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The Jewish Floridian ( February 19, 1954 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TH£ Jr?Y^*v^fiRY /OLUME 28-Number 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS [pu blisher Hears Their Economic Complaints: Israelis Board El Al in Rome I had a wr\ pleasant but hectic Ithrrt' day* m New York prior to |my departure in El Al for Israel. Iwhin I pleasant," I include Jthe weather because it was unlu-uallv warm much to the I amazement i.l I he New Yorkers — I hut since 1 bad brought Miami I weather with me, I took it for I granted I spent part of the time .doing a little la>t minute shopping, I.ajing goodbye to Mime New York Ifriends, visiting a number of the I advertising agencies that favor The IJewish Floridian with national ad(vertising schedules and talcing in a Jew Broadway -hows. I had occasion to speak with Rita Grossman, who still hjlds down a key post in the American Zionist Emergency Council, and received a few pointers for over there." Rita is a former news editor of The Jewish Floridian and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, of our city. Meyer Steinglass. a vice president with the Israel Bond office, told me much about my forthcoming trip over a cup of tea. Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director of the ZOA, told me to make sure to take advantage of the ZOA House in Tel Aviv, and Rabbi Irving Miller, Zionist Organ[Jordan Reply on Parley Bid Not Final Rejection IMTED NATIONS (JTA)—Jordan has neither accepted nor rejected a second bid to meet with Israel under the Jewish State's invocation oi Article XII of the armistice, Dai' Hammarskjold, Secretary' Gener.il of the United Nations, said this week. He told a press conference that Jordan, in its reply received here Monday, had not taken a definite stand either way but had raised the question of why such a conference was necessary and what could be accomplished in a meeting under Article XII which could not be accomplished in a meeting of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice ComI mission. Mr Hammarskjold said however I that "once the initiative has been taken by Israel for a conference with Jordan, then it is harmful not to follow this up It would reflect unfavorably on the armistice agreements if the conference were not held." The Secretary General pointed out that he was under legal obligation to convoke an Israel-Jordan meeting unless Israel withdrew its request He noted that Jordan had asked for substantive reasons for holding the conference and said the matter would have to be "fully explored" before he could proceed to convoke the meeting. Mr. Hammarskjold expressed himself in favor of holding such a conference since, he said, it could agree on broad principles which could give new impetus t 0 the work of the Mixed Armistice Commission. Mr. Hammarskjold also expressed concern todav over the situation resulting from the Soviet ve 'n in the Bnot Yaakov case. He said UN trace chief Maj. Gen. Vagn ^ennike was engaged in exploring HWf HmmmmrskjtU m definite stand with Israel Government officials the question of the Jordan Hydroelectric project but emphasized that these talks were "exploratory." In a resume of the Israeli view of the legal position, an Israeli spokesman said this week that the Mixed ArmiiHce Commission "is not empowered to embark upon the general review of the agreement at a political level" as requested by Israel. "The Secretary General has set in motion the procedures envisioned in Article XII. Israel has welcomed his initiative and his intention to give the conference the full measure of his assistance," the spokesman said"Israel has also informed Mr. Hammarskjold that it would cooperate with his own views on the time and place of the conference and would keep the discussion witMln the framework of the Armistice Agreement." i/ation of America president who had been quite ill, said he would like to join me. Of course, it was out of the question because he is scheduled to meet with our CJA leaders for a conference February 5th (this letter was received from Jerusalem on February 16


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PAGE 2 A t-irMtiancrkfian = iI£AYy|BRUARYig i Planning Conference in Washington make the policy of self help the keystone to its future .is an indeDelegates from the Greater Mi ami area will attend a National Planning Conference for Israel to consider assistance to Israel's program of economic development, j devoted friends of litad u c i <• The conference is scheduled for doubtful as to the potential of this Washington y^ttie end of March, it was announced here by Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Miami chairman of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Glasser revealed that sessions of the conference, which will serve to launch Israel's second Bond issue, known as the Development Issue, will be held from Friday, March 26th. through Sunday. March 28th. Jewish community leaders from all parts of the United States will attend the conference, which will h airman The Yasheva Torah Vodaath and Maaifla testimonial dinner, scheduled for March 7th at the Victor pendent and free"nation. When b-lrtotsl, will be co-chaired by Counrael Bonds were first offered to the cilman Bernard A. Frank, of Miami American public, many sincere and Beach, Samuel Reinhard. dinner 'chairman, revealed this week. Councilman Frank, active in local civic and n-li'jioilOTgalliXBtions. is a national sponsor and a trustee of the Yeahlva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta Theological Seminary in Brooklyn. New York, with an enrollment of over 1.500 pupils. This year, the Torah Vodaath affair will be tendered in honor of David Levinson, of the Algiers Honew type of financing. "In its decision to float a second Bond issue, the Government of Israel expressed its conviction that the lUCCeSS Ol the lir~t is-lie pi'" vided a basis for making the sale of securities i permanent and mi portant channel of economic aid Characterizing Israel Bonds as "the most successful foreign securtel :I cUrec or '. ,f ,he Se : T.! n : r> !:_^"" itv to be floated in this country since the end of World War II." Mrs. Glasser emphasized the faith which American purchasers of Is rael Bonds have demonstrated in chairing the dinner with Council man Frank are Nathan Ginsburg. HI the Strath Haven Hotel. Rabbi Joseph Waldman, Victor Hotel, and A. B Cohen, Mizrachi leader. be devoted to the formulstion of tne economic future of lane plans for the sale of the Development Issue, starting soon after April 1st. The new issue is inMrs. Glasser reported that outstanding American and I-racli leaders will be among the speak tended to raise S75.000.000 during ers a tne forthcoming conference. 1954. and is part of a total issue of i S350.000.000 to be sold during the next few years to enable Israel to achieve economic independence through the expansion of its industry, agriculture and commerce. Discussing the purposes of the conference. Mrs Glasser recalled that Israel's first Bond Issue the Independence Issue-has reached a Greater Miami a total sale of S161.ooo.ooo to more than 600.000 subscribers. The independence Issue was floated May I 1951. Tumi Itoo.M'vHl I >!•:' To IlividV I .IIHK Roosevelt Lodge No. 77. Knights of Pythias, have set Saturday, March 6th. as the date for its annual fund raising dance for the benefit of needy children in the Each year, three child welfare i/aiinns which dn not participate in anj national camp.nunare chosen bj the lodge's committee mi child welfare to be the rccipiWomen's Club to Celebrate Anniversary The Women's Club of Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692 will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Sun! day. February 21st, 6 p.m.. at the Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue. The organisation has supported the Percti Schools. Jewish federation el Greater Miami. Workmen's Circle Lyceum, orphans of Israel and the Jewish Labor Committee. The club is also active in numerous other civic, philanthropic and cultural functions here Israelite Center Slates Second Religious School Dinner Second annual dinner given by the Religious School of the Israelite Center will be held on Sunday, February 28th. 7 p.m., at the Center. Program chairman is Irving Sperling. Toastmastcr of the evening will be* Judge Norman R. Lyons. Mianii Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro Will be guest speaker. Musical selections will be presented by Mrs. Harold Shapiro and Miss Carol Abrams, accompanied by Mrs. Philip Abrams. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Sam Sandier, chairman, Mrs. Bernard Sirkus and Nat Tragin, co-chairmen. This year's event will mark the Religious School's expansion to an enrollment of some m ,, according to Rabbi Morion u1 sky, spiritual leader *• —•——%  %  %  % % % %  • %  for NEW FILTERS for your AIR CONDITIONER C A I L PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL" 82-8038 %  —7 T ''In undertaking the Israel Bond The dance will be held at 500 :: ;"V "*? 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pA y FEBBUARY 19, 19S4 + 3e*lstncrkfctn PAGE 3 A ael Schwartz to Speak on Hebrew Poets at Seminar uoet and author Israel Klwwrtz will deliver a series K5Ture< on Modern Hebrew l*i^ before Hebrew teachK Hebraists of Greater Mires will be held on connive Mondays, beginning Feb,22nd. 9 p.m at Knesseth Isr*.regation. The series constit Hies the annual seminar for Hebrew teachers sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami. David Freedman will act as chairman. Schwartz was born in Kovno, Lithuania, and studied in the many Yeshivos there. He came to America in 1006, and wrote much of his poetry, for publication in Yiddish periodicals. As a result of ten years spent in Lexington, Kentucky, he wrote his book of idylls and poems, Kentucky. His translations in Yiddish include Julius Ceasar and Hamlet by Shakespeare, the Poetry of Spain, an anthology of Hebrew poetry, and the poetry and prose of Chaira NucJiman Bialik. Schwartz was recently feted at a special ceremony honoring the publication of his newest book. Early Years. Some of his recent articles have appeared in the Hebrew periodical, HaDoar. Schwartz's letures will include the following: February 22nd — Odessa, Fount Of Jewish Culture; March 1st — Zalman Shneur, His Life And Writings; March 8th — Influence Of The Aliyot On Hebrew Literature; March 15th—The Poets Of Contemporary Israel: Lamdan, Shimoni, Shlansky; March 22nd—Prose Writers Of Israel: Agnon, Brenner, Azaz; March 29th —Creative Jewish Literature In America. The first five lectures will be held in Hebrew. The final lecture will be in Yiddish and open to the general public. E w HOUSEWIFE! %  % ...Use only KOSHER PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED IN $AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pats, pans, bathroams up to twice as easy, twice as fast.. thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain! #FAB FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Groat Now Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any other leading product plus not one, but two of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps. m FOR MEAT AND ^7 DAIRY DISHIS *T Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping don't wash, |ut took; don't wipe, hist rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL %  "T,



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PAGE 4 A + i**i4itk>rkBar) Published every Friday alnes 1927 by tht Jewish F'cridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18. Florida Entered as second-class ma'ter July 4, 1930, at the Poet Office ~6f Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele. graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher vjemsti Meridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth StreeTelephones 2-1141 The Jewish FloiiJian does u • ndiae advartlaad in It" rolumnt. ruth of the marchani SUBSCRIPT One Year $3 00 not flwrUiMC ihe Hash ON R A T E • : Two Years 85.0X Volume 28 Friday, February 19. 1954 LEO MINDLIN ..... .... Nawp Editor I el I •. Itr HI-OIIMTS 3rotherhood Week will be observed nationally from February 21st through 28th, and our city enters heartily into the celebration. No one can deny that Brotherhood Week ccmes at a time this year when current events seem to make a mockery of everything for which the observance stands. Leaders of our government are busily engaged in repudiating their opposition colleagues, using arguments that go beyond ordinary party politicking. Internationally, we find ourselves at the tailend of a Big Four conference which started out so hopefully in Berlin some ten days ago and which is ready to disband ct any moment. Little was accomplished there except, perhaps, the development of more Moscow propaganda designed to place the United S'ates into a poorer light than ever. Germany remains divided and promises to become, as Sir Winston Churchill predicted at the end of the war in a skeptical reply to the Baruch Plan, the most important nation on the European continent. In the face of these events, Brotherhood Week must have significance for us all. For the national celebration seeks to bypass the artificial obstacle that has set man against man governments and their "business" performed in the name of diplomacy — and to approach humankind directly with a message of fellowship and understanding. Only in such activity does it seem that any decent prospect of survival can confront us. Getting together is an old custom. It's natural fcr us to want to hear what others have on their minds. The greatness of our nation is in the rich variety of its people; sometimes we forget that our very differences have developed the American genius. During Brotherhood Week, we take time out to reassert our belief in the values common to all humankind. Puitinq aside the adverse experience now being suffered by the nations of Ihe world, we approach our neighbors directly and say: Let us be brothers. Adcr 16. 5714 Number 8 IIVIEH OF THE 'NEW FRIDAY. FEMWUDVJ^ By SAM MILLER Jewish Telegraphic Agency AROI.SEN—The German passion checks of the US Escaoee P r kecnine systematic records has and with th„ .-..;' __ r gram for keeping systematic records has been the undoing of many a Nazi criminal. Toward the end of the war. it is true, orders went out to destroy incriminating documents. Everything had earlier been filed away in triplicate or quintupNcate, however, so that at least one carbon was apt to survive in some forgotten file cabinet. Thus it happened that Allied invest igators could lay hands on a large number of concentration camp documents. With commendable foresight, they were gathered together at Arolsen, a township near Kassel in Northern Hesse, by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Agency (UNRRA). From these beginnings grew the International Tracing Service (IT S), which has collected the vestiges of the routine paperwork entailed by German-style mass murder— •nd with th. rtn B '„r"32" •was countries. r ov r To preserve this treasure trove of records, which will hrow !" e able light on the darkest cha Per of recent history, for future sci „ tific research. len To serve as an irrefutable memento of a reality which too many people and not in Germany aC are inclined to forget or even .„ deny altogether. Stan As Calamity Arolsen will carry on, but th. outlook is not bright for its reten tion under effective and reliable international control. The operat ing expenses of about $250000 j year. 99 percent of a j n German tome ten million documents, tomarks were hitherto charged to occupation costs. This will no I y > |i lla vs a Solo Egypt has finally clarified the Suez Canal controversy and the illegal seizure of international shipping theie. Hauled before the United Nations by an irate Israel. Major General Abdel Hamid Ghaleb, speaking for the Naguib regime, this week told the Security Council that a state of war exists between Ihe two disputing countiies and that the Israel complaint can not, therefore, be taken with any "seriousness." Bother with twenty million index cards derived therefrom. The documents range from concentration camp lists of arrivals to transport rosters and death registers. They include exhaustive data on foreigners in wartime Germany, slave laborers and free workers alike, as well as voluminous residence and emigration data pertaining to postwar HP's The former Consulate of Israel in Munich and the Joint Distribution Committee furnished shipping lists with the names of Jews who left Germany for Israel during the mass aliyah of 19481950. Because authorities of the Soviet blue-failed to "provide taforrqslion. Arolsen can jffed little fight owthe data of those who perished in the extermination camps of Eastern Europe Nonetheless, more than seven million names have been compiled into a grisly master index which, for all its business-like coldness, mirrors the martyrology Of Hitlers victims with special poignancy. A New American FriViid We have remarked on many past occasions in these columns about the resurgence of Nazi sentiment in the young West German Republic We have more than once called to task our own government for failing to put the brakes on this development when responsible US leadership seemed to us to be in a position to express its dissatisfaction to Bonn in the matter. Some time ago, we came to the sad realization that if we were to editorialize on the general Neo-Nazi trend, confining ourselves to its major manifestations only, we would be incapable of commenting upon any other significant situation in the news national, international or local. This, perhaps, gives some indication of the rapidity with which former Third Reich personalities, many of them condemned to death and imprisonment, are now reassuminq positions of importance in the West German and L. V ? Ge 1 ne j ra > H ad, spedfcing further been uprooted and scattered over lor tgypt. remarked that his govetnment was the face of the world In a heart within its powers to search ships "with a view j hjjfkingly large number of cases to confiscate what is legally considered war however, hopes had to be dashed contraband." for the return of the This is the firs: time that one of the Arab nations has seen fit openly to call the League's economic boycott against the Jewish State an outright war. Heretofore, Moslem spokesmen were careful to avoid such terms. Some ten days ago. General Naguib clearly indicated in an overseas wire report to the American press that he would never be the instigator of a new conflict with Israel. Thus, one of the p;llars of the Arab League now openly challenges the Un.ted Nations as a mediator In international d.spute, uses the fuX y 7 C UnC i.' f r S,a ^ e on which to play further Zionist hate scenes and repudiates its responsibility 0 act i n accordance wh the principles of the Suez Canal charter Hop. Skip and Protocol The notorious forgery, Protocols Of Zion crops up all over the world, and it seems to £ ..-.. "i !" in me west German and ,7 T.u H J er me world a "d U seems to us Austrian governments. Having evaded justice. ,hal ,h f dim-witted persons who faTfcl J! ,I aie J Pr !^ re f IO Starl where ,he 7 le *< off P unci P^ s mast be regarded with somethinn at the end of World War II. more than a vague sense of humor 9 In fact, there is really little reason for us to J2? £*& Was Pblhed in the Mexican take the occasion again to comment on the l**ll < ^ W mon,h8 a 9 and created %  """"l" >"Ul ill U113 case we are dealing with one of Hitler's aces a man convicted as a war criminal by a British court for acts which included slaughter of many hundreds of Jews in the Ardeatine Cave massacres in Rome. 33a5£M"SSs es ln nome. ^TT p,es ot ,ne forgery from ni^M p 5^^^^j-^ was repoLdMonZ 6 ? 1 ^V *~* there is orintinJ.uLf"^ A local newspaper r %  -— ~—• 111 mo LULKD11 of an American jet fighter last week and beamed while an American flying officer explained to him its controls, instrument panel and other technical equipment. Kesselring had been inmore comment. It needs only to be brought to light. It seems to us that editorializing in this case had best be highly personal and above all silent. More and more, we feel thr. J everything else is needed! v Um n above -and that the abil" to ^T^ UrS proves that we have acquired t L umeans '"* % isa %  PPnts. an activity understand. Mau Mau. indeed ^ ^ ,0 !* h ch "•' special significance e relative or friend caught in a Nazi net. To handle the requests for death certificates which poured in, a special State Registry Office was set up. It has had to issue more than 147,500 such legal confirmations of death, German indemnification laws entitle certain former concentration camp inmates to some compensation, provided they can substantiate the length of their illegal imprisonment. Inevitably they turn to Arolsen. So do German governmental agencies and courts. Since a Germany wide indemnification law was put on the books only last fall, this flow of inquiries will no doubt swell far beyond the 45.500 requests received in 1953. The documentation assembled in Arolsen. and desribed on 1,470 pages in a four-volume "Catalogue of Concentration Camp Records," is by far the most comprehensive collection anywhere. Its unimpeachable authenticity no less than its general accessibility is vouch safed by the present supra national sponsorship. Since the disbanding of UNRRA's successor IRO in 951, the ITS has functioned as an agency of the throe-power Allied "igb Commission in Germany. Muat Ba Presarved All parties concerned agree that the ITS must be maintained as a permanent information center, for the following reasons: To do what can still be done in tracing Nazi victims and in veri lying the death of those who succumbed. To supply evidence for indemnification and restitution claims, per haps at a later date in East Germany as well. To aid US authorities in screenlonger be possible once the occupation regime is terminated. Chapter 7 of the Contractual Conventions — signed almost two years ago, but not yet ratified— therefore obligates the German Federal Republic to "assure the continuance of the operation presently carried out by the ITS That stipulation is unobjectionable, but a Draft Agreement, which has since been formulated, provides that Arolsen will in practice be run by the German Government. Such a prospect cannot be viewed with equanimity. The large majority of the German people have repressed the recollection of the unpalatable facts symbolized by these acres of shelves with concentration camp recordand consider it an affront to be reminded How safe, in the long run. would this combustible evidence be? What is more, the principal use to which the Arolsen Archives will be put in the next few years is the corroboration of indemnification claims against the German Treasury. Even a Finance Minister less hostile to the very concept of in demnification than the present Bonn incumbent would be reluctant to appropriate adequate funds for the purpose of enabling Jews from Eastern Europe to raid the German treasury." Israel No Member Direct responsibility for the operation of Arolsen would normally fall within the jurisdiction of the Federal Refugee Ministry, whose head is Dr. Theodore Olxrlaender This prospective overseer of the Arolsen concentration camp records rushed to join the Nazi Party in 1933, rose to a captaincy in the hoodlum ranks of the brownshirted Storm Troops and. according to most reports, served as an SS officer during the war. Thankto his Nazi fervor, he was given a full professorship, in a pet Nazi subject, at the ripe age of 28. The Nazi Institute for East Kuropean Questions became his domain shortly thereafter. In 1939. he was called to the top leadership, carrying with it the imposing title of Reichsfuehrer. of the League for a German Eastern Europe. To have the Arolsen archives of Jewish martyrdom fall into the hands of a German with this fright ening super-Nazi record would be intolerable even if he had led an r the erved has intolerable even u u ••exemplary political life after the collapse of the regime he s Iconnection with the' security STSX so well. Political zoology shown, however, that it ii re ,or adult leopards of his type to turn into albinos. Within the past year Dr. Oberlaender indulged in inflammatory and unwarranted i tation against Foehrenwald. tne last Jewjsh DP camp in OeWW and demanded in a radio spe*' inn and demanded in that the Sudeten Ger be solved "along the lines of tm "unich Agreement." Of the concentration camp w mates whose names survive inth files of Arolsen. most were Je^ Yet no representative of Israel, of any Jewish nongovernment organization, participated in i "otiations about the future ft



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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19. 19S4 ^Jmlstth^ktann Continued from Page 1 A MMrted from the consulate by Mr. Sbolsk) i" the Histadrut House ^veral blocks away, where a retention ;>s given in honor of the wblishers of the English-Jewish L s< Many dignitaries were present and the, room, was, of ,fpi|iu Zinatod by labor .Jeader* ^nxl numeroulay and professional porLialitlcs of Histadrut. One of ihem waIhe 79 year-old Benjamin cjfciossberg. active in the organization since its inception some 30 n r a| and prior to that in the Socialist Party dating back to the toys of Eugene Debs. While not enjoying identical philosophies, one could not help but admire the picturesque, small gentleman with an abundant crop of uncut hair. Flitting around was Isaac Ham|in. executive director, who saw ,„ jt tri.it everyone met and conversed Key figures in the group are two Israelis now in America. One is attempting to foster chaluzlU i Tli her, Ifoaha Bitan, de.;. time to liaison with nonjewish labor eroilps on behalf of the orj ;| :n(l the State of Well. \\>dn< -l.iy. MS departure tj me dreu i r we were advised 5 and placed on a is until Jater that eve\ time, we were told a m the following ither difficulties sub(I our leaving until 4 p.m. I'iiring the intervening time we were breakfasted, wined and dined and treated royally in the custodj "I Kl Al hostesses — of course and returned to the airport for Ihe realization of that Bon Voyage 1 had heard so much about the preceding days. Aboard an Kl Al plane — seeing the uniformed attendants with their Mogcn Dovid insignias prominently displayed and feeling the same sort of excitement around their office at the airport as one would find at any other American line — was enough compensation lor me after years of editorializing about the Jewish State. Weather conditions plagued us all the way, causing delays, layovers and changes of route; while seemingly aggravating. I must admit they were most informative and entertaining and provided opportunities that would not otherwise he available to us. We had, fur example, a stopover in Goose Bay. Labrador, for refueling and spent a shirt time there in 18-degree below zero temperature — really a new low for me who becomes nervous at the prospect of in occasional 65 back in Miami. The people there said that it was •arm. It was also quite an experiROUTE TO ISRAEL ence to spend time just a few hundred air miles from the Arctic Circle and near to where our government is establishing a tremendous chain of air bases for our protection. We crossed the Atlantic in nine and a quarter hours during a rea^y sinaptb,4ih> interspersed b& kQfther rn*ak,v4he,.plan*,and llic usu n) • *h,o D, <;pnve ration,, anvtfig ,the publLsh'-rs Paris fog delayed the plane in London, where we experienced 33degree temperature, sufficiently for a trip to Windsor Castle, tea in an historic spot on the Thames, some shopping and an overnight stay. Then we had a change of route to Brussels. Belgium — 25-degree temperature — where once again El Al hosted us to food, a night in (he Grand Hotel quite a comparison for our Miami Beach hotels — arid thence on our way to Zurich. Switzerland. We dined there in what is said to be the largest and finest airport terminal the world over. Picturesque mountains and scenery were amply covered by snow held hard with th? help of just below freezing winds. Dinner followed at Rome, Italy, that evening, and wo prepared ourselves for the final PAGE 5 A Miller Will Address Beach Lodge Luncheon Alexander F. Miller, director of the Southern Office of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, with headquarters at Atlanta, Georgia, will be gueiit speaker at the weekly luncheon of Miami Be^gk Lodge, B'nai B'rftn, ^fireM for Tuesday, February 23rd, 12:15 p m.. at thNational Hotel. MfTTer will speak on: Human Relations Trends In The South. Miller is the author of a number of articles and pamphlets on inter group relations. He pioneered I in the development of educational programming for advancing demoi cratic understanding. Prior to assuming his present post in Atlanta. Miller was director of the ADL office here. JACK O'DARE'S MOTOR LINES INC. DELUXE HORSE VAN SERVICE 472 E. 9th STREET IffAteAr' PHONE 88-4566 hop to Israel '— some five and a half hours away. The plane was full of interesting people — many Israelis returning — all with personal problems and complaints we hear all about us back in the States: jobs with limI ited salaries, uncertain futures and i food bills consuming a meager in| come. Regards to all, Fred (Shocheti JOIIX A. MOORE AND HSCAYlfE B:M;IM.I:IIIM<;O. Blue Prints — Photostats — Drawing Materials Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite tha Courthouse) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3866 AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK TO ALL II. A. Vivian REALTOR "Ovi-r 25 Years In Miami' Now in New Location: 1683 N.E. 123rd Street North Miami Phone 84-0261 To Our Patrons c nd Friends Brotherhood Greetings Mi fc aly ? s Garage GENERAL REPAIRING G 4 N.W. 54th STREET Phone 7-2558 GREETINGS Deigaard & Preston Builders. Inc.


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PAGE 6 A +Jm!&nor!£9rL HUDAY, FEBRIUPV^ ADL Elects Leaders At Sunday Meeting George J. Talianoff. Miami Beach attorney, was elected chairman of the Greater Miami Board, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. at an ADL Board luncheon meeting held Sunday in the Roney Plaza Hotel. Talianoff succeeds as Board chairman Leonard L, Abess, who was elected honorary chairman. Abess had served as local ADL Board chairman from 1949 through 1953. Elected as Board vice chairmen were Samuel A. Goldstein and Paul Seiderman. Samuel W. Shapiro was elected treasurer. Benjamin Meyers was named 1" serve as chairman of the Greater Miami ADL Executive Committee. To serve with Meyers on the Executive Committee arc: three year term—Burnett Roth. Sam Goldstein and Paul Seiderman; two year term—Samuel \V. Shapiro. Mrs. Peter Glazer. E. Albert Pallot and Sanford Swerdlin: and one year term—Milton A. Friedman, A J. Kaplan. Jerome H. Weinkle and Bernard Rodils. The ADL Board serves as the ad Award is presented to Leonard L. Abess (center) by George Talianoff as Henry Schultz looks on. Mrs. Roosevelt Arrives in Miami; Area Chairman Report Progress B'nai B'rith Women's Council Sponsors Lunch A "first" in the B'nai B'rith history of South Florida will take place on Tuesday afternoon. February 23rd. at 12:30 p.m., when the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida sponsors its first joint donor luncheon. Miami, Coral Gables. Eleanor i -—-*-*"*—• •>•• Roosevelt and Tropical Chapterof '" government, religion, education ning. According to unofficial reports. Alter all. our nation, like Isnearly one-half of the campaign rael. was built bj immigrants, peo Sisterhood Council Sets Pre-Purim The Council of Jewish Sisterhood-, the Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, will hold a pre1'urim program and seminar for its affiliated Sisterhoods on Wednesday r'rbruary 24th. 1 p.m.. at tho David Whitman Hall of Congregation Both Jacob, Purim and Jewish survival will be the topic discussed in a symposium by Rabbi Moses MescJieloff. of Congregation Beth Jacob, Habbi Simon April, of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, and Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, of Congregation Beth El. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will present a musical program and will leacTIn community singing. Mrs. April is president of the chapter* and will be m charge. Mrs. Swirsky will offer the invocation, and Mrs. Mescheloff will introduce the program. A Purim Parody, a humorous sketch, will be presented by Mrs. Abraham Seif, Mrs. Harry Shopiro, Mrs Jacob Katz and Mrs. Ixtuis Makovsky. Mrs. Mescheloff will be narrator. Traditional Purim refreshments will be served. The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will act ..hostess organization. The public is invited. Glamorous TV and movit %  tar, Arlene Francis is showi with Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, Qk Women's Division co-cha* | man, at a recent tea at horns of Mrs. Robert Gould. Tin' actress shared the program with national UJA leaden Mrsi S. Alexander Brailovi and Mrs. Hal Home. pie who came to this country to escape oppression, to find new ways of life. It took people with a spirit of adventure, skills, inventiveness and courage We see the same forces operating in Israel." Mrs Roosevelt stated earlier on her arrival here in preview remarks to the rally The General Mobilization Divi sion. with a quota of S99 106 is directed by chairman Fred K. Shochet. Outstanding community leaders B'nai B'rith Women will partici pate in the luncheon which will be held at the I)i Lido Hotel Miss Edyth Fleischer is overall chairman of the event. Miss Fleischer will give the welcoming address, with MrSol Goldstrom giving the invocation Mrs Ida Optner, vice president ol B'nai B'rith Women's District No 5. will bring greetings, Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, president of Council, will also address the group and community welfare stood ready to greet Mrs Roosevelt and Rabbi goal ol SI.491.806 has been reached I with marked increases shown over' last year in the huge Business and Professional Division and the I Women's Division. Oother divi sions reporting progress were Ho' tels. Winter Residents, Apartments and Youth Sam Heiman, general chairman of Trades, submitted the report for his division, and the Mesdames Jack A Ablin and Irving I.ehrman reported $100,000 had been achieved by the Women's Division. Both Mrs Roosevelt and Rabbi Miller described the optimism and great courage of the new settlers in Israel and urged the American Adams to Speak Marvin Adams, chairman of the Florida Turnpike Authority, will be principal speaker at the monthly membership breakfast of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce on Thursday morning. February 18th, 8:15 a.m., at the Delano Hotel. Simonhoff to Speak Harry Simonhofi. Miami attot. ney, world traveler and author, *i| be guest speaker at the lunchem meeting of the Miami Beach Until Zionist District on Wednesday,! February 24th, 12 noon, in the Ritz Plaza Hotel, according to a announcement this week by Pki Salmon, chairman. • it i.-mi-i aim uiKi'ii mi American living Miller, president of the Zi-i C (im munitv to continue to support onist Organization of America, who I hc principal democratic country snared program honors with the former first lady. Mrs I!' \ elt also drew niton tion to other similarities between the country and the new democracy in the Middle Bast, "Israel is built on law, on respect for law, on respect for the in the Middle East. MiRoosevelt declared. "I am sure that as time goes on, we are going to find that this young nation is building within itself the Strengths and ideals that we of the free world recognize as a necessitv lor the future of the free %  (%  —-. %  -%  .... %  --. ...* SHtlHC Wl IIIV HIT human being and on a desire for 1 world. I am sure that Israel will be (Mutually of great help to its area ol the world which needs assistance very badly. I think the er— — !" %  — %  •-, MIU "ii i UC9UC UM Mrs rena Katz. past president of a democratic way ol life. We also Council, will give the benediction, believe in government by law. in Prizes will be awarded to the respect for the human being, in a woman in each chapter who has democratic way ol life." raised the most money. A B'nai pP i UeinVto „ rm iH, n ,t ,u of the 1954 drive as it related to things that come out of Israel in the future will be of benefit to the world of peace that all of us are =,* -~ -> HSs^yyswy-jat Blank. i I ~— — %  1BTU >. Jrt II North Dade; Nelson S.1 tinue their functions. To Conclude Film Series Miss Margaret Gilkey, guidance supervisor of the Dade County 1 Board of Public Instruction, and Dr. Alvin Winder, chief psycholo-. gist of the Mental Hygiene Clinic ; at the Veterans Hospital, will be the discussents at a film forum of the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday evening, February 24th, in the Temple's Banquet Hall, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, PTA President. The film entitled. Age Of Turmoil, is the last in a series of four films which the PTA has been sponsoring on the subject of adolescence, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Sydney J. Creenberg, educational director of Beth Sholom, has been moderator of the series. 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cation Bureau Si Panel for Station WIOD hroadcast on Jewish Isaac Berkson, Professors of broadcast on u being sponsored by of Jewish Education B £ion WIOD on Saturday. 20th. from 10 to 10:30 present a on: Does broadcast will table discussion Education Today Meet The Of The Jewish Child? lists on the transcribed proruiclude the following Jewish Dr. Leo Honor and Dr. Education at Dropsie College; Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, Professor of Education at Yeshiva University; and Rabbi Edward E. Klein, Professor of Education at Hebrew Union College. Mrs. Hodes is Hostess To Women's Council Mrs. Barney Hodes, ship-a-box chairman of the Miami Beach Division, National Council of Jewish Women, has announced that a card party will be held at her home, 9501 La Gorce Drive, on February 26th, 1:30 p.m. The price of admission for Council members will be a new toy, crayons, coloring books, or other work and play materials These will be sent in the ship-a-box packages to the Ministry of Education in Israel, and will be used by children in the Council-sponsored classes there. Music Period to Mark Bath Jewish History In Music is the title of a new cantata prepared by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Aaron Weingarten for presentation in observance of Jewish Music Month. The cantata will highlight the Friday night Sabbath Hour of Congregation Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Avenue, at 830 p.m. Israel's history as expressed in its music will be described in terms of jibe melodies of each historic Jacob Friday Might Ham period. Songs of the Torah and the prayer book, the home and the synagogue will be presented, as well as the melodies of old Palestine and the new State of Israel. Cantor Weingarten is a native of Israel and fought as an officer in the army during its War of Independence. He was known as the "sweet singer of Israel" on radio programs and concert performances there, before coming to the United States. They build for freedom... THEV IN GREATER MIAMI YOUR ONE GIFT SERVES 54 CAUSES through f Jw C O M BI ME D JEWISH APPEAL MUST NOT STAND ALONE... These are the faces of a free people the people of Israel. A dream like our own American dream inspires these men and women: freedom, opportunity for work and betterment, peace. As Americans did, they fought for and won independence. Like Americans they know that "democracy" and "freedom" are just words unless you keep doing something about them. With your help through the United Jewish Appeal in less than six years of statehood — They opened their gates to 723,000 refugees, reclaimed 600,000 wasteland acres, doubled agricultural output, put up 136,000 housing units, built 325 new settlements. Israel's people have forged halfway to their goal of a self-sufficient, modern-minded state. But today, their great democratic achievements are threatened. They are menaced by trade barriers, boycott, the blockade of shipping, political harassment and the unceasing activity of border marauders. The right of Israel's men and women to build a land — with a free press, just courts, free education, opportunity for labor and business, freedom of worship is being challenged. • In the face of today's hostility can Israel's people reach their goal of a permanently rooted democracy in the Middle East? The answer depends In great part on you. Your continued help through UJA can hasten their achievement of economic independence. It can also spell continued aid to hundreds of thousands in need in Europe and North Africa and to newcomers here. In today's world it goes without saying that those who stand for freedom must not stand alone. Give to the United Jewish Appeal more than ever before. Give more in 1954... UNITED JEWISH APPEAL must meet groat needs totalling $119,921,150 v. on behalf of: ZZTLL\ Appeal • Joint Distribution Committee • United Service for New Americans United israe. APP ^ ^^ ^ ywk 36> N


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PAGE 8 A Grandmother Attends Rhoria Kovacs Down Bridle Aisle; Weds Walter Lebowitz The former Rhoda Elinor Kovacs became the bride of Walter Bernard Lebowitz in a noon ceremony at the Delano Hotel's Blue Room on Sunday. February 14th. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Aaron Weingarten officiated. Newlywed Mrs. lebowitz is the daughter of Mrs. Shirley Kovacs. 1245 Pennsylvania Avenue. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Lebowitz, of 74 Washing ton Avenue. Walking Mown the aisle with the bride was her grandmother. Mrs. Theresa Stone. She was also attended by her sister. Mrs. Barbara Siegelman, who acted as matron of honor. Miss Kstelle Merlin WU bridesmaid along with Miss Gladys Gewertz. Junior bridesmaid was the groom's sister Hiss Helena Lebowitz. Attending the groom were Don aid Kovacs. the bride's brother. acting as best num. and Mortj lion nett, George Saundera, Morns Cohen and Jordan Siegelman, the groom's brother-in-law, ushering Out-of-town guests at the ceremony included Mr and Mrs, Jordan Siegelman, Newark, New Jersey; Mr, ;ind Mrs B. Roth. New York City; Mr and Mrs. Al Spiro. Mi R, tonirirkrlcMM) ffiiSL^ugYiysi KaMiss Joyce Zimmerman XimmcTiiuins Tell of Jovce Sari's Troth lr. and Mrs. Maurice Zimmer2.")2o Pine Tne Drive, Miami b ach, announce the engagemenl „, v and Mr and Mra |; ,.„ their daughter Joyce San, to l>r Soutn FalIsberg New y ork rvin Lee Weil. „., ., I he bride graduated from Miami High School and the Man r Dental Assistants Mr Li bow it/ also graduated I and il his l..u an i busines derees al the l'i ersity ol Miami. While al the I' of M he was a f Joyce SheJby Sussman's Troth to Bert Goldberg Told; Couple Met at U of M Mrs. Waller B. lekowi'fj Miss Steckloff to iss Flora Kaplan and Mrs Jack \\*,..i |j,,.w.li i n.,,,,,,,,, ,, r Wed Bcacn Attorney engaged Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sussman, 1530 West Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Joyce Shelby, to Bert Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldberg, New York Cfty and Miami Beach. The couple met while attending the University of Miami. < Miss Sussman was graduated from Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in -perch and drama. She was president for two years of Delta Phi Epsilon. social sorority, member of the Panhellenic Association, senior class senator and sorority editor of the Ibis yearbook. Miss Sussman now is Southern Regional president of Delta Phi Kpsilon. Mr. Goldberg served two years in the United States Army as a public relations writer and assistant sports editor for an Army newspaper. He was graduated from Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism. He was editor of the UM Hurricane, school newspaper, secretary of public relations for the Uift dent Association, presidL i S"l eil, Gaines\ i li I lorida, • i : 1 I ni \ sit} Sen o| ol Mi li< al Duke Hos I Durham na, he %  %  \ irus ttsial Di the An:... Medical CenI and then litional training at I attending pediatri i cinnati G< j %  •! and v.. %  conni eti d with Hie n Hospital ReDr, Weil i;, Diplomate ol the A lerican Board ol Pediatrics a mi mber oi the American Academy i : Pediatrics and i., Fellow in i American Association lor the 'i sen i ce. Among honorarj societies are Sigma Xi. Plu Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, P.i Kappa Plu and Pi Lambda Phi ial fraternity, He is currently engaged in the tice "i medi i i specializing i. liseases of infants and children. A May wed ling Ibeing planned Mi-I.eah Steckloff is to Miami Peach attorney Jack S. I.icbnuinn The couple's engagement is being announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr and Mrs Michael Steckloff, of 227 East DI Lido l>ri\e. Miami Beach Mi %  Steckloff ia graduate ol & ii i il and attende I BarSchool m New York. She was senior lau school senator, a mem tudent at the I niversitj of in r of i n the Board Miami. Mi' I i< n ithe -on of Mr I ''inarm. Tampa. !!• miol Florida Mill tar) A i ihe University of i of M, where he receivi d Inlaw degree oi iln i Mason and worked Inwaj through school 1 %  d A !• %  ded the cere le R 'om. and a dinn< r for g n -•followed tinex e ol vow Zinnamons to Mark Golden Anniversary he Board, officers and Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will i der a cocktail party on February 21st. from 3 to 5 p.m.. in honor Mri A,b "' Gno Oi the 50th wedding anniversary \„ i„ ... Oi Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinna.! -A 11 Cl I t*V .llllR' \\C(IS He ia member ol Nu Beta Epsi Ion, national legal fraternity, Kapp i Kappa P. national music fraternity, Order of Hillsborougu i Ij e Tamp i Consistrj and i ; I le of the Shrine. The groom-elecl also served with USAF special services during World War II. n, 4326 Sheridan Avenue. Miami B ach. The party will be held in the patio of the Temple. In the Spring of 1942. Mr and Zinnam n were part of a small group that organized Beth Sholom. having moved here from Washington, D.C. Since then, the Zinnamons have been active members of the Temple, Mr. Zinnamon serving on the Board, as treasurer and chairman of the House Committee, while Mrs. Zinnamon served as a member of the Sisterhood B< ard. Both are still on the Boards they h. ped to organize. In honor of their 50th wedding anniversary, Mr and Mrs. Zinnamon have desi: nated the Bridal Room of the new Temple which Beth Sholom habegun to build as their gift to the Congregation. The Zinnamons have five children, all living in Washington. DC, twelve grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Albert Gnat Here Mr, and MrLouis Essner, of Tooray.afjrrofi MIM Joyce Sussman *liss lean Steckloff 2801 SW 15th Street, announce the Nashville Girl to marriage oi their daughter, Audrey w in June, to Albert Gnat in the (oral U ( -' (| '<>ll;|!(| .\II)(.T Gables Jewish Center on Sundaj Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiated. The groom is the -on ol Mrs Samuel Plash. Spring Vallei New York. The bridal gown was composed of chantilly lace and tulle. A lace bodice had a deep V neck and long sleeves. Panels of bee over tulle swept into a chapel train on her skirt. She carried a white orchid with slreamers of feather carnations on a white Bible. Mrs. Martin Aronow was matron of honor. Sister of the bride. Miss Nancy Essner. was juhior brides maid. The bridegroom chose Leon Gnat as best man. A reception at the Coral Gables Jewish Center followed the ceremony. The newlywed couple will be at home at 1042 N\V 2nd Street after February 21st. Freeman, Sandier Betrothal Told Mr and Mrs. M Kleiman. 4561 Po-t Avenue, announced the betrothal of iheir daughter. Roberta Freeman, to Jack Sandier at a party in their home on Saturday evening Miss Freeman attended Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami, where she was secretary and treasurer of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority The bride-elect is now affiliated with the Miami Beach Community Center nursery schools Mr Sandler's parents are Mr. and Mrs Abraham Sandier, of 1368 SW 7th Street He attended Atlantic ( ny High School and graduated from the University of Miami. He is now studying for a Master's decree m Psychology at the fj of M. The couple plan an early fall wedding on Miami Beach. the The engagemenl of their daugh<• .Joan G.U. „, I((in;i|(1 (£ M ii s "," l Mr and *" %  % %  L ) f \, "* North Ml <-h.uan A u lu 'Miami Beach, wa an Saturday bj Mr and Mrs. Al Feld 'man. of Nashville. Tenm-sM, high school department of U. ark (ollege. .New Orleans TlutMiV2L2 mi n,b, r "' Sigma i I .iA.nh"T ,y and ^ Plainof' "ma Alpha Sigma She attended Indiana Universitv nd the University of Miami > S,H R 1 rad m u a "' f Miami Beach High a.ed from the University of &,„ %  While attending the I'M K Joined Zeta Beta 8 Tau F ra i,v B"ade WaS hn eleC,C 3D k PHOTOGRAPH; CAPTIWI TOE BtJWWjgff LIFE CWWt OF f**J2St Ml DHTZVAM, AMNIVERSAIT, OR PARTY 30 ALSO BLACK WHITE CANOIDS |GAT |0N SEE THEM NO OBL'G* RALPH BARGTEIl Phoat 83-8431



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{ y FEBRUARy W, 9M +Jmistincrk§**n ER S ONALLY PEAKING -r and MrE. David Rosen, of Jr S \V "' h Slreet anDOUnc th nf their son. Lawrence Na•1 Jack -n Memorial Hospital ^|,ruar> l>t. Mrs. Rosen is the er Mnrial Cerstein, of Miami. it %  to [rhe birth of their son, Jeffrey on February 1st is an| by tho Gerald L. Gleasons, ttrfnton. New Jersey. Mr and G ] e: ,.,;i ..re former Miami indents. i Mr. and Mrs. John K Wagner. 2M3 SW 34th Court. Mr Roth's parents are Mrs. Lillian Roth, Flushing, New York, and Morris Roth, Miami Beach. Ivory satin with Empire collar, long sleeves and cathedral train fashioned the bridal gown. Her veil fell from a crown of white sequins and seed pearls White orMiss Denburg'8 Troth Revealed The betrothal of Miss Rachel Denburg to Sidney Levine was an nounced on Sunday, December 14th. The brideelect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Denburg. 1411 Stillwat e r Drive. Miami Beah. Mr. L e vine's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Levine, 500 15th Street. Miss Denburg graduM ,, ated from Miami "'" Dtm '""' Beah High School and now attends the University of Miami, majoring 4 in journalism. Mrr Levine is a Miami Beach High School graduate and also at-l tends the U of M, where he is a member of Phi Sigma Delta, phi Eta Sigma. Delta Theta Mu and Psi Chi, freshman honorary for men. national liberal arts scholastic honorary and national psychology honorary, respectively. Mr. Levine also is an Air Force veteran. He and his fiancee have lset no date for their wedding. Reception will. Honor Franklin Weiss Franklin E. Weiss will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, %  February 20th, at Beth David Syn-! agogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Franklin is the son of Mrs. Jay T. Weiss, Miami, and William Weiss, Miami Beach. He attends Shcnandoah Junior High School, where he is in the seventh grade, and is also a student at Be'.h David Rc!i;iouK School. A receotion in,Franklin's honor will be held at'the home of his mother on Sunday evening. Among out-of-town guests will be his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Pollack Trenton, New Jersey. Also expected to attend are Mrs. Max G. Pollack, Jack Pollack, Henry Pollack and Isidor Pollack, all of Trenton: Mrs. David Horn, St. I-ouis, Missouri; and David Gerson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Garden Party Ends Weiss Festivities A garden party on Sunday climaxed a week of festivities for the Weiss family who were enjoying a family reunion with their mother. Mrs. 2(086 Weiss. 610 SW 18th AveI nue. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. George Goodfriend, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Siegel, of Greensboro, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weiss. Durham. North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise, Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Gabchids adorned the bridal Bible. Mrs. Marvin Berdit, of Jacksonville, was matron of honor. Bridesmatrons included Mrs. Arthur Roth, Miami, and Mrs. Sydney Levine, New York. A cousin of the bride, Laurie Sue Bowman, of | sherburt S Weiss, of Cora YooJnrs, New York, was flower | | es girl in I frock of yellow and white A series of parties held in their organdy. She carried a miniature ( honor were given at the home of version of the attendants'bouquets I Mr, and Mrs, sherburt S. Weiss which were hearts of deep red caranf j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wise, A nations. ] luncheon for the ladies was given Mrs. Berdit chose pink tulle. The ( by Mrs. Wise at Burdine's Tearoom, followed by a dinner party given Miss Sorboro Trovers rbam Traveps to i5c Bus Mitzvah Barbara ( %  ravers, daughter of lr. and Mri arry Travers, 5321 SW -4tli Strei • Miami, will Ix-come Mi-' i on Friday evening, I 1 8:18 p.m., at the I 1 %  •'er-G Jewish Commu|n.i\ Cen Barbara I, Kinloch Park Junicr II.j School, where she is membei m the band, 4-H Club Bnd assistant librarian. s i, student at Flaglerl|Granada mrlay and Hebrew h "< \ (ireater Miami resident l> since Si tember, Barbara was l*.ill able i i n eet the requirements Ij-ji'l succes,lully passed the Bas Nitz\_h examination given by the Bureau ol Jewish Education. Shew,;; „-..., Rev. Leo Heim at li* Ben-icennd also address the |*'>ngrn i a „a r w ml Mr> Harr y Stein Mr Julius Schnciderman, l^ou-ms. ol l'hiladelphia„Miss Mar J Wei-man, of Mattapan, Mas • JCh, i -;"and Mr, and Mrs. Wilbridesmatrons were a'tired in turquoise gowns. Best man was Arthur Roth, Acting as ushers were Aram Goshgarlan, Herbert Heiken. Herberl Klewn. Eli Petrak and Monte Rassncr. Richard Tedlow was page boy. Mr. Roth is a University of Miami Law School graduate and is a\ member ol the Florida Bar. His bride attended the Universities of Miami and Florida and is employed by the Norman Babel Company. A reception followed th? ceremony at the Colony Restaurant. The'newlyweds will reside in Mi ami after a New York honeymoon. I in retell Warren Salomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Salomon, 6040 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beech, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. February 20th, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Warren is an eighth grade student at Nautilus School and attends Beth Sholem Religious School. FrtMk.'in E. Weiss by Mr. and Mrs. Wise who were] celebrating their 23rd wedding an-. niversary at Betty's Restaurant. • The North Carolina members of | the family are returning home, and j StolOW, I I'OSl Kartteil Mr. and Mrs. Wise and the George Goodfriends are continuing their vacation in the Virgin Islands. I Taunton, Massachestra has been scheduled by Soamong out-of-town "am Edelston ., I chl| -"ts. tt.u bei I Wesu Parent, ,,, ho Bas Mitzvah will th. "''' ri> ception following "e service. Schaehter Concert At Beach on 28th Jacob Schaehter. Miami Jewish radio broadcaster, will present an annual concert on Sunday, February 28th, at the Miami Beach High School. A complete two-hour show, which will include sketches of some of the great hits in Jewish theatre, as well as personalities of radio, television and recording. Sweetheart to be Chosen at Dance Young Adult Group of the Mi^ ami Beach jewish Center will hold wi „ ^ e pres ented its second annual Sweetheart srhachter is dii Swing on Sunday, February 2st, at 9 p.m.. in the Social Hall of the Center, it was announced by Bob Stone, president. Highlight of the event will be the choosing of a "Sweetheart" from members of young women's organizations in the Greater Miami area. Organizations to be repre-' sented are Miami Unit of Junior I Hadassah and the Sharet. Star and I Clara Hirsch Landau Chapters of I B'nai B'rith Young Women. Dancing to the music of an or-j Schaehter is director of the Jewish Variety Hour here heard over station WMBM. Shower Held for Miss Rosen Here A bridal shower was tendered Miss Barbara Rosen on Sunday at the home of Mrs Philip Coe. 1845 SW 24th Street Miss Rosen will be married on June 20th to Mrs. Henis Aiman. Tie ihower included a buffet rve I to -erne 100 guests ut the Coe home. Mr. Avman. a formerly I'ni'crlity of Miami student, now attends m hern College of Optometry at Memphis. Tennessee, He recently made the Dean's List there for Ugh -eholaiship. Mr. Arman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Coe. Choose June 10th Marcia Stolow and Marvin Pros! met three weeks ago through a mutual friend. Their engagement was announced this week by the bride-elect's parents, and the couple plan to marry on June 19th. Miss Stolow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stolow, 321 9th Avenue. Mr. Prost's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prost.. 23691 SW 17th Terrace. Both the bride-elect and her fiance attended schools in Miami. I Miss Stolow is doing secretarial work, and Mr Prost has just been discharged from the Army, where he served in Germany. Cantata to be Heard Hebrew Academy Chorus will present a musical cantata. Et Livnot. on Simon Seiden's radio pro gram. Jewish Forum of the Air, Sunday morning. 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Wli "JVnh We who represent the major J>w$J organizafion in Greater Miami, hereby "proclaim our dedication to and responsibility for flio 1954 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL which supports 54 essential woUaro, cultural, defense and educational institutions, here in Greater Miami, nationally and overseas, and in the State of Israel. We thus re-affirm the faith of our fathers and the traditional concern of our people for the woll being of Fellow-Jews everywhere. EVERY JEW HAS A VITAL STAKE MX THE SI << ESS OF OUR CJA I We urge our membership and the community-at large to enroll as workers in behalf of the great causes represented in the Combined Jewish Appeal, and to contribute generously to this most important overall community campaign. We strongly recommend that all organizations in Greater Miami give high priority to the CJA from FEBRUARY 18th THROUGH MARCH 28th, the period dedicated to the General Community Mobilization of our Combined Jewish Appeal! DR. JOSEPH WEIDBERG, Chairman GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE MRS. MORRIS KOGAN, President FLORIDA WOMEN'S DIVISION AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS RABBI MAX SHAPIRO HARRY GORDON. President BETH DAVID CONGREGATION RABBI SHMARYAHU SWIRSKY PHILIP BERKOWITZ. President CONGREGATION BETH EL RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY HYMAN SHER, President BETH TFILAH A. J. KAPLAN. Chairman B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA MRS. BERNARD HOFFMAN. President B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN METROPOLITAN COUNCIL MAX MEISEL. President BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION RABBI MORRIS SKOP MEYER A. BASKIN. President CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER IRVING LAX. President FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER MRS. BEN ZION GINSBURG. President NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY MRS. BEE JAFFER, President GREATER MIAMI COUNCIL PIONEER WOMEN ISIDORE SCHWARTZ. President HEBREW FREE LOAN ASSOCIATION STANLEY C. MYERS. President GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER HARRY SIRKIN. President GRfATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH RABBI HARRY ETTINGER HAROLD KRAVITZ. President HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SYDNEY ARONOVITZ. President HILLEL ADVISORY COUNCIL ABE KURMAN. President JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS. President JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE BUREAU LOUIS PHILLIPS -^ NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMAN JEWISH WAR VETERANS DANIEL STEIN. President FREE SONS OF ISRAEL RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN SAM FRIEDLAND. President MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER FRED JONAS. President MIAMI BEACH DISTRICT ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA RABBI SIMON APRIL H. M. DREvVICH. President MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION MAX OROVITZ. President MT. SINAI HOSPITAL MRS. AARON KANNER. President NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN RABBI LEON ERONISH LEON ELL. President TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT WM. D. SINGER. President TEMPLE ISRAEL RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN LEONARD KALISH. President WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER JOSEPH DUNTOV SOUTHERN DISTRICT SECRETARY WORKMEN'S CIRCLE RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF MORRIS B. FRANK. President BETH JACOB CONGREGATION RABBI BORIS RACKOVSKY HY NOVINSON. President MONTICELLO PARK JEWISH CENTER RABBI HENRY OKOLICA MURRAY APFELBAUM. President NORTH OADE JEWISH CENTER RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ SOL COHEN, President NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER RABBI LOUIS CASSEL JACK BERKE, President TIFERETH ISRAEL RABBI MAX M. LANDMAN SIDNEY FERTIG. President ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER THE ABOVE ORGANIZATIONS ARE AFFILIATED WITH THE GREATER MIAMI Itw.cu ,r WATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION, WHICH SPONSORS THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL



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r v FEBRUARY 19, 1954 "Jewlsti fhrMbyr, PAGE 11 A [ubilee Stresses Mount Sinai Needs laniard Wicn. Jubilee chairman, | rfk.nn at ;m emergency meeting JJmnittee chairmen of Mount l^Hospitals fourth annual allBihow, urged everyone to "get £ an ,| -,.|| more tickets." He took the opportunity to welHi r E. E. Bloom to the np Mrs llloom is newly apEnted leader of the Motor Corps., Wen Mired the fact that al-' tough Jubilee, which will be held [March 4th ;it the Miami Beach, gditorium. i ahead of last year's; liiure at a comparative time, the Workermust not fall into a state' Lf complacency. He pointed out, Li this year's goal S150.0OO, III Ehc hiahe-t in Jubilee history, and Ihst there is %  > possibility that this (mount can be reached if an esxially concentrated effort is .ade by workers and an added enthusiasm shown by potential purchaseroi Jubilee tickets. A sum ol S150.000 is the amount of Mount Sinai Hospital's deficit nhich it accrued through the hosnjtal's man) service* to the comImunity such as free clinics, expanded research, medical and nursing training programs, and the free treatment ol those people needing but unable t<> afford proper medical attention. "No effort itoo ^reat when aidling such a worthwile cause." Wien [added, "and no contribution too Ismail to receive our sincere appreciation." Sid Franklin. Jubilee's producer, lanmmnced at 'he meeting that he, %  in conjunction with the American %  Guild of Variety Artists, is presently conferring with top talent not only from this area, but from all parts of the country, in an all out effort to make this year's affair the greatest extravaganza ever in this area. Franklin mentioned such notaIbles in the show business world as %  Danny Thomas. Milton Berle, EdIdle Cantor. Jimmy Durante. Red %  Button-. Sam Levenson, Zsa Zsa Ic.ibnr. Sid Caesar. Tony Bennett laid Julius La Rosa, who have ex[pressed a desire to take part in this, [worthwhile benefit program-. Ed Sullivan, popular newspaper |columm-t and television star, will Ifly down In Miami to act as master [of ceremonies tor the third year in [a row for Jubilee, and plans to Bring ni,,ny ol these luminaries %  with him TO ALL — BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Dixie ISSIN Corporation Moe Longer 405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES — LAND SURVEYORS 4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 89-1646 :• Miami Sid Franklin (right), producer of Jubilee, discusses the intricacies of script writing to Dr. Jay Pearson, University of Miami president, as Max Orovitz. chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's Board of Trustees, listens. The three men are'shown judging entries in a humorous script writing contest for University of Miami students. The winner will receive a SI00 defense bond, and the prize skit will be presented on the program of the hospital's fourth annual benefit Jubilee on March 4th at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Wrapvr Show at wlreli UaUeru I Robert Draper will have a oneIrnan show of his paintings at the IMirell Gallery, 18 Anthony Arcade, Ifoconut Grove, from February |22nd through March 6th. Draper was born in New England After receiving his early education there, he enrolled at the I'niverstty „f Florida. He subsequently studied painting in Nassau [and the Bahamas. | Draper was a student of Hans I Hoffman and Robert Brackman. He ^exhibited at the Norton Gal\1 Pa,m Beach Sarasota I Art Agnation and the Society of |rour Arts. %  win?' !" for ,he Dra P er sh w an o, n S,,miay evening. February 2lst at 8 p. m Beth Sholom Slates Judaism Institute Public school teachers of Miami Beach were this week invited to be guests of the Temple Beth Sholom PTA of Miami Beach at an Institute on Judaism on Saturday, February 20th. The program is planned as the first in an annual series in observance of National Brotherhood Week. Acting as Advisory Council in preparation of the Institute are the following: Jacob H. Cunningham, director of the Florida Region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; Sydney J. Greenberg, director of education, Temple Beth Sholom; Mary K. Hogenmuller, supervisor of elementary education of Miami Beach Schools; Sylvia D. Kaplan, president of the PTA of Beth Sholom Religious School; Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom; Malvina W. Licbman, director of elementary education of Dade County Public Schools; Dorothy Pine, member of the Board of Directors of the Beth Sholom PTA: and Frederick B. Routhe, Professor of Human Relations at the University of Miami. The teachers have been invited to observe a Sabbath religious service, as well as the Bar Mitzvah Serv ice of Warren Salomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Salomon, on Saturday morning. February 20th. Following the Sabbath Service, there will be a luncheon institute, at which time Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on: The Holidays Our Jewish Children Observe. Among guests, which will include the Advisory Council, will also be Dr. Ray C. Van Duscn, chairman of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. To All Brotherhood Greetings WASH AND SAVE THE MAYTAG WAY 79th Street Wash-E-Teria "You will be pleated with our Complete Facilities and Service" 1198 N.W. 79th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 78-913* Home Auxiliary Slates Music Month Program "'•men's Auxiliary to the JewJ Home f„ r hp AKcd wi|| mpp ""Algiers Hotel, according to S^r'^-eekbyMr, Music Month. Mrs. Silverman h^irn n\ ;;'r lS Glasser P"*" !" is > Jan BarV prt sent concert art *g von to beHonored viZ T W of ,he Town ,elc h, nor ;, r08ram *U1 be guest of givrnk. a lps,imo nia. luncheon ofCom" ,heMiami B -ch Chamber Vh 3 r CP n n w toetay. w ". "> the new DiUdo HoSpinoza Forum to Mark Music Month Jewish Music Month will be observed on Saturday afternoon, 3 p.m., by the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean Court. Charles H. l*e will discuss Jews in music. Scheduled to appear on the program are Robert Strassburg. music director. Judge Kenneth Oka. Miss Ruth Brotman and Evelyn Stone. Max Azar. of Coral Cables, will recite humorous poems. Serving as hostess will be Mrs. Leah Mast Casting Scheduled for Shakespeare Play Announcement of casting for the I'niversity of Miami's production of Merry Wives Of Windsor, scheduled to run at the Ring Theater Ap ril 13th to April 24th, was made this week. 7o$si Bjoerling Bjoerling to Star In Guild Production Audiences gathing to hear Jussi Bjoerling, leading tenor of the Metropolitan Opera, in the Opera Guild of Greater Miami's production of II Trovatore at Miami Beach Auditorium March 1st and Dade County Auditorium on February 27th and March 3rd will be helping the world-famous artist to celebrate his 30th anniversary as a concert and opera singer. Jussi is the oldest of three Bjoerling boys who, with their father, comprised the Bjoerling Male Quartet, a novelty vocal ensemble that found great favor in Sweden 25 years ago. When the mother of the little family died, the old Bjoerling came to America with his three small sons, and for two years they toured with success throughout the country. Within two years, he was ready for the opera. He made a brilliant debut at the age of 19 as Don Otta vio in Don Giovanni. It was not long before he was in demand at opera houses throughout Scandanavia and the continent. In the spring of 1936, he made his debut at Covent Garden. London. For the Salzburg Festival of 1937, Toscanini sought his services for the role of Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni and again the following season for the Verdi Requiem at the Lucerne Festival. ffnM^i^ \ FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 48-2080 Allied Concrete Products, Inc. 2800 S. W. 31st Avenue, Miami. Florida (One Block North of Dixie Highway) FRANK S. WUELKER, President Best Wishes To All for Brotherhood Week NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BLDG. 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PAGE 12 A • iU^Wcf-flkr***^ COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK rarcAY, FEBR UARY 13 OF BAL HARBOUR Nominations Slated | PTA Will Hold D "" Ladies' Auxiliary Norman Bruce Beth El PTA will K ^^ Brown Host No. 1.4 of the Jewish on Saturday eveni a 1 War Veterans will meet at the Re20th. 8:30 p m ,. IK 8 J eb publican Club, 1947 West Flagler ust Memorial Hall u ra fVOj iv publican ..__. .... ... Si reel, on Wednesday evening, February 24th 8 p.m. Nominations will be held. Games Night at Hialeah Ladies! Auxiliary of the HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Community Center will serve at a games night on Tuesday. February 23rd. 8:30 p.m. Mrs. J. B. Cohen is chairman. ust Memorial Hall. P ro ^ for the Religious School, aec"! to an announcement here Weekly Card Game Henrietta Szold Croup of Hadas-' %  ah holds its weekly card game on l hursday afternoon. 1 p.m., in tftf, penthouse at 1800 James Avenue,' according to aa announcement here ] by Mrs. Mollie Green. Ph. 67-6109 or 481279 Shown here is a group o! officers and directors opened this week with first day deposit's of SI. banking history. Left to right are Carl W. Blac Geiger, Harold A. Stein. Ben Turchin. Kenneth Graham and C. L. Clements. Jr. Opening day Avenue were also attended by U.S. Senator H rency and Banking Committee, and the may Islands. of the new Community National Bank which %  i?r.C?0, laroest opening day total in Florida kburn, Eoard Chairman F. Lowry Wall, August C. Gifford. President C. L. Clements, Robert C. ceremonies at the new bank at 9700 Collins omer E. Capehart, chairman of the Senate Curors of Surfside, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Yiddish Forum to Hear Talk on \ational Survival Jacob Leschinsky will be guest .speaker at a meeting of Der Vid disher Forum on Saturday evening, February 20th. 8 p.m.. at Knesettl Israel Congregation. Leschinsky is one of the original champions ol the Labor Zionist < .nent. He is also author ol numerous works on the economic life Of .lews in Russia and Poland Currently, Leschinsky is on the Staff of the Dail) Forward, as well ; • numerous Yiddish, Hebrew and English periodicals. Subject of his address is slated ;-: The Struggle Of The Jews For Their National Survival. Der Yiddisher Forum is a fea ture of the Greater Miami YIVO Committee which will hold its annual banquet on Sunday evening, February 28th at the .Monte Carlo Hotel. Guest speaker will de Dr, S. Nobel, lecturer al the Theologi cal Seminary in New York City. UHl Symphony Concert To Highlight Tenth Inter-American Meet The ixth concert of the season of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. John Bitter, conductor. Will present Pierre Knur nier. (-'ranch "cellist, asoloist on March 7th at Miami Beach Auditorium and March 8th a; Hade County Auditorium. The concerts will be dedicated as a musical salute from Gri Miami to the city and people ol Caracas, Venezuela Greetings are to be exchanged by the Mayor of Miami, representatives ol the Vei ezuelan Government and other distinguished guests, including Dr Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami. The entire concert will be pro duced and recorded by the Voice of America, in cooperation with WKAT, for re-broadcasts over the Venezuelan radio network. Taking place during the month of March is the tenth Inter American Conference Council of-Foreign Ministers, with the city of Caracas as host. It is expected that the Mayor of ( ,,iai„and the Venezuelan Ambassador to Washington will be present to participate in the program. North Dade PTA to Meet PTA of the North Dade Jewish (enter will meet Wednesday. February 24th. at 8:30 p.m. The protram, planned by Mrs. M. Apfellaum. will be a community sing led by choir director Mrs. Lucille Moore. \ Real Uoodie! 1 2 SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN Served with Soup, hench frits, or Candied Yams fresh Vegetables and Coffee Hot Biscuits ond Honey AISO SERVING DHKIOUS StA fOOD, STEAKS ond CHOPS CH8CK INN 1101 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone 4-9539 TREAT YOURSELF to o superb DINNER tonight famous SALTZ cuisine DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED CARMEN CAVALLAR0 POET Of THi PMNO PIUS SOCIETY DINNER DANCING LA RUI RESTAURANT No Cover No Minin VELEZ fOK RlSMHIOHl 1111 DADE B0WIVMI MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4769 Q^clAwp <$Wt MMi %  %  la TV* TradHtMcl MCffMltw "Hi laclaaM Ph. 58-7891 ILUE ROOM TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone far Reservation! 5-6651 5 4907 D Air Conditioned '4 Erwi* and Louise Frisk** THI GOOD 43rd & COLLINS PHONE 58-1451 HOTEL s trathHaven HOTEL On the Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE Is Now Open to Serve You for the Coming Season Sfrieffv Kosher DINING ROOM MODERATE RATES for Reservations Phone 5-4691 STRATH HAVEN CATERING DIVISION f0 ALE SIZE PARTIES ROSE DA LE RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 97996 r i G od Food '225 Washington Av Miami Beach c=s MENDELSOHN'S


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IV. FEBRUARY 19. 1954 Mm**mrtmm PAGE 13 A y o0H to neip Heat*' Court g, \V;ivne Zollner Pistons, .„. contenders for top hon. h c National Professional toll League, have accepted nUtion to participate in the dedication of the new play the Beach Branch of the Miami Jewish Community t on Wednesday, February ; at 830 p.m.. according to r jtaletie chairman Seymour, Ira was received last week f the pros will go through a Lur lession of play demonnand a shooting exhibition as lination to an evening of .lion ceremonies. Idded in the program is a .. l teen age half court basCll games, u lonnal dedicatio"^ Jiyor Harold Shapiro, r 1, i by ieveral -ports celebri„_ floiiner exhibition and a free tioall award donated by Oscar Zollnerwill be in town to fthe New York Knickerbockers Miami Beach Auditorium on tsdav. February 25th. Academy PTA to Install Installation of officers of Beth El Hebrew Academy PTA will be held on Wednesday afternoon, March 3rd, 1 p.m., in the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17th Avenue. A social and card party will follow, according to an announcement this week. LEGAL NOTICE : basatiofl rifle sJ Ineer Women's Dinner hilo Rescue chairmen Mrs. Rose jcus and Mrs. Rose Katz will Lor a dinner on Sunday. Febfv 21st. 6 p.m., at Kneseth IsCongreiiation for Pioneer rier.. Club No 2. Guest speaker be Mrs Lena (Ireenberg. of Lei Mrs Lena Mintzes is Irman of the evening, accordIto tn announcement this week Ifn Ida Powell, president. LEGAL NOTICE .THE CIRCL'T COURT OF THE IvENTH JLD'CIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DAOfc COUNTY. FLORIN CHANCF-RV. No. 100537 SIE MAK I' 'IT.. JR., I'lalntlff I i :\ iv il'E, .11: j I %  •-••II• 1:1 rit [NOTICE BV PUBLICATION 1 I "in Jr, > l:3aRlerJlL i i (J.I Hii.i'll rir offid ,' %  lie. I'll ii i Court < % %  • •. %  nl Birch. judgment • %  > %  gamut vou for the II i -h. i-.ill of ComNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK lh HKKKIIY GIVEN that the undermined, ileuli INK to %  U K'I:in bualneRH under the flrtltioUH num.of WILLIAM KIII.N'S MOl'KI'.N MAS BAGS, at 2 N.K. L'nd Ave lntemln to register aald um with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. WILLIAM KI'HN, Sole owner %  ."ln-i's — a/r.-i:' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166503 l.v.NMi: FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff \ i CHARLES FRIEDMAN, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OIAHLKS KRIEftMAN r'r\ "ry Ma e'Heilmaii 407 E. fSUi Street IIK.OKIJH IJ. .<..•!' jfdhf."V atja Vor ARE MKItPrWT-illVriKirt) that a lllll of Complaint f.n I ilrncgej baa been fiieil sgalnatyou in the ali^w* entitled cause and j on to* 1I|BIIJ I. quired to nerve a <-o|>jtt>f \ot An %  er to the lllll of Coninlaml on the Plaintiff* attorney*, and file the orlgilial In the Office of III.Cl, l< Of the) Circuit Court on or before Hi*. Mill da] ..f March, IM4, otherwise a Decree Pro Confeaao win ha entered ajrainst you. Thin notice shall be puhllxheri once each week for four consecutive week* In THE JEWISH PtX>RIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 17th dai ol February, 1M4, K. Ii LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Conn By WM. w. STOCKING, Dejiutv Clerk PALLOT, SILVER A. Mll.l.nV Attorneys for Plaintiff 7l fiiTurrwi BnlMlna*. Miami, Florida 2'19-20 — 1/6-'-' LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA „„ „ No. 29489 B HE: ESTATE Oh Mnxir'J l: ^i NI : fKRDA, Deceased i C B o., F .. NTENT,ON TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL VT,> !" ., DISCHARGE .NOTICK I,, hereby given that I have u'i„ i Vi. ,lnul '"••l">'-< "nd petition for final nis, i,.,, K ,. „„ Kxecutor of the estate of KATII KKINK FF.KHA, dlccased: and that on the 22nd day of itSrWttSL.*^ """'> •" ""• "•••",r tRAI K ." DOWLINO, County %  ItidRe of Kade Counn, hiorlila I..I $11'","'"'!,' "J *""' f '" Hl report and for final dlHi-haiue ;,* Executor of the K-tatj of KATHliBIMi KKRIiAi deThia 17th day of fVhriiniv. Il;>4 MAX i; ^,VVK1; ,: SRDA i: ^ r \ttormv ior Executor */?5j^— jj/E?i nain *' Ml ni1 '"''"''I;' 1 id Ii %  .-I at Miami, I loi Ida, %  i rv. II i K r. I.KATHERllAN, 1 i luii Court I!) WM V\STOCKING, • ''..-i k 1) H NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166492 ERED II PRANKE, Plaintiff, Va ROKE PRANKS. I'efendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE T* • RI 8E KI'.ANKi:. tUSO i.eland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois Ton are hereby notified thai %  Bill of Complaint for Divorce hna been riled against you, and you are required to serve a cops of your Aaawei oi I'leadinc to thn Iilll of Complaint on the plalntlffa Attorneys. MYERS. HBIMAN KAPLAN. ISO Beybold ItuihllnR. Miami. Piorlda, and file the original Aaiwer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Cirruit Court on or before the 21th day of March, l'.ct if MIII fall to do BO. juditment hv •fault :ll b taken a K alnst U f* „• i,.|i..f deniau'la >U .the '-ill %  mnlalnt. •hi. notice r*ajVJer Pfeh"' "' ""3 %  Ii week for f..i f yn^ili' •-* %  THE IKU1SH f'TTvrTll'AN li'iNi: \\'l> OKI'EREI' nl MlamL Florida, thle 16th day of Echruary. A K II I.EATIIEI'.MAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, I lade Cnuntv. Florida. By M C. OREEN, I Court Seal) I'ei.utv Clerk. MYEKS. HBIMAN • KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff $50 Seybol.l BulMlns, Mlnml, Florida. N T J HE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND ?S^KBA C D E ^ C OUNTV FLORIDA. IN CH v A N 9 ERV CA SE No 166201 JAMES I. DOHBRTY and IRENE M, DOHERTY, his wife. Pi,,,mills, \ s. Ml persons rlalmlnk' any estate, f'aht, title or Interest in, or lien upon, the real property herein described, %  •! .,nj part hi n "f. 11. Iin.lants ,AMENDED SUMMONS THE tJRATE or KI."HII'.\ £BP* F *"" el.ilmlnit any estate. t rqrnt, title, or Interest in. or Men U|H>n. the real proper I > herein described, ••, anj part thereof. Defendants, Greetlnga: You are herebv notified that a proceeding to yulet Title has been lirojjjtbt in Hie i:iuu:i Courl for 1.... 1. '*ntlF> hlerktei aaamst ail peraoiia I claiming aajffifatata. right, title ,., Inteieat In, or'lien Upon the following deeenhed real property, situate in Hade County. Florida, to il: Lota 21 ami 22, according to the amended plat of City Line Park, aa recorded in Plat Hook I", Ps(te 13, Public Records of I'ad.County, Florida and you are Hereby required to file %  lh the Clerk of sai I Courl your written appearance personally, or i*> attorney, in said proceeding, on or before the 20th day of March. 1*54, and thereafter to file with said clerk your written defenses, ir any, to the Bill ol Complaint at the times prescribed bj Law, therein setting up the estate, -iKht. title, or interest in. or lien upon, he ahove described propert) claimed •> you. Herein fall not. or Judgment viII be entered against you by ieault. WITNESS my hand and seal of said •ourt at Miami. Hade County, Flo,da, this I6th day of Fetiruarv. 1954. K P.. LEATHERMAN. an Clerk of above Styled court Seal) Ily WM W. BTOCKINQ, Deputj Clerk (court seal l !/!- T.-.-I2 7o All My friends and Acquaintances ... Brotherhood Greetings DANTE B. FASCELL • %  i i r i NCS CORAL GABLES INSURANCE, INC. 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CANDIDATE, DADE COUNTY LEGISLATURE GROUP 3 5849 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI f I'll Politil ,1 Ailv l GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 4585 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES PHONE 67-5876 %  • m\/kt\ The Opera Guild of Greater Miami PRESENTS IL TROVATORE WITH GREAT METROPOLITAN OPERA STARS WITH JUSSI BJOERLING ASTRID VARNAY ROBERT WEEDE CLARAMAE TURNER Ms 21, Mar. I, Dad* County Aud. Mar. I, Miami Beach Aud. Jussi Bjoerfino TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Burdines Miami (3rd floor) 9-1332 Miami Beach Auditorium 5-0477 Miami Beach Radio 58-7575 For Membership Aoply Opera Guild Office 3-5V67 Deetieated to the Jewish Musie Month 3rd "SHIR HASHIRIM" CONCERT (SONG Of SONGS) Given by the •Jewish Folk Chorus off Greater Miami IRVIMC R. sUWiMMAN, Cssdsctsr Sunilav. February 28th, Hz'.t% p.m. •f riw >liami Beaeh Auditorimii PROGRAM GUEST ARTISTS 1. Ensemble Cemented of members of the Syassheny Orchestra of the iMtversity ol Miami 2. Mary Davits lyric Soprano 3. Irving RKorenman in Pisse Solo* • ** %  "Tim MtOi*" (TWO MOTMfRj; The Immortal Oratorio Pcem by 1.1 Peretz j Metk by Jacob Schooler accompanied by Symohonic Esnemble ~ • ~i ^f *" mrm -"~; "UDERKRANJ1" AN ALBUM Of American, Jewish and Israeli Songs FRANCES WARS0WE •t the Pious



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PAGE 14 A fJmlstfhrldtor} FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y 19 American Notables August Bondi: The Jew of 1857 By HARRY SIMONHOFF {Harry Simonhoff's column, constituting a series entitled, American Notabltt, is being published by The Jewish Horidian os part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in the United States.-The Editors.! Mo period in American history, not even the jittery present with the atom bomb poised for attack, was as acrid, as hysterical, as the decade preceding the war between the States. The coming sectional struggle cast ominously its advance shadow, and conflicting attitudes towards slavery rent friendships asunder, severed families, and even parted lovers. Opinions, unfortunately, are largely governed by geography. The subtle play of the environment affects the viewpoint and notions of all people; and Jews form no exception. Thus in the North or South. Jewish attitudes differed little from those of their Christian neighbors. If Senators Benjamin and Yulee were eloquent apologists for slavery, then Michael Heilpern and David Emhorn were ardent in condemning its evils. Another thing to consider is that the 100.000 Jews in ante-bellum America were largely refugees from European oppression and hardly yet acclimatized in their newly adopted land to interfere in explosive issues that were leading the nation to the brink of an abyss. It comes, therefore, as a refreshing surprise to find three Jewish lads in the small devoted band of John Brown, fighting to prevent slavery from taking root in Kansas. John Brown The quixotic adventure of John Brown is perhaps the strangest episode in American history'. Breaking open the armory at Harper's Ferry was tantamount to declaring war on the USA. Eighteen crusaders attempting to free the slaves in the South was fantastic and bizarre, an act oi sheer lunacy. For treason resulting in murder. Virginia Law prescribed hanging. Legally there was no doubt as to Brown's guilt. Yet Emerson declared. "The new Saint awaiting his martyrdom will make the gallows glorious like the cross." Armies marching to the battlefield iarg: John Brown's body lies a-moulding in the grave But his spirit marches on. The incidents of his last four years revealed the malignant growth in the soul of America. A most drastic excision of the slavery cancer would be imperative — an operation perhaps fatal to the Federal Union. Three Immigrant! Anshel Bondi. born in Vienna in 1833. joined a student corps 15 years later to assist Louis Kussoth in freeing Hungarv. The failure of Democracy to attain a foothold in the Europe of 1848 caused many liberals to emigrate. His family settled in St. Louis and his name was Anglicized to August. Hearing of an expedition to free Cuba from Spanish oppression, he enlisted-tout the attempt died stillborn. After several years in Texas, he returned to St. Louis and got a job in the store of Theodore Weiner, an emigrant out of Poland. At this time the Indian Territory in Kansas opened to white settlers. Weiner and Jacob Benjamin, another immigrant from Bohemia, decided to pool resources and join the pioneers trekking to Kansas— a good chance to get in on the ground floor in a wild and wooly country With a stock valued at $7,000 Weiner set out in covered wagons and took August Bondi along as chief clerk, with an interest in the business. Bleeding Kansas The now territory became a pawn in the political strategy between the pro and anti slavery forces. The settlers were to decide whether they wanted a free or slave stale Northern home seekers came in far greater numbers, but the Southerners were better organized. The minority adopted a constitution that permitted slavery. A civil war virtually started in "Bleeding Kansas". Proslavery sympathizers from Missouri came to vote and remained to harass and persecute the Free Soilers. They laid waste the town of Lawrence. .Arson, robbery and murder became daily occurrences. Tm settlements were drifting towards anarchy, with the pro-slavery forces as aggressors and victors. The three Jewish pioneers might have pulled through this conflict had they minded their own business. But outspoken in their anti-slavery sentiments they aroused the ire of the "Border Ruffians" as the Northern settlers called the violent proponents of slavery. When the news spread that Weiner had given material assistance to the Free Soilers. they became marked men. Dutch Bill Sherman, a bully and leader of a gang, notified them to leave Kansas in three days or pay with their lives. The three Jewish newcomers applied to the Brown hr„,K sistance. About this time, their father l,,hi S" for H rived from the East. A fanatical enemv of i *"• "4 Old Testament figure, filled with right,',! Very M carded words for action and called for voluntL r Wra,h *H the first seven to respond were Aueust n„n!i Am ngl dore Weiner. Benjamin seemed to hale Zt H* M company or formed a band of his own Now t£**\ slavery group took the offensive and used ih antitheir enemies. Led by John Brown, the sem o( Pottawatomie Creek was attacked and five ZTV" fians, including Sherman, were lynched. rae r RufEye-Witness Impressions The Weiner store with its merchandise w ,„ duced to ashes. The three comrades were In thT" £ of fighting, shooting and looting. Throughout?^ years of warfare in Kansas, they were as guilty or in. cent as (he rest of John Brown's company LSn* some education and wrote an eye-witness account of 5 stirring events in his autobiography, which is vatLS source material quoted by historians and biographer, Z following excerpt should be of interest to reader. ,,'J standing Yiddish: aers "*• "When we followed Captain Brown up the hill towa*, the Border Ruffians' camp, I, next to Brown and in vance of Weiner, we walked with bent back nearly era* ed, that the tall dead grass of the year before might son* what hide us from the 'Border Ruffian' marksraeiT3 the bullets kept on whistling. Weiner was 37 and weishrt 250 pounds; I, 22 and lithe. Weiner puffed like a steam! boat, hurrying behind me. I called out to him Nu w meinen sie yetzt?' (Well, what do you think of it now^ His answer, 'Was soil ich meinin?" (What should I tkink of it?) 'Sof odom muves.' (Hebrew for the end of man death). In spite of the whistling bullets, I laughed whet he said 'Machen wir dem alten mann sonst broges.'( Loot out, or we'll make the old man angry.) August Bondi served in the Union Army and later prat. ticed law. In Salina, Kanasah, he held public office and enjoyed a local reputation. During the Kansas troubles the three comrades were little people, perhaps, yet significant in that they reflect the reaction to slavery by the little people in American Jewry. Southeastern Finance Co. PHONE 2-7005 duPont Building Miami TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WM. J. ALLEN and CHAS. HABLOW Perry Industries & Custom Craft 450 N.W. 14th STREET MIAMI TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. c. Singer, Vice-Pres. & Sec. H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. AH Codes BONACKEB & LEIGH, IXC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P.O. Box 2210 1134 N.W. 22nd Street Miami 13, Florida To My Many Friends and Acquaintances Brotherhood Greetings TOM B. 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0UDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1954 SkateAtstom Lewis Unveiling The dedication of a monument | M t he memory of the late Newman Luis, formerly of 2601 SW 27th [greet. Miami, will take place SunLr. February 21st, at 12:15 o'clock %  at Star of David Memorial Park with Babl-i Morris A. Skop officiating. Mr. Lrwis is survived by his %  rife. Begins, a son, William, and Ifotir waters, Mrs. Etta Naftal, Miss lAda Lewiand Mrs. Viola MorganIstem of Miami Beach, and Mrs. %  Gertrude Strauss, of Hpllywood, %  Florida, and a brother, Louis R., of %  flew York. lAbrams Unveiling ,uThe dedication of a monnroem I to the memory of the late Dr.'Marc [victor Abrams, formerly of 1423 %  Alton Road. Miami Beach, will take [place Sunday. February 21st at 2 p.m at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with I Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiating. Dr. Abrams is survived by his wife 'Esther: one son Edward; three daughter-. Mrs. Jeanette Udell, Mrs. Violet Koch. Mrs. Ruth Colman: three brother* and two sisters. Dr. Abrams was an attorney. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Kaplan Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memon of the late Benjamin Kaplan, formerly of 5360 La Gorce Drivi Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, February' 2st at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving l.ehrman officiating. Mr Kaplan i-urvived by his wife Anna: three sons, Dr. Sherman Kaplan. Ralph a n d Donald: one daughter MrPauline Sater; two brothers, Julius and Peter and two sifters, Mrs Anna Schafer and Mrs. Either Bergman; also several grandchildren Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are a>ked to attend Blumenfield Unveiling The dedication oAJ inifliUAl to the memory of the lat£ MbTlie Blumenfield, formerly of Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, will" take place Sunday, February 2st at 3:30 pm. at Mt Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi S M Machtei officiating. Mrs. Blumenfield is survived by her husband Sumucl; three daughters. Mrs Charles S. Wolfe and Mrs Moe Kurman of Miami and Mrs H. E Levine of Jacksonville, and one -on Frank B.. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Goldman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Stanley Howard, formerly of 1441 S.W. 6th Street, will take place Sunday February 21st, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Howard is survived by his parents, Isidore and Ann Gldman and a brother Alan and two sisters. Iris and Marcia. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. PAGE 15 A ments are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Brown Unveiling The dedication of a monument to 'He memory of the late Lottie "own, formerly of 1680 S. W. 18th will take place Sunday, Feb. I EL J£"' ; Mt Neb0 Cemetery fa.!\i Max sha P ir officialZtC K Brown is survived by two others, Mor ns Farkus and Dr J ohn Farkus 0 f McKeesport. Pa.; and u m ph, '^ s and nieces, Mr. Mrs r,,' W, n Errand Mr. and ^William Farr; Helen Farkas £ two sisterm-laws, Mrs. H. H. 22? MdMrs '''Hie Farkas. Mrs. Brown M a member of Beth Davia o memoer ol Bt menl lon "- a M>n Sisterhood; C f he Co ncll of Jewish omer a „d a member of the Board t^S or v ,f ,he Jcw,sn Home men. r, Palmer Miami MonuI 1 mpa "> Mndl and relalives are ask,,| t 0 ;ittend Ri( Unveiling t'Mhem""'"""" f a monument **< fnr?7 f ,he lat J*P s >* S'i I "! 971 s w 3rd ruan 21 ,," l''w Sunday. Febc *tm' ? Pm at Mt Nebo %  *& i? f bb Sim,,n ADril M 'mi nH .u :,h a son Samuel of iiami iDd V !" samuel ol Mo| >* S .m %  ,lau 8hters, Mrs Juries T !" :." 1 "'Brooklyn. Mrs ">d Mrs Tj '' f fc, beth, N. J. ^ • hiJh 1>rasner Mia m: •k. NT ,)aWd Rice New** of P a 1' ranBM,MoU • £? *Nnv rJ l ? mi Mo U ^^ PJ"> Fnenda and reU Levine Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham Levine, formerly of 424 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, February 21st at 1:30 p.m. at lit. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Levine )s survived by his wife Anna and four sons; Irving and Phillip of New York and Benjamin and paniel of Miami Beach: also eight grandchildren. Ale. Levine was a member of the,, Workmen's Circle in New York 'City. ArnaagcnTien.tfc are in charge of Palmer's Miami' Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Schnitzler Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Anna Schnitzler, formerly of 792 N. W. %  8th Street, was held Sunday, February 14th at 2 p.m. 6n Mt.' S inai | Memorial Park Cemetery with flab bi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Schnitzler was survived by her husband Abe and a son Rubin of Wildwood. N. J. and a daughter Miss Eva Schnitzler of Miami. Arrangements were in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Weiss Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Weiss, was held Sunday, February 4th. 3 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Arrangements were in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Anapolsky Unveiling The dedication ot a monument to the memory of the late Nathan Anapolsky, formerly of 730 S. W. 9th Street, will take place Sunday, February 21st at 1 P.M. on Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. Anapolsky is survived by his wife Mollie. He was a member of Congregation Beth El. ArrangeHarjfcy Richman to Emcee Sunday Fete Harry Richman will serve as master ol ceremonies ior the Miami Beach Police and Firemen's Benevolent Association all star show slated for Sunday evening, February 21st, at the Miami Beach Kennel Club. Proceeds of the show go to the Police and Firemen's Death Benefit Fund for Widows and Children, as well as a number of local and national charities. TO ALL GRiniNGS MANFRED M. UNGAR0 7021 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI, FLORIDA 8 MH'H 'l • i Dl1 "WE COVER THE EARTH" THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Cft 7814 N.I. 2nd AM 1300 W. Flool.r St. 1680 Alton M., Miami Beech 421 7lit St., Miami Beach, Pb. 16-5953 23 Ofceechobee M., Ph. 88-1510 1*1 S Peace De I eon Blvd. 2015 Harris** St., Hollywood Ft. Louderdale 1168 N.W. 36th Street (tyl LEONARD A. LEVINE • IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED CHAPEL WITH PRIVATE PARKING ON ITS PREMISES Oae ot America's Ate*f Beautiful Funeral Nemei 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE 1850 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD, Frniere/ Director IN PHILADELPHIA • 1512 NORTH BROAD STREET JOSEPH LEVINE & SON FU N I RA L IIIICTOII Recognised lor Leadership almost 75 year. To All Brotherhood Greetings W. 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Concert Set jay Evening at amingo Park ••bcautiinl musical evening fer t he sin:i'" store for all )a tfen<1 the Jewish Music Fesj Sunday nipht. at Flamingo Hat 8:15 p.m.. it was armouncEft week b> Leo Sheiner, Fesll chairman of the Greater Mi(Jewish (' mmunity Center. Drawing fn i iewteh Flcdft3un &Sr MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1954 SEC. B jogpositioii isie dirr* welded Uine ch he. finest musical past and present, Robert Strassburg l>roram that will ,1 singing, modern %  eand dramatic narration in a uia'ion entitled. I i Seventy-five voic [will be "n • % % %  -< on the night of .concert. ;.;..! they will be join ,'b> dance""f Ruth Walton's Ljern Danci Croup of GMJCC. %  Among the choral units parliciIting in th" pr iram are the fol Ling: Belli Davra, Coral Gables [wish Center. Miami Beach Jewi Center and /.amora Jewish CenA general GMJCC Festival lorus. under StrassbuTg'S leaderKp. will join with these groups. fprinciple narrator for the prolam will be Judge Kenneth Oka. Tie concert will also pay tribute Brotherhood Week, which bens on that day. with a rendition Strassburg s Hymn To BrotherjThe program will incorporate Ings in Hebrm Yiddish and JJgih and range from music of the vnagogue to folk music of Israel. I highlight c i the evening will be e presentation of a choral paant. Festival Of The First Fruits, Max Helfman. Joining the Festival Concert at Flamingo Park on Sunday night, February 21st, will be members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Choir. The concert, entitled Voices Of Light, is a local tribute to the tenth National Jewish Music Festival and is sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center with the cooperation of four synagogue choirs. Seated (left to right) are Masha Guralova, Joseph Schreibman, director. Cantor Philip Brummer, Mary Anne Stair and Berte Long. Standling (left to right) are Joseph Pardo, Julius Adler, Paul Beck, Bernard Schaft, Israel Teitch and Lee Stair. Tension Between Nations Reflects Tensions Felt by People; Arises from Misunderstanding, Intrigue Distrust and Fear By HAROLD EIDLIN Jewish Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON—The hate press is adrJirfg a new scalp to its collection. In my edition, one can read again about 'that man in the White House." Never too keen on the prospects of Eisenhower as President, antiSemitic and anti-Negro publications have, in recent monfh=, opened up a scurrilous barra-:against him, his top advisors and intimates. Principal complaints against the President fall roughly into th categories: he has surrounded himself with a "Jewish brain trust: he has not only accepted, but baa moved to broaden former President Truman's "race mixing project-." he is an "internationalist" of the first order; and, just for good measure, "he is a simpleton." They have even brought an old anti-Semitic skeleton out of the closet with which to scare the President. In a recent issue of The Cross And The Flag, the monthlypublication of Gerald L. K. Smith. New York financier Sidney weinberg is "identified" as the "Sidney" of the infamous "clear it with Sidney" crack of the New Deal Smith quotes a "well-informed source" to the effect that it was Mr. Weinberg, not the late Sidney Hillman, who was "a power behind" the late F.D.R. Mr. Weinber? is further "identified" as "chief advisor of President Eisenhower." By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP Ftur Tensions between nations are, more often than we suspect, created of the same stuff that breed tension and dissension between people Sometimes they arise from misunderstanding, sorrieUmea from an inability to understand at all— and this is something else again. For the past few weeks, political circles in Israel have been discussing disquieting rumors which reached the Jewish State concerning American plans to offer'military aid to Pakistan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. There must be substance to these rumors that have reached out across the seas — and there must be some kind of solid motivation back of the alleged US blueprint. But the Israeli cannot understand, and from not understanding, there arises resentment and a sense of being wronged. Military aid to Pakistan? ..Well lea Sheiner said the informed Israeli, I may not like it because after all Pakisan is a Moslem State — and my sympathies rather naturally go out to India. But. he said to himself, pei haps there are reasons we don't know. But Iraq and Saudi Arabia? The Urate Department may claim that these states are northern buffers to the Soviet Union and that neither of them border Israel and that therefore Israeli interests can not be damaged — but don't the gentlemen of the State Department know the facts of Middle Eastern life today? And the informed Israeli shook his head over the morning paper and made up a little list of questions for the State Department — questions which made sense to me, and still do. Doesn't the State Department know both Saudi Arabia and no less undemocratic kingdom of Iraq are members of the Arab League? And that the above-mentioned Arab League functions, in relation to Israel, with unusual unity of purpose and, whenever possible, of action? Doesn't the State Department know that both these countries sent their troops to Palatine tu fight the Jews. True, the Saudi Arabians, putting discretion above! valor, eat' sent a token force — and Iraq's three brigade groups added nothing uvlheir mili tary glory '*nd were soundly trounced. But they went to war — against Israel. And when the war ended, only these two states managed to avoid signing armistice agreements with Israel. Is it possible, queried the Israeli uneasilyi that the_ State Department does not know these facts? 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PAGE 2 tf+sitffkridkiri Home for Aged Plans Annual Meeting On February 28th; Reports to be Given Abe Kurman. president of the Jewish Home for (he Aped, announced this week that the ninth annual membership meeting of the Home will take place at Tibujifas Gardens,. 160 NE 53rd Street. Miami, on Sunday, February 28th. 2 p.m. Some 500 of the Home's 2.500 members are expected to attend when reports of 1953 activities and future plans will be given. One of the highlights of the meeting, according to Kurman. will Wise Hadassah Meets Discussion Group of the Stephen s Wise Hadassah will meet at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Alpehn. S25L !" UARY 1945 Normandv n* feach, on Monday, %£L he P L k SCh r ; dU : Cd ^ me Dook.^T h.. Goodly U n Abe Kurman be the report of Baron de i: r on the results <>t the n raising campaign for the AbMemorial building Serving de Hirscli Meyer ;,ke> leaders in the campaign were David Phillips and (ol. .lack Arvej Construction plans are now bermulated by a Building Committee comprised ol S. L. Bernbaum, chairman; Leon BaCOOS are Barney l.ee. co-chairmen: Sidney Ansin, Col. Arvey, Daniel Broad. Jack Carner, Ben Fleeman, Dr. David Phillips will be reported on by Mrs Sol Silvi rman president The Au\with 1.800 members, contribute $18,000 yearlj to the I udget and also has v contributions to its i build chairman of the I, will preside at the annual tertaihment will be led bj Cantor Edward Klein, : v rth Shore Jewish Center, who will be accompanied by Herman Fried ai fhe piano! I he Home ia beneficiary ag encj "i the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The Homi leadership plays a major role in the 1954 Com billed Jewish Appeal, irom which the Hume receives 40 percent of its lotal budget. Brotherhood Week Marked Emma Lazarus clubs of Greater Miami will celebrate Brotherhood Week on Wednesdaj evening, February 24th. 8 p.m.. at the Jewish Cultural Center Ittaav to Spvah At (.olilcn \tjt> Vrvsvntation Albert I. Isaac, principal of Ada Merritt Junior High School, will be guest speaker at the fourth annual presentation of the Golden \ i English class of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on Sunday. 1'ebruarj 21st, 2:3-p'm. A capacity Viillicnco'is expected when the English class presents a playlet entitled. Monday Evening At 7:30. which will demonstrate the various instructional methods which lake place in their classes Mrs. N,,ra Stark, instructor, will be in charge of the program. Students taking part in the program are Mary Feldman. Henry GaiisAn, Lilhe Garison. Esther, Gilenko, Minnie Kanner, Lena Keller, Gussie Kimelhhn, Anna Kurland. Vetta Slotnickr Louis Weintraub and Rose Weint.raub._ Samuel Gertman, M. J. Kopelowitz. Kurman, de Hirsch Meyer A. J. Paul and David Phillips. Representing the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on the committee are Emil Gould. Sam Resnick and Max C. Gettinger. The architects are Loewenberg and Loewenberg. of Chicago, wilh Irvin Korach as local associate architect. Activities of the Women's AuxCaf. tot* Arvty SEE YOU AT 4kJU^ POST TIME.. 1:4$ P.M. Daily. Double. First and Second Races. Daily Double Windows close 1:JJ P.M. 1:45 P.M.! DM M, 0* Onc.udin. ,.,„ ): Jj-OOadduional. Clubhouse $J.OO, Mt ch '' No Msoor, Ad„wd. I For the Sabbath and every occasion when only the best is good enough! MANISCHEWITZ America's Favorite KOSHER WINE rtOOUClD INI MillII IT MMMCN WINE COMPANT. INC. mat IUHHUI. MoowtH 1.1. fxefusive Disfrinur—. NATIONAL WINES, INC. SAM BLANK, Prtf. Phone 3-8739 Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON tAlANCES UP TO '75 000.00 Compounded Semi-annually • Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st SAVINGS INSURlD UP TO 10000.00 Complete Commerridl Banking Services DRIVE-IN TELLERS BASK BY MAIL PAN AMERICAN BANK { I If; 1: OF MIAMI I ^ ,. SI 1st ST I 3'dVE MM I MOVING IS SO EASY...WHEN YOU CALL fill 4S^ Miami*! Oldest and Om f the South! U't" I • n I Duliitt and D o o f • I • *> a a r Mt"" SHORT 01 LONG-TERM STORAGE *V*IL*ILE IN OUI TWO. M00EIN.MT0RY WAREHOUSES fireproof Construction Only Prime Storage Rooms m Greater Miami .Silver • nd Rug Vaults. 100% A D.T. Automatic fire and Burglary frotection teach TK T' ieave > he Vi'mmn t'd flrnV D fma| 10f i Berfs Set "irdtobes for Clothing. Fu,-,;^ilDm,tt '•••** HIOWEU MO ennonu toco/ Hauling end Trucking PHONE 82-7561 ---JSg^JrtjMif lf A,„„ *W VAN LINI,



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AY. PEBRUA RY 19, 1954 + bnlst rhrMtor PAGE 3 B ate'ned Says f. Oppert Ly. cecuriiv both here and r js threatened in 1954 as it V-m members of the liquor L. mat told at the third anfmch of the Combined JewK al Liquor Division. me Paulettc Oppert. French m underground leader and traveler, addressed the trade |a! the Biscayne Terrace Ho1 Sunday morning, launching Industry drive. Enumerated threats by Araiders against the state of Ispd the dangers of boycott Cockade as examples of Instating itself in the Middle iere is no peace in Israel bejher unfriendly neighbors do ish to see a democratic nation %  jh—they refuse to sit at the (table to negotiate," Madame : stated. Li is building a democracy, Xjd, where many thousands of E children, rescued from i in European war-torn cities, low find haven and grow with Tew nation. These children are |iope of the future, she defame Oppert was personally Irsible during the war for the It I thousands of homeless chili whom she saved from Nazi ferities. I Rost acted as master of cere*s and chairman of the (ch. assisted by Jay Weiss, Margin and Leo "Chick" Chainpaign chairman Aaron M. ktr delivered a talk to the |ers in the Liquor Division plus-giving and coverage of heir assignments, rhard Hunter, Jr., former |da State Beverage director, sized the civic responsibili|of members of the liquor in' in major community philanbies such as the Combined i Appeal. thi Burak is ivh Visitor |bbi and Mrs. Aaron Burak are ding their annual winter vaca|on Miami Beach at the Victor Rabbi Burak is a dean at hva University in New York Ithor of the recently published I, Flowers Of Aaron, in Hebrew D'iddish, Rabbi Burak will be 1 an affair of the Greater Mizrachi Organization on |rday evening in the Victor HoRabbi has been conducting during the Friday evening Shabbat at the Victor since rival here. WANT MY MILK jut la FLORMTA DAIRIES JjpMOGENlZED "•"""la "D" MOk "^ftoducV Mrs. Mintzer is Host to Committee Mrs. Jack S. 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PAGE 4 B +-Jewnt\fk>rklk*n Miss Gruber Will Address Food Division Affair Ruth Gruber. special foreign correspondent to the New York Herald Tribune, who has recently returned from her fifth trip to Israel, will speak at the third annual 1 i .HI Division dinner, on February 23rd. in behalf of the Combined. Jewish Appeal. • Announcement of Miss Grafter's' jippearunc<> here was made by Aaron Weihklo. Division chairman. The event will be held in the Panorama Room ot the Biscayne Terrace Hotel and will be attend ed by representatives oi all allied groups included in the food industries. Miss Gruber will deliver the principal address of the evening, she ithe author of the recent best si Her, Israel Without Tears Max Handshu and Bernard Stev eni are co-chairmen assisting W( in kle in the CJA Food Division, one of 40 trade groups included in the campaigns Business and Professional Division headed by Sam Heintan. Dinner Committee includes Melvin Weinkle, Julian Weinkle, Abe Maloff, Herbert Sher. Louis Jos ephson. Murray Mattes, Sam Bad Robert Felik, Aaron Neiss, Harry August, Marvin Rosenberg, Mortie N'eiman. Mike Adler c,'hen.and Phil Romer. FHIDAY. FEBRUAR Y 19. J Leukemia Association Sets Tag Day Here Board of Directors „f ih„ t 1 kemia Association here 1, U \ Pre last we 'or the new t er J Presidents wel \Wlliam M. j|l named officers Elected as vice Max Paul and Creagh. Others are Mrs 1 1. Kun. NbWM^ofMeculr^dfiB the Leukemia Association. Annual Winter Carnival I Set at Grossinger Hotel GROSSINGER. NY -The Gn singer Country Club's 39i n ,„„_ winter carnival will be held Man 5 enlist in General Mobilization drive in behali of the I J*J> through 21st, 1 owr oiyojj Mrs. William Kneapler. Hialeah. co-chairman; Rabbi Harry B. Ettinger; Mrs. Nathan Becker Miami Springs co-chairman; Abraham Fraidlin. Hialeah. Standing rear Heft to right) are Nils Krupp. Miami Springs, supervisor of Trades Division; Mrs. Sol Fox, Hialeah; F. A. Rapps, Miami Springs; Mrs. Lester Kahn, Hialeah; Sol Fox, Hialeah. Also on Committee and not shown are Dr. Nathan Friedman, Miami Springs, supervisor of Professional Division; Mrs. Leo Gelvcn, Hialeah; Harold Kravitz, Hialeah; Mrs. B. Lenders. Hialeah; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lord, Hialeah William Malcolm, Hialeah; Mrs. Ely Rainbow, Hialeah; Mrs. Sandville Smith. Virginia Gardens, Miami Springs; and lohn Strunin, Miami Springs^ Film Showing Slated At Miami Library A film showing of a one-hour r production by Dr. Theodore Ft Jackman will be held in the Mimi Public Library on Wednesday evening, February 24th at 8 p.m., cording to an announcement this v fl.-k by Mrs, Helga Eason ol the •ary's i i munit) relatii i .... Jackman has traveled (\ t< irsivelj thro igh Israel during the • 2Q years and studied at the \ aerican School ol Oriental Reareh in Jerusalem, specializing in ifijogy and Biblical typography, ihe film is a recording of Dr. and -Mrs. Jackman's most recent tow of the Jewish State late last year and concentrateon covering the Jordan River valley from the 1 n to the Huleh swamps. According to an announcement here, the film includes scenes taken at the contested canal. Bnot Yaacsje; now a pivotal point before the United Nations. The show, a premiere performis gratis. The program is also .-cheduled to include Biblical antiquities on exhibition Chamber of Commerce To Take Stand on Fires Jacksonville The Florida State Chamber of Commerce tore.try division, headed b) W T Edwards, will take a dctermn l< in re ducing needless wildfires thai last year caused a • %  00 I iss ol tin State's l m -t resources Acting Governor Charlej Johns tinweek gave strong support to this ol ectiyd by |ddressing a letter to law enforcement officials throughout \i < (Rate, calling for vigomunft-eqption ; those charged wiCta Illegal burning pointinout that 58"per cent oi the unlawful tiies were set intentionally tion Law which prOvldi a felon) in spite ol Florida's Forest Protecpenalty lor such violation Israeli Scholar Arrives For Seminary Lecture NEW YORK — Dr. Yehuda Leo Kohn, distinguished Israeli scholar and diplomat, arrived here this wet k in order to deliver the major address al the opening session of the Seminary Israel Institute, a lecture forum sponsored jointly by Sherman Adler to Speak Friends of the Seven Lively Arts I eting at 2100 Washington Avenue, will hear Sherman Adler in a talk on: The Dynamics Of Humanism The affair is slated for February 19th at 8:30 p.m. Monf/cefJo Group Schedules Annual Hadassah Affair The Greater Miami Monticello Social Group, consisting of Sulli van County, Monticello. 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j A Y. FEBRUARY 19, 1954 + lt~i**n,irtri PAGE 5 B jLOBAL SHORTS B in Bans Arms to Egypt; emand Tougher Stand fToNDON (JTA) The British Wnment disclosed. thi. week Z it had rcimposcd its embargo Lr material for Egypt because 'Lyptian hostility." The disures came amidst mounUng deunds in Parliament that Britain T. a tougher stand towards the %  Lib regime as resentment grew Efr Egvplian attacks on British Lilians and military personnel in Lpt and the Suez Canal area and Eer Egyptian interference with ritish shipbound for Israeli rts. hilean President Ibanez deceives HIAS Representative SANTIAGO (JTA) — General ianez President of Chile, receivHenrv Sh..>hkes, HIAS reprelentative. this week and discussed iith him the immigration situa|i(in here as it pertains to Jews. To |)r Sbo&hkes review of the limited Immigraticn facilities available to Uewi>h immigrants, the President Coplied that Chile needed technicians and farmers very badly and lhat it wuul' 1 n "' discriminate be[ween Jews and non-Jews. them if the Nazi Swastikas are removed, told a lecture audience at nearby Alsfeld that he had received more than 1,000 "abusive letters." General Hasso von Manteuffel, said he favored removal of the swastikas becuase he believed that reintroduction of swastika decorations would give rise to "misunderstandings" abroad. A similar proposal for legalizing the wearing of World War II decorations "cleansed" of the Nazi symbol has been recommended by a Bonn Government advisory board. status with the World Health Organization, it was announced here. The agency was admitted, after its application had previously been denied, under a broadening of WHO admissions criteria to admit "sectional" groups and to allow admission of more than one nongovernmental agency working in the same field. Bennike Inspects Israel Water Project on Jordan River JERUSALEM (JTA) — Maj. Gen. Vagn Bennike. head of the United Nations truce observance forces in Palestine, personally inspected the Jordan River canal at Bnot Yaakagainst which Syria has pro ler.*l -C..L. u #_* _i "lested an* i^ard explanations on Israel leeks New Safeguards the spot from Isrw-fi members of For Peoce in Middle East Ben Toaster Reelected to Third Term as HIAS President NEW YORK (JTA) — Ben Touster was relected to his third term as president of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the organization announced. Murray I. Gurfein and Mrs. Herman J. Leffert were renamed vice presidents, and Mrs. Leffert was reelected president of the HIAS Women's Division. LONDON (JTA) — Ambassador Eliahu Elath of Israel declared this week that his country was determined to safeguard its interests j by addition of more specific safcI guards to existing international guarantees for preservation of peace in the Middle East and by strengthening the country's ability to defend itself from physical attack. Mr. Elath's declaration made in an address before the AngloIsraeli Club, stressed Israel's desire to work with the United Nations in preventing a new outbreak of war in the Middle East. Former Austrian Minister is Charged with Misuse off Funds VIENNA i JTA I — Dr. Peter Ixrauiand. who was the Austrian %  Cabinet Minister responsible for Iconfiscated Jewish property after It hiliberation of Austria, and is [now being tried on charges of mia|u.se of his office for personal gain, has charged that top Austrian political leaders advised him to get out of the country rather than hand trial. Dr. Krauland, who is member of the Peoples Party. dominant group in the coalition [government, said that former IChancellor Leopold Figl, of his parity and Vice Chancellor Adolf Ischaerf, of the Social Democrats. lolfered this advice. Priest Asks Pro-Israel Policy As "Reparations" for Jews BRUSSELS (JTA) — The murder of 6.000,000 Jews in Europe during World War II demands reparations to the Jewish people in the form of "pro-Israel policies" by the European powers. Father Riquet of the Cathedral of Notre Dame of Paris told a public meeting here last week. World Health Organization Grants 0SE Official Status GENEVA (JTA) — The World OSE Union, Jewish health organization has been given official Former Hitler General is lAssailed for Swastika Plea FRANKFt'RT (JTA) — A former I |XJZI General who recently suggest Jed that holders of German military Idecorations be permitted to wearl MIAMI IEACM SUWSIDE llOtliacaJatd. 473 Herdiee A*. Ph. S-3112 Ph. 14-6171 'If* ?>U*ne CUSTOM rAftOMie 1104 UNCOUI IOAD Miami leech 9473 MAIDING AVIMUE SarfsMa HAIEIOASNERY 30th feer •" Miami leech Library of Congress Exhibits Copy of Mishnah Torah WASHINGTON (JTA) A copy of Maimonides' Mishnah Torah published in Istanbul in 1509 has been placed on display at the Library of Congress as part of an exhibit of Turkish literature arranged in honor of the visit of Turkish President Celal Bayar to this country. The Mishnah Torah. completed by Maimonides in the 12th century, is a 14-volume compendium of the Talmud, religious guide and complete codification of Biblical and Rabbinic law. the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission. Gen. Bennike, who visited the development while en route to Damascus to confer with Syrian Government, was also shown the Arab land holdings on the east bank of the river which would be affected by tiie project. Regional Development Plan Not Acceptable, Leaders Say WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Arab states will never accept the American plan for developing the water resources of the Jordan River valley which Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's special envoy, has urged upon them, the Egyptian Government said in a Cairo broadcast. The broadcast noted reports that Mr. Johnston was to leave the United States this month for a second Middle East tour to discuss this plan, drawn up by TVA experts, and secure Arab acceptance. Warsaw Radio Unleashes Yiddish Attack on Goldmann LONDON (JTA) — A violent offensive against the Israel Government and against Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, has been unleashed by the Warsaw radion in a series of Yiddish-language broadcasts. Dr. Goldmann, leading figure in the negotiations which led to West Germany's agreement to pay $822,000.000 in reparations to Israel and the Jewish people, was assailed for allegedly having stated that diplomatic relations would be established between Israel and West Germany. Zamora Center Slates Charity Festival Here A charity smorgasbord festival, sponsored by the Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish Center, will be held on Sunday, February 21st, 4:30 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Friedson. 1691 Nethlia Drive. Proceeds will go to the Torah and Scholarship Fund of the Center. Mrs. Bernard Chesman, chairman of the Board of Directors of. the Sisterhood, said that the festival is open to the public, as well as to members. Mrs. Friedson is chairman in charge of arrangements, and Mrs. Philip Catsman and Mrs. Arthur Borok are co-chairmen. ojGUST BROS p.vi 1 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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PAGE 6 B t vHUtfkrHtar Flagler Production Opens on Saturday Saturdav. February 20th. i< opening night of Fanny Get Your Gun at the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center. Two additional performances will be presented on Sunday. February 21st, and Saturday. Febru arv 27th. The show, an original musical comeTJy written by Mickey Gittleson and Miriam Schiff, "has broken all pre-sale records." Ed Moore, director of the show, is also taking a lead acting role. Others in the cast include Wynn Lapin. Al Ziegler. Fran Immerman, Rosalie Hirschberg, Bob Tauber, Jack Block. Joe Masters, Nal Traunian. Ben Clein and Aaron Shapiro. The chorus line, directed and led by Millie Dreiser, consists <>i Shirley Seligman, Ida Cram. Naomi Levine. Frances Landers, Hanah Malin. Evelyn Clein and Gladys Beck. Leo de Sola is in charge ol the music. Members working on the production are Lou Bush, business manager; Dinah Shapiro, costumes; Ed Peyser and Phil Schiff, settings; and Sylvia Kirschner, makeup. New Jersey Assembly Condemns Anti-Semitic Paper TRENTON (JTA) — The New Jersey State Assembly, Lower House of the Legislature, unanimously adopted a resolution last I week condemning Common Sense, ; an anti-Semitic sheet published by i Conde McGinley. The resolution %  expressed "abhorrence of the ori I'.mized campaign of prejudice and bijetry" conducted by Common Sense nnd'nrffpd that it was edited by a "bigot who is anti Negro, antiCatholic and anti-Jew." ^S^^UARY^ West Miami chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal General Mobilization is Nelson S. Chaplin 'seated right). He is shown with Jack Nemeth. Harry Klein and Bernard Supworth setting plans for community solicitation beginning February 18th. Also on committee but not shown are Jesse Teitler and Fred Belsky. Picnic at Crandon Park Golda Myerson club. Pioneer Women's Organization, will hold .i picnic at Crandon Park on Sun day, February 2st. 12:30 pm Mrs Vera Zeltzer i< chairman of the affair, scheduled to meet at 1'it No 1, with the Mesdames Anna Frey, Rose Gersten and Rose Markacting as co-chairmen. Proceeds arc for Moatzet Haoalot, I *f Music SclnHfl IS'-sumcs I t-uluiv Thursday Jean Bedetti and Joseph Tarply in a joint sonata recital for cello and piano: and Friday Dominique de Lerma in a 1 program on music of the Baroque period Beth El Radio Hour The Beth El radio hour over Station VVMII-:. Friday from 4 to 4:30 p m., will present Dr Shmaryahu T. Swirsky in an address entitled; What Do You Look Like Dickinson Letter Here The Miami Public Library is currently displaying with biographies and books oi poetry by Emily Dickinson, an original letter bj the American poetess. The letter Maleaned for the exhibit by Miami's The University oi Miami School ni Music tinweek announced the resumption ol itfeature program over station w v c < %  Monday through Friday, 12 to I p m The program will again be under the supen ision ol Dr William Spielberg, 1519 Robbia, Coral GableDr. Spielberg is a New York surgeon and winter resident here, lie occupies a first violin seat with the i M Symphony. The feature Is now in its second war. according to the announcement. Scheduled are appearances by members of the facultj and students. Dr. Spielberg indicated this week that the programs will include the following for the period February 22nd through 26th: Monday—Ralph A. Harris in a discussion on music in the time of Washington; Tuesda) — Victor Stern in a viola recital: Wednes Builders of Immortal Memorials for the iroft £ man Jewish Trade Look for the 2-StO'y Whit* Building Thurmond Monument Co. 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March 21st -.linn Beth Jacob will ^SsScnt. Morris B I, .t a testimonial banquet on r Mrch 2sl The affair, o binS.Wlu.man Social Hal. (Slendered Frankl in tribq* ^he congregation. id Whitman, past President £ honorary president of the Nation, has assumed chairS of the event. Assisting 1 Leo Mever, Joseph Cohen, "i-rner William Mechlowitz, Galbut. Louis Makovsky. Jacob Kan and Louis Shafkin MWes Mescheloff. spiritual of the congregation, is overiJvisor. nk a local resident, for tlje years, has served the Conation in various offices during oast 25 vears He was formerly bdent for five years and was bac k to that office in 1952. .sides with his family at 1031 Avenue, and is the father of n j Beach Councilman Bernard tank, a member of the Beth L Board "1 Directors. Child Rescue Festival At Monticello Park Mrs. Sam Pollack and Mrs. Jacob Plitt will be hostesses at a musicale and film festival for Child Rescue oi the 1'ioneer Women's Organization on Sunday evening. February 21st, 8 p.m., at Monticello Park Congregation. Guest speaker will be Harry Woll. New York Jewish educator and Labor Zionist leader. Myrna Wexler will present the musical program. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY '5IVEN lhnl the undersigned, desiring to engage in IIIIHIIIOHH under The fiotitloiiK name of MUNICIPAL. Al'TO BALES, nl L'u.yi N.W. ifU Street, Miami. IntenilH I" register Maid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, M .1. FRIEDMAN LEONARD .1 KAUSH Attorney for Applicant 2060 DuPoiit Blrig. 2'19-2 — l/S-U Demurs' frmak kodwill Group Meeting [ k D rdon has been ted |r re for a second 0 I ihe Washington Federal LssocJatioej. named for a secterm include Michael Sleekvice pn -i lent; Ben Ciller, presiden! Ceorge W. Hiraeh, president a n d comptroller; [•.ir II i o irshon secret**/! and lion M Gaynor, treaniMr. lack R I nurshon was elected in,. Boil I I Directors at a prenweting hold January 20th. Compare TET1EY TEA with any other brand jhwartzman to Speak Menorah Group of Hadassah will ir Louis Schwartzman, executive ector of the Bureau of Jewish ucation. in ;i discussion on his trip to Israel. The group ets on Wednesday evening, Feb24th. 8.15 p.m.. at the home i. and Mrs. Julian Wernkle, Toledo. Coral Gables. IZFA to Meet University of Mlabi Chapter of the Intercollegiate'Zionist Federation of American will meet on Sunday. February 21st, 8:15 p.m.. in the upper lounge of the UM Student Club. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE isHEREBY dlVEN thai tn.undersigned, deaiiing to engage i" business under the fictitious name* of MIAMI LOCK, MIAMI LOCK A KEY. MIAMI LOCK AHOOK, at 1170 B.W. sth Street. Intends to raglatar said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of l'ad.County, I'lorida. UAL'RICE HAW, Bole Owner MONROE DIXON Attorney for Applii anl %  • OI) mpl Bids. It 24 — 1/5-12 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW H HEREBY (HVEN that "alrliiK to encage In business undW tli>-.-f, SUIT FOR MAX ELISH I %  %  .. I:. rgenfleld, Men J You ;n. hereb) notified that a Rill of i 'omplalnt' for l H> oi i %  ha %  bet n u d '.:iiiist you. and \ quired i" serve .i pop) of your Answer i• ..i nt lo the Blfl of <'omplalnl on the plalntlffi Attorney. KKssi.Ki: & DARS 1782 W Flakier Siie.l. Miami. i. and file the original Answer m Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit court on or before the 10th ita) of March, 1854 if you fall t.. do so. Judgment bj default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. 'This nolle*'shall be published once each week for four ek.nsei utlve weeks in THE JEWISH KDRIDIAX. HONE AND oR|if?RHD at Miami. Eloiida. this IGth day of February, A I i PC. I. K. I!. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorlda nv WM. W. BTOCKINO, rcirratl Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 2/19-26 — 3/"--12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY ISIVEN that the undersigned it Irlni to t ngage In business under i he flctll us name ol TOW ER SALES ii IMPANY, at 120 N.W. 4lrd I'l Miami. Florida, intends to reglstei said name witli the Clerk of tn. c Court ol Dade 1 ouul %  I 'I id.I HURRAY COOPER PRANK COHN At tome] for Tower Sales Companj 2 19-21 3 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M ITICE is HERRHY IIIVEN that the undersigned, dashing to engage in undei the fli l Itloui name ol SOUTHERN ADVERTI8INO SERVICE, in iH Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Intends lo register said name TVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Feb. 19-M) MORNI H G FRIOAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY BO: Todaj Ml 1 .1 Test Pat.. Mus. I Today 1 •• 1 Feature Kllin Ifoe I 1:30 I ] %  |:15 1:30 I I ll R ch Ttsle. Il'dr'me Sm. E<1 MeOowi Test Pal., Mus. Pastor's Study D Dong School Strike It Rich The Little Show val ltd |,id) Dlo Super Circus Cant, Midnight I .amp Unto ft Look DP, I-lve The Lie Kliow Valiant, Lady Industry T'ole To He Ann oed \M 11. |{ 1:15 1:30 Mel 1:45 Space Parrot Johnny Jupiter This Is The Life Arthur (lodfrey Menu Magic ; Hilly Crahsm I What's Tl 'bla t-00 I've G News '5 Love .1 i |f, !:30 Beard, | ,., Tomor. A_F_T J_R NOON Hlg Top s **\ Quldins I :00[ Hruii..-|, With Judy I Roy Rogers Sch'l of l'n. Bob Ponies ^T7 1-301 Qary Moon 2:00 Cobbs Corner ?:30i At i, ', ,. House roovltlTTwr |3:30 Kits Capt. Hurts Carfn-O-Vllle DM ill R.vle Income Tax Juvenile Jury I've Hot News Love of Life S'lvh For Tom. tliililinK Light BrVh W. Judy C.ary Moora IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166369 EVE tv.NKlLU Plaintiff HCC.H O'NEILL Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO Hl'C.H O'NEILL 1320 Thieriot Avenue New York. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the shove entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Hie Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the orlglnal in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Itth day of March. 1W..4. otherwise a Decree Pro Colifesso will lie entered afainst Mill This notice shall be published once with the Clerk of tli. of li-ide Couyt. Plot Ida MRS. HANNAH Sole Owner A. J. KAI'l-AN Attorney for Applicant 23S Lincoln Road %  1 I2-1W-^H — 3 % %  Ircult QARRON ui i liepnlv l lei K SHELDON N LE1.CHUK. ESQ. tnis nonce smtii oe |,ut.o.-,..-. • %  •' %  f i.o.i,:..,. ,1,1, week for four consecutive week* %  }}^' r "<\. u r '.".""" n n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. 2/12-l-.b — .1 % %  Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12lh da) "f I'eliruaiy. 19.14. E H LEATHBRMAN, Clark, Circuit Court By: WM w STIICKINC. Deputy clerk [•ALLOT, SII.ER MILLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress lluildiiig. Miami. Florida |S-M — 3/. r i-l2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166194 IN RE ADDITION OP JOSEPH NICHOLAS RAI.A7.S NOTICE TO APPEAR To: Joseph Balass Address I'nknown You are hereby notified that a Petition for the Adoption of JOSEPH NICHOLAS i:\I.AZS has heen filed. and vou are required to serve a copy of your Answer or other Pleadins to the Petition for Adoption on Petitioners attorney. SHELDON N. LELCHI'K. 701 Beybold Huildlnit. Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleailiiiu in the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before th.16th da) "f March. IH.'.l HATED this .'>lh day of Heluuaiy. 1951. (Seal) E. H. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court in M. C UREEN. DepiiD Clerk %  •nith |4:00l Ale |4:15 |4:30. |4:46| %  [5:00 Jienn t MlcUe [5:15 8u|s>ri |B:30 :40l_Sh UP per-, ,;„„,,. Talent Ranch Mr. Wixard Jamie Story I Cobbs Corner E&J'B&J Jackie's House Sfdlo of World T hie W. Fth'r Pepsi Playh'se Paul Winchell IliK Kat Payoff I Smith Pncle Martin I You Are There I Alec Olbson Illaleah Mr. PaapsTP NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TH€ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MDE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166401 HARRY CtXJPER. I'lalntlff, vs. ROSE COOPER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE COOPER 51 Almont St. Mass. Maiden. ... You are herein; notified^ that oy. ; ^^Vap-aileiMlon. Of I P.ill IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166193 SAM SAPOI-'i'. Plaintiff. vs. BECKY SAI'oEE. [lefendant NOTICE TO APPEAR To: Beckv Bapoff r )2.". Bristol Street Brooklyn. New York You are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed attains! vou. and you are required to serve a COD) Of V'ur Answer or other pleading to the Hill of' Comrialnt on Plaintiff's attorney. BHRbDONN. LEI/'Hl'K. 7i>.: Seyl.old Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County. Florida, on or before Ihe 13th day of March. !54; otherjDtfl-g fT -a, W goz(/> Q < CO W#^o^ s J?oiipn s S*t *pv •*** Aabbl Iooh E. RcickoTskY MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach OtlDM .^<0 r %  —%  ^ rr~ .laint for Divorce has been ,.f Collllilalnt for Divorce lias i !" u %  --. %  ed against you. and you an required < < m f> lnt WILL of Complaint on Attorney. WILLIAM 1 BUI Amateur Hour Bporu unites N.us.Weather Omnibus Clenn". Mickey Cisco Kid 1 Shonper's flulde 6:00 6:10 gy'oi Uesolatn 6:15' SS* 6:30 I', 5 ,; ....tints EVENING All Kepa S-...--S Party ?:?? %  %  %  %  "" i' r 7M \f ; Waning 7.30 Doug Edssrds lied Skelton Un Ranger i apt Two Hi addock F. Money Mu. Mar'nettes Renlck Reports Ule W. Fatner Private Se.-'v public Bet %  Weatherninn .lack of Sports Armchair Adv. Renlck Reports Life Doug Edwards Lie Theater Re. i, t Jackie lileuson Comedy Hour rBu.ns t, Allen | Firestone llc*nr I c Kujfiti 9:30 _9:J-', 11:4 5 12:00 12:151 12:30l Show Intrigue Business OE Theatre I Lova Usaj Yo,',' Bel Life Uav. Story ..r Show of Shows The Weh Hit Parade Wh it's M. Line "studio one World Prsi Medal Theater Doi Mi llolletlliach MiNorth t Sign <"f Bat Nht Eeat. :45| Sign Off News Wither Man Bd Badge The Vagabonds Sign off Pleading to the the plaintiffs -HAMILTON, I4J Civic Mda I'lorlda. and file the orlglna or Pleading In the office of the Circuit Court on J5th da) of March, lt4 ; do so. Judgment I" taken against vou Miami, Answer f the Clerk I,.fore the f vou fall to I.-fault Will he • the relief daindad in the Bill of Complaint This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks ',, THE JEWISH El ORIDIAN ",,'iN'E AND ORDERED Florida this 12th day ol A lt **' E H I.EATHERMAN. Cl.rk, Circuit Court. Ita.de County, Florid i it" WM W BTOCKINO. trirruit Court Baal) Deputy • larg WIII.I^M H HAMIDTON Mtornev for Plaintiff I'll Si Miami. i', in nan. UNO'N FICTITIOUS NAME LAI* Is HEREBY OIVBN that iindersicned. desiring to .usage NOTICE N'I -TICB DATED 1954. will this taken r.th day of as confessed F'ebruary. E B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court B) M C C.REEN, (eal> Deiiutv < lei k SHELDON N LI'li'lUK, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 2/12-19-26 — 3T. ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name 0 THE OWEN CO.", at S2I N.E 1st Avenue. Miami. I" la intends to register ssld name with the Clerk of the r„, ui) Com t of Dade "ounty, Plor. Ida II \NK I OWEN, S lie Owner MYERS, HEIMAN .V KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant er.O Seyls.ld Hldg. t/K-lt-M NO BETTER VALUE IN NEW YORK! Ilorida. RAYMOND c ALBRIGHT, gols owner BERNARD R lAFrB tttorne) for Applicant n K---••' ,: ITS; W Flagler Street 2/19-26 3 •"'-'NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NANF LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that thundersigned, desiring lo engi der the fictitious nan,,. ,, II kMPRHIRE APARTSfENTS, ai I':i tii-::s |vntis\lvanla Avenue, miami Beach. 1 I rlda, Intend t" roffla< er said name wll'i the Clerk of tbOClr,,ut Court of Dade County, Florida. WOLFE MENDE1 ZY8 MIRIAM MENDEUTY8 WILLIAM I BRENNER Attorney f"i Parties 2/12-19-26 — 3/"> ^^^ SAVE TIME. SAVE MONEY. TaVa eajoy yowr toy is New Verli store when you top ot the friendly Preiidest Hotel. Only one Wotli frosi Tie Square ond Moditon Sqwore Oordes. 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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS S A R I I E ORIGINALS MR. and MRS. GEORGE B. FELLER Manufacturers of Exclusive Sportswear — Beachwear 2621 N.W. 2nd Avc, Miami 37, Florida Phone 2 2661 GREETINGS Phone 2-9457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TIRES 1504 N. Boyshore Drive _., f Miami, Florida THE BEGINNING OF BROTHERHOOD WEEK"OBSEMH GREETINGS Gulf Stream Quick Foods, Inc. QUICK FREEZING COLD STORAGE MIAMI KEY WEST 26 N.E. 27th St. Phones 82-2671 — 82-2672 TO ALL... GREETINGS tf ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY Phone: Miami 67-2551 Box 786, Coral Gables, Fla. GREETINGS III T MAINTENANCE. Incorporated SASH AND SCREEN SERVICE ALLEN L. PARRISH. Manager 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 3-5491 GREETINGS SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON, Inc. Builders Contractors y 44 N. W. 8th Avenue Phone 3-3067 McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. TROM FARM TO YOU 6851 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 84-4521 TO ALL GREETINGS The Reef Bait and Tackle Shop LIVE BAIT > 760 N.E. 79th Street "Where Fishermen Meet' BEER AND WINE FISHING TACKLE Phone 7-4373 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO.. Inc. 15400 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY North Miami Beach. Honda Phones 816-2341, 816-5761 In the year 1934. some 300 communities in the United States shook off the doldrums of the then current depression long enough to observe something called Brotherhood Day. The observance caused only a ripple of response in thej participating communities and it received virtually no national recognition But to a group of men and women banded together in an organization known as the National Conference of Christians and Jews. that day in April 1934 was excit. ing and inspirational. And in Denver. Colorado, a Catholic priest, Monsignor Ihibh MecManamin, was : seeing the fulfillment of an idea he had almost casually proposed to I the National Conference, two years previously. Those who worked to promote that first Brotherhood Day saw it | become %  full week's observance in 1940, and four years later, more than 2.(100 communities, among which for the first time every state was included, celebrated Brotherhood Week. Today, the annual observance has taken on all the character of an American institution with more than 10,000 communities participating. Since 1940. the Brotherhood Week dates have always been the full week that includeWashington's Birthday; this year. February 21st through 28th. Although Brotherhood Week is HOW 1 definite part of the American scene, it is a paradox that comparatively little is known about president of the organization since its founding. In addition to Mr. itsponsor, the National Confer\ Straus, the other current co-chairence of Christiana and Jew The National Conference of Christians and Jews with a professional staff of experts in the field of human relations is a nonprofit organization, entirely supported by voluntary contributions. As an organizal man is Mrs. Benson Ford. President Dwight D. Eisenhower is the honorary national chairman for Brotherhood Week. The founders adopted a program that has guided the organization intary contributions, throughout its history and is a jRart alion. it keeps well of its by-laws: "To promote ius in the background performing its j tice. amity, understanding and cotask of fighting prejudice and big-1 operation among Protestants. Cathotry through a vast network of olics and Jews, and to analyze, community organizations, religious moderate and finally eliminate ingroups, educational institutions, tergroup prejudices which disfig labor-management groups, and all ure and distort religious, business, forms of mass media of communi i social and political relations, with cation In each of these categories | a view to the establishment of a of American life, the National Con social order in which the religious ference enlists the active and volideals of brotherhood and justice untary support of lay leaders in shall become the standards of hu both its program and consultation man relationships." serviceAnd therein lies its | urhiu K *T..,;„_ ~ strength and effjXness as toLTtAKX 9 policies and the direct applications jCL,,. ,,"„'':. ? ..T? pplica.. of itwork are in the handof its lay leadership. Founding of the National Conference grew out of the pre.-iden inference through religious groups, it is not it.stlf a religious organization, rather, it is a group of religiously motivated men and women whose purpose it ito eradicate prejudices and big-1 Ual j;;.mpa.gn of 1928, which was | otry through educational programs' Last year, according to Dr. Clinch)-, the National Conference aranHughes, former Secretary of War. Newton I) Baker anil S. I'arkes Cadman, pa-t president nf the Federal Counci of 325, r *S l *T P** !" for n 700 Christ in America urcnes 0I schools and colleges; 8.500 church They were joined by Roger W Straus, elected first Jewish national co-chairman, a post he has held without interruption for 25 es and synagogues; 2,200 women's ( clubs. 1.650 service clubs; 120 youth groups: and 525 national community organizations. Its radio and television programs and spot cverett H CUnchy, announcements resulted in 350 million home impressions. In addition, it held 9,300 institutes, workshops and group leader conferences, and distributed 2,800.000 pieces of literature It maintains 62 regional offices spotted throughout the United States. The National Conference does not seek a merger of religious bodies, nor does it seek to weakei the loyalties or modify the distinctive beliefs of any creed It dow seek to demonstrate that all creed) can work together to achieve the goals of brotherhood, and that all men and women of whatever religion, race or national origin can work together and live together in mutual respect for the very differences that make them individuals, with each giving to the other the rights and dignities that one claims for himself. At present, the National Conference is engaged in a nationwide inventory of our moral and spiritual resources for brotherhood. It is expected that the results of thi* survey will be made into a report to be given to the President of the United States. It ialso expected that the report will form the basis for new and vigoroueffortin putting the Brotherhood tenets into action. In speaking of the moral and spiritual resources program. Dr Clinchy said. "We look forward with hope and confidence, but we cannot assume, in the face of the evidence around us, that the threat of dictatorship and all its evil implications is no longer with us Communism is an ever-present threat." La Vigne Electric 163 N. E. 24th Street-Phone 2-1759 GREETINGS MILONE PLASTERING COMPANY 7150 N. W. 3rd Aww PHONE 84-7041 GREETINGS Reg's Appliances "rev CM c SURl if ifl WlSTINGHOUSl" 12443 NX. 7th AVENUE PHONE 7-7767 TO ALL • GREETINGS G. C STEMBLER, INC ^pw ritjir INSURANCE BONDS 226 Shoreland BuiMinfl



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E BUNCHE VIEWS IMPORTANCE OF ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL SCHOOL PAiggtB By DR. RALPH J. BOMCMB In my view, it is no exaggeration I,, gay al history of no small importune, is being made here at this ground breaking ceremony for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University. For this leremony records another inspinr-L' chapter in the development ol American democracy. We may rellect. and most profoundly, on the -\mbolic significance —out only for our nation, but for ^ree" people. verywhere — of what is transpiring here. A gn t humanitarian prospect now takes root and will grow on this grt und, dedicated exclusively to the nice of man. This project is conct.ved, supported and controlled by free people in a free society It is a' voluntary effort, express ng, in the finest sense, rr.;in c< mpassion for man. K pn idly bears an illustrious name • the name of a man of outttandin) genius, a colossus among scientists, whose contribution to mankii knowledge and advancement is so vast as to defy contemporary appraisal. How fitting it is thai il new medical college, ex|.ii—II in full dimension the spirit of tt lerance and brotherhood, should lake its name from a man who h:-elf. to the undying shame ol our times, had been exposed to unspeal able bigotry. I think it particularly appropriate to emphasise that it is something :: i re than the ground breaking tor ureat medical college that we cell rate, though this is of tremendn importance in view of the critical shortage of physicians. We are witnessing practical application ol one of our noblest ideals — the equality of man. We n ay well ask, who could be better qualified than the Jewish peopli appreciate the true meaning ol %  quality and good will in human relations, since throughout \uia*N Yacht Basin 1884 N. W. North Rive Drive Phon 2-3067 INSURANCE FOR ALL COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS p hone 3-57M 34312 901 N.E. 2nd AVE. their history they have suffered so tragically — and with unparalleled fortitude — from bigotry and malice. Who." indeed, could be better qualified to teach well and sincerely the lessons of non-discrimination than those who have so often been discriminated against? I cannot help but reflect, as I contemplate the integrity which inspires the conception of the Albert Einstein Medical College, to what shame it must put those of our nation's institutions — and there are still far too many — which discriminate against men and women, both is their faculties and their student-bodies, solely because of race or religion. Nor can I help but recall, on this occasion, my first visit to Uadaxsah Hospital in Jerusalem in 1847 and my happiness on observing that even amidst the great .pension Jjien „pxe-4 vailing, that-Jewish sponsored and controlled Hospital ministered to the Arab sick on the same basis as to the Jewish sick. It is significant that this institution is under Jewish auspices. It is significant that it will constitute a vital contribution from the American Jewish community to medical science and to the health of the nation; this being, however, but one among countless and invaluable contributions of the Jewish people to the progress and development of our country. But I hope you will pardon me if I say quite frankly that to me the greatest significance of the Albert Einstein Medical College is to be found in the fact that in its very conception its operation is based squarely upon principles and poli-' cies fef non-discrimination. These are the only principles and policies worthy of an institution of learning in a free and democratic society. The students and faculty of this medical college will be subject to one qualification only —merit. There will be no religious or racial barriers, no invidious "quotas'*, overt or tacit. A man or a woman looking toward association with this institution will not have to ask himself or herself: will my religion keep me out; will the form of worship I embrace determine my prospects for being a doctor or a teacher of medicine: or, will my race exclude me; am I of the wrong color to cherish the ambition to minister to the needs of the ill? The only question to ask oneself when one seeks to enter the welcoming portals that will open here will be: have I the ability: can I deliver the intellectual goods? This is good. This is the way it must be in democracy, the finest design for dignified living among TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES GREETINGS FOR A BETTER BROTHERHOOD ROBERT H. GIVENS DuPONT BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA V I V Dr. talpk Bunche free and self-respecting men ever devised. But there is cause for concern also. For if there is reason for elation that an institution voluntarily undertakes to fulfill the real promise of our democracy, this in itself is a measure of how long still is our journey along the road to good human relations, how wide St^ .tbe.iJap between ideal and practice. What this institution is doing ought not be unusual anywhere in our society. It ought not even be news. It should be natural, casual and taken for granted. But there can be no doubt that in our country we are on the right road and are going in the right direction. We make progress in our human relations, and in recent years at a greatly accelerated rate. It is a splendid coincidence that this ground-breaking takes place' during United Nations week — at the very beginning of the ninth year of the historic United Nations effort to preserve peace, to conserve human resources, and to promote human freedom and well-being. What is being undertaken here is at once symbolic of and gives expression to fundamental ideals of the United Nations — the equality, dignity and well-being of men and women of every race, creed and station. In the ultimate sense, the spirit behind this medical college is the key to man's salvation — the application of the pristine spirit of good will and brotherhood to the relations among men. This good deed gives hope and encouragement to all who believe that there can be a far better world, that noble ideals can be converted into living reality. In the years to come, ,great men of science will work for the good of humanity in the classrqoms and laboratories to be erected here. 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It is a tragic whimsy of fate that this ship, which had won two battle stars in Korean action with a minimum of casualties, should now suffer disaster. The thing came suddenly.' Most of her personnel were aboard; and with them were civilan painters, metal workers and other craftsmen. A tremendous explosion shook the Lcyte and echoed among the lesser craft along the Navy docks. The I.eyte shivered and rolled as thouRh struck by a giant wave. Smoke seethed from below decks. A second explosion followed; and searing fire flamed from the hatches and ports. Eleven men. Stewart Osle Ward among them, were caught in the steward^ compartment on the third deck. One man clambered up a hatch into the fire and was dead. But let §tewari Ward tell it as reported in "Time". "Then we heard a cry from the hatchway, and we ran over there pulled down a burning officer He was burned beyond recognition. We put blankets ;iround him, and he said. "I am %  Catholic, Gel me a chaplain My blood is type A I told him that all of us were trapped down there, and there w;is nothing we could do. He then told us t<> use ihe Morse code and tap it out on the bulkhead." The burned officer, with no word of complaint or groan of pain, carefully taught the seamen how to signal SOS by tapping. "Then." continued Stewart Ward, "he said, 'I>et us pray'. "He led us in the Lord's Prayer." Rescue crews responded to the tapping of SOS; but it was too late for Lieut. Leonard M. DeRose. He was dead. He was a Catholic. With him as he died and among those who joined him in the Lord's Prayer were Protestants of various denominations. And there were Negro mess hands. Perhaps .lews. But. trapped in the smoke and the flames, they were all brothers. No one curled his lip and said. "He doesn't belong. He attends a different church. He utters strange prayers. He isn't one of us And so always is the unanimous testimony of those who have been under lire and near death — the Brotherhood of Man then becomes real and unquestioned. There are no chasms of disagreement then. Must man always stare into the L OBSERVANCE MUST BE PELT IF ITS IMPACT IS TO CONTINUE By OVETA CULP HOBBY Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare The one drawback to annual observances of any kind is that out of habitude, we tend to become phrasemakers who no longer listen to our own pat phrases. In all the editorials and speeches which will be made before this week is done, the word "brothe/hood" rolls off again and again un1 til it sounds easy. But brotherhood doesn't come in a package. It is not a commodity to be taken down from the shelf with one hand — it is an accomplishment of soul-searching, prayer and perseverance. Brotherhood takes self-aware practice. The rule of thumb is a simple one: Regard each man and women as an individual. Not as when they found a white man worthy, could take him into the tribe as a blood brother. The child, left free to appreciate kindness and generosity, sets no artificial boundaries on his love for people. Others — more highly educated, more aware of self — find the concept of brotherhood as an intellectual process. Unfortunate are those who, in their limitations, can never sense the brotherhood of man. Brotherhood realized is the ultimate objective of democracy — a free, just and harmonious civilization. The concept of God the Father makes all men brothers. If you accept that concept and reject any man. of whatever race or color, you betray the concept and belief. Brotherhood is a bond with God. It is a bond of concern, of love and a Catholic, a Protestant or a Jew. respect, and of righteousness. It Not as a Negro, Anglo-Saxon or is the bond of togetherness. Asiatic. 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PUDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1954 +JmlstirhrldUar7 IE OF DECISION IS HERE: WILL MEN SURVIVE? PAGE 11 B By CHRIS COMNINEL Teen Age Editor flew York World-Telegram and Sun He gets on your nerves occasionally. But, you like the guy. jli eyes may be blue and yours brown Hihair sandy and yours black. But, you're brothers and the physical differences don't count You ran get awfully mad at him lor things he does. But, never for what he is. This iall by way of saying that Brotherhood Week is coming up week of February 21st through 28th. sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. A week when all God's children leens and adults, are asked to take inventory. A good bit of backslapping, "you're my buddy" talk will go on during this week. Take part in it", lit you want. The movies, and [newspapers will be full of it. But. more important than that I— much more — is the fact that jyouris the age of decision. I've never met a teen who told dialect joke with real malice. Or, one who could say with smoulder|nj eyes thai he hated the boy he kits next to in class, because his (kin color is different. This isomething that comes nth age Somehow it's easier to klame your tr >ubles with your boss the IK! that you go to differnt churches. The racial and religious cliches |creamin^ how people of one nanality are always drunk, another figy. yel another easy-going or y, are all cliches that you learn. ou're not born with these ideas, hey are hammered into you by (tter, di-appointed adults. you've learned anything, you kow that there are drunks, misromantics and lazy people in ery race in every country in the rid — even in the same families. The teen years are years of otherhood. Make sure it stays kth you. Cities hke Mew York, where you a wonderful mix-matching of kples, arc the places to study nerhood, r"ou walk into a PAL center and Joe Black beating Sam White to ^ulp. Not, because he hates him. eyre boxing. Come in that same going and watch them guarding protecting each other on the ne team In a basketball game. hey're nol practising brotherpi. The)'re not tolerating each fr — I would hate to be tolerThey're just being human in. wouldn't be human if you n't gel mad sometimes. Don't sell -conscious if you get ma d IWeone of a different religion. or belief. As long as it isn't I religion, color or belief that 1 you mad. [slike with your brother. There are times when you'd like to part his hair in a different direction But he's your brother just the same. Remember this. In any hate campaign, those in the majority today, may be the minority tomorrow. If you've read Gulliver's Travels think of the way the Houyhnhnms,' plain ordinary horses, looked down on humans. Enjoy a good laugh and see the joke of intolerance. Only advice for the teens during Brotherhood Week is — Stay as, sweet as you are! STRENGTH LIES IN UNITY; CORDIAL RELATIONS MUST 8E CONTINUED By VIRGINIUS DABNEY Editor, Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch A united country is a strong country. Cordial relations between the various segments of our population tend to promote and reinforce national unity. No one would be happier than Soviet Russia if the Catholics, Protestants and Jews of the United States could be brought to hate and distrust one another. It is a foremost objective of the Communists to stir up antagonisms end sow seeds of discord among the major religious groups. Since Communists have no use for religion, they despise members of all religious faiths. Persons of a religious turn of mind are not likely to become robot-like and obedient "comrades," for Communism decries the dignity and worth of the individual, and the belief that every soul has a right to worship as he pleases Brotherhood Week, by contrast, is based on this concept. Members of the Protestant, Catholic and Jewish faiths who observe this week annually are determined that good will among the various faiths shall be promoted, and that those who seek to stir up strife among these groups shall be fought with every legitimate means. It is fortunate that our domestic agencies devoted to the promotion of strife and hatred seem to be either dead or on the way out. Such organizations as the Silver Shirts appear to have vanished entirely, and the Ku KIux Klan is almost on its last legs, with a number of its leaders and members in jail. By contrast, the National Conference of Christians and Jews with headquarters in New York and regional offices all over the United States, celebrated its 25th anniversary last year, and is becoming increasingly influential. Brotherhood Week should remind us of the essential objectives for which the Conference stands, and should cause us all to strive for a more complete realization of these objectives. 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PAGE 12 B vjml&ikftfatL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Ifl i 85 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Aaron Weingarten officiating. The Rabbi and the Cantor will present a cantata in celebration of Jewish Music Month during the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss: The Divine Presence. Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. A daily lecture series on Jewish laws and customs will be given by the Rabbi between 5:45 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. services. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at 5:45 and 6:15 p.m. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Florida Rabbinical Association, discussing: Unattainable Ideals. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Floral offerings will be by Mr. William Weiss and Mrs. Jay Weiss. Saturday morning services Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Phil Begun in honor of their wedding anniversary. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:50 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver the sermon on: Fashioning A Golden Image. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: Were You Born A Helpless Sinner. Saturday morning services are at 11 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of James Shapro. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Shapro, will take place. n • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold early Friday services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m., when Eabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate, assisted by the Center Choir. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Brotherhood And Tolerance Among All Peoples. The Oneg Shabbat follow ing will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs B. Supworth in honor of their following. Saturday mornin* %  &f iees are at 9 a.m., when Elliot Greenfield will become Bar Mitz vah. Daily services are at 9 a.m. are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitz-1 wedding anniversary. Saturday morning services are at 9 am. Junior services will be at 11 a.m.. when Rabbi Waxman will assist students of the Religious School. vah of Franklin Weiss will take place. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. tf 4 BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening ISRAELITE CENTER will hold services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday Friday evening services at 5:30 morning services are at 8:30 a.m., p.m.. with late services scheduled when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will for 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morton Malavofficiate and discuss: A Part Of A j sky will officiate and discuss: Our Whole. At 4:15 p.m.. the Rabbi will I Children. Cantor Samuel Salkow preach on the Weekly Portion, will render the musical portions of Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., fol-1 the liturgy. The service will be lowed by Shalos Seudos and dedicated to the Religious School. Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 i The Oneg Shabbat following will a.m., followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m.. followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. Gemorrah classes ara, scheduled for Tuesdays at 4:45 p.m. a a BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening servies at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and be sponsored by the PTA. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 1 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. # • FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8 15 p.m. honoring Youth Aliyah Sabbath. Kabhi Leon Kronish will officiate and preach on the sermon: The Land Of Promise And The Promised Land. Saturday morning services are at 10:46 a.m when Warren Marc, son of Mr. ami Mrs Jacoues Salomon. 6040 La Gorce Drive, will become Bar Mitz vah Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henrv Okolica officiating and discuss Ing: Brotherhood And Charity. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berman will he hosts at the Oneg Shabbat tul lowinu in honor of the Bar Mitz vah of their son. Neil Peter, scheduled during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Daily services are iit 6:30 p.m. ^ „ %  %  % %  ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Max M. Landman offi ciating, assisted by the mixed choir Subject of the Rabbi's ser mon will be: A Road And A Path. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Budd, in honor of their wedding anniver sary, and by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Borok. in honor of their daughter, Audrey's birthday. Early evening services will be held at 5:20 p m.. conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. Rabbi Landman's sermon will be: Human Values. Junior con gregation will hold services at 11 a.m., in the Maloff Room. Sunday services are held at 9 a.m. Daily services are at 7 a.m. TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 North Lejeune Road PHONE 64-9761 Miami FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL Security Abstract Co. 44 N. E. 1st Avn. preach on the topic: Establishing. p.m. Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Life On Gold Standards. Mincha is Mrs. Larry Travers. will become at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos! Bas Mitzvah. Rev. Leo Heim will Seudos. Rabbi Swirsky will discuss the Portion of the Zohar. Cantor Nathan Zeichner renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. A class in Talmud is plated for Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 4:30 p.m. a • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and disofficiate and chant the musical portions of the liturgy Mr. and Mrs. Travers will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rev. Heim will discuss: Idol Worship In The Twentieth Century. Kiddush will follow. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. in honor of Elliot Greenfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. TO ALL GREETINGS Sorrento llcKtaurant FINE ITALIAN FOODS PIRATES COVE We Cater To Parties 3060 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE 48-9263 cuss: The Legacy Of Our Fathers. | Geoge Greenfield, in honor of his Saturday morning services are at 9 I Bar Mitzvah. He will assist Rabbi a.m.. when the Rabbi will preach David Shapiro. Subject of the on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday i morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Cantor Abraham Seif will j officiate. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., fol-1 lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily serv %  ices are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and speak on the topic: Our Faith In Brotherhood. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi April will discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seidos. • • HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will officiate and discuss: Birth Of A Nation. George Washington's Birthday will be marked. Cantor Ben Grossberg will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Why I Believe In The Power Of \ Prayer. Cantor Joseph W. Malek j and the Temple Choir will chant ; the liturgy. Mr. and MrGreenfield will sponsor the Oneg Shabbal BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS It. H. Shaddick REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 2719 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 48-2591 CORAL GABLES No florid* home If compUt* without... AWNING SHUTTERS %  •r Free estimate PHONI 4 -1317 or 4-0075 •HA FINANCED &f 10.00


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ff in ^FgBgA"Y 19, 1954 J Center Plans living Book" Talks; ivis, Heschel, GoWin, Efros Participate .a.... <,t. will H* Qi/oiliiKIn nl U„ r* < -_^. AJBirtftpMMZ PAGE 13 B e ,ter Miami residents will be in four lecture available at the Center, 1701 Wash ington Avenue. Geortfe J. Talianoff, chairman of the Center's program committee and Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, chairman of the Living Book series will work with Rabbi Lchrman in arranging the discussions. OrganizIhe Living Book, are span, .etional representative* to the series committee are Mrs Joseph Berman, Judge Irving Cypen, Mrs. Benjamin Greene and Robert Stone, presidents of the Sisterhood Men's Club, PTA and Young Adult groups, respectively. The Monday evening series is open to the general public, Rabbi L* to participate in four lectureI .„,„., held of Jewish Hory.culture and religion v sched3 1 to te given •s during the sfrirs ill local lectures, eniing Book, are spanl )V (he Miami Beach Jewish liter in cooperation with trie" nsh Theological Seminary of erir ,, Rabhi Irving Lehrman, ritual leader ol the Center, who direct the series, announced here this week. here by eminent month of ,e program I |i r iloi'he av s r Abraham Lhua He-chel. I)r Judah (ioldinJ.Lehrman pointed out. lod Dr. Israel Klros will be the I t Yg Ti on March 1st, 8th, 15thT 122nd Dr Davis, provost of th e j .. (wish Theological Seminary ami fcistant professor of American [ iwidely known as i authority on Jewish life in this buntry. His talk on March 1st be i n The Shaping Of American Judl Dr Heschel, who will speak on Ihe Spirit 01 Judaism, on March |lh, is the author of Man Is Not [low, widelj acclaimed for its cretive approach to religious philosohv. Dr. Gold in has chosen Tradilon And The future as his topic. Id Dr. Efros will speak on The [ultural Heritage Of The Jew. This series i a long-awaited pportunity for our community," jabbi Lehrman said in announcing he series, "and we have priced the p-oup of four talks at a cost of ily three dollars." Tickets are Dr. Moshe Davis Dr. Judah Go/din Beth David PTA Beth David PTA will have a spaghetti dinner on Sunday, February 21st, at 5:30 p.m. In charge are Mrs. Jack Geyer, Mrs. Dolly Rosenberg and Mrs. Jerome Stein. Beach Center to May Host At United Synagogue Seminar Boards of eleven congregations in the Miami area of the Southeastern Region of the United Synagogue of America will participate in an all-day seminar at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday, March 7th, 10 a.m., according to Ben Zion Ginsburg. chairman of arrangements. Four sessions, dealing with the administration of congregations, are listed as follows: Your Board Meeting, Synagogue Administration And Financing, The School Board And Its Functions and Activating Your Membership. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will bring greetings at the opening session as spiritual leader of the host congregation. The luncheon session will be held at the Delano Hotel, when Dr. Emil Lehman, of New York City, assistant director of the United Synagogue of America, will speak on: Overall Planning For Your Congregation. TO ALL GREETINGS TV IS I S T. TIIIIT i raeli Problems Aired •tomoB B Kamaiko, veteran ZiN and journalist, will be guest pker at the meeting o fthefJewi-National Fund Council of South Pnda according to Rabbi Moses NMofi. ,,,,-Meut of theCounI me meet inito be held on Kjjttfcy. F-bruary 24th. 8 p.m.. I'heKm-eih I r;.cl auditorium. na'ko will speak on: Today's Ferns In [ srae | MIAMI BEACH %  ABSTRACT & pTLE COMPANY. Inc. £mpl.. Abstract end • Insurance Service TO ONLY ABSTRACT PUNT IN M^Ml BEACH 16 30 Lenox Avenue NDA MI BEACH l^t'loD^sriefapafciDE LEON BOKflMBDCO ; GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI :i ..'HI Hr HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman. Jr. 266 Almeria Avenue Phone 83-4607 %  i • •' .vv''''V#^rYir#WiiVi/'eV/i|v ALL. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Vtflte Neon Sl 8n Co. 404 S 'W. 3rd Ave. PH ONE 2-0152 ALUMINUM — WROUGHT IRON MADE AND INSTALLED BY • CARUSO IRON WORKS Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Rear of Aviation Building 3240 N. W. 27th A*e. Phone 64-6362 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343 It Is a pleasure to extend fa eff our Jewish friends and Patrons Sinter* Brotherhood Greetings 222 N.W. 26th STREET II -i. I. %  '%  : i tnP .1 I .;/ i ii H m 08:8 I JIB ; A. H..BECAE8 PHQNE 2,1*05 Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. 222 N. W. 26th Street Phone 2-3705 A. H. BECKER TO All BKOTHfKHOOD GREETINGS SWIFT & COMPANY "i M .\ 1 iMAi' Mletretthinglu uourtt SnHi's tee Cream PHONE 48-6555 II MIAMI 141 E. Flagler Mi. 2-8135 -'jM %  Compliments of ihe Season CORAL GABLES 256 Miracle Mile Ph. 4-4714 THE SHOES YOli-Vl KNOWN AND 10JID FOR YtUS %  TO ALL GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL. INC.. State Distributors GRAY MARINE MOTORS CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES GASOLINE and DIESEL 410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577 HITM rr.r* r e e f "9S TILECRAFT, INC. NATHAN S. LEE, President Jehu (H.ppy) Hopwo.d H. A. (Mac) Maclnnes Scett Southard Jock Bias! 153 N.E. 10th STREET Phone 2-6126 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS A I. PFLEITGER TAXIDERMIST 15899 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 816-5991 GIERSCH ENGINEERING CO. CONSULTING ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS 3104 CORAL WAY Telephone 83-7080 (iiniNcs AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY SANITARY aitd JANITOR SUPPLIES 277 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 9-1802 TITLE INSURANCE A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION as to the condition of title. Lanqford Building, Miami — 82-5618 ESCROWS — ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY — TOM BLAKE



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PAGE 14 B Tension of Nations, People is Same Writer Indicates Continued from Page 1 B bers can be used, with complete impunity, by another of the member states? Has it occured to no one in Washington, DC. that arms sent to Iraq can be lent without interest to Egypt or to Syria? Surely American newspapers carried the story a ew da >" s a *>o ol ,ne astounding statement made by Saudi Arabia's new King in which His Majesty declared that ten million Arabs would earn their way to Paradise by wiping out the Jewish State? The informed Israeli grinned a little wryly as he recollected this strangest of all compliments given to the Israeli Army — but his smile was not a happy one. "Wipe out" — surely someone in the State Department Middle Eastern section remembered that Saudi Arabia's strictly picturesque representatives graced the assemblies of the United Nations — and wasn't there a small matter of Saudi Arabians having been signatories to the Genocide Pact? "Wiping Out" had a strange and dreadful echo when heard by the in formed Israeli. What kind of echo did it have in Washington, he wondered. Was it possible, asked the Israeli, a little wistfully, that American policy makers thought perhaps arming the Arabs might scare the Soviet Union? Hadn't someone made notes on the military prowess and dependability of the Iraquis. Surely the British must have reminded the Americans of the abortive anti-British uprising in Iraq which was quelled by a few score RAF men with unsuspected ease. And certainly the world knew what a few score Israelis had done to the Iraqui troops? How* could anyone seriously and in earnest believe that Russia could be kept at bay by the Iraquis — or the Bedouin warriors of the late Ibn Saud? No, this couldn't be the reason — because even if all these facts were ignored, why had the State Department never even answered Israel's request for military aid 1 LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 3800 N. E. 1st Avenus Washington Federal To Feature Exhibit Program, Seminar Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, located at 1244 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, will have an "at home" to the public on Monday evening. 7 to 9 p.m.. on George Washington's birthday. February 22nd. featuring an architectural'display designed by Norman M. Giller, Miami Beach architect. The thematic pannel. entitled. Planning Your Home, will be on display daily. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and Monday evenings. 7 to 9. After one year of business operation, Washington Federal has in creased its floor space by fifty percent to accommodate the display area and provide facilities for serving coffee. Another feature of Washington Federal's expansion program is the addition of a fireproof and burglar-proof safe deposit vault which occupies approximately one-third of this area. Junior Hadassah to Hear Rabbi Skop Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold a regular meeting Tuesday night. February 23rd, 8:15 p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Ona Kaplan, program chairman, announced that Rabbi MornsA. Skop will speak on 3rotherhood. In charge of organizational information is Wilma Shulman. made two years ago. long before any other Middle Eastern country put in a bid for help? The informed Israeli laid down his paper and sighed. There must be some way. he thought, of putting two and two together and making sense. But until someone came along to explain, the peculiar feeling of apprehension would stay to worry may be to grow into unnecessary, never useful anger. And along Israel's borders, the Arab marauders grew bolder. Within their governments, it would appear, someone had already solved the riddle. GREETINGS Mrs. Cynamon is Hostess Naomi Chapter of Hadassah held a membership barbecue Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Nathan Cvnamon, 1880 SW 2nd Avenue. In charge of reservations was Mrs. Murray Levine. Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Beat In Material* and Workmanship 1234 N.E. let Avenue Phone 3-8997 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ASSOCIATES FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, i 95i To All My Frienda and Acquaintances Brotherhood Greetings Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Phone 9-5921 A. R. TILE, INC. Manufacturers of "CEMENT DECORATED FLOOR TILE2131 N.W. 8th Avenue Miami. Florid* GREETINGS THE PATIO SHOP YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOP, WE AIM TO PLEASE. 3640 Coral Way Phone 48-2920 REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Blvd. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-5224 BUILDING • IUMM LING Storm Proof Roofs, Building and Repairs, Asbestos Siding Wickersham Remodeling Company Phone 64 5010, Day or Night 5426 N.W. 21st COURT MIAMI, FLORIDA Monthly Payments Low as $10.00 Brotherhood Greetings E. B. Tait & Company 8017 N.E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI (OHM WAY CLEANERS Coral Gables Dry Cleaning Dress Suits, Rugs and Drapes. All Work On Premises Phone 4 1345 249 Coral Way TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS We Specialize In • Hotel Contracts Custom Finishing • Sand Blasting Tropical RefLnishing Dade Refinishers 5002 E. 10th LANE HIALEAH, FLORIDA Phone 88-6846 GREETINGSI Ferguson and MeCormiek Clinic 320 S.E. 1st Avenue For Better Health Visit the Miami Health InstituU General Diagnosis and X-Ray Physical Therapy Body Conditioning Colonic Irrigations Cabinets and Massage 7235 BUcsyne Bouleyard PHONE 7-7896 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL C. & H. HOME BUILDERS "BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES" 3531 S.W. 12th STRIST PHONE 48-5775 GREETINGS TO ALL Yilaro Painting Company Yeer Satisfaction Omr Fleeter* 527 S.W. th AVENUE MMNI 12-6151 LUMBER — PAINT — HARDWARE — MILLWORK GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALS •Try Us For Supsr SsrvW Peninsular Lumber Service, Ine. 2145 No. Miami Arena* Phone 82-1571 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 400 S.W. 22nd Arenue BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL MEL • JACK HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 2-5197 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL ... JACK JUSTICE THE SURFSIDE REALTOR •513 Harding Avenue PHONE 86-14*6 TO ALL GREETINGS 11. WoiMlsiiiall Ageuey, %  "<• Phone 82-7595 GENERAL INSURANCE 1114 Congress Bldg. TO ALL GREETINGS John If. 14Vif BUILDERS OF SMALL BOATS REPAIRS 4101 AURORA STREET Phone 48-4123 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Airway Bar and Restaurant on**.* PACKAGE GOODS AVAILABLE N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89 9227 Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer ol Corrugated Cartons and Cartons far Fruit Ce*&* 23 N. E. 74th Street P on 7-W BEST WISHES FROM DWYEITS METAL SHOP 1329 N.W. 74th Street W""* 78 4551 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY M DkanefrM* 1 SI N.E. 26th Street Phone



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1954 1 'JmistfhrUiari LEGAL NOTICB "NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IIORIDA IN AND FOR DADE fOUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1M035 f,L.->V IIOLLIND, Mnintiff. inTIM It IK 'I.I.INI %  Defendant. AR SUIT FOR DIVORCE T i, 'rthiir Itcilllncl ..... nl Dellvel V| ||| II. I M'.Pl'tl.l -„ I,,, hereb) notified that a Hill „, Coini.lalnl for Divmce has IM.-II filed .iK.im.-t >•". •""' y" '"•• '"I"' 1 ,.| V i i copy of your Amwi'i or In ihe Hill of Complaint on \Hoi-liny. WAl.TlCIt I-: ; ., civic Budding. 46 N.W. Mi, mi. Florid*, and file L | Answer or I'lcadinK in ,,( the Clerk of the Circuit i before the fourth day of o |;.-.| If you fall to do HO. Judgpi,.|ii !.. default will be taken ugafnsl ,,,., i relief demanded in the.Hill ,,. iinplaint. hall !"• published onfe ,,i, u.fk foi four ronserutlve weelcs In Till-: .ll-: lH F'lrfHUDlAX I„,M; \XD OKDF:KF:D at Wmi. I si day of February: All V "' K It LKATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Hade county, Florida Hy W.M. \V. STOCK IXC. >.al) Deputy Clerk ; LEGAL NOTICE PA£E 15 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUt .. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKIIY that HiIn the undaralgned, desiring to enu AKJwiTFI lrt r iA. W 0 1 !" '" AI.HKJM, al 4 1,] \ W :tfi!h Si I,„,I Miami S,,, ,„,.-, Kla, InUnd. to ter Bit Id %  i %  name win, u „. -,,., k ,,, ,, Circuit CMrtofDid. Counts, Florid" ACROI l-l. CORPORATION _. Sol.ll\l||,.|, HI, IIAHD & MI'ROFP nr Aujil Koa.r Attya. n:> Lincoln : lK-ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the iinilei.si B „..,i, desiring t„ engage In l.l M II IIOX, at 7t7 N K 2ml Ave Miami.Intend* to register wld name &'&E8£fiaX CMiC KKSSI.KK /:i:^s < %  '• a MUW AttorneyH for Applicant 17-:' W. Flaaler fit. 1/29 — 2/5-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF 1 T .H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADP rnu MTV IN II CHANCERY. No ,,..;„'!,".'!"' ;| l~" known ;,. HERBERT s HICKS and SAMUEL QABBLIVk, Plaintiff* l -. 166196 FLORA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16M6B I'M l.l. M: F'IDERER, Plaintiff, / |*AN'll-:i. F'IDERER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO MAMKI, HHKIIKR. .1 i na| Strei-i. N, Voi N V Voli Al:I: HEREBY NOTIFIED, •if Complaint for Divorce :.'.! auuinst you, and you lo nerve a copy of your An-. i-n ihe plaintiff* attorney. KM AM I I. SHONDER, 111 Lincoln I lleach, Florida, and file V newer In the office of the Circuit Court, on M •ii day of February, 195*, %  -( aaid Hill of "oini ,t %  taken as i nnfriaofl. Ml OKDERBD. ai Miami. I .MII da y of Januars. 19 -f II I.KA TIIKIfMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court. Hail. County, Florida II) V H Ma.LAREN, I lepilty Chi k 12-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fi\^. E „ N „ TH i!,D,C AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 16596* AITPRKY H. SHITTKItl.Y VH. NEVILLB 1-I ? |n4lff nl Hill bee IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA \ No. 29634-B I I i: OF V I I.II S I'OCLSON, Peceaaad NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE V. I-: In hereby trlven that I have .1 report and petition for Fm.,1 Inhai'ite as Administratrix of %  %  XKI.I.IK S H(iri..s-i ix. "I. ..ml that ,,n the Htb day o( -I. ill apply t,, th,. lion. i: \XK H how i.ixi;. County Hade County, Florida, for -i l.l f.llHl J'Uurt auditor. '" %  'I • -.AfcnWflWratffitfof •I NELLIE 8. I'ori.S.iX %  i This 19th day of January, |H| ALICE H THARP, ,.,...„ Administratrix MM US IIKIMAN ft KAPLAN f"'t" A'lmlnlatratrls %  12-11 IN You, SI .! NOTICE QY PUBLICATION ;J*H E CIR CUIT COURT OF THE l,OQ, E r, N TH JUD| CIAL CIRCUIT OF ?nu5 T D v A ,. ,N AND FOR DA DE M ,V, NTV N CHANCERY, No. 165779 MAIt> .All:... Plaintiff, VINCENT CAIRO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I.VENT CAIRO, 109-32 isr.th Park. Lone Ialand. New %  %  hereby notlfiod that a Hill •' onn ,,int for Divorce ha a I.-en •''•a ,11.1, IIM you. and yog are requlr11 "Ijy of your Anawer or ih. Hill of Complaint on !' %  '•' %  '%  % %  s Attorney. CLAUDE M. tN % %  l: Master Bl Miami, ..--"'' 'lie the oriirlnal Answer or "ffice of the Clerk of "" on ,,r before the 2nd -' lit. ", h l l9M >"" f:li l '" '!" Kalns ""' b> ''••'''>''< wl be taken for Ihe relief den,;,,,,led TV, plaint. ..,',, ;' "hail ,„. pui.u.hed once in Tin.'' ii .'.'1 .'."," r fonaecutlve we<-k 'II %  M WISH KI..,ltl|,|AX. I'RPERED al Miami, '"is .,ti, day of January, A D It BHUTTERLT NOTICE TO APPEAR To: Neville M.iiiujtcjU^.. c/o Oenenti Pellvery, South Port. North Carolina You anhereby notified that a of omplalajffor Divorce hae in-.-ii filed HKaiiiar %  for Executrix LOU her is,-.. KESHLER. wife ,,f IH KI.SM.IJt, if livlii K „,„| unknown liei ,i. ,...„ legatee* of granteea, if ,i,„,|, ,,,„, H JMraona claiming an) eaUte. m ,' ,.'"'' r ""'"^ I", Ol lien upon the real property herein I ''"'l !" an) part thereof, by through o, under Ki:ssi.i:i:. Wfi of l.oil.s KB88L.BR TI.E ST v ,-,;,„ JMRM? 1 he above named Defendant! and •m I"'--...,s claiming anj eaUte, r "Bnt, title ot mi,-r.-st In, ,„• || en upon the real property herein desclll.ed, ,„• ,,,, v ,,,,,, ,|„. r ,. of Defendanta, Qreetlnga: >on a,,, hereby notified that a proceeding to remove %  cloud on title haa been brought in the circuit court for DADE county, H„,I,|.,. againat the aoove na.n.d Defendanta, and all persong claiming any etale, right title or Intercut in. or lien upon, the folowipg described real property, iltuate m DADE county, rtorlda, to wit: i>.is ii, A laomaUmea described %  I l.ots12 and 13). 14, IS and 1.; •" cording to the ptaj thereof recorded in plat Hook 111 at page II being a rcsiibdlviHlon of Lots IX. is. 44 and 15. Block :: of first amended plat of wlntergardene, as recorded In I'lat H.„,|< ;,, p H g e a of tin Public Ite.-orda of Dade County, Pirn-Ida and you are hereby required to file lth the clerk of xaid court your written appearance in .said proceeding on „r before the 17th day of March, 1954 and thereafter to file with said clerk your written defenses, if any, to the hill of complaint at the times prescribed by law, therein setting up the estate, right, title or interest in, or Hen upon, the above described property claimed by you. Herein fall not, or Judgment will )„ %  entered against you by d.fauit WITNESS my hand and the sal of aid court al Miami. Dade Countv Fl.-rid. 1954. this Ith day of February, i: B LEATHERMAN, ci.i k of the above styled court By VH \V STOCKING, Deputy Clerk :• 12-13-20 — .; rr>-^yrr 9 %  •• 'JEjXSTEIX. I .. 1 kfcliwoMewcrf PI I* II i 'Circuit i n.Aihi: I;. R. I.EATHEHMAN, l.rk, circuit Court, County. Florida. 1 %  ; J B. Ma, I.A HEX. I) M Deputy Clerk Plaintiff NOT,C rOR 0 TA A X P D L E'E C f? T ON v., Pile 51429 '''..In,., i '.".'• %  '•> K'ven that Jules s 'l'i. ,''"''' 'tV "f Miami "'HI. I ; ,' >'""''ered T58, r .','•;, %  "'"" %  AD. 1951. has ," m-l. a, I,':," "I u <>•. "l-l •l> ballon for tax deed to N.nl ,-,,,. "' accordance with Jaw. ,,,, „,, '.e.nl.ra.-e, the follow. i ,.,' • • I %  t v. situated In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • NOTICE 18 HKIIKKT (JIVEK that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fk-titlous name of l-ASII-X-CI'RL CO., at Slti W. 42nd Stie.-t, Miami lieach, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. lll'Tll ROOERS 2/12-19-26— 3,:. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 164V277 T. C. FRELL, Plaintiff. vs. FLORENCE H. FRELL, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FLORENCE B. KKELL c/o Irving Elseiunan Esq. 11 W. Washlngt/in St. Chicago 2. Illinois YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit for divorce has been filed agaiiiHt you in the aln\e styled Court, and" you are boreb) i ,i -1,i-.-.l to file copy of your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce filed against you on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, msiiop AND CRIMI, 4:15 lllaleah DrlVB, lliaieah. Florida, and file the original said Answer In the office of the clerk of the above slylcd Court, on or before the 12th da) of March. l'.'.M, otherwise a Pro Confess,, will be entered against you. I Mteil al Miami. D.ole County. Florida, this sth da> of February, l.",4. E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida B) u M BT( 'CKIXH li.-|iun clerk I/1S-19-N IN ^HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. I8334 In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWJTZ S.lso known ai SOPHIE MEVERSON also known as SOPHIE MEVRISON, _,_.( Deceased. CITATION THE STATE OF I IX)RIDA: TO ABRAM MKYKitcuss. and to his wife, 111s cliiliireii and grandchildren, whose names and residence* are unknown; to JOSEPH I3EN8TEIN, residence is unknown: to the 1 grant" whose child,. hildren of Whose tinH nrt wIf;CELIE names ,0 th* '•" %  •e 1" Th. %  •"Ill t \ TT.-rlili.. to-wlt: "esi 15 f,.,.,. Block 'I'^l'ls Plat Hook II, f V„i J l,y of Miami. men He of Florida. 'i Ih, f -aid property un• issued was In the Mr, 1 n'-"s said Cer" '""• '.. ,,"' ."'"'••'med according '". •!,.. ,,., v ,""-.l will Issue the, eon %  \ 1, ,'; ; -f March; AD. 1! II 't day of February! flerk Jl ;. AT M KltMAN ,, K of circuit Court. "unty, Florida SIKItltETT, DC. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16tW25 II.SH ROQAL, Plaintiff, vs. NMAM'KI, RoiiAL, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To. EMAXIKI. It""! \L. 5S9 W IMnd St., New York 3.1. New York TOO ARE HEHEHV NOTIFIED that a bill of oomplalnt for divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to sci w a copy of your answer or pleading to said bill of complaint upon the plaintiff's attorney, SAMUEL VOflELBAL'M, 22H N.K. 2nd Aveiiu.. Miami IS, Horlda. and file the original answer or pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before the 22nd day of March, I'.iM If V",i fall to 0 so, Judgmenl by default IM '"• taken against you for the relief demanded In the bill of complaint DATED at Miami. I'l la, this ljth day of February. I!'.i4 K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court B] WM W STOCK IX.; Deputy Clerk 2/|-2i — 1/5-12-1* children of J*COM MfYERCOSR, Del • eased, whose names and residence* are unknown, to the widow of ELI METEROO88, Me, eased, and to the children and grandchildren of El.I M EVER, loss, 11, .cased, whose names and residences are unknown, and to a|l parties known and unknown, claiming by, through or under an) of the above parties, and to all persona whomsoever claiming any interest in and to the estate of the above named decedent, a* piuvided in Paragraph Ninth, (a), lb), fr) and (d), of her last Will and Testament, anil tn all ot the unknown he^rs, devisees and legatee* claiming, or entitled to claim, under said portions of; the East will and Testament of the above named decedent, and to nil otKetpersona concerned : YOU ARE TIER FRY NOTIFIED lhat an Order has been entered in the above estate, iiArt-eeinV'that the presumption of your death has been established and that iffni or an) person in your behalf, if you are alive, are 1 e.in,ie,i to pr o du ce within throe 11) months from Uiv dale of the first publication of this Citation, before this Court, or\ evidence of \oill continuance in life zou at,hereby further notified that an Order has been entered herein decreeing that under the provisions of Paragraph Xlnth, (a), |h>, << %  ). 1.I1. and |i I, of the List Will and Testament of the above ,1, ceil, ni. that ihe remainder Of this estate will lie distributed to charities to be selected b\ the Executor, as provided In said Will, and that If satisfactory evidence of your continuance in life is not produced within said three (3) months, an Order will be cut. i,,i herein finding and adjudicating the charities WOO are enreive such pi operty and t he shares and amounts which they respectively are entitled to receive. Should you fall herein. Decrees will be entered In due course. WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court, at Miami, Dade County, Florida? this 2.'.th day of January. lS.'.l. H W r HI.ANTON. County Judge GEORGE CIIERTKoF B4y7.ll olvmpia Uullding Miami, Florida Executor for above estate. 1/2* — 2/5-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE IN. -r22 T jL9i E TO CREDITORS £ TH E COUNTY JUDGES 1 COURT e-. fscfiK? FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3151* In Re: ESTATE op BAI I, JOSEPH I'EARLMAN, a/k/a HA I. .1 PEARLMAN a/k a s. JOSEPH PEARLMAN a/k/a S. J. PEAIU.MAN, M.!.. n> ki, m .... '-' iC .. Creditor* and AII Persons HavEMat • r B B,,ln 1 A x ;| in.-i s.,,,i „ Y" 1 1 '"' each of you. are hereby notified .,,,,1 re.|iilred to present any plm and demands which you, ol 1 MI.. 1 or you, nut) 1, iv* againat the esiat,,,f SAIL JOSEPH PEARLMA.N. etc deceased late of I lade ,""""Florida, to ,he HonorabU LOUnt) ,lu.Ik.-s of Hade County, and fibihe -ame in their Office* In the Lount) oui-thbua* in Dad* County. Hot 10.1 within eight calendar months fro,,, the date of the first publication here,>j Said claim* or Tlcnands to contain the legal addreu ,.f th* claimant and tO be sworn to and presented a* aforesaid, or same will b* barred Date Hebruarv 2. A.D. 19.14 IRENE PEARLMAN, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament .f SAIL JOSEPH PEARLMAN, *t, THBODORB J„ SAK. .WIT/-"'" Allot i.ei i„r Eie, utrlx -' '.-I2-1II-2R' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the un.iersiBned, .Tesirln.c to engage i„ "1n..under the fictitious name of FLO-BELLE APTS at MOl-9221 East Ba) Harbor DrT/e, Hay Harbor Island, Florida, Intend to register the said nan,.with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida WILLIAM POLLOCK l'2a_2/,-K.-/ !) :UMAN M VV i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in IIMS.II.. under the fictitious nam, of ADVERTISING: B E N C II E S COMPA ,Nl US S W. 2nd Avenue, Mianil, Florida. Intends t glstel namwith the Clerk of the Circuit ourt of Mad,. County, Florida ITS BENCHES, INC a Florida Corporation lole owner PALLOT, SILVER S Mll.l.oY \tt..i n,->s for iwner 7 '' '".-BJdg Miami, F'la. 2.12-I-.-2.J — .; ., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl ITICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th* underalgned, desiring to encage In on are W|u ed t,. eery* cops <> def* will be taken 'against \.. u t,., the re demanded In the Kill of Complaint. This not,,,, shall be published onea each -.-k for four consecutive ,.,t, in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this xih 4 Beybold Bldg., Miami, F'la., intends to legist,, said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SCHWARTZ 2 12-19-26 — /5 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166197 CLAIRE B CINUALB, Plaintiff, VS. WILLIAM B, ZINGALE. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE WILLIAM E ZINGALE, %  iiiknow n. but possibly ma) be al 2..| E. lUl Street Cleveland, Onto Yoa aihereb) notified that ..r Compbuni for Divorce has b. -. filed against > ou, and you are ad to *rve %  ops of gour Anawei p %  Pleading to the Hill of Complaint -m the plaintiff-. Attorneys, K ESSI.KI: I GARS, ITs.U.-st Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, and or Pleading In th.office otth.Clark of the Circuit Court on ,. before the 17th da) of Man h. If you fall to do so, judgment by .1-lault will I..tak. 11 agalnsl > he relief demanded In tinB i.: tlnl This notice shall be tublisl,,, I onge each week for four ions,.,.it \. v,. in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at \\ 1 01 da, this 3th dav of F". i A. D. IK4 E. P. LEATHERMAN, cb-rk. Circuit con • Dad.County, l-'loi.da I :N WM W HTOCKIN %  all 1 leput] Ctetk 2 12-19-21 — I S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .-image In business under the fictitious name of LI 'KV LEE RANCH, at 70*41 Bonita Drive, Miami lleach. intends to reftliter -ai I name with the Cb-rk of the Circuit Curt ,,f Dade County, Florida .LEONARD l.Ei: RATNER, Sole I l\vn,r SOMMER. F'RAXK .,u. and are required to serve a cop) ..f four Answer on the plaintiff** attorney, CHARLES .1 CdntslloX. ::il Lincoln Road, Miami Heach. Florid* file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before the .',! I, dav of March. II I, or Ihe allegations of said Rill Of Complaint will be taken as confessed. IM.XE AND 0P.DF:RF:D, at Mlam'. Florida,, this :trd <\*\ of February, i**4. I-:. B, LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By R. 11. RICE. JR.. (Seal) Deputy Clerk 2 -.-12-19-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engagi business under the fictitious name of AnSol Co., at P, O. Bog 171 Miami Beach, intends to ragiater s.,,,i With the Clerk of the I'll, ml Court it Dade County. Florida %  AI'L A II ACKMYMll. 8ole tium-r MKI.VIX n. FRCMKi:s ne] foi Applicant I Lincoln Road 2/5-12-19-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ,,f o. K ELECTRIC CO al 101* N.W. 37th Court, lliaieah. F'la.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALFRED It. OVERTHROW LAURENCE w KELLEY Sole >wnera HOMER L MARI.0W Attorney for Applicants lit l-uigf..id Hldg. 1/2* —2/5-12-19 INCOME TAX J. E. MARQUA PREPARED CORRECTLY FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART 7th AVE. PHONE 7.J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage In I under the fictitious name of \D BENCHES CO, at 118 S W 2nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to reglater said name with the Clerk of th.circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HIS RENCHBS, INC., a FTot Ida Corporation — sole owner PALLOT, SILVER *Mil.I., It Attorneys for Owner Tin Co„g..-. Hldg., Miami, Fla. 2/I2-19-2H ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisli Fhridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 ior messenger service 1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-434,41



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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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February 19, 1954

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and Th Jr?Y^*v^fiRY
/OLUME 28-Number 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[publisher Hears Their Economic Complaints:
Israelis Board El Al in Rome
I had a wr\ pleasant but hectic
Ithrrt' day* m New York prior to
|my departure in El Al for Israel.
Iwhin I pleasant," I include
Jthe weather because it was un-
lu-uallv warm much to the
I amazement i.l I he New Yorkers
I hut since 1 bad brought Miami
I weather with me, I took it for
I granted I spent part of the time
.doing a little la>t minute shopping,
I.ajing goodbye to Mime New York
Ifriends, visiting a number of the
I advertising agencies that favor The
IJewish Floridian with national ad-
(vertising schedules and talcing in a
Jew Broadway -hows.
I had occasion to speak with Rita
Grossman, who still hjlds down a
key post in the American Zionist
Emergency Council, and received
a few pointers for over there."
Rita is a former news editor of The
Jewish Floridian and is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man, of our city. Meyer Steinglass.
a vice president with the Israel
Bond office, told me much about
my forthcoming trip over a cup
of tea. Dr. Sidney Marks, execu-
tive director of the ZOA, told me
to make sure to take advantage of
the ZOA House in Tel Aviv, and
Rabbi Irving Miller, Zionist Organ-
[Jordan Reply on Parley
Bid Not Final Rejection
IMTED NATIONS (JTA)Jor-
dan has neither accepted nor re-
jected a second bid to meet with
Israel under the Jewish State's
invocation oi Article XII of the
armistice, Dai' Hammarskjold, Sec-
retary' Gener.il of the United Na-
tions, said this week. He told a
press conference that Jordan, in
its reply received here Monday,
had not taken a definite stand
either way but had raised the ques-
tion of why such a conference was
necessary and what could be ac-
complished in a meeting under
Article XII which could not be ac-
complished in a meeting of the Is-
rael-Jordan Mixed Armistice Com-
I mission.
Mr Hammarskjold said however
I that "once the initiative has been
taken by Israel for a conference
with Jordan, then it is harmful not
to follow this up It would reflect
unfavorably on the armistice agree-
ments if the conference were not
held."
The Secretary General pointed
out that he was under legal obliga-
tion to convoke an Israel-Jordan
meeting unless Israel withdrew its
request He noted that Jordan had
asked for substantive reasons for
holding the conference and said
the matter would have to be "fully
explored" before he could proceed
to convoke the meeting. Mr. Ham-
marskjold expressed himself in
favor of holding such a conference
since, he said, it could agree on
broad principles which could give
new impetus t0 the work of the
Mixed Armistice Commission.
Mr. Hammarskjold also ex-
pressed concern todav over the
situation resulting from the Soviet
ve'n in the Bnot Yaakov case. He
said UN trace chief Maj. Gen. Vagn
^ennike was engaged in exploring
HWf HmmmmrskjtU
. m definite stand
with Israel Government officials
the question of the Jordan Hydro-
electric project but emphasized
that these talks were "explora-
tory."
In a resume of the Israeli view
of the legal position, an Israeli
spokesman said this week that the
Mixed ArmiiHce Commission "is
not empowered to embark upon
the general review of the agree-
ment at a political level" as re-
quested by Israel.
"The Secretary General has set
in motion the procedures envision-
ed in Article XII. Israel has wel-
comed his initiative and his inten-
tion to give the conference the full
measure of his assistance," the
spokesman said- "Israel has also
informed Mr. Hammarskjold that
it would cooperate with his own
views on the time and place of the
conference and would keep the
discussion witMln the framework of
the Armistice Agreement."
i/ation of America president who
had been quite ill, said he would
like to join me.
Of course, it was out of the
question because he is scheduled
to meet with our CJA leaders for
a conference February 5th (this
letter was received from Jeru-
salem on February 16 then to deliver one of the major j
addresses at the opening of the [
division which I head, the General 1
Mobilization kickoff of the 1954'
Combined Jewish Appeal on Feb-
ruary 18th.
Tuesday. January 26th. I went
over to the Israel Consulate, an
impressive New York brownstone
building, for my visa and a group
meeting with officials of the Of-
fice of Information of Israel, the
Tourist Center of the State, El Al
executives and Reuven Dafni. vice
consul. We were briefed on our
journey, presented with traveling
bags and literature and then intro-
duced to I. D. Unna, another vice
consul of the Israel Consulate-Gen-
eral, who was to be our official
escort until we left.
Following the briefing, we were
Continued on 5 A
Mrs. Robert F. Wagner (second from left), wife of New York's
newly installed Mayor, shown as she extends official city
greeting-s to national leaders of the United Jewish Appeal
meeting to plan the formal launching of UJA's 1954 nationwide
drive at Miami Beach on February 19th through 21st Left to
right are Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the
UJA; Mrs. Wagner; Mrs. Hal Home, chairman of the Appeal's
National Women's Division; and Dr. Joseph J- Schwartz, UJA
executive vice chairman. More than 900 top men and women
contributors are expected to take part in launching the UJA's
16th annual campaign, whose goal this year is $119,921,150.
Egypt Within Right to Seize
Shipping at Suez, UN is Told
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Egypt late Wednesday insisted at
the United Nations Security Coun-
cil that il has the right to search
Israel-bound ships passing through
the Suez Canal and the Gulf of
Eilath, and charged the Israel com-
plaint against the Egyptian restric-
tions lacked "seriousness."
Major General Abdel Hamid
Ghaleb, member of the Egyptian
delegation, speaking for the Na-
guib Government, told the Security
Council that although Israel and
Egypt have signed an armistice
agreement, a state of war still ex-
ists between the two countries. "A
jtate of war gives belligerents cer-
tain rights," he said. "Foremost
among them is the uncontestable
right of visit and search of ships
in territorial waters, in ports, in
mid-ocean and in enemy waters,
with a view to confiscating what is
I legally considered war contra-
i band," he argued.
Emphasizing that he bases his
argument on "rules of internation-
al law," the Egyptian representa-
tive claimed that "nowhere in the
UN Charter could a provision be
found to modify these rules." He
Zionist Council Denounces
Demonstrations of Orthodoxy
NF-W YORK (JTA)-The Amer-
*,n Zloni^ Council, spokesman
r H Ziom,t parties in the United
*. and the Rabbinical Council
America, representinf MO Or-
**'Rabbis in this country, this
W^TT* as "irresponsible"
*ekbTf\ demnstration last
New v T I Israel Consulate in
J*sinr V SeVer"J tho"nd
o'Orthna against the drafting
In t', "J"".-""liUry duty.
"Wadrut ,h'V.""f.' 0rg,n o the
fnj-*Id r responsible Ameri-
can uL ?llgiou '* to con
le demonstration In New
York against the Israel national
service act. The paper said that the
demonstrators had brought harm
to religious Jewry in the United
State*.
The ZionM Council statement
charged that the demonstration
was "instigated by a tiny segment
of irresponsible individuals who
distort religious sentiment for
questionable political purposes
The Council also expressed the be-
lief that the great majority of
American Jews will continue to
sympathize with the "legitimate
and necessary steps" taken by the
Israel Government to safeguard na
tional security and the lives and
liberty of its people.
Gtturml NfJ
emphasized that Egypt will con-
tinue its practice of searching ships
bound for Israel through the Suez
Canal "until a state of peace is
established and as long as our very
existence is threatened by aggres-
sive and hostile Zionism."
Gen. Ghaleb insisted that the
Egyptian blockade against Israel
does not violate the Constantinople
Convention of 1888. He claimed
that this international pact which
safeguards the free use of the Suez
Canal in peace and war. without
distinction of flag, reserved to
Egypt "full defensive rights."
"With Zionist expansion growing
from a nightmare into an ugly
daylight fact, with the threats of
Israel to force her flagships
through the Suez Canal and Egyp-
tian territorial waters, could the
United Nations organ established
for the preservation of peace deny
Egypt her right to self-preserva-
tion?" the Egyptian representative
argued.
Egypt was well aware, he said,
of the Security Council's resolu-
tion of September 1. 1951. Egypt
was equally aware that the Council
in adopting that resolution, had
based itself "on considerations
other than the essentially legar as-
pects of the case." The aim of the
Council had been to take some po-
litical step toward the final settle-
ment of the Palestine question, but
experience had shown to what that
had led. It certainly had not failed
"to accelerate the tempo of Israeli
aggression and Zionist expansion."
Legislators Apprised of
Obstacles for Ike's Act
WASHINGTON (JTA)Congress
was told this week that because of
"many obstacles," it was impossi-
ble to foretell how many refugees
could be admitted into this country
under the Administration's pro-
gram to aid refugees-and meet the
European over-pepalation problem
This warning was contained in a
report by R. W. Scott McLeod. Ad-
ministrator of the Bureau of Se-
curity and Consular Affairs of the
State Department, who has respon-
sibility for the refugee program.
His report, dated January 30th. was
made public by the House Judi-
ciarv Committee.
The McLeod report gave no fig-
ures on the number of refugees ad-
mitted to date under the Refugee
Relief Act of 1963. which President
Eisenhower signed into law last
Aueust. A State Department
spokesman said the records have
not yet been pulled together by
any central agency.
McLeod cited as one of the major
"obstacles" to the' administration
of the Act. the refusal of .some gov-
ernments to accept one of its stip-
ulations, namely, that guarantees
be given that refugees will be ad-
mitted back in their countries of
origin if the US discovers that a
visa was obtained by fraud..
The report said that only Italy.
Grace and the Netherlands have
agreed to issue the required certi-
ficates. These countries will sup-
ply only a small portion of the 209.-
000 who are to be admitted under
the Act.
McLeod said that even if IS
citizens do sign the required assur-
ances that they will guarantee
housing employment and support
for the refugee, "it will not be
possible to say how many of such
aliens will be found qualified" un-
der the terms of the law.
He warned further that any in-
crease in US unemployment,
"slackening of draft calls or a re-
cession in commerce, industry or
agriculture" will make it "more
difficult" for refugees to be adh
' raitted.


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t-irMtiancrkfian
=iIAYy|BRUARYigi
Planning Conference in Washington
make the policy of self help the
keystone to its future .is an inde-
Delegates from the Greater Mi
ami area will attend a National
Planning Conference for Israel to
consider assistance to Israel's pro-
gram of economic development, j devoted friends of litad u c i <
The conference is scheduled for doubtful as to the potential of this
Washington y^ttie end of March,
it was announced here by Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Greater Miami chair-
man of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Glasser revealed that ses-
sions of the conference, which will
serve to launch Israel's second
Bond issue, known as the Develop-
ment Issue, will be held from Fri-
day, March 26th. through Sunday.
March 28th.
Jewish community leaders from
all parts of the United States will
attend the conference, which will
h airman
The Yasheva Torah Vodaath and
Maaifla testimonial dinner, sched-
uled for March 7th at the Victor
pendent and free"nation. When b-lrtotsl, will be co-chaired by Coun-
rael Bonds were first offered to the cilman Bernard A. Frank, of Miami
American public, many sincere and Beach, Samuel Reinhard. dinner
'chairman, revealed this week.
Councilman Frank, active in lo-
cal civic and n-li'jioil- OTgalliXB-
tions. is a national sponsor and a
trustee of the Yeahlva Torah Vo-
daath and Mesifta Theological Sem-
inary in Brooklyn. New York, with
an enrollment of over 1.500 pupils.
This year, the Torah Vodaath
affair will be tendered in honor of
David Levinson, of the Algiers Ho-
new type of financing.
"In its decision to float a second
Bond issue, the Government of Is-
rael expressed its conviction that
the lUCCeSS Ol the lir~t is-lie pi'"
vided a basis for making the sale
of securities i permanent and mi
portant channel of economic aid
Characterizing Israel Bonds as
"the most successful foreign secur- tel :I cUrec*or '.,f ,he Se:T.!n:,.r>!:_^""
itv to be floated in this country
since the end of World War II."
Mrs. Glasser emphasized the faith
which American purchasers of Is
rael Bonds have demonstrated in
chairing the dinner with Council
man Frank are Nathan Ginsburg.
hi the Strath Haven Hotel. Rabbi
Joseph Waldman, Victor Hotel, and
A. B Cohen, Mizrachi leader.
be devoted to the formulstion of tne economic future of lane
plans for the sale of the Develop-
ment Issue, starting soon after
April 1st. The new issue is in-
Mrs. Glasser reported that out-
standing American and I-racli
leaders will be among the speak
tended to raise S75.000.000 during ers a, tne forthcoming conference.
1954. and is part of a total issue of i
S350.000.000 to be sold during the
next few years to enable Israel to
achieve economic independence
through the expansion of its indus-
try, agriculture and commerce.
Discussing the purposes of the
conference. Mrs Glasser recalled
that Israel's first Bond Issue the
Independence Issue-has reached a Greater Miami a
total sale of S161.ooo.ooo to more
than 600.000 subscribers. The inde-
pendence Issue was floated May I
1951.
Tumi
Itoo.M'vHl I >!:'
To IlividV I .iihK
Roosevelt Lodge No. 77. Knights
of Pythias, have set Saturday,
March 6th. as the date for its an-
nual fund raising dance for the
benefit of needy children in the
Each year, three child welfare
i/aiinns which dn not partici-
pate in anj national camp.nun- are
chosen bj the lodge's committee
mi child welfare to be the rccipi-
Women's Club to
Celebrate Anniversary
The Women's Club of Workmen's
Circle Branch No. 692 will cele-
brate its 25th anniversary on Sun-
! day. February 21st, 6 p.m.. at the
Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue.
The organisation has supported
the Percti Schools. Jewish feder-
ation el Greater Miami. Workmen's
Circle Lyceum, orphans of Israel
and the Jewish Labor Committee.
The club is also active in num-
erous other civic, philanthropic
and cultural functions here
Israelite Center Slates Second
Religious School Dinner
Second annual dinner given by
the Religious School of the Israel-
ite Center will be held on Sunday,
February 28th. 7 p.m., at the Cen-
ter.
Program chairman is Irving
Sperling. Toastmastcr of the eve-
ning will be* Judge Norman R. Ly-
ons. Mianii Beach Mayor Harold
Shapiro Will be guest speaker.
Musical selections will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Harold Shapiro and
Miss Carol Abrams, accompanied
by Mrs. Philip Abrams.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Sam Sandier, chairman, Mrs.
Bernard Sirkus and Nat Tragin,
co-chairmen.
This year's event will mark the
Religious School's expansion to an
enrollment of some m ,,
according to Rabbi Morion u1
sky, spiritual leader *
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ael Schwartz to Speak on Hebrew Poets at Seminar
uoet and author Israel
Klwwrtz will deliver a series
K5Ture< on Modern Hebrew
l*i^ before Hebrew teach-
K Hebraists of Greater Mi-
res will be held on con-
nive Mondays, beginning Feb-
,22nd. 9 p.m
at Knesseth Is-
r*.regation. The series con-
stit Hies the annual seminar for He-
brew teachers sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
Hebrew Teachers' Association of
Greater Miami. David Freedman
will act as chairman.
Schwartz was born in Kovno,
Lithuania, and studied in the many
Yeshivos there. He came to Amer-
ica in 1006, and wrote much of his
poetry, for publication in Yiddish
periodicals. As a result of ten
years spent in Lexington, Ken-
tucky, he wrote his book of idylls
and poems, Kentucky.
His translations in Yiddish in-
clude Julius Ceasar and Hamlet by
Shakespeare, the Poetry of Spain,
an anthology of Hebrew poetry,
and the poetry and prose of Chaira
NucJiman Bialik. Schwartz was re-
cently feted at a special ceremony
honoring the publication of his
newest book. Early Years. Some of
his recent articles have appeared
in the Hebrew periodical, HaDoar.
Schwartz's letures will include
the following: February 22nd
Odessa, Fount Of Jewish Culture;
March 1st Zalman Shneur, His
Life And Writings; March 8th
Influence Of The Aliyot On He-
brew Literature; March 15thThe
Poets Of Contemporary Israel:
Lamdan, Shimoni, Shlansky; March
22ndProse Writers Of Israel:
Agnon, Brenner, Azaz; March 29th
Creative Jewish Literature In
America.
The first five lectures will be
held in Hebrew. The final lecture
will be in Yiddish and open to the
general public.
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I el I Itr Hi-oIImts
3rotherhood Week will be observed national-
ly from February 21st through 28th, and our
city enters heartily into the celebration.
No one can deny that Brotherhood Week
ccmes at a time this year when current events
seem to make a mockery of everything for
which the observance stands. Leaders of our
government are busily engaged in repudiating
their opposition colleagues, using arguments
that go beyond ordinary party politicking.
Internationally, we find ourselves at the tail-
end of a Big Four conference which started out
so hopefully in Berlin some ten days ago and
which is ready to disband ct any moment. Lit-
tle was accomplished there except, perhaps,
the development of more Moscow propaganda
designed to place the United S'ates into a
poorer light than ever.
Germany remains divided and promises to
become, as Sir Winston Churchill predicted at
the end of the war in a skeptical reply to the
Baruch Plan, the most important nation on the
European continent.
In the face of these events, Brotherhood Week
must have significance for us all. For the na-
tional celebration seeks to bypass the artificial
obstacle that has set man against man gov-
ernments and their "business" performed in the
name of diplomacy and to approach human-
kind directly with a message of fellowship and
understanding.
Only in such activity does it seem that any
decent prospect of survival can confront us.
Getting together is an old custom. It's natural
fcr us to want to hear what others have on
their minds. The greatness of our nation is in
the rich variety of its people; sometimes we
forget that our very differences have developed
the American genius.
During Brotherhood Week, we take time out
to reassert our belief in the values common to
all humankind. Puitinq aside the adverse ex-
perience now being suffered by the nations of
Ihe world, we approach our neighbors directly
and say: Let us be brothers.
Adcr 16. 5714
Number 8
IIVIEH OF THE 'NEW
FRIDAY. FEMWUdvj^
By SAM MILLER
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
AROI.SENThe German passion checks of the US Escaoee p
r kecnine systematic records has and with th .-..;' __ rgram
for keeping systematic records has
been the undoing of many a Nazi
criminal. Toward the end of the
war. it is true, orders went out to
destroy incriminating documents.
Everything had earlier been filed
away in triplicate or quintupNcate,
however, so that at least one car-
bon was apt to survive in some for-
gotten file cabinet.
Thus it happened that Allied in-
vest igators could lay hands on a
large number of concentration
camp documents. With commend-
able foresight, they were gathered
together at Arolsen, a township
near Kassel in Northern Hesse, by
the United Nations Relief and Re-
habilitation Agency (UNRRA).
From these beginnings grew the
International Tracing Service (IT
S), which has collected the vestiges
of the routine paperwork entailed
by German-style mass murder
nd with th. rtnB'r"32"
was countries. r ov*r"
To preserve this treasure trove
of records, which will ,hrow e
able light on the darkest chaPer
of recent history, for future sci
tific research. *len
To serve as an irrefutable me-
mento of a reality which too many
people and not in Germany aC
are inclined to forget or even .
deny altogether.
Stan As Calamity
Arolsen will carry on, but th.
outlook is not bright for its reten
tion under effective and reliable
international control. The operat
ing expenses of about $250000 j
year. 99 percent of a jn German
tome ten million documents, to- marks were hitherto charged to
occupation costs. This will no
I y > |i lla vs a Solo
Egypt has finally clarified the Suez Canal
controversy and the illegal seizure of interna-
tional shipping theie. Hauled before the United
Nations by an irate Israel. Major General Ab-
del Hamid Ghaleb, speaking for the Naguib
regime, this week told the Security Council that
a state of war exists between Ihe two disputing
countiies and that the Israel complaint can
not, therefore, be taken with any "seriousness."
Bother with twenty million index
cards derived therefrom. The docu-
ments range from concentration
camp lists of arrivals to transport
rosters and death registers. They
include exhaustive data on for-
eigners in wartime Germany, slave
laborers and free workers alike, as
well as voluminous residence and
emigration data pertaining to post-
war HP's The former Consulate of
Israel in Munich and the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee furnished
shipping lists with the names of
Jews who left Germany for Israel
during the mass aliyah of 1948-
1950.
Because authorities of the Soviet
blue-failed to "provide taforrqslion.
Arolsen can jffed little fight owthe
data of those who perished in the
extermination camps of Eastern
Europe Nonetheless, more than
seven million names have been
compiled into a grisly master in-
dex which, for all its business-like
coldness, mirrors the martyrology
Of Hitlers victims with special
poignancy.
A New American FriViid
We have remarked on many past occasions
in these columns about the resurgence of Nazi
sentiment in the young West German Republic
We have more than once called to task our
own government for failing to put the brakes
on this development when responsible US lead-
ership seemed to us to be in a position to ex-
press its dissatisfaction to Bonn in the matter.
Some time ago, we came to the sad realiza-
tion that if we were to editorialize on the gen-
eral Neo-Nazi trend, confining ourselves to its
major manifestations only, we would be in-
capable of commenting upon any other signifi-
cant situation in the news national, interna-
tional or local.
This, perhaps, gives some indication of the
rapidity with which former Third Reich per-
sonalities, many of them condemned to death
and imprisonment, are now reassuminq posi-
tions of importance in the West German and
L.V' ? Ge1nejra>Had, spedfcing further been uprooted and scattered over
lor tgypt. remarked that his govetnment was the face of the world In a heart
within its powers to search ships "with a view j hjjfkingly large number of cases
to confiscate what is legally considered war however, hopes had to be dashed
contraband." for the return of the
This is the firs: time that one of the Arab
nations has seen fit openly to call the League's
economic boycott against the Jewish State an
outright war. Heretofore, Moslem spokesmen
were careful to avoid such terms. Some ten
days ago. General Naguib clearly indicated in
an overseas wire report to the American press
that he would never be the instigator of a new
conflict with Israel.
Thus, one of the p;llars of the Arab League
now openly challenges the Un.ted Nations as
a mediator In international d.spute, uses the
fuX y7CUnCi.' fr S,a^e on which to play
further Zionist hate scenes and repudiates its
responsibility ,0 act in accordance wh the
principles of the Suez Canal charter
Hop. Skip and Protocol
The notorious forgery, Protocols Of Zion
crops up all over the world, and it seems to
..-..- "i in me west German and ,7 T.u H J er me world- a"d U seems to us
Austrian governments. Having evaded justice. ,hal ,hf dim-witted persons who faTfcl J!
,I aieJPr!^ref IO Starl where ,he7 le*< off PunciP^s mast be regarded with somethinn
at the end of World War II. more than a vague sense of humor 9
In fact, there is really little reason for us to J2? *& Was Pblhed in the Mexican
take the occasion again to comment on the l**ll < ^ 'W mon,h8 a9 and created
.----------- """"l" >"Ul ill U113
case we are dealing with one of Hitler's aces
a man convicted as a war criminal by a British
court for acts which included slaughter of many
hundreds of Jews in the Ardeatine Cave mas-
sacres in Rome.
33a5M"SSs
"es ln nome. ^TT p,es ot ,ne forgery from ni^M
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was repoLdMonZ6?1 ^V *~*
there is orintinJ.uLf"^ A local newspaper
r-------------------- ~ 111 mo LULKD11
of an American jet fighter last week and beam-
ed while an American flying officer explained
to him its controls, instrument panel and other
technical equipment. Kesselring had been in-
more comment. It needs only to be brought to
light. It seems to us that editorializing in this
case had best be highly personal and above
all silent.
More and more, we feel thr. j
everything else is needed! v Um n above
-and that the abil" to ^T^ UrS,
proves that we have acquired tL u-means '"* %'isa PPnts. an activity
understand. Mau Mau. indeed ^ ^ ,0!*h'ch "' special significance
e relative or
friend caught in a Nazi net. To
handle the requests for death cer-
tificates which poured in, a special
State Registry Office was set up.
It has had to issue more than 147,-
500 such legal confirmations of
death,
German indemnification laws en-
title certain former concentration
camp inmates to some compensa-
tion, provided they can substanti-
ate the length of their illegal im-
prisonment. Inevitably they turn to
Arolsen. So do German govern-
mental agencies and courts. Since
a Germany wide indemnification
law was put on the books only last
fall, this flow of inquiries will no
doubt swell far beyond the 45.500
requests received in 1953.
The documentation assembled
in Arolsen. and desribed on 1,470
pages in a four-volume "Catalogue
of Concentration Camp Records,"
is by far the most comprehensive
collection anywhere. Its unim-
peachable authenticity no less than
its general accessibility is vouch
safed by the present supra national
sponsorship. Since the disbanding
of UNRRA's successor IRO in 951,
the ITS has functioned as an
agency of the throe-power Allied
"igb Commission in Germany.
Muat Ba Presarved
All parties concerned agree that
the ITS must be maintained as a
permanent information center, for
the following reasons:
To do what can still be done in
tracing Nazi victims and in veri
lying the death of those who suc-
cumbed.
To supply evidence for indemni-
fication and restitution claims, per
haps at a later date in East Ger-
many as well.
To aid US authorities in screen-
longer be possible once the occu-
pation regime is terminated.
Chapter 7 of the Contractual
Conventions signed almost two
years ago, but not yet ratified
therefore obligates the German
Federal Republic to "assure the
continuance of the operation pres-
ently carried out by the ITS That
stipulation is unobjectionable, but
a Draft Agreement, which has
since been formulated, provides
that Arolsen will in practice be run
by the German Government.
Such a prospect cannot be view-
ed with equanimity. The large ma-
jority of the German people have
repressed the recollection of the
unpalatable facts symbolized by
these acres of shelves with con-
centration camp record- and con-
sider it an affront to be reminded
How safe, in the long run. would
this combustible evidence be?
What is more, the principal use
to which the Arolsen Archives will
be put in the next few years is the
corroboration of indemnification
claims against the German Treas-
ury. Even a Finance Minister less
hostile to the very concept of in
demnification than the present
Bonn incumbent would be reluc-
tant to appropriate adequate funds
for the purpose of enabling Jews
from Eastern Europe to raid the
German treasury."
Israel No Member
Direct responsibility for the op-
eration of Arolsen would normally
fall within the jurisdiction of the
Federal Refugee Ministry, whose
head is Dr. Theodore Olxrlaender
This prospective overseer of the
Arolsen concentration camp rec-
ords rushed to join the Nazi Party
in 1933, rose to a captaincy in the
hoodlum ranks of the brownshirted
Storm Troops and. according to
most reports, served as an SS offi-
cer during the war. Thank- to his
Nazi fervor, he was given a full
professorship, in a pet Nazi sub-
ject, at the ripe age of 28. The
Nazi Institute for East Kuropean
Questions became his domain
shortly thereafter. In 1939. he was
called to the top leadership, car-
rying with it the imposing title of
Reichsfuehrer. of the League for a
German Eastern Europe.
To have the Arolsen archives of
Jewish martyrdom fall into the
hands of a German with this fright
ening super-Nazi record would be
intolerable even if he had led an
r the
erved
has
intolerable even u u -
exemplary political life after the
collapse of the regime he s

I- connection with the' security STSX
so well. Political zoology -
shown, however, that it ii re ,or
adult leopards of his type to turn
into albinos. Within the past year
Dr. Oberlaender indulged in in-
flammatory and unwarranted i
tation against Foehrenwald. tne
last Jewjsh DP camp in OeWW
and demanded in a radio spe*'
inn
and demanded in
that the Sudeten Ger
be solved "along the lines of tm
"unich Agreement." .
Of the concentration camp w
mates whose names survive inth
files of Arolsen. most were Je^
Yet no representative of Israel,
of any Jewish nongovernment
organization, participated in i
"otiations about the future ft


FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 19. 19S4
^Jmlstth^ktann
Continued from Page 1 A
MMrted from the consulate by Mr.
Sbolsk) i" the Histadrut House
^veral blocks away, where a re-
tention ;>s given in honor of the
wblishers of the English-Jewish
Ls< Many dignitaries were pres-
ent and the, room, was, of ,fpi|iu
Zinatod by labor .Jeader* ^nxl
numerou- lay and professional por-
Lialitlcs of Histadrut. One of
ihem wa- Ihe 79 year-old Benjamin
cjfciossberg. active in the organ-
ization since its inception some 30
n r- a| and prior to that in the
Socialist Party dating back to the
toys of Eugene Debs. While not
enjoying identical philosophies,
one could not help but admire the
picturesque, small gentleman with
an abundant crop of uncut hair.
Flitting around was Isaac Ham-
|in. executive director, who saw
, jt tri.it everyone met and con-
versed Key figures in the group
are two Israelis now in America.
One is attempting to foster chalu-
zlUi Tli.....her, Ifoaha Bitan, de-
.;. time to liaison with non-
jewish labor eroilps on behalf of
the orj ;| :n(l the State of
Well. \\>dn< -l.iy. ms departure
tjme dreu i r we were advised
5 and placed on a
is until Jater that eve-
\ time, we were told
. a m the following
ither difficulties sub-
(I our leaving un-
til 4 p.m. I'iiring the intervening
time we were breakfasted, wined
and dined and treated royally in
the custodj "I Kl Al hostesses of
course and returned to the air-
port for Ihe realization of that Bon
Voyage 1 had heard so much about
the preceding days.
Aboard an Kl Al plane seeing
the uniformed attendants with
their Mogcn Dovid insignias prom-
inently displayed and feeling the
same sort of excitement around
their office at the airport as one
would find at any other American
line was enough compensation
lor me after years of editorializing
about the Jewish State.
Weather conditions plagued us
all the way, causing delays, lay-
overs and changes of route; while
seemingly aggravating. I must ad-
mit they were most informative
and entertaining and provided op-
portunities that would not other-
wise he available to us. We had,
fur example, a stopover in Goose
Bay. Labrador, for refueling and
spent a shirt time there in 18-de-
gree below zero temperature
really a new low for me who be-
comes nervous at the prospect of
in occasional 65 back in Miami.
The people there said that it was
arm. It was also quite an experi-
ROUTE TO ISRAEL
ence to spend time just a few hun-
dred air miles from the Arctic Cir-
cle and near to where our govern-
ment is establishing a tremendous
chain of air bases for our protec-
tion. We crossed the Atlantic in
nine and a quarter hours during a
rea^y sinaptb,4ih> interspersed b&
kQfther rn*ak,v4he,.plan*,and llic
usu n) *h,o d, <;pnve ration,, anvtfig ,the
publLsh'-rs
Paris fog delayed the plane in
London, where we experienced 33-
degree temperature, sufficiently
for a trip to Windsor Castle, tea
in an historic spot on the Thames,
some shopping and an over-
night stay. Then we had a change
of route to Brussels. Belgium
25-degree temperature where
once again El Al hosted us to food,
a night in (he Grand Hotel quite
a comparison for our Miami Beach
hotels arid thence on our way to
Zurich. Switzerland.
We dined there in what is said
to be the largest and finest airport
terminal the world over. Pictur-
esque mountains and scenery were
amply covered by snow held hard
with th? help of just below freez-
ing winds. Dinner followed at
Rome, Italy, that evening, and wo
prepared ourselves for the final
PAGE 5 A
Miller Will Address
Beach Lodge Luncheon
Alexander F. Miller, director of
the Southern Office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith,
with headquarters at Atlanta,
Georgia, will be gueiit speaker at
the weekly luncheon of Miami
Be^gk Lodge, B'nai B'rftn, ^fireM
for Tuesday, February 23rd, 12:15
p m.. at th- National Hotel.
MfTTer will speak on: Human Re-
lations Trends In The South.
Miller is the author of a num-
ber of articles and pamphlets on
inter group relations. He pioneered
I in the development of educational
programming for advancing demo- i
cratic understanding.
Prior to assuming his present
post in Atlanta. Miller was direc-
tor of the ADL office here.
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complaints we hear all about us
back in the States: jobs with lim-
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i food bills consuming a meager in-
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+Jm!&nor!9rL
HUDAY, FEBRIUpv^
ADL Elects Leaders
At Sunday Meeting
George J. Talianoff. Miami
Beach attorney, was elected chair-
man of the Greater Miami Board,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. at an ADL Board luncheon
meeting held Sunday in the Roney
Plaza Hotel.
Talianoff succeeds as Board
chairman Leonard L, Abess, who
was elected honorary chairman.
Abess had served as local ADL
Board chairman from 1949 through
1953.
Elected as Board vice chairmen
were Samuel A. Goldstein and Paul
Seiderman. Samuel W. Shapiro
was elected treasurer.
Benjamin Meyers was named 1"
serve as chairman of the Greater
Miami ADL Executive Committee.
To serve with Meyers on the
Executive Committee arc: three
year termBurnett Roth. Sam
Goldstein and Paul Seiderman; two
year termSamuel \V. Shapiro.
Mrs. Peter Glazer. E. Albert Pallot
and Sanford Swerdlin: and one
year termMilton A. Friedman, A
J. Kaplan. Jerome H. Weinkle and
Bernard Rodils.
The ADL Board serves as the ad
Award is presented to Leonard L. Abess (center) by George
Talianoff as Henry Schultz looks on.
Mrs. Roosevelt Arrives in Miami;
Area Chairman Report Progress
B'nai B'rith
Women's Council
Sponsors Lunch
A "first" in the B'nai B'rith his-
tory of South Florida will take
place on Tuesday afternoon. Febru-
ary 23rd. at 12:30 p.m., when the
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
South Florida sponsors its first
joint donor luncheon.
Miami, Coral Gables. Eleanor i --*-*"* -............... >
Roosevelt and Tropical Chapter- of '" government, religion, education
ning. According to unofficial reports.
Alter all. our nation, like Is- nearly one-half of the campaign
rael. was built bj immigrants, peo
Sisterhood Council
Sets Pre-Purim
The Council of Jewish Sister-
hood-, the Greater Miami Chapter
of the Women's Branch of the Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, will hold a pre-
1'urim program and seminar for its
affiliated Sisterhoods on Wednes-
day r'rbruary 24th. 1 p.m.. at tho
David Whitman Hall of Congrega-
tion Both Jacob,
Purim and Jewish survival will
be the topic discussed in a sym-
posium by Rabbi Moses MescJiel-
off. of Congregation Beth Jacob,
Habbi Simon April, of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation,
and Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
of Congregation Beth El. Cantor
Aaron Weingarten will present a
musical program and will leacTIn
community singing.
Mrs. April is president of the
chapter* and will be m charge. Mrs.
Swirsky will offer the invocation,
and Mrs. Mescheloff will introduce
the program.
A Purim Parody, a humorous
sketch, will be presented by Mrs.
Abraham Seif, Mrs. Harry Shopiro,
Mrs Jacob Katz and Mrs. Ixtuis
Makovsky. Mrs. Mescheloff will be
narrator.
Traditional Purim refreshments
will be served. The Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Jacob will act
..- hostess organization. The public
is invited.
Glamorous TV and movit
tar, Arlene Francis is showi
with Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, Qk
Women's Division co-cha* |
man, at a recent tea at horns
of Mrs. Robert Gould. Tin'
actress shared the program
with national UJA leaden
Mrsi S. Alexander Brailovi
and Mrs. Hal Home.
pie who came to this country to
escape oppression, to find new
ways of life. It took people with
a spirit of adventure, skills, inven-
tiveness and courage We see the
same forces operating in Israel."
Mrs Roosevelt stated earlier on
her arrival here in preview re-
marks to the rally
The General Mobilization Divi
sion. with a quota of S99 106 is
directed by chairman Fred K.
Shochet.
Outstanding community leaders
B'nai B'rith Women will partici
pate in the luncheon which will be
held at the I)i Lido Hotel Miss
Edyth Fleischer is overall chair-
man of the event.
Miss Fleischer will give the wel-
coming address, with Mr- Sol
Goldstrom giving the invocation
Mrs Ida Optner, vice president ol
B'nai B'rith Women's District No
5. will bring greetings, Mrs. Ber-
nard Hoffman, president of Coun-
cil, will also address the group
and community welfare stood ready
to greet Mrs Roosevelt and Rabbi
goal ol SI.491.806 has been reached I
with marked increases shown over'
last year in the huge Business and
Professional Division and the I
Women's Division. Oother divi
sions reporting progress were Ho- '
tels. Winter Residents, Apartments !
and Youth
Sam Heiman, general chairman
of Trades, submitted the report for
his division, and the Mesdames
Jack A Ablin and Irving I.ehrman
reported $100,000 had been achiev-
ed by the Women's Division.
Both Mrs Roosevelt and Rabbi
Miller described the optimism and
great courage of the new settlers
in Israel and urged the American
Adams to Speak
Marvin Adams, chairman of the
Florida Turnpike Authority, will
be principal speaker at the month-
ly membership breakfast of the Mi-
ami Beach Chamber of Commerce
on Thursday morning. February
18th, 8:15 a.m., at the Delano Ho-
tel.
Simonhoff to Speak
Harry Simonhofi. Miami attot.
ney, world traveler and author, *i|
be guest speaker at the lunchem
meeting of the Miami Beach Until
Zionist District on Wednesday,!
February 24th, 12 noon, in the
Ritz Plaza Hotel, according to a
announcement this week by Pki
Salmon, chairman.
it ----- i.-mi-i aim uiKi'ii mi American
living Miller, president of the Zi-iC(immunitv to continue to support
onist Organization of America, who I ,hc principal democratic country
snared program honors with the
former first lady.
Mrs I!'.....\elt also drew niton
tion to other similarities between
the country and the new democ-
racy in the Middle Bast,
"Israel is built on law, on re-
spect for law, on respect for the
in the Middle East.
Mi- Roosevelt declared. "I am
sure that as time goes on, we are
going to find that this young na-
tion is building within itself the
Strengths and ideals that we of the
free world recognize as a neces-
sitv lor the future of the free
(--. -- .... --...... ...* SHtlHC Wl IIIV HIT
human being and on a desire for 1 world. I am sure that Israel will
be (Mutually of great help to its
area ol the world which needs
assistance very badly. I think the
------ e------r- *-, miu "ii i UC9UC UM
Mrs rena Katz. past president of a democratic way ol life. We also
Council, will give the benediction, believe in government by law. in
Prizes will be awarded to the respect for the human being, in a
woman in each chapter who has democratic way ol life."
raised the most money. A B'nai p-Pi UeinVto rmiH,n. ,t ,u
of the 1954 drive as it related to
things that come out of Israel in
the future will be of benefit to the
world of peace that all of us are
=,* -~ -> HSs^yyswy-jat
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North Dade; Nelson S.1 tinue their functions.
To Conclude Film Series
Miss Margaret Gilkey, guidance
supervisor of the Dade County1
Board of Public Instruction, and
Dr. Alvin Winder, chief psycholo-.
gist of the Mental Hygiene Clinic ;______
at the Veterans Hospital, will be
the discussents at a film forum of
the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom
on Wednesday evening, February
24th, in the Temple's Banquet
Hall, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
PTA President.
The film entitled. Age Of Tur-
moil, is the last in a series of four
films which the PTA has been spon-
soring on the subject of adoles-
cence, under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Sydney J.
Creenberg, educational director of
Beth Sholom, has been moderator
of the series. .
We wish to thank all or mmMwt friend, ,neir h.arthlt ,
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cation Bureau Si Panel for Station WIOD
. hroadcast on Jewish Isaac Berkson, Professors of
broadcast on
u being sponsored by
of Jewish Education
,Bion WIOD on Saturday.
20th. from
10 to 10:30
present a
on: Does
broadcast will
table discussion
Education Today Meet The
, Of The Jewish Child?
lists on the transcribed pro-
ruiclude the following Jewish
Dr. Leo Honor and Dr.
. Edu-
cation at Dropsie College; Rabbi
Joseph H. Lookstein, Professor of
Education at Yeshiva University;
and Rabbi Edward E. Klein, Pro-
fessor of Education at Hebrew Un-
ion College.
Mrs. Hodes is Hostess
To Women's Council
Mrs. Barney Hodes, ship-a-box
chairman of the Miami Beach Di-
vision, National Council of Jewish
Women, has announced that a card
party will be held at her home,
9501 La Gorce Drive, on February
26th, 1:30 p.m.
The price of admission for Coun-
cil members will be a new toy,
crayons, coloring books, or other
work and play materials These
will be sent in the ship-a-box pack-
ages to the Ministry of Education
in Israel, and will be used by chil-
dren in the Council-sponsored
classes there.
Music Period to Mark Bath
Jewish History In Music is the
title of a new cantata prepared by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Can-
tor Aaron Weingarten for presen-
tation in observance of Jewish Mu-
sic Month. The cantata will high-
light the Friday night Sabbath
Hour of Congregation Beth Jacob,
311 Washington Avenue, at 830
p.m.
Israel's history as expressed in
its music will be described in terms
of jibe melodies of each historic
Jacob Friday Might Ham
period. Songs of the Torah and
the prayer book, the home and
the synagogue will be presented,
as well as the melodies of old Pal-
estine and the new State of Israel.
Cantor Weingarten is a native of
Israel and fought as an officer in
the army during its War of Inde-
pendence. He was known as the
"sweet singer of Israel" on radio
programs and concert perform-
ances there, before coming to the
United States.
They build for freedom...
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A dream like our own American dream inspires these men and
women: freedom, opportunity for work and betterment, peace.
As Americans did, they fought for and won independence.
Like Americans they know that "democracy" and "freedom"
are just words unless you keep doing something about them.
With your help through the United Jewish Appeal -
in less than six years of statehood
They opened their gates to 723,000 refugees, reclaimed
600,000 wasteland acres, doubled agricultural output,
put up 136,000 housing units, built 325 new settlements.
Israel's people have forged halfway to their goal of a
self-sufficient, modern-minded state.
But today, their great democratic achievements are threatened.
They are menaced by trade barriers, boycott, the blockade
of shipping, political harassment and the unceasing
activity of border marauders.
The right of Israel's men and women to build a land
with a free press, just courts, free education, opportunity
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reach their goal of a permanently rooted democracy
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Grandmother Attends Rhoria Kovacs
Down Bridle Aisle; Weds Walter Lebowitz
The former Rhoda Elinor Kovacs
became the bride of Walter Ber-
nard Lebowitz in a noon ceremony
at the Delano Hotel's Blue Room
on Sunday. February 14th. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Aar-
on Weingarten officiated.
Newlywed Mrs. lebowitz is the
daughter of Mrs. Shirley Kovacs.
1245 Pennsylvania Avenue. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
George Lebowitz, of 74 Washing
ton Avenue.
Walking Mown the aisle with the
bride was her grandmother. Mrs.
Theresa Stone. She was also at-
tended by her sister. Mrs. Barbara
Siegelman, who acted as matron
of honor. Miss Kstelle Merlin WU
bridesmaid along with Miss Gladys
Gewertz. Junior bridesmaid was
the groom's sister Hiss Helena
Lebowitz.
Attending the groom were Don
aid Kovacs. the bride's brother.
acting as best num. and Mortj lion
nett, George Saundera, Morns Co-
hen and Jordan Siegelman, the
groom's brother-in-law, ushering
Out-of-town guests at the cere-
mony included Mr and Mrs, Jor-
dan Siegelman, Newark, New Jer-
sey; Mr, ;ind Mrs B. Roth. New
York City; Mr and Mrs. Al Spiro.
Mi
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ffiiSL^ugYiysi
Ka-
Miss Joyce Zimmerman
XimmcTiiuins Tell of
Jovce Sari's Troth
lr. and Mrs. Maurice Zimmer-
2.")2o Pine Tne Drive, Miami
b ach, announce the engagemenl ,v and Mr and Mra |;,.
, their daughter Joyce San, to l>r Soutn FalIsberg New york
. rvin Lee Weil. ., .,
I he bride graduated from Miami
. High School and the Man
. r Dental Assistants
Mr Li bow it/ also graduated
I and
il his l..u an i busines de-
- rees al the l'i ersity ol Miami.
While al the I' of M he was a
f Joyce SheJby Sussman's Troth to Bert
Goldberg Told; Couple Met at U of M
Mrs. Waller B. lekowi'fj
Miss Steckloff to
iss Flora Kaplan and Mrs Jack \\*,..i |j,,.w.li i n.,,,,,,,,,
,,r Wed Bcacn Attorney
engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sussman,
1530 West Avenue, Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Joyce Shelby, to Bert
Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Goldberg, New York Cfty and
Miami Beach. The couple met
while attending the University of
, Miami. <
Miss Sussman was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and the University of Miami, with
a Bachelor of Arts degree in
-perch and drama.
She was president for two years
of Delta Phi Epsilon. social soror-
ity, member of the Panhellenic As-
sociation, senior class senator and
sorority editor of the Ibis year-
book.
. Miss Sussman now is Southern
Regional president of Delta Phi
Kpsilon.
Mr. Goldberg served two years
in the United States Army as a
public relations writer and assist-
ant sports editor for an Army
newspaper. He was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and the University of Miami, with
a Bachelor of Arts degree in jour-
nalism.
He was editor of the UM Hur-
ricane, school newspaper, secretary
of public relations for the Uift
dent Association, presidL i S"l
<- Delta Chi, national^ N
al journalistic fraternityT2j
of Lead and Ink. rM ,*""
honorary group, Wr/prJ^sr
Omicron Delta KaPpa^lL
leadership fraterm, vjce """'I
dent of Phi Epsilon Pi Sjr.es|-
ternity. and member of iro?AL
highest men's honorary at the tv
verslt* of Miami. lhe Lni"
Mr. Goldberg now U lhe T
hefty director fo, ,,. r^,/*
Alai Fronton and is a member*
the Greater Miami ProfewosJ
Chapter of Sigma Delia chl
No date has been set for ih,
wedding.
h-- Zimmerman is a
i the l niversity ol Miami and is
i rvice director ol the
J irida R< gional ofl
i famation Leagui ol B nai B'rith
of Di Mrs
i ph v> eil, Gaines\ i li I lorida,
i :
1 I ni
\ sit} Sen o| ol Mi li<
al Duke Hos
I Durham na, he
\ irus ttsial Di
the An:... Medical Cen-
I and then
litional training at
I
- attending pediatri
i cinnati G<
j '! and v.. conni eti d with Hie
n Hospital Re-
Dr, Weil i- ;, Diplomate ol the
A lerican Board ol Pediatrics a
mi mber oi the American Academy
i : Pediatrics and i- ., Fellow in
i American Association lor the
'i sen i ce. Among
honorarj societies are Sigma
Xi. Plu Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma,
P.- i Kappa Plu and Pi Lambda Phi
ial fraternity,
He is currently engaged in the
tice "i medi i i specializing
i. liseases of infants and children.
A May wed ling I- being planned
Mi-- I.eah Steckloff is
to Miami Peach attorney Jack S.
I.icbnuinn The couple's engage-
ment is being announced by the
bride-elect's parents, Mr and Mrs
Michael Steckloff, of 227 East DI
Lido l>ri\e. Miami Beach
Mi Steckloff i- a graduate ol
& ii i il and attende I Bar-
School m New York. She was
senior lau school senator, a mem tudent at the I niversitj of
in r of i n the Board Miami.
Mi' I i< n i- the -on of Mr
I ''inarm. Tampa.
!! mi- ol Florida Mill
tar) A i ihe University of
i of M, where he
receivi d In- law degree
oi iln i Mason
and worked In- waj through school
1 d
A ded the cere
le R 'om. and a din-
n< r for g n -- followed tin- ex
e ol vow -
Zinnamons to Mark
Golden Anniversary
. he Board, officers and Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom will
i der a cocktail party on Febru-
ary 21st. from 3 to 5 p.m.. in honor Mri- A,b"' Gno'
Oi the 50th wedding anniversary \ i ... .
Oi Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinna.! -A 11 Cl I t*V .llllR' \\C(IS
He i- a member ol Nu Beta Epsi
Ion, national legal fraternity, Kap-
p i Kappa P- national music fra-
ternity, Order of Hillsborougu
i Ij e Tamp i Consistrj and i ;
I le of the Shrine.
The groom-elecl also served
with USAF special services during
World War II.
' n, 4326 Sheridan Avenue. Miami
B ach. The party will be held in
the patio of the Temple.
In the Spring of 1942. Mr and
Zinnam n were part of a
small group that organized Beth
Sholom. having moved here from
Washington, D.C. Since then, the
Zinnamons have been active mem-
bers of the Temple, Mr. Zinnamon
serving on the Board, as treasurer
and chairman of the House Com-
mittee, while Mrs. Zinnamon serv-
ed as a member of the Sisterhood
B< ard.
Both are still on the Boards they
h. ped to organize. In honor of
their 50th wedding anniversary,
Mr and Mrs. Zinnamon have de-
si: nated the Bridal Room of the
new Temple which Beth Sholom
ha- begun to build as their gift to
the Congregation.
The Zinnamons have five chil-
dren, all living in Washington. DC,
twelve grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
Albert Gnat Here
Mr, and Mr- Louis Essner, of
Tooray.afjrrofi
Mim Joyce Sussman
*liss lean Steckloff
2801 SW 15th Street, announce the Nashville Girl to
marriage oi their daughter, Audrey w in
June, to Albert Gnat in the (oral U (-'(| '<>ll;|!(| .\II)(.T
Gables Jewish Center on Sundaj
Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiated.
The groom is the -on ol Mrs
Samuel Plash. Spring Vallei New
York.
The bridal gown was composed
of chantilly lace and tulle. A lace
bodice had a deep V neck and long
sleeves. Panels of bee over tulle
swept into a chapel train on her
skirt. She carried a white orchid
with slreamers of feather carna-
tions on a white Bible.
Mrs. Martin Aronow was matron
of honor. Sister of the bride. Miss
Nancy Essner. was juhior brides
maid. The bridegroom chose Leon
Gnat as best man.
A reception at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center followed the cere-
mony.
The newlywed couple will be at
home at 1042 N\V 2nd Street after
February 21st.
Freeman, Sandier
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. M Kleiman. 4561
Po-t Avenue, announced the be-
trothal of iheir daughter. Roberta
Freeman, to Jack Sandier at a
party in their home on Saturday
evening
Miss Freeman attended Miami
Beach High School and the Univer-
sity of Miami, where she was secre-
tary and treasurer of Phi Sigma
Sigma Sorority The bride-elect is
now affiliated with the Miami
Beach Community Center nursery
schools
Mr Sandler's parents are Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Sandier, of 1368
SW 7th Street He attended Atlan-
tic ( ny High School and graduated
from the University of Miami. He
is now studying for a Master's de-
cree m Psychology at the fj of M.
The couple plan an early fall
wedding on Miami Beach.
the
The engagemenl of their daugh-
< .Joan G.U. I((in;i|(1 (
m ii s"," lMr and *" **
L ) f\, "* North Ml<-h.uan
'Au"lu'- Miami Beach, wa an
Saturday bj Mr and Mrs. Al Feld
'man. of Nashville. Tenm-sM,
high school department of
U. ark (ollege. .New Orleans
TlutMiV2L2 mi'n,b,'r "' Sigma i
I .iA.nh"T,y and^Plainof'
"ma Alpha Sigma
She attended Indiana Universitv
nd the University of Miami >
s,h R1radmu.a"' "f Miami Beach High
a.ed from the University of &,
While attending the I'm k
Joined Zeta Beta 8TauFrai,v
B"adeWaShneleC,C Btade. honorary military fra,er
Mitt Carolyn Rubin
Carolyn Rubin
(Chooses September
A September date will be til
wedding day of Mi ..inlyn Rukf |
and George Wexler
Mr. and Mr-. Al Rubin, 850!
idian Ave.. Miami Beach, annou
their daughter- engagement
Wexler is the son ol Mr and Mr
Samuel Wexler, Brooklwi. NY
The bride elect and her p&Mfflj
moved to Miami Peach from BrnoiM
lyn four years ago Mr Wexler
now a student at Chicago Cnlleftl
of Optometry He will graduate
June.
Miss .rf. freemmm
Levensons Mark
Fifth Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs Laurence S Leve*
son celebrated their fifth wcddinf
anniversary this week with a din-' |
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Guests included Mr and Mr-
Sam Levenson. parent- ol Mr. Lev-
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Ben Silverman. Mr- Stuarl GordU
Mrs. Fanny Selig, Mrs Rods*
Stern. Mr. and Mr- Julius Jacob-
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Mr. and Mrs Ben Greenberg, W
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{y FEBRUARy W, 9M
+Jmistincrk**n
,ERSONALLY
PEAKING
-r and Mr- E. David Rosen, of
JrS\V "'h Slreet' anDOUnc* th*
. nf their son. Lawrence Na-
1 Jack-n Memorial Hospital
^|,ruar> l>t. Mrs. Rosen is the
er Mnrial Cerstein, of Miami.
it
to
[rhe birth of their son, Jeffrey
on February 1st is an-
| by tho Gerald L. Gleasons,
ttrfnton. New Jersey. Mr and
G]e:,.,;i ..re former Miami
indents.
and Mi-v Jack D. Gordon, of
I Palm A\enue, Palm Island, an-
c (he birth of their son on
jv February 15th, at Jackson
toorial Ho-pital. Mr. Gordon is
csidont "i i he Washington Fed-
al Savin-- and Loan. His wife
the former Barbara Yaffey, of
|iami Beach.
-to
Mr. ami \ii Albert E. Ossip, of
Ji'ami Beach announce the birth
(l their daughter, Gayle Esta, on
lantury 14th
ft
Mrs. Miriam Press, of 911 3rd
Street. Miami Beach, is entertain-
ng her sister in law, Mrs. Gussie
Lang, of New York City. Mrs. Lang
fxpKti to be here for about three
.ek.-
Mn. Martin Roth
i'
fm
m
Martin Hoths Will
Reside in Miami
Miss Maxine l.iebernun became
he bride of Martin Roth in a dou-
ble ring ceremony Sunday per-
formed by Rabbi Morris Skop at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
The bride is the daughter <>i Mr.
and Mrs. John K Wagner. 2M3
SW 34th Court. Mr Roth's parents
are Mrs. Lillian Roth, Flushing,
New York, and Morris Roth, Miami
Beach.
Ivory satin with Empire collar,
long sleeves and cathedral train
fashioned the bridal gown. Her
veil fell from a crown of white se-
quins and seed pearls White or-
Miss Denburg'8
Troth Revealed
The betrothal of Miss Rachel
Denburg to Sidney Levine was an
nounced on Sunday, December
14th.
The brideelect
is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Denburg.
1411 Stillwat e r
Drive. Miami
Beah.
Mr. L e vine's
parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Robert
J. Levine, 500 -
15th Street. Miss
Denburg gradu- M. ,, .
ated from Miami "'" Dtm'""'
Beah High School and now attends
the University of Miami, majoring
4 in journalism.
Mrr Levine is a Miami Beach
High School graduate and also at-l
tends the U of M, where he is a
member of Phi Sigma Delta, phi
Eta Sigma. Delta Theta Mu and Psi
Chi, freshman honorary for men.
national liberal arts scholastic hon-
orary and national psychology hon-
orary, respectively.
Mr. Levine also is an Air Force
veteran. He and his fiancee have
lset no date for their wedding.
Reception will. Honor
Franklin Weiss
Franklin E. Weiss will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
February 20th, at Beth David Syn-!
agogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate.
Franklin is the son of Mrs. Jay T.
Weiss, Miami, and William Weiss,
Miami Beach.
He attends Shcnandoah Junior
High School, where he is in the
seventh grade, and is also a student
at Be'.h David Rc!i;iouK School.
A receotion in,Franklin's honor
will be held at'the home of his
mother on Sunday evening. Among
out-of-town guests will be his
grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Pollack
Trenton, New Jersey.
Also expected to attend are Mrs.
Max G. Pollack, Jack Pollack, Hen-
ry Pollack and Isidor Pollack, all
of Trenton: Mrs. David Horn, St.
I-ouis, Missouri; and David Gerson,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Garden Party Ends
Weiss Festivities
A garden party on Sunday cli-
maxed a week of festivities for the
Weiss family who were enjoying a
family reunion with their mother.
, Mrs. 2(086 Weiss. 610 SW 18th Ave-
I nue. Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
George Goodfriend, New York
City. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Siegel, of
Greensboro, North Carolina. Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney Weiss. Durham.
North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Al
Wise, Miami, and Mr. and Mrs.
Gab-
chids adorned the bridal Bible.
Mrs. Marvin Berdit, of Jackson-
ville, was matron of honor. Brides-
matrons included Mrs. Arthur
Roth, Miami, and Mrs. Sydney Le-
vine, New York. A cousin of the
bride, Laurie Sue Bowman, of | sherburt S Weiss, of Cora
YooJnrs, New York, was flower | |es.
girl in I frock of yellow and white a series of parties held in their
organdy. She carried a miniature ( honor were given at the home of
version of the attendants'bouquets I Mr, and Mrs, sherburt S. Weiss
which were hearts of deep red car- anfj Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wise, A
nations. ] luncheon for the ladies was given
Mrs. Berdit chose pink tulle. The ( by Mrs. Wise at Burdine's Tearoom,
followed by a dinner party given
Miss Sorboro Trovers
rbam Traveps to
i5c Bus Mitzvah
Barbara ( ravers, daughter of
lr. and Mr- i arry Travers, 5321
SW -4tli Strei Miami, will Ix-come
Mi-' i on Friday evening,
I1 8:18 p.m., at the
I1 ''- er-G Jewish Commu-
|n.i\ Cen
Barbara I, Kinloch Park
Junicr II.j School, where she is
membei m the band, 4-H Club
Bnd assistant librarian.
s! i- student at Flagler-
l|Granada mrlay and Hebrew
h"< \ (ireater Miami resident
l> since Si tember, Barbara was
l*.ill able i i n eet the requirements
Ij-ji'l succes,lully passed the Bas
Nitz\_h examination given by the
Bureau ol Jewish Education.
Shew,;; -..., Rev. Leo Heim at
li* Ben-ice- nnd also address the
|*'>ngrn ,
iaarwml Mr>- Harry Stein- Mr-
Julius Schnciderman,
l^ou-ms. ol l'hiladelphiaMiss Mar
J Wei-man, of Mattapan, Mas
JCh,'i-;"- and Mr, and Mrs. Wil-
bridesmatrons were a'tired in tur-
quoise gowns. Best man was Arthur
Roth, Acting as ushers were Aram
Goshgarlan, Herbert Heiken. Her-
berl Klewn. Eli Petrak and Monte
Rassncr. Richard Tedlow was page
boy.
Mr. Roth is a University of Mi-
ami Law School graduate and is a\
member ol the Florida Bar. His
bride attended the Universities of
Miami and Florida and is employed
by the Norman Babel Company.
A reception followed th? cere-
mony at the Colony Restaurant.
The'newlyweds will reside in Mi
ami after a New York honeymoon.
I in retell
Warren Salomon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacques Salomon,
6040 LaGorce Drive, Miami
Beech, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning.
February 20th, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. War-
ren is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus School and
attends Beth Sholem Reli-
gious School.
FrtMk.'in E. Weiss
by Mr. and Mrs. Wise who were]
celebrating their 23rd wedding an-.
niversary at Betty's Restaurant. -----------
The North Carolina members of |
the family are returning home, and j StolOW, I I'OSl
Kartteil
Mr. and Mrs. Wise and the George
Goodfriends are continuing their
vacation in the Virgin Islands.
I Taunton, Massa- chestra has been scheduled by So-
among out-of-town
"am Edelston .,
Ichl|-"ts. tt.u bei
I Wesu
, Parent, ,,, ,ho Bas Mitzvah will
th. "''' ri>ception following
"e service.
Schaehter Concert
At Beach on 28th
Jacob Schaehter. Miami Jewish
radio broadcaster, will present an
annual concert on Sunday, Febru-
ary 28th, at the Miami Beach High
School.
A complete two-hour show,
which will include sketches of
some of the great hits in Jewish
theatre, as well as personalities of
radio, television and recording.
Sweetheart to be
Chosen at Dance
Young Adult Group of the Mi- ^
ami Beach jewish Center will hold .wi ^e presented
its second annual Sweetheart srhachter is dii
Swing on Sunday, February 2st,
at 9 p.m.. in the Social Hall of the
Center, it was announced by Bob
Stone, president.
Highlight of the event will be
the choosing of a "Sweetheart"
from members of young women's
organizations in the Greater Miami
area. Organizations to be repre-'
sented are Miami Unit of Junior I
Hadassah and the Sharet. Star and I
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapters of I
B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Dancing to the music of an or-j
Schaehter is director of the Jew-
ish Variety Hour here heard over
station WMBM.
Shower Held for
Miss Rosen Here
A bridal shower was tendered
Miss Barbara Rosen on Sunday at
the home of Mrs Philip Coe. 1845
SW 24th Street Miss Rosen will be
married on June 20th to Mrs. Hen-
is Aiman.
Tie ihower included a buffet
, rve I to -erne 100 guests
ut the Coe home.
Mr. Avman. a formerly I'ni'cr-
lity of Miami student, now attends
m hern College of Optometry
at Memphis. Tennessee, He recent-
ly made the Dean's List there for
Ugh -eholaiship. Mr. Arman is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Coe.
Choose June 10th
Marcia Stolow and Marvin Pros!
met three weeks ago through a
mutual friend. Their engagement
was announced this week by the
bride-elect's parents, and the cou-
ple plan to marry on June 19th.
Miss Stolow is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stolow, 321 9th
Avenue. Mr. Prost's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prost.. 23691
SW 17th Terrace.
Both the bride-elect and her fi-
ance attended schools in Miami. I
Miss Stolow is doing secretarial
work, and Mr Prost has just been
discharged from the Army, where
he served in Germany.
Cantata to be Heard
Hebrew Academy Chorus will
present a musical cantata. Et Liv-
not. on Simon Seiden's radio pro
gram. Jewish Forum of the Air,
Sunday morning. February 21st,
10:30 a.m., over station WM1E.
cial Committee members Ruthe
Dixon, Arlene Weisblatt, Phyllis
Goldstein. Lucille Graboyes and
Elaine Schwartzman.
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We who represent the major J>w$J organizafion in Greater Miami,
hereby "proclaim our dedication to and responsibility for flio 1954
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL which supports 54 essential woUaro, cultural,
defense and educational institutions, here in Greater Miami, nationally
and overseas, and in the State of Israel. We thus re-affirm the faith of
our fathers and the traditional concern of our people for the woll being
of Fellow-Jews everywhere.
EVERY JEW HAS A VITAL STAKE MX THE SI << ESS OF OUR CJA I
We urge our membership and the community-at large to enroll as
workers in behalf of the great causes represented in the Combined Jewish
Appeal, and to contribute generously to this most important overall
community campaign.
We strongly recommend that all organizations in Greater Miami give
high priority to the CJA from FEBRUARY 18th THROUGH MARCH 28th,
the period dedicated to the General Community Mobilization of our
Combined Jewish Appeal!
DR. JOSEPH WEIDBERG, Chairman
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER
AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE
MRS. MORRIS KOGAN, President
FLORIDA WOMEN'S DIVISION
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
HARRY GORDON. President
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
RABBI SHMARYAHU SWIRSKY
PHILIP BERKOWITZ. President
CONGREGATION BETH EL
RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
HYMAN SHER, President
BETH TFILAH
A. J. KAPLAN. Chairman
B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA
MRS. BERNARD HOFFMAN. President
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
METROPOLITAN COUNCIL
MAX MEISEL. President
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
RABBI MORRIS SKOP
MEYER A. BASKIN. President
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
IRVING LAX. President
FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
MRS. BEN ZION GINSBURG. President
NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
MRS. BEE JAFFER, President
GREATER MIAMI COUNCIL
PIONEER WOMEN
ISIDORE SCHWARTZ. President
HEBREW FREE LOAN ASSOCIATION
STANLEY C. MYERS. President
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
HARRY SIRKIN. President
GRfATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
RABBI HARRY ETTINGER
HAROLD KRAVITZ. President
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
SYDNEY ARONOVITZ. President
HILLEL ADVISORY COUNCIL
ABE KURMAN. President
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS. President
JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE BUREAU
LOUIS PHILLIPS -^
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMAN
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
DANIEL STEIN. President
FREE SONS OF ISRAEL
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
SAM FRIEDLAND. President
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
FRED JONAS. President
MIAMI BEACH DISTRICT
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
RABBI SIMON APRIL
H. M. DREvVICH. President
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION
MAX OROVITZ. President
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
MRS. AARON KANNER. President
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
RABBI LEON ERONISH
LEON ELL. President
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
WM. D. SINGER. President
TEMPLE ISRAEL
RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN
LEONARD KALISH. President
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
JOSEPH DUNTOV
SOUTHERN DISTRICT SECRETARY
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
MORRIS B. FRANK. President
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
RABBI BORIS RACKOVSKY
HY NOVINSON. President
MONTICELLO PARK JEWISH CENTER
RABBI HENRY OKOLICA
MURRAY APFELBAUM. President
NORTH OADE JEWISH CENTER
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
SOL COHEN, President
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER
RABBI LOUIS CASSEL
JACK BERKE, President
TIFERETH ISRAEL
RABBI MAX M. LANDMAN
SIDNEY FERTIG. President
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
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"Jewlsti fhrMbyr,
PAGE 11 A
[ubilee Stresses Mount Sinai Needs
laniard Wicn. Jubilee chairman, |
rfk.nn at ;m emergency meeting
JJmnittee chairmen of Mount
l^Hospitals fourth annual all-
Bihow, urged everyone to "get
an,| -,.|| more tickets." He
took the opportunity to wel-
Hir, E. E. Bloom to the
np Mrs llloom is newly ap-
Ented leader of the Motor Corps.,
Wen Mir- ed the fact that al-'
tough Jubilee, which will be held
[March 4th ;it the Miami Beach,
gditorium. i ahead of last year's;
liiure at a comparative time, the
Worker- must not fall into a state'
Lf complacency. He pointed out,
Li this year's goal S150.0OO, III
Ehc hiahe-t in Jubilee history, and
Ihst there is > possibility that this
(mount can be reached if an es-
xially concentrated effort is
.ade by workers and an added en-
thusiasm shown by potential pur-
chaser- oi Jubilee tickets.
A sum ol S150.000 is the amount
of Mount Sinai Hospital's deficit
nhich it accrued through the hos-
njtal's man) service* to the com-
Imunity such as free clinics, ex-
panded research, medical and nurs-
ing training programs, and the free
treatment ol those people needing
but unable t<> afford proper medi-
cal attention.
"No effort i- too ^reat when aid-
ling such a worthwile cause." Wien
[added, "and no contribution too
Ismail to receive our sincere appre-
ciation."
Sid Franklin. Jubilee's producer,
lanmmnced at 'he meeting that he,
in conjunction with the American
Guild of Variety Artists, is pres-
ently conferring with top talent
not only from this area, but from
all parts of the country, in an all
out effort to make this year's af-
fair the greatest extravaganza ev-
er in this area.
Franklin mentioned such nota-
Ibles in the show business world as
Danny Thomas. Milton Berle, Ed-
Idle Cantor. Jimmy Durante. Red
Button-. Sam Levenson, Zsa Zsa
Ic.ibnr. Sid Caesar. Tony Bennett
laid Julius La Rosa, who have ex-
[pressed a desire to take part in this,
[worthwhile benefit program-.
Ed Sullivan, popular newspaper
|columm-t and television star, will
Ifly down In Miami to act as master
[of ceremonies tor the third year in
[a row for Jubilee, and plans to
Bring ni,,ny ol these luminaries
with him
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Dixie Issin Corporation
Moe Longer
405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
HARRY C. SCHWEBKE
AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 89-1646
:
Miami
Sid Franklin (right), producer of Jubilee, discusses the intrica-
cies of script writing to Dr. Jay Pearson, University of Miami
president, as Max Orovitz. chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's
Board of Trustees, listens. The three men are'shown judging
entries in a humorous script writing contest for University of
Miami students. The winner will receive a SI00 defense bond,
and the prize skit will be presented on the program of the
hospital's fourth annual benefit Jubilee on March 4th at the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Wrapvr Show at
wlreli UaUeru
I Robert Draper will have a one-
Irnan show of his paintings at the
IMirell Gallery, 18 Anthony Arcade,
Ifoconut Grove, from February
|22nd through March 6th.
Draper was born in New Eng-
land After receiving his early edu-
cation there, he enrolled at the
I'niverstty f Florida. He subse-
quently studied painting in Nassau
[and the Bahamas.
| Draper was a student of Hans
I Hoffman and Robert Brackman. He
^exhibited at the Norton Gal-
\1 Pa,m Beach- Sarasota
I Art Agnation and the Society of
|rour Arts.
win?' for ,he DraPer shw
an o, ,n S,,miay evening. Febru-
ary 2lst at 8 p.m.
Beth Sholom Slates
Judaism Institute
Public school teachers of Miami
Beach were this week invited to
be guests of the Temple Beth Sho-
lom PTA of Miami Beach at an In-
stitute on Judaism on Saturday,
February 20th.
The program is planned as the
first in an annual series in observ-
ance of National Brotherhood
Week. Acting as Advisory Council
in preparation of the Institute are
the following:
Jacob H. Cunningham, director
of the Florida Region of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews; Sydney J. Greenberg, direc-
tor of education, Temple Beth Sho-
lom; Mary K. Hogenmuller, super-
visor of elementary education of
Miami Beach Schools; Sylvia D.
Kaplan, president of the PTA of
Beth Sholom Religious School;
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Beth Sholom; Malvina
W. Licbman, director of elemen-
tary education of Dade County Pub-
lic Schools; Dorothy Pine, member
of the Board of Directors of the
Beth Sholom PTA: and Frederick
B. Routhe, Professor of Human
Relations at the University of Mi-
ami.
The teachers have been invited
to observe a Sabbath religious serv-
ice, as well as the Bar Mitzvah Serv
ice of Warren Salomon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacques Salomon, on Sat-
urday morning. February 20th. Fol-
lowing the Sabbath Service, there
will be a luncheon institute, at
which time Rabbi Leon Kronish
will speak on: The Holidays Our
Jewish Children Observe.
Among guests, which will in-
clude the Advisory Council, will
also be Dr. Ray C. Van Duscn,
chairman of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction.
To All Brotherhood Greetings
WASH AND SAVE THE MAYTAG WAY
79th Street Wash-E-Teria
"You will be pleated with our Complete Facilities and Service"
1198 N.W. 79th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 78-913*
Home Auxiliary Slates
Music Month Program
"'men's Auxiliary to the Jew-
J Home fr ,hp AKcd wi|| mpp,
""Algiers Hotel, according to
S^r'^-eekbyMr,
Music Month. Mrs. Silverman
h^irn n\ ;;'rlS Glasser' P"*"
is> Jan BarV prt'sent concert art'
*g von to beHonored
viZ TW of ,he Town- ,elc
h,nor ;,r08ram' *U1 be guest of
givrnk. a lps,imonia. luncheon
ofCom" ,heMiamiB-ch Chamber
Vh 3rCP nn' wtoetay.
w ". "> the new DiUdo Ho-
Spinoza Forum to
Mark Music Month
Jewish Music Month will be ob-
served on Saturday afternoon, 3
p.m., by the Spinoza Outdoor For-
um on the lawn of the home of
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street
and Ocean Court.
Charles H. l*e will discuss Jews
in music. Scheduled to appear on
the program are Robert Strass-
burg. music director. Judge Ken-
neth Oka. Miss Ruth Brotman and
Evelyn Stone.
Max Azar. of Coral Cables, will
recite humorous poems. Serving
as hostess will be Mrs. Leah Mast
Casting Scheduled for
Shakespeare Play
Announcement of casting for the
I'niversity of Miami's production
of Merry Wives Of Windsor, sched-
uled to run at the Ring Theater Ap
ril 13th to April 24th, was made
this week.
7o$si Bjoerling
Bjoerling to Star
In Guild Production
Audiences gathing to hear Jussi
Bjoerling, leading tenor of the Met-
ropolitan Opera, in the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami's produc-
tion of II Trovatore at Miami Beach
Auditorium March 1st and Dade
County Auditorium on February
27th and March 3rd will be helping
the world-famous artist to cele-
brate his 30th anniversary as a con-
cert and opera singer.
Jussi is the oldest of three Bjoer-
ling boys who, with their father,
comprised the Bjoerling Male
Quartet, a novelty vocal ensemble
that found great favor in Sweden
25 years ago. When the mother
of the little family died, the old
Bjoerling came to America with
his three small sons, and for two
years they toured with success
throughout the country.
Within two years, he was ready
for the opera. He made a brilliant
debut at the age of 19 as Don Otta
vio in Don Giovanni. It was not
long before he was in demand at
opera houses throughout Scanda-
navia and the continent. In the
spring of 1936, he made his debut
at Covent Garden. London. For the
Salzburg Festival of 1937, Tosca-
nini sought his services for the role
of Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni
and again the following season for
the Verdi Requiem at the Lucerne
Festival.
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Best Wishes To All for
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COMMUNITY
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rarcAY, FEBRUARY 13
OF BAL HARBOUR
Nominations Slated | PTA Will Hold D ""
Ladies' Auxiliary Norman Bruce Beth El PTA will k ^^
Brown Host No. 1.4 of the Jewish on Saturday eveni a 1
War Veterans will meet at the Re- 20th. 8:30 p m ,. Ik8' Jeb"
publican Club, 1947 West Flagler ust Memorial Hall u ra
fVOj iv
publican ..__. .... ...
Si reel, on Wednesday evening,
February 24th 8 p.m. Nominations
will be held.
Games Night at Hialeah
Ladies! Auxiliary of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Community
Center will serve at a games night
on Tuesday. February 23rd. 8:30
p.m. Mrs. J. B. Cohen is chairman.
ust Memorial Hall. Pro^
for the Religious School, aec"!
to an announcement here
Weekly Card Game
Henrietta Szold Croup of Hadas-'
ah holds its weekly card game on '
l hursday afternoon. 1 p.m., in tftf,
penthouse at 1800 James Avenue,'
according to aa announcement here ]
by Mrs. Mollie Green.
Ph. 67-6109 or 481279
Shown here is a group o! officers and directors
opened this week with first day deposit's of SI.
banking history. Left to right are Carl W. Blac
Geiger, Harold A. Stein. Ben Turchin. Kenneth
Graham and C. L. Clements. Jr. Opening day
Avenue were also attended by U.S. Senator H
rency and Banking Committee, and the may
Islands.
of the new Community National Bank which
i?r.C?0, laroest opening day total in Florida
kburn, Eoard Chairman F. Lowry Wall, August
C. Gifford. President C. L. Clements, Robert C.
ceremonies at the new bank at 9700 Collins
omer E. Capehart, chairman of the Senate Cur-
ors of Surfside, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor
Yiddish Forum to
Hear Talk on
\ational Survival
Jacob Leschinsky will be guest
.speaker at a meeting of Der Vid
disher Forum on Saturday evening,
February 20th. 8 p.m.. at Knesettl
Israel Congregation.
Leschinsky is one of the original
champions ol the Labor Zionist
< .nent. He is also author ol
numerous works on the economic
life Of .lews in Russia and Poland
Currently, Leschinsky is on the
Staff of the Dail) Forward, as well
; numerous Yiddish, Hebrew and
English periodicals.
Subject of his address is slated
;-: The Struggle Of The Jews For
Their National Survival.
Der Yiddisher Forum is a fea
ture of the Greater Miami YIVO
Committee which will hold its an-
nual banquet on Sunday evening,
February 28th at the .Monte Carlo
Hotel. Guest speaker will de Dr,
S. Nobel, lecturer al the Theologi
cal Seminary in New York City.
UHl Symphony Concert
To Highlight Tenth
Inter-American Meet
The ixth concert of the season
of the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra. John Bitter, con-
ductor. Will present Pierre Knur
nier. (-'ranch "cellist, a- soloist on
March 7th at Miami Beach Audi-
torium and March 8th a; Hade
County Auditorium.
The concerts will be dedicated
as a musical salute from Gri
Miami to the city and people ol
Caracas, Venezuela Greetings are
to be exchanged by the Mayor of
Miami, representatives ol the Vei
ezuelan Government and other dis-
tinguished guests, including Dr
Jay F. W. Pearson, president of
the University of Miami.
The entire concert will be pro
duced and recorded by the Voice
of America, in cooperation with
WKAT, for re-broadcasts over the
Venezuelan radio network.
Taking place during the month
of March is the tenth Inter Ameri-
can Conference Council of-Foreign
Ministers, with the city of Caracas
as host. It is expected that the
Mayor of ( ,,iai- and the Vene-
zuelan Ambassador to Washington
will be present to participate in
the program.
North Dade PTA to Meet
PTA of the North Dade Jewish
(enter will meet Wednesday. Feb-
ruary 24th. at 8:30 p.m. The pro-
tram, planned by Mrs. M. Apfel-
laum. will be a community sing
led by choir director Mrs. Lucille
Moore.
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IV. FEBRUARY 19. 1954
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yo0H to neip
Heat*' Court
g, \V;ivne Zollner Pistons,
.. contenders for top hon-
. ,hc National Professional
toll League, have accepted
nUtion to participate in the
dedication of the new play
' the Beach Branch of the
Miami Jewish Community
t on Wednesday, February
; at 830 p.m.. according to
r jtaletie chairman Seymour,
Ira was received last week
fthe pros will go through a
Lur lession of play demon-
nand a shooting exhibition as
lination to an evening of
.lion ceremonies.
Idded in the program is a
.. l teen age half court bas-
Cll games, u lonnal dedicatio"^
Jiyor Harold Shapiro, r1,
i by ieveral -ports celebri_
floiiner exhibition and a free
tioall award donated by Oscar
. Zollner- will be in town to
fthe New York Knickerbockers
Miami Beach Auditorium on
tsdav. February 25th.
Academy PTA to Install
Installation of officers of Beth
El Hebrew Academy PTA will be
held on Wednesday afternoon,
March 3rd, 1 p.m., in the Dora Aug-
ust Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17th
Avenue. A social and card party
will follow, according to an an-
nouncement this week.
LEGAL NOTICE
: bas-
atiofl
rifle sJ
Ineer Women's Dinner
hilo Rescue chairmen Mrs. Rose
jcus and Mrs. Rose Katz will
Lor a dinner on Sunday. Feb-
fv 21st. 6 p.m., at Kneseth Is-
Congreiiation for Pioneer
rier.. Club No 2. Guest speaker
be Mrs Lena (Ireenberg. of
Lei Mrs Lena Mintzes is
Irman of the evening, accord-
Ito tn announcement this week
Ifn Ida Powell, president.
LEGAL NOTICE
.THE CIRCL'T COURT OF THE
IvENTH JLD'CIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DAOfc COUNTY. FLOR-
IN CHANCF-RV. No. 100537
SIE MAK I' 'IT.. JR., I'lalntlff
I i :\ iv il'E, .11: .
j I --II 1:1 rit
[notice BV PUBLICATION
1 I "in Jr,
> l: I
In ri n*d iimi Bin
11.\ i him lcn
.n-t ... .Hid \ on Hi'**, tre-
-. .if ymir Annrtr
i: n i.f Complaint
llnl-nctH, KE8-
i HAlUi i.-J ,U'vJ>3aRlerJlL
i i (J.- I Hi- i.i'll
rir offid
,' lie. I'll ii i Court <
' nl Birch.
judgment >
gamut vou for the
ii i -h. i-.ill of Com-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK lh HKKKIIY GIVEN that
the undermined, ileuli ink to uk'i:- in
bualneRH under the flrtltioUH num.- of
WILLIAM KIII.N'S MOl'KI'.N Mas
BAGS, at 2 N.K. L'nd Ave lntemln
to register aald um with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Daile County,
Florida.
WILLIAM KI'HN, Sole owner
."ln-i's a/r.-i:' _________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166503
l.v.NMi: FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff
\ i
CHARLES FRIEDMAN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OIAHLKS KRIEftMAN
r'r\ "ry Ma e'Heilmaii
407 E. fSUi Street _
iik.okIjh ij. .<..!' jfdhf."V atja
Vor ARE MKItPrWT-illVriKirt)
that a lllll of Complaint f.n I ilrncgej
baa been fiieil sgalnatyou in the ali^w*
entitled cause and j on to* 1i|bIiJ i. -
quired to nerve a <-o|>jtt>f \ot An er
to the lllll of Coninlaml on the
Plaintiff* attorney*, and file the orlg-
ilial In the Office of III.- Cl, l< Of the)
Circuit Court on or before Hi*. Mill
da] ..f March, IM4, otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confeaao win ha entered
ajrainst you.
Thin notice shall be puhllxheri once
each week for four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH PtX>RIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 17th
dai ol February, 1M4,
K. Ii LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Conn
By wm. w. STOCKING,
Dejiutv Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER A. Mll.l.nV
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7l fiiTurrwi BnlMlna*. Miami, Florida
2'19-20 1/6-'-'
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29489 B
HE: ESTATE Oh
Mnxir'Jl:^iNI': fKRDA, Deceased
iCBo.,F..,.NTENT,ON TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
vt,>., DISCHARGE
.NOTICK I,, hereby given that I have
u'i i Vi. ,lnul '"l">'-< "nd petition for
final nis, i,.,, K,. Kxecutor of the
estate of KATII KKINK FF.KHA, dl-
ccased: and that on the 22nd day of
itSrWttSL.*^ """'> "" ""-
,r tRAIK ." DOWLINO, County
ItidRe of Kade Counn, hiorlila i..i
$11'","'"'!,' "J *""' f'"Hl report and for
final dlHi-haiue ;,* Executor of the
K-tatj of KATHliBIMi KKRIiAi de-
Thia 17th day of fVhriiniv. Il;>4
max i; ^,Vvk1;,: "srda- i:^,","r
\ttormv ior Executor
*/?5j^,jj/E?inain*' Ml*ni1- '"''"''I;'
1 id Ii .-I at Miami, I loi Ida,
i rv. II i
K r. I.KATHERllAN,
1 i luii Court
I!) WM V\- STOCKING,
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NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166492
ERED II PRANKE, Plaintiff,
Va
ROKE PRANKS. I'efendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T* RI 8E KI'.ANKi:.
tUSO i.eland Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois
Ton are hereby notified thai Bill
of Complaint for Divorce hna been
riled against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a cops of your Aaawei oi
I'leadinc to thn Iilll of Complaint on
the plalntlffa Attorneys. MYERS.
HBIMAN KAPLAN. ISO Beybold
ItuihllnR. Miami. Piorlda, and file the
original Aaiwer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Cirruit Court
on or before the 21th day of March,
l'.ct if miii fall to do bo. juditment hv
fault :ll b taken aKalnst U f*
i,.|i..f deniau'l- a >U .the '-ill *
mnlalnt.
hi. notice r*ajVJer Pfeh"' "' ""3
Ii week for f..ifyn^ili' -*!
THE IKU1SH f'TTvrTll'AN
li'iNi: \\'l> OKI'EREI' nl MlamL
Florida, thle 16th day of Echruary.
A" K II I.EATIIEI'.MAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
I lade Cnuntv. Florida.
By M C. OREEN,
I Court Seal) I'ei.utv Clerk.
MYEKS. HBIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
$50 Seybol.l BulMlns, Mlnml, Florida.
!NTJHE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
?S^kB-AcD,E^COUNTV' FLORIDA. IN
CHvA,N9ERV CASE No 166201
JAMES I. DOHBRTY and IRENE
M, DOHERTY, his wife. Pi,,,mills,
\ s.
Ml persons rlalmlnk' any estate,
f'aht, title or Interest in, or
lien upon, the real property
herein described, .,nj part
' hi n "f. 11. Iin.lants
,- AMENDED SUMMONS
THE tJRATE or KI."HII'.\
BP*F*"" el.ilmlnit any estate.
trqrnt, title, or Interest in. or
Men U|H>n. the real proper I >
herein described, anj part
thereof.
Defendants, Greetlnga:
You are herebv notified that a pro-
ceeding to yulet Title has been
lirojjjtbt in Hie i:iuu:i Courl for 1.... 1.
' '*ntlF> hlerktei aaamst ail peraoiia I
claiming aajffifatata. right, title ,.,
Inteieat In, or'lien Upon the following
deeenhed real property, situate in
Hade County. Florida, to il:
Lota 21 ami 22, according to the
amended plat of City Line Park,
aa recorded in Plat Hook I",
Ps(te 13, Public Records of I'ad.-
County, Florida
and you are Hereby required to file
lh the Clerk of sai I Courl your writ-
ten appearance personally, or i*> at-
torney, in said proceeding, on or be-
fore the 20th day of March. 1*54, and
thereafter to file with said clerk your
written defenses, ir any, to the Bill
ol Complaint at the times prescribed
bj Law, therein setting up the estate,
-iKht. title, or interest in. or lien upon,
he ahove described propert) claimed
> you. Herein fall not. or Judgment
viII be entered against you by ie-
ault.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
ourt at Miami. Hade County, Flo,-
da, this I6th day of Fetiruarv. 1954.
K P.. LEATHERMAN.
an Clerk of above Styled court
Seal)
Ily WM W. BTOCKINQ,
Deputj Clerk
(court seal l
!/!- T.-.-I2
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19
American Notables... August Bondi: The Jew of 1857
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
{Harry Simonhoff's column, constituting a series entitled,
American Notabltt, is being published by The Jewish Horidian
os part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in
the United States.-The Editors.!
Mo period in American history, not even the jittery
present with the atom bomb poised for attack, was as
acrid, as hysterical, as the decade preceding the war be-
tween the States. The coming sectional struggle cast
ominously its advance shadow, and conflicting attitudes
towards slavery rent friendships asunder, severed families,
and even parted lovers.
Opinions, unfortunately, are largely governed by geogra-
phy. The subtle play of the environment affects the view-
point and notions of all people; and Jews form no excep-
tion. Thus in the North or South. Jewish attitudes differed
little from those of their Christian neighbors. If Senators
Benjamin and Yulee were eloquent apologists for slavery,
then Michael Heilpern and David Emhorn were ardent in
condemning its evils. Another thing to consider is that
the 100.000 Jews in ante-bellum America were largely refu-
gees from European oppression and hardly yet acclimatiz-
ed in their newly adopted land to interfere in explosive
issues that were leading the nation to the brink of an
abyss. It comes, therefore, as a refreshing surprise to find
three Jewish lads in the small devoted band of John
Brown, fighting to prevent slavery from taking root in
Kansas.
John Brown
The quixotic adventure of John Brown is perhaps the
strangest episode in American history'. Breaking open
the armory at Harper's Ferry- was tantamount to declaring
war on the USA. Eighteen crusaders attempting to free
the slaves in the South was fantastic and bizarre, an act
oi sheer lunacy. For treason resulting in murder. Vir-
ginia Law prescribed hanging. Legally there was no doubt
as to Brown's guilt. Yet Emerson declared. "The new
Saint awaiting his martyrdom will make the gallows glor-
ious like the cross." Armies marching to the battlefield
iarg:
John Brown's body lies a-moulding in the grave
But his spirit marches on.
The incidents of his last four years revealed the malig-
nant growth in the soul of America. A most drastic ex-
cision of the slavery cancer would be imperative an
operation perhaps fatal to the Federal Union.
Three Immigrant!
Anshel Bondi. born in Vienna in 1833. joined a student
corps 15 years later to assist Louis Kussoth in freeing
Hungarv. The failure of Democracy to attain a foothold
in the Europe of 1848 caused many liberals to emigrate.
His family settled in St. Louis and his name was Angli-
cized to August. Hearing of an expedition to free Cuba
from Spanish oppression, he enlisted-tout the attempt died
stillborn. After several years in Texas, he returned to
St. Louis and got a job in the store of Theodore Weiner,
an emigrant out of Poland. At this time the Indian Terri-
tory in Kansas opened to white settlers. Weiner and Jacob
Benjamin, another immigrant from Bohemia, decided to
pool resources and join the pioneers trekking to Kansas
a good chance to get in on the ground floor in a wild and
wooly country With a stock valued at $7,000 Weiner set
out in covered wagons and took August Bondi along as
chief clerk, with an interest in the business.
Bleeding Kansas
The now territory became a pawn in the political
strategy between the pro and anti slavery forces. The
settlers were to decide whether they wanted a free or
slave stale Northern home seekers came in far greater
numbers, but the Southerners were better organized. The
minority adopted a constitution that permitted slavery. A
civil war virtually started in "Bleeding Kansas". Pro-
slavery sympathizers from Missouri came to vote and re-
mained to harass and persecute the Free Soilers. They
laid waste the town of Lawrence. .Arson, robbery and
murder became daily occurrences. Tm settlements were
drifting towards anarchy, with the pro-slavery forces as
aggressors and victors.
The three Jewish pioneers might have pulled through
this conflict had they minded their own business. But
outspoken in their anti-slavery- sentiments they aroused
the ire of the "Border Ruffians" as the Northern settlers
called the violent proponents of slavery. When the news
spread that Weiner had given material assistance to the
Free Soilers. they became marked men. Dutch Bill Sher-
man, a bully and leader of a gang, notified them to leave
Kansas in three days or pay with their lives. The three
Jewish newcomers applied to the Brown hr,K
sistance. About this time, their father l,,hi S" for H
rived from the East. A fanatical enemv of i *" "4
Old Testament figure, filled with right,',! Very' M
carded words for action and called for voluntLrWra,h *H
the first seven to respond were Aueust nn!i Amngl
dore Weiner. Benjamin seemed to hale Zt H* M
company or formed a band of his own Now t**\
slavery group took the offensive and used ih anti-
their enemies. Led by John Brown, the sem o(
Pottawatomie Creek was attacked and five ZTV"
fians, including Sherman, were lynched. raer Ruf-
Eye-Witness Impressions
The Weiner store with its merchandise w ,
duced to ashes. The three comrades were In thT"
of fighting, shooting and looting. Throughout?^
years of warfare in Kansas, they were as guilty or in.
cent as (he rest of John Brown's company LSn*
some education and wrote an eye-witness account of 5
stirring events in his autobiography, which is vatLS
source material quoted by historians and biographer, Z
following excerpt should be of interest to reader. ,,'J
standing Yiddish: aers "*
"When we followed Captain Brown up the hill towa*,
the Border Ruffians' camp, I, next to Brown and in *
vance of Weiner, we walked with bent back nearly era*
ed, that the tall dead grass of the year before might son*
what hide us from the 'Border Ruffian' marksraeiT3
the bullets kept on whistling. Weiner was 37 and weishrt
250 pounds; I, 22 and lithe. Weiner puffed like a steam!
boat, hurrying behind me. I called out to him Nu w
meinen sie yetzt?' (Well, what do you think of it now^
His answer, 'Was soil ich meinin?" (What should I tkink
of it?) 'Sof odom muves.' (Hebrew for the end of man
death). In spite of the whistling bullets, I laughed whet
he said 'Machen wir dem alten mann sonst broges.'( Loot
out, or we'll make the old man angry.)
August Bondi served in the Union Army and later prat.
ticed law. In Salina, Kanasah, he held public office and en-
joyed a local reputation. During the Kansas troubles the
three comrades were little people, perhaps, yet significant
in that they reflect the reaction to slavery by the little
people in American Jewry.
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0UDAY.
FEBRUARY 19, 1954
SkateAtstom
Lewis Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
|Mthe memory of the late Newman
Luis, formerly of 2601 SW 27th
[greet. Miami, will take place Sun-
Lr. February 21st, at 12:15 o'clock
at Star of David Memorial Park
with Babl-i Morris A. Skop officiat-
ing. Mr. Lrwis is survived by his
rife. Begins, a son, William, and
Ifotir waters, Mrs. Etta Naftal, Miss
lAda Lewi- and Mrs. Viola Morgan-
Istem of Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Gertrude Strauss, of Hpllywood,
Florida, and a brother, Louis R., of
flew York.
lAbrams Unveiling ,u-
The dedication of a monnroem
I to the memory of the late Dr.'Marc
[victor Abrams, formerly of 1423
Alton Road. Miami Beach, will take
[place Sunday. February 21st at 2
p.m at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
I Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiating.
Dr. Abrams is survived by his wife
'Esther: one son Edward; three
daughter-. Mrs. Jeanette Udell,
Mrs. Violet Koch. Mrs. Ruth Col-
man: three brother* and two sis-
ters. Dr. Abrams was an attorney.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Kaplan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memon of the late Benja-
min Kaplan, formerly of 5360 La
Gorce Drivi Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, February' 2st at
3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving l.ehrman officiating.
Mr Kaplan i- -urvived by his wife
Anna: three sons, Dr. Sherman
Kaplan. Ralph a n d Donald: one
daughter Mr- Pauline Sater; two
brothers, Julius and Peter and two
sifters, Mrs Anna Schafer and Mrs.
Either Bergman; also several
grandchildren Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives are
a>ked to attend
Blumenfield Unveiling
The dedication oAJ inifliUAl
to the memory of the lat MbTlie
Blumenfield, formerly of Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, will" take
place Sunday, February 2st at 3:30
pm. at Mt Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi S M Machtei officiating.
Mrs. Blumenfield is survived by
her husband Sumucl; three daugh-
ters. Mrs Charles S. Wolfe and
Mrs Moe Kurman of Miami and
Mrs H. E Levine of Jacksonville,
and one -on Frank B.. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Goldman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Stanley
Howard, formerly of 1441 S.W. 6th
Street, will take place Sunday Feb-
ruary 21st, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Howard is survived by
his parents, Isidore and Ann Gld-
man and a brother Alan and two
sisters. Iris and Marcia. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
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ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Brown Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
'He memory of the late Lottie
"own, formerly of 1680 S. W. 18th
. will take place Sunday, Feb.
I EL J"' ;" Mt Neb0 Cemetery
fa.!\i Max shaPir official-
ZtCK Brown is survived by two
others, Morns Farkus and Dr
John Farkus 0f McKeesport. Pa.;
and u m'ph,'^s and nieces, Mr.
Mrs r,,'W,'n Errand Mr. and
^William Farr; Helen Farkas
two sisterm-laws, Mrs. H. H.
22?MdMrs '''Hie Farkas. Mrs.
Brown
M
a member of Beth
Davia o memoer ol Bt
menllon"-aM>n Sisterhood; *
C f,,he Concll of Jewish
omer ad a member of the Board
t^Sorv,f ,he Jcw,sn Home
men. r, Palmer* Miami Monu-
I 1 mpa"> Mndl and rela-
lives
are ask,,| t0 ;ittend
Ri(* Unveiling
t'Mhem""'"""" "f a monument
**< fnr?7 "f ,he lat J*P
s>* S'i I "! 971 s w 3rd
ruan 21 ,," l''w Sunday. Feb-
c*tm' ? Pm at Mt Nebo
!*& i? fbb! Sim,,n ADril
M'mi ,nH .u:,h' a son Samuel of
iiami iDd V..... samuel ol
Mo|>* S .m '" ,lau8hters, Mrs
Juriest:."1 "'Brooklyn. Mrs
">d Mrs Tj ''f fc,beth, N. J.
^ hiJh ,1>rasner Miam:
k. NT ,)aWd Rice New-
** of Pa1'ranBM,MoU *
? *Nnv rJ l?mi Mo"U"
^^ PJ"> Fnenda and reU
Levine Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abraham
Levine, formerly of 424 Pinetree
Drive, Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, February 21st at 1:30 p.m.
at lit. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Le-
vine )s survived by his wife Anna
and four sons; Irving and Phillip of
New York and Benjamin and pan-
iel of Miami Beach: also eight
grandchildren. Ale. Levine was a
member of the,, Workmen's Circle
in New York 'City. ArnaagcnTien.tfc
are in charge of Palmer's Miami'
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Schnitzler Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Anna
Schnitzler, formerly of 792 N. W.
8th Street, was held Sunday, Feb-
ruary 14th at 2 p.m. 6n Mt.'-Sinai
| Memorial Park Cemetery with flab
bi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs.
Schnitzler was survived by her hus-
band Abe and a son Rubin of Wild-
wood. N. J. and a daughter Miss
Eva Schnitzler of Miami. Arrange-
ments were in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Weiss Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Weiss, was held Sunday, Febru-
ary 4th. 3 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery with Rabbi Simon April offi-
ciating. Arrangements were in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company.
Anapolsky Unveiling
The dedication ot a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan
Anapolsky, formerly of 730 S. W.
9th Street, will take place Sunday,
February 21st at 1 P.M. on Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiat-
ing. Mr. Anapolsky is survived by
his wife Mollie. He was a member
of Congregation Beth El. Arrange-
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master ol ceremonies ior the Mi-
ami Beach Police and Firemen's
Benevolent Association all star
show slated for Sunday evening,
February 21st, at the Miami Beach
Kennel Club.
Proceeds of the show go to the
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as well as a number of local and
national charities.
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Concert Set
jay Evening at
amingo Park
bcautiinl musical evening
ferthe sin:- i- '" store for all
)atfen<1 the Jewish Music Fes-
j Sunday nipht. at Flamingo
Hat 8:15 p.m.. it was armounc-
Eft week b> Leo Sheiner, Fes-
ll chairman of the Greater Mi-
(Jewish (' mmunity Center.
Drawing fn
i iewteh Flcdft3un &Sr
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1954
SEC. B
jogpositioii
isie dirr*
welded
Uine ch
he. finest musical
past and present,
Robert Strassburg
l>roram that will
,1 singing, modern
eand dramatic narration in a
, uia'ion entitled.
I i Seventy-five voic
[will be "n -< on the night of
.concert. ;.;..! they will be join
,'b> dance"- "f Ruth Walton's
Ljern Danci Croup of GMJCC.
Among the choral units parlici-
Iting in th" pr iram are the fol
Ling: Belli Davra, Coral Gables
[wish Center. Miami Beach Jew-
i Center and /.amora Jewish Cen-
A general GMJCC Festival
lorus. under StrassbuTg'S leader-
Kp. will join with these groups.
fprinciple narrator for the pro-
lam will be Judge Kenneth Oka.
Tie concert will also pay tribute
, Brotherhood Week, which be-
ns on that day. with a rendition
Strassburg s Hymn To Brother-
jThe program will incorporate
Ings in Hebrm Yiddish and JJg-
ih and range from music of the
vnagogue to folk music of Israel.
I highlight c i the evening will be
e presentation of a choral pa-
ant. Festival Of The First Fruits,
Max Helfman.
Joining the Festival Concert at Flamingo Park on Sunday night, February 21st, will be mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Choir. The concert, entitled Voices Of Light, is a
local tribute to the tenth National Jewish Music Festival and is sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center with the cooperation of four synagogue choirs. Seated
(left to right) are Masha Guralova, Joseph Schreibman, director. Cantor Philip Brummer, Mary
Anne Stair and Berte Long. Standling (left to right) are Joseph Pardo, Julius Adler, Paul Beck,
Bernard Schaft, Israel Teitch and Lee Stair.
Tension Between Nations Reflects Tensions Felt by
People; Arises from Misunderstanding, Intrigue
Distrust and Fear
By HAROLD EIDLIN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTONThe hate press
is adrJirfg a new scalp to its collec-
tion. In my edition, one can read
again about 'that man in the White
House."
Never too keen on the prospects
of Eisenhower as President, anti-
Semitic and anti-Negro publica-
tions have, in recent monfh=,
opened up a scurrilous barra-:-
against him, his top advisors and
intimates.
Principal complaints against the
President fall roughly into th
categories: he has surrounded him-
self with a "Jewish brain trust: he
has not only accepted, but baa
moved to broaden former President
Truman's "race mixing project-."
he is an "internationalist" of the
first order; and, just for good meas-
ure, "he is a simpleton."
They have even brought an old
anti-Semitic skeleton out of the
closet with which to scare the
President. In a recent issue of The
Cross And The Flag, the monthly-
publication of Gerald L. K. Smith.
New York financier Sidney wein-
berg is "identified" as the "Sid-
ney" of the infamous "clear it with
Sidney" crack of the New Deal
Smith quotes a "well-informed
source" to the effect that it was
Mr. Weinberg, not the late Sidney
Hillman, who was "a power be-
hind" the late F.D.R. Mr. Weinber?
is further "identified" as "chief
advisor of President Eisenhower."
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP Ftur
Tensions between nations are,
more often than we suspect, cre-
ated of the same stuff that breed
tension and dissension between
people Sometimes they arise from
misunderstanding, sorrieUmea from
an inability to understand at all
and this is something else again.
For the past few weeks, political
circles in Israel have been discuss-
ing disquieting rumors which
reached the Jewish State concern-
ing American plans to offer'mili-
tary aid to Pakistan, Iraq and Saudi
Arabia. There must be substance
to these rumors that have reached
out across the seas and there
must be some kind of solid moti-
vation back of the alleged US blue-
print. But the Israeli cannot un-
derstand, and from not understand-
ing, there arises resentment and
a sense of being wronged.
Military aid to Pakistan? ..Well
lea Sheiner
said the informed Israeli, I may
not like it because after all Pak-
isan is a Moslem State and my
sympathies rather naturally go out
to India. But. he said to himself,
pei haps there are reasons we don't
know.
But Iraq and Saudi Arabia? The
Urate Department may claim that
these states are northern buffers
to the Soviet Union and that neith-
er of them border Israel and that
therefore Israeli interests can not
be damaged but don't the gen-
tlemen of the State Department
know the facts of Middle Eastern
life today?
And the informed Israeli shook
his head over the morning paper
and made up a little list of ques-
tions for the State Department
questions which made sense to me,
and still do. Doesn't the State De-
partment know both Saudi Arabia
and no less undemocratic kingdom
of Iraq are members of the Arab
League? And that the above-men-
tioned Arab League functions, in
relation to Israel, with unusual un-
ity of purpose and, whenever pos-
sible, of action? Doesn't the State
Department know that both these
countries sent their troops to Pal-
atine tu fight the Jews. True, the
Saudi Arabians, putting discretion
above! valor, eat' sent a token
force and Iraq's three brigade
groups added nothing uvlheir mili
tary glory '*nd were soundly
trounced. But they went to war
against Israel. And when the war
ended, only these two states man-
aged to avoid signing armistice
agreements with Israel.
Is it possible, queried the Israeli
uneasilyi that the_ State Department
does not know these facts?
Does' the State Department
know that the Arab.League has a
collective* security agreement
that arms sent to one of its mem-
Continued on Pas* U-B
A check here brought out the
fact that Mr. Weinberg scarcely
knows the President.
No one is immune from attack.
Secretary of state John Post Dulles, himself the butt of recent
criticism from Zionist groups over
the State Department's actions t it-
lowing the Kibya border incide.it
and the current proposal to aj
Arab countries, is pictured ?.i
"kowtowing to Jew Zionists
and obeying the orders of the
ternational money changers."
But the choicest invectives are
saved for the President. Smith, re-
porting on a recent "very secret-
conference held in the Caps', il
Building" and attended by "the
most important patriots in the Na-
tion's Capitol" warns his follow-
ers to beware of and "face fear-
lessly and effectively and quickly."
these conclusions:
"The ADL and other Jewish or-
ganizations are running the White
House."
letti to Appear
Recital Here
Jean Bedetti. former first cellist
I the Boston Symphony Orchestra
nd for the past six years Profes-
J" of Cello and Chamber Music at
PC University of Miami School of
**, will be presented in recital
r Beaumont Hall on Monday eve-
ning, February 22nd, 8:30 p.m.
J'n addition to occupying first
Pr with the Boston Symphony
P 29 years, Mr. Bedetti has made
F-quent appearances as soloist
t'1?that "hestra and many other
)or orchestras in this country.
ZT a ,eacher of chamber
I,Mc at, 'he Berkshire Music Cen-
Imln '" Masshusetts. for
W e,rs and has continued his
Ifw m?MPrepann8 youn musicians
Inlfo W^nce in chamber
Rffi.rt s,nce he 'oined the
^?l|il, 1948.
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Home for Aged Plans Annual Meeting
On February 28th; Reports to be Given
Abe Kurman. president of the
Jewish Home for (he Aped, an-
nounced this week that the ninth
annual membership meeting of the
Home will take place at Tibujifas
Gardens,. 160 NE 53rd Street. Mi-
ami, on Sunday, February 28th. 2
p.m. Some 500 of the Home's 2.500
members are expected to attend
when reports of 1953 activities and
future plans will be given.
One of the highlights of the
meeting, according to Kurman. will
Wise Hadassah Meets
Discussion Group of the Stephen
s Wise Hadassah will meet at the
home of Mrs. Benjamin Alpehn.
S25LUARY
1945 Normandv n*
feach, on Monday, %L
hePLkSChr;dU:Cd ^
me Dook.^Th.. Goodly Un
Abe Kurman
be the report of Baron de i:
r on the results <>t the n
raising campaign for the Ab-
Memorial building Serving
de Hirscli Meyer ;,- ke> lead-
ers in the campaign were David
Phillips and (ol. .lack Arvej
Construction plans are now be-
rmulated by a Building Com-
mittee comprised ol S. L. Bern-
baum, chairman; Leon BaCOOS are
Barney l.ee. co-chairmen: Sidney
Ansin, Col. Arvey, Daniel Broad.
Jack Carner, Ben Fleeman, Dr.
David Phillips
will be reported on by Mrs
Sol Silvi rman president The Au\-
with 1.800 members, con-
tribute $18,000 yearlj to the
I udget and also
has v contributions to its
i build
chairman of the
I, will preside at the annual
' tertaihment will be
. led bj Cantor Edward Klein,
: v rth Shore Jewish Center, who
will be accompanied by Herman
Fried ai fhe piano!
I he Home i- a beneficiary ag
encj "i the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. The Homi leadership
plays a major role in the 1954 Com
billed Jewish Appeal, irom which
the Hume receives 40 percent of
its lotal budget.
Brotherhood Week Marked
Emma Lazarus clubs of Greater
Miami will celebrate Brotherhood
Week on Wednesdaj evening, Feb-
ruary 24th. 8 p.m.. at the Jewish
Cultural Center
Ittaav to Spvah
At (.olilcn \tjt>
Vrvsvntation
Albert I. Isaac, principal of Ada
Merritt Junior High School, will
be guest speaker at the fourth an-
nual presentation of the Golden
\ i English class of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Town Branch, on Sunday. 1'ebru-
arj 21st, 2:3-p'm.
A capacity Viillicnco'is expected
when the English class presents a
playlet entitled. Monday Evening
At 7:30. which will demonstrate
the various instructional methods
which lake place in their classes
Mrs. N,,ra Stark, instructor, will
be in charge of the program.
Students taking part in the pro-
gram are Mary Feldman. Henry
GaiisAn, Lilhe Garison. Esther, Gil-
enko, Minnie Kanner, Lena Keller,
Gussie Kimelhhn, Anna Kurland.
Vetta Slotnickr Louis Weintraub
and Rose Weint.raub._
Samuel Gertman, M. J. Kopelowitz.
Kurman, de Hirsch Meyer A. J.
Paul and David Phillips.
Representing the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation on the commit-
tee are Emil Gould. Sam Resnick
and Max C. Gettinger. The archi-
tects are Loewenberg and Loewen-
berg. of Chicago, wilh Irvin Korach
as local associate architect.
Activities of the Women's Aux-
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PEBRUARY 19, 1954
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PAGE 3 B
ate'ned Says
f. Oppert
Ly. cecuriiv both here and
rjs threatened in 1954 as it
V-m members of the liquor
L. mat told at the third an-
fmch of the Combined Jew-
Kal Liquor Division.
mePaulettc Oppert. French
m underground leader and
traveler, addressed the trade
|a! the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
1 Sunday morning, launching
Industry drive.
Enumerated threats by Ara-
iders against the state of Is-
pd the dangers of boycott
Cockade as examples of Ins-
tating itself in the Middle
iere is no peace in Israel be-
jher unfriendly neighbors do
ish to see a democratic nation
jhthey refuse to sit at the
(table to negotiate," Madame
: stated.
Li is building a democracy,
Xjd, where many thousands of
E children, rescued from
i in European war-torn cities,
low find haven and grow with
Tew nation. These children are
|iope of the future, she de-
fame Oppert was personally
Irsible during the war for the
It i thousands of homeless chil-
i whom she saved from Nazi
ferities.
I Rost acted as master of cere-
*s and chairman of the
(ch. assisted by Jay Weiss, Mar-
gin and Leo "Chick" Chai-
npaign chairman Aaron M.
ktr delivered a talk to the
|ers in the Liquor Division
plus-giving and coverage of
heir assignments,
rhard Hunter, Jr., former
|da State Beverage director,
sized the civic responsibili-
|of members of the liquor in-
' in major community philan-
bies such as the Combined
i Appeal.
thi Burak is
ivh Visitor
|bbi and Mrs. Aaron Burak are
ding their annual winter vaca-
|on Miami Beach at the Victor
Rabbi Burak is a dean at
hva University in New York
Ithor of the recently published
I, Flowers Of Aaron, in Hebrew
D'iddish, Rabbi Burak will be
1 an affair of the Greater
Mizrachi Organization on
|rday evening in the Victor Ho-
Rabbi has been conducting
during the Friday evening
Shabbat at the Victor since
rival here.
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Mrs. Jack S. Mintzer was host
at her home, 6440 North Bay Road,
this week for a meeting of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Lunch-
eon Unlimited Committee.
According to Mrs. Morris Alpert,
overall chairman of the event.
Luncheon Unlimited will mark a
milestone in Women's Division his-
tory in this community.
mm*- ,d^_
The event will be held in the
Miami Beach Auditorium on March
15th, and will be devoted to mass
participation by women of the en-
tire Jewish community of Dade
County.
Appointments of co-chairmen
and arrangements committees will
be announced shortly according to
Mrs. Alpert.
Herman Eisenberg. executive director ol the Hebrew Academy
looks on as Sidney Rubinowitz (center), president of the Fath
er's Club, makes award of a plaque to outgoing presiden
Irving Firtel. Firtel is president of the Optimist Club, a gradu
ate of New York University College and Law School and per
manent vice president of the graduating class. He was presi
dent of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, is re-
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Beach and Florida Bar Associations, Justice of Subordinate
Form of Miami Beach, Elk's Lodge chairman and is on the
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Miss Gruber Will
Address Food
Division Affair
Ruth Gruber. special foreign cor-
respondent to the New York Her-
ald Tribune, who has recently re-
turned from her fifth trip to Is-
rael, will speak at the third annual
1 i .hI Division dinner, on February
23rd. in behalf of the Combined.
Jewish Appeal. '
Announcement of Miss Grafter's'
jippearunc<> here was made by Aar-
on Weihklo. Division chairman.
The event will be held in the
Panorama Room ot the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel and will be attend
ed by representatives oi all allied
groups included in the food in-
dustries.
Miss Gruber will deliver the prin-
cipal address of the evening, she
i- the author of the recent best
si Her, Israel Without Tears
Max Handshu and Bernard Stev
eni are co-chairmen assisting W( in
kle in the CJA Food Division, one
of 40 trade groups included in
the campaigns Business and Pro-
fessional Division headed by Sam
Heintan.
Dinner Committee includes Mel-
vin Weinkle, Julian Weinkle, Abe
Maloff, Herbert Sher. Louis Jos
ephson. Murray Mattes, Sam Bad
Robert Felik, Aaron Neiss,
Harry August, Marvin Rosenberg,
Mortie N'eiman. Mike Adler
c,'hen.and Phil Romer.
FHIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. J
Leukemia Association
Sets Tag Day Here
Board of Directors f ih t 1
kemia Association here 1, U\
Pre last we_
'or the new terJ
' Presidents wel
\Wlliam m. j|l
named officers
Elected as vice
Max Paul and
Creagh.
Others are Mrs 1 1. Kun.
NbWM^ofMeculr^dfiB
the Leukemia Association.
Annual Winter Carnival I
Set at Grossinger Hotel
GROSSINGER. NY -The Gn
singer Country Club's 39in ,_
winter carnival will be held Man
5 enlist in General Mobilization drive in behali of the I J*J> through 21st, 1 owr oiyojj
Mrs. William Kneapler. Hialeah. co-chairman; Rabbi Harry B. Ettinger; Mrs. Nathan
Becker Miami Springs co-chairman; Abraham Fraidlin. Hialeah. Standing rear Heft to right)
are Nils Krupp. Miami Springs, supervisor of Trades Division; Mrs. Sol Fox, Hialeah; F. A.
Rapps, Miami Springs; Mrs. Lester Kahn, Hialeah; Sol Fox, Hialeah. Also on Committee and
not shown are Dr. Nathan Friedman, Miami Springs, supervisor of Professional Division; Mrs.
Leo Gelvcn, Hialeah; Harold Kravitz, Hialeah; Mrs. B. Lenders. Hialeah; Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Lord, Hialeah William Malcolm, Hialeah; Mrs. Ely Rainbow, Hialeah; Mrs. Sandville
Smith. Virginia Gardens, Miami Springs; and lohn Strunin, Miami Springs^__________________
Film Showing Slated
At Miami Library
A film showing of a one-hour
r production by Dr. Theodore
Ft Jackman will be held in the Mi-
mi Public Library on Wednesday
evening, February 24th at 8 p.m.,
. cording to an announcement this
v fl.-k by Mrs, Helga Eason ol the
ary's i i munit) relatii i
....
Jackman has traveled (\
t< irsivelj thro igh Israel during the
2Q years and studied at the
\ aerican School ol Oriental Re-
- areh in Jerusalem, specializing in
ifijogy and Biblical typo-
graphy, .
ihe film is a recording of Dr.
and -Mrs. Jackman's most recent
tow of the Jewish State late last
year and concentrate- on covering
the Jordan River valley from the
1 n to the Huleh swamps.
According to an announcement
here, the film includes scenes tak-
en at the contested canal. Bnot
Yaacsje; now a pivotal point before
the United Nations.
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.-cheduled to include Biblical an-
tiquities on exhibition
Chamber of Commerce
To Take Stand on Fires
Jacksonville The Florida State
Chamber of Commerce tore.try di-
vision, headed b) W T Edwards,
will take a dctermn l< in re
ducing needless wildfires thai last
year caused a 00 I iss ol
tin State's l m -t resources
Acting Governor Charlej Johns
tin- week gave strong support to
this ol ectiyd by |ddressing a let-
ter to law enforcement officials
throughout \i < (Rate, calling for
vigomu- nft-eqption "; those
charged wiCta Illegal burning point-
in- out that 58"per cent oi the un-
lawful tiies were set intentionally
tion Law which prOvldi a felon)
in spite ol Florida's Forest Protec-
penalty lor such violation
Israeli Scholar Arrives
For Seminary Lecture
NEW YORK Dr. Yehuda Leo
Kohn, distinguished Israeli schol-
ar and diplomat, arrived here this
wet k in order to deliver the major
address al the opening session of
the Seminary Israel Institute, a
lecture forum sponsored jointly by
Sherman Adler to Speak
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts
I eting at 2100 Washington Av-
enue, will hear Sherman Adler in
a talk on: The Dynamics Of Hu-
manism The affair is slated for
February 19th at 8:30 p.m.
Monf/cefJo Group Schedules
Annual Hadassah Affair
The Greater Miami Monticello
Social Group, consisting of Sulli
van County, Monticello. New York.
residents who are visitor- and resi-
dents of Creater Miami and who
formerly resided "i Monticello ind
other part- ot Sulrivan County, will
hold an annual alfair for the bene-
fit of Hadafeah on Tuesday. Fob
ruary 23rd. 1 p.m., at the Monte
Carlo Hotel.
Mr-. Julius M. Rosenthal. honor-
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Chapter of Hadassah, is honorarj
chairman. Others are Mrs. Louis
J. Sussman, chairman; Mrs. David
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jLOBAL SHORTS
Bin Bans Arms to Egypt;
emand Tougher Stand
fToNDON (JTA) The British
Wnment disclosed. thi. week
Z it had rcimposcd its embargo
, Lr material for Egypt because
'Lyptian hostility." The dis-
ures came amidst mounUng de-
unds in Parliament that Britain
T. a tougher stand towards the
Lib regime as resentment grew
Efr Egvplian attacks on British
Lilians and military personnel in
Lpt and the Suez Canal area and
Eer Egyptian interference with
ritish ship- bound for Israeli
rts._________________
hilean President Ibanez
deceives HIAS Representative
SANTIAGO (JTA) General
ianez President of Chile, receiv-
Henrv Sh..>hkes, HIAS repre-
lentative. this week and discussed
iith him the immigration situa-
|i(in here as it pertains to Jews. To
|)r Sbo&hkes review of the limited
Immigraticn facilities available to
Uewi>h immigrants, the President
Coplied that Chile needed techni-
cians and farmers very badly and
lhat it wuul'1 n"' discriminate be-
[ween Jews and non-Jews.
them if the Nazi Swastikas are re-
moved, told a lecture audience at
nearby Alsfeld that he had receiv-
ed more than 1,000 "abusive let-
ters." General Hasso von Manteuf-
fel, said he favored removal of
the swastikas becuase he believed
that reintroduction of swastika
decorations would give rise to
"misunderstandings" abroad. A
similar proposal for legalizing the
wearing of World War II decora-
tions "cleansed" of the Nazi sym-
bol has been recommended by a
Bonn Government advisory board.
status with the World Health Or-
ganization, it was announced here.
The agency was admitted, after its
application had previously been
denied, under a broadening of
WHO admissions criteria to ad-
mit "sectional" groups and to al-
low admission of more than one
nongovernmental agency working
in the same field.
Bennike Inspects Israel Water
Project on Jordan River
JERUSALEM (JTA) Maj. Gen.
Vagn Bennike. head of the United
Nations truce observance forces in
Palestine, personally inspected the
Jordan River canal at Bnot Yaak-
against which Syria has pro
ler.*l -C..L. u #_* _i "lested an* i^ard explanations on
Israel leeks New Safeguards the spot from Isrw-fi members of
For Peoce in Middle East
Ben Toaster Reelected to
Third Term as HIAS President
NEW YORK (JTA) Ben Tous-
ter was relected to his third term
as president of the Hebrew Immi-
grant Aid Society, the organiza-
tion announced. Murray I. Gurfein
and Mrs. Herman J. Leffert were
renamed vice presidents, and Mrs.
Leffert was reelected president of
the HIAS Women's Division.
LONDON (JTA) Ambassador
Eliahu Elath of Israel declared this
week that his country was deter-
mined to safeguard its interests
j by addition of more specific safc-
I guards to existing international
guarantees for preservation of
peace in the Middle East and by
strengthening the country's ability
to defend itself from physical at-
tack. Mr. Elath's declaration made
in an address before the Anglo-
Israeli Club, stressed Israel's de-
sire to work with the United Na-
tions in preventing a new outbreak
of war in the Middle East.
Former Austrian Minister is
Charged with Misuse off Funds
VIENNA i JTA I Dr. Peter
Ixrauiand. who was the Austrian
Cabinet Minister responsible for
Iconfiscated Jewish property after
It hi- liberation of Austria, and is
[now being tried on charges of mia-
|u.se of his office for personal gain,
has charged that top Austrian po-
litical leaders advised him to get
out of the country rather than
hand trial. Dr. Krauland, who is
member of the Peoples Party.
dominant group in the coalition
[government, said that former
IChancellor Leopold Figl, of his par-
ity and Vice Chancellor Adolf
Ischaerf, of the Social Democrats.
lolfered this advice.
Priest Asks Pro-Israel Policy
As "Reparations" for Jews
BRUSSELS (JTA) The murder
of 6.000,000 Jews in Europe during
World War II demands reparations
to the Jewish people in the form
of "pro-Israel policies" by the
European powers. Father Riquet
of the Cathedral of Notre Dame of
Paris told a public meeting here
last week.
World Health Organization
Grants 0SE Official Status
GENEVA (JTA) The World
OSE Union, Jewish health organ-
ization has been given official
Former Hitler General is
lAssailed for Swastika Plea
FRANKFt'RT (JTA) A former I
|Xjzi General who recently suggest
Jed that holders of German military
Idecorations be permitted to wearl
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Library of Congress Exhibits
Copy of Mishnah Torah
WASHINGTON (JTA) A copy
of Maimonides' Mishnah Torah
published in Istanbul in 1509 has
been placed on display at the Li-
brary of Congress as part of an
exhibit of Turkish literature ar-
ranged in honor of the visit of
Turkish President Celal Bayar to
this country. The Mishnah Torah.
completed by Maimonides in the
12th century, is a 14-volume com-
pendium of the Talmud, religious
guide and complete codification of
Biblical and Rabbinic law.
the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Armistice
Commission. Gen. Bennike, who
visited the development while en
route to Damascus to confer with
Syrian Government, was also
shown the Arab land holdings on
the east bank of the river which
would be affected by tiie project.
Regional Development Plan
Not Acceptable, Leaders Say
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Arab states will never accept the
American plan for developing the
water resources of the Jordan Riv-
er valley which Eric Johnston,
President Eisenhower's special en-
voy, has urged upon them, the
Egyptian Government said in a
Cairo broadcast. The broadcast
noted reports that Mr. Johnston
was to leave the United States this
month for a second Middle East
tour to discuss this plan, drawn up
by TVA experts, and secure Arab
acceptance.
Warsaw Radio Unleashes
Yiddish Attack on Goldmann
LONDON (JTA) A violent of-
fensive against the Israel Govern-
ment and against Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann. chairman of the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany, has been unleashed by
the Warsaw radion in a series of
Yiddish-language broadcasts. Dr.
Goldmann, leading figure in the
negotiations which led to West
Germany's agreement to pay $822,-
000.000 in reparations to Israel and
the Jewish people, was assailed for
allegedly having stated that diplo-
matic relations would be establish-
ed between Israel and West Ger-
many.
Zamora Center Slates
Charity Festival Here
A charity smorgasbord festival,
sponsored by the Sisterhood of Za-
mora Jewish Center, will be held
on Sunday, February 21st, 4:30
p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Friedson. 1691 Nethlia Drive.
Proceeds will go to the Torah
and Scholarship Fund of the Cen-
ter. Mrs. Bernard Chesman, chair-
man of the Board of Directors of.
the Sisterhood, said that the festi-
val is open to the public, as well
as to members.
Mrs. Friedson is chairman in
charge of arrangements, and Mrs.
Philip Catsman and Mrs. Arthur
Borok are co-chairmen.
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Flagler Production
Opens on Saturday
Saturdav. February 20th. i< op-
ening night of Fanny Get Your
Gun at the Flagler Granada Jewish
Community Center.
Two additional performances
will be presented on Sunday. Feb-
ruary 21st, and Saturday. Febru
arv 27th. The show, an original
musical comeTJy written by Mickey
Gittleson and Miriam Schiff, "has
broken all pre-sale records."
Ed Moore, director of the show,
is also taking a lead acting role.
Others in the cast include Wynn
Lapin. Al Ziegler. Fran Immerman,
Rosalie Hirschberg, Bob Tauber,
Jack Block. Joe Masters, Nal Trau-
nian. Ben Clein and Aaron Shapiro.
The chorus line, directed and
led by Millie Dreiser, consists <>i
Shirley Seligman, Ida Cram. Na-
omi Levine. Frances Landers, Han-
ah Malin. Evelyn Clein and Gladys
Beck.
Leo de Sola is in charge ol the
music. Members working on the
production are Lou Bush, business
manager; Dinah Shapiro, costumes;
Ed Peyser and Phil Schiff, settings;
and Sylvia Kirschner, makeup.
New Jersey Assembly
Condemns Anti-Semitic Paper
TRENTON (JTA) The New
Jersey State Assembly, Lower
House of the Legislature, unani-
mously adopted a resolution last
I week condemning Common Sense,
; an anti-Semitic sheet published by
i Conde McGinley. The resolution
expressed "abhorrence of the or-
i I'.mized campaign of prejudice and
bijetry" conducted by Common
Sense nnd'nrffpd that it was edited
by a "bigot who is anti Negro, anti-
Catholic and anti-Jew."
^S^^UARY^
West Miami chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal Gen-
eral Mobilization is Nelson S. Chaplin 'seated right). He is
shown with Jack Nemeth. Harry Klein and Bernard Supworth
setting plans for community solicitation beginning February
18th. Also on committee but not shown are Jesse Teitler and
Fred Belsky.
Picnic at Crandon Park
Golda Myerson club. Pioneer
Women's Organization, will hold .i
picnic at Crandon Park on Sun
day, February 2st. 12:30 pm Mrs
Vera Zeltzer i< chairman of the
affair, scheduled to meet at 1'it No
1, with the Mesdames Anna Frey,
Rose Gersten and Rose Mark- act-
ing as co-chairmen. Proceeds arc
for Moatzet Haoalot,
I *f Music SclnHfl IS'-sumcs I t-uluiv
Thursday Jean Bedetti and Jo-
seph Tarply in a joint sonata re-
cital for cello and piano: and Fri-
day Dominique de Lerma in a
1 program on music of the Baroque
period
Beth El Radio Hour
The Beth El radio hour over Sta-
tion VVMII-:. Friday from 4 to 4:30
p m., will present Dr Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky in an address entitled;
What Do You Look Like
Dickinson Letter Here
The Miami Public Library is cur-
rently displaying with biographies
and books oi poetry by Emily Dick-
inson, an original letter bj the
American poetess. The letter Ma-
leaned for the exhibit by Miami's
The University oi Miami School
ni Music tin- week announced the
resumption ol it- feature program
over station w v c <. Monday
through Friday, 12 to I p m
The program will again be un-
der the supen ision ol Dr William
Spielberg, 1519 Robbia, Coral Ga-
ble- Dr. Spielberg is a New York
surgeon and winter resident here,
lie occupies a first violin seat with
the i m Symphony.
The feature Is now in its second
war. according to the announce-
ment. Scheduled are appearances
by members of the facultj and stu-
dents.
Dr. Spielberg indicated this week
that the programs will include the
following for the period February
22nd through 26th:
MondayRalph A. Harris in a
discussion on music in the time of
Washington; Tuesda) Victor
Stern in a viola recital: Wednes
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March 21st
-.linn Beth Jacob will
^SsScnt. Morris B
I, .t a testimonial banquet on
r Mrch 2sl The affair, o
binS.Wlu.man Social Hal.
(Slendered Franklin tribq*
^he congregation.
_id Whitman, past President
honorary president of the
Nation, has assumed chair-
S of the event. Assisting
1 Leo Mever, Joseph Cohen,
"i-rner William Mechlowitz,
Galbut. Louis Makovsky.
Jacob Kan and Louis Shafkin
MWes Mescheloff. spiritual
. of the congregation, is over-
iJvisor.
nk a local resident, for tlje
, years, has served the Con-
ation in various offices during
oast 25 vears He was formerly
bdent for five years and was
back to that office in 1952.
.sides with his family at 1031
Avenue, and is the father of
nj Beach Councilman Bernard
tank, a member of the Beth
L Board "1 Directors.
Child Rescue Festival
At Monticello Park
Mrs. Sam Pollack and Mrs. Jacob
Plitt will be hostesses at a musicale
and film festival for Child Rescue
oi the 1'ioneer Women's Organiza-
tion on Sunday evening. February
21st, 8 p.m., at Monticello Park
Congregation. Guest speaker will
be Harry Woll. New York Jewish
educator and Labor Zionist leader.
Myrna Wexler will present the mu-
sical program.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY '5IVEN lhnl
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
IiiihIiiohh under The fiotitloiiK name of
MUNICIPAL. Al'TO BALES, nl L'u.yi
N.W. ifU Street, Miami. IntenilH I"
register Maid name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
M .1. FRIEDMAN
LEONARD .1 KAUSH
Attorney for Applicant
2060 DuPoiit Blrig.
2'19-2 l/S-U
Demurs' frmak
kodwill Group Meeting
[ ,k d rdon has been
ted |r
re
for a second
0I ihe Washington Federal
LssocJatioej.
named for a sec-
term include Michael Sleek-
vice pn -i lent; Ben Ciller,
presiden! Ceorge W. Hiraeh,
president a n d comptroller;
[- .ir II i o irshon secret**/! and
lion M Gaynor, treaniMr.
lack R I nurshon was elected
in,. Boil I I Directors at a pre-
nweting hold January 20th.
Compare
TET1EY TEA
with any other brand
jhwartzman to Speak
Menorah Group of Hadassah will
ir Louis Schwartzman, executive
ector of the Bureau of Jewish
ucation. in ;i discussion on his
trip to Israel. The group
ets on Wednesday evening, Feb-
- 24th. 8.15 p.m.. at the home
i. and Mrs. Julian Wernkle,
Toledo. Coral Gables.
IZFA to Meet
University of Mlabi Chapter of
the Intercollegiate'Zionist Federa-
tion of American will meet on Sun-
day. February 21st, 8:15 p.m.. in
the upper lounge of the UM Stu-
dent Club.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW -
NOTICE is- HEREBY dlVEN thai
tn.- undersigned, deaiiing to engage i"
business under the fictitious name* of
MIAMI LOCK, MIAMI LOCK A KEY.
MIAMI LOCK A- HOOK, at 1170 B.W.
sth Street. Intends to raglatar said
name ith the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of l'ad.- County, I'lorida.
UAL'RICE HAW, Bole Owner
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Applii anl
OI) mpl Bids.
! It 24 1/5-12
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
H HEREBY (HVEN that
"alrliiK to encage In
business undW tli>- 111.IE CRASS M'lTKl.. at H32SVI-
llns Aveniif, Miami Beach, Dade
County. Ma., intend to register aaftd
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Itade County. Florida.
SUNNY REACH
APARTMENTS CORP. and
S'I'.VNY ISI.KS
RILTMORE CORP., Owners
BERICK, SHAPIRO FRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
2MS-26 S/f-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166462
tiERTRl'DE ELISll. Plaintiff.
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DIVORCE
FAMOUS
MNCI 1*17
then Compare
TETLET TEA
with any
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to emcuKe In
business under the fictitious name of
OCEAN HHDRE M'lTKL. at 1x601
Colllna Avenue, Miami Beach, Dade
County. I'la intend* to register laid
num.. with the Ctork of the Circuit
tourt of bade County, Florida.
THE PORBL'R CORPORATION,
i iu lit I
BERICK, BHAPIRI I a PRIED
Aitot.....\^ for Applicant!
120 l.iu,,,In Road
2 19-24
MAX ELISll. l>.-f,
SUIT FOR
MAX ELISH
I !'..
I:. rgenfleld, Men J
You ;n. hereb) notified that a Rill
of i 'omplalnt' for l H> oi i ha bet n
' u d '.:iiiist you. and \.....
quired i" serve .i pop) of your Answer
i ..i nt lo the Blfl of <'omplalnl on
the plalntlffi Attorney. KKssi.Ki: &
DARS 1782 W Flakier Siie.l. Miami.
i. and file the original Answer
m Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit court on or before the
10th ita) of March, 1854 if you fall
t.. do so. Judgment bj default will be
taken against vou for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
'This nolle*'shall be published once
each week for four ek.nsei utlve weeks
in THE JEWISH KDRIDIAX.
HONE AND oR|if?RHD at Miami.
Eloiida. this IGth day of February,
A I i PC. I.
K. I!. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Plorlda
nv wm. w. btockino,
rcirratl Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
2/19-26 3/"--12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY ISIVEN that
the undersigned it Irlni to t ngage In
business under i he flctll us name ol
TOW ER SALES ii IMPANY, at 120
N.W. 4lrd I'l....... Miami. Florida, in-
tends to reglstei said name witli the
Clerk of tn. c Court ol Dade
1 ouul I 'I id.I
HURRAY COOPER
PRANK COHN
At tome] for Tower Sales Companj
2 19-21 3 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M ITICE is HERRHY IIIVEN that
the undersigned, dashing to engage in
- undei the fli l Itloui name ol
SOUTHERN ADVERTI8INO SERV-
ICE, in iH Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach, Intends lo register said name
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166369
EVE tv.NKlLU Plaintiff
HCC.H O'NEILL Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO Hl'C.H O'NEILL
1320 Thieriot Avenue
New York. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
shove entitled cause and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
Hie Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the
orlglnal in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the Itth
day of March. 1W..4. otherwise a Decree
Pro Colifesso will lie entered afainst
Mill
This notice shall be published once
with the Clerk of tli.
of li-ide Couyt- Plot Ida
MRS. HANNAH
Sole Owner
A. J. KAI'l-AN
Attorney for Applicant
23S Lincoln Road
1 I2-1W-^H 3
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n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. 2/12-l-.b .1
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12lh "
da) "f I'eliruaiy. 19.14. ......
E H LEATHBRMAN,
Clark, Circuit Court
By: WM w stiickinc.
Deputy clerk
[ALLOT, SII.ER MILLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress lluildiiig. Miami. Florida
! |S-M 3/.ri-l2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166194
IN RE
ADDITION OP
JOSEPH NICHOLAS RAI.A7.S
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: Joseph Balass
Address I'nknown
You are hereby notified that a Peti-
tion for the Adoption of JOSEPH
NICHOLAS i:\I.AZS has heen filed.
and vou are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or other Pleadins to
the Petition for Adoption on Petition-
ers attorney. SHELDON N. LEL-
CHI'K. 701 Beybold Huildlnit. Miami
32, Florida, and file the original Ans-
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IN TH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR MDE
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HARRY CtXJPER. I'lalntlff,
vs.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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In the year 1934. some 300 com-
munities in the United States shook
off the doldrums of the then cur-
rent depression long enough to ob-
serve something called Brother-
hood Day. The observance caused
only a ripple of response in thej
participating communities and it
received virtually no national rec-
ognition But to a group of men
and women banded together in an
organization known as the National
Conference of Christians and Jews.
that day in April 1934 was excit-
. ing and inspirational. And in Den-
ver. Colorado, a Catholic priest,
Monsignor Ihibh MecManamin, was
: seeing the fulfillment of an idea
he had almost casually proposed to
I the National Conference, two years
previously.
Those who worked to promote
that first Brotherhood Day saw it |
become full week's observance in
1940, and four years later, more
than 2.(100 communities, among
which for the first time every
state was included, celebrated
Brotherhood Week. Today, the an-
nual observance has taken on all
the character of an American insti-
tution with more than 10,000 com-
munities participating. Since 1940.
the Brotherhood Week dates have
always been the full week that in-
clude- Washington's Birthday; this
year. February 21st through 28th.
Although Brotherhood Week is
HOW 1 definite part of the Amer-
ican scene, it is a paradox that
comparatively little is known about
president of the organization since
its founding. In addition to Mr.
it- sponsor, the National Confer- \ Straus, the other current co-chair-
ence of Christiana and Jew -
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews with a pro-
fessional staff of experts in the
field of human relations is a non-
profit organization, entirely sup-
ported by voluntary contributions.
As an organizal
man is Mrs. Benson Ford. Presi-
dent Dwight D. Eisenhower is the
honorary national chairman for
Brotherhood Week.
The founders adopted a program
that has guided the organization
intary contributions, throughout its history and is a jRart
alion. it keeps well of its by-laws: "To promote ius
in the background performing its j tice. amity, understanding and co-
task of fighting prejudice and big-1 operation among Protestants. Cath-
otry through a vast network of olics and Jews, and to analyze,
community organizations, religious moderate and finally eliminate in-
groups, educational institutions, tergroup prejudices which disfig
labor-management groups, and all ure and distort religious, business,
forms of mass media of communi i social and political relations, with
cation In each of these categories | a view to the establishment of a
of American life, the National Con social order in which the religious
ference enlists the active and vol- ideals of brotherhood and justice
untary support of lay leaders in shall become the standards of hu
both its program and consultation man relationships."
service- And therein lies its | urhiu k *t..,;_ ~
strength and effjXness as toLTtAKX 9
policies and the direct applications jCL,,. ,,"'':. ? ..T?
pplica..
of it- work are in the hand- of its
lay leadership.
Founding of the National Con-
ference grew out of the pre.-iden
inference
through re-
ligious groups, it is not it.stlf a
religious organization, rather, it
is a group of religiously motivated
men and women whose purpose it
i- to eradicate prejudices and big-1
Ual j;;.mpa.gn of 1928, which was | otry through educational programs'
Last year, according to Dr. Clin-
ch)-, the National Conference ar-
an- Hughes, former Secretary of
War. Newton I) Baker anil S.
I'arkes Cadman, pa-t president nf
the Federal Counci of 325, r*S l*T P** for n'700
Christ in America "urcnes 0I schools and colleges; 8.500 church
They were joined by Roger W
Straus, elected first Jewish na-
tional co-chairman, a post he has
held without interruption for 25
es and synagogues; 2,200 women's (
clubs. 1.650 service clubs; 120
youth groups: and 525 national
community organizations. Its radio
- and television programs and spot
cverett H CUnchy, announcements resulted in 350
million home impressions. In ad-
dition, it held 9,300 institutes,
workshops and group leader con-
ferences, and distributed 2,800.000
pieces of literature
It maintains 62 regional offices
spotted throughout the United
States.
The National Conference does
not seek a merger of religious
bodies, nor does it seek to weakei
the loyalties or modify the distinc-
tive beliefs of any creed It dow
seek to demonstrate that all creed)
can work together to achieve the
goals of brotherhood, and that all
men and women of whatever re-
ligion, race or national origin can
work together and live together in
mutual respect for the very differ-
ences that make them individuals,
with each giving to the other the
rights and dignities that one claims
for himself.
At present, the National Confer-
ence is engaged in a nationwide
inventory of our moral and spir-
itual resources for brotherhood. It
is expected that the results of thi*
survey will be made into a report
to be given to the President of the
United States. It i- also expected
that the report will form the basis
for new and vigorou- effort- in
putting the Brotherhood tenets in-
to action.
In speaking of the moral and
spiritual resources program. Dr
Clinchy said. "We look forward
with hope and confidence, but we
cannot assume, in the face of the
evidence around us, that the threat
of dictatorship and all its evil im-
plications is no longer with us
Communism is an ever-present
threat."
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E BUNCHE VIEWS IMPORTANCE OF
ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL SCHOOL
PAiggtB
By DR. RALPH J. BOMCMB
In my view, it is no exaggeration
I,, gay al history of no small im-
portune, is being made here at
this ground breaking ceremony for
the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine at Yeshiva University.
For this leremony records another
inspinr-L' chapter in the develop-
ment ol American democracy. We
may rellect. and most profoundly,
on the -\mbolic significance out
only for our nation, but for ^ree"
people- verywhere of what is
transpiring here.
A gn t humanitarian prospect
now takes root and will grow on
this grt und, dedicated exclusively
to the nice of man. This project
is conct.ved, supported and con-
trolled by free people in a free
society It is a' voluntary effort,
express ng, in the finest sense,
rr.;in c< mpassion for man.
K pn idly bears an illustrious
name the name of a man of out-
ttandin) genius, a colossus among
scientists, whose contribution to
mankii knowledge and advance-
ment is so vast as to defy contem-
porary appraisal. How fitting it is
thai il new medical college, ex-
|.iiII in full dimension the spir-
it of tt lerance and brotherhood,
should lake its name from a man
who h:- -elf. to the undying shame
ol our times, had been exposed to
unspeal able bigotry.
I think it particularly appropri-
ate to emphasise that it is some-
thing :: i re than the ground break-
ing tor ureat medical college that
we cell rate, though this is of tre-
mendn importance in view of the
critical shortage of physicians. We
are witnessing practical application
ol one of our noblest ideals
the equality of man.
We n ay well ask, who could be
better qualified than the Jewish
peopli appreciate the true mean-
ing ol quality and good will in
human relations, since throughout

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their history they have suffered
so tragically and with unparal-
leled fortitude from bigotry and
malice. Who." indeed, could be bet-
ter qualified to teach well and sin-
cerely the lessons of non-discrimi-
nation than those who have so of-
ten been discriminated against?
I cannot help but reflect, as I
contemplate the integrity which
inspires the conception of the Al-
bert Einstein Medical College, to
what shame it must put those of
our nation's institutions and
there are still far too many
which discriminate against men
and women, both is their faculties
and their student-bodies, solely be-
cause of race or religion. Nor can
I help but recall, on this occasion,
my first visit to Uadaxsah Hospital
in Jerusalem in 1847 and my hap-
piness on observing that even
amidst the great .pension Jjien pxe-4
vailing, that-Jewish sponsored and
controlled Hospital ministered to
the Arab sick on the same basis as
to the Jewish sick.
It is significant that this insti-
tution is under Jewish auspices.
It is significant that it will con-
stitute a vital contribution from
the American Jewish community
to medical science and to the
health of the nation; this being,
however, but one among countless
and invaluable contributions of the
Jewish people to the progress and
development of our country. But
I hope you will pardon me if I
say quite frankly that to me the
greatest significance of the Albert
Einstein Medical College is to be
found in the fact that in its very
conception its operation is based
squarely upon principles and poli-'
cies fef non-discrimination.
These are the only principles
and policies worthy of an institu-
tion of learning in a free and demo-
cratic society. The students and
faculty of this medical college will
be subject to one qualification only
merit. There will be no religious
or racial barriers, no invidious
"quotas'*, overt or tacit. A man
or a woman looking toward asso-
ciation with this institution will
not have to ask himself or herself:
will my religion keep me out; will
the form of worship I embrace de-
termine my prospects for being a
doctor or a teacher of medicine: or,
will my race exclude me; am I of
the wrong color to cherish the am-
bition to minister to the needs of
the ill? The only question to ask
oneself when one seeks to enter
the welcoming portals that will op-
en here will be: have I the ability:
can I deliver the intellectual
goods?
This is good. This is the way it
must be in democracy, the finest
design for dignified living among
TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES .
GREETINGS FOR A BETTER BROTHERHOOD
ROBERT H. GIVENS
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free and self-respecting men ever
devised. But there is cause for con-
cern also. For if there is reason
for elation that an institution vol-
untarily undertakes to fulfill the
real promise of our democracy, this
in itself is a measure of how long
still is our journey along the road
to good human relations, how wide
St^ .tbe.iJap between ideal and
practice. What this institution is
doing ought not be unusual any-
where in our society. It ought not
even be news. It should be na-
tural, casual and taken for grant-
ed. But there can be no doubt
that in our country we are on the
right road and are going in the
right direction. We make progress
in our human relations, and in re-
cent years at a greatly accelerated
rate.
It is a splendid coincidence that
this ground-breaking takes place'
during United Nations week at
the very beginning of the ninth
year of the historic United Nations
effort to preserve peace, to con-
serve human resources, and to pro-
mote human freedom and well-be-
ing. What is being undertaken
here is at once symbolic of and
gives expression to fundamental
ideals of the United Nations the
equality, dignity and well-being of
men and women of every race,
creed and station.
In the ultimate sense, the spirit
behind this medical college is the
key to man's salvation the appli-
cation of the pristine spirit of good
will and brotherhood to the rela-
tions among men. This good deed
gives hope and encouragement to
all who believe that there can be
a far better world, that noble ideals
can be converted into living real-
ity.
In the years to come, ,great men
of science will work for the good
of humanity in the classrqoms and
laboratories to be erected here.
And more important still, they will
work in an atmosphere of true
harmony.
May the Albert Einstein Medical
College ever prosper in a world
of free and peaceful peoples in
which all men will walk with dig-
nity and security.
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By CARL M. SAUNDERS
They call her the "busiest ship
in the fleet" the aircraft carrier
l.evte. She had been with the fleet
off Korea for four months, and
now on this October day she was
just about ready to return to active
duty after 10 months in the Bos-
ton Navy yard for overhaul.
It is a tragic whimsy of fate
that this ship, which had won two
battle stars in Korean action with
a minimum of casualties, should
now suffer disaster.
The thing came suddenly.' Most
of her personnel were aboard; and
with them were civilan painters,
metal workers and other crafts-
men.
A tremendous explosion shook
the Lcyte and echoed among the
lesser craft along the Navy docks.
The I.eyte shivered and rolled as
thouRh struck by a giant wave.
Smoke seethed from below decks.
A second explosion followed;
and searing fire flamed from the
hatches and ports.
Eleven men. Stewart Osle Ward
among them, were caught in the
steward^ compartment on the
third deck. One man clambered up
a hatch into the fire and was dead.
But let tewari Ward tell it as
reported in "Time".
"Then we heard a cry from the
hatchway, and we ran over there
pulled down a burning offi-
cer He was burned beyond recog-
nition. We put blankets ;iround
him, and he said. "I am Catholic,
Gel me a chaplain My blood is
type A I told him that all of us
were trapped down there, and
there w;is nothing we could do. He
then told us t<> use ihe Morse code
and tap it out on the bulkhead."
The burned officer, with no word
of complaint or groan of pain,
carefully taught the seamen how
to signal SOS by tapping.
"Then." continued Stewart
Ward, "he said, 'I>et us pray'.
"He led us in the Lord's Prayer."
Rescue crews responded to the
tapping of SOS; but it was too late
for Lieut. Leonard M. DeRose. He
was dead.
He was a Catholic. With him as
he died and among those who join-
ed him in the Lord's Prayer were
Protestants of various denomina-
tions. And there were Negro mess
hands. Perhaps .lews.
But. trapped in the smoke and
the flames, they were all brothers.
No one curled his lip and said.
"He doesn't belong. He attends a
different church. He utters strange
prayers. He isn't one of us
And so always is the unanimous
testimony of those who have been
under lire and near death the
Brotherhood of Man then becomes
real and unquestioned. There are
no chasms of disagreement then.
Must man always stare into the
L OBSERVANCE MUST BE PELT
IF ITS IMPACT IS TO CONTINUE
By OVETA CULP HOBBY
Secretary of Health. Education
and Welfare
The one drawback to annual ob-
servances of any kind is that out
of habitude, we tend to become
phrasemakers who no longer listen
to our own pat phrases.
In all the editorials and speeches
which will be made before this
week is done, the word "brothe/-
hood" rolls off again and again un-1
til it sounds easy.
But brotherhood doesn't come in
a package. It is not a commodity
to be taken down from the shelf
with one hand it is an accom-
plishment of soul-searching, prayer
and perseverance.
Brotherhood takes self-aware
practice. The rule of thumb is a
simple one: Regard each man and
women as an individual. Not as
when they found a white man wor-
thy, could take him into the tribe
as a blood brother. The child, left
free to appreciate kindness and
generosity, sets no artificial boun-
daries on his love for people.
Others more highly educated,
more aware of self find the con-
cept of brotherhood as an intel-
lectual process.
Unfortunate are those who, in
their limitations, can never sense
the brotherhood of man.
Brotherhood realized is the ulti-
mate objective of democracy a
free, just and harmonious civiliza-
tion.
The concept of God the Father
makes all men brothers. If you
accept that concept and reject any
man. of whatever race or color, you
betray the concept and belief.
Brotherhood is a bond with God.
It is a bond of concern, of love and
a Catholic, a Protestant or a Jew. respect, and of righteousness. It
Not as a Negro, Anglo-Saxon or is the bond of togetherness.
Asiatic.
Look at the person at
the
When we speak of Americanism
and democracy, we are thinking of
character and personality of this | brotherhood. We are trying to con-
ceive of a political community, a
nation or a state, in which all men
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person for his own intrinsic qual-
itiea, and refuse to tinge that judg-
black gloom bf death to find the; ment by the irrelevant fact that
he belongs to a different race or
religion from your own.
The spontaneous feeling of
brotherhood is a mark of human
maturity. Many illiterate people
have an instinctive recognition of
brotherhood which is a thing of
the spirit. The American Indians,
common denominator of Brother-
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The answer to that question is
the reason we Americans join with
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews in marking Brother-
hood Week, and that answer must
come from our hearts
are brothers.
We ought to seek brotherhood
because we want the "peace that
passeth all understanding."
Understanding is of the mind,
but brotherhood is of the heart.
The heart prevails where the
mind fails.
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IE OF DECISION IS HERE: WILL MEN SURVIVE?
PAGE 11 B
By CHRIS COMNINEL
Teen Age Editor
flew York World-Telegram and Sun
He gets on your nerves occasion-
ally. But, you like the guy.
jli eyes may be blue and yours
brown Hi- hair sandy and yours
black. But, you're brothers and
the physical differences don't
count You ran get awfully mad
at him lor things he does. But,
never for what he is.
This i- all by way of saying that
Brotherhood Week is coming up
week of February 21st through
28th. sponsored by the National
Conference of Christians and Jews.
A week when all God's children-,
leens and adults, are asked to take
inventory.
A good bit of backslapping,
"you're my buddy" talk will go on
during this week. Take part in it",
lit you want. The movies, and
[newspapers will be full of it.
But. more important than that
I much more is the fact that
jyour- is the age of decision.
I've never met a teen who told
dialect joke with real malice. Or,
one who could say with smoulder-
|nj eyes thai he hated the boy he
kits next to in class, because his
(kin color is different.
This i- something that comes
nth age Somehow it's easier to
klame your tr >ubles with your boss
the Ik! that you go to differ-
nt churches.
The racial and religious cliches
|creamin^ how people of one na-
nality are always drunk, another
figy. yel another easy-going or
y, are all cliches that you learn.
ou're not born with these ideas,
hey are hammered into you by
(tter, di-appointed adults.
you've learned anything, you
kow that there are drunks, mis-
romantics and lazy people in
ery race in every country in the
rid even in the same families.
The teen years are years of
otherhood. Make sure it stays
kth you.
Cities hke Mew York, where you
a wonderful mix-matching of
kples, arc the places to study
nerhood,
r"ou walk into a PAL center and
! Joe Black beating Sam White to
^ulp. Not, because he hates him.
eyre boxing. Come in that same
going and watch them guarding
protecting each other on the
ne team In a basketball game.
hey're nol practising brother-
pi. The)'re not tolerating each
fr I would hate to be toler-
They're just being human
in.
wouldn't be human if you
n't gel mad sometimes. Don't
sell -conscious if you get mad
IWeone of a different religion.
or belief. As long as it isn't
I religion, color or belief that
1 you mad.
[slike with your brother. There
are times when you'd like to part
his hair in a different direction
But he's your brother just the
same.
Remember this. In any hate cam-
paign, those in the majority today,
may be the minority tomorrow. If
you've read Gulliver's Travels
think of the way the Houyhnhnms,'
plain ordinary horses, looked down
on humans.
Enjoy a good laugh and see the
joke of intolerance.
Only advice for the teens during
Brotherhood Week is Stay as,
sweet as you are!
STRENGTH LIES IN UNITY; CORDIAL
RELATIONS MUST 8E CONTINUED
By VIRGINIUS DABNEY
Editor, Richmond (Va.)
Times-Dispatch
A united country is a strong
country. Cordial relations between
the various segments of our popu-
lation tend to promote and rein-
force national unity.
No one would be happier than
Soviet Russia if the Catholics, Prot-
estants and Jews of the United
States could be brought to hate
and distrust one another. It is a
foremost objective of the Commu-
nists to stir up antagonisms end
sow seeds of discord among the
major religious groups.
Since Communists have no use
for religion, they despise members
of all religious faiths. Persons of
a religious turn of mind are not
likely to become robot-like and
obedient "comrades," for Commu-
nism decries the dignity and worth
of the individual, and the belief
that every soul has a right to wor-
ship as he pleases
Brotherhood Week, by contrast,
is based on this concept. Members
of the Protestant, Catholic and
Jewish faiths who observe this
week annually are determined that
good will among the various faiths
shall be promoted, and that those
who seek to stir up strife among
these groups shall be fought with
every legitimate means.
It is fortunate that our domestic
agencies devoted to the promotion
of strife and hatred seem to be
either dead or on the way out. Such
organizations as the Silver Shirts
appear to have vanished entirely,
and the Ku KIux Klan is almost
on its last legs, with a number of
its leaders and members in jail.
By contrast, the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
with headquarters in New York
and regional offices all over the
United States, celebrated its 25th
anniversary last year, and is be-
coming increasingly influential.
Brotherhood Week should re-
mind us of the essential objectives
for which the Conference stands,
and should cause us all to strive
for a more complete realization of
these objectives.
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are being routed in America.
Steadily and surely, in education,
employment, housing and in all
human relations, discrimination is
waining. Much remains to be done,
to be sure, and Brotherhood Week
is a reminder to us that the task
is still incomplete.
To discriminate against a man
because of race, colorr creed or
national origin is antithetical to
democracy and dangerous to Amer-
ica. In this time of democracy's
testing, we must proclaim our faith
in it and live closely by its prin-
ciples. In these days of danger to
America we can permit nothing to
undermine the unity which is so
essential to our safety. Nothing is
so destructive of unity than the
hate, discord, suspicion and bitter-
ness which prejudice breeds.
There can be no .second class
citizens in America. As we expect
each man. black and white, Jew
and Christian, native and foreign
born to bear the responsibilities
of citizenship, so we demand that
each share in its rights and privi-
leges and we seek that all shall live
in mutual respect, understanding
and friendship.
The time will come, and soon I
hope, when Brotherhood Week
will be a reminder, not of the pres-
ence of discrimination in our
midst, but of its eradication.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Ifl i85
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff and Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten officiating. The Rabbi and
the Cantor will present a cantata
in celebration of Jewish Music
Month during the Oneg Shabbat
following. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will discuss: The Divine
Presence. Junior services are at 9
a.m., under the direction of Ben-
jamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will
follow. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. A daily lecture series
on Jewish laws and customs will
be given by the Rabbi between 5:45
p.m. and 6:15 p.m. services. Daily
services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at
5:45 and 6:15 p.m.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, president of the Florida Rab-
binical Association, discussing: Un-
attainable Ideals. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Maurice Mamches
will officiate, assisted by the choir
under the direction of Miriam Don-
nerstag. Floral offerings will be
by Mr. William Weiss and Mrs. Jay
Weiss. Saturday morning services
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Begun in honor of their wedding
anniversary.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:50
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Alexan-
der Gross will deliver the sermon
on: Fashioning A Golden Image.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: Were
You Born A Helpless Sinner. Sat-
urday morning services are at 11
a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of
James Shapro. son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Shapro, will take place.
* n
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold early Friday services at
5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:30
p.m., when Eabbi Alfred Waxman
will officiate, assisted by the Cen-
ter Choir. Subject of the Rabbi's
sermon is scheduled as: Brother-
hood And Tolerance Among All
Peoples. The Oneg Shabbat follow
ing will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs B. Supworth in honor of their
following. Saturday mornin* ?
iees are at 9 a.m., when Elliot
Greenfield will become Bar Mitz
vah. Daily services are at 9 a.m.
are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitz-1 wedding anniversary. Saturday
morning services are at 9 am. Jun-
ior services will be at 11 a.m.. when
Rabbi Waxman will assist students
of the Religious School.
vah of Franklin Weiss will take
place. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 6 p.m.
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BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday Friday evening services at 5:30
morning services are at 8:30 a.m., p.m.. with late services scheduled
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will for 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morton Malav-
officiate and discuss: A Part Of A j sky will officiate and discuss: Our
Whole. At 4:15 p.m.. the Rabbi will I Children. Cantor Samuel Salkow
preach on the Weekly Portion, will render the musical portions of
Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., fol-1 the liturgy. The service will be
lowed by Shalos Seudos and dedicated to the Religious School.
Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 i The Oneg Shabbat following will
a.m., followed by a class in Mish-
na. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m.. followed
by a class in Jewish laws and cus-
toms. Gemorrah classes ara, sched-
uled for Tuesdays at 4:45 p.m.
a a
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening servies at 5:45
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmar-
yahu Swirsky will officiate and
be sponsored by the PTA. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Junior serv-
ices are at 1 a.m. Mincha will be at
5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.
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FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8 15 p.m. honoring Youth Aliyah
Sabbath. Kabhi Leon Kronish will
officiate and preach on the ser-
mon: The Land Of Promise And
The Promised Land. Saturday
morning services are at 10:46 a.m
when Warren Marc, son of Mr. ami
Mrs Jacoues Salomon. 6040 La
Gorce Drive, will become Bar Mitz
vah Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Hen-
rv Okolica officiating and discuss
Ing: Brotherhood And Charity.
Cantor Maurice Neu will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berman will
he hosts at the Oneg Shabbat tul
lowinu in honor of the Bar Mitz
vah of their son. Neil Peter, sched-
uled during Saturday morning
services at 9 a.m. Daily services are
iit 6:30 p.m. ^ ,
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Max M. Landman offi
ciating, assisted by the mixed
choir Subject of the Rabbi's ser
mon will be: A Road And A Path.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow, spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Budd,
in honor of their wedding anniver
sary, and by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Borok. in honor of their daughter,
Audrey's birthday. Early evening
services will be held at 5:20 p m..
conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill
Services will begin at 9 a.m., Sat-
urday. Rabbi Landman's sermon
will be: Human Values. Junior con
gregation will hold services at 11
a.m., in the Maloff Room. Sunday
services are held at 9 a.m. Daily
services are at 7 a.m.
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Seudos. Rabbi Swirsky will dis-
cuss the Portion of the Zohar. Can-
tor Nathan Zeichner renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Junior services are in Academy
Hall at 10 a.m. A class in Talmud is
plated for Tuesday. Thursday and
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate and dis-
officiate and chant the musical por-
tions of the liturgy Mr. and Mrs.
Travers will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat following. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m., when
Rev. Heim will discuss: Idol Wor-
ship In The Twentieth Century.
Kiddush will follow.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m.. in honor of Elliot
Greenfield, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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on the Weekly Portion. Cantor
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musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services are in the chapel at
8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
a *
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday i
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Cantor Abraham Seif will j
officiate. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., fol-1
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily serv
ices are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND '
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rab-
bi Simon April will officiate and
speak on the topic: Our Faith In
Brotherhood. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m., when
Rabbi April will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. A class in Mishna is
scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seidos.

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Harry Ettinger
will officiate and discuss: Birth Of
A Nation. George Washington's
Birthday will be marked. Cantor
Ben Grossberg will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. The
Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as:
Why I Believe In The Power Of \
Prayer. Cantor Joseph W. Malek j
and the Temple Choir will chant ;
the liturgy. Mr. and Mr- Green-
field will sponsor the Oneg Shabbal
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ffin^FgBgA"Y 19, 1954
. '
J Center Plans living Book" Talks;
ivis, Heschel, GoWin, Efros Participate
.a- .... <,t. will H* Qi/oiliiKIn nl U r*___< -_^. .
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e,ter Miami residents will be
in four lecture
available at the Center, 1701 Wash
ington Avenue.
Geortfe J. Talianoff, chairman of
the Center's program committee
and Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, chair-
man of the Living Book series will
work with Rabbi Lchrman in ar-
ranging the discussions. Organiz-
Ihe Living Book, are span, .etional representative* to the
' series committee are Mrs Joseph
Berman, Judge Irving Cypen, Mrs.
Benjamin Greene and Robert
Stone, presidents of the Sisterhood
Men's Club, PTA and Young Adult
groups, respectively.
The Monday evening series is
open to the general public, Rabbi
L* to participate in four lecture-
I .,., held of Jewish
Hory.culture and religionvsched-
31 to te given
s during the
sfrirs ill local lectures, en-
iing Book, are span-
l)V (he Miami Beach Jewish
liter in cooperation with trie"
nsh Theological Seminary of
,erir,, Rabhi Irving Lehrman,
ritual leader ol the Center, who
direct the series, announced
here this week.
here by eminent
month of
,e program
I |ir iloi'he "av's- "r Abraham
Lhua He-chel. I)r Judah (ioldinJ.Lehrman pointed out.
lod Dr. Israel Klros will be the I
,tYgTi on March 1st, 8th, 15thT
122nd Dr Davis, provost of the j ..
(wish Theological Seminary ami!
fcistant professor of American
[ i- widely known as
i authority on Jewish life in this
buntry. His talk on March 1st
be i n The Shaping Of Amer-
ican Judl
Dr Heschel, who will speak on
Ihe Spirit 01 Judaism, on March
|lh, is the author of Man Is Not
[low, widelj acclaimed for its cre-
tive approach to religious philoso-
hv. Dr. Gold in has chosen Tradi-
lon And The future as his topic.
Id Dr. Efros will speak on The
[ultural Heritage Of The Jew.
This series i a long-awaited
pportunity for our community,"
jabbi Lehrman said in announcing
he series, "and we have priced the
p-oup of four talks at a cost of
ily three dollars." Tickets are
Dr. Moshe Davis
Dr. Judah Go/din
Beth David PTA
Beth David PTA will have a
spaghetti dinner on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 21st, at 5:30 p.m. In charge
are Mrs. Jack Geyer, Mrs. Dolly
Rosenberg and Mrs. Jerome Stein.
Beach Center to May Host
At United Synagogue Seminar
Boards of eleven congregations
in the Miami area of the South-
eastern Region of the United Syna-
gogue of America will participate
in an all-day seminar at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center on Sunday,
March 7th, 10 a.m., according to
Ben Zion Ginsburg. chairman of
arrangements.
Four sessions, dealing with the
administration of congregations,
are listed as follows: Your Board
Meeting, Synagogue Administra-
tion And Financing, The School
Board And Its Functions and Acti-
vating Your Membership.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will bring
greetings at the opening session as
spiritual leader of the host congre-
gation.
The luncheon session will be
held at the Delano Hotel, when Dr.
Emil Lehman, of New York City,
assistant director of the United
Synagogue of America, will speak
on: Overall Planning For Your
Congregation.
TO ALL GREETINGS
TV IS I S T. TIIIIT
i
raeli Problems Aired
tomoB B Kamaiko, veteran Zi-
N and journalist, will be guest
pker at the meeting o fthefJew-
i-National Fund Council of South
Pnda according to Rabbi Moses
NMofi. ,,,,-Meut of theCoun-
I me meet in- i- to be held on
Kjjttfcy. F-bruary 24th. 8 p.m..
I'heKm-eih I r;.cl auditorium.
na'ko will speak on: Today's
Ferns In [srae|
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
pTLE COMPANY. Inc.
mpl.. Abstract end
Insurance Service
TO ONLY ABSTRACT
PUNT IN
M^Ml BEACH
1630 Lenox Avenue
NDAMI BEACH
l^t'loD^sriefapafciDE LEON BOKflMBDCO ;
GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
P. & O. DOCKS
MIAMI
:i ..'HI
-----Hr
HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman. Jr.
266 Almeria Avenue Phone 83-4607
i .vv''''V#^rYir#WiiVi/'eV/i|v
ALL.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
Vtflte Neon
Sl8n Co.
404 S'W. 3rd Ave.
PHONE 2-0152
ALUMINUM WROUGHT IRON
MADE AND INSTALLED BY

CARUSO IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
3240 N. W. 27th A*e. Phone 64-6362
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343
It Is a pleasure to extend fa eff our Jewish friends and Patrons
Sinter* Brotherhood Greetings
222 N.W. 26th STREET
II -i. I. '- : i
tnP .1 I .;/ i ii H m 08:8 I jib -
; A. H..BECAE8 PHQNE 2,1*05
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
222 N. W. 26th Street
Phone 2-3705
A. H. BECKER
TO All BKOTHfKHOOD GREETINGS
SWIFT & COMPANY
"i M .\ 1 iMAi'
Mletretthinglu uourtt .
SnHi's tee Cream
PHONE 48-6555
. ii
MIAMI
141 E. Flagler
Mi. 2-8135
- -- 'jM -
Compliments of ihe Season
CORAL GABLES
256 Miracle Mile
Ph. 4-4714
THE SHOES YOli-Vl KNOWN AND 10JID FOR YtUS
TO ALL GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL. INC.. State Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577
HITM rr.r*reef "9S
TILECRAFT, INC.
NATHAN S. LEE, President
Jehu (H.ppy) Hopwo.d
H. A. (Mac) Maclnnes
Scett Southard
Jock Bias!
153 N.E. 10th STREET
Phone 2-6126
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A I. PFLEITGER
TAXIDERMIST
15899 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 816-5991
GIERSCH ENGINEERING CO.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
AND LAND SURVEYORS
3104 CORAL WAY
Telephone 83-7080
(iiniNcs
AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
SANITARY aitd JANITOR SUPPLIES
277 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 9-1802
TITLE INSURANCE
A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
as to the condition of title.
Lanqford Building, Miami 82-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
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PAGE 14 B
Tension of Nations,
People is Same
Writer Indicates
Continued from Page 1 B
bers can be used, with complete
impunity, by another of the mem-
ber states? Has it occured to no
one in Washington, DC. that arms
sent to Iraq can be lent without in-
terest to Egypt or to Syria? Surely
American newspapers carried the
story a *ew da>"s a*>o ol ,ne
astounding statement made by
Saudi Arabia's new King in which
His Majesty declared that ten mil-
lion Arabs would earn their way to
Paradise by wiping out the Jewish
State? The informed Israeli grin-
ned a little wryly as he recollected
this strangest of all compliments
given to the Israeli Army but
his smile was not a happy one.
"Wipe out" surely someone
in the State Department Middle
Eastern section remembered that
Saudi Arabia's strictly picturesque
representatives graced the assem-
blies of the United Nations and
wasn't there a small matter of
Saudi Arabians having been signa-
tories to the Genocide Pact? "Wip-
ing Out" had a strange and dread-
ful echo when heard by the in
formed Israeli. What kind of echo
did it have in Washington, he won-
dered.
Was it possible, asked the Israeli,
a little wistfully, that American
policy makers thought perhaps
arming the Arabs might scare the
Soviet Union? Hadn't someone
made notes on the military prowess
and dependability of the Iraquis.
Surely the British must have re-
minded the Americans of the
abortive anti-British uprising in
Iraq which was quelled by a few
score RAF men with unsuspected
ease. And certainly the world
knew what a few score Israelis had
done to the Iraqui troops? How*
could anyone seriously and in earn-
est believe that Russia could be
kept at bay by the Iraquis or
the Bedouin warriors of the late
Ibn Saud?
No, this couldn't be the reason
because even if all these facts
were ignored, why had the State
Department never even answered
Israel's request for military aid 1
' LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
3800 N. E. 1st Avenus
Washington Federal
To Feature Exhibit
Program, Seminar
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, located at 1244
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach,
will have an "at home" to the pub-
lic on Monday evening. 7 to 9 p.m..
on George Washington's birthday.
February 22nd. featuring an archi-
tectural'display designed by Nor-
man M. Giller, Miami Beach archi-
tect.
The thematic pannel. entitled.
Planning Your Home, will be on
display daily. Monday through Fri-
day, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and Monday
evenings. 7 to 9.
After one year of business oper-
ation, Washington Federal has in
creased its floor space by fifty per-
cent to accommodate the display
area and provide facilities for serv-
ing coffee. Another feature of
Washington Federal's expansion
program is the addition of a fire-
proof and burglar-proof safe de-
posit vault which occupies approxi-
mately one-third of this area.
Junior Hadassah to
Hear Rabbi Skop
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will hold a regular meeting Tues-
day night. February 23rd, 8:15
p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Ona Kaplan, program chairman,
announced that Rabbi MornsA.
Skop will speak on 3rotherhood.
In charge of organizational in-
formation is Wilma Shulman.
made two years ago. long before
any other Middle Eastern country
put in a bid for help? The inform-
ed Israeli laid down his paper and
sighed. There must be some way.
he thought, of putting two and two
together and making sense. But
until someone came along to ex-
plain, the peculiar feeling of ap-
prehension would stay to worry
. may be to grow into unneces-
sary, never useful anger.
And along Israel's borders, the
Arab marauders grew bolder.
Within their governments, it would
appear, someone had already solv-
ed the riddle.
GREETINGS
Mrs. Cynamon is Hostess
Naomi Chapter of Hadassah held
a membership barbecue Thursday
evening at the home of Mrs. Nath-
an Cvnamon, 1880 SW 2nd Avenue.
In charge of reservations was Mrs.
Murray Levine.__________
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The Beat In Material* and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. let Avenue
Phone 3-8997
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
ASSOCIATES
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, i95i
To All My Frienda and Acquaintances .
Brotherhood Greetings
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Phone 9-5921
A. R. TILE, INC.
Manufacturers of
"CEMENT DECORATED FLOOR TILE-
2131 N.W. 8th Avenue
Miami. Florid*
GREETINGS
THE PATIO SHOP
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOP,
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
3640 Coral Way Phone 48-2920
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Blvd.
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58-5224
BUILDING IUMMLING
Storm Proof Roofs, Building and
Repairs, Asbestos Siding
Wickersham Remodeling
Company
Phone 64 5010, Day or Night
5426 N.W. 21st COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Monthly Payments Low as $10.00
Brotherhood Greetings
E. B. Tait & Company
8017 N.E. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI
(OHM WAY
CLEANERS
Coral Gables
Dry Cleaning Dress Suits, Rugs
and Drapes. All Work On
Premises
Phone 4 1345 249 Coral Way
TO ALL .
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
We Specialize In
Hotel Contracts
* Custom Finishing
Sand Blasting
* Tropical RefLnishing
Dade
Refinishers
5002 E. 10th LANE
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Phone 88-6846
GREETINGSI
Ferguson
and
MeCormiek
Clinic
320 S.E. 1st Avenue
For Better Health Visit the
Miami Health InstituU
General Diagnosis and X-Ray
Physical Therapy Body
Conditioning Colonic
Irrigations Cabinets and
Massage
7235 BUcsyne Bouleyard
PHONE 7-7896
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
C. & H. HOME BUILDERS
"BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES"
3531 S.W. 12th STRIST PHONE 48-5775
GREETINGS TO ALL
Yilaro Painting Company
Yeer Satisfaction Omr Fleeter*
527 S.W. th AVENUE MMNI 12-6151
LUMBER PAINT HARDWARE MILLWORK
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALS
Try Us For Supsr SsrvW
Peninsular Lumber Service, Ine.
2145 No. Miami Arena*
Phone 82-1571
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP. Inc.
400 S.W. 22nd Arenue
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
TO ALL
MEL JACK HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 2-5197
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL ...
JACK JUSTICE
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR
513 Harding Avenue
PHONE 86-14*6
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
11. WoiMlsiiiall Ageuey, "<
Phone 82-7595
GENERAL INSURANCE
1114 Congress Bldg.
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
John If. 14Vif
BUILDERS OF SMALL BOATS
REPAIRS
4101 AURORA STREET
Phone 48-4123
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Airway Bar and Restaurant
on**.* PACKAGE GOODS AVAILABLE
N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89.9227
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer ol
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons far Fruit Ce*&*___
23 N. E. 74th Street Pon* 7-W
BEST WISHES FROM .
DWYEITS METAL SHOP
1329 N.W. 74th Street W""* 78"4551
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
. M______-. DkanefrM*1
SI N.E. 26th Street
Phone


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1954
1'JmistfhrUiari
LEGAL NOTICB
"Notice by publication
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Eleventh judicial circuit of
IiORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
fOUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1M035
f,L.->V IIOLLIND, Mnintiff.
inTIM It IK 'I.I.INI Defendant.
AR SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti, 'rthiir Itcilllncl
..... nl Dellvel
V| ||| II. I M'.Pl'tl.l
- I,,, hereb) notified that a Hill
, Coini.lalnl for Divmce has Im.-ii
filed .iK.im.-t >". ""' y" '" '"I"'1
. ,.|Vi i copy of your Amwi'i or
In ihe Hill of Complaint on
\Hoi-liny. WAl.TlCIt I-:
; ., civic Budding. 46 N.W.
, Mi, mi. Florid*, and file
L| Answer or I'lcadinK in
,,( the Clerk of the Circuit
. i before the fourth day of
o |;.-.| If you fall to do ho. Judg-
pi,.|ii !.. default will be taken ugafnsl
,,,., i relief demanded in the.Hill
,,. iinplaint. '
hall !" published onfe
,,i, u.fk foi four ronserutlve weelcs
In Till-: .ll-: lH F'lrfHUDlAX
i,m; \XD okdf:kf:d at Wmi.
I si day of February: All
V"' K It LKATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Hade county, Florida
Hy W.M. \V. STOCK IXC.
>.al) Deputy Clerk
;
LEGAL NOTICE
PAE 15 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUt
..____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIIY
that
Hi- In
the undaralgned, desiring to enu
AKJwiTFI,",lrtr iA. W0*1 '"
AI.HKJM, al 4 1,] \ W :tfi!h Si i,,I
Miami S,,, ,,.-, Kla, InUnd. to
ter Bit Id
i ,
name win, u. -,,., k ,,, ,,
Circuit CMrtofDid. Counts, Florid"
ACROI l-l. CORPORATION
_. Sol.- ll\l||,.|,
HI, IIAHD & MI'ROFP
nr Aujil
Koa.r
Attya.
n:> Lincoln
: lK-ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the iinilei.siB..,i, desiring t engage In
l.l M II IIOX, at 7t7 N K 2ml Ave
Miami.Intend* to register wld name
&'&E8fiaXCMiC.....
kkssi.kk /:i:^s< aMUW
AttorneyH for Applicant
17-:' W. Flaaler fit.
1/29 2/5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
N, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
1T.H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR
DA. IN AND FOR DADP rnumtv
IN
II
CHANCERY. No
,,..;'!,".'!"' ;|l~" known ;,.
HERBERT s HICKS and
SAMUEL QABBLIVk, Plaintiff*
l -.
166196
FLORA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16M6B
I'M l.l.m: F'IDERER, Plaintiff, /
|*AN'll-:i. F'IDERER, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO MAMKI, HHKIIKR.
.1 i na| Strei-i.
N, Voi N V
Voli Al:I: HEREBY NOTIFIED,
if Complaint for Divorce
:.'.! auuinst you, and you
lo nerve a copy of your
An-. i-n ihe plaintiff* attorney.
KM AM I I. SHONDER, 111 Lincoln
I lleach, Florida, and file
V newer In the office of
' the Circuit Court, on M
ii day of February, 195*,
-( aaid Hill of "oin-
i ,t taken as i nnfriaofl.
Ml OKDERBD. ai Miami.
I .mIi da y of Januars. 19 -f
II I.KA TIIKIfMAX,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Hail. County, Florida
II) V H Ma.LAREN,
I lepilty Chi k
12-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fi\^.ENTH.i!-,D,C'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 16596*
AITPRKY H. SHITTKItl.Y
VH. *
nevillb
1-I?|n4lff
nl
Hill
bee

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
\ No. 29634-B
I I i: OF
V I I.II S I'OCLSON, Peceaaad
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
V. I-: In hereby trlven that I have
.1 report and petition for
Fm.,1 In- hai'ite as Administratrix of
XKI.I.IK S H(iri..s-i ix.
"I. ..ml that ,,n the Htb day o(
' -I. ill apply t,, th,. lion.
' i: \xk H how i.ixi;. County
Hade County, Florida, for
-i l.l f.llHl J'Uurt auditor.
'"'I -.- AfcnWflWratffitfof
I NELLIE 8. I'ori.S.iX
i
This 19th day of January, |H|
ALICE H THARP,
,.,... Administratrix
MM US IIKIMAN ft KAPLAN
f"'- t" A'lmlnlatratrls
12-11
IN
You,
SI .-
! -
NOTICE QY PUBLICATION
;J*HE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l,OQ,Er,N.TH JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT OF
?nu5TDvA ,.,N, AND FOR DADE
M ,V,NTV ,N CHANCERY, No. 165779
MAIt> .All:... Plaintiff,
VINCENT CAIRO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.VENT CAIRO, 109-32 isr.th
Park. Lone Ialand. New
" hereby notlfiod that a Hill
' onn ,,int for Divorce ha a I.-en
''a ,11.1, iim you. and yog are requlr-
11 "Ijy of your Anawer or
ih. Hill of Complaint on
!' '''-' s Attorney. CLAUDE M.
tN l: Master Bl Miami,
..--"'' 'lie the oriirlnal Answer or
"ffice of the Clerk of
' "" on ,,r before the 2nd
-' lit. ",hl l9M >"" f:lil '" '!"
Kalns ""' b> '''''>''< wl be taken
for Ihe relief den,;,,,,led
tV, .....plaint.
..,',, ;' "hail ,. pui.u.hed once
in Tin.'' ii .'.'1 .'.","r fonaecutlve we<-k
'II M WISH KI..,ltl|,|AX.
' I'RPERED al Miami,
'"is .,ti, day of January, A D
It BHUTTERLT
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: Neville M.iiiujtcjU^..
c/o Oenenti Pellvery,
South Port. North Carolina
You an- hereby notified that a
of omplalajffor Divorce hae in-.-ii
filed HKaiiiar e other pleading to the Hill of Complaint
on Plaintiff* attorney, SHELDON N
LELCHUK, 70S Beybold HulldinK. All-
ami 32, Fkirlda. and file the origin.,1
Anawer or pleading In the Office of
Ihe i lerk of th- Circuit c,,,t |rl .,,(
for Dade County, Florida, on or be-
fore the Kth day of March. IK4: oth-
erwise, the allegation* of the Hill ,.f
Complaint will be taken .is confessed
by you
DATED this 29th day of January.
B. P. LEA THBRU AX.
Clerk of the circuit Court
B] WM. \N STOCKINQ,
Deputy Cterk
I S-11-lf-H
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No." 28S2-B
RE: ESTATE op
PAII. CIIAXT. IN, ......,-,,!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE laHereby given that 1 have
fil.-d mi final report and petition for
Kin^l Dlach.irffe Eaw-utrix of the
e-t.il. of PAUL CIIAXT. IN, d<
and th.it on Ih,- vth da) of M.n Ii.
IM4, I will apply to th.. Honorable
County Judaea of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of Mid fln.i! report
and for final discharge as Executrix
f the Batata of paii. EHANTON,
de aaed.
This 8lh day of February, lf',1.
It'.SA CHANTON JACOBS
MYEKS. HEIMAX \ KAPLAN
A 11.ii ne> for Executrix
LOU
her
is- ,-.. KESHLER. wife ,,f
IH KI.SM.IJt, if livliiK ,|
unknown liei ,i. ,...
legatee* of granteea, if ,i,,|, ,,,,
H JMraona claiming an) eaUte.
m ,' ,.'"'' "r, ""'"^ I", Ol lien
upon the real property herein
' I ''"'l an) part thereof, by
through o, under Ki:ssi.i:i:.
Wfi of l.oil.s KB88L.BR
ti.e st v,-,;, jmrM?1*
he above named Defendant! and
m I"'--...,s claiming anj eaUte,
r"Bnt, title ot mi,-r.-st In, ||en
upon the real property herein de-
sclll.ed, ,,,,v ,,,,,, ,|.r,.of
Defendanta, Qreetlnga:
>on a,,, hereby notified that a pro-
ceeding to remove cloud on title haa
been brought in the circuit court for
DADE county, h,i,|.,. againat the
aoove na.n.d Defendanta, and all per-
song claiming any etale, right title
or Intercut in. or lien upon, the fol-
owipg described real property, iltuate
m dade county, rtorlda, to wit:
i>.is ii, a laomaUmea described
I l.ots- 12 and 13). 14, IS and 1.;
" cording to the ptaj thereof re-
corded in plat Hook 111 at page
II being a rcsiibdlviHlon of Lots
IX. is. 44 and 15. Block :: of first
amended plat of wlntergardene,
as recorded In I'lat H.,|< ;,, pHge
a of tin Public Ite.-orda of Dade
County, Pirn-Ida
and you are hereby required to file
lth the clerk of xaid court your writ-
ten appearance in .said proceeding on
r before the 17th day of March, 1954
and thereafter to file with said clerk
your written defenses, if any, to the
hill of complaint at the times prescrib-
ed by law, therein setting up the es-
tate, right, title or interest in, or
Hen upon, the above described prop-
erty claimed by you. Herein fall not,
or Judgment will ) entered against
you by d.fauit
WITNESS my hand and the sal of
aid court al Miami. Dade Countv
Fl.-rid.
1954.
this Ith day of February,
i: B LEATHERMAN,
ci.i k of the above styled court
By VH \V STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
: 12-13-20 .;
rr>-^yrr9 -
, 'JEjXSTEIX. I ..
1 kfcl- iwoMewcrf
PI
I*
II i
'Circuit i
n.Aihi:
-
I;. R. I.EATHEHMAN,
' l.rk, circuit Court,
....., County. Florida.
1 ; J B. Ma, I.A HEX.
I)M Deputy Clerk
Plaintiff
-
NOT,CrOR0TAAXPDLE'ECf?T'ON
v., Pile 51429
'''..In,., i '.".''> K'ven that Jules
s'l- 'i. ,''"''' 'tV "f Miami
"'- HI. I ; ,' >'""''ered T58, r
.',';, "'"" AD. 1951. has
," m-l. a, I,':,"- "I "u <>. "l-l
l> ballon for tax deed to
N.nl ,-,,,. "' accordance with Jaw.
,,,, ,, '.- e.nl.ra.-e, the follow-
. i ,.,' I. t v. situated In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKIIKKT (JIVEK that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fk-titlous name of
l-ASII-X-CI'RL CO., at Slti W. 42nd
Stie.-t, Miami lieach, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
lll'Tll ROOERS
2/12-19-26- 3,:.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 164V277
T. C. FRELL, Plaintiff.
vs.
FLORENCE H. FRELL, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FLORENCE B. KKELL
c/o Irving Elseiunan Esq.
11 W. Washlngt/in St.
Chicago 2. Illinois
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that suit for divorce has been filed
agaiiiHt you in the aln\e styled Court,
and" you are boreb) i ,i -1,i-.-.l to file
copy of your Answer to the Complaint
for Divorce filed against you on the
Plaintiffs Attorneys, msiiop AND
CRIMI, 4:15 lllaleah DrlVB, lliaieah.
Florida, and file the original said Ans-
wer In the office of the clerk of the
above slylcd Court, on or before the
12th da) of March. l'.'.M, otherwise a
Pro Confess,, will be entered
against you.
I Mteil al Miami. D.ole County. Flor-
ida, this sth da> of February, l.",4.
E. H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ot the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
B) u M BT( 'CKIXH
li.-|iun clerk
I/1S-19-N -
IN ^HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. I8334
In Re:
Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWJTZ
S.lso known ai SOPHIE MEVERSON
also known as SOPHIE MEVRISON,
_,_.( Deceased.
CITATION
THE STATE OF I IX)RIDA:
TO ABRAM MKYKitcuss. and to his
wife, 111s cliiliireii and grandchildren,
whose names and residence* are un-
known; to JOSEPH I3EN8TEIN,
residence is unknown: to the
1 grant"
whose
child,.
hildren of
, Whose
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names
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f Vi J l,y of Miami.
men He of Florida.
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issued was In the
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,';,-;-f March; AD. 1!
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't day of February!
flerk J-l;.ATMKltMAN-
,, K of circuit Court.
"unty, Florida
SIKItltETT, DC.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16tW25
II.SH ROQAL, Plaintiff,
vs.
NMAM'KI, RoiiAL, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To. EMAXIKI. It""! \L.
5S9 W IMnd St.,
New York 3.1. New York
TOO ARE HEHEHV NOTIFIED
that a bill of oomplalnt for divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to sci w a copy of your
answer or pleading to said bill of
complaint upon the plaintiff's attor-
ney, SAMUEL VOflELBAL'M, 22H
N.K. 2nd Aveiiu.. Miami IS, Horlda.
and file the original answer or plead-
ing In the office of the clerk of the
Circuit Curt on or before the 22nd
day of March, I'.iM If V",i fall to 0
so, Judgmenl by default IM '" taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the bill of complaint
DATED at Miami. I'l.....la, this ljth
day of February. I!'.i4 ___
K B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B] WM W stockIX.;
Deputy Clerk
2/|-2i 1/5-12-1*
children of J*COM MfYERCOSR, Del
eased, whose names and residence*
are unknown, to the widow of ELI
METEROO88, Me, eased, and to the
children and grandchildren of El.I
M EVER, loss, 11, .cased, whose names
and residences are unknown, and to
a|l parties known and unknown, claim-
ing by, through or under an) of the
above parties, and to all persona
whomsoever claiming any interest in
and to the estate of the above named
decedent, a* piuvided in Paragraph
Ninth, (a), lb), fr) and (d), of her
last Will and Testament, anil tn all
ot the unknown he^rs, devisees and
legatee* claiming, or entitled to claim,
under said portions of; the East will
and Testament of the above named
decedent, and to nil otKet- persona con-
cerned :
YOU ARE TIER FRY NOTIFIED
lhat an Order has been entered in the
above estate, iiArt-eeinV'that the pre-
sumption of your death has been es-
tablished and that iffni or an) person
in your behalf, if you are alive, are
1 e.in,ie,i to produce within throe 11)
months from Uiv dale of the first pub-
lication of this Citation, before this
Court, or\ evidence of \oill
continuance in life zou at,- hereby
further notified that an Order has
been entered herein decreeing that
under the provisions of Paragraph
Xlnth, (a), |h>, <<). 1.I1. and |i I, of
the List Will and Testament of the
above ,1, ceil, ni. that ihe remainder
Of this estate will lie distributed to
charities to be selected b\ the Exec-
utor, as provided In said Will, and
that If satisfactory evidence of your
continuance in life is not produced
within said three (3) months, an Order
will be cut. i,,i herein finding and ad-
judicating the charities WOO are en-
reive such pi operty and t he
shares and amounts which they re-
spectively are entitled to receive.
Should you fall herein. Decrees will
be entered In due course.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court, at Miami, Dade County, Flor-
ida? this 2.'.th day of January. lS.'.l.
H W r HI.ANTON.
County Judge
GEORGE CIIERTKoF
B4y7.ll olvmpia Uullding
Miami, Florida
Executor for above estate.
1/2* 2/5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
in. -r22TjL9iE to CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES1 COURT
e-. fscfiK? FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3151*
In Re: ESTATE op
BAI I, JOSEPH I'EARLMAN,
a/k/a HA I. .1 PEARLMAN
a/k a s. JOSEPH PEARLMAN
a/k/a S. J. PEAIU.MAN, M.!..
n> ki, m .... ,'-' '
iC .. Creditor* and aii Persons Hav-
EMat "r B*B,,ln*1 Ax;|in.-i s.,,,i
Y"1.1' '"' each of you. are hereby
notified .,,,,1 re.|iilred to present any
- plm and demands which you, ol
1 mi.. 1 or you, nut) 1, iv* againat the
esiat,- ,,f sail JOSEPH PEARL-
MA.N. etc deceased late of I lade
,""""- Florida, to ,he HonorabU
LOUnt) ,lu.Ik.-s of Hade County, and
fib- ihe -ame in their Office* In the
Lount) oui-thbua* in Dad* County.
Hot 10.1 within eight calendar months
fro,,, the date of the first publication
here,>j Said claim* or Tlcnands to
contain the legal addreu ,.f th* claim-
ant and tO be sworn to and presented
a* aforesaid, or same will b* barred
Date Hebruarv 2. A.D. 19.14
IRENE PEARLMAN,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament .f
SAIL JOSEPH PEARLMAN, *t,
THBODORB J sak. .wit/-"'"
Allot i.ei ir Eie, utrlx
-' '.-I2-1II-2R'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the un.iersiBned, .Tesirln.c to engage i
"1- n..- under the fictitious name of
FLO-BELLE APTS at MOl-9221 East
Ba) Harbor DrT/e, Hay Harbor Island,
Florida, Intend to register the said
nan,.- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
WILLIAM POLLOCK
l'2a_2/,-K.-/!)":UMAN M"VV"i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
IiMs.ii.. under the fictitious nam, of
advertising: b e n c ii e s Com-
PA,Nl.....US S W. 2nd Avenue, Mi-
anil, Florida. Intends t.....glstel
nam- with the Clerk of the Circuit
. ourt of Mad,. County, Florida
ITS BENCHES, INC
a Florida Corporation lole owner
PALLOT, SILVER S Mll.l.oY
\tt..i n,->s for iwner
7 '' '".-- BJdg Miami, F'la.
2.12-I-.-2.J .; .,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th* underalgned, desiring to encage In
ACCURATE Bl'STNBSa MACHINES
CO., ai 1210 Bis. ) ne Blvd Int, mis
to register said nam.- with the Clerk
of th,. Circuit Court of Dad,- County,
Florida.
MORTON BIDERMAN
Sole 0\\ HIT
2. IZ-lt-M :: 5
"NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ngage In
-- uutlur Uie fictitious name ol
IIEcToirSBXR. a*Mll N E 1st Ave-
nue. Miami, intend* to register said
name with-the Cli44t of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
RALPH ST. JOHN
KESSLER liARS
Attorney* for Applicant
ITS* W. Flagler St.
l/2 2/5-12-1*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 166231
DOROTHY K. BROWN, Plaintiff.
vs.
WILLIAM JOSEPH BROWN,
I .efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM JOSEPH HlioUX
i'll K 5th Street
Brooklyn.' New York"
You arc hereby ;not it i*i|;-lia t f
of CrJmplainl foi Divorue ha* b
filed ngHMi-t yMi, and > on are W|u -
ed t,. eery* cops < I'l.adlng to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys, KESHLER
& OAKS, 1782 West FTaglei Sti.ei.
Miami 15, Florida, and fib- the original
Anawei or Pleading In th. office or
the Clerk oi the 'i.' int '.-in t on or
before the Both das of March, 1954. If
you fall to do so, judgmenl i>> def*
will be taken 'against \..u t,., the re
demanded In the Kill of Complaint.
This not,,,, shall be published onea
each -.-k for four consecutive ,.,t,
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this xih AD. l5t.
I-: B LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court,
Had, Countv. Florida.
B] M C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal, Depute I
212-I9-2C 3/:.
T. 1:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A.B.C. HOME IMPROVEMENT CO.
.Not inc.), at 7i>4 Beybold Bldg., Mi-
ami, F'la., intends to legist,, said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
2 12-19-26 /5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166197
CLAIRE B CINUALB, Plaintiff,
VS.
William B, ZINGALE. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM E ZINGALE,
iiiknow n. but
possibly ma) be al
2..| E. lUl Street
Cleveland, Onto
Yoa ai- hereb) notified that
..r Compbuni for Divorce has b. -.
filed against > ou, and you are
ad to *rve ops of gour Anawei p
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint -m
the plaintiff-. Attorneys, K essi.ki:
I GARS, ITs.- U.-st Flagler Street.
Miami, Florida, and '
or Pleading In th.- office ot-
th.- Clark of the Circuit Court on ,.
before the 17th da) of Man h.
If you fall to do so, judgment by .1--
lault will I..- tak. 11 agalnsl >
' he relief demanded In tin- B
i.: tlnl
This notice shall be tublisl,,, I onge
each week for four ions,.,.it \. v,. .
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at \\
1 01 da, this 3th dav of F". i
A. D. IK4
E. P. LEATHERMAN,
cb-rk. Circuit con
Dad.- County, l-'loi.da
I :n WM w HTOCKIN
all 1 leput] Ctetk
2 12-19-21 I S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-image In
business under the fictitious name of
LI 'KV LEE RANCH, at 70*41 Bonita
Drive, Miami lleach. intends to reft-
liter -ai I name with the Cb-rk of the
Circuit Curt ,,f Dade County, Florida
.LEONARD l.Ei: RATNER,
Sole I l\vn,r
SOMMER. F'RAXK Attorneys for Applicant
I Lincoln KohiI
I 29 t ",-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tile nil,lei signed, desiring to en,
business under the fictitious name of
PHILLIPS FURNITURE CO., 1N0I
Inc.) at (Ml S W. Ith St.- t. Miami,
Ha., intends to legist.. ail name
with ih,- Clerk of ihe Cir. mt Court
of Dad,- County, F'l.-rlda.
PHIL II BEARKAN
s,,ie ,iwner
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
Mil West F'luglcr St.. Miami, Florida
I )-12-lJ)-2l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 166089
CARL C I.IEXAC, Plaintiff,
HERTHA \D 1:1.1: AMAIJA
LI EN A L, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: HER IDA ADELE AMAI.IA
I.IEXAC
:,..:; Bradloy Boulevafd
Betbeada, Mar) land.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED.
that ., inn of Complain! for Divoi e
has been filed against >.,u. and
are required to serve a cop) ..f four
Answer on the plaintiff** attorney,
CHARLES .1 CdntslloX. ::il Lin-
coln Road, Miami Heach. Florid*
file the original Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on
or before the .',! I, dav of March. II I,
or Ihe allegations of said Rill Of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed.
Im.XE AND 0P.DF:RF:D, at Mlam'.
Florida,, this :trd <\*\ of February, i**4.
I-:. B, LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By R. 11. RICE. JR..
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
2 -.-12-19-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engagi
business under the fictitious name of
AnSol Co., at P, O. Bog 171 Miami
Beach, intends to ragiater s.,,,i .
With the Clerk of the I'll, ml Court it
Dade County. Florida
AI'L A II ACKMYMll.
8ole tium-r
MKI.VIX n. FRCMKi:s
ne] foi Applicant
I Lincoln Road
2/5-12-19-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,f
o. K ELECTRIC CO al 101* N.W.
37th Court, lliaieah. F'la.. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALFRED It. OVERTHROW
LAURENCE w KELLEY
Sole >wnera
HOMER L MARI.0W
Attorney for Applicants
lit l-uigf..id Hldg.
1/2* 2/5-12-19
INCOME TAX *
J. E. MARQUA
PREPARED
CORRECTLY
FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART
7th AVE.
PHONE 7.J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
I under the fictitious name of
\D BENCHES CO, at 118 S W 2nd
Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to
reglater said name with the Clerk of
th.- circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
HIS RENCHBS, INC.,
a FTot Ida Corporation sole owner
PALLOT, SILVER *- Mil.I., It
Attorneys for Owner
Tin Cog..-. Hldg., Miami, Fla.
2/I2-19-2H -
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