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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fOLUME 29Number 7
hVEAL 19S5 GOAL AT $100,000,000
1750 National Leaders Expected
I At UJA Conference on Beach
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Awaham Harman, who holds a
[\ diplomatic post as Israel's Con-
iii-General in New York, will ad-
Cess the national inaugural con-
tinue of the United Jewish Ap-
Pa| al the Saxony hotel. Miami
each, mi Feb. 25 to 27, it was an-
rmnced in New York Wednesday
William Rosenwald. UJA gen-
ial chairman.
"Harman la one of Israel's most
rillianl young diplomats and a
and children must be aided by
UJA-financed projects this year. He
pointed to such critical programs
as the ship-to-settlement operation,
which will aid some 30,000 Jews
from tension-ridden North Africa
to settle in Israel and immediately
I take up productive lives in the
country.
This is only one phase, Rosen-
wald added, of a vast and urgent
program of aiding the free people
rring speaker," Rosenwald said, of Israel to develop their land as a
lis important message to the In- j haven for the homeless and op-
gural Conferees is certain to en- pressed and for providing health.
an inspiring impetus to welfare and rehabilitation services
eii launching of the 1955 na- to Jews in need in Israel. Europe,
an wide I'JA campaign." Moslem lands and this country
lition to Harman, a num-
ii' it other distinguished figures
Israel and American life will
the conference. Jack Ben-
|y i- doming from Hollywood to
srticipate in the gathering.
than "30 community lead-
will gather at the conference.
I .'.aid reported, to get the
|.i V 17th successive campaign
A*aj This year's goal is for
I SI00.000.000 to finance the
and life-renewing pro-
I : the I JA constituent agen-
tsthe I iiited Israel Appeal.
pint Distnlnition Committee and
pw York Association for New
nicru.iii-
| e trial an outpouring of ad-
|ni ifts representing substan-
increases over last year's stan-
Irds already had brought forward
ore than $10,000,000 as a tribute
l JA president Edward M. M.
larburg, Rosenwald urged the
Inferees smilarly to establish a
(gher level oi giving as a model
affiliated community cam-
iollow.
I emphasized that
parly .Viii.ooo Jewish men, women
Frertfh Ca'oinet in Crisis
Eyed for Possible Effect
On the Jews of Tunis
PARIS (JT At Jewish circles
here continued this week to watch
the latest developments in the
French governmental crisis and its
effect, on the position of the Jews
in Tunisia. The future status of
Tunisia is one of the issues on
which the .government of .f icjre fare assistance.-the ri^ht to
Abraham Harmon
. will address conference
Reform Convention Moves To
Bolster Small-Town Jewish Lift
LOS ANGELES (WNS) Jewish
life in American small towns will
be aided by the provisions of a
resolution which leaders of Amer-
ican Reform Judaism adopted It
the Forty third General Assembly
of the Urjipn of, American,Hebrew
Congregations which took place
here at the Statler Hotel this week.
(ailing for the establishment of
a Commission on Jewish Religious
Life in Rural Areas, the resolution
expressed agreement with Dr. Mau-
rice N. Eisendrath, president of the
U.A.H.C, who complained in his
presidential address that many
"isolated Jewish families, hungry
and at hirst for Jewish knowledge
and Jewish guidance, have, in too
many instances, no alternatives but
to send their children to Christian
religious schools and watch them
drift into complete assimilation."
At the closing banquet .\i.\ty-six
temples affiliated with the Union
received citations for "more than
a century of illustrious spiritual
service." At the same event, a
Mendew-FranW fell.
Earlier, when it appeared that
Antoine Pinay had a chance to
form a cabinet, this interest was
directed primarily at talks being
held by M, Pinay and Tunisian
Premier Tahar ben Ammar in an
attempt to determine how the fu-
ture of Tunisian Jewry would
shape up under the plans the two
men were working out. But the in-
ability of Mr. Pinay to form a Cabi-
net left the whole question up in
the air once again
The only certain things in the
situation, from the Jewish point of
view, are that any new Premier
will have to make some accommod-
ation with respect to the whole
North African situation and that
accommodation will unque.stion-
rolc in the fate ef
ia. The Jewish
point of view on what such an ac-
commodation should include by
tween France and Tunisia. Of par-
ticular interest to them was the
principle of full equality in civil
rights, without distinction on re-
ligious grounds. They seek equal-
ity also in the fields of government
aid to religious institutions, wel-
hold
^ "' !J ably play a large rol
etiaMw wM-tH*sertedtn'tn-508th'[inc Jews f Tunisi
congregation to join th Union,
thp Reform Temple of Highland
Park, Illinois' Presentation was
made by Dr. Samuel S. Hollender, j wav of guarantees to the Jews was
h'mself a Chicagoan, who express- > made clear during the Mendes-
ed pride over the expansion of Re- France premiership
form in his community and its sub-
urbs At the same event. Dr. Hol-
lender, chairman of the Union's na-
tional executive board. Was ten*
!am Blank to be Presented With
NCCJ National Award at Dinner
[Sam Blank, national and local
Immunity leader, will receive a
ktional award from the National
(inference of Christians and Jews
the third annual brotherhood
inner tponsored by NCCJ on
uesd.iv evening. Feb. 22, at the
tmtainebleau hotel.
(Blank will be cited for his out-
anding -(nice to the Conference
a member of the executive com-
I'ltee of the national board for
[' past three years and in recog-
Ition of his "humanitarian and
Pirited leadership in the religious,
Bucadonal, civic, philanthropic
P't economic areas of the commu-
Ity. '
[Guest speaker at the dinner will
l mted States Senator from
iwida, the Hon. George Smathers.
[A member of the board of trus-
ol the University of Miami,
[ank is past president of the.
pater Miami Jewish Federation, | which he also held in
*mber of Temple Emanu-El and 1M0.
P'l'lc Israel and a trustee of
f"'"i Sinai Hospital.
I He received the NCCJ regional
r"l m 1947 and has served on
j'' regional board since 1951.
'- also a member of the fi-
nance and national special gift
committees of NCCJ. President of
National Brands, Inc., he is also
president of National Wines, Inc.,
and a director of the Industrial Na-
tional Bank of Miami. Blank is a
member of the Hibiscus Lodge F.
Ic A.M. and Mahi Temple.
Receiving regional awards at the
brotherhood dinner will be Stan-
ley C. Myers, Faris N. Cowart and
Cecil P. Holland. A Miami attor-
ney, Myers was chosen by the j
awards committee for "his under-
standing of and devotion to the !
ideal of good human relations as |
advocated by NCCJ and as exemp-
lified by his own personal con-
duct." He was president for five
terms of the national Conference
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds and is currently serv-
ing as president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, an office
1938 and
dered an illuminated scroll in trib-
ute for more than a decade of na-
tional service to Reform Judaism.
Dr. Hollender was also the recipi-
ent of a citation from the Combin-
ed Campaign for the Advancement
of Reform Judaism, of which he is
the general chairman.
Boldness in embarking on new
ventures and expanding existing
programs was the theme of Dr.
Eisendrath's 20,000-word "State of
Our Union" message. New areas
for the growth of Reform, said Dr.
Eisendrath. are the State of Is-
rael, American suburbia, and the
rural areas. Towards these ends he
asked for cooperation with the
World Union for Progressive Juda-
ism in the founding of a Reform
group in Israel, the commission on
Judaism in rural areas, regional
offices, and additional youth
camps.
In the realm of social action.
Continued on Pago 14 A
Tunisia's Jews, it was said at
that time, would like to have cer-
tain guarantees of their status in-
corporated into any agreement be-
Dr. Mavricc N. EiienoVafh
. bov: n* alternatives
public officev"and elections to Tu-
nisian government bodies.
These same demands had been
presented to the French govern-
ment by American and other Jew-
ish leaders interested in the fate
of Tunisian Jewry. They requested
that assurances to this effect be
written into the conventions which
had been formulated by French
and Tunisian representatives as the
basis for a new regime in Tunisia.
In addition, they wanted the guar-
antees included in any projected
Tunisian constitution.
The big question in their minds
now is whether they will have to
repeat these demands to the head
of the new French Cabinet, which
would be the case if he takes the
' position that he is beginning en-
tirely new negotiations, uncommit-
, ted by any understandings of the
past Premier.
-BULLETIN-
CASABLANCA fJTA) Two
Jews were shot and wounded
here during the last two days
by Moslem terrorists jn a con-
tinuation of a campaign to force
participation in a Moroccan na-
tionalist campaign boycotting
French products
One Jew. a fruit peddler, wu
shot in the luni; and is in a
critical condition. The second,
a pharmacist, was hit in the
shoulder and is now in a hos-
pital. He apparently disregard-
ed warnings delivered several
weeks ago.
Meanwhile, it was announced
that the police have captured
members of a savage gang of
terrorists who killed a Jew last
year in the nearby town of Ber-
rechid only because he was a
Jew. The gang, which commit-
ted many atrocities in the past
year, was tracked down right in
Berrechid.
Ns Week's Issue
he UN
oks
ptoriul
I Sh.rti
"iWOOd
Mindlin
Newt la Review
Religi#Us Directory
Society
Supplement
Cowart is a Miami accountant.
He has been active in Kiwanis.
Knights of Columbus, Notre Dame
Alumni Club of Miami and the
Greater Miami Boy's Drum and
Bugle Corps. He was named "Man
of the Year" in 1953 by the Miami
Knights of Columbus and "Out-
standing Citizen of 1953" by the
Miami Order of Ahepa.
Holland is an active member of
the Masonic Ixtdge and is
ated with the Blue Lodge Ionic
Continued on Paga 13 A
POLICY IS TO METE OUT FAIR TREATMENT TO ALL'
South Africa Premier Assures Equality
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) "The rights of Jews as
full and equal citizens of South Africa with all other
sections of the white population remain the same
under my government as under all previous govern-
ments of the Union." Johannes Gerhartdus Stnjdom.
who recently succeeded Dr. Daniel F. Malan as Prime
Minister of South Africa, told Edgar Bernstein,
South African correspondent of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, in an exclusive interview in the
Prime Ministers office in Capetown.
Bernstein said that the JTA was concerned about
reports in certain foreign newspapers which express-
ed misgivings about the Union Government's attitude
to the Jews in South Africa. The JTA would wel-
come an authoritative statement from the Union's
new Premier: What was the attitude of his govern-
ment to Jewish citizen- '
The Premier said: "The reply has been given over
and over again. I made this point clear in my radio
addresses after assuming office. Our policy is to
mete out fair treatment to all sections of the popula-
tion. No differential treatment will be meted out by
my government to Afrikaner. English. Jewish or any
other section of the white population. All are full
and equal citizens without differentiation."
Asked how this position would be affected if
South Africa decided to become a republic in accord-
ance with the ultimate aims of the National Party
which Mr. Strijdom heads, the Premier replied:
Establishment of a repulbic would make no differ-
ence whatsoever to the position. The republic would
he a democratic republic with full equality for all
citizens
"I have in any case made it clear." Mr. Strijdom
added, "that a republic will not be proclaimed dur-
ing the life of the present Parliament. The decision
to become a republic would only be taken by an
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^lenistnoridian
k. Halkin in Third
[living Book' Series
It Temple Emanu-EI
Or Abrahams Halkin, Prof Of
J ish History .it the Teachers
Institute of 'he Jewish Theological
tnrinarj *** wi" sPeak
En The Tradition of Democracy"
Lnd.n night. Feb. 21. as the third
, in the "Living Book"
,1 Temple Kmanu-El.
The scries, sponsored by the
emple in ('injunction with the
leminary. deals with the over-all
luim "The .Jewish Tradition in
imerica." in honor of the Ameri-
(m Jewish Tercentenary.
Dr Halkin, noted author and
Ltun r or Jewish and Moslem his-
try and culture in mediaeval and
lodern nines, received his BA,
I \ nd PhD degrees from Co-
limbia University. In addition to
mbership on the faculty of
PAGE 3 A
Courshon Named Chairman.
At a board of directors meeting
held at Washington Federal Sav
ings and Loan Association of Mi-
ami Beach. Arthur H. Courshon i cers were reelected.
was this week named to the newly
created post of chairman of the
board, it was announced by Jack D.
Gordon, president. All other offi-
^PRODUCTS
fJUNE
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of West Miami Jewish
Center (third from left), is honored by students of the Sunday
school who planted 100 trees in Israel -n his name. Shown
congratulating Rabbi Waxman are (left to riqht) Morris Harris,
chairman of the Center reliqious committee; Morris Weiss,
principal; Sam Prosterman, of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami; and Louis Schwartzman, Bureau of
Jewish Education executive director.
^BUTTER
Dr. Abraham S. Halkin
ho Seminary, he is Associate Pro-
sor (I Hebrew at the City Col-
i Mew York and a former
i-turw in Semitics at Columbia
liverrit)
JDr .Halkin has traveled extens-
[ Israel and Europe and stu-
leii l< r a period at Oxford Uni-
-it;. England. Among his pub-
Purim Play Scheduled At Beth
Purim will be celebrated by Beth
David Sisterhood on Saturday eve-
ning. March 12, in the Beth David
auditorium.
Conforming with Purim, the af-
fair will be a masquerade and
dance. Under the direction of Mrs.
Louis Rosenson, the "Beth David '
Players" will present a musical
lished works are: "Moslem Schisms I
and Sects'" and "Maimondidc.-.
Epistle to the Jews of Yemen."
The concluding lecture in the
series will take place on Monday
.night. Feb. 28. When Dr. Shalom
Spiegel, Professor of Medieval He-
ibrew Literature at the Seminary,
| will speak on "The Tradition of
Prophecy."
David March 12
comedy. Cast includes the Mes-
dames Michael Covin. Samuel Ba-
danes. Murray Turetsky, Charles
Spingarn. Albert Dubler, Max R.
Silver. George Saluk, Jack Donner-
stag and Phil Abrams.
Male roles will be portrayed by
Robert Purisch, Murray Baum,
Charles Spingarn, Louis Rosenson
and Phil Abrams.
Members of the ballet class of
Beth David will make their pre-
miere appearance.
Music will be furnished by Jack
Donnet and his Casablanca Orches-
tra. Prizes for the most authentic
Purim costumes, the funniest and
the most original will be awarded.
Mrs. Louis Schwartzman is chair-
man of the affair.
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Fridav. February 18, 1955
Volume 29 Number 7
Shebct 26. 5715
STANLEY MYERS RECEIVES AWARD
STANLEY C. MYERS will receive a r.
deserved honor when the National Conference
of Christians and Jews presents him with i:s
recjonal award at the annual NCCI br;
od dinner here on Tuesday evening
Fcr.tainebleau hotel.
?-lyers will be cited for his understanding
end devotion to the ideal of good human rela-
tions as advocated by the Conference and as
exemplified by his own personal conduct.
NCCJ will also pay tribute to the national and
local community leader for the extent to which
he has strived to make this ideal a reality, tak-
ing into consideration what he has done in the
field of good human relations and how he has
worked to bring about better understanding and
better relations among individuals and among
racial and religious groups. v
Myers is integrally related to the cultural
civic and philanthropic development of Miami,
both in the Jewish community, as well as in the
crea at large. In addition, he has assumed
roles of leadership in the State of Florida and
in national organizations.
As a spokesman for the Jewish community
here end throughout the country, he has
brought a keen sense of understanding to often-
times seemingly insoluble problems and has
never hesitated to devote his energies and con-
tribute his knowledge and experience wherever
and whenever it was needed. He was one of
the founders and first president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation in 1938. Two years
later, he was again called upon to head thic
organization, whose purpose is to act as an
overall planning agency for the needs oi local
and national institutions and bureaus, as well
as the State of Israel.
Late in 1954, Myers was again elected Fed-
eration president, this time to help lead an
infinitely more complex organization with
infinitely more complex programs and goals
than the one he had helped found sixteen years
earlier. In addition, he has taken a forward
role in the evolution of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center and in numerous other
agencies here, whose existence vitally mold
the life of Miami Jewry.
Nationally, Myers devoted his energies for
five terms as president of the Conference of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which
ccts as overall advisor to federations through-
out the United States and Canada.
Myers' achievements in the qeneral commu-
nity are equally noteworthy. His outstanding
abilities brought him to head the Dade County
Community Chest's Red Feather drive at a par-
ticularly difficult time in this area's history.
The Governor of the State of Florida appointed
him to serve on the Children's Code Commis-
sion in 1942 to study legislation affecting child
welfare, some of which is today Florida law.
In addition, he served on the Enemy Alien
Hearing Board, Southern District, during World
War II, where he had ample opportunity to
demonstrate the kind of leadership and under-
standing for which the National Conference of
Christians and Jews will site him at the NCCJ
Brotherhood dinner Tuesday evening.
This is truly a splendid record of achieve-
ment in the field of human relations. But if his
accomplishments were "enough" for any com-
munity leader, Myers did not seem to
agree. He has also managed to serve as a
member of the board of directors of the Dade
County Red Cross and is former chairman of
the sub-committee of the Disaster Relief Unit.
We believe that the National Conference of
Christians and Jews has made a splendid
choice in selecting Myers for its regional award.
He truly exemplifies the ideals of brotherhood
and man's humanity to man. Endowed with a
personality in which the cogent characteristics
inherent in a leader are clearly evident, his
warmth is such that invites friendship, that
invites calling him simply but meaningfully:
Stanley.
Inj Anecdotej
and without
,i profess!
that -ince
cliche
self, obsl
lover of liberty and Fathu of His
PAGE 5 B of Miami's morning daily newspaper, dated Fob 15
carries a photograph of Dr. Ellwood Nance, president of the I'niveJfi
of Tampa, and Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewih Tne;
,.,l Seminary of America. Both men appear smiling, benign (n
ve lor humankind. They were principal spokesmen at a seir,uur0n
Spiritual Statesmanship'' last Friday in the Shelborne hotel. Some loo
ra in religion, education and government participated in the affair
sponsored by the Seminary. ------__
in Nance, e,rey haireil. is a former minister. One could nut imagine
., more perfect visible expression of the concept of brotherhood, in,
r.,iiiHliriL: aililre^Jtf presented his argument for universal understand.
Fr anecdote, more frequently than not ili-i ,nnected
r ation to th^ubject at hand, marked him for me a,
'eaker. whosewindamental difficulty lies in the f
goes astray ^m too frequent repetition ol pf,pu|a
th. Dr Nance had^tle to tell the seminar; as he him
,, his role as state chairman of the Florida March oi Dime,
oamnauu '<" him fatigued. It seemed almost embarrassinWtK.-ip^arg,,
th;,t he was baffled by his sudden inability to relate surfaegBM.e re(
in the rathei specialized problem of morality in our mw,
Mr I'mkeNteirrwaded with gusto into an examination^ -piritual
manship because. I suppose, current myth has it tbfR this u ntf
particular province and one in which he is undisputed leader In any
\>r. Fink. 1-teHTfe thesis rested on the belief that American in!
dustry and commarte Wand on a solid phalanx of moral and ethical
precepts as they arc found in the Bible and that he finds it impossibly
to understand wliyJheprocesses of government, as well as the relation-'
-hip- men entertain among one another, do not naturally follow suit:
I am little concerned with answering the Seminary chancellor on this
poipt one which find* its source in a naive and obviously nfutablg
hypothesis
Suffice it to say that the rise of the American labor movement, for
example, gives liftle basis in fact for the belief that industry and coifc
merce are motivated by Biblical concepts. The discussion thai followed
the addresses of both these men, however, warrants extended eemment.
For there, a seminar at which were present ostensibly inteTNa>m peopla
leader- of the community interested in progressbecame a threw
ring circus, with, a popular demand politely applauded for the return to
medievalism, tnkhc most degraded state in man's history.
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FORMER DAK County School Board member James Noel took th*
floor to demand a^jfrum to religious instruction in the schools "Tin
separation of ChurcmJIpjJFState,'' he said, "is the greatest evil of out
time." The astonishing thing was that Mr. Noel disregarded the spirit
of the seminar and. as I saw it, insulted his Jewish hosts. If nothing
else, he was expressive enough to ignore the innocuous platitudes gen-
erally set forth at such brotherhood functions. But only the grossest
and most insensitive individual could offer this solution to a muiorirjl
group that has thrived, among other reasons, precisely because it lives!
in a society whose democratic heritage strictly censors the encroach
ment of dogmatic religious thought upon publicly-owned school fa-
cilities.
An even more astonishing thing was that Dr. Finkelstein did not
immediately set Mr. Noel straightdid not inform him that this fcpin-
tion is a basic constitutional principal; did not point out that the faun-
ders of our nation were deliberately aware of and acted on the need td
divorce organized religion from general instruction in tht; ligh' of gen-
erations of tormented European history, during the course of which
men suffered untold torture because they were denied the right to free
conscience; did not indicate that Jews, as a minority group, suffered
particularly in this regard; did not emphasize that dogma Is no substi-
tute for morality.
As a result of this unfortunate silence. Dr. Nance, aejjeducator no
less, rose in support of Mr. Noel. "Why not religious instruction in the
schools''" he asked. "What arc you afraid of?" he wondered Clearly,
his question was addressed to Jews, who are traditionally staunch sup-
porters of the doctrine of separation. Far from challenging the virtually
unAmencan suggestion of a happily former school board member, it
seemed to me that Dr. Nance succeeded admirably in placing his hosts
on the defensive, R remained for Dade County School Board member
Anna Brenner Meyers to rise in opposition. When, in a series oi subse-
quent remark-. Dr. Finkelstein mildly suggested that the time was not
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EXPANSION MEETS NEW NEEDS
TEMPLE ISRAEL Miami's only Reform con-
gregation, has begun construction on its new
S350.000 two-story religious school that will
adjoin the present Temple site at 137 NE 19th st.
Consecration ceremonies are planned by
Temple Israel officials on Sunday, with United
States Sen. .George Smothers as principal
speaker.
Present school facilities care for some 550
students, and the new addition will accomodate
1,000 youngsters in its 23 classrooms, audi-
torium and chapel.
The need that Temple Israel feels for expan-
sion is a measure of its ever increasing pro-
grams for religious education, and we believe
this speaks excellently for the traditional and
cultural horizons with which its congregation
envisions dealing.
Founded in 1922, construction of Temple Is-
rael's present site began some five years later.
The present addition symbolizes the Temple's
careful effort to keep pace with the growing
religious needs of the Greater Miami area.
It is especially gratifying to note Temple
Israel's progress. Throughout the years, it has
maintained a level of diqnity and decorum, in
its congregation as well as in its religious
school and affiliate groups, that continues to
set a standard for general community emula-
tion.
We have been happily aware of congrega-
tional expansion to meet these growing needs
by other synagoques and centers as vw\\ ,
Flagler-Granada Jewish CommVnV Center not ^JA^^L^1005 a" *"" training because men ha
this week announced iSSESS^^I^! 52L.I-VKI i^TLlSfcHS?^ .5 ** he P* P> *B
monies, also on Sunday, for its new addition
at NW 51st pi. Flagler-Granada Is relatively
new and ministers to a rapidly burgeoning sec-
tion of Miami. We regard with satisfaction the
manner in which its leaders are joining reli-
gious institutions throughout the community in
providing facilities for the spiritual instruction
and cultural expression of all Miamians
DEMOCRACY RENEWED
THE ENTIRE AMERICAN community will
celebrate Brotherhood Week this year Feb. 20
to 27. During recent years, the spirit of toler-
ance and understanding among men of all
races and afeeds has grown steadily in this
country. *
Forces of bigotry still make themselves mani-
fest in a host of ways. Anti-Semite and an" -
Negro voices yet break the calm of a demo-
cratically-mmded people whose heritage 5
freedom is its dearest possession. But te fact
hn% 0P.Pi,e..fee^g3 and expressions of
r Ph!f * aLaln,,^ GraUy ~" haVe beUn to > up
against increasing resistance P
We believe the reason for this is plain- Prei,,
Polyglot of religious belief 3 5. ?UU!
herbage ,ha, developed the^^
demand had alre.1tjy.fjtoldi0u.sly undermined the purpose of the seminar.
Ting addition*, courage. Dr. Nance replied to Dr. Finkelstein: "I
naa rather Judaism be taught in the schools than nothing The object
lesson in the entire affair was that one cannot cram brotherhood down
nis neighbor s throatalbeit an "intellectual" neighborwithout arous-
ing even his most ardently repressed prejudices; only polite cliches
are permitted Apart from this object lesson, it seems to me that Jewish
1 neoiogical Seminary leaders must clarify their purposes if they are
0 continue in their self-assumed role as spokesmen for American Jew*
in the matter of spiritual statesmanship
fnH r 2 tM f morali,y ""not properly serve as a mean, inward,
J.n?ni h 6 S^minar>'. in fact the symbol of American Jewish
Z n v I u presents "*1 w such to an uninformed general cov
f ,r L ,^J*a'n and again ,old ,hat it- lo>e- remains ^ponsibte
,,' *-rp>-t evil of our time." The truth here lies in the fact tM
Mr k 18 aV.n nd PrecIud the possibility of an honest rebuttal,
to MrNoei ^,1 Dr Nance at the seminar.
5 R of uTU*- rtSUuW *" ,hc equal,y *"&* Mory that PP"red on PHl
editor iVnTm F/bi ,12 mornin8 daily, in which an ardent rel-g^
r nkelsZ^Td.. bt'W the Picture "U* Drs. Nance aa.f
advocaieJMu v 7 *'US tramm* in Pub,ic a*"00'* ,WaS' J
andThe JSS *** lhe n,y hope for ,h* futur for ,h,S """S
I^uirFiSelstein C"clusions were drawn at a seminar led by ty\
igno!ed*ihli,H,n ,0.,he fac' ,hat ,his is totally erroneous reporting.Jj
others hl Hm Vices of Mrs- ** *P- John B. for. Jr.*
on I^iu;ioU'n '^n- aS,ing the 'lightening shadow of appr^J
meier o rh" hVe7ca.,ly drawn nd betraying a silent hope that tW
as a iarnm?^ SU,e is a fu,ure PO"bility. This should sen*
mor.nr.nft nr arr-n'Bf needed: the xe.lots of dogma know H
EK&K eStmXT (med"val biennb>-when men ,
Dr Kmkd','',n',,) 13' ne day ,fter the Publication of the story. I*|
^n it at 7hl mme.nin his reactions, he replied that he had *
B'ake the Sendn!rRedK WUhUt concern" the great English P*j
hi mav remaTn y,ChanCe"r "is a,wa>s in P-radise And in Par*"*
''im to Se nron ream' if he wish Bt it would be ill -advised or
"vsf.cal ; ', ,n"nc,arn,**s ^ritual statesmanship from tj
manjap '"8e P01"1 wh,le iving little attention to practical HH


fRlDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955
+Jels>ncrfdnar)
Beth David Affiliate Groups
Honor Rabbi Rosenberg
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Zion. Philadelphia, Pa. was guest
of honor of the combined boards of
the I'TA, Sisterhood, Men's Club
and Beth David congregation at a
reception on Thursday evening.
Rabbi Rosenberg is a graduate of
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John Hopkins University, attended
Baltimore Teacher's College and
was ordained at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. He has served
Congregation Beth Zion for over
five years as spiritual leader. He
is a member of the Rabbinical As-
sembly and has been active in com-
munal work in Philadelphia in
many capacities.
Young -at-Heart' to Meet
Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of
the "Young-at-Heart" group of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom,
announced that Dr. Samuel Gcrt-
man, medical director of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, will ad-
dress an open meeting on Monday
afternoon, Feb. 21. on the subject
"How to Grow Old Gracefully."
Jerome Gordon New Assistant At Temple Emanu-El
Temple F.nianu F.I this week an-
nounced the appointment of Je-
rome Gordon to the position of
administrative assistant.
Formerly with Beth David Con-
gregation where he served as exe-
cutive and educational director for
the past seven years, Gordon was
' previously associated with various
! congregations' in Rochester, N.Y.,
in the same capacity.
Gordon is a member of the exec-
utive committee of the Greater Mi-
ami Bureau of Jewish Education
and on the board of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America and the Zion-
ist Youth Commission.
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The Drue D -.eett at Sever. Seas restaurant to enroll
new workers ans contributors it. the Combined Jewish Appeal
Shown with chairman Sam Goldman (center are Jay Cone
Harold S. Abbott, Goldman. Harvey Brock and Aaron WcJd-
man.
a personal message from
SAM J. HEIMAN, chairman
1955 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
A successful dinner affair proves inspiration for members of the Combined Jewish Appecl
Food Division at a recent meeting in the Columbus hotel. Shown cl head table are Dr. B*
jamin B. Rosenberg, Mrs. Bernard Stevens Berncnd Stevens Mrs. Jacob Keelmcn. -iincipalj
speaker, campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman and vice chairman Leo Chcrikin.
tt^^^SSTJ^S!work ,he CoBba-d ^ *~&
the Harlem SaLI rw cheerfuUY *ptmq argument,. Shown at a meeting ***
Sba.toXUb?, ? (Wft Sam C*^ Howard Hich and H^
Roth and ^u^ I19h *" ** Howard B. Glaan. Philip U-*


my FEBRUARY 18, 1955
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PAGE 7A
\b. 21 -27 To Mark Role Of Senior C itizens In Bade A
ge-ior (-itizens Week will be marked by Greater Miami Feb. 21 to 27 Harold Thurman rnrn\ nM ,
nmun.lv leader, has been named chairman of the celebration Thurman. Coral Gables Center professional staff, aided by
, Thurman late Wednesday explained that the purposes of Senior Citizens Week are three fold I re*ula1r grou? >eders who are as-
Lip better understanding of the needs of our community's older residents and to appraise S assets ITJl ^".l Phfses,of aCtivi,y'
t qualities In terms of possible achievement rather than in terms of problems; o examin^ the aciUUe thiL.'" gU'de V". deve,0.|m,Ient ,/
Liable locally for their needs; and to develop programs and additional faril.ti.-s fr ,h ""!; .!.', these groups into increasingly self-
Idpiiicnt."
1 a major event with respect to the senior citizens f Dade Countv will take place on Thursday Feb 24
the Dade County Court House, when the house welfare committee
the Florida Legislature, headed by J. a. Altxanuer, wni nom taci
rea
, .cu.ui uiwiiu iiiiinrs wno are as-
are three-fold: to signed to various phases of activity,
appraise th"ir assets -
jxamine the facilities
iitional facilities for their continued de sufficient bodies.
In the course of participating in
this type of program, men and
women in the golden years of their
jjng hearings on the problems of the agintj.
opting to Thurman, the.entire program for Senior Citizens I
L,k is being planned by the Senior Citizens Division of the Welfare
Enr.mg Council, headed by Dr. Walter O. Walker of the University of
Em", and Barbara Jack, secretary. -
meng Jewish agencies invited interviews, through which the pro-
,, .,.nt briefs and participate in fesaional worker and the person be-
r.wrings are Jew^h Social mg helped come to know each oth-1
,,. Bureau. Albert Com inor, er the prohlem. and what can be
...ive director, on the psycho- |aone about it
<::'^l:\'fJhZ *?"&'"!!: \ Through the existing casework
Home for the Aged. Maurice
trlstein, executive director, on
services and the work of its Voca-
tional Service Department, which
,v'r;;;^H:rfornscAg^>n arSn"at
........ i-....... u-i,al1 possible, the agency is now
agency
actively reaching about 70 older
people each month.
The work of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women for senior
pdical aspects; Greater Miami
jfh Community Center, Efraim
itive director, on recre-
eds; National Council of
:-', Women, tflss Minnie Fein-
executive secretary; BabbUo- citizens oni the national level can
-piriiual leader of Tern- divided into two categories:
first, special projects for senior
citizens and second, services of-
fered to them as part of Council's
work with the foreign born. This
I on religious aspects; and
\ Jewish Education, Louis
\ i in. executive director,
an will summarize the ma
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presentee- at the close of the interest is exemplified by the.fact
that almost half of the 24j Sections
in all parts of the country have
part o Senior Cifuens pro- undertaPken jects a(,
here, the Jewish Social Serv- f(ff ,he .
exists to provide social
Hait',4 Thurman
the education of blind children and
that services would be primarily
lives have found a refreshed out-
look, a new vigor and a new pur-
pose for existence, so that many
of the health and psychological
problems of aging have been treat-
ed indirectly by this kind of ther-
apy.
The senior citizen also makes
himself evident at the Bureau of
Jewish Education At the Bureaus
central library, containing Over
5.000 volumes, the senior citizen
is seen daily brousing among the
books in the English, Hebrew and
Yiddish sections, borrowing three
to five books to take home for
close study or pleasant reading.
The senior citizen accounts for al-
most one half of the 1,000 books
circulated each year.
At the adult courses sponsored
by the Bureau, again the senior
citizen is evident, some of the
most ambitious students taking
1 courses in Jewish history. Bible,
I customs and ceremonies, and mod-
ern history. Certificates of Comple-
tion in these subjects issued each
year by the Bureau contain the
names of many senior citizens who
Or. Walter Waller 0. Walker
.-*..%.-.-' ""wi'i tjx uiiiiiaiiii i ,
erv,ces limited to wide volunteer services Javc not given up the urge for
M lh- School Board, the commu [***? TO and enlightenment,
k h Ip for the people of the, ,n M,am' and for manv >. nity welfare committee of Council n ,ne board of directors of the
i-l community who need and t'ouncil has offered its services to decided it could begin considering Bure.aU- many sJ110r cltlzens 've
II that lulp It gives expression ',he older members of the commu- olher areas of the community ,he,r ,lmf and *n*W** for the
h< food feelings that most peo- J** wh w,shed to become citizens. whore its "know-how" could be of advancement of standards in .lew-
i wanting to help their Thev have attended Council's Eng- vaiue ish education.____________________
khbors In the time of their dis- llsh classes and received help in one of the most rapidly develop"
Its purpose is to contribute Preparing for their naturalization ing programs of the Greater Miami
in belter life of the people of Jexa -unauon. when there have been Jewish Community Center, which
al community, where pos- special problems related to citizen- serves every member of the family
..-I:.:: hen tamily ties and I sn'P Not on|V have the prospoc- from Dre-school age on up. has
| each individual live more I five'Citizens themselves wiled on bpen the category of Golden Age. | Samuel Ritter. a founder of the
lUUy tSWl mIh,^ lu St' Starting Wi,h nC Golden Age Hebrew Academy and vice presi-
: gency accomplishes its pur- | u Jl n? ,0 C0UnCl1 ,0 asMSt Friendship Club several years ao. de, for the past ^en years, will
- : making professional serv- IInese PeP,e- the Center now has three such present a Scroll of Law on Sun-
;., liable to those in need of Locally Council has aiso been in- clubs operating in its various |dav evening. Feb. 27. in memory
!h w.i> this professional terested in trying to help the com- branches, and also is providing rec-1 of his wifo. Rose, who passed away
ce i- given, the method used, munity offer needed services, reational service for residents of ]ast April.
rk" consists sim-| When it became known that the i direel face, personal | Board of Education was taking over Altogether, some 300 senior oiti- j ITlonv wj|| (j^ p]ace a( Kneseth
70ns are receiving the benefits of jJJJ ConRrefiation.
this regular supervised leisure time
activity.
GMJCC has approached service
]to senior citizens here in the spirit
of helping them to conduct their
own affairs and to find useful ex-
pression for their talents and abili-
ties. With the conviction that men
and women over 55 year- ol age and Temple Beth Sholom. His late
Forum on Mythological Source
Seventh lecture of the Jewish
inquiry forum series sponsored by
the Beth El Hebrew Academy, will
be held Tuesday evening, Feb. 22,
in Academy Hall. Dr. Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky will lecture on "The Sil-
ent Widow." drawing from Jewish
and ancient mythological sources.
\ auestion and answer period will
follow. Mr. Henry Weiss is chair-
nan of the forum committee.
Ritter to Present Scroll of Law
To Hebrew Academy Sunday
Owner of the Netherland hotel.
Miami Beach, and Chalfonte Apart
meats, Washington, DC, and prom
inent in local, civic and rallsjtous
affairs. Ritter is also a trustee of
Temple Emanu-EI. Home for the
\:".l Congregation Beth Jacob
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JIWl,i
ro* h
need to maintain confidence in
themselves and belief in what they
have to offer, the activities of the
Center have been geared toward
self-government and creative ex-
wife was a charter member and
vice president of Hebrew Academv
Women and'S prominent figure in
Hadassah, the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. Home for the Aged
and many other local and national
y.
uor citizens at the Jewish Home lor tha Aged demonstrate
it creative talent and oiler lor sale the products they make
Fheu leisure time. Funds are used for the various programs
residents at the Home.
Samuel Hitter
sisted by the Hebrew Academy
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pression.
Each club elects its own officers, organizations
conducts regular business meetings Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
| and plans its own programs. The cipal of the Academy, said that the
------------------------------------------------ j Scroll, handwritten by an eminent
' { Warsaw Scribe prior to World War
A JCOflDWlttee H- was rescued by a croup of sup
_ vivors of the Hitler holocaust "The
H@C(] lO SpeOK group, finally finding refuge in
r America, brought with them sever- chs."unde7the"dTrection"rMir-
Signiiicance of social discrimina- ?1 Scrolls which thv salvaged from jam Donnerstag, music director,
tion in American life will be dis- the ruins of a leading Warsaw syn- | Toastmaster of the evening will
cussed bv David Danzig, director Mom* during the blitzkrieg by the ^ shepard Broad Mavor of Bay
of planning and control of the Nazis." Harbor Island, ani president of the
American Jewish Committee, at a Thjs Scroll, according to Rabbi Mercantile National Bank. Miami
meeting of the executive commit- c.ros-. will be placed in the Arc Beach.
,,,. of the Creater Miami Chapter of the Academy alongside the! Mavor Han.ld Shapiro, of Miami
this week, it was announced b> Scro presented two yea>s aW hv ^^ wj ,.xtem| ^1^ n be.
Kurt Reiser, chairman. Mr. an(, Mrs Samuel Ritter in half of tno cltv }u,mbcr> the
Danzig, who is on a tow of memory of their parents. An espe- r,. rlmrjl an(1 ,)1h(,r dignitaries
Snuthorn communities in which the ciany designed artistic crown for vvi!| a,M) bo scnt B Bjni|(,r
American Jewish (ommiltec has ,he Scroll will also be presented by |)r(.s|ll<,; ,hl. Al.:i(I(.mv. wm
chapters, supervises the Planning Ritler durmR the ceremony. ,,.lk on K,,la]f ,pf ,,,,, scho(l|.s of.
and selection of priorities for the Participating in the dedication f. ^ director
national' activities of American ceremony will be Rabbi Irving
Jewish Committee projects. Form Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI. ,
eily national program director of who will deliver the dedication ad-1 Bert lumpson Installed
the USO. Danzig served as program (iress Cantor Philip Brummer will i Rabbi Irvins I "hrman. spiritual
director of the Army and Navy chant the liturgical portions of the leader of Temple Emanu-EI, install-
Division of the National Jewish ceremony. The cantor will be as-
Welfare Board. He is a graduate
of the Pennsylvania School of So-
h
cial Work.
Leo Robinson. Chapter president,
announced his appointment of Van
Naomi Roth Installed
Pythian Sisters. Maccabee Tem-
ple 50. met recently to install Sis-
Myers as chairman of a newly or- ter Naomi Roth as Honorary Sit
ganized discussion group commit-1 tjng Pasl chief. Brother "Sam
B. ,p.lden Age Club president receives gavel at the recent
L Ua,1n ol ofiicers at the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jew-
ice Myers, a Wometco-WTVJ ex-
iecutive. will be responsible for the
ng
Avins, Vice Chancelor of Maccab-
bee Lodge 182, Knights of Pythias.
formation of community discussion presented the new organization a
groups which will focus considers- j check for j25 on behalf of his or-
f. "> r uiuiiv-ii, uiciiid ..... '-- tion on current problems of inter-1 ...
^ommumty Center. At the left in Henry Garison. incoming est to the Jewish community. He Sa"tin Saturday night, Feb. 26,
"Went. Wh0 is congratulated by the man whose position is also a member of the Chapter will mark the first card and game
wiH occupy. Hyman Kam. executive committee. | night to be sponsored by the group.
newly elected officers of the Young
Adult Group at its Wednesday
meeting.
Installed were Bert Tumpson,
president; Hy Josovitz. first vice
president: Lila Eisenberg, second
vice president; Debbie Graboyes.
treasurer; Edith Mudrick. record-
ing secretary; and Shirley Shuster.
corresponding secretary. A tribute
was paid Irving Scherr, outgoing
president.
Next social event planned by the
group will be a "Sweetheart
Swing" on Feb. 27, to be highlight-
ed by the chosing of a "Queen."


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Miss Xamoff Fiancee
' Of David Bermah
Mka Sydell Namoff is now the
1 fiance* of David M Bennan. The
betrothed couple are planning for
* June wedding.
The bride-elect is daughter oi,
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Namoff. 1300
6th a\e Mr Bennan" parent -
are Mr and Mr> Jerome Sand.
2436 SW 58th ave.
A ira^iuate of Miami Senior High "
Mis- Namoff attended the
enatj of Florida and belongs
Shard Chapter. B"nai B'nth
Young Women, where she hold-
the office of vice president
Mr III IW all* graduated from
Miami Senior High School and the
I Diversity of Miami His fraternity
Alpha Epcalon Pi. He i- a cer-
tified public accountant with the
: Resnick and Land*.'.

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Diskin Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah IVh. 1!)
Jack Diskin, son of Mr and Mrs
Sii Di>kin, will celebrate his Bar
afe at Temple Emanu El on
Feb 19 Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. The cele-
brant n an eighth grade student
a: Mian. Beach Junior High School
and is mvttt'MMirl* g^ade of the
religious school of Teaaple Emanu-
B
Richard Dessauer. v,r. | \ir ^ j
Mrs. Samuel Matloff, .:: be Bat ^
Mitzvah at Temple En.ar.u-Q
Saturday. Feb. 19. Babbi ln'ui\
Lehrman will officiate R. chard it
an eighth grade studer.-. a: Mun(
Beach Junior High Sen-.: andU
a member of the second -mfc ^
the Temple Emanu E! rebpoa
school
3joo.
Mrs. Max
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Reception ^X/it) Honor Martin Grttleman Sund*y .
Martin Stephen Gittleman will
Far Mitzvan dunng Satur-
morning services of Beth El
Congregation Feb. 19.
Rabb: Shmaryahu Svinky will
.-. Cantor Fihel Lut-
anan rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy
Martin is the son of the Loui*
J45o NW SIM Mi-
Ar, eighth grade student at
- rt E Lee Junior High School.
he is violinist and concert oamtar
of the school orchestra
Among | the
.-.-,.- *..'. kaj V.arv.r pnajjd
pare-:- Mr. and Mr> Isidor
Sch.r.dler. of Miami
A reception will be held in his
bocmt at the Sun-
evemag. Out-of-town visit
mchtde an uncle and aunt.
Mr a=d Mrs. Kay Berenbaum. of
South Orange N J and another
aaant. Mrs Ckarles Benon New
Torah Teiplr
or. beautiful B^sccyn* Bay
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LeaderScheduled to Speak
^
ation in the rehabilitation of un-
derprivileged Jewish people
abroad.
Reportedly the largest non-gov-
ernmental vocational training ag-
ency in the world, ORT maintains
over 300 tuition-free installations.
Mrs. Jarvis is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Howard, of
Miami Beach, one of the founders
of the OKIChapter hrc.
Luncheon chairmen will be Mrs.
Philip Stark and Mrs Frances Pol-
| lack. Mrs. Milton Perlman is jour-
nal chairman.
Tercentenary-Birthday Affair
>Je*st>fkr*&>r
Nobl* Savage te be Reviewed
At MMfcsMfr Mbit Xmtiay
Sixth in the series of book re-
views sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah will take
place Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 22,
at Hibiscus Masonic Temple.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstcin will discuss
"Noble Savage," by Laurence and
Elizabeth Hanson.
Mrs. Donald Murray is scries co-
ordinator. Proceeds go toward vo-
cational training programs in
Israel.
PAGE 9 K
Tots About Town...
71
Mrs. Serje tun/is
Mr Serge Jarvis, of Stamford,
fonn., member of the executive
committee, atid leader in Women's
Vmencan ORT. is visiting the
breatrr Miami area on a speaking
fcnd organizing tour.
Inclmled in the schedule of her
Activities here is a lunch and fash-
ion flsow sponsored by the Greater
Miami Chapter of ORT on Wednes-
day noon, Feb. 23, at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel
Mrs, Jarvis has made several
|rips overseas recently to visit ORT
Installations in Israel, Europe and
Korlh Africa She will discuss the
rork of the international organiz-
Possibility of Peace Viewed
Rabbi Lehrman in Address
Men's Club of Temple Israel will
hear Dr. Granvillc C. Fisher at a
meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 22,
in a discussion of "Is World Peace
Possible." Dr. Fisher is chairman
of the Department of Psychology at
the University at Miami.
Joint Jewrsh T e r centenary-
George Washington's birthday cele-
bration has been planned by the
Temple Emanu El Chapter of
United Synagogue Youth for Sun-'
da evening, Feb. 20, in the assent- j
bly hall of the religious school, the '
movie, "Hayim Solomon, American Ufnma|i Pt*ACf*n4-
Patriot," will be shown. Delegates I
will be selected to represent the
group at the forthcoming U.S.Y.
convention jn Charleston, S.C.,
March II 19 14.
All Star Shorn Smdf
Once again, ''stars of show busi-
ness have volunteered their tal-
ents for a worthy charity. This
time it is foe the all star show be-
ing sponsored by fhe Dade County
Chapter of the Florida Federation
of the Blind. The four-hour variety
show will be held at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Sunday eve-
ning. George Pomerantz is presi-
dent of the local group.
Mr; and Mrs. Robert Frank are being congratulated on their
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Working together for their
Brotherhood Week project, mem-
bers of the Council of Church
Women, the Colored Council of
Church Women and the Conference
of Jewish Women's Organizations
will present their fifth annual In-
stitute of Judaism at Temple Israel
on Thursday, Feb. 24, 10 a.m.
A complete miniature service
will be presented in the morning,
with a sermonette on "Judaism in
the Home, the Community and the
Synagoeue" by Dr. Joseph R. Nar-
ot, spiritual leader of Temple Is-
rael. Afternoon session will be de-
voted to group singing and a talk
on "Jewish Music Through the
Ages," by Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
accompanied by Miss Frances Tar-
boux.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin is chairman
of the arrangements committee for
the event with a group from the
Conference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations assisting her. including
the Mesdames Aaron Farr. presi-
dent. Milton Marbulis, Alexander
Kogan, Maurice Serotta, Joseph
Ruffner. Robert Mayer and Harold
Thurman.
From the Council of Church
Women, members of the committee
include the Mesdames J. J. McFar-
lin, president, Edward Ullrich,
George Wheeler, Walter Beckham,
Jr., and Caxton Doggett. Repre-
sentatives of the Colored Council
of Church Women are the Mes-
dames Edward Graham, chairman,
Elizabeth Brown, Alberta Kerry
and Esther A. Norris.
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Mrs. Moe Feingold is chair-
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Combined Jewish Appeal on
Monday afternoon. Feb. 21,
at the Beef and Bird restaur-
ant. Hugh McDonald, young
American veteran of the Isr-
ael War of Independence,
will be principal speaker.
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Jubilee Must Clear Mount Sinai Debt-Kane
With just two weeks remaining
until Mount Sinai Hospitals fifth
annual all star Jubilee becomes hi-
ti ry, chairman Howard Kane
sounded the alarm to members of
the hospital's board of trustees at
a -pecial meeting called this week.
We must not fall into a state
of complacency. Kane said, 'if
we are to reach our goal of $150.-
000. It is imperative that this goal
be reached if the 1954 deficit of
lfi jnt Sinai ia to be overcome. We
double and triple our efforts.
or else face the reateatian that
have fallen IB
The deficit is a result of the hos-
pital's many free and part-free
services to the community such as
clinks, -ocial -enict work -chools
for residents, internes and nurses
and ever growing re>eurch and di-
agnostic departments
The show this year promise- to
be the greatest ever Kane added,
and it is up to u to nutch the
magnificence of the -how with a
sell-out audience."
paper fame, will be here n. chair.
the -how for the fourth consecutive
and will be J""'(l b> ****
from even part of the show bu.-i-
ne- world In charge of entertain-
ment are chairman Ben Gainei and
producer Sid Franklin
The office volunteer corps, un-
' der the leadership of Mr*. Murray
Shaw ped UP lN Pace- as
, phone corp- headed by .
Mrs Samue! Marks
Copies of Famous Washington
Letter to be Given Away
During Beth Israel Services
New York philanthropist and
tor Morris Morgenstern will
.- the mu-
(urj n orning
servie rth l-rael Congrega-
te ave. and 40th St., Be-
ing an announcement this
nt.
ring the pulpit with Morgen-
be Rabbi S P. Wi
San Francisco, who will
: a sermon on the Weekly
Portion of the Law Eli Samuel
the congregation choir will as-
^er.-tern is the owner of the
famous George Wa-hington letter
to the Hel n ngregation of
Newport. R.I., written in 1790.
which contains the now famou- re-
mark The Government of the
United States, which gives to big-
try i -ecution no
e."
ik financier previ-
le !he valuable letter
lable for public exhibition in
1947, when million.- of Americans
reedom Train.
Cop.- the George Washing-
ton letter will be given to worship-
ers Sal morning at Beth I--
'Lucia' Will Open
Saturday Evening
\rturo
Morris Morgenstern
YIV0 Committee Will Climax
Drive With Banquet Sunday
oer-hip
: will
be dil a banque' Sun-
Di Lido
lunce-
;
'.
if the
:.m will
gbaum,
that
I ha- ju-t completed it- 29th
Three to Speak at Nursery
Schools on Prejudice
"Hiyh Wall." a film on the ef-
fect of prejudice on a young child,
will be shown at three PTA meet-
ings of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center Nursery Schools
on Wednesday. Feb. 23.
Dr. George Epley. chairman of
the Human Relations Department
at the University of Miami, will
pre-ent the topic at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center. Gilbert .1
Balkin. director. Florida Regional
Anti-Defamation League, will ad-
B
S rmour Samet Southeastern
art a director. American Jewish
Com:: I] talk at the Town
Branch.
Dr. Sparer in Address
In celebration "f I'unm. Dr Mal-
ls' Sparer, spiritual li
I'unm'- Gift
T' at an i pel of the
;:
Sprinc- Jewish Center on Wi
day evi 23 Also, in eel-
wish Music Month,
there will be a program of Jewish
and H< red by the
r choral group under the di-
ntor Ben Gi
Post Auxiliary Slates Affair
A social evening i- planned for
the Ladie-' Auxiliary. Coral Gable-
-h War Veteran- This
last meeting before elections will
I held 1 ii eb. 22.
at the 'lor
Business, Social Meeting Due
Tropical 'hapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a business and
--ocial meeting on Tuesday evening,
Feb 22. at the Cadillac hotel.
Social Evening Wednesday
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
will hold a -ocial im ednes-
''ay the Id publican
f'lub
Mayor Harold Shapiro (second from left) congratulates Philip
Miller, vice president of Southern Upholstery Supply Co., on
the opening of the new building of the wholesale fabrics house
at 4111 North Miami ave. Looking on are Harry Mishkin (left),
president, and George Schwartz, treasurer of Southern.
IP is the
Cite : the initial Greater Miami
Uttia
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dare will I
ty Auditorium
tured will
be Metropolitan
Opera stars Do-
Ion W .
Ferrucui Taglia-
\im and
Guarrtr.t
The Opera
Guild also plan-
a Dade Auditon-
jin performance
on Saturday evening. Feb 26. In
addition, the world-renowned opera
will have a Beach run at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Thursday
evening, Feb 24
Dr di Filippi said this week that
the production of "Lucia di Lam-
mermoor" will be the last this
n for the Opera Guild.
Ticket- are available at Bur-
dine-. Cordelia's Card Shop, Stead-
' man- Record Shop in Coral Gables.
Sak'.- Filth Avenue. Miami Beach
: Radio Company and Dade County
and Miami Beach Auditoriums.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1955
Mill Wilson
Canadian Philanthropist Dies
Suddenly on Visit Here
One of Canada- outstanding
philanthropists, Henry Shidlowsky,
passed away suddenly at Jackson
Memori Hospital Tuesday eve
ning He was here with his wife,
Priscilla, visiting his son-in-law and
hter, Mr. and Mr- Daniel Ser
ott. ai
randson of the < hiel Rabbi
ii iIzechoslovaliia, Shidlovt k;
p( i Jewish '
da nd wa a founder ol the
< hi ra Kadisha there, ai well as
the well known D'Arcy Street Tal-
mud Torah He was also the presi-
dent of the Score Sporting Goods
Con pany.
The widow and her daughter,
Mr- Pi nny Serott, left by plane
Wednesday for the services which
will i e in Toronto at the
Park Memori il Chanel. The family
will -it shiva at 408 Markham -<.'.
Toronto.
In addition to Mr-. Serott. the
dei ased nave- five -mis. three
1 daughters, twenty-four grandchil-
dren and ion,- great grandchildren.
To Mark Brotherhood Week
Week will be cele
i i rental Feb 24,
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Coral Gables Youth Forum
Meeting of Coral Gables ,!,Wlsh
Center Wednesday evening, f^
23. will sponsor a Parent youth .
forum. Meeting will open .aj; "
choral selections under the rhrw.
tion of Robert Strassberg.
Miami Business Gentleman
A6C4S
5'6" tall, 160 lbs., Wo,th
ver $20,000
Wishes to Moot an
Attractive Educated
Young Lady
No objection with on? child. Dietary
lews observer. Object motrieieay.
State oee, height, weight m tint
letter, strictly confidential Seed
phone namaer. Mr. R., Box 2973,
'Miami It.
Alexander S. Gordon has
been named president of the
construction and service
trades division of the Miami
Chamber o! Commerce. Oth-
er officers named were
Richard W. Fincher, firsi vice
president; and Charles H.
Wnitebrook, second vice
president.
wwwwv.
WIDOW
Refined. Orthodox Background, middle.
aged, WOULD LIKE TO MEET GENTU
MAN between 60 65, considering matri-
mony. Mrs. S., Box 2973, Miair.i l|.
Cantors Klein, Bornstein
To be Heard at Festival
Canton Edward Klein and Ja-
cob Bornstein and their respective
choir.- at the North Shore Jewish
Center and Temple Israel will pre-
sent the liturgical section of the
Jewish Musk Festival program
Wednesday night. March 2, at the
Miami Beach High School auditori-
um.
These two groups were selected
to represent the Cantors' Associa-
tion, which is cooperating with this
project, sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Other parts of this concert will
be devoted to Israeli. Yiddish and
art music, to be presented through
the medium of chorus, dance group
and instrumental solos. Program
coordinator is Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. and chairman of the festival
is Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
The North Shore Jewish Center
Choir is directed by E-:I Samuels,
who for many years prior to com-
ing to Miami, was choral director
for a number of organizations In
the New York area
Gettinger Slated to Talk
Max Gettinger, assistant dim
tor, Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, will lead the session on "\\ hj
Community Service in a conclud-
ing institute on Mondaj evening,
Feb 21, at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish -Community Center, Town
Branch.
ROOM, BOARD & CARE
Beawtifal home. T.V. Care by foraer
Norse. Diets.
Phone 83-1 Ml
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Resident Physician and Norse
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Brotherhood
Week
will be celebrated
Thursday, Feb. 24, 1955
8:30 p.m.
et the
Jewish Cultural
Center
429 LENOX AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Excellent Program
Prominent Speakers
Admission Free
sponsored by fbc
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'A Summer Camping Adventure with a Purpose"
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955
H
[Maxwell Fassler Named to Assist
Director of Social Service Bureau
Mrs Leo Ackerman. president of
Le hoard of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, this week an-
nounced Hie appointment of Max-
Loll Fassler to the position of case

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sni f the agency.
(.--,.-Irr.-who takes over this posi-
Ijon mi Feb. 21- wiU act as Ken'
Lral assistant 0> the executive di-
Lctor, carrying responsibility for
[l, riircrtion of professional case-
or|j services. Mrs. Ackerman de-
flared that "JSSB has for some
jme been -carcnlnjj for a profes-
fcon.il social worker of outstanding
rpulation and competence to help
^,.PI the increasing demands be-
made on the Bureau for fam-
v counseling. Eeach year," she
hiil. "larger numbers of families
bva lieeii turning to the agency
or help with marital relationships,
lolp With disturbances in children,
[nd help in individual adjust-
ncnt."
Fassler comes to Miami from the
Irooklyn Regional Office of the
Iclerans Administration, where
|, has been serving as chief psy-
iafric social worker, in charge of
II social work activities in the
Mclii.iti > and neuroloRy out-pa-
tent clinic programs. He has been
Esaciated with the field of social
Irork since 1935.
leort Surgeon to be Guest
(it Miami Group Banquet
Dr Charles E. Bailey, pioneer in
tart sut jery, will be guest of hon-
at the sixth annual banquet of
I ,ii r Miami Group of Debor-
Tithi rculosis Sanatorium and
|ospital on Sunday, Feb. 27. at
i'P.i City,
According to co-chairmen Mrs.
Idney (iin>berg and Mrs. Rhoda
pvine, some 600 persons are ex-
acted to attend the dinner and
fnce to hear the noted surgeon
iosi technique on "mitral com-
Isurotemy" -et the pattern for
rdiac surgerj that has been fol-
u'll bj surgeons throughout the
brld.
All pn wci\. ol the function, ac-
i i" the spokesmen, will go
wards maintenance of the hos-
|tal in Browns Mills. N.J., which
1 II ues of the chest in-
Uding heart and cancer. It main-
} imunity health services
Larian free basis. There
1' i iridians treated for
I chesl diseases during the
k>t yi
He received his degree of Mas-
ter of Social Work from the West-
ern Reserve School of Applied So-
cial Sciences in 1943. He received
the Certificate in Applied Psychia-
try for Social Workers from the
William Alanson White Institute
, for Psychiatry. Psychology and Psy-
choanalysis. He is well known in
New York for his leadership in the
fields of psychiatric social work
(and mental hygiene, having served
oh the mental hygiene committees
of the Brooklyn Council for So-
,eial Planning and the New York
Welfare and Health Council.
He is one of the founders of the
Brooklyn Association for Mental
: Health. From 1949 until he left
for Miami, he was the editor of the
I "Bulletin" of that organization. He
| is a member of the American As-
sociation of Social Workers, the
National Conference of Social
j Work and the National Conference
of Jewish Communal Service.
Miami Beach Man Named
District Supervisor Here
Carl Gardner, Miami Beach in-
surance man, has been appointed
district supervisor of the state bev-
erage department, with headquar
tcFs in Miami.
He will direct activities in Dade,
Broward and Monroe counties
Gardner. 54, of 1604 Michigan
ave., Miami Beach, was in the fujni-
ture business 20 years. He served
three terms as president of the
Civic League of Miami Beach and
was president of the Miami Beach
Baseball Club.
Golden Age Clubs to Honor
Senior Citizens Week Sunday
In honor of Senior Citizens
Week, the three Golden Age Clubs
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will join together
in a program to be conducted at the
Town Branch on Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Walter Walker, of (he Uni-
versity of Miami faculty and chair-
man of the senior citizens commit
tee of the Walfare Planning Coun-
cil, will be guest speaker.
Greetings will be offered by the
three club presidents: Henry Gar-
ison. Town Branch; Harry Levin.
{)each Branch; and Maurice Shaw.
Flagler-Granada. Some 300 Golden
Agers are expected to attend.
Workmen's Circle Women
Plan Banquet Sunday
Women's Club of the Workmen's
Circle 692 will celebrate its 25th
anniversary with a banquet and
concert on Sunday evening at the
Lyceum, 25 Washington ave.
Participating will be Cantor Aar-
on Weingarten. of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, and Joseph Schreibman.
who will present a selection of
songs. Also singing will be Miss
Rhea Haber.
The banquet will also feature a
recognition of radio commentators
Morris Nasatir, Jacob Schachter
and Simon Seiden "for their many-
years of cooperation with th.1
Workmen's Circle."
To be tape-recorded, the program
will be presented Sunday, Feb. 27.
on the Gross & Birnbaum radio
hour.
'Shows New Nation Vividly"
. Miami Herald
FIRST ALL-ISRAELI FILM
SPOKEN IN ENGLISH
"Fascinating and delightful
interpretation of Israel today."
Rahbi Irv. Lehrman,
Temple Emanu-El
"Interesting, entertaining, and very
touching."
Fred Jonas, M. B. Zionist District
Sponsored by
Greater Miami HADASSAtf

* FIVE TALCS FROM ISRAEL
-
I Ticketi: Matinee $1.00, Evening $1.25
at Box Office or Hadatiah Member!
Starts

FEB. 22nd
CINEMA
THEATRE
1235 Ua-hington Ave.
Viartii It..nli
Phone 5-6202
Weingarten
Sisterhood Slates Meeting
Sisterhood Of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will have
a regular meting on Tuesday after-,
noon. Feb 22. it has been announc-
ed by Mrs. Robert Schweitzer,
president.
Chicago Club Plans Function
Chicago Club of Greater Miami
will give a dinner dame on Sun- j
day, March 6. at Copa City. Sam i
Pearlman is in charge or reserva-
tions.
WORLD RENOWNED CANTOR
DAVID KUSEVITSKY
HIS FIRST APPlARAHit IN
MIAMI BEACH
will officiate of
KNESETH ISRAEL
SYNAGOGUE
1415 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach
Friday Evening, Feb. 25
at 5:30
mnd
Saturday Morning at 8:30
Contribution SI .50
Cantor Kusevitsky will also present a
CONCERT OF JEWISH MUSIC
in the Synagogue
Saturday Night, February 25th, at 8:30
Contribution SI.00
pending a special screening of "Chamisha"a film featur-
im .,aIes in En9lish from Israelare members of the
t'omsts districts of Greater Miami. The film, sponsored by the
EreF i Hadassah. will be shown at the Cinema The-
Lr 'p. ,22 to 24- Examininq press books on "Chamisha"
Frerli Cravitt, Coral Gables; David Goodwin. Masada;
bilh dS' M,ami Beach; Sheldon Lelchuck. North Shore; and
een Happaporti director of the Florida Zioniat Region.
CfllTlPO
OPEN 1:45
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MIAMI HACM
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
I Corner Prairie Ave and 40th St., Miami Beach
I Shabbat Services Feb. 19th
t 8:45 a.m.
RABBI S. P. WOHLGELERNTER, of San Francisco
Will Give a Sermon
The Well Known Philanthropist-Cantor
MR. MORRIS M0RGENSTERN
of New York, will officiate as Cantor
with ffce assistance i the eminent
MR. ELY SAMUEL and his SYMPHONIC CHOIR
MR. MORGINSTIRS IS THE OWNER OF THE FAMOUS
GEORGE WASHINGTON Lf.TTf.lt
70 THl HEBREW CONGREGATION OF NEWPORT, KHODt ISLAND
IN 1790
Rabbi S. P. Wohlge/ernfer
Copies of thit letter will be available to the
worshippers on Saturday evening
ALL WELCOME ADMISSION FREE
MORRIS WEINSTEIN, President


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORS
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Yaakov
G. Rosenberg officiating. Cantor
Maurice Mamehes will render the
musical portions of the liturgy, as-
sisted by the Beth David choir un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jack Don-
nerstag. Floral offering will be by
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman. Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Junior serv-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lchr-
man officiating and discussing:
Ideas That Changed the World."
Cantor Philip Brummer will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when the Rabbi will preach
on the Weekly Portion. Jack, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diskin. and
Richard Dessauer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Mattloff. will become
ices are Saturday- morning a' 10:30 ,
a.m. Louis Gadon wiM officiate Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in
Dav ..-vices are at 7:30 a.m. and *h* ShaPel at 8 am' and b '" ,h 5:45 pin. (evening. ^ ^ ^
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday-
evening services at 8:15 p.m. Adult
class of the Center will participate.
Rabbi Malcolm Sparer will preach
on the topic: "Is Modern Day Psy-
choanalysis Immoral?" Junior
services are Saturday at 10 a.m.
,
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Frida'- evening sen-ices at
5:30 nm. Saturday morninT serv-
ices are at 8:30 am. Rabbi Sbmir.
yahn S-irvi-.- ,i.i|| officiate a"'' dis-
cuss: "A Miehtv Ro"'- in We?
Times." Cantor Fishel 1,'itman vill
render th musical nortions of the
liturev. Junior servires ar" at 10
a.m. in A<*nd<"Tiv Hall. Martin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gittleman.
will hocimo Bar Mit7vah. C'nss in
Sanhedrin is at 4:15 n m. Discus-
sion of the Zohar will follow at
5:15.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridav evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating and discussing:
"The Wants of Reconstructionist
Judaism." Mr. and Mrs, Roy Fein
will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat
following in honor of their daugh-
ter. Barbara, who will be Bas Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning at 9:45
a.m.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will
officiate and preach on: "Things
Worthwhile to Accumulate." Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Weinberg will
Letinson.
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Arie
Becker officiating and discussing:
"Religious Inspirations of the
Candlelighting Time
Shvat 26 5:58 p.m.
American Revolution." Class in
Talmud precedes the service at 8
a.m. Bible study is scheduled for
5 p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Swartz will be hosts.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow- 8:15 P m- Rev- Caxton Doggett. of
ing in observance of their wedding Itne Rader Memorial Church, will
' discuss: "The Tie That Binds." The
sermon is in honor of Brotherhood
Week.
anniversary. Cantor Samuel Sal-
kow will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
with Rabbi Malavsky discussing the
Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at
5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Junior services are at 10.30
a.m.
a
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. In
honor of Brotherhood Week, the
Rabbi will discuss: "Brothers or
Step-Brothers." Ronald Adler, re-
cent winner of the state award of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, will also address
Rev. Leo Heim Ithe congregation. Saturday morn-
;ing services arc at 9 a.m., with a
sermon on the Weekly Portion.
Junior services will be conducted
by Morris Newmark. Mincha is at
4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
will officiate and preach on the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
are at 10:30 a.m. Mincha will be at
5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Issenberg.
will be hosts. Rev. Heim will dus- 'dos-
cuss: "The TorahOur Guide to
Social Justice" Maariv will con-
clude the Sabbath service.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Jonah E. Caplan ..will officiate
and preach on the topic: "The Ten
Commandments Plus." Cantor
Abraham Seif will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m., with Rabbi Caplan discussing
the Weekly Portion. Class in Bible
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve- j is at 4:45 p.m.. followed by Mincha
ning services at 5:45 p.m. Satur- [ at 5:30 p.m. and Shalos Seudos.
day morning services are at 8:30 Maariv at 6:35 p.m. concludes the
a.m., followed by Kiddush. Rabbi Sabbath observance.
Isaac Ever will speak on: "Jewish *
Social and Democratic Way of Liv-) NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
ing." Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., ^TER will hold Friday evening scrv-
Shalos Seudos. Joe I ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
sen-ices at 7:30 p.m. Herbert
Buchwald will officiate. The choir
will assist.
i -
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
Mendick will be host. Rabbi Ever
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are at 8 a.m.
*
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8 a.m. Mincha will
be at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi S. P. Wohlgelernter,
of San Francisco, will officiate.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
6 p.m. Talmud class meets daily
at 2 p.m.
Okolica officiating and discussing:
"What is Conservative Judaism?"
Cantor Maurice Neu will render
the musical portions of the liturgy,
with the choir under the direction
of Lucille Moore. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Okolica will preach on the Weekly
Portion. Class in adult education
is scheduled for Sunday evening at
8:15.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold late Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Shapiro officiating and preaching
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., with Rabbi Alexander Gross
preaching on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are scheduled for 7:30
a.m. and 6 p.m., with Sunday morn-
ing services at 8.
on the topic: "The Right to be Dif-
ferent." Cantor Joseph W. Malek
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy, assisted by the Tem-
ple choir under the direction of
Rev. Mordechai Haaiman. Oneg
Shabbat following will be sponsor-
ed by Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Gerone-
mus and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A.
Saturday ttflrninSl !M'7;
icP, area! 9 a m""VuT the< Rabbi
discussing the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are at 9 a.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGAl ION will hold Frid.iy
evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late
services will be at 8:15 p.m., With
Men's Club president Edward I.
Becker delivering the sermon. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
am Rabbi Simon April will di
cuss: "Moses and Washington"
( l.iss in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m.
Cantor Bercle Kelemer will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE center will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with
Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating
and speaking on the brotherhood
theme: "Need for World Brother-
hood." Cantor Albert Glantz will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will be spon
sored by the Men's Club. Satur
day morning services are at 9 a.m..
with Rabbi Herson discussing:
"Stand 1'p and Be Counted." Kid-
dush will follow.
*
monticello park congre-
gation will hold Friday evening
-eivice.s at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Abraham Lcvitan officiating
and preaching on the topic: "Why
This Troubled World." Saturday
morning. 8 a.m., the Rabbi will
conduct a class in Talmud. Serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., with the sermon
topic scheduled as: "Slavery in
Mosaic and Talmudic Law." Class
in advanced Bible will be held at
4:30 p.m. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m..
followed bv Maariv.
|OB CONGREGATION
?will holdTPUy evening services
1 at 5 45 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
; Akiva Chill officiating and discuss-
ing "Law and Social Values."
Cantor Aaron Weingarten will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturg) Rabbi Samuel Chill will
occupy the pulpit Saturday morn-
mi; at 8:30 a.m. Subject of his ser-
mon is scheduled as: "Human
Chattels." Junior services are at
i 930 a in. ClaU m Talmud will be
at 4:45 p.m. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m.,
foil,!wed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
chill will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
j 8:30 p.m. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
; will officiate and preach on the
topic: "Spiritual Therapeutics."
i Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by
' Mr. and Mrs. I. Kussner in honor
of their son. Conrad Leon, on the
j occasion of his going overseas. Sat-
urday morning services will be fol-
lowed by a Sabbath luncheon hon-
oring the two higher classes in the
religious and Sunday schools. In
charge are Mrs. Samuel Miller and
Mrs Samuel Jacobson
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
! 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Dr. John Lawrence Yenches. who
will discuss: "A Strategy for Life."
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate.
Saturday morning services arc at
1045 a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy.
y
*
Ml
2*1 Utftr
Movie Will be Presented
In Conjunction With Talk
To be shown for the i.rgt timeial
the Miami area, the movie, "Nine!
Years of Theodore Herzl," will be I
presented by Zvi Berber in con-1
junction with his talk. "TwentittU
Century Zionist." at Ibe next mt*|
ing of Tapoel Hamuratlu of Grej
er Miami.
Bergcr, assistant director and a
charge of extension activities at tk
Miami Bureau of Jewish Edw|
tion, is a veteran member of uc|
Religious Zionist movemont t|
was one of the founders ol
local group.
The meeting will be held at I
Tfilah Congregation on Satur
evening, Feb. 19.


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The Heinz "Aristocrat" Tomato is truly of regal descent, grown
from seedlings, whose pedigrees have been studied for scores
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which Heinz Vegetarian Beans are prepared, has so tempting
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&AY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955
+ 3ewist fk>rktton
pen
lunations
to Receive
XJ National
rard Here
Continued from Pj 1 A
101 of Jacksonville and a
1uer of the Florida Scottish
|t Consictary and Morocco
!c Shrine of Jacksonville.
> community leaders were
from among a number of
by the awards com-
, of Ni'CJ. consisting of
L Ames M. LeGate, Max Oro
C p.ircn Tharp. Carl
iklc. S-P^t^^buch and Dr.
din*.' teei jem *# feMtlnij
e major laith^. have also been
en to receive teenage regional
awards for their outstanding
munity service.
teenagers to be honored are
aid Adler. Albertha B. John-
and pill Renuart. Those receiv-
Ibe OlrlUlWw of Merit are
i Bioniaa, Havona Caldwell,
lonicPnOeSri. Alcxe Freeman,
dia ciallo and Charles Mc-
ur.
embers of the awards commit-
itlecting the teenagers were
Hall, associata superintendent.
c CoOntv School System; Reta
and Oraldine Rooks, Y teen
dors, YWCA; Rev. A. Waldie
iyd and Moses Perry of the
?A Staff: Benjamin Porch. Co-
nor. Dad* County Allied
:h: Jerry Carver. Southeastern
sional director, B'nai B'rith
Ih organization; Gilbert J. Bal-
director. Anti Defamation
ue of B'nai B'rith: and Dr. Ja-
il, (.unninyham, director, NC
Idler has been active in the
ai B'nth Youth Organization
I was nominated to receive a Re-
NCCJ award by Carver. He
nerly directed the BBYO pro-
in Miami. Adler has been
vc in the program of the NCCJ
^rgroup Youth Council since
and is vice president of the
Bcfl,
liss Johnson is a senior student
Purse y High School and a mem-
of Saint Agnes Episcopal
rch. Renuart is a senior at Mi-
Edison Senior High School.
|i> president of Allied Youth at
ai Edison and of I)de County,
Responding secretary of Edison
eel Club, a member of the Na-
Honor Society and recording
tetary for the NCCJ Intergroup
Bth Council.
labbi Max Shapiro, former
fitual leader of Beth David Con-
gation. and former member of
NCCJ regional board, will re-
a Certificate of Recognition
the national NCCJ religious
nizations commission for his
Iribution to the cause of broth-
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manship" program of the Seminary,
will sum up the program in the
United States as it has developed
in the past two years.
Shoshana Ravid and Oka Ido in a dramatic moment from
"Khamishia"five tales from Israel. Sponsored by Micmi
Hadassah. this English-speaking film opens Tuesday at the
Cinema Theatre for a three-day enqagement. Tickets are avail-
able through Hadassah or at the box office.
Beth David to Contribute
To Mount Sinai Blood Bank
Mobile unit of Mount Sinai
Blood Bank will be stationed at the
Beth David Auditorium on Sunday
morning, Feb. 20, to reeeive blood
donations from Beth -David Men's
Club members and their wives, an-
nounced Max Jacobson, president.
A Sisterhood committee headed
by Mrs. Bert Sher, will act as host-
esses for breakfast which- will be
served to all donors. Charles Spin-
gam. Blood Bank chairman, assist-
ed by Lou Rdsenson. Nathan
Gaines and Morris Atkins, have or-
ganized a telephone campaign.
Channing to Address Lions
Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach
consulting engineer, will be guest
speaker at the Edison Center Lions
Club Monday noon, Feb. 21. dun-
ning will discuss engineering in
civil defense and in Ihe community,
as part of National fihgineerc Weak
activities. Channlrif' Is- Florida
State chairman of Engineers Week
JWV Post Plans Tag Day
Mayor Harold Shapiro, former
Commander of Miami Beach Post
No. 330, Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, will kickoff
JWV's annual Tag Day here Mon-
day, Feb. 21. Herman Sokolow and
Mrs. Sally Sold/ are co-chairmen.
Proceeds are for Veterans Hospital
and welfare work. Headquarters
for the drive will be at Senior Vice
Commander Harry Cohen's Hotel
New Yorker.
Rabbi Geffen Will Occupy
KWMoWW Mday
Rabbi Joel S. Geffen, national di-
rector of the department of field
activities and community education
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, will occupy the pulpit
of the North Shore Jewish Center
as guest speaker at late Friday eve-
ning services.
Rabbi Geffen is also Seminary
representative to the Executive
Council of the United Synagogue
of America and spiritual and ad-
ministrative advisor of the National
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs.
His topic will be "Spiritual
Growth in the Atomic Age." Rabbi
Geffen, who has been closely,asso-
ciated with the "Spiritual States-
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New South African
Premier Promises
Equal Rights to All
Continued from Page 1 A
adequate majority vote at .1 refer-
endum or general election. Our
program of principles lays down
republic will only bo brought
on the broad basis of the
people'^ will."
The JTA correspondent drew the
attention of the Premier to the
that another matter which
gave rise to the concern overseas
as a result I ireign press
its .'...- how the "Christian na-
COBCepI "i the Premier's
uld affect thi
1 as who w -the Chris-
Whal did the concept
1 : Christian iti malism imply and
ilve?
The Premier -aid this -hoi:
53 for the Jews to 11
- ith Africa is a 1 hristian coun-
..- Israel is a
-n countrj
n the principli Chris-
the same way
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sh fait s not
suppression ol ligion.
r does it al
other rights an citi-
zens For us, 1 'alvfi .:-
.mental principle that there
will be : n and
equality ol all cil n the
\sk< ttitude
to imi
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Our
principle is that \\e must have con-
trolled imi gratioi rdance
the country's requirements
lition that
we must not hi immi-
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.an can bi 1 I into
the existing population without
racial problem arising Thi-
has existed for a quarter of
.; century or more and we have
ed n "
Asked the government's attitude
to Israel. Mr Strijdom replied:
"We ha: 1 ..-.- mutual
friend-hip with Israel We were
the fir-: 1 nunon-
full recoL-
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Israel well."
To the question whether he
ght the establishment of Israel
had a beneficial effect on the
general r* sit 1 thi of the
I. the Premier replied in the
:.k that the e>-
ihment of an independent
.!>t have had a tre-
I." he -aid
"The unfortunate p n the
past was -hat the Jew .
iierer on ::. I the earth For
land, a France etc For thi
there luntry thi
al home I tl .-the
establishment
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estimation and other
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Zionists to Meet for Lunch
On Wednesday. Feb. 23. the
srael District of Miami
Beach will hold a luncheon at the
Raleigh hotel Phillip Salmon will
be chairman, and Charles H Lee
will review latest new- of Israel
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wn are member* of the cast of the ne* play. "May 17 1954. taken at the annual jo
.eetna of Miami Beach Lodge and Women a Chapter. B nm Bnth, held at the
- Carlo hotel. Written by Miss Priscilla J. Rosenield. educational assistant of the Florida
office and Ccrl Edwards, director. Boys Department, Miami YMCA. the play had its pre.
miere performance at the Miami Beach Lodge and Women's Chapter brotherhood dinner.
the cast were drawn from Greater Miami youth groups, including BBYO. YMCA.
and various local high schools, through the Intergroup Youth Council
rida office of the NCCJ. The Florida ADL office works actively with
Council The play depicts the varying reactions of schools and the stu-
U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring searegation in the public schools uncon-
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Soy.-ce 0? Cofisfl'ution
To be Discussed by league
"Wh 1 tul 11 111
m" will he the subject of
irkshop under the
U irice Serot-
ta. pre-ented by the League of
Women Voters 1 I Miami Beach, at
the home of Mr- Norman Babel.
620 44th -t Miami Beach, on
Tuesdi tag, Feb ~-
The work-hop material ;- deriv-
ed from one of a series of Freedom
v r-da publications.
The Freedom Agenda program
is under the sponsorship of the
Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial
Fund, lnc." Mrs Serotta said.
"and is a research and educational
in created by the League
ol Won..- Voters of the United
States
According to Mrs. Serotta. the
Freedom Agenda committee "does
not -eek to promote any particular
point of view. Instead the program
rats upon the belief that a great-
er understanding of the principles
of individual liberty will ulti-
mately increase the respect and
reverence of all Americans for
those principles and for constitu-
tional democrui >
Where Constitutional Liberty
Came From"' was written by Alfred
1! Kelly, chairman of the History
Department at Wayne University.
Another of the contributors to the
Freed nda project is Alan
Miami Beach resident
Richman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Samuel
Richman. formerly of 2662 S\V
36th a\e will take place Sunday,
Feb 20. at 3 p.m.. at ML Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr
Richman i- survived by his wife
three sons, Norman ind Paul.
of Miami, and Robert, of Detroit,
Mich.; his mother. Mr- J, Richman.
of Canada; and five brother- and
one sister Arrangement- arc in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friend- and relatives are
,,-ked to attend.
Rabinowitz (Robbins)
Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Esther Ra-
binowitz. formerly of 1440 SW 19th
st.. will take place Sunday, Kcb
20. 2 p.m., at Ml. Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mrs. Rabinowitz is survived by
three daughter- Mr- Etta Beyer.
Mrs. Betty Robbins and Mrs Rose
Robbins; two sisters. Mrs. Rose R.
Segal and Mrs Anna Chipurnoi, of
New York City; two brothers, Sid-
ney and Sam Katz; one grand
daughter, Barbara Beyer, and one
grandson, Mark Beyer. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends and
relative- are Baked to attend.
now teaching at Harvard I
Bolster Small-Town life
Continued from Page 1 A
Rabbi Kisendrath said th.it it js
not enough for clergymen to blew
our battles and salvage the -tatus
quo." Henceforth, he said, Refoni
temples should organize \u>oroui
civic affairs committee which
-hould seek to make the voice ol
ethics heard in social and commu-
nal matters. On the national scene,
the Commission on Social Action is
needed, he asserted, because "of
the crime and corrupt inn of our
time, the moral degeneration and
spiritual deterioration in high
places and low" and becauM in
the name of the false gods of se-
curity, men are robbed ol their
God-given liberties; the inviolate
right of conscience is violently vio-
lated: and men are stricken dumb
with fear."
Orthodoxy Cautions Against
Newly Proposed Beth Din
NEW YORK iAJP>Chiet Rabbi
Of I-rael Isaac Halevy Herzog this
week announced here through the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations that it was urgent fur Jews
to be cautioned against the newlf
proposed Beth Din.
We must appeal most earnestly
to those of our brother Jews wb
: have decided to establish a non-
Orthodox Beth Din to revoka that
decision and prevent all the re-
sultant grave consequence-." Rabbi
Herzog said.
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Abe Kurman's Participation in CJA
Campaigns Spurs Community Spirit
The youth looked in wide-eyed
aniaTomcnt al the two crumpled
bills in his hand.
All his. He had earned it. Ev-
en penny ol it. And ho had work-
ed' a whole weekworked hard.
The hoy glanced quickly around
the dingy basement. Stacks of
box, and crates, dusty rafters, s
yellow bulb hanging from
: like a malevolent eye.
i boy run chores," the
i Vd ho could look for-
i, ivmn two dollar bills
, (l.i of next week, every
nothing more.
daj vowed the little lad
was small for his agesome-
day, he'd gel a job out in .the clean
unshine. Somewhere, far
gmy, porhaps.
And the tiny dream of a tiny
boj came true, for he has been liv-
ing mi nearly 30 years in Miami,
a successful business executive, a
communal leader and happy he
made a certain big decision in 1926.
For it was in that dark year that
A ho Kurman decided to come to
Miami. And he'll tell you it's the
one "right move" of his life-time.
Mr- Kurman agrees except for
the other "right move" Abe made
in 1919. when ho married Nettie
in Now York City.
\Im< left behind hira the bitter
memories of odd jobs, dreary days
and the frail boy in the basement
who wanted the sunshine.
low who believed in the truth,
above all. "No matter how much
it hurt.-," be said.
No one individual baa ibOWD
greater,personal devotion than Abe
in his (WO most beloved project-:
tho Jewish Homo for the Aged and
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. To him the Jewish tradition-
al tenet of Honor. Thy Fain.
Mother" i- a guiding beacon. "We
owe them everything we are," be
declares "Fqriaka them not in
their old age."
the Jewish Home lor the
has become a model "home-of-
hopc" under Abe's inspired leader-
ship. He has served as president
for three consecutive years, receiv-
ed countless honors for his out-
standing devotion and regards the
recent Ablin Memorial building as
a milestone in care of the aged in
Florida.
A book, not without its humor-
ous episodes, could probably be
written of Abe's amazing record of
community service. No one can
"sell" the story of human needs
like Abe can. Much of the modern
equipment at the Home is directly
traceable to his personal efforts
In contacting wholesalers and in-
viting their generosity.
The Greater Miami Jewish Com
Workshop on current problems aimed at strengthening democ-
racy is held by the Miami Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Look-
ing at a display board featurina educational Anti-Defamation
League material* are the Mesdames Dorothy Mintzer, Bibi
Fishman, Reggie Gladstons, Esther Spiegelman, ADL chair-
man for the chapter, Ray Cohen, Hilda Lazarus and Miss
Pricilla Rosenfeld, Florida Reaional Office education director
of the Anti-Defamation League, and Gilbert Balkin. Florida
ADL director.
. man. And he did. He covered the
munity Center, the Flagler-Granada prospects in an amazingly short
Branch, the Beth El Synagogue and time. And there were good sized
other institutions have presented gift increases in almost every case.
Abe with plaques, certificates and I Seasoned campaigners couldn't
awards for his unstinting service understand it. "How did you do
The spirit and will of the man iin hcir .be.ha,f\ Thue Zionist r" Abe?" everyone asked.
who was later to be fondly dubbed 8<,n,Zd of America has made him "Anyone can be a good worker
Little Dynamite" could not be a'ifenicmher. He belongs to B'nai for something as big and important
dimmed. He became a salesman. 5"'":.Be,.h I)avld< ',he <*nter. the as this,' Abe responded. "This is
: Mr.man. He sold silks ,he American Legion (Harvey the greatest sales item of our cen-
I was in the game almost 20
AS, Bays, with a far away
look in his eyes. And then, lest
you call him sentimental, he
on.ck-. you might say I was in the ,
cutting-HP trade." Then his eyes j
crinkle at the corners and he
breaks into the infectious Kurman
j:nn.
Asked to expound on the busi-
ness of selling, Abe admits quite
frankly bis inability to put into a
feu words the formula for success.
That's because he's a natural sales-
man. The man who last summer
just ran up to New York" to pur-
chase tho Harry Sinclair estate
(oil), who owns the Patrician hotel
on Miami Beach, the Saxon Motel
in Miami and other interestsap-
parently has no trouble selling, or '
buying, for that matter.
What brought Abe and Nettie
Kurman to Miami m 1928? He
aaya it was sinus trouble. Most1
everyone who knows Abe well will \
toll you it was simply the love of
adtffntufe in a bright, new com-
munity
Tho Mowing tales of Florida in
the roarii Twenties, the fabulous
busini transactions, the tropical
beauty these things must have set
Abl'' W.....I pulsing. He had to
get into the thick of thing.-.
so, the decision was made.
lered tho finance business
after his arrival in the j
Golden Sunshine City. A hurri-
craah/thfl catastrophes-
nothing discouraged him. The lit-
tle hard-driving salesman forged
head, People grew to love this
straight-shooting, often blunt f el-
Seeds Post) and many civic and
trade associations. Abe was hon-
ored recently and made a life mem-
ber of the Jewish War Veterans.
He served one year with the U.S.
Navy in World War I.
But "Little Dynamite" is most
proud of his tremendous achieve-
ment as a tund raiser in behalf of
the Combined Jewish Appeal .
It was in the midst of the annual
Federation campaign some six
years ago. Someone said: "These
prospects are impossible. Some-
body will have to see them, talk
to them. What we need in Federa-
tion is a super salesman."
"Let me try them." said a well-
dressed man, coming forward.. It
was Abe.
"But you don't know these peo-
ple^and besides, time is growing
shortlet's forget them."
"I'll see them." said Abe Kur-
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fury. We're dealing in human lives
and keeping Jewish values strong.
What can be more important?"
Thus the popular "Flying Squad"
was born. Abe is the Number One
Trouble-shooter for Federation. He
cuts across all division lines, serv-
ing equally well in the Initial Gifts,
the Winter Residents or Hotel and
Apartments groups, as he does in
Trades, or general solicitation.
He has been chairman of the
"Flying Squad" for six years, head-
ed the collections committee for
several years and is a veteran mem-
ber of Federation's board of gov-
ernors and executive committee.
"Little Dynamite" is always an ac-
tive member of CJA's campaign
cabinet. Somehow the best of them
can learn another trick or two from
this super salesman.
Recently, an elderly gentleman,
one of Miami's finest custom tail-
ors, paid tribute to Kurman in his
own way.
"This wonderful little fellow was
introduced to me at a time when
my business was on the rocks. To
tell the truth, I faced bankruptcy.
We metand we talked, as people
do. 1 guess I blurted out my story
to him."
A warm glowing expression stole
into his eyes as he talked.
"We parted, Abe and I. Then,
the very next day, by special mes-
senger, came a check for $9,000.
My hand shook as I signed the re-
ceipt, took the little hand-scribbled
note from the envelope. It said:
Here's a loan. I think I'm a pretty
good judge of people. You'll grow
with, Miami. Meep your chin up.
Good luck.'
"So. you see, he can include my
life, too, among those many thou-
sands he saves through his charity-
work. A lovable man, that Abe-
eleh."
The dapper, diminutive chap
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NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
tho undi i i^in d, deairlng Ui engage
in lei tho flctltlouo name* '
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Circuit Court ol Da.de County, Florida
KEXJAMIX NEWMAN
ANN' NEWM \N
THEODORE R NELSON
Attoi nej for A ppllcanl -
2/18-2.'i
who carries on his community
tasks despite illness, personal in-
convenience and frequent rebuffs.
says you can sell anything you be
lieve in. And ho manage to impart
this magical philosophy to every
one he meets, the grateful tailor
in the I.angford building, the aging
businessman, the volunteer worker
in the Federation drive.
Pride of the Kurmans are their
three daughtersMarilyn, IS, who
studied at Stevens College and now
attends the University of Alabama,
Mrs. William Cohen, residing in Mit
Savannah and Mrs. Dennis Gitlin, i ''','" ','.'" ,;,' ", -!:-''" '
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wife of Lieutenant Gitlin. I s ol MRH I i. LEVEE,
Army. (They arc stationed in Yo- ','
b w ^ i ''" e legal
Konama. Japan). ,
And. in 1955. what is "Little
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ti Idi i h li
the aim* den Iheil !'..... rl .'
propel I v '! I >r Aaron II Bhil h M
F\ XI lie and M .1 I: I.. >
DATED al Miami, Florida, Ihla lth
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NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
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Dynamite'' doing" He's chairman
of CJA's "Flying Squad." ready to
tackle any tough assignment
thrown his way. prepared to sell
what ho believes in: helping his
fellow-man.
When Abe left town last week
to "run up to New York to buy an
estate"he first called the Feder-
ation office to assure everyone
he'd be with the "Squad" again
on Monday.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN II
j the od, dee lni ngoge in
I bualm r the fifth mi name <^f
I I'Ki.i.ol'AK COMPANY (Not Ine I
. 1401 n W ISnd si',- i Miami
Just keep the campaign boiling intend i" regiatei s-,.,i ,,,,,. rith ih
until I get back." he chuckled.
A lovable man, that Abe-eleh.
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(Formerly Douglas Nuriinj Home)
CONVALESCENTS INVALIDS CHRONIC AGED
REGISTERED NURSES 24-HOUR NURSING CARE
Jaeciol DhH Strictly Observe**
1403 N.l. IAYSH0RE PIACI (Between Voattian I McArtaur Cauitwayi)
TEIEPHONE 9-7649 Mr. and Mr*. Nathan K. Spcctor
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176778
PETER R IUKNZI, I'l.iiniilf.
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MARIE RIENZI, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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l In Ka Brooklyn, n.-w fort
N"i are hi 11 i>\ n"i fi. 'i i ha I .i i'i i
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you fail t< do no, Judgment by dafguli
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lief demanded In thr BUI Oamplalnl
Thla notice shall be published onoe
each week for foui ronoecutlvo weekn
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955
SECTION B
HISTORY Of JEWS
IN SOUTH FLORIDA
ormer FBI Man
To Speak in Miami
he man who worked for nine
E an important member of
; American Community Party
i a, the same time kept) he FBI
Irmed of every move he made
I Speak in Miarm on Feb 28
er auspices of Bnai B nth
les and women's chapters of the
later Miami area.
f.rbort Philbrick, whose story
published as a best seller un-
| the title. "1 Led Three Lives,"
speak al Dade County Audi-
|um. His general topic will be
I,. Communist Menace." He will
emphasize the conflict between
lmuni.Mii and religion, accord-
[ to Stanley D. Caidin, general
irman.
Caidin said this week that Phil-
brick's talk, "coming as it does
immediately following this com-
munity's observance of Brother-
hood Week, will point up the im-
portant of ifnity among all people
of all religions in upholding our
Democratic institutions.
"Combatting communism," said
Caidin. "with the kind of informa-
jtion and education campaign that
Philbrick will bring us, is a very
important factor in maintaining
I unity among all of us in the com-
1 Humify. Unity in our constant ef-
forts to preserve our way of life.
' Bnai B'rith, in bringing this
speaker to the community," Caidin
added, "is performing an impor-
tant public service. Philbrick will
show how communism is working
to destroy our unity, our brother-
hood of all men in this country,
and he will point the way to proper
methods of overcoming the com-
munist conspiracy."
Gilbert Balkin. ADL director,
said that the "Philbrick talk will \
be an important milestone in the
efforts of B'nai B'rith and the ADL
to improve community relations.
This will be our contribution to the
community's observance of Broth-
erhood Week. Ever* Bnai B'rith
member should attend and hear
this stirring program."
Serving with Caidin and Balkin
on the committee are Mrs. Eleanor
Grcenberg. co-chairman. Bernard
Cohen, Martin Edelman, Roslyn
Hill, George Kronfiogald. .Mrs. Kit-
ty Scherper. Molly TSftzteT, Milton
Sadoff and Frank Jagge.
Artist's sketch of the new Temple Israel addition, consecration ceremonies for which are
planned on Sunday. U.S. Senator George Smothers will speak.

f
New Thrift Shop
Opened on Home
Of Aged Grounds
More than 300 leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish community
attended the dedication last week
of the new Sarah Czech Thrift
Shop of the Jewish Home for the
Aged at Douglas Gardens.
The building was made possible
through t h e generosity of Mrs.
Ckecb and designed by Irving Ko-
rach, Miami Beach architect, and
is located on the grounds of the
Home.
Abe Kurman, president of the
Home, and Mrs. Sol Silverman,
president of the Home's Women's
Auxiliary, paid tributes to Mrs.
Czech "for her interest in the cause
of the aged and her contributions
to many causes in the Greater Mi-
ami area"
The Czech Thrift Shop will not
only bring much needed additional
income to the Home but will also
serve as a facility for occupational
therapy for its residents. Kurman
said. It will be under the super-
vision of an Auxuliary committee
headed by Mrs. Czech as honorary
chairman; Mrs. Sarah Holland,
chairman; and the Mesdames Her-
man Jacobs, Milton Yaffee and
Charles Greenberg, co-chairmen.
Transportation c o m m ittee in
charge of pick-ups of clothing and
other items contributed to the
thrift shop for sale is comprised of
the Mesdames Morris Dubler. Mau-
rice Pearlman and Milton Yaffee.
Manager of the shop is David Ja-
cobs, a resident of the Home, who
earned over $12,000 for the Home
during the past three years by the
sale of second-hand clothing and
furniture.
Sarah Czech Thrift Shop of the Jewish Home for the Aged was
dedicated laLwfck ou &e grounds of the Home at Douglas
Gardens. ShoWn are Abe Kurman, president of the Home,
Mrs. Sarah Holland, chairman of the Thrift Shop committee,
Mrs. Czech, whose contribution made the building possible
and for whom the shop is named, and Mrs. Sol Silverman,
president of the Home's Auxiliary. The building, with a 70-foot
frontage on NE 2nd ave. between 52nd and 53rd sts., will pro-
vide additional income to the Home from the sale of clothing
and other items and will also be used for occupational therapy
purposes.
400 Attend Affair Held
By Hollywood Federation
fleeting in the North Bay rd. home of Mrs. Sam Friedland
Tight) brought Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter and Mrs. Max Bauer (cen-
M) to blueprint their important sponsors' committee for the
floi. 5 event of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. The Sister-
hood will stage a Purim play and ball in the grand ballroom of
fe Fontainebleau hotel to mark its annual fund raising for the
[emple s religious school for children. Mrs. Friedland is chair-
nj)Hhe sponsors' committee._______________________
[WV Commends President
JMiami Beach Post No. 330, Jew- sion of U.S. immigrstion and nat-
War Veteran* of the United uralization laws. The Post ex-
. this week passed a resolu- pressed the hope that "the Presi-
P"commending President Eisen- dent use his good office and per-
Lr .? n,s 1955 State of the sonal prestige to push for the early
fiT "owage. revision of the McCarran-Walter
Lif/fes,dent was lso com- Immigration and Naturalization
*< for his stand on the revi- Act."
Balkin to Address
University Alumni;
Democracy Theme
Gilbert J. Balkin will address
the dinner, meeting of the South
Florida Alumni Chapter of Wash-
ington University on Monday eve-
ning, Feb. 21, at the Seven Seas
restaurant, it has been announced
by M. J. Kopelowitz, Chapter pres-
ident. Subject of Balkin's address
will be "Making Democracy
Work."
The South Florida Alumni Chap-
ter meeting will coincide with the
second century convocation of
Washington University, located in
St. Louis, Mo., which will be ob-
served during the period Feb. 19
to 22. Theme of the convocation
celebration is "The Blessings of
Liberty."
Balkin is director of the Florida
Regional Office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, and is an
attorney, and member of the Flor-
ida Bar.
Kopelowitz and Balkin are both
honor graduates of Washington
University.
More than 400 local residents
attended the main fund raising
dinner held Sunday by the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Hollywood
in conjunction with Golden Beach
on behalf of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Ben Tobin, dinner chairman, said
that the affair held in the Mardi
Gras room of Hollywood Beach ho-
tel was "an outstanding success,"
with donations exceeding last
year's figure.
Presentations of scrolls was
made by A. M. Dimond, past presi-
dent, to seven Hollywood resi-
dents, all past chairmen. Honored
were David Crystal. Albert E. Ein-
stein, Ben Tobin, Eugene J. Sch-
wabach. A. L. Mailman, Mrs. Stan-
ley M. Beckerman and Mrs. Morris
Madfis.
Phil Foster, nationally known
comedian, was master of ceremon-
ies. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, was
principal speaker. A. L. Mailman
was co-chairman for the dinner.
Special recognition was given to
Julius Fitter, chairman of the Ini-
tial Gifts committee; Stanley M
Beckerman. president of Federa-
tion; Dr. Harry Permesly, chair-
man of the profes.sional-roup; Ben
Salter, vice president of Federa-
tion; Ester Rosenthal and Miriam
Friedman, co-chairmen of the wom-
en's division; Frances Colby, sec-
retary of Federation; Hank Jones
and Howard Ganek, of the Holly-
wood Beach hotel staff.
Editor at Zamora
Announcement was made this
week by Abe Maloff. president of
the Zamora Jewish Center, that the
congregation meeting held on Wed-
nesday evening was dedicated to
the theme of brotherhood. Mem-
bers heard an address by Reg Ken-
nedy, editor of the Riviera Times.
Kennedy was formerly associated
with the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. Dr. Sidney
Moss, chairman of the program
committee, introduced the speaker.
Brandeis Dinner Set
For Miami April 15;
Co-Chairmen Named
Dinner honoring the achieve-
ments of Brandeis University at
Waltham. Mass.. will be held here
on Apr. 5, according to an an-
nouncement this week.
Named co-chairmen in charge of
arrangements are Dr. Stanley
Freehling, Miami Beach physi-
cian, and Jack Leonard. Hialeah
restaurant owner.
Dr. Freehling and Leonard ex-
plained that "Apr. 5 is the first
open date after the Greater Mi-
ami's Combined Jewish Appeal
Campaign. As disciplined members
of community planning, we will
present the dinner in honor of
Brandeis following this major lo-
cal event."
Announcement of the co-chair-
men was made here by Dr. Abram
Sachar, Brandeis president.




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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
Boy Scout Troop
Honored at Services
-oop 13 of Zamora
was bcoore -
-pec:al Scout Sabbatb service a:
Zamora m
The Scout message was de-
A H Pstten. president
-.? Florida Council of Boy
- Members of tbe Troop as-
hi B Leon Ban
.-oedurting the worship *erviee
The Troop committee consists of
il representative S Wit-
tam Locke. Scooutmi-ter Herman
^asEberg Assistant Scoutmasters
- -s and Carl
-ac^. Explorer Adrenr Louts Is-
- s. chairman Jerome Leo-
-,di .Vtnn. Harr
and Har ird
Chi Troop
I Zamora Je r was
ield on Sunda: Rar-
I the Scout
committee participating
by District

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PAGE 3 E
(When Defate]^
as Excitingi
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Seven Arte
The theme of debate when I was
of tender years in New York's
East Side was of the widest range
anil rarely lacking of course in
profound seriousness. I remem-
ber, fur instance, once finding
mjsclf defending the thesis that
the United States should annex
Mexico The present story, how-
rv,.r concerns itself with another
theme religion. The chairman,
,, a imminent professor of law,
Idggested we discuss the issue of
religion and God. But its formula-
lion was quite different when wc
got around to it. The formal pro-
position was Resolved that there
is no <>"d and that religion is
opium fur the people. It was an
attentive subject of course,
though a bit frightening to so
m;m> "f us who had barely re-
leased mother's apron.
The East Side in those days
w n. ;i miniature Jerusalem.
Beard and sheital were no strang-
ers t" streets that were dotted
with swiaHogues, Hebrew schools,
yeshivoths, mikvahs and Jewi>h
book shops. There were, to be
Mire, the radicals and the non-
believers, but they were of the
intfl!>-i.eii/.ia who spoke an alien
tongueRussian. Only the brave
rind most impudent of them
would dare smoke on the Sabbath
or boldly otherwise desecrate the
day.
But who would debate? I was hop-
In^ it would be one of Uie sharper
boys since I was convinced, as I
had mver been before, that God,
Text by DANIEL ELAZAR
ALAMO AOOgp A m*UL,AKT
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HISTORY w is 3 6 /
19. Mid-Western Settlers
Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO
IHJB41 A J*MtH-AMeH,CAM
CROSSED ALL OF AMERICA
with the fremontk.ano
foumoed the behcvolenr
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IN I8SO WHEN THE SOLO
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logic and fact were bn my side.
My opponent, it turned out. was a
fellow yeshiva-bachur of whom it
was whispered that he was a se-
crMtJaJ heist. There was an over-
flow of people that evening and
there was tenseness in the room.
In fact one sensed resentment
among some in the audience over
the sin of public questioning of
the evident. However, the debate
went off grandly, and my reward
waian evening with an admiring
yoang lady Iitept on fancying
even while presenting my most
cogent arguments. I have no
knowledge where, my opponent
safe to predict, the young college ;
men who defend China's recogni-
tion in theoretical dispute will
grow up to be greater proponents I
of human decency than the ele-!
merits who live in the shadow of
fear of open and honest debate.
BETWEEN 1843 AND 1846 -THE
AMERICA* JEW, HENRY CASTRO.
INSFlREP SO MAHY OTHERS TO
SETTLE IN TEXAS,THAT A
COUNTY H*S NAMED IN HIS HONORf
Pioneer Women Hold
Functions on Beach
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speaker of Pioneer Women, Club I,
at a bon voyage dinner scheduled
for Congregation Beth Tfilah Sun-
day evening. Honored on the occa
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record that'he ultimately went on
to become a theological student
in Cincinnati and one of the out-
standing men in the liberal rab-
binate.-
If what happened to the young
man who thundered against re-
were the Mesdames Louis Becker-
man, Henry Seitlin. Sonia Gold-
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Parker presented a musical pro-
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Tu B'Shvat party was scheduled
by Club II at the home of
ft*
i Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman. Mrs.
liftofl in debate is a portent, it is 'Jacob Greenberg, JNF chairman
" i for the Chicago Council of Pioneer
Women, was delivered greetings.
Also appearing was Mrs. Rose Dech-
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II and now a member of New York
Pioneer Women.
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i!d9SS


PERSOXAUTIES IX WOltUt PAXOHAMA
Herzl's Appearance Seen Turning
Point in Historv, Affairs of Jews
By OR. GEORGE HERLITZ
It is customary to divide the
course of history into several
epochs in order to make the trends
and the connection between the
various events more distinct and
comprehensible Best known
among these systems is the divi-
sion of the history of Western na-
tions and peoples into ar.uqui^y.
middel ages, modern times and
present time. Jewish historians at-
tempted sometimes to apply this
classification also to Jewish history'
without always stressmg sufficient-
ly that the events which mark a
caesura in the history of other peo-
ples are not always identical with
the milestones in Jewish history.
Here we wish to confine our-
selves to stating and establishing
that "the present time" of Jewish
history begins undoubtedly with
Theodor Herri's appearance in Jew-
ish public life, i.e. with the year
1896. when his pamphlet "The Jew-
ish State" was published. It is im-
probable that there is a Jewish
historian who would try to deny
this fact For those who are not
experts in Jewish history this short
essay shall explain and demon-
strate why Herzl's appearance
marked a decisive change in Jew-
ish history.
"Modern Times" in Jewish his-
tory began with the emancipation,
the granting of equal civil rights
,n the countries of Europe. On the
one hand, the Jews were leaving
the ghetto and giving, up seclusion
from non Jewish environments
which had been partly forced upon
them by the laws of the state, part-
ly self imposed. On the other hand,
they were increasingly accepting
the culture and civilization of the
peoples among whom they lived,
while relinquishing voluntarily
characteristic features of their sep-
arate life. During the "middle
ages" the central tendency of Jews
had been the preservation of their
religious and national entity and
integrity. The "modern times" of
Jewish history in Western and Cen-
tral Europe in Eastern Europe
this development took place in a
different periodwere marked by
efforts to promote assimilation
This tendency was so strong that
towards the end of the 19th cen-
tury, owing to intermarriage and
to baptism, the danger of a com-
plete disappearance of the Jewish
community loomed Urge, while at
the same time the opposition of
the nonJews to the penetration of
the Jews into the political and so-
cial fabric of the State fas steadily
increasing. The Jew; >.: Western
and -rcpe seemed to ap-
proach : of their
existence as a separata and recog-
nizable pe. r!r Bui for the coo-
serving power (tea which
somewhat retarded the process of
ir.teeri-... n. the Jew- lously
condemned thou extinc-
tion as an ethane _-::>. without
having received in return complete
civic equi
the non Jews to accept them wttlr
out
economic and
In this ytuati -
logically was mos- ractery
for the Jews. Tfceodtoc :-:-.
Judenstaat calied for a ret am to
Jewishness. Rather a long tune
passed before the 2. r.:--. impact
of this call was discernible How-
ever, it produced indirect r
immediately in Eastern and Cen-
tral Europe
After the initial publication of
the "Jewish State" a distinct
change occurred in the spiritual
set-up and attitude of this Jewry
While the general tendency had
been to conceal, suppress and
abandon everything that feral con-
sciously and conspicuously Jewish,
a remarkable reaction to this
trend set in at the beginning of the
20th century. Instead of fleeing
from Judaism and the Jewish peo-
; pie and of relinoaiishiag Jbeir spe-
; cific elements, many Jews on their
own volition returned to Jewish
\ values; instead of negating or be
; httling the connection with the
; Jewish people they placed particu-
lar stress on it.
This strengthening of the Jewish
consciousness went to such length,
as to reaffirm the solidarity of the
Jewish people all over ihe world
which had almost Dan ^forgotten
in the course of the long years of
assimilation. Jewish life in Central
and Western Europe was character-
ized after Herzl's death by a re-
vival of Jewish tradition or, to say
it in Herzl's own words: a return
to Judaism and to the Jewish- peo-
ple before the return into the Jew-
ish country.
Krfkaa MUsttim
. fin! 1ar at 1*
AT THE MOVIES
DINOSAURS AND VIOLINS. Po-
im by Hy Sobiloff. Foreword
by Conrad Aikan. Now York:
Farrar, Straus and Young. 64
pp. $230.
By HILARY MINDLIN
IT IS very difficult to say what
is good poetry and what is bad.
Between 'these two cattfJMH
terms lies an immense range of
gradations, numberless combina-
tions of the components of poetry.
That is to say, a poem may have
: fine relationship among its parts
but be weak in its imagery; it may
have excellent images but bad, raja-
.UomJups; it may have imagery Mid
relationship but be unrhythmjc;
and so on. endlessly.
Whether or not a poem is "good,"
therefore, depends to a large ex-
tent on the emphasis which is pMc-
-...:.unL> rloDoH o
n
Film Folk and Musicians
In Hollywood Happenings
By LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOOD Hnllvwood ac-
tors and actresses made a record
breaking 3,812 personal appear-
I that Jack Be*ny mutt have been
but 11 years old in 1827. Since he
is only 39 bow. that is.
cd by the readeror critic; every
one who reads is a critic, as soq.
; as a value judgment of some sort
is madeupon any of these th*
: qualities of poetry. Although da
cisions can certainly be made to-
! tellectually. very often, in the end.
; they come down simply to mattst
of taste, and at this point. rvm
, man is oo. his own. PAnd truTj
think, is qualification enough*
"Dinosaurs and Violins."
MR HY Sobiloff is a genuine and
a serious poet. He Is what one
could perhaps call an ^'hnjirp^Km.
is! poet, if it is permute-: t.v^fef.
row the vocabulary of one ( the
graphic arts. He has a prccocioas
: flare for imagery which v delight-
ful and often astonishing '^re
;are, one feels, bits of nudity cap.
tured in some of his thras
caught on the wing, atil w*o."sil|
held fast and beating there. For
example:
A shore light dftaw#r Spawning th sound of morning
And a gray day.
But many of the poeiiw hog
down when the pott rttiAqmshw
his perceptive gift tht- wroai
places, relying on an aaaract wort
rather than creating th* portfe
symbol which would 'efiforc*' It'
Many of the poems fiffl when this
shift from one type oflanguage to
The piano Felix Mendelsohn j another occurs too. ottca or too
u^ed to crrmpTrsp IrtaTiy 6f his death- quicklv and the *aaatt>at*>.aa_a*
ances for patriotic and public serv- ,._ __w f -;.. *"'> ",u ** aa^fmtHmm.
(less works is on exhibit In Israel. powerful enough in its portion t
ice national and community enter-, A girlvzating the nusseum there carry the tension of thejfem.
prises last year. Also. 476 perform- went up-to the ancient'instrument I
and dashed off a few notes. Then V 2*
s she got'its Whin and asked the at- UNDOUBTEDLY MX. S biloffo
tendaat if any great musicians had freshness and fidelity ol jo.ion k
tur Rutunstem was here Just a few' tha. he aoS^^m SLiTS w
weeks a*" b. Info** bar. WtJ^etrlSIl^^ *, ifcj
I mi ppeoe he played iomething \ many of his poems aeem merely
ers appeared without compensation
' on 555 single or continuing events
while establishing this record num
; ber of personal appearances. Near-
; ly one half of the personal appear-
- ances were made by 188 perform-
who were sent to entertain
in this country and
ers
servicemen
abroad.
THE WORLD OF SPORTS
Greenberg May Still %lake
Sportsmen's Hall of Fame
By BILL WOLF
JTA
The recent voting for additions
to baseballs Hall of Fame makes it
look as though Hank Greenberg is
a cinch to be voted in on the bal-
loting next time.
As was anticipated by most
columnists. Hank didn't make it
this year. However. Hank topped
the list of those who weren't se-
lected, and his total votes were in-
creased over the tally on the previ-
ous vote taken among the nation's
sports scribes.
Hank got 157 votes There were
only three other players who broke
the 100 mark. Thus it looks as if
the writer* will finally get around
one of these days in the near fu-
ture, to putting the name of Hank
Greenberg up where it belongs __
among the baseball players in the
Hall of Fame
Of course, there can always be
some switches to upset the apple-
cart. However, it is difficult to see
how the writers can any longer
avoid naming Hank, at least not if
the Hall of Fame is to continue
having so much meaning attached
to iL Without question. Hank ranks
among baseballs greats, and it is
only too bad that he hasnt made
it sooner.
In connection with the Hall of
Fame, there is mounting pressure
for a change in the voting regula-
tions. As it stands now, a player
t must be out of active duty for at
; least five years before he can be
considered eligible for being in the
Hall of Fame. Many have objected
I to this, since it excludes some top
athletes who should'**' up there
It appears likely that some change
on this point will be adopted.

Ruffy SUverstein. the wrestler
twaosn many of you may have seen
on TV. used to be a plumber. He's
now doing very well in the wrest-
ling game. Ruffy. whose real name
is Ralph Simcha SUverstein, is from
Chicago.
He has taken a special interest
recently in teaching the art of
i wrestling to blind young men. He
j has found that wrestling gives peo-
| pie without eyesight confidence in
, themselves.
o
A wealthy Chicago awning
manufacturer has been making box-
ing his bobby and has been back-
ing some up-and-coming fighters
He is Bernie Glickman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benny observ-
ed the 28th anniversary of their
beautiful .on it." said the girl.
"Not ^at IV;' replied the atten
dant qdKlyr."He k*W be did not
feel worthy to touch'it."

VioImilffta'fhVri' *ftilstein. who
made his American debut with the
flimsy framework onjtAch to haaf.
a bright collection aSla^r- skel-
etons bedecked wit^jlibie- Thk;
is image-making, all right, but i-
fine poem is, happily, of much;
sterner stuff. STTT*'
Many of the poems I liked witH
wedding this week with a quiet New York Philharmonic Symphony out reservation-"He Haw .'"Lea*
celebration at their Beverly Hills jUst 35 years ago. has Wared on Frog," "Alley" nd "Little 3
home Jack and Mary were mar-; more radio concerts recently than r'i" '--------------" *
ned January 1927 ta Jack 1 home- y single vlolinist in JgJ Junn"
own. Uaukegan, 111. The corned- to, very ^ masW g*
,n first met hi. -faun-h* W.1^,, frien/ ^JJ
an first met his wife-to-be in Seat
tie when his friend, Zeppo Marx,
arranged a blind date for him. The
date was Mary, who was only 12
years old at the time. Everyone
thought the gag was very' funny,
except young Mary.
Five years later, Jack again met
her, this time in Los Angeles, and
they began dating. A year later
she joined Jack in CfBcago, where
he was playing a vaurijhwlle date,
and they were married.
The union has been a happy and
enduring one, professionally as
well as domestically. Shortly after
Jack began his radio series, Mary
joined him on the show and they
! have appeared together profession-
ally ever since in both radio and
television.
The most remarkable feature of
their long marriage is. of course.
studied with Jascha's violin teach-
er, the etolrMtf Leopold Aucr in
his native Russia.
Milstein made his first concert
tour Jt $gart apyed number of
jOintTecrfcl**., a pa* tHe pianist
Vladimir Hncowiiz.
Cat" are among those which canal
off excellently wuU. I feel Mr.;
Sobiloff is certainrj* a promising!
poet of range and perception. Than
he is published by Fan-ar. Strata
and Young is pertsQaiVtheasuflr]
of his future and a tribute then
dedication to the progress of liierfi
ture. It is not often AaAie^ port*
get published by toV Bdu^-v^
it is
nice when-tlieged<>
MMtfU^A^iONS Vf(,V
tions
an ReichstflMfif
So absurd are
I sidered by 11m
tia
.V f
By ARTHUR LEWIS
UNITED NATIO.NS-T^e execu-,
in or the two JeVs-Ih'Egypt is tn attempt to blameah
regarded at the United Nations as foreign CommuniatPlkW
ofle ofjhe-atjrst examples of po-|8t* fire which ^^TjtOf"
CS C0lr7
observersi
here, that they iJua*|fcred witK
andful '
Reich
Iftical murder since the days of the was set by thTNaairftSwelves.
Nazis, to iatf. theaoioalWd "sabo-l's believed by ma^HltW'hat tH
tage for which these men were burning of the public building!,'
need bears, a h6*ftle reserh-1 doala at the ortEWoWftV^Egyoj
niakaA ,
orf
oiance. in the minds of manv diplo- i <'an Government ia> afjjy '" "'
mats hero, to a imiUract of sabo- the Jews a scapegoatTor some
Arttr lahiattala
age" in Germany. The burning of
the Reichstag building.
With 13 others. Dr. Moshe Lieto
Maraouk and Shrnuel Aar. the
*t"> scapegoat 101 j* 1
iU own mistakes ari iWtfSWVu'e-,
The only difference between ther
Reichstag fire trial and this EgyP7
tian (ire trial." *MR0Rf' *-as'
wo martyred Jews, were accused C tffuS\J?XBkv*:
nS'^e? ,t bmbK '" ,hp ',,c' whire^^JSSurt a, .;
^e" ,n Catro aid0!?1""} Ub"r" ^ "ttemntS 10 h Alraafdr 'nd !ot *** world lookuk Acre had
an *^Sssl s -the ^"^ h<***-fi:;'
to create the impression that, Communi*ts8>t o^*0,,Iy* '
there was an entrWestern attitude | wlHed-IMHchman cwhSd^'w D
'" tgypt iLubbe wM contlctellantl execute*


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Today you are betting your life i other's race and color and creed
on this country you live in. If we. Let-S make Brotherhood Week last
want to win the prize of national | aJ1 f
strength and security we've got to,
work together. Let's respect each | Groucho Marx
Hundreds of persons gathered last week on the campus of the University of Miami to take part
in the dedication of the new Hillel House. Principal speaker was Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, na-
Lely\ .
lional Hillel director. Shown (left to right) are community leaders who supported the construc-
tion ol the new $150,000 center which "will minister to the cultural tod social neds of Jewish
students on the UM campus: Samuel Friedla nd. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Sidney Aronovitz,
Arthur A. Ungar, Max Orovitz. Walter Kovner and Dr. Donald Michaelson, Hillel director
here.
Beth David Panel
On Tuesday evening, Feb. 15, at
Beth David Auditorium, the B'nai
B'rith Women of Miami present-
ed a program entitled "Building
I Brotherhood in Our Community."
The panelists were Rev. Edward
I Graham. Pastor of Mt. Zion Church;
George J. Talianoff, national direc-
tor of ADI.; Dan (happen, former
legislator and attorney; and Neal
iRuUedge, former member of the
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I Defamation chairman.
Fire Directors Named |
To Beach Chamber
Five directors were named late
last week in the annual general l
election of the Miami Beach Cham- j
ber of Commerce, according to
Thomas II. Beddall and Fred R.
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committee
The top five biVrteM of 15 for
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land B. Crecap, department store
executive; August Geicer, archi-
tect; Russet T. Pancoast, architect;
and Mitchell Wolfoon of WTVJ.
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Plans and progress of the year-
long* 0tB birthday Celebration of
the City of Miami Beach were out-
lined last week in the Sea Isle ho-
tel at the membership breakfast of
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Burton Loebel, chairman of the
South Shore committee, presented
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*IDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955
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that
Our State
[NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
Israeli diplomat* in Washington, London and Paris, seeking formal
Icurily guarantees that would make Israel part of the Western defense
Istemiare asking the three powers for promises not to upset the Middle
Lstern balance by remaining lukewarm to the present disturbing ele-
cts in the area The now U.S. approach in the Naar East involves
Iplan to establish a series of bilateral defense pacts between the van-
's Arab states and Turkeya procedure bitterly opposed by Egypt
he Arab League urllty is a fiction" that was "coming to mn ond," Time
igaiine states in its current issue ... In a Fact-Sheet on West Ger-
m rearmament, the Orthodox publication, "Jewish Life." says 1
je of the main objectives of a remilitarized West Germany is to
m Hitler's campaign of Lefcensraumand eventual war." Our Siu
partment policy has actually encouraged the return of Nazis to
sitions of power and it* attempts to rearm the reactionary Arabs
m from the same basic policy that is threatening the world with war."
Formosa powder keg: New York Times correspondents in London.
iris. New Delhi and Tokyo, when asked to comment on the feeling in
>se four capitals on the danger of war. reported that there is little
rtation of a major conflict in the Far East now .. Racial prejudice
denounced as a sin by the National Council of the Churches of
fist in the U.S. representing 35 million members in a message sent
to 147,000 congregations in commemoration of annual Brotherhood
leek .
The National Press Club, by a vote of 377 to 281, approved for
Lmhrrship tha first Negro in its history. Drew Pearson sponsored the
blicant, Louis R. Lautier Mortimer May and Or. Emanuel Neumann
|rr the principal speakers at an all-day session of a World Zionist
Tfair- conference of the ZOA at New York's Statler hotel last Sunday.
Ijor isucs facing the World Zionist movement and the latest develop-
fents in I he Middle East were discussed \ The New Yerfc Board of
bbis, at its 74th annual convention, adopted a resolution which called
Ion its members to alert the community concerning the dangers of
proposed Calendar Reform now before the Economic and Social
Juncil "f the UN. Other resolutions adopted dealt with U.S. aid to
|ael: the Far East crisis; State divorce laws; amendments to State
today laws; delinquency and fitness, net religion, as a basis for public
lice ... The Western Association of Reform Rabbis held its annual
bfonnii' Salurday through Monday. Feb. 12 to 14. at Temple Isaiah
West Los Angeles .
The World Jewish Congress has called upon Jewish communities
J affiliates in 65 nations to establish cultural and educational institu-
te named for the Warsaw Ghetto Fighters in commemoration of the
\h anniversary of the Uprising on April 19, 1943 ... In a reply to a
nmunication from Adolph Held, national chairman of the Jewish
or Committee, Warren Olney ITJ, Assistant Attorney-General of the
, stated that the imported daggers from Germany, bearing the Naxi
blem under the guise of war souvenirs, "has been under study by
Criminal Division of his department .
ISRAEL
David Ben-Curion and his wife Paula are commemorating this
nth their first anniversary as "new-old" Chaluttim at their desert
llemont Sdeh Boker During a recent symposium in which leading
pat officials, including Sharett, participated, a spokesman of the
pai r"nth division declared that Socialism has disappeared from
pai. He contended that there is actually no difference between the
tadrul and private capital. Sharett took objection and 4efended the
ly "Israel ranks third in American foreign investments," Finance
Ulster leu Kshkol declared in a recent Knesset speech.. "During the
t five year-." he said. "America has invested $72 million in Japan;
I million in South Africa and $54 million in Israel ... A new boon in
Israel building industry is reported Jordan's sole outlet to the
I, the port of Aqaba, has doubled its turnover since 1952. thanks to
technical assistance. U.S. citizen Bohdan S. Nagorski, in behalf of
<- N agency, has been advising Jordan on port construction and
menance Two Negro troupes from the U.S. are creating a sen-
pon in srael. "Porgy and Bess" especially thrilled the Israelis .
Israel Postal Administration will shortly issue a new value 750-
la, showing a scene of Lake Huleh in northern Galilee, abounding
[papyrus plants F. W. Pollack, formerly from Bombay where he
Win aJnd IndU" has sett,ed in Lsrael whcre he Publishes the
niyjllustrated and well-edited stamp monthly. The Holy Land Phi-
"M It is expected that the non-partisan daily Heareti will sup-
ine Y*T "i" I comin* electionsif assured that Sharett will con-
sul u. nead the Party and remain prime minister Meanwhile, the
PPi is preparing blitzkrieg attack against the General Zionists in
fctinn "Cy a nft in the- governmental coalition before the
irn.oiV an,,vxi" ** decline of the Zionist movement. Peretz
tent H iPis ent of lhe General Zionist Organization, declared in a
Eu> f?kr artlcle ,hat rather than ,0 "a ,oss f Realism" the de-
Inch fr u"nisl ""Pet"* 's due to the shift of stress in Zionist propa-
Tite rZlhe,arguments for the need of solving the Jewish problem
bihlriim, ,\ s and degrees, to work and contributions for the
founding of Israel ."
PEOPLE
NandT0!. '"'"*1' UN corresPndent for the Jewish Daily For
rthciav ii 're,Rn editor, is having a special simchah on Washington's
[idem kl ".auShter Bathsheba, 20, is getting married to an Israeli
Won u'he" ,1y>p'lowich of Tel Aviv. The wedding, taking place in
[Kasi f grew up- wiU e officiated over by Rabbi Israel
prwarn U,ngre8ation Mishchan Tefillah. Before taking over the
Nton GaAignmeM' Mr benIsrael was the Middle East expert on the
Puis w'arr/i l. H,rrv s- Truman, attending a Masonic dinner at St.
f world l ft v llsteners that "if peace doesn't come, there will be
out" hp -j are ustening to one who knows what he is talking
"berg.r sald' ."and that advisedly." Senator Richard L.
the Am speaking in New York last week at the Roosevelt Day Dinner
* there T'ans for Democratic Action, said that he was convinced
nhower ah a .rela,lonsh'P between campaign contributions and the
referri > ,ministration'8/rogram on natural resources. Neuberger
pttini rioM8 tne o^^ore oil, water power, grazing and lumber
week th k" Federal lnd President Eisenhower confirmed
r^isnOno had aPproved the hiring of Wolf Ladeiinsky by the
P that hV Jns Adn>inistration. This was the first direct word from
yth au,h ad Pefsonally stepped into the case Prof. Henry DeWolf
|tomic bomi i histonc Smyth Report on the development of the
"W'cist So ared at a recent New York meeting of the American
ladersi thaMh that Pnvc'sist8 must remind military and political
pedom of a stren8th of science is based on freedom of inquiry.
)ace hwartx will T supporter of Prof. Albert Einstein Actor Maurice
the Nat,A V2L,n and direct three new plays to be given in English
"nonal Theatre on New York's East Side.
Acddemy Students
Plan Reunions
Hebrew Academy graduates of
the past three years met at
the Academy last weekend to ini-
tiate an annual alumni Sabbath.
According to Rose Berman, pres-
ident of the Academy's alumni as-
sociation, one Sabbath each year
will be designated for a get-togeth-
er and reunion of all the past grad-
uates.
The reunion officially opened
with Friday evening services, con-
ducted by Jerome Temchin. a grad-
uate of the class of '54. and now a
ninth grade student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Academy, and Mrs.
Gross, were hosts at an Oneg
Shahbat. Friday evening in their
home. -
Saturday morning services were
conducted by Edwin Ginsburg
and Aaron Fensterheim. Partici-
pating in the weekly reading of the
portion were Melvin Ciment. Mel-
vin Safra, Nathaniel Lauer, Sidney
Shapiro and Michael Kogan.
The sermon was delivered by
Jerome Herman, vice president of
the association. His topic was
"Returning to Sinai."
Immediately following the Sat-
urday morning services, a luncheon
was held at the Strath-Haven
hotel. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Ginsburg, owners of the
hotel. At 2 p.m., a symposium took
place in the dining room con-
ducted by Rose Berman. Panelists
were Jerome Rubinowitz, Phyllis
Katz, Herman Shapiroiand Miriam
Gili.
New Group Meets
"Young at Heart," newly formed
group sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Coral Gables Jewish Center,
met at the home of Rabbi and
Mrs. Morris Skop, 3511 Riviera dr.,
on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Skop
presented a dramatic reading.
If you want to live the American
way, speak up for brotherhood,
speak out against prejudice.
Bob Hope
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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Phone 64-929I
E. F. "Roe" Lasscter
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1
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PHONE HI 6-0831
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Furnishers A Installers
Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tile
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ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
M428 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI. FLORIDA
"Good Food at Reasonable Prices"
Phone PL 9-9518
R. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Line of Fertilizers lor All Occasions
INSECTICIDES and SUPPLIES
Call MO 1-2616
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5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone PL 8-5521
GREETINGS
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PHONE 84-7041
TO ALL GREETINGS
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Lubrication Specialists Gas Oils Batteries Tiros
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PHONE HI 8-8704
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GREETINGS
CEMEXT BLOCK DTil STRIES
CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS
Immediate Delivery
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4490 $.W. 74ft Avt.e-0H Bird M. 'hont MO 1-74H
MILWAUKEE BEVERAGES, INC.
'BLATZ
i
'Milwaukee's Finest Beer''
1344 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 65-1351


M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone HI 6-0836
TO OUR MANY PATRONS. FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY
KENDALL. FLORIDA
FEEDS FHTIUZfR FARM ED0MT LAWN MOWEtS
Phone MO 1-5600
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ii'

Florida Builders Service. Inc.
100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami. Florida
TO ALL...
GREETINGS
c X ,T
ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
Phone: MO 7-2551
Box 786. Coral Gable.. Flo.

CRHT/NCS TO ALL (HM WIMDS AMD PATRONS
Ml. ami MRS. MKMAB SOSSIN
REGIL MOTORS
SE1ECTED CARS
TWO LOCATIONS:
1500 N.W. 7th Awt. Phone 9 2261 Rri. I6-S959
2901 N.W. 17th Avenue Phone 65 1344
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Brotherhood Means Survival; President
ty DWIOMT D. MWMOwW*
The spin. wh>ch lies behind our ob^e^cJr^#;
hood Week is as old as our civilization, ft go- bgk o *
answer given to the first man who asked. Am I my
""'Tlou^'thousands of years there hav.^n many
noble answers to th.s same quest.on. answers which bravely
affirm that all men-ol all religions, of all colors, oi all
languages-are in fact brothers, that no man can live alone
But in every age the question is asked, and in every age it
must be answered anew.
We live in a period in which the question has a new
sharpness and a new edge, because there are new force, in
the world which divide and threaten men. forces which work
to lock each man within the prison of his own muid, W*K*
make friend distrust friend, nation distrust nation. In the
face of these forces it is imperative that we. heroically by
word and deed give voice to our faith: Ih^ST-fry man is
indeed his brother's keeper, that no humd* bOfflrj in the
world can escape his spiritual involvement in whqtbappens
to any other human being, that no man. i the UOUbled sea
of mankind, can be an island. "
It is the purpose of Brotherhood We** tdplspire us to
give that answer for our time, with.an loqtiericf.aerer be-
fore heard. 3
;iq
frttUtnt Eisenhower
%, hi|
new
Without tolerance, without un-
derstanding of each other or with-
out a spirit of brotherhood, we
would soon cease to exist as a great
nation.
Dwight D Eisenhower
TO Alt .
A MOST HAPPT
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
Vtilliem W. McSac
PANDORA GIFT SHOP
956 NORMANDY DRIVE
Phone UN 6-9031
UP-TO-DATE VAN SERVICE
LEW M. CISCO
TRANSFER md STORAGE
321 K. E. 2ad Atidu.
PHONE 1-4411
LEGAL NOTICE
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. national co-chairmen of. #Rai
Fund volunteers, stage a preview of a scene which will bi
enacted in Miami' on Heart Sunday, Feb. 20. Mrs. Albefl
Bernard, director of the one-day drive far the Heart Associate
of Greater-TAafrti. has revealed the following coordinator* I
the Mesdaraes, Doren D. Zinner, Herman Wronker, Georgt
Raulson, Albert Graff. Jlynn Knight Fred Blank, HaroldjLejria
Harold Hiitchfield and Leonard Wolfe.
--a~-
TO ALL :. .GREETINGS

GREETINGS
Investors Diversified Services, Ine.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st Nations! Beak Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2*75 Northwest Lejeune Road Mlaani
PHONE 64-9761
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. tTSTTt
FRANCES SCH1FFMAN. Plaintiff,
WII.IJAM lllli. BLACK. Ti/a
WILLIAM H BLACK; HELEN
KCTH P.1.ACK. a.a/a HELEN R.
BLACK: i'1-ARENCB GRIMM
ELECTRIC CO., INC.. a Florida
corporation; QKORQE E. Hl'NNKT.L.
INC., h FV>iIda corporation;
JOSEPH H. GARRISON, d.b
GARRISON Ll'MBER COMPANY
ATLAS FLOORING, INC. a Florida
T|..rMil.n: K II LEONARD, d I. ,,
H B LEONARD WIND, i\VK
I A RCHAFER; MARION SCHAFER
DOUGLAS Ll'MBER <'. a Florida '
corporation; PRANK M WATKIN
U i KV ELECTRIC CO INC
.. Florida corporation PEACOCK
l.i MBER AND SUPPLY COM PA NT
i 1 i": Ida i oi iHirai tin l *fend
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; | \ -ihi--i:i:
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Lou I" ||< k. nl
MARION RHAPER,
w t II Av.-nil.-.
Loulavlllo, Kvntii, io
TOP ARE HEREBY' NOTIFIED
lo lor*. Iom morta,
,r..in- -.,, |n ,h,
II ara required to
BICHARD KRIEGER HXK. PI,,,,,.
Hmi.ime Miami, Florida, and fU? tht
oricteaJ iritfa the data of the b.f
'..",'" "n "* **r* the 2-ith ,i, ...
J--hn,.ry. oUtanriat default-
. '"""red acalnl vou
^i;atki. ,i,,- 05 eat 3 Jai
K H LtMTfrjaRMAN,
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BrWtMUW,y.sT^KVv;
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NOTICE ^".^CTITio'ii""
PloridaCJ^eU,, CUrt of D^O- Count,"
KPRT WKJ-UScVr""^
wV.Tl*^'"' APP"<-ntii
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j/a 174-11-11 "
GAFFNEY CONSTRUCTION. INC.
J0HH DAPPMRT
CARl IMUOff
<
3SS1 W. FLAGLER STREET
Phone HI S-0377
fl
GREETINGS
Coral Isables Pottery Shop
"Red Wood Patio Furniture
2931 Coral Way Phone KI 8-3055
If f rimi
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
4. W. Oi(M Vjrt,, Nallaiiirr
W $W. Isj $THT PHONf M'4'
To AH .. 4 Nappy Brotherhood Week
Joseph M. Messana
MASON CONTRACTOR
13W N.W. 4ft. AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA


nmiAY, FEBBUABV 1. USS
Bias Needs
Straight Talk
By FAITH BALDWIN
For some years I have written
about prejudice, usually with
gloves on, and relying upon an
fmotional appeal to make my point.
It's time-to remove the gloves;
ftfefn, not fancy, speaking seems
essential?
If we're to be a united nation,
consolidated in the old ideals grow-
ing onlv fn the soil of freedom, we
cannot afford prejudice. National-
ity, race .. these spring from
the impartial accident of Dirth, re-
flecting neither credit nor dis-
credit. They're as unimportant in
judging, the quality of an indi-
vidual *,tne set of an eye, the
color nf-nalr. Man's brotherhood
is inherent in the experiences shar-
ed by-every human being; birth,
pain, .struggle and death; inno-
cence and guilt; worship and love.
.\on* is unique; none escapes.
How can we live peacefully in a
family of nations if we cannot be
at peace with our own neighbors?
How justify the hideous wars wag-
ed for democracy if we are busy
pinning tags on the man next door
. or denying him the right to
live next door'' If, in childhood,
our thinking has been twisted by
i he /opinions of elders, then, as ra-
tions! adults. It is our job to rem-
edy th.;defeet, and our grave re-
.-pooMbility to rear children with-
out including a home course in
hatred.'now can you teach hatred
and send a child to church with
dear conscience? Most of us tend
our children as we tend gardens,
with lotre and pride. It does not
make sense deliberately to sow the
deadly, smothering weeds.
Take a knife. Stab a Jew, a
Christian of any creed, a Negro. I
Each bleeds. This is the blood ]
spilled on many battlefields; the
brother-blood. Few would attempt
the experiment. But too many of
ik .->tab daily, with the, light word,
the criticism, ridicule, rumor, and
lie and in the back.
.God; .forgive us.
-Jewitfnrw**
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MOTHERHOOD WEEK
February 20-27
mol Conference of Christians and .'*i
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Phone 83-5213
*'.
Key Biscayne Meeting
Key Hbcayne Jewish Center held
a "Brotherhood Meeting" on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 15. Schedul-
ed nie'fe a film and forum.
Invited to Meeting
Fred Sandier has been Invited to
attend -the "Millionaires Meeting"
of the Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company at Boca Raton Feb. 18.
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March of Dimes .-
To Get Proceeds'
Two "March of Dimes Nights,"
with children able -*> get $1.36
worth of rides for $1, have been
scheduled for Funland Park, 7850
NW 27th ave.. on Feb. 25 and 26.
Campaign director Robert Pent-
land, Jr., said Dade's March of
Dimes, lacking about $50,000 of its
$300,000 goal, will receive all pro-
ceeds on those two nights at Fun-
land park through the cooperation
of George MacLean, owner.
He also said that a stage show
anti a merchandise auction will be
held on both jxiehts.
Pentland said that About $4,800
was raised at Funland Park last
summer during the emergency
March of Dimes campaign with the
help of WTV&- .
Geblts ZiMtfcts32ft Affair
Coral dabfcs^'JSftn&t 'tMstrict
held a benefit eard-p^ariy at the
home of Mr. and Mrs; Morris Si-
mons, 1325 SoroUe ave., on Wed-
nesday afternoon"." TM THeStlames
Al Levies, and Meyer* Pipe were
co-hostesses.
It seems improbable that we, or
any nation or group of nations, will
attain peace until each man, in his
own mind and heart, treats all men
as his brothers.
Eddie Cantor
To All Our Patrons
and Friends ... A
Most Happy
Brotherhood Week
Tommv's
Restaurant
847 N.E. 1st AVENUE
MIAMI. FLA.
3W7
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FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
732 DuPent Bid*.
15 Reel Ro.d (213 Red Sunset Bide.)
Brotherhood Greetings
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
VISIT OUR COMPLETE TOY DEPARTMENT
,., ARMY-NAVY STORES
VETERAN SURPLUS OUTLET
WE FU.L M*H ORDERIi Address all mail orders to 1214 Biocaynt Blvd.
1220 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 3-331
IK Block Smith of 8mm)
4301 N.W. 7 AVE. I Edison Center) Phone Ml 422
KING MIDAS STORE (Hioltoh)
6254 S.W. 1th ST. Tamiami Trail)
Phone 88 53*3
Phone MO 7-3563
Greetings
WESLEY E. GARRISON, INC.
REAL ESTATE
2701 N.W. 6th STREET
(Palaar Building)
PHONE 65-2574
GREETINGS!
To J. JAMES CONST. CO.
Wtt1
GREETINGS
Victor Bidone Restaurant
FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE
1334 18th Street
Reservations Call JE 1-9169
TO ALL GREETINGS
Hannau Color Productions
605 Lincoln Road
Phone JE 8-2923
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
.
"A 'rJeiosV*
(Memsbor of F.D.LC.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone 88-8431 '
wt sioe
'ROUND
NEWY0RK
CALL OUR MIAMI
OFFICE 3-50*0,
YOUR LOCAL
TRAVEL
REPRESENTATIVE.
OR TELETYPE
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o
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-WE MOVE THE EARTH'
1700 N.W. 119th St.
?4
SUM TO
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TO ALL GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL. INC.. State Distributor!
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street
Phone 2-1577
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AL PFLEVGER
TAXIDERMIST
15400 N.E. Sixth Arenue North Miami Phone 8IS-5991
Fields KuMtom Kovers
AUTO SKAT COVERS TOPS. ETC.
PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
2341 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-2389
Jo All ... Greetings
SHELL LUMBER CO.. INC.

2733 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone HI 1-4401
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
JfnuARYj18.1955
Compliments of the Season
Brotherhood Growing Concept
:
MIAMI
141 E. HSfjhf
Ph. 2 1135
com GABUS
254 Miracle Mih)
n. 4-47M
, ,he year 1934. some 300 com- As ^rn^on. it keeps we
mumt.es in the I nited States shook hi h?J5 and\iB.
off the doldrums of the then cur
rf snots rovvt known am itmo rot riAs
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Rader Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
111 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 82-3551
Miami. Florida
HARRY C. SCHWEBKE
AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 89-1646
Miami
Ulk of fighting prejudice and big
the domrums oi ..: -- through a vast network of
depression long-noughj^b- ^J^organiM(lons. ^gious
groups, educational institutions, la-
bor management groups, and all
forms of mass media of communi-
cation In each of these categories
of American life, the National Con-
ference enlists the active and vol-
untary' support of lay leaders in
both its program and consultation
services. And therein lies its
strength and effectiveness as its
policies and the direct applications
of its work are in the hands of Hs
lav leadership.
Founding of the National Con-
tional Conference, two years previ- ference grew out of the presiden-
0UIV | tial campaign of 1928. which was
Those who worked to promote marred by a violent brand of big-
that first Brotherhood Day saw it ', otry directed against Al Smith and
become a full week's observance the Roman Catholic Church. Tak-
in 1940. and four years later, more ing a leading role as founders were
than 2.000 communities, among former Chief Justice Charles Ev-
ans Hughes, former Secretary of
War. Newton D. Baker and S.
Parkes Cadman. past president of
the Federal Council of Churches
of Christ in America. "They were
joined by Roger W. Straus, elected
tir-t Jewish national co-chairman,
a post he has held without inter-
ruption for 25 years, and Dr. Ever-
ett R. Clinchy. president of the
serve something called Brother
hood Day The observance caused
onl> a ripple of response in the
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
i Conference of Christians and Jews,
'that day in April 1934 was exciting
and inspirational. And in Denver.
Colo. a Catholic priest, Monsignor
Hugh McManamin. was seeing the
fulfillment of an idea he had |
almost casually proposed to the Na- |
and television programs and .
announcements resulted in mil,
of home impressions in artril10fl,
it held 9.300 institutes. w ^ '"";
and group leader conference, T*
distributed 2.800.000 pieces ofi, "?
ature. ,lw-
It maintains 62 regional
spotted throughout the
States.
offices
United
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 in-
stitution with more than 10,000
communities participating. Since
; the Brotherhood Week dates
have always been the full week that
include- Washington's birthday;
thi- year Feb 20 to 27. The 1955 organization since its founding. In
theme is One Nation Under God." \ addition to Mr Straus, the other

To All Brotherhood Greetings
SWIFT & COMPANY
Refreshingly yours .
Sirift's Mee Cream
PHONE HI 8-6555
Although Brotherhood Week
now a definite part of the Ameri-
c..n -cene. it is a paradox that com-
paratively little ii known about its
sponsor, the National Conference
of Christians and Jews
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.
TO ALL GREETINGS
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Ph. 2-4733
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-8997
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
TOBBY RIGGS MOTORS. INC.
"THI 010 KtmiKKY COLONli"
501 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone PL 7-1678
wsr wisnts
TO Alt
*
W. A. GLASS
is current co-chairman is Mr. Benson
Ford. President Dwight D. Eisen-
hower is the honorary national
chairman for Brotherhood Week
and Ben Duffy, president of Batten.
Barton, Durstine and Osborne, Inc..
is general chairman
The founders adopted a program
that has guided the organization
throughout its history and is a part
of its by-laws: "To promote jus-
tice, amity, understanding and co-
operation among Protestants. Cath-
olics and Jews, and to analyze,
moderate and finally eliminate in-
tergroup prejudices which dis-
figure and distort religious, busi-
ness, social and political relations,
with a view to the establishment
of a social order in which the re-
ligious ideals of brotherhood and
justice shall become the standards
of human relationships."
While the National Conference
does much of its work through re-
ligious groups, it is not itself a
religious organization, rather, it is
a group of religiously motivated
men and women whose purpose it
is to eradicate prejudices and big-
otry through educational programs
of good will. Brotherhood Week
is. of course, an important facet of
their educational program, yet it
is only a small part of the year
around work.
Last year, according to Dr. Clin-
chy. the National Conference ar-
ranged 75,000 programs for 12,000
schools and colleges; 8,500 church-
es and synagogues; 2,500 women's
clubs. 1.650 service clubs; 1,500
youth groups: and 525 national
community organizations. Its radio
The National Conference do
not seek a merger of relief
bodies, nor does it seek tn weak*,
the loyalties or modify the h,?
tinctive beliefs of any creed h
does seek to demonstrate that all
creeds can work together u>
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 Confer-
ence is engaged in a nationwide
inventory of our moral and spiri-
tual resources for brotherhood.
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 aroui\d us. that the threat
of dictatorship and all its evil im-
plications is no longer with us.
Communism is an ever-present
threat. Men of ill will still roam
the face of the earth. Our job is
monumental."
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
61 NX 26th Street
Phone 3-5351
Bond
Transfer Co., Inc.
Tracking
1944 N.W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 2-3144
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FOSTER
Electric Co., Inc.
CONTRACTING
ALTERATIONS
SERVICE
Paul Foster, Pres.
2264 W. Flaaler Street
Miami. Florida
Phone HI 8-2671
TO ALL GREETINGS
B. B. Leigh. Pres. R. C. Singer. Vice-Pres. & Sec.
H. Goyen, Trees.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes
IIO\ A< Ki:il A LEIGH, INC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Caver South Florida"
P.O. Box 2210 1134 N.W. 22nd Street Miami 13, Florida
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
0
skMseskSse
Henry E.
Mangels Company
3550 N.W. SSth St. Phon\ 651391
GRI fTINGS
Weaver
Rexall j
Drug
Stores
las2ndAve- 365
567 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. PL 7-1202
ioni ,ial WaY Ph- HI 6-7621
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5725 Bird Road Ph. MO 1-6691
Deeds Needed
And Not Words
By OVETA CULP HOBBY
Secretary of Health, Eductties
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 .-pooches
which will be made before toil
week is done, the word brother-
, hood" rolls off again and again
! until it sounds easy.
But brotherhood doesn't come ii
[ a package. It is not a commodity
J to be taken down from the shelf
j with one hand it is an ac-
j complishment of soul-searching,
I prayer and perseverance.
Brotherhood takes self-aware
practice.
The rule of thumb is a simple
one: Regard each man and woman
as an individual. Not as a Catholic,
Protestant or a Jew. Not as a Ne-
gro, Anglo-Saxon or Asiatic.
Look at the personat the char-
acter and personality of this hu-
man being. Like or dislike that
person for his own intrinsic quali-
ties, and refuse to tinge that judg-
ment by the irrelevant fact that he
belongs to a different race or re-
ligion 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 Indian^
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-
Othersmore highly educated.
more aware of selffind the con-
cept of brotherhood as an intel-
lectual process.
Unfortunate are those who, j
their limitations, can never sense
the brotherhood of man.
Brotherhood realised is the ulti-
mate objective of democracy-*
free, just and harmonious civil"*
tion. 'J
One thing I like about show busi-
ness is that people are judged on
the basis of their ability, not Be-
cause of their race, color or creco
And that's the way it should be m
every walk of life.
__Faye Emerson


DAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955
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PAGE 11 B
Forces of
Bigotry Routed
By BERNARD M. BARUCH
The forces of organized bigotry
being routed in America.
lvoilily and Miroly. in education.
[mplnvnient. housing and in all
Lman relations, discrimination is
laning Much remaini to be done,
he sure, and Brotherhood Week
, reminder to tu that the rask
still incomplete.
fo discriminate asaiqsji a man
rcau-e of rate;, color, creed or,
lational brfgfrl Is untitlictical :(^>p
racy and dangerous to Amer-.
In this time of democracy's
p.tJnL'. we must proclaim our faith
it and live closely by its princi-
i],. in these days of danger to
[merica we can permit nothing to
ndcrmine the unity which i- M
sential to our safety. Nothing is
iKthe of unity than the
ate, discord, suspicion and bitter-
which prejudice breed.-.
There can be no second class
Itizens in America. As we expect
Bch man. black and white, Jew
nri Christian, native and foreign
urn to hear the responsibilities of
ihip 36 we demand that each
dire in us rights and privileges
we seek that all shall live in
Lutiial respect, understanding and
I hip,
The time will come, and soon
hope, when Brotherhood Week
ill he a reminder, not of the
i : discrimination in our
|ii M bill of its eradication. Until
nat time, we must, each of us.
h>rk to break down its barriers,
Jit UMi-jty* wherever we find it
n I i lermslwlf own hearts of blind
fiimositj against our fellows.
Prejudice is
Mockery to U.S.
[By CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER
I The fact that racial and religious
rejudice should, in any form exist
a great democracy, is an in-
edible mockery of the very word
emocracy It should be considered
the light of a personal disgrace
I every citizen of that same democ-
Icy. A disgrace as shocking and
tragic as that of'the discovery
t a near and dear member of
ie' family has become a harden-
criminal.
For prejudice is a crime. It is a
rime against the democratic ideal,
crime against the teachings of
pJrlstlanjty, Judaism and the great
ligiens, a crime against human
lecency and a crime against just
[lain common sense.
Furthermore, it is a crime for
fc-hieh cvCTv American citizen, di-
f'ctly or indirectly, is responsible,
not for its inception, at least for
ic continuance of its presence in
fur world today. We are responsi-
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National Coherence of Christians and Jews
The Florida Region Office invites the entire community
to join in the observance of Brotherhood Week. The Confer-
ence urges citizens of Greater Miami to rededicate them-
selves as individuals to the basic ideals of respect for people
and human rights which are essential to our way of life.
hie because of our apathy in side-. thy of the name of human beings,
stepping the issue, because of our' it must be solved not in a theoreti-
!,,U,m-0,l,C.d. /iv^i,-,imei^ill-cure- cal juturc. not tomorrow, but now,
itself attitude, because of our kid- ... '
ding ourselves with the preposter-'thls very mstant-______________
ous fable that it is a special prob-
lem to be solved by the special
persons affected. The problem is
our problem, and as long as preju-
dice exists in our land, we are the
persons affected. The solving of
it must be done by us all, each and
every man, woman and child of
this nation, of every walk of life
and of every race, creed or color.
It must be solved by our actions,
by our words and by our thinking.
And if we and our children are
to survive as living creatures wor-
BARNES
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262 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
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GREETINGS
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3900 N.W. 2nd AVE.
PHONE 84-2549
PRECAST
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PRECAST CONCRETE
WTNDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE HI 8-2503
IIHTEI'S
JEWELRY CO., Inc.
160 E. Fkxgler Street
PHONE 3-2197
Manufacturer of
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N.E. 74th Street Phone PL 9-0953
*
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*
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GREETINGS
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P. & O. DOCKS
MIAMI
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
TO ALL
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KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 2-5197
TO ALL .
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GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. fS Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein
BEST WISHES FROM .
DWYER'S METAL SHOP
1329 N.W. 74th Street Phone PL 8-4551
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Atsi
PHONE 2-5194
FOR READY-MDCED CONCRETE PHONE HI 8-2080
Allied Concrete Products, Inc.
3087 S.W. 28th Lane. Miami. Florida
(One Block North of Dixie Highway)
FRANK S. WUELKER, President
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6851 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 84-4521
P. RICHARDSON
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1141 So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone MO 1-9588
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HouMr Company. Inc.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
Florida Bond and Mortgage Co.
Mortgage Loans & Investments
Houser Realty Co.. Ine.
Real Estate Property Management
First National Bank. Miami Phone 3-2648
DORN MARTIN DRUG CO.
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
5898 Sunset Drive South Miami
YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS
Of fit. MnHH 12-5715 Residence rh.ni 71 tOAO
W. F. MrClaskoy
MARINE SURVEYOR OASOIINE 1 DlfSfl ENGINES
343 S.W. Merth River Drive
P. 0. lex 1711 Mm*!, Flerida

GREETINGS
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TOWING LIGHTERING
WHOLESALE SAND CRANE RENTAL
1281 N. W. South Riv*r Drive P. O. Box Ml
Yard Phone 35019 Res. Phone 7-1042
MIAMI 4. FLORIDA
TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ..
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
286 N.E. 67th Street Phone 78-8715

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TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Rood
Palm Beach247 Worth Arm.
Brotherhood as Relisious Identity'
By S. M. SELCH6N
JTA
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The Jewl Ol
the Alberta town of Medicine Hat
comprise a unique community T
CRBETINGS
Mel OHMK K-BOYETT
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F. H. A. FINANCING
667 N.W. 14th Street
PHONE 3-3SC3
Miami I, Florida
B very small one. It consists of impels it to efforts t fulfill i
about'40 families, mostly Cans- sibilities, is the Jewish will,'
dian born. v Religion in this case ,s, *
This tiny Jewish island among a
non Jewi-h populace of over 20.-
000 is exceptional material.for a
Jewish Floridian publishes the fol ^Uui> 0f jtwfah stubborn**! and
lowing article by S M Selchen, j,.wi>h mil for survival. There is a
Jewish life in this tiny community.
and there is an effort to preserve
Jewish continuity through a Jew-
ish education for the children.
In such a small community this tion that are found
is a most difficult task, but,they centers.
tr* to overcome the diffculties as As I mentioned above, Mcd^
much as possible. They have Wsti- Hat maintains a Jewish teacheri
tuted a strict communal discipline
and every member of the commu-
nity must contribute his share,
which is determined according to
his means. (I was told of only one
i ,,i the bra lite Press of Win-
. urnej have u>
t.;> familiarised h:rn with all
the Jewish communitiei oi West-
ern i
Medjcine Hat. where the flat
ie steppes ,-nd of the foothills
of the Rockies begin, is no more a
tiny hamlet of 8.000 peP'e.
found it to be several years ago.
Goat.- no longer browse in, its
street-, which are already mainly
paved: the traffic downtown on a
In air. [
a moans than an end
One of the main concern,,*,
small community is ini. jeW|sh '*
cation of their children. This
most complicated matter lor
a small community. particui
when in it are reflected the i
differences of opinion rc-gap
trends" and ideologies in edu
in the ljf.
a dignified basis. Aside from
salary, the teacher gets a fine i
linga house which the coo
ity bought near the shul
I did not have the opportunity,
pavea. ,ne ir c o-,,.. ^ vl0,atef ^ discipljne acquainting myself closely with
nio-t ot wmnipeg
tion of over 20.000 pushes the city
out of its limits far into the moun-
tains and hills which surround it
and give it a special charm
One of the remarkable things
share). ,^m My perhaps superficial
We tried to figure it put. It ap-,pression is that there is a
pears that this tiny community ex deal of good will and effi .
i pends some $20,000 a.year for its achieve success, but the results
Jewish needs, about a half of this not too favorable, which is not
for outside general Jewish causes,
about Medicine Hat is its colorful i ^ ,he Qtncr ha,f for loM, cau$ej
Jewish mayor who challenges may- _(he STnagogue the teacher and
ors of other cities to races of var- (he spirltua| lead (who |s main.
ious kindsand beats them j ,aJnod W|lfc di8nilJr)i fortn.
The city also has a Jewish magis-
trate and a Jewish librarian. All
these three civic officials are high-
ly popular. So far as the mayor is
concerned, he was reelected re-
cently to a second two-year tenn
by acclamation no candidate
could be found wno would dare
run against him.
The Jewi*h community of Medi-
cine Hat. even though it has by
now almost doubled since my first
visit there a few years a
This comes to some $500 a year
per family, and in Medicine Hat
here are several well-to-do Jews
but few really wealthy ones. Aside
from this, they now have to spend
quite a few dollars on repairs for
the Synagogue, and each one con-
tributes his share.
I was there on the eve of Roeh
Hashanah. In the local newspaper,
15 Jewish businessmen almost
ALL the city's Jewish businessmen
in u joint announcement said
fault of the teacher but tbe van
complications involved in a riiM.1
school in such a small and
community.
History of South
Florida to be
Prepared Here
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple-Emanu Kl, hasht I
gun preparation of a history of tan
South Florida Jewish coramunirfl
it was reported this week The I
nouncemeot was made by Wjl
Moshe Davis, co-director of ftrl
American Jewish History Center of [
the Jewish Theological Semina
o is still their businesses- would be closed
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the product of a cooperative jjr\
deavor on the part of the Ontcrtt I
all levels of research, writing at \
editing. The American Jewish I
GREETINGS
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Foundry and Machine
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(not inc.)
Established ltM
105.10 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 34481
Klppur. and they asked their cus-
tomers to make the*r purchases in
time because of tn* Jewish holi-
days.
The tiny Jewish cemmonrt). bur-
dened with heavy task, this year
I permitted itself a special luxury
; they got a g^ cantor (hired away | torTcentVTta s^isnr**' W
from Calargy) who fa paid a re la- M ,^,,0^.
tively large amount (if I'm not mis-
taken, a thousand dollars;:
Are the Jews of .Medicine Hat
very piou-" I didn't find more piety
there than in other small or large
I centers in Canada. And as you
'. know, this isn't very much. My im-
pression is that the chief force that
keeps the community together and
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Jewish communal records, rBtef'
view data and material bearing**
the Jewish community contained tf
the public records of rmmidpi1
county and state archives
Six American Jewish commuit.
ties. Cleveland. Milwaukee, |fl
treal. southern California, rurC,
New Jersey and South Florida
were selected to launch their |il$J
tory projects in conjunction Wirl^
the Tercentenary year' of Artier^
can Jewish settlement. Dr. Dadf
pointed out
The history of the Jewish co*
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written on a co-authorship basifJfe
Rabbi Lehrman and Dr Jojepl
Rappaport, staff consultant for IK.
American Jewish History Onfcf,
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?Ay, FEBRUARY 18, 1955
listory of
[A Tradition
In America
By DR. RALPH J. BUNCHE
| jhc concept of "brotherhood"
none men is another way of say-
l. -good human relations"about
Ihich there is often more talk
lan application. The nub of the
fatter with regard to good human
Cations is. of course, our ability
I individuals to live up to the
Igh principles most of us readily
Horace and to which we pay easy
service.
[This being so, it is especially im-
lirt.int In document by living ex-
dple the faith we must have in
fcoplr and the conviction that
Lre tlifii-rences among people
[P,\ pro^'nt.' no insurmountable
rriei t" friendly relationship,
lCc tho> art brought together un-
Lr i-urninstances which really per-
Ittheni to'know each other and
emtir.ir* common human pur-
ses and values in place of nar-
ftdali religious or national
Li- and attitudes.
II mas cite, foa. instance, the very
kcosrj.jdnif uleraonstration afford
by the Secretariatthe working
af[ Hi 'to* United Nations of the
hilih Hi perhaps the most diversi-
Jpd .-i^mtnage of people to be
fund under one roof anywhere in
|c v. odd to understand each other
ell and to work together ami-
|bly. Altogether, there are some
members of the United Na-
\>m staff. Xhey represent a ma-
fit> of the nationalities in the
wi'i!. They are of all races, colors,
ili&on*,. languages, cultures and
eolutfies. Their habits of dress,
tog, worship, marriage and
brk are variable. Many come
m highly developed and indus-
Jized societies and man/ others
underdeveloped, agricultural
untrie*. Some are from the
ionie.s.
There are Africans, Indo-Chinese
Id West Indians working side by
He with their British, French,
.N>um, Greek, Scandinavian and
^tin-American colleagues. There
Arabs and Jews, Hindus and
psleros. Buddhists, Roman Catho-
fcs. Anglicans. Greek Orthodox
kd shades of Protestants from
pmitive Baptists like myself to
pm Presbyterians. They come
om capitalist and communist
kuntries and from all shades in
^{ween; from thoroughly demo
atic societies and from some
hich have never held any kind
an .election; from republics,
onarchies anil every brand of dic-
hole gamut of competence, skills
kd professions and are engaged
|.*ork from the menial level to
r.. 5*a!ted. executive.
JjO.SjjGrt, just about all the bar;
le/s .Known to human relationships
"re to be found in the Secretariat
ousfd,. in .that towering slab of
P&JWEpy ,"><* meUl at 42nd

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and First ave^in New York City, hurdling of such barriersthe re-
But we find thatjhese barriers are lations among the members of the
remarkably fragile., All of these i staff are so natural and free that
people, so Widely,diversified in, ori- there is very little consciousness
gin and background, work and play
together in impressive harmony.
Genuine friendshipsi cut across ,all
lines; social aftd athletic ojubs are
of the existence of barriers.
After all, there is nothing so im-
portant in this world as people giv-
ing expression to the good that is
formed on- ah^oe^basis'^oTtota- ** "" o "* by amity toward each
mon intere*ts>-ttee*ais an easy In-
formality and'a*Smaa'derie in re-
. lationships; and'' there is, of course,
| no little counting, and. .marriage. It
t is a congenial human company, en-
riched by its very diversity.
I doubt tatt-tlre* has ever been
a finer or nwe encouraging dem-
onstration of t$'ra1>ility of people
to hurdle the .superficial barriers
which divide tfceat, and get on to-
gether as human beings should
and must, I suspect, if very many
of us are tb_survive on this earth
in this era oi the split atom, in
truth, in the Unite* Nations Secre-
tariat, there HP little of deliberate
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642 N.W. 2nd A**., Miami, Flo. "Near* Owned and Operated" Ph. 241 OS
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PROOFINGFUMIGATINGMOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operators
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
Biscayne Exterminating Service, Inc.
3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE HI 6-6401
DON'T TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
GREETINGS TO ALL
Security Abstract Co.
44 N. E. 1st At*.

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G *&>
Reg's
Appdpnces
"Tee ear*** SINK, H It*
Wf STI|LjM<> 12449 n<%"A*VENUE
PHoThTPI.'7-7767 *
ENGINEERS, INC.
411 S.W. 24 AVENUE
MIAMI 34, FLORIDA
f. IT. Cootie- C. A. teeter
Teleshooa 9-982S
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP, Inc.
400 S.W. 22nd Avenue
GREETINGS
Concrete Hoiaiing Steel Erected
Bar Joiale Set Clam and Drag
N. POPENHAGER
< ; / *4.r* CRANE S
PHONE 8i2652 2534 LINCOLN AVE.
COCONUT GROVE. FLORIDA
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
, MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
*
FOOD TOWN
formerly DULANEYS
- Eeay Fruits Vef etobJet Ffexen Feeds
Prime Meets Fancy Groceries
PHONE JEf8,Q5l
FREE DELIVERY
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
SO Weed Hauler Street
Rememoer the Mamti
The House
of Lloyd
UIDAL mmd IVINING WEAR
6445 RISCAYNE IOUIEVARD
PHONE 094471
GREETINGS
Distrihetioa of Mmfmxlmat, Htmtpamtrs, Comics mmd RooJrs
Pope's News Agency, Inc.
IERT pope, agay
5705 N.W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 84-2857
GREETINGS
Taiiiiami Cabinet Shop
Store Fixtures Bars Show Cases Office Partitions
Phone HI 8-3432
2734 S. W. 28th Lane MiamL Florida
GREETINGS
PAUL A. MICKLER JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER LYDEN
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phonos 034509 HI 6-6417 1300 Pence De Loon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA


PAGE 14 B
ieuhft*rMiftn
FRIDAY. FEBRIIAP^
TO ALL GREETINGS
THE MIAMI AGENCY. INC.
GENERAL INSURANCE
H. H. WOODSMALL. Jit.
682 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phone 84-0615
Individualism Must be Respected'
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Southern Salvage Corp.
ACfOSS HOM INWtNATtOHAl AIKF0RJ
N.W. 69th AVENUE and N.W. 25th STREET
P. O. BOX 243. MIAMI 48. FLORIDA
Phone 88-4739

To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances...
Brotherhood Greetings
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
Miami, Florida
229 S.W. North River Drive
Phone 82-0957
GREETINGS
COST ANALYSIS TOOLS DIES JIGS FIXTURES
PRODUCTION FACILITIES
Production Engineering Co.
P. O. Box 882. Intl. AirportAve. D. Bldg. 116
MIAMI (48) FLORIDA PHONE 64-7403
:-hood ;.
re ALL .
SNIDER-JONES, INC.
Manufacturers ci Trade Wind Gift Jellies
MIAMI. FLA.
PHONE MO 1-2730
HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave.
3-3331
By SAMUEL SHELLABARGER
The chut disaster which i
befall our age i- thai individual
men ., to think as indi-
viduals an l should bed
the thought cells of p
whether that prejudice be i
ius, political or Ideol
Prejud '"*
uptive tension, fatal
edom i though! and, hence,
to a derm
tj p. is to relieve and erase
such tensions thai the National
Conf Christians and Jews
has been four
oesl and
common fallacies i- to think oJ
in term- oi eati
than as individuals.
ITS abroad
in vari us countries, l have
often the victim of crude assump-
and can speak of them from
i a- an AmeiK
r elsewhere, I
. act rd
I rather the
tional caricature, which th^
unml se countrii
ply to Americans. I was assumed
to be vulgar, blatant and gullible:
in >h i I the
typical \mericanthough, if there
be a typical American. I have nev-
er met one Similarly. a- a while
among oriental- or N 1 have
been classed a- typical white man.
with all the defect- and vices
which the word 'type usually im-
plies To atholics, I have been the
typical Protestant; tp Presbyter-
he typical Episcopalian; to
Jew.-, the typical Christian; to Dem-
ocrat-, the typical Republican But
in all the-e cases, when the typical
een forgotten on both sides
and only the individual appraised.
it was usually discovered that I was
very much like these other people
An American, a white man. a
tan' Christian, a Republican.
1 havt beli ved friends among man)
creed and parties.
On v lhat of simple
man and man: that
of adi for talents or
hich I do not p
for kind]
pathy with misfortune.
tail P II] mi ish in
t h. i
will I with him

to his
The mam point is to be on our
from a
few n nces We mi
tes) or dishonesty or bigotry on
To All Greetings
ORIENTAL GARDENS
RESTAURANT
Good fooW
Reaionablt Prices
2401 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone 64-9317
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS MAN IN THE mirror,
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
February 20-27
Soonsored by The Notional Conference of Christians anj iew%
INSURANCE
the part of one man or another
and at once accuse that man's na-
tion, race or creed of similar faults.
But. if we do this, let us in all fair-
:.-- remember examples of the
same faults which we have encoun-
tered in our own nation, race and
creedyes, and in ourselves. I do
not pretend to like everybody I
meet; but I propose to consider
him on his own merits as an indi-
vidual and not as a specimen of
some ill-defined group.
Prejudici ..,>- irrational
disruptive. But in out
llvided
en two ut-
terly icompatible
cannot
luxurj i .
in our
Ives of
Erotherhood Greetings To All
NU-WAY AUTO SERVICE
WRECKS REBUILT GENERAL REPAIRS
Complete Painting and Body Work
Wrecker Service
Waft Miller, Prop.
6502 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone PL 8-8400
these encumbrances. Democracy,
to be effective, must bo true it \
itself in daily practise between ma
I and manFor the sword of tke |
spirit is still the most iinportat
1 weapon in the world
It is for such reasons as thJ
that all ood citizens will welcoatj
and support the objective- of tat|
National Conference of < hristiat
and Jew... The movement is an
lightening and liberatin? forces
nation.
The Olympic ideal of -port fa
sport's sake has defied dictators,
out-lasted wars and risen above po-
litical stnw.'le- It will enntine
Sport is one of our mo*
ctive weapons again-t prcjudm |
and Intolenmee.
A very Poundage
TO ALL GREETINGS
Dixie I.as Corporation
Moe Longer
405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gablei

MIAMI BEACH .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1651 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
BONITA GARDENS
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
Rock Garden* Cactus Shrubs
"Water Lilies"
2180 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 64-0212
GREETINGS
VICTOR'S
Specializing in
ITALIAN FOODS
Ricorta
Fresh Italian Sausage
2013 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 3-9374
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21st Street
GREETINGS
Pete's Ornamental
Iron Shop
Pilasters Railings Doors
Grills
Welding and Blacksmithinf
Phone MO 1-6424
105 S.W. 57th AVENUE
MIAMI 44. FLORIDA
A. Johnson
Tel. SM135 We Deliver
H A n nvs
Package Good
LOUNGE BAR
Family Style Meels Served
ENTERTAINMENT
13420 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
TO All CKttTINGS
Pheees 24024 f-6434
M. A. WHITTCNBURG
WUOUSAU AUTO MCS
124* NX HtST AVWUl
MIAMI, FIMIDA


PPjpAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955
LEGAL NOTICI
-Jenls* fkrfjitr
PAGE 15 B
~^E X?Se'law T,T,OU8 '
v.iTK'K 18 HEBBBT GIVEN that
nnVrsigni .1. desiring to engage In
undei the fl< tltioua name of
';! ;mah mouse oi beauty, at
.' ,,' .-u S7th Btreet, Intends lo rep-
,1 ;, With the Clerk.of the
........"'%1:kTi-\^;^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NO NAME LAW
NOTICE ls HEREBY GIVEN thai
.,'. undersigned, desiring to engage, la
under the fli-tltlous jiame of
THE .-OMAN COMPANY (not Inc.).
, i: 2nd Ave., Miami, Intend
' .",!..i-t, mid name with the Clark
,.,' n,r rirctiii Court of Dade County,
HENRY COHAN
\l\.\ COHAN
S > ____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS j
NAME LAW
.,-,,TI'K IS IIKItKKY ; I \ i :n- that
>d, ii' .mi Inn to engage. In
ml, i ill.- fl.tltious names or
SKY INSURANCE, BAR.
HKKNKY INSURANCE!, H.
i 'ilERNKV INSIRANCE AOBNCY,
HUti'l.U M BERNE* INSURANCE
,n, V U. II HERNEY AGENCY,
.-' H. HKRNEY AGENCY, a<
I Ingler SI Intends to register
. ,n srlth the i'lurk of the Clr-
, oi Dade County, Florida.
i i.|i ii BBRNBY, Sola I la ner
IIEiiMA* I IIKK'I'W
Attorney f'-i Applicant
; w Ha* lei St.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M__, .,, NAME LAW
|AU^VNhV{*raHf?
Miami An rot. nd to regiati
name with the ClerU of the -
t otui ..f Dane County. Florida
klBHTBIlAaAI. ^ il*VK
!.11 I ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTK'K IS HEREBY GIVBN thai
leraigned, desiring to engage In
- under the fictitious name of
t, UII.NEK INSURANCE
vi:i:.vcY, at tii Tint St., Miami
Intetid i" register said name
. i i. k of the 'it culi Court of
uni j. Florida
SEYMOUR KBIT
ALBERT VVII.NER
;: I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIKRKBY GIVBN th.it
- Kned, desli Ing to engage in
the fictitious name of
iiw i:i.i:v a LOAN CO., at
N n i h Miami >. i Miami IX, In-
-.iii mi me a iiii the
Court of Dade
r
1ENE i: SI I MM E ItS, Sola i m n.-r
KR SAAL
Ippllcanl
| Bldg.

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
I COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176002
IIINE V I'ASKEVICH,
Plaintiff,

[Al'AM .- I'ASKEVICH, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
| VDA.M S I'ASKEVICH
"ADDRESS L'NKNl >\\ N"
DJ in.in ..I lliiit ;i lliil
t foi Divorce has boon
and > mi are rsQuli -
- ve.....|ij <.r your Anawer or
i < omulalnl on
lorney, I'.WIH I.E-
'. w 12th Am- Miami,
the original Answei
office ol the Clerk
Court on or before the
l'. i.i uary, IMS. If you
gmeni by defaull will
l for I he relict
iii the Hill of Complaint
hall be published once
- onsi. i.i is.- m aeka
in I UK JI-:\\ ISII I |,i i|<] | i| \\
l>XE VN.....HlKRED al Miami,
1 '- 2tth da) ..i January,
i' I.EATHERMAN,
. .ii < lourt,
ill Floi Ids
II* JOAN COI'RNOYER.
1 SealJ 11. put) Clei k

N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
| th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
"?.^.D-ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CERY. No. ,78367
1'A.NMt, IIGTHMAN, PhUnUff,
'i-Ai'Vs itoTHMAN. Derendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.AK1S ROTH MAN
' lorcheeter Road
llrooklj a. N'eM v... i,
,,'"' WtK HEREBY Ni 'TII'IEI'
......Plaint for Divorce was filed
' "i ^ .ni are required to file
ei with the Clerk ..f this
III"om ."."' '" 'en.- a oopy niM.n
'.^AN T ISIS. HOI congres s
Miami, Florida, Plaintiffs
n or I,. f,,i-,. Uic Illli dav of
.i.t.(i. I'll, otherwise the allegations
"I in.- (ornplalnl will be taken as COM-
'essed h) >
1 "I it Miami. Klorlda. this 3rd
"i -.I I-.-liruai y. in:,:,.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
'lerk of the Circuit Court
Miami. Inule County. Florida
I > \N M. \V. STOCKING,
liri.M.v "epim Clerk
iii.I..man t. isis
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNO** FICTITIO
NAME LAW
aS^TBRMfJI^ .
Dade County, Florida
MURRAY LKVINK
OBNET OBET LEV,NK
Attorneys tee Applicants
ISO I,in,-..In |;,|
2/11-1X-26 3/4
n't',"'."'- for im in tiff
ii". '"tigress lluilding. Miami.
Florida
N ?Zr?2ry JUDGES' COURT
Finn,?,? FOR DADE COUNTY.
h, ?," A .,,N PROBATE. No. 3466S B
in It, EKTATR OF
MORRIS I.KIlss. |....eased
To Hi^T CE TO CREDITORS
,, ''editors and All Parsons. Bav-
!,- tajnu. i Demands Against Said
il'l I,. ,'!'""'l,,ed us aforesaid, nr name
">e i4-. urI1?\ cOon 73J 10 of
r Mi I'mhate Act.
W--SSIE I.KI.ss
,'.'lrl of the Last Will
\ ... e*tiiment of
Jf'H.\,,Nll,Ki? '-KKSB. Deceased.
A't.imA;', l>;>l:N-SON PBRRY
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|, EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF
COUNTY, in CHANCERY No UM37
8ANPORD GROS*BAftT PUIntiff
\ s.
ANNE GROSSBAHT. Dofendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I' i ANNE OROSRBART
1 Johnson Avenue
Newark. N.J.
You are nerebj notirie.i imn : Kill
of Complaint for Divorce ha. been
riled iikhiiisi you, and you are requir-
ed to serve s ropy ..f your Answer oi
Pleadlu to the It.il or Complaint on
the iii.-iiiniff. Attorney, HENRY \l
CAIN, Hit w. Planter Bt Miami!
.1 .and file the orlslnai Answei ..,
Plead iik iii h.- offl.....i the clerk ,,r
the Circuit c,,it on or before lUe
11th day of March, 195.-,. ir you rail to
do s... JudBment by default will be
taken analnsi jrou for the i,ii,f de-
manded o the Rill of Complaint
I'liN notice shall he published on, ,.
,'"'.!,.vV.''k '"' four consecutive weekt
In I HE JEWISH Fl.iUilDlAN
.DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, thli iii day of I-'.
AH. LI
i: H LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Ciiiiiit Court,
Dade County. Florida
B) WM. W. STOCKING
',',.'.'<.'.";. ''"'""' s,":''' Deputy Clerk
HENRI M CAIN
Attoi ney for Plaintiff
K18 Brest ii... Ii r si Miami, Florida
Z/U-1S-3S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175,621
JiiSEl'H RICII.M \\
RITA DARW1SH, Defendant
NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
I'n RITA DARWISH Defendant, .
Reslda n. and add esa unknown,
ho la i.. : i i Ins hei if v
the State of i- lot i la f
Of proc ess.
You are hi i. by notified thai i torn-
plaint for f.....losure of Chattel Mort-
tane. Injunctlve Relief ami other Re-
lief has been filed agalnal you, ami
you are 11 quired to let a i opy ,.f
"in PIi sd us to th.- fomplalnl on the
irne>, HENRY M
CAIN, and in Isjlnal I :. adlni
I" il....."n. "f the t.'lerk of th- Cir-
cuit c.....i ,,,, ,,, ,.,.(,,,,. the mil day
of March, IK! if yog fail to do so,
ludnmenl bj default will be taken
BSjaTnsl ) i for the I Handed
in the i 'ompli ml This suit -
' 'h il l.-l Mot tSS(;e held by
Plalntlfl business known ;.-i
'JOE'S LI'NCHBONETTK", 1 f> !i
N W 1st Kvi III, Mi.in i Flo nl.i. to-
c.ih.r with the rurnlshlnSeS, furniture,
fixtui ei "> k, equlpmenl.
es i-iin-
la ii.-.I Hi. -
Dated ;ir Miami, Florida, 'his Mb
la] ..f Februai r, II
i: li l EATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
l M.i. i i.iiiu\ Ifloi Ida
l M W STdi 'KING,
I itj Clei k
HENRY M c UN
kttorne) r..i t'l.ilntifr
w Ftairler Street
1 I.M iiia
2/ll-lK-r. :: I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 172404-A
SAMI'BIj ARONS ami S1DEI.I.K
II ARI INK, his "ii. I.mis SMALL,
iniiiMii-.i.iii> anil as Executor of the
Ksta.....f ETIIKI. SMALL
W \l:\IA\. .I- ... I: ami KITH
LIBOWITZ, Plaintiffs,
LOUIS R. MILLER and ESSIE
MILLER, his wife; 1,1'i'V
KnltSIN as Kxeciitilx of the
Estate of .MORRIS KOHSI N.
.lens.-.I. 1.1'CY KoltsiN. Indi-
vidually. Ll'CY KORSCN, as devisee
under th. l^nt Will and Testament
of MORRIS KORSt'N, deceased
GLORIA COHEN. a.k.a. GLORIA
KORSCN COHEJs. Individually and
as heir of the Estate of
MORRIS RORJBL'N, decease.1.
I>efendsnts.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOPIS R MILLER and
essir .mii.li:r
1001 Jerome Avenue
New York City, New York
Von and each of you are hereby
notified that a Complaint for MortCafa
rorecloaure as Amended. b> that cer-
tain Third Amendment or Supple-
mental Pleading to Complaint For
Mortsace Foreclosure as Amended.
has been fllcl aKalnst yog, and each
of you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your Answer to said Com-
plaint as Amended, on Plaintiffs' at-
torneys, GENET ft OENBT, '-' Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and
file the original Answer In the office
of the Clei k of ihe Circuit Court of the
above st)led Court on or before the
i .iii day of March, n1"'-"'.
If yawl fall lo ito so a Decree Pro
ConfeasD will l>e entered against you
for the relief demanded In the Com-
plaint as Amended.
DONE \NI> ORDERED, at Miami.
Klorlda. this lt| dn> "f Februai-v l'....
R Ii. LEA rHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By: it ii rice. JR.
Deputy Clerk
GENET ft GKVKT
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
420 Uncoln Rosd. Mlsnil Beach. Fla.
1/11-18-:; l/t
-yjmsmm
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
!-f^ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176060
JAMBS ii MC GlNNNESff, Plaintiff
BALLY THERS8A MC giinni-:ss.
Ilefeliibllll
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: sai.lv THERESA
MC OL'INNESS
iS Alpine Mi,-, i
Rmbury, Massachusetts
tou ai,- hereb) notified thai .i Bill
"f complaint for Divorce baa been
filed against you. and squired
to serve a copy of your
Pleading, to the Hill of Complaint on
tlw plaintiffs Attorney, CHARLES I
COI HSHON, KH(J o, Uncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida, and rile the
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office "f the Clerk o| th I'll. Hit
1 mi- "ii Or before Ihe {3rd 'lav of
rein ii.,i ) Hi., |f ,-,, (l)|| ,,, ,|,, .,,
JnilKio.nl by defaull will be taken
against ...ii f... th- relief demanded
in the "in ol c.....plaint
Tins notice snail o. published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED .il Miami.
Florida, this 25th daj ..i January,
A.D. 13.',
E B. LBATHERMAN,
l.-rk. Circuit I '..in t.
I la.b- i -..iiii' \ l-'l.irul.i
By i: li RICE, IR
ill i '.mi i s.ali Depul "lerk
I M 1-u-is
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ibat
the undei signed, deali Ins.......
i.u ineas undi i the I ante of
s. B IRBECCE, at 250 Opa Locka
lihd i i|,a l^ocka, Intend to ri
i i ii nil.- with the i lerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I i.-i.i. County, Florida.
CHARLES T BROWN
ETHEL M BRl IWN
HENRY NORTON
Attoi n.v for Applli anta
mil Seybold Bide.
2/4-11 -is-:1",
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176320
EMM AI.ITA ELIZABETH KOCCR,
Plaintiff,
\ a,
JOSEPH K'i.cii: |.. f. i
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH Kni'l P.
Si Holly Street
Alll.ili n. \. w Y..I k
You. Joseph Ko.-iii. ai.- hereby notified
iii.H a Bill ..f Complain) foi Divorce
h.i. been filed agnlnst you, and you
are i equlred to serve a co
Answei "i Pleading to the Bill "f Com-
plaint mi Ihe plaintiff* Attorney, REN
ESSEN, l-:-i| I ill Heybold Bldr., Mi-
ami, Floi i.i.i. ami file i he
Answer or Pleading In the ..fli. ..:'
the Clerk of the Circuit Conn on or
Ith da) of Man h, 19 11
you fall to .I., bo, Judgmi ni by < li
will be taken agalnsl you ror the relief
demanded In the Rill Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED ..i Miami.
Florida, this 2ml day of 1-Vbni.n \,
AD. I
i: n LBATHERMAN.
i 'I- rk. i ';r< ill i '..nil.
I aiie i 'ounty, l*"i.-: Ida
By Joan COI'RNOYER,
ill ecu i Beal) i '.-I' itj i'.- i k
BEN ESSEN
All..in.\ f..i Plaintiff
p.i I Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
:"i-n -'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 175942
ALFRED H. MUSS, plaintiff,
vs.
ESTHER M. MOSS, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
rOU", ESTHER M. MOSS, address
unknown, are heiel.v i equlred to serve
a OOpy Of your Answer to a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's
Attorney. RoilKRT .1 LEWIS! in. 701
l'.iscuyne lliilldlng. Miami, Florida, and
file the original With the Clerk of the
above atyted Court, on or before the
2Sth day of February or a default will
be entered against you.
DATED al Miami, Florida, this 20th
day of Janii.it \. 1155.
E P. LEATH8RMAN,
clerk. I'lrcult Court
B) WM w stockrNa
Deputy ci.-ik
1/2S I/l-ll-m________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT1 OP THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No 176329
BERYL I> WOHLPARTH, Plaintiff
\ I
A I.PERT .1 WOHLPARTH.
11. f.-ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ALBERT .1 WOHLPARTH
P I log 41
Cobleskill. New York
You an- hereby notified thai a Rill
Of Complaint for liiyoic. has I..-, n
filed agalnat \<>u and you are required
to aerVe cony <>f your Anawer i" the
Bill of Complaint upon the Plaintiffs
Attorney, Irwlh 8 Futerfaa, Sun. (ol
Terminal Building, Coral Gablea, Dade
County, Florida, and file th.- original
in the "ffi.....i the Clerk of the Circuit
on or before the 7th day or March,
per,, otherwise the Complaint for Di-
vorce heretofore fll.-.l herein will be
taken ., onfeaaed b] > ..u
Dated al Coral Gablea, Dade Countv.
Florida, tins 2nd da) ..f February, 1955.
E. B LBATHERMAN,
i "lei k of Ihe Circuit Can t
B) WM W STOCKING,
I >eput) clerk
2/4-11-1S-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
1. Ineas undei the flctltloua name of
COMMERCIAL l..\NHSC\ PEP.s. il
Hi SI Miami Reach. Intend to
i -ii.1 name with the Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dads County,
Florida.
SIDNEY TELLER
ANTON M, KRONENBPRG
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorne) f"i Applicants
I0M Becurlt) itldg.
2/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HHOREWOOD AI'TS. at
South shore Drive, Miami Beaoh, l-'ior
Ida, intend t" register said name with
the ci.rk of the circuit c.,uri ..r Dade
* 'i.uiii I c.ri.la
SAM I BELSKY
ELSIE s BELSKY
ARONOV1TZ, AllnXiiVITZ A- CAIDIN
Attorneys for Sam .1 Belaky and
Elsie s Bi
2/4-11-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PAUL'S cities SERVICE STATION,
al HOI N W tnd Avenue. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JAMES R. MACE10071
RI IBBRT l LBWIBON, ESQ.
Attorne) for James R. Mace
1 .". '_' 1-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176160
DOROTHY M. WHITE, Plaintiff.
\ s.
EARLE It. WHITE, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EARLE It WHITE,
:il Ridge Avenue,
Paganlr. New Js
You are hereby notified thai
. I i 'omplalnl for I i\ orce bai been
fill i i i; -i Insl you, and > ou at i re-
quired i" ser\*e a copj of mn Answer
in Pleading to the Hill of Coi
on the plainiiff's Attorneys, MYERK
HEIMAN A- KAPLAN, 650 Sevbold
Hulldlng, Miami. Plortda, and file ihe
I Answer or Pleading in the
of..... of ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the Tib day ol Mat h,
1(51. If you fail to d...... Judgment
in .i.-fault will be taken agnlnal you
for the r.-iief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN
,l>o.\E AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, this nth day of January.
A.D. 1955
E 1!. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By M. ''. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clert
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
:,(! Sells.1.1 Hulldlng. Miami. Florida
2/4-11-18-2..
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 1771
RE- ESTATE OP
ISAAC ROSKNCARTKN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N( iTICE ls hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge a- Exe.Mit.ir of the
estate of ISAAC ROSEN- iARTEN. de-
ceased; and that on the 7th day of
March, l"'-''. I wl" apple to the Hon-
orable W. r. RI. ANTON. I'ounty
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
appioyul of said final re|K.ri and for
final discharge ai Exe. -utor of the
Bauu of isaac p.iisi:m:artkn.
deceased
This 31st dav of January. I}.
CHARLES ROSBNGARTE!
AAltoN M KANNER
Attorney for Charles Rosengart.n
2/4-11-16-J3___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage in
i under the rictltloua name GR VN v I. \ BAR .^ GRILL, ..t 222
N W. :,tb HI intends to register saM
name Ith the 'lei k of the Cli
i 'oin i of I lade i 'ouiiii. Florida
ELMi i II Ml 'RALES. i) nei
KESSLER \- GARS
Attorne) i fdi \ pplh anl
1782 W El
2/11-16-25 :t 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176479
HOMER R HAMILTON, sr .
Plaintiff,
vs.
p c >>\[ M'.i'i:. a k a
PAl'L C. SCH
I AND ALSO ALL I SKNOWN
PERSONS, HEIRS. DEVISEES,
GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES',
I.I l-.'NiiRS. i REDITOR.S, TRUSTEES
i IR INY OTHER CLAIMANTS,
CLAIMING BI THRI II OH,
L'NI lEH i III AGAI SST ANY I IP
THE ABOVE NAMED
DEPENDANTS WIN I M \ V
DEAD AND NOT KNOWN To
BE DEAD i iR ALIVE,
AND also M.I. L'NKNl IWN
PERSONS, PARTIES, I -A I M ANTS.
AND DEFENDANTS HAVING
OR ci.aiMini; in HAVE ANY
RIGHT, TITLE < >lt INTEREST
IN ..u in THE PRi IPERTY
INVOLVED IN THIS c.MSE AND
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED.
I i, fend.nils.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: P '' BCHAEDE,
a k a PAl'L .' BCHAEDE,
A.hir.ss unknon n.
AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PER-
SONS, HEIRS DEVIKEE8, GRAN-
TEES, ASSIGNEES, MENORS,
CREDITORS, TRCSTEE8 nil ANY
OTHER claim \\T.- il. 'l.MlNti
HY, THROUGH, I'NDER OR
AGAINST ANY Ol THE ABOVE
NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO MAY
HE DEAD AND Not KNOWN TO
HE DEAD OB ALIVE,
AMI ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PER-
SONS PARTIES, CLAIMANTS
\.N|i DEPENDANTS HAVING oR
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE
ok INTEREST IN nil TO THE
PROPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS
CAUSE AND HEREINAFTER DE-
SCRIBED:
VHl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file with in.- ci.-ik of the above styled
Court at Miami. Had.- County. Flor-
ida, on or before the I4th daj of
March, Is."..'., your written pleadings to
an action to quiet and confirm title to,
and for removal of Hen from the fol-
lowing described property, and other
rei'-ract ;:. of FLORIDA FK1IT
LAND CO.'8 subdivision. In Sec-
tion 23. Township ::! South. Range
40 East, containing in acres more
or less, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Hook I,
at Page 7 of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida;
as above styled, and to serve a copy
thereof within the time set forth
above, upon S Hlalr Rons, Attorney
for Plaintiff. 12*7 Blocayne Hldgr. Mi-
ami. Florida, in default of which a
lecree I To Confesso may lie entered
against you
Hai.-d at Miami. Dsde County. H.n-
ida, this 8th day of February. A.D..
E H. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Li .Ii iAN COI'RNOYER.
Deputy Clerk
l/Il-lg-H 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
| business under the fictitious name of
MAROO'S BEAUTY BALON, at 1*151
W. Dixie Highway. Intends i" register
said name with the Clerk of the Cll
Bull Court of Hade County. Florida
MARGI' DUDLEY, Is
iin z 4-n-ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAfHE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
buslneas undei the fictitious nami
SLOPPY JOB'S, nt 2i" Baal Flagler
l. Miami. Florida, int.lids to reg
later said name with the Clerk of tha
dt Cult of Dade County, Florida
ESTHER SILVERMAN, iwner
AARON M KANNER
Attorney for Bethel Sllyerman
I js 2 i-ll-is
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business under the fictitious name of
RAH TAVERN, at 5017 N W. t2nd
Avenue, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
li.ole County. Florida
Itl'TH M. WEISS (Sole Owner)
HENRY M' CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
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Cortf or Kuieviliky f Offkiffte
At Knestth Israel Services
i irt..r Davtf I -- -kT. worid
lOC I I -.-: mano-
K, Brooklyn. NV iU be gaest
Cantor at Kn*- nd trill officiate at Fnday
-g and marmimt
service-. Feb B a:
The cantor will present a con-
kwtsa i
Feb 2< ae* o*
Jewjh Mui:c
Pol "-: -'
famous brothe-
career M
en wber. b<
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Last
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Annual Luncheon
On Beach Thursday
TODAY. FEBRUARY ., ,..
'" 'hildren
div noon Feb 17. it the Algiers
hotel, according to chairman Mrs.
Sara Holland
Proceeds of the affair are shared
A big heart for a small one >he &u.a and HwTy iIo|iand
,e theme of 14* S~JJ (or chlldr- with Rheu-
Sprout Lake Camp fo
Verbank. New York
Among those aautin2 a arra
ing for the annual luncheon 3
Mrs. Rhoda Levine. Mrs
Bcatnc,
Silver Sacked chc "^
:::_:. 3* K -
topped by a importad :
mere b '"" by
Aze- s < in re. at
ADL Program Held
By North Shore Chapter
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GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
|M1C tim* AvT
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BPOTHERHOC: S?ZZTIMG8
CUWWn m4 1AFTAI
Sunoco
Service
4M S.W. It* STKET
MIAMI, nottti
rkMt 1-1M*
trthrfcW Crect'Hf]
TO ALL
H. A. Vivian
REALTOR
' Over 23 fea't In Miami"
Now in New Location:
1681-1683 N.E. 123rd Street
North Miami
Phone 844)261
Cancer Society
Bridge Tourney
Slated Sunday
i
. .. _

Feb
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L'nit

red to be
ted to pay
an extra fee for the privilege. In-
r are member-
a."
are I I
B
St.-
rook
i Jeff
the
: -
t Bndge
Tbo-e Bittee
Mn Lye 11 include V. :..:>
a Zedtwitz, Gore* Mrs
Mr- M B Parks
Mr- Te-Mie Stasko, tournament
tor. will be assuted b> Leland
Fere-
Goodman Gets First
Lieutenant Commission
ha^ received
his eoanuaaoe as first lieutenant
- --.- .'- .- A". A graduate of Miami High
School. Caodaaa attended the Uni-
v,u and graduated
MM cum laud* from the I'ni-
: Miami Law School last
Jaw
He Hf i-.d Mrs
Harry Goodman. 1450 S'W 1st st.
Miami, and was associated with
Jack Abbot prior to his entering
service where he is now receiving
bask training at Ft Benning. Ga
If you really believe in the
brotherhood of man. and you want
to come into its fold, you've got to
let everyone else in too.
* Oscar Hammerstein II
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC .
TRAIL PONTIAC, INC.
665 S. W. 8th Street Paon. 0.457a,

- *
GEE, DAD!
MY PASSBOOK
IS LIKE YOURS
ROLD SON WITH HIS CHASE FEDERAL PASSBOOK; proud father
who made it possible. They're more thao pals now... they're
partners in the Chase Federal Savings which is owned by all of its
members, and where each account is insured to $10,000.
Dad recalls (and it seems not so long ago!) when his father opened
a savings account for him. And as be grew, the savings account
grew in principal plus dividends...paying his way through college,
opening the doors to a career and the good things of life.
Fortunate, indeed, is the boy or girl who learns early in life the
practical lessons of systematic thriftthrough a Chase Federal
Savings Book that is just like dad's! It's so easy to open a savings
account, with any amount.
Current Dividend Rate
//>
er annum
STABILITY AND EARNING* ATTESTED V 4 CONSECUTIVE DIVIDENDS
FEIEI11 MIIVI.V
AND LOAN
WO LINCOLN ROAD 7474 COLLINS AVI.
ASSOCIATION
JSSf,
J? 2S 4ht STRUT, MIAMI MACH
SEE TAVORITE STORY" STARRING ADOLPH MENJOU
HOWDAY 9:M rA, MfTVi CNANNfi 4


itJliewiislbJEIliOifiidlilQun
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955
SEC. C
Louis Lipsky, dean of American- Zionists, is flanked by Pro-
fessor Sol Spiegelman, Chicago (left), and Professor Herbert
Morawetz, Brooklyn (right), winners of the Lipsky Exchange
Fellowship. The American scientists will be working with Is-
li scientists at the Institute at Rehovoth.

Adams to Headline
Golf Tournament at
Westview March 6
I A "Combined Jewish Appeal Spec-
tacular" in the form of a golf tour-
, nament and dinner dance, is being
j planned at Westview Country Club
, on Sunday. March 6, according to
Sam J. Heiman, general campaign
| chairman. John Serbin will be
chairman of the social event in
' behalf of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Headlining the program of entcr-
,tainment and fun will be Joey
j Adams, noted entertainer and
j radio and television quiimaster.
Adams is known from coast to
(coast as the head of the television
quiz show, "Back That Fact," and
has Tecently returned from a visit
Mayor Proclaims
Junior Hadassah
Week Feb. 13-20
Fashion show was held in the
Rubiayat room of the Algiers hotel
on Thursday to mark Junior Ha-
dassah Week, Feb. 13 to 20.
The celebration was launched
with an official proclamation by
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro, who declared that "these
young American Kirls maintain and
support the Children's Village of
Meier Shfeyah in Israel, contrib-
ute generously to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and supply students
at the Henrietta Szold School of
Nursing with books, records and
recreational equipment."
Services will be held Friday eve-
ning at Temple Emanu-El, with
spiritual leader Rabbi Irving Lehr-
I man devoting the service to Jun-
ior Hadassah Week. Saturday eve-
ning, the young women's Zionist
organization will hold a social at
the home of Miss Dotty Elowitz,
808 Mariana, Coral Gables. g
Climax will be a cocktail and
card party on Sunday afternoon at
the home of Miss Arlenc Foster,
2220 SW 13th st.. Miami. In charge
of information is Miss Claire Sch-
wartzman.
Hn. Sol Silvrman
iged Home Plans
tervice Program
Some 500 members of the Jew-
sh Home for the Aged Auxiliary
kill salute itic community service
prourams ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Kederatiom at a meeting
auesday noon. Feb. 22, at the Al-
giers hotel
According to Auxiliary president
Mr- Sol Silverman. guest speaker
vill be Hi Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
pxecutivi director of Federation.
S'ipw in ii. 17th year, Federation is
cnniiir.inity planning organiza-
fimm. comprised of some 60 groups,
which ues and plans for com-
Imuna! and human needs in this
I
Mr-. Louis Makovsky is in charge
I'M I he i : .urn and has announced
|'h..t sun.i Andre, coloratura so-
Iprano m, has recently appeared
|in com i work in New York CHy,
Iwill headline the musical program.
Cantor Joseph Malek. Miami Beach
attorney who has participated in
religious and musical circles for
main years in this area, will offer
|canton I elections. Hy Fried will
accompany on the piano.
CPA's Pass Examinations;
23 Named at Orlando
Certified public accountant ex-
aminations have been passed by 28
candidates. Charles C. Colley, Jr.,
Orlando, chairman of the state
board of accountancy, announced
Monday.
COlley said 64 others had suc-
ly passed two or more parts
of the examination and will be
eligible for extended examinations.
Candidates who successfully
Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach proclaims Feb. 13 to
20 as Junior Hadassah Week. Looking on (left to right) are
Ruthe Dixon, membership chairman, and Ona Lowe, vice
president of Junior Hadassah.
to Israel with his wife, singer Cin-j passed the examinations include:
dy Heller.
While in Israel, they were re-
ceived by David Ben-Gurion, then
Prime Minister. Adams is author
of the autobiography, "From Gags
to Riches." The success of this vol-
Miami BeachYolande L. Selik;
MiamiThomas L. Thompson. By-
ran Zalph. Herschel Rosenthal,
Herbert Buchwald. Alfred Groden,
Franz Allina, Nathan Carson, Her-
bert L. Burg. Victor G. Trivett,
Lester Feuer.
Successful candidates whose
CPA certificates will be held pend-
ing completion of experience re-
quirements include: Miami Beach
Saul Gmndwerg; MiamiRich-
ard J. Hirwich, Nicholas A. Crane,
Richard I. Goodman.
Jty Aimmi
Red Cross Drive Chairman,
Fund Drive Goal Revealed
Dade County individuals and
firms will be asked to contribute
$257,200 in the Red Cross annual
fund drive which begins March 1,
and John P. Evans, South Florida
manager for Southern Bell Tele-
phone Co., has been appointed gen-
eral chairman for the fund raising
campaign.
In accepting t h e fund drive
chairmanship, Evans cited the
many Red Cross services to resi-
dents of Dade County. The chap-
ter's Home Service Department ex-
tends aid to Dade County and
Greater Miami families in time of
disaster, to servicemen and their
families, and to veterans in time
of emergency.
Red Cross nursing services,
Burnett Roth Receives
Chamber of Commerce Award
Awards for outstanding service
to the handicapped was made Fri-
day by the Miami Chamber of Com-
merce committee on handicapped
placement.
Chamber of Commerce awards
went to Burnett Roth, Miami Beach
councilman, for being a spokes-
man for employment of handicap
ed before various committees and
civil service boards.
Harrison is Guest Speaker
T. Wade Harrison, counsel for
the United States Savings and
Loan I-eague and former chief
counsel for the Federal Home Loan
Bank, was speaker at the Febru-
ary dinner meeting of the Society
of Savings and Loan Comptrollers
Thursday in the Fontainebleau ho-
tel. Chairman was George W.
Hirsch, vice president and comp-
troller of Washington Federal Sav-
ings of Miami Beach, sponsor of
this month's meeting.
Permanent Beach Resident
Rev. Jacob Silverman is now a j
permanent Miami Beach resident
following 25 years as associate can-
tor of Shaare Zedek Congregation
in Detroit, Mich. Rev. Silverman
Blood Drive Opened
Post 677 of the Jewish War Vet-
erans is sponsoring a drive for
blood for different hospitals
throughout the area. The drive
will reside with his wife at 435 opened Sunday at Mt. Sinai Hospi-
20th st. tal.
New Judaea Group Formed
Newly organized "Ner Tamid"
Young Judaea Group, lead by
Frances Frome, is comprised of
girls from the age of ten to 12.
Announced this week was meeting
night on Tuesdays in a different
member's home each week.
Plea Local fund Drive
Greater Miami Chapter. National
Nephrosis Foundation, at a meet-
ing Thursday completed final plans
for the first fund drive of the
Nephrosis Foundation for the
month of March in the Greater Mi-
ami Area.
'* Sarfcfa
ume made the Damon, Runyon Me-
morial Fund richer by $165,000.
royalties which Adams ordered
turned over to the cancer research
organization.
He has followed his initial lit-
erary venture with a novel, "The
Curtain Never Falls."
According to Serbin. confirma-1 Evans pointed out, teaches home
tion was received last week that jcare 0f the sick and instructs moth-
such world-renowned pros as Sam i ers and 0,hers ^Iter infant
^jrJFSz.asi,fz\-'- ""-" ***'""""" ";
Westview to participate in the golf other activities, trains seres of
tournament. Nurses' aides who assist registered
A cocktail party and dinner dance nurses in this area's crowded hos-
will climax the full day program. pj(ab;
Stanley C. Myers, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
will join other Westview members
serving on the arrangements com-
mittee, according to Serbin. The
planning group met at the home of
Serbin last week to iron out final
details of the unique all day event.
Serving with Serbin as members
of a committee are FrejJ Lewis, Al
Goldbach, Ross Sobel, Miles Schla-
pik, Jr., Lou Winters and Herbert
Tenenbom.
Annual Donor luncheon Due
Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center will hold an annual
donor luncheon on Tuesday noon,
Feb. 22, at the Columbus hotel.
Mrs Sam Goodman is chairman.
Mrs. Joseph Milton is co-chairman,
with Mrs. Al Reich in charge of en-
tertainment.
This poster announces the dates of the 11th annual celebration
of Jewish Music' Festival, which is being marked over the
country by hundreds of Jewish organizations from February
5 to March 5 under the auspices of the National Jewish Welfare
Board. The Festival this year is dedicated to the American
Jewish Tercentenary.


PAGE 2C
.jenUrfhrkHar
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18
1955
Letters To The Editor
Editor. The J ndian:
I wa- happy to read about the
addition to Temple Israel of a new
religiou- school bnikting I
'he building that 1- to be named
The Colman A Zwitman Religious
School?"-
I travel throughout the State,
and whenever we talk about Rab-
bi-, hi- name
something he did or
he said which changed a tragedy
;nto a work of Cod.
Hi- name on that building will
not only please the many Jew- who
'.ored him so and contribu'ed
money to that building fund for hi-
name. but it will also please the
many non-Jews like Jack Bell who
will alway- remember him
Rabbi who left the comfort* of his
La Gorce dr home for a berth on
a battleship and the sweet sund-
>f hi- Temple organ for the bomt>-'
bellows to help save the world *:
live in.
I cant quite understand why hi
name was not mentioned in your
article.
C. BLAV
Editor. The Jewish Florid;:
Please consider thi- an appeal
for a "real good story'
hat will make us proud that our
'ocal newspaper- really h?lp their
ery organ iz.
The Goodwill Group of Greater
d by the State
oer 11. 1951
nee nave han-
"ed c
our
.id
and immedi-
rgency i*
bran *tt one. it
turn
ca-' .rger
isinessmen's Association
urks Ft.-sf Oirthda/
'

roan
I for the en
lade broadening the
t
'>eau-
f :ca"
inntu

27
with
g of the avenue in Ma*.
local welfare agencies, and we
- through :jl *e
do not let our can
the;
Goodw. welfare

rally, and invariably tr
receive-- prompt a-- vheth
food, medicine and
even a doctor, soine-
\ree Clot*
i when
-
;he are fur
-an a dect he l-
|a "ut and look for
,ct. Goodwill :
. bv a- help
a father, moth
st each ma> help the ot
The income of the Goodwill
Group is derived -ninal
membership c be
- proceed- from small
function- and >uch ot*
and an occasional T

or Federate r. we
would welcome souse for needy
n Goodwill c t* ui-
with each succeeding year
of it.- functioning. Onl> I
hearts of our "active member-hi#
and the ceaseless effort- of our
re workers keep 01
itn.r.jt an t >BSON
Zionists Pass Resolution
At Regional Conference
\3f\ \ Thi -h.pment of
been ex
d bj speaken
. ..
I whir!-
the United State-, with a
- hip totalling 750.000.
t. 400 delegate- tOm I
e area attended the South
, the
Miller, chairman oi (he,
Amer i. Ziom.t Council
iled Mrs Samuel,
\V H..:pr:r \ '
th.- Jew-
p i tine; Harry
nrman of the Com-
Israel -nn th- Middle I
Vganlsalion of I
rmer !
-er to j
- Wa-
nd Di Carl Her
in of the eJ
.. no hris-
'mmittee.
Jewish art exhibit opened at the Miami Beach Public Library
on Sunday and will remain for the entire month of February
Shown (left to right) are Joseph Duntov, chairman. Mrs. Morris
A. Skop and Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, speakers.
Sponsors Cord Party
A card party w,i- -pon-orcd by
the HoUie Kahaner Ladle- Auxil-
iary of the Hoatkello Park O
my even.-
Hasada Slates AHair
Hi Waldman's Hotel
lusada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will present
Ball"' on Sunday
Peb. 20 in the Jolson room
of Waldman's hotel.
r will be Sigmund Ber
1. B i. i t-_ cer i i MQj stylist. |
Proceed- of the affair, according I
to Jerry Miller, president of the
district, will be earmarked for!
Masada's local and overseas Zion-"
ist project p,
Assisting Miss Waldstem on thej
ball are Sam Soldinger, Martini I
Sanders. Sybil Kaplan Gloria
WaMman, Howard St-m and Lee I
Brody.
Legal Fraternity Officers
Honored at Social
No Beta Epsiloa legal frafc
'< th- I Iiami Law
Scho' ting al the
Candle Light Inn. Coconut Grove.
I tly.
Honored were new officers of
the fraternity They inclu'i.
ban Newn dent: Meyer M
Brilliant, vice president; Paul
Grand, treasurer: Charlotte Frank.
" cor rotary ; Barbara
Behwa
Earle V Rifas, publicity director:
and Elliot Serota. sergeant-at-arms.
Gets Chamber Award
Bu- Driver Joseph D. Dunahue
been named Award
winner of the week by the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce, ac
cording to Leo Ki-en-tein. Court-
esy Committee chairman Donahue,
a driver for Miami Beach Railway
Bus Co.. was nominated by former
ebool teacher Miss Doris Green
842 Meridian ave.
The spontaneous feeling of broth-
erhood is a mark of human matur-
ity.
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Synagogue Deve/opweirr
Third m series of lectures on
I basic Judaism will be delivered by
Rabbi Abraham Herson, Tifereth
Israel Wth.side Center spiritual
leader nn Monday evening. Feb.
21 Habbi Herson will discuss "The
Historic Development of the Syna-
gogue "___________________
First Membership Affair
Newly formed West Miami Bnai
Brith Women's Club held its first
membership affair in the form of a
"Sign the Charter Tea" on Thurs-
day at the home of Vivian Sin-
; clair. 5930 SW 16th st.
Gables City Council Fills Nine Vacancies
u Th,*Coral Gab,es C'ty council Hollis Rinehart, Oscar Miller, Mrs.
has filled nine vacancies on three
H. L. Gregory and Bob S. Stevens.
Howe E. Moredock, Jr., was nam-
city advisory boards.
Seven persons were named to the (
recreational advisory board. Thev j .u u j
were Herbert Blume, Mrs. P. M ed t0 ,he ** tnal bard and J,m
Jenkins. Dr. Robert Thompson, McCaughan to the parking board
Elected President
At the annual meeting of the
Florida Chapter of the Association
Of Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion Practitioners held last week
in the Columbus hotel, Kurt Wel-
lisch was elected vice chairman of
the regional chapter.
PHOTO V CCM SONMNFCcD
First glimpse of
This is their first glimpse "of freedom ... most
wonderful of moments.
,They have come to Israel the way America's
settlers came-to put fear, hunger, and homeless-
ness behind them. They have come to find liberty,
opportunity, and a chance to live in peace.'"
You share this moment with them ... for your
support of the United Jewish Appeal helped make
it happen.
But today, there are those who still wait in
lands of darkness and despair. They, too, yearn
for the day they can stand on the deck of a ship in
Haifa Bay, or look from the window of a rescue
plane, showing freedom to their children.
This year many more men, women and chil-
dren must be aided to reach this land of hope.
You can help-by giving to UJA. Through UJA you
can "help also in the building of new homes, new
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i, ,
GLOBAL SHORTS
Church Council Condemns
Race Prejudice as Sin
CHICAGO iJTA>The NV
Council of the Churches of Christ
in the United State* condemned
race prejudice a* a "sin" in a mes-
safe last weekand to its 35.000-
000 member- in various Protestant
ninational churches The de-
ation of racism .
ed in a Brotherhood Month me>-
to be read froa
in the 147.000
churche.-
Polke Investigate Shooting
In Egyptian Consul Offices
NEW YORK JTA Federal and
local police were continuing their
into the firing of
four shots into the office> of the
-jlate in New York
i>t noon la-t week The
unoccupied at the time and
no one a- injured Additional
guard- ha\e beer. I the
ate by the police
r* i
Resolution Urges Communities
To Examine Multiple Appeals
>olu-
tbe comn
: rthrighl the problem
growth of multiple
appeals so th! n may-
be taken wherever possible to
: :edera-
and well. entral
fund rai-ing. financing and com-
it> planning instnuu
ted here last week i the Weal
r.ference of the
I
Goldmann Fears Extinction
Of Jewish Life in Soviet
PARIS WNS Fear thjt
- would disap
pear in t: I r.ion in thi>
ration, unless there was a mod-
jn of the present Soviet po!
icy toward Jewish life, was ex-
pressed la>t week by Dr Nahum
Goldmann president of the World
Congress, and other Jewish
leaders from vanous countries at
the closine nfiiaa of the World
i Congre5s Executive here
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1936 SW 13th St.. local piano teacher, wan hostess at a recitalmusicJ
atured left to right, front row Sco!t Barnett. Sybil Sernaker. Claudia Kirshner Nikkj
Nedbor and Suzan Nedbor. Second row: Rochelle Herman. Sheila Meehan. Suzanne Bar-
r.ett, Joyce Gold. Warren Berney, Mrs. Robin. Estelle Russakoff. Back row are Estelle Robin
Susan Ellen Freedman, Carol Goldstein. Den a Goldstein and Doris Gold.
Resolution Calls for Change
In U.S. Immigration Laws
NEV -. A r
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-reeting of
Neo-Nazi Protest Against
Restitution Claims Broken Up
VIENNA W N > A neo-Nazi
protest meeting agair.>! Jewish re-
- was broken up
here la?t week by several hundred
h and nor.Jewi-h former in-
mates of Nazi concentration camps
who engaged the demonstrators in
-cuffles The dem-
Bsored by the
neo-Nazi League of Independents
and l been addressed by
dependent dep-
Schwartz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Schwartz, formerly of 233 SW 11th
a\e. will take place Sunday. Feb
20. 1:30 p m at Mt Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Alfred W'axman
officiating Mr. Schwartz i- -ur-
vived by hi- wife. Lucia. Arrange-
- are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company Friends and
relative- are a Dr. Lowdermilk Leaves to
Take Post ot Technion
irrr.-.a etas' expert on
_ .
'. aboard
p:ane to
eering Depan-
i: Technology
Uruguay Minister Flays
Hanging of Egyptian Jews
MONTEVIDEO JTADr Fructi-
Pittaluga jTi Foreign
Minister, revealed here that be had
ed to BOtkit authorization
It ~ hfa -t to intercede
he Egyp'-ian Government on
behalf of the Egyptian Jew- sen-
| pnor to the hasty-
execution of their sentence- How-
e-.er." added, "the execution- .
my regret, made the interc
a irjjot p- statement was
published in the official organ of
the Uruguayan Go\err.rr
Warren Austin for
Contribution to Freedom
bit: N y- WNSAt a
testur. en by the Vermont
". Council at the Synagogue
Center here lat week Warren R.
-rr.tr Arr.encan Ameri-
.rnbassador to the United Na-
tions- was lauded for his "out-
standing contribution to the
af freedom and democracy and
his 'glorious part in the historic
drama of the restoration of Is-
rael
Schmukler Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
' to .the memory of the late Louis
Schmukler. formerly of 2421 Pan-
dr. will take place Sunday.
Feb 20. 1 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating Mr. Schmukler i
vived by hi- wife. Beckey: three
Ned. Sam and Moran. all of
Miami: two -i-ter>. Mr- Jennie
Schenkel and Mrs Yetta Roberts:
and two brothers. Morris and Sam.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Stein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Albert
t Stein, formerly of 6760 SW 9th st..
! will take place Sunday. Feb. 20. 3
p.m at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Abraham Her son officiating.
Mr Stein is survived by his wife.
Rebecca: three sons. Martin, of Mi-
ami. Sidney, of Linden. N.J., and
Herman, of Clifton. N.J.; three
daughters. Mrs Lillian Slavin. of
Miami. Mrs Ethel Knapp. of West
Palm Beach, and Mrs. Evelyn
Luk-a. of Rockaway. N.Y.: and a
lister, Mrs Tillie Willen. of Brook-
lyn. NY Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
te es are asked to attend.
, Brotherhood Week i- ihe tt
to remember that our icmocn
; grew greet and strong bj the i
bined efforts of people of
| race, creed and color Let's keeatj
it greatin brotherli
Lionel Barrymort,
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Japanese Minister Arrives
To Take Post in Israel
J TEL AVIV Ns Shiniohi Ka-
mimura. the first Japanese Minis-
ter to Israel, arrived here this week
by a:r Mr Kamimura is also Min-
ister to Turkey with a residence in
Ankara.
Gottesman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late William
Gottesman. formerly of 995 Bay
dr. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. Feb. 20. 2 p.m.. at Mt.
Sinia Memorial Park Cemetery.
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
ciating. Mr. Gottesman is survived
;by his wife. Rena. one daughter.
Mrs. B Perry, and one brother.
Sam G. all of Philadelphia. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Thur-
mond Monument Company. Friends
ana relatives are asked to attend.
RELIEF
wMfe
The way Ihouvandi of
physicians and dentitti rei
HfJtf'S WHY Anacm like a doctor s
prescription. Thai u. Anoon cuntaoM "'
jutt one bvf o combination of fnodnoll/
proved oc'i*t ingredients. No other prod-
uct gcet latter, longer loii.ng relief frore
pain of heodoche, neuritis, neurolgia
than Anoon Tablets. .f Anoon* lodo/l
An Hebrew and Emli.h iittf
fram 1M1 to IMS. All JtM
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MilhHi te. eead ear leaden !
dUi of Uwa faaseu* *-f* Itttree-
Exlbk Cekadar ilMrai t Im
epr. wrtta a pan-awd or letter W\
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CO., De.t n
.Pfc .
, Zionist Regional Conference
Condemns Shipment of Arms
7I.ANTA JTAThe shipment
of a r m s I v,r.
". .r.ued hostility to I-
rael hi '^en ex-
I by the execution of two
BD Cairo. rined by
-SP re at the fini
r.al conference of
the Asm Council
New Rabbinic Seminary
Reported Open in Turkey
ISTANBUL WNS For the
first time since the establishment
of the Turkish Republic a rabbini-
cal seminary was opened here The
school, which is recognized by the
Turkish Government, is located at
Ha.-koy a nearby suburb which
te of the old seminary'
century ago Rabbi David Os-
seo. secretary to the Turki-h Chief
Rabbi, has been named director of
the seminary
let's go I to the Races!
Rabbinical Council Tells
Plans to Establish Kehillah'
LAKKWOOD N.t WNSThe
binical Council of America,
consisting of 600 Orthodox rabbi-
he United States and Canada.
I junced plan<
' Kthillah." a central authoritative
religious body for the three mil-
l Orthodox Jews in America In
atement announcing the deci-
- Rabbi David B. Hollander, na-
A president, said 'At the out-
set the Kehillah will concern itself
with six basic areasmarriage and
divorce, a national Beth Din (court
of law), supervision of dietary
laws, supervision of undertaking es-
tablishments, control and supervi- i
eion of Jewish religious practices j
such as circumcision and a set-up
of maximum standards for Jewish i
education.
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Christopher Fry Play Due
Next presentation of the Univer-
sity of Miami Ring Theater will be
'The Lady's Not for Burning."
Written by Christopher Fry. the
15th century romantic comedy will
be directed by E. F. Menerth. The
play will run from Feb. 22 to
March 5.
V
lak
ing plans for the next affair of the Ball 4 Chain, Miami
bung Married ZOA District, are (left to right) Mrs. Joe Linden-
aum, Al Finkelstein, Mrs. Daniel Grossman, (standing) Gil
lappaport and Harvey Sootin. The district will present a
Cupid Caper" evening on Saturday, Feb. 19, in the banquet
11 of the Coral Gables Center.
lontract Signed With Local
Vrm for Seville Hotel
(Irving Kipnis, president of the
tosby Corporation, has awarded
largest structural steel contract
i local iirm. the Ludman Steel
bmpany <>f Miami, headed by
pbert P. Ludwig. president, for
i, Seville hotel. "Miami Beach's
itel of the Year 1956." the $8,-
0.000. 15-storjr, all-steel con-
ructed skyscraper being built on
ii Grossinger-Paneeast site.
Kipnis signed the contract with
irlej Delph. vice president and I
literal manager of Ludman Steel j
bmpany. who has handled many
the larger steel jobs in the area [
ch as the Ainsley Building, Lud-1
Bn Corporation Plant, Adams
gineering Plant. Copa City, Sea
i\\ hotel, the Miami Beacn Audi-
hum and many others.
[The Seville hotel, to open De-
nber, 1955, will reportedly be
largest all-steel constructed ho-
rn .Miami Beach, containing 300
urns. Architect for the Seville is
Ivin Grossman.
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Personally Speaking *
Mr and Mrs Max Singer and
their aba, Giurah. of Israel, are
visiting Hrs. Singer's nieces. Mrs
B. Kelemer. Mrs J B. Gordon and
Mrs. Anne Rabinowitz. They will
remain in Miami for two weeks
before returning to Jerusalem.
b & si-
Mr. and Mrs William I. Fox.
owners of the Polan Katz Umbrella
Co., Baltimore. Md.. are at
the Sterling hotel for a few weeks

Mrs. Rachel hfendelowits, <>t
Bn oklyn, NY ares entertained at
dinner la.-t Wednesday evening at
the home of Rev and Mrs Morn~
i r, 4553 North Baj rd.
Grand Rabbi
ol Brooklyn, N Y spiritual
of Coi
now spending his winti i
;it 711 Lenox ave. Know': ..- (be
ier Rebbe," hi
work- on Shafts and i> a de-
stendant of the Bal Shemtov. Rab-
bi Rabinowitz ither-in-law
ibbi P. Bri>kn;an. Professor of
Talmud at Yeshiva Torah \"odaath.
Mrs. S.,r.,h C. Budlow. of the
urned
after spending .; month in
nore. Md While there, -he
attended the wedding of her niece.
Miss Beverly Baker, and w.,- ..
at the Lord Baltimore hotel.
Mr. and Mr- Harry Bronfman,
..ram's
:ng at the
\ -'_s with them
Brook-
N Y import) rs ami wholesale
Brooklyn Jewish leader- Murray
Rabinowitz and Mr- Gussfe Roth-
1 man are guests at Waldman- hotel.
Rabinowitl i- president of the Rem-
van Lodge ol B'nai B'nth. vice
president of Congregation Beth Is-
ind Zionist District 124 Both
Mr. and Mr- RabinowitI are com-
mittee members of the Brooklyn
Israel Bond drive Mr- Rothman
l- president of the I.adio- Talmud
Torah Society, organiser and hon-
orary rice president of a Brooklyn
Mizrachi chapter, honoran \ ice
president of the Eastern District
maternity ho.pital and vice presi-
dent of Yeshiva Torah Vodaat.
Prominenl Cleveland Jewish lead-
elzer i- vacationing
at th> Iraietaer i-
lent of i
Road the local B'nai
B'rith lodge, a number ol the
Clew f Syt
and the Tempi. Mi I Club.
Mrs Leon H returned
from Kingston. \ Y where -he at-
tended the bri- ol her grandson,
EUiol : : Dr. and Mr- War-
ren J Su--in
Vacationing at Waldman- hotel
are prominent Canadian Jewish
leaders Mr and Mr- Joel Stern-
thai, ol Montreal Mr Stcrnthal 1-
president of Adath I-rael Congre-
gation, a national director of Yesh-
iva Universit) and vice chairman
of the Albert Einstein Medical Col-
lege. Mr- stcrnthal 1- \uc presi-
dent of the Adath Israel Sister
hood
Alan Mark Horn
There's a new baby son for
Rhona and Bud Hi- name 1- Alan Mark, and he ar-
rived at Sinai Hospital. Baltimore.
Md on Pah 1 Mr- Darison 1- the
former Rhona Olson, ol Baltimore,
and Bud parents are Kitty and
Carl Darison, 905 16th -t Miami
Beach
raDAYjgmjABV 1B
Bobsons Celebrate
25th Anniversary
Mr and Mrs Louil Boh-on will
celebrate their 25th anniversary
un Sunda) afternoon, Feb 20. at
their home. 5110 NW 2nd >l To
help them mark the occasion, their
daughter, Mi- Lee Benjamin, will
arrive from S( Petersburg and
also their -on. Arnold, from FSU
at Tallahassj 1 A sister, Mrs. Belle
Cantor, and Ml RosatlSWeig
will arrive from New Yerk Open
hou-e will be held for friendl
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>teran of Israel War to Speak Here
residents of North Miami Beach
\ ,ttend a community rally and
LTfast in behalf of the Com-
1,1 lewish Appeal on Sunday
. Feb. 20, at Grandma's
Chrn 163rd and Collins ave.
bairman of the North Miami
U Initial Gifts Division. Ber
l(| Koloff, has announced that
Eh \uDonald, young American
veteran of'the Is-
rael War of In-
I dependence, will
be principal
-peaker.
31*" fM McDonald vol-
unteered in the
-irufflle 4Ht Jew-
i. | in 1947 and, co-
>pcratinj* 'with
JHaganah, helped
bring homeless
'Jews from Eur-
iugh McDonald ope to Palestine.
ler in its combat forces he saw
(iMii against the Arab invaders.
ili Donald served as a crew mem-
of the "illegal" refugee ship.
ktikvah," which ran the British
bkade of the Holy Land. In the
Jurse of numerous trips, he
ped transport 1,500 displaced
ts to Israel. Captured on one of
be voyages by the British au-
Hlies, McDonald was jailed and
prisoned on Cyprus for three
nlh-
\r\e Combined Jewish Appeal
entering its fifth week has
5.000 to go to achieve its 1955
C.c.ttlieb. Jean C, Lehman, Donald
| Murray, A. Frank Welling. Other*
ving will be Mesdame< David
I Bass, Leonard Beldner, Morria Co-
jhen, Joseph Duntov, Leonard G.
jEgert. Meyer Eggnatz, Irving Ger
stenfeld, George A. Graham, Al-
bert A. Green. Daniel Neal Heller,
Harvey Herman. Sarah Holland!
Max Jacobean, l.con Kaplan, Dan-
iel Kindler, David Kirsh, Sidney
I.efcourt, Laurence Leveneon, Na-
lUutniel If. Levin, A. Herbert
I Mathcs, Aaron Newman, Harry
I Platolf, Harold Rand. Alexander
Bobbins. Donald F. Rubin, Henry
[Seitlin, Harry Seligman, Morris A.
>I>. Paul Sobel. Joseph Spitzer.
| Bernard A. Storlln*. Nat Wald-
zSOZS? War'ShaW a"d Harfy' RP.resen,a,ives of building, insurance and investments groups are guests of campaign vice
___!_________________chairman Leo Ackerman (seated center) at cocktail party in behalf of the Combined Jewish
/>|l IT I t mi Appeal. Accepting assignments in their professional group are seated (left to right) M. J.
I*JA 11 flOCS MOntn KPev,ow,,zi; Abe Kurman, Leo Ackerman. Norm an Giller and Henry Nelson. Standing (left to
right) are Stanley C. Myers. Bill Groner. Sam J. Heiman. Ed Lei'tner. Al Sandier. William Edel-
man, Leo Hohauser and Ed Jlein.
(cDonald will also be principal
Bkcr it The Event of the Year"
cheon sponsored by the Worn-
Division <>f the Combined
-ii Appeal
the adventurous soldier and
fid traveler will appear on Mon-
lon, Feb. 21, at the Beef
Bird restaurant.
|r- Mi Feingold, chairman of
fund raising event, has an-
heed lhat a record turnout is
i lo hear the addrc--- by
onald.
mmittee assisting Mrs.
fcgold with arrangements will
lide the Mcmlames Charles E.
Lists Co-Chairmen
In Fund Campaign
February has been proclaimed
"CJA Trades Month" by general
campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman.
Vice chairmen of the Combined
Jewish Appeal John Serbin, Leo
Chaikin, Leo Ackerman and Aaron
Kravitz have been at work the past
few weeks making 'final appoint-
ments of trades and professions
leadership.
Over-all chairman of Professions
and Manufacturing is John Serbin,
who this week announced the fol-
lowing -appointments:
PHYSICIANS Mi..n i, ,n David
Klrwli. I .,,!,, In I,,.,, i.. > In
I 'E.VTISTH M .i ml, I 1
ham; \i unl Bea. h. IJr. II. rman
K Merhlowtts
LAWYERS Miami, I.. on A Kp-
i'-i'i. '' n Hi Zukemk-K.
IM'NTANTH: Miami, Joseph A.
i'..r
iik.m.tii RBBVICBS: Miami co-
i ihi1.1 in.hi. Hi Morns A. Klelnman:
' h com halrmen, l ir r
i nil i >r Jonaths n H H i
OPTICIANS A.- OPTOMETRISTS
Miami ro-chal man I ir Murray Miller,
Beckw :u an i I >r tfcnanuel
Pushkin: Miami li.-arh. Waller Voll-
WELFARE BERVK'BH. prof.
\\ elhyr
Rabbi Samuel M. .Ma.lii.i. ro-
ttalrman
MANUFACTURING: l-e aimkiriM.
Tavern Proprietors Group confer with Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign vice chairman
Leo Chaikin (seated right) and pledge their par ticipation in the annual drive. Shown seated
(left to right) are Joe Marcus, Jay Weiss, co-chair man. Al Goldman, co-chairman, Leo Chaikin.
campaign vice chairman. Standing are Sam O ber, Charles Toback, Murray Blane, Jack Krisel.
Max Zalkin, Ed Binder. Louis Kusnick and Irv ing Hyman.
-1
GIVE TO
COMBINED JEWISH API
IFECAMPAIGN-1955 61
XII III'
975 875,000.
825,000.
'QQJ,
^mpaign chairman Sam J. Heiman moves the CJA ther-
mometer past the $700,003 marks as Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
romen's Division chairman, indicates the 1955 goal. The
le' now past the halfway mark, began on Jan. 16 and is
pneduled to be completed within 90 days. Fifty-five health,
Nliare and relief agencies receive funds from CJA.
I I.i I'"" anil Philip II.
PAPER a W a BT E Mayer
S. Inva I/.
Chaikin. over-all chairman of the
Food and Services groups, has an-
nounced the following appoint-
ments:
DBL'OS .". SUNDRIES: s.mi QoM-
man.
HK)I>: I:. i nai >i R Btevi am, m trail
chairman: Ham Ha4anea, Maurlo
lauin an I ISmanuel J. bmlth, retail:
Aaron Welnkle, wholeaale Martin
I ml -Main i. Held, I-.....I Ian
and JoMeph Cohen, kuaher batchers
LIQt'OR Marvin Florman and
Howard Piwuas, wholeaale: \i Gold
man. bar ^ tavern; Ja) Weiss and
Marvin la-\ In,
AMl'SKMKNTlj taron !' .
Chris li.n,.
RKSTAl'RANT EQUIPMENT: Jer-
oin.- Ail. Iiiian.
BEAUTY a BARBER SUPPLIES
Chairman of the Finance and In-
vestments Units Leo Ackerman, re-
vealed the following appointments
in nil group:
Al:iMi'ri:i-rs \ irman M Oilier,
if. 11 \ in Km acn
Kill.I >ki:.- .\! I n I.I 1 -..! i r
M html Bei i h, N'orman a Arkln,
\'. i i :u SuHiman > ; i :. t liller
PLI MBERS it k s Mlntsei. Mar-
vin Mai ki Us and
Kl.Kl'Wfl.WI, liar..Ill f-' l<
I i.xa.v.: & i.".\ <- Howell :
R i i 11 Koi
i:\-.ks a i.w .-- r.MEXTS Miami.
in nd Ja) K -lak
i\.-i i: \wi: Ml iml, Bam B<
1:. a. '.. Al erl K NMip.
REAL EWT.VTE Miami, Win. II.
Oronei
a I'l'i iMi i riVK M ......i r- o h,
i' and R..... i Hoffman
Aaron Kravitz, chairman, and
William A. Weintraub, co-chairman
of the Retail Zones and Trades,
have announced the following ap-
pointments in their unit:
.Vri'I.IANiKS Miami l:.-.i. Ii. UUT)
Krlprlland.
PURNITCRE: William niadatone.
A father-and-son team prepare to enroll their services in be-
half of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Artie Kravitz (left) anc
his father, Jacob Kravitz, will work side by side in the Retail
Merchants Division which launched their solicitation program
throughout Dade County early this week. Artie Kravitz is
chairman of the Retail Merchants Divfsion in Miami and is also
a campaign vice chairman in charge of all shopping zone
councils.
JEWELRY \
vita.
PAINTS. (IIK.Mir.M..- I HAKIl-
il l.n...... wholeaale
William liihi.-, and Al Hberman, re-
tail
Daniel M. Broad, chairman of the
Miami Beach Apartment House Di-
vision, announced the following ap-
pointments
n l hjntov, Me) in. irv -
ina S. hui-nvan, Abe P'ranlcel,
..ml flai rj Nelson,
^d^LBhK ^ZH LiaiaBim siaiH
i^B r^M
^\^1 ^^m ^^^^L
^Paring to canvass merchants in the downtown Miami area
rinvT aeasone qnt) Abe Selteer, Dr. Harry Queen, Oscar Zeltser, Sam
LJudge Milton A. Friedman, chairman, and William
Members of "The Event of the Year" committee meet to plan an unusual luncheon in behalf
of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown at the home of chairman Mrs. Moe Feingold are seat-
ed (left to right) the Mesdames Morris Cohen. M orris Slcop, A. Frank Wellins, Jean Lehman,
Feingold, Samuel Simonhoff, Donald Murray a nd Irving Gerstenfeld. Rear are the Mesdames A
Bernard Sterling. Henry Seitlin, Max Jacobson, Leon Kaplan, Alexander Robbins. Donald J
Rubin, Harry Platoff, Albert A. Green and Lawr ence Levenson.



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Dear Boys and Girls:
On Monday. Fob. 7. Jew- every-
where celebrated an interesting
holiday, the New Year of the Trees
Rosh Hashanah Lellonothcom-
monly known U Tu B'Shvat. be-
cause it is the 15th day of the He-
brew month Shvat and therefore
also as Hamisha Aaar B'Shvat.
While Tu B'Shvat is a minor holi-
day, it can be turned into a very
outstanding and enjoyable occa-
sion by games and parties.
Here, for instance, are two games
suggested for Hamisha Asar by the
Jewish National Fund, the agency
that has elevated this festival to
worldwide importance by its tree
planting program in Israel:
Nut Game
Containers of almonds or shelled
nut- are placed on a table Each
player has two thin sticks (pencils
may be used) and a cup in which
to place the nuts after removing
them from the container. Numer-
ous players may be assigned to
each container, depending upon its
size. At a given signal, players
using only sticks, remove one nut
at a time and place it in their cups,
and at a specific time, they stop.
The player with most nuts in his
cup wins.
Twenty Questions
One player leaves the room
while the others select an item per-
taining to Tu B'Shvat When the
player returns, he is permitted to
ask B maximum of 20 questions,
which maj be I by
"no" or "sometimes," to help
uloniii.v the chosen item
A variation to this game lakes
place When one player decide- 00
a specific I'u B'Shvat objectlike
an appleand then gives p
a maximum of tive clues to identify
objects which he has in mind.
Example*:
1. This object i- mentioned in
the Story Oi Adam and Eve
2. It i- grown in many coun-,
tries
3. It is usually red or green,
etc.
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time you meet a human being.
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Teen Agers Plan Camp Jamboree;
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"
Rallying support for the Teen Age Camp Jamboree occupies the time of the above group u
officers of the Youth Council at the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community CentsJ
Teen age clubs of the various branches and extension programs of GMJCC are now selecliml
delegates to attend this camping program scheduled for Feb. 18 to 20 at Camp Wahassah.]
The Town Branch Youth Council, represents 12 of these clubs, and its officers shown abonJ
are (left to right) Alfred Meltzer, vice president; Ann Elovita, treasurer; Mrs. Dolores Pear!,]
youth activities supervisor; Brona Cohen, president; Bobbi Kammerman, acting secretary; and.]
Bettylou Rosen, chaplain.
activities supervisor, Beach Branch,
GMJCC, will direct the program
for the weekend, assisted by mem-
bers of the professional staff. The
Camp Jamboree is sponsored
the Greater Miami Jewish Co
nity Center, a participating age
in the Combined Jewish Ap
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and long time resi
dent of Miami Beach will be kf>
note speaker highlighting the
theme "Miami Through the Years"
;it the forthcoming Camping Jam-
boree. Feb. 18 to 20. at Camp
Owaissa-Bauer, Naranja, Fla.
Teen ;ige representative* of the
clubs affiliated with GMJCC are
expected to participate in this week
end. which will be the first camp
ing program for teen agers in this
area. Camp Jamboree program will
open with Friday night services
and oneg Shabbat program of
ip singing and folk dancing
Saturday night will climax tha
weekend, with a combination dance
and bonfire. Members of clubs par-
ticipating will present skits an
their group's history. "Dancing
Through the Years'" will be the
theme of the Saturday night social
event, which will feature dances
of the various eras
At the close of the program, dele-1 <
gates Will get together for an evalu-
ation session to discuss the results
of the camping program, enrolling
to attend the Camp Jamboree are
the following teen agers:
Sally l.i -in. k, I..- ill Uaei. Sol ma
hrlMllnan, Kalte '-----n Boot* Lock*,
Bettylou Rosen, \i>v Sharon,
Heli ii- 'I. ,ii. Ann KlovltS,
Haboi i n. Roaeni n, Karen
< -.ii. Robei i i. .1.....an, Charles
A i km. l'i.-.i Botiowlek, Mike Zler,
rnineth Bo '.<. Bam Bel gei.
Bishop Ii i >' Igenblatl, John flnnln,
K>nn> Krhnelder, Ed hwarts, Harry
Thai, ravld Qubin, l-arr] Bonenahein,
Hklmiei Bellman, Btan Weiss, Harrj
i^ Mike i'l. in. Larry Albert,
in. !..-\ in.- Kay Rob-
bins, Pennj Struel, Bhella Wyles,
Mariene Gold.
Marsha Horowlta, rvvtiella Turk,
Eleanni Zwelael, Bobble ("ohen, Shar-
on Goldstein, Deborah Hrhulman,
Wolfson Rlalne Oubln, Bai
i. ,i i shei ii.hi. I i.ni i 'ohi n, Lillian
tioshaj Ba bars Bratman, Pam
Orossma i, Rosalie Bchwartaman, Sim-
my Philips, Hn Anirerman, Nand>
Orant, Ruth Qravlu, Sheila Epstein,
Rita Hrhulman, Ki-u>- Htoop, Shelly'
Ruttenbera, l^.r-n. FYledman, Itutti
M / In.I. Ann II.....I. ll..r\.-\ Qlas-
,-.. Btuarl Oreenhenr, Arnold I .? \ in
and si. \. n Moj e -
Clubs participating in the Jam-
include AGI, North Daders,
Royal Knights, t'hayim. Kmanons,
L'aigon. BBG. Satans. Saber-. Re-
bels. Knights. Gems. Kappa Tau,
Omega Delta I'm.
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PAGE 12 A +Jtwisl>ncridflain FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORS BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg officiating. Cantor Maurice Mamehes will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Beth David choir under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Floral offering will be by Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Junior servTEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lchrman officiating and discussing: •Ideas That Changed the World." Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion. Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diskin. and Richard Dessauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mattloff. will become ices are Saturdaymorning a' 10:30 a.m. Louis Gadon wiM officiate Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in Dav ..-vices are at 7:30 a.m. and h S ha P el at 8 am and b '" ,h


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PAGE 4 A 9-Jenlst rUrkMar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lfl 10,, wjenisrFlcnJijr Published every Friday tlnee ItT* by the Jewleh r cridlan at 12C N. E Smth Street. Miami 1*. Florida E-tered at eecond-claje ma'ter July 4, 1WO. at the Pot C" ce of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 187V The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity rd the Jewish Weekly. Member "of the Jewish Tele. C'r phic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldw ee News Service. National Editeai Association. Amer. lean Association of EnglishJew.sh Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Teleph ones 2-1141 2-8212 The .Vw:sb >1 During The Week ...% %  s e e i ( SUBSCRIPTION BATES: One v,j". J :o TW5 Years I50C By LEO MINDLIN Fridav. February 18, 1955 Volume 29 Number 7 Shebct 26. 5715 STANLEY MYERS RECEIVES AWARD STANLEY C. MYERS will receive a r. deserved honor when the National Conference of Christians and Jews presents him with i:s recjonal award at the annual NCCI br; od dinner here on Tuesday evening Fcr.tainebleau hotel. ?-lyers will be cited for his understanding end devotion to the ideal of good human relations as advocated by the Conference and as exemplified by his own personal conduct. NCCJ will also pay tribute to the national and local community leader for the extent to which he has strived to make this ideal a reality, taking into consideration what he has done in the field of good human relations and how he has worked to bring about better understanding and better relations among individuals and among racial and religious groups. v Myers is integrally related to the cultural civic and philanthropic development of Miami, both in the Jewish community, as well as in the crea at large. In addition, he has assumed roles of leadership in the State of Florida and in national organizations. As a spokesman for the Jewish community here end throughout the country, he has brought a keen sense of understanding to oftentimes seemingly insoluble problems and has never hesitated to devote his energies and contribute his knowledge and experience wherever and whenever it was needed. He was one of the founders and first president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1938. Two years later, he was again called upon to head thic organization, whose purpose is to act as an overall planning agency for the needs oi local and national institutions and bureaus, as well as the State of Israel. Late in 1954, Myers was again elected Federation president, this time to help lead an infinitely more complex organization with infinitely more complex programs and goals than the one he had helped found sixteen years earlier. In addition, he has taken a forward role in the evolution of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and in numerous other agencies here, whose existence vitally mold the life of Miami Jewry. Nationally, Myers devoted his energies for five terms as president of the Conference of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which ccts as overall advisor to federations throughout the United States and Canada. Myers' achievements in the qeneral community are equally noteworthy. His outstanding abilities brought him to head the Dade County Community Chest's Red Feather drive at a particularly difficult time in this area's history. The Governor of the State of Florida appointed him to serve on the Children's Code Commission in 1942 to study legislation affecting child welfare, some of which is today Florida law. In addition, he served on the Enemy Alien Hearing Board, Southern District, during World War II, where he had ample opportunity to demonstrate the kind of leadership and understanding for which the National Conference of Christians and Jews will site him at the NCCJ Brotherhood dinner Tuesday evening. This is truly a splendid record of achievement in the field of human relations. But if his accomplishments were "enough" for any community leader, Myers did not seem to agree. He has also managed to serve as a member of the board of directors of the Dade County Red Cross and is former chairman of the sub-committee of the Disaster Relief Unit. We believe that the National Conference of Christians and Jews has made a splendid choice in selecting Myers for its regional award. He truly exemplifies the ideals of brotherhood and man's humanity to man. Endowed with a personality in which the cogent characteristics inherent in a leader are clearly evident, his warmth is such that invites friendship, that invites calling him simply but meaningfully: Stanley. Inj Anecdotej and without ,i profess! that -ince cliche self, obsl lover of liberty and Fathu of His PAGE 5 B of Miami's morning daily newspaper, dated Fob 15 carries a photograph of Dr. Ellwood Nance, president of the I'niveJfi of Tampa, and Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewih Tne ; ,.,l Seminary of America. Both men appear smiling, benign (n ve lor humankind. They were principal spokesmen at a seir,uur 0 n • Spiritual Statesmanship'' last Friday in the Shelborne hotel. Some loo ra in religion, education and government participated in the affair sponsored by the Seminary. __ in Nance, e,rey haireil. is a former minister. One could nut imagine ., more perfect visible expression of the concept of brotherhood, in, r.,iiiHliriL: aililre^Jtf presented his argument for universal understand. Fr anecdote, more frequently than not ili-i ,nnected r ation to th^ubject at hand, marked him for me a, 'eaker. whosewindamental difficulty lies in the f„ goes astray ^m too frequent repetition ol pf,p u | a th. Dr Nance had^tle to tell the seminar; as he him ,, his role as state chairman of the Florida March oi D ime oamnauu '<" him fatigued. It seemed almost embarrassinWtK.-ip^arg,, th;,t he was baffled by his sudden inability to relate surfaegBM. e re( in the rathei specialized problem of morality in our mw, Mr I'mkeNteirrwaded with gusto into an examination^ -piritual manship because. I suppose, current myth has it tbfR this u ntf particular province and one in which he is undisputed leader In any \>r. Fink. 1-teHTfe thesis rested on the belief that American in! dustry and commarte Wand on a solid phalanx of moral and ethical precepts as they arc found in the Bible and that he finds it impossibly to understand wliyJheprocesses of government, as well as the relation-' -hipmen entertain among one another, do not naturally follow suit: I am little concerned with answering the Seminary chancellor on this poipt one which find* its source in a naive and obviously nfutablg hypothesis Suffice it to say that the rise of the American labor movement, for example, gives liftle basis in fact for the belief that industry and coifc merce are motivated by Biblical concepts. The discussion thai followed the addresses of both these men, however, warrants extended eemment. For there, a seminar at which were present ostensibly inteTNa>m peopla —leaderof the community interested in progress—became a threw ring circus, with, a popular demand politely applauded for the return to medievalism, tnkhc most degraded state in man's history. -. e • • • FORMER DAK County School Board member James Noel took th* floor to demand a^jfrum to religious instruction in the schools "Tin separation of ChurcmJIpjJFState,'' he said, "is the greatest evil of out time." The astonishing thing was that Mr. Noel disregarded the spirit of the seminar and. as I saw it, insulted his Jewish hosts. If nothing else, he was expressive enough to ignore the innocuous platitudes generally set forth at such brotherhood functions. But only the grossest and most insensitive individual could offer this solution to a muiorirjl group that has thrived, among other reasons, precisely because it lives! in a society whose democratic heritage strictly censors the encroach ment of dogmatic religious thought upon publicly-owned school facilities. An even more astonishing thing was that Dr. Finkelstein did not immediately set Mr. Noel straight—did not inform him that this fcpintion is a basic constitutional principal; did not point out that the faunders of our nation were deliberately aware of and acted on the need td divorce organized religion from general instruction in tht; ligh' of generations of tormented European history, during the course of which men suffered untold torture because they were denied the right to free conscience; did not indicate that Jews, as a minority group, suffered particularly in this regard; did not emphasize that dogma Is no substitute for morality. As a result of this unfortunate silence. Dr. Nance, aejjeducator no less, rose in support of Mr. Noel. "Why not religious instruction in the schools''" he asked. "What arc you afraid of?" he wondered Clearly, his question was addressed to Jews, who are traditionally staunch supporters of the doctrine of separation. Far from challenging the virtually unAmencan suggestion of a happily former school board member, it seemed to me that Dr. Nance succeeded admirably in placing his hosts on the defensive, R remained for Dade County School Board member Anna Brenner Meyers to rise in opposition. When, in a series oi subsequent remark-. Dr. Finkelstein mildly suggested that the time was not vt*t nn*> for 1 — ** %  • • %  .... 1...EXPANSION MEETS NEW NEEDS TEMPLE ISRAEL Miami's only Reform congregation, has begun construction on its new S350.000 two-story religious school that will adjoin the present Temple site at 137 NE 19th st. Consecration ceremonies are planned by Temple Israel officials on Sunday, with United States Sen. .George Smothers as principal speaker. Present school facilities care for some 550 students, and the new addition will accomodate 1,000 youngsters in its 23 classrooms, auditorium and chapel. The need that Temple Israel feels for expansion is a measure of its ever increasing programs for religious education, and we believe this speaks excellently for the traditional and cultural horizons with which its congregation envisions dealing. Founded in 1922, construction of Temple Israel's present site began some five years later. The present addition symbolizes the Temple's careful effort to keep pace with the growing religious needs of the Greater Miami area. It is especially gratifying to note Temple Israel's progress. Throughout the years, it has maintained a level of diqnity and decorum, in its congregation as well as in its religious school and affiliate groups, that continues to set a standard for general community emulation. We have been happily aware of congregational expansion to meet these growing needs by other synagoques and centers as vw\\ Flagler-Granada Jewish CommVnV Center not ^JA^^L^ 1005 a *"•" training because men ha this week announced iSSESS^^I^! 52L.I-VKI i^TLlSfcHS?^ .5 ** •* he P* P> *B monies, also on Sunday, for its new addition at NW 51st pi. Flagler-Granada Is relatively new and ministers to a rapidly burgeoning section of Miami. We regard with satisfaction the manner in which its leaders are joining religious institutions throughout the community in providing facilities for the spiritual instruction and cultural expression of all Miamians DEMOCRACY RENEWED THE ENTIRE AMERICAN community will celebrate Brotherhood Week this year Feb. 20 to 27. During recent years, the spirit of tolerance and understanding among men of all races and afeeds has grown steadily in this country. Forces of bigotry still make themselves manifest in a host of ways. Anti-Semite and an" Negro voices yet break the calm of a democratically-mmded people whose heritage 5 freedom is its dearest possession. But te fact hn£% 0 P.P i,e .. fee ^g3 and expressions of £ r P h !f * up against increasing resistance P We believe the reason for this is plainPrei,, Polyglot of religious belief 3 5. ? UU herbage ,ha, developed the^^ demand had alre.1tjy.fjtoldi0u.sly undermined the purpose of the seminar. T ing addition*, courage. Dr. Nance replied to Dr. Finkelstein: "I naa rather Judaism be taught in the schools than nothing The object lesson in the entire affair was that one cannot cram brotherhood down nis neighbor s throat—albeit an "intellectual" neighbor—without arousing even his most ardently repressed prejudices; only polite cliches are permitted Apart from this object lesson, it seems to me that Jewish 1 neoiogical Seminary leaders must clarify their purposes if they are 0 continue in their self-assumed role as spokesmen for American Jew* in the matter of spiritual statesmanship f„nH r 2 tM f morali, y ""not properly serve as a mean, inward, J.n?ni h 6 S ^ minar >'. in fact the symbol of American Jewish Z n v I u presents "*1 w such to an uninformed general cov f ,r • L ,^J* a n and again ,old ,hat itlo>eremains ^ponsibte ,,'„ *rp >-t evil of our time." The truth here lies in the fact tM Mr K 1 8 a V. n nd P recIud the possibility of an honest rebuttal, to MrNoei ^,1 Dr Nance at the seminar. 5 R of uT U *r t SU u W *" ,hc equal,y *"&* Mor y that PP" red on P Hl editor iVnTm F / b i 12 mornin 8 daily, in which an ardent rel-g^ r nkel s Z^T d .. b t' W the P icture "U* Drs. Nance aa.f advocaieJMu£ v 7 *' US tramm in P ub,ic a*" 00 '* %  ,WaS J andThe JSS £*** lhe n,y hope for ,h futur for ,h,S """S I^uirFiSelstein C clusions were drawn at a seminar led by ty\ igno!ed*ihl i, H ,n ,0 he fac ,hat ,his is totally erroneous reporting.Jj others hl Hm V ices of Mrs **• %  *PJohn B. for. Jr.* on I^iu;io„ U n '^n aS,ing the 'lightening shadow of appr^J meier o rh" h Ve 7c a ,ly drawn nd betraying a silent hope that tW as a iarnm?^ SU,e is a fu,ure PO"bility. This should sen* mor.nr.nft nr ar rn Bf needed: the xe.lots of dogma know H EK&K eStmXT (med val biennb >w hen men Dr Kmkd','',n', ,) 13 ne day ,fter the Publication of the story. I*| ^n it at 7 h l !" mme n in his reactions, he replied that he had %  B'ake the Sendn!r Red K WUh Ut concern *• the great English P*j hi mav remaTn y ChanCe r is a,wa > s in P-radise And in Par*"* ''im to Se nron ream if he wish B t it would be ill -advised or "vsf.cal ; ', ,n nc,a r n, ** s ^ritual statesmanship from tj manj£ a p '" 8e P 01 1 wh,le iving little attention to practical HH



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PAGE 10 B */<* fkrkt&r __ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY JfnuARYj18.1955 Compliments of the Season Brotherhood Growing Concept %  : MIAMI 141 E. HSfjhf Ph. 2 1135 com GABUS 254 Miracle Mih) n. 4-47M ,„ ,he year 1934. some 300 comAs ^rn^on. it keeps we mumt.es in the I nited States shook hi h££?£J5£ and \ iB off the doldrums of the then cur rf snots rovvt KNOWN AM itmo rot riAs TO OUR MANY FRIENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS Rader Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 111 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 82-3551 Miami. Florida HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES — LAND SURVEYORS 4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 89-1646 Miami Ulk of fighting prejudice and big the domrums oi ..: -•through a vast network of depression long-noughj^b^J^ organiM(lons ^gious groups, educational institutions, labor management groups, and all forms of mass media of communication In each of these categories of American life, the National Conference enlists the active and voluntary' support of lay leaders in both its program and consultation services. And therein lies its strength and effectiveness as its policies and the direct applications of its work are in the hands of Hs lav leadership. Founding of the National Contional Conference, two years previference grew out of the presiden0U „I V | tial campaign of 1928. which was Those who worked to promote marred by a violent brand of bigthat first Brotherhood Day saw it ', otry directed against Al Smith and become a full week's observance the Roman Catholic Church. Takin 1940. and four years later, more ing a leading role as founders were than 2.000 communities, among former Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, former Secretary of War. Newton D. Baker and S. Parkes Cadman. past president of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America. "They were joined by Roger W. Straus, elected tir-t Jewish national co-chairman, a post he has held without interruption for 25 years, and Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. president of the serve something called Brother hood Day The observance caused onl> a ripple of response in the 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 i Conference of Christians and Jews, 'that day in April 1934 was exciting and inspirational. And in Denver. Colo. a Catholic priest, Monsignor Hugh McManamin. was seeing the fulfillment of an idea he had | almost casually proposed to the Na| and television programs and „. announcements resulted in mil, !" of home impressions i n artril 10fl, it held 9.300 institutes. w ^ '""; and group leader conference, T* distributed 2.800.000 pieces ofi, "? ature. ,lw It maintains 62 regional spotted throughout the States. offices United 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 institution with more than 10,000 communities participating. Since • ; the Brotherhood Week dates have always been the full week that includeWashington's birthday; thiyear Feb 20 to 27. The 1955 organization since its founding. In theme is One Nation Under God." \ addition to Mr Straus, the other To All Brotherhood Greetings SWIFT & COMPANY Refreshingly yours Sirift's Mee Cream PHONE HI 8-6555 Although Brotherhood Week now a definite part of the Americ..n -cene. it is a paradox that comparatively little ii known about its sponsor, the National Conference of Christians and Jews 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. TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Ph. 2-4733 Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Best In Materials and Workmanship 1234 N.E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-8997 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK TOBBY RIGGS MOTORS. INC. "THI 010 KtmiKKY COLONli" 501 N.W. 36th STREET Phone PL 7-1678 wsr wisnts TO Alt W. A. GLASS is current co-chairman is Mr. Benson Ford. President Dwight D. Eisenhower is the honorary national chairman for Brotherhood Week and Ben Duffy, president of Batten. Barton, Durstine and Osborne, Inc.. is general chairman The founders adopted a program that has guided the organization throughout its history and is a part of its by-laws: "To promote justice, amity, understanding and cooperation among Protestants. Catholics and Jews, and to analyze, moderate and finally eliminate intergroup prejudices which disfigure and distort religious, business, social and political relations, with a view to the establishment of a social order in which the religious ideals of brotherhood and justice shall become the standards of human relationships." While the National Conference does much of its work through religious groups, it is not itself a religious organization, rather, it is a group of religiously motivated men and women whose purpose it is to eradicate prejudices and bigotry through educational programs of good will. Brotherhood Week is. of course, an important facet of their educational program, yet it is only a small part of the year around work. Last year, according to Dr. Clinchy. the National Conference arranged 75,000 programs for 12,000 schools and colleges; 8,500 churches and synagogues; 2,500 women's clubs. 1.650 service clubs; 1,500 youth groups: and 525 national community organizations. Its radio The National Conference do not seek a merger of relief bodies, nor does it seek tn weak*, the loyalties or modify the H,? tinctive beliefs of any creed h does seek to demonstrate that all creeds can work together u> achieve the goals of brotherhood and that all men and women of whatever religion, race or national origin can work together and li ve together in mutual respect for the very differences that make them individuals, with each giving to th e 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. 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 aroui\d us. that the threat of dictatorship and all its evil implications is no longer with us. Communism is an ever-present threat. Men of ill will still roam the face of the earth. Our job is monumental." SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY 61 NX 26th Street Phone 3-5351 Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Tracking 1944 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-3144 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FOSTER Electric Co., Inc. CONTRACTING ALTERATIONS SERVICE Paul Foster, Pres. 2264 W. Flaaler Street Miami. Florida Phone HI 8-2671 TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh. Pres. R. C. Singer. Vice-Pres. & Sec. H. Goyen, Trees. Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes IIO\ A< Ki:il A LEIGH, INC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Caver South Florida" P.O. Box 2210 — 1134 N.W. 22nd Street — Miami 13, Florida A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY 0 %  sk M ses kS s e Henry E. Mangels Company 3550 N.W. SSth St. Phon\ 651391 GRI fT I N G S Weaver Rexall j Drug Stores la s 2 nd A ve %  3 65 567 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. PL 7-1202 ioni ,i al Wa Y Ph HI 6-7621 5901 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 84-3414 5725 Bird Road Ph. MO 1-6691 Deeds Needed And Not Words By OVETA CULP HOBBY Secretary of Health, Eductties 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 .-pooches which will be made before toil week is done, the word brother, hood" rolls off again and again until it sounds easy. But brotherhood doesn't come ii [ a package. It is not a commodity J to be taken down from the shelf j with one hand — it is an acj complishment of soul-searching, I prayer and perseverance. Brotherhood takes self-aware practice. The rule of thumb is a simple one: Regard each man and woman as an individual. Not as a Catholic, Protestant or a Jew. Not as a Negro, Anglo-Saxon or Asiatic. Look at the person—at the character and personality of this human being. Like or dislike that person for his own intrinsic qualities, and refuse to tinge that judgment 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 Indian^ 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 peopleOthers—more highly educated. more aware of self—find the concept of brotherhood as an intellectual process. Unfortunate are those who, j their limitations, can never sense the brotherhood of man. Brotherhood realised is the ultimate objective of democracy-* free, just and harmonious civil"* tion. J One thing I like about show business is that people are judged on the basis of their ability, not Because of their race, color or creco And that's the way it should be m every walk of life. Faye Emerson



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PAGE 6 A % ifmistlkC*0*iL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 I 1 "JRS Jewish Groups Call Parley to Mark Relations Between Israel and Ui. to be 1 — • %  -ram 'vt; 'pmf %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  Seminary Calls for Ten-Year S60 000.000 Expansion • •. %  %  %  Spinoza Outdoor Forum %  I Librarian in Talk %  ;.: %  Jewish Poet to Conclude Seminar for Hebrew Teachers • i i %  '.'lami. • .. %  • Jewish loafer Makes Gift i i %  %  %  i S300 md. The Drue D -.eett at Sever. Seas restaurant to enroll new workers ans contributors IT. the Combined Jewish Appeal Shown with chairman Sam Goldman (center are Jay Cone Harold S. Abbott, Goldman. Harvey Brock and Aaron WcJdman. a personal message from SAM J. HEIMAN, chairman 1955 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL A successful dinner affair proves inspiration for members of the Combined Jewish Appecl Food Division at a recent meeting in the Columbus hotel. Shown cl head table are Dr. B* jamin B. Rosenberg, Mrs. Bernard Stevens Berncnd Stevens Mrs. Jacob Keelmcn. -iincipalj speaker, campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman and vice chairman Leo Chcrikin. tt^^^SSTJ^S! w ork ,he CoBba d —* ^ *~& the Harlem SaLI r w cheerfuU Y *ptmq argument,. Shown at a meeting *** Sba.toX U b ? !" ? (Wft %  Sam C*^ Howard Hich and H^ Roth and ^u^ I19h *" !" ** Howard B. Glaan. Philip U-*



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?A y, FEBRUARY 18, 1955 listory of [A Tradition In America By DR. RALPH J. BUNCHE | jhc concept of "brotherhood" none men is another way of sayL. -good human relations"—about Ihich there is often more talk l an application. The nub of the fatter with regard to good human Cations is. of course, our ability I individuals to live up to the Igh principles most of us readily Horace and to which we pay easy service. [This being so, it is especially imlirt.int In document by living exdple the faith we must have in fcoplr and the conviction that L re tlifii-rences among people [ P ,\ pro^'nt.' no insurmountable rriei t" friendly relationship, l C c tho> art brought together unLr i-urninstances which really perIttheni to'know each other and emtir.ir* common human purses and values in place of narftdali religious or national Liand attitudes. II mas cite, foa. instance, the very kcosrj.jdnif uleraonstration afford by the Secretariat—the working af[ Hi 'to* United Nations of the hilih Hi perhaps the most diversiJpd .-i^mtnage of people to be fund under one roof anywhere in |c v. odd to understand each other ell and to work together ami|bly. Altogether, there are some members of the United Na\>m staff. Xhey represent a mafit> of the nationalities in the wi'i!. They are of all races, colors, ili&on*,. languages, cultures and eolutfies. Their habits of dress, tog, worship, marriage and brk are variable. Many come m highly developed and indusJized societies and man/ others underdeveloped, agricultural untrie*. Some are from the ionie.s. There are Africans, Indo-Chinese Id West Indians working side by He with their British, French, .N>um, Greek, Scandinavian and ^tin-American colleagues. There Arabs and Jews, Hindus and psleros. Buddhists, Roman Cathofcs. Anglicans. Greek Orthodox kd shades of Protestants from pmitive Baptists like myself to pm Presbyterians. They come om capitalist and communist kuntries and from all shades in ^{ween; from thoroughly demo atic societies and from some hich have never held any kind an .election; from republics, onarchies anil every brand of dic<* meUl at 42nd PAGE 13 B 7; % ^fc ^ a ^Hic\o^s^o<^ TO AW. MEETINGS CAULEY & MARTIN, INC. COMPLETE INSURANCE FACILITIES "Protection to fit Your Risk" Phone 9-3426 1522 DuPONT BUILDING, MIAMI 32, FLORIDA GREETINGS MODERN SHOWER DOOR MANUFACTURERS, INC. Wholesale Retail Fret fsfimetes Immediate Deliveries 3498 N.W. 7th STREET PHONE 4-2266 JoMnrrvpsoh, ^•• OOOTHtRHOOO WEEK February 30-27 ._ 5 M M drt d ky The Nationol Confer tree of CfirbtioM end Jews %  '. ..M ; %  —.. .. and First ave^in New York City, hurdling of such barriers—the reBut we find thatjhese barriers are lations among the members of the remarkably fragile., All of these i staff are so natural and free that people, so Widely,diversified in, orithere is very little consciousness gin and background, work and play together in impressive harmony. Genuine friendshipsi cut across ,all lines; social aftd athletic ojubs are of the existence of barriers. After all, there is nothing so important in this world as people giving expression to the good that is formed onah^oe^basis '^oTtota** "" o£ "* by amity toward each mon intere*ts>-ttee*ais an easy Informality and' a *Smaa'derie in re. lationships; and'' there is, of course, | no little counting, and. .marriage. It t is a congenial human company, enriched by its very diversity. I doubt tatt-tlre* has ever been a finer or nwe encouraging demonstration of t£$' r a1>ility of people to hurdle the .superficial barriers which divide tfceat, and get on together as human beings should— and must, I suspect, if very many of us are tb_survive on this earth in this era oi the split atom, in truth, in the Unite* Nations Secretariat, there HP little of deliberate 1,,--; tlllliltl l.iir' —i 1 >TT ELECTRIC. INC. SIDEff|/fl: • COMMERCIAL \ Alterations of All Kind* 3400 North Miami Atenue PHPpE f 362M GREETINGS *nja. Blake-Max Schoenield Shandielere Bar 626 SO. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI Ckeeiihgs I. B. TariUi Company 8017 N.I>8nd AT*. other, by respecting each other and by acting generally like civilized beings. GREETINGS K. II. REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 2719 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone HI 8-2591 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS Come f.i end tee the MOST BEAUTIfUL (flamingo Room) and the L4RGEST Negro Dining Room and Assembly Noll in the South CAN SEAT 700 OUR LOUNGE NEWLY DECORATED Mary Elizabeth Hotel 642 N.W. 2nd AVENUE. MIAMI. FLORIDA 642 N.W. 2nd A**., Miami, Flo. "Near* Owned and Operated" Ph. 241 OS PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING—MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES Biscayne Exterminating Service, Inc. 3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE HI 6-6401 DON'T TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE GREETINGS TO ALL Security Abstract Co. 44 N. E. 1st AT*. —— gaja j m % %  T— G *&> Reg's Appdpnces "Tee ear*** SINK, H It* Wf STI|LJM<>


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itJliewiislbJEIliOifiidlilQun FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955 SEC. C Louis Lipsky, dean of AmericanZionists, is flanked by Professor Sol Spiegelman, Chicago (left), and Professor Herbert Morawetz, Brooklyn (right), winners of the Lipsky Exchange Fellowship. The American scientists will be working with Isli scientists at the Institute at Rehovoth. Adams to Headline Golf Tournament at Westview March 6 I A "Combined Jewish Appeal Spectacular" in the form of a golf tour, nament and dinner dance, is being j planned at Westview Country Club on Sunday. March 6, according to Sam J. Heiman, general campaign | chairman. John Serbin will be chairman of the social event in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Headlining the program of entcr,tainment and fun will be Joey j Adams, noted entertainer and j radio and television quiimaster. Adams is known from coast to (coast as the head of the television QUIZ show, "Back That Fact," and has Tecently returned from a visit Mayor Proclaims Junior Hadassah Week Feb. 13-20 Fashion show was held in the Rubiayat room of the Algiers hotel on Thursday to mark Junior Hadassah Week, Feb. 13 to 20. The celebration was launched with an official proclamation by Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro, who declared that "these young American Kirls maintain and support the Children's Village of Meier Shfeyah in Israel, contribute generously to the Jewish National Fund and supply students at the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing with books, records and recreational equipment." Services will be held Friday evening at Temple Emanu-El, with spiritual leader Rabbi Irving LehrI man devoting the service to Junior Hadassah Week. Saturday evening, the young women's Zionist organization will hold a social at the home of Miss Dotty Elowitz, 808 Mariana, Coral Gables. g Climax will be a cocktail and card party on Sunday afternoon at the home of Miss Arlenc Foster, 2220 SW 13th st.. Miami. In charge of information is Miss Claire Schwartzman. Hn. Sol Silvrman iged Home Plans tervice Program Some 500 members of the Jewsh Home for the Aged Auxiliary kill salute itic community service prourams ol the Greater Miami Jewish Kederatiom at a meeting auesday noon. Feb. 22, at the Algiers hotel According to Auxiliary president MrSol Silverman. guest speaker vill be Hi Benjamin B. Rosenberg, pxecutivi director of Federation. S'IPW in ii. 17th year, Federation is cnniiir.inity planning organizafi MM. comprised of some 60 groups, which ues and plans for comImuna! and human needs in this I Mr-. Louis Makovsky is in charge I'M I he i : .urn and has announced |'h..t sun.i Andre, coloratura soIprano m, has recently appeared |in com i work in New York CHy, Iwill headline the musical program. • Cantor Joseph Malek. Miami Beach attorney who has participated in religious and musical circles for main years in this area, will offer |canton I elections. Hy Fried will accompany on the piano. CPA's Pass Examinations; 23 Named at Orlando Certified public accountant examinations have been passed by 28 candidates. Charles C. Colley, Jr., Orlando, chairman of the state board of accountancy, announced Monday. COlley said 64 others had sucly passed two or more parts of the examination and will be eligible for extended examinations. Candidates who successfully Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach proclaims Feb. 13 to 20 as Junior Hadassah Week. Looking on (left to right) are Ruthe Dixon, membership chairman, and Ona Lowe, vice president of Junior Hadassah. to Israel with his wife, singer Cin-j passed the examinations include: dy Heller. While in Israel, they were received by David Ben-Gurion, then Prime Minister. Adams is author of the autobiography, "From Gags to Riches." The success of this volMiami Beach—Yolande L. Selik; Miami—Thomas L. Thompson. Byran Zalph. Herschel Rosenthal, Herbert Buchwald. Alfred Groden, Franz Allina, Nathan Carson, Herbert L. Burg. Victor G. Trivett, Lester Feuer. Successful candidates whose CPA certificates will be held pending completion of experience requirements include: Miami Beach —Saul Gmndwerg; Miami—Richard J. Hirwich, Nicholas A. Crane, Richard I. Goodman. Jty Aimmi Red Cross Drive Chairman, Fund Drive Goal Revealed Dade County individuals and firms will be asked to contribute $257,200 in the Red Cross annual fund drive which begins March 1, and John P. Evans, South Florida manager for Southern Bell Telephone Co., has been appointed general chairman for the fund raising campaign. In accepting t h e fund drive chairmanship, Evans cited the many Red Cross services to residents of Dade County. The chapter's Home Service Department extends aid to Dade County and Greater Miami families in time of disaster, to servicemen and their families, and to veterans in time of emergency. Red Cross nursing services, Burnett Roth Receives Chamber of Commerce Award Awards for outstanding service to the handicapped was made Friday by the Miami Chamber of Commerce committee on handicapped placement. Chamber of Commerce awards went to Burnett Roth, Miami Beach councilman, for being a spokesman for employment of handicap ed before various committees and civil service boards. Harrison is Guest Speaker T. Wade Harrison, counsel for the United States Savings and Loan I-eague and former chief counsel for the Federal Home Loan Bank, was speaker at the February dinner meeting of the Society of Savings and Loan Comptrollers Thursday in the Fontainebleau hotel. Chairman was George W. Hirsch, vice president and comptroller of Washington Federal Savings of Miami Beach, sponsor of this month's meeting. Permanent Beach Resident Rev. Jacob Silverman is now a j permanent Miami Beach resident following 25 years as associate cantor of Shaare Zedek Congregation in Detroit, Mich. Rev. Silverman Blood Drive Opened Post 677 of the Jewish War Veterans is sponsoring a drive for blood for different hospitals throughout the area. The drive will reside with his wife at 435— opened Sunday at Mt. Sinai Hospi20th st. tal. New Judaea Group Formed Newly organized "Ner Tamid" Young Judaea Group, lead by Frances Frome, is comprised of girls from the age of ten to 12. Announced this week was meeting night on Tuesdays in a different member's home each week. Plea Local fund Drive Greater Miami Chapter. National Nephrosis Foundation, at a meeting Thursday completed final plans for the first fund drive of the Nephrosis Foundation for the month of March in the Greater Miami Area. '•* Sarfcfa ume made the Damon, Runyon Memorial Fund richer by $165,000. royalties which Adams ordered turned over to the cancer research organization. He has followed his initial literary venture with a novel, "The Curtain Never Falls." According to Serbin. confirma-1 Evans pointed out, teaches home tion was received last week that j care 0 f the sick and instructs mothsuch world-renowned pros as Sam i ers and 0 hers ,„ ^Iter infant ^jrJFSz. a si fz\-'"•"-" ***£ """"" "•; Westview to participate in the golf other activities, trains seres of tournament. Nurses' aides who assist registered A cocktail party and dinner dance nurses in this area's crowded hoswill climax the full day program. pj(ab; Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will join other Westview members serving on the arrangements committee, according to Serbin. The planning group met at the home of Serbin last week to iron out final details of the unique all day event. Serving with Serbin as members of a committee are FrejJ Lewis, Al Goldbach, Ross Sobel, Miles Schlapik, Jr., Lou Winters and Herbert Tenenbom. Annual Donor luncheon Due Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold an annual donor luncheon on Tuesday noon, Feb. 22, at the Columbus hotel. Mrs Sam Goodman is chairman. Mrs. Joseph Milton is co-chairman, with Mrs. Al Reich in charge of entertainment. This poster announces the dates of the 11th annual celebration of Jewish Music' Festival, which is being marked over the country by hundreds of Jewish organizations from February 5 to March 5 under the auspices of the National Jewish Welfare Board. The Festival this year is dedicated to the American Jewish Tercentenary.



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ir .v FTBRUABY 18. 19S5 -JmrlsHhrMton PAGE 5 C ** • •% •a, t '*•* K**M >'•:*" **.*>, ••< Christopher Fry Play Due Next presentation of the University of Miami Ring Theater will be 'The Lady's Not for Burning." Written by Christopher Fry. the 15th century romantic comedy will be directed by E. F. Menerth. The play will run from Feb. 22 to March 5. V lak ing plans for the next affair of the Ball 4 Chain, Miami bung Married ZOA District, are (left to right) Mrs. Joe Lindenaum, Al Finkelstein, Mrs. Daniel Grossman, (standing) Gil lappaport and Harvey Sootin. The district will present a Cupid Caper" evening on Saturday, Feb. 19, in the banquet 11 of the Coral Gables Center. lontract Signed With Local Vrm for Seville Hotel (Irving Kipnis, president of the tosby Corporation, has awarded largest structural steel contract i local iirm. the Ludman Steel bmpany <>f Miami, headed by pbert P. Ludwig. president, for i, Seville hotel. "Miami Beach's itel of the Year 1956." the $8,0.000. 15-storjr, all-steel conructed skyscraper being built on ii Grossinger-Paneeast site. Kipnis signed the contract with irlej Delph. vice president and I literal manager of Ludman Steel j bmpany. who has handled many the larger steel jobs in the area [ ch as the Ainsley Building, Lud-1 Bn Corporation Plant, Adams gineering Plant. Copa City, Sea i\\ hotel, the Miami Beacn Audihum and many others. [The Seville hotel, to open Denber, 1955, will reportedly be largest all-steel constructed horn .Miami Beach, containing 300 urns. Architect for the Seville is Ivin Grossman. l**k forth* One Mother faffs Another— | "ITS THE REAL THING!" /Mother^ OlD-FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH KOSHEI O PAMVf mid* with**! suf.ar-.ust th natural itlrn ot the choicest tr*huratar luh. MMTI In BMka'i laMOhiiii Meajra. trom tht tpotleis kitchens of .MoHefifooflftuJucU.lnclliWfhJ.HJL ***.1 \V5GUST BROS ny, rr m —gi—g—$—$—gj—qi— LJJ —gr Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMOOOIf PLAZA, COCONUT OtOVE Open from 11 *.m. to 12 p.m. Your Hot—Sidney Jacob*, Sam Leiteon Private Party teams far Banquets King Shed Cecfcrei/s Serving lite Finest Foods at Reasonable Prices FULL COURSE DINNER FROM $1.95 PIENTY OF PARKING SPACE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 8 2194 £ r 'r i]i.jii]f.jtJfi) %  moat,.. eter than GAR ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI BEACH Air Conditioned Centrally Heated Dietary lows strictly observed HOTEL POOL CABANAS Where Superlative Kosher Dinners are served amidst a distinctive atmosphere at charm and culture Far Reservotions Phone UN 6-8831 HWItt* A PARTYMl HAtff7HE f-OCO %  '. a&fROSEDALE ^SfJ^f'SiT RESTAURANT*DELICATESSEN •? % %  =£V^A—S -A none9-799b FREE DELIVERY Kosher Style Cooking %  Privotc Dining Room Air Conditioned Free Parking /Sivik^iy Coffee Shop HOLLAND HONEY BREAD and CAKE IS EXTRA HEALTHFUL, MADE WITH THE FINEST HONEY and RYE FLOUR NO FAT or StJGAR tSED Buy a loaf today — it is good for yoa I Distributors: C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO. HI N.E. 90th Street Abo Available in New York VTJ* Se*!en. OVW 700 SfltVINGS of coffe; ltJtooo^ejt. .I^SSt'Si *!/ %  Non^oNtnino. Gt Sugar int now. .4 AVAHAME AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE MIAMI BEACH'S MOST NAUTIfUL DINING ROOM and BIRD THE fABUlOVS 0NE-PfCE DINNt* ALL MIAMI BEACH IS TALKING ABOUT Serving tram S p.m. COCKTAIL LOUNGE (Formarly LaRue) 1111 Dode Blvd. Miami Beach Jft East al Alton Road Reservations: Ph. 5-6517 Member Dineri' Crab Completely Air Conditioned KOSHEI RESTAURANT A DELICATESSEN A Unique Experience in Dining Pleasure Delicatessen te Take Home DINNER FROM $1.50 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. Open Daily 1t a.m. to 9 p.r OPPOSITE CITY HALL MIAMI BEACH Saturday 5 p.m. to t p.m. TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone for Reservations 5-6651 • 5-4907 fl Air Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frishnet SONNTAG'S FLAMMNGO KOSHER RESTAURANT 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH } Serving the Finest Food at Reasonable Prices i CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS NO PARTY TOO URGE NO PARTY TOO SMALL Phone 5-9952 Umder Rabbinical Supervision



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MY FEBRUARY 18, 1955 *• %  jmM QujUbe PAGE 7A \b. 21 -27 To Mark Role Of Senior C itizens In Bade A ge-ior (-itizens Week will be marked by Greater Miami Feb. 21 to 27 Harold Thurman r nrn \ nM ,„ nmun.lv leader, has been named chairman of the celebration Thurman. Coral Gables Center professional staff, aided by Thurman late Wednesday explained that the purposes of Senior Citizens Week are three fold ••„ I re ula 1 r grou ? >eders who are asLi„p better understanding of the needs of our community's older residents and to appraise S assets ITJl ^".l Ph f ses of aCtivi,y t qualities In terms of possible achievement rather than in terms of problems; o examin^ the aciUUe thiL.'" gU de V". deve,0 |m, I ent ,/ Liable locally for their needs; and to develop programs and additional faril.ti.-s f„r ,h„ "„„"!;„ .!.', these groups into increasingly selfIdpiiicnt." 1 A major event with respect to the senior citizens f Dade Countv will take place on Thursday Feb 24 the Dade County Court House, when the house welfare committee the Florida Legislature, headed by J. a. Altxanuer, wni nom taci rea .cu.ui uiwiiu iiiiinrs wno are asare three-fold: to signed to various phases of activity, appraise th"ir assets jxamine the facilities iitional facilities for their continued de sufficient bodies. In the course of participating in this type of program, men and women in the golden years of their jjng hearings on the problems of the agintj. opting to Thurman, the.entire program for Senior Citizens I L,k is being planned by the Senior Citizens Division of the Welfare Enr.mg Council, headed by Dr. Walter O. Walker of the University of Em", and Barbara Jack, secretary. meng Jewish agencies invited interviews, through which the pro,, .,.nt briefs and participate in fesaional worker and the person ber.wrings are Jew^h Social mg helped come to know each oth-1 ,,. Bureau. Albert Com inor, er the pro hlem. and what can be ...ive director, on the psycho|aone about it <::'^l:\' f J h Z *?"&'"!!: \ Through the existing casework Home for the Aged. Maurice trlstein, executive director, on services and the work of its Vocational Service Department, which ,v'r;;;^H:rfor n s c A g ^> n arSn" a t i„. u-i, a l1 possible, the agency is now agency actively reaching about 70 older people each month. The work of the National Council of Jewish Women for senior pdical aspects; Greater Miami j f h Community Center, Efraim itive director, on recreeds; National Council of :-', Women, tflss Minnie Feinexecutive secretary; BabbUocitizens oni the national level can -piriiual leader of Tern"• divided into two categories: first, special projects for senior citizens and second, services offered to them as part of Council's work with the foreign born. This I on religious aspects; and \ Jewish Education, Louis \ i in. executive director, an will summarize the ma I presentee at the close of the interest is exemplified by the.fact that almost half of the 24j Sections in all parts of the country have part o Senior Cifuens prounderta P ken jects a „ ( here, the Jewish Social Servf(ff he exists to provide social Hait',4 Thurman the education of blind children and that services would be primarily lives have found a refreshed outlook, a new vigor and a new purpose for existence, so that many of the health and psychological problems of aging have been treated indirectly by this kind of therapy. The senior citizen also makes himself evident at the Bureau of Jewish Education At the Bureaus central library, containing Over 5.000 volumes, the senior citizen is seen daily brousing among the books in the English, Hebrew and Yiddish sections, borrowing three to five books to take home for close study or pleasant reading. The senior citizen accounts for almost one half of the 1,000 books circulated each year. At the adult courses sponsored by the Bureau, again the senior citizen is evident, some of the most ambitious students taking 1 courses in Jewish history. Bible, I customs and ceremonies, and modern history. Certificates of Completion in these subjects issued each year by the Bureau contain the names of many senior citizens who Or. Walter Waller 0. Walker • %  %  .-*..%.-.-' ""wi'i tjx uiiiiiaiiii i erv,ces limited to wide volunteer services Javc not given up the urge for M lhSchool Board, the commu %  [*£**? TO and enlightenment, k h Ip for the people of the, ,n M,am and for manv >. nity welfare committee of Council n ,ne board of directors of the i-l community who need and t'ouncil has offered its services to decided it could begin considering Bure aUmany s J 110r cltlzens ve II that lulp It gives expression he older members of the commuolher area s of the community ,he,r ,lm f and n *W** for the h< food feelings that most peoJ** wh w,shed to become citizens. wh o r e its "know-how" could be of a dvancement of standards in .lewi wanting to help their Thev have attended Council's Engva i ue ish education. khbors In the time of their disllsh classes and received help in one of the most rapidly develop" Its purpose is to contribute Preparing for their naturalization ing programs of the Greater Miami in belter life of the people of J e xa -unauon. when there have been Jewish Community Center, which al community, where posspecial problems related to citizenserves every member of the family • ..-I:.:: hen tamily ties and I sn 'P Not on| V have the prospocfrom D r e -school age on up. has | each individual live more I five 'Citizens themselves wiled on bpen the category of Golden Age. | Samuel Ritter. a founder of the lUUy tS Wl MIH,^ lu St' Starting Wi,h nC Golden Age Hebrew Academy and vice presi : gency accomplishes its pur| u Jl !" n? ,0 C0UnCl1 ,0 asMSt Friendship Club several years ao. de „, for the past ^en years, will : making professional servI I nese P e P ,e the Center now has three such present a Scroll of Law on Sun;., liable to those in need of Locally Council has aiso been inclubs operating in its various |dav evening. Feb. 27. in memory !h w.i> this professional terested in trying to help the combranches, and also is providing rec-1 of his wifo. Rose, who passed away ce igiven, the method used, munity offer needed services, reational service for residents of ] as t April. rk" consists sim-| When it became known that the Scro „ presented two yea>s a W hv ^^ wj „ ,. xtem| ^1^ „ n be. Kurt Reiser, chairman. Mr an( M rs Samuel Ritter in half of tno cltv }u mbcr> „, the Danzig, who is on a tow of memory of their parents. An esper ,.„ r „ lmrjl an(1 )1h( r di g nitaries Snuthorn communities in which the cia n y designed artistic crown for vvi!| a M) bo scnt B Bjni|( r American Jewish (ommiltec has ,he Scroll will also be presented by |)r( s|ll< ; „ ,„ hl Al :i(I( mv wm chapters, supervises the Planning Ritler durm R the ceremony. ,,„. l k on K ,, la]f pf ,,,,, scho(l| s of and selection of priorities for the Participating in the dedication f ^ director national' activities of American ceremony will be Rabbi Irving Jewish Committee projects. Form Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI. „ eily national program director of who will deliver the dedication ad-1 Bert lumpson Installed the USO. Danzig served as program ( iress Cantor Philip Brummer will i Rabbi Irvins I "hrman. spiritual director of the Army and Navy chant the liturgical portions of the leader of Temple Emanu-EI, installDivision of the National Jewish ceremony. The cantor will be asWelfare Board. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Soh cial Work. Leo Robinson. Chapter president, announced his appointment of Van Naomi Roth Installed Pythian Sisters. Maccabee Temple 50. met recently to install SisMyers as chairman of a newly orter Naomi Roth as Honorary Sit ganized discussion group commit-1 tjng Pasl chief. Brother "Sam B ,p. lden A ge Club president receives gavel at the recent L Ua,1 n ol ofiicers at the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewice Myers, a Wometco-WTVJ exiecutive. will be responsible for the ng Avins, Vice Chancelor of Maccabbee Lodge 182, Knights of Pythias. formation of community discussion prese nted the new organization a groups which will focus considersj check for j25 on behalf of his orf. — —" %  %  % %  *• "> r uiuiiv-ii, uiciiid — %  %  '-tion on current problems of inter-1 ... „„ ^ommumty Center. At the left in Henry Garison. incoming es t to the Jewish community. He S a !" "tin Saturday night, Feb. 26, "Went. W h 0 is congratulated by the man whose position is also a member of the Chapter will mark the first card and game w iH occupy. Hyman Kam. executive committee. | night to be sponsored by the group. newly elected officers of the Young Adult Group at its Wednesday meeting. Installed were Bert Tumpson, president; Hy Josovitz. first vice president: Lila Eisenberg, second vice president; Debbie Graboyes. treasurer; Edith Mudrick. recording secretary; and Shirley Shuster. corresponding secretary. A tribute was paid Irving Scherr, outgoing president. Next social event planned by the group will be a "Sweetheart Swing" on Feb. 27, to be highlighted by the chosing of a "Queen."



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fewislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY fOLUME 29—Number 7 hVEAL 19S5 GOAL AT $100,000,000 1750 National Leaders Expected I At UJA Conference on Beach MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS Awaham Harman, who holds a [\ diplomatic post as Israel's Coniii-General in New York, will adCess the national inaugural continue of the United Jewish ApPa | al the Saxony hotel. Miami each, mi Feb. 25 to 27, it was anrmnced in New York Wednesday William Rosenwald. UJA genial chairman. "Harman la one of Israel's most rillianl young diplomats and a and children must be aided by UJA-financed projects this year. He pointed to such critical programs as the ship-to-settlement operation, which will aid some 30,000 Jews from tension-ridden North Africa to settle in Israel and immediately I take up productive lives in the country. This is only one phase, Rosenwald added, of a vast and urgent program of aiding the free people rring speaker," Rosenwald said, of Israel to develop their land as a lis important message to the Inj haven for the homeless and opgural Conferees is certain to enpressed and for providing health. an inspiring impetus to • welfare and rehabilitation services eii launching of the 1955 nato Jews in need in Israel. Europe, an wide I'JA campaign." Moslem lands and this country lition to Harman, a numii' it other distinguished figures Israel and American life will the conference. Jack Ben|y idoming from Hollywood to srticipate in the gathering. than "30 community leadwill gather at the conference. I .'.aid reported, to get the |.i V 17th successive campaign A*aj This year's goal is for I SI00.000.000 to finance the and life-renewing proI : the I JA constituent agents—the I iiited Israel Appeal. pint Distnlnition Committee and pw York Association for New nicru.iii| e trial an outpouring of ad|ni ifts representing substanincreases over last year's stanIrds already had brought forward ore than $10,000,000 as a tribute l JA president Edward M. M. larburg, Rosenwald urged the Inferees smilarly to establish a (gher level oi giving as a model affiliated community camiollow. I emphasized that parly .Viii.ooo Jewish men, women Frertfh Ca'oinet in Crisis Eyed for Possible Effect On the Jews of Tunis PARIS (JT At —Jewish circles here continued this week to watch the latest developments in the French governmental crisis and its effect, on the position of the Jews in Tunisia. The future status of Tunisia is one of the issues on which the .government of .f icjre fare assistance.-the ri^ht to Abraham Harmon will address conference Reform Convention Moves To Bolster Small-Town Jewish Lift LOS ANGELES (WNS) — Jewish life in American small towns will be aided by the provisions of a resolution which leaders of American Reform Judaism adopted It the Forty third General Assembly of the Urjipn of, American,Hebrew Congregations which took place here at the Statler Hotel this week. (ailing for the establishment of a Commission on Jewish Religious Life in Rural Areas, the resolution expressed agreement with Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the U.A.H.C, who complained in his presidential address that many "isolated Jewish families, hungry and at hirst for Jewish knowledge and Jewish guidance, have, in too many instances, no alternatives but to send their children to Christian religious schools and watch them drift into complete assimilation." At the closing banquet .\i.\ty-six temples affiliated with the Union received citations for "more than a century of illustrious spiritual service." At the same event, a Mendew-FranW fell. Earlier, when it appeared that Antoine Pinay had a chance to form a cabinet, this interest was directed primarily at talks being held by M, Pinay and Tunisian Premier Tahar ben Ammar in an attempt to determine how the future of Tunisian Jewry would shape up under the plans the two men were working out. But the inability of Mr. Pinay to form a Cabinet left the whole question up in the air once again The only certain things in the situation, from the Jewish point of view, are that any new Premier will have to make some accommodation with respect to the whole North African situation and that accommodation will unque.stionrolc in the fate ef ia. The Jewish point of view on what such an accommodation should include by tween France and Tunisia. Of particular interest to them was the principle of full equality in civil rights, without distinction on religious grounds. They seek equality also in the fields of government aid to religious institutions, welhold ^ "' !" !J ably play a large rol etiaMw wM-tH*sertedtn'tn-508th'[i nc J ews „f Tunisi congregation to join th Union, thp Reform Temple of Highland Park, Illinois' Presentation was made by Dr. Samuel S. Hollender, j wav of guarantees to the Jews was h'mself a Chicagoan, who express> made clear during the Mendesed pride over the expansion of ReFrance premiership form in his community and its suburbs At the same event. Dr. Hollender, chairman of the Union's national executive board. Was ten* !am Blank to be Presented With NCCJ National Award at Dinner [Sam Blank, national and local Immunity leader, will receive a ktional award from the National (inference of Christians and Jews the third annual brotherhood inner tponsored by NCCJ on uesd.iv evening. Feb. 22, at the tmtainebleau hotel. (Blank will be cited for his outanding -(nice to the Conference a member of the executive comI'ltee of the national board for [' past three years and in recogItion of his "humanitarian and Pirited leadership in the religious, Bucadonal, civic, philanthropic P't economic areas of the commuIty. [Guest speaker at the dinner will l mted States Senator from iwida, the Hon. George Smathers. [A member of the board of trusol the University of Miami, [ank is past president of the. pater Miami Jewish Federation, | which he also held in *mber of Temple Emanu-El and 1M0. P'l'lc Israel and a trustee of f"'"i Sinai Hospital. I He received the NCCJ regional r"l m 1947 and has served on j'' regional board since 1951. 'also a member of the finance and national special gift committees of NCCJ. President of National Brands, Inc., he is also president of National Wines, Inc., and a director of the Industrial National Bank of Miami. Blank is a member of the Hibiscus Lodge F. Ic A.M. and Mahi Temple. Receiving regional awards at the brotherhood dinner will be Stanley C. Myers, Faris N. Cowart and Cecil P. Holland. A Miami attorney, Myers was chosen by the j awards committee for "his understanding of and devotion to the ideal of good human relations as | advocated by NCCJ and as exemplified by his own personal conduct." He was president for five terms of the national Conference of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and is currently serving as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, an office 1938 and dered an illuminated scroll in tribute for more than a decade of national service to Reform Judaism. Dr. Hollender was also the recipient of a citation from the Combined Campaign for the Advancement of Reform Judaism, of which he is the general chairman. Boldness in embarking on new ventures and expanding existing programs was the theme of Dr. Eisendrath's 20,000-word "State of Our Union" message. New areas for the growth of Reform, said Dr. Eisendrath. are the State of Israel, American suburbia, and the rural areas. Towards these ends he asked for cooperation with the World Union for Progressive Judaism in the founding of a Reform group in Israel, the commission on Judaism in rural areas, regional offices, and additional youth camps. In the realm of social action. Continued on Pago 14 A Tunisia's Jews, it was said at that time, would like to have certain guarantees of their status incorporated into any agreement beDr. Mavricc N. EiienoVafh bov: n* alternatives public officev"and elections to Tunisian government bodies. These same demands had been presented to the French government by American and other Jewish leaders interested in the fate of Tunisian Jewry. They requested that assurances to this effect be written into the conventions which had been formulated by French and Tunisian representatives as the basis for a new regime in Tunisia. In addition, they wanted the guarantees included in any projected Tunisian constitution. The big question in their minds now is whether they will have to repeat these demands to the head of the new French Cabinet, which would be the case if he takes the position that he is beginning entirely new negotiations, uncommit, ted by any understandings of the past Premier. -BULLETINCASABLANCA fJTA) Two Jews were shot and wounded here during the last two days by Moslem terrorists jn a continuation of a campaign to force participation in a Moroccan nationalist campaign boycotting French products One Jew. a fruit peddler, wu shot in the luni; and is in a critical condition. The second, a pharmacist, was hit in the shoulder and is now in a hospital. He apparently disregarded warnings delivered several weeks ago. Meanwhile, it was announced that the police have captured members of a savage gang of terrorists who killed a Jew last year in the nearby town of Berrechid only because he was a Jew. The gang, which committed many atrocities in the past year, was tracked down right in Berrechid. Ns Week's Issue •he UN oks ptoriul •••I Sh.rti "iWOOd Mindlin Newt la Review Religi# U s Directory Society Supplement Cowart is a Miami accountant. He has been active in Kiwanis. Knights of Columbus, Notre Dame Alumni Club of Miami and the Greater Miami Boy's Drum and Bugle Corps. He was named "Man of the Year" in 1953 by the Miami Knights of Columbus and "Outstanding Citizen of 1953" by the Miami Order of Ahepa. Holland is an active member of the Masonic Ixtdge and is ated with the Blue Lodge Ionic Continued on Paga 13 A POLICY IS TO METE OUT FAIR TREATMENT TO ALL' South Africa Premier Assures Equality JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — "The rights of Jews as full and equal citizens of South Africa with all other sections of the white population remain the same under my government as under all previous governments of the Union." Johannes Gerhartdus Stnjdom. who recently succeeded Dr. Daniel F. Malan as Prime Minister of South Africa, told Edgar Bernstein, South African correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, in an exclusive interview in the Prime Ministers office in Capetown. Bernstein said that the JTA was concerned about reports in certain foreign newspapers which expressed misgivings about the Union Government's attitude to the Jews in South Africa. The JTA would welcome an authoritative statement from the Union's new Premier: What was the attitude of his government to Jewish citizen' The Premier said: "The reply has been given over and over again. I made this point clear in my radio addresses after assuming office. Our policy is to mete out fair treatment to all sections of the population. No differential treatment will be meted out by my government to Afrikaner. English. Jewish or any other section of the white population. All are full and equal citizens without differentiation." Asked how this position would be affected if South Africa decided to become a republic in accordance with the ultimate aims of the National Party which Mr. Strijdom heads, the Premier replied: Establishment of a repulbic would make no difference whatsoever to the position. The republic would he a democratic republic with full equality for all citizens "I have in any case made it clear." Mr. Strijdom added, "that a republic will not be proclaimed during the life of the present Parliament. The decision to become a republic would only be taken by an Continued on Page 14 A



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pUDAY. FEBBUAHY 18, 19SS +Jewish ncrtdinn PAGE 3C Synagogue Deve/opweirr Third m %  series of lectures on I bas ic Judaism will be delivered by Rabbi Abraham Herson, Tifereth Israel Wth.side Center spiritual leader nn Monday evening. Feb. 21 Habbi Herson will discuss "The Historic Development of the Synagogue First Membership Affair Newly formed West Miami Bnai Brith Women's Club held its first membership affair in the form of a "Sign the Charter Tea" on Thursday at the home of Vivian Sin; clair. 5930 SW 16th st. Gables City Council Fills Nine Vacancies u Th ,*„ Coral Gab,es C'ty council Hollis Rinehart, Oscar Miller, Mrs. has filled nine vacancies on three H. L. Gregory and Bob S. Stevens. Howe E. Moredock, Jr., was namcity advisory boards. Seven persons were named to the ( recreational advisory board. Thev J .u %  u J — were Herbert Blume, Mrs. P. M ed t0 ,he ** tnal b ard and J,m Jenkins. Dr. Robert Thompson, McCaughan to the parking board Elected President At the annual meeting of the Florida Chapter of the Association Of Interstate Commerce Commission Practitioners held last week in the Columbus hotel, Kurt Wellisch was elected vice chairman of the regional chapter. PHOTO V CCM SONMNFCcD First glimpse of • This is their first glimpse "of freedom ... most wonderful of moments. ,They have come to Israel the way America's settlers came-to put fear, hunger, and homelessness behind them. They have come to find liberty, opportunity, and a chance to live in peace.'" You share this moment with them ... for your support of the United Jewish Appeal helped make it happen. But today, there are those who still wait in lands of darkness and despair. They, too, yearn for the day they can stand on the deck of a ship in Haifa Bay, or look from the window of a rescue plane, showing freedom to their children. This year many more men, women and children must be aided to reach this land of hope. You can help-by giving to UJA. Through UJA you can "help also in the building of new homes, new settlements, the growing of more food. To aid nearly half a million persons in Israel and other lands, to help ttiose who must reach freedom, to help Israel's people attain economic freedom-give to the United Jewish Appeal. Give generously today. Save Lives — Build Lives — Aid Freedom IN GREATER MIAMI YOUR ONE GIFT SERVES 55 CAUSES through the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL UNITED JEWISH APPEAL for $99,521,275 •ft tohaff of. United Israel Appeal — Joint Distribution Committee New York Association for New Americans



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*IDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955 +Jewlst)ncr/dUan PAGE 7 E that Our State [NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES Israeli diplomat* in Washington, London and Paris, seeking formal Icurily guarantees that would make Israel part of the Western defense Istemiare asking the three powers for promises not to upset the Middle Lstern balance by remaining lukewarm to the present disturbing elects in the area The now U.S. approach in the Naar East involves Iplan to establish a series of bilateral defense pacts between the van's Arab states and Turkey—a procedure bitterly opposed by Egypt he Arab League urllty is a fiction" that was "coming to mn ond," Time igaiine states in its current issue ... In a Fact-Sheet on West Germ rearmament, the Orthodox publication, "Jewish Life." says 1 je of the main objectives of a remilitarized West Germany is to m Hitler's campaign of Lefcensraum—and eventual war." Our Siu partment policy has actually encouraged the return of Nazis to sitions of power and it* attempts to rearm the reactionary Arabs m from the same basic policy that is threatening the world with war." „ Formosa powder keg: New York Times correspondents in London. iris. New Delhi and Tokyo, when asked to comment on the feeling in >se four capitals on the danger of war. reported that there is little rtation of a major conflict in the Far East now .. Racial prejudice • denounced as a sin by the National Council of the Churches of fist in the U.S. representing 35 million members in a message sent to 147,000 congregations in commemoration of annual Brotherhood leek The National Press Club, by a vote of 377 to 281, approved for Lmhrrship tha first Negro in its history. Drew Pearson sponsored the blicant, Louis R. Lautier Mortimer May and Or. Emanuel Neumann |rr the principal speakers at an all-day session of a World Zionist Tfairconference of the ZOA at New York's Statler hotel last Sunday. Ijor isucs facing the World Zionist movement and the latest developfents in I he Middle East were discussed \ The New Yerfc Board of bbis, at its 74th annual convention, adopted a resolution which called Ion its members to alert the community concerning the dangers of proposed Calendar Reform now before the Economic and Social Juncil "f the UN. Other resolutions adopted dealt with U.S. aid to |ael: the Far East crisis; State divorce laws; amendments to State today laws; delinquency and fitness, net religion, as a basis for public lice ... The Western Association of Reform Rabbis held its annual bfonnii' Salurday through Monday. Feb. 12 to 14. at Temple Isaiah %  West Los Angeles The World Jewish Congress has called upon Jewish communities J affiliates in 65 nations to establish cultural and educational institute named for the Warsaw Ghetto Fighters in commemoration of the \h anniversary of the Uprising on April 19, 1943 ... In a reply to a nmunication from Adolph Held, national chairman of the Jewish or Committee, Warren Olney ITJ, Assistant Attorney-General of the stated that the imported daggers from Germany, bearing the Naxi blem under the guise of war souvenirs, "has been under study by Criminal Division of his department ISRAEL David Ben-Curion and his wife Paula are commemorating this nth their first anniversary as "new-old" Chaluttim at their desert llemont Sdeh Boker During a recent symposium in which leading pat officials, including Sharett, participated, a spokesman of the pai r"nth division declared that Socialism has disappeared from pai. He contended that there is actually no difference between the tadrul and private capital. Sharett took objection and 4efended the ly "Israel ranks third in American foreign investments," Finance Ulster leu Kshkol declared in a recent Knesset speech.. "During the t five year-." he said. "America has invested $72 million in Japan; I million in South Africa and $54 million in Israel ... A new boon in Israel building industry is reported Jordan's sole outlet to the I, the port of Aqaba, has doubled its turnover since 1952. thanks to technical assistance. U.S. citizen Bohdan S. Nagorski, in behalf of f? k r artlcle ,hat rather than ,0 a ,oss f Realism" the deInch fr u" nisl ""Pet"* 's due to the shift of stress in Zionist propaTite rZ lhe arguments for the need of solving the Jewish problem %  bihlriim, ,\ s and degrees, to work and contributions for the founding of Israel ." PEOPLE NandT 0 !.— '"'"* 1 UN corres P n dent for the Jewish Daily For rthciav ii re,Rn editor, is having a special simchah on Washington's [idem kl ". au Shter Bathsheba, 20, is getting married to an Israeli Won u'he" 1 y >p lowich of Tel Aviv. The wedding, taking place in [Kasi f ,• grew up wiU e officiated over by Rabbi Israel prwarn U,ngre 8 atio n Mishchan Tefillah. Before taking over the Nton G a Ai gnme M' Mr benIsrael was the Middle East expert on the Puis w'arr/i L. H,rrv s Truman, attending a Masonic dinner at St. f world l ft v llsteners that "if peace doesn't come, there will be •out" hp -J are usten ing to one who knows what he is talking "berg.r sald ." and *• that advisedly." Senator Richard L. the Am speaking in N ew York last week at the Roosevelt Day Dinner there T' ans for Democratic Action, said that he was convinced %  nhower AH a rela,lonsh 'P between campaign contributions and the referri > ministration 8 / rogram on natural resources. Neuberger pttini rioM 8 tne o^^ore oil, water power, grazing and lumber week th K" Federal lnd President Eisenhower confirmed r^isnOno •• had a P prov ed the hiring of Wolf Ladeiinsky by the P that h V J ns Adn >inistration. This was the first direct word from yth au, h ad Pefsonally stepped into the case Prof. Henry DeWolf |tomic bomi i hi stonc Smyth Report on the development of the "W'cist So ared at a recent New York meeting of the American ladersi thaMh that Pnvc sist8 mu st remind military and political p edom of A stren 8th of science is based on freedom of inquiry. ) ace


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&AY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955 + 3ewist fk>rktton pen lunations to Receive XJ National rard Here Continued from Pj 1 A 101 of Jacksonville and a 1u er of the Florida Scottish |t Consictary and Morocco „!c Shrine of Jacksonville. > community leaders were from among a number of by the awards com, of Ni'CJ. consisting of L Ames M. LeGate, Max Oro C p.ircn Tharp. Carl iklc. S-P^ t^^bu ch and Dr. din*.' teei jem *# %  feMtlnij e major laith^. have also been en to receive teenage regional awards for their outstanding munity service. teenagers to be honored are aid Adler. Albertha B. Johnand pill Renuart. Those receivIbe OlrlUlWw of Merit are i Bioniaa, Havona Caldwell, lonicPnOeSri. Alcxe Freeman, dia ciallo and Charles Mcur. embers of the awards commititlecting the teenagers were Hall, associata superintendent. c CoOntv School System; Reta and Oraldine Rooks, Y teen dors, YWCA; Rev. A. Waldie iyd and Moses Perry of the ?A Staff: Benjamin Porch. Conor. Dad* County Allied :h: Jerry Carver. Southeastern sional director, B'nai B'rith Ih organization; Gilbert J. Baldirector. Anti Defamation ue of B'nai B'rith: and Dr. Jail, (.unninyham, director, NC Idler has been active in the ai B'nth Youth Organization I was nominated to receive a ReNCCJ award by Carver. He nerly directed the BBYO proin Miami. Adler has been vc in the program of the NCCJ ^rgroup Youth Council since and is vice president of the Bcfl, liss Johnson is a senior student Purse y High School and a memof Saint Agnes Episcopal rch. Renuart is a senior at MiEdison Senior High School. |i> president of Allied Youth at ai Edison and of I)de County, Responding secretary of Edison eel Club, a member of the NaHonor Society and recording tetary for the NCCJ Intergroup Bth Council. labbi Max Shapiro, former fitual leader of Beth David Congation. and former member of NCCJ regional board, will rea Certificate of Recognition the national NCCJ religious •nizations commission for his Iribution to the cause of brothFIND YOUR YAHRZCIT DATE! rhi.s calendar Is free to our readers. "W 1W1 to IfSS. AU Jewish ,M, P U 1H4. "" %  %  a Calsij **"f" ** %  ••" %  Hebrew| i writ. jort^ort or letter to: "•JHrtHzeo^Don. HW"wr|h J, p^ .< 7&Z AUGUST BROS RvV _' \ hc at \i i PAGE 13 A manship" program of the Seminary, will sum up the program in the United States as it has developed in the past two years. Shoshana Ravid and Oka Ido in a dramatic moment from "Khamishia"—five tales from Israel. Sponsored by Micmi Hadassah. this English-speaking film opens Tuesday at the Cinema Theatre for a three-day enqagement. Tickets are available through Hadassah or at the box office. Beth David to Contribute To Mount Sinai Blood Bank Mobile unit of Mount Sinai Blood Bank will be stationed at the Beth David Auditorium on Sunday morning, Feb. 20, to reeeive blood donations from Beth -David Men's Club members and their wives, announced Max Jacobson, president. A Sisterhood committee headed by Mrs. Bert Sher, will act as hostesses for breakfast whichwill be served to all donors. Charles Spingam. Blood Bank chairman, assisted by Lou Rdsenson. Nathan Gaines and Morris Atkins, have organized a telephone campaign. Channing to Address Lions Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach consulting engineer, will be guest speaker at the Edison Center Lions Club Monday noon, Feb. 21. dunning will discuss engineering in civil defense and in Ihe community, as part of National fihgineerc Weak activities. Channlrif' IsFlorida State chairman of Engineers Week JWV Post Plans Tag Day Mayor Harold Shapiro, former Commander of Miami Beach Post No. 330, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, will kickoff JWV's annual Tag Day here Monday, Feb. 21. Herman Sokolow and Mrs. Sally Sold/ are co-chairmen. Proceeds are for Veterans Hospital and welfare work. Headquarters for the drive will be at Senior Vice Commander Harry Cohen's Hotel New Yorker. Rabbi Geffen Will Occupy KWMoWW Mday Rabbi Joel S. Geffen, national director of the department of field activities and community education of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will occupy the pulpit of the North Shore Jewish Center as guest speaker at late Friday evening services. Rabbi Geffen is also Seminary representative to the Executive Council of the United Synagogue of America and spiritual and administrative advisor of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. His topic will be "Spiritual Growth in the Atomic Age." 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PAGE 4B -.fr-'f*W-aVg*7 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY i!d9SS PERSOXAUTIES IX WOltUt PAXOHAMA Herzl's Appearance Seen Turning Point in Historv, Affairs of Jews By OR. GEORGE HERLITZ It is customary to divide the course of history into several epochs in order to make the trends and the connection between the various events more distinct and comprehensible Best known among these systems is the division of the history of Western nations and peoples into ar.uqui^y. middel ages, modern times and present time. Jewish historians attempted sometimes to apply this classification also to Jewish history' without always stressmg sufficiently that the events which mark a caesura in the history of other peoples are not always identical with the milestones in Jewish history. Here we wish to confine ourselves to stating and establishing that "the present time" of Jewish history begins undoubtedly with Theodor Herri's appearance in Jewish public life, i.e. with the year 1896. when his pamphlet "The Jewish State" was published. It is improbable that there is a Jewish historian who would try to deny this fact For those who are not experts in Jewish history this short essay shall explain and demonstrate why Herzl's appearance marked a decisive change in Jewish history. "Modern Times" in Jewish history began with the emancipation, the granting of equal civil rights ,n the countries of Europe. On the one hand, the Jews were leaving the ghetto and giving, up seclusion from non Jewish environments which had been partly forced upon them by the laws of the state, partly self imposed. On the other hand, they were increasingly accepting the culture and civilization of the peoples among whom they lived, while relinquishing voluntarily characteristic features of their separate life. During the "middle ages" the central tendency of Jews had been the preservation of their religious and national entity and integrity. The "modern times" of Jewish history in Western and Central Europe —in Eastern Europe this development took place in a different period—were marked by efforts to promote assimilation This tendency was so strong that towards the end of the 19th century, owing to intermarriage and to baptism, the danger of a complete disappearance of the Jewish community loomed Urge, while at the same time the opposition of the nonJews to the penetration of the Jews into the political and social fabric of the State fas steadily increasing. The Jew; >.: Western and %  -rcpe seemed to approach : of their existence as a separata and recognizable pe. r!r Bui for the cooserving power (tea which somewhat retarded the process of ir.teeri-... n. the Jewlously condemned thou extinction as an ethane _-::>. without having received in return complete civic equi the non Jews to accept them wttlr out economic and In this ytuati logically was mos ractery for the Jews. T fceo d toc :-:-. Judenstaat calied for a ret am to Jewishness. Rather a long tune passed before the 2. r.:. impact of this call was discernible However, it produced indirect r immediately in Eastern and Central Europe After the initial publication of the "Jewish State" a distinct change occurred in the spiritual set-up and attitude of this Jewry While the general tendency had been to conceal, suppress and abandon everything • that feral consciously and conspicuously Jewish, a remarkable reaction to this trend set in at the beginning of the 20th century. Instead of fleeing from Judaism and the Jewish peo; pie and of relinoaiishiag Jbeir spe; cific elements, many Jews on their own volition returned to Jewish \ values; instead of negating or be ; httling the connection with the ; Jewish people they placed particular stress on it. This strengthening of the Jewish consciousness went to such length, as to reaffirm the solidarity of the Jewish people all over ihe world which had almost Dan ^forgotten in the course of the long years of assimilation. Jewish life in Central and Western Europe was characterized after Herzl's death by a revival of Jewish tradition or, to say it in Herzl's own words: a return to Judaism and to the Jewishpeople before the return into the Jewish country. Krfkaa MUsttim fin! 1ar at 1* AT THE MOVIES DINOSAURS AND VIOLINS. Poim by Hy Sobiloff. Foreword by Conrad Aikan. Now York: Farrar, Straus and Young. 64 pp. $230. By HILARY MINDLIN IT IS very difficult to say what is good poetry and what is bad Between 'these two cattfJMH terms lies an immense range of gradations, numberless combinations of the components of poetry. •That is to say, a poem may have : fine relationship among its parts but be weak in its imagery; it may have excellent images but bad, raja.UomJups; it may have imagery Mid relationship but be unrhythmjc; and so on. endlessly. Whether or not a poem is "good," therefore, depends to a large extent on the emphasis which is pMc• %  -...:.unL> rloDoH o n Film Folk and Musicians In Hollywood Happenings By LEON GUTTERMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD — Hnllvwood actors and actresses made a record breaking 3,812 personal appearI that Jack Be*ny mutt have been but 11 years old in 1827. Since he is only 39 BOW. that is. cd by the reader—or critic; every one who reads is a critic, as SOQ. ; as a value judgment of some sort is made—upon any of these th* : qualities of poetry. Although da cisions can certainly be made to! tellectually. very often, in the end. ; they come down simply to „ mattst of taste, and at this point. rvm man is oo. his own. P And truTj think, is qualification enough* "Dinosaurs and Violins." MR HY Sobiloff is a genuine and a serious poet. He Is what one could perhaps call an ^'hnjirp^Km. is! poet, if it is permute-: t.v^fef. row the vocabulary of one ( the graphic arts. He has a prccocioas : flare for imagery which v delightful and often astonishing '^re ;are, one feels, bits of nudity cap. tured in some of his thras caught on the wing, atil w*o."sil| held fast and beating there. For example: A shore light dftaw#rat*>.aa_a* ances for patriotic and public serv,._ __ w f „ •£;.. • •*•"• %  •'> ,u ** aa^fmtHmm. (less works is on exhibit In Israel. powerful enough in its portion t ice national and community enter-, A girlvzating the nusseum there carry the tension of thejfem. prises last year. Also. 476 performwent up-to the ancient'instrument I and dashed off a few notes. Then V 2* s she got'its Whin and asked the atUNDOUBTEDLY MX. S biloffo tendaat if any great musicians had freshness and fidelity ol jo.ion k tur Rutunstem was here Just a few' tha he a oS^^ m SLITS „ w weeks a*" b. Info** bar. WtJ^etrlSIl^^ *, ifcj I MI ppeoe he played iomething \ many of his poems aeem merely • ers appeared without compensation on 555 single or continuing events while establishing this record num ; ber of personal appearances. Near; ly one half of the personal appearances were made by 188 performwho were sent to entertain in this country and ers servicemen abroad. THE WORLD OF SPORTS Greenberg May Still %lake Sportsmen's Hall of Fame By BILL WOLF JTA The recent voting for additions to baseballs Hall of Fame makes it look as though Hank Greenberg is a cinch to be voted in on the balloting next time. As was anticipated by most columnists. Hank didn't make it this year. However. Hank topped the list of those who weren't selected, and his total votes were increased over the tally on the previous vote taken among the nation's sports scribes. Hank got 157 votes There were only three other players who broke the 100 mark. Thus it looks as if the writer* will finally get around one of these days in the near future, to putting the name of Hank Greenberg up where it belongs among the baseball players in the Hall of Fame Of course, there can always be some switches to upset the applecart. However, it is difficult to see how the writers can any longer avoid naming Hank, at least not if the Hall of Fame is to continue having so much meaning attached to iL Without question. Hank ranks among baseballs greats, and it is only too bad that he hasnt made it sooner. In connection with the Hall of Fame, there is mounting pressure for a change in the voting regulations. As it stands now, a player t must be out of active duty for at ; least five years before he can be considered eligible for being in the Hall of Fame. Many have objected I to this, since it excludes some top athletes who should'**' up there It appears likely that some change on this point will be adopted. • • • Ruffy SUverstein. the wrestler twaosn many of you may have seen on TV. used to be a plumber. He's now doing very well in the wrestling game. Ruffy. whose real name is Ralph Simcha SUverstein, is from Chicago. He has taken a special interest recently in teaching the art of i wrestling to blind young men. He j has found that wrestling gives peo| pie without eyesight confidence in themselves. • o • A wealthy Chicago awning manufacturer has been making boxing his bobby and has been backing some up-and-coming fighters He is Bernie Glickman. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benny observed the 28th anniversary of their beautiful .on it." said the girl. "Not ^at •IV;' replied the atten dant qdKlyr."He K*W be did not feel worthy to touch'it." • • • VioImilffta'fhVri' *ftilstein. who made his American debut with the flimsy framework onjtAch to haaf. a bright collection aSla^rskeletons bedecked wit^jlibieThk; is image-making, all right, but ifine poem is, happily, of much; sterner stuff. STTT*' Many of the poems I liked witH wedding this week with a quiet New Y ork Philharmonic Symphony out reservation-"He Haw .'"Lea* celebration at their Beverly Hills jUst 35 years ago. has Wared on Frog," "Alley" nd "Little 3 home Jack and Mary were mar-; more radio concerts recently than r i — %  ned January 1927 ta Jack 1 home„ y single vlolinist in JgJ J un n own. Uaukegan, 111. The cornedTO, very ^ masW g* ,n first met hi. -faun-h* W.1^,, frien / £ ^JJ an first met his wife-to-be in Seat tie when his friend, Zeppo Marx, arranged a blind date for him. The date was Mary, who was only 12 years old at the time. Everyone thought the gag was very' funny, except young Mary. Five years later, Jack again met her, this time in Los Angeles, and they began dating. A year later she joined Jack in CfBcago, where he was playing a vaurijhwlle date, and they were married. The union has been a happy and enduring one, professionally as well as domestically. Shortly after Jack began his radio series, Mary joined him on the show and they have appeared together professionally ever since in both radio and television. The most remarkable feature of their long marriage is. of course. studied with Jascha's violin teacher, the etolrMtf Leopold Aucr in his native Russia. Milstein made his first concert tour Jt $gart apyed number of jOintTecrfcl**., a pa* tHe pianist Vladimir Hncowiiz. Cat" are among those which canal off excellently wuU. I feel Mr.; Sobiloff is certainrj* a promising! poet of range and perception. Than he is published by Fan-ar. Strata and Young is pertsQaiVtheasuflr] of his future and a tribute % %  then dedication to the progress of liierfi ture. It is not often AaAie^ port* get published by toV Bdu^-v^ it is nice when-tlieged<> MMtfU^A^iONS Vf(,V tions an ReichstflMfif So absurd are I sidered by 11m tia .V f By ARTHUR LEWIS %  UNITED NATIO.NS-T^e execu-, — — in or the two JeVs-Ih'Egypt is tn attempt to blameah regarded at the United Nations as foreign CommuniatPlkW ofle ofjhe-atjrst examples of po-| 8 t* fire which ^^TjtOf" CS C0lr7 observersi here, that they • i J ua *|fcred witK andful Reich Iftical murder since the days of the was set by thTNaairftSwelves. Nazis, to iatf. theaoioalWd "sabo-l's believed by ma^HltW'hat tH tage for which these men were burning of the public building!,' need bears, a h6*ftle reserh-1 •• doala at the ortEWoWftV^Egyoj niakaA orf oiance. in the minds of manv diploi <'an Government ia> afjjy '" "'• mats hero, to a imiUract of %  s abothe Jews a scapegoatTor some Arttr lahiattala •age" in Germany. The burning of the Reichstag building. With 13 others. Dr. Moshe Lieto Maraouk and Shrnuel Aar. the !" *t"> scapegoat 101 j* 1 iU own mistakes ari iWtfSWVu'e-, The only difference between ther Reichstag fire trial and this EgyP7 tian (ire trial." *MR0Rf' -as wo martyred Jews, were accused C tffuS \J?XBkv*: nS'^e? ,t b mbK '" ,hp ,c whire^^JSSurt a, .; ^e" ,n Catro aid 0 !? 1 ""} Ub r ^t o^• %  0,,Iy there was an entrWestern attitude | wlHed-IMHchman cwhSd^'w D '" tgypt iLubbe w M contlctellantl execute*



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PPjpAY, F EBRUARY 18, 1955 LEGAL NOTICI -Jenls* fkrfjitr PAGE 15 B ~^ !" E X? SE'LAW T,T,OU8 v.iTK'K 18 HEBBBT GIVEN that nnVrsigni .1. desiring to engage In undei the fl< tltioua name of ';! %  ;MAH MOUSE OI BEAUTY, at .' ,,'„ .u S7th Btreet, Intends lo rep,1 „;,„„ %  With the Clerk.of the %  • %  "• %  '%1:KTI-\^;^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NO NAME LAW NOTICE ls HEREBY GIVEN thai .,'. undersigned, desiring to engage, la under the fli-tltlous jiame of THE .-OMAN COMPANY (not Inc.). i: 2nd Ave., Miami, Intend .",!..i-t, %  mid name with the Clark ,.,' n ,r rirctiii Court of Dade County, HENRY COHAN \l\.\ COHAN S > NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS j NAME LAW .,-,,TI'K IS IIKItKKY %  ; I \ i :Nthat %  >d, ii' .MI Inn to engage. In ml, i ill.fl.tltious names or SKY INSURANCE, BAR. HKKNKY INSURANCE!, H. i 'ilERNKV INSIRANCE AOBNCY, HUti'l.U M BERNE* INSURANCE ,N, V U. II HERNEY AGENCY, .%  H. HKRNEY AGENCY, a< I Ingler SI Intends to register ,n srlth the i'lurk of the Clr, oi Dade County, Florida. i i.|i II BBRNBY, Sola I la ner IIEiiMA* I IIKK'I'W Attorney f'-i Applicant ;•„• w Ha* lei St. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M __, .,, NAME LAW |AU^VN h V{*raHf? Miami An rot. nd to regiati name with the ClerU of the t otui ..f Dane County. Florida klBHTBIlAaAI. ^ il VK !.11 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTK'K IS HEREBY GIVBN thai leraigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of t, UII.NEK INSURANCE vi:i:.vcY, at TII Tint St., Miami Intetid i" register said name i i. • k of the 'it culi Court of uni j Florida SEYMOUR KBIT ALBERT VVII.NER ;: I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IIKRKBY GIVBN th.it Kned, desli Ing to engage in the fictitious name of II w I:I.I:V a LOAN CO., at N n i h Miami >. i %  Miami IX, In-.iii MI me a iiii the • Court of Dade r 1ENE i: SI I MM E ItS, Sola i m n.-r KR SAAL Ippllcanl | Bldg. %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE I COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176002 IIINE V I'ASKEVICH, Plaintiff, %  [Al'AM .I'ASKEVICH, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE | VDA.M S I'ASKEVICH "ADDRESS L'NKNl >\\ N" %  DJ in. in ..I lliiit ;i lliil t foi Divorce has boon and > mi are rsQuli ve |ij <.r your Anawer or i < omulalnl on lorney, I'.WIH I.E'. w 12th AM. Miami, the original Answei %  office ol the Clerk Court on or before the • l'. i.i uary, IMS. If you gmeni by defaull will l for I he relict iii the Hill of Complaint hall be published once onsi. I.I is.M aeka in I UK JI-:\\ ISII I |,i i|<] | i| \\ l>XE VN HlKRED al Miami, 1 %  '2tth da) ..i January, i' I.EATHERMAN, .II < lourt, ill Floi Ids II* JOAN COI'RNOYER. 1 SealJ 11. put) Clei k • N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE | th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND "?.^. D ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN •CERY. No ,78367 1'A.NMt, IIGTHMAN, PhUnUff, '•i-Ai'Vs itoTHMAN. Derendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  I.AK1S ROTH MAN lorcheeter Road llrooklj a. N'eM v... i, ,,'"' WtK HEREBY Ni 'TII'IEI' %  Plaint for Divorce was filed "i ^ .ni are required to file ei with the Clerk ..f this III "OM ."."' '" %  en.a oopy niM.n '•.^•AN T ISIS. HOI congres s Miami, Florida, Plaintiffs n or I,. f,,i-,. Uic Illli dav of .I.T.(I. I'll, otherwise the allegations "I in.(ornplalnl will be taken as COM'essed h) >•„„ 1 "I it Miami. Klorlda. this 3rd %  i -.I I-.-liruai y. in:,:,. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. 'lerk of the Circuit Court Miami. Inule County. Florida I > \N M. \V. STOCKING, liri.M.v "epim Clerk iii.I.. MAN T. ISIS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNO** FICTITIO „ NAME LAW aS^TBRMfJI^ Dade County, Florida MURRAY LKVINK OBNET OB§ET LEV,NK Attorneys tee Applicants ISO I, in,-..In |;,| 2/11-1X-26 — 3/4 n't',"'."'f or IM in tiff ii". '"tigress lluilding. Miami. Florida N ?Zr?2 ry JUDGES' COURT Finn,?,? FOR DADE COUNTY. h, ?," A ., ,N PROBATE. No. 3466S B in It, EKTATR OF MORRIS I.KIlss. |....eased To Hi^ T CE TO CREDITORS „,, • ''editors and All Parsons. Bav!,tajnu. „i Demands Against Said il'l I,. '!'""' l,, ed us aforesaid, nr name ">e i4-. u r I1?\ %  •• ••cOon 73J 10 of r Mi I'mhate Act. W--SSIE I.KI.ss ,'. !" 'lrl of the Last Will \ ... e*tiiment of Jf 'H.\,,N l l K i? '-KKSB. Deceased. A't.imA;', l> ;> l :N SON PBRRY • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |, EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No UM37 8ANPORD GROS*BAftT PUIntiff \ s. ANNE GROSSBAHT. Dofendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE I' i ANNE OROSRBART 1 Johnson Avenue Newark. N.J. You are nerebj notirie.i imn : %  Kill of Complaint for Divorce ha. been riled IIKHIIISI you, and you are required to serve s ropy ..f your Answer oi Pleadlu to the It.il or Complaint on the iii.-iiiniff Attorney, HENRY \l CAIN, Hit w. Planter Bt Miami! .1 .and file the orlslnai Answei .., Plead IIK III h.offl i the clerk ,,r the Circuit c,,i„t on or before lUe 11th day of March, 195.-,. ir you rail to do s... JudBment by default will be taken analnsi jrou for the i,ii,f demanded o the Rill of Complaint I'liN notice shall he published on, ,. ,'"'.!,. v V.'' k '"' four consecutive weekt In I HE JEWISH Fl.iUilDlAN .DONE AND ORDERED al Miami Florida, thli %  •iii day of I-'. AH. LI i: H LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Ciiiiiit Court, Dade County. Florida B) WM. W. STOCKING ',',.'.'<.'.";. ''"'""' s, : ''' Deputy Clerk HENRI M CAIN Attoi ney for Plaintiff K18 Brest ii... Ii r si Miami, Florida Z/U-1S-3S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175,621 JiiSEl'H RICII.M \\ RITA DARW1SH, Defendant NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION %  I'n RITA DARWISH Defendant, Reslda n. • and add esa unknown, ho la i.. : i i Ins hei %  if v the State of ilot i la f Of proc ess. You are hi i. by notified thai %  i tornplaint for f l osure of Chattel Morttane. Injunctlve Relief ami other Relief has been filed agalnal you, ami you are 1 1 quired to let %  • a i opy ,.f "in PIi sd us to th.fomplalnl on the irne>, HENRY M CAIN, and in Isjlnal I :. adlni I" il "n. "f the t.'lerk of thCircuit c i ,,,, ,,,• ,.,.(,,,,. the mil day of March, IK! if yog fail to do so, ludnmenl bj default will be taken BSjaTnsl ) '• i for the I %  Handed in the i 'ompli ml This suit -• 'h il l.-l Mot tSS(;e held by Plalntlfl business known ;.-i '•JOE'S LI'NCHBONETTK", 1 f> !i N W 1st Kvi III, Mi.in i Flo nl. i. toc.ih.r with the rurnlshlnSeS, furniture, fixtui ei •"> k, equlpmenl. es i-iinla II.-. I Hi. Dated ;ir Miami, Florida, 'his Mb %  la] ..f Februai r, II i: li l EATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, l M.i. i I.IIIU\ Ifloi Ida l M W STdi 'KING, I • itj Clei k HENRY M c UN kttorne) r..i t'l.ilntifr w Ftairler Street 1 I.M iiia 2/ll-lK-r. :: I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 172404-A SAMI'BIJ ARONS ami S1DEI.I.K II ARI INK, his "ii. I.mis SMALL, iniiiMii-.i.iii> anil as Executor of the Ksta f ETIIKI. SMALL W \l:\IA\. .I... I: ami KITH LIBOWITZ, Plaintiffs, LOUIS R. MILLER and ESSIE MILLER, his wife; 1,1'i'V KnltSIN as Kxeciitilx of the Estate of .MORRIS KOHSI N. .lens.-.I. 1.1'CY KoltsiN. Individually. Ll'CY KORSCN, as devisee under th. l^nt Will and Testament of MORRIS KORSt'N, deceased GLORIA COHEN. a.k.a. GLORIA KORSCN COHEJs. Individually and as heir of the Estate of MORRIS RORJBL'N, decease.1. I>efendsnts. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LOPIS R MILLER and ESSIR .MII.LI:R 1001 Jerome Avenue New York City, New York Von and each of you are hereby notified that a Complaint for MortCafa rorecloaure as Amended. b> that certain Third Amendment or Supplemental Pleading to Complaint For Mortsace Foreclosure as Amended. has been fllcl aKalnst yog, and each of you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to said Complaint as Amended, on Plaintiffs' attorneys, GENET ft OENBT, '-' Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clei k of ihe Circuit Court of the above st)led Court on or before the i .iii day of March, n 1 "'-"'. If yawl fall lo ito so a Decree Pro ConfeasD will l>e entered against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint as Amended. DONE \NI> ORDERED, at Miami. Klorlda. this lt| dn> "f Februai-v l'.... R Ii. LEA rHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By: it II RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk GENET ft GKVKT Attorneys for Plaintiffs 420 Uncoln Rosd. Mlsnil Beach. Fla. 1/11-18-:; — l/t %  y jmsmm IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE £!-f^ ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176060 JAMBS ii MC GlNNNESff, Plaintiff BALLY THERS8A MC GIINNI-:SS. Ilefeliibllll SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAI.LV THERESA MC OL'INNESS iS Alpine Mi,-, i Rmbury, Massachusetts TOU ai,hereb) notified thai .i Bill "f complaint for Divorce baa been filed against you. and squired to serve a copy of your Pleading, to the Hill of Complaint on tlw plaintiffs Attorney, CHARLES I COI HSHON, KH(J „o, Uncoln Road Miami Beach, Florida, and rile the original Answer or Pleading in the Office "f the Clerk o| th I'll. Hit 1 mi"ii Or before Ihe {3rd 'lav of rein ii.,i ) Hi., |f ,-,,„ (l) || ,,, ,|,, „.,, JnilKio.nl by defaull will be taken against ...ii f... threlief demanded in the "in ol c plaint Tins notice snail o. published onoe each week for four consecutive weeki in THE JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED .il Miami. Florida, this 25th daj ..i January, A.D. 13.', E B. LBATHERMAN, %  l.-rk. Circuit I '..in t. I la.bi -..IIII' \ l-'l.irul.i By i: li RICE, IR ill i '.mi i s.ali Depul %  "lerk I M — 1-u-is LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ibat the undei signed, deali Ins i.u ineas undi i the I ante of s. B IRBECCE, at 250 Opa Locka lihd i i|,a l^ocka, Intend to ri i i II nil.with the i lerk of the Circuit Court of I i.-i.i. County, Florida. CHARLES T BROWN ETHEL M BRl IWN HENRY NORTON Attoi n.v for Applli anta mil Seybold Bide. 2/4-11 -is-: 1 ", NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176320 EMM AI.ITA ELIZABETH KOCCR, Plaintiff, \ a, JOSEPH K'I.CII: |.. f. i SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH Kni'l P. Si Holly Street Alll.ili n. \. w Y..I k You. Joseph Ko.-iii. ai.hereby notified iii.H a Bill ..f Complain) foi Divorce h.i. been filed agnlnst you, and you are i equlred to serve a co Answei "i Pleading to the Bill "f Complaint mi Ihe plaintiff* Attorney, REN ESSEN, l-:-i| I ill Heybold Bldr., Miami, Floi i.i.i. ami file i he Answer or Pleading In the ..fli. ..:' the Clerk of the Circuit Conn on or Ith da) of Man h, 19 11 you fall to .I., BO, Judgmi ni by < li will be taken agalnsl you ror the relief demanded In the Rill •• Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED ..i Miami. Florida, this 2ml day of 1-Vbni.n \, AD. I i: n LBATHERMAN. i 'Irk. i ';r< ill i '..nil. I aiie i 'ounty, l*"i.-: Ida By JOAN COI'RNOYER, ill ecu i Beal) i '.-I' itj i'.i k BEN ESSEN All..in.\ f..i Plaintiff p.i I Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida :"i-n -' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175942 ALFRED H. MUSS, plaintiff, vs. ESTHER M. MOSS, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION rOU", ESTHER M. MOSS, address unknown, are heiel.v i equlred to serve a OOpy Of your Answer to a Bill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's Attorney. RoilKRT .1 LEWIS! IN. 701 l'.iscuyne lliilldlng. Miami, Florida, and file the original With the Clerk of the above atyted Court, on or before the 2Sth day of February or a default will be entered against you. DATED al Miami, Florida, this 20th day of Janii.it \. 1155. E P. LEATH8RMAN, clerk. I'lrcult Court B) WM w STOCK rNa Deputy ci.-ik 1 /2S — I/l-ll-m IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1 OP THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 176329 BERYL I> WOHLPARTH, Plaintiff \ I A I.PERT .1 WOHLPARTH. 11. f.-ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO ALBERT .1 WOHLPARTH P I log 41 Cobleskill. New York You anhereby notified thai a Rill Of Complaint for liiyoic. has I..-, n filed agalnat \<>u and you are required to aerVe %  cony <>f your Anawer i" the Bill of Complaint upon the Plaintiffs Attorney, Irwlh 8 Futerfaa, Sun. (ol Terminal Building, Coral Gablea, Dade County, Florida, and file th.original in the "ffi i the Clerk of the Circuit on or before the 7th day or March, per,, otherwise the Complaint for Divorce heretofore fll.-.l herein will be taken ., onfeaaed b] > ..u Dated al Coral Gablea, Dade Countv. Florida, tins 2nd da) ..f February, 1955. E. B LBATHERMAN, i "lei k of Ihe Circuit Can t B) WM W STOCKING, I >eput) clerk 2/4-11-1S-25 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In 1. Ineas undei the flctltloua name of COMMERCIAL l..\NHSC\ PEP.s. il Hi SI Miami Reach. Intend to i -ii.1 name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. SIDNEY TELLER ANTON M, KRONENBPRG HAROLD TANNEN Attorne) f"i Applicants I0M Becurlt) itldg. 2/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HHOREWOOD AI'TS. at South shore Drive, Miami Beaoh, l-'ior Ida, intend t" register said name with the ci.rk of the circuit c.,uri ..r Dade 'i.uiii I c.ri.la SAM I BELSKY ELSIE s BELSKY ARONOV1TZ, AllnXiiVITZ ACAIDIN Attorneys for Sam .1 Belaky and Elsie s Bi 2/4-11-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PAUL'S CITIES SERVICE STATION, al HOI N W tnd Avenue. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JAMES R. MACE—10071 RI IBBRT l LBWIBON, ESQ. Attorne) for James R. Mace 1 .". — '_' 1-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176160 DOROTHY M. WHITE, Plaintiff. \ s. EARLE It. WHITE, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EARLE It WHITE, :il Ridge Avenue, Paganlr. New Js You are hereby notified thai I i 'omplalnl for I i\ orce bai been fill i i i; -i Insl you, and > ou at i required i" ser\*e a copj of mn Answer in Pleading to the Hill of Coi on the plainiiff's Attorneys, MYERK HEIMAN AKAPLAN, 650 Sevbold Hulldlng, Miami. Plortda, and file ihe I Answer or Pleading in the of of ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Tib day ol Mat %  h, 1(51. If you fail to d Judgment in .i.-fault will be taken agnlnal you for the r.-iief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN ,l>o.\E AND ORDERED al Miami Florida, this nth day of January. A.D. 1955 E 1!. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By M. ''. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clert MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN. Attorneys for Plaintiff :,(! Sells.1.1 Hulldlng. Miami. Florida 2/4-11-18-2.. IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 1771 REESTATE OP ISAAC ROSKNCARTKN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N( iTICE ls hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge aExe.Mit.ir of the estate of ISAAC ROSENiARTEN. deceased; and that on the 7th day of March, l"'-''. I wl" apple to the Honorable W. r. RI. ANTON. I'ounty Judge of Dade County. Florida, for appioyul of said final re|K.ri and for final discharge ai Exe. -utor of the Bauu of ISAAC P.IISI:M:ARTKN. deceased This 31st dav of January. I !" }.— CHARLES ROSBNGARTE! AAltoN M KANNER Attorney for Charles Rosengart.n 2/4-11-16-J3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage in i under the rictltloua name >\[ M'.i'i:. a k a PAl'L C. SCH I AND ALSO ALL I SKNOWN PERSONS, HEIRS. DEVISEES, GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES', I.I l-.'NiiRS. i REDITOR.S, TRUSTEES i IR INY OTHER CLAIMANTS, CLAIMING BI THRI II OH, L'NI lEH i III AGAI SST ANY I IP THE ABOVE NAMED DEPENDANTS WIN I M \ V DEAD AND NOT KNOWN To BE DEAD i iR ALIVE, AND ALSO M.I. L'NKNl IWN PERSONS, PARTIES, • I -A I M ANTS. AND DEFENDANTS HAVING OR CI.AIMINI; in HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE < >lt INTEREST IN ..u in THE PRi IPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS c.MSE AND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED. I i, fend.nils. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: P '' BCHAEDE, a k a PAl'L .' BCHAEDE, A.hir.ss unknon n. AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS, HEIRS DEVIKEE8, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, MENORS, CREDITORS, TRCSTEE8 nil ANY OTHER CLAIM \\T.il. 'l.MlNti HY, THROUGH, I'NDER OR AGAINST ANY Ol THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO MAY HE DEAD AND NOT KNOWN TO HE DEAD OB ALIVE, AMI ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS PARTIES, CLAIMANTS \.N|i DEPENDANTS HAVING oR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE OK INTEREST IN nil TO THE PROPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS CAUSE AND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED: VHl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file with in.ci.-ik of the above styled Court at Miami. Had.County. Florida, on or before the I4th daj of March, Is."..'., your written pleadings to an action to quiet and confirm title to, and for removal of Hen from the following described property, and other re i'-ract ;:. of FLORIDA FK1IT LAND CO.'8 subdivision. In Section 23. Township : %  :! South. Range 40 East, containing in acres more or less, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook I, at Page 7 of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida; as above styled, and to serve a copy thereof within the time set forth above, upon S Hlalr Rons, Attorney for Plaintiff. 12*7 Blocayne Hldgr. Miami. Florida, in default of which a lecree I To Confesso may lie entered against you Hai.-d at Miami. Dsde County. H.nida, this 8th day of February. A.D.. E H. LBATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida Li .Ii iAN COI'RNOYER. Deputy Clerk l/Il-lg-H — 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In | business under the fictitious name of MAROO'S BEAUTY BALON, at 1*151 W. Dixie Highway Intends i" register said name with the Clerk of the Cll %  Bull Court of Hade County. Florida MARGI DUDLEY, %  Is i in — z 4-n-ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAfHE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi buslneas undei the fictitious nami SLOPPY JOB'S, nt 2i" Baal Flagler • l. Miami. Florida, int.lids to reg later said name with the Clerk of tha dt Cult of Dade County, Florida ESTHER SILVERMAN, iwner AARON M KANNER Attorney for Bethel Sllyerman I JS — 2 i-ll-is PUT YOUR MONEY 10 WORK TODAY! 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Lun*V. P58RUARY 18, 18SS LeaderScheduled to Speak ^ ation in the rehabilitation of underprivileged Jewish people abroad. Reportedly the largest non-governmental vocational training agency in the world, ORT maintains over 300 tuition-free installations. Mrs. Jarvis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Howard, of Miami Beach, one of the founders of the OKIChapter hrc. Luncheon chairmen will be Mrs. Philip Stark and Mrs Frances Pol| lack. Mrs. Milton Perlman is journal chairman. Tercentenary-Birthday Affair >Je*st>fkr*&>r Nobl* Savage te be Reviewed At MMfcsMfr Mbit Xmtiay Sixth in the series of book reviews sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will take place Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 22, at Hibiscus Masonic Temple. Mrs. I. M. Weinstcin will discuss "Noble Savage," by Laurence and Elizabeth Hanson. Mrs. Donald Murray is scries coordinator. Proceeds go toward vocational training programs in Israel. PAGE 9 K Tots About Town... 71 Mrs. Serje tun/is Mr Serge Jarvis, of Stamford, fonn., member of the executive committee, atid leader in Women's Vmencan ORT. is visiting the breatrr Miami area on a speaking fcnd organizing tour. Inclmled in the schedule of her Activities here is a lunch and fashion flsow sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of ORT on Wednesday noon, Feb. 23, at the Fontainebleau hotel Mrs, Jarvis has made several |rips overseas recently to visit ORT Installations in Israel, Europe and Korlh Africa She will discuss the rork of the international organizPossibility of Peace Viewed Rabbi Lehrman in Address Men's Club of Temple Israel will hear Dr. Granvillc C. Fisher at a meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 22, in a discussion of "Is World Peace Possible." Dr. Fisher is chairman of the Department of Psychology at the University at Miami. Joint Jewrsh T e r centenaryGeorge Washington's birthday celebration has been planned by the Temple Emanu El Chapter of United Synagogue Youth for Sun-' da evening, Feb. 20, in the assentj bly hall of the religious school, the movie, "Hayim Solomon, American Ufnma|i Pt*ACf*n4Patriot," will be shown. Delegates I will be selected to represent the group at the forthcoming U.S.Y. convention jn Charleston, S.C., March II 19 14. All Star Shorn Smdf Once again, ''stars of show business have volunteered their talents for a worthy charity. This time it is foe the all star show being sponsored by fhe Dade County Chapter of the Florida Federation of the Blind. The four-hour variety show will be held at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday evening. George Pomerantz is president of the local group. Mr ; and Mrs. Robert Frank are being congratulated on their 1 marriage : fern. 23 in the Empress hotel trf'Aerfo'n Sdnntag. 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Mrs. Nathaniel Levin is chairman of the arrangements committee for the event with a group from the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations assisting her. including the Mesdames Aaron Farr. president. Milton Marbulis, Alexander Kogan, Maurice Serotta, Joseph Ruffner. Robert Mayer and Harold Thurman. From the Council of Church Women, members of the committee include the Mesdames J. J. McFarlin, president, Edward Ullrich, George Wheeler, Walter Beckham, Jr., and Caxton Doggett. Representatives of the Colored Council of Church Women are the Mesdames Edward Graham, chairman, Elizabeth Brown, Alberta Kerry and Esther A. Norris. l'llkliiBti.ii Stuillo WE'RE SMILING NOW Sandra and Susan Nathan insist. They are the daughters of Judge and Mrs. Raymond Nathan, 140 S.W. 27th rd. 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JIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955 *Je*lst Meridian PAGE 7 C >teran of Israel War to Speak Here residents of North Miami Beach \ ,ttend a community rally and LTfast in behalf of the Com1,1 lewish Appeal on Sunday ,„ Feb. 20, at Grandma's C hrn 163rd and Collins ave. bairman of the North Miami U Initial Gifts Division. Ber L ( | Koloff, has announced that Eh \uDonald, young American veteran of'the Israel War of InI dependence, will be principal — -peaker. 31*" fM McDonald volunteered in the -irufflle 4Ht Jewi.pcratinj* 'with JHaganah, helped bring homeless 'Jews from Euriugh McDonald ope to Palestine. ler in its combat forces he saw (iMii against the Arab invaders. ili Donald served as a crew memof the "illegal" refugee ship. ktikvah," which ran the British bkade of the Holy Land. In the Jurse of numerous trips, he ped transport 1,500 displaced ts to Israel. Captured on one of be voyages by the British auHlies, McDonald was jailed and prisoned on Cyprus for three nlh\r\e Combined Jewish Appeal entering its fifth week has 5.000 to go to achieve its 1955 C.c.ttlieb. Jean C, Lehman, Donald | Murray, A. Frank Welling. Other* ving will be Mesdame< David I Bass, Leonard Beldner, Morria Cojhen, Joseph Duntov, Leonard G. jEgert. Meyer Eggnatz, Irving Ger stenfeld, George A. Graham, Albert A. Green. Daniel Neal Heller, Harvey Herman. Sarah Holland! Max Jacobean, l.con Kaplan, Daniel Kindler, David Kirsh, Sidney I.efcourt, Laurence Leveneon, NalUutniel If. Levin, A. Herbert I Mathcs, Aaron Newman, Harry I Platolf, Harold Rand. Alexander Bobbins. Donald F. Rubin, Henry [Seitlin, Harry Seligman, Morris A. >I>. Paul Sobel. Joseph Spitzer. | Bernard A. Storlln*. Nat WaldzSOZS? War ShaW a d Harfy R P. resen,a,ives of building, insurance and investments groups are guests of campaign vice c hairman Leo Ackerman (seated center) at cocktail party in behalf of the Combined Jewish />|l IT I t MI Appeal. Accepting assignments in their professional group are seated (left to right) M. J. I*JA 1 1 flOCS MOntn KP e v ,ow,,z i ; Abe Kurman, Leo Ackerman. Norm an Giller and Henry Nelson. Standing (left to right) are Stanley C. Myers. Bill Groner. Sam J. Heiman. Ed Lei'tner. Al Sandier. William Edelman, Leo Hohauser and Ed Jlein. (cDonald will also be principal Bkcr it The Event of the Year" cheon sponsored by the WornDivision <>f the Combined -ii Appeal the adventurous soldier and fid traveler will appear on Monlon, Feb. 21, at the Beef Bird restaurant. |rMi Feingold, chairman of fund raising event, has anheed lhat a record turnout is i lo hear the addrc--by onald. mmittee assisting Mrs. fcgold with arrangements will lide the MCM lames Charles E. Lists Co-Chairmen In Fund Campaign February has been proclaimed "CJA Trades Month" by general campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman. Vice chairmen of the Combined Jewish Appeal John Serbin, Leo Chaikin, Leo Ackerman and Aaron Kravitz have been at work the past few weeks making 'final appointments of trades and professions leadership. Over-all chairman of Professions and Manufacturing is John Serbin, who this week announced the following -appointments: PHYSICIANS Mi.. n i, ,n David Klrwli. I ,,•!,, In I,,.,, i.. > In I 'E.VTISTH M .i ml, I 1 ham; \i unl Bea. h. IJr. II. rman K Merhlowtts LAWYERS Miami, I.. on A Kp•i'-i'i. '•' n Hi Zukemk-K. IM'NTANTH: Miami, Joseph A. i'..r IIK.M.TII RBBVICBS: Miami coi ihi1.1 in. HI. Hi Morns A. Klelnman: h COM halrmen, l ir r i nil i >r Jonaths n H H i OPTICIANS A.OPTOMETRISTS Miami ro-chal man I ir Murray Miller, Beckw :u an i I >r tfcnanuel Pushkin: Miami li.-arh. Waller VollWELFARE BERVK'BH. prof. \\ elhyr Rabbi Samuel M. .Ma.lii.i. ro• ttalrman MANUFACTURING: l-e aimkiriM. Tavern Proprietors Group confer with Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign vice chairman Leo Chaikin (seated right) and pledge their par ticipation in the annual drive. Shown seated (left to right) are Joe Marcus, Jay Weiss, co-chair man. Al Goldman, co-chairman, Leo Chaikin. campaign vice chairman. Standing are Sam O ber, Charles Toback, Murray Blane, Jack Krisel. Max Zalkin, Ed Binder. Louis Kusnick and Irv ing Hyman. 1 GIVE TO COMBINED JEWISH API %  IFECAMP AIGN-1955 61 •XII III' 975: I:. i nai >i R Btevi am, m trail chairman: Ham Ha4anea, Maurlo lauin an I ISmanuel J. bmlth, retail: Aaron Welnkle, wholeaale Martin I ml -Main i. Held, II Ian and JoMeph Cohen, kuaher batchers LIQt'OR Marvin Florman and Howard Piwuas, wholeaale: \i Gold man. bar ^ tavern; Ja) Weiss and Marvin la-\ In, AMl'SKMKNTlj taron !•' %  • Chris li.n,. RKSTAl'RANT EQUIPMENT: Jeroin.Ail. Iiiian. BEAUTY A BARBER SUPPLIES Chairman of the Finance and Investments Units Leo Ackerman, revealed the following appointments in nil group: Al:iMi'ri:i-rs \ irman M Oilier, if. 11 \ in Km acn Kill. I >KI:..\! I n I.I 1 -..! i %  %  r M html Bei i h, N'orman A Arkln, \'. i i :u SuHiman %  •> ; i :. %  • %  t liller PLI MBERS it k s Mlntsei. Marvin Mai ki Us and Kl.Kl'Wfl.WI, liar. .Ill f-' l< I I.XA.V.: & i.".\


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955 %  legist fkrMton PAGE 15 A Abe Kurman's Participation in CJA Campaigns Spurs Community Spirit The youth looked in wide-eyed aniaTomcnt al the two crumpled bills in his hand. All his. He had earned it. Even penny ol it. And ho had worked' a whole week—worked hard. The hoy glanced quickly around the dingy basement. Stacks of box, and crates, dusty rafters, s yellow bulb hanging from : like a malevolent eye. i boy run chores," the i Vd ho could look fori, ivmn two dollar bills (l .i of next week, every nothing more. daj vowed the little lad was small for his age—someday, he'd gel a job out in .the clean unshine. Somewhere, far gmy, porhaps. And the tiny dream of a tiny boj came true, for he has been living mi nearly 30 years in Miami, a successful business executive, a communal leader and happy he made a certain big decision in 1926. For it was in that dark year that A ho Kurman decided to come to Miami. And he'll tell you it's the one "right move" of his life-time. MrKurman agrees — except for the other "right move" Abe made in 1919. when ho married Nettie in Now York City. \IM< left behind hira the bitter memories of odd jobs, dreary days and the frail boy in the basement who wanted the sunshine. low who believed in the truth, above all. "No matter how much it hurt.-," be said. No one individual baa ibOWD greater,personal devotion than Abe in his (WO most beloved project-: tho Jewish Homo for the Aged and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. To him the Jewish traditional tenet of Honor. Thy Fain. Mother" ia guiding beacon. "We owe them everything we are," be declares "Fqriaka them not in their old age." the Jewish Home lor the has become a model "home-ofhopc" under Abe's inspired leadership. He has served as president for three consecutive years, received countless honors for his outstanding devotion and regards the recent Ablin Memorial building as a milestone in care of the aged in Florida. A book, not without its humorous episodes, could probably be written of Abe's amazing record of community service. No one can "sell" the story of human needs like Abe can. Much of the modern equipment at the Home is directly traceable to his personal efforts In contacting wholesalers and inviting their generosity. The Greater Miami Jewish Com Workshop on current problems aimed at strengthening democracy is held by the Miami Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Looking at a display board featurina educational Anti-Defamation League material* are the Mesdames Dorothy Mintzer, Bibi Fishman, Reggie Gladstons, Esther Spiegelman, ADL chairman for the chapter, Ray Cohen, Hilda Lazarus and Miss Pricilla Rosenfeld, Florida Reaional Office education director of the Anti-Defamation League, and Gilbert Balkin. Florida ADL director. man. And he did. He covered the munity Center, the Flagler-Granada prospects in an amazingly short Branch, the Beth El Synagogue and time. And there were good sized other institutions have presented gift increases in almost every case. Abe with plaques, certificates and I Seasoned campaigners couldn't awards for his unstinting service understand it. "How did you do The spirit and will of the man i i n hcir be ha,f \ Th u e Zionist r *• Abe?" everyone asked. who was later to be fondly dubbed 8<,n,Zd of America has made him "Anyone can be a good worker •Little Dynamite" could not be a'ifenicmher. He belongs to B'nai for something as big and important dimmed. He became a salesman. 5"'":. Be, h I)avld< ', he <*nter. the as this,' Abe responded. "This is : Mr.man. He sold silks !" ,he American Legion (Harvey the greatest sales item of our cenI was in the game almost 20 AS, Bays, with a far away look in his eyes. And then, lest you call him sentimental, he on.ck-. you might say I was in the cutting-HP trade." Then his eyes j crinkle at the corners and he breaks into the infectious Kurman j:nn. Asked to expound on the business of selling, Abe admits quite frankly bis inability to put into a feu words the formula for success. That's because he's a natural salesman. The man who last summer just ran up to New York" to purchase tho Harry Sinclair estate (oil), who owns the Patrician hotel on Miami Beach, the Saxon Motel in Miami and other interests—apparently has no trouble selling, or buying, for that matter. What brought Abe and Nettie Kurman to Miami m 1928? He aaya it was sinus trouble. Most 1 everyone who knows Abe well will \ toll you it was simply the love of adtffntufe in a bright, new community Tho Mowing tales of Florida in the roarii Twenties, the fabulous busini transactions, the tropical beauty these things must have set Abl '' %  W I pulsing. He had to get into the thick of thing.-. so, the decision was made. lered tho finance business after his arrival in the j Golden Sunshine City. A hurricraah/thfl catastrophesnothing discouraged him. The little hard-driving salesman forged %  head, People grew to love this straight-shooting, often blunt f elSeeds Post) and many civic and trade associations. Abe was honored recently and made a life member of the Jewish War Veterans. He served one year with the U.S. Navy in World War I. But "Little Dynamite" is most proud of his tremendous achievement as a tund raiser in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal It was in the midst of the annual Federation campaign some six years ago. Someone said: "These prospects are impossible. Somebody will have to see them, talk to them. What we need in Federation is a super salesman." "Let me try them." said a welldressed man, coming forward.. It was Abe. "But you don't know these people^—and besides, time is growing short—let's forget them—." "I'll see them." said Abe KurARE YOU f A R B I U N J E T ? FREE Send today for your free copy of *• "•"dtrlal new Jewish-English Hr* • Failir Jewish 52 • Einressiens". SM "i.T ,er ."i >••• M •••• rll" ^t!!' pnMk • *•• "**•• A 1 7 p 9 *• '•• 2M )tWi ., J x 5 r •**• %  del initieas, the whole family. roar free copy, writ* fa: J. F. TUBIE RESNIK !" ERT DISTILLMS CORP. Nei L J XINGTON AVENU* e W YORK 17. NIW YORK Aba Kurman "little Dynamite" fury. We're dealing in human lives and keeping Jewish values strong. What can be more important?" Thus the popular "Flying Squad" was born. Abe is the Number One Trouble-shooter for Federation. He cuts across all division lines, serving equally well in the Initial Gifts, the Winter Residents or Hotel and Apartments groups, as he does in Trades, or general solicitation. He has been chairman of the "Flying Squad" for six years, headed the collections committee for several years and is a veteran member of Federation's board of governors and executive committee. "Little Dynamite" is always an active member of CJA's campaign cabinet. Somehow the best of them can learn another trick or two from this super salesman. Recently, an elderly gentleman, one of Miami's finest custom tailors, paid tribute to Kurman in his own way. "This wonderful little fellow was introduced to me at a time when my business was on the rocks. To tell the truth, I faced bankruptcy. We met—and we talked, as people do. 1 guess I blurted out my story to him." A warm glowing expression stole into his eyes as he talked. "We parted, Abe and I. Then, the very next day, by special messenger, came a check for $9,000. My hand shook as I signed the receipt, took the little hand-scribbled note from the envelope. It said: •Here's a loan. I think I'm a pretty good judge of people. You'll grow with, Miami. Meep your chin up. Good luck.' "So. you see, he can include my life, too, among those many thousands he saves through his charitywork. A lovable man, that Abeeleh." The dapper, diminutive chap LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai tho undi %  i i^in d, deairlng Ui engage in lei tho flctltlouo name* l ten* %  i, Mi.i tgagi % %  BenAnn Me v.\w Co Ben Ann Mnrtg ige i Kenan hVntKage i'" and BenAn Mortgage Co al Mth sir. M Bi 4 :. i ;.; Intend ti rei %  %  I namoi vs.i), r In< 'lark "f lie Circuit Court ol Da.de County, Florida KEXJAMIX NEWMAN ANN' NEWM \N THEODORE R NELSON Attoi nej for A ppllcanl 2/18-2.'i who carries on his community tasks despite illness, personal inconvenience and frequent rebuffs. says you can sell anything you be lieve in. And ho manage to impart this magical philosophy to every one he meets, the grateful tailor in the I.angford building, the aging businessman, the volunteer worker in the Federation drive. Pride of the Kurmans are their three daughters—Marilyn, IS, who studied at Stevens College and now attends the University of Alabama, Mrs. William Cohen, residing in Mit Savannah and Mrs. Dennis Gitlin, i %  '','" ','.'" %  ,;,' ", -! : -•'' %  ..,;* r t. nuTi •r Aaron II Bhil h M F\ XI lie and M .1 I: I.. > %  DATED al Miami, Florida, Ihla lth • iry, IMS A O TRAXSKEH .^ WAREHi o si: I i I IN' %  :• i s !•. NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE N( >i'li i; is HERK1IV IJIVEN hy virtue "f i'h.i],l.i 6T ol I \ini itati'! HMD, u ., anil W II ehii %  Ri w In • In A i I TR tNBKER .". WAR Hi ll'SE i 'i • INi' i I' •inn. i.| .. |,... baa In Ion i he foil, H II iiro|M %  MEDICAL SI %  iTi.i i:s A NI Hi il.l. I I 'RXITI Rl of DR \ \l:i • H SHU i: S 'i PERSI IN \'. I'.KI.i IXIJI Ni IS a MRS Dynamite'' doing" He's chairman of CJA's "Flying Squad." ready to tackle any tough assignment thrown his way. prepared to sell what ho believes in: helping his fellow-man. When Abe left town last week to "run up to New York to buy an estate"—he first called the Federation office to assure everyone he'd be with the "Squad" again on Monday. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN II j the od, dee lni %  %  ngoge in I bualm •• • r the fifth mi name <^f I I'Ki.i.ol'AK COMPANY (Not Ine I 1401 N W ISnd si',i Miami Just keep the campaign boiling intend i" regiatei s-,.,i ,,,,,. rith ih until I get back." he chuckled. A lovable man, that Abe-eleh. LEGAL NOTICE VENETIAN NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME (Formerly Douglas Nuriinj Home) CONVALESCENTS — INVALIDS CHRONIC AGED REGISTERED NURSES 24-HOUR NURSING CARE Jaeciol DhH Strictly Observe** 1403 N.l. IAYSH0RE PIACI (Between Voattian I McArtaur Cauitwayi) TEIEPHONE 9-7649 Mr. and Mr*. Nathan K. Spcctor NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 176778 PETER R IUKNZI, I'l.iiniilf. V s MARIE RIENZI, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE ]-i %  MRS MARIE RIENZI l In Ka \ n"i fi. 'i i ha I .i i'i i • %  complaint lor Dlvorea ha-boan .i Inal you, and > oil are i equlri-il T" oorve :i < opy ol knawi Ing in Hi. i :iii "i i 'omplaint "" tho Qlalnrif "4tti ney, HANFORH i, :'i> N ]•: 2nd Avenue, M %  I IS, Florl in n I filf iluoriginal Anawer '" Pleading la u fnco of the dart "f Hi. (Irt-ull Court on or !>< %  fore the Htli a*] of March, IS5S. If | : you fail t< do no, Judgment by dafguli will in* taken agjtfnsi you for tlta relief demanded In thr BUI •! Oamplalnl Thla notice shall be published onoe each week for foui ronoecutlvo weekn In THE JEWISH I I.OIIIMAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, PI. ril,i thla 161 li il.i '• ol I • \ H i: i; LEATHERMAX, Clerk, iv.wii Court, l lade i '"Jim Kl'.rida Bj Wit W KTOCK1XO, (Clrcull Court HenII Doputy Chik RANfORD KREED Mi... nej f i I'laintiff 120 N i: L'II.I \i,. Miami ::'. Kiorida i n ClOl k of Hii 'li. uil i 'oui i of [' i %  %  SIS\N A OANH HARRIET K I1AXM CHARI.Ehl B, CANS MA I "RICE i;.\NS SVI'.VKV (1 \NS PRIKDMAN \ KHAPIIUi Ai ii.i nej H for Pel IT I met s. v bol i Building ; (-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE is HEREtn fJIVEN I i he undei .*i^ ng to enga un.li r i he ftctltlou na mi NATIONAL WINDOW ''l. i:\NI\ ai 1410 Mian i Intendx to reglatei i "lei k of the i 'In ill Coui I of D* i. • 'mum Ploi ni i NATll INAL IH'M.I'IM. M vINTEX \.\i'i:. INC \ Florida i 'IMI...I:IU..II IRVING Siliri.MAN, g IRVINU Mllll.MAX Be] for Applicant i imI locoln Road HMg. I ill NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN inn! ihiundoralgned, doolrlng i" enga4>o i.ii-in...m • r • •"• lltloua name of \ Acknos 7oi Congroiw Building, M i II! —. GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS A. tl. Wainwright A Sons 3135 Commodore Plata Coconut GrOTt Phone 83-1121 KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS < • We Rtmove Ankle Strcms J • We Make Sling lacks i • Platforms Removed COMPUTE UNI Of DR. SCHOU $ PRODUCTS" Call 58-9487 | KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS | 1679 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI REACH IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 23830 ESTATE >>K CHARLES ISAAC FTtlEDBERO. I •.. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL 1 DISCHARGE NOTICE I.hereby given thai I have riled i> rinnl report and petition for Final I'lsrharc ai Executor of tl te of I'llAKI.KS ISAAC FUIKIi; BERG, de< i aaed; and thai on the .1"ib da> f March, IM6, l ill appb' i" tho Honorable w K HI.ANT. IN. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, ror ap'nroval of aaid final repori and final dlwrharKc an EX EC I TOB if Will of CUAKI.KS ISAAC FTtlEDBERO, dei %  This l.ith ilaj ..f FVIiriiarv IS."... MAl'RICE FRIEDBERC Oa Kxerutor KOVNBR *i KAXXHEIMER Attorni'v for Executor t/lt-U — J/4-H atfgg]



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i %  PAGE 6 G *Jenisi>ncrMt*r Personally Speaking Mr and Mrs Max Singer and their aba, Giurah. of Israel, are visiting Hrs. Singer's nieces. Mrs B. Kelemer. Mrs J B. Gordon and Mrs. Anne Rabinowitz. They will remain in Miami for two weeks before returning to Jerusalem. •b %  & %  siMr. and Mrs William I. Fox. owners of the Polan Katz Umbrella Co., Baltimore. Md.. are at the Sterling hotel for a few weeks • Mrs. Rachel hfendelowits, <>t Bn oklyn, NY ares entertained at dinner la.-t Wednesday evening at the home of Rev and Mrs Morn~ i r, 4553 North Baj rd. Grand Rabbi ol Brooklyn, N Y spiritual of Coi now spending his winti i ;it 711 Lenox ave. Know': ..(be ier Rebbe," hi workon Shafts and i> a destendant of the Bal Shemtov. Rabbi Rabinowitz ither-in-law ibbi P. Bri>kn;an. Professor of Talmud at Yeshiva Torah \"odaath. Mrs. S.,r.,h C. Budlow. of the urned • after spending .; month in nore. Md While there, -he attended the wedding of her niece. Miss Beverly Baker, and w.,.. at the Lord Baltimore hotel. Mr. and MrHarry Bronfman, ..ram's •:ng at the \ -'_s with them BrookN Y import) rs ami wholesale Brooklyn Jewish leaderMurray Rabinowitz and MrGussfe Roth1 man are guests at Waldmanhotel. Rabinowitl ipresident of the Remvan Lodge ol B'nai B'nth. vice president of Congregation Beth Isind Zionist District 124 Both •Mr. and MrRabinowitI are committee members of the Brooklyn Israel Bond drive MrRothman lpresident of the I.adioTalmud Torah Society, organiser and honorary rice president of a Brooklyn Mizrachi chapter, honoran \ ice president of the Eastern District maternity ho.pital and vice president of Yeshiva Torah Vodaat. Prominenl Cleveland Jewish leadelzer ivacationing at th> %  Iraietaer ilent of i Road the local B'nai B'rith lodge, a number ol the Clew f Syt and the Tempi. Mi I Club. Mrs Leon H returned from Kingston. \ Y where -he attended the briol her grandson, EUiol : : Dr. and MrWarren J Su--in l To help them mark the occasion, their daughter, MiLee Benjamin, will arrive from S( Petersburg and also their -on. Arnold, from FSU at Tallahassj 1 A sister, Mrs. Belle Cantor, and Ml RosatlSWeig will arrive from New Yerk Open hou-e will be held for friendl FIACLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 50 S V, |tat PLACE presents on original musical comedy Come Back Little Shikker Feb. 26 Sold Out 27 M.r. 5, • 8:30 p.m. Donation S1.25 Por TicKett c Information Call: '. Cover-nan at 83-3049 Mr. Shamis at 4-5489 FIND FM 5 NG C-A RVEN CALL MR BLSH FOR SPECIAL ORGANIZATION PLAN THE OPERA GUILD presents Ferruccio Tagliavini DOLORES WILSON and FRANK GUARRERA in Lucia Di Lammermoor Saturday, February lvth, Dw)t c „ nty Audilorium Thursday, February 24th, Miami Beach Auditorium LAST PfftFORMANCf OF THE SEASON Saturday, February 26, Dade County Auditorium ALL METROPOLITAN CAST TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Burdmes Cordelia's Card Shop f l V," !" .*." R c0 l Snop. Coral Cablet Sak i Fittn Avenue. L.ncom Road. Mum, M,am, Beach Radio Company Dade County Auditorium Miami Beach Auditorium Beach 1 3 4. M •8 5 1132 5123 191 0711 7575 9230 0477 |D.'f dr., y„, 9 „e,,, .11 .„„ Mt C.,*tyStt e,er,f^f7r7,or7., TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and loo PHONI 64-4579 FOI RESIDENT PASS. FREE Miami kg N f w HOME Wholesale W NEW Corporation y LOCATION 120-6 N.E. 9th Street We Carry a Complete line of Linens for HOTttS MOTHS APARTMENT HOUSES *—~ < £*r %  *£ %  LT —* M ** !" ~ c *••* Wh Towels PtMtic G-ds H. F-HT Air CWi.i^ed PNOMC M7J7 *+. fmkhtf BAY HARBOR NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN We Keep the *~& iY. %  Children Happy !" j) and Healthy Educational Program by Reg. Teachers We T.ike Them From 2 Ye.irs Lp HOT IUNCH SCIENTIFICALLY PREPARED The School is Rated as Ecellent by the City Hea'th Dept. OPCN fOK INSPtCTION fHil TRANSPORTATION Call UNion 6-8079 9S00 BAY HARBOR TERRACE BAY HARBOR ISLAND, MIAMI BEACH This trio will head dentists division of the Combined l Appeal. Left to riaht are Dr. Melvin becker and Dr. Gecm Graham, Miami, and Dr. Herm a n R Mechlowi rz. Miami 1 CONGREGATION BETH El and BETH EL ACADEMY ttktt pride in preseatia, Tfie Supreme Confer of America Cantor David Koussevitsky in a MAARIV • CONCERT Wednesday Evening Feb. 23, at 8 p.m. 500 S.W. 17th Avenue This is Cantor Koussevitsky's first appearance in Miami I Do not miss the opportunity hearing the greatest Cantor of this generation TICKETS AT THE SYNAGOGUE PHONE 9-3004 Worlds Grreatesf 'ie&*r; A Modern Electric Laundry... Banish* washday drudgery! With the automatic clothes | washer, automatic clothe* dryer and modern iroifr...Raddy K.lowatt is a 'Wife Saveryou can't afford to be without. Day or night, rain or shine., you con do your laundering ot your own conv*iienco...aid the operating cost • only P* !" 1 ** Ptf person. SEE YOUR DIALER...TOD AY. FLORIDA POWER & IIGHT COMPANY



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PAGE 16 B_ Cortf or Kuieviliky f Offkiffte At Knestth Israel Services i irt..r Davtf I --kT. worid %  lOC I I -.-: %  £manoK, Brooklyn. NV iU be gaest Cantor at Kn*-j(*i*tnvj&9£L Annual Luncheon On Beach Thursday TODAY. FEBRUARY ., „,.. '" %  'hildren „ •div noon Feb 17. it the Algiers hotel, according to chairman Mrs. Sara Holland Proceeds of the affair are shared A big heart for a small one >he &u a and HwTy i Io |i an d ,e theme of 14* S~JJ (or chlldrwith RheuSprout Lake Camp fo Verbank. New York Among those aautin 2 a arra ing for the annual luncheon 3 Mrs. Rhoda Levine. Mrs Bcatnc, Silver Sacked chc "^ :::_:.• 3* K topped by a importad : mere b %  •"•"• by Azes < in re. at ADL Program Held By North Shore Chapter %  %  ', i .-..-• %  I • graa %  Mn %  a Brotbei GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS |M1C tim* AvT 1 j • t .•:-• ----%  •-, %  •: I i.. t -.-.---•: • 5i • f %  %  *.: %  • I % fc. Hi 4-SIM I %  T AM Ovr trMi ami ItfMiitMCti BPOTHERHOC: S?ZZTIMG8 CUWWn m4 1AFTAI Sunoco Service 4M S.W. It* STKET MIAMI, nottti rkMt 1-1M* trthrfcW Crect'Hf] TO ALL H. A. Vivian REALTOR Over 2 3 fea't In Miami" Now in New Location: 1681-1683 N.E. 123rd Street North Miami Phone 844)261 Cancer Society Bridge Tourney Slated Sunday i .. %  Feb • L'nit %  red to be ted to pay an extra fee for the privilege. Inr are membera." are I I B St.rook i Jeff the %  : %  • t Bndge Tbo-e Bittee Mn Lye 11 include V. :..:> %  a Zedtwitz, Gore* Mrs MrM B Parks MrTeM ie Stasko, tournament tor. will be assuted b> Leland FereGoodman Gets First Lieutenant Commission %  ha^ received his eoanuaaoe as first lieutenant -• •--..'.-• A". er annum STABILITY AND EARNING* ATTESTED V 4 CONSECUTIVE DIVIDENDS FEIEI11 MIIVI.V AND LOAN WO LINCOLN ROAD 7474 COLLINS AVI. ASSOCIATION JSSf, J? 2S 4ht STRUT, MIAMI MACH SEE TAVORITE STORY" STARRING ADOLPH MENJOU HOWDAY 9:M rA, MfTVi CNANNfi 4



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fRlDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955 +Jels§>ncrfdnar) Beth David Affiliate Groups Honor Rabbi Rosenberg Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Zion. Philadelphia, Pa. was guest of honor of the combined boards of the I'TA, Sisterhood, Men's Club and Beth David congregation at a reception on Thursday evening. Rabbi Rosenberg is a graduate of PAGE 5 A John Hopkins University, attended Baltimore Teacher's College and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary. He has served Congregation Beth Zion for over five years as spiritual leader. He is a member of the Rabbinical Assembly and has been active in communal work in Philadelphia in many capacities. Young -at-Heart' to Meet Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of the "Young-at-Heart" group of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, announced that Dr. Samuel Gcrtman, medical director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will address an open meeting on Monday afternoon, Feb. 21. on the subject "How to Grow Old Gracefully." Jerome Gordon New Assistant At Temple Emanu-El Temple F.nianu F.I this week announced the appointment of Jerome Gordon to the position of administrative assistant. Formerly with Beth David Congregation where he served as executive and educational director for the past seven years, Gordon was previously associated with various congregations' in Rochester, N.Y., in the same capacity. Gordon is a member of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education and on the board of the Zionist Organization of America and the Zionist Youth Commission. FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yos, Kosher and Parvo VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL. 'LAUNDRY /BATHROOM $AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parvo AJAX deans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain! GIAMT SHE) t $ M FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Groat Now Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any any other loading product, plus not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered! Yet Fab is' actually milder to hands than load. ing floating soaps. ^ £ %  % M, fer DISHES STOCKINGS 1 LINGERIE I 1 WOOLENS 1 So Kind to Hands'. \ c U4rt 1 Sir g*;7/?3 1 "40 .e ^ lte^^V M_J p^s^^^ i tWSHE^TOOj 4*1



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PAGE 10 A *Jeistncridton Jubilee Must Clear Mount Sinai Debt-Kane With just two weeks remaining until Mount Sinai Hospitals fifth annual all star Jubilee becomes hiti ry, chairman Howard Kane sounded the alarm to members of the hospital's board of trustees at a -pecial meeting called this week. We must not fall into a state of complacency. Kane said, 'if we are to reach our goal of $150.000. It is imperative that this goal be reached if the 1954 deficit of lfi jnt Sinai ia to be overcome. We • double and triple our efforts. or else face the reateatian that have fallen IB The deficit is a result of the hospital's many free and part-free services to the community such as clinks, -ocial -enict work -chools for residents, internes and nurses and ever growing re>eurch and diagnostic departments %  The show this year promiseto be the greatest ever Kane added, •and it is up to u to nutch the magnificence of the -how with a sell-out audience." paper fame, will be here n. chair. the -how for the fourth consecutive and will be J""' (l b > **** from even part of the show bu.-ineworld In charge of entertainment are chairman Ben Gainei and producer Sid Franklin The office volunteer corps, un' der the leadership of Mr*. Murray Shaw ped U P lN P ace as phone corpheaded by Mrs Samue! Marks Copies of Famous Washington Letter to be Given Away During Beth Israel Services New York philanthropist and tor Morris Morgenstern will %  .the mu(urj n orning servie rth l-rael Congregate ave. and 40th St., Being %  an announcement this • nt. ring the pulpit with Morgenbe Rabbi S P. Wi San Francisco, who will : a sermon on the Weekly Portion of the Law Eli Samuel the congregation choir will as^er.-tern is the owner of the famous George Wa-hington letter to the Hel n ngregation of Newport. R.I., written in 1790. which contains the now famouremark The Government of the United States, which gives to bigtry i -ecution no e." ik financier previle !he valuable letter lable for public exhibition in 1947, when million.of Americans reedom Train. Cop.the George Washington letter will be given to worshipers Sal morning at Beth I-'Lucia' Will Open Saturday Evening \rturo Morris Morgenstern YIV0 Committee Will Climax Drive With Banquet Sunday oer-hip : will be dil a banque' SunDi Lido lunce; '. if the :.m will gbaum, that I haju-t completed it29th Three to Speak at Nursery Schools on Prejudice "Hiyh Wall." a film on the effect of prejudice on a young child, will be shown at three PTA meetings of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Nursery Schools on Wednesday. Feb. 23. Dr. George Epley. chairman of the Human Relations Department at the University of Miami, will pre-ent the topic at the FlaglerGranada Jewish Center. Gilbert .1 Balkin. director. Florida Regional Anti-Defamation League, will adB S rmour Samet Southeastern art a director. American Jewish Com:: I] talk at the Town Branch. Dr. Sparer in Address In celebration "f I'unm. Dr Malls' Sparer, spiritual li I'unm'Gift T' at an i pel of the ; : SprincJewish Center on Wi day evi 23 Also, in eel• wish Music Month, there will be a program of Jewish and H< red by the r choral group under the dintor Ben Gi Post Auxiliary Slates Affair A social evening iplanned for the Ladie-' Auxiliary. Coral Gable-h War VeteranThis last meeting before elections will I • held 1 ii eb. 22. at the 'lor Business, Social Meeting Due Tropical 'hapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a business and --ocial meeting on Tuesday evening, Feb 22. at the Cadillac hotel. Social Evening Wednesday Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary will hold a -ocial im %  ednes''ay • the Id publican f'lub Mayor Harold Shapiro (second from left) congratulates Philip Miller, vice president of Southern Upholstery Supply Co., on the opening of the new building of the wholesale fabrics house at 4111 North Miami ave. Looking on are Harry Mishkin (left), president, and George Schwartz, treasurer of Southern. IP is the Cite : the initial Greater Miami Uttia I n • dare will I ty Auditorium tured will be Metropolitan Opera stars DoIon W Ferrucui Taglia\im and Guarrtr.t The Opera Guild also plana Dade Auditonjin performance on Saturday evening. Feb 26. In addition, the world-renowned opera will have a Beach run at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday evening, Feb 24 Dr di Filippi said this week that the production of "Lucia di Lammermoor" will be the last this n for the Opera Guild. Ticketare available at Burdine-. Cordelia's Card Shop, Stead' manRecord Shop in Coral Gables. Sak'.Filth Avenue. Miami Beach : Radio Company and Dade County and Miami Beach Auditoriums. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1 955 Mill Wilson Canadian Philanthropist Dies Suddenly on Visit Here One of Canadaoutstanding philanthropists, Henry Shidlowsky, passed away suddenly at Jackson Memori Hospital Tuesday eve ning He was here with his wife, Priscilla, visiting his son-in-law and hter, Mr. and MrDaniel Ser ott. ai randson of the < hiel Rabbi ii iIzechoslovaliia, Shidlovt k; p( %  i Jewish %  da nd wa a founder ol the < hi %  ra Kadisha there, ai well as the well known D'Arcy Street Talmud Torah He was also the president of the Score Sporting Goods Con pany. The widow and her daughter, MrPi nny Serott, left by plane Wednesday for the services which will i e in Toronto at the Park Memori il Chanel. The family will -it shiva at 408 Markham -<.'. Toronto. In addition to Mr-. Serott. the dei • ased navefive -mis. three 1 daughters, twenty-four grandchildren and ion,great grandchildren. To Mark Brotherhood Week %  Week will be cele %  i i rental Feb 24, iral Center. The mm i l izar %  Ioi Gn mi. % r % % > % • p r % % % % r % % > % % % % r % r % > > % % % > % % % % % % % % % 1 I BLUE STAR Coral Gables Youth Forum Meeting of Coral Gables ,!, Wlsh Center Wednesday evening, F^ 23. will sponsor a Parent youth forum. Meeting will open .aj; choral selections under the rh rw tion of Robert Strassberg. Miami Business Gentleman A6C4S 5'6" tall, 160 lbs., W o,th •ver $20,000 Wishes to Moot an Attractive Educated Young Lady No objection with on? child. Dietary lews observer. Object motrieieay. State oee, height, weight m tint letter, strictly confidential Seed phone namaer. Mr. R., Box 2973, 'Miami It. Alexander S. Gordon has been named president of the construction and service trades division of the Miami Chamber o! Commerce. Other officers named were Richard W. Fincher, firsi vice president; and Charles H. Wnitebrook, second vice president. wwwwv. WIDOW Refined. Orthodox Background, middle. aged, WOULD LIKE TO MEET GENTU MAN between 60 65, considering matrimony. Mrs. S., Box 2973, Miair.i l|. Cantors Klein, Bornstein To be Heard at Festival Canton Edward Klein and Jacob Bornstein and their respective choir.at the North Shore Jewish Center and Temple Israel will present the liturgical section of the Jewish Musk Festival program Wednesday night. March 2, at the Miami Beach High School auditorium. These two groups were selected to represent the Cantors' Association, which is cooperating with this project, sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Other parts of this concert will be devoted to Israeli. Yiddish and art music, to be presented through the medium of chorus, dance group and instrumental solos. Program coordinator is Cantor Samuel Kelemer. and chairman of the festival is Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. The North Shore Jewish Center Choir is directed by E-:I %  Samuels, who for many years prior to coming to Miami, was choral director for a number of organizations In the New York area Gettinger Slated to Talk Max Gettinger, assistant dim tor, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will lead the session on "\\ hj Community Service in a concluding institute on Mondaj evening, Feb 21, at the Greater Miami Jewish -Community Center, Town Branch. ROOM, BOARD & CARE Beawtifal home. T.V. Care by foraer Norse. Diets. 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SS3I> wsssf V Mmri W-il ^JesmshMoni!Bat\ MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955 SECTION B HISTORY Of JEWS IN SOUTH FLORIDA ormer FBI Man To Speak in Miami he man who worked for nine E an important member of ; American Community Party i a the same time kept) he FBI Irmed of every move he made I S peak in Miarm on Feb 28 er auspices of Bnai B nth les and women's chapters of the later Miami area. f.rbort Philbrick, whose story published as a best seller un| the title. "1 Led Three Lives," speak al Dade County Audi|um. His general topic will be I,. Communist Menace." He will emphasize the conflict between lmuni.Mii and religion, accord[ to Stanley D. Caidin, general irman. Caidin said this week that Philbrick's talk, "coming as it does immediately following this community's observance of Brotherhood Week, will point up the important of ifnity among all people of all religions in upholding our Democratic institutions. "Combatting communism," said Caidin. "with the kind of informajtion and education campaign that Philbrick will bring us, is a very important factor in maintaining I unity among all of us in the com1 Humify. Unity in our constant efforts to preserve our way of life. Bnai B'rith, in bringing this speaker to the community," Caidin added, "is performing an important public service. Philbrick will show how communism is working to destroy our unity, our brotherhood of all men in this country, and he will point the way to proper methods of overcoming the communist conspiracy." Gilbert Balkin. ADL director, said that the "Philbrick talk will \ be an important milestone in the efforts of B'nai B'rith and the ADL to improve community relations. This will be our contribution to the community's observance of Brotherhood Week. Ever* Bnai B'rith member should attend and hear this stirring program." Serving with Caidin and Balkin on the committee are Mrs. Eleanor Grcenberg. co-chairman. Bernard Cohen, Martin Edelman, Roslyn Hill, George Kronfiogald. .Mrs. Kitty Scherper. Molly TSftzteT, Milton Sadoff and Frank Jagge. Artist's sketch of the new Temple Israel addition, consecration ceremonies for which are planned on Sunday. U.S. Senator George Smothers will speak. f New Thrift Shop Opened on Home Of Aged Grounds More than 300 leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish community attended the dedication last week of the new Sarah Czech Thrift Shop of the Jewish Home for the Aged at Douglas Gardens. The building was made possible through t h e generosity of Mrs. Ckecb and designed by Irving Korach, Miami Beach architect, and is located on the grounds of the Home. Abe Kurman, president of the Home, and Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of the Home's Women's Auxiliary, paid tributes to Mrs. Czech "for her interest in the cause of the aged and her contributions to many causes in the Greater Miami area" The Czech Thrift Shop will not only bring much needed additional income to the Home but will also serve as a facility for occupational therapy for its residents. Kurman said. It will be under the supervision of an Auxuliary committee headed by Mrs. Czech as honorary chairman; Mrs. Sarah Holland, chairman; and the Mesdames Herman Jacobs, Milton Yaffee and Charles Greenberg, co-chairmen. Transportation c o m m ittee in charge of pick-ups of clothing and other items contributed to the thrift shop for sale is comprised of the Mesdames Morris Dubler. Maurice Pearlman and Milton Yaffee. Manager of the shop is David Jacobs, a resident of the Home, who earned over $12,000 for the Home during the past three years by the sale of second-hand clothing and furniture. Sarah Czech Thrift Shop of the Jewish Home for the Aged was dedicated la£Lw£fck ou &e grounds of the Home at Douglas Gardens. ShoWn are Abe Kurman, president of the Home, Mrs. Sarah Holland, chairman of the Thrift Shop committee, Mrs. Czech, whose contribution made the building possible and for whom the shop is named, and Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of the Home's Auxiliary. The building, with a 70-foot frontage on NE 2nd ave. between 52nd and 53rd sts., will provide additional income to the Home from the sale of clothing and other items and will also be used for occupational therapy purposes. 400 Attend Affair Held By Hollywood Federation fleeting in the North Bay rd. home of Mrs. Sam Friedland Tight) brought Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter and Mrs. Max Bauer (cenM) to blueprint their important sponsors' committee for the floi. 5 event of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. The Sisterhood will stage a Purim play and ball in the grand ballroom of fe Fontainebleau hotel to mark its annual fund raising for the [emple s religious school for children. Mrs. Friedland is chairnj) Hhe sp onsors' committee. [ WV Commends President JMiami Beach Post No. 330, Jewsion of U.S. immigrstion and natWar Veteran* of the United uralization laws. The Post ex %  this week passed a resolupressed the hope that "the PresiP"commending President Eisendent use his good office and perL„ r .? n,s 1955 State of the sonal prestige to push for the early fiT "owage. revision of the McCarran-Walter Lif/f es,dent was lso comImmigration and Naturalization %  %  •< for his stand on the reviAct." Balkin to Address University Alumni; Democracy Theme Gilbert J. Balkin will address the dinner, meeting of the South Florida Alumni Chapter of Washington University on Monday evening, Feb. 21, at the Seven Seas restaurant, it has been announced by M. J. Kopelowitz, Chapter president. Subject of Balkin's address will be "Making Democracy Work." The South Florida Alumni Chapter meeting will coincide with the second century convocation of Washington University, located in St. Louis, Mo., which will be observed during the period Feb. 19 to 22. Theme of the convocation celebration is "The Blessings of Liberty." Balkin is director of the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, and is an attorney, and member of the Florida Bar. Kopelowitz and Balkin are both honor graduates of Washington University. More than 400 local residents attended the main fund raising dinner held Sunday by the Jewish Welfare Federation of Hollywood in conjunction with Golden Beach on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Ben Tobin, dinner chairman, said that the affair held in the Mardi Gras room of Hollywood Beach hotel was "an outstanding success," with donations exceeding last year's figure. Presentations of scrolls was made by A. M. Dimond, past president, to seven Hollywood residents, all past chairmen. Honored were David Crystal. Albert E. Einstein, Ben Tobin, Eugene J. Schwabach. A. L. Mailman, Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman and Mrs. Morris Madfis. Phil Foster, nationally known comedian, was master of ceremonies. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, was principal speaker. A. L. Mailman was co-chairman for the dinner. Special recognition was given to Julius Fitter, chairman of the Initial Gifts committee; Stanley M Beckerman. president of Federation; Dr. Harry Permesly, chairman of the profes.sional-roup; Ben Salter, vice president of Federation; Ester Rosenthal and Miriam Friedman, co-chairmen of the women's division; Frances Colby, secretary of Federation; Hank Jones and Howard Ganek, of the Hollywood Beach hotel staff. Editor at Zamora Announcement was made this week by Abe Maloff. president of the Zamora Jewish Center, that the congregation meeting held on Wednesday evening was dedicated to the theme of brotherhood. Members heard an address by Reg Kennedy, editor of the Riviera Times. Kennedy was formerly associated with the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Dr. Sidney Moss, chairman of the program committee, introduced the speaker. Brandeis Dinner Set For Miami April 15; Co-Chairmen Named Dinner honoring the achievements of Brandeis University at Waltham. Mass.. will be held here on Apr. 5, according to an announcement this week. Named co-chairmen in charge of arrangements are Dr. Stanley Freehling, Miami Beach physician, and Jack Leonard. Hialeah restaurant owner. Dr. Freehling and Leonard explained that "Apr. 5 is the first open date after the Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign. As disciplined members of community planning, we will present the dinner in honor of Brandeis following this major local event." Announcement of the co-chairmen was made here by Dr. Abram Sachar, Brandeis president.



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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 286 N.E. 67th Street Phone 78-8715 HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman. Jr. Mearfcs A.f. limhiKty Pelicy 266 Almeria Avenue Phone PL 8-8715 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Rood Palm Beach—247 Worth Arm. Brotherhood as Relisious Identity' By S. M. SELCH6N JTA (EDITOR'S NOTE: The Jewl Ol the Alberta town of Medicine Hat comprise a unique community T CRBETINGS Mel OHMK K-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 84.48 W. Rw itr ** 8 Arena* (Beanie*! MU Builtriag) MIAMI SHORES. FLORIDA For Sales. Sendees or Repairs Phono PL 7-4733 .TO ALL GREETINGS LAWRENCE LUMBER CO. F. H. A. FINANCING 667 N.W. 14th Street PHONE 3-3SC3 Miami I, Florida B very small one. It consists of impels it to efforts t„ fulfill I about'40 families, mostly Canssibilities, is the Jewish will,„' dian born. v !" Religion in this case s This tiny Jewish island among a non Jewi-h populace of over 20.000 is exceptional material. for a Jewish Floridian publishes the fol ^ Uui> 0 f jtwfah stubborn**! and lowing article by S M Selchen, j,. wi >h mil for survival. There is a Jewish life in this tiny community. and there is an effort to preserve Jewish continuity through a Jewish education for the children. In such a small community this tion that are found is a most difficult task, but,they centers. tr* to overcome the diffculties as As I mentioned above, Mcd^ much as possible. They have WstiHat maintains a Jewish teacheri tuted a strict communal discipline and every member of the community must contribute his share, which is determined according to his means. (I was told of only one i ,,i the bra lite Press of Win. urnej have u> t. %  ;>• familiarised h:rn with all the Jewish communitiei oi Western i Medjcine Hat. where the flat ie steppes ,-nd of the foothills of the Rockies begin, is no more a tiny hamlet of 8.000 peP'e. • found it to be several years ago. Goat.no longer browse in, its street-, which are already mainly paved: the traffic downtown on a In air. [ a moans than an end One of the main concern,,*, small community is i ni j eW|sh '* cation of their children. This most complicated matter lor a small community. p ar ticui when in it are reflected the i differences of opinion rc-gap %  t rends" and ideologies in edu in the ljf. a dignified basis. Aside from salary, the teacher gets a fine i ling—a house which the coo ity bought near the shul I did not have the opportunity, pavea. ,ne ir c o-,,.. ^ vl0 atef ^ discipljne acquainting myself closely with nio-t ot wmnipeg tion of over 20.000 pushes the city out of its limits far into the mountains and hills which surround it and give it a special charm One of the remarkable things share). ,^ m My perhaps superficial We tried to figure it put. It ap-,pression is that there is a pears that this tiny community ex deal of good will and effi i pends some $20,000 a.year for its achieve success, but the results Jewish needs, about a half of this not too favorable, which is not for outside general Jewish causes, about Medicine Hat is its colorful i ^ he Qtncr ha f for loM cau$ej Jewish mayor who challenges may_ (he STnagogue the tea cher and ors of other cities to races of var(he spirltua| lead „ (who |s main IOUS kinds—and beats them j aJnod W|lfc di8nilJr)i „„, „ fortn The city also has a Jewish magistrate and a Jewish librarian. All these three civic officials are highly popular. So far as the mayor is concerned, he was reelected recently to a second two-year tenn by acclamation — no candidate could be found wno would dare run against him. The Jewi*h community of Medicine Hat. even though it has by now almost doubled since my first visit there a few years a This comes to some $500 a year per family, and in Medicine Hat here are several well-to-do Jews but few really wealthy ones. Aside from this, they now have to spend quite a few dollars on repairs for the Synagogue, and each one contributes his share. I was there on the eve of Roeh Hashanah. In the local newspaper, 15 Jewish businessmen — almost ALL the city's Jewish businessmen —in u joint announcement said fault of the teacher but tbe van complications involved in a riiM.1 school in such a small and community. History of South Florida to be Prepared Here Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple-Emanu Kl, hasht I gun preparation of a history of tan South Florida Jewish coramunirfl it was reported this week The I nouncemeot was made by Wjl Moshe Davis, co-director of ftrl American Jewish History Center of [ the Jewish Theological Semina o is still their businesseswould be closed — I during Rosh Hashanah and Yom; America, following a special 3} MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, Inc. Complete Abstract Till* Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH ing of Florida historians at Algiers hotel. The history which is being [ pared by Rabbi Lehrman wftft the product of a cooperative jjr\ deavor on the part of the Ontcrtt I all levels of research, writing at \ editing. The American Jewish I GREETINGS I C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) Established ltM 105.10 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 34481 Klppur. and they asked their customers to make the*r purchases in time because of tn* Jewish holidays. The tiny Jewish cemmonrt). burdened with heavy task, this year I permitted itself a special luxury— ; they got a g^ cantor (hired away | torTcentVTta s^isnr**' W from Calargy) who fa paid a re laM ,^,,0^. tively large amount (if I'm not mistaken, a thousand dollars;: Are the Jews of .Medicine Hat very piou-" I didn't find more piety there than in other small or large I centers in Canada. And as you '. know, this isn't very much. My impression is that the chief force that keeps the community together and For Batter Health VUil the Miami Health Inntitutn General Diagnosis and X.Ray Physical Therapy Body CondiUon in*; Celoaio Irrigations Cabinets and Massage 7UlIi Mrtt l wl nr< PMOWt PL MM*. %  UI-GREEN PLAHT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can b* obtained from this rich plant toed IniLi CO £5Jf u v min "l that wni help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. 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DAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955 ^lenistnoridian k. Halkin in Third [living Book' Series It Temple Emanu-EI Or Abrahams Halkin, Prof •••Of J ish History .it the Teachers Institute of 'he Jewish Theological tnrinarj *•**• %  %  wi s P eak En The Tradition of Democracy" Lnd.n night. Feb. 21. as the third in the "Living Book" ,1 Temple Kmanu-El. The scries, sponsored by the emple in ('injunction with the leminary. deals with the over-all luim "The .Jewish Tradition in imerica." in honor of the Ameri(m Jewish Tercentenary. Dr Halkin, noted author and Ltun r or Jewish and Moslem histry and culture in mediaeval and lodern nines, received his BA, I \ nd PhD degrees from Colimbia University. In addition to mbership on the faculty of PAGE 3 A Courshon Named Chairman. At a board of directors meeting held at Washington Federal Sav ings and Loan Association of Miami Beach. Arthur H. Courshon i cers were reelected. was this week named to the newly created post of chairman of the board, it was announced by Jack D. Gordon, president. All other offi^PRODUCTS fJUNE Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of West Miami Jewish Center (third from left), is honored by students of the Sunday school who planted 100 trees in Israel -n his name. Shown congratulating Rabbi Waxman are (left to riqht) Morris Harris, chairman of the Center reliqious committee; Morris Weiss, principal; Sam Prosterman, of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami; and Louis Schwartzman, Bureau of Jewish Education executive director. ^BUTTER Dr. Abraham S. Halkin ho Seminary, he is Associate Prosor (I Hebrew at the City Coli Mew York and a former i-turw in Semitics at Columbia liverrit) JDr .Halkin has traveled extens[ Israel and Europe and stuleii l< r a period at Oxford Uni-it;. England. Among his pubPurim Play Scheduled At Beth Purim will be celebrated by Beth David Sisterhood on Saturday evening. March 12, in the Beth David auditorium. Conforming with Purim, the affair will be a masquerade and dance. Under the direction of Mrs. Louis Rosenson, the "Beth David Players" will present a musical lished works are: "Moslem Schisms I and Sects'" and "Maimondidc.-. Epistle to the Jews of Yemen." The concluding lecture in the series will take place on Monday .night. Feb. 28. When Dr. Shalom Spiegel, Professor of Medieval Heibrew Literature at the Seminary, | will speak on "The Tradition of Prophecy." David March 12 comedy. Cast includes the Mesdames Michael Covin. Samuel Badanes. Murray Turetsky, Charles Spingarn. Albert Dubler, Max R. Silver. George Saluk, Jack Donnerstag and Phil Abrams. Male roles will be portrayed by Robert Purisch, Murray Baum, Charles Spingarn, Louis Rosenson and Phil Abrams. Members of the ballet class of Beth David will make their premiere appearance. Music will be furnished by Jack Donnet and his Casablanca Orchestra. Prizes for the most authentic Purim costumes, the funniest and the most original will be awarded. Mrs. Louis Schwartzman is chairman of the affair. '^ARuMIINE &,, %  vv : %  .,;; %  % %  >, ,, : ::;'.: ~—s "..... The Handling Of A Florida National m i Is As Simple As J_,et's assume that you have selected the model, the color and the make of the new 1955 automobile you want but, you need some cash to swing the deal Lets also assume that you are frugal and that you handle your money carefully that you want to save every dollar you can on this new car purchase. All right, that's fine! Now you know how much money you need to buy your new automobile. Your next step is to go to your own friendly insurance agent (he may be your next door neighbor) and find out how much the needed insurance on this new automobile will cost. Coodf —then, your next step is to contact any one of our loan officers and, we U lend you not only the cash you need to buy your neio automobile (up to two-thirds of its list price) but, we'll also lend you the money to pay the cost of the insurance premium on your new car and for your convenience all in one Note one transattion it's as simple as thatl And All It Will Cost You At This Bank Is per $ IOO 00 % <*& %  • mm )!M/7fa Per Year On The Amount You Borrow Vou repay on easy monthly payments scaled to fit your budget. THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BAN1( I AND TRUST COMPANY IV At Miami Alfred I. duPont Building MtNltr: Federal Deiaiit liUBraa.ee Carieratiea, Federal Resent SjrattB, Fieri da Nalieaal final l 4



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PAGE 9 A -Jmi&nor**** FRIDAY, FEBRUARY l| Barbara FaUt Plans Pall Wedding Rites Dv wd Mn Jack .' v.Uk 45M Nautilus dr. 1 '" %  *"• their Ftvd, \ Mr and Mrs. H S v %  ISM W I • .. V • v S Zelbers Mark • Vnniveraan vmi v S rvt rood from a ten-day lU to ..;;,. K.C aAer* they went lo dim %  or re>ort. Puncraggan i v Rabbi Chosack N % Rab. -" v oe >how te\ ..• I ft V %  -^twota* nvoo. **" %  %  "~ ""^ m:>-te MIM. .aVMt. I Xr* .•*c a s4a> h*art at ;^nn itbasnet. v-v KM Scfcacafci %  at the 1 ***erg w pas* %  JC a "oe> aw* Katjht Bjaaeaa JTUMAH ta hl ->:< 'tap arf ar* aa-amoVr.: of -i* % %  a( Orcnoorx *a*a* of Miss Xamoff Fiancee Of David Bermah Mka Sydell Namoff is now the %  1 fiance* of David M Bennan. The betrothed couple are planning for June wedding. The bride-elect is daughter oi, Mr and Mrs. Nathan Namoff. 1300 6th a\e Mr Bennan" parent are Mr and Mr> Jerome Sand. 2436 SW 58th ave. A ira^iuate of Miami Senior High MisNamoff attended the enatj of Florida and belongs Shard Chapter. B"nai B'nth Young Women, where she holdthe office of vice president Mr III IW all* graduated from Miami Senior High School and the I Diversity of Miami His fraternity %  Alpha Epcalon Pi. He ia certified public accountant with the : Resnick and Land*.'. 1 V / Diskin Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah IVh. 1!) Jack Diskin, son of Mr and Mrs Sii Di>kin, will celebrate his Bar afe at Temple Emanu El on Feb 19 Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant n an eighth grade student a: Mian. Beach Junior High School and is mvttt'MMirl* g^ade of the religious school of Teaaple EmanuB Richard Dessauer. v, r | \i r ^ j Mrs. Samuel Matloff, .:: be Bat ^ Mitzvah at Temple En.ar.u-Q • Saturday. Feb. 19. Babbi ln'ui\ Lehrman will officiate R. chard it an eighth grade studer.-. a: Mun( Beach Junior High Sen-.: andU a member of the second -mfc ^ the Temple Emanu E! rebpoa school 3JOO. Mrs. MAX af >-..:r. * 3rd aw >Fe* at ai .4pu -pwo %  •o'W aac "* t~ z .•. '• aA botel >fcs Xin s ^ aua; KS :.^5nf&; "JJT.Tg r^i .-. ; ..-..TI: Sbaxe Reception ^X / it) Honor Martin Grttleman Sund*y Martin Stephen Gittleman will Far Mitzvan dunng Saturmorning services of Beth El Congregation Feb. 19. Rabb: Shmaryahu Svinky will .-. Cantor Fihel Lutanan rendering the musical portions of the liturgy Martin is the son of the Loui* J45o NW SIM • MiAr, eighth grade student at rt E Lee Junior High School. he is violinist and concert oamtar of the school orchestra Among | the .-.-,.%  % %  *..'. kaj V.arv.r pnajjd pare-:Mr. and Mr> Isidor Sch.r.dler. of Miami A reception will be held in his BOCMT at the Sunevemag. Out-of-town visit mchtde an uncle and aunt. Mr a=d Mrs. Kay Berenbaum. of South Orange N J and another aaant. Mrs Ckarles Benon New Torah Teiplr or. beautiful B^sccyn* Bay otters its 'ELEGANT FAdLfTlES doaucr.ee by tbo csuaam: IACX CAMEBON • 3 tor Wedding-s and Social Celebrations s ^VTTCOR ?AiTRONTCHAFQ. MDOOB TEMPLE CHAPD. INING WHITE LEAF • BRIDAL LOUHGf TEMPU BSCZraOH HALL •• DBQNG ATIO UUICZsNLWMuo. Torah Tempi* s •HmWTATirAHS ACVTTTID FC sa MOUTHS I



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DAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955 tenflsJi fitrifUnn PAGE 11 B Forces of Bigotry Routed By BERNARD M. BARUCH The forces of organized bigotry being routed in America. lvo ilily and Miroly. in education. [mplnvnient. housing and in all Lman relations, discrimination is laning Much remaini to be done, he sure, and Brotherhood Week reminder to tu that the rask still incomplete. •fo discriminate asaiqsji a man rcau-e of rate;, color, creed or, lational brfgfrl Is untitlictical : (^> p racy and dangerous to Amer-. In this time of democracy's p.tJnL'. we must proclaim our faith it and live closely by its princii],. i n these days of danger to [merica we can permit nothing to ndcrmine the unity which iM sential to our safety. Nothing is iKthe of unity than the ate, discord, suspicion and bitterwhich prejudice breed.-. There can be no second class Itizens in America. As we expect Bch man. black and white, Jew nri Christian, native and foreign urn to hear the responsibilities of ihip 36 we demand that each dire in us rights and privileges we seek that all shall live in Lutiial respect, understanding and I hip, The time will come, and soon hope, when Brotherhood Week ill he a reminder, not of the i : discrimination in our |ii M bill of its eradication. Until nat time, we must, each of us. h>rk to break down its barriers, Jit UMi-jty* wherever we find it n I i lermslwlf own hearts of blind fiimositj against our fellows. Prejudice is Mockery to U.S. [By CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER I The fact that racial and religious rejudice should, in any form exist a great democracy, is an inedible mockery of the very word emocracy It should be considered the light of a personal disgrace I every citizen of that same democIcy. A disgrace as shocking and tragic as that of'the discovery •t a near and dear member of ie' family has become a hardencriminal. For prejudice is a crime. It is a rime against the democratic ideal, crime against the teachings of pJrlstlanjty, Judaism and the great ligiens, a crime against human lecency and a crime against just [lain common sense. Furthermore, it is a crime for fc-hieh cvCTv American citizen, dif'ctly or indirectly, is responsible, not for its inception, at least for ic continuance of its presence in fur world today. We are responsiNO IITTM WQKlft TQ^llfc4


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PAGE 4C +jmistncr*Ma* FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y i, GLOBAL SHORTS Church Council Condemns Race Prejudice as Sin CHICAGO iJTA>—The NV Council of the Churches of Christ in the United State* condemned race prejudice a* a "sin" in a messafe last week—and to its 35.000000 memberin various Protestant ninational churches The deation of racism ed in a Brotherhood Month me>to be read froa in the 147.000 churche.Polke Investigate Shooting In Egyptian Consul Offices NEW YORK JTA —Federal and local police were continuing their into the firing of four shots into the office> of the -jlate in New York i>t noon la-t week The unoccupied at the time and no one ainjured Additional guardha\e beer. I the ate by the police r* i Resolution Urges Communities To Examine Multiple Appeals >olutbe comn : rthrighl the problem growth of multiple appeals so th! n maybe taken wherever possible to : :ederaand well. entral fund rai-ing. financing and comit> planning instnuu ted here last week i the Weal r.ference of the I Goldmann Fears Extinction Of Jewish Life in Soviet PARIS WNS —Fear thjt would disap pear in t: I r.ion in thi> ration, unless there was a modjn of the present Soviet po! icy toward Jewish life, was expressed la>t week by Dr Nahum Goldmann president of the World %  Congress, and other Jewish leaders from vanous countries at the closine nfiiaa of the World i Congre 5 s Executive here I 4 u Rrthj :r. 1936 SW 13th St.. local piano teacher, wan hostess at a recitalmusicJ atured left to right, front row Sco!t Barnett. Sybil Sernaker. Claudia Kirshner Nikkj Nedbor and Suzan Nedbor. Second row: Rochelle Herman. Sheila Meehan. Suzanne Barr.ett, Joyce Gold. Warren Berney, Mrs. Robin. Estelle Russakoff. Back row are Estelle Robin Susan Ellen Freedman, Carol Goldstein. Den a Goldstein and Doris Gold. Resolution Calls for Change In U.S. Immigration Laws NEV -. — A r counI • .—.• %  -reeting of Neo-Nazi Protest Against Restitution Claims Broken Up VIENNA W N > — A neo-Nazi protest meeting agair.>! Jewish rewas broken up here la?t week by several hundred h and nor.Jewi-h former inmates of Nazi concentration camps who engaged the demonstrators in -cuffles The demBsored by the neo-Nazi League of Independents and l been addressed by dependent depSchwartz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Schwartz, formerly of 233 SW 11th a\e. will take place Sunday. Feb 20. 1:30 p m at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Alfred W'axman officiating Mr. Schwartz i-urvived by hiwife. Lucia. Arrangeare in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relativeare a. MrJennie Schenkel and Mrs Yetta Roberts: and two brothers. Morris and Sam. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Stein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Albert t Stein, formerly of 6760 SW 9th st.. will take place Sunday. Feb. 20. 3 p.m at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Abraham Her son officiating. Mr Stein is survived by his wife. Rebecca: three sons. Martin, of Miami. Sidney, of Linden. N.J., and Herman, of Clifton. N.J.; three daughters. Mrs Lillian Slavin. of Miami. Mrs Ethel Knapp. of West Palm Beach, and Mrs. Evelyn Luk-a. of Rockaway. N.Y.: and a lister, Mrs Tillie Willen. of Brooklyn. NY Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relate es are asked to attend. Brotherhood Week iihe tt to remember that our icmocn ; grew greet and strong bj the i bined efforts of people of | race, creed and color Let's keeatj it great—in brotherli —Lionel Barrymort, OUR READERS CAN GET THIS CALENDAR FREEl Yahrzeit dates at a elance! A valuable book to have oq hand. IF YOU SUFFER rf% § IT NEURALGIA 9*' NEURITIS Japanese Minister Arrives To Take Post in Israel J TEL AVIV Ns — Shiniohi Kamimura. the first Japanese Minister to Israel, arrived here this week by a:r Mr Kamimura is also Minister to Turkey with a residence in Ankara. Gottesman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late William %  Gottesman. formerly of 995 Bay dr. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. Feb. 20. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Sinia Memorial Park Cemetery. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Mr. Gottesman is survived ;by his wife. Rena. one daughter. Mrs. B Perry, and one brother. Sam G. all of Philadelphia. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends ana relatives are asked to attend. RELIEF wMfe The way Ihouvandi of physicians and dentitti rei HfJtf'S WHY Anacm like a doctor s prescription. Thai u. Anoon c un tao M "•' jutt one bvf o combination of fnodnoll/ proved oc'i*t ingredients. No other product gcet latter, longer loii.ng relief frore pain of heodoche, neuritis, neurolgia than Anoon Tablets. .f Anoon* lodo/l An Hebrew and Emli.h iittf fram 1M1 to IMS. All JtM haUdaya %  te 1H4. | v We here anaaaaa whb m of mr atMilhH i te. eead ear leaden %  -• %  %  dUi— of Uwa faaseu* *-f* ItttreeExlbk Cekadar ilMrai %  %  t Im •epr. %  wrtta a pan-awd or letter W\ H. J. CO., De.t n .Pfc Zionist Regional Conference Condemns Shipment of Arms •7I.ANTA JTA—The shipment of a r m s I v,r. •". .r.ued hostility to Irael hi '^en exI by the execution of two BD Cairo. rined by S P re at the fini r.al conference of the ASM Council New Rabbinic Seminary Reported Open in Turkey ISTANBUL WNS — For the first time since the establishment of the Turkish Republic a rabbinical seminary was opened here The school, which is recognized by the Turkish Government, is located at Ha.-koy a nearby suburb which te of the old seminary' century ago Rabbi David Osseo. secretary to the Turki-h Chief Rabbi, has been named director of the seminary let's go I to the Races! Rabbinical Council Tells Plans to Establish Kehillah' LAKKWOOD N.t WNS—The binical Council of America, consisting of 600 Orthodox rabbihe United States and Canada. I junced plan< Kthillah." a central authoritative religious body for the three mill Orthodox Jews in America In •atement announcing the deciRabbi David B. Hollander, naA president, said 'At the outset the Kehillah will concern itself with six basic areas—marriage and divorce, a national Beth Din (court of law), supervision of dietary laws, supervision of undertaking establishments, control and supervii eion of Jewish religious practices j such as circumcision and a set-up of maximum standards for Jewish i education. NOW OPEN LORRAINE CONVALESCENT HOME 3*0 M.W. SOUTH aiVEB MIVE 2*-Mo^r Regieterea Nurse Supervision Mr Ritj Fortman. Manager Pnones 82-Satf. — 82 if DR. H. H. HICKEY DENTIST — % %  "" SWw tacaf IBB W his aMice at 102 N.W. 8th Ae. POST THAI-1:45 D-ily Double Oo*ct. I ;



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^pav FEBRUARY 18, 1955 lewlstintrkUain PAGE 5 B %  Today you are betting your life i other's race and color and creed on this country you live in. If we. L et S ma ke Brotherhood Week last want to win the prize of national | aJ1 f strength and security we've got to, work together. Let's respect each | — Groucho Marx Hundreds of persons gathered last week on the campus of the University of Miami to take part in the dedication of the new Hillel House. Principal speaker was Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, naLely\ lional Hillel director. Shown (left to right) are community leaders who supported the construction ol the new $150,000 center which "will minister to the cultural tod social neds of Jewish students on the UM campus: Samuel Friedla nd. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Sidney Aronovitz, Arthur A. Ungar, Max Orovitz. Walter Kovner and Dr. Donald Michaelson, Hillel director here. Beth David Panel On Tuesday evening, Feb. 15, at Beth David Auditorium, the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami presented a program entitled "Building I Brotherhood in Our Community." The panelists were Rev. Edward I Graham. Pastor of Mt. Zion Church; George J. Talianoff, national director of ADI.; Dan (happen, former legislator and attorney; and Neal iRuUedge, former member of the | Atomic Epergy Commission. The program was presented by Mrs. Esther Spiegelman, AntiI Defamation chairman. Fire Directors Named | To Beach Chamber Five directors were named late last week in the annual general l election of the Miami Beach Chamj ber of Commerce, according to Thomas II. Beddall and Fred R. Baisden, co-chairman of the tellers committee The top five biVrteM of 15 for three-year terms were Leo J. Adeeb, automobile dealer; Freeland B. Crecap, department store executive; August Geicer, architect; Russet T. Pancoast, architect; and Mitchell Wolfoon of WTVJ. Beach Birthday Discussed Plans and progress of the yearlong* 0tB birthday Celebration of the City of Miami Beach were outlined last week in the Sea Isle hotel at the membership breakfast of the Miami Beach Ctfamber of Commerce by Bar de Hirsch Meyer, celebration co-chairman. Burton Loebel, chairman of the South Shore committee, presented Meyer Silver, owner of the ElAmigo Apartments, with the Chamber's "Property of the Month" Award. Gordon Funeral H II Home • Marry G*d— Serving the Jewish Community ol Greater Miami with Honor and Distinction tor Over n Quarter of a Cmntnrn GORDON FUNERAL NOME M MIAMI 710IW. 12th AM. rW 3-2431 IKE MIAMI BEACH 1339 Dtrfe Blvd. s-mr PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO "urns em suotm tm jura*) t ep M IWHII T SMC! i ixcluthe Ot te r s ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS } r! i *"" .w. •* sum mom man wwwvww Mount Nebo ANNOUNCES %  MNwr tpwial Mrvka to Greater Miami Jewry — uiihout charge [or your increased pleasure r%TS%%US\S.am If a f 0,a##hI far Pauavrr beautifully illustrated by Siegmund Porst faithfully translated and personalized with your family rum; printed on the cover RESERVE MOW place your order by phoning MOUNT NEBO TNI CfMfUir Of DISTIHCTIOH MMIM MO 7-2011 tifirmtJ HARDIN OFFICE SUPPLY C./f Lint tf Office lmi,met DISKS CHAIRS BUS 3S3 MIRAUE MILE MRMM |N Misi JACK I SONS ruLMoew coamucToat H M W f Uevlca ;.. AH • ItKTMCAl HANS • SUIM PAIMTS a* VMtfft PMNTS 2tis KW. ts sum n 7-7W2 MARRS MOTOR I SALVAGE CO. USED AUTO RAITS WE WIT WRECKED CARS USED CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD ROT lOONEr 2250 N.W. S4tk STREET Gl A^ '<>* EVERY PURPOSE wLAJJ STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW CLASS furniture Tops, Battled Mirrors and Resifvering Our Specially L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St, PHONE 3-2728 Morris Orlin V1 DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY Kalph D. Hollander Complete Insurance Service 3M4 IISCAYNE BOULEVARD RHONE 34642 "four Soriffocfion Our Plousurt" PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3416 N. Miami Avenue Phono 82-1343 ~rr*rr GREETINGS COTTAGE INN "CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH' Quality Quantity Reasonable ,. • 2236 B1SCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 3-6470 To All Greeting* %  %  % %  : WESTERS MEAT CO~> I2VC. WHOLESALE — HOME FREEZF 2122 N. W. 7th AT*. Miami %  GREETINGS Sea-Craft Distributors, Inc. "WE AIM TO fUASE" %  TOUR PLEASURE OUR SATISFACTION 2300 S.W. 6th STREET PHONE 83-9429 Greet f f s J,i C A L O S VILLA "Red Estate in off its Branches" 1744 S.W.-M AVENUE Phono 9-7657 %  HOP •i • • Greet i f BOEHMKE OPTICAL CO. R.INOCU IA-V WMII IIM*U tew *U*km • *** •**** % m,bii 3737 BIRD ROAD PHONE 83-0106 Brotherhood Greetings To All DANTE B. FASCELL YOUR CONGRESSMAN Coral Gables 157 Miracle Mile



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955 H [Maxwell Fassler Named to Assist Director of Social Service Bureau Mrs Leo Ackerman. president of Le hoard of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, this week announced Hie appointment of MaxLoll Fassler to the position of case ** PAGE 11 A hipervi sni f the agency. (.--,.-Irr.-who takes over this posiIjon mi Feb. 21 wiU act as Ken Lral assistant 0> the executive diLctor, carrying responsibility for [l„, riircrtion of professional caseor |j services. Mrs. Ackerman deflared that "JSSB has for some jme been -carcnlnjj for a profesfcon.il social worker of outstanding rpulation and competence to help ^,. P I the increasing demands bemade on the Bureau for famv counseling. Eeach year," she hiil. "larger numbers of families bva lieeii turning to the agency or help with marital relationships, lolp With disturbances in children, [nd help in individual adjustncnt." Fassler comes to Miami from the Irooklyn Regional Office of the Iclerans Administration, where |, has been serving as chief psyiafric social worker, in charge of II social work activities in the Mclii.it i > and neuroloRy out-patent clinic programs. He has been Esaciated with the field of social Irork since 1935. leort Surgeon to be Guest (it Miami Group Banquet Dr Charles E. Bailey, pioneer in tart sut jery, will be guest of honat the sixth annual banquet of I ,ii r Miami Group of DeborTithi rculosis Sanatorium and |ospital on Sunday, Feb. 27. at i'P. i City, According to co-chairmen Mrs. Idney (iin>berg and Mrs. Rhoda pvine, some 600 persons are exacted to attend the dinner and fnce to hear the noted surgeon IOSI technique on "mitral comIsurotemy" -et the pattern for rdiac surgerj that has been folu'll bj surgeons throughout the brld. All pn wci\. ol the function, aci i" the spokesmen, will go wards maintenance of the hos|tal in Browns Mills. N.J., which 1 II % %  • ues of the chest inUding heart and cancer. It main} imunity health services Larian free basis. There 1 i iridians treated for I chesl diseases during the k>t yi He received his degree of Master of Social Work from the Western Reserve School of Applied Social Sciences in 1943. He received the Certificate in Applied Psychiatry for Social Workers from the William Alanson White Institute for Psychiatry. Psychology and Psychoanalysis. He is well known in New York for his leadership in the fields of psychiatric social work ( a nd mental hygiene, having served oh the mental hygiene committees of the Brooklyn Council for So,eial Planning and the New York Welfare and Health Council. He is one of the founders of the Brooklyn Association for Mental : Health. From 1949 until he left for Miami, he was the editor of the I "Bulletin" of that organization. He | is a member of the American Association of Social Workers, the National Conference of Social j Work and the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service. Miami Beach Man Named District Supervisor Here Carl Gardner, Miami Beach insurance man, has been appointed district supervisor of the state beverage department, with headquar tcFs in Miami. He will direct activities in Dade, Broward and Monroe counties Gardner. 54, of 1604 Michigan ave., Miami Beach, was in the fujniture business 20 years. He served three terms as president of the Civic League of Miami Beach and was president of the Miami Beach Baseball Club. Golden Age Clubs to Honor Senior Citizens Week Sunday In honor of Senior Citizens Week, the three Golden Age Clubs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will join together in a program to be conducted at the Town Branch on Sunday afternoon. Dr. Walter Walker, of (he University of Miami faculty and chairman of the senior citizens commit tee of the Walfare Planning Council, will be guest speaker. Greetings will be offered by the three club presidents: Henry Garison. Town Branch; Harry Levin. {)each Branch; and Maurice Shaw. Flagler-Granada. Some 300 Golden Agers are expected to attend. Workmen's Circle Women Plan Banquet Sunday Women's Club of the Workmen's Circle 692 will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a banquet and concert on Sunday evening at the Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Participating will be Cantor Aaron Weingarten. of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Joseph Schreibman. who will present a selection of songs. Also singing will be Miss Rhea Haber. The banquet will also feature a recognition of radio commentators Morris Nasatir, Jacob Schachter and Simon Seiden "for their manyyears of cooperation with th. 1 Workmen's Circle." To be tape-recorded, the program will be presented Sunday, Feb. 27. on the Gross & Birnbaum radio hour. 'Shows New Nation Vividly" Miami Herald FIRST ALL-ISRAELI FILM SPOKEN IN ENGLISH "Fascinating and delightful interpretation of Israel today." Rahbi Irv. Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El "Interesting, entertaining, and very touching." Fred Jonas, M. B. Zionist District Sponsored by Greater Miami HADASSAtf %  %  !" FIVE TALCS FROM ISRAEL I Ticketi: Matinee $1.00, Evening $1.25 at Box Office or Hadatiah Member! Starts FEB. 22nd CINEMA THEATRE 1235 Ua-hington Ave. Viartii It..nli Phone 5-6202 Weingarten Sisterhood Slates Meeting Sisterhood Of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will have a regular meting on Tuesday after-, noon. Feb 22. it has been announced by Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, president. Chicago Club Plans Function Chicago Club of Greater Miami will give a dinner dame on Sunj day, March 6. at Copa City. Sam i Pearlman is in charge or reservations. WORLD RENOWNED CANTOR DAVID KUSEVITSKY HIS FIRST APPlARAHit IN MIAMI BEACH will officiate of KNESETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach Friday Evening, Feb. 25 at 5:30 mnd Saturday Morning at 8:30 Contribution SI .50 Cantor Kusevitsky will also present a CONCERT OF JEWISH MUSIC in the Synagogue Saturday Night, February 25th, at 8:30 Contribution SI. 00 pending a special screening of "Chamisha"—a film featurim ,aIes in En 9 lish from Israel—are members of the t'omsts districts of Greater Miami. The film, sponsored by the EreF i Hadassa h. will be shown at the Cinema TheL r 'p. 22 to 24 Examininq press books on "Chamisha" Frerli Cravitt, Coral Gables; David Goodwin. Masada; bilh D S M,ami Beach; Sheldon Lelchuck. North Shore; and een Happa porti director of the Florida Zioniat Region. CfllTlPO OPEN 1:45 *££ Nei*&£i2ZL TODAY fe ilCRttlHWI lUmAtircw a &%&% ZVJSJST It* JgCKie ootosreiN *rrrtn ,rcrj WASH AVI ||4 MIAMI HACM BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION I Corner Prairie Ave and 40th St., Miami Beach I Shabbat Services Feb. 19th t 8:45 a.m. RABBI S. P. WOHLGELERNTER, of San Francisco Will Give a Sermon The Well Known Philanthropist-Cantor MR. MORRIS M0RGENSTERN of New York, will officiate as Cantor with ffce assistance i the eminent MR. ELY SAMUEL and his SYMPHONIC CHOIR MR. MORGINSTIRS IS THE OWNER OF THE FAMOUS GEORGE WASHINGTON Lf.TTf.lt 70 THl HEBREW CONGREGATION OF NEWPORT, KHODt ISLAND IN 1790 Rabbi S. P. Wohlge/ernfer Copies of thit letter will be available to the worshippers on Saturday evening ALL WELCOME ADMISSION FREE MORRIS WEINSTEIN, President



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1955 Klfwitf lb,Ml^r PAGE 3 E (When Defate]^ as Excitingi By NATHAN ZIPRIN Seven Arte The theme of debate when I was of tender years in New York's East Side was of the widest range anil rarely lacking of course in profound seriousness. I remember, fur instance, once finding mjsclf defending the thesis that the United States should annex Mexico The present story, howrv ,. r concerns itself with another theme religion. The chairman, „,, a imminent professor of law, Idggested we discuss the issue of religion and God. But its formulalion was quite different when wc got around to it. The formal proposition was Resolved that there is no <>"d and that religion is opium fur the people. It was an attentive subject of course, though a bit frightening to so m;m> "f us who had barely released mother's apron. The East Side in those days w n. ;i miniature Jerusalem. Beard and sheital were no strangers t" streets that were dotted with swiaHogues, Hebrew schools, yeshivoths, mikvahs and Jewi>h book shops. There were, to be Mire, the radicals and the nonbelievers, but they were of the intfl!>-i.eii/.ia who spoke an alien tongue—Russian. Only the brave rind most impudent of them would dare smoke on the Sabbath or boldly otherwise desecrate the day. But who would debate? I was hopIn^ it would be one of Uie sharper boys since I was convinced, as I had mver been before, that God, Text by DANIEL ELAZAR ALAMO AOOgp A m*UL,AKT ZlfZZS •"""* %  AMEK'CA* HISTORY w is 3 6 / 19. Mid-Western Settlers Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO IHJB41 A J*MtH-AMeH,CAM digest. Made fresh daily F In Miami from locally -** produced milk. Sunny Shook Qhsianwa}, 9/tc Phono 65-4563 2180 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami, Fla. r first COUNTS HIGHEST IN RESERVESO MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SaVlNOS AND lOIN mOCIAIION ft NORTH SHOREIRANCH MAIN OFFICE SOUTH SHORE BRANCH 71*1 and Maiding Av. Lintsln Read and Washington Ave. 6.5 Washington Avc \ PRUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSSIBLE OUR 3% DIVIDEND the fabulous land of enchantment HAVANA ...Jess than an hour away ClfBJWA flies you there on giant 4 engine DELUXE CONSTELLATIONS 4 ROUND-TRIP FLIGHTS DAILY $36 ROUND TRIP Plu tax see your TRAVEL AGENT or CALL 9-2857 OVBAJVA A MUXES 100 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD


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PAGE 8 B Jfef/sl>/fcr*V7 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY is GREETINGS CEMEXT BLOCK DTil STRIES CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS Immediate Delivery JACK SWERDLIN 4490 $.W. 74ft Avt.e-0H Bird M. 'hont MO 1-74H MILWAUKEE BEVERAGES, INC. %  B L A T Z %  i 'Milwaukee's Finest Beer'' 1344 N.W. 23rd STREET Phone 65-1351 M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone HI 6-0836 TO OUR MANY PATRONS. FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY KENDALL. FLORIDA FEEDS FHTIUZfR FARM ED0MT LAWN MOWEtS Phone MO 1-5600 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ii' Florida Builders Service. Inc. 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami. Florida TO ALL... GREETINGS c X ,T ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY Phone: MO 7-2551 Box 786. Coral Gable.. Flo. CRHT/NCS TO ALL (HM WIMDS AMD PATRONS Ml. ami MRS. MKMAB SOSSIN REGIL MOTORS SE1ECTED CARS TWO LOCATIONS: 1500 N.W. 7th Awt. Phone 9 2261 Rri. I6-S959 2901 N.W. 17th Avenue Phone 65 1344 I pj m m m Brotherhood Means Survival; President t y DWIOMT D. MWMOwW* The spin. wh>ch lies behind our ob ^ !" e ^ c J r ^ # ; hood Week is as old as our civilization, ft gobgk o *• answer given to the first man who asked. Am I my ""'Tlou^'thousands of years there hav.^n many noble answers to th.s same quest.on. answers which bravely affirm that all men-ol all religions, of all colors, oi all languages-are in fact brothers, that no man can live alone But in every age the question is asked, and in every age it must be answered anew. We live in a period in which the question has a new sharpness and a new edge, because there are new force, in the world which divide and threaten men. forces which work to lock each man within the prison of his own muid, W*K* make friend distrust friend, nation distrust nation. In the face of these forces it is imperative that we. heroically by word and deed give voice to our faith: Ih^ST-fry man is indeed his brother's keeper, that no humd* bOfflrj in the world can escape his spiritual involvement in whqtbappens to any other human being, that no man. i the UOUbled sea of mankind, can be an island. It is the purpose of Brotherhood We** tdplspire us to give that answer for our time, with.an •loqtiericf.aerer before heard. „. 3 ;iq f rttUtnt Eisenhower %  %, hi | new Without tolerance, without understanding of each other or without a spirit of brotherhood, we would soon cease to exist as a great nation. —Dwight D Eisenhower TO Alt A MOST HAPPT BROTHERHOOD WEEK Vtilliem W. McSac PANDORA GIFT SHOP 956 NORMANDY DRIVE Phone UN 6-9031 UP-TO-DATE VAN SERVICE LEW M. CISCO TRANSFER md STORAGE 321 K. E. 2ad ATIDU. PHONE 1-4411 LEGAL NOTICE Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. national co-chairmen of. #Rai Fund volunteers, stage a preview of a scene which will bi enacted in Miami' on Heart Sunday, Feb. 20. Mrs. Albefl Bernard, director of the one-day drive far the Heart Associate of Greater-TAafrti. has revealed the following coordinator* I the Mesdaraes, Doren D. Zinner, Herman Wronker, Georgt Raulson, Albert Graff. Jlynn Knight Fred Blank, HaroldjLejria Harold Hiitchfield and Leonard Wolfe. --a~TO ALL :•. .GREETINGS GREETINGS Investors Diversified Services, Ine. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st Nations! Beak Building CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2*75 Northwest Lejeune Road Mlaani PHONE 64-9761 IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. tTSTTt FRANCES SCH1FFMAN. Plaintiff, WII.IJAM lllli. BLACK. Ti/a WILLIAM H BLACK; HELEN KCTH P.1.ACK. a.a/a HELEN R. BLACK: i'1-ARENCB GRIMM ELECTRIC CO., INC.. a Florida corporation; QKORQE E. Hl'NNKT.L. INC., H FV>iIda corporation; JOSEPH H. GARRISON, d.b %  GARRISON Ll'MBER COMPANY ATLAS FLOORING, INC. a Florida • % %  T|..rMil€.n: K II LEONARD, d I. ,, H B LEONARD WIND, i\VK I A RCHAFER; MARION SCHAFER DOUGLAS Ll'MBER <•'. a Florida corporation; PRANK M WATKIN U i KV ELECTRIC CO INC .. Florida corporation PEACOCK l.i MBER AND SUPPLY COM PA NT i 1 i": Ida i oi iHirai tin l *fend NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; | \ -IHI--I:I: '.-"-II Avenue, Lou I" ||< K. nl MARION RHAPER, %  w t II Av.-nil.-. Loulavlllo, Kvntii, io TOP ARE HEREBY' NOTIFIED lo lor*. IOM morta, ,r..in-.,,„ | n h %  •II ara required to BICHARD KRIEGER HXK. PI,,,,,.


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nmiAY, FEBBUABV 1. USS Bias Needs Straight Talk By FAITH BALDWIN For some years I have written about prejudice, usually with gloves on, and relying upon an f motional appeal to make my point. It's time-to remove the gloves; ftfefn, not fancy, speaking seems essential? If we're to be a united nation, consolidated in the old ideals growing onlv fn the soil of freedom, we cannot afford prejudice. Nationality, race .. these spring from the impartial accident of Dirth, reflecting neither credit nor discredit. They're as unimportant in judging, the quality of an individual *, t ne set of an eye, the color nf-nalr. Man's brotherhood is inherent in the experiences shared by-every human being; birth, pain, .struggle and death; innocence and guilt; worship and love. .\on* is unique; none escapes. How can we live peacefully in a family of nations if we cannot be at peace with our own neighbors? How justify the hideous wars waged for democracy if we are busy pinning tags on the man next door or denying him the right to live next door'' If, in childhood, our thinking has been twisted by i he /opinions of elders, then, as rations! adults. It is our job to remedy th.;defeet, and our grave re.-pooMbility to rear children without including a home course in hatred.'now can you teach hatred and send a child to church with dear conscience? Most of us tend our children as we tend gardens, with lotre and pride. It does not make sense deliberately to sow the deadly, smothering weeds. Take a knife. Stab a Jew, a Christian of any creed, a Negro. I Each bleeds. This is the blood ] spilled on many battlefields; the brother-blood. Few would attempt the experiment. But too many of ik .->tab daily, with the, light word, the criticism, ridicule, rumor, and lie and in the back. .God; .forgive us. -Jewitfnrw** !" PAGE 91 Kt**: a*r-rUrr*N tfdfr-#tjo rh.nt 2-3U* Architect* !" Mitlwrk 535 N.W. list St. Deeri WinJmwt MOTHERHOOD WEEK February 20-27 mol Conference of Christians and .'*i TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables — Phone 83-5213 *'. Key Biscayne Meeting Key Hbcayne Jewish Center held a "Brotherhood Meeting" on Tuesday evening, Feb. 15. Scheduled nie'fe a film and forum. Invited to Meeting Fred Sandier has been Invited to attend -the "Millionaires Meeting" of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company at Boca Raton Feb. 18. -—~~r~^i March of Dimes .To Get Proceeds' Two "March of Dimes Nights," with children able -*> get $1.36 worth of rides for $1, have been scheduled for Funland Park, 7850 NW 27th ave.. on Feb. 25 and 26. Campaign director Robert Pentland, Jr., said Dade's March of Dimes, lacking about $50,000 of its $300,000 goal, will receive all proceeds on those two nights at Funland park through the cooperation of George MacLean, owner. He also said that a stage show anti a merchandise auction will be held on both jxiehts. Pentland said that About $4,800 was raised at Funland Park last summer during the emergency March of Dimes campaign with the help of WTV&. Geblts ZiMtfcts32ft Affair Coral dabfcs^'JSftn&t 'tMstrict held a benefit eard-p^ariy at the home of Mr. and Mrs; Morris Simons, 1325 SoroUe ave., on Wednesday afternoon"." TM THeStlames Al Levies, and Meyer* Pipe were co-hostesses. It seems improbable that we, or any nation or group of nations, will attain peace until each man, in his own mind and heart, treats all men as his brothers. —Eddie Cantor To All Our Patrons and Friends ... A Most Happy Brotherhood Week Tommv's Restaurant 847 N.E. 1st AVENUE MIAMI. FLA. 3W7 mm* FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY 732 DuPent Bid*. ••15 Reel Ro.d (213 Red Sunset Bide.) 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PAGE 8 C +JewlsHTcrldlan OH It KIDDIES' II <** <.f the communlt) • AJP Dear Boys and Girls: On Monday. Fob. 7. Jeweverywhere celebrated an interesting holiday, the New Year of the Trees —Rosh Hashanah Lellonoth—commonly known U Tu B'Shvat. because it is the 15th day of the Hebrew month Shvat and therefore also as Hamisha Aaar B'Shvat. While Tu B'Shvat is a minor holiday, it can be turned into a very outstanding and enjoyable occasion by games and parties. Here, for instance, are two games suggested for Hamisha Asar by the Jewish National Fund, the agency that has elevated this festival to worldwide importance by its tree planting program in Israel: Nut Game Containers of almonds or shelled nutare placed on a table Each player has two thin sticks (pencils may be used) and a cup in which to place the nuts after removing them from the container. Numerous players may be assigned to each container, depending upon its size. At a given signal, players using only sticks, remove one nut at a time and place it in their cups, and at a specific time, they stop. The player with most nuts in his cup wins. Twenty Questions One player leaves the room while the others select an item pertaining to Tu B'Shvat When the player returns, he is permitted to ask B maximum of 20 questions, which maj be I by "no" or "sometimes," to help uloniii.v the chosen item A variation to this game lakes place When one player decide00 a specific I'u B'Shvat object—like an apple—and then gives p a maximum of tive clues to identify objects which he has in mind. Example*: 1. This object imentioned in the Story Oi Adam and Eve 2. It igrown in many coun-, tries 3. It is usually red or green, etc. ^. The opportunity to practice brotherhood presents itself every time you meet a human being. —Jane Wyman BUILDERS OF IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE jrvsto $ IYOJB JEWISH TRADE Look for the 2-Story While Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 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Blvd. 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH — 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 Teen Agers Plan Camp Jamboree; Mrs. Sirkin to be Guest Speaker •" Rallying support for the Teen Age Camp Jamboree occupies the time of the above group u officers of the Youth Council at the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community CentsJ Teen age clubs of the various branches and extension programs of GMJCC are now selecliml delegates to attend this camping program scheduled for Feb. 18 to 20 at Camp Wahassah.] The Town Branch Youth Council, represents 12 of these clubs, and its officers shown abonJ are (left to right) Alfred Meltzer, vice president; Ann Elovita, treasurer; Mrs. Dolores Pear!,] youth activities supervisor; Brona Cohen, president; Bobbi Kammerman, acting secretary; and.] Bettylou Rosen, chaplain. activities supervisor, Beach Branch, GMJCC, will direct the program for the weekend, assisted by members of the professional staff. The Camp Jamboree is sponsored the Greater Miami Jewish Co nity Center, a participating age in the Combined Jewish Ap Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and long time resi dent of Miami Beach will be kf> note speaker highlighting the theme "Miami Through the Years" ;it the forthcoming Camping Jamboree. Feb. 18 to 20. at Camp Owaissa-Bauer, Naranja, Fla. Teen ;ige representative* of the clubs affiliated with GMJCC are expected to participate in this week end. which will be the first camp ing program for teen agers in this area. Camp Jamboree program will open with Friday night services and oneg Shabbat program of ip singing and folk dancing Saturday night will climax tha weekend, with a combination dance and bonfire. Members of clubs participating will present skits an their group's history. "Dancing Through the Years'" will be the theme of the Saturday night social event, which will feature dances of the various eras At the close of the program, dele-1 < gates Will get together for an evaluation session to discuss the results of the camping program, enrolling to attend the Camp Jamboree are the following teen agers: Sally l.i -in. k, I..ill Uaei. Sol ma hrlMllnan, Kalte •' % %  n Boot* Lock*, Bettylou Rosen, \i>v Sharon, Heli ii' 'I. ,ii. Ann KlovltS, Haboi i '• %  n. • Roaeni n, Karen < %  -.II. Robei i i. .1 an, Charles A i km. l'i.-.i Botiowlek, Mike Zler, rnineth Bo '.<. Bam Bel gei. Bishop Ii I >'• Igenblatl, John flnnln, K>nn> Krhnelder, Ed hwarts, Harry Thai, ravld Qubin, l-arr] Bonenahein, Hklmiei Bellman, Btan Weiss, Harrj i^ Mike i'l. in. Larry Albert, in. !..-\ in.Kay Robbins, Pennj Struel, Bhella Wyles, Mariene Gold. Marsha Horowlta, rvvtiella Turk, Eleanni Zwelael, Bobble ("ohen, Sharon Goldstein, Deborah Hrhulman, Wolfson Rlalne Oubln, Bai i. ,i i shei ii. 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PAGE 14 A *J&!stncrMtorL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i 8 New South African Premier Promises Equal Rights to All Continued from Page 1 A adequate majority vote at .1 referendum or general election. Our program of principles lays down republic will only bo brought • on the broad basis of the people'^ will." The JTA correspondent drew the attention of the Premier to the that another matter which gave rise to the concern overseas as a result I ireign press its •.'...how the "Christian naCOBCepI "i the Premier's uld affect thi 1 as who w -the ChrisWhal did the concept 1 : Christian iti malism imply and ilve? The Premier -aid this -hoi: %  53 for the Jews to 11 ith Africa is a 1 hristian coun..Israel is a -n countrj n the principli Christhe same way :. w n the sh fait s not suppression ol ligion. r does it al other rights an citizens For us, 1 'alvfi %  :.•mental principle that there will be : n and equality ol all cil n the \sk< ttitude to imi Our principle is that \\e must have controlled imi gratioi rdance the country's requirements lition that we must not hi immi' .an can bi 1 I into the existing population without racial problem arising Thi• has existed for a quarter of .; century or more and we have ed n Asked the government's attitude to Israel. Mr Strijdom replied: "We ha: 1 •..-.mutual friend-hip with Israel We were the fir-: 1 nunonfull recoL3 Israel well." To the question whether he ght the establishment of Israel had a beneficial effect on the general r* sit 1 thi %  of the I. the Premier replied in the :.k that the e>ihment of an independent .!>t have had a treI." he -aid "The unfortunate p n the past was hat the Jew iierer on ::. I the earth For land, a France etc For thi there luntry thi al home I tl .-the establishment i the of the Jew both estimation and • other m concluded. Obiliarie WARREN MORRIS VERSKY %  %  1 N JL-ES C-PETL 1 Ml • JACOB L*NGFLR '. :. M %  MAX 2 GOR. %  % • „OSEPH PEICHGOTT %  FRANK M. COHEN %  %  ANNA KELLER U BENJAMIN GELB IS Mi %  '• Ml SRAEL STERTZ u • W B%  %  LOL S OAKEN ". NG ROSH 1 %  DOVIINICO MANS'AR NO %  %  Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae Honor Ann Novack's Memory rch 6 has beer, set by Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae for the dedication of the Ann Novack room at Haver. Handicapped Children MrBen Novack, a member of tht i died m April, r her tires ceremony will I • .im will I Kronengi ;d. Miami He will d:-. Indies" and -h %  rig will be Le32ue pr< Bernard S kee a-, e Miami ?,• MARRY COHEN RABBI FICMEL C:ECHANOVVICZ s SAMUEL ZiLBERVAN ADOLPH OWITER %  Zionists to Meet for Lunch On Wednesday. Feb. 23. the srael District of Miami Beach will hold a luncheon at the Raleigh hotel Phillip Salmon will be chairman, and Charles H Lee will review latest newof Israel Jack Fishman will sing folk songs "AR3V E s\V PH SCHAC-pgp S'VON • MARCUS FKLMAM -I. M_tm '.' %  \wn are member* of the cast of the ne* play. "May 17 1954. taken at the annual jo .eetna of Miami Beach Lodge and Women a Chapter. B nm Bnth, held at the Carlo hotel. Written by Miss Priscilla J. Rosenield. educational assistant of the Florida office and Ccrl Edwards, director. Boys Department, Miami YMCA. the play had its pre miere performance at the Miami Beach Lodge and Women's Chapter brotherhood dinner. the cast were drawn from Greater Miami youth groups, including BBYO. YMCA. and various local high schools, through the Intergroup Youth Council rida office of the NCCJ. The Florida ADL office works actively with Council The play depicts the varying reactions of schools and the stuU.S. Supreme Court decision declaring searegation in the public schools uncon" Soy.-ce 0? Cofisfl'ution To be Discussed by league "Wh 1 %  • tul 11 111 m" will he the subject of irkshop under the U irice Serotta. pre-ented by the League of Women Voters 1 I Miami Beach, at the home of MrNorman Babel. 620 44th -t Miami Beach, on Tuesdi tag, Feb ~The work-hop material ;derived from one of a series of Freedom v • r-da publications. The Freedom Agenda program is under the sponsorship of the Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund, lnc." Mrs Serotta said. "and is a research and educational in created by the League ol Won..Voters of the United States According to Mrs. Serotta. the Freedom Agenda committee "does not -eek to promote any particular point of view. Instead the program rats upon the belief that a greater understanding of the principles of individual liberty will ultimately increase the respect and reverence of all Americans for those principles and for constitutional democrui > %  Where Constitutional Liberty Came From"' was written by Alfred 1! Kelly, chairman of the History Department at Wayne University. Another of the contributors to the Freed nda project is Alan Miami Beach resident Richman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Richman. formerly of 2662 S\V 36th a\e will take place Sunday, Feb 20. at 3 p.m.. at ML Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr Richman isurvived by his wife three sons, Norman ind Paul. of Miami, and Robert, of Detroit, Mich.; his mother. MrJ, Richman. of Canada; and five brotherand one sister Arrangementarc in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friendand relatives are ,,-ked to attend. Rabinowitz (Robbins) Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Esther Rabinowitz. formerly of 1440 SW 19th st.. will take place Sunday, Kcb 20. 2 p.m., at Ml. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Rabinowitz is survived by three daughterMrEtta Beyer. Mrs. Betty Robbins and Mrs Rose Robbins; two sisters. Mrs. Rose R. Segal and Mrs Anna Chipurnoi, of New York City; two brothers, Sidney and Sam Katz; one grand daughter, Barbara Beyer, and one grandson, Mark Beyer. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relativeare Baked to attend. now teaching at Harvard I Bolster Small-Town life Continued from Page 1 A Rabbi Kisendrath said th.it it j s not enough for clergymen to blew our battles and salvage the -tatus quo." Henceforth, he said, Refoni temples should organize \u>oroui civic affairs committee which -hould seek to make the voice ol ethics heard in social and communal matters. On the national scene, the Commission on Social Action is needed, he asserted, because "of the crime and corrupt inn of our time, the moral degeneration and spiritual deterioration in high places and low" and becauM in the name of the false gods of security, men are robbed ol their God-given liberties; the inviolate right of conscience is violently violated: and men are stricken dumb with fear." Orthodoxy Cautions Against Newly Proposed Beth Din NEW YORK iAJP>—Chiet Rabbi Of I-rael Isaac Halevy Herzog this week announced here through the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations that it was urgent fur Jews to be cautioned against the newlf proposed Beth Din. We must appeal most earnestly to those of our brother Jews wb : have decided to establish a nonOrthodox Beth Din to revoka that decision and prevent all the resultant grave consequence-." Rabbi Herzog said. LEONARD A. 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PAGE 2C .jenUrfhrkHar FRIDAY. FEB RUARY 1 8 1955 Letters To The Editor Editor. The J ndian: I wahappy to read about the addition to Temple Israel of a new religiouschool bnikting I 'he building that 1to be named The Colman A Zwitman Religious School?" I travel throughout the State, and whenever we talk about Rabbi-, hiname —something he did or he said which changed a tragedy ;nto a work of Cod. Hiname on that building will not only please the many Jewwho '.ored him so and contribu'ed money to that building fund for hiname. but it will also please the many non-Jews like Jack Bell who will alwayremember him Rabbi who left the comfort* of his La Gorce dr home for a berth on a battleship and the sweet sund• >f hiTemple organ for the bomt>-' bellows to help save the world *•: live in. I cant quite understand why hi name was not mentioned in your article. C. BLAV Editor. The Jewish Florid;: Please consider thian appeal for a "real good story' %  hat will make us proud that our 'ocal newspaperreally h?lp their ery organ IZ. The Goodwill Group of Greater d by the State oer 11. 1951 nee nave han"ed c % %  • our .id and immedi•rgency i* bran *tt one. it turn ca-' .rger isinessmen's Association urks Ft.-sf Oirthda/ %  %  %  roan I for the en lade broadening the t '>eau%  f :ca" inntu %  27 %  with g of the avenue in Ma*. local welfare agencies, and we through :jl e do not let our can the; Goodw. welfare • rally, and invariably tr receive-prompt a-vheth food, medicine and even a doctor, soine\ree Clot* i when ;he are fur -an a dect he l|a "ut and look for ,ct. Goodwill : bv ahelp a father, moth st each ma> help the ot The income of the Goodwill Group is derived -ninal membership c be proceedfrom small functionand >uch ot* and an occasional T • or Federate r. we would welcome souse for needy n Goodwill c t* uiwith each succeeding year of it.functioning. Onl> I hearts of our "active member-hi# and the ceaseless effortof our re workers keep 01 itn.r.jt an t >BSON Zionists Pass Resolution At Regional Conference \3f\ \ Thi -h.pment of been ex d bj speaken .. I whir!the United State-, with a hip totalling 750.000. T. 400 delegatetOm I •e area attended the South ,• the Miller, chairman oi (he, Amer i. Ziom.t Council iled Mrs Samuel, \V H..:pr:r \ th.Jewp i tine; Harry nrman of the ComIsrael -nn thMiddle I Vganlsalion of I %  rmer -er to j Wand Di Carl Her in of the eJ .. no hris• %  •mmittee. Jewish art exhibit opened at the Miami Beach Public Library on Sunday and will remain for the entire month of February Shown (left to right) are Joseph Duntov, chairman. Mrs. Morris A. Skop and Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, speakers. Sponsors Cord Party A card party w,i-pon-orcd by the HoUie Kahaner LadleAuxiliary of the Hoatkello Park O MY even.Hasada Slates AHair Hi Waldman's Hotel lusada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will present • Ball"' on Sunday Peb. 20 in the Jolson room of Waldman's hotel. r will be Sigmund Ber 1. B i. i T-_ cer i • i MQj stylist. | Proceedof the affair, according I to Jerry Miller, president of the district, will be earmarked for! Masada's local and overseas Zion-" ist project p, Assisting Miss Waldstem on thej ball are Sam Soldinger, Martini I Sanders. Sybil Kaplan Gloria WaMman, Howard St-m and Lee I Brody. Legal Fraternity Officers Honored at Social No Beta Epsiloa legal frafc '•< thI Iiami Law Scho' ting al the Candle Light Inn. Coconut Grove. I tly. Honored were new officers of the fraternity They inclu'i. ban Newn dent: Meyer M Brilliant, vice president; Paul Grand, treasurer: Charlotte Frank. cor rotary ; Barbara Behwa Earle V Rifas, publicity director: and Elliot Serota. sergeant-at-arms. Gets Chamber Award BuDriver Joseph D. Dunahue been named Award winner of the week by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, ac cording to Leo Ki-en-tein. Courtesy Committee chairman Donahue, a driver for Miami Beach Railway Bus Co.. was nominated by former %  ebool teacher Miss Doris Green 842 Meridian ave. The spontaneous feeling of brotherhood is a mark of human maturity. a A*. MIAMI P0MPAN0 FT. LAUDIRDAtf 30 7sT N u E 2 7261 PH *9493 L0p.4-f.l1 North Miomi Avenue ;, 335 ^^ 26th Sfreer SrtWNG SOUTH FIOMDA SfNCC 1913