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The Jewish Floridian ( March 31, 1950 )

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-. .-.• llie\wiislhJEIIiOipidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [OLUME 23-NUMBER 13 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 31. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS [ongressmea To jav<> Showdown In Arms to Israel [WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A L, U p pro-Israel Congressmen lill have a showdown with SecVary i: State Dean Acheson this L the question of arming |e Mid East. %  About 15 members of the House fill atti the showdown meetL T ill ask for an explaniion of the State Department's fends-' :: policy on the rearming Arab countries. The department has consistently declared he shipm< nt of arms—reportedly Icluding jet planes, tanks and feavy artillery—is not a threat peaci in the Middle East. I The lawmakers are expected to emanil a final decision on Ihether the United States will feleasi .' i export to Israel a long st of war materials requested fcveral weeks ago by Israel Amassador Eliahu Elath. The denent has said the list is still Inder study, by diplomatic and Dilitary officials. itli Session Of \ Human Rights Jroup Opens .LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The pth session of the United Nations lommission on Human Rights Ipenecl here under the chairmannip of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. oviet delegate Semyon K. fsarapk;n walked out in protest the presence of the Chinese Rational.st representative. At its .nitial meeting, the Comnission voted unanimously to woceed at once to the drawing Up of an international covenant bn human rights whose binding egal obligation on the signatory ates would supplement the universal Declaration of Human lights already adopted by the J.N, Genera] Assembly. In addition to preparing the covenant, the Commission is faced at this session with the difficult I creating the machinery pr implementation of the instrument. Hi plies to a U.N. questionttaire have revealed a wide Variation in government views on this subject. Israel Reported lt<'<*eiving Radar 11 im America WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The •State Department has declined to %  comment on a report that the |U S. has granted Israel export %  licenses for the purchase here of equipment for air raid precautionary installations. It was {explained that this government |d.),s not make known the exact %  nature of munitions furnished to I Near Eastern states although it Idies not object if the recipient [desires to publish this information Ion its own. However, sources close to the IState Department consider it [Quite likely that radar equipment [may have been authorized for Israel because of its obvious defensive character. It was also Pointed out that Israel has a long coast line and that possible air raids from Egypt might be better fought if adequate warning is received Tribute To Laski LONDON, (JTA)—The Jewish Agency paid tribute this week to the late Harold Laski, who [mapped the ascendancy of the British Labor Party to power and w ho died here on Friday at the fge of 56. The Agency statement lamented the passing of "a staunch supporter of Zionism and a great friend of Jewish, labor." "'PROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM^ Appeal Extended Until April 15; 75% Of Goal Is Reached The 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal will be extended an additional'three weeks, it was decided at what was to have been the final report meeting of the campaign Sunday morning at Reid's Restaurant. More than 400 volunteers voted unanimously to carry on their efforts until April 15 to cover all outstanding prospect cards. At yesterday's meeting, they brought in 2,866 new pledges, totalling $56,451. This sum brings the present campaign figure to $1,101,632 or 75% of the goal of $1,481,146. Decision to prolong the campaign came after an impassioned appeal by Dan Ruskin, campaign chairman, saying that unless the drive was successful, 'our own tool agencies, no. less than the United Jewish Appeal, will be required to curtail their services." Summarizing the results of the campaign, Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, under whose auspices the drive is being conducted, said "There is a potential of more than $200,000 in the cards of prospects who subscribed to the Combined Jewish Appeal in 1949 but who have not yet been seen this year." Dr. George Josephthal director of the absorption department of the Jewish Agency, told the audience that "all Israel is interested in the outcome of the Greater Miami campaign for it is recognized that yours is one of the first drives in the United States this year in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal." Dr. Josephthal said that at least 80,000 Iraqui Jews must be moved into Israel between April and November of this year as a result of the recent decision of the Iraqui parliament to permit the Jews to leave Iraq. He specified that this privilege would be extended only until the end of 1850. Ke estimated that 80,000 of the 120,000 Jews in Iraq desire to leave. They will have to be transported by air, he pointed out, since the rail lines run through Syria and Lebanon, which do not permit free passage of Jews. The movement, reception and absorption of the Iraqui will cost $60,000,000, he stated. He stressed that this sum was required over and above the $200,000,000 which is the portion of the Jewish Agency's 1950 budget which must be met by the United Jewish Appeal. Reporting for the hotel unit, loseph Rose, chairman, brought in 36 new pledges for a total of $7,160, bringing the hotel pledges co-day to $178,317 or 60% of its quota. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 31, 1950 *Jeistnoridlton Misel Renamed Bureau President Max Meisel was reelected president of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami at a recent meeting of the group. Louis Heiman was named honorary president. Others elected to office were Dr David Andron, Joseph Duntov. David R. Isen, vice presidents; Mrs. Matilda Ratner, treasurer; Israel Shapoff, secretary. Elected to serve as, delegates^ at-large to the board of directors were Pincus Puchkoff, Abe Aronovitz. Sidney AronoyiVs, Joel Cohen ana Miss Malvina Weiss. Recital Patrons Listed Honorary patrons for the piano recital to be given by Florence Kutzen on Saturday, April 15, at the Miami Women's Club Auditorium, are Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Manna Zucca, Dr. and Mrs. David Andron, Ruth Brotman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chanton, Edward Clarke, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Edelman, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Fishbein, Bertha Foster, Dr. Adele Hampton, MT. and Mrs. Edward Mandell. Anyuta Meliqov, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Pick, Frances Sebel, Dr. and Mrs. J. Spirer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman and Dr. A. Wolfson. The recital will benefit the Haven School for the Mentally. Handicapped. Additional information about the musical event may be obtained from Miss Brotman at 58-0756. Aronovitz Heads Sholem Lodge Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami attorney, has been elected president of Sholem Lodge, the first B'nai B'rith lodge to be established in Miami. Born in Key West, Aronovitz attended the University of Fl>.-ida, where he attained high scholastic honors, culminating in his appointment to Phi Beta Kappa and Florida Blue Key. He was one of the first South Floridians to enter Berlin during the war and was appointed acting Chief of Military Government, Intelligence Section, for the United States Sector of Berlin. Aronovitz is active in the Dade County Bar Association and served as vice president of the Junior Bar Association. He resides at 2701 S.W. 4th Ave. with his wife, Elinore and children Elaine and Tod. Other officers are Jerome H. Weinkle, first vice president; David Stuzin, second vice president; Sanford Swerdlin, secretary; Edward S. Roth, treasurer; Bernard Newmark, financial scretaryj John Kronenfeld, momtor; Edward C. Newman, assistant monitor; Herbert Blume, warden; PAGE THREE Sidney Aronovitz Frank Jaffe, guardian. Trustees are Marvin Rauzin, Irving Saal, Alex Cohen, Sam Silver, William L. Pallot, Milton A. Friedman. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh Association, Participating Agency, .of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public: 1. Not to buy PASSOVER PRODUCTS unless you consult an orthodox, authentic Rabbi as to the veracity of the Rabbi who endorses the proauct; 2. That statements such as "Traditional S'dorim Conducted" do not verify that the place is kosher; 3. That hotels and restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not be kosher for Passover as well as for the whole year around; 4. That the insignia of the GMVH fl 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; 5. That chickens that do bear the ring with the insignia of the GMVH C G t,. U m tne 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 Kashrulh call our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky. 818 Michigan Ayenue. Telephone 5-3595. H. SOOTIN, Sec. S. LOBEL. Treat. Miss Coopersmith(To Take Office Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Other members of the court are Philip Smoley, royal patron; Mrs. Sophie Englander, assistant .matron; Bernard Sklarew, assistant patron. Grand Royal Matron Irene Frazier and Grand Royal Patron Clay Wilson will serve as installing officers. Miss D'ana Coopersmith will be crowned, royal matron of the Flamingo Court, Order of the Amaranth, pii Tuesday, April 4, at 9 p.m. in Whitman Hall, 403 In all the projects having to do with the expansion of the H1AS activities in Israel. HIAS will not only contriblue funds but will also actively engage in the administration of the required functions. HIAS during 1949 helped to receive 17,165 immigrant Jews into the United States. Of these 13,731 were DPs from Germany, Austria, and Italy, and the rest were quota immigrants from other countries. HARRY SIRKIN. Pre*. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pzes. y ABE CHI EL OF THE QUALITY KOSHER DE SOTO HOTEL AND HEALTH RESORT A Modern, Steamheated, Fireproof Hotel. All Rooms with Private Bath or Shower. Elevator and Telephone Service. Physiotherapy — massage — colonies — mineral baths and allied treatments. Special diets for those in need. A Friendly Hotel with Reasonable Rates: *M Per Week, Per Person. American Plan. SAFETY HARBOR, FLA. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 31. 1950 +Jmtotif h*$M O0i A _5 PAGE FIVE %  • 11 ...n GEORGE SMATHERS EXTENDS GREETINGS ON THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS As Americans we should always be mindful of the Passover Holidays. They are symbolic of the freedom the Jewish People attained in ancient times and the continued fight for freedom through the years. As Americans we must be vigilant and remain on the alert to protect and make secure our America — a nd the Freedom of which we are so justly proud.



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)AY. MARCH 31. 1950 Jen i $#; fk>r£SWEET fBUTTER HDS*? "llE/D PRIM OR. WHIPPED %  REFUSE SUBSTITUTES ,L y f^^hU Kpifc ix MIAMI IH:AI II mm %  i "A GOOD NAME la more to be treasured them richee." Proverbs GORDON FilNERAi -HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes. In your time, of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful. families G O R D O N 710 S.V12th A Phone 3 3431 o9-1436 JOS. L. PLTJMMER Funeral Director BEACH FOOD CENTER 1421 Washington Ave. BEACH POULTRY MARKET 429 Espanola Way BLACKSTONE MARKET 737 Washington Ave. CLOVER SUPER FOOD CENTER 1160 Normandy Drive COMMUNITY MARKET 453 41st St. DELICACY SHOP 1450 Washington Ave. DREXEL MARKET 1447 Washington Ave. EMPIRE MARKET 78 Collins Ave. FIFTH ST. MARKET 938 5th St. FOOD MART 7440 Collins Ave. HARRY'S MARKET 732 6th St. LEE-MAR APPETIZER 1434 Washington Ave. LUNDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Ave. : MARCUS GROCERY 1055 Washington Ave. MELODOFSKY MARKET 618 Collins Ave. MICHIGAN MARKET 531 Michigan Ave. NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424 Collins Ave. PENNWAY MARKET 1447 Pennsylvania Ave. RAPHIL'S DELICACY SHOP 524 41st St. ROYAL PALM DELICACY SHOP 503 41st St. SCHIFF'S DELICATESSEN 1600 Lenox Ave. THRIFTY SUPER MARKET 519 Washington Ave. WESTCHESTER MARKET 237 Collins Ave. WHITE ROSE MARKET 87 Washington Ave. ZION MARKET 1429 Washington Ave. IN MIAMI BRANSON FOOD STORE 1553 S.W. 3rd St. CORAL GATE GROCERY 1747 S.W. 32nd Ave. CY'S DELICATESSEN 5820 S.W. 8th St. CYROS DELICATESSEN 1727 Coral Way ESQUIRE DELICATESSEN 1362 S.W. 8th St. G. & S. BAKERY 1047 W. Flagler St. GLORIFIED DELICACIES 2133 Coral Way HARRY'S DELICATESSEN 3617 S.W. 8th St. MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1131 W. Flagler St. MURRAY'S DELICATESSEN 1551 S.W. 8th St. PEEPLES MARKET 2426 S.W. 27th Ave. S. & M. DELICATESSEN 812 S.W. 22na Ave. .. IN COCONUT GROVE JUDSON TANNER 3057 Grande Ave. I N IOIIAL GABLES TANNER & TANNER 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd. SEMINOLE MARKET l\ III \l I ill 434 E. 1st Avt. 1! ALSO. AT THE FOLLOWING SUPER MARKETS FOOD FAIR STORES. MARGARET ANN STORES TABLE SUPPLY TIP TOP GROCERY



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PAGE EIGHT +Je*lstncrMian ""PAY, MA Rgn, J Marilyn Goodman Is Suiwner Bridc-Elcct Mrs. Goldenberg Feted Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg of Miami Beach honored Mrs. Celia Goldenberg at a surprise party on the occasion of her, eightieth birthday Sunday night Among the 35 guests present were Mrs. Goldenberg's two daughters. Clara Goldenberg and Mrs. Goldie Feinberg. and two grandchildren. Nathaniel and! Herbert Feinberg, who are home I from college. Highlight of the evening was a \ conference long distance call with Mrs. Goldenberg's five sons. The ions, who live in Pennsylvania.. Ohio. Michigan and Indiana, were all on the same line. Mrs: Goldenberg has 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. .Marilyn Goodman The betrothal of Miss Marilyn Goodman to Stanley Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohen. Nashville. Tenn.. has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goodman. 6780 Harding Ave., Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami High School, the bride-elect attended Vanderbilt Univerity, where she belonged to Alpha Epsilon Phi ity. and is now a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Cohen is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. from which he will receive his master's degree in June. He is majoring in engineering and is a member of Alpha Epsiion Pi fraternity. Upon graduation he will join the technical staff of the May Hosier} Mills in Nashville. A summer wedding is being planned. Mark 25th AnniversaryMr. and Mrs. Joseph Horovitz and Rita and Melvin Schwartz were hosts at a surprise party on Saturday night in honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz. The Schwartzes came to Miami four and a half years ago from McKeesport. Pa., where Mr. Schwartz was engaged in the meat business. Dance Will Aid March Of Dimes The Greater Miami Restaurant Association will sponsor a dance and floor show at the Bay front auditorium on Saturday night, April 8. according to Ralph A. Stevens, executive vice president. A floor show featuring Clover Club entertainers, Rose Marie, the Vagabonds and Jan Murray. will be presented and Dave Tyler's orchestra will play for dancing. Rudy Chmelik will serve as emcee. All proceeds will go to the March of Dimes, earmarked for the polio ward in the Variety Children's Hospital. Tickets are available at all of the better restaurants in the area: all wholesale grocers, meat packers, dairies and equipment supply houses; and the Greater Miami Restaurant Supply office. 802 Pacific Building, phone 82-5054. Florine Schwartz, Robert James Freedm Exchange Vows, Rings At Temple Israel INTERIORS BY IDA AUGUST STI DIO 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 Dinner Aids Children Pioneer Women's Club No. Two of Miami Beach held a dinner last week for the benefit of the children of Israel. Mrs. Lena Mintzes and Mrs. Rose Marcus were in charge of arrangements for the affair. Assisting them were the Mesdames Molly Witner, Rose Astor, Phillip Smith. Shirley Tarr, Anna Goldberg, Etta Vollinsky, Ida Bookspan, Rose Pressman and Rose Atlas. Guest speaker was Mrs. Harry Faber. Others on the program, which was arranged by Mrs. Manya Shubow. were Mrs. Molly Kaufman. Mrs. Anna Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs. A. Dorff. Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan led community singing. —rilklngton Rita Platt Rita Platt Betrothed To A. Melvin Morris Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt. 4519 S.W. 16th St.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Rita, to A. Melvin Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy M. Morris, 2645 S.W. 34th Ct. Miss Platt attended schools in New York and has been residing in Miami for two years. She is a member of the Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women. Her fiance is a graduate of Miami Schools and the University of Miami. He is commander of the Coral Gables Post of the Jewish War Veterans and is a member of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and the Air Force reserve. %. u rdine's LUXSOMOR COTTON PIQUE NEW. RICH TEXTURE EASTER-EGG PASTELS $1.98 1 yard Burdine's brings you pique with new character in a unique woven pattern called "Luxsomor." The crisp texture and feel will inspire you to sew your own Easter-andon fashions play-clothes, day time and after five dresses, small tots' wear. Permanent finished so the lovely pattern will not iron out. Colorfast and pre-shrunk to keep its sparkling, fresh newness. White, pink, blue, maize, peach and orchid. 35 inches wide. # Burdine's Fabric Center, Second Floor .Suss Is Youth Council Loader Ed Suss was elected president of the Miami Jewich Community Center Youth Council at a meeting of the group Monday night. He succeeds Howard Fisher. Other new officers include George Schwartz, vice president; Dottie Singer, corresponding secretary; Sue Nelson, recording secretary; Art Fleisher. treasurer. The council is a teen-age governing body composed of two representatives from each of the teen-age clubs in the community. Monday night's meeting was followed by a party given by Maurice Grossman, executive director of the center, for the cast, production staff and arrange. ments committees of the varietyshow presented by the teen age groups recently. 300 Attend Model Seder Approximately 300 boys and girls, including 50 guests from the First Methodist Church of Coral Gables, attended the first annual model Seder at the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sundaymorning. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Cantor Joseph W. Malek, Mrs. Helen Gerstenfeld and members of the daily Hebrew school and Sunday religious school participated and explained the symbolism of Passover. Mrs. Ralph Bargteil and her committee arranged a special Passover luncheonette. Joseph Koven took movies of the proceedings and a priz was presented to Dennis Silver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver, who found the Aphikoman. Leonard Glazer chanted the Kiddush, Barry and Leslie Halpert asked the Four Questions, and Stanley Blumin and Danny Glosser read the Ten Plagues, while Gail Richman and Shirah Skop blessed the candles. Temple Israel provided the setting for the wedding of Florine Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schwartz, 2147 S.W. 7th St.. to Robert James Freedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Freedman, King Cole Hotel, Miami Beach. The couple exchanged vows and rings before Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on Sunday at 3 p.m. The bride wore a gown of slipper satin fashioned with sweetheart neckline and long tapering sleeves, both edged with lace and seed pearls, fitted bodice and a full skirt caught in front with satin rosettes. Her lace-trimmed veil was secured by a satin headpiece and she carried a white bible topped with white orchids. Mrs. Joseph Reisman, matron of honor for her sister, wore a gown of apple green marquisette and carried pink roses. Bridesmatrons Mrs. Richard Bell, Mrs. Seymour Evans, Mrs. Jack Sharloe and Junior Bridesmaid Patsy Reisman were attired in pastel gowns and carried roses. Linda and Arlene Cohen served as flower girls and Bobby Cohen was ring bearer. Best man for his brother-inlaw was Jack Sharloe. Seating guests were Joseph Reisman, Edwin Peretzman, Sidney Schwartz. Herbert Schwartz was junior usher. Following the service, a reception was held in Kaplan Hall. The bride's mother greeted guests in a gown of aqua lace, while the elder Mrs. Freedman was attired in bronze taffeta. Both wore orchids. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. Evans, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Ornston, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. I. Barchoff of Atlanta. After a honeymoon in Cuba, the newlyweds will reside at 1560 West Ave., Miami Beach. For traveling, the former Miss Schwartz wore a navy suit with lavender accessories. A graduate of Miami High School, Mrs. Freedman served as A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI, FLORIDA North Dade Group To Hold Party April 15 The membership drive now being conducted by the North Dade Jewish Center will culminate in a party to be given on Saturday, April 15, at 8:15 p.m. at the center, 13630 West Dixie Highway. The center is seeking to secure as members all unaffiliated Jewish families in the Little River, Miami Shores. Biscayne Park and North Miami area. Membership chairman is Mrs. I. Miller. Additional information about the drive may be obtained by writing her at P. O. Box 413, North Miami, or calling 78-8634. —Stephen McXultj i Mrs. Robert J. Freedman ; president of Tau Alpha OmepJ sorority and is a member of B'MH B'rith Girls. Mr. Freedman is employed b the Saxony Hotel and is a member of the International Stewanb and Caterers Association. 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)AY, MABCH 31, 1950 erson a My Speaking... Mrs. I. Shienfeld and son, Paul, of Boston, Mass., are Lending a month in Miami Beach, where they are visiting (heir son and brother, Elliot. !" ^Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251 S.W. 7th St., recently returned from Richmond, Va., where she attended the funeral of her lister, Mrs. Sarah Green Sharove. Mrs. Sharove, who was well n own in 'his area, was an active communal worker in her tome city. • %  • %  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross of Jackson Heights, Long Island, -. Y., are vacationing at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach, for Weral months. Mr. Ross is recuperating after a long illness, buring their stay, the Rosses are being entertained by Mr. and Mrs Robert Sounders of Miami. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Saluk, 501 S.W. 65th Ave., flew to New fork to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. They are [uests at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. While there, Mr. Saluk, jrho is manager of Barnett's, is attending the national furniture onvention. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Silver, 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami _ach, directors of Camp Osceola for Boys and Girls, are .ntertaining Mr. Silver's brother and sister-in-law, Mr.' and ilrs. Charles Silver of Pittsburgh, Pa., who have been attending \ convention in Boca Raton. The visitors will spend the Passover lolidays at the Traymore Hotel in Miami Beach. Barry M. Tuman celebrated his eiqhth birthday at a gatherkg of friends at the Delmonico Hotel on March 29. Barry has uen spending the season at the Delmonico with his parents !r. and Mrs. Philip Tuman, 198 Trenor Drive, New RocheUe', Prominent residents of Atlantic City, N. J., who are spending mid-season vacation together at the Delmonico Hotel are rlr. and Mrs. William Rosen, with Mrs. Rosen's sister, Mrs Annie Katz, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neustadter. They were bined for the Passover holidays by friends from Manhattan Bose Saldinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Perlman. Arrivinq Ihortly will be the Perlmans' son, Sidney, Manhattan attorney \ celebrate the holidays with his parents in Miami Beach. •* Returning to Hendersonville, N. C, are Mr. and Mrs. Sid ewis, owners and operators of Duncraggan Inn there The ewises are leaving to oversee preparations for the openinq I the hotel on June 1. They plan to make numerous improvements before the summer season. ~* Judah and Boris Rackovsky are visiting their parents. Rabbi Ind Mrs Joseph E. Rackovsky, of Miami Beach. Both boys p graduates of Yeshiva College and are seniors at Rabbi Mac Elchanon Theological Seminary, the rabbinical school of reshiva University. Miss Barbara Shevach, of Valley Stream, Long Island, N. Y., wll spend her spring vacation with her uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach of Miami Beach. She will return home pith her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shevach of Brooklyn, |ii., who have been annual winter visitors since 1940. Ac wf' !da P ,ner has as her housequests her daughter, Mrs. pan bimpson, of New York City, and her son and daughterCmH MV !" ^ 8 PhU Ptner. and their son, Jimmy, of Long E N Y The visitors will remain until after Passover. •Jewlstifhridlafr PAGE NINE I A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC, INC. T>NOW IN OUR NEW HOME 665 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 9-4576 THE GARDEN -ON THE TRAIL"35 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN H1NES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— "Pen From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE — MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA With DIGNITY and RESPECT Miami Beach and Miami's Finest Jewish Funeral Home Ambulance Service* ntiemeual CAaptl IRVING BLASBERG LEONARD A. LEVINE 5-SS44 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH A. L. Simnon Funeral Director —Ardmore Mrs. Louif Marcus of Miami Beach hat been cited for work during the Jewish National Fund tag day on February 26 by Leon J. E1L chairman of the JNF Council of Greater Miami. Mrs. Marcus single-handedly collected a total of $1,220 in small donalions. Others who came in for praise were Leonard Glasser, tag day chairman; Abraham Schafer. Mrs. Rose Lustig, Mrs. M. Seeman, Mrs. Leo J. Goldman, Mrs. Hattie Siegel, Mrs. Ida* Bookspan, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Mrs. Molly Witner. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Smith, Mrs. Rose Esther. Mrs. Pearl Gratz. Mrs. S. Cutler, Mrs. Celia Rubin and Mrs. J. Levine. ISADORE ARONOVITZ Owner of Beach Toggery, 6606 Collins Avenue, and Dean of Miami Beach merchants, says: "I've travelled often during the many years I've lived here and always through FARR TOURS. Their service has been consistently fine—never a 'let down' in all that time." FA1IIC 'A Reliable Name in Travel' Sheldon Kanzer To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kanzer, 3520 S.W. 1st Ave., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Sheldon, to be held on Saturday, April 1, at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. A student at Shenandoah Jr. High, the young man is treasurer ad color guard of Boy Scout Troop 85, which is affiliated wi*.h the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Kiddush will follow the ceremony and relatives and friends are invited to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Kanzer will be hosts at a reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah on Sunday, April 9, at 8 p.m. at the Robert Richter Hotel. Service Dedicated To Adult Education Friday night's service at Temple Beth Sholom will be dedicated to adult education. At that time Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach on "You're Never Too Old to Learn." Certificates will be presented to those who have attended the Workshop for Jewish Living series sponsored by the temple. iSLim Planning a summer wedding is Miss Dorothy Rader, whose engagement to Irwin Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Steinberg of Brooklyn, has been told by her mother, Mrs. Joseph Rader. 1667 Washington Aye.. 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Lav MARCH 31, 1950 +Jmistl fhviHto*n PAGE ELEVEN ,n Stones To Inserted In W Svnaggues IRT'SALEM (ISD—The tradlal custom of inserting stones Mount Zion in new synales in Isi ael and abroad was Led "i Tel Aviv this week. |r many pious persons, Mount has become Israel's major gince the Arabs do not tit access to the Wailing Wall fee Old City. Nearly 1.000 bns are visiting Mount Zion and preparation* are now made to receive 30.000 to I during the coming Passover lav Psalm music festivals are %  hold on the Mount twice iv. during the intermediate [of Passover and the Feast lbernacles. |is a! Mount Zion that Israel prializes the disaster that look European Jewry. With jdvent of Purim, a collection broils of the Book of Esther, led from the destroyed JewEommunities of Europe, was \n exhibit. A special room has dedicated by the Jewish ^iunity of Tunis in memory of Israel-bound Jewish chilwho lost their lives flying North Africa to Norway November. bnes from Mount Zion are to presented to representatives foung Israel at Passover for hion with the foundation Is in a synagogue in New fesover month programs on ht Zion began this week in %  Temple Watch above King Id's Tomb. Traditional cele%  ons are held each year dur|he month of Nissan. March 30 special services park the anniversary of the ^ng in the Warsaw Ghetto i began on the eve of PassAS. >hich for many years had an office in Tel Aviv, recently enlarged this office b.aced it under the direction Ivid WLttheim, an American ZZZ. HDOA ROOFING AND !" ET METAL WORKS llll aw 7n' r,p lr, < now; you iav on %  new roof lat*r "8iti.factory Work by Experienced Man" 4,4 Utnur* Obituaries SOLOMON WIGDOR 79, of :i34 i:u-lld Ave., a rewidi nt tor the paxl l.'p years, passed awav '>>' % % %  •( i m :, local hospital. He lemvea his tona, Dr. Harry WIRIIOIand Jacob Wlador. The rematnt were Kent to New York r. .1services and Interment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Una,! DOROTHY FRIEDBERG •'., of MOO coiiinAve.. paaaed away this week in a local hospital. She leaves her husband Louis, two sons. .1". and Sidney, and a daughter, Uargle, The remains were sent to New Brunswick, N. .1 tor Becvli,-.and interment by Beach .Memorial Chanel, 1X50 Alton Road. Package Party Slated The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah will hold a special Chol-Hamoed package party on Wednesday, April 5 at 8 p.m., according to Mrs. Rachel Katz, president. Mrs. Katz announces that all refreshments will strictly adhere to Passover Kashruth. JACOB BERSON 60, of ? Jeffer* >n Ave. passed awav In a local hospital this week. He leaves bis Wife Anna, and two S'IIIS. Saul and I 'avid. The ivm. ;: s were sent to Newark, N. .1. for servlci %  and Interment bj the Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. BESSIE KUPLOSKY 18, of i i"L' Drexel Ave., passed away this week in a local hospital. She leaves her husband, I.ouis. The remains weir sen) to Brooklyn, x v.. to* services and interment by the Beach Memorial Chapel, 1X60 Drexel Forty-ihree thousand garments for children have been made from textiles sent by the American Red Cross Chapter of Brooklyn, N. Y„ to Magen David Adorn, Israel welfare agency. The garments were made by various groups under the direction of Magen David Adorn and have been distributed to needy immigrant children arriving in Israel. In the photo are immigrant children being outfitted with the garments made from textiles sent by the Brooklyn Chapter. The Dade County Chapter of the Red Cross is currently conducting a campaign for $271,084. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 007 Blscayne Bldg. 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NEW YORK (ISI) — Establishment of a rubber manufacturing company in the State of Israel to produce tires, tubes and allied products was announced this week by Arthur Lourie, Consul General of Israel, and Cyril F. O'ftJeil, vice president in charge of foreign operations of the General Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. The new company, which will be known as the General Tire & Rubber Company of Israel, will have an approximate capitalization of $2,000,000. Authorization for its formation came recently from David Horowitz. DirectorGeneral of the Israel Ministry of Finance. "Plans for General's operations in Israel are similar to our successful operations in Chile, Venezuela, Portugal, South Africa, Mexico and Canada," Mr. ONeil pointed out. "Our operations in these countries where we are minoritystockholders but supply the plant management, technical 'know how,' formulas and processes, have been excellent." he explained "The capital for this new company will be supplied by American and Israel investors." Mr. Lourie welcomed the decision of General Tire to enter Israel's economy "as new and gratifying evidence of the interest [ of American investors in Israel's development. "We need American 'know how' and modern technical methods to start and speed the wheels of our industrial plant so that we may be able to give productive work to the many thousands of immigrants who are making their home in Israel. This will also help us to rectify our adverse trade bal| ance," he said. Construction of the new plant will begin in the near future, as soon as details of incorporation have been completed. The site will be in Jhe vicinity of Haifa and the plant itself will be one of the most modern tire and tube plants outside of the United States—and the only tire and tube plant in the Middle East. The actual plant facilities will cover approximately 90,000 square feet, similar to General's other foreign affiliates. When completed, the plant will be a single-floor operation capable of producting between 80.000 and 100,000 tires and tubes annually Initially the plant wili employ some 300 persons. Arnerican-made equipment vill be shipped to the new plant site late this year in time for production to begin early in 1951. Israel's Minister of Finance. Eliezer Kaplan, confirmed the authorization for the formation of the company in a letter to Mr. O'Neil. He said: "The Israel company (The General Tire & Rubber Company of Israel) shall, in order to enjoy the benefits under the proposed 'Law for Promoting Investments in Israel,' be classified as an 'Approved Investment'." 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^v MARCH 31, 1950 +Jewish tlnrklP** PAGE THIRTEEN ta.331 Arrived IsraH In 1949 If., AVIV (ISD-The governTt has rcchecked its figures on Lenomc nal growth of Israel's ilation n 1949 and announced wee k that 239.331 newcomers ed in the year—more than persons every day. at was more than double the re for 19-18. when immigration ;. m ted tu 118.993. In the first Months of this year, 21,299 igrants came into the country, ojng total immigration since ktate was established on May 948 up %  • %  March 1, 1950, to figure of -;ti2.449 ring the early part of 1949, immigrants came from Poalthough substantial numarrived from Turkey, North a and the Balkans. Towards end of the year, the largest her i ited from the |ith everj boatload of new \a\s, Israel's people must conto make new and heavy lii'uv.-;a their limited and sh( Itei with the new |ers. Yel great majority Israelis, despite the severity (usteriiv regulations, are opto restricting the flow of ligration. Jiis was disclosed in a public linn poll which asked 2,000 plis. representing a cross-secof the entire country, Ither they thought immigrashoulri be restricted, tree out if every four people Irered no. Agricultural setleItsoffeiid the heartiest welle to the new immigrants. In II areas, i nly 19 percent opId the present open-door ley. In Ti I Aviv and Jeru22 percentwere against fcstricttd immigration and in la, 29 pi rcent kople who have been in the htry longest—over 20 years— pnore strongly in favor of the 1 door than the newcomers Iiselves. fomen 'ere slightly more cal of unrestricted immigra71 per. %  nt opposed destric71 percent opposed restricagains: restricted immigra—Munis Tiros. At a recent luncheon at the Shore Club Hotel a $1,000 scholarship check was presented by Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Conference of Jewish Women Orgnizations of Dad* County, to Mrs. Nathniel Levin, representing the Haven School for the Mentally Handicapped. Medical Essay Contest Open To Dade Students Dade County junior and senioi high school students have been invited to compete in a' medical essay contest for county, state and national awards, Dade County Medical Association announced Wednesday. Students in the 19 white and four Negro public schools and six parochial schools in the county may submit essays dn the subject, "Why the Private Practice of Medicine Furnishes This Country With the Finest Medical Care." Essays, limited to 1,500 words, will be judged on a basis of knowledge and grasp of the sub ject and must be submitted to the Dade County Medical Association. 603 Dade Commonwealth Build ing, by April 15. Three prize winning essays from the county will be entered in the Florida Medical Associa tion competition by May 1 and 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. the three state winners will be submitted to the Association of: American Physician and StMr* geons by May 15. *f Prizes of $75, $35 and $25 will be awarded by the county medical group. The Florida Medical Association will make awards of $100, $50 and $25, and six national prizes will range from $25 to $1,000. possible. Prince Says HTOSALEM USD — Jerup will never be internationalPrince Taial of Jordan was this wei k at Latrun where Visited the Hashernite Brigade, Ning to the Ramallah Arabic lo. Deadline Set For Queen Entries All groups who wish to enter a contestant for the title of May Queen of Greater Miami, to be chosen at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center May dance on May 7 at the Shore Club Hotel, must turn in their entries by the first week of April, Mrs. Ben Clein, chairman, has announced. 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I PAGE FOURTEEN FRIDAY, MARru ?] %  w; Rabbinical Council Urges Preservation Of Freedom In Passover Message ; .-.: .* %  .%  7 -------rtui.: • -V* ~ = 1 ^* i .--*•*=*— ?— % %  %  MI or-._-.-.\ -;•-%  -;-*--" ASM; "-" rrvse.-.; :.. %  _: sptn". %  --~ •>•"*%  %  '••*—** %  -"i -i=fey iivx-;-i :.= :,_5< :: :="IrSKfi ia a* C-S Jfc --CAJ l|l a _^: pera pofifc" 2 -rn-.i i-v --tiii;-: bte aab _:-*.v^:>; =-; AK Ra Cr ;il : --^ %  isK r : "? *!*•* ii. Millar Jaias V Staff :.: i HxaMaaca .: ecoNegro Woman Runs For 13th Town Organized Dade School Board Tjr^ TIL AVIV '!SI— B'nai 3rak .-£ Dr. GtMia : j M irteenah town U Wk when -, council aie: *-,••' """a] The Tel Aviv lu--* iourb has %  budget of ILJOOJMM). Irrr^ 00 JPH99 and M -.—oi A A M tf T ali• r-e* %  '-* S-- Vt.xaer sad tat •e.-wi JS i S^i*j *:aeei wt' %  Her aai s %  ** ssadesi *: \f-< Lew- c^s iserrtc ^r*i> ;* use Njfr:ici>jCs _z -; Seefe & -^f r?K -_; %  =>*vs< i—iec a Nacrc r^ceseaiiijki re '-=*. BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL iiii T _"._-= -Tat aecr-i •• *-' —. _^ %  rwir I 1 as r^= ;: %  %  i— : : %  <--.r .-_-: t"*ed a : -:~ f Party %  r^rv^ma. Betb C and aa 11hn %  are r' c ^**T ::r i package P*^J ~ = s*id ai .\^-^L-i Pa.5* i ri 'a %  : Tbt Sor %  : ; ; ;s" EA?§ ?ASSCT=S rr AH MES-CHAXTS EGCCO. w"lllatf&LJf Mai T a M 3*Asrf sxracAM iat ft** ::: TTTZSE rLASST CAL. HCCH IEWM A %  S re: y -, be A !T ^"S^S 7T? A EA??T 3^LZTA: W.C LANTAFF WI>Z %  c n Sure —*"s;i ^ui^ EVEBT SUBDAT -^•JI xamT %  n %  -m a. ETEST TCESDAT eat a • -a w Ajr rc:_x irrscT ?^inr> S-4iai Vrrnrai^ M-r.m K*=s Ptaaa MBB SEA rCCC STEAKS AXT CS CHICK I3T\ S?ECLA: A SArCA. ? AS ras^ES :. s. r-= AI "T^ZTS r:a ~^z :':=.vzr •ssz a.^" BBS MAH1ZT TTW SESTACXA.XT nMAA a w _at i. MHg CMtmOo —rr~ 3 ai'-.-w ? i S O V £ 1 4M0HD TRUCK AOTJCtAT. GREETINGS AW COMFAXY FOB REFRIGERATION SERVICE CALL r2TM 1S2S S.W. Fkaqiar Tamice GREETINGS TO Alt ACHE SEPTIC TANK CO. TASKS CLEANED DRAW LINE REPAIRS Ota SfMcassy] avisis 5500N.W. 57* GREETINGS ALL FLOWOA SURETY COHPM aa atSCATKE KJSiaat. MUM SJL FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO, INC. 1827 Poroy Ave. — Phone 58-4325 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA SINCERE REST WISHES TO GOT MANY MERCAMT11 KAT10HAL BANK NUN! IIAC1 rLORlD*



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)AY, MARCH 31, 1950 irael Farmers ,'o 4,H Loans URUSALEM (ISD—Loans of [312.000 t farmers who suf1312.000 led from this years unprewcre approved by of the Hented frost Finance Committee lesset this week But despite adverse winter But ae.spuc M t .o t .......... father, 400 more tons of vegetaC -.vere placed on the market srael this February than were %  keted last year during the nth. The total last month sion he mo 3.160 tons. four-year plan for the exof fruit tree plantations D een drafted by Israel's strv of Agriculture. Grapeps. fruits, olives, sub-tropical £ts and citrus will be planted 157.000 dunams of land. four hundred thousand trees been planted over an area Jl.000 dunams by the Ministry (Agriculture in the past few Vths. Two million plants were r touted by government Jseries. fifteen hundred Israel farmers attend a convocation of Irate agriculturalists during feover. Seniors Plan rial Activities [embers of the senior class of Lear School are busy making is for pre-graduation activi|..o£ item on the agenda is a he trip to one of the Bahama nds, to be followed by a Jcheon the middle of April. In the class will prepare for limencement exercises which p be on the theme, "Internalal Cooperation." Vently elected officers of the ior class are Sheldon Miller. Kident. and Barbara Greenti. secretary-treasurer. Officers 1 yearbook are Miss Greeneditor: Myrna Myers, editor: Hernice Goldberg tee Feldman and Hilary Rott. prters. Pepper Extends Passover Wishes Senator Claude Pepper, touring south and central Florida on hi! energetic re-nomination cam! paign, issued a statement this friend- 1Shing u my many Jewish friends a very happy Passover." Florida s senior senator, who had originally had a Miami radio address scheduled for this SaturH£ r ef Tv! ed *, hat "* changed the date to Thursday, March 30, instead as soon as I learend that firstle^er!" ** eVening f the Senator Pepper's thursday night speech will be delivered at 8 30 P u m ,'. "J, t he Ba y fr ont Park Bandshell, Biscayne Blvd. and Flagler St. In case of rain, it will be held instead ms.de Bayfront Park Auditorium, near 5th St ih^nS P o Iot vice chairman of mft£ ade C V n i y Pe PP er Com£1^' • r ,? v l aled that "^e ad re wil be a down-to-earth hard-hitting discussion of al major campaign issues" The Senator, Pallor." declared, will answer all questions posed hi M a d,en J e as he did during his March 2nd rally Senator Claude Pepper declared L"„l. Eff? r adl s Peech Thursday night that "prosperity, progress, and an honorable and lasting peace can be attained only "by s ; n ^ n e t o Washington men whb really believe in the Rosevelt program and are willing to stand up and fight for it." *JeistFk>rMfr>n Zionist Youth Unit To Meet nHOX, mo "^hly meeting of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission will be held Wednesday, April 5, at 8:15 p.m. at ^ mple A eth Shalom, it was anBBSr* MrS A M Mamlet The report of the nominating committee will be given and elec? tion of officers will follow. Movies hLid 1 y Un8 Judaea conclave held last month will also be PAGE FIFTEEN \k^CwmQm\ikfcl lany immigrants in Israel, Ir being fortunate enough to pre housing, often find themwithout the barest houseI furniture. HIAS has in conIplalion the establishment of IndI ior loans, without interest, fnoy thpse necessities mav be and Mrs. Moritz Drucker and Family I "The Original Drucker" [W.sh All Their Relatives and Friends i HAPPY PASSOVER V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. N -W. 21st SI. Ph 3-8795 Industries Set Up T n EL AVI V (ISI-Industrial enterprises are to be established in kibbutzim by Kibbutz Hameuchad with a number of neighboring settlements jointly owning the businesses. So far $400,000 has been allocated for the import of industrial machinery. PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL SMITH'S RELIABLE SERVICE "BE SURE WITH PURE" Washing Polishing • Greasing Auto Repairs 3866 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 83-9177 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ROGERS Brake Serviee Brake Service Wheel Alignment 3200 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 2-9579 IkftjttSje PASSOVER GREETINGS • I &f ON GROSSINGER LAKE FEHNDALE, N. Y. IN MIAMI BEACH THE GROSSINGERPANCOAST ON THE OCEAN AT 29th ST. IfcBjtffofc 4 FUU OUNCES... 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InirnAY. MARCH 31, 1950 fJewisti TtcrMian PAGE SEVENTEEN Survey Of Anti-Semitic Forces In U. S. Will Be Made Public on April 10 .-A Measure of Freedom," the'„^,ht was announced this week by New York Supreme rourt Justice Meier Stembrink, th,. lea-uts national chairman. *Vffi by Arnold Forster, ADL'S chief counsel and director of civil rights, the survey will appear in book form on the same date It was also announced that a S 000-word condensation of the ^ ok c by Forster will be featured In the April 11 issue of Look Magazine. The latest in the now-famous se-ies „• national auditsprepared bv the Anti-Defamation League, the survey has already aroused widespread interest and enthusiastic acclaim from those who have see n the advance copies. Walter Wine-hell in a recent column and on the air has hailed the book as "documented dynamite." Organized bigotry in postwar America .-till reaches proportions of big business, the book reveals. The fifty-seven hate groups currentlv engaged in anti-Semitic activity -and the 49 regularly ISnt.-Semitic newspapers and periodicals—are described and evaluated to give the reader a true understanding of their impact on the American scene. In a chapter devoted to "Patrons of Patriotism," the survey undertakes a surgical analysis of five 1> iders of professional patriotism, It reveals motives, uncovers the facts about finances, supporters and details propaganda techniques of the "Unholy Five"—Gerald L. K. Smith. Merwin K. Hart, Joseph P. Kamp. Upton Close and Allen Zoll. Their combined incomes in 1949 approached a half million dollars, the study shows. The. second phase of "A Measure of Freedom" reports on the extent of bias and discrimination toward Jews—and other minorities—in the economic, political and social life of America. The fate of Jews in such areas as employment and housing is discussed in a chapter devoted to legislation enacted during 1949. Discrimination in education is the subject of a lengthy, heavilyresearched presentation for which the league sought out the facts from every liberal arts college in the United States. One of ADL's major current campaigns is its "Crack the Quota" drive to eliminate discrimination in the admission of students to colleges and universities. In a special research poll investigating the social attitudes of college students, the league made some interesting discoveries which are described in the book. For one thing, college students are much less prejudiced than the general American population—although college graduates many years advanced from the campus are more biased than their noncollegiate fellows! For another, college life has little effect in reducing the incidence of prejudice among undergraduates, a serious indictment of America's system of higher education, the evidence was that college seniors soon to be graduated were no more lioeral in their altitude than freshmen just arrived at college. The book contains similar reports of scientific research, including an overall review of the score of tests, polls and research investigations made on the subject of anti-Semitism during the decade of 1940-49. Another chapter offers a novel inquiry of discrimination in sports. Much damaging evidence is presented to | point* up the bias that exists in athletic clubs. Contest Steering Committee Named, Louis Snetman Chosen Chairman Winners of the contest last year were Mrs. Vladimir Virrick and the late Rabbi Colman Zwitman. A steering committee to direct the Outstanding Citizen Awards was named at the first organizational meeting last week. Louis Snetman of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, was named permanent chairman to head a committee consisting of F. M. Kline, Boys' Club of Miami; W. D. Hilsabeck, Tropical Audubon Society; Harry Jackson. Junior Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Harry H. Queen, Jewish National Fund; i Joseph A. Rayvis, Sholem Lodge, David Liebman, Central Beach PTA; Art Calvert, American Legion; and Charles R. Jacobson, executive director, B'nai B'rith Council. "These annual awards are based on the candidates' civic achievement in Dade County in 1949," declared Snetman. "The project is not a popularity contest, but is intended to demonstrate recognition by the community of the unusual civic and social activity on the part of a man and woman during the past year." Any resident of Dade County is eligible for nomination and candidates may be named by any individual or organization. Nomination may be made either in a simple letter listing the specific achievements of the candidate or by the use of the entry forms .to be issued shortly to all civic, service and various clubs in Dade County. Only one letter is required to nominate. Additional letters are unnecessary and will have no bearing on the final selection by the judge's panel. All letters of nomination should be addressed to Louis Snetman, chairman, Outstanding Citizen Awards, 330 Seybold Building. The outstanding man and woman chosen will receive awards at a city-wide rally in Bayfront Park at the end of May. Mrs. Virrick was selected for her "outstanding work and leadership in the Coconut Grove slum clearance program" and Rabbi Zwitman was chosen for his "widespread cooperation in promoting interfaith programs in this area." Second organizational meeting has been called for Wednesday, April 5, at 8 p.m. in room 330 Seybold Bldg. All organizations and clubs are invited to send representatives. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN *kistncrM#r FRIDAY, MARCH ,, PASSOVER IN ART Bv SAMUEL PASNER (EDITOR'S NOTE: The writer of this article, a noted educator, is a frequent contributor to the Anglo-Jewish press.) One of the many buildings well worth seeing in the city of New York is the Jewish Museum, sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary. In the three years that the museum has been open to the public, thousands of visitors have been drawn to its doors, with Jewish art as the chief source of attraction. A permanent exhibit of this structure in the heart of Fifth Avenue relates to Passover. The Haggadah's exhibited in the Jewish Mupeum are fine works of art. The earliest of them reminds us of fifteenthcentury Spain when Jews were forced to celebrate their Passover festival with caution and in secrecy. That Haggadah was written and beautifully illuminated in those days and has come into the possession of the Jewish Museum through the beneficence of the late Mortimer L. Schiff. As the use of printing became more widespread, the art of pen and brush began to have a rival in the art of printing with woodcuts. Evidence of such art is seen in a beautifully illuminated Haggadah which was produced in Prague in 1525 and in another of Mantua in 1561. One beautifully illuminated Hagaddah was modelled upon that of Amsterdam in 1695 but printed with engravings in Vienna in 1813. Another beautifully illuminated Haggadah brings us closer to our times as we see on it the date of 1880 in Italy. Finally, we realize that the art of our ancestors is not lost to the Jews today when we note the kable talent shown in the i of an Hagaddah recently in Israi I ~ • % %  re prominently lisplayed There the tall and stal Iver kiddish cup I 'othei tups ar. I ed Smaller in i worthy of being nsidered is the silver seder cup used a' the mid lie I the eighl nt ntury and bearing Hebrew iption an%  %  phecy oi takiny lavi • .v %  oming -• • • time •• %  : A Tipti n Th • sk "• in Germany is r< vealed in a Berlin seder cup % %  %  '•• • -ntury. ... the it •song .nSilvei is ... f Jews of LM %  • f the nine! A %  V : F %  • into oi nee of • he i In the same century. Jews in Bohemia made out of cut glass another cup for Elijah and decorated it with the view of a family at a seder. Approximately at the same time, a cup for this purpose was made out of pewter in Germany. In the nineteenth century French Jews, in Paris, made such a cup out of silver and inscribed it with suitable words. Pewter was used extensively by Jews for ornate seder or Passover plates. That—as we further observe in the Jewish Museum— was especially so in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. With this object in view, faience was used in Italy, as early as 1614.' and in Liverpool in 1788. The decorations vary greatly: a seven, branch menorah. views of symbolic food. Biblical scenes and Hebrew quotations. The haroseth and bitter herb' dishes on display are particularly attractive. One of them was made in Germany out of silver. It re| veals a wheelbarrow driven by a I farmer in recollection of the days of slave labor in Egypt. The wheelbarrow is divided into two parts: one for haroseth and another for bitter herbs. Many Passover dishes of silver are alsc shown with inscriptions indicating the hard labor to which the Israelites were condemned in Egypt, These dishes were placed on tables where the three matzoths. known as Cohen. Levi Eddie I a ii I or Has Mew Protege Eddie Cantor has had many a protege—Dinah Shore. Deanna Durbin. Bobby Breen, Margaret Whiting—but probably none discovered quite so dramatically as his newest find. 20-year-old Eddie Fisher. Cantor noticed the young baritone on the Labor Day week-end bill at Grossinger's. where the 'great showman-humanitarian was headlining a Youth AliyahHadassah Benefit. Cantor listened to the dark, curly-haired youngster's rendition of two popular ballads, and then dramatically interrupted after a third song. | "Israel." had inspired him a I well as the audience. I On the spot, on-stage, he offered Eddie a spot in the touring Cantor troupe. Fisher made good, and did so well that Cantor kept him with him on a three-month tour, resigned him for his current junket, and even took him to Victor Records. The Victor people took one look and one listen—and the result is the release of Eddie Fisher's first two records ("My Bolero"—"Foolish Tears" and "Sorry" — "Yesterday's Roses") recently. The curly-haired crooner's next two records were released shortly after the January 16 recording date. Cantor's find is a full-fledged successor to the Misses Durbin. Shore. 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pmAV. MARCH 31. 1950 Jewish Communities Enlist Broader Leadership To Plan Campaign Budgets NEW YORK, OTA)—Against the backdrop of a changing fund-raising framework, Jewish communities throughout the United States are enlisting more widespread leadership in current efforts to develop "realistic" pre-campaign budgets, the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds reported this week. atiani PAGE TWENTY-ONE B'nai B'rith Forms Past President's Club The report said that the major focus of negotiations now in progress throughout the country is on the position of the United Jewish Appeal in the 1950 campaign. A preliminary survey by the Council indicates that while it is not possible to trace a nationwide pattern of allocations en the basis of present community experience, several clear-cut problems have emerged as the dominant factors in community pre campaign consideration*. These include the question or priorities, variation of percentages based on different levels of campaign achievement, local capital funds, budgeting by fields of service, and shrinkage and administrative costs. Revealing that there-was a decline of 20 percent in total funds raised in 1949 as compared with the previous year, the C.J.F.W.F. report says that budget-wise, communities reacted to the reversal by tightening their allocations. Local commitments were met, for the most part, with some downward revisions in allocations earmarked for capital funds purposes. "The cuts fell primarily on non-local beneficiaries. The UJA, in accordance with a resolution of its 1949 Atlantic City conference, is pursuing a policy of seeking precampaign agreements on its share of total funds raised, as a condition for participation in local welfare fund campaigns." Reviewing their 1949 experiences, communities have recognized the need for pre-campaign planning and are accepting" the request of the UJA for a full opportunity to discuss and negotiate the terms f its inclusion, the Council states. In seeking solutions to the complex problems associated with pre-campaign budgeting, the communities are bringing into play all sections of community leadership. Discussions are taking place, not in budgeting committees alone, but in the full boards of local federations of welfare funds. Some communities have organized special leadership 'meetings to discuss pre-campaign planning and to obtain leadership advice and thinking on suitable formulae. In most cases, they are undergoing a thorough study and review of the basic elements of their own communal fund raising (situations, the report establishes. Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia will give the UJA a straight percentage of the net funds available without establishing any fixed priorities. Houston has set local needs as a fixed 1 priority, in the event the 19S0 total falls below the 1949 level. This was done after a review of local budgets, leading to a reduction of about nine percent in operating funds and 50 percent in capital funds. Miami has established a fixed ratio of two to one between the UJA and all other local and nonlocal beneficiaries exclusive of refugee .rieeds, shrinkage and administrative costs. If the minimum budget cannot be met, all nonlocal agencies will receive prorated cuts, and local agency budgets will be reviewed for possible savings. Newark has not fixed priorities, but has established a minimum budgeting base 20 pereent below the 1949 campaign achievement. Local agency needs have been set somewhat below 1949, after intensive budget review. Formation of a B'nai B'rith Past President's Club has been announced by Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council. The organization, Jacobson reveals, will be developed along the lines followed by similar units in other metropolitan communities. The club will have no officers, no board of trustees, and will not hold regular meetings. -Purpose of this group will be to act in an adv^ory capacity at such times as Vital community problems face the B'nai B'rith Council in Greater Miami. Community leaders in the fields of the professions, government, religion and commerce have been presidents of B'nai B'rith lodges in other cities as well as in South Florida and their experience in meeting current problems will be invaluable," Jacobson declared. A list of past presidents is currently being compiled and men will shortly receive letters of invitation advising them of their selection to the honorary organization. It is indicated there are more than thirty such candidates in South Florida. Past presidents of any lodge now residing in the Miami area Art Show Planned The art committee of the Miami Beach YM & WHA will sponsor an oil and sculpture show from April 16 to 30 Artists in the area are invited to submit three paintings or works of sculpture to the art committee no later than April 10. They must be works which have not been shown previously in this community. are invited to list their name with the new organization by calling the B'nai B'rith Council at 82-5685. (vjOVJSl BROS K/ HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEV/ARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES • 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Av? 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO + lemitt FkrH&r I A Capitol Spotlight FRIDAY, MARP ,, :-:ritaj Pre&dcni ?..-. aejeli enl G By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON — The Federal \v x %  art Goveni Ism tugfa esteem ._._. :.-.t Jewish £ vein n bead twc %  '%  _:.; %  :: eg:: p:£^es.=. at —Alaska and HM Virgin Island* M rra F it Ca;tr: descendant :' ^ Portuguese Jewish family ted I the Caribbean an genet ti tu ag was recently appointed govern r : -. %  '.'-_[slandi by Pre ent 7. iin an H intn ent was i ted witt resl bee ._-• 1939 Ernes: Gruen of B New York s governed Alaska %  :•r..-. Pir.irr.i %  1902 His p; ent! native Vj-ga : riders in Panama foi %  • %  ostructioi • ..-'.;. '.' % %  % % %  5 four years old. ih< l the Islands where the; gar :: L*. S. G vemmem boy at %  %  : Dcrofcni .. nd beogtoz .: ••. a. .-. terH %  .: : I rnnus: .-.: deal .. .... In IMS h %  %  and Its .r.i U Muateyidtoo. Uruguay, ir. general adviser to --, y 5 drlcfation to the Seventh F i A en -_ r .: i. r. conference. The in| yea: he was a member noted the creat;on of the Division of Territories and Island Possessions in the Department of Interior and appointed Gruening its f:rst director. His duties as director took him on numerous in:: -• -.^ ----• o ;nvited by the spection trips to Alaska. Roosevelt Tuba to make an appointed him governor in 1939 ec Domx and social survey. j and he has since been reapIr. 1834, President Roosevelt pointed. Gruening u sa;c circles to have beer. a TuL ngt n and adviser to Pre^pjg possibilities !" d5K2L£> undeveloped re^ou-4. Pm ? t <* settlement of a mucr"Pa d ,"? ,he ulation there. e ate rpop. %  '--'• A r i Z. -: r. : iurmj th€ .%  •• %  the Dei axtment .:' the Ir.terx.; I guides the govem" Islandf : mmented and lency i ave been -IS! DO Qg He is high]) :r: = ::r; '..-.-• fficiali • Was mgi rked %  Virgin Islands aiM %  '.-.'.: app mtment %  rved ret gmtion f a long ret rd of ( utstanding :•-'%  service a.-.; will be extremely well-received in the I lands* An Orthodox Jew iCastrc ., president : the Virgin islands Synagorje Congregation Blessad Peac* Hu Bar J --:.-., : Alaska : kz %  r. foi "•.• be played in >perat: 5 i-~.r; :'.-:-...-. defense si Alaska i£i:r.= : Japan D the Aleutians H1 :-: Alaska since 1939 At he is in Washington pernnection with th< %  res ent _-. Congress U : r.rrr statehood rr. Alaska i.-.i Hawaii A native ..' New York Gruen•"? %  = graduated as i medical to: iron: Harvard His iither i renowned speciahst Gruen-"?' interest! v.;r.;r. r: in ..-.-: %  i *• and he nevei practiced nad i cina Beginning as '"-• • began .. iwk in Boston the American." 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MPAY, MARCH 31, 1950 *Jmistnnrf(Uann PAGE TWENTY-THREE "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) RIM le Ivealou SIDE INFORMATION: Inside information on the fundkina agreement reached among Hebrew University, Weizn institute of Science and Haifa Technion can now be The agreement profo;ioint fund-raising on a r M-wide basis ... All camon income throughout the rid will be sent to a J lnt iincil in Israel and distributed that council The Technion to get 10 percent of the worldde total, or 15 percent of the nerican total, whichever is 790 — Phones — 2-5384 entitled to compensation from Germany under the German indemnification program Claims must be filed in Germany, preferably in the German language, not later than March 31 of this year Almost any Jew who has emigrated from Germany since 1933 is a potential claimant And refugees in this country who were at any time imprisoned by the Nazis in Germany are eligible for substantial indemnification ... An eligible claimant may recover 150 German marks— about $35.00—for each month of imprisonment ... He can recover up to 75,000 German marks for loss of property ... He can also claim up to 25,000 German marks for loss of economic opportunities These funds are now blocked, but they may be available later, or may be used for welfare purposes in Germany The HIAS and the United Service for New Americans have alerted Jewish communities throughout the country to the need of immediate action on behalf of those who can still file their claims ... So did the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, through its Institute on Overseas Studies. Beach Center Choir To Chant Services At Delano The choir of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will chant the Passover services to be held at the Delano Hotel on Saturday and Sunday, April 1 and 2. Officiating in the traditional rites will be Cantor Milton Freedman. Ben Yomen will conduct the choir and Margaret Ben Yomen will be at the organ. Services will start at sundown. Reservations may still be made. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL S.J. 420 Lincoln Road Realtor Synagogue Unit to Meet In Memphis Announcement that the sixth annual convention of the Southeastern Syngagogue Conference will be held on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, April 28, 29. 30 and May 1, in Memphis has been made by I. Rosenblatt, president, and Harry Stein, chairman of the executive board. A meeting of the women's division and the synagogue youth organization of the conference is also being planned during the convention session. All affiliated synagogues of the states of Georgia. Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Soui".i Carolina, North Carolina, Mississippi, and New Orleans, Louisiana, are being invited to elect delegates for this convention. GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK S10 Lang ford Bldg. PHONE 3-2607 GREETINGS Commercial Refrigeration andSoda Fountain Repairs Nil IMI ma n Refrigeration Phone 4-2642 GREETINGS EMIflE 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER Palm Beach—247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New York ROGER'S FORGE HAND WROUGHT IRON — BRONZE — MONEL — ALUMINUM 1456 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 21272 ,MMI \ E. PORTE MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO ALL GEORGE'S CARPET SHOP 927 N. W. 7th Avenue SEASON'S GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors 1345 20th Street Miami Beach, Fla. FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL HOLIDAY GREETINGS PLAYTIME TOGS, INC. 1433 N. E. Miami Place Phone 9-2662 Manufatcurers of LADIES' SPORTSWEAR Made In Miami TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. SERVICE — PHONE 78-5571 261 N. E. 73rd Street Miami TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER FLAMINGO GOWN SHOP 818 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS MeCORMICK-ROYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 9443 W. Railroad Avenue (Renuart Mill Building) MIAMI SHORES. FLORIDA FOR SALES, SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE 7-4793 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Miami Reach Awning Co. Bert J. Reilly. Owner—H. F. (Tex) Goodman, Manager SERVING MIAMI BEACH ALL YEAR ROUND FOR HOME OR BUSINESS I 1125 Fifth Street Phone 5-7345 Miami Beach GREETINGS HOIXEMANS RESTAURANT N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue Air Conditioned THE BEST OF FOODS With Friendly Service Popular Prices Ample Parking SEASON'S BEST WISHES GEORGE J. BERTMAN Realtor 420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH HAPPY HOLIDAY Southeastern Terminal and Steamship Company 28 S.W. Fourth Street Phone 9-2876 Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +Jt-*tottfk*k*>r) FRIDAY. MARCH 31. Passover Quiz Box tick' This. tkec*"was ihetr crti: elected CT b*4ore Passover" By RABE: SAMUXL J rox Q. : Wav the Sahbetfc before Passover called "Shabbo* Hagodol" The Grea: Sabbaibl? A: Many r.:e:r;:.r.£_ reason are offered fcr ir^s Tne nvos£ %  eceptsd rezszr. :; Luiluijt Ao •: :rd.r.£ :: :rsd::.:.r. the Sabbat. before the Ksodtu from Egypt :;:-r:ed on :he ten lb cay of the H e b re w IUUBOJ Maa Th^s happened to be the very day -jpoc v..-.:.-. the Israelites litre ?rcered :e set assde a Iamb for each borne 'Exoc'js Chap 12 They were afraid to obey this : mBand of Moses since the iamb was a sacred anrmai to the Egyptians and they were fearful'been lateMMl : I bringing out the wrath of the• tether mWl r. eppresser any furtfcer. Upon the Jnenns that Beinberg Heads B'nai B'rith Youth Howard Kleinberg has president of the 3 nth Youth Council for Q Mm the firstborn tradi.: has been announced by rio=aUT required re fast ea tbeiBrith youth director. I Lew-s. Kiemberg been B'nai 1950. B'nai Selrr.a suceceds Edard Tescher. The council repreHOLIDAY GREETINGS MONSALVATGE & CO. of MIAMI Dfc WHOLESALE CIGARS AND CANDIES 68 S. W. First Street D "bone 2GREETINGS TO ALL... opfceasar Ffcaresfc A: tha ears name tmmrn fmt Bntvtaa : %  : the Israehaei were saved tram the they iaeed ihf the Exodus mMMtM were t;m ry ibe are tberefxr* asced ".: fast Mewaaee of Motes, the umMtmlmtt | horn are aade te lee! preceeckd to carry out the order. The larr.bs made enough noise to catch the attention of aH the Egyptians who were filled with ; anger at what they considered a i sacrtiege to their god. They were, htmevei. mjracu-| loCMBy stricken with silence and] were unable to complain. Thus r.-seisteuv vice president; Candy Wbaataaaa, recording secretary'; Car.'. Jafiee. corresponding seciretarv; Bob Cooper, treasurer; tr.e sir* rr.rrwr* ^^ ^^ historian; Adrian "/ ""r* %  I Lrpkm. parlimentarian and Jack _~ /l_. 7Z %  Lahci. sergeant-at-arms. lTlf£7' -.\ %  At the recent District No. Five .^T *"J1 A2A tournament in Charleston, SC. the AZA No. 322 basketball Mam won first prize debate team of Albert and Sonny April won thf f-ns-h:.s^\ zLkTje T*r Fe .nrr .a n "IJj, second place in the oratory conpray to G—e they are worsv of • CT "bemg saved with their israeLte %  % %  .... brethren. the first pru: act of the deliverance iirr.e or. ttus dav. Since it %  i= :.-.e Sabbath, the Sabbath before the Pa s suv e r festival is il-i; = tesignatsd as the "Great Sabbath :: commemorate the Q.: Why is a iiwiil party made fox the first-tent ea this dav of', fasting in the synagog u e? A.: TracHtior. has ordained that I whoever is m attendance at a • feast connected with a holy deed shall not fast on anv :f the minor TO ALL GREETINGS greaxnesi ;:' larad QD that day.} fasts such as ihe fast of the first: the Egyptians. born. It is customary for the rabbi Mrs. Other ^r'j-r?; z~.v? moreltt gather the f.rst-rxrr. :r. the praei.:;. reason for calling this < dav ; %  : the fast into the s-.-nagogue V P PT TTMMF1R S=:r = :.-. :.-.* Gre=t S=::a:h : read 3 tractate :f the Talmud V U %  %  % % %  r.s ure -A-; them. IracLtionalxy the Sabbath before with them and to have the feast the Passover .= -e in which most :'. the day >uk be spent in the synagogue especially oideii, times After the service?, the multitude assembles to hear the. rice, advise :r. the rr.ult.ple detail Ivedill c:vpa:.r.?';-r the %  =r. '%  : %  .:.,..-..-.. .1 _: ..length i.-.t rr.portance of the holiday The Passovei tows being the most intricate of say lidaj the :..._.-.-.as wetdd take a ior.g time! and thus the day was a "T)ig" dar| :r a "Great Sabbath." Others cia,m the day's great-1 r.e = ; ii due t-cthe fact" that his-' toricaHy it was on the Sabbath PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL SALES — MOTOROLA — SERVICE EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-6564 Service On AQ Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television before the redemption (which commemorated the Jews is cy the Passover > ] v.er(: giver, their > 605 Lincoln Road TO ALL GREETINGS W. HANNAU 'THOTOGRAPHr' PASSOVER GREETINGS To OH Mer.y Jewish Friends And Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 157 N. W. 1st Court Phene 5-3221 East Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 21&6 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI FLORIDA S. K&Iperii Phone 3-4SS2 Southland Chevrolet ma SA1XS AND SERVICE 1125 N.E. 2nd Avm. 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DAY. MABCH 31, 1950 vJetvisljncr/dtojn '*WWWWW PAGE TWENTY-FIVE Freedom Is Indivisible By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN At the begnning of Jewish history stands an act of liberation thou* wast" a" ser'vanTfrTt^ E£ e Exodus from Egypt. It is both symbolical and characteristic of Egypt and the Lord thj God the period of slavery and suffering in Egypt became later, b rn,|p M ttiaa ~., *-„_ i n freedom was won, the incentive and rationale of the Ititude of Jewish laws commanding that kindness be shown %  ie stranser. "Love ye therefor ye were n the land of Egypt." he ethical conscience of Israel |eved the most difficult of Bl feats: the sublimation of desire for revenge into tolergoodncss and kindness. Itz Lazarus, the eminent au|ty on Jewish ethics, was therefore when he stated "whatever was most lovely lioble and inspiring in Jewish [became a memorial of the Bus." the legal sphere, virtually [entire legislation pertaining Ireigners in the Jewish commty is based upon the memory le Exodus and the harrowing Iriences which preceded it. se you have eaten the bitter of slavery and affliction, jmust pity the stranger and Ihink of oppressing him, Jewflaw demands insistently. Ing suffered ourselves does entitle us to impose hardship r "V uuu commanded mee t this precious possession. Btit also i^.u he Sabbatn day." The week the year-round Jewish customs y no lld ay of freedom" fror the stranger, for ye „,.. t r ? ~~— r ~..* !" %  the year-round Jewish customs and ceremonies are correlated with the theme song of the Passover holiday—Freedom. In a certain sense all the festivals of the Jewish calendar, as well as the Sabbath, are "memorials of the exodus from Egypt," which marked the birth of the Jewish people in freedom and independence. Thus the Sages of the Talmud pointed out that, while Passover witnessed physical deliverance from slavery and oppression, Shavuot, the festival of the Giving of the Torah, marked the spiritual "Declaration of Independence" from anarchy and lawlessness. Nor is the note of freedom lacking from the ideas, and the ceremonies which embody them, of the High Holy Days. Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, the momentous days of awe and repentance emphasize the cardinal teaching of Judaism .others": on thV?"contrary,"ad* hat man is endowed with freely must teach us to be kinder om of he Wl11 He sin s because more sensitive to human |? e so wllIs 't—and he can return fring than those who were from wrong-doing if he so re|r tested in the crucible of solves "collective freedom is the This is why Jewish law c f ntral them-? of Passover, indi„ — J __:_. virtual ethical friwlnm io Iho pates, time and again: hd a stranger shalt thou not Ing. neither shalt thou op%  s him; for ye were strangers Ihe land of Egypt. le stranger that sojourneth m you shall be unto you as Ihome-born among you, and li shalt love him as thyself; ye were strangers in the 1 of Egypt, u shalt not pervert the :e due to the stranger—but shalt remember that thou a bondman in Egypt. ?n thou beatest thine olive thou shalt not go over the fens again; it shall be for [stranger len thou gatherest the >es of thy vineyard, thou not glean it after thee; ball be I ir the stranger |d thou shalt remember that j wast a bondman in the 1 of Egypt; therefore I cornId thee this thing." pse and scores upon scores Bmilar biblical and posttal Jewish utterances prove Msively that yesterday, even fay, his suffering presented Jew not merely a personal lem but. above all, a chal[to raise the moral standards "> own group and of all man! Prayer Book jubilantly ac• Passover as "the season ^"Deration." The ritual of is centered in observ%  nphasizmg the value ol GREETINGS 1-ZlM 13801 N.E. 2nd AVE. GREETINGS • Fleeman "ol Benefit Health and Occident Association American Bank Bldg. MIAMI, FLAi vidual ethical freedom is the dominant note of the High Holy Days. Succos, third of the festivals which were observed in ancient Palestine with pilgrimages to the Temple in Jerusalem, was instituted as one more reminder of the exodus and the wanderings in the desert. We are commanded to dwell in booths for the eight days of the festival as a memorial of the mode of living of our ancestors in the wilderness, on the way from Egypt to the Promised Land. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX fjenistncrxf&r FRIDAY. MARCH Passover Traditions By HAROLD EIDLIN Modem tradition-rich Passover km no*, olwayi been wbai is is now. Celebrated today as c corr.rr.err.r:a::r:-. z: the grew Exodua from Egypt PaMOvex mi observwd a.sc as a Spring ies-.iva! z:.z harvest. Today's eight-day festival starts the %  case day the ln c. %  %  %  • %  ecaili : %  %  • %  %  • • ruch the : -v; %  •• : %  essages did no1 '_ %  '•--'"•: %  sunation in tim< the extra day -'-: : %  "•r %  •" • > was added so that at 1< si •• % %  because there ... .-.-.• %  centra] aut not been sufficient tune I :. rities A ou i a be bserved. ToM I ::^ r.;-eday Brt hodox and conservative •"• %  ^.P*** sr the Jew! ^-ae ; 5rae ; rfctair thil %  %  %  %  — ; rie.:te* :u .. .. wh;le re ; 0 rrr. Jews have =i y Piifiver rerr-aini as the discarded it in favor of the L %  ''"' "j^sjn o. i or:g;nal Biblical svsterr.. Hag| ted each The modern Seder table be-r s explanations symbobc reminders othe Passcolored with g* %  *"£ „ reIa K d K )Kears tl psalms and Exodus The bitter herbs the naroseth. a pasty mixture of %  -Z ,.-.-.:_. : %  • ..:• : tr. e <*--'PPi a PP le !" tS; and rualfeasU vas the cinnamon is actually taken to ,aten by all mem< ** e ten 1 !he ;h ar P ness of ** even at t da>• • nerbs. but popularly interpreted a Hebrew word mean%  signifying the mortar which lei .1 thmgs"— renlains ; e Israelites treaded during ignii ant part of the bondage. T*e roa^ ew marks ..' :: I :... *J special additional sacrifices as but the mnei offered in Uie Temple at Passover. eafa '"w vne ,/w lamb ^ e f ains Haste was imp rt nl ; -He symbol ol the paschal sac•.-' '. • me decayed rfice. and the parsley and :he characteristic side: the anicent banquet. -• r cups of wine tnat Seder .are of a 8 rigin. 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)AY, MARCH 31,1950 Freedom Is Indivisible vJeniftiilorfctetn PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN 1 (Continued from Page 25) Ik to the ancient Jews' struggle libeitv. When the Pilgrim Ihors landed on the shore of tl. England, they rendered Inks unto God who had guided L, a cr oss the Atlantic, even as had led the Israelites dryi through the waters of the Sea. And when the Negroes ou t the stabbing sorrow of lir race, they express it in t es ancient plea to Pharaoh: It my people go!" L Oscar Strauss pointed out, [Bible was to the Puritans not Ltheir guide in religion, but then textbook and bluest for the ordering of their flic affairs and, especially, interpretation of the Ameridestiny: fciey seemed to recognize a liking similarity between \ir own hardships, history condition and those of the fidren of Israel under Moses Joshua. They quoted its fts with literal application. eir condition they character-, as 'Egyptian Bondage.' iies I they styled 'Pharaoh,' ocean whose hardships and ngers they were driven to founter they spoke of as the Sea. America in whose .ds they had come was their ilderness.' and in after days shington and Adams were lerred to as their Moses and Joshua." The design suggested by a committee composed of Franklin Adams and Jefferson for the seal of the United States showed the Egyptians drowning in the Red Sea with the Jews, under Moses' guidance, rendering thanks unto God. The proposed motto for this seal was "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God." • According to the Haggadah, "Israel was redeemed from Egypt in the merit of four things: they did not forsake their Hebrew names; they did not forsake the Hebrew language; they did not reveal their secrets; and they did not neglect the commandment of circumcision." This early rabbinic enumeration of the elements which make for Jewish survival is accurate as well as fraught with timely significance. Today, even as in ancient Egypt, those Jews who retain their Jewish identity are the builders of the Jewish future. Another Aggadah has it that "Israel was redeemed from Egypt thanks to the pious Jewish women." This, too, is an accurate statement and precise diagnosis of the secret of Jewish survival. For where else but in the Jewish home is the art of Jewish living and the ideal of Jewish loyalty taught? And who else if not the Jewish mothers are the perennial Passover Traditions [Continued from Page 26) |ed a more dramatic purpose the Middle Ages. Because fcover coincided with Easter, were accused of using stian blood for performing When the door was to be bed for Elijah, it was flung wide so that all could see complete innocence of the eedings. reclining position assumed | the Passover meal signifies the ancient fashion of rengat meals and the ease and Bom which Israel came to enas a result of its'liberation. nong the many songs sung at inclusion of the Seder is [counting song, which begins whi) knows one?"—and continues to thirteen—the thirteen attributes of God. It has also been suggested that the song was originally designed as a sort of catechism for boys—an additional verse being learned each year until 13, the age of religious majority. Another is the "Had Gadya," the final song of the Haggadah. which is written in doggerel Aramaic and is popularly taken to be an allegorical history of Israel. First sung as part of the Seder services in Germany in the late 16th century, today it is familiar to Jews of all countries. 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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT *Jenist FicrkJiair \> FRIDAY, MARCH n Looking Toward Greater Freedom In Israel Bv ADA ORES conditions prevailing there for the past several years. Another important factor is the large percentage of people from backward, mostly Oriental countries whose children often find the guidance of their parents useless in this modern world. Also, the parents are too busy providing for their large families to supervise them effectively. During the last year alone five new community cenTEL WIV—With the spirit for the men and a rug-weaving ol freedom in the air this Passhop for the women There will uvt-r the people of Israel have also be a hospital and a farm, ine en-barked on another movement staff will be housed near the to extend liberty in this country, prison compound. Locking toward the day when Prisoners are well fed there will be no prisons nor huma prisoners in the land of Jewry. tlonar y the authorities have begun to re_ a re allowed a few cigarettes a — „„.,,,:„„ S6JTUJ t: i& m .7.SS3 aSJflS--? 5SSSLT5 :££ ="^ t in Inelv treated SHT^^ ters caring for up to 400 neglected | v;.£ e t \t f all • more requiring similar attention. t tions Members of the staffs of the Ministries ol Justice and Police have been studying methods of prison administration and penologv abroad Judges also visit jaFls and report on their findings to the Ministry ol Justice. On • Ivice ol Judge Samuel L-. lb the Brooklyn Board of Jud^-• Bdmond Fitzgerald I visit Israel for a few its government n tl •. .%  •." s He found • xpected — that local ly primitive i icing %  % %  and 1 il si ng iealist ..-.. • rii • %  then best t : -.-.-: %  %  %  -... %  n Furl let tils : th rep I havi not jblishi i In any case, in' %  .• I : ms aT6 nstantlj Am : I th< inti luction ol n • .-. lian ] nnel insu ad I mi:.and the % %  ti : •. • • | LinishmenU '. r ins n it n Prisoners now si :. : eds insu i I n mat :'. J: as previou I'p : : .'. •:.• %  7I M :. : ; '.. %  : • %  vi d as Israel's cen; :. Small auxiliary jails ; ened in all major ifte a thorough renovabut are already insufficient snd overcrowded. Besides there k-ups loi persons awaiting trial which are always crowded i suit of the large backlog in the court calendars. Insane and inically ill prisoners must letimes be confined to police stations, and the lack of pris n pitals facilitates escapes during doctors. A new order began a few go, when the army reItiished the former British police fortress between Ramleh Lvdda which is to be transformed into the country's only! il with a capacit) ] : %  •••: 1.000 inmates. Plans for | ilitati n exist from nandat days, but extens e needed to enlai th( Rai : : treSS. Trie :.: n which prisoners are .to be cor: pli ti I thin i hall %  .: .-. hi n the • nt will be capable %  500 inmates •.• %  '.::. :' P '.. %  r.• the ORT Union for ment I mod i the plam ntral prison at R I <.:'. probably set u) probation officers to jail sentences. Meanwhile, preparations are continuing to replace existing, outdated legislation by laws making possible the re-education of the greatest possible number of" juvenile offenders. The program includes new regulations for public control of privately-administered institutions of this type, in which the youth protection department of the ministry of welfare is greatly interested. It will, however, be able to benefit fioin such amendments in most cases only if sufficient funds are found. HAPPY HOLIDAYS •t Reasonable Price, NA THAN ALEXANDER AND FAMILY OF THE DIXIE CASH MARKET| 39 N. W. 14th Stxnt MIAMI, FLORIDA he lot of prisoners, which were offenses, they must sometimes be n existence during the Mandakept with grownups, with warl0 ry regime when the jails were dens trying in vain to keep fuli of political convicts, have • apart from hardened enrr lapsed. Lately, a new program for | Judges therefore h^tote to *&* ^TSiS 1 K&S com.and mit young people to custody. radios for the inmates has begun, while the respons.ble minister Another major problem which makes use of an obscure para%  was also investigated bv Mr graph in a regulat.on to release Fitzaerald is that of juvenile deall youngsters for whom no place Before medepndenceatory homes. More and more .mainly a worry of the judges prefer ordering the chilV id Leumi Nati nal Council) dren placed under the care of the Palestine government's J facilities :" i the care of children was i xtremely inadequate Several good starts were made at in providing player unds s metimes summer :. • country, works:IDS, and other devices for keeping slumtuldren out of mischief This work continues. The w %  : i| ti n are chiefly resible : the recent acute • ti n of the problem [1 %  as % % %  % %  • bet : and : >ni ..s to be a particularly imtant pi )blem in Jei usalem e 40 percent of all juvenile cases ocur and where up t TO percent of all offenses are c >mtted by youths and ofter children. The number of neglected children :r. Jerusalem is several times that of the national average. %  partly as a result of the unsettled SEASONS GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY AND HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 2038 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 3-1427 GEORGE P. KAHNEGIS ROYAL BAKING COMPANY 601 N. W. 7th Street LORA PACI SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 A HAPPY PASSOVER RING • MAHONY & ARNER duPont Building MiamL Fla A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL THE SHELBY SALES BOOK CO. 3500 Main Highway p n0 ne 83-1621 A HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Judge and Mrs. LOUIE BANDEL LEWIS [ TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI TRANSIT CO. 1355 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET 192 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-8865 COMPLETE LIN OF GROCERIES AND MEATS JACK ROHER. Proprietor GREETINGS J. N. LUMMUS, Jr. Tax Assessor for Dade County GEORGE LANGER Owner THE SUWGAS I Not Incorporated 2950 N. W. 24th St. PHONE 3-3685 Exter All His Je Frien Patrons Wish tor A HAPPY PASSOVER Phone 5-7111 ENFIELD "S CAMERA SHOP Cor. Washington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Phone 83-1623 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER II. and W. II. IIIM'W roiiipanv PRINTERS — LITHOGRAPHERS — ENGRAVERS 2812 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-6156 CORAL GABLES. FLA. FERGUSON & ROBERTS, Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 616 S. W. 22nd Avenue Miami, Florida A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TC ALL ANDRE, INC. MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 1121 Washington Avenue Phone 58-3614 TO ALL GREETINGS RALPH A. FOSSIV „ REALTOR 103 South Dixie Highway South Miami Florida PHONE 87-5303 Dade County Resident Since 1908 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1950 fJewist thrMKam PAGE TWENTY-NINE Student** Wishing To Summer In [Israel Have Choice Of Two Institutes n students wishing to i summer vacation in L ve a choice this year of nstitutes. each offering vary, m binations of study, field and guided tours at a cost than $1,000. including i! was announced by Dr. Idmann, chairman of irican section of the Jew10 E. 66th St. Vme %  icy's youth and Chalutrtnient sponsors both ,,ne jointly with the IDiversity and the other Hechalutz Organization a in cooperation with Bachadreligious pioneer movend the Columbia UniStudy Tours. Both are open to students between the ages 1 f i: and 35 and provide acalitb. Thi Ag< ncy-Hebrew University isses formal university i includes a two-week gricultural settlements .. |a ;u led tour of the country, to be given in both HeEnglish, include Hel, ;vv literature, Jewish history and ph : sophy, Israel geography East civilization, as well lurse, arranged by : Zionist Organization. p irary Israel and Zionms. The institute will Fuly 3 to August 21 and 5980 per student. r institute will stress ither than formal [dents will leave for lune and live for eight rent types of agriitlements, participating nal daily tasks of the Appr ximately two > will be devoted to seminars, the study cultural activities. guided tour of the • included in the proe ncy-Hechalutz institute inducted by Dr. BenWolman of Israel, who has during at Columbia Uni" and will be joined by Gardner Murphy, chair: the deportment of psychoof the College of the City v York, who will give lecin his field Total cost to GREETINGS l^.vmi's Sundries HARRY AND LARRY 776 West Flgaler St. each student will be approximately $700. Persons desiring, further information on either institute are asked to write to the youth and chalutziut department, Jewish Agency, 16 East 66th St., New York 21, N. Y. Information may also be obtained from the Amreican Friends of the Hebrew University, 9 East 89th St., or the Hechalutz Organization of America, 34 West 13th S;., both of New York City. BEST WISHES FOR A A HAPPY PASSOVER Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-40 14 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) Established 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-6481 Miracle Mile Unit Elects George K. Zain was elected chairman cf the board of the Miracle Mile \ssociation of Coral Gables at its annual meeting last week in the Coral Gables Elks Club Roy Page was elected president: F. E. Giffen, Sam Weissel and Mrs. Rebyl Zain, vice presidents, and W. G. Van Devere, secretary-treasurer. Named directors were Henry Bulbin, Mark Chartrand, Milton Sirkin, James Santacroce. Jack A. Ablin Louts A. Jacks, Alexander Orr, Jr.. Dr. L. D. Pankey. Page, Zain, Mrs. Zain, Weissel, Van Devere and Giffen. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL R. H. Shaddiek REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2591 Israel Securities Pay Dividends Regular semi-annual interest and dividends on the following Israel securities are now being paid (as of April 1) according to information received from the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange by the American Palestine Securities Company, Inc., of 50 Broad St., New York: On 4", bonds of the Anglo Palestine Bank Investment Co.. Ltd. On 4% bonds of the General Mortgage Bank of Palestine, Ltd. On 4", bonds of Bizur, Ltd. On 4 '/ %  % bonds of Bizur, Ltd. On 4", bonds of "Pasa' Palestine Agricultural Settlement Assn., Ltd. On 4% bonds of 'Rassco' Rural & Suburban Settlement Co., Ltd. 5'/> bonds of 'Inva' Investment Corporation of Palestine, Ltd. On 6 r v preferred stock of the General Mortgage Bank of Palestine, Ltd. Checks in dollars are being mailed to Americans who purchased any of the above securities through the American Palestine Securities Co. Every one of the securities listed here has paid its interest or dividend in full on time since the Tel Aviv Exchange opened in 1935. Negotiations have been completed with the Israeli government whereby HIAS will participate in the program of receiving, sheltering and orienting the 20,000 Polish immigrants who have been given permission to leave Poland for Israel during 1950. HIAS is making available the su.n of $500,000 for this purpose. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc. 1338 N. W. 29th STREET PHONE 3-6479 FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY Most everybody in South Florida ir^m here to yonder... knows about the guauty certified concrete blocks and other fine concrete products produced and sold by us. And while all the contractors and builders already know about our lumber yard ... we want you, too, to know that we operate one of the largest and most aomplete lumber yards in Dade County! Yes, sir, we've lumber for every purpose -rcugh lumber and finished lumber -and in any quantity. It's good lumber, too4 as good as you can buyr* Yes, sir! Like all the building materials we sell you can depend on the quality of our lumber, too! And you can depend on prompt deliveries we'll have it on the job when and where you want it, be sure of that! So, next time, for lumber, too .. MTU INDUSTRIES, INC. Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave, Miami 37, Florida 9.2 1 f L



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PAGE THIRTY fJewist flcridliain !" >AY, MARCH 31, 4 orciihliiiu Is Lodge President Beth Jacob School To Hold Model Seder The Beth Jacob Religious School will hold a model Seder Thursday. March 30, at 4 p.m. in the Beth Jacob Auditorium. The Seder will include recitations, singing, a quiz program and a review of the Passover evening home service, which will be under the direction of Rabbi Moses i Mescheloff. assisted by Cantor %  Lou:s Feder and A. J. Safra of I the faculty. Alrin Corenblum Alvin Corenblum has been elected president of the Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith. He succeeds Jerome Adelman. Corenblum, a charter officer of the lodge, attended Alabama Polytechnical Institute and was active in civic life in Birmingham and his native city. Savannah. Ga. During World War II. he served in the U. S. Army Engineers CorfJs and he has been a resident of Miami for the past four years A member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, he is an official of the Alvin Builders Supply C and is active in Coral Gables civic irs. Other officers elected to serve with Corenblum were Lewis Pomerantz, vice president: Ed: Miller, record nj etar; Ted Wayne, corresponding sec ; William Epstein, financial secretary: He:b<•:". Weiss, treasAdelman. chaplain: Sidney Haskoe, warden: Harold agen. guardian: Eugene Si ler, Dr. Leonard Glicksl Oscar Greene, trustees. Bedetti To IMJIV Dvorak Opus Jean Bedetti. first 'cellist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will play the Dvorak Concerto in B minor, opus 104. when he solos with the University of Mian-.: Orchestra on Sunday. April 2. at 3 p.m. and Monday. April 3. at 8:30 p.m. Bedetti joined the university music staff in 1948. following his retirement from the post of first 'cellist with the Boston Symphonv which he had held for nearly 30 years. In addition to the Dvorak concerto. Modeste Alloo will lead the orchestra in Georges Bizet's Symphony in C major. EHesco's, Roumanian Rhapsody No. I in A| major. Opus II. and the "Rakoczy f March" from Berlioz' "Damnation of Faust." • Third Seder Set For April 5 A third Seder will be held Wednesday. April 5. at the Dora August Memorial Hall under the ... %  4 auspices of the Ben G u r i o n j Branch of the j Jewish National Workers Alliance and the Golda Vfeyerson Club if the Pioneer Women. A specially arranged Haggadah will be presented by Berl Morrison and a choral ensemble. Dr. David Rebelsky of Saint Louis will be guest speaker. Feature of the evening will be a presentation of Jewish compositions by Paul Millstone, piano and solovox artist. Reservations mav be made bv calling 9-3998. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER City Construction Corporally GENERAL CONTRACTORS OI1 150 N.W. 73rd Street Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Passover Festival Set The Detroit Social Club" will hold a Passover festival and card party on Wednesday.. April 5. at 8 p.m. at tfie home of Mrs. L Goodman. 2141 S.W. 20th St PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL D. W. McCOY, Inc. REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches 1549 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-2245 HELEN 6. WARNER M. B. I. AII It I§ CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S. W. 27th Avenue p w ^ A Special Wish for-a Happy PASSOVER CADILLAC lion i Managing Director IRVING WEINBERG 3925 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach MR. and MRS. L SILVERMAN and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY 1119 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wish for All Their Patrons and Friends a HAPPY PASSOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS Phone 82-1343 3466 N. Miami Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Interstate Marble & Tile Co. VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS — 5040 BISCAYNE BLVD. THEN CALL 78-2571 4000 NORTH MIAMI AVE. DOV Chapter To Elect DOV Chapter of Mizrachi > Women will hold a meeting on I Wednesday. April 5. at 1 p m. at j Beth El. The nominating com:ee will bring ;n a slate oft fficers and directors for the coming year. TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS METALLIC ENGINEERING CO. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WESLEY E. GARRISON RE PUBLICAN STATE COMMITTMAN GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS MR. FOSTER'S STORE 33 N. E. First Avenue SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITOHf JOHN A. MOORE AND KIM AY\E ENGINEERING CO. Blue Prints — Photostats — Drawing Materials Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouw) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3666 .. All -• :: %  is 275 S. W. 6th STREET SHCP PHONE 9-5634 %  1; DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441 mCHTlTS JEWELRY CO., Inc. 160 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2197 Aluminum—Wrought Iron Made and Installed By BELIEVE IT-IT'S TRUE Caruso Iron Works Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Rear of Aviation BuUding 3240 N. W. 27th Ave. PHone 82-6714



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ffrr av MARCH 31, 1950 Jtewisf? flcrid/ton PAGE THIRTY-ONE jldman Heads : lorida UJA Region a r Goldman, civic and com-unal leader of West Palm Beach, las been named chairman of the inrida region of the United Jewh Appeal and will direct the inited Jewish Appeal drive .roughout the state for needs tailing $272,455, 800. Goldman's rceotance of the post was anl0 unced by Henry Morgenthau, [ r general chairman of the In'ijed Jewish Appeal. Goldman is a key member of lanv important national non%  cta'rian as well as Jewish tanizations. He is affiliated with ie Zionist Organization of Amer•a. the American Legion, B'nai Vith and the Masons. For manv years, Goldman was i resident of Toledo, Ohio, where %  e served during World War II as hairman of the Toledo United [ewish Appeal. He is president if the Commercial Electric Co. Ind the Stangold Realty Co., both ,{ Toledo, and the McCleery.!arpenter Electric Co. of ColumIUS. Ohio. In announcing Goldman s decision to serve as regional chairlan, Morgenthau emphasized ,iat the United Jewish Appeal ias decided to "decentralize" iperations in order to assure the naxiinum participation in the rital drive to rescue the victims if poverty and persecution, and irovide hemes for the homeless n Israel. Every American Jewish community, large or small, will lave the opportunity under the lew set-up to participate actively n the development of effective campaign programs and techniiues. 31 Agent To Speak C. H. Carson, special agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau .of nvestigation, will address the nembers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith on Friday,. March 31, at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Carson will speak on "The Vork and Functions of the FBI." Togram chairman, Sherburt Yeiss. will introduce the speaker. Rabbi Mann Launches Weekly Radio Series G. I. Balkin Confers With Educators In Tallahassee Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, addressed Pensacola Lodge, B'nai B'rith, this week on "Community Responsibility in Making Democracy Work." Following his address in Pensacola, Balkin visited Tallahassee to confer with officials of the State Department of Public Instruction, and Florida State University, on programs for combatting bigotry and advancing intergroup education in the schools of Florida. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann Rabbi Moshay P. Mann this week launched a new radio series to be heard on station WINZ (940 on the dial), from 7 to 7:15 p.m. every Tuesday. Rabbi Mann will discuss problems of a social and religious -nature and upon occasion will tceat national and international issues. Subject of his broadcast on Tuesday, April 4, will be "Mystery of Pain." Prof. Waldman To Speak Prof. Mark Waldman will be guest speaker, Saturday, April 1, at 3 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum in the patio of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf son, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Professor Waldman will speak on "The True Story of Shylock i l Shakespeare's 'Merchant of Venice'." Tuesday night at 8 pm. Charles H. Lee will lecture on "The Heavens and the Earth." Rev. Barth Will Speak At Center "Family Life and Family Team Work," will be discussed at the third in the current Miami Jewish Community center parent education series, on Wednesday, April 5. The Rev. Joseph Barth of the First Unitarian Church of Miami will be guest commentator. The first two lectures were entitled "What About the Comics?" and "How To Tell Your Child About Sex." These lectures are free and are sponsored by the parent education committee and directed by Mrs. Leo Sheiner. DOG RACING I TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER A Most Happy Passorer To All Our Friends and Patrons LOU STONE FOX BRAKE SERVICE 2826 N. E. 2nd Ave. 3-SS30 y> TO ALL GREETINGS LoFRANCE CLEANERS & DYERS SERVICE — SATISFACTION 244 N. W. 35th Street. Miami HAPPY PASSOVER McEaddy Florist 720 N.W. 62nd Street PHONE 78-1354 TONIGHT KENNEL CLUB Wt FU|U St. >7j*> Avti* $rt AM*€AIH> GRANOS'TAW A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ADAIR'S PHARMACY "Your Prescription Filled Promptly" 1204 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 9-3355 TABTNER'S -WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES— M3 West Flagler Street 91 WACO— WM Horth-Mt second Avenue MM Peace de Leon Bird.. Ceial GaMee WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS HURRICANE SALES CO. WHOLESALE & COMMISSION YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS t IRVING RATNER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturers Designers Bars—Booths—Setees cushions—Walls— Kitchen Nooks REPAIRS 21 N. W. 9th Street PHONE 3-5046 1KLU GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusirely HUGHES SEED STOKE I 116 SMiami Ave. Ph. .3-8391 CANADA DRY)/ \ Ginger Ale /'J F0R1HE(Kl I BIG r BOTTLE} GREETINGS TO ALL WESTBROOK MOTORS 1759 Palm Ave. Hialeah Phone 88-1486 Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS, Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street Phone 82-5637 General Manager WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue Phone 48-1631 7117 N.W. 5th Court Phone 78-1522 Box 1285 Miami, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS M. B. NEWMAN Co. 9 Inc. Real Estate Property Management 813-15 First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI, FLORIDA M. B. NEWMAN, President BEST WISHES F O R A HAPPY PASSOVER Apex Pest Control Service 3582 N.W. 22nd Avenue EARL WHITFORD SHERRY NORMANDIE RESTAURANT 71st St. Causeway—Normandy Isle—At The Fountain FAMOUS SEA FOOD HOUSE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Hartley's Auto Top Shop TheBest In Materials and Workmanship PASSOVER GREETINGS MR. & MRS. IVATMAKIEL KWBIN and J mi ire and Donald S. IIKRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. $ HAPPY PASSOVER All You Can Eat! Steamed Shrimp in Beer or Broiled Fla. Lobster 2.00 STEAKS — CHOPS — SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS H. H. Woodsmall Agency, Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE 1114 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-2529 LITTLE RIVER YACHT BASIN DOCKAGE. STORAGE AND REPAIRS Lights and Water — Rates Reasonable Telephone 7-7671 720 N. E. 79th Street Miami, Florida GLEN R. KEAGLE. Owner WHOLESALE BUTCHERS i ELL MAX and AL START YOUR DAY RIGHT BY LISTENING TO — it it Wake Up and Live 7:80 10:00 A.M. NOAH TYLER SPINS THE DISCS AND GIVES TIME SIGNALS AND WEATHER RETORTS THROUGHOUT THE MORNING More and More—Your Favorite Station For -Music and News ,: %  %  %  MimnrlllJIl'Mir.tf.l Mi l 1 1*'. *** %  m



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PAGE THIRTY-TWO vJewistricridian FRIDAY. MARCH 31, Israel, Czechoslovakia Make Commercial Pact TEL AVIV (ISD—A one-year commercial agreement involving lour million pounds of goods was signed by Israel and Czechoslovakia "in Prague this week. This is Ireal's seventh commercial pact. Israel will import three million pounds worth of Czechoslovak goods and export to Czechoslovakia one million pounds worth of goods. Ehud Avriel, Israel's minister to Prague, signed on behalf of his government Hadassah Group To Meet April 10 The Miami Group of Hadassah will hold its next meeting on \ Monday. April 10. at 1 p.m. in! Burdine's auc?.torium. Theme of, the meeting will be "April Shower for Hadassah's Supplies." and members are urged to bring any new item of clothing for the men, women and children of Israel. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Arthur Stone. Featured on the program will! be an "H.Q." quiz, with the audience participating and prizes to be awarded. Mrs. Ernest i Chernoff will be quizmistress. A reading, titled "Thoughts that Pass in the Night" will be given i by Mrs. Edward Rubin and "April Showers" in song will be rendered i by the Mesdames Harold B. Cohen, Jasper Cromer and Sol, Stokols. Plans have been completed for t i. card and games party to be held Wednesday. April 12. at 8 p.m. in the Beth El auditorium. Reservej tions may be made by calling [ Mrs. Joseph Fishman. chairman of the affair, at 2-1083. Mrs. KOHI Xew JWV Unit Head Mrs. Hylan Kout was elected president" of Miami Beach Post 330 of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary at a meeting of the organization last week at the Hotel New Yorker. She succeeds Mrs. Jennie Gerrig. who was commended by" the auxiliary for her work. Newly elected officers were installed by Mrs. Sheila Barr. organizer and first president of the auxiliaryOthers named to office were Mrs. Kay Werner, senior vice president: Mrs. Lee Gordon, junior vice president: Mrs. Evelyn Aaronson. secretary: Mrs. Pauline Wagner, treasurer: Mrs. Ether Sokolow, chaplain: Mrs. Jennie Friedkin. conductress: Mrs. Lillian Bookman. Mrs. Gerrig and Mrs Sadye Reiner, trustees: Mrs. Sally Levy, guard: Mrs. Clara Sklar. patriotic instructor. Jostyn To Star In Drama Jay Jostyn. "Mr. District Attorney" of radio fame, stars in "The Story of Samuel Gompers" the latest episode in the "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans" series to be heard this Saturdav. April 1, at 5 p.m., over station WVCG. Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteen minute panel discussion to follow will be: Herbert L. Blume, local attorney, moderator: Chester M. Wright, community leader and author in the field of labor: and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, executive secretary. Miami Beach Housing Authority. Station WGBS To Air : Passover Program Station WGBS will broadcast a special Passover program featuring a holiday message by Senator Herbert H. Lehman on Saturday. April 1, starting at 2:4o p.m. Rabbi David de Sola Pool of the Spanish and Portuguese Svnagogue of New York City, and Sam Jaffe of stage and screen fame, will take part in the special broadcast, which will come over the CBS network. The program, which is presented in cooperation with the American Jewish committee, will also feature Cantor David Putterman and the choir of the Park Avenue Synagogue in New York. R. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilizers for AH Occsri* FEED and SUPPLIES Call 87-2616 274 SUNSET DRIVE S0UTH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JOSEPH COHEN FLORIDA PROCESSING CO. 27TH STREET HIALEAH HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Arenue PHONE 2-9428 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER To Jewry Everywhere Up-lo-Dale Van Serrice LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Arenue PHONE 2-5411 %  "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates uisrAWi; FRONTON 7Wl the fifih of a Uriel of adiwutmenu to acouaxnt you with number, of Miami Home Milk Producers AsiocUxtwn, Reservations For Seder Accepted Until Friday Reservations for the Seder to i bi given by Congregation Beth El at Dora August Memorial Hall i en Saturday. April 1, will be accepted until Friday. March 31. The meal, at which Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate, assisted j by Cantor Max Cooper, will be | catered by Paul Gottesmar.; Caterers. Working on arrangements for j the Seder are Mr. and Mrs. Al Zisman and Mr. and Mrs. Al Perl. Assisting them are members of the sisterhood. Reservations may be made at the congregation office. i' SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER METRO SMOKED I FISH CO. 18 Ocean Drive Phone 58-5300 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY SUNSHINE'S BEAUTY SALON 523 41st St. Miami Beach One of the original members of Miami Home Milk Producers Association, owner of J. H. Medlin'i Dairy, N. W. 7th Avenue and Miami Garden Road, Dade County, Florida, James Horace Medlin was bom in Pickings County, Georgia, but he considers Flat Rock, Alabama, his real "home town"...having moved there as a small boy. Horace learned his"3-R's"in Alabama schools. His agricultural training was gradual but thorough, for his was a farm home...as Medlin homes had been for two generations before...and, like every farm youngster, 'chores"were as much a part of his life as the old fishin' hole down below the back pasture. About 24 years ago, Horace Medlin decided to try his farming luck in South Florida...choosing Dade County as the location for his own dairy farm. And, Horace has been here ever since! Before the organization of Miami Home Milk Producers Association in 1928, of which Horace is a charter — member, milk from the Medlin dairy farm was sold exclusively on the wholesale market. The modern 370-acre J. H. Medlin Dairy has been at the same location for about twenty years...Northwest 7th Avenue and Miami Garden Road, just north of Uleta, Dade County, Florida. The present herd averages about 600 6ne, regularly tested grade Jerseys. M and Mrs. Medlin are the parents of three children. Lurline, their oldest daughter, is the wife of C. W. Steele, Jr., of Miami. The Stedes have their own dairy farm. Mary Lou Medlin, their younger daughter, is a student at Florida State University. Jimmy (J,H. Jr.) is9 years old, and following fast in his fathers footsteps, to make it four generations of farming Medhns. Horace Medlin is a busy man in his community, as well as on his farm and in his Association. He is an active mrtnber of Florida Dairy Industry Association; Dade County Farm Bureau and North Dade County Chamber of Commerce. The J. H. Medlin Dairy is another Home Milk dairy that putt "highest quality" at the top of the list in the P rodu( J 1 11 of the creamy-rich, country-fresh Grade A Home Milk H delivers daily to your modern Miami Home Milk plant. tin extra part of creamier, richer, daily fresh Vitamin D MlHhll Home Milk today it yew grocer's. Or, phone us, and the friendly Home Milk MM iN hat it on yeer dnorsttp in the morning! Remember, if* daily fresh ... yon can taste the difference! PHONE • MIAMI 2-7696 • rORT LAUDEBMVX 2-2475 • Be Sure T Put Your Milk nettles Oil Where Your Milkmmn Can Pitk Them Up Drink Daily Froth T ...and Taste the DIM*******



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r, AY MAR CH 31. 1950 Jew 1st fhjr/dliari PAGE THIRTY-THREE ,ial B'rWii Units EdedForWerk pratt Wards N ithan Bloom, women's ELn for veterans affairs fc" an FiV e of B'nai. Frith has & lhllt the work done at Hospital by B'nai |h chapters and lodges in i is outstanding in Jnce October, 1947, when B'nai K, \y. ien of Coral Gables f„. e(1 the T.B. ward as its I ject, weekly parties, and game nights there and holidays appropriately celei this same period, Icm C lapter of B'nai B'rith L,, n ider the chairmanship ftrs'Lenore Curtis, sponsored Kjtj'es fin the mental ward of I hospital. 1948. Mrs. Sidney i, v is named hospital I for B'nai B'rith Tncn's Chapters, with Mrs. I vner as alternate, and |h e r ,,-! grew in scope, in (sprint, uf 1949, all B'nai B'rith fces and chapters in Greater |„i'i ci mbined their efforts and Kcatii Irfside Elects Four kw Council Members (andidates of the Surf side Civic Cciation made a clean sweep I wet K in the town's election [fill fi ur council seats. A total J26 of the town's 616 registered (ers cast ballots. the fi'iir successful candidates ke Col R. W. Riefkohl, 323 |es: E. P Frvar, 285; David D. Jlack. James P. Wendler, 284 Eh. N :. of the four had run office before. Jthers running for office were Schonfeld. 193; Melville A. rtv. 1S5: Joe R. Evans, 154; Merick H. Woodward, 104. The winning candidates will le office on May 17 with (orr.as P Coogan, the only holdcouncilman, who is now ivsng as mayor. Lemelmcm To Speak To Hollywood Lodge David Lemelman, Miami attorney and prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials, will speak at an open meeting of the Hollywood B'nai B'rith Lodge on Wednesday, April 5, at the Hollywood Jewish Center, according to an announcement from Louis Charnow, lodge president. Lemelman is n former captain in the U. S. Army. He personally interviewed many of the top Nazi war criminals and later revisited Germany following the close of hostilities to investigate the rise of nationalism in that countrv during the American occupation. Center to Launch Annual Ping Pong Tournament The athletic department of the Miami Jewish Community Center announces that its second annual post-Passover ping pong summei tournament for mixed teen-age members will get underway Monday, April 10. Players will be arranged in the form of .a ladder according tr) the 1949 rating. Any player mav challenge any of the three players listed just above him in the ranking and all such challenges must be accepted and played within a one-week period. If the upper man loses the match, his name is placed below that of the victor and any players between the two advance one place. Winner of the 1949 tournament was Earl Bragman, and runnersup were Arnold Bobson and Edward Barusch. Rep. Stockdale To Head Cancer Drive Appointment or Rep. Grant Stockdale as chairman of the American Cancer Society's drive for funds in Dade County has been announced by Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce, who will be state chairman for the second successive year. "I am confident that the 1950 Cancer crusade in Dade County will be outstanding under Stockdale's direction," McCarty said. Public demand for the services of the Florida division of the cancer society have trebled in the past three years," McCarty disclosed. "More than $70,000 has been allotted for the current year toward ihe operation of 20 special service projects strategically located over the state," he said. "These include information cen1 ters, detection centers, diagnostic clinics, tumor clinics, visiting nurses. "Seven thousand dollars has been set aside to pay for transportation and board for indigent cancer patients who must travel from their homes to treatment centers. The public education program has a budget of $15,850 for the year. r MSSOVER GREETINGS For Better Health Visit the [Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 Third Seder Scheduled 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. TOM BLAKE FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY Agent for LOUISVILLE TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY First National Bank Building 100 Miracle Mile Also Longford Bldg., Miami CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS, Inc. 2035 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-8335 Club & Casino Equipment GREETINGS LEE'S Established 25 years 324 N. E. 13th Street RODS AND REELS REPAIRED SHRIMP MULLET Underwater Equipment Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer ol Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953 I : PASSOVER GREETINGS from MR. AND MRS. JACK N. FINE PASSOVER GREETINGS | Phone 5-3018 Licensed and Insured JOHN L. POWERS PAINTING CONTRACTOR AND REPAIRS Interior and Exterior ALSO ROOFING CONTRACTOR Roof Repairs and Tile Replacing 1261 20th Street Miami Beach 39, Florida "TO"ALLCHAPPY PASSOVER Hide & Seek Children's Shop THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION GIFTS — APPAREL TOTS TO TEENS ^^ ** Biltmor* Way TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HAPPY HOUR TAVERN 3680 Coral Way PHONE 4-9437 A HAPPY PASSOVER University of Miami CORAL GABLES TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 48-2080 Allied Concrete Products, Inc. 2800 S. W. 31st Avenue, Miami, Florida (One Block North of Dixie Highway) FRANK S. WUELKER, President A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE W. F. BLANTON %  It is a pleasure to extend to all our Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. 222 N. W. 26th Street" 1 A; H. BECKER • • 161h Season Phone 2-3705 Frances K. Powell's NOW AT 33rd ST. EL MOROCCO HOTEL DINING ROOM COLLINS Still Serving ••The Ultimate In Fine Foods" AVENUE BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-5546 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY of the MIAMI SEA FOOD COMPANY 675 N. W. 5th Street INSTANT START LONG LIFE /epeWtvMe A battery that assures dependable starts aHLI long life... Fifty-five separate inspections in manufacture 1 guarantee perfection. Every Cities Service battery carries a written warranty of long service. Your Cities Service dealer will show you the life expectancy of your present battery— ORANGE STATE OILiCOMPANY FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORS CITIES SERVICE : f ,!*



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PAGE THIRTY FOUR Jewish fkridKair _FRIDAY,_M ARr H RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY %  Temple Emanu-El iReform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laudcrdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. I %  %  %  %  %  • • Temple Israe! (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th SI. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. I' %  :* : %  • • — Sal • -• es at a %  •: %  : %  \ : %  at Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Pollc St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; ..... i %  %  3a t %  -• %  •,<•'.; %  • _• >• • n Tradll i : --, %  Temple I3etn Shoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Castor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. • %  ited to Adult lection Rabbi will ] %  • <-.. N. %  .. Too 'Id !•• Li Cert fl ites will ^-. -— %  ted to those who %  tttei led the lectures spon%  red by the Workshop and Who have i Iti Hebre* eacA. \w : • enituj for the past • il %  %  i-nth> Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12xh Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evenine services at 6:15. A: services Saturday mornin,* at 7 .ii. MeHon Kanaer ill become Rar Mittvati. Kiddush will follow. Mlncha at 6:15 followed by Maartv. i-ommunity | Kfrder at I ;, m Sunday morning serv! Ice at I %  m Kabul April will speak on With our Young; and With Our: Old We will Go." Mlncha at 6:15 p.m. : -Monday morning service at i*. Rabbi i April will speak on "The Lesson of' In <>ur Modern Times." • Mir. fa i ,-,t 6 '.' Hebrew m hool at S I! Congreg-ticn Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev.; Maurice Mamches. f late Friday evening, I sei • %  for the season will be helii %  ...• • :. U'U'l-i: Men's 1 I Phil Abr • Han Bert MM tlclpati Rabbi Max .„Hi4 VI e Mamches will d the The Fli Ker\ i • %  .' %  %  %  • • i %  • • %  Fudy'i betrothal <• :• 1 %  ..... ... h ^ %  •-• %  •. • • %  |1 official^ -• the 1st* F evening en •• -•• ( %  %  -. ning at '• i: b atM • M %  .'ill eondUit the (• %  :%  i and the rabbi will i • %  • I rtloi < the Law. Pa fesi n III '.-1Sal .' day evei at • with a Sedi %  feast al the B '' N w. 3rd Ave. Passi %  ice* ii he new s\ nagi -.• .-_. ay and Monday morning* at 9. ft] la I 'udent service at 10:80 Theme Who Are -he V Men." Btudent %  ongregatlnn will be held In thV'esti Room Saturday morning from 10 V; to 11 :•'!" Dally net es I a rr. with Mlncha and Mrrtv al I p.m. Congregation Knese'.h Israel [Traditional:, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. %  i %  : %  -' ... .... %  .: : '" • %  %  %  %  • %  I' • %  %  ... Congregation i oung Israel (Orthodox!, 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. .... • -rv e. .II day to Tl T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. ly evening services at 6 p.m.: s" irday. Sunday and Monda} eveM al ; p m i:-. R Brill win nducl • -: i \\\ • lent* In it area are invited to attenl Congregation Beth Tiilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskry. Friday evening services at Saturday m, %  ruingat 6:|o At Mincha I at j p in. ike rabbi will deliver the traditional Shabbos Haggadol I'llpul. Maariv follows. Sefvii • %  Sunday at 8 i" %  > m. Rabbi Rackovsky will sneak on "The Wise Son." Services also at ".:.'!•> i.m. on Monday at *<:30 a.m. he will speak on "The Evil Son" Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St. Miami Beach. Friday evening services at 6:00 .Saturday morning at 6:45 Sunday morning at H Mr. ftugarman will speak on "Freedom from Slavery.'' Services Monday at 9 a.m. Sermon on "An Ancient Raejaover Ceremony in a Modern Wilderness" Mlncha'at 6:15. Dally Bible class 5:16 p.m. Dailv services at : :;•< a m. ang 6:1.". p.m. Sunday at <: a.m. Northside Jewish Center, 6231 N.W. First'Ct Sunday scheol classes everv Sunday at the office of Dr. Wm. Roros, 655 N.W. 6Ind St. Hebrew classes under direction of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701 N'.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and Th'irsdavs from 4 to 6 p m North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative), 13S30-W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday eU-Jiiiig MU'iru at K: 1 r. con'!•'••! by Joseph Keller, religious chairman, JUIUIULUY by an Oneg Shabbat. Sunda) school in a m First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). Levi Plumbing Co. 2141 S. W. 3rd Street Phot* 9-1416 Friday evening services at 8:30. Dr. Abraham Lessen will officiate. Ap Oneg bhuL>jn.wi:j be served by the terhood. Mtfinbem aad-friends are Invited to attend. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday Ben-ices ..t '• a.m Special Passover services Saturday, .%  and Monday at


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FBTDAY, MARCH 31, 1950 Aged Persons, Most Of Them Infirm Will Arrive In Israel For Passover TEL AVIV (ISI)—The vast im~ %  — %  • -- migration into Israel last year a but emptied 1 the Jewish displaced persons camps n GerKv Austria and Italy but left behind were the aged the blind and the incurably sick Aging survivors of the Nazi concentration camps came to believe that they would have to end their days in the land of their oersecutors, for, completely dependent on others for support and medical care, they had no hope of going to a new country to begin a new life. But that new life is now beginning. In Bavaria, 30 aged men and women, most of them invalids, boarded two sleeper cars this week for the trip to Venice, Italy. From there the Israel steamship, SS Atzmaut will transport them to Israel where they will arrive in time for Passover. Some of them are so sick or so old that they had to be carried on stretchers Some of them are in their seventies. The oldest is 85. They are the first of 4,000 such cases, all of whom are to be transferred to Israel before the year is out. In the language of the Displaced Persons camp, they are called the "hard core," the group without hope for resettlement because no country wanted to open its doors to people who would not be able to support themselves and who would remain perpetual charges. But the State of Israel, the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency for Palestine joined forces to establish a special agency that will take care of these people in Israel. Most of the $15,000,000 budget is being provided by the Jews of the United States through the United Jewish Appeal. In Israel new hospitals, clinics and sanatoria are to be established to provide the hard +Jeisti ntr9dHan PAGE THIRTY-FIVE Hollywood Youth Plan Barbecue, Lawn Party A barbecue and lawn party for the benefit of the Hollywood United Jewish Appeal campaign will be held at the home of Miss Dorothy McCloskey, Ft Lauderdale, on Sunady evening, April 16. The affair will be under the auspices of the Hollywood Chapter, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Reservations and transportation arrangements may be made by telephoning Morton Reiss at Hollywood 9930. Meetings of the organization are held each Thursday evening. Young men and women between the ages of 16 and 25 are eligible for membership. core cases with Tiomes and medical care. The International Refugee Organization, whose duty it is to resettle displaced persons, has been relieved of one of its most difficult problems. But it contributed $2,500,000 to the fund And its executive director gave expresion to the world's approval of this unprecedented humanitraian undertaking when he said: "Israel, almost alone among nations, has consistently based its immigration policies entirely upon humanitarian considerations. No Jewish refugee ever has been found too sick, too poor or too helpless for admission and a warm welcome by Israel." Meeting To Mark Hebrew Month A special gathering of Hebraists of Miami will be held on Wednesday, April 5, at 8:30 p.m. in the new auditorium of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The meeting, sponsored by the Hebrew Teachers Association and the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, will mark Hebrew Month. Harry L. Wall of New York City will be the featured speaker. His topic will be "Three Patrners in Hebrew." Wall is honorary president of the Hebrew Principals' Association of New York City, president of the educational Committee of the Jewish National Fund, and treasurer of the national Hebrew Teachers Association. He has contributed articles to such Hebrew periodicals as "Shevelai HaHinuch" and "Hadoar." Hebrew Month is celebrated nationally "to call to the attention of American Jewry that Hebrew is today regarded as a modern langugage to be taught in the American colleges, and that the bridge between Israel and America must come through the cultural agency of the Hebrew language." Hotel Owners To Honor Rivkind The growth of the Miami Beach hotel industry and its increased role in the nation's business will be celebrated at the annual cocktail party and banquet of the Miami Beach Hotel Association which takes place Thursday, April 20, in the Saxony Hotel. Heading the list of speakers will be Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, president of Eastern Airlines, who will address the group on new proposals to stimulate year-round promotion projects for Miami Beach. Other guest speakers include Gov. Fuller A. Warren, Mayor Harold Turk and State Hotel Commissioner James T. Landon. Also present will be members of the Miami Beach City Council. It was announced by Samuel Kaplan, executive secretary, that the banquet this year will take the form of a testimonial to officers of the Miami Beach Hotel Association and to its president, Samuel A. Rivkind who will receive a plaque for leadership. Dinner in the Saxony's Pogoda Room will follow the cocktail party, scheduled from 6 to 8 p.ni Chairman of the committee on dinner arrangements and reservations is Harry H. Cohen, vice president of the Miami Beach Hotel Association. Assisting him are: Abe Halperin, David Andron, Al Jacobs, George Pomerantz, Mickey Michaels, Ben Hulsh, Charles Goldberg, Saul Cohen and Martin Moldoff. GREETINGS! "ITmps" Clark GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore 8t Granada Courses Lessons by Appointment, Complete line of Golfing Equipment Phone Biltmore 4-0849. 41-0810 Granada 48-9909, 4-9143 SINCERE HOLIDAYS GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL L20 HUBERMAN 1021 Bfarrits Dri*e PHONE 86-6811 MIAMI BEACH FOLLOW THE CROWD COTTAGES THE COCKALORUM RESTAURANT & BAR OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 AJM. Phone 7-9655 13501 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 38, Florida TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER John Shney AND COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE 3-2671 A Complete Lubrication Free With the Porches* of 190 Oettona of Gee Try Our High Tort Gee — You Will Like It Cart Washed and Polished BOB'S SERVICE STATION AMOCO PRODUCTS 802 N. W. 4th Street PHONE 02-1149 Formerly Herb Jensen Service MAY THE SPIRIT OF PASSOVER BRING PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS f J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 3-3735 '.. %  INSURANCE FOR ALL COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS Phone 3-5761 44 S. E. 8th Street -' %  .-.~JA J.J"J %  %  "-*-""-"PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member oi F.D.I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA Telephone 89-5291 GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Bldg. SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays Washing and Polishing Lubrication — Batteries — Tiras Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Deliyery 71st Str3et Service Station C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street Miami Beach Phone 86-9170 SEASON'S GREETINGS Jensen's Liquor Tavern BAR and PACKAGE STORE We Carry A Full Line oi Package Goods CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES 1646 S. W. 27th Avenue TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY i 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 34972 McFarlin Construction Company ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS ROADS — STREETS — PARKING LOTS — DRIVES ASPHALTS — TARS — ROAD OILS Since 1931 IMS. N. W. S6th Street Phone 7-3551 Miami 38, Florida McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. rROM FARM TO YOU 19 N. E. Mnd Street Phone 7.1e7 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER International Refrigeration Co. Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Air Conditioning Monthly & Yearly Service Contracts, Installation On All Makes SALES AND SERVICE 24-Hour Service 2913 N.W. 60th St. Phone 78-7535 n ENJOY THE MUSK: OF THE MASTERS ~~~4 'Your Musical Heritage' If' 1 1 "" 11:80 %  12:00 Midnight ONE FULL HOUR OF THE FINEST IN % %  CLASSICAL MUSIC More and More — Your Favorite Station For Music and Newt *F LISTEN TO BIRNBAUM'S JEWISH RADIO PROGRAM WMBM 800 ON YOUR DIAL SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. Always Interesting Always New Features Always Live Talent PERSONNEL SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. < v JOSEPH BIRNBAUM. Director HYMAN BIRNBAUM, Skit Artist %  %  % 



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. fcjgjjfl Fkridian !" DAY 1 _MARCH 3 i< The Little Magician Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ Mrs. Farbstein was definite:;.'.him :o grow up ignorant of such distraught with her boy. "Arthings?" nold." she cried, "why can"t you ""Oh. ma." said Arnold. "I know be quiet? Especially on Passover, the story of Passover. I learned What n the world are you it :n Sunday school." do:ng?" -It won't hurt." said Mrs. Farb"Oh. nothing, mother. I am stein, "if a man like papa, who just showing Herman how to has a very good Jewish backrr. despite his greatness. When he hears of others assuming the role of prophets, he cries out. that all n .night be prophet %  A grea-. man. A simple man. So human. Why he even does tricks. In fact, he was a kind of Houdini of his day. Moses appears before Pharaoh telling him that his God had sent him. Well, the Egyptian representatives of their gods all do tricks so Moses meet Pharaoh on his own grounds. "The priests of Pharaoah put forth their wands and lo. Moses, the man who believes in Div:ne claimed Mr. Farbstein. just enter[know your psychology too." ing the door. "Why the grimace en your face, Lena 0 "Oh. that son of yours is just impossible. Sits there yacketyyaching. making cards disappear. It's time he learned to sit quiet. to read a book." "Well. Lena." said Mr. Farbstein. "remember when you were tie girl you weren't always quiet either." When I was a girl. I was quiet, and you know it." said "Oh. I am not so dumb as you think," said Mrs. Farbstein pi iests." "Nice story." interjected Mrs, Farbstein who had been standing win*. Mia ""= %  listening -g 0 ahead. but i mus t Okay said ner husband. I and e see if the fish is cooking. n-"tv l S f."hi 'SSL n r? mv !" < Say Arnold, after Papa finishes. fSSUS i r P hC.,n In Z U ?ou want to show Herman how TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. MAX STEVENS and FAMILY STEVENS MARKET and ASSOCIATES 5737 N. W. 27th Avenue aforesaid is willing and ready to hear and harken to an older man. I know, of course, that the young always know more than their elders. However, if my son is willing to overlook this. I am why go ahead! Farbstein. 'Didn't I get you leady to pour forth." because I was so quiet?" "You got me bv talking." said Mi F/rbstein. "You talked and I you talked, not only with mouth, but with your eyes. your clothes and what not. "it's '"..; %  the girls who know how I "Give, Dad.' said Arnoid. "Well." began Mr. Farbstein. "you are familiar. I am sure, with the general story of Passover. I merely wish to say a few words about the man who was the cen. tral figure in the great drama of .-. plenty and in all Kinds of p as c f ,,f P ,__M ways who get such a prize as me. j T e „ Qu:< girls become librarians. n't get married." "It was Heine who said about M ses that one time he had •Quiet girfs marrv'as much as th u S nt '" of Moses, but later as ines." she rejoined. he studied more and more, he got i 'Dad is right." interjected Va v 'i sion of Moses so grand that n id "To be silent means to be J? e f u ,hat when Moses stood on ma, and who wants a dumb ts nai he rose to such heights girl?" that he towered over the mounWei:." said Mrs. Farbstein. I t ai itse i f "sometimes I heartily wish vou Yes M *> s was a colossus. A were dumb." | giant of a man and yet so comA.-.d I bet." said Arnold "if Ptetely human. A man who could I were very dumb, if I didn't g et verv an 8 r v ** %  th right time. much, vou would be I Y ou remember how he was worried." aroused when he saw the Egyp-' "The boy is talking good psy' t ian bating an Israelite. It was chology." said Mr. Farbstein. ; not rnere chauvinism. No. Moses, "Psychology, smvcology." said was above that You can see by Mrs. Farbstein. "Papa, vou have a the fact that non-Jew Jethro | sen. It's Passover, a Jewish holibecame nis warm friend and adday. Why don't you sit down and : visfcr You c an see it by the fact tell your son something about it. '• t hat many Egyptian non-Jews Ke knows as much about PassJ ine d tne Jews in the Exodus. PASSOVER GREETINGS $ J. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith EXODONISTS INGRAHAM BUILDING Miami. Florida Jarrett Coffee Company Roasters and Packers of COFTEE AND TEAS 501 N. W. Tenth Street p hoae ^ WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS $ EMPIRE GROCERY 78 Collins Avenue Phone 5-9155 A HAPPY PASSOVER Loeb & Gottfried RED ROAD, HIALEAH Phone 88-2255 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER over as I know about—" "Psychology," interjected Mr. Farbstein. "AH right." said Mrs. Farbin, "go ahead and laugh at your wife. Remember the more j laugh at your wife, the more J laugh at you:.-elf. for iber, I got you." "Who is laughing at you 1 said Mr. Farbstein, "You are the b< I wife I ever had and if I had it to. do over again, you would still be the rose in my garden." Mrs. Farbstein planted a kiss en her husband's brow. "D.id." said Arnold, "vou know your psychology." Mrs. Farbstein smiled. "Papa." | she said, turning to her husband more seriously. "I repeat, why % %  n't you tell your son something about the holiday 1 Do you want HAPPY HOLIDAYS HAVANA VIA PLANES30 Plus Round Trip Tax VIA SS. FLORIDA— $42 Plus Round Trip Tax TOURS from $45 P lus tax Apgar Travel Agency 100 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 9-5386 m JAMES T. WILSON Superintendent of Public Instruction "He was the humblest of men GREETINGS Investors Diversified Services, Inc. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC. "MIAMI'S FOREMOST APPLIANCE STORE' 136 N. E. First Street Phone 9-24K TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER TOWN LAUNDRY. INC. Wholesale • Retail Hotels Apartments COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE GREETINGS TO ALL Telephone 88-3714 Office. Docki and Residence—730 Okeechobee Road. Hialeah. Fla. CAPTAIN ARNOLD MAUTE FINE YACHTS SAILING CRAFTS -I 1860 W. Flagler St. Phone 3-5337 GREETINGS LUMBER — PAINT — BUILDING MATERIALS "Try Us For Service" Peninsular Service Co.. Inc. 163rd Street and Biscayne Boulevard Phone 86-5401 HUNTER LYON. INC. 901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331 INSURANCE -: $ W ALOE If AND WALIEN SEPTIC TANKS Installed and Repaired DRAIN FIELDS RELAID Free Inspection 3400 N. W. 38th Ave. PHONE 88-2150 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Miami Beach Checker Cabs, Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS e PHONE 5-3411 FOSSETT'S PHARMACY At the Entrance — Huntington Building 168 S. E. First St. MlamL Fla. Phone 2-7691 THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WORLD W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS HARRY FINCHER. INC. OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE ALL MOTOR CARS 1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-8704



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)A y, MARCH 31, 1950 vJewisti fkrtrBan PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN "AMERICA'S TRIUMPH" TELLS STORIES Of FAMOUS JEWS IN AMERICAN HISTORY TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO. MILO W. BENNETT 1816 West Are. Miami Beach Best Wishes For A HAPPY PASSOVER CLOVER CLUB Famous Hickory House Cuisine 118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD i Hor* Solomon, Jtwlih B.voluflonory Met hera, worked tlraltitly for AnwrlLeu independence. Wat condemned to Long b' moneyed o escape Uriah f. Lvy, young Jewiih seaman, worked and fought hli way up in the ranks to become the flnt Jewiih Com* modore In the U. 5. Navy. Nathan Stroui, merchant, philonlhropiit and fighter ogalnit bigotry, woe one of the flrtt pioneers to campaign for paiteuriied milk. I Ceorgt Gershwin, beloved young com* peter, tuied ancient Hebrew molodiee wlih Negto folk tunei to create modern American music. louis D. Brandeii, flnl jewiih Juilice of the Supremo Court, condutled a life* long struggle for justice ejnd democracy in America. lillian Wald lemed her back on wealth and sociol position to minister to tm> sick and ntody in Now York's East Side slums. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Wont You itat-a-Tampa Cigar? "They're Better" Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacco Company 73 N.W. Eighth Street Phone 2-8185 : TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS Mitchell D. Price, Zaring & Florence ll/uitrot/oni from "Amerfco'i Triumph" by Dorothy Atefsin, one of a series of books on Amerltan Jtwltn history published by the Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The Commission is headed by Dr. Solomon B. freohof, chairman ond Dr. fmanuel Comoro", director. RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT IN A IE AND GRAY .Ml YELLOW PHONE 2-4141 GREETINGS FROM IMI SUPER COLD Inc. (.W. 1st St. Ph. 3-7614 HRBY-TUTTLE. Inc. Flagler St. Ph. 3-7614 COMMERCIAL & 'IGIDAIRE PRODUCTS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Advertising Display Service 10 S. W. 14th Avenue Phone 3-0922 PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI OXYGEN SERVICE 180 N.W. 25th Street Ph. 9-3883 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BUY WITH CONFIDENCE-SERVE WITH PRIDE MRS. NATT'S BAKERY PIES — CAKES — PASTRIES — BREAD — ROLLS WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY WHOLESALE and RETAIL 300 S.E. 1st Street — Phone 82-4568 61 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-1649 JIMMIE BONNIE SODA SHOP 578 West Flac/ler Street -** -——————TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PAUL L. HUTCHINSON ROBERT LIPPMAN HUTCHINSON SERVICE STATION 1155 Collins Avenue PHONE 58-9941 TO ALL GREETINGS PHONE 3-3663 LAWRENCE LUMBER CO. F. H. A. FINANCING 663 N. W. 14th Street IOLIDAY [REETINGS --ARXES CAST |ST0NE SHOP 62 N. E. 54th Street Phone 7-0314 GREETINGS GEO. J. BERGER SERVICE STATION Excellent Service 15 S. W. 17th Avenue Miami 1. Florida Phone 2-8898 E ASON'S GREETINGS HLLIAM E. COOK Everglades Concourse PHONE 86-3755 SNTALS SALES pAMl BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER H. EARNEST OYERSTREET AND ASSOCIATES OF THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE Sincere Wishes For A Happy Passover £ CASEY PIANO COMPAN Y DEALERS IN SOME OF THE WORLD'S FINEST MAKES OF PIANOS 2242 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 48-4517 Security Trust Company SHORELAND BUILDING. MIAMI. FLORIDA We serve by, acting as your executor or trustee



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1950 Orkin Marks 50 Years Of Effective Pest Control, Offers Bonded Termite Service T. ..,,,-,i'Ifl nf this voar marlrprl nrvrl mIPH f tr,m O f ^ .... LffeCyefct ^ TERMITE .fejs—.suppu.MrNv*.ft' Hr^soouemEs J"Wfi\ **•<*;=.*Sff#plV*l* LOW or mims vuita on REPRODUCTIVE* \ 4 WWO MALI AD ?TMAtE hy^-. Otto Orkin been the leader in the pest control industry for years, is now making available to the food industry an expanded sanitation service which includes inspection, consultation and the actual performance of the sanitation work. Personnel for this work have been specially trained and include sanitary engineers, entomologists, bacteriologists, sanitarians, and other professional men of this field. The work is done in accordance with the recommendations of the American Institute of Baking, the National Confectioners Association, National Sanitation Foundation, and other agencies, public Wade Refrigerating Co., Inc. REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT 1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036 ALL SURETY AND JUDICIAL BONDS PASSOVER GREETINGS Phone 1-9457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION .... v S1N CLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TIRES • Bayshore DriTO Miami Florida GREETINGS TO ALL CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS CORP. BUILDING MATERIALS JAL WIN STEEL WINDOWS STEEL BUCKS ALUMINUM WINDOWS MiUwork Nails Steel Specialties 3501 N. MIAMI AVE. 9* J0RKIN Vjm m* #>T af'Rooi.icnv'f.k \ !" J ^ k V W ??* he q e e termite Can liv for nearly 30 Y ea and never stops laying eggs ?erm? colonies^n i^TV*' £"2 l f WM0 !" <•"• "*l) eggs in her lifetime* That U why home I !" !" aL3&£T !" ." 9 W C -. U8ing much lrouble 1O the w den understructures of the olTo'ur property •warmer, in the vicinity of your property gel an inspection and private, concerned with food plant sanitation. The Orkin investigational staff keeps in constant touch with the latest techniques and materials to be used in such establishments. They are fully aware of the limitations as to toxicities and efficiency of the methods they use. Complete analytical laboratory tests are available. Written inspection reports are submitted periodically. Many firms are already benefitting from this sanitation service, including bakeries, candy manufacturers, flour mills, peanut mills, potato chip plants, doughnut bakers, meat and vegetable canneries, dairies, frozen food storages, hotels, poultry packers, and many more who handle food for human consumption. Orkin will be happy to supply a list of references who have used this new service. "This is the swarming season for termites," says Mr. Orkin, BEST WISHES W. A. GLASS GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flagler Street BILT-RITE VENETIAN BLIND Ca (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES REFINISHING REPAINTING 35 Almerta Are. CORAL GABLES Phone 4-6921 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Sendee THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue "and the 'flying ants' you see may mean that a colony of termites are in the vicinity of your house. While the warm weather brings out the winged reproductives, actually termites work all year around, attacking th* insides of sills, joists, studding, flooring, etc." In the springtime, watci. out for "flying ants" or swarming termites around your home! Local offices of the Orkin Co. are at 509 N.E. 13th St. in Miami and 1101 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. Livesay Window Co., lilt*. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lone PHONE 4-2683 /' GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER LUKER CO. IHC. PIN BALL GAMES SERVICE CALL 9-7961 —— — -^--'— •— %  — -i i %  % %  ^ %  %  %  %  % %  —-~ %  I I ISI4. TO" ALL'A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY PARK MADISON STUDIO P 04fT rTfH T PHOTOGRAPHERS • 20*07 Lincoln Bldo. Phone 5-5260 350 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida OILS — FRAMES — MINIATURES % I MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH H. IROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 2-5511 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" T Miami, Fla. 1369 N. Bayshore Drive • i PASSOVER GREETINGS SIDNEY DeWOLF & SOU Builders Contractors 238N.W.7thATu Phon 3-3067



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•Jmist rkrHi^r .: ? : I l*ra*l On R*ad Obirvartes To Rw^VTV. Kaplan Sa** : %  %  %  %  %  : : : E : : i. — — 4 I E>£i E Z : i i FRIDAY. MARCH -.1950 GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO All MR. AND MRS. MAX SHLAFROCK M. S. COXCTRrCTIOX co. MIC N. W. 14th Arenu* lkM 24-2S71 GEEET.NJS Your kVaol Ford De*ier HISKAMP .MOTOR CO. eir Re.et;ves sac Fren3$ Bes: Withe* Tor A HAPPY PASSOVEB p | SWMTBUW %  %  : : : •. : : %  = —--•*KSBEET1BGS ? t ond Cab Co, *: S. W. M Sr~e PBOIB kVTWS GREETINGS I $ Ace-Saxon. Inc. t igaretie Service 3B9B N. E 2nd Ave. M:=m. Fin. Phone 7-601 AUTOMATIC GIGARETTE MER GHAJOISTNG MAC8D89 A Service lasthutiaz 7G ALL GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES PHONE 4-0831 SI4 S. W. 22nd Avenue MITT, r.shdo K CLEG AY GREETINGS AVANT'S NURSERY FLORIST SHOP FASHIONS IN FLOWERS 4475 S. W. 8th Street Ps:=e 4-7949 La Vigne Electric Company $ 183 N. E. 24th Street—Phone 2-1759 HOLIDAY GREETINGS E ALTON ROAD 55-4134 &f&f&f&f&f&f Peoples Water and Gas Company v_ r. vr H. i_ IDC N E Eirr Avenue Miam. FiciNUH IM I E. STBECEES Track Body Builders 724 N. W. Ilr Smt I H mindful of the ini nluahlv contribution to the grotcth of tki* community that has been provided hu if* Jetrish citizens and resident*, takes pleasnre in extending to all Jewry Sincere urishe* for A HAPPY PASSOVER PEOPLES GMMN**MUIW MUM BEACH HOLLYWOOD FORT LAUDERDALE



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1950 in irrrr JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN ALL-AMERICAN BASKETBALL TEAM *Jenist) IkxiHtr PAGE FORTY-ONE Forward Forward Center G:: %  ::\ Guard Forward Forward Center Guard Guard FIRST TEAM Irvvin Dambrot City College Abe Becker Ed Miller Al Rubenstein Ed Gard New York University Syracuse University Cincinnati Long Island University SECOND TEAM A! Roth City College Jack Laub Cincinnati Ed Roman City College Art Goldberg Duquesne University Jimmy Brascc New York University THIRD TEAM Forward Joe Post Forward Joel Kaufman Center Mel Seeman Guard Herb Cohen Guard Al Kaplan The Jewish Telegraphic Agency Ed possesses one of the finest Brooklyn College New York University New York University City College Columbia University herewith presents its annual allAmerican all-Jewish basketball squad after a lapse of one year. As in former years, the aggregation was picked with the help of such outstanding basketball experts as Eddie Gottlieb, coach of the Philadelphia Warriors; Abe Saperstein, owner-ccach of the Harlem Globetrotters; Walter Kennedy, publicity director of the National Basketball Association; Lester Harrison, coach of the Rochester Royals, and Arthur Morsi impresario for the Chicago Stadium. Thecommittee agreed that this year's selections were not on a par with those of previous years. Most of the Jewish ball players were located in and around the New York area with the exception of Rubenstein and Laub at the University of Cincinnati and Arthur Goldberg at Duquesne University. For the most part, the boys are sophomores, so that they, undoubtedly, will be heard from in stronger tones during the next two years. twin Dabrot, cc-captain at City I College, is a must on our team due to his phenomenal scoring ability with his unstoppable left touches among the big men in the country. It's sheer folly to pive him a shot in and around the foul circle. He can hook with either his right or left hands and is a big man. He possesses an uncanny amount of accuracy with a one-hand set shot. He has a tendency to be lax on defense which must be corrected before he can rate all-American honors. As far as his offensive ability is concerned, no player in the nation rates higher. At the guard posts two tiny mites hold forth—Al Rubenstein and Eddie Gard, Cincinnati and L.I.U. respectively. Both boys are very skillful dribblers and are keen set shots from far out on the.court. Gard shows a reluctance to shoot often, preferring to feed the bigger men on the L.I.U. squad. In one game against John Marshall College, he set a record by being credited with 27 assists as big Sherman White tallied 63 points. Gard went scoreless but it was his sensational passing that enabled the tall Negro forward to score so heavily. It was Eddie's passing throughout the whole past campaign that kept L.I.U. in the running against more hand jump shot. During a period m .„ tn e runnin e of ; four years. Dambrot has coinskll 'ed opponents. Rubenstein was the take charge guy in the fast breaking attack that Cincinnati employed. Playing piled the best record in the history of City College basketball standing 6'4". He is a threat on both boards and has cashed in on many tip ins. His ability has been recognized by the Herald Tribune which put him on the all-East team which meets the all-Western college all-Stars at Madison square Garden on April first. In addition he has been selected to cavoi t with the senior college allAmencans who are touring the country this month with the Harlem Globetrotters. Abe Becker of New York University. Dambrofs teammate at tne other forward berth, is a bruising, slow-appearing giant who has a talented left hand, and i S0 P ssess es a deadly outside snot Becker can go into the pivot and it was a post play on Bcker's Pa" that wrecked Notre Dame jast month Abe has another year 'o go and undoubtedly will be heard from for all-American honors next session. At the center position, Ed ite&f ? 6 City Colle e g jant u?„, l he year verv wel1 and continued throughout the camiP?ign averaging twenty points I Per game. A little slow perhaps, veteran with Cincinnati as for&f u ar v Botn boys are cute ""dor the boards and are exceptionally fine set shooters from outside. Koth makes up for his slowness ol foot with his cleverness in boxing out opponents and driving off the post. Mel Seeman, 6'6" N.Y.U. man, ." %  art P la y in g varsity ball until the mid-semester but in the short period of time allotted him proved that he was one of the better Jewish ball players in the nation. He is not quite the shooter that Roman is, but probably is a mite stronger defensively and better on the boards than City Colleges center man. His teammate from N.Y.U., Jimmy Brasco is one of the better set shots in trie country who came along very rapidly at the end of the season showing to splendid advantage against St. John's and Notre Dame. Artie Goldberg of Duquesne at the other guard post is another up and coming sophomore who will be heard from this coming season. The ten points he scored in the Garden were instrumental in leading Duquesne to victory against L.I.U. He took live long shots and canned four against the Blackbirds from Long Island. The third team is a combination of veterans and sophomores. Joe Kaufman, who played 1>etter ball in former years for N.Y.U. is cast v*5 e center r le. a position which he did not play this year for N.Y.U. He is big enough, however. His veterans teammates include Al Kaplan, tiny mite of the Columbia University five and Bob Brooks of Pennsylvania, two of the better performers in the Ivy League. Up until the time he broke his finger, Herbie Cohen was going great guns for City College excelling with his speed and outside shooting. Joe Post, probably more than any other individual, was instrumental in leading Brooklyn College to its best all-time season with a record of twenty-one to four and an invitation of the N.A.I.B. tourney in Kansas City. At 6'3", he is a brui'sing competitor, proficient in backboard play. Yflitcyiim, 9ne. Women 9 Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429 MIAMI BEACH I TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 305 Coral Way Phone 4-5234 CORAL GABLES • his fifth season of varsity ball, the New York youngster wreaked havoc with his speed and aggressiveness. Many in the mid-season compared him very favorably with Ralph Beard, former Kentucky great, now starring in N.B.A. ranks. The second team is probably on a par with the first olub with Al Roth, burley 6'3" City College stalwart and Jack Laub, siv year Office Phone 2-2411 Residence Phone 4-3922 FOSTER Electric Co. CONTRACTING ALTERATIONS SERVICE Paul Foster, Owner 2175 W. Flakier Street Miami, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS "SotitAtS/t Si'qfitinq 40% ON ALL FIXTURES MIAMI LIGHTING FIXTURE CORR ABBOTT ELECTRIC INC. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONE 3-6294 GREETINGS TO ALL JACQUES FINE PASTRIES EVERYTHING IN INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS World Famous Pastries Add to the Success of the Party 1654 Alton Road Phone 5-1763 F. A. GRIMMIG, Mgr. and Owner Catering to Hotels and Clubs SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC. SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM Extends to All Their Jewish Friends SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL L. C. MORRIS PAVING CONSTRUCTION 2581 N. W. 72nd STREET PHONE 78-0551 A HAPPY PASSOVER .1. FRANK VANN REFRIGERATORS AND MARKET FIXTURES 1300 N. Miami Avenue. Miami Fla, Phone 2-152S BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MR. k MRS. MAX FRIEDSON American Builders Supply. Inc. 2726 S.W. 28th Lane PHONES 89-1924 — 4-6206 & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291 EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS | TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ""f fvrv^*.^ "on this Passover Holiday the festival of liberation, we join people all over the world wishing for Peace and Prosperity. In our opinion, there is no better place in the world for enjoying Peace and Prosperity than Miami Beach. We have contributed and are contributing greatly to the growth and prosperity of Miami Beach. We have developed and are maintaining one of the finest urban transportation systems anywhere in the world and—as has been so often declared—a good transportation system is absolutely essential for the growth and prosperity of any community." OJkt mUtmi Butch Kaitumy, &>. • u : f iti



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PAGE FORTY-TWO >JfHift rkrffirtn jglgAY, MARCH at f %  II Mr. Anti-Defamation League By REVY BALKIN "RESTRICTED!" A veteran about to enter a Collins Ave. hotel turned to his wife and remarked: "That s:gn is supposed to be a nice way si saying they don't want us. They don't like our religion." This incident and many others of a similar nature occurred only a few years ago when "restricted" signs dotted the beach and were as much a part of the landscape as the coconut trees. Today, a visitor or native may travel from Biscayne St. to 87th Terr, and find the word "restricted" only in Webster's Dictionary. What happened to the unArr.encar. signs' How were they finally rem ved? A Mian).1 Beach man nas placed an important part in their re: He is Samuel Weinfeld. 1544 Normandy Dr.. better known to Beach residents as "Mr. AntiDefamau n League." From the tune Weinfeld first •ettled in Miami Beach, he had i forward to the day when something could be done about these b!:ghts. He knew they were not only an insult to the veteran who had fought for a better world free of hatred, but they also were an affront to all human beings who believed in the dignity of man. A few months ago. the Miami Beach City Council passed a city ordinance which made it unlawiul to maintain or display any advertising matter or signs which would be discriminatory. With the passage of the ordinance, which had been spearheaded by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Weinfeld believed that the time was ripe to take action against the violators of the ordinance. As chairman of the AntiDefamation League Committee of the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Weinfeld was eager to carry out the program of the ADL. Its purpose was to fight against bigotry and intolerance and to advance good relationships among all groups and persons. .Weinfeld told the lodge that he would 'talk quiety, but carry a big ?:::>:." Ther.ick in this case i thi .-.• % %  nee. "A f • survey made by : gj ::.:-. of the Anti-E : >-." Wein: ':.'..'.. %  ments indulging in .:-'. %  ES." list At the sa • l more r. One : thi firs! I ;h:er kled was n the newspaper:n the a elf i, The au read in par .: "Two bedr -—.?. rw baths near ocean — RESTRICTED — Ina.an Creek Drive." I took along the ordinance and read it to the manager." Weinfeli related. "She told rr.e she had not been familiar with the law. She agreed, however, to delete the word "restricted' from bet =i = Weinfeld r.e-x: visited t.-ie managerof a Collins Ave villa apartLOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 3800 N. L lit Avenue meat who had displayed on the lobby desk a "restricted clientele" sign. "I talked to the owner for an hour." Weinfeld recalled. "When I left the man assured me he would remove the sign and diseontiniM the practice of discrimination." According to Weinfeld. very often the word "restricted" is substituted for another phrase. A I newspaper ad published Nov. 10 read: "Bedroom apartments, near : Protestant and Catholic • Churches ." •When I asked the owner why she had not included the word synagogues, she could not answer. she had done wrong and wai .-.shamed of her bigoted a*'." Weinfeld f inted out that many c: UM violators are no: deliberately discriminating. Take the case cf Mr. G who operates an apartment house on Normandy i Isle. He had been advertising his t apartments as "exclusive." When j he was questioned by Weinfeld. j he explained that he was using the word "exclusive"' to describe the "fine" apartments he had. "I suggested several substitute words." said Weinfeld. "The man thanked me and appeared very grateful." One hotel owner used the term • selected clientele" in a large display ad. He explained that he was not discriminating, but was "trying to put across the idea that he was catering to a refined clientele. Jews and Christians being welcome." He, too, eliminated the phraseology when Weinfeld pointed out that such language connoted discrimination. Weinfeld, or "Mr. Anti-Defamation League" as he was being tagged, revealed that it is not always easy to reason with the violators. One of his toughest cases was an apartment owner on Abbot Ave. who refused to remove his "restricted" sign. At one time, he had even chained the sign down to keep the neighborhood children from removing it. "My first visit was unsuccessful" Weinfeld said. "When I told him the sign should be removed on the basis that it was unican. he told me to mind my own business. "I followed this visit up with Samuel Wevnjeld ', another. This time I'talked about Jesus Christ and that if alive I today. Jesus would have preached j against the "restricted" sign. It I was still to no avail. Another time." he continued. "I spoke about the children who were asking what 'restricted' meant. I pointed out that by retaining his sign, he was spreading intolerance. "My final argument was that in the last war his religious group had been persecuted along with others, and that the time had come when all of us had to live together in peace. "A few days later when I drove by, I saw the sign had been removed." "Mr. Anti-Defamation League" and his co-workers have succeeded in removing the un-American signs from Miami Beach. However, he still continues to work for the bettering of human relations. He and his ADL committee of the North Shore Lodge are spreading their good will message through the distribution of blotters, bookcovers. movies and song books—all portraying the American way of life. As "Mr. Anti-Defamation League" describes it: "I'm going to keep on plugging away for democracy through my three P"; — Patience. Perseverance and Pride in being a good American.' MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. Inc. FIRE • WINDSTORM CASUALTY — ANNUAL DIVIDENDS — Ingraham Building Phone 3-5471 Y 600 N. W. 10th Street EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Telephone 3-6332 1 SAVOY HOTEL 'Open Year Around" 252 N.W. Second Street TO AU ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HECTOR nmy co. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN-LAWNS-FARMS Phone 2-0541 Branch**—Hetneatead. West P^ m Beach, Belle Glade Ft Pierce CONVALESCENTS SEMMNVAT^ I IOHIIMW REST HOMF WHERE PATIENTS ARE GUESTS 47 N.W. 32nd Place Mi MR. AND MRS. JACK RICE. Props. n n


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)AY, MARCH 31, 1950 *Jewist Our*Mbm PAGE FORTY-THREE Educational Problems By ADA OREN hx AVIV—The new Israel for free and compulsory edition of all children between l a aes of six and eleven, which passed by the Knesset last kmer. is to go into effect on tl i. 1950. It is planned to fcnee the period of compulsory (education to the eighth grade din three years, he completion of this program lime is doubtful, however, for ough 90 percent of all Jewish iren always attended school, fy youngsters did not comthe normal course. At the time, war restrictions on Jing forced the city of Tel [Land now Jaffa—to teachEts grade school pupils in two Is" The improvement of this ttion would require consider| effort, without the additional L posed by the fact that the Centary school population has bled in the last two years—to 100,000 through immigration I is still increasing, ting to the enormous diffiJes inherent in the absorption ben a large percentage of irritant school children, the GovJient of Israel is seeking ad[from the UNESCO and from Federal Security Adminishr Oscar R. Ewing. (ere are about one hundred institutions and schools in I for retarded children. These Itutions are in urgent need of Jnsion in view of the relativefgh rate of invalidism among |ren who come from backcountries. The Youth Aliya fcment. as guardian of 15,000 ligiant children, most of In are over grade school age, Bo setting up special instituI for the care of the abnormal. banwhilo. there exists in Isla permanent shortage of % thing necessary for schools. %  communities expand their %  ties constantly with the help pernmont loans. New schools Dmigrants are often assisted tie voluntary collection of bment among the longer eskhed schools. pel's budget for teachers' pay Ichool maintenance alone will %  year rise from seven to ten Ion pounds. Most communiIhave already abolished the 1st fees they used to charge pe public schools and have over the financing of the fentary classes of private \\s. As a result, education has ne the principle item in the national budget after defense. Government grants for teachers' pay average 45 percent throughout the country. The number of teacher's training schools is rapidly increasing and has recently reached 12, with an enrollment of 2,000. Some of these institutions have scrapped their usual curricula and specialize in one-year course for veterans and even half-year courses for high school graduates, because there can be no hope of training a sufficient number of fully qualified teachers quickly enough. The government recently agreed to exempt teachers from military service, and a similar arrangement may have to be made for teachers-in-training. SINCERE WISHES FOR A I HAPPY PASSOVER ,*. |H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY |PASSO VE R $ AW BROS. OIL CO. pusive Distributors of e Oil Company (Products in SouthEastern Florida West Miami Center Will Hold Annual Dance The West Miami Jewish Center will sponsor its second annual dance on Saturday, April 15, at 8:30 p.m. in Dora August Memorial Hall. Hal Murray will serve as master of ceremonies. An orchestra for dancing, entertainment featuring night club stars, games and refreshments, are on the agenda. Tickets may be obtained by mail by calling Leonard Kalish at 83-5567. Teen-Age Seder Slated The Miami Jewish Community Center Youth Council will sponsor its annual teen-age Seder on Tuesday, April 4, at 8:30 p.m., in the center gym. In addition to the traditional Passover ceremony, a roundtable discussion on "How to Implement the Meaning of Passover as Related to Modern Living" will be held. The evening will conclude with a dance. It It With Pleasure That I Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE 46 N. W. First Street PHONE 2-4010 A MOST HAPPY HOLH)AY TOHNNIE & MACE BODY SHOP %  By the Railroad Track" Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th Street PHONE 9-8311 Cantor Malek to Officiate At Strath Haven Seder Cantor J. W. Malek The Strath-Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean Drive, has announced the engagement for the third consecutive year of Cantor Joseph W. Malek, prominent in musical circles both locally and in the north and the possessor of a fine tenor voice, to officiate at Seder services on the first two nights of the Passover holidays. Reservations are now being accepted at the Strath-Haven, where according to hosts Samuel Kupperman and Louis N. Lechner, "delicious food will be served in strict accordince with dietary laws and in the traditional manner." Cantor Malek participates in local activities in addition to his musical contributions, and serves as cantor and musical director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. He is an attorney practicing ui Greater Miami. GREETINGS American Pharmacy, Inc. 744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665 Marshall's Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 Marion Drug Store 1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621 Rockmoor Pharmacy 5901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2011 SEASON'S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9700 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON Wilson Garage, Inc. 170 N. E. First Street TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOUDAY WM.J. ALLEN CUSTOM-CRAFT MFG. CO. 1830 N. W. MIAMI COURT MIAMI GREETINGS CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS Immediate Delivery JACK SWERDLIN 4490 S.W. 74th Avenue PHONE 87-4998 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER >11 \ % LEE IMPORTERS, INC. 7343 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 252 Coral Way, Miami 86-2419 4-6909 A HAPPY PASSOVER MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. Formerly MILLER-LENFESTEY SUPPLY CO. 127 N. E. 27th Street Phone 82-5484 GREETINGS WARD PAVING CO. • '..• • CONTRACTORS STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS 1731 N. W. 54th Street 1 ••• — '• i : %  • I i ni •• I' MIAMI Phone 89-27 It rlOG JUP •Urn-" %  %  ; rua gnwurtirr ... TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DENMARK'S CAST STONE COMPANY Structural—Ornamental i Modern Mantel*—Garage Grills—Garden Sets—Pottery S'tone—Plaster 12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-6924 GREETINGS BARBER LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDERS SUPPLIES Courteous Service Good Lumber Reasonable Prices Phones: 7-0417, 7-7008 901 N. W. 71st Street Miami, Florida STORE FIXTURES II Al 1)1 STORE 25 Years Experience in Fine Cabinet Work at Your Service FURNITURE, BANK, OFFICE, STORE & BAR FIXTURES Made to Order 1590 N.W. 54th Street Phone 84-4228 IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ^//ollywood tCenne Club 11i I f ii;



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PAGE FORTY-FOUR *Je i§t£Mdtojn_ FRIDAY, MA RCH %  Samuels Named Director Of Camp To Be Operated By Southeastern Centers Julius Samuels, activities director of the Miami Jewish Co nmunity center, has been appointed director of the camp to perated by the Southeastern Jewish Community Centers at Chickasaw State Park, Henders in, Tenn. Samuels received his early education in Now Yuik City and received his B.S. at the College of the City of New York. He % %  ceived his degree of M.A. in social science from Columbia University jmd his M.A. at the New York School of Social Work. Prior to coming to Miami. Samuels was director of the Bronx River Neighborhood Center, an affiliate of the Jewish Association of Neighborhood Cen:. rs in New York City. During the war he was employed by the USO Jewish Welfare board as a director. He was also instructor in dramatic arts in theatrical schools and camps and has had considerable xperience in working with children in day ami country camp settings. The camp will be operated on i-profil basis by the South • rn Jew ish Community Centers Camping \ n Ihe •' 'h Con nunitj '.;. %  Si Uthi t( pen to local Jewis Cen from Jut) Sep I ii i 115 1 I. Phi t Cl %  ; %  %  %  •'.', st '! i havini lilies, ift• ..jus. e-furn ed, e-s ithing. nil ties icing read i h of the Southern communt the they may pt. Ii is nl i ipated that 10 children and that the maxifee for tl season will • e about $170 Th fee will incomplete linen servi PASSOVER GREETINGS WALTER A. FREDERICKS MARKET 645 N. W. 62nd Street Phone 89-5651 GREETINGS i \in: COUNTY Julius Samuels the children but will not include transportation expenses. Interested parents may inquire foi further information at the Miami Jewiah Community Center and B h YM and YWHA. Jctycees Campaign To "Get-Out-The-Vote" Get-Out-Thi -V >te" cam: thi Ji %  %  Chamber oi : %  ve in %  • lis week. vrh n 1 fr %  ns, enlisting the aid of theii in Ihe drive, ns .vish ng to assisl in the %  • %  re request! .! Mary Kerr at 3-8946 for • • pre incts or I k< rs for their orgi i I Tag Way To Aid < ri||l<' s iciety I >r Cri Childrei H ni; and Mrs. O. H. •: Millian, Coral G H %  nen's Club. Coral G Cantor Malek Sings Joseph W. Malek, cantor and musical director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, appeared ,, ,, pn gram of cantonal and other songs at the Jewish Home for the Aged. Also on the program were Shirley Ward, accordionistand Stephen F. Kessier, noted local pianist. SEASON'S GREETINJ LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N.W. Sixty-Second J Phone 7-9472 BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER R. T. Jeffries OF Florida East Coast Railway BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ETHEL ALAN and HENRY S. GREENBAUM IIAIISII:* PHONE 78-4783 LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST NOW FIVE TIMES WEEKLY FROM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY AT 10:15 TO 10:30 A.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial Directed and Announced by SIMON SEIDEN PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. & Mrs. Jocob Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein HAPPY PASSOVER DADECOMMONWEALTH TITLE INSURANCE CO. T. J. BOMAR, President ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE The Oldest and Most Complete Plant In Dade County DADE-COMMONWELTH BUILDING 139 N. E. 1st Street Telephone 3-7641 iirdme's y_; We Extend the Seasonal Greetings For A Very Happy PASSOVER TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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llie\wiislhJEIIiOipidliiayn
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[OLUME 23-NUMBER 13
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 31. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[ongressmea To
jav<> Showdown
In Arms to Israel
[WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
L,Up pro-Israel Congressmen
lill have a showdown with Sec-
Vary i: State Dean Acheson this
L the question of arming
|e Mid East.
About 15 members of the House
fill atti the showdown meet-
L t ill ask for an explan-
iion of the State Department's
fends-' :: policy on the rearming
Arab countries. The depart-
ment has consistently declared
he shipm< nt of armsreportedly
Icluding jet planes, tanks and
feavy artilleryis not a threat
peaci in the Middle East.
I The lawmakers are expected to
emanil a final decision on
Ihether the United States will
feleasi .' i export to Israel a long
st of war materials requested
fcveral weeks ago by Israel Am-
assador Eliahu Elath. The de-
nent has said the list is still
Inder study, by diplomatic and
Dilitary officials.
itli Session Of
\ Human Rights
Jroup Opens
.LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
pth session of the United Nations
lommission on Human Rights
Ipenecl here under the chairman-
nip of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
oviet delegate Semyon K.
fsarapk;n walked out in protest
the presence of the Chinese
Rational.st representative.
At its .nitial meeting, the Com-
nission voted unanimously to
woceed at once to the drawing
Up of an international covenant
bn human rights whose binding
egal obligation on the signatory
ates would supplement the uni-
versal Declaration of Human
lights already adopted by the
J.N, Genera] Assembly.
In addition to preparing the
covenant, the Commission is faced
at this session with the difficult
' I creating the machinery
pr implementation of the instru-
ment. Hi plies to a U.N. question-
ttaire have revealed a wide
Variation in government views on
this subject.
Israel Reported
lt<'<*eiving Radar
11 im America
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
State Department has declined to
comment on a report that the
|U S. has granted Israel export
licenses for the purchase here of
equipment for air raid pre-
cautionary installations. It was
{explained that this government
|d.),s not make known the exact
nature of munitions furnished to
I Near Eastern states although it
Idies not object if the recipient
[desires to publish this information
Ion its own.
However, sources close to the
IState Department consider it
[Quite likely that radar equipment
[may have been authorized for
Israel because of its obvious de-
fensive character. It was also
Pointed out that Israel has a long
coast line and that possible air
raids from Egypt might be better
fought if adequate warning is
received
Tribute To Laski
LONDON, (JTA)The Jewish
Agency paid tribute this week to
the late Harold Laski, who
[mapped the ascendancy of the
British Labor Party to power and
who died here on Friday at the
fge of 56. The Agency statement
lamented the passing of "a
staunch supporter of Zionism and
a great friend of Jewish, labor."
"'PROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM^
Appeal Extended Until April 15; 75% Of Goal Is Reached
The 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal will be extended an
additional'three weeks, it was decided at what was to have
been the final report meeting of the campaign Sunday morning
at Reid's Restaurant.
More than 400 volunteers voted unanimously to carry on
their efforts until April 15 to
cover all outstanding prospect
cards. At yesterday's meeting,
they brought in 2,866 new pledges,
totalling $56,451. This sum brings
the present campaign figure to
$1,101,632 or 75% of the goal of
$1,481,146.
Decision to prolong the cam-
paign came after an impassioned
appeal by Dan Ruskin, campaign
chairman, saying that unless the
drive was successful, 'our own
tool agencies, no. less than the
United Jewish Appeal, will be re-
quired to curtail their services."
Summarizing the results of the
campaign, Morris Klass, execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, under whose
auspices the drive is being con-
ducted, said "There is a potential
of more than $200,000 in the cards
of prospects who subscribed to
the Combined Jewish Appeal in
1949 but who have not yet been
seen this year."
Dr. George Josephthal director
of the absorption department of
the Jewish Agency, told the
audience that "all Israel is in-
terested in the outcome of the
Greater Miami campaign for it is
recognized that yours is one of the
first drives in the United States
this year in behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal."
Dr. Josephthal said that at least
80,000 Iraqui Jews must be moved
into Israel between April and
November of this year as a result
of the recent decision of the
Iraqui parliament to permit the
Jews to leave Iraq. He specified
that this privilege would be ex-
tended only until the end of 1850.
Ke estimated that 80,000 of the
120,000 Jews in Iraq desire to
leave. They will have to be trans-
ported by air, he pointed out,
since the rail lines run through
Syria and Lebanon, which do not
permit free passage of Jews.
The movement, reception and
absorption of the Iraqui will cost
$60,000,000, he stated. He stressed
that this sum was required over
and above the $200,000,000 which
is the portion of the Jewish
Agency's 1950 budget which must
be met by the United Jewish
Appeal.
Reporting for the hotel unit,
loseph Rose, chairman, brought
in 36 new pledges for a total of
$7,160, bringing the hotel pledges
co-day to $178,317 or 60% of its
quota.
The metropolitan unit, headed
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*Jeistnoridlton
Misel Renamed
Bureau President
Max Meisel was reelected pres-
ident of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami at a
recent meeting of the group. Louis
Heiman was named honorary
president.
Others elected to office were
Dr David Andron, Joseph Dun-
tov. David R. Isen, vice presidents;
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, treasurer;
Israel Shapoff, secretary.
Elected to serve as, delegates^
at-large to the board of directors
were Pincus Puchkoff, Abe
Aronovitz. Sidney AronoyiVs, Joel
Cohen ana Miss Malvina Weiss.
Recital Patrons Listed
Honorary patrons for the piano
recital to be given by Florence
Kutzen on Saturday, April 15,
at the Miami Women's Club Audi-
torium, are Mayor and Mrs.
Harold Turk, Rabbi and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, Manna Zucca,
Dr. and Mrs. David Andron, Ruth
Brotman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Chanton, Edward Clarke, Dr. and
Mrs. Eugene Edelman, Dr. and
Mrs. Leo Fishbein, Bertha Foster,
Dr. Adele Hampton, Mt. and Mrs.
Edward Mandell. Anyuta Meliqov,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugo Pick, Frances
Sebel, Dr. and Mrs. J. Spirer, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman and
Dr. A. Wolfson.
The recital will benefit the
Haven School for the Mentally.
Handicapped. Additional informa-
tion about the musical event may
be obtained from Miss Brotman
at 58-0756.
Aronovitz Heads
Sholem Lodge
Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami at-
torney, has been elected president
of Sholem Lodge, the first B'nai
B'rith lodge to be established in
Miami.
Born in Key West, Aronovitz
attended the University of Fl>.--
ida, where he attained high
scholastic honors, culminating in
his appointment to Phi Beta
Kappa and Florida Blue Key.
He was one of the first South
Floridians to enter Berlin during
the war and was appointed acting
Chief of Military Government,
Intelligence Section, for the
United States Sector of Berlin.
Aronovitz is active in the Dade
County Bar Association and
served as vice president of the
Junior Bar Association. He re-
sides at 2701 S.W. 4th Ave. with
his wife, Elinore and children
Elaine and Tod.
Other officers are Jerome H.
Weinkle, first vice president;
David Stuzin, second vice presi-
dent; Sanford Swerdlin, secre-
tary; Edward S. Roth, treasurer;
Bernard Newmark, financial sc-
retaryj John Kronenfeld, mom-
tor; Edward C. Newman, assistant
monitor; Herbert Blume, warden;
PAGE THREE
Sidney Aronovitz
Frank Jaffe, guardian. Trustees
are Marvin Rauzin, Irving Saal,
Alex Cohen, Sam Silver, William
L. Pallot, Milton A. Friedman.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh Association, Partici-
pating Agency, .of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in-
forms the public:
1. Not to buy PASSOVER PRODUCTS unless you consult
an orthodox, authentic Rabbi as to the veracity of the
Rabbi who endorses the proauct;
2. That statements such as "Traditional S'dorim Conducted"
do not verify that the place is kosher;
3. That hotels and restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet
not be kosher for Passover as well as for the whole year
around;
4. That the insignia of the GMVH fl 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;
5. That chickens that do bear the ring with the insignia of
the GMVH C G t,. U m tne 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 Kashrulh call our Director. Rabbi
Joseph E. RackoTsky. 818 Michigan Ayenue. Telephone 5-3595.
H. SOOTIN, Sec.
S. LOBEL. Treat.
Miss Coopersmith(To Take Office
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Other members of the court are
Philip Smoley, royal patron; Mrs.
Sophie Englander, assistant .mat-
ron; Bernard Sklarew, assistant
patron.
Grand Royal Matron Irene
Frazier and Grand Royal Patron
Clay Wilson will serve as install-
ing officers.
Miss D'ana Coopersmith will be
crowned, royal matron of the
Flamingo Court, Order of the
Amaranth, pii Tuesday, April 4,
at 9 p.m. in Whitman Hall, 403
In all the projects having to do
with the expansion of the H1AS
activities in Israel. HIAS will not
only contriblue funds but will
also actively engage in the ad-
ministration of the required func-
tions.
HIAS during 1949 helped to re-
ceive 17,165 immigrant Jews into
the United States. Of these 13,731
were DPs from Germany, Aus-
tria, and Italy, and the rest were
quota immigrants from other
countries.
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GEORGE SMATHERS
EXTENDS GREETINGS ON THE
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
As Americans we should always be mindful of the Passover
Holidays. They are symbolic of the freedom the Jewish People
attained in ancient times and the continued fight for freedom
through the years.
As Americans we must be vigilant and remain on the alert to pro-
tect and make secure our America and the Freedom of which we
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Lavish Education
iiniier Sla$e4
[or April 23
Lg50 has been proclaimed Jew-
Education Year by the
L, can Association for Jewish
ucation. Throughout the coun-
I community affairs are being
Ud to celebrate this anniversary
Jewish education.
iMiami will mark the occasion
[th a dinner to be held on Sun-
[v fVpril 23. at 6:30 p.m., at the
lmonico Hotel, under th*
spices of the Bureau of Jewish
ucation of Greater Miami.
Speaker will be Dr. Joachim
linz. rabbi of Temple B'nai
fciaham of Newark, N. J. Di
|inz. who held a pulpit in Berlin,
as one of the first rabbis to defy
Hitler regime, which led to
expulsion from Germany in
.37 He is vice president of the
Jnerican Jewish Congress.
iThe dinner committee includes
lis. Matilda Ratner, chairman;
ivid Isen, Eli Hurwitz, Mrs.
fed Levine, Mrs. H. Seitlin and
jrs. Freda Newman.
Tickets for the Jewish Educa-
|pn Dinner are available at the
Sice of the Bureau,"318 Congress
Uiiding, 3-5858.
No Aggressive Intent.
Egyptian Official Says
TEL AVIV USD Egypt has
no aggressive intentions on Pales-
tine territory and is rearming
solely for defense in view of the
lesson its army received during
past fighting, the Egyptian War
Minister said this week, accoi cl-
ing to the Cairo Arabic Radio.
The station also said that the
War Minister had been told he
may send military missions
abroad without first securing the
Cabinet's permission, in order to
maintain military secrecy.
Both David To
Repeat Minstrel
^presents Camps
| Mis- Evelyn Bauer has been
ppointed personal representative
I this area for Camp Tel Hai,
Bucks County, Pa.;
unis Lake Camp. Andes, N. Y.;
amp Cayuga, Schroon Lake, N.
I: Camp Utopia, York Lake,
arryville. N. Y.
| Miss Bauer, who served as
punselor for six year old boys
Blue Mountain Camp in East
jtroudsburg. Pa., is also repre-
fentative for that camp.
[Information about any of these
amps may be obtained by calling
liss Bauer at 58-8803.
Award Date Extended
Closing date for mailing entries
for courtesy awards for March
has been extended to April 2, it
was announced by the courtesy
awards committee of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce. As
March 31 falls on Friday, the
two-day extension was granted
to permit the public to send its.
nominations over the week-end.!
with winners of the four $25
United States Savings Bonds to
be announced during the follow-
ing week.'
The year-round courtesy pro-
gram each month awards four
people with bonds for particular
acts of courtesy or for continuing
courtesy. Decisions of the judges
are based entirely on nominations
made by the public, which must
be made in writing to the com-
mittee. Letters or cards must
name their candidates and de-
scribe briefly the reasons for
their designation as "unusually
courteous."
Work Villages Set Up
JERUSALEM (ISDTwo work
villages for Yemenite immigrants
were established last week in the
Jerusalem corridor and three
more will be set up in Galilee
before Passover. Ten new settle-
ments will be in operation by the
Floral Festivity
There is a special thrill in re-
i ceiving flowers to add to the
I glow of a Passover holiday. For
the largest -selection of flower-
ing plants, novelty centerpieces,
cut flowers and corsages come
in or call. .
CORSAGES
from $2.50
PLANTS
from $3.00
he Jxotic Sarbrne, c?nc.
Miami Beach
60? Lincoln Rd.
(5-2961)
Miami
Flagler at Bridge (2-0519)
and
2790 S.W. 17th Ave. (2-3105)
Ft. Lauderdale
18 S. Federal Hwy.
(2-7562)
Flowers By Wire Everywhere
Save a Wlle out of each pay check and your Chase
Federal Insured Savings Account will grow into a
substantial sum in a surprisingly short time. Open
your account now.
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Hebrew University To
Open Kindergarten
JERUSALEM (ISDThe He-
brew University will open a
model kindergarten after Pass-
over. It will be run as a modern
educational system with equip-
ment used in progressive kinder-
gartens in Britain and America.
Two classes, one for children
of three and four years, and one
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tor children of four and five", will
be operated at first,. and an .
elementary school based on tne^SI
same principles will be opened ~"
at a later date. ,
The kindergarten will be sijper-
vised by a board consisting of
representatives of the university,
the Jerusalem Municipal Council,
the Education Department, work-
ing mothers and the Psycho-
Technical Instiute.

Edward Safer
Beth David minstrel show,
originally presented on March 12
and 13 at the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, is being brought
back by popular demand. Third
performance is slated for Sunday,
April 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach High School auditorium.
The cast includes both profes-
sional and amateur talent from
the affiliate organizations of Beth
David.
Co-directors of the comedy
show are Edward Safer and
Libby Fisher. Musical arrange-
ments are by Mrs. Phil Abrams
and chorus is under the direction
of Leon Shiff. Shirley Seligson
is dance director.
Mrs. Max Bergman is in charge
of ticket sales, and reservations
may be made by calling 3-5837.
Proceeds will go to the Beth
David building fund.
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For 25 years the name
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Greater Miami Jewish
causes.
In your time, of need let
us help you as we have
done for other grateful.
families
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Phone 3 3431 o- 9-1436
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1421 Washington Ave.
BEACH POULTRY MARKET
429 Espanola Way
BLACKSTONE MARKET
737 Washington Ave.
CLOVER SUPER FOOD
CENTER
1160 Normandy Drive
COMMUNITY MARKET
453 41st St.
DELICACY SHOP
1450 Washington Ave.
DREXEL MARKET
1447 Washington Ave.
EMPIRE MARKET
78 Collins Ave.
FIFTH ST. MARKET
938 5th St.
FOOD MART
7440 Collins Ave.
HARRY'S MARKET
732 6th St.
LEE-MAR APPETIZER
1434 Washington Ave.
LUNDY'S MARKET
1435 Washington Ave.
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MARCUS GROCERY
1055 Washington Ave.
MELODOFSKY MARKET
618 Collins Ave.
MICHIGAN MARKET
531 Michigan Ave.
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424 Collins Ave.
PENNWAY MARKET
1447 Pennsylvania Ave.
RAPHIL'S DELICACY SHOP
524 41st St.
ROYAL PALM DELICACY
SHOP
503 41st St.
SCHIFF'S DELICATESSEN
1600 Lenox Ave.
THRIFTY SUPER MARKET
519 Washington Ave.
WESTCHESTER MARKET
237 Collins Ave.
WHITE ROSE MARKET
87 Washington Ave.
ZION MARKET
1429 Washington Ave.
IN MIAMI
BRANSON FOOD STORE
1553 S.W. 3rd St.
CORAL GATE GROCERY
1747 S.W. 32nd Ave.
CY'S DELICATESSEN
5820 S.W. 8th St.
CYROS DELICATESSEN
1727 Coral Way
ESQUIRE DELICATESSEN
1362 S.W. 8th St.
G. & S. BAKERY
1047 W. Flagler St.
GLORIFIED DELICACIES
2133 Coral Way
HARRY'S DELICATESSEN
3617 S.W. 8th St.
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1131 W. Flagler St.
MURRAY'S DELICATESSEN
1551 S.W. 8th St.
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Marilyn Goodman Is
Suiwner Bridc-Elcct
Mrs. Goldenberg Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg
of Miami Beach honored Mrs.
Celia Goldenberg at a surprise
party on the occasion of her,
eightieth birthday Sunday night
Among the 35 guests present
were Mrs. Goldenberg's two
daughters. Clara Goldenberg and
Mrs. Goldie Feinberg. and two
grandchildren. Nathaniel and!
Herbert Feinberg, who are home I
from college.
Highlight of the evening was a \
conference long distance call with
Mrs. Goldenberg's five sons. The
ions, who live in Pennsylvania..
Ohio. Michigan and Indiana, were
all on the same line.
Mrs: Goldenberg has 12 grand-
children and seven great grand-
children.
.Marilyn Goodman
The betrothal of Miss Marilyn
Goodman to Stanley Cohen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohen.
Nashville. Tenn.. has been an-
nounced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Goodman. 6780 Hard-
ing Ave., Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami High
School, the bride-elect attended
Vanderbilt Univerity, where she
belonged to Alpha Epsilon Phi
ity. and is now a student at
the University of Miami.
Mr. Cohen is a graduate of
Vanderbilt University. from
which he will receive his master's
degree in June. He is majoring in
engineering and is a member of
Alpha Epsiion Pi fraternity.
Upon graduation he will join the
technical staff of the May Hosier}
Mills in Nashville.
A summer wedding is being
planned.
Mark 25th Anniversary-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horovitz
and Rita and Melvin Schwartz
were hosts at a surprise party on
Saturday night in honor of the
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Schwartz.
The Schwartzes came to Miami
four and a half years ago from
McKeesport. Pa., where Mr.
Schwartz was engaged in the
meat business.
Dance Will Aid
March Of Dimes
The Greater Miami Restaurant
Association will sponsor a dance
and floor show at the Bay front
auditorium on Saturday night,
April 8. according to Ralph A.
Stevens, executive vice president.
A floor show featuring Clover
Club entertainers, Rose Marie,
the Vagabonds and Jan Murray.
will be presented and Dave
Tyler's orchestra will play for
dancing. Rudy Chmelik will serve
as emcee.
All proceeds will go to the
March of Dimes, earmarked for
the polio ward in the Variety
Children's Hospital.
Tickets are available at all of
the better restaurants in the area:
all wholesale grocers, meat pack-
ers, dairies and equipment supply
houses; and the Greater Miami
Restaurant Supply office. 802
Pacific Building, phone 82-5054.
Florine Schwartz, Robert James Freedm
Exchange Vows, Rings At Temple Israel
INTERIORS BY
IDA AUGUST
STI DIO
1230 Alton Road
Ph. 5-1024
Dinner Aids Children
Pioneer Women's Club No. Two
of Miami Beach held a dinner
last week for the benefit of the
children of Israel.
Mrs. Lena Mintzes and Mrs.
Rose Marcus were in charge of
arrangements for the affair. As-
sisting them were the Mesdames
Molly Witner, Rose Astor, Phillip
Smith. Shirley Tarr, Anna Gold-
berg, Etta Vollinsky, Ida Book-
span, Rose Pressman and Rose
Atlas.
Guest speaker was Mrs. Harry
Faber. Others on the program,
which was arranged by Mrs.
Manya Shubow. were Mrs. Molly
Kaufman. Mrs. Anna Goldberg
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Dorff. Mrs.
Rosemary Gerson Kaplan led
community singing.
rilklngton
Rita Platt
Rita Platt Betrothed
To A. Melvin Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt. 4519
S.W. 16th St.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Rita,
to A. Melvin Morris, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hy M. Morris, 2645 S.W.
34th Ct.
Miss Platt attended schools in
New York and has been residing
in Miami for two years. She
is a member of the Sharet Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Miami Schools and the University
of Miami. He is commander of
the Coral Gables Post of the Jew-
ish War Veterans and is a member
of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and
the Air Force reserve.
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Ed Suss was elected president
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Center Youth Council at a meet-
ing of the group Monday night.
He succeeds Howard Fisher.
Other new officers include
George Schwartz, vice president;
Dottie Singer, corresponding sec-
retary; Sue Nelson, recording sec-
retary; Art Fleisher. treasurer.
The council is a teen-age
governing body composed of two
representatives from each of the
teen-age clubs in the community.
Monday night's meeting was
followed by a party given by
. Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the center, for the cast,
production staff and arrange-
. ments committees of the variety-
show presented by the teen age
groups recently.
300 Attend Model Seder
Approximately 300 boys and
girls, including 50 guests from
the First Methodist Church of
Coral Gables, attended the first
annual model Seder at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center Sunday-
morning. Rabbi Morris A. Skop,
Cantor Joseph W. Malek, Mrs.
Helen Gerstenfeld and members
of the daily Hebrew school and
Sunday religious school partici-
pated and explained the sym-
bolism of Passover. Mrs. Ralph
Bargteil and her committee ar-
ranged a special Passover lunch-
eonette. Joseph Koven took
movies of the proceedings and a
priz was presented to Dennis
Silver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Silver, who found the Aphikoman.
Leonard Glazer chanted the
Kiddush, Barry and Leslie Hal-
pert asked the Four Questions,
and Stanley Blumin and Danny
Glosser read the Ten Plagues,
while Gail Richman and Shirah
Skop blessed the candles.
Temple Israel provided the
setting for the wedding of Florine
Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Schwartz, 2147 S.W. 7th
St.. to Robert James Freedman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C.
Freedman, King Cole Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. The couple exchanged
vows and rings before Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan on Sunday at 3 p.m.
The bride wore a gown of slip-
per satin fashioned with sweet-
heart neckline and long tapering
sleeves, both edged with lace and
seed pearls, fitted bodice and a
full skirt caught in front with
satin rosettes. Her lace-trimmed
veil was secured by a satin head-
piece and she carried a white
bible topped with white orchids.
Mrs. Joseph Reisman, matron of
honor for her sister, wore a gown
of apple green marquisette and
carried pink roses. Bridesmatrons
Mrs. Richard Bell, Mrs. Seymour
Evans, Mrs. Jack Sharloe and
Junior Bridesmaid Patsy Reisman
were attired in pastel gowns and
carried roses. Linda and Arlene
Cohen served as flower girls and
Bobby Cohen was ring bearer.
Best man for his brother-in-
law was Jack Sharloe. Seating
guests were Joseph Reisman, Ed-
win Peretzman, Sidney Schwartz.
Herbert Schwartz was junior
usher.
Following the service, a recep-
tion was held in Kaplan Hall.
The bride's mother greeted guests
in a gown of aqua lace, while the
elder Mrs. Freedman was attired
in bronze taffeta. Both wore
orchids.
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. S. Evans, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Ornston,
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. I. Barchoff
of Atlanta.
After a honeymoon in Cuba,
the newlyweds will reside at
1560 West Ave., Miami Beach.
For traveling, the former Miss
Schwartz wore a navy suit with
lavender accessories.
A graduate of Miami High
School, Mrs. Freedman served as

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The membership drive now
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at the center, 13630 West Dixie
Highway.
The center is seeking to secure
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Miami Shores. Biscayne Park and
North Miami area.
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erson a My Speaking...
Mrs. I. Shienfeld and son, Paul, of Boston, Mass., are
Lending a month in Miami Beach, where they are visiting
(heir son and brother, Elliot.
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Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251 S.W. 7th St., recently returned
from Richmond, Va., where she attended the funeral of her
lister, Mrs. Sarah Green Sharove. Mrs. Sharove, who was well
nown in 'his area, was an active communal worker in her
tome city.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross of Jackson Heights, Long Island,
-. Y., are vacationing at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach, for
Weral months. Mr. Ross is recuperating after a long illness,
buring their stay, the Rosses are being entertained by Mr. and
Mrs Robert Sounders of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Saluk, 501 S.W. 65th Ave., flew to New
fork to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. They are
[uests at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. While there, Mr. Saluk,
jrho is manager of Barnett's, is attending the national furniture
onvention.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Silver, 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami
_ach, directors of Camp Osceola for Boys and Girls, are
.ntertaining Mr. Silver's brother and sister-in-law, Mr.' and
ilrs. Charles Silver of Pittsburgh, Pa., who have been attending
\ convention in Boca Raton. The visitors will spend the Passover
lolidays at the Traymore Hotel in Miami Beach.
* *
Barry M. Tuman celebrated his eiqhth birthday at a gather-
kg of friends at the Delmonico Hotel on March 29. Barry has
uen spending the season at the Delmonico with his parents
!r. and Mrs. Philip Tuman, 198 Trenor Drive, New RocheUe',
* *
Prominent residents of Atlantic City, N. J., who are spending
mid-season vacation together at the Delmonico Hotel are
rlr. and Mrs. William Rosen, with Mrs. Rosen's sister, Mrs
Annie Katz, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neustadter. They were
bined for the Passover holidays by friends from Manhattan
Bose Saldinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Perlman. Arrivinq
Ihortly will be the Perlmans' son, Sidney, Manhattan attorney
\ celebrate the holidays with his parents in Miami Beach.
* *
Returning to Hendersonville, N. C, are Mr. and Mrs. Sid
ewis, owners and operators of Duncraggan Inn there The
ewises are leaving to oversee preparations for the openinq
I the hotel on June 1. They plan to make numerous improve-
ments before the summer season.
~- *
Judah and Boris Rackovsky are visiting their parents. Rabbi
Ind Mrs Joseph E. Rackovsky, of Miami Beach. Both boys
p graduates of Yeshiva College and are seniors at Rabbi
Mac Elchanon Theological Seminary, the rabbinical school of
reshiva University.
* *
Miss Barbara Shevach, of Valley Stream, Long Island, N. Y.,
wll spend her spring vacation with her uncle and aunt. Dr. and
Mrs. Randolph Shevach of Miami Beach. She will return home
pith her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shevach of Brooklyn,
|i- i., who have been annual winter visitors since 1940.
* *
Ac wf' !da P,ner has as her housequests her daughter, Mrs.
pan bimpson, of New York City, and her son and daughter-
CmH mv^8' PhU Ptner. and their son, Jimmy, of Long
E N- Y- The visitors will remain until after Passover.
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to be held on Saturday, April 1,
at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
A student at Shenandoah Jr.
High, the young man is treasur-
er ad color guard of Boy Scout
Troop 85, which is affiliated wi*.h
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony and relatives and friends
are invited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Kanzer will be
hosts at a reception in honor of
the Bar Mitzvah on Sunday, April
9, at 8 p.m. at the Robert Richter
Hotel.
Service Dedicated
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Friday night's service at Temple
Beth Sholom will be dedicated to
adult education. At that time
Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach
on "You're Never Too Old to
Learn."
Certificates will be presented
to those who have attended the
Workshop for Jewish Living
series sponsored by the temple.
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Planning a summer wedding is
Miss Dorothy Rader, whose en-
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of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Steinberg of Brooklyn, has been
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PAGE ELEVEN
,n Stones To
Inserted In
W Svnaggues
Irt'SALEM (ISDThe trad-
lal custom of inserting stones
Mount Zion in new syna-
les in Isi ael and abroad was
Led "i Tel Aviv this week.
|r many pious persons, Mount
has become Israel's major
gince the Arabs do not
tit access to the Wailing Wall
fee Old City. Nearly 1.000
bns are visiting Mount Zion
and preparation* are now
made to receive 30.000 to
I during the coming Passover
lav Psalm music festivals are
hold on the Mount twice
iv. during the intermediate
[of Passover and the Feast
lbernacles.
|is a! Mount Zion that Israel
prializes the disaster that
look European Jewry. With
jdvent of Purim, a collection
broils of the Book of Esther,
led from the destroyed Jew-
Eommunities of Europe, was
\n exhibit. A special room has
dedicated by the Jewish
^iunity of Tunis in memory of
Israel-bound Jewish chil-
who lost their lives flying
North Africa to Norway
November.
bnes from Mount Zion are to
presented to representatives
foung Israel at Passover for
hion with the foundation
Is in a synagogue in New
fesover month programs on
ht Zion began this week in
Temple Watch above King
Id's Tomb. Traditional cele-
ons are held each year dur-
|he month of Nissan.
March 30 special services
park the anniversary of the
^ng in the Warsaw Ghetto
i began on the eve of Pass-
AS. >hich for many years
had an office in Tel Aviv,
recently enlarged this office
b.aced it under the direction
Ivid WLttheim, an American
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Obituaries
SOLOMON WIGDOR
79, of :i34 i:u-lld Ave., a rewidi nt
tor the paxl l.'p years, passed awav
'>>' ( i m :, local hospital. He
lemvea his tona, Dr. Harry wiriIoi- and
Jacob Wlador. The rematnt were Kent
to New York r. .1- services and Inter-
ment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850
Alton Una,!
DOROTHY FRIEDBERG
'., of moo coiiin- Ave.. paaaed away
this week in a local hospital. She
leaves her husband Louis, two sons.
.1". and Sidney, and a daughter,
Uargle, The remains were sent to
New Brunswick, N. .1 tor Becvli,-.- and
interment by Beach .Memorial Chanel,
1X50 Alton Road.
Package Party Slated
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Tfilah will hold a special
Chol-Hamoed package party on
Wednesday, April 5 at 8 p.m., ac-
cording to Mrs. Rachel Katz,
president. Mrs. Katz announces
that all refreshments will strictly
adhere to Passover Kashruth.
JACOB BERSON
60, of ? Jeffer* >n Ave. passed
awav In a local hospital this week.
He leaves bis Wife Anna, and two
S'iiis. Saul and I 'avid. The ivm. ;: s
were sent to Newark, N. .1. for servlci -
and Interment bj the Beach Memorial
Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
BESSIE KUPLOSKY
18, of i i"L' Drexel Ave., passed away
this week in a local hospital. She
leaves her husband, I.ouis. The re-
mains weir sen) to Brooklyn, x v..
to* services and interment by the
Beach Memorial Chapel, 1X60 Drexel
Forty-ihree thousand garments for children have been made
from textiles sent by the American Red Cross Chapter of Brooklyn,
N. Y to Magen David Adorn, Israel welfare agency. The garments
were made by various groups under the direction of Magen David
Adorn and have been distributed to needy immigrant children
arriving in Israel. In the photo are immigrant children being
outfitted with the garments made from textiles sent by the
Brooklyn Chapter. The Dade County Chapter of the Red Cross is
currently conducting a campaign for $271,084.
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The new company, which will
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foreign affiliates.
When completed, the plant will
be a single-floor operation capa-
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and 100,000 tires and tubes an-
nually Initially the plant wili
employ some 300 persons.
Arnerican-made equipment vill
be shipped to the new plant site
late this year in time for pro-
duction to begin early in 1951.
Israel's Minister of Finance.
Eliezer Kaplan, confirmed the au-
thorization for the formation of
the company in a letter to Mr.
O'Neil. He said:
"The Israel company (The Gen-
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Israel) shall, in order to enjoy
the benefits under the proposed
'Law for Promoting Investments
in Israel,' be classified as an 'Ap-
proved Investment'."
Joseph Andreoli, vice president
of General's foreign management
staff, is now en route back to the
United States following comple-
tion of arrangements for the
formation of the new company.
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+Jewish tlnrklP** '
PAGE THIRTEEN
ta.331 Arrived
IsraH In 1949
If., AVIV (ISD-The govern-
Tt has rcchecked its figures on
Lenomc nal growth of Israel's
ilation n 1949 and announced
week that 239.331 newcomers
ed in the yearmore than
persons every day.
at was more than double the
re for 19-18. when immigration
;.mted tu 118.993. In the first
Months of this year, 21,299
igrants came into the country,
ojng total immigration since
ktate was established on May
948 up March 1, 1950, to
figure of -;ti2.449
ring the early part of 1949,
immigrants came from Po-
although substantial num-
arrived from Turkey, North
a and the Balkans. Towards
end of the year, the largest
her i ited from the
|ith everj boatload of new
\a\s, Israel's people must con-
to make new and heavy
lii'uv.- -;a their limited
and sh( Itei with the new
|ers. Yel great majority
Israelis, despite the severity
(usteriiv regulations, are op-
to restricting the flow of
ligration.
Jiis was disclosed in a public
linn poll which asked 2,000
plis. representing a cross-sec-
of the entire country,
Ither they thought immigra-
shoulri be restricted,
tree out if every four people
Irered no. Agricultural setle-
Itsoffeiid the heartiest wel-
le to the new immigrants. In
II areas, i nly 19 percent op-
Id the present open-door
ley. In Ti I Aviv and Jeru-
22 percent- were against
fcstricttd immigration and in
la, 29 pi rcent
kople who have been in the
htry longestover 20 years
pnore strongly in favor of the1
door than the newcomers
Iiselves.
fomen 'ere slightly more
cal of unrestricted immigra-
71 per. nt opposed destric-
71 percent opposed restric-
agains: restricted immigra-
Munis Tiros.
At a recent luncheon at the Shore Club Hotel a $1,000
scholarship check was presented by Mrs. Louis Glasser, president
of the Conference of Jewish Women Orgnizations of Dad* County,
to Mrs. Nathniel Levin, representing the Haven School for the
Mentally Handicapped.
Medical Essay Contest
Open To Dade Students
Dade County junior and senioi
high school students have been
invited to compete in a' medical
essay contest for county, state and
national awards, Dade County
Medical Association announced
Wednesday.
Students in the 19 white and
four Negro public schools and six
parochial schools in the county
may submit essays dn the sub-
ject, "Why the Private Practice
of Medicine Furnishes This
Country With the Finest Medical
Care."
Essays, limited to 1,500 words,
will be judged on a basis of
knowledge and grasp of the sub
ject and must be submitted to the
Dade County Medical Association.
603 Dade Commonwealth Build
ing, by April 15.
Three prize winning essays
from the county will be entered
in the Florida Medical Associa
tion competition by May 1 and
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Prizes of $75, $35 and $25 will
be awarded by the county medical
group. The Florida Medical As-
sociation will make awards of
$100, $50 and $25, and six national
prizes will range from $25 to
$1,000.
possible. Prince Says
HTOSALEM USD Jeru-
p will never be international-
Prince Taial of Jordan was
this wei k at Latrun where
Visited the Hashernite Brigade,
Ning to the Ramallah Arabic
lo.
Deadline Set For
Queen Entries
All groups who wish to enter
a contestant for the title of May
Queen of Greater Miami, to be
chosen at the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Center May dance on May
7 at the Shore Club Hotel, must
turn in their entries by the first
week of April, Mrs. Ben Clein,
chairman, has announced.
Organizations which have al-
ready entered contestants are the
Miami Community Center, Miami
Beach YM & WHA, Coral Gables
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Miami
Beach Masada and Business &
Professional Group of B'nai B'rith
Women.
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week-end at the Shore Club Hotel
and many valuable prizes.
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)AY, MARCH 31, 1950
irael Farmers
,'o 4,H Loans
UruSALEM (ISDLoans of
[312.000 t farmers who suf-
1312.000
led from this years unpre-
wcre approved by
of the
Hented frost .
Finance Committee
lesset this week
But despite
adverse winter
But ae.spuc Mt.ot ..........
father, 400 more tons of vegeta-
C -.vere placed on the market
srael this February than were
keted last year during the
nth. The total last month
sion
he mo
3.160 tons.
four-year plan for the ex-
of fruit tree plantations
Deen drafted by Israel's
strv of Agriculture. Grape-
ps. fruits, olives, sub-tropical
ts and citrus will be planted
157.000 dunams of land.
four hundred thousand trees
been planted over an area
Jl.000 dunams by the Ministry
(Agriculture in the past few
Vths. Two million plants were
r touted by government
Jseries.
fifteen hundred Israel farmers
attend a convocation of
Irate agriculturalists during
feover.
Seniors Plan
rial Activities
[embers of the senior class of
Lear School are busy making
is for pre-graduation activi-
|..o item on the agenda is a
he trip to one of the Bahama
nds, to be followed by a
Jcheon the middle of April.
In the class will prepare for
limencement exercises which
p be on the theme, "Interna-
lal Cooperation."
Vently elected officers of the
ior class are Sheldon Miller.
Kident. and Barbara Green-
ti. secretary-treasurer. Officers
1 yearbook are Miss Green-
editor: Myrna Myers,
editor: Hernice Goldberg
tee Feldman and Hilary Rott.
prters.
Pepper Extends
Passover Wishes
Senator Claude Pepper, touring
south and central Florida on hi!
energetic re-nomination cam!
paign, issued a statement this
friend-1Shingumy many Jewish
friends a very happy Passover."
Florida s senior senator, who
had originally had a Miami radio
address scheduled for this Satur-
h r.efTv!ed *,hat "* changed the
date to Thursday, March 30, in-
stead as soon as I learend that
firstle^er!" ** eVening f the
Senator Pepper's thursday night
speech will be delivered at 8 30
Pum,'. "J,the Bayfront Park Band-
shell, Biscayne Blvd. and Flagler
St. In case of rain, it will be held
instead ms.de Bayfront Park
Auditorium, near 5th St
ih^nS PoIot' vice chairman of
mftade CVniy PePPer Com-
1^' r,?vlaled that "^e ad-
re" wil be a down-to-earth
hard-hitting discussion of al
major campaign issues"
The Senator, Pallor." declared,
will answer all questions posed
hi m a"d,enJe. as he did during
his March 2nd rally
Senator Claude Pepper declared
L"l. Eff? r.adl sPeech Thursday
night that "prosperity, progress,
and an honorable and lasting
peace can be attained only "by
s;n^neto Washington men whb
really believe in the Rosevelt
program and are willing to stand
up and fight for it."
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Zionist Youth
Unit To Meet
nHOX, mo"^hly meeting of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission will be held Wednes-
day, April 5, at 8:15 p.m. at
^mpleAeth Shalom, it was an-
BBSr* MrS- A' M- Mamlet'
The report of the nominating
committee will be given and elec?
tion of officers will follow. Movies
hLid 1 yUn8 Judaea conclave
held last month will also be
PAGE FIFTEEN
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lany immigrants in Israel,
Ir being fortunate enough to
pre housing, often find them-
without the barest house-
I furniture. HIAS has in con-
Iplalion the establishment of
IndI ior loans, without interest,
fnoy thpse necessities mav be
and Mrs. Moritz Drucker
and Family
I "The Original Drucker"
[W.sh All Their Relatives
and Friends
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with a number of neighboring
settlements jointly owning the
businesses. So far $400,000 has
been allocated for the import of
industrial machinery.
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fJewisti TtcrMian
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Survey Of Anti-Semitic Forces In U. S.
Will Be Made Public on April 10
.-A Measure of Freedom," the-
'^,h Sue and anti-democratic
the United States, based
Ke nation-wide fact finding
"H search facilities of the
Anti-D. tarnation League of.B'nai
Svith will be made public on
Anril Hi >t was announced this
week by New York Supreme
rourt Justice Meier Stembrink,
th,. lea-uts national chairman.
*Vffi by Arnold Forster,
adl's chief counsel and director
of civil rights, the survey will ap-
pear in book form on the same
date It was also announced that
a S 000-word condensation of the
^okc by Forster will be featured
In the April 11 issue of Look
Magazine.
The latest in the now-famous
se-ies national audits- prepared
bv the Anti-Defamation League,
the survey has already aroused
widespread interest and enthusi-
astic acclaim from those who have
seen the advance copies. Walter
Wine-hell in a recent column and
on the air has hailed the book as
"documented dynamite."
Organized bigotry in postwar
America .-till reaches proportions
of big business, the book reveals.
The fifty-seven hate groups cur-
rentlv engaged in anti-Semitic
activity -and the 49 regularly is-
nt.-Semitic newspapers and
periodicalsare described and
evaluated to give the reader a
true understanding of their im-
pact on the American scene.
In a chapter devoted to "Pat-
rons of Patriotism," the survey
undertakes a surgical analysis of
five 1> iders of professional
patriotism, It reveals motives, un-
covers the facts about finances,
supporters and details
propaganda techniques of the
"Unholy Five"Gerald L. K.
Smith. Merwin K. Hart, Joseph
P. Kamp. Upton Close and Allen
Zoll. Their combined incomes in
1949 approached a half million
dollars, the study shows.
The. second phase of "A Meas-
ure of Freedom" reports on the
extent of bias and discrimination
toward Jewsand other minori-
tiesin the economic, political
and social life of America. The
fate of Jews in such areas as em-
ployment and housing is discussed
in a chapter devoted to legisla-
tion enacted during 1949.
Discrimination in education is
the subject of a lengthy, heavily-
researched presentation for which
the league sought out the facts
from every liberal arts college in
the United States. One of ADL's
major current campaigns is its
"Crack the Quota" drive to elimi-
nate discrimination in the admis-
sion of students to colleges and
universities.
In a special research poll in-
vestigating the social attitudes of
college students, the league made
some interesting discoveries
which are described in the book.
For one thing, college students are
much less prejudiced than the
general American populational-
though college graduates many
years advanced from the campus
are more biased than their non-
collegiate fellows! For another,
college life has little effect in
reducing the incidence of pre-
judice among undergraduates, a
serious indictment of America's
system of higher education, the
evidence was that college seniors
soon to be graduated were no
more lioeral in their altitude than
freshmen just arrived at college.
The book contains similar re-
ports of scientific research, in-
cluding an overall review of the
score of tests, polls and research
investigations made on the sub-
ject of anti-Semitism during the
decade of 1940-49. Another chap-
ter offers a novel inquiry of dis-
crimination in sports. Much dam-
aging evidence is presented to |
point* up the bias that exists in
athletic clubs. _________
Contest Steering Committee Named,
Louis Snetman Chosen Chairman
Winners of the contest last year
were Mrs. Vladimir Virrick and
the late Rabbi Colman Zwitman.
A steering committee to direct
the Outstanding Citizen Awards
was named at the first organiza-
tional meeting last week.
Louis Snetman of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, was named
permanent chairman to head a
committee consisting of F. M.
Kline, Boys' Club of Miami; W.
D. Hilsabeck, Tropical Audubon
Society; Harry Jackson. Junior
Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Harry
H. Queen, Jewish National Fund; i
Joseph A. Rayvis, Sholem Lodge,
David Liebman, Central Beach
PTA; Art Calvert, American Le-
gion; and Charles R. Jacobson,
executive director, B'nai B'rith
Council.
"These annual awards are based
on the candidates' civic achieve-
ment in Dade County in 1949,"
declared Snetman. "The project
is not a popularity contest, but
is intended to demonstrate rec-
ognition by the community of the
unusual civic and social activity
on the part of a man and woman
during the past year."
Any resident of Dade County
is eligible for nomination and
candidates may be named by any
individual or organization. Nomi-
nation may be made either in a
simple letter listing the specific
achievements of the candidate or
by the use of the entry forms .to
be issued shortly to all civic,
service and various clubs in Dade
County. Only one letter is re-
quired to nominate. Additional
letters are unnecessary and will
have no bearing on the final se-
lection by the judge's panel.
All letters of nomination should
be addressed to Louis Snetman,
chairman, Outstanding Citizen
Awards, 330 Seybold Building.
The outstanding man and
woman chosen will receive
awards at a city-wide rally in
Bayfront Park at the end of May.
Mrs. Virrick was selected for her
"outstanding work and leadership
in the Coconut Grove slum clear-
ance program" and Rabbi Zwit-
man was chosen for his "wide-
spread cooperation in promoting
interfaith programs in this area."
Second organizational meeting
has been called for Wednesday,
April 5, at 8 p.m. in room 330
Seybold Bldg. All organizations
and clubs are invited to send
representatives. Information re-
garding the contest may be ob-
tained by calling 82-5685.
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
*kistncrM#r
FRIDAY, March ,,

PASSOVER IN ART
Bv SAMUEL PASNER
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The writer
of this article, a noted educator,
is a frequent contributor to
the Anglo-Jewish press.)
One of the many buildings well
worth seeing in the city of New
York is the Jewish Museum,
sponsored by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. In the three
years that the museum has been
open to the public, thousands of
visitors have been drawn to its
doors, with Jewish art as the
chief source of attraction. A per-
manent exhibit of this structure
in the heart of Fifth Avenue re-
lates to Passover.
The Haggadah's exhibited in
the Jewish Mupeum are fine
works of art. The earliest of
them reminds us of fifteenth-
century Spain when Jews were
forced to celebrate their Passover
festival with caution and in
secrecy. That Haggadah was writ-
ten and beautifully illuminated
in those days and has come into
the possession of the Jewish
Museum through the beneficence
of the late Mortimer L. Schiff. As
the use of printing became more
widespread, the art of pen and
brush began to have a rival in
the art of printing with wood-
cuts. Evidence of such art is seen
in a beautifully illuminated Hag-
gadah which was produced in
Prague in 1525 and in another of
Mantua in 1561. One beauti-
fully illuminated Hagaddah was
modelled upon that of Amsterdam
in 1695 but printed with engrav-
ings in Vienna in 1813. Another
beautifully illuminated Haggadah
brings us closer to our times as
we see on it the date of 1880 in
Italy. Finally, we realize that the
art of our ancestors is not lost to
the Jews today when we note the
kable talent shown in the
i of an Hagaddah recently
! in Israi I
~ re prominently
lisplayed There the tall and
stal Iver kiddish cup I
'- othei tups ar. I
ed Smaller in
i worthy of being
nsidered
is the silver seder cup used a'
the mid lie I
the eighl nt ntury and bear-
ing Hebrew iption an-
phecy oi takiny
lavi .v
oming
- time
: A
Tipti n Th sk
" in Germany
is r< vealed in a Berlin seder cup
' -ntury.
... the
it
song .n-
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f Jews of Lm .
f the nine!
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into oi
nee of he i
In the same century. Jews in
Bohemia made out of cut glass
another cup for Elijah and
decorated it with the view of a
family at a seder. Approximately
at the same time, a cup for this
purpose was made out of pewter
in Germany. In the nineteenth
century French Jews, in Paris,
made such a cup out of silver
and inscribed it with suitable
words.
Pewter was used extensively
by Jews for ornate seder or Pass-
over plates. Thatas we further
observe in the Jewish Museum
was especially so in the eighteenth
and nineteenth centuries. With
this object in view, faience was
used in Italy, as early as 1614.'
and in Liverpool in 1788. The
decorations vary greatly: a seven- ,
branch menorah. views of sym-
bolic food. Biblical scenes and
Hebrew quotations.
The haroseth and bitter herb'
dishes on display are particularly
attractive. One of them was made
in Germany out of silver. It re- |
veals a wheelbarrow driven by a I
farmer in recollection of the days
of slave labor in Egypt. The
wheelbarrow is divided into two
parts: one for haroseth and an-
other for bitter herbs.
Many Passover dishes of silver
are alsc shown with inscriptions
indicating the hard labor to which
the Israelites were condemned in
Egypt, These dishes were placed
on tables where the three
matzoths. known as Cohen. Levi
Eddie I a ii I or Has
Mew Protege
Eddie Cantor has had many a
protegeDinah Shore. Deanna
Durbin. Bobby Breen, Margaret
Whitingbut probably none dis-
covered quite so dramatically as
his newest find. 20-year-old
Eddie Fisher.
Cantor noticed the young bari-
tone on the Labor Day week-end
bill at Grossinger's. where the
'great showman-humanitarian was
headlining a Youth Aliyah-
Hadassah Benefit. Cantor listened
to the dark, curly-haired youngs-
ter's rendition of two popular
ballads, and then dramatically
interrupted after a third song.
| "Israel." had inspired him a
I well as the audience.
I On the spot, on-stage, he offered
Eddie a spot in the touring Cantor
troupe.
Fisher made good, and did so
well that Cantor kept him with
him on a three-month tour, re-
signed him for his current junket,
and even took him to Victor
Records. The Victor people took
one look and one listenand the
result is the release of Eddie
Fisher's first two records ("My
Bolero""Foolish Tears" and
"Sorry" "Yesterday's Roses")
recently. The curly-haired croon-
er's next two records were re-
leased shortly after the January
16 recording date.
Cantor's find is a full-fledged
successor to the Misses Durbin.
Shore. Whiting and young Mr.
Breen now. as Cantor's protege.
The veteran showman has intro-
inger's was undoubtedly the rais-
ing of $22,000 for Youth Aliyah
and Hadassah. But Eddie Fisher
might be pardoned for feeling
happy about
slightly selfish
turning point
career.
evening
reasonsai
his
in
the
singing
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,S,i ,," t"- 1^" earn* r!L-jw Sfi&tizgut ss
work. One of them, made in
Poland during the nineteenth
century, has flowers made out
of the scales of fish. The plates
for the seder table were at times
constructed from porcelain.
Among them are those brought
from Israel, containing the famous
invitation in Aramaic calling on
all in need to partake of the
Passover meal.
All these books, cups, dishes
and plates of Passover present a
picturesque portrayal of the
painstaking care taken by Jews
to make the Passover scene ap-
pealing to discriminating eyes!
They reveal an art attaining a
high degree of accomplishment
and seeking its inspiration in
religious subjects. They show an
intense interest by Jews in va-
rious ages and places in beautiful
objects requiring exquisite skill
in construction. Seeing and study-
ing all these artistic objects in
the Jewish Museum helps us to
lically and ef-
fectively, the epic and dramatic
Passover story based on a fight
for freedom by the Jewish people
in the face of persecution and
ippress
to 1000 disc jockeys presenting
Eddie Fisher as his new disc-
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youngster will be the nation's
most important singer of popular
tunes in a year. Trade press re-
viewers support him.
The most important event that
Labor Day week-end at Gross-
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pmAV. MARCH 31. 1950
Jewish Communities Enlist Broader
Leadership To Plan Campaign Budgets
NEW YORK, OTA)Against the backdrop of a changing
fund-raising framework, Jewish communities throughout the
United States are enlisting more widespread leadership in
current efforts to develop "realistic" pre-campaign budgets, the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds reported
this week.
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
B'nai B'rith Forms Past President's Club
The report said that the major
focus of negotiations now in
progress throughout the country
is on the position of the United
Jewish Appeal in the 1950 cam-
paign. A preliminary survey by
the Council indicates that while
it is not possible to trace a nation-
wide pattern of allocations en the
basis of present community ex-
perience, several clear-cut prob-
lems have emerged as the
dominant factors in community
pre campaign consideration*.
These include the question or
priorities, variation of percentages
based on different levels of cam-
paign achievement, local capital
funds, budgeting by fields of
service, and shrinkage and ad-
ministrative costs.
Revealing that there-was a de-
cline of 20 percent in total funds
raised in 1949 as compared with
the previous year, the C.J.F.W.F.
report says that budget-wise,
communities reacted to the re-
versal by tightening their al-
locations. Local commitments
were met, for the most part, with
some downward revisions in
allocations earmarked for capital
funds purposes. "The cuts fell
primarily on non-local benefici-
aries. The UJA, in accordance
with a resolution of its 1949
Atlantic City conference, is pur-
suing a policy of seeking pre-
campaign agreements on its share
of total funds raised, as a con-
dition for participation in local
welfare fund campaigns."
Reviewing their 1949 experi-
ences, communities have recogn-
ized the need for pre-campaign
planning and are accepting" the re-
quest of the UJA for a full oppor-
tunity to discuss and negotiate the
terms f its inclusion, the Council
states. In seeking solutions to the
complex problems associated with
pre-campaign budgeting, the
communities are bringing into
play all sections of community
leadership. Discussions are taking
place, not in budgeting commit-
tees alone, but in the full boards
of local federations of welfare
funds. Some communities have
organized special leadership
'meetings to discuss pre-campaign
planning and to obtain leadership
advice and thinking on suitable
formulae. In most cases, they are
undergoing a thorough study and
review of the basic elements of
their own communal fund raising
(situations, the report establishes.
Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and
Philadelphia will give the UJA
a straight percentage of the net
funds available without estab-
lishing any fixed priorities. Hous-
ton has set local needs as a fixed1
priority, in the event the 19S0
total falls below the 1949 level.
This was done after a review of
local budgets, leading to a reduc-
tion of about nine percent in op-
erating funds and 50 percent in
capital funds.
Miami has established a fixed
ratio of two to one between the
UJA and all other local and non-
local beneficiaries exclusive of
refugee .rieeds, shrinkage and ad-
ministrative costs. If the minimum
budget cannot be met, all non-
local agencies will receive pro-
rated cuts, and local agency
budgets will be reviewed for
possible savings. Newark has not
fixed priorities, but has estab-
lished a minimum budgeting base
20 pereent below the 1949 cam-
paign achievement. Local agency
needs have been set somewhat
below 1949, after intensive budget
review.
Formation of a B'nai B'rith
Past President's Club has been
announced by Charles R. Jacob-
son, executive director of the
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Council.
The organization, Jacobson re-
veals, will be developed along the
lines followed by similar units in
other metropolitan communities.
The club will have no officers, no
board of trustees, and will not
hold regular meetings.
-Purpose of this group will be
to act in an adv^ory capacity at
such times as Vital community
problems face the B'nai B'rith
Council in Greater Miami. Com-
munity leaders in the fields of
the professions, government, reli-
gion and commerce have been
presidents of B'nai B'rith lodges
in other cities as well as in South
Florida and their experience in
meeting current problems will be
invaluable," Jacobson declared.
A list of past presidents is cur-
rently being compiled and men
will shortly receive letters of
invitation advising them of their
selection to the honorary organ-
ization. It is indicated there are
more than thirty such candidates
in South Florida.
Past presidents of any lodge
now residing in the Miami area
Art Show Planned
The art committee of the Miami
Beach YM & WHA will sponsor
an oil and sculpture show from
April 16 to 30
Artists in the area are invited
to submit three paintings or works
of sculpture to the art committee
no later than April 10. They must
be works which have not been
shown previously in this com-
munity.
are invited to list their name with
the new organization by calling
the B'nai B'rith Council at
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Pre&dcni ?..-. aejeli enl G
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON The Federal \vx art
Goveni------ Ism tugfa esteem ._._.
:.-.t Jewish vein n bead
twc -'- _:.;.::
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Virgin Island*
M rra F it Ca;tr: descendant
:' ^ Portuguese Jewish family
ted I the Caribbean
an genet ti tu ag was
recently appointed govern r :
-. '.'-_- [slandi by Pre ent
7. iin an H intn ent was
i ted witt resl bee .- _-
1939 Ernes: Gruen of b New
York s governed Alaska
:- r- ..-. Pir.irr.i
1902 His p; ent! native Vj-ga
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ostructioi ..-'.;.
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general adviser to
--, y 5 drlcfation to the Seventh
F i A en -_ r.: i. r. conference. The
in| yea: he was a member
noted the creat;on of the Division
of Territories and Island Posses-
sions in the Department of In-
terior and appointed Gruening its
f:rst director. His duties as di-
rector took him on numerous in-
::
- -.^ ---- o ;nvited by the spection trips to Alaska. Roosevelt
Tuba to make an appointed him governor in 1939
ec Domx and social survey. j and he has since been reap-
Ir. 1834, President Roosevelt pointed.
Gruening u sa;c
circles to have beer. a TuL ,ngtn
and adviser to Pre^pjg
possibilities d5K2L>
undeveloped re^ou-4. Pm?t <*
settlement of a mucr"-Pad,"? ,he
ulation there. 'eaterpop.
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M '.-.'.: app mtment
rved ret gmtion
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An Orthodox Jew i- Castrc .,
president : the Virgin islands
Synagorje Congregation Bless-
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" j --:.-., : Alaska
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- be played in >perat: -
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A native ..' New York Gruen-
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
RIM
le
Ivealou
SIDE INFORMATION:
Inside information on the fund-
kina agreement reached among
Hebrew University, Weiz-
n institute of Science and
Haifa Technion can now be
The agreement pro-
fo;- ioint fund-raising on a
rM-wide basis ... All cam-
on income throughout the
rid will be sent to a Jlnt
iincil in Israel and distributed
that council The Technion
to get 10 percent of the world-
de total, or 15 percent of the
nerican total, whichever is
$350,000 is guaranteed The
lance is to be divided between
Hebrew University and the
tizmann Institute The uni-
usity is to get 60 percent and
institute will receive 40 per-
t of the first two million
illars Of the next three
aiion dollars, the university will
getting two-thirds and the in-
ute one-third Further
gotiations will be conducted if
balance is over five million
pars The Haifa Technion
only a beneficiary of the joint
ive. but is not a party to the
reement. which is a contract
tween the Hebrew University
d the Weizmann Institute .
,e agreement between th two
titutions has no termination
(e Either party may, after
o years, give notice of its desire
terminate the pact, or to change
provisions ... In the United
tes the joint fund-raising
paign is already in effect .
other countries local decisions
1 be made on whether to have
nbined or separate drives .
either case, the funds will be
led in Israel and divided there
accordance with the above
ula The American
|ends of the Hebrew University,
American Committee of the
izmann Institute and the
lerican Technion Society are
to continue in existence as
mbership organizations .
by can collect separately mem-
ship dues, limited to ten dol-
s per member, and can separ-
ily seek legacies and bequests
. A new office' is being estab-
ed in New York to represent
of them for campaign pur-
es .

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must be filed in Germany, pre-
ferably in the German language,
not later than March 31 of this
year Almost any Jew who
has emigrated from Germany
since 1933 is a potential claimant
. And refugees in this country
who were at any time imprisoned
by the Nazis in Germany are
eligible for substantial indemni-
fication ... An eligible claimant
may recover 150 German marks
about $35.00for each month of
imprisonment ... He can recover
up to 75,000 German marks for
loss of property ... He can also
claim up to 25,000 German marks
for loss of economic opportunities
. These funds are now blocked,
but they may be available later,
or may be used for welfare pur-
poses in Germany The HIAS
and the United Service for New
Americans have alerted Jewish
communities throughout the
country to the need of immediate
action on behalf of those who can
still file their claims ... So did
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, through its
Institute on Overseas Studies.
Beach Center Choir To
Chant Services At Delano
The choir of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center will chant the
Passover services to be held at
the Delano Hotel on Saturday
and Sunday, April 1 and 2. Of-
ficiating in the traditional rites
will be Cantor Milton Freedman.
Ben Yomen will conduct the choir
and Margaret Ben Yomen will
be at the organ. Services will
start at sundown. Reservations
may still be made.
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HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
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Synagogue Unit to
Meet In Memphis
Announcement that the sixth
annual convention of the South-
eastern Syngagogue Conference
will be held on Friday, Saturday,
Sunday and Monday, April 28,
29. 30 and May 1, in Memphis
has been made by I. Rosenblatt,
president, and Harry Stein, chair-
man of the executive board.
A meeting of the women's di-
vision and the synagogue youth
organization of the conference is
also being planned during the
convention session.
All affiliated synagogues of the
states of Georgia. Florida, Ala-
bama, Tennessee, Soui".i Carolina,
North Carolina, Mississippi, and
New Orleans, Louisiana, are being
invited to elect delegates for this
convention.
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+Jt-*tottfk*k*>r)
FRIDAY.
MARCH
31.
Passover Quiz Box
tick' This. tkec*"was ihetr crti:- elected
ct b*4ore Passover"
By rabe: samuxl j rox
Q.: Wav the Sahbetfc before
Passover called "Shabbo* Hago-
dol" The Grea: Sabbaibl?
A: Many r.:e:r;:.r._ reason
are offered fcr ir^s Tne nvos
eceptsd rezszr. :; Luiluijt Ao
: :rd.r. :: :rsd::.:.r. the Sabbat.
before the Ksodtu from Egypt
:;:-r:ed on :he ten lb cay of the
Hebrew iuubOj Maa Th^s
happened to be the very day -jpoc
v..-.:.-. the Israelites litre ?rcered
:e set assde a Iamb for each borne
'Exoc'js Chap 12
They were afraid to obey this
: mBand of Moses since the iamb
was a sacred anrmai to the
Egyptians and they were fearful'been lateMMl
: I bringing out the wrath of the- tether mWl r.
eppresser any furtfcer. Upon the Jnenns that
Beinberg Heads
B'nai B'rith Youth
Howard Kleinberg has
president of the
3 nth Youth Council for
q Mm the firstborn tradi- .: has been announced by
rio=aUT required re fast ea tbeiBrith youth director.
I Lew-s. Kiemberg
been
B'nai
1950.
B'nai
Selrr.a
suceceds Ed-
ard Tescher. The council repre-
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"bone 2-
GREETINGS
TO ALL...
opfceasar Ffcaresfc A: tha ears
name tmmrn fmt Bntvtaa :: the
Israehaei were saved tram the
they iaeed ihf
the Exodus mMMtM
were t;m ry ibe
are tberefxr* asced ".: fast
Mewaaee of Motes, the umMtmlmtt | horn are aade te lee!
preceeckd to carry out the order.
The larr.bs made enough noise to
catch the attention of aH the
Egyptians who were filled with ;
anger at what they considered a i
sacrtiege to their god.
They were, htmevei. mjracu-|
loCMBy stricken with silence and]
were unable to complain. Thus
r.-seisteuv vice president; Candy
Wbaataaaa, recording secretary';
Car.'. Jafiee. corresponding sec-
iretarv; Bob Cooper, treasurer;
tr.e sir* rr.rrwr* ^^ ^^ historian; Adrian
"/ ""r* I Lrpkm. parlimentarian and Jack
_~ /l_. 7Z Lahci. sergeant-at-arms.
lTlf7' -.\ At the recent District No. Five
.^T *"J1 A2A tournament in Charleston,
" S- C. the AZA No. 322 basketball
Mam won first prize
debate team of Albert
and Sonny April won
thf f-ns-h:.- s^\
zLkTje T*r Fe.nrr.an
"IJj, second place in the oratory con-
pray to Ge they are worsv of CT"-___________________________
bemg saved with their israeLte ...... .......
brethren.
the first pru: act of the deliver-
ance iirr.e or. ttus dav. Since it
i= :.-.e Sabbath, the Sabbath
before the Passuver festival is
il-i; = tesignatsd as the "Great
Sabbath :: commemorate the
Q.: Why is a iiwiil party made
fox the first-tent ea this dav of',
fasting in the synagogue?
A.: TracHtior. has ordained that I
whoever is m attendance at a
feast connected with a holy deed
shall not fast on anv :f the minor
TO ALL
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greaxnesi ;:' larad qd that day.} fasts such as ihe fast of the first-
: the Egyptians. born. It is customary for the rabbi
Mrs.
Other ^r'j-r?; z~.v?
moreltt gather the f.rst-rxrr. :r. the
praei.:;. reason for calling this < dav ;: the fast into the s-.-nagogue V P PT TTMMF1R
S=:r = :.-. :.-.* Gre=t S=::a:h : read 3 tractate :f the Talmud V" U* *

r.s
ure -a-;
them.
IracLtionalxy the Sabbath before with them and to have the feast
the Passover .= -e in which most
:'. the day >uk be spent in the
synagogue especially oideii,
times After the service?, the
multitude assembles to hear the.
rice, advise :r. the rr.ult.ple de-
tail Ivedill c:vpa:.r.?';-r the
- -. =r. '- :.:.,..-..-.. .1 _: ..-
length i.-.t rr.portance of the holi-
day The Passovei tows being the
most intricate of say lidaj the
:..._.-.-.as wetdd take a ior.g time!
and thus the day was a "T)ig" dar|
:r a "Great Sabbath."
Others cia,m the day's great-1
r.e = ; ii due t-c- the fact" that his-'
toricaHy it was on the Sabbath
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before the redemption (which
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is
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and Patrons
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if


DAY. MABCH 31, 1950
vJetvisljncr/dtojn
'*WWWWW
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
Freedom Is Indivisible
By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN
At the begnning of Jewish history stands an act of liberation thou* wast" a" ser'vanTfrTt^ E
e Exodus from Egypt. It is both symbolical and characteristic of Egypt and the Lord thj God
the period of slavery and suffering in Egypt became later, brn,|pM ttiaa ~., *-_ i-------
,n freedom was won, the incentive and rationale of the
Ititude of Jewish laws commanding that kindness be shown
ie stranser. "Love ye there-
for ye were
n the land of Egypt."
he ethical conscience of Israel
|eved the most difficult of
Bl feats: the sublimation of
desire for revenge into toler-
goodncss and kindness.
Itz Lazarus, the eminent au-
|ty on Jewish ethics, was
therefore when he stated
"whatever was most lovely
lioble and inspiring in Jewish
[became a memorial of the
Bus."
, the legal sphere, virtually
[entire legislation pertaining
Ireigners in the Jewish com-
mty is based upon the memory
le Exodus and the harrowing
Iriences which preceded it.
se you have eaten the bitter
_ of slavery and affliction,
jmust pity the stranger and
Ihink of oppressing him, Jew-
flaw demands insistently.
Ing suffered ourselves does
entitle us to impose hardship
r "V uuu commanded mee t
this precious possession. Btit also i^.uhe Sabbatn day." The week
the year-round Jewish customs y no,llday of freedom" fror
the stranger, for ye ,..t r?~~r. ~..* .
the year-round Jewish customs
and ceremonies are correlated
with the theme song of the Pass-
over holidayFreedom.
In a certain sense all the festi-
vals of the Jewish calendar, as
well as the Sabbath, are "mem-
orials of the exodus from Egypt,"
which marked the birth of the
Jewish people in freedom and
independence. Thus the Sages of
the Talmud pointed out that,
while Passover witnessed physical
deliverance from slavery and op-
pression, Shavuot, the festival of
the Giving of the Torah, marked
the spiritual "Declaration of In-
dependence" from anarchy and
lawlessness. Nor is the note of
freedom lacking from the ideas,
and the ceremonies which em-
body them, of the High Holy
Days. Rosh Hashona and Yom
Kippur, the momentous days of
awe and repentance emphasize
the cardinal teaching of Judaism
.others": on thV?"contrary,"ad- *hat man is endowed with free-
ly must teach us to be kinder om of *he .Wl11- He sins because
more sensitive to human |?e so wllIs 'tand he can return
fring than those who were from wrong-doing if he so re-
|r tested in the crucible of solves- "collective freedom is the
This is why Jewish law cfntral them-? of Passover, indi-
j __:_. virtual ethical friwlnm io Iho
pates, time and again:
hd a stranger shalt thou not
Ing. neither shalt thou op-
s him; for ye were strangers
Ihe land of Egypt.
le stranger that sojourneth
m you shall be unto you as
Ihome-born among you, and
li shalt love him as thyself;
ye were strangers in the
1 of Egypt,
u shalt not pervert the
:e due to the strangerbut
shalt remember that thou
a bondman in Egypt.
?n thou beatest thine olive
. thou shalt not go over the
fens again; it shall be for
[stranger .
len thou gatherest the
>es of thy vineyard, thou
not glean it after thee;
ball be I ir the stranger .
|d thou shalt remember that
j wast a bondman in the
1 of Egypt; therefore I corn-
Id thee this thing."
pse and scores upon scores
Bmilar biblical and post-
tal Jewish utterances prove
Msively that yesterday, even
fay, his suffering presented
Jew not merely a personal
lem but. above all, a chal-
[to raise the moral standards
"> own group and of all man-
! Prayer Book jubilantly ac-
Passover as "the season
^"Deration." The ritual of
is centered in observ-
nphasizmg the value ol
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vidual ethical freedom is the
dominant note of the High Holy
Days.
Succos, third of the festivals
which were observed in ancient
Palestine with pilgrimages to the
Temple in Jerusalem, was insti-
tuted as one more reminder of
the exodus and the wanderings
in the desert. We are commanded
to dwell in booths for the eight
days of the festival as a memorial
of the mode of living of our
ancestors in the wilderness, on
the way from Egypt to the
Promised Land.
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Even the sanctification of the
Sabbath, which is commanded
because "in six days the Lord
made heaven and earth, the sea
and all that is in them, and rested
on the seventh day," was linked
to the memory of the exodus:
'And thou shalt remember that
brought thee out from thence
by a mighty hand and by an
outstretched arm; therefore the
Lord thy God commanded thee to
from
every-day toil and labor is thus
inextricably linked with the
exodus for, as the Jew sees it,
individual and collective freedom
are mutually interdependent.
Liberty is indivisible.
The inspiration potentialities of
the exodus, however, have not
been confined to the Jewish
scene. Throughout the centuries
that have slipped by since Israel
went out from Egypt, men in
quest of freedom have harked
(Continued on Page 27)
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX
fjenistncrxf&r
FRIDAY. MARCH
Passover Traditions
By HAROLD EIDLIN
Modem tradition-rich Passover km no*, olwayi been wbai
is is now. Celebrated today as c corr.rr.err.r:a::r:-. z: the grew
Exodua from Egypt PaMOvex mi observwd a.sc as a Spring
ies-.iva! z:.z harvest.
Today's eight-day festival starts the case day the ln c.
- .....
-

ecaili
:


.
ruch the : -- v;
-:'" '' essages did no1
'_'--'": sunation in tim< the extra day
-'-- -:: -"- -r > was added so that at 1< si
because there ... .-.-. centra] au-
t not been sufficient tune I :. rities .A-ouia be bserved. To-
M I ::^ r.;-e- day Brthodox and conservative
" ^.P*** sr the Jew! ^-ae ;5rae; rfctair. thil
_ '' -;rie.:te* :u.. .. wh;le re;0rrr. Jews have
. =iy Piifiver rerr-aini as the discarded it in favor of the
- L '''"' "j^sjn o. i or:g;nal Biblical svsterr..
Hag| ted each The modern Seder table be-rs
explanations symbobc reminders othe Pass-
- colored with g* **" reIa Kd k )k-
- ears tl psalms and Exodus The bitter herbs the
naroseth. a pasty mixture of
* -Z ,.-.-.:_. :...: : tr. e <*--'PPi aPPle- tS; and
rualfeasU vas the cinnamon is actually taken to
. ,aten by all mem- < **e*ten1 ,!he -;h.arPness, of **
even at t da> nerbs. but popularly interpreted
- a Hebrew word mean- signifying the mortar which
lei .1 thmgs"renlains ;"e Israelites treaded during
ignii ant part of the bondage. T*e roa^ ew marks
..' :: I :... *J special additional sacrifices
as but the mnei offered in Uie Temple at Passover.
...... eafa '"wvne,/wlamb ^efains
Haste was imp rt nl -; -He symbol ol the paschal sac-
.-' '. me decayed
rfice. and the parsley and
- :he characteristic side-
: the anicent banquet.
- r cups of wine tnat
Seder .are of a
8 rigin. According to
. es they rresp >nc to
..: expri n tne
I og God's d
-. from bond-
ng you at from
: th< Egyp-
: l you of 1
: will redeem you.
Ice you to M< I -
source*
ps refer to
:' ... i Scnp-
rtiich that
from the

ti 5ting of
.: i tilling
goblet 1 l
E s belie' I c me
S
Messiah. The
cplained
. into ; retati n
- s 1 I P -
nig il t watch
- e: .;.:
r for Elijah
..:_. i on Page 27)
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Business Phone 58-102!
Residence Phone 5-1"
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Paul R. Stegeman
JEWELER
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
"Fine Watch Repairing"
2304 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
PHONE 4-6081
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DADE GAS CORPORATION
BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES
5998 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 7-9931
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... .
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OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
MIAMI FLA.
921 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-3580
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRON'S
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 9-2291
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
FLORIDA GRINDING CO.
Distributors for Kleen Kui
Meat Band Saw Machines
Knives to Butcher. Hotel.
Restaurant
Servicing of Meat Choppers and
Meat Band Saws
RENTINGSERVICING
201 S. W. Fourth A v..
PHONE 3-5231
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>athan Siraus-llufiarqiH'i. Inc.
FURNITURE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES
HOTELS RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS CLUBS
Miami Branch: 1100 N.E. SECOND AVE., MIAMI 18. FLORIDA
PHONE 3-0861
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ANTILLA HOTEL
1108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Phone 48-1714
CORAL GABLES
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Phone 2-53651
61 N.E. 26th Street
323 W. 47th Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
FITIIIAX STUDIOS
Miami Bead|
DANCING SCHOOL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
IIou.mt Company, Inc*.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
Florida Bond and Mortgage Co.
Mortgage Loans & Investments
Hohmt Realty Co., Ine.
Real Estate Property Management
Firs* National Bank. Miami Phone 3-2648
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%
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Super Markets^ ^
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*
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)AY, MARCH 31,1950
Freedom Is Indivisible
vJeniftiilorfctetn
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
1
(Continued from Page 25)
Ik to the ancient Jews' struggle
libeitv. When the Pilgrim
Ihors landed on the shore of
tl. England, they rendered
Inks unto God who had guided
L, across the Atlantic, even as
had led the Israelites dry-
i through the waters of the
Sea. And when the Negroes
out the stabbing sorrow of
lir race, they express it in
tes' ancient plea to Pharaoh:
It my people go!"
L Oscar Strauss pointed out,
[Bible was to the Puritans not
L- their guide in religion, but
then textbook and blue-
st for the ordering of their
flic affairs and, especially,
interpretation of the Ameri-
destiny:
fciey seemed to recognize a
liking similarity between
\ir own hardships, history
condition and those of the
fidren of Israel under Moses
Joshua. They quoted its
fts with literal application.
eir condition they character-,
as 'Egyptian Bondage.'
iies I they styled 'Pharaoh,'
ocean whose hardships and
ngers they were driven to
founter they spoke of as the
Sea. America in whose
.ds they had come was their
ilderness.' and in after days
shington and Adams were
lerred to as their Moses and
Joshua."
The design suggested by a
committee composed of Franklin
Adams and Jefferson for the seal
of the United States showed the
Egyptians drowning in the Red
Sea with the Jews, under Moses'
guidance, rendering thanks unto
God. The proposed motto for this
seal was "Rebellion to tyrants is
obedience to God."
*
According to the Haggadah,
"Israel was redeemed from
Egypt in the merit of four things:
they did not forsake their Hebrew
names; they did not forsake the
Hebrew language; they did not
reveal their secrets; and they did
not neglect the commandment of
circumcision."
This early rabbinic enumera-
tion of the elements which make
for Jewish survival is accurate as
well as fraught with timely signi-
ficance. Today, even as in ancient
Egypt, those Jews who retain
their Jewish identity are the
builders of the Jewish future.
Another Aggadah has it that
"Israel was redeemed from Egypt
thanks to the pious Jewish wom-
en." This, too, is an accurate
statement and precise diagnosis
of the secret of Jewish survival.
For where else but in the Jewish
home is the art of Jewish living
and the ideal of Jewish loyalty
taught? And who else if not the
Jewish mothers are the perennial
Passover Traditions
[Continued from Page 26)
|ed a more dramatic purpose
the Middle Ages. Because
fcover coincided with Easter,
were accused of using
stian blood for performing
When the door was to be
bed for Elijah, it was flung
wide so that all could see
complete innocence of the
eedings.
reclining position assumed
| the Passover meal signifies
the ancient fashion of re-
ngat meals and the ease and
Bom which Israel came to en-
as a result of its'liberation.
nong the many songs sung at
inclusion of the Seder is
[counting song, which begins
whi) knows one?"and con-
tinues to thirteenthe thirteen
attributes of God. It has also been
suggested that the song was
originally designed as a sort of
catechism for boysan additional
verse being learned each year
until 13, the age of religious ma-
jority. Another is the "Had
Gadya," the final song of the
Haggadah. which is written in
doggerel Aramaic and is popular-
ly taken to be an allegorical his-
tory of Israel. First sung as part
of the Seder services in Germany
in the late 16th century, today
it is familiar to Jews of all
countries.
And ineed, so dynamic are the
history and traditions of the
miracle of Passover that they
form an eternal common bond
for all Jews the world over.
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
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Best Wishes For A
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TO ALL A MOST
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t* West Flagler St.
Phone 9-2141
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ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM"
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PLASTERING BY
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450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
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way of life?
Our ancient sages said that it
is incumbent upon every Jew "to
regard himself as if he in person
was liberated from Egypt." By
thus linking individual Jewish
loyalty, Jewish ritual observances,
and law and ethics, that is to say,
Judaism in its all-inclusive uni-
versality of interests and spheres
of action with the historic moment
of the exodus, Israel's bondage in
Egypt has been a source of bless-
ingnot only for those who were
liberated from it but for all
freedom-loving men and women,
everywhere.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
1
W. CARROLL WILSON
Real Estate Appraiser & Consultant
duPont Building
Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
end Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
2 S.W. Third Street
PHONE 2-7M4
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*
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and
ASSOCIATES
GREETINGS
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DRAPERIES SLIPCOVERS
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Phone 48-1021
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STEAKSCHICKEN "VUii Our Dubonnet Room"
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i I
i
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3139 North Miami Avenue, MiamL Florida
CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL
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Offices In: Jacksonville, Fla., Tampa, Fla., Lakeland, Fla.,
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m
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PHONE 89-2411
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TO ALL A HAPPY
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200 N. E. First Ave. Ph. 3-6404
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Miami Beach
Phone 5-6707
*
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ijt
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MR. AND MRS. HERBERT NAUHISON
AND DAUGHTER MURIEL ANN
LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS
Phones 48-246548-9862
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CORNER
RESIDENT AND
DAY SCHOOL
1849 James Avenue
PHONE 5-3849
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS.
Manufacturing Jeweler
127 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 2-2772
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
*Jenist FicrkJiair
\>
FRIDAY, MARCH n
Looking
Toward Greater Freedom
In Israel
Bv ADA ORES
conditions prevailing there for
the past several years. Another
important factor is the large per-
centage of people from backward,
mostly Oriental countries whose
children often find the guidance
of their parents useless in this
modern world. Also, the parents
are too busy providing for their
large families to supervise them
effectively. During the last year
alone five new community cen-
TEL WIVWith the spirit for the men and a rug-weaving
ol freedom in the air this Pas- shop for the women There will
uvt-r the people of Israel have also be a hospital and a farm, ine
en-barked on another movement staff will be housed near the
to extend liberty in this country, prison compound.
Locking toward the day when Prisoners are well fed
there will be no prisons nor huma
prisoners in the land of Jewry. tlonary
the authorities have begun to re- _are allowed a few cigarettes a .,,,:
" S6JTUJ t: i&'m- .7.SS3
aSJflS--? 5SSSLT5 : ="^
t
in
Inelv treated ShT^^ ters caring for up to 400 neglected |
v;. et \t f all more requiring similar attention. t
tions
Members of the staffs of the
Ministries ol Justice and Police
have been studying methods of
prison administration and peno-
logv abroad Judges also visit
jaFls and report on their findings
to the Ministry ol Justice.
On Ivice ol Judge Samuel
L-. lb the Brooklyn Board
of Jud^- Bdmond Fitz-
gerald I visit Israel for a few
its government
n tl .- ." s He found
xpectedthat local
ly primitive i
icing and 1 il
. si ng iealist
..-.. rii then best t
: -.-.-- : -... n Furl
let tils : th rep I havi not
jblishi i In any case, in-
' .- I : ms aT6
nstantlj Am : I
th< inti luction ol n
.-. lian ] nnel insu ad I mi-
:.- and the ti
: | LinishmenU '. r ins .
n it n Prisoners now si
:. : eds insu i I n mat
:'. j: as previou
I'p : : .'. :. 7- I M :. : ; '..
: vi d as Israel's cen-
; :. Small auxiliary jails
; ened in all major
- ifte a thorough renova-
but are already insufficient
snd overcrowded. Besides there
k-ups loi persons awaiting
trial which are always crowded
i suit of the large backlog
in the court calendars. Insane and
inically ill prisoners must
letimes be confined to police
stations, and the lack of pris n
pitals facilitates escapes during
doctors.
A new order began a few
go, when the army re-
Itiished the former British
police fortress between Ramleh!
Lvdda which is to be trans-
formed into the country's only!
il with a capacit) ]
: : 1.000 inmates. Plans for |
ilitati n exist from
nandat days, but extens
e needed to enlai.
th( Rai : : treSS. Trie :.:
n which prisoners are
.- to be cor: pli ti I
thin i hall .: .-. hi n the
nt will be capable
500 inmates
. ''.::. :' P '.. r.- -
the ORT Union for
ment I mod i
the plam ntral
prison at R I <.:'.
probably set u)
probation officers to jail sent-
ences.
Meanwhile, preparations are
continuing to replace existing,
outdated legislation by laws mak-
ing possible the re-education of
the greatest possible number of"
juvenile offenders. The program
includes new regulations for pub-
lic control of privately-adminis-
tered institutions of this type, in
which the youth protection de-
partment of the ministry of wel-
fare is greatly interested. It will,
however, be able to benefit fioin
such amendments in most cases
only if sufficient funds are
found.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
t Reasonable Price,
NATHAN ALEXANDER
AND FAMILY OF THE
DIXIE CASH MARKEt|
39 N. W. 14th Stxnt
MIAMI, FLORIDA
he lot of prisoners, which were offenses, they must sometimes be
n existence during the Manda- kept with grownups, with war-
l0ry regime when the jails were dens trying in vain to keep
fuli of political convicts, have apart from hardened enrr
lapsed. Lately, a new program for | Judges therefore h^tote to
*&* ^TSiS 1K&S
com-
.- and mit young people to custody.
radios for the inmates has begun, while the respons.ble minister
Another major problem which makes use of an obscure para-
was also investigated bv Mr graph in a regulat.on to release
Fitzaerald is that of juvenile de- all youngsters for whom no place
Before medepndence- atory homes. More and more
.- mainly a worry of the judges prefer ordering the chil-
V id Leumi Nati nal Council) dren placed under the care of
the Palestine government's J ,.,,...,_, ......- -
facilities :" i the care of children
was i xtremely inadequate Sev-
eral good starts were made at
in providing play-
er unds s metimes summer
. :. country, works:- IDS,
and other devices for keeping
slum- tuldren out of mischief
This work continues. The w
: i| ti n are chiefly re-
sible : the recent acute
ti n of the problem
[1 as bet:. and : >n-
i ..- s to be a particularly im-
tant pi )blem in Jei usalem
e 40 percent of all juvenile
cases ocur and where up t TO
percent of all offenses are c >m-
tted by youths and ofter chil-
dren. The number of neglected .
children :r. Jerusalem is several
times that of the national average.
partly as a result of the unsettled '
SEASONS GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
and FAMILY
AND
HENRY'S
AUTO PARTS
2038 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 3-1427
GEORGE P. KAHNEGIS
ROYAL BAKING
COMPANY
601 N. W. 7th Street
LORA PACI
SPORTSWEAR FOR
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639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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duPont Building MiamL Fla
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL .
THE SHELBY SALES BOOK CO.
3500 Main Highway pn0ne 83-1621
A HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
FOR
A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
Judge and Mrs.
LOUIE BANDEL
LEWIS
[
TO ALL A
HAPPY PASSOVER
MIAMI TRANSIT CO.
1355 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET
192 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-8865
COMPLETE LIN OF GROCERIES AND MEATS
JACK ROHER. Proprietor
GREETINGS
J. N. LUMMUS, Jr.
Tax Assessor for Dade County
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SUWGAS
I
Not Incorporated
2950 N. W. 24th St.
PHONE 3-3685
Exter All His Je
Frien Patrons
Wish tor
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Phone 5-7111
ENFIELD "S
CAMERA
SHOP
Cor. Washington Ave.
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Phone 83-1623
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
II. and W. II. IIim'w roiiipanv
PRINTERS LITHOGRAPHERS ENGRAVERS
2812 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-6156
CORAL GABLES. FLA.
FERGUSON & ROBERTS, Inc.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
616 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TC ALL
ANDRE, INC.
MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
1121 Washington Avenue
Phone 58-3614
TO ALL GREETINGS
RALPH A. FOSSIV
, REALTOR
103 South Dixie Highway South Miami Florida
PHONE 87-5303
Dade County Resident Since 1908
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER


FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1950
fJewist thrMKam
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
Student** Wishing To Summer In
[Israel Have Choice Of Two Institutes
n students wishing to
i summer vacation in
L ve a choice this year of
nstitutes. each offering vary-
,mbinations of study, field
and guided tours at a cost
than $1,000. including
i! was announced by Dr.
Idmann, chairman of
irican section of the Jew-
10 E. 66th St.
Vme
icy's youth and Chalut-
rtnient sponsors both
,,ne jointly with the
IDiversity and the other
Hechalutz Organization
a in cooperation with
Bachad- religious pioneer move-
nd the Columbia Uni-
Study Tours. Both are
open to students between the ages 1
f i: and 35 and provide aca-
litb.
' Thi Ag< ncy-Hebrew University
isses formal university
i includes a two-week
gricultural settlements
.. |a ;u led tour of the country,
to be given in both He-
English, include He-
l,;vv. literature, Jewish history
and ph : sophy, Israel geography
East civilization, as well
lurse, arranged by
: Zionist Organization.
p irary Israel and Zion-
ms. The institute will
Fuly 3 to August 21 and
5980 per student.
r institute will stress
ither than formal
[dents will leave for
lune and live for eight
rent types of agri-
itlements, participating
nal daily tasks of the
Appr ximately two
. > will be devoted to
seminars, the study
! cultural activities.
guided tour of the
included in the pro-
e
ncy-Hechalutz institute
inducted by Dr. Ben-
Wolman of Israel, who has
during at Columbia Uni-
" and will be joined by
Gardner Murphy, chair-
: the deportment of psycho-
of the College of the City
v York, who will give lec-
in his field Total cost to
GREETINGS
l^.vmi's Sundries
HARRY AND LARRY
776 West Flgaler St.
each student will be approxi-
mately $700.
Persons desiring, further in-
formation on either institute are
asked to write to the youth and
chalutziut department, Jewish
Agency, 16 East 66th St., New
York 21, N. Y. Information may
also be obtained from the Amrei-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, 9 East 89th St., or the
Hechalutz Organization of Amer-
ica, 34 West 13th S;., both of New
York City.
BEST WISHES FOR A
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-40 14
CORAL GABLES
GREETINGS
C. H. LYNE
Foundry and Machine
Company
(not inc.)
Established 1904
105-109 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 3-6481
Miracle Mile Unit Elects
George K. Zain was elected
chairman cf the board of the
Miracle Mile \ssociation of Coral
Gables at its annual meeting last
week in the Coral Gables Elks
Club
Roy Page was elected presi-
dent: F. E. Giffen, Sam Weissel
and Mrs. Rebyl Zain, vice presi-
dents, and W. G. Van Devere,
secretary-treasurer.
Named directors were Henry
Bulbin, Mark Chartrand, Milton
Sirkin, James Santacroce. Jack A.
Ablin Louts A. Jacks, Alexander
Orr, Jr.. Dr. L. D. Pankey. Page,
Zain, Mrs. Zain, Weissel, Van De-
vere and Giffen.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
R. H. Shaddiek
REALTOR
Sales Property Management
Mortgage Loans
3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2591
Israel Securities
Pay Dividends
Regular semi-annual interest
and dividends on the following
Israel securities are now being
paid (as of April 1) according to
information received from the
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange by the
American Palestine Securities
Company, Inc., of 50 Broad St.,
New York:
On 4", bonds of the Anglo
Palestine Bank Investment Co..
Ltd.
On 4% bonds of the General
Mortgage Bank of Palestine, Ltd.
On 4", bonds of Bizur, Ltd.
On 4 '/. % bonds of Bizur, Ltd.
On 4", bonds of "Pasa' Palestine
Agricultural Settlement Assn.,
Ltd.
On 4% bonds of 'Rassco' Rural
& Suburban Settlement Co., Ltd.
5'/> bonds of 'Inva' Investment
Corporation of Palestine, Ltd.
On 6rv preferred stock of the
General Mortgage Bank of Pal-
estine, Ltd.
Checks in dollars are being
mailed to Americans who pur-
chased any of the above securities
through the American Palestine
Securities Co. Every one of the
securities listed here has paid its
interest or dividend in full on
time since the Tel Aviv Ex-
change opened in 1935.
Negotiations have been com-
pleted with the Israeli govern-
ment whereby HIAS will partici-
pate in the program of receiving,
sheltering and orienting the 20,-
000 Polish immigrants who have
been given permission to leave
Poland for Israel during 1950.
HIAS is making available the su.n
of $500,000 for this purpose.
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc.
1338 N. W. 29th STREET
PHONE 3-6479
*
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here to yonder... knows about the guauty
certified concrete blocks and other fine
concrete products produced and sold by
us. And while all the contractors and
builders already know about our lumber
yard ... we want you, too, to know that we
operate one of the largest and most
aomplete lumber yards in Dade County!
Yes, sir, we've lumber for every purpose --
rcugh lumber and finished lumber -- and
in any quantity. It's good lumber, too4 .
as good as you can buyr*
Yes, sir! Like all the building materials we
sell you can depend on the quality of
our lumber, too! And you can depend on
prompt deliveries we'll have it on
the job when and where you want it,
be sure of that!
So, next time, for lumber, too ..
MTU
INDUSTRIES, INC.
Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave,
Miami 37, Florida
9.2
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PAGE THIRTY
fJewist flcridliain
>AY, MARCH 31,
4 orciihliiiu Is
Lodge President
Beth Jacob School To
Hold Model Seder
The Beth Jacob Religious School
will hold a model Seder Thurs-
day. March 30, at 4 p.m. in the
Beth Jacob Auditorium.
The Seder will include recita-
tions, singing, a quiz program and
a review of the Passover evening
home service, which will be under
! the direction of Rabbi Moses
i Mescheloff. assisted by Cantor
Lou:s Feder and A. J. Safra of
I the faculty.
Alrin Corenblum
Alvin Corenblum has been
elected president of the Coral
Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith. He
succeeds Jerome Adelman.
Corenblum, a charter officer of
the lodge, attended Alabama
Polytechnical Institute and was
active in civic life in Birmingham
and his native city. Savannah. Ga.
During World War II. he served
in the U. S. Army Engineers
CorfJs and he has been a resident
of Miami for the past four years
A member of the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce and Tau Epsilon '
Phi fraternity, he is an official
of the Alvin Builders Supply C
and is active in Coral Gables civic
irs.
Other officers elected to serve
with Corenblum were Lewis
Pomerantz, vice president: Ed-
: Miller, record nj etar;
Ted Wayne, corresponding sec
; William Epstein, financial
secretary: He:b<:". Weiss, treas-
Adelman. chaplain:
Sidney Haskoe, warden: Harold
agen. guardian: Eugene
Si ler, Dr. Leonard Glicksl
Oscar Greene, trustees.
Bedetti To IMjiv
Dvorak Opus
Jean Bedetti. first 'cellist with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, will play the
Dvorak Concerto in B minor,
opus 104. when he solos with the
University of Mian-.: Orchestra
on Sunday. April 2. at 3 p.m. and
Monday. April 3. at 8:30 p.m.
Bedetti joined the university
music staff in 1948. following his
retirement from the post of first
'cellist with the Boston Symphonv
which he had held for nearly 30
years.
In addition to the Dvorak con-
certo. Modeste Alloo will lead
the orchestra in Georges Bizet's
Symphony in C major. EHesco's,
Roumanian Rhapsody No. I in A|
major. Opus II. and the "Rakoczy f
March" from Berlioz' "Damnation
of Faust."
Third Seder Set
For April 5
A third Seder will be held
Wednesday. April 5. at the Dora
August Memorial Hall under the
... 4 auspices of the
Ben G u r i o n
j Branch of the
j Jewish National
Workers Alliance
and the Golda
Vfeyerson Club
if the Pioneer
* Women.
A specially ar-
ranged Haggadah will be present-
ed by Berl Morrison and a choral
ensemble. Dr. David Rebelsky of
Saint Louis will be guest speaker.
Feature of the evening will be
a presentation of Jewish com-
positions by Paul Millstone, piano
and solovox artist.
Reservations mav be made bv
calling 9-3998.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
City Construction Corporally
GENERAL CONTRACTORS "OI1
150 N.W. 73rd Street
Miami
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Passover Festival Set
The Detroit Social Club" will
hold a Passover festival and card
party on Wednesday.. April 5. at
8 p.m. at tfie home of Mrs. L
Goodman. 2141 S.W. 20th St
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL
D. W. McCOY, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
In All Its Branches
1549 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 9-2245
HELEN 6. WARNER
M. B. I. AII It I
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27th Avenue pw ^
A Special Wish for-a
Happy
PASSOVER
CADILLAC
lion i
Managing Director
IRVING WEINBERG
3925 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach
MR. and MRS.
L SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
1119 S. W. FIRST STREET
653 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Wish for All Their Patrons
and Friends a
HAPPY PASSOVER
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
Phone 82-1343
3466 N. Miami Avenue
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Interstate Marble & Tile Co.
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS 5040 BISCAYNE BLVD.
THEN CALL 78-2571
4000 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
DOV Chapter To Elect
DOV Chapter of Mizrachi >
Women will hold a meeting on I
Wednesday. April 5. at 1 p m. at j
Beth El. The nominating com-
:ee will bring ;n a slate oft
' fficers and directors for the com-
ing year.
TO ALL MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
METALLIC
ENGINEERING CO.
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
WESLEY E. GARRISON
RE PUBLICAN STATE COMMITTMAN
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N. E. First Avenue
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE
OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITOHf
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
KIM AY\E ENGINEERING CO.
Blue Prints Photostats Drawing Materials
Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouw)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666
- .. All :: is
275 S. W. 6th STREET
SHCP PHONE 9-5634
1;
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441
mCHTlTS
JEWELRY CO., Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
AluminumWrought Iron
Made and Installed By
BELIEVE IT-IT'S TRUE
Caruso Iron Works
Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation BuUding
3240 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHone 82-6714


ffrrav MARCH 31, 1950
Jtewisf? flcrid/ton
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
jldman Heads
:lorida UJA Region
a r Goldman, civic and com-
-unal leader of West Palm Beach,
las been named chairman of the
inrida region of the United Jew-
h Appeal and will direct the
inited Jewish Appeal drive
.roughout the state for needs
tailing $272,455, 800. Goldman's
rceotance of the post was an-
l0unced by Henry Morgenthau,
[r general chairman of the
In'ijed Jewish Appeal.
Goldman is a key member of
lanv important national non-
cta'rian as well as Jewish
tanizations. He is affiliated with
ie Zionist Organization of Amer-
a. the American Legion, B'nai
Vith and the Masons.
For manv years, Goldman was
i resident of Toledo, Ohio, where
e served during World War II as
hairman of the Toledo United
[ewish Appeal. He is president
if the Commercial Electric Co.
Ind the Stangold Realty Co., both
,{ Toledo, and the McCleery-
.!arpenter Electric Co. of Colum-
ius. Ohio.
In announcing Goldman s de-
cision to serve as regional chair-
lan, Morgenthau emphasized
,iat the United Jewish Appeal
ias decided to "decentralize"
iperations in order to assure the
naxiinum participation in the
rital drive to rescue the victims
if poverty and persecution, and
irovide hemes for the homeless
n Israel. Every American Jewish
community, large or small, will
lave the opportunity under the
lew set-up to participate actively
n the development of effective
campaign programs and techni-
iues.
31 Agent To Speak
C. H. Carson, special agent in
Charge of the Federal Bureau .of
nvestigation, will address the
nembers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith on Friday,. March 31, at
12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Rest-
aurant. Carson will speak on "The
Vork and Functions of the FBI."
Togram chairman, Sherburt
Yeiss. will introduce the speaker.
Rabbi Mann Launches
Weekly Radio Series
G. I. Balkin Confers With
Educators In Tallahassee
Gilbert J. Balkin, director,
Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, addressed Pensacola
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, this week on
"Community Responsibility in
Making Democracy Work."
Following his address in Pensa-
cola, Balkin visited Tallahassee
to confer with officials of the
State Department of Public In-
struction, and Florida State
University, on programs for
combatting bigotry and advancing
intergroup education in the
schools of Florida.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann this
week launched a new radio series
to be heard on station WINZ
(940 on the dial), from 7 to 7:15
p.m. every Tuesday.
Rabbi Mann will discuss prob-
lems of a social and religious
-nature and upon occasion will
tceat national and international
issues.
Subject of his broadcast on
Tuesday, April 4, will be "Mys-
tery of Pain."
Prof. Waldman To Speak
Prof. Mark Waldman will be
guest speaker, Saturday, April 1,
at 3 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum in the patio of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolf son, 124 11th
St., Miami Beach. Professor Wald-
man will speak on "The True
Story of Shylock i l Shakespeare's
'Merchant of Venice'."
Tuesday night at 8 pm. Charles
H. Lee will lecture on "The
Heavens and the Earth."
Rev. Barth Will
Speak At Center
"Family Life and Family Team
Work," will be discussed at the
third in the current Miami Jewish
Community center parent educa-
tion series, on Wednesday, April
5. The Rev. Joseph Barth of the
First Unitarian Church of Miami
will be guest commentator.
The first two lectures were en-
titled "What About the Comics?"
and "How To Tell Your Child
About Sex." These lectures are
free and are sponsored by the
parent education committee and
directed by Mrs. Leo Sheiner.
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To All Our Friends
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t
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WESTBROOK
MOTORS
1759 Palm Ave.
Hialeah
Phone 88-1486
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
G. M. DYKES
IRON WORKS, Inc.
69 N. W. Third Street
Phone 82-5637
General Manager
WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON
Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue
Phone 48-1631
7117 N.W. 5th Court
Phone 78-1522 Box 1285
Miami, Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Real Estate
Property Management
813-15 First National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
M. B. NEWMAN, President
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F O R A
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3582 N.W. 22nd Avenue
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FAMOUS SEA FOOD HOUSE
A MOST
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Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The- Best In Materials and
Workmanship
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MR. & MRS. ____
IVATMAKIEL KWBIN
and J mi ire and Donald
S. II- KRESS
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1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
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GENERAL INSURANCE
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Miami, Florida
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vJewistricridian
FRIDAY. MARCH
31,
Israel, Czechoslovakia
Make Commercial Pact
TEL AVIV (ISDA one-year
commercial agreement involving
lour million pounds of goods was
signed by Israel and Czecho-
slovakia "in Prague this week.
This is Ireal's seventh commercial
pact.
Israel will import three million
pounds worth of Czechoslovak
goods and export to Czecho-
slovakia one million pounds worth
of goods. Ehud Avriel, Israel's
minister to Prague, signed on be-
half of his government
Hadassah Group
To Meet April 10
The Miami Group of Hadassah
will hold its next meeting on \
Monday. April 10. at 1 p.m. in!
Burdine's auc?.torium. Theme of,
the meeting will be "April Show-
er for Hadassah's Supplies." and
members are urged to bring any
new item of clothing for the men,
women and children of Israel.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Arthur Stone.
Featured on the program will!
be an "H.Q." quiz, with the
audience participating and prizes '
to be awarded. Mrs. Ernest i
Chernoff will be quizmistress. A
reading, titled "Thoughts that
Pass in the Night" will be given i
by Mrs. Edward Rubin and "April
Showers" in song will be rendered i
by the Mesdames Harold B.
Cohen, Jasper Cromer and Sol,
Stokols.
Plans have been completed for t
i. card and games party to be held '
Wednesday. April 12. at 8 p.m. in ,
the Beth El auditorium. Reserve- j
tions may be made by calling [
Mrs. Joseph Fishman. chairman
of the affair, at 2-1083.
Mrs. Kohi Xew
JWV Unit Head
Mrs. Hylan Kout was elected
president" of Miami Beach Post
330 of the Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary at a meeting of the
organization last week at the
Hotel New Yorker. She succeeds
Mrs. Jennie Gerrig. who was
commended by" the auxiliary for
her work.
Newly elected officers were in-
stalled by Mrs. Sheila Barr. or-
ganizer and first president of the
auxiliary-
Others named to office were
Mrs. Kay Werner, senior vice
president: Mrs. Lee Gordon,
junior vice president: Mrs. Evelyn
Aaronson. secretary: Mrs. Pauline
Wagner, treasurer: Mrs. Ether
Sokolow, chaplain: Mrs. Jennie
Friedkin. conductress: Mrs. Lil-
lian Bookman. Mrs. Gerrig and
Mrs Sadye Reiner, trustees: Mrs.
Sally Levy, guard: Mrs. Clara
Sklar. patriotic instructor.
Jostyn To Star In Drama
Jay Jostyn. "Mr. District At-
torney" of radio fame, stars in
"The Story of Samuel Gompers"
the latest episode in the "Lest
We ForgetThese Great Ameri-
cans" series to be heard this Sat-
urdav. April 1, at 5 p.m., over
station WVCG. Coral Gables.
Participants in the fifteen min-
ute panel discussion to follow
will be: Herbert L. Blume, local
attorney, moderator: Chester M.
Wright, community leader and
author in the field of labor: and
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, ex-
ecutive secretary. Miami Beach
Housing Authority.
Station WGBS To Air : Passover Program Station WGBS will broadcast a special Passover program featuring a holiday message by Senator Herbert H. Lehman on Saturday. April 1, starting at 2:4o p.m. Rabbi David de Sola Pool of the Spanish and Portuguese Svnagogue of New York City, and Sam Jaffe of stage and screen fame, will take part in the special broadcast, which will come over the CBS network. The program, which is presented in cooperation with the American Jewish committee, will also feature Cantor David Putterman and the choir of the Park Avenue Synagogue in New York. R. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilizers for AH Occsri* FEED and SUPPLIES Call 87-2616 274 SUNSET DRIVE S0UTH

TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JOSEPH COHEN
FLORIDA PROCESSING CO. 27TH STREET HIALEAH
HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Arenue PHONE 2-9428


A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
_
To Jewry Everywhere
Up-lo-Dale Van Serrice LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Arenue PHONE 2-5411 ............. "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates uisrAWi; FRONTON
7Wl the fifih of a Uriel of adiwutmenu to acouaxnt you with number, of Miami Home Milk Producers AsiocUxtwn,
Reservations For Seder
Accepted Until Friday
Reservations for the Seder to i
bi given by Congregation Beth
El at Dora August Memorial Hall i
en Saturday. April 1, will be ac-
cepted until Friday. March 31.
The meal, at which Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer will officiate, assisted j
by Cantor Max Cooper, will be |
catered by Paul Gottesmar.;
Caterers.
Working on arrangements for j
the Seder are Mr. and Mrs. Al
Zisman and Mr. and Mrs. Al
Perl. Assisting them are members
of the sisterhood.
Reservations may be made at
the congregation office.
i'
SINCERE WISHES
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk of Criminal
Court
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
- METRO SMOKED
I FISH CO.
18 Ocean Drive
Phone 58-5300
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
SUNSHINE'S
BEAUTY SALON
523 41st St. Miami Beach
One of the original members of Miami Home
Milk Producers Association, owner of J. H.
Medlin'i Dairy, N. W. 7th Avenue and
Miami Garden Road, Dade County, Florida,
James Horace Medlin was bom in Pickings County,
Georgia, but he considers Flat Rock, Alabama, his real
"home town"...having moved there as a small boy.
Horace learned his"3-R's"in Alabama schools. His
agricultural training was gradual but thorough, for his
was a farm home...as Medlin homes had been for
two generations before...and, like every farm youngster,
'chores"were as much a part of his life as the old
fishin' hole down below the back pasture.
About 24 years ago, Horace Medlin decided to try his
farming luck in South Florida...choosing Dade County as
the location for his own dairy farm. And, Horace
has been here ever since!
Before the organization of Miami Home Milk Producers
Association in 1928, of which Horace is a charter
member, milk from the Medlin dairy farm was sold
exclusively on the wholesale market.
The modern 370-acre J. H. Medlin Dairy has been at
the same location for about twenty years...Northwest
7th Avenue and Miami Garden Road, just north of Uleta,
Dade County, Florida. The present herd averages about
600 6ne, regularly tested grade Jerseys.
M and Mrs. Medlin are the parents of three children.
Lurline, their oldest daughter, is the wife of
C. W. Steele, Jr., of Miami. The Stedes have their own
dairy farm. Mary Lou Medlin, their younger daughter,
is a student at Florida State University. Jimmy
(J,H. Jr.) is9 years old, and following fast in his fathers
footsteps, to make it four generations of farming Medhns.
Horace Medlin is a busy man in his community, as well as
on his farm and in his Association. He is an active mrtnber
of Florida Dairy Industry Association; Dade County Farm
Bureau and North Dade County Chamber of Commerce.
The J. H. Medlin Dairy is another Home Milk dairy that putt
"highest quality" at the top of the list in the Produ(J111.
of the creamy-rich, country-fresh Grade A Home Milk H
delivers daily to your modern Miami Home Milk plant.
tin extra part of creamier, richer, daily fresh Vitamin D MlHhll Home Milk
today it yew grocer's. Or, phone us, and the friendly Home Milk Mm iN hat it on yeer
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r,AY, MARCH 31. 1950
* Jew 1st fhjr/dliari
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
,ial B'rWii Units
EdedForWerk
pratt Wards
, n ithan Bloom, women's
ELn for veterans affairs
fc"anFiVe of B'nai. Frith has
& lhllt "the work done at
Hospital by B'nai
|h chapters and lodges in
' i is outstanding in
Jnce October, 1947, when B'nai
K, \y. ien of Coral Gables
f.e(1" the T.B. ward as its
I ject, weekly parties,
and game nights
, there and holidays
appropriately cele-
i this same period,
Icm C lapter of B'nai B'rith
L,,n ider the chairmanship
ftrs'Lenore Curtis, sponsored
Kjtj'es fin the mental ward of
I hospital.
. 1948. Mrs. Sidney
i,v. is named hospital
I for B'nai B'rith
Tncn's Chapters, with Mrs.
I vner as alternate, and
|he r ,,-! grew in scope, in
(sprint, uf 1949, all B'nai B'rith
fces and chapters in Greater
|i'i ci mbined their efforts and
Kcatii
Irfside Elects Four
kw Council Members
(andidates of the Surf side Civic
Cciation made a clean sweep
I wet k in the town's election
[fill fi ur council seats. A total
J26 of the town's 616 registered
(ers cast ballots.
the fi'iir successful candidates
ke Col R. W. Riefkohl, 323
|es: E. P Frvar, 285; David D.
Jlack. James P. Wendler, 284
Eh. N :. of the four had run
office before.
Jthers running for office were
Schonfeld. 193; Melville A.
rtv. 1S5: Joe R. Evans, 154;
Merick H. Woodward, 104.
The winning candidates will
le office on May 17 with
(orr.as P Coogan, the only hold-
councilman, who is now
ivsng as mayor.
Lemelmcm To Speak To
Hollywood Lodge
David Lemelman, Miami at-
torney and prosecutor at the
Nuremberg trials, will speak at
an open meeting of the Hollywood
B'nai B'rith Lodge on Wednesday,
April 5, at the Hollywood Jewish
Center, according to an announce-
ment from Louis Charnow, lodge
president.
Lemelman is n former captain
in the U. S. Army. He personally
interviewed many of the top Nazi
war criminals and later revisited
Germany following the close of
hostilities to investigate the rise
of nationalism in that countrv
during the American occupation.
Center to Launch Annual
Ping Pong Tournament
The athletic department of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
announces that its second annual
post-Passover ping pong summei
tournament for mixed teen-age
members will get underway Mon-
day, April 10.
Players will be arranged in the
form of .a ladder according tr) the
1949 rating. Any player mav chal-
lenge any of the three players
listed just above him in the rank-
ing and all such challenges must
be accepted and played within
a one-week period. If the upper
man loses the match, his name is
placed below that of the victor
and any players between the two
advance one place.
Winner of the 1949 tournament
was Earl Bragman, and runners-
up were Arnold Bobson and Ed-
ward Barusch.
Rep. Stockdale To
Head Cancer Drive
Appointment or Rep. Grant
Stockdale as chairman of the
American Cancer Society's drive
for funds in Dade County has
been announced by Dan McCarty
of Fort Pierce, who will be state
chairman for the second succes-
sive year.
"I am confident that the 1950
Cancer crusade in Dade County
will be outstanding under Stock-
dale's direction," McCarty said.
Public demand for the services
of the Florida division of the
cancer society have trebled in the
past three years," McCarty dis-
closed. "More than $70,000 has
been allotted for the current year
toward ihe operation of 20 special
service projects strategically lo-
cated over the state," he said.
"These include information cen-
1 ters, detection centers, diagnostic
clinics, tumor clinics, visiting
nurses.
"Seven thousand dollars has
been set aside to pay for trans-
portation and board for indigent
cancer patients who must travel
from their homes to treatment
centers. The public education
program has a budget of $15,850
for the year.
rMSSOVER GREETINGS
For Better Health Visit the
[Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated to Health
7235 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
Third Seder Scheduled
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.
TOM BLAKE
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY
Agent for
LOUISVILLE TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
First National Bank Building
100 Miracle Mile
Also Longford Bldg., Miami
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
MONTEREY
WOODCRAFTERS, Inc.
2035 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-8335
Club & Casino Equipment
GREETINGS
LEE'S
Established 25 years
324 N. E. 13th Street
RODS AND REELS REPAIRED
SHRIMP MULLET
Underwater Equipment
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer ol
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953
I : *
PASSOVER GREETINGS
from
MR. AND MRS. JACK N. FINE

PASSOVER GREETINGS
| Phone 5-3018 Licensed and Insured
JOHN L. POWERS
PAINTING CONTRACTOR AND REPAIRS
Interior and Exterior
ALSO ROOFING CONTRACTOR
Roof Repairs and Tile Replacing
1261 20th Street Miami Beach 39, Florida
"to"allChappy passover
Hide & Seek Children's Shop
THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION
GIFTS APPAREL
TOTS TO TEENS ^^
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PHONE 4-9437
A HAPPY PASSOVER
* -
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of Miami
CORAL GABLES
TO ALL A
HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. AND MRS.
JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER
AND FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH
FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 48-2080
Allied Concrete Products, Inc.
2800 S. W. 31st Avenue, Miami, Florida
(One Block North of Dixie Highway)
FRANK S. WUELKER, President
*
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JUDGE W. F. BLANTON

It is a pleasure to extend to all
our Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
222 N. W. 26th Street"
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Phone 2-3705
Frances K. Powell's
NOW
AT 33rd ST.
EL MOROCCO HOTEL DINING ROOM COLLINS
Still Serving
The Ultimate In Fine Foods" AVENUE
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-5546
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. and MRS.
SAM JOSEPHER and
FAMILY
of the
MIAMI SEA
FOOD COMPANY
675 N. W. 5th Street
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY

Temple Emanu-El iReform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
crdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
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Temple Israe! (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th SI. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.

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Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Pollc St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
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Temple I3etn Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Are., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Castor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
- ited to Adult
lection Rabbi will ] <-.. '
N. .. Too 'Id Li
Cert fl ites will ^-. ted to those
who tttei led the lectures spon-
red by the Workshop and Who have
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Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12xh Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evenine services at 6:15. '
A: services Saturday mornin,* at 7
.ii. MeHon Kanaer ill become Rar
Mittvati. Kiddush will follow. Mlncha
at 6:15 followed by Maartv. i-ommunity |
Kfrder at I ;, m Sunday morning serv- !
Ice at I m Kabul April will speak
on With our Young; and With Our:
Old We will Go." Mlncha at 6:15 p.m. :
-Monday morning service at i*. Rabbi i
April will speak on "The Lesson of'
In <>ur Modern Times." ,
Mir. fa i ,-,t 6 '.' Hebrew m hool at S I!
Congreg-ticn Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev.;
Maurice Mamches.
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sei for the season will be helii
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' U'U'l-i: Men's
1 I..... Phil
Abr Han Bert
Mm tlclpati Rabbi Max
.Hi4 VI e Mamches
will d the
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1st* F evening en -
(.. -. ning at i: b
atM M .'ill eondUit the
( :- i and the rabbi will i
I rtloi < the Law. Pa
fesi n III '.-1- Sal .' day evei
at with a Sedi feast al the
b '' N w. 3rd Ave. Pass-
i ice* ii he new s\ nagi -- .
.-_. ay and Monday morning* at 9.
ft] la I 'udent service at 10:80 Theme
Who Are -he V..... Men."
Btudent ongregatlnn will be held In
th- V'esti Room Saturday morning
from 10 V; to 11 :'!" Dally net es I
a rr. with Mlncha and Mrrtv al I p.m.
Congregation Knese'.h Israel
[Traditional:, 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
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Congregation i oung Israel (Or-
thodox!, 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
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T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
ly evening services at 6 p.m.:
s" irday. Sunday and Monda} eve-
M al -; p m i:-. R Brill win
nducl -- : i \\\ lent* In
it area are invited to attenl
Congregation Beth Tiilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovskry.
Friday evening services at
Saturday m,ruing- at 6:|o At Mincha I
at j p in. ike rabbi will deliver the '
traditional Shabbos Haggadol I'llpul.
Maariv follows. Sefvii Sunday at
8 i" > m. Rabbi Rackovsky will sneak
on "The Wise Son." Services also at
".:.'!> i.m. on Monday at *<:30 a.m. he
will speak on "The Evil Son"
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:00
.Saturday morning at 6:45 Sunday
morning at H Mr. ftugarman will speak
on "Freedom from Slavery.'' Services
Monday at 9 a.m. Sermon on "An
Ancient Raejaover Ceremony in a
Modern Wilderness" Mlncha'at 6:15.
Dally Bible class 5:16 p.m. Dailv
services at : :;< a m. ang 6:1.". p.m.
Sunday at <: a.m.
Northside Jewish Center, 6231
N.W. First'Ct
Sunday scheol classes everv Sunday
at the office of Dr. Wm. Roros, 655
N.W. 6Ind St. Hebrew classes under
direction of Rev. Philip Fried at 6701
N'.W. 4th Ave. on Mondays and
Th'irsdavs from 4 to 6 p m
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13S30-W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday eU-Jiiiig MU'iru at K: 1 r. con-
'!'! by Joseph Keller, religious
chairman, JuIUiUluY by an Oneg
Shabbat. Sunda) school in a m
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
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Plumbing Co.
2141 S. W. 3rd Street
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Friday evening services at 8:30.
Dr. Abraham Lessen will officiate.
Ap Oneg bhuL>jn.wi:j be served by the
- terhood. Mtfinbem aad-friends are
Invited to attend.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday Ben-ices ..t a.m Special
Passover services Saturday, .-
, and Monday at Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday night services at 6: Saturdav
'morning at 9. Dairy services at i
. a.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday erenlrtg wrvtces at 8:15 p m
: The rabbi will speak on "A Prere-
gulsite to Freedom" An open forum
! discussion and an oneg Shabbat
SrTSr '" l??nor of ,h" BsW Mitsvah of
| Will am (,ross. to be held during
services Saturday morning, by his
j parents. Mr. an* Mn, Charles Gross
follows. PawieeVr services. Saturday
J,P.m.i Sunday. :30 a.m. and 7 p.m.;
Monday. a.m. and 6:30 p m

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- Saturday morning at 9:00
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Coral Gables Jewish Center
Liberal). Rabbi Mcrris A. Skop:
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
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Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., i
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at :1" Sab-
b ith service at :J0 with second service
at Pavei service Saturday eve-
ning at 7: also Sunday and Monday
..; S a.m. Rabbi Mescheloffs topic oh
Sunday will be Family Reunion:" on
Monday, "Kssentials of Freedom:"
evening services Sunday and Mondav
at 8:15,
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Late Friday service at S:30 p.m.
will be dedicated to the installation of
the newly elected officers and board
of directors. Rabbi Lehrman will In-
stall the new officers and board mem-
bet -. He will preach on "The Road
Ahead" Saturday morning; services at
s: the rabbi will preach on the Weekly
Portion of the Law. Special Passover
services 6:45 p.m. and 9 a.m.
In the Spirit of True Liberty
Freedom from Tyranny
which Passover represents
We humbly pray that all the Peoples of the Earth
true liberty and freedom of Body and Spirit anT*'"**
humanity may enjoy Everlasting peace l "n
MAYOR AND MRS. HAROLD TURK
AND CHILDREN
CORNELIA, JONATHON AND ROBIN
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Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1538
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Friday evening; services at 8:15,
oonducted by Rabbi Moshay P. Mann
with Dr. I'aul Heck as cantor. Sermon
topic will be "Why I Am a Jew." Pass-
over Seder with traditional dinner at
the Shelborne Hotel at 6 p.m. on
Saturday. Special Passover services
at the "T" on Sunday at 11 a.m.
No Sunday school on April 2 or April 9.
Congreaation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave, Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening nervlce. at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services 6:4.". and
8:45, Eve of Passover and night of
first S.-der services at 6:30. Community
Seder to follow. At Passover service's
Sunday at S:P,(. am. Rabbi Grauer
will preach on 'Pesach. the Yearning
of the People." sjini-ha, at 6:3" BerV-
Ices Monday at 8:JO a.m., rabbi will
preach on "Our Poor Bread."
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FBTDAY, MARCH 31, 1950
Aged Persons, Most Of Them Infirm
Will Arrive In Israel For Passover
TEL AVIV (ISI)The vast im- ~ .....- ------- --
migration into Israel last year
a but emptied1 the Jewish dis-
placed persons camps n Ger-
Kv Austria and Italy but left
behind were the aged the blind
and the incurably sick
Aging survivors of the Nazi
concentration camps came to be-
lieve that they would have to
end their days in the land of their
oersecutors, for, completely de-
pendent on others for support and
medical care, they had no hope
of going to a new country to
begin a new life.
But that new life is now be-
ginning. In Bavaria, 30 aged men
and women, most of them in-
valids, boarded two sleeper cars
this week for the trip to Venice,
Italy. From there the Israel
steamship, SS Atzmaut will trans-
port them to Israel where they
will arrive in time for Passover.
Some of them are so sick or so
old that they had to be carried
on stretchers Some of them are
in their seventies. The oldest is
85.
They are the first of 4,000 such
cases, all of whom are to be
transferred to Israel before the
year is out. In the language of
the Displaced Persons camp, they
are called the "hard core," the
group without hope for resettle-
ment because no country wanted
to open its doors to people who
would not be able to support
themselves and who would re-
main perpetual charges.
But the State of Israel, the Joint
Distribution Committee and the
Jewish Agency for Palestine
joined forces to establish a special
agency that will take care of these
people in Israel. Most of the
$15,000,000 budget is being pro-
vided by the Jews of the United
States through the United Jewish
Appeal. In Israel new hospitals,
clinics and sanatoria are to be
established to provide the hard
+Jeisti ntr9dHan
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
Hollywood Youth Plan
Barbecue, Lawn Party
A barbecue and lawn party for
the benefit of the Hollywood
United Jewish Appeal campaign
will be held at the home of Miss
Dorothy McCloskey, Ft Lauder-
dale, on Sunady evening, April 16.
The affair will be under the
auspices of the Hollywood Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion. Reservations and transport-
ation arrangements may be made
by telephoning Morton Reiss at
Hollywood 9930.
Meetings of the organization
are held each Thursday evening.
Young men and women between
the ages of 16 and 25 are eligible
for membership.
core cases with Tiomes and med-
ical care.
The International Refugee Or-
ganization, whose duty it is to
resettle displaced persons, has
been relieved of one of its most
difficult problems. But it con-
tributed $2,500,000 to the fund
And its executive director gave
expresion to the world's approval
of this unprecedented humani-
traian undertaking when he said:
"Israel, almost alone among na-
tions, has consistently based its
immigration policies entirely
upon humanitarian considera-
tions. No Jewish refugee ever has
been found too sick, too poor or
too helpless for admission and a
warm welcome by Israel."
Meeting To Mark
Hebrew Month
A special gathering of Hebraists
of Miami will be held on Wednes-
day, April 5, at 8:30 p.m. in the
new auditorium of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. The meet-
ing, sponsored by the Hebrew
Teachers Association and the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami, will mark Hebrew
Month.
Harry L. Wall of New York
City will be the featured speaker.
His topic will be "Three Patrners
in Hebrew." Wall is honorary
president of the Hebrew Princi-
pals' Association of New York
City, president of the educational
Committee of the Jewish National
Fund, and treasurer of the na-
tional Hebrew Teachers Associa-
tion. He has contributed articles
to such Hebrew periodicals as
"Shevelai HaHinuch" and "Ha-
doar."
Hebrew Month is celebrated
nationally "to call to the attention
of American Jewry that Hebrew
is today regarded as a modern
langugage to be taught in the
American colleges, and that the
bridge between Israel and Amer-
ica must come through the cul-
tural agency of the Hebrew
language."
Hotel Owners To
Honor Rivkind
The growth of the Miami Beach
hotel industry and its increased
role in the nation's business will
be celebrated at the annual cock-
tail party and banquet of the
Miami Beach Hotel Association
which takes place Thursday, April
20, in the Saxony Hotel.
Heading the list of speakers
will be Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker,
president of Eastern Airlines, who
will address the group on new
proposals to stimulate year-round
promotion projects for Miami
Beach. Other guest speakers in-
clude Gov. Fuller A. Warren,
Mayor Harold Turk and State
Hotel Commissioner James T.
Landon. Also present will be
members of the Miami Beach
City Council.
It was announced by Samuel
Kaplan, executive secretary, that
the banquet this year will take
the form of a testimonial to of-
ficers of the Miami Beach Hotel
Association and to its president,
Samuel A. Rivkind who will re-
ceive a plaque for leadership.
Dinner in the Saxony's Pogoda
Room will follow the cocktail
party, scheduled from 6 to 8 p.ni
Chairman of the committee on
dinner arrangements and reserva-
tions is Harry H. Cohen, vice
president of the Miami Beach
Hotel Association. Assisting him
are: Abe Halperin, David Andron,
Al Jacobs, George Pomerantz,
Mickey Michaels, Ben Hulsh,
Charles Goldberg, Saul Cohen
and Martin Moldoff.
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DAY1_MARCH 3,
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The Little Magician
Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ
Mrs. Farbstein was definite:;.'.him :o grow up ignorant of such
distraught with her boy. "Ar- things?"
nold." she cried, "why can"t you ""Oh. ma." said Arnold. "I know
be quiet? Especially on Passover, the story of Passover. I learned
What n the world are you it :n Sunday school."
do:ng?" -It won't hurt." said Mrs. Farb-
"Oh. nothing, mother. I am stein, "if a man like papa, who
just showing Herman how to has a very good Jewish back-
rr.
despite his greatness. When he
hears of others assuming the role
of prophets, he cries out. that all
n .night be prophet
A grea-. man. A simple man.
So human. Why he even does
tricks. In fact, he was a kind of
Houdini of his day. Moses appears
before Pharaoh telling him that
his God had sent him. Well, the
Egyptian representatives of their
gods all do tricks so Moses
meet Pharaoh on his own
grounds.
"The priests of Pharaoah put
forth their wands and lo. Moses,
the man who believes in Div:ne
claimed Mr. Farbstein. just enter- [know your psychology too."
ing the door. "Why the grimace
en your face, Lena0"
"Oh. that son of yours is just
impossible. Sits there yackety-
yaching. making cards disappear.
It's time he learned to sit quiet.
to read a book."
"Well. Lena." said Mr. Farb-
stein. "remember when you were
tie girl you weren't always
quiet either."
When I was a girl. I was
quiet, and you know it." said
"Oh. I am not so dumb as you
think," said Mrs. Farbstein
pi iests."
"Nice story." interjected Mrs,
Farbstein who had been standing
win*. Mia ""= listening, -g0 ahead. but i must
Okay said ner husband. I andesee if the fish is cooking.
n-"tvlSf."hi 'SSL n r? mv < Say Arnold, after Papa finishes.
fSSUS i r PhC.,n In Z U ?ou want to show Herman how
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aforesaid is willing and ready to
hear and harken to an older man.
I know, of course, that the young
always know more than their
elders. However, if my son is
willing to overlook this. I am
why go ahead!
Farbstein. 'Didn't I get you leady to pour forth."
because I was so quiet?"
"You got me bv talking." said
Mi F/rbstein. "You talked and
I you talked, not only with
mouth, but with your eyes.
your clothes and what not. "it's
'"..; the girls who know how I
"Give, Dad.' said Arnoid.
"Well." began Mr. Farbstein.
"you are familiar. I am sure, with
the general story of Passover. I
merely wish to say a few words
about the man who was the cen-
. tral figure in the great drama of
. .-. plenty and in all Kinds of pascf,,fP,__M
ways who get such a prize as me. j T. e
Qu:< girls become librarians.
n't get married."
"It was Heine who said about
M ses that one time he had
Quiet girfs marrv'as much as thuSnt '" of Moses, but later as
ines." she rejoined. he studied more and more, he got i
'Dad is right." interjected V- a v'ision of Moses so grand that
n id "To be silent means to be J?e f*u ,hat when Moses stood on
ma, and who wants a dumb t- s'nai- he rose to such heights
girl?" that he towered over the moun-
Wei:." said Mrs. Farbstein. Itai" itseif.
"sometimes I heartily wish vou Yes- -M*>s was a colossus. A
were dumb." | giant of a man and yet so com-
A.-.d I bet." said Arnold "if Ptetely human. A man who could
I were very dumb, if I didn't g.et verv an8r-v ** th* right time.
much, vou would be IYou remember how he was
worried." aroused when he saw the Egyp-'
"The boy is talking good psy- 'tian bating an Israelite. It was
chology." said Mr. Farbstein. ; not rnere chauvinism. No. Moses,
"Psychology, smvcology." said was above that- You can see by
Mrs. Farbstein. "Papa, vou have a the fact that non-Jew Jethro |
sen. It's Passover, a Jewish holi- became nis warm friend and ad-
day. Why don't you sit down and : visfcr- You can see it by the fact
tell your son something about it. 'that many Egyptian non-Jews
Ke knows as much about Pass- Jined tne Jews in the Exodus.
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over as I know about"
"Psychology," interjected Mr.
Farbstein.
"AH right." said Mrs. Farb-
in, "go ahead and laugh at
your wife. Remember the more
j laugh at your wife, the more
J laugh at you:.-elf. for
iber, I got you."
"Who is laughing at you1" said
Mr. Farbstein, "You are the b< I
wife I ever had and if I had it to.
do over again, you would still be
the rose in my garden."
Mrs. Farbstein planted a kiss
en her husband's brow.
"D.id." said Arnold, "vou know
your psychology."
Mrs. Farbstein smiled. "Papa." |
she said, turning to her husband
more seriously. "I repeat, why
' n't you tell your son something
about the holiday1 Do you want
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HAVANA
VIA PLANE- S30 Plus
Round Trip Tax
VIA SS. FLORIDA $42 Plus
Round Trip ............. Tax
TOURS
from $45 Plus tax
Apgar Travel Agency
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 9-5386
m
JAMES T. WILSON
Superintendent of Public
Instruction
"He was the humblest of men
GREETINGS
Investors Diversified Services, Inc.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st National Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC.
"MIAMI'S FOREMOST
APPLIANCE STORE'
136 N. E. First Street Phone 9-24K
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER
TOWN LAUNDRY. INC.
Wholesale Retail Hotels Apartments
COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE
GREETINGS TO ALL
Telephone 88-3714
Office. Docki and Residence730 Okeechobee Road. Hialeah. Fla.
CAPTAIN ARNOLD MAUTE
FINE YACHTS SAILING CRAFTS
-I 1860 W. Flagler St.
Phone 3-5337
GREETINGS
LUMBER PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS
"Try Us For Service"
Peninsular Service Co.. Inc.
163rd Street and Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 86-5401
HUNTER LYON. INC.
901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331
INSURANCE

-:
$
W ALOE If
AND
WALIEN
SEPTIC TANKS
Installed and Repaired
DRAIN FIELDS RELAID
Free Inspection
3400 N. W. 38th Ave.
PHONE 88-2150
TO ALL
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
Miami
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
Miami Beach Checker Cabs, Inc.
24-Hour Service
U-DRIVE IT CARS e PHONE 5-3411
FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
At the EntranceHuntington Building
168 S. E. First St. MlamL Fla. Phone 2-7691
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WORLD
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS
HARRY FINCHER. INC.
OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE
EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE
ALL MOTOR CARS
1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Phone 48-8704


)Ay, MARCH 31, 1950
vJewisti fkrtrBan
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
"AMERICA'S TRIUMPH" TELLS STORIES
Of FAMOUS JEWS IN AMERICAN HISTORY
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO.
MILO W. BENNETT
1816 West Are.
Miami Beach
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY PASSOVER
CLOVER CLUB
Famous Hickory House Cuisine
118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
i
Hor* Solomon, Jtwlih B.voluflonory
Met hera, worked tlraltitly for Anwrl-
Leu independence. Wat condemned to
Long b' moneyed o escape
Uriah f. Lvy, young Jewiih seaman,
worked and fought hli way up in the
ranks to become the flnt Jewiih Com*
modore In the U. 5. Navy.
Nathan Stroui, merchant, philonlhro-
piit and fighter ogalnit bigotry, woe
one of the flrtt pioneers to campaign for
paiteuriied milk.
I Ceorgt Gershwin, beloved young com*
peter, tuied ancient Hebrew molodiee
wlih Negto folk tunei to create modern
American music.
louis D. Brandeii, flnl jewiih Juilice of
the Supremo Court, condutled a life*
long struggle for justice ejnd democracy
in America.
lillian Wald lemed her back on wealth
and sociol position to minister to tm>
sick and ntody in Now York's East Side
slums.
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Wont You
itat-a-Tampa
Cigar?
"They're Better"
Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacco Company
73 N.W. Eighth Street Phone 2-8185
:
TO ALL
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Mitchell D. Price, Zaring & Florence
ll/uitrot/oni from "Amerfco'i Triumph" by Dorothy Atefsin, one of a series of books on Amerltan Jtwltn
history published by the Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
The Commission is headed by Dr. Solomon B. freohof, chairman ond Dr. fmanuel Comoro", director.
RIDE IN SAFETY
AND COMFORT
IN A
IE AND GRAY
.Ml YELLOW
PHONE 2-4141
GREETINGS FROM
IMI SUPER COLD Inc.
(.W. 1st St. Ph. 3-7614
HRBY-TUTTLE. Inc.
Flagler St. Ph. 3-7614
COMMERCIAL &
'IGIDAIRE PRODUCTS
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Advertising Display Service
10 S. W. 14th Avenue Phone 3-0922
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI OXYGEN SERVICE
180 N.W. 25th Street Ph. 9-3883
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE-SERVE WITH PRIDE
MRS. NATT'S BAKERY
PIES CAKES PASTRIES BREAD ROLLS
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
300 S.E. 1st Street Phone 82-4568
61 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-1649
JIMMIE BONNIE
SODA SHOP
578 West Flac/ler Street
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
PAUL L. HUTCHINSON ROBERT LIPPMAN
HUTCHINSON SERVICE STATION
1155 Collins Avenue
PHONE 58-9941
TO ALL GREETINGS
PHONE 3-3663
LAWRENCE LUMBER CO.
F. H. A. FINANCING
663 N. W. 14th Street
IOLIDAY
[reetings
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--ARXES CAST
|ST0NE SHOP
62 N. E. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
GREETINGS
GEO. J. BERGER
SERVICE STATION
Excellent Service
15 S. W. 17th Avenue
Miami 1. Florida
Phone 2-8898
EASON'S GREETINGS
HLLIAM E. COOK
Everglades Concourse
PHONE 86-3755
SNTALS SALES
pAMl BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
H. EARNEST OYERSTREET
AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE
Sincere Wishes
For A
Happy Passover


CASEY PIANO COMPAN Y
DEALERS IN SOME OF THE WORLD'S
FINEST MAKES OF PIANOS
2242 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 48-4517
Security Trust Company
SHORELAND BUILDING. MIAMI. FLORIDA

We serve by, acting as your
executor or trustee





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HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Hurst Drilling & Equipment (V
SALES AND SLHV1CL S4776
3429 N.W. 7ih Arma
Miami. FkrtJ
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tneir In* bttae :j'.-rt The Sede- ii
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a:.-, pbj
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t it- .: ;:.- c :. -.- D .:
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f
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t; N L 2&rs Snr
in i&46. Onanal earxx ::: Ken
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was
Mz. cznd Mrs.
SAUL GRIEF
Of taa Rm Read Liquor Start
WiSi: AE Tnesr Relatrva*
and T'xkuos
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
DR.
MANNBfG I. ROSJCICI
cznd Family
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WEBER, THOMPSON & LBFCOt
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
Sbarelanc Arcade
PHONE 3^393

g?.ii::n
AI.FRFII C. (Ol RH
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A MOST HAFPT PAflBOVEB
KT"^ PIANOS FBOM
FACT OB Y TO YOU
7
'-ATI CAJB HEW7ALS
PH3ITE 2-1872
Mitrr Florid*
b'j-..i U W. Muxnu Grart
PHONE S-5221
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SINCERE WISHES
far
A Mod floppy
Mr. ana Mrs.
SHEPARD BROAD
AMD FAMILY
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY PASSCVEF.
1
WA(..\FK ELECTiOC C#.
Pnosat 8&-522B
TOUT. SATTSFACTK* OUB PLEASURE
2182 E.W 22nc aVMBM Miami
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSCVER
1
TAKAH
2t20 N. W. 7th A*
GREETINGS
LITTLE K1VEK LUMBER YARD
7737 M. E- ted Atiaw W 7-24M
LUMBEB AMD BUH-DWC MATERIAL
PAUrrS AXD HANDWARE
Miami. Floral
TO AU- GREETINGS
Western Meat Co. Inc.
WHOLESALE RETAIL
2123 M. W. 7tb At
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
TOWERS HOTEL
332 SSL tad Arenua Pbooa 2-7tll|
TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS.
1
STYLECRAFT
91 Bl. E. 17* 8TBBT
GREETINGS
HOWARD BACKUS
towwc umniK
WHOLESALE SARD CRANE REKTU.
YardtOO H. W. lBb A. P. a Sox Ol
Yard Phone 3-S01I Baa. Pneoa "rm
MIAMI 4. FLORIDA
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
JOHN MANOS
MIAMI COAL A OIL CO.
IJm N. W. 21st TERRACE
A MOST HAPPY PASSCVER
MR. A> D MRS. RA VI B. BROOF
BEACH FOOD CDTTER
1421 WaxkinadMi Avanu*
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
Tidewater Lumber 4]
Supply Co., Inc.
3127 Douglas Road
Miami 34, Florida
GenvfBM* TMewater Red <>P'
Douglas Fir Hardwood Hooring
All General Building Materials
Phone 48-7461
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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1950
Orkin Marks 50 Years Of Effective Pest
Control, Offers Bonded Termite Service
t...,,,-,i'- Ifl nf this voar marlrprl nrvrl m vJewisti ftorjdtom
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
January 10 of this year marked
the beginning of the fiftieth year
1 I Kin Exterminating Co.,
a twenty "state operation with
headquarters in Atlanta, headed
by Otto Orkin.
Orkin started out in Richmond.
! i01 as a one-man concern
today !! expanded into
rich off'^es.
The significant period of ex-
: n, however, began when
Orkin moved to Atlanta in 1924.
setting up offices in the Chandler
IBuilding.
The company services some of
Ithe largest hotels, restaurants,
[department stores, mills, homes,
[theatres and similar institutions
[in the region, and it claims to save
"countless millions of dollars"
leach year in protecting property
land human life from destructive
Ipests.
Back in the early days of his
work, Orkin won the title of
[".Modern Pied Piper" because of
Ihis effective efforts in eliminating
rats and other pests.
In 1915 he was commissioned to
rid the Virginia executive man-
lion of rats, the pests at the time
|being described by the Richmond
Tiroes-Dispatch as "fat rat aristo-
crats of the Commonwealth of
Virginia, having fed on the Gov-
ernor's bounty since the days of
Gilbert Walker in 1879."
Orkin's rat-ridding project m
(the mansion was successful as
he had developed and advanced
en unusual technique in pest con-
trol, and this success launched his
business on a really important
Scale.
Keeping abreast, and even
ahead of the times, Orkin has
penalized in research activities,
Tiaintaining laboratories in At-
anta to develop the most ef-
fective scientific methods in pest
fcontrol. In addition, the company
Wrates schools there "to train
Urkin personnel in the new
echniques.
An important part of the or-
ganization is the Orkin Termite
Jft, Inc., which, specializes in the
llimmation of Wrmites. This de-
partment is manned by a large
pff of skilled inspectors and
technicians.
(Services by the company in-
both elimination of pests
and preventive pest control, and
a recently added sanitation serv-
ice for commercial establishments.
I he managements of most food
Handling and processing plants
are aware of the inspection pro-
gram now being undertaken by
the local, state and federal au-
thorities regarding sanitary con-
ditions in food industries. In
large, they desire to comply with
sanitation regulations and re-
quirements. However, new tech-
niques in investigation of plant
conditions and the analysis of
finished products and ingredients
have shown that an unsanitary
condition can exist in a food plant
which may not be obvious to the
casual observer.
For this reason, Orkin Ex-
terminating Company, which has
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t* ^ TERMITE
.fejs.suppu.MrNv*.ft' Hr^soouemEs
J"Wfi\ **<*-
;=.*Sff#plV*l*
low or mims vuita on reproductive*
\ 4 WWO MALI AD ?TMAtE
hy^-.
Otto Orkin
been the leader in the pest control
industry for years, is now making
available to the food industry an
expanded sanitation service which
includes inspection, consultation
and the actual performance of the
sanitation work. Personnel for
this work have been specially
trained and include sanitary en-
gineers, entomologists, bacterio-
logists, sanitarians, and other
professional men of this field. The
work is done in accordance with
the recommendations of the
American Institute of Baking, the
National Confectioners Associa-
tion, National Sanitation Founda-
tion, and other agencies, public
Wade Refrigerating Co., Inc.
REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
ALL SURETY AND JUDICIAL BONDS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Phone 1-9457
Venetian SERVICE STATION
.... v S1NCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES
Bayshore DriTO Miami Florida
GREETINGS TO ALL
CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS CORP.
BUILDING MATERIALS
JAL WIN
STEEL WINDOWS STEEL BUCKS
ALUMINUM WINDOWS
MiUwork Nails Steel Specialties
3501 N. MIAMI AVE.
9*
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af'Rooi.icnv'f.k
. \J^kVW ??* *he q"e,e, termite Can liv* for nearly 30 Yea" and never stops laying eggs
?erm? colonies^n i^TV*' "2 lfWM0 <" "*l) eggs in her lifetime* That U why
home I aL3&T." 9 .W' C-.U8ing much lrouble 1o the wden understructures of the
olTo'ur property warmer, in the vicinity of your property gel an inspection
and private, concerned with food
plant sanitation. The Orkin in-
vestigational staff keeps in con-
stant touch with the latest
techniques and materials to be
used in such establishments. They
are fully aware of the limitations
as to toxicities and efficiency of
the methods they use. Complete
analytical laboratory tests are
available. Written inspection re-
ports are submitted periodically.
Many firms are already bene-
fitting from this sanitation service,
including bakeries, candy manu-
facturers, flour mills, peanut
mills, potato chip plants, dough-
nut bakers, meat and vegetable
canneries, dairies, frozen food
storages, hotels, poultry packers,
and many more who handle food
for human consumption. Orkin
will be happy to supply a list of
references who have used this
new service.
"This is the swarming season
for termites," says Mr. Orkin,
BEST WISHES
W. A. GLASS
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
BILT-RITE VENETIAN
BLIND Ca
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
REFINISHING REPAINTING
35 Almerta Are.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-6921
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY. Inc.
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Sendee
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
1630 Lenox Avenue
"and the 'flying ants' you see may
mean that a colony of termites
are in the vicinity of your house.
While the warm weather brings
out the winged reproductives, ac-
tually termites work all year
around, attacking th* insides of
sills, joists, studding, flooring,
etc."
In the springtime, watci. out for
"flying ants" or swarming ter-
mites around your home!
Local offices of the Orkin Co.
are at 509 N.E. 13th St. in Miami
and 1101 Lincoln Road in Miami
Beach.
Livesay Window Co., lilt*.
PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lone PHONE 4-2683
/' GREETINGS
CHRISTOPHER LUKER CO. IHC.
PIN BALL GAMES
SERVICE CALL 9-7961
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TO" ALL'A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
PARK MADISON STUDIO
P 04fT rTfH T PHOTOGRAPHERS
20*07 Lincoln Bldo.
Phone 5-5260
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
OILS FRAMES MINIATURES
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MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH

H. I- ROBERTSON
PLUMBING PHONE 2-5511
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
T
Miami, Fla.
1369 N. Bayshore Drive
i
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SOU
Builders Contractors
238N.W.7thATu Phon 3-3067



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FRIDAY. MARCH
-.1950
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO All
MR. AND MRS. MAX SHLAFROCK
M. S. COXCTRrCTIOX co.
MIC N. W. 14th Arenu*
lkM 24-2S71
GEEET.NjS
Your kVaol Ford De*ier
HISKAMP .MOTOR CO.
CORAL GABLS




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?tond Cab Co,
*: S. W. M Sr~e
PBOIB kVTWS
GREETINGS
I $
Ace-Saxon. Inc.
t igaretie Service
3B9B N. E 2nd Ave.
M:=m. Fin. Phone 7-601
AUTOMATIC
GIGARETTE MER GHAJOISTNG
MAC8D89
A Service lasthutiaz
7G ALL GREETINGS
SHENANDOAH CANDIES
PHONE 4-0831
SI4 S. W. 22nd Avenue Mitt, r.shdo
K CLEG AY GREETINGS
AVANT'S NURSERY
FLORIST SHOP
FASHIONS IN FLOWERS
4475 S. W. 8th Street Ps:=e 4-7949
La Vigne Electric
Company
$
183 N. E. 24th StreetPhone 2-1759
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
E ALTON ROAD
55-4134
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Peoples Water and Gas Company

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IDC N E Eirr Avenue
Miam. Fici-
NUH IM
I
E. STBECEES
Track Body Builders
724 N. W. Ilr Sm-
t- I H mindful of the ini nluahlv
contribution to the grotcth of
tki* community that has been pro-
vided hu if* Jetrish citizens and
resident*, takes pleasnre in
extending to all Jewry
Sincere urishe* for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
PEOPLES GMMN**MUIW
MUM BEACH HOLLYWOOD FORT LAUDERDALE


FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1950
in irrrr..................................
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
...............................................
ALL-AMERICAN BASKETBALL TEAM
*Jenist) IkxiHtr
PAGE FORTY-ONE
Forward
Forward
Center
G:: ::\
Guard
Forward
Forward
Center
Guard
Guard
FIRST TEAM
Irvvin Dambrot City College
Abe Becker
Ed Miller
Al Rubenstein
Ed Gard
New York University
Syracuse University
Cincinnati
Long Island University
SECOND TEAM
A! Roth City College
Jack Laub Cincinnati
Ed Roman City College
Art Goldberg Duquesne University
Jimmy Brascc New York University
THIRD TEAM
Forward Joe Post
Forward Joel Kaufman
Center Mel Seeman
Guard Herb Cohen
Guard Al Kaplan
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency Ed possesses one of the finest
Brooklyn College
New York University
New York University
City College
Columbia University
herewith presents its annual all-
American all-Jewish basketball
squad after a lapse of one year.
As in former years, the aggrega-
tion was picked with the help of
such outstanding basketball ex-
perts as Eddie Gottlieb, coach of
the Philadelphia Warriors; Abe
Saperstein, owner-ccach of the
Harlem Globetrotters; Walter
Kennedy, publicity director of the
National Basketball Association;
Lester Harrison, coach of the Ro-
chester Royals, and Arthur
Morsi impresario for the Chicago
Stadium. The- committee agreed
that this year's selections were
not on a par with those of pre-
vious years. Most of the Jewish
ball players were located in and
around the New York area with
the exception of Rubenstein and
Laub at the University of Cin-
cinnati and Arthur Goldberg at
Duquesne University. For the
most part, the boys are sopho-
mores, so that they, undoubtedly,
will be heard from in stronger
tones during the next two years.
twin Dabrot, cc-captain at City
I College, is a must on our team
due to his phenomenal scoring
ability with his unstoppable left
touches among the big men in
the country. It's sheer folly to pive
him a shot in and around the foul
circle. He can hook with either
his right or left hands and is a
big man. He possesses an un-
canny amount of accuracy with a
one-hand set shot. He has a
tendency to be lax on defense
which must be corrected before he
can rate all-American honors. As
far as his offensive ability is con-
cerned, no player in the nation
rates higher.
At the guard posts two tiny
mites hold forthAl Rubenstein
and Eddie Gard, Cincinnati and
L.I.U. respectively. Both boys are
very skillful dribblers and are
keen set shots from far out on
the.court. Gard shows a reluct-
ance to shoot often, preferring to
feed the bigger men on the L.I.U.
squad. In one game against John
Marshall College, he set a record
by being credited with 27 assists
as big Sherman White tallied 63
points. Gard went scoreless but it
was his sensational passing that
enabled the tall Negro forward
to score so heavily. It was Eddie's
passing throughout the whole
past campaign that kept L.I.U.
in the running against more
hand jump shot. During a period m.tn,e runnine
of; four years. Dambrot has coin- skll'ed opponents.
Rubenstein was the take charge
guy in the fast breaking attack
that Cincinnati employed. Playing
piled the best record in the his-
tory of City College basketball
standing 6'4". He is a threat on
both boards and has cashed in on
many tip ins. His ability has been
recognized by the Herald Tribune
which put him on the all-East
team which meets the all-Western
college all-Stars at Madison
square Garden on April first. In
addition he has been selected to
cavoi t with the senior college all-
Amencans who are touring the
country this month with the Har-
lem Globetrotters.
Abe Becker of New York Uni-
versity. Dambrofs teammate at
tne other forward berth, is a
bruising, slow-appearing giant
who has a talented left hand, and
iS0. Pssesses a deadly outside
snot Becker can go into the pivot
and it was a post play on Bcker's
Pa" that wrecked Notre Dame
jast month Abe has another year
'o go and undoubtedly will be
heard from for all-American
honors next session.
At the center position, Ed
ite- ??6" City Colle*e gjant-
u?, l,he year verv wel1 and
continued throughout the cam-
iP?ign averaging twenty points
I Per game. A little slow perhaps,
veteran with Cincinnati as for-
?uar v Botn boys are cute ""dor
the boards and are exceptionally
fine set shooters from outside.
Koth makes up for his slowness
ol foot with his cleverness in
boxing out opponents and driving
off the post.
Mel Seeman, 6'6" N.Y.U. man,
." art Playing varsity ball
until the mid-semester but in the
short period of time allotted him
proved that he was one of the
better Jewish ball players in the
nation. He is not quite the shooter
that Roman is, but probably is a
mite stronger defensively and
better on the boards than City
Colleges center man. His team-
mate from N.Y.U., Jimmy Brasco
is one of the better set shots in
trie country who came along very
rapidly at the end of the season
showing to splendid advantage
against St. John's and Notre
Dame. Artie Goldberg of Du-
quesne at the other guard post is
another up and coming sopho-
more who will be heard from this
coming season. The ten points he
scored in the Garden were in-
strumental in leading Duquesne
to victory against L.I.U. He took
live long shots and canned four
against the Blackbirds from Long
Island.
The third team is a combination
of veterans and sophomores. Joe
Kaufman, who played 1>etter ball
in former years for N.Y.U. is cast
v*5e center rle. a position
which he did not play this year
for N.Y.U. He is big enough, how-
ever. His veterans teammates in-
clude Al Kaplan, tiny mite of the
Columbia University five and
Bob Brooks of Pennsylvania, two
of the better performers in the
Ivy League. Up until the time
he broke his finger, Herbie Cohen
was going great guns for City
College excelling with his speed
and outside shooting. Joe Post,
probably more than any other
individual, was instrumental in
leading Brooklyn College to its
best all-time season with a record
of twenty-one to four and an in-
vitation of the N.A.I.B. tourney
in Kansas City. At 6'3", he is a
brui'sing competitor, proficient in
backboard play.
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his fifth season of varsity ball,
the New York youngster wreaked
havoc with his speed and aggres-
siveness. Many in the mid-season
compared him very favorably
with Ralph Beard, former Ken-
tucky great, now starring in
N.B.A. ranks.
The second team is probably on
a par with the first olub with
Al Roth, burley 6'3" City College
stalwart and Jack Laub, siv year
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EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS |
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
.....................""f'fvrv^*.^
"on this
Passover Holiday
the festival of liberation, we join people all over the world
wishing for Peace and Prosperity.
In our opinion, there is no better place in the world
for enjoying Peace and Prosperity than Miami Beach.
We have contributed and are contributing greatly to
the growth and prosperity of Miami Beach. We have de-
veloped and are maintaining one of the finest urban trans-
portation systems anywhere in the world andas has
been so often declareda good transportation system is
absolutely essential for the growth and prosperity of any
community."
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jglgAY, MARCH at
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II

Mr. Anti-Defamation League
By REVY BALKIN
"RESTRICTED!"
A veteran about to enter a
Collins Ave. hotel turned to his
wife and remarked: "That s:gn is
supposed to be a nice way si
saying they don't want us. They
don't like our religion."
This incident and many others
of a similar nature occurred only
a few years ago when "restricted"
signs dotted the beach and were
as much a part of the landscape
as the coconut trees. Today, a
visitor or native may travel from
Biscayne St. to 87th Terr, and
find the word "restricted" only
in Webster's Dictionary.
What happened to the un-
Arr.encar. signs' How were they
finally rem ved?
A Mian).1 Beach man nas placed
an important part in their re-
: He is Samuel Weinfeld.
1544 Normandy Dr.. better known
to Beach residents as "Mr. Anti-
Defamau n League."
From the tune Weinfeld first
ettled in Miami Beach, he had
i forward to the day when
something could be done about
these b!:ghts. He knew they were
not only an insult to the veteran
who had fought for a better world
free of hatred, but they also were
an affront to all human beings
who believed in the dignity of
man.
A few months ago. the Miami
Beach City Council passed a city
ordinance which made it unlawiul
to maintain or display any ad-
vertising matter or signs which
would be discriminatory.
With the passage of the or-
dinance, which had been spear-
headed by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, Weinfeld
believed that the time was ripe
to take action against the viola-
tors of the ordinance.
As chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League Committee of
the North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. Weinfeld was eager to
carry out the program of the
ADL. Its purpose was to fight
against bigotry and intolerance
and to advance good relationships
among all groups and persons.
.Weinfeld told the lodge that he
would 'talk quiety, but carry a
big ?:::>:." The- r.ick in this case
i thi .-. nee.
"A f survey made by
. : gj ::.:-. of the
Anti-E : >-." Wein-
: ':.'..'..
ments indulging in
.:-'. ES."
list
At the sa l
more
r. -
One : thi firs! I ;h:er
" kled was
n the newspaper- :n the
a elf i, The au
read in par-.:
"Two bedr -.?. rw baths near
ocean RESTRICTED Ina.an
Creek Drive."
I took along the ordinance and
read it to the manager." Weinfeli
related. "She told rr.e she had not
been familiar with the law. She
agreed, however, to delete the
word "restricted' from bet =i =
Weinfeld r.e-x: visited t.-ie man-
agerof a Collins Ave villa apart-
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
3800 N. L lit Avenue
meat who had displayed on the
lobby desk a "restricted clientele"
sign.
"I talked to the owner for an
hour." Weinfeld recalled. "When
I left the man assured me he
would remove the sign and dis-
eontiniM the practice of discrim-
ination."
According to Weinfeld. very
often the word "restricted" is
substituted for another phrase. A
I newspaper ad published Nov.
! 10 read:
"Bedroom apartments, near
: Protestant and Catholic
Churches ."
When I asked the owner why
she had not included the word
synagogues, she could not answer.
she had done
wrong and wai .-.shamed of her
bigoted a*'."
Weinfeld f inted out that many
c: Um violators are no: deliber-
ately discriminating. Take the
case cf Mr. G who operates an
apartment house on Normandy
i Isle. He had been advertising his
t apartments as "exclusive." When
j he was questioned by Weinfeld.
j he explained that he was using
' the word "exclusive"' to describe
the "fine" apartments he had.
"I suggested several substitute
words." said Weinfeld. "The man
thanked me and appeared very
grateful."
One hotel owner used the term
selected clientele" in a large dis-
play ad. He explained that he was
not discriminating, but was "try-
ing to put across the idea that
he was catering to a refined
clientele. Jews and Christians
being welcome." He, too, elimi-
nated the phraseology when
Weinfeld pointed out that such
language connoted discrimination.
Weinfeld, or "Mr. Anti-Defam-
ation League" as he was being
tagged, revealed that it is not
always easy to reason with the
violators.
One of his toughest cases was
an apartment owner on Abbot
Ave. who refused to remove his
"restricted" sign. At one time,
he had even chained the sign
down to keep the neighborhood
children from removing it.
"My first visit was unsuccess-
ful" Weinfeld said. "When I told
him the sign should be removed
on the basis that it was un-
ican. he told me to mind
my own business.
"I followed this visit up with
Samuel Wevnjeld
', another. This time I'talked about
! Jesus Christ and that if alive
I today. Jesus would have preached
j against the "restricted" sign. It
I was still to no avail. Another
time." he continued. "I spoke
about the children who were ask-
ing what 'restricted' meant. I
pointed out that by retaining his
sign, he was spreading intoler-
ance.
"My final argument was that
in the last war his religious group
had been persecuted along with
others, and that the time had
come when all of us had to live
together in peace.
"A few days later when I
drove by, I saw the sign had been
removed."
"Mr. Anti-Defamation League"
and his co-workers have succeed-
ed in removing the un-American
signs from Miami Beach. How-
ever, he still continues to work
for the bettering of human rela-
tions. He and his ADL committee
of the North Shore Lodge are
spreading their good will message
through the distribution of blot-
ters, bookcovers. movies and song
booksall portraying the Ameri-
can way of life.
As "Mr. Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue" describes it: "I'm going to
keep on plugging away for
democracy through my three P";
Patience. Perseverance and
Pride in being a good American.'
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1
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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PHONE 88-2151
GREETINGS

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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
343 S. W. N. River Drive
PHONE 82-7604 .
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HENRY A. POHL INC.
State Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street phone 2-1577
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L 4 L
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Phone 7-1651
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
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PHONE 88-4653
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*Jewist Our*Mbm
PAGE FORTY-THREE
Educational Problems
By ADA OREN
hx AVIVThe new Israel
for free and compulsory ed-
ition of all children between
laaes of six and eleven, which
passed by the Knesset last
kmer. is to go into effect on
tl i. 1950. It is planned to
fcnee the period of compulsory
(education to the eighth grade
din three years,
he completion of this program
lime is doubtful, however, for
ough 90 percent of all Jewish
iren always attended school,
fy youngsters did not com-
the normal course. At the
time, war restrictions on
Jing forced the city of Tel
[Land now Jaffato teach-
Ets grade school pupils in two
Is" The improvement of this
ttion would require consider-
| effort, without the additional
L posed by the fact that the
Centary school population has
bled in the last two yearsto
100,000 through immigration
I is still increasing,
ting to the enormous diffi-
Jes inherent in the absorption
ben a large percentage of irri-
tant school children, the Gov-
Jient of Israel is seeking ad-
[from the UNESCO and from
Federal Security Adminis-
hr Oscar R. Ewing.
(ere are about one hundred
institutions and schools in
I for retarded children. These
Itutions are in urgent need of
Jnsion in view of the relative-
fgh rate of invalidism among
|ren who come from back-
countries. The Youth Aliya
fcment. as guardian of 15,000
ligiant children, most of
In are over grade school age,
Bo setting up special institu-
I for the care of the abnormal.
banwhilo. there exists in Is-
la permanent shortage of
?thing necessary for schools.
communities expand their
ties constantly with the help
pernmont loans. New schools
Dmigrants are often assisted
tie voluntary collection of
bment among the longer es-
khed schools.
pel's budget for teachers' pay
Ichool maintenance alone will
year rise from seven to ten
Ion pounds. Most communi-
Ihave already abolished the
1st fees they used to charge
pe public schools and have
over the financing of the
fentary classes of private
\\s. As a result, education has
ne the principle item in the
national budget after defense.
Government grants for teachers'
pay average 45 percent through-
out the country.
The number of teacher's train-
ing schools is rapidly increasing
and has recently reached 12, with
an enrollment of 2,000. Some of
these institutions have scrapped
their usual curricula and special-
ize in one-year course for vet-
erans and even half-year courses
for high school graduates, because
there can be no hope of training
a sufficient number of fully quali-
fied teachers quickly enough. The
government recently agreed to
exempt teachers from military
service, and a similar arrange-
ment may have to be made for
teachers-in-training.
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FOR A
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pusive Distributors of
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West Miami Center Will
Hold Annual Dance
The West Miami Jewish Center
will sponsor its second annual
dance on Saturday, April 15, at
8:30 p.m. in Dora August Mem-
orial Hall.
Hal Murray will serve as
master of ceremonies. An or-
chestra for dancing, entertain-
ment featuring night club stars,
games and refreshments, are on
the agenda.
Tickets may be obtained by
mail by calling Leonard Kalish
at 83-5567.
Teen-Age Seder Slated
The Miami Jewish Community
Center Youth Council will sponsor
its annual teen-age Seder on
Tuesday, April 4, at 8:30 p.m., in
the center gym.
In addition to the traditional
Passover ceremony, a round-
table discussion on "How to Im-
plement the Meaning of Passover
as Related to Modern Living"
will be held. The evening will
conclude with a dance.
It It With Pleasure That I
Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To all my Friends and
Acquaintances
O. B. WHITE
46 N. W. First Street
PHONE 2-4010
A MOST HAPPY HOLH)AY
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BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
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SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
74 N. E. 20th Street
PHONE 9-8311
Cantor Malek to Officiate
At Strath Haven Seder
Cantor J. W. Malek
The Strath-Haven Hotel, 411
Ocean Drive, has announced the
engagement for the third con-
secutive year of Cantor Joseph
W. Malek, prominent in musical
circles both locally and in the
north and the possessor of a fine
tenor voice, to officiate at Seder
services on the first two nights
of the Passover holidays.
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted at the Strath-Haven,
where according to hosts Samuel
Kupperman and Louis N. Lech-
ner, "delicious food will be served
in strict accordince with dietary
laws and in the traditional man-
ner."
Cantor Malek participates in
local activities in addition to his
musical contributions, and serves
as cantor and musical director of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
He is an attorney practicing ui
Greater Miami.
GREETINGS
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744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202
Marion Drug Store
1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621
Rockmoor Pharmacy
5901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2011
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GROCERY
378 N. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9700
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Wilson Garage, Inc.
170 N. E. First Street
TO ALL A MOST
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1830 N. W. MIAMI COURT
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86-2419 4-6909
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FRIDAY, March
Samuels Named Director Of Camp To
Be Operated By Southeastern Centers
Julius Samuels, activities di-
rector of the Miami Jewish
Co nmunity center, has been ap-
pointed director of the camp to
,.....perated by the Southeastern
Jewish Community Centers at
Chickasaw State Park, Hender-
s in, Tenn.
Samuels received his early ed-
ucation in Now Yuik City and
received his B.S. at the College
of the City of New York. He -
ceived his degree of M.A. in social
science from Columbia University
jmd his M.A. at the New York
School of Social Work.
Prior to coming to Miami.
Samuels was director of the
Bronx River Neighborhood Cen-
ter, an affiliate of the Jewish
Association of Neighborhood Cen-
:. rs in New York City.
During the war he was em-
ployed by the USO Jewish
Welfare board as a director. He
was also instructor in dramatic
arts in theatrical schools and
camps and has had considerable
. xperience in working with chil-
dren in day ami country camp
settings.
The camp will be operated on
i-profil basis by the South
rn Jew ish Community Cen-
ters Camping \ n
Ihe '- h Con nunitj
'.;. Si Uthi t(
pen to
local Jewis
Cen '
from Jut) Sep I
ii i 115
1 I.
Phi t Cl ";

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lilies, ift-

..- jus.
e-furn ed, e-s
ithing.
nil ties
icing read
i h of the Southern commun-
t the
they may
pt. Ii is nl i ipated that
10 children and that the maxi-
fee for tl season will
e about $170 Th fee will in-
complete linen servi
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WALTER A.
FREDERICKS MARKET
645 N. W. 62nd Street
Phone 89-5651
GREETINGS
i \in: COUNTY
Julius Samuels
the children but will not include
transportation expenses. Inter-
ested parents may inquire foi
further information at the Miami
Jewiah Community Center and
B h YM and YWHA.
Jctycees Campaign To
"Get-Out-The-Vote"
Get-Out-Thi -V >te" cam-
: thi Ji Chamber oi
: ve in
lis week.
vrh n 1 fr
ns, enlisting the aid of theii
in Ihe drive,
ns .vish ng to assisl in the
re request!
.! Mary Kerr at 3-8946 for
pre incts or I
k< rs for their orgi i
I
Tag Way To Aid
< ri||l<' Monday. April 3, has beeajf1*;
claimed "Easter Lily Tag.pay
by Mayors Harold Turk. William
M Wolfarth and W. K.'iili
hillips for the Dade Counts
Society for Crippled Children
oniunction with its Easter
campaign, scheduled to close
Api il 9.
The mayors are urging citizens
if their respective communities
to purchase the Easter lilies,
which have been made by handi-
capped workers. Contributions ol
any amount will be accepted.
Funds d< lived from Easter lily
tag day and the Easter seal cam-
paign will be used locally for thi
new Treatment Center for Crip-
pled and Cerebral Palsied Chil-
dren, now being built at 159 N.E.
51st St. The building will be
completed this summer and will
house the most modern equip-
ment available for the treatment
(,f cerebral palsy. A spinal class
will be available for cerebral
palsied children too severely
handicapped to tit into the Roose-
velt School classroom.
Fifty organizations and 400
members of the Dade County
Fed< ration ol Women's Clubs and
tin Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations will partici-
pate in the 18 areas that are being
covered for the day.
Chairmen for the event are Mrs
Arthur D. Frishman. of tl
Beach B'nai B'rith Women. A
; Mrs Edwi rd Wi
D di Count> s iciety I >r Cri
Childrei H ni; and Mrs. O. H.
: Millian, Coral G
H nen's Club. Coral G
Cantor Malek Sings
Joseph W. Malek, cantor and
musical director
of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, appeared
,, ,, pn gram of cantonal and
other songs at the Jewish Home
for the Aged. Also on the program
were Shirley Ward, accordionist-
and Stephen F. Kessier,
noted local pianist. ______
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