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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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
JLUME 25Number 15
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1952
PRICE: $1.00
lermansReject IsraelClamJJ^^g--*,,,
if Billion; Talks Suspended
MF HAGUE (JTA) The i Nazism now reside in Israel. They
^an-Israeli reparations talks I asked for a breakdown as to what
? suspended on Tuesday fol- countries they came from and
bfni a statement by the Ger- when. In addition, they wanted to
t delationthat it had ex- i know exactly how much it cost to
bed the Israeli claim for one I receive each immigrant.
linn dollars from Western Ger- i This discussion was continued
nv and had found justification I further meetings as the Ger- charge that world Zionism seeks
m..to achieve the migration of Amer-
Attack Zionism
At National Talk
WASHINGTON, (JTA)
The
I only S750.0O0.0OO. even as an rnans asked for figures on the
gepta'bk- formula in relation to number of immigrants and the
| London conference on Ger-I cost of rehabilitating each Nazi
[nv's external debts to the Ger- victim in Israel. "We are clearing
up many important points and are
making headway." the Israeli
spokesman said. The German del-
egates told reporters that the at-
mosphere at the discussions was
Ir.-Israel discussions here had
fen reportedly reached,
fhe announcement was made.
declared, to counteract unoffi-
. statements that this issue.
Cling with Germany's capacity j "very good.
[paw was being passed over. | Sympathetic Attitude
lou can quote me as saying that The attitude of the German
j v-ave reached a formula on the delegation here toward the claim
jnd.n conference which is sat-I of S500.000.000 presented by the
factory but which cannot yet be j delegates representing the Con-
Tide public." the Israeli spokes- ference or. Jewish Material
fcn said Claims Against Germany was re-
in two delegations, he said, ported as being "friendly and
still at work on various points sympathetic.'
uiring clarification. During re- The German delegates declar-
lions meeting between the Ger- ed that they would set up a sub-
in and Israeli negotiators, it I committee to study the details of
is learned, the Israeli delega- the claim. Joint sub-committees
an stated categorically that may be set up by both delega-
te was no relationship between (tions within the next few days to
Tael's global claims and the de- study individual phases of the
jnds being made by the Confer- ciaim and thus expedite a deci-
ice on Jewish Material Claims j sion, it was indicated,
tainst Germany. It was an- I Moses ^. Leavitt. head of the
that the German and conference delegation, told a
taeli delegations had agreed press conference that his delega-
tet Israel's claim was not prej- lion takes the position that Ger-
l,^i..i *,. or,,- '.l n-irl nril claims __.. -.. u ..-.r... ) tr, mate
to anv individual claims
many must bs
ican Jewish youth to Israel
through slanted text books in re-
ligious schools was made here
by Lessing J. Rosenwald, presi-
dent of the American Council for
Judaism, in his annual report to
the national conference of the
organization.
Rosenwald asserted that the
textbooks used in Jewish relig-
ious schools in this country
"were saturated with separat-
ism." He said that the Council, in
addition to analyzing such relig-
ious school texts and urging their
banishment from schools profess-
ing to give religious education,
is also "well embarked upon a
program of sponsorirg the crea-
tion of acceptable religious texts,
free of nationalist bias."
The leader of the American
Council for Judaism also reported
that the major portion of funds
collected bv the United Jewish
Appeal "is at the disposal of the
World Zionist Organization." He
said that all the fund-raising ef-
forts for Israel in the United
States "impose upon American
Jews the fullest possible burden
of Israel's national financial ob-
Major Jewish organizations
last week made it clear that they
considered unsatisfactory the ex-
planation of Secretary of the
Army Frank Pace, Jr., regarding
discrimination against Jewish
workers by Army contractors in
recruiting labor for military con-
struction projects in Saudi Ara-
bia.
Pace had stated that neither the
Army nor its contractors practised
discrimination but that it avoided
hiring Jewish workers for the
Saudi Arabian project because
Saudi Arabia refused to grant
visas to Jews.
Earlier, upon the request of the
same Jewish organizations. Presi-
dent Truman's recently created
Committee on Govcujmcnt Con-
tract Compliance had launched an
investigation of the matter. The
discrimination was first revealed
in testimany before the Senate
Preparedness Committee be Dep-
uty Chief of Army Engineers
Major General G. L. Nold.
Last week, the Jewish groups,
including the American Jewish
Veterans of the United States and
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, through the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council, wrote to Dwight R. G.
Palmer, chairman of the Commit-
tee on Government Contract
Compliance.
"We take note." they said, "of
the statement of Honorable Frank
Pace, Jr., Secretary of the Army,
that contractors recruiting work-
ers in this country for military
construction in North Africa have
conformed to the policies laid
down by President Truman bar-
ring discrimination based on
race, creed, color or national orig-
in the recruitment of such
workers.
"We also note however, that
contractors are. in fact, discrimin-
ating against workers of Jewish
faith in recruiting for military
construction in Saudi Arabia. Al-
though the contractors assert that
they are doing so contrary to their
own wishes, and solely because
Jews are refused visas for entry
into Saudi-Arabia by officials of
&&&m ss
League of B'nai B'rith, Jewish
Labor Committee, Jewish War
mi,.i id any Hiuiviuuoi ,..,....-. many must oe wining <-u "">'
lade i>\ citizens of Israel. This sacrifices to meet in full the Jew-
%r> ment will be incorporated.^ ciajlr,s fjr restitution and in-
osition that uer- of Israels national rinanciai uu-
willing to make Hgations." He urged the delegates
p.-ii .L- t-... ... ._____:____ i. ... ',, trio
[the final draft.
at "Dr. Frohwein (the Ger-
iiin\ spokesman] has said to me
t he told reporters his delega-
bn expects to discuss actual
i i fore Easter."
I delegation representing the
pi rence on Jewish Material
s against Germany reported
day that its sub-comm
few been engaged in a poi
lint discussion since last Thur
iy of the Conference statement.
1 sub-committees are
rafting a joint report outlining
pints of agreement and disagree-
icnt for submission to a plenary'
fssion of the parley.
Ask For Figures
Mi ;.nwhile. triangular talks I
I'twecn the West German dele-
ption and delegations represent-
ig the State of Israel and the
Conference on Jewish Material
llaims Against Grmany made
leadway as the talks got down to
'radical problems and detailed
liscussion of the Israel and Jew-
h claims against Germany.
The stage for give and take dis-
tission was prepared when the
German delegation clarified its
ipening statement indicating that
3erman action on the Israeli
tlaims was related to the work of
.re London conference on Ger-
any's pre-war external debts,
he discussions were thus able to
iroceed on the basis of the Is-
aeli and Jewish claims without
onsideration of Germany's ca-
acity to pay.
The Israeli delegation put for-
ward claims of one billion dollars
'gainst the West German Repub-
Wji and the Conference delegation
Resented its claim for $500,000,-
'00 payable within five years.
An Israeli delegation spokes-
pan said this week he felt the
parley Was "well on its way" and
offered his personal impression
phat the Germans were tackling it
with good wilL
I The Germans asked the Is-
raelis how they arrived at their
fsumate that 500,000 victims of
ut;itH>i-.-. *v- ~. o--------------- ~
-to alert" American Jews -to the
degree to which they have been
demnit'ication. The Conference sucked into this foreign, politi-
cal maelstrom while they imagin-
ed they were supporting needy
jo-religionists."
Rabbi Elmer Berger, executive
director of the organization, told
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Referring to reports that the delegation, he said, has made that
Ei-man delegation had no pow- clear to the representatives of the
to discuss financial payiue: ts West German Government.
Israel, the_Israeli spokesman Replying to a question on Ger-
many's ability to pay the S500.-
000.000 a.kcd by the Conterence.
Mr. Leavitt said: "The capacity to
pav depends also on trie willing-
' .Continued on Page 4Ai
BeigiB Confers
.With Minister
TEL AVIV (JTA) Menahem
Beigin. leader of the Herut Party,
met Monday with the French
Minister here in connection with
the expulsion from France last
week of four members of the
Herut Party, all of them Israeli
citizens.
Mr. Beigin explained that the
Herut Party has no connection
whatsoever with the mail bombs
sent to Chancellor Konrad Ad-
enauer of West Germany and to
the German delegation at The
tracts in clear violation of Execu-
tive Order 10308."
It seemed to them, the Jewish
organizations asserted, that ac-
ceptance of this Saudi Arabian
policy without objection would be
for the United States "to ac-
quiesce in undemocratic discrim-
ination against American citi-
zens bv a foreign power with
which we are co-operating for the
defense of world democracy."
In their letter, they called at-
tention to a precedent for dealing
with such situations established
during the administration of
President Taft. At that time, they
pointed out, in retaliation against
Russia's refusal to grant visas to
American dtfMM. includinq those
of Jewish faith, the United States
director of the organization, told tre rjerman delegation at The | ebroqated its trade treaty with
the delegates that Zionism and Hague reparations talks with Is- | R ;
i^ont.ral I ------------.?!,.- Th French EJJ jg our belief the letter
. ;an- 11
tarianism which also apply to
Zionism." he said, "include con-
:ol over the press and other
sources of information and almost
ment.
It was learned that in addition
to expelling four Herut members,
the French authorities in Paris
also conducted a thorough search
of Herut headquarters there and
I confiscated some records. The
ssa fcjsHS-sSs ssvAft war hsrssas rss sm
CenterWorkers Picket Organization Offices
^^ V/*/________ u~.-j linos cprtnin executive Dosts,-to make
our -------
stated, "that the government of
the United States, if it is to re-
main true to its basic democratic
principles, must advise the gov-
ernment of Saudi-Arabia that it
will not accept the discrimination
against US citizens practiced by
that counrv in granting visas, and
will insist that Saudi-Arabia ad-
mit those American citizens hired
by our country to work on mili-
tary construction there."
- w i u.-ith Dlans to dismiss some Cen-
Employees of the.Ggfl* "j;|teremployees "despite assurance
, Jewish Community Center
laTe last week indicated through
their Grievance Committee chair-
man. Harry L. Sham-. tha: they
would begin on Sunday to picket
Center offices m their spaie
^Employees subsequently set-up
SfSSff SiSS-2 Washington:
Sid that news of the strike came
0,i?7us0"tatement announcing
the strike Shamis explained that
difficulty ad arisen between em-
b^eliarehBoart was proceeding oxx
8nEST members that there
" bGrneateTdXmi'^eA
Community Center is an out-
growth of the Jewish Centers
Association and was re-organized
under the new name last Novem-
ber to strengthen the broad lines
of JCA's affiliate groups.
Shamis indicated, in amplify-
ing further on the reason for the
current strike, that the decision
to set up picket lines had been
reached as a result of Gale's an-
nounced policy to do away with
w r i Hirtlr II of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
mumty Center ^picket .be Center's office, during b.,r tun.
certain executive posts,-to make
even more stringent requirements
for employment in the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter program, and to retrench in
the lower employee echelons for
the purpose of affecting economy
and unity.
The Executive Board of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center approved last April
3rd the new structure of the or-
ganization as submitted by its
new executive. Gale, and author-
ized him, in consultation with
the Personnel Committee of the
organization, to follow the pol-
icies set down by the agency of
filling those positions outlined in
the new structure. Gale said he
would make use wherever pos-
sible of employees now working
for the organization.
Myers called an emergency
meeting of the Executive Com-
mittee last Tuesday afternoon to
discuss current developments. It
was reliablv reported that the
Board reaffirmed the April 3rd
action and also authorized the
Negotiations Committee to con-
tinue their negotiations for a con-
tract and personnel code.


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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
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iikn A- Zoll has emerged as a participant in a campaign now
uushed by chairman Francis E. Walter of the House Immigra-
kubeommittee to shout down all opposition to his Omnibus Im-
Btion Bill. Mr. Zoll, according to an Anti-Defamation League
is inextricably bound together" with Gerald L. K. Smith,
th P. Kamp, Upton Close and Merwin K. Hart in a drive for
oi life grounded in narrow bigotry and bounded by malev-
nationalism."
[Under Walter1! bill, new Americans or would-be immigrants
\ have been convicted fcy Naii courts of violating Naxi laws
M be automatically barred from the United States; American
lens may be deprived of citizenship, in certain caves, without
[new grounds for denaluraluation and deportation would be
L retroactive to cover all immigrants who have hitherto been
itted to the United States, and other features would be incor-
Jted in the bill which Walter said would "simplify" immgration
rganizntions opposing the Walter Bill include the American
Ji Congress, American Jewish Committee, Anti-Defamation
lie of B'nai B'rith, the National Council of Jewish Women, Jew-
abor Committee, Jewish War Veterans, the National Commun-
lations Advisory Council and many prominent non-Jewish
.oil. whom the ADL has called a "fascist propagandist and sup-
er of Father Coughlin," was invited to a meeting of organisa-
j favoring the Walter Bill. The meeting took place March 18th.
[joined with other participants in a prepared statement which
they were summoned to draft "a declaration condemning the
paign now being waged by.* small group of other organise -
against the Omnibus Immigration and Naturalization Bills."
sentatives of the American Legion Auxiliary, the Disabled
fcrican Veterans and other organisations joined with Zoll in
ling a declaration against "the minority group opposing these
(falter has expressed great concern over the infiltration of sub-
iv.- and has said that his new immgration bill would help curb
nonacp. In fact, Walter is quite well-informed on the subject
fcsc he is vice chairman of the House Committee on Un-Amer-
|Artiviti<\s. Yet Zoll, who is a well-known fellow traveler of
fican fascists, somehow infiltrated the group lobbying on behalf
Hter's immigration bill. Walter said not a word. Neither did
lor Pat McCarran, chairman of the Senate Committee on In-
\ Security, who has cooperated with Walter on immigration
Jrs and introduced a companion bill in the'Senate.
[Displaced Persons Commissioner Harry N. Rosenfield said in
eech on March 3rd: "Don't let's have provisions which could
lit in the exclusion of victims of political, racial or religious
fceculions." He asked how we could now say whether it is or
|ot an offense "if a Jew failed to register under some Nazi
Rosenfield mentioned "new and unreasonable grounds for
prting people" and said that it is undesirable "to deport people
have been law-abiding residents for 50 years.'
Because the Walter-McCarran legislation would perpetuate
|ic and Anglo-Saxon "superiority" in our immigration laws,
nfHd slid that "ten years before Hitler, we wrote Nordic
Jiority into our racist immigration law of 1924." He quoted the
old Ickes as saying: "Under our gerrymandered quota laws
lak> the position that a German immigrant is twice as valuable
J Poll. We assume that he is four times as precious as a Hun-
In, 30 times more worthwhile than a Rumanian ar-.d 100 times
Biiii tran a Filipino." Rosenfield described the immigration
"i ur first American Nuremberg law."
ollowing Commissioner Rosenfield's speech, Walter arose in
l"iis. end lashed out in a rabble-rousing speech attacking Ros-
|ld. Dr. Israel Goldstein, the American Jewish Congress and
p but ex pressed agreement with Representative Clarke Hoff-
an outspokenly anti-Semitic Congressman from Michigan.
linked the opposition to his bill with statements against it
lifted in a Communist periodical.
Metro Division
Plans Meetings
Moving into the final phase of
the Metropolitan Division's door-
to-door campaign, a series of
parlor meetings are being plan-
ned by area chairmen through-
out Dade County within the next
two weeks to spur efforts by
Metropolitan workers to contact
all potential contributors in the
Greater Miami area.
Metropolitan Chairman Fred
Shochet has issued a call to all
majors, captains and workers to
JWV National Commander Returns From
Europe; Sees Nazi Strength Unchecked
Six years of US occupation and the expenditure of billions
of dollars have lailtd to check a reviving and virulent
Nazism in Germany, Paul Ginsberg of Atlanta, Georgia, National
Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, charg-
ed in New York this week on his return from a three-month tour of
19 nations in Europe and Asia.
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Commander Ginsberg left this
country on January 4th. In the
course of his travels he met with
more than 20 world-famous po-
litical and military leaders and
=r .arsiS'.Effis k as*.* *sBSS^-,=-s=v
order to evaluate progress in con-
tacting contributors to the 1952
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Metropolitan Division has
thusfar attained slightly more
than $60,000 or approximately
75% of its goal. Leading area is
Miami Beach with gifts in excess
of $20,000, with the Miami and
Coral Gabies areas in a neck-and-
neck race for a second position
with a total of approximately
$17,000.
Addressing the Greater Miami
radio audience in a broadcast
Sunday on station WQAM, Me-
tropolitan Chairman Shochet
stated: "The annual fund drive of
the Combined Jewish Appeal is
the best means of merging good
will and generosity into a single
effort to help bring life, hope and
freedom to people throughout the
world. This appeal seeks to raise
life dollars to restore hope to all
who are in need providing
emergency relief in Israel, over-
seas and incuring the continued
operation of 40 national and 7
local welfare and health institu-
tions."
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Heading a Fund Executive
Committee for the construction
of the Ashe Administration
Building on the campus of the
University of Miami, Baron de
Hirsch Meyer early this week in-
dicated that gifts exceeding $300.-
000 have encouraged the prospect
that work may be begun on the
project some time this summer.
Meyer's statement came upon
the heels of a previous indication
that the Finance Committee of
the University trustees "will look
with favor upon beginning con-
struction as soon as a total of
$500,000 has been contributed."
Public response in less than
four months has swelled the fund
to its current $300,000 total "and
shows that the people of Miami
want to play their part in cre-
ating stronger and more stable
values by supporting the educa-
tional and business services the
University renders them," the fi-
nancier said.
According to Meyer, a decision
was reached at a meeting of the
Fund Committee to place plaques
on the building's 161 rooms to
honor benefactors who share in
making the building possible.
Drafted by Architects Watson &
Deutschman, plans for the build-
ing, which will memorialize the
University's founder and presi->
dent, show the largest units of |.
offices for the registrar and busi-
ness and finance departments.
citizens and soldiers under arms.
In Germany, Commander Gins-
berg found a widely prevalent
anti-Semitism and an equally ap-
parent hostility towards the Unit-
ed States. The average German
to whom he talked, he reported,
"took the attitude that US econ-
omic aid was coming to Germany
because of 'the destruction caused
by American military forces.'"
Many Germans charged angrily
that the United States was bar-
ring the way to unification of
their country. At the same time,
these Germans welcomed with
enthusiasm the cynical proposal
for East-West unification of Ger-
many advanced by Soviet Russia.
This proposal included a provis-
ion that would permit the Ger-
mans to re-establish a national
army.
In talks with such ranking fig-
ures on the German scene as
High Commissioner John J. Mc-
Cloy and German President The-
odor Heuss, Commander Ginsberg
drew the admission that "there
is a risk involved in the re-arm-
ing of Germany." However, he
also heard the argument that
"there is a greater risk involved
in leaving Germany unarmed,
thereby creating a vacuum that
might serve as an invitation to
Communist aggression."
His own observations, Com-
mander Ginsberg said. had
brought him to the conclusion
that "nothing in the present atti-
tude of the Germans warrants
the immediate rearming of Ger-
many and, in any case, to per-
mit Germany to rearm independ-
ently would be to invite disaster
in Europe."
He based this opinion "not on-
ly on the flourishing Nazi spirit
in Germany, but on the hard fact
that the present government of
western Germany, which has been
nourished by American dollars
and is supposed to have provided
leadership in reorienting the Ger-
man people along democratic
lines, has found it necessary to
staff its foreign service with at
least 134 former Nazi leaders."
In contrast to the rising hos-
tility towards democracy prevail-
ing in Germany, the JWV Com-
mander cited Israel as "an im-
pregnable island of freedom in
one of the world's tensest areas."
Despite the immense challenge
of immigrant absorption and the
struggle of the Israeli people to
develop a greater measure of ec-
onomic self-sufficiency, he said,
Israel is firmly determined to
maintain her freedom and inde-
pendence and "to advance the
democratic concept in the Middle
East." Alone in the Middle East,
he said, Israel is completely im-
pervious to Communist blandish-
ments. Scores of thousands of
newcomers to Israel, he pointed
out, have recent memories of to-
talitarian persecution at the
hands of both Nazis and Com-
munists alike.
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"^AY, APRIL
11.
EDITORIAL
I'ilNNOVOr
One of the richest works of Hebrew literature,
the Haggadah opens with the statement, "We
were slaves for Pharoah in Egypt" and commen-
orates the eternal struggle of men to gain freedom.
The Haggadah also indicates that were Jews
not taken from bondage by the strong hand o!
God, both they and their progeny would still know
the travail of a persecuted, silenced people.
Down through the centuries, Jews have gath-
ered on the Passover to chant this historic com-
mentary. It is particularly significant that they
often held their Seder rites in secrecy and fear.
Although they had, indeed, been liberated from
Egyptian bondage, subsequent enslavement dis-
persed them, denying their avowals of freedom
insured by God's protecting arm.
It would therefore appear paradoxical that
Jews should have determined to glorify their ex-
odus and return at a time when they knew neither
home nor personal ease. But the Haggadah as
Hebrew commentary and the Seder as a relig-
ious ceremony are important to the Jew beyond
their historic or prophetic value. Recognizing the
psychological disadvantage of exile, they allevi-
ated inferiority and fear by appealing to man's
fundamental, gregarious nature. They called up-
en strangers to enter and partake; they afforded
the Jew an opportunity of intellectuclizing over his
pas: and extolling what he felt to be the essential
superiority of his creed.
The Seder also presented to the Jew the singu-
jpportunity of idi j himself with a mir-
aculous ritual which his essentially non-emotion-
c! ethical S} ks. Thus, Passover came to
rr.ee. :th religious mystery
a secret expression of the hope that Israel was
:r.deed div red.
In our own time, Passover has seen the near-
iction of European Jewry and the birth of the
tiysical return from some two
Thi rme by which the Holiday
is sometimes known the season of our freedom,
expression now beyond the expres-
1
Community'Education Service
on American Jewish History
AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETV
and the
AATIOYAL JEWISH Will Mil HUMID
Ml t>it Ziat Mfttt, lira tat 16, It. J.
sion of a dream; once passive faith has changed
to affirmative deed.
In that spirit, we ought more fully act in ac-
cord with the Hagaddah's injunction that we con-
sider ourselves as partakers of Passover's mir-
acle.
.liHlaism Hi'Miiii-Hu'il
The American Council for Judaism h
the most impudent of all its stands. It T'
sought to designate itself as a "splinte ^ ^
of Jews which does not hold with Zionil*^l
pies. nm J
Notable in the ranks of its leadership is
Elmer Berger. Long using himself as an m
of peerless Americanism, the Rabbi has ach*
considerable notice among non-Jewish
Speaking for the Council, he has time and I
indicated that spiritual identification with
can invite nothing but harm for American fa
The Council has thus sought to establUhi
in the graces of Christian spheres by begqimji
ceptance on the basis that its adherents are i
ing to deface their cultural heritage. Such i
ness, contrary to their belief, can only elicit i
ery from those who understand the princirieti
Americanism.
But in last week's statements, the Council!
petrated a shameful disservice to his co-ielj
ists and undermined the Zionist cause here! I
the name of the Council, Rabbi Berger eqw
Zionism with totalitarianism and became a (
rade-in-arms with American anti-Semites at la
He termed those Jews who are ardent wan
for the new Jewish state racists and blamedl
"racism" for Israel's understandable position!
the repatriation of Arab refugees.
Apparently, the greatest sin commitiejJ
American Jewry, according to the Council A
its spokesman, has been the allocation oi Ural
Jewish Appeal funds for oversees projects, il
this vulgar attack, a movement close to the heal
of millions of Jews has been smeared. If :hetei|
a perverted kind of Judaism, it is the kind pre*
ed by the Council and its priests.
Germans Reject Israel's Billion Dollar
Claim; Suspend Hague Reparations TaEk
:. f Ger-
rtoi
-
" '000
- in
taf e nab-
- for
them t>l the
- tion of
mic i pporun-
: unidentifiable prop-
ii oent ui d:.- .
t
"Thi can-
nol -. -." Mi I.
itinui I "Ai I .. -.he Con-
Ji wish Mate
Claims Again>t Germany, are
ting a.= their su i and
f S500.000.u00 :s
a rrn dest estimate of w | is
ing to them under those Is
tl ey are applied, as we hope
:ie. to all Western G>
The money received would be
spent on propject? designed to
help Nazi victims,"
Asked why the Conference set
five-year time limit on pay-
Mr. Ltavitt stated: \'.'
" .nt this help to he brought to
the ijrviving victim
.. and while it ,-r. -til do
- ime good."
Boehm Apologizes
^ Professor Franz Boehm,
the German delegation, apologiz-
i Israel delegation for n -
ports published in the press in
:.. my concerning the Ger-
n in-Israeli talks.
One of the reports to which ex-
ception was taken appeared in
a Hamburg newspaper. It stated
that there was considerable fric-
tion between the Israeli delega-
te nd the delegates represent-
ing the Conference on Jewish Ma-
te rial Claims over the latter's re-
( BSt tor S500.000.000 from Ger-
mans. The German newspaper
claimed that the Israelis [eared
this request would endanger
': t. the Wi I .
::t by them,
r Boehm also termed
lal :." a I i :
Ger-
I i rs to the effect
Germar on would
a 35-1 "n i pay-
whatever sum i
at the Jalks I
t i that: no
two
Jewish
do The le si n i ; thi C '
for S500.00o.00U was
nsultation with
(si eting in Paris.
Demand Stand
Ni gotioi while, reached
;. and serious" point as
thi Israeli delegation insisted on
^ detinue offer from Germany
the parley adjourned for
the Easter holidays. The German
delegat:' r. proposed talks on an
agreement here on a sum which
Gi n an delegation could rec-
ommand to its government for
lent and the Israeli delega-
tion could recommend its govern-
itlld accept.
leadl k in the talks came
ifl speedy conclusion of the
fust stagt- of the German-Israeli
and the return of the Ger-
delegation from Bonn
ad conferred with the
government on the nature of the
iffer. The Germans had
cted to return with con-
rete proposals.
Professor Franz
Boehm, hi I of the German dele-
gation, announced on his return
that tin- German Govern-
ment would not be able to fix a
definite sum without considering
its ol ligation to other creditors.
He proposed that the German and
Israeli delegations agree on a fig-
ure ,\ v could recommend
to their respective governments.
but he admitted that there was
no assurance that the German
Government would accept the
delegation's recommendation. He
sought agreement on this figure
before the Easter recess, he said.
and the German Government
would then be able to announce
its decision after Easter.
Guaranteed Offer
But the Israelis made it clear
that th v were interested only in
authoritative offer and would
onsidi i,any offer not backed
by t- i G i: Government. "We
notified the < i elega
ticn that we i xpeel t
w< rei
hoha;r .-.. .i
t, not a
tion to thi ir g nmi nt,"
wealed.
It v I here that the
trongly
put that the G- rman .
to return to Bonn to consult
with e ivernment leaders in the
ing a definite answer
tor the Israelis. Pi ifessor Boehm
his retui n from Bonn
discussion was re-
quired witii the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
<; rn any to clarity points of dif-
(erence .-till existing and had ex-
pressed the hope thai ment
on the sums to be recommended
in settlement of the Israeli and
Jewish claims could be reached
before the Easter recess.
"It is our hope before recess-
ing next week to have reached
agreement on a single sum which
we will ask our Government to
pay. and the Israel delegation
will ask its Government to ac-
cept." Professor Boehm declared.
Asked for assurance that the Ger-
man Oovernmci t would accept
this recommendation, he added:
"There can be r.o such assurance.
Our government must bear in
mind the connection of this debt
with all other debts."
No Priority
Asked by a correspondent
!whetner his delegation had not
agreed with the Israel and Jew-
ish delegations that the Hague
discussions had no connection
With the current London confer-
ence on Germany's external
debts. Professor Boehm replied:
"We did not agree there was
no connection. We did make de-
finite statements, however, defin-
ing that connection. We agreed
that the task of determining the
:sums was up to the German dele-
gation. But Gcrmanv is not in a
position to meet all these exter-
nal debt.-. Tin re is so much mon-
ey available to the government,
and this money has to be divided
I among all creditors."
j Asked further if he did not dif-
ferentiate between the debt due
to the Jews because' of criminal
act! committed against them and
commercial debts due t,, others
the Germany spokesman replied'
-These discussions were called to
discuss obligations, not to take
action agamst criminals. Accord-
ing to law. there are two kil
atioi >. one arising from con-
tract, th- other from criminal ac-
tion. The law, how< vi r, does nol
>t. priority ol one type
over the other. In fai t. i, :
. making a i
cnh | it amoi
>rs can p ty |
i. '
.. talks
thus stal. m ited, the G< i
. dele
igation nued sessions deal-
ing with those points the Germans
said .-till required clarification.
Letlar-Bomb
nwhile, a letter-bomb ad-
d to the German repara-
tions delegation here has beer.
d< livi red to the German Em-
bassy. Suspicious employees of
the delegation turned the packet
over to the police who found it
contained a highly explosive sub-
stance.
The envelope bore the name of
the Jewish Partisans Association
and was postmarked Amsterdam.
The German and Jewish delega-
tions were immediately notified
to be on the alert. Responsibility
for a bomb sent to Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer last week was
admitted by a group using this
name, but Jewish circles were un-
aware of any such organization
and ascribed the letter to provo-
cateurs.
Both the Dutch police and the
German Embassy indicated doubt
that a Jewish group was involved.
The police were inclined to be-
lieve that this was an act of pro-
vocation.
London Talks
Prior to the adjournment of
the conference in London on Ger-
many's external debts. Dr. Her-
mann Abs. head of the German
delegation, stressed his govern-
ment's intention to reach a de-
finite and comprehensive settle-
ment of Germany's external
debts, at this conference.
In an interview published here
this week. Dr. Abs denied charg-
es published in the London Jew-
ish Chronicle that he sought to
torpedo the Hague reparations
talks.
The German official told the
Jewish Observer that it was no
denigration of the claims made
at The Hague to say that the Ger-
man Federal Government could
could afford to pay Israel with-
out considering all claims being
made against Germany. It was
'" Portanl to understand, he de-
lu\\'1 '' 'he last work on anv
"nt which involved pav-
."> the form of transfer*
payme* in the form of
Roods ested not with the Ger-
rnmenl hut with the
Upying powers.
London Jewish ci ronicl.
this week
German Government
"8 thai an interview with
! by lad
rted his staten ents. r
having said that Chancellor
Wanl id
Information i ing |
DANIEL GREENBERG whol
tailed to vi"'..-.
wife. Pauline. quit
t me, and a.- a : .it of wh
t. she nost did
cult to manage ;icsiroiisJ
receiving financial clp for thar
daughter, Mildred, whoisatpni
ent confined in an instituti
Mr. Greenberg was born in'
terburv. Connecticut, on Sep
ber 27th. 1898. is about 6 fefll
inch tall, weighs 280 pounds a*
has brown hair and eyes. Anyatl
aware of this man's pra*|
whereabouts is requested to coH
municate with the National M
sertion Bureau. 105 Nassau StrM|
New York, 83, New_York._
Konrad Adenauer had tall
forced to compel several mcmtwl
of his cabinet to agree to Pjl
ment to Israel. He also denai
having said that the Germar. d*l
gation at The Hague was not*|
thorized to deal with Brad.
Apart from the unforuui*!
political effects of these distor-i
tions, Dr Eckhardt said, he **|
personally grieved to be quoW
in a'way that did not express Mj
conception and thought in i*
spect to the Jewish pcople_
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NISAN


IffllDAY, APRIL 11, 1952
L......
I mam Of Year
I At -, dinner meeting of Mount
en ,i Hospital. Max Orovitz, pres-
TS of the Board of Trustees,
Gas d signated the hospital s first
if The Year.
A plaque bearing Orovitz s
a as presented to the tru.s-
' Xo be installed in the hos-
Memorial Room, the name
Erf the trustee who has done most
rove the hospital will be
idded to the plaque each year.
Among recent plans outlined
kv President Orovitz and Sam-
uel Gertner, executive director,
|s the possible ground-breaking
f,ir new wing during the eorfl-
+Jenistiflcrici*>n
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Infi year.
Shaloma Group
Hears Mrs. Goldman
The Shaloma Group of Hadas-
sah will hold its next general
meeting on Monday, April 14th,
1 p.m., at the Hibiscus Lodge,
10th Street and Alton Road.
Guest speaker of the afternoon
will be Mrs. Louis Goldman. Med-
ical Center coordinator of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah. Mrs. Goldman visited Israel
recently and will speak on the j
I new Center scheduled lor con-
I Btruction under the sponsorship
| of Hadassah. A skit will also
| be presented, called The Cure,
and will depict the work dor.e
by Hadassah hospitals.
Mrs. Jack Bernard is president.
[Joseph Mintzer
On Furlough Here
Joseph Mintzer, son of Mr. and
'Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1510 SW 25th
[Avenue, Miami, is home on fur-
lough from his duties with the
[United States Navy.
Originally a student at the Uni-
versity of Mi-
lmi, Mintzer en-
Wise Group. Hadassah
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will have an evening
meeting at the Delmonico Hotel
on April 14th, at 8 p.m. Highlight
of the meeting will be a movie
on the life of Henrietta Szold
and will be followed by card-
playing._________________________
Mm. Marcus To
fie Feted Here
The Pioneer Women, Club No.
2, will hold a Surprise Party on
Sunday evening, April 13th, 7
p in ., at .. 2 I
Washington Av-
: n u e Miami
3each.
Honored will
le Mrs. Rose
Marcus for her
.vork ii the rec-
.-nt Community
Jhcst and cur-
rant Federation
I r i v e s Mrs.
Marcus has been
.-hairman of the
Club for four
terms, chairman
of Moetzet Hapoalot for two
terms and is current vice chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund
and Membership Committees.
During a recent Child Rescue
Fund drive, Mrs. Marcus was re-
sponsible for a single-handed col-
lection of some $800. She intends
shortly to visit Israel.
Mrs. Marcus
Shown above is a Model Junior Seder held at the Tifereth
Israel Northside Center. Some 75 children of the Center's Hebiaw
and Sunday Schools participated. Seated at the head table are
(left to right) Mark Lakin i not seen). Bobby Collins. Jerry Btrke.
Esther Glantz. Lanny Gelfand, Reverand George Goldberg, spir-
itual leader of the Center, and Barry Kutun. Below are Harvey
Wagner and Marshall Glantz.
in
I
I
[
':
I
I
I
listed in the
Navy and was
stationed for a
year in San
Francisco, Cali-
fornia. Subse-
juently. dis-
.harged, he re-
iumed his stud-
es at the Uni-
versity ol Flor-
ida.
1950, Mintzer, a
i of the. Reserves, return-
for a two-year stint
nl U e action with a
ttachment in Kfirca.
;. e end of his one-
i here, Mintzer will
tly stationed in I
discharge. As a civil-
- ,. member of AZA.
pi of B'nai B'rith, and
! r YMHA.
M ntzer
August,
Observe Hebrew
3fv,>E!th Here
Natii nal Hi I i
publii meeting w ill
. .' mil 14th. i:i
the Bu
Edui ti n at 8:30 p.m.
nth is a project ol
it H ilv it ot America.
ker will be Jt
I ili" J. wish
C( n mitl i of Ni v.
onally-known educa-
er of the exei u-
i tee of the I tional
for Jewish Education.
icecutive director i if
Culture Con: eil
contributed to i <
; Hebrew in America by
.. IK brew into the high
and universities of New
ui will speak on Impact
Ol Hebrew In- High Schools On
SS Of Hebrew In America.
His speech will be in Hebrew.
I: local meeting is being spon-
i by the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the Hebrew Teach-
ers Association of Greater Miami.
Compare
,Compare
nun *rcR
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HELEN ALPERT

GOOD LUC^l
Looking ever so happy and ever so mature, and simply tumb-
ling out of their new car to dire greetings at friend*, werte Alcene
Hirsch and Martin Brandt, on a honeymoon swing to here, then
California, then Spokane. Martin is Corporal Brandt is in tne
Air Force. ..,,_. ,
. They dashed over to see Alcene's mother. Muriel Hirsch
Pick had a gay session with Hugo Pick under relaxing fans at
the bay's cool edge chased down Dave Guttman showed lots
of interest in Juliet Oshlag and Dorothy's work in human relations
at the U. of Miami and stampeded through Beach High school
to reunion with their faculty-favorites ...
Right at dinner hours as if time hasn't passed at all. as if
all of us were back again in high school days they bounded
in. Martin's uniform was packed in their baggage. So he wore
the familiar tee shirt and slacks, just as wre remembered, un-
changed save for the perceptible assurance that marks the adult.
Alcene's slimmer; prettier than ever.
ON TOUR:
Decorator Sid Lewis has opened a brand-new display room on
the Trail Miami's Hannah Coleman is polishing up a children's
patriotic" series for a local radio station interested in her ideas .
Heatedly fighting any deflation of Lummus Park by a convention
auditorium is Sarah (Ant Button) Harris. Mrs. Harris says. "Then
they'll find they also need parking space for cars, and take more
of our park land away."
NEW LOOK on Charlie Bellin is translated as "rapture. He
and Evvie just had their first baby, a husky son! ... On two fleet
legs, he was piling down Lincoln Road stirring up a wind like a
tornado wh? I flippered out an arm and said, "Hey, had your
babv vet?5*
"Yes." he said startled. "Evvie's in the hospital right now.
Somebody tell you?"
"No." I said smugly. "I just got tired of waiting and figured
Evvie did. too."
THE PLAY'S THE THING!
Garbled news rewrites have produced r.ot one kind word for
Fred Koch and the University's arena playwriting contest An-
nouncement that not one entry was worth a prize soured a lot of
people who should know better. Bluntly, the drama department
was a-hunring good new talent. Bluntly, it didn't show up.
More, those frenzied cries from armchairs denouncing the panel
local judges for containing only one writer of theatrical back-
ground are also off key. Sam Hirsch explains these poets, novelists,
radio scripters and non-dramatists are "craftsmen in some form of
writing '. therefore equipped to perform their duly weeding out
the top Grade-A and shipping potential winners to Moss Hart, Belly
Smilh. etc. .
No Grade-A. Place to tind it is still on the nearest bottle of
"'..;. : rianism and D" Wolfson. I almost added, but
. trained on prime beef).
. Another victim of garbled news-stories was engineer Char-
lie Silvers, who swore he'd mangle the phone cables unless he got
needed phone service at his plant in northwest Miami. The true
fact is these cables are on his land! Court suit comes up this
The phone company's alreadv made him a cash offer, in
settlement .
VERY SPECIAL is the encomium printed as a Florida Sun
editorial, lauding Dorothy Krieger Fink for her indefatigable
work fulfilling the dream of low-cost housing on Miami Beach.
Now retiring after the two-year labor. Mrs. Fink can regard those
structures on the skyline as a monument not alone to Max Good-
man and Burr.ett Roth but to herself. Darn swell idea she
started to walk around and enjoy your own monuments!
POLES TO POLES:
The Kenneth Okas spotted me just as I dragged my remnants
homewaid. after re-registering in the Miami Courthouse on the last
day which brought 5.393 other voters to stand in exhausted lines.
c Arrimore Studio*)
Mitt Carole Tannen
Tannen, Smith
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen. 4570 i
North Meridian Avenue. Miami |
Beach, announce the engagement I
of their daughter. Carole, to Dr.
Howard Smith, son of Mrs. J. ]
L. Smith, California and New
York. I
Born and raised in Miami j
Beach, the bride-elect graduated I
from Miami Beach High School
and received her AB degree at .
the University of Miami. She
was president of Delta Phi Ep-
silon Sorority there.
Dr. Smith attended schools in
California and received his de-
at the University of South-
ern California. Ht is a member
of Delta Tau Alpha Medical Fra- '
tern it v.
The couple plan t.~> make their
residence in Kansas City. Mis-
souri, after their wedding June
22nd. at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Miss Speisman Wears Family Heirloom
down; Weds In Double-Ring Cireninm.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Speis- "}
man. of 4440 NW 1st Avenue, an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter. Rita, to Mr. Sy Rosen-
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs, Moe
Rosenberg. Brooklyn. New York,
last Sunday at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop officiated at the double-
ring ceremony.
The bride wore a bustle-back
skirt which extended into a long
train. A ruffled, u-shaped inset
of eyelet featured the high-neck-
ed bodice family heirloom gown
of imported organdy, styled with
long sleeves cuffed by the same
eyelet A crown of seed pearls
held the fingertip veil of illus-
ion. She carried a white lace
fan with feathered carnations
and lily-of-the-valley.
Miss Anita Speisman was her
sister's maid of honor. She wore
sky blue nylon tulle over satin.
Miss Barbara Epstein and Miss
Laura Futernick, as bridesmaids,
appeared in gowns of deep melon
and light pink with orchids on a
fan.,
Joyce Forrest, cousin of the
bridegroom, was flower girl. Jon
Speisman, the bride's brother,
carried the rings. Cousin of the
bridegroom, Hy Forrest, was best
man. Mike Gold and Howard
Zimrr.ett acted as ushers.
A reception followed the cere-
mony. After a trip to Nassau,
the couple will reside at 1245B
Dickinson Drive, Coral Gables.
The bridegroom is a law student
at the University of Miami.
i.
_______Mrs. Sy Rosenberg
Horn, Michaels \V(
Travel To Nassau
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hot,
28 Minorca Avenue. Coral Gtl
announce the marriage jf
daughter. Sally, to Melvin]
aels, son of Mrs. Gertrude L
aels, 2171 SW 22nd Terraa/l
Saturday evening at the
Kapp Studio. Rabbi Mori
_ __ jSkop officiated.
Gables Center To Meet The bride was given a.
E. Herman Fisher, president of I her father. Mr, Leonard bj
the Coral Gables Jewish Center. | was matronj.f honor for h|
has announced
meeting of the Center will be Michaels, broth
held on Sunday. April 13th, at
8:30 p.m. Nominations for Center
officers and Board of Directors
will be the main order of busi-
ness at the meeting.
groom. Leona:.: H-rn ar.ijJ
nard Ehrens served as ushta
Following a weddinj
Nassau, the c< will res:4t|
3695 SW 1st A-:. .<. Miami.
Wo.vs Relatit t-s
Attend Wedding
Mi and Mrs. David H. Weiss
and daughter, Rochelle. have re-
turned to their home in Monessen,
Pei nsylvania, after visiting here
with Mr. Weiss' sisters. Mr. and
.Mrs. William Moss and Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Greenfield, of 2016
and 2024 SW 20th Street.
The visit was made to attend
the recent wedding of Miss Flor-
I ence Moss and Mr. Murray Bir-
chansky. Mr. Weiss is Assistant
District Attorney for Westmore-
land County and for many years
served in the Pennsylvania Legis-
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I told them I had litterally sweated it out, to get mv right to vote. ,e,',v^ c ,Penns>'lv: ,
Hah.' he said. "Now you can appreciate it." la,u.re- Son?e ,ln!? was also spent
I with a nephew. Dr. and Mrs. Sid-
My lady-at-the-counter went quietly baffled, however, at
one point. You signify, of course, whether you're enrolling as a
Democrat or Republican. I said to her, "I like to vote as I wish, ir-
respective of party lines. I don't want to be committed to any
party. Dear, put me down as an Independent."
"Listen honey." she said worried. "You're out of luck. No
Independents are running this year."
1 liked her. though. On both sides of me the ladies earnestly
were asking the people: "Ever been convicted of a felony?" and
waiting for the answer.
My lady took one look at me. didn't even ask. and firmly
wrote: "Never." She figured I don't have the ability
quire or.e .
NEWS NOTES:
They've done it. Charlie Friedlander and Les Stern head their
own ad agency, with offices on 41st St. Better attendance record
even than a city councilman's belongs to Fran Joseph, executive in
t.'.e Miami Beach Residential Owners Association. Her initials are
invisibly carved in that second seat, second row center Cute kid
with a cute haircut is the your.g Portia, Dons E. Weinstein
Huddled (over what?) Jack Pearlman and Aaron Courshon
Ticklish community situation budding with the Hebrew Academy's
proposed new building on a lot zoned RE for single-family homes
around 44th and Chase. Residents already protesting ..."
Fiva kids from this block went to a synagogue breakfast, and
came home famished. "No time to eat." one complained bitterly.
"We were kept so darned busy clapping for some lady who brought
eggs. I guess they usually don't have eggs, and then for all th>
people who helped cook and serve, and then singing that all I got
was one gulp of milk.
ney H. Moss. 2101 SW 33rd Av-
enue, and a neice. Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Ponn, of 1971 SW 32nd Place.
Also in town for the wedding
was a neice, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
L. Kalin. of Sarasota, Florida.
Mrs. Kalin is the former Miss
Alyce Weiss of Miami. Another
neice in town for the wedding
was Attorney and Mrs. Russell E.
. Seay, of Tampa. Florida. Mrs.
even to ac- Sea-V 1S ,he former Miss Shirley
Weiss of Miami.
The wedding took place on
March 15th, at Dinner Key Ter-
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ter
Personally Speaking l
Mrs. Aaron Hendler and her two children, Ronnie and Jill,
ue spending the Holidays with her sister and brother-in-law,
x. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, of 421 SW 28th Road.
"^ "^ ^*
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, will welcome guests at the Dun-
ciaggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, starting in June.
key are leaving for Duncraggan to prepare for its opening, aft
having spent the winter on Miami Beach.
Mrs. Harold Pont and children, Edwin Stephen and Judy
Lnn, left on Tuesday to spend the Passover Holidays with Mrs. I
font's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin, of Charleston, South
Carolina.
^P ^r* ^r*
Cheryl Pam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Toth, 1025
Meridian Avenue, was born on April 3rd, at the St. Francis Hos-
pital. Mrs. Toth is the former Gerri Levy, daughter of Mr. and
fcs. Harry Levy.
Mrs. Florence Rosenbaum, of 6410 SW 16th Street, Miami,
entertaining her family during the Passover Holidays. Her
in daughters, Sybil and Doris, have arrived from school for
ne occasion. Nathan Siegel, Mrs. Rosenbaum's brother, his
vife, Hattie, and daughter, Judy, have also arrived from Phila-
fdphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Podonos, of 150 SW 49th Avenue, Mi-
imi, entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. Solomon, attorneys from Pas-
aic. New Jersey, during the Passover Seder. Their son. Burton,
jiived from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy to
be present at the occasion.
V
Dr. and Mrs. Murray Miller announce the birth of their
laughter, Alison Wendy, on April 2nd, in the Doctors Hospital.
aternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller, of Tuscon,
rizona. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Levine,
If New York City.
*
Mrs. Peggy Kaplan and her two children, Kathy and Tom,
L 4625 North Bay Road, have gone to New York to spend the
lassover Holidays with relatives and friends.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duke, of New York, are visiting Mrs.
)uke's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Komoroff,
1612 SW 11th Street. After spending the Passover Holidays
here they will travel to Gainesville, where they will visit their
who is a member of the University of Florida faculty.
Senesch Hadassah
April Linen Shower
An April Linen Shower and
40th Birthday Celebration of Ha-
dassah will be given by the Han-
na Senesch Group on April 14th,
in the Belmar Hotel's Sapphire
Room at 1 p.rn.
A program -will include Miss
Ruth Salzburg, vocalist, accom-
panied by Mrs. Lo,u Adler. A
candle-lighting ceremony has al-
so been arranged in honor of
! Life Members.
------------------------------
Adult Social Group
The Adult Social Group an-
nounces its Spring Dance to be
held Sunday evening. April 13th.
on the Patio of the Miami
Branch Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 450 SW 16th Avenue, ac-
cording to William Schlessinger.
president of the group. Enter-
tainment will include dance mix-
ers, games, surprise performanc-
es and contests.
Mrs. Fruehtman
Goes To Israel
Mrs. Charles Fruehtman, well-
known communal leader of Mi-
ami Beach, will be among the
distinguished American Jewish
communal leaders who will ac-
company Doctor Louis Finkel-
stein. Chancellor of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, on a pilgrimage to Israel on
April 30th, Alan M. Stroock,
chairman of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Seminary, has an-
nounced.
The climax of the pilgrimage,
according to Stroock, will be a
convocation to be held in Jeru-
salem on May 25th, when Doctor
Finkelstein will confer the hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Hebrew
Literature upon Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion of Israel.
The delegation of Seminary of-
ficers and lay leaders will sail for
Israel on April 30th.
Professional
Hadassah Meets
Miami Beach Hadassah, Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Group, will hold its next meeting
in the Pation of Beth Sholem
Temple, 41st Street and Chase
Avenue, Monday evening, April
14th, at 6:30 o'clock.
The program will highlight a
linen shower. Mrs. Ann Lober,
chairman of the Committee, will
tell of the importance of replen-
ishing linens lost in the floods in
Israel.
Miss Lillian Marx, chairman of
the Youth Aliyah Committee, is
planning a skit by Mrs. Rita Fif-
er and Martin Birnbach.
Miss Isabel Krasner, chairman
of the American. Affairs Com-
mittee, will also give a report.
Miss Lois Sakrais Chooses Organdy
down; will Reside In Normandy Isle
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, Miss Lois Sakrais, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Sak-
rais, was wed last Sunday
at their home, 733 81st Street,
Miami Beach, to Marshall Lawr-
ence Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Jacobs, of New Jersey.
Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz of-
ficiated. The bride wore a gown
of imported organdv with lace
panelling. Her fingertip illusion
veil of Alencon net was fastened
to a faille cloche which was trim-
med with lillies-of-the-valley.
She carried white orchids on a
Bible.
Mrs. Leonard M. Sakrais, of
New York, was matron of honor.
Dr. Leonard M. Sakrais was best
man.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and stud-
ied voice with Dr. F. Beck, of
Miami. The groom served in the
Navy for 2 years and attended
Duquesne University and the Un-
iversity of Miami, where he re-
ceived his degree in Education.
He is now studying for a Mas-
ters degree at the University of
Miami Graduate School.
After a honeymoon trip to
Cuba, the couple will live in Nor-
mandy Isle.
Coral Gables B'nai B nth
Holds Ofiicer Election
Election of oificers will take
place at the regular meeting of
the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables on Tuesday, April 15th,
8:30 p.m., at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. Mrs. William
I Hechler, program chairman, has
prepared a skit reviewing the
year's activities of all chairmen.
AM mure Sluilios
Mrs. Marshall Jacobs
Menorah Hadassah
Meets At Gables Center
The Menorah Group of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah is holding an April Show-
er as part of it's regular meeting
, on Monday, April 14th, at the
; Coral Gables Jewish Center, 1:30
p.m.
Members will bring infant's
and children's garments to aid in
Hadassah Supply Month. Mrs.
Charles Gottlieb is the program
chairman.
Vwi-Ajyers To
Hold Seder
The Teen-Age Youth Council
the Greater Miami Jewish
lorr.mumty Center, Miami
Irancii, will hold its 12th An-
lual Teen-Age Seder Monday,
|pnl 14th, 8 p.m., in the auditor-
Jim of the Miami Branch, 450
l\V loth Avenue. Edward Fink-
|lstein. chairman of the Seder
omniittee, has announced the
allowing program: Invocation,
kuth Clein: Kiddush, Julian Hab-
ar.d Daniel Abrams; The Four
Bue.suons, Edward Finkelstein,
fharon Kline, Loretta Bernstein,
Barbara Pearl and Rusty Hymes;
greatest Walkout Ever Known,
khoda Zisman; Community Sing,
bd by Ruth Jonas; Benediction,
th Clein; and Hatikvah, Audi-
rice.
Dancing to the music of Stan
Peiley and his Band will follow
ie Seder.
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Orchestra under the direction
of John Bitter on Sunday er-
ening. April 20th. in the Miami
Beach Auditorum and on Mon-
day evening. April 21st. in the
Dado County Auditorium. Mr.
Gorin will sing from works by
Handel. Verdi and Haydn. He
will also sing Blow Ye Winds,
from Sea Chanties, by Dougher-
ty. The orchestra is scheduled
to perform works by Mendels-
sohn and Rimsky Korsakoff.
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
I it, 195:. Jewish Ti: -
Agei
the
of
UNITED NATIONSIn re of the C
War. [ was bound to th sides
ach other to re-establish 1
;: '-
. :>. a force, by tl : > is larger than I
.- .... Fra, vriets, judg as I
:,. hav< the ante and an n fferinj a united Ger-
any w n ai mj 1 its own.
Such machinations raise a number of questions in which
Jewish people generally are interested. What will be the tale
the displaced persons and the refugees in Germany once it regains
its soTereignty? And what is going to happen to th* German wax
criminals?
These were considered to be international issues at the end of
the war. In fact, a special agency of the United Nations, the D>
ternational Refugee Organization, was set up to look after the mil-
lions of DPs m Germany. That agency has folded up, and WOK-
ficials can sav that the original displaced persons, the human decri*
Of the last war. have bten taken care of. and that only a small hard
core" of the lick and indigent is left, and arrangements have been
rr.ade to look alter them.
However, there are many new DP's. the refug*s from the
Soviet bloc. They are arriving in a steady stream, and the** are
no adequate facilities for looking after trwm now thai the IRO has
enc'-'d. There are Jews among them, but they represent a very
small percentage of these new DP s.
The >; ':- ''-"" will depend to some extent
.. .-... p ;_ : ttl' M nt If there
- < iet Uni ttal and in-
working for.
nt would prevent the refu-
ees j ssing i even return them. v.
: ent is not going to w
ed to I
- the lost p East
11 :; taken for granted here that the Germsn government,
when ii a:!a:.-ed sovereignty, would releas> most of the war crim-
inals left in its hands. However, there is the case of Use Koch
who was released by the American only to be picked up by the
German Euihoririej am ced lo life imprisonment. The view
criminali have committed atrocili.'s
j do! gel off lightly.

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Sons Of Israel, and Mrs. David Kulok.___________________________
Urge Germans
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LONDON I JTA!Need for urg-
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ceans are alikemasses
,-. small or large. Similar-
irms above in-
power that tosses us a-
ps differ only in size,
lie in form. Hence, why
miii my of paramount in-'
A journey and its import
first on the reason for
p irture, then, on the events
the voyage and linally on
ii ctaneles of the destir.a-
iurney is unique. I leave
ome" in Europe after a
f one thousand nine hun-
urs, for a place elsewhere,
d in the southern part of
ntinent but I depart from
rth, in the empire now
n. I was "requested" to
On many prior occasions
citation has been extend-
ie with force, argument
reat, but I delayed until
en the pressure became
able. Some of my peo-
from various points and
it my ship leaves by way
port, to circle the con-
nil the seas and come to
i that I have loved from
ice and always avoided
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Eu
fifteen hundred years
i the hordes of wild men
illy settled after a stormy
i \ were the Huns, the
. the Goths and other
Germans, names that
lorror, blood, beastliness
tion, extending to the
time. They spread over
it. destroying the civ-
. that was Rome, the cul-
' was Athens and des-
lo Africa where they
I the learning that was
Ii ia.
Biblical locusts, but
angerous and thorough,
. ted the entire land
ished the population.
efitting barbarians, their
re slight, a bear-skin
massive sword. Brute
was their medium of ex-
and the number of dead
r measure of accomp-
When the Huns and
ns left a land, it was
arched and naked.
hordes were overwhelm-
their sudden clash with
ho had some advance in
ty. They drove ahead of
r more primitive persons.
he hordes, were truly the
rvivors. They felt as they
that strength is joy. That
n after their cardinal
le, and thus it has remain-
rope found in its midst a
cub tiger, large in size, hoping
it would grade into a clinging
domestic plaything. But the tiger
in the horde would not vanish
or assimilate. It js still the Hun-
Vandal-Goth-Tiger.
Throughout, and long after its
swooping entry into Europe, they
have made war against the
neighbors, and to this era they
seek to impress others with
strength-is-joy. They adopted all
forms of.advar.ee in learning and
commerce, but the effect was
superficial. Its protestations of
superiority arc only the symbols
of an inferior barbarian. They
had blue eyes and blond hair but
also black hearts.
I relied upon my Messianic-
principle that the Hun would
soon see the light of truth. Alas,
he did not. Others, as nations,
could offer defense, but my fate
was doomed. When the Hun
draws his sword he is as bar-
baric as he was in the fifth cen-
tury, when he tore apart live ani-
mals for his daily food, as when
he destroyed the structures in
Rome, the aits in Athens and the
libraries of Alexandria. With the
willing aid of the other proples
of barbaric Europe he decimated
my people. Alas that I exchang-
ed the sword for a staff end the
military knapsack for a talith-
i bag and destroyed my guard com-
! pletely.
Here I linger a while, for that
is my imbedded habit. Preser-
vation should have urged me to
depart long ago, but that I have
never practiced. The Hun pur-
sues, the Magyar strikes, the Slav
seizes me all of that does not
prompt me to make one move
faster for safety. I am deceived
by my child-like Idea that I am
to live .forever. It is an unac-
countable reliance on what the
ancients said about me that
I shall multiply as the sards on
the shores. I look at my very
lew remaining children and boast
of my permanence, a misleading
sight through a multiple re-
flecting glass. I should have
known that if I delay just a while
longer my numbers will be fewer
than the household of Abraham.
My lingering about Europe is a
form of conceit.
I recline on the wreck of the
tiny boat, and set sail for the
west. I arrange myself comfort-
ably on the small deck which
has no extra possessions. Indeed
there is very little on the hold of
the boat. I have been ejected
with no material provisions, but
I am not disturbed by this situ-
ation. Our sages say of this pre-
dicament that every one expires
Art Gallery
Lists Schedule
George Freedley. curator of the
theatre collection of the New
York Public Library will give a
gallery talk at the reception spon-
sored by the Rinu Tl eatre as part
Oj its Shakespi are Festival on
Monday afternoon, April 14th. at
3:30 p.m.
On display in the print room
of the Gallery will be selections
from the New York Public Li-
brary's collection of playbills,
posters and photographs of per-
formers who played in the two
Shakespeare plays currently un-
der production by the Ring The-
atre: Romeo And Juliet and The
Taming Of The Shrew. The se-
lection covers a hundred year
period, 1851-1951, and is world
wide in its representation of the-
atres and artists.
On Tuesday, April 15th, .the
Gallery will commemorate Pan
American Week with a reception
at 8 p.m.. for the Latin American
Consular Corps at which they will
be shown a preview of Central
and South American prints from
the collection of the International
Business Machines Corporation.
The exhibit, which includes 75
prints from 18 neighbor countries
to the south, will be hung in the
far gallery and will open to tl e
public Wednesday. April 16th.
Wednesday, April 16th, Mine.
Ri nee Longy, of the University's
School of Music faculty, will pro-
vide a musical evening, featur-
ing contemporary chamber mus-
ic. The program will start at 8:30
p.m., and will be open to the pu >-
lie.
Mount Scopus Women
Bring Linen Supplies
The Mount Scopus Group of
Hadassah will hold its annual
April Shower meeting, Monday,
April 14th. at the Beth El Con-
gregation, at 1:30 p.m.
Members are asked to brine
gifts of liner or clothing to help
fill Haddassah'8 empty warehous-
es in Israel. Mrs. Bernard Stev-
ens, Chapter American Affairs
chairman, will be guest speaker
for the afternoon.
FILM PERSONALITIES
STAR ON TY FOR UJA
-.1 ;
with his palms outstretched and
open to prove that he departs as
he came, with no worldly pos-
sessions. I now have the time to
deliberate. Sea-going folks claim
that the air over the oceans lends
an inducing aid to pause and
meditate in silence.
I have never followed the sea-
faring folks, but I shall try. At
the least, no one will harrangue
and assault me. Here, at the
least, my villifiers and killers
will not pursue me. I feel I shall
enter a state of safety on these
waters.
I, Israel, am on my way.
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a^k Sinatra films the last in a series of television spot announce-
rs, calling for support through local campaigns of the United
Wish Appeals 1952 campaign for S151.S00.000 to a-d in the ad-
P'mert of newcomers to Israel and the United States and for
*e of distressed Jews in Eastern Europe and Moslem lands.
e of the noted Hollywood stars in the series, r.ow being dis-
puted Jo television stations throughout the country, include
'am Bandix. Eddie Cantor. Jack Carson. Joan Caulfield. Kirk
lJilas ?nd Mona Freeman. UJA funds finance the programs of
United Israel Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee and United
'"ice for New Americans.
I have been
asked a good
many times
about the con-
trol of scorpions and black widow
spiders, which, in some localities,
are quite a menace, especially ia
the southern hH of the United
States.
I have found one product that I
personally can highly recommend,
and that is Real-Kill Bug Killer
in the liquid form. This fine prod-
uct when used according to the
directions on the bottle is very
effective in the control of both
scorpions and black widow spiders.
Most of you ladies no doubt have
a bottle of Real-Kill Bug Killer in
your house now, and, if not, I
heartily recommend that you get a
bottle today, for, in addition to
controlling scorpions and black
widow spiders, it also is very effec-
tive against moths, roaches, ants,
water bugs, mosquitoes, silver fish,
and many other household insects.
In The Spirit
of Brotherhood
I WISH MY
FRIENDS A
HAPPY AND
CORDIAL
PASSOVER
SIGNED
4*rant StovUdtifv


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Jews In Sports
By BILL WOLF
lg : 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Ageru
The US C i mittee for Sports -n Israel, which has eer a drh
: promoting US-Israeli athletic relations, is getting readv?1
ter activity. The committee, sparked by Cornel Ha-r n
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rii nu baa issued a call for sorely" needed'^f'undTi R'
''":" which to carry out future plans. 4 *l
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\.. \ ately 90 per cent of of legal incorporation and is ap- ",g
area has plv:ng for tax exemption status, sia.i oi we Ministry of g^
en eoni lf The ccmmittee was formed from "- s working under Dr. L-r.an.
Miami Beach the US Committee for the 1950 uel ai.mon. who is sending back 1
Realtors American In- Maccabiah. which handled ar- <>mP"^entary repo: is on hu ac-
hitects a d Am r- rangements for the US delega-1 complishments.
I Dec -.: ra (tag- tion to Israel's Olympic games. Since Israel will be part:ciMt
i this week. Right now the major task is to |mg in its first Olympics, the i
ling local and
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mittee deems it important That
enough interest be stimulated on
this side of the ocean to heln I.
nance the team To get funds i
letter was sent out last week -o
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9AY, APRIL 11, 1952
FLORIDA'S POLITICAL ACTIVITIES
+ Je*isti IhriHtr
iger Campaigns;
tive In Drives
Indidatc for Constable in Dis-
1 No. 3, Max Singer has long
an active worker on behalf
of the March of
Dimes, the Am-
erican Red Cross
and other civic
and charitable
agencies and
and movements.
Singer's sup-
porters early
this week indi-
cated that in his
campaign for the
Democratic nom-
ination, "he is
not neglecting
his splendidjef-
Red Cross, currently
its appeal to the public
ngei is increasing his
and is carrying on his
public benefit, along
| his political campaign for
it."
I director of the South-
j:i.j Civic League and the
rest Democratic League.
PAGE 11 A
Consumptive Relief
Has Nominations
At the regular meeting of the
ureater Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Consumptives' Relief So-
ciety on Monday, April 14th, 8
p.m., at the Fleetwood Hotel, Mi-
ami f?each- tne annual election
of officers for the auxiliary will
' be held.
McCarty Bids
For Labor Vote
Dan McCarty made a bid for i
Dade County's big and important i M-rs> German Schoenfeld, Nom-
labor vote Monday night, when _na-lnB. Committee chairman, will
he spoke before a large gathering
I VlllH'll To
dordoil
npaign Here
Did Zinn, prominent Miami
attorney< has-been named
campaign manager for
J. Fritz Gordon who is
retain his seat on the
Court bench.
e Gordon, who has prac-
w in Dade county for
| i 28 years, was named
present post by Governor
Warren after receiving ap-
members of the Dade
of American Federation of La-
bor organizations of Dade Coun-
ty.
"A Governor's race should not
be a three ring cirus," he said,
I can't stand on my head on a
flag pole. I can't act the part of a
clown, and I am not going on any
twenty-tour hour talkathon on
the radio. In my opinion, there
has been entirely too much talk-
ing in Florida by politicians al-
ready, and nol enough action."
McCarty carried his campaign
into Orange County Wednesday,
speaking in Winter Garden,
Apopka. Winter Park, ending the
day with a big rally at Eola Park
in Orlando. McCarty told the
large gathering that he was the
only candidate, who throughout
this campaign, had maintained
that under his administration,
there would be no further taxes.
In Jacksonville, last night, before
Dan McCarty Precinct workers,
the leading candidate for Gover-
nor promised that if elected Gov-
ernor, he would eliminate waste
and extravagance from the state
government.
While in Jacksonville, McCarty
talked with workers at the Sea-
board Railroad shops, several dif-
ferent labor groups and represen-
tatives from many insurance ag-
encies. McCarty concluded his
week's activities by making nine
speeches in Polk and Hillsboro
Counties Saturday.
Cannon Pledges
University Of Miami Opens Shakespeare
Festival April 14, With Romeo And Juliet
present the slate brought in by
her comittee, and nominations
will be made from the floor.
Plans for a card party to be
held by the auxiliary on Mon-
day, April 21st, 8 p.m., at the I
Fleetwood Hotel, will be dis-
cussed by the chairman, Mrs.
John Lunin. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. Peter Kaplan and Mrs. '
Mrurey Poncher.
Proceeds from the card party !
will be used to help patients con-
fined in the local tubercular hos- I
pitals, as well as those hospitaliz-
ed in the JCRS Sanitorium in
Spivak, Colorado.
President of the local Auxiliary,
Mrs. Morris Goluskin, will attend
the convention to bo held in New
York, later this month. She will
serve on the hospitality commit-
tee of the convention scheduled
for the Waldorf Astoria Hotel
Bar Association.
has cited Judge Gordon's I frt SnMH
in partial administra- !
justice" and pointed out
n xperience as a prac-
lattorney qualifies him for
limit Court bench.
George Leffcoe
Receives Award
The prize-winning essay in
Greater Miami for Barton's Na-
tional Essay Contest, has been
awarded to George Lefcoe, stud-
ent at the Beth El Congregation,
for his composition. What The
Sabbath Means To Me.
Lefcoe's essay will now be in-
cluded in Barton's National Con-
test to compete for the national
prize. Four local Jewish schools
participated in the contest. Judg-
es for the local contest were Louis
Schwartzman and Herbert Ber-
ger, executives of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Litigation Here
Pat Cannon, candidate for Cir-
cuit Judge in Group 4, said Sat-
urday that, if elected, one of his
most immediate goals would be
to reduce the time spent in liti-
ilier Questions
hager Changes j"?^u .
ation to the public to j reduce the time spent in litiga-
pord as City Commis- j tion," Cannon said, "thereby re-
lol Miami during the past 7 ducing the cost to the litigants
issued this week by and the taxpayers."
The other main plank in his
I platform, Cannon said, is "de-
cisions without prejudice and
without political favor."
Cannon served as US Congress-
man from this district for four
terms. He was elected in 1938,
and re-elected in 1940, 1942 and
1944.
R i! iBunn) Gautier.
n in a political race
ords the public has the
udge them." the candi-
[ presented mine as
f Senator, with certified
i show that almost $16,-
'ame to Dade County
it te during my term
against less than
POO bi fore I took office."
there been 7 ehang-
1 managership in seven
l :"" Gautier then
h.as nothing been
out a new sewage dispos-
What about a new in-
f Why haven't the rail-
been removed from
b'.vii Miami?"
Left to right are Jerry Schultz. Stella Grey and Evelyn King as
o1P-ri%K ,8nCa ru KaneJn WilHam Shakespeare's T* Taming
Of The Shrew which will be performed as part of the University
of Miami Drama Department's Shakespeare Festival opening at
the Ring Theater on April 14th. The Shrew will receive its initial
performance on April 15th. Photo by Ray Fisher
5mJS ESSSi'&L .f Miami has. Just announced the dates of its
STl Annual Shake.sPe.are Festival. This year the Festival will
nVna of Mree,vT?fe stlrUn* on APr'l 14*h and ending on the eve-
ning of May 3rd The Festival will be centered on the University's
Main Campus in Coral Gables, although many events will take place
at various locations in the Greater Miami area
Organized by the Drama De-
partment, the Shakespeare Festi-
val is the result of the combined
efforts of the Schools of Educa-
tion, Music. Engineering, Busi-
ness Administration and the Col-
ed and executed by Gordon Ben-
nett, Technical Director of the
Ring, will be presented alternate
nights, opening with Romeo and
Juliet on Monday, April 14th. The
H ill el Council
Has Installation
The Hillel Advisory Council
will hold its Installation Dinner
on Sunday evening, April 20th, 6
p.m., at the Del Monico Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Officers to be installed include' 5K,i5rk.'"f*?". .D' Matth,ews- |
Walter Kovner, president: Dr.
Herman Meyers ar.d Max Holtz-
berg, vice presidents; Mrs. Ida
Optner, treasurer; Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Jack Wein, corresponding
secretary.
lege of Arts and Sciences. Among Taming Of The Shrew will have
the participating departments are ils first performance on Tuesday,
Chemistry, Mathematics, Zoology, I April 15th, and thereafter will be
Geography, Sociology, Econo- seen every Tuesday. Thursday
mics, Government, Human Rela-iand Saturday evening through
tions, Philosophy, Modern Lan- j May 3rd. Romeo and Juliet can
guage, History, English, Home j be seen during the Festival every
Economics, Religion, Art, Radio- Monday, Wednesday and Friday-
TV, Journalism, Physical Educa- night. Professor Hirsch has di-
tion and Drama. rected both plays, and Dr. Mat-
Professor Sam Hirsch, Associ- thews has served as the Shake-
ate Director of The Ring Theatre, speare consultant.
Other events during Ihc three
English Department, are co-chair- weeks will include movies, sym-
men of the Festival this year. i posiums on various aspects" of
The Festival will include two j Shakespeare's life and times, a
productions at the Ring Theatre, dance recital, a music recital ex-
Romeo and Juliet and The Tarn- hibits of various kinds including
a majoi exhibit of Shakespeare-
ana at the Lowe Gallery, radio
ing Of The Shrew. These plays.
produced on a replica of Shake-
A committee in* charge of res- sPeare's stage. The Globe, design- j programs, a Shakespeare Fashion
ervations includes the Mesdames
Wein, Rose and Optner.
imus To Head
>up On Ethics
i Newt) Lummus, Dade
T..x Assessor, was named
pn this week of the Com-
on Ethics by the North
Tax Assessors.
pus, who is running for
fon in the May 6th prim-
lyaccepting the honor, said:
Teatest service a tax asses-
" render his community is
special privileges and fa-
"ut of his office." He
ruefully, "The trouble is
"any uninformed people
ie tax assessor for their
i he truth is that he has
to do with levying taxes,
perely charged by his fel-
JKens to enforce the law."
[veteran tax assessor, who
I" his office, as Dade Coun-
otlicer since 1929except
I nis services with the arm-
s in World War IIsaid
;uu of the honor accorded
tne nation's tax assessors
_ lie is even prouder of the*
*" he has made during his
Pure in office.
People who hate an hon-
pfficer are the people who
appointed because they
puzzle, can't get special
ps. who would like to shift
tSi.on other People's
I have no use for them
y have no use for me,"
Religious .School*
Aid Campaign
Seventeen religious schools in
Greater Miami have pledged to
secure a total of $1,725 in the
Youth Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, it has been an-
nounced by Louis Schwartzman,
chairman of the Junior Division.
Dr. Donald Michelson, over-all
chairman of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Youth Division, has
indicated that school-age boys
and girls have been at work se-
curing gifts in the current cam-
paign, and he expressed confi-
dence that the goal will be at-
tained.
Schools participating in the
drive include Hebrew Academy,
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Temple Is-
rael, Beth David, Beth El, Israel-
ite Center, West Miami Jewish
Center, Miami Hebrew School,
Coral Gables Jewish Center, He-
brew High School, Zamora Jew-
ish Center, Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Center, Hialeah-Miami
Spring Springs, North Shore Jew-
ish Center, North Dade Jewish
Center and Workmen's Circle
Schools.
All groups have assured Cam-
paign Chairman Carl Weinkle of
their determination to assist him
and the Campaign Cabinet in car-
rying forward their canvassing
activities until the goal is at-
tained.
ADL Adds Sew
Tan Alpha Omega film To iAbraru
Installs Officers
Tail Alpha Omega, of the Mi-
ami Branch, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, recently
installed new officers at the Mi-
amian Restaurant.
They include: Renee Tuban.
president; Sonya Hurwitz, vice
president; Lee Sherman, record-
ing secretary; Joan Orlin, corres-
ponding secretary; Barbara La-
zarus, treasurer; Rona Kordon,
membership chairman; Lila Mer-
ein, chaplain; Sylvia Karas, par-
liamentarian; and William Gandf
sergeant at arms.
Folk Dance Evening
A folk dance evening at the
Miami Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
will take place on Sunday even-
ing, April 13th, at 8 p.m. Rose
Schein will direct Israeli, Ameri-
can and European dances.
:MMI Attend
Friedman Rally
More than 300 people attended
a Workers Rally held last Sun-
day by Milton A. Friedman, can-
didate for the office of Justice
of the Peace, District No. 3, at
the Syrian-Lebanon Club.
Ben Essen acted as master of
ceremonies and introduced presi-
dents of various civic organiza-
tions who endorsed the candi-
date. Friedman then gave the
principal address of the meeting,
following which workers re-
ceived campaign instructions.
Show, several receptions for the
| visiting drama critics and other
guests and a full two-day Shake-
speare Conference by the coun-
try's most distinguished scholars
Addition of The Toymaker. a coming Irom as far north as New
new 16 mm sound, color film, to ; York and as far west as Wiscon-
the Films for Democracy Library sm-
Of the Florida Office. Anti-Defa- In discussing the Festival. Pro-
mation League ol B'nai B'rith, has fessor Hirsch expressed gratifica-
been announced by Gilbert J. tion at the response of the com-
Balkin. Florida ADL Director. munity to his and Dr. Matthew's
"Delightfully presented through request for co-operation in mak-
the medium of puppets, this film ing this year's Festival an even
is especially adaptable for the age greater success than the First An-
group from three to eight." Bal- : nual Shakespeare Festival last
kin said. "This is an age group year. Professor Hirsch said that
for which there has been only a florists, book shops, record shops.
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material available," he added.
Balkin pointed out that the film
was especially adaptable for
showing before nursery school
and early elementary grade
groups.
libraries, radio stations, newspa-
pers, beauty shops and many
other businesses of the Greater
Miami area have expressed their
enthusiasm by actively partici-
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event. .
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FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1952
SEC. E
urok: Fabulous Impressario
By HAROLD BRAVERMAN
c Hurok is the last of the impresarios. He is the lonely survivor of a once hardy breed that
jjjhed on Broadway a generation ago, only to be trammeled by the crush of modern specialization
3i.' Business.
Th impresario was a fabulous showman a Charles Dillingham, an Oscar Hammerstein, a
. qCS| who dealt in art in the grand manner. He was and individualist whose personality
n ;,> vividly in his theatrical promotions as t he artists and entertainers he promoted. He created
hows, mapped the tours, rented theatres, scolded musicians, cajoled audiences and on 24-
rall disentangled the love affairs and appeased the volatile temperaments of his talented stars.
The concert stajie was his domain, the musical auditorium of
DC his primary source of supply. He sold virtuosity and culture.
I that free-whcelir.g era is mostly a memory and concert
i and bookings are largely the preserve of corporate
who, with their mobilization of vice presidents, have de-
,1 into a highly-organized industry. Yet, in the midst of this
hi specialization, Sol Hurok, the complete individualist, per-
il his sixty-third year, with four decades as an impresario
,cl him, he challenges the industry like the mechanical rabbit,
setting the pace.
he rescued it from obscurity. He
ha<
h/v
kish
. bright lights of Broadway
blazed the names of many
personalities who have
e their mark in the vibrant
Id ,,i American entertainment.
s have been its pioneers, its
tors its artists. Count among
the name of S. Hurok, the
n immigrant lad from the
i;,n town of Pogar who ar-
, on these shores with $1.50,
dedicated himself to the task
bringing cultural entertain-
1 to the masses.
made a fortune at it, too.
,, omnoisseur of the lively
impresario Hurok is reck-
a genius. Not only does he
nize great talent as few pro-
rs do, but he is the consum-
showman who sells it color-
to the paying public. The
nt success of ballet in Amer-
s. perhaps, his greatest mark.
the succession of famous
ert artists who have achieved
e under Hurok guidance at-
to the man's versatility. In
t years alone, he rescued
obscurity the lusty tenor of
Peerce, the violin virtuosity
ounR Isaac Stern, the magnif-
t voices of Patrice Munsel
Robe t a Peters, of the Metro-
an Opera, and a score of oth-
ewcomers.
neither Hurok asset is his sen-
ity to artistic temperament.
years of nursing the mer-
al moods qf the great Feodor
liapin and the delicate Anna
lovi. o| the flighty Luisa Tet-
ini and the feminist Isadora
can. and a hundred turbulent
xs lie not without their com-
lessor.s in human na-
What'a more, Hurok is just
temperamental a. character.
t i ,i memorable event when
permits an invasion of his per
al ait, though there was the
asion thirteen years ago when
took in a silent partner. That
the day he presented the
Eniftcent Marian Anderson to
-I lii nee of 75,000 in Wash-
ton. D.C., the aftermath of a
se vlebre when the Daugh-
1 the American Revolution
ied their tax-exempt Consti-
" Hall to the Negro con-
no.
i.-hington has yet to see or
i concert to equal the dra-
ptie ippcal of Miss Anderson's
miti to the multitude from the
Ips of the Lincoln Memorial.
nen the concert ended, S. HUr-
gazed with satisfaction on his
ttner. And Mr. Lincoln, in all
bronze dignity, gazed back.
Irturo Toscanini told Miss
lerson, "A voice like yours is
rd unce in a hundred years"
paean that reflects, too the
5 iij a voice that, as Shelley in-
Hed, "vibrates in the memory,"
chanced upon the unknown Miss
Anderson at a routine Paris recit-
al. He has since promoted her
into the top five incomes of the
concert business.
Such vibrations are not un-
common with Hurok. They have
made and dissipated for him sev-
eral sizeable bank accounts. He
vibrated himself into an irre-
pressible campaign to introduce
ballet to American audiences
and to make them like it. That
he has succeeded though the
struggle at one point reduced him
to roomless nights in Central
Park is acknowledged by the
wholesome acceptance audiences
now give to tulle skirts and the
pirouette. The interpretative
choreography of the ballerina,
thanks to S. Hurok, has become a
standard of the American stage,
in the theatre, in music halls, on
television.
He is recouping from those un-
comfortable nights in the park
with the amazingly successful
Sadler's Wells Ballet which he
first imported from London in
1949, bringing it back each year
for transcontinental tours that
gross $2,500,000. The statistics
have overwhelmed show folk.
Hurok's ballet does better box-
office than such touring smash
musicals as Oklahoma and Annie
Get Your Gun.
A ballet company is a cumber-
some, complex venture. By con-
trast, there is Emlyn Williams,
the distinguished British actor
who packs a New York theatre
nightly with a one-man perform-
ance. He is an amazing hit doing
nothing more than appearing as
Charles Dickens reading to
audiences from the stories of the
novelist. Tha dynamic Mr. Wil-
" I liams is also a Hurok production.
Hurok was 17 in 1905, when
his worried father endowed him
with 1,000 rubles and admonitions
to learn the hardware trade in
Kharkov. But young Sol's
thoughs were captive to Tolstoy
and Tschaikowsky. He wandered
to New York instead, clutching
his remaining $1.50. Soon he
found work in a hardware
store.
He also found an outlet for
his promotional instincts, bring-
ing culture with tenors, pian-
ists and string duets to the
neighborhood masses of Browns-
ville. One afternoon in 1911, he
met Efrem Zimbalist to whom he
brashly made two denvinds.
Zimbalist must temporarily for-
;ake Carnegie Hall to play his
violin under Hurok auspices in
Brownsville's New Palm Garden.
Also, Zimbalist must do it a re-
duced fee. The great Zimbalist
was conned. Brownsville was en-
riched with a memorable cultur-
al evert, and S. Hurok quit the
hardware store to become a full-
time "workingman's impresario."
He promptly rented the old Hip-
podrome, scaled the house for
50 cents a seat, used candy stores
and vegetable markets as ticket
brokers and wisely advertised in
foreign-language newspapers. His
advertisements were models of
showmanship. Sharing equal bill-
ing with the artists were explicit
directions for reaching the audi-
torium, how many blocks to walk
from the El. when to turn right,
when left. This prevented Hurok
from losing half of his immigrant
customers to the vagaries of traf-
fic.
From Brownsville to The
Bronx, the Hurok audience was
born. It zealously packed the
Hippodrome each Sunday to
hear Tetrazzini, Schumann-
Heink, Mischa Elman and other
great names of the day. Wrote
the New York Times, admiringly:
"Hurok has done more for music
than the phonograph."
The incomparable Anna Pav-
lova was won over to Hurok after
he found her dancing on a medi-
ocre vaudeville bill. The be-
witching nymph was a trouper
and a consummate artist. Hurok
mapped the tours, and she danced
from coast to coast. No settle-
ment was too remote, no one-
night stand too arduous. They
teamed for four years and split
a half-million dollars.
Hurok and his share soon part-
ed over the shattered fortunes of;
the Russian Opera Company. He j
also brought over the famous Ha- j
bima Players in their magnificent;
presentation of The Dybbuk. |
(Continued on Page 2 B)
S. Hurok
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S. Hurok: Fabulous Impressario Who
Founded A Showman's Dynasty For Love
(Continued from Page J Bi
'. -. -. i ted
strength, largely becaiu
.. ... strans
r.ess of the group's experimental
i still in-
sists it was
less ai |
..; publi< I t daj ..
a i Icon* th sensitive,
lv int p at* I -' rtrayal of thi im-
rtal Hebrew legend. ith its
..-.. and daiK
"Financial mistakes I hava
i admits Hurok. "But ar-
: is tic nevei'"
Then, there was Hurok's idol.
the in ortal Russian
basso "Feodor waa .; legend of
the opera." Hurok says wit rev-
< .once. "It waa nay honor to pre-
sent him to America." The honor
'. .'.uded an unpredictable tem-
perament a aeat ft isterous
living, cancelled concerts a
tout thai cos: Hui k $130,000.
sario i
Dun ther Hurok
favorite, >nc int
. in B< st : I le< :ure
.. ..._ s s ..(..
prudt as ver-
< .: : :ked Bi ahm ns
[he tours I I *
S .:- at-
. Hurok sool ut-
aged .:...:- at ..: I

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Germany, F
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first Ca
Hell jazz Thes and a
sui a tsful I "
: ns jaw hi th fini
stn ngt I i sessioi
bringing the ballet to Amer-
ica.
Hurok blithely rushed in whi
most theatrical angels feared to
tread. The recollection of I
happened to Otto Kahn
them shudder Kahn had
sored an American tour
great Serge Diaghilev. father of
modern ballet, and the Russian
Ballet Company. First-nighters
at the Mel | I d MS a ticket,
the ballyhoo filled New York's
:: pages still, the magnificent
attempt nicked its backers I r
S350.000
Hurok chose the deer-.-- n
: |93 I I f th(
Carl Ballet w
. uman n.* and
.
Ida at the tin e Hu
:. st m
pi torn Ball) I

not '. to s profil
bj 193S Hui -.
.._ t i Met
nth its 3

stead ever sine*
\v las; an Arc
stitu! satis! ': k de-
'" Circus
5 s I Isra
into being. Hurok has engaged
i- a brisk cultural export-import
trade with that nation. He was
tor the highly suc-
.. a ican I iur of the Is-
rael Philharmonic which gave
rts in this
: itry under the batons of
-. tskj md :.'
: past
.
: his Jew -
lists
Artur Rul Stern.
T i Hebn Arts Foundation last
yard 1 Hur-
butions to He-
ic.'. arts
The of Sol Hurok is
illustrated in an event that.
t k plaa : 1948, when he pre-
sented Alicia Markova in a ballet
if Romeo and Juliet at the Metro-
tan. The house was sold out:
- in advance. But the com- '
pany, delayed by the irregular-
ities of wartime transportation
and rehearsing almost up to cur-'
tain time, still didn't get to the j
fir.al scenes. No matter. S. Hur-
ok. impresario, presented half .a
0 and Juliet. When the cur-
descended the enchanted *
customers n to a prolonged
ovation.
Where is the producer who ev-
er offered and made a success ;
of the premiere of half a rr.ov-
r half a play"
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PAGE 3 B
|ger
>fine Position
Jewish Agency
DNDON (JTA>The text of
KSected status of the Jewish
lev in Israel, to be presented
forpmici- David-Ben Gunon
%',!,. Israel Cabinet and
I to t!"' Parliament, was re-
L al a press conference here
3 In' S. Levenberg, repre-
l,L. 0f the Agency in Eng-
W it contains the following
rrhe Slate of Israel represents
Mate only, but regards itself
t,, creation of the whole Jew-
LodIo and its doors are open
Liy Jew wishing to enter the
The World Zionist Organiz-
L sometimes with the partici-
Cn'i nther Jewish bodies, for
delations headed the work
, Jewish people for the lay-
r the foundations of the Jew-
Jjtatc
fThe State of Israel recogniz-
|t. World Zionist Organization
. Jewish Agencyas a com-
ni i gency which will con-
, i work for the develop-
-t of the Jewish State, for the
Iption of immigrants in Is-
land for the coordination of
[work of Jewish bodies in
. spheres of action.
|The ingathering of exiles,
|h is the chief task of the
|it Organization and of the
T of Israel these days, makes
Operative for all sections of
Jewish people to continue this
XI i State oi Israel expects
in continue to support the
It if exiles. It also con-
[ necessary that all Jew-
j, unities unite for the
I <.f this aim.
World Zionist Organ-
make every effort to
i the unification of
Jewi.- bodies which will
brtuke obligations arising out
Lch work.
When the World Zionist Or-
bation shall be enlarged, with
it of the Jewish Agen-
ihr WZO will act in place of
IZionist executive.
Details of the status and
.. of the World Organization
Biael will be fixed in agree-
between the WO and the
r of Israel. A committee will
fstablishod to coordinate the
in the spheres of action
lch are within the competence
he World Zionist executive.
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AIR-CONDITIONED CLASSROOM Professor Shlomo Marenof
and a Hebrew claw take their studies out-of-doors on the Uni-
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and the favorably low faculty-student ratio of one to nine pro-
vides tutorial instruction for Brandeis students.
Seven Brandeis University stu-
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of their acceptance to five of the
nation's top graduate and profes-
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Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of
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signed by Governor Dever, au-
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*Jen isfi Flcridian
150,000 Quests For Passover
By BERNARD POSTAL
On this second Passover since
tho Fighting began in Korea, the
homes of American Jews will
have 150,000 empty places .it Sed-
er tables places recently oc-
cupied by sons, brother, fathers
and other kinsmen who are now
wearing Uncle Sam's unifrom.
For those 150,000 OIs scattered
around the world w herever then1
ate Amei ican military forces,
Passover night this year will
reallv be different for they are
away from home and loved ones,
most of them for the first time
in then- lives For them the Sedei
. it I is j i ar ill be difft
in .-, very personal way for they
left : ... waj .'i
I t to engage in a nruggU I
freedo n I k< : I I in
Ihe Pi n er epic Fai different.
I .. w ill be the sun und ngs
amid they serve
Pass \*er, I i ..' ist ..' I I i m
w'll be at Seders in
strange lands disti : .
ities -.. -
not N nt is Op at n
"'. jsovt -. sma n racl i i
th Nat : Jewish w.
:;. '.. II)
for 34 years or
p tal red veter. ns
' av< a.....
s. der in ..
...... Jewish Con
'-'> C "' narvelled at th.
i |
s and
i -
U of Seders t
...... -
- .-
Supp -
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to every spot where Jews are
serving with the American armed
forces or recuperating from war
inflicted wounds are enormous.
Consider the planning neces-
sary (0 make sure that Jewish
GIs and seamen aboard Army
transports and warships on the
high seas have the wherewithal
for a Seder Bear in mind the
intricate transportation am
ments and the nationwide Hi i >il-
ffl of Jewish community re-
sources and manpower that go
into making possible Seder home
hospitality and on-post S
Give a thought to the devotion,
effort and warm-hearted spii I
: e tl ..-.:...> of JWB volunteers
and the little band I serv-
ices ?:t 'Id work< rs wh
nunitv Sed rs nd
Passover to t hot
ed vet* arts An
ft orps
[ sel nd consecrated Jew-
si pla at home ai
u II ti t\ el l tusands I
: ep r car
.... .......
ill gl< trails.
- *-( vend Ar.:;. passes ana
langi ..- bat eas to
I J< a ish GIs
... thej may : <-
" I..... I -
know and experier< w nt
" JWB s 35th Operal n Pass
jg an I :- 51
fort of its kind sine*
W rl I War tl. this
ald-wid lining
sing, shi]
" bil zat ? .. : .. :-. r way
- '.' smber
Just
than 50.000 pounds of Passover
foods matzoth, wine, ffefilta
: s) chicken, matzoth ball
soup. nuts, raisins and other
trimmings as well as thousands
of Haggadahs and greeting
cards were flown from JWB's
West Coast depot to Korea. Japan
and other Far Eas: points. The
Korean Air Command will deliv-
er the supplies to all fronts. Sim-
ilar shipments went from an East
Coast depot to troops stationed
in Europe, the Caribbean and the
Arctic. Specially packed boxes,
each, containing Passover sup-
plies for 20 men. were furnished
by JWB to the Navy and the
Military Sea Transportation Serv-
ice to provide for men who will
e on the high se..s at Seder
time Thou.-..:..:- i : individual
Passover I xes were forwarded
to Jewish men in isolated units
ibh to attend Sed-
ers When necessary, arrange-
:-..(:::- : made, to drop
sue ptei For
- Sedir.- .: I.,;., miliUrv :n-
- in this country, JWB
:r.. de available several thousand I have been sent ~t i55^!
frozen packaged seders, consisting j where they will k u hoPsh4l
of individual portions of fish, | public address Vv eard ovTI
chicken, vegetables and dessert^ Ready f0r ->slens. J
a- well as plastic dishes and j wherever Jew h~ COntWgen
Utt nsils. Passover recordings' (Continued on" and *
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RIDAY, APRIL 11. 1952
+Jewlsti thrHimr
PAut 5 B
'eb Chaim Stands Watch...
By DAVID J. EBIN
The "Id man refused to join
,', ,,t the Seder table. Reb
iiaim sat in his wheelchair, a-
K in the small room. Through
p onen windows, Israel's spring
in, wrapping Reb
cht < '"'P1
haim, his books and iron bed-
jpad mi darkness.
Before the open window he sat.
m' miped shawl about his
Moulders, he clutched tightly to
s chest >n one hand, while the
[hcr rested on the book in his
Outside, the vineyard-cover-
K'hilN rolled before his eyes,
!d fn;:n one of the few pine
re* in the garden below he
uld hear the stilling notes of
e lai' 0 now pointing their black
ars into the blue sky, the old
an painfully straightened his
ck. With an effort he drew his
ouiders back against the wheel-
air and in the covering silence,
hispered, "Tonight, I too stand
latch."
Across the hall he knew his
jr.ilv would be.seated at the
dcr table, leaning against the
ft cushions. He could picture
ieir "Id lined faces, the holiday
tr.es against their bent fig-
s. For all of them here at
rdes Hanna, between the great
ies of Tel Aviv and Haifa, were
aw with years and weariness.
re in the white building, he
td all the others were come to
t. t' eir last days made peace-
with small cares and the
n sun, And tonight, he knew
mchow the faces of the worn-
would be younger, the men'
es would sparkle. For, tonight
Pesach. were they' not all
irds and Ladies? Tonight they
puld leave slavery and, even
id age behind. But as for Reb
lhaim. .
Through the open-door he could
iar the sounds of chairs brought
ser to the table, voices warm
ith each other's company. And
the table cloth what special
ests wine filled glasses, like
jewels against the matzohs,
ps of clear salt water, and the
eens, the Charoses the magic
plate filled with remembrance.
How many years was it since he
had last sat at such a table?
Even now, the lonely decision
made, the night fast about him,
he sat and wondered to himself.
Was it possible that he, Reb
Chaim, only four short months
in Israel refused to observe the
Seder? After the painful journey
from Roumania, the years of de-
lay, waiting and hoping, how was
it possible? Somebody would
think that never once in the last
years, had his voice broken, when
on this very same night he closed
the Haggadah and said, "Le shan-
nah ha-baw be-Yirushalayim
New year in Jerusalem." It was-
n't a dream any longer. He was
here at last. And yet .
How could he tell them, his
newly made friends and the gen-
tle young Dr. Ariel and especially
Aviva, his nurse, who never
spoke to him but that her
young smile warmed his face?
No, he was feeling fine. The
injection which he had re-
ceived earlier in the day
had not made him weak. As he
thought of their pleadings to
make him join the rest and their
disappointment, his knotted, ar-
thritic hands clutched the smooth
wheels of his chair, slowly open-
ing, closing. How could he tell
them, especially these two sab-
ras, young people in a new land,
that Reb Chaim also had import-
ant work to do this night? They
moved, following the reading of
the Haggadah.
"Avadim hayinu le-Pharoh .
(Continued on Page 12 B)
V
would laugii at an old man stand-
ing watchand he hardly able to
move.

"Ha Lachma Anya ..." The
Seder had already started, the
old voices rising in the ancient
chant. "Behold, this is the bread
of affliction which our fathers
ate in the land of Egypt." Reb
Chaim thought of the Passover
nights, years ago in his small
town of Jassy. Then he too, sur-
rounded by his wife and three
boys in the dining room behind
the linen shop, would raise the
plate of matzohs and say the
same words. And during the days
of war. how many were the
times hiding in some cellar or in
a field beside some foreign road,
had he raised his hand to begin
the Seder, without a plate, with-
out matzohs?
Reb Chaim sat there and listen-
ed to the chanting. Only it seem-
ed to him more like some sweet
chorus in the memory of his
heart. But all the while, in his
watch before the window, his lips
ii
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PHONE 5-1422
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Phone 5-9940
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Sincere Wishes
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Phone 82-8057
G. A. WIGHT, Owner
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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"on this
Passover Holiday
the festival of liberation, we join people all over the world
wishing for Peace and Prosperity.
In our opinion, there is no better place in the world
for enjoying Peace and Prosperity than Miami Beach.
We have developed and are maintaining one of the
finest urban transportation systems anywhere in the world
andas has been so often declareda good transportation
system is absolutely essential for the growth and prosperity
of any community."
MenUami Bzach rtaUumy. fia.
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Isaac Loeb Peretz: Humanity's Observer
+Je1st> ftorkBM)___
> bv one author in a col- l
w o: the world's best stor-
ies is the famous Bontche
Schweig. Bontohe was a poor
porter who had been killed by.
I passing truck His death on
earth was unnoticed. All his life
he lived and suffered in silence
(Editor's Not*: The writer is of the Jew that Peretz seemed \v;-t.. ., was brought to Heaven.
;'!. sathor of munerous publish- to inspire appeared later in the ^ wa< however, warmlv wal-
ed articles dealing Krith Jewish memorable battle of the Warsaw corned Wheeled in a golden arm-
stibjaetsj Ghetto in which Jews with .... .. fists fought against th Abraham. His virtues were ex-
When Isaac Loeb Peretz died Nazi mifht. Finally, the gifted toUed to 5Ucrcme heights. The
By SAMUEL PASNER
GREETINGS
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MICKLER LI in v
REALTORS
^SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA Un N
Phone 4-6417
as the father of Yiddish liter*- himself was never an ardent dev- HVavenlv Court Bontche would
u:v Today his name is_recalled otee of ClinaMJSHi be porm'itted to have all that his
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
* IN LOS ANGELES ............................ IT'S MIKE LY
* IN CHICAGO........................... ,T, lt"*W*
* IN NEW YORK ..............................'Z..... ^X?
* IN MIAMI BEACH ITS ^Y
WOLFIKS
RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP
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HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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THE SURFSJDE REALTOR
5513 Harding Arenui
PHONE 86-1466
' Peret fell that ex- Still another of the stories of
relied atist Ei< -. 1 Pereti mifht be especiallv worth
" latins not only because of its
>? revelation of interest but also because of its
- I- ( -- various times, ,. D
t, ,| s his ewatest production How- Um*u Passover
he is most sue- season. Tle story is called The
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
DISCRIMINATING GOURMETS DINE AT
BROUSSARD'S
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OVERLOOKING THE BLUE WATERS OF THE ATLANTIC M
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CLOSED MONDAYS

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as a si -teller
S a st rj
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his
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Magician. It dt.:- with a ma-
i Continued OH P-ge '.'. B
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>A Y.APRIL 11, 1952
+JMt*il IhriHifi
PAGE7ff
L Passover A Family Holiday ...
By HAROLD EIDLIN
candles will glow brightly ; participation by the ?amily could
inere De than when in the open-
ing moments of the Seder the
head of the house lifts the dish
containing the bone and the egg
and is joined in holding it by
all at the table?
Further evidence, if it is need-
ed, that the theme of the Pass-
over meal is a common sharing
of the food, is provided by the
ancient belief that the original
purpose of the opening of the
door during Seder was to permit
the participants inside the house
to call in the hungry people from
the streets.
One of the most pleasant things
about the Seder are the children.
Who has not been touched by the
wide-eyed wonderment of the
children at the Seder table? Who
has not flushed with pride as the
youngest lad present rises to ask
the four questions? Indeed, were
it not for these questions, how
could the head of the house re-
count the story of the Exodus?
Even the hallowed tradition of
the hiding and seeking of the
afikomen has the warm glow of
a family affair.
Its original purpose, we are
told, was to provide a little game
for the children as a means of
keeping them awake during the
long Seder service.
jilver candelabra. The tes-
table will be piled high with
k to eat. And the lamily will
From near and far they
ave come to play a part in
elebration,
r,t is how it will be this Pass-
im millions of Jewish homes
ughuiit the world. For that is
it has been for more than
[.vill not matter that what
;s to eat will depend upon
l things even economics
Docale. What will be impor-
s that the family will be
Ithont it, there would be no
over.
Bebiaud with unbroken reg-
y for more than 30 centur-
Passovcr is one of the oldest
Jrals known to civilized man.
|e course of time many things
brning the festival and the
r have undergone changes.
Tone thing that has never
eed is the central theme of
(holiday, namely, that the
meal is to be eaten in
non by all the members of
amily.
strong was this belief in
leal times that the ancient
'lit*- scribes wrote that any-
Iber of the family who failed
prticipate in the meal would
eeim-d to have "cut himself
rom his people."
^thing as drastic as that is
or thought, today. But
fcne how bleak would be the
without the family to help
|e celebration!
ere is an interesting theory
[the original purpose of the
hal meal was to solidify the
lof kinship, infuse new life
Irenew the bonds of mutual
pet ion among the family,
modern Seder accomplish-
least the first two of these
fctives.
i one is overlooked in today's
bration. Every member of
family is provided with an
Jadah of his own so that he
follow and, in fact, read for
keif the wonderful saga of
(exodus of the Jews from
pt. Each member of the fam-
performs his own sanctifica-
in the spilling of the wine,
lying the ten plagues visit-
pon the Egyptians. And ev-
nember of the family is given
|at a small Diece of matzoh
bitter herbs and charoseth.
Hat more complete symbol of
Haddad Lauds American Jewry's Effort
For Israel; Points To Housing Shortage
Israel's hundreds of thousands of new immigrants have been
helped by American Jewiy's support of the United Jewish Appeal
to win freedom from fear and oppression" but they are still a long
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* Jew'*/? thrkkan
FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1952
T,
I HE WEEK had been a busy one.
There was always so much to do in
preparation for Pesach. But now there
was only the matter of storing away
the every-day dishes and taking down
from the very top shelf the special
dishes she used once a year for the
week of Passover. Esther loved the
holiday, for then her sons and their
wives came to visit and there was
laughter and gaiety in her usually
quiet and well-ordered little apart-
ment. Not that she didn't see her
children often: she visited them regu-
larly and they did not neglect her.
They were very devoted to their moth-
er and contributed generously to her
support. On this holiday, however, she
insisted upon the role of host. She ar-
gued that on the first night of Pesach
their place was at her table, in her
home, which she stubbornly maintain-
ed in spite of her children's protests
that she ought no longer to live alone
but to make her home with them.
"My home is my palace", she would
laughingly tell them, "and I like to be
a queen. It's not for nothing that I'm
called Esther!"
Tomorrow she would complete her
elaborate cooking the gefillte fish,
the roast chickens, the clear soup with
the delectable matzo dumplings which
she concoted so expertly. But now
there was the matter of the dishes.
Yes, thought Esther, Pesach was her
own personal holiday the Festival
of Freedom Could it mean so much
to others as it meant to her, she won-
dered as she dried each delicate dish
carefully with slow, caressing move-
ments. She felt the tiny, raised flowers
of the old-fashioned rosebud and for-
get-me-not design and felt a hot sen-
sation surge through her. Her lumin-
ous, soft brown eyes filled with tears.
The quiet, simple kitchen seemed to
flow away and she found herself in
another kitchen, in another home,
many years ago, on another Spring
morning .
W" THAT fine spring morning the
bright young man had brought those
dishes to her kitchen door. How could
she turn him away when he had offer-
ed her that beautiful set of Austrian
Limoge dinner tree? All she had to do,
the young man smartly explained, was
to sell a hundred "chances" at 25c each
arid that \ovely *et would be hervl
^ l"Oly buy 9r ot tbo<- hundrm
Friday morning she was up before
the sunlight filtered through the tene-
ment window. She had slept hardly
at all for her inner excitement. Fin-
ally the pert salesman arrived, healing
the precious load. She was ready to
hug him. "Here's your money," Esther
exulted triumphantly. "I told you I'd
do it in a week. Now let's have those
dishes!"
"Madam, they're yours. Here they
are one hundred and eight pieces
right in this box. Count 'cm, and,
furthermore. Madam, let's lift up this
little blue tag at the top of the card,
so. Ah, number 24. Who picked num-
ber 24? Mrs. Stein, the grocer's wife?
Fine, now I'll deliver this other set to
her. You're certainly a good saleslady.
Madam!"
E
STHER was too enraptured with her
treasure to pay him heed. She heard
him but dimly and briefly thought of
rushing over to the grocery store to
congratulate Mrs. Stein, but dismissed
the idea. That could wait. Now she
could think only of the beautiful, and
altogether delightful array before her.
Tears of joy flooded here eyes :\ \
she tenderly polished each dish before
placing it in the kitchen cabinet. Over
and over again she felt tin- raised de-
sign. 1 must be crazy. Rhi> thnuulit. to
%*- cu-l..-*. But 1 cun't
Von could dream
Aultn,iG4 IIv H'ii> Malakoff
(Editor's Note: Betty Malakoff is
the administrative secretary of Temple
Beth Sholom. Previously, she icas en-
gaged for a number of years in Jewish
administrative and secretarial fields m
New York. She has published articles
and stories in the Anglo-Jewish Press
and has been on the staff of The Nation.
The Twentieth Century Fund, The
United Service for New Americans and
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Mrs.
Malakoff is the wife of Milton S. Mala-
koff. area manager for the American
Financial arid Development Corpora-
tion for Israel. They have two child-
ren, Marion Sue, a senior at Reed Col-
lege, Portland, Oregon, and Fred, a
sophomore at Miami Beach Senior
High School.)
ful little vase and some artificial flow-
ers. She could hear him now. his voice
a sharp, thin knife, cutting into her
consciousness.
"Esther, who told you you could
buy such foolishness? Where did you
k-i ti,- paoiwyT"
Betty Malakoff
"Answer me, you little cheat, where
did you get the money?" Even you
know it doesn't grow on trees."
"O. Sam. please, I saved it. I saved
it for ,-i few weeks from the moi ey you
in.- every week. O, Sam, please
don't be angry. I only wanted a little
something to brighten things up."
Sao. l.iUKlifd. II -in lo K-tli. i Hie
wardly, as she heard Sam's invectives
searing into her. She felt hot waves
of shame, but kept her eyes closed.
It was easier that way. She couldn't
bear to See Sam's blue eyes, cold with
scorn, his strong, white teeth flash in
sarcastic laughter, the nostrils of his
straight, long nose dilating, his tall
physique bent to her threatingly. Of-
ten in moments like these she won-
dered if she would have married him
if he hadn't been so handsome. She-
wondered if it hadn't been for the fact
that she had been so young and alone
in the world, an orphan dependent on
the bounty of her poverty-stricken
uncle, whether she would have mis-
taken Sam's jealous passion for her
for love. She had not often felt at
ease with him; she had sometimes
wished he'd laugh more often. But
th the way of men in America. Perhaps,
she- had hoped, after they were married
and had a home with pretty pictures
and little knick-knacks, he'd be gay
and cheerful. But as the dull, drud-
gery-fiUed years plodded on. Esther
realized that when Sam berated her
and called her vile names because she
smiled at the mailman or the milkman
that Sam's love for her and his insane
jealousy were so intermingled, they
were one and the same thing. Even
her attendance on the children in his
presence filled him with fury. Often
she had though of leaving him, but in
fright and helplessness, she had pushed
such thoughts away .
MND NOW she pushed away her
thoughts again and busied herself with
the dishes, the household chores and
getting the Friday night dinner ready.
She wanted to take lots of time setting
the table this evening. She wanted to
take extra time with her toilette, so
she could be "a good match for the
dishes." I'll put one of those artificial
roses in my hair, so everything will
match nicely and maybe Sam will be
pleased this time, she thought as she
bustled about. Her eyes shone with
nervous excitement when she heard
his key in the door and rushed anx-
iously to greet him.
'"What's going on here?" Sam's tired,
suspicious voice stopped the beating of
her heart. -What's all the decoration
far?" He pointed to the flower in her
black hair.
Oe. Sixi. you'll mof. you'll ,. Ifm
"That's just it, Sam, I didn't buy
them! They were free! Sit down and
I'll tell you how it happened. You
see, last Friday, just a week ago it
was, this young man came around with
the dishes and told me if I sold a card
of a hundred 'chances' I could have this
set free. Wasn't it a wonderful op-
portunity and aren't they beautiful and
don't you think it was pretty fast work,
selling the whole card in only a week?
I didn't have any trouble and Mrs.
Stein won the other set, and Sam, they
are lovely, aren't they?"
As she rushed through her explana-
tion, Esther watched her husband's
face anxiously. She could feel the
warmth leaving her own face as she
saw the streaks of lightning in his
eyes, his lips straighten into a tight
line. Slowly he lifted himself from
his chair; he grasped the flower in
her hair and flung it to the floor.
"You, you cheap little bitch," he hiss-
ed at her. "How dared you let a
strange man into this house? How dar-
ed you peddle chances from door to
door? What else did you do behind
my back, you slut!" Sam's voice was
now a strident scream. He snatched a
dish off the table and smashed it to
bits on the floor. "I'll teach you to
entertain salesmen in my house!" He
raised his arm to slap her, broke off
at the petrified fear in her eyes and
ran out of the house.
It was several minutes before Esther
could cry. She cried quietly and won-
dered why she didn't scream with rage
and fear. As she wept and swept up
the fragments of the broken dish, she
knew she would leave him. The years
of unavailing effort to make a success
of her marriage crowded before her
ten years of tortuous quarreling, of
endless fear. Suddenly she was no
longer afraid; she was no longer the
"greenhorn" from Vienna whom Sam
had married. Suddenly she realized
that life with Sam had made her a
mature woman.' Somehow, she felt she
could ..fend, for herself nd her two
children. She'd be', a saleslady; hadn't
. she done a fine job with the "chances"?
Suddenly she felt brave and strong.
She realized that everything there was
to'fear she'had already experienced
and she was no longer frightened .
she felt free for the first time in ten
years .
/
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they're beautiful," she breathed.
You could set your table with such
dishes, thought Esther, and forget for
a while your poverty, your drab, dis-
illusioned existence; you could forget
the agony of trying to make ends meet
on the meager allowance Sam gave
you ..
Sam Sam brought Esther back
to harsh reality. Perhaps she had bet-
ter send the young man and his dishes
away. She was sure her husband
wouldn't approve. She remembered
when they were married and she had
wanted a set of pretty dishes then, he
had told her, "A workingman's wife
can't afford such fanciness. Plain,
white dishes are good enough. I have
all 1 can do to earn enough for some-
thing to put into dishes."
Oh. but these are free, Esther ration-
alized. Perhaps Sam won't mind. Per-
haps he'll even be pleased ... I won't
even ask him; I'll sell the chances sec-
retly and be needn't know until after
I've sold them all, and then, why then
I'll just surprise him!
"I'll do it," she agreed eagerly, and
through her mind rushed one neighbor
after another in the tenement house
where she lived. She saw her "chanc-
es" sold in a week and these lovely
dishes gracing her table. She smiled
dreamily as she imagined herself a
proud hostess, beaming and happy as
her guests admired her exquisite dish-
es. "Where did you get those lovely
dishes, Esther? Did you bring them
with you from the old country?" She
could hear them so plainly. She'd
simply smile mysteriously, she thought,
and answer with quiet dignity, "They
are lovely, aren't they. I'm so glad
you like them."
You could dream, when you washed
such dishes and dried the rosebuds and
forget-me-nots, of the old country, of
gay Vienna; you could imagine your-
self rich and beautiful, wearing soft,
silken gowns, and flowers in your
hair .
"Oh, yes, yes," she repeated tremu-
lously, "I'll do it? I'll have those
'chances' sold in a week. Please come
back next Friday with tfie dishes,
young man."
That week was a feverish, exciting
one for Esther. To the corner grocery,
to the butchershop, to the drug store,
to very neighborhood store where she
wag known, Esther brought her card
of "chances"; she called on every ten-
ant in the building and before the ap-
pointed time she had the hundred
tickets sold.
are exactly the coloi ol Sam's :"
A vise seemed to clutch at her heart,
as it always did when she thought of
Sam. All week she had brushed away
the little voice within that kept asking
her, "What will Sam say?" Now she
couldn't push it aside. "Please God,"
she begged, "this time let Sam be
pleased."
And now the little rosebuds remind-
ed her of the temper tantrum Sam had
had when she had purchased a color-
'" hide her fear, hoping to avoid
scene.
"Esther, for me you don't have to
to make things cheerful." When Sam's
sensuous mouth curled into one of his
sarcastic smiles, Esther blanched. She
knew that no matter what she would
say, no matter how she would react,
there'd be a scene. Even when she
would keep silent, her very silence
would send him into a rage. She tried
desperately to think of something to
say.

n't. Believe i, it took lots <>:
haggling with tli' the
few iints. Sam, please, you know how
hard it is already for me to manage."
"And how many times have I told
you not to talk to peddlers, you cheap
little flirt. How many times have I told
you to mir.d your own business? I'll
teach you to haggle with peddlers!"
E
STHER closed her eyes. Why didn't
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Aren't they beautiful? Don't you like
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"Never mind dinner, Esther. First
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. Vf. IWWiom so many
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PAGE 10 B
The Cohens Of The United Nations
Bv ARTHUR LEWIS
There is no doubt about it I ol the Bn at to be taken
the Coher.s. outnumber the Kel- on, ar.d one ol the last to leavi
lys hen although the Maliks are He was appointed assist nt gen-
. blv predominent. For in- eral counsel of the Public V>
\ phonebook, AdministraUon in 1933, and hi
ns are listed, and only signed as Counsellor ol thi 5
Kelly. Actu I i is no Department in 1947. His
Malik in this secretariat directory, fourteen years in publics,
but three Mai -> was prol e to the fact that
ic last Assembly in he was ., bachelor and was not so
Jacob ol thi easily lured bv the lucral
"i private business as son
nd H. S. of India. his otl er colleagues.
Still, i Cohi :is hold one rec- He returned to his private law
:. would be difficult I usiness, but the administration
beat two Benjamin Co- could not do without him. Ever
ling to the confusion at sjnce 1948, he has received suc-
Unit< Nations oj r eiving cessive appointments as an alter-
eaoh others' mail, being mistaken nativ* representative of the Unit-
for each other, and even get- l ed States delegation at each of
ting into each others' biographies. : the United Nations Assemblies.
Thev are Benjamin V. Ci h n, the Although not a great debater (his
perennial alternate delegate of [forte is obviously that of the ad-
the United States, and Benjamin J yiser. tne backroom man), Mr.
A. Cor.', 11. the Chilean journalist Cohen is liked by everyone, and I
;.r.d diplomat, who is Assistant have heard more than one secre-
Secretary General of the United!tary refer to him as that "sweet
N itions. old man."
Of course, they know each Public Relation?
other: it would be almost impos- I r^ie other Benjamin Cohen is
s:ble for them not to be brought I bouncing extrovert, who would
together in the course of their as s00 ,;]ap vou on lne back as \
work, but if it had not been for ) sv-ake vour hand. As such he is j
this, it would be douotful if they the p(.ffpct pub]ic relations offi-
would havi net foi Benjamin \.,ce,. for -he United Nations, and
Coher. is so shy. he is almost a that ,. u....,, he js for ne is As.
recluse. Yet. this is the terrible j sjstam Secretary General in
Mr. Cohen who used to send | charge of the Department of In-
shudders down the backs ol tne : rrmation v.ere.
SSSSSMSI 'You can say th,s about me."
-.humping radical by the j he once told a reporter. "I like to
itnittncridifrr
I can find time. I enjoy living,
and I'm an optimist, and I tninK
the world is getting better, de-
spite fears to the contrary.
Although he is short and heav-
ily built, he is nevertheless light
on his feet and a good dancer.
With his large flesl v face, his
sallow complexion, B< njamin A-
is Latin looking as Bi
jan in V. C typically
American in appearani
nt Secretary Gen-
eral was born in Chile ol parents
who came from Russia but was
educated partly in the l
States, al the School ol F 1
Service in Go g< I >wn University,
.'. Ington, D.C. For eleven
I was ., dashing, daring
reporter, who ar riddled
bv built ts while covering a strike,
before, as he says. lx Ulg '
ged into diplomacy." His first for-
eign assignment was to Washing-
ton, and from being a lowly sec-
ond secretary there, he rose post
bv post until he became Chilean
Ambassador to Bolivia and later |
to Venezuela during the war
years.
A chain smoker, and an omni-
(Continued 011 Page 14 B)
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Benjamin V Coher. was one of j
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with Thomas G. Corcoran drafted
such c< 1 "' >ial New Deal leg-
Btion : the Securities and Ex-
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H' ldir.g Company Act. and the
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Later, he played the same kind '
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conferences, including the Bret-
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when Mr. Byrnes became Secre-
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Born in Muncie, Indiana, Mr,
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Chicago and Harvard Law School
1 3 admitted to the Illini
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two years old. From 1919 to 1921.
hi acted as counsel for the Amer- |
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conferences in London and Fai
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FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1952
.
. Chosen Pearls For Passover
By RABBI NAPHTALI HOROWITZ
|good STRATEGY
A poor artisan saved up, out of his meager earnings, as much
is he could during the year in order to provide his family with the
[ecessaries on Passover.
A few days before Passover he took his scanty savings to mar-
aud spent all of it for a chicken, eggs, wine and other things
IThcn he came home, his wife angrily argued with him-
What's the idea of spending money on these things smart
Week? If you did go to market, why didn't you buy matzoth and
potatoes, which are far more important?"
Don't worry," her husband said to her. "Everything will be
Bll right."
He then went to the head of the congregation and told him that
didn't have any money for matzoth and potatoes for Passover
nc next day these things arrived at his home.
You see!" he triumphantly told his wife. "Now, if I had asked
kem for winje, eggs and poultry, they would have told me that I
an get along without them. But since I asked for potatoes and
natzoth they must give them to me."
?
JETTER THAN MOSES
There was a rich skinflint in town who refused to give his
ontribution even for matzoth. The head of the community per-
listcd. however, until the niggard finally came across with a dona-
Son. Thereupon the head of the community said:
"1 can now boast that I am a bigger man than Moses. Moses
ncicly drew water from a stone, but I drew money from a stone."
*
ABSOLVED
A Rabbi once noticed a wealthy miser performing the ceremony
turning his pockets inside out on the Eve of Passover in order
H< t lid of all the chometz. The Rabbi called out to him:
"Mister, you are absolved from this deed."
Why?" asked the parsimonious man in astonishment.
"Because," replied the clever Rabbi, "you are a Jew only up to
lour pockets."

500D HOLIDAY
A Rabbi once visited a rich miser to get a donation from him for
charitable cause. The miser turned the Rabbi down. At parting
he Rabbi said: "Good holiday to you!"
Astounded, the miser remarked: "As far as I knowtoday is
\o holiday!"
"Well," the Rabbi said smilingly, "when I leave you without
ettinu any contribution from you, it's surely a holiday to vou "
PROVIDENCE
Rabbi Mendele Rimonower. Jived in dire poverty. All the money
ic got from his chassidic followers he distributed among the poor.
His son, too, found it extremely difficult to make ends meet, but
lim the Rabbi gave just enough to keep body and soul together.
A chassidic legend has it that the son once asked his father
^hy the latter paid very little attention to his needs while the bulk
' his attention went to others.
"My son," Rabbi Mendele replied, "if I were to meet all your
equipments I am afraid you will perhaps forget the necessity of
plying upon Providence."
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(Continued from Page 6 B)
gician who came to a small town
a short time before Passover No
one was able to determine from
where that man had come. When
questioned, he would at times
disappear miraculously. Finally,
he rented a hall to display his
art. To the amazement of the
spectators, he would swallow
burning coal, draw many colored
ribbons out of his mouth, throw
out of his boots numerous living
turkeys, pour out of his hands
whole plates filled with golden
coins and toss out of the air
many Sabbath loaves and breads.
People wondered how a man able
to do all of this still remained
penniless.
While the magician was in the
town, Chaim-Yone, a former
wealthy lumber merchant who
had lost all his money, began to
think of what to do for Passover.
He spurned the offers of neigh-
bors for help and asserted that
he had faith in God as his pro-
vider lor Passover. His wife,
Rrfke-Bele, after a frantic search
throughout the house, found only
one object of value, a silver
spoon. Her husband, however,
decided to sell this spoon to give
the money to the poor who, as
he said, had a prior claim.
Finally, Passover came. Chaim-
Yone entered a dark, dim home,
where there was not a sign of
the Seder. Poverty-stricken, he
had been unable to furnish even
the food needed that night. Nev-
ertheless, he urged his wife not
to mourn, but to help him recite
the Haggadah in a happy tune.
Suddenly, the door opened and
an unannounced guest entered.
Told that no seder had been
prepared, this guest announced
he had brought his own seder.
Indeed, at the sound of his voice
and motions of his hands, silver
candlesticks, snow-white table-
cloths, couches and footstools ap-
peared; and, soon afterwards,
wine, matzos and even haggad-
ahs with golden borders. Chaim-
Yone and his wife saw the ma-
gician before them with all his
skill. They rushed to the Rabbi
to ask if they might partake in
such a seder. Told to participate
if only reality developed out of
the magic, they returned to their
home. The magician was gone,
but the fable was set and adorn-
ed, and a splendid seder was in
store for them to enable them to
enjoy a genuinely happy Pesach
holiday. Then they realized that
the magician was none other than
Elijah the prophet.
Such are some of the stories
in the prose and poetry of Per-
etz, the writer whom Maurice
Samuel described as the Prince
of the Ghetto.
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PAGE 12 B
+Je*lsl>ncrktiar,
Reb Chaim Stands Watch; Waits For Son
To Arrive In Israel, Land Of Promise
(Continued from Page 5 B)
We were slaves unto Hharoah in
F.gvpt. And the Lord, our God.
took us out from there with a
strong hand and an outstretched
;ri." It was all true and in the
darkness he nodded his head. For
many years of pair, and it was
not to be admitted, there were
times when he had wished for
death he too had been in
slavery,
There was that black day in
the Egvpt of Rumania, in 1945.
when for the first time he saw
his family again. But of his fam-
ily, there was only Bcla. Bela.
the youngest, the child he used
to call Baruch. The others were
r.o more. And yet certainly it
was the long, outstreched arm of
the Holy One Blessed Be He,
that one day set him on the boat
in Constanza for the voyage to
Haifa. Had he not said the same
thing to Bela? And he smiled
when he thought of his son's pa-
tient silence.
As if he. Reb Chaim, didn't
know that across the waters in
America, friends and brothers
gave their love and money to a ,
great organization called the'
United Jewish Appeal, so that he j
might make his way to freedom.
Was he not now living in Pardes
Hanna, with medicine for his
twisted limbs and food for his j
tired body, because they did not i
forget even the old? Foolish Bela.
to think that all this help was
not Ha-Kadosh Baruch-hu's |
mighty arm.
Foolish, dear Bcla "Bechol
cor ve-dor" ... In every genera-
tion one ought to regard himself
as if he had personally come out
of Egypt. As it is said: "And
:hou shalt tell thy son on that
day, saying: This is on account
(if what he did for me when I j
went forth from Egypt!" If he
could only tell Bela tonight. If '
Bela were only here with him I
now. Then they both might sit''
at the Seder Table, and he would |
not have to stand watch, saying
these words to the lonely night.
But Bela he knew was in Ru-
mania, working and slaving un-
, der the new taskmasters, the new
Pharoahs. Even as they said
goodbye at the docks, before he
hoarded the boat, he pleadtd with
Baruch to take his place.
If only he were here now. he
would hear the name of his child-
hood, Baruch. "blessed" once a-
gain and for all time. But Bela
. would not take his place on the
: boat. It really started when the
quota for those to be taken from
Rumania. was made known.
, There was only room for one of
1 them. All the arguments and
finally the tears were of no use. I
But by rights Bcla should be'
' in Zion now. For Reb Chaim it
I seemed as if there weren't enough
time, enough room, enough mon-
ey, always some terrible choice i
to be made. Bcla belonged here. |
Here he could make a new home, j
Perhaps, who knows, these same
friends in America who had help-
ed him, would not forget that
Bela was still in slavery. Per-1
haps, who knows, he would meet'
Aviva. his nurse, so filled with
life and they would one day j
marry. Perhaps .
Reb Chaim sat there, and
though his thoughts tried to fix
then.selves like a magnet on his ;
absent son. his tired body relaxed :
till his eyes closed in sleep. In
the room there was only the
sound of the distant Seder.
Behind his wheelchair, a girl
in white starched uniform tip-
toed into the room. She listened i
to his even breath and then quiet- j
ly walking to the open window.
GREETINGS
closed it. In the beam of her
flashlight she saw the book on
his lap. As she started to lilt
the book, her eyes in the waver-
ing light caught the <>P,n PaKe
And then from the Bible on Reb
ms lap She read. "Lei Shi-
murim ... It was a night of
watching Ul to the Lord for
bringing them out of the land of
| of watching unto the Lord for
Egypt: this same night is a night
all the children throughout the
generations."
She left the look with Reb
Chaim and as quietly as she
came, she left.
And there in Pardes Hanna,
j Reb Chaim sat and watched and
waited. And he dreamed that
soon in the blessed springtime,
Baruch andfA*fiva would be Ti-i
gi tin r in Israel. He dreamed of
a strong land"iJnd an outstretch-
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9IDA Y.APRIL 11. 1952
*Jewisiincrictra>n
Idfaden, Zunser, Composers Of
Music; Spread National Ideal
PAGE 13 B
ewish
By F. NIBUR
jhe two most popular composers of Jewish folk music who
r lived, flourished in Eastern Europe and America during the
hall of the nineteenth and the early years of the twentieth
tun. One of them, Abraham Goldfaden, who was born in south-
Russia in 1840 and died in New York in 1908, was the father
he Yiddish theatre and the Yiddish operetta. At least one of his
the lullaby, Raisins and
problems, gave expression to
what was in their minds and
hearts.
The EasJ Side
. Zunser, who was born in 1836,
in Vilna, and died in New York
in 1913, a year before the out-
break of the first World War,
spent the last twenty-odd years
of his life here in the United
States. To American Jews it
should be a source of pride that
this man with kind little eyes,
gray beard and spare, short fig-
ure who toward the end ran a
little printing shop on the East
Side, was among us so many
years, shared the bitter strug-
gles of the immigrant to gain an
economic foothold in the New
World and created here some of
his finest songs.
In the last verse of Shivath Zi-
on, the song written in 1884, in
honor of the Biluim, the Jewish
students who were the first pi-
oneers in Palestine, the song
which became so potent a factor
in spreading the Zionist ideal
during an entire generation, Zun-
ser expressed the belief that the
names of these students "will en-
dure like Ezra's unto the last
days." If so, his name, too, should
endure. Among those who are
to find a niche in the Hall of
Fame of Zionist immortals, which
no doubt will soon be set up in
the state of Israel, would it not
be proper to include this chalutz
in song, this singer of Jewish re-
demption, the humble badchan
from Vilna, Eliakum Zunser?
---------- and
nunds which is included in
Bihlicul opera Shulamith, be-
ne one of the best-known Jew-
_ folk songs of all time, a song
which millions of Jewish moth-
both in Europe and America
rock their children to
(. other was only a singer
ii' stef of ceremonies at Jew-
weddings in Russia at the lat-
h..'; ol the nineteenth cen-
. Yet lie achieved a popular-
no, among millions of
fis in and out of Russia match-
by only a handful of other
Ls'dunng that long period and
Irwards. Scores of his Lieder,
which he wrote both the
hi.- and the music, became the
[j(U> of expression, the out-
ting m song, for three gen-
lions of East European Jew-
m< n and women. Through
they voiced their sorrows
hopes, their longings and as-
Itions and their humble self-
:ism as well.
U! ne was Eliakum Zun-
Singer Of Redemption
t< n on Saturdays, as the Sab-
Day would fade out, Jews
lie! intone the sweet melan-
llv strains of Rochel Mivago al
Beho (Rachel Weeps Over Her
(dun) those children who
oi ce so happy in their own
i\ here they had lawgivers,
i and prophets of their own,
v. i re now scattered over the
if the earth and were every-
hated and oppressed. To
their own troubles they
|ht .suddenly burst into the
ei ful strain* of Die Soche, that
rated song in praise of faamr
1 which winds up with a bless-
I for the iaily Palestine pion-
who had really dug into the
equally famous Shiv-
Zion. that stirring song of
in ption in which Mother Zi-
hnok-.nj-through the windows
nti desolate house, sees the
irn of her long-absent child-
ar.d gives vent to her joy, a
v.>. ise words seem too time-
lit this moment of the Great
irn
li they mi^ht be in the mood
I N Dem Neisten, Jhurnal,
)er Aristocrat, Elegie Leven-
~>r Alter Foter, that heart-
aking lament of an old father
out by his children, or the
American songs: Dos Gold-
Land and Der Peddler or
Wren's ditties like Der Zumer
Di m Vinter and Die Shtok
they had enough time on
rands, they might regale
nselves with that lengthy bal-
' ihe Haskalah period, of
birth of the Russian-Jewish
(htenment and its disappoint-
ith of persecution ar.d
"ins, Der Neinzehnter Yahr-
lert.
Imser was so intensely Zionist
luse he was so intensely Jew-
and he was so intensely Jew-
loecause he was so intensely
Wn. That is why the Jewish
Bes, the ordinary folk, loved
songs so much. Reared in
poverty as is today almost
iceivable, with an educa-
only slightly more than that
B average Jew of his place
age, he was one with the
'on folks, he shared their
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To 150,000 GIs
(Continued from Page 4 B)
en may be at Passover time, JWB
has also provided supplies for
unexpected GI Passover guests
who may arrive at overseas
points with replacement units
just before Passover, as well as
for Jewish men participating in
maneuvers at various points in
this country.
The Jewish chaplain is the key
figure in Operation Passover.
Long before the first Seder, the
Jewish chaplains overseas will
have been busy at supply depots,
arranging transportation and
housing for the GI congregants,
conferring with their non-Jewish
colleagues in the chaplaincy and
doing the hundreds of little jobs
that will make the GI Seder a
beautiful experience. Non-Jew-
ish chaplains, briefed by their
Jewish colleagues and well-stock-
ed with JWB supplies, will pinch-
hit where a Jewish chaplain is
not available. In this country,
full-time and part-time Jewish
chaplains serving at more than
500 installations will conduct
Seders in camps ar.d nearby com-
munities where 260 local JWB
armed services committees and
JWB field workers have been
busy for weeks preparing com-
munity-wide Seders and home
hospitality. Similar arrange-
ments have been made by chap-
lains and JWB hospital commit-
tees in VA hospitals.
When the Jews of America sit
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PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
TO ALL
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down to the Seder table this year
they can draw comfort from the
knowledge that their loved ones
in uniform or in VA hospitals
will simultaneously be ushering
in the Passover wherever they
may be: in squad tents, make-
shift chapels, mess halls, quon-
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men's centers and USO clubs, a-
board ships at sea, at embarka-
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ity Centers and in hospital wards.
PHONE 9-4325
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Sales 8c Service on
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GREETINGS
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Phone 58-1544
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Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
460 N.W. 79th Street Ph. 78-2516
600 N. W. 10th Street
EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
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Telephone 3-6332
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Rader Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
115 duPont Building Phone 9-4741
Miami. Florida
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From the Tall Com Country
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Packers of
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Florida Representatives
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Offices: 24 N. W. 7th Street. Miami ,
Phone 3-5463
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Phone 3-8289
Distributors
Miami Provision Company
1062 N. W. 22nd Street
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raiDAY. APRIL
Cohens Of The
United Nations
(Cpiitiiiued from Page 10 B)
Vorous reader (ho reads a book;
lay ar.d has a library of fifteen
I ousand volumes in his homo at
Quilque. a small town near Val- |
paraiso), Mr. Cohen once ex-
pressed his credo as the chief
public relations officer of the
United Nations by saying: "Any
reporter who wants to know any-
thing can come to sec me and call
me Ben."
Other Cohens
What about the other Cohens at
the United Nations?
Then' is Myer Cohen, a thick-
set genial man, who somehow
I ten years "f university
education. He studied at Swarth-
more and Yale as well as Cam-
bridge University in England, and
received, from Yale, the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy in Interna-
tional Relations.
Since escaping from college, he
. had a successful career in
such humanitarian international
ganization as UNRRA and t i
International Refugei Organiza-
tion. He rose to bo assistant Di-
rector General of the latter and
now that it has folded, he has
en appointed t'1 n officer
Assistance B..
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Wednesday & Friday from
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WTTT 1490 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M.
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Director
NORMAN R. LYONS
Newscaster ana Historical
Narrator
stories of the secretariat building
will be needed for documents.
There are the ladies too. Anne
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before joining the youngest of -ill Vka !
ago. Edna Co-:the United Nations C*
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I FRIDAY, APRIL Hi 1852
LEGAL NOTICE

k -
PAGE 15 3
|,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tiFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148290 ~-
11A N N A I'A It CENTER,
Plaintiff,
-.luainst-
u ri r JULIO CARPENTER,
I vfrndnnt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
[, DeW'ITT JULIO CARPENTER.
HCA Engineer, Code I27A, Pearl
Harbor Naval Shipyard Navy
--!:'-, I'M '.'>., San Francisco,
i .11iI<>i nia
rebj notified that a Hill of
hi f'r Divorce haw been filed
t you, and you are required to
iP t) ropy of your Answer or Plead-
ii |n the BUI f Complaint on the
, attorney, Arthur j.
l-cil ST, 922 Seybold Building. Mi-
nn Florida, and file the original
,u Pleading in the office of
U nf the Circuit Court on or
the 17th day of April. 1932. If
I to do so. judgment by default
taken against you for the re-
manded in the Kill of Com-
j-1:11:1 > v
In
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N-,>,-,. ,N*ME LAW
11.ui. i aunty. Florida
TELEVISION KH.M
MAX R, 8,lvUICE8 ,MC
m5eyUrBAuVJdVnTt
Miami. Florida
S/28 4/4-11-18
Court of
\rt
rf"
rill 1
Hi
rx \\: AND OHDKltEll at Miami.
Ida, thla isth day of March. 1952.
E. IS. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Hade County, Florida
Circuit Court Seal)
By Deputy Clerk
,i:i urn .i. august
Attorney for I'laintiff
S \ hold Kuilding
ml, Florida
:'!-: 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 14827G
lOSKPII JAMES COSTELI.O.
Plaintiff
\ s.
IVIAN coSTELLO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|| \ IVIAN COKTELIA)
North 2nd Street
I'liiladelphia, Pennsylvania
n hereby notified that a Hill
Complaint for Divorce has been
>l against you, and you are re-
red lo serve a cop} of your Ans-
ni Pleading to the Kill of Corn-
mi the Plaintiff's Attorney,
i Robbins, .'in? Congress ituitd-
Mlaml, Florida and file the orlg-
Ai Hwer or Pleading iii the of-
i the Clerk of the Circuit Cflurt
ire the 22nd day of April.
II you fail to do so, Judgment
il.failll will be taken against you
n lief demanded in the inn
'oinplii ml.
II1K.NK AND ORDERED at Miami.
thla 18th day ..f March, a.i>.
B, B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Hade County. Florida.
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
IPXEY ROBBINS
for Plaintiff
ongroei Building
land, Florida
-L". 4'4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
bualnesa
,, GEORGE J. WEISBaim
RICHARD E. OKRSTE1N
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Fla.
3/28 -4/4-11-13
NOTICE UNDER F4CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HI HAT THAI I.Kit PARK, at 11380
Blscayne Blvd., Dade Countv, Florida
intend to register said name with the
( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WALTER E. RINCK
RUTH E. RINCK
SIDNEY RORBINS
Attorney for Applicant
507 Congress liuilding
Miami, Fia.
3/28 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
..l.!n.,'.s" ""der the fictitious name of
CHEMICAL 8 P BC I A I.T Y I. u:
ORATORIES, at Miami. Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
HARRY 8ILBY
MANUEL Ll'1'.EL
Attorney for Applicant
Lawyers liuilding
228 NIC. 2nd Avc.
Miami, Fla.
3/28 4/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M NAME LAW
NOTI< B IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
he undesigned, desiring engage In
Vv,sr.,m;;1;'!',,h|- etfiiou ,w,, f
w d, Miami. ki:, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
< f' ult ( ourt of Hade County, Florida
STEPHEN F IgSaSF**"
Sm&&&&.....
) '4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEyENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY '
No. 14862G
VIRGINIA FISCHER BROWN,
Plaintiff,
iames brown. Defendant
to N,.TJF.E BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES BROWN
409 Wfst 3->th Street
New York. New York
YOU are required to serve a oopy
of your Answer to the Kill of C-om'-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, STANLEY JOEL LEVINE
gSSl 42 Lincoln Road. Miami Beech,
Florida, and file the original in Hi,.
Office of the Ckrk of the Circuit
COttrt on or before- the 2sth dav of
April. 1962, in default of which, a
decree pro coiifesso may be entered
against you
~t>ATBD this 28th day of March.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
'lerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. B HARDIE
4/4-ll-lS-2a DC"U,y Clt"'k
as
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25731
ESTATE OF
TIIKI! SINGER, Deceased
I0TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
\ my final report and petition for
H I'ls.harge as Ancillary Admln-
,, of the estate of ESTHER
HiKH, (lei-eased; and that on
I day of May, 1882, I will
to the Honorable W. F". BLAN-
"X ''iiiinly Judge of Dade County,
lor approval of said final re-
1 and for final discharge as An-
I"v Administrator of the Estate
IKK SINliER. deceased.
I"- 26th day of March, 1952.
WALTER C. KOVNER
I i: C. KOVNER
r, ir
Administrator
I 1-11-18
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1 IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
ilglied, desiring to engage in
inder the rictltloua name of
V AND RADIO COMPANY,
V E. 2nd Avenue, Miami.
ends to register said name
lerk of the Circuit Court
1 ounty, Florida.
PRANK Rl'DICH
I 1-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 148491:
JOHN SHAPIRO, also known
JACK SHAPIRO, I'laintiff,
vs.
LOUIS HACKEL, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; LOUIS HACKEL,
4612 Usage Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Kill of Com-
plaint on plaintiff's attorney and to
file the Original Answer In the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 2,",th day of April, 1852;
otherwise, the IIIII of Complaint here-
tofore filed herein will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this Kth
day of March. Ri:,2.
E. K. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: O. K. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
NORMAN It. LYONS
Lfl T".-?'RCUIT CC,URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14868;
ANN MORRILL SWURSKY.
Plaintiff,
vs.
BURTON SWIRSKY, Defendant
... N,0,T,ICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BURTON SWIRSKY
21-4S 37th Street
-.,,I.'""B I"1""'' City, New York
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Km of Complaint for Divorce
has heen filed against you in the
above entitled cause ami you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Kin of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
-th day of May, AD. 1832, otherwise
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
agalnsl you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, the Mai
day of March. 1952.
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
I'.v G. B. llarilie,
Deputy Clerk
I'A I.LOT. SILVER A MULLOY
Attorneys for I'laintiff
sot Ingraham liuilding
Miami. Florida
1/4-11.18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
?".??? ""'*'- 'he rictltloua name of
MIAMI CYCLE COMPANY, at 1763
s. vl. 8th sire.t. Miami, Fla., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit court of Dade County.
Florida.
II. OPPENHEIMER
MANUEL LUBELTHUK LIP8ET
Attormy for Applicants
Lawyers liuilding
128 N. E. 2nd Avenue
1 81-28 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersign,.,i. desiring to engage in
i'i'S.'!r.T,s .'"".'V; lm' fictitious name of
FLORIDA PHOTO MURAL, at !C
N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
(lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
TELEVISION FILM A|iT
SERVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Beybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/28 4/4-11-18
910-12 Olympla Kuig.
Miami. Florida
3/28 4/4-11-18

I
k
\0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., ,,, NAME LAW
' E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
isigned, desiring to engage in
( .,,1'1"1';1' the fictitious name of
M llj si I'l-i.iKs DIVISION OP
' .''. AL SPECIALTY LABORA-
' at Miami. Fla., intend to
~'id name with the Clerk
"cult Court of Dade County,
sam BEN
.PEL ,.,,;,,, "AIU!V 'S"'BY
Bur|aAlng,,CanU
f2nd Ave.
i i-ll-i-;
,TJtw-?JRCUIT COURT OF THE
'Nn CHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FinpTR DADE COUNTY,
i-LORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 14855f;
|Kl. ANTONOWITZ, Plaintiff
lN0TirJ0.!i02fIZ' Defendant
\I.T-, ,E BV PUBLICATION
1 LI- ANTONOWITZ
' larkslde Drive
' wn- I. I NY.
required t.. serve a copy
v"fwer to the BUI of Com-
' i.'i'miiifs attorney, and to
' -oil guial Answer in the office
' 'k of the Circuit Court on
; 25th daj of April. 1952;
.- "" Bill or Oomplalnt for
heretofore hied herein will
\'ri-il''s.'''.Mf''s^'1 1|V you.
'I at Miami Florida, this tttn
March, 1952
i: B, LEATHERMAN.
'imk of the Circuit Court
J'ade County. Florida
By: Ci. B. HARDIE
"MAN R.,LYO,N.s'lerk
L-W./rVoTda* BM'
- 4/4-11-ig
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SEAT COVER DRIVE-IN, at 581 N.
W. L'l'th Street. Miami, Dade County.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HERBERT M. KRISTALL
NATHAN KRISTALL
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
8/28 l/l-lI-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name >f
ART-FILM MURALS, at 926 N. Mi-
ami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name v.ith the Clerk
ui the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
HL'2 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
3/2S 4/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Ne 148356
BARR, Plaintiff,
FLORENCE
vs.
RUBIN SAM
SUIT
TO: RUBIN
121-51 2
> ii
iii
'.f
BARR, Defendant.
FOR DIVORCE
SAM BARR
llith Street
Laurelton, L.I., New York
Ymi are hereby notified thai a Bill
ui Complain! for Divorce has been
Filed against you, and you are requir-
ed i" serve a cop> of your Answer "i
Pleading t.i the Bill of Complain I on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, MVERR,
H El MAN A KAPLAN, 630 Scybold
Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file
tl......Iglnal Answer or Pleading
t
i
he office "f the Clerk otjihe Circuit
ourt on or before the Tist day of
April. 1952
Judgment by d
agalnsl you for
in the BUI of C
you fall to d" bo,
fiiillt will be taken
the rei't-f demanded
m plaint. /
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Floi Ida, thla 20th day of March, \ a
V B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcull Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) _.__._
Ilv G. K HARDIE,
Deputy clerk.
MYERS. HKIMAX & KAPLAN
650 S'eybold Kuildlng
Miami. Florida.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/28 4/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14839C
MAXINE LAURA VAUGHN.
Plaintiff,
VS.
JAMES BAKER VAUGHN.
.,^-._- Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES BAKER V-A'VGHN
e/o Mrs. Roy Crowell
Route 2
Candler, North Carolina
TOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Bill ol Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Kill of Complaint
On the plaintiff's attorney and file
the original answer In the office of
the clerk of the Cireull court on or
before May 5, 1952, otherwise Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill ot Complaint.
Dated tliii 27th day of March. lr.2,
at Miami, Dade County. Florida.
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Coui I
(Clrcull Courl s.ati
By M. C, FBIGE
Deputy Clerk
MANUEL LIBEL
Attorney for Plaintiff
Lawyers Building
228 N. B 2nd Ave.
Miami. Florida
4/4-1I-1S-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14367?
LEONA C. FEDIW, Plaintiff,
-against .
DANIEL FEDIW, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOU, DANIEL FEDIW, care of
Rakow, 2172 29th Street. Lung Island
City, N.w York, are hereby notified
thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been field against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of vour
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complain! on iln- plaintiff's attorney,
max i: SILVER, 922 Beybold Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and rile the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of tin- Clerk of the Clrcull Court on
or before the 80th dav "f April. IS52,
If you fail tn do so, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the i.-lief demanded In the Bill of
i 'omplalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Slat dav of March, 1952.
B, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcull Court,
Dade 'ounty. Florida
(Circuit Courl Kenl)
Bj G l; II VRDIE,
Denuty Clerk
MAX i: SILVER
Attorney i"1.- Plaintiff
982 Beybold Building
M lami 32, I- lorida
I 4-11-18-25
... NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
, No. 148555
I. WALTER MF^KLFIY. Plaintiff
vs.
JOSEPHINE GRUBBR MECKLEY,
_,,._____ Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; JOSEPHINE GRUBBR
MECKLEY
Middletown. R.D.,
Pennsylvania
You, Josephine Gruber Mecklev are
hereby notified that a Bill of 'com-
plaint for Divorce has heen filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
Sn,K, "!..'ht Bl" of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney. Amos Benjamin
n., Olympla Kuildlng. Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before th.- '-th
day of April. 1:,2. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
m the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2iith day of March 1952
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk
AMOS' BENJAMIN
Attormy for I'laintiff
3/2S 4/4-11-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148738
IR.MA COHEN, Plaintiff,
vs.
SEYMOUR T. CoHEN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SEYMOUR T. COHEN
1606 President Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby required to serve a
ropy of your Answer to the Complaint
for invoice filed against you on
plaintiffs attorney, Arnold Slome,
One Lincoln Road Building, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer with the Clerk of the above
named Court, on or before May 2.
1952, or default will he entered against
you.
Dated this 1st day of April, 197,2.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk
(Seal)
By K. II. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
4/4-11-18-23
LEGAL. NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE rS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GIANT PHo'1'o & MI'RAL L'O. nol
Incorporated, at H26 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami. Florida. Intends to reglstei
said name with the Clerk Of the
circuit Court of had,- County, Florida.
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES INC.
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
a22 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
:i/2S 4/4-11-18
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 4490
RF:: ESTATE OF
Thomas f\ lyons, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
riled my final report and petition tor
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of THOMAS F\ LYONS, de-
ceased; and that on the 1 Kill dav ol
April. 1962, will apply to the Honor-
aide FRANK B. DOWLING, Count\
Judge of Dadt- County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
FIstate of THOMAS F\ LYONS. ,j...
,-ased
This ISth day of March. 1952
MARY A, LYONS
8/21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BERT W, MILLER. 812 Mail.
Street, Bast Orange. New Jersey. You
are required to serve a copy of voui
answer on Mordecai N. Rosch, 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original in the office of
the clerk, on or before April 21. !!">2
in that suit for Divorce that Doris I
Miller riled in the Circuit Court of the
11th Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade
County, Florida; or said Bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated: March lx. 195J.
B. K. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
i 21-28 I 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious nan., ol
SOUTHERN MURALS ENLARGE-
MENTS CO. not incorporated, .11 .'-
s Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Dad)
County, Florida,
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Scybold Building
Miami. Florida
3,2S 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thar
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
liiiMn. -s under the fictitious name 'if
FOTO-MURAL ART CO. not Incor-
porated, at !!2ti N. Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of IHide County. Florida.
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
3/2X 4'4-ll-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-siiing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI JEWELRY EXCHANGE, at
189 N. B. 1st Street, Miami. Florida,
intends t.i register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
DAVID DIFTLER,
(Sol.- owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for I ia\ id I liftl.r
sal Ingraham Bldg,
Miami. Fla.
I 4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring t.> engage In
business under the fictitious names of
SANDRA POST,
SANDRA Post LINCOLN-ROAD,
SANDRA POST FLORIDA,
SANDRA POST PALM BEACH,
at 181 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florida
1'A.MEL 11. HERMAN,
s.iie Owner
GEORGE I. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
4/4-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 'if
A.IAX OPTICAL MANUFACTURING
COMPANY (not Incorporated), at
5421-5428 N. \V. 2nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intend to register said nami
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
SAM POMERANCE
HY POMERANCE
\t \\Nli-: POMERANCE
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney tor \jiplicants
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
J/28 1 i-il-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
jacks, SHOES, at 885 Opa Locks
Blvd., Opa l.ocka. Fla.. Intends tn
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad, Countv,
Florida.
JACK COHEN
HARRY' B. SMITH
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of oral CRAFT DENTAL LAB-
ORATORIES, at 350 Lincoln Road,
Room 515. in the Cltj of Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register the lard
name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
MURRAY HOROWITZ
Sole Owner
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney tor Applicant
910 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. Fia.
I 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undevlgned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name of
SCENIC MURALS \- GIANT PHOTO
CO. not Incorporated, at 926 N, Mian
Avenue, Miami, Florida, int.-mis t.
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad,- County.
Florida.
TELEVISION FILM AP.T
SERVICES INC
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney tor Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
8/28 4/4-11-18
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ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
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tee accurate service at
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*JewitJM&n
Rosenhouse Asks
Criminal Cleanup
A rigid clean up o.' sex c:
als and "juke joints'' thai cater
to perverts, prostitutes and vag-
rants was promised by M. H. Ros-
enhouse, candidate for County
Solicitor, in a Stal made
public here.
Roserhouse. speaking >ver th<
radio, disclosed that the County
-: rity under
the Florida laws to close any
nee or stop anyone who
keeps or '. -< B
building or pla h tends to
unity or :
its healt n rals and mam
including places of prostitution
: I -
"Hundreds of persons endang-

be found
. and nig;:: in bars, nigh:
public parks and on the
sti ts," charged R si
'The County Solicitor's office,
with the powers granted to it un-
der our Florida laws can clean
up this town in a week." he
added.
"The County Solicitor cam
say or use the excuse that I
up against high priced lawyers
or that he not a policeman,
thus permitting our children to
te subject to this viscious ele-
ment of our community. I am
sure that the parents :n this com-
Linity, the PTA gi ups and oth-
er civic associations car. c
:he County Solicit t to take ac-
tion."
Oil.hi Sales Head
Spots Pests
'Round iloek
Leo Lefkowit/. is a man with a
sc ipic eye. Hi se< k> out
- and exterminates them.
Hired as a salesman by the
Orkin Exterminating Company a
star and a half ago. when the
firm embarked on a program of
expansion. Lefkowitz was re
lv promoted to head of pest-con-
ales.
"Orkin sales have more than
doubled in the last year," he re-
marked rather matter-of-factly.
Of course, we're particularly
proud of serving more than 75
nt <: the hu:!dmgs in Motel
Row. Sunny Isle. That's a tribute
: i Orkin ability."
.'..: .xpiained that the
Sanitation Department of Orkin
takes i air of i metal and
grease filter plants in hotels and
. ants here "The degreas-
ing of ducts in public eating plac-
ps me wt 11 occupied." he
said, smiling, when asked what
he did when not engaged with
-: ct of Orkm's vast pest- |
nt] i program. "Besides, there
are always termites to worry !
about." he said. "Orkin is con-
stant- being called on to help
eliminate them.''
The quiet sales head did final-
lv admit to some degree of pri-
vate life. He resides at 1207 Mer-
idian Avenue. Miami Beach, with
his wife and three cnudren.
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CARS AND TRUCKS
1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Fla.
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Haggadah Tells Of Israel's Exodus
By HARRY CUSHING
Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphs Agency. Inc.)
Passover, perhaps the most ancient religious rite still in existence, is the most fascinat:r.g observ-
ance on the Jewish calendar This fascination is extended to both young and old. It rr.a\ o*as-
sumed that the beauties of the Passover eve celebration and its exciting experiences are innutncea
primarily by the Haggadah. that popular text which is read during the Seder ceremony____________
The name of the tiny liturgical collection :< derived t'rom the
Haggad. which In Hebrew means to tell. The title. Hsggadah. the ^ om of Eevpt.
has the connotation of telling. The readirg of the Haggadah :s thus r ._ii#>1 m Mm.
meant to serve as the narrative of the Exodus from Egypt, and the ab-' O-n.atiei. >
accompanying feast is to fulfill the Biblical command that Jews Siom in connaction witn tne Kass-
must always remember their going forth from Egypt and make sure 0Ver ritual, made it very errphat-
that each succeeding generation is aware of this impressive incident
in Israel's history.
The inspiration for the text
which became the Passover Hag-
gadah is found in the simple pre-
cept m Exodus 13:8. which states:
"And thou shalt tell thy son in
that day. saying "it is because
. that which the Lord did for me.
when I came forth out of Egypt "
The present Haggadah was n I
created bj one person r.,-r by
l ::. t. It was D
no doubt, bj th< ral narrat
of the "' Es
:: Egypt by
ers of 1
f the Pas
In gi l nner
-
... :
i :
."
.....
.. : :. Thus. ;
Pass E .. ..
i '
5
we eat flesh roast, stewed, or
cooked, but this night all is
r atl'" (Poachim X:D.
It is to be noted t-at the teal
for the Four Questions has been
jped since the original word-
g I xpressed in t.-.e Mishnah.
The last question which refers
:. the eating if roast meat has
been changed to the query H I
why one leans or. Passover eve.
The d -much
-: : .: n
T
P
sages u It
ic that eating of the Passover
meal alone did not fulfill the
law. Hence, again in the Mish-
nah (PeSBchim X:5) we find Ga-
maliels statement One who has
not said the verses concerning
these three things at Passover
has not fulfilled his obligation.
And these are they: Passover,
unleavened bread and bitter
herbs The Mishnaic passage
goes on further to state that -in
every generation a man must SO
regard himself as if he came forth
There-
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himself out of Egypt
fore, are we bound to give thanks,
_ .v., : praise, to glorify, to honor, to
xalt to extol and to bless htm
a- wrought u th st w ndets
- : thers and for as.
Light ; '-' from bondage
v fr sorrow to glad-
-- snd b m mourning to a
- i from darkness
servitude
iptioi ; let ui saj i -
tore 1 Hall lujah."
Hi refers. of
to the J e, the
n of Psal .'.:. .- i





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I
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reading.
The Kiddush. the sanctification
over the wine of the Passover
Seder as recorded in the Haggad-
ah. had its origins in the Haggad-
ah of Saadia Gaon who died in
Significance
Among the oldest items of the
Haggadah is the ''Ha Lachma
Anya" the passage with which,
the Haggadah reading begins. H
is among the oldest selections of
the Passover eve liturgy. The
verses are in the true spirit of
Judaism which teaches that the
poor and hungry must be fed.
The passage is written not in
Hebrew, but in Aramaic, the mass
language of the Jewish people
during the centuries immediately
preceding and following the be-
ginning of the Christian era.
The language, which in its day
enjoyed a status similar to that
of Yiddish among the European
(Continued cm Page 16 C)
^END BEST ^SHES
A HAPPY PASSOVER^"
TO ALL A MOST
"APPY PASSOVQI
ETHEL
ALAN.GERI
and
HENRY S. GREENBA
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
1952
iirdinc}
MIAMI SI ACM ST. lAUMtSAli
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pmA Y.APRIL 11, 1952
*Je**ist>nr>ririinn
PAGE 3C
Jorea Chaplains Usher In Passover
t Battle Quarters With Hope For Peace
editor's Note: The Jewish
ondian herewith presents an
ihology of excerpts from last
\ar's Passover reports of Jew-
i chaplains in Korea. There are
such chaplains now on duty,
> highest number since the out-
ak of the conflict.)
EADQUARTERS EUSAK
fshutz) Passover is shaping
And so I am busy once again
h the happy but complicated
frk of shipping supplies to min-
units isolated from the rest
I have a special cargo plane
jo the job!
Incidentally, I met Secretary
War Frank Pace and General
tthew Ridgway, and they were
cious enough to make some
y nice and to me, unforget-
e comments about my
k.)
EADQUARTERS IX CORPS
Ida) Have you ever searched
chonietz in a tedt? And I
n a small tent ,^^nt with
cols, one stubbornBlove and
teen boxes of Pajwver sup-
s. The supplies worn JWB
e arrived in good shape.
lies t" the generosity of JWB
the cooperation of the US
Quartermaster, we will
an excellent seder meal.
plan to have four sedarim.
fAEGU (Lifshutz) Passover
etings! Everything is all lined
and everyone is now fully
kipped. I spent the past two
rits at the airport getting the
sover supplies out and waiting
shipments to come in. We go
Ithe road Sunday with a spec-
IPassover truck. We will have
nobile Passover kitchen which
roll up the main supply
Ite and provide Passover food,
|gious equipment and services
II the men who are far away
the key points. The radio
I given us spot announcements
v three hours for. the past
ee days, so that everybody
here knows it is Passover in-
cluding the Koreans. The co-
operation I have received from
the chaplains of the various faiths
has. been wonderful.
38th PARALLEL (Goodman)
It is the 20th of April, 1951.
The sun will soon be setting over
the mountainous terrain on the
central front of Korea. Alongside
an airstrip stands a large chapel
tent furnished with beautifully
decorated hand-built tables to ac-
commodate over seventy expect-
ed guests for the Passover seder.
My fighting Jewish marines are
pouring in from the far-flung
battlegrounds to celebrate the
Passover. As I hurry to greet
them, I can see their great hap-
piness that they were able to
come to celebrate the Passover.
It is significant of a family re-
union on a joyous occasion. As
they enter the chapel, there is
surprise and wonder expressed on
every face at the sight of a scene
witnessed only back homeclean
white tablecloths, real dishes,
matzahsiwine, trays with gefilte
fish, hofjeradish, bitter herbs,
'ihardboiled eggs and salt water,
salami nuts and raisins Yes,
it was -iruly remarkable to feel
at home though our seder was
being celebrated just behind the
front lines. As the sun set, the
candles were lighted on all the
tables. Lifting our glasses of
wine, our chanting of the Kid-
dush blended in with the rum-
bling of our gunfire in the back-
ground. Yes, our Jewish marines
and doughboys, the troops fight-
ing for freedom for all, and their
chaplain shall long remember
that seder. It is on behalf of our
boys that I thank the Women's
Division of the JWB for making
this Passover celebration poss-
ible so far away from home.
IN THE FIELD (Goodman)
Thanks to the cooperation of the
chaplains of the various faiths
of this Division, the Passover
seder was a great success. In ad-
dition I visited all the front lines
in order to contact every single
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Jewish man throughout the entire
central front on the 88th parallel
PUSAN (Rosen) We had a
beautiful seder service here at
Pusan. The spirit was truly
home-like. Also at Hq. X Corps,
a highly successful seder was
conducted on the same night by
a Jewish officer, with men from
all the X Corps units attending
104 in all. I visited the corps
and its divisions before Passover
and made all the arrangements
for the seder. In Pusan we had
170 at the first seder.
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA (Vi-
da) The first seder was con-
ducted at Hq IV Corps. Sixty-
three people attended, among
them the Commanding General,
the chaplain and the assistant
chaplain, of IX Corps. General
Hoge delivered a beautiful ad-
dress on World Peace. The next
morning services were conducted
at the 101 Signal Battalion.
TAEGU (Lifshutz We have
just returned from the front af-
ter completing a tour of our men
scattered about the Korean pen-
insula. Operation Passover is ov-
er, and our mission is completed
During the complicated prepara-
tions for the holiday. Chaplain
Tobey, 8th Army Chaplain, call-
ed me into his office to state that
he wanted every Jewish boy in
Korea taken care of. This be-
came our motto: No soldier of
the Jewish faith is to be for-
gotten." Orders for matzahs,
wine and kosher-for-Passover
(Continued on Page 15 C)
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Jewlstfhrkt/an
frid;
Passover 1952
By MOSES A. LEAVITT
'."
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(i ght.
a-
F th usands m< a, w
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the cleai I lining nails >i
n's Is, its Vi li -
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ial and pei
they IS
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brate not y of
their fai :' nda
I edoi I
i n I sness, v "'
T' .
s 85 Mai
ben instltutioi their firs
-
ago the; I DP
. : Eastern Eu pe. ii I
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or in 1
of Iran a I 1 stitutioi
: ponents ol
I I
Srw :> r I ittei faci
that they 1 I y-pas : b>-

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,'ing -

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prcgrai ta:i JDC v.-il
the Unit
Appeal Fi
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titutioi
n-
invali .
reai f n very :
: : '
Impel :
f Mall n
invalids lassi-
I :
. g< ntl :: m JDC's
. nstitul ns Tl i kn wl-
edge thai E th< la
sick can be
returned to health and self-sup-
port brings to Malben's bedrid-
tier, patients the heartening con-
" n that they too can complete
the journev to health and a use-
ful life.
Passover 1952 finds some 4.000
rospitalized "hard cores" in JDC's
institutions, with additional
thousands receiving treatment or
prosthesis in out-patient depart-
ments. Twelve sheltered work-
shops, a rehabilitation center for
<:.scharged TB sufferers, loans to
establish small businesses for
nearly 1.000 handicapped immi-
grants and the Village for the
Blind are JDC's chief instruments
for rehabilitation.
Aid To Jews
Meanwhile. tr.ree thousand
miles away in Casablanca's mel-
lah and Tunis' hara, another
group of suffering Jews is about
to celebrate the liberation of its
fathers. But for them "Next year
in Jerusalem" is still a hopeful
prayer.
Despite the fact that the Jews
cf the Moslem world still remain
in their squalid ghetto alleyways.
they too especially the child-
ien have journeyed far in an
incredibly short time. Jewish
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Itrael'i beaut) quren. 20 >rar ol.l Michal Harrel of JeruMlem, *oted MiM
|rarl. 1952" in a rrretii nationwide beauty tontefl in Trl Aviv, ha* arrived
in ihit counlrj lo lake pan in ill. United J'wlih Appeal'l campaign to help
her rountr) win eronomk independenre. Mi- Barrel, a \n<-ran of the I-rael
Defrntc fcrmy'i Women'i Ausiliarj lone and a WAF defender of Jerusalem
durmt llie Arab >iete of l'U8. i> a former kinderaarlcn leather in an immi-
grant .amp. She won iht laurel j- "M'lM l-rael, 1952" in a conttfl judged by
a aroup o( the new Slate't foremoM de-igner-. rti>l and brauly cultural*.
Tl.e beauleou* \oung woman will \i-il rampaign rommunities throughout
Ihe I'niled St.Uri lo lell the llorj of brael'l 'Iruggle for turvital. The United
Jewish Appeal. hoM lo MiM Itrael during her flay here, tupport* the life-
M\ing programs of ihe Lniled Israel Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee
nd Lniled J*rice for New Americans. The (JJA'l 1932 goal it 1151.500,000.
boys and girls ir. half a dozen
countries of North Africa and the
Near East have been helped by
JDC's expanded welfare pro-
grams to emerge from the filth,
hunger, disease and ignorance
once their daily lot.
Today, in 105 JDC-aided med-
ical centers. JDC is fighting
winning a battle against tu-
berculosis, tracl-oma and tinea.
In a network of canteens and
feeding centers, malnutrition is
also being conquered. New-born
babies who never had better than
a 50-50 chance for survival, are
given modern medical care, sci-
entifically prepared formulas
and they live.
A score of minor miracles has
also speeded progress. Chief a-
mong them are soap. DDT, clean
clothing and the first running
water ar.d shower baths that
many Jewish youngsters in these
areas have ever seen. For young
children, whose only playground
was once the disease-ridden al-
li ol the mellah. there are now
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b--
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spacious playrooms, r.ourishing
food and medical care in JDC-
supported modern nursery
schools.
Still another group of children
will celebrate this Passover with
joy in their hearts the 4,000
boys and girls growing up in !
JDC-supported children's insti- j
tutions in Europe. Here are child-
ren who lost one or both of their
parents during the war and the
Hitler era. Here are children who
can look only to the Jews of
America for the help that can
make them strong.
And in Germany and Austria
and Italy the number cf DP's
who will break ur.leavened bread
this year is the smallest since
liberation. Of the 250.000 home-
less Jews who only a few years
ago were assisted by JDC in the
camps and communities of these
lands, all tut 19.000 have been
aided to reach new homes in Is-
'Codtinued on Page 14 C)
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UDAY. APRIL 11. 1952
+JenisHTkriarJ&r
PAGE 5C
e
Freedom Begins In Bibl
(Passover Observations)
By DR. JOSEPH S. DIAMOND
Copyright, 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc )
(EDITORS NOTE: The writer of this article, an eminent New York Jewish physician, is the
nithor o/ the recently published novel Door of Hope, which is dedicated to the idea of freedom
rom fear and oppression and to the American principles of liberty )
A golden aura enshrines tr.e birth of our faith. It began with the tribe of Abraham four thousand
;., ago and since then has laid the foundation for enlightenment throughout the world
Abraham, the shepherd looked into the vast horizon and saw the Infinite, and he knew that the
impotence of God resided in the heavens and His word was synonymous with justice and right-
From the history in our Bible we learn that God was always
close intimacy with our patriarchs, our prophets and the leaders
our people. His presence and His word always came to them in
earns and apparitions. The first covenant of the Lord was made
jth Abraham, that he and his children "shall keep the way of the
,rd lo do justice and judgment" As a sign of the covenant Abra-
_m placed the mark upon his flesh and upon all the males of his
tibe and upon his son Isaac when he was eight days old, as a dis-
Iguishing mark to go down through the ages. -So began the history
our people.
[ Four hundred and thirty years later, when the people grew
{imerous and had spread through Egypt, living as a sect apart ao
rding to the lefws of their forefathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
e Paraohs fearir.R the might of their number subjected them to
tvery and hardship, seeking -their destruction and annihilation.
Tfo Moses, whose, heart burned .
a true insight into the Commandr
the cruelty to his people,
ne the call of the Lord as he
in the field pasturing his
ck in the land of the Medion-
e. 'I am that I am," said the
tee of the Lord in thte -burning
Bh. "I am the Lord Thy God.
into Egypt and tell Pharaoh,
kt my people go.' And when
lulfilled his- mission and
ed his people out of the
u of Egypt with the
fcnglh of the Lord and His
Ighty Hand, he set out to write
Comniandements of the Lord
(His people, a set of laws how
fcse newly freed people shall
and follow a code of ethics
!. obeyance of the one God,
from Egyptian idolatry and
ultry, ar.d a just conduct be-
[nini; the dignity of man.
)ne often hears it said, in view
ise stern admonitions in the
ima:;dments, that the Jewish
a God of vengeance,
greas the Christian faith is
of mercy. This entire idea
terror. ius and is used as a
I phrase or catch word, employ-
ments of Moses.
The words, "I am a jealous
God," implied merely that the
peqple -abandon their, idolatry,
their prayers to bulls, oxen and
calves, warning them that "he
that sacrifices unto any God save
unto the Lord only, shall be ut-
terly destroyed." How else could
Moses instill the fear of the Lord,
to fpllow in His ways, to a peo-
ple but recently redeemed from
a world of idolatry?
Yet one finds among these
harsh admonitions command-
ments of love, kindliness, consid-
eration for others, justice, right-
eousness words that have re-
mained eternal in the philosophy
of humanity. "Love thy neighbor
as thyself." "Thou shalt not vex
a stranger, nor oppress him for
ye were a stranger in the land of
Egypt." In the treatise of bought
servants the commandment or-
dained, "Six years he shall serve
and in the seventh he shall go
iree for nothing."
As a matter of fact, it is com-
mon knowledge that 90 percent
of the sayings in the New Testa-
[liy pnipie who refuse to have ment originated in the Old Testa-
ment, from the prophets, the
psalms and the apocryphal rab-
binical writings. Even the Gold-
en Rule in the Sermon on the
Mount emanates from Rabbi Hil-
lel who was born 70 years before
Jesus and was the president of
the Sanhedrin. All our prophets
from Isaiah to Hosea, Amos, Mic-
ah, down tx> Malachi who ante-
dated Jesus by seven hundred
years all speak of mercy, kind-
ness, peace, of the dignity of
man, to do away with wars, with
hate, with rancor.
The Magna Carta granted by
King John in 1215 to the barons
of Northern England is frequently
referred to as being the origin
of English liberties and the spread
of democracy against the usurpa-
(Continued on Page 12 C)
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& Steel Co.
and
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AND
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THI
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Auto Glass Furniture Tops
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9-Jeniitncrkflar
Stories For The Seder Table...
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
'Copyright. 1952. Jewish Teles Agency. Inc.)
The pathos ot Milton Berle My audience can feel sorry for
me," pleads Milton Berle. 'Look at the money Bing Crosby and
Frank Sinatra ear:-. While I sweat away on Broadway for a few
dollars a week. Comes PeSach and there is not a bit of bread in the
house."
a
When the Kotzker Rebbe came home on the Sabbath before
Passover, his wife noted a look of sadness on his face. She pre-
;. nded not to notice :t. asking simply what had bee: I ject of
I -vibbath discourse in the synagogue.
"I spoke to the people about the importance of the rich provid-
ing for the poor for Passow:." he said.
"Do you think you convinced them?" asked his wife.
'I should say." replied the Rabbi. "I convinced 90 percent of the
legation."
"Well, if you convinced such a majority. I should think." she
.-.-. i, "that you would be very happy over it."
"But you set-." said the rabbi, "the 90 percent ore the poor."
Rabbi Israel Salanter was w at fa supervise personally the
preparation of his Mat.- : nsure their kashruth. but once he was
taken ill an I an< th< r was deputized for the chore.
The substitute asked the Rabri if there was any special pre-
cauti -. sh uld sure that the Jewish law was
c nformi i w I
The sainted Rabbi lifted his herd from the pillow. "Yes he
stami the Matzos. See that they
: :. ell."'

Or- litcheff summoned the
Tell me," he said, "is there much
s uggling -
T atively.
the Czar with
inspector inn I prevent smuggling.
' ... them, has smuggled a piece
H See what a fine peo-
ple h -
said 1 is disciples Does not the Matzoh svm-
t i-bs the bitterness and suffering
''' y thei vi at the Sedei first eat the Matzoh
and t i? Tl rings of slavi ry i I itti r
preu it; lemption.
The answer bject state of lit iware
' : id not know how thev suf-
' '-: them the idea of freed The tragedv
I lifi that they do not feel their suf-
' i h is the main obstacle to their improve-

Aptei Rebbe quoted a Talmudic regulation that Matzoh for
an nly b made legitimately of a grain which is capable
mng h avened or ham |
- not a strange rule'" asked the Apter.
s the very opposite of what one would expect. Whv did
' 'hat Matzoh be made only of a grain which'can-
not oecome leavened' Then there would be less danger of eating
leav ned bread.
But this is to teach us that a man must perform his duties to
." <= in life. The mar. who separates himself
I at wordly tasks and duties in order to perform God's will is
like Matzoh made of grain which cannot become leavened. Such a
man is not truly fulfilling God's will. We must be righteous in the
paths where temptation besets us. where there is a danger of be-
coming hametz. 6
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A Happy Passover
WINDOW CLEANING
SERyiCE
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Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1613 Alton Road
PHONE 5-5907
OLDEST. Leah Levy. 100 years
old. is the oldest recipient of
Malben aid in Israel, whith is
supported with funds furnished
by the United Jewish Appeal.
A native of Bulgaria, she came
Jo Israel alone and was im-
mediately placed in a Malben
institution where she receives
the finest possible medical and
welfare care. UJA's nationwide
S151.500.000 driw this year
must provide for Joint Distri-
bution Committee's worldwide
aid programs, including Mal-
ben. UJA's campaign supports
the United Israel Appeal. Joint
Distribution Committee and
United Service for New Amer-
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For the finest in Metal Work
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^AY. APRIL U. 1.952
+Je*jftn*ku
r-'N-^'WW
,}?' the guest of the Ministry
of Education, ran into a snag soon
after he arrived. Hapoel and
Maccabi, opposing sports organ-
izations, couldn't get together to
form a single Olympic commit-
tee, a requisite for having Israel's
application accepted. There was
great public demand in Israel for
agreement between the rivals, be-
"n"m!C ^fe'TJ!^'So!?!a:!^_entry ^o the International tSco^try^rSed a?S
JEWS IN SPORTS
By BILL WOLF
(Copyright, l52, Jewlnh Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
spurt?, just as in political united committee and thus ob-
economii
hip with the United States [Olympics at Helsinki this sum-
ues to grow closer. Ever mer.
establishment of the The US Committee has been
1 in close toucn with Israeli Gov-
ernment officials and with lead-
ing athletic figures in the young
nation. In fact, the committee
has supplied equipment for Is-
raeli athletes, and is expected to
provide additional sporting gear
in the future. But more impor-
tant than equipment is the fact
that the Committee sponsored
the trip of an American athlete
and coach to train Israeli athletes
for the Helsinki games. Irv
"Moon" Mondschein, former
NYU track star and now a col-
lege coach on leave of absence,
is currently in Israel trying to
whip a team into shape for the
Olympics. It is significant in Is-
rael-US sports relations that an
American is providing the lead-
ership for Israel's Olympic squad.
Mondschein isn't the first men-
tor from the States to work with
Israel's athletes. Nat Holman,
veteran City College of New
York basketball coach, took a
term of star Jewish hoop stars
to Israel and demonstrated how
the game is played in America.
Holman and company tried to
plant some of their techniques in
the Israeli game, which has been
increasing in popularity.
The committee, satisfied with
the trip that Holman made, last
year began casting around for
another Israeli sport to work
with. It was decided to send
Mondschein, a track expert, to
coach prospective Israeli coaches
on American track methods. At
the same time, he was to kill
two birds with one stone by
training an Olympic team. Mond-
cstablishment of the
! state nearly four years |;
there has been more and
[e US-Israel sports activity. It
not been confined merely to
[national competition. Amer-
have been going to Israel
.ay a major role in shaping
fnation's sports program. In-
Itions are that the trend will
Tinue.
taeli soccer teams have vis-
[ this country, and vice versa.
the first important meeting
srael and American athletes
Irred in the fall of 1950 when
held its Maccabiah, its in-
ational games. A large dele-
fn. including some of Amer-
top athletes, flew to Tel
to participate. They re-
id with a fascinating picture
tie growth of Israeli sports.
year the 1953 Maccabiah
be held, and once again a
US contingent is. expected,
bugh plans have not .yet been
nilated.
rrangements for American
cipation in the 1950 Israeli
npics were handled by a
of sportsmen who now call
belves "The US Committee
[Sports in Israel," in coop-
Ion with the National Jew-
IWelfare Board. The corn-
er is led by Col. Harry D.
kchel, vice president of the
va Watch Company. Hen-
also active in the National
kteur Athletic Union, and in
[Olympic circles, has played
Vtive role in Israeli sports,
vas Henschel who led the
to force an agreement be-
i warring Hapoel and Mac-
so that Israeli could get a
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get a settlement and urged the
individual sports organizations to
make peace. To the advantage of
Israeli sports, and to the credit
of sports-minded Israeli citizens,
an accord was reached and Is-
rael's athletes will compete with
the world's finest in Finland this
summer.
There are some sports leaders
in Israel who are not satisfied
with the present arrangement
Officials of Maccabi would rath-
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in the United States. Maccabi
is orientated towards the General
Zionists, which means the Zionist
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people have a problem. The Mac-
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ited that nothing could be done
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of evolving Maccabi units from
Zionist youth groups, but so far
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sults.
For the time being, it appears
that the US Committee, and the
JWB, with its network of YM-
HA's and community centers
throughout the country, will be
most active in US-Israeli sports
programs. However, either way
the ties with this country would
continue to be close.
Sports is not something in a
vacuum. As long as Israel's life
is close linked to this country,
sports competition will reflect
this situation and stand as an in-
teresting parallel.
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vice food and shelter, cut health
and welfare services and. most
important of all. education and
vocational training. Many a boy
ar.d girl learned a trade or a
profession through the IRO.
. The organization's budget
reached S155.0O0.000 a year, and
Altogether the IRO spent approx-
imately $400,000,000. This sum
works out at about $250 for each
refugee, and it is a figure which
ein be compared with the a-
mour.t spsnt on each immigrant
to Israel. However, it must be
fcorr.e in mind that the IRO was
not responsible for settling the
efugees. I ut nl) f< r trans; li-
king after them
bel n a ...ration, and. in fully
ird .:' the cases, m relj
king aft r them for a short
period : ".me.
V *t I the half-million refu-
gees who did cot emigrate set-
tled down in the countries < '
their first asylum, such as Ger-
many and Austria, while some
of then wen repatriated.!
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'' thi best humanitarian in-
that the IRO was set up
" Oi tern ath of the war. but
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beginning, the Soviets refused to
join it. and Russian spokesmen
denounced it for "harboring
traitors and anti-Communist ele-
ments" and "refusing to allow
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:.e-S."
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ively with refugees from Com-
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Jews (altogether it aided only
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on behind the lion Curtain, and
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left, and then there are the 1.500
Deople a month who escape from
Eastern Europe. A continuing or-
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name of the Provisional Inter-
governmental Committee for the
Movement of Migrants from Eur-
ope has been set up to look after
them.
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chirery of the IRO. which at one
time employed 2.000 internation-
al civil servants, is being turned
over to this new committee. Not
ail of it is needed, and so the
rest is heing scrapoed.
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PAGE 9 C
he Future Role of Scholarship
IDK ABRAHAM A. NEUMAN
EDITOR'S NOTE: The presi-
t oj The Drbpsie College o]
r:c nnd Cognate Learning
( the future of Jewish
lolarship in the United States.
ong time Zionist, Dr. Neuman
ies the thesis that there is no
ire for Jewish culture in this
ntry now that Israel is a
te.)
{hi light of the rapid devel-
,. i of the new Jewish State i
. rid other historic forces i
-:?,<. it seems to be tre-;
V isly important that think- |
Jews in our countiy should;
themselves the po- ,
: America in relation to ;
future, and that they j
i] i .mderstand clearly the j
o] Jewish culture ar.d higher I
n American Jewish des-
We will be assailed in in-
ging measure by voii-es eom-
c.-.: of Israel that will claim
:i iuture of Juadism and
future of Jewish thought ar.d
tiv snirit is centered entire-
and exclusively in Israel. I
not hesitate to say that it
hi ;< h most unhappy and
irtunate day if it were at all
Ceivable that all ttje Jews of
world would find fheir centVr
usively in Israel, and the fate
Judaism would become co-
de ntal with the State cf Is-
proper.
-.is statement perhaps calls
i xplanation as to my atti-
lt A.ircl general Zionist phil-
|phy. Of course I am not writ-
an anti-Zionist or as a
h-Zionist. I have been a Zion-
fall my life. The hope for Is-
|1 something so deeply inte-
ted in my personality that I
aid lose my spiritual unity if
ten divorced from hope and
In :n Israel. Therefore, what
comes from a deep historic
rtion: namely, that Judaism
11 v. centers of gravity, and by
e it ?must always for its
development have these two
s: one in Israel, and one in
Golah.
one analyzes the nature of
laism, one finds that there are
tin unique and characteristic
aliens of the Jewish spirit that
it generated in Palestine, and
that land could nurture
k ideals. On the other hand.
there are other phases of the Jew-
ish creative spint which are to-
tally absent in the literature and
in the intellectual H^vpiopment
that has come out ot tr.e land of
Israel.
For instance, I do not know of
any great philosophic texts that
came out of Palestine; nor can I
think of any great code, similar
to the Maimonidean Code, that
was produced in Palestine. What
did come out of the country was,
of course, far more important:
God-consciousr.ess, prophecy,
prayer, mysticism in all its as-
pects, poetic insights and esoteric
poetry. These previous distilla-
tions of the spirit were never
equalled outside the Land. Only
Palestine could nurture that
which we associate with Bible
mysticism: the innate genius, the
poetic conception of the Hebrew
spirit In a iuture renaissance of
Judaism Israel will voice once
again that which is uniquely and
innately expressive of the eternal
Jewish spirit.
On the other hand, Judaism has
not or.ly national, mystic, poetic
aspects, but also universal and
intellectual manifestations, which
will develop primarily in the
Golah, and only in the Golah.
By far the greater corpus of Rab-
binic and Hebrew literature is
the monumental production of
diaspora Judaism. For the com-
plete symmetry of Judaism, for
the wholeness of its creation, it
is therefore necessary to maintain
this inter-connection: a vigorous
Jewry in the world without, a
concentrated Hebraic Jewry
proper. If this thesis is granted
then it is perfectly obvious that
American Jewry has a unique
and important role to play from
which it dare not shirk.
What is the role of American
Judaism,? Who are we? What
is our place in Jewish history?
These questions are best answer-
ed through a brief historic sur-
vey.
We were born as a people, as
a small people, in little Palestine.
There we gave rise to prophets,
to singers, to psalmists, to men
who conceived manifold visions
of God: God in the universe: God
in every element of nature: God
in the soul of man. In that little
[Country and in its immediate en-
1 virons, we gave rise to a group
1 of prophets not one or two iso-
lated individuals, but a series of
prophets that followed one upon
another for centuries a phe-
nomenon the like of which the
world has never seen before or
since.
About 586 BCE. there was an
; Exile, the first Exile of the Jews
j Irom Palestine to Babylon, and
, with it came a transfer of the
center of gravity of the Jewish
I population. For a time the cen-
' ter of Judaism was no longer in
[Palestine; but fifty years later,
1 under Syrus if Persia, came the
j first Balfour Declaration, the
[first aliyah. Small groups num-
jbering thousands returned to the
motherland and mingled with the
'remnant of the Jewish popula-
tion that left there. Once again
there came to life that wondrous
land incomparable spirit of proph-
ecy in Israel until the Bible was
arbitrarily sealed; and even then
rebellious prophetic voices con-
tinued to express themselves in
the guise ot ancier.t prophets.
But the bulk of Jews, great in
number, in strength, in wealth
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The Future Role Of Scholarship
(Continued fTom Page 9C)
and in political influence, resided
no longer in little Palestine, but
In Babylon and also in Egypt.
The Jews who lived by the riv-
ers of Babylon were loyal Jews
They supported Judea. even as
American Jews support Israel t*1-
day. They gave therr. financial
support: they supported t
with political influence even
as American Jews today. But
- for creative activity express-
ing itself in literature, aside from
prophetic literature immediately
following the Captivity, that is
completely non-existent. That
they had schools, we know: they
must have had good schools, be-
cause a man like Hillel came out
of Babylon. Other scholars who
made their mark in Palestine
likewise came out of Babylon.
But as for any literary remains
form that country, there is not
a trace to be found from that
early period.
Then a strange phenomenon oc-
c in red. About two centuries prior
tc the virtual annihilation of Ju-
daism ar.d the Jewish people in
Palestine^ there suddenly was an
c utburst of tremendous spmrual
energy amone the Jews in Babyl-
sil-
ent there for eight hundred
years, daung back at least to
586 BCE: but abou: -.he vear 200
or 220 CE. Ra"r and Shmuel laid
foundations for the great acad-
emies of Babylon, which for a
usand years became the center
cf Judaism : the world.
Meanwhile the Roman exile had
the Jews were scattered
t. *'.'. parts of the Roman Empire.
and there, too. Jews remained
They became prosperous,
participated in the life of their
communities; but again wc
rorhirg of any literary or spirit-
ual activity until about two cen-
turies pri I the d om or the
Line of Babylonian Judaism
from world leadership.
A eernurv and a naif befcre-
the sway of Babylonian Judaism
is regarded as having come to an
end. about the middle o: the
eleventh century, literary mani-
festation made themselves felt ,
among the Jews of Italy. The
Golden Age of the Jews m Spain
had dawned, and great academies
were flourishing in North Africa
The same phenomenon seems to
repeat itself time and again, with
i rhythm that might almost be
called a law of history'- Thus tne
Jews in. Spain took over the
rid leadership of Judaism, in
association wiirr their French and
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During this period there were
Jews in Poland and Eastern Eur-
ope at least as early as the tenth
century, but not until the twelfth
century were there signs of liter-
ary activity among them. How-
ever, two centuries before Span-
is- Jewry was to '. U supn -
acy, first through the per*
tions of 139! and 1412. and then
through the final Expulsi n
1492. we witness again a great
outburst of literary activity in
Poland with th rise 11 ttM
Yeshibot. which became the
pride and glory of Judaism, leav-
ing a permanent imprint on the
character ol Jews and Judaism.
Polana now held the spiritual
u^ri^r^hip of world Jewry ull
1648. when the Chrr.ielr.icki mas-
sacres airaAq annihilated the
Jewry of Poland.
*But again we note that about
a century and a half previously
there began a period of instense
literary spiritual activrtv in var-
ious parts of the Ottoman Em-
pire, principally in Salomca. in
Jerusalem, reaching its climax in
the little town of Safed. with its
extraordinary galaxy of stars.
from which center flowed a
stream of mysticism which has
inundated the Jewish world even
to this day.
The pendulum swung again.
this time from the Ottoman Em-
pire to Lithuania, which became
the world center of Rabbinic
studies. But as the Haskalah
threatened to undermine Lithu-
anian Judaism, we witness the
the Judische Wissen-
.:. Germany and in other
Qtiguous countries.
Look back upon this panoramic
: Jewish history and be-
hold here our American commun-
ity f over five million Jews.
What does this mean to you?
Does it not mean that the time-
has come when American Jewry
must take up the banner, even
as every great Jewry did in
: met days? Is not the hand of
God upon us* I am usmsf the*
theological term very realrstical
ly Is it not "we who are now
summoned in the roll call of
Jewjsh destiny? What other
sense would this great conglom-
eration of Jewry- make? Are yve
merelv an accidental conglomer-
ation of human beings who have
been brought together without
plan or design, by forces of blind
historic impact, like sand that
:.< scattered by the wind in all
directions and may again be ac-
cidei tally shifted and concentrat-
in one place?
\V> have been brought to this
' country' of freedom and oppor-
lity, and we have been vouch- |
tafed riches, influence and power,
(not merely to accumulate per-
i sonal fortunes; nor even solely
1 to help sustain our people m
other lands with the surpluses
that we have accumulated. Amer-
ican Jews have a higher role to
pUv a the drama of Jewish his-
tory. How shall we determine
that role? As Jews always did:
through their religion and their
wntMsja. Look at Jewish liter-
ature: read its poetry: study its
philosophy, its ethical writings.
These have been the instruments
through which Jews made their
contributions to civilization.
These have been the means
through which they promoted
their own spiritual development
and enriched the nations of the
world. By these high standards
American Judaism is now to be
counted, weighted and measured.
HAPPY
HOLIDAY
McAllister Flowers
"Say H with Flowers
Bui Say It with Ours"
ros. W. test.
t-rrn
Inexpensive
Choice- Wood, Aluminum or
Steel
S. II. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington A
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
TO ALL ... A
HAPPY PASSOVER
John Mihcv
AMD
COLUMBUS HOTEL
In The Heart of Mirrmi
312 N. E. First Street
PHONE 3-271
A. IL
PRESENTS
Residanrial & Industrial Doors
Crawford & Fleetwood Sectional
Door for your garage.
2548 N.W. 3Sth St. Ph. M732
FOLLOW THE CROWD
CO TTAGES
THE COCKALORUM
RESTAURANT & BAR
OPEN
8:30 A.M. to 4:00 AM.
Phone 81-07190
13501 Kscayne Blvd.
Miami 30, Florida
GREETINGS
LEWIS C. WAGNER
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
9930 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 89-7805
Surfside, El Portal North Miami. Miami Springs.
Miami Shores, Golden Beach, Biscayne Park, N. Miami Beach
and Miami Beach
SEASONS GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
AND
HENRY'S
AUTO PARTS
2038 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 3-1427
greetings:
T. J. JAMES CONST. CO.
Phone 89-1841
ROCK FILL SAND
"WE MOVE THE EARTH"
1700 N.W. 119th St.
BILT-RITE VENETIAN
BLIND CO.
(Net Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
REFIN1SHING REPAINTING
35 Almeria Ave.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 40921
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
Realtor
420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES, fe
FTRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
Building
Phone Wji
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
SOUTHERN
BREAD AND CAKE
COLUMBIA BAKING COMPAQ
LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAB FOR WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
GREETINGS
HOSACK ELECTRIC CO.
WIRING, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
APPLIANCE REPAIRING
4750 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 84454!
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
Formerly
MttLDI-LElfFESTEY SUPPLY CO. .
127 N. E. 27tb Street Phone 82-5484
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WEBER, THOMPSON & LEFCOURT
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
Shoreland Arcade
PHONE 3-6393

MINNA LEE IMPORTER*. I*C
7345 CoOm* A*e., Miami Beaon 288 Coral War
86-2419
9(fl
SEASON'S GREETINGS
61 E. 2nd Street
SEASONS GREETINGS
BARR AND BARR
PLUMBERS
PHONE 88-2818
Hi*!**11


UDAY. APRIL 11. 1952

OOJ K .1
PAGE 1.1G
To All... A Most Happy Passover
*
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
BranchesHomestead. West Palm Beach. Belle Glade
Ft. Pierce
EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDENLAWNSFARMS
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. AND MRS. MAX STEVENS
and FAMILY
STEVENS MARKET
5737 N. W. 27th Avenue
N. W. 62nd Street and 27th Avenue
nugurating the American Section in the Forest of Martyrs on the hills of Judea. Bottom row.
ft to right, are Ira A. Hirichmann. president of the Foundation for the Jewish National Fund. Mon
B. Daris. American Ambassador to Israel, and Dot Joseph, Israel Minister of Food Supply, plant
[ a tree in the first row of the American Section of the Forrest of Martyrs in the Jerusalem
ll Aviv Corridor. In commemoration of the 6.000.000 massacred Jews in Hitler-Europe. Top row
Sliding, left to right, are Ira A. Hirschmann, Dr. Abraham Granott. World President of the XNF,
Id Ambassador Davis.
GIFFEN IMM si nil s. INC.
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-M-PLACE GYPSUM ROOF DECKS

PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI CRUSHED STONE CO.
PRODUCER OF
CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS
SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY.
Facilities for Direct Loading of Can or Trucks
4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue. Miami
P. O. Box 451. South Miami Branch
PHONE 87-3411
A Happy
Passover
Dubrow's Lincoln
Cafeterias
330 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach Brooklyn. N. Y.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Diamond Cab Co.
1479 S.W. 6th Street
PHONE 9-7575
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FRANK O. PRUITT, Ine.
INSURANCE
i

1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-3169
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Dixie Electric
HARRY NOLAN
P.O. Box 705 South Miami
HAPPY PASSOVER
Tropieal
Paper Box Co.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
Miami International Air Depot
Bldg. 144 Phone 88-8459
MIAMI
GREETINGS
CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES
CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS
Immediate Delirery
JACK SWERDLIN
4490 S.W. 74th ArenueOff Bird Rd. PHONE 87-7696
HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM
MIMMI
MIAMI
BOTTLING COMPANY
Sincere Wishes
For A
HAPPY PASSOVER
.
DELTA
A I R
LINES
TICKET OFFICE 300 N.E. 1st ST.
Phone 9-8476


PAGE 12 C
* legist FhrHiir
FRID;
AY. APRIL,
GREETINGS
MAINTENANCE, Incorporated
SASH AND SCREEN SERVICE
ALLEN L. PARRISH. Manager
3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami. Florida
Phone 82-7531
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TOWERS HOTEL
332 S.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-7611
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TYRCS T. TRIPP
1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
TO ALL GREETINGS
PHONE 3-3S63
LAWRENCE I I Mill H CO.
F. H. A. FINANCING
663 N. W. 14th Street Miami 1. Florida
TC ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
.lohii .1. S'\vHI
Real Estate in all its Branches
1101 LINCOLN ROAD PH. 53-9378
IN A HURRY CALL
KIM BALL Ml RRAV
THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS
5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phcne 78-5521
Branch: 1400 S.W. 1st St.
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
Wholesale Only
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4972
Passover Greetings To Cur Many Friends
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein
Freedom Begins
!n Bibie
>C i'om Page 5C)
:. -. Twentv-eight hundred years
efi re the Magna Cart a. Samuel
spoke t'1 the Israelites in no un-
certain terms against the tyran-
ny of kings. He will take >
OS, ar.d appo:nt them for -it-
self he will set them to ear
his ground, to reap his harvest, to
make his instruments of war .
and he will take your fields and
your vinevards and your olive
yards, even the best of therr. ani
give them to ris servants. And
he will take your menservants
a.-d your maidservants and your
goodliest young men. and your
asses and put them to ris
work .
Thus spoke Samuel one thous-
and years before the common
era. irrparting to man the ideals
of democracy agains: the usurp-
tion o: kings.
All along the line of history',
whenever freedom, liberty and
justice are proclaimed one finds
it all emanating fiom our Scrip-
tures. Our founding fathers who
threw off the yoke of kings and
established a true democracy in
America, these giants of 1776
Jerferson. Washirgton. Franklin.
Adams found their inspiration
for 'reedom and liberty in the
spirit of the Bible.
Upon the Liberty Bell is in-
scribed the immortal Biblical
words from Leviticus. "Proclaim
liberty t.-joughout all the land
unto all the inhabitants thereof."
For the t>ast three hundred
vears." democratic America has
beer, the asylum for the oppress-
ed. People from the Czarist
countries, from the Kaisers and
all the European tyrants flocked
here to find liberty, freedom and
opportunity.
One often wonders how th?
Jew survived the two thousand
veys of th Diaspora, humiliated
as he was in the ghettos, hound-
ed, persecuted, plundered, mur-
dered: yet withal he withstood
the onslaught of his enem:es>
Hi- had n<> physical Weapons to
defend himself, no swords, no
naggers, no firearms: only the
tl in an omnipotent God. :
rit and a justice that is etern-
al. These ma:r.tained them when
the spark ol life was at its lowest
:' year on the eve of
I ild torget his mis-
ery and persi iti n and r<- it
from the H
rds, "Or.ci
land I .
strengt igntj hand
Al

he sar.g out. "next yea: in J
- An I l i miracli
faitl me I | an I tru I
prophecy, up th
eagli rned to Jeru-
- Ii n
N p : .... -
irts ol .
Hi : Zi :. ;..
law'
and lav for t
vat: n
rid understanding amor.g 1
' Id forever and

ATW ILL and COMl\\v
N;t Ire.
Ir. vestment Securities
605 Linco'-n Pd. Miami Beach. Fla.
Firsi Natioral Bank Bldg. Miami, Fla.
PkuJ
pknST
TC ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
FARREY'S. INC.
Hardware
WHOLESALE RETAIL
1832 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone n* I
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
HAPPY PASSOVER
L. L. POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
1S5J Lhox Annu.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Hide & Seek Children's Shop
THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION
GIFTS APPAREL
TOTS TO TEENS
506 Biltrrore Way Coral Gable* Phoc U-
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEAN!
3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 8111
Fields Ku.stom Kovcrg
AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC.
PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
2341 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-2389
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
SAMUEL DUNST
MORRIS BENGSl
Tropicalites
Cold Cathode Lighting
NEON SIGNS MAINTENANCE
144 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 784711
GREETINGS
HUIII>IA\S RESTAI It ART
N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FOODS With Friendl} S rvice
A:: C r-.ed Popular Prices Ampl
KillMW 111 II IIFRS
721 N. W. 21st Court
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Woorismall Agency,
GENERAL INSURANCE
1114 Congress Bldg. Phone 82-7595
H. H.
Ine.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Richie Plumbing Snpplv. Inc.
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone 9-2641 Miami. Ha.
THE LEVIN FAMILY
GREETINGS
Caroline A.
Walbek
REALTOR
1950 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 4-4896
Specialist in Homes for You
A
MOST
HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
S.J.
420 Lincoln Road
Realtor
GREETINGS
"Everything in Plumbing"
HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP.
HARDWARE. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS. PAINTS
Phone 4-8IS9
3160 N. W. 7th St.
MR. k MRS. ROBERT SCHWEITZEH
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
83-5213
382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Phone
end
3365 S. W. 3rd Ayenue Phone 9-7651
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM"
POLAR ICE CREAM CO- m
2120 N.W. 11th Avenue w,nn' H
Phoa*


JAY, APRIL 11. 1952
*Jewi$#? Mcradliain
PAGE 13 C
Passover 1952 Sees Israel Bonds Speed Drive to Economic Freedom
SAVOY HOTEL
'Open Year Around"
252 N.W. Second Street
DAN CHAPPELL
1004 Biscayne Building
NEW BRIDGE being built in fce Negev, where proceeds from Israel Bond drive <*
making possible extensive exploitation of abundant mineral resources. \,
BONDS BUILO SHIPS at Haifa. The {500,000,000 Independence Bond Issus
finances ship construction to expand Israel's vital export trade, a
source of foreign currency needed for economic independence.
VCE AND MORE NEKJ"IANTS a're Wnj epnsTj^pfed with Israel Bond
Cz lars, Below, a pew tjucture goes up.to increa production of cement.
ISRAEL BONOS FINANCE MODERN METHODS of construction. A giant machine assembles
a prefabricated building in record time, to speed production of vjtal goods.
\iHa s
Yacht Basin
1884 N. W. North River
Drive
Phone 2-3067
BEST WISHES
V
W. A. GLASS
RABBI SOLOMON MACHTEY
\ II 111 and MRS. S. M. MAC HT III
MR. and MRS. MORTON STITSKY
and STELLA REGINA
Extend To All Jewry
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
510 Lanqford Bldg.
PHONE 9-4747
-ce nyz'7,-'?; k
TO ALL GREETINGS
II CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC.
N.W. 21st Terrace 2-5462
BEST WISHES TO ALL
GEORGE'S CARPET SHOP
927 N. W. 7th Avenue
GREETINGS
Super Sagless Spring Corporation of Florida
*BERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF UPHOLSTERY SUPPLIES
A. P. LAND. Manager
PM S. W. 8th Street Phone 83-2249
GREETINGS
Lynn's Sundries
HARRY AND LARRY
776 West Flgaler St.
MR. and MRS. HYMAN ZAIDMAN
Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market
153 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 3-1430
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY. Inc.
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Serrice
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
1630 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JAMES P. STUART
MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER
922 Ingrahcrm Building Phone 9-5661
SOUTHERN PAINTERS
"A COMPLETE PAINTING SERVICE"
2713 N. W. 32nd Avenue
PHONE 88-6961 ITMI
BARNEY O'FIELD
RICHTEB'S
JEWELRY CO., Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL'
NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI. INC.
Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload
1229 N. W. 21 st Street Phone 3-6491
SEASON'S GREETINGS
17 N. E. 7IBT ITBEIT
MIAMI. FLORIDA


PAGE 14 C
vjewisti ncridfjan
SE^APrd,,
TO ALT .
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
IRVING RATHER
ARTHUR SCHAFFEL
LEATHERCRAFT
UPHOLSTERERS
Manufacturers Designer*
BarsBoothsSetees
CushionsWallsKitchen Nooks
REPAIRS
21 N. W. 9th Street
PHONE 3-5046
For Better Health Visit the
Miami Health Institute
General Diagnosis and X-Ray
Physical Therapy Body
Conditioning Colonic
Irrigations Cabinets and
Massage
7235 Biicayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
Israel at Passover Marks Economic Growth Through Israel Bonds
Established 26 v**.
RODS AND REELS Rpdi^
shb** mS
Underwater Equips
,shau*m fwANct mm moutma. mm*****m*m*e*t! s^^^iS^EiUX
COHCtCTE *ATM PIPES.
MPtoefelf lifMl'l IinCuUur. |0
ILiMim,, > bam ywotn COtoSTaoCTlOW. milt jtfgjgg ?g
tetncilnt ta p.H of H*f Hirboi .X.rtopmt to tr*W Its ep*r
Livesay Window
Co.. Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lone
PHONE 4-2503
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
SUNSHINES
BEAUTY SALON
550 41t St Miami BtoJ
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
CITY AUTO
PARTS
Morris and Bill Zuckenno
79 N. W. 20th St
Ph. S-1457
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Hurst Drilling & Equipment Co.
SALES AND SERVICE 9-4776
1429 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. & MRS. MAX FRIEDSON
American Builders Supply, Inc.
2728 S.W. 28th Lone
PHONES 4-2296 4-6206
WARD PAVING CO.
CONTRACTORS
STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS
1731 N. W. 54th Street Phone 89-2718
MIAMI
TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER
HOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS
CMION LOCAL 133 A. F. OF L.
ROGER LEE-BENNER. President
MORRIS G. DRAPKTN, Secretary-Treasurer
240 N.E. 8th Street Phone 3-7603
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
GODDARD V MM I\, CO.
PAINTING PAPERHANGING
DECORATING WATERPROOFING
THOMAS GODDARD
450 N. W. 71st Street Ph. 89-6924
SEASON'S GREETINGS
REED CONSTRUCTION CORP.
Engineers and Contractors
1345 20th Street Miami Beach. FVa.
FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
AL METDENBERG AND STAFF
A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
37 N. E. 5th Street
Passover 1952
(Continued from Page 4 C)
, rael. the United States and other
lands.
Uncertain Future
But for those who remain, on
this, the seventh Passover since I
V-E Day. the future is still a
question mark. The emigration
hopes of the overwhelming ma-
jority are centered upon the Unit-
ed States. But. with the expira-
tion of the DP Act. the number
who will be able to reach these
shores will be greatly reduced.
Further complicating the emi-
gration picture and making their
future still more uncertain, is the
physical status of the would-be
emigrants. For those who remain i
in the DP lands are for the most
part the aged, the ill and the
handicapped men and women
who bear Hitler's deepest scars. |
To these unfortunate Jews the
matzoth and wire, provided by
JDC. are a symbol that they are
not deserted. They are a remind- ,
er that JDC. which has been at I
their side since liberation, will
continue to provide all necessary
help, while it explores every emi-
gration opportunity.
But the problems of the over-
whelming majority of hard core
DP s in Germany. Austria and
Italy can be solved only in JDC
Malben institutions in Israel. And
this solution must be postponed a
little longerbecause today the
4.000 sick and handicapped immi-
grants waiting in cold, over-
crowded immigrant camps for the
help only Malben can bring them,
nave the first call or. JDC.
Meanwhile, in the tiny isolated
villages of Morocco and Tunisia. ,
uncertainty grips the minds and
hearts of tens of thousands of
Jews. Faced with the rising tide
of nationalism, they can look onlv
to JDC to bring them out of their
. exposed mountain, villages for
- safety, medical care and prepara-
, ion for Israel.
Thus. Passover 1952 finds hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews over-
1 til on the road to a decent
future. But for other thousands.
the long and arduous journey to
recovery has onlv just begun.
And onlv the Jews of America
h;:'-.....the resou
and the help thev need to r.
- their goals.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WALTER A.
FREDERICK'S MARKET
Phone 89-5651
645 N. W. 62nd Street
GREETINGS
ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY
409 BISCAYNE BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
Pacific Lumber & Supply Co.
"BULLY SERVICE"
"BILL" FAXON. FOUNDER
Not Incorporated
Specializing in Fir Timbers
601 N.W. 11th St Phone 2-3163 Miami
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Insul-Mastic Laboratories, Inc.
(Florida Waterproofing Division)
3154 North Miami Avenue
Miami 37. Florida
Telephone 3-5117
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS [9
34 N. E. 11th Street
Phone
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER yil
DENMARK'S CAST STONE COMPP
StructuralOrnamental ontiirf
Modern MantelsGarage GrillsGarden Setsr"
StonePlaster hne, 1-*>
12351 N.W. SeY.nth Avenue


-)AY. APRIL U, 19&2
'ood For Passover
(matzo meal)
. hard fat not melted
By TERRY ELMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ECIPE FOR MATZO BALLS:
12 tablespoons matzo crumbs
2 eggs
4 tablespoons of chicken fat
2 tablespoons soup (hot)
1 teaspoon salt
Stir fat and egg together add seasoning, soup and then
*al. Shape into balls. Put in refrigerator for one-half hour to
Cell. Drop into boiling soup for 10 minutes.
ELLO MOLD:
2 bunches of beets, cooked and cleaned
1 envelope of gelatin
one-fourth cup of cold water
one-half cup chopped celery
2 tablespoons sugar
] tablespoon horseradish
Use the juice from -Che beets. Boil. Add 1 envelope of gelatin
t has been soaked in one-fourth cup cold water for 5 minutes.
ir until dissolved in boiling juice. Cool. Add chopped celery,
gar and horseradish, and the beets that have been grated. Mix
tether and place in ringmold. Serves 6.
P
?ONGE CAKE:
7 egg yolks
9 egg whites
one and one-half cups sugar
one-half cup water
one-half cup potato flour
one-half cup matzo cake flour
juice and grated rind of one-Jialf lemon
Beat <'Rg whites'very stiff. Boil sugar" and water until syrupy,
tn pour slowly on'tieaten egg whites, beating until slightly cool.
egg yolks with lemon juice. Add rind. Fold this mixture into
lites. Then gently .fold in the cup of combined sifted flours.
km pen an angel-food tin with water. Pour in cake mixture. Bake
11 i 50 minutes in 375 oven, turning down heat to 350 toward the
f baking.
*
U-ZO CAKE:
8 eggs
one-half cup Passover cake meal
three-fourths cup potato starch
one and one-fourth cups sugar
one-half teaspoon salt
1 lemon rind and juice
Si parate eggs beat yolks until thick and almost cream
| add flavoring. Beat whites until they are stiff and stand up
ot too dry). Add yolks to whites, sift dry ingredients together,
carefully into egg mixture until flour is absorbed. Do not beat.
iki in ungreased tube pan, 300 oven for about one hour. Turn
it and suspend on cups until cold.
TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS
Phone 5-3018 Licensed and Insured
JOHN L. POWERS
PAINTING CONTRACTOR AND REPAIRS
Interior and Exterior
ALSO ROOFING CONTRACTOR
Roof Repairs and Tile Replacing
11616 Alton Road Miami Beach, Florida
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ANDRE, INC.
MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
1121 Washington Avenue
. Phone 58-3614
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-9876
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
Blue Prints Photostats Drawing Materials
Pclc-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse)
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phone 3-3666

Korean Chaplains
Usher Tn Passover
(Continued from Page 3 C)
foodstuffs were placed with the
JWB; the Army Quartermaster
was alerted to our needs; wheels
began to turn and soon our Pass-
over supplies began pouring into
Pusan. Our first seder was held
in the 4th Field Hospital in Tae-
gu. At sundown, the men began
to arrive. Vehicles of all types
came into the compound. In the
large dining-room of the mess
hall, a committee of nurses com-
pleted last minute touches. The
lights were dimmed, the candles
were lit and the men began to
file in to take their places at the
tables. They stared with open
mouths at the decorations, which
had been shipped in from Japan
by air courier. Soon a hush des-
cended on the candle-lit hall and
a Yom Tov atmosphere settled
upon the assemblage. We were
under way, and the seder had
begun, a seder in Korea, in a
combat zone, in the year 5711 .
The next morning we held our
Passover services at EUSAK
Chanel. The air was charged
with the holiday spirit, and ev-
eryone participated with zeal and
vigor.
As soon as the last boy had
left to rejoin his outfit, Operation
MAPS (Mobile Army Passover
Seder) got under way. A 2'/->-ton
truck pulled up to the supply
building, and matzah, wine, nuts,
gilt parcels and everything, in-
cluding the gifts of the Women's
Division of the JWB, were load-
ed. Perishables were removed
from the reefers, and we were on
the road. Passover on Wheels!
. Festive seder services at Tae-
jon and Suwon, joyous reunions
with boys all along the road,
Passover supplies and gift pack-
ages distributed to happy" recip-
ients wherever we went, three
flat tires sustained on the arduous
trip and Operation MAPS was
over. We had traveled many
miles and had seen many people.
Everywhere we had witnessed
unanimous, heartfelt gratitude to
those who, though thousands of
miles away, had made such a
holiday possible for us. During
the long hours of the trip we
thought and talked much about
the meaning of Passover, for in
this troubled land its timely mes-
sage took on flesh and blood.
One thing was certain: Our faith
had served as a warming beacon
during some of life's darker
hours.
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Jewish community developed ov-
er a period of several centuries.
7hero is : strong contention
I at "Ha Lachma" was written
in the sixth century before the ;
common era. during the days of
Babylonian Captivity, following
the destruction of the first Tem- |
pk and the exile of the Jews ft
their homeland by the Baby! :.-
ians.
Bv the time of the completion
of the Mishnah (200 CE), thi
r H..-.:.. i..-. :
n develop- 11 a fixed rdei
H wever, the narrative was ex-
ivith SU : '
ol inti Uiger and m
ted wit I
,ed to turn a phrase, woul I '
up all night in an ex; .:.- Lts-
n it the E\ lus torj
its ition
Modifications
Durii ..
n dificatio:.-.
and ( \; insi made in I
- Ha-----: h I S
f the song! whit Ui
ing is rded did not come
int thi Haggadah text until
sixteenth century. At lorg last,
like with the Hebr- w Pi '
Book, i :ged a dejinii
versa! and nost mi ins -
texl A ption of I is
in Heinrich Heine's D tr
bi von Bachara:h ir. whi<
the H ... is ] ainte i as "a
rare conglomeration of leg I
*n from antiquity,
miracul< us I les fro n Egypt, i
narrath .-. debates, prayers
and ivn.ns."
jinally, thi e: tir Hagg
' is re i'ed before I Bu:
as tin e went on. the long and
detailed reading was regarded as
tedious. There thus came
practice the procedure of reading
part of the Haggadah bef
al ..nd pan after the me
Some time during the Mid
Ages tneie began the practi
Of reciting a large portion of t
ritual, contairing the questi ins
and answers, as well as the ex-
planation of the symbols before
the meal.
It has aln ly been indi I
that : the material in t
Hag;, idal ginated i I Mish-
Mucl f the mat ll,
ever, bad its beginnings ii
ther urces. The greater p
tion of this
the various M
f thi nt |
e Hagga lah h ive been lift I
: n the Mekil i. mot
y thi Mi kilal i
" lest Mid::,- M
repn nts a tann ti
. ge part of the
. -
laws .:-.
that bo k as well
of its most important narral
pi rtions.
Thus, if one goes 1 I sources,
it will be found that the com-
parison of the Four Sons is found
originally in the Mekiltah. The
story about Jose the Gallilean
and his colleagues who seek t:>
prove that the Egyptians actually
were affected by 250 plagues in-
stead of the recorded ter. is also '
found in the Mekiltah Mekiltah
Parsha B'Shalach).
Although the Haggadah is a
separate collection of liturgical
material, it may be classified as
part o: tnat larger collection of
, material found in the Siddur. the !
dailv prayer book: the Machzor. I
the special prayer book for the '
cycle of festivals and holidays
during the year: the Tchinah. the
special collection of prayers re-
cited by pious women: the Slich-
ot as well as some of the leaser
items of the vast Hebrew litura-
ical literature.
It may be said that most of the
broad field of Hebrew liturcical
literature has been created and
devised primarily for use in the I
Synagogue, while the Haggadah
is purely a home ceremonial
reading.
It has been Israel's devotion to
all these liturgical gems that has
assured the survival of the Jew-
ish people. It has been Israel's
love for the Haggadah that -as
kept up the warmth within the
souls of Jews and has kept alive
their love of liberty. It was
and continues to be the fai-h
of Jews in the ideals expressed
by the Haggadah that has
: strengthened their devotion to
| the ideals of freedom la all gen-
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HiewviisltUEIIioiciidliiaun
During The Week ... a
s I Sec It
By LEO MINDLIN
{Ml. FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1952
SEC. D
Ud Drive Hits $121,000,000
\hool* Modify
\scriminatory
test ion Blanks
encouraging number of col-
ar.d professional schools
' deleted discriminatory ques-
fioin their application
lk- as a result of a remedial
conducted by the Anti-
Imation League of B'nai
in R. Epstein, ADL na-
ctor, reported that, fol-
g conferences with League
als in various sections of the
Itry. 135 colleges in 21 states
ntarily removed ques-
pcrtaining to religion, color
national origin from their
forms.
bed for such action was indi-
in a League study last year
|h si owed that 92.27 per cent
he 518 schools and colleges
Sonneborn Says
Issue Achieves
Top Importance
Sbolem Lodge To
Install Pallot
Judge William L. Pallot will be
installed as president of Sholem
T- o, Lodge No. 1024, B'nai B'rith, on
The State of Israel Bond Dr.ve Sunday, April 20th, at a Dinner
has raised $121,000,000 for the
expansion of the economic de-
velopment of Israel in the first
eleven months since the launch-
i ing of the $500,000,000 Independ-
ence Bond Issue, Rudolf G. Son-
neborn, president of the National
Bond organization, announced
Sunday at a meeting of its Board
of Governors at the Waldorf-As-
toria Hotel, New York.
Stating that 356,000 persons had
already subscribed for the Is-
rael Bonds, Sonneborn declared
that "it is our aim to enroll every i
Jewish family in the United I
Dance, to be held at the Preview
Restaurant, 3622 Coral Way.
Honorable Robert L. Floyd,
state representative and former
Mayor of Miami, will be the fea-
tured speaker.
In a recent issue of the Reconstructionist. Seymour B. Liebman
has made an apparently credible case for what he considers to be
the coming dissolution of the kibbutz in Israel.
. Even a* firlt glance, and apart from the concentrated effort
rus article demands, it proved most gratifying to read something
atout the new Jewish state which was not saturated in poetic
laudation and which did not expect the reader to respond on an
emotional, non-rational basis. Certainly, Liebman, who is an ard-
ent Zionist, desires to present Israel in a favorable light. Indeed,
he ends his observations with these hopeful words: "Israel is a
dynamic state, and Israelis have the capacity to surmount ob-
stacles With continued help from America by way of economic
contributions and loans and a lend-leas* arrangement of American
and dem^crUk worke- Is*l will emerge strong, stable
fo,.,}fet,^iebmand0!s,r(?t se.ek t0 trade uPn the near-hysterical
t!),TL Knf,man'f.tSted ,n ,s,tuations of Jewish state discussion.
Nor does he fly in the face of what he considers to be fact. It is all
the more remarkable that he has been able to arrive at such a
degree of objectivity in view of his subjective partiality
? asked at least one po-
ii'llv discriminatory question.'^"',"'"','." """" l" '
.. ... ands of non-Jews who
h< League, through its 28 reg-
oflices, initiated a remedial
aign. Cooperation was
Iht on a voluntary basis and
loximately one-third of the
fuvs originally surveyed have
bved all or most of the ob-
lonable questions from their
|i !i forms. Other schools
indicated that they will fol-
I suit when present stocks of
lication blanks are exhausted.
inter Residents
ach $200,000;
Mil In
Sight
Winter Residents Division
fe 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
reports gifts of more than
1,000 in the current Campaign,
Jrding to Jack Ablin, chair-
of the unit.
|ded bv a key committee
included vice chairmen
I Phillips. Arnold Seeder,
Krensky, Gus Trau and
Goldman, the augmented
Her Residents volunteer group
I a record number of
ki is ;,nd sent their total gift
Ik oaring past the $200,000
Ik Quota for the Division is
1.000. and Chairman Ablin ex-
p'd confidence this would be
Ij d within the next few
s during the clean-up per-
r Creater Miami Jewish covered.
States, in addition to the thous- j
are pur-
chasing these Bonds as an invest-
ment in a growing democracy."
In a report on the progress of
the Drive, Sonneborn emphasized
that the Israel Bond Issue had
"already achieved first place in
the chain of American financial
aid for Israel." He said that the
"State of Israel Bond Issue has
within less than a year become
| the most important source of as-
sistance for the economic growth
of Israel."
The $500,000,000 State of Israel
Bond Issue was inaugurated on
May 1, 1951, to provide resources
for the expansion of industry and
agriculture, the establishment of
new industrial enterprises, the
development of electric power,
the exploitation of mineral re-
sources, the expansion' of trans-
portation and communications
and the construction of new har-
bors.
"Israel is well on the road to
economic independence as a re-
sult of the progress made during
the past year with the aid of the
investment dollars made avail-
able through the Israel Bond Is-
sure," Sonneborn said.
As an example of the new op-
portunities for economic expan-
sion created by the Israel Bonds,
he pointed to the large-scale min-
ing operations that have recently
been started in the Negev, where
vast deposits of phosphates, glass
sand and kaolin have been un-
Judge W. L. Pallot
E. Albert Pallot, state president
of B'nai B'rith, will install Judge
Pallot and other officers of the
Lodge. They include Michael M.
Isenberg, Edward S. Roth, Louis
F.. Snetman, vice president; Mar-
vin Rauzin, treasurer; Alan B.
Kessler, corresponding secretary;
Isidor Bakst, recording secretary;
Bernard Newmark, financial sec-
retary; and Sherburt S. Weiss,
Stanley D. Caidin, Jerome H.
Weinkle, Henry Wiener, Bernard
Liberman, Henry Weiss, Sam
Friedman, Dr. Morris A. Klein-
man, Alexander Lion, Fred
Shochet, Sanford M. Swerdlin
and Dr. William Wickman, Na-
than Adelman, Oscar Rappaport
and David Lemelman.
Jerome H. Weinkle, outgoing
president, will be awarded a past
president's plaque by Sidney M.
Aronovitz, president of the B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida.
Marvin Rauzin is chairman of,
the affair.
ation, the local planning
which conducts the an-
i.inod Jewish Appeal,
ade many new friends in
[community," said Stanley C.
Ij me of the leading workers
Ihe Winter Residents group.
lyzing the growth and par-
nation of these part-time resi-
in the drive.
e Winter Residents Divis-
Isounded the theme of healthy
! unity living when they
p''d the Hi, Neighbor slogan
their social events. Knowing
l>' ni ighbor, his needs and
plems, makes for a unified,
My integrated Jewish com-
'y Myers stated.
fce show Night and Dance,
at the Monte Carlo Hotel,
a tradition for unusual social
>rs designed ao introduce
rater Miami's winter residents
leach other, plans are being
Tussed for a bigger and better
Penng to highlight the next
npaign.
prominent workers in this Di-
Pwm, udc Abc Strauss, Louis
k" V,\ am Kra't, Joseph Mazo,
P" Ell. David Wilder, Abe So-
lo, Harry Simon, Morris Gold-
Or. Joseph Weidberg, Leon
Jacobs^ Charles Fruchtman,
"an Basch, Max" Sheinman,
Emowen- George Bertman,
va Wilder, Monte Selig, Mar-
^<>ldnng, Ehiel Lesowoder,
n l>,0'db(-'rg. Sam Fox, Cole-
?, ole". Joseph Cherner and
MV Liershow.
Chairman Ablin and his five
n .airmen have Pledged their
H ui of, ,CamPaign Chairman
F weinkle in attaining their
Reject Single
Body In Field
Of Relations
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League will
not tolerate a "single over-rid-
ing authoritarian body in the
community relations field pro-
fessing to speak for all American
Jews," Irving M. Engel, chair-
man of the executive committee
of the AJC told the annual meet-
ing of the Joint Defense Appeal
executive committee here.
He declared that in the com-
munity relations field, "no pre-
mium should be placed on unity
as such" and declared that the
AJC and ADL "have always been
ready in areas of agreement to
work together with other agencies
the rise in Israel's real na- \ on a basis of mutual respect for
The Bosrd of Governors then
named Alex Lowenthal, Pitts-
burgh business leader, national
chairman for Bond sales. Lowen-
thal, who is a graduate of Yale
University, has had a leading
role in the communal activities
of Pittsburgh, having served on
the Board of Directors of the lo-
cal Community Chest and United
Jewish Fund. In accepting the
post, Lowenthal said that "the
economic well-being of Israel is
a vital necessity to assure its
future as a creative democracy."
Julian B. Venezky, of Peoria,
chairman of the Executive Com-
mittee of the Israel Bond cam-
paign, declared that the national
income of Israel had increased by
more than 25% in 1951.
"Israel's national income for
1951 was approximately 470 mil-
lion Israel ponnds," Venezky said,
"as compared with 337.6 million
pounds in 1950." He added that
tional production is reflected in
the increase in the civilian work-
ing population, which rose by
61%, from 340,000 in 1949, to
548,000 in 1951.
Henry Montor, vice president
of the Israel Bond organization,
announced that in hundreds of
communities, synagogues would
take part in the Israel Bond Drive
during the Passover Holidays.
Referring to the fact that the
State of Israel will observe the
fourth anniversary of its inde-
pendence on Wednesday, April
30th, Montor told the Board of
Governors, that the occasion
would be observed with huge
mass celebrations in key centers
of the country.
and mutual understanding of di-
vergent views."
Paul H. Sampliner, chairman
of the JDA executive committee,
warned that the situation con-
fronting the American Jewish
community today required maxi-
mum support for the work of two
agencies "to establish the kind of
relations between Christian and
Jew that will make bigotry and
the appeals of bigotry a thing of
the past."
Harry E. Schultz, of New York
told the parley that the Jewish
community finds itself in "that
vital but dangerous positionthe
middle ground" and has to de-
fend itself against extremists of
both right and left.
r^11^'6.,118 iR th5 stat0 is the moshavah, and ho designates
fetah Tikvah, now a city, as an example. In its original form it
was an agrarian village composed partly of farmers who owned
the land and partly of laborers.
The moshav ovedim. Liebman indicates, is an emergent de-
velopment of the original morhavah. Here, members enjoy full
rights so far as property is concerned and share in the joint use
Of equipment and livestock and in purchasing and marketing.
The distinct characteristic of this community lies in the fact that
its land is owned by the Jewish National Fur.d. The last of Lieb-
man's major kibbutz category is ihe moshav shitlufi which com-
bines the features of cooperative and private ownership.
Whatever the levels of communal living in Israel and apart from
acceptance or rejection of Liebrran's physical analysis, his basic
premise regarding the motives for Jewish influx can not be argued
It was the ghetto (as he remarks) that cast the Jew from Eur-
ope to seek a new way of life. It was the endless series of pogroms
and the desire to break away from ancient religious observance
with which he had come to identify the reason for his plight, that
sent the Jew out of his nameless exile where he had lost his identity
among men and his right to self-determination.
Thus, from the outset, Liebman equates the Jewish will to re-
create its personality with a return to the soil. He fails, however,
to mention two important points: the fact that, at least historically.
Jews once were a pastoral-agrarian people and that (paradoxically)
their return to. an agricultural form of existence ran counter to
their experience over a period of some two millenia.
That a reborn Jewish nationalism was predicated upon a desire
to become e farming people again, seems, threfore, difficult to ac-
cept. Only Liebman's insistence that such a desire found its roots
in necessityin the absence of another alternativehas any degree
of credibility, whatever. "It was not the consequence of a pre-con-
ceived idea", he quotes from the sociologist, H. F. Infield. Rather,
it was the aim of Jews in an arrid land to pool their efforts and di-
vide the profits.

The portrait Liebman paints of Jewish communal life inevitably
parallels the medieval organization of European feudalism. Apart
from survival on its most elemental level, the primary aspirations
of Jews during the early days of the return revolved about the de-
sire to create a homeland, to prove the validity of the community-
living organization and to develop a belief based on self-esteem.
Certainly, such aspirations can not be considered anything
but admirable. I must, however, take exception along with Lieb-
man, to the place of the second as a fundamental prerequisite for
the establishment of the new Jewish state. Precisely there, lies
the difficulty of Israel's present social instability, and it is at the
feet of this intruding element where Liebman lays his claim that
the kibbutz is doomed to die.
Early pioneers brought with them the spirit of the Haskalah
the need to free themselves from the mark of traditional Judaism
and to become truly secularized without further ties to a religion
| which had brought them untold suffering. Such a spirit was reces-
sarv if their beginning efforts in old Palestine were to succeed, for
traditional Judaism (as it had been shaped by two thousand vears
in Eastern Europe) seemed inimical to the demands of a life spent
in joint agricultural effort. But the initial success of the kibbutz
brought the unreasonable indoctrination and idealization of labor
and the equation of ethical labor with religion, much as the Nazi
doctrine of Kraft durch Freude replaced German Lutheranism.
Any ideal, ro matter how well-meaning, when carried to
extremes becomes dangerous. It is in the nature of fanaticism to
repress the value of individuality. Thus, ihe effort io impose a
way of life as a thing unto itself and beyond the demand of ihe
moment, currently finds Israelis being ground into ihe very
machine ihey had constructed io assure their most important as-
pirationihe achievement of self-esteem. Where communal living
had been entered into as a means of arriving at persoral freedom.
Israeli citizens now often find themselves subordinated to the es-
sential desire of proving that such living is economically and
socially valid.
Thus, the parallel with medieval Europe is complete. Men
work "cooperatively" to the exclusion of their personal interest,
while religionRoman Catholicism or Judaismhas been super-
ceded by the ideal of labor.
Further, Liebman well points out that th? new religion seeks
to tamper with governmental matters. Mapam leaders, representa-
tives of this social order, have begun io trade on the Marxist prir-
ciple of class warfare, town's destinies in Israel have become their
creatures, and they use them relentlessly as instruments of their
political ambitions.
It is inevitable, therefore, that Israeli youth should seek to
break away from the organization they have created and which
they are unable further to control. I suppose one may regard this
new schismatic feeling in the same light as the European renais-
sance. Liebman feels that the prevalent movement in the new state
is away from the kibbutz toward the cities: toward culture, indus-
try and the effort to fulfill personal aspiration. But where the ren-
aissance followed some 1,400 years of communal organization, Israel's
current effort to refine its social structure follows hard upon the
heels of its War for Independence. As I see it. the will to change
comes too rapidly to bridge the hiatus between the state's obvious
lack of development and search after individualism as a philosophy.
Unfortunately, the kibbutz finds itself torn between the strife
of liberal interpretation of its function and unreasonable idealism
seeking io prove its theoretical reason for being. Unfortunately,
too, Israel's successful end must be based upon ihe success of its
builders, for the Jewish inclination is undeniably intellectual.
I can not, however, go along with Liebman when he applauds
the abandonment of the kibbutz and says: "The leaders of the
State can and will find adequate substitutes." Certainly, the man-
ifest need to be expressive individually is the end of any democracy.
But Israel's time for such expression has not yet come. There can
be no substitute for the builder in a pioneer land, and as yet, there
can be no place for personal ambition. The problem is otherwise
to make kibbutz leaders accept this in the sphere of communal life.


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jAY, APRIL 11. 1952
*.JenUii Fkridlkui
\aqler-tiranada
Erne*9* Affairs
L Women's Group of the
for-Granada Jewish Commu-
Center met at the Center
IdinK yesterday, when plans
The regular monthly Luncheon
held on April 22nd were
ussed.
Sidney Stiller presided
'heard announcement of
lie Heller's Dinner Key Res-
fant on April 29th. as the site
Idate "f the group's annual
or Luncheon, with Mrs. Leon
bard active as chairman.
ie regular monthly meeting of
Women's Group will be held
Ipnl 17th, at which time elec-
of officers for the coming
I will take place. Nominations
kde Mrs. Sidney Stiller,
Irnan: Mrs. Herman Feldman
Mrs. Charles Blau, vice chair-
Mrs. Jack Cohen, corre-
jing secretary, Mrs. Herman
man and Mrs. Ben Clein, re-
|ng secretary; and Mrs. Mor-
Lebar. treasurer,
ose nominated for Board
Kcrs arc Mrs. Paul Draizer,
lAlvin Newman, Mrs. Albert
Ian. Mrs. Ben Jonas, Mrs.
IShiff. Mrs. Irving Seid, Mrs.
an Trauman, Mrs. Jesse
fl, Mrs. Walter Stewart, Mrs.
Shapiro, Mrs. Albert Con-
Bn, Mrs. Arthur Robinson
Mrs. Robert Tauber.
group has also completed
for its Third Annual May
e, which will be held at the
Irman's Wharf, Miami Beach,
lay 24th.
Fish organizations in the
er Miami area have been in-
| !j ihuose an entrant for the
Selection of a Queen will
Itermined bv ballots deposit-
It:' door. The winner will be
pul May Queen Of Greater
jii. and will receive a silver
U cup, other gifts and a
lend for two at the Saxony
. Runners-up will also re-
gifts.
committee includes the
lanus Ben Clein, Sidney Stil-
]Iy Coverman, Phil Shiff, Ed-
Moore, Samuel Kirschner,
PAGE 3 D
)ur Many Jewish Friends
Very Happy Passover
from
lllie and Francis Maschek
Holitlau
Lounge
SAY HARBOR ISLAND
ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
|M I T O N E
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736 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-5822
BOB MARTIN
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ntue STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 86-2040
SPRING HOLIDAY it spent at
the San Marino Hotel by Brook-
lyn visitor, Gloria Levin.
Beach B'nai B'rith
Hears ADL Leaders
The Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will meet on Thursday
eving, April 17th, 8:30 p.m., at
the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium,
10th Street and Alton Road.
Gilbert J. Balkin, director of
the Florida Region, Anti-Defama-
tion League, will present Oscar
Cohen, of National Committee
Service Division, New York, and
Alexander F. Miller, Southern di-
rector, Atlanta, who will describe
the national ADL scene and its
program to overcome bigotry and
anti-Semitism.
Judge J. Fritz Gordon, of the
Circuit Court, will be principal
speaker at the regular weekly
luncheon meeting of the Lodge on
Tuesday, April 15th, 12:15 p.m.,
at the National Hotel.
To Honor News
Women Here
Complimentary invitations bear-
ing the greek insignia of
Theta Sigma Phi went into the
mails this week to 50 women who
have contributed to the cultural
and civic betterment of greater
Miami.
The local chapter of the na-
tional professional journalism
honorary society will play host
to this select group at a Front
Page Tea, 3 p.m., Saturday, April
19th, on the Starlight Roof of the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Assisting Theta Sigma Phi
members in honoring the women
who provide front page news for
press and radio will be local news
and radio reporters.
Selection of the honored wom-
en was made by a disinterested,
anonymous committee who culled
the merits of those nominated. As
a result, invitations went to wom-
en with major achievements in
art, music, education, philanthro-
py and community improvement.
Heading the committee for ar-
rangements are Mrs. Conley R. I Miss Peg Maguire assisting. Miss
Addington and Mrs. John T. Bills. I Roberta Applegate is the local
with Mrs. Don W. Wilson and I chapter president.
Robert Abelson and Joe Dubroff
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
Mrs. Frances Rubin
NAUTILUS HOTEL, 1825 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY PESACH TO ALL JEWRY
FROM YOUR CANDIDATE FOR
CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3
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Al. Braeman 1732 Collins Ave., M. B.
Best Wishes to Our Friends and Customers
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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10 S. E. 5th St. Phone 9-1697
Captain Edc lie Rickenbacker
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fjewist ncridfiar?
MM old Warsaw
Ghetto Memorial
The 9th anniversary of the
Battle ot the Warsaw Ghetto will
be observed in Greater Miami by
a mass meeting on Monday. April
21st.
The Memorial Meeting will be
he!.: I I e Miami Beach Jewish
C nter at 3:30 p.m. The prog
will include lighting ot six
an lies by Mrs. Gregory
Rosenkranz, a survivor of the
German concentration ca
The traditional memorial chant
will be sung by Cantor D
Silverman.
Dramatic readings are schedul-
ed by Beryl Morrison, B
Pritcher, of the University of Mi-
ami Ring Theatre, and Cantor
living RoDinson. Main addresses
will be delivered by Rabbi Irv-
Lehrman. Dr. Alexander
Mukdoni and Arthur Drevich. an-
other survivor of the Hitler atroc-
s. The Miami Beach Jewish
Center Choir, led by Robert
Strassburg, will present Ghetto
is with narration by Max
Gleiberman. The finale will i e
nted by Rabbi Max Sha-
P"
I. .. artzman and J
Duntov will act as chairmen
eting Tl Mi a] Mi i t-
ing is spons I Bu
i J Education and Jew
orgai I Grei i M ami.
Wai i "' I"1 is being
ceiel ted ii rni I lly on Ap-
191 Arrang ment
C :- '" nsists L -
Mrs Ti::v G i:r.,;r..
. Parties. Mrs. M.
s-.: : in. J I. Ci '
Da\:.: Silverman, Cant r Jacob
B M rris n, D..-. i I
Freedn n. Ann S i in Biid. .'.
W is M Gli
Joseph Dunt v. Lena
- n Isser.berg, Hei
v. :. aub,
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Mori H Ros-
S. H. A ':-
ry Sen rles Ftdeln n n I
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SJUNE
(Associated Photo)
Shepard Broad, elected honorary president for life of Temple Beth
Sholem, Miami Beach, is congratulated by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
as Leon J. Ell, who succeeded Broad as president, looks on. Broad
served as president of the Temple for three consecutive terms.
HEALTH
IGG5
Simonhoff in New York

New Y rk
s toui f thi Fai E -'
irrently
-
iiables Crater
Social Gatherings'
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter Membership Drive was be- ,
at the home of Judge and
Mrs San Silver on Wednesdaj
nig t, April 2nd.
J idge Silver, chai n t" the
Di announced a nu
or social gatherings planned to .
acquaint n< and pros-
with Temple
>hip.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coren-
: 6404 SW 12th Street.
nt< rtained on Saturday.
April 5th. at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
and Mrs Morns A. Skop. of 423
Coral Gables.
will entertain tomorrow at 8:30
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jules M.
Of 4240 SW 13th Street.
will entertain on Satur-
dav. April 19th. at 8:30 p.m. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Schulefand, of 1805
nand Street. Coral Gables.
on Saturday, May
3rd. at 8:30 p m.
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Calendar! Yahrzeit
Dates At A Glance, 1928
To 1952. All Jewish
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BIRD
County -
Commissioner
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JEWISH FLGRIDIAN
EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY
ON THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
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IfRlDAY, APRIL 11. 1952
^ropieal Lodge
forms Club
Committee
The Executive
topical Lodge, B'nai B nth. this
leek announced the formation of
"pL* president's Club to be
Uide'd by outgoing president of
(ak{ Lewis Sternshein.
The group, commemorating
... years ol Lodge activities in
).:, p... include Irving Cypen,
Budd Cutler and Sam Kessler,
last leaders of the Lodge.
TPrincipal duties will consist of
Urine on a Ways and Means
bmmittee to co-ordinate groups
*,.. promoting fund-raising pro-
frams ai <1 to further the interest
|r B'nai B'rith work in the com-
fcunitv. Installation will be at
ti annual banquet to be held this
honth.
+Je*isl) rtorktiain
PAGE 50
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Students of the Kneseth Israel Religious School receive instruction
in Passover customs from Rabbi Abraham Cassel 'seated, center)
and from Irving Shalom (standing, left) and Cantor Abraham
Seif (standing, right).
OPEN LETTER
Editor,
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sir:
The undersigned have begun a thorough check of the Kosher
hotels, restaurants and butcher shops to investigate their status of
Kashruth observar.ee. This is the first step in a plan to strengthen
and co-ordinate Kashruth supervision.
Such visits by the undersigned and the County Health Inspec-
tor in no way represent a Kashruth endorsement of the establish-
ments visited.
For information in Kashruth matters, the undersigned should
be contacted.
Respectfully
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Executive Director,
Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Executive Director,
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
MAY THE PASSOVER BRING TO ALL FRUITION
THE HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS OF THE
JEWISH PEOPLE THE WORLD OVER, AND A IUST AND
EVERLASTING PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD TURK
and their children
CORNELIA, JONATHAN and ROBIN
Mrs. Weinberger Dies
Mrs. William Friedman, of this
city, has received word of the
death of her sister, Mrs. Fannie
Weinberger, 70, ot Memphis, Ten-
nessee. Mrs. Weinberger was a
former Miami resident.
A PERSONAL MESSAGE
I Cantor Jack G. Bornstein will
[chant the liturgy during Fri-
loay evening services of Temple
llsrael at 8:15 p.m. Cantor
iBornstein is of the Hebrew Un-
[icn School of Education and
ISacred Music. A baritone sing-
ler, he has actively participated
lir. synagogue choirs and choral
[societies for many years.
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Best Wisher
For
PESACH
LEVER
31 A
JACK
B L 0 C K
Candida., for
Justice cf the Peace, Dist. 2
Attorney, Administrator,
Teacher at Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center
MM. Pol. Adv.)
from
Alto Adams
Your Candidate For
GOVERNOR
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FIRST RACE 8:00 P.M.
10 RACES NITELY
DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd
QUINIELAS EVERY RACE
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PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
Mendelson's Kosher Meat Market j
Norman Mendelson of White Lake, N.Y.
207 Almeria Ave.. Coral Gables
Ph. 48-0346
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF STRICTLY
KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY
Only the Choicest Grade of Western Meat Sold
Hotels and Restaurants Supplied
Under the Supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFF CO.
-3435
To my many good friends
and acquaintances
A Most Happy Passover
Jess Yarborough
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Mi
BUS SERVICE TO TRACK
Miami Transit Buses leave, iram S.E. First
St.. opposite Royal Tneeire. every 15 mm.
starting at 6 p.m.-WyUys Sportsman and
Stanley Tours from Miami Beach.
IT
INLY \
tu.rity;
My Sincerest Wishes
To You and Yours For
Joyous Holidays .
And, May Passover
Bring You Inspiration
For The Years To
Come.
As your Governor, I
pledge common-sense
leadership, real economy
end the stabilisation of
all government branches
on a sound, business
basis.
I want and will appre-
ciate your vote on May
6th.
,im. Pol Adv.)

Ch0" fM Ben^ome"
earW

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>Jelst>ncrkiian
^AY! APRn,
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Ine )
BEHIND THE SCENES: I: be disclosed that the reason, the
. ish reparations talks with Germany are not taking place in
Brussels, as originally scheduled, is that the Belgian authorities in-
dicated that thev would net !:ke tne talks in their country .
Apparently they were afraid of hostile demonstrations One such
demonstration took place in front of the Israeli legation ... II was
organized by local Communists As -.:-.e talks proceed now in The
Hague, it becomes m re and u that the German negotiators
rave r.o authority to make any decisions They can only listen
to the Jewish delegates and forward their demands for final de-
cision to the Bonn Government Within the ranks of the Bonn
Government, it seems, there are some who are reluctant to pay any
indemnification to Israel However. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
seems to be determined to bring the German-Israel negotiations to
a satisfactory conclusion Indicative of the moods among some
of the members of the West German Cabinet is a statement made
by Dr. Felix von Eckhardt. chief of the Press Department of the
Bonn Government .
This German official, who is supposed to | At a recent testimonial dinner honoring Dr. Abram Sachar, Brandeis University president, in M
, .1___ .\__ __u_i- f._____t__,-u___-__ .____u~*-m. Bl. n^.~ j.o !>? Mr Humid Turk. Camuu Tnrlr riairl ^ai-tn. i- .- .! I
wnat-is-what, said that the whole Gern-.an-Jewish repara-
problen-. is :.-'^.ng with legal, technical, political, domestic
and international difficulties Although he believes that the
lent -.jiks a*. The Hague will bring favorable results for Israel,
he is of the opinion that they will last a long time Incidentally,
he disclosed that Israel wants Germany to build as part of repar-
ations payment a great dam across one of the waterways in the
Jewish Stale for the generation of electricity This, he said,
uld b imp ssible as long as Israel does n;>t want any Germans
i n ;ts s il. sin el pi ject would n< ssitj te the tiding of several
its 1 Israel .

PASSOVER PRESENT: T American film-loving public has just
res nt : Israel ... It is Faitr-ful City, first
: duced English-speaking full-length film, which will be
distri in thi United States by RKO Radio Pictures ... In New
";' rk. it had its ] on Monday, in the fashionable Park
Avei lit Tl Ambassador Abba Eban of Israel and top level
representatives of the United States and foreign countries attend-
ed the event Faithful City deals with the problems of Jewish
war orphans whose parents were annihilated in Europe and who
are brought to Israel for rehabilitation ... It is a picture that leaves
-- n The children portrayed in the film have
lost I Idrcn. and are harsh, suspicious.
ity Yet they eventually become normal,
is besieged by the Arabs, they display the char-
. teristi I .i well-integrated community working for
mmon g It is a dramatic picture directed and produced
by Joseph Levies, a Polish Jew who lives in England and who is no
newcomer in the film industry He produced and directed a num-
ber of Polish films before the war. and in 1937, won one of the
prirjs at the Internationa! Film Festival in Venice The fact that
RKO lert thi listribul I Fi tl ful City is the best testimon-
ial for t pi ture Ji ws .r. the United Sates should not miss it .

MARCH OF TIME: P lish Jewry, more than 3.000.000 strong only
ars ag ..- n w a thing of the past After Hitler's annihila-
tion of the Jews in Poland, hsrdly 50.000 remain on Polish soil .
And even they are facing the fate of the Jews in Soviet Russia
where traditional Jewish life no longer exists But Jews lived
in Pol T ley lived there before there
I ry there dates back to the hinth cen-
'-.:: their 1.000 yean I residence thev developed
t-ie kind tradition: and a Jewish life which was consdered
' history ... In fact, at one time, a Jew,
Prochowi was crowned for one day to rule the country
. In the 12th century Jew- were put in charge of th? mint and
ins with Hebrew inscriptions Not to speak of the
..-.it in the 17th century they had alreadv become the largest
Jc wisl unity in the world The epic story of the thousand
years of Jewish life in Poland from the days of their early setile-
rr.er.t to the post-war days, when nothing of their cultural, economic
and other achievements has remained after the terrible period of
Nazi mass-murder is told now by Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum in a
book entitled Underground The author, a noted American Jew-
ish leader who was president of the Federation for Polish jiews in
t.-.e United States, has done a great service to Polish JewTy by pre-
senting its history The greatest part of his book is devoted to
describing the Nazi bestialities against the Jews in the ghettos and
ir. the extermination camps, and to recording tne heroism of the
partisans in their revolt against the Nazis But preceding
se chapters are many pages of very valuable and instructive
background on the role which Jews plaved in Poland during the
nturies they lived there This background, which is history in
a nutshell, is no less important than the story of what happened to
PolMh Jewry during the Nazi occupation ... It rourxis out a mil-
lennial of Jewish history in a section of the world where Jewish
civilization, developed over centuries under peculiar circumstances
ras been wiped out ruthlej I ..n a period of a few years
The book is extremely well written and is. in mv opinion, the best
volume on the life of Jews in Poland from their earliest davs of
s-ttlement to the pn nt time .
Delano Hotel's Blue Room, are left. Mrs. Harold Turk. Cornelia Turk. David Sachar. Alic* Got
and Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Schwartz. Center are Dr. Sachar. Harold Turk. Mr. and Mrs rT!
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg and and Mrs. Sachar.
Broad Elected
Life President
Of Beth Sholom
This week. Shepard Broad, lo-
cal civic and business leader, was
elected honorary president of
Temple Beth Sholem for life, ac-
cording to Temple officials.
Broad, who served as president
of the Temple for three consecu-
tive terms, was succeeded by
Leon J. Ell. Broad will serve on
the Board of Directors.
During Broad's presidency,
membership at the Temple reach-
ed record proportions. The relig-
ious school was enlarged. Broad
worked successfully to achieve
the clearing of all building mort-
gages. With the additional land
acquired during Broad's terms in
office. Temple Beth Sholem is
now one of the largest religious
sites on Miami Beach.
A candidate for election to the
Dade Countv Commission. Broad
has many years of experience as
a municipal leader, his supporters
indicate. He is mayor of the Town
of Bay Harbor Islands, which te
planned and developed from a
mangrove swamp.
He is creator of '.he two and
one-quarter million dollar Broad
Causeway, which was built at no
cost to the taxpayers. Opened last
October, the Causeway has al-
ready, proved its value to the
community. Nearly a million driv-
ers have used it to reach the
North Dade area.
Broad has lived in Dade Coun-
ty for twelve years and has been
active in many philanthropic en-
flabbl Joseph E. Rackovskv
94S Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
terprises. He is senior partner in
the law firm of Broad and Cas-
sel and president of the Carolina
Casualty Company, a national in-
surance firm.
He is also a founder and it
rector of the North Shore RmI
of Miami Beach and the m- of the North Miami &3
Building and Loan Association
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PAGE 7 D
lorida's Political Activities S3d"' \tZZ%zr
|4.hoo Suggests
\\oni.'iii For
Solicitor's Staff
h,- a special television appear-
Lce this week, Emmett W. Ke-
ne Chief Assistant Solicitor
nd' candidate for the office of
'unlv Solicitor, stressed the lm-
hrtance of retention of a worn-
ii a-nong the Solicitor's staff.
[in singling out Miss Adele Seg-
ii [or commendation, Kchoe,
ated. "An experienced attorney
te Miss Segall who has the abil-
G'f keeping members of the
|me sex at ease during an ap-
bintnn nt is invaluable in an-
vzing domestic relations cases.
has beer, our experience that
omen usually feel much more
|ce in discussing their problems
Ijtli Miss Segall."
Kchoe. headlining his campaign
lith tie slogan, Qualified By
Tperience, is running for pro-
bum to the top Solicitor's post
jter announcement by the in-
Imb. nt. Robert Taylor, that he
Jnut a candidate to succeed him-
m.
loth Campaigns
?or Odham
,\";,t Koth, president of the
_o: i la Fashion Mart, of Tampa,
Id the Miami Beach National
Ishmn Exhibition, returned from
KO-tlav trip through Florida in
hall' of the candidacy of Brailey
|hai;i U oth attended a Dollars For
_ency Talkathon Campaign in
In pa, St. Petersburg and Or-
bdi during the .past two week-
Bs s rvlng on a State Finan-
ce C '! mittee, other members
Jlude Lloyd Gahr, of Orlando;
|ank Ward, of Jacksonville; L.
.ohnson, of Sanford; and Tom
lb n> Daytona Beach.
Rut. reported that "Odham .is
t: ing support throughout Flor-
b from merchants and small
Biness firm. He is presenting
I candidacy on his past record
[ piida Legislature and on
platform to restore decency,
lesty and efficiency in state
ben ment."
|a x payers* Group
M'named Here
le-named the Miami Beach
xpayers' Association succeed-
the former North Bay Area
tpayers' Association, board
mbers of the group this week
Iped militant plans for greater
[>' a tion.
jint one in the civic crusade
i fact-finding forum on the
k- water and gas rates recently
plK-d by Peoples Water and
Company. Under the chair-
iship of P. J. Davis, longtime
Bh resident and pioneer
lldcr, the Civic Affairs Com-
Itte members include Jack Ab-
1. Max Orovitz, Charles Sil-
|s. Charles H. Alcock and Hugh
an iik. A second special com-
ee appointed to examine zon-
and property rights consists
'ack Ablin, Philip R. Mallory
* >hn Denvir.
Albert Heller
Miami Beach Taxpayers'
jociation also announced an
anded membership campaign
pugh the coming weeks. Co-
lirniin are Albert L. Heller and
in Denvir. Serving with them
I M's. Sydney L. Weintraub.
P'' Jacobs, Henry E. Wolff,
p'>r Andrew J. Sordoni, Jack
i" and Helen Alpert.
fact-finding forum will
wnt -tacts on both sides of
question" at a city-wide pub-
'^"ing said president E. Al-
Hdllot. Leading speaker will
>v E. Jones, executive vice
P'rtent of the Peoples Water
Uas Company.
Weiss Stresses
School Growth
Milton Weiss, candidate for re-
election to the Dade County
School Board, at a meeting of
his area managers and workers,
spoke of the growth and develop-
ment of the public school system
in Dade County.
Everett Collins, in introducing
Weiss, traced the candidate's
membership on the School Board
for the past 12 years. He stated:
"During the last decade the num-
ber of children enrolled in our
schools has almost doubled. The
number of teachers employed has
increased from 1,507 to 2,776.
Dade County schools must have
a man such as Milton Weiss, with
the accumulation of his years of
experience and whose services to
the citizens and children of our
County have been beyond com-
pare."
Weiss discussed some of the
school problems. He said: "One
problem that we have is the tre-
mendous fluctuation in registra-
tion due to the fact that Dade
County includes Miami and Mi-
ami Beach, America's leading va-
cation resorts. Winter visitors
bring children who must be ad-
mitted to our schools. During the
peak of the season we are cramp-
ed for space. However, we can-
| not create permanent structures
for the unusually large registra-
tion that exists for only two or
three months of the school year.
"A second problem arises from
the fact that ours is a rapidly
growing community which is ex-
panding north, west and south.
We must be concerned with the
geographical shifts in our popu-
lation. We must meet not only
the needs of the present but also
of the future."
"I want to call the attention of
all the people in Dade County
to the fact that while I am a can-
didate from District 5, every vot-
er in the County is eligible to
cast a ballot for me," he added.
Milton Weiss, candidate for re-
election to the Board of Public
Instruction, District 5, has an-
nounced the appointment of Lou-
is S. Edwards, Realtor, of 261 Al-
hambra Avenue, as his campaign
manager lor the Coral Gables
area.
Edwards is the president of the
Realty Board of Coral Gables,
a member of the Planning Board
and a director of the Quarterback
Club. He is a long-time resident
of this area. He and Milton Weiss
were classmates at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
In accepting the appointment,
Edwards said: "I have known
Milton Weiss for over 20 years,
and I have long been an admirer
of him and of the work that he
Turk Warns
Against Smears
County Commissioner Harold
Turk, seeking to keep his post on
the County Commission from the
fifth district, this week urged
his supporters to take no notice
of the attempts to discredit him.
"Remember, whether you
touch dirt or dirt touches you,
you'll get dirty," the candidate
said. "Leave dirt to those who feel
at home with it. You and I shall
stick to the record of my past ser-
vices and to my platform of fu-
ture plans."
County Commissioner Turk
pledged in his platform to work
for the speedy completion of three
major projects for Dade county:
a medical school with laboratories
to further medical research, an
express highway from the North
which he believes should be self-
paying and the establishment of
the inter-American Cultural and
Trade Center in Dade county,
which the Commissioner believes
will add to Dade county's pros-
perity. ^^^^^
Adams Sees Tax
Burden On Poor
Alto Adams, Ft. Pierce candi-
date for Governor, this week an-
nounced his desire to see the
State Road Department taken out
of partisan political speeches.
Referring to his plan to reor-
ganize the executive branch and
make the elected cabinet officers
equally responsible with the Oov-
ernor for appointments, Adams
also struck at the state's system of
taxation saying that "Florida s en-
tire tax structure was designed to
| put the heavy tax burden on the
poor man and leave the rich men
I relatively free.
Henderson
Charges Tratfic
Negligence
Traffic engineering, safety ed-
ucation and accident prevention
control in the unincorporated ar-
eas of Dade County, under the
administration of the recent in-
cumbents of the sheriff's office,
are still in the era of the horse
and buggy due to the inexper-
ience of the political appointees
who have assumed problems far
beyond their ability to solve
them, O. D. "Jack" Henderson,
candidate for that office, charg-
ed here.
Speaking before a group of vol-
unteer workers at his campaign
headquarters, Henderson pointed
to his traffic experience as as-
sistant director of safety educa-
tion at the Miami Police Academy
and as safety director for the
City of Miami.
Among the traffic innovations
instituted by Henderson was the
elimination of the circle at Bis-
cayne Boulevard and 13th Street.
"This change should have been
affected years ago, but political
pressure kept this congested and
obsolete barrier until I forced the
issue and removed it.
"Most of the candidates in the
sheriff's race are harping on the
theme of gambling, but not one
of these candidates ever men-
tions traffic control or any other
of the multitude of functions of
a well-run, competently equip-
ped and expertly staffed sheriff's
office. They do not mention these
important functions because they
do not have the exeperience or
ability to recognize these prob-
lems, let alone to arrive at any
satisfactory remedy that will jus-
tify the voters' electing them to
this office."
has done for the good of our
community. During the 12 years
that Milton Weiss served on the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction he has at all times de-
voted himself to the advance-
ment of our educational system
and the improvement of our
school."
Perrine Palmer, candidate for j
State Senate, this week pledged, i
when elected, to work for revi-
sion of Florida's intangible tax
laws to "remove an unjust burden !
imposed on residents of Dade \
County."
Palmer pointed out that in the
last two years Dade County resi-
dents have paid $2,636,407.62 in
intagible taxes. "This is almost
half the amount paid by all of
Florida's 66 counties combined,"
Palmer said. "Dade County got
back only $176,000."
Palmer's attack on taxes fol-
lowed vigorous blows on new
"stands on Homestead Exemption
ar.d high milk prices."
Morton L. Perry, Miami attor-
ney and candidate for Justice of
Peace in District 3, addressed the
Civil Procedure class of the Uni-
versity of Miami on Wednesday,
April 9th, at the courtroom of the
University of Miami Law School.
Perry discussed the subject of
Criminal And Civil Procedure In
The Lower Courts and outlined
the procedure of bringing civil
and criminal matters before the
lower courts for hearing. An in-
formal discussion period followed
when Perry answered questions
from students concerning the
practical application of Florida
laws to the operation of the lower
courts.
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JUt'* Keep 76e Recount StMtf&tt
State Senator R. B. (Bunn) Gautier's op-
ponent has used me oldest of political tricks
to splatter an incumbent with false charges!
In order that you may judge the meritf of both candi-
dates on their records, here ore the facts.
Rated among 3 top men in the whole legislature. Sen.
Gautier Introduced and passed more bills in 1949 and 1951
than any other senator. Here's a port of what he ac-
complished:
On the other hand why hasn't Senator Gautier's opponent spoken of his record as a
Miami city commissioner for 7 years?
It is because he has no record of accomplishments! Miami has had 7 changes of
city managership in 7 years.
Does Miami hove the new incinerator it needs9
Are the railroad.tracks out of the downtown area?
Does Miami have the new sewage disposal system?
No, his record is 7 years of dissension, lock of unity and squabbling.
TZe-SUct
Be B. (BUM)
GAMER
7{*a* State Senator
"VOTE FOR BUNN"
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


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*Jew 1stncr/dkto
Elect Ben Clein President Ot Flagler-
Granada Group; Succeeds Sidney Stiller
I -Granada Jewish
C unity Ci nt< i hi elected
B I B. Cl<
H -'.Rove's Sidney St.il.':- who
.... | tht group for tl i
.
rved
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past th ret years He is

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[or thi
politan Unit
lived in I
past 27 years and
ntly i i plaque.....as
Sidney Raskin and Milton
..:. ice in the
struction oi the Flaglei Gra-
Jewish Community Center.
H irried, to the former Eve-
Marks oi this city.
Kii : '
ted to s rve as \ ic president
an : th I
Ki schnei has taken an acti\ e
I : in the Cent i sini e its incep-
served on the Board
2 year.
[rs N it n Traumai has been
elec:< to th ording
u \ ".: | aum in has pa: -
::' :.'
I tiv -.' pi gran and in
the F lada N
rman'of 1
1951. ar.d hi
I
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Morton ." I
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Ben Clein
Edward Peyser. Harold Strumpf.
. Stiller and Sidney Stiller.
rary Board Member* are
non Issenberg and I. Ruben-
stein.
I ouri Xo Waee
For Levity, Judge
Morris Iniliraics
Supi rters I C cuit Judge Joe
N. Morris, a candidate in the May
6th primary, this week release I
v. ing ent:
"Judgi M ris not seeking a
i Ise. He is
......ection to the circuit
was ap-
January, 1951, when a
> of thi Dade
mty B Ass iation ise him
n for the vacancy."
Judg e appoint-
ircuit court
: a law career ol 37 j
said, "i havi ti ied in n y rapacity
i] cu judgi for the past 15
nder justice fairly,
rtially and without any fa-
n I sinci rely vei y
is due his day in court. Le-
nd Favoritism have no place
:. my urt."
Miller Circle
li.is Installation
Mi mi Beach Anna Miller
installed I dent, Mrs.
Kantor, at a meetini
1 ay in the Elks Lodj
Othi Mrs Gil-
nd Mrs, Isi IT
lents; Ml Mi ill E I
......
Schwai'.'. i n tary;
and Mrs. Mattis, corres-
tary.
V'ici ent Mrs Gord n was
y Mrs. Li w
g the past
Mi s, Wi < cun
a iat i age bath for |
n to the Harry-Anna Crip-
H in Uma-
Adams Quarters
State Creed
M(:. bers of Florida's Jewish
unity, who have ofti n been
is i anage-
mei t in thi St iffairs in the
past, i re now in a position to help
. ecoi
and electing, as govi i -
Uto Adan I Fort P
his su] rtei v this
H een a fai mi i
Alto Adi u and will
on !. led. II
shows an impressive list
ation wl ile a n etnbi
State Supreme Court.
-He offers to end the un
ranted 'kicking around' to which
liquor dealers have boon subject-
i lely because they are in
that business, and he sponsors
I'lid will initiate a program i I
equahtv for minority groups
everywhere in Florida." Adams'
campaign headquarters reported.
"Pi nom of many assorted nation-
- now living in Florida have
already chosen Alto Adams as
their champion, and have given
evidence ol convincing support
for his election on Mav 6th."
The just, it was stated here, has
the endorsement of liberal groups
everywhere. He is unalterably op-
posed to the growth and even the
existence ol the infamous Ku
Klux Klan and will work for an
end to the socialistic trend in gov-
ernment which has led Florida
into a quagmire of boards, and
commissions, all politically ap-
point
"Political profiteering ar.d pork-
barreling are outlawed in his ad-
ministration, as are waste and ex-
travagance, the old-fashioned
.Ik :1s system and ail those pre-
ferential policies which would al-
low racketeers of whatever stamp
to have any say in the state's
management," his supporters ad-
ded.
The State Road Department's
ande i and dictatorial sys-
tem of allocating contracts :s due
1 >r a ii""- xhaUStive review, it
was remarked. The politically
d State Improvement Com-
l SSion will : o longer be allowed
to incur unlimited bonded indebt-
edness witl out the approval of
the legislature or the electorate.
Born in Walton County in 1899.
Alto Adams went to the Univers-
ity of Florida after three years
of high sehool and enlisted in the
Navy in World War I. He was
admitted to the bar in 1921. prac-
ticing in Pensacola, and three
years later moved to Fort Pierce.
He is married to the former Car-
ra Williams, and their two chil-
dren are both married.
Alto Adams began his service
to the State in 1937. when Gov-
ernor Fred Cone appointed him
to the State Welfare Board. With-
in a year n< was circuit judge for
the Ninth Judicial Circuit.
The court's rotation plan put
I Alto Adams in as chief justice in
11949. A home-grown candidate,
his supporters state he is closely
isociati i with the State's prob-
lems at the gubernatorial level.
lie makes no snap decisions and
will bring a refreshingly quiet
nity to the State's highest
offii
11. warrants the consideration
very voter who would like to
see Florida's government less I
wasteful, less cluttered with re 1
which benefits a privileged I
: dedicated to sanity and
:- ottom economy."
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fWDAY. APRIL 11. 1952
+Jewidh Ihxidliaun
PAGE 9 D
\Air Exodus: Past, Present
Rabbi Rackovsky Delivers
I Sermon At Friday Service
Hi! bi Joseph Rackovsky will
officiate during Friday morning
IPnssover services of the Congre-
; Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid
Avenue, Miami Beach, at 8:30 a.
|, The Subject of the Rabbi's
;, is scheduled as: What Is
Ei'
Services for Saturday morning
i-jll be at 8:30 a.m., with the
teabbi discussing the Weekly Por-
Cion. At 4:30 p.m., Mincha will
Passover And Easter Compared I Cantor Jacob Goldring Chants
At Early Morning Service
Rabbi Simon April will dis-
cuss Passover And Easter during
Friday morning Passover servic-
es of the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation, 1101 SW 12th
Avenue, at 8:30 a.m.
Friday evening services are
scheduled at 6:15 p.m. The Dry
Bones Of Israel will be the sub-
ject of Rabbi April's sermon dur-
ing Saturday morning services at
Past And Future Passover
Viewed At Israelite Center
The Israelite Center, 3198 SW
24th Terrace, Miami, will hold
Passover services early Friday
morning at 9 a.m.
The subject of a sermon to be
delivered by Rabbi Abraham
Sachs is scheduled as: The Pass-
over Of Egypt And The Pass-
ive i In The Future.
Friday evening services will be
at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning
s. rvices are scheduled for 9 a.m.,
when Rabbi Sachs will discuss
the Weekly Portion.
Bollow a
discourse. Shalos Seudos iwill chant the liturgy.
8:30 a.m. Cantor Berele Kelcmer "1 th Week. The Bar Mitzvah of
At Beach Center Service
Friday morning Passover serv-
ices Of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, 1701 Washington Avenue,
will be at 9 a.m.
Kabbi Irving l.ehrman will con-
duet evening sei vices at 8:30 p.m.,
with Jacob Y. Goldring chanting
the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehr-
"la.n "V,!1 PreS* ('n thj. Portion'; Cantor Haalman Assists Rabbi'
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Daily morning services are at
|7:30 a.m., followed by a class in
IMishna. Mincha is at 6.15 p.m.,
followed by a class in Jewish
Laws and Customs.
Views Difference At Beth
David Friday Passover Service
Rabbi Max Shapiro will dis-
cuss It Is Different Today, during
'liday morning Passover services
f the Congregation Beth David,
625 SW 3rd Avenue, at 9 a.m.
Jantor Maurice Mamches will as-
isl the Rabbi.
Floral offerings will be pre-
ented by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
her in memory of Mr. Sher's
at her.
Services Saturday morning will
jji gin at 9 a.m., with the Rabbi
liscussing the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
t 6:30 p.m.
A class in Laws and Customs
is scheduled for 5 p.m., followed
by Mincha, Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.
Cantor Urlich Assists Rabbi
Abramowitz at North Shore
The Fifth Question, will be the
subject of a sermon to be deliv-
ered by Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz durine Passover services of
the North Shore Jewish Center,
Dickens Avenue and 75th Street,
Friday morning at 8:30 a.m.
A Torah reading, at 10 a.m., will
follow. During Friday evening
services, 8:15 p.m., the Rabbi will
discuss A Tale Of Four Sons.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:15 a.m. Rabbi
Abramowitz will review the
Weekly Portion. Cantor Leo Ur-
lich will chant the liturgy.
Martin Leon, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Herman R. Mechlowitz, will take
place at that time.
A class in Bible will be held at
4:30 p.m., with Shalos Seudos fol-
lowing. Daily services are in the
chapel at 8 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m.
Ahavas Israel Schedules Bible
Class For Saturday Afternoon
Passover services for Friday
Mining at the Ahavas Israel
ynagogue, 7135 Byron Avenue,
[jami Beach, are to be held at
a.m.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will discuss:
led Is Glorified Through Israel
h> Servant. Friday evening serv-
es are scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
the Rabbi will preach on: Pass-
i liie Break Of Dawn, dur-
tifi Saturday morning services, 9
I.m. Cantor Aaron Bloom will
jhanl 'he liturgy.
A Bible class is scheduled for
1:30 p.m., with Mincha at 5:30
i.m. followed by Shalos Seudos.
)aily services are at 8:30 a.m.,
id at <> p.m.
Arthur Deutsch Sponsors Oneg
Shabbat At Zamora Center
The Zamora Jewish Center, 44
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables,
will hold early Friday morning
Passover services at 9 a.m.
Friday evening services are
scheduled for 8:30 p.m., with Rev-
erend Rudolf E. Brill officiating.
Guest speaker will be M. H.
Rosenhouse, Miami attorney and
civic leader. His topic is sched-
uled as: The New Significance
Of Passover. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow, under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. Arthur Deutsch in
| honor of his son, Elliot's birth-
Rabbi Mescheloff Views Youth| Jjunior sabbath services will be
At Beth Jacob Passover Service!held at 9 a.m., on Saturday morn-
- /-.!-. ir *u n u 'ing, with Masters W. Winneman
Our Glorious Youth, will be I
the subject of a sermon to be de-
Honig At Hollywood Service
The Jewish Community Center 1
of Hollywood. 2030 Polk Street,
will hold late Friday evening ser-
vices at 8:30 p.m. Liberation Or
Escape, a psychological approach
to Exodus, will be the subject of
a sermon scheduled for delivery
by Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. Guest
soloist for the evening will be
Mrs. Hattie Wagner.
Cantor Mordechai Haalman
will chant the liturgy and assist
the Rabbi during all services.
Saturday morning prayer is
scheduled for 9:30 a.m., along
with Junior Congregation serv-
ices. Daily services are at 9 a.m.
Cantor Bornstein At Friday
Service Of Temple Israel
Why Do Jews Go To Syn?-
logue, will be the subject of a
ermon to be delivered by Dr.
R. Narot during Friday
Ivening services of Temple Is-
ael, 137 NE 19th Street, at 8:15
.ni.
Featured in the service will be
Kantor Jack G. Bornstein, of the
Hi bi. ... Union School of Educa-
tion and Sacred Music, New York
lity. Cantor Bornstein will ren-
ki musical portions of the serv-
fce together with the choir and
rganist.
livered by Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off during Friday morning Pass-
over services of the Congregation
Beth Jacob, 301-311 Washington
Avenue, at 8:30 a.m.
Friday evening services are
scheduled for 6:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 8:30
a.m., with Junior Congregation
services at 10 a.m.
Mincha is scheduled for 6:15
p.m., with Shalos Seudos follow-
ing. The Rabbi will discuss the
Weekly Portion.
and B. Israelite officiating. Reg-
ular services will follow. Min-
cha is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center, 50 NW 51st Place,
will hold Passover services Fri-
day mornir.g at 9 a.m.
Friday evening services are
scheduled for 6:30 p.m., with Rev-
erend Leo Heim officiating. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m.
A Holy Ark has been donated
for the Chapel by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wexler in memory of their
6on, Milton.
| Organ Preludes Precede
Service At Temple Beth Sholom
Friday evening services of
Temple Beth Sholom, Chase Av-
enue and 41st Street, will be at
3:15 p.m., with organ preludes
scheduled immediately before.
Subject of a sermon to be de-
Swirsky Views Sight And'livered by Rabbi Leon Kronish
West Miami Jewish Center
Early Friday evening services
of the West Miami Jewish Center
will be at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxinan will lead
the late service scheduled for 8:30
p.m. The subject of his sermon
is scheduled as: Passover: Food
Or Thought. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Teitler will be hosts at an Oneg
Shabbat.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Wax-
man discussing the Weekly Por-
tion.
Rabbi Gross Conducts Passover
Service Of Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander Gross will dis- j
cuss The Four Sons In Jewish !
Life during Friday morning Pass- |
over services of the Hebrew ,
Academy, 918 6th Street, at 9
a.m.
Friday evening services are |
scheduled for 6:15 p.m. A special
service will be held at 9 a.m., on
Saturday morning. Mincha is
scheduled for 6:15 p.m. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m., and at
6:30 p.m.
Reverend Goldberg Discusses
Weekly Portion
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, 6500 North Miami Avenue,
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend
George Goldberg officiating.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m., with Reverend Gold-
berg discussing the Weekly Por-
tion.
Cantor Seif Assists Rabbi
Cassel At Kneseth Israel
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will con-
duct early Friday morning Pass-
over services of the Kneseth Is- lenue, at 9:45 a.m.
rael Congregation, 1415 Euclid Friday evening services are
Avenue, Miami Beach, at 8:30 a. i scheduled for 8:15 p.m., during
Glazers Sponsor Kiddush At
Coral Gables Jewish Center
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will con-
duct early Friday morning Pass-
over services of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Av-
Friday evening services are
scheduled lor 6:30 p.m. At 8:30
a.m., Cantor Abraham Seif will
assist the Rabbi in Saturday
morning services.
Mincha is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Center
Friday evening services of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Relief At Beth El Service
Dr, Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will
induct Friday morning Passover
prvices of the Congregation Beth
f. 500 SW 17th Avenue, at 8:30
Km.
The subject of Dr. Swirsky's
ermon, at 10 a.m., is scheduled
Seeing Is Believing. Satur-
day morning services will be at
VW a.m. Topic of the discourse
Ml be: The Song Of Songs.
A class in Talmud conducted
the Rabbi will be held on
aturday afternoon at 4:45 p.m.
Iincha is scheduled for 5:45 p.m.
pntor Jacob Tambor will chant
e liturgy at all services.
is scheduled as: Food And Freed-
om. .,,
Saturday morning services wil.
be at 10:45 a.m. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render all musical
portions of the service. Rabbi
Kronish will officiate and preach.
The Bar Mitzvah of Donald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gerson,
will take place at that time.
which the Rabbi will preach on
thp topic: Who Is Really Free.
Saturday morning services will
be held at 9:45 a.m., with Torah
study and Kiddush under the
sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Ab-
raham Glazer in honor of Mr.
Glazer's 81st birthday, following.
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Center,
Community Center, 951 East 4th 13630 West Dixie Highway, will
Avenue, will have Cantor Ben
Grossbcrg and Mr. Nate Becker
conducting the services at 8:30
p.m. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
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Friday evening services of the
Downtown Synagogue, 135 NW
3rd Avenue, will be at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning Services will |
be at 8:30 a.m., with a discourse :
on The Portion Of The Week.
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Alexander Cohen will chant,
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Young Israel Synagogue
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+Jewls*tk>rktk*r,
FRIDAY. APRn.
Dade County Cancer Institute Announces
Membership Openings For Lay Public
Tlio D;ide County Cancer In-
Etitute has announced the opening
: its first members .llnnnt
l i .: i ( $101,750.
The announcement was made
si Sa( by Leonard A.
Wien. Dr. Homer L. Pearson and
W. Keith Phillips, membership co-
.. i it:. : the campaign.
y said that by ai tion of the
Institute's Board i I Directors,
: ship is now op'':-, to the
publi lirst tin e so that
r.ll who wish n in its pro-
01 cancer detection, train-
arch.
A mailing of some 100.000 let-
ters will be made throughout the
area during April, and members
of the 46-membtr Board, aided by
physicians, lay groups and inter-
ested individuals will personally
contact hundreds of other per-
sons. Wien. Institute president,
explained that funds from mem-
berships are needed to provide for
the anticipated operating deficit
for the coming year.
"The diagnosis and training sec-
tions currently are operating at
a deficit of S76.750. while the re-
search department needs an addi-
tional S25.000 over and above ex-
isting research grants to carry on
its present search for the basic
rr.vsteries of cancer." Wien said.
'"Our deficit in the diagnostic
section is present because of the
below-cost charges for cytological
: sts for cancer and because more
than 25 per cent of all tests have
been made ai c st," he continued.
Membership leaders called this
appeal an "em< rgency measure"
.-ure operation of the young
rut rapidly expanding Institute.
Thev point to the Institute's rec-
ord oi i I sh w that the
lumi f tests li eventually
will lessen the pr .it in
the diagn I I the work.
During I i fi si q lai t< r of the
ne-yea entei
ati m, cytoli -. al test for i n
::. Cur-
tesl : sing more
KM) a n nth.
M re than 250 physician-mem-
iinty Medical
Ass iati :.-r the cen-
- fa ilil an aid in can-
sers are 1 ing idd I ai the rate
ne a day. In reased volume of
nua] mem-
ps are expected to i
Institute in
ity fo:
al fund raisir.g appeals. In-

inty Cytology
Ji :." :. ne : ; very few such
' ;:-. the world, is a
pioneer undertaking II rcprest nts
a progri ssivi step in tl
cancer control, We in D l Coun-
ty shi uld : i proud to havi
,, :';...:ity so readily av n.-
us. It i -< nts one n
-. lit;on to South. Fl
wth .is a m< dical and
scientific center." Wien sa
Dr. Pearson expl
a relatively new word to most
laymenas a study t cells
ody tissues to find early
cer. He s-id the tests are -
painless anil nominal m -'
Tl ey ii i made in the offii es ol
physicians, in hospitals or i
then sent to thu Cytology Center
of the Dade County Cancer In-
stitute where they are studied for
possible cancer, and returned to
. physicians for interpretation to
their patients.
Shoulson Speaks At
{Spinoza Outdoor Forum
Dr. Isidaore H. Shoulson will
I address the Spinoza Outdoor For-
um tomorrow afternoon. 3 p.m.,
1 on the lawn of the home of Dr.
'Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street
and Ocean Court, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Shoulson is an eighth
generation Sabra. He began his
schooling in Jerusalem and com-
pleted his formal education here
in America, holding degrees from
I Yeshiva University of the City
! of New York. City College of
New York and Grozer College,
Chester, Pennsylvania.
The topic of Dr. Shoulson's
lecture before the Spinoza For-
um is The Contribution Of Saad-
iya Gaon To Our Thinking. Irv-
ing Strauss will preside.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
.1 by Simon -' I l< n
Rabbi Sachs To
Bo Honored Hero
Rabbi Al raham Sachs will be
| i tl Israelite Center
,i a Testin nial Dinner in the
Lincoln Manor, Miami Beach, on
Sunday e\ May 4th. 7:30
p.m. He u pr sented with
a plaque at thai time.
,; j s the son of tl '
late Rabbi Samuel Sachs, ol
Cleveland. Ohio. He was ordain-
ed in Europi ;.t the Yeshiva Tel-
zer, Lithu n a, Bv Rabbi Simon
Yehuda Skop. first dean of Telzer
and later Chiel Rabbi of Gredna.
Hah Sachs began a series ot
sermons on the Weekly Portion
al t e Israeliti Center some four
years ago ami has been speaker
at Saturday morning services
since then. Although a member
it the Rabbinate, he is principally
engaged in business here.
In Cleveland. Rabbi Sachs was
president of the Mizrachi Organ- I
ization for 14 years, president of
all Hebrew Schools there and or.
the Board of Education.
Mr. Hy Morns, who along with
Ben Katz conducts services at
the Israelite Center, is chairman
of the Testimonial Dinner.
Gertz Unveiling
The d to the memory of the late Leon
Gertz, formerly of 1025 8th
t Miami Beach, will take
plao Sunday, April 13th. 11 a.m.,
it Ml. Sinai Memorial Park Cem-
etery. Surviving are two sons,
and Al < Ol New York, ar.d
two daughters, Mrs. Charlotte
;., .t:.d Mrs. Hellen Green-
baum, also of New York; also
eight grandchildren. He was a
nember of Shandloff Lodge 192,
Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmi r's Miami Monument Corn-
par y: fi lends and relatives are
; to attend.
Seeks Xante
. Th(' dnv'' to uncover a .
for the new B'nai BVth .i,"*1"
recently formed here?**4
der way, Mrs. Ida ommr .
SW 24th Terrace mL nounccd early this weekT" ""
"Everybody ls invited to *
ticipate in the namirg." yj? JS
ner said. Suggest ,,n m.i, ty
ed with Mrs. SSSsiS
Mrs. A. F '.lip""1""*
The gn.w:. d
charter members wni ,.i,,~, *
Membership Tea schefe'
Tuesday April 24th, in fifi
ony Restaurant. e l*
Eye 0iroup
Plans Congress
Plans for the 1952 American
Optometric Congress, scheduled
for Miami Beach June 8th
through 11th, were discussed at
a meeting of the Southeast Flor-
ida Optometric Association last
Mondav right. Dr. S. G. Schneid-
er, general chairman of the 1952
national convention, reported.
>l 4.. .iih Speaks
Here April 23rd
J. Howard McGrath will ad-
dress a public rally in Bayfront
Park, April 23rd, it has been an-
nounced by Marx Faber, chair-
man of the Outstanding Citizens'
Awards Committee.
The annual event, to select the
outstanding man and woman for
the year 1951. is being sponsored
oy Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
together with other civic organ-
izations. The awards are made
available through the Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, of Miami.
Nominations will be accepted
through April 10th. and the win-
ners will be announced on the
evening of the 23rd, by the chair-
man of the judges committee, W.
Keith Phillips, Sr. Other judges
will be Mrs. Sidney Weintraub,
Mrs. Vladimir Virrick. Dr. Mur- j
ray Sanders and Clyde Atkins.
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+Jewisti noricUan
PAGE 11 D-
Yehuda Lists
immer Activity
hplicali
fed '
ions are now being ac-
tor Camp Tel Yehudah,
1Ced Mrs. Seymour B. Lieb-
,.:i iman of the Greater Mi-
; Youth Commission
" Scholarship Committee.
A.. Goodman, chairman of
[ocai Commission.
Ill Jewish boys and girls be-
| ages of 14 and 17 are
', attend," thev stated.
; the important factor is
to serve the Jewish
He \ \. rant personality and
tic leadership qualities cou-
u;!h an interest in Jewish
life and current af-
| arl also necessary."
mp Tel Yehudah is the Na-
\\ Senior Young Judaea Camp
located at the Brandeis
i Institute of the South, Hen-
..irille, North Carolina, on
fland Lakethe crest of the
Ridge Mountains.
Ic camp is a pioneering ven-
|in (native camping on a co-
Btional basis. "An experi-
m Jewish living. Tel Ye-
Dffers young people an
rtunity to direct their ener-
fabilities and interests along
sh li' es in the atmosphere of
ral Zionism. The camp pro-
's the best products of
ran Jewish Commun-
Israel and of American
icracy," the chairmen said.
daily schedule will provide
rtunity for work periods dur-
lich time such camp proj-
dening, grounds main-
ice, carpentry and facilities-
ip. will be assigned to
rrs on a rotating basis. The
I study program, which
^ ed to present an under-
ling of contemporary Jewish
i> onducted on the basis of
pidual needs. Much time dur-
day will also be allotted
ganized and freeplay, which
eature an all-round water
Bnd-sports program. Creative
sh arts, on an individual and
basis, will find expression
heduled periods of concentra-
|and in evening and special-
lion programs.
camp is run on a coopera-
bommunity basis," Mrs. Lieb-
|explained. "The attempt is
to conduct the camp pro-
and activities, with Tel Ye-
|h serving as a typical local
rican Jewish community.
bunk represents a family
and has its proper repre-
tion in the camp govern-
Democracy is not a theory
major area of practice at
fehudah."
year, Tel Yehduah will
two one-month sessions de-
to expressing the Young
Sponsor Essay
Contest Here
A National Essay Contest is
now being sponsored in the Jew-
ish schools of Greater Miami by
the American Association for
Jewish Education and the Bureau
of Jewish Education of Greater
Miami.
The contest is open to all stu-
dents of Jewish schools from the
ages of 12 to 15 years and must
be submitted before May 4th.
The essay topic is My Favorite
Character In Jewish History, and
the h ngth of the essay is limited
to 1,000 to 1,500 words.
The prize to' the local winner
will be a musical menorah to be
awarded by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. The national priz-
; es consist of a first prize of $100
i and four additional prizes of $50
each. The national prizes will be
awarded to the winner at the An-
nual Bar Mitzvah Meeting of the
American Association for Jewish
Education at Philadelphia on
June 14th.
LEGAL NOTICE
Judaea four-fold program of
Group Activities, Jewish Living,
Zionism and Israel and American
Affairs. The dates of the sessions
are from June 26th through July
22nd, and from July 24th through
August 20th.
Camp Tel Yehudah is sponsor-
ed by the American Zionist Youth
Commission in cooperation with
the Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 148775
JOHN OARRABKANT, Plaintiff
vs.
FREDA QARRABRANT, Defendent
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FREDA QARRABRANT.
92 Lord Avenue,
Bayonne, New Jersey.
You are required t<> serve a copy
(.r the Answer to the Bill ol Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERO. ISO Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original In the office of the
clerk of the Circuit Court on or he-
id.- May 2, 1952; otherwise, said Bill
will he taken as confessed hy you.
Dated thin 2nd day of April. A.D.
ior.2.
E. R I.EATHKltMAS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk.
I ll-ls-25 5/2
NOTIGE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
SPANIKR'S CITY HALL PHAR-
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name with the Clerk ofNthe Circuit
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2749/-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
KATE KLEIN, Deceased-
.....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i" aii i realtors and aii Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Saul Estate:
You, and each of yon, are hereby
d and require l to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, ma] have against the
estate of KATE KLEIN, deceased
'''' ": pads C.....ity, Florida, to Ihe
lion.,rai'.I- county Judges of Dade
tounty, and file the .-...... in their
office! in the County Courtho
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
flrsl publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claim.nit and to I"- sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will I., barred, Bee Section 120
of the IS33 Probate Aot
1 >aie March IS, A 11 1952.
Jl'LIA LUN1N
As Executrix of the
Estate of
a- iixecutor <>f Hie Last
Will and Testament ol
KATE KLEIN, Deceased
BERICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
B) : Herbert s. Bhapiro
Attorneys for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Peach, Fla.
S/21-28 4'4-ll
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148811
EMMA PINGRY, Plaintiff,
Vs.
CHARLES L. PINGRY, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO CHARLES I.. 'PINGR1
190 Lincoln Avenue
Syracuse, New Vork
fOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai r Bill o! Complain! for divorce
''' '" filed i nsl you, and you
are herebj required to serve a copj
of your answer to the BUI ..f Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attornej, and
'lie the la n il answer In the office
ol the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on
or before May 3. 1952: otherwise the
alnl for l uvon i hen tofoi I
i" In will be taken as confessed bl
y o u.
DATED at Miami, Floi Ida, this 3rd
da) of April, 1952
E, B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Hade County, Florida."
By <:. It. HARDIE,
, l >eputy Clerk.
HOMAS W ABDO
Attornej for Plaintiff
fill Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida
I I1-1--L':, a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealiiM to engai
business under the fictitious name ..f
BL CAR) IL BAR, at 930 I..- Jeune !:
Miami, i'la., intends to register -i
name with the Clerk of the Cln
court or Dade County, Florida
GEORGE I. HE8B1NG
STEPHEN !'. KEKSLER
Attorney foi Applicant
2200 W< Bl Flaglei St,
I 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DADE EMPLOYMENT & TRANS-
PORT SERVICE, at 1433 Drexel Ave.,
Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
NED REGEN
BREGER. Sl'LZBERGER .V:
ST. JEAN
Attorneys for Applicant
235 Lincoln Road
Miami Peach, Fla.
:'. 21-28 I l-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148151
LAWRENCE B. BLACK, Plaintiff
vs.
LULU A. BLACK, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LULU A. BLACK
LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, anil you are re-
quired to serve a copy Of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
RALPH M. JONES, 1108 Pan Ameri-
can Bank Pudding. .Miami 32. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on* or before the 17th
day of April. 1952, If you fail to do
so. Judgment hy default will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of March, A.D.
1952,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By (!. R. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
RALPH M. JONES
Attorney for Plaintiff
1108 Tan American Hank Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
3/21-2S 4 1-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 148249
LILLIAN HERRITY, Plaintiff.
VS.
MICHAEL HERRITY, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MICH \i:i. HERRITY
Residi nee: Unknown
Von, MICHAEL HERRITY, Resi-
dence Unknown, are hereby notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed agalnsl you, and you
are required to serve .< copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Pill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
GEORGE l. TALIANOFF, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Peach. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 17th day of
April, 1952, If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of March, A.D,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
ii 'ii.-nit Court Seal)
By li. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE .' TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
S/21-28 4/4-11 S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148216
GILBERT Li. LOPEZ, Plaintiff
vs.
THERESA C. LOPEZ, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: THERESA C. LOPEZ
4 \v. TSrd sin,i
New York, New Vork
VHP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill "f complaint for Divorce
has been tiled against you and you
ave hereby required to ser\,- a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original answer in the office
,,f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before Anrll 17. 1952, In default of
which the Hill of Complaint ^ill bo
taken as confessed against you.
Dated March 14th. 19">2.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. VV. STOCKING
Deputv Clerk
DONALD N. GLAZIER. ESQ.
Attornev for Plaintiff
1345 S.W. 7th Street
Miami 35, Florida
3/21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14880U
PAULINE GUTTMANN, Plaintiff
VS.
KARL OUTTMANN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: KARL OUTTMANN
sin East 92nd b'treel
New fork 28, New York
You are hereb) notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed agalnsl you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bltstof Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorney, RALPH
M. JONES, 1108 Pan American Bank
Building, Miami :::'. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 2nd day of
May. 1952, If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be i iken agalnsl
you for the relief di mantled In the
Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I lo Ida, this 3rd day of April, A.D.
1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj Q. If. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
RALPH M. JONES
Attorney for Plaintiff
11"^ Pan American Hank Building
Miami 82, Florida
4/11-18-25 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
nasii RUBS LTD., at Royal Castle
Building, 1H40 Biscayne Blvd., Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
NASH It CSS
SYDNEY ADLER
KOVNER \- MANNHEIMER
Attornevs for Nash Russ Ltd.
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach
4/11-18-25 B/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BETTYS FOOD MARKET, at 3B4S
Grand Avenue. Miami, Fla., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida.
JAMES M MOFFITT
BETTY \V. MOFFITT
STEPHEN F. KES8LER
Attorm \ f a Applicants
2200 \v. Fl igler St.
I 11-18-23 5, 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148S7f
CHARLES LEROY BENNETT
and VIRGINIA BENNETT,
bis wife, Plaintiffs,
'I'lli'MAS C CALHOUN and N. S
CALHOUN, his wife, if either or
loth are living, and if dead, the
unknown heirs, grantees or de-
visees of the said THOMAS C.
CALHOUN and N. s. CAL-
HOUN. his wiTc. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF F'l.i iltll >A
TO THE DEFENDANTS:
THOMAS c. CALHOUN and
N'. S. CALHOUN, his wife; ad-
dresses unknown;
And if dead, their unknown heirs,
legatees, devisees, or grantees, or any
of their grantees or successors In in-
terest and all parties claiming any
interest by, through, under or against
any or all other parties having or
claiming to have an) right, title or
Interesl in and to the following des-
crihed property situate and lying In
Dade County. Florida, to wit:
The West Fifty (50) Feet of the
East One Hundred and Three
(1031 Feel of the North Half of
Block Forty Nine (49) of PARA
VILLA HEIGHTS, according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 3, at Page 101 of the Pub-
lic Records of Bade County,
Florida. EXCEPT the South 2:,
Feel thereof deeded to Bade
County, Florida for street pur-
poses
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a suit to quiet title to
the above described lands has I" en
filed by CHARLES LEROY BEN-
NETT and VIRGINIA bennett, his
wif.. ami you are required to file
an answer in said suit with the Clerk
of the circuitecourt in and for Bade
Countv, Florida, on or before the 10th
day of May, 1952, otherwise the al-
legations contained In said bill of
complaint filed therein will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated this 7th day of April. 1952.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By. G B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Plaintiffs
4/11-18-25 5/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN :
the undersigned, desiring to engag
bu Ini *s under the fictitious name
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES, at
s. w nth Avenue, Miami, Florl
Intend < n glstc r said no m<
clerk of the circuit Courl of D
County, Florida,
ROBERT FEVERSTi
DANIEL S MENNII.I.
FLOYD S. CLICK, and
BARNETT PELTZ
Attorneys for Applicants
1305 Congress Bldg.
Miami, 1 la.
1/4-11-18-25
'
I i,

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14657V
DOUGLAS II. THOMPSON,
Plan
vs.
MARY LOUISE THOMPSON,
defend
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY LOUISE THOMPSON
c o Mr. l.oi Ing l lexti
II Meivin Avenue
Brighton, Massachusetts
You are hereby notified thai
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed atainsl you, and you are
quired to serve a copy of your Answn
or Pleading to the Bill of Com:
on the plaintiff's Attorneys GLK'K
\- PELTZ, 1303 Congress Bldg., Mi-
ami :i2. Florida, and file the original
Answ.r or Pleading in the offl
the ('!erk of the circuit c.urt on
before the 2nd day of May, 1952. If
you fail to do so, judgment by d<
will be taken against you tor the
li.f demanded in Hie Bill of C
plaint
fx INE AND ORDERED *l M i
Florida, this 2nd day of April, A I'
1952.
B, B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By M c. FEIGE
Deputy ck-rk
FLOYD S. CLICK AL-
BA KNKTT PELTZ
1303 Congress Bldg.
Miami. I'lorida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4/4-11-18-25
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2446U
RE: ESTATE OF
LENA COOK. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition f<>i'
Final Discharge as Executor ql
estate of LENA COOK, deceased; and
that on the 1st day of May, ism, I
will apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Bad.- County, Florida, foi
approval of said final report and foe
final discharge as Executor of '.he
Estate of LENA COOK, decease.'
This 31st day of March. 19.".2.
/s/ ALBERT COOK
Executor, Estate of
Lena Cook. Deceased.
MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
4.4-H-IS-25____________________________,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALF
M .Tin: IS HEREBY GIVEN
under and by virtue of a certain W II
Of Execution issued on March 24th,
1932. by the clerk of the Circuit Courl
In and for Bade Countv. Florida. In
licit certain suit In said Courl wl
MARGARET COSENTINO is p
iir. and SODI, inc.. a Florida
poratioti, et al are defendants,
Chancery, being case No. 147032,
herein Si >BI. INC obtained a i Ig
men! against MARGARET COSEN-
TINO In the sum of Two Thousand
Three Hundred Twenty-six and 90 : '"
Dollars ($2,326.90), I have levied ipon
the follow inu described personal prop-
erty which is now located at Rlchter's
Jewelry Co., inc., 160 Bast Flagler
Btreet, Miami, Florida, to-wlt: n>
Ladies Star Sapphire Ring, Sapphire
about ."7 karats, with 2 baguette dia-
monds: (2) Ladies' platinum diamond
wedding hand, 6 baguette diamonds,
12 round diamonds; IS) Ladies' plati-
num diamond solitaire about 1', kar-
ats imperfect, slightly chipped, with
6 diamonds in mounting: (4) 1 I.
yellow g'dd crown pin with 3 round
diamonds. 71 seed pearls; (.".) 1 Ladies'
yellow gold lapel pin with 1 topaz and
4 rubies; |6) 1 Ladies' wide '
gold and rose gold link bracelet with
four leaf clover charm: <7> 1 pair
vellow gold and rose gold ear clips to
match bracelet: (S) 1 French ooln
pendant and yellow gold chain: (9) 1
Man s IS karat yellow gold wrist
watch, with Vacheron. Constantino
with leather band; (10) 1 pal- Of
topaz rose gold ear clips: (111 1
ladies' rose gold cocktail wrist watch
with 13 diamonds, 34 rubies, rose gold
hand, Milos movement; (12) 1 Ladies'
v.llow told hunting case watch, Elgin,
vellow gold chain; (18) Antique sliver
Watch key winder with bloodstones;
and that on the 6th das Of May, 1952,
between the hours of 11:00 o'clock
A M. and 2:00 o'clock P.M. at the
South Front Door of the Court li
in Miami. Florida, I will offer Mr
sale and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for cash, the
above described properly for the pur-
pose of satisfying said Writ of Ex-
ecution. .
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of April. 197.2. ..., .,
jack B. HENDERSON,
as Sheriff of
Dade County. Florida
By P. C. STEVENS,
Deputy Sheriff
MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPI.AN
Attornev for Defendant, Sodi, li.
4/4-11-18-25________________________^
vOGUST BROS R> ,


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