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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
/PLUME 24NUMBER 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
I951CJA Winds Up With $1,101,602,
forkers Continue Clean-Up Activities
ter Miami's 1951 Corn-
lined Jewish Appeal officially
Lip Mondav with a total of
02, $368,968 short of the
1,470,570 goal, according to
(amuel Friedland campaign
Eairman.
"Our campaign may be of-
jially ended," Friedland told his
workers, "but we shall not
, our efforts until we raise
i dollar of our quota."
paign activities have been
bntralized into three units, A
ttei headed by Stanley C.
j is contacting all outstand-
Ig pledges of $200 and over. This
turned in over $40,000 last
A iron Kanner and Fred
S oi het are In charge of a
which will handle
I between S100 and $200.
I meeting of this unit is
.. duled for 3 p.m. Friday. April
in Federation offices. A third
kmmittee is being organized to
i prospective contributors
than $100.
I A. the drive officially closed,
|. was leading other com-
munities in percentage increase
over last year. The $1,101,602
pledged to date is 75 percent of
the goal: however, it represents
90 percent of what the commun-
ity contributed to the appeal last
year, when Miami was fourteenth
in the entire nation.
Leading unit in percentage in-
crease was the women's gift unit,
under Mrs. Louis Glasser, which
has raised 130 percent more than
last year. An additional $25,000
will make it possible for this
group to reach its goal of 10 per-
cent of the entire campaign.
To date the trades unit has
turned in 94 percent of last year's
Collections The hotel unit has col-
lected slightly more than last
year, while the winter residents
and metropolitan have raised 62
and 80 percent respectively of
last year's total.
Still working on clean-up ac-
tivities are Jack Ablin, Abe Kur-
man, Aaron Kanner, Benjamin
Bernheim, J. M. Seidenberg and
Joe Garfield.
Cease Fire In Israel Ordered
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
bombing of Syrian troops by the
Israel Air Force was condemned
Monday in a statement by the
. State Department, The essence of
the statement was that both Israel
and Syria were in the wrong.
The State Department said it
wished to make known what
George M. McGhee, Assistant
Secretary of State for Near East-
ern Affairs, told Israel Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban and Syrian Min-
ister Faiz El Khouri when they
called at the State Department
Friday to discuss the trouble be-
tween Syria and Israel in the
Huleh region. Secretary McGhee
made it clear that "the Govern-
ment of the United States takes
a serious view of the incidents."
He emphasized that the U.S. con-
: siders that the stake which the
I two countries and the United Na-
I tions have in the maintenance of
peace along their frontiers "is i
such that attempts to determine '
responsibility or validity of claims
or counter-claims are dwarfed in
the larger context of the necessi-
ty to maintain peace in the area."
"The U.S.." Secretary McGhee
said, "regrets the recent shoot-
ing of seven Israel policemen in
the southern part of the demili-
tarized zone. The Israel Ambas-
sador was informed that it is the
view of the U. S. government,
however, that this incident in no
way justified subsequent retalia- j
tory bombing by the Israel Air I
Force of Syrian territory. Fur-
ther, the U.S. assumes the Israel
government will cease forthwith
military action in the area and
will act in accord with the find-
ings of the United Nations.
"In the long run the position
of Israel in the Near East is de-
Itofli. BCobiii'iiberg Will Speak At
\orl h Shore Ground Breaking Rites
Israeli Minister
outers With
aI Leaders
ifaacov Geri, Israeli Minister ol
Bde and Industry, arrived in
ami 'Wednesday for a series of
jrences with local Jewish
tiers.
Purpose of the meetings was to
|tiate plans for launching the
dth Florida campaign in behalf
he State of Israel bond issue.
Jeri's first conference was on
jrsday morning, April 12, when
had breakfast at the Sorrento
)tel with members of the local
Dnd drive steering committee,
Insisting of Samuel Friedland,
Bin Lachman, Seymour B. Lieb-
f,.n, Stanley C. Myers and Mit-
Wolfson,
A luncheon meeting at the
Bielborne Hotel at 12 noon pro-
Id I Geri with an opportunity
jf cuss the nature of the Is-
(a li bond issue before a group
i community leaders.
At 8 p.m. Geri was feated at
ption at the Miami Beach
Is- Club.
II Red Cross Drive
Inits Go Over Top
ph M. Lipton, chairman of
|1 d Cross 1951 fund drive
knniuneed this week that 11 of
r mailer sections of the cam-
ll have topped their quota,
Ibut the drive is still over $72,000
Phort of its $278,960 goal. The
gn, originally scheduled to
|tnd March 31, has been extended
M i April 20, to give workers addi-
time to push the drive
[over th( goal.
In the county division, undei
in S. Gullet, section chair-
Imen who have "gone over the
include Richard Cleasby,
Springs; Vance Ramer
ih Moose Lodge), Hialeah;
Samuel Stone. Golden
Mrs. M. J. Shelley, North
and Mrs. A. Griffing, Bis-
lens.
B. Turner, chairman of
\ rcial division, reports
following leaders in his
have reached their goal:
Ruba W. Lalor, florists;
G. Danger, auto supply
Richard Plumer,
ire companies; E. S. "Al"
optical and dental sup-
mpanies; and A. M. Tyler,
retail grocers.
n M. Reder, Miami Beach
Mfice buildings, has also collected
>e amount assigned to him.
is expected that the addi-
wnal time allowed bv the dead-
'">e extension will enable work-
*rs to complete their rounds and
reach the $278,960 quota.
Federation Annual Meet
Scheduled For May 13
William D. Singer, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, announced that the
Federation will hold its annual
meeting Sunday evening, May
13.
"This is the Bar Mitzvah year
of Federation and this year's
annual meeting, the thirteenth
in the history of Federation, is
particularly noteworthy, since
it signifies the coming-of-age
of our Jewish community,"
Singer said.
Ben Essen, president of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, has been appointed chair-
man of the meeting committee
and is working with a number
of community leaders on the
program.
Election of officers and mem-
bers of the board of governors
of Federation is scheduled.
Contributors of ten dollars or
more to the Combined Jewish
Appeal are automatically mem-
bers of the Federation and
eligible to vote.
Councilman Burnett Roth of
Miami Beach and Dr. Max J.
Routtenberg of New York will be
principal speakers at the ground-
breaking ceremonies for the
North Shore Jewish Center Sun-
day, April 15, at 2:30 p.m. at 75th
St. and Carlyle Ave.
Dr. Routtenberg installed the
first officers of the North Shore
Jewish Center at rites held at the
Sorrento Hotel in January 1950.
He is executive vice president of
the Rabbinical Assembly, the
guiding board of the United
Synagogue of America, which is
the national organization for more
than 500 conservative synagogues
in the United States.
The occasion will also mark
the first public appearance of the
Cantorial Chorus of the Greater
Miami Cantor's Association.
Members include Cantors
Paul Beck. Louis D. Feder,
Mordecai Feinerman, Jack Y.
Goldring, Berele Kelemer, Sam-
uel Kelemer, Joseph W. Malek,
Abraham Seif, Jacob Tambor and
J. Birr, Dr. Santos and Israel
Teich.
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach and Rabbi Philip Fried,
spiritual leader of the North
Shore Jewish Center,
slated to speak.
are also
pendent upon the development of
friendly relations with the Arab
states. Incidents of this kind can
only postpone the achievement by
Israel of sound neighborly rela-
tions. Moreover, they contribute
definitely to increased instability
in an important area of the world
at a time when the critical con-
ditions of international affairs
can ill-afford such a situation."
Secretary McGhee said sub-
stantially the same thing to the
Syrians, but did not elaborate
the details as was done in the
case of Israel. The Syrian Minis-
ter "was informed that the U.S.
urged Syria to take immediate
steps to assure there will be no
further recourse to violence on
the part of Syrian forces." The
U.S. has already instructed its
mission in Syria and Israel to in-
form both government of its be-
lief that the demilitarized zone
should be immediately evacuated
by military forces of both sides
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Dade X-Ray Tests
Now Being Given
A county-wide mass chest
X-ray survey, with 125,000 chest
exposures as its goal, started this
week. Seven units will give free
chest X-rays at 93 locations dur-
ing the next six weeks.
The project is jointly sponsored
by the Florida State Board of
Health and the Dade County
Tuberculosis Association.
Four permanent locations will
be located in the Greater Miami
area. They will operate at the
main floor of the Dade County
court house, in front of Burdine's,
at the university and at the Dade
County Clinic, 1401 N.W. 7th
Ave.
29 Candidates Vie For 4 Council Seats,
Largest Field In Miami Beach History
Max J. Routtenberg
Twenty-nine candidates, the
largest field in the history of Mi-
ami Beach, are seeking four
$3,000-a-year city council seats
in what is expected to be the
community's costliest political
race.
Observers of the 1949 cam-
paign, in which 22 participated,
estimated that it cost at least
Bond Issue Is New Type Aid To Israel
Israel's $500,000,000 bond issue
is an entirely new form of Amer-
ican aid to Israel. It is based on
the fact that Israel has advanced
to the point where it can invite
investment on the same basis as
any other growing country or a/iy
expanding business concern.
Unfortunately, philanth ropic
contributions through the United
Jewish Appeal are entirely in-
adequate to meet the growing
economic needs of Israel. At the
present time Israel must import
a minimum of S250.000.000 worth
of goods a year. Its annual ex-
ports total S50.000.000. This wide
gap cannot possibly be bridged
by philanthropic dollars.
There is neither conflict nor
competition between the United
Jewish Appeal and the Govern-
ment of Israel Bond Issue. In fact,
they complement each other.
United Jewish Appeal philan-
thropic dollars and bond drive
investment dollars come from dif-
ferent sources and are directed
to different purposes.
Contributions made to the
United Jewish Appeal are tax-
free and deductible on your U.S.
income tax returns. The U.&.
Government allows you to deduct
up to 15 percent of your income
for charitable contributions. The
bond issue, on the other hand,
invites your investments. When
you make a contribution, you ex-
pect no return except the moral
satisfaction which you derive
from giving. When you buy bonds,
every cent you invest in Israel
will be repaid with interest. And,
of course, you are in both cases
participating in a great humani-
tarian endeavor.
A primary reason that Israel
needs extensive financial aid
from America is the vast flow
of immigration to the Jewish
State. More than 520.000 immi-
grants have entered since the
state was proclaimed; an addi-
tional 600.000 are expected dur-
ing the next three years.
Israel envisions an unpre-
cedented industrial and agricul-
tural expansion during the com-
ing three-year period to absorb
its new citizens and to achieve a
real degree of economic self-suf-
ficiency. The country has the re-
sources and the manpower to
achieve this expansion; all that is
required is the necessary capital.
At a conference of American
I Jewish leaders held in Jerusalem
I last Fall, Israel's Prime Minister
j David Ben Gurion proposed a
I four-point program of American
aid to Israel, including the United
Jewish Appeal, grants-in-aid by
the U.S. Government, private in-
vestment, and a State of Israel
Bond Issue. This program re- j
ceived the support of the Ameri- \
cans who were present and was
later unanimously endorsed by a
conference of 1600 American
Jewish community leaders in
Washington.
Israel's $500,000,000 bond issue
i represents the largest single
source of funds in this four-point
program. Unlike philanthropic
funds, money derived through the
bond issue will be invested ex-
clusively in productive enter-
prises which will yield a good
return and help Israel to over-
come its present excess of im-
ports over exports.
The bond issue marks the open-
ing of an era of economic ma-
turity for the' State of Israel.
The economic development
which will be made possible by
the bonds, will solidify Israel's
role as the key industrial nation
in the entire Middle East.
$250,000. A single unsuccessful
candidate, Aaron Courshon. is
alleged to have spent a small for-
tune. Courshon, a hotel operator
who finished eighth in that race,
is again a candidate.
Holding their seats for another
two years are Mayor Harold
Turk and Councilmen William
Burbridge and Melvin Richard,
who were elected to four year
terms in 1949.
All four of the incumbents
whose terms expire this year are
seeking reelection. They are
former Mayor Marcie Liberman.
D. Lee Powell, Burnett Roth and
Maurice (Doc) Klein.
John B. Quinn, a masseur, is
trying for office again after un-
successful attempts in 1949 and
1941. Others who are making
their second race include James
H. Norton, insurance man;
Charles Westcourt, theatrical
manager; Meyer (Mike Faust)
Golub, photographer: Louis
Shafkin. jeweler; Fritz Rahn,
former city park department em-
ployee.
Two city officials. Judge Ber-
nard Frank and Building In-
spector J. J. Farrey, are candi-
dates.
Making their first race are Jack
Siegel, former police department
janitor; Nathan Schwartz, dress
shop operator: Ray Redman, pub-
lic relations man; Morris Berick,
attorney; Melvin Muroff, Uni-
versity of Miami law student;
Jack Davis, druggist; Jack A.
Abbott, attorney; Al Feinstein,
antique merchant; Frank A. Mar-
tin real estate; Ben Kempler,
clothing shop operator; Seymour
Greenbaum, trucker; Jack Gor-
don, real estate man, and Harold
Zinn and Robert A. Peterson,
attorneys.


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pai with the Torah itself.
Future Existence
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had lived in former existences. Il
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ish thinking. The concept of a burn
henna) and a blissful paradise
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lier. But in Spam the Gilgul (i
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Services will be conducted by
Melvin Bialeck, Daniel Kan
Marilyn Kutnick, Allan Laufer,
Dorothy and Sandra Schreidell,
Roselle Segal, Reva Shapiro.
Jerry Shevin and Adele Siegel
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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951
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A/A Unit To Mark
"Bar Mitzvah"
\ "Bar Mitzvah" Sabbath w
,'. will mark the thirteenth
iy (if Miami AZA 322 on
[ay, April 14. at the Miami
Hebrew School and ConRtenation.
Expected at the unusual cere-
.,.,' are many alumnu and
advise ra of the group, in-
cluding Judge Sam I. Silver.
|en1 of the B'nai B'rith
.! of South Florida; Milton
ledman, national youth com-
,ner; Louis Hciman, former
i, nt of District Grand Lodge
n i Ted Sakowitz.
chapter was founded in
\pril, 1938, by a group of boys
have since become leaders
e community. The dishn-
I record of the chapter in-
. many awards, such as the
d i!, it Chapter Award in
United States in 1940. the
B'rith Cooperation National
Vround Award in 1948-49.
n r< cenl years 322 has placed
;l positions in basketball,
ry, debate, regional, dstrict
es.
i Saal is in charge of Sat-
.'.< program, assisted by Har-
vi v Kasow. Sidney Lewis and
]] .ward Solomon.
Auxiliary Slates
"Gaiety Night"
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be
hostess at the "Gaiety Night" to
be sponsored by the Miami Ladies
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home
the Aged on Sunday, April
8:30 p.m. at the Grossingcr-
oast Hotel.
Harold Shapiro will emcee the
,:n which will include the
G.liles Jewish Center
Chorus, directed bv Mrs. Irwin
stein, and Singer Gloria
an. Harry Rogers and his
a will play for dancing
Sidn< v H. Palmer and
I Cohen are co-i-hair-
: I ii ( vent.
I ng an' Mrs. Sydney L.
ib, president, and the
11 rry Marlow, Leon
Field, Isidore Fine.
S hm idman, Jack Katz.
Einhorn Sam Gettner,
Esther Goodman.
Over 400 Hear
Israeli Consul
"Foresight, faith and labor
not just a miracle of God
were responsible for the i -
tablishment of the State of Is-
said Josef Nevo,
consul of the Israel Consul ('.< n-
eral's office of New York, in an
address Monday night before an
overflow crowd in excess of -Kid
people in the patio of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Mel Vola, who is not J'
but who is one of the most active
workers in the Miami Young
Zionist District, was presented a
lapel pin by Mr. Nevo in recogni-
tion of his work. Others honored
by presentations included Oscar
Lelchuk and Mrs. Morris Simon.
of Coral Gables; Mrs. Dena Sims
and Marty Eig. of the ."
Young Zionist District. The Mi-
ami Beach district, with 1168
members enrolled, and its presi-
di nt, Alex Van Straaten. were ac-
corded top honors in the mem-
bership race among the six groups
in Greater Miami. The member-
ship drive will continue through
the end of April.
Nevo, who was greeted Monday
by Mayors William Wolfarth of
Miami and Harold Turk of Miami
Beach, stated that the catastrophe
of European Jewry6.000.000
perished during Hitler's ascen-
Represcntatives from loc?l districts of the Zionist Organization of America are shown above
greeting Josef Nevo. serior cor.sul of the Israeli Consul General's office of New York, as he arrived
by Eastern Air Lines Sunday afternoon. Left to right are Oscar Lelchuk. Morris Simon and Norman
Lyons (president) of the Coral Gables ZOA district; Seymour B. Licbman, general chairman of the
Nevo reception committee for the six Greater Miami districts; Nevo; Sandy Swerdlin, president of
the Miami ZOA district; Melvin Pazol. executive director of the Greater Miami ZOA area; Irving
Saal. vice president of the Miami ZOA district; Lester Toloff end Mrs. Lelchuk, of the Coral Gables
district; Mrs. Melvin Pazol and Mrs. Seymour B. L iebman. Nevo addressed a meeting of the six dis-
tricts at 8:30 Monday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Israelite Center
Schedules Seders
The Israelite Center is sponsor-
ing a third Seder on Sunday.
dancyand the help of Jews in A ., 22 t 7:30 the cen.
America were primary factors in ., Mm ,., .
the military and political success ter building. 3198 S.W^ 24th Avc.
of the State of Israel. 9harles r idelman. chairman, is
Despite the fact that the influx being assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
600.000 Jews in less than three Robert Becker, Murray Park and
has upset the economy of Mrs- L Goldberg,
the new statean almost 100'. Thi group's Hebrew and Sun-
line reasethe Knesseth (Con- day schools are conducting a
i is about to pass a "Law model Seder on Sunday. April
of Return," declaring that "Every is. at 10 a.m. under the super-
Jew has a right to return to Is- vision of Andrew Kornreich, He-
rael." brew teacher.
To our many friends & customers of the State of Florida
For the finest quality fresh northern fish
Lake Erie Whitefish Pike Carp Hecht
PLACE YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY ORDER NOW
Last snipping date Tues.. April 17You may phone or wire
CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE
of
Years
NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER
"STRICTLY KOSHER"
Till: BELVEDERE HOTKL
843 Euclid Aver.ue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1103
Well known C?ntor will conduct Seder Services.
REASONABLE RATES
HOME MILK
TAKES PLEASURE
In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that
they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with
Kosher Milk For Passover
HOME MILK
Is Supervised and Endorsed by the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
(the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth. which is a
participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation)
as
Kosher for Passover
For Information About Kashruth Call
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director oi the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth who take, PL'Z
oi the order oi Kashruth. Only those products which have the endorsement
oi the Vaad are Kosher for Passover.
TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
PHONE 2-7696
Drink Daily Fresh
...and Taste the DtUerencel

425 W. Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
Telephone 2-6875
4.
THE GREATER MIAMI
VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy onlv in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth T\ 1 3 is displayed:
2. And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H.
n 1 0 i as this is the only identification which proves
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochct;
3. A slii on the throat of a chicken is not proof that it is
kosher, according to the Jewish Law;
Stores which were endorsed previously might not be
endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see if the sign
of the G.M.V.H. is displayedDO NOT TELEPHONE
YOUR ORDERS!
AND ANNOUNCES
That the following poultry markets in the
CITY OF MIAMI
are under supervision and endorsement:
ADLER'S LIVE KOSHER POULTRY MARKET.
1832 S.W. 8th St.
' ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 2011 S.W. 81h St.
FIFTH STREET LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 149 N.W. 5th St.
CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St.
FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO.. 230 N.W. 5th St.
KENHOLZ MEAT & POULTRY MARKET,
2634 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
(NOTE: Several of the other meat markets did not allow
the Mashgiachs to enter their stores, and they are selling
chickens without identification, and those markets are not
recognized as Kosher by the Vaad.)
MIAMI BEACH
BERMAN POULTRY, 86 Washington Ave.
GUTTMAN & LAPOF LIVE POULTRY MARKET.
325 Collins Ave.
HERMAN'S MEAT & POULTRY MARKET. 732 6th St.
HOFFMAN'S KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS. 415 Espanola Way
KAPLAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET. 552 Washington Ave.
MALTERS KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET,
436 Collins Ave.
S & H LIVE POULTRY MARKET, 320 Collins Ave.
AND ALSO ANNOUNCES
That signs such as "Traditional Dinners." "Jewish Meals,"
"Kosher Style." "Jewish Style," or "Sacramental Wine is
Served." deiinitely do not assure kashruth.
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our
Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Harry Sirkin. Pres.
H. Sootin, Secy.
Telephone 5-3595
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Vohltnc 24 Number 15
NISA.V 7, 5711
FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951
Seif To Conduct Rites
reat:r,n on Apnl 20 and 21 m '
! the synagogue tOCttl hall |
Dr. Chain, W.i,maJ;pr^3 ">U porrrai, of
Maximilian Mots. President M1 L 0f lw** t0
t'on of New York Cit?ai r!. B3rd Ed""
w-th the formal openlnj 0" tof^S S conn^io
Iel: Rebirth o7 o \*ueatn^ xhibit
Council, an affiliate of the Jewish Education Corn
i"ee of New York, the .xhibil cor.sists cf gW""
hundred items of sculpture, painting, ceramics, an
metalwork. graphic arts, filigree jewelry and
tographs and present, a birdVere iew Jg3
On the extrem. right U Judah Lapson. director
the Hebrew Culture Council, and on the W*
Mr^ Bert Goldstein, nation^ president of ftow*
women and chairman of the ExhibU CoIl>u,,^
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ispitalized Vets May
lend Outside Services
,bbi Morris A. Skop, chap-
' at the Veterans Hospital in
nil Gables, has announced that
Uis have been completed for
sover leave for all amublatory
tents and medical personnel
Seder Will Feature
Dr. Joseph Burstein
Dr. Joseph Burstein, director
of the culture and education de-
Student Receives Hillel Office
Sanford G. Kimball, son of Christian Association by the
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball, I president. Kimball has been ac-
freshman in premedical school: tive on the varsity tennis team
partment of the Histadrut, will'at Emorv University, Atlanta, and writes religious news for the
speak at the annual third seder Ga.. has been named to the ex- i school newspaper, "The Wheel."
banquet of the Bialik and Bon ecutive board of the Hillel found- j Nomination to the board re-
attend both the Passover Se-I Gurinn Branches of the Fnrband ation there. quires that the student maintain
and religious services at j at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday; He was alsQ appointed to the an average of "B" or better. Kim-
[a] svnagogues and temples.
Special Passover packages will
distributed to all veterans not
to leave the hospital for the
er holidays by committees
bm the Jewish Welfare Board
dod by Mrs. Harry Gordon,
Jewish War Veterans headed
Mrs. Rose Horn, and the B'nai
ith headed by Leo Steinman
Herb Weiss. Haggadahs,
jdies. macaroons, peach candy,
of Passover and matzohs
be included.
'Packaged seders" for hun-
.,1s of Jewish GIs and hospi-
ed veterans at six of the
Igest military posts and one
n's hospital in this country
v, been made available for the
time by the National Jewish
Ufare Board (JWB)govern-
Cnt-authorized agency for
e, ting the religious and recrea-
necds of Jews in the armed
The Passover seder food pack-
consisting of individual
tzen packages of fish, chicken,
retables and dessert, as well as
Bins and flatware, will be sent
Camp Lejeune and Ft. Bragg.
C, Ft. Sam Houston and
kland Air Force Base, Tex.,
Knox, Ky., Ft. Mcade, Md.,
id the F. D. R. Veterans Hos-
Ital. Montrose, N. Y. Jewish
I will officiate at these
ther seders in this country
n /< Masarrangement and
on of which have been
:i risibility since World
. 1.
Senior High School.
evening, April 24.
All proceeds are earmarked for ^ard_of_thc Emory University | ball is agraduate of Miami Beach
th" Histadrut in Israel.
Dr. Burstein went to Palestine < Book On MacArtllUr
from Poland 16 years ago after
graduating from Warsaw Uni- To Be Reviewed
versity with a Ph. D. in psycho-
logy and history, During the war
for Israel's independence, he was
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view John Gunther's "The Riddle
the director of all military radio I o{ MacArthur" at the next session
operations and frequently con- f th p id Review_ a cultura]
ducted his broadcasts under the J
very noses of the British without i project sponsored by the Greater
detection..
In addition to being director of Friday. April 13. at 1 p.m. at
Histadrut's culture and education Temple Beth Sholom.
Judge Galen Dies
Daniel P. Galen, veteran Miami
Beach resident, died last week
and was interred in Woodlawn
cemetery, following a requiem
mass at St. Patrick's church.
Judge Galen was a member of
the Dade County and American
Mia'mi Chapter of Hadassah, on Bar Associations and president of
department, he also heads special
schools for social service and
trade union activities for His-
tadrut members and gives in-
struction in administration and
general subjects.
Final review is scheduled for
the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion. He was also a member of
the Miami boxing commission for
May 4, according to Mrs. Sol H. several years.
Leslie, chairman. Educated at Temple University
All proceeds from the projects; and LaSalle College, both in
are earmarked for the Hadassah's Philadelphia, Judge Galen came
new medical center in Israel. to Florida in 1925.
THE FINEST TREAT
FOR PASSOVER
FROM ISRAEL
ELITE
Chocolate
Truly Delicious!
Now Obtainable at
Food Fair
and
Carl's Markets
v
TL Receives Two
Promotion Awards
10, 111.Two national
. pn. ented here
.1 H. Keele, sales pio-
nager for Florida
& Light Co.. as the powei
warded first prize
motion of electric kit-
Vns and second prize for its
i lectric ran
Pal :.., the power com-
lany does not sell kitchen equip-
i or electric ranges
p part ir. Awards were given
sr the utility's assistance t> re-
I rid wholesalers through-
lul '
lucted by the Edison Elec-
Institute, the nation-wide
inually draws competi-
iii fn n sc ires of utility com-
Prizes are known as the
f*Gi ge A. Hughes Awards" in
iration of the inventor
< lectric range. _______
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SMASHING LOW
PRICES ON
FISHING TACKLE
Hard ware-Paints-Guns
Ammunition-Appliances
Stainless LEADER WIRE 23
i ; Nob. 1-9 each. Keg. 33c
HEAVY DUTY REEL $''
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Reg. |10
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PFLEUER FISH HOOKS
8lsea l to :>ioo Reg. $2.">o
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Reg, J1S.95 ...
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HEAVT BOAT
ROD. Upr. 111.50
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LARGE ALUMINUM $''5
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LEAD SINKERS 1-os. to 8 ox. $B49
lies l l,h. lie Lbs. *
1ALVANIZBD MINNOW *9
Bfl'KKTS, Reg. $3.30 .......- *
FOLDING CRAB THAI'S |18
Reg 11.78 ea.
NO. 1 BRASS
SWIVELS Keg. So
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2300 PLUGS Keg. $1.23 $1.40 _. each *
UA8 LAMPS, I I'.IKNKlfS '11"
CITY SERVICE MOTOR OIL l|l Qal. Can, Tax Incl...... *
ICE BOX Reg. $10 675
For Passover Enjoyment
and Good Nourishment
FARMER CHEESE SWEET BUTTER
CREAM CHEESE SOUR CREAM
COTTAGE CHEESE
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER ft Dfi 9 1V 3 AND ALL YEAR 'ROUND.
AS CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK
Make Sure That the Name
Appears On Every Product
Miami Office 153 NJL 29th St. Phone 82-.4731



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vJewisfi Fhrldian
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Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer announce th* birth of a
jctughter, Wednesday morning, April 11, at Mount Sinai
hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mr=. Jack Mintzer have moved into their new home
I 6440 N. Bay Read, Miami -Beach.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer will hold a Charm'
is at their new home, 1945 S.W. 13th St., on Sunday,
15, from 2 to 5 p.m.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Julius S. Sperlinq, 1915 South Miami Ave..
anounce the birth of a son, Jerry Alan, on March 20 at St.
rancis Hospital. The bris was held March 28 at the hospital,
andek was the baby's maternal arandfather, Harry L. Zalph;
odparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenberg; and mohel, Rabbi
M. Machtei. The Sperlings are also the parents of a son,
tephen Michael.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Levine of Boston and Brookline, Mass.,
e spending the weekend with his brother and sister-in-law,
lr. and Mrs. J. L. Levine of 3670 SW. 24th Terr. The latter are
ormer residents of Brooklyn, N. Y.
*
House guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Finkel-
itein, 3291 S.W. 18th St., are Mr. Finkelstein's mother and father
ster, Nance.
* *
The bris of Peter Wetheim. son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
ertheim, 1318 Taylor St., Hollywood, Fla., was held Tuesday,
wil 3. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated.
* *
Guests at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, include
id Mrs. Sam Tucker cf Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Tucker is the
of Richard Tucker, Metropolitan Opera star.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan, 1258 Marseilles Drive,
Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Mona Shelley,
n Thursday, April 5. The Selevans are also the parents of a
cuc;hter, Linda Debra.
* *
Among winter vacationers at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami
Beach, is Morris Kaiser of Brooklyn, N. Y., who is the father of
Henry Kaiser, Assistant Secretary of State. Also a guest at the
Strcth-Haven is long time Miamian, Louis Green, who is active
in local religious circles.
* *
On Tuesday, April 3, Rabbi Philip Fried performed the bris
ol Berl Covetti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Covetti of Holly-
wood, Fla. Amonq guests was the baby's grandmother, Mrs.
e Boxman of Miami Beach and Atlantic City.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Lyons entertained with a dinner on
April 7 a'. San Juan Restaurant in honor of the birthday of Miss
Sarah Ros nhause, sister of Mrs. Lyons.____________^_
Kclith Hard Plights Troth To New Yorker
ithal of Miss !'. th
to Norman 11. Blum, s n ol Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Blum, Bronx, N.
Y.. has been by her
pai nts Mr. and Mrs. Louis J.
6924 Bay Drive, Miami
-,..., led r mated
: .; Beach Hig S
and attended Walsh School ol
Business Science.
Mr, Blym was graduated from
the Univerity of Miami and is
working for his master's di gree
in economics at New York Uni-
versity.
No date his been set for the
wedding. ^^^____________
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Levines At Home
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Cohens At Home In
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Mr, and Mrs. Mitchell D C
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Following p wedding trip,
through Fit rida, Mr. an I M '
Daniel L at
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Shirley C
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Mrs, I' i
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versity and is an attorney in
Columbus.
Miss Rose Rice served as ma I
of In.nor. Morton Spolter, the
bride's brother, was best man.
For the ceremony the
chose an ankle length flress if
mauve marquisette with a CO -
age of baby orchids and wh t i
accessories.
Bertha Snicker
Bertha Brucker
Seleels .lime 17

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l" ng :s
lertha Brucker, e en-
Li | i Davi i Adler, s in ol
md Mrs. Benjamin -Adler,
s mi h Miami, h :
by her parents, Mr. and
; n BruckeV, 351 Euclid Ave.,
Miam .
The bride-elect attended
schools in Philadelphia and isl
now i mployed by the Florida
s i Employment Service.
Mr. Adler is a graduate of Red-
hank High Schooi. Redbank, N.
J. A veteran of World War II,
he served with the Army Medi- I
cal Corns as a technician in the
Pacific Theatre and attended the
Army Medical Technicians
School in Denver. Colo., for two
years. Hi i owner of Adler's
11 y Mai -
!', th are members of Mi
iMian Beach Yi Zionist Dii -
Bru c irri s-
unit.
Springtime Houseparty
Will Aid Israel Youth
. Hadi -- ih's "Springtime
ai iv" will be ht Id Sun
. 15 at 8:30 at 120
N.W. 44th Ave.
till be d. to re-
, i di d
Don Shrai D R 'in -
R R iss and Harvey Rel-
.. p ici eds will go to Jun
lassah's main project. Meier
feyah, children's village in
' Palestine.
Entertainment C tee in-
cludes Chairman Ann Altenhouse,
Rita Ross. Lillian Rothman. Shir-
lev Friedman. Doris Rabinowitz
and Mickey Einhorn.
M rs. i'ir /.. vine
Mr. Li vine's parents are
Mr, and Mrs. Isadore Levini. Mi-
ami itici ii '. N. Y.
Given in
father, the bi ttended
bj M Saul S.
A
and dim d.
Tlie foi m< r Miss Katz
uated tron High s
and studied musii al the Uni-
M i ni. Hei husband is
. graduate ol the University of
.! ; Law School and a "
ber of T iu Epsilon Phi Era)
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Ducks Geese
Chickens Turkeys
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Shochei on Premises
Tues., Wed & Thurs. Mornings
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Passover Greetings
Rabbis Congregations Hotels **?*
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Phone 58-6942 Owner: Rabbi N. Lipschitz
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Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
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Phone 38-2303 or 58-4891 (Evenings)
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HAROLD'SHAPIRO
Councilman Powell
Seeks Re-Election
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April 18th. 12:15 P.M.
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RABBI IRVING
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JACOB C. FISHMAN
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aelegat. I -.., Grand Lodge *',th lhe result ng :hc d:nner. installa- ''xpindldJ S2.000.000 in placing
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they were sworn m w th "t? mnM,am11 Bfach taxes in 1950.
regular elective lodge officers in^" P "^ a leadin ">*
At the meeting A L ,fc<";'on of the Nautilus
IJ.UB !t J"10 Mt- s'nai Hospital
Adult Social Group mWcame t0 M,ami **<*
Sets Dance, Party W Efc*. t I
<--. holding a ,{ d^; J' h">" "1>1 nd racial u.
S>tu.-day oigut Apg f a| *.d n he ,posred M.ami
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Conducted by Cantor Samuel Karp
Phor.c 5-3491
116 Collins Avenue
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
Quality
BEVERAGES
Natural Fruit Flavors
KOSHER for PASSOVER
In Brand New Kosher Bottles
Under Supervision
Rabbi Hyman A. Rabinowitz
Fl LL An extra drink in .very big
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)AY, APRIL 13, 1951
"Jenisii noridliian
i

jsgftBwiSwSyws
e.iving for Israel aboard the
[La Guardia on April 25 is
iph Pollack, who was instru-
|ta! in organizing Branch 692
lie Workmen's Circle and was
ly responsible for the con-
ction of the group's lyceum
2 Washington Ave., Miami
fch. President of the Work-
l's Circle Peretz School, Pol-
ls the organization's repre-
live to the Bureau of Jewish
cation, chairman of its ceme-
committee, a member of the
|d of governors of the Greater
li Jewish Federation. Pollack
s to remain in the Jewish
for six months. On his re-
he will tour Europe,
knty-four-year-old Pollack is
I father of Pauline Eisenstat.
luel Pollack, Morris Pollack
[Sylvia Stein.
fs. Goluskin To
tend JCRS Meet
ris Goluskin. presi-
the Greater Miami
! the Jewish Con- '
ves Relief Society of Den- i
ill represent this area at!
ntion of the national
-,l of JCRS Auxiliaries, in |
York. April 14 through 16.
ke local chapter has five
Bits from Greater Miami I
| ng al the Denver Hos-I
and pays regular visitations
le tubercular wards at Jack-;
Memorial and Kendall Hos-
IB,
is. Goluskin will participate
lessions at the Hotel Astor.
agenda includes ways and
DS of increasing support for
Bnded medical services at the
iV"r hospital, where free care
latients of all faiths from all
Is of the country is extended.
Sterling Renamed
President Of
Beth David
Bernard A
elected prei ltlon
Beth David at a r. eting
of the organization.
Also elected to office were
. Harry Gordon, first vice presi-
dent; Frank A. Rose, second vice
president: John Feller, recording
j secretary; Sidney Lefcourt, fi-
nancial secretary; Daniel Serott,
treasurer; M. j. Kopelowitz, as-
sistant treasurer;' Mrs. L. Mar-
gulles, office secretary.
Members of the board of di-
rectors are Philip A Na-
! than Alexander, Lure Handel.
Murray Baum, Max Bergman,
Samuel Dickson, Le n ir I Egerl
Moe Feingold, Harvey Herman,
Max Jacob: in, Abraham Kasow
Harry Laufer, Nab i. .-... Dr. R F. Mack. Harry Markowitz, Ed-
ward Merlin. Stanley C. Myers
Sidney H. Palmer, Sidney Pozen
Henry Rabin, David Rabinowitz,
Edward Safei. Herbert E. Scher.
Jacob Sher. Henry Shier. S. J.
Spector. Max Swartz. Samuel
Traurig, Philip Warshaw and
Aaron Weinkle.
PAGE 9 A
B'nai B'rith Girls
To Seat Officers
ALS Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls,
will install new officers at a din-
ner to be held at Tvler's Rest-
aurant, 1257 West Flagler St. on
Sunday. April 15. at 4 p.m.
Mrs. Lenore Curtice, president
of Sholem Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, and senior adviser to the
chapter, will install the following
officers: Rhoda Zisman. presi-
dent: Mickev Rudniek. vice presi-
dent; Enid Bogner. corresponding
secretary: Myra Haas, recording
sec etary; Elizabeth Paul, treas-
urer; Myrna Jaeggi, chaplain;
Frances Huriwitz, parliamen-
tarian; Carol Heller, sgt. at arms.
Lorraine Albert, out-going presi-
dent, will be installed as junior
counsellor.
Eleanor Sacks and Rita Kohn.
co-chairman for the event have
announced that Mrs. A. Frank
Wellins. district youth chairman
for the state of Florida, Miss
Selma Lewis. Greater Miami di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, and Miss Doris
Klein, adviser to the chapter,
have been invited as honor
guests.
presPdenfof ^eamnlttt"nL1erA.t%^irnnrreaIlYthheM0red ^ Ir* Goldstein of Atlanta, former
topic of the evening was the fratcrnUvs ,o?rt V ^in?LBeach Athletic Club. Dr. Goldstein's
at Hebrew University. Pictured are to r Dr R h^'f '" the formation of a dental school
unit; Dr. Frank Corel, former president Dr Au!2 rL^uTV pres,dent f th* Greater Miami
ing as regent for the Southeastern District. nffxtE Hoser.thal, former pres.denl and currently serv-
^Goldb^g.^e^ary;^^ Weinkle. treasurer; Drfpwd-
Anna Miller Circle
Installs Mrs. Welch
Mrs. Lew Welch was installed
as president of the Anna Miller
Circle on Tuesday evening at the
Miami Beach Elks Lodge.
Others recognized at the rites
were Mrs. Morris Kantor and
Mrs. Sol Forman. vice presi-
dents; Malvina Schwartz, record-
ing secretary: Mrs. Gilbert Gor-
don, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Nat Serota, treasurer; Mrs.
Robert Henshaw, chaplain; Mrs.
R. Singer, parliamentarian; Mrs.
Jack Whalen. historian; Mrs. Lou
Shafkin, inner guard: Mrs. Mor-
ris Berman. outer guard; Mrs.
Adolph Morgenstern. two-year
trustee; Mrs. Morris Mattes. Mrs.
Harry Saunders. Mrs. David Hey-
man. Mrs. Nathan Blau. one-year
trustees.
PASSOVER SEDAR
(April 20)
Services conducted by
RABBI MOSHAY MANN
Phone for reservations
yyiontc Cat I? ui
To Air Passover Story
"The Passover Story" will be
presented on Simon Seiden's
Jewish Forum Hour on Sunday,
April 15, at 2 p.m. over station
WFEC.
Plan Donor Luncheon
Initial plans for i;s first donor
luncheon to be held Wednesday.
May 23, were made recently by
the Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El at a special meeting at
the home of Mrs. Eugene
Schwartz. 1930 S.W. 5th St.
Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs. Max
Rappaport are chairmen of the
event. Assisting them are the
Mesdames Sidney H. Palmer,
Morris Pepper, Murray Grauer,
Albert Zisman, Abe Pepper and
L. Weger.
On the Ocean at 65th
Phone 86-8721
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Mrs. Henrv Seitlin
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For the First Time
Kosher for Passover
Ginger Ale fc (lab Soda
In Quart Bottles
Under the supervisor. :'.
BE7.H JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS
Rabbi Mises Mescheloff. Director
Fc: Immedicte Service and Prompt Deliver/
Call
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ai 3-1596
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... and best wishes for a
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Absolutely no artificial flavoring or preservatives used.


|Y, APRIL 13, 1951
lieer Wmnen
Insor Festival
I, Women Club No. On
mi Beach sp msored
', tival on March 24. ac-
; Mrs, Henry Seitlin,
I
Uin welcomed gu
i iver the meeting to
K iplan, who sei ved
Rabbi
I ncipal sp
Maui nches and
i in the
Lou !'. instein
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hild-
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Iden book
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certifi-
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to the
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ted to Mrs.
ing presi-
r Miami Beach Women's
lo the Jewish Home
I v 11. when the group as-
a surprise luncheon
I nor at the Sorrento Ho-
Beach, last Monday.
of new officers and
ibers will be held at
meeting on April 24.
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To Oyr Subscribers .
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PAGE 12 A
+Je*1sti flcrkilar
Jewish Education Dinner Set For May 6,
Stavitsky Will Be Principal Speaker
The annual Jewish Education ish Appeal: vice president, Vi
Dinner, sponsored by the Bu
of Jewish Edu.- I eater
imi, will be held on Sunday,
6, at 6 p.m. at Temple B
Sholom, it was ami by
Matilda Ratnei .dim
Guest speaker will b M
A. Stavitsky, presic
American A-
Edi ".: :; Sta* .' .
lirector, field w k, J-
Welfare Board: cl
Housing authority: vi
board of overseers, Jewish Th
gical Seminar;. ica:
> vice ; J
Publication Society
board member. Unite I P
Appeal and National Unite I Jew-
I Synagogue of America.
The dinner.
ghts ol
n Gn tei A i
italla-
tion of new ofl t
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Mi R itni :.
11
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h ff, !- el Shap ff. L li
::. Eli Hurwitz, M L n
Ell an I rej tatives of J
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available I
at thi ::. if the bui
. essBl Ig 3-5858 ind f-048
choice: family plots
In Jewish SectionWoodlawn Park Cemetery
AVAILABLE NOW!
For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922
Jones Miami Beach Express Co.
MILO W. BENNETT
1S26 West Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 5 3707

Passover Services
And 'finnrr
April 20th & 21st
Choir, eight outstanding voices, conducted by
Mr. Ben Yomen
Margaret Ben Yomen, Organist
Services conducted by Cantor Nathaniel Sprinzer.
Canter end Leading Tenor of the New York Civic
Opera Company
7>*KI.M<:ilOO.M
Reservations 58-7881
Thv DpIaUO On the Ocean at 17th Street
2.00 first
18.00 '. .. :._-
Uht huniMy, dtaU that
YOUR MOTHER
co-uid no-t 6,eAv4, y,av~ atiu,
^ixith, ok mofit dtticioul
ftaad than
MENDELSOHN'S

BE5I46SUNT
NOW ACCEPTING
RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER
41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach
Air Conditioned for your Comiort Phone 58-8946
ADL Releases New
School Playlets
Release of "Four Chaplains"
and "Thomas Jefferski," two
new original school playlets on
ng I hun in relations, is
meed bv Gilbert J. Balkin.
I ctor, Fl irida Regional Office,
Anti-D< : iti n League of B"nai
B'rith.
V.. itten for the Flor-
ADL Office by Betty Gib-
L'niversity of Miami grad-
thc plaj lets utilize selei -
S ng a s ng I
p" by Irving Cai
ts have bi
: : use in
acy in th(
n," Balk n id,
Ion
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specil
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lets for scl

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. Mr. Pe >p

Beach (Golden Agers
Plan Sunday Cruise
River n
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: 1:4
Anna Goldl .-.,. -
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League Hears Lyons
" : R. Lyons, ..:
e the
Own.-:. Le; gue at its i
n etin ii the h .-. Cei ti
on the i .pic "Dangers Facing
Your li mesti 1 Exen
I.
President F. E. Michels eon-
ducted an open forum discussion
with Lyons answering questions
from the floor.
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Auto Locks Latches
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Camping Experience and College Trainina IVi
Call Mr. Seligrnan Jewish Centers Associa^
82-6556 Monday from 10 to 12 A. M. "
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
2729 COLLINS AVE____M. B.
Phone for ReservationsS-66S1 S-4907
Ail Conditioned Erwln and Louis* Frlshntt
SPENDING THE SUMMER AT MIAMI BEACH''
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR
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May 1st to November 1st
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COMPLETE SELECTION
FINE WINES KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

STONE'S SUGGESTS
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1
.85 Full
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1.55 5th
Olhei Kc3hcr Wines from 98c Sth
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200 W. Flagler St.
1048 Biscayne Blvd.
2334 Pence de Leon Blvd.
. 2705 N.W. 20th St.
420 IWCfllM M
< MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
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HERE IS YOUR HOSPITAL!
TO THE BUSINESSMEN OF GREATER MIAMI:
m
en
Q
TVe fcfc- o* *- ,on, c!!cr ft* r...ry-
Hoy?
;,*a\. s remem
bered by Pa'
Five years ago the Miami area pledged its wholehearted sup-
port +o a campaign to raise $2,000,000 for the construction
and equipping of Mercy Hospital. Naturally, most of this sum
was expected from the businessmen of the community.
In February 1946, $670,000 was pledged. Since then payment
on pledges and additional gifts brought the total receipts to
$800,000. Finally, last month, the Catholics of. .Greater. Miami
pledged the sum of $350,000.
THIS LEAVES A BALANCE OF. $850,000
Nevertheless, Mercy Hospital Has been constructed and equip-
ped. Today it has facilities for I 25 patients. By mid-year it will
have a 250 bed capacity.
Mercy Hospital has kept faith with Miami. You, as leaders in the
area, will be asked personally, this month, to justify that faith
by contributing generously to this badly needed community pro-
ject.
MERCY HOSPITAL BUILDING FUND
BttiM*
Secf/on of new vWng, novr .


PAGE 14 A
+Je*ist FkrMifM
FRIDAY,
Gables Children
To Attend Seders
Sundav Morning
c
Becker Bar Mitzvah
Slated For April 14
I 14,
'

Jack
Bi
thi
Springs Ji Ci ti-
ll
Tht
David Hebrew
t the ]
School will 1
-
at 11

I Joi
Hurwil H
, Sedi at 10
I ler 1 tioi
: I
lass will
ly railed
"In Pesaj Lai Lillian
ting will
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.-' .... :'. R A: nold
L vin, T I Finkel-
Gail '.' and B
Han
who
Can-
n n, Fred D E nan,
G I : Glick-
Fred G Leonard
Han I. SI Steven
Mai ; Rosen-
William
:y. Stanley
Linda
nfeld, Alan
E l ck, Arnold
Her, Peti
Arnold Levin, Abby
I Smulson, Norman
Elinoff, How-
and Raphael
Sprii Hi
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Reservations Open
For Beth El Seder
V limited nu

1
:
will be fuin-
under
.' B man-
be Mrs,
Mrs Helene
Gazelle Ma
Strunin is Ben Bloom of Hialeah. second from right, charter president of the lodge.
Blickstein Bar Mitzvah
Temple Israel Meeting
il the con-
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ts taste
quality
This is it^ this is gefilte
fish the way you like it
just the woy Grandma
used^to* make "it,* with
that wonderful^ old-time
^tastefond ^tenderness'
you'll, findfonlylin
The Following
Food Fair St
ores
Coral Way at Ponce de Leon Blvd.
next to Wcolworth's
2017 Tyler St., Hollywood
19th & Alton Road, Miami Beech
74th St. & Collins Ave., Miami Beach
35 N.W. 2nd St.Downtown Micu
Will Handle Full Line of
Sunny Brook
Farms
llairv Products
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
AND YEAR-ROUND

iTonIylin
Manischewitz
Manischewitx Gefilte Fish
lor^Passover) Order'now
and order enough for
the entire holiday)
6 big portions in their own quick-iellino broth
MANISCHEWITZ
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
gefilte fish
0 o
nos.iiasi
Norman J. Blickstein
Mr. and Mrs, Alfn d II. Blick-
sti in, 800 (".llm- Avi .
Beach, announce thi B M I
of their son, Norman J.
stein, I i be held S I
14. at 9 thi .:
' Centi Rabbi Irving
nan will offici I
Bar Mitzval Is Ida
M Fishi r Junior High Si hool.
Kiddie Style Show
To Highlight Donor
A k
1 Suzi B I, will
t the Bel David S
hood (l. no lui |
May ;. .,
n of membi wi
serve as models foi thi show,
which un li r the dii
i Josi ph !
and M Max
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riCE
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FOR A SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR
IRVING PI ETR AC K
(Composer Miami Square Dance1')
and his
RECORDING ORCHESTRA
48-1470
CI.
11 W.\| \\ STMCKIXn
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""'TON A KKlKr.MAX
MCTLY kosiib:n K5*ni
PASSOVEH AND YEAB "BOl
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruin
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashuih


IaY. APRIL 13. 1951
*Jmisti ncridHctr
[aiiiifsietiircMl Fresh Daily
IN MIAMI
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DAIRY PRODUCTS
Ko4fiA> $ak 9xuoueA and yeak abound
w t*mm n -utk nos? ntrs
UMIEIl Sliri-ISUSIfi\ IIF
At
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Stores
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
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SUNNYBROOK CREAMERY, INC.
Ma*uijactu4e4d. and ^blit^ilLuia^-i <
218(1 Northwest 15th Avenue
Phone II- flfiflll
Miami/ Florida
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Friday 10:15 A. M. Sunday 2 to 3 P. M.
Parade of Progress WMBM Friday 10:45 to 11:45
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12 oz. H & M Whole Wheat Matzohs
12 oz.H&M Egg Matzohs
1 lb. H & M Matzoh Meal
1 lb. H & M Farfel
1 lb. H & M Cake Meal
4 oz. H & M Potato Pancake Mix
12 oz. H & M Potato Starch
1 oz. H & M Soup Nuts
8 oz.H&M Noodles
8 oz. H & M Barley
6 oz. H & M Knoedlack
BEVERAGES
Borden's Coftee
Maxwell House Cotfee
Lipton's Tea
Qts. Cott's Beverages, Asstd. Flavors
Manischewitz Wines
L'chayim Wines
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Rokeach Asstd. Soap
Brillo Asstd. Soap
Rokeach Scouring Powder
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between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ih^li^viislhJEIliOipidlilgun
retar
Sovii
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Jewish 6
stantiall;
ISRAEL:
, li b ion have two very
visitors from the
, ... One of them is
old C. Urey, Nobel Prize
n . i is Trygve Lie, Sec-
! (,f the United Na-
Prof. Urey will lecture
hnion in Haifa, and will
iewa on the use of the
,b m the event of a
vasion of the Middle
Many other important
l, including prominent
tend to visit Israel next
o attend Israel's Inde-
Day celebrations .
lly. Israel will lose many
' Jewish tourists who
intended to visit the
E during the Passover
Some of them were
jy advised by friends to
projected trip to
til the opening of the j
.onist Congress in Jeru-
. Selected visitors from
may have a chance to ]
ne of the large scale
taneuvera in Israel i
; start at the end of this j
There is an intensified ;
i campgain now on in i
stimulate the interest of
in aviation And the
. for joining Israel's air
. e been relaxed sub-
. Israel is now train- j
fliers in two years ... I
not know it, but Israel's j
s now a special unit of
ined to participate in j
operations Many of j
3 had to be purchased ;
and Vienna, since there
police dogs bred in Pal-
. One of the officers
he dogs is a woman .
*
IC AFFAIRS:
endous amount of work
done throughout the
tates in preparation for
bing of the sale of Israeli
nth... Many well-
s have already signed
rs for bonds, although
ill not start before May
And these orders run
millions of dollars .
faiati d by experts that
d Jewish Appeal would
1 about 125 million
r. had there been
i Israeli bonds in this
. As it is. the UJA
about 100 million dol-
h is more than the sum
... The full im-
machinery now being
throughout the country
IENT FOUR MEETING
IS AND TWO LARGE
AUDITORIUMS
mpletely equipped large
' itchen for Weddings, Bar
C.ird Parties and Lodge
Plenty of Parking Space.
ie Sidney h. palmer
for Information
for the sale of the Israel bond:;
will be felt at the end of this
month, when the UJA spring
drive is concluded in many cities
. Members of the Israeli Cabi-
net will, in the meantime, ad-
dress UJA meetings in Chicago,
Pittsburgh. Detroit between now
and the end of this month, and
will emphasize the importance of
the UJA for the Jewish state .
Meanwhile, David Horowitz, di-
rector general-of Israel's Ministry
of Finance, who is now in the
United States, succeeded in quiet-
ly raising, within less than two
weeks, about 11 million dollars
in the form of credits from banks
and institutions ... A month ago
Israel's Minister of Agriculture
Pinchas Lavon raised in this
country 12 million dollars in
credits for the Jewish state .
? *
RUSSIAN ECHOES:
Literature on Russia is being
published in the United States
in an ever increasing quantity
. Three books on Russia have
just been published by Macmil-
lan, including "The Communist
Trail in America," written by
Jacob Spolansky The author,
who immigrated to the United
States from Russia prior to World
War I, served as confidential
agent for the secret service of
the General Staff of the U.S.
Army Later he became a
special agent of what is now
known as the FBI and partici-
pated in all major operations and
prosecutions instituted by the U.
S. government against Commun-
ist and other subversive elements
. His book is full of revelations
concerning Communist activities
in this country Another book
published by Macmillan is Ed-
ward Hallet Can's "The Bol-
shevik Revolution" This is a
serious book dealing chiefly with
the Soviet handling of national
minorities The author also
touches upon the fate of the
Jewish Socialist Party"Bund"
which the Bolsheviks outlawed
. The third Macmillan book is
B. V. Varneke's "History of the
Russian Theatre" which encom-
passes the developments in the
Russian theatre from its origin
to the end of the 19th century
. The author reveals that a
! play by the Russian-Jewish play-
wright Semen Yushkevichthe
only play by a Jewish author at
| the end of the 19th centurywas
I bought and rehearsed but never
produced by a Moscow theatre
|. Whereupon A. I. Lensky,
; one of the leading actors in Rus-
sia, resigned from the theatre.
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951
SEC. B
American Bar Association President
To Speak At State B'nai B nth Meet
Cody Fowler, president of the
American Bar Association, will
be principal speaker at the ban-
ouet of the B'nai B'rith State
Federation convention at the
Casablanca Hotel, April 28. 29
and 30, it has been announced by
convention chairman, E. Albert
Pallot.
The banquet will highlight the
14th annual conclave of the Flor- '
ida Federation of B'nai B'rith j
Lodges, and attendance of 500 !
persons is expected. Delegates I
from 21 B'nai B'rith lodges!
throughout the state will attend. ]
Frank Kleinfeld of St. Peters-
burg, president of the state fed-
eration, was honored last week
with a testimonial dinner in his
home city for "devotion and lead-
ership in furthering the service
programs of B'nai B'rith in the
State of Florida." He will be suc-
ceeded as president by Pallot.
past president of Sholem Lodge,
former president of the B'nai
Miami Office Processes
Building Applications
Applications for commercial
construction in south Florida
under the restrictions of the Na- i
tional Production Authority order
M-4 are now being processed en-
tirely by the Miami district of-
fice of the U. S. Department of j
Commerce, according to an-
nouncement made today by !
Marion A. Leonard, district man- i
ager. Heretofore applications for
commercial building were sent to
the Department of Commerce re-
gional office in Atlanta.
"We are completely set up now
to handle this work," Leonard
said, "and all applications should
be sent directly to our office."
The Miami district office, lo-
cated at 947 Seybold Building in
Miami, covers the territory from
Ft. Pierce to Key West, the Lake
Okeechobee area, and as far west
as Naples and Fort Myers.
B'rith Council of South Florida
and a prominent civic worker of I
Miami Beach.
Abe Schewel of Lynchburg. I
Va.. president of District Grand
Lodge 5, and Julius Fisher of
Roanoke, Va., District Grand
Lodge secretary, will participate
in the three-day convention pro-
ceedings. The program will in-
clude seminars, panel discussions, j
a programming meeting on the ,
subjects of ADL activity, com-
munity service and Hillel Found-
ations.
Hotel reservations are being
handled by Godfrey K. Newman,
president of Miami Beach Lodge.
Further convention inquiries
may be directed to Chairman
Pallot.
Liebman To Speak
Seymour B. Liebman, attorney
and chairman of Zionist cultural
activities of Greater Miami will
be the guest speaker on Saturday,
April 14. at C p.m. at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum. 11th St.. be-
tween Collins Ave. and Ocean
Drive. Miami "Beach. Liebman
will discuss "Jewish Customs and
Superstitions." Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will preside.
On Tuesday at 8 p.m. Charles
H. Lee, lecturer in astronomy and.
physics, will speak on "The Con-
stellations."
Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Mrs. John Starr and Mrs. Ber-
nard Wieder of Henrietta Szold
Group of Hadassah will be
hostesses at a Youth Aliyah
luncheon on Monday, April 16,
at 12:30 p.m. at Mrs. Wieder's
home, 4485 Post Ave., Miami
Beach.
ATTENTION
MIAMI BEACH VOTERS
COUNCILMANIC ELECTION TO BE HELD
JUNE 5. 1951
IMPORTANT
Check with registrar at City Hall and make
sure you are qualified to vote.
HAVE YOU MOVED?
If you have changed your place of residence
since you registered lastgive your new
address to registrar at City Hall.
CALL REGISTRARPHONE 5-6041. EXT. 59
or come to
City Clerk's Office1st Floor, City Hall
1130 Washington Avenue
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+Jeni FRIDAY
Flagler-Granada Center To Elect
Election of officers Is on the (for May Queen of Greater Miami
agenda for the next meeting of Jewish organizations to bi
the !'!. G nada Jewish I lected at a dance al the C
Hotel on May 12. Mrs.
v Stiller, chairman of the
, \ nt announces the extention
of the date for a
i] 20. Further ta-
il may bi I )
calling Mi Stiller al 83-7834.
Mrs. Louis E
of publicity.
C ..unity Center on Thursday,
:i0 p.m. in th cen-
ter b i 50 N.W. -""list Place.
Nominated fo Sid
Stiller, pn sident; Sid !'
Leo !. vice presidents;
Al Li !', 'i
Savitt, financial s
I in Pallot, iv,
.--i cretary; Shii' Marks, co res-
ponding secretary. Charles Adel-
man, Bob Tauber, Lou I
Ben J mas, M II n
v. tkin, Harold Strumpf, K an
.:. Leu Drutz, M .
Shaw. Ralph Lang, Irving Seid, h0y ., carcj party Sunday, April
Jack Colu'n. Nathan Adelman, ,- ,[ u-;u,.,, !>,.-,,
Ray Levine, Albert Constantine, ; 8 P- m- a< the W,lll,am '."
Paul Draizer, Herman Marks, Hotel, 722 Washington Ave.. Mi-
Harry Wexler, board members. ami Beach announced Samuel B.
Party For Clevelanders
Tiie Cleveland Social Club will
Officers eleeti'd will be in-
stalled at a banquet at the Sea
Gull Hotel on Saturday, April
28.
Bloch. president.
The group held a meeting at
the Beach \ on Thursday eve-
Entries are still being accepted ning.
TRANSI M ION
This is to state thai I have been at the roasting
and packing plant <>l Sanka Coficc. and again
this year have ma.le the necessary arrangements
whereby Sanka < oflee and Instant Sanka i oflee
shall be Kosher foi Passovei use I certify, there-
f re, thai s.-' kal i and Insrant Sanka t onee,
in sealed cans oi in tlass iars. an- strictly
K her tor the coming Passover holidays In wit-
ness whereof I herewith affix my signature and
seal ihu I the month of Shevar, s"l 1
(January Idih, lysi i in the* I New ^''>rk.
Rabbi Hersch Kohn
Shapiro To Broad, 3
Leon Mo2kin's0aLS
"":'M>' "^".narral,
*ram "Builder, 07 H
will pr, -\
win/.11-' PJn--3 ;
ound: *TJ
Jewish students' club *Z
' JewiJ
t,onal,8 v; ned the ?J
al the firsl
Working on the final clean-up phase of the 1951 Combined
Jewish Appeal are Aaron Weinkle and Michael Adler, co-chairmen
of the food division of the trades unit of the campaign.
movi
Congress in
During Wi Id Warl
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B1Ve '' ',' : >>eed7J
war-ridden countries in i
v;,s ft?* an f
Zionist Gi :, : .! Council aI
held until his deatlT H
"Builders of Israel" isaJ
the Yiddish c3
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rector and J. Birnba
social director.
feature of
Hour of which M. Nasafo1?]
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pJewitlh fhrMkui
PAGE 3 B
Jews In Sports
By BILL WOLF
old
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rael.
U.
raeli
Irvii
Nati
2
teac!
but
turfr
laaj,
n
trip
such
swin
coac!
newhat like an
entleman," Irving
Vfondschein remarked
luncheon given in his
eat track star was
| his transformation
to coach at the early
Then someone kidded
the mustache he was
I v say it's better to
. Moon retorted.
27, the former New York
athlon champ and
:. is been chosen to be
in physical education
Ministry of Educa-
,ns to leave at the end
ling a leave at absence
ib as director of ath-
! oln i niversity .
n, speaking with
ty, outlined his plans
in Israel at a press
Id for him by some of
made his trip possible
l' S. Committee on
Hi'. going over to
1 athletic instructors
. but one of his main
I | i whip into shape
team for the 1952
Helsinki. Good possi-
bi lieves.
si cond trip to Is-
, ho coached the
i that entered the Is-
pics. For the record.
a winner of the AAU
i Decathlon Championship
. and he was on the
pic squad in 1948 .
at the luncheon
know in what lan-
icin intends to
Hi doesn't know Hebrew.
to manage o.k. "I'll
Y I lish and English,"
I. "But I'll also use a
ires, because with pic-
can get around the
irrier" .
*
('tune: Mondschein's
appears to be only
\aar in a series of
tm< nts. Look for a
ach and a basketball
il'.ow in his footsteps
tl commented. "If
a keeps up, who'll
be left to coach over here?" .
California is expected to be
represented in next year's Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Bo
basketball tournament. The finals
are slated to be held in Atlantic-
City. This year they were in
Montreal .
On the subject of basketball.
tin re's been a lot said in this
column about a guy named
Adolph Schayes of Syracuse in
the National Basketball Associa-
tion. Whatever it was, it wasn't
enough. Schayes continued to
sparkle in the nip-and-tuck play-
offs between his squad and the
Knickerbockers. In one game
(taken by Syracuse 90-33)
Schayes tallied 34 points.
If there's a new way of getting
the ball in the basket, someone
ought to tell Dolph about it. be-
cause he scored from about every
position imaginable. As the New
Yoi k Times put it the next day.
"There was no stopping the big
fellow" .
Multiply such extraordinary
playing of Shayes by a whole
basketball team and you've got
the kind of ball that Abe Saper-
stein's World-famous Harlem
i Globetrotters play as a matter of
I course. They dazzled sports fans
i in their opening in New York
and are currently doing the same
I on the cross-country tour with
I the College All-Americans. The
jaunt winds up with a game in
i the Rose Bowl at Pasadena .
Irving Dorfman, who has made
quite a name for himself on the
tennis courts, ran into defeat at
the Alexandria international
matches in Alexandria, Egypt,
lie made a fine showing, but was
beaten by Drobney, the Czech
star. However, in the mixed
doubles Dorfman made up for it
I by coming out victorious with
'Doris Hart .
And here's the name of a guy
' for baseball fans to keep their
leyes on: Ginsberg, promising
catcher for the Detroit Tigers.
From the looks of things in spring
training, lie .-lands to be a regular
this year.
Company -\;iin's Pianist And Soprano Will
Xw 1 >.'-ui iv*s I Appear For Golden Agers
Mrs. L. C. Mangels, widow of Golden Age Friendship Club
the late Henry E. Mangels, has | of the Miami Jewish Community
.___ i ., : Center will have as its I
been president of the RiUl Cortun. pianist, and Edith
Henry E. Mangels Company, local Doernbach soprano, at its Sun-
wholesaler for the Joseph Schlitz! day afternoon meeting, April 15
at 2:30.
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At the same time it was an-
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been named executive vice presi-
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company's operations.
A veteran of many years in the
wholesale distributing business,
Nail joined the Mangels Com-
pany in 1947 as general manager.
Prior lo that time he had been
with Peaslee Gaulbert Corpora-
tion, where he had served as
branch manager for 18 years.
Nail resides with his wife in
North Miami. He is president of
the North Miami Lions Club, a
member of the Variety Club and
a charter member of the Gridiron
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9-JmlstrtcrldUaii
From the Psychologist's Desk
Choosing A Career
Dr. Seymour M. Riumi>nth.ii. ac- ; much of a life time at an activity.
credited conmiituiK psychologist in it w f imnort-
fiill lime practise In .Miami is a ll snoula De OI exueme impmi
.....lallst In adult and child problems. \ ancc to select a career which will
As part of hi.s work he Blves mar- i give the utmost satisfaction to the
rlage, personal an.l pai-it-chiId I;_ j:..:j..i __.,..,4
counseling-, as well as psychological individual concerned.
testing and vocational counseling, a I (3) For the person intent on a
^VSS^^&SSX^in 'Sfer, ins first step is selection
diplomats in clinical psychology of : Hw can he decide intelligently.
'There are three steps which
should be followed:
in Professional Psychology. He ill
bi pleased to discuss any questions
Bent in by readers through this
column during this series Please
.- nd all questions t" Dr. Seymour M.
Blumenthal, The Jewish Ploridlan,
P. 11. Box :':'T3, Miami 18.Editor's
note.
Dear Dr. Blumenthal:
My 17 year old son is a senior
at high school. Recently he told
me that his guidance counselor
had interviewed him as to his
plans on graduating from
school. He admitted that aside
from his desire to go to college.
he had no specific occupation
in mind. Can you help us with
some information along these
lint
ANSWER
(a) Find out what are your
assets and liabilities. A first rate
testing program will measure
jyour intelligence, achievement,
I interests and aptitudes. A well
trained guidance specialist can
interpret and evaluate the test
results to give you first rate ob-
jective information about your-
self.
(lii Find out the assets and
liabilities of the careers which
could fit the findings ascertained
under the above, (a) This implies
ascertaining the amount of train-
. ich 1
ing can be had, how long it will
editions of work.
hall try to give son ilai ies. advanl es and
mation. It has from both the
k ledgi : ;!- i -. : ych ; point oi
s and ol rig and union re-
I people, that it is only ii placemen!
: year ol ies. el
even the last year of college, thai i i i lasts! | intheseli
I tudenl an ir his p irenl I .. can ei is that of matt
suddenlj ivitl ns w ith thai of
! ng of a can er. Ti career j m are sell cting. Il
tesl 'l ingei in such .. I ua- then riousd nci s,
is that willy-nilly, a parent then you havi a fairlj
' essun .. ince that you are not mak-
n .:. your -
is only the first step in a program
of the individual concerned with
the career. In addition, he must
prepare for the career. This
means finding out what training
is necessary, where and when he
lean get this training. Of course,
information about the amount of
time needed to get adequate
training, costs, etc. is part "I this
essential information. Once one
has the necessary preparation he
must enter int i working at the
career. Tins requires getting into
the work one has prepared I
getting a job. The last stepbut
inly of xtri me importance
is progressing at the career.
This implies gaining experience
and improving one's knowledge
about the career. This will en-
hance the individual's worth,
permit for regular advancement
in position and salary and in gen-
eral, contribute to the ovi rail
re and happiness of thi
son.
After reading all of the above,
many parents may become over-
whelmed by the great amount of
information that they will have
to secure in order to impart this
to their children. Most parents
will find it to their advantage to
utilize the available community
resources in career and voca-
tional counseling. Most schools
and colleges provide such serv-
ices. Some parents may wish to
avail themselves of private con-
sultation services. If the latter
is chosen, care should be taken,
that the person consulted, is a
professionally recognized well
ti lined aril qualified individual
to give this information. Your
school or university authorities
can recommend such qualified
pie.
If these suggestions outlined
above are heeded, the parents
can be pretty sure that their
child's career it-ill not be chosen
through chance, ignorance or
desperation. Instead, the career
will be chosen on the basis of a
realistic approach and of the
careful thinking on the part of
his parents, his school and him-
=K*J
SteterhoodTfTBlr
Sisterhood n( tu^
brew School" niherM*i]
will hold flection of n>
board members at M
Tuesday, A|ml 17 VS
the synagogue. lt h' '.Hi
nounced by Mrs. JoSfhS I
ron, president. ph S*
Self' Thcn~>h^bn^
successor, a career 3V
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Leonord L Abets, President
MAKE IT MANISCHEWITZ... AND BE SURE!
For a richer, more enjoyable Passover, remember
Manischewitz ... the great holiday tradition ... the
name that brings the very spirit of Passover to your
holiday table! For mafzos and Passover products truly
worthy of the great Feast of Freedom, make it
Manischewitz .. and be sure!
OSIER MOW..
enjoy them all!
46 W. FLAGLER ST.
Off. COURT HOUSt
MIAMI
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*Jewi$ti fit riding
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THI
ON THI OCEAN AT 12th ST.
Limited
Reservation* Still
Available For
Fassover Week
Finest Kosher
Cuisine
.
T
lion of th i
will i....... "
.,
i, >ula D,
Early
rations
ith Anniversary
| CUSTOM TAILOR
Years of Service to
the World's Most
distinctive Clientele
1104 Lincoln Road
Ph. 5-3812
I. J. Freedman
iEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
fcween Fourth and Fifth St*.
ebrow Religioua SuppBM
Synagogues and Private
Alto ior Hebrow School*.
C'lED "CID
Telephone 5-9017
"A GOOD NAMl
la more to be
[treasured than rich
Proverb:
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME^
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
'me for other gratefu'
families
RDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phbhe'3r3431 or 9-1436
F. J. AHERN
Funeral Director
ADVISC? ON JEWISH HOMEMAKING
\V. nt in make your familj sit up i : Then try t is
rei ipi : pherd' pi.-. It's i bsolut. i- ed to
youi t-r-e-t-c-h your food d if 1
were not sufficii nl re : | ; m a re.
markably short time with ;, minin um oi
SHEPHERD'S PIE
1 Ms lbs. >2 cup I
:' : -1 I
w teas] (if
1 Ms cups 1
1 t( n B sized |
i xcepl pot n
a fork,
h well. Pla the meal bol m of
dish. Co> potatoes. Dot wit
Cat and p until pi n an
ii rve with a i
up. Tins is i sp cially tor those di
playing bridge ;^11 afternoon or til late.
Eewing Tip
For those of you who make your own or your children's
clothes, take the pieces of left over material, far-ten them together
with a safety pin and put them through the wash or send them to
the dry e'eaners with the garments. Then when you want to
recover buttons, make a new belt or any change calling for more
material, you will have pieces that look like the rest of the dress
or suit. In this connection, if you have self-covered buttons on a
ready-made dress, and the covering gets worn or torn, take a
piece of material out of the hem where il won't be seen and
pucker it over the old base or similar sized button.
Ar Old English Custom
A grand pick-me-up in the middle of the work day morning
or afternoon is Tetley Tea. the tea with the richer, finer flavor.
Just a glance at its deep amber color tells you that you are about
to enjoy the best in tea. Mention of the word tea seems to suggest
a pleasurable and social experience. For centuries, tea parties have
been a means of bringing people together. Witness the celebrated
Boston Tea Party. Tetley gives you pure enjoyment. With Passover
coming, be sure to have a big supply on hand.
The Perfect Complement
And nothing could go better with a steaming cup of hot tea
or a sparkling glass of iced lea than poppy seed cookies.
POPPY SEED COOKIES
l1 i cups flour
1 cup currants
1 teaspoon baking powder
h2 teaspoon cinnamon
4 teaspoon cloves
1 cup poppy seeds
Vi cup hoi milk
Vk cup butter
1 j cup sugar
2 ounces sweet chocolate,
melted
Soak the poppy seeds in the hot milk. Cream butter and
sugar and add to them the remaining ingredients, mixing thorough-
ly. Drop by teaspoons onto a buttered cookie sheet and bake al
350 dgrees for 20 minutes.
Make a batch of these wonderful cookies and watch 'em
disappear. And listen lo your folks sing your praises!
Pro-Passover Cleaning
With Passover hard upon us, you are no doubt considering
your pre-holiday cleaning chore. Get started on your floor polishing
early with Aerowax, for Aerowax gives long-lasting beauty. Your
floors get all the care you would want from any wax at any price,
yet with Aerowax you save up to 25 cents on a pint. My floors,
wood and linoleum gleam brighter since I have been using Aero-
wax. It's so easy to apply, so perfect in results and so economical
that you just can't go wrong with Aerowax.
Another grand product to keep in mind for Pasover cleaning
is S.O.S. Magic Scouring Pads. If you hate scrubbing messy pots
and pans, you'll love turning the job over to S.O.S. Those magic
soap-filled pads clean and shine your aluminum so you can truly
see your face in it S.O.S. is certified KoSher-for-Passover and the
year round by Rabbi Hersch Kohn of New York.
Elegant Lefl-Overs
Prepared with a little imagination and care, left-overs can be
as elegant and lasty as the original dishes. An especially appealing
left-over recipe is meat strudel.
Put left-over meat through the grinder with raw onion and
mix with mashed potatoes. Season with salt and pepper. If desired,
add a chopped green pepper. A slightly beaten egg may also be
added. The onions may be chopped rather coarse instead of being
it pile up into a mound. Make a well in the center of the mound and
slowlv P'ur the liquid into the well. Mix quickly with a knife,
ther kread until dough is smooth and elastic and does not stick to
board Flour another hoard well and toss dough onto it Coyer dough
with hot bowl and let stand for 30 minutes. Roll the dough out
on a cloth-covered table and stretch it until it is thin as a sheet of
paper, except the edges, which will be somewhat thicker Brush
surface of the sheet lightly with oil, about '4 cup then sprinkle
sheet evenly with meat and potato filling, leaving about U of the
Sheet unspread. Sprinkle the filling with oil. Fold the 14 of the sheet
over the filling. Lift the tablecloth with both hands and when you
h.
X MIAMI IIKAI II
BEACH FOOD CENTER
1421 Washington Ave.
BEACH POULTRY MARKET
429 Espanola Way
BLACKSTONE MARKET
737 Washington Are.
COMMUNITY MARKET
453 41st St.
DAVE'S SUPER MARKET
1050 Alton Rd.
DELICACY SHOP
1450 Washington Are.
DREXEL MARKET
1447 Drexel Ave.
EMPIRE MARKET
78 Collins Ave.
FOOD MART
7440 Collins Ave.
GENERAL FOOD MARKET
552 Washington Ave.
HARRY'S MARKET
732 6th Si.
LEE-MAR APPETIZER
1434 Washington Ave.
LUNDY'S MARKET
1435 Washington Ave.
MARCUS' SUNILAND MARKET
1055 Washington Ave.
MELODOFSKY'S MARKET
C>18 Collins Ave.
MERLIN'S MARKET
321 Collins Ave.
MICHIGAN FOOD MARKET
531 Michigan .-Ire.
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424 Colhns Ave.
NORTON'S MARKET
H20, Alton Rd.
OCEANSIDE MARKET
7451 Collins Ave.
PENNWAY FOOD MARKET
1447 Pennsylvania Ave.
RAPHIL'S DELICATESSEN
521 41st St.
SCHIFF'S MARKET
1600 Lenox Ave.
THRIFTY SUPER MARKET
519 Washington Ave.
VARIETY MEAT MARKET
814 6th St.
VICTORY FOOD MARKET
929 Washington Ave.
WASHINGTON FOOD CENTER
1051 Washington Ave.
WESTCHESTER FOOD
MARKET
237 Collins Ave.
WHITES FINE FOODS
1695 Alton Rd.
WHITE ROSE MARKET
87 Washington Ave.
ZION FOOD CENTER
J429 Washington Ave.
IX .MIAMI
CORAL GATE GROCERY
1737 S. W. 32nd Are.
DRESSONS MARKET
5228 W. Flagier St.
GLORIFIED DELICACIES
2133 Coral Way
G. & S. BAKERY
1047 W. Flagier St.
HARRY'S DELICATESSEN
362 7 S. W. 8th St.
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1131 W. Flagier St.
MURRAY'S DELICATESSEN
1551 S. W. 8th St.
SIDNEY'S FANCY
DELICATESSEN
5199 JV. E. 2nd Ave.
TANNER GROCERY
1263 W. Flagier St.
S. & M. DELICATESSEN
812 S. W. 22nd Ave.
STARNETT DELICATESSEN
477 LeJenne Rd.
and roll onto a well greased shallow pan. worn quiciuy au
time Bru h of, of stfudel with oil. Bake at 375 degrees for
minutes or until brown and crisp, basting occasionally with oil.
nesfquaUty dairy items, try Sur.nybrook Dairy Products.
er cheese and sour cream are unexcelled. Try some tod.p.
nun
Dairy Products
For fi
Their butter.
WE CATER
Banquets
Weddings
Bar Mitzvahs
IN COCONUT GBOVE
JUDSON TANNER 3057 Grand Ave.
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NOW ACCEPTED
FOR THE
PASSOVER WEEK
PHONE 5-1264
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O S*M$ON M 4US$MN
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Place Your Passover Orders Now
Sam's Kosher Market
322 S. W. 12th Ave.
Reasonable Prices
Ph. 9-G26S


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PAGE 6 B
fJenisli Ftcriaftftr?
Letters To The Editor
Tin Editor
: li.lll
I fi w issues of > iur .
I contained various view- any real -
: I to the kashrus \\
in Miami. Mainly p
i! n-i,\. ...- U.................. i
financially en
thi' butchi rs Mori ive the < x-
lion tion. ol which
How
f the i
\ I bring pressun i
ly financi .1.
nd q
': bi n -'v'

1 ki "
y .1 ti uly
pi irs : be .1 .
betwi
shruth and thi ::
Butchers Ass tion. P
the publ
the : plain Jev
connected prof< ssionall\
' ndi\
will?
Ti day the V it ol
ex< cutives
upon thi
ny butchers, wl
tivi
of rs steri V ; If, as
So Mim-Ii Lingo
lian,
,.,,1 :........ hi N. \ aaa, 11, .1-
,; 1 thesupen
nt. I think, that
to be
,-'.1 rouldhelp
I l am not
a thcon I we"'
but to D.-om ite ki nd ;. : : :,'al?,'
help
I
1
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others to shift 1
support to. u
1
not
' ested
'
rhe main
ind 11

:. that
1 ..,. will be ex
: would
.
!
ninati
sts.
: up to n
t may 1
.......
icy of the Federation al-
to the vaad
n kosher
the situa-
t to
lion I
'
th treil
nl ested ii
1 xist-
'.'
the Fed-
I will
financial sup-
' thi V I. I as a
I Ii tion would
t thi :
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nd.
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find 1

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ROBERT "HA\
E tor's note: "Vaad"
: K
11 hi uth" there! 1
in
ing in the field of Kashrus.
"Helkeirus" is chaos 01 irre-
sponsibility
Israel Consul Nevo
Talks To Students
Israeli con-
sul Bpoke on the
rebirth of Hebrew culture in Is-
I Mond ly m irning In the Stu-
dent Club of the University of
\l mi. Sponsored by the Hebrew
I f-M, Nevo's
ed in ance
. : 1 1>
"When the X:"iii-;t movement
b ul ii'1 >." st.it-
MeA "th me ques-
n as in the adoption 01 an
. il langu S me demand-
ed < Serman, w hile othi 19 favored
Fn nch Yiddish and English. It
was 1 inally deti rmini d to adopt
the ancient Hebrew tongue, since
irity of immigrants from
places such as North Africa and
the .111" Hi V. 1 already used
1h.1t languagi "
Nevo !
of the u!/?*!
such as -PaaJ
th......- -
tne orgai
Univ.
the
J
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that tl
rael. 1
eultur.
"'""> in S
three y. m thtf
iklkJ
scribm,
as m
than a m
See or Phor
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LIFE INSURANCE NEtB(|
90? Biscayne Bids '
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And then repents:

in the
pective < uves pub-
the name :
know, that thi
:________________
Passover Is Coming!
Place Your
Poultry Orders Early!
"On the Tra .'"
ADLER'S KOSHER
Live Poultry Market
LOCAL RAISED
FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279
Under Rabbinical Supervision
We Sell Retail and Wholesale
Jo Hotels. Restaurants and
Butcher Shops.
1832 S.W. 8th St.
Buy Direct Save Money

;- nd I can not
if the
I utchers I
think, thai t du!
n co-
the G ti '.

nst it. Their second
to support 1
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it,


Beth David Children
To Have Model Seder
A m del seder will be held for
the children of Beth D
gious and Sunday school on Sun-
April 15, at 10 ... m., 1
Mrs. Ida Hartz,
also made
lonor lunch.
David s | ,,.,
-May 1 at the Delano Hot. 1. Mi-
:. IW
S 1 Belle of Miami will
ted. H vation
:en by Mrs. Max >',
man. 3-5838, and : ,m \u~_
ust. 2-5520
lUe 9nu-Cte y.au
His $$ should have
Had more Your 3$ will make more ? save them here. Liberal dividends paid twice
yearly. You can save any amount at any time,
or systematically, if you prefer. Why not start
right now?
Current Rate Is 2i/2% Per Annum
NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION;
N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St.
Shcpard Brood. North Miami Mo, tap
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000
fi:
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PASSOVER
WEEK
al the
TONIGHT
Joseph Waldman
VICTOR HOTEL
TRADITIONAL JEWISH ORTHODOX SEDER SERVICE
*
FIRST RACE
8:00 P. M.
NO MINORS
ALLOWED
MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB
EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE.
OB
Conducted by Waldman Family
and Cantor Berkowitz
In Air Conditioned Dining Room
Strictly Kosher Cuisine Reservatons Accepted Now
CALL 5-0041
On the Ocean at 12th Street Miami Beach


[y, APRIL 13, 1951
And Coming Land Of Problems'
mrnalist's Description Of Israel
*Jenisti HorMUan
PAGE7B
\K BERNSTEIN
. Lin lilt
he banks of
|y, dirty, unbearably
- the El Al
h st lap of
mi Johanni i-
I. Night came, and
. passengers lay (; -
; word from the pilot
j wore passing Elath.
i to get a glimi
L ... km ss, of the taint
;. light marking Is-
nmost military
hour's flight;
v the great arc of
The plane glid-
la airport, we felt
g hump of winds
ih. port officials
v voice said,
cw and then in
. icome to Isra
morningafti r a
were honked out
first of ten days of
L
prej '
inter*
travel which took
every part of the
Eye-witnesses' im-
i hi cki .1 against
Cabinet Mini
H. .. ials, cr iss-checked
, met casually at
Frenc Si '"
the : cinemas We were
a pal j lurnalists, on
hii papers, at the
9
jjf,, iffected each of
us d j 1 he : >m mti : ft 11
it m '
am was
no j which quick
to '"'"
mM al associal
or rf ; u e it happened to
be i state. Neverthe-
less, of this
socii ts ambitious ideals
shako ''ts of
| i ling out deeply
epts and challenging
v i ws.
: Israel with a back-
17 years of Jewish
during which Pales-
ii were the meat
ink ol my working day.
this experience, the
: political circum- i
f the c untry. and the ;
I moulded in our
tore, equipped
I. great (leal, and
I ire quite a deal;
V work or read-
i me adequately
ind. You can live
Zionism in South
i :,:!, ,i States, and
red for the reality
ml I I. What is grow-
1 country is some-
ie immense
: hist iry
which the drama is b< tag en-
acted; new an
lenging, urgent,
Israel is a lu il
tion, standing sturdily
young legs, n >l pn pan d I
in the slightest
whether the cl
*iety in Ni v V irk oi i. n-
don or J
its manners to his liking oi
It is very much like the Sabra
after which it calls n chil-
drenthe Pa
pear, thrusting through
soil, that will have no conscience
about stinging the
nonsense out of you b<
ing its succulent ji
Israel is a remarkable social
organism, full of streaming
energy and teeming life. At every
step, new probli ms cr iwd around
you. And they are not problems
that can wait.
When I had been in Israel three
days. I began to resent its cla-
mouring urgency. Every society
must tackle its problems,. I told
myself, but there must al
time to relax. These pe iple are
not giving thi i \ me to
relax.
After my first week, I
to realize why Israel cannot
I i notgive itself time to
relax.
In that wei k, near':;.' 4.000 new
immigrants enti red the country.
Pood and shelter had to b
vided for them in a land I
short of both. O'.i
Kasanof Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
of the late Max
neer resident of Mi-
ami, formerly of 2753 S. W. 25th
St., will tak Sunday. April
i in the Jewish sec-
I Woodlawn Park C ne-
vith Rabbi Max si.
if is sur-
'.' ife, All:'. .
ighters, Mi
nora 1 ;
M burg,
'' V Eliz bi ';i K
mr grandc
d in eli
: M :. imi i.: Co.
Relatn friends are asked i
Limited Reservations For Entire Passover
Rosner's HOTEL GOOD
On lh 0<*iii at i:irtl St root
Dietary Laics Strictly Observed
Dinner G:30 to 8:30 P.M. 1
PHONE 58-1451
d to be n
from the immigrant camps to
Work
had to be found for the unending
>l mm gr ints. They had
ted int i an already
strain* I econ imy; the economy
had to be adjusted, re-shaped,
expanded. Borders had to he
guarded against possible attack
a formidable army had to be
maintained. Diplomatic sir
had to proceedthe political
struggle had to be waged inter-
i.tally and internation-
ally. In any of '. I sks, a
let-up on the job could be
fraught with the direst conse-
quences to pe iple and sti
Why my first week had
ened into a f irtnight, I
to feel that perhaps there
n't even urgency enough.
(Next article: "Where East
West and Becomes-
'.
"*|?yKORD CORDIALS
X. mrORTEO BRANDS, IMC, NEW YORK
r
nnounces
The PERFECT Package For Passover Milk
lithe nD^^lfi-5
tl USf IN KOSHlRPOdM
Restaurant
and
Delicatessen
Caterers
|41 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Planning a
Party?
Party Knishes
sandwiches
)ecorated Buffet Platters
toast Turkeys
Stuffed Derma
Boast Broilers
JBctail Delicatessen
[Cocktail Franks
[Hot and Cold
Hors D'Oeuvres
"Caterers
Distinction"
For All Occasions
| NO PARTY TOO SMALL
JVFFAIR TOO LARGE
Call 5-2655
ASK FOR BORIS
Special Altention to
*otels and Organizations
Sealking Plastic-Coated
Leakproof Paper Carton
Here is the milk package sterilized in our dairy when it is
filled and sealed. Here is the milk package that is leakproof.
sturdy, strong. Here is the milk package thai you open, and
pour from the top corner with such perfect control that you
can pour as little as a half teaspoonful without spilling a drop;
gushing action and after-drip have been eliminated, at last.
Here is the milk package whose plastic coating preserves the
flavor and the rich freshness of your milk.
Under the Supervision of
Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus
Rabbi Moses Meschelofi
Congregation Beth Jacob, Director
Be Sure It's
Florida Dairies
Phone 1-2021
PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER
NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER
LOOK FOR THE PASSOVER EMBLEM ON ALL
PRODUCTS
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Dial 58-5:100
MIAMI BEACH
18 OCEAN DRIVE
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LIVE LONGER
R V\. iuvenatt Relax
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ASK FOR
KOSHER ZION
Products at your
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
Make your parties and functions desirable and satisfying
by serving KOSHER ZION delicatessen products to your
guests and family.
Mads th the finest and fresnest meat, under the strictest Kaihruth
s..cerv under government control.
U. S. EST. No 1
>:-- health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION"
Products, una-r the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kaipass.
ATTENTION STOREKEEPERS JOBBERS
If you desire Kosher Zion Products for your customers
write direct to our Chicago office and these orders
will have our immediate attention, and be shipped
from our Chicago plant.
KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO.
37th St. and Normal. Chicago. 111., U.S.A.
Tel. BOUlevard 9303
To Our Jewish Customers
Miami Dairies Bin-.
Kosher For l';issovrr
Milk & Dairy Product*
Under the supervision of Beth Ja Vaad Hakashrus
K..bbi Moses Mescheloff, Din I
424 N. W. 29th Street
Phone 2-7296
Vacat
The Florida Spa
Bearhead Road m AprU
Orlando. Florida u
TEMPLE BETH SHOL O M
(Liberal) will be thi of the
Mitzvah of Michael B-, son oi
Mr ai d Mrs B< nja i In B. Gold-
stein at the Saturday service at
[0 -i.-i a m. At the Friday evei ing
service ;it 8:15, Rabbi Leon
gational Leadership." Oneg
Shabbat will follow. C
ie] Kelemer will chant at
all services.

CONGEGRATION BETH EL
, rt idox) will celel rate the Bar
Mitzvah of S< ymour, sun of Mr.
8:30 Satui c'ay m
r .: Grau
: Car.t cob E.
will (van: Friday eve-
rvici I at 8
m ill
Saturd id class at
M 8 Sui
I '
daily i s h 10I I
t 6:30 p.n es at
7:30 an lasses
al 5 p -. I M ily at
ti:15 i
*
KNESETH ISRAEL I
will hold Friday i vening s< i .
i) p.m. and Saturday morning
si rvi< es s1 8 30 c mducte I by
C :." r Al il Si ii Tal
class will be conducted at 4:30
p.m. and Mine a at 5:30 p.m.
:' : -..-. by Shal Sued
; by
Morris Seven and Mr, Frai
Zmiras will foil iw and Maai iv
will complete I rvices. Daily
are held at 8 a.m. fol-
i by a (lass in Jewish laws
and i Sunday m
;fast will be si I to chil-
dren <>f the Hebrew and Sunday
ichools by the brother-
Hebrew school is hel i daily
exc< pt Friday from 3:30 ti
p.m. Sundi j sc! o il is from 10
a.m. to r.i m, with n
daily in thi tl
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
(Orth lox Ral bi Marvin Z
.. will coi dm-t Fri-
day evening servi es at 6:15 and
Saturday service at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi will speak on the portion
week. Study group will
at 5:30 p.m. with Mincha at
6:15 followed by Shalos Seudoth
and Maariv. Sundav servii i
3:30 a s- rvices held
daily at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER (Conser-
vative! will hear Rabbi Abi
speak on the weekly por-
tion of the law at the 8:30 a.m.
Saturday service. Talmud class
will be at 4 p.m. with Mincha
at 5 followed by Shalos s
Rabbi H. M. Kagan officiating.
Hebrew school daily Monday
t.-.rough Thursday with dailv
i 3 at 8 a m, and 5:30 p.m.
Friday evening al 6. (A
s in
April 15. in a.m supi i
by Andrew Kornreich, Hi
:
Norman, son of Mr. and Mis. Nor-
man Blieksti m, and the other
will be Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs Harry Evans. Cantor Jacob
V Goldring will chant, assisted
by the Center choir directed by
Ben Yomen. At the 8:30 Friday
evening service. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will preach on '"In the
Name of Religion." Sunday after-
noon bible class at 4:30 followed
by Shalos Sudos. Daily services
are held at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Youth breakfast service Sunday
mori ing at 9:15 in the chapel fol-
lowed by breakfast in the patio.
Jui ior service Saturday morning
at 9:30, religious school Monday
P] ins ay from 3:30 to
I Sunday school from 10
ion.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
(Reform) will hear Dr. Jacob H.
discuss "Laws of Health
at the 8:15 Friday
evening service. On Saturday at
11 a.m., Dr. Kaplan will speak
on "A Messenger of the Lord of
Hosts." The congregational Pass-
ler will he held Friday
April 20 at 6:30. Reserva-1
made through the

CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB (Orthodox) will hold
Fri ay evening service at 6:15
Saturday morning service at;
8:30. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
describe the needs and prepara
for the Passover holiday
ir.ee tlit' special cau- '
to be taken in the observ- !
ncv of Passover. He will deliver
the traditional Shubbos Hagodol
Pilpul at 5 p.m. Mincha will be at
6:15 followed by Shalos Sudos.
Daily religious school Monday
through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30
and Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon.

TEMPLE ISAIAH (Reform)
will hear Rabbi Moshay P Mai I
lecture on "Folklore and Holi-
days," a review of the recently.
published "Standard Dictionary
of Folklore Mythology and Le-
' d by Maria Leach.
turday morning at 11. the
i will broadcast the Sabbath
service on WINZ and will dis-
cuss "The Harmonious Family.""

CORAL GABLES Jewish Cen-
ter (Liberal) will hear Rabbi
Morris A. Skop speak on -The
Great Sabbath ar.d the Struggle
For Human Freedom" at the 8:15
Friday evening service. Cantor
Joseph W. Malek and Stephen
, Kessler, organist, will conduct
special congregational singing of
Pass iver melodies. Oneg Shabbat
Will follow. Saturday service will
at 9:30 a.m. with Torah service
for the Great Sabbath. Shabbos
Hagodol. Second annual com-
munity si der supper on April 21
15 p.m. will be conducted by
Ral bi Skop and iten bv Miss
Pearl Gotl an. Children's1
seder will be held Sunday. April
15 at 11 a.m.
school student,
Aaron HottCSft S
the Friday ,,en^
HOLLYWOOD jrWtt,
mwiity center V"*t
will hear Rabbi jIt?**
speak on "Preoaraf* J"
dom" at theP83oll0n'l
services. Cantor"rJim-. N
man will chant TC,caiN
the 9:30 Saturday hmo^3
ce. the Bar mLT';*1
Wch will take ,tf
morning at lo- childrenVmodet^g'a
hSI
children's ,M ^
rnunity seder will P*
day, April 20 at 7 pm7
tions mm be made bv
the offici
ce. Daily morninV
is conducted at 9 vfa*
Friday nigh: service atY
MIAMI HEBREW
Will hear Rabbi Sim3
speak on
i and also welcome A7a rH
322 on Saturday J%g
Stanley Saal and Sidrifi
will participate Mischi,
will be at 5:15 toUowedfl
icha. Shalo- Sudoa and u
Model seder will be at ]
Sunday when Hebrew ad/
day school children win
part. Phillip Padower will,
.Junior Rabbi with Alfred.
zer filling I r.tur's rakl
, ents and friei ds are m\iM
brew school is from 3:30.1
daily, and regular servial
held at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15s
t
NORTH DADE
will hear Irvii b JacobsonL
a sermon :.
chology" at 8 15 p.m.
Services will he conducaj|
Joseph Rosenfeld and OntjJ
bat will fol Passoveri
will be held Saturday eta.
April 21.
being taken. SU
at 10 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL I
Palm Bead;
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at 8 and Sat
ices at 9. all undei the direct!
Rabbi Manui
I ie\v school is held
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b)AY. APRIL 13, 1951
icumbent Burnett Roth Announces
ndidacy For Reelection To Council
'Jewisi) fkrHhf)
PAGE 9 B
ii Beach Councilman Bur-
It Koth. long identified with
hilitant community improve-
:it program for Miami Beach,
..nnounced that he will again
for council in the impending
Be election. Roth's program
locates continued better busi-
s, increased community health,
fcation, and safety, tax equal-
fcon, and more educational
Movements. His campaign
norm stresses greater efforts
lard the completion of com-
Buniett Roth
lily improvements and re-
introduced during his past
a as councilman.
bth's independent program
on continued concern for
expansion of Miami Beach
a more stable year-round
Ho plans to eliminate
unfair trade practices
increase free public
itional and health facilities.
1949, consistent with his
promises, Roth pressed
cil for a resolution
h would re-establish a Pub-
Authority for Miami
:h When the proposal was
the council, Roth, for
first tin in the history of
m Beach government, or-
ii a citizens' initiative ref-
pe tit ion, which he pre-
i" the council. So strong
the democratic pressure of
lar opinion, as indicated by
inds of signatures on
petition, that the council ac-
6d the citizens' demand for a
ic Housing Authority. Coun-
an Roth's efforts were cli-
led in March 1951 when
pdent Truman signed the
authorization for the hous-
Iproject.
protective measure for
II businessmen, Roth has con-
|tly emphasized the necessity
Fair Trade Practices ordi-
in Miami Beach. In the
two years, cooperating close-
irith the Miami Beach Cham-
of Commerce and the local
Ichants associations. Roth in-
<1 a resolution to the
demanding laws which
curtail injurious advertis-
ing on the part of Beach busi-
nesses; laws which would stamp
out the injurious false "sales"
which have, for so many years
harmed the reputations of local
businessmen. This Fair Trade
ordinance has since been passed
by the council and put into effect
February of 1951.
In a drive to promote stable
non-seasonal prosperity in Mi-
ami Beach. Roth has constantly
urged that the Council stress the
importance of year-round busi-
ness in the community. He has
encouraged and supported the
construction of more, improved
convention facilities on the
Beach to create an additional
source of year-round revenue. A
vital plank in his platform is
increased publicity ,for Miami
Beach on a wide-range national
scale.
Roth's consistent demands that
the city appropriate more ocean
frontage for public beaches and
make free recreational facilities
available to lower income groups
have resulted in many civic im-
provements during his brief
period of office. The city has
purchased public beaches at 65th
St., 80th St. and beach ends, and
has converted the former Youth
.Center into a city recreation
center. He is also responsible for
the construction of Stillwater
Park, an athletic track at Me-
morial Field and numerous other
public facilities. These public
projects, Roth emphasizes, are
the type of community projects
he wishes to see increased, and
which he believes can be made
| possible without additional tax-
j ation to Beach residents.
Councilman Roth, a lifetime
; resident of Florida, has practiced
llaw in Greater Miami for 16
[years. He is a graduate of the
| University of Florida and the
I graduate school of economics of
New York University. Upon grad-
uation, he was the recipient of
an honorary fellowship from the
Institute of International Finance
in New York. He is chairman of
the Miami Btach General Solici-
tations Community Chest Drive,
and was, for two years, chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal.
Roth is president of Zionist Dis-
trict Activities, and has been
chairman of the ADL for fifteen
years. He is a member of B'nai
B'rith, the Optimist Club, the
Dade County School Civil De-
fense Program, the Board of
Governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the United
Veterans Council, the AVC, JWV,
the Veterans Housing Committee,
Amvets, the American Legion,
the Miami Beach Lodge of Elks,
B'nai B'rith Unit
To Receive Charter
The newly formed Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will receive its charter
on Saturday, April 14, at 1:30
p. m. at a luncheon to be held at
the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, vice
president of Women's District
Grand Lodge 5, will be guest
speaker at the preentation, and
Mrs. Max M. Katz, sponsor of
the group, will be honored guest.
Officers of the new chapter are
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, president;
Mrs. Paul Needelman, treasurer;
Mrs. Nat Shuterman, recording
secretary and Mrs. Burton Ya-
goda, corresponding secretary.
The luncheon will be followed
by a cabana party at the hotel.
The new chapter is composed
of young married women be-
tween the ages of 21 and 30. most
of whom live in the Southwest
section of Miami. All young wom-
en interested in joining the group
are asked to call Mrs. Stanley
Falke at 58-4187. Meetings are
held the second and fourth Wed-
nesday nights of every month,
usually at the El Comodoro Ho-
tel. The next meeting will be held
on April 25.
Person Sought
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women is
trying to locate a Meir Weiner
(formesjy Mareda), about 65
years old, born in Novograd Vol-
insak, son of Josef and Pessia.
He arrived in the United States
about 40 years ago and is report-
ed to be the proprietor of a
clothing shop somewhere in Flor-
ida. This information is sought
in behalf of a brother, Michal
Mareda, of Tel Aviv.
Anyone knowing this man's
present whereabouts is asked to
contact Mrs. Florence Finkel-
stein at 3-6554.
Lyons Interview With
Nevo Will Be Aired
Norman R. Lyons, local attor-
ney, newscaster and commenta-
tor on Jacob Schacter's Jewish
Variety Hour, will interview via
transcription Josef Nevo, senior
consul of the Israeli General's
Office, on Sunday, April 15, at
3 p.m. over station WMBM.
Lyons was one of the four
Zionist district leaders of this
community who greeted Nevo on
his arrival at Eastern Air Lines.
At that time Lyons conducted an
on-the-spot interview, which in-
cluded the complete welcoming
ceremonies by the representatives
of the Zionist districts.
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Ration: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
directed and Announced by
Roosevelt Oiiicers Meet
Officers of Roosevelt Temple
33 of the Pythian Sisters met
Thursday, April 12, at 8 p.m.
Mildred Cotzin and Sally Hol-
lander were co-hostesses.
the Florida Citizens Committee
on Displaced Persons, and many
other local organizations.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
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CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundayi Phone 4-3249
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Announces that the products bearing the
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which is a participating agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation)
as
Kosher for Passover
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes
personal care of the order of Kashruth
Mashgichim are taking care of Kashruth at the farms and
the pasteurizing and bottling plants
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)AY, APRIL 13. 1951
Jenisti meridian
OIEIII \ICII S
PAGE 11 B
lENJAMIN DANIEL COHEN
\ w. .".:nii St., passed ;i. y
II,- lived here nine months
Chicago and wan ,i
1,1 tailor. Hi- leaves hie wife
|, anil two urns, Julian S. ami
I i In-Hi at Miami; also a
Dorothy Stein, Chlensro,
, ii a member of Mixpnth
i 'hli n -" Set \ lees were
in I'llm-i a I 'hai',1 with
M.i .. Shapiro officiating.
PETER GEORGE
6343
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VSS .o'V,
IDORE HERBERT CASTLE
- S.W, 27th Terr.,
I) April 7. I le i me here
i roin Sj racuse, N. v.. ., ml
.ii .in. also a member
Association
hli u ii., Ki beeca : two
.\i i .\11111. 11> \. A nzoln n<
S'athnnlel F'elnbi i g, both of
Ii ol ii rs, Louie. Harry,
1 in; hhI a sister, M *
[ kon iiz. Services were held
i mernl Chapel with Rji L*1 i
. offlclatlnv. Intermeni
Mi Nili.i.
MAX PEARLSTEIN
> H W. I.Mil St.. p
local hospital April 6,
even > ears ago fi om
i, i and was n n
II, leaves liis wife, Ooldle;
Val< II. of Worcester,
Slai le> I... of Miami. In-
plaee In Mi. Nebo fol-
ia i lordon V.....n al
JOSEPH WEIL
A winter visitor
er visitor from Chlt-am
passed a -
The i.
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1'.',,,',,"" Al'"" l>el, 1850 Alton
HERMAN GOLDMAN
, .'"' Mtam I- ... BWB .
' eek, The .
"" < I foi scrvlc,
s'-o'TiV Memorial V
2- ).""" ?". Mr. Uoldmnn was
company?....... ;'"""' of '......"":'
NATHAN WHITMAN
69. of 15611 Km a Ave., passed .,-.
','" Anr'J '' '- winter
from New V. ., nt> nn.l
retired millim r. He leaves hit
'Inuithter. Sylvh, Th. r, mains were
to New Yorl .... .
iiii.-M... nt by R i-erslde M.
< hapel, Mi.nil! Iteach,
j HE BAXT BOROWITZ
aw .i \ In Miami 1:. .1 h
\ prll 9. She <." me h, re
from New York and
.1 by two daughters, Ml
Ml V. .1 : -I Mil
of Miami, Si
1 ; irdon Funeral 1 'hapel;
1..... Mi. Nebo.
REGINA RITTER
1:. ach, passed away fol-
lllm ss. The 1 emnlns
. \. w Vi'ik for servlci -
Heni li Memoi i ii
Alton Road.
BENO SIEGEL
nllins Ave imssed away
1- ;i men's clothing 1
1 was a wiiii, .
waj Hi- leaves hi
I i'li- remains were senl
Y for son Ices n nd
: le Memorial < 'hapi I,
,n li.
JACciii 1. i:\ini-:
, "';, "', l:!' :;,i Ave., pa .1 .
Api II ,. II,- lived here f..1 Hi venrs
coming fniai New I'orh
operator, 11. leaves hi
!;"" ,,'.';' M ne daughter,
Mrs. Wllham Wolfson, Ken-Ices were
conducted at Miami Reach Riversldi
b> Rabbi Moses Mi hi iff; 1
'.....< Place in Oi 1
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JOHN JACOBS
Ave., a winter
visitor from the Rronx, pa -- .1 aw;
1 April 7. 11, was 11.....wner of the
Sky View I'nh Company. Surviving
are his u lie, M ... Re, .
I"" brol Sv.lii,-. ami
. Aaron: one .1 Pi-ledman.
The remains ". \ew V01 k
for servlci 1.
-ill.- Memorial Chapel, Miami 1
Model Seder Planned
For Hollywood Youth
Tin- Religious School of the
Jewish Ci nmunity Center of
Hollywo -d will hold its children's
model -. Sunday morning,
April 15, at 10 45.
1 will padticipate
are Leon Chira, Susan Deutsch,
Richard Friedberg, Ji I Q >ld-
stein, Melvin Greene, I
Kushner, Riat Mannheim, Rol -
ert Martin, Ma I n P zi sky, Bar-
bara Pearl, Shari Reiter, Joel
Sachs, and Elaine Shin. .
sy Nal William Crosi
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enbloom, Malcolm Singe Eddie
Heilbronner, Donna Baum, R
ard Levine. B a -
Sandy Schiffn n, David Rich,
Fred Frankel and Bai .. Roth.
Pythian Sisters To Meet
A meeting of Roosevelt Tem-
ple 33 Pythian Sisters is slated
for Wednesday, April 18, at 8
p. m. at Beth El.
PHILIP EDELSTEIN
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nwaj on the loth In a Miami
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a daughter, Muriel Stitch, ol San
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hranclseo; :-- ir brothers, Sim..a.
lan.illii. \ .-:,:. ,,l I:-. -
v ; two sistei B, Mrs.
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J. Kelly. Dade County sheriff; Hylan H. Kout. nat onal liaison officer of the JWV; Albert: Lee
Powell. Miami Beach councilman; Frank Cannova. assistant attorney general of the State of
Florida; Melvin J. Richard. Miami Beach councilm in. The banquet was given by the Dade and
Broward posts of the JWV and their auxiliaries. A'so present were Col. and Mrs. Thomas Beddall
and Mayor and Mrs. Peter Palermo of West Miami.
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Silverman Unveiling
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Miami Beach, and
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take i 5u i:> ,,;
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with Rabbi Most s Mes hi loff i f-
ficiating Mr. Sih -
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Scholarships Available
Five scholarships are available
; Camp 1.i Yehudah, the na-
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rip, a is announced by S. A.
(i i dman, chairman of the
ater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission. '
"Camp Tel Yehudah is an at-
tempt to express the four-fold
V .mg Judaea program of group
activities, Jewish living, Zionism
and Israel and American affairs,
ugh daily living in a demo-
mmunity of Jewish
young people," Goodman ex-
plained. '"By training young peo-
ple as informed and enthusiastic
Judaeans, the camp aims to stim-
ulate local Young Judaea gr fps
and to establish new ones where
ne exists."
Anj of Young Judaea
in Greater Miami between the
'l 11 to 18 is eligible to
apply for a scholarship to camp.
pers will be selected on the
I ability and interest, as
well as general knowledge and
live attitudes towards Amei -
n Jewish life, Zionism and
xoung Judai
Api ... and additional in-
formation may lie obtained by
Z I Youth Com-
mission, 58-4643.
Nautilus Hotel Opens
The newest addition t i Miami
Beach's ocean front hotels is the
N itilus, on 18th St.. which cel-
ebrated its formal opening last
Week.
The 300-room, air-conditii ned
hotel has both a swimming pool
and a 200-foot private beach.
The Nautilus is owned and op-
erated by a trio of veteran ho-
telmcn including Harrv Dinner-
stein, Irving Pollack and Charles
Yayers.
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LAY. APRIL 13. 1951
Dogs Entered In
icayne Classic
full entry list of 32 grey-
kds has been received for the
I Florida Championship, the
Iitlht of the Biscayne Kennel
season. When the elimina-
te completed on April 16
17 and the two semi-finals
led "ii the 19th the final field
he big event will be known.
Jflrst four dogs to finish in
Iwci semi-finals will comprise
(rhampionship field with the
Jc clown for decision on
21.
thling the entry list is Real
(man. After compiling a re-
if 27 consecutive victories,
Handle Bros, champ was de-
al a recent test at the
Flagler track. Real Hunts-
>n last year's seventh run-
nf the event and despite
fecent debacle figures to go
p ist a red-hot favorite.
nc of the competition for the
| will come from the
Mountain Time, Twi-
Squaw, North American,
Rye Seed. Ruling
Shad rock, Practical, Self
Merry Times. Axiom,
indent. Never Another and
le performers.
West Flagler and Holly-
wound up their sea-
\ li. and Miami Beach
April 16. Practically
top greyhounds that were
early Biscayne meeting
{hen be back in action at
base.
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University, Weizman.-. Institute j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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Jen1st fhridfiar
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
iVIi FOR DADE COUNTY,
it I DA. IN PROBATE, No.
KSTATE OP
HiiNY MASSA,
!
mil All Persona l lav.
iiih or I ii manda Against Sa Id
and each of you, are hereby
required t'> presenl any
demands which you, or
., may have aKainsI the
VNTHONY .\l.\ss.\. de-
ol I mde Count} Florida.
il. ii. W. !'. Blanton, County
i Mil, County, and (lie the
office In the County
In l Milr County, Florida,
calendar months from
he first publlcal Ion hereof.
..i demands to contain
ddress of the clalmanl and
to and presented as
same w ill be barred, See
of the 1988 Probate Act.
March 16th, AD. 1851.
MARIE MASSA.
utrlx "f the Last Will and
n ..i ANTHONY Massa,
i ,i.
I. IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
Bldg., Miami, Pla.
for Executrix
i 6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
UK CIRCUIT COURT OF TDK
CVKXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
l.oRIDA, IN AND Ft 'I! DADE
N IV in CHANCERY, No.
. ...vkr GROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
i'll I f!R< >SS, Defendant.
SUIT FOB DIVORCE
win GROSS
Walton Avenue
\.w Fork
hereby notified that a
ilalnt for Divorce has boon
you, and you arc re-
.:.,' a copy of vour Answer
to the Bill of Complaint on
Attrney, A. J. KAPLAN,
i Lincoln Road, Miami Beai h,
file tMi1 original Answer
In tiii office <>f the Clerk
li Court mi or before the
May. 1951. If you fall to do
bj default will in1 taken
t y,u for the relief demanded
Hill ,,' Complaint.
i Khali be published once
.. k i,,r four consecutive weeks
Ii -h Floridlan,
: AND ORDERED at Miami.
da of Vprll, A.D, 1951.
R LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
h: "in i. I lade Counts Florida,
\> Seal)
By It. II. RICE, .IR..
Deputy Clerk.
KAPLAN, Esq.
[toad
. Florida
Plaintiff
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i: itil'NTI JUDGE'S COURT
WD FOR DADE COUNTY,
tlDA. IN I'Ki iBATE, No.
vTE OF
rnw RRAUNSTEIN, also
; BRAUNSTEIN,
lit All Persona Hav-
i', mands Against Said
I .! h of you, arc hereby
r demands which you. or
:. may have against the
of NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN,
mwn as N\r BRAUNSTEIN,
d, late of Dade County, Plor-
ll.ii W. F. BLANTON.
i idge of Dade County, and
same in his office In the
rtl ii a in I tade County,
within eight calendar months
of the first publication
vn'i claims or demands to
legal address of the
' and to lie sworn to and
ii'- 'i ., i aid, or same will
1 See Section 120 of the
Ai i.
. 21, A.D. 1951.
ANNE BRAUNSTEIN,
tratrlx of the Estate
NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN
- NAT BRAUNSTEIN,
i
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for Administratrix
I
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
d< in-- ii> engage In
inder the fictitious name of
cleaners and Laundry Stores
- Drive, Miami Springs, In-
t< r said name with the
I the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
RICHARD WEI88LER
SAMUEL GREENE
l 8-18
ATTENTION
I ATTORNEYS!
I The Jewish Floridlan so-
licits your legal notices.
I We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th I
the undersigned, ,
Tie ir."" ,''" ""!""
i le Home I lelii in -...., at 59,"is N v
:"d, ;XWI",:1 M I Intends to
>'-''. siild name with the Clerk of
Mnrld;!!'0"" CoU'M '' ""'' "
Ida
I 8-18 20 27
DAVID KLEIN.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrii to engage in
.-me o"
mul> Tile Mfg. i o, a 163rd St and
"' B"Ule,
1 '.',' >' lorlda, Intends to reaister
said name with the Clerk of t .
'"" Court of D c iunty, Florida
SAMUEL RL-BIJnYMNDBRObLy
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Miami Beach
a 23 30 I 8-13
IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl RT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
.I.OKIHA. IN PROBATE, No!
_ .i, i
In Re: ESTATE OP
LOUIS ROSENBLATT,
I It || CISCI.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i laims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each (.f yu, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
cither of you. may have against the
estate of LOUI8 ROSENBLATT, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the Hon. \\\ p. BLANTON, t'ountv
Judge of Hade County, and file the
same In his office In the County
Courthouse in Dndn Count v, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of thi- claimant and
to he sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same wm be barred, See Set -
ti. n 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Hated March 21, A.D 1951
MILTON LUROS
ESTELLE HEILMAN
As Co-Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of LOCIS ROSEN-
BLATT, .....>ased,
MYERS, HBIMAN .-.- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executors
:; 23-30 4 6-13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. JN 1'RoISATK, No.
25696.
hi Re: ESTATE I IP
ALEX JAY ROSE,
I.....aat ii
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, arc hereby
i and required '" present any
claims and demands which you, or
cith.-r of you, may have against the
estate of Alex Jay Rose, deceased,
late of Miami, Dade County, Florida,
to Die Hon. \V. K. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the Claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Hate March Kith. A.D, 1951.
BERTHA l. ROSE,
As Administratrix of the Estate of
Alex Ja\ Rose, Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Pla.,
Attorney for Administratrix
3/23-30 4/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH ,11'IHCIAI. cil'.criT
i IP FLIIRI1 'A IN AND Fl IR I IA1 IE
d >l*NTY. in CHANCERY, No.
139677.
LESLIE MANX. Plaintiff, VS.
ELIZABETH MANN, a.k.a.
ELIZABETH WEISMAN, Defendant.
Tt I: Elisabi ; h Mann
Residence Address Unknown
SUIT F( >R DIVORCE
You Elisabi i ii Mann, are hereby
notified that a BUI of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
ami you an- required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to
BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, Harrj A. Gordon, s
at 4i' Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
i nd file the oi i- nal Answer or
Pleading In the office .,f the Clerk
,,f the Circuit Court on or before
the 20th da) of Apt II, 1951. If you fall
to du bo, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for tie- relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each wc.k for four consecutive
wcks in The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21St day Of Much, A.D.
B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court s.ali _.__ ,
By it. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
HARRY A. GORDON
Suite 264 al 120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Pla.
3/23-30 4/6-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARRYS MARKET at 6H N.W. 14th
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk 01
ih,. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Worlda- NATHAN M. ORADMAN
HUTNER ,\ HUTNER
Attorneys for Harry's Market
80-27
LEGAL NOTICE
IV t^.0TICE BV PUBLICATION
c.TrV-Vv-';'.'1'1'1' URT OF THE
-.I.M.N.II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'I- I LiiRIDA, |N AND FOR DADE
'r;,;L >!.- IN CHANCERY, No.
wJ.f.v&.5! RSE. Plaintiff, vs.
I A.\.\i.\,; ,- ROSE, Defi idant.
81IT FOR DlVtlR
I" PANNING C. ROSE
2. Lenox
- N .1.
You are hereby notified that a
,''" '.,..... Int i has
l v are
- youi
Pleading ... the BUI of
's At I
'; >' 1 tham. Abdo &
,'"".", Ingraham B u ..-. Miami,
nal Answer
or id. the Cli
of the Clrc ill Court
of April, 113], ii you f.iil
;' '", -" Judgment b; default will
ti n against you for the relief
demand! fl the BUI ol C
rhl" I.'-c shall I i ,...
"""'.,'.," '
Floi Idlnn
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Jortda, this 26 .1 ij of March, A.D.
. K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
( ireuil Court, Dad,- County, Florida,
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
3/30 4/6-18-20 "'"",V Clc,'k'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ANNE PHILLIPS at 858 Northwest
78th Street., Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANNE STEIN
MARK SILVER8TEIN
Attorney for Applicant
12" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Pla.
1/30 4 6-18-20
as EVE
VLADI-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
13974S
EVA IH iKAK. also known
Hi H'.AK. Plaintiff. vs.
HAIR IK iRAK. Defendant
To: VLADIMAIR HORAK
c ,, Slska, 11 s East 70th Street,
New York 21, New York.
You are required to serve n copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
nswi r In the office of the Clerk of
- i cull Co m "ii or before the
23 day of April, A.D. 1951: otherwise,
the BUI of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will !>, taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
23 day ol March, 1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. \v. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
:: 30 I 6-13-20
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
MTU JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 139539.
HARoLD IV SPAET, Trustee. Plain-
tiff, vs. HELENE SWIPT, no!
known to he dead or alive. Tin;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES. GRANTEES, CREDITORS,
OR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST HELENE SWIFT, AND
HER UNKNOWN HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES OR ALL
PERSONS HAVING OR CLAIMING
ANY INTEREST IN THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS:
l.i IT lfl, IN BLI ICK 26, I >F COR \L
GABLES, SECTION "E", AC-
CORDING Tl i THE PLAT THERE-
OP, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
v \T P VOE 86, i IF Til i: PUBLU '
RECORDS OP DADE COUNTY",
I- l.( iRIl 'A. I i. f.-ndaiils
TO THE DEPENDANTS ABOVE
NAMED:
TOU, AND BACH OP YOU
hereby notified that n bill of com-
plaint hat i" n brought against you
|>\ ll VROLD B, SPAET, Trustee, the
ff, t,, quiet the title of the
fl id to remove certain el,aids
from th,- title to the property herein-
after described, and you are required
. v, a copy "f your answer or
g t,, the bill of complain) on
the plaintiff's attorneys, Nathanson,
Oka & G Lincoln Road, Miami
Beai ii. Florida, and file the oi
nsn or pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida on or in-fore the
I6th day of April, 1951. If you fail to
do so the allegations of the bill of
complain! will he taken as confessed
by you. The property involved in this
cause is In Dad,- ('..iiiity, Florida, anil
is more particularly described aa
follows:
Lot 19, in Block 26. of Coral
Cables. Section "E", according to
tse plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 8, at Cage 86, of the Public
Records of l lade County, Floi Ida,
DATED this it", day of March, 1951.
E, B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
Bj WM, W. STOCKING,
uty Clerk,
NATHANSON. OKA A SPAET
Solicitors for the Plaintiff
:: 28 10 i 6-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRiCIT !( il i;t OP TDK
"'I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Ca e
N 139874,
SYLVIA ROSS LISSES, Plaintiff, vs.
HARI il.l i I 1SSES 11, i,
TO: HAROLD LISSES, 1383
i rest i.:,:<, ,\i mor, Wan-
'_ii:h. Long Island, New y..
1 i are i equli ed to i vi
of your answi r to the bill of
for divorce on ;'.......:f- at-
ld W S Ih
v 22nd Avenue. Miami, Floi Ida.
and file the original In thi
Com i Clerk on or bef.....
April 30, 1951.
Dated ii:. M v.-l, :':,t|,
E. B LEATHERMAN,
. ciei k Clrcull Ci urt
i( n.mi t-.,
Bj WM, \Y. STOCKING
20-27 lty C,erk'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till:
ELEVENTH .11".....IAL CIRCUIT
"I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR |>ADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
SHEILA COHEN, Plaintiff, vs.
EUGENE COHEN, Defendant.
To: EUGENE COHEN,
",IL' Powell Street.
Brooklyn, New- York
You are i equii ed to serve a copy
of your an.-w.-r t,, the Bill ,,f Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
w day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise,
the BUI of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will i- taken
as confessed by you
Dai.,i at Miami, Florida, this the
29 day of March. 1951,
E. Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clrcull Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court s.-.-ii)
By: WM. w. STOCKING,
...... Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Pla,
4/8-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage in
business under the fictitloua name of
East i lorlda Sales at 1.170 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court ,,f 1 lade d.iinlv, Florida.
'" & B, Inc.
FREDRIC R. Ri ISEN
Attorney for C & B, Inc.
1521 Pan American Rank Bldg.
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgm d, desli Ing to eni
business under the fictitious name ,.f
Dean's Men's and Boys' Wi ai tt 6< 11
S.W. Bth St., Miami, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
LE! INARD BERNSTEIN,
s,,le Owner
MYERS. HKIMAN AND KAPLAN
Attorn.-ys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
i 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KID'S AMOCO SERVICE at 2'1"2
N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Dade
County. Florida, intends to registi r
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Courl of Dade Countv. Florida.
CHARLES s BURLEIGH
JOSEPH II GANZ
Attorney for ('harli a s. Burlelgh
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE i 'IRCUIT I "i il III" I IF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i '1 l-T.i IRIDA IN AND Fl IR IIADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
I3K.1 -
ROSE ESSEN, Plaintiff, vs.
HERKER I" ESSKN, Defendant.
TO: HERBERT ESSEN
307 W. s" 93rd sir. i-t
N.w- York. New- York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
if i 'omplaini for I llvorce has !> n
filed agilnal you and you arc I
r< quired to serve n copy .a' yo ir
answer thereto on plaintiff's nttorney,
MARX M, PA HER, 112 Congress
Building, Miami, Florida, and file
the original In the offli.....f the Clerk
,,f th,- circuit Court on or before
Ih da) of April, 1 :.. I. otherwise
a decree pro confesso will be entered
against
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 26th
day of March. 1951.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'hi k. i 'ircuit Cout t.
(Circuit Court S.-ali
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy clerk,
3/30 4 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th it
th,- undersigned, desiring to
under the fictitious name of
Sunshine Clt) T nsfi II
at Mm N.E, l-i Air, Miami. .
1st, said name wits the i
Of I lie I 'i. CUlt I "OUI I of I 1.1,1. I '
! Ida.
CHARLES s ITTENS1 EIN,
Hole 'v.
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl iTH'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN
:,::- I- le .,!-. el
the fict iiioiis n.11
11 \ it 7730 Tatum H
waj : 'rive, Ml iml Hi ach I'
tend to register said nami
thi Cli cull < 'hi i ol .
Florida,
JACOB FREIDUH I
CLAIRE FRE1DI
I 6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TDK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
i "i H'NTY.
139978,
RFC IN A K.
LOUIS R
I'' LOUIS
IN CHANCERY, N -
ISAACS. I'laintlff. vs..
ISAACS, Defendant.
It. ISAACS,
36 Montgomery Btreet,
Bl OOkl) n. New York.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
Copy of your answer to the b
complaint on the plaintiffs atto
toys, De Costas, Maer and Floyd
file the original in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I.--
fore tin- 4th day of May, 1951, In the
above entitled action for divorce, oth-
ei w Ise a decree pro confesso wi l bo
entered against \<>u
Dated this :n I dav of April, 1951.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
i 'lerk of the Circuit Co
(Circuit Court S'.-all
By M. C. PEIGE
Deputy
DE COSTAS, MAER & FLOYD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
606-8 Biscayne Building,
Miami ::_'. Florida.
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE i "IRCUIT i -i IURT i IP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND Will: FADE I'ufXTV,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No.
1 10133,
ANN LUCARELL1 ELKITZ, Plaintiff,
vs. isador ELKITZ, Defendanl
TO ISADOR ELKITZ,
.....tones
2042 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, Pa
You at,- required to set ve a py
of m.ic Answi r to the BUI of I
plaint upon the plaintiffs atl
MORTON lu pTHENBERG. 120 LI
R.....I, Miami Reach. Florida, and file
the original in the off the (
of 11-,,- i 'Ircuit '"' iurl on or i i f in Ma)
'.'. 1951; otherwise, said BUI b
taken ,is confessed by you.
Dated this % day of April, A.D.
1951,
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit I '
i "ourt Seal)
By R. ll. RICE, .ii: .
Deputs
t 13-20-27 :. i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FDR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
139527,
WILLIAM If. HARROW, Plaintiff, vs.
ALICE JENNINGS DARRuW, De-
fendant.
YOU, ALICE JENNINGS DARROW,
New York, New York, are required
to serve a cops of >oui answer to the
bill of complaint for divorce on the
plaintiffs attorney, David w. Wa
607 Bisca) ne Building, Mlai I Flo
and file the original in the off
the cieik of the Circuit Court o
before the 16 day of April, 1951, -
v. Ise a ,i. ere, pro i onfesso w
! against you.
I 'at, d this 15 day of March, I -
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of th,- Circuit C
(Circuit Courl Seal)
B) WM. W. STOCKING,
lty i'lerk.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
V.
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1ft N. C. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32 rt.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
\,-i: DISCOUNT en. at 959 Wesl
Flagler Stn t, Miami, Fla.. Intend to
registi hi' with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
I'HILII' ETTINGER
LOUIS BAST! IN
Part nets
MYERS. HBIMAN A. KAPLAN
Attorneys
Seybold Building
3/30 4/6-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24036,
In Re: ESTATE OP
JACOB BELSKY,
11. ceased.
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
Vou. an,i each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of VOU, may have against the
estate of JACOB BELSKY. deci
late of Miami Beach, Dade County,
la, to lie- iIon. W, F Blanton,
County Judge of bade County, and
file the same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dad,- County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
cntain th.- legal address of the
claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred, See Section 120 of the 1988
Probate Act.
Hate April 2. A.D. Ri-.l.
SI ILOMI i.N CRAMER,
Administrator De Bonia Nun of
the Estate of Jacob Helsky. De-
censed.
PALLOT, SILVER, TATHAM,
ABDO & MULLOY
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob Belsky, deceased,
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY given I
the uii,i, reigned, di siring to eng
bush i kb tinder the fict ll loua na n.....f
KENT LUGGAGE at number 33 N E.
2nd Avenue in the City of Ml
l lorlda, intend to register the
name with the Clerk of the Cli
Court of Dade County, Florida,
HYMAN FRIED
PAULINE FRIED
3/30 4 '6-13.20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
I'M IRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
I 10086.
ESTHER COHEN, Plaintiff. \
JAt '< IB A ri IHEN, Defendant.
SPIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACOB A COHEN,
107 Division Avenue.
Brookl) n. New York,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED liiii
a BUI of Complaint for Dlvorci
been filed against you, and you
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the BUI of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
Myers, Heiman A Kaplan, 650 Sey-
bold Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer ,,r Pli
In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt on or before the 7th
day of May, 1951. If you fail to do so
judgment by default will be
against you for the relief demanded
in the pili of Complaint.
This notice shall be published
each week foi four consecutive \
in The l,w lh Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED al S
Florida, this 6th day of April.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida.
(Circuit Court Si al)
By WM. w.
MYERS, IIEIMAN &
KAPLAN. ESQS..
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
650 Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida.
4,13-20-27 5/4
STt icKIN':.
Deputy i


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)AY, APRIL 13, 1951 %  "Jenisii noridliian • i js gftBwiS wSyws e.iving for Israel aboard the [La Guardia on April 25 is iph Pollack, who was instru|ta! in organizing Branch 692 lie Workmen's Circle and was ly responsible for the conction of the group's lyceum 2 Washington Ave., Miami fch. President of the Workl's Circle Peretz School, Polls the organization's reprelive to the Bureau of Jewish cation, chairman of its cemecommittee, a member of the |d of governors of the Greater li Jewish Federation. Pollack s to remain in the Jewish for six months. On his rehe will tour Europe, knty-four-year-old Pollack is I father of Pauline Eisenstat. luel Pollack, Morris Pollack [Sylvia Stein. fs. Goluskin To tend JCRS Meet ris Goluskin. presithe Greater Miami the Jewish Con' ves Relief Society of Deni %  i ll represent this area at! ntion of the national -,l of JCRS Auxiliaries, in | York. April 14 through 16. ke local chapter has five Bits from Greater Miami I | ng al the Denver Hos-I and pays regular visitations le tubercular wards at Jack-; %  Memorial and Kendall HosIB, is. Goluskin will participate lessions at the Hotel Astor. agenda includes ways and DS of increasing support for Bnded medical services at the iV"r hospital, where free care latients of all faiths from all Is of the country is extended. Sterling Renamed President Of Beth David Bernard A elected prei ltlon Beth David at a r. eting of the organization. %  Also elected to office were Harry Gordon, first vice president; Frank A. Rose, second vice president: John Feller, recording j secretary; Sidney Lefcourt, financial secretary; Daniel Serott, treasurer; M. j. Kopelowitz, assistant treasurer;' Mrs. L. Margulles, office secretary. Members of the board of directors are Philip A Na! than Alexander, Lure Handel. Murray Baum, Max Bergman, Samuel Dickson, Le n ir I Egerl Moe Feingold, Harvey Herman, Max Jacob: in, Abraham Kasow Harry Laufer, Nab i. .-... Dr. R


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Chicago. 111., U.S.A. Tel. BOUlevard 9303 To Our Jewish Customers Miami Dairies Bin-. Kosher For l';issovrr Milk & Dairy Product* Under the supervision of Beth Ja Vaad Hakashrus K..bbi Moses Mescheloff, Din I 424 N. W. 29th Street Phone 2-7296 Vacat The Florida Spa Bearhead Road m AprU Orlando. Florida u TEMPLE BETH SHOL O M (Liberal) will be thi of the Mitzvah of Michael B-, son oi Mr ai d Mrs B< nja i In B. Goldstein at the Saturday service at [0 -i.-i a m. At the Friday evei ing service ;it 8:15, Rabbi Leon f the Hebrew and Sunday ichools by the brotherHebrew school is hel i daily exc< pt Friday from 3:30 ti p.m. Sundi j sc! o il is from 10 a.m. to r.i m, with n daily in thi tl DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE (Orth lox Ral bi Marvin Z .. will coi dm-t Friday evening servi es at 6:15 and Saturday service at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi will speak on the portion week. Study group will • at 5:30 p.m. with Mincha at 6:15 followed by Shalos Seudoth and Maariv. Sundav servii i • %  3:30 a srvices held daily at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • ISRAELITE CENTER (Conservative! will hear Rabbi Abi speak on the weekly portion of the law at the 8:30 a.m. Saturday service. Talmud class will be at 4 p.m. with Mincha at 5 followed by Shalos s Rabbi H. M. Kagan officiating. Hebrew school daily Monday t.-.rough Thursday with dailv i 3 at 8 a m, and 5:30 p.m. Friday evening al 6. (A s in April 15. in a.m supi i by Andrew Kornreich, Hi : Norman, son of Mr. and Mis. Norman Blieksti m, and the other will be Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Evans. Cantor Jacob V Goldring will chant, assisted by the Center choir directed by Ben Yomen. At the 8:30 Friday evening service. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on '"In the Name of Religion." Sunday afternoon bible class at 4:30 followed by Shalos Sudos. Daily services are held at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Youth breakfast service Sunday mori ing at 9:15 in the chapel followed by breakfast in the patio. Jui ior service Saturday morning at 9:30, religious school Monday P] ins ay from 3:30 to I Sunday school from 10 ion. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami (Reform) will hear Dr. Jacob H. discuss "Laws of Health at the 8:15 Friday evening service. On Saturday at 11 a.m., Dr. Kaplan will speak on "A Messenger of the Lord of Hosts." The congregational Passler will he held Friday April 20 at 6:30. Reserva-1 • • made through the • • • CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) will hold Fri ay evening service at 6:15 Saturday morning service at ; 8:30. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will describe the needs and prepara • for the Passover holiday ir.ee tli t special cau' to be taken in the observ! ncv of Passover. He will deliver the traditional Shubbos Hagodol Pilpul at 5 p.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 followed by Shalos Sudos. Daily religious school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 and Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon. • • • TEMPLE ISAIAH (Reform) will hear Rabbi Moshay P Mai I lecture on "Folklore and Holidays," a review of the recently. published "Standard Dictionary of Folklore Mythology and Le' d by Maria Leach. turday morning at 11. the i will broadcast the Sabbath service on WINZ and will discuss "The Harmonious Family."" • • • CORAL GABLES Jewish Center (Liberal) will hear Rabbi Morris A. Skop speak on -The Great Sabbath ar.d the Struggle For Human Freedom" at the 8:15 Friday evening service. Cantor Joseph W. Malek and Stephen Kessler, organist, will conduct special congregational singing of Pass iver melodies. Oneg Shabbat Will follow. Saturday service will at 9:30 a.m. with Torah service for the Great Sabbath. Shabbos Hagodol. Second annual community si der supper on April 21 15 p.m. will be conducted by Ral bi Skop and iten bv Miss Pe arl Gotl an. Children's 1 seder will be held Sunday. 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vu m PAGE 6 B fJenisli Ftcriaftftr? Letters To The Editor Tin Editor • : li.lll I fi w issues of %  > %  iur I contained various view. any real : I to the kashrus \\ in Miami. Mainly p i! n-i,\. ...• U %  i %  financially en thi' butchi rs Mori ive the < xlion tion. ol which How f the i \ I bring pressun i ly financi .1. nd q ': bi % %  n -' v %  • 1 ki y .1 ti uly pi irs : be .1 betwi shruth and thi : : Butchers Ass tion. P • the publ the : plain Jev connected prof< ssionall\ ndi\ will? Ti day the V it ol • ex< cutives • upon thi ny butchers, wl tivi of rs steri V ; If, as So MIM-II Lingo lian, ,.,,1 • • : HI N %  \ aaa, 11, .1,; 1 thesupen nt. I think, that to be ,-'. 1 rouldhelp I l am not a thcon I we "' but to D.-om ite ki nd ;. : : :, al ? help I 1 : 1 K others to shift 1 support to. u 1 not ested • rhe main ind 11 %  • %  :•. that 1 ..,. will be ex : would %  ninati sts. : up to n t may 1 icy of the Federation alto the vaad n kosher %  the situat to lion I %  th treil nl ested ii • 1 • xist'.' % %  %  • the FedI will financial sup' thi V I. I as a I Ii tion would t thi %  : %  E Di l ai .. .'' v. E Uei 'n the nd. or anothi in 1".'. I I understand I '.: e. But ol ly ol t. an • 1 mi Wi k 1st find 1 %  • %  n. but tl %  litioi y the su Vi .y truly y ROBERT "HA\ E tor's note: "Vaad" : K 11 %  hi uth" there! 1 in ing in the field of Kashrus. "Helkeirus" is chaos 01 irresponsibility Israel Consul Nevo Talks To Students Israeli consul Bpoke on the rebirth of Hebrew culture in IsI Mond ly m irning In the Student Club of the University of \l mi. Sponsored by the Hebrew I f-M, Nevo's ed in ance %  : 1 1> "When the X:"iii-;t movement b ul ii' 1 %  >." st.itMeA "th me quesn as in the adoption 01 an il langu S me demanded < Serman, w hile othi 19 favored Fn nch Yiddish and English. It was 1 inally deti rmini d to adopt the ancient Hebrew tongue, since irity of immigrants from places such as North Africa and the .111" Hi V. 1 already used 1h.1t languagi Nevo of the u!/?*! such as -PaaJ th. tne orgai Univ. the „ J **%} that tl rael. 1 eultur. "'""> in S three y. m thtf iklkJ scribm, %  as m than a m See or Phor NAT GANq 3-4616 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE N EtB( | 90? Biscayne Bids 19 VV. FltQl,, st ; > *i c '%$f*M The fool spends all, And then repents: in the pective < uves pubthe name : know, that thi : Passover Is Coming! Place Your Poultry Orders Early! "On the Tra .'" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL %  RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision We Sell Retail and Wholesale Jo Hotels. Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St. Buy Direct — Save Money %  ; nd I can not if the I utchers I think, thai t du! n cothe G ti '. %  nst it. Their second to support 1 %  I %  it, %  %  Beth David Children To Have Model Seder A m del seder will be held for the children of Beth D gious and Sunday school on SunApril 15, at 10 ... m., 1 Mrs. Ida Hartz, also made lonor lunch. David s •. „| ,,., -May 1 at the Delano Hot. 1. Mi:. IW S 1 Belle of Miami will ted. H vation :en by Mrs. Max >', man. 3-5838, and : m \ u ~_ ust. 2-5520 lUe 9nu-Cte y.au His $$ should have Had more


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PAGE 2 B +Jeni,.-,•, Ray Levine, Albert Constantine, ; 8 Pm a< the W,lll am '." Paul Draizer, Herman Marks, Hotel, 722 Washington Ave.. MiHarry Wexler, board members. ami Beach announced Samuel B. Party For Clevelanders Tiie Cleveland Social Club will Officers eleeti'd will be installed at a banquet at the Sea Gull Hotel on Saturday, April 28. Bloch. president. The group held a meeting at the Beach \ on Thursday eveEntries are still being accepted ning. TRANSI M ION This is to state thai I have been at the roasting and packing plant <>l Sanka Coficc. and again this year have ma.le the necessary arrangements whereby Sanka < oflee and Instant Sanka i oflee shall be Kosher foi Passovei use I certify, theref re, thai s .-' kal i and Insrant Sanka t onee, in sealed cans oi in tlass iars. anstrictly K her tor the coming Passover holidays In witness whereof I herewith affix my signature and seal ihu I the month of Shevar, s "l 1 (January Idih, lysi i in the* I New ^''>rk. Rabbi Hersch Kohn Shapiro To Broad, 3 Leon Mo 2kin s 0a L S "" : M> "^".narral, !" ram "Builder, 0 7 H will pr, -\ WIN/. 11 -' PJn --3 ; ound : %  • *TJ Jewish students' club *Z JewiJ t,onal,8 v; ned the ?J al the fi rsl Working on the final clean-up phase of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal are Aaron Weinkle and Michael Adler, co-chairmen of the food division of the trades unit of the campaign. movi Congress in During Wi Id Warl 5 onW aSj B1Ve '•' ',' : >>eed7J war-ridden countries in i v ; ,s ft?* !" an f Zionist Gi :, : .! Council a I held until his deatlT H "Builders of Israel" is a J • the Yiddish c3 '. rector and J. Birnba social director. feature of Hour of which M. Nasafo 1 ?] aum Passover Greetin -. £*U -s)t'" %  '<* ,,/ %  -. • %  ; ,,,. % %  %  % %  > %  -%  %  %  %  %  % %  • .... ,. % %  •>„: %  %  %  c -, %  %  %  • %  ,. — TO ALL OUR FRIENDS .• %  (xeneral Foods Corporatin extends warmest Passover greetings, and hop that their holiday may be made more festid with the enjoyment of these favorite coffee j KOSHER FOR PASSOVER ffMf///w yrai a wand 'hat I has. ), I he I Maxwell Maxwell rM %  H All coffee produced in these plants is Kosher for Passover and the year 'round as certified by Rabbi Hersch'Kohn. h Kohn •cm zPaMtweb, J95I A



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PAfJF 12 B + lt*il Front:, day, A, j* 1 **** i.id; I stat ; V r P,ni l Pl ''• %  the in-.ami th '. *r| • Ccf these pre-Pas50V9r household aids to save time, work, strength, and money! PASSOVER CLEANING by ROKSACr, Pictured at a banquet honoring Henry Albert, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, are (1. to r.l Morris Klass, executive director of tho Greater Miami Jewish Federation: Col. Thomas J. Kelly. Dade County sheriff; Hylan H. Kout. nat onal liaison officer of the JWV; Albert: Lee Powell. Miami Beach councilman; Frank Cannova. assistant attorney general of the State of Florida; Melvin J. Richard. Miami Beach councilm in. The banquet was given by the Dade and Broward posts of the JWV and their auxiliaries. A'so present were Col. and Mrs. Thomas Beddall and Mayor and Mrs. Peter Palermo of West Miami. •ROKEACH SOAP ... for dishes, glassware, and aluminum„•UOKEACH SCOURING POWDER : .for all ha'uieholdtosk •JIOKO :'.*. 'for file, porcelain, enamel IF ITS ROKEACH I T • S K O S H t I Distributed by PALM IHSTItl HI TOILS. I\c. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6S3' Silverman Unveiling dedicatii n monument to the memory of the late Julius L. Sil %  .. formerly i t 1430 Miami Beach, and 2936 W. 32nd St Bi > klyn. will take i 5u i:> ,,; 11 a. m. Sii i '• metei v with Rabbi Most s Mes hi loff i fficiating Mr. Sih viv< wife Mary, four sons Irving. Nathan, R ibert and Philip, als i .i daughti r, Mrs. Adele Goldstein. Mr. Silverman was a member of the 4th Green Mason of Brooklyn, a member of the board ol dire I I Ye I iva Isaa • El Chanan of New York City and ex-president of Bi Medrish Machzikie Talmud Torah i : Bi i iklyn. Am i %  in harge of Palmer's Miami Monument C i. and friends and relativi are sked to bi Welcome All Our Friends "All Work Guaranteed" Ail a ins Service Station STEAM CLEANING & UNDERCOATING GAS & OILS — LUBRICATION 1952 N.E. Miami Court Phone 3-9357 Five Camp Tel Yehuda Scholarships Available Five scholarships are available ; Camp 1.i Yehudah, the na• nal Young Judaea leadership rip, a is announced by S. A. (i i dman, chairman of the ater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. "Camp Tel Yehudah is an attempt to express the four-fold V .mg Judaea program of group activities, Jewish living, Zionism and Israel and American affairs, ugh daily living in a demommunity of Jewish young people," Goodman explained. '"By training young people as informed and enthusiastic Judaeans, the camp aims to stimulate local Young Judaea gr fps and to establish new ones where ne exists." Anj of Young Judaea in Greater Miami between the 'l 11 to 18 is eligible to apply for a scholarship to camp. pers will be selected on the I ability and interest, as well as general knowledge and live attitudes towards Amei n Jewish life, Zionism and xoung Judai Api ... and additional information may lie obtained by Z I Youth Commission, 58-4643. Nautilus Hotel Opens The newest addition t i Miami Beach's ocean front hotels is the N itilus, on 18th St.. which celebrated its formal opening last Week. The 300-room, air-conditii ned hotel has both a swimming pool and a 200-foot private beach. The Nautilus is owned and operated by a trio of veteran hotelmcn including Harrv Dinnerstein, Irving Pollack and Charles Yayers. HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQASf, Sunday, I0:.I0 A.M. s -—•— %  *?. Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-JJBl RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President THE ONLY KOSHER HOTEL with private beach below lincol ,ER HOTEL /*7 low Lincoln Road M ^Cfflfij, \ (g; Endorsed by Union o( /f^-S Orthodox lewith Con(W\\ gregotions or America \ YOUR HOSTS I \ Ml HAN CIKS8URC PROMINENT CANTOR WILL OFFICIATE Southern Dairies To Serve Its Many Jewish Patrons Announces With Pride and Pleasure KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Homogenized Milk Pasteurized Milk Cottage Cheese Sweet Cream Sour Cream HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We oifeiyou special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS ... LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. M^ j^^ SPECIAL Kosher L'Pesach Ices Orange and Lime Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Tell Your Driver or Phone 9-6501 For Service SOUTHERN DAIRIES



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|Y, APRIL 13, 1951 lieer Wmnen Insor Festival I, Women Club No. On m i Beach sp msored %  ', tival on March 24. ac; Mrs, Henry Seitlin, I Uin welcomed gu i iver the meeting to K iplan, who sei ved Rabbi I ncipal sp Maui nches and i in the Lou !•'. instein I. lis Go! • m i V. hildli the Iden book S hvv :,%  certifi%  :i Citgin the to the Betty i'affey. Mil Sari ( H. Lee, D : BJ knistilFfrirMitrinn PAGE 11 A i r:a STA TO I .lloilel Seder i" i n B th will I, ,• n p Lynn, ] I Beiley, •%  / tz, Fred : G .. I and :• \v:ll : Passover Appel Honored ted to Mrs. ing presir Miami Beach Women's %  lo the Jewish Home I v %  11. when the group asa surprise luncheon I nor at the Sorrento HoBeach, last Monday. of new officers and ibers will be held at meeting on April 24. • I i ""ii t appreciate bowj derful sleep is until you, •e had one or two wakeful' his. When occasionally ner-' W tension keeps you awake' f the night, or when you arel u, keyed up, jittery. | I Try Miles NERVINE l' P>as been making good for|' *e than sixty years. Follow) 1 "Del—avoid excessive use.,' J MILES NERVINE at your V More. Effervescent tablets, I and 75c—Liquid, 25c and I *• Miles Laboratories, Inc.,1 r har '. Indiana. / To Oyr Subscribers %  ^.*V, a ,,k VOM lo IM,r % %  iNwrlfcwa who continue to get tf h <>ir friends anil mifchUors sis readers of our fiiiblieation. we have arranged for a limited ii & l> present them absolutely frf>o t>iis $19.05 value. The finest Jtnc.aor Ifioekang 4;fiassware — 52 piece denser set (service for l and a 7-pleee juice set (59 pieces in :,!l, with every two—2 year new subscriptions lo the .icwisli 1 tor in jinn at Uic regular price of 85.00 for each 2 year siinscrinteon. Itloncy must accompany orders as stih^caiaitions are pay. -iiile In advance. Immediate delivery. No waiting. 'i' e Jtn isti II Ik niidliidiin Ideal for Passover and year round This Offer Available to Subscribers Only Wants to Make Hundreds of New Friends! \ IRVINE Name _. Address Send Subscriptions to: PI Name 4 Q Address



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PAGE 4 B 9-JmlstrtcrldUaii From the Psychologist's Desk Choosing A Career Dr. Seymour M. Riumi>nth.ii. ac; much of a life time at an activity. credited conmiituiK psychologist in it w f imnortfiill lime practise In .Miami is a ll snoula De OI exueme impmi %  lallst In adult and child problems. \ ancc to select a career which will As part of hi.s work he Blves mari give the utmost satisfaction to the rlage, personal an.l pai -• % %  it-chi Id I ; J:..:J..„I „ „.,..„„,4 counseling-, as well as psychological individual concerned. testing and vocational counseling, A I (3) For the person intent on a ^VSS^^&SSX^in 'Sfer, ins first step is selection diplomats in clinical psychology of : Hw can he decide intelligently. 'There are three steps which should be followed: in Professional Psychology. He ill bi pleased to discuss any questions Bent in by readers through this column during this series Please .nd all questions t" Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, The Jewish Ploridlan, P. 11. Box :':'T3, Miami 18.—Editor's note. Dear Dr. Blumenthal: My 17 year old son is a senior at high school. Recently he told me that his guidance counselor had interviewed him as to his plans on graduating from school. He admitted that aside from his desire to go to college. he had no specific occupation in mind. Can you help us with some information along these lint ANSWER (a) Find out what are your assets and liabilities. A first rate testing program will measure jyour intelligence, achievement, I interests and aptitudes. A well trained guidance specialist can interpret and evaluate the test results to give you first rate objective information about yourself. (lii Find out the assets and liabilities of the careers which could fit the findings ascertained under the above, (a) This implies ascertaining the amount of train. ich 1 ing can be had, how long it will editions of work. hall try to give son ilai ies. advanl es and mation. It has • from both the k ledgi : %  ;•! %  i -. : ych ; point oi %  s and ol rig and union reI people, that it is only ii placemen! : year ol ies. el even the last year of college, thai i i i lasts! | intheseli I tudenl an ir his p irenl I .. can ei is that of matt suddenlj ivitl ns w ith thai of ng of a can er. Ti career j m are sell cting. Il tesl 'l ingei in such .. I uathen riousd nci s, is that willy-nilly, a parent then you havi a fairlj •' %  essun .. ince that you are not makn .:. your is only the first step in a program of the individual concerned with the career. In addition, he must prepare for the career. This means finding out what training is necessary, where and when he lean get this training. Of course, information about the amount of time needed to get adequate training, costs, etc. is part "I this essential information. Once one has the necessary preparation he must enter int i working at the career. Tins requires getting into the work one has prepared I getting a job. The last step—but inly of xtri me importance —is progressing at the career. This implies gaining experience and improving one's knowledge about the career. This will enhance the individual's worth, permit for regular advancement in position and salary and in general, contribute to the ovi rail re and happiness of thi son. After reading all of the above, many parents may become overwhelmed by the great amount of information that they will have to secure in order to impart this to their children. Most parents will find it to their advantage to utilize the available community resources in career and vocational counseling. Most schools and colleges provide such services. Some parents may wish to avail themselves of private consultation services. If the latter is chosen, care should be taken, that the person consulted, is a professionally recognized well ti lined aril qualified individual to give this information. Your school or university authorities can recommend such qualified pie. If these suggestions outlined above are heeded, the parents can be pretty sure that their child's career it-ill not be chosen through chance, ignorance or desperation. Instead, the career will be chosen on the basis of a realistic approach and of the careful thinking on the part of his parents, his school and him=K*££J SteterhoodTfTBlr Sisterhood n ( tu^ brew School" n i he r M *i] will hold flection of n > board members at M Tuesday, A|ml 17 VS the synagogue. lt h '.Hi nounced by Mrs. Jo Sf h S I ron, p resident. ph S* Self Thcn ~ >h^bn^ successor, a career 3V World-Wide Servia Send Your Pas S0VB FLOWERS b l) wire Phone 5-0469 Lincoln Road Florist 1229 Lincoln R M( j Miami Beach for a greater measure of Passover pleasure make it ild be disastrous t v that patioi I I States n eari %  I rl v %  %  %  i The selection ol a 11 Attention RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED NOW FOR ENTIRE PASSOVER Delicious Meals Slrictly Kosher Very Reasonal.ie Carter Aaron Hoffman Performs the Sedars TRY OUR MEALS BEFORE MAKING YOUR PASSOVER RESERVATIONS 1438 S.W. 14fh St. Ph. 9-3531 PASSOVER RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM REVLIN Under Supervision of Rev. M. Moscowitz Collins Ave. at 13th St.. M. B.—Ph. 5-7688 Open To The Public DeLuxe Dinners $1.75 Up interest on your surplus funds INTEREST / n av n 9 $ Compounded Twice a Year Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. up to $10,000.00 INDUSTRIAL Leonord L Abets, President MAKE IT MANISCHEWITZ ... AND BE SURE! For a richer, more enjoyable Passover, remember Manischewitz ... the great holiday tradition ... the name that brings the very spirit of Passover to your holiday table! For mafzos and Passover products truly worthy of the great Feast of Freedom, make it Manischewitz .. and be sure! OSIER MOW.. enjoy them all! 46 W. FLAGLER ST. Off. 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M O < Pi 1 HERE IS YOUR HOSPITAL! TO THE BUSINESSMEN OF GREATER MIAMI: m en Q TVe fcfco* •• *- on c!!cr ft* r...ryHoy? ;,*a\. s remem bered by P a Five years ago the Miami area pledged its wholehearted support +o a campaign to raise $2,000,000 for the construction and equipping of Mercy Hospital. Naturally, most of this sum was expected from the businessmen of the community. In February 1946, $670,000 was pledged. Since then payment on pledges and additional gifts brought the total receipts to $800,000. Finally, last month, the Catholics of. .Greater. Miami pledged the sum of $350,000. THIS LEAVES A BALANCE OF. $850,000 Nevertheless, Mercy Hospital Has been constructed and equipped. Today it has facilities for I 25 patients. By mid-year it will have a 250 bed capacity. Mercy Hospital has kept faith with Miami. You, as leaders in the area, will be asked personally, this month, to justify that faith by contributing generously to this badly needed community project. MERCY HOSPITAL BUILDING FUND BttiM* Secf/on of new vWng, novr



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PAGE 14 A +Je*ist FkrMifM FRIDAY, Gables Children To Attend Seders Sundav Morning c %  Becker Bar Mitzvah Slated For April 14 I 14, Jack Bi thi Springs Ji Ci till Tht • David Hebrew £ t the ] School will 1 at 11 %  I Joi Hurwil H ,• Sedi at 10 I ler 1 tioi %  : I lass will ly railed "In Pesaj Lai Lillian ting will i: .-' .... :'. R A: nold L vin, T I FinkelGail '.' %  and B Han who Cann n, Fred D E nan, G I : GlickFred G Leonard Han I. SI Steven Mai ; %  RosenWilliam :y. Stanley Linda nfeld, Alan E l % %  ck, Arnold Her, Peti Arnold Levin, Abby %  I Smulson, Norman Elinoff, Howand Raphael Sprii %  Hi .'•.:. %  • Reservations Open For Beth El Seder V limited nu %  1 • : will be fuinunder .' B %  manbe Mrs, Mrs Helene Gazelle Ma Strunin is Ben Bloom of Hialeah. second from right, charte r president of the lodge. Blickstein Bar Mitzvah Temple Israel Meeting il the con' i Ti 11 :.: \ Mi I 5 %  • % %  Names Omitted i. %  ts taste quality This is it^— this is gefilte fish the way you like it —just the woy Grandma used^to* make "it,* with that wonderful^ old-time ^tastefond ^tenderness' you'll, findfonlylin The Following Food Fair St ores • Coral Way at Ponce de Leon Blvd. next to Wcolworth's • 2017 Tyler St., Hollywood • 19th & Alton Road, Miami Beech • 74th St. & Collins Ave., Miami Beach • 35 N.W. 2nd St.—Downtown Micu Will Handle Full Line of Sunny Brook Farms llairv Products KOSHER FOR PASSOVER AND YEAR-ROUND iTo nI ylin Manischewitz Manischewitx Gefilte Fish lor^ Passover) Order'now — and order enough for the entire holiday) 6 big portions in their own quick-iellino broth MANISCHEWITZ KOSHER FOR PASSOVER gefilte fish 0 o nos.iiasi Norman J. Blickstein Mr. and Mrs, Alfn d II. Blicksti in, 800 (".llmAvi Beach, announce thi B M I of their son, Norman J. stein, I i be held S I 14. at 9 • thi .: %  Centi Rabbi Irving nan will offici I Bar Mitzval Is Ida M Fishi r Junior High Si hool. Kiddie Style Show To Highlight Donor A k 1 Suzi B I, will t the Bel David S hood (l. no lui %  | %  May ; ., n of membi wi serve as models foi thi show, which un li r the dii %  i Josi ph and M Max rmei %  LEGAL NOTICE riCE i:\rn ,x JBL '< !" !!WmTl) ...W THI UHU or WOUlO-fAMOOS MAN.KHIWITZ MATZO %  nK Tin: 1X1 k\ s ,. s 86-1512 FOR A SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR IRVING PI ETR AC K (Composer — • Miami Square Dance 1 ') and his RECORDING ORCHESTRA 48-1470 CI. 11 W.\| \\ STMCKIXn _li.-l.ui %  ""'TON A KKlKr.MAX MCTLY KOSIIB :n K5*ni PASSOVEH AND YEAB "BOl UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruin RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashuih



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b)AY. APRIL 13, 1951 icumbent Burnett Roth Announces ndidacy For Reelection To Council 'Jewisi) fkrHhf) PAGE 9 B ii Beach Councilman BurIt Koth. long identified with hilitant community improve:it program for Miami Beach, ..nnounced that he will again for council in the impending Be election. Roth's program locates continued better busis, increased community health, fcation, and safety, tax equalfcon, and more educational Movements. His campaign norm stresses greater efforts lard the completion of comBuniett Roth lily improvements and reintroduced during his past a as councilman. bth's independent program on continued concern for expansion of Miami Beach a more stable year-round Ho plans to eliminate unfair trade practices increase free public itional and health facilities. 1949, consistent with his promises, Roth pressed cil for a resolution h would re-establish a PubAuthority for Miami :h When the proposal was the council, Roth, for first tin in the history of m Beach government, orii a citizens' initiative refpe tit ion, which he prei" the council. So strong the democratic pressure of lar opinion, as indicated by inds of signatures on petition, that the council ac6d the citizens' demand for a ic Housing Authority. Counan Roth's efforts were cliled in March 1951 when pdent Truman signed the authorization for the housIproject. protective measure for II businessmen, Roth has con|tly emphasized the necessity Fair Trade Practices ordi• in Miami Beach. In the two years, cooperating closeirith the Miami Beach Chamof Commerce and the local Ichants associations. Roth in%  • <1 a resolution to the demanding laws which curtail injurious advertising on the part of Beach businesses; laws which would stamp out the injurious false "sales" which have, for so many years harmed the reputations of local businessmen. This Fair Trade ordinance has since been passed by the council and put into effect February of 1951. In a drive to promote stable non-seasonal prosperity in Miami Beach. Roth has constantly urged that the Council stress the importance of year-round business in the community. He has encouraged and supported the construction of more, improved convention facilities on the Beach to create an additional source of year-round revenue. A vital plank in his platform is increased publicity ,for Miami Beach on a wide-range national scale. Roth's consistent demands that the city appropriate more ocean frontage for public beaches and make free recreational facilities available to lower income groups have resulted in many civic improvements during his brief period of office. The city has purchased public beaches at 65th St., 80th St. and beach ends, and has converted the former Youth .Center into a city recreation center. He is also responsible for the construction of Stillwater Park, an athletic track at Memorial Field and numerous other public facilities. These public projects, Roth emphasizes, are the type of community projects he wishes to see increased, and which he believes can be made | possible without additional taxj ation to Beach residents. Councilman Roth, a lifetime ; resident of Florida, has practiced llaw in Greater Miami for 16 [years. He is a graduate of the | University of Florida and the I graduate school of economics of New York University. Upon graduation, he was the recipient of an honorary fellowship from the Institute of International Finance in New York. He is chairman of the Miami Btach General Solicitations Community Chest Drive, and was, for two years, chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Roth is president of Zionist District Activities, and has been chairman of the ADL for fifteen years. He is a member of B'nai B'rith, the Optimist Club, the Dade County School Civil Defense Program, the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the United Veterans Council, the AVC, JWV, the Veterans Housing Committee, Amvets, the American Legion, the Miami Beach Lodge of Elks, B'nai B'rith Unit To Receive Charter The newly formed Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will receive its charter on Saturday, April 14, at 1:30 p. m. at a luncheon to be held at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry Kaufman, vice president of Women's District Grand Lodge 5, will be guest speaker at the preentation, and Mrs. Max M. Katz, sponsor of the group, will be honored guest. Officers of the new chapter are Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, president; Mrs. Paul Needelman, treasurer; Mrs. Nat Shuterman, recording secretary and Mrs. Burton Yagoda, corresponding secretary. The luncheon will be followed by a cabana party at the hotel. The new chapter is composed of young married women between the ages of 21 and 30. most of whom live in the Southwest section of Miami. All young women interested in joining the group are asked to call Mrs. Stanley Falke at 58-4187. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesday nights of every month, usually at the El Comodoro Hotel. The next meeting will be held on April 25. Person Sought Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women is trying to locate a Meir Weiner (formesjy Mareda), about 65 years old, born in Novograd Volinsak, son of Josef and Pessia. He arrived in the United States about 40 years ago and is reported to be the proprietor of a clothing shop somewhere in Florida. This information is sought in behalf of a brother, Michal Mareda, of Tel Aviv. Anyone knowing this man's present whereabouts is asked to contact Mrs. Florence Finkelstein at 3-6554. Lyons Interview With Nevo Will Be Aired Norman R. Lyons, local attorney, newscaster and commentator on Jacob Schacter's Jewish Variety Hour, will interview via transcription Josef Nevo, senior consul of the Israeli General's Office, on Sunday, April 15, at 3 p.m. over station WMBM. Lyons was one of the four Zionist district leaders of this community who greeted Nevo on his arrival at Eastern Air Lines. At that time Lyons conducted an on-the-spot interview, which included the complete welcoming ceremonies by the representatives of the Zionist districts. lune in fMVwish I o ru in On The Air" Ration: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. directed and Announced by Roosevelt Oiiicers Meet Officers of Roosevelt Temple 33 of the Pythian Sisters met Thursday, April 12, at 8 p.m. Mildred Cotzin and Sally Hollander were co-hostesses. the Florida Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons, and many other local organizations. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade It m II I2M S. W. Sth ttr Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundayi Phone 4-3249 ^f&= f= —9j f^^p ^ W^ =s =A DIVISION OF IHI BOROIN COMPANY — Announces that the products bearing the following endorsement are KOSHER PASSOVER MILK LIGHT & HEAVY CREAM SOUR CREAM These Products are Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH (the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth, which is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) as Kosher for Passover RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes personal care of the order of Kashruth Mashgichim are taking care of Kashruth at the farms and the pasteurizing and bottling plants TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ASK FOR BORDEN'S AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE Phone 7-1611



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[y, APRIL 13, 1951 And Coming Land Of Problems' mrnalist's Description Of Israel *Jenisti HorMUan PAGE7B \K BERNSTEIN Lin lilt he banks of |y, dirty, unbearably the El Al h st lap of MI Johanni iI. Night came, and • passengers lay ( ; ; wo rd from the pilot j wore passing Elath. i to get a glimi L ... km ss, of the taint ;. light marking Isnmost military hour's flight; v the great arc of • The plane glidla airport, we felt g hump of winds ih. port officials v voice said, cw and then in icome to Isra morning—afti r a were honked out first of ten days of L prej inter* travel which took every part of the Eye-witnesses' imi hi cki .1 against Cabinet Mini H. .. ials, cr iss-checked met casually at Frenc Si '" the : cinemas We were a pal • j lurnalists, on %  HII papers, at the 9 jjf,, iffected each of us d j 1 he : >m mti : ft 11 it m % %  %  am was no j which quick to '"'" mM al associal or rf ; u e it happened to be i state. Nevertheless, of this soc ii • ts ambitious ideals shako ''ts of | i ling out deeply epts and challenging v i ws. : Israel with a back17 years of Jewish during which Palesii were the meat ink ol my working day. this experience, the : political circumi f the c •untry. and the ; I moulded in our tore, equipped I. %  great (leal, and I ire quite a deal; •V work or readi me adequately ind. You can live Zionism in South i :,:!, ,i States, and red for the reality ml I I. What is grow1 country is someie immense : hist iry which the drama is b< tag enacted; new an lenging, urgent, Israel is a lu %  il tion, standing sturdily young legs, n >l pn pan d I in the slightest whether the cl *iety in Ni v V irk oi i. ndon or J its manners to his liking oi It is very much like the Sabra after which it calls n children—the Pa pear, thrusting through soil, that will have no conscience about stinging the nonsense out of you b< ing its succulent ji Israel is a remarkable social organism, full of streaming energy and teeming life. At every step, new probli ms cr iwd around you. And they are not problems that can wait. When I had been in Israel three days. I began to resent its clamouring urgency. Every society must tackle its problems,. I told myself, but there must al time to relax. These pe iple are not giving thi i \ me to relax. After my first week, I to realize why Israel cannot — I i not—give itself time to relax. In that wei k, near':;.' 4.000 new immigrants enti red the country. Pood and shelter had to b vided for them in a land I short of both. O'.i Kasanof Unveiling The dedication of a monument • of the late Max neer resident of Miami, formerly of 2753 S. W. 25th St., will tak Sunday. April i in the Jewish secI Woodlawn Park C nevith Rabbi Max si. if is sur'.' ife, All:'. ighters, Mi nora 1 ; M burg, '•' V Eliz bi ; i K mr grandc D in eli : M :. imi i.: Co. Relatn friends are asked i Limited Reservations For Entire Passover Rosner's HOTEL GOOD On lh 0<*III at i:irtl St root Dietary Laics Strictly Observed Dinner G:30 to 8:30 P.M. — 1 PHONE 58-1451 d to be n from the immigrant camps to Work had to be found for the unending >l mm gr ints. They had ted int i an already strain* I econ imy; the economy had to be adjusted, re-shaped, expanded. Borders had to he guarded against possible attack — a formidable army had to be maintained. Diplomatic sir had to proceed—the political struggle had to be waged interi. tally and internationally. In any of '. I sks, a let-up on the job could be fraught with the direst consequences to pe iple and sti Why my first week had ened into a f irtnight, I to feel that perhaps there n't even urgency enough. (Next article: "Where East West and Becomes— '. %  %  "*|?yKORD CORDIALS X. mrORTEO BRANDS, IMC, NEW YORK r nnounces The PERFECT Package For Passover Milk lithe nD^^lfi-5 tl USf IN KOSHlRPOdM Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers |41 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Planning a Party? Party Knishes sandwiches )ecorated Buffet Platters toast Turkeys Stuffed Derma %  Boast Broilers JBctail Delicatessen [Cocktail Franks [Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers Distinction" For All Occasions | NO PARTY TOO SMALL JVFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Special Altention to *otels and Organizations Sealking Plastic-Coated Leakproof Paper Carton Here is the milk package sterilized in our dairy when it is filled and sealed. Here is the milk package that is leakproof. sturdy, strong. Here is the milk package thai you open, and pour from the top corner with such perfect control that you can pour as little as a half teaspoonful without spilling a drop; gushing action and after-drip have been eliminated, at last. Here is the milk package whose plastic coating preserves the flavor and the rich freshness of your milk. Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses Meschelofi Congregation Beth Jacob, Director Be Sure It's Florida Dairies Phone 1-2021 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER LOOK FOR THE PASSOVER EMBLEM ON ALL PRODUCTS SS8 (o : tit .. %  -*



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• Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY /PLUME 24—NUMBER 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS I951 C JA Winds Up With $1,101,602, forkers Continue Clean-Up Activities ter Miami's 1951 Cornlined Jewish Appeal officially Lip Mondav with a total of 02, $368,968 short of the 1,470,570 goal, according to (amuel Friedland campaign Eairman. "Our campaign may be ofjially ended," Friedland told his workers, "but we shall not our efforts until we raise i dollar of our quota." paign activities have been bntralized into three units, A ttei headed by Stanley C. j is contacting all outstandIg pledges of $200 and over. This turned in over $40,000 last A iron Kanner and Fred S oi het are In charge of a which will handle I between S100 and $200. I meeting of this unit is .. duled for 3 p.m. Friday. April in Federation offices. A third kmmittee is being organized to i prospective contributors than $100. I A. the drive officially closed, |. was leading other communities in percentage increase over last year. The $1,101,602 pledged to date is 75 percent of the goal: however, it represents 90 percent of what the community contributed to the appeal last year, when Miami was fourteenth in the entire nation. Leading unit in percentage increase was the women's gift unit, under Mrs. Louis Glasser, which has raised 130 percent more than last year. An additional $25,000 will make it possible for this group to reach its goal of 10 percent of the entire campaign. To date the trades unit has turned in 94 percent of last year's Collections The hotel unit has collected slightly more than last year, while the winter residents and metropolitan have raised 62 and 80 percent respectively of last year's total. Still working on clean-up activities are Jack Ablin, Abe Kurman, Aaron Kanner, Benjamin Bernheim, J. M. Seidenberg and Joe Garfield. Cease Fire In Israel Ordered WASHINGTON. (JTA) — The bombing of Syrian troops by the Israel Air Force was condemned Monday in a statement by the State Department, The essence of the statement was that both Israel and Syria were in the wrong. The State Department said it wished to make known what George M. McGhee, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, told Israel Ambassador Abba Eban and Syrian Minister Faiz El Khouri when they called at the State Department Friday to discuss the trouble between Syria and Israel in the Huleh region. Secretary McGhee made it clear that "the Government of the United States takes a serious view of the incidents." He emphasized that the U.S. con: siders that the stake which the I two countries and the United NaI tions have in the maintenance of peace along their frontiers "is i such that attempts to determine responsibility or validity of claims or counter-claims are dwarfed in the larger context of the necessity to maintain peace in the area." "The U.S.." Secretary McGhee said, "regrets the recent shooting of seven Israel policemen in the southern part of the demilitarized zone. The Israel Ambassador was informed that it is the view of the U. S. government, however, that this incident in no way justified subsequent retaliaj tory bombing by the Israel Air I Force of Syrian territory. Further, the U.S. assumes the Israel government will cease forthwith military action in the area and will act in accord with the findings of the United Nations. "In the long run the position of Israel in the Near East is deItofli. BCOBII i 'iiberg Will Speak At \orl h Shore Ground Breaking Rites Israeli Minister outers With •aI Leaders ifaacov Geri, Israeli Minister ol Bde and Industry, arrived in ami 'Wednesday for a series of jrences with local Jewish tiers. Purpose of the meetings was to |tiate plans for launching the dth Florida campaign in behalf he State of Israel bond issue. Jeri's first conference was on jrsday morning, April 12, when had breakfast at the Sorrento )tel with members of the local Dnd drive steering committee, Insisting of Samuel Friedland, Bin Lachman, Seymour B. Liebf,.n, Stanley C. Myers and MitWolfson, A luncheon meeting at the Bielborne Hotel at 12 noon proId I Geri with an opportunity jf cuss the nature of the Is(a li bond issue before a group i community leaders. At 8 p.m. Geri was feated at ption at the Miami Beach I s Club. II Red Cross Drive Inits Go Over Top ph M. Lipton, chairman of |1 d Cross 1951 fund drive knniuneed this week that 11 of r mailer sections of the camll have topped their quota, Ibut the drive is still over $72,000 Phort of its $278,960 goal. The gn, originally scheduled to |tnd March 31, has been extended M i April 20, to give workers additime to push the drive [over th( goal. In the county division, undei in S. Gullet, section chairImen who have "gone over the include Richard Cleasby, Springs; Vance Ramer ih Moose Lodge), Hialeah; Samuel Stone. Golden Mrs. M. J. Shelley, North and Mrs. A. Griffing, Bislens. B. Turner, chairman of \ rcial division, reports following leaders in his have reached their goal: Ruba W. Lalor, florists; G. Danger, auto supply Richard Plumer, ire companies; E. S. "Al" optical and dental supmpanies; and A. M. Tyler, retail grocers. n M. Reder, Miami Beach Mfice buildings, has also collected >e amount assigned to him. is expected that the addiwnal time allowed bv the dead'">e extension will enable work* rs to complete their rounds and reach the $278,960 quota. Federation Annual Meet Scheduled For May 13 William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, announced that the Federation will hold its annual meeting Sunday evening, May 13. "This is the Bar Mitzvah year of Federation and this year's annual meeting, the thirteenth in the history of Federation, is particularly noteworthy, since it signifies the coming-of-age of our Jewish community," Singer said. Ben Essen, president of the Miami Jewish Community Center, has been appointed chairman of the meeting committee and is working with a number of community leaders on the program. Election of officers and members of the board of governors of Federation is scheduled. Contributors of ten dollars or more to the Combined Jewish Appeal are automatically members of the Federation and eligible to vote. Councilman Burnett Roth of Miami Beach and Dr. Max J. Routtenberg of New York will be principal speakers at the groundbreaking ceremonies for the North Shore Jewish Center Sunday, April 15, at 2:30 p.m. at 75th St. and Carlyle Ave. Dr. Routtenberg installed the first officers of the North Shore Jewish Center at rites held at the Sorrento Hotel in January 1950. He is executive vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly, the guiding board of the United Synagogue of America, which is the national organization for more than 500 conservative synagogues in the United States. The occasion will also mark the first public appearance of the Cantorial Chorus of the Greater Miami Cantor's Association. Members include Cantors Paul Beck. Louis D. Feder, Mordecai Feinerman, Jack Y. Goldring, Berele Kelemer, Samuel Kelemer, Joseph W. Malek, Abraham Seif, Jacob Tambor and J. Birr, Dr. Santos and Israel Teich. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach and Rabbi Philip Fried, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, slated to speak. are also pendent upon the development of friendly relations with the Arab states. Incidents of this kind can only postpone the achievement by Israel of sound neighborly relations. Moreover, they contribute definitely to increased instability in an important area of the world at a time when the critical conditions of international affairs can ill-afford such a situation." Secretary McGhee said substantially the same thing to the Syrians, but did not elaborate the details as was done in the case of Israel. The Syrian Minister "was informed that the U.S. urged Syria to take immediate steps to assure there will be no further recourse to violence on the part of Syrian forces." The U.S. has already instructed its mission in Syria and Israel to inform both government of its belief that the demilitarized zone should be immediately evacuated by military forces of both sides (Continued on Page 4 A) Dade X-Ray Tests Now Being Given A county-wide mass chest X-ray survey, with 125,000 chest exposures as its goal, started this week. Seven units will give free chest X-rays at 93 locations during the next six weeks. The project is jointly sponsored by the Florida State Board of Health and the Dade County Tuberculosis Association. Four permanent locations will be located in the Greater Miami area. They will operate at the main floor of the Dade County court house, in front of Burdine's, at the university and at the Dade County Clinic, 1401 N.W. 7th Ave. 29 Candidates Vie For 4 Council Seats, Largest Field In Miami Beach History Max J. Routtenberg Twenty-nine candidates, the largest field in the history of Miami Beach, are seeking four $3,000-a-year city council seats in what is expected to be the community's costliest political race. Observers of the 1949 campaign, in which 22 participated, estimated that it cost at least Bond Issue Is New Type Aid To Israel Israel's $500,000,000 bond issue is an entirely new form of American aid to Israel. It is based on the fact that Israel has advanced to the point where it can invite investment on the same basis as any other growing country or a/iy expanding business concern. Unfortunately, philanth ropic contributions through the United Jewish Appeal are entirely inadequate to meet the growing economic needs of Israel. At the present time Israel must import a minimum of S250.000.000 worth of goods a year. Its annual exports total S50.000.000. This wide gap cannot possibly be bridged by philanthropic dollars. There is neither conflict nor competition between the United Jewish Appeal and the Government of Israel Bond Issue. In fact, they complement each other. United Jewish Appeal philanthropic dollars and bond drive investment dollars come from different sources and are directed to different purposes. Contributions made to the United Jewish Appeal are taxfree and deductible on your U.S. income tax returns. The U.&. Government allows you to deduct up to 15 percent of your income for charitable contributions. The bond issue, on the other hand, invites your investments. When you make a contribution, you expect no return except the moral satisfaction which you derive from giving. When you buy bonds, every cent you invest in Israel will be repaid with interest. And, of course, you are in both cases participating in a great humanitarian endeavor. A primary reason that Israel needs extensive financial aid from America is the vast flow of immigration to the Jewish State. More than 520.000 immigrants have entered since the state was proclaimed; an additional 600.000 are expected during the next three years. Israel envisions an unprecedented industrial and agricultural expansion during the coming three-year period to absorb its new citizens and to achieve a real degree of economic self-sufficiency. The country has the resources and the manpower to achieve this expansion; all that is required is the necessary capital. At a conference of American I Jewish leaders held in Jerusalem I last Fall, Israel's Prime Minister j David Ben Gurion proposed a I four-point program of American aid to Israel, including the United Jewish Appeal, grants-in-aid by the U.S. Government, private investment, and a State of Israel Bond Issue. This program rej ceived the support of the Ameri\ cans who were present and was later unanimously endorsed by a conference of 1600 American Jewish community leaders in Washington. Israel's $500,000,000 bond issue i represents the largest single source of funds in this four-point program. Unlike philanthropic funds, money derived through the bond issue will be invested exclusively in productive enterprises which will yield a good return and help Israel to overcome its present excess of imports over exports. The bond issue marks the opening of an era of economic maturity for the' State of Israel. The economic development which will be made possible by the bonds, will solidify Israel's role as the key industrial nation in the entire Middle East. $250,000. A single unsuccessful candidate, Aaron Courshon. is alleged to have spent a small fortune. Courshon, a hotel operator who finished eighth in that race, is again a candidate. Holding their seats for another two years are Mayor Harold Turk and Councilmen William Burbridge and Melvin Richard, who were elected to four year terms in 1949. All four of the incumbents whose terms expire this year are seeking reelection. They are former Mayor Marcie Liberman. D. Lee Powell, Burnett Roth and Maurice (Doc) Klein. John B. Quinn, a masseur, is trying for office again after unsuccessful attempts in 1949 and 1941. Others who are making their second race include James H. Norton, insurance man; Charles Westcourt, theatrical manager; Meyer (Mike Faust) Golub, photographer: Louis Shafkin. jeweler; Fritz Rahn, former city park department employee. Two city officials. Judge Bernard Frank and Building Inspector J. J. Farrey, are candidates. Making their first race are Jack Siegel, former police department janitor; Nathan Schwartz, dress shop operator: Ray Redman, public relations man; Morris Berick, attorney; Melvin Muroff, University of Miami law student; Jack Davis, druggist; Jack A. Abbott, attorney; Al Feinstein, antique merchant; Frank A. Martin real estate; Ben Kempler, clothing shop operator; Seymour Greenbaum, trucker; Jack Gordon, real estate man, and Harold Zinn and Robert A. Peterson, attorneys.



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)AY, APRIL 13. 1951 Jenisti meridian OIEIII \ICII S PAGE 11 B lENJAMIN DANIEL COHEN \ w. .".:nii St., passed ;i. y II,lived here nine months Chicago and wan ,i 1,1 tailor. Hileaves hie wife |, anil two urns, Julian S. ami I i InHi at Miami; also a Dorothy Stein, Chlensro, ii a member of Mixpnth i 'hli n -" Set \ lees were in I'llm-i a I 'hai',1 with M.i .. Shapiro officiating. PETER GEORGE 6343 '"' %  f ;:;| 'ollltui \-,,. no. ^.. i VSS .o'V, IDORE HERBERT CASTLE S.W, 27th Terr., I) April 7. I le i me here i roin Sj racuse, N. v.. ., ml .II .in. also a member Association hli u ii., Ki beeca : two .\i i -• .\11111.• 11> \. A nzoln n< S'athnnlel F'elnbi i g, both of Ii ol ii rs, Louie. Harry, 1 in; HHI a sister, M •* [ kon iiz. Services were held i mernl Chapel with RJI L*1 i offlclatlnv. Intermeni Mi Nili.i. MAX PEARLSTEIN • > H W. I.Mil St.. p local hospital April 6, even > ears ago fi om i, i and was n n II, leaves liis wife, Ooldle; Val< II. of Worcester, Slai le> I... of Miami. Inplaee In Mi. Nebo folia i lordon V n al JOSEPH WEIL A winter visitor !" er visitor from Chlt-am passed a The i. I V, termenl 1'. ',,,',, % %  "" Al '"" l>el, 1850 Alton HERMAN GOLDMAN .'"' Mtam I... BWB %  %  eek, The "•" % % %  %  < I foi scrvlc, s'-o'TiV Memorial V 2- ).""" ?". Mr. Uoldmnn was company? ; '"""' of "" : NATHAN WHITMAN 69. of 15611 Km a Ave., passed .,-. ','" Anr 'J '• %  ''•• •'" winter from New V. ., nt> nn.l %  retired millim r. He leaves hit 'Inuithter. Sylvh, Th. r, mains were to New Yorl .... iiii.-M... nt by R i-erslde M. < hapel, Mi. nil! Iteach, j HE BAXT BOROWITZ aw .i \ In Miami 1:. .1 h \ prll 9. She < %  ." me h, re from New York and .1 by two daughters, Ml Ml V. .1 : -I Mil • of Miami, Si 1 ; %  irdon Funeral 1 'hapel; 1 Mi. Nebo. REGINA RITTER 1:. ach, passed away follllm ss. The 1 emnlns \. w Vi'ik for servlci Heni li Memoi i ii Alton Road. BENO SIEGEL nllins Ave imssed away 1;i men's clothing 1 1 was a wiiii, %  waj Hileaves hi • I i'liremains were senl Y for son Ices n nd : le Memorial < 'hapi I, %  ,n li. JACCIII 1. I:\INI-: "';, "•', l: !' :;,i A ve., pa .1 • %  Api II ,. II,lived here f .1 Hi venrs coming fniai New I'orh operator, 11. %  leaves hi !;"" ,,'.';' M ne daughter, Mrs. Wllham Wolfson, Ken-Ices were conducted at Miami Reach Riversldi b> Rabbi Moses Mi hi iff; 1 < Place in Oi 1 %  JOHN JACOBS Ave., a winter visitor from the Rronx, pa -.1 aw; 1 April 7. 11, was 11 wner of the Sky View I'nh Company. Surviving are his u lie, M ... R e I"" brol Sv.lii,-. ami Aaron: one %  .1 Pi-ledman. The remains ". \ e w V01 k for servlci 1. -ill.Memorial Chapel, Miami 1 Model Seder Planned For Hollywood Youth TinReligious School of the Jewish Ci nmunity Center of Hollywo -d will hold its children's model -. Sunday morning, April 15, at 10 45. 1 will padticipate are Leon Chira, Susan Deutsch, Richard Friedberg, Ji I Q >ldstein, Melvin Greene, I Kushner, Riat Mannheim, Rol ert Martin, Ma I n P zi sky, Barbara Pearl, Shari Reiter, Joel Sachs, and Elaine Shin. sy Nal William Crosi Barry Goldman, Harvey Goldstein, Mil el Kl on, Ronna Rosenbloom, Malcolm Singe Eddie Heilbronner, Donna Baum, R ard Levine. B a Sandy Schiffn n, David Rich, Fred Frankel and Bai .. Roth. Pythian Sisters To Meet A meeting of Roosevelt Temple 33 Pythian Sisters is slated for Wednesday, April 18, at 8 p. m. at Beth El. PHILIP EDELSTEIN '''• • Pennsylvania Ave. nwaj on the loth In a Miami %  11 wai hei.for 11 .-. em :-. com rig fi nni > {""*? li. re %  In n ptlcal ives his a. Hi in a daughter, Muriel Stitch, ol San %  %  V son l. ai d, S in hranclseo; :-ir brothers, Sim..a. lan.illii. \ .-:,:. ,,l I:-. v %  • ; two sistei B, Mrs. II I Ml -. M. Al lei nian Servlc-i u n hi Id In Itli. rslde ^l rial i "-. ipel Miami Beat h, ith Rabbi i. in Kronlsh officiating;, [ % LOW AS! 4% IWTIHH MORTGAGE LO AH $ HENRY E.WOLFF CO. Ptn Amtrn tn Bir( B U .ld. nf •—I &f -3435 (pomptek and Sbependal/e c7l//e Setonce M IAMI TITLE & Gfrstract Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Till* Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 ALTER MACHLIS i'nnsylvnnia Ave. ( passed .\ i li came here a year ago \ i v.-i k where he \\ aa a II. leaves liis wife, on Rennte, I'.rloklj n, Xew Vorh City. The re%  %  senl I" New York in', i mim l>\ Riverside el, Miami Bench, TEDDY JACOBY 82, ..f vs. Co \ a winter III nx whi re he was a music iniblishi r, passed away A|ii II K. li.leaves I. ilussli : a Mrs. is Sleuel The remains were senl t.. \'e York for -. nnd Intermeni bj Riverside Memorial Chain !. Miami i:. nch. SANDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. SAMUEL EDWARD LEVY '•'>. of 65<>1 Collins Av.-., a winter visitor from PHtsburKh, pnssd away April !'. He \v;is prcstdenl -f the Rand Drug Company in thai city, M hei • %  ill* remains \\ei e senl for services and Interment by Riverside M. iiHiri.i i Chapel, Miami Beach. R0KEACH A MATZ0S *&ar ER R OKEAC / 4 4 ^ATZOS n o s b -\ v 3 KOSHtH fOR PASSOVER OR p As SOVER, ri'i; luij PASSOVER, Rokeach offers you the most delicious matzo ever to grace your Holiday table ... oven-fresh and crisp .. so delightfully golden-brown. Baked as only Rokeach would bake it. This Passover, serve ROKEACH MATZOS! i WOllltY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other formal and informal affairs details arranged for your PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 83-1986 JACK & JILL CATERERS 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. FEE1 %  a copy of WEBSTER'S NEW PRACTICAL DICTIONARY To Promote Thrift DADE FEDERAL is pxiiif; one of those new 1951 dictionaries to each new saver who joins the DADE FEDERAL FAMILY of more than 31,000 thrifty members. Open your INSURED DADE FEDERAL S iVINGS ACCOUNT with $25 or more today, and you will receive this valuable dictionary FREE! Offer la good as long as the supply la-is. and at both of DADE FEDERAL'S two convenient offices. Savings accounts opened with as little as si are also welcomed at DADE FEDERAL. Your DADE FEDER U. sax ings account will earn liberal dividends for vou twice a year. 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jAY, APRIL 13, 1951 •pJewitlh fhrMkui PAGE 3 B Jews In Sports By BILL WOLF old IT rael. U. £ raeli Irvii Nati 2 teac! but turfr laaj, n trip such swin coac! newhat like an entleman," Irving Vfondschein remarked luncheon given in his eat track star was • | his transformation to coach at the early Then someone kidded • the mustache he was I v say it's better to Moon retorted. 27, the former New York athlon champ and :. is been chosen to be in physical education Ministry of Educa,ns to leave at the end ling a leave at absence ib as director of ath! oln i niversity n, speaking with ty, outlined his plans in Israel at a press Id for him by some of made his trip possible l' S. Committee on Hi'. going over to 1 athletic instructors but one of his main I | i whip into shape team for the 1952 Helsinki. Good possibi lieves. si cond trip to Is, ho coached the i that entered the Ispics. For the record. a winner of the AAU i Decathlon Championship and he was on the pic squad in 1948 at the luncheon know in what lanicin intends to Hi doesn't know Hebrew. to manage o.k. "I'll Y I lish and English," I. "But I'll also use a ires, because with piccan get around the irrier" • • ('tune: Mondschein's appears to be only \aar in a series of tm< nts. Look for a ach and a basketball il'.ow in his footsteps tl commented. "If a keeps up, who'll be left to coach over here?" California is expected to be represented in next year's National Jewish Welfare Bo basketball tournament. The finals are slated to be held in AtlanticCity. This year they were in Montreal On the subject of basketball. tin re's been a lot said in this column about a guy named Adolph Schayes of Syracuse in the National Basketball Association. Whatever it was, it wasn't enough. Schayes continued to sparkle in the nip-and-tuck playoffs between his squad and the Knickerbockers. In one game (taken by Syracuse 90-33) Schayes tallied 34 points. If there's a new way of getting the ball in the basket, someone ought to tell Dolph about it. because he scored from about every position imaginable. As the New Yoi k Times put it the next day. "There was no stopping the big fellow" Multiply such extraordinary playing of Shayes by a whole basketball team and you've got the kind of ball that Abe Saperstein's World-famous Harlem i Globetrotters play as a matter of I course. They dazzled sports fans i in their opening in New York and are currently doing the same I on the cross-country tour with I the College All-Americans. The jaunt winds up with a game in i the Rose Bowl at Pasadena Irving Dorfman, who has made quite a name for himself on the tennis courts, ran into defeat at the Alexandria international matches in Alexandria, Egypt, lie made a fine showing, but was beaten by Drobney, the Czech star. However, in the mixed doubles Dorfman made up for it I by coming out victorious with 'Doris Hart And here's the name of a guy for baseball fans to keep their leyes on: Ginsberg, promising catcher for the Detroit Tigers. From the looks of things in spring training, lie .-lands to be a regular this year. Company -\;iin's Pianist And Soprano Will Xw 1 >.'-ui iv*s I Appear For Golden Agers Mrs. L. C. Mangels, widow of Golden Age Friendship Club the late Henry E. Mangels, has | of the Miami Jewish Community i ., : Center will have as its I been president of the RiUl C ortun. pianist, and Edith Henry E. Mangels Company, local Doernbach soprano, at its Sunwholesaler for the Joseph Schlitz! day afternoon meeting, April 15 at 2:30. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have you. roof repaired now; you will invi on %  new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenu* PHONE 4-6*60 Mother C. Fidier Nail Brewing Company or Milwaukee, it has been announced by George B. Romfh, Jr., vice president. At the same time it was announced that C. Fuller Nail has been named executive vice president and general manager of the company's operations. A veteran of many years in the wholesale distributing business, Nail joined the Mangels Company in 1947 as general manager. Prior lo that time he had been with Peaslee Gaulbert Corporation, where he had served as branch manager for 18 years. Nail resides with his wife in North Miami. He is president of the North Miami Lions Club, a member of the Variety Club and a charter member of the Gridiron Club. OLD-FASHIOHEBmm Fish The traditional favorite... ftady t)5me> Me>t fieri' Genltf look for the GREEN ond YELLOW label! r^ Buy it 3 Thrifty Ways! ^ • Popular Pint lor; \& • Big Economy Quart Jars i .c^O^*^. • fish D'oeuvres Cocktail Snacks from tf* spoils11 fcifchens of MOTHER S FOOD PRODUCTS. Inc.. NEWARK i. N. J. Mother^ OLD-FASHIONED BORSCHT Exclusive distributors to the retail trade HI-GRADE FOOD COMPANY 1733 N.W. 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hpAY. APRn. 13, 1951 vjetvlslt norAfi&r PAGE 5 A ispitalized Vets May lend Outside Services ,bbi Morris A. Skop, chap' at the Veterans Hospital in nil Gables, has announced that Uis have been completed for £sover leave for all amublatory %  tents and medical personnel Seder Will Feature Dr. Joseph Burstein Dr. Joseph Burstein, director of the culture and education deStudent Receives Hillel Office Sanford G. Kimball, son of Christian Association by the Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball, I president. Kimball has been acfreshman in premedical school: tive on the varsity tennis team partment of the Histadrut, will' a t Emorv University, Atlanta, and writes religious news for the speak at the annual third seder Ga .. has been named to the exi school newspaper, "The Wheel." banquet of the Bialik and Bon ecutive board of the Hillel foundj Nomination to the board reattend both the Passover Se-I Gurinn Branches of the Fnrband ation there. quires that the student maintain „„ a nd religious services at j at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday; He was alsQ appointed to the an average of "B" or better. Kim[ a ] svnagogues and temples. Special Passover packages will distributed to all veterans not to leave the hospital for the er holidays by committees bm the Jewish Welfare Board dod by Mrs. Harry Gordon, Jewish War Veterans headed Mrs. Rose Horn, and the B'nai ith headed by Leo Steinman Herb Weiss. Haggadahs, jdies. macaroons, peach candy, of Passover and matzohs be included. '•Packaged seders" for hun.,1s of Jewish GIs and hospied veterans at six of the Igest military posts and one n's hospital in this country v, been made available for the time by the National Jewish Ufare Board (JWB)—governCnt-authorized agency for e ting the religious and recreanecds of Jews in the armed The Passover seder food packconsisting of individual tzen packages of fish, chicken, retables and dessert, as well as Bins and flatware, will be sent Camp Lejeune and Ft. Bragg. C, Ft. Sam Houston and kland Air Force Base, Tex., Knox, Ky., Ft. Mcade, Md., id the F. D. R. Veterans HosItal. Montrose, N. Y. Jewish I will officiate at these ther seders in this country n /< Mas—arrangement and • on of which have been :i •risibility since World 1. Senior High School. evening, April 24. All proceeds are earmarked for ^ard_of_thc Emory University | ball is agraduate of Miami Beach th" Histadrut in Israel. Dr. Burstein went to Palestine < Book On MacArtllUr from Poland 16 years ago after graduating from Warsaw UniTo Be Reviewed versity with a Ph. D. in psychology and history, During the war for Israel's independence, he was Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review John Gunther's "The Riddle the director of all military radio I o{ MacArthur" at the next session operations and frequently conf th p id Review a cultura] ducted his broadcasts under the J very noses of the British without i project sponsored by the Greater detection.. In addition to being director of Friday. April 13. at 1 p.m. at Histadrut's culture and education Temple Beth Sholom. Judge Galen Dies Daniel P. Galen, veteran Miami Beach resident, died last week and was interred in Woodlawn cemetery, following a requiem mass at St. Patrick's church. Judge Galen was a member of the Dade County and American Mia'mi Chapter of Hadassah, on Bar Associations and president of department, he also heads special schools for social service and trade union activities for Histadrut members and gives instruction in administration and general subjects. Final review is scheduled for the Miami Beach Bar Association. He was also a member of the Miami boxing commission for May 4, according to Mrs. Sol H. several years. Leslie, chairman. Educated at Temple University All proceeds from the projects ; and LaSalle College, both in are earmarked for the Hadassah's Philadelphia, Judge Galen came %  new medical center in Israel. to Florida in 1925. THE FINEST TREAT FOR PASSOVER FROM ISRAEL ELITE Chocolate Truly Delicious! Now Obtainable at Food Fair and Carl's Markets v TL Receives Two Promotion Awards 10, 111.—Two national %  pn. ented here .1 H. Keele, sales pionager for Florida & Light Co.. as the powei %  warded first prize motion of electric kitVns and second prize for its i lectric ran Pal :.., the power comlany does not sell kitchen equipi or electric ranges p part %  ir. Awards were given sr the utility's assistance t> reI rid wholesalers throughlul '• lucted by the Edison ElecInstitute, the nation-wide inually draws competi• iii fn n sc ires of utility comPrizes are known as the f*Gi ge A. Hughes Awards" in iration of the inventor < lectric range. SIRE *m*J Z197N.K. 7>kAVINUf safe* fJ^rOrr*~V> SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE Hard ware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances Stainless LEADER WIRE 23 i ; NOB. 1-9 each. Keg. 33c HEAVY DUTY REEL $•'' I Yd. '* 'N. ASS ROD Reg. |10 tmn PFLEUER FISH HOOKS 8lsea l to :>— IOO Reg. $2.">o 50 SLABS itun Reg, J1S.95 ... 10 HEAVT BOAT ROD. UPR. 111.50 Jgc r,o LARGE ALUMINUM $•'•'5 I A'-KI.i: IK.X. Reg. $7.95... 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j A Y. APRIL 13, 1951 *Jewi$ti fit riding PAGE 5 B &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f THI ON THI OCEAN AT 12th ST. Limited Reservation* Still Available For Fassover Week Finest Kosher Cuisine T lion of th i will i ., i, >ula D, Early rations ith Anniversary | CUSTOM TAILOR Years of Service to the World's Most distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 I. J. Freedman iEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach fcween Fourth and Fifth St*. ebrow Religioua SuppBM Synagogues and Private Alto io r Hebrow School*. C'lED "CID Telephone 5-9017 "A GOOD NAMl la more to be [treasured than rich Proverb: GORDON FUNERAL 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 'me for other gratefu' families RDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phbhe'3r3431 or 9-1436 F. J. AHERN Funeral Director ADVISC? ON JEWISH HOMEMAKING \V. nt in make your familj sit up i : Then try t is rei ipi : pherd' pi.-. It's i bsolut. i. •. ed to youi • t-r-e-t-c-h your food d if 1 were not sufficii nl re : | ; m a re markably short time with ;, minin um oi SHEPHERD'S PIE 1 Ms lbs. > 2 cup I : : -1 I w teas] (if 1 Ms cups 1 1 %  t( n B sized | i xcepl pot N a fork, h well. Pla the meal bol m of dish. Co> potatoes. Dot wit Cat and p until pi n an ii rve with a i up. Tins is i sp cially tor those di playing bridge ;^11 afternoon or til late. Eewing Tip For those of you who make your own or your children's clothes, take the pieces of left over material, far-ten them together with a safety pin and put them through the wash or send them to the dry e'eaners with the garments. Then when you want to recover buttons, make a new belt or any change calling for more material, you will have pieces that look like the rest of the dress or suit. In this connection, if you have self-covered buttons on a ready-made dress, and the covering gets worn or torn, take a piece of material out of the hem where il won't be seen and pucker it over the old base or similar sized button. Ar Old English Custom A grand pick-me-up in the middle of the work day morning or afternoon is Tetley Tea. the tea with the richer, finer flavor. Just a glance at its deep amber color tells you that you are about to enjoy the best in tea. Mention of the word tea seems to suggest a pleasurable and social experience. For centuries, tea parties have been a means of bringing people together. Witness the celebrated Boston Tea Party. Tetley gives you pure enjoyment. With Passover coming, be sure to have a big supply on hand. The Perfect Complement And nothing could go better with a steaming cup of hot tea or a sparkling glass of iced lea than poppy seed cookies. POPPY SEED COOKIES l 1 i cups flour 1 cup currants 1 teaspoon baking powder h 2 teaspoon cinnamon %  4 teaspoon cloves 1 cup poppy seeds Vi cup hoi milk Vk cup butter 1 j cup sugar 2 ounces sweet chocolate, melted Soak the poppy seeds in the hot milk. Cream butter and sugar and add to them the remaining ingredients, mixing thoroughly. Drop by teaspoons onto a buttered cookie sheet and bake al 350 dgrees for 20 minutes. Make a batch of these wonderful cookies and watch 'em disappear. And listen lo your folks sing your praises! Pro-Passover Cleaning With Passover hard upon us, you are no doubt considering your pre-holiday cleaning chore. Get started on your floor polishing early with Aerowax, for Aerowax gives long-lasting beauty. Your floors get all the care you would want from any wax at any price, yet with Aerowax you save up to 25 cents on a pint. My floors, wood and linoleum gleam brighter since I have been using Aerowax. It's so easy to apply, so perfect in results and so economical that you just can't go wrong with Aerowax. Another grand product to keep in mind for Pasover cleaning is S.O.S. Magic Scouring Pads. If you hate scrubbing messy pots and pans, you'll love turning the job over to S.O.S. Those magic soap-filled pads clean and shine your aluminum so you can truly see your face in it S.O.S. is certified KoSher-for-Passover and the year round by Rabbi Hersch Kohn of New York. Elegant Lefl-Overs Prepared with a little imagination and care, left-overs can be as elegant and lasty as the original dishes. An especially appealing left-over recipe is meat strudel. Put left-over meat through the grinder with raw onion and mix with mashed potatoes. Season with salt and pepper. If desired, add a chopped green pepper. A slightly beaten egg may also be added. The onions may be chopped rather coarse instead of being it pile up into a mound. Make a well in the center of the mound and slowlv P'ur the liquid into the well. Mix quickly with a knife, ther kread until dough is smooth and elastic and does not stick to board Flour another hoard well and toss dough onto it Coyer dough with hot bowl and let stand for 30 minutes. Roll the dough out on a cloth-covered table and stretch it until it is thin as a sheet of paper, except the edges, which will be somewhat thicker Brush surface of the sheet lightly with oil, about '4 cup then sprinkle sheet evenly with meat and potato filling, leaving about U of the Sheet unspread. Sprinkle the filling with oil. Fold the 14 of the sheet over the filling. Lift the tablecloth with both hands and when you h. %  X MIAMI IIKAI II BEACH FOOD CENTER 1421 Washington Ave. BEACH POULTRY MARKET 429 Espanola Way BLACKSTONE MARKET 737 Washington Are. COMMUNITY MARKET 453 41st St. DAVE'S SUPER MARKET 1050 Alton Rd. DELICACY SHOP 1450 Washington Are. DREXEL MARKET 1447 Drexel Ave. EMPIRE MARKET 78 Collins Ave. FOOD MART 7440 Collins Ave. GENERAL FOOD MARKET 552 Washington Ave. HARRY'S MARKET 732 6th Si. LEE-MAR APPETIZER 1434 Washington Ave. LUNDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Ave. MARCUS' SUNILAND MARKET 1055 Washington Ave. MELODOFSKY'S MARKET C>18 Collins Ave. MERLIN'S MARKET 321 Collins Ave. MICHIGAN FOOD MARKET 531 Michigan .-Ire. NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424 Colhns Ave. NORTON'S MARKET H20, Alton Rd. OCEANSIDE MARKET 7451 Collins Ave. PENNWAY FOOD MARKET 1447 Pennsylvania Ave. RAPHIL'S DELICATESSEN 521 41st St. SCHIFF'S MARKET 1600 Lenox Ave. THRIFTY SUPER MARKET 519 Washington Ave. VARIETY MEAT MARKET 814 6th St. VICTORY FOOD MARKET 929 Washington Ave. WASHINGTON FOOD CENTER 1051 Washington Ave. WESTCHESTER FOOD MARKET 237 Collins Ave. WHITES FINE FOODS 1695 Alton Rd. WHITE ROSE MARKET 87 Washington Ave. ZION FOOD CENTER J429 Washington Ave. IX .MIAMI CORAL GATE GROCERY 1737 S. W. 32nd Are. DRESSONS MARKET 5228 W. Flagier St. GLORIFIED DELICACIES 2133 Coral Way G. & S. BAKERY 1047 W. Flagier St. HARRY'S DELICATESSEN 362 7 S. W. 8th St. MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1131 W. Flagier St. MURRAY'S DELICATESSEN 1551 S. W. 8th St. SIDNEY'S FANCY DELICATESSEN 5199 JV. E. 2nd Ave. TANNER GROCERY 1263 W. Flagier St. S. & M. DELICATESSEN 812 S. W. 22nd Ave. STARNETT DELICATESSEN 477 LeJenne Rd. and roll onto a well greased shallow pan. worn quiciuy au time Bru h of, of stfudel with oil. Bake at 375 degrees for minutes or until brown and crisp, basting occasionally with oil. nesfquaUty dairy items, try Sur.nybrook Dairy Products. er cheese and sour cream are unexcelled. Try some tod.p. nun Dairy Products For fi Their butter. WE CATER Banquets Weddings Bar Mitzvahs IN COCONUT GBOVE JUDSON TANNER 3057 Grand Ave. IX CORAL (iAKMvS TANNER & TANNER !" 06 Ponce de Leon Blvd. IX 1=1 All All SEMINOLE MARKET *34 E. 1st Ave. ALSO AT THE FOIXOWING SII'KR J1AHKETS FOOD FATR STORES MARGARET ANN STORES TABLE SUPPLY TIP TOP GROCERY &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f < RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR THE PASSOVER WEEK PHONE 5-1264 727 COLLINS AVE." HA c O S*M$ON M 4US$MN ^TFP 3 ^^ 5 Place Your Passover Orders Now Sam's Kosher Market 322 S. W. 12th Ave. Reasonable Prices Ph. 9-G26S



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PAGE 8 A Jen i§t fhridian North Shore Units WHS See Film color 1 V. en's S ri Cohei chairman. 1 • • %  Levi M Hoi S] .\ : thritis. T seel %  -• Mrs. H n of i !: i %  %  •-. : M S %  : : 195] =22^Ra, 3 OurownWM^jM ^ famousMjjB^^ egg matzoh... f | Fflta^GoM withrichVf r G G NVM10W chocolate coating ly^ 9WWl ^OWlTi David M. gra .Miami Beach I nit Of BPOE Installs %  vly-elecl fl %  rs % % %  s. Jack M ens by Mrs. 1 i Trau. James P. Wendler and Joseph B. Kyle contulate Exalted Ruler Edward C. Fogg. III. %  %  : thi ti nos 6 ** i* ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB • HAROLD'SHAPIRO Councilman Powell Seeks Re-Election ": *< pioneer Miami lent and ,,f : : the last nine %  is ann IUI ndin Jane 5. w • .• %  :. a leadii YCUH TOASTMASTER April 18th. 12:15 P.M. at LINCOLN MANOR, 2 Lincoln Road • RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN %  • CHARLES H. LEE • JACOB C. FISHMAN : -" • %  %  .• Sim • PAUL MILSTONE •'!:-:.. 'In.: Tl| i PUBLIC IN\ : red by Miami Hr.uh Zionist District — CUT THIS OUT SPOT. :•:...ation dinner %  %  ninj A] 12 at Fai M • B :'• : %  Elks at%  thi P Wi ndler. past E e the of-' 1 ten %  II iects He was f the • .._ r %  I C F gg, in. local lely bv i -,-. %  and :ing relief fron : 151-52 K • • • •• • %  : P v i ll'i %  • : • '• %  • ad M. T ni „ ht the Bay S Goll :. :••:. el. loyal ki • : ; nee E. H '% %  >n the property just be'< %  Strattoi i resubA1 '• %  tein. treasurei ,; in: D til. :. R .:, : • repeatedly inE Hei five-y, r trustei .' ;,e F1 %  P *er and ; B. Spaet. retiring pany improve it disnd nev :•, mate I:: tem at M 'ami Beach aelegat. I -.., Grand Lodge *' ,th lhe result < h( company has ng :hc d:nner. installa'' xpindld J S2.000.000 in placing •vere held at the nil! 1 ? nder f round to >•"" 'he ai tne Possibility of power failure du-F\ 11to/i D. i ^ in S storn i ants ^fsou!?; accord ^"^ TP tion w Plain, inner-guard; and Sresult ? %  .„ T, U s efforts whicn -• at the April 12 meet ne nH n M D a n L perccnt Auction they were sworn m w th "t£? m n M,am 1 1 B f ach taxes in 1950. regular elective lodge officers in^" P "^ a leadin ">* At the meeting A L ,f c <";'on of the Nautilus IJ.UB !t J" 10 Mt s 'nai Hospital Adult Social Group m W„ came t0 M,ami **<* Sets Dance, Party £W Efc*. t£ I •<--. holding a „,{££ d ^; J' h ">" "1>1 nd racial u„. S>tu.-day oigut Apg f a | *•••. d n he ,po„ s „ re d M.ami %  ttdS ar? s saw ??*„,.,-'"• lht : (-ITTT %  — 'A laK en .. 5c PHONE 2-1788 5c 27 N.W. 4th ST. Miami Manufacturer of Finest^Quality Dairy Product, AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET ^ou tried the rest now trv 1 V Berdy's Ernest Qualhy Carton Eggs 5c Try Berdy's Delicious Farmer Cheese 5 C v Under the ££&££%?£ .. Va.dHakashntth.Rabb^o^^^^ ^ MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED /AUGUST BROS ft w: ^ Ifthc at ST' %  •*£* ROOH Deliciousmelt in your moil 'Also in I tempting chocolate flavor! nee? HW Distributed by PALM IMS IIUIII TORS. I\f. _14_N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3 68K MEAT PRODUCTS ""CAO \Mt* § KOSHER OH A LIT Y Dislri u d %  £ igw ^if^ S || l Mg ^,| %  i-Grade Food Co. Phone 9-8456 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. \ l:.>IO HOTEL BMOk Kosher Dining Room RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR PASSOVER SEDURIM Conducted by Cantor Samuel Karp Phor.c 5-3491 116 Collins Avenue OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK Quality BEVERAGES Natural Fruit Flavors KOSHER for PASSOVER In Brand New Kosher Bottles Under Supervision Rabbi Hyman A. Rabinowitz Fl LL


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LAY. APRIL 13. 1951 Dogs Entered In icayne Classic full entry list of 32 greykds has been received for the I Florida Championship, the Iitlht of the Biscayne Kennel season. When the eliminate completed on April 16 17 and the two semi-finals led "ii the 19th the final field he big event will be known. Jflrst four dogs to finish in Iwci semi-finals will comprise (rhampionship field with the Jc clown for decision on 21. thling the entry list is Real (man. After compiling a reif 27 consecutive victories, Handle Bros, champ was deal a recent test at the Flagler track. Real Hunts>n last year's seventh runnf the event and despite fecent debacle figures to go p ist a red-hot favorite. nc of the competition for the | will come from the Mountain Time, TwiSquaw, North American, Rye Seed. Ruling Shad rock, Practical, Self Merry Times. Axiom, indent. Never Another and le performers. West Flagler and Hollywound up their sea\ li. and Miami Beach April 16. Practically top greyhounds that were early Biscayne meeting {hen be back in action at %  • base. + kniatrk*Mictr PAGE 13 B .ft* \*LA* X /SCQ^ Aika-Seltxer on hand because you never know what time of day or niunl you may need the relief it often. Alka-Seluer is pleasant to ine taste—easy to take. Ask your <'ni„t for AlkaSeltier today, "emember. when your tablets !" "own to four — 'haft 11,, tint* to buy •om. mormt Uka-Selt zer JGUST BROS tm More than a Quarter Century of Progr in Greater Miami NOR TON cl'Src ess MIAMI 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph. 3-4639 TWO STORES MIAMI BEACH 1454 ALTON' ROAD { Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot, President NORTON TIRE COMPANY offers you $L \ M si ^ y Utmost in Tire Quality ...and Service :* liLM M m %  IPi mm B oy< 5Stfrt£tB tires **ZjQ o**"!l A •**•" .W.na i 0VtV H 5 Royal ^^•^^ oya |DcalcrTo^ CallYour^J^^^g| / m More Valuable New Than Ever Before Every day that passes sees these wonderful U. S. Royals increasing in value to their owners. To every owner they have become precious, if not priceless, deserving all the care and attention they receive. They are the tires that practically revolutionized all modern automobile riding and driving. They give the genuine and original Air Ride design and construction—they are the only AIR RIDE tires in the world. For several years, the enormous public demand for these tires has taxed all possible supply. With every shipment, orders are being filled. With every order, a new and lasting friendship is established. Wherever you live or wherever you are—it* your U. S. Royal Dealer can't fill your order for nc w J. Z. Royal tires immediately, he can render eo...p.'_/e, responsible service on your old tires toward keeping you in safety and comfort till your new tires arrive. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY Easy Budget Terms L ittle As SI.OO Per Week WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE 4900 N. W. 2nd Avenue


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PAGE 2 A Je i§t tfcricffor raiD AY, APRIL Vll Say. this Span .... %  %  %  %  %  %  T %  The Mysteries Of The Cabbala By HARRY SIMONHOFF iti contact with • • : n • olarnitu .. i .'.... i • niVof'thel Th Moui %  It is ind. :. I bv i • cape. %  %  %  %  P But in Spain 1 that 1 J %  : • '.. %  %  .: %  %  I %  f En S %  En S the uni\ led bv I En S • %  .... : : %  i n %  DAY WORKERS S5 COLOi ED '.••• %  DS %  : IN %  .ES SPECIALIZING Hotol Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT %  -' • Ph. 0.36C" t 1 L • : Youth Groups Hold Inter-Faith Program n earth is i '' g C in 1 thrill d the i in del led lest 1 • %  ih, the Shem h %  might 1 troy ai •' %  the souls ol I Lillith c nsl intly | .= ny, and moveirn • i spher, They beheld Sand 'en chang,,, n ^ hear) of men inl 7 ha and trembl, I to % % %  %  I Death with his*thou $*• nd the Torah. Th I >rmer univ. perfecl %  K %  S %  %  %  ngs to pure souls for theii %  %  %  Gematna.\ t. to expe l JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Beth David Youngsters To Hold Model Seder Si ler of Bl Sunda; be hi Id Ap il 15 ai l'• 30 :, in under the di' %  '• ) %  S. Gordon, i Si • be conductr I Melvin Bialeck, Daniel Kamis, Marilyn Kutnick, Allan Laul Dorothy and Sandra Schre: I Si gal, Reva Shapiro, v Shevin and Adele Siegel. Mis L. J. Hartz and her com• %  <• will serye Passover refreshments to the children. Open Collection Store Pioneei Women Club No. Two : Miami Beach have opened a 432 Espanola Way for if new and old shipped to Israi I, ling l an announcement by Lei M •'. %  • s, pi n daily, excepl from 11 a.m. t 4 p.m. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington An OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES LftHl TtjGUST BROS. RYE ** ta the 6tSTf 3 Mezzz-ins Floor t i i i t t I t I i I I I t i I I t t t I i I t To Compliment Ycu: I' Add to your Holiday Festivities Hand Made Miniature Chocolates For Passover %  fc.M R..: (The Happiness $luius w %  %  il iiring an L T n i Passover Greeting Cards Shop Early While Our Stock Is Complete 140 Seybold Arcade 42 N.E. 1st Street imoecling the exhibit oT^erewas one of th: highlight! of ihe rfr-faith i vouth groups a t the White Temp'e •! %  11 :. : Protestant. Catholi %  %  i i. • • %  • Our of ; Jewish Funeral Services... ind with a %  %  :. i in con: irm n Jewish i.l;. ..iitions. Surrounded by an atmosphere of dignity and I' ace, each finical conducted in %  •• il :...;) Is i:. coi rei I lar. : • COULTON BROS. GARAGE Upholstery mid Seat Covers Phon,s,. ^P and Delivery w %  8 !" B.W. Sth Street 818 Michigan Avenun chigan Avenue M, mi Bffarh Phone 5-3595 Memorial Chapel Two ( ONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flagler &: 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach .at* 1236 Washington. Aw.. Phone 5-7777 5 JJ 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE DWARO T. NEWMAN. Funeral DirtCtOf ABE EISENBERC. T***' IN NEW YORK 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave. BROOKLYN BRONX LOOlSL***



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PAGE 16 B *Jet*ist>rk>riariann ^IDAY.APRn, Off the Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN JEWS IN TRIX1DAD Trinid I is a uniqui plaa II untry v I nothing I i compl This ice I"' lzw< wellknown hi Jewish Con si I fr< >ni a tour of Latin America. The Jews of Trinidad ;':' uttei ] tent. There is no prejudice or n of any kind. Jews there are frequent .masts of the Cath, lie club. The two h Jews there have no rabbi or her. The c; vernoi to pay half the salary of .< tea< her. The populati of V %  es and Chine: whitecertainly h nething to learn from them Dr. Perlzweig, who for yeai 5i nti d thi JWC at the U N a novel proposal at thi S Chile, sessi >n ol the U N. E n imic and s : i: mcil Hi pn the L'.N. on< N evi ...... .:. %  i iiinti The : n was warmly v tes who felt thai this ap] t prove efbattii pn idici ... Dr. Pi rlzwi tiv I' :•. v it, has frii U.N. Hi unJew ratal L'.N to S A rec i p i en t o I • %  nt ol at D Pi hotel. HI lined roi L'n li r Dr. P< i.. n thi ngth in its tivitii :. .. %  %  tention On : thi : OAS %  n State % %  Such i n countries cai | %  nd to %  : ties as %  • : Curtain ntrii .:.%  :. • imi I not %  %  t si \ r;o.\ i mcus i \ Now that th i %  is clowns in the v Jew. You wouldn't kn K :.• n 'i England n any yi ars Bi i n Pi in a small town in Russia, B< I, v.... then i ailed, %  gan his i ing carei r. Poverty had i the I Aii's only off< red I lests with song for a I His "pi ri impi i ssi I t!:i gui -'and w hen the show lem invited him to in v the homi local army officer and landowner. To the delight of the intoxicated guests the boy gave a clowning performance to the sad : Yiddish folk songs. Whi n the first World War broke out [ht in the Cz irisl army. When the Czai ist n gime coljoined thi Red A the i ; :. liking. In ,'ent to Berlin, whi is and b • buffoonery and cl iwnil I. n in 1930 the I in Bi ned him to 'i Ine of '.!iifeatures of still in effect, was a : would not have to peri R i i Kippur. Whili K >ko is li rati Ij his tian-born wife Rachael is is and mainstrictl] lox homi Whi n 1 • met the beautiful man who was d< stined : Bi : p lions the two young people could not get n ii they kept on meeting cl stinely. On one sue':! occasion the young lady confided to Berl that she had become c nv< rted to im and that her J. %  : n w -.'. Rachael. Thi i onci ended in mai %  %  i % % %  the fathi r of six : nti • %  settl... es 1 '.ill cus. Fancy Catering Weddings. Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phont g.5317 J.S727 BI N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERO. Owner ^ S***'~**'"-iir < -.**"'* "*-. ">Ns A finer, sweeter ALL-Grape wine tCHAYim with the old-fashioned 'taste you remember" % .* Remember how rou lore.! 111 c old-fashioned taste ol pure, sweet gtape juice? You'll find that thrill %  gain in ruby-red L'( hayim, made from pure grapes and nothing else. L'Chayim is Koshvrcd from crush to bottle by the em in, nt and beloved Rabbi II. Singer of Los Angeles. w rcHAYim C 1951.I'CMAYIM KOSHER WINE CO.. FRESNO, CALIFORNIA Don't take our word for it... Refrigerators! Yes ask the people you know who own G E atoi i! 1 ney'll tell you how wonderful and depent 1 hen drop in today and sec our newest OL 01 always be glad you bought a G-L! SPACE 25 r ;> to 5096 more food-storage rpace 4" older refrigerators occupying the same Boor sp "ATURES! As only General Electric can makethl DEPENDABILITY! More than 2,700.000G-E frigerators in use 10 years or longer! TRIM AND HCIf|CATIONt SUBJICt TO CHANOt WITHOUT HO?


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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951 +J&nisfi fUradliain PAGE 3 A >> A/A Unit To Mark liar Mitzvah" \ "B;ir Mitzvah" Sabbath servj ,'• will mark the thirteenth | a y of Miami AZA 322 on lay April 14. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Expected at the unusual cere> n y are many alumnu and advisers of the Riuup. including Judge Sam I, Silver. lent ol the Bnai B nth ,,f South Florida; Milton ledman, national youth commer; Louis Heiman, former nt of District Grand Lodge 1 Ted Sakowitz. The chapter was founded in j I. 1938, by a group of boys | have since become leaders .' the community. The distin1 record of the chapter inmany awards, such as the • ,i Bi -t Chapter Award in United States in 1940. the B'nai B'rith Cooperation National Around Award in 1948-49, i MI years 322 has placed in top positions in basketball, v. debate, regional, dstrict es. i Saal is in charge of Sal's program, assisted by Harvey Kasow, Sidney Lewis and 11 iward Solomon. Auxiliary Slates "Gaiety Night" Mrs, Jennie Grossinger will be hostess at the "Gaiety Night" to be sponsored by the Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home e Aged on Sunday, April 15, at 3:30 p.m. at the Grossingeroast Hotel. Harold Shapiro will emcee the am which will include the Gables Jewish Center US, directed bv Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, and Singer Gloria In an Harry Rogers and his will play for dancing. Sidni v H. Palmer and Mrs. Isador Cohen are co-chair• i i vent, e Mrs. Sydney L. pn dent, and the Harry Marlow, Leon Harrj Field. Isidore Fine, Schneidman, Jack Katz, rn, Sam Gettner, E ithi G lodman Over 400 Hear Israeli Consul "Foresight, faith and labor not just a miracle of God — were responsible for thl tablishment of the state of israi I," said Josef Nevo, senior consul of the Israel Consul General's office of New York, in an IS Monday night before an overflow crowd in excess of 400 people in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mel Vola, who is not Jewi h but who is one of the most active workers in the Miami Young Zionist District, was presented a lapel pin by Mr. Nevo in recognition of his work. Others honored by presentations included Oscar Lelchuk and Mrs. Morris Simon. of Coral Gables: Mrs. Dona Sims and Marty Eig. of the Miami Young Zionist District. The Miami Beach members enr dent. Alex Van corded top honors in the iiicm! bership race among the six groups in Greater Miami. The membership drive will continue through I the end of April. Nevo, who was greeted Mondav by Mayors William Wolfarth of Miami and Harold Turk of Miami Beach, stated that the catastrophe of European Jewry—(i.000,000 perished during Hitler's asccnReprescntatives from loc?l districts of the Zionist Organization of America are shown above greeting Josef Nevo, senior consul of the Israeli Consul General's office of New York, as he arrived Saal. vice president of the Miami ZOA district: Lester Toloff end Mrs. Lelchuk, of the Coral Gables district; Mrs. Melvin Pazol and Mrs. Seymour B. L iebman. Nevo addressed a meeting of the six districts at 8:30 Monday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Israelite Center Schedules Seders The Israelite Center is sponsoring a third Seder on Sunday. dancy—and the help of Jews in A ., 2 t 7:30 at th( ,.,,,_ America were primary factors in ., „,„„ „ ,., .,... the military and political success ter building. 3198 S.W^ 24th Ave. of the State of Israel. u Charles ridolman chairman is Despite the fact that the influx being assisted by Mr. and Mrs. of 600.000 Jews in less than three >*"" y Becker, Murray Park and years has upset the economy of I' the new state — an almost 100'; increase— the Knesseth (Conis about to pass a "Law of Return," declaring that "Every Jew has a right to return to Israel." The group's Hebrew and Sunday s :e conducting a model Seder on Sunday. April 15. at 10 a.m. under the supervision of Andrew Kornreich, Hebrew teacher. NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER "STRICTLY KOSHER" Till: BELVEDERE IIOTIX 843 Euclid Aver.ue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1103 Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Services. REASONABLE RATES HOME MILK TAKES PLEASURE In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk For Passover HOME MILK Is Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH (the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth. which is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) as Kosher for Passover HDS'? Iff3 For Information About Kashruth Call RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOYSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth who take, personal care ol the order of Kashruth. Only those products which have the endorsement ol the Vaad are Kosher for Passover. TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 2-7696 Drink Daily Fresh ..and Taste the DmerenceJ You'll Also Enioy Hum. Cliacbfote Milh %  Buttermilk Collage Cheese • light. Heavy and Soui Ctejiv To our many friends & customers of the State of Florida For the finest quality fresh northern fish Lake Erie — Whitefish — Pike — Carp — Hecht PLACE YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY ORDER NOW Last shipping date Tues., April 17—You may phone or wire CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE 425 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. Telephone 2-6875 THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth n 1Q 1 is displayed; 2. And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H. ~ '. "2 as this is the only identification which proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; 3. A slit on the throat of a chicken is not proof that it is kosher, according to the Jewish Law; 4. Stores which were endorsed previously might not be endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see if the sign of the G.M.V.H. is displayed—DO NOT TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS! AND ANNOUNCES That the following poultry markets in the CITY OF MIAMI are under supervision and endorsement: ADLER'S LIVE KOSHER POULTRY MARKET. 1832 S.W. 8th St. ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 2011 S.W. 8th St. FIFTH STREET LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 149 N.W. 51h St. CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St. FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO.. 230 N.W. 5th St. KENHOLZ MEAT 8c POULTRY MARKET. 2634 Ponce do Leon Blvd., Coral Gables (NOTE: Several of the other meat markets did not allow the Mashgiachs to enter their stores, and they arc selling chickens without identification, and those markets are not recognized as Kosher by the Vaad.) MIAMI BEACH BERMAN POULTRY. 86 Washington Ave. GUTTMAN & LAPOF LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 325 Collins Ave. HERMAN'S MEAT & POULTRY MARKET. 732 6th St. HOFFMAN'S KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS. 415 Espanola Way KAPLAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET. 552 Washington Ave. MALTER'S KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET. 436 Collins Ave. SiiH LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 320 Collins Ave. AND ALSO ANNOUNCES That signs such as "Traditional Dinners." "Jewish Meals," "Kosher Style." "Jewish Style." or "Sacramental Wine is Served," definitely do not assure kashruth. For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Harry Sirkin. Pres. H. Sooiin, Secy. Telephone 5-3595 S. Lobel. Treas.



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PAGE 14 B vjenisti fforidfiain =2£5L*WL|,' B'nai B'rith Council Slates Free Dance For Sunday Night B'rith I 3 ;;: ; V. how nigl April %  I need by J S [. The annual is incil w: .. r nd in th <' Go] Lodge wi | Beach Athletic Club, -~~. ,^§|l I... .%  i %  %  Ihe CLAH.I 1 : HERMAN To n %  %  N I' nem%  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S'OTH'K ii:<:i. IN C5IVEN tli.it %  • mile ..: V N. C.^Geldman. prominent West %  I Palm Bearh civic worker and frith business man. has accepted stale c-airmanrhip of the American Committee (or t're U.'T.. of which 5Prof. Albert Einstein is president. The U.I.T. represents the Hebrew University, Weizman.-. Institute j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS the Hi inn ••: l!iHill .-,1 Ptter acquainl %  '! "" Mill, i • N i.. I si Av< .J i i i with th. Clrcull l ..-,,... : .Ida. M li CLARKE %  It II* : W.M NAME LAW MILTON \ l|-|ri, coXs'l'l.TIXR I with and Tcchnion. Among sponsors of the unit are Dr. Bowman F. A tainAshe. president of the University of Miami, and Dean Joseph Weil, dean of the College cf Engineeru private I of Luis Go] ing. University of Florida. \V I.. VICTl IB NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Kill v I1IVKN that nil,' of IIINA-MAN S W %  t, 1. V I : iated for ; • Itir with Service will Seder Plans Announced Ji wish i' immunity Center NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IIEIlEltY RIVEN thai %  i %  ... ndi Yol'XR'S F'Rt'lT SHIPPERS ill I'll iffice of Price A tation ting of I Holl; (Circuit Con rtitv" sedet on Frid s April %  ""• w analyst in the New York i 1 s TO: R| : VAN: 17 Vrmwel • • the %  i %  %  Till day of M the Bill %  • %  ith da] • Ii : • %  ["he P i Ja.• Schor v n i. YOCXR MAM B. 'XER %  ; Hoi nd C ril M irdeAI a ni • i i'. %  The strictly koshM in |)i er sedi I Sonnl k -' ~. VS. | by NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 6549. %  N'| 'KM VN R %  •: i i %  Miami, Florida k tfo%\v^ **** LEGAL NOTICES NAME LAW N. iTICE IS HI:::I:I:V RIVEN 11 % %  %  %  'I' r. In ,-'i :i .1 :.N i: j si. ORDER OF PLBLICATiO* IX THE CIRC 11TII .11 I • I %  %  • 'It I'Aiu: 1 IN I'II.WI •!•:!.' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni I'li'i: IS H Hit Km IIVEN RQIUITZ* fllRRGRRETEn SO SWEET! SO HEAVY-BODIED! SO DELICIOUS! You'll love its real old-fashioned goodness IANANDA1GUA INDUSTRIES CO.. INC., CANANDAIGUA. N. Y. Distributed by World Wide Importing 6, Exporting Co. Miami, Flarida Had* ... i IRV1N %  %  A & A I 'ill ISS CO • • nnbi N W • •:. city of M .in,:. F'lorl.l in' %  i Ito i. i: i-1. name with the Clerk of the. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XAI>E I %  | • nunty, f Al 'i.r, i \ \ LENTINO I'' iKKS & F'lllSIIMAN Attorney s 12)1 Lii • !: Miami lleat'h, 1 '..i. I I rOCNTY — IN ill VNCERY, N. 'N HVMtiV /. ROSE 111 M< i\\ IT/. Defendant. sriT i OR ii\"• IR," i: ROSF: MYMOV /. SI • %  \i in !. F'la ... • %  I I I F:I CENH L, .i IN I: • • \. %  ^ .ik i It. >SE IIYM" '\\ ITZ, are hereby mplalnl for I'iv.iree 1 ilnsl you, ~ — I'd to aerv. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION • or Pleading to T I .'.C-... < .LR'.' 1 I.T;.ClirRT nE rllE '' t on the plaintiffs BBN ESSFJ.N •. ; s. ybold l: 'IK • Mian FT, I i, and I RRE .1. T\l.l W'l 1 : Attornej f.'i I' I I I.in. .'II I: Miami II, ,. i :. I I:I.I:\ I:\TH i.i •irid.MAi. %  11:. -1 i i<>l EL..R1DA. IN AND |A,|( |,.M. l; I \ |\, • I A N • i I; %  M \ \, T ',' V ll: '' .,.' ', K .,' ; U ^ l:i !• III I'K R(l\\ 1 ii, t, N • %  York \. | • ou I red to %  %  %  • %  %  %  • • • %  • %  DOOM %  • the H ; '•• r i onseeutlve weeks ... Jen-lull F1..1 l"'Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami, Iprll, A D l. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, l>ade County, Florida. %  B} W.M \\ BTOCKINO, 11. puty Clerk. %  #2 t>£* ,'. MA X %  REX ESSEN > .hold R I 1 ; IV JIPJ'SS BV PUBLICATION IN P T "p. <: t IT Ct.l-RT OP THE J; -FA F.NIII ,11-IMCIAL CIRCC1T ." I .\Ji .! ,A IN VXD V..\: [>ADE IN CHAXCER1 N :.. thr uough the use of -C71 NYLON TENTS I The Cost is reduced more than V2 ([//'; 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY *iaLWOOD*AND SUBTERRANEAN NOTICE UNDER FicTIT IOUS '''x v'"„ !\ X "' = "alntlfr. VI. \ : "-7 : ^1 NAME LAW 8 NAl.M KAIIR > r, cn FlCTlTI| .; ,• NOTICE UNDER FJCH I ,,;. NAME L.AW N.iTI.-i: IS I md .... %  '"'" 1 r .,'ii .%  fl NOTICE TO CREDITOHS IN THE COIN v IN AN i • i •' %  _?, FLORIDA %  IN Tl • 71. In Re: ESTATE HERBERT SAYK TK, 1 ... a.-, .1 To All Cr. I Having i-l.nu. Sa I You. and eacl notified and re


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PAGE 10 A vJenisf fhridfiar 252*1*81, Dinner Will Honor Mrs. Henrv Seitlin : E v. K Ilcarh Zionist* To Honor Shapiro Straal DisS Pi ?\SH I lull IA'i-i:I. •!<'> Keeks .llonibors .r -.. .. -' -" chairman -:..TV: ; % % %  convention ---.• ... president : : thi American Bai : .--. For the First Time Kosher for Passover Ginger Ale fc (lab Soda In Quart Bottles Under the supervisor. :'. BE7.H JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Mises Mescheloff. Director Fc: Immedicte Service and Prompt Deliver/ Call BURAK BEVERAGE ai 3-1596 263 N. W. 25th Street, Miami The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH l the Lj • 8:30. i C ml I Mom id affairs to 1 %  CTC the *eence RO^ACHft*** 1 *" these ttotty pew zei'. ne* |\ovor r\e^ en\oy en*BETTER BECAUSE IT S M ADE BETTERS Kei He Distributed by PALM IMSTItlHI TOS. I\(. I 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone S-M Vht ,s eu CAMP OSCEOLA for Boys and Girls On Mills River and Silver 1 Horse Shoe, North Carolina Horseback riding, capable seasoned staff. 3000 .'!. eleva!| resident physician and nurse, private lake, swimming all land ar.d water snorts. 300 acre car Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silvei 950 Jefferson Ave., Mien-.. Telephones: 5-5975 or 5-42 Season's Greetings ... and best wishes for a joyous Passover Season Mm Gil Benjj dent AuxiJ in he iel, 1 Ele boarc the r Season's White Rock Specials WHITE ROCK SPARKLING WATER WHITE ROCK RASPBERRY WHITE ROCK GINGER ALE WHITE ROCK GRAPE WHITE ROCK ROOT BEER Kosher for Passover as certified by Rabbi Chaim Rabinowil* White Rock Beverages are pure— Absolutely no artificial flavoring or preservatives used.



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PAGE 12 A +Je*1sti flcrkilar Jewish Education Dinner Set For May 6, Stavitsky Will Be Principal Speaker The annual Jewish Education ish Appeal: vice president, Vi Dinner, sponsored by the Bu of Jewish Edu.I eater imi, will be held on Sunday, 6, at 6 p.m. at Temple B Sholom, it was ami by Matilda Ratnei .dim Guest speaker will b M A. Stavitsky, presic American AEdi ".: :; Sta* .' lirector, field w •. k, J Welfare Board: cl Housing authority: vi board of overseers, Jewish Th gical Seminar;. ica: >• vice ; J Publication Society board member. Unite I P Appeal and National Unite I JewI Synagogue of America. The dinner. ghts ol n Gn tei A i itallation of new ofl t %  .. \\Mi R itni :. 11 : A Kasov l : %  h ff, !el Shap ff. L li ::. Eli Hurwitz, M L n Ell an I rej tatives of J i %  • • : !. ::.: available I at thi ::. if the bui %  essBl Ig 3-5858 ind f-048 CHOICE: FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 Jones Miami Beach Express Co. MILO W. BENNETT 1S26 West Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5 3707 Passover Services And 'finnrr April 20th & 21st Choir, eight outstanding voices, conducted by Mr. Ben Yomen Margaret Ben Yomen, Organist Services conducted by Cantor Nathaniel Sprinzer. Canter end Leading Tenor of the New York Civic Opera Company £7>*KI.M<:ilOO.M Reservations 58-7881 Thv DpIaUO On the Ocean at 17th Street 2.00 first 18.00 '. .. :._••Uht huniMy, dtaU that YOUR MOTHER co-uid no-t 6,eAv4, y,av~ atiu, ^ixith, ok mofit dtticioul ftaad than MENDELSOHN'S BE5I46SUNT NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach Air Conditioned for your Comiort Ph one 58-8946 ADL Releases New School Playlets Release of "Four Chaplains" and "Thomas Jefferski," two new original school playlets on ng I hun in relations, is meed bv Gilbert J. Balkin. I ctor, Fl irida Regional Office, Anti-D< : iti n League of B"nai B'rith. V.. itten for the FlorADL Office by Betty GibL'niversity of Miami gradthc plaj lets utilize selei S ng a s ng I p" by Irving Cai ts have bi %  : : use in acy in th( n," Balk n id, Ion i %  specil ii i themes." lets for scl • : % %  ; B : Mili ... %  •• Mr. Pe >p %  %  Beach (Golden Agers Plan Sunday Cruise River n I be tl '' tl Golden A : • '.: VHA i sun : 1:4 Anna Goldl .-.,. %  Th Drean M Y IB 10. Sou %  n a j variel 'i a/i terr. ; ; ,; berg For thosi t 12 : rickets i • • v League Hears Lyons "• : R. Lyons, ..: e the Own.-:. Le; gue at its i n etin ii the h %  .-. Cei ti on the i .pic "Dangers Facing Your li mesti 1 Exen I. %  President F. E. Michels eonducted an open forum discussion with Lyons answering questions from the floor. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washere-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 12£j_Wj L 2nd Ave. Ph.9-3144 no MI: CAMP COUXSKLOIU 18 Yrs. up ** Camping Experience and College Trainina IVi Call Mr. Seligrnan — Jewish Centers Associa^ 82-6556 Monday from 10 to 12 A. M. TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE M B. Phone for Reservations —S-66S1 S-4907 Ail Conditioned — Erwln and Louis* Frlshntt SPENDING THE SUMMER AT MIAMI BEACH'' INQUIRE ABOUT OUR Special Low Summer Rates May 1st to November 1st %  ALBION HOTEL Aiulron Mi/nj£rment Lincoln Road .it Jan:.Avenue Cei %  all) Mid lleally Located Sear All Theatrea, !: %  !:. itlful Private Swimming Pool H'M| Cabana Club on i*: I mlii >ned < %  "kt %  i: Lounge BQtertalm : tq ilalti I) 1m nlahed R ioma 1 n Ever) i: %  %  111 P.ua The Distinguished ANDRON Sen DELUXE PENTHOUSE AVAILABLE %  %  %  'i • e summer I M:t> lal to Nov. lai A| 15th at no extra cha 1 K< Phone: 5-2901 COMPLETE SELECTION FINE WINES KOSHER FOR PASSOVER STONE'S SUGGESTS MOGEN DAViD WINE 1 .85 Full Quart 1.55 5th Olhei Kc3hcr Wines from 98c Sth Stone's FnM DeSiverv Service Ph. 2-2451 "A Bottle or a Case" 200 W. Flagler St. 1048 Biscayne Blvd. 2334 Pence de Leon Blvd. 2705 N.W. 20th St. 420 IWCfllM M < MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONE 5-2978 J PALMER'S MIAMI Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl MONUMENT CO. Serving the JcwisN Community Sincellfi Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phona TS922



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PAGE 16 A Jen Ut HenJter 25Ei!iKLi ; --:. IMC* %  i %  %  :%  •:--•:-V,. ; %  %  %  1 I • • : :%  I %  : Passover Select Approved and Low-Priced Passover Fooi USE THIS LIST TO PLAN YOUR ORDER MATZOHS AND NOODLES ft imp Uni pro win reta tior att giv. atoi Sov Eas Am sinf moi B Am orij Je moi inn %  of Isrs Wo salt Am wit mil %  whl Horowitt Margrreten. MenischewiaB Rokeach brands we'.: :eprese:.:ei 1 —M re| BAKED GOODS 12 oz. H & M Matzohs 5 lb. H & M Matzohs 5 lb. Rokeach Matzohs 12 oz. H & M Whole Wheat Matzohs 12 oz.H&M Egg Matzohs 1 lb. H & M Matzoh Meal 1 lb. H & M Farfel 1 lb. H & M Cake Meal 4 oz. H & M Potato Pancake Mix 12 oz. H & M Potato Starch 1 oz. H & M Soup Nuts 8 oz.H&M Noodles 8 oz. H & M Barley 6 oz. H & M Knoedlack BEVERAGES Borden's Coftee Maxwell House Cotfee Lipton's Tea Qts. Cott's Beverages, Asstd. Flavors Manischewitz Wines L'chayim Wines SOAPS & CLEANSER! Rokeach Asstd. Soap Brillo Asstd. Soap Rokeach Scouring Powder 15 oz. H & M Plain Macaroons IS oz. H & M Chocolate Macaroons 61-2 oz. H & M Choc. Coated Egg Macaroons -S Yoi An • i^M mil the 'H we: esti • i tra VARIOUS DO Qts. Rokeach Borscht Qts. Rokeach Prune Juice Large Nyaf at 16 oz. Rokeach Gefitle Fish Tumbler Candles Household Candles PRESERVES -Un the bor ten the the 1 1st int It tht ha' do) no coi mt lai rai pai orj 8 oz. Rokeach Honey 12 oz. Rokeach Strawberry Preserves 12 oz. Rokeach Grape Preserves CANDY Streits Hard Candy Elite Milk Choc. Bars Elite Raspberry Cream Chocolate Elite Strawberry Cream Chocolate Elite Bittersweet Choc. Bars _J SUGAR 5 lb. Domino Kosher Sugar 2 lb. Domino Tablet Sugar • • SALT Kosher Salt ... Sour Salt AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES



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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951 fJewisti florid fan PAGE 3 A A/A Unit To Mark "Bar Mitzvah" \ "Bar Mitzvah" Sabbath w • ,'. will mark the thirteenth iy (if Miami AZA 322 on [ay, April 14. at the Miami Hebrew School and ConRtenation. Expected at the unusual cere.,.,' %  are many alumnu and • advise ra of the group, including Judge Sam I. Silver. | e n1 of the B'nai B'rith .! of South Florida; Milton ledman, national youth com,ner; Louis Hciman, former i, nt of District Grand Lodge n i Ted Sakowitz. chapter was founded in \pril, 1938, by a group of boys have since become leaders e community. The dishnI record of the chapter in. many awards, such as the d i!, it Chapter Award in United States in 1940. the B'rith Cooperation National Vround Award in 1948-49. n r< cenl years 322 has placed %  ;l positions in basketball, ry, debate, regional, dstrict •es. i Saal is in charge of Sat• .'.< program, assisted by Harvi v Kasow. Sidney Lewis and ]] .ward Solomon. Auxiliary Slates "Gaiety Night" Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be hostess at the "Gaiety Night" to be sponsored by the Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home the Aged on Sunday, April 8:30 p.m. at the Grossingcroast Hotel. Harold Shapiro will emcee the ,:n which will include the G.liles Jewish Center Chorus, directed bv Mrs. Irwin stein, and Singer Gloria an. Harry Rogers and his a will play for dancing Sidn< v H. Palmer and I Cohen are co-i-hair: • I II ( vent. I ng an' Mrs. Sydney L. ib, president, and the 11 rry Marlow, Leon Field, Isidore Fine. S hm idman, Jack Katz. Einhorn Sam Gettner, Esther Goodman. Over 400 Hear Israeli Consul "Foresight, faith and labor — not just a miracle of God — were responsible for the i tablishment of the State of Issaid Josef Nevo, consul of the Israel Consul ('.< neral's office of New York, in an address Monday night before an overflow crowd in excess of -Kid people in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mel Vola, who is not J' but who is one of the most active workers in the Miami Young Zionist District, was presented a lapel pin by Mr. Nevo in recognition of his work. Others honored by presentations included Oscar Lelchuk and Mrs. Morris Simon. of Coral Gables; Mrs. Dena Sims and Marty Eig. of the ." %  Young Zionist District. The Miami Beach district, with 1168 members enrolled, and its presidi nt, Alex Van Straaten. were accorded top honors in the membership race among the six groups in Greater Miami. The membership drive will continue through the end of April. Nevo, who was greeted Monday by Mayors William Wolfarth of Miami and Harold Turk of Miami Beach, stated that the catastrophe of European Jewry—6.000.000 perished during Hitler's ascenReprescntatives from loc?l districts of the Zionist Organization of America are shown above greeting Josef Nevo. serior cor.sul of the Israeli Consul General's office of New York, as he arrived by Eastern Air Lines Sunday afternoon. Left to right are Oscar Lelchuk. Morris Simon and Norman Lyons (president) of the Coral Gables ZOA district; Seymour B. Licbman, general chairman of the Nevo reception committee for the six Greater Miami districts; Nevo; Sandy Swerdlin, president of the Miami ZOA district; Melvin Pazol. executive director of the Greater Miami ZOA area; Irving Saal. vice president of the Miami ZOA district; Lester Toloff end Mrs. Lelchuk, of the Coral Gables district; Mrs. Melvin Pazol and Mrs. Seymour B. L iebman. Nevo addressed a meeting of the six districts at 8:30 Monday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Israelite Center Schedules Seders The Israelite Center is sponsoring a third Seder on Sunday. dancy—and the help of Jews in A ., 22 t 7:30 .„ the cen America were primary factors in ., „ M m „,., the military and political success ter building. 3198 S.W^ 24th Avc. of the State of Israel. 9 harles r idelman. chairman, is Despite the fact that the influx being assisted by Mr. and Mrs. 600.000 Jews in less than three Robert Becker, Murray Park and has upset the economy of Mrs L Goldberg, the new state—an almost 100'. Thi group's Hebrew and Sunline rease— the Knesseth (Conday schools are conducting a i is about to pass a "Law model Seder on Sunday. April of Return," declaring that "Every is. at 10 a.m. under the superJew has a right to return to Isvision of Andrew Kornreich, Herael." brew teacher. To our many friends & customers of the State of Florida For the finest quality fresh northern fish Lake Erie — Whitefish — Pike — Carp — Hecht PLACE YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY ORDER NOW Last snipping date Tues.. April 17—You may phone or wire CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE of Years NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER "STRICTLY KOSHER" Till: BELVEDERE HOTKL 843 Euclid Aver.ue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1103 Well known C?ntor will conduct Seder Services. REASONABLE RATES HOME MILK TAKES PLEASURE In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk For Passover HOME MILK Is Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH (the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth. which is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) as Kosher for Passover For Information About Kashruth Call RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director oi the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth who take, P !" !" L'Z oi the order oi Kashruth. Only those products which have the endorsement oi the Vaad are Kosher for Passover. TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 2-7696 Drink Daily Fresh ...and Taste the DtUerencel 425 W. Flagler St., Miami. Fla. Telephone 2-6875 4. THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy onlv in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth T\ 1 £ 3 is displayed: 2. And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H. n 1 0 i as this is the only identification which proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochct; 3. A slii on the throat of a chicken is not proof that it is kosher, according to the Jewish Law; Stores which were endorsed previously might not be endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see if the sign of the G.M.V.H. is displayed—DO NOT TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS! AND ANNOUNCES That the following poultry markets in the CITY OF MIAMI are under supervision and endorsement: ADLER'S LIVE KOSHER POULTRY MARKET. 1832 S.W. 8th St. ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 2011 S.W. 81h St. FIFTH STREET LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 149 N.W. 5th St. CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St. FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO.. 230 N.W. 5th St. KENHOLZ MEAT & POULTRY MARKET, 2634 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables (NOTE: Several of the other meat markets did not allow the Mashgiachs to enter their stores, and they are selling chickens without identification, and those markets are not recognized as Kosher by the Vaad.) MIAMI BEACH BERMAN POULTRY, 86 Washington Ave. GUTTMAN & LAPOF LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 325 Collins Ave. HERMAN'S MEAT & POULTRY MARKET. 732 6th St. HOFFMAN'S KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS. 415 Espanola Way KAPLAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET. 552 Washington Ave. MALTERS KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET, 436 Collins Ave. S & H LIVE POULTRY MARKET, 320 Collins Ave. AND ALSO ANNOUNCES That signs such as "Traditional Dinners." "Jewish Meals," "Kosher Style." "Jewish Style," or "Sacramental Wine is Served." deiinitely do not assure kashruth. For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Harry Sirkin. Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. Telephone 5-3595 S. LobeL Treas.


FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951
+J&nisfi fUradliain
PAGE 3 A
>>
A/A Unit To Mark
liar Mitzvah"
\ "B;ir Mitzvah" Sabbath serv-
j ,' will mark the thirteenth
|ay of Miami AZA 322 on
lay, April 14. at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
Expected at the unusual cere-
>ny are many alumnu and
advisers of the Riuup. in-
cluding Judge Sam I, Silver.
lent ol the Bnai B nth
! ,,f South Florida; Milton
! ledman, national youth com-
mer; Louis Heiman, former
nt of District Grand Lodge
1 Ted Sakowitz.
The chapter was founded in j
I. 1938, by a group of boys |
have since become leaders
. .' the community. The distin-
1 record of the chapter in-
many awards, such as the
,i Bi -t Chapter Award in
United States in 1940. the
B'nai B'rith Cooperation National
Around Award in 1948-49,
i mi years 322 has placed
in top positions in basketball,
v. debate, regional, dstrict
es.
i Saal is in charge of Sal-
's program, assisted by Har-
vey Kasow, Sidney Lewis and
11 iward Solomon.
Auxiliary Slates
"Gaiety Night"
Mrs, Jennie Grossinger will be
hostess at the "Gaiety Night" to
be sponsored by the Miami Ladies
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home
e Aged on Sunday, April
15, at 3:30 p.m. at the Grossinger-
oast Hotel.
Harold Shapiro will emcee the
am which will include the
Gables Jewish Center
US, directed bv Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein, and Singer Gloria
In an Harry Rogers and his
will play for dancing.
Sidni v H. Palmer and
Mrs. Isador Cohen are co-chair-
i i vent,
e Mrs. Sydney L.
pn dent, and the
Harry Marlow, Leon
Harrj Field. Isidore Fine,
Schneidman, Jack Katz,
rn, Sam Gettner,
E ithi G lodman
Over 400 Hear
Israeli Consul
"Foresight, faith and labor
- not just a miracle of God
were responsible for thl
tablishment of the state of is-
rai I," said Josef Nevo, senior
consul of the Israel Consul Gen-
eral's office of New York, in an
IS Monday night before an
overflow crowd in excess of 400
people in the patio of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Mel Vola, who is not Jewi h
but who is one of the most active
workers in the Miami Young
Zionist District, was presented a
lapel pin by Mr. Nevo in recogni-
tion of his work. Others honored
by presentations included Oscar
Lelchuk and Mrs. Morris Simon.
of Coral Gables: Mrs. Dona Sims
and Marty Eig. of the Miami
Young Zionist District. The Mi-
ami Beach
members enr
dent. Alex Van
corded top honors in the iiicm-
! bership race among the six groups
in Greater Miami. The member-
ship drive will continue through
I the end of April.
Nevo, who was greeted Mondav
by Mayors William Wolfarth of
Miami and Harold Turk of Miami
Beach, stated that the catastrophe
of European Jewry(i.000,000
perished during Hitler's asccn-
Represcntatives from loc?l districts of the Zionist Organization of America are shown above
greeting Josef Nevo, senior consul of the Israeli Consul General's office of New York, as he arrived
Saal. vice president of the Miami ZOA district: Lester Toloff end Mrs. Lelchuk, of the Coral Gables
district; Mrs. Melvin Pazol and Mrs. Seymour B. L iebman. Nevo addressed a meeting of the six dis-
tricts at 8:30 Monday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Israelite Center
Schedules Seders
The Israelite Center is sponsor-
ing a third Seder on Sunday.
dancyand the help of Jews in A ., 2, t 7:30 at th(, ,.,,,_
America were primary factors in ., ,., .,...
the military and political success ter building. 3198 S.W^ 24th Ave.
of the State of Israel. u Charles ridolman chairman is
Despite the fact that the influx being assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
of 600.000 Jews in less than three >*"" y Becker, Murray Park and
years has upset the economy of I'
the new statean almost 100';
increasethe Knesseth (Con-
is about to pass a "Law
of Return," declaring that "Every
Jew has a right to return to Is-
rael."
The group's Hebrew and Sun-
day s :e conducting a
model Seder on Sunday. April
15. at 10 a.m. under the super-
vision of Andrew Kornreich, He-
brew teacher.
NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER
"STRICTLY KOSHER"
Till: BELVEDERE IIOTIX
843 Euclid Aver.ue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1103
Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Services.
REASONABLE RATES
HOME MILK
TAKES PLEASURE
In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that
they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with
Kosher Milk For Passover
HOME MILK
Is Supervised and Endorsed by the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
(the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth. which is a
participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation)
as
Kosher for Passover
HDS'? Iff3
For Information About Kashruth Call
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOYSKY
Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth who take, personal care
ol the order of Kashruth. Only those products which have the endorsement
ol the Vaad are Kosher for Passover.
TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
PHONE 2-7696
Drink Daily Fresh
..and Taste the DmerenceJ
You'll Also Enioy Hum. Cliacbfote Milh Buttermilk
Collage Cheese light. Heavy and Soui Ctejiv
To our many friends & customers of the State of Florida
For the finest quality fresh northern fish
Lake Erie Whitefish Pike Carp Hecht
PLACE YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY ORDER NOW
Last shipping date Tues., April 17You may phone or wire
CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE
425 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
Telephone 2-6875
THE GREATER MIAMI
VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth n 1Q 1 is displayed;
2. And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H.
~ '. "2 as this is the only identification which proves
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet;
3. A slit on the throat of a chicken is not proof that it is
kosher, according to the Jewish Law;
4. Stores which were endorsed previously might not be
endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see if the sign
of the G.M.V.H. is displayedDO NOT TELEPHONE
YOUR ORDERS!
AND ANNOUNCES
That the following poultry markets in the
CITY OF MIAMI
are under supervision and endorsement:
ADLER'S LIVE KOSHER POULTRY MARKET.
1832 S.W. 8th St.
ABE'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 2011 S.W. 8th St.
FIFTH STREET LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 149 N.W. 51h St.
CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St.
FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO.. 230 N.W. 5th St.
KENHOLZ MEAT 8c POULTRY MARKET.
2634 Ponce do Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
(NOTE: Several of the other meat markets did not allow
the Mashgiachs to enter their stores, and they arc selling
chickens without identification, and those markets are not
recognized as Kosher by the Vaad.)
MIAMI BEACH
BERMAN POULTRY. 86 Washington Ave.
GUTTMAN & LAPOF LIVE POULTRY MARKET.
325 Collins Ave.
HERMAN'S MEAT & POULTRY MARKET. 732 6th St.
HOFFMAN'S KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS. 415 Espanola Way
KAPLAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET. 552 Washington Ave.
MALTER'S KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET.
436 Collins Ave.
SiiH LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 320 Collins Ave.
AND ALSO ANNOUNCES
That signs such as "Traditional Dinners." "Jewish Meals,"
"Kosher Style." "Jewish Style." or "Sacramental Wine is
Served," definitely do not assure kashruth.
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our
Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Harry Sirkin. Pres.
H. Sooiin, Secy.
Telephone 5-3595
S. Lobel. Treas.



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f AGS i A • */*/ rkrrt&r FIC.V; -' Ot| EDITORIAL litntfi \(>ir* From Hallimor* —.. •• : : t ntHtrrtd Tributv 77. e :.-/ -_: Soe:er*rr : o kanaa %  : %  • srcpei %  twenty yrs :: his ... e NOBS. %  %  •'^ %  :;-J I ^.1 oi th. NQ 7"-%  :: -; -i Hmatam people ::.-. tLiferec! a a una ie *. *al --:! C/r W "g.C1 Ti "" ~ .:.-;:. -::.: = ;•::.: %  a './' Mr Heu.-=er bv g H ." : %  : condom -rberg lo pay tribal* to BM n For TriHteboau MOM me M %  : OVBW -5 3-:2 there cc -"-is : .75 Public Advised To Contact Rabbis For Przper Passover Procedure '.\ ': r re e -" %  "•: n Syrians Invade Israeli Territory ..-• %  : .:*! %  : / --•--J ------. that UM v % %  r ntJl F. .--.---. a %  aef*': '' %  KmcdoB under -•: Uiree-pc >f Sij ItSoT" These ED t SHOCHET El •-.> jn^ f..., .... LOUIS ARONOVITZ OfTICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1 1 41— 2-8212 %  Passover Reservations %  %  ... fl nt mana* -• the V^IZMANN PAINTING JOINS TRAVELING PUBLIC SCHOOL EXHIBIT Vohltnc 24 Number 15 NISA.V 7, 5711 FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951 Seif To Conduct Rites reat:r,n on Apnl 20 and 2 1 m the synagogue tOCttl hall | Dr. Chain, W.i, ma J; pr ^3 ">U porrrai, of Maximilian Mots. President M1 L 0f lw ** t0 t'on of New York Cit?ai r!. B 3rd Ed "" w-th the formal openlnj 0 tof^S S conn ^io„ Iel: Rebirth o7 o £\* ueat n^ •xhibit Council, an affiliate of the Jewish Education Corn i"ee of New York, the .xhibil cor.sists cf gW"" hundred items of sculpture, painting, ceramics, an metalwork. graphic arts, filigree jewelry and £• tographs and present, a birdVe r e iew %  Jg 3 On the extrem. right U Judah Lapson. director the Hebrew Culture Council, and on the W* Mr^ Bert Goldstein, nation^ president of ftow* women and chairman of the ExhibU CoIl> u,, ^ t



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PAGE 2 A *Jfcw/sf fr FRIDAY I'll Say. Tin:.' comes a time in every greal cultun v tic i nd the esoteric obtain a powi Jewish learning, this experience e n Spi i eacl %  • % %  J( p ophy thai stale. Maybi the atmosphere of a land n mon Lull, s. n Ju in d : i. %  i !. and Santa Thei I Ji wish Cabbal roots lay bu %  %  : i I %  I caves of Galil Si i m lor) writ d b> M < hreati %  the 24 umes oi li • Talmud. To some f nal [ s pai with the Torah itself. Future Existence Mi n have always been lured by had lived in former existences. Il ntly thai I they will con dea furnish comfortii ssurance H Nor is this theoi y in c ml ish thinking. The concept of a burn henna) and a blissful paradise picked up from the Magi in Persia I lier. But in Spam the Gilgul (i soul I was i laborati d and gn i Ji x % %  rati :. Am ent Ind elievi I I I abil temj ihat 1 • earthly •i ethos. Bu • C Diel n : Ihi I Q %  : T ex] od theo E %  %  ; | the power ot e\ J the ques m i the i nations I it the : Ived E S S %  [ G B> %  I ll %  I %  %  | %  utiful. the ai Vet I the e' S In its s %  i 1 t The Mysteries Of The Cabbala By HARRY SIMONHOFF the past e^rnWtSV '•**. I up in its contact with has the pasl eternity oi the En S • I ility, It is indestructibli • c f mur e nfluenced by th ,'. (ha ng es impared to a bubble floatii l! can Sea. It reflects tl >f he : in narj ""cape m • •-. n 'ounding ters 1 a 0 logy Cabbal in theii I •: • ills i • dreaming u oned the Heavenly :.T, rfeaba I. d< scribed in detail E li : lest thi | name of Jehovah, the Shem li letter DAY WORKERS S5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT Youth Groups Hold Inter-Faith Program the Angelic II the unity, harmony, and movement tial sphere They beheld Sand heaven changing tl "ft %  ill : the hearts of men inl lha j purple II iwers, and trembled to Vi (el ol Death with his'thousand •' e nd the Torah. Thev sj S Mazzaloth raining thru inf] nen, tnd of former universi • ount of theii imperfections rh %  • ulets of the Angel R King Sol %  tsof the field A i .:. who ih [the I ni nd \l %  in h I I • clings to pure souls :or theii I invisible den issail the living pture their souls. Tl disco* %  •. igh the numeric il \ lently feared u i convert %  icpel, or to desl > 27 N.E. 1st Ave. No Ch.ii Ph. 9-3607 rciployer JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Beth David Youngsters To Hold Model Seder S ler of Beth David lioolwill be held April 10:30 a.m. under the di: Jerome S. Gordon, edmal director. Services will be conducted by Melvin Bialeck, Daniel Kan Marilyn Kutnick, Allan Laufer, Dorothy and Sandra Schreidell, Roselle Segal, Reva Shapiro. Jerry Shevin and Adele Siegel Mrs. L. J. Hartz and her committee will serve Passover refreshments to the children, Open Collection Store Pioneer Women Club No. Two oi Miami Beach have opened a I %  al 432 Espanola Way i ir tion of new and old shipped to I n announcement by : I. na Mintzes, president. pen daily, exci th, from II a.in I ; p.m. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-S419 Entrance on Washington ATI OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Mezzanine Floor 1 • oeop!e a one progi ed by locrti v last Tuesd To Compliment Your : I .,.5 -1 1 • I t t I • Add to your Holiday Festivities Hand Made Miniature Chocolates For Passover -KM:..i. und f supervisiot Rabbi Lib C • (up JJappuwss §iuips W are Featuring an Unusual Selection of Passover <><< ing Caril* Shop Early While Our Stock Is Complete 140 Seybold Arcade 42 N.E. 1st Street BCiing the < xhibit of cercof tha highlights of ihe inter-faith outh groins at the White Temple :. %  %  jl tl i p r it tanl I %  I the humai • %  Brit Y %  %  n Our N s the C i thOrgai -i 3 %  Jewish Funeral Services... ully, we ved Jewish I many yi i; v rently, and with knowL ... standing ol i i '•'•< %  i nduct i ach funeral in eon: • aditions. Surrounded by an atmosphere of dignity and peace, each funeral conducted in our two complete funeral chapels is correct in every particular. COULTON BROS. GARAGE Upholstery and Seat Covers p CP and Dtflwr, Wracker Sarv.c. 8<0 B.W. 8th Street Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue M, mi Rparh Phone 5-3595 Memorial Chapel Two ( ONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami W il Flagler &: 20tl. Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach M l-'io Washington. Ave.. Phone 5-7777 ^ 3 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE "j 1 W tU r NEWMAN, Funeral Director ABE EISENBERC.Tr*. IN NEW YORK 76th Street and AaMttim **^1 BROOKLYN BRONX



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JAY, APRIL 13, 1951 •Jen 1st fhridfiar LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 15 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iVIi FOR DADE COUNTY, it I DA. — IN PROBATE, No. KSTATE OP •HiiNY MASSA, %  mil All Persona l lav. IIIH or I ii manda Against Sa Id and each of you, are hereby required t'> presenl any demands which you, or ., may have aKainsI the VNTHONY .\l.\ss.\. deol I mde Count} Florida. il. II. W. !•'. Blanton, County i Mil, County, and (lie the office In the County In l Milr County, Florida, %  calendar months from • he first publlcal Ion hereof. ..i demands to contain ddress of the clalmanl and to and presented as same w ill be barred, See of the 1988 Probate Act. March 16th, AD. 1851. MARIE MASSA. • utrlx "f the Last Will and %  n ..i ANTHONY MASSA, i ,i. I. IIEIMAN & KAPLAN Bldg., Miami, Pla. for Executrix i 6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION UK CIRCUIT COURT OF TDK CVKXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT %  •l.oRIDA, IN AND Ft 'I! DADE N IV IN CHANCERY, No. ...VKR GROSS, Plaintiff, vs. i'll I f!R< >SS, Defendant. SUIT FOB DIVORCE win GROSS Walton Avenue \.w Fork hereby notified that a ilalnt for Divorce has boon • you, and you arc re.:•.,' a copy of vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint on • Attrney, A. J. KAPLAN, i Lincoln Road, Miami Beai h, file tMi 1 original Answer In tiii office <>f the Clerk li Court mi or before the May. 1951. If you fall to do • bj default will in 1 taken t y,u for the relief demanded Hill ,,•' Complaint. i Khali be published once .. k i,,r four consecutive weeks Ii -h Floridlan, : AND ORDERED at Miami. %  da of Vprll, A.D, 1951. R LEATHERMAN, Clerk. h: • "in i. I lade Counts Florida, \> Seal) By It. II. RICE, .IR.. Deputy Clerk. KAPLAN, Esq. [toad Florida Plaintiff NOTICE TO CREDITORS i: itil'NTI JUDGE'S COURT WD FOR DADE COUNTY, tlDA. IN I'Ki iBATE, No. vTE OF rnw RRAUNSTEIN, also ; BRAUNSTEIN, %  lit All Persona Havi', mands Against Said %  I %  .!• h of you, arc hereby r engage In inder the fictitious name of cleaners and Laundry Stores Drive, Miami Springs, Int< r said name with the I the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. RICHARD WEI88LER SAMUEL GREENE l 8-18 ATTENTION I ATTORNEYS! I The Jewish Floridlan solicits your legal notices. I We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th I the undersigned, Tie• ir.„"" ,''" %  "" "" i le Home I lelii in -...., at 59,"is N v :" d ; XWI : 1 M I Intends to >'-''.• %  siild name with the Clerk of Mnrld;!!' 0 "" CoU M %  "•"'' Ida I 8-18 20 27 DAVID KLEIN. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deslrii to engage in .-me o" mul> Tile Mfg. i o, a 163rd St and "' B"Ule, 1 •'. %  ',' >'• lorlda, Intends to reaister said name with the Clerk of t '"" Court of D c iunty, Florida SAMUEL RL-B I JN YM NDBROBLY ^iii:,!;", ; lj l ji ** Miami Beach a 23 30 I 8-13 IN NOTICE TO CREDITORS .THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl RT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY .•I.OKIHA. IN PROBATE, No! .i, i In Re: ESTATE OP LOUIS ROSENBLATT, I It || CISCI. To All Creditors and All Persons Having i laims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each ( .f y„u, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou, or cither of you. may have against the estate of LOUI8 ROSENBLATT, deceased late of Dade County, Florida to the Hon. \\\ p. BLANTON, t'ountv Judge of Hade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dndn Count v, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of thiclaimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same wm be barred, See Set ti. n 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Hated March 21, A.D 1951 MILTON LUROS ESTELLE HEILMAN As Co-Executor of the Last Will and Testament of LOCIS ROSENBLATT, >ased, MYERS, HBIMAN .-.KAPLAN Attorneys for Executors :; 23-30 4 6-13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — JN 1'RoISATK, No. 25696. hi Re: ESTATE I IP ALEX JAY ROSE, I a at ii To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, arc hereby %  i and required '" present any claims and demands which you, or cith.-r of you, may have against the estate of Alex Jay Rose, deceased, late of Miami, Dade County, Florida, to Die Hon. \V. K. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the Claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Hate March Kith. A.D, 1951. BERTHA l. ROSE, As Administratrix of the Estate of Alex Ja\ Rose, Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Pla., Attorney for Administratrix 3/23-30 4/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH ,11'IHCIAI. cil'.criT i IP FLIIRI1 'A IN AND Fl IR I IA1 IE d >l*NTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 139677. LESLIE MANX. Plaintiff, VS. ELIZABETH MANN, a.k.a. ELIZABETH WEISMAN, Defendant. Tt I: Elisabi ; h Mann Residence Address Unknown SUIT F( >R DIVORCE You Elisabi i ii Mann, are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, ami you anrequired to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Harrj A. Gordon, s at 4i' Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, i nd file the oi inal Answer or Pleading In the office .,f the Clerk ,,f the Circuit Court on or before the 20th da) of Apt II, 1951. If you fall to du BO, Judgment by default will be taken against you for tierelief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each wc.k for four consecutive wcks in The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21St day Of Much, A.D. B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court s.ali _.__ ,„ By it. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk HARRY A. GORDON Suite 264 al 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Pla. 3/23-30 4/6-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARRYS MARKET at 6H N.W. 14th Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk 01 ih,. Circuit Court of Dade County, Worlda NATHAN M. ORADMAN HUTNER ,\ HUTNER Attorneys for Harry's Market 80-27 LEGAL NOTICE IV T^. 0TICE BV PUBLICATION c.TrV-Vv-';'.' 1 1 1 !" URT OF THE -.I.M.N.II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'II LiiRIDA, |N AND FOR DADE r ;,;L >•!•.IN CHANCERY, No. w J.f.v&.5! R SE. Plaintiff, vs. I A.\.\i.\,; ,ROSE, Defi idant. 81IT FOR DlVtlR I" PANNING C. ROSE 2. Lenox -• %  N .1. You are hereby notified that a ,'•'" • %  '., Int i has %  l v are youi Pleading ... the BUI of 's At I %  ; ••• >' 1 tham. Abdo & ,'"".", %  Ingraham B u ..-. Miami, nal Answer or id. the Cli of the Clrc ill Court %  of April, 113], II you f.iil ;•' %  ", -" Judgment b; default will ti • n against you for the relief demand! fl the BUI ol C r hl" I.'-c shall I i ,„„... """'.,'.," %  Floi Idlnn DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. •Jortda, this 26 .1 ij of March, A.D. K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ( ireuil Court, Dad,County, Florida, (Circuit Courl Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, 3/30 4/6-18-20 "'"" ,V Clc, k NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ANNE PHILLIPS at 858 Northwest 78th Street., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANNE STEIN MARK SILVER8TEIN Attorney for Applicant 12" Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Pla. 1/30 4 6-18-20 as EVE VLADINOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 13974S EVA IH iKAK. also known Hi H'.AK. Plaintiff. vs. HAIR IK iRAK. Defendant To: VLADIMAIR HORAK c ,, Slska, 11 s East 70th Street, New York 21, New York. You are required to serve n copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original nswi r In the office of the Clerk of i cull Co m "ii or before the 23 day of April, A.D. 1951: otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will !>, %  taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 23 day ol March, 1951. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. \v. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla. :: 30 I 6-13-20 NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE MTU JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 139539. HARoLD IV SPAET, Trustee. Plaintiff, vs. HELENE SWIPT, no! known to he dead or alive. Tin; UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES, CREDITORS, OR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST HELENE SWIFT, AND HER UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR ALL PERSONS HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IN THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS: l.i IT lfl, IN BLI ICK 26, I >F COR \L GABLES, SECTION "E", ACCORDING Tl i THE PLAT THEREOP, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK v \T P VOE 86, i IF Til i: PUBLU RECORDS OP DADE COUNTY", Il.( iRIl 'A. I i. f.-ndaiils TO THE DEPENDANTS ABOVE NAMED: TOU, AND BACH OP YOU hereby notified that n bill of complaint hat i" • n brought against you |>\ ll VROLD B, SPAET, Trustee, the ff, t,, quiet the title of the fl id to remove certain el,aids from th,title to the property hereinafter described, and you are required v, a copy "f your answer or g t,, the bill of complain) on the plaintiff's attorneys, Nathanson, Oka & G Lincoln Road, Miami Beai ii. Florida, and file the oi nsn • or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida on or in-fore the I6th day of April, 1951. If you fail to do so the allegations of the bill of complain! will he taken as confessed by you. The property involved in this cause is In Dad,('..iiiity, Florida, anil is more particularly described aa follows: Lot 19, in Block 26. of Coral Cables. Section "E", according to tse plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 8, at Cage 86, of the Public Records of l lade County, Floi Ida, DATED this it", day of March, 1951. E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Courl Seal) Bj WM, W. STOCKING, uty Clerk, NATHANSON. OKA A SPAET Solicitors for the Plaintiff :: 28 10 i 6-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRiCIT !•( il I;T OP TDK "'I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, Ca e N 139874, SYLVIA ROSS LISSES, Plaintiff, vs. HARI il.l i I 1SSES 11, i, TO: HAROLD LISSES, 1383 i rest i.:,:<, ,\i mor, Wan'_ii:h. Long Island, New y.. 1 i are i equli ed to i vi of your answi r to the bill of for divorce on ; %  '. :fatld W %  S Ih v 22nd Avenue. Miami, Floi Ida. and file the original In thi %  Com i Clerk on or bef April 30, 1951. Dated ii:. M v.-l, :':,t|, E. B LEATHERMAN, ciei k Clrcull Ci urt i( n.mi t-., Bj WM, \Y. STOCKING 20-27 lty C,erk NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till: ELEVENTH .11" IAL CIRCUIT "I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR |>ADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. SHEILA COHEN, Plaintiff, vs. EUGENE COHEN, Defendant. To: EUGENE COHEN, ",IL' Powell Street. Brooklyn, NewYork You are i equii ed to serve a copy of your an.-w.-r t,, the Bill ,,f Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the w day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will i„taken as confessed by you Dai.,i at Miami, Florida, this the 29 day of March. 1951, E. Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Clrcull Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court s.-.-ii) By: WM. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Pla, 4/8-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t., engage in business under the fictitloua name of East i lorlda Sales at 1.170 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ,,f 1 lade d.iinlv, Florida. '" & B, Inc. FREDRIC R. Ri ISEN Attorney for C & B, Inc. 1521 Pan American Rank Bldg. •I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgm d, desli Ing to eni business under the fictitious name ,.f Dean's Men's and Boys' Wi ai tt 6< 11 S.W. Bth St., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LE! INARD BERNSTEIN, s,,le Owner MYERS. HKIMAN AND KAPLAN Attorn.-ys for Applicant 650 Seybold Bldg. i 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KID'S AMOCO SERVICE at 2'1"2 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Dade County. Florida, intends to registi r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade Countv. Florida. CHARLES s BURLEIGH JOSEPH II GANZ Attorney for ('harli a s. Burlelgh I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE i 'IRCUIT I "i il III" I IF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i '1 l-T.i IRIDA IN AND Fl IR IIADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, I3K.1 ROSE ESSEN, Plaintiff, vs. HERKER I" ESSKN, Defendant. TO: HERBERT ESSEN 307 W. s" 93rd sir. i-t N.wYork. NewYork You are hereby notified that a Bill %  if i 'omplaini for I llvorce has !>• n filed agilnal you and you arc I r< quired to serve n copy .a' yo ir answer thereto on plaintiff's nttorney, MARX M, PA HER, 112 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original In the offli f the Clerk ,,f th,circuit Court on or before Ih da) of April, 1 :•.. I. otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against Dated at Miami, Florida, this 26th day of March. 1951. K. B. LEATHERMAN, i 'hi k. i 'ircuit Cout t. (Circuit Court S.-ali By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy clerk, 3/30 4 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th it th,undersigned, desiring to under the fictitious name of Sunshine Clt) T nsfi II at Mm N.E, l-i Air, Miami. 1st, said name wits the i Of I lie I 'i. CUlt I "OUI I of I 1.1,1. I Ida. CHARLES s ITTENS1 EIN, Hole 'v. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl iTH'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN :,: %  : Ile .,!•-. %  el the fict iiioiis n.11 11 \ it 7730 Tatum H waj : 'rive, Ml iml Hi ach I' tend to register said nami thi Cli cull < '••HI i ol Florida, JACOB FREIDUH I CLAIRE FRE1DI I 6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TDK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE i "i H'NTY. 139978, RFC IN A K. LOUIS R I'' LOUIS — IN CHANCERY, N ISAACS. I'laintlff. vs.. ISAACS, Defendant. It. ISAACS, 36 Montgomery Btreet, Bl OOkl) n. New York. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a Copy of your answer to the b complaint on the plaintiffs atto toys, De Costas, Maer and Floyd file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I.-fore tin4th day of May, 1951, In the above entitled action for divorce, othei w Ise a decree pro confesso wi l bo entered against \<>u Dated this :n I dav of April, 1951. B. B. LEATHERMAN. i 'lerk of the Circuit Co (Circuit Court S'.-all By M. C. PEIGE Deputy • DE COSTAS, MAER & FLOYD, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 606-8 Biscayne Building, Miami ::_'. Florida. %  I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE i "IRCUIT i i IURT i IP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Will: FADE I'ufXTV, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No. 1 10133, ANN LUCARELL1 ELKITZ, Plaintiff, vs. ISADOR ELKITZ, Defendanl TO ISADOR ELKITZ, tones 2042 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa You at,required to set ve a py of M.IC Answi r to the BUI of I plaint upon the plaintiffs atl MORTON lu PTHENBERG. 120 LI R I, Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original in the off the ( of 11-,,i 'Ircuit '"' iurl on or i i f in Ma) '.'. 1951; otherwise, said BUI b taken ,is confessed by you. Dated this % day of April, A.D. 1951, i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit I • i "ourt Seal) By R. ll. RICE, .II: Deputs t 13-20-27 :. i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FDR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 139527, WILLIAM If. HARROW, Plaintiff, vs. ALICE JENNINGS DARRuW, Defendant. YOU, ALICE JENNINGS DARROW, New York, New York, are required to serve a cops of >oui answer to the bill of complaint for divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, David w. Wa 607 Bisca) ne Building, Mlai I Flo and file the original in the off the cieik of the Circuit Court o before the 16 day of April, 1951, v. Ise a ,i. ere, pro i onfesso w against you. I 'at, d this 15 day of March, I E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of th,Circuit C (Circuit Courl Seal) B) WM. W. STOCKING, lty i'lerk. SEITLIN & COMPANY V. PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 1ft N. C. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32 rt. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of \,-i: DISCOUNT en. at 959 Wesl Flagler Stn t, Miami, Fla.. Intend to registi HI' with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I'HILII' ETTINGER LOUIS BAST! IN Part nets MYERS. HBIMAN A. KAPLAN Attorneys Seybold Building 3/30 4/6-13-20 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24036, In Re: ESTATE OP JACOB BELSKY, 11. ceased. To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: Vou. an,i each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of VOU, may have against the estate of JACOB BELSKY. deci late of Miami Beach, Dade County, la, to lieiIon. W, F Blanton, County Judge of bade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dad,County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to cntain th.legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred, See Section 120 of the 1988 Probate Act. Hate April 2. A.D. Ri-.l. SI ILOMI i.N CRAMER, Administrator De Bonia Nun of the Estate of Jacob Helsky. Decensed. PALLOT, SILVER, TATHAM, ABDO & MULLOY Attorneys for Estate of Jacob Belsky, deceased, 4/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY given I the uii,i, reigned, di siring to eng bush i KB tinder the fict ll loua na n f KENT LUGGAGE at number 33 N E. 2nd Avenue in the City of Ml • l lorlda, intend to register the name with the Clerk of the Cli Court of Dade County, Florida, HYMAN FRIED PAULINE FRIED 3/30 4 '6-13.20 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, I'M IRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. I 10086. ESTHER COHEN, Plaintiff. \ JAt '< IB A ri IHEN, Defendant. SPIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JACOB A COHEN, 107 Division Avenue. Brookl) n. New York, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED liiii a BUI of Complaint for Dlvorci been filed against you, and you required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, Myers, Heiman A Kaplan, 650 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer ,,r Pli In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before the 7th day of May, 1951. If you fail to do so judgment by default will be against you for the relief demanded in the pili of Complaint. This notice shall be published each week foi four consecutive \ in The l,w lh Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED al S Florida, this 6th day of April. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Si al) By WM. w. MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN. ESQS.. Attorneys for Plaintiff, 650 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida. 4,13-20-27 5/4 STt icKIN':. Deputy i



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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951 vJewisfi Fhrldian PAGE 7 A Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer announce th* birth of a jctughter, Wednesday morning, April 11, at Mount Sinai hospital. Mr. and Mr=. Jack Mintzer have moved into their new home I 6440 N. Bay Read, Miami -Beach. Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer will hold a Charm' is at their new home, 1945 S.W. 13th St., on Sunday, 15, from 2 to 5 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. Julius S. Sperlinq, 1915 South Miami Ave.. anounce the birth of a son, Jerry Alan, on March 20 at St. rancis Hospital. The bris was held March 28 at the hospital, andek was the baby's maternal arandfather, Harry L. Zalph; odparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenberg; and mohel, Rabbi M. Machtei. The Sperlings are also the parents of a son, tephen Michael. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Levine of Boston and Brookline, Mass., • e spending the weekend with his brother and sister-in-law, lr. and Mrs. J. L. Levine of 3670 SW. 24th Terr. The latter are ormer residents of Brooklyn, N. Y. %  House guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Finkelitein, 3291 S.W. 18th St., are Mr. Finkelstein's mother and father ster, Nance. The bris of Peter Wetheim. son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray ertheim, 1318 Taylor St., Hollywood, Fla., was held Tuesday, wil 3. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated. Guests at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, include id Mrs. Sam Tucker cf Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Tucker is the of Richard Tucker, Metropolitan Opera star. %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan, 1258 Marseilles Drive, Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Mona Shelley, n Thursday, April 5. The Selevans are also the parents of a cuc;hter, Linda Debra. Among winter vacationers at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, is Morris Kaiser of Brooklyn, N. Y., who is the father of Henry Kaiser, Assistant Secretary of State. Also a guest at the Strcth-Haven is long time Miamian, Louis Green, who is active in local religious circles. On Tuesday, April 3, Rabbi Philip Fried performed the bris ol Berl Covetti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Covetti of Hollywood, Fla. Amonq guests was the baby's grandmother, Mrs. e Boxman of Miami Beach and Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Lyons entertained with a dinner on April 7 a'. San Juan Restaurant in honor of the birthday of Miss Sarah Ros nhause, sister of Mrs. Lyons. „__^_ Kclith Hard Plights Troth To New Yorker ithal of Miss %  '. %  th to Norman 11. Blum, s n ol Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blum, Bronx, N. Y.. has been '• by her pai nts Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. 6924 Bay Drive, Miami -,..., led r mated : .; Beach Hig S and attended Walsh School ol Business Science. Mr, Blym was graduated from the Univerity of Miami and is working for his master's di gree in economics at New York University. No date his been set for the wedding. ^^^_ ROOM FOR WORKING COUPLE $45 Yearly in S. W. Cheerful Atmosphere 87-9826 Levines At Home After State Trip Cohens At Home In Columbus, Ohio Mr, and Mrs. Mitchell D C i Following p wedding trip, through Fit rida, Mr. an I M Daniel L at .V. T %  • %  April 15. rh( i i] I 4 at 1 p i : %  %  P eption at L : G K tz, 1188 S W D, C. %  Shirley C r Mrs. clid %  B Mrs, I' i I He ii jraduatc of Ohio State Ui iversity and is an attorney in Columbus. Miss Rose Rice served as ma I of In.nor. Morton Spolter, the bride's brother, was best man. For the ceremony the chose an ankle length flress if mauve marquisette with a CO -• age of baby orchids and wh t i accessories. Bertha Snicker Bertha Brucker Seleels .lime 17 S l" • ng : s lertha Brucker, e enLi | i Davi i Adler, s in ol md Mrs. Benjamin -Adler, s mi h Miami, h : by her parents, Mr. and ;• n BruckeV, 351 Euclid Ave., Miam The bride-elect attended schools in Philadelphia and isl now i mployed by the Florida s i Employment Service. Mr. Adler is a graduate of Redhank High Schooi. Redbank, N. J. A veteran of World War II, he served with the Army MediI cal Corns as a technician in the Pacific Theatre and attended the Army Medical Technicians School in Denver. Colo., for two years. Hi i owner of Adler's 11 y Mai %  !', th are members of Mi iMian Beach Yi Zionist Dii Bru c irri sunit. Springtime Houseparty Will Aid Israel Youth Hadi -ih's "Springtime ai iv" will be ht Id Sun 15 at 8:30 at 120 N.W. 44th Ave. till be d. to re, %  i di d Don Shrai D R 'in R R iss and Harvey Rel.. p ici eds will go to Jun lassah's main project. Meier feyah, children's village in Palestine. Entertainment C tee includes Chairman Ann Altenhouse, Rita Ross. Lillian Rothman. Shirlev Friedman. Doris Rabinowitz and Mickey Einhorn. M rs. i'ir % %  /.. vine Mr. Li vine's parents are Mr, and Mrs. Isadore Levini Miami itici ii '. N. Y. Given in father, the bi ttended bj M Saul S. A and dim d. Tlie foi m< r Miss Katz uated tron High s and studied musii al the UniM i ni. Hei husband is graduate ol the University of .! ; Law School and a ber of T IU Epsilon Phi Era) For Passover Ducks Geese Chickens Turkeys at Greatly Reduced Prices Shochei on Premises Tues., Wed & Thurs. Mornings GUiLFORD'S POULTRY CO, 1C1 N. W. 8th St., Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 We Will Appreciate Your Patronage! ROKEACH BORSCHT Make your Holiday meals tempting .. wholesome! Serve ROKEACH BORSCHT. Also use all other ROKEACH PASSOVER PRODUCTS ...Kosher and Parve, of course—they're ROKEACH! ROKEACH HONEY ROKEACH NYAFAT ROKEACH PEANUT OIL Distributed by PALM DISTBIBUTOBS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 Mealtime is happy! Babijthrtos! *tim MIAMI HEBREW BOOK STORE 751 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Passover Greetings Rabbis Congregations Hotels £ %  %  %  ?* %  PLACE YOUR HOLIDAY ORDERS NOW Haggadahs in all Sizes-Passover Trays & Artworks from Israel Phone 58-6942 Owner: Rabbi N. Lipschitz W^KOSHEtt CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 38-2303 or 58-4891 (Evenings) Under CcmpUu Subervirfo* of Great* Miami Vaad H*htfc The finer flavor of Beech-Nut Foods makes eating a big pleasure for Baby! Docs your heart good to see how Baby enjoys Beech-Nut Foods. Their finer flavor makes mealtimes happy for both Baby ami you when doctor recommends solids. Beech-Nut | Babies love them...thrive on theml Beech-Nut FOODS BABIES 23^ .!.'/,'. ./.-.Yi..Ivertif i ing /i.r.r b.in UCtpUd h the ( %  Nutrition tl lit American MI al A



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IAY. APRIL 13. 1951 *Jmisti ncridHctr [aiiiifsietiircMl Fresh Daily IN MIAMI PAGE 15 A lUR M0 '"' nailt' **afe~ DAIRY PRODUCTS Ko4fi£A> $ak 9xuoueA and yeak abound %  w T*MM N -UTK nos? ntrs UMIEIl Sliri-ISUSIfi\ IIF At AH Better Stores RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth < 4 i %  %  *. At All II<*tt