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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 24NUMBER 16
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1951
PRICE: FIFTY CENTS
impaign Total
Its $1,115,000
|ith four groups of campaign-
still engaged in clean-up
Mties, Samuel Friedland,
rman of the 1951 Combined
h Appeal, announced that
pledges have been turned
[date, for a total of $1,115,000.
f.iur groups canvassing
city include a committee,
ltd by Stanley C. Myers,'
I nriling pledges of $200 ,
pore; a special unit, under
co-chairmanship of Aaron,
icr and Fred K. Shochct,!
nt cards between $100
| divisions of the trades
a campaign committee
being organized by Fried-
The last group will be
posed of workers who pledge
fntinue campaigning until the
of $1,470,570 is attained.
tiO volunteers have already
ed this unit.
forking with Kanner and
phet are R. Williams Apte,
j.imin Bernheim. Ben Clein,
ag Cypen, Milton Friedman,
Irice Grossman, Leonard
Ish, William Kneaple'r, Max
Idelsohn, Mrs. Benjamin Mil-
|I. L. Mintzer, Henry Nadel-
l, Irving Saal, Harry Sirkin,
Jon Sirkin, Meyer Taigman,
and Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer.
barking the still active physi-
fs unii are Drs. Murray Reck-
Sul Selevan and David
h. Leaders of the attorneys
Its are Irving Cypen and Jack
[Abbott, while Joe Postal and
irice Orovitz are heading the
ling trades group.
It a Federation executive com-
Ree meeting last week, local
Incies were urged to confine
ii xpenditures to last year's
Jgets and were warned that
ninnies received from Federa-
k must be spent for the pur-
|i' for which they are ear-
Irked on the budgets.
His Big Moment-The Four Questions JffLSSlfS?
)senwald Reelected
pHICAGO, (JTA)The Amer-
Council for Judaism con-
taded its three-day conference
Ire Monday night reelecting
psing J. Rosenwald president
the organization and adopting
[resolution urging the Union of
r.erican Hebrew Congregations
(id all rabbinical and lay leaders
take concerted measures to
Sminate Jewish nattionalist doc-
8r.es from religious school text-
boks and religious instruction.
Federation Left
"Sizable Estate"
Word has been received from
Attorney Irving Harold Propper
that a "sizable estate" has been
bequeathed to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation by the late
Clara Schonhaut, it was an-
nounced this week by William D.
Singer, president.
Provisions of the will include
bequests to a home for the aged
in Israel, as well as several
charitable institutions in New
York City. The major portion of
the estate, however, has been left
to Federation for its charitable
activities, it was disclosed.
Propper, executor under the
will, will turn over the residue
of the estate to Federation as
soon as all negotiations are com-
pleted, Singer said.
"It can be anticipated that the
money, exact amount of which
has not yet been ascertained, will
be made available to the 1951
Combined Jewish Appeal," he
added.____________________.
Israel Warships En Route To. U. S.
Golda Myerson Will Speak May 10 At
Beach Auditorium For Bond Drive
Mrs. Golda Myerson, Israel's dynamic Minister of Labor,
will speak in behalf of the State of Israel's 5500,000.000 Inde-
pendence Bond Drive at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium
on Thursday night, May 10.
Mrs. Myerson's appearance will be at a community-wide
rally in commemoration of *-, t and oreeui spokesmen,
raels third independence day ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Cafa_
Every Jewish organization will I jnet as Minister of Labor culmin-
participate in the program hon- | ates a lifetime of service in the
oring Mrs. Mverson and the State Zionist movement. Mrs. Myerson
of Israel.
Admission to the rally will be
restricted to bond purchasers, ac-
cording to the Greater Miami
Committee for Bonds of Israel
Government, which is sponsoring
the city-wide celebration.
An executive committee to be
in charge of the bond selling cam-
paign is now in process of forma-
tion. This committee will select a
campaign chairman and other
campaign officers. Those who
have already accepted member- (
ship on the executive committee Histadruth. Her career of public
include Samuel Friedland, Stan- service has included war-time
left her school teaching position
in Milwaukee to settle in a Kib-
butz (co-operative farm) in Pal-
estine in 1921.
Her first job in this new land
was raising poultry. Three years
later she joined the Solel Boneh
(Histadruth's building and con-
struction cooperative). In 1930
she became director of Aviron
Ltd., the beginning of the Israeli
Air Force formed 20 years ago
by Histadruth. Shortly after, she
was elected as the only woman
of the five member secretariat of
Two I.ra.h warship.. "Haganah" and "Muga* Yehuda. w.U
visit Miami in conjunction with !h. launching of dwLj"tP2
State of Israel Bond Drire. One of them if shown here as it set
out on in goodwill and training Ttait to America. The .hips are
expected to arriva in New York on May L and then will pay
cmulaty C1U at major eastern seaboard citie. to ~ *
the bond sales in those communitie.. Craw, total 200 men ana
officers. (American Jewish Praia Photo)
ley C. Myers, Seymour B. Lieb-
man, Mitchell Wolfson. Sam
Lachman, Joseph Rose, Wm. D.
Singer, Dr. Morris Goodman,
Harry Simonhoff Herbert E.
Scher and Leonard Barr.
The State of Israel $500,000,000
Bond Drive is part of a total $1,-
500,000,000 program for the eco-
nomic development of Israel and
for the absorption of an addi-
tional 600,000 immigrants be-
tween now and the end of 1953.
The three-year plan for Israel's
economic expansion was first pro- |
jected at a conference of Amer- ,
(can Jewish representatives and |
Israel government leaders in.
Jerusalem and was later endorsed I
by the leaders of 45 major na-
tional Jewish organizations at a
National Planning Conference
held in Washington.
Few women have reached such
a position of international fame
| as Mrs. Myerson. Farm werker,
author, diplomat, executive, gov-
ernment leader, school teacher,
mother and crusader for peace
and freedom, Golda Myerson, has
become one of Israel's most elo-
membership on the Palestine
Government Economic Council
and membership in the National
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Complaints Of
Israel, Syria
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
United Nations Security Council
convened here Tuesday to con-
sider Israeli and Syrian com-
plaints arising from the Syrian-
Israeli conflict precipitated by the
invasion of Israeli territory by
Syrian troops and the killing
there of seven Israeli civilian
policemen.
Eight Syrian charges against
Israel will lead off the agenda.
They will be followed hy three
Israeli complaints against Syria.
The principal charges brought by
Syria before the Security Council
are:
1. That Israel violated the Is-
raeli-Syrian armistice agreement
by starting and continuing oper-
ations for draining the Huleh
swamps within the demilitarized
zone against the wishes of Syria,
Arab land owners and against the
advice of United Nations truce
supervisors.
2. That Israeli forces occupied
demilitarized zones in the Israel-
Syrian border and that Israeli
police patrols "deliberately" at-
tacked a Syrian post, in an at-
tempt to occupy the village of
Hamma "where they were re-
pulsed with loss."
The other Syrian charges claim
that Israeli military personnel
fired mortars at Syrian military
positions; that Syrian military
posts and Arab villages were de-
molished by Israeli bombing and
that Israel evacuated Arab in-
habitants by force from the de-
militarized zone.
The Israeli charges are that
I Syria violated the armistice
i agreement by persistent firing at
civilian workers on Israel terri-
tory in the demilitarized zone;
that Syrian armed forces entered
the demilitarized zone in Israel
territory in the Hamma vicinity
and that Syrian troops killed sev-
en Israeli civilian policemen near
Hamma.
Meanwhile, it was officially re-
ported here on Monday afternoon
that Syria today followed Is-
rael's example in accepting the
four points submitted by Col.
Bennet de Ridder, acting United
Nations truce chief, to both par-
ties as a prerequisite for the re-
sumption of normal activities of
the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armis-
tice Commission. Israel accepted
the four points last week. They
are:
1. All military and para-mili-
tary forces of both sides to be
withdrawn from the demilitar-
ized zone; 2. No further fighting
within the zone or across demar-
cation lines; 3. United Nations ob-
servers to be afforded every fa-
cility for carrying out their du-
ties; 4. The responsibility of the
chairman of the Mixed Armistice
Commission to implement the ar-
ticle in the armistice agreement
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Golda Myerson
lllaustein Talks
With Truman
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Ja-
cob Blaustein, president of the
American Jewish Committee,
called on President Truman on
Monday.
Later, he stated that he did not
feel free to give particulars of the
several domestic and foreign mat-
ters which were discussed. He
could say. however, that one of
them had to do with a subject
on which he had reported to the
President upon his return last
September from a second mission
to Israel at the invitation of
Prime Minister Ben Gurionthe
relationship of Israel to the
United States. -


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fjmist flcritfiarr
Bandel To Address American Bar Ass'n
Conference For Traffic Court Judges
City Commissioner Louie
B nd i will ap| a panel
r nexl month on the A
n Bai Ass cial r( nee
irs.
-
i the < ity i omi y
P. Econon i will di-
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141
ridel, who
url judge I
years thai
(l< ction to iho citj i
ginated the
': ic school for im| rig 1 in s
ail sentences
The commissioner, who has
n scon ol judges I >11< w the
once revolutionary plan, will ad-
9s the (onfert n< e on the '
tion vs. punishment" suc<
l.ouhl KlWted
IVS President
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Style Show Will
Highlight Affair
$250,000 Damages
Asked By Rabbi
_FRIDAY, APRn,
51*1
i
A suit for S250.000 was filed
by Rabbi Isaac H.
[ron the pul-
rael C ingrega-
gainst oi i
tion,
mi it charged
i ler.
it action, the
t Met ml; iff ut-
tu and defamatory
stiteme t" about him in con-
ther members of
ition. The Blanderous
rs, forced his
-
The v spiritual lead-
f Al Israel, an Orthodox
ne which he recently or-
zed.

e Biridi-;
He spoke on the same subiect i
Associati t the bef< *'" '
ty of ( Berk-

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Donor Luncheon Planned
be spon-
r Bel
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ish C Sun-
. ell
un his list* net ed to This-
:< suited m I $150,
del will tell how 1 '. .
evolved :
pica! Chapter. B'nai B'rith
''' n. is making preparations
donor luncheon to be held
at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami
I. on May 6.
the luncheon, canasta and
:-: will he played in the
Mrs. Herman Feldman
if the affair.

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Announces Topics

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. t- nd Sun-
5 at 3 p.m., will discuss on
II :.. Fi i iy's pi .gram "The I I
s,e ly 60 per cent f Israel on the Pass-
ither cures over Holiday and Its Traditional
9 per cent, the 99 per cent way Ceremonies." On Sundav he will
lit be the best." discuss "The Democratic Stand
Under the schi ol set up. viola- ~f V* ^- lt>ading Universities bv
rs were sentenced to the police- Student Leaders on Racial Dis-
erated school for three eve- emMtlon."
into, Monday. Tuesday and
Wedneaday. The following"Fndav
vening they returned to'eourt to
examination on what
ice had taught thei
Hook Review Will
Highlight Meeting
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.. Sunday, May
ti. will
Bur stein To Be
Seder Speaker
Dr. Joseph Burstein. director
iTiose who flunked went back '> '"' culture and education de-
3 school, and kept going back Partment ol the Histadrut. will
they passed. speak at the annual third seder

Soldz Ik Leader
Of Iteaeh .m v
I' : Soldz has been
: Miami
333, Jewish Wai
ns,
o
Dan Heller
Edythe D.
com-
\
Ossip, judge ad-
itej Hai
Levin, historian:
Herman Sok i-
low, officer-ol
he-day; Max
at-arms; Saul
Van Samft,
three-year trus-
tee; Dr. Joseph Burns, surgeon
and Dr. Ted Arvin, chaplain.
Executive committeemen are
Max Erdheim, Harry Goldstein.
Frank Gordon. Bernie Koloff,
Dave Matzkin. George Michaels!
D. C. Robinson and Murray
Storch.
Daniel G. Satin was teeMW
installed as exalted ruler ?9
ami Elks Lodge 948. Also recsi
lied at the tiles were T%\
Cornfield, treasurer: HeiW I
Chase, tiler: Donald B. Hi
loyal knight; Robert H. Wetm*
trustee; Hertea C. Scha.k, 3
mg knight; James W. High, cha-l
plain; George K. Roller, jrT|
quire: J. R. Fitzpatrick. trusJ
Roy E. Norcross. secretu.1
Thomas B. Lipe. lecturing knigfcl
Dudley M. Cawthon. trustee; R|
J. Car.ny, chairman of the bojJ
of trustees; Lcuis J. Hamad
justice of subordinate forul
Former Exalted Ruler Jarstl
Dunn and Chelsie Senerchia of-1
ficiated at the ceremony.
Soldz
Frank To Speak
Julius Frank of Miami Beach,
formerly of the mathematics de-
partment of De Witt Clinton
High School in New- York City
will address the Coral Gables
Jewish Center adult classes
Thursday. April 26. at 8 p.m. on
the Poetry of the Bible." He
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LY, APRIL 20, 1951
7/ Sa.y...
|h the resignation of the Ben Gurion Govern-
altcntion is being focused on the coming olec-
Jn Israel. Will Labor continue its ascendancy
new state, which has doubled its population
. three years? This question continues to attract
[pn ad attention.
Jrnany people, Jews or Gentiles, it seems odd
in Israel Labor should play the dominant role.
jverywhere in the Galut. Jews generally engage
Isiness or in the professions. There are, to be
[many Jewish workers; but by and large Jews
State a middle class. To explain this variance,
liui-t go to backgrounds and origins.
cktcard Land
lay it is scarcely possible to recall the state
;lect and deterioration Palestine was in when
Bin set out to rebuild and to colonize. When
jurist drives in a comfortable limousine over
nacadamized roads and rushes through cities,
villages, kibbutzim and moshavim, he cannot
._ how recently the houses, trees, farms, groves,
^ies, hotels, buildings and docks went up. A
tion ago the Chaluzim did not find running
\, paved streets, fish nurseries, public highways,
ones or electricity.
r's Accomplishments
barren soil, the arid wastes, the rocky hills,
not induce capital to come in and change the
into the twentieth century. All the amenities
adern life that we take for granted are due
sweat and blood of men and women, who
ated their lives to the transformation of waste-
I into a modern state in order that the Jewish
|e may take its place among the nations. With
hands and backbreaking toil, these pioneers
Jed stones, constructed roads, drained marshes,
ed trees, drilled for water, banished malaria,
ailed away the boulders choking the soil that
fertile in Biblical days. Capital began to trickle
\\y after the Chaluzim were rendering the land
habitation and development.
Vialuzim
|at manner of men were they? The task was not
for the proletariat who made up the wage
s of Capitalism before organized unions had
labor dignity and security. Starving workers
irope were attracted to the gold coasts of Amer-
Wrica or Australia. But the builders of Palestine
*knisl th.'Ui tr
PAGE 3 A
Mapai: The Dominant Party In Israel
were men and women of broad education, idealists
who abandoned classroom and lecture hall, library
and laboratory, store and office to fashion a new
land of freedom for themselves and their people,
tilled with a socialist fervor to end exploitation,
they attempted to live bv their own toil-in the
promised land of their forefathers. They preached
the new religion of Labor, and abhorred tfe amass-
ing of wealth for private enjoyment. In their at-
tempts to pool their work and resources for com-
munal welfare, they discovered and perfected the
Kibbutz, the purest form of Socialism in action.
Without Kibbutzim it is doubtful whether Medinas
Israel would have emerged.
The Histadrut
Labor continued its leading part in rebuilding
Palestine. It attracted men of large capacities, which
included the murdered Chaim Arlasarof, his protege
Moshe Shertok, now Sharett, and David Ben Gurion,
the first premier and most considerable figure in
Israel. In 1920, its leadership founded the Histadrut,
the General Federation of Labor in Palestine. This
union regulated working hours and instituted mini-
mum wages, innovations unknown at the time in
the backward Near East. But the Histadrut went
further than other labor federations. It engaged
in business enterprises and gradually acquired con-
trol over factories, shops, banks, foundries, hotels,
plants, hospitals, and educational institutions. The
Solel Boneh, the largest building organization in the
land, and the bus transportation system are its sub-
sidiaries. The value of their assets runs into the
millions.
Labor's Leadership
Labor thus has a record of splendid achievements.
It has the best organization and the most capable
leadership in the land. The Histadrut, with 150,000
members, is its most powerful bulwark. It was thus
inevitable that as soon as the State was proclaimed,
the Labor Party would take over. So when the
election came around, it was quite natural for Labor
to win a majority of the seats in the Knesset. The
workers would have been in complete control of
the government had a rift not been gradually de-
veloping. A fragment with strong leanings had broken
away and formed the Mapam. The majority under
the leadership of Ben Gurion rallied under the
banner of Mapai, the Hebrew initials for Mijlegeth
Poalei Eretz Israel.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Coalition
The Mapai representing but 35% of the Knesset
could govern only through a coalition cabinet. One
would think the Mapam would have rushed eagerly
to the support of their fellow workers. But Ben
Gurion had to turn to the religious bloc for assist-
ance, even though there is little affinity with the
Mizrachi or Agudas Israel in religious or economic
views. Under such mismating. the first Cabinet in
Israel hobbled along until the inevitable split came.
Now the country is preparing for its second general
election.
Achievements and Mistakes
The odds were heavy against the Mapai in organ-
izing the government and initiating the foreign,
domestic, diplomatic, and military policies of a new
State. Not commanding a majority, it often
had to yield to the pressure of the religious bloc,
which lost no opportunity to needle its coalition
partner into granting concessions. On the whole,
the Mapai did a splendid job. Its most spectacular
failure, however, was in the field of economics. The
Mapai either blocked or discouraged the inflow of
American capital at a time when the country was in
direst need of hard currency. This blunder helped
to produce austerity, which has brought Israel severe
privations.
Under the most normal conditions, the incoming
of a half million refugees stripped of all belongings,
the boycott by hostile neighbors, and maintaining
an army, navy, and air force to protect the tiny state
against a second invasion that is planned by 40,000,000
surrounding Moslems would make the piloting of the
new ship of state perilous enough. But raising
,'obstacles to prevent well intentioned American Jews
from building badly needed hotels, or creating new
industries was nothing short of downright folly. Nor
is it any argument that the Mapai was concerned
with protecting the new State from exploitation
by foreign plutocrats. Some charge that the Histadrut
was more interested in its own aggrandizement than
in the public welfare.
In the coming election, the main issue will no
doubt revolve around economic policies of Mapai.
It does not necessarily follow that the energetic and
resourceful Ben Gurion will be retired to private life.
But voters will no doubt register their displeasure
of a policy that blocked the entry of much needed
food, material, and dollars at the critical moment
of Israel's rebirth.
:o Centers
uilganiate
nouneement has been made
le merger of two congrega-
| serving the northwest sec-
I Congregation Tfereth Israel
^he Northside Jewish Center,
known as the Tfereth Is-
forthside Jewish Center.
jund for the organization's
if worship, to be erected
forth Miami Ave. and 65th
broken Sunday afternoon
tremonies which attracted a
crowd.
inner president of Tfereth
pi. Mr. Baretz, was given the
t>r of turning the first spade-
of earth. Local dignitaries
representatives from various
rches spoke at the exercises,
lie organization is now con-
ing services at 4316 N.W.
Ave.
Beach Zionist Officers,
Board To Meet Monday
Officers and board of direc-
tors of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District will meet Monday,
April 23, at 8:15 pm at the home
of S. A. Goodman, 8148 Haw-
thorne Avenue, Biscayne Point,
according to Alex Van Straaten,
President.
Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman
of the board of directors, will
preside.
Passover Program Slated
A Passover program will be
presented by the Golda Meyer-
son Club of Pioneer Women at
its next meeting on Wednes-
day, April 25, at 8:15 p.m. at Beth
El Center.
Mrs. Ruth Uliss, cultural chair-
man, is in charge of arrange-
ments.
>erman Breaks Ground
North Shore Center
Councilman Marcy Liberman
honored by being the first to
ik ground for the new North
>re Jewish Center. His high
if $1,100 as a donation to the
[Jding won him this privilege.
lie shovel he ued was then
|ced up for auction and a $500
from B. I. Binder gave him
honor of being the second to
tak ground.
Synagogue pledges were
idled by Councilman Burnett
kh.
Gables Men's Club
Elects New Officers
Henry M. Cain was elected
president of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center Men's Club at
the group's annual meeting held
at the center on Tuesday, April
10.
Other officers elected were
Herman Isis, vice president: Bill
Karo, treasurer; Sam Beckman,
recording secretary; Nat Baron,
corresponding secretary.
Lou Tannen, Alan Bernstein
and Sam Berger were named to
the board of directors to serve
with Lee Elman, Abe Harris. Ted
Goodman, Mike Baskin and Herb
Braun who were held over from
last year. Past President Nat
Winokur is an honorary member
of the board.
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A \eir Delireranve
EDITORIAL
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Once again at this season we celebrate the
deliverance of our ancestors from slavery under
the Pharaohs. Once again we commemorate one
of the great events of Jewish history when our
forefathers set out on that lona journey which
ended with the establishment of the first Jewish
State in Palestine.
Nowhere is the pc: je-old ev-.
and modem history more striking than between
the Exodus from Egypt and the creation ol the
present-day State of Israel. Escaped frcm rr.c
Paraaoahs, homeless Jews have Qocked to the
shores of Israelmore than hall a million since
statehood was achieved cmothei BOC 30C to c
within tht next three years.
Foi these Jews Israel has truly meant de-
liverance. Yet an even greatei and more 8
ficant deliverance !:es ahead: the deliverance of
the Jewish State itseb from dep 1 in-
security and uncertainty. Fc: [arc y stands
on the threshold of economic maturity it is
developing the industry and the agriculture, and
exploiting the resources which will give it true
sei:-su:t:c:ency.
The Key Indication ol Israel s new strength and
independence is the S500,OOO,0OO State of Israel
bond issue which is about to be offered to the
Amen.-;::-, public Israel is demonstrating its readi-
ness to undertake the obligations ol every
sovereign state. Like any rapidly growing nation
like any expanding business concern in fact
Israel is borrowing the capita! which it requires
to enable its economy to keep pace with its
responsibilities. Through the bond issue Israel
will derive the funds to build a nation o: ; 000,300
people and to develop the economic structure
that such a nation requires.
At the same time this strengthened economy
will give Israel that independence which is the
: gilt o: every sovereign state. It will enable the
Jewish State to meet its foreign cbhaations and to
NOW OR NEVER
Before May 31
fulfill its potential role as the key industrial
center for the entire Middle East.
State of Israel bonds constitute an investment
in a rapidly growing land, with vast possibilities
for sound expansion. At the same time, they will
help complete the deliverance of Israel from a
state of dependency to a state of complete self-
reliance. We commend the purchase of these
bonds to all Americans.
I \4'ir Exodus
Once again we are about to ceUw
deliverance of the Jews of ancient timeT^ M
bondage of Pharaoh. Everywhere in th n H
States Jewish families will mark the P ^
festival with glad thanksgivinq. ai,0'l
But there will be no celebration for
100,000 Jewish men, women and children T^l
in Iran, in other Arab lands and in Eastern I
They are waiting for deliverance (hernse!"0*'
deliverance from poverty, sickness n- *^
and fear. "
These people exist in the shadow of the coW
dar, on which is circled a dread dayMc--^
All their thoughts, all their hopes are kLU
on that date. Before May 31st they must'be.
on the road to Israel. If they don't leave bv ft!
they are doomed to life in a twilight, L j
uncertainty, danger and terror.
These are the unwanted ones in the land wW
they were born, the Jews whose only fault by
they are Jews. They are the victims' cf suspoj
and hate, some already deprived of ci:ize:-'-l
most with no way of earning a decent liveuhoSI
all fearful of what temorrow may bring.
Help for the Jews of Iraqand of Iran, Kurdl
tan, Afghanistan, and other Moslem countrjjj
must come from the Jews of America. Hel- nl
the Jews of Rumania, Poland and other coiin6l
of Eastern Europe must also come from us. %\
must give as much as we can, and more tajl
evernow. And the way to give is through il
Combined Jewish Appeal. It is still not too a|
to give!
Take Iraq, where the pressure is hecvwl
Seventy thousand Jews must be removed tral
Iraq by May 31st. Their property has bee:*!
questered. They have had to dispose oi tail
meagre possessions and their homes. With rxngl
more than the clothes on their backs, they in
the streets in panic and fear to the capirLI
Baghdad, where they plead for help*for rescm|
This is the new ExodusExodus 1951.
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concerning resumption of normal
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created by the truce supercatl
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function as a government in thl
demilitarized zone or whettel
that area ii t -land dl
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)n Eve of Birthday;
nti-Semite Or Misunderstood?
lystery Of Grant Goes Unsolved
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[An American Jewish Press
Feature)
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant a
anti-Semite, the only one
l<. id such a high Amer-
ilitary postionor was he,
he later insisted as president.
understood man who had
:,d in haste on an alleged Jew-
fli problem under military pres-
One of American history's most
|u/./ling mysteries was raised
Morris, an Illinois congressman,
asking for more information.
Grant wrote to Morris, denying
any anti-Semitism and insist-
ing that Order No. 11 was tneanl
to apply only to the Jt wish mer-
chants involved in the illegal ac-
tivities and not to American Jews
generally.
The order. Grant wrote, "would
never have been issued if it had
_ not been telegraphed at the rao-
ain by the approaching birth- m*nt w,as Penned and without
y of Grant on April 27. I reflection.
there is no mystery about | Historians say it is inconceiv-
eneral order number 11" issued : able that Grant was not aware of
jm the headquarters of the U.S. | the storm the order had created. (
th Army Corps, Department of In fact Washington ordered Grant
nessee, at Oxford, Miss, on to kill it. Yet he permitted it to !
c. 17, 1862, "By Order of Gen- remain in force for two months.'
3] Grant".
The order read:
The Jews as a class, violating
Despite that background, Wolf
wrote years later "Grant did
more in behalf of American citi-
irery regulation of trade estab- ; zens of Jewish faith, at home and
shod by treasury department abroad, than all the presidents
rders, are hereby expelled from prior thereto or since."
department within 24 hours
bon receipt of this order by post
bmmanders."
[when Grant was running for
resident, Simon Wolf, a leading
fcwish statesman and political
|pporter, sought to get the issue
arified.
IWolf subsequently announced
lat Grant had denied ever writ-
jg the order. The denial was
I n Grant's contention that
|ch orders were prepared with
inscription "By Order of Maj.
en. Grant'' and used as needed
subordinates.
; [fending order actually
8>i been signed by a J. A. Raw-
listed as Assistant adjutant
fenc ral.
said that "Grant pre-
rred to take the blame, how-
and suffer in silence."'
rhe occasion for the order was a
I int by General Sherman
(at merchants, including Jewish
lants, were crossing mili-
ry lines and running blockades.
in complained that the
wire a general nuis-
ki that they were aiding
1 Wolfs statement. Gen.
i admitted that he
|i letter, b u t claimed
p : cumstances".
! hi brought a let-
l pt. 14. 1863 from I. H.
Over 300 Passover packages of macaroons, matzos. Pesech candy. Haggadah. the Story of Ptu-
over, and Passover greeting cards were distributed to Jewish veterans and their friends at the Pratt
Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables. Committees from the Jewish Welfare Board. Jewish War Vet-
erans. B'nai B'rith, and Coral Gables Jewish Center went through the wards with Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, Jewish chaplain and Chaplain James A. Boston. Pictured here are Mrs. Tessie Solomon. Dr.
Altermen. Mrs. Rose Horn. Dr. B. Schaaf and Rabbi Skop. who arranged for Passover hospitality
for medical personnel.
freedom House Forum
House will present an-
< its foi urns cm Sun
8:30 p.m. Topic will
5i xperienced People
: Iter Marria fi Pati ntrs?"
the evening will be
n J. Gardner. Miami
i hiatrist.
SMASHING LOW
PRICES ON
FISHING TACKLE
Hardware-Paints-Guns
Ammunition-Appliances
I Stainless LEADER WIRE 23
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TACKLE BOX. Reg. $7.9S._
LEAD SINKERS 1-oz. to 8 ox. $1*9
l*es 1 Lb. 31c_____5 Lbs.
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Strictly Neighbors'
NEWS.
picked up transcript somehow also i" betwi
HOTEL HOPS:
Banner-headline across the largest hunk of news in today's
hotel field is the re-creation of the South Beach area into the
Lummus Park division. The blight of the, "South Beach" name is
to evaporate. A reconstruction-era for that section of the South
has opened, with a blueprint for a "pooled" swimming pool, addi-
tional convention auditorium on the abandoned pier, yacht basin,
and complete mocernixalion.
Last summer. Harry H. Cohen of the New Yorker began
working up many of these details, and with great enthusiasm. Now
the over-all picture is getting filled in by Sam Rivkind. Al Stone
Of the Blackstone. and the whole Miami Beach Hotel Association
. Incidentally. Matty Moldoff. owner of the Atlas, was probably
the first in that area to dig out the pair.I-brushes and tools for hotel
re-decoration. You'd never recogniie his one-time lobby! It's gone
chicwith wall panels, circular seating. moderr.e front desk
and lighting .
PEOPLE:
Back ..... Detrt :1 i pleased, a Raj K< in an H
the Detroit Ne s rti I Exhibit* B
1 .*' I contests. Ray will res)
tthen plow ml .,-" His |
: I resort-town, ^t least
': an ;n Citj C one t to t es work
*!d3 Jacobs u -..-; a gfc t -s to wej
David Starr ot Was ngi Hei pi rtnts i M ....
SUNDAY MORNING SURPRISE: there s another Helen Alpert
round here somewhere, and if shed like to gimme her phone
cumber. Til pass on row ealli kid. We do this all the time, on
col.ege vscations. for Ar.r. Alpert and there s no extra charge
for service. This aftai .s precipitated by a pbOM call from a
Bill who asked rr.e Sunday startting, WlMl did Olsen show
you. Natch. I prompt.y said He!bupoppia He cave a baffled
c.-.cse. We had the w.-.-r.c each ether.
ON TOUR:
* managers at t V. nt T wren
1 rted her last
Barbara Wesson Wed
To Morrie Baron
officiated
. service which
unit* I In Miss B,:
j y Wess i Baron at
the home ol Mr
Baron's grand-
parents, Mr. and
Mrs S J. Spec-
04 Brick-
el] Ave
The bride is
the daughter of
Manuel
>. 2149 S
W 13th Avenue.
T h I bride-
's parents
Mr and Mi s
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1367 S W 19th
Sti I
Miss Fl rici Kotkin was n
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and usher.
Mrs Baron
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-J *t Lf -- ; "' : : frndj dearest wishes
\ at ruppon. for Maunce Grossman Hitting her
:' re-beat this wee* < p. .1-, r.-. *, '
M ana :tt attoraev-hushLTd """ : ?" hves
Mn -,- --<-'-* -eld Stephen
ate-'.';.. v; <" >^ ST*1 NtVK h* m N
coh,r--,1i:,i SSL-SS2 ** .**->
Ms-'--.!-< v ..^-- caoana-ini this week with
THIS YOO OWE YOURSELF:
Greater Miariiar.s who tnj'v r. .^.. .v
find the MtaBM Beach MusV'ai a? ccmauniry will
xceLect force T^ Le*^! v Li*?" **
Freder,ck Neumann assTS. Z.S? 5?g **+ -*<
perfect accomp*-isrs *>-, 7i;_?r V^ R*d-T aad Ihose
Enthusiasts fcTSS "ISTl5S^L^. ^^ Kua*a
resident Dr. and Mrs. MB ""-V.""*0/.0*3 "^ =CW To^ *
nicther from Ba^nL, V-~ h^--"^ K^* ?** R
Snow Manarucca the' Edw^ M^^ftSTlfc*S5: ^^
the Se. Is> Pir,T K^'JS^^ R=^=* ci
new member u je=rj. G ...... >~a-soa A bnac-
2iric final, en L.^-aSSTSt^S iKt2 K *
Mamso ,= astc-nisiir.clv .:ter-e ^a'-CTT.-T." S* J *T R'7
b. s Marv,n BaumeL H:s becthe' lTSS 2" ^^*?%
Crchesira. w~-* P-^-*de.phia
The L.aoAies ger.eral chairs:aa is R-v s-- r^
members are aU the pecc:e you d most S, Tc'be .Tth ""^
Sliolrm I.iiihIhmhi
I'.ili' 4 11.111c' I
Becai : Sholem
B*nai B'rith
ts lum n n Wednesday, Apr:!
25. it has been arm unced by
President Jerome H WemkJe.
n meetings .> ill be re-
I by Sh lent Lodge ^: the
Wednes-
'. ; V.. .
The chanfi in date has been
- in ;-cier I : | ::-
lana which ha?
' success : the
xplained
..... ''. : .berg.
Sarah Stadlan
Visits Brother
Miss Sara Leah Stadlan.
- Mr. and Mrs J Z.
Stadlan 1S3S 3av Road. Miami
;: A-eek '.. 7 Madison,
^;J- will visit her
r Emanuel. a student at
:-e mv sitj : Wist ruin
l Stadlan recently returned
I Israel, where she d:d pio-
neer work in various colonies. At
- the is .-. member of Kib-
burt C m-Kelta one ol the
utposts :.-. the Negee She took
ber Ha.-<.-_.a traunrng a: Cream
R.a^e. N J
While io Madison, she will be
usefuesJ Rabbi M. Ties-
:-. director .: the H:Zel Fouada-
B there, and hia v.'.e and
aaughter. Chase>
c.T; her r.r--~ ^=^- *iss
- brtej nsct i-ii he
aunts the F. .-*-- :-
Betty Weintraub
Affianced To
Donald Traurig
Betrothal of Miss Betty R.
Weintraub to Donald A. Traurig,
l n of the David Traurigs, Water-
bury. Conn was announced by
the bride-elect's mother Mrs.
Alva C Weintraub. 900 S.W. 63rd
Ave at a recent party.
The affair also marked the
thirtieth wedding anniversary of
the prospective bridegroom's
parents.
Born in Miami. Miss Weintraub
was graduated from Miami Edi-
- n High School and Florida
State University. She also attend-
ed the Miami Conservatory of
Music and is now a teacher at the
Children's Hour School in Coco- I
nut Grove. Her father was the
la:e J. B Weintraub.
Her fiance, now serving with
the army. :s stationed in Arling-
ton. Va He received his B. S
degree from the University of
it
Sg^cigaJ
Raffs To Attend
Niece's Wedding
Mr and Mrs. N. Doug Raff and
- r. Martin, of 860 Lakeview
Drive, Miami Beach, left here
April 20 for Chicago to attend
the wedding of the Raffs' niece.
Joan Raff, to Donald Shure of
Cr.icago.
The bride-elect, daughter of
Mrs Harold A. Roth of Chicago
and the late Bertram Raff of
Miami Beach, attended Miami
Beach High School until the
family moved to Chicago. She
then attended Mills College in
Oakland. Cal.. and Northwestern
University m Evanston. 111.
Mr Shure. son of the Sam
Shures of Chicago, is a graduate
of Drake University and is now-
studying law at Lovola Uni-
versity. Chicago.
The ceremony will take place
April 25 at the Blackstone Hotel,
-go.
Dena Low fad^
Dena Lois RadoffJ
Become Mrs. parea
Betrothal : Miss Den,,
Radoff to P'. R.be-Len
ent son of Mi ind Mrs.*
Parent, Newark, H. J. hat)
announced by her pareghl
land Mrs. Abe Radoff ;a
133rd Ave.
Although the engaged a,
lived only three blocks fries.
other in Newark. :hev $.
meet until :- n-.n*
the University f Miami aadl
moved here with her faail
The brie. is p^
frcm Miami High Schoc.
sweetheart l Tau Ipdki
fraternity t.-. ...... -.[ -.;-;;
versity of Miami a.-.d isemp
at the Ml
Her fiance is r. m itatital
Colorado Sr n
he is a me.~-.r- r : the A_-P
Band. H
of Miami ind belonged
Epsilon Phi
Passover Greetings
MARCIE LIBERMAN

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Pullman Accommodations
and Reserved Sects
m De Luxe Coaches
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Y*>mr Homi
NATHAN GINSBURG
Wishes to Thank his many Customers
and Friends for Making the 1951 Season
at the Strath-Haven
A Real Successful One Thanks Again
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SINCERE BEST WISHES
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_ Pesach


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tured t the "Night of Gaiety," sponsored by the Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel Sunay night, are (first row, 1. to r.) Mrs, Esther
in, Mrs. Joseph Zalis. Mrs. Peggy Palmer, Mrs. Harry Einhorn, Mrs. B. Jacob. Harry
ir; (second row) Mrs. Harry Field, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. William
tan. Mrs. Isadora Fine; (third row) Mrs. B. Weiss, Mrs. P. Catsman, Mrs. Joseph Fine and
ry Mollower.
ersonally Speaking
ting their permanent home in Miami are Mr. and Mrs.
h of Chicago. Mr. Guth is a prominent research scientist.
\e residing at the Towers Hotel.
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and Mrs. Joseph Platt celebrated their twenty-fifth
sary quietly at home with their children. Mrs. Platt is
3ting from a broken foot.
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sonq quests at the National Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr.
b. Joseph Jacobs of New York. During their stay they are 1945 with Mr;. Joseph Zalis as
itertained by Mrs. Jacobs' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. first president. Under her leader-
Auxiliary Holds
"Night Of Gaiety"
Credit for much of the success
of the "Night of Gaiety," a fund-
raising event sponsored by the
Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged on Sunday
night at the Grossinger-Pancoast
Hotel, may be given to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Grossinger, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Field and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Mollower, according
to Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub,
president.
The auxiliary was organized in
Herman Gordon of this city.
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and Mrs. Max P. Feld, who have moved into their new
1655 S.W. 19th Terr., announce the birth of a daughter,
iRae, on April 2 at Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables. The
Mr.-- also the parents of another daughter, five-year-old
usan. ____________________________
[th Rehearse Skit For State
HViih Convention Here
irsals are now in progress
["B'nai B'rith Youth-Cap-
Vritten by Trudi Lach as
ai B'rith Youth Organiza-
Ontribution to the program
'Florida State Federation
lion of B'nai B'rith Men
|men, Selma Lewis, BBYO
has announced.
f'Youth-Capades," a musi-
; depicting the work of the
[Order of B'nai B'rith will
fcscnted Sunday morning,
at the Casablanca Hotel,
Ition headquarters. Mem-
H AZA 322, Sigma Rho
>;il Palm have joined with
Iroups ALS, Hillel and 14
TO ALL
)ST HAPPY PASSOVER
^rnard A. Frank
Candidate
LMI BEACH COUNCIL
Paid Political Adv.
and Star and Sharet Young Wom-
en's Chapters to form the chorus,
according to Doris Klein, who is
directing the choral group.
In lead roles are Marcia Jervis,
Myra Haas, Shirley Kassin, Vicky
Cohen, Sandra Mickelberg, Burt
Weiss, Adrian Roth, Joe Lewis
Don Matlin, Don Lichtenstein,
Bobby Seiden, Lorraine Kahlen-
berg, Sylda Botwin, Charlotte
Coddon, Doris Myrow, Lois Gil-
man, Anita Cogen and Sonny
Klein.
There are still openings for the
chorus. Miss Klein announces,
and those interested are asked to
call the BBYO office, 2-0189, any
afternoon from 1-5.
Nominating Committee
Appointed By Zionists
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict held a board meeting and so-
cial at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Barkin recently, where
President Norman R. Lyons ap-
pointed a nominating committee.
Seymour B. Liebman will be
guest speaker at the next meet-
ing to be held April 26 at the
center.
Announcement was also made
of a public card party at the
Israelite Center on April 29.
ship, the group grew from a small
loyal band to a sizable organiza-
tion. With the acquisition of
Douglas Gardens for the home,
the auxiliary is doubling its ef-
forts to provide financial assist-
ance and added comforts for the
individual residents, Mrs. Wein-
traub said. Upon completion of
the present remodeling, it is
hoped that the home will be able
to accommodate 125 aged persons,
she explained.
The guiding light, founder and
honorary president of the parent
organization is Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
pioneer Miami resident, who is
still active in work for the aged.
Her latest endeavor is a sewing
project to make items which will
ultimately be sold at a thrift
shop at the home. Mrs. Cohen
has invited members and friends
to join her in knitting, sewing,
crocheting and weaving for this
project. She revealed that physi-
cally able residents of the home
will also be taught to participate.
Douglas Gardens is located at
150 N.E. 53rd St. and is open
to the public for inspection tours.
IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S
Th.
HELBOItNE
For Perfection In
'ASSOVER SERVICES and DINNERS
APRIL 20, 21
Modern Dignified Conducted in Song and Chant
PROFESSOR SIDNEY J. QREENBERO
of the I'niveraitv of Miami and Temple Beth Sh.ilom
| rst Night S8 for Second Night $16 for the Two Mghts
RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-1271
ON THE OCEAN AT 18th STREET
Masada To Hold
"Matzo Ball"
Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District will hold a "Mat-
zo Ball" on Sunday evening, April
22, in the outdoor patio of the
Versailles Hotel, according to an
announcement by David Good-
win, president. In case of unfav-
orable weather, the dance will be
moved to the hotel ballroom.
Highlight of the evening will
be the "Crumbiest Contest."
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners, as well as to each con-
testant. Music for dancing will be
provided by Michael Selker and
his orchestra and Jack Carlton
and Demris will present dance
exhibitions.
Gil Rappaport and Hilda Lax
are co-chairmen of the committee
in charge of arrangements. As-
sisting are Rita Dulberg, Estelle
Pietrack, Pearl Protzel, Gil Mil-
ler, Monty Popover, David Gold-
fine and Gertrude Migdal.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
group's local and overseas proj-
ects.
Fancy Catering
Weddings. Parties 8c Banquet!
PEARL GOTTESMAN
New Phone 86-5363
IN MIAMI BEACH
BEACH FOOD CENTER
1421 Washington Ave.
BEACH POULTRY MARKET
429 Espanola Way
BLACKSTONE MARKET
737 Washington Ave.
COMMUNITY MARKET
453 41st St.
DAVE'S SUPER MARKET
1050 Alton Rd.
DELICACY SHOP
1450 Washington Ave.
DREXEL MARKET
1447 Dreiel Ave.
EMPIRE MARKET
IS Collins Ave.
FOOD MART
7440 Collins Ave.
GENERAL FOOD MARKET
552 Washington Ave.
HARRYS MARKET
732 6th St.
LEE-MAR APPETIZER
1434 Washington Ave.
LUNDY'S MARKET
1435 Washington Ave.
MARCUS' SUNILAND MARKET
1055 Washington Ave.
MELODOFSKY'S MARKET
618 Collins Ave.
MERLIN'S MARKET
321 Collins Ave.
MICHIGAN FOOD MARKET
531 Michigan Ave.
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424 Collins Ave.
NORTON'S MARKET
820 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 f ]
237 Collins Ave.
WHITES FINE FOODS
1695 Alton Rd.
WHITE ROSE MARKET
87 Washington Ave.
ZION FOOD CENTER ]
1429 Washington Ave.
IN MIAMI
CORAL GATE GROCERY
1737 S. W. 32nd Ave.
DRESSON'S MARKET
5228 W. Flagler St.
GLORIFIED DELICACIES
2133 Coral Way
G. & S. BAKERY
1047 W. Flagler St.
HARRY'S DELICATESSEN
3617 S. W. 8th St.
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
JI31 W. Flagler St.
3
MURRAY'S DELICATESSEN '
1551 S. W. 8th St.
SIDNEY'S FANCY
DELICATESSEN
5199 N. E. 2nd Ave.
TANNER GROCERY
1263 W. Flagler St
S. & M. DELICATESSEN
812 S. W. 22nd Ave.
STARNETT DELICATESSEN
477 LcJeune Rd.
IN COCONUT GROVE
JUDSON TANNER 3057 Grand Ave.
IN CORAL GABLES
TANNER & TANNER 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
IN III \l I All
SEMINOLE MARKET 434 E. 1st Ave.
ALSO AT THE FOLLOWING
SUPER MARKETS

FOOD FAIR STORES
MARGARET ANN STORES
TABLE SUPPLY
TIP TOP GROCERY
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nai I) mil Leaders on Sunday. Apr: 28 All inter-
Milton A. Friedman, f .....er ,?;'" : lend
: -.dent of the Florida Fede".- :"':: r':'' the plan-
ti n of Bna: B'rith L ad ning '::ngs on
current national youth commis- |.uesda-v -:: U> Beach
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Integration of the programming and financing of all Jewish leisure-time___-
was effected Thursday. April 12. when the Miami Jewish Community CTtL 2*".
YM and WHA formally joined the Jewish Centers Association, already co"^',
agencies in the suburban areas. Shown signing paper* for the merger are (I to r I M,,
executive director of the Miami Jewish Community Center; Gus Jacobson execut*.
Jewish Centers Association; Leon Kaplan. JCA president; Julius Samuels, executive A
Miami Beach Y: Milton Sirkm. Y president; and Ben Essen, president of the Miam?jS
ity Center. The merger grew cut of a survey conducted by the Greater Miami jEh
from which these agencies derive the major portion of their operating funds.
North Dade (enter
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TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
mt .iuk i.oito>
IIIIS. H. II. I.OitDOX
1568 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
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264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
CORAL GABLES
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO MY FRIENDS & AGQVA
LOriS SIIAFKI.X
Your Candidate for
MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL
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PASSOVER
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Insurance Agency
GENERAL INSURANCE
FLORIDA
INSURANCE
UNDERWRITERS
213 Aragon Ave.
Coral Gable*
Phone 83-4691
GREETINGS
S. E. "DOC" SPAULDING
WILDCAT
PHARMACY
5705 S. W. 8th Street
Prescription Pharmacists
Phone 87-4550
TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVEB
MIAMI III vrii ATHLETIC CU
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MEYER "MIKE FAUST
GOLUB
327 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
R. S. "Bob" Thornton
TIIOK\TO\ .MOTORS
BUY SELL TRADE
1260 N. W. 36th SL Pno"
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DOLIVA'S
Bought Sold and Traded
Used Restaurant, Hotel. Kitchen and Bar Equipment
SEASONS GREETINGS
TO ALL
KMtfTROMX
CORPORATION
1800 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 3-8464
GREETINGS
GEO. J. BERGER
S. W. pth Amou,
SERVICE STATION
Excellent Service
Pho*'
PHONE
FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE .
Allied Concrete Products, I
2800 S. W. 31st Avenue. Miami. Florida
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Applications Being Accepted For
llrandeis Camp Scholarships
free scholar- education and orientation. The
Applications for
ships to Brandeis Camp Institutes
are now being accepted, accord-
ing to an announcement by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Gus Jacobson and
Louis Schwartzman, co-chairmen
of the Brandeis Camp committee.
The three Brandeis Camps are
situated in Winter Dale, Pa.,
Santa Susana, Cal., and Hender-
sohville, N. C.
In summer courses, varying
: from two to four weeks, the
i Brandeis Camp Institutes offer to
potential American Jewish lay
I youth leaders, between the ages
of 18 and 25. an opportunity for
courses present to the young per-
son the essence of his Jewish
heritage, with special emphasis
on the values derived from the
renaissance of the Jewish people
in Israel.
"The creative labors and ac-
hievements of the Yishuv are
brought within the personal ex-
periences of the camp members,"
Rabbi Kronish said. "The whole-
some and normal creativeness on
all fronts of human endeavor
imbue a positive and pleasant as-
sociation with the concept of Jew
and Jewishr.ess. The programs
are so arranged that the Hebraic
renaissance, presented in seminar
and forum; in script, pageant and
drama; in song and dance and
crafts, is made to 'radiate in our
own lives' as the late Justice
Louis D. Brandeis said."
In addition to the studies and
work duties, the camps offer
swimming, games, hiking and
folk dancing.
Application blanks for any of
the Brandeis Camps may be ob-
tained from Rabbi Kronish, Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, 5-6819; Jacob-
son, Jewish Centers Association,
450 S.W. 16th Ave., 82-6556;
Schwartzman, Bureau of Jewish
Education, 318 Congress Bldg.,
3-5858.
Sirkin, outgoing president of Miami Beach Jewish
shown here accepting a plaque from Joseph Rose.
1 Samuel Friedland, right, new president. The ceremony
at an installation banquet and dance held in honor of
ning and outgoing presidents. Also participating in the
[were Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Nat H. Hankoff, Cantor
Goldring and Maxwell Abbell. president of the United
|e of America.
frith State Convention Planners
jet Sunday Morning At Casablanca
^V-SJte4&
[working committees of
B'rith fourteenth an-
Federation convention
Sunday, April 22, at
the Casablanca Hotel,
ach, it is announced by
lairman, E. Albert
pmately 50 key workers
of final arrangements
ted to attend the final
event. Special arrange-
ve been made to serve
Jonal holiday food,
will be heard from the
committees: hotel re- |
Godfrey K. Newman; i
Milton A. Friedman; J
nd finance, Jerome H. j
land George Bertman;
committee, Judge Sam
1 budges, signs and ban-
[Steinman; banquet and
Seidcrman; recep- i
Vitality, Marx Faber;
Jack Gold; cocktail j
iw School
party, Sidney Aronovitz; publici-
ty and public relations, Charles
R. Jacobson and women's con-
vention committee, Mrs. Robert
Baron.
Jerome H. Weinkle, incoming
president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will be installed in brief
ceremonies at the banquet follow-
ing the principal address by Cody
Fowler, president of the Ameri-
can Bar Association.
Registration for the convention
is $25 per couple or $15 single.
This entitles the delegates to the
cocktail party, two luncheons, the
dinner dance and other events of
the convention. Separate banquet
tickets may be secured at the
special rate of $15 per couple or
$10 single. These tickets may be
secured from the Sholem Lodge
office, 330 Seybold Building or
from Godfrey K. Newman, Room
505, 420 Lincoln Road.
The convention is slated for
April 28 to 30 at the Casablanca
Hotel.
in Elect
h Schwadron was re-
Iresident of the Sister-
the Miami .Hebrew
id Congregation at a
the group on Tuesday,
lected were Mrs. Isa-
|el, first vice president;
lurray Kirschenbaum,
lice president; Mrs. Jack
lii- surer; Mrs. Michael
piancial secretary; Mrs.
Bin. recording secretary;
Max Newberger, cor-
D secretary.
its of the board are the
Rebecca Becker, Ben
Nat Siegel, Mollie Kell-
Idnc Rosenthal, Herbert
iseph Ornstein, Simon
Sal rie] Perlman, Sam
t Coultoi:, E. L. Becker
W er, Peter Duchon. Max
| Helen "Waranch, William
lb, Dave Mcltzer, Michael
Louis August, Jacob
Brvin Sirkin, Mollie Har-
Irah Stone, Toby Magun
Dudon.
SALEM INN
Al Wile and Pete Francis
Come in and enjoy the pleasure
of dining on the water .
famous food prepared by ex-
perts nominal prices.
450 Northwest
No. River Drive
On the river just below
the 5th St. Bridge,
-ft Parking for your car .
Dockage for your boat
* Open til 5 A.M.
-it CALL PETE u ><: I
OR AL .-*!-
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21 si Street
many friends & customers of the State of Florida
For the finest quality fresh northern fiih
ike Erie Whitefish Pike Carp Hecht
rVCE YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY ORDER NOW
shipping date Tues., April 17You may phone or wire
CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE
Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
Telephone 2-6875
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
JACK DAVIS
Candidate
MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL
501 Washington Ave.
Paid Political a.Iv.
r Berdy's
ol Brand
Miami Manufacturer
of Finest Quality
Dairy Products
This coupon is worth
5c only with the pur-
chase of Berdy's 3-ox.
Cream Cheese or
Berdy's 8-oz. Whipped
Cream Cottage Cheese. [
27 N. W. 4th Street
Phone 2-1788


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FRIDAY,
Publicist Redman Tosses Hat In
King For Beaeh i oiiih il Post
Miami Beach publicist. Ray
Rodman, opened his campaign for
a seat on the Miami Beach City
C iiincil this week with head-
quarti rs at 1931 Park Ave.
Rod: nt in his
blood. Son of the now
s. m Bunny" Redman, a 30-
n on
the Daily N< -
been a publicist in
for ver 16
has three children, Jean. 17.
Helen. 11. and Robert Joey 6. all
attending Miami B> i Is.
"Publicity and -. ti :. are .
the I of Miami Beach, and Ra* K>''!"ia"
there should nan 0f pu
n the council who is exp<
in that field and has the pulsa-
tion : Miami Beach n his finger-
tips.'' Redman si for the
Publicist Redman started out [present at 17th
at an early age as a newsboy and Washington Ave
will he remembered by oldtlmers H< handled the first F .i Fair
from Chicago as the lad who had Store opening in Fl rida which
the newstand at the Northwest- itu a cake-eating c ntest
ern Railroad Station. His first shown on television and news-
newspaper assignment at the age reels acr -
of 17 was with the Denver Post Or.e of his recent pr motions
undo:- the famed publishers Fred was thai t the two and a half
Bon::ls and Harry Ta:r.:r.-.:: n liar collecti n it jewels
For years Redman traveled '' 'l' famous Lucy Cotton|
throughout the nation as an in- Thomas. Princess Eristavi -
door and outdoor sh wman, ad- Estate for the Rich-
vance agent, press ter Jewelry Co. The gems were YoUnfiT \dults Will
ager: and exploiter. He served as shown on fi%-e major newsreels -
assistant to Fred Bartow, divi- :"' ;v television newsreels. upnr |?>Hin Rr<*
s lor of exploitation for Redman handled the Metro- nMr **>UIO EiACC
Mel -G Idwyn-Maver Pictures Goldwyn-Mayer movie group for Owen E. I'ridge, general man-
ce covering They Wore Expendable" when f station WQAM and the
12 tea : r three years before was being filmed here in 1944- ,, ^
c i Miami Beach 16 years ':;" 'he Navy Miami Broadcasting Company.
took and I tst n< H tel will be guest speaker at the sec-
Th< :andidate, who was re- ond meeting of the "Open Mind
*J P ":' :ng the/Swim Forum/- t0 ^ held Wednesday.
i stars. : Hej.tr. we.-. : Miami Beach ... .. .,
.- .... s, the Ap::.-a. at the Coral Gables Jew-
c nt :: m ; I rst USO affaii ntry at i*h Center. His topic will be
- SI ''-Vanderbilt Hotel "Present Dav Radio."
late star Helen Moderator' for the evening's
._ program will be Leon F. McAs-
n I Am An klU- editor of the Florida Sun.
Williams : Mi higan American Day" of 46 different The forum is sponsored by the
for put ups during the center Young Adult Group of
I in 30.000 which Reuben N idenberg is
-,- Miami 1 ng in the parade and president and Jack Fels. program
by the De- chairman.
The spe been in radio
a.-ted
led
........ "jn -ii isetrou a vear later and
for 2 yean When
II ii.ii B'rith Young Women iTl
f hur h Friends To Model Sed
Invitations have been mailed i President BevT- *'
by members of Sharet Chapter, nounted y ^*h
B'rith Young Women, to | p.wu: ,
nds in the Christian Youth :.,..,. sSkopwa,J
the young women's trace thrnf1.-Sedef ni
be held at the '" 'tionship 7.
. Community Center 1S! ver- "'
d Tuesday. April 24. at 8 p.m.. J : a d,
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recent inter-faith nS
Home Auxiliarv sp^ :ther
To Kleel Officers
of .* tolSft
Officers and
will be elected
Oicen E. fridge
and B'nai B'rith Yout!
board members t,on at White Temple n
when the Miami sald Trudi Lach. pubW]
Beach Women's Auxiliary to the *n- "and the first tL
J, wish Home for the Aged meets chapter program to
on Tuesday April 24, at 1 p.m., at | Pattern originated bv"'fcj
tht Town and Beach Club. wide sponsored event."
Mrs. Irving Frankel. nominat- Miss Betsie Banks cSai
ing chairman, will take charge > being assisted bv RosS
of the election. : Pauline Glantz. R^,
Preceding the meeting Mrs. Charlotte Coddon and
Benjamin Appel. outgoing presi- Botwin.
dent, will give a farewell recep-
tion to all members and guests.
The launching of a new summer
project will be announced in a
musical skit by the auxiliary actor, is starred in'"Thil
"Voices" including: the Mesdames Things," latest report uu
Frank Berger, Irving Frankel,' Frontier series to be head
Max Greenberg. Ray Hammer- day, April 22. at 3.30 pj
man. Jack L'dell. Harry Koretzky j radio station WKAT.
and Mollie Schuman. Miss Clara I The New Frontier iji_
Goldenberg will accompany at by Harold Franklin for a
the piano. stitute for Democratic U
The installation luncheon and and is presented in GreateB
seating of newly elected officers through the cooperation M
and board members will take ical Lodge. B'nai B'rith a
place at an early date in May. I Anti-Defamation Leapit
Carey Stars In
MacDonald Carey. Hoi
The speaker has been in rad
M Beach w rk since 1926. when he start*
Dempsey- ( stopped boost- with a M watt stati n He ioine
- Iivelih I pi WJR in Detroit a vear later an
": foi 20 vean Whe
Miami
, vice presi-
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San Juan. Pueri
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JEWISH COMMUNITY
I EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
T
HAROLD SHAPIHO
Your Candidate for Miami Beach Coundhn
Food Fair Stores
are carrying
a complete line of
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QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS
Kosher for Passover
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five eoinniissioners. *
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USE THIS LIST TO PLAN YOUR ORDER
Horowitz Kngaretea MtucbJ
Rclceach brcr.c; wt\
MATZOHS AND NOODLES
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BAKED GOODS
12 oz. H 8 M Matzohs
5 lb. H & M Matzohs
5 lb. Rokeach Matzohs
12 oz. H & M Whole Wheat Matzohs
12oz.H&M Egg Matzohs
1 lb. H & M Matzoh Meal
llb.H&MFarfel
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
15 oz. H & M Plain Macaroons
15 oz. H & M Chocolate Macaroons
612 oz. H & M Choc. Coated Egg Macaroons
VARIOUS
Qts. Rokeach Borscht
Qf s. Rokeach Prune Juke
Large Nyafat
16 oz, Rokeach Gefitle Fish
Tumbler Candles Household Candles
~~ PRESERVES
8 oz. Rokeach Honey
12 oz. Rokeach Strawberry Pres<
12 oz. Rokeach Grape Preserves

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Borden's Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee
Lipton's Tea
Qts. Cort's Beverages, Asstd. Flavors
Manischewitz Wines
L'chayim Wines
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enuhin Becomes
A Movie Producer
LEON GLTTERMAN
di Menuhin, the world-
s violinist who loves Cali-
for relaxation, is a hand-
'man of 34 who for years
Bken motion pictures as a
This year he became a
picture producer in
Et.
hudi is very enthusiastic
his new endeavor and his
film, entitled "Concert
C." the first film ever pro-
that features music for
fa sake, is now being re-
ts Yehudi: "'Concert Magic'
concert on film, as straight
Iccrt as you would see in
ic Hall. When the music
ids. there are close-ups of
bands ... at the piano or
i. There is no plot, no make-
romance, no scenery. Just
music!"
Hudi says that he looks upon
lm not as another "Sunset
Jvard," but as the first at-
to meet the demands of
lovers in small towns and
K- throughout the world
iw have no opportunity to
Lading artists and or-
tos.
carefully have avoided,"
the violinist, "a fantastic,
idous, colossal Hollywood
ct. In Hollywood, when
it players make a picture,
uso are required to act, to
rt of the plot, and the music
irdinated.
jht now," he continues,
is no special outlet in
ood for straight music of
fcreat composers, such as is
in all of the famous concert
| throughout the world. I do
ire that music lovers in
and elsewhere are more
Etnated than the producers
lywood assume and I think
;o the extent they are in-
ed. people who like music
have an opportunity to see
near concerts. Often, in
p: towns and cities, this is
ipossible."
film, produced by Concert
Corporation which intends
>cries of such films
|-ing other well-known art-
t V' hudi believes, open
new field for motion
i s. "it is in no way," he
"in competition with radio,
liBwiisltUEIliOipidliiaun
records, motion pictures, or con-
cert management. I've had as
much fun appearing in 'Concert i
Magic' as in some of the others '
I've done: 'Stage Door Canteen'
(made in Hollywood), and the
British film, 'The Magic Bow,'
based on the life of Paganini."
It is interesting to note that
Menuhin has often proved to be
an ambassador of good-will for
his country. It seems that in
every country there are certain
outstanding figures in different
walks of life who, because of
their humanity, modesty or abil-
ity, whether they like it or not,
appear to the world as a symbol
of their native land. And believ-
ing that musicians are above
politics, Menuhin has often been
able to use his fine talent in a
good-will manner, which would
not hav? been possible except for
his great modesty, humility and !
general understanding of people
in every land where he has
travelled for the last twenty
years.
When Yehudi, at the invita-
tion of General Lucius Clay ap-
peared in Berlin, for a series of
benefit concerts, it was not the
first time that an official wrote
to say: "Yehudi Menuhin is the
best ambassador your country
has sent to us since the war."
Neither was it the first time that
an audience, like Berliners, walk-
ed five or six miles and- stood
ten deep to hear Menuhin play.
Since he made his debut at an
early age, audiences throughout
the worldin France, South
America, the Philippines, Swit-
zerland, Greece, Russia, Scot-
land, England, Portugal, Italy,
Hungary, Denmark, Norway, etc.
. have thrilled to the music
of Menuhin. Before World War
II, Yehudi gave approximately
fifty concerts a year throughout
the world.
With the outset of the war,
however, he gave benefit con-
certs for any organization or
people who needed his help. Un-
interruptedly during the war, he
gave several concerts a week .
in the Aleutian Islands he played
64 concerts during one single
month.
The results of Yehudi's efforts
as a good-will ambassador were
quite visible. In Australia, in the
(Continued on Page 16 B)
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Where East Meets West And Becomes Israel
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
The first big difference be-
tween Israel and the Diaspora is
that the concept "Jew" does not
have the same meaning in the
Jewish state as outside it. Theo-
retically, it is one: Jews in Israel
and the Diaspora are equal heirs
to a common tradition. But in a
society where all your neighbors
are Jews, where the Cabinet and
York.) Weaving in and out of the
general Hebrew and the almost
as general Yiddish, I could make
out English, German, French and |
Dutch: my friend added several
languages more.
It is the same in Jerusalem,
Haifa, and other towns; even in
many of the settlements. Every-
where there is a ferment of dif-
ferent, contrasting people Rus-
civil service and the soldiery and sjap. German Lithuanian. Cecth
police are Jews, the fact of com-
mon Jewish birth loses the in-
dividual significance it has in the
Diaspora (whatever new national
significance it assumes.)
As a result, Israelis approach
their problems not as the prob-
lems of Jews in a non-Jewish
society, but as the problems of
people in a common human |Ela"th"ta"~tne'souih
society: and not so much the
problems of people united by the
same racial background, as of' east!
people divided by all the diverse
geographical and cultural en-
vironments from which they
severally stem.
Polish, French, Hungarian, Brit-
ish, Rumanian, American, Aus-
tralian, Italian, Belgian, South
African, Arab, Dutch, Yemenite
Jewsfusing slowly into Israelis.
Whatever the Yishuv may have
been until a couple of years ago,
the Israel of today, with 4,000
people streaming in every week,
is a melting pot stretching from
to Metullah
in the north, and from Tel Aviv
in the west to Jerusalem in the
There have been bigger melting
pots in historyAmerica in her j
peak immigration days was a
giant beside the Jewish state
At Lydda airport, a New Zea- but I doubt whether any has had
lander received me and helped | to cope with such a wide variety
me through the Customs, where i of people, under the internal and
a clerk from Lemberg inspected' external stresses which Israel
my bags; a porter from Salonika has to meet at the same time.
carried them to the taxi, and a
driver from Berlin took me to
Tel Aviv. The New Zealander
was as far from Judaism as the
Berliner was from Zionism, and suspended.
On the contrary, when other
states have faced similar prob-
lems of supply and defense, im-
migration has been cut down or
And they don't worry, because
the proportions of the "Eastern"
versus "Western" Jews have no
special significance in the pop-
ulation of the Jewish state. It
isn't a question of this section or
that section "predominating" be-
cause the whole tendency of life
in Israel is not to maintain, but
to break down sectionalism.
Take the case of the Yemenites.
They come to Israel, bearing all
the marks of the subjection they
have suffered for centuriespoor,
backward, superstitious, opposed
to any form of change. The wom-
en call heaven to witness the
wrong done them by WIZO,
whose nurses take their scro-
fulous, rickety, trachoma-ridden
babies from them and scienti-
fically nurse them to health.
But three months pass, and
they begin to feel differently
about it. They see their children
thrive under the "outlandish"
treatment, and conclude that per-
haps it isn't so bad after all.
After six months you find them
fitting readily (for the most part)
into the new molds Wherever
I went, social workers were un-
animous in telling me how well
Yemenites "took" to the process
of becoming Israelis.
(Next article: "The Genera-
tion of the Wilderness.")
*t What It Usta Be
ens Make Oldtimers Slow Pokes
each of the four was, in his at-
titudes and reactions, worlds
apart from the other three. Only
one thing united them: the fact
that they were Israelis.
At the corner of Allenby Road
and Rothschild Boulevard in Tel
Aviv, a friend said to me: "Stand
here for five minutes and you'll
see the world go by." People con-
versing in a dozen languages
hurry past (everybody hurries in
Tel Avivit is worse than New
What will come out of the melt-
ing pot? There are people in
London, New York, Johannes-
burg, who are worried about the
present great influx of Oriental
Jews. Thousands have come,
thousands are still to come, from
Yemen, North Africa, Iraq and
other Arab lands. There are
people who worry lest these
"Eastern" Jews will swamp the
"Western" Jews. Folks don't
worry about this much in Israel.
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You Won't Recognize Israel Ten Years From Now
You won't recognize the Jewish State after its develop
prcgram goes into effect. If you have visited Israel recently and
have in mind a picture of the appearance of the country be
prepared for a great surprise on your next trip, especial/.
is a few years from now. For the face of the land is chan
lot
il 1
ei I I :
Although it
ess in
mi levi
part of the Stat Is
' n the
I T the Mandal (oi
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nds of 1
f the si
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its tl and health in-
,nSi
en Plann i en dot e to
of the princi-
the ities. To relieve
I to orovi.il> con-
thi venient outli '- for the growing
p pulation, plans have bet
rawn up for the development of
I esi cities, iTuiuding the estab-
lishment of suburl
mediate vicinity their m.
Disper.al of Industrie
Social pol .- ,n,j
Planning, a8 1&\J ,
tions oi i ";' ?*'*&
tries
n in a
-i the
ol Industries
great
towards concent
(Continued on Page 3 JT
pout to .,
of uduitnes 1 l .>i 0f ik "^
centration in B few u, ,e"%
spots. In the pa. th^gg
1 '" a,ll
Clearing the ground. A bulldozer prepares land for the con-
struction of a factory on the outskirts of Haifa. Israel's chief port
will be the center of greatly expanded indusry under the counry's
three-year development program. Development of all branches
c: agriculture and industry will be made possible by the
S50C.000.000 Slate of Israel bond issue.
:n the
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rl a popu'.
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it is estimated that
10 will be engagi I in
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ng ..- thih p: in
on. To in the number
i in agricul-
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would bo set up that
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1
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and The -planning
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Won't Know Israel Ten Years From Now
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(Continued from fage 2 B)
fjiidii-ious industrial policy of lo-
sing industries in accordance
the national interest, the
[State of Israel is now in a posi-
tion to reverse this trend. A sur-
i the possibilities of indus-
Uria] di'velopment has shown that
at least one-half of the new in-
dustries which are likely to be
[established in the country do not
[require proximity to ports or
centers of population. They
therefore, be conveniently
[located in the new provincial
towns which would actually pro-
Ivide them with more favorable
tions such as lower costs of
and cheaper housing and
\pensive municipal services.
One of the most constructive
[means of attracting factories to
|ni-\v areas is the establishment by
Itlio government, in cooperation
with local authorities, of "In-
Idustrial Estates," or zones. These
1 /ones are reserved for the
i i uction of new factories and
(planned and developed in ad-
Ivance so as to offer all the neces-
I services and facilities such
la- water supply, electric power,
: and rail communication.
[Land is allocated in these estates
v rentals and in some cases
[ trial premises are built in
i ar.d made ready for
I tig to smaller enterprises and
{workshops. The first zones are
[in the process of development at
Ramleh, Natanya, Beersheba and
|Migdal Gad.
A comprehensive plan for the
(development of the country's
has also been prepared to
provide an efficient systerp. of
unications for successful in-
trial development and general
economic progress. The main
i-ays <>f the future road
re t'i carry double lar.es
ffic Road intersections will
Ibe located at convenient points
listance of at least 4-5 kilo-
i s from each other. The
Ibettei planning of the principal
i I highways will eliminate
in mis at congested urban
li md link them up with the
of the cities through con-
fi eder roads. One of the
itant of the impending
I ts is the extension and
1 nt of the country's
I th-to-south artery. This
I ::m Mctullah and Ras-
<>n the northern fron-
tiei of the country through the
i plain southward to S'dom
on the shores of the Dead Sea
lal Gad-Ascalon, the
southern port on the Med-
ean coast, linking up far-
thi [ oast with Beersheba, the
1 citv of the Negev, and
ing down to Elath, the
port on the Gulf of Akaba
.-outhcrnmost extremity of
counry.
The National Development
llocates substantial areas
national parks, forests and
al reserves to serve the
tntry's health and recreation
needs. Most of these areas are
eroded mountain slopes
have no great economic or
agricultural value, but which can
e developed because of their
on or natural beauty into
"on and holiday resorts.
laying out of parks and pro-
ected areas is to be combined in
national public works
gram with afforestation, con
struction of roads, and the build-
ing of hotels, youth hostels and
holiday camps. Funds provided
by the $500,000,000 State of Is-
rael Bond Issue will make possi-
ble the economic expansion dur-
ing the next three years which
will enable Israel to carry out its
long-range National Development
Plan.
The distribution of the rural
community is a basic factor in
the planning of a future volume
and distribution of the general
population. Where conditions are
favorable for intensive agricul-
ture, a dense rural population
can be supported, while in areas
with poor soils and meagre ir-
rigation resources only a sparse
farming population will find a
livelihood. On the basis of a total
population of 2.500,000 an agri-
cultural population of 500,000
(or 20r.{) would enable the coun-
try to be self-supporting in most
of its food requirements.
In view of the fact that irriga-
tion represents a key factor in
the future of the country, the
National Development Plan has
devoted a great deal of study to
the task of harnessing fully all
of its available water resources.
Irsael's irrigation assets include
the Jordan and its tributaries:
other rivers and springs; rain and
ilood waters, and underground
water supplies. Hydrological ex-
ploration in recent years has in-
dicated that the country's total
resources are more than adequate
to meet all of its development
needs, provided that water sup-
plies are properly tapped, stored
and distributed. The blueprints
of the national irrigation plan to
achieve this objective were pre-
pared by local irrigation experts
in cooperation with leading
American reclamation engineers.
On the basis of water resources,
the country has been divided into
three natural zones as follows:
1. The Northern Zone wnich
has a water supply in excess of
the quantity required to meet
local needs.
2. The Central Zone where the
water supply approximates the
requirements.
3. The Southern Zone which
is deficient in water.
The fundamental principle un-
derlying the national irrigation
plan is the use of the surplus
waters of the Northern Zone
for the irrigation of the Southern
Zone. The river, spring and flood
waters from the North would be
conveyed by means of a canal
to the arid soil of the South.
According to the plan, the
projected irrigation system will
start in the north from two
points: one in the east, at the
source of the Jordan and the
other to the west (near the
Lebanese border) to be fed by
the storage of winter flood waters
from the wadis now draining into
the Mediterranean as well as by
the surplus waters of the Kabri
Springs and the Kishon River. In
order to assure a steady, year-
round irrigation supply, water
from the winter flow of rivers
and springs and from the winter
rains and floods racing through
the wadis must be stored by
means of the construction of
reservoirs and the erection' of
storage dams across the principal
I In view of the fact that the
waters of the Jordan River are
to be for the most part diverted
into the main irrigation canal, the
plan calls for substitute arrange-
ments to maintain in the future
the balance of the Sea of Galilee
and of the Dead Sea which are
at present both fed by the flow
of the Jordan.
Other important aspects of the
irrigation plan are the increased
utilization of the underground
| water supply (through wells) and
of springs which can provide al-
! most all of the irrigation needs
,of the Central Plain, all of the
Jezreel Valley, projects for the
irrigation of the Jordan Valley
and the use of the Ras-el-Ein
spring for the water supply to
! Jerusalem and the Negev.
Location of Cities
After the National Develop-
j ment Plan has been implemented,
Israel will have three large cities
with a population of 200,000 or
more (Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and
Haifa); twelve medium-sized
cities with about 50,000 inhabi-
i tants each; and more than twelve
small townships each with a
population of about 20,000 to
30,000. Most of these cities will
form the centers of their re-
spective "planning regions." The
smaller cities are in most eases to
be developed with the existing
rural centers as their nuclei. But
in several instances new cities
are to be established in localities
which are today uninhabited but
where in ancient times thriving
cities existed like for example,
Kurnub in the heart of the Negev;
Ascalon on the coast; S'dom on
the Dead Sea and Elath (ancient
Etzion Geber) on the Gulf of
Akaba.
Under the plan for urban de-
velopment, the population of the
city of Tel Aviv and its suburbs
has been projected at 450,000: for
Haifa and its suburbs. 300,000
and for Jerusalem, 250,000.
Among the cities in the pop-
ulation bracket of 50.000 will be
Naharia, Tiberias, Hedera, Na-
tanya, Affuleh. Petah Tikva, Ir
Hadarom, Migdal-Gad-Ascalon,
Safed-Hazor. Beersheba, Acre,
and Lydda-Ramleh.
The smaller townships having
n population of approximately
25,000 each will include: Tivor-
Kiryat Amal, Murasas-Beisan,
Carmel City, Zichron Yaakov.
Herzlia, Kfar Saba, Rishon le
Zion, Rehovoth, Hartuv, Kurnub,
S'dom and Elath.
The objectives of planning are
not merely limited to the primary
purpose of adapting this small
country for the purpose of mass
immigration. Among the other
important aims is the preserva-
tion of the landscape values and
natural assets of the country in-
cluding the relics of its great his-
toric past which are of signifi-
cance and interest to all of man-
kind. In order to achieve this end
certain areas of the country have
been excluded from the scope of
agricultural or industrial develop-
ment and set aside as "protected
areas." These areas will preserve
foi future generations the coun-
try's natural beauty and safe-
i guard the enduring milestones in
its history.
The State of Israel Bond Issue
will do far more than meet the
.country's immediate needs for in-
dustrial and agricultural expan-
sion. It will lay the basis for a
j transformation of the land that
I will be little short of miraculous.
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N. Y. Daily Smashes
Spy Trials; Defends
NEW YORK (AJJP)A ma-
jor American daily newspaper
recently smashed the nervous
silence of Jews and non-Jews
on the impact of the Jewish
names in the atom bomb spy trials
with a powerful editorial defense
of American Jewery, and hun-
dreds of New Yorkers applaud-
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The editorial was the first stand
by any large American publica-
tion to formally bring the issue
out into the open.
The editorial, entitled "Orches-
tra of Eight Million," appeared
in the New York Daily Mirror
April 3rd. after a lengthy debate
among top editorial executives,
The debate was not over wheth-
er the editorial defense should
be used but as to whether the
tactic was a wise one. As far
as could be learned, the idea
for the editorial was worked ou!
as an independent effort by the
Hears! paper.
Silence On Jews In
American Jewry
"We decided to run thi
as an answer to the whispering
campaign against American Jews
because Of their Jewish names in
the atom espionage cases.'" Glenn
Neville, executive editor of the
daily, told the American Jewish
Press. The paper has a daily cir-
culation of more than a million
readers.
The page-long editorial opened
with congratulations to "three
fine Americans of our city: Judge
Irving R Kaufman, who pre-
sided over the court which tried
the atom bomb spies: United
States Attorney Irving R. Say-
pol: and his assistant Roy C
who prosecuted and com
spies. Julius Rosenberg.
Ethel Rosenberg, and M
11."
"Si me bigots will say the three
spies are Jews and will ie-
m unce all Jews." the edit
said. "Tiny will forget to Saj
that the judge, the prosecutor
FOR THE SEDORIM
and the prosecutor's assistant
lid such a magnificent job
also Jews."
In boldface type, the editorial
nued:
The unfairness of drawing
inclusions from partic-
ular instances, the indecency ol
fixing
a bad typ e exempli!
The editorial went on to say
that such judgments were like
saying that all Americans >>f Ital-
ian descent were like Frank Cos-
:, Ho; that all Anglo-Saxon Amer-
icans were like Algei Hiss; that
all Irishmen were like "Cockeye"
Dunn, a local mob
Poundini at the theme.
the editorial said "there is no jog-
ic in drawing false conclusions
from a minimum of facts.
"Who d ires I i say this Rosen-
berg creature is typical of our
ns of Jewish persuasion,
when against him can be pitted
millions df Americans such as
Bernard Baruch, Bernard Gim-
bel, 1 iss, Barmy Bal-
aban, Adm ... Strauss, Ch
Joshua Goldbi R lolph Hal-
ley and so many others who come
,; rid?"
The editoi ial said that it was
'.;. qu
tion becausi ty is the home
ly immediate
i wi w( re
all oi t r< time,
and the histoi s city shows
that when a group become 'old
timers' they tend to look down
on the new comers."
Rejecting the idea of a melt-
ing pot. "As Israel Zangwill so
cally describes us." the edi-
torial contended that Americans
are mere like a symphony or-
': a."
"Harmony means neither same-
ness nor monotony. It does mean
cooperation, self-discipline, and
teamwork. Of course there will
metimea be a devil who plays
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f tewisli fliorUdliiaiKi
PAGE 5 B

!-'--"'-> A
iVen; Jo&s For iVeo? Americans
One hundred twenty New Americans, who one
ago were charges of the Jewish community
ployed, dispirited and thoroughly insecure, are
. happy, productive individuals contributing to
. betterment of our town.
dit for this amazing metamorphosis must be
I to the Jewish Vocational Service, its patient,
smoking executive director. Harold Kramer,
its sympathetic chairman of the board, Emil
G old.
..blished less than a year ago on an experimental
. the agency, like its counterparts throughout
ountry, has carved a permanent niche for itself
-. the community. A group of public-spirited citizens,
nizing the need for such an agency, dug into
pockets for funds to set up the JVS. But now
il has tried its wingsand found that it could
aloftmoney for its operation comes from the
ibined Jewish Appeal.
JVS actually grew out of a survey of the
h Social Service Bureau conducted last year by
Greater Miami Jewish Federation under the
vision of Morris Zelditch, director of social
g, Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
I aids.
ii this survey was instituted, the JSSB was
rig through one of the many stormy periods it
- miehow managed to survive. It was crying to
ation for additional funds for its refugee, re-
metlt and relief program.
Although eager to work, most of the New Ameri-
unfamiliar with the English language and
ail work methods, most of them still bearing
. both physical and psychological, of years of
i (I labor, abject cruelty and constant fear, were
le to find suitable employment. Dependent upon
- charity of the community, they were rapidly
;iing demoralized.
As if this were not enough, the Jewish community,
committed to provide for them under the terms of
I'm- DP law, was forced to take dollars, desperately
led for the upbuilding of Israel, and pay for their
Mirt. Moreover, with increasing numbers of New
Americans slated to arrive in this area, funds for
this purpose threatened to make enormous inroads
into the CJA collections.
So the JVS was born.
From the beginning the agency was a resounding
success. It secured the confidenceand cooperation
of such long-established firms as Burdine's. and
re many months all but the "hard core'.' cases
were gainfully employed.
The monetary saving to the community was great,
but even more important was the transformation
that took place in these New Americans. Once
hopeless and defeated, as self-sustaining residents
of Miami, thev took a new lease on life.
On this page are ten of the 120 New Americans
whom the agency has placed. Now "shining in use."
they are pictured at their jobs, which range from
i gg candling to watch repairing. Clockwise, they are
Mandel Kuperman, who works at Craftsman's Vil-
lage: Joseph Morshi, June Dairies; Hersh Tetarsky,
I-yon's Products; Joseph Sachs, Tropicalites; Israel
Kuczvnski, Empire Furniture; Adolph Gelb, Donald
LaVigne; Mendel Glicksman, Superior Aluminum
Windows; Rudolph Wind, Morris Brothers: Aaron
Wilback, Carl's; and Stephen Lewkowicz. Borden's.
Theirs is a poignant story, a story with a happy
ending, one which should be of especial interest to
you, since your contributions to the Combined Jewish
Appeal are making that happy ending possible.
A native of Poland. Kuperman came to this coun-
try a year ago. accompanied by his wife. Then 36
years old. he had apprenticed as a shoe repairman in
his homeland. Prior to joining Craftsman's Villa
he was employed by a local shoe manufacturing
company.
Thirty-five-year-old Joseph Morshi is now one of
the best egg candlers at June Dairies. He comes
from a small Polish city, where he was taught
farming. He alone of all his family was transferred
to Germany by the Nazis for forced labor. There
he did farming, butchering and restaurant work.
Baking English muffins for Lyon's Products is
Hersh Tetarsky, 38. who arrived here last year with
his wife and one child. Another child has been born
since their arrival. Trained as a baker in his native
Poland, he has held construction and restaurant
jobs in this area.
The future for 31-year-old Joseph Sachs is as
bright as the neon he installs for Tropicalites Sachs,
who came to Miami six months ago, is married and
the father of one child. Born in Germany, he grad-
uated from the gymnasium there.
Israel Kuczvnski' job as furniture finisher I ir
Empire Furniture is actually the first job the 24-
year-old native of Poland ever held, for he was sen!
to a concentration camp at the age of 12 and forced
to work in coal mines "in water almost up to his
neck." He, his wife and child have been in this
community for one year.
Adolph Gelb works as a tailor for Donald La
Vigne.
The know-how Mendel Glicksman learned in his
family's iron and metal concern in Poland is proving
of inestimable value in his work as punch press
operator for Superior Aluminum Windows here.
Thirty-three. Glicksman was preparing for the
l abbinate when his studies were interrupted to work
in a Nazi machine gun factory. From 1942 to 1945
he was an inmate of Buchenwald.
A victim of a Nazi concentration camp is Rudolph
Wind, watch repairman at Morris Brothers. He is
a native of Czechoslovakia, where he learned watch
repair work from his father. He is 32, married and
has one child. .
Aaron Wilback is employed in the dairy depart-
ment of Carl's Markets. In Poland he served as
salesman in a yard goods store.
Twenty-eight-year-old Stephen Lewkowicz actual-
ly started working at the age of 13." when he began
repairing machines. Later he was sent to the ghetto
for forced labor and subsequently became an inmate
at Dachau. Before coming to America in September,
1950. with his wife and child, he repaired motors
in Italy for two years. He is now working at Borden's
Dairy Products Company.
Although only men are pictured here, tne JVfc>
has also secured employment for distaff New
Americans.


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*Jewisti noriidliiain
PAGE 7B
ipy Judge, Prosecutor
fisited Synagogues For
jidance In Trial Duties
YORK (A.JP)The fed-
ently si ntenci d
m bomb kvgtes to die in
trie chair, and the at-
, secuted tl ;
to* their syna-
: pr divine guidance in
duti(
vin Kaufman
: his SJ n.
mei sino thi c n\
i 29 of Julius and Ethel
in I Hoi ti n Sobell "to
divine guidance in
thi ir sentence."
uthful .iunst said he had
I, bout 10 hours sleep in the
days he had wrestled
Lit!: the issues posed by the con-
\. I ns.
. rig H. Saypol, the prosecu-
| lid he had also gone to his
gue 1" pray for guidance
king his recommendations,
me jury did not recommend
tercy but Saypol did not ask the
I, penalty.
Jews Have Long
History In Service
C mtinued from Page 6 B)
Gen. D n d le L on
nickn
icavali
In
'
siaelis Get "Know How"
)r. 'Phone Techniques
AVIV (AJP)Israeli citi-
. rassi d by the shot
pi ineer society, soon will
le Ui enjoy at least one
. commoditypolite and
ti lephone si rvice.
when this ci m to pass,
.. ink Mrs. Antionette
' aining -up, > vis
inh ittan for the '
lepl ne C impany.
ir ved in Israel
m a mission from
company, which ap-
hi .- to train instruct i
k "polite and courteous
of United States tele-
V communication.
: the appointment after
phone company received a
|i from Dov Joseph, Israeli
! Communications. Jos-
Iph. who has visited the I'nitcd
I several times, told the com-
p he wanted Israel op-
t: trained like Manhattan
I
Leavy will spend two
n in Israel giving courses
TV I Aviv, Haifa and Jeru-
Jev
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Thei
A n Jev
conscii nces directi d.
There wi re nw. is, 21
nd 646 officers ol
in the Unii n Ai my, Judah
P. Benjamin, who served as Sec-
retary of State for the Con-
federacy, was not without .
called "the brains of the Con-
federacy." The percentage of
Jews serving in uniform was
greater than that of the general
population and seven Jews won
the Congregational Medal of
; Honor.
Probably the most prominent
of the Jewish military leaders of
the Civil War was Gen Frederick
Knefler, the brilliant tactician,
who rode with Gen. Sherman on
his March to the Sea in 1864.
The Winning of the West was
another chapter of American
Jewish bravery. Jews were killed
with Custer at the Battle of the
Little Big Horn River in Cu
last stand.
When Jews "Remember the
Maine" they should also remc m-
bi that 15 of their co-rel
ists went down with that ship.
A .1. .. was among the first casual-
ties in the first naval en
mi nt of the Spanish Ame
War and a Jewish sergeant was
the first to fall when American
field troops arrived in the
Philippines.
The first man to reach the top
of San Juan Hill in the famous
chajge of Teddy Roosevelt's
Rough Riders was a Jew, Irving
Peixatta of the Sixth U. S. In-
. fantry.
In the first World War, some
, 65 million men were under arms.
j Jews made up nearly three per-
I cent of that number although
their proportion in the general
i population was onlv one percent,
More than 100.000 Jews were
decorated for bravery in that
The youngest American vol-
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Sergeant
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less than 20
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One of thi- n:imfi f,.
tributing to thPe vUafi?!? *
ent-day Judaism is Uw
tenet that God must not,,
shaped.by P1vcr a, '
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part, is arranged primaM
lesson comb,n;nu Jewish hufi
religion an
Regarded in this Ugh- h
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ably the m ist effective ped2
instrument ";"
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tions? In ancient times
j over meal
rituals woul I 5
of the Hag
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servances of i I
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tions u .;
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child. But :
mi ty, 1
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[y, APRIL 20, 1951
+Jewisti Fkrirtitr
Page 9 B
rskyPioneer Of Modern Hebrew
TINA LEVITAN
Rnssia, 1902. A ^Hebrew
wish boy sits neif to his
It,-' Both are stealing
at the Hebrew transla-
Robinson Crusoe." Both
teady demonstrated their
pncern for their cultural
guage lives."
Daniel Pcrsky remained silent |
a moment while his friend in-'
terspersed. "You have a special
gift. You have a remarkable
philological-creative talent and
have already shown signs that
you have within you the mak-
ings of a great Hebrew writer
Carry on your work, and through
your talent you can fight to pre-
and have acquired an serve and develop the culture of
U. love for the Hebrew i our people."
le. But one of them is
int. He bewails the fate
tin Hebrew.
im Hebrew," says the
handicapped by a small
Miaic vocabulary and by
fcibility of style."
|t bewildering absurdity,"
pis the other. "True, the
tongue has for many
; almost disappeared from
|nversation but there are
nodes of expression that
(leaned from Biblical and
jlical Liberature. The
jge," he adds as he points
book lying before them,
|] the quality of this
on. prove the baseless-
j ur assertions."
continued Daniel
11.brew language
a remarkable creative
thermore, its growth
intinuefor the language
n> ins of keeping contact
When Daniel Persky spoke it
was more by way of resolution
than in simple response. Young
though he was, he perceived with
the intuition of genius that Ian- I
guage and nation were synony- !
mous and became thoroughly
convinced of a plan to continue
the great work begun by Eliezer j
ben Yehuda, the father of modern
Hebrew. Yes, Daniel Persky was
determined to resurrect the beau-
tiful tongue of the ancient He- j
brews. He would prove to the'
world that the Hebrew tongue
was capable of expressing all
shades of human thought and
emotions and at the same time
show that the upbuilding of our
Hebrew culturethe strengthen-
ing of our spirit is the most
potent weapon against all our
persecutors.
The decade that followed were
'he years in which Persky pre-
pared himself for the destined
Hebrew spirit. That role lie was to play as the Voice
live only if the Ian-' of the Hebrew Rivival in Ameri-
ca. In 1907 he came to New York
City and pursued his goal by
continuing to master the Hebrew
language, to know its intricacies,
to learn its qualities, usages and
various forms of expression. He
succeeded to a great degree and
his notes and discussions on the
proper usage of Hebrew words
and phrases published from time
to time in periodicals were dis-
tinguished by a keen sense of
linguistics.
It was no surprise then, a few
years later, to find Persky in his
indefatigable search for material
fulfilling a gnawing desire by
visiting the ancestral homeland
the living fountainhead of the
renaissance of the traditional
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vJewisti noridHar
PAGE 11 B
lah Fuses
f, Religion
m Page 8 B)
'. ieen through the
I articularly evident
. The Jew cele-
ry tries to re-
[ only the spirit that
who followed
Egypt, but also
|i in years later tried
L to his teaching
{, servance of Pass-
r i m.
jllaggadah is not only
\i Exodus but also
It about it.
y told on the Pass-
I the hardships of
incidental and
rital MteS are
in Jeru lalem
, : the second
bi gins, as all
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ng round of
tally a bit of
vegetable dipp< d
also custom-
in Jeru-
, pers '.'i to wash
touching the
.: is the
I, : the chief cele-
I iersto
H, ".' called a
en iallj an
live gai ment
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li : I ree nu n.
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p rvaded by
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of mankind.
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of the event are elaborated, but
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kwisfi nTiirSciKriin
PAGE 13 B
'Nachas" For Rabbi Zvi.
__ the pride which
n 'dutiful children ad-
thc worldholds a re-
lace in the hearts of
farywhere. Significantly
'means
bore in
bitter
pact of Rabbi Zvi
lost un-
past. Were but a single
ed the tired aged rabbi
at 7,'i in Tel Aviv two
might well have
s last with the fullest
|of "nachas" and hapi-
jore could any parent
lughter the leader of a
ii riul. a virtual mon-
from the poverty-
Is'.:! i'ts of a European
fact which tipped the
Irwhelmingly in the op-
fcction and cruelly lin-
torment the little rabbi
moments was the real-
|at his daughter was no
"good girl" he had
I ago when as a
[beautiful child her un-
(it- thirst for poetry gave
ft of a luture fanatic
power.
illage folk in Romania
little girl Ana was a
kocent little thing. Many
is "Talmudim" remem-
a .sometimes shy,
ever girl of 17 who
in a neighborhood
Her ability to master
she spoke more than
in her teensamazed
then, in his final
Zvi, too, chose to
his now-renounced
in a somewhat similar
|ly light and not as the
woman dictator of Ro-
}ot as Ana Pauker, high
executioner of
snts which woven to-
a shy, brilli-
'.v ti acher, daughter of
1 rabbi, into a cunning,
roman capable of heart-
iraying her husband and
Ei of her three children
ninunist firing squad are
Dwn to the swaggering
Irself. Surely no few
jrords or facts could truly
lcl to adequately probe
the emotional depths leading to
her conversion and steady rise in
Red circles.
But sometime before 1921 and
her formal baptism to Commun-
ism Rabbi Rabinsohn's girl
changed. First her name, then
her manner. Her maiden name
was retained, but a crisp sharp
"Pauker" replaced the softer-
sounding "Rabinsohn." Her shy-
ness, too, fell or was brushed
aside as Ana rushed to embrace
the Communist idol.
The little girl who once pati-
ently helped village tots master
the "Aleph-Beth" now impatient-
ly tugged at the emotions of
large, restless audiences in the
squares of a chaotic post-World
War I Bucharest urging violation.
The gap between Ana and her
family had widened somewhat
when in 1921 she broke with all
she had learned in her father's
home and formally joined the
Communist Party. In less than a
year a hardened Ana Pauker
made her impact felt and was
elevated to membership in the
Central Committee of the Ro-
manian Communist Party. Her
rise to power was underway.
In ensuing years, Reb Rabin-
sohn was to read little mentions
here and there of his daughter's
"rise." A few paragraphs in a
Bucharest paper told of her being
wounded twice in a skirmish with
police; another of Ana's sudden
"disappearance" from the local
street corners where her boom-
ing voice and overpowering per-
sonality provided a ready show-
case for Communist propaganda.
What Rabbi Rabinsohn and his
wife didn't know was that Ana
had "disappeared" to engage in
Communist underground activity.
For almost 15 years, except for
occasional appearances. Ana
Pauker remained in the hidden
cellar meeting rooms of the Com-
munist hideaways carefully
charting the Party's Machiavel-
lian-like rise to power.
By 1941, on the eve of Amer-
ica's entry into World War II,
Ana had gained fame as a minor
heroine of the Communists. That
reputation joined with increasing
activity on the part of the Ro-
manian comrades had earned her
two prison sentences.
She was in the midst of com-
pleting a six-year prison term
with another four years of dismal
cell life awaiting her when fate
stepped in to add its bit to the
life of Ana Pauker. "Fate" was
to come in the person of hated
dictator Jon Antonescu. the Ro-
manian darling of the Nazi Party,
whose Romanian legions were
engaged in warfare with Russia.
Antonescu was dickering with
the Russians over the release of
captured Romanian non-Com-
munists. An aide brought a
lengthy list of Romanian Com-
munists who might be used in
the trade.
As he shuffled through the list,
the dictator's eye focussed on one
name.
"Let them have Ana Pauker,"
Antonescu snorted, adding as an
afterthought, "she's only a
woman."
The "woman" ordered his death
before a firing squad several
years later.
With the war's end, Ana
Pauker fceld an even more firm
grip in Communist circles. And
to all of this she chose to add
the highly dubious distinction of
i becoming a self-made widow.
; During her years in the party she
, had met and married an avid.
liberal who tragically chose to
embrace Communism as a form
of advancing the concept of a
"better world." There were three
children.
But when her husband could
no longer stomach Moscow's nar-
row line, Ana turned him over
to the dreaded secret Communist
police for the sin of Trotskyism.
As a "deviationist" the man was
executed.
Meanwhile as Rabbi Rabin-
sohn, his wife, and their son.
j Solomon, miraculously escaped
i the Nazi gas chambers, they felt
| again the whip of persecution
i and oppression, this time wielded
in the hands of the Communists. I
; No longer persecuted as Jews,
; the Rabinsohn's and the rest of
I Romania's Jews were being
: labeled "petty bourgeois." They
I felt much the same treatment as
< in the early days of the Nazis.
Only on rare occasions did
| Rabbi Robinsohn see or perhaps
I choose to see Ana. Once on a
; visit to her tightly-guarded
; palace to plead the case for some
unfortunate Romanian Jews,
Rabbi Rabinsohn was offered
coffee and cake.
"How dare you serve me hot
coffee and cake on the Sabbath,"
the Rabbi was reported to have
shouted at his daughter, totally
disregarding the fact that at her
mere whim any one or number of
her 16,000,000 subjects faced
death or imprisonment.
Ana arose and led her pious
father to the kitchen where she
I showed him that the coffee was
j heated on an electric percolator.
No match had been struck to vio-
late the Sabbath, she contended.
Nevertheless, Rabbi Rabinsohn
stormed out of the palace calling
(Continued on Page 15 B )
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Lincoln Road Miami Beach
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BARR AND BARR
PLUMBERS
E. 2nd Street Hi,eah
PHONE 88-2818
HAVANA
VIA PLANE
VIA SS. FLORIDA
TOURS
AT LOWEST RATES
Apgar Travel Agency
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 82-6476
Phone 48-2194
"Known For The Best"
JONESY-S
IVMHi; LH.II B RESTAI RANT
"An ATMOSPHERE OF HOME"
"In the Heart oj Coconut Grove"
RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES
3131 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove
Miami 33. Fla.
GREETINGS
Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Evenings by Appointment Ph. 7-7977
Help Yourself to Beauty!
IRW1N S beauty salon
652 N.E. 125th Street North Miami. Florida
WEST i:\ SCHOOL
EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
Nursery thru 8th Grade for Resident and Day Students
1438 Lincoln Road Phone 5-5116
GREETINGS
from JACK FISHMAN, President
IKr.-i iiil< f i Equipment & Supply Co.
INCORPORATED
800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618
Equipment and Supplies for Hotels, Restaurants and Clubs
SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM .
Olll Lies METAL SHOP
1329 N.W. 74th Street Phone 78-4551
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
JUDGE W. F. BLANTON
.11 r. and II rs. Max Itosenbaum
PRESCRIPTION CENTER
1527 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
KEYSTONE RESTAURANT
$175
1
"Home ef Well Balanced Meals"
FULL COURSE DINNERS from J1
Fresh Shrimp Cocktail
BROILED FILET MIGNON
Mushroom Sauce, Two Vegetables. Potatoes
Strawberry Shortcake, Beverage
Take Busses 2-4-14 Served from 4:30 to 8 P.M.
6234 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-9549
$175
1
GREETINGS
Victor Ridone Restaurant
FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE
1334 18th Street
Reservations Call 5-9169
Sincere V/ishes For
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Seven-Up Bottling Co.
of Miami. Inc.
SHERMAN J. TOBIN
AND FAMILY"


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*Jenisii fttridian
FRIDAY
Blanche & Sid Lewis
extend Passover greetings
to their many friends
in Greater Miami
and will be happy
to welcome them at
Duncraggan Inn
Henderscnville, N. C.
Between June & October
HAPPY
PASSOVER
HOLIDAYS
Compliments of
f ^> HOTEL
On the Ocean at 44th St.
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
IIitImti Diamond
A To.
SEA SHELLS <&
ELOWER SUPPLIES
Telephone 83-7735
1340 N.W. 27th Ave.
Miami 35. Elorida
GREETINGS

MART ELECTRIC
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
154 N.E. 13th St. 3-1369
MY PLEASURE TO EXTEND
THE BEST TO ALL
VAL. C. CLEARY
A Year To Remember In Jewish Music
By EPHRAIM GOLDMAN
[n time -.. 195] will be a year to remembei n Jewish
This June the Hebrew Union S in Ni *
. nly school :'' th''
i to be trained ii \
In th
-J< wish [nstit under the
of President Nelson Glui Dr. E
Werner. Pi fess r of Jewish Mus H ; nzblau,
dean I I scl I. it has gone far 1
A primary incentive for th< I tindmg
I till thi gap li fl b) tructioi t Euro-
Jewish on of the
tors : .'
Lik< I Eu under
a facultj : sts Thi customary ] under
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levotional te>
f the hist
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thorou of the trj
The scl Hebi Union College-
[nstitul of Ci.....
three- i f stud; Hist
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tion. C E ting. Har-
I other music studies, and also Education
H< H y, E
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Becaus School re\
ford to ei
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While a
nded. most I thi
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introduction of s
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lum is a course ol study
rectors 1 fall under the
'on Fi
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Chi si n l have
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musical ladd
encouraging J
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sh tradition
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO
ALL
MIAMI CRUSHED STONt
PRODUCER OF
CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREnL
SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C r
Facilities lor Direct Loading 0f Cars
4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue. Mica*
P.O. Box 451. South Miami Branch
PHONE 87-3411
East Coast Fisheries. int
West Flagler StreetAt the Brido
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FRA.XK O. mum, Inc.
INSURANCE -
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. ?:-.::
TO ALL g
SEASONS GREETINGS
FLORiDIAN HALF PINTS INL
1415 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami I
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE
Fred ard Herbert Abrarr.s
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
Is'.3 Alter. Read
PHCNE 5-S9C"
"MMEOIATl SUIMCt
REASONABLE PICi
9WALITV WOIKMANSHIP
MAKE SEIVKE
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namm seat
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RIGHT DOWN TOWN EASY TO STOP AT
Tropical Typewriter Sen*
431 WEST FLAGLER ST.
Phone 2-8333 or 9-5191
Where the Libby's have everything v, need for tit
TYPEWRITERSADDING MACHINESCHECK PMI.
DESKSSAFESCHAIRSFILING CABINETS
Plus a Stationery Department
It will pay you to pay them a visit
Fashion Mart Bldg.. 127 N. W. 2nd St.
GREETINGS TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. IK
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HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
JACK JUSTICE
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR
9513 Harding Avenue
PHONE 86-1466

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PHONE 5-5537
GREETINGS
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OPTICIAN
1112 Huntington Building. Miami, Florida
Phone 9-1451
262 Andulusia Ave.. Cora! Gables
O ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
GLEASON'S BAKERY
Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY
1732-36 S. W. 8th Street **'
Specialty Balcers of Quality Pie. Cakes and S*


* Jewish ftorIdflan
PAGE 15 B
The diversified program of
Yeshiva University is depicted in
the photographs on this page. Es-
tablished in 1897 as the first cen-
ter in America for the study of
the Torah and Talmudic litera-
ture, the institution has been
termed a "trail blazer in Jewish
education." In 191S it established
the first secular four-year high
school, under Jewish auspices,
which subsequently was approved
by the authorities of the state of
New York. In- 1921 Yeshiva set
up the first school in America
for the training of teachers and
supervisors for Jewish religious
schools. Seven years later the in-
stitution established the first col-
lege of liberal arts and sciences
under Jewish sponsorship. At
present tho school consists of
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary, the College of Liberal
Arts and Sciences, the Teachers
Institute, the Bernard Revel
Graduate School, the Harry
Fischel School of Higher Jewish
Studies, the Talmudical Academy,
the Institute of Mathematics and
the School of Education and
Community Administration. The
university is now organizing
medical and dental schools.
-m I1
Wishing all our friends and patrons
to all a most happy passover
samuel merzon
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaye
and Son
420 LINCOLN ROAD
S. PLASTERING COMPANY
PLASTERING LATHING STUCCO
TO PLEASE YOU
NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO BIG
Phone 2-8115
6th Street Miami, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
J. F. RICHARDS COMPANY
ROCK, FILL, MUCK, SCREENINGS AND SAND
Landscaping and Grading
Truck Equipment
Over 25 Years in Greater Miami
3211 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-0675
ntlix Automatic Wnsheteria
"For a Whiter and Brighter Wash"
15lh Street 58-9526
fRY EVERYWHERE ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Louis F. "Red" Snedigar
Your County Commissioner
420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere wishes for a happy passover
I. i:AIIMS OVERSTREET
AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE
/ITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
JOSEPH JORDAN
REAL ESTATE BROKER
E. 125th Street
Phone 7-1687
TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER
FLAMINGO GOWN SHOP
818 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
It Is With Pleasure That I
Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To all my Friends and
Acquaintances
O. B. WHITE
PHONE 2-4010
46 N. W. First Street
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Interstate Marble & Tile Co.
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS 5040 BISCAYNE BLVD.
THEN CALL 78-2571
4000 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JLula Jones
Flowers For All Occasions
DELIVERY
Cut FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFuneral Designs
WeddingsParties
1910 S. W. 8th Street
2-5790 Phones 2-5384
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
R. II. Shaddiek
REALTOR
Sales Property Management
Mortgage Loans
3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2391
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Nathan Straus-Duparquet. Ine.
FURNITURE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES
HOTELS RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS CLUBS
Miami Branch: 1180 N.E. SECOND AVE., MIAMI 18. FLORIDA
PHONE 3-0861
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
600 N. W. 10th Street
EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Telephone 3-6332


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vJenist' Fkridfcur
FRIDAY
TO ALL
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
c r. PENCE
M. II. PENCE
Your Dependable Used Car Dealers
2755 N. W. 36th Street
Miami
GREETINGS!!!
OIlio Page Servlee Station
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Complete Service"With a Smile"
2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-9365
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Phone 2-2206
SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO.
Manufacturers of
DUNBRIK & DRAIN TILE
2300 N. W. 27th Avenue
T
Eor the finest in Metal Work
.HMI\ STAMFORD & SONS
ORNAMENTAL METAL WORKERS
3615 N.W. 46th Street
Telephone 88-2141
BRONZE ALUMINUM IRON
GREETINGS
ST. MORI 1/ HOI I I
On the Ocean at 16th Street
PRIVATE BEACH SWIMMING POOL
CABANA COLONY FREE PARKING
Air Conditioned Rooms
Radio in Each Room
PHONE 58-3711
Persky-Pioneer
Of Modern Hebrew
(Continued from Page 9 B)
language of the Jewish people.
]-|u |y | who had
found their way h.uk to the land
of their fathei i P ""-
the young writer.
_ Wherever he went he could not
. help but discover that tho lan-
guage of Moses and the Prophets
. becoming the lan-
guage of the day. He rejoiced
over every new word, over every
innovation in the Hebrew lan-
guage, ovi: every Hebrew news-
paper, every circular and theater
ent he saw. In turn
the inhabitants of the country
_ ma ie Hebrew scl
m from America who spoke the
Hel I ngue with such facil-
ity
Living in J( rusalem and Tel
Aviv, traveling and staying at
the C in the Emek. ob-
tudying the lin-
: th( Yemenites and the
Ori llecting the folk
:' pie in P
. be t M Persky's d
life in i N w ...- he

I iliza-
w language
i ruti ument of
ngth in Israel i -
7 \ -: :' the
in Jeru-
' of the
- rer the i mn-
.. :
rV broke his
nly He-
. Hebrew Lan-
- Vaad HaLashon '
: .. h he was one
:' the : unding members, still
functi ns : day as the highest
.-.'.ithority in matters pertaining
to the use of the revived tongue
incient Israel.
Persky, the fine essayist and
profound wit, is one of the lead-
ing architects of modern Hebrew.
And when future historians pen
the glory of the revival of the
ancient tongue and its molding
ument of modern ex-
pression they will record an
American Jewfor Persky has
-: nl forti I his fifty-i
United States
: gures in the ,
gr< at i pj

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132 N.E. 11th Street
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MR. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N.E. FfflST AVE.
GREETING CARDS
PHONE I
ENGRAVING
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EXTERMINATING SERVICE
PHONE 2-5029
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QUICK sir.::: reasonable r?:"s
1 Westward Drive M__c
TO all greetings
li'
Enjoy youi stay
ROWE HOTEL
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GREETINGS TO ALL
GILLETTE FORMICA SHOP
"BEAUTIFY WITH FORMICA"
EXPERT INSTALLATION
FREE ESTIMATES MADE PHONE 9-46M
2146 N.W. 36th Street johnft
GIFFEN INDUSTRIES, EH
Serving Miami Since 1930
272 Aragon, Coral Gables
Telephones 4-1651 48-3421
ROOFING BY GIFFEN
For All That's Best In
EVERY KIND OF ROOFING
ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL WORK
AIR CONDITIONING, VENTILATION
SOLAR WATER HEATERS, BOOSTERS
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JIMMIES MACHINE SHOP
JAMES H. MURRAY. Prop.
181 183 N.E. 36th Street
ACETYLENE & ELECTRIC WELDING
PAt' I/S CARPET O > M PAS*
2412 N. Miami Ave. 5590 N.W. l|
Miami
Phone 2-8435
Mian
Phons 7-13!
606 N.E. Federal Hwy.
Ft. Lauderdale
Phone 2-7561
Specialize in Hotels Apartments Theatres m
CARPETS LINOLEUM BROADFELT
Cutting Sewing and Laying Cleaning and "*?*
: Dealt"."; of Alexander 5- C^T*
TO ALL GREETINGS
PLASTIC ENGRAVERS
Crealors of
THOSE GOOD LOOKING PLASTIC SIGNS
249 S.W. 17th Avenue Phone'
GREETINGS
ACME SEPTIC TANK CO.
TANKS CLEANED DRAIN LINE REPM*5
(Our Specialty)
88-1615
' 5500 N.W. 37th Avenue


nnee** leads the \Yni:
ier Lawyer, Robbed Of Sight, Heads
sue Israel Village For Blind
liBwifslbJEIliDipidlilaun
[rail little Polish lawyer
i wn as Nisson Hagel Hla
| i.e. in a hate-ridden
during the autumn of
I eing a Jew. The
! iming was the half-
! Hagel's inability to dig
enough for a sadistic
ordeal began with the
t hi nit of pain as a
in the hands of an SS
slammed across his face
j total blindness. It ended
|f\ when Hagel assumed the
p of the unique village
blind near Gedera. With
eve (log. Hagel is help-
" blind Jewish families un-
ld the difficult world of
nto which fate has
M ire than that, the
barrister, is showing
id useful life; to
their way by manu-
al i; Iul wares.
1's climb from the pit
which began with the
move! across his eyes
ull i rdeal.
i liberation Hagel lived in
i pel sons cam]) in Gor-
ed and now has
I ir-old daughter. The
and his little family
t,i emigrate to Israel but
ently his sightless eyes
serious problem. But
Dint Distribution Committee.
ile welfare agency op-
ig overseas, found a solu-
made
MIAMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1951
SEC. C
50,000 Guests For Passover
By BERNARD POSTAL
Fifty thi usand
form than in any year since 1945.
This year for the first time in
or more guests |si JWB h h..r, t provide
for Passover. Suppose you hail
ange Si ders for that many
pel pie! Imagine having to pro-
vide matzoth by the carload.
enough wine for all Jews in a
city the size of San Francisco or
Miami, thousands of Haggadahs
and several tons of kosher meat-,
gefilte fish and other food sup-
plied Think of the logistics in-
volved in getting these Passover
ntials in the proper amounts
and at the right time to
sp >t around the world where
Ji are serving with the Ameri-
can armed toi
Considei the planning ne s-
Passover supplies for men in a
combat zone.
This year some 50.000 Jewish
GIsmost of them away from
home on Passover for the first
time in their liveswill enjoy a
Seder with all the trimmings at
hundreds of military installations
and veterans hospitals in this
installations in continental United
States.
In this country, full and part-
time Jewish eh,.plains will con-
duct Sedi rs in camps and nearby
communities where local JWB
armed services committees have
been busy for weeks pre-
paring community-wide Seders
and home hospitality for thous-
ands Of Jewish sei'Vici men who
can't get furloughs that will
country and at scores of points in ,]lt,m home for the holidays. Simi-
Europe, the Pacific, Korea, Japan for arrangements have bi
Alaska and the Caribbean. i)V chaplains and hospitals <
Jewish chaplains aboard have mittees in communities near V*A
everything ready because JWB hi spitals.
had completed the ar angements when the Jew ( Ami
th the armed for ... n to the Fri-
i make certain that Jewii ver supplies in Dec.:,.- dav ev April 20. they
GIs and seamen aboard Armj '" The Navy not only trans- draw ... the fact thai
transports or Naval vessels have ported Passover supplies to its ,),. loved ones in uniform or in
the wherewithal for a Seder: overseas bases, but is cooperatin \ \ ; pitals will simultaneously
Bear in mind the intricate trans- with JWB to make Seders possible; De ushering in the Pas iver
tion arrangements and the aboard all ships that will be on wherever they may be: in squad
nationwide mobilization of com- the high seas during Passover, tents and improvised chapels in
munity resources and manpower' Specially-packed Passover boxes., Korea; in quonset huts in Oki-
that will make possible SederI each containing supplies for 20 nawa, in hotels in Japan, in JWB
hi- wife mri his h(,me hospitality for thousands of i men. were furnished by JWB to servicemen's centers in Panama
'Jewish GIs who cannot get home | the Military Sea Transportation j and jn Occupied Germany and
Service. Similar boxes were made |
available to isolated camps and I (Continued on Page 15 C)
Nisson Hagel
a man was needed to direct it
Today,
charming red-haired daughter he I for"Passover" ThinT'a momenT'of
has never seen, and Prince, his the devotion, effort and warm-
inseparable companion, are a hearted spirit of the small army
busy, active family. His first six
A i.mgcments were
dog for Hagel of the months in Israel were spent in
lade famous by the Seeing i preparing himself for his new
job. He studied Hebrew. He
learned mattress-making, broom-
making, and til the other trades
be seen morning and night | through which the bilnd families
walking through the|of Gedera
rloltowS aWifewayards!Much of the success of this vil-
' lage for the Blind at Gedera is
owing directly to the understand-
ing, intelligence, and patience of
Nisson Hagel. a man the long
provide special care and darkness of ,n*fht could not
n services to hard frighten, nor deter from a useful
ig Foundation in the U.S.
:ry day for weeks the big
cross-bred German Shep-
iDoberman Pinscher, Prince.
to make sure that every-
went smoothly.
En came the establishment
alben, a welfare program in
ligranta in Israel. The
spectacular project in this
[welfare programs the vil-
!m Blind at Gedera, and
GREETINGS
ii-l T. Chandler
LUMBING HEATING
REPAIRING
1118 N.W. 57th Street
life.
of volunteers that will bring
Passover to the bedside of Jewish
veterans in Veterans Administra-
tion hospitals.
To make this "universal Seder"
possibleto bring Passover to
every Jew wearing Uncle Sam's
uniform and to every hospitalized
. Jewish veteranthe National
support themselves. [Jewish Welfare Board started
preparations six months in ad-
vance. More than 30 years of
know-how and experience have
gone into this complex, world-
wide job of planning, organizing,
shipping and mobilization. This
year JWB had to plan Passover
observances for more Jews in uni-
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
WILLIAM W. CHARLES
YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER
Phono 78-5322
GREETINGS
UTUAL LIFE
[INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
510 Langford Bldg.
PHONE 9-4747
HARRY C. SCHWEBKE
AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
WliicjAitrij Sha.
Women's Apparel
738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429
MIAMI BEACH
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4972
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
7737 N. E. 2nd AvenuePhone 7-2404
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
4119 N. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-2441 and 84-1481
Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
"Direct From Farm To You"
PHONE 88-2151
[DAN CHAPPELL
i
[004 Biscayne Building
SEASON'S GREETINGS
REED CONSTRUCTION CORP.
Engineers and Contractors
1345 20th Street ^SlSSS* """
FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
BASCu2eADNAD FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
GODDARD PAINTING CO.
PAINTING PAPERHANGING
DECORATING WATERPROOFING
THOMAS GODDARD
450 N. W. 71st Street ** 89-6924
Jarrett Coffee Company
Roasters and Packers of
COFFEE AND TEAS
501 N. W. Tenth Street
Phone 2-2174
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 9-2291
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
78 Collin* Avenue
PASSOVER GREETINGS
EMPIRE GROCERY
Phone 5-9155
TO ALL
HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. AND MRS.
JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER
AND FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH


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leni*t fkridfiir
FRIDAY
APRIL;
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
International Refrigeration Co.
Commercial Refrigeration
Equipment, Air Conditioning
Monthly & Yearly Service Contracts, Installation On All Makes
SALES AND SERVICE
24-Hour Sen-ice
9913 N.W. 60th St. Phone 78-7535
Anna Rosenberg: Jewish Woman of penu
no wonder you- Ameri
y youi dial Hagan this opp i
answered the young suffragette Rosen
by making her his protege. ,. ,
, Malvina Lindsav
A: I herself with poli- ington p
und time to marry to her
I Julius F an infantry manif,
A .' -
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efforts
' Uking ^vanu
inity nW(f
In
devoted
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had returned from Mrs. RoM-nbt-r? -y.,*
. Sh learned the poliUcaland that's why rm, 1
. enUgh lh^':S-nmic vicS.1
:" ^r the ,
,h* plot;
GREETINGS
HOWARD BACKUS
TOWING LIGHTERING
WHOLESALE SAND CRANE RENTAL
Yard800 N. W. 12th Ave., P. O. Box 681
Yard Phone 3-5019 Res. Phone 7-1042
MIAMI 4, FLORIDA
If Emp
not
. i :.: Assistant D< -
It :
w th Hagan to manage showed up !n thertar^*1
npaign for election. nna R,)Sl',,b*rg. YouSf?
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EbanThe Double-Barreled Diplomat
By DAVID NUSSBALM
VNITED NATIONS. N. Y.
ntion. II
.
in South A
nl Zionist family, I
youi ; Eb : in Engli
ii d in all as-
movement and involved him
ish figure. Reqm I
1 :i and non-Ji
,' OcTober JewiVhTeaders met Sfftafir^iJS
hington, ft C, for a Na- embassy at a rate ou
;:;! 5?WSSaafi ft-,
, the momentous conference .,- .... ....',,. .. ,,, ts iniversity
oceeded, time begfin to run I" .,^r?..ot_f Lli}? .same *" studies them
id some scheduled speech-
laking was eliminated.
minute, however, as
:e was drawing
,.,, decided to go through wnnion spoaking engagements,
speech by Abba Eban. Israel's, -,,,
Lmbassador to the United States '.. Thfe p'^ure ls the same in Israel
chief United Nations delegate. | whenever he returns on
he is nailed for
he spoke, even before English.
Scholarship and cultural inter-
ests have remained the primary
concern of this rising diplomatic
Eban was virtually unprepared. \ ,
B irtly before he addressed the I speeches and draws large crowds, star, and he can speak as knowl-
audience, he scribbled a few ^an has been on assignment out- edgeably and ably on cultural
Lteswords, phrases and an oc-isldt! the country over so long a subjects as on world affairs be-
fcsional sentenceon a scrap oi ; Period of time now that in Israel fore a I'nited Nations committee.
It would be unfair to com- there is a tendency to consider Steeped in the classical Zionist
ba'-c Eban's subsequent perform- I m as "coming from the outside." tradition, there is nothing of the
knee with that of Abraham Lin- Uence, he makes an especial lm- politician in Eban, according to his
pact on Israeli audiences because intimates, nor would his future
of the lawlessness of his Hebrew, lie in such a direction. He is one
Eban is, in fact, a master of the of the few in Israel prominent in
rhetorical art not only in the public affairs on whom it is im-
fcould be imagined on this history-
naking occasion.
The hastily-prepared speech
brilliantly summed up the
Achievements of Israel "the
country speaks to you with the
(cccnt of triumph" pinpointed
lie objectives of the conference
tnd their significance"the poli-
tical and military victories are
provisional in character. They are
not irrevocable. They stand to be
ratified by financial success"
ftnd eloquently sought to rouse his
listeners to great efforts "it
would be extraordinary indeed if
an event which has so impressed
Itself upon the general historical
conscience of our generation were
|o leave a single Jew impassive
or unmoved."
"His mind turns toward es-
sentials rather than issues, re-
ponds to the broad rather than the
narrow," is the way one of his
associates describes his mental
bent.
One of the major draw-backs
to Eban's hectic dual assignment
and the faculties that make him
capable of handling it is a poor
ability to relax. With the demands
of appointments and conferences,
the preparing of memoranda and
the speechifying, the double-
barreled diplomat frequently
works into the wee morning
fcoln, who scratched out an his-
oric address on the train carry-
m him to Gettysburg. But it is
matter of record that the Israeli ,,
liplomat electrified as prominent' ^ln8 s English but in two other possible to hang a party label. It
in American Jewish gathering as ; t"n8"es asu well which is some-| is the social aspects of nation-
I thing he has over Churchill. In building that is his keenest in-
addition to Hebrew, Eban is capa- i terest in the great Jewish ex-
ble of wowing an audience of periment now going on; his poli-
Arabs in their native idiom. His I tical outlook is the general liberal
Arabic, indeed, is superior to most philosophy, with a sharp sense of
Arabs, since he is equally fluent human and social values, in-
in both the literary and vernacu- j herited from his Zionist back-
lar forms of the language, which I ground. It is difficult to stir him
are quite disparate. to consideration of purely tactical
Once during the last war when issues or maneuvers.
Major Eban, then no more than
28 years old, was a British in-
telligence officer in the Middle
East, he fell into a discussion of
the conglomeration of minorities
in the area. An enterprising news-
man proudly announced that he
had uncovered some dozen minor-
ity groups in Syria alone. The
major contemplated a moment,
silently counted off on his fingers
and then for the benefit of his
The extemporaneous sentences | listeners reeled off a list of 33
lilted and sang. Despite the almost sects and nationalities in the Mid-
Impromptu nature of the address,' dle East compiete with a thumb-
each verb and adjective rang with najl description of each.
precision and evocative power. In Associates of the ambassador I hours. He is on the go almost con-
ts whole it pulled every thread wno knew him in nis formative : stantly and even in moments
I ier, struck home at the es- ycars display no astonishment at'away from the harrowing routine
ils of the problem and left "their colleague's newly gained of his assignment he usually has
le conferees keyed up for action.' eminence in this line. They can't something on his mind. He has
remember a time when he did had to dispense almost entirely
not shine with forensic talent, with his long and active interests
One of them recalls a Hebrew in sports.
cultural exhibit in London. "Eban But ask his friends how he is
could have been no more than i able to submit to such a hammer-
16 or 17 at the time." he recol- ing schedule without damage and
lects. "But he was one of the the answer is always the same:
Indeed, speech-making bright boys of English Zionism, "O he, he's young. He can take it!'
presentation of a case, the I and he gave a speech to an as- "
Dossing of an argument or ap- I semblage of Zionist intellectuals
3'.il. the analysis and communica-' at the exhibit. His polished He-
lion of a situationis for Israel's brew expressions, the perfect
post famous diplomat an artistic grasp of the language made a
ession. Whether others give terrific impression."
vent to poetry or other outpour- I Meanwhile, Eban was making
lings, Eban composes memoranda himself a campus figure at Cam-
land orations which glitter and' bridge University as one of the
incandesce and even, at times, ex- shining lights of the Cambridge
Iplode with the illumination and I Union. Each week the Union con-
Ipassion of the higher arts. ducted debates carefully pat-
Today, he is more in demand terned on parliamentary lines,
las;a speaker than any other Jew- [and they attracted considerable
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accounted for bv his oratorical
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Works For U.S.
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON The best
known Jewish proph t
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I>i n..i tment of A ;i iculture. Ho is
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I ins." remaine I I i
cheer Bean after November, 1943.
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world's best known election fore-
caster.
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Almanac" He wondered if elec-
tions could be predicted the way
he forecasts economic trends. This
thought gave birth to a hobby
which by 1930 attracted the at-
tention of President Roosevelt'
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predicted a Democratic victory
in states which the Democrats
thi msi Ives didn't expect to win.
veil thereafter listened t l
Bean's advice on where to cam-
I the hardest.
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tary Brannan, B< en is completing
his 27-:i yeai with the Agricul-
ture Department. An engaging
nan, lie is known for a
sharp ol humor which
makes him a pi
economists. Bean was born in
R brought to A
ica by his parents ;o 1906 at the
.f in. I'.' served in W
War I as a U.S. infantry lieu-
ti nant He ntie to Wash i
m ir>23. bringii th '.i 1:1 de-
from the University of Ro-
' r and Harvard. Empl iye i
as an eci nomist in the Agi c il
turc Department, he rose to the
department's "brain tru
a few ye
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Assistant to the Director of the
B iar l of Economic W Ifare. From
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analyst of the Bureau of the
Budget.
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where he maintains a wife, two
children, and three cats.
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vised what has been called "a
personnel plan for the world."
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fective allocation of the world's 1
workers, was intended as an aid
to the United Nations in fulfilling
the point of its charter covering
the advancement of better living
standards in all countries.
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dictions has surprised even Bean.
He explains: "Somewhere around
1936 I began it as a plaything.
My real job was in agriculture,
in farm income, and so forth. The
basic data revealed a vast con-
sistency which enabled me to
play. I started to use political
statistics in the same way; to try
to find out what their movements
have been and why." He found
that "a knowledge of voting be-
havior over a considerable period
of time greatlv narrows the
sphere of unpredictability." His
predictions have been so close
both parties have called them
"uncanny."
Prophet Bean's new "Midterm
Battle," at one dollar a copy, is |
reaching more people than ever
listened to Daniel's prophecies,
for free. Bean predicts this No-
vember will find the Democrats
losing "25 to 30 seats in the
House, a few senators and a gov-
ernor," but "this is predicted on
no disturbing international sit-
uation."
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FRID EN
CALCULATORS
2500 Biscoyne Blvd.
C ::. us C Service
'' L BAKER, Manager
Phone 9-6429
Safe Convi
Choice Woo;
Ine*
Alum

Steel

A. I. liit|inA
s
Resident A Industrial D.
Crawford & F|eotWOo,
Door for 0ut garaa;-
2S48N.W. 36 '
::
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A HAPPY PASS:
Thi e Hebrew Academy appeared for the fir^t t:-re on television the latter part
VJ. A play the theme cf Pu:im w?s presented under the directic
:-:ru;:cr at :he a:-
>J

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?
Sf 6000
YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS
Office Phcne 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-6060
WM. F. McCLASKEY
MARINE SURVEYOR
343 S.W. North River Drive
GASOLINE < DIESEL ENGINES
P. O. Box 1788 Miami. Florida
ABBOTT ELECTRIC INC.
RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
Wiring Repair*
Aiterati j All Kinda
3400 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-6294
Complete Dairy Se:
HOMOGENIZED
VITAMIN D MILK
PASTEURIZED MILK
CHOCOLATE MILK
CREAM
SOUR CREAM
BUTTERMILK
COTTAGE CHEESE
ICE CREAM
, :ce cream HOLIDAY GREETINGS
C0PLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., INC.
3120 2"d Phono 2..76C
Ml" PROr,UCTS Wt=:"' *>*** .o .ho P.umbin, Trade
1355 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
JOHNNIE BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad T'ac'<"
PaintingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repcrin
74 N. E. 20th Street
PHONE 9-8311
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
W, CARROLL WILSON
Real Estate Appraiser & Consultant
duPont Building
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
' ,"","r,'ir,"'T"i"" .-.Hv,.s Basketball Fob*.
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THE
CJ.KISTLEH
COMPANY
duPCNT BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 2-5154
Lowest Monthly Pay.--.
This Area on Home Lc^r.s
LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance
Charm
TO ALL .
A HAPPY
Radiant Health
Foods
Phone 3-32
Miami's Popular Health Store
125 Seybold Arcade
Dr. and Mrs.
MAURICE J. ROSE
with HOWARD and DONALD
Wish to Extend to All
Their Relatives ar.d Friends
Best Wishes F:r A
HAPPY PASSOVER
w" ard Rochstein.
To All
Greetings
MRS. OSCAR BLASIUS
1688 Meridian Ave.
Miami Beach
__ ,,r-
GREETINGS
Hollopeter
A Post. <
REAL ESTATE
SALES & RENTALS
153 N.E. 3rd Street
Phone 3-7376


Iy. APRIL 20, 1951
*-kni*lirkrMiirn
9-4944 Phone 88-6025
Iter Kent. Iim*.
Stores to Serve You
y,. g i at\ Ii iod i'.'i.uijli to
Got to
B
176 W. Flagler Si.
MIAMI, FLA.
419 Hialeah Dr.
HIALEAH, FLA.
Greetings
)ur Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
IUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
IISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
62 S.W. Third Street
PHONE 2-7664
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TO ALL
SEASON'S GREETINGS
32il WARD PAVING CO.
\TRACTORS
STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS
1731 N. W. 5411: Street phone 89.2718
MIAMI
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 West Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
PHONE 5-0481
GREETINGS FROM
Ilia mi
Conservatory
STUDIOS:
3900 Biscayne Blvd.
Shenandoah:
1122 S.W. 21st Ave.
I Gables: 176 Minorca Rv,
imi Beach: 761 41st St.
Phone 2-4159
A fund-raising meeting for the Combined Jewish Apoeal was
held last month at the Monticello Park Jew:sh Center.
Rev. Jacob Katz, spiritual le?der of the co.-.gregntion, presents a
check to Fred K. Shochet, left, chairmen of the metropolitan unit
' 'ht campaign, as Aaron Siege! end Leo Sheiner look on.
Sheiner spoke before the group. Talking over distribution of
pledge cards are Mrs. Clare Siegel. Mrs. Leah Finkelstein. Mrs.
Esther Goldstein and Mis. Jacob Katz.
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AL PFLEUGER
TAXIDERMIST
15893 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 89-65911
I IMC s Letter T 1 oiuif* Israel
THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
MEETINGS TO ALL
ICCIOLO
tALIAN AMERICAN
RESTAURANT
wn from Coast to Coast
On Our Sidewalk Terrace
Ooen Until Midnight
136 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
ohn F. Allison
LANGFORD BLDG.
IBEST WISHES
FO R A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
Apex Pest
oolrol Serviee
3582 N.W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 3-7500
EARL WHITFORD
te center 0, -933
lly dear '2r. latror.skyi
I as deeply toucned by the action of the Ka-
tional Council of Young Israel in presenting to ae the
second annual awtro. of that organization. And I *.pprecia*.
from the bottor. of ny heart the generous terms of your
letter conveying to m your decision to take this action,
as *ell at year desire to precent me with a 'opy of Israel's
greatest treasure, tne scroll of the Torah.
Pill you, therefore, please convey my thanks to
the National Council on the happy occasion of the banquet
Earning its twenty-seventh anniversary. No or!< is notler,
r.or fraught with promise of a richer, fuller harvest tnan
the training of tiie younL'. Sooner than =any of us realize
the youth of today must assume the responsibilities Which
for the tine being rest on older shoulders.
I wish you the fullest measure oi success in
your work of interpreting the ancient message of Judaism^
in terms of tentieth century A-nericanism to the toys and
girls who come within the sphere of your influence.
IT IS A PLEASURE
TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
HERBERT A. FRINK
MIAMI BEACH
Very sincerely yours,
/fe*
//~
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
FLORIDA PROCESSING CO.
JOSEPH COHEN. WILLIAM RUBIN and WILLIAM KLINE
27TH STREET
HIALEAH
fc-'.'S.
t<_,^-/*
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC
TRAIL PONTIAC. INC.
665 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576
Mr. Jacob 0. Zabronsky,
President,
National Council of Young Israel,
120 Kail Street,
New York, H. Y.
An exact photostat of Ihe original letter sent Young Israel in
1938 by the late Franklin D. Roosevelt, in which the President
thanked the Jewish organization for a copy of the Scroll of the
Torah. is shown above. The letter made no mention of a deal with
Stain as reported widely in a series of articles lauding Franco
Spain and appearing in the Hearst chain of newspapers. (American
Jewish Press Photo).
GREETINGS
Phonos 3-3905 9-2825
Florida Juice & Syrup Co., Inc.
225 N. W. 27th Street
Miami, Florida
ranada Nursery
3 S.W. 8th St. Ph. 48-0986
RUFUS B. PARKER.
TREE SURGEON
^ght Calls Residence 4-3135
Res. 3645 Day Ave.
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. AND MRS. MAX STEVENS
and FAMILY
STEVENS MARKET
5737 N. W. 27th Avenue
Temple Beth Israel of Havana, Cuba, the first Reform Jewish
congregation in Latir.-America to affiliate with the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations, was formally inducted into the
Darc-1 body of Liberal Judaism in a special ceremony last month
in Cuba. Dr. Samuel S- Hollender. center, chairman of the Ur.;on
Executive Board, points to Union charter of membership as Harry
F Price right, president of the congregation, and Rabbi Milton
Weissberg left, look on. Dr. Hollender is also general chairman of
the SI 875 000 Combined Campaign on behalf of the Union and the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Nationally Famous
s i<: a v o o ii
Also CHICKEN STEAK CHOPS
Open Every Day From 11:30 A.M. Till 9:30 P.M.
OPEN ALL SUMMER
EDITH and FRITZ
3236 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-5830


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FRIDAY
APR!,
LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORES___ 1263 West Filler Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Bird.. Coral Cablet
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
IliVluV IMuiiibiiig .Supply. Inc.
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone 9-2641 Miami. Fla.
THE LEVIN FAMILY
TO ALL GREETINGS
PHONE 3-3663
LAWRENCE LIMBER (O.
F. H. A. FINANCING
663 N. W. 14:h Street Miami 1. Florida
GREETINGS
nriiJ Gables Pottery Shop

2931 Cora] Way phone 4g.3055
N'GS
ACME PRODUCE
J. MUMCHICK & H. DIAMOND, Props.
867 Biscayne Street
Miami Beach
TO ALL A HAPPY
PASSOVER
IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO.
SERVICE PHONE 78-5571
<-61 N. E. 73rd Street
Miami
II. L. ROBERTSON
Miami, Fla.
PLUMBING PHONE 83-2695
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
3148 Coral Way
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 N.W. Lejeune Road
PHONE 88-4653
Miami
L I L L I A N H I B R A N T s"
41st Strvvt Flower Shon
423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre PhSn. 5S 7M1
FLORAL FASHION IS T
In Complete Wedding Service
cwi^9 J.ecorating Priva,e Homes and Hotels
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE DELIVER
Bade Refrigerating Co- Ine.
REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street. Miami, Florida
Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
Livesay Window
Co.. Ine.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lune
PHONE 4-2503
WE WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS AND
A VERY HAPPY
PASSOVER
PATROL
CONCORD CAFETERIA
"The Best ol Reasonable rW
1921 Collins Avenue
BARNES CAST
STONE SHOP
262 N. E. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
Hopkins-Carter Hardware |
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
Israel's Currency Requirements
By ADA OREN
TEL AVIV- Israi '.'-
rec. ntinui to
ply thai
:
poui
Is
I 947,
t as-
S
.
had
. -
h Na-
tary of the
U.S. Exi
Nested nt thai
lebl tioi
n .'
itly. the Isi
' tation
cur-
I at slightl;
I illegally
' immigrants, in
' iccumulation
: nsiderable i Aril] n -
i thod is
landing of the
th a currency
own an permitted
transfer it ii
lly. No
II wed ix-
nst luxury exports or in
apitai
ncluded bv
pav-
I e partly in ex-
> ish funds frozen in
intrj
' ningare

consumption al-
'the
r
irse of 1950
.UI' ': '"' essful xporN
. '
n inl i

' ii as
b.
ch can pay us in basic foods
tei iala worth more
thi parts cost us in the U.S.
Many < xporters require sub-
- < ither allotted directly on
basis of net currency earn-
i by pi : a to sell
lucts on the I
ket for h
Ex] I industries have
on available raw ma-
ils, but thi' '.:< neral supply
situ n foi es them to ob-
Mayor Turk Builds B
" ;:' "wn mm
Afl h del i
ent in the Ma
1
. ters m||
em

'. n abroid
I.
e
MIAMI BEACH (AJP) A
hai
te repub-
th s nth .'. 1-will
' rule ;n
inter-faith n
ntin :..: to build this
in bine, skysi i ap< rs and
I as Ami ii a's Number One
Winti : turn.
He is Harold Turk, the young-
est ver to h ffice
:n the city of Miami Beach under
its present form of government.
Originally from New York
whiro he attended St. Johns Col-
and St. Johns Law School.
the 35-year-old mayor first came
to Miami Beach in June 1937.
The following year he married
Stella Wahlstadt.r Within a
month after his marriage he was
admitted to the practice of law
in the state of Florida.
Always active and interested in
civic undertakings, the young
lawyer became councilman of the
city of Miami Beach in May. 1947.
Hi held that post for more than
two years and in the election of
1949 received the highest number
Of votes of all 23 candidates. He
- : < :. d by other members of
the council to serve as mayor.
Active in B'nai B'rith since the
year of his arrival in Miami
ludnfj
... She)
11 .:
inized .M
: B'nai B'ris
d more
for threej
the ; represent^
of F
.'.
S tern states.
May. Turk also .
: the HilU
Council of Greater P
thn '
, He : ::ap< best-h^
: lent ol ti
State his devotifl
cau- f Inti r-.Vnerica
[nh years asi
I and may r, he has recB
. award- fi m the .
peopli America
Thi n me of Harold'
becom synonymoa '
good-w ill m ovemen!
North and South AM
time whi n solidarity I
( the utmost a
Soon after taking.
.councilman, Mayor
not,- of M
location as a gateway"
America He immediate
work ttei relation
1>

TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
To Jewry Everywhere
"RICHAHD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
BISCAYNE FBOBTTil
Y
K I L E S
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
Shoes Dyed Any Color
QUICK SERVICE
1743 Coral Way Phone 4.567?
OUR COMPANY WISHES TO EXTEND TO ALLi
JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
PACKARD MIAMI CO.
1700 N.E. SECOND AVENUE pH


IPRIL 20. 1951
All Our Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
W. J. FICHT
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILROAD
+Jewlsli fhrldllairi
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
L. & H. MILLER CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
|OUIS & HARRY MILLER & FAMILY
Street Miami Beach
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
H. A. Vivian
REALTOR
"Over 25 Years In Miami"
806 Pan American Bank Bldg.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Diamond Cab Co.
1479 S.W. 6th Street
PHONE 9-7575
To Rise Faster Than Exports
Turkish Minister.
ily last year, and
ICenter was found-
It iincentrated on
Ipl uants' relations
bureaucracy. Re-
Ln to compile de-
|i d enterprises
ii the metal and
s such lists are
Israel diplo-
A new de-
e center may
: mts on what
; equipment stocks to bring and
i where to set up shop, if necessary
'on allotments of public land.
I The center's main function is
the approval of enterprises as
eligible for special facilities un-
der the investment laws. In its
first year it handled offers in-
volving 41.500.000 pounds, about
40 percent of them in various
stages of execution and 20 percent
more concerning enterprises
which are already in production
Local capital, including currency
American Relations
Old Turk
Dies to the South.
good-will tours
nation, addressing
and television au-
kammered away at
|of accord with the
in countries and
ice to the United
Turk's efforts on
behalf of the Latin-American re-
publics are hardly limited to the
talking stage. He initiated Miami
Reach's activities in the dip
of bringing about a Pan-Ameri-
can- Cultural Center and Trade
Market in the Greater Miami area,
a project which was endorse'! by
both houses of Congress and by
President Truman.
When the disastrous earthquake
of 1949 brought death and ripped
Ecuador amid a wave of sick-
ness, Mayor Turk assumed lead-
ership in the Eucadorian relief
drive. For this he recently re-
ceived the highest decoration
award from the Ecuadorian gov-
ernment.
Active in literally dozens of
civic, public welfare, and frater-
nal organizations, Turk spends
many spare hours strengthening
Miami Beach's ever-increasing
Jewish program. Some of his
duties along these lines include
his roles as public relations chair-
man of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews; member
of the board of directors of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center and
YMHA; member of the board of
governors of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and many
others.
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
flONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI, INC.
/holesale Produce Crate to Carload
21st Street Phone 3-6491
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
1st
153 N.E. 1st Street
LUNCHEON
Air Conditioned
Closed Sunday
Ph. 2-4733
DINNER
7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
allocations through the govern-
ment covered less than half the
bill; of the foreign capital in-
volved about 30 percent came
from the U.S. The present war
scale had negative repercussions
I on proposed investment from the
I U.S., while it induced many
Western European Jews to take
a more active interest in Israel.
The maximum benefits i
seen in the law are accorded only
to basic enterprises or such ai
sell their products abroad, when
[local sales are limited to a pro-
portion of the plant's currency
earnings. Investors are urgently
advised to bring with them stocks
of materials, it posisble for two
years, and are offered local cur-
rency loans ii necessary.
Investments in agriculture.
commerce and housing, as well
as those of public bodies, do not
usually, pass the center, nor do
| its lists include the numerous
small enterprises founded by im-
migrants on the fringes of the
Israel economy. Since most are in
! the non-vital category, they are
not entitled to priority alloca-
tions of materials.
The great majority of Israel's
citizens have no understanding
of investments in stock, and the
! few existing corporations prefer
' to finance their work from pro-
fits, loans or debentures. The
Histadrut recently began to tap
the reserves of trade unions and
welfare funds for its industrial
expansion projects. Nevertheless,
the available stock is much in
; demand. Foreign capital partici-
i pates mainly through investment
companies registered abroad, such
! as the Palestine Economic Cor-
poration and AMPAL, and
through frozen funds accumu-
lated in Israel from the sale of
i transferred goods.
Remote communities try to
overcome the drawback of high
; transportation costs by offering
I slightly lower wage and tax rates
[ and already developed sites,
, sometimes complete with build-
ings for rent. Government land
; can be bought only by payment
; in foreign currency.
Attempts to develop such com-
munities through enterprises
based directly on public invest-
ment failed ,and were success-
fully replaced only in Jerusalem
by the ereatioh of public funds
for the encouragement of private
businesses. The Jerusalem trade
mark is valued by light export
industries.
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
SUNSHINE'S
BEAUTY SALON
550 41st St. Miami Beach
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1651 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
Miami
GREETINGS TO ALL
.i a c 4| i e s
FINE PASTRIES
EVERYTHING IN INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS
World Famous Pastries Add to the Success of the Party
1654 Alton Road Phone 5-1763
F. A. GRIMMIG. Mgr. and Owner
Catering to Hotels and Clubs
11 III: INSURANCE
A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
as to the condition of title.
CORAL GABLES MIAMI
100 Miracle Mile 83-4654 Langford Building 82-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
TO ALL GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL, INC.
Stata Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-9876
Greetings
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wilson and Son Irving
"Park Inside in the Heart of Downtown
District at no Extra Charge''
WILSON'S GARAGE.
170 N. E. 1st Street
Phone 3-8331 or 2-8404
INC.
Ohmer Cash Registers Speed-O-Print Duplicators
Victor Adding Machines Ediphone Voice Writers
Woodstock Typewriters f
Portable Typewriters All Makes
BADE TYPEWRITER CO.
SALES REPAIRS SUPPLIES
167-169-171 N.E. 2nd Street Phone 3-5335
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS *
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER t
DOUGLAS LUMBER COMPANY \
V.
MR. AND MRS. HERBERT NAURISON
AND DAUGHTER MURIEL ANN
LUMBER AND OTHER BIHLDING MATERIALS
Phones 48-246548-9862
3775 South Dixie Highway Miami Florida


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g fcn iat rkricHain
FRIDAY
The Woman In Israel
A TENN .TT
TEL AVIV A d on of equality for Israel
shelved se\ tes at



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Si
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...
Mosl
...
'.. _.: tatus of v
I nily.
Many Oriental Jews and
Arabs resent the recent raising
of the age of consent for girls
from 15 io 17 and have litt'.c
difficulty in evading it. But
while all parties to such a con-
tract face jail sentences, the
marriage itself remains legal
under the religious law in force
in this country, ard the Jewish
and Moslem religious authori-
ties object even to the provision
giving welfare officers power
to sue fcr annulment if the
family concerned will not.
Rabbis do, however, help wel-
fare officers persuade husbands
to release unwilling child-
brides.
:
Another case in point is poly-
gamy. While a Jewish inhabi-
of Israel may remarry if
his first wite is mentally ill or
refuses to accept a justified di-
ve: ce there is no relief for a
jn in a similar position.
Moreover, a bigamist husbands'
second marriage continue
force notwithstanding any jail
sentence it may have brought
.jr.d can be dissolved only
with the consent of both parties;
but the numerous women who
married ? second lime, usually
under the mistaken impression
that their first husband: had
bed in the European mas-
sacres, find that their second
marriages are automatically
and their children il-
legitimate. All the state can do
tor these unfortunates is drop
criminal proceedings against
them.
lea!

r thai

ther's I Ti i
nate's usual 1
I m; '
.
avail
extei

f 1
rant
Ortl

ti
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...
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I threatens
riu neerii

Although the local divorce
rate is low. the security of
many women is endangered by
the tendency of the settling au-
thorities to register home leases
and purchase papers in the
name c-' the husband only.
Election laws giving women
full equality in communities
where they had not enjoyed it
before, passed without opposi-
tion, although full political
rights for women in the Knes-
seth Israel, the Jewish com-
munity representation in this
country under the mandate, was
established 30 years ago only at
the price of secession by the
Agudsh.

>niinues
turnove.
neweonw using gn
ship particularly to the m
wido ing in the last few
years. Educated women immi-
grants disdain domestic as well
as field and factory labor, al-
though it ^ often the only work
for which they are qualified.
isterity.
.
eatiy i

GREETINGS TO ALL
_a /CJfiamii 7irst Sxclualve (Paint St
TINGLE
PAINT
CO.
-49 S.W. FIRST ST. MIAMI, pL.
TO ALL GREETINGS
B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice-Pres. K1 I
H. Goyen, Treas.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. i.
1
r i
iin
no\ w ki:ik & II M.H. i>(
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
P. O. Box 2210 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13 J
=1
PASSOVER GREETINGS
iii
S|HM*0 Wholesale
I!;ie- 1744 N. W. First Avenue
GREETINGS
Your Local Ford Dealer
cn
no
DC
0
III SKAMI* MOTOil CO. I
4585 Ponce de Leon Blvd. ? .^
CORAL GABLES
*.
_______________............_______Jin:- ~
METALLIC
ENGINEERING CO.
Spec, lizii K in Alloy M, |
275 S. W. 6th STREET
SHOP PHONE 9-5634
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO ALL |
MR. MAX SHLAFROCK
5410 N. W. 14th Avenue
pious J
'______________________;___________________________________ :-.
HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
John V. Hordeman and John V. Hardeman. Jr.
266 Almeria Avenue phone 83.4607
SINCERE WISHES
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk of Criminal
Court
31. S. CONSTRUCTION 0.1
Phon.ll
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GREETINGS TO ALL
*
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PHONE m
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Equipment For Rent
100 Veteran Owned and Operated I
Night Phone 4-6347
DADE GAS CORPORATION
BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES
5998 N. W. 7th Avenue phone 7.g937
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
MR. AND MRS. HARRY ANGEL & ASSOCIATES
Angel's Package Store & liar
30 N. E. 14lh STREET MIAMI 36 FLORIDA
Telephone 9-9289 A
GREETINGS
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Cigarette Service
3898 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fla. Phone 7-6677
AUTOMATIC
CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING
MACHINES
A Service Institution
1911 West Avenue
Now Located at
Phone SM
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Best Wishes For A
HAPPY HOLIDAY
CITY LAI\DKY. IXC.
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GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRII :
MR. AND MRS. HARRY STERN
BOBBY AND ILENE
4527 Sheridan Avenue
AND ASSOCIATES
XEW YORK RAKERY
448 Collir.s Avenue
SEASONS GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
AND
HENRY'S
AUTO PARTS
2038 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 3-1427
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Real Estate
305 Coral Way Phne
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IlL 20, 1951
"fJcnisti Ifh/riidliiain
Cooking
Food For Passover
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For Small Business Individuals
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MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
Joseph Fiorolla
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
Firs! National Bank Bldg.
BEST WISHES
TO MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
iJ
M. N. LIPP
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-7489
The Best For Less
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
ib i-: 1.1. it a k !: si 11: s
SUPER SOFT BREAD
i:
259 Norlhwesi Fourth Street
Miami, Florida
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eggs
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pourj
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nuts, cut
fat
'.'.. add fat and
meal to form a
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tickness. Cut
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350 deg. in a
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id bring to a boil.
1 nuts, Boil slow-
frequently, until
when dropped in
" >\e taiglach on
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
White Rock Bottling Co. of Miami, Inc.
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
SALES MOTOROLA SERVICE
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-6564
Service On All Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television
3300 MARY STREET
PHONE 83-1633
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Jewish Friends
IARKS & CO.
2nd Street
A HAPPY
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L.ORIST
I Ave. Ph. 3-6404
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$
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N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
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^ Manufacturer oi
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street % Phone 7-0953
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61 N.E. 26th Street Phone 2-5365
Air Conditioned
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With Friendly Service
Popular Prices
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from
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Phone 9-0334
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e 2-3586
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3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-6401
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GREETINGS
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TO ALL
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Stores. Inc.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TAMPA, nq
FLORIDA MEDICAL LAEORATC
Ji!
Elaiat Fen Arych. much
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rece: t war. Among iponaon oi
Elaaax 3cr. Aryeh s tour is
A ..-.-- Israel c: America.
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABt
NEWS TOWER GRILL
we a::/, t
Lur.cho3 Sandwiches Soft DrirJa
IN THE NEWS TOWER
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Phone 2-15":
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168 S. E. FItbI St. Miami Flo. P
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PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE tVOU
W. E. FOSSETT. Propri
GREETINGS
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UriTXlLM jfc
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DAIRIES
PHONE 7B-47M
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Lob & Gottfried
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Pr.or.e ;:::;
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Super Sagless Spring Corporation of Fl
JOBBERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF UPHOLSTER^
A P. LAND. Manager
24S5 S. W. 8th Street
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Dry Clear-in;; Dress Suits ".-75
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Phone 4 1345 243 Coral Wen
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PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
S5X V L 4i Ave-ue
PHONE 39-2411
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Realtor
420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
greet:n js
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EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE
ALL MOTOR CARS
1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
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IPRIL 20. 1951
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PAGE 13 C
LL GREETINGS
Bash
billing Co.
[t t. bush
lONOGRAPHS
|,W. 29th Street
Mione 3-4623
HAPPY HOLIDAY
llONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
SSOCIATES
and MRS.
[ SILVERMAN
and the
ER PAINT
J)MPANY
W. FIRST STREET
(H OOLLINS AVENUE
^Miami Beach
ffchw* A" Their Patrons
id Friends a
>PY PASSOVER
&ANCE FOR ALL
;iAL & INDUSTRIAL
5UIREMENTS
lone 3-5761
5. E. 8th Street
)N'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
JACK HERMAN
PRODUCE
[COMPANY
|. W. 13th Avenue
hone 2-5197
>N'S GREETINGS
AND MRS.
IEPH URAM
facturing Jeweler
E. First Avenue
pone 2-2772
IL ORDER WORK
ag and Rebuilding
1 All Jewelry
|REETINGS
I* Fleeman
i Benefit Health and
faent Association
fed Benefit Life
nsurance Co.
nerican Bank Bldg.
I^IAMI. FLA.
Prejudice
RABBI C. E. HILLEL KAUVAR
(Editor's note: The author of
this article, Dr. Kauvar is one
of the best known rabbis in the
country, particularly in the
West and Southwest. He is Pro-
fessor o/ Rabbinic Literature at
the University of Denver.)
In these days, the American
public is prejudice-conscious. The
President's Commission on Civil
Rights has focused national at-
tention on the injustice that is
being perpetrated on minority
groups. Prejudice may be defined
as "a mental decision based on
other grounds than reason or
justice." It is a disease hard to
diagnose since it resembles an
imaginary illness that only a
skillful physician can detect
Recently the Advertising Coun-
cil of America issued a twenty
question test, so that every in-
I dividual who answered the ques-
j tions might be able to take the
measure of his own tolerance, or
his own bigotry. The twenty
questions may be summed up in
this one test: Have you a single
or a double standard of measure-
ment for your own ethnic, racial,
religious, economic, cultural or
political group, and for those of
other groups? If you do not have
the same law and the same judg-
ment for all groups equally,
then you are prejudiced.
There are various grades in
prejudice: the harmless kind, such
as prejudice against the color of
wallpaper, or the dislike of cer-
tain foods; and the dangerous
prejudices that have a devastating
effect upon our fellowmen. The ]
ievil effects of prejudice may be
noted, (1) upon the victim; (2)1
, upon the people who hold the
prejudice; (3) upon society as a
| whole.
Prejudice affects the whole life
of its victim. It often forces him j
to live amidst squalor and dis-
ease, and denies him the oppor-
tunity to earn a livelihood.
Prejudice may be a pin-prick
of social discrimination, or a
sword-thrust of economic boycott,
, or a political disability allowing
a minority group only the status
! of second-class citizenship; or it
may go so far as to become sadis-
tic hate that results in genocide,
or mass-murder.
People who harbor prejudices
and hatred are usually those who
are obsessed by fear and inse-
curity. Anger is a passion that
consumes, and bigotry blinds us
to the truth, makes us deaf to
reason, and stunts the growth of
our personality. The prejudiced
man reverts to the state of an
irresponsible child, or to that of
a savage. His circle is limited. He
loses all the richness that comes
from contacts with other people.
Instead of feeling at one with his
fellow-men, he is unreasonably
suspicious of them. He marks a
step backward in the develop-
ment of humanity; and hatred
and narrowness replace love and
expasion.
The effect of prejudice upon
society as a whole is evil, for
society depends for its continu-
ance, on the cooperation of its
members. Tensions and hostilities
due to prejudices between dif-
ferent groups in a community,
prevent it from making progress;
development and progress can
come only through cooperation,
not through strife. If peoples will
not work together, they will be
exploited against each other with
the result that the standard of
living will be reduced, and the
moral standard will be lowered.
People of every race and na-
tionality have contributed to the
richness of our civilization, and
if minority groups are prevented
from making this contribution,
we are denied the personal rich-
ness that comes from the mingling
of peoples.
We may speak of this malady
of prejudice as repudiation of re-
ligion, for religion preaches love
and justice, and not hate and
slander. The Bible proclaims one
law and one justice for the
stranger and sojourner alike. Pre-
judice might even be called a
betrayal of Democracy, when it
denies any man his inalienable
human rights, because of the dif-
ference of race, creed, or color.
The dangers of prejudice may
be summarized as follows: It
rouses the worst instincts within
us, and thus hurts the perpetra-
tor; the victim of prejudice may
(Continued on Page 15 C)
BEST WISHES
FOR
A VERY HAPPY
PASSOVER
SHAW BROS
OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributors of
Pure OU Company
Products in South-
Eastern Florida
HAPPY
HOLIDAY
McAllister Flowers
"Say H with Flowers
But Say It with Ours"
629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773
TO ALL ... A
HAPPY PASSOVER
John SIiim'v
AND
COLUMBUS HOTEL
In The Heart of Miami
312 N. E. First Street
PHONE 3-2671
S. II. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
MAX AND BEN HIMMEL'S
Ball and Chain
BAR RESTAURANT AND
PACKAGE STORE
Reasonable Prices
OPEN UNTIL 5 A.M.
1513 S. W. 8th St
(Opposite Tower Theater)
Up-xo-Daie Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41H St Ph. 5-6441
Old Friend Of Ours
By ALFRED SEGAL
Passover being at hand, I made
a point of looking up niv old. st
and most esteemed friend Elijah,
as I have done at this season in
other years. I have known him
since I was six years old.
When I was at that age my
father conferred upon me the
honor of opening our front door
on Eighth St. to Elijah at our
Seder. He said, "Now has come
the moment when we let into
our house that great and good
man." I remember how important
I felt as I flung open the door .
"Come right in. Elijah," I said as
loud as I could.
I was very sure of Elijah
promptly entering our dining
room and taking a seat that was
reserved for him in front of the
large-size glass of wine. That was <
a time of my life when I was!
believing faithfully in things un-
seen. The reality of Elijah was;
definite and certain. I knew him
las a very old man with a long
beard that fell to his knees. His
back was bent just like the back
of ancient Mr. Saltzman, who
lived next door and who was re-
r: puted to be 150 years old among
us children.
I must confess that even in
these my ripe years I keep on
believing implicitly in Elijah, just
as when I was six. To psycho-
logists this may suggest an im-
mature mind that hasn't grown
, up much in all the years, and
. that's all right with me.
Only now I know Elijah as a
young-looking man not at all
like Mr. Saltzman who practically
was dead long before the time
came to bury him. Elijah, as I
know him. goes his devoted way
with eager steps like any young
salesman calling on a big pros-
' pect. He is that alert, just as if
he hadn't been walking the earth
these thousands of years, as if he
hadn't been a guest at every Seder
since the beginning of Seders.
I believe in him in the function
that my father long ago describ-
i ed. He said Elijah was the prophet
: of peace and justice in the world.
I Elijah, he said, would keep on
; traveling all over the earth until
peace and justice were safe in
I the world for good. Then bells
| would ring all around the earth
and by that Elijah would know
1 that his job was finished and he
could rest after all the years.
My father said: "We invite
! Elijah into the house to show
that we are his good friends, that
we want the same things he does:
Peace and justice. Peace and jus-
tice are the greatest of all the
things in the world. We under-
stand that from our Torah."
So, knowing Elijah as well as I
do, I had no trouble in finding
him when I fared forth to ex-
change with him the greetings of
this season. I was on my way to
look him up in our Jewish
suburb when by chance I came
upon my friend Mr. Atkinson who
is Episcopalian, a vestryman, in
fact, in St. Edmund Church.
I told Mr. Atkinson that, the
Jewish Passover being close at
hand, I was at the moment look-
ing up Elijah for my columnar
purposes "Perhaps you don't
know Elijah, Mr. Atkinson?"
"I resent that," Mr. Atkinson
replied. "Your thoughtless sug-
gestion that I don't know Elijah
implies that I am an alien to the
idea that he has been promoting.
You may as well have said that I
don't know Jesus or Abraham
Lincoln or Jefferson or Francis of
Assisi. Of course, I know Elijah.
I know him as one of my friends,
as all people know him who love
peace and justice. He is a Jew and
I an Episcopalian but we are the
same kind of guys you might say."
There and then I found Elijah
on the eve of Seder. I had knock-
ed at Mr. Atkinson's heart and
Elijah was there. No need to go
any farther. There stood Elijah,
looking fresh and vigorous out of
i Mr. Akinson's heart.
"Gut Yom Tov," I said a bit
prematurely since the Passover
still was a few days off. "I was
on my way to look you up among
the Jews but there you were in
Mr. Atkinson's heart."
Elijah replied: "Oh I live any-
where, in any heart, Jewish or
Christian, that will let me have
board and lodging. On Pesach I
like to go visiting with the Jews
especially. That's my recreation.
It picks me up to find all the
front doors open to me. Yes, I
remember your face. You were
(Continued on Page 15 C)
'CHARM For Your WINDOWS'
ALL TYPES OF CORNICES
COVERED OR PAINTED
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"On the Trail"
3473 S. W. 8th STREET
Phone 4-6872
TOPS IN CORNICES
*
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1100 N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
$
FOLLOW THE CROWD
COTTAGES
THE COCKALORUM
RESTAURANT & BAR
OPEN
8:30 A.M. to 4:00 A.M.
Phone 81-67190
13501 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 38. Florida
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
GREETINGS
*
3801 N.E. 2nd AVE.
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Margaret Wilier
Beauty Salon
440 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
420 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3658
MIAMI. FLORIDA


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FRIDAY
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
GREG6 SERVICE
AAA
1600 Alton Road
Phone 5-9940
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM"
poLAit mi: cream ro.. i.v.
2120 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 9-4881
lOIICK & Noil
AUTHORIZED THERMO-KING SERVICE
24-Hour Service
9-0302 PHONES 82-3305
1299 N. W. 23rd STREET
Office and Parts House
1281 N. W. 29th STREET
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
DENMARK'S CAST STONE COMPANY
StructuralOrnamental
Modtrn Mantel*Garage GrillsGarden SetaPottery
StonePlaster
12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-M24
SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC.
SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM
Extends to All Their Jewish Friends
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
"Everything in Plumbing"
HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP.
HARDWARE. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS. PAINTS
Phone 4-0569 854 S. W. 27th Ave. Miami. Fla.
ROBERT SCHWEITZER
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
K. B. & H. PLASTERING CO.
"Licensed and Insured"
3556 N. W. 32nd Street
Phone 88-1359
Floyd H. Burmeister Clyde Kennedy
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
K. BI'RXS & SON
JEWELERS
114 East Flagler Street phone 34154
Lt'.lt'uiu' Service Station'
Gas and Oil
GENERAL CAR REPAIRS
1790 N. W. 42nd Avenue
PHONE 83-3839
FRED DAMRAU. Prop.
A Jewish Producer Discusses Hollywood
HUMAN
, v. it's happened
. pa 1 on and
tion I went | i
which is in the hi
lures: St ve Broidy.
tinguished studio
Pictur. well as
hgious congregations,
ium build, with alert blue eyes
Broidy has been described
. Felix Frankfurter, Jack Benny and
It is m liffi ull to compile a list of contem-
eal talents. ......
|j is a man of distinction in both his personal and
rial life. It would be difficult to say whether Broidy's busi-
rd has hem mure distinguished. Sufficient to
highly-publicized industry notoriously teem-
ing'with linn eekers, the key to Steve Broidy lies mainly in,
the fact that he has nevei sought distinction or acclaim, merely
sti iven I r p< fection.
ay, as president oi Monogram studio and its more recently
f,,... | -.-. Allied Artists Productions. Broidy s work, the
business ol making good and entertaining motion pictures, comes
before titles and designations.
"It is my opinion," says Broidy. "that the motion picture busi-
ness is neither dying, dead nor buried. It is still very much with
us. The movie business is a good business and a sound business.
The public likes this type of entertainment best of all types. They
like it better than radio, better than television, and it is on a par
with the most popular sports as a continual interest. In the modern
world motion pictures are a necessity for most of the people, and in
that respect it's a commodity like a standard brand of food."
Broidy believes that the screen is no longer reaching for maturity
people continue to get better entertainment in the theatre than they
do at home. With the exception of sport broadcasts, it is comparative-
ly easy for the motion picture to beat television in the story-telling
department. Also, no matter what the improvement in television,
most people will still want to go out for a good time.
"This doesn't mean to say that television is to be dismissed
lightly.' explains Broidy. "On the contrary, it offers great possi-
bilities and will improve. But the show's the thing, and the public
; will take good shows in any form. At present it is difficult to see
how television can compete with the movies. It is true that recently
there have been loudspoken critics about the quality of pictures.
But I don't go along with them. Most of the public does not go along
either. The pictures today are even better than ever, but they cost i
more to keep them up to standard."
Broidy believes hat the screen is no longer reaching for maturity
in the film masses. The screen public has matured. Hollywood has
assurance now that studios no longer need to fear a subject of drama
because it requires a thinking response on the part of audiences.
Thoughtful pictures, significant pictures, enlightening pictures at
last can be made, and producers need only be mindful of the
primary responsibility of imparting entertainment to the social
substance in order to give them popular appeal.
"It is true that 1951 will be a tough and testing year." Broidy
on, "politically and economically for the world. America,
American business and American movie business. But the film
business will weather the '51 storm. But the going will be rugged.
the financial rewards will be slimmer because the cost of living
s on rising and there is less money left for pleasure. Taxes,
quotas and other such things are constantly bringing up
new problems to picture makers, and the only way we can attempt
ver them is for everybody in Hollywood to realize that we
have to work twice as hard as we ever did before."
Broidy is of the opinion that with courage, intelligence and
hard work Hollywood can make a strong comeback from all the
major reverses and perhaps even get to like 1951's toughness!
This is the \j|r of crisis,*" Broidy continues. "But these coming
nths must be^Fe most creative in the history of the motion
picture industry. Only good pictures will convince the public that
Hollywood still has plenty to offer in the way of entertainment.
more than ever, Hollywood must deal with the most adult-
iences in the history of motion pictures. Not only are
-- as more show-wise but they are also more value-wise.
shopping for entertainment. That is why creative brains
*'mansl essential in the production of movies today."
I the appeal of the movies is primarily to the
made the motion picture business what it
= ": Still ^11 the turn. What they demand from
fl Picture makers and are entitled to ... is pure en-
rtainment is not meant song and dance routines
-ghs alone Th< re is a new conception of entertainment
p.ng m screen drama. A movie can provide diversion and at
ne time have something to say about life and its problems.
If American pictures can ... as I have every reason to believe
bring some measure of enjoyment, pleasure and relaxation to
unions of people, then the motion pictures and the thousands of
i le in Hollywood who help to make them, are indeed a potent
[i T i futurc happiness of the world."
All,H A,U, ?evu Broid-v's regime as president of Monogram and
thl ct, a T ^n eminently successful, and during this period
,e *i"t' haf madc th,e greatest forward progress in its history.
to Hollywood citizens is the fact that Broidy
'mo*V': *ly a5s:iat<- with many philanthropic and Jewish
sTell achieved a major success in those fields
der^ndaMA^ *#* studio- Broidy is regarded as one of the most
'-m*f ?.7 k aCl'?n '" Ph--anthrop.v and social work. He takes
no for bows after an important "assignment in the field of
> completed, but plunges immediately into the next one"
-iutr?, m,- S'nce thl' davs he flrst entered the business of
notion pictures. Broidy is once more pioneering new
fi?M nf v,, nl? m the field of entertainment but in the
Jman relations. On the fingers of one hand can be
the studio presidents of Hollywood whose names mean as
tainmentaswellastheworldof,
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Prejudice
Inued from Page 13 C) .
life, but the evil-doer
\s soul, ilate is a boom-
carries within it "the
>f its own suicide." Pre-
nd hate corrupt character.
jr., society, breed war and
the finer decencies of
on. Like crime, so also
c<> does not pay.
history of mankind has
part the history of the
ling of fear and of pre-
IBecause it is so dangerous
ignore or tolerate pre-
jur social engineers have
discover a cure for this
disease. As for myself,
panacea for the plagues
or bigotry or greedor
adjustments of life. But I
like to suggest these
. We can reduce the
prejudice by fostering
[jl. and by detecting and
ijudice. Let us be-
iurselves; let no one of
llgc this dangerous con-
F; ii. In order to neu-
\ ce, it is well to look
i 1 every case and to
the true facts, because
|1 cannot rise higher than
of information. Truth
means of dispelling the
tanaticism and of slander.
I v for poisonous
ida. Let the victims of
mine themselves
!< i self-correctionre-
i I their shoulder.
I nic phrase, take
b'. ii : their own eye be-
I : for the mote in
t y< It has been
lid that "when a man
v ising finger at his
TS of his hand
B ; ". Let us con-
inequality, dis-
li nju tice, so that
|i n >y the fruits
I < cure and un-
tesl his own
trj and prejudice
V 1 r;l brothei
ki thf Jewish Sage
ir balance,
it judge your
v iu have come
V "What is hate-
50.000 t-lll-Sl S
For l';isso\rr
(Continued from Page 1 C)
Austria; in makeshift quarters in
Alaska; on board ships at sea; at
embarkation points; in camp mess
halls and chapels, in synagogues
and Jewish Community Centers,
in hospital beds.
Ready for any contingency
wherever Jewish fnen and women
in uniform may be at Passover
time, JWB has also provided for
large numbers of unexpected GI
Passover guests.
Fifty thousand or more guests
for Passover! That's a lot of peo-
ple for Passover or for any other
holiday. But not to JWB, which
at the peak of World War II
provided Seders for better than
a half a million Jewish GIs
around the world. And this year
again, JWB is at their side on
Passoveras always.
PAGE 15 C
another." In other words, "des-
pise no man; judge every man in
the scale of merit."
In the words of the poet.
"Don't look for the flaws as you
go through life:
And even when you find them,
It is wise and kind to be some-
what blind.
And look for the virtue behind
them.
For the cloudiest night has a hint
of the light
Somewhere in its shadows hid-
. mg;
It is better, by far, to look for a
star
Than the spots on the sun abid-
ing."
In one sentence, to help eradi-
cate the plagui ejudice, we
need information, understanding
and the wisdom and the will to
live together as members of one
brothei hood.
GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 27lh Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
.
not do unto
TO ALL GREETINGS
II CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO., INC.
N.W. 21st Terrace 2-5462
A Friend Of Ours
(Continued from Page 13 C)
that small boy who opened a door
for me long ago."
He, d'dn't look at all tired after
all the years of getting around.
L.iKe a bright young traveling
salesman who has had some bod
weeks on the road, he didn't
Semr '." the last discouraged.
well.' I asked him, "how does
Jt go With you in the world," as
if I didn't know.
"Oh," he replied, "it's not so
bad as you think. So many doors
are open to me. Jewish doors
Christian doors. So many hearts
are open to me for board and
edging. That's a good sign, you
know."
I told him I was arranging to
have a couple of my grandsons,
Jan and Paul, to open the door in
our house together "The kids
will feel privileged. Of course, it
isn't strictly ritual to have two
boys open the door. It s going to
be a sort of double welcome at
our house, you see."
Elijah thought that was a grand
idea "Notice how the genera-
tions come up, one after another,
to keep the door open for me.
You let me in when you were six.
then your children did it, now
your grandchildren. Don't you
see. there!s hope as long as people
keep on being hospitable to the
idea of peace and justice. One
generation after another. That's
what keeps me going hopefully.
I'll be getting there in time."
'You mean, Elijah, the time
when the bells will ring all
around earth, and peace and jus-
tice, as my father told me? Then
yoUAvill rest, and may that time
come soon. Elijah."
"Oh. we're getting there, we're
getting there," he exclaimed.
"Maybe in a hundred yea:-:' And
with that he swung off hopefully,
gaily almost, down the street.
GREETINGS
American Pharmacy. Inc.
744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202
Marion Drug Store
1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621
Rockmoor Pharmacy
5901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2011
Red Bird Pharmacy
5725 Bird Road
SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY
TILE MARBLE TERAZZO
2500 S. W. 28th Lane
4-6037 PHONES 4-4475
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
GREETINGS TO ALL
SKAGSETH
YOUR FRIENDLY STATIONERY STORE
55 N.E. 1st St.82-4611 1468 N.W. 36th St.9-8911
7936 N.E. 2nd Ave.78-0511 1462 Washington Ave.
UAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES, Inc.
FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
lham Building
Phone 3-5471
[ TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
HAPPY PASSOVER
L. L POWELL & SONS
iLenox Avenue
REALTORS
Phone 5-3357
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Houser Company, Inc.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
| Mortgage Loans & Investments
Houser Realty Co.. Inc.
Real Estate Property Management
National Bank. Miami Phone 3-2648
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-8997
IIUTEI'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TYRCS T. TRIII
1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
DR. F. II. FISHER
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
921 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3530
GREETINGS FROM
THE LEAR SCHOOL
Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th
Mornings: Academic Instruction
Afternoons: Music, Dramatics and Swimming
LARGE PRIVATE POOL ON PREMISES
1010 West Avenue Phone 5-0606
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Wont You
ilai'-a-Tampa
Cigar?
"They're Better"
Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacco Company
73 N.W. Eighth Street Phone 2-8185
MIRACLE WEDGE
to all a most happy Overhead Door Company of Miami, Inc.
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
V\0 MRS. DAVID II. ItROOKS
BEACH FOOD CENTER
1421 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER
ROGERS
Ilrakc Service
Brake Service
Wheel Alignment
3200 N.E. Second Avenue
Phone 2-9579
Miami 38. Florida
SALE SERVICE INSTALLATION
7111 Biscayne Blvd. Telephone 78-5513
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET
192 N. W. Nth Street Phone 2-8865
COMPLETE LIN OF GROCERIES AND MEATS
JACK ROHER. Proprietor


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Miami, Florida
Get real smooth riding.,(
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL GREETINGS
LaFRANCE CLEANERS
& DYERS
SERVICE SATISFACTION
244 N. W. 35th Street. Miami
HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave.
INSURANCE
3-3331
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BLIND CO.
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
REFINISHING REPAINTING
35 Almeria Ave.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-6921
with a
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much longer than ordinary greases.
Stop in today! Let us give your car a long-lastinj
Trojan Grease Job.
Season's Hrvvtinas ...
A DRY GAS BOTTLED IN MIAMI
Plant 1150 N.W. Seventy-Third Street
SINCERE HOLIDAYS
GREETINGS
FROM
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SCHOOL
LSO HUBERMAN
1021 Biarritz Drive
PHONE 86-6811
MIAMI BEACH
Your Friendly
Cities Service
Dealer
'an
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Atwill & Co. Investment Banke
605 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
First National Bank Bldg.
PHONES 5-5816 82-2636
DRI-GAS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Henry E.
eORFORATII 11 Mangels Company
Distributors for
1829 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 3-8602 SvMitZ

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122 N.E. 11th St. Phons 3-8311
"GLASS FOR EVERY PI
Distributors Libbey, Owens, Ford Glass Co.
Distributors Insulux Glass Block
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MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
GREETINGS TO ALL
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Ill IIJM.M. MATERIALS
JAL WIN
STEEL WINDOWS STEEL BUCKS
ALUMINUM WINDOWS
Millwork Nails Steel Specialties
3501 N. MIAMI AVE.

GREETINGS
Jack Wechsler
TOBACCONIST
326 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-1544
A
MOST
HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
S.J.
420 Lincoln Road
Realtor
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FRIDAY. APRIL 13, 1951
SEC. D
Iron's Srvic* llur \jtii Off Jewish Foster I families
I n's Service Bu-
( |, -:rcs to build
,,l Jewish families that
n-illing to serve as fos-
i, ,| the need arises, Mrs.
chairman of the
| this week.
Hiams noted that there
ijSh i ister-home place-
placement problem seems to be
more difficult when the child is
Jewish. For some unexpl
reason, there is a dearth ol avail-
able foster parents in these cases.
She said that in the pas!, it has
taken anywhere from six months
to three veins to place a child
in a congenial Jewish foster home,
Miss Fortney emphasized the
fact that the period of foster care
is rarely less than several months,
and in many cases runs into sev-
eral years. There can be no guar-
antee, however, as to the length
Of time the child will remain
with his foster parents.
Any Jewish family interested
in this program and willing to
help is urged by Miss Fortney to
contact Mrs. Margaret Harriett.
home finding and home study de-
partment, or Miss Julia Hatch,
executive director, at the Chil-
dren's Service Bureau. 127 N. W.
2nd St.. telephone 2-3166.

Nat L. Williams
Hicv in the Miami area at
but there is a definite
time to time for such
ling to Miss lone Fort-
tike supervisor, Jewish
Ifrem Dade County homes
Blly are forced to seek
home when their
fcnts are unable to care
properly because of
lillm working hours or
broken homes. Miss
that in most in-
t ntribute some-
Yale Faculty Members
Back Anti-Bias Bill
HARTFORD (AJP)Approval
of proposed legislation intended
to eliminate discrimination in the
selection of students to be ad-
mitted to Connecticut colleges
and universities was urged this
week by 18 members of the facul-
ty of the Yale University Law
School.
The letter by the faculty mem-
bers addressed to the Connecti-
cut General Assembly followed
by three weeks a legislative hear-
ing at which rcpresnetatives of
all the private Connecticut col-
leges and universities, including
Yale, denied there was any dis-
crimination. The urged defeat of
the proposed anti-bias legislation.
Fruchtman, Ginsburg
Named Co-Chairmen
Zionist Bond Drive
Charles Fruchtman and Ben
Zion Ginsburg have been ap-
pointed co-chairmen for the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District Israel
bond campaign, according to Alex
Van Straaten, president.
Members of their committee in-
clude S. A. Goodman. Louis J.
Krensky. Eliiel Lesowoder, Judge
Kenneth Oka. Harry Platuff and
Hairy J, Sonz.
The committee will i
with the Greater Miami Commit-
tee for Bonds of the I i
government, which will operate
under the aegis of the American
Financial and Development C r-
pi ration for Israel.
In announcing his appoint-
ments. Van Straaten issued the
following statement: "These ap-
pointments are in line with the
pattern that has been developed
for organizing the entire com-
munity for the Israel bond drive.
American Jewry must insure the
success of the S50.000.000 bond
drive which is the largest ever
floated by any foreign govern-
ment in this country.'7
Orlando Rabbi Named i
Patrick Base Chaplain
Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum of
Olev Shalom Congregation, Or-
lando. Fla., will serve the reli-
gious needs of the Jewish per-
sonnel at Patrick Air Force Base,
ejpnnrin River, Fla., according to
an announcement by Rabbi Mi x
D. Davidsoh, of Perth Amboy. N.
J.. chairman of the Division of
Religious Activities of the Na-
tional Jewish Wi Ifare B lard.
JWB's division of religious ac-
tivities has built up a corps of
some 200 rabbis who, in addition
to servin gtheir own congrega-
tions, also functii n as part-time
chaplains for Jewish servicemen
and women and veterans at the
installations and hospitals in the
vicinity of the rabbi's home com-
munity.
Hillel BBG To Present
Play At Next Meeting
A Passover play entitled
"Freedom" will be presented by
the religious committee of Hillel,
B'nai B'rith Girls, at the horns
of Maxine Gerstenfeld, 842 Se-
villa Ave., on Wednesday night,
April 25.
On Thursday evening. April
19, inste id of their i < gular n
ing, the girls were instructed in
the proper use of make-up by
two guest beauticians from a
downtown department store.
A play, "The Odd Man." was
presented by BBG to entertain
Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women
Tuesday night, April IT.
The girls have recently been
active in collections f r F.
Lilly Tag Day.
Dedicate Service Club
In Al Jolson's Memory
NEW YORK (AJP)Stars of
stage and screen are scheduled
to attend the opening this week
of a free servicemen's canteen
support of their dedicated to the memory of Jew-
lle in the foster home. ish showman. Al Jolson. The
it people who |canteen, which is being estab-
lished by the Brooklyn Veterans
of Foreign Wars, will provide
lounges, writing desks, and re-
1 voung." she stat-
k seem to have
e life best suited
n mind."
Miss Fortney, the

Rabbi Singer To Speak
To Temple Israel Youth
Rabbi Richard E. Singer,
spiritual leader of Temple Israel
in West Palm Beach, and director
of Sky Lake Camps. Sautee, Ga.,
will be in Miami Sunday eve-
ning, April 22. to address the
Confirmation Class and Youth
Group of Temple Israel.
The subject of Rabbi Singer's
talk will be "Your Week at Sky
Lake." He will discuss plans for
the 1951 Youth Conclave of the
Southeastern Federation of Tem-
ple Youth, a week-long program
of study, discussion and recrea-
tion scheduled for August 23 to
30 at Sky Lake Camps.
Participating in the Youth
Conclave will be young people
from reform Jewish congrega-
tions of Florida. Georgia, Ala-
bama, Tennessee and South Caro-
lina. There will be two groups,
a junior set of boys and girls from
12 to 15 and a senior group from
15 to 21. Dean of the faculty of
the Youth Conclave will be Rabbi
Sidney M. Lefkowitz of Jackson-
sonville. Member of the faculty
creational facilities for service- I is Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
men and women. __________________
P
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AJC Unit To Elect
Miami Chapter of the Ameri-
. can Jewish Congress will elect
officers and board members at
i its next meeting on Wednesday.
April 25, at 1 p.m. in Burdine's
Auditorium, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Ruth Hertz,
; president.
Guest speaker for the occasion
I will be Miss Carol Coan of New
York, whose subject will be "The
! Role of American Jewish Women
Today."
Palsy Appeal Set
Plans are now in progress for
the annual appeal for funds to
help cerebral palsy victims in
Dade County, announced Mrs.
! Elizabeth L. Virrick, president of
i the local group.
A campaign committee is being
1 organized, she said, and will be
1 ready to conduct the drive during
May.
Mrs. J. G. Knapp is secretary
of the local group and Irving
Goldman, executive director.
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Over 50 guests attended the annual luncheon of the Greater Miami Cantors At
the Victor Hotel on Thursday. April 12. The affair honored Cantor and Mrs. 7 K **''
Moishe Kussevitzky and Robert Strassburg, music consultant of the Jewish Cent b*u1
Pictured are (seated, 1. to r.) Cantors Jacob Tambor. Kussevitzky. Samuel Kelemer '" i?
association. Z. Kwartin. Rabbi-Cantor Joseph Rackovsky. Cantor J. Y. Goldrina- if*
Car.:crs Joseph W. Malek. I. Teich, M. Feinerman. L. D. Feder. Mr. StrassbuVq'"clu^?l
Bereie Kelemer and Maurice Mamches. Cantor Paul Beck, also a member of the assort!!!!.1
pictured.
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To Nrat lo.ultrs
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s imuel Ki
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B< n Yomen, Samui Ki le-
Howard Melnick, Ted Nel-
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Kenneth Oka, J J.
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J- :i. rwenntun UKa, j j. Holler.
^ Samuels. Louis Soh-.vartz-
.nd Robert Si
lav in June at its disi
' feels sun 1950
''" ip a near-top-
.. I mutu'
:n
musical entertainment will
include selections by the Cantors'
iation Choir and other local
ts,
Passover Greetings to All
from the
VICTOR HOTEL
Passover Meals Served During the Week
Strictly Kosher Cuisine
rtl2th Ca!15-0C41
Dov Group To Meet
Chapter of Mizrachi W. m.
ill meet Wi Ini lay, April
I '- p.m. at hi El Center
m thi i Iren's
I part} I to discu
a .'.:
Wheel Balancing (Q
and AH f
' Set Camber and Castor
' Adjust Toe-in
' Balance Two Front Wheels
SPECIAL
ALL
FOR
$il.98
4
Labor Only
Weights Extra
-*<3 "^.. '-"' T"C CONVINI1N1 i I
TWO CONVE-
LOCAT.ONS
.OS5W.FLAGURST. PHONE 9-644. 00 N.W. 7th AVE. P>"oNt 2,40
THE FINEST TREAT
FOR PASSOVER
FROM is?.;
ELITE
Chocolate
n y &
Truly Delicious!
Now Obtainable at
Food Fair
Carl's Markets
MIAMI
SOIL
TOP
CO.
.
Wholesale and
Ret
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21s, Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
COULTON BROS. GARAG!
Witt-leu 1 R
Free Ptck-L'p and Del!v(
u
THE GREATER MIAMI
VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Asscciatice
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish FsiiJ
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater*!
Vaad Hakashruth ', C 2 is displayed:
2.
3.
4.
And to buy only chickens with the ring of the GXl
fl 1 D i as this is the only identification whichfi
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet;
A slit on the throat of a chicken is not proof tfottj
kosher, according to the Jewish Law;
Stores which were endorsed previously might a
endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see if thi
of the G.M.V.H. is displayedDO NOT TELEP3
YOUR ORDERS!
AND ANNOUNCES
That the following poultry markets in th
CITY OF MIAMI
arc 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, 143 H.W.^
CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St
FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO., 230N.W.
KENHOLZ MEAT & POULTRY MARKET.
2634 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
(NOTE: Several of the other meat markets did noij
the Mashgiachs to enter their stores, and they are"
chickens without identification, and those markets a
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 EspMu
KAPLANS KOSHER MEAT MARKET. 552 Washington
MALTER'S KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARK
436 Collins Ave.
S & H LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 320 Collins A-
AND ALSO ANNOUNCES
That
s'.gns such as "Traditional Dinners
"Kosher Style," "Jewish Style." or Sacrarr.
Scved," definitely do not assure kashruth
Jewish
-en:*'
n4
For Further Information Concerning Kas.ir
uth CU
:
Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Harry Sirkin. Pres.
H. Sootin. Secy.

s.


incil Women Elect Mrs. Oshlag
Juliet N. Oshlag was
fed president of the Miami
on of the National Council
Evish Women at the organiza-
, cent meeting,
lo named to office were Mrs.
ncler Libow, Mrs. Leonard
nor. Mrs. Theodore Pritikin,
dents; Mrs. Leopold L.
recording secretary;
Mrs. Bob Schwartz, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Barnett
Freedman, financial secr<
Mrs. Martin Belle, assistant fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Aaron
Kanner, treasurer; Mrs. Max
Dreyer, auditor.
Mrs. Harry Barnhard was
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee. Other members included
National Merchandising Cited As Inflation Curb
NEW \ORK. N. Y.The Amer-
ican system of merchandising
the Mesdames Belle, Herman A.
Binder, William Capland, Adah
Joseph and Nat L. Williams.
Installation is slated for Wed-
nesday, May 2, at 12:30 p.m. at
the Saxony Hotel.
brand name products is an im-
portant curb on inflation, says a
nationally-known retailer.
Bernard F. Gimbc-1. president
of Gimbel's department stores,
speaking here to a Brand Names
Day audience of 1200 retail ex-
ecutives, said: "The national
brand manufacturers stand as a
bulwark against inflation by con-
stantly maintaining their quality
at the lowest possible price."
Gimbcl spoke at the conclusion
of ceremonies at which 17
chants from all parts of the
try were honored as "Retailers of
ithe Year" and 49 others were
'cited for their outstanding work
in promotion of national-brand
1 products.
now the tyrant they fear is time
Here are people who in a few minutes... an hour.. .will put fear
and oppression behind them as they wing their way on a giant
[plane to the welcoming land of Israel.
You gave them this chance to find freedom. Your contribution to the
Cited Jewish Appeal helped to pay for the planes and ships which
in three years have brought half a million Jewish refugees to Israel.
But for every life saved, another is still In danger.
Today, now, 200,000 Jews who bear on their minds and bodies the
scars of every dictator the modern world has known, wait in Eastern
Europe and in the hostile Arab lands-wait for rescue.
TTiwted Jewish ^ppeal
on behalf oj Joint Distribution Committee
Vnited Palestine Appeal United Service for New Americans ____
Anxious eyes turn to the clock and calendar. For now the tyrant
they fear most is time. Suddenly, they have received pennission to
emigrate. But tomorrow, the exit doors may slam shut. It has happened
to others-it can happen to them. Time is running out.
Will the ships and planes which are needed for their rescue arrive
before it is too late to save them from danger and oppression?
Well... will they?
The answer must come from you, through your contribution to the
United Jewish Appeal.
Give now, before time runs out. And give more than ever beforel
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida


i J1UI. t i-f
raiDjn
Pr. Robbins Heads Courshon Bids For Council Seat:
temple Men's Club Calls Current Council "Detriment
Dr. Alexander Robbins was
elected president of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth Sholom at
the club*s annual election meet-
ing last week. Dr. Robbins suc-
ceeds Frank Kamen who had
been president for the pas: two
years.
Other officers elected we: >
presidents: L,u;:s Haftel, Martin
Rokaw and Dr. Norman Russ:
secretary-treasurer. Benjamin B.
Goldstein.
Board members include Nor-
man Arkin. Emanue! B
Myer Friedman, Jerome Greene.
Frank Kami n, M in :.- J K
Jack Lawson, Carl Lundy. D< v I
I D Rajna, Alex
S Sha] I. .: -
Betram w.::,. and Hai j
Zukem:rk.
Aaron Coursnon.
business man. civic leader, and
pioneer resident of Miami Beach.
formally announced his candidacy
:,>: the Miami Beach City Council
last
Declaring that the Miami B>
City Council "has been an object
prominent | and decorum to the councilmans
chambers is imperative if Miami
is lo en.ioy the respect
, .. :.-. tourists and press
of the nati n
'It has always been my belief
that municipal government is the
and that

nation
it has exhibit
.vaclatioVandp^crasti- yxre^nced bus mess men at Ui
i when acting upon neces- SSSS.'^lfft
l.orlii'i" Chanter
Installs Ir.Klcis
An .:.- nor-
ers il
S tior H
: Jew ish Childri n in I
'
ly. April 15, at 7 :
O::
M: s. S.'l A'.'
.Mrs Harold Solomon, .
Mrs I"1./, id Lov
Mrs
I .. :-.. cor:,.
Mrs Bernard
Mrs. Sanford Swerdlin, fin
si retai Mrs Albert Gn
auditor: and Mrs. Myr n C
Mrs, Abraham B: omst n and
Mrs Allen Michaelsoi
iffair was Mrs
tl Mr.- M F I
past president of t :.'.-
. mi chapter, -.>. as inst llinj
ficer,
business of the communi-
I requires competent and
- men at the
I
am
to the council I can de-
vote my full time and attention
I its manifold duties.
T i ofti n th( average citizen
:s overlooked, and any request
make to the council
. mt the dignity
tion that tl
i I pledge to
ever of the city
of Mi Bi :ted I
tl r pre-
LUicil in a
tful and courteous manner.
"I si |uestion
Ught-
nd I shall vote on i
li m impartially, and in ac-
the best in:*
of the people and the city of M:-
B
I think this is what the voters
and what the city needs
its C 'uncilman and that is
I am running."
Aaron Courshon is a member,
of the city planning board, co-
hairman sidewalks and parking
committee bridge committee. Ma-
Emma La2aruTn!?
to Hear Dr. Mi h7
D' Donald M,ci;-?e,80t
of the Hille] FourSji'^
University of Mia^S11*
university *ludcnXs vif**
a program based on m$*
ties to be presented" '!^
meeting 0f the Em*''3
Chapter. B'nai B'nth ^
and Profession.] yj**
T,U?Kda^ Ap,il 24. Ife
at the Seacomber Hotel815'
jngher are Ethe. Bftfl
Abe Kurman, prominent Miami
Beach hotel owner, has been cited
as "outstanding worker in the
clean-up division of the 1951
Combined Jewish Appeal" by
Samuel Friealand. campaign
chairman. Kurman. who has
worked in every division of the
drive, has covered "twice as many
cards as any man working in this
final phase of the work." Fried-
land said.
World-Wide Service'
Send Your pa880ni
FLOWERS
by wire
Phone
5-0469
Lincoln Road Florist
1229 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Aar C urshon
sary impi vemenu :
'the presenl I with being ..
seri letriment t levelop-|a .-,:c Order, Civic League, Elks.:
Gerstens To Sponsor
Camp Scholarship
Mr and Mrs Harry Gerstei
Miami Be
ip which .
I Tel V- iradah. S. A G
::.":- :'"'--- :: "' th{ X :..-
\outh C has an-
nounced.
Tel Yehudah. a camp project
by national Young consequent benefitT
T.,j___ .. ------------- -'------ w.-iHuciM uc-iiciii. iu me
of the people of M
u -: >kM >ung Judaea pro- Beach
mi nt :' M
Courshon did r. : -:
n .
tatemenl
AS
"I ..:
because I sincen
is needed. 1 ire thai
..:.. il-
purport 1
the people of Miami Beach are
|uati full lling their re-
sponsil n my ob-
.-. particularly in the last
two years, that though many
promises have been made for the
benefit of '.he city, they have
been far short of fulfillment, and
to the best
lami
Fifty-two Association. Temple
Jacob, vice president of the
Hebrew Academy, member of the
Z. O. A.. B'nai B'rith. He is also
a member of the Miami Beach
Businessmen's Association and
the Normandy Isle Improvement!
Association.
Courshon has been active in
the lighting of Lummus Park of j
Miami Beach and was a strong
supporter of "the whiteway"
lighting of the streets, reducing '
traffic hazards, and the erection
of the audit&rium.
SAVE
ANY
DAY OR 571GHT
rough daily ving in a
rat
Additional in ,v be
tamed by calling the Z. nist
n at 58-4643
flabb) Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
"The indecision, vacillation and
astination that has been ex-
hibited by our recent city council
in acting upon necessary im-
provements has been a serious
detriment to the development of
Miami Beach as a metropolitan
"During the last two years the
ing, the name-calling and
, resultant bedlam that has char-
acterized most of the council
meetings has made this bodv the
object of public ridicule and de-
nsion. A restoration of dignitv
I WANT MY MILK
To All My Friends
and Acquaintances
A Most Happy Passover
Morris "Moe"
Berick
1522 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Current Rate Is 2y2% Per An
NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
N.E. 6th Avenut at 125th St.
Skcpard Irood.
>UhI
North Miami
M Drtpr,
And Be Sure rt
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
End of Bird Rd. A Sn,p,r Crk
LONDON ARMS.
Mitel
WE CATER
Banquets
Weddings
Bar Mitzvahs
All Kosher Butcher Stores
in Greater Miami
will be closed
All Day
SUNDAY
Beginning April 22nd. 1951
Sponsored by
Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Ass'n.

sover
Is
Dining Room
Opt th
Public
Phone 5-1264
727 COLLINS AVE. :?XX
0d. .'.0"ol bfHnllH M ittiSBiiO 0 IIAMiON M SWtMAN
SZ3S2
MIAMI HEBREW BOOK STORE
751 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
PaKsover Greeting*
to ilt- Entire Jewish Coininunitv
Phone 58-6942__________________Owner: Rabbi N. Lipschitz



)AY, APRIL 20, 1951
fo Top Ranking South African Jewish
>aders Celebrate 70th Birthdays
:lewisfi Hrm-Minn
PAGE 5
I
Bv EDGAR BERNSTEIN
JOHANNESBURG Two nut-
ding figures in South African
wryMorris Kentridge, vet-
irliamentarian, and Adolph
ex-mayor of Port
,bethhave just celebrated
70th birthdays, and the
. leading Jewish organiza-
joined to express ap-
of their work. Both are
n the highest esteem not
in the Jewish community,
all sections of the
African people.
Kentridge has probably
. ord of parliamen-
t oi any member sit-
n the Union's Legislature
He was first elected to
ill in 1914. and with
ouple of interruptions,
i n returned to the House
nee.
.,,i n in Lithuania, the son of a
:. he was brought up in the
lh of England, where his
settled while he was still
ihild. He was educated at the
ius St. Andrews University
|S land, while his interest in
|- s first began. He came to
iih Africa as a man of 21. and
ten practicing as an attorney
[Durban. Here public life soon
lined him, and he became ac-
in general politics, and in
:i urs of the Jewish com-
| He became a member of
unionist Party which cam-
| i [or ihe amalgamation of
. ur colonies of those years
the Union of South Africa.
quently, he joined the
Party, and it was as a
t candidate that he was first
I to Parliament in 1914.
In 1917 he settled in Johannes-
: id within a year was
i its Town Council. Here
Ihe most hectic phase of
K ntridge's public life.
n those years had to fight
II battle in South Africa.
I championship of various
r n the Rand brought its
i into conflict with the au-
- .*? ?.'On the wall of his
V in his Johannesburg home.
ridge still has no. tly
i souvenirs of his pol-
fi tie of that periodhis
I kets of the times he was
>ted, with other Labor lead-
f r his championship of the
I s' cause.
I rateful Johannesburg con-
t -. returned him to Parlia-
| eli ction after election. He
ike with Labor to join the late
Bc'ld Marshal Smut's party in
h- I930's, and he was one of
chief supporters in the
that led to the formation
the Fusion Government of
me of the most progressive
pvernments the Union has had.
Daring the war years, Mr.
I Ige was of invaluable help
assisting the government to
Mile various industrial disputes
threatened to interfere
ith the Union's war effort. A
ii the confidences of the
classes, whose cause he
consistently fought. Kent-
I proved an important ne-
' r.
le by side with his parlia-
iry work, he continued his
lublic service in the Jewish com-
unity, A life-long Zionist, he
vice president of the South
I n Zionist Federation, and
1 lpcd to win the sympathy
P> many South African Cabinet
leads for the Zionist cause. In
rjiament and out, he has fear-
ssly raised his voice in defense
the Jewish community against
pander and calumny.
Adolph Schauder was born in
'ilicia and received his educa-
tion in Vienna. After a brief stay
in England, he migrated to South
Africa in 1899. and upon the -
break of the Boer War he et
listed f ir service with the British
forces here. After the war, be
settled in Port Elizabeth,
idu illy established hii
in business.
His material struggle ovi r, h
turned his i tti ntii n I i public
wi rk, He helped to achi \
mony and coopi i atii n
warring factii ns in P irt I
beth Jewry, and as the chai
ol the city's Orthodox C
tion rapidly becami a
progress in the ci mmunity. He
placed Hebrew education in Port
Elizabeth on a s >und I
became identified with
every aspect ol communal work.
His activities extended also to
the South African Jewish Board
of Deputies, on which he has held
office as a vice president for
many years.
He made his entry into civic
affairs in 1922, when he was
elected to the Port Elizabeth
City Council, and began devoting
himself with characteristic energy
to one of the most difficult as-
(Continued on Page 6 D)
STOP THAT
Toilit Tank
COMMON
Nuisance
IISTAU T0B*r
1 i.llv
Gnitrnnferd
At Your Hardware Dealer or
Phon. 7-7574
Master Bal-Gald
*-Q. Hot T N. MIAMI,
la
MM
Bonds for Israel was the subject of the talk delivered by Israeli Minister of Trade and Industry,
Yaacov Ger\ et a luncheon held et the Shelborne Hotel last Thursday. Among community leaders who
pledged their support to the S500.000.000 Israeli Bond Drive which will help finance industry and
agriculture in the Jewish state were (sitting. 1. to r.) Samuel Fried'anc, Minister Geri. Dan B. Rus-
kin, Stanley C. Myers; (standing. 1. to r.) I. L. Mintzer. Sam Lachman. Seymour B. Liebman and
Millor S. Malakoff. director of the Greater Miami Committee of Bonds for Israel. Pli'.to bn Fot'en
Maule Produced an
i C
"V"f!:'.'.M
^
i
to Make This
Building Possible

$ iiH
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H
Mi

^Vith wonder and speculation, even the most
experienced "sidewalk engineers" have watched
the steady completion of Miami's newest office
building -- the 550 Building on Brickell Avenue.
Specifications for this unique building called for
8'x 12' precast, reinforced concrete slabs for exterior
walls. This unknown quantity was developed and
manufactured by Maule Industries, Inc., to
specifications. These wall slabs are faced with
quartz aggregate in white cement to produce
a permanent finish that requires no maintenance
and are designed to withstand the rigors
of our sub-tropical climate.
The development of these history-making concrete
wall panels marks another milestone in Maule's
many construction "firsts" in South Florida.
For more than a quarter of a century, Maule has
been the South Florida leader in quarry, concrete,
concrete products and builders' supplies.
When You Build -"Call Maule"
Telephone 9-2881
f
"9 .
a* S
'*JJJ!

i
Sales Office: 3075 No;th Miami Ave.


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to bi .'.- evei
to I caus thai
the work of
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--
As p ;-
Wolpert Furniture Company was presented a Certificate of
Distinction in Brand Names Foundation's third annual "Retailers
o the Year" awards on Brand Names Day. April 11, at the Hotel
Commodore in New York City. George Wolpert. left, is shown
receiving the citation from Sol Scholder. sales promotion manager
oi John C. Maclnnes Company, Worcester, Mass.. a member of
the foundation's retail advisory committee. The award to Wolpert
Furniture Company was one of 66 made on Brand Names Day to
outstanding merchants in 17 categories of retailing for their
leadership in the promotion of regionally and nationally advertised
brands in 1950.
To All
A Most
Happy Passover
Maurice "Doc"
Klein
Adolph
the bu;ld-
: 10.000 1 a-
; tion of hi
i has
planned
S hauder
lives ti

the title, "S ncebe."
rciful one.

ntment to
National H
fostered
si mder-
f Soul
reap] nted t I
.

Mr, s .
Beach Student Elected
Kenneth D Kai
and Mrs Harrv M Kaplan of
4310 N'autilus Dr., Miami Heach.
Ii ted l exi tut ive
Univ< >il f Flor-
nes\ tile.
Ki nneth, a freshman at the
irculation manager
"Orange Peel." the school
a member ol
nion Social Board, a
the Messiah chorus, chair-
the "Club Rendezvous"
mber of Tau EpsiK>n Phi
Ask
Rabbi Mann On Radio
..... in will
unced
v.
i
TO ALL GREETINGS
"We serve Greater Miami"
RED TOP CAB 6,
BAGGAGE COMPANY
Ride in SafetyComlort
"We are as close as your
phone 3-3131"
44 S.W. 3rd St. Miami
Your
Groepr
for
Sunshine Sweets S
ugar
All 5 Lb. Packages Packed under Si
upervision
of
.
Rabbi Mose<* Mescheloff, Director
BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS
100% Pure Sugar
Use it for Passover as well as every day
of the year
Distributed by
Green Bros.. Inc.
Miami, Fla.
THI IEST in KOSHER MOOS
Restaurant
and
Delicatessen
Caterers
1141 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
I'lnnning a
Party?
Party Knishes
Sandwiches
Decorated Buffet Platters
noast Turkeys
Stufled Derma
Roast Broilers
Retail Delicatessen
Cocktail Franks
Hot and Cold
Hors D'Oeuvres
"Caterers
ol
Distinction
n
for All Orcd5,or.s
NO PARTY TOO SMALL
J^TTAlRjoo LARGE
ASK FOR BORIS
Special Attention to
Hotels and Organizations
Passover Greetings to Our Customers and F '
Friends
DIXIE TIRE re
W*r MIAMI MI AM I BEACrT*
Five Convenient Neighborhood Stores to S
Call 2-6133
P.VI..QH or TMC QDN com.,k.
Announces that the products bearing the
following endorsement
5 f^Sn'n Jivifto itnjftima w\ >wr
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, take*
personal care of the order of Kashruth
Mashgichim axe 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 STOtf
Phone 7-1611
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFF CO.


IPRIL 20, 1951
*Jewisti f?erkian
PAGE 7 D
lish Daily Suspends Publication
IN THE MAIL
1 ininil
RK (AJP)The Jew-
jg Journal, Orthodox
jlv. announced in a
iployeea last week the
0| publication. cuttinK
number of inde-
ddish dailies in Amer-
l ent "f suspen-
ps, which the
| was permanent,
.( of an outburst
i and climaxed
of publication
- limping Yiddish
n Journal also
Sunday edition,
id <1 in the sus-
H ;] iti '11 had fallen to
last week.
Do workers in vai
i re left jobless by
n notice. The day
was posted.
Bulletin
NW IRK C,ITy 'AJPl-Negotiations were reported under-
7 Y- L We,ek be,ween th* management of the suspended
Jewish Morning Journal and prospective purchasers of lhe news-
paper. The paper ceased publication last Thursday for the first
time in more than two decades.
Some employes of the suspended newspaoer expressed belief
the paper might reappear next wee!<. possibly under a new
management.
Editor, The Jewish Floridian,
Dear Sir:
Abbott Opens
llka Jack A. Abbott's campaign
dquarters at Washington and
We think you will '>e interested 5th St.. upstairs in the old Amvet
to know that as a nsult of search ciubroom, were opened on Satur-
pubhcitv in vour DaDer recently. i .< .
we have b ^contact the da* ,1!"": w,th a :
m sought, Mi ir Werner of Dancing, t( it and re-
hula, Fk,. The notice wa /ided.
seen by his daughter who resides Abbott said his active
11185 had 20 dailii i peak
circulation of 537,000 a day.
By 10J4. ,,s the milli ms of im-
' i vard full
Americanization, the number oi
Yiddish dailies had dv n lied to
five, including ;he C immunist-
subsidized Yidd h gan, the
Freiheil
Particularly illuminating wen
the circulation figures, in roum
a. iad predicted that numbers, over lhe : the
vvould not publish the | "Big Three" of the S ddish press
I -i'l' "f :l refusal _the Journal, the Day and the
[ ployees to work Forward.
her made some I in igi6. the Dav's circulation
back salaries." was 81.000 daily and 90.000 Sun-
.; cs ;i:v members of j day. Bv 1925, the Day had fallen
111 Writers Union, the to 59.000 daily and (15.000 Sun-
.-paper Guild and 'day. For 1950 the figures were
International
I Union, AFL.
was suspended when
II eed to accept a
B week instead of
I been demanded.
-man told the
h Press that the
n it been paid for
ivcred the en-
ii ess and actually
at the Forward
the remaining
offices of the
suspension was
I many of the
sitting around in
discussing the long-
end of the daily.
. addressed to "all
Journal News
K 1 signed by Ar-
M. Ikenson, president.
v given to all
is Journal News
I we have sus-
I '.ion. and are
I to inform such
ir services will
i from this day on.
i News Corporation
p< issume resp
a es to empl
reliable reports
; i ials had ap-
i. n li
:. \
B financial sup-
uld be obtained
on the
the related ie-
the American
ased on official
dramatized the
a press which in
52.000 daily and 56.000 Sunday.
The Forward had a similar his-
tory. Selling almost 200.000
copies a day in 1916. it dipped to
151.000 daily and 162.000 on Sun-
day by 1925. By 1950. the figures
were 81,000 daily and 90.000
Sunday.
Of the three papers, the Jour-
nal fared worst. In 1916, it had a
daily circulation of 108.000 and
110.000 Sunday. Bv 1925. the
figures were 75.000 daily and 65.-
000 Sunday. The 1950 figures
\v, re 52.000 daily and 56.000.
The figures revealed clearly
that the new Jewish immigration |
of the Hitler and post-Hitler
period was not sufficient to pro- \
vide the new readership winch
Yiddish press supporters had i
hoped.
One reason, the American Jew-
ish Press was informed, is that ,
a vc ry large number of the new '
immigrants know English, or arc
young and acquire English very
quickly.
Meanwhile, new English-Jew- I
ish newspapers are being Started,
with many of them achieving
notable gains in circulation and
readership strength.
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in Miami.
Again, we thank you for your
(" iperation.
Sinci urs,
Mr.-. F en Finkelstein,
Executiv S
Council oi ,i Women.
paign will be opened later with
a citywide rally.
Fred si n
i I
D ihochel
I wi incere
appreciati m I lei ful
cover ven u ; papei
dinner- lance and
entei tainment which was hi
the Casablanca, April 8.
On strict may
I Bay the community should be
grateful for the interest your
paper shows in its local affairs.
Sincerely yours,
HARRY J. SONZ.
Chairman. Annual Dinner-
Dance and Entertainment.
Doctors Will See Sealy
\ Orthopedic Mattress
The Sealy Mattress Company
will exhibit their nationally
lamous. medically recognized or-
thopedic and DOSturepedic mat-
Working lo combat bigotry and | > ess at the annual ci nvention of
build better human relations on | the Florida Medical Association
both lhe national and local scene which will be held beginning
is Benjamin Meyers, member of! April1 22 at lh( ood Beach
the national executive of lhe Hotel.___________________________
Joint Defense Appeal, fund rais-
ing arm of the Anti-Defamation -..--.--....
League of B'nai B'rith and the
American Jewish Committee, and
a member of the board of the
Florida ADL. He attended the
appeal's national planning con-
ference in Cincinnati in Novtm-
bei, 1950. He and Mrs Meyers
were also hosts at a reception in
honor of Arnold Forster. aut'r.or
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HOME MILK
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In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that
they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with
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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 ol the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth who takes personal care
ol the order of Kashruth. Only those products which have the endorsement
of the Vaad are Kosher for Passover.
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FRTOAY
Marcia Sable To Gcraldyne LoisTaran
W'od Eli Arafintar To Wed M. Liebcr
New llade Center IIha
To I'iinl Caneer
In Early Stages
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PASSOVER SEDAR
^Aprii ::
Services conducted by
RABBI MOSHAY MANN
Phone for reservations
/ IohU C ailc
Or. the Ocean al 65th
86-8721
COMPLETE SELECTION
FINE WINES KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Israeli Student To
Speak At Seder
Giladi, Israeli student en-
rolled al the University '. Mi imi,
ker at the third
to be sponsored by the
lite Center
on Sundav. April
22. at 7:30 p.m.
at the
building. 3198 S
W. 24tl i
will be
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STONE'S SUGGESTS
MOGEN DAVKD
WINE
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Quart
1.55 5th
Other Kosher Wines from 98c 5th
Stone's
Fi roe Delivery
Service
Ph. 2-2451
"A Bottle or
a Case"
200 W. F .igier St 82-93-8
t048 BucjyPe Blva 9-95-6
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OPENING JUNE 1st
Special Low Rates for
Month of June
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All Rooms with Bath or
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Private Beach and Dock
Sid Stiller
'' president of Miami
:. is the latest
ntei ( ompeition for
: the Flaglei-Granada
h C immunity Center's sec-
ond annual May dance to the held
Casablanca Hotel. Miami
in May 12.
Six c mmunity centers are al-
i Ron
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W. Is
Beach J H .,-..,, andd
Mian
ty Cenl
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call Mrs S Stiller all
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its : an
Brad- -Harvest
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School July of this yi Uroom
luated :
will
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n and is i ttei I .
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ersitv of Florida in '' -' : t thi nti
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No Lecture This Week
There will be no lecture at the
za Forum on Saturday
:. ..wins to the Passover hol-
according to an announce-
ment by Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
hai man.
Members of the Spinoza Forum
will observe the two Sedorim at
the Francis K. Powell Dining
Room at the El Morrocco Hot,;
Dr. Wolfson will conduct the
servii
Teen-Age Seder!
Th1-- annual n
Sedei by :ht|
Jewish C -unity Cena-j
Council held i
April 24. at S p.m. at A
Joanne Hablow and
Levitt ve u
chairmen
Th. no ad.i
dancn. How.
ft0
WKEACHAMATZOS
THIS PASSOVER, Rokeoch oH.rs you
the most delicious motzo
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!
BETTE* BECAUSE THEY'RE MADE
0m
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)AY, APRIL 20, 1951
vJewisti ITlnrSrifan
Marilyn Israel
Betrothal Told
s.w. fiih St.. announce the en-
gagement of their dau [hi Mari-
lyn, to Jack Stamen, son < and Mrs. c. A. Lewis. 1934 Jef-
ferson Ave., Mian.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School.
She also attended the University
of Miami and Charron-Williams
Commercial College.
Mr. Stamen graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High S
and the University of Floi
An early August wedding i
bi In planned.
PAGE % D
New officers of the Women's Activiiies Committee of the
kglcr Granda Jewish Community Center are Mrs. Sophie Robin-
treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn Clein. president; Mrs. Janet Blau,
rtaiy. Mrs. Bernie Segal, vice president, is not included in the
tbbis Narot, Skop
ill Speak Before
laism Institute
bbis Joseph Narot and Mor-
JA Skop will speak at the
|itute on Judaism to be held at
monthly meeting of the Sis-
bod of the Coral Gables Jew-
on Monday, April 23,
|:30 p.m. at the center. Elec-
f officers will also take
Chairman Mrs. Edgar
lias announced that this
i ; program has been ar-
id by Mrs. Herman Rubin
I' mmittee.
ei Narot will give an ad-
i n "The Basic Beliefs of
ism" and Rabbi Skop will
Ik on the "Jewish Festivals
Days," with an open
I! follow.
ler's Wells
To Appear
balletomanes will be
py to hear that the University
will sponsor the Sad-
Wells Theatre Ballet next
on February 13, 14, 15 in
County Auditorium at 8:30
and on February 16, mati-
land evening, at tht Miami
tl. Municipal Auditorium.
f Sadler's Wells unit, which
Jen I box office records all
the country during its recent
. comes from England. It is
er the direction of Ninette de
t>i>. who organized the Sad-
Wells operation in 1929 and
t to its present position.
Net
Mildred Jacobs
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobs,
1236 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
of their daughter. Mildred, to
David Starr, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Starr of Washington, D. C.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. Mr.
Starr was graduated from the
University of Maryland, served
for three years with the Air Fore
and is now employed in the for-
eign relations office of the State
Department.
Shelley Allen Weds
M. H. Handelsman
ellej Allen n
B. H lei .:i i xchan jed vow
R Max
Shapiro.
The ter of
Mi. and Mrs. A. Blankstein of
Sprini N. V. Davi I H t,
i1: cousin, gave her
in marrage. The bridegroom is
the 8 hi of Mr. and Mrs. James
Handelsman of 4311 N.w. 7th St.
and had as best man his cousin.
Robert Newman.
A dinner at the Shelborne Ho-
tel, Miami Beach, for the immed-
iate family followed the cere-
mony.
The former Miss Allen is a
graduate of New York University.
Mr. Handelsman graduated from
the University of Miami where
he was a member of Phi Epsilon
Pi fraternity. He is associated
i with ABC television in New
York.
The newlyweds are honeymoon-
ing at Miami Beach.
Mrs. Essen Leads
Membership Drive
Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman of
the membership committee of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, leads the field in obtaining
new memberships.
As previously announced, a re-
ception for new members will
be held at the Variety Club of
the Alcazar Hotel, Sunday, May
6, and invitations will be issued
to new members as well as those
who obtain new members.
Mr. Essen is running a close
second and Irving Saal stands in
third place. Keen competition is
being displayed by various mem-
bers of the board in this drive.
Attends Convention
As delegate from Miami Beach
Lodge 79, Joseph W. Malek, Past
Grand, attended the state con-
vention of the International Or-
der of Odd Fellows which met in
Sarasota April 18 and 19.
Photo by Foten
A part of the Seder services most enjoyed by the youngsters
is the hiding of the matzos. At the conclusion of the ceremonies
they are retrieved and ransomed by the parent conducting the
Seder so that the final glasses of wine can be sipped and the final
prayer said. Here are two of the young folks, sisters from Youngs-
town. Ohio, practicing for Pessover at the Shelborne Hotel, where
Professor Sydney J. Greenberg of the University of Miami and
Temple Beth Sholom. will conduct the Sedorim. They are (1. to r.)
Myrna Louise 3 '. and Suzanne Fleischer. 10.
Eleanor Cohen Joins
Summer Brides-Elect
A July wedding is being plan-
ned by Miss Eleanor Cohen, |e*X. 6|'"u""\T T X"'V,"'
whose betrothal to Bernard Ben- Scho1- He attends the University
net Weintraub has been an- of Miami, where he is a member
nounced by her parents, Mr. and'of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Mrs. Sol I. Cohen, 2158 S.W. 15th
St.
Both Miss Cohen and her fiance
are graduates of Miami High
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Miami Beach campaign leaders in the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal are pictured at a meetingt
Councilman Burnett Roth's ofiice. Sitting (1. to r.) ere Mrs. Sonia Feinstein. Mrs. Spivdck, Mrs. Cefc
Bockeiman, Mrs. Sonia Goldberg, Mrs. N. Bookspan and Mrs. Moses Kiieger. Standing are Mrs.j
Tickner, Steve Spier, Henry Nadelman. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Councilman Roth, Edward Meirita!
Howard Hadley and Ada Joseph.


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LEL BRODY 4
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+Jewisl) noridiar
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Phone 2-6823
At a luncheon which followed the matzo "shmura" ceremony,
leaders of the world's foremost rabbinical organization stressed
the importance of the spiritual foundations created by the late
Rabbi Dov Ber Manischewitz. founder of the B. Manischewitz Co
It was emphasized how these vital traditions have been streng-
thened by the Rabbi's sons, and in turn by his grandchildren who
now guide the destinies of Manischewitz Matzo Bakery. Bernard
Manischewitz concluded the luncheon with sincere thanks to the
Rabbinate and a promise that the B. Manischewitz Co. "would
continue to uphold the high standards and traditions that evoked
their praise."
GREETINGS
Caroline A.
Walbek
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Phone 4-4896
Specialist in Homes for You
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PHONE 86-8041
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PHOlE 58-5224
Palermo Again Voted In As West Miami Mayor
A HAPPY
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West Miami voters have elected
Peter R. Palermo to be their
mayor for the third straight time.
Palermo won with 583 votes,
while his competitors. Matthew
M. Slepin and Leonard J. Kalish
got 264 and 224 votes, respec-
tively.
Elected to the city council at
the same time were Edmund P.
Cooper. Tilden B. Corenblum and
former councilman Morton M.
Beigel.
Beigel was voted into a one-
year term with 393 votes. He had
been a councilman from the time
of West Miami's incorporation in
1947 until last year, when he de-
clined to run for re-election.
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BUILDING INSPECTOR
MIAMI BEACH
YOUR CANDIDATE FOR THE COUNCIL
GREETINGS
Phone 2-9457
VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES
1504 N. Bayshore Drive Miami. Florida
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
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OF
Florida East Coast Railway
Dade
AND lOAN ASSOCIATION
of Miomi
MAIN OFFICE
45 Northol Firtt Anu
AILAPATTAH BRANCH
1594 Norlhwit 36th Strtt
ACE EXTERMINATING CO.
Complete Exterminating Service
FREE INSPECTION
2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone 7-5347
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greetings:
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Phone 89-1041
ROCK FILL SAND
"WE MOVE THE EARTH"
17C0 N.W. HSlh St.
gr:
GEORGE I. SPZNKS & SONS
PLUMBING DRAINAGE
REPAIR WORK ESTIMATES FURNISHED
945 N.W. 7th St. Rood
Phone 2-6449
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KING BAKE SHOP
SOL PIKARSKY
1894 S. W. Eighth Street Miami
REBUILT BATTERIES
12 Month GuaranteeS6.C0 up. exch.
EXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS
REASONABLE PRICES-
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
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18EC N.W. ~:h Avenue Phone 9-C637
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SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY
1680 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-3359
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WALKER CASKET COMPACT
535 N. W. 24th Street phone 3.3^
TO ALL A HAPPY
HOLIDAY
JUDGE WALTER II. BECKHAM
JUVENILE COURT
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
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REALTOR
2148 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Phone 4-4264
at
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc.
"Poise Is Your Crown of Beauty"
McAllister Hotel Mezzanine

Miami. Florida
For the Seder Table...
IN A HURRY CALL
KIMBALL JH Jill AT
THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS
5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone 78-5521
Branch: 1400 S.W. 1st St.
Vill?gers at the Bessie Gotsfeld Children's V'Uaae ar.d Farm
School, a project of Mizrachi Worren. gather eggs soon to appear
or seder tables as their own and other Mizrachi Women's children's
villages. This henneiy produces an egg a daya rare luxury in
Israelfor Youth Alivah children m?: taincc- at the VtUage. and
also serves an important role in the agricultural training program
of the project.
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indicated above. Gr,'ter M,ami Vaad Hak.shruth. a.
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GREETINGS
H*H IMiaP|
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SERVICE
120' UcohlJ
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2207 Ccliins Ave, Pi
FRIENDSHIP HOUSE
23 Years Gift Fa
Frcra Miami
Cantor Joseph W. Malek. who
has been making rapid strides in
the field of liturgical music, will
conduct Sedorim services on Fri-
day ar.d Saturday. April 20 end
21, at Mcnde'sohn's Kosher Res-
taurant, corner of 41st St. and
Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach.
He will officiale at .- special
Seder on Sunday. April 22. at the
Homestead Jewish Community
Center. The young cantor, who is
recognized as an outstanding
tenor, serves t the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
GREETINGS
"DukiV 3lan<*fl
SPAGHETTI H0D9
PIZZA PE
Order* to Take!
291 N.W. 37th St
Phcne 48-2
Opp. West FlaglerPttJ
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28 Michigan Ave.
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ESE RESTAURANT
3d to Take Out
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elivery Service
|St. Ph. 86-4303
Gordon, Rosen Shine As Jewish Ball Stars,
Sid Is Star Slugger; Al Breaks Record
American scene now shunted to
the dugouts, to use a diamond
phrase, baseball has taken over
the major spot in the hearts of
sporting America. If there ever is
a time when sports fans suspect
that baseball is NOT the national
game, April is not that time.
At the same time, Jewish
GREETINGS
li Wheel
It rive In
TY SANDWICHES
jsonable Prices
Tried, Never Denied"
S.W. 32nd Ave.
[Phone 4-4410
SETTY'S
m FOR DELICIOUS
IOLESOME FOOD"
itely Air Conditioned
iFree Parking
ILobo Lounge
jous Entertainment
Phone 82-9157
Biscayne Blvd.
(GREETINGS
ill
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Mi age Inn
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polity Quantity
easonable
Biscayne Blvd.
iPhone 3-8470
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Miami Beach
;E DAY OR NIGHT
l N.W. 29th St
LL BOTHWELL
Phones
B921 Night 82-7954
GREETINGS
ire Sure
Delates Inc.
WIT SHIPPER
82-9246
Biscayne Blvd.
GREETINGS
flCTOlfS
Specializing in
JALIAN FOODS
Ricotta
Italian Sausage
|3 N. Miami Ave.
IPhone 3-9374
By HAROLD U. RIBALOW Sid and two other Gian, regulars
With all other sports on the! moved to Boston. It is typical of
the success Sid has made in the
games that he was the only one
of the trio to be a regular. And
what is more importanthe
was the only one of the old Giants
who New York regretted to see
leave the Polo Ground.
Gordon is the kind of Jewish
sports, and particularly.' basebaii I fc^^^^
fans, are now becoming increas- : deal of pride in it He sends h
ingly interested in the Jewish ; children to a yeshiva and ho nim-
Who^relhetv'wh0,19^ TH"?1 SpC"dS a ood part of 'the
Who are they? What have they winter season in addressing Jew-
accomp ished in the past? What ish groups. Sid received some bad
f-Z ^,rPrSP,CClS fr thC forth- I notices when he played Turing
Whit C~? 9rB the Hi8h Holidays last season bu"t
While theie are a compara- perhaps he has by this time
SJa^hTbCr01 JWLSh >earned that the impression made
el w th ,1?e vanous cl"bs, was a poor one and this year he
only two Jewish players are at may sit it out those days,
the present writing outstanding t-. u .;
stars real major league top- hJhf .hS o 'S.m f^ *
nolchers. The others are on the &!,? Sou hIa"d' Kfrom
way up. or merely holding on. or JJ^^^ffJ^fJ??!
are players who are having a
fling which will indicate
that they will never make the
grade. There are sluggers and
pitchers, catchers and infielders,
outfielders, too. Some are very
promising, like Saul Rogovin and
| Joe Ginsberg of the Tigers and
Marv Rotblatt of the Chicago
White Sox. Others, like Cal
Abrams, a Dodger hopeful, are
spring perennials. But the two
authentic ballplayers are Sid
Gordon, now of the Boston
Braves, and Al Rosen of the
Cleveland Indians.
In this series, I shall discuss
as he is a ballplayer. Always a
star in the minor leagues, Al kept
coming up to the Indians in the
hope he would win the third base
job away from Ken Keltner. For
tree years he failed. The story
started that he was a minor,
and not a major leaguer. He could
always hit, but could he field?
The answer was that last year he
finally won the Keltner jobhe
hit more than 30 homers, was
named second to George Kell as
the All-Star third baseman in
the American League. Al learned
how to field and his hitting, while
it tailed off toward the end of the
year, was remarkable for
these two players ad in the final rookie According to my record
article, I will attempt to grade
the remaining Jewish players in
the Big Time.
Sid Gordon, a Brooklyn boy
who became a high salaried star
only two years ago, is one of the
sluggers of the game. He has hit
25 or more home runs in two
separate seasons and is one of
the holders of the record for
hitting homers with the bases
full in a single season. The record
is four, and Sid tied it last year.
Gordon is a fine outfielder with
a rifle arm. He is an equally good
third baseman. Last year he re-
ceived more than half a million
votes as a third baseman on the
National League All-Star team.
One of the most feared hitters in
the game, Sid has always driven
in a lot of runs, regardless of his
batting average. And, like many
sluggers, his average never really
reflected his value or his true
power.
Gordon made the grade with
the N. Y. Giants after having been
shunted around the club in va-
rious positions. For a couple of
years he started as a reserve
player and, finally, through the
power of his bat, won a regular
job for himself. When Leo Duro-
cher came to the Giants, Gordon
was ticketed to go. Not because
Leo didn't like him, but because
Gordon was too slow on the bases
for Leo, who likes speed and is
willing to pass up on the power.
Sid was, all baseball fans will
remember, a part of the famous
trade which brought Al Dark and
Ed Stanky to the Polo Grounds.
books, no rookie ever hit as many
homers in his first full year as
Rosen did. And that includes
Williams, DiMaggio and other
superstars.
Rosen was not named to the
All-Star team by Yankee man-
ager Casey Stengel, in spite of
the fact that he polled more than
half a million votes. There was
a great outcry and, of course, talk
started that there was anti-Jew-
ish bias somewhere in the story.
This was, of course, denied, until
recently when Birdie Tebbets, a
loud-spoken catcher, said that he
heard Stengel cry out in an ex-
hibition game with the Indians
that he had kept Rosen off the
last year team and, if possible,
would do the same this year. The
story was poo-poo'd by many
writers, but the bitter feeling re-
mains.
There is no doubt that Gordon
and Rosen are among the best
players in their leagues and that,
except for the period when Hank
Greenberg and Buddy Myer were
performing, there hasn't been any
time in the game when there
have been more than two Jewish
stars of such stature. Perhaps
the newcomers will make us eat
these words. We'd like to, but
must wait and see how the new
boys will do before we are con-
vinced that they will be better
than the current Jewish aces of
the national game.
(Next week: Concluding arti-
cle deals with Jewish rookie
prospects in the '51 season.)
The QjOAM
Bill, H. H, Manny and Aaron
Thanh you for your Patronage
and Extend Sincere Good Wishes
for a Very Happy Passover
GREETINGS
IDEAL IRON WORKS
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EXPERT WELDING
Broken Parts Made Strong As New
General Repairs
All Kinds of Steel Fabrication
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HAPPY PASSOVER
PEIVIVWOVKIV, INC.
Established 1904
MANUFACTURERS OF INSECT WIRE SCREENING
ALUMINUM BRONZE STEEL HUDITED
Warehouse 260 N. W. 25th Street
Phone 82-6531 Miami, Florida
COMPLIMENTS OF
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74th STREET AND THE OCEAN
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Kenholz Kosher Meat Products
207 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables Phone 48-0346
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Eeuscii's Liquor Tavern
BAR and PACKAGE STORE
We Carry A Full Line oi Package Goods
CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES
1646 S. W. 27th Avenue
Natives of Indonesia are shown here harvesting Tahiti rattan
stalks for the Empire Factory and Rattan Works in Miami. First
.nipped to this country simply as ballast for empty ships, rattan
was given dignity as tropical furniture by early Miami craftsmen.
Empire located at 1225 N.E. 2nd Ave., was one of the first furni-
ture outlet, to use trained interior decorators as salesmen. It has
constantly strived to live up to its slogan. 'There is no finer furni-
ture made in the world than is made in our own factory.
MAY THE PASSOVER BRING TO ALL FRUITION
AND THE HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS OF THE
JEWISH PEOPLE THE WORLD OVER, AND A JUST AND
EVERLASTING PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND
MAYOR AND MRS. HAROLD luRK
and their children
CORNELIA, JONATHON and ROBIN


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Shore Lodge. B nai B nth. recetves a plaque honoring h^m for out- D IPIM>% A a a -
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recent installation banquet ceremonies are [L to r.J Leonard Tobin 9 JUIlll I OL PIAvIV
outgoing president: E. Albert Pallot. principal speaker of the
evening: Solloway and Leo Steinman, who was installed as the
r.ew president of North Shore Lodge. ,
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LEGAL NOTICE
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
rill'. CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN" AND
,i; DADR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
, 'HANCERY, No, I 10058.
EXE .1. SIOLINOER. Plaintiff, vs.
HOLIXOER, Defendant.
cl'TO SIOLINOER
n sti n -- I
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hi rebj notified thai a BUI
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: and you art hei eby
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lo thi I' 'I ot Complainl on
i.. ney and flli
An-u er in 111'- offlcj
i i mi Court on or befoi ,-
,l i) ot May, 1951: otherw Ise,
i ns of said Bill of i "om-
u iii bo taken as confi -- d
-ii.
, day of April. 1951,
i: II. LEATHERM \.V
Clerk of Circuit Court.
rourl Seal)
By R. II. RICE, .lit..
Deputy Clerk.
IjyiE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
for Plaintiff
i Road
h, Florida
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hi: COUNTY JUDGE'S < 'I >URT
\\'l> FOR DA I >K COUNTY,
B,..i:iHA. IN PROBATE. Nu.
INSTATE OF
RT SAYETTA,
eased.
i 'redltora and All Persons
Claims or Demand* Agalnsi
Estate;
i each nf you, are hereby
i mill required to present any
.nil demands which you, or
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HERBERT SAYETTA, de-
ale of Dade County. Florida,
w F. BLANTON, County
i'.Hi.- County, and file the
office In the County
l lade County, Florida,
calendar months from
. .if the HrBt publication hereof.
i demands to contain t he
UlivsH "i the claimant and to
ii to and presented .is afori
will be lianail.
9, Al>. 1951,
BESSIE JA< i IBY,
Administratrix of the Estate
iii:i:i;i:i:v SAYETTA, De-
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Administratrix
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\OTICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT i IF THE
'in HI >|i'IAI. CIRCUIT IN AND
Sit DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
II VXCERY, No. 140040.
: J VANDERNIET, Plaintiff,
SERTRUDE HELEN
[\\m:i:niet. Defendant.
. GERTRUDE HELEN
AN'DKRXIET,
49th Street
. n, New Jersey
'' required to servo a copy
ir Answer to the Iti 11 of Com-
Dlvorce on the Plaintiffs
i- > and to file the Original
the i ifflie of the Clerk of
iii Court on or before the
day of May, ad. 1951, otherwise,
nf Complaint for Divorce
filed herein will be taken
(1 liy you.
ATKIl at Miami. Florida, this
of April, A.D. 1951.
i: II. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
|cuit I 'ourt Seal)
By: \VM. W. STOCKING,
DeputyCIerk.
and Address of
ii1 Si.lielti r:
I.MAN It. LYONS,
pla Building
y i lorlda
I ; :. i
(NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.I. desiring t.' engs
Ii i the fictitious name of
Lounge and l 'ncknire
v.\v. 1st St., Miami, In-
-.ii.i name with the
ihe Circuit Court of I' di
I In Ida.
CIVIC BAR INC.
IIKIMAN AND KAPLAN
ii llcant
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NOT
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ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'E IS HEREBY niVEN '
ii,-.i. dee ring to ei I
tin fictitious name of
WM WARE CONSULTING
hi :;.!' Roper Building, 20
lilrd A\ i inn-, Miami, Fli i
u ist< r said name ii'i
k of Hi,- Circuit Court of
l lorlda,
QUSTAV L. VICTOR
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
'or messenger service.
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LEGAL NOTICE
iv J2TIC.E BV PUBLICATION
El I vi'v,!','1 ',,',' '"'"'' "K THE
i.l.l.V l..\ | || ii, ii, j v] CIRCUIT
"FLORIDA. IN VXI, TOR DADE
,|;(;l.|-yv IN CHANCERY, V
MiMJ^svM^Ey|NR- ': ; vi
, 1 ANNIE LEVINK, Defendant
To: I-ANNIE I.KVINl'
ma 33rd si .. -. \gi
Long is!,,,.i ,
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, E. B. LKATHERMAN.
' 'erk of iii. cin ill Court,
'nil- to nty, r.
' OUI t S.-.,l>
Bj WM, W, STOCKINB
MILTON A FRIEDMAN*"1"1 '''"^
y for I'!;,
i/13-20e-27y I8'"*" Mlam1, ""
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
VACATION MODES OF Miami a
number 127 n. w ,,, streo, ln ,..
tj of Miami. Florida, Intend* to
"plater the said name with the
i ounty, Floi niii
A. .v- n 0 \l:\IKNT CO., INC
By NORMAN II. ROTHSTEIN
President
POKES ,v- FRISHMAN
Attorneys
120 Lincoln Road
4 13-20-27 .", I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih, undersigned, desiring to ngage In
huslneHK under the fict Itiotin name of
SAM THE CHINA .MAN at 6212 N.W.
itn Ave., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade unty, I lorlda
SAMUEL .1. JAFFEE
LESTER LASKY
Attorney for Samuel J. .1 I
I 13-20-27 u l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslR-ned, desl Ins to eng
hue ;.. -- under the fictitious name of
YtlUNG'S FRUIT SHIPPERS at 211
.-'.mm Isli s Boulevard, Miami Bi ai ii
ll. Fla., Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
II. I. YOUNG
WILLIAM BOXER
POKES & FRISHMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
420 l.im-..In Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
4 13-20-27 5,4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Humpty Dumpty Toyland at 4036 Red
Road, South Miami, int. nils to regis-
ter saiii name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACOB HERMAN
SI I'NEY ROBBINS
Attorney for Applicant
901 N.E. 2nd Ave.
4/13-20-27 .1/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
UF FLORIDA. IN' AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
110151.
LEON HYMOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs.
ROSE HYMOWITZ, Defendant.
SUIT FOR IIIVIIRCE
TO: ROSE HYMOWITZ
333 Blake Avenue
I: ioklyn. New York
You, Ki >SE II YMi IWITZ, are hi i
notified thai n 11 of ('omplafnt for
. has been filed agalnsi
and you ar< ; cd to bi ve a
nf your A- Pl>
the Bill '. miff's
Attorney, BEN KSSK>
Bldg., Mini i i file the
\ -a ; ad n- in th<
of the Circuit
Court "ii 'li-1 10 '
to do so, Judg-
fault will he taken i
. for the n lief di manded in the
II nf Complaint,
This notice Bhall be published w
each week for I onsi cutlve weeks
In The Jewish Floi dlan.
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10 day of April. A.D.
1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
-ii, ull Court, i Null County, E
(Circuit Com i Seal) ,.,..,
i:. WM. IV. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
BEN ESSEN
.- ii. M Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plalntlf
I 13-20-27 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the undersigned, di B to engage in
i, iness under the fli 'Jtlous name ot
\l.r\l- V.-LOCK AWNING SHI I I ER
CO. mot inc.) at Bldg. 1418, Avenue
|- 20th st. Airpi rt.fi 1, Box 181,
Miami, l Intends i" ri
said name with the Clerk of tin
. ,-,,..., ,.; i, |, Co nty, Florida.
ALUMINUM ROLL-1 P
AW NI.Ni ; I "I i.MI'ANV
:l |. ,, ;.,,!..lion, owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN
At.....ey for Aluminum koii-lp
.i Florida corporation
l 13-20-27
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
V.
19
N.C. 2rd T. MIAMI 3. 'LA
LEGAL NOTICE
iv JiPJ'SH BY PUBLICATION
IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till-'
I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
[RJDA IN AND FOR DADE
'.."' N n IN CHANCERY. Ca o
No. i :-.., i
SILVIA ROSS LIJtSES, Plaintiff, vs.
H VRtll.D I.1SSES. n, fendanl
TO: HAROLD LISSES, 1383 Darby
1 -' l.:,],. Manor,
tah, Ln. Island, New York:
' to serve n com-
er to the bill of ii-
IVntt*. -
Mian :. i
In l
or before

'! March 29th, I
K. B LEATIIKRM \x.
Clerk Cl i 'ourt.
i
Bj WM. W'. STOCKING,
i ,. ., i i>utj i :ii rk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni PTIi'E is HEREBY GIVEN that
[hi i i ii. di sti ing to eng
un ii i- the fictitious i ame of
T Storage
at 11M N.E. l-i Ave., Miami, .
to register said name itk the Clerk
ol the Circuit Court of l lade County,
t lorida.
CHARLES SATTENSTEIN,
S-.le i l\\ ll. r,
I 6-13-20 27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|>I l-'l.i iRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
110013.
MAV TOY LEE YEE. Plaint iff. vs.
CHUCK GOW YEE, Defendant,
i i h i'ck oi iw vi:i:,
146 ll, .-i,:- sti eet,
N..-. Yoik. New Voik.
V< i are required to serve n copy
.,f your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
nttorney. and to file ih.....Iglnal an-
bwi i in the office of the Clerk of the
Court on or before the -ith day
' May, A D. 1951; otherwise, the
i 'ompln foi i ilvi rce, here-
In, will be taken as
ssed by you
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
lili day if April, 19
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
1' i k of the Circuit Court,
i' le i "ounty, l- loi
1' lit l 'o irt Seal)
Bj WM W". STOCKING,
Deputj Clerk.
MILT- IN A. I l!li:i '.MAN,
Vtt ej for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th.1t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Drake Villas at 7T:; Tatum Water-
way Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., In-
tend to register said name with Hie
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Mile
County, Florida.
JACOB FREIDUS and
CLAIRE FREIDUS,
i g-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
HARRY'S MARKET at 614 N.W. 14th
Stint, Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
NATHAN M. GRADMAN
HUTNER A 1IUTNER
Attorneys for Harry's Market
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND WOK I VDE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
133.
ANN LUCARELL1 ELKITZ, PI
vs, ISA I ml; ELKITZ, D
Ti ISADOR ELKITZ,
.. .1 ii. -
. St.
! Pa
You i a copy
i

Ml iRTi 'X Ri ITH EN BERG,
; Bi i.. i
the Clerk
of the I'll Mas
net-wise, said Hill n
nfes ; I
Dated tills ;i day of April, A.D.
: LEATHERMAN.
:. of the Circuit C i I.
C rl Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputj i
27 ". I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT C< H'RT >F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
in-' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1 101 I!
ANN SILVER GROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
I i.W'll > GRl >SS, 11. : n.l:iiit.
SUIT FOR 1 'IV' |R( t;
Ti i DAVID GROSS
2324 Walton Avenue
Bronx, N< w York
You ., hi bj -i I that a
BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been
:' .! .1 .
quired to ol ur Answer
or Pic ndlng to the Bill of Coi
Hi,, pjnii Vttn f, A. J KAPLAN,
Esq 350 Lin "In Road, M I Beai h,
I thi le the nrigii il Vnsw er
in the ofl Clerk
; i i 'ourt on ,.i hefore the
of Ma). 1951. if you fall to do
bo, ludgi ien( bj tti taken
you for the n lief den
of Complaint.
This notli Bhall b cl once
each w
Fli Id
DONE AND ORDERED nl M
| A.D 1951
i: l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i lade County, Floi Ida,
Seal) __
By R. II RICE. .IR..
i leput) Cli i k.
A .1 KAPLAN, Esq.
360 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i IF I- Lc >RH >A, IN" AND Fl >R DM IE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
I74S.
EVA Hi "RAK. als i known as EVE
"' '': VK, I" ilntIff, \ s. VLA1 'I-
MAIK Hi |R \K, I lefendant.
TO: VLADIMAIR HORAK
i- o Slska, ii East "ntli Street,
New N'.,i k 21, N.u York.
You an req ed i cops
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
lllltlff's
oi bi fori the
23 day of April, A.D. 1951: othi
the Hill oi i'..
taken
I hy you.
i lated ..I Mi.!. i' 1.1, tins the
-':: day ol Mai i h, 19
E l: LEATHERMAN,
Cli : k of ih. i"In ill Court,
l lade Co Florlila.
(Circuit Cou Seal)
Bj : v. \i. W .-Ti iCKING,
Deput) i
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Reynold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
3/30 4/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that
the undersigned, desiring to ens
business under the fictitious name of
KENT LUGGAGE at number 33 N.E.
2nd Avenue in the City of Miami.
Florida, Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
HYMAN FRIED
PAULINE FRIED
:: :!n I .i-i::-L".i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'il FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY'. IN CHANCERY. No.
139972.
SHEILA COHEN, Plain'iff. vs.
EUGENE COHEN, Defi ndant.
To: EUGENE COHEN,
BI2 Powell Sti -
Brooklyn, New York
I ilred to serve tl
of youi
plaint for Divorce on tin- plalnl
attorney, and to file the orl
- thi office of the Cli
the 'Ircu'l < 'ourt on or bi fore the
;ii dav of April, A 11. 1951: othei Ise,
the B :it for I -
:. will I,,- taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
:-.i dav o( March, 1931,
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN.
.' rk of the ''-: cull l 'ourt,
i lad.* i 'ount y, Florida,
. Court Seal)
By: WM. w. STI "'KING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Beybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
I 6-12-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
' >l l-'l.i IRII i.\ IN VND I IR IIADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
139308
ROSE ESSEN, Plaintiff, vs.
HERBERT ESSEN, I', ndant,
TO; HERBERT ESSEN
307 Weal 9 Ird Sti I
New York, New York
You are hereby notl a Bll
of Complaint foi I -...... hai hi en
rains! yo i o nd you n re
required t" serve < copy ,>i
answer th. rcti..... plalnl ff's ttoi ne>
MARX M. FA HER, 112 Con|
Floi Ida, and fill
. in.il In thi thi
of the Circuit Court on or before
i il ii of April, 1951, othi
a decree pro confesso will be ei
I you.
Dated al Miami, Florida, thi
day of March, :
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit I
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
l', puty Clerk.
I 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BIDS AMOCO SERVICE at 2002
N. W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Dade
Countv. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hide County. Florida.
CHARLES S. BURLEIGH
JOSEPH H. OANZ
Attorney for Charles S. Burleigh
4 S-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engai
business under the fictitious name ace DISCOUNT CO. at :i".:i Wesl
Flagler sit-, t. Ml.....I, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the circuit Court ol Dade County
Florida.
PHILIP ETTINGER
LOUIS EASTON
Partners
MYERS, IIKIMA.N & KAPLAN
At torneys
s.-\ hold Building
:; 3ii i, 6-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OB' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
139791.
WILMA m ROSE, Plaintiff, vs.
FANNING c ROSE, Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i: FA win i: i R( iSL
l'T Lenox Ti rrace
Wi -: i irangi N, J.
You are hereby notified that a
P.ill of Complaint for Divorce hat
bi :i f:!.
required to Rerve n copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill !
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys
Pallot, Silver, Tatham, Abdo &
Mulloy, tngrannm Building, M
and file the original Answei
or pleading in ti.....fflce of the -
of the 'ii, nil 'oni t on or before the
26th day of April, 1951, If you fall
:,, do so, Judgment ly default will
be taken agalnsi you for the
demanded In the Bill of Complain:
This notice shall in- published once
each week for four consecutive weel
in The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mi
Florida, this 26 da) of March, A.D
1951.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Coin-. Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Cl
3/30 4/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The Home Delicatessen at 5958 N.E,
2nd Avenue, Miami. Fla., intends I"
tel said name with Ihe Clerk Of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
DAVID KLEIN.
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tl Ign
Itusiuef e ol
a Sail Road,
MiamiIB
... th Ihe Clerk of I

,v B, Inc.
FREDRIC R. ROSEN
foi '' .'. II. In '.
I Pan Ann I Idg.
-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
ANNE PHILLIPS at 253 Northwest
79th Street., Miami, Florida, Intends
to i-egist.-i- said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
ANNE STEIN
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
.: 30 I 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl i'I'Ii I-: is HEREBY GIVEN '
the und<
liuslni -s under the flcl
1'. ., n's Men' a and Boys' w
S.W Bth s- Ni d. to regls-
.1 name iiii the Cli rk .-f the
i '.in : of I 'ade Counts. I'
I,Ei iNARD BERNSTEIN,
Soli Ow
MYERS, HEIMAN VND KAPLAN
\ tti for Applicant %
650 Si ybol Bldg.
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is ll EREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage I
b isim bs undi r the fictitious name ol
A. At A. DRESS CO. at number 256
N.W. 5th TV i kce in the Citj
Miami. Florida intends to i
with the Cli
i
ADOLFi VALENTIN! '
l'i IKES .v FRISHMAN
Attorneys
:
i la.
6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GD EN
the i.n,! : s un, I,
lo
Robard Sales 'o, al Miami. Dadi
County, Fla., Intends to reglsti
name with the Clerk of the '
: ,.| i inde '"' -::t v- Florida.
IRVING KELT
I. R, MAYERS,
\ i. V| p ant,
412 Congress Bldg,
: 8-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ol- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY'. IN CHANCERY, No.
i39978
REGINA K. ISAACS, Plaintiff, vs.
la 'TIS i: ISA v s. i lefendant.
To: LOUIS !'. ISAACS.
Street,
Brookb n, Ni w v, k
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
of your answer lo the bill of
compln ii oi the plaintiff's attor-
rii -. i', i utas, Ma.-- and FIoj d, and
file thi I in the < fflce of the
.-nil Com t on or be-
the 4lh daj of Ma r, 1951. In the

- rw bi a lecrce pi.....' o w IT be
entered ..,; iii l you.
Dati d this 2nd day of Api 11, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl -i k ,,f the Circuit Court.
Ill Court Seal)
Bj M c FBIGE,
i ii put y 'lei k.
in: COST VS, MAER \- FLOYD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
606-8 Biacayne Building,
Miami :::'. Floiida.
4/6-13-20-J7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COlTtT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, N i.
24036,
I Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB BELSKY,
l leceasi.;
To All i ind All Pi rsona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Ai
Said Esti
You, and each of you, are hi
notified and requ red to pn
.'aims and demands which ,"
. it her of > ou, mas have against thi
estate of JAl i '11 BELSKY, di i
late of Miami Beat h, Dade C
Florida, :. the Hon. W. B\ Bi
County Ju 1 re of D ido c
file the same in his office in the
Counts C Be In 1 lade Co
l-'I..i Ida, within ii
from the date of the first publl
s.. ; rla.li or demands
contain thi address ol
claimant and l be sworn to
laid, or sai
bo barred. Si Seel Ion 120 of the i I
Probate Act.
2, A iv 1951.
SOLI 'Ml N CRAMER.
Administrator De Bond N
the Estate of Jai >b Bi Isk). I -
ted,
PALLOT, Sll,\'i:i:. TATHAM,
ABDO A MULLOY
Attorneys for ESstate of
.laeob Belsky, deceased.
4,6-13-20-27


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%  HDAY. APRIL 20, 1951 3" kwHti Mr.rHdHair) PAGE 5 C TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER TOWN LAUNDRY. INC. Wholesale Retail Kotels Apartments COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE I860 W. Flagler St. Phone 3-5337 TO ALL GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES PHONE 4-0831 514 S. W. 22nd Avenue Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY DAVIDSON AND CO.. INC. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 1524 West Flagler St. Phone 82-6553 HOLIDAY GREETINGS WEBER, THOMPSON & LEFCOURT ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS Shoreland Arcade PHONE 3-6393 WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BUY WITH CONFIDENCESERVE WITH PRIDE Mrs. ^Suit's Etakory & Restaurant PIES — CAKES — PASTRIES — BREAD — ROLLS WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY WHOLESALE and RETAIL 300 S.E. 1st Street — Phone 82-4568 61 N. W. 36lh Street Phone 7-1649 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER Palm Beach—247 Worth Ave. 620 FJth Avenue, New York TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOODSMAIX, JR. 1101 Ingraham Bldg. MR. AND MRS. HARRY GENET and SAUL and "BUBBY" GENET 5101 Lakeview Drive EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. TROM FARM TO YOU 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7-1667 Jewish Prophet Works For U.S. By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON — The best known Jewish proph t 1 is empl lyed by the U S I>i n..i tment of A ;i iculture. Ho is Hyman Bean, the statistical vizard who predict) I President Truman's electoral victory. Those who scoffed ;it his i> ik, "How To I ins." remaine I I i cheer Bean after November, 1943. They have continued cheering until he has become Washington's most famous statistician and world's best known election forecaster. Bean's new book, "The MidBattle," was eagerly awaited by Republicans and Democrats alike. His rise to fame began I about 15 years ago when he happened to glance at a page of voting statistics in the "World Almanac" He wondered if elections could be predicted the way he forecasts economic trends. This thought gave birth to a hobby which by 1930 attracted the attention of President Roosevelt' It was then that Bean accurately predicted a Democratic victory in states which the Democrats thi msi Ives didn't expect to win. veil thereafter listened t l Bean's advice on where to camI the hardest. As l • momic adviser to S tary Brannan, B< en is completing his 27-:i yeai with the Agriculture Department. An engaging %  nan, lie is known for a sharp ol humor which makes him a pi economists. Bean was born in R brought to A ica by his parents ;o 1906 at the .f in. I'.' served in W War I as a U.S. infantry lieuti nant He %  %  ntie to Wash i m ir>23. bringii th '.i 1:1 defrom the University of Ro' r and Harvard. Empl iye i as an eci nomist in the Agi c il turc Department, he rose to the department's "brain tru a few ye In 1942 Bean was appointed Assistant to the Director of the B iar l of Economic W Ifare. From 1943 to 1947 he was chief fiscal analyst of the Bureau of the Budget. He lives in Arlington. Va.. where he maintains a wife, two children, and three cats. After World War II. Bean devised what has been called "a personnel plan for the world." His plan, advoating a more effective allocation of the world's 1 workers, was intended as an aid to the United Nations in fulfilling the point of its charter covering the advancement of better living standards in all countries. Bean's success in election predictions has surprised even Bean. He explains: "Somewhere around 1936 I began it as a plaything. My real job was in agriculture, in farm income, and so forth. The basic data revealed a vast consistency which enabled me to play. I started to use political statistics in the same way; to try to find out what their movements have been and why." He found that "a knowledge of voting behavior over a considerable period of time greatlv narrows the sphere of unpredictability." His predictions have been so close both parties have called them "uncanny." Prophet Bean's new "Midterm Battle," at one dollar a copy, is | reaching more people than ever listened to Daniel's prophecies, for free. Bean predicts this November will find the Democrats losing "25 to 30 seats in the House, a few senators and a governor," but "this is predicted on no disturbing international situation." TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS CHESTER E. SALE %  III GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling remits can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusively HUGHES SEED STORE 116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-8*91 HAPPY PASSOVER FROM MIAMI BOTTLING COMPANY TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS II I E V S Cathay Iluusi* Restaurant CHINESE AMERICAN CUISINE FAMOUS CANTONESE DISHES 227 %  22nd Street Phone 5-3590 MIAMI BEACH MR. AND MRS. LEON BERG AND SON EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A PASSOVER THAT BRIXGS A SPECIAL GOOD MEASURE OF ALL WORTH-WHILE THINGS Southern Fruit Shippers 733 WASHINGTON AVE. HOLIDAY GREETINGS WhcnYoiiTh 1733 ALTON ROAD Tel. 58-4134 GREETINGS J. E. SHAW 1 GENERAL CONTRACTING 348 Minorca Avenue Phone 48-7493 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER I Rader Knappen Tippetts Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 1615 duPont Building Miami, Florida ibul Phone 9-4741 "THE CORNED BEEF KING" Charliv's MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT CHARLES FRIEDMAN. Proprietor Phone 82-9181 2195 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami. Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY PARK MADISON STUDIO PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 205-07 Lincoln Bldg. 350 Lincoln Road Phone 5-5260 Miami Beach, Florida OmS — FRAMES — MINIATURES A SPECIAL WISH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR HAPPINESS DURING THE ^ PASSOVER SEASON Rohan's Paint & Hardware Co. Miami Beach 515—41st Street GREETINGS CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS Immediate Delivery JACK SWERDLIN 4490 S.W. 74th Avenue—Off Bird Rd. PHONE 87-7696



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PAGE 14 D vjenisfi fhrldHan Religious Directory. CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH (Orthodox) will hold %  will I' ovsky in special Passover sei on Saturday morning, D service a! 7:30 a.m. followed by i Kiss in Misl na. Mincha at (i p.m. is followed on Sui ruesday ami Wedi esda.v \ lass in laws and customs, and on Monday ,;nd Thursday by Jewish legends ol the Tal bo held at in MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL aril Congregation (Orth will hold i v, ning si at 6:15 and at 9 a.:i Saturda> will I st ol Fri I g< A I • > w :11 be held at 6:15 | i ad S t 9 1 • t 6:1 I %  %  s ISRAELITE CENTER servativ I will hear Ral S Spit;;.. g %  .. sen Vt tht Sunday service, !> a.m., I it rabbi will discuss "The Real Mi Passovt r" Dail> si .it 8 a.m and night service at 6 ,;„;; p U p in lay. A ,.... w 25. Dr. Hi mal Aspects ol LEGAL NOTICE MarSHOLOM i; ; p.m. 1 TEMPLE BETH •' S HOLLYWOOD JEWISH WEST MIAMI (Const rvath Bechoi : 30. It will %  icted 1 %  2 DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE • it I %  S M • • • CONGREGATION BETH EL will havi I 7:30 Siyum at n.. evi nin % %  •' %  %  • t 7 | % Grauer w il the F '•" on Sunday will : lion will ind %  %  Jacob 1 1 BETH DAVID %  p I iaturda; %  % %  It S t Todaj ficiate. : S S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX I'll' CIRCI IT '•• H'RT OP THK N .11 Jl'IRCI \l. CIRl TIT HI H/MIIDA, IN AND nut DA HE H .i STY. IN CHANCERY, No. |.(.||S HREENHKRU. Plaintiff, vs. I'DARA IQRKENBERO, dai i. CDARA I. nHEENBERQ, Brookl.i n, Ni Fork. • -. i i .• .i i.-u .i : l he Hill .if com%  the plaintiff's d to file 11 rlglnal ,' -u. i in ih< office <>f the Clerk "f It C on oi befoi a the a.i> : \i IJ \ i > 1*51: othei a i ol Complaint for Dh <•. herein, will be taken feeaed (•> you. n M Florida, this the -. ,!.>> • %  V| 1951. i: H L.EATHERMAN, k of the Circuit ( i-.i %  !• County, Florida. ... u M W. STt ICKINO, Deputy MII.Ti 'N \ I ItlKP.M VN V11 oil IP> I If I M mi. Ki.i. ice MTT 7" Ni Id • %  MIAMI BEACH %  %  %  CORAL GAB1 FS %  %  %  i %  5 S %  T2 \ CONGREGATION JACOB F BETH TEMPLE ISRAEL V* M s • %  %  KNESETH ISRAEL I • S will TEMPLE BETH EL at I Satuid %  %  -il Man Gn : iy : NORTH DADE J< wis ( I ver I I Oneg ; s 21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Till: i' i v I'V Jl'lMJK .-' I'I >l*RT IN siI .HI |i \i>K i'i TN rv. >HIDA. IN PROBATE, No KST \Ti: i il ICM VN HI. CKSP.ERO. To A \ I Pi • • %  H 1 r • %  1 %  of you %  a to pn • • ih. %  VN liDICKSUKKO, II n \\ I' ISDANTi'N. %  %  Hade • %  the I i %  %  %  %  KSBERO I..i-' v, .a I %  •V I IN T^tejfe i:i.i:vi:sV' •,'"'• PLoltllu iv?;} 1 IN || AN CATHARINE \ T 1 %  I" •' I V, u ,' i .' 11 %  TEMPLE %  %  NORTH SHORE %  n I I. Sal rnn l %  I .'. ". R : < Vt r Satui ISRAEL : Sarol %  %  Api 1 22 Richard I HEBREW ACADEMY • 7 30 S • I s tor) Bobbie L t 6 p.m s Sundaj • Mr G Isl in will • • • YOUNG ISRAEL Syn cue of : %  untry VISltll [ %  Satui %  ly at nd 6:30 I TFERETH ISRAEL X I 4316 S • i JERRY & MACK RADIATORS Cleaned Exehaaged IN Til l| |;T >p Tin: IAD cm I N A .. i: i; v. N MAR. KR N ST El N 11KI.I.K I I .. \ iSW • iRTH • i • • %  nits TO HAI BKRNSTEIN DEM. XSTEIN, n* 111 V, MARK WAItSWl R IR., and if an> n:be ... .,B • %  %  %  %  %  %  tinat • %  HAHHl IN and BEDDK "ERNST •. •„ „. KEDDA 1NSTEIN hit lf, i i Kl'lil |R %  • • • .|. .. %  %  %  • not BARR1 liEDDE : s 'l I:! I.:. \ KERNS H IN. I MARK V D Il HE.NE ^ %  n to h*vi • -• i ..iiil I.I %  1 Dot In Bh> ;, :.. ..f CORAL N 'OK to the I'l.lt %  I in Pl.it Bo. k of the Public Ri lade C tnty, Florida '" •'' med and deafen! un• i that the BUI of Com. n '. %  ):,.f >..n ab A %  -i\ led '•;r.-uit. in int |. Plorlda, to : the bove den the t tie of th.Plaintiff %  uch %  from the herein, • %  : '. .i op] Ol the Rill • tiff's atR ibln, ISO Lincoln I Una i n k % %  th. I the 17th day of %  rill I., uken dei %  %  ..'" %  • 'ROERED at Miami, ol April v D i: B I.I: ATIIKU.M AN. my, Plot Ida It \\ M W STOCKINO, EDI:\ %  % %  N I %  %  %  I" %  %  |aj • %  %  •' I M : ;S BEN ; ~ S %  %  NOTICE BV PLBLICn IN in-: I:I. IN JOS T %  v.t > %  file I %  • % %  Clerl (Or. Seal) c J MYERS HEIMAN I Attorni • NOTICE BY PUBLIC* 1 TO KARAH KlTCHB %  "(New or Used) ALL CORES MFG. & Sam Solloway. second irom right. chapter rr.ember of North GUARANTEED IN MIAMI Shore Lodge. B nai B nth. recetves a plaque honoring h^m for outD IPIM>% A a a Standing B nai B nth achievement during 1950. Shown in photo at BV IrRRY £ M APIs' recent installation banquet ceremonies are [L to r.J Leonard Tobin 9 JUIlll I OL PIAvIV outgoing president: E. Albert Pallot. principal speaker of the evening: Solloway and Leo Steinman, who was installed as the r.ew president of North Shore Lodge. 2034 N. W. 2nd Ave. PH. 9-2603-4 DISEASES A New Approach IN TREATMENT Or H. w. Haig p h 86-6534 2 Hira.-g Av MlJmj Beach -. %  •



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IY. APRIL 20, 1951 *-kni*lirkrMiirn 9-4944 Phone 88-6025 Iter Kent. IIM*. Stores to Serve You y,. g i at\ Ii iod i'.'i.uijli to Got to %  B 176 W. Flagler Si. MIAMI, FLA. 419 Hialeah Dr. HIALEAH, FLA. Greetings )ur Many Jewish Friends and Patrons IUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR IISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 62 S.W. Third Street PHONE 2-7664 PAGE 7 C TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS 32il


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PAGE 4 B kni*Hnfrr£rii-~*ff N. Y. Daily Smashes Spy Trials; Defends NEW YORK (AJJP)—A major American daily newspaper recently smashed the nervous silence of Jews and non-Jews on the impact of the Jewish names in the atom bomb spy trials with a powerful editorial defense of American Jewery, and hundreds of New Yorkers applauded the newspaper's stand. The editorial was the first stand by any large American publication to formally bring the issue out into the open. The editorial, entitled "Orchestra of Eight Million," appeared in the New York Daily Mirror April 3rd. after a lengthy debate among top editorial executives, The debate was not over whether the editorial defense should be used but as to whether the tactic was a wise one. As far as could be learned, the idea for the editorial was worked ou! as an independent effort by the Hears! paper. Silence On Jews In American Jewry "We decided to run thi as an answer to the whispering campaign against American Jews because Of their Jewish names in the atom espionage cases.'" Glenn Neville, executive editor of the daily, told the American Jewish Press. The paper has a daily circulation of more than a million readers. The page-long editorial opened with congratulations to "three fine Americans of our city: Judge Irving R Kaufman, who presided over the court which tried the atom bomb spies: United States Attorney Irving R. Saypol: and his assistant Roy C who prosecuted and com spies. Julius Rosenberg. Ethel Rosenberg, and M 11." "Si me bigots will say the three spies are Jews and will iem unce all Jews." the edit said. "Tiny will forget to Saj that the judge, the prosecutor FOR THE SEDORIM and the prosecutor's assistant lid such a magnificent job also Jews." In boldface type, the editorial %  nued: • %  The unfairness of drawing inclusions from particular instances, the indecency ol fixing a bad typ e exempli! The editorial went on to say that such judgments were like saying that all Americans >>f Italian descent were like Frank Cos:, Ho; that all Anglo-Saxon Americans were like Algei Hiss; that all Irishmen were like "Cockeye" Dunn, a local mob Poundini at the theme. the editorial said "there is no jogic in drawing false conclusions from a minimum of facts. "Who d ires I i say this Rosenberg creature is typical of our ns of Jewish persuasion, when against him can be pitted millions df Americans such as Bernard Baruch, Bernard Gimbel, 1 iss, Barmy Balaban, Adm ... Strauss, Ch Joshua Goldbi R lolph Halley and so many others who come ,; rid?" The editoi ial said that it was '.; % %  qu tion becausi ty is the home ly immediate %  i wi w( re all oi t r< time, and the histoi s city shows that when a group become 'old timers' they tend to look down on the new comers." Rejecting the idea of a melting pot. "As Israel Zangwill so cally describes us." the editorial contended that Americans %  are mere like a symphony or': a." "Harmony means neither sameness nor monotony. It does mean cooperation, self-discipline, and teamwork. Of course there will metimea be a devil who plays (Continued on Page 10'B) lIDAY '^20. IS 26th Anniversary TiieAAe CUSTOM TAILOR 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Passover table setting, arranged by Rabbi Jacob Levinson. religious supervisor at I. Rokeach 8c Sons, is highlighted by unique sterling silver ceremonial plate from Israel. 7t' %  iJM.fr .. „m,& 2-1776 509 N. E. 13th St MIAMI 5-3528 MIAMI BEACH Passover Is Coming! Place Your Poultry Orders Early! "On the Trail" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision We Sell Retail and Wholesale to Hotels. Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St Buy Direct — Save Money DOOM TO through the use of NYLON TENTS The Cost is reduced more than Vz 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY •^ WOOD'AND SUBTERRANEAN ftajEv TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 M.et WORRY About Your FOOD 4 Complete Catena, Sertncr 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 4 HOLIDAYS SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST ^TERMINATING CO ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7796 Quality Contracting and Service 404 S.W. 8th Avenu. Phone 9-2477 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone g. u RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING -METROSinoked Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITS FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA New Shipment of Herringi and Greek Olives Dial 58-5300 MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE ASK FOR KOSHER ZION Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN Make your parties and functions desirable and scrtisfyin? by serving KOSHER ZION delicatessen products to your guests and family. Made with t-e I ne-t and ( e ,„„ t meat under the tr c ,„, Ka.hrut" uperv, s ,on. ontr Prod, ctt, U. S. EST. No 1 tH '.on dem.nd "KOSHER *'0 N h n of Rabbi SI Olm Ce.:.i Ka pi' ATTENTION STOREKEEPERS JOBBERS Ii 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 Z50N SAUSAGE CO. 37th St. and Normal Chicago. I1L. U.S.A. T-l. BOUlevard 9303 I



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PAGE 2 D +. lewis* fkrkHnn _FRIDAY < rail ill IB rails Oiitrr Drivr For Members • %  ; %  i-.an of I I %  %  S PTA .. S %  Otl %  : R. Spi ng. A i B. Kal M. Deck F '• • M< ssi s. Ez: Kal \ nd KitBond Placards Plaster N. Y., Booths Set Up NEW Yi %  estimated 2 I %  %  %  • •• %  mtei [n line i %  %  %  %  Liberman Seeking Council Reelection Ling re-i • %  : l • %  [947 I ssed %  I : • tpark He War %  %  Liber mai .... [f elect it thai %  %  !] April 21 Big Night At Biscayne Track -'• %  -.v K %  %  rig .. •.' I %  N %  ; %  -. %  '. the ] Over 50 guests attended the annual luncheon of the Greater Miami Cantors At the Victor Hotel on Thursday. April 12. The affair honored Cantor and Mrs. 7 K **'' Moishe Kussevitzky and Robert Strassburg, music consultant of the Jewish Cent B*U1 Pictured are (seated, 1. to r.) Cantors Jacob Tambor. Kussevitzky. Samuel Kelemer '" i? association. Z. Kwartin. Rabbi-Cantor Joseph Rackovsky. Cantor J. Y. Goldrinaif !" Car.:crs Joseph W. Malek. I. Teich, M. Feinerman. L. D. Feder. Mr. StrassbuVq'"clu^?l Bereie Kelemer and Maurice Mamches. Cantor Paul Beck, also a member of the assort!!!!. 1 pictured. Goldring; (standing "urg. Cantoni he associjii. >lu*ir i oimcil To Nrat lo.ultrs : 1. '•' %  %  si .\ .. Mj '• % %  25. A mu will s imuel Ki : :. the ffic< .' .. %  K %  %  '. .' '' • I \ lilton Sirkii I irer; W • • :.. and .1 -';-. Du I : II be unP of An) A tii hi as :: %  MesB< n Yomen, Samui Ki leHoward Melnick, Ted Nel'.ler.' Kenneth Oka, J J. I ...... -. %  -%  a with anol J. :i. rwenntun UKa, j j. Holler. ^ Samuels. Louis Soh-.vartz.nd Robert Si lav in June at its disi feels sun 1950— • % % %  '" %  • ip a near-top••.••• %  %  • .• I mutu' :n musical entertainment will include selections by the Cantors' iation Choir and other local %  ts, Passover Greetings to All from the VICTOR HOTEL Passover Meals Served During the Week Strictly Kosher Cuisine rtl2th Ca!15-0C41 Dov Group To Meet Chapter of Mizrachi W. m ill meet Wi Ini lay, April I 'p.m. at hi % %  El Center m thi i Iren's I part} I to discu a %  .'.: % %  %  Wheel Balancing (Q and AH f Set Camber and Castor Adjust Toe-in Balance Two Front Wheels SPECIAL ALL FOR $il.98 4 Labor Only Weights Extra -*<3 "^.. '-"' T "C CONVINI1N1 i I TWO CONVELOCAT.ONS .OS5W.FLAGURST. PHONE 9-644. 00 N.W. 7th AVE. P> oNt 2,40 THE FINEST TREAT FOR PASSOVER FROM is?.; ELITE Chocolate n y & Truly Delicious! Now Obtainable at Food Fair Carl's Markets MIAMI SOIL TOP CO. Wholesale and Ret Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21s, Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED COULTON BROS. GARAG! Witt-leu 1 R Free Ptck-L'p and Del!v( u THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Asscciatice Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish FsiiJ ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater*! Vaad Hakashruth ', C 2 is displayed: 2. 3. 4. And to buy only chickens with the ring of the GXl fl 1 D i as this is the only identification whichfi that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; A slit on the throat of a chicken is not proof tfottj kosher, according to the Jewish Law; Stores which were endorsed previously might a endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see if thi of the G.M.V.H. is displayed—DO NOT TELEP3 YOUR ORDERS! AND ANNOUNCES That the following poultry markets in th CITY OF MIAMI arc 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, 143 H.W.^ CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO., 230N.W. KENHOLZ MEAT & POULTRY MARKET. 2634 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables (NOTE: Several of the other meat markets did noij the Mashgiachs to enter their stores, and they are" chickens without identification, and those markets a 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 EspM u KAPLANS KOSHER MEAT MARKET. 552 Washington MALTER'S KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARK • 436 Collins Ave. S & H LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 320 Collins AAND ALSO ANNOUNCES That s'.gns such as "Traditional Dinners "Kosher Style," "Jewish Style." or Sacrarr. Scved," definitely do not assure kashruth Jewish -en:*' n4 For Further Information Concerning Kas.ir uth CU : % %  Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Harry Sirkin. Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. s.



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)AY, APRIL 20, 1951 fo Top Ranking South African Jewish >aders Celebrate 70th Birthdays :lewisfi Hrm-Minn PAGE 5 I Bv EDGAR BERNSTEIN JOHANNESBURG — Two nutding figures in South African wry—Morris Kentridge, vetirliamentarian, and Adolph ex-mayor of Port ,beth—have just celebrated 70th birthdays, and the •. leading Jewish organizajoined to express ap%  of their work. Both are n the highest esteem not in the Jewish community, all sections of the African people. Kentridge has probably %  ord of parliament %  oi any member sitn the Union's Legislature He was first elected to %  ill in 1914. and with ouple of interruptions, i n returned to the House nee. .,,i n in Lithuania, the son of a : %  he was brought up in the lh of England, where his settled while he was still ihild. He was educated at the IUS St. Andrews University |S land, while his interest in |s first began. He came to iih Africa as a man of 21. and ten practicing as an attorney [Durban. Here public life soon lined him, and he became acin general politics, and in :i urs of the Jewish com| He became a member of unionist Party which cam| i [or ihe amalgamation of ur colonies of those years the Union of South Africa. quently, he joined the Party, and it was as a t candidate that he was first I to Parliament in 1914. In 1917 he settled in Johannes: id within a year was • i its Town Council. Here Ihe most hectic phase of K ntridge's public life. n those years had to fight II battle in South Africa. I championship of various r n the Rand brought its i into conflict with the au.*? ?.'On the wall of his V in his Johannesburg home. ridge still has no. tly i souvenirs of his polfi tie of that period—his I kets of the times he was >ted, with other Labor leadf r his championship of the I s' cause. I %  %  rateful Johannesburg cont -. returned him to Parlia| eli ction after election. He ike with Labor to join the late Bc'ld Marshal Smut's party in hI930's, and he was one of chief supporters in the that led to the formation the Fusion Government of me of the most progressive pvernments the Union has had. Daring the war years, Mr. I Ige was of invaluable help assisting the government to Mile various industrial disputes threatened to interfere ith the Union's war effort. A ii the confidences of the classes, whose cause he consistently fought. KentI proved an important ne' r. • le by side with his parliairy work, he continued his lublic service in the Jewish comunity, A life-long Zionist, he vice president of the South I n Zionist Federation, and 1 lpcd to win the sympathy P> many South African Cabinet leads for the Zionist cause. In rjiament and out, he has fearssly raised his voice in defense the Jewish community against pander and calumny. Adolph Schauder was born in '•ilicia and received his education in Vienna. After a brief stay in England, he migrated to South Africa in 1899. and upon the break of the Boer War he et listed f ir service with the British forces here. After the war, be settled in Port Elizabeth, idu illy established hii in business. His material struggle ovi r, h turned his i tti ntii n I i public wi rk, He helped to achi \ mony and coopi i atii n warring factii ns in P irt I beth Jewry, and as the chai ol the city's Orthodox C tion rapidly becami a progress in the ci mmunity. He placed Hebrew education in Port Elizabeth on a s >und I became identified with every aspect ol communal work. His activities extended also to the South African Jewish Board of Deputies, on which he has held office as a vice president for many years. He made his entry into civic affairs in 1922, when he was elected to the Port Elizabeth City Council, and began devoting himself with characteristic energy to one of the most difficult as(Continued on Page 6 D) STOP THAT Toilit Tank COMMON Nuisance IISTAU T0B*r 1 i.llv Gnitrnnferd At Your Hardware Dealer or Phon. 7-7574 „ Master Bal-Gald *-Q. Hot T N. MIAMI, la %  MM Bonds for Israel was the subject of the talk delivered by Israeli Minister of Trade and Industry, Yaacov Ger\ et a luncheon held et the Shelborne Hotel last Thursday. Among community leaders who pledged their support to the S500.000.000 Israeli Bond Drive which will help finance industry and agriculture in the Jewish state were (sitting. 1. to r.) Samuel Fried'anc, Minister Geri. Dan B. Ruskin, Stanley C. Myers; (standing. 1. to r.) I. L. Mintzer. Sam Lachman. Seymour B. Liebman and Millor S. Malakoff. director of the Greater Miami Committee of Bonds for Israel. Pli'.to bn Fot'en Maule Produced an i C !" 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IlL 20, 1951 "fJcnisti Ifh/riidliiain Cooking Food For Passover PAGE 11 C ."jp egg it, end. vo-u IKV ELMAN CAKE No. 1 !r;>ke) rind t <"AK whites very water until iw |y on beatbeating until with lem 'ii Fold this mixi Then gently df combined %  ii your larglin with water, xture. B;ikr -1") to oven, turni di iward ".;"!•: \'.>. 2 nge juice .. jui Hour. ; gradually whites, ind lemon I juices and !•' ild yolks into lly add potato .: 'i 11 three v oven, 300ine and quarter TAIGLACH TZO CARROT PUDDING 2 tabl 1 '%  cups grati d raw can ,': eg 1 '.: cups si; cup i, itato flour \i cup w %  Mj cup almonds Rinrl of >_. lemon. Bcai K ... II, and beat thoroughly, • matzi tal > f] mi I almonds, 1 n md rind wine, and lastly, fold in I, fl iun ; in in a 32 gree oven for 1 hour, BEET PRESERVE 4 lbs. bei ts .'i lbs su 02 i, gin i 3 lemons. Wash and i thin or pul h i • until 1, n Cook %  hour. PAJ GEL : i 1 cup :. tzo meal %  '• ti ', :' ii and bi ing : i a boil ly and thorough! %  %  :.. ll" ip fron : with handle oi a wo idi n ; 0 0VI :.. Phone 9-9521 1306 Conqress Bkk. Ill N.^Second Avenue Tax Saver System Professional For Small Business Individuals I I01KSIJVN BOOKKEEPING, ACCOUNTING, TAX SERVICE MIAMI 32. FLORIDA Joseph Fiorolla GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST Firs! National Bank Bldg. BEST WISHES TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS i J M. N. LIPP VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5-7489 The Best For Less Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS IB i-: 1.1. it A K !•: si 11: s SUPER SOFT BREAD i : 259 Norlhwesi Fourth Street Miami, Florida i 1 eggs oound ho? pourj i! nuts, cut fat '.'.. add fat and meal to form a y hand on board. .akc meal, into tickness. Cut ngth pieces. Bake 350 deg. in a ix honey, sugar id bring to a boil. 1 nuts, Boil slowfrequently, until when dropped in >\ e taiglach on I. flatten, and squares. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER White Rock Bottling Co. of Miami, Inc. PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL SALES — MOTOROLA — SERVICE EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-6564 Service On All Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television 3300 MARY STREET PHONE 83-1633 (E: 5M GREETINGS Jewish Friends IARKS & CO. 2nd Street A HAPPY ISO VER :H BAKER L.ORIST I Ave. Ph. 3-6404 GREETINGS $ IHH I i;>i \\s RESTAURANT N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue Peerless Manufacturing Co. ^ Manufacturer oi Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies 23 N. E. 74th Street % Phone 7-0953 SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY 61 N.E. 26th Street Phone 2-5365 Air Conditioned THE BEST OF FOODS With Friendly Service Popular Prices Radio *23>\ ^ Dispatched Ample Parking PASSOVER GREETINGS from JACK FINE SALES, IXC. Phone 9-0334 GREETINGS OL t h Established 1925 ARMORED TRUCK SER\KEJNC. P.O.BOX 1028 • MIAMI 6. FLORIDA • PHONE 91781 91782 EACH TRUCK BONDED AND INSURED FOR ONE MILLION DOLLARS E TINGS i.so.vs IMI INN REPAIRS e 2-3586 2nd Avenue TEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING—MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES Biscavne Exterminating Service, Inc. 3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-6401 DO.YT TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CLARK& LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 GREETINGS Investors llivci'sit'icd Services. Iuc* MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 1141 So. Alr.ambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 87-9586 Phone 82 5782 '•; 4 fE ELITE MEET" [GRI-LA I Chinese Dishes S — DINNERS ub Building 3rd Avenue E 2-9926 pLL 2 A.M. [Up lo Take Out GREETINGS FINCHER 0LDSM081LE, INC. WE BUY SELL TRADE BUY WITH CONFIDENCE 1740 N, E; Second Avenue Phone 3-8351 GREETINGS Day Phone 89-3640 Night Phone 7-7115 l>AIl<: Hl-I IMSIII-HS FURNITURE SAND BLASTING & TROPICAL REFINISHING Bldg. No. 70 Opa-Locka Airbase B. D. BINDSCHADLER M. F. SCALES



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APRIL 20, 1951 *Jewisti fhyrkMan PAGE 7 A v.. ,.<%  >. %  igfew.g $£& %  % %  BBKK WmLJjJjttjMiv Wi.HE3BI E\J4J % %  (Ui"'iS" • %  > ^-*"^~-"--" %  ^BlP'jOgj^M p^fe^j^-j U;-C TO ALL MY FRIENDS & ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER RAY 1931 Park Avenue REDMAN Miami Beach 1 44A4AAA/ A A A A. /* m v /t KGJMM* 1 H >H I i m um B tured t the "Night of Gaiety," sponsored by the Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel Sunay night, are (first row, 1. to r.) Mrs, Esther in, Mrs. Joseph Zalis. Mrs. Peggy Palmer, Mrs. Harry Einhorn, Mrs. B. Jacob. Harry ir; (second row) Mrs. Harry Field, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. William tan. Mrs. Isadora Fine; (third row) Mrs. B. Weiss, Mrs. P. Catsman, Mrs. Joseph Fine and ry Mollower. ersonally Speaking ting their permanent home in Miami are Mr. and Mrs. h of Chicago. Mr. Guth is a prominent research scientist. \e residing at the Towers Hotel. + and Mrs. Joseph Platt celebrated their twenty-fifth sary quietly at home with their children. Mrs. Platt is 3ting from a broken foot. sonq quests at the National Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr. B. Joseph Jacobs of New York. During their stay they are 1945 with Mr ;. Joseph Zalis as itertained by Mrs. Jacobs' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. fi rs t president. Under her leaderAuxiliary Holds "Night Of Gaiety" Credit for much of the success of the "Night of Gaiety," a fundraising event sponsored by the Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday night at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, may be given to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grossinger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Field and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mollower, according to Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, president. The auxiliary was organized in Herman Gordon of this city. and Mrs. Max P. Feld, who have moved into their new 1655 S.W. 19th Terr., announce the birth of a daughter, iRae, on April 2 at Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables. The Mr.-also the parents of another daughter, five-year-old %  usan. [th Rehearse Skit For State HViih Convention Here irsals are now in progress ["B'nai B'rith Youth-CapVritten by Trudi Lach as ai B'rith Youth OrganizaOntribution to the program 'Florida State Federation lion of B'nai B'rith Men |men, Selma Lewis, BBYO has announced. f'Youth-Capades," a musi; depicting the work of the [Order of B'nai B'rith will fcscnted Sunday morning, at the Casablanca Hotel, Ition headquarters. MemH AZA 322, Sigma Rho >;il Palm have joined with Iroups ALS, Hillel and 14 TO ALL )ST HAPPY PASSOVER ^rnard A. Frank Candidate LMI BEACH COUNCIL Paid Political Adv. and Star and Sharet Young Women's Chapters to form the chorus, according to Doris Klein, who is directing the choral group. In lead roles are Marcia Jervis, Myra Haas, Shirley Kassin, Vicky Cohen, Sandra Mickelberg, Burt Weiss, Adrian Roth, Joe Lewis Don Matlin, Don Lichtenstein, Bobby Seiden, Lorraine Kahlenberg, Sylda Botwin, Charlotte Coddon, Doris Myrow, Lois Gilman, Anita Cogen and Sonny Klein. There are still openings for the chorus. Miss Klein announces, and those interested are asked to call the BBYO office, 2-0189, any afternoon from 1-5. Nominating Committee Appointed By Zionists The Coral Gables Zionist District held a board meeting and social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Barkin recently, where President Norman R. Lyons appointed a nominating committee. Seymour B. Liebman will be guest speaker at the next meeting to be held April 26 at the center. Announcement was also made of a public card party at the Israelite Center on April 29. ship, the group grew from a small loyal band to a sizable organization. With the acquisition of Douglas Gardens for the home, the auxiliary is doubling its efforts to provide financial assistance and added comforts for the individual residents, Mrs. Weintraub said. Upon completion of the present remodeling, it is hoped that the home will be able to accommodate 125 aged persons, she explained. The guiding light, founder and honorary president of the parent organization is Mrs. Isidor Cohen, pioneer Miami resident, who is still active in work for the aged. Her latest endeavor is a sewing project to make items which will ultimately be sold at a thrift shop at the home. Mrs. Cohen has invited members and friends to join her in knitting, sewing, crocheting and weaving for this project. She revealed that physically able residents of the home will also be taught to participate. Douglas Gardens is located at 150 N.E. 53rd St. and is open to the public for inspection tours. IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S Th. HELBOItNE For Perfection In 'ASSOVER SERVICES and DINNERS APRIL 20, 21 Modern Dignified Conducted in Song and Chant PROFESSOR SIDNEY J. QREENBERO of the I'niveraitv of Miami and Temple Beth Sh.ilom | rst Night S8 for Second Night $16 for the Two Mghts RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-1271 ON THE OCEAN AT 18th STREET Masada To Hold "Matzo Ball" Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District will hold a "Matzo Ball" on Sunday evening, April 22, in the outdoor patio of the Versailles Hotel, according to an announcement by David Goodwin, president. In case of unfavorable weather, the dance will be moved to the hotel ballroom. Highlight of the evening will be the "Crumbiest Contest." Prizes will be awarded to the winners, as well as to each contestant. Music for dancing will be provided by Michael Selker and his orchestra and Jack Carlton and Demris will present dance exhibitions. Gil Rappaport and Hilda Lax are co-chairmen of the committee in charge of arrangements. Assisting are Rita Dulberg, Estelle Pietrack, Pearl Protzel, Gil Miller, Monty Popover, David Goldfine and Gertrude Migdal. Proceeds are earmarked for the group's local and overseas projects. Fancy Catering Weddings. Parties 8c Banquet! PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 IN MIAMI BEACH BEACH FOOD CENTER 1421 Washington Ave. BEACH POULTRY MARKET 429 Espanola Way BLACKSTONE MARKET 737 Washington Ave. COMMUNITY MARKET 453 41st St. DAVE'S SUPER MARKET 1050 Alton Rd. DELICACY SHOP 1450 Washington Ave. DREXEL MARKET 1447 Dreiel Ave. EMPIRE MARKET IS Collins Ave. FOOD MART 7440 Collins Ave. GENERAL FOOD MARKET 552 Washington Ave. HARRYS MARKET 732 6th St. LEE-MAR APPETIZER 1434 Washington Ave. LUNDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Ave. MARCUS' SUNILAND MARKET 1055 Washington Ave. MELODOFSKY'S MARKET 618 Collins Ave. MERLIN'S MARKET 321 Collins Ave. MICHIGAN FOOD MARKET 531 Michigan Ave. NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424 Collins Ave. NORTON'S MARKET 820 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 f ] 237 Collins Ave. WHITES FINE FOODS 1695 Alton Rd. WHITE ROSE MARKET 87 Washington Ave. ZION FOOD CENTER ] 1429 Washington Ave. IN MIAMI CORAL GATE GROCERY 1737 S. W. 32nd Ave. DRESSON'S MARKET 5228 W. Flagler St. GLORIFIED DELICACIES 2133 Coral Way G. & S. BAKERY 1047 W. Flagler St. HARRY'S DELICATESSEN 3617 S. W. 8th St. MAX'S DELICATESSEN JI31 W. Flagler St. 3 MURRAY'S DELICATESSEN 1551 S. W. 8th St. SIDNEY'S FANCY DELICATESSEN 5199 N. E. 2nd Ave. TANNER GROCERY 1263 W. Flagler St S. & M. DELICATESSEN 812 S. W. 22nd Ave. STARNETT DELICATESSEN 477 LcJeune Rd. IN COCONUT GROVE JUDSON TANNER 3057 Grand Ave. IN CORAL GABLES TANNER & TANNER 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd. IN III \l I All SEMINOLE MARKET 434 E. 1st Ave. ALSO AT THE FOLLOWING SUPER MARKETS %  FOOD FAIR 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



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bAY, APRIL 20, 1951 JmiOl fUriili tr LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 15 D ORDER OF PUBLICATION rill'. CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN" AND ,i; DADR COUNTY, FLORIDA. 'HANCERY, No, I 10058. EXE .1. SIOLINOER. Plaintiff, vs. HOLIXOER, Defendant. cl'TO SIOLINOER n sti n --• I Germany hi rebj notified thai a BUI ,' : : for I 'i\ "i %  >• ha H I-. -'II • %  %  : and you art hei eby .-.:>.:i copj %  .!' J iu lo thi I' 'I ot Complainl on i.. ney and flli An-u er in 111'offlcj i i mi Court on or befoi ,,l i) ot May, 1951: otherw Ise, i ns of said Bill of i "omu iii bo taken as confi --• d -ii. day of April. 1951, i: II. LEATHERM \.V Clerk of Circuit Court. • rourl Seal) By R. II. RICE, .lit.. Deputy Clerk. IjyiE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. for Plaintiff •i Road h, Florida i a I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Hi: COUNTY JUDGE'S < 'I >URT \\'l> FOR DA I >K COUNTY, B,..i:iHA. — IN PROBATE. Nu. INSTATE OF RT SAYETTA, eased. i 'redltora and All Persons Claims or Demand* Agalnsi Estate; %  i each nf you, are hereby i mill required to present any .nil demands which you, or i. mav have against the HERBERT SAYETTA, deale of Dade County. Florida, w F. BLANTON, County i .Hi.County, and file the office In the County l lade County, Florida, calendar months from .if the HrBt publication hereof. i demands to contain t he UlivsH "i the claimant and to ii to and presented .is afori will be lianail. 9, Al>. 1951, BESSIE JA< i IBY, Administratrix of the Estate III:I:I;I:I:V SAYETTA, De.. ,|, II tl l.IHBMAN Administratrix : \OTICE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT i IF THE 'in HI >|i'IAI. CIRCUIT IN AND Sit DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— II VXCERY, No. 140040. : J VANDERNIET, Plaintiff, SERTRUDE HELEN [\\M:I:NIET. Defendant. GERTRUDE HELEN %  AN'DKRXIET, 49th Street n, New Jersey '' required to servo a copy ir Answer to the Iti 11 of ComDlvorce on the Plaintiffs i%  > %  and to file the Original the i ifflie of the Clerk of iii Court on or before the day of May, AD. 1951, otherwise, nf Complaint for Divorce filed herein will be taken (1 liy you. %  ATKIl at Miami. Florida, this of April, A.D. 1951. i: II. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida |cuit I 'ourt Seal) By: \VM. W. STOCKING, DeputyCIerk. and Address of ii 1 Si.lielti r: %  I.MAN It. LYONS, pla Building y i lorlda I ; :. i (NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  .I. desiring t.' engs Ii i the fictitious name of Lounge and l 'ncknire v.\v. 1st St., Miami, In-.II.I name with the • ihe Circuit Court of I' di I In Ida. CIVIC BAR INC. • IIKIMAN AND KAPLAN ii llcant i i %  NOT H ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'E IS HEREBY niVEN •II,-. i. dee ring to ei I • tin fictitious name of WM WARE CONSULTING HI :;.•!' Roper Building, 20 lilrd A\ i inn-, Miami, Fli i • u ist< r said name ii'i k of Hi,Circuit Court of l lorlda, QUSTAV L. VICTOR ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridlan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 'or messenger service. I --^SSC^ SEITLIN s COMPANY LEGAL NOTICE iv J2£ TIC E BV PUBLICATION El I %  vi'v,!',' 1 ',,' %  ,' '•"'"''• K THE i.l.l.V l..\ | || ii, ii, j v] CIRCUIT "FLORIDA. IN VXI, TOR DADE | ; ( ; l | -yv IN CHANCERY, V M i M J^ s vM^ E y |NR : ; • vi 1 ANNIE LEVINK, Defendant To: I-ANNIE I.KVINl' ma 33rd si .. -. \gi Long is!,,,.i .i conv of %  ', .' %  ; • .' J"? '?.•: Mfl A I. ,; % %  %  i -Pi.iint %  tr:,;r %  ',:<< A ; < la. this the E. B. LKATHERMAN. 'erk of iii. cin ill Court, %  nilto nty, r. OUI t S.-.,l> Bj WM, W, STOCKINB MILTON A FRIEDMAN*" 1 1 '''"^ y for I'!;, i/13-20 e -27y I 8 '"*" Mlam1, "" %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in VACATION MODES OF MIAMI a number 127 N. w ,,„, streo ln ,„.. tj of Miami. Florida, Intend* to "plater the said name with the i ounty, Floi niii A. .vn 0 \ l:\IKNT CO., INC By NORMAN II. ROTHSTEIN President POKES ,vFRISHMAN Attorneys 120 Lincoln Road 4 13-20-27 .", I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ih, undersigned, desiring to ngage In huslneHK under the fict Itiotin name of SAM THE CHINA .MAN at 6212 N.W. itn Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade %  unty, I lorlda SAMUEL .1. JAFFEE LESTER LASKY Attorney for Samuel J. .1 I I 13-20-27 u l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underslR-ned, desl Ins to eng hue ;.. -under the fictitious name of YtlUNG'S FRUIT SHIPPERS at 211 .-'.mm Isli s Boulevard, Miami Bi ai ii ll. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. II. I. YOUNG WILLIAM BOXER POKES & FRISHMAN Attorneys for Applicants 420 l.im-..In Road, Miami Beach, Florida 4 13-20-27 5,4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Humpty Dumpty Toyland at 4036 Red Road, South Miami, int. nils to register saiii name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB HERMAN SI I'NEY ROBBINS Attorney for Applicant 901 N.E. 2nd Ave. 4/13-20-27 .1/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT UF FLORIDA. IN' AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 110151. LEON HYMOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs. ROSE HYMOWITZ, Defendant. SUIT FOR IIIVIIRCE TO: ROSE HYMOWITZ 333 Blake Avenue I: ioklyn. New York You, Ki >SE II YMi IWITZ, are hi i notified thai n 11 of ('omplafnt for has been filed agalnsi and you ar< %  ; %  cd to BI ve a nf your APl> the Bill '. miff's Attorney, BEN KSSK> Bldg., Mini i i file the \ -A ; • ad nin th< of the Circuit Court "ii • 'li1 10 to do so, Judgfault will he taken i for the n lief di manded in the II nf Complaint, This notice Bhall be published • w each week for I onsi cutlve weeks In The Jewish Floi dlan. DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 10 day of April. A.D. 1951, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, %  -ii, ull Court, i Null County, E • (Circuit Com i Seal) ,.,..,„ i:. WM. IV. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, BEN ESSEN .. ii. M Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plalntlf I 13-20-27 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that the undersigned, di B to engage in i, iness under the fli 'Jtlous name ot \l.r\lV.-LOCK AWNING SHI I I ER CO. mot inc.) at Bldg. 1418, Avenue |20th st. Airpi rt.fi 1, Box 181, Miami, l Intends i" ri said name with the Clerk of tin ,„ ,-,,..., ,.; i, |, Co nty, Florida. ALUMINUM ROLL-1 P AW NI.Ni ; I "I i.MI'ANV :l |. ,, ;.,,!..lion, owner. AMOS BENJAMIN At ey for Aluminum KOII-LP .i Florida corporation l 13-20-27 PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 V. 19 N.C. 2rd T. MIAMI 3. 'LA LEGAL NOTICE iv JiPJ'SH BY PUBLICATION IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till-' I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF [RJDA IN AND FOR DADE '.."' N n IN CHANCERY. Ca o No. i :-.., i SILVIA ROSS LIJtSES, Plaintiff, vs. H VRtll.D I.1SSES. n, fendanl TO: HAROLD LISSES, 1383 Darby 1 %  %  l.:,],. Manor, tah, Ln. Island, New York: to serve n comer to the bill of iiIVntt*. •Mian :. i In l %  %  or before %  '! %  %  March 29th, I K. B LEATIIKRM \x. Clerk Cl i 'ourt. i Bj WM. W'. STOCKING, i ,. ., i '• i>utj i :ii rk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni PTIi'E is HEREBY GIVEN that [hi %  i %  • i„ ii. di sti ing to eng %  un ii ithe fictitious i ame of %  • %  T Storage at 11M N.E. l-i Ave., Miami, to register said name itk the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of l lade County, t lorida. CHARLES SATTENSTEIN, S-.le i l\\ ll. r, I 6-13-20 27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |>I l-'l.i iRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 110013. MAV TOY LEE YEE. Plaint iff. vs. CHUCK GOW YEE, Defendant, i i H I'CK oi iw VI:I:, 146 ll, .-i,:sti eet, N. %  .-. Yoik. New Voik. V< i are required to serve n copy .,f your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs nttorney. and to file ih I glnal anBWI i in the office of the Clerk of the %  Court on or before the -ith day % %  May, A D. 1951; otherwise, the %  • i 'ompln foi i ilvi rce, here• In, will be taken as ssed by you Dated at Miami. Florida, this the %  lili day if April, 19 E. B, LEATHERMAN, 1 i • %  k of the Circuit Court, i' le i "ounty, lloi 1 lit l 'o irt Seal) Bj WM W". STOCKING, Deputj Clerk. MILTIN A. I l!li:i '.MAN, Vtt ej for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 1/6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th.1t the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Drake Villas at 7T:; Tatum Waterway Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said name with Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Mile County, Florida. JACOB FREIDUS and CLAIRE FREIDUS, i g-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 HARRY'S MARKET at 614 N.W. 14th Stint, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida NATHAN M. GRADMAN HUTNER A 1IUTNER Attorneys for Harry's Market I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND WOK I VDE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133. ANN LUCARELL1 ELKITZ, PI vs, ISA I ml; ELKITZ, D Ti ISADOR ELKITZ, %  .. .1 II. • St. Pa You i a copy i • Ml iRTi 'X Ri ITH EN BERG, ; Bi i.. i %  • the Clerk of the I'll Mas net-wise, said Hill n nfes ; I Dated tills ;i day of April, A.D. : LEATHERMAN. :. of the Circuit C i I. C rl Seal) By R. II. RICE, JR., Deputj i %  27 ". I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT C< H'RT • >F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT in-' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1 101 I! ANN SILVER GROSS, Plaintiff, vs. I i.W'll > GRl >SS, 11. :• n .l:iii t. SUIT FOR 1 'IV' |R( T; Ti i DAVID GROSS 2324 Walton Avenue Bronx, N< w York You ., • %  hi %  bj -i • I that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been :' %  .! .1 quired to ol ur Answer or Pic ndlng to the Bill of Coi Hi,, pjnii Vttn f, A. J KAPLAN, Esq 350 Lin "In Road, M I Beai h, I %  THI • le the nrigii il Vnsw er in the ofl Clerk ; %  i i 'ourt on ,.i hefore the of Ma) 1951. if you fall to do BO, ludgi ien( bj tti taken • you for the n lief den of Complaint. This notli %  Bhall b cl once each w Fli Id DONE AND ORDERED nl M | A.D 1951 i: l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i lade County, Floi Ida, Seal) By R. II RICE. .IR.. i leput) Cli i k. A .1 KAPLAN, Esq. 360 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/13-20-27 5/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i IF ILc >RH >A, IN" AND Fl >R DM IE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No I74S. EVA Hi "RAK. als i known as EVE "' '': VK, I" ilnt Iff, \ s. VLA1 'IMAIK Hi |R \K, I lefendant. TO: VLADIMAIR HORAK io Slska, II East "ntli Street, New N'. ,i k 21, N.u York. You an req %  ed i cops of your answer to the Bill of Comlllltlff's oi bi fori the 23 day of April, A.D. 1951: othi the Hill oi i'.. taken I hy you. i lated ..I Mi.!. i' 1.1, tins the -':: day ol Mai i h, 19 E l: LEATHERMAN, Cli : k of ih. i"In ill Court, l lade Co Florlila. (Circuit Cou Seal) Bj : v. \i. W .-Ti iCKING, Deput) i MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Reynold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 3/30 4/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the undersigned, desiring to ens business under the fictitious name of KENT LUGGAGE at number 33 N.E. 2nd Avenue in the City of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HYMAN FRIED PAULINE FRIED :: :!n I .i-i::-L".i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'il FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY'. — IN CHANCERY. No. 139972. SHEILA COHEN, Plain'iff. vs. EUGENE COHEN, Defi ndant. To: EUGENE COHEN, BI2 Powell Sti %  Brooklyn, New York I ilred to serve tl of youi plaint for Divorce on tinplalnl attorney, and to file the orl thi office of the Cli the 'Ircu'l < 'ourt on or bi fore the ;II dav of April, A 11. 1951: othei Ise, the B :it for I %  :. will I,,taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the :-.i dav o( March, 1931, I-:. B. LEATHERMAN. .' rk of the '': cull l 'ourt, i lad.* i 'ount y, Florida, • Court Seal) By: WM. w. STI "'KING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Beybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. I 6-12-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT >l l-'l.i IRII i.\ IN VND I IR I I ADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 139308 ROSE ESSEN, Plaintiff, vs. HERBERT ESSEN, I', • %  ndant, TO; HERBERT ESSEN 307 Weal 9 Ird Sti • • I New York, New York You are hereby notl a Bll of Complaint foi I hai hi en rains! yo i o nd you n re required t" serve %  < copy ,>i answer th. rcti plalnl ff's ttoi ne> MARX M. FA HER, 112 Con| Floi Ida, and fill %  in.il In thi • %  • thi of the Circuit Court on or before %  i il II of April, 1951, othi a decree pro confesso will be ei I you. Dated al Miami, Florida, thi day of March, : %  I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit I (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, l', puty Clerk. I 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BIDS AMOCO SERVICE at 2002 N. W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Dade Countv. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hide County. Florida. CHARLES S. BURLEIGH JOSEPH H. OANZ Attorney for Charles S. Burleigh 4 S-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engai business under the fictitious name required to Rerve n copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill • %  Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys Pallot, Silver, Tatham, Abdo & Mulloy, tngrannm Building, M and file the original Answei or pleading in ti fflce of the of the 'ii, nil 'oni t on or before the 26th day of April, 1951, If you fall :,, do so, Judgment ly default will be taken agalnsi you for the demanded In the Bill of Complain: This notice shall inpublished once each week for four consecutive weel in The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Mi Florida, this 26 da) of March, A.D 1951. E. I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Coin-. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Cl 3/30 4/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of The Home Delicatessen at 5958 N.E, 2nd Avenue, Miami. Fla., intends I" tel said name with Ihe Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, DAVID KLEIN. I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tl Ign Itusiuef %  e ol a Sail Road, MiamiIB ... th Ihe Clerk of I %  • %  ,v B, Inc. FREDRIC R. ROSEN foi '' .'. II. In '. I Pan Ann I Idg. -27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol ANNE PHILLIPS at 253 Northwest 79th Street., Miami, Florida, Intends to i-egist. -isaid name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ANNE STEIN MARK SILVERSTEIN Attorney for Applicant 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. .: 30 I 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl I'I'II I-: is HEREBY GIVEN the und< liuslni -s under the flcl 1 '. ., n's Men' a and Boys' w S.W Bth s. Ni d. to regls.1 name iiii the Cli rk .-f the • i '.in : of I 'ade Counts. I' %  I,Ei iNARD BERNSTEIN, Soli Ow MYERS, HEIMAN VND KAPLAN \ tti for Applicant % 650 Si ybol Bldg. I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is ll EREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage I b isim BS undi r the fictitious name ol A. At A. DRESS CO. at number 256 N.W. 5th TV i kce in the Citj Miami. Florida intends to i with the Cli • i ADOLFi VALENTIN! l'i IKES .v FRISHMAN Attorneys •: i la. • 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GD EN the i.n,! %  : s un, I, lo Robard Sales 'o, al Miami. Dadi County, Fla., Intends to reglsti name with the Clerk of the : ,.| i inde '"' ::t v Florida. IRVING KELT I. R, MAYERS, \• • %  %  i. V| p ant, 412 Congress Bldg, : 8-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT olFLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY'. — IN CHANCERY, No. i39978 REGINA K. ISAACS, Plaintiff, vs. la 'TIS i: ISA v s. i lefendant. To: LOUIS !'. ISAACS. Street, Brookb n, Ni w v, k YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a of your answer lo the bill of compln ii oi the plaintiff's attorrii %  -. i i • utas, Ma.-and FIoj d, and file thi I in the < fflce of the .-nil Com t on or bethe 4lh daj of Ma r, 1951. In the %  rw BI a lecrce pi %  o w IT be entered ..,; iii l you. Dati d this 2nd day of Api 11, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl -i k ,,f the Circuit Court. Ill Court Seal) Bj M C FBIGE, I ii put y 'lei k. in: COST VS, MAER \FLOYD, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 606-8 Biacayne Building, Miami :::'. Floiida. 4/6-13-20-J7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COlTtT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, N i. 24036, I Re: ESTATE OF JACOB BELSKY, l leceasi ; To All i ind All Pi rsona Having claims or Demands Ai Said Esti You, and each of you, are hi %  notified and requ red to pn .'aims and demands which it her of > ou, mas have against thi estate of JAl i '11 BELSKY, di i late of Miami Beat h, Dade C Florida, :.• the Hon. W. B\ Bi County Ju 1 re of D ido c file the same in his office in the Counts C Be In 1 lade Co l-'I..i Ida, within ii from the date of the first publl s.. ; rla.li or demands contain thi address ol claimant and l be sworn to laid, or sai bo barred. Si Seel Ion 120 of the i I Probate Act. 2, A iv 1951. SOLI 'Ml N CRAMER. Administrator De Bond N the Estate of Jai >b Bi Isk) I ted, PALLOT, Sll,\'i:i:. TATHAM, ABDO A MULLOY Attorneys for ESstate of .laeob Belsky, deceased. 4,6-13-20-27



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PAGE 2 A fjmist flcritfiarr Bandel To Address American Bar Ass'n Conference For Traffic Court Judges City Commissioner Louie B nd i will ap| a panel %  r nexl month on the A n Bai Ass cial r( nee irs. i the < ity i omi y P. Econon i will di' i 141 ridel, who url judge I years thai (l< ction to iho citj i %  ginated the ': ic school for im| rig 1 in s ail sentences The commissioner, who has n scon ol judges I >11< w the once revolutionary plan, will ad9s the (onfert n< e on the tion vs. punishment" suc< l.ouhl KlWted •IVS President E I wV I %  %  JVS Style Show Will Highlight Affair $250,000 Damages Asked By Rabbi _FRIDAY, APRn, 51*1 i A suit for S250.000 was filed by Rabbi Isaac H. [ron the pulrael C ingregagainst oi i • tion, MI it charged i ler. • it action, the t Met ML; iff uttu and defamatory stiteme t" about him in conther members of ition. The Blanderous %  • rs, forced his %  The v spiritual leadf Al •• Israel, an Orthodox ne which he recently orzed. e Biridi-; He spoke on the same subiect i Associati %  t the bef< *'" ty of ( • Berk\ Whi n he took over I 1'. %  • is a 1 %  T I Donor Luncheon Planned be sponr Bel • %  : W "' ish C Sun. ell un his list* net ed to This :< suited m I $150, del will tell how 1 '. evolved : pica! Chapter. B'nai B'rith %  %  n. is making preparations donor luncheon to be held at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami I. on May 6. the luncheon, canasta and :-: will he played in the Mrs. Herman Feldman if the affair. %  1 %  i -. -.-' i nd costs, 60 da; %  %  tl n a t 1 t the few that did i 1 third Announces Topics %  ; T. nd Sun5 at 3 p.m., will discuss on II :.. Fi i iy's pi .gram "The I I s,e ly 60 per cent f Israel on the Passither cures over Holiday and Its Traditional 9 per cent, the 99 per cent way Ceremonies." On Sundav he will lit be the best." discuss "The Democratic Stand Under the schi ol set up. viola~ f V* ^lt>a ding Universities bv • rs were sentenced to the policeStudent Leaders on Racial Diserated school for three evee mMtlon." into, Monday. Tuesday and Wedneaday. The following"Fndav %  vening they returned to'eourt to examination on what ice had taught thei Hook Review Will Highlight Meeting S "Y :' %  %  %  %  %  •f of.. Sunday, May ti. will Bur stein To Be Seder Speaker Dr. Joseph Burstein. director iTiose who flunked went back '> %  "•'• culture and education de3 school, and kept going back Partment ol the Histadrut. will they passed. speak at the annual third seder • Soldz IK Leader Of Iteaeh .m v I' : Soldz has been : Miami 333, Jewish Wai ns, o Dan Heller Edythe D. com\ Ossip, judge aditej Hai Levin, historian: Herman Sok ilow, officer-ol he-day; Max • i CL AU r WMAN. Funeral Duectoi ABE ,;.<&-Tr^ IN NEW VOW 76th Strece and An^TcrJin: A>< LO.VG ISL*"' BRddKl \ \ BRONX



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IpRIL 20, 1951 vJewisti noridHar PAGE 11 B lah Fuses f, Religion m Page 8 B) '. ieen through the I articularly evident The Jew celery tries to re[ only the spirit that • who followed Egypt, but also |i in years later tried L to his teaching {, servance of Passr i m. jllaggadah is not only \i Exodus but also It about it. y told on the PassI the hardships of incidental and rital MteS are in Jeru lalem : the second bi gins, as all I i g m in Jerung round of tally a bit of vegetable dipp< d also customin Jeru, pers '.'i to wash touching the .: is the I, : the chief celeI iers— to H, ".' called a en iallj an live gai ment |. And finalt thi seder is li : I ree nu n. ,i ition, p rvaded by G d is the of mankind. istic of Moses jv I tion that the n, of which the central t lores him. In ler ceremony I, legends and interpretations tBIZON APT. HOTEL Dr. Ph. 5-7675 ?en All Year IGRF.ETIXGS Phone 3-9114 SSON'S FRUIT SHIPPERS N. E. First Ave. liami, Florida SD FLORIDA FRUITS JELLIES IARMALADES PECANS 1 GREETINGS %  S Sundries *RY AND LARRY West Flgaler St KTINGS FROM SUPER COLD Inc. |lsl St. Ph. 9-9633 and iY-TUTTLE. Inc. Igler St. Ph. 3-7614 COMMERCIAL & JIDAIRE PRODUCTS ALL ... A MOST IPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS. LM JOSEPHER and FAMILY of the IIAMI SEA >l> COMPANY f5 N. W. 5th Street PESACH FRUIT CAKE TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS Phone 7-1155 JOI: ut i IIBCII: s iti:i\m SHOP GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST" 3828 N. W. Second Avenue Miami, Florida Upside-down cake is one of more than 35 dishes to be found in a new booklet titled, "Savory Passover Recipes." Copies may be obtained free by writing to I. Rokeach & Sons, 240 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn 11, N. Y. of the event are elaborated, but Moses alone is mul It was the intent of the w I of the Hagg idah to make this subtle tribut) to his greati Moses in order that his teachings may be re;: bered, The Passover Haggadah contains only a few of the si legends and traditions, which have developed about the episode (if the Egyptian bondage and the birth of Israel as a people. A vasl literature of interpretations and elab irations has been preserved in the Talmud. This accumulation continued after the close of the Talmud, and indeed continues in our own day. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER August Studio TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY DISCRIMINATING GOURMETS DINE AT BROUSSARDS OF NEW ORLEANS OVERLOOKING THE BLUE WATERS OF THE ATLANTIC AT 10390 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 86-1117 CLOSED MONDAYS JOHN A. MOOKK AND BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. Blue Prints — Photostats — Drawing Materials Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3666 INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1215 N.W. 21st St. Ph. 3-8795 A Most Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Patrons FOX BRAKE SERVICE 2626 N. E. 2nd Ave. 3-5530 y A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MAURICE Exclusive Designer & Tailor Ladies' Suits & Coats 1662 Lenox Ave. Phone 58-3363 PETE GASCOYNE ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP. 2851 S. W. 31st Ave. Miami Aluminum—Wrought Iron Made and Installed By Caruso Iron Works Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Rear of Aviation Building 3240 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 82-6714 BgSmilSlB 8BaPBBgBBOB Peoples Water and Gas Company KvKIS mindful of the invaluable contribution to the growth oi this community that has been provided hii its Jewish eitizens and residents, takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry Si nee re u-ishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER PEOPLESS^^IPS^COMPANY MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD FORT LAUDERDALE



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PAGE 4 A vJewistintrHtar Z^A^APHa A \eir Delireranve EDITORIAL Hi Once again at this season we celebrate the deliverance of our ancestors from slavery under the Pharaohs. Once again we commemorate one of the great events of Jewish history when our forefathers set out on that lona journey which ended with the establishment of the first Jewish State in Palestine. Nowhere is the pc: je-old ev-. and modem history more striking than between the Exodus from Egypt and the creation ol the present-day State of Israel. Escaped frcm rr.c Paraaoahs, homeless Jews have Qocked to the shores of Israel—more than hall a million since statehood was achieved cmothei BOC 30C to c within tht next three years. Foi these Jews Israel has truly meant deliverance. Yet an even greatei and more 8 ficant deliverance !:es ahead: the deliverance of the Jewish State itseb from dep 1 insecurity and uncertainty. Fc: [arc y stands on the threshold of economic maturity it is developing the industry and the agriculture, and exploiting the resources which will give it true sei:-su:t:c:ency. The Key Indication ol Israel s new strength and independence is the S500,OOO,0OO State of Israel bond issue which is about to be offered to the Amen.-;::-, public Israel is demonstrating its readiness to undertake the obligations ol every sovereign state. Like any rapidly growing nation like any expanding business concern in fact — Israel is borrowing the capita! which it requires to enable its economy to keep pace with its responsibilities. Through the bond issue Israel will derive the funds to build a nation o: ; 000,300 people and to develop the economic structure that such a nation requires. At the same time this strengthened economy will give Israel that independence which is the : gilt o: every sovereign state. It will enable the Jewish State to meet its foreign cbhaations and to NOW OR NEVER Before May 31 fulfill its potential role as the key industrial center for the entire Middle East. State of Israel bonds constitute an investment in a rapidly growing land, with vast possibilities for sound expansion. At the same time, they will help complete the deliverance of Israel from a state of dependency to a state of complete selfreliance. We commend the purchase of these bonds to all Americans. I \4'ir Exodus Once again we are about to ceUw deliverance of the Jews of ancient timeT^ M bondage of Pharaoh. Everywhere in th n H States Jewish families will mark the P ^ festival with glad thanksgivinq. ai,0 'l But there will be no celebration for 100,000 Jewish men, women and children T^l in Iran, in other Arab lands and in Eastern I %  They are waiting for deliverance (hernse!" 0 *' deliverance from poverty, sickness n*^ and fear. •" !" These people exist in the shadow of the coW dar, on which is circled a dread day—Mc--^ All their thoughts, all their hopes are kLU on that date. Before May 31st they must'be. on the road to Israel. If they don't leave bv ft! they are doomed to life in a twilight, L j uncertainty, danger and terror. These are the unwanted ones in the land wW they were born, the Jews whose only fault by they are Jews. They are the victims' cf suspoj and hate, some already deprived of ci:ize:-'-l most with no way of earning a decent liveuhoSI all fearful of what temorrow may bring. Help for the Jews of Iraq—and of Iran, Kurdl tan, Afghanistan, and other Moslem countrjjj must come from the Jews of America. Helnl the Jews of Rumania, Poland and other coiin6l of Eastern Europe must also come from us. %\ must give as much as we can, and more tajl ever—now. And the way to give is through il Combined Jewish Appeal. It is still not too a| to give! Take Iraq, where the pressure is hecvwl Seventy thousand Jews must be removed tral Iraq by May 31st. Their property has bee:*! questered. They have had to dispose oi tail meagre possessions and their homes. With rxngl more than the clothes on their backs, they in the streets in panic and fear to the capirLI Baghdad, where they plead for help*—for rescm| This is the new Exodus—Exodus 1951. Letters To The Editor I i f/i i s KKK i Cox Lee P KKK i %  %  nt and : %  I i ;.<1 '%  %  5 ] say that M I i S I A the Jewish National Fund as the U perished in Nazi Eui p is rid f tti 3 ad W rl I Mati nal E %  %  I %  • %  National I shou ti I • n f the E NaI I 3 I St ill trees -•f.VIl.umhil s the d %  Fund kding %  I I i %  %  j '• %  Nat ttee of the Z. I 2D % %  | tx iippc rr mds ti D %  :% %  I %  N f %  %  : d %  .• %  %  %  Emunah Chapter Passes Out Passover Baskets Emui ipter 175 of the Order i UM Eastern Star met Tuesof Bin Rae Gra2535 S W 17th Aven i te 15 Pass Mesd i 1 M %  ; "..M %  %  :. i Dicksoi P tire ask your%  F-N.F. that '-. %  %  -• : %  Ch 3 %  Israeli, Syrian Complaints Studied %  Continued from Page 1 A) concerning resumption of normal life ..". the demilitarized zone to be r< I by both states. The S %  came on Sunday in the 1 rm of a letter to CoL de Ridder from the sen. : Syrian i< te to 1 •;on. ComD;..i In the letter. Comr 1 1 voiced his ( >untry*s p..te in I at i • • M D c >nv. : ". but he i • 1 : tJ .ited demar. Sy nn %  nt. ] Syria's %  i ...and • I to 1 Abba %  proIT-F ;:. The : : king to delav -e project it s an opera: T r ium asserts Ue R to draw a disI tinction between Israeli entail r and Israeli sovereignty in tatl demilitarized zone. The questwl created by the truce supercatl the memo/and un vl-etj er the Israel Government is hi function as a government in thl demilitarized zone or whettel that area ii t -land dl anarchy dedicau --.ij>| nance of a nra Golda Myerson To Speak Here (Continued I Page 1 a of F ^ ^1 .-.i). In 1946 ihe I •-. n in .J• :i ;| Agency adsal the J Agi • taps*I ? -| Ifyen i it ; ; '' Depart-I ing in t ^,,1 : 1 A::-: I f After the e^t of Is :r V r: I Ben Gu M the post she c. 1*30, at trt* Pott 0" : of '• FU.. under tht Act .- Vrch l Th9 Jewish >isr -3 i%  **S2| the Jewish Umtv *** ."• JZZ kly Member of t-t Jrm'LlS, Wi Jj orkmen's Circle To Mark Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: %  %  B'sphie Agere,. SevtArt J" Syndicate. Wery.i3e "twi •*". Nstionjl EditeVnf Aisocatre". earn Association o r K~J\t*Newspapers. Fle r.Sa P'tu H* *^. The Jewish Po%  ';?.,'£ £ r.inlM the KoohruU of "J^ -avMKllso mdr^nitfi -J ^^Z SUBSCRIPTION TE J.jo One Year -52 Two Vea-s FRED K. 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IPRIL 20, 1951 *Jewisti f?erk§ian PAGE 7 D lish Daily Suspends Publication IN THE MAIL 1 ininil RK (AJP)—The Jewjg Journal, Orthodox jlv. announced in a iployeea last week the 0 | publication. cuttinK number of inde%  ddish dailies in Amerl ent "f suspenps, which the | was permanent, .(• of an outburst i and climaxed of publication limping Yiddish n Journal also Sunday edition, id <1 in the susH ;] iti '11 had fallen to %  last week. Do workers in vai i re left jobless by n notice. The day was posted. Bulletin „ N £ W I RK C IT y 'AJPl-Negotiations were reported under7 Y L • We ek be,ween th management of the suspended Jewish Morning Journal and prospective purchasers of lhe newspaper. The paper ceased publication last Thursday for the first time in more than two decades. Some employes of the suspended newspaoer expressed belief the paper might reappear next wee!<. possibly under a new management. Editor, The Jewish Floridian, Dear Sir: Abbott Opens ll k ae interested 5th St.. upstairs in the old Amvet to know that as a nsult of search c i u broom, were opened on Saturpubhcitv in vour DaDer recently. i %  .< we have b ^contact the da ,1! "" : w,th a : m sought, Mi ir Werner of Dancing, t( it and rehula, Fk,. The notice wa /ided. seen by his daughter who resides Abbott said his active 11185 had 20 dailii i peak circulation of 537,000 a day. By 10J4. ,,s the milli ms of im•' %  i vard full Americanization, the number oi Yiddish dailies had dv n lied to five, including ;he C immunistsubsidized Yidd h gan, the Freiheil Particularly illuminating wen the circulation figures, in roum a iad predicted that numbers, over lhe :• the vvould not publish the | "Big Three" of the S ddish press I -i'l' f :l refusal t h e Journal, the Day and the [ ployees to work Forward. her made some I i n igi6. the Dav's circulation back salaries." was 81.000 daily and 90.000 Sun.; %  cs ;i:v members of j day. Bv 1925, the Day had fallen 111 Writers Union, the to 59.000 daily and (15.000 Sun.-paper Guild and 'day. For 1950 the figures were International I Union, AFL. was suspended when II eed to accept a B week instead of I been demanded. %  -man told the h Press that the n it been paid for ivcred the enii ess and actually at the Forward the remaining offices of the suspension was %  I many of the sitting around in discussing the longend of the daily. addressed to "all Journal News K 1 signed by ArM. Ikenson, president. v given to all is Journal News I we have susI '.ion. and are I to inform such ir services will i %  from this day on. i News Corporation p< issume resp a es to empl reliable reports ; i ials had api. n li %  :. \ B financial supuld be obtained on the the related ie% %  •• the American ased on official %  dramatized the a press which in 52.000 daily and 56.000 Sunday. The Forward had a similar history. Selling almost 200.000 copies a day in 1916. it dipped to 151.000 daily and 162.000 on Sunday by 1925. By 1950. the figures were 81,000 daily and 90.000 Sunday. Of the three papers, the Journal fared worst. In 1916, it had a daily circulation of 108.000 and 110.000 Sunday. Bv 1925. the figures were 75.000 daily and 65.000 Sunday. The 1950 figures \v, re 52.000 daily and 56.000. The figures revealed clearly that the new Jewish immigration | of the Hitler and post-Hitler period was not sufficient to pro\ vide the new readership winch Yiddish press supporters had i hoped. One reason, the American Jewish Press was informed, is that a vc ry large number of the new immigrants know English, or arc young and acquire English very quickly. Meanwhile, new English-JewI ish newspapers are being Started, with many of them achieving notable gains in circulation and readership strength. mm UHBL \ S %, %  i IK J in Miami. Again, we thank you for your (" iperation. Sinci urs, Mr.-. F en Finkelstein, Executiv S Council oi ,i Women. paign will be opened later with a citywide rally. Fred si n i I D ihochel I wi incere appreciati m I lei ful cover ven u ; %  papei dinnerlance and entei tainment which was hi the Casablanca, April 8. On strict may I Bay the community should be grateful for the interest your paper shows in its local affairs. Sincerely yours, HARRY J. SONZ. Chairman. Annual DinnerDance and Entertainment. Doctors Will See Sealy \ Orthopedic Mattress The Sealy Mattress Company will exhibit their nationally lamous. medically recognized orthopedic and DOSturepedic matWorking lo combat bigotry and | > ess at the annual ci nvention of build better human relations on | the Florida Medical Association both lhe national and local scene which will be held beginning is Benjamin Meyers, member of! April1 22 at lh( ood Beach the national executive of lhe Hotel. Joint Defense Appeal, fund raising arm of the Anti-Defamation -.——.--.--...———. League of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committee, and a member of the board of the Florida ADL. He attended the appeal's national planning conference in Cincinnati in Novtmbei, 1950. He and Mrs Meyers were also hosts at a reception in honor of Arnold Forster. aut'r.or ol the best selling "Measure of Freedom." WE ARE HARD TO PLEASE... and our rigid specifications, combined with handcraft by master upholstororft and cabinet men. make EMPIRE furnitur* the best buy in the world for there i> no better furniture made than is made in our own factory. Pjttni/tfi FURNITURE FACTORY (S n f" /U and RATTAN WORKS 1225 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami Ph. 9-6427 •1 o i: s o i. !•: K IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES South American Souvenirs and Jewelry 2201 Collins Avenue 215 Lincoln Road Phone 58-3579 Phone 5-4330 PASSOVER GREETINGS 'J! BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1422 Ule. Puunfily dlaU that OUR MOTHER cautd tied teMM> y>cMt< any, fl-ineb ofi tnobe, deticLoub ftcw-d than ENDELSOHN'S NOW ACCEPTING NERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER [t Street & Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach Conditioned for your Comfort Phone 58-8946 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 ol the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth who takes personal care ol the order of Kashruth. Only those products which have the endorsement of the Vaad are Kosher for Passover. TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 2-7696 Drink Daily Fresh %  ... and Taste the DiUerencel You'lf'AKn Enioy. Home-. 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PAGE 10 B vJenisti JIvridFiar FRIDAY Council Women Will Expand Thrill Shop !si|M k r Smashes Silence On Jews In Spy Trials: llclVmls American Jewry in • I %  %  %  %  tood I S %  %  .' s Belief Zionist Congress May Be Postponed Till Fall Is bpreading It to find emNEW YORK i AJP) lee on the %  Many that nt of thi ','. : t by B • %  An i ii ..-" %  ii I mist ti hniqui s this week Thi last Coi which is Neville thin the — I everv two \ • hun1948 ConI ecausi of .•..!!> had be< n rec< ivi I sup] • u Israi I Wi : Independi i position, tor employment. a • tes were In order to develop l ,,., s time. 1 '.' Service Bureau. I %  DORN MARTIN DRU^T PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS "' "I 142 Sunset Drive HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Phone 83-1623 FERGUSON & ROBERTS, J ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 616 S. W. 22nd Avenue Miami, Florida S ( W %  I the I %  TO ALL OUR FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER T %  m:\ .II in; JUFFE AUCTION OUTLET 18 N.W. 12th Ave. Phone 9-8973 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ITS d 111 irslej J.nit ZARET CONSTRUCTION CO 1901 West Avenue S • il % %  of the E. S N • th< H %  ol Nation ; ." '.'.' %  date lati %  ru \: winti %  Nal % % % % %  %  % % % %  Leo A '. I, Ax %  '• 3 Bu J. G %  %  %  -' %  %  '• ; TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER EngeFs Men's simp "LATEST IN MEN'S STREET AND SPORTS CLOTHES" PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL WAYSIDE FARMS SPECIALIZING IN HOME GROWN STRAWBERRIES 1635 N.W. 42nd Court TEXACO PALM SERVICE STA1 GARAGE WRECKER SERVICE 4401 S. W. 8th Street p hon GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS MIAMI. FLA. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER WHITMORE ELECTRIC CO. w* 806 LANGFORD BLDG. PHONE 82-5744 "\ Coral Gables n 2201 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Ph. 4-6124 ~ Greetings irom THE HICKORY HOUSE and THE CLOVER CLUB SEASON'S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th BferMt PHONE 2-9700 JEWELS SILVER WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOYEI TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS BEN J. EN6LANDER WORKS OF ART Furniture. Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1228 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach A. SCHORR. Representative Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 5-2503 INSURANCE AGENCY 1613 Alton Road phoneJ YORK SIGN CO. 222 5th Street A HAPPY PASSOVER i* TAltAX mSTIIIBI J TWNG l..< 2820 N. W. 7,h Avenue ^tcn!"^ Phone* 5-4463. 5-1076 Miami 1 PASSOVER GREETINGS 11 TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER Kond>d Waterproofing Co. Ififin AI T? OF MARTENANCE 1860 Alamanda Drive r_ Phone 78-8304 •y A Happy Passover Grossing ON GROSSINGER LAKE GROSSINGER, N.Y, IN MIAMI BEACH... • 74* 6ROSSINGERPANCOAST ON THE CCEAN AT 29th ST. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ANDRE, INC. MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 1121 Washington Avenue .. Phone 58-3614 Well known Cantor will conduct SrdPr c Ph one 511 3 REASONABLE RATES SetVi ^ Dubrow's Lincoln Cafeterias 330 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach Broo klyuN.* A s: I w, Fl



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PAGE 6 C ." isi fkrkJtian TO ALL A MOST HA; &f F. TAIXES SODA FOUNTAIN AND CARBONATORS REPAIRED 1G61 N. W. 16th Street Phone 9-1S89 2005 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-5581 FRIDAY, A p Ra Hebron hir Makes TVevee Appearan.ee i GR; SALVATORE FALCONE & SONS Distributors of ITALIAN FOOD PRODUCTS Imp.Food Produ 560S N. W. S Ave. Miami 38, Florida Ph.TO ; A M IRVING RATNER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturers Designers Bars— Booths—Selees Cushions—Walls—Kitchen Nooks REPAIRS 21 N. W. 9th Street PHONE 3-5046 HOLIDAY GREETINGS i FRID EN CALCULATORS 2500 Biscoyne Blvd. C • : %  •:•. us C •• Service % %  %  L BAKER, Manager Phone 9-6429 Safe Convi Choice Woo; Ine* Alum Steel A. I. liit|in A s Resident A Industrial D Crawford & F|eot WO o, Door for %  0ut garaa ;2S48N.W. 36 '• %  :: %  onol A HAPPY PASS: Thi e Hebrew Academy appeared for the fir^t t : -re on television the latter part VJ. A play the theme cf Pu:im w?s presented under the directic :-:ru;:cr at :he a:>J c ? Sf 6000 YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS Office Phcne 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-6060 WM. F. McCLASKEY MARINE SURVEYOR 343 S.W. North River Drive GASOLINE <£ DIESEL ENGINES P. O. Box 1788 Miami. Florida ABBOTT ELECTRIC INC. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring — Repair* Aiterati j All Kinda 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONE 3-6294 Complete Dairy Se: HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK PASTEURIZED MILK CHOCOLATE MILK CREAM SOUR CREAM BUTTERMILK COTTAGE CHEESE ICE CREAM :CE CREAM HOLIDAY GREETINGS C0PLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., INC. 3120 2 d • Phono 2..76C Ml PROr,UCTS Wt = : "' *>*** .o .ho P.umbin, Trad e 1355 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY JOHNNIE


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*• Jewish ftorIdflan PAGE 15 B The diversified program of Yeshiva University is depicted in the photographs on this page. Established in 1897 as the first center in America for the study of the Torah and Talmudic literature, the institution has been termed a "trail blazer in Jewish education." In 191S it established the first secular four-year high school, under Jewish auspices, which subsequently was approved by the authorities of the state of New York. In1921 Yeshiva set up the first school in America for the training of teachers and supervisors for Jewish religious schools. Seven years later the institution established the first college of liberal arts and sciences under Jewish sponsorship. At present tho school consists of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Teachers Institute, the Bernard Revel Graduate School, the Harry Fischel School of Higher Jewish Studies, the Talmudical Academy, the Institute of Mathematics and the School of Education and Community Administration. The university is now organizing medical and dental schools. -m I 1 WISHING ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SAMUEL MERZON Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaye and Son 420 LINCOLN ROAD S. PLASTERING COMPANY PLASTERING LATHING STUCCO TO PLEASE YOU NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO BIG Phone 2-8115 6th Street Miami, Florida TO ALL GREETINGS J. F. RICHARDS COMPANY ROCK, FILL, MUCK, SCREENINGS AND SAND Landscaping and Grading Truck Equipment Over 25 Years in Greater Miami 3211 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-0675 ntlix Automatic Wnsheteria "For a Whiter and Brighter Wash" 15lh Street 58-9526 fRY EVERYWHERE ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Louis F. "Red" Snedigar Your County Commissioner 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER I. i:AIIMS %  OVERSTREET AND ASSOCIATES OF THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE /ITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER JOSEPH JORDAN REAL ESTATE BROKER •E. 125th Street Phone 7-1687 TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER FLAMINGO GOWN SHOP 818 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH It Is With Pleasure That I Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE PHONE 2-4010 46 N. W. First Street TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Interstate Marble & Tile Co. VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS — 5040 BISCAYNE BLVD. THEN CALL 78-2571 4000 NORTH MIAMI AVE. SEASON'S GREETINGS JLula Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers—Potted Plants Corsages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790 — Phones — 2-5384 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL R. II. Shaddiek REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2391 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Nathan Straus-Duparquet. Ine. FURNITURE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES HOTELS RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS CLUBS Miami Branch: 1180 N.E. SECOND AVE., MIAMI 18. FLORIDA PHONE 3-0861 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 600 N. W. 10th Street EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Telephone 3-6332



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PAGE 16 D *Je*%isti ihrkt&n 'Voice' Broadcast§ To lNr*l Will sir'*s I'. *.. Not American Jewry ^EJLAPBls YORK (AJP)— Material V> the radio audience in the Jewof America is based on isteners Dr. Clazer NEW : Voici broadcast to Israel ief that Israe ire more intersti 1 in America a whole than A m ei ic a 11 Jew. j fact was revealed this week as the first allII eb r e w lei -: Sun. j i ach Israeli radio listeners und evening -time. Dr s dm j Gl hi Hebn < of thi Vo i A--. : ra. i splained to thi Ai r that t V n I %  I p.m.. but I %  • n J< ws. Dr Gl for mal America. This port %  • %  ".'. rest It st will ... 5] at \ ., u p lint on Woi I Dr Glazt r edit II be • ve Isfans not • '-. ii 1 I i ... .... it over 1 ish state was u> i'il and factually. The firsl luded greetings to tin pi pli from State Department ;. • I %  York and Abb: \ %  ie United Si Dr Glazi i an N< ai Easl elal is nd 5 been i governm< nl oft icial for n ten yeai ee of then of the N ar East Divisii m I : Congress. S3 i ll \llI'rs<'ll To IMav Here ". 15 i nist who :11 apf Mi ny Orn Sunday evei \ %  \: Bead Mu pal Audit i %  : n Moi i ning, Apr:! 30. at t .--• • H S I sevIn : President ] play I t reictal on I C wn Prim nd Princi of Norwaj In thi follow ing > for h • enefil Whili in 1'. thi An %  .-.in Em. ..-%  • %  l : '.'." inds Miss Ai :' V rwegian trained exclu ted Stal h.id ertized thai She stu the n Coi vatory ol Music %  tourDr. Ruppin To Be Subject ; Ul Weekly Radio Feature — Sha] narrator of %  A S -J t 1:15 p.n %  • %  %  borr %  i S and (Israel Y H ..: M. Nasal DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phoni I-MIT — 1.(727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL VEIDENBERQ. o--.. Tune in "Jewish I oi ii in On The Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial Fridays 1C:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by "A GOOD NAME to more to be treasured than richee." Prowb GORDON FUNERAL rHOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES GORDON has been socjated with r Miami Jewish causi In >' f I need let us help you a; ... one ,or other g.-atefuGORDON 710 S.W. lfth.JCVenie Phode 8-3431 or'ft-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director Simon Seiden AUGUST BROS RVP Is'thr BfST' *• Don't take our word for it... about rigerators! HERES WHAT •THEVfeE SAVING/ "Our G-E refrigerator was purchascJ in April. 1930 and has been in constant use. It is still giving iw/r service." MRS. A. J. PHELPS, 1611 NW2nd St. Miami. Fla. "Our G-E has given us 24 years of continuous service Without any expense whatever." MR?. RICHARD W. MASVR, MS.) NE lORdi St., Miami, Ti. Yes ask the people you know who own C Rel ators! I he\ 'II tell you how wonderful and dep. the} j :e! 1 hen drop in today and sec our newest G-E models! Vou'n always be glad you bought a G-E! SPACE! 25* to 50% more food-storage .-pace • %  older refrigerators occupying the same floo •; ice! FEATURES! As only General Electric can maketl*l DEPENDABILITY! More than 2.700 000-El* ratora in use 10 years or longer! A so IPIGiriCATIOIil lUIJIC TOCNANOJ WITHOUT MOI I £EE OUR NEW G-E REFRIGERATORS TODAY! CASY PAYMENTS! 1200 CORAL WAY u tnitu te Company Authorized Dealer GENERAL ELECTRTC REFRIGERATORS



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PAGE 16 B vJenist' Fkridfcur FRIDAY TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES c r. PENCE M. II. PENCE Your Dependable Used Car Dealers 2755 N. W. 36th Street Miami GREETINGS!!! OIlio Page Servlee Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Complete Service—"With a Smile" 2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-9365 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Phone 2-2206 SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Manufacturers of DUNBRIK & DRAIN TILE 2300 N. W. 27th Avenue T Eor the finest in Metal Work .HMI\ STAMFORD & SONS ORNAMENTAL METAL WORKERS 3615 N.W. 46th Street Telephone 88-2141 BRONZE ALUMINUM IRON GREETINGS ST. MORI 1/ HOI I I On the Ocean at 16th Street PRIVATE BEACH SWIMMING POOL CABANA COLONY FREE PARKING Air Conditioned Rooms Radio in Each Room PHONE 58-3711 Persky-Pioneer Of Modern Hebrew (Continued from Page 9 B) language of the Jewish people. •]-| u |y | who had found their way h.uk to the land of their fathei i P ""the young writer. Wherever he went he could not help but discover that tho language of Moses and the Prophets becoming the language of the day. He rejoiced over every new word, over every innovation in the Hebrew language, ovi: every Hebrew newspaper, every circular and theater ent he saw. In turn the inhabitants of the country m a ie Hebrew scl m from America who spoke the Hel I ngue with such facility Living in J( rusalem and Tel Aviv, traveling and staying at the C in the Emek. obtudying the lin: th( Yemenites and the Ori llecting the folk :' • pie in P be t M Persky's d life in i N w ...he • •• I %  ilizaw language • %  i ruti ument of • %  -• -• %  ngth in Israel i %  •• 7 \ -: :' the in Jeru' of the rer the i mn.. : %  %  rV broke his nly He. Hebrew LanVaad HaLashon : .. h he was one :' the : unding members, still functi ns : day as the highest .-.'.ithority in matters pertaining to the use of the revived tongue incient Israel. Persky, the fine essayist and profound wit, is one of the leading architects of modern Hebrew. And when future historians pen the glory of the revival of the ancient tongue and its molding ument of modern expression they will record an American Jew—for Persky has : %  nl forti I his fifty-i United States : gures in the gr< at i pj C R P P T i • / II %I>E SAMTAKY PROM n Manufacturers and Dutributor SANITEX PASTE CLEANER Deo-Germ* PAPER PRODUCTS D sin[ t I Exclusive Oiati •GOLDEN GLOSS" The Miracle Clean. S SANITARY PASTE CLEANER D, ,-(;"" ?"> •MAFOS BRIQUETS" DtohwashiMTW 8nfen HILD FLOOR MACHINERY &' EQr& nd Distributors For UPMEN T COLGATE PALMOLIVE I'EET CD 132 N.E. 11th Street __^__-_—^^____ Plmd di Oil iff Supplies* Oiiiw Furnh MR. FOSTER'S STORE 33 N.E. FfflST AVE. GREETING CARDS PHONE I ENGRAVING 7C ALL SEASON'S SREETINGS RALPH I SCHMIEDER EXTERMINATING SERVICE PHONE 2-5029 : ... £ .-.-.., jg EN*OY SN ~ -•*^p I OP • %  — SPRINGS RESTAURANT QUICK SIR.::: REASONABLE r?:"s 1 Westward Drive M c TO ALL GREETINGS li' Enjoy youi stay ROWE HOTEL i GRI *JH^£5 !" BARGAIN f ENTER N v. • % %  % % % %  r: %  -.-. Tm St ru r >. %  ,• y E WE BUY SELL EXCHANGE GREETINGS TO ALL GILLETTE FORMICA SHOP "BEAUTIFY WITH FORMICA" EXPERT INSTALLATION FREE ESTIMATES MADE — PHONE 9-46M 2146 N.W. 36th Street johnft GIFFEN INDUSTRIES, EH Serving Miami Since 1930 272 Aragon, Coral Gables Telephones 4-1651 — 48-3421 ROOFING BY GIFFEN For All That's Best In EVERY KIND OF ROOFING ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL WORK AIR CONDITIONING, VENTILATION SOLAR WATER HEATERS, BOOSTERS POURED-IN-PLACE GYPSUM ROOF DECB Monuliiii lti-< OIIH'N Movie Producer p j i %  ----H 5: %  %  %  the %  %  i GENERAL MACHINE WORK JIMMIES MACHINE SHOP JAMES H. MURRAY. Prop. 181 183 N.E. 36th Street ACETYLENE & ELECTRIC WELDING PAt' I/S CARPET O > M PAS* 2412 N. Miami Ave. 5590 N.W. l| Miami Phone 2-8435 Mian Phons 7-13! 606 N.E. Federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale Phone 2-7561 Specialize in Hotels — Apartments — Theatres —m CARPETS — LINOLEUM — BROADFELT Cutting — Sewing and Laying — Cleaning and "*?* : Dealt"."; of Alexander 5C^T* TO ALL GREETINGS PLASTIC ENGRAVERS Crealors of THOSE GOOD LOOKING PLASTIC SIGNS 249 S.W. 17th Avenue Phone GREETINGS ACME SEPTIC TANK CO. TANKS CLEANED DRAIN LINE REPM* 5 (Our Specialty) 88-1615 5500 N.W. 37th Avenue



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liewiislbJEIlioiciidliioun [FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 13, 1951 SEC. D Iron's Srvic* llur< k au 4 alls \jtii Off Jewish Foster I families I n's Service Bu( %  |, -:rcs to build ,,l Jewish families that n-illing to serve as fosi, ,| the need arises, Mrs. chairman of the %  | this week. Hiams noted that there ij S h i ister-home placeplacement problem seems to be more difficult when the child is Jewish. For some unexpl reason, there is a dearth ol available foster parents in these cases. She said that in the pas!, it has taken anywhere from six months to three veins to place a child in a congenial Jewish foster home, Miss Fortney emphasized the fact that the period of foster care is rarely less than several months, and in many cases runs into several years. There can be no guarantee, however, as to the length Of time the child will remain with his foster parents. Any Jewish family interested in this program and willing to help is urged by Miss Fortney to contact Mrs. Margaret Harriett. home finding and home study department, or Miss Julia Hatch, executive director, at the Children's Service Bureau. 127 N. W. 2nd St.. telephone 2-3166. Nat L. Williams Hicv in the Miami area at but there is a definite time to time for such ling to Miss lone Forttike supervisor, Jewish Ifrem Dade County homes Blly are forced to seek home when their fcnts are unable to care properly because of lillm working hours or broken homes. Miss that in most int ntribute someYale Faculty Members Back Anti-Bias Bill HARTFORD (AJP)—Approval of proposed legislation intended to eliminate discrimination in the selection of students to be admitted to Connecticut colleges and universities was urged this week by 18 members of the faculty of the Yale University Law School. The letter by the faculty members addressed to the Connecticut General Assembly followed by three weeks a legislative hearing at which rcpresnetatives of all the private Connecticut colleges and universities, including Yale, denied there was any discrimination. The urged defeat of the proposed anti-bias legislation. Fruchtman, Ginsburg Named Co-Chairmen Zionist Bond Drive Charles Fruchtman and Ben Zion Ginsburg have been appointed co-chairmen for the Miami Beach Zionist District Israel bond campaign, according to Alex Van Straaten, president. Members of their committee include S. A. Goodman. Louis J. Krensky. Eliiel Lesowoder, Judge Kenneth Oka. Harry Platuff and Hairy J, Sonz. The committee will i with the Greater Miami Committee for Bonds of the I i government, which will operate under the aegis of the American Financial and Development C rpi ration for Israel. In announcing his appointments. Van Straaten issued the following statement: "These appointments are in line with the pattern that has been developed for organizing the entire community for the Israel bond drive. American Jewry must insure the success of the S50.000.000 bond drive which is the largest ever floated by any foreign government in this country.' 7 Orlando Rabbi Named i Patrick Base Chaplain Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum of Olev Shalom Congregation, Orlando. Fla., will serve the religious needs of the Jewish personnel at Patrick Air Force Base, ejpnnrin River, Fla., according to an announcement by Rabbi Mi x D. Davidsoh, of Perth Amboy. N. J.. chairman of the Division of Religious Activities of the National Jewish Wi Ifare B lard. JWB's division of religious activities has built up a corps of some 200 rabbis who, in addition to servin gtheir own congregations, also functii n as part-time chaplains for Jewish servicemen and women and veterans at the installations and hospitals in the vicinity of the rabbi's home community. Hillel BBG To Present Play At Next Meeting A Passover play entitled "Freedom" will be presented by the religious committee of Hillel, B'nai B'rith Girls, at the horns of Maxine Gerstenfeld, 842 Sevilla Ave., on Wednesday night, April 25. On Thursday evening. April 19, inste id of their i < gular n ing, the girls were instructed in the proper use of make-up by two guest beauticians from a downtown department store. A play, "The Odd Man." was presented by BBG to entertain Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women Tuesday night, April IT. The girls have recently been active in collections f r F. Lilly Tag Day. Dedicate Service Club In Al Jolson's Memory NEW YORK (AJP)—Stars of stage and screen are scheduled to attend the opening this week of a free servicemen's canteen support of their dedicated to the memory of Jewlle in the foster home. ish showman. Al Jolson. The it people who |canteen, which is being established by the Brooklyn Veterans of Foreign Wars, will provide lounges, writing desks, and re1 voung." she statk seem to have e life best suited n mind." Miss Fortney, the Rabbi Singer To Speak To Temple Israel Youth Rabbi Richard E. Singer, spiritual leader of Temple Israel in West Palm Beach, and director of Sky Lake Camps. Sautee, Ga., will be in Miami Sunday evening, April 22. to address the Confirmation Class and Youth Group of Temple Israel. The subject of Rabbi Singer's talk will be "Your Week at Sky Lake." He will discuss plans for the 1951 Youth Conclave of the Southeastern Federation of Temple Youth, a week-long program of study, discussion and recreation scheduled for August 23 to 30 at Sky Lake Camps. Participating in the Youth Conclave will be young people from reform Jewish congregations of Florida. Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina. There will be two groups, a junior set of boys and girls from 12 to 15 and a senior group from 15 to 21. Dean of the faculty of the Youth Conclave will be Rabbi Sidney M. Lefkowitz of Jacksonsonville. Member of the faculty creational facilities for serviceI is R a bbi Joseph R. Narot. men and women. P IB* ,*; AJC Unit To Elect Miami Chapter of the Ameri. can Jewish Congress will elect officers and board members at i its next meeting on Wednesday. %  April 25, at 1 p.m. in Burdine's Auditorium, according to an announcement by Mrs. Ruth Hertz, ; president. Guest speaker for the occasion I will be Miss Carol Coan of New York, whose subject will be "The Role of American Jewish Women Today." Palsy Appeal Set Plans are now in progress for the annual appeal for funds to help cerebral palsy victims in Dade County, announced Mrs. Elizabeth L. Virrick, president of i the local group. A campaign committee is being 1 organized, she said, and will be 1 ready to conduct the drive during May. Mrs. J. G. Knapp is secretary of the local group and Irving Goldman, executive director. ECAUSE BETTER' %  ;-.: in a LAZER'S Hebrew and English Books Religious Articles Greeting Cards OPEN EVENINGS Phone 58-4100 Res. 5 9674. Apt. 6 413 15th St. neer Wash. Miami Beach, Ave. Florida Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, WC *E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. phone 3 6866 SUN Rtf PARK HEALTH RESORT MOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB UEST. COKVALESCENCt AND OWOWC CANS .. %  i.. .o IOO*. 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IPRIL 20. 1951 All Our Friends and Patrons HOLIDAY GREETINGS W. J. FICHT General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD +Jewlsli fhrldllairi PAGE 9 C TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER L. & H. MILLER CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS |OUIS & HARRY MILLER & FAMILY Street Miami Beach A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL H. A. Vivian REALTOR "Over 25 Years In Miami" 806 Pan American Bank Bldg. PASSOVER GREETINGS Diamond Cab Co. 1479 S.W. 6th Street PHONE 9-7575 To Rise Faster Than Exports Turkish Minister. ily last year, and ICenter was foundIt %  iincentrated on Ipl uants' relations bureaucracy. ReLn to compile de|i d enterprises ii the metal and %  s such lists are • Israel diploA new dee center may : mts on what ; equipment stocks to bring and i where to set up shop, if necessary 'on allotments of public land. I The center's main function is the approval of enterprises as eligible for special facilities under the investment laws. In its first year it handled offers involving 41.500.000 pounds, about 40 percent of them in various stages of execution and 20 percent more concerning enterprises which are already in production Local capital, including currency American Relations %  Old Turk Dies to the South. good-will tours nation, addressing and television aukammered away at |of accord with the in countries and ice to the United Turk's efforts on behalf of the Latin-American republics are hardly limited to the talking stage. He initiated Miami Reach's activities in the dip of bringing about a Pan-AmericanCultural Center and Trade Market in the Greater Miami area, a project which was endorse'! by both houses of Congress and by President Truman. When the disastrous earthquake of 1949 brought death and ripped Ecuador amid a wave of sickness, Mayor Turk assumed leadership in the Eucadorian relief drive. For this he recently received the highest decoration award from the Ecuadorian government. Active in literally dozens of civic, public welfare, and fraternal organizations, Turk spends many spare hours strengthening Miami Beach's ever-increasing Jewish program. Some of his duties along these lines include his roles as public relations chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and YMHA; member of the board of governors of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and many others. SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL flONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, INC. /holesale Produce — Crate to Carload 21st Street Phone 3-6491 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER THE TOWN RESTAURANT 1ST 153 N.E. 1st Street LUNCHEON Air Conditioned Closed Sunday Ph. 2-4733 DINNER 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. allocations through the government covered less than half the bill; of the foreign capital involved about 30 percent came from the U.S. The present war scale had negative repercussions I on proposed investment from the I U.S., while it induced many Western European Jews to take a more active interest in Israel. The maximum benefits i seen in the law are accorded only to basic enterprises or such ai sell their products abroad, when [local sales are limited to a proportion of the plant's currency earnings. Investors are urgently advised to bring with them stocks of materials, it posisble for two years, and are offered local currency loans ii necessary. Investments in agriculture. commerce and housing, as well as those of public bodies, do not usually, pass the center, nor do | its lists include the numerous small enterprises founded by immigrants on the fringes of the Israel economy. Since most are in the non-vital category, they are not entitled to priority allocations of materials. The great majority of Israel's citizens have no understanding of investments in stock, and the few existing corporations prefer to finance their work from profits, loans or debentures. The Histadrut recently began to tap the reserves of trade unions and welfare funds for its industrial expansion projects. Nevertheless, the available stock is much in ; demand. Foreign capital particii pates mainly through investment companies registered abroad, such as the Palestine Economic Corporation and AMPAL, and through frozen funds accumulated in Israel from the sale of i transferred goods. Remote communities try to overcome the drawback of high ; transportation costs by offering I slightly lower wage and tax rates [ and already developed sites, sometimes complete with buildings for rent. Government land ; can be bought only by payment ; in foreign currency. Attempts to develop such communities through enterprises based directly on public investment failed ,and were successfully replaced only in Jerusalem by the ereatioh of public funds for the encouragement of private businesses. The Jerusalem trade mark is valued by light export industries. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY SUNSHINE'S BEAUTY SALON 550 41st St. Miami Beach MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1651 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami GREETINGS TO ALL .i A c 4| i E s FINE PASTRIES EVERYTHING IN INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS World Famous Pastries Add to the Success of the Party 1654 Alton Road Phone 5-1763 F. A. GRIMMIG. 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HDAY. APRIL 20, 1951 ) n Eve of Birthday; nti-Semite Or Misunderstood? lystery Of Grant Goes Unsolved *Jewistnrwirti^n PAGE 5 A [An American Jewish Press Feature) Gen. Ulysses S. Grant a anti-Semite, the only one l<. id such a high Amerilitary postion—or was he, he later insisted as president. understood man who had :,d in haste on an alleged Jewfli problem under military presOne of American history's most |u/./ling mysteries was raised Morris, an Illinois congressman, asking for more information. Grant wrote to Morris, denying any anti-Semitism and insisting that Order No. 11 was tneanl to apply only to the Jt wish merchants involved in the illegal activities and not to American Jews generally. The order. Grant wrote, "would never have been issued if it had not been telegraphed at the raoain by the approaching birth! m nt w as Penned and without y of Grant on April 27. I reflection. there is no mystery about | Historians say it is inconceiveneral order number 11" issued : able that Grant was not aware of jm the headquarters of the U.S. | the storm the order had created. ( th Army Corps, Department of In fact Washington ordered Grant nessee, at Oxford, Miss, on to kill it. Yet he permitted it to c. 17, 1862, "By Order of Genremain in force for two months.' 3] Grant". The order read: •The Jews as a class, violating Despite that background, Wolf wrote years later "Grant did more in behalf of American citiirery regulation of trade estab; zens of Jewish faith, at home and shod by treasury department abroad, than all the presidents rders, are hereby expelled from prior thereto or since." department within 24 hours bon receipt of this order by post bmmanders." [when Grant was running for resident, Simon Wolf, a leading fcwish statesman and political |pporter, sought to get the issue arified. IWolf subsequently announced lat Grant had denied ever writjg the order. The denial was I n Grant's contention that |ch orders were prepared with inscription "By Order of Maj. en. Grant'' and used as needed subordinates. ; [fending order actually 8>i been signed by a J. A. Rawlisted as Assistant adjutant fenc ral. said that "Grant prerred to take the blame, howand suffer in silence."' rhe occasion for the order was a I int by General Sherman (at merchants, including Jewish lants, were crossing miliry lines and running blockades. in complained that the wire a general nuiski • that they were aiding 1 Wolfs statement. Gen. i admitted that he |i letter, b u t claimed p : cumstances". HI brought a letl pt. 14. 1863 from I. H. Over 300 Passover packages of macaroons, matzos. Pesech candy. Haggadah. the Story of Ptuover, and Passover greeting cards were distributed to Jewish veterans and their friends at the Pratt Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables. Committees from the Jewish Welfare Board. Jewish War Veterans. B'nai B'rith, and Coral Gables Jewish Center went through the wards with Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Jewish chaplain and Chaplain James A. Boston. Pictured here are Mrs. Tessie Solomon. Dr. Altermen. Mrs. Rose Horn. Dr. B. Schaaf and Rabbi Skop. who arranged for Passover hospitality for medical personnel. freedom House Forum House will present an< its foi urns cm Sun • 8:30 p.m. Topic will 5i xperienced People : Iter Marria fi Pati ntrs?" the evening will be • n J. Gardner. Miami i hiatrist. SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE Hardware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances I Stainless LEADER WIRE 23 l-'t. Nos. 1-9 each. Keg. 35c BJO c !HEAVY DUTY REEL -'00 Yd 3 N HI. ASS ROD Reg. 10 IJ8S TFLECER FISH HOOKS g^ -100 Reg. $2.56 w Sizes 1 to (•LASS ROD Reg. 119.95 10 HEAVY BOAT ROD. Reg. $12.50 $50 LARGE ALUMINUM $*195 TACKLE BOX. Reg. $7.9S._ LEAD SINKERS 1-oz. to 8 ox. $1*9 l*es 1 Lb. 31c 5 Lbs. %  GALVANIZED MINNOW $00 BUCKBT8. Reg. $3.50 • J-X>LDINO CRAB TRAPS Reg$1.75 ea |lt NO, 1 RRASS • 8WTVBL8 Reg. 5c each 2300 PLUGS Reg. $1.25 $1.40 each 95 GAS LAMPS, BURNERS 11 17 CITY SERVICE MOTOR OIL %  10 2-Oal. Can. Tax Incl. ICE BOX Reg. $10 '6 7 For Passover Enjoyment and Good Nourishment \ >mm W > tWWttyMWH f^si&P?S#& %  BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE SWEET BUTTER CREAM CHEESE SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE KOSHER FOR PASSOVER (1 D fi ^ *l t? 5 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 N.E. 29th Si. Phone 82-4731


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nnee** leads the \Yni§: ier Lawyer, Robbed Of Sight, Heads sue Israel Village For Blind liBwifslbJEIliDipidlilaun [rail little Polish lawyer i wn as Nisson Hagel Hla | i.e. in a hate-ridden during the autumn of I eing a Jew. The !• iming was the half! Hagel's inability to dig • enough for a sadistic ordeal began with the t HI nit of pain as a in the hands of an SS slammed across his face j total blindness. It ended |f\ when Hagel assumed the p of the unique village blind near Gedera. With eve (log. Hagel is help" blind Jewish families unld the difficult world of nto which fate has M ire than that, the barrister, is showing id useful life; to their way by manual i; Iul wares. 1's climb from the pit which began with the move! across his eyes ull i rdeal. i liberation Hagel lived in i pel sons cam]) in Gored and now has I ir-old daughter. The and his little family t,i emigrate to Israel but ently his sightless eyes serious problem. But Dint Distribution Committee. ile welfare agency opig overseas, found a solumade MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1951 SEC. C 50,000 Guests For Passover By BERNARD POSTAL Fifty thi usand form than in any year since 1945. This year for the first time in or more guests | si JWB h h .. r t provide for Passover. Suppose you hail ange Si ders for that many pel pie! Imagine having to provide matzoth by the carload. enough wine for all Jews in a city the size of San Francisco or Miami, thousands of Haggadahs and several tons of kosher meat-, gefilte fish and other food supplied Think of the logistics involved in getting these Passover ntials in the proper amounts and at the right time to sp >t around the world where Ji are serving with the American armed toi Considei the planning ne • sPassover supplies for men in a combat zone. This year some 50.000 Jewish GIs —most of them away from home on Passover for the first time in their lives—will enjoy a Seder with all the trimmings at hundreds of military installations and veterans hospitals in this installations in continental United States. In this country, full and parttime Jewish eh, .plains will conduct Sedi rs in camps and nearby communities where local JWB armed services committees have been busy for weeks preparing community-wide Seders and home hospitality for thousands Of Jewish sei'Vici men who can't get furloughs that will country and at scores of points in ,] lt m home for the holidays. SimiEurope, the Pacific, Korea, Japan for arrangements have bi Alaska and the Caribbean. i )V chaplains and hospitals < %  Jewish chaplains aboard have mittees in communities near V*A everything ready because JWB hi spitals. had completed the ar angements when the Jew ( Ami th the armed for ... n to the Frii make certain that Jewii ver supplies in Dec.:,.dav ev April 20. they GIs and seamen aboard Armj '" %  The Navy not only transdraw ... the fact thai transports or Naval vessels have ported Passover supplies to its ,),. loved ones in uniform or in the wherewithal for a Seder: overseas bases, but is cooperatin \ \ ; pitals will simultaneously Bear in mind the intricate transwith JWB to make Seders possible; De ushering in the Pas iver tion arrangements and the aboard all ships that will be on w herever they may be: in squad nationwide mobilization of comthe high seas during Passover, tents and improvised chapels in munity resources and manpower' Specially-packed Passover boxes., Korea; in quonset huts in Okithat will make possible SederI each containing supplies for 20 n awa, in hotels in Japan, in JWB hiwife mri his h(,me hospitality for thousands of i men. were furnished by JWB to servicemen's centers in Panama 'Jewish GIs who cannot get home | the Military Sea Transportation j and j n Occupied Germany and Service. Similar boxes were made | available to isolated camps and I (Continued on Page 15 C) Nisson Hagel a man was needed to direct it Today, charming red-haired daughter he I for"Passover" ThinT'a momenT'of has never seen, and Prince, his the devotion, effort and warminseparable companion, are a hearted spirit of the small army busy, active family. His first six A i.mgcments were dog for Hagel of the months in Israel were spent in lade famous by the Seeing i preparing himself for his new job. He studied Hebrew. He learned mattress-making, broommaking, and til the other trades be seen morning and night | through which the bilnd families walking through the| of Gedera rloltowS a Wi few a y ards!Much of the success of this vil' lage for the Blind at Gedera is owing directly to the understanding, intelligence, and patience of Nisson Hagel. a man the long provide special care and darkness of n *fht could not n services to hard frighten, nor deter from a useful ig Foundation in the U.S. :ry day for weeks the big cross-bred German ShepiDoberman Pinscher, Prince. to make sure that everywent smoothly. En came the establishment alben, a welfare program in ligranta in Israel. The spectacular project in this [welfare programs the vil!m Blind at Gedera, and GREETINGS ii-l T. Chandler LUMBING — HEATING REPAIRING 1118 N.W. 57th Street life. of volunteers that will bring Passover to the bedside of Jewish veterans in Veterans Administration hospitals. To make this "universal Seder" possible—to bring Passover to every Jew wearing Uncle Sam's uniform and to every hospitalized Jewish veteran—the National support themselves. [Jewish Welfare Board started preparations six months in advance. More than 30 years of know-how and experience have gone into this complex, worldwide job of planning, organizing, shipping and mobilization. This year JWB had to plan Passover observances for more Jews in uniTO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER WILLIAM W. CHARLES YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER Phono 78-5322 GREETINGS UTUAL LIFE [INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK 510 Langford Bldg. PHONE 9-4747 HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS WliicjAitrij SHA. Women's Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429 MIAMI BEACH LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4972 GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD 7737 N. E. 2nd Avenue—Phone 7-2404 LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL PAINTS AND HARDWARE 4119 N. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1951 *Jewisti noriidliiain PAGE 7B ipy Judge, Prosecutor fisited Synagogues For •jidance In Trial Duties YORK (A.JP)— The fedently si ntenci d m bomb kvgtes to die in trie chair, and the at, secuted tl ; to* their syna: pr divine guidance in duti( vin Kaufman : his SJ n. mei sino thi c n\ i 29 of Julius and Ethel in I Hoi ti n Sobell "to divine guidance in thi ir sentence." uthful .iunst said he had I, bout 10 hours sleep in the days he had wrestled Lit!: the issues posed by the con\. I ns. rig H. Saypol, the prosecu| lid he had also gone to his gue 1" pray for guidance king his recommendations, me jury did not recommend tercy but Saypol did not ask the I, penalty. Jews Have Long History In Service C mtinued from Page 6 B) Gen. D n d le L on nickn icavali %  In • siaelis Get "Know How" )r. 'Phone Techniques AVIV (AJP)—Israeli citi. rassi d by the shot pi ineer society, soon will le Ui enjoy at least one commodity—polite and ti lephone si rvice. when this ci m to pass, •.. ink Mrs. Antionette aining -up, > vis inh ittan for the lepl ne C impany. ir ved in Israel m a mission from company, which aphi .to train instruct i k "polite and courteous of United States teleV communication. : the appointment after phone company received a |i from Dov Joseph, Israeli Communications. JosIph. who has visited the I'nitcd I several times, told the comp • he wanted Israel opt: trained like Manhattan I Leavy will spend two n in Israel giving courses TV I Aviv, Haifa and JeruJev i th i Thei A n Jev conscii nces directi d. There wi re nw. is, 21 nd 646 officers ol in the Unii n Ai my, Judah P. Benjamin, who served as Secretary of State for the Confederacy, was not without %  called "the brains of the Confederacy." The percentage of Jews serving in uniform was greater than that of the general population and seven Jews won the Congregational Medal of ; Honor. Probably the most prominent of the Jewish military leaders of the Civil War was Gen Frederick Knefler, the brilliant tactician, who rode with Gen. Sherman on his March to the Sea in 1864. The Winning of the West was another chapter of American Jewish bravery. Jews were killed with Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn River in Cu last stand. When Jews •"Remember the Maine" they should also remc mbi that 15 of their co-rel ists went down with that ship. A .1. .. was among the first casualties in the first naval en mi nt of the Spanish Ame War and a Jewish sergeant was the first to fall when American field troops arrived in the Philippines. The first man to reach the top of San Juan Hill in the famous chajge of Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders was a Jew, Irving Peixatta of the Sixth U. S. In. fantry. In the first World War, some 65 million men were under arms. j Jews made up nearly three perI cent of that number although their proportion in the general i population was onlv one percent, More than 100.000 Jews were decorated for bravery in that The youngest American volunteer was a Jewish boy of U fell in the bloody Mi Sergeant Dreben | el for sin pest : II G I'i • i w I I v less than 20 J %  ; %  In The first act oi i reof Meyer Levin, who put a J battleship out of commission early in the war. TJhis i assover, as American Jewish fighting men gather toi the traditional Seder in military encampments throughout the world, they carry on the tradition of Jewish readiness to fight and die that freedom mav live in Man's long struggle against tyranny, a historic truth symbolized in the ancient story of Ha man and Esther FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Milzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. 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PAGE 10 D *Je*istrhridter FRIDAY APRIL OltlTI JAMES < ELMER ROSENBERG LOUIS BRAWER of 1782 S W IGth T I Of 444 W. ii .... • % %  (hern In n 1. ... H un 11 N. Y. il;i u R M i %  %  IK I i VII li I. I 1 t %  "r ANN BUSH \ v. IS.-.M %  lljlll.i, %  %  %  vA MRS. ANNA HOCH ESTHER Zr.VARKOWITZ %  %  HARRY SWEET N MRS MARY BRE\DLER %  N i I Is %  Ml HARRY LEVI\SON .' VIVIAN MOSKOWITZ %  ... ...... Miami Beach campaign leaders in the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal are pictured at a meetingt Councilman Burnett Roth's ofiice. Sitting (1. to r.) ere Mrs. Sonia Feinstein. Mrs. Spivdck, Mrs. Cefc Bockeiman, Mrs. Sonia Goldberg, Mrs. N. Bookspan and Mrs. Moses Kiieger. Standing are Mrs.j Tickner, Steve Spier, Henry Nadelman. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Councilman Roth, Edward Meirita! Howard Hadley and Ada Joseph. .-. LLIAM PiEGER •LEL BRODY 4 MORI NAOV GELB HARRY S. COHN \ Hi V 1 %  ABRAHAM KADISH • • VRS. LENA HARRIS A ... %  %  V %  SftNDS MEMORIALS THE HNEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasberg Miami d Miami Beach's Finest Jewish Funeral Home with DIGNITY and RESPECT oi all the details in your hour of bereavement. our competent staff is ready to relieve you Ambulance Service 5-5844 or 5-2100 BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH In Ph ladelshla 1512 Nortl Broad Street COLETH HEARD, Funeral Director Brand New Kind of 2-D00R REFRIGERATOR Automatic Defrost OFFERED! N.-VIT many doll (rs of it low price ild y K any 2-Do Freezerofl icu.ft.--M* never at full. Automatic Defrost. 11 NEW 1951 PHILCO Philco 2-Door Duplex—12. 10 '' ; far leaa • 1 1 ronvi .. for the built-in Freezer : the main I. : n '" %  %  %  Knd, in addition, A iton i 1 And and 8 cu. ft. from S334.7S up for the Oral time in any 21 )i]nr rel rigera torwall sweating and flooding are gone forever eliminated by the new Philco Duplex design Y< B, the most wanted features at a r< al saving in See il and 11 mi are now, Paj menta to suit your needs. MODELS FROM 1 • i $ 2145 EASY TfcRMS FURNITURE-.WAREHOUSE Furniture f or HOME5, HOTELS and APARTMENTS 636 N.W. 24th St., Near 7th Ave. MON. .„ EVEN ; NGS CASH 0R M > i n II 35 M MON. AND THURS.



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PAGE 6 A + ieirincrkJZ>r Strictly Neighbors' NEWS. picked up transcript somehow also i" betwi HOTEL HOPS: Banner-headline across the largest hunk of news in today's hotel field is the re-creation of the South Beach area into the Lummus Park division. The blight of the, "South Beach" name is to evaporate. A reconstruction-era for that section of the South has opened, with a blueprint for a "pooled" swimming pool, additional convention auditorium on the abandoned pier, yacht basin, and complete mocernixalion. Last summer. Harry H. Cohen of the New Yorker began working up many of these details, and with great enthusiasm. Now the over-all picture is getting filled in by Sam Rivkind. Al Stone Of the Blackstone. and the whole Miami Beach Hotel Association Incidentally. Matty Moldoff. owner of the Atlas, was probably the first in that area to dig out the pair.I-brushes and tools for hotel re-decoration. You'd never recogniie his one-time lobby! It's gone chic—with wall panels, circular seating. moderr.e front desk and lighting PEOPLE: Back Detrt :1 i pleased, a Raj K< in an H the Detroit Ne s rti I Exhibit* B 1 .*' I contests. Ray will res) t—then plow ml • .,-" His | %  • : %  %  I resort-town, ^t least !" : an ; n Citj C one t to t es work !" !d3 % % %  %  Jacobs u %  -..-; a gfc t s to we j David Starr ot Was ngi Hei pi rtnts i M .... SUNDAY MORNING SURPRISE: there s another Helen Alpert round here somewhere, and if shed like to gimme her phone cumber. Til pass on row ealli kid. We do this all the time, on col.ege vscations. for Ar.r. Alpert and there s no extra charge for service. This aftai .s precipitated by a pbOM call from a Bill who asked rr.e Sunday startting, WlMl did Olsen show you. Natch. I prompt.y said He!bupoppia He cave a baffled c.-.cse. We had the w.-.-r.c each ether. ON TOUR: *• managers at t V. nt T wren 1 rted her last Barbara Wesson Wed To Morrie Baron officiated service which unit* I In • Miss B,: j y Wess i Baron at the home ol Mr Baron's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs S J. Spec04 Brickel] Ave The bride is the daughter of Manuel •>. 2149 S W 13th Avenue. T h I bride's parents %  Mr and Mi s : • : : a : n, 1367 S W 19th Sti I Miss Fl rici Kotkin was n i Miss Louis and usher. Mrs Baron %  %  i She's ling t assume .... %  .>>.;.. Maurw Fra: %  -%  ; %  ... • Crest I ...... ... : %  .. r SffsSSA! „-J *t Lf -; "' %  • : % %  %  : •• frndj dearest wishes \ at ruppon. for Maunce Grossman Hitting her : re-beat this wee* •< p. .1-, r.-. •_ *, %  M ana :tt attoraev-hushLTd "" %  : ?" hves Mn -,. •--<-'%  -eld Stephen ate-'. %  ';.. v; <" >^ ST* 1 NtVK *• h —* M N coh,r--,1i:,i SSL-SS2 ** .**-> %  Ms-'--.••!-< v ..^-%  caoana-ini this week with THIS YOO OWE YOURSELF: Greater Miariiar.s who tnj'v r. .^—.. .v %  find the MtaBM Beach MusV'ai a£? ccmauniry will •xceLect force T^ Le*^! v Li*?" %  %  %  %  •** Freder,ck Neumann assTS. Z££.S? 5? g **+ -*< perfect accomp*-isrs *>-,• 7i;_?r V^ R*d-T aad Ihose Enthusiasts fcTSS "ISTL5S^L^. ^^ Kua a %  %  %  resident Dr. and Mrs. MB ""-V.""* 0 /. 0 3 "^ =CW To ^ nicther from Ba^nL, V-~ H^--"^ K ^* ?** R %  Snow Manarucca the' Edw^ M^^ftSTl fc *S5: ^^ the Se. Is> P ir T K^'JS^^ R =^=* ci new member u j e=r j. G ...... >~a-soa A bnac2iric final, en L.^-ASSTST^S iKt2£ K Mamso = astc-nisiir.clv .:ter-e ^a'-CTT.-T." S*•— J T R '7 b. s Marv,n BaumeL H:s becthe' lTSS£ 2"£ ^^*? % Crchesira. w ~-*• — — P-^-*de.phia The L.aoAies ger.eral chairs:aa is R-v s—-r^ members are aU the pecc:e you d most S, Tc'be .Tth ""^ Sliolrm I.IIIHIHMHI I'.ili' 4 11.111c'• I Becai : • Sholem B*nai B'rith ts lum n n Wednesday, Apr:! 25. it has been arm unced by President Jerome H WemkJe. n meetings .> ill be reI by Sh lent Lodge ^: the %  Wednes'. ; V.. % %  The chanfi in date has been in ;-cier I : | %  : :-• %  lana which ha? • success : the xplained '• %  %  • %  '. : .berg. Sarah Stadlan Visits Brother Miss Sara Leah Stadlan. Mr. and Mrs J Z. Stadlan 1S3S 3av Road. Miami ; : A-eek '.. 7 Madison, ^ ; J will visit her r Emanuel. a student at :-e mv sitj : Wist ruin l Stadlan recently returned I Israel, where she d:d pioneer work in various colonies. At •the is .-. member of Kibburt C m-Kelta one ol the utposts :.-. the Negee She took ber Ha.-<.-_.a traunrng a: Cream R.a^e. N J While io M ad i son, she will be usefuesJ • Rabbi M. Ties:-. director .: the H:Zel FouadaB there, and hia v.'.e and aaughter. Chase> c.T; her r .r--~ ^=^*iss brtej nsct i-ii he aunts the F. .-*•-: Betty Weintraub Affianced To Donald Traurig Betrothal of Miss Betty R. Weintraub to Donald A. Traurig, l n of the David Traurigs, Waterbury. Conn was announced by the bride-elect's mother Mrs. Alva C Weintraub. 900 S.W. 63rd Ave at a recent party. The affair also marked the thirtieth wedding anniversary of the prospective bridegroom's parents. Born in Miami. Miss Weintraub was graduated from Miami Edin High School and Florida State University. She also attended the Miami Conservatory of Music and is now a teacher at the Children's Hour School in CocoI nut Grove. Her father was the la:e J. B Weintraub. Her fiance, now serving with the army. :s stationed in Arlington. Va He received his B. S degree from the University of it Sg^cigaJ Raffs To Attend Niece's Wedding Mr and Mrs. N. Doug Raff and r. Martin, of 860 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach, left here April 20 for Chicago to attend the wedding of the Raffs' niece. Joan Raff, to Donald Shure of Cr.icago. The bride-elect, daughter of Mrs Harold A. Roth of Chicago and the late Bertram Raff of Miami Beach, attended Miami Beach High School until the family moved to Chicago. She then attended Mills College in Oakland. Cal.. and Northwestern University m Evanston. 111. Mr Shure. son of the Sam Shures of Chicago, is a graduate of Drake University and is nowstudying law at Lovola University. Chicago. The ceremony will take place April 25 at the Blackstone Hotel, -go. Dena Low fad^ Dena Lois RadoffJ Become Mrs. p area Betrothal : Miss Den,, Radoff to P'. R.be-Len ent son of Mi ind Mrs.* Parent, Newark, H. J. hat) announced by her pareghl land Mrs. Abe Radoff ;a 1 33rd Ave. Although the engaged a, lived only three blocks fries. other in Newark. :hev $. meet until :-• n-.n* the University f Miami aadl moved here with her faail The brie. is p^ frcm Miami High Schoc. sweetheart l Tau Ipdki fraternity t.-. ...... -.[ -.;-;; versity of Miami a.-.d isemp at the Ml Her fiance is r. m itatital Colorado Sr n he is a me.~-.rr : the A_-P Band. H • of Miami ind belonged Epsilon Phi Passover Greetings MARCIE LIBERMAN —; : Pullman Accommodations and Reserved Sects m De Luxe Coaches "* s/mi if Tf oi 5 w sum sm Y*>mr HOMI NATHAN GINSBURG Wishes to Thank his many Customers and Friends for Making the 1951 Season at the Strath-Haven A Real Successful One — Thanks Again ce3 Ju be A| coi in an BI SINCERE BEST WISHES Kosheren and Frayfichen Pesach


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incil Women Elect Mrs. Oshlag Juliet N. Oshlag was fed president of the Miami %  on of the National Council Evish Women at the organiza, cent meeting, lo named to office were Mrs. ncler Libow, Mrs. Leonard nor. Mrs. Theodore Pritikin, dents; Mrs. Leopold L. recording secretary; Mrs. Bob Schwartz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Barnett Freedman, financial secr< Mrs. Martin Belle, assistant financial secretary; Mrs. Aaron Kanner, treasurer; Mrs. Max Dreyer, auditor. Mrs. Harry Barnhard was chairman of the nominating committee. Other members included National Merchandising Cited As Inflation Curb NEW \ORK. N. Y.—The American system of merchandising the Mesdames Belle, Herman A. Binder, William Capland, Adah Joseph and Nat L. Williams. Installation is slated for Wednesday, May 2, at 12:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. brand name products is an important curb on inflation, says a nationally-known retailer. Bernard F. Gimbc-1. president of Gimbel's department stores, speaking here to a Brand Names Day audience of 1200 retail executives, said: "The national brand manufacturers stand as a bulwark against inflation by constantly maintaining their quality at the lowest possible price." Gimbcl spoke at the conclusion of ceremonies at which 17 chants from all parts of the try were honored as "Retailers of ithe Year" and 49 others were 'cited for their outstanding work in promotion of national-brand 1 products. now the tyrant they fear is time H ERE ARE PEOPLE who in a few minutes... an hour.. .will put fear and oppression behind them as they wing their way on a giant [plane to the welcoming land of Israel. You gave them this chance to find freedom. Your contribution to the Cited Jewish Appeal helped to pay for the planes and ships which in three years have brought half a million Jewish refugees to Israel. But for every life saved, another is still In danger. Today, NOW, 200,000 Jews who bear on their minds and bodies the scars of every dictator the modern world has known, wait in Eastern Europe and in the hostile Arab lands-wait for rescue. TTiwted Jewish ^ppeal on behalf oj Joint Distribution Committee Vnited Palestine Appeal • United Service for New Ame ricans Anxious eyes turn to the clock and calendar. For now the tyrant they fear most is TIME. Suddenly, they have received pennission to emigrate. But tomorrow, the exit doors may slam shut. It has happened to others-it can happen to them. Time is running out. Will the ships and planes which are needed for their rescue arrive before it is too late to save them from danger and oppression? Well... will they? The answer must come from you, through your contribution to the United Jewish Appeal. Give now, before time runs out. And give more than ever beforel Greater Miami Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida



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UL 20. 1951 *knisti flvrkJfan PAGE 9 A 1 MHIMIIMHMIV k L / Hta^^. M % %  n ^^slB Applications Being Accepted For llrandeis Camp Scholarships free scholareducation and orientation. The Applications for ships to Brandeis Camp Institutes are now being accepted, according to an announcement by Rabbi Leon Kronish, Gus Jacobson and Louis Schwartzman, co-chairmen of the Brandeis Camp committee. The three Brandeis Camps are situated in Winter Dale, Pa., Santa Susana, Cal., and Hendersohville, N. C. In summer courses, varying : from two to four weeks, the i Brandeis Camp Institutes offer to potential American Jewish lay I youth leaders, between the ages of 18 and 25. an opportunity for courses present to the young person the essence of his Jewish heritage, with special emphasis on the values derived from the renaissance of the Jewish people in Israel. "The creative labors and achievements of the Yishuv are brought within the personal experiences of the camp members," Rabbi Kronish said. "The wholesome and normal creativeness on all fronts of human endeavor imbue a positive and pleasant association with the concept of Jew and Jewishr.ess. The programs are so arranged that the Hebraic renaissance, presented in seminar and forum; in script, pageant and drama; in song and dance and crafts, is made to 'radiate in our own lives' as the late Justice Louis D. Brandeis said." In addition to the studies and work duties, the camps offer swimming, games, hiking and folk dancing. Application blanks for any of the Brandeis Camps may be obtained from Rabbi Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom, 5-6819; Jacobson, Jewish Centers Association, 450 S.W. 16th Ave., 82-6556; Schwartzman, Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Bldg., 3-5858. Sirkin, outgoing president of Miami Beach Jewish shown here accepting a plaque from Joseph Rose. 1 Samuel Friedland, right, new president. The ceremony at an installation banquet and dance held in honor of %  ning and outgoing presidents. Also participating in the [were Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Nat H. Hankoff, Cantor Goldring and Maxwell Abbell. president of the United |e of America. frith State Convention Planners jet Sunday Morning At Casablanca ^V-SJte4& [working committees of B'rith fourteenth anFederation convention Sunday, April 22, at the Casablanca Hotel, ach, it is announced by lairman, E. Albert pmately 50 key workers of final arrangements ted to attend the final event. Special arrangeve been made to serve Jonal holiday food, will be heard from the committees: hotel re| Godfrey K. Newman; i Milton A. Friedman; J nd finance, Jerome H. j land George Bertman; %  committee, Judge Sam 1 budges, signs and ban[Steinman; banquet and Seidcrman; recepi Vitality, Marx Faber; Jack Gold; cocktail j i w School party, Sidney Aronovitz; publicity and public relations, Charles R. Jacobson and women's convention committee, Mrs. Robert Baron. Jerome H. Weinkle, incoming president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be installed in brief ceremonies at the banquet following the principal address by Cody Fowler, president of the American Bar Association. Registration for the convention is $25 per couple or $15 single. This entitles the delegates to the cocktail party, two luncheons, the dinner dance and other events of the convention. Separate banquet tickets may be secured at the special rate of $15 per couple or $10 single. These tickets may be secured from the Sholem Lodge office, 330 Seybold Building or from Godfrey K. Newman, Room 505, 420 Lincoln Road. The convention is slated for April 28 to 30 at the Casablanca Hotel. in Elect h Schwadron was reIresident of the Sisterthe Miami .Hebrew id Congregation at a the group on Tuesday, lected were Mrs. Isa|el, first vice president; lurray Kirschenbaum, lice president; Mrs. Jack liisurer; Mrs. Michael piancial secretary; Mrs. Bin. recording secretary; Max Newberger, corD secretary. ITS of the board are the Rebecca Becker, Ben Nat Siegel, Mollie KellIdnc Rosenthal, Herbert iseph Ornstein, Simon Sal rie] Perlman, Sam t Coultoi:, E. L. Becker W er, Peter Duchon. Max | Helen "Waranch, William lb, Dave Mcltzer, Michael Louis August, Jacob Brvin Sirkin, Mollie HarIrah Stone, Toby Magun Dudon. SALEM INN Al Wile and Pete Francis Come in and enjoy the pleasure of dining on the water famous food prepared by experts nominal prices. 450 Northwest No. River Drive On the river just below the 5th St. Bridge, -ft Parking for your car Dockage for your boat Open til 5 A.M. -it CALL PETE u •><: I OR AL .-*!%  E. STRECKER Truck Body Builders 724 N. W. 21 si Street many friends & customers of the State of Florida For the finest quality fresh northern fiih ike Erie — Whitefish — Pike — Carp — Hecht r VCE YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY ORDER NOW shipping date Tues., April 17—You may phone or wire CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE Flagler St., Miami, Fla. Telephone 2-6875 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER •JACK DAVIS Candidate MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL 501 Washington Ave. Paid Political A.IV. r Berdy's ol Brand Miami Manufacturer of Finest Quality Dairy Products This coupon is worth 5c only with the purchase of Berdy's 3-ox. Cream Cheese or Berdy's 8-oz. Whipped Cream Cottage Cheese. [ 27 N. W. 4th Street Phone 2-1788



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 24—NUMBER 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1951 PRICE: FIFTY CENTS impaign Total Its $1,115,000 |ith four groups of campaignstill engaged in clean-up Mties, Samuel Friedland, rm an of the 1951 Combined h Appeal, announced that pledges have been turned [date, for a total of $1,115,000. f.iur groups canvassing city include a committee, ltd by Stanley C. Myers,' I nriling pledges of $200 pore; a special unit, under co-chairmanship of Aaron, icr and Fred K. Shochct, nt cards between $100 | divisions of the trades a campaign committee being organized by FriedThe last group will be posed of workers who pledge fntinue campaigning until the of $1,470,570 is attained. tiO volunteers have already ed this unit. forking with Kanner and phet are R. Williams Apte, j.imin Bernheim. Ben Clein, ag Cypen, Milton Friedman, Irice Grossman, Leonard Ish, William Kneaple'r, Max Idelsohn, Mrs. Benjamin Mil|I. L. Mintzer, Henry Nadell, Irving Saal, Harry Sirkin, Jon Sirkin, Meyer Taigman, and Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. barking the still active physifs unii are Drs. Murray ReckSul Selevan and David h. Leaders of the attorneys Its are Irving Cypen and Jack [Abbott, while Joe Postal and irice Orovitz are heading the ling trades group. It a Federation executive comRee meeting last week, local Incies were urged to confine ii xpenditures to last year's Jgets and were warned that ninnies received from FederaK must be spent for the pur|i' for which they are earIrked on the budgets. His Big Moment-The Four Questions JffLSSlfS? )senwald Reelected pHICAGO, (JTA)—The AmerCouncil for Judaism contaded its three-day conference Ire Monday night reelecting psing J. Rosenwald president the organization and adopting [resolution urging the Union of r.erican Hebrew Congregations (id all rabbinical and lay leaders take concerted measures to Sminate Jewish nattionalist doc8r.es from religious school textboks and religious instruction. Federation Left "Sizable Estate" Word has been received from Attorney Irving Harold Propper that a "sizable estate" has been bequeathed to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation by the late Clara Schonhaut, it was announced this week by William D. Singer, president. Provisions of the will include bequests to a home for the aged in Israel, as well as several charitable institutions in New York City. The major portion of the estate, however, has been left to Federation for its charitable activities, it was disclosed. Propper, executor under the will, will turn over the residue of the estate to Federation as soon as all negotiations are completed, Singer said. "It can be anticipated that the money, exact amount of which has not yet been ascertained, will be made available to the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal," he added. Israel Warships En Route To. U. S. Golda Myerson Will Speak May 10 At Beach Auditorium For Bond Drive Mrs. Golda Myerson, Israel's dynamic Minister of Labor, will speak in behalf of the State of Israel's 5500,000.000 Independence Bond Drive at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium on Thursday night, May 10. Mrs. Myerson's appearance will be at a community-wide rally in commemoration of *-, t and £oree£u i spokesmen, raels third independence day ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Cafa Every Jewish organization will I jnet as Minister of Labor culminparticipate in the program hon| a t e s a lifetime of service in the oring Mrs. Mverson and the State Zionist movement. Mrs. Myerson of Israel. Admission to the rally will be restricted to bond purchasers, according to the Greater Miami Committee for Bonds of Israel Government, which is sponsoring the city-wide celebration. An executive committee to be in charge of the bond selling campaign is now in process of formation. This committee will select a campaign chairman and other campaign officers. Those who have already accepted member( ship on the executive committee Hista druth. Her career of public include Samuel Friedland, Stanservice has included war-time left her school teaching position in Milwaukee to settle in a Kibbutz (co-operative farm) in Palestine in 1921. Her first job in this new land was raising poultry. Three years later she joined the Solel Boneh (Histadruth's building and construction cooperative). In 1930 she became director of Aviron Ltd., the beginning of the Israeli Air Force formed 20 years ago by Histadruth. Shortly after, she was elected as the only woman of the five member secretariat of Two I.ra.h warship.. "Haganah" and "Muga* Yehuda. w.U visit Miami in conjunction with !h. launching of dwLj"tP2 State of Israel Bond Drire. One of them if shown here as it set out on in goodwill and training Ttait to America. The .hips are expected to arriva in New York on May L and then will pay cmulaty C 1U at major eastern seaboard citie. to ~ !" the bond sales in those communitie.. Craw, total 200 men ana officers. (American Jewish Praia Photo) ley C. Myers, Seymour B. Liebman, Mitchell Wolfson. Sam Lachman, Joseph Rose, Wm. D. Singer, Dr. Morris Goodman, Harry Simonhoff Herbert E. Scher and Leonard Barr. The State of Israel $500,000,000 Bond Drive is part of a total $1,500,000,000 program for the economic development of Israel and for the absorption of an additional 600,000 immigrants between now and the end of 1953. The three-year plan for Israel's economic expansion was first pro| jected at a conference of Amer, (can Jewish representatives and | Israel government leaders in. Jerusalem and was later endorsed I by the leaders of 45 major national Jewish organizations at a National Planning Conference held in Washington. Few women have reached such a position of international fame | as Mrs. Myerson. Farm werker, author, diplomat, executive, government leader, school teacher, mother and crusader for peace and freedom, Golda Myerson, has become one of Israel's most elomembership on the Palestine Government Economic Council and membership in the National (Continued on Page 4 A) Complaints Of Israel, Syria LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The United Nations Security Council convened here Tuesday to consider Israeli and Syrian complaints arising from the SyrianIsraeli conflict precipitated by the invasion of Israeli territory by Syrian troops and the killing there of seven Israeli civilian policemen. Eight Syrian charges against Israel will lead off the agenda. They will be followed hy three Israeli complaints against Syria. The principal charges brought by Syria before the Security Council are: 1. That Israel violated the Israeli-Syrian armistice agreement by starting and continuing operations for draining the Huleh swamps within the demilitarized zone against the wishes of Syria, Arab land owners and against the advice of United Nations truce supervisors. 2. That Israeli forces occupied demilitarized zones in the IsraelSyrian border and that Israeli police patrols "deliberately" attacked a Syrian post, in an attempt to occupy the village of Hamma "where they were repulsed with loss." The other Syrian charges claim that Israeli military personnel fired mortars at Syrian military positions; that Syrian military posts and Arab villages were demolished by Israeli bombing and that Israel evacuated Arab inhabitants by force from the demilitarized zone. The Israeli charges are that I Syria violated the armistice i agreement by persistent firing at civilian workers on Israel territory in the demilitarized zone; that Syrian armed forces entered the demilitarized zone in Israel territory in the Hamma vicinity and that Syrian troops killed seven Israeli civilian policemen near Hamma. Meanwhile, it was officially reported here on Monday afternoon that Syria today followed Israel's example in accepting the four points submitted by Col. Bennet de Ridder, acting United Nations truce chief, to both parties as a prerequisite for the resumption of normal activities of the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission. Israel accepted the four points last week. They are: 1. All military and para-military forces of both sides to be withdrawn from the demilitarized zone; 2. No further fighting within the zone or across demarcation lines; 3. United Nations observers to be afforded every facility for carrying out their duties; 4. The responsibility of the chairman of the Mixed Armistice Commission to implement the article in the armistice agreement (Continued on Page 4 A) Golda Myerson lllaustein Talks With Truman WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Jacob Blaustein, president of the American Jewish Committee, called on President Truman on Monday. Later, he stated that he did not feel free to give particulars of the several domestic and foreign matters which were discussed. He could say. however, that one of them had to do with a subject on which he had reported to the President upon his return last September from a second mission to Israel at the invitation of Prime Minister Ben Gurion—the relationship of Israel to the United States.



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FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1951 Won't Know Israel Ten Years From Now g tm/Mh /rtmrffrttoin PAGE 3 B (Continued from fage 2 B) fjiidii-ious industrial policy of losing industries in accordance the national interest, the [State of Israel is now in a position to reverse this trend. A suri the possibilities of indusU r i a ] di'velopment has shown that at least one-half of the new industries which are likely to be [established in the country do not [require proximity to ports or centers of population. They therefore, be conveniently [located in the new provincial towns which would actually proIvide them with more favorable tions such as lower costs of and cheaper housing and \pensive municipal services. One of the most constructive [means of attracting factories to |ni-\v areas is the establishment by Itlio government, in cooperation %  with local authorities, of "InIdustrial Estates," or zones. These 1 /ones are reserved for the i i uction of new factories and (planned and developed in adIvance so as to offer all the necesI services and facilities such lawater supply, electric power, : and rail communication. [Land is allocated in these estates v rentals and in some cases [ trial premises are built in i ar.d made ready for I tig to smaller enterprises and {workshops. The first zones are [in the process of development at Ramleh, Natanya, Beersheba and |Migdal Gad. A comprehensive plan for the (development of the country's has also been prepared to %  provide an efficient systerp. of unications for successful intrial development and general %  economic progress. The main i-ays <>f the future road re t'i carry double lar.es ffic Road intersections will Ibe located at convenient points listance of at least 4-5 kiloi s from each other. The Ibettei planning of the principal i I highways will eliminate in MIS at congested urban li md link them up with the of the cities through confi eder roads. One of the itant of the impending I ts is the extension and 1 nt of the country's I th-to-south artery. This I ::m Mctullah and Ras<>n the northern frontiei of the country through the i plain southward to S'dom on the shores of the Dead Sea lal Gad-Ascalon, the southern port on the Med%  ean coast, linking up farthi [• oast with Beersheba, the 1 citv of the Negev, and ing down to Elath, the port on the Gulf of Akaba .-outhcrnmost extremity of counry. The National Development llocates substantial areas national parks, forests and al reserves to serve the tntry's health and recreation needs. Most of these areas are eroded mountain slopes have no great economic or agricultural value, but which can • e developed because of their on or natural beauty into "on and holiday resorts. laying out of parks and proected areas is to be combined in national public works gram with afforestation, con struction of roads, and the building of hotels, youth hostels and holiday camps. Funds provided by the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue will make possible the economic expansion during the next three years which will enable Israel to carry out its long-range National Development Plan. The distribution of the rural community is a basic factor in the planning of a future volume and distribution of the general population. Where conditions are favorable for intensive agriculture, a dense rural population can be supported, while in areas with poor soils and meagre irrigation resources only a sparse farming population will find a livelihood. On the basis of a total population of 2.500,000 an agricultural population of 500,000 (or 20 r .{) would enable the country to be self-supporting in most of its food requirements. In view of the fact that irrigation represents a key factor in the future of the country, the National Development Plan has devoted a great deal of study to the task of harnessing fully all of its available water resources. Irsael's irrigation assets include the Jordan and its tributaries: other rivers and springs; rain and ilood waters, and underground water supplies. Hydrological exploration in recent years has indicated that the country's total resources are more than adequate to meet all of its development needs, provided that water supplies are properly tapped, stored and distributed. The blueprints of the national irrigation plan to achieve this objective were prepared by local irrigation experts in cooperation with leading American reclamation engineers. On the basis of water resources, the country has been divided into three natural zones as follows: 1. The Northern Zone wnich has a water supply in excess of the quantity required to meet local needs. 2. The Central Zone where the water supply approximates the requirements. 3. The Southern Zone which is deficient in water. The fundamental principle underlying the national irrigation plan is the use of the surplus waters of the Northern Zone for the irrigation of the Southern Zone. The river, spring and flood waters from the North would be conveyed by means of a canal to the arid soil of the South. According to the plan, the projected irrigation system will start in the north from two points: one in the east, at the source of the Jordan and the other to the west (near the Lebanese border) to be fed by the storage of winter flood waters from the wadis now draining into the Mediterranean as well as by the surplus waters of the Kabri Springs and the Kishon River. In order to assure a steady, yearround irrigation supply, water from the winter flow of rivers and springs and from the winter rains and floods racing through the wadis must be stored by means of the construction of reservoirs and the erection' of storage dams across the principal I In view of the fact that the waters of the Jordan River are to be for the most part diverted into the main irrigation canal, the plan calls for substitute arrangements to maintain in the future the balance of the Sea of Galilee and of the Dead Sea which are at present both fed by the flow of the Jordan. Other important aspects of the irrigation plan are the increased utilization of the underground | water supply (through wells) and of springs which can provide al! most all of the irrigation needs ,of the Central Plain, all of the Jezreel Valley, projects for the irrigation of the Jordan Valley and the use of the Ras-el-Ein spring for the water supply to Jerusalem and the Negev. Location of Cities After the National Developj ment Plan has been implemented, Israel will have three large cities with a population of 200,000 or more (Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa); twelve medium-sized cities with about 50,000 inhabii tants each; and more than twelve small townships each with a population of about 20,000 to 30,000. Most of these cities will form the centers of their respective "planning regions." The smaller cities are in most eases to be developed with the existing rural centers as their nuclei. But in several instances new cities are to be established in localities which are today uninhabited but where in ancient times thriving cities existed like for example, Kurnub in the heart of the Negev; Ascalon on the coast; S'dom on the Dead Sea and Elath (ancient Etzion Geber) on the Gulf of Akaba. Under the plan for urban development, the population of the city of Tel Aviv and its suburbs has been projected at 450,000: for Haifa and its suburbs. 300,000 and for Jerusalem, 250,000. Among the cities in the population bracket of 50.000 will be Naharia, Tiberias, Hedera, Natanya, Affuleh. Petah Tikva, Ir Hadarom, Migdal-Gad-Ascalon, Safed-Hazor. Beersheba, Acre, and Lydda-Ramleh. The smaller townships having n population of approximately 25,000 each will include: TivorKiryat Amal, Murasas-Beisan, Carmel City, Zichron Yaakov. Herzlia, Kfar Saba, Rishon le Zion, Rehovoth, Hartuv, Kurnub, S'dom and Elath. The objectives of planning are not merely limited to the primary purpose of adapting this small country for the purpose of mass immigration. Among the other important aims is the preservation of the landscape values and natural assets of the country including the relics of its great historic past which are of significance and interest to all of mankind. In order to achieve this end certain areas of the country have been excluded from the scope of agricultural or industrial development and set aside as "protected areas." These areas will preserve foi future generations the country's natural beauty and safei guard the enduring milestones in its history. The State of Israel Bond Issue will do far more than meet the .country's immediate needs for industrial and agricultural expansion. It will lay the basis for a j transformation of the land that I will be little short of miraculous. pro-1 wadis. ft Aw*y KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami B. Phone 38-2503 or 38-4891 (Evenings) Complete £ Miami Vaa I Ha\ashTuth HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WI&AM, Sunday, 10:30 A.M. .—•—• Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. 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)AY, APRIL 20, 1951 vJewisti ITlnrSrifan Marilyn Israel Betrothal Told s.w. fiih St.. announce the engagement of their dau [hi Marilyn, to Jack Stamen, son <i>. who organized the SadWells operation in 1929 and t to its present position. Net Mildred Jacobs Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobs, 1236 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter. Mildred, to David Starr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Starr of Washington, D. C. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. Mr. Starr was graduated from the University of Maryland, served for three years with the Air Fore and is now employed in the foreign relations office of the State Department. Shelley Allen Weds M. H. Handelsman ellej Allen n B. H lei .:i i xchan jed vow • R Max Shapiro. The ter of Mi. and Mrs. A. Blankstein of Sprini N. V. Davi I H t, i 1 : cousin, gave her in marrage. The bridegroom is the 8 HI of Mr. and Mrs. James Handelsman of 4311 N.w. 7th St. and had as best man his cousin. Robert Newman. A dinner at the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach, for the immediate family followed the ceremony. The former Miss Allen is a graduate of New York University. Mr. Handelsman graduated from the University of Miami where he was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. He is associated i with ABC television in New York. The newlyweds are honeymooning at Miami Beach. Mrs. Essen Leads Membership Drive Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman of the membership committee of the Miami Jewish Community Center, leads the field in obtaining new memberships. As previously announced, a reception for new members will be held at the Variety Club of the Alcazar Hotel, Sunday, May 6, and invitations will be issued to new members as well as those who obtain new members. Mr. Essen is running a close second and Irving Saal stands in third place. Keen competition is being displayed by various members of the board in this drive. Attends Convention As delegate from Miami Beach Lodge 79, Joseph W. Malek, Past Grand, attended the state convention of the International Order of Odd Fellows which met in Sarasota April 18 and 19. — Photo by Foten A part of the Seder services most enjoyed by the youngsters is the hiding of the matzos. At the conclusion of the ceremonies they are retrieved and ransomed by the parent conducting the Seder so that the final glasses of wine can be sipped and the final prayer said. Here are two of the young folks, sisters from Youngstown. Ohio, practicing for Pessover at the Shelborne Hotel, where Professor Sydney J. Greenberg of the University of Miami and Temple Beth Sholom. will conduct the Sedorim. They are (1. to r.) Myrna Louise 3 % %  and Suzanne Fleischer. 10. Eleanor Cohen Joins Summer Brides-Elect A July wedding is being planned by Miss Eleanor Cohen, |e*X. 6 |'"u""\T T X"'V,"' whose betrothal to Bernard BenSch o1 He attends the University net Weintraub has been anof Miami, where he is a member nounced by her parents, Mr. and o f Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. Mrs. Sol I. Cohen, 2158 S.W. 15th St. Both Miss Cohen and her fiance are graduates of Miami High WANTED EXPERIENCED STATIONERY SALES MANAGER Must be live wire. Ready, willing ami able to make a dollar. Submit complete reaume in detail. All replies strictly confidential. CD.I. INC., 1674 N W. Kth A.VS NOW is the time to have your furs stored and Hollanderized 'EMO HO I II Strictly Kosher Dining Room RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR PASSOVER SEDURIM Conducted by Cantor Samuel Karp ?)>" o 5-3491 116 Collins Avenue [OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK plural Jfesituttu ll > < is a special thrill in reaving flowers to add to the glow a Passover holiday. For the rgest selection of flowering wnts, novelty centerpieces, cut Wers and corsages come in or 11 • "Exotic Flowers Cost No ore—But Mean More" "ORSAGES f'om S2.50 PLANTS from $3.00 The incomparable GETTLEMAH "know-hew" in Fine Furs is available to you for the proper care and protection of your valued fur piece. Gettleman Furs is now open all summer to bring you complete COLD STORAGE, complete REMODELING, and HOLLANDERIZING! HERE'S HOW HOLLANDERIZING puts renewed life and suppleness into your fur coat (pelt clear through to lining!). 1. It's tumbled in a special blending of forcst-frcsh sawdust... all dust and grime are removed. Then it's tossed in padded cages to shake out the sawdust. 2. The lining is hand-cleaned-lo remove spots and stains...specially sized to bring back shimmer. Hollanderizing is exclusive at PHONE 5-5449 \ IV I %  % x X 3. Yourooat is expertly glazed— electricity and steam arc used-, to restore like-new lustre. 4. Your fur coat is rejuvenated by Hollander experts-wilh their special, skilled treatment of furs... for like-new loveliness. I *iami Beach | *07 Lincoln Rd. (5-2961) lxot!e6otJlenfi 3r. Miami Flaoter at Bridge (2-0519) and 2790 S.W. 17th Ave. (9-8416) Flowers By Wire Everywhere Ft. Lauderdale 18 S. Federal Hwy (2-7562) 716 Lincoln Road Phone 5-5449



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PAGE 8 D jmt§t ncridian FRTO AY Marcia Sable To Gcraldyne LoisTaran W'od Eli Arafintar To Wed M. Liebcr New llade Center IIha To I'iinl Caneer In Early Stages : Gill i %  I : G : i Wi tilul %  : Mrs Mae S %  the ei Eli N A Ml I M Os ..: A: %  ir, 74 S.W. 281 Thi wedding ill I %  • M i Sei High S State • f Dell S %  S s presently j :: :. %  ; • %  BY: 1 — A %  • • Si S %  B %  .: • %  : I Lois son : M I 92 S W. 8th attei I MiLeo A A C A %  • • surer Young: Adults Plan Harvest .Moon Ball PASSOVER SEDAR ^Aprii :: Services conducted by RABBI MOSHAY MANN Phone for reservations / IOHU C ailc Or. the Ocean al 65th 86-8721 COMPLETE SELECTION FINE WINES • KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Israeli Student To Speak At Seder %  Giladi, Israeli student enrolled al the University '. Mi imi, %  ker at the third to be sponsored by the lite Center on Sundav. April 22. at 7:30 p.m. at the building. 3198 S W. 24tl i will be is I %  in T> : Aviv At I U H % %  %  %  : %  %  Giladi n th< I-: • .... %  N ffair is STONE'S SUGGESTS MOGEN DAVKD WINE i .85 Fun Quart 1.55 5th Other Kosher Wines from 98c 5th Stone's Fi roe Delivery • Service Ph. 2-2451 "A Bottle or a Case" 200 W. F .igier St 82-93-8 t048 BucjyPe Blva — 9-95-6 2334 Pore, at L.on Blvd. 4-5166 2'05 N.W. 20th St 2.2451 515 Washington Ave. 5.4254 1 SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager OPENING JUNE 1st Special Low Rates for Month of June American PlaftY Only Finest Jewish-American Cuisine All Rooms with Bath or Shower Private Beach and Dock Sid Stiller %  %  president of Miami :. is the latest ntei ( ompeition for : the Flaglei-Granada h C immunity Center's second annual May dance to the held Casablanca Hotel. Miami in May 12. Six c mmunity centers are ali Ron 1 1 [MI i trnv Cental W. Is Beach J H .,-..,•, andd Mian ty Cenl will n call Mrs S Stiller all %  A [It 1 : %  '. tj Cenits : %  an Brad-Harvest %  %  tefield P vat. A] I 22 I School July of this yi Uroom luated : will %  A meetinf f thi ip is to gi M Api.: 2.i. n and is i ttei I "• : '• : P s nee and meeting %  • %  •ersitv of Florida in '' %  -•'• %  : t thi nti S No Lecture This Week There will be no lecture at the za Forum on Saturday :. ..wins to the Passover holaccording to an announcement by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. hai man. Members of the Spinoza Forum will observe the two Sedorim at the Francis K. Powell Dining Room at the El Morrocco Hot,; Dr. Wolfson will conduct the servii Teen-Age Seder! Th 1 -annual n Sedei by :ht| Jewish C -unity Cena-j Council held i April 24. at S p.m. at A Joanne Hablow and Levitt ve u chairmen Th. • %  no ad.i dancn. • How. ft0 WKEACH A MATZOS THIS PASSOVER, Rokeoch oH.rs you the most delicious motzo 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! BETTE* BECAUSE THEY'RE MADE 0m Distributed by uumautea ay % PALM MSTRIBL TORS "> NX. 24th St.. Mi t 17 i-ipboe*^ M NJL 24th St. Miami 37. Flo.



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PAGE 2 C l eni*t fkridfiir FRIDAY APRIL; TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER International Refrigeration Co. Commercial Refrigeration Equipment, Air Conditioning Monthly & Yearly Service Contracts, Installation On All Makes SALES AND SERVICE 24-Hour Sen-ice 9913 N.W. 60th St. Phone 78-7535 Anna Rosenberg: Jewish Woman of p en u no wonder youAmeri %  y youi dial Hagan this opp i answered the young suffragette Rosen by making her his protege. ,. Malvina Lindsav A: I herself with poliington p %  und time to marry to her I Julius F an infantry manif, A .' efforts Uking ^vanu inity ,„ n W(f In devoted : %  1 had returned from Mrs. RoM-nbt-r? -Y.,* .• Sh learned the poliUcaland that's why rm, 1 en Ugh lh^': S nmic vicS.1 : ^r the ,h plot; GREETINGS HOWARD BACKUS TOWING — LIGHTERING WHOLESALE SAND — CRANE RENTAL Yard—800 N. W. 12th Ave., P. O. Box 681 Yard Phone 3-5019 Res. Phone 7-1042 MIAMI 4, FLORIDA If Emp not i :.: Assistant D< It : w th Hagan to manage showed up !n thertar^* 1 %  npaign for election. „ nna R,)Sl ,,b *rg. YouSf? -elected. SSJ fc "ST n Straus. J,. in ,927. sup^;;j i ; l h a te c ^ candidate against Haleadership. Mrs. W" Jews 'withcS* Prio w Ulllsn'l Kail d i.... -.4.1.. iiunn^nij/. till 3. isfully mapped • St^us' strategy. impressed heap"New York Russia V : as his assistant when their alleged dislovaltv 1 •or to the Rosenbergs hupering campaig^"* :• I NRA administrator for parent in W.^hingion Th. N York State in 1934. %  berg case blasted the A HAPPY PASSOVER MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. MILLER-LENFESTEY SUPPLY CO. 127 N. E. 27th Street Phone S2-54S4 • A ;e for freed m n to d Perhaps H ire positions with 'ATA S ,.,! Security Board, the [ Di fense Health and es, the War Manout into tin %  %  .? %  uui mw me open am* many jobs she has Gerald L K Smith andU the Instigators "ofC^ cai ; Mls H sacrifieMl siderahle t the t • to take !" \ ssion, the Victory Assi ; the Policy Commitc 1a Office of the CoordinaShi post beta %  -American Affairs, the feels p hyandi Defi nse C >uncil, tude to 1 MIAMI MIAMI BEACH TWI\ II TV \i:o\ SERVICE — DAY OH NIGHT BILL BOTHWELL PHONES—DAY 9-992] NIGHT 32 7954 3240 N. v.'. L -' N Mil y Es%  wan-. ry. %  : during W II.oi • y Den. Dwi I i n %  %  %  %  Gei Gi George M to Whi n M nbergwl ommi I n. Georil and api [I ; V. J. HOKCHERL COMPACT PAINTERS ANL DECCRATCr.S 1047 Nor; M .Avenue Phone 3-062] K F i La nci i "A • I ".' : '. %  the An V self-made womai I T DOKHORK PRODUCE INC. ~?II:::;GS LEE'S 2142 N. ; Phone • LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY 324 N. E. 13;h Street RODS AND REELS REPAIRED SHRIMP MULLET Underwater Equipment ns 1 i A -S %  %  %  : %  %  1 %  %  %  1 %  I I 2141 S.W. 3rd Street Phone 9-1416 : S Commit! I nti-S %  ~ JL ""'J EETINGS Phone 5-7111 MIAMI BEAL ESTATE AGENCY 1034 duPon. Build:.,, p hone 2 4Q35 ALL MIAMI MOTORS. INC. FORD PARTS — SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS W. B. Prcbasco Block Co CONCRETE COTUMNSTU BLOCKS 4470 S. W. 74th Avenue 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami. Fla. Pacific Lumber & Supply Co. "BULLY SERVICE" "BILL" FAXON, FOUNDER Not Incorporated Specializing in Fir Timbers 601 N.W. 11th St. Phone 2-3163 Miami TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI TRANSIT CO. MR. and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER AND J2** Sffi DEPAR !" ENT STORE Phone 2-6550 DR. and MJjd MANNING J. BOSfl and Family



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LY, APRIL 20, 1951 7/ Sa.y... |h the resignation of the Ben Gurion Governaltcntion is being focused on the coming olecJn Israel. Will Labor continue its ascendancy new state, which has doubled its population three years? This question continues to attract [pn ad attention. Jrnany people, Jews or Gentiles, it seems odd in Israel Labor should play the dominant role. jverywhere in the Galut. Jews generally engage Isiness or in the professions. There are, to be [many Jewish workers; but by and large Jews State a middle class. To explain this variance, liui-t go to backgrounds and origins. cktcard Land lay it is scarcely possible to recall the state ;lect and deterioration Palestine was in when Bin set out to rebuild and to colonize. When jurist drives in a comfortable limousine over nacadamized roads and rushes through cities, villages, kibbutzim and moshavim, he cannot ._ how recently the houses, trees, farms, groves, ^ies, hotels, buildings and docks went up. A tion ago the Chaluzim did not find running \, paved streets, fish nurseries, public highways, ones or electricity. r's Accomplishments barren soil, the arid wastes, the rocky hills, not induce capital to come in and change the into the twentieth century. All the amenities adern life that we take for granted are due sweat and blood of men and women, who ated their lives to the transformation of wasteI into a modern state in order that the Jewish |e may take its place among the nations. With hands and backbreaking toil, these pioneers Jed stones, constructed roads, drained marshes, ed trees, drilled for water, banished malaria, ailed away the boulders choking the soil that fertile in Biblical days. Capital began to trickle \\y after the Chaluzim were rendering the land habitation and development. Vialuzim |at manner of men were they? The task was not for the proletariat who made up the wage s of Capitalism before organized unions had labor dignity and security. Starving workers irope were attracted to the gold coasts of AmerWrica or Australia. But the builders of Palestine k nisl th.'Ui tr PAGE 3 A Mapai: The Dominant Party In Israel were men and women of broad education, idealists who abandoned classroom and lecture hall, library and laboratory, store and office to fashion a new land of freedom for themselves and their people, tilled with a socialist fervor to end exploitation, they attempted to live bv their own toil-in the promised land of their forefathers. They preached the new religion of Labor, and abhorred tfe amassing of wealth for private enjoyment. In their attempts to pool their work and resources for communal welfare, they discovered and perfected the Kibbutz, the purest form of Socialism in action. Without Kibbutzim it is doubtful whether Medinas Israel would have emerged. The Histadrut Labor continued its leading part in rebuilding Palestine. It attracted men of large capacities, which included the murdered Chaim Arlasarof, his protege Moshe Shertok, now Sharett, and David Ben Gurion, the first premier and most considerable figure in Israel. In 1920, its leadership founded the Histadrut, the General Federation of Labor in Palestine. This union regulated working hours and instituted minimum wages, innovations unknown at the time in the backward Near East. But the Histadrut went further than other labor federations. It engaged in business enterprises and gradually acquired control over factories, shops, banks, foundries, hotels, plants, hospitals, and educational institutions. The Solel Boneh, the largest building organization in the land, and the bus transportation system are its subsidiaries. The value of their assets runs into the millions. Labor's Leadership Labor thus has a record of splendid achievements. It has the best organization and the most capable leadership in the land. The Histadrut, with 150,000 members, is its most powerful bulwark. It was thus inevitable that as soon as the State was proclaimed, the Labor Party would take over. So when the election came around, it was quite natural for Labor to win a majority of the seats in the Knesset. The workers would have been in complete control of the government had a rift not been gradually developing. A fragment with strong leanings had broken away and formed the Mapam. The majority under the leadership of Ben Gurion rallied under the banner of Mapai, the Hebrew initials for Mijlegeth Poalei Eretz Israel. By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Coalition The Mapai representing but 35% of the Knesset could govern only through a coalition cabinet. One would think the Mapam would have rushed eagerly to the support of their fellow workers. But Ben Gurion had to turn to the religious bloc for assistance, even though there is little affinity with the Mizrachi or Agudas Israel in religious or economic views. Under such mismating. the first Cabinet in Israel hobbled along until the inevitable split came. Now the country is preparing for its second general election. Achievements and Mistakes The odds were heavy against the Mapai in organizing the government and initiating the foreign, domestic, diplomatic, and military policies of a new State. Not commanding a majority, it often had to yield to the pressure of the religious bloc, which lost no opportunity to needle its coalition partner into granting concessions. On the whole, the Mapai did a splendid job. Its most spectacular failure, however, was in the field of economics. The Mapai either blocked or discouraged the inflow of American capital at a time when the country was in direst need of hard currency. This blunder helped to produce austerity, which has brought Israel severe privations. Under the most normal conditions, the incoming of a half million refugees stripped of all belongings, the boycott by hostile neighbors, and maintaining an army, navy, and air force to protect the tiny state against a second invasion that is planned by 40,000,000 surrounding Moslems would make the piloting of the new ship of state perilous enough. But raising ,'obstacles to prevent well intentioned American Jews from building badly needed hotels, or creating new industries was nothing short of downright folly. Nor is it any argument that the Mapai was concerned with protecting the new State from exploitation by foreign plutocrats. Some charge that the Histadrut was more interested in its own aggrandizement than in the public welfare. In the coming election, the main issue will no doubt revolve around economic policies of Mapai. It does not necessarily follow that the energetic and resourceful Ben Gurion will be retired to private life. But voters will no doubt register their displeasure of a policy that blocked the entry of much needed food, material, and dollars at the critical moment of Israel's rebirth. :o Centers uilganiate nouneement has been made le merger of two congrega| serving the northwest secI Congregation Tfereth Israel ^he Northside Jewish Center, known as the Tfereth Isforthside Jewish Center. jund for the organization's if worship, to be erected forth Miami Ave. and 65th broken Sunday afternoon tremonies which attracted a crowd. inner president of Tfereth pi. Mr. Baretz, was given the t>r of turning the first spadeof earth. Local dignitaries representatives from various rches spoke at the exercises, lie organization is now coning services at 4316 N.W. Ave. Beach Zionist Officers, Board To Meet Monday Officers and board of directors of the Miami Beach Zionist District will meet Monday, April 23, at 8:15 pm at the home of S. A. Goodman, 8148 Hawthorne Avenue, Biscayne Point, according to Alex Van Straaten, President. Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman of the board of directors, will preside. Passover Program Slated A Passover program will be presented by the Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women at its next meeting on Wednesday, April 25, at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El Center. Mrs. Ruth Uliss, cultural chairman, is in charge of arrangements. >erman Breaks Ground North Shore Center Councilman Marcy Liberman honored by being the first to ik ground for the new North >re Jewish Center. His high if $1,100 as a donation to the [Jding won him this privilege. lie shovel he u§ed was then |ced up for auction and a $500 from B. I. Binder gave him honor of being the second to tak ground. Synagogue pledges were idled by Councilman Burnett kh. Gables Men's Club Elects New Officers Henry M. Cain was elected president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Men's Club at the group's annual meeting held at the center on Tuesday, April 10. Other officers elected were Herman Isis, vice president: Bill Karo, treasurer; Sam Beckman, recording secretary; Nat Baron, corresponding secretary. Lou Tannen, Alan Bernstein and Sam Berger were named to the board of directors to serve with Lee Elman, Abe Harris. Ted Goodman, Mike Baskin and Herb Braun who were held over from last year. Past President Nat Winokur is an honorary member of the board. 1 """ fl K-.< \i To All My f '" 1 Mr'' W Friends iBpllT 1 Extend Best Wishes For ^BWw^jB A Most HTA Happy Passover ^B Cfr**-^ipH Aaron Courshon leighbors To Meet [A meeting of the Know Your feuhbor Club is scheduled for Nay, April 20, at 12:30 p.m. • the home of Mrs. May Abrams, H2 S.W. 20th St. The board will loot at 11:30 a.m. For Passover Week Ducks Geese Chickens Turkeys at | Greatly Reduced Prices Shochet on Premises | Tues.. Wed. & Thurs. Mornings GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. •01 N. W. 8th St., Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 We Will Appreciate Your Patronage! GOING TO BUY A NEW CAR? 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[y, APRIL 20, 1951 +Jewisti Fkrirtitr PAGE 9 B rsky—Pioneer Of Modern Hebrew TINA LEVITAN Rnssia, 1902. A ^Hebrew wish boy sits neif to his It,-' Both are stealing at the Hebrew transla•Robinson Crusoe." Both teady demonstrated their pncern for their cultural guage lives." Daniel Pcrsky remained silent | a moment while his friend in-' terspersed. "You have a special gift. You have a remarkable philological-creative talent and have already shown signs that you have within you the makings of a great Hebrew writer Carry on your work, and through your talent you can fight to preand have acquired an serve and develop the culture of U. love for the Hebrew i our people." le. But one of them is int. He bewails the fate tin Hebrew. im Hebrew," says the handicapped by a small Miaic vocabulary and by fcibility of style." |t bewildering absurdity," pis the other. "True, the tongue has for many ; almost disappeared from |nversation but there are nodes of expression that (leaned from Biblical and jlical Liberature. The jge," he adds as he points book lying before them, |] the quality of this on. prove the baselessj ur assertions." continued Daniel 11.•brew language a remarkable creative thermore, its growth intinue—for the language n> ins of keeping contact When Daniel Persky spoke it was more by way of resolution than in simple response. Young though he was, he perceived with the intuition of genius that IanI guage and nation were synony! mous and became thoroughly convinced of a plan to continue the great work begun by Eliezer j ben Yehuda, the father of modern Hebrew. Yes, Daniel Persky was determined to resurrect the beautiful tongue of the ancient Hej brews. He would prove to the' world that the Hebrew tongue was capable of expressing all shades of human thought and emotions and at the same time show that the upbuilding of our Hebrew culture—the strengthening of our spirit is the most potent weapon against all our persecutors. The decade that followed were 'he years in which Persky prepared himself for the destined Hebrew spirit. That role lie was to play as the Voice live only if the Ian-' of the Hebrew Rivival in America. In 1907 he came to New York City and pursued his goal by continuing to master the Hebrew language, to know its intricacies, to learn its qualities, usages and various forms of expression. He succeeded to a great degree and his notes and discussions on the proper usage of Hebrew words and phrases published from time to time in periodicals were distinguished by a keen sense of linguistics. It was no surprise then, a few years later, to find Persky in his indefatigable search for material fulfilling a gnawing desire by visiting the ancestral homeland —the living fountainhead of the renaissance of the traditional (Continued on Page 16 B) SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 Uxe Mi ew CAMP OSCEOLA for Boys and Girls On Mills River and Silver Lake Horse Shoe, North Carolina Horseback riding, capable seasoned staff. 3000 ft. elevation. resident physician and nurse, private lake, swimming pool, all land and water sports, 300 acre campus Registration Limited Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach Telephones: 5-5975 or 5-4239 The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA MIAMI BEACH TRUER TO FORM gei B %  %  :* M -U %  HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH • 24 hour GRADUATE NURSE care • RICE, SALT FREE or ANY other DIETS • All rooms with PRIVATE BATHS, patios, solaria, ELEVA. 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bmAY, APRIL 23, 1951 f tewisli fliorUdliiaiKi PAGE 5 B !-' %  --"'-> A iVen; Jo&s For iVeo? Americans One hundred twenty New Americans, who one ago were charges of the Jewish community— ployed, dispirited and thoroughly insecure, are happy, productive individuals contributing to betterment of our town. dit for this amazing metamorphosis must be I to the Jewish Vocational Service, its patient, smoking executive director. Harold Kramer, its sympathetic chairman of the board, Emil G old. ..blished less than a year ago on an experimental the agency, like its counterparts throughout ountry, has carved a permanent niche for itself -. the community. A group of public-spirited citizens, nizing the need for such an agency, dug into pockets for funds to set up the JVS. But now il has tried its wings—and found that it could aloft—money for its operation comes from the ibined Jewish Appeal. JVS actually grew out of a survey of the h Social Service Bureau conducted last year by Greater Miami Jewish Federation under the vision of Morris Zelditch, director of social g, Council of Jewish Federations and WelI aids. ii this survey was instituted, the JSSB was rig through one of the many stormy periods it miehow managed to survive. It was crying to ation for additional funds for its refugee, remetlt and relief program. Although eager to work, most of the New Ameriunfamiliar with the English language and ail work methods, most of them still bearing both physical and psychological, of years of i (I labor, abject cruelty and constant fear, were le to find suitable employment. Dependent upon charity of the community, they were rapidly ;iing demoralized. As if this were not enough, the Jewish community, committed to provide for them under the terms of I'MDP law, was forced to take dollars, desperately led for the upbuilding of Israel, and pay for their Mirt. Moreover, with increasing numbers of New Americans slated to arrive in this area, funds for this purpose threatened to make enormous inroads into the CJA collections. So the JVS was born. From the beginning the agency was a resounding success. It secured the confidence—and cooperation of such long-established firms as Burdine's. and re many months all but the "hard core'.' cases were gainfully employed. The monetary saving to the community was great, but even more important was the transformation that took place in these New Americans. Once hopeless and defeated, as self-sustaining residents of Miami, thev took a new lease on life. On this page are ten of the 120 New Americans whom the agency has placed. Now "shining in use." they are pictured at their jobs, which range from i gg candling to watch repairing. Clockwise, they are Mandel Kuperman, who works at Craftsman's Village: Joseph Morshi, June Dairies; Hersh Tetarsky, I-yon's Products; Joseph Sachs, Tropicalites; Israel Kuczvnski, Empire Furniture; Adolph Gelb, Donald LaVigne; Mendel Glicksman, Superior Aluminum Windows; Rudolph Wind, Morris Brothers: Aaron Wilback, Carl's; and Stephen Lewkowicz. Borden's. Theirs is a poignant story, a story with a happy ending, one which should be of especial interest to you, since your contributions to the Combined Jewish Appeal are making that happy ending possible. A native of Poland. Kuperman came to this country a year ago. accompanied by his wife. Then 36 years old. he had apprenticed as a shoe repairman in his homeland. Prior to joining Craftsman's Villa he was employed by a local shoe manufacturing company. Thirty-five-year-old Joseph Morshi is now one of the best egg candlers at June Dairies. He comes from a small Polish city, where he was taught farming. He alone of all his family was transferred to Germany by the Nazis for forced labor. There he did farming, butchering and restaurant work. Baking English muffins for Lyon's Products is Hersh Tetarsky, 38. who arrived here last year with his wife and one child. Another child has been born since their arrival. Trained as a baker in his native Poland, he has held construction and restaurant jobs in this area. The future for 31-year-old Joseph Sachs is as bright as the neon he installs for Tropicalites Sachs, who came to Miami six months ago, is married and the father of one child. Born in Germany, he graduated from the gymnasium there. Israel Kuczvnski' job as furniture finisher I ir Empire Furniture is actually the first job the 24year-old native of Poland ever held, for he was sen! to a concentration camp at the age of 12 and forced to work in coal mines "in water almost up to his neck." He, his wife and child have been in this community for one year. Adolph Gelb works as a tailor for Donald La Vigne. The know-how Mendel Glicksman learned in his family's iron and metal concern in Poland is proving of inestimable value in his work as punch press operator for Superior Aluminum Windows here. Thirty-three. Glicksman was preparing for the l abbinate when his studies were interrupted to work in a Nazi machine gun factory. From 1942 to 1945 he was an inmate of Buchenwald. A victim of a Nazi concentration camp is Rudolph Wind, watch repairman at Morris Brothers. He is a native of Czechoslovakia, where he learned watch repair work from his father. He is 32, married and has one child. Aaron Wilback is employed in the dairy department of Carl's Markets. In Poland he served as salesman in a yard goods store. Twenty-eight-year-old Stephen Lewkowicz actually started working at the age of 13." when he began repairing machines. Later he was sent to the ghetto for forced labor and subsequently became an inmate at Dachau. Before coming to America in September, 1950. with his wife and child, he repaired motors in Italy for two years. He is now working at Borden's Dairy Products Company. Although only men are pictured here, tne JVfc> has also secured employment for distaff New Americans. *"i r



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APRIL 20. 1951 +Je*lst)fkmkttan GREETINGS IONT PAGE tUTY SALON 28 Michigan Ave. 1 Miami Beach •Jewish Diamond Aces" PAGE 13 D GREETINGS MAHrCHU ESE RESTAURANT 3d to Take Out lily Style Dinners elivery Service |St. Ph. 86-4303 Gordon, Rosen Shine As Jewish Ball Stars, Sid Is Star Slugger; Al Breaks Record American scene now shunted to the dugouts, to use a diamond phrase, baseball has taken over the major spot in the hearts of sporting America. If there ever is a time when sports fans suspect that baseball is NOT the national game, April is not that time. At the same time, Jewish GREETINGS li£ Wheel It rive In TY SANDWICHES jsonable Prices Tried, Never Denied" S.W. 32nd Ave. [Phone 4-4410 SETTY'S m FOR DELICIOUS IOLESOME FOOD" itely Air Conditioned iFree Parking ILobo Lounge jous Entertainment Phone 82-9157 Biscayne Blvd. (GREETINGS ill $ Mi age Inn SN IN THE ROUGH" polity Quantity easonable Biscayne Blvd. iPhone 3-8470 u* City Neon Miami Beach ; E — DAY OR NIGHT l N.W. 29th St LL BOTHWELL Phones B921 Night 82-7954 GREETINGS ire Sure Delates Inc. WIT SHIPPER 82-9246 Biscayne Blvd. GREETINGS flCTOlfS Specializing in JALIAN FOODS Ricotta Italian Sausage |3 N. Miami Ave. IPhone 3-9374 By HAROLD U. RIBALOW Sid and two other Gian, regulars With all other sports on the! mov ed to Boston. It is typical of the success Sid has made in the games that he was the only one of the trio to be a regular. And —what is more important—he was the only one of the old Giants who New York regretted to see leave the Polo Ground. Gordon is the kind of Jewish sports, and particularly.' basebaii I fc^^^^ fans, are now becoming increas: deal of pride in it He sends h£ ingly interested in the Jewish ; children to a yeshiva and ho nimWho^relhetv'wh 0 19 ^ TH"? 1 SpC dS a ood part of 'the Who are they? What have they winter season in addressing Jewaccomp ished in the past? What ish groups. Sid received some bad f-Z ^ ,r P r SP CClS f r thC forth I notices when he played Turing Whit C~ ? 9rB the Hi 8 h Holidays last season bu"t While theie are a compara. perhaps he has by this time SJ a ^hT bCr01 J W L Sh >earned that the impression made el w th ,1 ? e vanous cl "bs, was a poor one and this year he only two Jewish players are at may sit it out those days, the present writing outstanding T-. „ „u„„ „,„ • .; „ stars real major league top' h J h f h S „ o S M f^ nolchers. The others are on the &£!,„? Sou hIa d K from way up. or merely holding on. or JJ^^^ffJ^fJ??! are players who are having a fling which will indicate that they will never make the grade. There are sluggers and pitchers, catchers and infielders, outfielders, too. Some are very promising, like Saul Rogovin and | Joe Ginsberg of the Tigers and Marv Rotblatt of the Chicago White Sox. Others, like Cal Abrams, a Dodger hopeful, are spring perennials. But the two authentic ballplayers are Sid Gordon, now of the Boston Braves, and Al Rosen of the Cleveland Indians. In this series, I shall discuss as he is a ballplayer. Always a star in the minor leagues, Al kept coming up to the Indians in the hope he would win the third base job away from Ken Keltner. For tree years he failed. The story started that he was a minor, and not a major leaguer. He could always hit, but could he field? The answer was that last year he finally won the Keltner job—he hit more than 30 homers, was named second to George Kell as the All-Star third baseman in the American League. Al learned how to field and his hitting, while it tailed off toward the end of the year, was remarkable for these two players ad in the final rookie According to my record article, I will attempt to grade %  the remaining Jewish players in the Big Time. Sid Gordon, a Brooklyn boy who became a high salaried star only two years ago, is one of the sluggers of the game. He has hit 25 or more home runs in two separate seasons and is one of the holders of the record for hitting homers with the bases full in a single season. The record is four, and Sid tied it last year. Gordon is a fine outfielder with a rifle arm. He is an equally good third baseman. Last year he received more than half a million votes as a third baseman on the National League All-Star team. One of the most feared hitters in the game, Sid has always driven in a lot of runs, regardless of his batting average. And, like many sluggers, his average never really reflected his value or his true power. Gordon made the grade with the N. Y. Giants after having been shunted around the club in various positions. For a couple of years he started as a reserve player and, finally, through the power of his bat, won a regular job for himself. When Leo Durocher came to the Giants, Gordon was ticketed to go. Not because Leo didn't like him, but because Gordon was too slow on the bases for Leo, who likes speed and is willing to pass up on the power. Sid was, all baseball fans will remember, a part of the famous trade which brought Al Dark and Ed Stanky to the Polo Grounds. books, no rookie ever hit as many homers in his first full year as Rosen did. And that includes Williams, DiMaggio and other superstars. Rosen was not named to the All-Star team by Yankee manager Casey Stengel, in spite of the fact that he polled more than half a million votes. There was a great outcry and, of course, talk started that there was anti-Jewish bias somewhere in the story. This was, of course, denied, until recently when Birdie Tebbets, a loud-spoken catcher, said that he heard Stengel cry out in an exhibition game with the Indians that he had kept Rosen off the last year team and, if possible, would do the same this year. The story was poo-poo'd by many writers, but the bitter feeling remains. There is no doubt that Gordon and Rosen are among the best players in their leagues and that, except for the period when Hank Greenberg and Buddy Myer were performing, there hasn't been any time in the game when there have been more than two Jewish stars of such stature. Perhaps the newcomers will make us eat these words. We'd like to, but must wait and see how the new boys will do before we are convinced that they will be better than the current Jewish aces of the national game. (Next week: Concluding article deals with Jewish rookie prospects in the '51 season.) The QjOAM Bill, H. H, Manny and Aaron Thanh you for your Patronage and Extend Sincere Good Wishes for a Very Happy Passover GREETINGS IDEAL IRON WORKS ON THE JOB %  PORTABLE EQUIPMENT EXPERT WELDING Broken Parts Made Strong As New General Repairs All Kinds of Steel Fabrication 1755 No. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2501 HAPPY PASSOVER PEIVIVWOVKIV, INC. Established 1904 MANUFACTURERS OF INSECT WIRE SCREENING ALUMINUM BRONZE STEEL HUDITED Warehouse 260 N. 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enuhin Becomes A Movie Producer LEON GLTTERMAN di Menuhin, the worlds violinist who loves Califor relaxation, is a hand' m an of 34 who for years Bken motion pictures as a This year he became a picture producer in Et. hudi is very enthusiastic his new endeavor and his film, entitled "Concert C." the first film ever prothat features music for fa sake, is now being rets Yehudi: "'Concert Magic' concert on film, as straight Iccrt as you would see in %  ic Hall. When the music ids. there are close-ups of bands ... at the piano or i. There is no plot, no makeromance, no scenery. Just music!" Hudi says that he looks upon lm not as another "Sunset Jvard," but as the first atto meet the demands of lovers in small towns and Kthroughout the world iw have no opportunity to Lading artists and ortos. carefully have avoided," the violinist, "a fantastic, idous, colossal Hollywood ct. In Hollywood, when IT players make a picture, uso are required to act, to rt of the plot, and the music irdinated. jht now," he continues, is no special outlet in ood for straight music of fcreat composers, such as is in all of the famous concert | throughout the world. I do ire that music lovers in and elsewhere are more Etnated than the producers lywood assume and I think ;o the extent they are ined. people who like music have an opportunity to see near concerts. Often, in p: towns and cities, this is ipossible." film, produced by Concert Corporation which intends >cries of such films |-ing other well-known artt V' hudi believes, open new field for motion i s. "it is in no way," he "in competition with radio, liBwiisltUEIliOipidliiaun records, motion pictures, or concert management. I've had as much fun appearing in 'Concert i Magic' as in some of the others I've done: 'Stage Door Canteen' (made in Hollywood), and the British film, 'The Magic Bow,' based on the life of Paganini." It is interesting to note that Menuhin has often proved to be an ambassador of good-will for his country. It seems that in every country there are certain outstanding figures in different walks of life who, because of their humanity, modesty or ability, whether they like it or not, appear to the world as a symbol of their native land. And believing that musicians are above politics, Menuhin has often been able to use his fine talent in a good-will manner, which would not hav? been possible except for his great modesty, humility and general understanding of people in every land where he has travelled for the last twenty years. When Yehudi, at the invitation of General Lucius Clay appeared in Berlin, for a series of benefit concerts, it was not the first time that an official wrote to say: "Yehudi Menuhin is the best ambassador your country has sent to us since the war." Neither was it the first time that an audience, like Berliners, walked five or six miles andstood ten deep to hear Menuhin play. Since he made his debut at an early age, audiences throughout the world—in France, South America, the Philippines, Switzerland, Greece, Russia, Scotland, England, Portugal, Italy, Hungary, Denmark, Norway, etc. have thrilled to the music of Menuhin. Before World War II, Yehudi gave approximately fifty concerts a year throughout the world. With the outset of the war, however, he gave benefit concerts for any organization or people who needed his help. Uninterruptedly during the war, he gave several concerts a week in the Aleutian Islands he played 64 concerts during one single month. The results of Yehudi's efforts as a good-will ambassador were quite visible. In Australia, in the (Continued on Page 16 B) MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 195' SEC. B Where East Meets West And Becomes Israel By EDGAR BERNSTEIN The first big difference between Israel and the Diaspora is that the concept "Jew" does not have the same meaning in the Jewish state as outside it. Theoretically, it is one: Jews in Israel and the Diaspora are equal heirs to a common tradition. But in a society where all your neighbors are Jews, where the Cabinet and York.) Weaving in and out of the general Hebrew and the almost as general Yiddish, I could make out English, German, French and | Dutch: my friend added several languages more. It is the same in Jerusalem, Haifa, and other towns; even in many of the settlements. Everywhere there is a ferment of different, contrasting people — Ruscivil service and the soldiery and sjap. German Lithuanian. C £ ec t h police are Jews, the fact of common Jewish birth loses the individual significance it has in the Diaspora (whatever new national significance it assumes.) As a result, Israelis approach their problems not as the problems of Jews in a non-Jewish society, but as the problems of people in a common human |Ela"th"ta"~tne'souih society: and not so much the problems of people united by the same racial background, as of' east! people divided by all the diverse geographical and cultural environments from which they severally stem. Polish, French, Hungarian, British, Rumanian, American, Australian, Italian, Belgian, South African, Arab, Dutch, Yemenite Jews—fusing slowly into Israelis. Whatever the Yishuv may have been until a couple of years ago, the Israel of today, with 4,000 people streaming in every week, is a melting pot stretching from to Metullah in the north, and from Tel Aviv in the west to Jerusalem in the There have been bigger melting pots in history—America in her j peak immigration days was a giant beside the Jewish state— At Lydda airport, a New Zeabut I doubt whether any has had lander received me and helped | to cope with such a wide variety me through the Customs, where i of people, under the internal and a clerk from Lemberg inspected' external stresses which Israel my bags; a porter from Salonika has to meet at the same time. carried them to the taxi, and a driver from Berlin took me to Tel Aviv. The New Zealander was as far from Judaism as the Berliner was from Zionism, and suspended. On the contrary, when other states have faced similar problems of supply and defense, immigration has been cut down or And they don't worry, because the proportions of the "Eastern" versus "Western" Jews have no special significance in the population of the Jewish state. It isn't a question of this section or that section "predominating" because the whole tendency of life in Israel is not to maintain, but to break down sectionalism. Take the case of the Yemenites. They come to Israel, bearing all the marks of the subjection they have suffered for centuries—poor, backward, superstitious, opposed to any form of change. The women call heaven to witness the wrong done them by WIZO, whose nurses take their scrofulous, rickety, trachoma-ridden babies from them and scientifically nurse them to health. But three months pass, and they begin to feel differently about it. They see their children thrive under the "outlandish" treatment, and conclude that perhaps it isn't so bad after all. After six months you find them fitting readily (for the most part) into the new molds Wherever I went, social workers were unanimous in telling me how well Yemenites "took" to the process of becoming Israelis. (Next article: "The Generation of the Wilderness.") *t What It Usta Be ens Make Oldtimers Slow Pokes each of the four was, in his attitudes and reactions, worlds apart from the other three. Only one thing united them: the fact that they were Israelis. At the corner of Allenby Road and Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, a friend said to me: "Stand here for five minutes and you'll see the world go by." People conversing in a dozen languages hurry past (everybody hurries in Tel Aviv—it is worse than New What will come out of the melting pot? There are people in London, New York, Johannesburg, who are worried about the present great influx of Oriental Jews. Thousands have come, thousands are still to come, from Yemen, North Africa, Iraq and other Arab lands. There are people who worry lest these "Eastern" Jews will swamp the "Western" Jews. Folks don't worry about this much in Israel. BEST WISHES W. A. GLASS YORK (AJP)-Modern techniques of the 20th ve made it more possi' illow Jewish law in the J i : matzoha than was 11 :n the European ghetto, j I law requires as little 1 J. time as possible in order v( nt fermentation and spelallv calls for a maximum of 16 to 23 minutes, r. with modern baking tech!S, flawless matzohs are profed in modern ovens in less seven minutes, inthcr development which! ild have surprised the Jewish | ts is that matzohs not only | 11 uning a year-around food %  modern Jews but that non-I f.s also are acquiring a taste n as a slightier tasy re-1 ducing rood than general noncaloric diet crackers. More stores in non-Jewish neighborhoods. particularly in the Eastern United States, are stocking matzohs. Matzohs for Passover of course are made differently than those fur year-round general consumption'. Production of the Passover variety usually yets under way three months before the Passover begins. Modern ovens also are a vast improvement over the oldfashioned home-made variety in quantity. In olden times, a woman bending over a hot stove for a full day could manage about eight pounds of the crisp flat squares. A modern baking oven can produce more than two tons of matzoh in an hour. Get these pre-Passover household aids to save time, work, strength, and money! PASSOVER CLEANING by ROKEACH* ROKEACH SOAP ... for dishes, glassware, and !" nu '""' are •ROKEACH SCOURING POWDER .. for all household IOSKS *ROKO lor tile, porcelain, enamel IF ITS ROKEACH ITS KOSHER. u mines UuliiDUleu u, PALM DISTRIBUTORS j 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. INC. Phone 3-6866 MIAMI &f MIAMI tlACH • IT. 1AUDERDAU • WIST PALM BEACH



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PAGE 14 B *Jenisii fttridian FRIDAY Blanche & Sid Lewis extend Passover greetings to their many friends in Greater Miami and will be happy to welcome them at Duncraggan Inn Henderscnville, N. C. Between June & October HAPPY PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Compliments of f ^> HOTEL On the Ocean at 44th St. MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS IIITIMTI Diamond A To. SEA SHELLS <& ELOWER SUPPLIES Telephone 83-7735 1340 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami 35. Elorida GREETINGS MART ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS RESIDENTIAL • INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL 154 N.E. 13th St. 3-1369 MY PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE BEST TO ALL VAL. C. CLEARY A Year To Remember In Jewish Music By EPHRAIM GOLDMAN [ n t i me • -.. 195] will be a year to remembei n Jewish %  This June the Hebrew Union -• S in Ni nly school : '' th '' i to be trained ii \ %  In th -J< wish [nstit under the of President Nelson Glui Dr. E Werner. Pi fess r of Jewish Mus H *• ; nzblau, dean I I scl I. it has gone far 1 A primary incentive for th< I tindmg I till thi gap li fl b) tructioi t EuroJewish on of the tors : .'• Lik< I Eu • under a facultj : -• • sts Thi customary ] %  under n I % %  • • %  • -• levotional te> f the hist ... thorou • of the trj The scl Hebi Union College[nstitul of Ci threei f stud; Hist %  and tion. C E ting. HarI other music studies, and also Education H< H •• y, E .... • %  • n On K. Conservatn Becaus School re\ ford to ei us %  up i I ..-•"n to l i to %  i '• While a nded. most I thi have -' %  • introduction of s '' Jewish ::.lum is a course ol study rectors 1 fall under the •• 'on Fi %  N V. and a memb% %  --" Mus F [ Hartford, Conn Chi si n l have inst %  %  %  the Christ • : Schubert nd a Poiil. • jogue musical ladd encouraging J "ng to gn sh tradition PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI CRUSHED STONt PRODUCER OF %  CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREnL SERVICED BY S. A. L. R Y and F. E C R Facilities lor Direct Loading 0 f Cars 4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue. Mica* P.O. Box 451. South Miami Branch PHONE 87-3411 East Coast Fisheries. i nt West Flagler Street—At the Brido PASSOVER GREETINGS FRA.XK O. mum, Inc. —INSURANCE 1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. ?:-. :: TO ALL g SEASONS GREETINGS FLORiDIAN HALF PINTS INL 1415 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami I WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE Fred ard Herbert Abrarr.s Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS Is'.3 Alter. Read PHCNE 5-S9C" "MMEOIATl SUIMCt — REASONABLE PIC€i 9WALITV WOIKMANSHIP MAKE SEIVKE HOTW TUK-SP UPUUTKM namm SEAT UMMtMXTINWM FJCimn RIGHT DOWN TOWN — EASY TO STOP AT Tropical Typewriter Sen* 431 WEST FLAGLER ST. Phone 2-8333 or 9-5191 Where the Libby's have everything v, need for tit TYPEWRITERS—ADDING MACHINES—CHECK PMI. DESKS—SAFES—CHAIRS—FILING CABINETS Plus a Stationery Department It will pay you to pay them a visit Fashion Mart Bldg.. 127 N. W. 2nd St. GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. IK "~z^E3k HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL JACK JUSTICE THE SURFSIDE REALTOR 9513 Harding Avenue PHONE 86-1466 %  SAM MURRAY IMI 1 BUT* KNUUM MM -4l • TIM* DIVISION • *** ( WfM SHUT MM) % %  I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I • I I I • I t I I t I \ GRADE A |^N PRODUCTS D 0' / I36E SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK CREAM ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 GREETINGS T. S. BUOD OPTICIAN 1112 Huntington Building. Miami, Florida Phone 9-1451 262 Andulusia Ave.. Cora! Gables O ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GLEASON'S BAKERY Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1732-36 S. W. 8th Street **' Specialty Balcers of Quality Pie. Cakes and S*



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APRIL 20, 1951 +Jewish nrMrSrtii^m Prejudice Inued from Page 13 C) life, but the evil-doer \ s soul, ilate is a boomcarries within it "the >f its own suicide." Prend hate corrupt character. jr., society, breed war and the finer decencies of •on. Like crime, so also c< > does not pay. history of mankind has part the history of the ling of fear and of preIBecause it is so dangerous ignore or tolerate prejur social engineers have discover a cure for this disease. As for myself, panacea for the plagues or bigotry or greed—or adjustments of life. But I like to suggest these We can reduce the prejudice by fostering [jl. and by detecting and ijudice. Let us beiurselves; let no one of llgc this dangerous conF; ii. In order to neu\ ce, it is well to look i 1 every case and to the true facts, because |1 cannot rise higher than of information. Truth means of dispelling the tanaticism and of slander. I v for poisonous ida. Let the victims of mine themselves !< %  • i self-correction—rei I their shoulder. I nic phrase, take b'. ii : their own eye beI : for the mote in t %  y< It has been lid that "when a man v ising finger at his TS of his hand B ; ". Let us con• inequality, disli nju tice, so that |i n >y the fruits I •< cure and un• tesl his own trj and prejudice V 1 r ;l brothei ki thf Jewish Sage ir balance, it judge your v iu have come V %  "What is hate50.000 t-lll-Sl S For l';isso\rr (Continued from Page 1 C) Austria; in makeshift quarters in Alaska; on board ships at sea; at embarkation points; in camp mess halls and chapels, in synagogues and Jewish Community Centers, in hospital beds. Ready for any contingency wherever Jewish fnen and women in uniform may be at Passover time, JWB has also provided for large numbers of unexpected GI Passover guests. Fifty thousand or more guests for Passover! That's a lot of people for Passover or for any other holiday. But not to JWB, which at the peak of World War II provided Seders for better than a half a million Jewish GIs around the world. And this year again, JWB is at their side on Passover—as always. PAGE 15 C another." In other words, "despise no man; judge every man in the scale of merit." In the words of the poet. "Don't look for the flaws as you go through life: And even when you find them, It is wise and kind to be somewhat blind. And look for the virtue behind them. For the cloudiest night has a hint of the light Somewhere in its shadows hid. mg; It is better, by far, to look for a star Than the spots on the sun abiding." In one sentence, to help eradicate the plagui ejudice, we need information, understanding and the wisdom and the will to live together as members of one brothei hood. GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27lh Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 not do unto TO ALL GREETINGS II CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO., INC. N.W. 21st Terrace 2-5462 A Friend Of Ours (Continued from Page 13 C) that small boy who opened a door for me long ago." „ He d 'dn't look at all tired after all the years of getting around. L.iKe a bright young traveling salesman who has had some bod weeks on the road, he didn't Se m r '." the last discouraged. well.' I asked him, "how does Jt go With you in the world," as if I didn't know. "Oh," he replied, "it's not so bad as you think. So many doors are open to me. Jewish doors Christian doors. So many hearts are open to me for board and edging. That's a good sign, you know." I told him I was arranging to have a couple of my grandsons, Jan and Paul, to open the door in our house together "The kids will feel privileged. Of course, it isn't strictly ritual to have two boys open the door. It s going to be a sort of double welcome at our house, you see." Elijah thought that was a grand idea "Notice how the generations come up, one after another, to keep the door open for me. You let me in when you were six. then your children did it, now your grandchildren. Don't you see. there!s hope as long as people keep on being hospitable to the idea of peace and justice. One generation after another. That's what keeps me going hopefully. I'll be getting there in time." 'You mean, Elijah, the time when the bells will ring all around earth, and peace and justice, as my father told me? Then yoUAvill rest, and may that time come soon. Elijah." "Oh. we're getting there, we're getting there," he exclaimed. "Maybe in a hundred yea:-:' And with that he swung off hopefully, gaily almost, down the street. GREETINGS American Pharmacy. Inc. 744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665 Marshall's Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 Marion Drug Store 1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621 Rockmoor Pharmacy 5901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2011 Red Bird Pharmacy 5725 Bird Road SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY TILE — MARBLE — TERAZZO 2500 S. 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i J1UI. t i-f raiDjn Pr. Robbins Heads Courshon Bids For Council Seat: temple Men's Club Calls Current Council "Detriment Dr. Alexander Robbins was elected president of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom at the club*s annual election meeting last week. Dr. Robbins succeeds Frank Kamen who had been president for the pas: two years. Other officers elected we: > presidents: L,u;:s Haftel, Martin Rokaw and Dr. Norman Russ: secretary-treasurer. Benjamin B. Goldstein. Board members include Norman Arkin. Emanue! B Myer Friedman, Jerome Greene. Frank Kami n, M in :.J K Jack Lawson, Carl Lundy. D< v I I D Rajna, Alex S Sha] I. .: Betram w.::,. and Hai j Zukem:rk. Aaron Coursnon. business man. civic leader, and pioneer resident of Miami Beach. formally announced his candidacy :,>: the Miami Beach City Council last • Declaring that the Miami B> City Council "has been an object prominent | and decorum to the councilmans chambers is imperative if Miami is lo en.ioy the respect • .. :.-. tourists and press of the nati n •'It has always been my belief that municipal government is the and that %  nation it has exhibit .vaclatioVandp^crastiyxre^nced bus mess men at Ui i when acting upon neces%  SSSS.'^lfft l.orlii'i" Chanter Installs Ir.Klcis An .:.-• norers il S tior H : Jew ish Childri n in I %  %  ly. April 15, at 7 : O:: M: s. S.'l A'.' .Mrs Harold Solomon, •. Mrs I" 1 ./, id Lov Mrs I .. :-.. cor:,. Mrs Bernard Mrs. Sanford Swerdlin, fin %  si retai Mrs Albert Gn auditor: and Mrs. Myr n C • Mrs, Abraham B: omst n and Mrs Allen Michaelsoi iffair was Mrs tl Mr.M F I past president of t %  :.'.. mi chapter, -.>. as inst llinj ficer, • business of the communiI requires competent and men at the I am to the council I can devote my full time and attention I its manifold duties. T i ofti n th( average citizen :s overlooked, and any request make to the council .• mt the dignity tion that tl i I pledge to ever of the city of Mi Bi • :ted I tl r preLUicil in a tful and courteous manner. "I si |uestion Ughtnd I shall vote on i li m impartially, and in acthe best in:* of the people and the city of M:B I think this is what the voters and what the city needs its C 'uncilman and that is I am running." Aaron Courshon is a member, of the city planning board, cohairman sidewalks and parking committee bridge committee. MaEmma La2 aruTn!? to Hear Dr. Mi h 7 D Donald M,ci;-? e,8 0t of the Hille] FourSji'^ University of Mia^S 1 1 university *lud cnXs vi f** a program based on m$* ties to be presented" '!^ meeting 0 f the Em*'' 3 Chapter. B'nai B'nt h ^ and Profession.] yj** T U ?K da ^ Ap,il 24. Ife at the Seacomber Ho te l 815 jngher are Ethe. Bftfl Abe Kurman, prominent Miami Beach hotel owner, has been cited as "outstanding worker in the clean-up division of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal" by Samuel Friealand. campaign chairman. Kurman. who has worked in every division of the drive, has covered "twice as many cards as any man working in this final phase of the work." Friedland said. World-Wide Service' Send Your p a880ni FLOWERS by wire Phone 5-0469 Lincoln Road Florist 1229 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Aar C urshon sary impi vemenu : 'the presenl I with being .. seri % %  letriment t levelop-| a .-, :c Order, Civic League, Elks.: Gerstens To Sponsor Camp Scholarship Mr and Mrs Harry Gerstei Miami Be ip which I Tel Viradah. S. A G :: ." : : '"'--:: • %  "'• th{ X :..-• \outh C has announced. Tel Yehudah. a camp project by national Young consequent benefitT T.,j .. -' w„.-i H uciM uc-iiciii. iu me of the people of M u -: >kM >ung Judaea proBeach mi nt :' M Courshon did r. : -: %  n tatemenl AS "I ..: because I sincen %  _• is needed. 1 ire thai ..:.. ilpurport 1 the people of Miami Beach are |uati full lling their responsil • n my ob• .-. particularly in the last two years, that though many promises have been made for the benefit of '.he city, they have been far short of fulfillment, and to the best lami Fifty-two Association. Temple Jacob, vice president of the Hebrew Academy, member of the Z. O. A.. B'nai B'rith. He is also a member of the Miami Beach Businessmen's Association and the Normandy Isle Improvement! Association. Courshon has been active in the lighting of Lummus Park of j Miami Beach and was a strong supporter of "the whiteway" lighting of the streets, reducing traffic hazards, and the erection of the audit&rium. SAVE ANY DAY OR 571GHT rough daily ving in a rat Additional in ,v be tamed by calling the Z. nist n at 58-4643 flabb) Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 "The indecision, vacillation and astination that has been exhibited by our recent city council in acting upon necessary improvements has been a serious detriment to the development of Miami Beach as a metropolitan "During the last two years the ing, the name-calling and resultant bedlam that has characterized most of the council meetings has made this bodv the object of public ridicule and dension. A restoration of dignitv I WANT MY MILK To All My Friends and Acquaintances A Most Happy Passover Morris "Moe" Berick 1522 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Current Rate Is 2y 2 % Per An NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION N.E. 6th Avenut at 125th St. Skcpard Irood. >UHI North Miami M Drtpr, And Be Sure rt FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Sn,p„,r C r„ k LONDON ARMS. Mitel WE CATER Banquets Weddings Bar Mitzvahs All Kosher Butcher Stores in Greater Miami will be closed All Day SUNDAY Beginning April 22nd. 1951 Sponsored by Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Ass'n. sover Is Dining Room Opt • th Public Phone 5-1264 727 COLLINS AVE :?XX 0d. .'.0"ol bfHnllH •! M ittiSBiiO 0 IIAMiON M SWtMAN SZ3S2 MIAMI HEBREW BOOK STORE 751 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach PaKsover Greeting* to iltEntire Jewish Coininunitv Phone 58-6942 Owner: Rabbi N. Lipschitz



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PAGE 2 B 9-Jenisi' thrklian £RIDA^APR IL aj You Won't Recognize Israel Ten Years From Now You won't recognize the Jewish State after its develop prcgram goes into effect. If you have visited Israel recently and have in mind a picture of the appearance of the country be prepared for a great surprise on your next trip, especial/. is a few years from now. For the face of the land is chan lot il 1 ei I I : • Although it ess in • mi levi part of the Stat Is • %  n the I T %  the Mandal (oi % %  : Umax u t n iti mal plani %  .W Papei nds of 1 f the si f this situal t ions its tl and health in%  • • nSi en Plann i en dot e to of the princithe ities. To relieve I to orovi.il> conthi venient outli 'for the growing • %  • p pulation, plans have bet rawn up for the development of I esi cities, iTuiuding the establishment of suburl mediate vicinity their m. Disper.al of Industrie Social pol %  % %  ., n ,j Planning, a8 1&\J tions oi i ";' ?*'*& tries n in a -i the ol Industries great towards concent • (Continued on Page 3 JT pout to ., of uduitnes 1 l %  .>i 0 f IK "^ centration in B few u e "% spots. In the pa. th ^gg •1„ '" a,l l Clearing the ground. A bulldozer prepares land for the construction of a factory on the outskirts of Haifa. Israel's chief port will be the center of greatly expanded indusry under the counry's three-year development program. Development of all branches c: agriculture and industry will be made possible by the S50C.000.000 Slate of Israel bond issue. :n the ition : %  ; > 00.000.000 Si %  %  :' I.-. National Devel >pmenl rl a popu'. • inting to 2'_ million. Of this it is estimated that 10 will be engagi I in nsive in .. ng ..thih p: in on. To in the number i in agricul1 iintry-w • %  would bo set up that lit w extensive new areas • or tught under cultivation. vould provide adequate, agndation I 1 irban co::. lition 1 a better bal%  %  trucNatioi %  • %  At the time of t tion of the Distribution of Population A plan for the -distribution of the population has been worked out. based on the division of the v into 24 -planning reEach of these regions Is tied to support an estimated average reputation of 75.000 to 100.000 and of providing them with sources Of livelihood as well as the ni regional services and The -planning legions' iave been mapped out in accordance with the economic PALM 14 N.E. 24th St. Distributed by HIM It I III I OIKS IXC. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 19 2 625 YEARS OF HELP •19 5 1 G BUILD FLORIDA HUSBAND HAPPY-HIS CONSTIPATION GONE "My husband is a different man Since he started to eat ALL-BKAN a year ago. For years he'd take a harsh laxative every morning and again at night. Now ALLBRAN alone keeps him regular." Mrs. A M.Earnev, Cobb Island, Md. One of many unsolicited letlrs from ALL-BRAN users. This may be \Oiur answer to constipation due to lack of dietary bulk. Eat an ounce (about < 2 cup> of crispy Kellogg's ALL-BRAN daily, drink plenty of water. If not satisfied after 10 days, send emptv carton to Kellogg's Battle Creek, Mich. Get DULiil.i; YOUR MONEY BACK! O £ Vi YEA *s OF GROWING WITH FLORI CHARTER MEMBERS There .ire 120 of them...men and women who have been Helping Hu.ld Florida" since Florida Power & Light Company was founded more than a quarter century ago. They are the vanguard who have provided much of the inspiration and training for their fellow employes-assuring that your Sunshine Service .> in skilled, dependable hands. DA ...HELPING FLORIDA GROW/ S. el. Froodman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sw. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also tor Hebrew School*. D'TBC -OIB Telephone 5-9017 J0U FLORIDA P0WZR t LIGHT COMPANY VOL D SMILP. iltrr 2^ yc-u nh % u ( h on Jr rtul iiicn.t* anj neighbors! |( j been 1 .r. 1 a n .1 quirtcfcenmry Krvmg in*ioilJ (inm pcopli HI the boc pla.c in ihe oi(d (u !•** •"• Snucrely. YOUR ElfCTRK. ISBVAMI



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APRIL 20, 1951 +Jewisl) noridiar DTSPEICH IORING CO. 30 N. E. 1st Avenue 3T WISHES id Mrs. Jack Farber owners of jbrew National (Restaurant & Delicatessen Villa's Yacht I*.is hi 1884 N. W. North River Drive Phone 2-30B7 PAGE 11 D SEASON'S GREETINGS King's Shoe lli'builclers Dry Cleaning & Laundry "The Best on the Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PH. 58-9929 DELICATESSENS in Kosher Food*' ^7 Washington Ave. Miami Beach ALL GREETINGS L.IM Tile o in pa n v ;ONTRACTORS fcll any time 7-6153 1. 96th St. Miami IAPPY PASSOVER II FLORAL CO. trs For All Occasions by the Warner family over 4i years. (ler Florists' Telegraph ]iv< ry Association S.W. Fifth Avenue Phone 2-6823 At a luncheon which followed the matzo "shmura" ceremony, leaders of the world's foremost rabbinical organization stressed the importance of the spiritual foundations created by the late Rabbi Dov Ber Manischewitz. founder of the B. Manischewitz Co It was emphasized how these vital traditions have been strengthened by the Rabbi's sons, and in turn by his grandchildren who now guide the destinies of Manischewitz Matzo Bakery. Bernard Manischewitz concluded the luncheon with sincere thanks to the Rabbinate and a promise that the B. Manischewitz Co. "would continue to uphold the high standards and traditions that evoked their praise." GREETINGS Caroline A. Walbek REALTOR 1950 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-4896 Specialist in Homes for You SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 930 Everglades Concourse PHONE 86-8041 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES G. C. STEMBLER, %  NC, GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS 225 Shoreland Arcade Phone 3-5719 GREETINGS TDM DUPREE REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulevard MIAMI BEACH PHOlE 58-5224 Palermo Again Voted In As West Miami Mayor A HAPPY ,SSOVER TO ALL ICivanov |H u re Studio 55 N.W. 14th Ave. Phone 78-1403 West Miami voters have elected Peter R. Palermo to be their mayor for the third straight time. Palermo won with 583 votes, while his competitors. Matthew M. Slepin and Leonard J. Kalish got 264 and 224 votes, respectively. Elected to the city council at the same time were Edmund P. Cooper. Tilden B. Corenblum and former councilman Morton M. Beigel. Beigel was voted into a oneyear term with 393 votes. He had been a councilman from the time of West Miami's incorporation in 1947 until last year, when he declined to run for re-election. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Superior Septie Tank Co.. I in*. EXPERIENCED SINCE 1925 REPAIRS AND PUMPOUTS A SPECIALTY VIFEWA5 CRANKY A$ A BEAR, 'EOFNERVE*/' SHE SAID. UGGE$TED NERVINE NT HER OFF TO BED. 936 : 1. W. 71sl Street Miami. Fa. PH. '-3220 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER ii! J. J. FARREY {•Vj lu n nervous tension I rift in your family .. Sue nerves make you 1. Quarrelsome ... when Restlen, Wakeful, fervoua Headache or Indigestion try |les NERVINE this mild, effective helps relieve nervous helps you "get hold of and permits refreshe PRecommend it to [a>.d friends. Get Miles from your drugstore. the label—avoid excesEfTervescent tablets 75; Liquid 25c and $1.00. P-'liiiratories, Inc., ElksNERVINF FREE! a copy of WEBSTER'S NEW PRACTICAL DICTIONARY To Promote Thrift... DADE FEDERAL is giving one of these new 1951 dictionaries to eacli new saver who joins the DADE FEDERAL FAMILY of more than 31,000 thrifty members. Open your INSURED DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT with 925 or more today, and you will receive this valuable dictionary FREE! Offer is pood as long as the supply lasts, and at both of DADE FEDERALS two convenient offices. Savings accounts opened with as little as 81 are also welcomed at DADE FEDERAL Your DADE FEDERAL savings account will earn liberal dividends for you twice a year. BUILDING INSPECTOR MIAMI BEACH YOUR CANDIDATE FOR THE COUNCIL GREETINGS Phone 2-9457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TIRES 1504 N. Bayshore Drive Miami. Florida BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER R. T. Jeffries OF Florida East Coast Railway Dade AND lOAN ASSOCIATION of Miomi MAIN OFFICE 45 Northol Firtt Anu AILAPATTAH BRANCH 1594 Norlhwit 36th Strtt ACE EXTERMINATING CO. Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone 7-5347 JOSEPH M UPTON, Prtidtnl fcTta* Account In.u„d ,o 1.0.000 by .h. M.r.1 St** Lo.n Io,u,.n Corp. Resource. Exceed S30.000.000.00 fleserve. Exceed $2.100.000.00 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL illlll CHEVROLET GENUINE PARTS & SERVICE 2107 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 4-0859



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PAGE 10 C g fcn iat rkricHain FRIDAY The Woman In Israel A TENN %  .TT TEL AVIV A d on of equality for Israel shelved se\ tes at %  %  %  I i the M Si .. ... Mosl ... '.. _.: tatus of v I nily. Many Oriental Jews and Arabs resent the recent raising of the age of consent for girls from 15 io 17 and have litt'.c difficulty in evading it. But while all parties to such a contract face jail sentences, the marriage itself remains legal under the religious law in force in this country, ard the Jewish and Moslem religious authorities object even to the provision giving welfare officers power to sue fcr annulment if the family concerned will not. Rabbis do, however, help welfare officers persuade husbands to release unwilling childbrides. : Another case in point is polygamy. While a Jewish inhabiof Israel may remarry if his first wite is mentally ill or refuses to accept a justified dive: ce there is no relief for a jn in a similar position. Moreover, a bigamist husbands' second marriage continue force notwithstanding any jail sentence it may have brought j r.d can be dissolved only with the consent of both parties; but the numerous women who married ? second lime, usually under the mistaken impression that their first husband: had bed in the European massacres, find that their second marriages are automatically and their children illegitimate. All the state can do tor these unfortunates is drop criminal proceedings against them. lea! %  %  r thai %  • ther's I %  Ti i nate's usual 1 I m; avail extei % %  %  • • f 1 rant Ortl • ti %  ... j %  %  I threatens riu neerii • Although the local divorce rate is low. the security of many women is endangered by the tendency of the settling authorities to register home leases and purchase papers in the name c-' the husband only. Election laws giving women full equality in communities where they had not enjoyed it before, passed without opposition, although full political rights for women in the Knesseth Israel, the Jewish community representation in this country under the mandate, was established 30 years ago only at the price of secession by the Agudsh. %  >niinues turnove. neweonw using gn ship particularly to the m wido ing in the last few years. Educated women immigrants disdain domestic as well as field and factory labor, although it ^ often the only work for which they are qualified. • isterity. %  • • eatiy i %  GREETINGS TO ALL _A /CJfiamii 7irst Sxclualve (Paint St TINGLE PAINT CO. -49 S.W. FIRST ST. MIAMI, p L TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice-Pres. K1 I H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. i. 1 r i iin no\ w KI:IK & II M.H. i >( MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P. O. Box 2210 — 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13 J =1 PASSOVER GREETINGS iii S|HM*0 Wholesale I !;IE-: DEMOLITION—EXCAVATING "Anywhere in the State" Equipment For Rent 100 Veteran Owned and Operated I Night Phone 4-6347 DADE GAS CORPORATION BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES 5998 N. W. 7th Avenue p hone 7 g937 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY MR. AND MRS. HARRY ANGEL & ASSOCIATES Angel's Package Store & liar 30 N. E. 14lh STREET MIAMI 36 FLORIDA Telephone 9-9289 A GREETINGS Ace-Saxon, Inc. Cigarette Service 3898 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 7-6677 AUTOMATIC CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING MACHINES A Service Institution 1911 West Avenue Now Located at Phone SM GREETINGS GULF ELECTRIC SKBVltf 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Best Wishes For A HAPPY HOLIDAY CITY LAI\DKY. IXC. 2160 N. W. FIRST COURT GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRII : MR. AND MRS. HARRY STERN BOBBY AND ILENE 4527 Sheridan Avenue AND ASSOCIATES XEW YORK RAKERY 448 Collir.s Avenue SEASONS GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER AND HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 2038 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 3-1427 ^J TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVtf ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 305 Coral Way Ph ne CORAL GABLES I I $



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PAGE 10 A +Jenisti flcridkui FRIDAY, Publicist Redman Tosses Hat In King For Beaeh i OIIIH il Post Miami Beach publicist. Ray Rodman, opened his campaign for a seat on the Miami Beach City C iiincil this week with headquarti rs at 1931 Park Ave. Rod: nt in his blood. Son of the now s. m Bunny" Redman, a 30n on the Daily N< been a publicist in for ver 16 has three children, Jean. 17. Helen. 11. and Robert Joey 6. all attending Miami B> i Is. "Publicity and -. ti :•. are the I of Miami Beach, and Ra K >'' ia there should nan 0 f p u n the council who is exp< in that field and has the pulsation : Miami Beach n his finger. • tips.'' Redman si for the Publicist Redman started out [present at 17th at an early age as a newsboy and Washington Ave will he remembered by oldtlmers H< handled the first F .i Fair from Chicago as the lad who had Store opening in Fl rida which the newstand at the Northwest' itu a cake-eating c ntest ern Railroad Station. His first shown on television and newsnewspaper assignment at the age reels acr of 17 was with the Denver Post Or.e of his recent pr motions undo:the famed publishers Fred was thai t the two and a half Bon::ls and Harry Ta:r.:r.-. : : n liar collecti n it jewels For years Redman traveled '' %  '• %  • l famous Lucy Cotton| throughout the nation as an inThomas. Princess Eristavi door and outdoor sh wman, ad" Estate for the Richvance agent, press ter Jewelry Co. The gems were YoUnfiT \dults Will ager: and exploiter. He served as shown on fi%-e major newsreels assistant to Fred Bartow, divi: "'• ;v television newsreels. u pnr |?>Hin Rr<* s %  lor of exploitation for Redman handled the MetronMr **>UIO EiACC Mel -G Idwyn-Maver Pictures Goldwyn-Mayer movie group for Owen E. I'ridge, general mance covering They Wore Expendable" when f station WQAM and the 12 tea : r three years before %  %  was being filmed here in 1944,, ^ c i Miami Beach 16 years •• %  •'•• :; 'he Navy Miami Broadcasting Company. took and I tst n< H tel will be guest speaker at the secTh< :andidate, who was reond meeting of the "Open Mind *J£ P ": %  :ng the/Swim Forum/ t0 ^ held Wednesday. i stars. : • Hej.tr. we.-. : Miami Beach ... .. ., • .. .... s the Ap::. a. at the Coral Gables Jewc nt %  :: m ; I rst USO affaii ntry at i*h Center. His topic will be SI ''-Vanderbilt Hotel "Present Dav Radio." late star Helen Moderator' for the evening's ._ program will be Leon F. McAsn I Am An klU editor of the Florida Sun. • Williams : Mi higan American Day" of 46 different The forum is sponsored by the for put ups during the center Young Adult Group of I in 30.000 which Reuben N idenberg is -,Miami 1 ng in the parade and president and Jack Fels. program by the Dechairman. The spe been in radio a.-ted led "jn -ii isetrou a vear later and for 2 yean When II ii.ii B'rith Young Women ITL f hur h Friends To Model Sed Invitations have been mailed i President BevT*' by members of Sharet Chapter, nounted y ^*h B'rith Young Women, to | p.wu: nds in the Christian Youth : ,..,. % %  s S kop wa ,J the young women's trace thr n f 1 .Sede f ni be held at the '" 'tionship 7. Community Center 1S! ver "' D Tuesday. April 24. at 8 p.m.. J : a -„ d ,„ ff: begun ft£] %  recent inter-faith nS Home Auxiliarv S P^ :t her To Kleel Officers of .* %  tolSft Officers and will be elected Oicen E. fridge and B'nai B'rith Yout! board members t,on at White Temple n when the Miami sald Trudi Lach. pubW] Beach Women's Auxiliary to the !" n "and the first tL J, wish Home for the Aged meets chapter program to on Tuesday April 24, at 1 p.m., at | Pattern originated bv"'fcj tht Town and Beach Club. wide sponsored event." Mrs. Irving Frankel. nominat' Miss Betsie Banks cSai ing chairman, will take charge > being assisted bv RosS of the election. : Pauline Glantz. R^, Preceding the meeting Mrs. Charlotte Coddon and Benjamin Appel. outgoing presi! Botwin. dent, will give a farewell reception to all members and guests. The launching of a new summer project will be announced in a musical skit by the auxiliary actor, is starred in'"Thil "Voices" including: the Mesdames Things," latest report uu Frank Berger, Irving Frankel,' Frontier series to be head Max Greenberg. Ray Hammerday, April 22. at 3.30 pj man. Jack L'dell. Harry Koretzky j radio station WKAT. and Mollie Schuman. Miss Clara I The New Frontier IJI_ Goldenberg will accompany at by Harold Franklin for a the piano. stitute for Democratic U The installation luncheon and and is presented in GreateB seating of newly elected officers through the cooperation M and board members will take • ical Lodge. B'nai B'rith a place at an early date in May. I A nti-Defamation Leapit Carey Stars In MacDonald Carey. Hoi The speaker has been in rad M Beach w rk since 1926. when he start* Dempsey( stopped boostwith a M watt stati n He ioine Iivelih I pi WJR in Detroit a vear later an : foi 20 vean Whe Miami vice presiH %  San Juan. Pueri of __ — *%  ...(tri ii v %  -the ,' %  %  %  nded Radio Executn N ^Z^ZZIZ ^ %  : %  % %  It Board, as %  TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY I EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER T HAROLD SHAPIHO Your Candidate for Miami Beach Coundhn Food Fair Stores are carrying a complete line of Sunny Brook Farms] QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Kosher for Passover and Voar-Ronnd Manufactured and Distributed by SUNNYBROOK CREAMERY, I 2180 Northwest 13th Avenue Miami Florida Phone! an ELECT ME YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER AND I WILL Advo amending our


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APRIL 20, 1951 • kwisfi nTiirSciKriin PAGE 13 B 'Nachas" For Rabbi Zvi • the pride which n 'dutiful children adthc world—holds a relace in the hearts of farywhere. Significantly 'means bore in bitter pact of Rabbi Zvi lost unpast. Were but a single ed the tired aged rabbi a t 7,'i in Tel Aviv two might well have s last with the fullest |of "nachas" and hapijore could any parent lughter the leader of a ii riul. a virtual monfrom the povertyIs'.:! i'ts of a European fact which tipped the Irwhelmingly in the opfcction and cruelly lintorment the little rabbi moments was the real|at his daughter was no "good girl" he had I ago when as a [beautiful child her un(itthirst for poetry gave ft of a luture fanatic power. illage folk in Romania little girl Ana was a kocent little thing. Many is "Talmudim" remema .sometimes shy, ever girl of 17 who in a neighborhood Her ability to master she spoke more than in her teens—amazed then, in his final Zvi, too, chose to his now-renounced in a somewhat similar |ly light and not as the woman dictator of Ro}ot as Ana Pauker, high executioner of snts which woven toa shy, brilli'.v ti acher, daughter of 1 rabbi, into a cunning, roman capable of heartiraying her husband and Ei of her three children ninunist firing squad are Dwn to the swaggering Irself. Surely no few jrords or facts could truly lcl to adequately probe the emotional depths leading to her conversion and steady rise in Red circles. But sometime before 1921 and her formal baptism to Communism Rabbi Rabinsohn's girl changed. First her name, then her manner. Her maiden name was retained, but a crisp sharp "Pauker" replaced the softersounding "Rabinsohn." Her shyness, too, fell or was brushed aside as Ana rushed to embrace the Communist idol. The little girl who once patiently helped village tots master the "Aleph-Beth" now impatiently tugged at the emotions of large, restless audiences in the squares of a chaotic post-World War I Bucharest urging violation. The gap between Ana and her family had widened somewhat when in 1921 she broke with all she had learned in her father's home and formally joined the Communist Party. In less than a year a hardened Ana Pauker made her impact felt and was elevated to membership in the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party. Her rise to power was underway. In ensuing years, Reb Rabinsohn was to read little mentions here and there of his daughter's "rise." A few paragraphs in a Bucharest paper told of her being wounded twice in a skirmish with police; another of Ana's sudden "disappearance" from the local street corners where her booming voice and overpowering personality provided a ready showcase for Communist propaganda. What Rabbi Rabinsohn and his wife didn't know was that Ana had "disappeared" to engage in Communist underground activity. For almost 15 years, except for occasional appearances. Ana Pauker remained in the hidden cellar meeting rooms of the Communist hideaways carefully charting the Party's Machiavellian-like rise to power. By 1941, on the eve of America's entry into World War II, Ana had gained fame as a minor heroine of the Communists. That reputation joined with increasing activity on the part of the Romanian comrades had earned her two prison sentences. She was in the midst of completing a six-year prison term with another four years of dismal cell life awaiting her when fate stepped in to add its bit to the life of Ana Pauker. "Fate" was to come in the person of hated dictator Jon Antonescu. the Romanian darling of the Nazi Party, whose Romanian legions were engaged in warfare with Russia. Antonescu was dickering with the Russians over the release of captured Romanian non-Communists. An aide brought a lengthy list of Romanian Communists who might be used in the trade. As he shuffled through the list, the dictator's eye focussed on one name. "Let them have Ana Pauker," Antonescu snorted, adding as an afterthought, "she's only a woman." The "woman" ordered his death before a firing squad several years later. With the war's end, Ana Pauker fceld an even more firm grip in Communist circles. And to all of this she chose to add the highly dubious distinction of i becoming a self-made widow. ; During her years in the party she had met and married an avid. liberal who tragically chose to embrace Communism as a form of advancing the concept of a "better world." There were three children. But when her husband could no longer stomach Moscow's narrow line, Ana turned him over to the dreaded secret Communist police for the sin of Trotskyism. As a "deviationist" the man was executed. Meanwhile as Rabbi Rabinsohn, his wife, and their son. j Solomon, miraculously escaped i the Nazi gas chambers, they felt | again the whip of persecution i and oppression, this time wielded in the hands of the Communists. I ; No longer persecuted as Jews, ; the Rabinsohn's and the rest of I Romania's Jews were being : labeled "petty bourgeois." They I felt much the same treatment as < in the early days of the Nazis. Only on rare occasions did | Rabbi Robinsohn see or perhaps I choose to see Ana. Once on a ; visit to her tightly-guarded ; palace to plead the case for some unfortunate Romanian Jews, Rabbi Rabinsohn was offered coffee and cake. "How dare you serve me hot coffee and cake on the Sabbath," the Rabbi was reported to have shouted at his daughter, totally disregarding the fact that at her mere whim any one or number of her 16,000,000 subjects faced death or imprisonment. Ana arose and led her pious father to the kitchen where she I showed him that the coffee was j heated on an electric percolator. No match had been struck to violate the Sabbath, she contended. Nevertheless, Rabbi Rabinsohn stormed out of the palace calling (Continued on Page 15 B ) HOLIDAY GREETINGS JAMES P. STUART MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER raham Building Phone 9-5661 O ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER V NASH MIAMI MOTORS, INC. L E. 15th Street Miami. Florida Phone 9-2626 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ALLIED CONSTRUCTION CO. "NO JOB TOO LARGE" Lincoln Road Miami Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS BARR AND BARR PLUMBERS E. 2nd Street Hi ,eah PHONE 88-2818 HAVANA VIA PLANE VIA SS. FLORIDA TOURS AT LOWEST RATES Apgar Travel Agency 100 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 82-6476 Phone 48-2194 "Known For The Best" JONESY-S IVMHi; LH.II B RESTAI RANT "An ATMOSPHERE OF HOME" "In the Heart oj Coconut Grove" RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES 3131 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove Miami 33. Fla. GREETINGS Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Evenings by Appointment Ph. 7-7977 Help Yourself to Beauty! IRW1N S BEAUTY SALON 652 N.E. 125th Street North Miami. Florida WEST i:\ SCHOOL EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL Nursery thru 8th Grade for Resident and Day Students 1438 Lincoln Road Phone 5-5116 GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN, President IKr.-i III l< f i Equipment & Supply Co. INCORPORATED 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels, Restaurants and Clubs SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM Olll Lies METAL SHOP 1329 N.W. 74th Street Phone 78-4551 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE W. F. BLANTON .11 r. and II rs. Max Itosenbaum PRESCRIPTION CENTER 1527 Washington Avenue WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS A HAPPY PASSOVER KEYSTONE RESTAURANT $175 1 "Home ef Well Balanced Meals" FULL COURSE DINNERS from J1 Fresh Shrimp Cocktail BROILED FILET MIGNON Mushroom Sauce, Two Vegetables. Potatoes Strawberry Shortcake, Beverage Take Busses 2-4-14 • Served from 4:30 to 8 P.M. 6234 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-9549 $175 1 GREETINGS Victor Ridone Restaurant FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE 1334 18th Street Reservations Call 5-9169 Sincere V/ishes For %  %  %  1 o 1 fnlo %  ia us. ( ) H on. %  >• mo % %  A HAPPY PASSO\EK Seven-Up Bottling Co. of Miami. Inc. SHERMAN J. TOBIN AND FAMILY"



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PAGE 12 A rJenUfi florid for FRDAY % %  • •. %  •• **V % %  I N • s • \ S %  • I %  Passover Select Approved and Low-Priced Passover fooi USE THIS LIST TO PLAN YOUR ORDER Horowitz Kngaretea MtucbJ Rclceach brcr.c; wt\ MATZOHS AND NOODLES : BAKED GOODS 12 oz. H 8 M Matzohs 5 lb. H & M Matzohs 5 lb. Rokeach Matzohs 12 oz. H & M Whole Wheat Matzohs 12oz.H&M Egg Matzohs 1 lb. H & M Matzoh Meal llb.H&MFarfel 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 15 oz. H & M Plain Macaroons 15 oz. H & M Chocolate Macaroons 6 1 2 oz. H & M Choc. Coated Egg Macaroons VARIOUS Qts. Rokeach Borscht Qf s. Rokeach Prune Juke Large Nyafat 16 oz, Rokeach Gefitle Fish Tumbler Candl es Household Candles ~~ PRESERVES 8 oz. Rokeach Honey 12 oz. Rokeach Strawberry Pres< 12 oz. Rokeach Grape Preserves • %  CANDY Borden's Coffee Maxwell House Coffee Lipton's Tea Qts. Cort's Beverages, Asstd. Flavors Manischewitz Wines L'chayim Wines Streits Hard Candy Elite Milk Choc Bars Elite Raspberry Cream Chocolate Elite Strawberry Cream Chocolate Elite Bittersweet Choc Ban SOAPS & CLEANSERS SU6AR Rokeach Asstd. Soap Brillo Asstd. Soap Rokeach Scouring Powder 5 lb. Domino Kosher Sugar 2 lb. Domino Tablet Sugar SALT Kosher Salt • • Sour Salt AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES



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PAGE 8 C +Je*isti flbi&MtVl FRIDAY APR!, LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES 1263 West Filler Street 1753 Northeast Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Bird.. Coral Cablet WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IliVluV IMuiiibiiig .Supply. Inc. NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES 2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone 9-2641 Miami. Fla. THE LEVIN FAMILY TO ALL GREETINGS PHONE 3-3663 LAWRENCE LIMBER (O. F. H. A. FINANCING 663 N. W. 14:h Street Miami 1. Florida GREETINGS nriiJ Gables Pottery Shop %  2931 Cora] Way p hone 4 g. 3055 N'GS ACME PRODUCE J. MUMCHICK & H. DIAMOND, Props. 867 Biscayne Street Miami Beach TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. SERVICE PHONE 78-5571 <-61 N. E. 73rd Street Miami II. L. ROBERTSON Miami, Fla. PLUMBING PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" 3148 Coral Way TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 N.W. Lejeune Road PHONE 88-4653 Miami L I L L I A N H I B R A N T s" 41st Strvvt Flower Shon 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre PhSn. 5S 7M1 FLORAL FASHION IS T In Complete Wedding Service cwi^ 9 J. ecorating Priva, e Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER Bade Refrigerating CoIne. REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT 1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street. Miami, Florida Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036 Livesay Window Co.. Ine. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lune PHONE 4-2503 WE WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS AND A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER PATROL CONCORD CAFETERIA "The Best ol Reasonable rW 1921 Collins Avenue BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th Street Phone 7-0314 Hopkins-Carter Hardware | 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 Israel's Currency Requirements By ADA OREN TEL AVIVIsrai '.'rec. ntinui to • ply thai : poui • %  Is I 947, t asS %  • had • h Natary of the U.S. Exi Nested %  %  • nt thai lebl tioi n .' itly. the Isi tation curI at slightl; I illegally % %  immigrants, in %  iccumulation : nsiderable i Aril] n i thod is landing of the th a currency own an permitted transfer it ii lly. No II wed ixnst luxury exports or in apitai ncluded bv pavI e partly in ex> %  '• ish funds frozen in intrj ningare • consumption al%  'the • r irse of 1950 UI : '"' essful xporN n inl i • %  • %  ii as • b. ch can pay us in basic foods %  tei iala worth more thi parts cost us in the U.S. Many < xporters require sub< ither allotted directly on basis of net currency earnI by pi : a to sell lucts on the I ket for h Ex] I industries have on available raw mails, but thi' '.:< neral supply situ n foi es them to obMayor Turk Builds B %  ; :' "wn mm Afl %  h del %  i ent in the Ma 1 ters m|| em %  '. n abroid I. e MIAMI BEACH (AJP) — A hai %  te repubth s nth .'. 1-will rule ;n %  inter-faith n ntin :..: to build this in bine, skysi i ap< rs and I as Ami ii a's Number One Winti • : turn. He is Harold Turk, the youngest • %  ver to h ffice :n the city of Miami Beach under its present form of government. Originally from New York whiro he attended St. Johns Coland St. Johns Law School. the 35-year-old mayor first came to Miami Beach in June 1937. The following year he married Stella Wahlstadt.r Within a month after his marriage he was admitted to the practice of law in the state of Florida. Always active and interested in civic undertakings, the young lawyer became councilman of the city of Miami Beach in May. 1947. Hi held that post for more than two years and in the election of 1949 received the highest number Of votes of all 23 candidates. He -• %  :• < :. d by other members of the council to serve as mayor. Active in B'nai B'rith since the year of his arrival in Miami %  ludnfj ... She) 11 %  • % % %  .: inized .M : B'nai B'ris d more for threej the ; represent^ • of F .'. S tern states. May. Turk also : the HilU Council of Greater P thn • %  He : ::ap< best-h^ : lent ol ti State his devotifl cauf Inti r-.Vnerica [nh years asi I and may r, he has recB awardfi m the peopli America Thi n me of Harold' becom %  synonymoa good-w ill m ovemen! North and South AM time whi n solidarity I ( the utmost a Soon after taking. .councilman, Mayor not,of M location as a gateway" America He immediate work • ttei relation 1> TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER To Jewry Everywhere "RICHAHD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BISCAYNE FBOBTTil Y K I L E S FINE SHOE REPAIRING Shoes Dyed Any Color QUICK SERVICE 1743 Coral Way Phone 4 567? OUR COMPANY WISHES TO EXTEND TO ALLi JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY PACKARD MIAMI CO. 1700 N.E. SECOND AVENUE pH



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IPRIL 20. 1951 %  kwialh FhridHar) PAGE 13 C LL GREETINGS Bash • %  billing Co. [T T. BUSH lONOGRAPHS |,W. 29th Street Mione 3-4623 HAPPY HOLIDAY llONAL TITLE COMPANY and SSOCIATES and MRS. [ SILVERMAN and the ER PAINT J)MPANY %  W. FIRST STREET (H OOLLINS AVENUE ^Miami Beach ffchw* A Their Patrons id Friends a >PY PASSOVER &ANCE FOR ALL ;iAL & INDUSTRIAL 5UIREMENTS lone 3-5761 5. E. 8th Street )N'S GREETINGS TO ALL %  JACK HERMAN PRODUCE [COMPANY |. W. 13th Avenue hone 2-5197 >N'S GREETINGS AND MRS. IEPH URAM •facturing Jeweler %  • E. First Avenue pone 2-2772 IL ORDER WORK ag and Rebuilding 1 All Jewelry |REETINGS I* Fleeman i Benefit Health and faent Association fed Benefit Life nsurance Co. nerican Bank Bldg. I^IAMI. FLA. Prejudice RABBI C. E. HILLEL KAUVAR (Editor's note: The author of this article, Dr. Kauvar is one of the best known rabbis in the country, particularly in the West and Southwest. He is Professor o/ Rabbinic Literature at the University of Denver.) In these days, the American public is prejudice-conscious. The President's Commission on Civil Rights has focused national attention on the injustice that is being perpetrated on minority groups. Prejudice may be defined as "a mental decision based on other grounds than reason or justice." It is a disease hard to diagnose since it resembles an imaginary illness that only a skillful physician can detect Recently the Advertising Council of America issued a twenty question test, so that every inI dividual who answered the quesj tions might be able to take the measure of his own tolerance, or his own bigotry. The twenty questions may be summed up in this one test: Have you a single or a double standard of measurement for your own ethnic, racial, religious, economic, cultural or political group, and for those of other groups? If you do not have the same law and the same judgment for all groups equally,— then you are prejudiced. There are various grades in prejudice: the harmless kind, such as prejudice against the color of wallpaper, or the dislike of certain foods; and the dangerous prejudices that have a devastating effect upon our fellowmen. The ] ievil effects of prejudice may be noted, (1) upon the victim; (2)1 upon the people who hold the prejudice; (3) upon society as a | whole. Prejudice affects the whole life of its victim. It often forces him j to live amidst squalor and disease, and denies him the opportunity to earn a livelihood. Prejudice may be a pin-prick of social discrimination, or a sword-thrust of economic boycott, or a political disability allowing a minority group only the status of second-class citizenship; or it may go so far as to become sadistic hate that results in genocide, or mass-murder. People who harbor prejudices and hatred are usually those who are obsessed by fear and insecurity. Anger is a passion that consumes, and bigotry blinds us to the truth, makes us deaf to reason, and stunts the growth of our personality. The prejudiced man reverts to the state of an irresponsible child, or to that of a savage. His circle is limited. He loses all the richness that comes from contacts with other people. Instead of feeling at one with his fellow-men, he is unreasonably suspicious of them. He marks a step backward in the development of humanity; and hatred and narrowness replace love and expasion. The effect of prejudice upon society as a whole is evil, for society depends for its continuance, on the cooperation of its members. Tensions and hostilities due to prejudices between different groups in a community, prevent it from making progress; development and progress can come only through cooperation, not through strife. If peoples will not work together, they will be exploited against each other with the result that the standard of living will be reduced, and the moral standard will be lowered. People of every race and nationality have contributed to the richness of our civilization, and if minority groups are prevented from making this contribution, we are denied the personal richness that comes from the mingling of peoples. We may speak of this malady of prejudice as repudiation of religion, for religion preaches love and justice, and not hate and slander. The Bible proclaims one law and one justice for the stranger and sojourner alike. Prejudice might even be called a betrayal of Democracy, when it denies any man his inalienable human rights, because of the difference of race, creed, or color. The dangers of prejudice may be summarized as follows: It rouses the worst instincts within us, and thus hurts the perpetrator; the victim of prejudice may (Continued on Page 15 C) BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER SHAW BROS OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors of Pure OU Company Products in SouthEastern Florida HAPPY HOLIDAY McAllister Flowers "Say H with Flowers But Say It with Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER John SIIIM'V AND COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE 3-2671 S. II. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. MAX AND BEN HIMMEL'S Ball and Chain BAR — RESTAURANT AND PACKAGE STORE Reasonable Prices OPEN UNTIL 5 A.M. 1513 S. W. 8th St (Opposite Tower Theater) Up-xo-Daie Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41H St Ph. 5-6441 Old Friend Of Ours By ALFRED SEGAL Passover being at hand, I made a point of looking up niv old. st and most esteemed friend Elijah, as I have done at this season in other years. I have known him since I was six years old. When I was at that age my father conferred upon me the honor of opening our front door on Eighth St. to Elijah at our Seder. He said, "Now has come the moment when we let into our house that great and good man." I remember how important I felt as I flung open the door "Come right in. Elijah," I said as loud as I could. I was very sure of Elijah promptly entering our dining room and taking a seat that was reserved for him in front of the large-size glass of wine. That was < a time of my life when I was! believing faithfully in things unseen. The reality of Elijah was; definite and certain. I knew him las a very old man with a long beard that fell to his knees. His back was bent just like the back of ancient Mr. Saltzman, who lived next door and who was rer : puted to be 150 years old among us children. I must confess that even in these my ripe years I keep on believing implicitly in Elijah, just as when I was six. To psychologists this may suggest an immature mind that hasn't grown up much in all the years, and that's all right with me. Only now I know Elijah as a young-looking man not at all like Mr. Saltzman who practically was dead long before the time came to bury him. Elijah, as I know him. goes his devoted way with eager steps like any young salesman calling on a big pros' pect. He is that alert, just as if he hadn't been walking the earth these thousands of years, as if he hadn't been a guest at every Seder since the beginning of Seders. I believe in him in the function that my father long ago describi ed. He said Elijah was the prophet : of peace and justice in the world. I Elijah, he said, would keep on ; traveling all over the earth until peace and justice were safe in I the world for good. Then bells | would ring all around the earth and by that Elijah would know 1 that his job was finished and he could rest after all the years. My father said: "We invite Elijah into the house to show that we are his good friends, that we want the same things he does: Peace and justice. Peace and justice are the greatest of all the things in the world. We understand that from our Torah." So, knowing Elijah as well as I do, I had no trouble in finding him when I fared forth to exchange with him the greetings of this season. I was on my way to look him up in our Jewish suburb when by chance I came upon my friend Mr. Atkinson who is Episcopalian, a vestryman, in fact, in St. Edmund Church. I told Mr. Atkinson that, the Jewish Passover being close at hand, I was at the moment looking up Elijah for my columnar purposes "Perhaps you don't know Elijah, Mr. Atkinson?" "I resent that," Mr. Atkinson replied. "Your thoughtless suggestion that I don't know Elijah implies that I am an alien to the idea that he has been promoting. You may as well have said that I don't know Jesus or Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson or Francis of Assisi. Of course, I know Elijah. I know him as one of my friends, as all people know him who love peace and justice. He is a Jew and I an Episcopalian but we are the same kind of guys you might say." There and then I found Elijah on the eve of Seder. I had knocked at Mr. Atkinson's heart and Elijah was there. No need to go any farther. There stood Elijah, looking fresh and vigorous out of i Mr. Akinson's heart. "Gut Yom Tov," I said a bit prematurely since the Passover still was a few days off. "I was on my way to look you up among the Jews but there you were in Mr. Atkinson's heart." Elijah replied: "Oh I live anywhere, in any heart, Jewish or Christian, that will let me have board and lodging. On Pesach I like to go visiting with the Jews especially. That's my recreation. It picks me up to find all the front doors open to me. Yes, I remember your face. You were (Continued on Page 15 C) 'CHARM For Your WINDOWS' ALL TYPES OF CORNICES COVERED OR PAINTED King i oiiipanv "On the Trail" 3473 S. W. 8th STREET Phone 4-6872 TOPS IN CORNICES DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 $ FOLLOW THE CROWD COTTAGES THE COCKALORUM RESTAURANT & BAR OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 A.M. Phone 81-67190 13501 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 38. Florida TO ALL GREETINGS Mrs. V. C. PLUMMER GREETINGS 3801 N.E. 2nd AVE. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Margaret Wilier Beauty Salon 440 41st Street MIAMI BEACH A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA



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PAGE 8 A Third Seder Announced For W. C. Peretz Units At] : will bet %  'eretz S Third Seder Slated At Miami Beach Y \ i adults will %  -Jcn-islrkrkfton /? FRn> AY V w. c. 28 a! -%  %  the tradii : % %  under 1 tion of L ... relent. "• %  v-.:-.: tJ py Morris W eiden r ~ ~ Picn all been rnedman Installs m t adult group* B • o 'XL T i ,: :ne Ft L "' State Park nai I) mil Leaders on Sunday. Apr: 28 All interMilton A. Friedman, f er ,?; '" %  : lend : -.dent of the Florida Fede".: "' : : r : '' the planti n of Bna: B'rith L ad ning • : :ngs on current national youth commis|. uesda v %  :: U> Beach ; ••: :-s:,:::,d officers I I v Fort Lauderdale Lodge on Sundl % %  Apr:: 8. s at I ;-• %  It nl %  .%  as M %  '.' <: : %  g : M am ••• Harry G rdon I %  n %  V "5R-I '& 93 LEGAL NOTICE Seeks Hollywood Office Davi of H tier. A : native. M sen a .%  • n in H ntn • er of 1 • Pyi "•OJ.'CE B> PLBUCATIOV Kiddie Style ShowTo Hio'hlijrht Donor s -• an office. ~ : and stor' of North M mi has \ Integration of the programming and financing of all Jewish leisure-time %  was effected Thursday. April 12. when the Miami Jewish Community C TtL 2*". YM and WHA formally joined the Jewish Centers Association, already co"^', agencies in the suburban areas. Shown signing paper* for the merger are (I to r I M,, executive director of the Miami Jewish Community Center; Gus Jacobson execut*. Jewish Centers Association; Leon Kaplan. JCA president; Julius Samuels, executive A Miami Beach Y: Milton Sirkm. Y president; and Ben Essen, president of the Miam?jS ity Center. The merger grew cut of a survey conducted by the Greater Miami jEh from which these agencies derive the major portion of their operating funds. North Dade (enter BeinoRemodeled dincfel direct! the N Center • •" • %  n ( the cen' A : %  : %  ,'' %  ground %  n of the afand site ] TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER mt .IUK i.oito> IIIIS. H. II. I.OitDOX 1568 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach he tr* Repa ollowi Teachers To Nominate H • v %  : nee on June 18. A meetii ,, a 0 f r !" %  v NOTICE -'. = £= FICTIT NAME _.-. I : %  %  %  4 .A Deigacrd <£ Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES S'GS TAMIAMI CYCLE s w A HAPPY PASSOVER TO MY FRIENDS & AGQVA LOriS SIIAFKI.X Your Candidate for MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL ;.; N N0T j£S 0F l"TtNTION -o VAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL ,.., DISCMARGE IN STT JUDGE'S R £ :RT .;P.A _. N I • %  .-• %  .. %  %  %  • -• %  -• • %  %  ..:;-. .-.;. of ir SEJ M \v MALEX -.tor A MOST HAPFY PASSOVER Thrall Insurance Agency GENERAL INSURANCE FLORIDA INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS 213 Aragon Ave. Coral Gable* Phone 83-4691 GREETINGS S. E. "DOC" SPAULDING WILDCAT PHARMACY 5705 S. W. 8th Street Prescription Pharmacists Phone 87-4550 TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVEB MIAMI III vrii ATHLETIC CU TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A HAPPY PASSOVER MEYER "MIKE FAUST GOLUB 327 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER R. S. "Bob" Thornton TIIOK\TO\ .MOTORS BUY SELL TRADE 1260 N. W. 36th SL Pno" PASSOVER GREETINGS DOLIVA'S Bought Sold and Traded Used Restau rant, Hotel. Kitchen an d Bar Equipment SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL KMtfTROMX CORPORATION 1800 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 3-8464 GREETINGS GEO. J. BERGER S. W. pth AMOU, SERVICE STATION Excellent Service Pho*' PHONE FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE Allied Concrete Products, I 2800 S. W. 3 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida 'O'-.e Block Sonh of D-.x-.e H-gW> FRANK S. WUELKER. President



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PAGE 6 D • Jenisfitlcridlinri w. E5IBAY.APR! I .'alrs Olisi>r\ 70111 llirf hil f Flornes\ tile. Ki nneth, a freshman at the irculation manager "Orange Peel." the school a member ol nion Social Board, a • the Messiah chorus, chairthe "Club Rendezvous" mber of Tau EpsiK>n Phi Ask Rabbi Mann On Radio • • %  in will %  • unced • v. i TO ALL GREETINGS "We serve Greater Miami" RED TOP CAB 6, BAGGAGE COMPANY Ride in Safety—Comlort "We are as close as your phone 3-3131" 44 S.W. 3rd St. Miami Your Groepr for Sunshine Sweets S ugar All 5 Lb. Packages Packed under Si upervision of Rabbi Mose<* Mescheloff, Director BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS 100% Pure Sugar Use it for Passover as well as every day of the year Distributed by Green Bros.. Inc. Miami, Fla. THI IEST IN KOSHER MOOS Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach I'lnnning a Party? Party Knishes Sandwiches Decorated Buffet Platters noast Turkeys Stufled Derma Roast Broilers Retail Delicatessen Cocktail Franks Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers ol Distinction n for All Orc d5 ,or.s NO PARTY TOO SMALL J^TTAlRjoo LARGE ASK FOR BORIS Special Attention to Hotels and Organizations Passover Greetings to Our Customers and F Friends DIXIE TIRE re W*r MIAMI MI AM I BEACrT* • Five Convenient Neighborhood Stores to S Call 2-6133 P.VI..QH or TMC QDN COM.,K. Announces that the products bearing the following endorsement 5 f^Sn'n Jivifto itnjftima w\ >wr 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, take* personal care of the order of Kashruth Mashgichim axe 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 STOtf Phone 7-1611 MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO.



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PAGE 14 C L-toij.Blfkirkii!Jiir_ FRIDAY TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GREG6 SERVICE AAA 1600 Alton Road Phone 5-9940 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM" poLAit MI: CREAM ro.. I.V. 2120 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 9-4881 •lOIICK & Noil AUTHORIZED THERMO-KING SERVICE 24-Hour Service 9-0302 — PHONES — 82-3305 1299 N. W. 23rd STREET Office and Parts House 1281 N. W. 29th STREET TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DENMARK'S CAST STONE COMPANY Structural—Ornamental Modtrn Mantel*—Garage Grills—Garden Seta—Pottery Stone—Plaster 12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-M24 SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC. SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM Extends to All Their Jewish Friends SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS "Everything in Plumbing" HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP. HARDWARE. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS. PAINTS Phone 4-0569 854 S. W. 27th Ave. Miami. Fla. ROBERT SCHWEITZER TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER K. B. & H. PLASTERING CO. "Licensed and Insured" 3556 N. W. 32nd Street Phone 88-1359 Floyd H. Burmeister Clyde Kennedy HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. BI'RXS & SON JEWELERS 114 East Flagler Street phone 34154 Lt'.lt'uiu' Service Station' Gas and Oil GENERAL CAR REPAIRS 1790 N. W. 42nd Avenue PHONE 83-3839 FRED DAMRAU. Prop. A Jewish Producer Discusses Hollywood HUMAN %  v it's happened pa 1 on and tion I went | i which is in the hi lures: St ve Broidy. tinguished studio Pictur. well as %  hgious congregations, ium build, with alert blue eyes Broidy has been described Felix Frankfurter, Jack Benny and %  It is m liffi ull to compile a list of contemeal talents. ...... |j is a man of distinction in both his personal and rial life. It would be difficult to say whether Broidy's busird has hem mure distinguished. Sufficient to highly-publicized industry notoriously teeming'with linn eekers, the key to Steve Broidy lies mainly in, the fact that he has nevei sought distinction or acclaim, merely sti iven I r p< • fection. ay, as president oi Monogram studio and its more recently f,,... | %  .-. Allied Artists Productions. Broidy s work, the business ol making good and entertaining motion pictures, comes • before titles and designations. "It is my opinion," says Broidy. "that the motion picture business is neither dying, dead nor buried. It is still very much with us. The movie business is a good business and a sound business. The public likes this type of entertainment best of all types. They like it better than radio, better than television, and it is on a par with the most popular sports as a continual interest. In the modern world motion pictures are a necessity for most of the people, and in that respect it's a commodity like a standard brand of food." Broidy believes that the screen is no longer reaching for maturity people continue to get better entertainment in the theatre than they do at home. With the exception of sport broadcasts, it is comparatively easy for the motion picture to beat television in the story-telling department. Also, no matter what the improvement in television, most people will still want to go out for a good time. "This doesn't mean to say that television is to be dismissed lightly.' explains Broidy. "On the contrary, it offers great possibilities and will improve. But the show's the thing, and the public ; will take good shows in any form. At present it is difficult to see how television can compete with the movies. It is true that recently there have been loudspoken critics about the quality of pictures. But I don't go along with them. Most of the public does not go along either. The pictures today are even better than ever, but they cost i more to keep them up to standard." Broidy believes hat the screen is no longer reaching for maturity in the film masses. The screen public has matured. Hollywood has assurance now that studios no longer need to fear a subject of drama because it requires a thinking response on the part of audiences. Thoughtful pictures, significant pictures, enlightening pictures at last can be made, and producers need only be mindful of the primary responsibility of imparting entertainment to the social substance in order to give them popular appeal. "It is true that 1951 will be a tough and testing year." Broidy on, "politically and economically for the world. America, American business and American movie business. But the film business will weather the '51 storm. But the going will be rugged. the financial rewards will be slimmer because the cost of living s on rising and there is less money left for pleasure. Taxes, quotas and other such things are constantly bringing up new problems to picture makers, and the only way we can attempt ver them is for everybody in Hollywood to realize that we have to work twice as hard as we ever did before." Broidy is of the opinion that with courage, intelligence and hard work Hollywood can make a strong comeback from all the major reverses and perhaps even get to like 1951's toughness! This is the \j|r of crisis,*" Broidy continues. "But these coming nths must be^Fe most creative in the history of the motion picture industry. Only good pictures will convince the public that Hollywood still has plenty to offer in the way of entertainment. more than ever, Hollywood must deal with the most adultiences in the history of motion pictures. Not only are -as more show-wise but they are also more value-wise. shopping for entertainment. That is why creative brains *'mansl essential in the production of movies today." I the appeal of the movies is primarily to the %  made the motion picture business what it = : Still ^11 the turn. What they demand from fl Picture makers and are entitled to ... is pure enrtainment is not meant song and dance routines -ghs alone Th< re is a new conception of entertainment p.ng m screen drama. A movie can provide diversion and at ne time have something to say about life and its problems. If American pictures can ... as I have every reason to believe bring some measure of enjoyment, pleasure and relaxation to unions of people, then the motion pictures and the thousands of i le in Hollywood who help to make them, are indeed a potent [i T i futurc happiness of the world." All,H A, U ? ev u Broid v s regime as president of Monogram and thl ct, A T ^n eminently successful, and during this period e *i"t' ha f madc th e greatest forward progress in its history. to Hollywood citizens is the fact that Broidy 'mo*V' : ly a 5 s :i at completed, but plunges immediately into the next one" -iutr?, m,S nce thl davs he flrst entered the business of notion pictures. 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miDAY. APRIL 20, 1951 •VJBH slh ff7'&/rMm/n PAGE 3 C Eban—The Double-Barreled Diplomat By DAVID NUSSBALM VNITED NATIONS. N. Y. ntion. II %  in South A nl Zionist family, I youi ; Eb : in Engli ii d in all asmovement and involved him %  ish figure. Reqm I 1 :i and non-Ji ,' OcTober JewiVhTeaders met Sfftafir^iJS hington, ft C, for a Naembassy at a rate ou ;:; %  5?WSSaafi ft-, the momentous conference .,.... „....',,. .. ,,, ts iniversity oceeded, time begfin to run I" !" .,^ r ?.. ot _f L l i}? same *•"• studies them id some scheduled speechlaking was eliminated. minute, however, as :e was drawing ,.,, decided to go through wnni on spoaking engagements, speech by Abba Eban. Israel's, -,,•,£ Lmbassador to the United States '.. Th f e p '^ ure ls the same in Israel chief United Nations delegate. | %  •• whenever he returns on he is nailed for he spoke, even before English. Scholarship and cultural interests have remained the primary concern of this rising diplomatic Eban was virtually unprepared. „ \ B irtly before he addressed the I speeches and draws large crowds, star, and he can speak as knowlaudience, he scribbled a few ^ a n has been on assignment outedgeably and ably on cultural Ltes—words, phrases and an oc-i s ldt the country over so long a subjects as on world affairs befcsional sentence—on a scrap oi ; Period of time now that in Israel fore a I'nited Nations committee. It would be unfair to comthere is a tendency to consider Steeped in the classical Zionist ba'-c Eban's subsequent performI !" m as "coming from the outside." tradition, there is nothing of the knee with that of Abraham LinUenc e, he makes an especial lmpolitician in Eban, according to his pact on Israeli audiences because intimates, nor would his future of the lawlessness of his Hebrew, lie in such a direction. He is one Eban is, in fact, a master of the of the few in Israel prominent in rhetorical art not only in the public affairs on whom it is imfcould be imagined on this historynaking occasion. The hastily-prepared speech brilliantly summed up the Achievements of Israel — "the country speaks to you with the (cccnt of triumph" — pinpointed lie objectives of the conference tnd their significance—"the political and military victories are provisional in character. They are not irrevocable. They stand to be ratified by financial success"— ftnd eloquently sought to rouse his listeners to great efforts — "it would be extraordinary indeed if an event which has so impressed Itself upon the general historical conscience of our generation were |o leave a single Jew impassive or unmoved." "His mind turns toward essentials rather than issues, reponds to the broad rather than the narrow," is the way one of his associates describes his mental bent. One of the major draw-backs to Eban's hectic dual assignment and the faculties that make him capable of handling it is a poor ability to relax. With the demands of appointments and conferences, the preparing of memoranda and the speechifying, the doublebarreled diplomat frequently works into the wee morning fcoln, who scratched out an hisoric address on the train carry%  m him to Gettysburg. But it is matter of record that the Israeli ,, liplomat electrified as prominent' ^ ln 8 s English but in two other possible to hang a party label. It in American Jewish gathering as ; t" n 8" e s as u w ell which is some-| is the social aspects of nationI thing he has over Churchill. In building that is his keenest inaddition to Hebrew, Eban is capai terest in the great Jewish exble of wowing an audience of periment now going on; his poliArabs in their native idiom. His I tical outlook is the general liberal Arabic, indeed, is superior to most philosophy, with a sharp sense of Arabs, since he is equally fluent human and social values, inin both the literary and vernacuj herited from his Zionist backlar forms of the language, which I ground. It is difficult to stir him are quite disparate. to consideration of purely tactical Once during the last war when issues or maneuvers. Major Eban, then no more than 28 years old, was a British intelligence officer in the Middle East, he fell into a discussion of the conglomeration of minorities in the area. An enterprising newsman proudly announced that he had uncovered some dozen minority groups in Syria alone. The major contemplated a moment, silently counted off on his fingers and then for the benefit of his The extemporaneous sentences | listeners reeled off a list of 33 lilted and sang. Despite the almost %  sects and nationalities in the MidImpromptu nature of the address,' dle East comp i e te with a thumbeach verb and adjective rang with najl descri ption of each. precision and evocative power. In Associates of the ambassador I hours. He is on the go almost conts whole it pulled every thread %  wno knew him in nis formative : stantly and even in moments I ier, struck home at the esycars display no astonishment at'away from the harrowing routine ils of the problem and left their colleague's newly gained of his assignment he usually has le conferees keyed up for action.' eminence in this line. They can't something on his mind. He has remember a time when he did had to dispense almost entirely not shine with forensic talent, with his long and active interests One of them recalls a Hebrew in sports. cultural exhibit in London. "Eban But ask his friends how he is could have been no more than i able to submit to such a hammer16 or 17 at the time." he recoling schedule without damage and lects. "But he was one of the the answer is always the same: Indeed, speech-making— bright boys of English Zionism, "O he, he's young. He can take it!' presentation of a case, the I and he gave a speech to an as" Dossing of an argument or apI semblage of Zionist intellectuals 3'.il. the analysis and communica-' a t the exhibit. His polished Helion of a situation—is for Israel's brew expressions, the perfect post famous diplomat an artistic grasp of the language made a ession. Whether others give terrific impression." vent to poetry or other outpourI Meanwhile, Eban was making lings, Eban composes memoranda himself a campus figure at Camland orations which glitter and' bridge University as one of the incandesce and even, at times, ex, shining lights of the Cambridge Iplode with the illumination and I Union. 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