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

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

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Ciwhhhn THE ifW/SH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.32
__ Number 8
Miami. Florida. Friday. February 21. 1958
32 Paces
Two Se^,io-'s
Price 20*
nWDjS HIGHUGHT
rtional UJA Confab
\}n Miami Beach Mar. 2
Will Honor Rosenwald
j Fm lhe Hrst time since its inception in 1939. the nation-wide United
uhApponl will inaugurate a new campaign with a tribute to an out-
ing leader. William Rosenwald. a founder of the UJA. will receive
unique honor at the UJA's 1958 national inaugural dinner to be held
teFontaincbleau ho,cl in Miami Beach Sundv- Mar 2
1 in making the announcement,*
JA general chairman Morm W.
W4SSWS HtCTinu 'CO
Will AM R0SINW410
. eveied it.vice
erinstein said that 'this unpre-
dented tribute focusing the
innal opening of a new c"m"
ion honoring an individual
Hlf be paid to a leader with an
^paralleled record of service."
j mat the forthcoming na-
ill inaugural would set in mo-
.1 the UJA's 20th annual drive,
jrinsttin pointed out that "Wil-
i.m Rosenwald was a key figure
lerganiiing the UJA in the dark
riod of 1938 as the unified fund-
instrument of American
wry to aid Jews overseas.
"In the following two decades
was a decisive force in the
irk which sustained hundreds ol
housa&dsoi Jewish lives through
: the world and which brought
bore than a million Jewish refu-
ses to ireedom in Israel and
countries."
Berinstein, bailing Uoscnwald's
tork as L'JA general chairman
the last three campaigns of
|955 through 1957, -which led the
L'JA to increasingly higher levels
[ achievement," added that "it is
brtunate that Mr Ilo-enwald will
lontinue to give his brilliant guid-
ance arid energetic efforts to the
pA in many leading capacities.
pcluuint; his new post at UJA na-
il chairman representing the
: Distribution Committee, the
rganization he has helped direct
|ince 1955."
Attesting to the high esteem
Continued on Page 3A
Ben-Gurion Loses Battle
To Change Voting System
JERUSALEM(JTA>The Israel Parliament gave final approval
this week to a bill which will keep unimpaired the present proportional
representation system of election of Knesset deputies. Tiie action came
after two lengthy sessions which saw the defeat of Mapai and general
Zionist proposals for reforming Israel's electoral set-up and bringing it
closer toward the American two-party form. _____
The final vote was unanimous*
96 for, none against and no absten
tidns. despite the strongest Mapai
pleas for a direct representation
system. Just before the final vote
the Mapai deputies caucused and
decided, by a one vote majority, to
vote for the measure because the
party favored most of the provis-
ons of the electoral reform taw.
The first vote came on a
Mapai-sponsored plan to divide
the country into 120 local constit-
uencies with each unit sending a
deputy to Kr.esset on the basis of
majcrity vote in the district. At
present, parties electioneer on a
nation-wide basis and deputies
re chosen on tt basis of pro-
portional representation. That
proposal -was beaten, 73 to 42.
The General Zionists then pro-
posed a plan to set up 30 districts
with three deputies to be elected,^ "^ part>,s prcsidcnlial n0m-
from each unit and the renaming ^"JJ^-p,^ are wings of
the old Radical party, the Frondizi
group being more extreme in plans
for nationalization and freedea
from any alien influence. When
the United Radical party opposed
Peron in the last elections in 1952.
Balbin and Frondizi headed the tic-
ket for offices of President and
Vice President, respectively.
Dr. Frondizi's party has nom-
inated Jews as gubernatoral can-
didates in two provinces. Those
candidates n Or. Luis Gutnisky
for Formosa Province, and Dr.
Continued on Pago 2A
Argentine Parties
In Competition
For Jewish Votes
NEW YORK -(JTA> Almost
every party in the forthcoming Ar-
gentinian Presidential anj Con-
gressional elections. lirst elections
there since Peron's ouster, includes
Jewish candidates, according to in-
formation receive.! this week by
the World Jewish Congress here.
Jews figure prominently in th
list< of the two major Argentine
narties. Unim Civica Radical In-
transigente, whose Presidential
candidate is Dr. Arturo Frondizi;
and Union Civica Radical de Pueb
|0, whose leader. Dr. Ricardo Bal-
Syria Opposition
To Merger Rises;
Merchants Angry
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wir
JERUSALEMOpposition in Syria to the merger with Egypt has
spread to include many key Syrian Army officers and leading govern-
ment officials it was reported here Tuesday on the basis of information
from Damascus.
With the initial enthusiasm tbool
the merger beginning to chill
Syria's top military and govern
ment leaders are aDoarently be-
ginning to wonder what their per
sonal positions will be wan (he
merger reduces Damascus to "a
provincial oapilal." Israel experts
reported.
These authorities sail that "the
popular referendum" due later in
February to elect a president of thi
united Arab republic would elec
Nasser with "the usual 09 pcrctn
of the vote."
The vote will be watched close- j
ly in Israel, nevertheless, on the
theory that the degree of voter
participation, as well as the cir-
cumstances preceding and ae-
co-naanying tha referendum, will
influence the pace of the actual
merger.
Protests from Syrians merchant
class have already indicated that
the actual economic merger will not
be implemented for some time, ac-
cording to these Israel experts who
also reportednhat the abolition of
Syria's political par.ies and estab-
lishment of a single national front
narty a'on-r Egyptian lines have
been postponed.
Continued on Pago 12A
[Miami Joins Nationwide
Brotherhood Week Fete
ill MOTHERHOOD SUPPLEMENT M6INNIN6 PC. 7-i
Nationwide observance of Brotherhood Week, sponsored by the
'wnal Conference of Christians and Jews, is being held Feb. 16 to 23.
sident Dwight D. Eisenhower is honorary chairman of the observ-
* Louis B Seltzer, editor, Cleveland Preas is national chairman.
The 1958 ,heme is Brolhernood
llor PMce ;
lit' Live It!-
IP1* shall live
Winners Revealed
Israel Gives OK
To Arab Unions
JTA By Dire9t Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMQualified approv-
al ot the mergers ol Egypt and
Syria, and of Jordan and Iraq, has
been expressed i:i unofficial com-
ments for Arab listeners on the
Israel Arab language radio, it was
disclosed Tuesday.
The broadcasts have pointed
out trat Israel has always favor-
ed Arab liberat.on movement,
I well as genuine unification
1 moves, so that Arab nations csuld
establish genuine independence
and freedom from foreign pres-
sures in tha true interests of their
peoples.
Declaring that Israel*! specific
at.nude will be determined by the
act.ons ot the leaders of lhe new
(fedeia;ions, tlie broadcast declared
that Israel would welcome the
unions if their ruler- Use the oppor-
tunity to raise the Arab peopLs'
siaiidaras ot living and improve the
health, education and economics of
federated states
iome broadcasts have expressed
FOR COMPLETE 0ETA.IS,
SEE '1,000 EXPECTED,' P6. 6-A
Six outstanding personalities will
be cited for contributions in their
respective fields at the Shelton
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. 33rd anniver-
sary celebration Sunday in the
Deauville hotel.
Revealct Wednesday as award
recipients are Ieo Axlrod, humani-
tarianism: E. Albert Pallot, vet-
erans affairs; Abe Aronovitz, gov-
ernment; Harry S. Schwartz. "Mr.
B'nai B'rith;" Fred K. Shochct.
journalism; and Joseph Lipton,
community service.
Continued on Page
Iman.
ice and FreedomBelieve
Support It!that peo-
as one family of
Special events in more than 10,-
W\ ("AliL,.... ...
IJW communities throughout the
,^'ed BUtei will mark Brother
F Week. Programs will ex-
work of the National Con-
which stimulates year-
pwnd programs in schools and
[. churches and synago-
** 'abor-management and
""iunity organizations, and in
"'Papers, magazines, motion
P^'m. radio and television.
^ Purposes of Brotherhood
Continued on Pago 3 A
(fr\ peeney Flees Boston Common
* ~ ... ii-inii extremists have dispose*
e BOSTON After seven and
one-half years of uninterrupted
parading to Boston Common with
military precision each Sunday
afternoon to preach hatred. Leo-
nard J- Feeney. ex communicat-
ed Jesuit priest, and his band or
60-odd followers apparently have
folded their tents and depart-
* The rupture in his activities
was revealed this week in a
statement issued by the Anti-
Dcfamation League of B nai
B'rith which has maintained
For report on recent 1 >>u to
Miami 0/ Slates of the Immaculate
Heart of Marv Wee*. ... As I ''" b> L-'
Mmdhn. Jan. 17. Pr. A.
close surveillance on the harsh-
lv anti-Semitic Feeney group.
HthiiiivUy known as the Slaves
of the Immaculate Heart of
Mary.
The departure from the Com-
mon is related to the fact that
the ex-communicated band of re-
li ious extremists have disposed
of all their Cambridge. Mass.,
property and have moved the lo-
cale of their operations to an old
dwelling situated on a piece of
land. 20 acres large, in the Still
River area of Harvard, Mass.,
near Ayer, Mass.
Police authorities said here
that ths Feeneyites informed
them that "wo are giving up
our loose on the Common and
Continued on Page A
Max Orovitz. Miami Beach
community leader, was Mon-
day elected president of Uni-
ted Fund ol Dade County.
Orovilx is president ol Mt:
S nai Hospital, member of
board of governors oi Greater
Miami Jewish Federation,
and was a president ol Fed-
eration 1945-47.


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2-A
9-JmlstncrkUaii
Friday, February 21,
Argentines Compete for Jewish Vote
Continued from Page 1 A
Arml Edelman fc th Provide*
oF Neuquen. Neither area has
anything lilce a decisive Jewish
vote, but bofS men art r-nid-
ered having good chances of suc-
cess.
Dr. Gutnisky's nomination, the
WJC learned, resulted in the Chris-
Propose 3-Way
Union with Israel
! tian Democratic pirty wail
previous rie-nand that the Formosa
pr vincial constitution should stip-
, ulale that only a Roman Ca hoik
, can be governor. Isaac Breytrr. a
I member of the WJC Consultative
\ Council i.n Argentina and an active
t and communal leader, >-
, or.e of four Jews campaigning for
ess seats as Frondizi party
epresentathrea from the Federal
capital.
,tt<-r I I workers' gnup which.
i/.'.l AorOy before Peron
came to power, joined him and
then Milfereil at his hands.
On the eve of the elections,
Dr. Frordiii issued a message to
the Jewish community, referring
to the fact that this is the first
time that there ere Jewieh nom-
inees for provincial goverrahipi,
and expressing his party's friono-
his party wins. Dr. Frondizi and
he will go to Europe and Israel
early this year. Praise for Israel
as a true example of democracy
came from the Socialist party's
presidential nominee. Dr. Alfredo
L. Palacios. who visited Israel
during the Sinai campaign period.
In the Province of Etitre Rios,
the Conservative party issued a
memorandum recalling that Jewish
jwmpio SS jW l*w
Rabbi Jostph L Racktmky
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
ANKARAA federation of Tur-
ship towards all minority groups
,Cewenrkno^' ffiffB SSJf b\PB MS M.CHIGAN AVENUE, MUM, .IA
creation and rlevelc?me* of Is- Phone JI 1-35M
rael, and exprossod a desire to
seo contact beiwoon Uraol and
Jews of ATientina strongthonod,
so that both countries might pro-
fit culturally, economically and
bin's list includes a
' ^u<:ino-'man. Jose Cohen, who is
campaigning for the Senate. Many
Jewi are candidates for Congres-
sional seats under Balbin's colors,
key. Greece and Israel as a coun- A third Jewish candidate brfov-
Arao ernor is Jose Brusilovsky. who 1
migration into Argentina hid u
facilitated, "thanks to the imm;
tion laws of the old Cooaerrtf
governments."
COMP11TI
PEST
CONTROL
CAU
Nihat Erim. former *, premier | ke. .n the *** & j Alejandro Gornez. who is seeking
, on lists o' the Christie DemocraUc the Vice Presidency <"***";
partv and Partido Laborista. The dia. stated in Buenos A.rcs that if
Prof. Erim. an authority on in.:--------------------------------------------------------------
of Turkey and an influential mem-
ber of the Republican party.
m
TMI
OtKIN
SINCE
ml
WORLD'S LARGEST
ternational law. told a rally that
geopolitical conditions made such
an alliance "imperative." He said
"these three countries could be
uniting as a counter-balance to the
ATab and Slav blocs" in the Huhhe
East.
WHiTt
Wsu-Mnsm
roa eoors and wails
WMCONOmOMAt
4.YEAR i
GUARANTEE
"phone FR 9-1761
TRULY NOLEN, inc.
Fabuhvi O-chid Co'.ecfioi Show Opens this Weekend
A mtil i-million doMar coUection be carried out by exhibitors ant
of over 100.000 orchids from around flower arr.-n.-ers. as well as thy
the world are being gathered to- entire South Florida Orchid Soci-
gether for the 14th annual inter- ety.
national crchid show Friday] ----------------
through Monday in Miami's Bay j |fc cfc()re Cn,zes Qlub
fron Park Auditorium.
To Honor Departing Covpk
Th s orch:d show will really be Nfx, mef..in? of the Sollth shore
internatio-al in flavor, says Lew-, C;ti7ns CUlb Ftb 26 at David
la V. Dorp, general chairman. whitman Ha 3U Wa*hincton
" ave.will take the form of a fare-
well gathering in honor of Mr. and
who are leaving
for Israel.
DAILY PICK-UPS TO NfW YORK
M. L.EBERMAN & SONS
_e we expect greater enthu-i-
MD and more spectacular exhib- ^>|" ''
its especially from our forei0n
neighbors."
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM
NEW JERSEY PH'lADflPHIA BAITIMOW
ALBANY WASHINGTON BOSTON
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Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse
6SS Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353
Represented in orchid blossoms
will be such countries as Hawaii.
England. France. Belgium, South
America and Africa. "Orchids and
Music", this year's theme, will
In charge of the 7:30 p.m. affair
are committee members Joseph
Dube. Max Goldhagen. Walter Le-
bowitz, Mrs. Pauline Thurs'.on and
Mr-. Hannah Spiro. Presiding
chairman is Louis Shafkin.
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ISRAEL TRADINGS
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FOOD PARCEL CERTIFICATES
Kosher M-ot, Coffee, Nescafe, etc.
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Sweets fer Israel Certificates
All Electrical and Gas Appliances,
Bicycles, Gifts for Israel,
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'All Travel Arrangements. Israel.
Europe We save you 10^ on your
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Shipping of Used Clothing, Cars,
Tracks, Gifts, Etc.
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
Serving the Jewish Community Since 1925
MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charges
3253 S.W. Sth ST. Two Story White Bldg. Opposite Woodlawn umefcrf
Open Sundays Phone HI 4-1414
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417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Rerween Fourth and Fifth It*.
Telephone JE 1 9017
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f February 21, 1958
vJewlstncrictiari
3-A
>*
[Miami Joins
[Brotherhood
[Celebration
Centiiwed trem Page 1 *
wk accordina to Dr. Everett R;
-portunity to reded.cate them-
TM ., individuals to the .deal.
"' t for paopla and human
It*. "w,rv to rma,i,# *
.Tactical thing* that paopla can
di hi prom"'* undarsanding and
raalii-tion of those idaals. Bre-
ihtrfcood Weak is assanfialK* a
c,mp.in against *M*2
ind bigotries that diefigore and
distort religious, businass, social
#nd political ralatiom."
The big promotion during Bro-
therhood Week, according to Dr.
flinch)-, will be to urge people
to do more than gi\'e the prin-
ciples of brotherhood mere lip ser-
vice. "By getting to know the
other fellow, the one who has a
different creed, race or national
origin than yours, by under-
sUnding his viewpoint, his ambi-
tions snd goals, you will find old
prejudices disappear. You'll find
that we are all one family made
strong md great by the very dif-
ferences that so many times
divide us as individuals and
groups. You'll learn to accept or
reject a person strictly on his
merits as a human being and not
because he happens to be differ-
ent from you."
Monthly Meeting Scheduled
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center will hold its month-
ly meeting at the Pub restaurant
Mar. 5, Mrs. Jerry Baker announ-
ced Wednesday.
The group held a membership
luncheon Wednesday noon at the
home of Mrs. Juan Marger
Dr. Belkin Warns Against Neglect of
Humanities, Heavy Stress on Science
Overemphasis on scientific education and neglect of the human-
ities will prorfuce a generation of "human Sputniks" who have techno-
logical skills but no intellectual freedom. Dr. Samuel Belkin, president
of Yesh-va University in New York City, told The Jewish Floridian
Wednesday.
Dr. Bcixin was to speak, along
with Dr. Benjamin Fine, education
editor of The New York Times, and
WCKT-TV news commentator Bill
Shadcll at a Dcauville hotel Thurs-
day night dinner forum in behalf of
the nation's first university under
Jewish auspices. Max J. Etra,
chairman of the board of trustees
of Yeshiva, was to serve as chair-
man of the national meeting.
Dr. Balkin also announced that
the Albert Einstein College of
National UJA Confab Mar. 2
Will Honor William Rosenwald
Continued from Peg* 1 A
and warm regard in which Rosen-
wald is held at home and abroad,
distinguished figures from Israel
will join with top communal lead-
ers from all parts of the United
States in honoring him at the UJA
inaugural dinner.
Highlighincj the tribute to Ros-
enwald will be the appearance of
Brig. Gen. Dan Toikowsky, dy-
namic young Commander of the
Israel Air Force, as the major
speaker, and the participation of
Jerry Lewis, America's moat pop-
ular entertainer.
Gen. Toikowsky is a brilliant
representative of the younger
generation of Israel's leadership
on which Israel's future and the
fate of hundreds of thousands of
refugees depends. He developed
the crack A',r Force which kept
the initiative during the Sinai
Medicine of Yeahiva University
has achieved a total of SI5,500,-
000 towards its development
fund goal of $25 million. A total
of more than $450,000 was con-
tributed this year by winter resi-
dents and visitors to South Flor-
ida at a series of meetings cli-
maxed Sunday afternoon at the
For.teinebleau hotel.
At that meeting. Charles Frost,
of Palm Beach, received the first
annual national Albert Einstein
College of Medicine Service Award.
Three of the nation's leading physi-
cians. Leo M. Davidoff. Marcus D
Kogel and Samuel A. Levine spoke
In stressing that a balance must
be maintained between various
I branches of learning. Dr. Belkin
campaign and guards Israel's d?fined the Rational obligations
skies today. He is coming to the f ? "?!*& U*m"?!** .
U.S. for his first visit, to aid the
DER YIDDISHER FORUM
Meets Every Saturday, P.M.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
SATURDAY. FEB. 22
Speaker: VUDEL MARK
Linguist and Teacher
Subject:
"SECULAR Y.DOISHKEIT"
AMNUAL YIVO BANQUET
SUNDAY EVENING,
FEBRUARY 23rcL 1958
at the Seville Hotel
2901 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Guest Speaker:
YUDEL MARK
Subject: "yiddisn Thru the Ages"
UJA's 1958 effort.
Jerry Lewis net only has de-
lighted millions with his humor-
ous roles in television and films,
but he is noted for his philanthro-
pic work, including a number of
arduous TV "telethons."
The forthcoming UJA national
inaugural dinner to honor Rosen-
wald will launch a two-fold cam-
paign for the UJA in 1958. The
UJA seeks to raise a $100 million
Rescue Fund to provide trans-
portation and initial resettlement
aid for tens of thousands of Jews
who will leave Western Europe,
North Africa and other areas of
tension and uncertainty. At the
same time, the UJA's regular
campaign, with a goal of $102.
030,000. must support programs
providing welfare, medical and
rehabilitation services for an ad-
ditional 535,000 Jewish men, wo-
men and children throughout the
world, a majority of them being
new immigrants still inadequately
housed and not yet absorbed into
the Israel economy.
be kept in their proper perspective
The launching of two satellites
by the Soviet Union has frightened
the world into an acceptance of
the importance of science and high-
er education, he said, asserting
that the "concept of education oc-
cupies a central place in the think
ing of mankind."
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACItl
Won't Upset The Stomach
Anacln* not only i-ivas ttrangtr,
(wtr relief from pain of headache
Vat la alae eafer. Won't apeet tae
ateaaach and aae no bad effects. Tea
aae, Anaein la like a doetor'a pre-
scription. That is, Aaacin contains
aet Jest aae bat a eeme.isattee, ef
medically proven, active inajradienta.
cieatlae reaearea ana proved a*
tuuU 4r*i can fWo each etrona yet
eaee safe relief aa Aaaata Ti"
Samef is Speaker
Regular monthly meeting of the
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Friday, February 21.
1958
A Word of Congratulation Equivocation is Dangerous
To Miami's Sholem Lodge
, Arab nations in the
surpris*** A-amiort b*>
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith celebrates its
33rd anniversary Sunday.
Sholem was the first B'nai B'rith organiza-
tion in the Greater Miami area. In ihe inierven-
ing years since its arrival here, B'nai B'rith has
expanded to embrace seven lodges end 12
chapters.
Despite the general growth of the organiza-
tion, Sholem Lodge has maintained its unigue
position. With a membership of some 700, it
has included on its roster a good number of
the top names in Miami political, professional
and business life.
These, together with so many other of
Sholem's membership, have contributed to the
expression of B'nai B'rith ideals through the
programs embraced by the organization.
The Sunday anniversary celebration will
feature Sholem Lodge citations to outstanding
personalities in the iields of government, com-
munity service, journalism and humanitarian-
ism.
In addition, Philip Klutznick, international
president of B'nai B'rith. and a United States
delegate to the recently concluded 12th session
of the United Nations General Assembly, will
be among guests of honor.
This typifies the civic awareness of B'nai
B'rith even as it presses forward its pivotal
activities through such affiliate organizations
as Hillel and Anti-Defamation League, as well
as through its manifold activities in behalf of
the State of Israel.
Greater Miami congratulates Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith on its 33rd birthday.
The Most Colorful Zionist
Rabbi Irving Miller's address before a
pedagogic conference sponsored in New York
by the Jewish Education Committee is a kind of
repetition. This is not the rabbi's fault.
For as long as we can remember, even
prior to his brief but hectic presidency of the
Zionist Organiation of America, Rabbi Miller
has preached spiritual identification.
It is his belief that the relationship between
Israeli and Diaspora Jewry must be mutually
dependent.
Thus. Rabbi Miller, as late as in his last
address before the pedagogic conference, scor-
ed Jews here for their belief that the purpose of
Zionism is at an end. That the existence of a
Jewish State has been achieved, he argued,
does not lessen the Zionist movement's respon-
ibility; it merely shirts emphasis.
The purpose of Zionism today, as he sees
it. must be to maintain the spiritual tie the Jew
feels with Israel as the modern cultural center
of Jewish aspiration. This can best be achiev-
ed, he declared, through a Zionist education
program.
Many other Jewish leaders have preached
this point of view since 1948. But where they
leave off. Rabbi Miller continues and here is
the second side of the coin:
The State of Israel,.for her part, can not af-
ford to look upon Diaspora Jewry as a kind of
temporary historical necessity, which will dis-
appear with time. There will always be a
Diaspora Jewry. Rabbi Miller realistically con-
tends. For Israeli leaders to "excommunicate"
them as Jews by ridicule and insult is to do an
injustice all around.
From a practical point of view. Rabbi Mil-
ler continues to caution Israel and her leaders
to remember that Israel's principal financial
support are the very Diaspora Jews they de-
plore, and that this support will be necessary
for a long time to come if Israel's survival is
to be assured.
An obvious answer to Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion's militant and absurd view expressed
about Diaspora Jewry reveral months ago,
Rabbi Miller once more tangles with propon-
ents of the danaerous and child-like view that
only Israelis can be Jews.
This continues to make Rabbi Miller one
of the most colorful figures in contemporary
Zionism.
The latest merger
Middle East come*-** i
tween Joraan anJ Iraq wao expected almost
from the announcement of the Syria-Egypt fed-
eration.
Over the week'--, the State Department has
been cautious in iis evaluation of the initially
surprising Syria-Egypt tie. But there is more
than suspicion in the belief that the latest mer-
ger comes replete with the blessings of Secre-
tary of State Dulles.
This may very well mean the U.S. looks
upon the Jordan-hag liaison as a "deterrent" to
whatever the Syria-Egypt federation has in
mind. The difficulty here is that the State De-
partment confesses it does not know the Nasser-
Kuwatly intention.
The Middle East is thus b^ainnir" I*
emerge in the light of a checkerboard blind
man's bluff, with power biocs uuyiui.j uic.i-
selves one against the other for no apparent in-
ternal reason. The external reason continues,
of course, to be the East-West cold war struggle.
But if there is to be intelligent diplomacy
brought to this tender area, it seems to us the
intelligence should begin here at home. If. in-
deed, we are setting up presumably pro-West-
ern "deterrent" Arab unions, it is to be hoped
our policy is based on more than this alone.
Experience painfully repeats the lesson of
our foreign policy failure that we are "agin"
too many things, without being for enough
others. If we are against Soviet encroachment
in the Middle East, what are we for so far as the
peoples of the area are concerned?
In setting up Jordan and Iraq as a deter-
rent force against Egypt and Syria, how have
we advanced peace? The answer is we have
not. The basic issue remains what the Arabs,
themselves, "pro-Western" or Communist,
make it the State of Israel.
So long as we pretend Israel does not exist,
we are dangerously close in policy to the
Arabs' fondest wish that Israel shall not
exist.
The Dulles-engineered Baghdad Pact, the
Jordan-Iraq merger as answer to the Syria-
Egypt union, these and countless other political
phenomena continue to ignore what can not
much longer be ignored an effective Israel-
Arab peace. Repeated eguivocation mereiy
heaps confusion upon confusion and makes
conflict in the Middle East a great possibility
with each passing day.

We Must Uproot Prejudice
This is Brotherhood Week, observed
throughout the country each year under the
auspices of the National Conference cf Chris-
tians and Jews.
Brotherhood Week is a time for self-dedica-
tion dedication to the proposition that we
are our brothers' keeper.
The celebration contrasts oddly with cir-
cumstances. We are today in the throes of
augmenting a Supreme Court decision handed
down in May, 1954 a decision designed to
eradicate segregation, to break the artificial
color line that bars men from respecting one
another's dignity and horn recoonizing one an-
other's equality in the eyes of the Maker.
Still with u-> is the evil remembrance of
Little Rock, that violently rent men asunder in
the battle to achieve a state of human integrity
and social decency.
In places far across the world similar evils
cf prejudice and oppression exist. Were we
free from such bigotry in our own land, these
evils would still represent both a challenoe and
a threat to the democratic ideals in which we
personally believe and which are in practice
a part of the precepts of our nation.
That they do exist, shedding sensitive light
on our own shortcomings, makes it all the more
mandatory for us to fight and defeat the spectre
that is prejudice, the cisease that is discrimina-
tion.
Brotherhood year-round should be the
greatest crusade of our time. Until the realiza-
tion of such a crusade, we look to Brotherhood
. vJ?.- ? *lmbolic amation of our inner-
most belief in human psrfectability cf resoect
for and try-., in our neighbors reaardloss of their
religious faith or skin color.
Our First President Who Fought that All Men Would be Eq
He Objects to the Jewish Treni\
Toward a Conversion Movement]
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
COME COLUMNS AGO we took sharp issue with Rabbi Ira Eii
* stein. Keconstructionist thinker, on the wisdom of organized |
selytizing by Jews. Dr. Eiscnstein said in essence that if a few i
standing Catholics were to become converted to Judaism the
cussion would be an immeasurable boon to Jewish survival,
columnist took the view that if we cannot draw upon our own
strange sprayings will not water our neglected garden into bloon
Judaism does not seek converts, and in fact ever since the I
of the Talmud the trend has been to discourage would-be converts.
\ulh*n Zi.-rm MmrJ Seven Arts Feature columnist dm week lututilMa'
jvr !.,!/ Minolm'l "During t'r.e Wre\ As I See It.'

out of purist motivation but on the logic that the Individual se
new religious pastures may in the end perhaps be magnetized by 1
native tradition. Of course this is not to infer that the traditional,
ish attitude townrd converting others to our faith has been a hosilet
tn fact. Jewish history is seeded with heroic and unmatched I
by converts. A "ger," or convert, according to the Talmud, is M I
looked upon as if he stood at Sinai at "Matan Torah." the siving i
the law. We even look charitably on "gerim" whose conversion ste
med more from amorous ties than personal conviction. We hart
always welcomed the "ger" once he passed our threshold, but ttj
never sent out missionaries to lure him to our sanctuaries w*l
promise.
AJJACKS PKOBLIM fUU HAST
DECENTLY ANOTHER PROMINENT rabbi. Dr. Robert Gordis, jo*|
cd the proselytizing band wagon. In an article in the National]
Jewish Monthly published by B'nai B'rith, he advocates a missionary
effort to convert the Japanese to Judaism and a similar nnssii
movement in the United States, albeit on a smaller scale
According to Dr. Gordis there is need for newcomers from otl
backgrounds to give Judaism "a shot in the arm." However, he seen
a bit frightened by his own thesis as when he admits that any !*
scale missionary campaign in the Western world might project U*l
problem of'creating ill-will between Christians and Jews
I am generally loathe to take on rabbis, but here I find m:
m a hassle with two at one time, but so sure am I of my position that|
1 am ready to take on more. What are my credentials for having
disputation with rabbis' They are honorableyears of opening and.
closing the doors of the Yeshiva Isaac Elchanan at a time when If*
dared drean. that the institution would some day flower into a gi
center of Jewish and secular learning in the United States.
MM ISSUf WI1H M. GOKDIS
| WOULD NOT have returned to the theme of converts and proselyiutl
mg if it were not for the fact that Dr. Gordiswho in my estimati*
is one of the most illuminating figures in the American rabbmJt*
and a scholar of rare staturehad not wholly reversed his positw"
on the Jewish attitude toward missionaries. J
Not mote than a year ago he wrote that "the absence of Jewisaj
missionary activity has a tangible historical basis. It does not stemj
he pointed out, from indifference to the spiritual welfare of mej
but. quite the contrary, out of respect for the infinite color of humaj
personality At that time he wrote that "our generation require!
Jewish missionaries to the Jews and, as many thoughtful Chris"*1
have recognized, Christian missionaries to the Christians and t-
the task of such consecrated spirits must be to win" Jews and euro
tians "to a fervent and enlightened loyalty toward their ancestra
religion."
The world perhaps some day will come around to the onene*
that i, the religious and ethical basis of Judaism. If i do* -|
be the Victory of an idea and not the result of salesmanship To me "
orM missionary is repugnant whether in the Jewish or l hrisu
sense.



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Lday evening. 7.30 p.m., a spec-
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i[ .:n have been sent an,
t o' ViN.tion.1 Federa-
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K.ic.1 Things We C.n Do for
therhood." Rabbi Leon Krmv
.mntual leader of Beth Sno-
'."nd the Rev Laurence Yen-
i0( the Church-by the-Sea will
and consultative capacity for or-
ganizations sponsoring internal ob-
servances of Israel'* tenth anni-
versary.
The events planned on the local
level, he said, would be coordinated
with a series of programs being
developed on a national level.
"That* observance* of Israel's
tenth yoar of indepindance, i.i
Greater Miami and lh cjv.iw
the free werld," Myer* said,
"will r.ot only pay tribute fj the
Stale o? Israel, but wiH mark a
deciiuj of oeveiopment for the
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Some 300 communities in the
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Committee chairman Stanley C.
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ship of more than 20.000. would
complete plans for a series of
major events to mark Israel s tenth
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The Greater Miami Committee
it the local chapter of a nation-
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Council of South Florida. Labor
Zionists. Jewish War Veterans, the
I Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
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mittee. in addition to sponsoring
several maior community wide
events, would act in a coordinating
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1925-58: 33 Years of Sholem Lodge Progress
The boom was not the only
thing that took place in Miami
in 1925. On Apr. 4 of that yea',
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
was organized, the first lodge of
its kind in South F'lorida.
Amen, those active in the e:ir-
ly years of the formation and
development of the loci^e were
Harry Simonhoff. Dr. Samuel
Aronovitz. Pincus Scheinberg,
Samuel Schindler. Jack. Apte.
Win. Friedman. Isaac Levin, Sol
Goldstrom, Rudy Adler, J. Louis
Shochet. and W. L. Williams.
The first president was Pin-
cus Scheinberg, followed by
Dr. Samuel Aronovitz.
1,000 Expected at Sholem lodge Fete;
Klutznick to Join Dignitaries on Sunday
Some 1 000 persons are expect-
ed to attend the 33rd anniversary
celebration of Sholem Lod<>\
B'nai B'rith, Sunday evening, 6:30
p.m.. in the Napoleon room of the
Deauville hotel.
Highli/ht of the evening will be
the presentation of awards to men
of achievement in the fields of
veterans affairs, community serv-
ice, journalism, humanitariansm
and government.
Co-chairmen of the anniversary
celebration Col. Sidney Palmer.
Robert J. Lewison and Bernard
Newmark said Wednesday that
dignitaries present will include
Robert Kin" Hieh. Kenneth Oka
and Keith Phillips, mayors of Mi-
ami. Miami Beach ana Coral Ga-
bles, respectively
Philip Klutznick, internation-
al president of B'nai B'rith and
a member of the United States
delegation to the recently con-
cluded 12th session of t. e LM
Genere! Assembly, will also at-
tend, together with Ben Morris,
of the nat.anal B'n^i B'rith cao-
inet.
1
HAKKY SCHWARTZ
Sholem Lodge pr I lent Harry
S. Schwartz has appointed E. Al-
bert Pallot. president of District 5,
and Stanley D. Caiden. president
of the South Florida Council,
join him on a committee assisting
the co-chairmen cf the 33rd anni-
versary event.
Parkor. Frank Jaffe. Joseph Ray-
1 Martin Budnick. Byron Edel-
man, Abe Aronovitz, Morton W.
Palmer. Joel Lewis. Dr. Frank
(oret, Dr Leo Braverman.
Robert Lessne, Jerome Wein-
kle. Aaron Budnick, Man-in Rau-
zin. Harry Goodman, William Pal-
lot. Edward S. Klein. Bernard Lib-
to erman. State Att irney Richard
Gerstein, Judfe Milton Fried-
man, Judge Albert S. Dubbin.
Judge Mitchell M. Goldman.
Judge Sam Silver, Judge Sidney
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Chronologically, presidents of
Sholem Lodge since then have
been: 1930 Isaac Levin: 1931
W. L. Williams; 1932 -1936 -
Isaac Levin: 1937 Nathaniel
Fdelman: 1938 Elry Stone;
1939 E. Albert Pallot: 1940
J. Aaron Abbott: 1941 Hon.
Abe Aronovitz; 1942 Burnett
Roth.
1943 Louis Heiman: 1944
Judge Milton A. Friedman; 1945
- Harold Turk; 1946 E. Albert
FalleW J947 John Kronenfeld;.
1948 Judge Sam Silver; 1949
Marx Fabcr; 1950 Sidney M.
Aronovitz; 1951 Jerome H.
Weinkle.
1952 Judge William L. Pal-
lot; 1953 Edward S. Roth; 1954
Marvin Rauzin; 1955 Joseph
Rayvis; 1956 Stanley Caidin;
1957 Harry S. Schwartz.
Sholem Ledge hat engaged
in all the activities of B'nai
B'rith, such as cooperation with
the anti-Defamation League,
Hillel Foundations, B'nai B'rith
Youth Organiiation, Armed
Services and Veterans pro-
grams, Americanism and Citi-
zenship programs, aid to Is-
rael, adult education, and
others.
The lodge has achieved dis-
tinctive success, gaining wide
recognition for conducting the
Outstanding Citizenship Award
contest each year in Dade coun-
ty, and by sponsoring high
school debate contests.
During the war years, Sholem
Lodge received the highest
awards from the government for
sellin j more War Bonds and do-
nating more blood than any oth-
er organization in Dade couny.
Many of the members of Sho-
lem Lodge have achieved out-
standing public success, such as
past president Abe Aronovitz.
who became the first Jewish
mayor in the history of Miami;
pa-t president Burnett Roth, as
vice mayor of Miami Beach;
past president Harold Turk, who
became mayor of Miami Beach
and a Dade county commission-
er; Louis Heiman, who became
District Grand Lodge 5 president;
Isaac Levin, who also became
E. Albert Pallot "who is president
District Grand Lodge president;
of the District Grand Lodge; Sam
Silver, William Pallot. Milton A.
Friedman and Albert Dubbin,
who have been or are serving
as municipal judges: and Sidney
Segal and Raymond Nathan, as
judges of the small claims court.
Dr. Frank Coret, E. Albert
Pallot. Jack Abbott, Milton A.
Friedman, Sidney Aronovitz and
Elry Stone became president of
the State Federation of B"nai
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Awaits Inbal Troupe Opening Here
tiofic music of th Yemen
RjatMordinary Hebrew sec.
* for-many csaturiei to
Jf& be heard in Miami
u IcraM-s na'ional dance
, oe'rforms at Dade County
1 Wednesday. Feb. 26.
VlSi.rm Beach Auditorium,
Ly. Feb. 27. ___________
Thoush Inbal uses primitiv In-
ruments drums, flute, finder
cymbals, ankle bells, tamborines
ii\j ouuiand.ng modern com-
posers have prepared i.s musical
arrangements, each handling the
folk material according to her per-
sonal interpretation of the individ- j r
ual dance-drama or scene.
Tht erinnal material is derived
rrom traditional Yemenite relig-
ious or secular music or Yeme-v
it* melodies by Sara Levi-Tanai,
director of tte croup.
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Inbal's sets and most of the cos- There have been many attempts
tumes were designed by Aaron to define Inbal. Yet this company
Adar, 34. the busiest stage designer | resists attempts to place it in a
in Israel today. He started design- single category. It is Yemenite;
ing for the stage as a child of 13' it is Israeli; it is folk-lore; it is
for a children's theatre in Ger. I dance and song. And it is theatre,
many. Following service in the Is- One critic has summed it up as "a
raeli Army, he studied stage and | living spirit, a unique treasure',
costume design at Yale University | brought from the far reaches of
in tht* United States. | space and time."
I
warn
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eneffld for additional educational facilities has prompted
Temple Emanu-EI to institute afternoon nursery school session
dciiy from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. under instruction of Mrs.
N'cirr.e Brardeis. Participating in clans projects here are Brian
Siller. Tracy Weiokle, and- KXh Weinkie.________________
Welcome iUtmy 0,hcr ,ibcaries are partici-
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. iMks to be c-nsrdered for the' The winners of the 1957 awards
cud Liberty and Justice Awards are being displayed in connection
American Library Assn. I with the vot.ng at the Miami Pub-
hav leave them in a boa at the lie Library. They are "The Organi-
liami Public Library. The awards zation Man." by William H. Whyte
SS.CW each are given in the Jr., "Harton Fiske Stone: Pillar of
the Law." by Alpheus Thomas Ma-
son, and "Further Fables for Our
Time," by James Thurber.
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ml problems, history and biogra-
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to Join Them in Celebrating Their
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Sunday, Feb. 23,1958 at BO P.M.
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Defrocked Priest, Bigot, Flees Boston Common
mr ,. _. .... of the Jewish Community
Continued from Page 1 A
will rot be meeting there any
longer."
This is significant in view of
the fact that ever since August.
1950. in fair weather, in snow-
storms, in pelting rain, the Feen-
eyites have Ike clock-work
marched from their Cambridge
headquarters to the Charles st
side of Boston Garden to the Mall
for their indulgence in preach-
ments of bigotry.
In the early years of thes meet-
ings. Catholic. Protestant and
Jewish leaders alike were re-
viled, but in recent years, the
Feeneyites have centered prac-
tically all of their fire on Jews,
Israel and Zionism.
Besides meeting on the Com-
mon, the Feeneyites have been
publishing and distributing na-
tionally a monthly bulletin called
The Point." in which they have
repeated many of their anti-Se-
mitic canards and charges made
en the Common. The most recent
issue of "The Point" indicates
that henceforth publishing activi-
ties will be centered at Still Riv-
er. It was further in.iicated that
the next issue of "The Point"
will be skipped because the
Fecney group is preoccupied
with setting up its new retreat.
burin the eight year* of
Feeneyite agitation, the Jewish
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community of Boaton ha* ap-
plied the "quarantine treat-
ment*' to the grevp'f local if
tivifie*. and the Catholic
Church a* well a* the Boston
press have followed the same
policy of refusing to give the
group publicity by engaging in
controversy with Feeney and
his followers. It has been indi-
cated that this "silent treat-
ment" has infuriated the pub-
licity hungry band of malcon-
tents and has damaged the
group's appeals for financial
support.
The Fecney group has received j
some money through the sale of
such books as -Saints to Know
and Love," "Bread of Life."
Gate of Heaven." "The Loyolas
aiid the Cabots," and "Mother of
Cod" at $1 each, especially dur-
ing the Christmas season. Al-
though these publications do not
bear the imprimatur of the
church, many innocent purchas-
ers have bought the material on
the false assumption that they
were supporting a bona fide
Catholic unit.
An examination of the Feeney-
ites' record in Boston shows that
they have created disturbances
at the office of the archdiocesan
newspaper. "The Pilot." in the
study of Msgr. Edward Murray
in Roslindale. and in the law of-
fice of Matthew Brown at the
time Mr. Brown was president
of the Jewtoh Community Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Boston.
In recent weeks, it had been re-
vealed that two active members
of the group, apparently, had
dropped out. This was the first
defection since 1949 when Arch-
bishop Cushing proscribed the
meetings and stripped Leonard
Fecney of his priestly responsi
bilities.

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3AN1A JAI-AUI nla:
AJCongress Chief
Due for Talks Here
High Salpeter. national director
of organization for the American
Jewish Congress, is scheduled to
appear in a series of meetings,
sponsored by the chapters in the
Miami Metropolitan area.
Salpeter will be speaking to
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club
Sunday on "The Jewish Outlook
1958."
He will speak to the Louise-
Brandeis chapter of the American
Jewish Congress Monday at the
Algiers hotel. The Miami chapter
meeting will hear Salpeter on Wed-
nesday.
Salpeter's visit to Miami coin-
cides with the opening of an
intensive membership campaign
announced Wednesday by Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, chairman of
the South Florida Council.
In announcing the membership
campaign. Rabbi Rosenberg said >
that hundreds of Miami residents,
who were formerly member- of
Congress in areas in which they
previously resided now have the
opportunity to reafiiliate.
Rabbi Rosenberg called atten-
tion to the Mar. 1C Slenhen S. Wise
meeting scheduled at the Deauville
hotel. An invitation has been ex- j
tended to Sen. Jacob Javits ofj
New York to address the Mar. 16
affair, which will be open to the '
public.
Lincoln Rood at Washington Avenue
8th St. at Washington Ave. 71st and Harding Ave.
260 Sunny Isles Blvd.
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under the guidance of Irving Kap-
lan, was host to a delegation of
youth from the Mount Zion Negro
Baptist Church Sunday evening at
the Temple. The church group was
accompanied by Rev. Emory
Jackson, who acted as moderator
at a featured panel discui
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Ultra-Orthodox Jews Riot in Jerusalem
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I u etched on faces of theM Combined Jewish
keep concern is etcnea j t report3 on refugees
P"1 So^Cartata countries, and their rescue by CIA
leaping from Iron w^am RaUzin. chairman of Liquor
P-a kSSS" nead^Susines, and Profusions Coun-
Ktfon; Abe suiman, n Division. Standing are Wu-
Ear-dlrvin Korach^Aichuect s e firtHon. and
H K L?S DwST Council is made up of business
EwtncpftoS a substantial part of this years
|Sj[lOO.OC3 C!A goal.
Kvision Will Meet Friday
JERUSALEM (JTA) Neturei
Karta demonstrators clashed this
week with Jerusalem police in a
stone-throwing, howlinc protest
against a nearly-completed open
air swimming pool in Jerusalem.
Ten of the most vociferous of the
ultra-Orthodox zealots were arrest-
ed and ten others who resisted ar-
rest were injured in scuffles with
the police. ___________
Leadership Session
I For 'Great Books"
ISeries at Library
Grant N. Home, of New York
Citv. Eastern regional director of
the Great Books Foundation, will
conduct a leadership training in-
stilute this weekend at the Miami
Puhlic Library, 1 Biscayne blvd.
The institute, sponsored jointly
by the Foundation and the library,
will be free to the public.
The sessions are scheduled for
Friday 8 to 10 p.m., and Sunday,
1 to 5 p.m.
Several hundred demonstra-
tors cornjreeeted m a mass Mat-
ing which was addressed by lead-
art who shoutod invectivaa
gainst the Slato of Israel, the
municipality and the promoter*
of the pool, denouncing the fact
that mixed bathing will be per-
mitted.
The leaders invoked a curse on
all who countenanced" the pool
and the assembly roared an
amen." When the meeting ended,
the assembly had grown to 3.000
persons who began to-march en
masse toward the center of Jeru-
salem.
Police tried to divert the march-
ers from the main traffic streets
and the marchers responded with
violence. Police reinforcements
were hastily called up to deal wun
a shower of stones and sticks from
the demonstrators who smashed
down police lines. About half
the demonstrators succeeded[
reaching the Town Hall where thef
shouted invectives against the at*
fathers for licensing the pool.
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| Vabbi YMkov Rosenberg, of
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Jo Plan the annual social function
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First organizational meeting of
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12 offices of Federation. Rabb.
Rosenberg announced.
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7 to 8 p.m., with Mrs. Helga M.
Eason, head of the Community
Relations Department of the Mi-
ami Public Library, and Mrs.
Jessie Adler, organizer of six
Great Books Groups in South
Florida.
Each of the participants will
have a chance to lead part of the
discussions which will centei
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Great Books. It is hoped that indi
viduals who take part in the insti-
tute will be willing to serve as
Great Books leaders, according
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Since the Great Books Founda-
tion was organized in 1947 it hu,
been instrumental in forming more ,
San 1.700 groups with 26.000 mem-
bers. Groups in Dade county arc
in Surfside. N. Miami. S. Mu
and Miami._____
To Honor Abe Goodman
NEW YORK-Some 800 com-
munal Zionist leaders and work-
Trs representing educational and
5a districts and regions through-
out the metropolitan area, are ex
ctedI to attend a metropol tan-
5? Inner Monday evenim! at the
Plaza hotel in honor of Abraham
,linnt.r |, sponsored by the> msu
tuie in cooperation^wUhJhc ZOA.
Xerrer, ro r/,c J*
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Rt.r.-Yehuda (nee r'ea'lmoanJ;rrinC
Robert St. JohJ. wrote J*g
biography of the man culled
^rmt^to^rBVn-Vehuda
bbr*-Vis's ..at
'S.nSrU.nateth3t American
lJiah life has become so involved
01 lhC ar-sCSatL?of modern
"hSSw*hTheth Flondian should
Sav a greater cultural role in the
ft" of ou?community than it pres-
ently does.
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Friday, 9:30 a.m.. on the Morn-1 j f ^ ^___B.fc-t
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Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard..
chairman of the television com-1
mittee of the Rabbinical Assn. of
Greater Miami, has invited Dr.
Thomas Carruth. nationally known
Methodist leaHer who is appearing
in this area in connection with the
World Day of Prayer," to appear
with him on the program.
The discussion will center around
Christian and Jewish Concepts ot
Prayer." ________________
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Palmer Appointed
To Ike Committee
Sidney G. K"sworm, chairman of
the B'nai B'ritll National Commis-
sion on CltiiensMp an! Civic Af-
fairs, anne;:nce,l 'his week in
Washington ihe appointment of Co!.
Sidney H. Palmer t> President
Eisenhower's CominitU 01'
Safety.'
Col. Palmer has b i i.a i I
chairman of the Com nisf j.i on
Citizenship and Civ'c Ai air? for
District 5 by E. A...... Pi
trict president.
J. W. Beths*,' r-.'-;'inV'o- 't?
the President's Cc
Traffic Safety, has i --'
Palmer of his app>i:r.-n: a'l
requested him to I to
Southeast region con.'c-e ice,
comprising states of Alabama,
Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Ken-
tucky, Louisiana, Mississippi,
North Caroline, South Carolina,
Tennessee, Virginia and West Vir-
ginia.
The Southeast region conference
will be held May 29 and 30. the ob-
jectives of which will be to mobil-
ize wider and more effective public
support for the President's high-
v. av safety action program es-
pecially the priority needs as de-
termined by the December, 1957
conference of state and local offi-
cials.
SIDNEY PAW'S
Book Review on Program
A book review by Mrs. Frank
Kerdyke, discussing "Madelaine."
by Catherine Gavin, will follow a
smorgasboard luncheon at the Surf-
side Town Hall under the auspices
of the Women's Division of the
Chamber of Commerce of Surfside.
Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Is-
lands. The affair is Wednesday
nojn. In charge of reservations are
the Mesdames Jane Spier. Nina
Rodman, Chris Klein, Mary Gor-
don, and Rhea Gladwin.
Philip Wylie to Speak
At Sunday UiA Gathering
Philip Wylie will discuss "Has
Civilization a Future?'" at the
monthly Sunday supper meetin-.'.
of the International House Assn.
Miami chapter, Sunday at the
University of Miami.
Author Wylie's most recent book.
"Innocent Ambassadors," recounts
his experiences while traveling
with Mrs. Wylie in countries of the
! East.
Members and their guests will
! gather at 5:30 at the Student Union
for an informal get together, fol-
lowed by the Dutch, treat supper
at pim. in the cafeteria.
Curtain C-oing Up
On Mas'c Festival
Plans are now in readiness to
accommodate a capacity audience
Sunday nitht at the 1958 Jewish
Music Festival
S arting at 8:15 p.m., the cur-|
tain will go up at the auditorium i
of Temple Israel. 137 NE 19 St.,
for a full evening of Jewish music I
and dance, covering a range from |
the most ancient to "firsts" in au
dience presentation anywhere.
This program is presented an-
nually by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center ItT
Cantor's Assn.
Mayor of Miami Beach Kenneth!
Oka will serve as narrator, in1
keeping with the theme "Tribute
to Israel." The two newe>t can-
tors in the community will appear
in the program Cantor Herman
Gottlieb, of Temple Judea. and
Cantor David Conviser, of Temple
Beth Sholom.
The two award-winning com-
posers and their works will be
heard. Paul Klite, first prize
winner in a recent contest here
for original Jewish music, spon-
sored by the Festival commit-
tee, will participate in a duet,
and second prizewinner Dianne
Deutsch will perform a solo at
the piano.
Coordinator for the program
this year was Cantor William Lip-
son, of Beth David Congregation.
There will al-o be a modern
dance presentation, done to Is-
raeli music, and other vocal and
instrumental selections.
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West Miami CJA Kick Off Sunday
Judge Sam I. Silver will b'; i Lodge and also heeded tha B'nai
guest speaker at a social gather-i B'rith Council,
ing Sunday evening at J-^me 0M o{ lhp {ounders of
2i ^lh t.r ^"""'Ihe Coral Gables Jewish Center
5861 SW 13th ter. | Ju(Jea) and iu first
Bender is chairman of the West i ,
Miami area campaign in behalf! pr"""""-
of the Combined Jewish Appeal, | Lor- active in local welfare and
and his guests will be meeting to jf^ZroX" ^ KS
launch the city-wide CJA drive gjong Djjsions of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, the Community
Chest, Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and on boards of
numirous social agencies.

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[hotel owners join forces with some 80 busi-
i and professional croups to help Com-
i Jewish Appeal reach in goal in 1958.
m at a plannina ek Akrie hotel
, Koted (left to right) Sam Lachman. Abe
niOJE1HMUDA
m&
Kurman, Willie Silverstein, Joe Rose, Bob Sil-
verman. Jack August. Standing (left to right)
are Ralph Lachman, Sam Shector, Nate Rat-
ner, Jack Fishman, Joseph Dallet. Dave Bass,
Abe Gurerite, Joe Gardner.
CJA Trades
Chiefs Seek
Fast Drive
Four Combined Jewish Appeal
trades divisions will meet at a
joint dinner Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. at
Chandler's Fan and Bill's restau-
rant.
Business and Professions Coun-
cil chairmen Abe Kurman and
Leo Eisenstein this week urged
combining of the organization's
functions to speed up completion
of the campaign as soon as pos-
sible.
The four divisions represented
at the dinner event will be Build
ers Division, Arthur Shandloff,
chairman; Architect's Division,
Masters (right), chairman of Flagler-Granada area earn-
er, for Combined Jewish Appeal, meets with committee to
an free "Movie Preview Night" Feb. 27, CJA kickolf date
pre. Robert Tauber Gen) is first to step up and sign CJA
dge, as Mis. Sam Goldstein and Robert A. Brown wait their
i. Affair is set for 8 p.m. at Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
nity Center. Area committee members, in addition to Mrs.
bldstein, Tauber and Brown, are Walter Kay, Charles Adel-
on, Sid Stiller, Jesse Freed, Leon Roth, Solomon Essenberg,
[nClein, and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jonas.
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Joel Meyer, chairman; Plumber's
Division, Marvin Markowitz, chair-
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Meisel, chairman.
Meanwhile leaders of tha Food
Division hava been mapping
plans for a social even to launch
thair activities. Chairman Har-
old Friodland and co-chairman
Joseph Cohen are scheduling, a
fond-raising cocktail party for
Wednesday, Mar. 5 at the Fried-
land home, 3758 Prairie ave.
The Liquor Division, headed by
Marvin Rauzin. held a work ses-
i Mon last week with Sam Plotkm
tad Martin White, co-chairmen,
j assistinT with pledge assignments.
Volunteers also attended a din-
ner meeting of the Automotive Di- j
vision headed by William Lehman;
while the Paits and Hardware and
Chemical Unit, directed by Sam
Stark and Jim Abcrman. called
workers together last week at the
Biscavne Terrace hotel.
Other trades groups in action
include the Miami Insurance Di-
on. Harrv Diamond, chairman;
Barber and Beauty Supplies Dm
a, Albert Hirsch. chairman; Mo-
tels Division. Larry Silverman.
chairman; and Needle Trades Di-
vision. Sam Kantor. chairman.
The Banks and Finance Division
will hold a luncheon meeting to
organize its committee Tuesday
noon in the Bod and Reel room of
the Biscavne Terrace hotel, it was
announced by Jay I. Kislak. chair-
man.
Book Review on Calendar
Ner Tamid Sisterhood will meet
! Wednesday, 8 p.m., at the Surfside
Town Hall. Program for the even
ing will be a book review by Miss
Ely** Stern. Mrs. Frank Cohen is
program chairman. Mrs. Sam
iSklar is president.
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Vote Fracas
Continued from Pace 1 A
30 seats to bo allocated on a pro-
porti 'nal basil among those parties
receiving a minimum total vote.
i his was rejected by the tense dep-
uties. 103 to 12.
The Mapai then i Here 1 an al-
prnatiya motion for a chai
(he elecfofSr^syslPn but leaving
details to be worked out lat" r. This
motion was rejected by a 73 to 42
vote.
All parties had recalled deputies
from visits abroad for the crucial
meeting and only five of the 120
deputies were absent. One of the
unusual scenes in the strugglein
which most of Israel*s ten parties
faced the possibility of loss of ident-
ity in the defeated reform propos-
alswas a show of hand by all non-
Mapai party members at the cabi
net table against each of the three
proposals.
The Prime Minister, who has
been campaigning for a two-party
system for years, pot up a power-
ful battle. However, all deputies,
with the exception of those of
Mapai and the General Zionists,
ignored his warning that thtre
was no electoral system more
likely "to undermine democracy
and leave it a prey to destructive
totalitarian forces" than Israel's
present system.
Premier Ben-Gurion argued vig-
orously that the only truly demo-
cratic method was one giving each
citizen the right to choose his spe-
cific representative, and that "it
is no accident that only countries
with proportional representation
have fallen under the sway of to-
talitarian regimes of the rigiit or
left." He charged that the only
party which was sincerely interest-
ed in continuation of the existing
method was the Communist party
"which needs a broken, fragmented
helpless democracy easy to over-
come and liquidate when the time
comes."
The Mapai suffered several other
setbacks as parties crossed coali-
tion lines and formed temporary
alliances to defeat one or another
electoral reform amendments. The
most severe blow came on a pro-
posal by the United Religious par-
ty, a coalition member, which ask
ed that the electoral system be
changed only by a constitutional
majority rather than by a majority
of the deputies present and voting.
Despite a hard fight by the Labor
party this was carried. 56-54.
When the Mapai sat back as an
amendment was pushed through
the House46-27banning rabbis
and other clergymen from candi-
dacy for the Knesset, the United
Religious party joined the Herat
and other groups to ban from Par-
liament senior army officers or
senior public officials. This blow,
aimed directly at the Mapai, was
passed 48-30. The deputies then
swung the meat axe on proposals
to set up a second legislative cham-
ber and to establish a legislative
body to review parliamentary elec-
tion results.
Friday, February 21,
Israel Gives OK
To Arab Unions
Continued from Page 1 A
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tempt at peaceful settlement of the
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of Jews and Arabs alike.
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try to utilize the merged Mat
aggression. Israel would have to
take ;n> entirely different position
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ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
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Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday h:l5 |i m ii:if--t .
Dean : i:i.|.. eaMbrntan ot the i -
partmenl ol miman Rebitlona ut the
I'tilveialt) nf Mbtml. Topic: 'Hjntan
Raaatloiia: A l-..k la the Fuiui.. '
Sutur.h.v in a.m.
Dr. Irving Lohrman, spiritual leader of Tempb Goldbera. secretary; Irwin Solomon, president;
Emanu-El. congratulates newly-installed offi- Dr. Lehrman; Diane Greenberg, second vice
cers of Temple's Young Adult Group. They president; Ray Abrams, first vice president,
are (left to right) Jeny Miller, treasurer; Anita
YIV0 to Climax Membership Drive
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. (Being erect-
ed at 80th at. nd Tatum Waterway.)
Modern Tradit.onat.
KiliUy tsl'i |..m. SurM.le Town Hall
liueat BUeaker: Jmlne l..,ii- II St.ill-
nin, t.i Sii inkle. Tojtlc: "Keeuinaj th<-
i *..\. nant."
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NfORTH MIAMI
131st at. and NE tth ave. Reform
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
a
TEMPLE ZION. 5780 6W 17th at. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waanian.
Prkfav) v.'t.i p.m. Mernion. "in
I'nto the l..ri." Stttnrduy 9 ii in It,
MlUVsUt: RteWart, son ol Mr. .iml M..-
f'liiliti Kau.ntan.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. tSOO N Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraharr
Heraon Cantor Albert Glanu.
P| i | .....; i -1 B|paaki
troi .ilia, fi.ri.or MUM n
Toplr: 'Brotherh.....I' Haturday t a.m
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2AMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Z*
mora ave. Coner-t,ve. Rabbi B
Leon Hiirw.tr. Canto- R..rtin. n-,H
Membership drive of the YIVO umes an! corriDle'e archives of
Committee of Greater Miami will Jewish settlements, which have
be climaxed with a banquet Sun sjnce been destroyed. In addition,
day at the Seville hotel.
Guest speaker will be
Yudel
Mark, noted lecturer and linguist.
Mark is consultant for the Yid-
dish schools of the Jewish Educa
tion Committee of New York.
He will discuss "Yiddish Through
the Ages" at the Sunday evening
banquet.
YIVO, or the Yiddish Scientific
Institute, wtt founded in Vilna,
Poland, .hortly aftar World War
I. With th* outbreak of World
Wtr II, YIVO moved it* head-
quarters to New York.
The organization collects mater
ial pertaining to the heritage of
ihe Jews, particularly of Eastern
Europe.
YIVO also stimulates training in
Jewish scholarship. Its library cur-
rently contains some 250.000 vo|-
the organization publisher monthly
bulletins and scores o[ learned
works on Jewish history, social
science and Yiddish philology.
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Dr. Marcus D. Kogel. Max J. Etra, Charles Frost and Dr. Leo M.
Davidoti are all smiles over presentation of first annual nation-
al Albert Einstein College of Medicine Service Award to Frost
at Fontainebleau hotel Sunday afternoon. Dr. Kogel, dean
of college: Etra, a member of its board of overseers; and Dr.
Davidoii. chairman of department of surgery, participated in
highly successful meeting.
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HILARY MMNDMJN
Israel President Ben-Zvi Writes Testament of Personal Fait
THE EXILED AND THE REDEEMED. By Itih.k Bn-Zvi.
Translated from tha Habraw by Isaac A. Abbady. The
Jewish Publication Society of Amariea: Philadelphia,
Pa. 334 pp. MOO.
THE JEWISH PUBLICATION Society has just publish
"The Exiled and the Redeemed," by Itzhak Ben-Zvi,
President of Israel. Most Zionists and historians know
that Ben-Zvi was as militant a fighter for a Jewish Slate
in Palestine as other of the illustrious names and person-
alities in the movement. But his position as President, in
light At Israel's political system which, like the French
MILTON FRIEDMAN
makes of the Presidency little more than a token post,
puts Ben zJ. further into the background than achieve-
,nensSarr.y,Shis retiring character, less militant than a
Ben-Gurion's for example, shuns the spotlight of fortune
and fame for the ouietude of contemplation. B^Zw is
a man whose mission seems to have been accomplished
and who, as President of Israel, reminisces about the past.
For 73-year-old Ben-Gurion, the future is as important as
6vcr l
Still, "The Exiled and the Redeemed" corrects the
view thai Ben-Zvi is conjent.to rest on his laurels.
Sen. Russell Hoppin' Mad Over Mail Abuse
Washington
A CONTROVERSY EXISTS here over the use of the
franked, official envelopes of the chairman of the
Senate Armed Services Committee for the mailing of anti-
Semitic literature.
The chairman, Sen. Richard B. Russell, Georgia Dem-
ocrat, said he was outraged to learn of use of his envelopes
by the Seaboard White Citizens' Council for anti-Semitic
purposes. The envelopes, he said, were mailed without
his knowledge or authority. He announced that he asked
the post office department to investigate and "take appro-
priate action."
The envelopes contained a solicitation for contribu-
tions to a fund for John Kasper. a segregationist serving a
prison term for contempt of court. He was convicted of
agitation against racial integration of schools in Clinton,
Tenn. Kasper frequently sought to inject anti-Semitism
into his anti-Negro fight.
Another enclosure in the envelopes of the Georgia
Senator was a folder entitled "The Coming Red Dictator-
ship." It asserted that "Asiatic Marxist Jews control en-
tire world." Included was a statement signed by the Sea-
board White Citizens' Council alleging that Kasper was
jailed because he "exposed the Jewish-Communist conspir-
acy behind racial integration."
Sen. Russell's explanation was that the envelopes were
ELiAHL SALPETER
originallv used by the "Committee for Constitutional Gov-
ernment" to maii out reprints of an article against school
integration he inserted in the Congressional Record. The
committee is listed in Anti-Defamation League reports
among extreme right-wing groups. Sen. Russell explained
that he did not personally give the envelopes to the group
but that his administrative assistant did so. Apparently,
the envelopes found their way from the extremist "Com-
mittee for Constitutional Government" to the Seaboard
White Citizens' Council.
The Washington Post commented editorially on the
affair. The newspaper said that "Sen.- Russell balks at
anti-Semitism- But he himself has been vociferous in de-
nouncing Negro groups and he placed the original article in
the Congressional Record. Just as he cannot escape re-
sponsibility for the use made of envelopes supplied by his
office, neither can he escape responsibility for the inevit-
able association of one kind of racism with another."
Sen. Russell's opposition to civil rights and fair em-
ployment legislation is a matter of record. During his
unsuccessful campaign for the Democratic presidential
nomination in 1952, Sen. Russell made extreme attacks
on proponents of civil rights. He said Sen. Estes Kefauver,
Tennessee Democrat, was a partner in a left-wing "legisla-
tive axis" working for civil rights that would bring "social-
ism." He linked Sen. Kefauver with Sen. Paul H. Douglas
of Illinois and Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota.
Echoes of Kastner Case Still Reverberating
Jerusalem
UMHILE THE SUPREME Court in Jerusalem cleared the
" name of the late Dr. Israel Kastner, leader of Hun-
garian Jewry during the second World War, of charges
of rollaboration with the Nazis in the extermination of Hun-
garian Jewry, in a Tel Aviv courtroom, attorneys announ-
ced they would appeal the life imprisonment sentences
meted out by the district court on three men found guilty
of murdering Dr. Kastner a year ago.
It seemed as if fate would not let the tragedy of Hun-
garian Jewry, and actually of entire European Jewry, dis-
appear from the stage of futile litigation, instead of pass-
I. SRAR4HL
New Military Leader
Tel Aviv
IF THE ISRAEL army still follows British military tradi-
tions, it is the responsibility chiefly of its new Chief
of Staff Maj. Gen. Chaim I.askGv. Until recently, this Pal-
estine-trained, deeply dedicated soldier was head of Is-
rael's Southern Command. Fiercely dedicated to the prop-
osition that Israel can only maintain her military super
iority over overwhelming odds, he was one of the major
architects and executors of the 1956 Sinai campaign in
which Israel soundly whipped a numerically superior, bet-
ter armed Egyptian force in less than a week.
Born in Russia in April. 1919. Laskov came to Pales-
tine at the age of five, and settled with his parents in Haifa.
Six years later he was tragically faced with Palestinian
reality when his father was killed by Arab marauders. By
the time Laskov completed his studies in the Haifa M C
ondary school he had already been a member of the Haga-
nah for almost ten years. He climbed the command ladder
in the Haganah and was one of the chief instructors in a
variety of subjects related to combat training. In 1940 he
joined the British forces and two years later was promoted
from the ranks to officer and transferred to a training unit.
When the Jewish Brigade was established in 1944 he be-
came a commander of the company. He was rcl.ascl
from the Brilish army as a major.
On the eve of Israel's War of Liberation he was nom-
inated head of the training division of the new army to-be.
In this position he inaugurated a number of courses which
still form the basis of present Israeli army training
methods. During the War of Liberation he commanded
armor units on the way to Jerusalem, commanded armor
units in Operation Hiram winch conquered Nazareth.
When war subsided he was nominated to head the
training branch in G.H.Q. In 1951 he left for a year of
studies to France and England, returning later to head the
Israeli Air Force. In this post, which he held for two
years, special stress was laid on air to ground cooperation.
inc. it to the tribunal of history, which alone is perhaps
qu.-.lified to pass judgment on such an awesome drama as
the extermination of one-third of the entire Jewish people.
This correspondent still remembers when the whole
"Kastner Case" started, many years ago. in the office of
Dr. Kastner, the director of Public Relations Department
of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Somebody had
brought in a badly mimeographed sheet"Letter No. 17 to
Members of the llapoel Hamizraehi"sent out by Malkiel
Gruenwald. The letter accused Dr. Kastner of assisting
the Nazis in the mass murder of Hungarian Jews, making
personal gain from their tragedy, and after the war testi-
fying before the War Crimes Tribunal in favor of war
criminal Kurt Becher with whom Kastner had dealings
during the last years of the war.
Kastners first reaction was to dismiss the letter as
the work of a crack-pot, feeling thai any argument would
fall into the "when-did-you-stop-beating-vour-wife" cate-
gory. His superior, Dr. Dov Joseph, then Minister of Trade
and Industry and now treasurer of the Jewish Agency dis-
agreed and insisted that Kastner either refute the charges
or hand in his resignation. Thus Kastner had no choice
but agree that the attorney general entrusted by law with
defending the good name of all civil servants sue Malkiel
Gruenwald for criminal libel.
The case came before, district court Justice Dr Halevi
who chose to sit as single judge, instead of convening a full
three-member court, as he was entitled to do. Judge Halevi
acquitted Gruenwald (and thus clearly charged Kastner)
with collaboration with the Nazis, of preparing the ground
for the extermination of Hungarian Jewry, and of testifying
in favor of notorious war criminal Kurt Becher. Juuge
Halevi found Gruenwald guilty only on one count-libelin
Kastner wlh personal gains from the mass murder
Written originally in Hebrew in 1953, under tbJ
"Nidhei Yisrael." the volume has been translated!
French and Spanish and now appears in English
Herman Wouk, has said that "it was my privO,
be one of the first Americans to read President Be
absorbing book. A work of thorough scholarship,,
ing some of the remote and curious communities oil
who have come to light in the great ingathering, J
great- interest for the layman wish any historic a
"The remarkable survival power of the Jewish i_
the Jewish law, and the Jewish religion, under Uie]
fantastically adverse aj4janoj^eonditio,ns. UJ
theme of this colorful book. It is a distinguisheo
to a Jewish library."
President Ben-Zvi has made Jewish ethnogra
special field of study, having written a number of*,
the subject and having taught it at the Hebrew Univi
He collected extensive material on the tribes of the l
East, especially those whose origin is traceable to]
who inhabited that part of the world in the early cefl
o' the Common Era.
Interpreted and collated, this material makes J
highly interesting book on the wide influence exert
Jewish tradition before and since the rise of Islam,!
Another aspect of this story is its connection]
the new State of Israel over which the author
Many of the tribes whose homes had been scatter!
and wide are now in the process of returning to tfel
Irom which their distant ancestors had been exiled^
are now fusing once more into a single people Thed
ol his new book is obvious.
SAIL CARSON
Let's Play 'Pretend'
United Ni
AT THE VERY time the Council of the Baghdad]
** nations was meeting in Ankara, while Syria and]
were plotting "union" of their two countries in i
third, almost unpublicized meeting took place in Ma
Ti'ere, in the ancient intellectual center of Fez. a I
ference was held by the United Nations EduciS
Scientific and Cultural Organization. Present ai |
pants in this conference were not only ten Arab i
There were present also observers from the Meditei
basinTurkey, Greece, Italy, France, Spain and the 1
can. Absentmost conspiciouslywas Israel.
Israel's absence from the UNESCO conference I
went far to illustrate the real meaning of the
Pact and the Egyto-Syrian "union." Both of these I
events, the one in Ankara and the other in Cain>,||
the surface merely to ignore the existence of'
ually, however, all the talkfests, including the owl
w?re saying to the worldnot that Israel doesn't i
'.hat Israel must cease to exist. For it should be t
derstood by this time that any effort to wipe out 1
could result only in world conflict.
Still another conference, held on the day*^"'
flew furiously at Ankara. Cairo antfirY^joi*
Ntw York. It was a meeting of the NationaTZtSnsll
live Council. There. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, prejrf
the Zionist Organization of America, put the spatli
the meaning of the talks at Cairo and Ankara. The|
ned Egypto Syrian "federation," said the ZOA head.|
device than can be held together only by the iron hai
Moscow"a hand ready at all times to cut Isratfrl
As for the Baghdad Pact, which ignores the W*
Israel as an entity in the Middle East, its basic fault
bask "faulty conception" of purpose and policy
Iraq had come to Ankara to press for a discus
the Arab-Israel conflicts. Through recognition l
existence of the Israel-Arab problem. Iraq was all
realisticwhich is more than one can say fur many'
em leaders. Sweeping the Israel-Arab situation
carpet only aggravates the crisis. It would have]
more beneficial of the Baghdad Pact people-P"
those from Washington and Londonhad they recoi
the existence of the situation, then gone on toward an!
at seeking some solutions. Since solution cannot
on Iraq's formulathe path would have led to an en
reaching an understanding between Israel and thej
states, agreeing to some formula for peaceful coex1
(if that expression may be excused).
The Baghdad Pact is, of course, aimed aJ
measure against Soviet agression. But Soviet at"
encompasses the entire Middle East.
RORMS SMOLAR
They Like to Sit at Home and Watch TV
ARfhTHEh J,EW'SH:P?7LATED nothing more
than bedrooms of the big cities- This question has
been ra.sed by leaders of Jewish communities following a
s-uMy ,,,,,,, eted I, the NationalCounol of Jewish Women
The b4 year-old organization had 20 spcciallv-tnimcl wo
men conduct a study on the changing American Jew, h
commumt.es The study, conducted in Zi states. ^
find ^J^SS Pf SUh,""bS ***** a a '<> Pace.
hie b,g cty. In fact. ft. y ,,lsl(.r the suburb nothing
but a bedroom of the big city Thev claim th=t ti!
"J.t sleep there" and are. thereinno e c LuZ
developing a local Jewish community lrfe.
Stadia conducted by other Jewish groups itsJM
firm tins assertion At the same time, however.
the studies show that there are also J**1 ,
Hie suburb "for good" and go into business there
a difference is noted between the "old
"new'' suburbs. In the "new" suburbs Jew> I
active in the syaagogua centers and try t" "*'* 1
community inter. [
In (he suburbs where Jews have been liVJOJ
in (he suburbs where Jews have Deen "**"-,
1 > ears the picture is different. They show 2**^
"tired" of Jewish activities, are not even in ^
the synagogues which they helped to buiM (
fervor. They prefer to sit home in the evenin-
their television sets, or simply go to bed early
must arise early to catch a train for the ci


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Arabs Smear Jews in Algeria Issue
WASHINGTON(JTA)The US lion with recent events in Algeria
Government received reports this and Tunisia.
week from the Middle East describ Cairo's Voice of the Arabs has
ing the injection of anti-Jewish broadcast in Arabic that -most of
propaganda into the Arab League the French parachutists under Gen
outcry against France in connec-1 Mazii. commandrr of the French
parachutist division in Algeria, are
either French or Algerian Jews."
The Egyptian propaganda alleged
that Jews are playing an important
role in French actions against Mos
m nationalists in North Africa.
Friday, February 21,
One Arab report charged that
the Israeli Government asked the
French and Algerian Jews to join
the French armed forces fighting
against the nationalist rebels. This
type of propaganda was increased
after the French a:r twinning of the
Tunisian village of Sakiet Sidi
Yousscf last Saturday. It origin
ites mainly in Cairo.
hUm's Club to Meet
Men's Club of the Israelite
ter wiU sponsor a dance and
Saturday evening, Washing]
birthday, at S p.m. Music iT
Mike Litwin and his orchest
Sunday morning the club
hold its monthly breakfast
ing. Guest speaker will be
Goldman, supervisor of the
zen's Service Bureau.
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contributions to its Special Rescue Fund. This is
required over and above gifts to the regular campaign
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ue Fund


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A highlight of Greater Miami's social season
uill be the formal reception for Miami's Patrons
of Inbal, Israel's national dance theatre The
event will take place in the Rubaiyat room of the
Meiers hotel, immediately following the perform-
ance at Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday.
~T r Mviri weli-known civic leader, is chairman of the
srly c;iMrv0en;'juee for the Celebration of Israel's Tenth
\*W T J* sponsoring the local engagement of Inb.l
lABiivers.->. marking Uriel's tenth year of inde.
* nf 3 aSkMuS Patrons are Mr. and Mr.. Sidnoy An.lr^
k^; Mr. SaTiS*. Mr. and Mr.. Eml. MM. Mr. and
ilb',ni n,r Mr..r.d Mr* Morri. J. Goldin, Mr. and Mr..
^^'.H^'r Mr. Jenni. Gro..inor. Mr. and Mr.. Leon Ell,
r X / G. ..d^Twi., Mr. and Mr.. Ar.hur ^Pak.lr-r Mr.
"'^ ^Rimbim, Mr. and Mr.. Claud* Ren.haw. Mr..
IT', in Mr .n^Mr. May.r ScWna, Mr. and Mr.. Harold
fe JSl'l. Harold Thurm.n, and Mr. and Mr.. Car.
Mr* Dai. Traditional day of sweethearts. Feb^l4 has
, 1 moaning for Mr. and Mr.. Al SS.ro-, They have
tSiiSZXSJ^HaroW'who arr,vcd l?Mng< rcmar,kaby
K.SS a. Boston. Mass. His maternal grandparents are
H.U) ml M.l.ni. Thurm.n, of Coral Gables Harold an in-
Sab e communal worker, is president of Miami Nationa Bank
ik of M^mi Beach ... The paternal grandparents live ui
W ihfnew baby brother wanted 'pronto" by the children of Mr.
mi Mr. Martin Samutlt, of 6860 SW 48th ter., weighed in pronto
Srr,Tl pounds. 15 ounces ... His -handle:" Robert Steven
Looks' like the Samuel, are forming their own pjsse!
A distinguished visitor from South Africa will be guest of honor
I d speaker at the cocktail party hosted by Mr. and Mr.. Loo
Gtlvan. oi Hialeah, this Saturday. Feb. 22 .
The Calvans have informed their friends that Jack Akwander,
former Secretary-General of the South Africa Zionist Organization
will attend The prominent Jewish leader recently visited Israel
He'll bring the guests a behind-the scenes account of the coun-
try's dangerous position today ... .... ,,.
Among the guesta will be many of the CJA Initial Gifts com-
mittee to help the charming Golvan. open CJA drive in their city.
Mr. and Mrs. David Jani, of Buffalo. N.Y. (where its even
I colder than here), were guests of honor at a party in Alan Calo'i
I Celebrity Club hosted for them by Mr. and Mr* Philip Weinatetn,
I of 1120 S. Venetian Way .
Joining the cl, Iration of the Jonl' wedding anniversary were
I Mr. and Mr.. Morris Lapidu*he's the noted architect who created
Ither'onUtaeWeau. Eden Roc and Americana hotels Mr.. Hor-
tw-j. Grew*, Charles Horron and Mr. and Mr.. Philip Schiller of
I New York And Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Oppenhairmr of Sandpiper
j Villas and Mr. and Mr*. Charles R. Jacob.on.
Mr. and Mr. Brot Cipe, of 1077 95th St.. Bay Harbor Island.
[are planning a spring trip to Nassau and Havana as a sequel to the
niveday boat vacation they just completed ... In Havana they
Istayel at the Capri hotel with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brook, of Miami
[Beach ... The Cipo.os also are making tentative plans for a
[September jaunt to Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Morri* Black, of 525 S. Shore dr.. and Mr. and
[Mrs. William Jacobus, neighbors at 495 S. Shore dr.. were co-hosts
Feb. 12 a. luncheon and cards in the Algiers hotel .
Pink and silver was the table motif for the approximately 60
knots all of whom are winter residents from New York. Philadel-
phia. Atlantic City. Chicago. Bethlehem. Pa., and Washington, D.C.
This is one in a series of parties which are annual events, that
he Blacks and JacobuM. tender during the season.
The pood news is out that Jack Mintxar, Park View Island de
Noper. who was stricken with bulbar polio recently, is on the
end .
Friends are hoping for the quick recovery of Abe Ei*enborg,
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel, who's now at Ml. Sinai
lospital.
Honored thiv past Wednesday at a luncheon at the Deauville
*'was Shirlty (Mr.. Aloxandar S.) Greaa. vice president of the
" Academy and wife of the Academy principal The lunch-
sponsored by the school's yearbook committee Shirley
'lsouV u -"- "-----'
"' iivir.. Aioxanoor a>.) u>roos, vice yreaiucm >
'few Academy and wife of the Academy principal The lunch
*as sponsored by the school's yearbook committee Shirk,
llsa uV busy mother of Saul Shraga, Orah Lee, and little Karml.
r. lnd Mr, A)vm L#vio# honored her father,
"'nun. last Feb. 15, with a party at the Federman
Chase *
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Miami. Florida. Friday, February 21. 1958
Section B
Charles E.
o party at the Federman home, 348
The Livmai are from Rockville Center, N.Y.
Waddi
l of Re
*Mln? and gifting the honoree were out of-towners the Lee Feder-
r?- lf>" Will.rd Ftdermans and Reuben Federman. from New
fcf IW a Mr ,nd Mr- S'*ey Err, from Akron, O. And more
fcndj 'rm*n 'amily, Mr*. M. J. Federman from Los Angeles
[ **ph Fdtrman from Syracuse, N.Y.
n Bell. Rang out for Mi*. Harmina Doych, daugh-
* and Mr*. H. Doych, of 1630 SW 4th st.. and Arthur Nord
""- *>n of Mr. and Mra. S. Nordmann of Basle. Switzerland .
|^er married Feb. 20 in Kvutzat Shluchot, Emek Beth Shan,
*nerc they will live after a honeymoon tour of Israel.
IThni******
L0n" ,.Jelann hotel has been chock-full of VIP's recently .
Raw Were 0r- Abraham L. Sachar. president of Brand. 11
* >.who left last Monday, and Judga David Malbki and
urd H.rrka of New York City
West
Photo shows Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt receiving
Zodiac watch from Mrs. Florence Kupperman
at "Jennie Award" luncheon held recently by
Greater Miami and Miami Beach Afternoon
chapters of Women's American ORT here.
Members of Miami Patrons Committee for Inbal. Israel's na-
Suance theatre, which willi perform J Dad. County And-
i orium Feb 26 and at Miami Beach Auditorium Feb. 27 are
k ^.lu nlSJed bv rave reviews Inbal received in New
W preYssPd^g afouUeek engagement prior to Miami
performances^3 to right are Mrs. Oida Rubin. Town Patrons
ErTan Mrs. Daniel Hammond. Mrs. Samuel Sapiro and
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink.
Beth Sholom PTA to Host School
Principals at Institute on Judaism
From left to riaht are Mrs. Medwin Benjamin,
Mrs. Kupperman, Mrs. Roosevelt. Mrs. Jennie
GroKsinger, and Mrs. Margaret Newman
S'.earn.
Heart Fund Hits
Climax en Sunday
The Greater Miami Heart Fund
reaches its climax Sunday when
some 9.200 residents will engage in
their annual Heart Sunday drive.
1 v vast army is lead by 600 cap-
tain-., with Mrs. Alvin Sal ige as
chairman of the collection, which
v. ill be carried on from 2 to 6 ,
\ I funds collected are to D
heart disease.
"With public understanding of
the heart and blood vessel diseases
more widespread than in any pre-
vious war. and with growing re< o I-
nition of the need for research to
provide vital answers to the heart
problem, we expect a considerably
laruer sum in contributions than
last year, when only 6.000 volun-
teers were organized." -said Mrs.
Savage. Heart Sunday chairman.
All of the proceeds of the con-
certed four hour collection will co
to augment Greater Miami's 1058
Heart Fund drive, which started on
Feb. 1. Some $36,000 has been
collected thus far by virtue of this
year's Jewel Ball on Valentine Day
and other dinations
IJ, *'v,ew Country Club's opening fashion show luncheon Feb.
s '.e daytime affair of the season, with as many oi the style
m ,nc audience as on the models .
Making iheir own fashion news were PoMy (Mra. Baron) da
*" Wvt., Mr.. Mitch.ll WoH*on and Mra. Semual Katiman
il'inn a Wairrtrauto wore a grey suit Mrs.
J7, aruch, m navy Italian silk Also there were Mra. Jack
" M'- Htndrik Born*, Mrs. Stuart Cordon and Mra, Jack
- And Mr.. Laonard Tral.tar, Mr.. Leonard A. Wlen and
*" H|p,rif,.
PTA of Temple Beth Sholom w.ll
hold its fourth biennial institute on
Judaism for Miami Beach public
school teachers Saturday. Brother,
hood Sabbath, beginning with ser-
vices at 10 30 a.m., and a luncheon
following at 12:15.
Theme of the discussion at the
luncheon will be Spiritual Aims in
Public Education," discussion lead-
er for which will be Dr. Solomon B.
Freehof, of Temple Rodef Shalom
of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Fraahof h a mambar and
form.r pra.idant of tha Central
Confaranc* o Amo-iean Rabbis.
Ho ha* occupied hi. pulpit m
Pittbur9h .inca 1934, having
coma thara from Mi po e" *>
faculty of tha Mtbrow Union Col-
lage in Cincinnati, O.
Advisory council for the Institute
consists of Miami Beach M.
Kenneth Oka. board mcinb.-r of
Temple Beth Sholom; and Ernes
tine Cox, Mary K. Hogenmullcr,
Irvin W. Katz, Ann Mure, Mabel
T Mi-ner. Herbert Silver, Doris P.
Stockwill. and Christina T Young,
principals ol South Beach Elemen-
tary School. Biscayr.e Elementary
School Miami Beach High Schojl.
North'Beach EWraenUTJf School,
Treasure Island School. Bay Har-
Iwr Elenu-ntary School and Nauti-
lus Junior Hisn School, resp.c-
tively
Also servin? arc Rabbi Her.
bert Baumgard, director of the
South Florida Council. Union of
American Hebrew Congregations:
Judge Harry A. (ireenberg. chair-
man of board of education of Beth
Sholom: Mrs Irving B Kaplan
vice chairman of the Temple board
of education. Mrs Barry A. Lack,
president of Both J.holom PTA;
Rabbi Leon Kron sh, spiritual lead-
er of the Temple; and Sydney J^
GraMBbafg, Saab :,:io.um director of
(.luca'.ion.
In charge of luncheon arrange-
ments are Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan.
Chairman, Ufa. Eugene Weinc, Mrs
Melvin J. Richard, Mrs. Samuel
Hirsch and Mrs. Herbert Limck.-
*f$. AlVIN SAVAGE
prji-p. Carnival Sunday
Sisterhood and TTA of Zamora
Jewish Center will hold a com-
bined bazaar and carnival Sunday
all day at the Center, 44 Zamora
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Friday. February 21,
Her Students Remember Mrs. Zyss
Frieda Zyss is back from a re-
cent trip to Havana, Cuba, where
she took part in an unusual cele-
bration.
Mrs. Zyss is in her first year as
a teacher at Temple Zion relig-
ious school. Before that, she
taught at Temple Beth Sholem in
Hollywood and North Dade Jew-
ish Center.
But her trip to Havana starts at
another point in her life.
She hurriedly left Pruiany, Po-
land,-in 1931, feelinj -tfe-ominous
atmosphere of pre-Hitlar Europe.
Arriving in Havana that year, ana
became a member of the faculty
at Centro Israelite de Cuba.
The Yiddish and Hebrew day
school has a student body of some
400, and Mrs. Zyss rapidly be-
came an important cog in the
school's structure.
In Havana, she met and mar-
ried her late husband, and there
the couple had the first of two
sons. Gerald, who is today 20.
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In 1946, a sister brought the
Zyss fami'y to Ph.ladelphia.
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teaching duties at Temple Sinai.
The arrival of tSeir second son,
Bernard, now ft* 10, and ?*
death of her husband brought
about pivotal changes in her life
-net the least of which included
Mrs. Zyss' move to Florida.
She and her children reside at
1545 Euclid avc. Miami Beach,
and lira. Zvss teaches at Temple
Zion every day. When a call re-
cently came to her from the Cen-
tra Israelita de Cuba to return
lot a celebration. Temple Zion'
spiritual-.leader ..Rabbi Allied
Waxman encouraged her.
Off she went to Havanawhere !
a huge contingent of her former
pupils met Mrs. Zyss on her ar-,
rival at the airport. Festivities '
included an Oneg Shabbat in her
honor following services at the j
Congregation Patronato, with a
special banquet held Saturday |
evening as a tribute to their be-
loved teacher.
The weekend of festivities "*
capped by another "?"*
pupils who brought her to the
plane for Mrs. Zyss' return trfp to
Miami.
Gifts were not the only things
Mrs. Zyss brought back with her.
She had the cherished memory of
15 years of devoted serviceand
a far larger number of equally
devoted pupils who remembd
and love her.
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Proceeds will go for the children
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KiUTZWCK TO BE GUEST SPEAKER
Mrs. Stevens Says CJA Women Chose
Playhouse to Accommodate Audience
Miami Springs Villas Playhouse be held Tuesday noon at the Miami
will be the charming and ele ant! Springs Villas, 500 Deer Run. adja-
setting for the final fund-raising, cent to Curtiss pkwy., and
fellow Jews in all parts of the
world," she said.
Some reservations are still avail-
able by calling reservations chair-
man Mrs. Max Deakter at JE 8-
4331.
function of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Women's Division.
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, chairman
of the Miami campaign?" said
Wednesday that the unusual lo-
I cation was decided upon to ac-
commodate the large attendance
expected from Southwest and sub
urban residents who have never
had an opportunity to participate
in the colorful CJA Women's func-
tion.
way dr. just north of 36th si.
Guest o* honor end principal
speaker will be Philip M. Kluti-
nick, international president of
B'nai B'rith, recognised as ona
of the most dynamic orators in
thVU.S. toUay.fi* traeer* rrrtfre
tWan 100,000 milas a yaar in be-
half of B'nai B'rith and other
Jawish causes.
MIS. fMMCIr.f niDMAH
Women Elect
Mrs. Feldman
Mrs Francine Feldman has boon
LXn president of the Ayidath
|"lebrcw institute Sisterhood.
Ort^rs elected at a recent meet-
,nB are honorary life president.
Mrs Celia Schenker; honorary
presidents. Mrs. Esther Lerm.n
and Mrs. Bertha uroudan; vice
Klutznick was a member of the
U. S. delegation to the United Na-
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presidents. Mrs. Sarah Covin. Mrs.
Hannah Berger, Mrs. Gertrude
Kleinberg and Mrs. Bessie U-
vine; treasurer. Mrs. Frances Ul-
lian; financial secretary. Mrs. Sol
Kalchman; recording secretary.
Mrs Ruth Feldman; corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Ruth Harweod.
Board of directors are the Mes-
dames Esther Lerman. Leah Fine.
Tibby Ratnoff. Sydell Rosenberg,
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Dina Babok, Solomon Greenberger,
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Belsky. Estelle Novick, Irene Sanct
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6 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle,
25 Washington ave. Mrs, Bea Cole
is in charge of the affair. Proceeds
are for the lodges sick and distress
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turned to construction and city
planning in the 1940s and directed
the development of the suburban
community of Park Forest, 111. He
serves as a member of the Housing
Commission currently surveying
minority group housing under a
grant from the Fund for the Re-
public.
Chairman of Town Luncheon Un-
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Mrs. Aaron Farr, Woman's Diy-
vision campaign chairman, this
week announced that her divi-
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MRS. ROBERT BUI
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Exchange Vows
Miss Barbara Charlotte Ruben-
stein and Robert Rice Bell were
married Sunday afternoon, Feb. 16
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Calig in Golden Beach. The ere
monv was followed by a receptior
at the Golden Gate hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Benjamin J. Rubenstein.
of 5781 SW 25th St., Miami. Tin
groom is the son uf Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin H. Bell. Maplewood. N.J.
Miss Sheila Bell, sister-in-law of
the bride, was maid of honor, and
holly Ami bernsieiii. a Ur*c-yeai
old c,pnyn, wasjlp\vej5:rl.
Stanley Gellcr acted as best man
and ring bearer was six-year-ok
Jeffrey Bernstein.
The brid wore a ballerina length
gown of white siik with a bodice
of imported French lace. White or
chids were draped over a whiti
Bible for a bouquet.
The bride attended the Univer
sity of Miami and is a formei
Hurricane Honey."
The bridegroom is a graduate ot
the University of Miami, where he
was a member of Kappa Alpha Mu
honorary and Tau Delta Phi socia1
fraternity. He i^ now a stock bro
ker with Kise'.e. King. Libanc
Stout & Co., DuPont Plaza, Miami
MISS ROSENTHAL
MISS GORDON
Rosenthals TeSI
Daughter's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal. '
4850 SW 4th st.. announce the en- j
gagement of their daughter, Jac- |
queline Myrna. to Richard D. j
Roth, son of Mrs. Margaret Roth,.
324 Washington ave.
Miss Rosenthal is a senior at
Miami Senior Hi-.h School.
Her fiance will graduate from
the University of Miami in June.
He plans to do graduate work in
geography.

Gordon Golub
Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon,
Cleveland, Ohio, and Las Vegas.
Nev., announce the engagement
of their daughter. Tobi, to Richard
Arthur Golub. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Golub, North Bay
i\].. Miami Beach.
Plans are being made for a June
wedding and a honeymoon trip to
Europe.
Miss Gordon, a graduate of Las'
Vegas High School, attended the!
University of Miami. Mr. Golub
graduated from Miami Beach High
School and the University of Flor-
ida, where he was a member of
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
i *
Aron Sholinsky
Miss Selma Rose Aron and Ar-
thur Sholinsky are engaged. They
plan to be married in September.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Aron, 2494 SW 26th
In. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Brandeis Ladies'
Meeting to Plot
Life Membership
Board of directors meeting of the
Greater Miami chapter of the Na
tional Women's Committee of Bran
deis University will be held Friday,
10:30 a.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Harold Turk. 5574 Collins ave.
Plans for a life membership lea.
to be held Mar. 20 at the home of
Mrs. Seymour Heller, of N. Bay rd.
will be formulated.
The tea will bo under the chair-
manship of Mr. Albert Jacobs
and Mrs. Solomon Margolis.
The life membership program is
making possible the realization of
a Brandeis University Library thai
will meet the ever-growing needs of
the faculty and students at the
Waltliam, Mass.. campuf. .
There are currently 11,000 life
members enrolled with the Na-
tional Women's Committee in some
100 chapters throughout the United
States.
Headed by Mrs. Sidney M. Sch-
wartz, the Greater Miami chapter
has 800 members, of whom 185 arc
life members.
Samuel Sholinsky. Flushing, N.Y.
Miss Aron, a graduate of Miami
High School, attends the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Mr. Sholinsky attended schools
in New York. He graduated from
New York University as an aero-
nautical engineer. In March he
will enter the Air Force as a lieu-
tenant.

Gomer Wolf
Miss Sondra Gomer is engaged
to Harold Wolf.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Gomer, 793 81st st..
Miami Beach. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Wolf, Oceanside,
L.I.. N.Y.
Miss Gomer is a freshman at
the University of Miami. Mr. Wolt
attends Hofstra College in New
York.

Friday, February 21,
MR. M0 MKS. MAHDiL
Testimonial Fetes
Sam Reinhards
More than 250 riuests will be
(-cut at a testimonial dinner
honorinc Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rein-
hard at the Victor hotel Sunday
evening at 7 p.m.
One of the original founders of the
Whiva Torah Vodaath and Mesif
!a in Brooklyn. N.Y., 40 years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard are locally
;no\vn for their activities in the
Hebrew Academy, Home for the
Aued. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration and other religious and
communal organization.-.
"Yeshiva Torah Vodaath is
recognized today as one of the
the foremost theological semi-
naries in America. It maintains
three branches throughout the
Greater New York area and in
Spring Valley, N.Y. Its more
than 1,500 students come from 27
different countries," Sam Wald-
man, dinner chairman, said.
Principal speaker of the evening
will be Dr. David S. Andron. hon-
orary president of the Hebrew
Academy and president of the Mi-
ami Beach District of the Zionist
Organization of America.
Arnold Kemnaro. nfth grade
student at the Hebrew Academy,
will extend greetings to his grand-
parents on behalf of the Reinhard
children.
Mandels to Mark
Golden Wedding
Henry *** Mandel. of 2350
SW 11th ter., Miami, will celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary
Sunday with a 5 p.m. dinner at the
Lincoln Manor restaurant.
Mr and Mrs. Mandel were mar-
ried Feb. 23. 1908. in New York
City.
Mr. Mandel was manufac-
turer of ladies' garments. When
he retired, the couple came to
Miami in 1947.
The Mandels have a daughter,
Mrs Abe .Ann* Bloom, of 551 NW
40th rt Miami, and twa sons,.Mar-
tin and Albert, of New York. They
will be present to help their parents
mark the golden wedding occasion.
The couple also have nine grand-
children, four of whom will attend
the Sunday affair for family and
friends.
*r J\Utzva^
$27,483 Tallied
By CJA Women
Israel is the free world's best
guarantee against Russian Com-
munist infiltration in the Middle
East and complete domination of
the free world by the Soviets.
This was the message delivered
by Helen Gahagan Douglas at the
Combined Jewish Appeal Beach
Luncheon Unlimited at the Deau-
ville hotel Tuesday, before 700
members of the Women's Division.
She asked American Jewry to
support the Rescue Fund to bring
escapees out of oppressed coun-
tries. The group raised $27,483 for
the 50 agencies of CJA. Mrs. Jerry
Blank and Mrs. Samuel Sakrais
were luncheon chairmen.
GMJCC Institute
For Teachers Set
Home and School Work To-
gether" is the theme of the second
institute <>f tbe current school year.
| sponsored by the Greater Miami
'Jewish Community (enter for nur-
sery school and kindergarten teach-
ers in the community. The session
will be held Thursday ev.-ning.
Feb. 27, at the Center's Town
Branch, 450 SW 16th ave.
Authorities in this field will
share a panel with representative
parents. On the specialists side
will be Jeannettc Schwartz, chief
p-ychiatrie soeinl worker of the
Dade County Child Guidance Clinic,
and Dr. Alma Williams David, head
of the early childhood education de-
partment of the Unitersity of Mi-
ami.
The> twi parents who will
match their thinking with them
are Mrs. Daniel M. Tabas,
mother of five children and a
graduate of the Bank Street
School for .Nursery School Teach-
ers, and Mrs. Solomon Kann,
mother of three and chairman of
the GMJCC county nursery
school committee.
Acting as moderator wMI be Mrs.
MaurteC Grossman, GMJCC nurs-
, cry school supervisor.
Sixty professional teachers on
\ the preschool level, coming from
| synagogues and from Jewish Fed-
, eration and United Fund agencies,
attended the first GMJCC institute
this year, which was held in De-
cember.
Steven Talbert, son of
and Mrs. jack Paraen, iSj
NE 12th ave.. N. Mk mi Btad
will become Par M'"zvah !
rrdav. Feb. 22, c! Ccngie
tion Monticello Park. Rah
Isaac Lerer will officia
Steven is a student ut N.!
ami Beach Junior High,
will be honored at a party <
Alters hotel Sunday.
Jackie Kaufman
Bar Mitzvah
Jackie, son of Mr. and Mi
Harry Kaufman, 7301 Hud
ave., will celebrate his Bar Mi
vah Saturday, 9:30 a.m., at T
Temple.
Jackie is a student at Orisj
School, where be is, active in I
Science Club and the 'QxFonSflj
school newspaper.
He is also on tbe Dean'!
and has made the Honor Roll i
| eral times during the
| school year.
Kabbi Abraham M. tassel
officiate. Kiddush will follow i
Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
They Host Teen-Agers
On Saturday night Feb. 15, Mr.
and Mrs. Dale Regent and Mrs.
Zvi Feinstein were hosts to the
Ner Tamid Youth Social, which
began at 8 p.m. This was the larg-
est turnout since the club's incep-
tion.
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Beth Sholom Sisterhood
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Israel's tenth anniversary was
celebrated at a meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom
Wednesday, in the new Temple aud-
itorium, according to Mrs. Sol S.
Pine, president.
"Israel Sings Israel Dances."
was the theme of the afternoon's
program, which chairman and vice
president Mrs. William Yanowitr
presented.
Cantor David Conviser. music di-
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Yanowitz.
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*Jewistfhrk/ian
Council to Honor Organization
Leaders at Meet in Beth Shclom
, Rational Fund will meet
in in Um P^t.o *.
Slh S'n.ilom.
2 Broad, president (rf Uw
cil -2i i ihe iiec-uu *
JScauJ t<- snoring JNF
* ,..matci orsa uuu
utafi Dav drive in Deccmuor.
Kn,S,rom l-ae." will fe
fc, Miami Beach Lounci}-
Bed from an extensive
visit
Leon J. Ell, member of the
JNF national advisary uoard,
will giv an account of t. eco-
nomic development and growth
of tha Stata of lraol during lit
ton yoaro since its birth.
Cantor Abraham Seil. of Knescth
Israel Congre&atim. will present a
program of musical numbers. He
will be accompanied at the piano
>yy...lJy-.FHed. music director of
Temple Beth Sholotn.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowilz, execu
ive chairman of 'he JNF Council.
trlO recognize and honor the fol-
lowing Hadassah loaders:
The Mesdames Jack Davis, Tag
Day chairman and president of I.
R. Goodman; Ida Sapcrstcin. Bran-
ltis: Murray Schwartzman, Han
nah fenesch; Malka Shklair. Henri-
'Miami Concert Orchestra
les Program for Sunday
\m concert ol the new year
|fce presented Sunday. F*^ 23,
Ijlpni.. b\ the North Miami Con- i)an renescn, maiw snsamr, ncuw-
[orchestra S *iety in the North etta gzold; Sylvia Ariesohn. Aviva;
p- Bernard Schildhjuse. Chai; Mil
A
lal.Senior Hie* School juditor-
Ni; 9th ave. and 135th st.
|Selec!ioi,s I" be included in Sun-
nights program are "March
[the llebtersingers," by Wagner;
lWere King," by Adam; "Jesu,
L of Mans Desiring," by Bach;
belude and Fugue in D minor, by |
Lndel; "U Source Ballet Suite.
tOelibes; "La Folia." by Sjpkin;
Dances from "Nell Gwyn,"
Edwarrl German; and "Star-
," by Hoajzy Carmichael.
mured on the program will
guesl soloists Marguerite
braes, soprano, and Philip De
Wano. ter.or.
ford Steinhardt, Menorah; A.
Rosen and Max Fried, Mt. Scopus;
Harold Hurwitz, Chaim Weizmann;
Rose Berlin and Lois Garwood,
Naomi.
Also the Mesdames Esther Gar-
ner, Pioneer Women Club 1; Ida
Bookspan. P'oneer Woman Club 2;
Alice Lefkove, Golda Meir Pioneer
Women; Bessie Adlerbloom. Dov
Mizrachi Womeu; Ida Wessel, Mi-
ami Beach Mizrachi Woman; Lily
Laster, Tamara Mizrachi Women;
Ann Friedman, Beba Idelson Pio-
neer Women.
Story ci most precious qift, "The Gift oi Love." is told through
life of woman in love with her atomic scientist husband and
their adoDted daughter. Lauren Bacall and Robert Stack por-
tray couple, and eight-year-old Evelyn Rudie the.r daughter,
in CinemaScope, color film now playing at Wometco s Carib,
Miami and Miracle Theatres.
Sevitzky to Lead Four UM Concerts
The 32nd season of t h e| his conducting on Jan. 19 and 20.
University of Miami Symphony i he is being brought back for four
5-B
'Anniversary Waltz'
Opens Alley Theatre
'Anniversary Waltz" will open
Fridv at the Alley Theatre, 5711
SW 8th st.
One of the leading roles in the
play, written by Jerome Chodorov
and Joseph Fields, will be taken
by the Alley's coowner, Sid Casell.
Casell will play tho part of Bud
Waiters, th husband in the do-
rrettic comedy. Playing Mr.
V^aJter>inJi-Dedoctigp will bo
Casell's real wife, Betty O'Keefa.
This is the first Alley Theatre
production in which Casell has
taken an acting role. He has pro-
duced and directed other plays at
the theatre.
Others in the "Anniversary
Waltz" case include Irving Pincus
and Vickie Adams as the in-laws;
Juaatta Lopez as the Walter's
daughter: and Mike Krasncr as
, their son.
Public performances will be
given on Friday, Saturday and
Sunday nights only. Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays will be
reserved for club benefits.
Orchestra is of special interest as
it will have one guest conductor
for four pair of concerts instead
of its usual four different guest
conductors.
Fabien Sevitzky, former conduc-
tor of the Indianapolis Symphony
Orchestra for 18 years and now
guest conductor in Europe, evoked
so much enthusiastic response for
foconut Grove Playhouse Offers
Power-Packed Array of Dramas
|Ceorge S. Enj
iconul Grove
Seitita'aeL
Ikncstk nttp
1 tillable Day
W.fkerc

e owner of the j week revealed thai he has corn
Playhouse, this pleted his schedule of plays for the
1957-58 season. A power-packed
array of dramas will bring the
Playhouse's third season to a thrill-
ing finale.
Following "The Chalk Garden."
starring Judith Anderson and Cath-
teen Nesbitt, the current attraction,
and the previously announced pre-
Broadway production of "Plaintiff
in a Pretty Hat." a comedy star
ring British film star Glynis Johns,
the Playhouse will welcome the
, works of three of America's great-
; eat contemporary' authors, starring
four of the outatanding talents of
Broadway and television.
StMtiM the parade of drama
bj7 ILL Stk St. t-MCI
M. MEIDENBERQ. OwnOf
HWWA^'WWWW^* Mar. 17 will be film and television
star Farley Granger in "Picnic."
the Pulitzer Prize and Drama Crit-
ics' Circle Award play by William
Inge.
Following "Picnic," on Mar.
31. Tennesseo William* will onco
again bo represented on tho
Grovo Playhouse stage by "Or-
phcus Descending," his moot re-
cant drama, prosontod on Broad-
way last yoar. Mauroon Staple-
ton, who starred in tho original
production, and Rip Torn, who
has skyrocketed to fame in tele-
vision, will portray tho loading
rolas.
concerts in the 1958-59 season.
Mrs. Marie Volpe, concert man-
ager, said Wednesday.
He will open tho season on Oct.
2 and 27 with an all-orchestral
program.
Sevitzky will also conduct Nov.
16 and 17 with pianist Eugene 1s-
tomin as iuest soloist; Jan. 18 and
19 with violinist Nathan Milstein;
and Feb. 8 and 9 with Ernst von
Dohnanyi. composer-pianist.
John Bitter, permanent conduc-
tor of the University of Miami
i Symphony Orchestra, will conduct
the remainder of the concerts:
Dec. 7 and 8 with soprano Elisa-
beUi Schwarzkopf. Mar. 1 and 2
with soorano Victoria de los An
pcles: Mar. 22 and 23 with Alicia
I Alonso and Igor Youskevitch; Apr. i
I 12 and 13 with violinist Berl Se-
nofsky.
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the role currently being played by
Edward G. Robinson in the touring
company, whose producers have
granted special permission for this
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Middle of the Night." which
opens a two-week engagement Apr.
14, climaxes the 1957 58 seasjn.
ending Apr. 26.
Starting its final week MonJay
The Chalk Garden," will be fol-
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Friday, February 21, 18

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Kaplan,
Miami campaign. Shown at planning session
Beach Physicians Division, distributes Com- at ML Sinai Hospital. ^|*todbgciary
bined Jewish Appeal pledge card assignments of CIA are Drs. Burton D. Levin.g~- Hal
to fellow physicians in preparation for Beach pern, Hyman Turken and Louis G. Lytton.-------
Miss Rosenf eld
In New Term
Saundra Rosenfield was reelect
ed president for a second term of
BZB B'nai B'rith Girls.
Other officers chosen at a recent
meeting are Doris Shaberman, first
vice president; Cynthia Shepper.
second vice president; Barbara
Nesler. recording secretary.
Betsy Sokolof, corresponding sec-
retary; Stephanie Welkind. treas-
urer; Susan Abrams. assistant
treasurer; Inyrid Klein, parlia
mentar.an.
Barbara Melnick. sergeant-at
arms: Brenda Greenberg, editor;
and Elaine Donnerstae. chaplain.
Larry Gold. "BZB Heartthrob,"
will serve as historian.
Local JWV Execs Boosted
To Posts on National Uvtl
Recently appointed national sup-
ply officer of the Jewish War Vet-
i erans of the U.S. is Milton S. Koch,
; past commander of Post 677. The
position includes membership in
the national executive committee
JWV Koch, residing at 1446 Mer-
idian ave.. is well known in Beach
circles for hit civic and veteran
activities.
Also receiving national recogni-
tion is Isidore Karp, of 1146 Biar-
ritz dr. T i national deputy chief aide. He has
been a trustee In Post 677 for the
fast three years.
! S. Florida Mental
'Hospital Benefits
Benefiting the new South Flor-
ida State Mental Hospital will be
a Friday tea and card party spon-
sored by the Soroptimist Interna-
tional Club of Miami Beach.
Open to the public, the party is
scheduled at 8 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Women's Club. 2401 Pine-
tree dr. Admission is by donation,
according to club president Mrs.
Lucylle Tiller.
Fund* will be used to equip
and maintain two occupational
therapy kitchens #or patients et
the Mental Health Hospital.
So far, the club has partially
equipped one kitchen and has given
the hospital six radio-phonograph
combinations and three radios.
Dr. Arnold H. Eicher, superinten-
dent of the hospital, will be at the
party to outline the hospital's ser-
vices to the community.
Brotherhood Theme of Tolfc
"Brotherhood for Peace and
Freedom" will be the topic of
lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf soil
Saturday. 8 p.m. at tne SpmozJ
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct.
musical progra-n in keeping whh
Brotherhood Week will be pre
sented. Also scheduled is noted
compospr Dr. Mordechai SandJ
berg, who will discuss "Music o|
the Psalms."
Life Membership
Luncheon Slated
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-E
wttftoteV-ite annual life member!
ship luncheon Wednesday at the|
Fontainebleau hotel.
The afternoon will feature Ac
cordion Antics" of Larry Blue.|
Photographs of all life member
will be taken for display along
corridors of the Temple Emanu-Ell
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, president,!
said the luncheon is open to liftl
members only.
"However, by joining the orgu-l
ization prior to the luncheon, newl
life members will be Sisterhoodi|
guests for the afternoon," she said.I
"New members will receive il
solid-gold, 14 karat bracelet charm I
in replica of the Temple, and all I
life members' names are inscribed I
in bronze on a special plaque sit-1
uated in the lobby of the miii|
sanctuary."
NEW!
Reception for Boystown of Jerusalem is held at Crown hotel
to spearhead national fund-raising campaign involvinq S300,-
000 for an additional industrial arts building to accommodate
500 students. Pictured (left to right) are Ira Guilden, president
of Boystown, reviewing new building plans with Samuel Rein-
hart and Lawrence J. Laskey. At Crown reception Guilden an-
nounced fcux new Founders: Leo Robinson, Miami Beach;
Samuel Rothberg, Peoria, 11.; Alex Hillman, Palm Beach; and
Samuel Lemberg, New York City.
Smorgasbord at Titereth
Second annual smorgasbord is on
tap for the Sisterhood of Tifereth
Israel Northside Center Sunday, 5
p.m.. at the Center. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Entertainment will include
noted organist Mrs. M. Rawley, tal-
entel singer Jill Jones, and a com-
edy act featuring Ann Harris and
her troupe.
Washington's Birthday fete
Miami chapter of tne National
Children'! Cardiac Hospital
will celebrate George Washington'.-,
birthday Saturday evening at a
desert card party 7he 7 30 p.m.
affair is scheduled for Melvin Co-
hen Hall, 4-5" ier st. In
charge oi ticket! is Mrs Joseph
Spitzer
Hialeah Women
Hear Psychologist
Sisterhood of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center will hold its
regular monthly meeting at the
Center Wednesday at 8 p.m.
The program planned for the
evening will be on Mental Health,
with Dr. Ted Aidman as guest
I .speaker.
Dr. Aidman's topic will be
"Psychology of Parant-Child Re-
lationship," after which the film
"Preface to Life," will be shown.
Husbands Invited
To Auxiliary Meet
An opportunity for husbands to
learn at first hand why their wives
are so active in the work of the
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary.
Jewish Home for the Aged, will pre-
sent itself Tuesday night at the Al
giers hotel, when the next monthly
meeting of the organization takes
place.
Husbands are being invited to
see and hear why ISe auxiliary
attracts so many hundreds of
women, who come regularly to
hear about and participate in the
work they sponsor.
Second Half of Season
Under Way in Dania
The second half of the season is.
well under way at the Dania Jai
Alai Palate and night after night
the "Most Beautiful Sports Palace
.n Florida' resounds to the cheers
of the fans for the spectacular play
by the cesta swingers.
This has been the greatest sea-
son ever at the ^Dania. Palace and
more "celebrities' are seen at Roy
McAndrews' plush arena than at
any other sports plant in the
South.
There are 11 games played
nightly, four singles and seven
doubles. The Daily Double is made
up of the third and fourth games.
WILNO
KOSHER
SALAMI

Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, has arranced for eieht-
year-old Denise Susan Udell, now
appearing with the Studio M Play-
ers, to dance.
Cantor Joseph Malek will prcseni
a special program of songs honor
ing Jewish Music Month, aceom
panied by Olga Bibor Stern at the
piano. Mrs. Doris Rakoff will also
Dr. Aidman received his degree' present a program ol songs,
from the University of Chicago,' ------------------
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NOTICE ONDEH
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and formerly taught at the Univer Sisfernood Meetina Slated-
sity of Miami and the University *,>,K'n9va meeting i.aiej,
Games Night Due Tuesday
Dade Heights Jewish Community
Center Sisterhood will hold
ersity
of Wisconsin. He is now a consult-
ing psychologist in private prac-
tice.
A question and answer period
will follow the presentation.
DELICIOUS REFRESHING
SO GOOD WITH FOOD f
To Honor Scouts
At Fri. Services
Troop 801 of the Girl Scouts of
America under the leadership of
Mrs. Arthur Alperstein and Mrs.
Jacob Bernstein will be honored at
Friday evening services of North
Dade Jewish Center.
Rabbi Henry Okolica said mem-
bers to participate in the service
are Ruth Alperstein, Anne Berg-
man Bonnie Bloom. Susan Danov-
; iky, Marsha Ball. Sheila Bernstein,
Gloria Chaney. Patty De Marco
I and Stephanie Glass.
Also participating will be Susan
Jackman, Diane Keshlansky, Nan-
ette Levine. Trudy Kramer. Jane
Marrow, Roberta Sackstein, Kathy
Schweitzer. Amy Schulman. Mar-
lene Shopmaker, Sandra Smira and
Maggie Gordon.
a
membership coffee Monday even-
ing at the home of Mrs. Fred Val-
len, 1465 NW 180th ter. Mrs. Her-
bert Tietzer is chairman.
Sisterhood will sponsor a games
night Wednesday evening at the
Center, with many prizes featured.
Mrs. Hy Raskin ia chairman.
Eagle Scouts
Honored Here
A court of recognition for three
Eagle Scouts of Miami Beach was
held Wednesday. Feb. 12 at the
Treasure Island Elementary
School.
Three Eagles receiving honors
were Bruce Fabric, Sanford Kahn,
and Robert Feigenbaum.
Among the men participating
were Sgt. Aaron Bookspan, of the
Miami Beach Police Department;
apt. Frank Fitzpatrick and Lt.
Robert Teemey, of the Miami
Beach Fire Department; Lt. Bud
Roberta and Life Guard Al Marsh-
all, of the Miami Beach Safety Pa-
trol; Maurice Klein, of the Civil
Defense; Dr. Harry Rimer, Judge
Albert Saperstein, and Rev. Carl
Edwards.
Sisterhood Has Meeting
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
Congregation met Wednesday noon.
Mrs. Archie Coulton and Mrs. Irv-
ing Jacobson were hostesses. Mrs.
Abraham Barkan is PlwtidMIt
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perfectly in such a diet, for these are made with-
out additions of any fat. Yet they are nutritious, delicious
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{Differences are Brotherhood Ideal
By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
Ust week I shared in the Re-
ligion Emphasis program at the
University of Miami. On two oc-
casions I was asked by students
bom I addressed, "Do you think
be day will come when all men
ill ihare in one religion?" The
Point of interest is, not whether
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the answer to such a question is
either "Yes" or "No," but why
the query is made altogether. It
reflects LrequeiiUy observed
human tendency, namely, to bo
Rabbi "Hurot is spiritual leader
of Temple Israel of Greater Miami
and president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
unable to accept the reality of
difference. Majority groups can-
not understand why minorities
persist in their different status.
Members of minorities are dis-
comfited by the things that sep-
arate them from the larger seg-
ments of belief.
Of course some will say that
there is an element of idealism in
the longing for all mankind to
be one. Differences, it is said,
make for suspicion and conflict;
differences distract men from
their primary responsibiUties to
share in the building of a better
world. In a sense this is true
and even religion has added to
the notion by suggesting this as,
the far-off goal of man. "My
house shall be called a house of
prayer for all people," the an-
cient prophet proclaimed.
The prophets, however, always
spoke in messianic terms. It may
oe difficult for us to understand
it, but the comfort which they
held out to their people was usu-
ally the ultimate, the millenial.
the distant consolation. It re-
mained for the rabbis who fol-
lowed the prophets to define the
more immediate perspective.
"The righteous of all people have
a share in the life of the world to
come," these sages taught, and
by so teaching said that not one's
Continued on Paee 8-B
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The Hebrew religion is somewhat
short of six thousand years old.
and Christianity a little less than
two thousand.
This is the twenty-fifth anniver-
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thousand are as a split second in
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Man cannot live by bread alone.
The things of the spirit are the
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this shorl life journey. Brother-
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teaching ... far loo many of us
believe, but do not know. There
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learn. Brotherhood is a quality
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Lip service is not enough. Tol-
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Brotherhood is to be found
men respecting each other
working together fir the
mon good, not because they
different one from the other.
What is to happen "at the j
of time" is purely in the
of the speculative. Perhaps
faiths will one day blend f
one. But this possibility is
nearly so exhilarating a prop
or so challenging a promistj
the fact that men and natr
can find it possible to UtV
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kfGJveTViews on Discrimination
__- ^^-*- *.** tk*U ***nM4r. man Kaina u/itH snarlf in
igas^sss
.to American way
sian propaganda of their superior-
ity in granting equal opportunity.
For thee and other reason, w
should practice brotherhood every
day in the year. Brotherhood
Week presents an opportunity to
rededicate oufaelves to the accep-
tance of every individual as a hu-
man being, with a spark of divin-
ity, to be judged on bis or her own
capacity and merit.
irow profoundly I wish and
pray that when the fiftieth anni-
versary of Brotherhood Week
comes, there will be no need for
it!
*
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of life is
rT-nce-pT of brother-
- others the same
|i3? The Brotherhood of Lahor
KlL to all of us todayla-
fcSm.T.t. government -
BY. '" ,u. nrineiDles 10
i^reetingis
*' *t maintain and expand
7stiVthebenel.lof.ll.
L .c that discrimination
fencer relations is
S the best in our way of
"Sriminanun in industry ..
*It has been estimated that
^"thirv billion dollars a
X the luxury of not using
(Then possible human skills be-
w discriminate in recruit-
fUmotion. and other facets
our employment patterns be-
*J color, creed, national
ion, sex, age. economic status
Jjo use the best person avau-
,lt is inefficient.
Auin, to discriminate is eoiv
lotto principle .fajjr
4hristin htritage and te me
icil principles of the major r-
|MM of the world. The love for
H'lHtiflhbor must mean in prac-
doing unto others as you
| hivt them do to you.
We know. too. that as persons in
KKiHed minority troops receive
iqul oppjrtunities to increase
iktir income, they add to the gen-
El prosperity oi all. In addition,
e cultural gap that exists in cer-
tain areas of our population can
* bridged by increasing the op-
portunities for cultural advance-(
nent when income is increased'
through equal opportunities in the
labor-management field.
, We know that management
drj a, siable community in
Juch to establish new plants.
Discrimination, causing restless-
ness in the community, is there-
lore a handicap to the industrial
apansion of any locality. Dis-
crimination, unrestrained, can
wing anarchy, threatening the
usic structure of our law, which
a addition to protecting human
pad civil rights, protects private
property
We must bo sensitive, too, on
I inteinational level of the Rus-
By GEORGE MEANY
^President, American Federation
of Labor and Congress of
Industrial Organization*
Discrimination because of race,
creed, color or national origin is
contrary to trade union principles
and contrary to the policy of the
AFL-CIO.
Such discrimination in employ
ment or in wages or other condi-
tions of employment is unfair and
has the effect of undermining
wages and labor standards of all
workers. The AFL-CIO looks up
on such discrimination as a road-
block to advancements of labor
and of the whole community to-
ward a higher standard of living.
The AFL-CIO is dedicated to its
drive to bring about the full and
equal rights for all Americans in
every field of life.
Discrimination because of race,
creed, color or national origin is
divisive. It breeds hate, rancor
ar.d conflict. The American labor
movement is conceived in the
idea of brotherhood. Its work
consists of advancing the welfare
of all who work.
Organized labor movement is
founded on the principle of bro-
therhood. We strive and work for
full and general acceptance of
equal opportunity in order to real-
ize the full measure of brother-
hood among men.
Today you are betting your life
on-this country you live in. If
we want to win the prize of
national strength and security
we've got to work together. Let's
respect each other's race and
color and creed. Let's make
Brotherhood Week last all year.
Groucho Marx.
Mrs. W. F. Rockwell
y
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If you want to live the Ameri-
can way, speak up for brother
hood, speak out aainst preju
dice. Bob Hope____________
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"01 N. E. 7*th STRICT
Wt Good WiilMt tor
I'otherhood Wetk
WDE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
966 NX. 80th STREET
Best Wishes for Brotherhood Week .
EQUIPMENT RENTED EXCAVATING GRADING
BRANSFIELD & WHITE INC.
ROCK ROADS FILL
18529 W. DlxU Hwy.
WI 7-9941
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GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Phone PL 4-7041
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To Our Many Friends,
Patrons and Acquaintances .
Brotherhood Wu\ 2'*?i: :
r
Ralph [i. Sclmeshd. & Son
flORID A DISTRIBUTORS
IMcnulocluren' A$tnti
1652 Lenox Avenue
Miami Beach

TO ALL GREETINGS
CAULEY & MARTIN, INC.
COMPLETE INSURANCE FACILITIES
"/Vofctiom to f'rt Yr til*"
Phone TU 7-5511
5353 N.W. 36th STREET

"WHERE TO GET THEM"
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
MARINE SUPPLIES PAINTS and VARNISHES FISHING TACKLE
NAUTICAL CHARTS SHIPMATE I WILLIS ROTTLED 6AS
FREE PARKING and DELIVERY
139 S. Miami Avenue Phone FR 1-6654
i
EEST WISHES TO ALL
WASHBISH LIQUOR STORES
THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU
2025 Weit Flagler Street
1245 S. W. 22nd Street
5858 South Dixie Highway

TO ALL ... A MOST NAPPf MOTHERHOOD
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
127 N.E. 27tti STREET
FwfBHrfiV
MKLFR-LENrESTEY SOPPtT CO.
PHONE FR 1-5414
Poet Catches
Meaning of Fete
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TV great American no*t. Rob-
ert Frost, says "Something there
is which does not like a wall."
It seems that in these words he
expressed the essence and pur-
p>se of Brotherhood WeeK now
being observed.
Today, we live in a world of
dividing walls and iron curtains.
Dr. Lehrman fl Spiritual leader
of Temple mann-l. and a mem-
ber of the Commission on Rcllg'
iOlU Orgdiiirution of the Afdtionjl
Conference of ChtUtMIU and je VI,
Groups, religions, peoples and
nations are each occupied with
their own problems, their own
ambitions and plans, and unfor-
tunately have not yet learned
that there can be no true happi-
ness or peace, either for them
or for mankind, unless walls are
supplanted by bridges, for walls
divide, while bridges unite.
What a challenge this message
is to our beloved America, which.
has become the greatest human,
experiment in the history of man
only because it was founded on
YOU'VE GOT TO II TAUGHT TO HATE
HABDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman, Jr.
6 Months Auto Liability Polkf
2722 Ponce De Leon Bird. Phone HI 3-4607
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AMD CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S.W. 27th Avenue phone m g^g

GREETINGS Help Yourself to Beauty! Ph PL 7-7977
IIIWI\ N BEAUTY SALON
652 N.E. 125th Street North Miami. Florida
OPALESCENT BEAUTY SHOP
3612 S.W. 8th Street Miami Florida
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160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE PI 3-2l7
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EXTERMINATORS
GUARANTEED
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Phone PL 9-5947
the idea that within its borders
people of all races, creeds and
religions could live sympathetic-
ally together.
If I were asked what is Amer-
ica's most cherished principle, I
would say "the right to be differ-
ent." So many of us are obsessed
with the melting pot idea, that
we forget how important it is to
be ourselves. The greatness of
our land has always been the
richness of its strains and back-
grounds. It seems so much like
a symphony orchestra in which
every group represents a differ-
ent instrument, playing its own
SEC
Cement Coat
Beautiful and Decoraure
W aterproonn g
See Your Dealer
Sec Manufacturing Company
"A fntnily Rank"
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH FLORIDA
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
To All Brotherhood Week Greetings
FASHION DESIGNED WOODCRAFT
FURNITURE KITCHENS STORE FIXTURES
4017 Aurora Avenue ftl 8-7615
Coral Gables
ALUMINUM WROUGHT IRON
MADE AND INSTALLED BY

CARUSO IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
2732 N.W. 34th St Phon. m ^
Coohomi OtVono C.I.. '
part different notes, difta
keys, different melodies 4
pioducin,' in its own way-
yet altogether blending hin
iously and beautifully to
a glorious symphony.
If Brotherhood Week has 1
special message for us, it 1
be this: It should tell us
we must be true to ourselves!
that in being ourselves, *|
to make America great -1
each culture, each religion,
group has a part to play, and I
more positive and distinct it |
the more it contributes to I
richness of the Americsn 1
But more than that
thing there is which does
like a wall." Brotherhood
tells us to see beyond ovj
beyond our own interests,
yond our differences, r
across toward each other to I
ate a real feeling of neij
ness and brotherhood, so thatl
Biblical words inscribed on 1
Liberty Bell "Proclaim Ye I
erty Throughout the Land, ttl
the Inhabitants Thereof"
become in truth the guiding I
ciple of our American MEJ
life.
tOTNERNOOP
fftff mil
TO ALL
MEL JACK HERMAN j
KALER PRODUCE 1
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th At#bo
PaeM PR 44174
GREETINGS
Reg's
Appliances
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WISMNOHOtfS'"
12440 NX. 7th AVENUE
PHONE PL 7-7767
C R f E T / N C $
G & E METAL PRODUCTS
OracwiMtsI *
Grills Gote
Perch Roiling'
C.tom Mod* Ato**"-
Storm Shutters
29 N.W. 143r STREET
PhM. Mil I-*"



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wy e#W a National Observance
* __ __.____ -i rfciiiM. mrl and svnaeoeues: community or-
rs the National Conference of Christians and
** "aM i nationwide observance of Brotherhood Week.
sp-tasoredi i n ^^ fc honorary chairman anJ m.il.ons
Ctiristiare -*l Jews wi Fownaed
in 192&by C. arles Evens Hu3.*,
New.on D. B.kec, S. Park .i Cod-
ma*, Refer VV. Straus aiei Canton
J. W. Hayes. l**4 Denver,
Colo., priovAfti2ian^ H*U Mc-
r-ienemir, swygesled the < *or
Brotherhood WeeV ft wa first
observed is a sitl-tie da* > that
1 Week is only a
*er."a8ed in an educa-
Ko ETfe day* of evzry year.
Kf. Protrsi.ants. Catholics
" who_w;thout compro-
conscience of their dis-
anscienc!- oi cascrvo at m- -
pd important rcligious^yyBr.f>|> Natior.il Cuttfefeneo
.;S work Dgelher to ^% t^^tortii the observance
JKjter relationships ainon*
UfiilrcliSions. races and na-
IflS'wark has been calle.l
tiericanasthe4thofJUl>."
\ \CU believes that brother-
Li js giving to others the satne
Lr ad r'8h,s one cU"nS f0F
I"SCCJ believes that brother-
Li can be made a normal and
fril part of everyday living.
] SCCJ believes that coopera-
I mi social and civic concerns
trig Protestants. Catholics and
\i will promote the 'Brother-
o( Man under the Father-
I of God."
Nitionrl Conference ef
irce its Inception.
The purpose of NCCJ is stated
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and Seat Cover*
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Free Parking
I N. W. 3ttB St. Nl 5-0522
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TRUCKS UTTERED
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FAMING FACILITIES
239 N.E. 79th Street
Phone PL 8-3238
rt its bylaws: ". to promote
ustiee. amity, undirstan ling and
cooperation among Protestants.
Catholics and Jews, end to ana
lyie, moderate and finally elim-
inate intergroup prejudices which
disfigure and distort religious,
business, social and political rela-
tions, with a view to establish-
ment of a social order in which
the religious ideals of brotherhood
and justice shall become stan-
dards of human relationships."
The board of directors of the
NCCJ is made up of 200 members
of nearly equal numbers of Pro-
testants. Catholics and Jews.
They represent most geograph-
ical areas, and many economic,
ethnic and social groups of the
United States. The board has
complete policy power and the
authority to decide budget, raise
money, eiect off.cers. authorize
contracts and appoint committees
and commissions.
SerViag under the board are
fiw national commissions and
many national and local commit-
working in these fields:
M-l.ools and colleges; churches
and synagogues; community or-
ganizations; labor and manage-
ment; and mass communications.
Programs in the field of human
relations administered by the
various commissions are student
conferences, teacher workshops,
leadership training, seminars in
industry, human relations cen-
ters, motion pictures, film strips,
research and publication oi stud-
ies on causes and remedies for
prejudice, consultants for easing
tension situations, consultants for
setting up programs for building
brotherhood.
Also institutes for all groups,
news material for mass commun-
ications, feature material for
mass communications, books for
brotherhood, distribution of liter-
ature, scheduling group leaders
and speakers, and recordings and
slides.
TO ALL GREETINGS
f
DOKHORN PRODUCE
2143 N.W. 12th Avenue
Phone FR 9-8411

Peerless Manufacturing Co..
Manufacturer oi
Corrugated Carton, and Carton, lor t*****^
23 N.E. 74th Street
O'NEAL
BLOCK & SEPTIC TANK CO.
siptk '%&'
CLEANS KtCAWED
fNSTAUATKMIS
FtH mKTKHtt
DRAIN FISLOS REPAIRED
Since l27 Sesse **
1388 N.W. 29th Street
Phone NE 5-6431
NCCJ maintains 42 regional eF-
flces which serve 330 chapters.
NCCJ is associated with World
Brotherhood, a world-wide orojen-
ixation it helped to establish in
1*50. World Brotherhood oFftc.s
are located in New York, Teeente,
Honolulu, Rangoon and Geneva
and supervise the work of mere
then 50 chapters throughout the
world.
NCCJ is supported entirely by
voluntary contributions from in-
dividuals, corporations, founda-
tions and organizations.
Former Brotherhood Week
chairmen include Harold E. Stas
sen 1946; John G. Winant 1947;
Robert P. Patterson 1948: Nelson
A. Rockefeller 1949; John L. Sul
livan 1950; Eric Johnston 1951-52;
Roger W. Straus 1953; Thomas E.
Braniff 1984, Ben Duffy 1955;
Harvey S. Firestone. Jr. 1956.
and Louis B. Seltzer 1957-58.
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
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ROOM 206
BISCAYNE BUILDING
BfST WISHES
YELLOW CAB CO.
(Fov-erl, Ckeeker Cefc;
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MIAMI-Pn.n. Ft 4-4141
GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
P. & O. DOCKS
MIAMI
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOOD TOWN
formerly DUUNEYS
Fancy Emits Veeetoel.s Eroiee Foods
Prime NNet. Eeecy Groceries
_ urn """ """ """* ** DEUvm
PHONE IE 8-0551
Miami Sanatorium A
Neurology Institute
Ml
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enue
22?SuHufr\<.
[I" NX KAMI COUIT
h, BiMMtit Treatment of
Alcohol Drei Hab.teohee.
A Private Hespitel for Privet.
Patients ef Leading Nsere-
Psychietries.
Private Roeen, Capacity limiwe.
I Rates Are Flexible.
Phone PI 7-1824 er PI 4-S304
TO All CHfTIWCS
Phono Ft 4-t024 PI -e434
N. A. WHITTIMBURG
WHOUSAU AUTO FAMICS
124* N.I. FUST AVFN1K
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Flamingo Dress Shop
*; lit UNCOUI 10*9. *,w ttACM
Ph.- JI 144U
"for the * All Codea
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TO ALL GREETINGS
B. B. Leigh. Pro*.
H. Goyen. Treoa.
Members National Food Biokera An.
bo\acki<:r & LEICM, inc.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
*0. Box 2210 1134 N.W. 22nd Street Miami 13. Florida
T All Greetings
Ell Witt Ci*ar and Tobace Company
WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES PAPER
WONT YOU
II#n -tt-Tmnpti Cigar.
"THEY'RE BETTER"
-r.T-T PHONE FR 4-8185
73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET Pttunt
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21st Street
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DE BOIIAC TRUCK EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
1N- W. 29th Street *" 1"3Ml
,nitk Sttvic. end Equipment Garwood Sales ane **
'T^ET MAINTENANCE BTEET. FABRICATIOH
cifirmos i
BILL TINDER
SOU PROPESSIONAl
Utssere Ceeree
Uwm ky Apeeteteseef
Ceaselete Uea el oUtf Ifelpeieet
^^h, BUN-r. Ml 4-044
lilt ANASTASIA AVL
Te Mi .. tVeffcerlloefl, Weefc Greetings
BENHIS PRIHTIM6 COMPANY
JOB PRINTING
R. J. BENNIS
1072 AliJ^^_J!f^^^
"fo ALL 7BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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WOLFIETS
RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP
._____. J038 Collina Arenue
195 Lincoln Rood_____________


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Friday, February 21,
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 Northwest Lejeune Road Miami
PHONE NE 4-9761
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
U. S. DREDGING CO.
FILLS CANALS CHANNELS
2974 N.W. N. RIVER DRIVE
J. L. Knowles, Pres.
Phone NE 4-0117
To All Brotherhood Week Greetings
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 West Arenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
PHONE IE 1-0481
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
7737 N.E. i4 AVENUE PHONE PL 1-2404
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
HOLIDAY OKU1MGS JO AIL .
Jackson's Sewing Machine Co.
Complete Selection of Nationally Aivtrtiiei Semi*, Machines
KINTAL. SALES. REPAIRS
PhM TU 7-6412 HI ALE AH 77 HIALEAH DRIVE
IffTfJ
KREMSER RADIATOR COMPANY
1237 N.E. 1st AVENUE r.... PR 3-74*3
Serviced Kepairti Geonei lit cored
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SERVICE
QUALITY
GOOD WILL

"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributor* Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. at Insuluv Glass Block
1601 1619 N.W. 7th Avenue Phene FR 9-0656
MIAMI 30. FLORIDA
To All Brotherhood Week Greetings
Joseph M. Messana
MASON CONTRACTOR
Block Masons Concrete Sidewalks
licensed Insured
Phone MU 1-2998
14080 N.W. 20th Court Miami, Florida
AMERICAN CANVAS PRODUCTS
PHONE FR 9-7f01
"ANYTHING THAT'S MADE Of CANVAS"
553 N.W. 5th STRUT
Hope, Fear May
Mean Progress
By ADLAI E. STEVENSON
A hundred years ago. even 50.
perhaps even 15. to speak of World
Brotherhood was. I suspect, to
n with rhetoric what was at
most a remote ideal. Today, how-
ever, it ha> become an insistent,
demanding reality, thrust upon us
whether we accept it or noi by a
science th : has broken down the
fences- which "'ifa-l "l)c1fore"*sV-p-
arated the peoples of the world.
Recently a new star flashed
across the skies. I Wish it hid
been we who lighted that first
new star. It disturbs me greatly.
as an American, that it was not.
Yet I know, as a citizen of the
world and as a member of tomor-
row, that the basic iaWM ll no
longer the supremacy of nations.
It is the supremacy of man for
good or for evil, for survival or
suicide. The significance of what
has happened lies not in which
nation has first reached into outer
space but in the fact that man has
now obliterated, for better or for
worse, what we used to call time
and distance.
I deny that the satellite is a
portent of disaster. I think rather
GUIDING LIGHT
GREETINGS TO ALL
Aaron Kb,it
DESK
EXCHANGE
Phone HE 4-4024
New mmd Usea" Office Fereitere
2742 M.W. 35th STREET
TO Ml... GKUTINGS
TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO., Inc.
James B. tisrgin
Serving Seetfc Dade Ceeety
m4 South Miami!
525 SO. DIXIE HI6HWAT
Phoae MO 7-0831
of John Donne's marking of the
times in history that "are preg-
nant with those old twins, Hope
and Fear." Surely this is such a
time, a time not of catastrophe
but of choice, not of disaster but
of decision, a time when the pre-
ferment of our aspirations over
our fears Decomes tne duty of cit-
izenship in civilization.
A very large part, I suspect, of
the maturing of mankind to its
present estate has com. from ad-
versity, or the threat of adversity.
More frontiers of what we call
progress have probably been
crossed under the pressure of
necessity then by the power of
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Air-Condi tioned
"Where Friends Meet"
Home Cooking a Specialty
SPAGHETTI
CIVIL ENGINEERS
SURVEYORS
PHOTOSTATS
BLUEPRINTS
Biscayne Engineering Co.
Miami1, Oldest
47 N.W. First St (Opp. Courlhouae) Phone FR 3-5525
DRAWING
MATERIALS
LEVELS
TRANSITS
GREETINGS
Coplan Pipe & Supply Co.
3120 MX Hi AVIMOE ,, ffJ||
Wfeeftfefa Hammim. Pljrrere.
Wfft leeetywert 'hm.m, Fisteres Hjtr P'.-.m, Filters*
GREETINGS
FROM
1
J. R. SPRADLEY & CO.
FOOD BROKERS
5935 N.W. 12th AVENUE
Phone, PL 4-2578
Cewtwn He* Teit Jmtn*\*montm
reesen. Prophets hive ap
all through history to proclaim]
ethic, but humanity hit not I
ed them, and the world has i
dered its wayuntil the hard j
of survival itself has been |
against our too soft mouths.
Now, once again, scienc*
forced humanity to a crown
from which there is no tun
back, no escape and just)
road that leads upward
choice is either extinc-.ion-orl
human brotherhood that basl
the vision of visionaries since.)
beginning of Lime.
I deny that human fulfill
cannot keep pace with mala
advance. We know and mm
sist rather that what was he
ed by the splitting of the as
what is now proclaimed by
earth satellite, is nothing nan
er than man's complete gee
not to exterminate himself, b
control himself.
What that "bleep-bleep" is I
ing is that now the world hi
option, that it must turn
narrow nationalism, sectarian
racialism, that the only cone
able relationship among
one based on men's full resp
yes, their love, if you please
each other.

TO All .. .
GKtlTINCS
CHARLES M. EWING
PIUMBING t HEATINS
CONTRACTOR
431 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
PhotM Ft 40251
SAVOY HOTEL
"Open Year Around"
e ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
e HOMELIKE
252 N.W. Second Street]
PbeM PI 44M2
TO ALL '. .
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGSj
Jose and Lorenio Otero
for
Wooden Jalousie Doors
Call NE 4-3331
3663 N.W. 33rd Street
Miami Florida


Jewish Fkrktetn
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at Gains Made in Civil Liberties
L. "hat derives from bro-
3 t0Kuide it through such
lhours
rL are days of awnmng
t*0?people in the bonds of
justice and common un-J
fcnTJin Brotherhood Week.
1 ^ bv the Nat.onal Con-
,-n, oi Christians and Jews.
r-L a detp and significant
Stha?sl-dd be supported
.Jour people.
L .rmer that can .Held
.ajefae. of democracy must
.ninfercod and ^P"9"*^
MiMjth.preiodices which on*w
r!oornatior,*l umty. Int.l-
U. and bigotry mu.t bo ro-
u(ad by intensive education
,t promoting better race
M, and "second cla" citi-
and creating equal oppor
I far all.
a perpetuation of prejudice and
discrimination.
Paraphrasing the sentiments of
Bernard Baruch, we hope that the
time will come when Brother-
hood Week will be a reminder, not
of the presence of discrimination
in our midat, but of its eradica-
tion.
Universal unrest, new uncer-
tainties and dangers and the shift
in the balance of technological
strength have narrowed man-
kind's choice down to Barbarism
0t Brotherhood.
Common sense dictates the
choicethat people shall live as
one family of man. This is the
theme- of Brotherhood Week. It
should be the theme of our daily
lives. Brotherhood is the true
path to freedom and peace.
Untrue that tins country has
Le tremendous ains in the
eM el civil rights for all our
taw and Brotherhood Week
shad a commendatory share in
Jang to brins these about.
[Tlierc are hopeful signs that
t people are becoming increas-
gly aware that prejudice, dis-
dand hate sap manpower, pro-
Ktion and morale and cause
lets suffering and indignity.
| Brotherhood Week can point
t way but it is the people them-
Ives who must apply mutual re_
ett, tolerance, friendship and
jderstanding to their daily living
[sot just for one week but
^roughout the year. It has often
len said that no problem is too
*at for the American people to
kle onte they understand its
pjuficatinns. It U our belief
lit the innate intelligence and
id nse of the American peo-
i will recognize intolerance for
evil that it is and will take
Kilive steps to crush it.
I We are equally confident that ;
American people will not.
tnt to continue to deprive them-1
lives of our greatest resources
nan intelligence and talentby
Lgr* Calvert cuyl
Hcsmantashen Aid
To Happy Purim
Purim isn't Purim without those
delicious, scrumptious poppy seed
and jam-stuffed cakes called Ham-
antashen. For Hamantashen are
merely a delectable dessert which
one enjoys on a holiday, but in
many ways mey i.nund us of the
event which the holiday com
memorates.
So in preparing for Purim make
ure vou stock up on all the ingred-
ients which go into the making of
flamantashen.
brat,on you can bo sure that
you will find Cord. Calvert being
served and enioyod.
For I'urim be sure you have
plenty ot Lord Calvert on hand.
1 When guests drop in, make their
' treat something special by erving
this fine whiskey with the Ham-
antashen. When you drink a toast
in honor of the celebration, drink
u with Lord Calvert.
' And. by the way. now yon can
i enjoy Lord Calvert in the new aris
i tocratic bo'tle inspired by a 17'h
I century crafsman. You will thus
derive aesthetic as weli as other
pleasures from Lord Calvert.ST.
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I
And another thing which you
should stock up on is Lord Calvert.
the perfect whiskey for the occa
sion. Yes, Lord Calvert and Purim
Hamantashen are both a must and
a natural" for the holiday.
Lord Calvert is truly one of
th world's finest whiskeys. It
is blendod iu* right to achieve
rich whiskoy .flavor and liflht,
dry-tasting character. Mo won-
dor then that it is two wtMskoy
that is so popular in so many
homos. Whonever a royouo
ion arisoswhethor it is a hot i-
day, wodding anniversary. Bar
Mitzvah or any othor kind of cU- -
OGUST BROS RV
is thv BE SI '
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TO All MEETINGS
JOHN V. DEEGAN
ffafistered tool tsfote irofcer
Acreatt Specialist
7*25 ItSCAYNI iOUlEVAID
Ph.,,. fl 4-4*0*
We 0.iPa^TOpa.eSOur C-*n fV, ojf Mot,ma Van,
PHONE TI 3-0615 fOI ESTIMATE
AMERICAN VAN & STORAGE INC
2125 N.W. 1st COURT
Italian and American Dinners
COCKTAUS ITALIAN SPECIALTIES Servi., th. finest M- '' S""
GIOTAHHTS BKSTAI RAXT
BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD WEEK
KING FINISH PLASTER CO.
LIME COLORED PLASTER
Phono FR 3-2031
260 N. W. 27th Strew!
Miami. Florida
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Jtrooij
3THERHOOD GREETINGS
|CL0VER LEAF INDUSTRY
Marbolixod Floor Tile
ppinq Stones Shower
Slalla Potto TIU
Window Sills
I NORTH MIAMI BEACH
WI 7-5767
16S8S N.W. 2nd At.
BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD WEEK
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitt
Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein
TO ALL GREETINGS .
TERRAZZO
For The Floor Beautiful
A. TERRAZZO COMPANY
JOHN AMGNOIE, Owner
545 N.W. 54th Street Phone PL 4-0060
* All G*ffTINCI
GEORGE DEEN
" H0W$ ana ESTATES
'hofc.ee Ft M721
WOltUND ARCADE
W*MI 12, FLORIDA
Greetings to All...
ALBERT PICK HOTELLA
You Will Enjoy Your Stay Here
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
9601 E. Bay Harbor Driy
Greetings To All
Coral Gardens Motel & Apts.
"Apflrfmeiifs Designeol for Grocioos Ihriof"
3622 S.W. Ith Street Miw,i' *"
Phone HI 6-99S0
UN 6-7328
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toLIDAY GREETINGS
Newts Place
fg'J-JEAT C0VIIS
***** Net Cheae>
"* W.rV k Nat t4
"Iff NEWT DO IT"
** ** t. M,. Nt 5.53,4
To All... Brotherhood Week Greetings
Hoover Awning & Mfg. Co.
as-. -~r
AwM* >_^____ C Oarate*
"We Make AaytWf Caawao"
"FOR REAdWdCED CONCRETE PHONE HI 8-2080
Allied Concrete Products, Inc.
3087 S.W. 28th Lane>. Miami. Florida
(One Block North of Dixie Highway)
FRANK S. WTJELKER. President
To All...
Season's Best Wishes
BECKER-DOLAN, INC.
MAOMfi m AU ITS etAMCHES
813 Olympia Building
Phone FR 9-7671


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Friday, Febrve
Men Must Make
CLEANING FLUID
IIIf/ N G S
HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM
Endowed and Incorporate Residential and Transient Keasonakle Rotes Tt- Pircf FftOft
24-Hour Nursing Care for Convoleseeets Invalids Aa.d Roistered Norses # f#C #*
6. E. THARP, Director U$ GRIZ7.ARD, Director
2629 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS
ItltllH.I S TKVVSIIH CO.
1147 N.W. 22nd Street Phone FR 4-4768
Phone HI 4-1539
Auto Pointing
PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS
3388 Douglas Road
SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE
Miami. Florida
10 ALL GREETINGS
Knerson Service <& Repairs
AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE
Restaurant Equipment Reliable Experienced
3450 N. Miami Ave. Phone FR 3-7270
To All Our Friends. Patrons and
Acquaintances Brotherhood Week Greetinqs
Ted's Broadway Battery & Ignition
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
2721 N.W. 36th STRUT, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE NE 4-1331
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances ...
BROTHERHOOD MEEK GREETINGS
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
ATLANTIC ENGINEERING CO.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
4027 PONCE DE LEOH BOULEVARD
AND LAND SURVEYORS
GREETINGS
Investors Diversified Services, Inc.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st National Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
VI P F 1.1: IT G E It
TAXIDERMIST
15899 N.E. 6th Avenue North Miami Ph. WI 7-5991
To All Brotherhood Week Greetings
DODGE INC.
Manufacturers of Silverware, Trophies and Gilts
380 N.E. 60th Street Phone PL 9-5706
Miami 38, Florida
Decorative Chrome Silver Gold
Nickel Bronze Brass
By PHILIP M. TALBOTT
President, Chamber or Commerce
of the United States
It has always seemed to me
that brotherhood must exist be-
tween men as men before it
can exist between races, religious
persuasions, or political creeds. It
follows, therefore, that brother-
hood must exist first in an in-
dividual's own heart, before it can
exist rn a neighborhood, a com-
munity, or between nations.
Surely the Almighty Himself
and the Almighty alone is the
fountainhead of brotherhood, and
our love of Him the beginning of
our love for others. Here are the
greatest commandments and the
most difficult. But until man
obeys them he cannot fulfill his
destiny on earth.
The Olympic ideal of sport for
sport's sake has defied diclators.
out lasted wars and risen above
political strugjes. It will con-
tinue to do so. Sports are most
effective weapons against preju-
dice and intolerance. Avery
Brundage.
OjJWi
CourtI lOMOO JmamI. AON.I
Try Maxwell House Coffee for Fla,
JERRY & MACK
Radiators
Cleaned Repaired Exchanged
(New at Used)
All CORES MANUFACTURED AND
GUARANTEED IN MIAMI BY
JERRY & MACK
REPAIR SERVICE
2034 N.W. 2nd Ave. FR 9-2603
Mac Crillin
What do most people look for Id
a coffee? Flavor and aroma, ol
course. They are what make col
fee so irresistible and so dehghtfu
to most people.
And these are precisely the qual
ities that make Maxwell House Cof
fee so delightful and irresistible to
coffee lovers everywhere. Yes.
coffee and Maxwell House are
practically interchangeable terms.
You think of a good cup of coffee,
and you immediately think of Max
well House, because Maxwell
House is the coffee that is good to
lYuta's
Yacht Basin
1884 N. W. North River
Drire
Phone NE 5-1231
KM GREEN
PLANT FOOD
On Your Lawn?
Startling results can be ob-
tained from this rich plant food
which contains minerals that
will help keep chinch bug* out
of your Lawn. Sold exclusively
'hughes
SEED STORE
114 S. Miami A... Ph. PL 14773
TO ALl BROTHERHOOD rVEER GREETINGS
FENIMORE APARTMENT HOTEL
1200 EUCLID AVENUE pH0#K n 19M1
FLOWERS FOR All OCCASIONS All SORTS OF FIORALS
BONITA GARDENS
"OUR PUASUlt TO SERVE rOU AT UIAS0NABU RATES"
21.0 N.W. 34* STREET mm n ^
ASPHALT MATERIAL CO.
1000 N.W. 57th Avenue
M0 7-2551
Paving With Plant Mixed Asphalt
It's Clean It Wears Longer
-Box 786 Coral Gables
he last drop, the coffee
lavor that is out of this <
Maxwell House uses H|
coffees in the world H \
blend that is truly uniqus, i||
whose aroma, flavor,
strength are truly unmil
Maxwell House is Koeharl
parve and produced und*r|
rabbinical supervision.
So for Purim, malte
stock up on Maxwell House]
quests drop in, treat then)
up of Maxwell House.
ire serving those delicioojl
intashen during the Puria|
wash them down with
House.
Get Instant Maxwell Ito
for that quick cup of col
you don't have to cook.
Maxwell House is not a
for cofffee. It is real coffee,!]
not a powder, not a grind, I
lions of tiny coffee flavor 1
ready to burst into that
istic Maxwell House Coffee |
as soon as you add hoi wateM
SEASON'S BEST
TO ALL
TEFFT'S GO!
BRIDAL &
EVENING WEAR
3546 Coral Way
n
CRffTfNGS
EMERSON LAWNMO.
I SAW SERVICE
METAL & WOOD 6AV
all rms or saws sn*
"Oev Pteasore To Serf '
3454 N.W. 7tHi St. *
GREETINGS...
WE ARE PLEASED TO SERVE YOU
INTERNATIONAL SALES
CORPORATION
1543 S.W. 8th Street
FR 9-1578 or FR 9-9062
INSURANCE FOB AIJ-I
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REQUIREMENTS
Phone FR 3-5761
901 N.E. 2ndAV^


jous Beach
*er, William
Sash, Dead
K5* -no of the last
(""*. f KU1M "10-
rLFeb^H He was 79.
1 munding mem-
' n o. tie Miami
fe If he disastrous
lL!C nc He was a trustee
KmJta Bd Mt. Sin..
'*%,d a bis contributor to
u, had eem hara from
%r. h. had m.*.
I frterMi d Carl *?.
, bfctr of Miami eaech,
Jhi,drmof pro9TO
i Beach, than a nan-
i iwmp.
k when he died WMjji
npt writer Dan Taradash.
hon ,n Academy Award in
l(or his screen version of
, H(re to Eternity."
Ifevfftag arc tnree sisters.
fctssieGradman. Los Angeles^
[ro Fisher. Chicago, and
iTillie Zlnclun. Providence.
, brother. Robert, Los
lei and three grandchildren.
U, Elizabeth, died here in
Les were Feb. 17 in Temple
wider the direction of New-
fcorAm Funeral Home. "En-
JM wa in Woodlawn Me
| Mausoleum.
fast Start for Purim
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president
of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, an-
nounces a Purim luncheon and
card party Wednesday noon. The
affair is under the chairmanship
of Mrs. I. Ruppert and committee
I members Mesdames Wolf Sirot,
I Harry Weiss, Louis Dublin, S. Ke-
linson, Clara Weinstock, Frances
Uliian. Toby Jaffe, Lena Popkin.
Ktgina Basil, Ida Finestone and
R. Benjamin.____________
15-B
Best Wishes for Brotherhood Week
NATIONAL
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COMPANY
rah Daif ch
sses in N.Y.C.
lah Daitch. of Now York City.
|hcre Friday. Feb. 14.
.. Daitch as the mother of I
flelen Cheren. of Coral Gables. \
i was a member of the board
Wees of the United Home for
J Hebrews, East End Syna-
I. and other civic, philanthro-
td religious organizations.
! Daitch family is founder of
|)aitch Crystal Dairies. Inc.,
now operates a chain of
narkets.
|addition to Mrs. Cheren Mrs.
1 leaves her husband, Louis.
grandchildren, two sisters
k brother.
hicc- were in New York Sun-1
Teb. 16.
Mill JTANlfY lAMNOWfTZ
Conservative Jews
To Offer Viewpoint
Starting Feb. 26
Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz will
open the "Cavalcade for Conserva-
tive Judaism" at Beth David Con-
gregation Wednesday.
Rabbi Rabinowitz is spiritual
leader of Adath Jeahurun Syna
gogue in Minneapolis. He was or-
dained by the Jewish Theological
Seminary in June. 1943.
Tha cavalcade of Consorvalivo
Judaism is sponsorod by tha Na-
tional Acadomy of AduH Jaw.sh
Studios in cooperation with tha
United Syna90uo of Amoriea.
!n the Southeast region of the
United Synagogue, the Cavalcade,
in addition to Miami, will cover the
University of Florida at Games-
v.lle, Jacksonville, St. Petersburg.
Macon. Atlanta. Savannah. Birm
ingham, Montgomery and Charles-
ton.
A scries of three lectures has
been arranged for Beth David Con-
gregation. Rabbi Rabinowitz will
speak on "The History and Philos
ophy of the Conservative Move
ment" Wednesday.
Dr. Albort Cordon, of Tompto
E manual, Newten Cantra, Mass.,
will apeak Mar. 19 on "Tho Jew-
ish Community of Tomorrow."
Dr. Saul Toptirt, of tho Laureltan
Jewish Center, Now York, will
ppoar Apr. 16 in "What Should
Jow Dor'
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, as
part of the regional Cavalcade, will
speak in Birmingham. Ala., Mon-
day; Montgomery. Ala.. Tuesday,
and St. Petersburg. Wednesday.
His topic will be "Can We Live by
Jewish Law Today?"
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MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Branches:
Huntingtcn Medical Bldg.
Phone HI 4-1601
Fort Lauderdale
ATWILL and COMPANY. Inc.
Investment Securitte*
MS UNCOIN MAO, MIAMI IIACM, FIOMDA
PHONE JE 1-4731
IE E T IN 0 S
POHL-HERNDON MARINE ENGINES, INC
MAY MARINE MOTOtS
G.seli.e C Ditsol $ Senrlei
It N.W. SOUTH MVM DWVE
PHONE 4-1577
ABBOTT ELECTRIC. INC
RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
Wirinc Repair*
Alterations of All Kind*
3400 North Miami Atocmm
PHONE E13-4W4
Phone MO 1-7696
GREETINGS
JACK SWERDLIN
44*0 S.W. 74th Aeaea-OH Bird Id.
CEMKfT BLOCK INDUSTRIES
I CEBTIHED CEMENT BLOCKS
Immadiata DaUTary
TO ALL GREETINGS
Dixi3 a i Corporation
Moe Longer
405 So, Dixie Highway
Coral Gables
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
J. H. LobnHi MiMworks
2719 COACOOCHEE AVENUE
3060 S.W. 37lh COURT
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone HI 6-0607
TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES .
^Season s Cfrcctings
. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

fi8 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phono FR 3-5373
MIAMI. FLORIDA
E. M. ADAMS
OREETINOS
AMERICAN CHERUCAl COMPANY
3601 N.W. 60th Straat
Kfc ^a"----------
Phone NE 4-7653
TO ALL ... GREETINGS
SHENANDOAH CANDIES, INC.
aJSZZ and N^CASUJES M^"*"
514 S.W. Mod Avanua Phona HI a-a-i
PHONE HI 3-4S0S
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< L Ilk AVENOC
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
HOW LOCAUD AT
613 HI 1st Ave. FR 4-1034
Utzinger'e Musical Instrument Service
The Only Comp.ete Repair -d ^misjun^Serv^e in M.arn^
11 .- 13 N.E. 5ti St.
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1,44 *W. 7lh AVENUE
""W 44144
TO All
Seoson's M Wishes
THOMAS SASSO
1 Associates
STANDARD SHEET METAL AND ROOfINC CO.
1S3 NX lot* STtEFT
jack ti.i
rHONE re 4-em
TO ALL GREETINGS
HARRY'S AUTO SERVICE
Auto Repairing
-HNKICN AJAItES 0* SFECIAin"
9290 N.W. 22nd Avenue
Phone PL 4-4708


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