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The Jewish Floridian ( February 25, 1955 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 29—Number 8 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS BEN GURJON IS BACK IN ISRAEL GOVERNMENT AS DEFENSE MINISTER [ C ONFERENCE MARKS COMPLETION OF MONTH-LONG PREPARATION Nationwide Drive for $100,090,000 to be Launched by UJA An intensive push was underway %  in United Jewish Appeal circles thiweek in a strong attempt L, launch UJA's 1955 drive with [the greatest total of initial gifts in lithistory. This hope was mounting in Misami Beach u more than 600 leadithered for the UJA national [inaugural conference at the Saxlony hotel to set in motion the naUonwide drive for close to $100, B00.000. The great outpouring of initial Igiftv was being marshalled to mark [the culminating year of an historic [po-twar decade in which the UJA Established a magnificent record |The ten-year period saw the accomplishment of the gigantic task |of helping millions of Hitler's vie t i in back to health and liberty. i witnessed the establishment m Israel and the resettlement of more than 750.000 immigrants in ihe Jewish homeland. Leading officers of the UJA ar i in Miami Beach prior to the opening nf the national inaugural chairman of the UJA's 57-man national campaign cabinet; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman; and Louis L. Bennett, assistant'executive vice president. The inaugural conference includes the Friday meeting of the national campaign cabinet and a dinner session Saturday evening. The Sunday closing session will be addressed by Avraham Harman, Israel's Consul General in New York. Jack Benny, who came to Miami for the first time in 20 years to participate in UJA's culminating campaign of the postwar decade, will lend his talents to the closing session. The conference marks the com-, pletion of a month-long special mobilization of advance gifts which began with a dinner honoring UJA president Warburg in New York I on Jan. 22. More than $10,000,000 | in advance campaign gifts were 'brought forward in tribute to Mr. | Warburg. With the Sunday session in Miami expected to bring another impressive outpouring of initial gifts, it is hoped that the 1955 UJA drive will get off to a record-breaking start. Since its establishment in 1939. the United Jewish Appeal has raised close to a billion dollars and has helped to save and aid more than 2.500,000 men, women and children. This year's program must provide aid for close to 500,000 Jews in nearly two dozen overseas lands and in this country through the UJA constituent agencies, the Uniteil Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and New York Association for New Americans. Adenauer Tells Claims Conference Indemnification Law Improvement Can be Expected in Coming Months Jack Benny • arrive* in Miami %  conference and conducted a series |<>f intensive preparatory meetings. [The officers included William Roslenwald of New York, general chair[man: Edward M. M. Warburg of I New York, president; Morris W. IBerinstein of Syracuse, N.Y.; Joseph Holtzman of Detroit; Jack D. Weiler of New York; and Dewey |l> Stone of Brockton, Mass.. all national campaign chairmen; SamI!!!_." %  Daro of Philadelphia. NEW YORK (JTA>—West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer assured the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany that major amendments to improve the present Federal Indemnification Law can be expected within the next few months, it was announced here by the Conference. Chancellor Adenauer declared that his government and the parliament were determined to effect these amendments before the summer recess and to accelerate the processing of the claims of the victims of the Nazi persecution. The Chancellor's assurances were contained in a letter to Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the Conference. The letter was in reply to an appeal for action on several recommended improvements in the Indemnification Law which were submitted by the Conference board of directors following its recent j meetings in Paris. At the request of the board, Dr. Goldmann wrote to Chancellor (Adenauer on Feb. 6, calling his I attention to the lag in implementing the commitments made by the West German Government in behalf of individual victims of Nazi persecution and recommending certain improvements. \ f jfTH ANNUAL JUBILEE DUE MARCH 3 | Hospital Aims to Meet $150,000 Goal "In its essence,'' Dr. Goldmann wrote, "the indemnification legislation must be simplified. The maze of technicalities which are strangling 'he law must be abolished. The Insistence upon detailed (documentary) proof, which is almost Impossible to obtain, must be eliminated. There is need for expanding the categories of persons entitled to compensation and increasing the amounts to be paid. Advance payments must be facilitated and the machinery for handling the claims must be enlarged and improved. "Perhaps most important of all, however, the spirit which animated the enactment of the law must somehow be communicated down to every official until the compensation which was promised to the claimants becomes not merely a hope but a reality," Dr. Goldrr.nn pointed out in his letter. In his reply, Chancellor Adenauer wrote: "I am acquainted with the complaints, which have arisen particularly abroad, as a result of the slow pace of individual compensation. In order to bring about Continued on Page 9 A Mount Sinai Hospital will stage "'• I'fth annual Jubilee Thursday, w. 3. at the Miami Beach Audiwium. Chairman Howard Kane •""1 his co workers this week -wch\ to complete arrangements lor filling the 3.600-seat theatre. Kane called on the community 10 "match the talent parade with Mrade of ticket buyers" to asW achievement of the $150,000 Virtually every big name in show UMnes. i s volunteering to support ,;" Sullivan, master of ceremonies, L make 'his the greatest all-star n ow of the year," with an 8:30 lL '" rtai ,0 the four-hour perTicket sales are progressing briskly, but Kane sounded a warning against complacency at the last stages of the drive. "We cannot be satisfied with anything less than a capacity house," said Kane, "and we're pushing our committees to the hilt to attain that mark." Sullivan arrives in Miami next Tuesday, to be greeted at the airport by city and hospital officials. On Wednesday noon, he will be feted by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce at the Sans Souci hotel. A reception for the "Toast of the Town" reporter will be staged at the Algiers hotel on Wednesday afternoon, with a big Lincoln-Mercury parade set for Thursday afternoon on Lincoln rd. Ckancef/er Konra4 Aitnmntt pledges octien Replaces Pinchas Lavon Who Resigns After Sharp Difference With Sharett JERUSALEM (JTA)—David BenGurion formally became Israel's Minister of Defense Sunday following a meeting of the Cabinet at which Premier Moshe Sharett reported on the resignation of Pinchas Lavon from the post which Mr. Ben-Gurion has agreed to take over. • Premier Sharett gave a detailed account to the Cabinet of the reasons for Mr. I.avon's resignation. An official announcement issued following the meeting of the Cabinet said that the resignation was precipitated by Mr. Sharett s refusal to agree to Mr. Lavon's proposals for changes in the defense set-up. Mr. Ben-Gurion's dramatic return to office in the Israel Government, after 14 months of semi retirement, was announced in a broadcast by Premier Sharett. According to reliable sources, Mr. Ben-Gurion accepted the defense portfolio on the appeal of his partycolleagues because of the gravity of the security situation and the possibility of a Cabinet crisis. The Jerusalem Post, in an exclusive circuin.sta.iUal re|x>rt. described the feverish activities which preceded the stunning announcement that the veteran Israel leader hid agreed to emerge from retirement in the Negev to assume a key cabinet post. According to this paper's report. Premier Sharett sent a delegation to Mr. BenGurion composed of two close associates in the Mapai Party. Labor Minister Golda Myerson and Mordechai Namir, secretary general of the Histadrut. the General Labor Federation of Israel. They gave Mr Ben-Gurion a full report of the VON KARAJAN RAPPED Petition Seeks Cancellation Of Berlin Orchestra's Tour As 4,000 Musicians Ob/'ecf NEW YORK (JTA)—A petition calling for cancellation of three scheduled concerts at Carnegie Hall by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, which arrives in the United States next Sunday to open a six-week tour of 21 cities in the United States and Canada, has been signed by about 750 members of the American Federation of Musicians. The petition, which 4.000 musicians in New York were expected to sign by Wednesday when it was submitted to an executive board meeting of Local 802—on whom it calls for action to halt the concert —charges that the conductor of the orchestra, Herbert von Karajan. and its manager, Gerhardt von Westerman, were members of the Nazi Party. The text of the petition declares: "We musicians strenuously object to the appearance of the Naziled and Narimanaged Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra In New York. The conductor, H. von Karajan, as well as the orchestra manager, was an active party member who bears responsibility for the death and exile of countless musicians from Hitler Germany. "We also protest the United States Government subsidy of this orchestra while American orchestras are denied such support. We urge you to act to prevent this performance." David Ben Gurion bock in Cabinet -it nation with respec' to Mr. Lavon and conveyed to him Mr. Sharett"s oersonn' request that he assume the Defense portfolio. Mrs. Myerson left the Ben-Gurion retreat at Sdeh Boker in the Negev and met Mr Sharett at nin o'clock at Kibbutz Netzer Sereni. where he had participated in a memorial meeting. She gave the Premier Mr. Ben-Gurion's affirmative reI sponse and Mr. Sharett thereupon I issued the statement which inform|ed the nation of Mr. Ben-Gurion's return. Sharp criticism of the procedure which led to Mr. Ben Gurion's return to the Cabinet was voiced in the right and left wing newspapers. These papers charged that no consideration had been given to the fact that Israel is governed by a coalition and asserted that neither Mr. Lavon himself, nor the General Zionists, Progressives and Religious Bloc members of the Cabinet had been informed of Mr. Sharett's approach to Mr. Ben-Gurion. Mr. Sharett's alleged failure to consult Mapai's partners in the Cabinet came under heavy fire from Haaretz and Haboker. General Zionist organs, and from Hatzofeh, the Mizrachi paper. This failure, they asserted, made the Defense Ministry a "Mapai monopoly." David Ben Gurion's return to government office marks the beginning of a new phase in Israel's history and opens a new and dramatic chapter in the biography of the short, stocky and dynamic statesman who proclaimed Israel's statehood and served as its prime minister and defense minister for the first five years of the State's existence. Mr. Ben Gurion laid down the reins of government in 1953 because he was tired, wanted time to meditate and because he sought, by his personal example, to galvanize the youth of Israel and inspire them with a pioneering spirit to be manifested in the development of the Negev. Israel's southern desert. Since then, he has lived in Sdeh Boker, sharing the hardships of pioneer settlement life, laboring as a shepherd, working on his memoirs and papers—and keeping a close eye on Israel and world developments IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE leeks Editorial Mindlin News in Review Oppenheimtr Society Supplement Washington Stene



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I PAGE 2 A **•'' tUrkfinr FRIDAY, FEBR UARY 2 Philbrick Talk Will Be Featured During Brotherhood Event Comir. jr.ity brotherhood pf%  Lod| •> ...... I Mooaa; nee Feat in bert Pbiibrick for r. •:nd rtratinj ur.;" pre.4n-' affair. Invoc-i-. • be delivered bj Cole, v. of Coral Gi the Greater V. = rhurche^ B livered by Fa'.ht: 7 %  %  BB. Vicar of Church. Miami Rabbi Irving Lehi 'eader of Temple Emanu El M. Beach. and pre-i er Miami Rabbir:;t^! A-rill deliver a special!;, pn | Pra ;• r for bLberbood afosteal ulectkNU re!ar.g will IKprevented by voice choir of the Booker T der the dire' : Ml Lelia Williams Fudirr.an. of Miami liur. irl and • B'l th Youth seattherbood program will rk the :ir-t public appearance the '.harm area M Be* -1 Philbrick. who iwidely own ai 'he author of the beat'mg book. I Lead Hire* Li Serving on the B'nai B'ruh plan ;g committee for the program Mrs. Eleanor Greenberg. cod.rman. Bernard Cohen. Martin lelman. Ro,alind Hill. George %  •onengold. Mrs. Kitty Scherper. -Mollie Glazer. Milton Sadoff. -ank Jaffe. MrJack R Wein. rs. Ted Robin-on and G.lbert J :kin WE'ne ON OUR WAY w ttiwwssocas. JSMEL r — _'T ~Z Z %  5 acssq r::: : = ;-rixer .:.. :T-:e~cr.:e3 '.r.s: BttO• :: -;. DMXMOI c: the building :the •recfiaa H a 23-clasFroom Cclrnar. A. Zwitmon. a H Kaplan and an auditorium, eisbted religious school children and adults :• in a special prayer of consecraiteaOHM George Srr. airier* was guest Pioneer Women Plan Council Annual Donor Luncheon at Di Lido ade County Community -.est Goal Oversubscribed native U'fc 22SJMS earnthe s: i -.-ncies % %  ;• ail can ue : iid Hiram Bl*k<. UhtMsan d inteen who have worked ir. beha'i of the campaign during the past (oar monthand -mgied out the women who had the toughest job of allknocking on doon : %  :: Chapter and will hear Ribfoi ritual leader of Temple El recent 1> •oe!. relate h..p observati i I the American W •. e achievt i ED th'.ir ;1 in Israel. man will be • [hi '.!;;. ni Council of Pioneer Women'* <)r.5th annual luncheon on Sunda] i I i ; ; 27. at the Di Lido hotel Rabbi Max Shapiro. Miami civic and rettgioua leader and former rabbi of Beth David Congregation. will present a charter to the newlyformed (oral Gables Chapter of Pioneer Women, organized by \IrSonia Plotkin and Mrs. MS G Leonard Young, singing entertainer currently appearing at the Monte Carlo hotel, will highlight the entertainment with vocal selections of popular folksongs. His accompanist will be Hy Fried. Special guest at the speakers' table will be a visitor from Paris, France. Mr* Samuel Jaffe. the former Bee Jaffer. immediate past lent of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Womei Oi rations MrIsaac Pushkin, pr Greater Miami Council, will utmaster, Mrs. Irving I cultural ebai 3S0 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ava OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles s. J. Fr k k dmaii %  sal 31. Etcphuii IHEBBEW BOOK STORE! J 417 WoshMflea Ae., Miami Beach j i Between fearfn ami fifth Sis. MEBBEW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES fer S/nagogues sad Private Alsa f:r Hebrew Schools w--£D Tin? Telephone 5 v017 | ISRAEL CERTIFICATES Use 7yiMT-CAU ORKIH 1901 World's Largest Pest Control Company Call 2-1776 %  of S'MI t'rltk mt mmenoa WkHt Celeron 1 ACE EMPLOYMENT U7 U lit AH, fk JM7 No Charge u Employer FLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER MIAMI'S MOST BlAUrifUt JEWISH FUNERAl NOMf 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-4414 K tU W. fUCLER STBEET, MIAMI MlTCJalU. JACOBY, M,r. LOW COST TIME PAYMENTS T ARE BEST FOR HOME REPAIRS MERCANTILE kCa-Jj NATIONAl 1ANK *iel Vepeiii lmK. 'Tt itHi nouncos fle meeting will take will tell of Hf e ,„ Jerus place-on Tuesday evening. Mar. 1. >hc has m af j c her home 'for t!' at the home of Mrs. Leo Goldman, past six years. "* 255 SW 23th ave MrCrakl Miss F.laine Jacobson .| m ,i. J.-rusaUni. Israel, who tJ^SS^STJS penences ol Living in \ n i ,J K.bhuUfora>,.,..„ n „. ;^i a scholarship !" m •A her parent.,. Dr and Mrs A .1 Union, ani R Mrs S.,1 Braun. a Kadimah naeaaber, mw HO/H £ I NEW 5 LOC AT ion ii Miami M Whofesa!e • Corpcratioii y 120-6 &E. 9th Street > Wt Carry 4 Complete lint i linens if HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES Cannon Sheets Blankets Towels las' Poo's Pillow Cists Sereoe's Dish Towels — Plastic Cooes etc. Fully Air Conditioned PHONE 34737 Ample Parking NEVER OPEN ON SATURDAYS ALWAYS ON SUNDAYS PIRS014LIZED SERVICE 'ART' "MAWrV" "NAT' COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebailt Body Repairs and Peinline Phones 3 2244, 2 66S2 40 S.W. 8th Street will deliver the invocation Group singing will be led by Mrs. Lou Silver. Kadimah Chapter member. The y. eta Hapoaloth chairmen. Jacob Cosow, A he Seltzer Oscar ZelUer. Joseph Krantz. D"ra Wilenaky, Nathan Bookspan. Mollie Witner. B -• Esther, Fred Sandier and n are ^n the commltti jementv 'Life in the Cit; aid in" the Kibbutz'' i~ the topic for Kadimah Chapter's third study group meet ing on thi> year's theme. I I-r;ic-l Today" MrHarold Sha pirn, -tudy group chairman, anCHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BTACH The most valuable possession of Riverside is the good will of tne ramilies we serve. I 1 V FUNERAL DIRECTORS f'0 forking TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Miami Beach West FlagTcr &. 20th Ave. 1236 Washington Ave} All Co*.inW i v e r s i il e *<*0RI AL CHAPEL. l ie 5 I'honr 9-2664 Pfcono 5-7777— S-JJ55 34-MpOR AMBUIANCI IRVICI k EOWAPD T. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y2SJ955, Mount Sinai Given Grant of $7,500 A grant of $7,500 from the Leon Lowenstein Foundation of New York l Mount Sinai Hospital research laboratories was announced In Max orovitz, president of the hospital's board of trustees. This granl is an increase over previous grants by the MOM Foundation initiated three years ago. The project to which Lowenstein I, u vcn his annual support concerns itself with research in the eaU ses "f hardening of the arteries and methods for alleviation of the disease. Lowenstein, a winter resident of Miami Beach, is a noted philanthropic who is chairman of the board of M Lowenstein & Sons, chairman of the board of Hillside Hospital of New York, vice president of the New York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies and a member of Ihe board of St. Vincent's Hospital Hi New York. In acknowledging the gift, Orovitz stated that this project is part of (he total research program under way at Mount Sinai Hospital. H*e said that the hospital "can only fulfill the needs of the community by no! only giving care to the sick, but also investigating the causes of sickness." The research project is under the I direction of Dr. Maurice Lev, pathOlogisl and chief of research. Associated with him are Drs. Jerome Benson. Jacob Classman, Stanley Wasman, Elliott Cohen and Mr. John T. Thomas. -JeHlstthrkt*** PAGE 3 A Retarded Children's Society Plans Square Dance Saturday Society to Help Retarded Children will hold a square dance on Saturdav, Feb. 26, at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, 1608 SW 27th ave. The Society to Help Retarded I children was formed three years ago and is dedicated to the cause ol helping all retarded children. | through education, training and 1 social programs. The organization recently offered $1,000 in scholarships for teachers, college stuIdentand retarded children, Mrs. IFtlia Beck, chairman, revealed this I week. Chorus of "Come Back Little Shikker," original musical comedy being produced by the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Left to right are Elva Bush, Edith Moore, Ida Uram, Dotty Newman and Pauline Lewis. Flagler Players Slate Production Of Musical Comedy Beth David Men Schedule 'Cadillac Party' Sunday Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will present its production, "Come Back Little Shikker," at the Center, 50 NW 51st pi., on Saturday and Sunday evening, Feb. 26 and 27, and Saturday and Sunday evening, March 5 and 6. According to business Lou Bush, the Feb. 26 performance is all sold out. On Sunday evening, Feb. 27, Beth David Men's Club will hold a "Cadillac Party" in the auditorium at Beth David. The affair is an annual fund raising event which produces the funds necessary to carry on many of the programs that the Men's Club sponsors each year. Among the projects are the landi scaping of the grounds at Beth David and the underwriting of all manager I cost and expenses for two Boy $257,000 Goal for Red Cross Dade County individuals and firms will be asked to contribute $257,000 in the Red Cross annual fund drive which begins Mar. 1, and John P. Evans, South Florida manager for Southern Bell Telephone Co., has been appointed general chairman fox the fund raising campaign. A number of Dade County leaders will serve as division chairmen for fund raising in the several areas and among various groups. Names of these leaders will be announced shortly, Evans said. CAMEO Wash. Avc. at 15 th Miami leach Open 1:45 Greater Mumi'i only Stage and Screen Show On Screen Joan Crawford and MELVYN DOUGLAS in 4 WOMAN'S FACE" TODAY HERMAN YABLOKOFF AND STAR CAST FROM THE YIDDISH THEATRE DIRECTION LEON SCHACHTER YIDDISH AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE Scout Troops. "The response to our Cadillac project is indeed gratifying and indicates an appreciation of the sound program that the Beth David Men's Club participates in," said Members of the cast include Roz \ Max Jacobson, president. Berrin, Estelle Lash, Dotty Roth, Written by Mrs. Lillian Burak, "Come Back Little Shikker" is directed by Ed Moore. Fran Immcrman, Naomi Levine. Carol Caiden, Al Lewis, Charles Temple, Ray Levine. Aaron Shapiro and Joe Masters. Members of the chorus are Elva Bush, Edith Moore, Ida Uram, Dotty Newman and Pauline Lewis. "Come Back Little Shikker" is set in New York's East Side tenements, where its characters live and the West Side garment center where they work. The show combines music, comedy and drama in relating its story of an unsuccessful artist who has turned to drink rather than admit his failure. Catchy tunes, novel lyrics, a chorus of bathing suit models and the human comedy, so typical of the tenement district and the garment factory, will make for heartwarming and enjoyable entertainment. Cantor Lutman in Concert Agudath Israel Synagogue will present Israeli Cantor Fishel Lutman in a Purim concert Sunday evening, Mar. 6. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SO N.W. Slst Place presents an original musical comedy Come Back Little Shikker (Mil a Yidisshe Tom) Tickets Said Oat far Fab. 26th and 27th SEATS STILL AVAILABLE FOR MARCH Sth and 6th For Tickets or Information Call: Mr. Bush at 4S.6401 Mrs. Coverman at 83-3049 Mr. Shamii at 4-54S9 FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN! — CALL MR. BUSH FOR SPECIAL ORGANIZATION PLAN Curtain8:30 a.m. Donation $1.25 Lucia Di Lammermoor Presented by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami Last Two Performances of the Season Thursday, February 24th, Miami Roach Auditorium Saturday, February 26, Dade County Auditorium SEATS STIU AVAILABLE All Metropolitan Cast Starring FERRUCCIO TAGLIAVINI DOLORES WILSON and FRANK 0UARRERA "tictlJt KASHOUTM a MNSt OMAUTtI DER YIDD.SHER FORUM MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, 8 p.m. 7 HI 5 WtEK 0HU THURSDAY, FERRUARY 24, • P.M. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami loach Speaker: The Biblical Scholar, Author mmd Lecturer DR. I. UNTERMAN Topic: The Philosophy of the Ram Bam BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION Corner 40th Street I Prairie Avenue RABBI DR. RALBAG •i Congregation Ohov Shalom, Now York City, "ill deliver the sermon on Skabbos, Fab. 26* ALL ARE INVITED RABBI RALBAG wu ordained at Yosbivo Rabbi Keek in Jerusalem •ml received hit PhD el the University af Chicago No it a direct descendant af RAM! 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PAGE 4 A +j m iitncrk#*r -as K E $ re Offie" and th MSO e Ailiey • a* si S- •>rew *n:: *t M vJemst tlcrtf&n OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 2 -8212 tUIICHlMlOl KATES •sen r-:d=v February 25. 1955 FRLT) K. SHOCHTT Ec .:cr crxi P %  %  v-'-e 29 Number 8 LEO MINDLES N ewT^oT March 3 Means Mowrt SiMi ivbike March 2 ~ecr.= "-' ~~ — --"-" beinc hold bo -9:: ::: the H Sine:' He ?** *" r to he^c defray %  _-.= :.; = ; r. 5 a result oi iU mccrj re* and pialfnM services to residents here. The rr.-r.r.e: in :ceoea to Jcommunity CD : — cance and -• grams. The goc. S150.000, and once Miami We have columns abc Sinai has made du r. a dec %  %  • the £ :.d of achievemer.ben DC ided Mo-. B constc:. 7enerai 0 the hospital s ce .ot fully afiorc il 50 in the cr.nual Jubilee is, in sense, an honor—one which marks Jev -e to the doinq of good deeds %  tmct of charity in its highest form. Supporting Jubilee March 3 means dedicat-,'^rselves to the needs of our neighbor. But it also means insuring the completest fulfillment of our own possible medical needs at some unforeseen t:me. For Mount Sinai Hospital belonas to the community—to each and every one of us. During The Week ... \ i % •y LEO MINDLIN *• It WHO'S NtXT Sacred Liturgy and Music Month The entire nation is now in the midst of marking Jewish Music Month, sponsored annually by "he Jewish Welfare Board. This festival seems to us to be a unique occasion, since it pays tribute to Jewish artistic expression in our modern world. We have, for some time, been aware of an !r.-;reasing musical literature composed by Jews —a phenomenon which indicates the considerably enlarqed degree to which the Jews as a people are participating in aesthetic endeavor. The number of Jewish interpretive musicians durina the past hundred years has been legion, and those amona the artists of our ov/n day easily make up a Blue Book in this field. Keifetz. Rubinstein. Horowitz, Elman. Zimbalist, Goldberg. Solomon, the Lhevines, Peerce. Tucker, Warren. Stern, Steinbera. Pressler. the late WilKapeU, Rose—these are only spme of the personalities who have added to the richness of the world's musical experience. In the field c: creativity the past few decades have witnessed the emergence of an increasing number of Jev mponen and it is to their output that >: '•' Month dedicates itself. Few, indeed .overs of musical art who have not heard the works of Bloch. Milhaud. Ravel. Prokobeff. Mahler. Schoenbera, Berg— the latter two. innovators in aesthetic form and many others. To be hoped for is a Jewish Music Month which will, at some future date, look into the august past of Jewish traditional and liturgical music and which will emphasize this aspect of Jewish contribution to art. Sacred liturgy is inextricably bound to the generations of Jewish travail in exile, and out of that experience have come modes of musical expression which can surely add to the variety and meaning of the world's many compositions in this art form. The Cantors' Association here is takinq a forward role in Miami's celebration of Jewish Music Month. This seems to be an excellent step in that direction. Senior Citizens and Community Vitality The role of the senior citizen in Dade County is being marked this week. The Welfare Planning Council, inspiration for the celbration. is ning Council, inspiration for the celebration, is Develop better understanding of the needs of our community's older residents and appraise their assets and qualities in terms ot possible achievement rather than in terms of problems. Examine the facilities available locally for their needs. Develop programs and additional facilities for their continued progress. We believe these to be noteworthy goals. An entirely new science, geriatrics, has during the past few decades revolutionized prevalent methods of dealing with aged persons. Far from looking upon them as liabilities to the community, the nation is being made increasingly aware that its senior citizens play a clear and important role, both for themselves as well as for the areas in which they reside—that they are fruitfully productive and can. with the proper kind of inspiration, frequently assume positions of leadership to which they bring an experienced point of view. In Miami, the Jewish community has developed a number of planned programs designed to offer its senior citizens outlets for their individual, needs. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, throuqh its Golden Age clubs, offers residents cultural and social activities at frequent intervals durinq the week and in three different areas of the city. At the Jewish Social Service Bureau, senior citizens are advised on a wide range of personal and family problems. JSSB's vocational department also offers older residents who may need it prospects for lucrative employment within the limits of their physical requirements Through the National Council of Jewish Women, former displaced persons, and new Americans qenerally, may receive instruction in citizenship and English language so that they can inteqrate themselves into the community more rapidly and efficiently. i A u X R k mq a ,eadinc r ole 'he Jewish Home cr the Aged, where senior citizens find a sheltered atmosphere which remains, nonetheless an integral part of the area. These programs, and others, ofier older persons advantages in a number of areas of group activity-each aim.na to accomplish :ts spe afic purpose and all. in concert, attempting to develop a well-rounded atmosphere in which the^individual can express himself, can be prc> ductive and can feel he is contributing to the vitality of the community in which he lives Mum* Jewry thus seems to be critically aware of the needs of its aqina and agd 2 sons_ In accordance with the qoals set forth by Senior Citizens Week. „ „ be.nq qiven an vShTEmJ 7 lr*r* 1,S P^— in 9 deaUn^ Z m?i? "*** Qnd to e a ""ne the poss&ilit? of malting improvements. FDiHiy COL. NASSER apparently doesn't intend making the s ame takes that plummeted his predecessor. Gen. Naguib. to the depths ^I political impotence Recognizing that the Arab League is a fictJon everything but name, he is determined to put first things first_hj m J!l above Egypt and Egypt above all. Col. Nasser is a shrewd fellow; military title is proof of that. One can .see him easily; the patron" hicountry, a benevolent soul who shuns the highest honors of general! drip, a man for whom being a colonel is self-ambition enougl In this regard. Nasser has long been aware that even tbeti c..rnn hatred for Israel will soon become insufficient cause to keep the feudj Arab lords together. History is now hi* teacher. Anti-Semitism--^ more specifically the Nazi brand of anti Setnitism—is therefore inviw! into the inner circle of his advisement If circumstance will n J' perm(, him to play upon the spirit of nationalism of his people—a satisfied belly and clothes to cover nakedness have priority over militant nation. alism even for the Egyptians-Nasser hopes to maintain hit p<,wJ through the simple expedient of mass prejudice There Isufficient precedent for the success of thi> technique. G| •ntioni Of F.uropean experience, even unto the days of Hitler, haul proven it as a more than fair possibility for guaranteeing a dictator',] BUIII European bigotry found its source in orthodox ( atholitiad >pt is alien to that source, it has a worl tuti tin traditional'' antagonism between Arabs and Jewreaching back to the days of the Bible Col Nasser thn UMlia himself by bad imprisoning others and beating to death still ners-a|| in the name of "Zionist ipying." The physical methodHitler'ul the -. .il techniqueare the Soviet's—fear for the "cosmopolltal i MI-, actual!) the dictatorial need to repress kmksul 'li-ent • • • • • THIS SERIES .f eventl harightfully aroused the wrath of insj world opinion But it la interesting to note that a minor I s i„ r( .jgl service official in Egypt, while also deploring the hangit -event I weeks ago it was impossible for our government to do an> i .re thai I itdisapproval and hope such inhuman dealinga notfc] repeated. Doing more, the U.S. official indicated, could be con-tru: as meg-l 1 dims with the internal affairof another nation. Even so au. .-• „ both I .,the UN prohibits this kind of action in the realm of intenutkaa business. And of course the United States never meddles with the ia>I ternal affairs of another country The recent communist U| .ing-i i South America petered out by themselve-: Washington I notiusf | 'whatever to do with it. The unilateral decision on the part of former President 'irumankl [defend South Korea in June. 1950. was by no means an intrusion ak| the home problems of another government Chiang Kai-shek stand's f nobly in Formosa simply because he is a mighty military force of vhal Red China is mortally afraid When we advised Peiping to keepsl j handoft Quemoy and happened to mention that U.S. jetv jid sml Bi U air umbrella for the evacuation of the Tachcns. what thick-minddl per-on could possibly construe this to mean our count rv me i!c-rti| the internal affairs of a foreign DO*. The trouble with the minor American official's remark lay mill intellectual dishonesty Unfortunately, it does not end with him l| teUeetual dishonesty ia hallmark of modern international affairs hi cause we continue to mouth political philosophies generation; old anil find it necessary to act according to contemporary need. I..ti"ni-al ] a term applied two dei to a concept opposing the revolution %  ry" principle of collective security, found its source in the .Mnrl Doctrine—once a wise poUej for a fledgling republic but tuii [ national de-tiny were it followed today. • e • JUST AS we gram tn reject American ImlslliinaMi. so ha etaUJ and rightly, come to realize that the internal affairs of other r j are our businesi arc. indeed, the obvious result of this rejediofj in c.use they may vitally affect our way of life here at home But thj liabeen an unfortunate cultural lag between practical realization** action on the one hand and verbal acquiescence on the Othei There was nothing else for Mr Truman to do in 1950 but adv*| Congress that, regardless ,,f subsequent UN pronouncementwe im* defend South Korea. The silent and efficient role we played in squelt* j ing the recent communist uprisings in South American countries *j tribute to our government and forces us to wonder why we cannot j equally silently and efficiently in Europe and Asia. It is therefore clearly necessary for us to modernize our tional thinking, else we will continue to be looked upon by thai pan the world for which East and West are now fighting as in impenaW expansionist" nation When Mao Tse Tung told our government t*H our support of Chiang Kai-shek and Formosa represents an intru*j into China'! internal affairs, he was flinging back at us the I Cdntemporar) international confusion. For would we not ac" -imilatlfj were I foreign power suddenly to manifest military interest in la] t aU or Puerto Rico or the British West Indies^ The fact of the matter is that Formosa remains the la-i battlefl "I the Chinese Civil War. To Mao, Chou en Lai and other Red Ch* leaders, this island is a symbql of their incomplete mainland vicOT If our government has decided to defend Formosa in order t> fru.-traw thetf complete triumph, it ill behoves the President, as he did in reeenl %  d4reaatn Congress, to advance the fiction of Chians K" 1 and Chinese democracy. We must |„„k upon it for what it is Intil we have decided to*| cord Red China recognition, as I believe is inevitable I al I*' 111 '' I that Chiangs defection to Mao Tse Tung, otherwise, is equall) inev "'' I -we must call a spade a spade. Pronouncements about the inviolabiiuj Of the internal affairs of foreign governments is by now downnf sickening Whether in Egypt or in China, international honesty wholly to be desired.



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LmAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1955 +Jmlst> Ikrklitr PAGE 5 A \Cooncil of Jewish Women To faction of Section officers for | 11955-1956 *' ,ake plaCe When the Lliami B each and M am 0ivisions | 0 [ the National Council of Jewish lu-omcn ,eet joinUy Wednesda y Lerno-n. March 2. at Koubec Cenller Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Section lprc-.i<1.it. will preside. ___ Elect Officers, See Play Mrs. David Catsman, chairman, will introduce Mrs. Sylvia Furlong, head of the Drama Department at Miami High School, who will present a group of students in "What Hides the Iron Curtain." Anthony Ricciardi is student director. Newsman to Reside in Miami Herman Leder, former Washington, D. C. news correspondent, is now a Miami resident. Leder has been a representative of the Associated Press and was Washington correspondent of the Central European International News Service in Vienna. Leder is scheduled to leave for Israel March 6. ; Retarded Children Thrift Shop Continues Operation Thrift Shop of the Society for ; Retarded Children continues its I operation at 209 South Miami ave., according to an announcement by Frank Kahn, president. In charge of the shop is Mrs | Lilyan Lasky, of 3026 Coconut %  Grove ave., Coral Gables. Mrs. Laskey, who is also secretary of the organization, said that donations of | clothing and household articles I may be made directly at the Thrift j Shop. Proceeds are for the education and treatment of retarded children tin the Miami area, she said. AMAZING CHOOSE EW COFFEE e £ ?* tt %  ^ J' /: %  -; -5 -\ /! utv •U* W*aJ p5* fc nntf ** o( n Cohort ,ev.ofe *~ MMdl Vlooso „ f olW W-* 4 iosiort •* V, a** o>*' '£&'" c* *OHO HM 1 -iH0^ : INSTA*L **-~T^ •^ Mi tA MW U Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny FLAVOR BUDS" of red coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous MAXWELL HOUSE FLAVOR! A Utt.rl y unlike old-tty le i n ta nf *" ... just a* quick but taste* so different! In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. At the exact moment of fresh-brewed perfection, the water is removed by a special Maxwell House processleaving the millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! 100% purs coffee ... no fillers added! You just add hot water : and the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've^ever tasted. One sip and you'll never so back to old ways! Save* you monoy, tool When you use the large economy-size jar of Instant Maxwell House, you save up to 75y—compared to three poimds of old-fashioned ground coffee! Pur* coffee onjoymonl on Jho Sabbath—and ovory day! Next Sabbath and every Sabbath—today and every day—enjoy all the wealth of deliciousnees, all the deep, rich flavor of this wonderful new Instant Maxwell House Coffee. Your family and friends will love it, because Instant Maxwell House is the overwhelming iavorite in Jewish homes! 100% pure coffee:;.the only instant coffee with that GOOP-TO-THE-LAST-PROP flavor!



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PAGE 6 A + i~4**nt*kMan FRIDAY, FEBRUARY^ Sheilas Troth Told By Kargew; Morris Waldman Her Fiance Mils Heiea felt Feldman, Bloom Pick December Mia Helen Feldman has cho-en December for her marriage to Stan (Sonn) The bride-elect 1the daughter : Mr Lswrence Feldman. SW 18'h tX She graduated Miami Senior High School ar.d i0Ot> I mu-:c -tudent at the University of Miami. Miss Feldman is president of the | Adult League of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Mr Ei' %  %  I Mr. and Mrs. Philip M Bloom. 1400 SW 15th •" ialso a Miami High graduate. He attended the CM and -ened in the Air Force He inow -uperft'illmark Sen-ice System aw. *r—* at. *>•-! The engagement of their daughSheila, to Morns Waldman is 1 'announced by Mr and Mrs. Emanuel Karger. 2962 SW 2nd at, Mi" ami Mr Waldman ithe son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Waldman. 2302 Frame ave.. Miami Beach Karger U a graduate of Mi. ;ami Senior High SchooJ. where -he I member of Omega Delta PsL Mr Waldman graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the University of Miami He is associated with his fath er in the operation of the Waldraan hotel chain, which includethe Waldman hotel on Miami Beach formerly the Lord Tarleton. the Victor hotel, also on Miami Beach and the Murida hotel. Long band, N V Karger. the bride-elect s mother 1active in the national Man's Organization of nca Dorothv Balber Becomes Mrs. Jerome Brain-"in Double Ring Kites at Beth El r>. e a gown of lace and nylon tuile The French lace bodice and deeply Doro M Br. 6 '' — B^th | R,bbi pointed peplum were over the gosShmaryahu S rd samer nylon tulle and fell into a J ballerina gown Featured were a sweetheart neckline and long tapered sleeves Her bouquet was of a felt muff consisting of orchid v The bridal veil was of lace and nylon tulle, with little pearls Maid of honor for j around the crown She wore white The bride i.the : I Mr. and Mn. Joseph J 2934 SW 25th ter The groom parents are Mr and Mn A' r.-. Brams. 1441 SW 14th ave The bnde was given in marriage ; by her father Brahms, Beethoven Scheduled Tne University of Miami School r,.-e-ent Eugene Duind Jeffrey Stoll. piprogram and piano or. Monday eveFeb. 28. in Beaumont Hall. sonatas by Johannes Brahm.-. first in <1 major. Opus 78. and the third in D minor. Opus 108 ar.d the ninth Beethoven sonata 47 kr.. un a* the Krcutzer." e been chosen for performance the double ring ceremony waPhyllis Ro-kin. attired in a twopiece kelly green dre-of peau ie. Flower girl was Ilene L. Corenblum. in a pink embo.-.-ed nylon dre;.s with peter pan collar. Barbara Greene took care of the guest book Best man for hifriend was Irwin Stolow l'-h %  e luded Sanford Baiber and Sanford Susman. the brides brother and groomfriend, respectively. For her wedding, the bride cho-e Sandra Sutta Born Mr and Mr-. Bernard Sutta anr.jnce the birth of their daughter. Sandra Elaine. Feb. 16 at Mertj Hospital. The new arrival joins her six-year-old brother, Elliott Grandparentare Mr and Mrs. William Friedman, of Miami. J-idge Milton A Friedman ithe children".uncle Roosevelt Jewels to Meet Roosevelt Jewel-. Council 1. Pyihian Sun-hine Girl-, will hold a card and games party on Monday evening. Feb. 28 at the Home Milk c Jodie Diamond Plans Rites for April 2nd Mr and Mn Benjamin Diamond. 4100 Pine Tree dr.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Jodie, to Sy Kaplan, son of Mr. and MrMorris Kaplan. 8011 Cecil st.. Biscayne Point. The bride-elect i< a graduate of Miami Beach High School, attended the Cnivenity of Wisconsin and received her degree in education at the University of Miami. She ii currently teaching at Central Beach Elementary School. Mr. Kaplan attended Hofstra College in Long bland. X.Y.. and is associated with Hal Winter Co.. of Miami Beach The couple are planning on an April 2 wedding to be held in Miami Beach lace shoes. Formerly of Pittsburgh. Pa., the bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and was a member of Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, for three years. The groom is originally from Monticellow. NY. He is a graduate Of Monticello High School, sened three and a half years in the United States Marine Corps and saw service in Korea. He ipresently in the wholesale liquor busint• — A reception followed the ceremony at Beth El. Among out-oftown guests were Mr and Mrs. Alex Harris. Pittsburgh: Mrs. B. Bel kin. Mrs. F Lipsit. Mr. and Mrs. S. Chinchuck and famiiv and Mrs. A. Hall, all of New York; and Mrs. S. Penner. Pittsburgh. The couple honeymooned in Nassau and are now at home at 1630 SW 4th st Mist Sfci/ Kfwfr %  v stair '-I I I — _s] r.. % %  • Robert, son of Mr and Mr.-. Saul Bernstein. 1260 SW 19 ter.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 26. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Robert attends Shenandoah Junior High School and is in the school chorus. He is the president of the junior congregation at Miami HebrewSchool. The Bar Mitzvah will conduct the entire services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mn. Murray Kaufman, of 3501 69th st., is recuperating at home • after surgery at Mount Sinai Hos. pital "to "6 %  & Mrs. Abraham Wouk. mother of | "Caine Mutiny" author Herman i Wouk. was co-hostess at a recent j Yeshiva University Women's Or> ganization benefit affair at Waldmanhotel. Mrs Wouk is president of the groups Manhattan divi-ion. vice president of the New York chapter of Mizrachi and j chairman of the charter members for the Albert Ein-tein College of Medicine Also acting ahottest '-• David L V promj. nent Brooklyn. N Y Jewish leader. Well known Cantor Sholom Katz made a recent concert appearance at Waldmanhotel during hi-t.,v I in Miami Beach Vacationing now at Waldman, are Rabbi and MrJacob ohen of Ohev Sholom Synagogue in Spring Valley, N Y Rabbi Cohen al-o ichaplain at Rockland State Hospital it Rabbi and Mrs A Jacobson are extending their vacation with a i'T i**?. f rest at the Sterling hotel before returning to their home in the Bronx The Rabbi and his wife have just returned from a ,tour of Lsrael. lUrgtell Stuart Spttl* Stuart Spector Bar Mitzvah Saturday Stuart Spector will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday i:iomin| senices of Beth David C'>ngree>'' tion. Feb. 26. He is the son of the Louts Spec-.] tors, 125 SW 22nd rd.. Miami. A seventh grade student at She* andoah Junior High SchooJ. Stum | is a member of the Boy Scouts aai the Phillis Kapp cotillion He hat been a student in Beth Pivid religious school for four years; Stuart will mark his Bar MiUvii during the week of the goldei wedding anniversary' of h' s & nB ^ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector, Miami pioneers. Himaternal-| grandmother is Mrs. Annie Rice. also of Miami. A reception will follow the ceremony at home. Out-of-town guesttwill include Mr. and Mrs H. PnM kup, of Revere, Mass StuartV] grand uncle and aunt UM Chorus in Periormonce Concert Chorus" of the University of Miami School of Music. Wilfred Smith. director. will present Charles Gounod's "St. Cecilia Matt" in Beaumont Hall on Wedat ,he Monte Cario ho,el %  eaday evening. March 2. Joanl I rvin Lehrman Cornberg will be accompanist. 'speaker. Rabbi Lehrman Will Speak Next meeting of the Chicaf*-J Club of Greater Miami will k j held on Sunday evening. Feb.il 1 will l>e ?ues> ] Tots About Town ••• Ardm' the ulus lunioT High School. | EELS? TemP e nlig !" OW THE BALL... urge, WHATS THE STORY • '.a*. Kenneth Tate laughingly. He Frederic Ira Weitx. **'% th. tt „ of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Wei* Stanlt^.IaKmQ.lOOlhsL 51st st **^



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,pV.FEB RtJAflY25.J96S,, Hsterfiood Counts [5 Sponsors as lusicale Nears Larked by reaching its midway Irk already with 73 sponsors, the Wsorv' committee of the Sisterknd of Temple Emanu-El spent is week completing its final sponfcr ,' listing. [j|r Samuel Fnedland, commitL chairman, is assisted by cohairmen Mrs. Max Bauer ;nd Mrs. j perlmutter. Their committee Members are the Mesdames Joseph I Berman, Joseph M. Lipton, DaId Levinson, Raymond Rubin, AlK Sussman, Milton Smith. Charles bsengarten, Harry Kortezky, B. I. Hinder. George J. Talianoff, Simon [ Rubin. Samuel Lipton, George tildberg. Joseph M. Rose, Jules l (h.-.nning and Nathan Serota. JThe Sisterhood is staging a largetale Purim play and ball the night March 5 in the grand ballroom the Fontainebleau h6tel. The ,ay. a musicale. will dedicate its loceeds to the Temple's religious Ihool for children, as its annual [ml raising event. Director is Irs. Irving LChrman. Sisterhood fesidcnt is Mrs. Irving Cypen. twish Sisterhood Council fill Hear Mrs. Awnor Council of Jewish Sisterhoods 111 hear a message from Mrs. JaLh Awner, first vice president of | National Women's Branch of o Union of Orthodox Jewish Conegatmns of America at a meet: Monday afternoon at Knes. .grael Congregation. [MrJonah E Caplan is program I an, Mrs Simon April is |, ni of the Council. Mrs. \ %  hill will deliver the invollior. %  Three short skits will be pre|ntt'.-l entitled. "What's Wrong li'h This Pitcure?" Participating 111 be Rose Aaronoff, Ramona | Edith Seif. Charlotte SelRer, Ann Za-cla and Ida Zisquit. [. Ralbag to Preach )r .!. Howard Kaioag will delivthe sermon during Saturday taring services of Beth Israel Ingregation. Dr. Ralbag was orkint-if Rabbi as the youngest memfr (f his class at the Central kfvenal Theological Seminary in krutalem in 1935. He occupies the pipit (tf Congregation Ohav Sholin New York City. Neil Rollnick Bar Mitzvah Saturday Neil Steven Rollnick, sorl of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rollnick. 1173 Marseille dr., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah daring Saturday morning services Feb. 26. at Tifereth Israel Northside Center. Rabbi Abraham Hers6n. spiritual leader, and Neil Steven's teacher, will officiate, with Cantor Albert Glantz rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Neil Steven is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and Ls~ a member of the graduating class of the religious school of Tifereth Israel. X9&9ML PAGE 7A mflfl H^SsP'JB^^' 2^ %  ^H WJA^. Weiss to be Feted At Surprise Party Jacob Weiss will be honored by his wife, Ann, at a surprise party for him in honor of his birthday on Saturday evening. Feb. 26, at their home. 2530 SW 25th ave. The buffet dinner will be the site for a gathering of relatives and friends, both from Miami and outof-town. Some 35 guests have been invited. From Mjami are their children, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Goldman, Mr. pnd Mrs. M. Marco and Mr. and Mrs. S. Wagner. Relatives and friends of Miami are Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs. M. Beigel, Mr. and Mrs. S. Gladstone. Mr. and Mrs. I.. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. F. Sandier and Mr. and Mrs. A. Shkoler. From Rochester, NY., are Mr. and Mrs. J. Rappaport, Mr. and Mrs. A. Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Baron and Mrs. Ray Michaels. From Boston is Miss Rosalie Goldman. Mr. and Mrs, H. Weiss are here from Detroit and Mr. Morris Weiss, brother of Jacob Weiss, is here from Poughkeepsie Final Plans tar Tag Day Announced on Miami Beach Final plans for Miami Beach Multiple Sclerosis Tag Day. Feb. 28, were announced Wednesday by Mrs. Merel Dunne, Beach chairman. Captains appointed were Mrs. Lillian Miller. Mrs. Leo Rubin. Mrs. Florence Contos, Mrs. Frieda Friedman, Sandford Dernis and Bert Tumpson. They will be assisted by the following corporals: Mrs. Betty Bruckner, Irving Resnick. Betty Babbit, Mrs. Sara Dublin, Mrs. Ida C. Goldmann, Mrs. M. Zocks. Mrs. Bessie Lefkowitz. Mrs. Jean Swartz, Mrs. Ben London, Mrs. B. Fuchsman. Mrs. Rae Bobomen, Mrs. Rose Altman, Mrs. Max Homer, Mrs. Edna Belford. Mrs. Etka Takche and Mrs. Wesley Bimbach. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 M.l. 5th St. PH. f-1401 AL MEIDENBERG, Owner f f f f < # Special Occatlon ^ f Have mat Business Meeting, t Banquet, OP You'll find complete)^ facilities to exactly satisfy" your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, beIt for a wedding or a private party I, Ardmore Ntil S. Rollnick Karen Beth Born Mr. and Mrs. Sam Waldman, of 4401 Sheridan ave., have announced the birth of their daughter. Karen Beth, on Feb. 14. orrfesf for Comedy Script [North Shore B'nai B'rith Women %  is week revealed a contest for le b. INDOOR TEMPLE CHAPEL BAROQUE DINING ROOM WHITE LEAF LOUNGE BRIDAL LOUNGE TEMPLE RECEPTION HALL DINING TERRACE oo-tho-Bcry PATIO DANCE PAVILION Ton* Teanple To. 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PAGE 8 A +Jewish fhrkttar .'. Music Festival Features Choirs !e to America ithe theme •ed f- Mrs Ben Zion • burs, chairThis concert. preocal. choral, nd c—rr rw Center, with the cooperation of the Cant ation and the Bur eau of Jewish Education Cantor Samuel Kelemer. president of the MTVHiTemple Beth Sholom S "• hood -li present in origof Liberty directed b> Sidney ed b\ -%  ***ri burg at the piano and Victor Stern, who is fir-t vfolist ol the I'niverMty of Miami Symphony Orchestra' Srecently w.iawarded a local citation as compo the jrear The liturgical section of the program will include %  e tocttora of both a traditional and modern • • Then %  rill be performanceb] I hrard Ncin and the North Shore Jewish ("enter directed by Kli Samuel Cantor and the Viddiah foift music Itted <>n the part of the progi ted .. Mrill dances bj the C.V n Temple Israel choir will appear on Jewish Music Festival proFront row 'left to right) are Frances Tarboux, accompanist, and Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Rear (left to right! are R. ion Dutton. Flora Previn, Carolyn Pearce and Leon Shift. F:=gler-Granada chorus rehearse? for the GMJCC Jewish Music Festivcl Wednesday night at Miami Beach High School cditorium. At the piano is Mrs. Paul Draizar, director. Members of the chorus are 'left to right/ the Mesdames Nat Weiss, Ray Benin, Raymond Levine. Joseph Uram, Joseph Kauifman. Daniel Lapin. Not shown in picture is Mrs. Edward Moore. SlflOHN Suqanne i f!^ ^ T ABLE SWEETENER Notnioy oW rh Oni.-u you want Don t give up sweets Reduce with Sugarme Use for table, cooking, biking frothy desserts It's the easy way to a slender figure No ghi producing coiorwi yot 3 D#Or>S SWUTEN coH—Of too. Sugarme is concentrated sweetness, nothing more It can t add weight because it has no calories. Enjoy its perfect sugar flavor today No* o oV^o guorant—d hormHii Sate for children, adults, diabetics, chronic over-weights. Pure Sugarme • doctor-recommended. Get a big 4-0/ shaker-top bottle for only ~5<. I'll' grocers everywhere THE MODERN WAY fo AN EYE CATCHING SLENDER FIGURE AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE At b raiPAY, FEBR UARY,, ^.< UM Son. fcj be MeortJ The University 0 f \ Uim phonic Band and Mm.,1 ,r m hnvfi huin kul4.J _,„ .iiixentr have been invited f or the consecutive year to appp J £" lie concert with Paul u X^T rector of the Cities Serv ce ^ of America, as KU est J,"" 1 The program will, h JveTSg* County Auditorium M.* ning. Mar. 7. withselo,,,,,,,/^ band and the chorut„ h ,. ,.' l a over the WIOD-NBt network e £.'OIKI Katz Named Presid K.iar.a Katz has "em Miss r/orence Kenen Polk Dance (in.up wfcON leader is MornUrovalD bet 'n elected^ president of a teen age : ro Congrecitian Beth Jacob. Othofficers named}include Minerw V*. vice president; Victor t treasurer: and Esther Blej •ary. Thgroup n fetj T3 day I under tl i>f Rabbi Akiva Chill. North Shore Jewish Center Choir is conducted by Eli Samuels (rear row, center). Shown are the Mesdames Dorothy Sponder. Florence Wasserman, Betty Mendelson, Gladys Alpert and Miss Sylvia Blumenfeld. Rear row are Mrs. Clara Felicoff. Miss Pearl Wallace. Paul Press, Samuels, Irving Shalom, Mrs. Beverly Schwartz and Miss Flora Jacobson. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood chorus is led by Cantor Samuel Kelemer (front row. center •nth Hy Fried (rear row, center) as accompanist. Members cf the chorus are the Mesdames Alexander Kcgan, Harry Gordon, Michael Mersel. Nathan Beckman. John Adler. Morns Aipart. Camille Baum. Hersch Berman, Jonas Brotman. Nathan Bushman, Jean Dunkelman, Mever Epstein Jacob Fishman, Samuel Frankel. Beatrice Frieder, David Green, OscarGreen. Stanley Heller, Victor Hollander, David Joseph, Irving Kaplan. Samuel Kelemer, Maurice Kovnat. Marcus William Masur. Donald Murray. Sylvia Pass. Sol Pine, Doris Rakoff, Sadie Robinson. M. H. Rosenhouse, Jack Rosentha!, Ruth Rothman. Esther Rubin. Hyman Silver, Sally Vernick. Dorothy Watten and William Yanowitz. EVERYONE LOVES... AUGUST3*0$. BREAD ':''.'-'' V • %  %  ••**.• %  '.•.•. THE BREAD THAT'5 NATURALLY GOOD • VtMNA -BOMMMRYe .PUMPFMW F*£AtC# B*£AD-E66 WISP AUGUST 8R0S. BREAD it* -Rrl M % 



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„p A y, FEBRUARY 25, 1955 +Jewish norkiton ICCJ Brotherhood (inner Honors Six six Dadc Countians. three of l hf m c.vic leaders and Ihree of hum teen .gen. received regional Lard', for their outstanding conLetters To The Editor PAGE 9 A ributioiis to brotherhood, while Blank was honored with a na%  lo'n'al award on behalf of the same Sam Blank i,u-c al the annual Brotherhood linner of the National Conference Christiana and Jews Tuesday in nc Fontainebleau hotel. • Brotherhood awards, in tribute nr their contributions to greater plerance and better understandkg, went to Stanley C Myers, atprney, five times president of the onference oi Jewish Federations kid Will,ire Funds and three times resident, including his current prni. of the Greater Miami Jewish (•dilation; Faris N. ("owart, an acbuntant and Miami's "Man of the oar.' chosen in 1953 by the blights of Columbus; and Cecil P. land, Elks and Kiwanis Club lember who has devoted many barb to the causes of NCCJ. [Principal speaker was Florida lator George Smathers, who told persons at the dinner that "we living in dangerous times," tuning the nation to mak'.certain %  captures the hearts and minds of J world confronted by agijrcsMYe %  talitarianism. [The three young persons honorwere Ronald Adler, Albertha bhnvon and Bill Renuart. roceeds for Sunday School IBazaar and carnival will be spo'nIred by the Ladies' Auxiliary of bngregation Monticello Park on Vurda) evening, Feb. 26. and confuting mi Sunday throughout the fcy. Proceeds of the bazaar will used toward the building of a laj school, Edito;, The Jewish Floridian: As one who is charged with th? responsibility of providing educational guidance to our young Jewish boys and girls in our community, I would like to "spotlight" with more attention the very excellent and most pertinent article of Mr. Leo Mindlin in the Feb. 18 issue of The Jewish Floridian. Th general problem for us Jews |of religious instruction in our public schools (a accentuated evtr; 'year at the Christmas and East.'r seasons. Our boys and girls, particularly those nttendin;; Hebrew religious schools, are personally confronted with problems that they should not be called upon to solve | at their tender age. The parents usually follow the path of least re sistance because it is the most i comfortable in providing guid ance. Either they are too busy for an answer, or else they provide convenient rationalizations for acquiescence with the system that permits or rather imposes this violation of the basic American policy of the separation of Church and State. And what are some of our socalled (and oft-times self-sty led) religious leaders doing? Are they standing up and presenting then views and demands with the same Vigor and spirit that James Noel di I when he demanded a return of religious instruction (that is the religious instruction of the majority) in our public schools? Are the) attempting to ease the pressure ^hat causes our Jewish children to be ostracized if they do not conform in participating in religious celebrations and songs that glorify | another religion, in violation of | their own religious precepts and principles? Oh no, these, estimable gentlemen of the cloth sit in the solitary splendor of their Olympian Religious Heights and very carefully refrain from any activity that would mar the serenity of their personal existence. #"or you see, they are far more interested in perpetuating their own important stature in their particular narrow province than in being what a true religious leader in Israel should be —a "Morch Derech"—a guide to a way of life, even if that way lies to controversy and struggle. It certainly is much more pleasant for the individual to keep quiet, as Dr. Finkelstein partially did, and i then later to shrug his shoulders "without concern" than to let his voice—"the voice of Jacob"—be heard. The great pity of it all is that due to such defection on the part 'of those of us who are highly regarded in the Gentile world, as is 1 Dr. Finkelstein, erroneous reports the fabulous land of enchantment HAVANA ... less than an hour away CffBJWA flies you there on giant 4 engine DELUXE CONSTELLATIONS 4 ROUND-TRIP FLIGHTS DAILY $ 3 6 ROUND TRIP Pius tax see your TRAVEL AGENT or CALL 9-2*51 €UB*\A AiRUWS 100 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD appear, which, in turn, lead to further trouble to us as Jews in the community. But perhaps it is wrong for me to disturb those, who like I)r Finkelstein. remain in their own "Paradise" to dream pleasantly and not only fail us when we need them, but by their silence actually provide ammunition for those who are seeking to engulf us, even if it means a violation of the sprit of the Constitution of this land. Know ye good people therefore, from whence our "Uuros" steins Of course, there are nu.ny reasons, but one of the most important (if not the most important) is the prevalence of "false" leaders amons us that exemplify the atti tude of Dr. Finkelstein, which was so graphically described by our discerning Mr. Mindlin. and the deplorable lack of strong, torceful. self-sacrificing prophet-like leaders who .would be willing to assume Hicibunle',ta'^wcll as the fame, of being a true leader in Israel. As for Dr. Louis Finkelstein, perhaps it might be wise for him to change his first name. "Louis" usually is associated with "Laib." which means "lion." Certainly, the response of our Dr. Louis was somewhat less than that of a lion and more like that of a rabbit. when he met with Dr. Nance Of Tampa. GEORGE GOLDBERG 2900 SW 16th st %  EDITOR'S NOTE: The central i i "i Mi Miiiiiiin'H column l.ii in. ii Hi Hpirltual H in. II i.. |,j i he Jewlali Theological Hemliutrs lia-i "' '.," %  lj r|MM led in Hi,daily nresa -.f Miami Di IITII<.-I-! %  IS 11I ii. %  i hliii-.n itdvoi Hi ri-liti.II in-ii JI i Ion In the r7ui• lir Bllwood Nam i IT, iii. HI ,,r the t'nlvemtl) <.f Tami'.i. and Jainea Noel, former iMde %  II .in \ Rchool I loanl meroltei R i thoun fi he i ilium..hi. -il on it quently dui Ina the nemln n i Adenauer Plans Improvement Continued from Paga 1 A [ quick and effective improvements. new efforts are now being made. 'A working committee has been formed, consisting of the responsible federal agencies, the highest compensation authorities of the Lacndcr and the Parties of the Bundestag, which is preparing as speedily as possible an amendment i o ihe Federal Indemnification Law." lh" Chancellor stressed the fact that "it is assured that the amendments can then be enacted in the shortest possible time, Certainly before the summer recess of the Bundestag and. Bundesrat." He al so assured Dr. Goldmann that the most earnest attention will be given to the specific recommendations of the Claims Conference which are being conveyed in c W tinued consultations between ( ference representatives and otti cials of the Federal Government. 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PAGE 10 A %  i*~.utnrrk#>ri SISygjggY*. Pioneer Institutions for Aged Slate Regular Meetings for Plan Exchange Eg pk.nr.me for their panicipaphiianthropM Ra>rn.>ri H Harr. r. Sen .or Citizens Week %  ponmar. director: and K Landsored by the Senior C::.i:rPivisrom. 83-yearo!d re-ident f the Welfare Planning Coun-he Pade cil. officer*, administrators and County H>me f>>r :he A. I Boaaged of four nonprofit f R ibert in-titutions and the Dade Const] •, • r. Dade •• for the Aged met t SOow; Mrs for the first time in their history \;ip\n^ N.von. superintendent: !i-t week in the new Abiin Mean( j Rober I .^year-old re-i monal building of the Jewi*h 4 Home for the Aged. Present for the k e for Repre.-enting Bay Oak? Home the Aged. 151 NE S2i • %  lor the Aged. 435 NT 34th st were AD e Kurrnan. president Maurice MrT V. Moore, trea-urer. Mr}v ; -r -tein. executive director: and Hazel Carter, director: and Mrs M rs Ann, ..r-old Mary Marquette. 8->ear-oid rearesident. Older W >mer. > c\>operadent. Attending for Covenant tj ve League. 243 NE 2: Palms Home for the Aged. 8401 Mrs Ada Strong president .VW 27:h ave.. were Edward AndFlorence Harr.iirectreasurer and noted Miami tor. and Dr I r.c.;n Gn surer and 73 year-old resident. (llder W mn e n Cooperative League held Open House on Tuedav Bav Oak-wa-open on Thiir-•bo scheduled l Count)! Homo "ii Friday, Feb 25 between 2 and 4: Covenant I Palm• Sal intoj Feb 2*. '' tueen 2 and 4: and Jcwi-h Home I I). 2.. between 2 and 4. \, -t -ult of the leadership and guidance of Dr Walter O. Walker. chairman, and Miss Barbara Jack, sccretarv of the Senior CitizenDi I and Harold Thurman. chair 1 man. Senior Citizens Week, all of the institutions are planning to •egular meetings in the future \change of experiences regarding building plans, programs. First Sunday BreokW* First in a seru,, ( 11I ,.,^ B J ingbreakf^Ufor^^V the Bar Mitzvah and Coi, classes will be held !" mstalle.l the following officers: J m „ming. Feb 27 i n it, "* Z Stadlan. president; J Free. Mrs. ^jh David s \ : e Ch W Histadruth fairs f—1 Htotadruth Ivnth of Greater Miami held a meeting Sunday, when I poet J J Sehwartz lectured on ( hami N. Biaiik. Or. J. Hurwitz synagogue A { llis and M A Rabmowitz. vice (ef> headed by Mrs. F.d w preaktenti; S Vogelbaum. treasurj wil i Sierve Mn B. Stadlan and A. Licbman. secretaries. M***, Scholar^. Florida American Jewish Discusses Rambam Dr Vuldisher Torum heard Isaac j awarded 10 scholarships.,, aa 'I" li lir.fl'lll 1-11 '.111 I rl ft it 1. li % %  .. ( \ I 1 Mvfaba, ngre I'nterman Thursday evening 0*1 at versity of Miami Human Rei Kneseih hrael Congregation in a j Department. Dr D. an talk on the Rambam George i. -sv,-g e ley. chairman, revealed th ( medical, nursing and dietary problems ar.d purchasing These insti %  •• PUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSSMU.E 001 3 C OlVaW POt •OX SEAT £SEVATH>4S PHONi 5-0348 AT THI TRACK OF STARS MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH BND OF COLLINS AVI. WttCT BUS mi mm SERVICE frMftN* i BfAM EMM at 7, lim. 7M-4 f M. bo. U lot St mi M AM. r 7 aahMH IH H.W. M St mi RoM mm, CREATE* MIAMI'S MOST CONVENIENTLY IOCATE0 0OO TRAC BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL .. •JACK JUSTICE THE SURFSIDE REALTOR •513 Harding Avo.. SurHid* 1075 5rh St., Boy Harbor Isle Phon. UN .764* m^ UN „ m LEONARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG • BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPELS Home of the Beautiful Blue Fleet Ambulances AnnounvPH \vw Telephone \umbers: ] 1850 ALTON ROAD JE1-5844JE1-5OO5JE4-21O0 1250-79th STREET UN 5-2222 J. C. EWNM, ft-,*, mk^tm %  mmmum „„ ^^ „„. snm 24-HOUR SERVTC2 --:•.



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JWIY. FEB RUA_RY 25, 1955 0*1 %  Z!**!** fUrkliinn y PAGE 11 A perpetuate Middle East Peace by Aiding Israel, Roosevelt Demands p|l best way V perpetuate and j dress, the Congressman warned u-antee lasting peace in.the Midthat the United States should not ; gad i s to help the torward help keep in power such overn„,,,.,of the State of Israel, said ments "which are directly opposed Kfornia Congressman Jam Ml to our democratic and humanitar[osevelt, addressing a group of Uers and accountants Sunday al hmi Beach j —man Roosevelt was lan principles Roosevelt declared be aspect* to discuss the State Department reply on the floor of Congress. He drew V?% <*i a r b K nc c a p;,rallH hetween 3tor colonial W &&£?£& a protective coating, has m approved by the Union of WMox Jewish Congregations of "wica for use in all Kosher %  Ms, lAccording to Lamm, "independP< laboratory tests have proved I superiority of new Lamco AllFfwe 1'olish and Silver Cleaner „ a "'her silver polishes on F market. The polish, which is hni ', on rustic, non-toxic, ^Powdering and easy to apply Perfect for silver, aluminum pxelam. chrome or glass. C"", „ Lamm said in ,he Sth U f Kosner homemakers as "mcQS^PS* ,he y are u in 8 %  "ta proudly displays the Kosher h every bottle. Lamco AllLand Protective Slier will soon be available er stores in this area." Vhraham M. Cassel, director of |ford School. 1204-1254 West avc., peach, announced this week It the school will conduct a sumGreater Miami Jewish Federation. camp for.boys and girls from Hescribins the local and national ji to Sept. 1. [health and welfare institutions rerne .amp will be directed and cc 'ving funds from the annual pcrvised by the same staff as the i fund drlve jiool^AlaA. Nat Pollack, headmas. Heiman announced that approxiOxford, will act as camp I mately $450,000 more is needed to iv and will guide counsellors achieve the 1955 campaign goal. f the camp's daily activities, j The drive is scheduled to terminlrector Cassel stated that Oxate on March 37th with in all dayCamp "will have the most door-to-door solicitation through tut camping program ever ] out Miami and Mia'mLBcach. |litiited in the local, area." AUJ""3 \ : ~ — \ .ixlonl School facilities, includ-' %  its.regulation new swimming athletic field, fishing docks, ketbalt courts, outdoor theatre movies and all the school's |que attractions, he said, will be by the summer campers. >xford's camp will accept boys girls as either day campers |rcsidcnt campers. "Oxford will have the only summer camp [Miami Beach accepting campers a sleep-in basis," the director licated. Children attending as campers will be picked up by ford's bus in the morning and spend a full day of recreation the threeacre campus. The Open will have lunch and snacks nil', Ihe day. Campers living in sleep m the new and beautiful ool bedrooms which will be air Mitinned. and they will be super"•d throughout the day by counlors and housemothers. Enrollment for both resident and summer camp is now being acpted. Nautilus dr.. will take place Sun-[23rd ave., will tak* place Sunday, day. Feb. 27, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Feb. 27, 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Joseph Nar\ Ce c mete r >'• "*2 Ral bi M rris Sko P ... officiating. The infant is survived ""'gating. Mrs. Sapero is surby ncr twjn br()ther Arn „u Irwin: vived by her husband. Lawrence; GENTLEMAN Middle-A-jed, Educator, highest references, WOULD CORRESPOND with LADY of means and culture. Mr. A. M., Box 2973, Miami 18. daughter, Mrs. Pearl Fisher; one brother. Abe Lerner; and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lerner. Arrangements arc in charge of Thurmond Monument Co. Proceeds for Religious School Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a names party on Sunday evening, Feb. 27. Mrs. Peter Duchon is chairman. Proceeds are for the religious school. parents, Arthur J. and Eve H. Katz: and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Katz and Mr. Isaac Handin, of Albany. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Co, EUROPEAN-BORN WIDOW 64. healthy, lively and intelligent. Own apartment in New York, now visiting Miami. Wishes to meet gentleman up to 70. not orthodox, able to support wife. Write: Mr. F Goldstein, Gen. Del.. Main Post Ollice, Miami. DISTRIBUTORS WANTED \\ H • i*< 'k Ins 'I %  I rtbutora fo lh onl; KoKiM SUvei 1" -ii -h the woi Id M hlch .v ili n oti ~il\--i and aumclated int i npld %  • lAmlnl.il %  It la <..!-. %  i. --*. non-pow t %  ,. j i\ .!. i rutfon %  roi Pa* M>\ i us LAMCO CKEM CAL COMPANY, INC. 33 Commercial Wtiorf B>st-in 10, Moisachusettt FLAVOR Look tor the BLUE and WHITE it r a n d %  Beef, all Beef, choice Beef! You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy /SM£l beauties. Enjoy the matchless flavor of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. Demand ISRAEL KOSHER ... and get what you demand The Very"f f n e s f FRANKFURTHS • CORNED BEEF • SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA i Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the. Greater Miami Vaad l^akashruth ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.. Inc. 230 N.W.5th Street, Miami, Florida Phones 3-0721-2 3-4225 SITUATION WANTED Personable young man of 30, single (desires to get marriedl college oraduate. has maiored in business administration, accounting and advertising. Can do bookkeeping, shorthand and type. Familiar with various advertising procedures. I % •> ss the aotitude n( readily applying myself to assigned problems. Can sell if given the right product. I have worked locally. F.r further information, please contact me through my brother, Louis 8. Bush, director of National Employment Service. Phone 9-8443. v, *'-LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICAT OF CORPORATE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tl I Ml. TO WH' I.M THRSK I i:\rs SHA 1.1. 'ii.Mi: iiKKBTIXas Wru AAUii.N M. KANNKK. MIAMI. FI.OHll'A M \Mi:i. I.IKKI., Ml Ml Fl.i iltlliA ROMA •: J:I.NKI.I:V, MIA.MI. ru-ieii'V ,;„l .,,, •! nth da) of Ma), A.D I %  I i in'i,r|Mn-Ht.-i| ...iil.-i ; IH urovlHlona "f Chapter '•"• I Btatute*, PARK KIN;K I'ltOl'RRTIBS, \' ., i-oritoratlon, with It* |irlnci|>.il ulacr nf liiinln'-s.at Miami, Daid. County, in the Btatc of i' arldj II th< puiprr officer* t nurh corponttlon illil on the IIsi oa p>braary, \.l>. rts4, psniac to i" I in nit office "f ihtBecretars of HitState "f Mri>ln. %  duly .iutht-nli.aifd naaolution adopted by the %  tockholdera undei the provlatona ,,f said Chapter t4S. plorlda iftu i nhnwinsl th dlaaoluUon of siton I i DO .ill..11. N"... therefore, the SecreUUn 01 State doea h*r*s rertlfy to the ioru. In-.in.l thai Ini salaried that Hie I Mllii %  •'!• Ills ..I* law bSIVe l.t't'll IN WITNKSS WHEREOF I hiave hereunto set my hand and have affixed the s. : ..( the Mate of Florl.Li. at Tallahassee, the capital. the Twenty-flrat day of I', hi uai" I. %  it. A ORAT, s.. retal y of 81 I-I:M.I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVKN I the undei %  Ignad, deairiBa to ensraare In bualnem under 'he fl.iin..u~ nani of AliiMUMiRVICR BTATION N.W. 7>th SI •••'. ML.:MI. Hoi da, Inn i I name with t !"• i 'it rk ..f the I'i. .-uii Com t of I a •• CoUUt) I i"i i'la MKNI: v i i i: WIN SKI. .(HI ner OKI 1RQE CII.IH'HT A ttorne) fur owni i Lincoln Roatl liulliliiiK Miami Beach, IHorMa 2.2". — 3,t-ll-l< saat XVJOUST imos n\, if



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MOUNT SINAI JUBILEE MARCH 3 Ifa£ JeM%lbJEI|ioiudliiQun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1955 SECTION B SENATOR MCCARTHYS EXPERIMENT FAILS ill Star Jubilee Thursday To Defray $150,000 Mount Sinai Hospital Debt 'reducer Sidney Franklin Devotes Talents for Fifth Time to Show For four years, Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee has been more than Just a fund raising event to the Koplc of Miami, Chaim Howard Cane, chairman of this year's JubiJee, said this week. It has been an evening of top entertainment welded together in an extravaganza which has received accolades from the press, performers and ticket buyers, according to Kane. It is a show which has featured, Ifrom year to year, entertainers on feverj step of the show business ladder Some, when they appeared, were rapidly rising stars of the future, like Sammy Davis, Jr., the freniers and the Kean Sisters. Many were and still are at the fcenith of their careers—stars like rony Martin. Sophie Tucker .and Joe i: Lewis. 'And yet," Kane said, "this super spectacle could never have received its stature were there not fcomc one person standing in the rings coordinating the production, person who could command the %  omplete confidence of the entertainers, who could manipulate the acts smoothly and efficiently, who Could work harmoniously with the naster of ceremonies, so that their |..-k would not become a chore." The man who has accomplished nil these things, according to Kane, [s Sidney Franklin, serving in the triple capacity of producer, director and arranger for Jubilee. "Sid L a man who has reached the top Xl the show business world in his lime and now contents himself Mrs. Samuel Mark* (etandmg) and Mrs. Murray Shaw make last minute arrangements lor Mount Sinai's fifth annual all star show. with the advancement of the musical aspirations of others through his vocal and dramatic school." His background speaks for itself. A graduate of the Julliard School of Music, from which he received a national scholarship award. Franklin entered the musical comedy field as a conductor and soon became famed as the youngest conductor on Broadway. His show successes included such memorable hits as Good News, New Moon, Desert Song, Texas Guinan's AGVA Chars Free Acts For Mount Sinai Jubilee Stamp of approval of the American Guild of Variety Artists will be on each act appearing at the Mount Sinai Jubilee T h u rsday night. March 3, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Stars from theatres and night club floor shows in the area will appear free of charge because of a unique arrangement the hospital made, when it was first established, with AGVA, the actor's union. According to Jerry Baker, regional representative of the group, unqualified clearance has been given to the artists to perform without pay in order that they may express their gratitude to Mount Sinai Hospital for its generosity in "affording free and full hospital service on a year-round basis to any member of AGVA in good standing." Hospital Makes History Within First Ten Months of its Founding on Beach Sidney frmnklln "For I will restore health unto thee and 1 will heal thee of they I wounds. ." With this credo as its' guiding rule. Mount Sinai Hospital has achieved a record of healj ing and benevolence that has plac-1 ed it among the most highly reputj ed hospitals in the country and an institution from whose doors no one in need of medical care has ever been denied its full services. When Mount Sinai received the building on which it now stands at 4300 Alton rd., Miami Beach, it was required to operate a 100-bed general hospital. In converting the | structure that had been used by the United States Navy as a hospiPadlocks and Captain Jinks. He was head arranger for the original Lucky Strike Hit Parade for 1927. Franklin came to Miami as conductor and arranger for the Royal Palm show. After that disbanded, rather than return North, he decided to stay here and open his own business. According to Kane, "luminaries to whom Sid can point with pride at having coached and arranged for include Jane Froman, Martha Raye, Mitzi Green, Jan Murray and scores of others." Not only is Franklin about to produce his fifth Jubilee for Mount Sinai Hospital, but he was also the inaugural producer for the Cerebral Palsy Telethon, as well as producer for numerous other benefit shows. Perhaps what might be considered the crowning achievement in the life of this man who has gloried and reveled in the world of show business all his life occurred last year at the Jubilee when the "Queen of Show Business," Sophie Tucker, refused to sing her classic "Some of These Days" unless Sid Franklin would mount the bandstand and lead the orchestra for her. Co-chairmen of the Women's Auxiliary ticket sales committee Mrs. Morris Golden and Mrs. Arthur Burrell discuss with Howard Kane, chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's fifth annual Jubilee, progress of reservations for the March 3 show. 3,500 Expected to Attend 4 1 / 2 -Hour Spectacle; Co-Chairmen in Final Plans \'HHK MmAssum vnu sou Two Women Volunteers Help Put Over Mount Sinai Jubilee March 3 Putting over a .project of the magnitude of Mount Sinai Hospi's llf,n annual Jubilee requires me combined efforts of many men and women, whose only interest is the g „od of the hospital and the l^naruable services it represents. | Two such people are Mrs. Murray „?*• chairman of the Office Volunteer Corpus, and Mrs. Samuel .. hoadin 8 the telephone kiuV or Jub ''ee. which will be A, H rch 3 at the M""" Beach *>aitorium. J rs j Sha *. who has spent 22 il w n S volun ter organizationcL*? r £: hM ben acUv ,n ,oc Stable work since she arrived here five years ago. She has been a vital part of Mount Sinai since 1951, when she assumed the duties of a "Pink Lady." the title given to Mount Sinai Hospital's Auxiliary, which devotes its time to working at the hospital. She is .presently chairman of the Out-Patient Department. Assistant to Mrs. Shaw last year, Mrs. Marks, another "Pink Lady," has assumed the vital chairman of the telephone corps. Her present duties include supervising and coordinating the work of a dozen women who are on hand daily to answer calls regarding tickets and information. On stage in the Miami Beach Auditorium March 3, the big all-star show. Mount Sinai Hospital's fifth annual Jubilee, will be presented to an audience of about 3,500 people— a generous audience who want to assure the success of their community hospital. The show, sparkling with music, dance and comedy, will be the result of weeks of work on the part of many energetic volunteers on the various Jubilee committees. The "behind the scenes" work began in January, when Howard Kane, this year's chairman, announced plans for the benefit show. He then set about organizing committees to do the routine but necessary work to assure the success of the 4'vhour spectacle: to handle the seating arrangements, to deliver tickets and posters, to schedule transportation for night club and theatre acts, and to mobilize the community in order to assure a sell-out audience. This year. Kane has two co-chairmen assisting him. Dave Phillips is co-chairman in charge of Miami Beach Residents and Erwin Karden is co-chairman in charge of Miami Residents and Transportation. Co-chairmen of the Women's Auxiliary ticket sales committee are Mrs. Morris Goldin and Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Heading the Office Volunteers, Mrs. Murray Shaw has devoted hours to the tedious tasks of list-typing, cross-indexing and addressing the envelopes so previous contributors could be told of this year's Jubilee and an accurate record kept of donations as they come in. Soliciting via the telephone has been done by a committee headed by Mrs. Samuel Marks. During the last weeks of the Jubilee campaign, telephones have been busy at the bridge house offices, and the tele phone corps has industriously answered all incoming calls for information. Volunteer motor corps workers have been delivering tickets, picking up checks and arranging for display of posters in hotels and shop windows. The corps has been Continued en Pg 10 B tal, the board of trustees recogsized the pressing need for facilities and provided 258 beds instead of the required number. The board's foresight was immediately justified and during the years it was operated since its opening in December, 1949, some 50,000 patients have been accommodated. Each year finds an increasing number of patient days with tremendous growth in its outpatient and clinic departments. Mount Sinai Hospital made hospital history from the outset. Within the first ten months, it received full approval of the American College of Surgeons, and within 14 months it received approval of the American Medical Association for the training of interns. Since then, it has been accredited by the AMA Resident Training. National Association for Practical Nurse Education, Dade County Medical Association and University of Miami Medical Technology Training. Maintaining the hospital at its maximum efficiency is more than just repairing the needs of the damaged human body and the alleviation of human suffering, regardless of race, creed, color or the ability to pay. In cooperation with the City of Miami Beach, an intern is dispatched at the call of the police department to accidents and other emergency cases. All patients admitted to the hospital receive a free chest X-Ray. There is a blood bank available 24 hours a day to assist all who need it. Out-patient clinics (patients not having to be admitted to the hospital) have grown in number to 15 and in the past year, some 8,000 persons received treatment. Almost 400.000 meals are served annually, with two kosher kitchens maintained for those patients at Mount Sinai who desire meals prepared according to dietary laws. There is an intensive training program for interns and residents, another reason for the remarkable progress in stature of the "young in years" hospital. Interns enroll in yearly rotating courses and residents complete their requirements in many specialties, both such courses with the approval of the AMA and ACS. The School of Practical Nursing {is now in its fourth year at Mount Sinai. It was the first such school founded in the State of Florida, whose training helps supply some of the unending demand for nursContinud en Pag* 10 B Sol London (left) and Philip Cohen, in charge of motor corps workers, check last-minute details on delivering tickets, picking up checks and arranging for display posters in local hotels and shops. s



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PAGE 2 B >Je*ist>fhr*#w TODAY, FEBRUARY 25 Bureau Prepares CJA Program A compreher.-ive program of education and participation ombined Jewi-h Appeal will 2ain be coordinated and directed -.e Bureau of Jewish Education, it has been announced by Bureau director Louis Schwartzman Geared to the idea of inculcating ii'brew Mlwol -•jdent'anc •eacher* with the services peri'jrmed by the Combined Jewi-h Appeal, this years program will include educational printed matenab, films. a>>emblieand a bu•.ng the local a gen :ie* of the Combined Jewi-h Ap sal On Sunday morning. Feb. 27. •legates representing all Jewr* MJUHVI'I] meet at the Bureau of • *,h Educa f K'r. baDding They %  ill vi-it the -ix bi agenJA Last week, a CJA Teachers Bul'in prepared b> Sch*artzman ^nd Herbert Berger. waissued to jtlining the education program to bring the -tory of JA to their -tuc OCOTiliiH to Schwartzman. classill be initiated, with -crollof honor awarded to •how-II 100 per cent of their stjdentacontnb to CJA. Bureau president MrMatilda I Ratner comm'-nded the staff of he Bureau for the publication !mi Will be Chosen Young Adult Group of Temple -nanu-El will hold itannual %  ectheart Swiag" Sunda) eveial hall of • Temple, according to Bert .Tip The group npete %  re a S.nd your favorite recipe to Th. J.wish FlorM..n. tocher wrth y ^r name and -*.. M rou ha., a Ml ^^'ft. y ~ ^ "nclude it with yoor.n.ry. Should r' '••• '^J^SVlSS y ou .ill be printed with a copy of "Th. Book of Jew..h *£*• Cont.inins 500 ko*h.r rec.pe* and a Foreword ^ the pr.nc.pto. of cookery. Winter Fruit Salad canned pineapple 6 large peach halves, canned 6 Hhh.pnoni canned whole 6 MtatchtaM ctoeme. -••dded coconut, tinted pick or green Skredde-l lettuce 2 opr sliced bananas n mh s-.rup fruit used 3 tablespoon: sour cream Drain sliced pineapple and peach halvewell Arrange on a large 2 plate, placing the rounded >ide of peach on top of pineapple slice in any desired pattern around rvinz plate, about 2 inches from rim Dot some of the wh..Ie canned cranberries around and top each peach half with maraschino cher:> Sprinkle some coconut o\ htly. Arrange the shredded lettuce in center and around. Place -heed bananas between prepared pineapple-peach portions in little heaps Combine the canned fruit -yrupwith -our cream til! thick -nooth Serve at table a-pe cia! dressing Serves 6 here one suggestion easy to follow: Cherry Froting and Garnish Drain canned cherries well and piace I hem in a bowl Add 1 vegetable coloring and ru sherry Let -land wiuto ocepprinc ... Mi sprt-aduy top and -. -ivfjoi yuur favorite two layer or otlwr rake hr.m hiked or lx.ulr l: home made cake is preferred, try a chiffon cake baked in a well pan for special effect. Combine con feet ionprsugar with butter and evaporated miik. adding syrup from cherries and the drain:quid from cherries which -hould be bright red. -Make the ing thick enough to spread o\er top and sides of cake. Arrange the tinted and flavored cherries in threes on top of cake, then with an eye dropper, mark the lit nil Httfe green col Sene8 :•> 10. depending on size of cake. • • Mrs. Leonard can be reached by writing her at 8200 Byron ave MiI ami Beach Florida. For reply. | I please enclose stamped, self-ad •ed envelope. IT'S FROTIIM-RICHJ; • I • CREAMY KERNELS • (Buckwheat Grits) Salitfymg bv to., fottenmo! •,„„, • heolth and enjoyment without unwanhjd weight. Real buckwheat flavor — grand • as a cral....tde-di.h...in puddings DELICIOUS Numinous. THRIFTY J AISO rwor woutt mom* MKXWMIATGOAT • MoniM-aKNMSM wimacvuruiNUTuufuvou • • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••{ 0 M S A l I A T KWW V 0'UKK LEVINSON F06>0 *PECI*LTI. Exeluaivc DHtr.i, ,|,_ 2402 N.K 2nd AVENUE, PHONE 1.7741 • ••• w MATXOH MEAL For Washington 'i birthday, a legal holiday in honor of our first Prt-ident ;' has become customary re a cake of your choice with added trimming of cherne r emember the story we tell our children about the cherry tree and the in truth telling:' Well. GRADE v 'A PRODUCTS U-^ Wei SERVING P9n...whlto...'usttifkti artbts, erf ifrs. Grmd hr oti ttifs. MADE no "Hi union win THE TA s n Dtotributod bf PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. U N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6861 BAKERY "Buiter Makes it Better" WI FIWIST INGKIMNTS TMf MST IN SKILL THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAKES, MEAD AND ROLLS ON THE BEACH FAMOUS FOR EGG CHAUAHS 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7117 ^Successors re Fecftrer's; FLORIDA DAIRIES NOMOCfN/ZIO VHamln "D" Milk "Milk Products" Itoere frofectte' TEL. S-MS1 Crcettr Miami Deli„ry Vitil 0r farm „ W .1 M U. .„. Snmmr Cntk ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Mtals U.S. Governineiit Inspected Esl. Ho. 1 ncuism MsriftoTots or m sow COASTLINE PROVISION CO. INC. 55 tUCAYNE ST., MIAMI MACH PHONES:-NHMAW H AIL fAT



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PRjDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1955 -JewlstincrldkMj Miami industrial Ixptsftion Expected to Attract 400,000 A greater variety of exhibits and ing manufacturing might will c he public debut of more new tinue afternoons and evenii ... i i... .,ii mnmifarf invri nrod. Ihmimh u,..k ... PAGE 3 B (he iiuniu v.*.-*—-South Florida manufactured product< than in the previous five years are a-'urcd for the sixth annual Greater Miami Industrial Exposi,ion which opens Saturday, March 5 at Dinner Key Auditorium. The visual lisplay of the area's growconthrough March T 3 ~" """^ Based on zooming annual attendance, a crowd in excess of last year's more than 400,00 is predicted by H. H. Hyman. show chairman. "A comparison of this year's dis Play list and the number of diversified products with the previous five shows indicates an even greater variety of items will be exhibit Sd than in past years," he said. "In addition to new exhibitors, scores of area manufacturers who have been in the show since its inception will unveil many new products." Hyman pointed out numerous area-made items to be displayed will give thousands of winter visitors a new insight on South Florida's industrial growth as well as an opportunity to learn how they can adapt some attractive phases of Florida living to their northern homes. To Hold Garden Party American Jewish Congress, Louise-Brandcis Chapter, will hate a garden party at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Pass, 4343 Royal Palm ave., on Thursday afternoon, March 10. Mrs. S. Weiner, chairman, and Mrs. S. Rose are in charge of reservations. PHOTO Y LINI lONNINf ILO They Build for Freedom s< ';• They had a birthday recently—their country's. Their country is Israel—one of the world's oldest lands and youngest democracies. On May 6 they celebrated Israel's sixth anniversary as a 20th Century state, a modern-minded society and a land of freedom. But they remembered, too, the agony of that other May—in 1948—when the invader stood in their fields, besieged their cities, fired their homes and killed their kin. Though they were outnumbered and outgunned, they fought back as Judah Maccabeus once did, as other men of freedom fought at Lexington and Concord and Bunker Hill. The invader was driven back and defeated. But today he stands on their frontiers-sniping at settlers and settlements, laying ambushes and seeking to destroy the democratic way of life. Israel's people refuse to go down. They refuse to give up the freedom they won so dearly and prize so much. Six years ago half of Israel's people were displaced or oppressed—in DP camps, in Iron Curtain countries, in Arab lands. They did not flee these places of darkness to be cast into darkness again. They came to Israel to live and build in peace, to create a sanctuary for those fleeing oppression, and to assure these immigrants a life of hope and dignity. In six years of struggle and hardship they have built a land of law and liberty. They have forged half way to economic independence. They have brought to life the prophet Isaiah's vision of Israel reborn: And they shall renew the waste cities, The desolations of many generations. To enable Israel's people to receive those who come from places of fear and darkness, to help them build their land and freedom give to the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL. IN GREATER MIAMI YOUR ONE GIFT SERVES 55 CAUSES through the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL UNITED JEWISH APPEAL on behalf of: United Israel Appeal • Joint Distribution Committee • United Service for New Americans r



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IV wmmLB rA\0MAMA West Point Ceremonies Jewish Participation to Mark in U.S. Wars AT THE MOYiES British Television Makes Deal for Oppenheimer Talk By CHAtLES M. 5ECAL Jewish parucrpatioe m the tary sernce of the UaHed be highlighted at special monies at the Luted States %  >r. Aca demy at West Fuian. York, on Sunday. Marc* C •h* national Terceateaary tee on mil oarpay tribute to it* first clan of 1802. and will plaque to the Academy Principal adore*-. JI he ieJw •red by General Wit.w-% B Riff Army Ouef of HafT Other --peatera! Blactubear M Bryan ft nt of the States Military Academy. .Albert M. Philadelphia, repre-enting tl il Tercentenary Harry D H • .mittee on Military Edei man of Philadelphia, and Lieuten* he American %  t an partial ai in the c< ocratic idi Hen:ked The fact thv *aa Jew is : hallmark The be graduated %  a demy in 1802 I -eph :. M Levy. :.;" %  ". Plata %  Tfeac Jamaan hjsa wan w> ~ aaakaaa a e at ate a* -*-aMBae ftw m r*mft adataai i t • aamwaal -c 9u*>s %  ary Academy relied as a matnemauciar. anc in>-i _ad %  eaten. %  [Jetone11 H_ _.-tenant* Levy %  pattamatnV t meetnur n the Ming foossT of the Academy lor the Parana af 11.—--1 ; aad Wat rj After recetraag his Levy raeuoaed ae the Acaoemn as aa mstractor. Ovaiau became : i ill health, he was inapt find to resign on Septem b er 3D. ltO: before his death in Georgia The ceremo n ies will b e na snth a religious service conducted by tin Beajei -Tier, who W f f t d the Academy lor the A ill be by Chapel Choir The benediction will be said by Rabbi Aryan Lev, director of the Com%  on JewL-h Chapljincy of the National Jewi-h Welfare Board ;dur.ntbecour,eof.o m r einw .,. \m tte a—U af etWrg televi country, the world....-... J with Edward Murrow un %  m 'ht lj ke w der hich an extended version of i n Ine "umber; nion Q the recent!;, filmed interview with could. Dr Einstein. intimate h. '**' %  *> i -* Ui.haH flT*arHtaHaaa*i.tmn^w> ihakenaaw <* a*— %  ._... :BST hown in theatrical exhibition By LEON CirTTEHAAAN JTA HOLLYWOOD—Britain's televicountry, the world renown ioa networkare in the midst of a su^jeat^j tna ^ join the PlumberRobert Oppenheimer:about as free intellectual! oo CBS-TV* See it Now" would [an anywhere else *** Well. CBS commeniator FA. in England i Sevareid recently cited l> r op*? While the Murrow-Oppenheimer h *" wr n contradiction to Dr E m eletaik *a the usual half-hour in s,ein Sevareid presented a fii mN length, the program filmed about "tetenaent of Oppenheimer J testimoajal dinnesm vh.chV three hours of footage with the (world famous scientist and director of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton. A one-hour edition is being made available via the Fund for the Republic (Ford Foundation' for distribution to colleges and univerit • • • Speaking of Oppenheimer. one i* reminded of the recent fracas over Dr Albert Einstein, when. JEWS IN AMERICAN WARS. By George Fredman and Louis A. Fallr. Published by tht Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, Washington, DC. 270 pp. By HILARY MINDLIN book To u world for whom name -. high pi; K r.e for %  thing of 'hat fiero i feeling which iour her/ | i therefore uurn 1 Wt in American ill come : a bu undoubtedly remember from Louii Zara'i Ble % %  Land truly h< darting poim for it was he who .^ht to citizenship and ndon re jnv, in their hisof mill'. in the i rvfee of tbeir country. r>om •' for independr of 1812 the Mexii Spanish Wars, op to 'he World Warof our own Mme and 'he Ko," ; the> n rved reliant!) tad wall There wa-. for instance the Jew .-h patriot David Mays, "who ac'ompli.shed the singular feat of driving cattle from his We farm through the British lines to 'he hungry' Colonial troops." His descendant. Dr J. Robert Oppenheimer, carries on the tradition today. There was the first Jewish Commodore, Uriah P. Levy, also one of the first to experience anti Semiti.-m in the armed forceLev) wathe man who. in 1826. pur: chased Monticello in order to prelerve it as the Jefferson memorial The book is full of this kind of ting information It was a Jew. dwriting expert named %  ho. who put the linger of -u-picion on the documentwhich had been Head to convict Dreyfus, first white male born u lew, Philip Minis. Pulitze i ; %  career waa in the Union Army Plorldt teal a .J< • David Yulee. to the I'S Senate, u did iana, before any northern had elected J> It was a Jew. Angelo Heilprin. who led the expedition which rescued Admiral Perry when he was where near the frozen Of the North Pole. The German surrender in North Africa was to %  Signal Corps Lieutenant named Albert Klein—while the gods split their sides laughing. And. of course, the poem engraved on the Statue of Liberty, beginning — your tired, your poor. Your huddled miteea yrj'nmg breaths free. ma I.azanir half the book idevoted to ththree most recent wars in A neriean history. Here 'he near>.f 'ime allows greater detail and the full story of individual m Nameyou knowMeyer Levin. Peter Lehman. Philadelphia Max Slepin, Ben Kaufman, It Frances Slanger. the first ; American nurse killed in action in Europe in World War II, Barney Salver — and names you should know. This, as I said, is our record. The Jewish War Veterans of America have, in their usual tradition, done their people a great service in compiling and publishing it. It is a record of sacrifice, bravery and unswerving love for America. And we may all be proud. H.iHfff.YfVrO.V YUiXETTE Expats Studv McCarthy's Failure \$ ith Anti-Semitism By MILTON FRIEDMAN .%  > ASHIXGTON—The failure of Congress extremists to inject poliMcCarthybeing analyzed in the jourI 'he nation leading intellectual circles. of German political romanticism It was the obverse of the American ca>e—a new economy destroying an old political system, not new political responsibilities interfering with the accustomed ways of economic life." The "American Scholar."' a quar Talcott Paw.ns. chairman of the ter ^ f 0r he nde „ pend *" t thin ker Department of Social Relationat Havard University, rai-ed the question in the Yale Review His -tudy is entitled: "McC a rt hyism and Americas Social Ten-ion: A Sociologist's View hich yl Physio* said, vfhen asked ii]J would encourage a >ou„g ,* enter science today, i cerumh would. I certainly can I -V know any higher adventure an. better life, any more rtrenuoat 2 arduous and enriching, rewardin. • • • MGM production chief Do Senary believes that the "eajjij. is unlimited" on how much a p£ ture can gross if the industry eontinues to make good fiunt. -a; pictures continue to be good," uyt Senary, "the audiencewill come and see them and theatres will make money on them. Even if OK of the big pictures should fail, ue audiences will be back to see'adhere. The public is not th^t fictJe. They forget the failur. Not jj pictures call for three or four ssU lion dollars. The major compaaat make about three or four of then a year." Schary notes that there is a tendency to forget that the ingredietffir that make up a hit picture art i mystery "It consists of such thine I as special talent, timing, hunchand luck ... all hidden words that' turn a picture into a hit The MGM boss disputes fit 1 published by Phi Betta Kappa, fea tures a study by Prof. Richard Hof stadter of Columbia University It is called "The Pseudo-Conservative Revolt Hofstadter's contention is charge that the market for scrws that the pseudo-conservatives inoriginals is disappearing and tad Parsons maintained that unlike ^"w^L, 0 j£^ folk l W £* 2 ,he St ," di S e on,y j?*" 1 te the 1930s when Father r n „.Z ; ^ n McCarthv avoid anti-Semitpresold properties "Its just a and Xrwere preaching"* II ,* ,J* "•> ood as ever for original-, ^e • cous antiSemit.-m anti-Semitism f !" tS H T* 3PP-P'> 50 percent original stoneand been very nearh ab-ent from the t^ff'^ *"? *"? ** **** percent tnm •*"* no >" i and ** American scene'This U of couS P^?/' !" ^ !" 1 !" dissenter are „„ stones may be shifted tea, associated with full employment ^ h J ^ ^ TsOD J^ 1 ,he Porarily. but it II be back to the H,. a rtriH w..., idj 'mechanisms at work in both cornHe added, however, that despite the involvement of some Amen f Jtwi-h origin 'in the felI low-travelling of the 1930's. it is le that Jewi-hnehanot {led <.ut M ; -vmholic focus for the questioning of loyalty. A critical difference from G'-rman N evident I plexes are quite the same, and that it is merely the expediencn the strategy of the situation today that cause groups that once -trested racial discrimination to find i other -capegoat"One notable quality in thinew wave of con-formi-m." he -aid. 1tha: normal average again r To the Nazithe Jew WSJ the \ '*' '" ,re much ha Ppnmannegative symbol, the Coml\ '," ?f V *. 1 ^'" ob,Pl muni-t the mo-t prominent secon," tbe A S** ,WB EeetefB. one." He edded that it must ual gentlemen [also be remembered that capital' n "' ; ,n '> i'^ *ith-uch bedraggled i i-m wat tymbolicallj involved. uls a-, say. the RosentHT.'The %  i the Jew reason, I b. ii ibai ,„ he %  to link Communism and capimind Z \, „ y mindof the status-driven t ino .alism together This trio were the special virtue to before ^menisszz : N az,? The> ym t an ,han ,he ^^^7, i bolized different aspects of the dreally -ometh,ng-o be more Arner : turtenee created by the rapid deican than Dea i AchesTn or jThn pelopmen, of industrialism to the K,,-„ r DuI.es-orFrenkL Delano I older pre -industrial Gemainschafl Roosevelt." N BETWEEN YOI AXDME Or. I. tt+trl Opptnheimtr "rawerdinf, I** State Department Report in Error By BORIS SMOLAR JTA The background report on Israel issued by the State Depart ment last month containquite number of flaws They would perhaps, have passed unnoticed if the report were not an official document issued by the IS Government. However, as a review presented by the State Department, its inaccuracies have attracted attention in Israel Thus the report speaks about "fighting that broke out" when Israel came into existence, whereas the basic fact that the Arabs declared war on and attacked Israel is missing. It says that the US would like Israel to look upon herself as part of the Middle 1 •'-' mapping her future prog''•;, wi,h ,' n thc 'ramework of the Middle Eastern commun-tv This may be interpreted aim Plying that Israel does not wish '' %  '"' wet I-rael .s in any way to blame for the lack of friendly relations between her and the Arab countries. The report states that the exact boundaries of the new nation have not yet been fully de tned. and this is definitely m.v wding. The general armistice agreements clearly stipulate that no changesjn the boundaries can of hn h 0 W ,h0Ut the conscnt L part,c concerned. The report asserts that Tel Aviv "became Israels first capital." This ,s 'accurate, since Tei Aviv was never proclaimed the capital of the Jewish State. Similarly inaccurate is the assertion in the report that when a Jew receives I visa which admits him as an "* migrant to Israel, he automatically becomes a citizen of the Je* ish State. The fact is that a Jew become* a citizen only when he enters Israel, provided he does not de dare his desire not to become a" Israel citizen. Describing tne events preceding the wresting Palestine from the Turks ano %  establishment of a mandateO regime, the State Departments background report omits tne participation of the Jewish Legion in the conquest of Pa'C""*' It also fails to mention the agreement concluded between Kl Feizal and Dr. Chaim Weizmann of a Jewisn national home.



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r mv FEBRUARY 25, 1955 fJe^LsJJhridHan PAGE 5 I abbi Jonah Caplan to be Installed t Kneseth Israel; Dr. Belkin Will Talk l n r Samuel Belkin, president of kshlva University, will insUll Lbbi J>nah E. Caplan as spiritual tadcr of Kneseth Israel Congregation on Monday evening, Feb. 8. in I he synagogue of the conregation. I participating in the installation L|l be the president of the ConLreeation. Abraham Finestone; the fantor of the congregation, Abraham Seif: Rabbi Simon April, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation who will offer the invocafion and Rabbi Akiva Chill, of Congregation Beth Jacob, who will Icliver the benediction. Greetings in behalf of the Rabf> Dr. Samuel Btlkin salth and Happiness Club >lds Dinner on Beach [Health and Happiness Club held I dinner Sunday at the New Yorkhotel I Guest speakers included Dr. braham Wolfson, author of "Live Be Hundred Years Happily;" Dr. S Hanoka, Miami Beach physihn: Dr Max Rosenfeld, Detroit cturer and writer; and Irving muss, local artist. %  Entertainments included Al Horvitz. violinist; Sonia Wise, radio bsonality; Rhena Mora, singer bd dancer; and Morris Urov, ince director. I Master of ceremonies was Harry brthaw, first president of the latural Hygiene. Society. ith Jacob Organizes PTA [P.T.A. of Congregation Beth Jabb was organized this week. Mrs. pa Lynn has been elected presifcnt. Other officers include Mrs. ene Gilbert, treasurer; Mrs. Sue Ivoloufia, corresponding secnekry; and Mrs. Gloria Behar, reprding secretary. "The Finest of Feeds at 'tosonabfe Prices" IUNCHEONS 85c and 5c DINNERS 95c and up Henri's Restaurant finest German-American Cuisine for Tour Comfort Completely Air Conditioned 3101 PONCE DC LEON BLVD. CORAL 0AI4ES, fU. Telephone HI 6-9344 binical Association of Greater Miami will be extended by its president, Rabbi Irving I-ehrman, of Temple Emanu-El. Greetings will slso be extended by Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, of Congregation Beth El. and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, of Congregation Beth Tfilah. Mrs. Frances Ullian, president of the Sisterhood will speak in behalf of her organization. Rabbi Caplan is a graduate of Yeshiva University and occupied his first pulpit in Miami from 1931 to 1933. He served as spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El of Astoria for 16 years and was in San Antonio, Tex., before coming to Miami Beach in September, 1954. Rabbi Caplan was vice president of the New York Board of Rabbis, comprising more than 600 Reform, Conservative and Orthodox Rabbis, from 1949 to 1951, when he left for San Antonio. He was president of the Long Island Division of American Jewish Congress for three years. He was first president of the Long Island ionist Youth Commission and president of the Long Island Region of the Rabbinical Council of America. Rabbi Caplan traveled extensively as a member of the Torah tour committee of the Rabbinical Council of America and for the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He is known nationally for his oratory. Dr. Belkin, now in his 11th year as president of Yeshiva University, has led the university during its period of greatest academic and physical expansion. Dr. Belkin's tenure as president has seen the elevation of Yeshiva to university status, to become the first in America under Jewish auspices and the establishment of graduate departments in mathematics, education and community administration. He assumed the presidency at the age of 32. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, the publication committee of the Jewish Publication Society, executive committee of the American Jewish historical Society, the Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences, the New York Academy of Public Education and the American Academy of Political and Social Science. He was co-chairman of the New York State citizens committee on housing and has been prominently identified with many other civic, educational and religious endeavors. i..k fw the ckeerM SHEEN and TIUOW On* Mother fe)fis Anolher— \ "IT'S THC REAL THING!" 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PAGE 6 B +Jelsi>nor*maf7 Strategy meeting Due Friday A strategy meeting of the Combined Jewish Appeal C impri g B Cabinet has been called for Friday noon at the Columbus hotel. Some 60 top level members will meet to set up final ca m paif *rategy in the remaining weeks of the drive, which is no* 30 percent ahead of last year's solicitation Up for major discussion will he a swift moving peTson-to-persoo drive to secure the last of the big gifts still outstanding and also to clean up pledges in the Winter Resident?. Hotels and Business and Professional Divisions. Chairman Sam Heiman will report on the impetus given to the streamlined community drives, a new technique employed successfully this year According to the plan, directed by communities chairman George Chertkof. "miniature campaigns, complete in every respect with t h e general drive conducted in previous years, are held in each community Areas now in full swing are Coral Gabies 'including Southwest Miami and South Miami). North Miami Beach Hialeah-Miami Spring.-. FlaglerGranada. Homestead, and West Miami. We have before us sis more weeks of intensified work in this life-campaign." said Heiman The institutions which serve us and our families right here in Greater Miami look to the closing weeks of our drive with sober anticipation, knowing that their continued service depends upon the outcome of our dedicated work." Okitiarie LOw S S~E*o_E T*. of r Meraata* *y"* %  *. "f Beach Mia i" i_ %  % %  < REBECCA HOW* % %  -. : -•• "* Serrkre* were h. ftertaae f>""".SfSe-t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 *. ko Mart** aaattRaw star fa-.ker eases GOT LwRoy Collins, honorary chairman of Brotlierhood Week ;:.d mmmm -r.rBrotherhood Week Proclamation to Al B Block. National Conference of Christians and lews co_-a-an in Tallahassee. Looking on Qeft to right) are Dr. Paul Coughlin. Tallahassee physician; and Dr. R. R. Oglesby. decs oi students. Florida State University. L1CAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FlCTl NAME LAW NOTICE U HKItKliV Court of I>ade County. KnridQFt HERMAN Murrij ttt Attorney f-r AupiKauit II \V n.rl.r Ml t u — : l-li-ii ran* ES"-E -: I T--I • a M %  Ufa ef r .S"X • kirn iar .1 : aw • i Stokowski to Lead UM Orchestra Here „, March 13 and 14 Great Broadcast of 1937" and One Hundred Men nd a Girl. NOTICE ZOn,y iri ^NOTICE IS HEKKBi i;| V E.\ fc % % %  Mtaistwi ;,.r?f %  AR1B CAKKTERIA KU. Intend, to ,.i. the Clerk of Idr fount*, nor AIR1.I.N, RICHARD Ac MCROrK %  .tiimneyii tut Apoi.tantRH Z/t— 1-1; 1IN COUNTY JUDGES COLRT DAD*. COUNi .. n.o*,JV Ns. 291MB RK ESTATE ir M'KKi DEI T.-Il. i NOI.Ct OF INIENTION TO Kin APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is heieuy nn.ii that | (,,,.< filed my final report an-l p. uuun w final Utmef — (be estate ceased: tl. lj-. I will aU|>l> nar*e •, A ,..-;, a < itate of MORRIS |ii.iTN| U ,,{ J, and that on ta.i;ui ,i. „/ larch. 1*.. I will apply ..„,,. mule MA.vK B. UOWI.lX'i, i„ a „ Y Author of'Music for All of Us" Jud.e of u*d qaaaty. Ki.rt, E pproval of eai.l final r.i-,i „,] lv Lord Will Chair Hialeah Drive Ravmond Lord. 519 East 10th >t has been appointed chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal community drive in the HialeahMiami Springs area First major function in the area ian Initial Gifts social evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fraidlin. 586 East 28th St.. early this week Plans are aLso under way to conduct a one-day community drive area in March Lord is chairman of the board and first vice president of the Hia!eab-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center and has been a resident of Hialeah for 11 years. He is recording secretary of B'nai B nth Flamingo Lodge and has been active in Jewish affairs for Kme time. Lord named Joe Newman and Irwin Himot to serve as vice chair men of the community drive. Newman and Himot are active in the Center and in other civic programs. Newman is a member of the Jewish War Veterans Post No 687. According to Lord, those Jewish families not contacted at the Initial Gifts and other advance gifts functions will be visited by CJA volunteers on Community Day. to The 1964-55 winter symphony eries will reach its peak at the March 13 and 14 concerts, when noted Leopold Stokowski mounts the podium as guest conductor of r. ;*sc ., f at s %  r %  %  i-. •• 'ihr** %  v-*zr* t: the I Diversity of Miami Symphony :> xia^ .Orchestra. FRANCTTFOTTER Born in London. England, in [ ... s .. April. 1887. Stokowski graduated from Queen College at Oxford. England He continued his studies MRS MTNT^ LEFF SJETE PfZ^'' and 3t R0>al i a, m .... hOaml Be. Colle 8 e ,n London, naaaed awaj K Burial waate Stokowski has been r .;. ican Citizen since 1915 New Tori • JOSEPH AARONS 1 l*alm a., Miami B-a.-h. winl nl "f Mia• 1 M nlay Mr. Aarona. h<.:-tr,fr*>m \h*i ns in th mbr.id*r>' hurtnt-a* Viola. an1 to vit-r B :-:al U1 b* in UaJ Bronx, e\ ln 4 bt > dautMi Mai Raikin. c-and•-n and a l/i'-'hrr and ;*t*r. He has served as conductor of j more than a dozen major symphony orchestras in the U.S. and abroad ( since 1909. He was conductor of ; the Cincinnati orchestra from 1909 : to 1912 and the Philadelphia Or-, chestra from 1914 to 1936. He was once conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and San Francisco orchestras. In the summer of 1940. he conducted an ail-American orchestra on tour of South America, followed by a tour of the U.S. and Canada in the spring and summer of 1941. He was with the NBC orchestra in New York City from 1941 to 1944. j founded and served as conductor} of the NYC Symphony from March. I 1944 to April, 1945. In 1945. he became conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Symphony. DAvio DUBftiN followed by three years in the %  %  %  .*:h •• Miami Ba^h. *M "ie capacity with the New York -^iPhiiharmonic. Since that time he i> has conducted on many tours here %  wili al bjr hi if#. Kthr iw<. and abroad. d':-htr Mr Shlrler Ivt-T. Miami c ... ihore. and Mr. Manivn Miil*r. Mfcl atokowski has appeared in sevami. a x.n j.*h N'.rtar'aliaii.. A* i eral toother* and iwo -••!, ALEXANDER BERKOWIT2 < 1M 14th f. Miami P.-aoh. a former r*ta*jr d.-d nh H. H* '-an ." %  At" •>w York City H' i .. br hi rfe ach. a r Sew Yr.rW Cllv two w*r* held a ml R-a with burial .n New Tor*. We Take Them Frem 2 Year* Up NOT LUNCH SCKKTOTCAUY PIEPAKB) The School it Rates at Eacellent by the City Health Oept. OHM NM uuMatom fill TIANSfOtTATIOM Call UNion 6-8079 9500 IAT HAttOt TEttACI BAY HAMOR BIAMO, MIAMI i£ACH filial diaciiarjc^ aa Adiiiii..~o.dtru %  the Eatalr of MORRIS I'UUTjji^aZ" irtanl. Tnia l*ih day of Pttbrui r \in-! TEKXIt ..I.' rs.il HAROLD mnxmos AUi>iney fur Admlnlairati ,x |/S — 17-U-IS -V^-^-V^Vf^-V "VV motion pictures, including THE N E w •vv Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRL* On suns River A Silver Lake Horse Shoe, North Carolina Herseeocfc IMiaf frir.ft take awimatiaf eoJ CaosWe Sessoses Jfeff feiieeet MyskrM Merit Directors: HK.UT so. HUf SRVH rSM auccanoer Ave Miami Beach Ph. S4-H21 Limited Enrollment l.W Insurance Company Admits Gardner to Inner Circle Joseph J. Gardner, who head-, the insurance agency of that name at the Ainsley bldg WM honored this week by admission to the Inner Circle of Life Leaderof Travelers Insurance Co. Gardner, who 1a councilman on Bay Harbor Iffltttilf. where he resides with his wife and two children. U in Hartford. Conn I ceive hiaward at a banquf. at the Hartford Statler He lattending a gathering of reprt Travelers Company, the Brst -uch rr.c-f-' leading life insurance salesmen, in more than a quarter of a century The award is based on production of life insurance policies. Gardner having scored 58th in the nation Gardner is the son of Carl Gardner, appointed last week beverage director of this area. HARRY SACHNOFF are fls %  ST' It Mr. S >.ifciT r. \* *ir\ \ i T. %  n. Harm .in Chi-at-r. tm-n daiarhterii Mr> I -.lore* Savn-afrt l"--'-thef • an'l ntx er.. irial map in r*lt|. r-. -* ';orNOW OPEN LORRAINE CONVALtSCEHT HOME 310 N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE 24-Hour Registered Nurse Supervition Mrs. Rita Fortman, Manager Phonos S2-MK — S2-M17 Bernsfeins fete Educator Dr Samuel Belkin was honored at a reception tendered for him Thursday by Mr and Mrs Bernard Bernstein, of New York The event for Ye-hr. I i president was held at Ute Sterling hotel % % % • % % r % % % r % %  % % r % IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMlJ 11TH JUDICIAL CIHCUil. in Ann FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. CHANCERY. No. 171 l.-u r..\i.\ UKIKK1N H.VUb, n-iniirr. OaVMWat MATTHKAV HAI.t IMrndaiil' %  NOTICE BY PUBLILATiOh TO: liKi.KOK MATTHKU HALE JR.* j. uweiu RueM, Wake l-.*rrai. Noilh Carulioa Yuu air hrreby nutilirO lhat a lornpialnt lor In i-i aisl] .iKann*t >iu. and you sis %  • u.rtu itj asrvt a ooaqr of your A:i'•. :: ite ^ i'Uiutilf altoinry. Koo t •• t li I'lstr. f as. iJ^uiK. l'J3i duIVn: l.uil'l.iuj, Miami, riorvda. ana fist i.ciull AnniT in lholflce of lh. i'.. ,' t.ne t'lrcalt Court on <>i i* art tht'i imiy -fifth uay of Mar. h, ; • Hw. sine chr .iiiewationa in said %  %  .•|HahH>'*fl Mill be u>rn aa cwnfess-d b. yet lluw govern yourw.i HAIKU Krbruauy 21. K II UBATHKRalAX i lerk of inr I'm 1.1 • "it 4 U] WM \V ST" 2 & — S71-11-U i NOTICE UNDER rKTITIOUS** NAME LAW NOTICE IK HERtBY GIVKT.' IBs*) the umirrsicnrd. ursinng lu -Maim,! busincaa under the IVtltlOUh %  • s NATIONAL, WIMDOVV C1.EA.SBHJ at HI0 roth Ht., Miami Bea n, >b, mirnda lo rscioter % aiU intmr a.ulaMT Clerk i.f the Circuit Court <>: laoij County. Florida. NATIONAL IiriUM^ MAINTENA.M • A Murms CorrTaooa IKVlNU BCHl'I.V'.AN -;.„ IKVINO SCMl'UMAN .. ,.U| Altoravy for AptMicsat -"I'l On* Lincoln lloau Blu. J/l-2i — J'-ll • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS KKKavrli UIVKM Ott tho undrraisnrd. dealrinc •. enfUtJI business under the fictitious i.anx COMMERCIAL U.NW* A fi:i:-~. J 1106 Mh t*L. Miami Bea. h. .-.-^ JJ register said name Mn rhr Ofr* w the Cinult Court of !>. IUUI7I FlollUa. SIDNEY TELUEIt _T ANTON M. KRONENULROHAItOLD TANNEN Atiwaey for Apuilcaala 1N Suiily Kids I/4-II-1I-B -r Mint o! -tfi F0R B0VS FOR OIRLS 100H LAKE, in the MrVaSjetata, MfW TOM FABULOUS NEW CO-ED CAMPS eamposes on 3500 acrs. healthfi, •NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS IIKHEH1 .:1VKN 1M' the umlrrsiRnnl. desinns to en b'.i-lnesa under tbo flctltlousHoREVVOtiU AITS.. al South Shore Drive, Miami Bea Ida. intend to refleter a-ld "•' ', i-.i the Clerk of the Circuit Court i we County, r^orida. SAM J. BELSKJ p BlaBIE S MCbaKLJ ARONOVITZ, ABONOVITZ M s A1UI Atlornoya for Sam J. lielaky Kl-u. s Kelsky : 4-u ,1)4 2i50 Btwadwav. Si. York City. NY. ~"* Z2h DAVID LEVINSON "^'*'**''*''*"*'*'""^'**•*'* ^"*' > ^' > A -* %  *-^ %  %  >* % %  % %  % %  a.a.a.awa>a>a>a.a.a.a.a>a.^.a u For Details Write: HARRY and HERMAN POPKIK FOUNDERS and DIRECTORS •SO West Peachtree Street Atlanta. Georgia Winter Address % 'A Su.TTfner Camping Adventure with a Purpose CAMP BLUE STAR %  B'oc R,. 7 e *to B „i, ,i Worfh ca. 4 Progressive, Co-educational Camp t +mj*0-mm+* mm Oietor, Urw, 0**^^, r^rtre. >ew^ Pr.^.. o^.tw.U,, Stoff of 7$ All la.. Mt. Wster $,.,., a **mmmm TOUR TO EUROPE and ISRAEL 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 ii 4 4 i 4 4 4 From |* 17 -27. Harry Popkin can be cached in ,he Greater Miami area by calling JE 1-5183. 4 4 li 44 Ja !! 4 4 4' 4 4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION -. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Jf '"!' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAW, COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No I !" BIRI C BYL.VB8TRR. Plain:!". yiTO J .-VI VBJJTER I SUIT FOR D'VORCE TO VITA I i o Uh ll'l ::: iiui'.iwn i%  V... 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%  „,.vrrfflUABY2i. 1955 -JmlsMrrHfor Irs. Grossinger fill be Honored ly CJA Women Ijennie Grossinger. prominent l, 0 l woman who has been identiL (or many years with numerL national and local civic and Llanthropic endeavors, will be bnorcd at the Combined Jewish bpeal "Chai-Plus" luncheon on tondav noon. March 7, at the Alors hotel. Mrs. Sol Silverman ill be chairman of the Women's [vision affair. ^ |Thc story of Jennie Grossingor's |e was recently the subject of the Revision program "This is Your fe." conducted by Ralph Edwards a coast-to-coast network. [informed of the committee's seIction. Mrs. Grossinger at first odestly urged the Combined JewJi Appeal Women's Division to loose another personality, stat! that she was "deeply grateful the honor and at a complete ffor words to express my surise." For many years, Mrs. Grossinger been known to champion the use of culture through music the arts and to encourage ung struggling artists and musiIns in their chosen careers. She [well informed in matters of edulion. culture and -religion and for many years cooperated fcole heartedly with many fund Jsing programs in her resort and ltd establishments for Jewish, as til as non sectarian causes. "Our annual luncheon has chang| its title to 'Chai-Plus' in 1955 beuse plus giving is imperative if Women's Division is to achieve quota in this life campaign," Ited Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. omen's Division cnairman. Mr> Silverman has announced it prizes will be awarded at the %  cheon. Named to serve as vice ^irmen at the luncheon program the Mesdames Morris Alpcrt. Ihur Burrell, Joseph Duntov, rnard Hoffman. Herman Jacobs, rd Jonas, Tena Katz, Louis Masky, Donald Murray, David blips, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Harold act. Ralph Spero and Jack Udell. PAGE 7 B Mri. Jtmmit Crossinjtr C-Day" Scheduled Here March 27 "C-Day" has been set by the Combined Jewish Appeal for Sunday. March 27, according to Sam J. Heiman, campaign chairman. This is the target date for community-wide door-to-door solicitation in Miami and Miami Beach in which several thousand volunteers are expected to participate. George Chertkof. communities division chairman, is coordinating advance plans which include volunteer recruitment, worker mobilization and education and establishment of area headquarters. "Community-Day. could very well mark the termination of our 1955 drive, provided there is a speed-up of card coverage in all divisions and increased giving by contributors prior to mid-March," said Heiman. All organizations are expected to lend manpower to the annual allday push for funds. Outlying municipalities such as Coral Gables, Hialeah Miami Springs, West Miami, North Miami Beach, South Miami and Homestead will have completed their individual drives prior to "C-Day." Eight Top GoW Pros Slated at Westview Club CJA Tourney Eight of the country's greatest professional golf champions will play side-by-side with members of the Westview Country Club at the CJA-Day at Westview on Sunday March 6. The golf tournament will feature the following top pros: Slammin' Sam Snead, Lou Worsham. Pete Burke. Skip Alexander, Peter Cooper, Jock Hutchinson, Clvde Ur•sina and Lou Barbaro. According to John Sefbin, chairman of the sports celebrity event, players must complete their qualifying rounds one week prior to March 6. These preliminary rounds will be played under Westview supervision with careful consideration of handicaps, Serbin said. Last day to file official entry blanks is Feb. 26. and entries should be sent to Al Goldbach or Bernard Wagner, Westview Country Club. A cocktail party and dinner dance, featuring outstanding TV and radio personalities, will be held in the evening, and reservations are being accepted at this time. The CJA-Day committee includes the following: Leo Ackerman. Allen H. Amdur, Otto Bresky, Adolph Bresler, Harry Feinstein, Otto Fenias. Gus Feuer, David Fleeman, Harold Friedland, Sam Friedland, Al Goldbach, Irving Greenfield, Sam J. Heiman, Hal Hornstein, Aaron M. Kanner, Howell Kase, Sam Keywell, Nathan Lee, Stephen Leifert, Laurence Levenson, Dr. Alfred Levin. Fred Lewis, Fred Lighte, Joseph Lipton, Ben Markowitz. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Fred S. Meyer, Stanley C. Myers, Clem Myerson, David Phillips, Dr. Harold Rand, Sam Resnick, Morris Rosenberg, Miles Schlapik. Jr. John Serbin, Ross Sobol, Henry Sprintz, Bernard Sterling, S. T. Taylor, Herbert Tenenbom, Nathan L. Traub, Bernard Wagner, Bernard Wall, Carl Weinkle, Julian Weinkle, William W e i ntraub, Leonard Wien, Louis Winter and Al Wise. Al Ossip (left), chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Insurance Division on Miami Beach, outlines campaign strategy for two veteran workers. Miss Mollie P. Katz and Jack Tobin. The insurance unit is one of 40 business and professional groups participating in the fund drive which supports local, national and Israel institutions. CJA Appoints Flagler Chairmen Harold Strumpf, 100 SW 52nd ave., has been appointed chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal in the Flagler Granada area. The Initial Gifts Division has scheduled a social on March 2, Wednesday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Feldman. 6201 Castaneda ave.. Coral Gables. Strumpf is a member of the Flagler Granada Jewish Center and has served on the board of trustees. He is chairman of the religious education committee and also serves on the board of directors, with the Bureau of Jewish Education. He is a past chancellor of Knights of Pythias and served in leading capacities with religious and philanthropic institutions in New York City prior to his coming to Miami. ialeah-Miami Springs Joins Community Drive is married to a native Israeli. General chairman of the Hialeah-Miami Springs area is Abraham Fraidlin, 586 East 28th st/ Fraidlin has been a resident of ialeah-Miami Springs is the t recent community to launch wide activity in behalf of the unbined Jewish Appeal. Nathan Friedman, 36 Westrd dr., Miami Springs, and Mrs. than Becker have been chosen hairmen of the Pace Setters which goes into action rtly. Becker has been active in ganmng the Hialeah-Miami rings Jewish Center and has •ed with the Combined Jewish in her area for several IDr ppeal Friedman is an optometrist ho has participated in civic, professional and charitable projects for some time. He is one of the charter members of the B'nai B'rith Flamingo Lodge and is a member of the.Jewish Center in Hialeah. Dr. Friedman is a graduate of Columbia Uniyersify..,th UniverHialeah since 1946, coming to this community from Rochester, N.Y. He served on the executive board of the Ben-Gurion Branch of the sity of Miami and also attended the | ionist organization of America. He Chicago College of Optomctry. He | j s religious chairman and one of belongs to the Southeast Optomej the founders of the Hialeah Jewish trie Association and the honorary Center. George Chertkof, communities fraternity. Beta Sigma Kappa. He is a member of Moose, the chairman of CJA, has also appointed Raymond Lord and Irwin Optimist Cluh and other profes\ Himot to act as co-chairman of the sional associations. He lived and general mobilization drive in Hiastudied in Israel for five years and | leah. Losner to Chair Homestead Push Paul Losner, vice president of the First National Bank of Homestead and a prominent communal worker in Jewish affairs for many years, has been appointed chairman of the Combined Jewish Apppeal drive in the City of Homestead. One of the pioneer families in Homestead, the Losners have participated in civic, religious and fraternal projects and were active in the Combined Jewish Appeal drive in the past three years. Losner is also operator of Max's Department Store in Homestead. He is a graduate of the Riverside j Military Academy, a past president I of the Redlands District Loans {Club and is the present treasurer of Homestead Jewish Community Center. %  Irving Lax and Benjamin Jonas will serve as co-chairmen of the Initial Gifts Division, according to Strumpf. Lax has been active in previous Federation campaigns and is president of Flagler-Granada Jewish | Community Center. Jonas has been a member of the Center and is a past chairman of the Senior Friendship Club. Losner also belongs to the Odd Fellows, Masonic, Order at the Elks Lodge. In the 1954 campaign. Homestead was one of the newer Jewish communities which secured gifts almost double those in the previous CJA drive. .t nt si North M liami Beach community leaders hear Rabbi Irving Lehrman (center) at a community Leff M aunchin 9 *h Combined Jewurfi Appeal in their area. Seated (left to right) are Norton k'nard if Norton Lefl and Loui Wallace. Standing (left to right) are Rabbi Abraham Levitan. lard Kolofl Rabbi Lehrman. Aaron Siegal and Jacob Plitt.



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>. i -a> %  PAGE 8 B -Jewistncrknan ""DAY, FEBRUARY ^ J RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will evening wiceat 8:30 p m Rabbi hold Friday evening services at Abraham Her from officiate and diseu>"Bftta. Bduw,thin Mr and .J? AJ, Brotherhood Means to Me." Mem cation. Exaltation" Saturday nick will be hosts at th %  oneg te „ of R^. Hams -young Couples CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will ob.-erve Brotherhood Sabbath during Friday evening aarrices at 815 p m.£uest speaker will be Rev Charles J Hams, of the United Trinity Lutheran Church of Miami. He will preach on: "What Jacobson Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel i S Jacobson. forrrTerly of 1701 S.W. 30th Avenue, will take place Sundav. Feb 27th at 130 P.M. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat at the Oneg ing. Mr. Jacobson is survived by hit wife. Sandra; parents. Mr and Tillill fl niiff—iT wiir'become Bar Mitnah during Saturday morn ^^^'^n"^ !" ,,, following Mrs Benjamin Jacobson. of New Bar Mitzvah Cantor Samuel Kele mg services at 9 am Rabbi Hermorning sen ices are at York: a son. Arthur two brothers Harold of Hollywood. Fla., and Robert, of New York; a sister. Mrs. Florence Sattman. of New York. when Michael, son of Mr and MrI become ^JjJ" ^ e £m> 9:45 a.ni. with Rabbi Skop discussing: "Gift.of the Human Heart' mer will render the mu-ical porm will preach on the topic: than of the liturgy "* Rela,,on t0 God —.. Robert Strassburg will direct the TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold KNESETH ISRAEL CONCRECA-^,^^. chorus wth Cant0 r IrvFndav evening service? at 5 ir.d yiOH wiU bold Friday evening .^ BoDinson invoking the Sabbath 8 30 p.m.. with Babbi In ;n? Lehr *rvKe* at 5 X P m Castor Pavil rj(%a j man preaching on the topic Ter J Kiueviuk> wiil ren*r the mui-1 • • • ctntenary -Opportunity fo." Slock i] partieas of tbe rrwrgr Saw-' BETH EM E T H CONGREGATaking Cantor Philip Braasaaer | day aoraut* services are at 8 30 T|OH wl || ho i d Friday evening will render the musical portions of J im Rabbi Jonah Caplan wiU *' jservice* at 7 30 p.m. Herbert Buchthe liturgy Saturday moraiaf setvfinite and afecass the Weekly Poc [ waW wiI j 0 ffi 0 iatc. assisted by the led are at 9 am with the Rabbi' txa. Caaaar Kwevteky wdl Hunt cho|r Text (i>r hls wecks sermon di-cuvMng the Week.;. ^ Pf 1 ,, ^ ette will be The Tabernacle." Garv. son of Mr acd YrI flowed ... Lieberman. and Marur. ':: > -ervices mAtM HEBREW SCHOOL AND and Mrs Meyer Rur aaai i_-at 8 aja. aaa 5 45 Baa. CONGREGATION will hold Friday Bar Mitzvah. Da:)> evening service* at 6 p.m. Late the chapel at 8 a_m. and -€!SW ACADCMY will hold Mnice> are at 8 15 p.m. when ever. i7 eveauac ******* 6 pm Rabbi Simon April will preach on: Sana-day aaarnang ernees are at 9 -Brotherhood Week Saturday Raahi Alexander Gross will morning Mnjces arc at 8 30 a.m.. •reach oa the Weekly Poruon.w nen Ro bert. son of Mr. and Ifn V jcha v at 5 30 par. followed by Sau BerBrtttai Wl! l become Bar TTIShato Sends* Daily services are M|fzvan (antor Berele Kelemer 30 a.OL I QK evening wJJJ rendpr he musical portions of re at • am thp hturgv c!as> m ttkhan b at 4 30 pm Dailv services will be at ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will 7 jg am and 6 p m hold Friday evening wifka at • • 8:5pm i-t Robe rrfaoa, WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER chaplain of the Opa-Locka Marine w yj no ld Fridav evening services -e the pulpit with a t 5 30 and 8:30 p m Rabbi Alfred Arrangements .are^nTh^rTTS mers Mtami Monument COB?.* >• BETH DAVID SYNAGOO.= hold late Friday evening s-f at 815 p.m.. conduct* Henry B Wernick. wr.i Maurice Mamches and the chair under the direction of Donnerstag atisting. Oneg bat will follow. Saturday rr >emce> are at 9 a.m.. when Stuart. son of Mr and Mrs Looii Spector. will become Bar Mitzvah Floral offerings will be by the SpectorMincha i> at 5:30 p.m.. followed by ShaloSeudoDarly >emceare J 0 am and 6 in the evening KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS < • We Btawvt Ankle Straps • Wa atakt Sim, Backs ] • Pkrtfarsas laaMvsd i %  C0MMTI UNf OF M. j SCHOil $ PRODUCTS" < Coll 58 9487 KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS j 1679 ALTON R0AB, MIAMI BEACH 1 Mount feb AHHOVHCES •aatbar M i.| Unkt to Great, Miami Without chcrj-e for your THCTtMtd flctnat Parsaaaliisd Hegjatai,, *• PoiMvcr beautifully Ulluiraied b\ SirimunJ / fauhjuUy translated an i rrrionalizrd ,. family njmr f on the c • RESERVE NOW place your otOtl by -hon-g MOUNT NEBO m cimtji* Y or OISTWCTIO* Pkwat M0 7-2011 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 and 8:30 p m Rabbi Akivah Chill will officiate at late services and preach on the topic: "Architect of Life Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Chill will discuss: 'Each Man a Sanctuary'" Junior services are at 8:30 am Class in Talmud will be at 5 p m Mincha is at 5 45. followed by Shalo.t Seudos and a >ermon on the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8am and 545 in the evening CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH will hold Friday evening wrviCM at 530 p.m. Saturday morning serviceare at 8:30 am Rabbi Jo-eph Raekovsky will officiate and di-cu-"Wasbinctoo'i Meal Inner and Outer Valueand Appearanceof Democracy and ReliAt 4 p.m.. the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha iat 4 30 p.m.. followed by ShakM and Maanv Dailyservicewill be at 7 30 a m and 6 p.m. Clasin Talmud u at 4:15 p m Wednesda;. ... TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold late Fridav evenint iceat 830 p.m. In honor of Broth erhood Week. Rev James D Hef fen. of the L'mon Congregational Church and Rev George C Powell. Hollywood Temple Methodist Church will be guest -peakerTheme is Brotherhood in the Atomic Age' Rabbi David ShaCandlelighting Time Adar 3 — 6:02 p.m. Waxman will officiate, assisted by the ("enter choir under the direction of Jerome Taft Subject of the sermon ischeduled as: "The Tabernacle Becomes a Temple." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m with Rabbi Waxman officiating and preaching on the WeeklyPortion. Junior services will be at 10 a.m. Mincha is at 4 p.m.. followed bv "Shalos Seudos Rabbi Waxman will talk, the sermon is scheduled as: "Broth the sermon is scheduled as: 'BrothNORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN erhood in Action." Mr. and Mrs. TE R will hold Fridav evening servHarry Ross w,il be hosts at the ices at 5 45 and 8 pm Rabbi MayOneg Shabbat. Saturday morning er Ab ramowitz will discourse on services are at 8:30 am. Peter, i thc topJC: -conservative Judaism son ofjMr andIMn. Meyer Matloff A statemen •• Cantor Edward wil become Bar Mitzvah Rabb, Klein will render the musjcal ^ Hurw.tz and Rev. Rudolph Brill tions of the ljturgv assjste<) by the win omciate. Center choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 a.m.. when Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mendelsohn, will become Bar Ifttsvah • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening service.* at 8:15 pm., with Z IMS. a C ^ ne .L Sh a / R**b, Malcolm Sparer officiating. Senior citizens will participate in the Service. Subject of the sermon is: Tribute to Senior Society FLAGLER -GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.n with Rev Leo Heim officiating. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy Junior service piro and Jeffrey Strumpf will officiate. Mincha iat 530 o.m ."followed by ShaloSeudos and Maariv. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday p.ro will officiate. Cantor Joseph services at 830 p.m.. w„h Rabbi u,n ,7\l l£Z ,he r^" 1 E Abraham ^vitan officiating to t.onof the liturgy, w, h the cho.r observance of Brotherhowl Week -ervices at 545 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 am morning services are at 9 a.m. Min-' Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and cha will be at 6 p.m. followed by discusRequirements of a Sanc. -7t> Da,,y M?rv,ces are ,uar > Mincha iat 515 p.m.. folat 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Talmud lowed by Shalos Seudos Host will class meets^daily^froin 2 to 4 p.m. be Wdon Habar. Daily -ervices are at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE— GATION will hold Friday evening under the direct.on of Rev MorJseTorrllJ* Neh^^F^SS decha, Haalman. Oneg Shabbat w.11 Method", ChuS w .^ be -ponsored by Mr and MrJul ,pe ak er UdieS ^ZrZZZrJZ*: ~ ^ ^e, Shabba, be guest Auxiliary will ter. Huguette Saturday morning service^ are at 9 am Rabbi Shapiro will dikcuss the Weekly Portion Daily morning serviceanal 9 a m BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening serviceat 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am. when Rabbi Shmaryabu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Tell the Vision to No Man" Cantor Fishel Lutman will render the musical portions of Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovsky •45 MKHIGAN AVtNUt, MIAMI BEACH *Umt S-355 NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Okolica will preach on the ARE YOU FARBLUN J E T ? Maurice Neu will renoer the mu,,Sanhednn"w7ll La U i S D^DJ eal portions of the liturgy a-i.-ed cation of the Zohar foHowrt by the choir under the direction %  •• %  of Lucille Moore. Saturday morning services are at 9 am with Rabbi Okolica discussing: "Our 5 15 TEMPLE ISRAEL of Mi.,mi will hold Friday evening services at i Sanctuary Junior services will 8:15 pm Rabbi Joseph \WwiH be at 11 am hto Rale. Blau will offic.au He w.I) ^ Tn" are at 7:30 a.m. and 7 in the eve of American Hebrew -ongregTning ... t ,oni "' wh 'ch he wai a delegate ISRAEL NORTH.' 'k"'"' £2^ Bernstein will render K A E L NORTHh „. m.^-.cal portions of the liturgy t nday n honor of Jewish Music Month. 1 TIFERETH SIDE CENTER will hold FREE lead to4mj hr ,•„ |„, e##y #f I *• "T*^ 1 %  • JwWi*^IWi •f Faaiiliar Jewish ixpressiaas". Set ^•rWMref a. papa 14; els. t *-r ,fc • %  Pan *. Set 221 Jewish •ads, txertssieas, atfiaHiaas, i for yoor fro, eepy, write to: J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK 17, NEW YORK xOGtiST BROS R>r ^ la the ot *r? DR. H. H. HICKEY DENTIST Aawoeects the New lecetitt t Ms effict at 102 N.W. 8th Ave. Miami, Fltritt Phone 2-1135 fil A^^ F0R EVERY PURPOSE • %  • STOBI FtOMT PUn om4 WINDOW WAS GLASS formitwro Teas, tevtltd Mirrors omi Resirrertaf Oar Spetitiff La & G. 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:rollPresentation Include Musical rogram Sunday uUtanding leaders of the Jewconnnunily and rabbis of the will attend presentation cerenjes „f the Sefer Torah Riven to Hebrew Academy by Samuel K er local hotel owner and minent civic leader. eremonies will take place Sunovenini. Feb. 27, at Kneseth el Congregation. he Scroll is being presented in mory of Hitter's wife. Rose, who sed aay last April. Mrs. Ritter a charter member and vice ..ident of Hebrew Academy men. a prominent figure in HaLssh. the Sisterhood pf. Temple mu-EI. rfrW for the Aged and y other local and national orizations. articipating in the program be the Hebrew Academy ttu-. under the direction of MiDonnerstag. Cantor Abraham of Kneseth Israel Congregawill conduct the liturgical ion of the program. Also apng will be Cantor Philip mmer. of Temple Emanu-El. Ipeakers will be Rabbi Jonah Ian, of Kneseth Israel, and bi Irving Lehrman, of Temple nu-El. Abraham Finestone, ident of Kneseth Israel Conation, will welcome the audiIrcotin^ will De extended by •or Harold Shapiro, and B. I. [drr. president of the Academy. oncluding tribute will be given Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prinof the Academy. Shepard (!. Mayor of Bay Harbor r will be toastmaster. jadon' Meets Saturday leeting of "Moadon," Hebrewkkin sroup of Greater Miami, [he held Saturday evening, Feb. fat Temple Emanu-El. Speaker he Dr Max Lipkind, retired pician. in an address on "ShiGinsburg — Personality and Irv Chairman is Saul Porush. David I'ncijman will, discuss pnt events, with Harry Perach tnting 'Terek Yomi." loss Music Featured the Great Waltz," an adaptafrom the feature film by MGM rnting the music of Johann >s, will be featured in "Every|j; t'ndcr the Stars" on March 3 • nil 8 p.m. in the auditorium Miami Public Library. WILDER* OF IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE n*Drt xjx msxo JEWISH TRADE te ta si t, W. MM ~ k for th 2Sfory White BaiUima THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charjes f*n Sundays Phone 13-0249 KULAR HOME SERVICE g5i;!."""_?; i o your h.mi aro tho "and more economical way DRYW00D TERMITES ERADICATED WON TENT METHOD w 0 o B rt ht 5 ; Y r Q"rantoo on ood or Subt.rran.an T.rmii t "' BEACH 17 Alun mo 4 5-3444 THI TERCENTENARY. STORY i Ooitrtlahl, Jj\J>i America Jtwlah pr#*j, < PAGE 9B 20. Jtwi in the Civil War Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO BY 106/, IN TUB B14Z/H0 HBAT OF THt SiAvBAy DBtAttB, KAB6/ DAVID MlNrtOXH INCuAXCD T/V* v/otBAir WAATK OFFAOSIAVBAY FOACBB AND H\$MAOB TOIBAVB Hit BALT/MOAB COUfBBgATlON/ BY1863, AMBRlCAN JBWBHAD fHOWN THBIR F'/OHTWar QUALirm* AND HAD A BR/LLIANTXBCORO IN THM UNION ARMY-F/tep HNBFiB/t OF IA/DIANA tO SOLOMON OF /LUNOIB.ANP AAAAIV OrHBRS eor orr/c/AL SBcotwr/oN AT YHBBNP OF TUB WAH / ~*W"$Wt Hialeah Sets Flamingo Day I \ j Y j nfl D ftn L' T-lk Saturday; Ten Will Run UTIIig D00K I U.K Reset for Tuesday; Dr. Spiegel Slated 'Hialeah is rolling out the pink carpet for the Flamingo-the day a dozen of America's finest sophomore colts run for a $148,000 pot of gold. It is also the day the brilliant tropical birds go on parade—the only time during the year the flamingo are paraded — and the day honoring a delicate color. With its enlarged facilities, the Track Beautiful will be able Saturday, Feb. 26, comfortably and conveniently to handle those wanting to see one of America's most unusual spectacles and sports events. In addition to the reserved seats, there will be 8,000 unreserved seats available for those coming to Flamingo Day. It appears now that 10 threeyear-olds will test the claims of Nashua and Boston Doge for the title of the colt most likely to succeed in the 1955 Triple Crown events. Nine Hialeah-trained Thoroughbreds have gone on to win the Kentucky Derby in the past. Tamara Mizrachi Women To Meet for Brunch Blackstone hotel will be the setting of a brunch meeting of the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women on Tuesday morning, March 1. Dina Dyckman, national representative of the Mizrachi Women's Organization, will be guest speaker. Just returning from an extensive tour of Israel, she will give a report on the various projects and children's villages of the Mizrachi Women there. A Sareze fashion show around the pool will be featured, showing latest resort fashions. Hostesses for the brundh arc the Mesdames I. Yulish, E. Zelis, M. Sternstein, M. Herman, M. Dubler and M. Frank. Mrs. Alfred Stone is president of the group. Dr. Shalom Spiegel. William Prager Professor of Medieval Hebrew Literature at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will talk on "The Tradition of Prophecy" at Temple Emanu-El Tuesday night in the concluding lecture discussion program of the second annual "Living Book" series. The program originally wa: scheduled for Monday night, but was changed to Tuesday so as not to conflict with a B'nai B'rith meeting of community-wide interest, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, director of the series, reported. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, chairman of the "Living Book" series, said Wednesday that individual tickets for Dr. Speigels talk are available at the Temple office. This has been a highly successful series, and I know many persons will want to hear from the foremost authority in the field of Biblical and medieval Hebrew literature.'' David Levinson, program chairman of the temple stated. Dr. Spiegel received his PhD de: MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE I 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hording Aya.f Ph. JE 1-3112 Ph. UN 6-6171 CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 30th Ytur on Miami Beach Dr. Shalom Spiegel gree from the University of Vienna in 1922, and started his teaching career in Palestine as a lecturer on Hebrew literature at Beth Sefer Reali and at the Technion in Haifa. Since arriving in New York City in 1928. Dr. Spiegel has published numerous books and papers, including Hebrew Reborn. A series of studies in Biblical and medieval letters includes Ezekiel and I'scudo-Ezekiel, A Prophetic Attestation of the Decalogue, and Noah, Danel and Job. His monograph, Me-Agadoth and Ha-Akedah, was awarded the Louis LaMed Foundation prize in 1950, one of jhe highest honors in the field of Jewish letters. Before his appointment to the Seminary faculty. Dr. Spiegel was professor and librarian at the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. He is a trustee of the Israel Matz Foundation, secretary of the Alexander Kohut Memorial | Foundation, fellow of the American Academy for Jewish Research and a member of the Society of ; Biblical Literature and the Ameri: can Oriental Society. GORDON ROOFING AND j SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6 5860 Have your roof repaired now; you I will save on a new roof later I "Satiifaetory Work by f Experienced Men" #Rfjfi> wt JBpRjMHtgJ M IAMI TITLC s Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. 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PAGE 10 B u~utn*rkJiar 3,500 Expected at Mt. Sinai Jubilee Continued from Pag* 1 B under the direction of Mr. Sol London and Mr. Philip Cohen. Co-chairmen of the Hotel Division are Joseph Hose and Dave Lcvinson, the former of the Royal Palm Hotel and the latter of the Algiers. They have been soliciting contribution* from fellow hotel men, as well as arranging ~p< rial displays in the lobbies. Dr. A. R. Hollender, chairman of Hie physicians committee, reports an excellent response to the hospital's only fund raising event of the year from attending and a&SO ciate physicians. Entertainment is once again thi> year under the direction of chairman Ben B. Gaines, who is busily engaged in lining up tup talent from all pails of the country in an effort to make this year's Jubilee the biggest and best ever. Many committee members have worked with the chairmen named. All have been anxiously looking at the big seating chart which hangs in the Jubilee office, gratified as each new pin goes up indicating one more seat filled and speculating on how long it will be before the blank spaces are filled. Different colored pins mark the differ ent donations, and as the board gets more and more colorful, the volunteers get happier. Each request for tickets, means that the board is that much closer to being filled, that the Jubilee is that much closer to the SI50.000 needed for its important service activities. And the devoted volunteera don't want their work to be j in vain. "They're working, hoping and looking forward to a sell-out house. Jt's up to the public—you—to make sure they're not disappointed.'' Kane explained. / FRIDAY, FEBRnii> Y Whether Resident or Visiting Listen to PAUL KAROOS ond SYLVIA MUMMER in "BlUC DANUBE HOUR" avar Station WMiM-800 M Hi* Dial This Sunday and Every Sunday at 2 p.m. Sponsored by Leading Names for Your Listening Pleasure KARQ05 WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDl Monday thru Friday (Feb. 25-28) MORNING SATURDAY SUNDAY I Teat Pattern j';" "'" U u o*W9s %  M"'". Weal* !" 1 T ^ ^ ^ gSJjjj. 8:10 >n your Ar< omit 8:46 Ca rtoon Show ooo Oary Moore Cupt. Midnight | Joseph Rose, Dave Levinson and Howard Kane review final plans for the Mount Sinai Jubilee March 3. Rose, of the Royal ,-p„ UeI K ^; Palm Hotel, and Levinson. of the Algiers, have been coordi, 10.1s ^ ^ noting activities in the Hotel Division. Kane is chairman ot this year's 4'• 2-hour all-star Jubilee. come by Mount Slnal Hospital, it spends one dollar and nineteen cents for operating expense, according to Samuel Gartner, execu9:40 To Be Announced I Smllin Ed • %  —! ': Space Patrol Morning | Wfcafa Tfbl. Btrft, B l.amp Unto Ft Rich I Super Circus : lawk L'p. Live Arthur Hospital Makes History After Only Ten Months Continued from Page 1 B 11:00 Menu Mag.e i To be AJM"C4 > Thlx Is The Life '1:15 Barks* Bill 11:30 Search P. T'm'row; Carloon-o-ville I Living Faith | Menu 11 45 ilulillna: Light I I | live director of the institution. To AFTERNOON et and practical nurses Raising the standards of nursing in the 'defray part of that deficit the Greater Miami area by constantly I board of tru-tees conducts the anoffering interesting in service ; !" al all star Jubi ee. which this training courses is another highly > ear ^attempting to raise at leas regarded feature Of Mount Sinai'* S150.000 on March 3 at Miami Committee Members for Miami Beach Pageant Named Committee for the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Miss .Miami Beach Beauty Pageant has been appointed by co-chairmen Philip J. Taylor and Kenneth Laurence. Those who have been named to the committee are Irving Liebernian and Arthur Stelzer. awards; Kenneth Laurence, program book: Robert Gilbert, finance; Kelvin Victor, public relations; Bernard Jackson, judging: Harold Kosen and Dr. Stanley Coltune, advisors; Robert Sprung and Sheldon Blank, ushers. This year's Miss Miami Beach will also automatically receive the title of "Miss 40th Anniversary" in commemoration of the city's 40th birthday. She will be attended by a court of 12 "theme" girls, also chosen from the Miss Miami Beach Beauty Pageant contestants. The pageant is scheduled for the evening of Feb. 27, at the DiLido hotel. teaching policy I.ike many institutions throughout the country". Mount Sinai maintains an elaborate reseaich and diagnostic department, probing into the illnesses of its patients while searching for new methods to alleviate suffering and discover cures. In January, 1!>55. a new Isotope Laboratory was added while a new Cardio-PuImon;iry Laboratory is being erected. About 50 per cent of all admissions to the Department of Medicine arc cardiovascular and chest disease patients. For every dollar received as inBeach Auditorium. BUILD THAT PATIO with %  LOW COST TIME PAYMENT MERCANTILE ,v NATIONAL *ANK of M.om, lioih Msmser ttdtrsl Dtseiil Istatssie Cerseretlea listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMBM, 11:30 a.m. t* 2 D.m. This program it the first and hat the largest listening audience Detroit Club Holds Dinner Detroit Social Club held its fifth annual dinner and dance at the Latin Quarter Thursday evening. In charge of reservations were Mrs. Mollie Goldberg and Mrs. Simpson Rosenberg. SHIIION "•Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Se4a T -10:J0 ts 11:30 a.**. Stetien: WMM (114* M dial) Wrist VrU9t f eeterei t redeced and Directed s, SIMON Sf/DEN 303 S.W. 17th Ave. Mb. 12-5410 W T SIDE 'ROUND NEWY0RK CALL OUR MIAMI OFFICE 3-906*. YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE, OR TELETYPE N Y 1-3*01 • Teletype NY T-3601 .vv'C Comfortable Room*' Sensible Rates TV Available i Air Conditioning Central locations Fine Food Friendly Hospitality Convention*, Garage (At the Shelton Enjoy the Free Pool and Monte Proier't* •ioW) SUNDAY, *:30 A.M. Time to June in the HIGHEST RATED YIDDISH PROGRAM MORRIS NASATIRS YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR featuring LIZA SIIBERT and SIMON WOIF 12:00! 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WDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1955 + 3ei**nnr/cflr>n PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICB -T^TcS UNDER FICTITIOUS N NAME LAW LvTICE IS HERKHY OIVEN that v Si-i-sinncd, .l>siilnK to engage In i","!?'under I'"fl.tltlnus mmi of ,; %  „„ si; -I BEAUTY, at aPa\V 57tH Street, Intends to reg,1 „UM wllli the Clerk of the ,',,„, ..f l>ade County. Florid*. """ VKRA F18HBB NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N0T NAME LAW IvnTICE m HEREBY OIVBN that ,1. ili-slrlng to engage In r ,„,. under the fi. Htlnu* name of [' ,,| v.\ COMPANY (not inc.). ", N | nl Avi., .Miami. Intend aid name with tiie Clark I |jj| -ii. >i %  t Court of Dnda County, HENRY COHAN MAX COHAN :; ( NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NO NAME LAW IviiTH'K ls HEREBY OIVBN that u ndelgned, deslrlni to engage In umler the. flqtlup4U_natnaii of [ilpif.li II IIERNBY AGENCY, at i u tiagler St.. inn-nils to register I Hith the Clerk of the Clr[.. ,, HI of I>ade County. Florida. IHWK'I.H H. BERNEY, Sole OWner licKMAN 1 BRBTAN for Applicant hlaglei St. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K-OTH'E IS HEREBY OIVEN that L signed, deslrlna to aas*S In 1.. nrSM under the flrtK i,ni.umt <.f pKXKU'H IT UNI riltl-; BXII.W.K. st 7829 Nnrthoint -nd Ave... Intend* to reglstel said name with Clerk "I the Circuit Court of l>ade iintv, Florida. SIDNEY ACKNBBi Etola owner ItVID DRl'CKER ii, \ for Sldna) A.kner KiitMlng. Miami, Florida i-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |\,. h i' is HEREBY OIVBN that undersigned, desiring to engage in ,n,-v mi,I,-, ;he firlltloiix name of I VIS JEWELRY & LOAN CO.. at North Miami Ave Miami U, Ink,lr lu leg -iii :-.ii'l nama with the • the Circuit Court of Dade lunty, Plorlda, RI'CRNH i: SO.MMER8, Sol OwnM i.i.srri: BAAL ; %  : Appllt .Hit Itlsi ... lie Bldg. I I'" POTlCE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE (•TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that : Ch iptci 67J "f f lorlda i. Annotated IIM1), Wai.., i w srehnuse Ri ci pltl n A. o TRANSFER A.WARE|u'si: ci %  INC, Florida corpora %  A ,u shouae lien, in its iiosHession the following UcIKDlCAl, SI 'I'I'MES AND ll'SRHOU) I M:\ITIRK as the P i hi: ,\ M:OX II SHIFRIN, N K l II siiei't, Miami: PER|.\.\l. IIKI.O.N'illNCS as the prop:-ir.> I NldHTINQALE, 4. Ill" i IIAvi II n RochOlle Pal k. lliUSKHol.h KFKECTS as the | i MISS I B. LEVEE, 1 %  iruoi and that SSI th* l.-l during til, legal irs "f sale, mainly lietween 11:00 n the afternoon, at • > %  Miami Avense, Miami. II on.la. indemlgned Khali offer f..r -ale to Ii ddi i for cash in hand shove ilesi rfbed property as the f hi la run II Shift in. Mi I, in i MiI B, Levoe. •ATKIi Florida, this uth • 'T I •' T-lt IN8FER e l\ MIKIUU'SK CI I., INC. ,„ r E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  1 iV2' ClAL CIRCUIT. IN AND )R DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN l, A ??, ERV No. 176367 ISOTH.M VN. Plaintiff. L, e?T C E BY PUBLICATION f I.I.U'IS KOTHMAM 'hoi, liesletII ..I I .rooklvn, \>M York I" MIK HEREBY NOTIFIED '','', "mplaliit to. In, .,.„ ril*-'> "I"" 1 ,'i .,' ls,s "02 Congress Miami. Florida. Plaintiffs ;, on in i,.-f,, r ,. ti,e ntii day ..f h?\' ( ,2*erwlM, ti,.. allegations L,.,!, '•"'•I'l-'lnt will be take,, as con['• %  "' %  I -i Misnii. Morlda. this 3rd •* of hotu-uary, lr,i, E M. LEATHKRMAN, lerk of the Circuit Conrt n.V %  '?;• '.>' le 'ounty, Florida > WM. W. HTOCKINO, |,.,,„,., fepuly Clerk JH.MAN T. ISIS Itlorn.) (, |.,, inUM I tS'W*** """'". Miami. Florida T AND p ^tT V JUOtE* 1 COURT ORIDA' iMiL2 ADE COUNTY. llOIIltis I.KESS, IVcess^l l,,w' l r "" l All Persons Hav'slste* "' enm 1 Against Said li m r..„., l "l"''ed to present any li"r .I, }. ''•"'•'"'Is wl,i,h vou. or "Iof M'.'II.'.VI'J h S,V Slnt the '* "f Mii.V, .. 'Jf 8 deceased •he I ^.K, *''•'. %  •""">•• Florida, ,T.? rtb '*. unty .ludges of Iheir Dfflr.a Jt !" ."" %  m same in I' "'i'lCu...,. c.,' ':".'"> Courthouse P'-nrtkr moisass J' l l '' ,, : •"'" eight l r I'" I h r '" r '< elalma r"-"l I,. ,i' '"" ,a,n ,n %  %  K" 1 d h." 1 •• harrad £1 a S >r V* "' %  • % %  rc 5 '•--:'.-^;, s """ n ^"v' LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICi: IS HKIUBBSY OIVRM that the undersigned. d.-aJrinw to engage husiness under the fictitious ii.im,' f !' : i n/f;^", T ,:,tMINA '-^ Bade 2lh Vh ,• "'u' ';' r*-H 1 "'-' "iu name with the i lerk of the Circuit Court, of Uade i ounty, Florida vVw H A T LEV1NE OENET 1E NET """ tSTszzn?" an Ml-I^: | NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t„ ensaaa In Mwi lunder^the flctfiloua na„„. '„', ... ? A ,N '" TIJCT, at Ml N Miami Ave Intends to reelstol M ...ESTER SAA1. ***Vm Attot ne) for Appli, ant 111 Blavayne I'.ldg i/ii-Mfito %  K, ^? TlCE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ih^.'iS. !" JUD| CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 17M*7 BANFORD OROHHBART, llalntlff VM. ANNE OR088BART, liefeudant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ANNE OROBBBART '•I Johnaon Avenue Newark. N.I. V..U are hereby notified that a mil of i omplalnt for Divorce has been nied i.gainst you, and you are reciuli,-,l t,, serve %  copy %  ( your Answer ,.i IMeading to the Hill of Complaint on, the plaintiff's Atlornev, llKNKY AI CAIN, Hit W. Flagler St.. Miami. Ma., ami file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of lit. CIl-CUll Court on or before the nth day of March, IHS. ir you fall t,, do so. judgment hy default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four eonsecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIOTAN. nsP2J* E AN ORDBRED at Miami. Morlda. this Klh day of Februarv, A.I>. 195.1. B P. LEATHERMAN, i lerk, Circuit Com t, I>ade County, Florida By WM. vs STOCKING, HENRY s?"r csT 0 "'•i'" ORORREI) al Miami. Florida, this Hith duv of h'ebrtiary, A h II K. I: LEATHERMAN. lerk, cii. ult Court. I ade i 'oiint v. Florida Bj KM, W STOCKINO, (Circuit Court Seal) hepni Clerk BANFl H( 11 FREED Attorney for Plaintiff IH N i: 'mi Ivf., Miami It, Plorlda I is _'.-. 3/1-11 LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 23130 RE KSTATK OF •" CHARLES ISAMFRIEDBERO, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO'MA'KE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE .'IH Big hereb) given that I have riled my final report and petition for i-uiai Discharge aExecutoi of the estate ol CHARLES ISAAC FRIED1 %  % %  %  dei eased; and that on I. i OB) ol March, 15S I uiii ,,p,,i, ,,, he Honorable u. r HI.ANTUN. County Judge of Dad, i ounty, Plorlda, for approval ol -,,i,i r,,,,,, report and tor (i"" 1 lEI I TDK of the u.'i ..."' CHARLES ISAAC I RIEDBe.RO, deceased This l ,tii da) of Februar) i %  M Ml'.lCK FRIEDBERO ,. as K.\eeutor KOVNER A. MANNHEIMER An.,i ii, \ :,„ Executor U lS-LT. — .1/1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ~ NAMK LAW NOTICK is IIBRBBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .iiga.se In w under the fictitious name of ':''T .. A WILNER INSCRANCE AobNC), at 711 71st st Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with th.Clerk of ih.Circuit Court of l >...!.• County, Florida SEYMOUR KBIT t/ll.lt.H-t/4 t1£6 RT !" fc NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tli.it the undersigned, desiring to engage in %  undei tha fictitious names .,f H. i i.mn Mortgage CO.; BenAnn Mortgage Co.; Ben Ann Mortgage Co.; It. nan Mortgage Co.; and BenAn Mortgage I'.., al IMS (Uth Street, Miami Peach 41. I l.i intend to register laid names with the Clerk of the Clri nit Count of Dade County, Hmida BENJAMIN NEWMAN ANN NEWMAN THEODORE It NELSON Attorney for Applicants L' ll-H — 3/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT^COURT OF THE UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. t76329 BERYL Ii. WOHLFARTH, Plaintiff vs. ALBERT .1. WOHLFARTH. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALBERT J. WOHLFARTH I n Itox 41 Cobiesklll. New York You me hereby notified that a BUI nplalnt for Divorce has been filed against you and you are required in serve a cosy of youi Answer t.. the Bill ol Complalnl upon the Plaintiff's Attorney, Irwin H. Futerraa, Suite 1'ns Terminal Uulldlng. Coral Qables, Ha.l.Cuuiity, Florida, and file the original "| "Ice of the Clerk of the i on ,,r before the 7th day of March, i>.... otherwise the complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. 1'uted at Coral (lables, Dade County, Morlda, this 2nd day of February, i:..v,. K. B. LEATHERMAN, glerk of the Circuit Court S U-ik ..f the 'Ircult ( I WM. W STOCKINO, Deputy Clerk ijjpus iifr|ti':i:Y riivcx iiiA d. de'sii ing to engage !n NOTICE UNDER FICT NA NOTICE IH i he undei sign* i undei %  Kl.l.l il'AK ( intend th register Hnonani Clerk ..r the Circuit Court County, Florida St'SAN V OANS. IIARICIKT E lyAN CHAP.I EH CRICK (?ANS I'M: v .;ANS fc'HA.ril:. i nera m nap..' of lne I, ..I 11a., th the of i '.id.. FRIKDMAN Attorn.', s I, So:, Be) hold m r^tltkri IlitHlng. —__IE CIRCUIT COUIT OF THE ENTH JOJWCIAL CIRCUIT. IN FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIN CHANCERY. No. 175,tt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176320 i:\IMAI.HA ELIZABETH KIKTH, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH Knell:. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Ji ISKPH Kin ri: It Hollj Street Auburn, New York You. Joseph Kocur, are herehy n I that a lllll of Complalnl for Dlvoreg has heen fili'd against you. and you are required to serve %  <"iv of your Answei ." Pleading t %  %  the Bill ..f Complalnl on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, Esq., I'll4 Seybold Uldg .Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Plea. line In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the (th da) of March, 1*65. if you fail t<> ,io so. Judgment in .1. fault will be liken against yotl for the i.li.-f demanded in the I'.ili of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this L'nd dav of February, A D. I:.."..". i: II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Clrcalt Court. Hade ('ounty, Florida B) JOAN COURNOTER, (Circuit Court heal) Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Atiorn.v for Plaintiff liii4 Seybold Uldg, Miami, Florida 8/4-U-18-2S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVE AND F IDA I JOSEPH RI.CHMAN. Plaintiff. vs. RITA nARWlSH, Defendant. NOTICE Y PUBLICATION TO: RITA HARW1SH, Pejfaadunt, Result IK- and arfdreesVrinknown, hn is SScvetlhg hatrV-'lf within the State of Horlda from service of process. • You are herebyJsollRcd that a Complaint for roratsiaatgs'of Chattel Mortgage, Injunctlve Rejref and Other Re-, lief has len OUm against you. an(t you are required lo ser\-e a copy of f our Pleading UMkhe Complaint on the laintiffs AMBfe.v. HENRY M. CAIN, and fOflK original Pleaalns In the office of trie Clerk ..f the Cir. cult Court .Mi or Iwrore the 11th day of March. lMqilf vou fail to do so. Judgment by fcfattlt will he t.ijten against you^'fnr*^h"rellef dcmamled In the Complaint. This stilt seeks to foreclose a Chattel Mortgage held by Plaintiff on Dial business known as "JOES LUNCHEONETTE". 10 N.W. 1st Avehuk. Miami. Horlda. together with the (urpishings, lunilnire, fixtures, sppllamjas, sioek, equipment, mer.hsivllee. gsis A s antr wares contalned therein: Dated st Miami, Florida, this 8th da) of February 13.'."' ...... E. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By w.M W STUCKIM:. Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for I'lal-llff .__ loll W. Flagler Street v'iJ3C*T:3. Miami, Florida l/H-U-M — l/l 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, vs. EARLB R. WHITE, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tn HAKI.E K. WHITE, :tl Ridge Avenue. Paaogle, New Jei You are hereby notified that a Rill .,f Complalnl for Divorce has boon filed against you, and you are reqolred to serve a cony of your An iwer or Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, MYERR, H El MAN KAPLAN. 63d Seybold Building, Miami, Plorlda, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the ciork of the Circuit Court ..a oi before the 7th day of March, IJSS If you fall to do so. Judgment l,\ .I. fault will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notlee shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. HONE ANO ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this L'Sth day of January. All la.",. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida By M. c. ORBBN, (Circuit Court Seal) Denuty Cler MYERS. I1E1MAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Plaintiff 6M> Seybold Uulldlng, Miami, Florida 2/4-11-18-23 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 16771 RE: ESTATE OF ISAM' KnSENOARTKN. IVreased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed mv final report and petition for F"lnal Discharge as Kxecutor of the estate of ISAAC KoSEN'tARTEN. decessed: and that on the 7th day of Mareh. •4S5o, I will apply to the Honorable W. F HLANTON, County KTudge of Oade County. Florida for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of ISAAC ROSENtlARTEN. ised. .--* This 31st dav of January• I*;';',„, CHARLES HOSENC.AIITEN AARON M. KANNER Attorney for Charles Rosengarten 1/4-11-18-23 ^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RAH TAVERN, at Mt7 N. V,. 22nd Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ^^ RCTH M WEISS (Sole Owner) HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant JS1I West Flagler Street 2/4-11-18-23 IN THE COUNTY JURGES' COURT L N /!K? FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B In Re: ESTATE OF JACOB I. RADOMKKY, Us., known as JACOH itADOMSKY, a/k/a JACK RADOMSKY a/k/a JAC( >B IV .i iMBKY, NOTICE TO CREDITORS p.. AH Creditors and AH Persona n.,\ Ing Claims M Derodnds Again l Estate: You, ami .mi, ,,f vou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou. or either of j.,u, may have against the estate of .lAi'm: |. RADOMSKY, also known as JACOB RADOMSKY, a/k/a JACK RADOMSKY etc., deceased late of i> H ,ie County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade countv. and file tinsame In their offlci I Hi. County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight .alendnr months from the date of th, first publli ation hei eol Said claims or do mandi to contain the legal address of th, claimant and to be sworn to and ores. tite.I as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee Section 733.16 of the p>4.. Probate A. t Dute February 17. A.D. 1656 HERBERT b SHAPIRO. As Administrator C.T A of the estate <.f JACOH I, RADOMSKY etc. i leceased BERICK, SHAPIRO AFRIED Attorneys for Administrator, c.T.A. 3. 4-II -IS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176479 HOMER It HAMILTON, sr Plaintiff, VS. P. C. BCHAEDE, a k a PAIL C BCHAEDE I AND ALSO ALL L'NKNOWN | PERSONS, HEIRS, DEVISEES, i: 1 1 A NTEEs, Ass 1 1;N I". ES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, Till STELS OR ANY OTHER CLAIMANTS, CLAIMING BY, •rilltmi.li. I NDEit OR AGAINST ANY OF THE ABOVE N\MED DEFENDANTS WHO MAY BE DEAD AND NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD (lit ALIVE. AND ALSO ALL L'NKNOWN PERSONS, PARTIES, CLAIMANTS. AND DEFENDANTS HAVING OR CLA1M1NO To HAVE ANY RIOHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN ult TO THE PROPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS CAUSE AND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: P. C. BCHAEDE. a/k/a PAIL C. BCHAEDE, Address unknown: AND ALSO ALL L'NKNOWN PERSONS, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS8IONEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES OR ANY OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, CNDER-OR ACAINST ANY OF' THE ABEWE NAMF:D DEFENDANTS WHO M VY HE DEAD AND M'T KNUWN TO BP3 DEAD OR ALIVE, AND ALSO ALL L'NKNOWN PERSONS, PARTIES, CLAIMANTS A>Ni. DJU'-h-NUANTS HAVINO "R cS^AfMlNW ANY" RKillT. TITLE OR V\TEI!l:s\T .-i OH To THE PROPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS CAUSE AND HEREIN A FT Kit DESCRIBED: YOU ARE HERICUY NOTIFIED to file wMh the Clerk 6/ the above styled Court at Miami. Uade ('ounty. Florida, on or before the 14th ria) ol March. lH.".r.. your written pleadings to an action to quiet and confirm title to. and for removal of'lien from the following described prisjstrty, and other Tract 3". of KI.ORIDA FTtUlT UNP CO.'S subdivision, In Section L'3. Township .".3 South. Range 40 East, isintainlnjc 1" acres more or lees, accordiifir to the Plat thereof, recorded in TSflt Book i. at page 7 of the Public Records of Dade County,Florida: as above stvled. and to serve a copy thereof wrthln the time set forth above, upon S. BlahRoss. Attorney for Plaintiff, P-'nT BlecavncP.lds.MIsml. Florida, in default of which a Decree Pro Confesso may be entered against ynU: Dated at Miami. IJn*>Oounty. FlorIds. nris 19JS. Wh day tbrusry, A.D.. a/n-it-a K. R IXATIIERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court of 'Dade Qfltskb'. Fioiida By JOAlf>URNOYER. Deputy Clerk S/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that 1,-rsigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CRANADA PAR & GRILL, at m N W. Mli st Intends to register • %  :,i.l name with the Clerk of (he Circuit Court of Dade County, Flornl;, ELMO l( Ml IRALER, Owner K BSSLER AOARS Alt... II. ys for Applicant 1782 W Flagler t/ll-16-M — 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of l" B, BARBECUE, al 2KI Opa Locka Blvd./ Opa ls..k.i. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit curt of Dad.County, Florida. CHARLES T BROWN ETHEL M BROW N HENRY NORTON ALtorney for Applicants 1041 Seybold EIIIK 3/4-11-18-2S I /' I • %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17o816 MOLLIE GINSBERG. Plaintiff PHILIP (SINSBERO, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: PHILIP GINSBERG 1211 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach. Florida You are hereb) notified thai .i BUI of Complaint for Divorce has heen fifed agamsl you, ami you are required to serve %  top* Of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the nlalntiffAttorney, FREDERICK A. REKNICK. I6SS0 Klscayne Blvd. North Miami Beach. Fla.. P. O. Box 12S. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or befori >lli dS] Of March. IKS If vou fall to do so. Judgment by default will l.e taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN" DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this isth dav of February, A D I'...:. E II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida B) II C, GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Depute Clerk I REDBRICK A. 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PAGE 12 B vJewlstthrkHan^ FRIDAY, FEBRUAm NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW United States Niklta S. Khrushchev'* rise at top man in the Soviet riierarchy, writes Samuel Schneiderman in the Jewish Day. bodes ill for the Jewish peoples. Khrushchev, he says, was the man who idolized the notorious anti-Semite Bogdan Chmielnitiky (1648) and made him into a national Soviet hero. Chmielnitzky was the Hitler of his day The shifts in the Kremlin leadership, which saw Khrushchev nominate Marshal Bulgaria as Premier, had their mainspring, political leaders say. in the "Jewish Doctors' Plot" in 1953—a "plot" which the part Jewish I.avrenti P. Beria had exposed as a fabrication Alexander Kerensky, the antiBolshivist head of the Russian revolutionary' movement that succeeded Czar Nicholas II and who now lives in New York, expressed the belief this week that the change in Soviet leadership may result in Moscow's persuasion of Red China to be more cautious in the Pacific The Red Chinese, some observers hold, may begin to take matters in their own hands The National Academy of Sciences, comprising the nation's leading scientific groups, has been asked by the White House to help formulate a loyalty policy relating to Federal grants for uncl.issi lied research. This is the first attempt on the part of the Administration to consult scientific groups on questions of loyalty. To the chagrin of Roy M. Cohn, the Army has reinstated Barry S. Bernstein, suspended civilian radar expert at Fort Monmouth. In reply to a protest by Cohn. an Army spokesman in Washington said that "a suspended Army civilian employe is reinstated only after complete and exhaustive investigations and hearings Rabbi Benjamin Schuitz, Executive Director of the American Jewish League Against Communism, ha* announced the election of columnist George E. Sokol.ky as the League's new president, replacing Alfred Kohlberg who is retiring because of illness. Roy M. Cohn has been elected chairman of the Executive Committee. Moses I. Feuerstein, president of the Orthodox Union, issued a statement this week disassociating his group from another group calling itself "United Orthodox Jewish Congregations and Organizations of America" which sponsored a mass meeting in Manhattan Center recently concerning religious affairs in Israel The World Jewish Congress reports that Yugoslavia's Jewish community, comprising 6700 Jews, has issued a comprehensive "Almanac" describing the life of Jews in that country. It is the first such compendium to be published since 1940 when Yugoslavia was drawn into World War II Rabbi David Hollander, president of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of America, has sent a memorandum to the Armed Forces asking the Government to make provisions for kosher kitchens in installations which maintain Jewish chaplains. "The observance of Jewish dietary laws is not merely a convenience but a religious obligation." Rabbi Hollander declared The Army is giving serious consideration to his request The largest Torah Convocation ever to be conducted for Jewish military personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces will be held at Fort Dix on March 1. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will address a "Judaism Day" assem bly of some 3.000 Jewish servicemen in the Fort Dix sports arena The American Jewish Congress is doubtful whether the "package" of eleven Civil Rights Bills, introduced by the Liberal bloc in the Senate, will ever be enacted. The introduction of the Bill "is simply a gesture, no longer serving any useful purpose." Congress leaders say Jewish participation in the military services of the U.S. will be highlighted at .special ceremonies at West Point on Sunday, March 6, when the national Tercentenary' Committee on Military Participation will pay tribute to its first graduating class of 1802 consisting of two persons, one of whom was a Jew, Simon M. Lavy. Israel The Turkish-Iraqi Treaty, so bitterly opposed by Egypt, will be signed this month in Bagdad. The Treaty, which obligates the two countries to "collaborate in order to oppose by joint measure any aggression directed against them, whatever source." creates the first wedge within the Arab League ... In Cairo. Egyptian Minister of National Guidance, Major Salah Salem, ridiculed the timidity and indecision of the leaders of the other Arab States who failed to take a definite stand against Iraq Major General E. L. M. Burns, Chief of the UN I nice Staff, has presented a plan to Israel and Jordan calling for closer contact between local commanders in the Jerusalem area Iraq is now ready to embark upon the decisive phase of a gigantic irrigation and flood control program designed to recreate the conditions that nurtured the worlds first highly developed civilization in the Tigris-Euphrates 22S • •: T#n 'T r d **" 9irl ,h %  •* %  ••"*" community in Ethiopia have arrived in l.ra.l where they will spend two years at Kfar Batya near Raanana and then return as leaders in their communities Israel has arranged a calendar of festivals and other special events as a means of developing into a year-round tourist center, the Jewish Agency's 1955 Tourist issue of Economic Horizons announces ^elnf„ ,1 k h D r b S ,li m K Ab Rh "' e *P"^ing his gratitude to Israei !" P ^V he ? edum ,r,bes t old Minuter of Health Yosef Serlin at a special Bedum feast that "the State of Israel has invested mill ons of pounds ,n making the dessert flourish; it has shown ft7greTt interes m^easmg our hard, nomadic life and in making my tribe a settled! peo Aluf Joseph Avidar has been appointed Israel Ambassador to the l?V Un'on. replacing Dr. Shmuel Aliashiv According to PU* Shifreet, Minister of Police, Israel has less than 1000inwi. A, ,. end of 1954 only 947 were held in prisons ^JTi^tt^Si Europe w., 7 "^ 86 !!'" Philnarm !" Orchestra, half of, whose member, wer. N.z.s and who*, temporary conductor, Herbert von K !" ?! r'J Jh!n ls £ on y ng t0 the VA late ,his mon t h ^r a tour of 19 cf.ies Gerhart von Westerman. the orchestra manager also a NJI hn questioned about the possibility of U.S. opposition stTted"it i. n s.ble there will be no objection to us. We mus Jrov e that rlU/h nothing to do with politics." ... The Soviet Ea.t fiLm!i • f in the days of the Prussian kings ... A Western diplomat in Moscow t" ^^ W Y h n f he f t h h0U K ght l ab0Ut the <**"** i" Music Month Progr American Jcw^h Louise-Brandeis Chapter! a meeting at the A!gi er Monday noon, Feb 28 ish Music Month for thai Cantor Irving Robinson] Coral Gables Jewish c e sing and partake in a w cussion of Jewish musd meaning. Robert Strassbu accompanist. SOME DAY YOU'LL WOL'LL NOT FEEL OLD, for the span of life and good health is steadily lengthening. But your family obligations and business responsibilities will be less ... and you can then fully enjoy the blessings of leisure and freedom from worry that are the rewards of phoned sating. A constantly increasing savings account at Chase Federal is a wonderful companion on the road to security... and a" friend in need to cushion the shocjc of illness or sudden emergencies. For your present and future peace-of-oaind, we invrtt you CO open a savings account at Chase Federal. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 29Number 8
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
BEN GURJON IS BACK IN ISRAEL GOVERNMENT AS DEFENSE MINISTER
[CONFERENCE MARKS COMPLETION OF MONTH-LONG PREPARATION
Nationwide Drive for $100,090,000 to be Launched by UJA
An intensive push was underway
in United Jewish Appeal circles
thi- week in a strong attempt
L, launch UJA's 1955 drive with
[the greatest total of initial gifts in
lit- history.
This hope was mounting in Mi-
sami Beach u more than 600 lead-
ithered for the UJA national
[inaugural conference at the Sax-
lony hotel to set in motion the na-
Uonwide drive for close to $100,
B00.000.
The great outpouring of initial
Igiftv was being marshalled to mark
[the culminating year of an historic
[po-twar decade in which the UJA
Established a magnificent record
|The ten-year period saw the ac-
complishment of the gigantic task
|of helping millions of Hitler's vie
t i in back to health and liberty.
! i witnessed the establishment
m Israel and the resettlement of
more than 750.000 immigrants in
ihe Jewish homeland.
Leading officers of the UJA ar
i in Miami Beach prior to the
opening nf the national inaugural
chairman of the UJA's 57-man na-
tional campaign cabinet; Dr. Jo-
seph J. Schwartz, executive vice
chairman; and Louis L. Bennett,
assistant'executive vice president.
The inaugural conference in-
cludes the Friday meeting of the
national campaign cabinet and a
dinner session Saturday evening.
The Sunday closing session will be
addressed by Avraham Harman, Is-
rael's Consul General in New York.
Jack Benny, who came to Miami
for the first time in 20 years to
participate in UJA's culminating
campaign of the postwar decade,
will lend his talents to the closing
session.
The conference marks the com-,
pletion of a month-long special
mobilization of advance gifts which
began with a dinner honoring UJA
president Warburg in New York
I on Jan. 22. More than $10,000,000
| in advance campaign gifts were
'brought forward in tribute to Mr.
| Warburg. With the Sunday session
in Miami expected to bring another
impressive outpouring of initial
gifts, it is hoped that the 1955 UJA
drive will get off to a record-break-
ing start.
Since its establishment in 1939.
the United Jewish Appeal has rais-
ed close to a billion dollars and
has helped to save and aid more
than 2.500,000 men, women and
children.
This year's program must pro-
vide aid for close to 500,000 Jews
in nearly two dozen overseas lands
and in this country through the
UJA constituent agencies, the Unit-
eil Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution
Committee and New York Associa-
tion for New Americans.
Adenauer Tells Claims Conference
Indemnification Law Improvement
Can be Expected in Coming Months
Jack Benny
arrive* in Miami
conference and conducted a series
|<>f intensive preparatory meetings.
[The officers included William Ros-
lenwald of New York, general chair-
[man: Edward M. M. Warburg of
I New York, president; Morris W.
IBerinstein of Syracuse, N.Y.; Jo-
seph Holtzman of Detroit; Jack D.
Weiler of New York; and Dewey
|l> Stone of Brockton, Mass.. all
national campaign chairmen; Sam-
I!!!_." Daro" of Philadelphia.
NEW YORK (JTA>West Ger-
man Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
assured the Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against Germany
that major amendments to improve
the present Federal Indemnifica-
tion Law can be expected within
the next few months, it was an-
nounced here by the Conference.
Chancellor Adenauer declared
that his government and the par-
liament were determined to effect
these amendments before the sum-
mer recess and to accelerate the
processing of the claims of the vic-
tims of the Nazi persecution.
The Chancellor's assurances were
contained in a letter to Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the Con-
ference. The letter was in reply
to an appeal for action on several
recommended improvements in the
Indemnification Law which were
submitted by the Conference board
, of directors following its recent
j meetings in Paris.
At the request of the board, Dr.
Goldmann wrote to Chancellor
(Adenauer on Feb. 6, calling his
I attention to the lag in implement-
ing the commitments made by the
West German Government in be-
half of individual victims of Nazi
persecution and recommending
certain improvements.
\fjfTH ANNUAL JUBILEE DUE MARCH 3
| Hospital Aims to Meet $150,000 Goal
"In its essence,'' Dr. Goldmann
wrote, "the indemnification legisla-
tion must be simplified. The maze
of technicalities which are strang-
ling 'he law must be abolished. The
Insistence upon detailed (documen-
tary) proof, which is almost Impos-
sible to obtain, must be eliminated.
There is need for expanding the
categories of persons entitled to
compensation and increasing the
amounts to be paid. Advance pay-
ments must be facilitated and the
machinery for handling the claims
must be enlarged and improved.
"Perhaps most important of all,
however, the spirit which animated
the enactment of the law must
somehow be communicated down
to every official until the compen-
sation which was promised to the
claimants becomes not merely a
hope but a reality," Dr. Goldrr.nn
pointed out in his letter.
In his reply, Chancellor Adenau-
er wrote: "I am acquainted with
the complaints, which have arisen
particularly abroad, as a result of
the slow pace of individual com-
pensation. In order to bring about
Continued on Page 9 A
Mount Sinai Hospital will stage
"' I'fth annual Jubilee Thursday,
w. 3. at the Miami Beach Audi-
wium. Chairman Howard Kane
""1 his co workers this week
-wch\ to complete arrangements
lor filling the 3.600-seat theatre.
Kane called on the community
10 "match the talent parade with
* Mrade of ticket buyers" to as-
W achievement of the $150,000
Virtually every big name in show
UMnes. is volunteering to support
,;" Sullivan, master of ceremonies,
l make 'his the greatest all-star
'now of the year," with an 8:30
lL '"rtai" ,0 the four-hour per-
Ticket sales are progressing
briskly, but Kane sounded a warn-
ing against complacency at the last
stages of the drive. "We cannot
be satisfied with anything less than
a capacity house," said Kane, "and
we're pushing our committees to
the hilt to attain that mark."
Sullivan arrives in Miami next
Tuesday, to be greeted at the air-
port by city and hospital officials.
On Wednesday noon, he will be
feted by the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce at the Sans Souci
hotel.
A reception for the "Toast of the
Town" reporter will be staged at
the Algiers hotel on Wednesday
afternoon, with a big Lincoln-Mer-
cury parade set for Thursday after-
noon on Lincoln rd.
Ckancef/er Konra4 Aitnmntt
. pledges octien
Replaces Pinchas Lavon Who Resigns
After Sharp Difference With Sharett
JERUSALEM (JTA)David Ben-
Gurion formally became Israel's
Minister of Defense Sunday follow-
ing a meeting of the Cabinet at
which Premier Moshe Sharett re-
ported on the resignation of Pin-
chas Lavon from the post which
Mr. Ben-Gurion has agreed to take
over.
Premier Sharett gave a detailed
account to the Cabinet of the rea-
sons for Mr. I.avon's resignation.
An official announcement issued
following the meeting of the Cabi-
net said that the resignation was
precipitated by Mr. Sharett s re-
fusal to agree to Mr. Lavon's pro-
posals for changes in the defense
set-up.
Mr. Ben-Gurion's dramatic re-
turn to office in the Israel Gov-
ernment, after 14 months of semi
retirement, was announced in a
broadcast by Premier Sharett. Ac-
cording to reliable sources, Mr.
Ben-Gurion accepted the defense
portfolio on the appeal of his party-
colleagues because of the gravity
of the security situation and the
possibility of a Cabinet crisis.
The Jerusalem Post, in an ex-
clusive circuin.sta.iUal re|x>rt. de-
scribed the feverish activities
which preceded the stunning an-
nouncement that the veteran Israel
leader hid agreed to emerge from
retirement in the Negev to assume
a key cabinet post. According to
this paper's report. Premier Shar-
ett sent a delegation to Mr. Ben-
Gurion composed of two close as-
sociates in the Mapai Party. Labor
Minister Golda Myerson and Mor-
dechai Namir, secretary general of
the Histadrut. the General Labor
Federation of Israel. They gave
Mr Ben-Gurion a full report of the
VON KARAJAN RAPPED
Petition Seeks Cancellation
Of Berlin Orchestra's Tour
As 4,000 Musicians Ob/'ecf
NEW YORK (JTA)A petition
calling for cancellation of three
scheduled concerts at Carnegie
Hall by the Berlin Philharmonic
Orchestra, which arrives in the
United States next Sunday to open
a six-week tour of 21 cities in the
United States and Canada, has
been signed by about 750 members
of the American Federation of Mu-
sicians.
The petition, which 4.000 musi-
cians in New York were expected
to sign by Wednesday when it was
submitted to an executive board
meeting of Local 802on whom it
calls for action to halt the concert
charges that the conductor of the
orchestra, Herbert von Karajan.
and its manager, Gerhardt von
Westerman, were members of the
Nazi Party. The text of the peti-
tion declares:
"We musicians strenuously ob-
ject to the appearance of the Nazi-
led and Narimanaged Berlin Phil-
harmonic Orchestra In New York.
The conductor, H. von Karajan, as
well as the orchestra manager, was
an active party member who bears
responsibility for the death and
exile of countless musicians from
Hitler Germany.
"We also protest the United
States Government subsidy of this
orchestra while American orches-
tras are denied such support. We
urge you to act to prevent this per-
formance."
David Ben Gurion
. bock in Cabinet
-itnation with respec' to Mr. Lavon
and conveyed to him Mr. Sharett"s
oersonn' request that he assume
the Defense portfolio.
Mrs. Myerson left the Ben-Gurion
retreat at Sdeh Boker in the Negev
and met Mr Sharett at nin o'clock
at Kibbutz Netzer Sereni. where
he had participated in a memorial
meeting. She gave the Premier
, Mr. Ben-Gurion's affirmative re-
I sponse and Mr. Sharett thereupon
I issued the statement which inform-
|ed the nation of Mr. Ben-Gurion's
return.
Sharp criticism of the procedure
which led to Mr. Ben Gurion's re-
turn to the Cabinet was voiced in
the right and left wing newspapers.
These papers charged that no con-
sideration had been given to the
fact that Israel is governed by a
coalition and asserted that neither
Mr. Lavon himself, nor the General
Zionists, Progressives and Religi-
ous Bloc members of the Cabinet
had been informed of Mr. Shar-
ett's approach to Mr. Ben-Gurion.
Mr. Sharett's alleged failure to
consult Mapai's partners in the
Cabinet came under heavy fire
from Haaretz and Haboker. General
Zionist organs, and from Hatzofeh,
the Mizrachi paper. This failure,
they asserted, made the Defense
Ministry a "Mapai monopoly."
David Ben Gurion's return to
government office marks the begin-
ning of a new phase in Israel's
history and opens a new and dra-
matic chapter in the biography of
the short, stocky and dynamic
statesman who proclaimed Israel's
statehood and served as its prime
minister and defense minister for
the first five years of the State's
existence.
Mr. Ben Gurion laid down the
reins of government in 1953 be-
cause he was tired, wanted time to
meditate and because he sought,
by his personal example, to gal-
vanize the youth of Israel and in-
spire them with a pioneering spirit
to be manifested in the develop-
ment of the Negev. Israel's south-
ern desert.
Since then, he has lived in Sdeh
Boker, sharing the hardships of pi-
oneer settlement life, laboring as
a shepherd, working on his me-
moirs and papersand keeping a
close eye on Israel and world de-
velopments
IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE
leeks
Editorial
Mindlin
News in Review
Oppenheimtr
Society
Supplement
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2
Philbrick Talk Will
Be Featured During
Brotherhood Event
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the Greater V. = -
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livered by Fa'.ht: 7 -
BB. Vicar of
Church. Miami
Rabbi Irving Lehi
'eader of Temple Emanu El M.
Beach. and pre-i
er Miami Rabbir:;t^! A--
rill deliver a special!;, pn |
Pra ; r for b- Lberbood
afosteal ulectkNU
re!a-
r.g will Ik- prevented by
voice choir of the Booker T
der the dire'- : Ml Lelia
Williams
Fud- irr.an. of
Miami liur. irl and

B'l th Youth
seat-
therbood program will
rk the :ir-t public appearance
the '.harm area M Be*
-1 Philbrick. who i- widely
own ai 'he author of the beat-
'mg book. I Lead Hire* Li
Serving on the B'nai B'ruh plan
;g committee for the program
- Mrs. Eleanor Greenberg. co-
d.rman. Bernard Cohen. Martin
lelman. Ro,alind Hill. George
onengold. Mrs. Kitty Scherper.
-- Mollie Glazer. Milton Sadoff.
-ank Jaffe. Mr- Jack R Wein.
rs. Ted Robin-on and G.lbert J
:kin
WE'ne on our way
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:- the recfiaa H a 23-clasFroom
Cclrnar. A. Zwitmon. a
H Kaplan and an auditorium,
eisbted religious school children and adults
: in a special prayer of consecra-
iteaOHM George Srr. airier* was guest
Pioneer Women Plan Council
Annual Donor Luncheon at Di Lido
ade County Community
-.est Goal Oversubscribed
native
U'fc
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22SJMS earn-
-
the s: i -.-ncies
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ue : iid
Hiram Bl*k<.
UhtMsan d inteen
who have worked ir. beha'i of the
campaign during the past (oar
month- and -mgied out the women
who had the toughest job of all-
knocking on doon
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Chapter and
- will hear Ribfoi
ritual leader of
Temple El recent 1>
oe!. relate h..- p
observati i I the American
W e achievt i
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;1 in
Israel.
man will be
[hi '.!;;. ni
Council of Pioneer Women'* <)r-
.5th annual
luncheon on Sunda] i I i;; 27.
at the Di Lido hotel
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Miami civic
and rettgioua leader and former
rabbi of Beth David Congregation.
will present a charter to the newly-
formed (oral Gables Chapter of
Pioneer Women, organized by \Ir-
Sonia Plotkin and Mrs. MS G
Leonard Young, singing enter-
tainer currently appearing at the
Monte Carlo hotel, will highlight
the entertainment with vocal se-
lections of popular folksongs. His
accompanist will be Hy Fried.
Special guest at the speakers'
table will be a visitor from Paris,
France. Mr* Samuel Jaffe. the
former Bee Jaffer. immediate past
lent of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Womei Oi
rations
Mr- Isaac Pushkin, pr
Greater Miami Council, will
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cultural ebai
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The y. eta Hapoaloth chairmen.
Jacob Cosow, A he
Seltzer Oscar ZelUer. Joseph
Krantz. D"ra Wilenaky, Nathan
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Kibbutz'' i~ the topic for Kadimah
Chapter's third study group meet
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY2SJ955,
Mount Sinai Given
Grant of $7,500
A grant of $7,500 from the Leon
Lowenstein Foundation of New
York l Mount Sinai Hospital re-
search laboratories was announced
In Max orovitz, president of the
hospital's board of trustees.
This granl is an increase over
previous grants by the mom Foun-
dation initiated three years ago.
The project to which Lowenstein
I,u vcn his annual support con-
cerns itself with research in the
eaUses "f hardening of the arteries
and methods for alleviation of the
disease.
Lowenstein, a winter resident of
Miami Beach, is a noted philanthro-
pic who is chairman of the board
of M Lowenstein & Sons, chairman
of the board of Hillside Hospital
of New York, vice president of the
New York Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies and a member of
Ihe board of St. Vincent's Hospital
Hi New York.
In acknowledging the gift, Oro-
vitz stated that this project is part
of (he total research program un-
der way at Mount Sinai Hospital.
H*e said that the hospital "can only
fulfill the needs of the community
by no! only giving care to the sick,
but also investigating the causes
of sickness."
The research project is under the
I direction of Dr. Maurice Lev, path-
Ologisl and chief of research. As-
sociated with him are Drs. Jerome
Benson. Jacob Classman, Stanley
Wasman, Elliott Cohen and Mr.
John T. Thomas.
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Retarded Children's Society
Plans Square Dance Saturday
Society to Help Retarded Chil-
dren will hold a square dance on
Saturdav, Feb. 26, at the Veterans
of Foreign Wars Post, 1608 SW
27th ave.
The Society to Help Retarded
I children was formed three years
ago and is dedicated to the cause
ol helping all retarded children.
| through education, training and
1 social programs. The organization
recently offered $1,000 in scholar-
ships for teachers, college stu-
Ident- and retarded children, Mrs.
IFtlia Beck, chairman, revealed this
I week.
Chorus of "Come Back Little Shikker," original musical com-
edy being produced by the Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center. Left to right are Elva Bush, Edith Moore, Ida Uram,
Dotty Newman and Pauline Lewis.
Flagler Players
Slate Production
Of Musical Comedy
Beth David Men Schedule
'Cadillac Party' Sunday
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center will present its produc-
tion, "Come Back Little Shikker,"
at the Center, 50 NW 51st pi., on
Saturday and Sunday evening, Feb.
26 and 27, and Saturday and Sun-
day evening, March 5 and 6.
According to business
Lou Bush, the Feb. 26 performance
is all sold out.
On Sunday evening, Feb. 27,
Beth David Men's Club will hold
a "Cadillac Party" in the auditori-
um at Beth David.
The affair is an annual fund
raising event which produces the
funds necessary to carry on many
of the programs that the Men's
Club sponsors each year.
Among the projects are the land-
i scaping of the grounds at Beth
David and the underwriting of all
manager I cost and expenses for two Boy
$257,000 Goal for Red Cross
Dade County individuals and
firms will be asked to contribute
$257,000 in the Red Cross annual
fund drive which begins Mar. 1,
and John P. Evans, South Florida
manager for Southern Bell Tele-
phone Co., has been appointed gen-
eral chairman fox the fund raising
campaign. A number of Dade
County leaders will serve as divi-
sion chairmen for fund raising in
the several areas and among vari-
ous groups. Names of these lead-
ers will be announced shortly, Ev-
ans said.
CAMEO
Wash. Avc. at 15 th
Miami leach
Open 1:45
Greater Mumi'i
only Stage and
Screen Show
On Screen
Joan
Crawford
and
MELVYN
DOUGLAS
in
4 WOMAN'S
FACE"
TODAY
HERMAN
YABLOKOFF
AND STAR CAST FROM THE YIDDISH
THEATRE DIRECTION LEON SCHACHTER
YIDDISH AMERICAN
VAUDEVILLE
Scout Troops.
"The response to our Cadillac
project is indeed gratifying and
indicates an appreciation of the
sound program that the Beth David
Men's Club participates in," said
Members of the cast include Roz \ Max Jacobson, president.
Berrin, Estelle Lash, Dotty Roth, -____________________
Written by Mrs. Lillian Burak,
"Come Back Little Shikker" is di-
rected by Ed Moore.
Fran Immcrman, Naomi Levine.
Carol Caiden, Al Lewis, Charles
Temple, Ray Levine. Aaron Shapiro
and Joe Masters.
Members of the chorus are Elva
Bush, Edith Moore, Ida Uram, Dot-
ty Newman and Pauline Lewis.
"Come Back Little Shikker" is
set in New York's East Side tene-
ments, where its characters live
and the West Side garment center
where they work. The show com-
bines music, comedy and drama
in relating its story of an unsuc-
cessful artist who has turned to
drink rather than admit his failure.
Catchy tunes, novel lyrics, a
chorus of bathing suit models and
the human comedy, so typical of
the tenement district and the gar-
ment factory, will make for heart-
warming and enjoyable entertain-
ment.
Cantor Lutman in Concert
Agudath Israel Synagogue will
present Israeli Cantor Fishel Lut-
man in a Purim concert Sunday
evening, Mar. 6.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SO N.W. Slst Place
presents an original musical comedy
Come Back Little Shikker
(Mil a Yidisshe Tom)
Tickets Said Oat far Fab. 26th and 27th
SEATS STILL AVAILABLE FOR MARCH Sth and 6th
For Tickets or Information Call:
Mr. Bush at 4S.6401 Mrs. Coverman at 83-3049 Mr. Shamii at 4-54S9
FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN! CALL MR. BUSH FOR
SPECIAL ORGANIZATION PLAN
Curtain- 8:30 a.m. Donation $1.25
Lucia Di Lammermoor
Presented by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami
Last Two Performances of the Season
Thursday, February 24th, Miami Roach Auditorium
Saturday, February 26, Dade County Auditorium
SEATS STIU AVAILABLE
All Metropolitan Cast Starring
FERRUCCIO TAGLIAVINI
DOLORES WILSON and FRANK 0UARRERA
"tictlJt KASHOUTM a MNSt OMAUTtI
DER YIDD.SHER FORUM
MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, 8 p.m.
7 HI5 WtEK 0HU
THURSDAY, FERRUARY 24, P.M.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami loach
Speaker:
The Biblical Scholar, Author
mmd Lecturer
DR. I. UNTERMAN
Topic:
The Philosophy of the Ram Bam
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
Corner 40th Street I Prairie Avenue
RABBI DR. RALBAG
i Congregation Ohov Shalom, Now York City,
"ill deliver the sermon on Skabbos, Fab. 26*
ALL ARE INVITED
RABBI RALBAG
wu ordained at Yosbivo Rabbi Keek in Jerusalem
ml received hit PhD el the University af Chicago
No it a direct descendant af
RAM! ISRAEL RAM SHIM TOV
" is well-known author and orator
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LEO MINDLES____________.....NewT^oT
March 3 Means Mowrt SiMi ivbike
March 2 ~ecr.= "- -' ~~ --"-"
beinc hold bo -9:: ::: the H
Sine:' He ?** *"r
to he^c defray _-.= :.; = ; r. 5
a result oi iU mccrj re* and pialfnM
services to residents here.
The rr.-r.r.e: in :ceoea
to J-
community CD :
cance and -
grams. The goc.
S150.000, and once -
Miami
We have
columns abc
Sinai has made du
r. a dec
the
:.d of achievemer.- ben DC ided
Mo-. B constc:.
- 7enerai -
0 the hospital s ce
.ot fully afiorc il
50 in the cr.nual Jubilee is, in
sense, an honorone which marks Jev
-e to the doinq of good deeds
tmct of charity in its highest form.
Supporting Jubilee March 3 means dedicat-
-,'^rselves to the needs of our neighbor. But
it also means insuring the completest fulfill-
ment of our own possible medical needs at
some unforeseen t:me. For Mount Sinai Hospital
belonas to the communityto each and every
one of us.
During The Week ... \ i %
y LEO MINDLIN
* It
WHO'S NtXT
Sacred Liturgy and Music Month
The entire nation is now in the midst of mark-
ing Jewish Music Month, sponsored annually
by "he Jewish Welfare Board.
This festival seems to us to be a unique
occasion, since it pays tribute to Jewish artistic
expression in our modern world.
We have, for some time, been aware of an
!r.-;reasing musical literature composed by Jews
a phenomenon which indicates the consider-
ably enlarqed degree to which the Jews as a
people are participating in aesthetic endeavor.
The number of Jewish interpretive musicians
durina the past hundred years has been legion,
and those amona the artists of our ov/n day
easily make up a Blue Book in this field. Keifetz.
Rubinstein. Horowitz, Elman. Zimbalist, Gold-
berg. Solomon, the Lhevines, Peerce. Tucker,
Warren. Stern, Steinbera. Pressler. the late Wil-
KapeU, Rosethese are only spme of the
personalities who have added to the richness
of the world's musical experience.
In the field c: creativity the past few decades
have witnessed the emergence of an increasing
number of Jev mponen and it is to their
output that >: '' Month dedicates itself.
Few, indeed .overs of musical art who
have not heard the works of Bloch. Milhaud.
Ravel. Prokobeff. Mahler. Schoenbera, Berg
the latter two. innovators in aesthetic form
and many others.
To be hoped for is a Jewish Music Month
which will, at some future date, look into the
august past of Jewish traditional and liturgical
music and which will emphasize this aspect of
Jewish contribution to art. Sacred liturgy is
inextricably bound to the generations of Jewish
travail in exile, and out of that experience have
come modes of musical expression which can
surely add to the variety and meaning of the
world's many compositions in this art form.
The Cantors' Association here is takinq a
forward role in Miami's celebration of Jewish
Music Month. This seems to be an excellent
step in that direction.
Senior Citizens and Community Vitality
The role of the senior citizen in Dade County
is being marked this week. The Welfare Plan-
ning Council, inspiration for the celbration. is
ning Council, inspiration for the celebration, is
Develop better understanding of the
needs of our community's older residents
and appraise their assets and qualities in
terms ot possible achievement rather than
in terms of problems.
Examine the facilities available locally
for their needs.
Develop programs and additional facili-
ties for their continued progress.
We believe these to be noteworthy goals. An
entirely new science, geriatrics, has during the
past few decades revolutionized prevalent
methods of dealing with aged persons. Far
from looking upon them as liabilities to the
community, the nation is being made increas-
ingly aware that its senior citizens play a clear
and important role, both for themselves as well
as for the areas in which they residethat they
are fruitfully productive and can. with the prop-
er kind of inspiration, frequently assume posi-
tions of leadership to which they bring an ex-
perienced point of view.
In Miami, the Jewish community has devel-
oped a number of planned programs designed
to offer its senior citizens outlets for their indi-
vidual, needs. The Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, throuqh its Golden Age clubs,
offers residents cultural and social activities at
frequent intervals durinq the week and in three
different areas of the city.
At the Jewish Social Service Bureau, senior
citizens are advised on a wide range of per-
sonal and family problems. JSSB's vocational
department also offers older residents who may
need it prospects for lucrative employment
within the limits of their physical requirements
Through the National Council of Jewish
Women, former displaced persons, and new
Americans qenerally, may receive instruction
in citizenship and English language so that
they can inteqrate themselves into the com-
munity more rapidly and efficiently.
i Au XRkmq a ,eadinc'role 'he Jewish Home
cr the Aged, where senior citizens find a shel-
tered atmosphere which remains, nonetheless
an integral part of the area.
These programs, and others, ofier older per-
sons advantages in a number of areas of group
activity-each aim.na to accomplish :ts spe
afic purpose and all. in concert, attempting to
develop a well-rounded atmosphere in which
the^individual can express himself, can be prc>
ductive and can feel he is contributing to the
vitality of the community in which he lives
Mum* Jewry thus seems to be critically
aware of the needs of its aqina and agd 2
sons_ In accordance with the qoals set forth
by Senior Citizens Week. be.nq qiven an
vShTEmJ7 lr*r* 1,S P^ in9 deaUn^
Z m?i? "*** Qnd to e*a""ne the poss&ilit?
of malting improvements. FDiHiy
COL. NASSER apparently doesn't intend making the same
takes that plummeted his predecessor. Gen. Naguib. to the depths ^I
political impotence Recognizing that the Arab League is a fictJon
everything but name, he is determined to put first things first_hjmJ!l
above Egypt and Egypt above all. Col. Nasser is a shrewd fellow;
military title is proof of that. One can .see him easily; the patron"
hi- country, a benevolent soul who shuns the highest honors of general!
drip, a man for whom being a colonel is self-ambition enougl
In this regard. Nasser has long been aware that even tbeti c..rnn
hatred for Israel will soon become insufficient cause to keep the feudj
Arab lords together. History is now hi* teacher. Anti-Semitism--^
more specifically the Nazi brand of anti Setnitismis therefore inviw!
into the inner circle of his advisement If circumstance will n j' perm(,
him to play upon the spirit of nationalism of his peoplea satisfied
belly and clothes to cover nakedness have priority over militant nation.
alism even for the Egyptians-Nasser hopes to maintain hit p<,wJ
through the simple expedient of mass prejudice
There i- sufficient precedent for the success of thi> technique. G|
ntioni Of F.uropean experience, even unto the days of Hitler, haul
proven it as a more than fair possibility for guaranteeing a dictator',]
buiii European bigotry found its source in orthodox ( atholitiad
>pt is alien to that source, it has a worl
tuti tin traditional'' antagonism between Arabs and Jew- reaching
back to the days of the Bible Col Nasser thn UMlia himself by bad
imprisoning others and beating to death still ners-a||
in the name of "Zionist ipying." The physical method- Hitler'ul
the -. .il technique- are the Soviet'sfear for the "cosmopolltal
i mi-, actual!) the dictatorial need to repress kmksul 'li-ent

THIS SERIES .f eventl ha- rightfully aroused the wrath of insj
world opinion But it la interesting to note that a minor I s ir(.jgl
service official in Egypt, while also deploring the hangit -event I
weeks ago it was impossible for our government to do an> i .re thai I
it- disapproval and hope such inhuman dealing- a notfc]
repeated.
Doing more, the U.S. official indicated, could be con-tru- : as meg-l
1 dims with the internal affair- of another nation. Even so au. .- both I
.,- the UN prohibits this kind of action in the realm of intenutkaa
business. And of course the United States never meddles with the ia>I
ternal affairs of another country The recent communist U| .ing-i
i South America petered out by themselve-: Washington I notiusf |
'whatever to do with it.
The unilateral decision on the part of former President 'irumankl
[defend South Korea in June. 1950. was by no means an intrusion ak|
the home problems of another government Chiang Kai-shek stand's f
! nobly in Formosa simply because he is a mighty military force of vhal
Red China is mortally afraid When we advised Peiping to keepsl
j hand- oft Quemoy and happened to mention that U.S. jet- v jid sml
Bi U air umbrella for the evacuation of the Tachcns. what thick-minddl
per-on could possibly construe this to mean our count rv me i!c-rti|
the internal affairs of a foreign DO*.
The trouble with the minor American official's remark lay mill
intellectual dishonesty Unfortunately, it does not end with him l|
teUeetual dishonesty i- a hallmark of modern international affairs hi
cause we continue to mouth political philosophies generation; old anil
' find it necessary to act according to contemporary need. I- ..ti"ni-al
] a term applied two dei to a concept opposing the revolution
ry" principle of collective security, found its source in the .Mnrl
Doctrineonce a wise poUej for a fledgling republic but tuii [
national de-tiny were it followed today.
e
just as we gram tn reject American ImlslliinaMi. so ha etaUJ
and rightly, come to realize that the internal affairs of other r j
are our businesi arc. indeed, the obvious result of this rejediofj
in c.use they may vitally affect our way of life here at home But thj
lia- been an unfortunate cultural lag between practical realization**
action on the one hand and verbal acquiescence on the Othei
There was nothing else for Mr Truman to do in 1950 but adv*|
Congress that, regardless ,,f subsequent UN pronouncement- we im*
defend South Korea. The silent and efficient role we played in squelt* j
ing the recent communist uprisings in South American countries *j
tribute to our government and forces us to wonder why we cannot j
equally silently and efficiently in Europe and Asia.
It is therefore clearly necessary for us to modernize our
tional thinking, else we will continue to be looked upon by thai pan-
the world for which East and West are now fighting as in impenaW
expansionist" nation When Mao Tse Tung told our government t*H
our support of Chiang Kai-shek and Formosa represents an intru*j
into China'! internal affairs, he was flinging back at us the I
Cdntemporar) international confusion. For would we not ac"
-imilatlfj
were I foreign power suddenly to manifest military interest in la] t-aU
or Puerto Rico or the British West Indies^
The fact of the matter is that Formosa remains the la-i battlefl
"I the Chinese Civil War. To Mao, Chou en Lai and other Red Ch*
leaders, this island is a symbql of their incomplete mainland vicOT
If our government has decided to defend Formosa in order t> fru.-traw
thetf complete triumph, it ill behoves the President, as he did in *
reeenl d4reaatn Congress, to advance the fiction of Chians K"1*
and Chinese democracy.
We must |k upon it for what it is Intil we have decided to*|
cord Red China recognition, as I believe is inevitable I al I*'111'' I
that Chiangs defection to Mao Tse Tung, otherwise, is equall) inev"'' I
-we must call a spade a spade. Pronouncements about the inviolabiiuj
Of the internal affairs of foreign governments is by now downnf
sickening Whether in Egypt or in China, international honesty
wholly to be desired.


LmAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1955
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\Cooncil of Jewish Women To
faction of Section officers for |
11955-1956 *' ,ake plaCe When the
Lliami Beach and M'am' 0ivisions
|0[ the National Council of Jewish
lu-omcn ",eet joinUy Wednesday
Lerno-n. March 2. at Koubec Cen-
ller Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Section
lprc-.i<1.it. will preside. ___
Elect Officers, See Play
Mrs. David Catsman, chairman,
will introduce Mrs. Sylvia Furlong,
head of the Drama Department at
Miami High School, who will pre-
sent a group of students in "What
Hides the Iron Curtain." Anthony
Ricciardi is student director.
Newsman to Reside in Miami
Herman Leder, former Washing-
ton, D. C. news correspondent, is
now a Miami resident. Leder has
been a representative of the As-
sociated Press and was Washington
correspondent of the Central Euro-
pean International News Service
in Vienna. Leder is scheduled to
leave for Israel March 6.
; Retarded Children Thrift Shop
Continues Operation
Thrift Shop of the Society for
; Retarded Children continues its
I operation at 209 South Miami ave.,
according to an announcement by
Frank Kahn, president.
In charge of the shop is Mrs
| Lilyan Lasky, of 3026 Coconut
Grove ave., Coral Gables. Mrs. Las-
key, who is also secretary of the
organization, said that donations of
| clothing and household articles
I may be made directly at the Thrift
j Shop.
Proceeds are for the education
and treatment of retarded children
tin the Miami area, she said.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY^.
Sheilas Troth Told By Kargew; Morris Waldman Her Fiance
Mils Heiea felt
Feldman, Bloom
Pick December
Mia Helen Feldman has cho-en
December for her marriage to Stan
(Sonn)
The bride-elect 1- the daughter
: Mr Lswrence Feldman.
SW 18'h tX She graduated
Miami Senior High School
ar.d i- 0Ot> I mu-:c -tudent at the
University of Miami.
Miss Feldman is president of the
| Adult League of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter
Mr Ei' I Mr. and Mrs.
Philip M Bloom. 1400 SW 15th
" i- also a Miami High graduate.
He attended the CM and -ened in
the Air Force He i- now -uper-
ft'illmark Sen-ice System
aw. *r* at. *>-!
The engagement of their daugh-
- Sheila, to Morns Waldman is
1 'announced by Mr and Mrs. Eman-
uel Karger. 2962 SW 2nd at, Mi-
" ami
Mr Waldman i- the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Waldman. 2302
Frame ave.. Miami Beach
Karger U a graduate of Mi-
. ;ami Senior High SchooJ. where -he
I member of Omega Delta PsL
Mr Waldman graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and attended the University of Mi-
ami He is associated with his fath
er in the operation of the Wald-
raan hotel chain, which include-
the Waldman hotel on Miami
Beach formerly the Lord Tarleton.
the Victor hotel, also on Miami
Beach and the Murida hotel. Long
band, N V
Karger. the bride-elect s
mother 1- active in the national
Man's Organization of
nca
Dorothv Balber Becomes Mrs. Jerome
Brain-"in Double Ring Kites at Beth El
r>. e a gown of lace and nylon tuile The
French lace bodice and deeply
Doro
M Br. 6 '' ......... --------
B^th | R,bbi pointed peplum were over the gos-
Shmaryahu S rd
samer nylon tulle and fell into a J
ballerina gown Featured were a
sweetheart neckline and long tap-
ered sleeves Her bouquet was of a
felt muff consisting of orchid v
The bridal veil was of lace and
nylon tulle, with little pearls
Maid of honor for j around the crown She wore white
The bride i.- the : I Mr.
and Mn. Joseph J 2934
SW 25th ter The groom parents
are Mr and Mn A' r.-. Brams.
1441 SW 14th ave
The bnde was given in marriage ;
by her father
Brahms, Beethoven Scheduled
Tne University of Miami School
r,.-e-ent Eugene Du-
ind Jeffrey Stoll. pi-
program
and piano or. Monday eve-
- Feb. 28. in Beaumont Hall.
sonatas by Johannes Brahm.-.
first in <1 major. Opus 78. and
the third in D minor. Opus 108
ar.d the ninth Beethoven sonata
47 kr.. un a* the Krcutzer."
e been chosen for performance
the double ring ceremony wa-
Phyllis Ro-kin. attired in a two-
piece kelly green dre-- of peau
ie. Flower girl was Ilene L.
Corenblum. in a pink embo.-.-ed ny-
lon dre;.s with peter pan collar.
Barbara Greene took care
of the guest book Best man for
hi- friend was Irwin Stolow l'-h
eluded Sanford Baiber and
Sanford Susman. the brides broth-
er and groom- friend, respectively.
For her wedding, the bride cho-e
Sandra Sutta Born
Mr and Mr-. Bernard Sutta an-
r.jnce the birth of their daugh-
ter. Sandra Elaine. Feb. 16 at Mer-
tj Hospital. The new arrival joins
her six-year-old brother, Elliott
Grandparent- are Mr and Mrs.
William Friedman, of Miami.
J-idge Milton A Friedman i- the
children".- uncle
Roosevelt Jewels to Meet
Roosevelt Jewel-. Council 1.
Pyihian Sun-hine Girl-, will hold
a card and games party on Monday
evening. Feb. 28 at the Home Milk
c
Jodie Diamond Plans
Rites for April 2nd
Mr and Mn Benjamin Diamond.
4100 Pine Tree dr.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Jodie, to Sy Kaplan, son of Mr. and
Mr- Morris Kaplan. 8011 Cecil st..
Biscayne Point.
The bride-elect i< a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, attend-
ed the Cnivenity of Wisconsin and
received her degree in education at
the University of Miami.
She ii currently teaching at Cen-
tral Beach Elementary School.
Mr. Kaplan attended Hofstra Col-
lege in Long bland. X.Y.. and is
associated with Hal Winter Co.. of
Miami Beach
The couple are planning on an
April 2 wedding to be held in Mi-
ami Beach
lace shoes.
Formerly of Pittsburgh. Pa., the
bride is a graduate of Miami Senior
High School and was a member of
Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young
Women, for three years.
The groom is originally from
Monticellow. NY. He is a graduate
Of Monticello High School, sened
three and a half years in the Unit-
ed States Marine Corps and saw
service in Korea. He i- presently
in the wholesale liquor busint
A reception followed the cere-
mony at Beth El. Among out-of-
town guests were Mr and Mrs. Al-
ex Harris. Pittsburgh: Mrs. B. Bel
kin. Mrs. F Lipsit. Mr. and Mrs.
S. Chinchuck and famiiv and Mrs.
A. Hall, all of New York; and Mrs.
S. Penner. Pittsburgh.
The couple honeymooned in Nas-
sau and are now at home at 1630
SW 4th st
Mist Sfci/ Kfwfr
v stair '-I
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Robert, son of Mr and Mr.-. Saul
Bernstein. 1260 SW 19 ter.. will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
Feb. 26. at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Robert
attends Shenandoah Junior High
School and is in the school chorus.
He is the president of the junior
congregation at Miami Hebrew-
School. The Bar Mitzvah will con-
duct the entire services and ad-
dress the congregation. Rabbi Si-
mon April will officiate.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mn. Murray Kaufman, of 3501
69th st., is recuperating at home
after surgery at Mount Sinai Hos- .
pital
"to "6 &
Mrs. Abraham Wouk. mother of |
"Caine Mutiny" author Herman i
Wouk. was co-hostess at a recent j
Yeshiva University Women's Or->
ganization benefit affair at Wald-
man- hotel. Mrs Wouk is presi-
dent of the groups Manhattan di-
vi-ion. vice president of the New
York chapter of Mizrachi and j
chairman of the charter members '
for the Albert Ein-tein College of
Medicine Also acting a- hottest
'- David L V promj.
nent Brooklyn. N Y Jewish leader. !
Well known Cantor Sholom Katz '
made a recent concert appearance
at Waldman- hotel during hi- -t.,v I
in Miami Beach Vacationing now '
at Waldman, are Rabbi and Mr-
Jacob ohen of Ohev Sholom Syna-
gogue in Spring Valley, N Y Rab-
bi Cohen al-o i- chaplain at Rock-
land State Hospital
it
Rabbi and Mrs A Jacobson are
extending their vacation with a
i'T i**?. f rest at the Sterling
hotel before returning to their
home in the Bronx The Rabbi and
his wife have just returned from a
,tour of Lsrael.
lUrgtell
Stuart Spttl*
Stuart Spector Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Stuart Spector will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday i:iomin|
senices of Beth David C'>ngree>''
tion. Feb. 26.
He is the son of the Louts Spec-.]
tors, 125 SW 22nd rd.. Miami.
A seventh grade student at She*
andoah Junior High SchooJ. Stum |
is a member of the Boy Scouts aai
the Phillis Kapp cotillion He hat
been a student in Beth Pivid re-
ligious school for four years;
Stuart will mark his Bar MiUvii
during the week of the goldei
wedding anniversary' of h's &nB^
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spec-
tor, Miami pioneers. Hi- maternal-|
grandmother is Mrs. Annie Rice.
also of Miami.
A reception will follow the cere-
mony at home. Out-of-town guestt-
will include Mr. and Mrs H. PnM
kup, of Revere, Mass StuartV]
grand uncle and aunt
UM Chorus in Periormonce
Concert Chorus" of the University
of Miami School of Music. Wilfred
Smith. director. will present
Charles Gounod's "St. Cecilia
Matt" in Beaumont Hall on Wed- at ,he Monte Cario ho,el
eaday evening. March 2. JoanlIrvin Lehrman
Cornberg will be accompanist. 'speaker.
Rabbi Lehrman Will Speak
Next meeting of the Chicaf*-J
Club of Greater Miami will k j
held on Sunday evening. Feb.il1'
will l>e ?ues> ]
Tots About Town

Ardm' Michael Paul Hoffman son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoff-
man. 4421 Royal Palm ave.. 10 1)0 Bar Mitzvah
will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur- < Gary Lieberman. ton'of Mr and
Sholom. Rabbi.Leon Kronish Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-FI
will officiate. Michael, a stu- ^Saturday, Feb. 26 Rabbi Irving
dent at Beth Sholom religious ^'Jf'1 *H officiate. Gary is an
school, is in the eighth grade V* ?** student at Nautilus
and also in the band of Nau- IS, H'fh, ^i100' and "> the
ulus lunioT High School. | EELS? TemP'e nlig'
OW THE BALL... urge, WHATS THE STORY '.a*.
Kenneth Tate laughingly. He Frederic Ira Weitx. **'%
th. tt of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Wei* *
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Larked by reaching its midway
Irk already with 73 sponsors, the
Wsorv' committee of the Sister-
knd of Temple Emanu-El spent
"is week completing its final spon-
fcr,' listing- _
[j|r Samuel Fnedland, commit-
L chairman, is assisted by co-
hairmen Mrs. Max Bauer ;nd Mrs.
j perlmutter. Their committee
Members are the Mesdames Joseph
I Berman, Joseph M. Lipton, Da-
Id Levinson, Raymond Rubin, Al-
K Sussman, Milton Smith. Charles
bsengarten, Harry Kortezky, B. I.
Hinder. George J. Talianoff, Simon
[ Rubin. Samuel Lipton, George
tildberg. Joseph M. Rose, Jules
l (h.-.nning and Nathan Serota.
JThe Sisterhood is staging a large-
tale Purim play and ball the night
March 5 in the grand ballroom
the Fontainebleau h6tel. The
,ay. a musicale. will dedicate its
loceeds to the Temple's religious
Ihool for children, as its annual
[ml raising event. Director is
Irs. Irving LChrman. Sisterhood
fesidcnt is Mrs. Irving Cypen.
twish Sisterhood Council
fill Hear Mrs. Awnor
Council of Jewish Sisterhoods
111 hear a message from Mrs. Ja-
Lh Awner, first vice president of
| National Women's Branch of
o Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
egatmns of America at a meet-
: Monday afternoon at Knes-
. .grael Congregation.
[Mr- Jonah E Caplan is program
I an, Mrs Simon April is
|, ni of the Council. Mrs.
\ hill will deliver the invo-
llior.
Three short skits will be pre-
|ntt'.-l entitled. "What's Wrong
li'h This Pitcure?" Participating
111 be Rose Aaronoff, Ramona
| Edith Seif. Charlotte Sel-
Rer, Ann Za-cla and Ida Zisquit.
[. Ralbag to Preach
)r .!. Howard Kaioag will deliv-
the sermon during Saturday
taring services of Beth Israel
Ingregation. Dr. Ralbag was or-
kint-if Rabbi as the youngest mem-
fr (f his class at the Central
kfvenal Theological Seminary in
krutalem in 1935. He occupies the
pipit (tf Congregation Ohav Shol-
in New York City.
Neil Rollnick Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Neil Steven Rollnick, sorl of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rollnick. 1173 Mar-
seille dr., Miami Beach, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah daring Saturday
morning services Feb. 26. at Tifer-
eth Israel Northside Center.
Rabbi Abraham Hers6n. spiritual
leader, and Neil Steven's teacher,
will officiate, with Cantor Albert
Glantz rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
Neil Steven is a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior High
School and Ls~ a member of the
graduating class of the religious
school of Tifereth Israel.
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Weiss to be Feted
At Surprise Party
Jacob Weiss will be honored by
his wife, Ann, at a surprise party
for him in honor of his birthday on
Saturday evening. Feb. 26, at their
home. 2530 SW 25th ave.
The buffet dinner will be the
site for a gathering of relatives and
friends, both from Miami and out-
of-town. Some 35 guests have been
invited.
From Mjami are their children,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Cook, Mr. and
Mrs. L. J. Goldman, Mr. pnd Mrs.
M. Marco and Mr. and Mrs. S.
Wagner.
Relatives and friends of Miami
are Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Goldman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Fleeman, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Beigel, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Gladstone. Mr. and Mrs. I.. Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sandier and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Shkoler.
From Rochester, NY., are Mr.
and Mrs. J. Rappaport, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Bar-
on and Mrs. Ray Michaels.
From Boston is Miss Rosalie
Goldman. Mr. and Mrs, H. Weiss
are here from Detroit and Mr. Mor-
ris Weiss, brother of Jacob Weiss,
is here from Poughkeepsie
Final Plans tar Tag Day
Announced on Miami Beach
Final plans for Miami Beach
Multiple Sclerosis Tag Day. Feb.
28, were announced Wednesday by
Mrs. Merel Dunne, Beach chair-
man.
Captains appointed were Mrs.
Lillian Miller. Mrs. Leo Rubin. Mrs.
Florence Contos, Mrs. Frieda
Friedman, Sandford Dernis and
Bert Tumpson.
They will be assisted by the fol-
lowing corporals: Mrs. Betty
Bruckner, Irving Resnick. Betty
Babbit, Mrs. Sara Dublin, Mrs. Ida
C. Goldmann, Mrs. M. Zocks. Mrs.
Bessie Lefkowitz. Mrs. Jean Swartz,
Mrs. Ben London, Mrs. B. Fuchs-
man. Mrs. Rae Bobomen, Mrs. Rose
Altman, Mrs. Max Homer, Mrs. Ed-
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[North Shore B'nai B'rith Women
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+Jewish fhrkttar
.'.
Music Festival Features Choirs
!e to America i- the theme
ed f- Jewi&h Husk Festival which
tak" place
eve-
g March -
m Beach
b School, it
- announced
b> Mrs Ben Zion
burs, chair-
This concert.
pre-
ocal. choral,
nd
crr rw

Center, with the cooperation of the
Cant ation and the Bur
eau of Jewish Education Cantor
Samuel Kelemer. president of the
- mtv-
Hi-
Temple Beth Sholom S "
hood -li present in orig-
- of Liberty
directed b> Sidney
ed b\
--
-
***ri
burg at the piano and Victor Stern,
who is fir-t vfolist ol the I'niver-
Mty of Miami Symphony Orches-
tra' S- recently w.i- award-
ed a local citation as compo
the jrear
The liturgical section of the pro-
gram will include etocttora of
both a traditional and modern
Then rill be perform-
ance- b] I hrard Ncin and
the North Shore Jewish ("enter
directed by Kli Samuel
Cantor and the
Viddiah foift music
Itted <>n the part of
the progi
ted .. Mr-
ill dances
bj the C.V n '
Temple Israel choir will appear on Jewish Music Festival pro-
Front row 'left to right) are Frances Tarboux, accompa-
nist, and Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Rear (left to right! are R.
ion Dutton. Flora Previn, Carolyn Pearce and Leon Shift.
F:=gler-Granada chorus rehearse? for the GMJCC Jewish Mu-
sic Festivcl Wednesday night at Miami Beach High School
cditorium. At the piano is Mrs. Paul Draizar, director. Mem-
bers of the chorus are 'left to right/ the Mesdames Nat Weiss,
Ray Benin, Raymond Levine. Joseph Uram, Joseph Kauifman.
Daniel Lapin. Not shown in picture is Mrs. Edward Moore.

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have been invited for the
consecutive year to apppJ '
lie concert with Paul u X^T
rector of the Cities Serv ce ^
of America, as KUest J,""1*
The program will,h, JveTSg*
County Auditorium m.* *
ning. Mar. 7. withselo,,,,,,,/^
band and the choru- t h,. ,.'la
over the WIOD-NBt network e
.'oiki Katz Named Presid
K.iar.a Katz has
"em
Miss r/orence Kenen
Polk Dance (in.up wfcON leader is
Morn- UrovalD
bet'n elected^
president of a teen age :,ro '
Congrecitian Beth Jacob. Oth-
officers named}- include Minerw
V*. vice president; Victor
t treasurer: and Esther Blej
ary. Th- group n fetj t3
day I under tl
i>f Rabbi Akiva Chill.
North Shore Jewish Center Choir is conducted by Eli Samuels (rear row, center). Shown are
the Mesdames Dorothy Sponder. Florence Wasserman, Betty Mendelson, Gladys Alpert and
Miss Sylvia Blumenfeld. Rear row are Mrs. Clara Felicoff. Miss Pearl Wallace. Paul Press,
Samuels, Irving Shalom, Mrs. Beverly Schwartz and Miss Flora Jacobson.
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood chorus is led by Cantor Samuel Kelemer (front row. center
nth Hy Fried (rear row, center) as accompanist. Members cf the chorus are the Mesdames
Alexander Kcgan, Harry Gordon, Michael Mersel. Nathan Beckman. John Adler. Morns Aipart.
Camille Baum. Hersch Berman, Jonas Brotman. Nathan Bushman, Jean Dunkelman, Mever
Epstein Jacob Fishman, Samuel Frankel. Beatrice Frieder, David Green, OscarGreen. Stan-
ley Heller, Victor Hollander, David Joseph, Irving Kaplan. Samuel Kelemer, Maurice Kovnat.
Marcus William Masur. Donald Murray. Sylvia Pass. Sol Pine, Doris Rakoff, Sadie Robin-
son. M. h. Rosenhouse, Jack Rosentha!, Ruth Rothman. Esther Rubin. Hyman Silver, Sally
Vernick. Dorothy Watten and William Yanowitz.
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+Jewish norkiton
ICCJ Brotherhood
(inner Honors Six
six Dadc Countians. three of
lhfm c.vic leaders and Ihree of
hum teen .gen. received regional
Lard', for their outstanding con-
Letters To The Editor
PAGE 9 A
ributioiis
to brotherhood, while
, Blank was honored with a na-
lo'n'al award on behalf of the same
Sam Blank
i,u-c al the annual Brotherhood
linner of the National Conference
Christiana and Jews Tuesday in
nc Fontainebleau hotel.
Brotherhood awards, in tribute
nr their contributions to greater
plerance and better understand-
kg, went to Stanley C Myers, at-
prney, five times president of the
onference oi Jewish Federations
kid Will,ire Funds and three times
resident, including his current
prni. of the Greater Miami Jewish
(dilation; Faris N. ("owart, an ac-
buntant and Miami's "Man of the
oar.' chosen in 1953 by the
blights of Columbus; and Cecil P.
land, Elks and Kiwanis Club
lember who has devoted many
barb to the causes of NCCJ.
[Principal speaker was Florida
lator George Smathers, who told
' persons at the dinner that "we
living in dangerous times,"
tuning the nation to mak'.- certain
captures the hearts and minds of
J world confronted by agijrcsMYe
talitarianism.
[The three young persons honor-
were Ronald Adler, Albertha
bhnvon and Bill Renuart.
roceeds for Sunday School
IBazaar and carnival will be spo'n-
Ired by the Ladies' Auxiliary of
bngregation Monticello Park on
Vurda) evening, Feb. 26. and con-
futing mi Sunday throughout the
fcy. Proceeds of the bazaar will
used toward the building of a
laj school,
Edito;, The Jewish Floridian:
As one who is charged with th?
responsibility of providing educa-
tional guidance to our young Jew-
ish boys and girls in our commu-
nity, I would like to "spotlight"
with more attention the very ex-
cellent and most pertinent article
of Mr. Leo Mindlin in the Feb. 18
issue of The Jewish Floridian.
Th general problem for us Jews
|of religious instruction in our pub-
lic schools (a accentuated evtr;
'year at the Christmas and East.'r
seasons. Our boys and girls, partic-
ularly those nttendin;; Hebrew re-
ligious schools, are personally con-
fronted with problems that they
should not be called upon to solve
| at their tender age. The parents
, usually follow the path of least re
sistance because it is the most
i comfortable in providing guid
ance. Either they are too busy for
an answer, or else they provide
convenient rationalizations for ac-
quiescence with the system that
permits or rather imposes this vio-
lation of the basic American policy
of the separation of Church and
State.
And what are some of our so-
called (and oft-times self-sty led)
religious leaders doing? Are they
standing up and presenting then
views and demands with the same
Vigor and spirit that James Noel
di I when he demanded a return of
religious instruction (that is the
religious instruction of the major-
ity) in our public schools? Are the)
attempting to ease the pressure
^hat causes our Jewish children to
be ostracized if they do not con-
form in participating in religious
celebrations and songs that glorify
| another religion, in violation of
| their own religious precepts and
principles?
Oh no, these, estimable gentle-
men of the cloth sit in the solitary
splendor of their Olympian Reli-
gious Heights and very carefully
refrain from any activity that
would mar the serenity of their
personal existence. #"or you see,
they are far more interested in
perpetuating their own important
stature in their particular narrow
province than in being what a true
religious leader in Israel should be
a "Morch Derech"a guide to a
! way of life, even if that way lies
to controversy and struggle. It cer-
tainly is much more pleasant for
the individual to keep quiet, as
Dr. Finkelstein partially did, and
i then later to shrug his shoulders
"without concern" than to let his
! voice"the voice of Jacob"be
heard.
The great pity of it all is that
' due to such defection on the part
'of those of us who are highly re-
garded in the Gentile world, as is
1 Dr. Finkelstein, erroneous reports
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ther trouble to us as Jews in the
community.
But perhaps it is wrong for me
to disturb those, who like I)r Fink-
elstein. remain in their own "Para-
dise" to dream pleasantly and not
only fail us when we need them,
but by their silence actually pro-
vide ammunition for those who are
seeking to engulf us, even if it
means a violation of the sprit of
the Constitution of this land.
Know ye good people therefore,
from whence our "Uuros" steins
Of course, there are nu.ny reasons,
but one of the most important (if
not the most important) is the
prevalence of "false" leaders
amons us that exemplify the atti
tude of Dr. Finkelstein, which was
so graphically described by our
discerning Mr. Mindlin. and the
deplorable lack of strong, torceful.
self-sacrificing prophet-like lead-
ers who .would be willing to assume
Hicibunle',ta'^wcll as the fame,
of being a true leader in Israel.
As for Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
perhaps it might be wise for him
to change his first name. "Louis"
usually is associated with "Laib."
which means "lion." Certainly, the
response of our Dr. Louis was
somewhat less than that of a lion
and more like that of a rabbit.
when he met with Dr. Nance Of
Tampa.
GEORGE GOLDBERG
2900 SW 16th st
EDITOR'S NOTE: The central
i......i "i Mi Miiiiiiin'H column l.ii
- in.ii Hi Hpirltual H
'......in.ii .....i.. |,j i he
Jewlali Theological Hemliutrs lia-i
"' '.," "......lj r|MM led in Hi,-
daily nresa -.f Miami Di iitiI<.-i-
-! IS 11I ii. i hliii-.n itdvoi Hi ri-li-
ti-.ii- in-ii ji i Ion In the r7ui li<-
What Mr. M mill
ci Itlclsed Krai 11 Kial rlnlrln lm-
mi Slate failure to argue age !ni thin
liropoHal bi l >r Bllwood Nam i
it,-iii. hi ,,r the t'nlvemtl) <.f Tam-
i'.i. and Jainea Noel, former iMde
ii .in \ Rchool I loanl meroltei R i
thoun fi he i ilium..hi.-il on it
quently dui Ina the nemln n i
Adenauer Plans Improvement
Continued from Paga 1 A
[ quick and effective improvements.
, new efforts are now being made.
'A working committee has been
formed, consisting of the responsi-
ble federal agencies, the highest
compensation authorities of the
Lacndcr and the Parties of the
Bundestag, which is preparing as
speedily as possible an amendment
i o ihe Federal Indemnification
Law."
lh" Chancellor stressed the fact
that "it is assured that the amend-
ments can then be enacted in the
shortest possible time, Certainly
before the summer recess of the
Bundestag and. Bundesrat." He al
so assured Dr. Goldmann that the
most earnest attention will be giv-
en to the specific recommenda-
tions of the Claims Conference
which are being conveyed in c W
tinued consultations between (
ference representatives and otti
cials of the Federal Government.
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SISygjggY*.
Pioneer Institutions for Aged Slate
Regular Meetings for Plan Exchange
Eg pk.nr.me for their panicipa- phiianthropM Ra>rn.>ri H Harr.
r. Sen .or Citizens Week 'pon- mar. director: and K Land-
sored by the Senior C::.i:r- Pivi- srom. 83-yearo!d re-ident
f the Welfare Planning Coun- -he Pade
cil. officer*, administrators and County H>me f>>r :he A. I Boa-
aged of four nonprofit f R ibert
in-titutions and the Dade Const] r. Dade
for the Aged met t SOow; Mrs
for the first time in their history \;ip\n^ N.von. superintendent:
!i-t week in the new Abiin Me- an(j Rober I .^year-old re-i
monal building of the Jewi*h 4
Home for the Aged. Present for the k e for
Repre.-enting Bay Oak? Home the Aged. 151 NE S2i *
lor the Aged. 435 NT 34th st were ADe Kurrnan. president Maurice
Mr- T V. Moore, trea-urer. Mr- }v;-r -tein. executive director: and
Hazel Carter, director: and Mrs Mrs Ann, ..r-old
Mary Marquette. 8->ear-oid rea- resident. Older W >mer. > c\>opera-
dent. Attending for Covenant tjve League. 243 NE 2:
Palms Home for the Aged. 8401 Mrs Ada Strong president
.VW 27:h ave.. were Edward And- Florence Harr.- iirec-
treasurer and noted Miami tor. and Dr I r.c.;n Gn
surer and 73 year-old resident.
(llder W mn e n Cooperative
League held Open House on Tue-
dav Bav Oak-wa-open on Thiir--
bo scheduled
l Count)! Homo "ii Friday,
' Feb 25 between 2 and 4: Covenant
I Palm- Sal intoj Feb 2*. ''
tueen 2 and 4: and Jcwi-h Home
I I). 2..
between 2 and 4.
\- -t -ult of the leadership and
guidance of Dr Walter O. Walker.
chairman, and Miss Barbara Jack,
sccretarv of the Senior Citizen- Di
I and Harold Thurman. chair
1 man. Senior Citizens Week, all of
the institutions are planning to
egular meetings in the future
\change of experiences re-
garding building plans, programs.
First Sunday BreokW*
First in a seru- ,,( 11I,.,^BJ
ingbreakf^Ufor^^V
the Bar Mitzvah and Coi,
classes will be held .
mstalle.l the following officers: J mming. Feb 27 in it, "*
Z Stadlan. president; J Free. Mrs. ^jh David s \: e ChW
Histadruth fairs f1
Htotadruth Ivnth of Greater Mi-
ami held a meeting Sunday, when
I poet J J Sehwartz lectured on
( hami N. Biaiik. Or. J. Hurwitz
- synagogue a
{ llis and M A Rabmowitz. vice (ef>. headed by Mrs. F.dw
preaktenti; S Vogelbaum. treasur- j wili Sierve
Mn B. Stadlan and A. Licb-
man. secretaries. M***, Scholar^.
Florida
American
Jewish
Discusses Rambam
Dr Vuldisher Torum heard Isaac j awarded 10 scholarships.,,
" _-------_ aa 'I" li lir.fl'lll 1-11 '.111 I rl ft it 1. li .. ( \ I 1___ .
Mvfaba,
ngre
I'nterman Thursday evening
0*1
at versity of Miami Human Rei
Kneseih hrael Congregation in a j Department. Dr D.an
talk on the Rambam
George
i. -sv,-ge
ley. chairman, revealed th (
medical, nursing and dietary prob-
lems ar.d purchasing These insti
of the aged in Dade County
"Tfce Html Hucalional Environment"
21 Yeors with the taiiM director Ma I. It
To Mqrk Youth Aliyah
roup of Hades-1
irk ^ :'.h Ahy..h Month ;
-ch with a teriet of "12 by
according to an an-
nouncement this week by Mrs Jo-
septa Shapiro.
Officers of non-profit aged institutions and Dade County Home
for the Aged meet at Ablin Memorial bldg. of Jewish Home for
the Aged to plan for institutional participation in Senior Citi-
zens Week sponsored by Senior Citizens Division of Welfare
Planning Council. Left to right are Dr. Undine Griffin, treasurer.
and Mrs. Ado Strong, president. Older Women's Cooperative
League: Mrs. T. V. Moore, treasurer. Bay Oaks Home for the
Aged; Abe Kurrr.r..-. president. Jewish Home for the Aged; and
Edward Anderson, treasurer. Covenant Palms Home lor the
Aged. Missing is Robert Nicholson, administrator, Dade Coun-
ty Hospital and Home.
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perpetuate Middle East Peace by
Aiding Israel, Roosevelt Demands
p|l best way V perpetuate and j dress, the Congressman warned
u-antee lasting peace in.the Mid- that the United States should not
; gad is to help the torward help keep in power such overn-
,,,.,- of the State of Israel, said ments "which are directly opposed
Kfornia Congressman Jam Ml to our democratic and humanitar-
[osevelt, addressing a group of
Uers and accountants Sunday al
hmi Beach
j man
Roosevelt was
lan principles '
Roosevelt declared be aspect* to
discuss the State Department reply
on the floor of Congress. He drew
V?% <*i ar bKncca p;,rallH hetween 3tor colonial
" W &&?& democratic Israel, pointing out
that the American colonies could
, i(i ill
\ppeal at the home of Mr.
Jack Daner, 303 East San
[replying to his inquiry of Secre-
State Dulles regarding
Hed States' policy of shipping
i to the Arab nations, the State
bailment said that "the United
ates must give arms to Arab
kptries to maintain order within
eir own boundaries."
he official reply also listed as
inns for the U.S. policy the ne-
Fsity of arming Arabs to defend
twelves against possible Rus-
fcji aggression.
a dynamic and forceful ad-
Ixford School
[elis Plans for
ummer Camp
aggression. Rouse
veil stated. Calling Israel "a little
island of democracy." he declared
this seven year old nation must
survive since its survival is a
symbol of freedom and will affect
the progress of .democratic ideas
everywhere."
He commended the life saving re-
lief and rehabilitation programs of
the United Jewish Appeal, stating
ere was no record in history of j Sapero Unveiling
Attorneys and Accountants Division of the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal meet at the home
of Mr. and Mrs*. Jack Daner to hear Rep. James Roosevelt (D.-Cal.) seated center. Left to
right are Stanley C. Myers, Louis Heiman, Harry Zukernick, Leon Epstein and Dr. Donald
Larson, chairman of trn Department of Government at the University of Miami.
such an outpouring of aid to hu
manity over a 16-year period.
Chairmen Harry Zukernick and
Leen A. Epstein, of the Lawyers
group, and Joseph Post, of the Ac-
countants, reported that contribu
tions to the local fund drive in
their respective divisions have ex-
ceeded last year's contributions.
Talks were heard by campaign
chairman Sam J. Heiman and Stan-
ley C. Myers, president of the
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Sophie Sapero. formerly of 4275
Infant Katz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Anita
Helen Katz, formerly of 1701 SW
(wco Kosher for Passover
llish, Cleaner Revealed
new Kosher all-purpose polish
-"Hut cleaner actually leaving
Protective coating that prevents
farnivhinc for months was an-
unced by Carl Lamm, president
; the Lamco Chemical Company,
Boston.
The new polish for Passover,
aii is the only silver polish that
e> a protective coating, has
m approved by the Union of
WMox Jewish Congregations of
"wica for use in all Kosher
Ms,
lAccording to Lamm, "independ-
P< laboratory tests have proved
I superiority of new Lamco All-
Ffwe 1'olish and Silver Cleaner
a" "'her silver polishes on
F market. The polish, which is
hni ', "on rustic, non-toxic,
^Powdering and easy to apply
Perfect for silver, aluminum
pxelam. chrome or glass.
C"", Lamm said- "in ,he
Sth Uf Kosner homemakers as
"mcQS^PS* ,hey are u"in8
"ta proudly displays the Kosher
h every bottle. Lamco All-
Land Protective Sli-
er will soon be available
er stores in this area."
Vhraham M. Cassel, director of
|ford School. 1204-1254 West avc.,
peach, announced this week
It the school will conduct a sum- Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
camp for.boys and girls from Hescribins the local and national
ji to Sept. 1. [health and welfare institutions re-
rne .amp will be directed and cc'ving funds from the annual
pcrvised by the same staff as the i fund drlve-
jiool^AlaA. Nat Pollack, headmas- Heiman announced that approxi-
Oxford, will act as camp I mately $450,000 more is needed to
iv and will guide counsellors achieve the 1955 campaign goal.
f the camp's daily activities, j The drive is scheduled to termin-
lrector Cassel stated that Ox- ate on March 37th with in all day-
Camp "will have the most door-to-door solicitation through
tut camping program ever ] out Miami and Mia'mLBcach.
|litiited in the local, area." AUJ""3------------\-----:----------~\-----------
.ixlonl School facilities, includ-' *
its.regulation new swimming
athletic field, fishing docks,
ketbalt courts, outdoor theatre
movies and all the school's
|que attractions, he said, will be
by the summer campers.
>xford's camp will accept boys
girls as either day campers
|rcsidcnt campers. "Oxford will
have the only summer camp
[Miami Beach accepting campers
a sleep-in basis," the director
licated. Children attending as
campers will be picked up by
ford's bus in the morning and
spend a full day of recreation
the threeacre campus. The
Open will have lunch and snacks
nil', Ihe day. Campers living in
sleep m the new and beautiful
ool bedrooms which will be air
Mitinned. and they will be super-
"d throughout the day by coun-
lors and housemothers.
Enrollment for both resident and
summer camp is now being ac-
pted.
Nautilus dr.. will take place Sun-[23rd ave., will tak* place Sunday,
day. Feb. 27, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Feb. 27, 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi Joseph Nar- \ Cecmete.r>' "*2 Ral*bi Mrris SkoP
... officiating. The infant is survived
""'gating. Mrs. Sapero is sur- by ncr twjn br()ther, Arnu Irwin:
vived by her husband. Lawrence;
GENTLEMAN
Middle-A-jed, Educator, highest refer-
ences, WOULD CORRESPOND with LADY
of means and culture. Mr. A. M., Box
2973, Miami 18.
daughter, Mrs. Pearl Fisher; one
brother. Abe Lerner; and her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lerner.
Arrangements arc in charge of
Thurmond Monument Co.
Proceeds for Religious School
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
a names party on Sunday evening,
Feb. 27. Mrs. Peter Duchon is
chairman. Proceeds are for the re-
ligious school.
parents, Arthur J. and Eve H. Katz:
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Katz and Mr. Isaac Handin,
of Albany. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Co,
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Miami. Wishes to meet gentleman up
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certificat of corporate
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In the name and by the
authority of the state
of florida
Tl I Ml. TO WH' I.M THRSK I
i:\rs SHA 1.1. 'ii.Mi: iiKKBTIXas
Wru .
AAUii.N M. KANNKK.
MIAMI. FI.OHll'A
M \Mi:i. I.IKKI.,
Ml Ml Fl.i iltlliA
ROMA : j:i.nki.i:v,
mia.mi. ru-ieii'V
,;l .,,, nth da) of Ma), A.D I I
i in'i,r|Mn-Ht.-i| ...iil.-i ; ih
urovlHlona "f Chapter '" I
Btatute*, PARK KIn;k I'ltOl'RRTIBS,
\' ., i-oritoratlon, with It* |irlnci|>.il
ulacr nf liiinln'-s.- at Miami, Daid.
County, in the Btatc of i' arldj
II th< puiprr officer* t nurh
corponttlon illil on the IIsi oa
p>braary, \.l>. rts4, psniac to i" I
in nit office "f iht- Becretars
of Hit- State "f Mri>ln. duly .iutht-n-
li.aifd naaolution adopted by the
tockholdera undei the provlatona ,,f
said Chapter t4S. plorlda iftu i
nhnwinsl th dlaaoluUon of siton I i
DO .ill..11.
N"... therefore, the SecreUUn 01
State doea h*r*s rertlfy to the ior-
u. In-- .in.l thai In- i salaried that Hie
I Mllii .'! Ills ..I* law bSIVe l.t't'll
'..... IN WITNKSS WHEREOF I
hiave hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the
s. : ..( the Mate of Florl.Li.
at Tallahassee, the capital.
the Twenty-flrat day of
I', hi uai" I. ,
it. A ORAT,
s.. retal y of 81
i-i:m.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVKN I
the undei Ignad, deairiBa to ensraare In
bualnem under 'he fl.iin..u~ nani of
AliiMU- MiRVICR BTATION
N.W. 7>th SI '. Ml.:mi. Hoi da, In-
n i I name with t !"
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MOUNT SINAI JUBILEE
MARCH 3
IfaJeM%lbJEI|ioiudliiQun
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1955 -
SECTION B
senator McCarthys
experiment fails
ill Star Jubilee Thursday To Defray $150,000 Mount Sinai Hospital Debt
'reducer Sidney Franklin Devotes
Talents for Fifth Time to Show
For four years, Mount Sinai Hos-
pital Jubilee has been more than
Just a fund raising event to the
Koplc of Miami, Chaim Howard
Cane, chairman of this year's Jubi-
Jee, said this week.
It has been an evening of top
entertainment welded together in
an extravaganza which has receiv-
ed accolades from the press, per-
formers and ticket buyers, accord-
ing to Kane.
It is a show which has featured,
Ifrom year to year, entertainers on
feverj- step of the show business
ladder Some, when they appeared,
were rapidly rising stars of the
future, like Sammy Davis, Jr., the
freniers and the Kean Sisters.
Many were and still are at the
fcenith of their careersstars like
rony Martin. Sophie Tucker .and
Joe i: Lewis.
'And yet," Kane said, "this su-
per spectacle could never have re-
ceived its stature were there not
fcomc one person standing in the
rings coordinating the production,
person who could command the
omplete confidence of the enter-
tainers, who could manipulate the
acts smoothly and efficiently, who
Could work harmoniously with the
naster of ceremonies, so that their
|..-k would not become a chore."
The man who has accomplished
nil these things, according to Kane,
[s Sidney Franklin, serving in the
triple capacity of producer, direc-
tor and arranger for Jubilee. "Sid
L a man who has reached the top
Xl the show business world in his
lime and now contents himself
Mrs. Samuel Mark* (etand-
mg) and Mrs. Murray Shaw
make last minute arrange-
ments lor Mount Sinai's fifth
annual all star show.
with the advancement of the musi-
cal aspirations of others through
his vocal and dramatic school."
His background speaks for it-
self. A graduate of the Julliard
School of Music, from which he re-
ceived a national scholarship
award. Franklin entered the musi-
cal comedy field as a conductor
and soon became famed as the
youngest conductor on Broadway.
His show successes included such
memorable hits as Good News, New
Moon, Desert Song, Texas Guinan's
AGVA Chars Free Acts
For Mount Sinai Jubilee
Stamp of approval of the Amer-
ican Guild of Variety Artists will
be on each act appearing at the
Mount Sinai Jubilee T h u rsday
night. March 3, at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Stars from theatres and night
club floor shows in the area will
appear free of charge because of a
unique arrangement the hospital
made, when it was first establish-
ed, with AGVA, the actor's union.
According to Jerry Baker, re-
gional representative of the group,
unqualified clearance has been
given to the artists to perform
without pay in order that they may
express their gratitude to Mount
Sinai Hospital for its generosity in
"affording free and full hospital
service on a year-round basis to
any member of AGVA in good
standing."
Hospital Makes History Within First
Ten Months of its Founding on Beach
Sidney frmnklln
"For I will restore health unto
thee and 1 will heal thee of they I
wounds. ." With this credo as its'
guiding rule. Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal has achieved a record of heal- j
ing and benevolence that has plac-1
ed it among the most highly reput- j
ed hospitals in the country and an !
institution from whose doors no
one in need of medical care has
ever been denied its full services.
When Mount Sinai received the
building on which it now stands at
4300 Alton rd., Miami Beach, it
was required to operate a 100-bed
general hospital. In converting the |
structure that had been used by
the United States Navy as a hospi-
Padlocks and Captain Jinks. He
was head arranger for the original
Lucky Strike Hit Parade for 1927.
Franklin came to Miami as con-
ductor and arranger for the Royal
Palm show. After that disbanded,
rather than return North, he de-
cided to stay here and open his
own business. According to Kane,
"luminaries to whom Sid can
point with pride at having coached
and arranged for include Jane
Froman, Martha Raye, Mitzi Green,
Jan Murray and scores of others."
Not only is Franklin about to
produce his fifth Jubilee for Mount
Sinai Hospital, but he was also the
inaugural producer for the Cere-
bral Palsy Telethon, as well as pro-
ducer for numerous other benefit
shows.
Perhaps what might be consid-
ered the crowning achievement in
the life of this man who has glor-
ied and reveled in the world of
show business all his life occurred
last year at the Jubilee when the
"Queen of Show Business," Sophie
Tucker, refused to sing her classic
"Some of These Days" unless Sid
Franklin would mount the band-
stand and lead the orchestra for
her.
Co-chairmen of the Women's Auxiliary ticket sales committee
Mrs. Morris Golden and Mrs. Arthur Burrell discuss with How-
ard Kane, chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's fifth annual
Jubilee, progress of reservations for the March 3 show.
3,500 Expected to Attend 41/2-Hour
Spectacle; Co-Chairmen in Final Plans
\'HHK Mm- Assum vnu sou
Two Women Volunteers Help Put
Over Mount Sinai Jubilee March 3
Putting over a .project of the
magnitude of Mount Sinai Hospi-
's llf,n annual Jubilee requires
me combined efforts of many men
and women, whose only interest is
the god of the hospital and the
l^naruable services it represents.
| Two such people are Mrs. Murray
?* chairman of the Office Vol-
unteer Corpus, and Mrs. Samuel
.. hoadin8 the telephone
kiuVor Jub''ee. which will be
A, h rch 3 at the M""" Beach
*>aitorium.
Jrsj Sha*. who has spent 22
il w nS volunter organization-
cL*?r: hM ben acUv ,n ,oc
Stable work since she arrived
here five years ago. She has been
a vital part of Mount Sinai since
1951, when she assumed the duties
of a "Pink Lady." the title given
to Mount Sinai Hospital's Auxil-
iary, which devotes its time to
working at the hospital. She is
.presently chairman of the Out-Pa-
tient Department.
Assistant to Mrs. Shaw last year,
Mrs. Marks, another "Pink Lady,"
has assumed the vital chairman of
the telephone corps. Her present
duties include supervising and co-
ordinating the work of a dozen
women who are on hand daily to
answer calls regarding tickets and
information.
On stage in the Miami Beach Au-
ditorium March 3, the big all-star
show. Mount Sinai Hospital's fifth
annual Jubilee, will be presented
to an audience of about 3,500 peo-
ple a generous audience who
want to assure the success of their
community hospital.
The show, sparkling with music,
dance and comedy, will be the re-
sult of weeks of work on the part
of many energetic volunteers on
the various Jubilee committees.
The "behind the scenes" work
began in January, when Howard
Kane, this year's chairman, an-
nounced plans for the benefit show.
He then set about organizing com-
mittees to do the routine but nec-
essary work to assure the success
of the 4'vhour spectacle: to han-
dle the seating arrangements, to de-
liver tickets and posters, to sched-
ule transportation for night club
and theatre acts, and to mobilize
the community in order to assure a
sell-out audience.
This year. Kane has two co-chair-
men assisting him. Dave Phillips
is co-chairman in charge of Miami
Beach Residents and Erwin Kar-
den is co-chairman in charge of
Miami Residents and Transporta-
tion.
Co-chairmen of the Women's
Auxiliary ticket sales committee
are Mrs. Morris Goldin and Mrs.
Arthur Burrell. Heading the Office
Volunteers, Mrs. Murray Shaw has
devoted hours to the tedious tasks
of list-typing, cross-indexing and
addressing the envelopes so pre-
vious contributors could be told of
this year's Jubilee and an accurate
record kept of donations as they
come in.
Soliciting via the telephone has
been done by a committee headed
by Mrs. Samuel Marks. During the
last weeks of the Jubilee campaign,
telephones have been busy at the
bridge house offices, and the tele
phone corps has industriously an-
swered all incoming calls for in-
formation.
Volunteer motor corps workers
have been delivering tickets, pick-
ing up checks and arranging for
display of posters in hotels and
shop windows. The corps has been
Continued en Pg 10 B
tal, the board of trustees recog-
sized the pressing need for facili-
ties and provided 258 beds instead
of the required number.
The board's foresight was im-
mediately justified and during the
years it was operated since its
opening in December, 1949, some
50,000 patients have been accom-
modated. Each year finds an in-
creasing number of patient days
with tremendous growth in its out-
patient and clinic departments.
Mount Sinai Hospital made hos-
pital history from the outset. With-
in the first ten months, it received
full approval of the American Col-
lege of Surgeons, and within 14
months it received approval of the
American Medical Association for
the training of interns. Since then,
it has been accredited by the AMA
Resident Training. National Asso-
ciation for Practical Nurse Educa-
tion, Dade County Medical Associ-
ation and University of Miami
Medical Technology Training.
Maintaining the hospital at its
maximum efficiency is more than
just repairing the needs of the
damaged human body and the al-
leviation of human suffering, re-
gardless of race, creed, color or
the ability to pay. In cooperation
with the City of Miami Beach, an
intern is dispatched at the call of
the police department to accidents
and other emergency cases. All pa-
tients admitted to the hospital re-
ceive a free chest X-Ray.
There is a blood bank available
24 hours a day to assist all who
need it. Out-patient clinics (pa-
tients not having to be admitted to
the hospital) have grown in num-
ber to 15 and in the past year,
some 8,000 persons received treat-
ment.
Almost 400.000 meals are serv-
ed annually, with two kosher kitch-
ens maintained for those patients
at Mount Sinai who desire meals
prepared according to dietary
laws.
There is an intensive training
program for interns and residents,
another reason for the remarkable
progress in stature of the "young
in years" hospital. Interns enroll
in yearly rotating courses and resi-
dents complete their requirements
in many specialties, both such
courses with the approval of the
AMA and ACS.
The School of Practical Nursing
{is now in its fourth year at Mount
Sinai. It was the first such school
founded in the State of Florida,
whose training helps supply some
of the unending demand for nurs-
Continud en Pag* 10 B
Sol London (left) and Philip Cohen, in charge of motor corps
workers, check last-minute details on delivering tickets, pick-
ing up checks and arranging for display posters in local hotels
and shops.
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>Je*ist>fhr*#w
TODAY, FEBRUARY 25

Bureau Prepares
CJA Program
A compreher.-ive program of
education and participation
ombined Jewi-h Appeal will
2ain be coordinated and directed
-.e Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, it has been announced by
Bureau director Louis Schwartz-
man
Geared to the idea of inculcating
ii'brew Mlwol -jdent'- anc
eacher* with the services per-
i'jrmed by the Combined Jewi-h
Appeal, this years program will
include educational printed mate-
nab, films. a>>emblie- and a bu-
.ng the local a gen
:ie* of the Combined Jewi-h Ap
sal
On Sunday morning. Feb. 27.
legates representing all Jewr*
mJUhVi'I] meet at the Bureau of
*,h EducafK'r. baDding They
.. ill vi-it the -ix bi agen-
JA
Last week, a CJA Teachers Bul-
'in prepared b> Sch*artzman
^nd Herbert Berger. wa- issued to
jtlining the educa-
tion program to bring the -tory of
JA to their -tuc
OCOTiliiH to Schwartzman. class-
ill be initiated,
with -croll- of honor awarded to
how- -II 100 per
cent of their stjdent- a- contnb
to CJA.
Bureau president Mr- Matilda
I Ratner comm'-nded the staff of
he Bureau for the publication
!mi Will be Chosen
Young Adult Group of Temple
-nanu-El will hold it- annual
ectheart Swiag" Sunda) eve-
ial hall of
Temple, according to Bert
.Tip The group
npete
re a
S.nd your favorite recipe to Th. J.wish FlorM..n. tocher wrth
y^r name and -*.. M rou ha., a Ml ^^'ft. y~ ^
"nclude it with yoor.n.ry. Should r' '^J^SVlSS
you .ill be printed with a copy of "Th. Book of Jew..h **
Cont.inins 500 ko*h.r rec.pe* and a Foreword ^ the pr.nc.pto. of
cookery.
Winter Fruit Salad
canned pineapple
6 large peach halves, canned
6 Hhh.pnoni canned whole
6 MtatchtaM ctoeme.
-dded coconut, tinted
pick or green
Skredde-l lettuce
2 opr sliced bananas
n mh s-.rup
fruit used
3 tablespoon: sour cream
Drain sliced pineapple and peach
halve- well Arrange on a large
- 2 plate, placing the rounded
>ide of peach on top of pineapple
slice in any desired pattern around
rvinz plate, about 2 inches
from rim Dot some of the wh..Ie
canned cranberries around and top
each peach half with maraschino
cher:> Sprinkle some coconut o\
htly. Arrange the shredded
lettuce in center and around. Place
-heed bananas between prepared
pineapple-peach portions in little
heaps Combine the canned fruit
-yrup- with -our cream til! thick
-nooth Serve at table a- -pe
cia! dressing Serves 6
here one suggestion easy to fol-
low:
Cherry Froting and Garnish
Drain canned cherries well and
piace I hem in a bowl Add 1
vegetable coloring and ru
sherry Let -land wiuto ocepprinc
. ... Mi sprt-aduy
top and -.-ivfjoi yuur favorite two
layer or otlwr rake hr.m hiked
or lx.ulr l: home made cake is
preferred, try a chiffon cake baked
in a well pan for special effect.
Combine con feet ionpr- sugar with
butter and evaporated miik. adding
syrup from cherries and the drain-
:quid from cherries which
-hould be bright red. -Make the
ing thick enough to spread
. o\er top and sides of cake.
Arrange the tinted and flavored
cherries in threes on top of cake,
then with an eye dropper, mark
the lit nil Httfe green col
Sene- 8 :> 10. depending on size
, of cake.

Mrs. Leonard can be reached by
writing her at 8200 Byron ave Mi-
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I please enclose stamped, self-ad
ed envelope.
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PRjDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1955
-JewlstincrldkMj
Miami industrial Ixptsftion Expected to Attract 400,000
A greater variety of exhibits and ing manufacturing might will c
,he public debut of more new tinue afternoons and evenii
... i i... .,ii mnmifarf invri nrod. Ihmimh u,..k ...
PAGE 3 B
(he iiuniu v.*.-*- -- -------- ------
South Florida manufactured prod-
uct< than in the previous five years
are a-'urcd for the sixth annual
Greater Miami Industrial Exposi-
,ion which opens Saturday, March
5 at Dinner Key Auditorium. The
visual lisplay of the area's grow-
con-
through March T3. ~" """^
Based on zooming annual attend-
ance, a crowd in excess of last
year's more than 400,00 is pre-
dicted by H. H. Hyman. show chair-
man.
"A comparison of this year's dis
Play list and the number of diversi-
fied products with the previous
five shows indicates an even great-
er variety of items will be exhibit
Sd than in past years," he said. "In
addition to new exhibitors, scores
of area manufacturers who have
been in the show since its inception
will unveil many new products."
Hyman pointed out numerous
area-made items to be displayed
will give thousands of winter visit-
ors a new insight on South Flor-
ida's industrial growth as well as
an opportunity to learn how they
can adapt some attractive phases
of Florida living to their northern
homes.
To Hold Garden Party
American Jewish Congress,
Louise-Brandcis Chapter, will hate
a garden party at the home of Mrs.
Sylvia Pass, 4343 Royal Palm ave.,
on Thursday afternoon, March 10.
Mrs. S. Weiner, chairman, and Mrs.
S. Rose are in charge of reserva-
tions.
PHOTO Y LINI lONNINf ILO
They Build for Freedom
s<
';-
They had a birthday recentlytheir country's. Their
country is Israelone of the world's oldest lands and
youngest democracies.
On May 6 they celebrated Israel's sixth anniversary
as a 20th Century state, a modern-minded society and a
land of freedom.
But they remembered, too, the agony of that other
Mayin 1948when the invader stood in their fields,
besieged their cities, fired their homes and killed their kin.
Though they were outnumbered and outgunned, they
fought back as Judah Maccabeus once did, as other men of
freedom fought at Lexington and Concord and Bunker Hill.
The invader was driven back and defeated. But today
he stands on their frontiers-sniping at settlers and settle-
ments, laying ambushes and seeking to destroy the demo-
cratic way of life.
Israel's people refuse to go down. They refuse to
give up the freedom they won so dearly and prize so much.
Six years ago half of Israel's people were displaced or
oppressedin DP camps, in Iron Curtain countries, in Arab
lands. They did not flee these places of darkness to be cast
into darkness again.
They came to Israel to live and build in peace, to create
a sanctuary for those fleeing oppression, and to assure these
immigrants a life of hope and dignity.
In six years of struggle and hardship they have built a
land of law and liberty. They have forged half way to eco-
nomic independence. They have brought to life the prophet
Isaiah's vision of Israel reborn:
And they shall renew the waste cities,
The desolations of many generations.
To enable Israel's people to receive those who come from
places of fear and darkness, to help them build their land
and freedom give to the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL.
IN GREATER MIAMI .
YOUR ONE GIFT SERVES
55 CAUSES
through the
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
United Jewish Appeal
on behalf of: -
United Israel Appeal Joint Distribution Committee United Service for New Americans
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IV wmmLB rA\0MAMA
West Point Ceremonies
Jewish Participation
to Mark
in U.S. Wars
AT THE MOYiES
British Television Makes
Deal for Oppenheimer Talk
By CHAtLES M. 5ECAL
Jewish parucrpatioe m the
tary sernce of the UaHed
be highlighted at special
monies at the Luted States
>r. Academy at West Fuian.
York, on Sunday. Marc* C
h* national Terceateaary
tee on mil oar-
pay tribute to it* first
clan of 1802. and will
plaque to the Academy
Principal adore*-. ji he ieJw
red by General Wit.w-% B Riff
, Army Ouef of HafT
Other --peat-
era! Blactubear M Bryan ft
nt of the States
Military Academy. .Albert M.
Philadelphia, repre-
-enting tl il Tercentenary
Harry
D H
.mittee on Military
Edei
man of Philadelphia, and Lieuten-
* he American
t an
parti-
al ai
in the c<
ocratic idi Hen-
:ked The fact thv
*a- a Jew is
: hallmark
The be graduated
.ademy in 1802
I -eph
:. M Levy.
:.;" ". Plata
Tfeac Jamaan hjsa wan w>
~ aaakaaa a e at ate
a* -*-aMBae ftw m
r*mft
. adataai i t aamwaal
-c 9u*>s ary
Academy relied
as a matnemauciar. anc in>-i _ad
eaten. [Jetone- 11 H_ _.--
tenant* Levy pattamatnV
t meetnur n the Ming foossT
of the Academy lor the Parana af
11.--1 ;
aad Wat rj
After recetraag his
Levy raeuoaed ae the Acaoemn as
aa mstractor. Ovaiau became : i
ill health, he was inapt find to re-
sign on September 3D. ltO:
before his death in Georgia
The ceremonies will bena snth
a religious service conducted by
tin Beajei -Tier, who
Wfftd the Academy lor the
a ill be by
Chapel Choir The ben-
ediction will be said by Rabbi
Aryan Lev, director of the Com-
on JewL-h Chapljincy of
the National Jewi-h Welfare Board
;dur.ntbecour,eof.omreinw.,.
\m tte aU af etWrg
televi country, the world....-... *
j with Edward Murrow un m'ht ljke w
der hich an extended version of i'n Ine "umber- ; nion Q
the recent!;, filmed interview with could. Dr Einstein. intimate h.
'**' *> i -* Ui.haH flT*arHtaHaaa*i.tmn^w> ihakenaaw <* a* ._...
:bst
hown in theatrical exhibition
By LEON CirTTEHAAAN
JTA
HOLLYWOODBritain's televi- country, the world renown
ioa network- are in the midst of a su^jeat^j tna, ^
join the Plumber-
Robert Oppenheimer:about as free intellectual!
oo CBS-TV* See it Now" would [an anywhere else ***
Well. CBS commeniator fa.
in England i Sevareid recently cited l>r op*?
While the Murrow-Oppenheimer h*"wr'n contradiction to Dr Em
eletaik *a the usual half-hour in s,ein Sevareid presented a fiimN
length, the program filmed about "tetenaent of Oppenheimer ,J
testimoajal dinnes- m vh.chV
three hours of footage with the
(world famous scientist and direc-
tor of the Institute for Advanced
Study at Princeton. A one-hour
edition is being made available via
the Fund for the Republic (Ford
Foundation' for distribution to col-
leges and univerit

Speaking of Oppenheimer. one
i* reminded of the recent fracas
over Dr Albert Einstein, when.
JEWS IN AMERICAN WARS. By
George Fredman and Louis A.
Fallr. Published by tht Jewish
War Veterans of the United
States of America, Washington,
DC. 270 pp.
By HILARY MINDLIN
book To
u
. world
for whom name
-. high pi;
K r.e for

thing of
'hat fiero i feeling which i-
our her/ | i therefore u-
urn' 1 Wt in American
ill come : a b read quoted, referred to. and car
") for a- a keepsake.
For thl ir record it begins
.ii 1854, with the early Jewi-h "
ler- m th<- New World Among
'hem are Asset Levy and Jacob
<>u undoubtedly
remember from Louii Zara'i
Ble Land
truly h< darting poim for it was
he who .^ht to
citizenship and ndon re
jnv,
in their his-
of mill'. in the
i rvfee of tbeir country.
r>om for independ-
r of 1812 the
Mexii Spanish Wars,
op to 'he World War- of our own
Mme and 'he Ko," ;, the>
n rved reliant!) tad wall
There wa-. for instance the Jew
.-h patriot David Mays, "who ac-
'ompli.shed the singular feat of
driving cattle from his We
farm through the British lines to
'he hungry' Colonial troops." His
descendant. Dr J. Robert Oppen-
heimer, carries on the tradition to-
day.
There was the first Jewish Com-
modore, Uriah P. Levy, also one
of the first to experience anti
Semiti.-m in the armed force- Lev)
wa- the man who. in 1826. pur-
: chased Monticello in order to pre-
lerve it as the Jefferson memorial
The book is full of this kind of
ting information It was a Jew.
dwriting expert named
ho. who put the linger of
-u-picion on the document- which
had been Head to convict Dreyfus,
first white male born u
lew, Philip Minis. Pulitz-
e i ; career waa in the Union
Army Plorldt teal a .J< David
Yulee. to the I'S Senate, u did
iana, before any northern
had elected J>
It was a Jew. Angelo Heilprin.
who led the expedition which res-
cued Admiral Perry when he was
where near the frozen
Of the North Pole. The Ger-
man surrender in North Africa was
to Signal Corps Lieutenant nam-
ed Albert Kleinwhile the gods
split their sides laughing. And. of
course, the poem engraved on the
Statue of Liberty, beginning
your tired, your poor.
Your huddled miteea yrj'nmg
breaths free.
ma I.azani-
r half the book i- devoted to
th- three most recent wars in
A neriean history. Here 'he near-
>.f 'ime allows greater detail
and the full story of individual
m Name- you know- Meyer
Levin. Peter Lehman. Philadel-
phia Max Slepin, Ben Kaufman,
It Frances Slanger. the first
; American nurse killed in action in
Europe in World War II, Barney
Salver and names you should
know.
This, as I said, is our record. The
Jewish War Veterans of America
have, in their usual tradition, done
their people a great service in com-
piling and publishing it. It is a
record of sacrifice, bravery and
unswerving love for America.
And we may all be proud.
H.iHfff.YfVrO.V YUiXETTE
Expats Studv McCarthy's
Failure \$ ith Anti-Semitism
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
.->
ASHIXGTONThe failure of
Congress extremists to inject poli-
McCarthy-
- being analyzed in the jour-
I 'he nation leading intel-
lectual circles.
of German political romanticism
It was the obverse of the American
ca>ea new economy destroying
an old political system, not new
political responsibilities interfer-
ing with the accustomed ways of
economic life."
The "American Scholar."' a quar
Talcott Paw.ns. chairman of the ter^ f0r,,he *ndepend*"t thin,ker
Department of Social Relation- at
Havard University, rai-ed the ques-
tion in the Yale Review His -tudy
is entitled: "McC a rt hyism and
Americas Social Ten-ion: A So-
ciologist's View
hich yl
Physio* said, vfhen asked ii]J
would encourage a >oug ,*
enter science today, i cerumh
would. I certainly can I -V
know any higher adventure an.
better life, any more rtrenuoat 2
arduous and enriching, rewardin.

MGM production chief Do
Senary believes that the "eajjij.
is unlimited" on how much a p
ture can gross if the industry eon-
tinues to make good fiunt. -a;
pictures continue to be good," uyt
Senary, "the audience- will come
and see them and theatres will
make money on them. Even if ok
of the big pictures should fail, ue
audiences will be back to see'adh-
ere. The public is not th^t fictJe.
They forget the failur. Not jj
pictures call for three or four ssU
lion dollars. The major compaaat
make about three or four of then
a year."
Schary notes that there is a ten-
dency to forget that the ingredietffir
that make up a hit picture art i
mystery "It consists of such thine I
as special talent, timing, hunchand
luck ... all hidden words that'
turn a picture into a hit
The MGM boss disputes fit1
published by Phi Betta Kappa, fea
tures a study by Prof. Richard Hof
stadter of Columbia University It
is called "The Pseudo-Conservative
Revolt Hofstadter's contention is charge that the market for scrws
that the pseudo-conservatives in- originals is disappearing and tad
Parsons maintained that unlike ^"w^L,0' j^folklW* 2 ,he St,"diS "e-on,y j?*"1 te
the 1930s when Father rn.Z ;^n McCarthv. avoid anti-Semit- presold properties "Its just a
and Xr- were preaching"* II ,* *,- J* "> ood as ever for original-, ^e
cous antiSemit.-m anti-Semitism f*tSHT* 3PP as a public .-sue ha- -ince the war '"^ h"wever- thaj ,he >-P'> 50 percent original stone- and
been very nearh ab-ent from the t^ff'^ *"? *"? ** **** percent tnm *"* "no>"i and **
American scene'This U of couS P^?/'^1' dissenter are stones may be shifted tea,
associated with full employment ^ hJ ^ ^TsODJ^1 ,he Porarily. but it II be back to the
H,. artriH w..., idj___'- mechanisms at work in both corn-
He added, however, that despite
the involvement of some Amen
f Jtwi-h origin 'in the fel-
I low-travelling of the 1930's. it is
le that Jewi-hne- ha- not
{led <.ut M ;, -vmholic
focus for the questioning of loy-
alty. A critical difference from
G'-rman N evident I
plexes are quite the same, and that
it is merely the expediencn
the strategy of the situation today
that cause groups that once -tres-
ted racial discrimination to find
i other -capegoat-
"One notable quality in thi- new
wave of con-formi-m." he -aid. 1-
tha:
normal average again
r
To the Nazi- the Jew WSJ the \ '*' '" ,re much haP-
pnman- negative symbol, the Com- l\ '," ?fV*. 1 ^'" ob,Pl"
muni-t the mo-t prominent secon- ," tbe AS**,WB' EeetefB.
one." He edded that it must 'ual gentlemen
[also be remembered that capital- 'n"'; ,n'> i'^ *ith-uch bedraggled i
i-m wat tymbolicallj involved. uls a-, say. the RosentHT.'- The
i the Jew reason, I b. ii ibai ,he
* to link Communism and capi- mind Z \,
. y mind- of the status-driven t i- no
.alism together This trio were the special virtue to before ^men-
isszz :Naz,? The> -ym-tan ,han ,he ^^^7, i
bolized different aspects of the d- really -ometh,ng-o be more Arner :
turtenee created by the rapid de- ican than Dea i AchesTn or jThn
pelopmen, of industrialism to the K,,-r DuI.es-orFrenkL Delano '
I older pre -industrial Gemainschafl Roosevelt." N
BETWEEN YOI AXDME
Or. I. tt+trl Opptnheimtr
. "rawerdinf, I**
State Department Report in Error
By BORIS SMOLAR
JTA
The background report on Is-
rael issued by the State Depart
ment last month contain- quite ,
number of flaws They would per-
haps, have passed unnoticed if
the report were not an official
document issued by the IS Gov-
ernment. However, as a review
presented by the State Depart-
ment, its inaccuracies have at-
tracted attention in Israel Thus
the report speaks about "fight-
ing that broke out" when Israel
came into existence, whereas the
basic fact that the Arabs declared
war on and attacked Israel is
missing. It says that the US
would like Israel to look upon
herself as part of the Middle
1 '-' mapping her future prog-
'';,wi,h,'n thc 'ramework of the
Middle Eastern commun-tv
This may be interpreted a- im
Plying that Israel does not wish
'' '"' wet I-rael .s in any way to
blame for the lack of friendly re-
lations between her and the Arab
countries. The report states that
the exact boundaries of the new
nation have not yet been fully de
tned. and this is definitely m.v
wding. The general armistice
agreements clearly stipulate that
no changesjn the boundaries can
of hn h0 W',h0Ut the conscnt
L part,c concerned. The
report asserts that Tel Aviv "be-
came Israels first capital." This
,s 'accurate, since Tei Aviv was
never proclaimed the capital of
the Jewish State. Similarly inac-
curate is the assertion in the re-
port that when a Jew receives I
visa which admits him as an "*
migrant to Israel, he automatical-
ly becomes a citizen of the Je*
ish State.
The fact is that a Jew become*
a citizen only when he enters Is-
rael, provided he does not de
dare his desire not to become a"
Israel citizen. Describing tne
events preceding the wresting
Palestine from the Turks ano "
establishment of a mandateO re-
gime, the State Departments
background report omits tne
participation of the Jewish Le-
gion in the conquest of Pa'C""*'
It also fails to mention the agree-
ment concluded between Kl
Feizal and Dr. Chaim Weizmann
of a Jewisn national home.


rmv FEBRUARY 25, 1955
fJe^LsJJhridHan
PAGE 5 I
abbi Jonah Caplan to be Installed
t Kneseth Israel; Dr. Belkin Will Talk
l nr Samuel Belkin, president of
kshlva University, will insUll
Lbbi J>nah E. Caplan as spiritual
tadcr of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation on Monday evening, Feb.
8. in I he synagogue of the con-
regation. ,
I participating in the installation
L|l be the president of the Con-
Lreeation. Abraham Finestone; the
fantor of the congregation, Abra-
ham Seif: Rabbi Simon April, of
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation who will offer the invoca-
fion and Rabbi Akiva Chill, of
Congregation Beth Jacob, who will
Icliver the benediction.
Greetings in behalf of the Rab-
f>
Dr. Samuel Btlkin
salth and Happiness Club
>lds Dinner on Beach
[Health and Happiness Club held
I dinner Sunday at the New York-
hotel
I Guest speakers included Dr.
braham Wolfson, author of "Live
Be Hundred Years Happily;" Dr.
S Hanoka, Miami Beach physi-
hn: Dr Max Rosenfeld, Detroit
cturer and writer; and Irving
muss, local artist.
Entertainments included Al Hor-
vitz. violinist; Sonia Wise, radio
bsonality; Rhena Mora, singer
bd dancer; and Morris Urov,
ince director.
I Master of ceremonies was Harry
brthaw, first president of the
latural Hygiene. Society.
ith Jacob Organizes PTA
[P.T.A. of Congregation Beth Ja-
bb was organized this week. Mrs.
pa Lynn has been elected presi-
fcnt. Other officers include Mrs.
ene Gilbert, treasurer; Mrs. Sue
Ivoloufia, corresponding secne-
kry; and Mrs. Gloria Behar, re-
prding secretary.
"The Finest of Feeds at
'tosonabfe Prices"
IUNCHEONS 85c and 5c
DINNERS 95c and up
Henri's
Restaurant
finest German-American
Cuisine
for Tour Comfort -
Completely Air Conditioned
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binical Association of Greater Mi-
ami will be extended by its presi-
dent, Rabbi Irving I-ehrman, of
Temple Emanu-El.
Greetings will slso be extended
by Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, of
Congregation Beth El. and Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, of Congrega-
tion Beth Tfilah.
Mrs. Frances Ullian, president of
the Sisterhood will speak in behalf
of her organization.
Rabbi Caplan is a graduate of
Yeshiva University and occupied
his first pulpit in Miami from 1931
to 1933. He served as spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El of
Astoria for 16 years and was in San
Antonio, Tex., before coming to
Miami Beach in September, 1954.
Rabbi Caplan was vice president
of the New York Board of Rabbis,
comprising more than 600 Reform,
Conservative and Orthodox Rabbis,
from 1949 to 1951, when he left for
San Antonio.
He was president of the Long
Island Division of American Jewish
Congress for three years. He was
first president of the Long Island
ionist Youth Commission and pres-
ident of the Long Island Region of
the Rabbinical Council of America.
Rabbi Caplan traveled extensive-
ly as a member of the Torah tour
committee of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America and for the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews. He is known nationally
for his oratory.
Dr. Belkin, now in his 11th year
as president of Yeshiva University,
has led the university during its
period of greatest academic and
physical expansion. Dr. Belkin's
tenure as president has seen the
elevation of Yeshiva to university
status, to become the first in Amer-
ica under Jewish auspices and the
establishment of graduate depart-
ments in mathematics, education
and community administration. He
assumed the presidency at the age
of 32.
He is a member of Phi Beta Kap-
pa, the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of the United States and Canada,
the publication committee of the
Jewish Publication Society, execu-
tive committee of the American
Jewish historical Society, the Jew-
ish Academy of Arts and Sciences,
the New York Academy of Public
Education and the American Acad-
emy of Political and Social Science.
He was co-chairman of the New
York State citizens committee on
housing and has been prominent-
ly identified with many other civic,
educational and religious endeav-
ors.
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+Jelsi>nor*maf7
Strategy meeting
Due Friday
A strategy meeting of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal CimprigB
Cabinet has been called for Fri-
day noon at the Columbus hotel.
Some 60 top level members will
meet to set up final campaif
*rategy in the remaining weeks of
the drive, which is no* 30 percent
ahead of last year's solicitation
Up for major discussion will he
a swift moving peTson-to-persoo
drive to secure the last of the big
gifts still outstanding and also to
clean up pledges in the Winter
Resident?. Hotels and Business
and Professional Divisions.
Chairman Sam Heiman will re-
port on the impetus given to the
streamlined community drives, a
new technique employed success-
fully this year According to the
plan, directed by communities
chairman George Chertkof. "mini-
ature campaigns, complete in
every respect with t h e general
drive conducted in previous years,
are held in each community Areas
now in full swing are Coral Gabies
'including Southwest Miami and
South Miami). North Miami Beach
Hialeah-Miami Spring.-. Flagler-
Granada. Homestead, and West
Miami.
We have before us sis more
weeks of intensified work in this
life-campaign." said Heiman The
institutions which serve us and our
families right here in Greater Mi-
ami look to the closing weeks of
our drive with sober anticipation,
knowing that their continued serv-
ice depends upon the outcome of
our dedicated work."
Okitiarie
LOw S S~E*o_E
t*. of r Meraata* *y- "**. "f
Beach Mia i" i_ *<
-
REBECCA HOW* '
-- : "* .
Serrkre* were h '
Ftaweral HWene *-*" a* a--
Beajaawa: *Ml
. n, -.-v***r aa* a
MOSES -- =
. of
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veoaper before
t i
II, in aaW >. ftertaae f>-
""".SfSe-t
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 *.
ko -
Mart** aaattRaw
star fa-.ker eases
Got LwRoy Collins, honorary chairman of Brotlierhood Week
;:.d mmmm -r.r- Brotherhood Week Proclamation to
Al B Block. National Conference of Christians and lews co-
_-a-an in Tallahassee. Looking on Qeft to right) are Dr.
Paul Coughlin. Tallahassee physician; and Dr. R. R. Oglesby.
decs oi students. Florida State University. ______
L1CAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FlCTl
_____ NAME LAW
NOTICE U HKItKliV
Court of I>ade County. KnridQFt
Herman Murrij ttt"
Attorney f-r AupiKauit
II \V n.rl.r Ml
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Stokowski to Lead
UM Orchestra Here
, March 13 and 14
Great Broadcast of 1937" and
One Hundred Men nd a Girl.
NOTICE ZOn,yiri^-
NOTICE IS HEKKBi i;|VE.\ ,fc
Mtaistwi ;,.r?f

. AR1B CAKKTERIA
KU. Intend, to
,.i. the Clerk
of Idr fount*, nor ,
AIR1.I.N, ,
RICHARD Ac MCROrK
.tiimneyii tut Apoi.tant-
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M'KKi DEI T.-Il. i
NOI.Ct OF INIENTION TO Kin
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is heieuy nn.ii that | (,,,.<
filed my final report an-l p. uuun w
final Utmef
(be estate
ceased:
tl. lj-. I will aU|>l>
nar*e A ,..-;, a<
itate of MORRIS |ii.iTN|U,,{
J, and that on ta.- i;ui ,i. /
larch. 1*.. I will apply ..- ,,.
mule MA.vK B. UOWI.lX'i, iaY
Author of'Music for All of Us" Jud.e of u*d qaaaty. Ki.rt, E
pproval of eai.l final r.i-,i ,] lv '
Lord Will Chair
Hialeah Drive
Ravmond Lord. 519 East 10th
>t has been appointed chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
community drive in the Hialeah-
Miami Springs area
First major function in the area
i- an Initial Gifts social evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Fraidlin. 586 East 28th St..
early this week Plans are aLso un-
der way to conduct a one-day com-
munity drive area in March
Lord is chairman of the board
and first vice president of the Hia-
!eab-Miami Springs Jewish Com-
munity Center and has been a resi-
dent of Hialeah for 11 years. He
is recording secretary of B'nai
B nth Flamingo Lodge and has
been active in Jewish affairs for
Kme time.
Lord named Joe Newman and
Irwin Himot to serve as vice chair
men of the community drive. New-
man and Himot are active in the
Center and in other civic pro-
grams. Newman is a member of
the Jewish War Veterans Post No
687.
According to Lord, those Jewish
families not contacted at the Ini-
tial Gifts and other advance gifts
functions will be visited by CJA
volunteers on Community Day.
to
The 1964-55 winter symphony
eries will reach its peak at the
March 13 and 14 concerts, when
noted Leopold Stokowski mounts
the podium as guest conductor of
r. ;*sc
.- ,f at s
r i-. '-
ihr** -
v-*zr* t: the I Diversity of Miami Symphony
:> xia^ .- Orchestra.
francTTfotter Born in London. England, in [
. ... s.. April. 1887. Stokowski graduated
from Queen College at Oxford.
England He continued his studies .
mrs mTnT^ leff SJETE PfZ^'' and 3t R0>al i
. a, m .... hOaml Be. Colle8e ,n London,
naaaed awaj k Burial waate Stokowski has been
r .;. ican Citizen since 1915
New Tori

JOSEPH AARONS
1 l*alm a., Miami
B-a.-h. winl nl "f Mia-
1 M nlay Mr.
Aarona. h<- .:-tr,- fr*>m \h*- i
ns in th mbr.id*r>' hurtnt-a*
Viola. an1 to
vit-r B :-:al U1 b* in UaJ Bronx,
Miami B*arh.
an Amer-
in 1943. he ha* Rjad*. snany sym-
phony transcriptions""^ of Bach's
works.
Probably no other conductor has
devoted so much research and stu-
dy to his work as this man.
BAY HARBOR NURSERY
I KINDERGARTEN
We Keep rat
ChiMfM Haayay
ead Heerlfcy
EAKtliwal
Praaram by
Kt$. Teachers
MRS CUSSIE LEVINE
T. of 151 NW -1 FVb IS.
'harr*- arranxeir.. r Hn
I>e\ ln 4 bt > dautMi
Mai Raikin. c-and-
-n and a l/i'-'hrr and ;*t*r.
He has served as conductor of j
more than a dozen major symphony
orchestras in the U.S. and abroad (
since 1909. He was conductor of ;
the Cincinnati orchestra from 1909 :
to 1912 and the Philadelphia Or-,
chestra from 1914 to 1936. He was
once conductor of the Los Angeles
Philharmonic and San Francisco
orchestras.
In the summer of 1940. he con-
ducted an ail-American orchestra
on tour of South America, followed
by a tour of the U.S. and Canada
in the spring and summer of 1941.
He was with the NBC orchestra in ,
New York City from 1941 to 1944. j
founded and served as conductor}
of the NYC Symphony from March. I
1944 to April, 1945.
In 1945. he became conductor of
the Hollywood Bowl Symphony.
DAvio DUBftiN followed by three years in the
.*:h Miami Ba^h. *m "ie capacity with the New York
-^iPhiiharmonic. Since that time he
' i> has conducted on many tours here
wilial bjr hi if#. Kthr iw<. and abroad.
d':-htr Mr Shlrler Ivt-T. Miami c. ...
ihore. and Mr. Manivn Miil*r. Mfcl atokowski has appeared in sev-
ami. a x.n j.*h N'.rtar'aliaii.. A* i eral
toother* and iwo -!,
ALEXANDER BERKOWIT2
< 1M 14th f. Miami P.-aoh. a
former r*ta*jr d.-d nh
H. H* '-an ." At"
>w York City H' i ..
br hi rfe ach. a
- r Sew Yr.rW Cllv two
w*r* held a-
ml R-a with burial .n New
Tor*.
We Take Them Frem 2 Year* Up
NOT LUNCH SCKKTOTCAUY
PIEPAKB)
The School it Rates at Eacellent
by the City Health Oept.
ohm nm uuMatom
fill TIANSfOtTATIOM
Call UNion 6-8079
9500 IAT HAttOt TEttACI
BAY HAMOR BIAMO, MIAMI iACH
filial diaciiarjc^ aa Adiiiii..~o.dtru
the Eatalr of MORRIS I'UUTjji^aZ"
irtanl.
Tnia l*ih day of Pttbrui r \in--!
TEKXIt ..I.' rs.il
harold mnxmos
AUi>iney fur Admlnlairati ,x
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Insurance Company Admits
Gardner to Inner Circle
Joseph J. Gardner, who head-,
the insurance agency of that name
at the Ainsley bldg WM honored
this week by admission to the In-
ner Circle of Life Leader- of Trav-
elers Insurance Co.
Gardner, who 1- a councilman
on Bay Harbor Iffltttilf. where he
resides with his wife and two chil-
dren. U in Hartford. Conn I
ceive hi- award at a banquf. at the
Hartford Statler
He l- attending a gathering of
reprt Travelers
Company, the Brst -uch rr.c-f-'
leading life insurance salesmen, in
more than a quarter of a century
The award is based on production
of life insurance policies. Gardner
having scored 58th in the nation
Gardner is the son of Carl Gard-
ner, appointed last week beverage
director of this area.
HARRY sachnoff
are fls
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r. \* *ir\ \ i T.
n. Harm .in Chi-
-at-r. tm-n daiarhterii Mr> I -.lore*
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NOW OPEN
LORRAINE CONVALtSCEHT
HOME
310 N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE
24-Hour Registered Nurse
Supervition
Mrs. Rita Fortman, Manager
Phonos S2-MK S2-M17
Bernsfeins fete Educator
Dr Samuel Belkin was honored
at a reception tendered for him
Thursday by Mr and Mrs Bernard
Bernstein, of New York The event
for Ye-hr. I i president
was held at Ute Sterling hotel
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMlJ
11TH JUDICIAL CIHCUil. in Ann
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
CHANCERY. No. 171
l.-u r..\i.\ UKIKK1N H.VUb,
n-iniirr.
OaVMWat MATTHKAV HAI.t
IMrndaiil' '
NOTICE BY PUBLILATiOh
TO: liKi.KOK MATTHKU HALE JR.*
j. uweiu RueM,
Wake l-.*rrai. Noilh Carulioa
Yuu air hrreby nutilirO lhat a lorn-
pialnt lor In i-i aisl]
.iKann*t >iu. and you sis u.rtu itj
asrvt a ooaqr of your A:i- '. :: ite ^
i'Uiutilf altoinry. Koot t li I'lstr. f
as. iJ^uiK. l'J3i duIVn: l.uil'l.iuj, Mi-
ami, riorvda. ana fist i.ciull
AnniT in lh- olflce of lh. i'.. ,'
t.ne t'lrcalt Court on <>i i* art tht'i
imiy -fifth uay of Mar. h, ; Hw- .
sine chr .iiiewationa in said .|HahH>'*fl
Mill be u>rn aa cwnfess-d b. yet
lluw govern yourw.i
HAIKU Krbruauy 21.
K II UBATHKRalAX .
i lerk of inr I'm 1.1 "it 4
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2 & S71-11-U________________________ i
NOTICE UNDER rKTITIOUS**
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HERtBY GIVKT.' IBs*)
the umirrsicnrd. ursinng lu -Maim,!
busincaa under the IVtltlOUh s
NATIONAL, WIMDOVV C1.EA.SBHJ
at HI0 roth Ht., Miami Bea n, >b,
mirnda lo rscioter ?aiU intmr a.ulaMT
Clerk i.f the Circuit Court <>: laoij
County. Florida.
NATIONAL IiriUM^
MAINTENA.M
A Murms CorrTaooa
IKVlNU BCHl'I.V'.AN -;.
IKVINO SCMl'UMAN .. ,.U|
Altoravy for AptMicsat -"I'l
On* Lincoln lloau Blu.
J/l-2i J'-ll _
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS KKKavrli UIVKM Ott
tho undrraisnrd. dealrinc enfUtJI
business under the fictitious i.anx "
COMMERCIAL U.NW* A fi:i:-~. J
1106 Mh t*L. Miami Bea. h. .-.-^ JJ
register said name Mn rhr Ofr* w
the Cinult Court of !>. iuuI7i
FlollUa.
SIDNEY TELUEIt _T
ANTON M. KRONENULRO-
HAItOLD TANNEN
Atiwaey for Apuilcaala
1N Suiily Kids
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F0R B0VS FOR OIRLS
100H LAKE, in the MrVaSjetata, MfW TOM
FABULOUS NEW CO-ED CAMPS
eamposes on 3500 acrs. healthfi,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .......,
NOTICB IS IIKHEH1 .:1VKN 1M'
the umlrrsiRnnl. desinns to en
b'.i-lnesa under tbo flctltlou-
sHoREVVOtiU AITS.. al
South Shore Drive, Miami Bea
Ida. intend to refleter a-ld "' ', i-.i
the Clerk of the Circuit Court i we
County, r^orida.
SAM J. BELSKJ p
BlaBIE S MCbaKLJ
ARONOVITZ, ABONOVITZ M s A1UI
Atlornoya for Sam J. lielaky
Kl-u. s Kelsky
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FOUNDERS and DIRECTORS
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Atlanta. Georgia
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,.vrrfflUABY2i. 1955
-JmlsMrrHfor
Irs. Grossinger
fill be Honored
ly CJA Women
Ijennie Grossinger. prominent
l,0l woman who has been identi-
L (or many years with numer-
L national and local civic and
Llanthropic endeavors, will be
bnorcd at the Combined Jewish
bpeal "Chai-Plus" luncheon on
tondav noon. March 7, at the Al-
ors hotel. Mrs. Sol Silverman
ill be chairman of the Women's
[vision affair. ^ ,
|Thc story of Jennie Grossingor's
|e was recently the subject of the
Revision program "This is Your
fe." conducted by Ralph Edwards
a coast-to-coast network.
[informed of the committee's se-
Iction. Mrs. Grossinger at first
odestly urged the Combined Jew-
Ji Appeal Women's Division to
loose another personality, stat-
! that she was "deeply grateful
the honor and at a complete
f- for words to express my sur-
ise."
For many years, Mrs. Grossinger
been known to champion the
use of culture through music
the arts and to encourage
ung struggling artists and musi-
Ins in their chosen careers. She
[well informed in matters of edu-
lion. culture and -religion and
for many years cooperated
fcole heartedly with many fund
Jsing programs in her resort and
ltd establishments for Jewish, as
til as non sectarian causes.
"Our annual luncheon has chang-
| its title to 'Chai-Plus' in 1955 be-
use plus giving is imperative if
Women's Division is to achieve
quota in this life campaign,"
Ited Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
omen's Division cnairman.
Mr> Silverman has announced
it prizes will be awarded at the
cheon. Named to serve as vice
^irmen at the luncheon program
the Mesdames Morris Alpcrt.
Ihur Burrell, Joseph Duntov,
rnard Hoffman. Herman Jacobs,
rd Jonas, Tena Katz, Louis Ma-
sky, Donald Murray, David
blips, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Harold
act. Ralph Spero and Jack Udell.
PAGE 7 B
Mri. Jtmmit Crossinjtr
C-Day" Scheduled
Here March 27
"C-Day" has been set by the
Combined Jewish Appeal for Sun-
day. March 27, according to Sam J.
Heiman, campaign chairman.
This is the target date for com-
munity-wide door-to-door solicita-
tion in Miami and Miami Beach in
which several thousand volunteers
are expected to participate.
George Chertkof. communities
division chairman, is coordinating
advance plans which include vol-
unteer recruitment, worker mobil-
ization and education and estab-
lishment of area headquarters.
"Community-Day. could very
well mark the termination of our
1955 drive, provided there is a
speed-up of card coverage in all
divisions and increased giving by
contributors prior to mid-March,"
said Heiman.
All organizations are expected to
lend manpower to the annual all-
day push for funds.
Outlying municipalities such as
Coral Gables, Hialeah Miami
Springs, West Miami, North Miami
Beach, South Miami and Home-
stead will have completed their in-
dividual drives prior to "C-Day."
Eight Top GoW Pros
Slated at Westview
Club CJA Tourney
Eight of the country's greatest
professional golf champions will
play side-by-side with members of
the Westview Country Club at the
CJA-Day at Westview on Sunday
March 6.
The golf tournament will feature
the following top pros: Slammin'
Sam Snead, Lou Worsham. Pete
Burke. Skip Alexander, Peter Coo-
per, Jock Hutchinson, Clvde Ur-
sina and Lou Barbaro.
According to John Sefbin, chair-
man of the sports celebrity event,
players must complete their quali-
fying rounds one week prior to
March 6. These preliminary rounds
will be played under Westview su-
pervision with careful considera-
tion of handicaps, Serbin said.
Last day to file official entry
blanks is Feb. 26. and entries
should be sent to Al Goldbach or
Bernard Wagner, Westview Coun-
try Club.
A cocktail party and dinner
dance, featuring outstanding TV
and radio personalities, will be
held in the evening, and reserva-
tions are being accepted at this
time.
The CJA-Day committee includes
the following:
Leo Ackerman. Allen H. Amdur,
Otto Bresky, Adolph Bresler, Har-
ry Feinstein, Otto Fenias. Gus
Feuer, David Fleeman, Harold
Friedland, Sam Friedland, Al Gold-
bach, Irving Greenfield, Sam J.
Heiman, Hal Hornstein, Aaron M.
Kanner, Howell Kase, Sam Key-
well, Nathan Lee, Stephen Leifert,
Laurence Levenson, Dr. Alfred
Levin.
Fred Lewis, Fred Lighte, Joseph
Lipton, Ben Markowitz. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer. Fred S. Meyer, Stan-
ley C. Myers, Clem Myerson, David
Phillips, Dr. Harold Rand, Sam
Resnick, Morris Rosenberg, Miles
Schlapik. Jr.
John Serbin, Ross Sobol, Henry
Sprintz, Bernard Sterling, S. T.
Taylor, Herbert Tenenbom, Nathan
L. Traub, Bernard Wagner, Ber-
nard Wall, Carl Weinkle, Julian
Weinkle, William W e i ntraub,
Leonard Wien, Louis Winter and
Al Wise.
Al Ossip (left), chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal In-
surance Division on Miami Beach, outlines campaign strategy
for two veteran workers. Miss Mollie P. Katz and Jack Tobin.
The insurance unit is one of 40 business and professional
groups participating in the fund drive which supports local,
national and Israel institutions.
CJA Appoints
Flagler Chairmen
Harold Strumpf, 100 SW 52nd
ave., has been appointed chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal in
the Flagler Granada area.
The Initial Gifts Division has
scheduled a social on March 2,
Wednesday evening, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Feldman.
6201 Castaneda ave.. Coral Gables.
Strumpf is a member of the
Flagler Granada Jewish Center
and has served on the board of
trustees. He is chairman of the
religious education committee and
also serves on the board of direc-
tors, with the Bureau of Jewish
Education. He is a past chancellor
of Knights of Pythias and served
in leading capacities with religious
and philanthropic institutions in
New York City prior to his coming
to Miami.
ialeah-Miami Springs Joins Community Drive
is married to a native Israeli.
General chairman of the Hia-
leah-Miami Springs area is Abra-
ham Fraidlin, 586 East 28th st/
Fraidlin has been a resident of
ialeah-Miami Springs is the
t recent community to launch
wide activity in behalf of the
unbined Jewish Appeal.
Nathan Friedman, 36 West-
rd dr., Miami Springs, and Mrs.
than Becker have been chosen
hairmen of the Pace Setters
which goes into action
rtly.
Becker has been active in
ganmng the Hialeah-Miami
rings Jewish Center and has
ed with the Combined Jewish
in her area for several
IDr
ppeal
Friedman is an optometrist
ho has participated in civic, pro-
fessional and charitable projects
for some time. He is one of the
charter members of the B'nai
B'rith Flamingo Lodge and is a
member of the.Jewish Center in
Hialeah.
Dr. Friedman is a graduate of
Columbia Uniyersify..,th Univer-
Hialeah since 1946, coming to this
community from Rochester, N.Y.
He served on the executive board
of the Ben-Gurion Branch of the
sity of Miami and also attended the | ionist organization of America. He
Chicago College of Optomctry. He | js religious chairman and one of
belongs to the Southeast Optome- j the founders of the Hialeah Jewish
trie Association and the honorary Center.
George Chertkof, communities
fraternity. Beta Sigma Kappa.
He is a member of Moose, the
chairman of CJA, has also ap-
pointed Raymond Lord and Irwin
Optimist Cluh and other profes- \ Himot to act as co-chairman of the
sional associations. He lived and general mobilization drive in Hia-
studied in Israel for five years and | leah.
Losner to Chair
Homestead Push
Paul Losner, vice president of
the First National Bank of Home-
stead and a prominent communal
worker in Jewish affairs for many
years, has been appointed chair-
man of the Combined Jewish Ap-
ppeal drive in the City of Home-
stead.
One of the pioneer families in
Homestead, the Losners have par-
ticipated in civic, religious and fra-
ternal projects and were active in
the Combined Jewish Appeal drive
in the past three years.
Losner is also operator of Max's
Department Store in Homestead.
He is a graduate of the Riverside
j Military Academy, a past president
I of the Redlands District Loans
{Club and is the present treasurer
of Homestead Jewish Community
Center.
Irving Lax and Benjamin Jonas
will serve as co-chairmen of the
Initial Gifts Division, according to
Strumpf.
Lax has been active in previous
Federation campaigns and is pres-
ident of Flagler-Granada Jewish |
Community Center. Jonas has been
a member of the Center and is a
past chairman of the Senior
Friendship Club.
Losner also belongs to the Odd
Fellows, Masonic, Order at the
Elks Lodge. In the 1954 campaign.
Homestead was one of the newer
Jewish communities which secured
gifts almost double those in the
previous CJA drive.
t>.t nt si
North M
liami Beach community leaders hear Rabbi Irving Lehrman (center) at a community
Leff Maunchin9 *h Combined Jewurfi Appeal in their area. Seated (left to right) are Norton
k'nard ifNorton Lefl and Loui Wallace. Standing (left to right) are Rabbi Abraham Levitan.
lard Kolofl. Rabbi Lehrman. Aaron Siegal and Jacob Plitt.


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""DAY, FEBRUARY^J
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will evening wice- at 8:30 p m Rabbi
hold Friday evening services at Abraham Her 8:15 p.m. Rabb. Leon Kronish will the topic: The **nrtu> from
officiate and diseu>- "Bftta. Bdu- w,thin Mr and .J? AJ, Brotherhood Means to Me." Mem
cation. Exaltation" Saturday nick will be hosts at th oneg te of r^. Hams-young Couples
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will ob.-erve Brotherhood Sab-
bath during Friday evening aarr-
ices at 815 p m.uest speaker will
be Rev Charles J Hams, of the
United Trinity Lutheran Church of
Miami. He will preach on: "What
! Jacobson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
i S Jacobson. forrrTerly of 1701 S.W.
30th Avenue, will take place Sun-
dav. Feb 27th at 130 P.M. at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat
at the Oneg ing. Mr. Jacobson is survived by
hit wife. Sandra; parents. Mr and
Tillill fl niiffiT wiir'become Bar Mitnah during Saturday morn ^^^'^n"^,,, following Mrs Benjamin Jacobson. of New
Bar Mitzvah Cantor Samuel Kele mg services at 9 am Rabbi Her- morning sen ices are at York: a son. Arthur two brothers
Harold of Hollywood. Fla., and
Robert, of New York; a sister. Mrs.
Florence Sattman. of New York.
when Michael, son of Mr and Mr-
I become ^JjJ" ^em>
9:45 a.ni. with Rabbi Skop discuss-
ing: "Gift.- of the Human Heart'
mer will render the mu-ical por- m will preach on the topic:
than of the liturgy "* Rela,,on t0 God
- .. Robert Strassburg will direct the
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold KNESETH ISRAEL CONCRECA-^,^^. chorus wth Cant0r Irv-
Fndav evening service? at 5 ir.d yiOH wiU bold Friday evening .^ BoDinson invoking the Sabbath
8 30 p.m.. with Babbi In;n? Lehr *rvKe* at 5X P m Castor Pavil rj(%aj
man preaching on the topic Ter J Kiueviuk> wiil ren*r the mui-1
ctntenary -Opportunity fo." Slock i] partieas of tbe rrwrgr Saw-' BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
Taking Cantor Philip Braasaaer | day aoraut* services are at 8 30 T|OH wl|| hoid Friday evening
will render the musical portions of J im Rabbi Jonah Caplan wiU *' jservice* at 7 30 p.m. Herbert Buch-
the liturgy Saturday moraiaf setv- finite and afecass the Weekly Poc [ waW wiIj 0ffi0iatc. assisted by the
led are at 9 am with the Rabbi' txa. Caaaar Kwevteky wdl Hunt cho|r Text (i>r ,hls wecks sermon
di-cuvMng the Week.;. ^ Pf1,, ^ ette will be The Tabernacle."
Garv. son of Mr acd Yr- I flowed ...
Lieberman. and Marur. '- :: > -ervices mAtM HEBREW SCHOOL AND
and Mrs Meyer Rur aaai i_-- at 8 aja. aaa 5 45 Baa. CONGREGATION will hold Friday
Bar Mitzvah. Da:)> evening service* at 6 p.m. Late
the chapel at 8 a_m. and -!SW ACADCMY will hold Mnice> are at 8 15 p.m. when
ever. i7 eveauac ******* 6 pm- Rabbi Simon April will preach on:
Sana-day aaarnang ernees are at 9 -Brotherhood Week Saturday
Raahi Alexander Gross will morning Mnjces arc at 8 30 a.m..
reach oa the Weekly Poruon.-wnen Robert. son of Mr. and Ifn
. V jcha v at 5 30 par. followed by Sau, BerBrtttai Wl!l become Bar
TTIShato Sends* Daily services are M|fzvan (-antor Berele Kelemer
30 a.OL I Qk evening wJJJ rendpr ,he musical portions of
re at am thp hturgv c!as> m ttkhan b at
4 30 pm Dailv services will be at
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will 7jg am and 6 p m.
hold Friday evening wifka at
8:5pm i-t Robe rrfaoa, west miami jewish center
chaplain of the Opa-Locka Marine wyj nold Fridav evening services
-e the pulpit with at 5 30 and 8:30 p m Rabbi Alfred
Arrangements .are^nTh^rTTS
mers Mtami Monument Cob?.*
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BETH DAVID SYNAGOO.=
hold late Friday evening s-f
at 815 p.m.. conduct*
Henry B Wernick. wr.i
Maurice Mamches and the chair
under the direction of
Donnerstag atisting. Oneg
bat will follow. Saturday rr
>emce> are at 9 a.m.. when Stuart.
son of Mr and Mrs Looii Spector.
will become Bar Mitzvah Floral
offerings will be by the Spector-
Mincha i> at 5:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalo- Seudo- Darly >emce- are
J 0 am and 6 in the evening
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 and 8:30 p m Rabbi Akivah
Chill will officiate at late services
and preach on the topic: "Archi-
tect of Life Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m.. when
Rabbi Chill will discuss: 'Each
Man a Sanctuary'" Junior services
are at 8:30 am Class in Talmud
will be at 5 p m Mincha is at 5 45.
followed by Shalo.t Seudos and a
>ermon on the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are at 7 and 8am
and 545 in the evening
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
will hold Friday evening wrviCM
at 530 p.m. Saturday morning
service- are at 8:30 am Rabbi
Jo-eph Raekovsky will officiate and
di-cu-- "Wasbinctoo'i Meal
Inner and Outer Value- and Ap-
pearance- of Democracy and Reli-
At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi will
preach on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha i- at 4 30 p.m.. followed by
ShakM and Maanv Daily-
service- will be at 7 30 a m and
6 p.m. Clas- in Talmud u at 4:15
p m Wednesda;.
...
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold late Fridav evenint
ice- at 830 p.m. In honor of Broth
erhood Week. Rev James D Hef
fen. of the L'mon Congregational
Church and Rev George C Powell.
Hollywood Temple Methodist
Church will be guest -peaker-
Theme is Brotherhood in the
Atomic Age' Rabbi David Sha-
Candlelighting Time
Adar 3 6:02 p.m.
Waxman will officiate, assisted by
the ("enter choir under the direc-
tion of Jerome Taft Subject of the
sermon i- scheduled as: "The Tab-
ernacle Becomes a Temple." Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m with Rabbi Waxman officiat-
ing and preaching on the Weekly-
Portion. Junior services will be at
10 a.m. Mincha is at 4 p.m.. fol-
lowed bv "Shalos Seudos Rabbi
Waxman will talk,
the sermon is scheduled as: "Broth
the sermon is scheduled as: 'Broth- NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
erhood in Action." Mr. and Mrs. TER will hold Fridav evening serv-
Harry Ross w,il be hosts at the ices at 5.45 and 8 pm. Rabbi May-
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning er Abramowitz will discourse on
services are at 8:30 am. Peter, i thc topJC: -conservative Judaism
son ofjMr andIMn. Meyer Matloff _A statemen, Cantor Edward
wil become Bar Mitzvah Rabb, Klein will render the musjcal ^
Hurw.tz and Rev. Rudolph Brill tions of the ljturgv assjste<) by the
win omciate. Center choir under the direction
.
of Eli Samuels. Saturday morning
services are at 8:45 a.m.. when
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Mendelsohn, will become Bar Iftts-
vah
.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening service.* at 8:15 pm., with
Z IMS. aC^ne.LSh-a/ R**b, Malcolm Sparer officiating.
Senior citizens will participate in
the Service. Subject of the sermon
is: Tribute to Senior Society
FLAGLER -GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.n with Rev Leo Heim officiat-
ing. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rev. Heim
will discuss the Weekly Portion
and chant the liturgy Junior serv-
ice
piro and Jeffrey Strumpf will of-
ficiate. Mincha i- at 530 o.m ."fol-
lowed by Shalo- Seudos and Maar-
iv.
.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6 p.m. Saturday
p.ro will officiate. Cantor Joseph services at 830 p.m.. wh Rabbi
u,n ,7\l lZ ,he r^"1 E Abraham ^vitan officiating to
t.on- of the liturgy, w, h the cho.r observance of Brotherhowl Week
-ervices at 545 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 am
morning services are at 9 a.m. Min-' Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and
cha will be at 6 p.m. followed by discus- Requirements of a Sanc-
. -7t> Da,,y M?rv,ces are ,uar> Mincha i- at 515 p.m.. fol-
at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Talmud lowed by Shalos Seudos Host will
class meets^daily^froin 2 to 4 p.m. be Wdon Habar. Daily -ervices
- are at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE---------------------------------__________
GATION will hold Friday evening "
under the direct.on of Rev Mor- JseTorrllJ* Neh^^F^SS
decha, Haalman. Oneg Shabbat w.11 Method", ChuS w .^
be -ponsored by Mr and Mr- Jul ,peaker Udie-
S ^ZrZZZrJZ*: ~ ^ ^e, Shabba,
be guest
Auxiliary will
ter. Huguette Saturday morning
service^ are at 9 am Rabbi Sha-
piro will dikcuss the Weekly Por-
tion Daily morning service- an-
al 9 a m
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening service- at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 am. when Rabbi '
Shmaryabu Swirsky will officiate ,
and discuss: Tell the Vision to
No Man" Cantor Fishel Lutman
will render the musical portions of
Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovsky
45 MKHIGAN AVtNUt, MIAMI BEACH
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NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Oko-
lica will preach on the
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by the choir under the direction
of Lucille Moore. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 am with
Rabbi Okolica discussing: "Our
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TEMPLE ISRAEL of Mi.,mi will
hold Friday evening services at i
Sanctuary Junior services will 8:15 pm Rabbi Joseph \WwiH
be at 11 am hto Rale. Blau will offic.au He w.I) ^ Tn"
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ISRAEL NORTH.' 'k"'"' 2^ Bernstein will render
K A E L NORTH- h. m.^-.cal portions of the liturgy
t nday ,n honor of Jewish Music Month. 1
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:roll- Presentation
Include Musical
rogram Sunday
uUtanding leaders of the Jew-
connnunily and rabbis of the
, will attend presentation cere-
njes f the Sefer Torah Riven to
Hebrew Academy by Samuel
Ker, local hotel owner and
minent civic leader.
eremonies will take place Sun-
ovenini. Feb. 27, at Kneseth
el Congregation.
he Scroll is being presented in
mory of Hitter's wife. Rose, who
sed aay last April. Mrs. Ritter
a charter member and vice
..ident of Hebrew Academy
men. a prominent figure in Ha-
Lssh. the Sisterhood pf. Temple
mu-EI. rfrW for the Aged and
y other local and national or-
izations.
articipating in the program
be the Hebrew Academy
ttu-. under the direction of Mi-
Donnerstag. Cantor Abraham
of Kneseth Israel Congrega-
will conduct the liturgical
ion of the program. Also ap-
ng will be Cantor Philip
mmer. of Temple Emanu-El.
Ipeakers will be Rabbi Jonah
Ian, of Kneseth Israel, and
bi Irving Lehrman, of Temple
nu-El. Abraham Finestone,
ident of Kneseth Israel Con-
ation, will welcome the audi-
Ircotin^ will De extended by
or Harold Shapiro, and B. I.
[drr. president of the Academy.
oncluding tribute will be given
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
of the Academy. Shepard
(!. Mayor of Bay Harbor
r will be toastmaster.
jadon' Meets Saturday
leeting of "Moadon," Hebrew-
kkin sroup of Greater Miami,
[he held Saturday evening, Feb.
fat Temple Emanu-El. Speaker
he Dr Max Lipkind, retired
pician. in an address on "Shi-
Ginsburg Personality and
Irv Chairman is Saul Porush.
David I'ncijman will, discuss
pnt events, with Harry Perach
tnting 'Terek Yomi."
loss Music Featured
the Great Waltz," an adapta-
from the feature film by MGM
rnting the music of Johann
>s, will be featured in "Every-
|j; t'ndcr the Stars" on March 3
nil 8 p.m. in the auditorium
Miami Public Library.
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Hialeah Sets Flamingo Day I \jYjnfl DftnL' T-lk
Saturday; Ten Will Run UTIIig D00K I U.K
Reset for Tuesday;
Dr. Spiegel Slated
'Hialeah is rolling out the pink
carpet for the Flamingo- -the day a
dozen of America's finest sopho-
more colts run for a $148,000 pot of
gold. It is also the day the brilliant
tropical birds go on paradethe
only time during the year the fla-
mingo are paraded and the day
honoring a delicate color.
With its enlarged facilities, the
Track Beautiful will be able Satur-
day, Feb. 26, comfortably and con-
veniently to handle those wanting
to see one of America's most un-
usual spectacles and sports events.
In addition to the reserved seats,
there will be 8,000 unreserved
seats available for those coming
to Flamingo Day.
It appears now that 10 three-
year-olds will test the claims of
Nashua and Boston Doge for the
title of the colt most likely to suc-
ceed in the 1955 Triple Crown
events. Nine Hialeah-trained Thor-
oughbreds have gone on to win the
Kentucky Derby in the past.
Tamara Mizrachi Women
To Meet for Brunch
Blackstone hotel will be the set-
ting of a brunch meeting of the
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en on Tuesday morning, March 1.
Dina Dyckman, national repre-
sentative of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization, will be guest speaker.
Just returning from an extensive
tour of Israel, she will give a re-
port on the various projects and
children's villages of the Mizrachi
Women there.
A Sareze fashion show around
the pool will be featured, showing
latest resort fashions.
Hostesses for the brundh arc the
Mesdames I. Yulish, E. Zelis, M.
Sternstein, M. Herman, M. Dubler
and M. Frank. Mrs. Alfred Stone
is president of the group.
Dr. Shalom Spiegel. William
Prager Professor of Medieval He-
brew Literature at the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America, will
talk on "The Tradition of Prophe-
cy" at Temple Emanu-El Tuesday
night in the concluding lecture
discussion program of the second
annual "Living Book" series.
The program originally wa:
scheduled for Monday night, but
was changed to Tuesday so as not
to conflict with a B'nai B'rith meet-
ing of community-wide interest,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, director of
the series, reported.
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, chair-
man of the "Living Book" series,
said Wednesday that individual
tickets for Dr. Speigels talk are
available at the Temple office.
This has been a highly successful
series, and I know many persons
will want to hear from the fore-
most authority in the field of Bib-
lical and medieval Hebrew litera-
ture.'' David Levinson, program
chairman of the temple stated.
Dr. Spiegel received his PhD de-
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in 1922, and started his teaching
career in Palestine as a lecturer on
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Since arriving in New York City
in 1928. Dr. Spiegel has published
numerous books and papers, in-
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of studies in Biblical and medieval
letters includes Ezekiel and I'scu-
do-Ezekiel, A Prophetic Attesta-
tion of the Decalogue, and Noah,
Danel and Job.
His monograph, Me-Agadoth and
Ha-Akedah, was awarded the Louis
LaMed Foundation prize in 1950,
one of jhe highest honors in the
field of Jewish letters.
Before his appointment to the
Seminary faculty. Dr. Spiegel was
professor and librarian at the Jew-
ish Institute of Religion in New
York City. He is a trustee of the
Israel Matz Foundation, secretary
of the Alexander Kohut Memorial
| Foundation, fellow of the Ameri-
can Academy for Jewish Research
and a member of the Society of
; Biblical Literature and the Ameri-
: can Oriental Society.
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u~utn*rkJiar
3,500 Expected at
Mt. Sinai Jubilee
Continued from Pag* 1 B -
under the direction of Mr. Sol Lon-
don and Mr. Philip Cohen.
Co-chairmen of the Hotel Divi-
sion are Joseph Hose and Dave Lc-
vinson, the former of the Royal
Palm Hotel and the latter of the
Algiers. They have been soliciting
contribution* from fellow hotel
men, as well as arranging ~p< rial
displays in the lobbies.
Dr. A. R. Hollender, chairman of
Hie physicians committee, reports
an excellent response to the hos-
pital's only fund raising event of
the year from attending and a&SO
ciate physicians.
Entertainment is once again thi>
year under the direction of chair-
man Ben B. Gaines, who is busily
engaged in lining up tup talent
from all pails of the country in an
effort to make this year's Jubilee
the biggest and best ever.
Many committee members have
worked with the chairmen named.
All have been anxiously looking at
the big seating chart which hangs
in the Jubilee office, gratified as
each new pin goes up indicating
one more seat filled and speculat-
ing on how long it will be before
the blank spaces are filled. Differ-
ent colored pins mark the differ
ent donations, and as the board
gets more and more colorful, the
volunteers get happier.
Each request for tickets, means
that the board is that much closer .
to being filled, that the Jubilee is
that much closer to the SI50.000
needed for its important service
activities. And the devoted volun-
teera don't want their work to be j
in vain.
"They're working, hoping and '
looking forward to a sell-out house.
Jt's up to the publicyouto make '
sure they're not disappointed.''
Kane explained.
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Whether Resident or Visiting
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8:46 Cartoon Show____
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Cupt. Midnight |
Joseph Rose, Dave Levinson and Howard Kane review final
plans for the Mount Sinai Jubilee March 3. Rose, of the Royal ,-p UeI K^;
Palm Hotel, and Levinson. of the Algiers, have been coordi- 10.1s ^ ^
noting activities in the Hotel Division. Kane is chairman ot
this year's 4' 2-hour all-star Jubilee.
come by Mount Slnal Hospital, it
spends one dollar and nineteen
cents for operating expense, ac-
cording to Samuel Gartner, execu-
9:40 To Be Announced I Smllin Ed
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Morning |
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Rich I Super Circus : lawk L'p. Live Arthur
Hospital Makes History
After Only Ten Months
Continued from Page 1 B
11:00 Menu Mag.e i To be AJM"C4 > Thlx Is The Life
'1:15 Barks* Bill
11:30 Search P. T'm'row; Carloon-o-ville I Living Faith | Menu
11 45 ilulillna: Light I ______________I __________ |

live director of the institution. To
AFTERNOON
et and practical nurses Raising
the standards of nursing in the 'defray part of that deficit the
Greater Miami area by constantly I board of tru-tees conducts the an-
offering interesting in service ; al all star Jubi ee. which this
training courses is another highly > ear ^attempting to raise at leas
regarded feature Of Mount Sinai'* S150.000 on March 3 at Miami
Committee Members for
Miami Beach Pageant Named
Committee for the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce Miss
.Miami Beach Beauty Pageant has
been appointed by co-chairmen
Philip J. Taylor and Kenneth Lau-
rence.
Those who have been named to
the committee are Irving Lieber-
nian and Arthur Stelzer. awards;
Kenneth Laurence, program book:
Robert Gilbert, finance; Kelvin
Victor, public relations; Bernard
Jackson, judging: Harold Kosen
and Dr. Stanley Coltune, advisors;
Robert Sprung and Sheldon Blank,
ushers.
This year's Miss Miami Beach
will also automatically receive the
title of "Miss 40th Anniversary" in
commemoration of the city's 40th
birthday. She will be attended by
a court of 12 "theme" girls, also
chosen from the Miss Miami Beach
Beauty Pageant contestants.
The pageant is scheduled for
the evening of Feb. 27, at the Di-
Lido hotel.
teaching policy
I.ike many institutions through-
out the country". Mount Sinai main-
tains an elaborate reseaich and
diagnostic department, probing
into the illnesses of its patients
while searching for new methods
to alleviate suffering and discover
cures. In January, 1!>55. a new Iso-
tope Laboratory was added while
a new Cardio-PuImon;iry Labora-
tory is being erected. About 50 per
cent of all admissions to the De-
partment of Medicine arc cardio-
vascular and chest disease pa-
tients.
For every dollar received as in-
Beach Auditorium.
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Detroit Club Holds Dinner
Detroit Social Club held its
fifth annual dinner and dance at
the Latin Quarter Thursday eve-
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were Mrs. Mollie Goldberg and
Mrs. Simpson Rosenberg.
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WDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1955
+ 3ei**nnr/cflr>n
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICB
-T^TcS UNDER FICTITIOUS
N NAME LAW
LvTICE IS HERKHY OIVEN that
vSi-i-sinncd, .l>siilnK to engage In
i","!?'under I'"- fl.tltlnus mmi of
,;' si; -I BEAUTY, at
aPa\V 57tH Street, Intends to reg-
,1 um wllli the Clerk of the
,',,, ..f l>ade County. Florid*.
""" VKRA F18HBB
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, N0T NAME LAW
IvnTICE m HEREBY OIVBN that
' ,1. ili-slrlng to engage In
r ,,. under the fi. Htlnu* name of
[' ,,| v.\ COMPANY (not inc.).
", N | nl Avi., .Miami. Intend
aid name with tiie Clark
I |jj| -ii. >i t Court of Dnda County,
HENRY COHAN
MAX COHAN
:; (
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NO NAME LAW
IviiTH'K ls HEREBY OIVBN that
undelgned, deslrlni to engage In
umler the. flqtlup4U_natnaii of
[ilpif.li II IIERNBY AGENCY, at
i u tiagler St.. inn-nils to register
I Hith the Clerk of the Clr-
[.. ,, hi of I>ade County. Florida.
Ihwk'I.H H. BERNEY, Sole OWner
licKMAN 1 BRBTAN
for Applicant
hlaglei St.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K-OTH'E IS HEREBY OIVEN that
L signed, deslrlna to aas*S In
1.. nrSM under the flrtK i,ni.- umt <.f
pKXKU'H IT UNI riltl-; BX-
II.W.K. st 7829 Nnrthoint -nd Ave-
... Intend* to reglstel said name with
, Clerk "I the Circuit Court of l>ade
iintv, Florida.
SIDNEY ACKNBBi Etola owner
ItVID DRl'CKER
ii, \ for Sldna) A.kner
KiitMlng. Miami, Florida
i-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|\,. h i' is HEREBY OIVBN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
,n,-v mi,I,-, ;he firlltloiix name of
I VIS JEWELRY & LOAN CO.. at
North Miami Ave Miami U, In-
k,lr lu leg -iii :-.ii'l nama with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
lunty, Plorlda,
RI'CRNH i: SO.MMER8, Sol OwnM
i.i.srri: BAAL
; : Appllt .Hit
Itlsi ... lie Bldg.
I I'"
POTlCE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
(TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
. : Ch iptci 67J "f f lorlda
i. Annotated IIM1), Wai.-
., i w srehnuse Ri ci pltl
n A. o TRANSFER A.- WARE-
|u'si: ci inc, Florida corpora-
a ,u shouae lien,
in its iiosHession the following Uc-
IKDlCAl, SI 'I'I'MES AND
ll'SRHOU) I M:\ITIRK as the
P i hi: ,\ m:ox ii SHIFRIN,
N K l ii siiei't, Miami: PER-
|.\.\l. IIKI.O.N'illNCS as the prop-
:-ir.> I NldHTINQALE, 4.-,
Ill" i ii- Avi ii n RochOlle Pal k.
lliUSKHol.h KFKECTS as the
| i MISS I B. LEVEE,
1 iruoi and that SSI th* l.-l
during til, legal
irs "f sale, mainly lietween 11:00
n the afternoon, at
> Miami Avense, Miami. I-Ion.la.
indemlgned Khali offer f..r -ale to
Ii ddi i for cash in hand
shove ilesi rfbed property as the
f hi la run II Shift in. Mi I,
in i Mi- I B, Levoe.
ATKIi Florida, this uth
'T
I T-lt IN8FER e
l\ MIKIUU'SK CI I., INC.
,r"E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 iV2'ClAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
)R DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
l,A??,ERV No. 176367
ISOTH.M VN. Plaintiff.
L, e?T C,E BY PUBLICATION
f i.I.U'IS KOTHMAM
'hoi, lieslet- II ..I
I .rooklvn, \>m York
I" MIK HEREBY NOTIFIED
'','', "mplaliit to. In,...... .,. ril*- Vou are required to file
. w*ei with the Clark of this
RStnit!. i" s,',v" ''">'> "I""1
' ,'i .,' ls,s- "02 Congress
. Miami. Florida. Plaintiffs
;, on in i,.-f,,r,. ti,e ntii day ..f
h?\- (,2*erwlM, ti,.. allegations
L,.,!, '"'I'l-'lnt will be take,, as con-
['"'I -i Misnii. Morlda. this 3rd
* of hotu-uary, lr,i,
E M. LEATHKRMAN,
' lerk of the Circuit Conrt
n.V '?; '.>'le 'ounty, Florida
> WM. W. HTOCKINO,
|,.,,,., fepuly Clerk
JH.MAN T. ISIS
Itlorn.) (, |.,,inUM
' I tS'W*** """'". Miami. Florida
TANDp^tTV JUOtE*1 COURT
ORIDA' iMiL2ADE COUNTY.
llOIIltis I.KESS, IVcess^l
l,,w'l',"r ""l All Persons Hav-
'slste* "' "enm"1" Against Said
limr..., l"l"''ed to present any
li"r .I, }. ''"''"'Is wl,i,h vou. or
"I- of m'.'Ii.'.VI'J ,hS,V Slnt the
'* "f Mii.V, .. 'Jf8* deceased
he I ^.k,*'''. '"""> Florida,
, ,T.?rtb'*. unty .ludges of
Iheir Dfflr.a Jt" ."" m same in
I' "'i'l- Cu...,. c.,' ':".'"> Courthouse
P'-nrtkr moisass J'l"l'',,: "'" eight
lr I'" I h"r'"r '< elalma
r"-"l I,. ,i' '"",a,n ,n* "K"1 d-
h."1 harrad 1 aS>rV* "'
rc5, '--:'.-^;,s"""n" ^"v'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTICi: IS HKIUbbsY OIVRM that
the undersigned. d.-aJrinw to engage ,
husiness under the fictitious ii.im,' f
!',:in/f;^",T,:,tMINA'-^ Bade
2lh Vh "'u' ';' r*-H1"'-' "iu name
with the i lerk of the Circuit Court, of
Uade i ounty, Florida
vVwH,A.T LEV1NE
OENET ,1ENET """
tSTszzn?".....an"
Ml-I^: |
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t ensaaa In
Mwilunder^the flctfiloua na. '',
... ? A' ,N '" TIJCT, at Ml N
Miami Ave Intends to reelstol
M ...ESTER SAA1. ***Vm
Attot ne) for Appli, ant
111 Blavayne I'.ldg
i/ii-Mfito
k, ^?TlCE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ih^.'iS. JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 17M*7
BANFORD OROHHBART, llalntlff
VM.
ANNE OR088BART, liefeudant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANNE OROBBBART
'I Johnaon Avenue
Newark. N.I.
V..U are hereby notified that a mil
of i omplalnt for Divorce has been
nied i.gainst you, and you are reciuli-
,-,l t,, serve copy !( your Answer ,.i
IMeading to the Hill of Complaint on,
the plaintiff's Atlornev, llKNKY AI
CAIN, Hit W. Flagler St.. Miami.
Ma., ami file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
lit. CIl-CUll Court on or before the
nth day of March, IHS. ir you fall t,,
do so. judgment hy default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four eonsecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIOTAN.
nsP2J*E AN" ORDBRED at Miami.
Morlda. this Klh day of Februarv,
A.I>. 195.1.
B P. LEATHERMAN,
i lerk, Circuit Com t,
I>ade County, Florida
By WM. vs STOCKING,
HENRY s?"r csT0 "'i'" Attorney for Plaintiff
2,'.1S West Flagler SI Miami, Florida
2/11-ls
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 176778
PETER R RIENZI, Plaintiff,
\ -
MARIE RIENZI, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in MRS MARIE RIENZI
Ull Baal -lot Stleet
Brooklyn, \'iw York
Vou iw hereb) notified Ih l Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to nerve copy of your Anaaret ."
Pleading to the Hill of Complalnl on
tin nil Inl ii tttot ney, SAN ft iRD
i i, Hid N K !nd Avenue, Miami
It, Florida, and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
clerk ot the Circuit curt on ar ba-
rer* the 17th day -.f March, IMS. if
you fall to do so. lodgment by default
will he taken auaiiist \,,u for the re-
lief demanded iii the Hill of Complaint
This Btotlot -ii'il bf puMlahed once
ea*-h week for four poiteecutlve areeka
in Tin: JEWISH PLORHMAN
DONE \.VI> ORORREI) al Miami.
Florida, this Hith duv of h'ebrtiary,
A h II
K. I: LEATHERMAN.
. lerk, cii. ult Court.
I ade i 'oiint v. Florida
Bj KM, W STOCKINO,
(Circuit Court Seal) hepni Clerk
BANFl H( 11 FREED
Attorney for Plaintiff
IH N i: 'mi Ivf., Miami It, Plorlda
I is _'.-. 3/1-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23130
RE KSTATK OF "
CHARLES ISAM- FRIEDBERO,
NOTICE OF INTENTION To'ma'ke
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
. .'IH Big hereb) given that I have
riled my final report and petition for
i-uiai Discharge a- Executoi of the
estate ol CHARLES Isaac FRIED-
1 dei eased; and that on I. i
OB) ol March, 15S I uiii ,,p,,i, ,,, ,he
Honorable u. r hi.antun. County
Judge of Dad, i ounty, Plorlda, for ap-
proval ol -,,i,i r,,,,,, report and tor
(i""1 lEI I TDK of the
u.'i..."' CHARLES ISAAC I RIED-
Be.RO, deceased
This l ,tii da) of Februar) i
M Ml'.lCK FRIEDBERO
,. as K.\eeutor
KOVNER A. MANNHEIMER
An.,i ii, \ :, Executor
U lS-LT. .1/1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ~
NAMK LAW
NOTICK is IIBRBBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .iiga.se In
w under the fictitious name of
':''-T.. A- WILNER INSCRANCE
AobNC), at 711 71st st Miami
Beach, Intend to register said name
with th.- Clerk of ih.- Circuit Court of
l >...!. County, Florida
SEYMOUR KBIT
t/ll.lt.H-t/4t16*RT fc
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tli.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
undei tha fictitious names .,f
h.ii.mn Mortgage CO.; BenAnn Mort-
gage Co.; Ben Ann Mortgage Co.;
It. nan Mortgage Co.; and BenAn
Mortgage I'.., al IMS (Uth Street,
Miami Peach 41. I l.i intend to regis-
ter laid names with the Clerk of the
Clri nit Count of Dade County, Hmida
BENJAMIN NEWMAN
ANN NEWMAN
THEODORE It NELSON
Attorney for Applicants
L' ll-H 3/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT^COURT OF THE
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. t76329
BERYL Ii. WOHLFARTH, Plaintiff
vs.
ALBERT .1. WOHLFARTH.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALBERT J. WOHLFARTH
I- n Itox 41
Cobiesklll. New York
You me hereby notified that a BUI
nplalnt for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are required
in serve a cosy of youi Answer t.. the
Bill ol Complalnl upon the Plaintiff's
Attorney, Irwin H. Futerraa, Suite 1'ns
Terminal Uulldlng. Coral Qables, Ha.l.-
Cuuiity, Florida, and file the original
"| "....."Ice of the Clerk of the i
on ,,r before the 7th day of March,
i>.... otherwise the complaint for Di-
vorce heretofore filed herein will be
taken as confessed by you.
1'uted at Coral (lables, Dade County,
Morlda, this 2nd day of February, i:..v,.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
glerk of the Circuit Court

SU-ik ..f the 'Ircult (
I WM. W STOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
ijjpus
iifr|ti':i:Y riivcx iiiA
d. de'sii ing to engage !n
NOTICE UNDER FICT
NA
NOTICE IH
i he undei sign*
i undei
Kl.l.l il'AK (
intend th register Hnonani
Clerk ..r the Circuit Court
County, Florida
St'SAN V OANS.
IIARICIKT E lyAN
CHAP.I eh
CRICK (?ANS
I'M: v .;ans
* fc'HA.ril:. i
nera '
m
nap..' of
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th the
of i '.id..
FRIKDMAN
Attorn.', s I,
So:, Be) hold
m
r^tltkri
IlitHlng.
__-
IE CIRCUIT COUIT OF THE
ENTH JOJWCIAL CIRCUIT. IN
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLOR-
IN CHANCERY. No. 175,tt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176320
i:\IMAI.HA ELIZABETH Kikth,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH Knell:. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Ji iskph Kin ri:
It Hollj Street
Auburn, New York
You. Joseph Kocur, are herehy n I
that a lllll of Complalnl for Dlvoreg
has heen fili'd against you. and you
are required to serve <"iv of your
Answei ." Pleading t the Bill ..f Com-
plalnl on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN
ESSEN, Esq., I'll4 Seybold Uldg .Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Plea.line In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the (th da) of March, 1*65. if
you fail t<> ,io so. Judgment in .1. fault
will be liken against yotl for the i.li.-f
demanded in the I'.ili of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this L'nd dav of February,
A D. I:.."..".
i: II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Clrcalt Court.
Hade ('ounty, Florida
B) JOAN COURNOTER,
(Circuit Court heal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Atiorn.v for Plaintiff
liii4 Seybold Uldg, Miami, Florida
8/4-U-18-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVE
AND F
IDA I
JOSEPH RI.CHMAN. Plaintiff.
vs.
RITA nARWlSH, Defendant.
NOTICE Y PUBLICATION
TO: RITA HARW1SH, Pejfaadunt,
Result ik- and arfdreesVrinknown,
hn is SScvetlhg hatrV-'lf within
the State of Horlda from service
of process.
You are herebyJsollRcd that a Com-
plaint for roratsiaatgs'of Chattel Mort-
gage, Injunctlve Rejref and Other Re-,
lief has len OUm against you. an(t
you are required lo ser\-e a copy of
four Pleading UMkhe Complaint on the
laintiffs AMBfe.v. HENRY M.
CAIN, and fOflK original Pleaalns
In the office of trie Clerk ..f the Cir.
cult Court .Mi or Iwrore the 11th day
of March. lMqilf vou fail to do so.
Judgment by fcfattlt will he t.ijten
against you^'fnr*^h"rellef dcmamled
In the Complaint. This stilt seeks to
foreclose a Chattel Mortgage held by
Plaintiff on Dial business known as
"JOES LUNCHEONETTE". 10
N.W. 1st Avehuk. Miami. Horlda. to-
gether with the (urpishings, lunilnire,
fixtures, sppllamjas, sioek, equipment,
mer.hsivllee. gsisAs antr wares con-
talned therein: .
Dated st Miami, Florida, this 8th
da) of February 13.'."' ......
E. II LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By w.M W stuckim:.
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for I'lal-llff .__ _
loll W. Flagler Street v'iJ3C*T:3.
Miami, Florida
l/H-U-M l/l
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,
vs.
EARLB R. WHITE, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tn HAKI.E K. WHITE,
:tl Ridge Avenue.
Paaogle, New Jei
You are hereby notified that a Rill
.,f Complalnl for Divorce has boon
filed against you, and you are re-
qolred to serve a cony of your An iwer
or Pleading to the Mill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorneys, MyERR,
H El MAN KAPLAN. 63d Seybold
Building, Miami, Plorlda, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the ciork of the Circuit Court
..a oi before the 7th day of March,
IJSS If you fall to do so. Judgment
l,\ .I. fault will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notlee shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
HONE ANO ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this L'Sth day of January.
All la.",.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Hade County. Florida
By m. c. ORBBN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Denuty Cler
MYERS. I1E1MAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
6M> Seybold Uulldlng, Miami, Florida
2/4-11-18-23
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 16771
RE: ESTATE OF
ISAM' KnSENOARTKN. IVreased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
F"lnal Discharge as Kxecutor of the
estate of ISAAC KoSEN'tARTEN. de-
cessed: and that on the 7th day of
Mareh. 4S5o, I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F HLANTON, County
KTudge of Oade County. Florida for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executor of the
Estate of ISAAC ROSENtlARTEN.
ised. .--*
This 31st dav of January I*;';'- ,,
CHARLES HOSENC.AIITEN
AARON M. KANNER
Attorney for Charles Rosengarten
1/4-11-18-23 _________^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAH TAVERN, at Mt7 N. V,. 22nd
Avenue, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. ^^
RCTH M WEISS (Sole Owner)
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
JS1I West Flagler Street
2/4-11-18-23
IN THE COUNTY JURGES' COURT
LN/!K? FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB I. RADOMKKY, Us.,
known as JACOH itADOMSKY,
a/k/a JACK RADOMSKY
a/k/a JAC( >B IV .i iMBKY,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
p.. ah Creditors and ah Persona n.,\ -
Ing Claims m Derodnds Again l
Estate:
You, ami .mi, ,,f vou are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of j.,u, may have against the
estate of .lAi'm: |. RADOMSKY, also
known as JACOB RADOMSKY, a/k/a
JACK RADOMSKY etc., deceased late
of i>H,ie County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade countv.
and file tin- same In their offlci I
Hi. County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within eight .alendnr
months from the date of th, first
publli ation hei eol Said claims or do
mandi to contain the legal address of
th, claimant and to be sworn to and
ores. tite.I as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. Bee Section 733.16 of the
p>4.. Probate A. t
Dute February 17. A.D. 1656
HERBERT b SHAPIRO.
As Administrator C.T A
of the estate <.f
JACOH I, RADOMSKY etc.
i leceased
BERICK, SHAPIRO A- FRIED
Attorneys for Administrator, c.T.A.
3.4-II-IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176479
HOMER It HAMILTON, sr ,
Plaintiff,
VS.
P. C. BCHAEDE, a k a
PAIL C BCHAEDE
I AND ALSO ALL L'NKNOWN
| PERSONS, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
i: 11A NTEEs, Ass11;N I".ES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, Till STELS
OR ANY OTHER CLAIMANTS,
CLAIMING BY, rilltmi.li.
I NDEit OR AGAINST ANY OF
THE ABOVE N\MED
DEFENDANTS WHO MAY BE
DEAD AND NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD (lit ALIVE.
AND ALSO ALL L'NKNOWN
PERSONS, PARTIES, CLAIMANTS.
AND DEFENDANTS HAVING
OR CLA1M1NO To HAVE ANY
RIOHT, TITLE OR INTEREST
IN ult TO THE PROPERTY
INVOLVED IN THIS CAUSE AND
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: P. C. BCHAEDE.
a/k/a PAIL C. BCHAEDE,
Address unknown:
and also all l'nknown per-
sons, heirs, devisees, gran-
tees, as8ionees, lienors,
creditors, trustees or any
other claimants claiming
by, through, cnder-or
acainst any of' the abewe
namf:d defendants who m vy
he dead and m't knuwn to
bp3 dead or alive,
and also all l'nknown per-
SONS, PARTIES, claimants
A>Ni. DJU'-h-NUANTS HAVINO "R
cS^AfMlNW ANY" RKillT. TITLE
OR V\TEI!l:s\T .-i OH To THE
PROPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS
CAUSE AND HEREIN A FT Kit DE-
SCRIBED:
YOU ARE HERICUY NOTIFIED to
file wMh the Clerk 6/ the above styled
Court at Miami. Uade ('ounty. Flor-
ida, on or before the 14th ria) ol
March. lH.".r.. your written pleadings to
an action to quiet and confirm title to.
and for removal of'lien from the fol-
lowing described prisjstrty, and other
Tract 3". of KI.ORIDA FTtUlT
UNP CO.'S subdivision, In Sec-
tion L'3. Township .".3 South. Range
40 East, isintainlnjc 1" acres more
or lees, accordiifir to the Plat
thereof, recorded in TSflt Book i.
at page 7 of the Public Records
of Dade County,- Florida:
as above stvled. and to serve a copy
thereof wrthln the time set forth
above, upon S. Blah- Ross. Attorney
for Plaintiff, P-'nT BlecavncP.lds.MI-
sml. Florida, in default of which a
Decree Pro Confesso may be entered
against ynU: .
Dated at Miami. IJn*>Oounty. Flor-
Ids. nris
19JS.
Wh day
tbrusry, A.D..
a/n-it-a
K. R IXATIIERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court of
'Dade Qfltskb'. Fioiida
By JOAlf>URNOYER.
Deputy Clerk
- S/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
1,-rsigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CRANADA PAR & GRILL, at m
N W. Mli st Intends to register :,i.l
name with the Clerk of (he Circuit
Court of Dade County, Flornl;,
ELMO l( Ml IRALER, Owner
K BSSLER A- OARS
Alt... ii. ys for Applicant
1782 W Flagler
t/ll-16-M 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
l" B, BARBECUE, al 2KI Opa Locka
Blvd./ Opa ls..k.i. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit curt of Dad.- County, Florida.
CHARLES T BROWN
ETHEL M BROW N
HENRY NORTON
ALtorney for Applicants
1041 Seybold EIiIk
3/4-11-18-2S I /' I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17o816
MOLLIE GINSBERG. Plaintiff
PHILIP (SINSBERO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: PHILIP GINSBERG
1211 Pennsylvania Ave.
Miami Beach. Florida
You are hereb) notified thai .i BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has heen
fifed agamsl you, ami you are requir-
ed to serve top* Of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on _
the nlalntiff- Attorney, FREDERICK
A. REKNICK. I6SS0 Klscayne Blvd.
North Miami Beach. Fla.. P. O. Box
12S. and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clark of
the Circuit Court on or befori
>lli dS] Of March. IKS If vou fall
to do so. Judgment by default will l.e
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN"
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this isth dav of February,
a D I'...:.
E II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
B) II C, GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Depute Clerk
I REDBRICK A. RR8NICK
Attorney for Plaintiff
ir,::.-,o Rlsca) ne Blvd .
North Miami Beach, Fla.
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vJewlstthrkHan^
FRIDAY, FEBRUAm
NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
United States
Niklta S. Khrushchev'* rise at top man in the Soviet riierarchy,
writes Samuel Schneiderman in the Jewish Day. bodes ill for the Jewish
peoples. Khrushchev, he says, was the man who idolized the notorious
anti-Semite Bogdan Chmielnitiky (1648) and made him into a national
Soviet hero. Chmielnitzky was the Hitler of his day The shifts in
the Kremlin leadership, which saw Khrushchev nominate Marshal Bul-
garia as Premier, had their mainspring, political leaders say. in the
"Jewish Doctors' Plot" in 1953a "plot" which the part Jewish I.avrenti
P. Beria had exposed as a fabrication Alexander Kerensky, the anti-
Bolshivist head of the Russian revolutionary' movement that succeeded
Czar Nicholas II and who now lives in New York, expressed the belief
this week that the change in Soviet leadership may result in Moscow's
persuasion of Red China to be more cautious in the Pacific The
Red Chinese, some observers hold, may begin to take matters in their
own hands The National Academy of Sciences, comprising the
nation's leading scientific groups, has been asked by the White House to
help formulate a loyalty policy relating to Federal grants for uncl.issi
lied research. This is the first attempt on the part of the Administra-
tion to consult scientific groups on questions of loyalty.
To the chagrin of Roy M. Cohn, the Army has reinstated Barry S.
Bernstein, suspended civilian radar expert at Fort Monmouth. In reply
to a protest by Cohn. an Army spokesman in Washington said that "a
suspended Army civilian employe is reinstated only after complete and
exhaustive investigations and hearings Rabbi Benjamin Schuitz,
Executive Director of the American Jewish League Against Commu-
nism, ha* announced the election of columnist George E. Sokol.ky as
the League's new president, replacing Alfred Kohlberg who is retiring
because of illness. Roy M. Cohn has been elected chairman of the
Executive Committee. *
Moses I. Feuerstein, president of the Orthodox Union, issued a
statement this week disassociating his group from another group calling
itself "United Orthodox Jewish Congregations and Organizations of
America" which sponsored a mass meeting in Manhattan Center recent-
ly concerning religious affairs in Israel The World Jewish Congress
reports that Yugoslavia's Jewish community, comprising 6700 Jews, has
issued a comprehensive "Almanac" describing the life of Jews in that
country. It is the first such compendium to be published since 1940
when Yugoslavia was drawn into World War II Rabbi David
Hollander, president of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of America,
has sent a memorandum to the Armed Forces asking the Government
to make provisions for kosher kitchens in installations which maintain
Jewish chaplains. "The observance of Jewish dietary laws is not merely
a convenience but a religious obligation." Rabbi Hollander declared
The Army is giving serious consideration to his request
The largest Torah Convocation ever to be conducted for Jewish
military personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces will be held at Fort Dix
on March 1. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will address a "Judaism Day" assem
bly of some 3.000 Jewish servicemen in the Fort Dix sports arena .
The American Jewish Congress is doubtful whether the "package" of
eleven Civil Rights Bills, introduced by the Liberal bloc in the Senate,
will ever be enacted. The introduction of the Bill "is simply a gesture,
no longer serving any useful purpose." Congress leaders say Jewish
participation in the military services of the U.S. will be highlighted at
.special ceremonies at West Point on Sunday, March 6, when the national
Tercentenary' Committee on Military Participation will pay tribute to
its first graduating class of 1802 consisting of two persons, one of whom
was a Jew, Simon M. Lavy.
Israel
The Turkish-Iraqi Treaty, so bitterly opposed by Egypt, will be
signed this month in Bagdad. The Treaty, which obligates the two
countries to "collaborate in order to oppose by joint measure any ag-
gression directed against them, whatever source." creates the first
wedge within the Arab League ... In Cairo. Egyptian Minister of Na-
tional Guidance, Major Salah Salem, ridiculed the timidity and indeci-
sion of the leaders of the other Arab States who failed to take a definite
stand against Iraq Major General E. L. M. Burns, Chief of the UN
I nice Staff, has presented a plan to Israel and Jordan calling for closer
contact between local commanders in the Jerusalem area Iraq is now
ready to embark upon the decisive phase of a gigantic irrigation and
flood control program designed to recreate the conditions that nurtured
the worlds first highly developed civilization in the Tigris-Euphrates
22S : T#n 'T rd **" 9irl* ,h ** "*" community in
Ethiopia have arrived in l.ra.l where they will spend two years at Kfar
Batya near Raanana and then return as leaders in their communities
. Israel has arranged a calendar of festivals and other special events
as a means of developing into a year-round tourist center, the Jewish
Agency's 1955 Tourist issue of Economic Horizons announces
^elnf,1,khDrb,S,li.mKAb Rh"' e*P"^ing his gratitude to Israei
P^Vhe ?edum ,r,bes'told Minuter of Health Yosef Serlin at a
special Bedum feast that "the State of Israel has invested mill ons of
pounds ,n making the dessert flourish; it has shown ft7greTt interes
m^easmg our hard, nomadic life and in making my tribe a settled! peo
Aluf Joseph Avidar has been appointed Israel Ambassador to the
l?V Un'on. replacing Dr. Shmuel Aliashiv According to pU*
Shifreet, Minister of Police, Israel has less than 1000inwi. a, ,.
end of 1954 only 947 were held in prisons ^JTi^tt^Si
Europe
w.,7"^86!!'" Philnarm Orchestra, half of, whose member, wer.
N.z.s and who*, temporary conductor, Herbert von K?!
r'J Jh!n lsonyng t0 the VA late ,his month ^r a tour of 19 cf.ies
Gerhart von Westerman. the orchestra manager also a nJi hn
questioned about the possibility of U.S. opposition stTted- "it i. n
s.ble there will be no objection to us. We mus Jrove that rlU/h
nothing to do with politics." ... The Soviet Ea.t fiLm!i f
in the days of the Prussian kings ... A Western diplomat in Moscow
t" ^^WYhnf hefthh0UKghtlab0Ut the <**"** i" You cant explain this by logic." ... Dr. Nahum Goldmann in Paris
last week accu*^ Au.tri. of .tailing on the enactment of l.gi'slatigci to
V""^tL^ I Wrld W*r hw*"P*- The Austrian Government
he said, had failed to carry out its promises despite numerous assur
ances Political leader, in Fr.nc. look forward to an e.Hy return
of Pierre Mendo* France to the Premier.hip. They do not believe any
one else could hold the French Government together.
Professor of Medicine Plans
Dr Herman L. Blumgart pro-
fessor of medicine at Harvard Med-
ical School and a leading heart
specialist, will deliver two lee
lures this week at the University
of Miami Medical School.
Friday afternoon, in the medical
school auditorium. Dr. Blumgart
will discuss "Complete Heart
Block." Saturday morning, he will
talk to UM second and third year
Two Lectures at U of M
i medical students at Jackson Hos-
'pital on "The Pathologic Physiol-
ogy of Angina Pectoris and Some
Clinical Implications."
Dr. Blumgart is phy*ician-in-
chief of the Beth Israel Hospital in
j Boston, in addition to his profes-
sorship at Harvard. He is well
known as a cardo-vascular author-
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Music Month Progr
American Jcw^h
Louise-Brandeis Chapter!
a meeting at the A!gier'
Monday noon, Feb 28
ish Music Month for thai
Cantor Irving Robinson]
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sing and partake in a w
cussion of Jewish musd
meaning. Robert Strassbu
accompanist.
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