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The Jewish Floridian ( July 1, 1955 )

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*w Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [gi^MEj^ Number 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS H raw jO RjiM [Israel Presence [Historic Remedy, ibba Eban Says IAN FRANCISCO UTM-The bth anniversary ol I ho I mted Nans, celebrated here in the city i-re it first began to function a's concrete expression of the kam for peace ..( (he peoples Ol world just then beginning to ?rge from the most destructive • in history, was the focus ol hopes of people thoughout the rid. plea for peace in the Middle |-t based on mutual respeel belorry-Price Up i Beginning with its Issue of My 1, The Jewish Floridian will I'lerg* twenty cents for single i pies. The increase comes as a suit of increased production sts end the fact that The Jew-h Floridian is now larger than "fore. This new policy in no ray affects the annual subiption rate for local readers, 'iiich remains three dollars per )-*r and five dollars for two rears. Israel-Arab Conflict Reaching 'Flashpoint of Danger/ Eden Says, as Egypt Makes Second Strike in Week LONDON (JTA>—The Israel-Arab conflict was termed by Prime Minister Anthony Eden here Wednesday as having reached "the flash point of danger." Sir Anthony made this reference in a nationwide radio broadcast commemorating the tenth anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. Speaking of the dangerous situation resulting from Israel Arab conflicts, the Prime Minister continued: "At this very moment. Gen. Burns of Canada, who is United Nations Chief of Staff, together with his truce observers, is working hard for peace between Israel and her Arab neighbors. They have a -pecially difficult task, and deserve our thanks and encouragement." Meanwhile, at the United Nations, a statement revealing that Israel has accepted and Egypt related United Nations proposals aimed at easing the tension along the Gaza strip was issued there by UN Secretary-General Dag Hammerskjold. The statement reads: "Some months ago, M?.j Gen. E. L. M Burns, as Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organiation in Palestine, put forward certain en Israel and the Arab states made here by Ambassador :>a S. Eban. head of Israel's delelion. Mr. Eban s address, like it of most delegates, did not < h upon political matters speciilly but. instead, related Itself he broad principles motivating l nited Nations However, emiMzing Israel's place in the UN, member-state that did not exwhen the world organization founded here ten years ago. Khan drew upon Judaism's im' upon world cultures and upon el's present place in the world make his plea for peace between ^ate and the neighboring Arab iintries. f anting out that "the presence l-rael in San Francisco today irlu an act of historic remedy," Eban referred to the decima of large Jewish communities r ng the war that preceded lu-iding of the UN, and declared Israel's participation in UN ii ..rs today "illustrates the sudln recuperation of the Jewish •le from the lowest point in its -i"He fortunes to the dignity and } %  rtunity which it had tenaciouspursued for two thousand irs," he enforcement powers of the urity Council — before which hel has not fared well in re' years when it brought com fits against Arab states—have ed "illusory."the Israel repre ative reminded the delegates practical proposals aiming at reducing or eliminating the risk of new incidents along the demarcation line of the Gaza strip. In order to further negotiations concerning these prop—Is, I suggested to Gen. Burns to sound out the possibility to discuss them on a level higher than that regularly represented in the Mixed Armistice Commission. "Gen. Burns now informs me that, while the suggestion has been accepted by the Israel Government. t*e Egyptian Government does not believe that such a change of procedure would prove useful. Under these circumstances, the efforts to reach agreement on the concrete proposals of Gen. Burns will be pursued by him through channels already established. I am assured by the Egyptian Government that their representative at the discussions will have full authority to negotiate concerning practical proposals for reducing the risk of incidents." For the second time in a week. Egyptian infiltrators Monday night blew up tne Negev main water pipeline. This time, according to an announcement by the military spokesman here, the pipeline was damaged near the village of Tel Reyim. REPUDIATES CHARGES HURLED AT ZOA Mortimtr May won't be diverted Dr. Imanuel Ntuman appointed committee May Challenges Defection on Eve of Convention; Feels Boycott Offers No 'Constructive Contribution' NEW YORK (JTA)—A statement repudiating charges against the administration of the Zionist Organization of America made by Louis Lipsky— who, together with a number of other leading American Zionists, stayed away from the ZOA's 58th annual convention in Washington—was issued here by Mortimer May, ZOA president. The statement reads: "While the delegates to the 58th annual convention of the ZOA, gathered in Washington from all sections of the country', were busily engaged in constructive Zionist work. Mr. Louis Lipsky. sitting in New York, decided to let fly with a diatribe against the organization. In reading the lengthy statement issued by Mr. Lipsky one can only regret that he should have chosen to air his grievances In so destructive a manner. CRUDE PATCHWORK OF EVASIONS' Prominent Zionist Leaders in Favor of Open Split; Declare Reference to Veteran Louis Lipsky 'Shocking' CLEVELAND (JTA) — Three prominent Zionist leaders Monday issued a joint statement supporting the charges made by Louis Lipsky against the present administration of the Zionist Organization of America. The statement, signed by Louis E. Levinthal, Ezra Z. Shapiro and Dewey Stone, reads: "The undersigned members of the joint committee appointed by Dr. Emanuel Neumann in advance of the Washington convention of the ZOA, desire to associate themselves with the statement by Mr. Lipsky in its analysis of ZOA affairs and in his summary of the proposals made by our group at the joint committee's meetings. In our view. Mr. Lipsky's analysis represents the views of a large sector of Zionists enrolled in the ZOA. whether they "Mr. Lipsky had had ample opportunity to voice any criticisms he may have of the ZOA, even wholly unwarranted ones, in the deliberative bodies of our organization, to all of which he has been either appointed or elected, and where his words are treated with the respect and consideration due him. ^However, Mr. Lipsky and those of his friends for whom he speaks have preferred not to avail themselves of such opportunities. They have consistently boycotted our meetings and our activities. Sniping from the side lines is evidently more to their liking. "Thus, Mr. Lipsky never attended a single meeting of the ZOA's Inner Committee, to which he was named by the administration he be liberals or progressives or just plain, ordinary so violently assails; nor has he every day Zionists. bothered to participate in the work "Mr. Mortimer May's reply is a crude patchwork of our national executive commitof evasions and self serving encomiums. But most i ** e and national administrative shocking and revealing is the manner of reference council. His single appearance— to the personality of Mr. Lipsky. dean of American b y special invitation—at a recent Zionism. Not a word is uttered in recognition of his meeting of the national executive 55 years of exemplary services to the Zionist move committee failed to disclose any ment, and. more particularly, to ZOA: nor to the constructive contributions to the more recent record that from 1947 to 1954 he gave .program and policies of the ZOA. distinguished service to the movement as chairman indeed, there was general disapof the American Zionist Council and, until his resig„„:„,.„' „, ,u„ .--. „„ nation, as chairman of the American Zionist ComPO'ntment over the negative apmittee for Public Affairs; but reference is made to Continued on Pap* 3 A his non-attendance at routine meetings of the inner. Continued on Page 2 A ?4£II STANDS BEFORE COUKT ACCUSED Of ASSISTANCE TO NAZIS defendant is Cleared of Major Collaboration Charges •IF.RUSALEM (JTAi—A M ial libel trial which lasted for >ut a year and which has exthe Israel press and public to an end with a marathon -hour reading by District Court Idge Benjamin Halevi of sumiry of the case ana a verdict lieh provoked Acting Attorfy General Joseph Kokia to annee that lie will appeal to the Court fee a review of the conclusion drawn by Ihe judge. The principals in the case were Malkiel Gruenwald, a pamphleteer, and Dr Israel Kastner. former head of the Hungarian Jew ish Rescue Committee and currently employed by Kol Israel. the government radio network and "Uj KeJet." Hungarian language newspaper in Israel. Mr. Gruenwald charged Dr. Kastner. in a paasphlet, with collaboration with the Nazis The latter complained to the state prosecutor that he had been libelled. The state prosecutor brought the I to court since Dr. Kastner was a government employee, then working for the Ministry of Trade. This made Mr. Guenwald the defendant, but Dr. Kastner's only standing in the case was that of a witness. Judge Halevi's decision cleared Mr. Gruenwald for the major counts. It held that the defendant had proved: that Dr. Kastner had cooperated with the Nazis; that he had "participated directly in murder and had prepared the ground for the murder of Hungarian Jews." and had aided the international war criminal S.S. Col. Kurt Becher, Hinunler's deputy in Hungary.



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PAGE 2A Beth David Reelecfs Scher Herbert B. Scher was reelected president of Both David I i n ;.l ;i meeting last week Scher lias a bug record el service t<> 'lie Greater Miami Jewish cooimunity. Having served as pre* i.i ,,! the Jewish Family Service \ ocational Department, he is now In asurer ol thai agencj He is one of thte organizers of ttlie Greater Miami Jewish Federation and now serves as 01 e ol its trustees, as well as a trustee at Mt. Sinai Hospital Seher first assumed the presidency at Beth David in July. 1954. Under his leader-hip more than S150.000 were spent to complete the synagogue. Serving a.-, vice presidents will he Sidney Lefcourt. who is a trustee ol Mt. Sinai Hospital and Greater .Miami Jewish Federation, and Max Jacobson. president of tthe Beth David Men's Club. Elected to serve as recording secretary is Bert Sher. Financial secretary is Frank A. Rose. Jacob Sher. chairman of the Greater Miami Committee (or Bonds of Israel, trustee at Mt. Sinai Hospital and a leader in Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will again be serving as treasurer and Harry Simons, assistant treasurer. Fleeted to the board of directors were Philip Abram>. Nathan Alexander Sidney AronovitZ, Harrj August, Louie Bandel. Samuel +Jewlsl>fX>r/(fton FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1955 Top ZOA Leaders Support Split Herbert [. Scher Dickson, John Feller. Max Gettlnger. Harry (iordon. Max Handshu. Louis Heiman, Harvey Herman. Abe Kaplan. Abraham Kasow, Dr. Roy Mack. Harry Markowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Sidney Pozen. Albert Quadow. Edward Safer. Dr. Jaek Seitlin. Sam Seitlin. Daniel Serott, Mitchell Shapo. Joseph Siegel. S .1. Specter. Charles Spingarn. Bernard \ Sterling, Jerome Stern. .Max Swartz, Jerome Weinkle and Julian Weinkle 3. 4. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC We are VOLUNTARILY withdrawing from the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus because: 1. During the 2 years of weekly payment totaling over Si 500 by us, no accounting of the funds has ever been made. If this is a community-wide organization, and the community helps to support it, the community has a right to know where and how the money is being spent. 2. We have offered proof to Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of irregular situations occurring in the field of Kashrus and asked the Rabbi to investigate; he refused on the grounds that the alleged violations were not under his jurisdiction. We asked Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky why does the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus plumba rings (5c each) appear on poultry in non-Kosher establishments and establishments without organized supervision. He replied, "There is nothing wrong with it." To us, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky has continuously denounced as unreliable and untrustworthy all other supervising agencies. We add that the other Rabbis say the same of the Greater Miami Vaad, of which Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky is the director. Because we are weary of the entire corrupt Kashruth situation in Miami. Miami Kashruth is the laughing stock all over the U.S.A. This is as a result of the warring Rabbis. Because we feel the Jewish community is entitled to one honest supervising body solely interested in strict kashrus without money as its big interest. 7. We are going to retain a steady supervisor for our store until this situation is cleared up. This will be your guarantee of Kashruth at Moqen• Dovid. mOGEH-DOUID KOSHER fflEHT PRODUCTS W3-S5-87 S.W. 8th St. (on the Trail) Ph. 3-4218 5. 6. Continued from Page 1 A or office, committee of 'he ZOA to which he was appointed without luknowledge our consent. %  Mr lb) doent hesitate to refer to his self proclaimed liberal ism and Innegative approach.' From our experience In the meet-; jnuof the lolnl committee, w testify to the fact that the criticisms ol Mr I.ip.-ky were balanced bj highlj eon-tructive proposal\\v pass over the opportunity to discuss Mr May's letter from the, level ol controverts l hachosen lie evades the basic Issues and contenthimself with personal allusions •The negotiations, averybody knowwere initiated, not by us, hut bj Dr. Nahura GoMmann as leader of World Zionism and by in Neumann for the ZOA administration The purpose was the re-, covery, if possible, of a united ( front in the ZOA. to bring back leaders and members who are participating in other major Zionist enterprises but who. for various reasons, had lost their interest in i the ZOA: and. of greater impor-' tance. to consider a revision of the functions and programs of ZOA. No such agreement on any points was arrived at. and the conclusions i of the ZOA administration repre\ sentatives were reported definitely only two daybefore the opening of the Washington conference. \to Mr May's statement about a power-seekinj organized; minority, it ia non-disputed fact that, since 1W52. when the identification resolution was adopted, the minority at that convention has not acted aan i I group It hamade no public statements It hajoined in no debati It did not function aa group in 1953. in 1954, an I had no intention of functioning a;: group in 1955 until the discussions leading to sible achievement oi unity were initiated through the intervention ot Dr. Neumann some eight monthago. Mr Ma) indulges himself in dangerous self-deception. 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rpmAY. IULY 1, 19SS PAGE 3 A iMay Challenges Lipsky Defection; Boycott Offers Nothing Constructive Continued Jrem Petj* 1 A iroac h reflected by his remarks. •For -'me years now thi* rifriall, miII „ n ,v nunNTiCBlly %  rWsttnifi,.,„,. has sought to gain control of (he ZOA. Such ambitions are quite legitimate when pursued in a democratic manner within the organi Mt ion But having repeatedly fail, curry the national conven,,„„ notwithstanding a variety of .j ss ucs' which they have employed. Ihej have sought to acquire control by other, less direct, means in H on occasion they fire broad sides at the organization—from a safe distance. The policies of the ZOA arc determined by majority decisions after full and free disci.-ion and debate. However. Mr. Lipsky's group persists in refusing lo abide by this democratic procedure This attitude is passing Grange in view of the self-proclaimed liberalism' of Mr. Lipsky and his colleagues. •Moreover, it would seem that the Government of the United States as represented by Attorney General Brownell, of Congress of the I'nitcd States asrepresented by Senator Humphrey, and the Government of Israel as represented by Ambassador Eban, do not share Mr Lipsky's low opinion of the ZOA Mr. Brownell. for example, had this to say: 'In dealing with the question of this two-way bridge between the United States and Israel. I wish to express my hearty congratulations to the Zionist Organization of America, whose current work in this field Is no less important than the historic role it played in the creation of the state of Israel.' "The same view was expressed by Senator Humphrey, who declared; it is hardly possible for anyone concerned as I am, with the foreign relations of the American Government to be unaware orunappreciative of the role played by the Zionist Organization of America in the field that commands its particular attention. The Zionist Organization of America today, as over many years in the past, renders invaluable service in strengthening the relations between the peoples of the United States and Israel, and in furthering America's vital interests in the Middle East An organization such as this earns the commendation and gratitude of all conscientious Americans.' Ambassador Eban's appraisal of the significance of our Zionist work and his words of encouragement to us also stand in sharp contrast to Mr. Lipsky's bitter assault." Boat Rides Rained Out, Pioneer Recent heavy rains in Miami were responsible for postponement of boat rides by two Pioneer Wornmen clubs. Club I's outing aboard i l an officiating. Mr. Hirsch is t Hirsch Unveiling The dedication of a-monument to the memory of the late Jack Hirsch, formerly of 643 Lenox ave., will take place Sunday, July 3. 12 noon, at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Jonah CapCantor Fishel Lutman has been appointed full-time cantor at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, according to an announcement this week. He will take up his duties beginning Aug. 1. The Israeli-bom cantor came to the United States six years ago. Camp Registration Now Open for Second Period Registration for the second period at the day camps of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center has been opened, it was announced by Leon Epstein, Day Camp chairman. The first four-week period has a capacity enrollment in all four camps, but parents can still enroll their children for the second fourweek beginning July 18. These camps are conducted at the Town Branch, 45 SW 75th ave., Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd ; Flagler-Granada Center, 50 NW 51st st pi., and North Dade Jewish Center, 13630 West Dixie hway. "Davy Crockett" was the starting point for many of the camp activities thus far. At the Beach Branch, the campers worked on the theme "Frontierland" and engaged in such activities as gold rush, making Indian costumes and singing American folk songs. The folklore of America was also highlighted at the North Dade camp, which is planning to take its children from that point through an imaginary trip around the world to learn about the customs in other countries during the remaining weeks of camp. At the Town Branch, the counselors presented an unusual preview in the form of a camp show in order to give the campers an idea of some of the songs and games that would be taught later in the season. A full program of swimming instruction has been started with many campers already passing their Red Cross beginners' tests. This program is conducted each week. Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and transportation service is available in certain areas. the Seven Seas, originally planned for June 12. has been rescheduled for Sunday, July 10, according to Mrs. Sophie Krantz, chairman. Club II, rained out on June 19, has engaged the Seven Seas for a Saturday evening boat ride on July 2. it has been announced by Mrs. Ida Jacobs, chairman of the event. The boat will leave Pier 8 of the City Yacht Basin at 7 p.m. Depature time for Club I remains at 5 p.m., as originally planned. • • Mrs. Ida Jacobs was reelected to the presidency of Club U of Pioneer Women at a recent election. Other to take office with her are Mrs. J. Kossoff, first president; Mrs. Max Wolfman, second vice president; Mrs. Nat Ostroff, financial and corresponding secretary; Mrs. Minnie Shubow, recording secretary; Mrs. William Malamut, treasurer. Moetzet Hapoalot, Pioneer Women's principal fund raising project for Israel, will be headed by Mrs. Nathan Bookspan; with Mrs. Molly Witner as co-chairman. Chairman for the Child Rescue fund is Mrs. Louis Marcus, with Mrs. Isaac Katz as co-chairman. Mrs. Rose DeYong, Jewish National Fund chairman, has Mrs. William Cutler as coworker. Cultural chairman is Mrs. Aaron Liebman. Membership and publicity are being handled by Mrs. Abe Shedroff. Chairman of Bonds for Israel is Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. vived'by his wife, Bertha;'a Jerry; and four brothers. Joe and Irving, of New York City, and George and Dave, of Washington, D. C; also a sister, Mrs. Ruth Siege!, of Detroit. Mich. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Obituaries GERALD E. BROOKS 41. "..' W |2iM M • '"•' •''<"*• %  "' While In Chli-ajco attending the Chicago Furniture Show Bsrvissa were held In Rlveralde Memorial chapel. Burial wan in Mount Binal Cemoterj Mr. HrrxikM was a member "f ihe Knights of Pythian, the Weal Miami Jewish I .nt. i ,Nml Ihe Florida furniture Travelers. He was associated with the SllckJey Kurftlture Co here. He IK survived b) hat parent*. Mr and Mm. Morris Itrooka. and %  winter. .Mrs Duretta Weis. .ill of Miami. LEOPOLD "ACM 74. J46S SW 2Srrf at., who I'ltiiw to Miami 10 years ago from '"hl.au", died Tuesday. A retired tailor. Mr. Itaeh waa a member of lieth l>avid Synagogue. He leaves his wife. Tillie; a aon, Adolph. three .lasghter*. Mm. Naomi Friedman. Mrs. Harriet Welee, and Mra. Madeline Peakee. alt of Miami, three brothels. including Charles, of Miami, a ulster, and five grandchildren services Were held In the Gordon Miami Funeral Home, with Lin ial at Mount Nebo Cemetery. Charge for Unveiling Notices Beginning with rr tow* 0* July 1, The Jewish Floridien will charge fivs dollars for the insertion of unve'iling notices in its columns. Announcement of this new policy has boon the re suit of increased production costs and the premium pieced upon space availability. Many English Jewish newspepers throughout the nation adopted this procedure some time ego, and The Jewish Floridien has withheld from charging for unveiling insertions as long as possible in line with its desire to give reeders maximum service. LEGAL NOTICE PRACTICAL NURSE l"fn!s, children, adults. Hour, day or week. Reasonable rate* for babysitting. Ph. HI 44M7. **f•rencts. Stiebels Host Picnic Sunday. June 26, volunteer advisers of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization enjoyed a barbecue picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stiebel. 2120 SW 21st ter. Two Miami Girls On Trip to Israel Two Junior Hadassah members, who won special awards for outstanding service and leadership, received scholarships entitling them to attend a summer in Israel, sponsored by the Jewish Agency. Elaine Sehwartzman. who served as president of the Miami Unit of the organization last year, and Ann Basch, vice president of the group in charge of fund raising for 1955. are the fortunate twosome to be honored by National Junior Hadassah and the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. The Institute program includes nine weeks of activity beyond the borders of the country and seven weeks of travel and study in Israel, including a week at Meier Shfayah. Junior Hadassah childrerfs village. The girls left the United States, via New York City. June 30 and will fly to Paris on board a KLM plane of the Royal Dutch Airlines. The itinerary includes a four-day holiday in the French capital city and Marseilles, where they'll embark by boat to Israel. Upon their return to Miami, in September, t h e world traveled young ladies will appear before several youth and adult groups to report on the details of their eventful trip. BENJAMIN KELLMAN SOO SW 3rd at., a retired Class .m-l mirror dealer, died Tueaday. He came here eight years ago from Chi-aso. and la survived by hi* wUe. Sarah, two aona. Herman, of Miami, and Bernle. of Chicago, two daughter* and a sister in Chicago Service* were h. I.l in the Qordon -Miami Funeral .Home. MRS. ROSE OLICKMAN 77. Of ISM SW --nd ter.. who died Monday, Services were held at the Miami Chapel >f Oordon Funeral II.nine, with burial in Mount Nebo Cemetery. A Mlamian (or 10 years, ahe came here from Cleveland, >. She la survived by three diius.ht.is. Mill.l.n Bernstein, and MiCharlotte Oross Merger, b-.th of Miami, and Mrs KMKaplan. of Memphis, Teenthree grundchildi. n and one great grandchild. 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Rabbi Levine implied that many Jewish artist' in America an not in tune with their times in their workwhich depict Jewish experiences. In discussing "Jewish art Rabbi Levine %  sew the term broadly include something more than art created by lews far their reigioai to lowers ntnak, He used the term to suggest "some diseaavawle quality eapgj^oool pressed in the art work, usually subject matter, which reflects the e: the individual" :~ — :ir onn aeon aaarad af ma lawiak Saoai pcraves: t-^; x acre w be appnaaci of JLS T ^^" -r lr 3*-z— z ri -: wic j -_,zr* ~-rrr.jew:y u.r sn *-r*m_a—utc 3 jewj A seTeni pcur : ; %  r 'IT. Y ::—•_-ec D: ren 3 zut z^zzz^i -ry~rr ~-e :;. s.=.cs 3 '-ew-Ar. *;i—i rr A_*:-wr3 cooceara~.z~zzz TZJZ 1 _: r_,~ re-; t ^_£ s.: ^:. :e --. ---z\ 00-C7 :^-^rr_e -^-*_w-x_=.z "'•'-' e JI ••v^e spcr 3er'~~ •: %  -^'" %  Eac AKSS Bstaoa w: ;-'v % ; an V?: r^rr* : '-'e : : -£ -~ ;-• Sbahl 2*ZKZTZZ.*Zzz.i ;'-' -*^Vae .N oosstsa* to penoa >'-%  — .-.-''*:r :-:*r_-. Z~zs. sjzz-. .: zvzz -.: e .£ r,* c<_ .^ ec .*.--.-_ w-~*ioa v : ; -VL "7 rr,; ::— per^-1 ZZMSS 3 'JX xc ae •_=* -* bjaj rj"x xe -rr ea •'• :r;r_y x.:: wr,~ e : —_-e-c lr .-*-*ri rzpec. w-*-jjr re=.radi :-.mper-j.~,:r:J: A'css <-n>e. Rabbi Levine didn't foresee any specific experiences on the American ^rene which would inspire "Jewish art." But 00 a wider scale, the Rabbi envisioned much Life in 1st ad, the universal symbols, the Nazi destruction of Europe are all poshe aid. for themes of new "Jewish art" to replace the old Igsc expression'. To illustrate his plea for a new 'Jewish art." Rabbi Lenne pointed •ne of the exhibited paintings entitled "Patriarchs and Matriarchs" Raymond A Katx. The painting reveals a Judaic hwilmi by utilizing script in an abstract design While the use of ll ehr ea lettering listic deign dates back to early Jewish history, the artist here, according to Rabbi Levine. utilizes the Hebrew alphabet in an original fashion The Je\u-h -train is definitely expressed, the Rabbi -aid, i through the Hebrew language and through the written word which has always occupied a holy position in Jewish history. fl her interpretation of Jewish experience which Rabbi Levine BBjdurt ,ouod exciting was entitled Waiting for the EadT by David Shapiro. This painting exhibits a tender understanding of the hnsaatri of aa old age home In the background. Hebrew lettering is found chiseled 00 tombstone* Rabbi Levine termed this work "Jewish art" in that tbe mood is definitely one only to be felt by a Jew who has knowledge of our unique system of care for the aged and our it T erenc e for par*! en*, hood Many other' who visited the Jewish Tercentenary Exhibition of at the Corcoran Gallery wondered what other new T-: h jf. eX p re vK)n in tne I_T.S. would take. ; %  ;;r.6r.6£ fast By ARTHUR LEWIS "rjecZ-Z. **~ZZ.ZT~ =-'--r -'-m iewrsb Cwrrribwtioiis to tHe MUrtary ..... z.. '...,'' Hl "'' '-"'~ : —"----•'% %  aasstaansassTiaai .-.%'•'. %  VY *-<=aesavihan J ?".ore 1 depRese^'"\ '%  '. '*" J Lf_ 0*ce of Neva! ~rr.zte 2a lecvmg has poat, ate? ^ lc s^^ r ^. FRANCISCO—In all the diplomatic huddles there have been during the pa>t week or so. the Big Three and Big Fonr meetings, and s ... :a get togethers 0 f the lesser foreign ministers in San Francisco, it is oe—-x t. riken for granted here that the subject of tbe Palestine dispute and --_---, ..". situation along the Gaza strip would have been discussed. "-: : nor the Big Poor foreign ministem ware likely —-^-e ... hase discuvsed it formally, for the purpose of their meetings was to -'"—S" "' Z ', rdm ,e ^e-tern strategy and make arrangements for the coming "I 7^t nan at ,he summ 1 However, it u understood here that they ~ ^-e^c -Jt Tr/ra=a was daec ifi have >cm Private talks on the Israel-Arab troubles. 3 > Peiera caec: emaiD| v the Western Powers are concerned over the increasing tbreat to peace in the Middle East there is developing along the Gaza strip The new British Foreign Secretary. Harold at~ir.p.n has said as much: he told the House of Commons in London recently that there w*an unhealthy dtmusphere" on this part of the Israel Egyptian border and that, as 1 result of u. "one violation breeds another and Fr^h !>n 1 y becomos more dantemua." The Americans and r r ?T al> worr 'f d a <"• Possibility of a full-scale conflict breaking out between the Egyptians and the Israelis. h-r. ,ht', 'K s,lT ;,n General. Dag Hammarskjold-and it is thought m nr,v a f / ""^ ,he u ^tion of the PalesUne dispute rlrSr?lli2! V f rSat,0 ? S W h ,he d '"tes attending the Tenth Ann. aker ,,7h! 1 '" ,he L nltwl Na,,,,ns '" ^" Francisco. be ha^ mox fli h, ,hT f rS 1 al inlereSl '" ,l %  • who in,t led th toreheve ..n J ;"" ,, ,,,u '' >*.. the Israafi. and tbe Egvptian^ ateLhTh '" al •' ^, %  t • < ,,, preM coaleranea. Mr. Hammarskjold Je was continuing his effort, to bring about such a con,'V """• rebuff he had received &tvm the Egyptian. live MeeT,„7 "" m,n ^ at the S,n Francisco Commemor..I Three -r_i VV.-;;: j A_ Jg___ "sv,.•.-.Ml vr^ r:r'r. ^'th (nendlj powers, and no doubt they did so. here is that iba liig T" ^her m New York or .,, San Francisco, could not law foreign ministers, when **/*e^ •failed t. ha i, K ur ,n *•" trancisco, could not n.i\f ant. 'he^nl h ; i ;j;; 7 J experienced obnarvera. to coordir d.^uvsed means o \ r U at ,hl> ""*• "* *> "V b V > .further iSSJts aloniT'cLaTT* "rH" ^ b0lh "^ l 'T", 1 -W U is believed here he^ BlB Th^ P .. I* 1 "* U Uler Utter Wh,< L Tripartite DeclaS. !" 8 ** ou,d Bav u *a UP--^ %  th T^ s queTnon ; rTT*"!? ,hc prc • s n, borderTiTpalestine. JMacmillan m ade h s, a ^m '." *"* Bri,i ^ Hou ** time that Mr. •i^daaWiia siTJ'ister of Sli Kenne?h I "* the Gl **• ^ %  former M n %  i^^^wL-as-ftbat „ should have tb^f Q L P ^ rf r Wh#a ,h ^'"ation waa adopted. 'went on • rn. K7 ^^ ol tre *t. Mr. Youncer said. "But." he j ^heM.dSe h E^ 'SSt^^l ^ "* !" £Z£t* Ic^ed toaaii People.^ I 2?ie2 also .a'F.r*"* ^ WW of the l^-i. Perlups mocTo^ dangerous!" U ^ tt,e,, ^ ** ^



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iroAY. JULY 1. 19S5 fJmUtiHcrAitotr. PAGE 5 A iancees Excited Over Engasement Rings | P E S A KVN G Parents Attend Joan At Her Wedding To Mr. (innliner Miss Afltee gripptfl A .ami High (irad, 'ormer Brooklynite [Man December Kites Mr and Mrs. Harold Krippell, i44 SW 1st st., announce the enS. ment of their daughter. Arin. to Herbert Kaminshine, son \i Mrs. Sam Kaminshine, 2130 SW [41 h ter, and the late Mr. Kaminme. An early December cereuons is planned. Miss Krippelle is a graduate of Chicago. AJin Cmrltlm AM A dels Reveal Carlolta's Troth Miss Carlotta June Adel and Melvyn Gerald Greenspahn plan to be married Aug. 6 in the Empress hotel, Miami Beach. Their engagement is announced by the prospective bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Adel. 1260 101st st.. Bay Harbor Island. Mr. Greenspahn is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Sydney S. Greenspahn, of Joan Holland was attended by her parents, Mr and Mrs. Louis A. Cherry. 7970 Biscayne Point Circle, as matron of honor and best man at her marriage to Robert Gardiner June 19. Rabbi Irving Lchrman officiated at 4:30 p.m. ceremonies in the bride's home. Newlywed Mrs. Gardiner was attired in a chiffon over taffctta gown with lace inserts. Her flowers were baby orchids dyed to match. She attended New York University law school. Her husband, the son of Mrs. Shirley Gardiner, New York City, is a Columbia University graduate. A reception and buffet followed the ceremonies. Guest of honor was the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Isabel Goodstein. The couple are planning a oneyeartour of Europe beginning next April. Iiami Senior High School, who is irrently a secretary in the FlorEquipment Co. of Miami. Mr Kaminshine is a graduate (l New Utrecht High School. Brooklyn, N.Y., and is now employby the A. S. Beck Shoe Co. The bride-elect graduated from the University of Miami this month with a Bachelor of Education defree. She was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and sweetheart of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. A graduate of Northwestern University, Mr. Greenspahn was president of Phi Epsilon Pi social fraternity which presented him with outstanding senior and outstanding athletic awards. He is now attending the University of Miami law school, where he is a member of the legal guidance board, executive editor of The Lawyer, law school yearbook, president of Tau Epsilon Rho and president of the Bar and Gavel legal society. Mist |u elder, Winters 0 Spend Several Months Abroad Mr and Mrs. Henry Spechler. of fuincy, Florida, announce the I'rthcoming marriage of their tlaufhter. Rhoda, to Jerry Winters, M New York and Miami Beach, n of Mrs. Ann Meyers Weinstein, H Palm Island. The ceremony will te held at noon in New York's [avo.\ Plaza hotel on Sunday, July Miv.s Spechler was graduated |r-in Quincy High School, re 1 1 her Bachelor of Science defrom Florida State University I l has been teaching English and minorce at South Broward High School m Hollywood, Fla. Winters was born and raised in &f Vaterbury, Conn., and received Bachelor of Arts degree from kntioch College. Following a %  s still photographer in New ,nr k City, he spnt four years in "'• Air Force and was separated [with the rank of Major. N 'r Winters has been since proMuing and directing television I-hows and motion pictures. His most recent film is currently p+ay'ng at the Parts Theater in New York City. Aftter their wedding, the couple will speed seveml moatka abroad. Dual Celebration For the Kimballs Dual celebrations were in order for Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball and their son, Sanford, this week. The Kimballs entertained group of friends at a dinner party to mark Jerome's birthday and his completion of first year studies at the University of Miami medical school. The party was held at Jamaica Inn. Sanford is planning to be busy with medical studies throughout the summer, except for a brief vacation in Cuba. Mrs. Frances Rubin has returned from a trip to Israel and is now at home at the Di Lido hotel. ft ft ft Ruth Brotman. who is visiting her sister in Detroit, leaves soon for Chicago to attend the gradual tion of her nephew, Dr. Asher Weisman, from Northwestern University. *r ft l> Barry Halpern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Halpern, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, July 2. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant iff an eighth grade student at Miami Beach High School and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. Kddie Saperstein To IK? Bar Mitzvah Eddie Saperstein. son of Judge and Mrs. Albert H. Saperstein, 525 Fairway dr., will become Bar Mitzvah during the Sabbath services on July 3 at the North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Eddie is a student at the Nautilus School, where he is entering the eighth grade and attends the North Shore Jewish Center religious school. Judge Saperstein was chairman of the membership drive of the Center in 1953, at which time a record membership was enrolled. Kiddush will follow services and, a reception in Eddie's honor will be held on Sunday evening at the Broadmoor hotel. Twenty-six adult education certificates are presented by the Bureau of Jewish Education to the Women's Division of the Zamora Jewish Center Adult Education Institute. Recipients cam (left to right, first row, sitting) Mrs. Al Rosenberg. Mrs. Joseph Ostrie, Mrs. Bernard Greenstein. Mrs. Samuel Miller, Rabbi B. Leon Hurwxtz, Mrs. Nathan Goldy, Mrs. Morris Moskowitz, Mrs. M. D. Perelman. Second row are Mrs. John Freshman, Mrs. E. Laub, Mrs. "Chip" Diamond. Mrs. Meyer Matlofi. Mrs. Irving Klein. Mrs. Leon Honig, Mrs. Samuel Silverman. Third row are Mrs. Leonard Spiegel. Mrs. Samuel Jacobs n, Mrs. Jerome Lieberman. Mrs. David Kivel, Mrs. Harry Fishman, Mrs. Samuel Airman, Mrs. Milton Chait and Mrs. Israel Kussner. riot shown are Mrs. Sara Block. Mrs. Michael Brown. Mrs. Murray Shulman and Mrs. William Laurets. Certificates were presented by Harold Thurman. vice president of the Bureau, aided by Abraham Malofi and Nathan Davidow, president and vice president of Zamora.



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FUJDAY. 1. 1! PAGE 6 A Joyous Wedding Bells Ring Out For r Beautifully Gowned June Brides i) cjrne Troop Mrs. Myron 5. Rosenberg Werner-Kalm Mrs. Lloyd Wucher Double Ring Wedding for Rhoda Halzband and Myron Rosenberg Gloria Flcur Weds Mr. Lloyd Wucher The marriage of Gloria Fleur to Lloyd Wucher took place Satur day. June 11. at the home of the lK.j? l *2 ,d *S ^""^'o groom's parents with only the imSunday. June 26. 4 p.m., was the date of the double ring wedding of Miss Rhoda Halzband and Myron S. Rosenberg. They exchanged vows in a garden ceremony at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. cester. Mass. Rabbi Irving Lehr man. of Temple Emanu El officiated. Hilda Ares rendered two selections Best man was Mr, Wyman. father of the groom. Ushers in eluded Morris Broad and Samuel Nissenberg. uncle of the bride. Maid of honor was Miss Ethel Stark, aunt of the bride, from Montreal. Canada. .Mrs, Arthur Haffer. aunt of the bride from Boston. Mass., was matron of honor. Lorna Jane Haffer was flower girl, and Ann Broad was in charge of the guest book. Bridal gown was styled in offwhite pure silk crystallette made Ardmore ^ a sh ] rred an( j sculptured neck Mrs. §mmm f. Wgmm line. l n S ior bodice and matchmediate families attending. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Gloria is the daughter of Mr. Samuel Fleur, 1325 Meridian avc Miami Beach. Surfside. ith Rabbi Joseph R Narot officiating. The groom's parentare Mr. and MrAI Rosenberg, of Jacksonville, Fla. Given in marriage by her father, newlvwcd Mrs. Rosenberg chOM I Mrs. Lola Stein, sister of the ,„„.„' made ,, f cmbroide red blush bride, was matron of honor, and Iul | ( m(T taffeta moldcd 1)odice Martin Wucher was best man for: w j)h sc;i |i ()ped ncck ii n e and full Jus brother. bouffant skirt The embroidered Out-of-town guests were the tulle an(| seed p ea rl headpiece held g [ 0 m uu"r M J am ^ Bullowa., hcr [our ., ior ed veil of blush illuofDobbs Ferry. -J.Y.. and his aunt. |, ion she carrjed a d ^ Mrs. Diana Lazar. Jamaica, N.Y. A dinner at the Columbus hotel followed the ceremony. Lloyd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher, 1618 West ave.. Miami Beach. The couple will honeymoon in Havana and Jamaica and upon their return will reside at 600 79th st.. Miami Beach. Heilbrun, Katz Betrothal Revealed Iris Heilbrun and Marvin Katz quet of white orchids, small pink orchids and stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Adam Kaminski, attired in a long torso, full skirted pink Swiss over white organdy. Miss Gloria Goodman was maid of honor, wearing the same gown as Mrs. Kaminski's and carrying a similar basket of white daisies, pink carnations and blue delphinium. Both wore pink picture hats. Bridesmaids were Miss Ann Alpert and Mrs. Jerry Witten. of Jacksonville. Best man was Arthur Burns. Jacksonville, with Richard Hellins. MM. Herbert Horowitz are engaged, and they plan to be married in December. The bride-elect is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Maxjleilbrun. 358 Jerry Witten and Joseph" Millstein acting as ushers. Mrs. Emanuel Spondor was soloist. Following a wedding trip to Mex ico, the couple will be at home in Jacksonville after July 20. Euclid ave.. Miami Beach Mr. Katz is the son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Katz. Brooklyn. N.Y. He resides at 1931 SW 36th ave.. Miami. Miss Heilbrun attended schools i in Chicago ind graduated from \I| B c; a \ \i, Miami Beach High School, where | >I,SS '"* %  K ,( -' W CUS she was a cheer leader | In Giant HI V LilCC Her fiance graduated from | The William Penn hotel. Miami James Madison High School in Beach, was the site for the SunBrooklyn and received his BBA day afternoon wedding of a former from the University of Miami last Pennsylvania girl and a Miami TK 3r> i u. Beacn man Miss Esther Claire The couple met on a blind date. Siegle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Siegle of Pittsburgh, became the bride of Herbert Edward Horowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz o; Miami Beach. Mr. Siegle gave his daughter in marriage, and Rabbi Herman Halj lace and net and "carried ye Mitt Irit Heifbru* perin read the ceremony. Isabel Sultan, maid of honor, wore a blue chiffon gown. The bride chose a gown of imported chantilly lace with cap sleeves and a bouffant skirt. A lace contour crown with pearl trim held her fingertip veil. She carried .a colonial bouquet of stephanotis. Arthur Horowitz was best man while Milton and Lee Friedman ushered. The couple will live in Miami after a Bermuda and Nassau honeymoon trip. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosen, 445 Aledo ave., Coral Gables, became the bride of Howard Alan Mesh on Sunday evening, June 26. at the Algiers hotel, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. The ceremony was a duplication of the bride's parents, with the exception of the color theme which was the grooms A.P.O. fraternity colors of yellow, gold and white The bride was given away by her parents to Howard, the son of Mr and Mrs. William Mesh. 2902 SW 22nd ter., Miami. The bride wore a white chantil ly lace gown over satin with a bouffant skirt, scoop neckline and long sleeves that came to a V at the wrist Her finger-tip veil was held in place by a band of pearls and bugle beads. She carried her confirmation Bible with white orchids and lilies-of-the-valley. Mrs Rosen wore a yellow crystal ette gown, and Mrs. Mesh wore a starlight blue nylon tulle gown %  quined on the top Doris Meyerson, maid of honor, was attired in a gown of yellow lace and net and carried yellow long stem roses with a blue bow on it. The six bridesmaids and matrons all wore identical blue lace gowns avida Stark Marries Jerome Wyman \s Parents Celebrate 2;>th Anniversary In a 6:30 p.m* double ring can mg mitts ^ with apliqucd lace The die light ceremony Sunday. June very bouffant tierred sk.r. ai t the Monte Carlo hotel. Dad in to a sweet train. Her h m ,-tip. 3da Ruth Sfark. daughter of Mr. length French illusion veil Hi ..... Mrs rules Stark, formerly of from an heirloom mantilla of real Norfolk Va. and 1166 98th st. rose point lace SO year* old and Bav Harbor Island, became thejworn by the brides parental bride of Jerome F Wyman, son of grandmother and mother on their Mr. and Mrs. G. Bernard Wyman.' wedding clay. She carried orchids Miami Beach and formerly of Wor-on a Bible. The bride's mother wore a French blue lace over satin made with a Vneckline fitted bodice and straight line skirt with fullness to the back. Iridescent sequins were sprinkled on the dress. She wore matching blue gloves and corsage of orchids. Mrs. Wyman was attired in pale coral Chiffon over matching taf. fetta. fitted bodice, full skirt :.nd jeweled yoke. She carried an orchid corsage. The bride attended William and Mary College in Norfolk. Va and received her degree in Music from the University of Miami, where she belonged to Sigma Alpha lota, women's honorary music sorority. At present she is teaching music in the Miami public schools Mr. Wyman was graduated from Cushing Academy, Ashburnham. Mass., and received the AB degree at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Mass. At present, the groom is associated with The Ludman Corp., Miami. After leception and dinner at the Monte Carlo, the couple flew to Nassau for their honeymoon. Upon their return, they will make their home at Wist ter. and NK 10th ave.. Miami. Mr. and Mrs. J Stark, parents of the bride, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at the wedding reception of their daughter. Paula Eclelstein, Lester Greenberg To Live in Memphis Shades of pink and white were used for the 8 p.m. wedding Saturday of Miss Paula Ann Edelstein and Lester Bernard Greenberg Rabbi Joseph R. Narot performed the ceremony at the Algiers hotel, where the reception also was held. Miss Edelstein is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. William Edelstein. She wore a gown of lace with scooped neckline emboidered in seed pearls and sequins. Her bouffant lace skirt extended into a chapel train and her tiny princess crown held a fingertip illusion veil. She carried white orchids and pink roses. Susie Greenberg was maid of honor and wore a pink waltz-length dress. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses. Mr. Greenberg is the son of Sam Greenberg. 621 Escobar ave. Jack Edelstein was best man. After their wedding trip they will live in Memphis, Tenn., whera the bridegroom will complete his dental studies at the University of Tennessee. Mrt. Howard A. Mesh Miss Sandra Rosen Becomes Bride of Howard Mesh in Lace-Satin Gown Here Miss Sandra Ann Rosen, daughcarrying the yellow stem roses Susan Ln Bom Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldstein of 922 Pizarro. Coral Gables, announce i he birth of their daughter Susan Lu, June 24 at Doctors Hospital. Susan joins her brothers Sammy, six, and Jackie, three Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs' Harry I. Surloff, Miami Beach and Mrs. Becky Goldstein. Miami. Great grandmother is Mrs Philip Stone, Miami Beach with yellow bows on them. They were Ruth Mesh, sister in-law of the groom. Celeste K. Doliner, Carol Goodman. Ixiis Orlando. Marley B. Hyman and Leila Dubler. The groom chose his brother. Stanley D. Mesh, as his best man. Ushers were Alfred P. Rosen, brother of the bride. Alvin Goodman. David Katzin, Richard Carr, Earl Lowenstein and Gordon Miller. Merrillee Ellen Rosen and Marsha Nathan were flower girls for their cousin in yellow eyelet organdy gowns made by Dons Meyerson and Mrs. Rosen Don Rosenthai was ring bearer. Mrs. Charles Mutter kept the guest book. In the wedding procession were both couples of the brides grand parents. Mr and Mrs Rouben Zorehkey and Mr. and Mrs Meyer Rosen, both having celebrated 50 years of marriage. Also present were the paternal grandparents of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Mesh. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were from Cincinnati. ( hieago. New York. Texas. St Louis. Indiana, Daytona Beach Lakeland and Hollywood, Fla. After honeymooning in Mexico the bride and groom will be at home July 8 at 2535 SW 27th st Miami. The bride graduated from Miami High School, attended the Univer sity of Florida and Miami for two yean and graduated from Davis Institute in January. The groom just graduated from Cum Laude June 6, and will be attending night school to receive his Masters degree. He is employed presently with Pentland. Purvis, Keller Co. m



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nnAY. IULY 1. 1955 +Jvtmrkrkfi**rL PAGE7H Ardmore Mrs. Mtlvin S. %  •stnhtrg double Ring Rites iiilo Joan Kobrin, Jelvin Rosenberg In .1 double ring candlelight 8:30 i.m ceremony Saturday evening, |iine 25. at the Algiers hotel. Miss •an Marcia Kobnn. daughter of |r and Mrs Elvin Kobrin. 1235 ?nn ylvania ave.. became the ride "I lieivin S. Rosenberg, son Mr and Mrs. Jack Rosenberg.' jiami Rabbi Irving Lehrmnn. of fmple KmanuEl. officiated. i; man was Clayton Bernstein. -hers were Howard Kobrin. unI the bride from Hillside, [.! and Marvin Florman, brotherol the groom. Maid oi honor was Barbara Kay. | Mini ie Wolf, of Miami Beach. hi bride's paternal grandmother, ifl David Kubrin. of Nawark. I. paternal grandfather of the rule, attended the wedding. |Th< bride selected a ballerinaigth bridal gown of sheer gos|mer n>lon tulle over lustrous It in Imported reembroidered alp-'in lace outlined the flattering pop neckline and was appliqued bwn the front of the fitted bodice. beading to the bouffant tulle |irt Tin> nylon mitts were the iishing touch. Her elbow-length tench illusion veil wa-. attached to )acy Juliet cap fashioned of tiny M pcarN. She carried orchids on a Bible. (lich was a gift of the groom's andfather. |The bride is a graduate of Mi m Beach High School, and receivher degree in education from University of Miami, where she b a cheerleader, first sweetheart Alpha Kpsilon Pi. pledge mother Delta Phi Kpsilon sorority and a |embr of Kappa Delta Pi, educal>nal honorary. I At present, she is teaching in uth Beach Elementary School. I Mr Rosenberg is a graduate of lenville High School. Cleveland, |>d received his degree at the diversity of Miami. He was a lemUr of Alpha Epsilon PI fraIrnity and the chemistry honor p At present, he is' building 'roes m Coral Gables. Upon their p turn irom a honeymoon in Nasfu. the couple will make their me at 28 Almeria ave., Coral tables Ardmore ^^ Mrs. JtSS toainowifz Fine, Rabinowitz Married on Beach In an intimate lamily atmosphere at Rabbi Irving Lehrman's study in Temple Emanu-El. Sunday evening. June 26, 7:30 p.m., Miss Ruth Fine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine. 627 10th st.. Miami Beach, became the bride of Jess Rabinowitz. son of Mrs. Nath an Rabinowitz. Brooklyn, N.Y., and Nathan Rabinowitz. Miami Beach. Ceremony was followed by a dinner at the Delano hotel. David Wierstock, uncle of the bride, was best man Matron of honor was Mrs. Daniel Lind, Miami Beach. The bride selected a blush pink ballerina-length gown of imported lace over taffeta with scooped neckline, long sleeves to wrist point and long torso. The bouffant skirt was complimented by a corsage of pink sweetheart roses and stephanotis. Her shoulder-length plush pink veil was attached to a pillbox of lace. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Miami Beach and will make their home in New York. Mlimore Wedding '<'• Miss Cohen •** ( h.rlotte Ann Cohen has aet "ly 31 for her wedding to Barry P'chael Wesker at the Sheraton %  elyedere hotel in Baltimore, Md. ine couple first met when thev PPeared together in a musical wnedy. Best Foot Forward." at w Ring Theatre. ini ,h i rloMe is th d fhter of Mr %  n a Mrs Lawrence Cohen of Bal Jmore while Barry is the son of < %  and Mrs. Lew Wesker. 1611 rennsyivania ave.. Miami Beach. Charlotte was a member of Phi s'Sma social wirority at the Univer ItklJL ^ UnL B rr is '"ending [the L'M Law School, where he is a member of Tau Epsilon MM tegal frattrnity. Namoff, Berman IExchange Vows; Will Live in Miami Sydell Namoff became Mrs. David M. Berman in 7 p.m. ceremonies Sunday, June 26. at the Starlight roof of the Biscayne Terrace hotel Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. The former Miss Namoff is the daughter of the Nathan Namoffs, 1300 SW 16th ave. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sanders. 2436 SW 58th ave. Given in marriage by her father, the ijride was attired in a gown styled in white ballerinalength French imported lace made with scoop neckline accented by a scalloped bertha collar sprinkled with iridescents. The fitted bodice and bouffant lace skirt fell to a wide tulle ruffle. She wore matching lace gauntllets. The elbow length veil of French illusion was attached to a pearl crown. The bride carried orchids on a bridal Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. D. K. Rubin, sister of the bride, wear ing a pink iridescent taffetta dress with a boat neckline, tight bodice and bouffant skirt and carrying a pink and white crescent bouquet of rose*. Best man was Herbert J. Cohen. Newly wed Mrs. Berman graduEdelman Birth Dr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Edelman. of 5*37 LaGorce dr.. announce the birth of their daughter, Susan Maureen, on June 24 at Mount Sinai Hospital. The r.ew "arrival Joined her sister. Denise. Just one day before Denises tourtb birthday. Grandparents are Mrs Samson Weiss. Miami Beach, and Mrs. flyman Edelman. Chicago. Father (Jives Miss Reisman Away Rabbi Joseph R. Narot officiated at the 8 p.m. wedding of Miss Patricia Nina Reisman and Irvin Norman Sporn Sunday at the Empress hotel. jjflw Reisman is the daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Isaac L. Reisman. 2251 W 7th st and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Samuel Scherr and Mr. Michael Sporn, of Richmond, Va. Patricia was given in marriage by her father. Mr. Sporn served as best man for his son while Mrs. Joseph R. Reisman. sister-in-law of the uride, was matron of honor. Attired in a blue nylon eyelet and tulle gown, Mrs. Reisman carried a bouquet of blue feathered carnations. Other attendants were Mrs. Albert J. Wasserman, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Sally Ann Slopey of Akron, O., and Miss Cheryl Rose Sporn, sister of the bridegroom. They wore identical gowns and carried white carnations. Sharon Dale Reisman was flower girl and Stephen Howard, ring bearer for their aunt, the bride. Ushers were Joseph B. Reisman. brother of the bride, Albert J. Wasserman and Steven Green of Richmond, and Alvin M. Ziass, of Norfolk. The bride wore a floor length imported Swiss embroidered organdy gown. Her fingertip illusion veil fell from an embroidered organdy cap. She carried a bouquet of tube-roses and white orchids. A reception was held at the Empress after the wedding. The couple will reside in Richmond. Mrs. hvim Sporn Miss Kapner Weds U of F Student Miss Joan Lee Kapner became Mrs. Frank A. Schoenbaum in recent wedding ceremonies at Temple Beth El. West Palm Beach. Rabbi Max Landman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner, of West Palm Beach. The groom's parents are the Samuel Schoenbaums, 1328 Collins ave.. Miami Beach. Buddy Barton, of Miami, was best man. Ushers included Nathan Moskowitz. Miami Beach. The bride graduated from Palm Beach High School in 1952 and at tended the University of Florida Mr. Schoenbaum is a Miami Beach High School graduate and presently attends the University of Florida. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. Following their wedding trip to Nassau, the couple arc residing at 1417 NW 3rd aVe., Gainesville Mrs. Kalph MMlN / Mantons Will Live In Kew Gardens Wedding of Miss Suzanne Helene Field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Field of New York City, to Ralph A. Manton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Manton. 1771 SW 21st ter., took place Sunday at the Sherry Netherland hotel in New York. Dr. Elias Solomon officiated. The couple and their families received friends at a reception at the Sherry Netherland that evening immediately after the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of silk taffeta made along princess lines and adorned with lace, seed pearls and sequins Her fingertip illusion veil was attached to a lace crescent coronet. The Mantons will live in Kew Garden Hills. NY. rVl HAi/h THl Wernw-Kahn Mrs. DsnrM M. Barman ated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Florida. The groom is also a Miami Senior High graduate and received his degree from the University of Miami. His fraternity was Alpha Epsilon Pi. He is currently a CPA with the firm of Resnek and Landis. He and his bride will live in Miami after their wedding trip to Nassau. •*wwv SHOW rout CONTINUED FAITH m rm fUTUKi Of fSIAft Invest in Israel Bonds Coll Mayshtt JI %  4969 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 NX 5th St. PH. 9*441 AL MEIDENBERO. 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[ASE Of MAT HOIMAN MOT YET CLOSED it£jlie\wiislb-l0l-t 330. of the Jewish War erans of Miami Beach, under direction of Maj. Herman Sokwill also participate in the ervance of Independence Day. irr. who has led the fight for >portionment at the current of the legislature, will ik on the theme of •'Democracy (hanging World." A graduate [Duke University. Orr received law degree from the University Honda, where he was an editor the Law Review. A former asiate of ex-Senator Claude PepOrr is presently practicing with the firm of Morehead. (rest. Gotthardt & Orr. in Mirk M. Fink, chairman of the i-ncanism and civic affairs comFederation Reveals Tally of Allocations Made to CIA Beneficiary Groups in '55 As Leaders Meet to Map New Needs Jewish communal life in Greater Miami, throughout the nation and in Israel received a record allocation of SI.260,000 from the funds realized in the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal. Announcement of the record alfunds last year and is slated to receive $140,000 in the coming year. The only local agency which requested a reduced allocation for the coming year was the National Council of Jewish Women, whose lotment was made at the first ofEnglish for foreign born program ficial Greater Miami Jewish Federation board of governors meeting held on Thursday evening at Hibiscus Lodge hall. Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman of the budget committee, reported to nearly 200 members of Federation's board that increased cash allocations were made to nearly all major beneficiaries of the Combinhas been taken over by the Dade County public school system. The social service agency received $4,890 and is accepting $2,390 in the coming year. A reorganized beneficiary on the local scene is the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund not included in the 1955 campaign. Reflecting the need of worldwide Jewry, especially the distressed Appeal. Although the drive neted families of Europe, the Middle )nadians Told Art* tit ion Seems ludicrous flONTREAL (JTA) — Israel Amsador to Canada Michael Comay the representatives of 50 nagathered in plenary session ie International Civil Aviation (anization here that Israel is ly disturbed at the difficulties aled for the ICAO in the Middle and the inability of the ICAO Surmount them thin far, in spite IN sincere effort to do so. The activities of the ICAO on phonal basis are vital to inter ional aviation, as such regional pvities are equally vital to other M national bodies. History and Icriphy have made Israel an esMinl and permanent feature of MldCsjl landscape." be said. h is anomalous that the region"tiice oi t.n international organptloc should be located in a counwhich denies access or commication to a neighboring nabe pointed out. Jakm f. Orr, Jr. mittee of the Lodge, is in charge of arrangements for the rally. Music will be furnished through the courtesy of the Miami Federation of Musicians. Serving on the committee with Fink are Burnett Roth. Harry Newmark, Meyer Teigman, David Schwartz, Charles H. Lee, Gershon Miller, George J. Bert man. Leo Eisenstein, Sol Goldstrom and Gilbert Balkin. This year's observance will be tied in with the 40th anniversary of the founding of the City of Miami Beach. All of the members of the city council have been invited to attend. ted 92 percent of its established goal, a new record was set in number of contributors over previous years, Dr. Goodman reported. Over 10.000 persons gave gifts to CJA as computed with 8,606 in 1954 and 7,135 in 1963. Last year's contributors boosted their personal gifts in the amount of $176,793.17 in the 1955 tund drive. The chairman's analysis presented for approval to the board of governors indicated that, in every instance but one, local beneficiaries will receive greater allocations than last year. To continue the expanding program of Jewish education in the Hebrew schools, the Bureau of Jewish Education will receive $50,900 compared with $44,900 issued last year. The Jewish Home for the Aged, allocated $54,000 in 1954. will receive a slight increase of $55,000 this year. Expanding service programs in outlying areas and augmented opLiebman in Third Term On Z0A Executive Group Seymour B. Liebman, Miami Beach attorney and communal civic worker, was elected an officer and member of the national executive committee of the Zionist Organization of America at the ZOA national convention held in Washington, D.C. This is Liebman's third term as a member of the national executive. He holds many local offices in the Zionist movement and has recently been appointed chairman of the High Holy Day appeal for the Israel Bond Campaign in Greater Miami. Liebman is listed in "Who's Who in World Jewry" and is a member of the board of governors of the Development Corporation for Israel and on their national speakers bureau. Mortimer May was reelected president of the ZOA and Abe Goodman, a former Miami Beach resident, was elected vice president and chairman of the inner committee. East and Israel, an increased allocation amounting to $537,500 was made to the UJA this year. Dr. Goodman announced. The UJA, major beneficiary of the Greater Miami fund drive, sought a national goal of $99,521,275 this year to help strengthen the economy of the State of Israel, to meet the emergency settlement, welfare and rehabilitation needs of immigrants and oppressed Jews in nearly two dozen other countries. This work! girdling program is crating costs will give the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Dr. Shapiro Succeeds Dr. Levin as Club President Richard Shapiro, Miami Beach radiologist, was elected president of the Phi Delta Epsilon Graduate Club of Greater Miami last week at a regular meeting in the Algiers hotel. Dr. Shapiro succeeded Dr. Leo Levin, last year's president, who turned over the gavel to the new leader at the dinner meeting. Also elected by the medical group were Maurice Edelman, vice president: Stanley Schwartz, secretary; Theodore Struhl, treasurer; Charles Wigderson, sergeant-atarms; Afred Levin and William Wickman, senators: and Maurice Zimmerman, historian. Dr. Shapiro announced appointment of three committee heads for the coming year. They are Dr. Marvin Meitus, entertainment committee; Dr. Seymour Alterman, membership committee: and Dr. Howard Russman, lecturership committee. 'Fireworks Fiesta' Sunday Or. Uorr'n Gttdmaa SI 19,000. compared w.th S109.000 last year. The Jewish Family Service will continue its vocational guidance and sheltered workshop program and will undertake a child care program on a long-range scale. The ajjency received $38,900 in 1954 and will get $41,000 this year. Mt. Sinai Hospital's growing deficit and expanding free patient program drew $125,000 in CJA conducted through UJA's constituent agencies: the United Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and the New York Association tor New Americans. The humanitarian program would aid 472,000 men, women and children in the-e widely separated areas: Israel, Europe and Moslem lands and in the U.S.A. Eight Israeli education, welfare, cultural and labor agencies are scheduled to receive $23,225. a slight increase over last year. Among these are Hadassah, Pioneer Women's Organization, National Committee for Labor Israel. American Technion Society and American Friends of Hebrew University. Ten sen-ice and cultural institutions in the United States are to receive $19,000 compared with their $16,350 allocation last year. Among these are National Jewish Welfare Board. B'nai B'nth National Vi uth Sen-ice Appeal and Yiddish ocientific Institute. Nineteen religious and educational institutions throughout the Young Adult Group of Temple Emanu-EI will hold its annual "Fireworks Fiesta" Sunday evening. July 3. in the Temple social u n Vted States "will get $6~450 in ball, according to Bert Tumpson, president. The program planning committee includes Hy Josovitz, Paul Kw'.tney and Bernard Jackson. the coming year, a slight increase over the previous year. Prominent among these institutions are Continued on Pg 10 B History of American Zionism Copyright. 186. tj> Arlcn JovUh Trtm 3. Prestige and Prominence By DR. JAKOB ROSENTHAL ond MAURICI del BOURGO ^ w, OVWiAK W'WM**',^ THf FtOMAfON O* ****** "2£ ISTS flA !" THl ZOA | "ASCAU* V** TQ HAD THl MOVIMIWT. ON AUMWMS. rnl IOUS o WAMWJ I^^SE IXtCUWI COM*"** FC* 6NMAl DOUBT AFAS LOWS IIFWT SWVW THl ZOA AS IXKU. Trvf CHA*MAN OM mi TO m ANO A fM*NT FHOM Itti TO !>:WMM WBZMANN ANO SOKOLOW WSM NMOTIATINe tH IONOON. JUSTICi HANDili WAS ACTlVt H WASH*TON.INllST. •46 MtSaSNT WOOOHOW WH.SONS SOFK*T FC* TMt ISSUANCl Of TV* lALFOt* DtClAHATION IY *MAT MITAM ON NOVfMSH t > %  — THf HSWW OF A NfW MA M JfWlJH MlSTOT JUSTtCI W.IX HANK. FUlTil AND JULIAN MACK JOlNfO THl MOVfMtNT. TMI IATTin WAS RICTK) FST tttSKXNT OF THf ZlOMST ORGANIZATION OF AMWtCA WHICH MFIACSD THf FIONA. TON AT THl FfTO. •OtfcH CONVINDON run



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• PAGE 2 B ADL Issues Statement on New Act; Hails Move as 'Significant Step' in Improved Human Relations Here Honda Regional Office. Ami adopfjqO of this vital measure b) Defamation League of B'nai Bnth.,the 15 session ..f the legislature, thro-gh George .1 Talian-frf chair and commendthe Legislature and man of the Florida Regional ADL'Gov Collins for their significant board this week approved the roles in enacting such legislation. signing by Gov. LeRoy Collins of) 'The ADL has long been gravely the statewide Anti-Discriminatory ; concerned about the extent of disAdvertising Act into law. The criminatory advertising by some move was hailed by representatives I establishments in the State. A of the Florida Regional Office as j comprehensive survey of resort a "significant step forward in im, discrimination in Florida prepared proved human relations in the .for the League by Gilbert J. BalState of Florida." "This uction by Gov. Collins and the 1955 legislative session is of prime importance in the eliminafleeted a shocking incidence of retion of discriminatory advertising .sort discrimination in the State, in places of public accommodation I This survey of resort disenminaJeistn*rkltefi FRIDAY, JULY \,. kin. Florida ADL director, and Alexander F. Miller. ADL national community service director, re in our State." Talianoff said. tion in the State of Florida, which The Anti-Defamation League of wa .s released in May. 1953. sugB'nai B'rith is gratified with thejgested. among other things, the 1 enactment by the Florida State # Cl A J i Legislature of "an act prohibiting Miamians Elected \^ !" ;:*z !" ^' } r esorxand p* • P'-JlL Pnrtr Tnc ADL • s,a,cmcnt said that I 0 D NUl D F I I 0515 '"the League deplores such discrim... jination as un-American and unE. Albert Pallot. prominent Mi; democratic and as constituting a ami civic leader was elected first ; bljgh on |nc g00() name and pco vice president of District Grand p of hc s a(c of F 0rjda Lodge, B naiB nth. at the District ,. Tho measure cnactcd a( |he convention held ,n the Sheraton 955 |egigIative cssion providc> Park hotel, Washington. DC, June ha( no n direc( v or indircct 18 to 20. ly. for himself or for another, shall Other Florida B'nai B'rith leadpublish, post, broadcast by any ers named to important District means, maintain, circularize. issue, B'nai BVith posts at the convendisplay, transmit, or otherwise lotion were George J. Talianoff. Miseminate or place in anv manner ami Beach, reelected national Antibefore the public with reference Defamation League commissioner; t0 an establishment anv advertiseSidney M Aronovitz, Miami. Edmcnt that the patronage of any ward I. Cutler. Tampa, and David perM n j. „,,, welcome, or is .l>J. Wolper. St. Petersburg, elected jectionable. or is not acceptable to the district executive board; and because of his religion." Louis Ossinsky, Sr.. Daytona Beach. The act does not apply to anynational Hillel commissioner. establishment which is private or Ossinsky i< immediate past preslimited to membership only; to any ident of the District Grand Lodge camp administered by any religiand Wolper is presently serving ou s organization, group or sect, adas president of the Florida State mission to which is based on reFederation of Bnai B'rith Lodges. bgious belief or affiliation; or to Gilbert J. Balkin. director of the any gathering, meeting or assemFlorida Regional Office. Anti-Defa&'>' held under the auspices of any mation League of Bnai B'rith, and : religious organization, group or president of the Bnai B'rith Coun:sect. cil of South Florida, was appointed Criminal penalties are provided chairman of the District B'nai for violations of the State AntiB'rith public relations committee. Discriminatory Advertising Act. Appointed chairman of the new I "It is our sincere hope," the District Bnai B'rith committee on statement continued, "that full and trust and testamentary gifts to' immediate compliance with the B'nai B'rith was Joseph A. Rayvis. j new statewide Anti-Discriminatory president of Miami Sholem Lodge, Advertising Act will be achieved B'nai B'rith. ; through recognition of the imporHarry S. W'ender. of Washing-Itance of such legislation in enhancton. D.C.. was elected and installed ing good human relations, tourism, president of the B'nai B'rith Disj %  trict, which comprises all states and the district of Columbia from Maryland through Florida. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 and economic progress in Florida.' the League said. "The tour.st Ifr dustry is one of the mainstays ol our State's economy. Mm in.. proudly advertises its climate and facilities to attract vacationers and permanent settlers, and visitors and residents of our state proper^ should expect to dwell and* reside in Florida communities free from] evidences of resort discrimination" The legislative action in adopt ing the statewide Anti-Discriminatory Advertising Act should go a long wav towards enhancing the good name and economic growth. together with progress in human relations understanding in our; State. Talianoff said. The Florida State Anti Discrim[ inatory Advertising Act was preceded by the pioneering Miami Beach Anti Discriminatory' Advertising Ordinance enacted in 1949; and the Surfside Anti-Bias Sign Ordinance adopted in 1951. the. League said. "We are proud that j State policy through law has now! been established throughout the entire State that discriminatory advertising based on religious ex elusion is contrary to the peace.; dignity and welfare of the citizens of our State," the League continued. MISOKAMIII SERVICE "ART" "MAOffV" -HAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting Phones 3-2244, 2-6652 M IAMI TITL€ sdktroctCa ESCROW? i^2KL C1 m DADE C0UN !" ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE This Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Copffof, Surplus I Reserves *ted 13,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 3-1892 IN THE MAIL Fditor. The Jewi-h Horidian: I here has recently been brought to im attention the very interest m „ %  1 „i Ml] written editorial which appeared in the May 20 issue of The Jewish Floridian. 1 eyas deeply impressed with it suicf it indicatethat where there is a venous effort made, nationally and locally, on the part of all of our Jewish leaders to plan together, constructive results for the future growth >f our American Jewish commun t> life are achieved. As one who had an active part in the representation of the Semmarv in building this relationship with the Greater Miami Jewish community, I wish to express my appreciation to all of those who cooperated so sincerely and effectively in helping to achieve this goal. Your publication should be highly commended for bringing this important development to the attention of all of American Judaism. JOEL S. GEFFEN, Director. Depart mcnt of Field Activities. Jewish Theological Seminary Fditor. The Jewish Floridian: Thank you very much for the fine article publicizing our r,^ tion Kxercises, which appea|H the FlorHian on June 3 V%\ that this publicity helped to this event an outstanding stL and we are very grateful for y 0 g cooperation. MRS. SAMUEL 6JRTMAN !0 Foreign .V BUILDERS Of IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE Tratf O nia JfWfSN TRADE l~kttiH 2 Starr WMto MNkfl THURMOND M0NUMINT CO. MARKERS $40.00 •let CewslTy CWf es Hna>tMW OVER $900,000.00! 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IIDAY. JULY I. IMS *Jel*tfhrtdiar PAGE 3B 9ii <& ld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Bernstein. 1260 SW 19th (ler.. who has just graduated rom Miami Senior High :hool as valedictorian of ler class, left for New York. /here she will spend the summer prior to entering Barlard College in September to lajor in physics. Doris was [winner of the third priss in Ithe Senior Physical Science [Division of the Science Fair [recently held at the University of Miami, with her exIhibit of a scale model of I atoms combining in neutrali|zatios. Roof Leak? Call Victor Conn lot its rapefc 1* — •#'y • "ewne. Far If** aa t i —u akene 9-5274 u'lue Roofin* Co. Zamora Teen Agers ta Attend Summer Camp Rabbi B. Leon Hurwiti revealed Wednesday that members of the Zamora Emunah Teen Age Division will attend the United Synagogue Youth summer camp during the last week in August at Hendersonville, N.C. The group will be headed by Sharon Press, Harriet Ostrie, Joy Davidow and Esther Brenner. MEET MR. PAN AM Here's our newest associate—Mr. Pan Am — commissioned to symbolize our friendly services. Mr. Pan Am is a Miamian, and as a true cosmopolitan, speaks two languages fluently —English and Spanish. He knows our facilities intimately. We hope he'll induce you to become familiar with them, too! PAN AMERICAN BANK Or MIAMI. HOIIDA MIMIII IIOIIAl IISIIVI STSTfM rtOllAt OlfOSIT INSVIANCI COtP. S ( 1.1 S* ol 3rd An. PMONf 2 7211 Carpet Laying and Repadrina RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South RiTer Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007 ACE RUG CLEANERS FURNITURE CLEANING SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 34 New Yerker interested in making Miami Beach my future home. Fin* character, loyal, advertising: bachground, nvtr been married, top personality, and came* from a fine Jewish family. I have an idea for a business venture here in Miami which I feel very confident is a good and sound plan. I soak a prominent and well established businessman who is able to help finance such a venture, when convinced of my sincerity and honesty. All replies will be in strict confidence. Please write: Mr W. S., c o Jewish Floridian, BOH 2973, Miami IS, Florida. Avn^^rfWn^V. Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntlnalan Medical Building let U, mm fltHT MUM, F10M0A fMOHl 2-74*1 One of the largest and Host Complete Prescriptioa Pharmacies In the World W. I. FOSSETT, B re*itff>r # Lula Jones fUwtrt tar All Occasion* %  III VItV • Cat Flaweea • ••tied risata Ct W fJ M • VeHMTdl •(• •tie s.w. till sum 2-5790 Phones 2-5562 it's time for arouiid-the-clork COMFORT WITH -


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•AGE4B IPwl*Mk*ja**!L FRIDAY. JULY l JON THE CBS President Sees Sky No Limit for TV THE BETH EL STORY. With a History of th Jews in M.ch.gan Bofort 1850 by Irving I. KaH; and Thraa Hundred Years .n America, by Dr. Jacob R. Marcos. 238 pp. Detroit: Wayne University Press. 1955. By HILARY MINDLIN IT HAS always -eemed to me that one of the most enchanting aspectof being a Jew is the compelling setae of identity with the past. One feels personally, and sees in every Jew. the accretion of thousands of years, ancestral lvmph brought by time to the pulse of today It i> not' the same, this feeling, as that peculiar sort of snobbism which -earchefeverishly among the great and near great for a Jewish name, or a Jewish parent, or at least a half Jewish seventh cousin (twice removed^although the two are by no means unrelated. (And the pun is rjflK? unintentional.! Rather it is a s Cm i mv-tical sensitivity, an awesome awarerv the sheer weight of centuries behind you. stretching back into the mists of prehistory, to a time when men wrestled with angels, and God spoke to man It is a feeling which comes upon one at odd moments, ebbing and flowing in consciousness aa capricious tide. When it come-, it is a mood to conjure with I have before me a book which has set it matinI k of documentand photograph-, represer.tir.2 devoted research and compilation Irving I Katz. executiv rj ol Ii-mplc Beth hi in Detroit, presentthe history ol the temple from itlormation at the home of Isaac and Sarah Coxens, in 1850 Undoubtedly, the part of the book d particular!! with the story of Beth El will be of more interest to Detroiters than to those qualntance with the city u '" a new automobile. But the portion called 'Jewin Michigan before 1830'" has that ring ol far go which stirs collective memory. IT INCLUDES, for instance, an Indian deed for the island ol Mackj inac. sold to K.nu George III for Five Thousand PoundNew York currency being the adequate and compleat value of the before men( tioneri Island," and signed with the markol the ''Cbipiwa' chief's. Kitchie Negon, Pouanas. Koupe and Magou-eihigan The marklook | like a child's drawing "f a cow reaching vainly for the moon, which ; erhaps -insularly appropriate. The deed wawitnessed by Benjamin Lyon, among otherThe date. 1781. Somefifty years later, in 1837. a man n^med Frederick E Cohen appeared on the Detroit scene. He wathe first Jewish artist in Michigan, almost awell known lor hipractical jokeafor his portraitThe story told ithat once, when a prominent stone contractor refused to pay for portraitof himself and his daughter. Cohen -imply painted a "huge pair of asses' earon the man's head.'" a beard on the daughter face, and hung them in the po-t office, a meeting place for the town. "The portraitwere quickly paid for and removed from public exhibition." "Three Hundred Yearin America.' by Dr. Jacob R. Marcufamed author and hi-torian. fills in delightfully -ome of the history outside of Michigan, and markthe book aa true Tercentenary production although, strictly -peaking, it commemorates Beth El s 100th anniversary. The book is impressive, exciting, and beautifully printed by the Wayne University Press. Television. the medium which has 36 million outlets in thicountry, in daily DM, ll the medium thai bears a major respon-il.ilitv for what is teh" and thought and acted upon through out all America, according to Frank Stanton. president of the Columbia Broadcasting System. Up to now." -ayStanton. •television with all its faults in itvery brief life, has made an enormous contribution to art. to science, to society and to political and social enlightenment in this country. From heavyweight thinkers, it get little public credit for this. It gets little credit from them except f o r making money and selling goods and keeping kids from their homework." According to the CBS network president, the practical reason why sponsors with something to %  M to con-umers have -w..rmed to television as an advertising medium ithat because, despite all its problems, and despite all |fa failure* to satisfy TV critics „, creators, the strongest sustained attention of America is BOW, daily and nightly, bestowed on television ait ibestowed on nothing else. •This only." explains Stanton. 1 think we can say of the potentials of television: that not even the sk\ is the limit The potentials of television have no closed top: They are as big as the potentials of an American society or a world society, and I do not feel lik" -etling a limit on that. Whatever man is going to do. we shall more and more follow and record. "But in another sense I would put a very sharp limitation on the potentials of television. I feel I know where television wi||f, and where it has to fail [| h as fail in substituting itvli f or active participation in life I his has been asked of it. must not respond. Let teievia have a mass audience, but en forbid that it be a univt audience of homogenized in a leveled society, without era or inspiration." If television has a passive. .. dience, which Stanton denies',1 must do everything it can he bt-l lieves, to shake that audience out I of its passivity. "We can help educat: >n stan-l ton goes on, "but we cannot be[ education. We can give the pulpitI a wider range, but we cannot bel religion. We can help the AmtrJ ican home, but we cannot be par-l ents. The true, proper function of television in our society is not >| make a perfect world, but to| meet the world as we find itMil.TO\ VRtEUMAX — RiLL XSOU I. — Holman Demands Back Paycheck from New York Brundage, Olympics, Spain Tool of Aral) Intimidation The Spani-h Embassy here nevtion-. will nevertheless participate er missean opportunity to tell on an equal ha-is in the 1956 Olym how well Spain's 3.000 Jewarc picat Melbourne. But the International Olympic Some feel that the Franco re Committee upheld Spain. Avery gime lu-ing itavowed liberalBrundage. the American chairifm • lews in a cynical bid man of the Committee, helped rcto gain a good name in the world ject Israel's appeal. Last March, accommunity. Others, including cording to the New York Journalmany wh i gavi Franco the benefit American. Brundage gave a-surof all doubt hocked ances that he would support Isby Spain's unsportsmanlike ban rael But when the issue emerged against I-rael participation in the at the Paris meeting of the Interforthcoming Mediterranean Olymnational Olympic body he said: picat Barcelona "We believe Spain has the right to Sportenthusiasts throughout send invitations to the countries the United States -hare a common devotion to fair play. Spain Miscalculated badly when it sought to appease Arab hatred of Israel. The Spanish action barring Israel has recalled tthe totalitarian roots of the Franco Government to millions of sports fans of all faithChairman Eroanuel Celler, of the House Judiciary Committee, and other Americanwho sought to persuade the Spanish Ambassador here on the Olympics issue receiv, ry nat,on has l,x own holidays. Some are religious, othernaed no satisfaction. One Spanish ,lonal Somo concpr themselves with commemoration of peace and diplomat made the assertion that some w n war Some are colorful and festive; others somber and retrothe Arabs, after all. sympathized spec,ive with Gen Franco's forces during •••rael. like every other country in the world, marks the > early the Spanish Civil War. hinting that calcndar with a variety of such red-letter day*. There is a day such as -ome Jewish volunteers were to be ihls in ,ne <*** %  • %  On July 19 the Ncgev-Yarkon pipeline will be found on the Loyausl side. The ( '" lc al| 3 opened and water will rush fertility to the thirsty soil in the Spanish press attache openlv ad ; Sou,ne !" regions of Israel Through this pipeline, a whole new chap it want' BiNNA GROSS II 1 V — Negev-Yarkon Pipeline Opening Red-Letter Day The case of ba-ketball coach Nat Holman is still very much alive BS far aone aspect is concerned— finances. Nat is demanding a total of $17.572 in back pay from the city of New York He has filed a claim to I his effecL The back pay ito cover the period when he was suspended as a result of the charges growing out of the basketball scandalAfter a big fight over the issue, and a lot of public protest. Nat was finally reinstated to his old post at the City College of New York. There are other financial aspects of sports in the news this month Sydney J. Weinberg was one of five directors of the Madison Square Garden Corporation who resigned in a dispute over the wa) the corporation was being run. The barrage of criticism of those who resigned was levelled at Jim Morris, who habeen accused of knowing an "underworld" person. Weinberg, in bowing out of the director post, was quoted by the New York World Telegram as ing: T don't want anything to do with anyone or anything that has anything to do with the underworld." It is known that much of the hostility between those who resigned and Morris was created by disagreements over who had control of the corporation. Tennis star Herb Flam got as far as the quarter finals in the Rome international tennis tournamitted that Spain's relations with North African Arabs and the Arab League states were too important to allow Israel to participate at Barcelona. Israel was first invited and later uninvited" by Spain. On November 4. 1953, Spain formally invited the Israel Olympic Committee to join in the forthcoming games I-rael immediately accepted. The Arabs learned of the invitation and urged Spain to withdraw it. Knowing that the Olympic constitution requires that "all sports meetings be free from political and racial discrimination, Israel appealed to the International Olympic Committee. Israel knew that even Communist China, which is not recognized by the United Naler of reclamation and redemption opens—and with it, a new life for the settlers of the Negev and a new enticement for those who will come to join them. Water means life in Israel It is all that simple and literal. Water means irrigation, growth, and viability, and a fair chance for human beings to live under difficult conditions It means agriculture and stability and even security. And so this piplinc, both actually and iy* Doucauy. Is worth knowing something about—because it is an integral part of the 20th century story of this ancient land. The statistics themselves relate drama and struggle and determination How much water will this pipeline carry down to the Negev? uver one hundred million cubic meters a year. One hundred cubic meters of l,f e How long did it take, this extraordinary project • It took three years Three years out of Israel's total span of seven, inree years to make the pipes, to build and run the Yuval Gad facial 0 m s k ''! cd wwk Three years to make mistakes and cot^ TT d Who wcre ,nc wkers? More than 700 people are ems, wh... y ,h t' Ga ? More ,han "••"* o' >* !" newcomers, J"!.' K ,he y he| P*d to build the pipe that would run water to the ..? th ned about ,srae1 and thev lmed their new language, Z rhln JnT 1 ? ab V e a elsc now il fe€,s do a ^portent *' perhaps an historic job. and certainly a vital one Nat Holman cos* still open ment. He was eliminated by Italian champion Fausto Gardini by a 1 of 6—1. 4—6. 6—2. 6—1. ; Flam had done much better in the j Kent grass court matches in London. There he fought his wa\ to !the final-, but then was defeated by Tony Trabert. This was an important preparatory match for the Wimbiea on competition. Pablo Fisenberg got as far as the second round in doubles competition in the London grass courts tennis championship play. Eisenberg teamed up with John Ager. SAUL # Iff SOY — Mrs. Hannan Was Top UN Woman Leader Since Mrs Franklin n R<.v„. M, i .: Since Mrs Franklin D. Roo-evelt gave up her membership on the United States delegation here, only thnee women dakfatea have attained the stature of genuine leadership and recognition. They are Mr<>-wald B Lord who represents the United Station the Human Rights Commision; Mrs. Minerva Bernarding, of the Dominican Republic, who is chairman of the Commission on the Status of Women; and Mrs Zena Harman, a member of the Israel delegation. Of the threethere is lutlo doubt here judged by the amount of responsible work entrusted to her, the leader iMrHarman. Mrs. Harman has JU s t left for I-rael with her husband. Avra ham Harman. who has given up his position as Israel Consul General in New York for a post „f importance at the Foreign Ministry m Jerusalem. And as Mrs Harman was departing, the number of bon voyage wishes she received from delegation heads as well as from ranking UN secretariat members indicated that In' had made an enviable place here not only for her young coUa> try but also for herself. Fortunately, she Is coming back. She continues to be nt only a member of the Israel delegation and is expected to I* • hand when the tenth session of the General Assembly convenes Sept. 20—she is also chairman of the program committee of I"* United Nations Children's Fund, and represents Israel on the Co** mission on Women's Status Bjassj



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>AY. JULY 1. 1955 1 +Jewish narkBan ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ETH EMETH CONGREGAwill hold Friday evening. | it 7:30. Herbert Buhw.ild officiate, assisted by the choir. fleet of the sermon will be: jit Child and Religion."' Saturmorning services are at 9:43. • • • kAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH ftUNITY CENTER will hold .lay evening services at 6:45.' |urelay morning services are at 9. I eo Heim will officiate and Ll the musical portions of the Jrgy. Mincha is at 6:45, followed IM.nariv. • • JETH JACOB CONGREGATION Jl hold Friday evening services |6:45. Saturday morning services Bl 8:30. Evening services will %  a t 6:30, with Shalos Seudos folding Guest Rabbi Tibor Stern II officiate and deliver the serU* Guest Cantor Joseph Langwill render the musical portn-of the liturgy. Daily services 111 be at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • JORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN PR will hold special Friday cveng services at 7. Rabbi Mayer pramowitz will discuss: "An nerican Rabbi Views Zionism." |tunlay morning services will inH M| th< liturgy. Judge and Mrs. ||M i-tein and Mr. and Mrs. AltV will be hosts at Kiddush folding. • • • IETH TFILAH CONGREGA>N will hold Friday evening nces at 7. Saturday morning rvices are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph kckovsky will officiate and dis|s"The Home and the Syna{ue." At 3:30 p.m., he will each on Ethics of the Fathers. jineha is at 6 p.m.. followed by alos Seudos and Maariv. Daily nces will be at 7:30 a.m., folded by a class in Mishna. Mincha it 7 p.m. Class in Talmud will be |d Tuesdays at 6 p.m. • • • JORTH DADE JEWISH CEN |R will hold Friday evening serv[.it 8.15, with Rabbi Henry [olica officiating and discussing: h o Destroyed Jerusalem?" bir will be under the direction Lucille Moore. Cantor Maurice In will render the musical porIn<>i the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat )l follow, with Mr. and Mrs. Harsh< pmaker as hosts in honor |their i r.. Stephen, who will bei Bar Mitzvah during Saturh morning services at 9. The Bar %  zvah will deliver the Sabbath i %  in the topic: "What the IKI Requests of Thee." • • • [TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH[DE CENTER will hold Friday fining services at 8:30. Jack >rke. president, will officiate in !<• absence of Rabbi Abraham trson. Saturday morning services hat 9. Kiddush will follow. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate and discuss recent sessions he attended of the Central Conference of American Rabbis held in Asbury Patk, N.J. Members of the Sisterhood will preside at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Stiber, 421 Almeria, will become Bar Mitzvah. The Stibers will be hosts at Kiddush following. • • Candlelighting Time Tammuz 11 — 6:55 p.m. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood', will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will discuss: "Spirit of Faith." Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Daily morning services are at 9. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate. Class in Ethics of the Fathers will be held at 6:15 p.m. Mincha is at 7, followed by Maariv. • e • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 7. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac Ever and Cantor Fishel Lutman will officiate. Host at Kiddush will be Emerich Weisz. At 6:30 p.m.. Rabbi Ever will discuss Ethics of the Fathers. Mincha follows at 7. Daily services will be at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m., with Sunday morning services slated for 9. • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 9. Morris Brooks will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mineba is at 5:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 7 a.m. • 41. • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Greatest Comfort." • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. During the summer months there will only be a prayer service. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Evening services are at 6:45 p.m., i followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily {services will be at 8 a.m. and 15 'minutes before sundown. • • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Saturday morning serv ices at 8:45. Harry Simons will officiate. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Begins Summer Schedule Office of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, at 600 Lincoln rd.. will conduct its business on a summer schedflta, duting the hour? t* lp^,m. io 2 Vftmcti '^C^IUIviilMV^ PAGE SB p.m., beginning on Tuesday. July 5. These hours will be observed during the months of July and August, according to an announcement by Daniel M. Broad, president of Ihe BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening services at 7. Saturday morning services are at 9. Mincha will be at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will conduct Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Halpern, win become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. 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PAGE 6 8 rmPAY. HILY 1,195 5 Hillel GiHs Name Miss Janice Bloch nice Bloch has been elected :dent of H:!lel B'nai B nth her officers recently ected jde Beaa Halbstein and Bar Arnex. vice president; Judy. -fan-: ETarne I:< rr'-P-.nding secreRonnie Faafce, trea-urer chaplain: R02 ^ &f Th. Jewish Ftoridian, toeether with n^^c^A^ ~~ *-* %  cookery. ab-oroed. t n Summer Carrf Party Stephen S Wise roup "5 das^di will hold a summer card Pa rty at the North Shore Jcw.-h Center Sunday evening July J Mrs M. Mtndrl i> in charge of re. •ervationDiscuss Swim Oemt t Plans Sharet. B'mi B'rith Young Worn.* en. held a regular business meeting at the home of Lorraine Kanlenberg. 1438 Jefferson ave, Tues-' day evening. Plans for the swim, dance scheduled for early Ji^ were discussed. H tern, chaplain, noz m k i nB a almost completely Hirst*. Ml £ £ Have fm ever tried making *,* P und( r |he broller psruameotanai. Bonnie „*,„ di-h of Beef Heart ondR.ce cover P on op .and Sondra Deutscn serft-, atasty a combination a. any name to ^.^ Lesser hisc hef could possibly dew>e Be5.de>. Jem *U I •' an Roz R*J sakofl and Helen a nd thiis important, nutritional* Fe-sler board members and Roj y speakingorgan meat are a >r.d Jndj Weim BB • -he diet for good he The heart n trimmed by poor 4 i you have to d >nch cubewhen read> z H inin Ovmolinos cups cooked, mashed potatoes tsp salt egg-, -lightly beaten cup all-purpose fk>ur. sifted slicewhite bread, diced and toasted 'small croutons* qtboiling hot water tblsp Let the mashed potatoes cool be adding salt, beaten egs mi i flour to form a doug mn rout SUMMU VACATION m rm uui tftci mountm OSCEOLA LAKE INN HENOERSOkVUll. MOBTM CAROLINA Jet %  •, Owoer-AV. Season J 1t • Octeeer Is! IMMMUI Rasas e New Donee ease 1 Recreation Hall e Swinuniof Peel ond Children's Woding Reel e Jewish American Ceisine 3 meals Daily e AM IMW witfc Shower or Doth e xkufflsfcaaH. Pinf-Rena, Hendaoll, lowing, Fithia>fl, waff, Morseoock %  idiot. Wieoie toasts, etc. Call OD WWTI: t. 0. I0X 744, HENMRSONVN.il, UX. MOM flM enough to mold in the hand Form the mixture into balU the sue of green pepper, diced .u *r mi.ftH ftn* if an apple then flatten each in turn alt or mixed flavot -n w o( he eft hand and ,~> 'nlace come light lv browned, toastCUP '"SflZZ? SrSoSS in'the center and form ,or ean f d Wr [Sto a ball again. Drop each ball or r i rir* u;. hed dumpling into boiling salted water %  ng gram r.c* -hed ^. ^ cooR at ( m|W bubb e „„,, : draineo ; utex alter dropping in the for garDUNCRAGGAN INNr^tTT. ffeisrt World Foasoos Ceisine S*^ *T 30lh to Oct. 1st American Plan Beginning at $60.00 a Week COUNSELOR FOR CHILOREN New tecreofion Building OrcWsIra an* Dancing Write for Free leoklet Yser Roats, tlaowhe and SM Lewis IN the aleenteios HfNDttSOHVtlU, MX. ( nvention will be Janice nwen j pn glor garr.;-n \ZLTZr~ikim~m* w'lth a oerforrut prepared beef heart into ^* f ^'"i*^. threat ,nxh cubev Pat dry or dut with ed ^ n -J a Qr ]ust |ain ms. lev.ne tieaeo u Melt shortening m a large gr > J. e / Mrs. levine fleeted with grated Cheddar 45 minutes or till beef heart cubes are tender The liquid should be Life Editor Will Teach at U of M Serve with sour cream topping. Goes well with a fish dinner rfjfr^ NOW onion anu s^" F^Kf" *— •— : __i.__ :*rs. Keuoen L*vme. 01 c-i • MPwi rubei 0 f nea rt and stir lightdumpling..— •-— ^ 223. Ladie, Aailiar,J^jtSJKSSilS J-p. cbee^ ; du ; t with papr.ka and j-h War Veteranwa, unani-,/ ... remainin g .ngredient^ dot with butter Slip under tne jsl, elected president of the de^ p t parslev and cLk.^ered. broiler flame for 2 to 3 ".nuteoto Uncnt of Florida at a *tfe con^ ^^^^ J t] „ b^ h#art cubei b rown lightly and melt rt^ cheese. vertion in St Petersburg thipast v ?k C'her local officerapp'.mted vt Mr Lester Soldz. Miami eh, and Mrs. Buddy Logue.j I al Gables, vice president-: Mrs. '. Lingston. Hialeah Miami :ir,g>. treasurer: Mr. Mat Le Vise, North Shore, chaplain: and Wil-on Hick-, for 11 yeare* Norton Leff. North Miami' ecutive editor of Life Magazine. eh. conduetrei ihas been appointed to the UniverThe Coral Gables Post and Auxsity of Miami faculty, it was an243 received an award forjnounced Wednesday. -t inerease in memberHe will teach a pioneer course I in photojournalism this fall.; ^^ unique because "we will start not with the camera, but at the other when the picture story began it I end—with the photograph Hicks was a leader of the field ri-e to journalistic importance two decades ago. His life has been devoted to recognition of the photograph aa coequal and companion of the printed word. Hicks-was hired as Life's picture 'editor less than four months after the first issue in 1936. For 13 years he hired and developed talent for Life, including 90 percent of iti Soeod year tacotien in the Blec gidge Meeetains Thv Horowitz Hoshvr inn 331 First Ave., W. Hendervonville, N.C 33rd UASOH it Kwner fotai prepared in the < %  — ?-:i:ft B/ (jtpert csoke. HrH* or pion* 92CC for rosorvo* ;i All room* witn private and HOe d -3 Catrt THIS MEANS %  r^^y^^^^ present staff of photographer-, and both the present publisher and managing editor. And now he wants to teach, because "it will give me a good chance to dig into the whys and wherefores of picture" Many colleges teach the mechanics of the cameras and now some are tackling the use of the picture, but this unique course will mark the first outright and thorough study of the "mentals" of photography. Hicks said Hicks retired from active employment on Life in 1950 From 'then until 1952. be was author of Life Whatin a Picture "" serial He hanow taken up Florida citizenship and owns a home iin Homestead, 30 miin^ i vv vrvvw-vr>y yv' ARE YOU FA RBLUN J E T ? Jead today for yewr free copy of the wonderful sew Jewish-toflitli "Moodoook ef Familiar Jewish Wrd sod Exsressieof". See !" *" •* pane 34; also ^tgf ti p p,, IM o. $, "ii^ k m A Cneiodf' oo set* a. 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JAY. JULY 1, 1955 • JewlstHcrMkHi PAGE 7 B F Girls Start lony, to be Given %  ority Status By JOAN SACHS October 14. 1954. at the Uni|tv of Florida, a sorority was [ If anyone disagrees with my gy. you will have to deal -one of the Colony sisters, for \\ of us the sorority has been •a baby. We all feel as if we | mothered it into maturity, the irity which will come in Sepsr when the Delta Phi Colony become a national chapter of |a Phi Epsilon Sorority. lie first year has been a hard as well as a good one. The activity which we participatin was Homecoming. Not havtoo much time for preparas. the only thing which we Id actively engage in was a float Homecoming parade. We jratcd a car to look like a baby fiage. rosebuds and all, arH had "doctor." "nurse." and two sies in it. There was even a ^k riding on the hood. The title naturally, was "Birth of a )rity." is a baby cuts its teeth one by -so our activities came. Our ige class was first. Fifteen girls :!• up the first pledge class of Delta Phi Colony. The pledge }quet was held at the Thomas [ %  1. where the girls received ir pledge ribbons which they re until they received their Ige pics. fhcn as a baby learns to walk, branched out in our activities the social world known to |ry sorority. We attended sogiven for us by the (raterles, as well as a tea in our lor given by the Pan Hellenic incil. e did not stop with social funcis, however. We realised our |ies as a responsible group and it beyond them. We sold TB (Is; gave a very successful Frinight service at the Hillel indation: took a poll for the Icemen of Gainesville as part of jroject for the' university's Week program; held an egg |t for the children at the Negro lldren's Nursery; aerved reKhments after Purim services the local congregation; worked Hillel (in the choir, serving Sunmorning breakfasts, and on kcutive council); and we even \\ out to the Florida Farm Colwit h a fraternity and put on '•w for the children, and served reshments. econd semester we added two • girls as new pledges. Then hiKgest thrill came. Against all other sororities on the campus competed in the annual Pan llenic Sing, and won first place the Novelty Division. Our song Little Willie," and we were | of the proudest girls you've ever acrosf. M£ma chi Derby was our next livity. We didn't take any prisbut we sure had a lot of fun ftiiripating in the skits and social venture made by the Colony was a success. I have told you of our activities, but little of the sweat, prayers and tears that went into the forming of our Colony. It could not have been possible without the untiring efforts of our president, Teddy Redner. Teddy, a sophomore from Orlando, was introduced to an active D Phi K alumnus who put the bug in her ear. Teddy then came back to school and set to work. After months of planning, a great deal of correspondence, many meetings with girls, deans, and others, a temporary group was formed in the Spring of '54. During the summer some of the girls met the national officials of Delta Phi Epsilon in New York, and final plans were made. In September the group of girls who had met in the Spring, minus some who had left school, and plus some and a petition for campus recognition was written. Then on Oct. 14 he petition was osayed and Dela Phi Colony was officially recognized on the University of Florida Campus. Surely you can agree it was like giving birth, but it was worth the labor pains—the aggravation, the hoping and dreaming. The Colony was truly a baby to be proud of. The firt year was naturally the hardest and through our experiences we hope to become a good sorority. Just as a child is taught a lesson, these experiences have taught us what to expect, how to react, and more important—how to improve and to grow. Next year we will live in a house of our own. This means no more meetings in the Florida Union. Then, too, as of September, we will be a national group, and we are looking forward to a first year as a national sorority just as wonas our first newcomers, met again. A constitu-1 derful, and exciting tion was drawn up, officers elected. I year as a Colony. GLASS %  EVERY PURPOSE STOIf FRONT PUn eat WINDOW CLASS rvr*ert Taps, Beveled mirrtt mmi ffesJIverlaf Omr Specialty l~ A G. 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Theme of the report, "Tuberculosis—Still Here," is borne out by the fact that 447 cases of tuberculosis were detected in Dade County in 1954. This represents more than 18 percent of all Florida cases for the same year. "The program of the Tuberculosis Association has as its objective the education of the individual and of the community to the end that tuberculosis may be prevented and adequate provisions be made for diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of the tuberculous," according to Walter Cook, newly elected president. The case-finding program, carried on by the Association's mobile x-ray unit, which moves over the entire county on a year-round MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS lAtGE STOCK ON HAND FOt IMMEDIATE OiUVEIT I SMVINS TNC JEWISN COMMUNITY SINCt lfU Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS % 0 Iro your ured saving! x-rays for the one year period—a record of 7,547 more x-rays than in any year since the unit went into operation in 1947. In addition to the survey of the "apparently well population." thousands of sick individuals were x-rayed on routine hospital admission at Mt. Sinai, Jackson and Mercy hospitals, to which the association has given x-ray equipment. The fourth machine is scheduled for St. Francis hospital from this year's Association budget. The active health education service of films, literature and demonstration kit, has reached more than 300,000 Dade County citizens. Concerning itself with the problems of the living patient, the Association has worked with other community agencies in providing supplementary aid to forty-two persons over a period of from three to six months. All services of the Association are provided from its sole source of support, the annual Christmas Seal sale. In 1954, returns reached $110,150.61. an all-time high, and almost 12 percent above the previous year. 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PAGE 8 B +Jft*istncrMto£' FRPAY, JULY 1. mil GLOBAL SHORTS Detroit Lebanese Paper Urges Bible Ban in California Peace for Arabs and Israel Upheld by Attorney General DETROIT (JTA) — A Lebanese newspaper here "Leesau Al-Adl" (The Voice of Justice) has been pre-enting facts about Israel and in ng speedv conclusion of a SuSS. Chekri Kanaan, his schools or 1, omy and his oncal LOS ANGELES (WNS) —A ruling thai 'he Bible may not be used in the public *qh.ois <>•' C'alilornia for religious purposes was handed down this week by Attorney General Edmund G. Brown. Brown publ. American-born son. Lee. and two other Detroiters of Lebanese dei. Lotlis Anter and Peter Mundaleck, are carrying on their camp;,i^n in the paper and through the atly formed Levant Club. reference, but that its reading in classrooms •might well amount to sectarian instruction" Zionist Leader Emphasizes Berlin Municipality Honors Departing Israel Diplomat BERLIN (.n A At a City Hall reception attended bj Lord Mayor Otto Suhr and consular represen Pact Need to House Group kSHINGTON (WNS) —Rabbi tatives accredited here, the Berlin p S Bernstein, chairman of municipality bade farewell to Zvi th American Zionist Committee norielAVai/.mann. tor the past two for Public Affairs, told the House years head ol the Israel Purchaan Affairs Committee that an inf mission branch office in West American-Israel defense agreeBerlin. As a momento of his stay, i ••would be the most effective he was presented with a replica oi as Of achieving stability and the American-donated Recipients of the 1954 Stephen Wise Awards ol American Jewish Conqress, which qrants Franz Boehm, distinguished German Christian ish material claims on Germany, for his "unt make his fellow-Germans aware of their obhg analyst and author, for his "courageous defe Zionist leader, for "dedicated service to the Yale University, for promoting Jewish sc holarsh as announced by Dr. Israel Goldstein, president the annual awards, were (left to right) Prof. Democrat who played the decisive role in Jewiring efforts to combat anti-Semitism and to ations to the Jewish people;" Elmer Davis, new nse of civil liberties." and Louis Lipsky, veteran Jewish people." Also receiving an award was ip through its publication of the Judaica series Bell" that has Liberty become the city's peace in the Near-East because it would make it clear that we are semi-official symbol. opposed to renewed fighting and that we want peace International Anti-Semites M.i.r. f lu iny.r Mnr Hit Christianity as 'Jewish' Britain Concerned Over Near NEW y0RK ( WNS) InU rna East, Parliament Hears !)NDON (WNS) — Foreign Secretary Harold MacMillan told Parliament this week in the course of a frreign policy debate that Great tional anti-Semites are sounding a new note by denouncing the Je ish foundations of Christianity, at tacking Christian churches and world leaders for adhering to Old Britain was viewing the Israel: Testament ideas, and by calling for Arab situation with "considerable a new religion free of the Jewish anxiety" because of its "special legacy, according to a new analyhistorical interests m that part of sis by the World Jewish Congress' the world" and "its special obliga(Institute of .Jewish Affairs of antiunder the Tripartite Declara[Semitic propaganda abroad during tion" of 1950. Referring to the "un; 1954. healthy atmosphere" in the Gaza a where, he sa.d one violation Westbrook Peglir Defames breeds another and the situation daily becomes more dangerous," the Foreign Secretary blamed both sidefor breaking the armistice. Report Trend Toward Greater Integration of Health Services NEW YORK (WNS)—A steady trend towards increased coordination of Jewish general hospitals er the world sincerely mourned the Einstein — 'Ungrateful' NEW YORK (WNS)—Westbrook Pegler, in a column last week in the Journal American, called the late Professor Albert Einstein a crackpot who received the world with an obscure jargon. Pegler said he knew he invited insult and contempt by daring to question whethand other institutions concerned with care for the chronically ill is causing a greater integration of health and other services, it was reported here last week at a twonationwide conference on Jewish community and hospital plantor the long-term patient death of Einstein, but that he was fortified in his estimate of Em stein by what his friend. Ben Stolberg. had written about that "ungrateful immigrant." Fire Razes Orthodox School; Construction to Begin Soon \I.I ORE (WNS)—An early Gen. Burns to be UN Truce Chief Another Term UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Mai Gen E. I. M. Burns, Chief "I Staff |of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palipond the June 30 deadline for his years appointment, according to UN Secretary General Dag Hamning fire ol unknown origin tine, will continue in his post hethis week razed and virtually ile yed the entire interior of the Beth Jacob School, an Orthodox scl ool for girls. Pending the recon-1 marskjold. Efforts to arrange high struction program, which is to belevel talks between Egypt and teas quickly as possible, the ml here are "a matter for daily Ei!h Jacob School will be closed | consideration" and this is no time to take Gen. Burns iwaj from that work. Hammarskjold declared at a press conference here Jewish Jurist Named Dean Of Yale Law School NEW HAVEN (WNS)—Eugene V. Rostow. Professor ol Law, was ted thi.s week as Dean of the e Law School, it was announced here by Yale University president A. Whitney Griswold. The new appointee succeeds the late Professor Harry Shulman. who died suddenly Mi r. 20. Professor Rostow at 44 is believed to be one ol the vmngest lav school dean> in the country. n in Brooklyn. N Y Professor Ri -tow studied law at Yale where he was graduated magna cum laude in 1937. Yiddish Art Theater Now Revealed Communal Affair NEW YORK (JTA)—An appeal fSFS!! VM? I" ?V i£ S5 i C Onfcr w,,h ,he heads" of CJ A nip to. he Yiddish Art Theatre, ported agencies in Knn.pe and in Which was recently reorganized Israel, and with the leaders ol the nto a communal enterprise, was Government New UJA Executive Off for Europe Survey NEW YORK—Recently installed in office as executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Rabbi Herbert A Friedman this summer will make a five-week per sonal survey of the overseas programs that are financed through the UJA. The UJA executive head will leave New York in mid-July for visits and conferences in Western Europe, Israel and other an as Rabbi Friedman's extensive survey will take him to Franco. Bel gium, Holland. Germany. Austria. Ital) and Israel, with other COUU tries to be added If time permits In addition. Rabbi Friedman will made at a press conference here. The conference was addressed by Louis Gordon, president of the reorganized theatre. Maurice Schwartz, former owner of the theatre who is now its art director, and Herman Yablokov, executive secretary of the theatre. Agency. and the Jew ish NORTON TIRE (0: TUBELESS TIRES All Major Brand Original EquipmentTires 670 x 15 710x15 760 x 15 800 x 15 LIST PRICE 28.55 31.35 34.35 38.20 NO IXCHANGI 20.95 22.95 25.35 28.15 EXCHANGE 18.95 20.95 23.35 26.15 WHITEWALL TUBELESS SLIGHTLY HIGHER EASY CREDIT YOU NAME THE TERMS! PIUS TAX \ All credit handled by I Norton Tire Co. You ./ ore not "formed out" Jr:=: to o finonce company. REMEMBER THOUSAN YOU on THI FULL OF U.S. RUBBER CO. 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IIDAY. JULY L 1955 + kls*nt*kfk*r PAGE 9 E eRoy Anderson Makes Name Known As longhair/ Popular Composer •Tin Pan Alley Longhair" is a inic that Broadway and the reLrd distributors have attached to groy Anderson, guest conductor the University of Miami Sum her Symphony Orchestra at the Jiami Beach Pop Concerts of July and 10. It's an unusual pseudonym to lave, but Anderson wears it with Lome pride. A Bostonian. or rath [r, a "Cantab" from the other side if the Charles River, he received [ll of his education on one street Cambridge: grade school, high school and Harvard University, where he received a magna cum laude in music. For several years he was director of the Harvard University Band. and Ms orchestration of "Wlpler Kreen for President" still lewis football rallies there. An organist and choirmaster, he also played the double bass and still found time to conduct in Boston. Becoming associated with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, his tremendously successful compositions which he wrote for the Boston Pops did much to account for the Pops' great hits on the nation's juke boxes. His "Fiddle Fiddle" is known by everyone, whether a staid bankAIR CONDITIONING Nu-Age Discounts on Major Appliances Radio Television T.V. Installations 1667 AITON RD., MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 4-4341 NAT' GANS Ph. 3-4616 HI 6 ??1 Lift INSUKANCt NttOS Metropolitan lift Interance (.'*. 13200 S.W. 3rd ave.-"*f 5 P*ii*fs" NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Nasatir's Yiddish Classical Hour 73 years oM. PRICE SI-50 Spinoza Forum Foundation 124 11th Str*t Miami leach, Fleriee far $2.00 y—'ll receive hath haaki: "The Koad • Health and Happier l.iaf" ami "iht a 100 ITaari Happily" GIFFEtl INDUSTRIES, INC. 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Over two million copies of "Blue Tango" were sold last year, and they're still going on. And to make things a little more unusual, "Blue Tango" had no lyrics and was even pretty hard to whistle. Anderson has appeared as a frequent guest conductor with the Boston Pops and with the Kansas City Philharmonic, the North Carolina Symphony and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. His personal appeal as a conductor has added to his name value with the public, and his conducting of his ow,n compositions has made him a favorite as a guest conductor. On Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Auditorium, he will conduct the UM Symphony Orchestra in "Stars and Stripes Forever," by Sousa; Overture to "La Gazza Ladjra," by Rossini; "To a Wild Rose." MacDowell: and "Tales from the Vienna Woods," Strauss. Also to be heard are "Fiqlandia," Sibelius; and compositions by Mr. Anderson. These will in elude the Irish Suite, composed of "The Irish Washerwoman," "The Minstrel Boy," "The Rakes of Mallow, rhe Wearing of the Green." "The Last Rose of Summer" and "The Girl I Left Behind Me." Another Anderson work will include "Belle of the Ball." "The Typewriter," "The Waltzing Cat," "Bugler's Holiday" and "FiddleFaddle." FREE ESTIMATES ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY* APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN MrCUNE M A I MARION C MtCUNF M A I I IKS | I I 1)1 K \l Bl II DIN(. MIAMI Beach Attorney Named To Shinderman Board Jerome Cohen, president of Southern Wood Industries, announced this week the election of Clifford S Perlman. Miami Beach attorney, as chairman of the board of his company at its annual directors meeting. Bernard B. Shinderman and Sidney S. Shinderman. president and vice president, respectively, of the Shinderman Management Corporation, were also elected to the board at the same meeting. Bernard B. Shinderman will serve as the board's secretary. 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FRIDAY. JULY 1. ig ,.' PAGE 10 B Federation Lists '55 Allocations Continued from Page 1 B Yeshiva University. Dropsie College and Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Increasewere also noted in the important field of civic defense and community relations due to the ever-expanding educational programs fostered by these important organizations Most notable of this group is the Joint Defense Appeal, the fund raising arm of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith and the American Jewish Committee. Other civic defense agencies included as beneficianein this category are American Jewish Congress, Jewish labor Committee. Jewish War Veterans and National Community Relations Advisorv Council. Dr. Goodman pointed out that the cost of conducting the combined Jewish Appeal campaign amounted to 8.5 percent of the total funds raised, which compares favorably with campaign costs among other metropolitan areas this size throughout the country. In many communities campaign costs vary from 10 to 12 percent. Chairman of the evening. Federation president Stanley C. Myers, commenced Goodman's budget committee which has been meeting regularly since April to analyze and evaluate the requests of many health, welfare, religious and cultural institutions which have come before them. Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian and acting chairman of a special nomi-; nating committee, reported on j nominations for the 1956 execu-1 tive committee. Nineteen new members were named and 47 were recommended for reelection. In accordance with the bylaws of Federation, the executive committee consists of the immediate past president. honorary president, president, vice presidents, secretary, treasurer, chairmen of all standing committees and a minimum of 13 additional members elected by and from the board of governors. An account of Federation's increasingly important role as a community torcc was reported by Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive director. He indicated that the broad base of membership in Federation at the present time included more than 60 organizations and nearly 7.000 contributors of S10 or more to Federation in their annual combined appeal. Stressing the ever-widening influence of Federation in the field of social planning. Dr. Rosenberg separated Federation's functions in this area into three divisions: local community planning, multiple I appeals and budgeting and allocations. The Jewish community has come i to accept the months of January, I February and March as "federation campaign months" and the problem of multiple appealis gradually diminishing. Dr. Rosenberg declared. "National agencies contemplating individual fund drives have been most cooperative in di-cus-ing their proposed plans with leadership of Federat.on and 'in all cases, satisfactory mutual agreements have been reached benctitinu both the Combined Appeal 8m | the applying agency." he -aid In 1956. as a result oi a request !bv the Bureau of Jewish Education, Federation will study Jewish education needs and facilities oi | our community with a view to wardultimate expansion of existing programs. The ("..eater Miami Jewish Communitv Center, In dose cooperation with Federation, is seeking an evaluation of the Center program in Greater Miami to determine whether all facilities w ill meet the Rabbi Stern, Cantor Lengyel to Officiate Beth Jacob Congregation serv ices Saturday will be conducted bytwo noted figures in Jewry. Rabbi Tibor Stern, who was Chief Rabbi of Kansas City for ten years and is now director of the World Academy for Higher Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, will officiate. Rabbi Stern was educated in Hungary. Mexico and the United States. He received his Doctorate degree from the University of Mexico in 1953. He is the auihor of 20 complete books, of WHY WAIT SIX MONTHS m INTEREST! Second quarter interest on savings accounts now being ooid. Our next interest pay day will OCTOBER FIRST New accounts opened and funds deposited to currant accounts before Jury 1 Oth earn from JULY FIRST future challenge in regard to chtl dren's and old-agers recreation and leisure time programs. Calling the new aft. Sinai hos pita! development a "vista of hope" Dr. Rosenberc careful!) traced the health needs and the decision bv the communitv to adopt the building program He reported that, to date. $1,500,000 have been rai-ed and that he envisioned JS2.000.000 may be collected in the limited drive by next fall. In the field of the chronically ill and the aged. Federation leadership was responsible for planI ning and following through to completion Of the Ablin Memorial Wing a1 the Jewish Home tor tne %  A ged Federation ii being asked almost daily to consider a variety of complex community problems and issues affecting the every day life of Jewish families. Dr. Rosenberg pointed out. Among these in recent weeks have been the discusj sion of Vaad Hakashruth and chaplaincy. Myers paid high tribute to campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman for his leadership in the recently completed CJA drive which exceeded amounts raised in the last two years. He pointed out. however, that the allocations so carefullyconsidered by the budget committee could not be translated into direct aid to the world wide agencies unless contributors made every effort to redeem their pledges as soon as possible. He urged Greater Miami residents to fulfill their promises to Jewish life bypaying their pledges at once. A reception in honor of the new board of governors and the executive committee followed the close of the business meeting. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Year 'Round Women's Division, headed the group of histesses for the evening which included the Mesdames Leo Ackerman, Morris Alpert, David Bass, Arthur Burrell, William Capland, George Chertkof, Joseph Duntov, Aaron M. Kanner. Harry Platoff, Matilda Ratner, Samuel Sakrais and Milton Sirkin. Heart Association Board Names McClelland President At a meeting of the board of directors of the Heart Association of Greater Miami held June 22, James C. McClelland was elected chairman of the board. McClelland, president of Amedic Surgical Co., is a member of the downtown Lion's Club, Mahi Temple, Miami Acacia Club and Coral Gables Country Club. He lives in Coral Gables with his wife. Oxford School's summer camp program gets oft to a healthy! start. Campers aie examined by Oxford's registered nurse,] Annette Pollack. Shown at the weighing-in are Mai. Nat] Pollack, camp director, Jake and Joe La Motta. sons of forme, middleweight boxing champion Jake La Motta. Pamela Du-1 doff of San Juan. P.R.. and Karen and Ronnie Berman. at Miami. Obitiarles MINNIE S. SOLOMON ?'.. ..' '.M" s\V 12th .. iued away Juno ;•* at h<^ ir-i-t.nre. Survived by her hufhaml. Ahmtinm. r>ne non. Samuel .1. Sloane. :ind neil away June 20. Services >rrhi-H In OnrSon'l Miami lleai-h Charel wlih l.i'Hil In MnUtil Slnal Cemeteryat*. Hexaer n a retired h--tei operator fturvfvtnn are a eoa, Milton. <•' Miami Bretch three daughter*, lira, l-ee Markowitm. ( Miami, and Mrs. Sylvia Kffnler and MrMinnie TeoharaJnr, he**! %  •' N. w York <"it> : a atator ami elaht ar.milchlMren. HANKY E. KENNISON M, of 7331 IH.krtiH ave., rtle.1 June M. SVrvi..wet* held i*i ITvla't.-lrihla. with Bearb Memorial Chanel h.tndlina liM-al arrartKenx nt* Reameotl. retired aocountant, came to Miami Beach -even yearn afro. He la survived hv hfj widow, I'Ur.i, and %  ilater. Mra. I-.I1li.in runaiaiham, i-th <>f Miami U. ; .. h. rice, of M'aml Peach. Service* t.. place In KrookVm "••> Keaoh M* mnrial Chapel In charjr ..( ,. ra m e m ea t fa, MAX JACOfSSON 71, of '• %  NW Jnd *1 who here aevatl yeara a Iron i ln.-a-xl died June 14. A retired rarwTii i ,n.l ler. h'leave* al" wife. TlUil ot >!W| ami. and three eoSB, Chart--. i;< and Manny, all of "hli:i*,i were held at Gordon's Miami < "IIK;IL| DOtVS FONBKRC 3. of 7.10 ME 3r. of ittl SW l"th ter p i Saturday In a I. ral hneplt.il Hurvltr" by hla wife. Lillian, three eftns-nr ner. Men and Harry, hie parent-. aac and Anna !;irte. and faro bn em, flllhert :md Ramuel Servl were h.ld al Miami River*!-! nieiit waa -n J!t Sinai Cemetr> MURRAY M OREENFIELO 57, "f 1330 Pennaylvanla a\e. Miami Beach, who came i i" yeara aan from \. -w Y-.rk. died June ;t A l.-a,keeper, he la -ui\i\--l bj hla wife. Stella, and a nun, Leelle, Of Miami Beach, a alatcr, Mra. Roae Brenner, ,-f Coral Qables, end fotjr brother! w • r. hi Id at the Rlveralde Chapel, Miami Beach, with hurlal in Mt. Sinai 'em, %  at T Ipei '/i% tabbi Sltm which eight have already been published. His two volumes on "Huchath Olam." the proposed constitution Of Israel, received worldwide atI tent ion. Rabbi Stein has published jthe Child's Bible and the Haggada in Spanish. Rendering the musical portions ;of the liturgy will be Rev. Joseph S. Lengyel. He was born in Poland. I studied in the Yeshiva of Krakow. ,sang with famous cantors in Europe, beginning at the age of nine. He became famous at the age of 12 and toured Europe under the name of "Dos Poilishe Yingel." At jthe age of 17, he accepted a position as cantor in Vienna, and stu died and graduated at the State Academy of Music in Vienna. In the United States, he has held positions in New York and Rhode Island with prominent congregations. He was also Professor at the Birmingham, Ala. Conservatory of Music. Hear Convention Resume B'nai B'rith Women of Miami held a short business meeting this week at Beth David auditorium. Members heard a resume of the District 5 convention held in Washington recently by the organizations delegates. Speakers included Mrs. Murray L. Lazarus, president, Mrs. Herman Goldstein, Mrs. Harvey Herman. Mrs. Philip Rand and Mrs. Nat Spiegleman. BENJAMIN MARCUS %  *. of Itei itih >t MI.,MM H> .i. b, i leathei poodi ealeaman wrho i amt hart eight yean .it" from Brookllne, Maaa., •iit-,1 June 14 He ieiirvtved by hla wife. Francee; t ( aona, iamee B "( Waban, Ma... ami IMUI.I W „f Sherbrook, Can., and %  brother, Mail* HARRY VIDRO *. trla. and a daujrhtr Jack llroo ia, Miami Bea-h IRVING J. LANN 4. a h"t-l niarur of 10IS Meii-.'aM ave Miami f. • i. -lied S indii .1 home He tame here 14 >eaiW from Bnaiklyn Survlvlntr aie wtl wife. Ethel; iman, '•••'>" "'' "-'IJ tin. both ol Miami Heach; trre r hi'•'• era and two M*ters. Serviceheld In Hivei aide Chapel. 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UDA Y. JULY 1, 1955 LEGAL NOTICE ^JmlsBitkwIdktn PAGE 11 B J^^Si R uitf T,TIOU8 l,,II,;; is HEREBY G1VKN that T undersigned, 'I' >"-'' 'I' Lncss under the fictitious name of | (INSTRUCTION,, at ItRl K II hot 1 >r II I l.ir bor | ;,„N Miami Beach 4. Fia.. Intends lid name with III.i 'I. i k |,hicircuit pourl <>f IHtde County. ""'•' ( MIKE HACK.MVER %  ,..,.NN I.KU-HI K. liatf for .MlUe TliiikmWpr %  Id Hldg Mln in I. Florida I -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND )R DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN ,,ANCERY. No. 180629 It 1MROSE CAPITOL C< Htl" Plaintiff %  \\il-i. \V AVERT and IIP;I.MA B. AVKKV. his wife. It/a VIRGINIA M. AVKKV. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l> VHCllNIA H AVEKY a/k/a \ IROINIA M AVKKV .o Neve Jacobs i;. %  iti#2, Brooklyn, Michigan IV • • I' ARE HEREBY NOTIJ 1,1 a Hill of Complaint for ForeLsure o( Mortgage has been filed fcimi you, IM > ou are required to Irve a copy of your Anawer or Plead| K I.I the Hill of Complaint for ror Insure of Mortgage on the plaintiff's %  ttovncv. CEOKOE J. TAUANOKF, In Lincoln Koad. Miami lloach. Flor[ i| rile the original Answer or ending Id the office of the Clerk of „, Circuit Court n or before the Emi du of July. IW*. if >u fall to t Judgment by default will be •„, ii agalnat you for the relief deLmded in the Hill of Complaint for fcrei losure of Mortgage. Prills notice shall be published once ,-h week for four consecutive weeks The Jewish Horldlan. |i>.\i: AMi ORDERED nt Miami, 1 this I6th day June. I K. B. I.EATHEHMAN. i'lei-k, Circuit Court. I'ade County, Florida By It. II HICK. JR. Ip.MUUE •>• TAI.IANoIF I f..r I'lalntiff 1 : i-s-13 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Ii AI.I, TO \\ HOM THESE PRE8NTS SHALL COME, GREBTINOS: I IM.W < U'iKKMAN. MIAMI. KI.ORIOA liMK LEVY, MIAJU, H.OIUOA IIOROTHY I.KVV. MIAMI. FLORIDA I;I:KI KI CK COOCKRMAN. MIAMI. FI.ORIHA on the 12th day of June. A.D. II. cause i orporated under oi Chapter •<* %  1 eiriii.i uutes, F1."HII)IAN MODES. INC.. irporaUon, with Us principal place business at Miami, Dade County, the stale of Florida, and whereaa propel oft leers of such corporadld on th* 18th day of June, A.D. cause to lx filed in the ottlce of Secretary of State of the State of %  u .iuly authenticated reaolu(i ndopted by the stockholders unihe i>rovislons of said Chapter CM. lii'U Statutes, showing the dissolup of such corporation, fow. therefore, the Secretary of does hereby certify to the foreUK and that he is satisfied that the nts of law have been comith. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Ureat Seal of the State of Florida, at i..llahassee. the Capital, this the Twentieth day of June. \ n. it: R. A GRAY. l*Lj Secretary of State. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'TI'-K is HEREBY GIVEN that [ut.derslgned, desli inc to engage In ''•" under the fictitious name of I'HASINO HAL.ES AND SKItV%  t *97.'i 8.W. 62nd Street. Dade Inn, Florida, intends to register name with tli, Clerk of the Cli ol I mde i 'oniii %, I i nida. I.KW MKHCI'K. bole Owner ll'MAN f the >'irt of Dade County. Florida, n J ZANQW1LL, soi. owner LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ih.it Hi,, undersigned, desiring to angage in business under the flcillinus nai SOUTHEAST FLORIDA & DADE COlNTY YOUTH FAIR, Intends to rrgist' i name n Ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jftule County, Floi Ida V, l>\i.i ':^TY %  grY%4pqget-rii UCADERI AMTJB rnV %  j^BFIorida A,m -prin_gana\. HO I-KARI.KS TDRK IlKTTV 'IfrilK, TI rsic M:\VMANiltorneys fhr flfarWf Chemical Co 110 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FW. : i-ft-is-n JTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND "t DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN VNCERY. No. 1S07W M-I\M J. MARTIN. Plaintiff. ^ ''A MARTIN. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION "AN IDA MARTIN 143-29 Franklin Avenue. 1 i-lii-ldng. I.011K Island, New York I II Kill l.N REQUIRED to [' of four answer to the pi'i'ini for divorce filed herein on HfTi attorney. RUHAltl' %  UNK. ll_' J"' ng. Miami ft, Hoi Ida. and to lelnai in the offtoe of the TH of th^ ;4l„, v Coyrl on off !>••d daj of Julj. p.".:.. otherJ' !• fault wilt be entered,against 'ATKD: this L'lst dav of .Inn. K H WEATHERMAN, lerk of Court i v n/ii w HTffJCKINO, ..Deputy il.iW ~-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ti • ijc %  t ui NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROTALTON HOTEL, at Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. FLAtJKER LEASES. INC.. a Florida corporation AARON M. KAN.NKR, Esq. Attorney for Flagler I/eases. Inc. •717-24 — 7/1-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN PROBATE, No. 354SS.B In He: ESTATE OF JOSEPH CHINICH. Deceased To All Creditors and All PersonHaving Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are to notified and required to i sat any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the ol Ji ISEPH CHINICH, di ed late of Hade County, Floild.i. to the Honorable County Judge." of Hade County, and file the same In thell offices in the County Courthouse 'In Dade County. Flotilla, withiit elgbl calendar months fioin the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to poet tain the legal address of ih.i kWmani and to be sworn to and prcM-ntcd as aforesaid, or same will I),. haired. Date June 13th, A.D. lit".; SEYMOUR CHINICH As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPH CHINICH. Deceased IKWIN K. KOTT of Myers, ll-inian & Kaplan Attorneys for Executor 6,17-24 — 7/1-S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. 354M-B In Re ESTATE OF LENA MOSKIN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the eatate of LENA MOSKIN. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the flrat publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 733.IS of the l4i Probate Act. Date June 3rd, A.D. 1J3. SHIRDEY DASH As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of LENA MOSKIN. deceased OKORCK J. A1.HOIM As Executor of the East \\ 111 and Testament of LENA MOSKIN. deceased OB? IROE J. AI.HOCM Attorney for Executors of Batata of Lena Moekin IM Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fia. S/10-17-24 — 7/1 MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING 82 e7i C.WM "P. ".'•" Ph0n l B vi.. 1 Cr i mt "*' •"• % %  ">ti|ltioni. Alsasnder Steffi "d Awsrx Wilhelm. Diractort. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S0469 W.NNIK HoVKl.KH KKVKS. f f Vff CARLOS MORALES i:i:vi:s. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: CARLOS MORALES RETES rjeaova ii> A, ('•donla, .luares TOU H'KRKHY NOT.FIKD that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against SOU, and you are re<|Ulr.d i" serve n copy of your answer or pleading to said Complaint on Flawtiff. Attorney. HENRY M. CAIN. Z.-.18 West Flakier Street. Miami. Fia.. and file the original Answ • Pleading In the office of the ( Isrlc of the Circuit Court on ST Defon IM ISth day of July. 1*53 If rou fall to do so, Judgment by default will he taken agsm-t you for the relief demanded In snld Complaint. DONE ANU <'HDKRKD at Miami. la lliis IHIi da) of June. 1951. K H. I.KATHERMAN. ill l*)iirt V -H %  | I i 41 _—' *• > L iiAi* County. Florida Ij : C KNEEDF.N Deputy Clerk HENRY M, CAIN ..i inaintlff 1511 West Hagkr St.. Miami. Hoi Ida tyi7-it — 7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In eaa under the fictitious name of KHORKHAM-NORMAN HOTKL. at Miami Hcach, Florida. Intends to regaid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WID BAS8 AARON M. MANNER Attorney for David Baa* 8/I7-J4 7/1-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to SflgagS in business under the fictitious name of PEG'S Y JEAN WEPMAN Attorney* for Applicants to: Blacayne Bldg Miami. Fia. 7/1-8-15-M LtGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. nnderalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious num. of HELEN E YORK, al MSI N.E. 2nd ,e. Mlaptl. Fiosida. Intend to reg:iHI inline with the Cl. i k of the liunlt Cm I irf Undo Counts PloridS. LEGAL NOTICE lll.i.KN, VCUKIKWIT/. ri;i-:ii:wlTZ VVALTEH ri l % %  i.rfGK iMLUKKT. KRCl Attdrney for Ai>pli<'antM 7/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the Dltterslgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FRIENDLY FROST ISED Alii.l ANCES. t 6KK6 N.W.'th Avenue, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRIENDLY FROST TV. SERVICE, Inc. MAC MERMEL Attorney for Applicant 612 Ainsley Hldg. d my final report anil petition toff rinal Discharge us Ancllbu*) Administrator cum Teatamento Annexo of the estate of CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES, deceased; and that on tin; 22nd da% of July, l!'-"'.'-. I will apply to th.Honorable PRANK B DOWLING, Countj Judge of Dad,County, nor Ida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo of thi Estate ol CHARLOTTE iHOLMES, d This ;'iitli dav of June. 19 WILLIAM EDWARD FISHER Ancillary Administrator Cum Testami nto Annex.> RICHARD KRIEGER FINK Attorney for Ancillary Kstate 1812-lfil Congress Hulldlug Miami 12, Florida 8/24 — 7/1-8-1S NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35590 B In Re ESTATE OF SAMI'KI, KISHNER. I To All Creditors and All Person* HavIng Claims Off Di inands Against Said Estati You, and each of you, are hereby notified .mil required to present any claims and (h which > either of you, ii.i havi against the estate of SAMCgL KISHNER ceased late of Ihule Countv. Flo to the Honorable Count) Judgi Dade County, and file the sen ff|, m the County Court ountj I %  U. within eight Ur months from the dati the fli t pul.', ..' Ion In i .of claims or demands to Contain the isgal address of the claimani and to > III to II %  said, o' same will be barred. Dale June fotii. \ i> a/ 1D\ FISHER \dniimstratrlx of the •it. of 8AMCEL. KISHNER, l_^f I't'sif***'!HARRY ZCKKRNICK Attorney for Administratrix 42 Uncoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fia. f/24 — 7/1-8-15 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo ancage In inder the fictitious name of CORAL 11 \ii-: TERR <>ur Answer or Pleading t" the Hill of Comi on the plaintiff's Attorneys, RAs'SM1LLKK *i RoTH. oyO Hrickjll Avenue. Miami, llorlda. and file th.original Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of Julv. 195:>. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THK JEWISH K l.oRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this :!0 day of June. A.D. 195i. K It I.KATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida \:\ JOAN COCRNOYKR (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk RAS8NER, MILLER It ROTH Attorney! for Plaintiff ;..-.0 Bcickell Avenue. Miami 32. Florida 6/24 — 7/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HILTON BISTERS SNACK BAR. at rtoi s K 1st st intend to r eg i ster said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. DAISY HILTON VIOLET HILTON HKNRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant Mil \V. Flagler St. 6/10-17-24 — 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VINCENT DANNA AND PETER DANNA i s SELECT TOMATO CO.. at 1217 N v v flat Street, Miami. Intend to regi.-tcr said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 >.ids Countv, Florida. _..,... VINCENT DANNA. partner PETER DANNA paittier KURT WELLISCH Attorney for Applicants 6/10-17-24 — 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engiiL In business under the fletlllous nam LA RI'K CORSET AND LINGERIE SAI.oN, at 326 Miracle Mile. Cables. Intends to aid name With the Clerk Of the Circuit Com! of l>nde Countv Florida. IDA H sriKi.M.W Owni i SHAPIRO A FRU Attoi neys for Applll a lit 120 Li 'n II : i-S-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN the undersigned, desiring to eflgag In u under the fiotitlous namif CONCRESS INSURANCE AGENCY, at P. <> H. 1402, Miami 8. intendto register said name with Ifee Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade County. 'Fiends. NORMAN R THOMA17-24 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN the iindei signed, desiring to engage In business Undei the fictitious nam, f STUART'S JUVENILE SHoi: HT< and sTCAltis STURDY SHOES, 140) Washington Avenue ami 771Una Ave Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clcrl. of the Circuit Court of Dade CO Florida. HERBERT N. STEELE, Os 6/17-2 4 — 7/1-8 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32430 RE: ESTATE OK AHRAIIAM RI'HIN. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given th have filed a final report and petition for Final IMsrharge as Anclllarv ministtatoi of tlM -late of A HI :' II \.\l RI'HIN. deceased: and that n i day of August. I9i, will to the Honorable FRANK It DOW INC. County Judge of Dade Coun Iloi ida, for approval of said report and for final discharge a%  illarv Administrator of the Estate of ABRAHAM RI'HIN. deceased. This 16 day of June, Hi:,.",. OBORGE I TALIANOF1" Anclllarv Ad min istrator OEORGE l TALIANOfT Attorney for Kstate of Abraham Rub.n 6/24 — T'l1 --!". NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 167C28 KV \ MAI MILLER, lialntiff. LE8TER A. MILLER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LESTER A MILLER Residence and Address T'nkn Hecretlng himself witiiin the Count) of I Side, State of I loi from s.-i v Ii %  ..t ivc %  You are hereb) notified thai %  of Complaint for Divorce hat b filed against you. and you are ouired to serve a copy of your A ,v.i oi Pleading to the Hill of I plaint on the plaintiffs Atti HENRY M CAIN. 2318 W. Mi Ktreet, Miami, Florida, ami Me I Answei oi Pleading In office of the Clerk of the Cll on oi before the ISth dav of Julv, 1*55. If you fail to do so, J m. ill by default will he taken ag %  rou lor the re till dl manded in VM Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published 0 each week for four consecutive vv. .In THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIA.N DONE AND ORDKRKD at M Florida, this 14th day of June, AD. B. B. I.KATHF.RMA.V Clerk, lircult, Court. I>ade County. Florida By L. SNKEDEN. (Circuit Couit S.l) Deputy Cltrk HKNRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff L-..1V \v. Hagler Street. Miami. Florida, 6/17-24 — 7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY Q1VEN that the undersigned, desiring u> engage In business under the fiotitlous nanu FISK TllHAl'Cl) SHOP A TRAVKl. AGENCY, at 3.'.-. E. 1st Av.. Hlalean. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Darts COUnty, Floi Ida. BARBARA F KDWARDs 6,10-17-24 — 7/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam of 8ABAL PALM LAUNDRYETTE. • 7 N.E 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fia. int.-nds to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Countv, Florida. 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PAGE 12 B leistnr*Jd&L FRPAY. JULY l > NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES Judaism Universal ll the name of a new international Society for the Propagation of the Hebrew Faith as a World Religion founded in New York City this week. Leaders representing even facet of Jewi-h life are among the new movements founders The Lobavifcher Rebbi. Rabbi Menaehem Mendel Schneersohn, hM gtvoi h;bfcsatag to the new Judaizing movement which has adopted the following three-point program: 1. to reclaim Jewish youth: 2 to Judaize the Jews, and 3 to draw within the sphere of Jewish life neglected Jewish communities in isolated partof the world including nenting -ynalesintlM S r.ada. the Netherlands and Israel undertow \ear to erect a child care center in Israel to help combat the Christian missionary inroad-. Dr. Jonas E. Salk declared in Washington last week that the Government's revised manufacturing standards and plans would prevent further difficulties with his vaccine Meanwhile, a number of scien representing different points of view on technical problem| bv the Salk vaccine, have been invited to appear before a Congressional Committee At the same time, the struggle between the American Medical Association and Dr. Basil O'Connor, continues. The AM A has questioned the justification for rushing the Salk vaccine into wide u-e A dispatch from Moscow dated June 16 reveals that Israel has received a Soviet warning against making any military alliance with the U.S. Coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the UN, the Ayal Publications firm announce* the release of a special stamp album honoring the IN. The Alhui the many countries in the world that have d stamps in honor of the world organ;?ation The World Jewish Congress' Institute of Jewish Affairs has issued a new analysis of anti Semitic propaganda abroad during 1954 revealing that "international anti-Semites are now denouncing Christianity because of its Jewish foundations." These anti Semites, the WJC analysis states are attacking Christian churches, and world leaders for adhering to Old Testament ideas, and by calling for a new religion free of the Jewi-h legacy ISRAEL Uri Avnery, the colorful and adventurous editor in-chief of IsraelHebrew Weekly. Ha-Olam Hazeh, and its English counterpart. Frontpage, has created a furor in I>rael over hiseries of articles on the Haifa municipality and its Mayor Abba Housi. Following li tempted bombing of the Ha-Olam Hazeh offices in the heart of Tel Aviv, editor Avnery came out with this editorial: These are troubled times for everybody Frontpage—Ha-Alam Hazeh has been prepared for trouble from the moment its editorial board decided to declare war on the Haifa regime of terror, the morning after the cynical cancellation of the Machraz list in the Haifa Workers' Council elections True, we didn'l expect such underhanded methods to be used against uBut in the fight for justice, one must be prepared for anything. Our offices are getting to look like a combat headquarters. Fortunately, our staff members are accustomed to the leeling of tension, lack of security, come-what-may atmosphere that are characteristic of a real battle An Israel invention providing the possibility of exploiting the sun's heat for industrial and irrigation purpo-ewas announced recently by M. Tabor, director of the National Physical Laboratory of the Scientific Council. The Lebanese parliament has passed a law of economic boycott against Israel, under which every citizen of Lebanon who trades with Israel is subject to the maximum penalty of death. PEOPLE Cecil Hyman, former Israel Minister to South Africa, succeeds Avraham Harman a< Israel's Consul General in New York. The Harmans. Zena and Avraham. have returned to Israel after a six year tour of duty in the IS. and Canada. Sydney Lubarr of Maryland has been appointed community relations director of the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs, it was announced this week by Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein and I. L. Kenen. 3*-year old Doris Ruth Kraemer. a Millbum. N.J.. housewife and the mother of three boys, became the first woman in Ye.shiva University's 69-year history to earn a Doctor of Philosophy degree which was conferred upon her on June 21 at the annual commencement exercises. Edward Corsi, ousted Apr. 10 as a special advisor to Dulles, has praised President Eisenhower's proposal for speeding immigration under the 1953 Refugee Relief Act. John Zuckermann, president of the San Joachim Farm Production Growers Association in California, has been invited by the Israel Government to assist in the reclamation of 20.000 acres of swamp land, similar to the rich California Delta area before reclamation, located in the Hula region. Bernard F. Gimbel has received the New York Citizens Budget Commission Medal for High Civic Service. The Wresting Rabbi, Raphael Halpem, known as 'Mr. Israel" who has never lost a match, is joining the chief Rabbi of Paris. Zalman Chneertohn, in a tour of Jew ish communities through Canada this week. They plan to visit Mon the rich California Delta area before reclamation, located in the Huleh has been active in aiding Jewish youth in North Africa. EUROPE Sholem Asch has written a series of articles for the Jewish Chronicle of London in which he explains the feeling that took me to Israel." In his first article. Mr. Asch concludes thus: I thank God that in spite of the hostility of some people and of some papers. I found understanding, tolerance, and respect, and. I can boldly say. also love Not among all. but among the great majority of the people of Israel especially among the workers, the intellectuals, and also among the leading personalities in the government. 'It was proved by the scores of enthusiastic receptions that were held for me all over the country. It was helped by two factors Sholem Asch adds, "first, that readers in Israel had the opportunity to judge my works for themselves, in Hebrew translation, and that the ideas (of Christianity, which I have been expressing have found a considerable measure of acceptance, and secondly, that people in Israel are not so easily scared about the continuation of Jewish existence, about which so many of little faith m the Diaspora are fearful. They believe in hi existence of Israel, and they are sure that Sholem Asch. God forbid will not destroy it. There are many broadminded Jews there even araong tho.e who think that Sholem "^~£Z£2Z ,,me. who. taking into consideration the mous people, nevertheless think they are worthtsMe %  ** ~ S a desire and a longing to h*. ***~~£ ^J „ ^ e Jews and Christian, in the sens. o# -y thik.f. So J dec.o among them p**. Ool-enann. h-i•****£*£ pu £^n to Je^'h Agency and atswfctd by KA writgH. Ben Gurion Soys Military Must Hove Hebrew Names JERUSALEM CWNS) military officials going ;i 0 u missions abroad most be.,names. The ruling to that was liam.'ed down this j^ Minister of Defense David Gurion. fChase FEDKRAL SNUGS AMD LOAN AltQC leVMON mi I.NC01N ROAD 7474 COUfftS *Vi. • 475 41st STIHT. M.AJ.I IUCH


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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[gi^MEj^ Number 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
H raw jORjiM
[Israel Presence
[Historic Remedy,
ibba Eban Says
IAN FRANCISCO UTM-The
bth anniversary ol I ho I mted Na-
ns, celebrated here in the city
i-re it first began to function a's
concrete expression of the
kam for peace ..( (he peoples Ol
world just then beginning to
?rge from the most destructive
in history, was the focus ol
hopes of people thoughout the
rid.
plea for peace in the Middle
|-t based on mutual respeel be-
lorry-Price Up i
Beginning with its Issue of
My 1, The Jewish Floridian will
I'lerg* twenty cents for single
i pies. The increase comes as a
suit of increased production
sts end the fact that The Jew-
-h Floridian is now larger than
"fore. This new policy in no
ray affects the annual sub-
iption rate for local readers,
'iiich remains three dollars per
)-*r and five dollars for two
rears.
Israel-Arab Conflict Reaching 'Flashpoint of Danger/
Eden Says, as Egypt Makes Second Strike in Week
LONDON (JTA>The Israel-Arab conflict was
termed by Prime Minister Anthony Eden here Wed-
nesday as having reached "the flash point of dan-
ger." Sir Anthony made this reference in a nation-
wide radio broadcast commemorating the tenth an-
niversary of the founding of the United Nations.
Speaking of the dangerous situation resulting
from Israel Arab conflicts, the Prime Minister con-
tinued: "At this very moment. Gen. Burns of Can-
ada, who is United Nations Chief of Staff, together
with his truce observers, is working hard for peace
between Israel and her Arab neighbors. They have
a -pecially difficult task, and deserve our thanks and
encouragement."
Meanwhile, at the United Nations, a statement
revealing that Israel has accepted and Egypt re-
lated United Nations proposals aimed at easing
the tension along the Gaza strip was issued there by
UN Secretary-General Dag Hammerskjold. The state-
ment reads:
"Some months ago, M?.j Gen. E. L. M Burns, as
Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervi-
sion Organiation in Palestine, put forward certain
en Israel and the Arab states
made here by Ambassador
:>a S. Eban. head of Israel's dele-
lion. Mr. Eban s address, like
it of most delegates, did not
< h upon political matters speci-
illy but. instead, related Itself
he broad principles motivating
l nited Nations However, em-
iMzing Israel's place in the UN,
' member-state that did not ex-
when the world organization
founded here ten years ago.
Khan drew upon Judaism's im-
' upon world cultures and upon
el's present place in the world
make his plea for peace between
^ate and the neighboring Arab
iintries.
f anting out that "the presence
l-rael in San Francisco today
irlu an act of historic remedy,"
Eban referred to the decima-
of large Jewish communities
r ng the war that preceded
lu-iding of the UN, and declared
Israel's participation in UN
ii ..rs today "illustrates the sud-
ln recuperation of the Jewish
le from the lowest point in its
-i"He fortunes to the dignity and
} rtunity which it had tenacious-
pursued for two thousand
irs,"
he enforcement powers of the
urity Council before which
hel has not fared well in re-
' years when it brought com
fits against Arab stateshave
ed "illusory."the Israel repre
ative reminded the delegates
practical proposals aiming at reducing or eliminating
the risk of new incidents along the demarcation line
of the Gaza strip. In order to further negotiations
concerning these propIs, I suggested to Gen. Burns
to sound out the possibility to discuss them on a
level higher than that regularly represented in the
Mixed Armistice Commission.
"Gen. Burns now informs me that, while the sug-
gestion has been accepted by the Israel Government.
t*e Egyptian Government does not believe that such
a change of procedure would prove useful. Under
these circumstances, the efforts to reach agreement
on the concrete proposals of Gen. Burns will be pur-
sued by him through channels already established. I
am assured by the Egyptian Government that their
representative at the discussions will have full
authority to negotiate concerning practical propo-
sals for reducing the risk of incidents."
For the second time in a week. Egyptian infiltra-
tors Monday night blew up tne Negev main water
pipeline. This time, according to an announcement
by the military spokesman here, the pipeline was
damaged near the village of Tel Reyim.
REPUDIATES CHARGES HURLED AT ZOA
Mortimtr May
. won't be diverted
Dr. Imanuel Ntuman
. appointed committee
May Challenges Defection on Eve of Convention;
Feels Boycott Offers No 'Constructive Contribution'
NEW YORK (JTA)A statement repudiating
charges against the administration of the Zionist
Organization of America made by Louis Lipsky
who, together with a number of other leading Ameri-
can Zionists, stayed away from the ZOA's 58th an-
nual convention in Washingtonwas issued here
by Mortimer May, ZOA president. The statement
reads:
"While the delegates to the 58th annual con-
vention of the ZOA, gathered in Washington from
all sections of the country', were busily engaged in
constructive Zionist work. Mr. Louis Lipsky. sitting
in New York, decided to let fly with a diatribe
against the organization. In reading the lengthy
statement issued by Mr. Lipsky one can only regret
that he should have chosen to air his grievances In
so destructive a manner.
CRUDE PATCHWORK OF EVASIONS'
Prominent Zionist Leaders in Favor of Open Split;
Declare Reference to Veteran Louis Lipsky 'Shocking'
CLEVELAND (JTA) Three prominent Zionist
leaders Monday issued a joint statement supporting
the charges made by Louis Lipsky against the pres-
ent administration of the Zionist Organization of
America. The statement, signed by Louis E. Le-
vinthal, Ezra Z. Shapiro and Dewey Stone, reads:
"The undersigned members of the joint com-
mittee appointed by Dr. Emanuel Neumann in ad-
vance of the Washington convention of the ZOA,
desire to associate themselves with the statement
by Mr. Lipsky in its analysis of ZOA affairs and in
his summary of the proposals made by our group at
the joint committee's meetings. In our view. Mr.
Lipsky's analysis represents the views of a large
sector of Zionists enrolled in the ZOA. whether they
"Mr. Lipsky had had ample opportunity to voice
any criticisms he may have of the ZOA, even wholly
unwarranted ones, in the deliberative bodies of our
organization, to all of which he has been either
appointed or elected, and where his words are treat-
ed with the respect and consideration due him.
^However, Mr. Lipsky and those of
his friends for whom he speaks
have preferred not to avail them-
selves of such opportunities. They
have consistently boycotted our
meetings and our activities. Snip-
ing from the side lines is evident-
ly more to their liking.
"Thus, Mr. Lipsky never attend-
ed a single meeting of the ZOA's
Inner Committee, to which he was
named by the administration he
be liberals or progressives or just plain, ordinary so violently assails; nor has he
every day Zionists. bothered to participate in the work
"Mr. Mortimer May's reply is a crude patchwork of our national executive commit-
of evasions and self serving encomiums. But most i **e and national administrative
shocking and revealing is the manner of reference council. His single appearance
to the personality of Mr. Lipsky. dean of American !by special invitationat a recent
Zionism. Not a word is uttered in recognition of his meeting of the national executive
55 years of exemplary services to the Zionist move committee failed to disclose any
ment, and. more particularly, to ZOA: nor to the constructive contributions to the
more recent record that from 1947 to 1954 he gave .program and policies of the ZOA.
distinguished service to the movement as chairman indeed, there was general disap-
of the American Zionist Council and, until his resig- :,.' ,___. ,u-----..--.
nation, as chairman of the American Zionist Com- PO'ntment over the negative ap-
mittee for Public Affairs; but reference is made to Continued on Pap* 3 A
his non-attendance at routine meetings of the inner.
Continued on Page 2 A
?4II STANDS BEFORE COUKT ACCUSED Of ASSISTANCE TO NAZIS
defendant is Cleared of Major Collaboration Charges
IF.RUSALEM (JTAiA M
ial libel trial which lasted for
>ut a year and which has ex-
the Israel press and public
to an end with a marathon
-hour reading by District Court
Idge Benjamin Halevi of sum-
iry of the case ana a verdict
lieh provoked Acting Attor-
fy General Joseph Kokia to an-
nee that lie will appeal to the
Court fee a review of
the conclusion drawn by Ihe
judge.
The principals in the case were
Malkiel Gruenwald, a pamphlet-
eer, and Dr Israel Kastner. for-
mer head of the Hungarian Jew
ish Rescue Committee and cur-
rently employed by Kol Israel.
the government radio network
and "Uj KeJet." Hungarian lan-
guage newspaper in Israel. Mr.
Gruenwald charged Dr. Kastner.
in a paasphlet, with collaboration
with the Nazis The latter com-
plained to the state prosecutor
that he had been libelled. The
state prosecutor brought the I
to court since Dr. Kastner was a
government employee, then work-
ing for the Ministry of Trade.
This made Mr. Guenwald the de-
fendant, but Dr. Kastner's only
standing in the case was that of a
witness.
Judge Halevi's decision clear-
ed Mr. Gruenwald for the major
counts. It held that the defendant
had proved: that Dr. Kastner had
cooperated with the Nazis; that
he had "participated directly in
murder and had prepared the
ground for the murder of Hun-
garian Jews." and had aided the
international war criminal S.S.
Col. Kurt Becher, Hinunler's dep-
uty in Hungary.


PAGE 2A
Beth David
Reelecfs Scher
Herbert B. Scher was reelected
president of Both David I
i n ;.l ;i meeting last week
Scher lias a bug record el serv-
ice t<> 'lie Greater Miami Jewish
cooimunity. Having served as pre*
i.i ,,! the Jewish Family Service
\ ocational Department, he is now
In asurer ol thai agencj He is one
of thte organizers of ttlie Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and now
serves as 01 e ol its trustees, as
well as a trustee at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital
Seher first assumed the presi-
dency at Beth David in July. 1954.
Under his leader-hip more than
S150.000 were spent to complete
the synagogue.
Serving a.-, vice presidents will he
Sidney Lefcourt. who is a trustee
ol Mt. Sinai Hospital and Greater
.Miami Jewish Federation, and Max
Jacobson. president of tthe Beth
David Men's Club.
Elected to serve as recording
secretary is Bert Sher. Financial
secretary is Frank A. Rose. Jacob
Sher. chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Committee (or Bonds of Is-
rael, trustee at Mt. Sinai Hospital
and a leader in Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, will again be serv-
ing as treasurer and Harry Simons,
assistant treasurer.
Fleeted to the board of direc-
tors were Philip Abram>. Nathan
Alexander Sidney AronovitZ, Har-
rj August, Louie Bandel. Samuel
+Jewlsl>fX>r/(fton
FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1955
Top ZOA Leaders Support Split
Herbert [. Scher
Dickson, John Feller. Max Gettlng-
er. Harry (iordon. Max Handshu.
Louis Heiman, Harvey Herman.
Abe Kaplan. Abraham Kasow, Dr.
Roy Mack. Harry Markowitz. Stan-
ley C. Myers, Sidney Pozen. Albert
Quadow. Edward Safer. Dr. Jaek
Seitlin. Sam Seitlin. Daniel Serott,
Mitchell Shapo. Joseph Siegel. S .1.
Specter. Charles Spingarn. Ber-
nard \ Sterling, Jerome Stern.
.Max Swartz, Jerome Weinkle and
Julian Weinkle
3.
4.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
We are VOLUNTARILY withdrawing from the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus because:
1. During the 2 years of weekly payment totaling
over Si 500 by us, no accounting of the funds has
ever been made. If this is a community-wide
organization, and the community helps to sup-
port it, the community has a right to know
where and how the money is being spent.
2. We have offered proof to Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky of irregular situations occurring in
the field of Kashrus and asked the Rabbi to in-
vestigate; he refused on the grounds that the
alleged violations were not under his jurisdiction.
We asked Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky why does
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus plumba
rings (5c each) appear on poultry in non-Kosher
establishments and establishments without or-
ganized supervision. He replied, "There is noth-
ing wrong with it."
To us, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky has continuous-
ly denounced as unreliable and untrustworthy
all other supervising agencies. We add that the
other Rabbis say the same of the Greater Miami
Vaad, of which Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky is
the director.
Because we are weary of the entire corrupt
Kashruth situation in Miami. Miami Kashruth is
the laughing stock all over the U.S.A. This is as
a result of the warring Rabbis.
Because we feel the Jewish community is en-
titled to one honest supervising body solely in-
terested in strict kashrus without money as its
big interest.
7. We are going to retain a steady supervisor for
our store until this situation is cleared up. This
will be your guarantee of Kashruth at Moqen-
Dovid.
mOGEH-DOUID KOSHER
fflEHT PRODUCTS
W3-S5-87 S.W. 8th St. (on the Trail) Ph. 3-4218
5.
6.
Continued from Page 1 A
or office, committee of 'he ZOA
to which he was appointed without
lu- knowledge our consent.
Mr lb) doe- nt hesitate to
refer to his self proclaimed liberal
ism and In- negative approach.'
From our experience In the meet-;
jnu- of the lolnl committee, w
testify to the fact that the criti-
cisms ol Mr I.ip.-ky were balanced
bj highlj eon-tructive proposal-
\\v pass over the opportunity to
discuss Mr May's letter from the,
level ol controverts l ha- chosen
lie evades the basic Issues and con-
tent- himself with personal allu-
sions
The negotiations, a- verybody
know- were initiated, not by us,
hut bj Dr. Nahura GoMmann as
leader of World Zionism and by
in Neumann for the ZOA admin-
istration The purpose was the re-,
covery, if possible, of a united (
front in the ZOA. to bring back
leaders and members who are par-
ticipating in other major Zionist
enterprises but who. for various
reasons, had lost their interest in i
the ZOA: and. of greater impor-'
tance. to consider a revision of the
functions and programs of ZOA.
No such agreement on any points
was arrived at. and the conclusions i
of the ZOA administration repre-\
sentatives were reported definitely
only two day- before the opening
of the Washington conference.
\- to Mr May's statement
about a power-seekinj organized;
minority, it i- a non-disputed fact
that, since 1W52. when the identi-
fication resolution was adopted,
the minority at that convention has
not acted a- an i I group
It ha- made no public statements
It ha- joined in no debati It did
not function a- a group in 1953. in
1954, an I had no intention of
functioning a- ;: group in 1955 un-
til the discussions leading to
sible achievement oi unity were
initiated through the intervention
ot Dr. Neumann some eight
month- ago.
Mr Ma) indulges himself in
dangerous self-deception. He ex-
aggertftM the significance of the
speeches made at the convention
by distinguished visitora The high
IS oil Rial- and the Israel Am-
ki..,,d.r made complimentary re
marks about the ZOA in their
speeches, which were intended
basically, tor the entire Zionist
movement."
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PAGE 3 A
iMay Challenges Lipsky Defection;
Boycott Offers Nothing Constructive
Continued Jrem Petj* 1 A
iroach reflected by his remarks.
For -'me years now thi* rifriall,
miIIn,v nunNTiCBlly rWsttnifi-
,.,,. has sought to gain control of
(he ZOA. Such ambitions are quite
legitimate when pursued in a dem-
ocratic manner within the organi
Mtion But having repeatedly fail-
, curry the national conven-
,, notwithstanding a variety of
.jssucs' which they have employed.
Ihej have sought to acquire con-
trol by other, less direct, means
,inH on occasion they fire broad
sides at the organizationfrom a
safe distance. The policies of the
ZOA arc determined by majority
decisions after full and free dis-
ci.-ion and debate. However. Mr.
Lipsky's group persists in refusing
lo abide by this democratic pro-
cedure This attitude is passing
Grange in view of the self-pro-
claimed liberalism' of Mr. Lipsky
and his colleagues.
Moreover, it would seem that
the Government of the United
States as represented by Attorney
General Brownell, of Congress of
the I'nitcd States as- represented
by Senator Humphrey, and the
Government of Israel as represent-
ed by Ambassador Eban, do not
share Mr Lipsky's low opinion of
the ZOA Mr. Brownell. for ex-
ample, had this to say: 'In dealing
with the question of this two-way
bridge between the United States
and Israel. I wish to express my
hearty congratulations to the Zi-
onist Organization of America,
whose current work in this field Is
no less important than the historic
role it played in the creation of
the state of Israel.'
"The same view was expressed
by Senator Humphrey, who declar-
ed; it is hardly possible for any-
one concerned as I am, with the
foreign relations of the American
Government to be unaware orun-
appreciative of the role played by
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica in the field that commands its
particular attention. The Zionist
Organization of America today, as
over many years in the past, ren-
ders invaluable service in strength-
ening the relations between the
peoples of the United States and
Israel, and in furthering America's
vital interests in the Middle East
. An organization such as this
. earns the commendation and
gratitude of all conscientious
Americans.' Ambassador Eban's
appraisal of the significance of our
Zionist work and his words of en-
couragement to us also stand in
sharp contrast to Mr. Lipsky's bit-
ter assault."
Boat Rides Rained
Out, Pioneer
Recent heavy rains in Miami
were responsible for postponement
of boat rides by two Pioneer Worn-
men clubs. Club I's outing aboard ilan officiating. Mr. Hirsch is t
Hirsch Unveiling
The dedication of a-monument
to the memory of the late Jack
Hirsch, formerly of 643 Lenox ave.,
will take place Sunday, July 3. 12
noon, at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi Jonah Cap-
Cantor Fishel Lutman has
been appointed full-time can-
tor at Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, according to an an-
nouncement this week. He
will take up his duties begin-
ning Aug. 1. The Israeli-bom
cantor came to the United
States six years ago.
Camp Registration
Now Open for
Second Period
Registration for the second pe-
riod at the day camps of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center has been opened, it was an-
nounced by Leon Epstein, Day
Camp chairman.
The first four-week period has a
capacity enrollment in all four
camps, but parents can still enroll
their children for the second four-
week beginning July 18. These
camps are conducted at the Town
Branch, 45 SW 75th ave., Beach
Branch. 1536 Bay rd ; Flagler-Gra-
nada Center, 50 NW 51st st pi.,
and North Dade Jewish Center,
13630 West Dixie hway.
"Davy Crockett" was the starting
point for many of the camp activ-
ities thus far. At the Beach
Branch, the campers worked on
the theme "Frontierland" and en-
gaged in such activities as gold
rush, making Indian costumes and
singing American folk songs. The
folklore of America was also high-
lighted at the North Dade camp,
which is planning to take its chil-
dren from that point through an
imaginary trip around the world to
learn about the customs in other
countries during the remaining
weeks of camp.
At the Town Branch, the coun-
selors presented an unusual pre-
view in the form of a camp show in
order to give the campers an idea
of some of the songs and games
that would be taught later in the
season. A full program of swim-
ming instruction has been started
with many campers already passing
their Red Cross beginners' tests.
This program is conducted each
week. Monday through Friday,
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and trans-
portation service is available in
certain areas.
the Seven Seas, originally planned
for June 12. has been rescheduled
for Sunday, July 10, according to
Mrs. Sophie Krantz, chairman.
Club II, rained out on June 19,
has engaged the Seven Seas for a
Saturday evening boat ride on
July 2. it has been announced by
Mrs. Ida Jacobs, chairman of the
event. The boat will leave Pier 8 of
the City Yacht Basin at 7 p.m. De-
pature time for Club I remains at
5 p.m., as originally planned.

Mrs. Ida Jacobs was reelected to
the presidency of Club U of
Pioneer Women at a recent elec-
tion. Other to take office with her
are Mrs. J. Kossoff, first president;
Mrs. Max Wolfman, second vice
president; Mrs. Nat Ostroff, fi-
nancial and corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Minnie Shubow, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. William
Malamut, treasurer.
Moetzet Hapoalot, Pioneer Wom-
en's principal fund raising project
for Israel, will be headed by Mrs.
Nathan Bookspan; with Mrs. Molly
Witner as co-chairman. Chairman
for the Child Rescue fund is Mrs.
Louis Marcus, with Mrs. Isaac Katz
as co-chairman. Mrs. Rose DeYong,
Jewish National Fund chairman,
has Mrs. William Cutler as co-
worker.
Cultural chairman is Mrs. Aaron
Liebman. Membership and pub-
licity are being handled by Mrs.
Abe Shedroff. Chairman of Bonds
for Israel is Mrs. Nathan Book-
span.
vived'by his wife, Bertha;'a
Jerry; and four brothers. Joe and
Irving, of New York City, and
George and Dave, of Washington,
D. C; also a sister, Mrs. Ruth Sie-
ge!, of Detroit. Mich. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Obituaries
GERALD E. BROOKS
41. "..' W |2iM M '"', ''<"* -"'
While In Chli-ajco attending the Chi-
cago Furniture Show Bsrvissa were
held In Rlveralde Memorial chapel.
Burial wan in Mount Binal Cemoterj
Mr. HrrxikM was a member "f ihe
Knights of Pythian, the Weal Miami
Jewish I .nt. i ,Nml Ihe Florida furni-
ture Travelers. He was associated
with the SllckJey Kurftlture Co here.
He Ik survived b) hat parent*. Mr
and Mm. Morris Itrooka. and winter.
.Mrs Duretta Weis. .ill of Miami.
LEOPOLD "ACM
74. J46S SW 2Srrf at., who I'ltiiw to Mi-
ami 10 years ago from '"hl.au", died
Tuesday. A retired tailor. Mr. Itaeh
waa a member of lieth l>avid Syna-
gogue. He leaves his wife. Tillie; a
aon, Adolph. three .lasghter*. Mm.
Naomi Friedman. Mrs. Harriet Welee,
and Mra. Madeline Peakee. alt of Mi-
ami, three brothels. including Char-
les, of Miami, a ulster, and five grand-
children services Were held In the
Gordon Miami Funeral Home, with
Lin ial at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Charge for Unveiling Notices
Beginning with rr tow* 0*
July 1, The Jewish Floridien
will charge fivs dollars for the
insertion of unve'iling notices in
its columns. Announcement of
this new policy has boon the re
suit of increased production
costs and the premium pieced
upon space availability. Many
English Jewish newspepers
throughout the nation adopted
this procedure some time ego,
and The Jewish Floridien has
withheld from charging for un-
veiling insertions as long as
possible in line with its desire
to give reeders maximum serv-
ice.
LEGAL NOTICE
PRACTICAL NURSE
l"fn!s, children, adults. Hour,
day or week. Reasonable rate* for
babysitting. Ph. HI 44M7. **f-
rencts.
Stiebels Host Picnic
Sunday. June 26, volunteer ad-
visers of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization enjoyed a barbecue
picnic at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Stiebel. 2120 SW 21st ter.
Two Miami Girls
On Trip to Israel
Two Junior Hadassah members,
who won special awards for out-
standing service and leadership,
received scholarships entitling
them to attend a summer in Israel,
sponsored by the Jewish Agency.
Elaine Sehwartzman. who served
as president of the Miami Unit
of the organization last year, and
Ann Basch, vice president of the
group in charge of fund raising for
1955. are the fortunate twosome
to be honored by National Junior
Hadassah and the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission.
The Institute program includes
nine weeks of activity beyond the
borders of the country and seven
weeks of travel and study in Israel,
including a week at Meier Shfayah.
Junior Hadassah childrerfs vil-
lage.
The girls left the United States,
via New York City. June 30 and
will fly to Paris on board a KLM
plane of the Royal Dutch Airlines.
The itinerary includes a four-day
holiday in the French capital city
and Marseilles, where they'll em-
bark by boat to Israel.
Upon their return to Miami, in
September, t h e world traveled
young ladies will appear before
several youth and adult groups to
report on the details of their
eventful trip.
BENJAMIN KELLMAN
. SOO SW 3rd at., a retired Class .m-l
mirror dealer, died Tueaday. He came
here eight years ago from Chi-aso.
and la survived by hi* wUe. Sarah,
two aona. Herman, of Miami, and
Bernle. of Chicago, two daughter* and
a sister in Chicago Service* were
h. I.l in the Qordon -Miami Funeral
.Home.
MRS. ROSE OLICKMAN
77. Of ISM SW --nd ter.. who died
Monday, Services were held at the
Miami Chapel >f Oordon Funeral
II.nine, with burial in Mount Nebo
Cemetery. A Mlamian (or 10 years,
ahe came here from Cleveland, >. She
la survived by three diius.ht.is. Mi-
ll.l.n Bernstein, and Mi- Charlotte
Oross Merger, b-.th of Miami, and Mrs
km- Kaplan. of Memphis, Teen-
three grundchildi. n and one great -
grandchild.
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the unffcralgncd. desiring to engage In
hiialnesn under the fi.titlou* nsme of
CUE AND CUSHION, at '.7Mi s w.
Mh Street, intenda t'. register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of p.-Mle Cmintv. Flori.l..
MY Kit MAT1-4 1KI
7,!-*-15-2J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Ne 1*0984
OSCAR S. CAPLAN an.I
.SARAH B. CAPI.AN. hi* wife.
Plalntiff-
v*.
K V TflKHTN WIlJtON OI.ATT.
Individually and ax Administratrix
Of the Estate of EDWARD E. flrUATT*.
Si I k a Edward E. Olatt. De-
ceased (Kalate in the Probate I'on t
of Cook County. Illinois. No 2013241.
MA CRICK OI.ATT and
'Alt A OI.ATT. hh wife,
EDWARD EL OI.ATT. JR.. and .
SHAIII.KKNK OLATT, hi* wife.
EVELYN <;i~\TT ATZ. a.k.a
RVELTSI ATZ. and DAVID hi. AT'/.
her husband, and
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF*
EDWARD E. OI.ATT. SK if any.
and any and all other |erwtis. '
any claiming- any estate, right, tltl
lor Interest In. or Men upon the re; :
I property herein described, which la
'iim.ii.-.i in Dad* County,
State of Florida:
Lot v. in Block I. of BEACH VII \
srit-invisi'iN. according to u
Plat thereof, recorded in Plat B< -
9, at Pat. I&g, of Mi. PubhV Re- o
of Dade County, Florida.
I lefentlant -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T(i KATHERTN Wll.soN OLATT,
Individual!) and Adminlstrat-iv.
.-t,-
I7fi Earn 15th St.. Apt "I
Chicago, lillnol"
MAURICE UI.ATT and
CARA OI.ATT. In* uife.
Ton Constance Ave..
Chicago. Illin.ii*
EDWARD i: OI.ATT. JR..
KHARI.EENE OI.ATT, hi* n,
70O0 S Shore Dil\e.
Chicago. Illlnola
EVELYN til.ATT ATZ and
DAVID s ATZ. her husband.
SS70 8. Euclid A\. .
Chicago, I Hi in.i. and
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
EDWARD K OI.ATT. SR If
any, and any and all other i-
..h*. If any. claiming niiv etate.
light, title in Intereat In. or lien
upon the real pioperty herein
described, which ia located In
Dade County. Stale of Floi i.la:
Lot *. In Block 1. of REACH
View SUBDIVISION, according
to the Plat thereof, recorded in
Hat Book 9. at Page US. of
Public Keen.I* Dade Count),
Florida
You. and each of KOU. are berel
notified that a Complai.it to Remove
i and i-"i thei Relief ha* b<
filed against fou, and you er* hereto
required to sere* a ...p. ef >.>in An-
ii.r p. ai.i Complain! on Plaintiff*'
attorney*. OENET .v QENET, 4*0
l.iii'-oln Road. Miami Reach. Eloii.la,
an.I file the oi[Klnal AnsWei in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the l*t day of.
August. IMS. default of which the-
..II-nation* of aald Complaint will he I
taken aa confessed agalnat you.
DATED at Miami. 1 lor Ida. thi* 11
da) of June, l ,
| H I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Il> : R II RICE. Ill
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PUBLIC NOT1C
There is one-ark! ONLY one-
Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha
OftfJ
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
Qualified, endorsed and authorized te render the lost
religious rites to the deceased
24-hour immediate service available by qualified, conscientious personnel
W. ere esderse* by the ** *%J2X?LZLZ'.82Z* **tah,,r
the 1AMAMA end srevid* $hX>*Jerl-IIO*rOt fSCOffT
Proftcf yoursoff and your door ones bf telephoning:
nathan csnstoio
President, Oreater Miami
Chevra Kadisha
ISHKM SCHWARTZ
Chairman,
Ritual Committee
HOHl 12 3117
MRS. RIVA GOtDSERG
President, Sisterhoed
Chesed Shel Ernes
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180909
JOHN S RICHARDSON. Plaintiff
re.
III.I.EN A. RICHARDSON.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO. HELEN A RICIIAKDSoN,
EILNEST CHAPMAN
Kwan Bbulevard
inland Heights. New Jersey
Yon .ne her.-i.\ notified that a Hill'
I for I u\ m i-e liaa h<
hi..i against you, and reu
.piped to aei
or I'leading to ilic BUI of Complaint
on the plaintiff* Attorney*. HENRY
M CAIN ami ARTHUR I) DHCKBL-
MAN, |3ll Weal rlaglei Street. Mi-
inii. RlorMe, ami file the original
\i, u.i oi Pleading in the offk* I
the Clei k of the Circuit Com t on
before the 1-t ds> of Augu*t, i
it you fail to do ao, ludgment b>
fault ill be taken agalnsl you
lief demanded In the I SHI of
< oioplaint.
Ilil* notice ahall be publii
ea.h week for four weeka
in THE JEWISH M.oRIDlAN
AND OR 1.El!ED at Miami.'
this .'7th day of June.
TOO WOA M SfltVtO WITH NOnOR, RtOMIfY AMO TRAHTrOM
la.NE
& U. I.BAT HERMAN.
it Court,
untj. Kioi i la
H'M. \V. STtH'KINtJ. j
.Circuit Court Heal) Dsput
11KNHY U CAIN and
ARTHCR D. DECKEL.MAN
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artist' in America an not in tune with their times in their work- which
depict Jewish experiences.
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on the American ^rene which would inspire "Jewish art." But 00 a
wider scale, the Rabbi envisioned much Life in 1st ad, the universal
symbols, the Nazi destruction of Europe are all pos-
he aid. for themes of new "Jewish art" to replace the old
Igsc expression'.
To illustrate his plea for a new 'Jewish art." Rabbi Lenne pointed
ne of the exhibited paintings entitled "Patriarchs and Matriarchs"
Raymond A Katx. The painting reveals a Judaic hwilmi by utiliz-
ing script in an abstract design While the use of llehrea lettering
listic deign dates back to early Jewish history, the artist here,
according to Rabbi Levine. utilizes the Hebrew alphabet in an original
fashion The Je\u-h -train is definitely expressed, the Rabbi -aid,
i through the Hebrew language and through the written word which has
always occupied a holy position in Jewish history. fl
her interpretation of Jewish experience which Rabbi Levine
BBjdurt ,ouod exciting was entitled Waiting for the EadT by David Shapiro.
This painting exhibits a tender understanding of the hnsaatri of aa
old age home In the background. Hebrew lettering is found chiseled
00 tombstone* Rabbi Levine termed this work "Jewish art" in that
tbe mood is definitely one only to be felt by a Jew who has knowledge
of our unique system of care for the aged and our it Terence for par*!
en*, hood
Many other' who visited the Jewish Tercentenary Exhibition of
at the Corcoran Gallery wondered what other new
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FRANCISCOIn all the diplomatic huddles there have been
during the pa>t week or so. the Big Three and Big Fonr meetings, and
s... :a* get togethers 0f the lesser foreign ministers in San Francisco, it is
oe-x t. riken for granted here that the subject of tbe Palestine dispute and
--_---, ..". situation along the Gaza strip would have been discussed.
"-- :':" nor the Big Poor foreign ministem ware likely
- -^-e... hase discuvsed it formally, for the purpose of their meetings was to
" -'"S" ------ "'Z ',rdm*,e ^e-tern strategy and make arrangements for the coming
"I -------..... 7^tnan at ,he summ'1 However, it u understood here that they
~ ^-e^c -Jt Tr/ra=a was daec ifi have >cm' Private talks on the Israel-Arab troubles.
3 > Peiera caec: emaiD|.v the Western Powers are concerned over the increasing
tbreat to peace in the Middle East there is developing along the Gaza
strip The new British Foreign Secretary. Harold at~ir.p.n has said
as much: he told the House of Commons in London recently that there
w*- an unhealthy dtmusphere" on this part of the Israel Egyptian
border and that, as 1 result of u. "one violation breeds another and
Fr^h !>n1 y becomos more dantemua." The Americans and
rr ?T al>" worr'fd a <" Possibility of a full-scale conflict break-
ing out between the Egyptians and the Israelis.
h-r. ,ht', 'k s,lT,,';,n General. Dag Hammarskjold-and it is thought
m nr,vaf / ""^ ,he u^tion of the PalesUne dispute
rlrSr?lli2!VfrSat,0?S W"h ,he d'"tes attending the Tenth Ann.
aker ,,7h! 1 '" ,he L'nltwl Na,,,,ns '" ^" Francisco. be ha^
mox fli h, ,hT f rS1al inlereSl '" ,l who in,t"led th
toreheve ..n J ;"",,',,,u'' >*.. the Israafi. and tbe Egvptian^
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Je was continuing his effort, to bring about such a con-
,'V """ rebuff he had received &tvm the Egyptian.
live MeeT,7 "" m,n^ at the S,n Francisco Commemor..-
I Three
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here is that iba liig T"
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foreign ministers, when
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failed t. ha i, K ur ,n *" trancisco, could not n.i\-
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T^ s queTnon ; rTT*"!? ,hc prcs'n, borderTiTpalestine.
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i^daaWiia siTJ'ister of Sli Kenne?h I "* the Gl" ** ^ former M'n
i^^^wL-as-ftbat should have tb^fQLP^rf'r.Wh#a ,h* ^'"ation waa adopted.
'went on rn. k7 ^^ ol tre*t. Mr. Youncer said. "But." he
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iroAY. JULY 1. 19S5
fJmUtiHcrAitotr.
PAGE 5 A
iancees Excited Over Engasement Rings | p eSa kVn G
Parents Attend Joan
At Her Wedding
To Mr. (innliner
Miss Afltee gripptfl
A .ami High (irad,
'ormer Brooklynite
[Man December Kites
Mr and Mrs. Harold Krippell,
i44 SW 1st st., announce the en-
S. ment of their daughter. Ar-
in. to Herbert Kaminshine, son
\i Mrs. Sam Kaminshine, 2130 SW
[41 h ter, and the late Mr. Kamin-
me. An early December cere-
uons is planned.
Miss Krippelle is a graduate of Chicago.
AJin Cmrltlm AM
A dels Reveal
Carlolta's Troth
Miss Carlotta June Adel and Mel-
vyn Gerald Greenspahn plan to be
married Aug. 6 in the Empress
hotel, Miami Beach.
Their engagement is announced
by the prospective bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Adel. 1260
101st st.. Bay Harbor Island. Mr.
Greenspahn is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Sydney S. Greenspahn, of
Joan Holland was attended by
her parents, Mr and Mrs. Louis A.
Cherry. 7970 Biscayne Point Circle,
as matron of honor and best man at
her marriage to Robert Gardiner
June 19.
Rabbi Irving Lchrman officiated
at 4:30 p.m. ceremonies in the
bride's home.
Newlywed Mrs. Gardiner was at-
tired in a chiffon over taffctta
gown with lace inserts. Her flowers
were baby orchids dyed to match.
She attended New York Univer-
sity law school. Her husband, the
son of Mrs. Shirley Gardiner, New
York City, is a Columbia Univer-
sity graduate.
A reception and buffet followed
' the ceremonies. Guest of honor was
the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Isa-
bel Goodstein.
The couple are planning a one-
year- tour of Europe beginning
next April.
Iiami Senior High School, who is
irrently a secretary in the Flor-
Equipment Co. of Miami.
Mr Kaminshine is a graduate
(l New Utrecht High School.
Brooklyn, N.Y., and is now employ-
by the A. S. Beck Shoe Co.

The bride-elect graduated from
the University of Miami this month
with a Bachelor of Education de-
free. She was a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority and sweet-
heart of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
A graduate of Northwestern
University, Mr. Greenspahn was
president of Phi Epsilon Pi social
fraternity which presented him
with outstanding senior and out-
standing athletic awards.
He is now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami law school, where
he is a member of the legal guid-
ance board, executive editor of The
Lawyer, law school yearbook, pres-
ident of Tau Epsilon Rho and pres-
ident of the Bar and Gavel legal so-
ciety.
Mist
|u elder, Winters
0 Spend Several
Months Abroad
Mr and Mrs. Henry Spechler. of
fuincy, Florida, announce the
I'rthcoming marriage of their
tlaufhter. Rhoda, to Jerry Winters,
M New York and Miami Beach,
' n of Mrs. Ann Meyers Weinstein,
H Palm Island. The ceremony will
te held at noon in New York's
[avo.\ Plaza hotel on Sunday, July
Miv.s Spechler was graduated
|r-in Quincy High School, re
1 1 her Bachelor of Science de-
from Florida State University
I l has been teaching English and
minorce at South Broward High
School m Hollywood, Fla.
Winters was born and raised in
?Vaterbury, Conn., and received
Bachelor of Arts degree from
kntioch College. Following a
s still photographer in New
,nrk City, he spnt four years in
"' Air Force and was separated
[with the rank of Major.
N'r Winters has been since pro-
Muing and directing television
I-hows and motion pictures. His
most recent film is currently p+ay-
'ng at the Parts Theater in New
York City.
Aftter their wedding, the couple
will speed seveml moatka abroad.
Dual Celebration
For the Kimballs
Dual celebrations were in or-
der for Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kim-
ball and their son, Sanford, this
week.
The Kimballs entertained
group of friends at a dinner party
to mark Jerome's birthday and his
completion of first year studies at
the University of Miami medical
school. The party was held at Ja-
maica Inn.
Sanford is planning to be busy
with medical studies throughout
the summer, except for a brief va-
cation in Cuba.
Mrs. Frances Rubin has return-
ed from a trip to Israel and is now
at home at the Di Lido hotel.
ft ft ft
Ruth Brotman. who is visiting
her sister in Detroit, leaves soon
for Chicago to attend the gradual
tion of her nephew, Dr. Asher
Weisman, from Northwestern Uni-
versity.
*r ft Mrs. Isadore Appelrouth an*
family have returned to the city
after a trip to New Jersey to at-
tend the graduation of her son,
Robert, from the Hun School of
Princeton. Robert was awarded
the Erna Frankhauser Memorial
Prize for proficiency in modern
languages. He expects to attend
the University of Florida in the
Fall. Mitchell, who is now a sen-
ior at the University of Florida,
has just left for ROTC summer
training at Fort Benning, Ga.
Boat Ride Scheduled
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will have a boat
ride on the Seven Seas Yacht Sun
day. July 3. Max Rappaport is
chairman The boat leaves CKy
Yacht Basin from Pier 8 at 4:30
p.m.
Miss Naff Plans
For August Wedding
Mrs. Dora Naff this week an-
nounced the engagement of her
daughter, Lillian, to Howard Cyril
Stem, son of Mrs. Rose Stein, of
1541 SW 6th st.
Miss Naff is a graduate of Miami
a Senior High School and is pres-
ently employed by Southern Bell
Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Mr. Stein is a graduate of the
University of Miami and a mem-
ber of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, na-
tional honorary music fraternity.
He was recently installed presi-
dent of Miami Beach Masada.
Young Adult Zionist District.
Mr. Stein is a teacher in the
Dade County public schools.
The couple plan a mid-August
wedding.
Currently vacationing at Dun-
craggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C.,
are Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof
and children, Diane and Barry,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oppenheim1
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith.' ;
ft ft ft r
Cpl. Jerry Hirsch has returned
home after one and a half years of
service with the U.S. Army in Ger-
many. While overseas, he did
sports broadcasting in the line of
duty. He is the son of Mrs. Bertha
Hirsch, 645 Lenox ave., Miami
Beach, and the late Jack Hirsch.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Ben Chasin left last week
for a three-week visit in Montreal.
Can., to see relatives there. Her
daughter, Arlene Tarshis, whose
engagement to Leon Torantd was
announced recently, will go to
Montgomery, Ala., in late July to
celebrate her birthday and to visit
her fiance's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ephriam Torantd.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Solomon.
815 Alton rd., left last week for
three months. Their trip will in-
clude visits to England, France,
Italy, Switzerland and Israel. They
will then go to Johannesberg,
South Africa, to visit relatives of
Mrs. Solomon.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Faye Ellish, the former
Faye Tupler, and her son, Lenny
Tupler, are visiting relatives and
friends here in Miami Beach for a
couple of weeks. They are staying
at their home at 2800 SW 19th ave.
Mrs. Ellish recently returned from
a trip abroad, visiting France,
Italy, Switzerland, Greece and Is-
rael. Lenny is vacationing in Miami
Beach until the fall semester, when
he will return to the University of
Florida at Gainesville.
ft ft ft
Mr. Harry Liebman and daugh-
tetr, Mrs. Bern ice Honig, of 935 -
8th st., Miami Beach, are on vaca-
tion in Richfield Springs, N. Y.
They will return here Aug. 10.
ft ft ft
Rabbi Harris Swift, of Durban,,
South Africa, was on a brief
visit in Miami Beach. Accompany-
ing him were Mrs. Swift and their
daughter, Josie. They were en-
tertained by Cantor and Mrs. Philip
Brummer. Mrs. Swift and Mrs.
Brummer are cousins.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert
are visiting Rome, Italy, following
their recent tour of Israel. Other
countries of Europe and the Near
East through which they have
traveled thusfar include France,
Greece, Turkey and Egypt.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. David Weintraub
and son, John, of Houston, Tex.,
were recent visitors here. While
in Miami they visited with his sis-
ters, Mrs. Isador Appelrouth and
Miss Ceil Weintraub. They also
spent a few days visiting with fam-
ily in Key West. Mr. Weintraub
was an attorney in Miami before
moving to Houston. He is a first
vice president of the Second Na-
tional Bank of Houston.
Cell. Tl<>l>
Barry Halpern, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Halpern, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El Saturday,
July 2. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. The celebrant
iff an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach High School
and attends the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
Kddie Saperstein
To Ik? Bar Mitzvah
Eddie Saperstein. son of Judge
and Mrs. Albert H. Saperstein, 525
Fairway dr., will become Bar Mitz-
vah during the Sabbath services on
July 3 at the North Shore Jewish
Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate.
Eddie is a student at the Nau-
tilus School, where he is entering
the eighth grade and attends the
North Shore Jewish Center relig-
ious school.
Judge Saperstein was chairman
of the membership drive of the
Center in 1953, at which time a
record membership was enrolled.
Kiddush will follow services and,
a reception in Eddie's honor will
be held on Sunday evening at the
Broadmoor hotel.
Twenty-six adult education certificates are
presented by the Bureau of Jewish Education
to the Women's Division of the Zamora Jew-
ish Center Adult Education Institute. Recipi-
ents cam (left to right, first row, sitting) Mrs.
Al Rosenberg. Mrs. Joseph Ostrie, Mrs. Ber-
nard Greenstein. Mrs. Samuel Miller, Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwxtz, Mrs. Nathan Goldy, Mrs.
Morris Moskowitz, Mrs. M. D. Perelman.
Second row are Mrs. John Freshman, Mrs.
E. Laub, Mrs. "Chip" Diamond. Mrs. Meyer
Matlofi. Mrs. Irving Klein. Mrs. Leon Honig,
Mrs. Samuel Silverman. Third row are Mrs.
Leonard Spiegel. Mrs. Samuel Jacobs n,
Mrs. Jerome Lieberman. Mrs. David Kivel,
Mrs. Harry Fishman, Mrs. Samuel Airman,
Mrs. Milton Chait and Mrs. Israel Kussner.
riot shown are Mrs. Sara Block. Mrs. Mich-
ael Brown. Mrs. Murray Shulman and Mrs.
William Laurets. Certificates were present-
ed by Harold Thurman. vice president of
the Bureau, aided by Abraham Malofi and
Nathan Davidow, president and vice presi-
dent of Zamora.


FUJDAY.
1. 1!
PAGE 6 A
Joyous Wedding Bells Ring Out For
r Beautifully Gowned June Brides
i)
cjrne Troop
Mrs. Myron 5. Rosenberg
Werner-Kalm
Mrs. Lloyd Wucher
Double Ring Wedding for Rhoda
Halzband and Myron Rosenberg
Gloria Flcur Weds
Mr. Lloyd Wucher
The marriage of Gloria Fleur to
Lloyd Wucher took place Satur ,
day. June 11. at the home of the lK.j?l*2,d' *S ^""^'o
groom's parents with only the im-
Sunday. June 26. 4 p.m., was the
date of the double ring wedding of
Miss Rhoda Halzband and Myron
S. Rosenberg. They exchanged
vows in a garden ceremony at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
cester. Mass. Rabbi Irving Lehr
man. of Temple Emanu El offi-
ciated.
Hilda Ares rendered two selec-
tions Best man was Mr, Wyman.
father of the groom. Ushers in
eluded Morris Broad and Samuel
Nissenberg. uncle of the bride.
Maid of honor was Miss Ethel
Stark, aunt of the bride, from
Montreal. Canada. .Mrs, Arthur
Haffer. aunt of the bride from
Boston. Mass., was matron of
honor. Lorna Jane Haffer was
flower girl, and Ann Broad was in
charge of the guest book.
Bridal gown was styled in off-
white pure silk crystallette made
Ardmore ^ a sh]rred an(j sculptured neck
Mrs. mmm f. Wgmm line. lnS ior* bodice and match-
mediate families attending. The
ceremony was performed by Rabbi
Leon Kronish.
Gloria is the daughter of Mr.
Samuel Fleur, 1325 Meridian avc
Miami Beach.
Surfside. ith Rabbi Joseph R
Narot officiating.
The groom's parent- are Mr. and
Mr- AI Rosenberg, of Jacksonville,
Fla.
Given in marriage by her father,
newlvwcd Mrs. Rosenberg chOM I
Mrs. Lola Stein, sister of the ,.' made ,,f cmbroidered blush
bride, was matron of honor, and Iul|(, m(T taffeta moldcd 1)odice
Martin Wucher was best man for:wj)h sc;i|i()ped ncckiine and full
Jus brother. bouffant skirt The embroidered
Out-of-town guests were the tulle an(| seed pearl headpiece held
g[0"muu"r M-Jam^ Bullowa., hcr [our.,iored veil of blush illu-
ofDobbs Ferry. -J.Y.. and his aunt. |,ion_ she carrjed a d ^
Mrs. Diana Lazar. Jamaica, N.Y.
A dinner at the Columbus hotel
followed the ceremony.
Lloyd is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Wucher, 1618 West ave..
Miami Beach.
The couple will honeymoon in
Havana and Jamaica and upon
their return will reside at 600 79th
st.. Miami Beach.
Heilbrun, Katz
Betrothal Revealed
Iris Heilbrun and Marvin Katz
quet of white orchids, small pink
orchids and stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Adam
Kaminski, attired in a long torso,
full skirted pink Swiss over white
organdy. Miss Gloria Goodman was
maid of honor, wearing the same
gown as Mrs. Kaminski's and car-
rying a similar basket of white
daisies, pink carnations and blue
delphinium. Both wore pink pic-
ture hats.
Bridesmaids were Miss Ann Al-
pert and Mrs. Jerry Witten. of
Jacksonville.
Best man was Arthur Burns.
Jacksonville, with Richard Hellins.
Mm. Herbert Horowitz
are engaged, and they plan to be
married in December.
The bride-elect is the daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. Maxjleilbrun. 358 Jerry Witten and Joseph" Millstein
acting as ushers. Mrs. Emanuel
Spondor was soloist.
Following a wedding trip to Mex
ico, the couple will be at home
in Jacksonville after July 20.
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach
Mr. Katz is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Katz. Brooklyn. N.Y.
He resides at 1931 SW 36th ave..
Miami.
Miss Heilbrun attended schools i
in Chicago ind graduated from'. \I|B c; a\ \i, .
Miami Beach High School, where | *>I,SS '"* K,(-' W CUS
she was a cheer leader | In Giant HI V LilCC
Her fiance graduated from | The William Penn hotel. Miami
James Madison High School in Beach, was the site for the Sun-
Brooklyn and received his BBA day afternoon wedding of a former
from the University of Miami last Pennsylvania girl and a Miami
TK3r> i u. Beacn man- Miss Esther Claire
The couple met on a blind date. Siegle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Siegle of Pittsburgh, became
the bride of Herbert Edward Horo-
witz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Horowitz o; Miami Beach.
Mr. Siegle gave his daughter in
marriage, and Rabbi Herman Hal- j lace and net and "carried ye
Mitt Irit Heifbru*
perin read the ceremony.
Isabel Sultan, maid of honor,
wore a blue chiffon gown. The
bride chose a gown of imported
chantilly lace with cap sleeves and
a bouffant skirt. A lace contour
crown with pearl trim held her
fingertip veil. She carried .a col-
onial bouquet of stephanotis.
Arthur Horowitz was best man
while Milton and Lee Friedman
ushered.
The couple will live in Miami
after a Bermuda and Nassau honey-
moon trip.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosen,
445 Aledo ave., Coral Gables, be-
came the bride of Howard Alan
Mesh on Sunday evening, June 26.
at the Algiers hotel, with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. The
ceremony was a duplication of the
bride's parents, with the exception
of the color theme which was the
grooms A.P.O. fraternity colors
of yellow, gold and white
The bride was given away by her
parents to Howard, the son of Mr
and Mrs. William Mesh. 2902 SW
22nd ter., Miami.
The bride wore a white chantil
ly lace gown over satin with a
bouffant skirt, scoop neckline and
long sleeves that came to a V at
the wrist Her finger-tip veil was
held in place by a band of pearls
and bugle beads. She carried her
confirmation Bible with white or-
chids and lilies-of-the-valley.
Mrs Rosen wore a yellow crystal
ette gown, and Mrs. Mesh wore a
starlight blue nylon tulle gown
quined on the top .
Doris Meyerson, maid of honor,
was attired in a gown of yellow
lace and net and carried yellow
long stem roses with a blue bow
on it.
The six bridesmaids and matrons
all wore identical blue lace gowns
avida Stark Marries Jerome Wyman
\s Parents Celebrate 2;>th Anniversary
In a 6:30 p.m* double ring can mg mitts^ with apliqucd lace The
die light ceremony Sunday. June very bouffant tierred sk.r.
ai t the Monte Carlo hotel. Da- d in to a sweet train. Her hm ,-tip.
3da Ruth Sfark. daughter of Mr. length French illusion veil Hi
..... Mrs rules Stark, formerly of from an heirloom mantilla of real
Norfolk Va. and 1166 98th st. rose point lace SO year* old and
Bav Harbor Island, became thejworn by the brides parental
bride of Jerome F Wyman, son of grandmother and mother on their
Mr. and Mrs. G. Bernard Wyman.' wedding clay. She carried orchids
Miami Beach and formerly of Wor-on a Bible.
The bride's mother wore a
French blue lace over satin made
with a Vneckline fitted bodice and
straight line skirt with fullness to
the back. Iridescent sequins were
sprinkled on the dress. She wore
matching blue gloves and corsage
of orchids.
Mrs. Wyman was attired in pale
coral Chiffon over matching taf.
fetta. fitted bodice, full skirt :.nd
jeweled yoke. She carried an or-
chid corsage.
The bride attended William and
Mary College in Norfolk. Va and
received her degree in Music from
the University of Miami, where she
belonged to Sigma Alpha lota,
women's honorary music sorority.
At present she is teaching music in
the Miami public schools
Mr. Wyman was graduated from
Cushing Academy, Ashburnham.
Mass., and received the AB degree
at the University of Massachusetts
in Amherst. Mass. At present, the
groom is associated with The Lud-
man Corp., Miami.
After leception and dinner at
the Monte Carlo, the couple flew
to Nassau for their honeymoon.
Upon their return, they will make
their home at Wist ter. and NK
10th ave.. Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. J Stark, parents of
the bride, celebrated their 25th
wedding anniversary at the wed-
ding reception of their daughter.
Paula Eclelstein,
Lester Greenberg
To Live in Memphis
Shades of pink and white were
used for the 8 p.m. wedding Sat-
urday of Miss Paula Ann Edelstein
and Lester Bernard Greenberg
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot performed
the ceremony at the Algiers hotel,
where the reception also was
held.
Miss Edelstein is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs. William Edelstein.
She wore a gown of lace with
scooped neckline emboidered in
seed pearls and sequins.
Her bouffant lace skirt extend-
ed into a chapel train and her tiny
princess crown held a fingertip
illusion veil. She carried white or-
chids and pink roses.
Susie Greenberg was maid of
honor and wore a pink waltz-length
dress. She carried a colonial bou-
quet of pink roses.
Mr. Greenberg is the son of Sam
Greenberg. 621 Escobar ave. Jack
Edelstein was best man.
After their wedding trip they
will live in Memphis, Tenn., whera
the bridegroom will complete his
dental studies at the University of
Tennessee.
Mrt. Howard A. Mesh
Miss Sandra Rosen Becomes Bride of
Howard Mesh in Lace-Satin Gown Here
Miss Sandra Ann Rosen, daugh- carrying the yellow stem roses
Susan Ln Bom
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldstein
of 922 Pizarro. Coral Gables, an-
nounce i he birth of their daughter
Susan Lu, June 24 at Doctors Hos-
pital. Susan joins her brothers
Sammy, six, and Jackie, three
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs'
Harry I. Surloff, Miami Beach
and Mrs. Becky Goldstein. Mi-
ami. Great grandmother is Mrs
Philip Stone, Miami Beach
with yellow bows on them. They
were Ruth Mesh, sister in-law of
the groom. Celeste K. Doliner,
Carol Goodman. Ixiis Orlando. Mar-
ley B. Hyman and Leila Dubler.
The groom chose his brother.
Stanley D. Mesh, as his best man.
Ushers were Alfred P. Rosen,
brother of the bride. Alvin Good-
man. David Katzin, Richard Carr,
Earl Lowenstein and Gordon Mil-
ler.
Merrillee Ellen Rosen and Mar-
sha Nathan were flower girls for
their cousin in yellow eyelet or-
gandy gowns made by Dons Mey-
erson and Mrs. Rosen Don Rosen-
thai was ring bearer. Mrs. Charles
Mutter kept the guest book.
In the wedding procession were
both couples of the brides grand
parents. Mr and Mrs Rouben
Zorehkey and Mr. and Mrs Meyer
Rosen, both having celebrated 50
years of marriage. Also present
were the paternal grandparents of
the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Mesh.
Out-of-town guests attending the
wedding were from Cincinnati.
( hieago. New York. Texas. St
Louis. Indiana, Daytona Beach
Lakeland and Hollywood, Fla.
After honeymooning in Mexico
the bride and groom will be at
home July 8 at 2535 SW 27th st
Miami.
The bride graduated from Miami
High School, attended the Univer
sity of Florida and Miami for two
yean and graduated from Davis
Institute in January.
The groom just graduated from
Cum Laude June 6, and will be
attending night school to receive
his Masters degree. He is employ-
ed presently with Pentland. Pur-
vis, Keller Co.
m


nnAY. IULY 1. 1955
+Jvtmrkrkfi**rL
PAGE7H
Ardmore
Mrs. Mtlvin S. stnhtrg
double Ring Rites
iiilo Joan Kobrin,
Jelvin Rosenberg
In .1 double ring candlelight 8:30
i.m ceremony Saturday evening,
|iine 25. at the Algiers hotel. Miss
an Marcia Kobnn. daughter of
|r and Mrs Elvin Kobrin. 1235
?nn ylvania ave.. became the
ride "I lieivin S. Rosenberg, son
Mr and Mrs. Jack Rosenberg.'
jiami Rabbi Irving Lehrmnn. of
fmple KmanuEl. officiated.
i; man was Clayton Bernstein.
-hers were Howard Kobrin. un-
I the bride from Hillside,
[.! and Marvin Florman, brother-
ol the groom.
Maid oi honor was Barbara Kay.
| Mini ie Wolf, of Miami Beach.
hi bride's paternal grandmother,
ifl David Kubrin. of Nawark.
I. paternal grandfather of the
rule, attended the wedding.
|Th< bride selected a ballerina-
igth bridal gown of sheer gos-
|mer n>lon tulle over lustrous
It in Imported reembroidered al-
p-'in lace outlined the flattering
pop neckline and was appliqued
bwn the front of the fitted bodice.
beading to the bouffant tulle
|irt Tin> nylon mitts were the
iishing touch. Her elbow-length
tench illusion veil wa-. attached to
)acy Juliet cap fashioned of tiny
M pcarN.
She carried orchids on a Bible.
(lich was a gift of the groom's
andfather.
|The bride is a graduate of Mi
m Beach High School, and receiv-
her degree in education from
University of Miami, where she
b a cheerleader, first sweetheart
Alpha Kpsilon Pi. pledge mother
Delta Phi Kpsilon sorority and a
|embr of Kappa Delta Pi, educa-
l>nal honorary.
I At present, she is teaching in
uth Beach Elementary School.
I Mr Rosenberg is a graduate of
lenville High School. Cleveland,
|>d received his degree at the
diversity of Miami. He was a
lemUr of Alpha Epsilon PI fra-
Irnity and the chemistry honor
p At present, he is' building
'roes m Coral Gables. Upon their
pturn irom a honeymoon in Nas-
fu. the couple will make their
me at 28 Almeria ave., Coral
tables
Ardmore
^^ Mrs. JtSS toainowifz
Fine, Rabinowitz
Married on Beach
In an intimate lamily atmos-
phere at Rabbi Irving Lehrman's
study in Temple Emanu-El. Sunday
evening. June 26, 7:30 p.m., Miss
Ruth Fine, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Fine. 627 10th st..
Miami Beach, became the bride of
Jess Rabinowitz. son of Mrs. Nath
an Rabinowitz. Brooklyn, N.Y., and
Nathan Rabinowitz. Miami Beach.
Ceremony was followed by a
dinner at the Delano hotel. David
Wierstock, uncle of the bride, was
best man Matron of honor was
Mrs. Daniel Lind, Miami Beach.
The bride selected a blush pink
ballerina-length gown of imported
lace over taffeta with scooped
neckline, long sleeves to wrist
point and long torso.
The bouffant skirt was compli-
mented by a corsage of pink sweet-
heart roses and stephanotis. Her
shoulder-length plush pink veil was
attached to a pillbox of lace.
The couple are spending their
! honeymoon in Miami Beach and
will make their home in New York.
Mlimore Wedding
'<' Miss Cohen
** ( h.rlotte Ann Cohen has aet
"ly 31 for her wedding to Barry
P'chael Wesker at the Sheraton
elyedere hotel in Baltimore, Md.
ine couple first met when thev
PPeared together in a musical
wnedy. Best Foot Forward." at
w Ring Theatre.
ini,hirloMe is th* dfhter of Mr
na Mrs Lawrence Cohen of Bal
Jmore while Barry is the son of
< and Mrs. Lew Wesker. 1611
rennsyivania ave.. Miami Beach.
Charlotte was a member of Phi
s'Sma social wirority at the Univer
ItklJL ^UnL B*rr* is '"ending
[the L'M Law School, where he is a
member of Tau Epsilon Mm tegal
frattrnity.
Namoff, Berman
IExchange Vows;
Will Live in Miami
Sydell Namoff became Mrs.
David M. Berman in 7 p.m. cere-
monies Sunday, June 26. at the
Starlight roof of the Biscayne Ter-
race hotel Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiated.
The former Miss Namoff is the
daughter of the Nathan Namoffs,
1300 SW 16th ave. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Sanders. 2436 SW 58th ave.
Given in marriage by her fa-
ther, the ijride was attired in a
gown styled in white ballerina-
length French imported lace made
with scoop neckline accented by a
scalloped bertha collar sprinkled
with iridescents. The fitted bodice
and bouffant lace skirt fell to a
wide tulle ruffle.
She wore matching lace gaunt-
llets. The elbow length veil of
French illusion was attached to a
pearl crown. The bride carried or-
chids on a bridal Bible. _
" Matron of honor was Mrs. D. K.
Rubin, sister of the bride, wear
ing a pink iridescent taffetta dress
with a boat neckline, tight bodice
and bouffant skirt and carrying a
pink and white crescent bouquet
of rose*.
Best man was Herbert J. Cohen.
Newly wed Mrs. Berman gradu-
Edelman Birth
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Edelman.
of 5*37 LaGorce dr.. announce the
birth of their daughter, Susan
Maureen, on June 24 at Mount Si-
nai Hospital. The r.ew "arrival Join-
ed her sister. Denise. Just one day
before Denises tourtb birthday.
Grandparents are Mrs Samson
Weiss. Miami Beach, and Mrs. fly-
man Edelman. Chicago.
Father (Jives Miss
Reisman Away
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot officiated
at the 8 p.m. wedding of Miss Pa-
tricia Nina Reisman and Irvin Nor-
man Sporn Sunday at the Empress
hotel.
jjflw Reisman is the daughter of
Mr.' and Mrs. Isaac L. Reisman.
2251 W 7th st and the bridegroom
is the son of Mrs. Samuel Scherr
and Mr. Michael Sporn, of Rich-
mond, Va. Patricia was given in
marriage by her father.
Mr. Sporn served as best man
for his son while Mrs. Joseph R.
Reisman. sister-in-law of the uride,
was matron of honor. Attired in a
blue nylon eyelet and tulle gown,
Mrs. Reisman carried a bouquet of
blue feathered carnations.
Other attendants were Mrs. Al-
bert J. Wasserman, sister of the
bridegroom, Miss Sally Ann Slopey
of Akron, O., and Miss Cheryl Rose
Sporn, sister of the bridegroom.
They wore identical gowns and
carried white carnations. Sharon
Dale Reisman was flower girl and
Stephen Howard, ring bearer for
their aunt, the bride.
Ushers were Joseph B. Reisman.
brother of the bride, Albert J. Was-
serman and Steven Green of Rich-
mond, and Alvin M. Ziass, of Nor-
folk.
The bride wore a floor length im-
ported Swiss embroidered organ-
dy gown. Her fingertip illusion veil
fell from an embroidered organ-
dy cap. She carried a bouquet of
tube-roses and white orchids.
A reception was held at the Em-
press after the wedding. The cou-
ple will reside in Richmond.

Mrs. hvim Sporn
Miss Kapner Weds
U of F Student
Miss Joan Lee Kapner became
Mrs. Frank A. Schoenbaum in re-
cent wedding ceremonies at Tem-
ple Beth El. West Palm Beach. Rab-
bi Max Landman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Kapner, of West
Palm Beach. The groom's parents
are the Samuel Schoenbaums, 1328
Collins ave.. Miami Beach.
Buddy Barton, of Miami, was
best man. Ushers included Nathan
Moskowitz. Miami Beach.
The bride graduated from Palm
Beach High School in 1952 and at
tended the University of Florida
Mr. Schoenbaum is a Miami Beach
High School graduate and pres-
ently attends the University of
Florida. His fraternity is Pi Lamb-
da Phi.
Following their wedding trip to
Nassau, the couple arc residing at
1417 NW 3rd aVe., Gainesville
Mrs. Kalph MMlN /
Mantons Will Live
In Kew Gardens
Wedding of Miss Suzanne Helene
Field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Field of New York City,
to Ralph A. Manton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Manton. 1771 SW 21st
ter., took place Sunday at the Sher-
ry Netherland hotel in New York.
Dr. Elias Solomon officiated.
The couple and their families re-
ceived friends at a reception at the
Sherry Netherland that evening im-
mediately after the ceremony.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of silk taf-
feta made along princess lines and
adorned with lace, seed pearls and
sequins Her fingertip illusion veil
was attached to a lace crescent
coronet.
The Mantons will live in Kew
Garden Hills. NY.
rVl HAi/h THl
Wernw-Kahn
Mrs. DsnrM M. Barman
ated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the Univer-
sity of Florida. The groom is also a
Miami Senior High graduate and
received his degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami. His fraternity
was Alpha Epsilon Pi.
He is currently a CPA with the
firm of Resnek and Landis. He
and his bride will live in Miami
after their wedding trip to Nas-
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itjlie\wiislb-l0l MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1955
SECTION B
ADl APPLAUDS
ANTI-BIAS LAW

4fe*
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ms Busztin. 29. and his wife. Helga, 26, Viennese physicians.
rive in the U.S. to start life anew in a land oi freedom. The
^uple. victims of Nazi persecution, immigrated here with the
of United Hias Service, Jewish international migration
rvice, to interne at a hospital in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Dr.
ins escaped direct Nazi persecution by hiding with Dr.
seph Feldner, a well-known Viennese physician, for three
ars, and after the war Dr. feldner adopted him. His par-
its and a brother perished in the infamous Auschwitz gas
^ambers. Dr. Helga spent two years in the Theresienstadt
picentration camp. She specializes in heart ailments, arid
r husband, who is co-author with his adoptive father, of a
*k which is about to be published. "Psychiatry in Infantile
velopment," specializes in psychiatry.
1G Will SlRVt AS CHAIRMAN
ip. Orr to Speak at B'nai B'rith
Annual Patriotic Day Rally July 4
cp. John B. Orr. Jr. is to deliver
main address at the annual
riotie Day rally sponsored by
li Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
londay. July 4. Allen Gold-
vice president of the Lodge,
serve as chairman of the pro-
m. which will take place in
mingo Park Bandshell.
>-t 330. of the Jewish War
erans of Miami Beach, under
direction of Maj. Herman Sok-
will also participate in the
ervance of Independence Day.
irr. who has led the fight for
>portionment at the current
of the legislature, will
ik on the theme of 'Democracy
(hanging World." A graduate
[Duke University. Orr received
law degree from the University
Honda, where he was an editor
the Law Review. A former as-
iate of ex-Senator Claude Pep-
Orr is presently practicing
with the firm of Morehead.
(rest. Gotthardt & Orr. in Mi-
rk M. Fink, chairman of the
i-ncanism and civic affairs com-
Federation Reveals Tally of Allocations
Made to CIA Beneficiary Groups in '55
As Leaders Meet to Map New Needs
Jewish communal life in Greater
Miami, throughout the nation and
in Israel received a record alloca-
tion of SI.260,000 from the funds
realized in the 1955 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Announcement of the record al-
funds last year and is slated to
receive $140,000 in the coming
year.
The only local agency which re-
quested a reduced allocation for
the coming year was the National
Council of Jewish Women, whose
lotment was made at the first of- English for foreign born program
ficial Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation board of governors meeting
held on Thursday evening at Hi-
biscus Lodge hall.
Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman
of the budget committee, reported
to nearly 200 members of Federa-
tion's board that increased cash
allocations were made to nearly all
major beneficiaries of the Combin-
has been taken over by the Dade
County public school system. The
social service agency received
$4,890 and is accepting $2,390 in
the coming year. A reorganized
beneficiary on the local scene is
the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund
not included in the 1955 campaign.
Reflecting the need of world-
wide Jewry, especially the distress-
ed Appeal. Although the drive net- ed families of Europe, the Middle
)nadians Told Art*
tit ion Seems ludicrous
flONTREAL (JTA) Israel Am-
sador to Canada Michael Comay
the representatives of 50 na-
- gathered in plenary session
ie International Civil Aviation
(anization here that Israel is
ly disturbed at the difficulties
aled for the ICAO in the Middle
and the inability of the ICAO
Surmount them thin far, in spite
in sincere effort to do so.
The activities of the ICAO on
phonal basis are vital to inter
ional aviation, as such regional
pvities are equally vital to other
M national bodies. History and
Icriphy have made Israel an es-
Minl and permanent feature of
MldCsjl landscape." be said.
h is anomalous that the region-
"tiice oi t.n international organ-
ptloc should be located in a coun-
which denies access or com-
mication to a neighboring na-
be pointed out.
Jakm f. Orr, Jr.
mittee of the Lodge, is in charge
of arrangements for the rally. Mu-
sic will be furnished through the
courtesy of the Miami Federation
of Musicians. Serving on the com-
mittee with Fink are Burnett Roth.
Harry Newmark, Meyer Teigman,
David Schwartz, Charles H. Lee,
Gershon Miller, George J. Bert man.
Leo Eisenstein, Sol Goldstrom and
Gilbert Balkin.
This year's observance will be
tied in with the 40th anniversary
of the founding of the City of Mi-
ami Beach. All of the members of
the city council have been invited
to attend.
ted 92 percent of its established
goal, a new record was set in num-
ber of contributors over previous
years, Dr. Goodman reported. Over
10.000 persons gave gifts to CJA
as computed with 8,606 in 1954
and 7,135 in 1963.
Last year's contributors boosted
their personal gifts in the amount
of $176,793.17 in the 1955 tund
drive.
The chairman's analysis present-
ed for approval to the board of gov-
ernors indicated that, in every in-
stance but one, local beneficiaries
will receive greater allocations
than last year. To continue the
expanding program of Jewish edu-
cation in the Hebrew schools, the
Bureau of Jewish Education will
receive $50,900 compared with
$44,900 issued last year. The Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, allocated
$54,000 in 1954. will receive a
slight increase of $55,000 this year.
Expanding service programs in
outlying areas and augmented op-
Liebman in Third Term
On Z0A Executive Group
Seymour B. Liebman, Miami
Beach attorney and communal civic
worker, was elected an officer and
member of the national executive
committee of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America at the ZOA na-
tional convention held in Wash-
ington, D.C.
This is Liebman's third term as
a member of the national execu-
tive. He holds many local offices
in the Zionist movement and has
recently been appointed chairman
of the High Holy Day appeal for
the Israel Bond Campaign in
Greater Miami.
Liebman is listed in "Who's Who
in World Jewry" and is a member
of the board of governors of the
Development Corporation for Is-
rael and on their national speakers
bureau.
Mortimer May was reelected
president of the ZOA and Abe
Goodman, a former Miami Beach
resident, was elected vice presi-
dent and chairman of the inner
committee.
East and Israel, an increased allo-
cation amounting to $537,500 was
made to the UJA this year. Dr.
Goodman announced. The UJA,
major beneficiary of the Greater
Miami fund drive, sought a nation-
al goal of $99,521,275 this year to
help strengthen the economy of
the State of Israel, to meet the
emergency settlement, welfare and
rehabilitation needs of immigrants
and oppressed Jews in nearly two
dozen other countries.
This work! girdling program is
crating costs will give the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
Dr. Shapiro Succeeds Dr.
Levin as Club President
Richard Shapiro, Miami Beach
radiologist, was elected president
of the Phi Delta Epsilon Graduate
Club of Greater Miami last week at
a regular meeting in the Algiers
hotel.
Dr. Shapiro succeeded Dr. Leo
Levin, last year's president, who
turned over the gavel to the new
leader at the dinner meeting.
Also elected by the medical
group were Maurice Edelman, vice
president: Stanley Schwartz, sec-
retary; Theodore Struhl, treasurer;
Charles Wigderson, sergeant-at-
arms; Afred Levin and William
Wickman, senators: and Maurice
Zimmerman, historian.
Dr. Shapiro announced appoint-
ment of three committee heads for
the coming year. They are Dr. Mar-
vin Meitus, entertainment commit-
tee; Dr. Seymour Alterman, mem-
bership committee: and Dr. How-
ard Russman, lecturership commit-
tee.
'Fireworks Fiesta' Sunday
Or. Uorr'n Gttdmaa
SI 19,000. compared w.th S109.000
last year. The Jewish Family Serv-
ice will continue its vocational
guidance and sheltered workshop
program and will undertake a child
care program on a long-range scale.
The ajjency received $38,900 in
1954 and will get $41,000 this year.
Mt. Sinai Hospital's growing
deficit and expanding free patient
program drew $125,000 in CJA
conducted through UJA's constitu-
ent agencies: the United Israel Ap-
peal, Joint Distribution Committee
and the New York Association tor
New Americans. The humanitar-
ian program would aid 472,000
men, women and children in the-e
widely separated areas: Israel,
Europe and Moslem lands and in
the U.S.A.
Eight Israeli education, welfare,
cultural and labor agencies are
scheduled to receive $23,225. a
slight increase over last year.
Among these are Hadassah, Pio-
neer Women's Organization, Na-
tional Committee for Labor Israel.
American Technion Society and
American Friends of Hebrew Uni-
versity.
Ten sen-ice and cultural insti-
tutions in the United States are to
receive $19,000 compared with
their $16,350 allocation last year.
Among these are National Jewish
Welfare Board. B'nai B'nth Na-
tional Vi uth Sen-ice Appeal and
Yiddish ocientific Institute.
Nineteen religious and educa-
tional institutions throughout the
Young Adult Group of Temple
Emanu-EI will hold its annual
"Fireworks Fiesta" Sunday eve-
ning. July 3. in the Temple social unVted States "will get $6~450 in
ball, according to Bert Tumpson,
president. The program planning
committee includes Hy Josovitz,
Paul Kw'.tney and Bernard Jack-
son.
the coming year, a slight increase
over the previous year. Prominent
among these institutions are
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PAGE 2 B
ADL Issues Statement on New Act;
Hails Move as 'Significant Step' in
Improved Human Relations Here
Honda Regional Office. Ami adopfjqO of this vital measure b)
Defamation League of B'nai Bnth.,the 15 session ..f the legislature,
thro-gh George .1 Talian-frf chair and commend- the Legislature and
man of the Florida Regional ADL'Gov Collins for their significant
board this week approved the roles in enacting such legislation.
signing by Gov. LeRoy Collins of) 'The ADL has long been gravely
the statewide Anti-Discriminatory ; concerned about the extent of dis-
Advertising Act into law. The criminatory advertising by some
move was hailed by representatives I establishments in the State. A
of the Florida Regional Office as j comprehensive survey of resort
a "significant step forward in im, discrimination in Florida prepared
proved human relations in the .for the League by Gilbert J. Bal-
State of Florida."
"This uction by Gov. Collins and
the 1955 legislative session is of
prime importance in the elimina- fleeted a shocking incidence of re-
tion of discriminatory advertising .sort discrimination in the State,
in places of public accommodation I This survey of resort disenmina-
Jeistn*rkltefi
FRIDAY, JULY \,.
kin. Florida ADL director, and Al-
exander F. Miller. ADL national
community service director, re
in our State." Talianoff said.
tion in the State of Florida, which
The Anti-Defamation League of wa.s released in May. 1953. sug-
B'nai B'rith is gratified with thejgested. among other things, the
----------------------'-----------------------1 enactment by the Florida State
*# Cl A J i Legislature of "an act prohibiting
Miamians Elected \^;:*z^'}'resorxand
p* P'-JlL Pnrtr Tnc ADL s,a,cmcnt said that
I 0 D NUl D F I I 0515 '"the League deplores such discrim-
... jination as un-American and un-
E. Albert Pallot. prominent Mi-; democratic and as constituting a
ami civic leader was elected first ; bljgh, on |nc g00() name and pco.
vice president of District Grand ,p of ,hc s,a(c of F,0rjda
Lodge, B naiB nth. at the District ,.Tho measure cnactcd a( |he
convention held ,n the Sheraton ,955 |egigIative ,cssion providc>
Park hotel, Washington. DC, June ,ha( no n direc(,v or indircct.
18 to 20.
ly. for himself or for another, shall
Other Florida B'nai B'rith lead- publish, post, broadcast by any
ers named to important District means, maintain, circularize. issue,
B'nai BVith posts at the conven- display, transmit, or otherwise lo-
tion were George J. Talianoff. Mi- seminate or place in anv manner
ami Beach, reelected national Anti- before the public with reference
Defamation League commissioner; t0 an establishment anv advertise-
Sidney M Aronovitz, Miami. Ed- mcnt that the patronage of any
ward I. Cutler. Tampa, and David perM,n j. ,,, welcome, or is .l>-
J. Wolper. St. Petersburg, elected jectionable. or is not acceptable
to the district executive board; and because of his religion."
Louis Ossinsky, Sr.. Daytona Beach. The act does not apply to any-
national Hillel commissioner. establishment which is private or
Ossinsky i< immediate past pres- limited to membership only; to any
ident of the District Grand Lodge camp administered by any religi-
and Wolper is presently serving ous organization, group or sect, ad-
as president of the Florida State mission to which is based on re-
Federation of Bnai B'rith Lodges. bgious belief or affiliation; or to
Gilbert J. Balkin. director of the any gathering, meeting or assem-
Florida Regional Office. Anti-Defa- &'>' held under the auspices of any
mation League of Bnai B'rith, and : religious organization, group or
president of the Bnai B'rith Coun- :sect.
cil of South Florida, was appointed Criminal penalties are provided
chairman of the District B'nai for violations of the State Anti-
B'rith public relations committee. Discriminatory Advertising Act.
Appointed chairman of the new I "It is our sincere hope," the
District Bnai B'rith committee on statement continued, "that full and
trust and testamentary gifts to' immediate compliance with the
B'nai B'rith was Joseph A. Rayvis. j new statewide Anti-Discriminatory
president of Miami Sholem Lodge, Advertising Act will be achieved
B'nai B'rith. ; through recognition of the impor-
Harry S. W'ender. of Washing-Itance of such legislation in enhanc-
ton. D.C.. was elected and installed ing good human relations, tourism,
president of the B'nai B'rith Dis- j
trict, which comprises all states
and the district of Columbia from
Maryland through Florida.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-3595
and economic progress in Florida.'
the League said. "The tour.st Ifr
dustry is one of the mainstays ol
our State's economy. Mm in..
proudly advertises its climate and
facilities to attract vacationers and
permanent settlers, and visitors
and residents of our state proper^
should expect to dwell and* reside
in Florida communities free from]
evidences of resort discrimina-
tion"
The legislative action in adopt
ing the statewide Anti-Discrimin-
atory Advertising Act should go a
long wav towards enhancing the
good name and economic growth.
together with progress in human
relations understanding in our;
State. Talianoff said.
The Florida State Anti Discrim- [
inatory Advertising Act was pre-
ceded by the pioneering Miami
Beach Anti Discriminatory' Adver-
tising Ordinance enacted in 1949;
and the Surfside Anti-Bias Sign
Ordinance adopted in 1951. the.
League said. "We are proud that j
State policy through law has now!
been established throughout the
entire State that discriminatory ad-
vertising based on religious ex
elusion is contrary to the peace.;
dignity and welfare of the citizens
of our State," the League contin-
ued. '
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Newly elected officers of Masada Miami
Beach Young Adult Zionist District are
(left to right, standing) Howard C. Stein,
president; Sehna Schankman, financial
secretary; William Goldworm, chairman
of the board; June Moskovitz. correspond-
ing secretary: Archie Goodwin, first rice
president. Seated are Marilyn Sanders,
recording secretary; and Lillian Boris,
treasurer. They were recently installed by
David Goodwin, former president of the
district and a vice president of the South-
eastern Region, at a dinner held in Arthur
Wilde's restaurant Guest speaker was
Councilman Harold Shapiro.
New Men's Branch Will
Meet Wednesday Evening
Greater Miami Men's Branch of
Jewish Consumptives' Relief Soci-
ety will meet Wednesday evening,
July 6, at the Morton hotel.
Newly elected officers are Dr.
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Goluskin. second vice president;
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FRIDAY. JULY l
JON THE
CBS President Sees Sky No Limit for TV
THE BETH EL STORY. With a History of th Jews in M.ch.gan Bofort
1850 by Irving I. KaH; and Thraa Hundred Years .n America, by
Dr. Jacob R. Marcos. 238 pp. Detroit: Wayne University Press.
- 1955.
By HILARY MINDLIN
IT HAS always -eemed to me that one of the most enchanting
aspect- of being a Jew is the compelling setae of identity with the past.
One feels personally, and sees in every Jew. the accretion of thousands
of years, ancestral lvmph brought by time to the pulse of today It i>
not' the same, this feeling, as that peculiar sort of snobbism which
-earche- feverishly among the great and near great for a Jewish name,
or a Jewish parent, or at least a half Jewish seventh cousin (twice re-
moved^although the two are by no means unrelated. (And the pun
is rjflK? unintentional.!
Rather it is a sCmi mv-tical sensitivity, an awesome awarerv
the sheer weight of centuries behind you. stretching back into the mists
of prehistory, to a time when men wrestled with angels, and God spoke
to man It is a feeling which comes upon one at odd moments, ebbing
and flowing in consciousness a- a capricious tide. When it come-, it is
a mood to conjure with
I have before me a book which has set it matin- I.....k of
document- and photograph-, represer.tir.2 devoted research
and compilation Irving I Katz. executiv rj ol Ii-mplc Beth hi
in Detroit, present- the history ol the temple from it- lormation at the
home of Isaac and Sarah Coxens, in 1850
Undoubtedly, the part of the book d particular!! with the
story of Beth El will be of more interest to Detroiters than to those
qualntance with the city u '" a new automobile. But '
the portion called 'Jew- in Michigan before 1830'" has that ring ol far
go which stirs collective memory.
IT INCLUDES, for instance, an Indian deed for the island ol Mack- j
inac. sold to K.nu George III for Five Thousand Pound- New York
currency being the adequate and compleat value of the before men-(
tioneri Island," and signed with the mark- ol the ''Cbipiwa' chief's.
Kitchie Negon, Pouanas. Koupe and Magou-eihigan The mark- look |
like a child's drawing "f a cow reaching vainly for the moon, which
; erhaps -insularly appropriate. The deed wa- witnessed by Ben-
jamin Lyon, among other- The date. 1781.
Some- fifty years later, in 1837. a man n^med Frederick E Cohen
appeared on the Detroit scene. He wa- the first Jewish artist in Michi-
gan, almost a- well known lor hi- practical joke- a- for his portrait-
The story told i- that once, when a prominent stone contractor refused
to pay for portrait- of himself and his daughter. Cohen -imply painted
a "huge pair of asses' ear- on the man's head.'" a beard on the daughter -
face, and hung them in the po-t office, a meeting place for the town.
"The portrait- were quickly paid for and removed from public
exhibition."
"Three Hundred Year- in America.' by Dr. Jacob R. Marcu-
famed author and hi-torian. fills in delightfully -ome of the history
outside of Michigan, and mark- the book a- a true Tercentenary pro-
duction although, strictly -peaking, it commemorates Beth El s 100th
anniversary. The book is impressive, exciting, and beautifully printed
by the Wayne University Press.
Television. the medium which
has 36 million outlets in thi-
country, in daily DM, ll the med-
ium thai bears a major respon-
-il.ilitv for what is teh" and
thought and acted upon through
out all America, according to
Frank Stanton. president of the
Columbia Broadcasting System.
Up to now." -ay- Stanton.
television with all its faults in
it- very brief life, has made an
enormous contribution to art. to
science, to society and to poli-
tical and social enlightenment in
this country. From heavyweight
thinkers, it get little public
credit for this. It gets little credit
from them except f o r making
money and selling goods and
keeping kids from their home-
work."
According to the CBS network
president, the practical reason
why sponsors with something to
M to con-umers have -w..rmed
to television as an advertising
medium i- that because, despite
all its problems, and despite all
|fa failure* to satisfy TV critics
, creators, the strongest sus-
tained attention of America is
BOW, daily and nightly, bestowed
on television a- it i- bestowed on
nothing else.
This only." explains Stanton.
1 think we can say of the poten-
tials of television: that not even
the sk\ is the limit The poten-
tials of television have no closed
top: They are as big as the po-
tentials of an American society
or a world society, and I do not
feel lik" -etling a limit on that.
Whatever man is going to do. we
shall more and more follow and
record.
"But in another sense I would
put a very sharp limitation on
the potentials of television. I feel
I know where television wi||f,
and where it has to fail [| has,
fail in substituting itvli for
active participation in life
I his has been asked of it.
must not respond. Let teievia
have a mass audience, but
en forbid that it be a univt
audience of homogenized
in a leveled society, without
era or inspiration."
If television has a passive. ..
dience, which Stanton denies',1
must do everything it can he bt-l
lieves, to shake that audience out I
of its passivity.
"We can help educat: >n stan-l
ton goes on, "but we cannot be[
education. We can give the pulpitI
a wider range, but we cannot bel
religion. We can help the AmtrJ
ican home, but we cannot be par-l
ents. The true, proper function of
television in our society is not >|
make a perfect world, but to|
meet the world as we find it-
Mil.TO\ VRtEUMAX
RiLL XSOU I.
Holman Demands Back
Paycheck from New York
Brundage, Olympics, Spain
Tool of Aral) Intimidation
The Spani-h Embassy here nev- tion-. will nevertheless participate
er misse- an opportunity to tell on an equal ha-is in the 1956 Olym
how well Spain's 3.000 Jew- arc pic- at Melbourne.
But the International Olympic
Some feel that the Franco re Committee upheld Spain. Avery
gime l- u-ing it- avowed liberal- Brundage. the American chair-
ifm" lews in a cynical bid man of the Committee, helped rc-
to gain a good name in the world ject Israel's appeal. Last March, ac-
community. Others, including cording to the New York Journal-
many wh i gavi Franco the benefit American. Brundage gave a-sur-
of all doubt hocked ances that he would support Is-
by Spain's unsportsmanlike ban rael But when the issue emerged
against I-rael participation in the at the Paris meeting of the Inter-
forthcoming Mediterranean Olym- national Olympic body he said:
pic- at Barcelona "We believe Spain has the right to
Sport- enthusiasts throughout send invitations to the countries
the United States -hare a common
devotion to fair play. Spain Mis-
calculated badly when it sought to
appease Arab hatred of Israel. The
Spanish action barring Israel has
recalled tthe totalitarian roots of
the Franco Government to millions
of sports fans of all faith-
Chairman Eroanuel Celler, of the
House Judiciary Committee, and
other American- who sought to
persuade the Spanish Ambassador
here on the Olympics issue receiv- ry nat,on has l,x own holidays. Some are religious, other- na-
ed no satisfaction. One Spanish ,lonal Somo concpr" themselves with commemoration of peace and
diplomat made the assertion that some w"n war Some are colorful and festive; others somber and retro-
the Arabs, after all. sympathized spec,ive
with Gen Franco's forces during rael. like every other country in the world, marks the > early
the Spanish Civil War. hinting that calcndar with a variety of such red-letter day*. There is a day such as
-ome Jewish volunteers were to be ihls in ,ne <*** On July 19 the Ncgev-Yarkon pipeline will be
found on the Loyausl side. The ('"lc'al|3 opened and water will rush fertility to the thirsty soil in the
Spanish press attache openlv ad ; Sou,ne regions of Israel Through this pipeline, a whole new chap
it want- '
BiNNA GROSS II 1 V
Negev-Yarkon Pipeline
Opening Red-Letter Day
The case of ba-ketball coach
Nat Holman is still very much alive
BS far a- one aspect is concerned
finances.
Nat is demanding a total of $17.-
572 in back pay from the city of
New York He has filed a claim to
I his effecL
The back pay i- to cover the
period when he was suspended as
a result of the charges growing
out of the basketball scandal-
After a big fight over the issue,
and a lot of public protest. Nat
was finally reinstated to his old
post at the City College of New
York.
There are other financial aspects
of sports in the news this month
Sydney J. Weinberg was one of
five directors of the Madison
Square Garden Corporation who
resigned in a dispute over the wa)
the corporation was being run.
The barrage of criticism of those
who resigned was levelled at Jim
Morris, who ha- been accused of
knowing an "underworld" person.
Weinberg, in bowing out of the
director post, was quoted by the
New York World Telegram as
ing: T don't want anything to do
with anyone or anything that has
anything to do with the under-
world."
It is known that much of the
hostility between those who re-
signed and Morris was created by
disagreements over who had con-
trol of the corporation.
Tennis star Herb Flam got as
far as the quarter finals in the
Rome international tennis tourna-
mitted that Spain's relations with
North African Arabs and the Arab
League states were too important
to allow Israel to participate at
Barcelona.
Israel was first invited and lat-
er uninvited" by Spain. On No-
vember 4. 1953, Spain formally in-
vited the Israel Olympic Commit-
tee to join in the forthcoming
games I-rael immediately accept-
ed. The Arabs learned of the in-
vitation and urged Spain to with-
draw it.
Knowing that the Olympic con-
stitution requires that "all sports
meetings be free from political and
racial discrimination, Israel ap-
pealed to the International Olym-
pic Committee. Israel knew that
even Communist China, which is
not recognized by the United Na-
ler of reclamation and redemption opensand with it, a new life for
the settlers of the Negev and a new enticement for those who will come
to join them.
Water means life in Israel It is all that simple and literal. Water
means irrigation, growth, and viability, and a fair chance for human
beings to live under difficult conditions It means agriculture and sta-
bility and even security. And so this piplinc, both actually and iy*
Doucauy. Is worth knowing something aboutbecause it is an integral
part of the 20th century story of this ancient land.
The statistics themselves relate drama and struggle and determin-
ation How much water will this pipeline carry down to the Negev?
uver one hundred million cubic meters a year. One hundred cubic
meters of l,fe. How long did it take, this extraordinary project It
took three years Three years out of Israel's total span of seven,
inree years to make the pipes, to build and run the Yuval Gad fac-
ial0 m s.k''!cd wwk" Three years to make mistakes and cot-
^ TT d Who wcre ,nc wkers? More than 700 people are em-
s, wh...y,h t' .Ga? More ,han ""* o' >* newcomers,
J"!.' ,K ,he.y he|P*d to build the pipe that would run water to the
..? th ned.about ,srae1' and thev lmed their new language,
Z rhln JnT1? abV.e a" elsc' now il fe,s do a ^portent *'
perhaps an historic job. and certainly a vital one
Nat Holman
. cos* still open
ment. He was eliminated by Italian
champion Fausto Gardini by a
1 of 61. 46. 62. 61.
; Flam had done much better in the
j Kent grass court matches in Lon-
don. There he fought his wa\ to
!the final-, but then was defeated
by Tony Trabert. This was an im-
portant preparatory match for the
Wimbiea on competition.
Pablo Fisenberg got as far as
the second round in doubles com-
petition in the London grass courts
tennis championship play. Eisen-
berg teamed up with John Ager.
SAUL # Iff SOY
Mrs. Hannan Was Top UN Woman Leader
Since Mrs Franklin n R<.v. m,___i. .:.......
Since Mrs Franklin D. Roo-e-
velt gave up her membership on
the United States delegation
here, only thnee women dakfatea
have attained the stature of gen-
uine leadership and recognition.
They are Mr- <>-wald B Lord
who represents the United Stati-
on the Human Rights Commi-
sion; Mrs. Minerva Bernarding,
of the Dominican Republic, who
is chairman of the Commission on
the Status of Women; and Mrs
Zena Harman, a member of the
Israel delegation. Of the three-
there is lutlo doubt here
judged by the amount of respon-
sible work entrusted to her, the
leader i- Mr- Harman.
Mrs. Harman has JUst left for
I-rael with her husband. Avra
ham Harman. who has given up
his position as Israel Consul Gen-
eral in New York for a post f
importance at the Foreign Minis-
try m Jerusalem. And as Mrs
Harman was departing, the num-
ber of bon voyage wishes she re-
ceived from delegation heads as
well as from ranking UN secre-
tariat members indicated that
In' had made an enviable place
here not only for her young coUa>
try but also for herself.
Fortunately, she Is coming
back. She continues to be nt
only a member of the Israel dele-
gation and is expected to I*
hand when the tenth session of
the General Assembly convenes
Sept. 20she is also chairman of
the program committee of I"*
United Nations Children's Fund,
and represents Israel on the Co**
mission on Women's Status
Bjassj


>AY. JULY 1. 1955
1
+Jewish narkBan
ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ETH EMETH CONGREGA-
will hold Friday evening.
| it 7:30. Herbert Buhw.ild
officiate, assisted by the choir.
fleet of the sermon will be:
jit Child and Religion."' Satur-
morning services are at 9:43.

kAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
ftUNITY CENTER will hold
.lay evening services at 6:45.'
|urelay morning services are at 9.
I eo Heim will officiate and
Ll the musical portions of the
Jrgy. Mincha is at 6:45, followed
IM.nariv.

JETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Jl hold Friday evening services
|6:45. Saturday morning services
Bl 8:30. Evening services will
at 6:30, with Shalos Seudos fol-
ding Guest Rabbi Tibor Stern
II officiate and deliver the ser-
U* Guest Cantor Joseph Lang-
will render the musical por-
tn-- of the liturgy. Daily services
111 be at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.

JORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
PR will hold special Friday cve-
ng services at 7. Rabbi Mayer
pramowitz will discuss: "An
nerican Rabbi Views Zionism."
|tunlay morning services will in-
H of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt-
an. and Edward. Son of Judge
Mrs. Albert Saperstein. Rabbi
bramowitz will discuss: "Who
[ Independent?" Cantor Edward
pin will render the musical por-
Ln> m| th< liturgy. Judge and Mrs.
||m i-tein and Mr. and Mrs. Alt-
V will be hosts at Kiddush fol-
ding.

IETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
>N will hold Friday evening
nces at 7. Saturday morning
rvices are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph
kckovsky will officiate and dis-
|s- "The Home and the Syna-
{ue." At 3:30 p.m., he will
each on Ethics of the Fathers.
jineha is at 6 p.m.. followed by
alos Seudos and Maariv. Daily
nces will be at 7:30 a.m., fol-
ded by a class in Mishna. Mincha
it 7 p.m. Class in Talmud will be
|d Tuesdays at 6 p.m.

JORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
|R will hold Friday evening serv-
[- .it 8.15, with Rabbi Henry
[olica officiating and discussing:
h o Destroyed Jerusalem?"
bir will be under the direction
Lucille Moore. Cantor Maurice
In will render the musical por-
In- <>i the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat
)l follow, with Mr. and Mrs. Har-
sh< pmaker as hosts in honor
|their i r.. Stephen, who will be-
i Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
h morning services at 9. The Bar
zvah will deliver the Sabbath
i in the topic: "What the
IkI Requests of Thee."

[TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
[DE CENTER will hold Friday
fining services at 8:30. Jack
>rke. president, will officiate in
!< absence of Rabbi Abraham
trson. Saturday morning services
h- at 9. Kiddush will follow.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop
will officiate and discuss recent
sessions he attended of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
held in Asbury Patk, N.J. Members
of the Sisterhood will preside at
the Oneg Shabbat following. Satur-
day morning services are at 9:45.
Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Stiber, 421 Almeria, will become
Bar Mitzvah. The Stibers will be
hosts at Kiddush following.

Candlelighting Time
Tammuz 11 6:55 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood',
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will
discuss: "Spirit of Faith." Cantor
Yehudah L. Heilbraun will ren-
der the musical portions of the lit-
urgy. Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Sermon will be based on the
Weekly Portion. Daily morning
services are at 9.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan will officiate. Class in
Ethics of the Fathers will be held
at 6:15 p.m. Mincha is at 7, fol-
lowed by Maariv.
e
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 7. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac
Ever and Cantor Fishel Lutman
will officiate. Host at Kiddush will
be Emerich Weisz. At 6:30 p.m..
Rabbi Ever will discuss Ethics of
the Fathers. Mincha follows at 7.
Daily services will be at 8 a.m. and
7 p.m., with Sunday morning serv-
ices slated for 9.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30. Saturday morning services
are at 9. Morris Brooks will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Mineba is at 5:45 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services will
be at 7 a.m.
41.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Saturday morning services at
8:30. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will
officiate and preach on the topic:
"The Greatest Comfort."
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. During the summer months
there will only be a prayer service.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30.
Cantor Samuel Salkow will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Evening services are at 6:45 p.m.,
i followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
{services will be at 8 a.m. and 15
'minutes before sundown.

BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will hold Saturday morning serv
ices at 8:45. Harry Simons will of-
ficiate. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Begins Summer Schedule
Office of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami, at
600 Lincoln rd.. will conduct its
business on a summer schedflta,
duting the hour? t* lp^,m. io 2 Vftmcti '^C^IUIviilMV^
PAGE SB
p.m., beginning on Tuesday. July 5.
These hours will be observed dur-
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according to an announcement by
Daniel M. Broad, president of Ihe
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Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Halpern, win become Bar
Mitzvah. Cantor Philip Brummer
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy. Daily services are
in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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rmPAY. hily 1,1955
Hillel GiHs Name
Miss Janice Bloch
nice Bloch has been elected
:dent of H:!lel B'nai B nth ,
her officers recently ected
jde Beaa Halbstein and Bar
Arnex. vice president; Judy.
-fan-: ETarne
I:< rr'-P-.nding secre-
Ronnie Faafce, trea-urer
chaplain: R02
^ ? Th. Jewish Ftoridian, toeether with
n^^c^A^ ~~......- *-* -
cookery.
ab-oroed. t n
Summer Carrf Party
Stephen S Wise *roup "5
das^di will hold a summer card
Party at the North Shore Jcw.-h
Center Sunday evening July J
Mrs M. Mtndrl i> in charge of re.
ervation-
Discuss Swim Oemtt Plans
Sharet. B'mi B'rith Young Worn.*
en. held a regular business meet-
ing at the home of Lorraine Kan-
lenberg. 1438 Jefferson ave, Tues-'
day evening. Plans for the swim,
dance scheduled for early Ji^
were discussed.
H tern, chaplain, noz m,kinB a-almost completely
Hirst*. Ml Have fm ever tried making *,* P und(.r |he broller
psruameotanai. Bonnie *, di-h of Beef Heart ondR.ce cover p on ,op
.and Sondra Deutscn ser- ft-, a- tasty a combination a. any name to ^.^
Lesser his- chef could possibly dew>e Be5.de>. Jem *U I
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v- t Mr Lester Soldz. Miami
eh, and Mrs. Buddy Logue.j
I al Gables, vice president-: Mrs.
'. Lingston. Hialeah Miami
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Vise, North Shore, chaplain: and Wil-on Hick-, for 11 year- e*
Norton Leff. North Miami' ecutive editor of Life Magazine.
eh. conduetrei ihas been appointed to the Univer-
The Coral Gables Post and Aux- sity of Miami faculty, it was an-
243 received an award forjnounced Wednesday.
-t inerease in member- He will teach a pioneer course
I in photojournalism this fall.;
^^ unique because "we will start not
with the camera, but at the other
when the picture story- began it
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Hicks was a leader of the field
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Hicks-was hired as Life's picture
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Many colleges teach the mechan-
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Hicks retired from active em-
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JewlstHcrMkHi
PAGE 7 B
F Girls Start
lony, to be Given
ority Status
By JOAN SACHS
October 14. 1954. at the Uni-
|tv of Florida, a sorority was
[ If anyone disagrees with my
gy. you will have to deal
-one of the Colony sisters, for
\\ of us the sorority has been
a baby. We all feel as if we
| mothered it into maturity, the
irity which will come in Sep-
sr when the Delta Phi Colony
become a national chapter of
|a Phi Epsilon Sorority.
lie first year has been a hard
as well as a good one. The
activity which we participat-
in was Homecoming. Not hav-
too much time for prepara-
s. the only thing which we
Id actively engage in was a float
Homecoming parade. We
jratcd a car to look like a baby
fiage. rosebuds and all, arH had
"doctor." "nurse." and two
sies-' in it. There was even a
^k riding on the hood. The title
naturally, was "Birth of a
)rity."
is a baby cuts its teeth one by
-so our activities came. Our
ige class was first. Fifteen girls
:! up the first pledge class of
Delta Phi Colony. The pledge
}quet was held at the Thomas
[1. where the girls received
ir pledge ribbons which they
re until they received their
Ige pics.
fhcn as a baby learns to walk,
branched out in our activities
the social world known to
|ry sorority. We attended so-
given for us by the (rater-
les, as well as a tea in our
lor given by the Pan Hellenic
incil.
. e did not stop with social func-
is, however. We realised our
|ies as a responsible group and
it beyond them. We sold TB
(Is; gave a very successful Fri-
night service at the Hillel
indation: took a poll for the
Icemen of Gainesville as part of
jroject for the' university's
Week program; held an egg
|t for the children at the Negro
lldren's Nursery; aerved re-
Khments after Purim services
the local congregation; worked
Hillel (in the choir, serving Sun-
morning breakfasts, and on
kcutive council); and we even
\\ out to the Florida Farm Col-
wit h a fraternity and put on
'w for the children, and served
reshments.
econd semester we added two
girls as new pledges. Then
hiKgest thrill came. Against all
other sororities on the campus
competed in the annual Pan
llenic Sing, and won first place
the Novelty Division. Our song
Little Willie," and we were
| of the proudest girls you've ever
acrosf.
Mma chi Derby was our next
livity. We didn't take any pris-
but we sure had a lot of fun
ftiiripating in the skits and
social venture made by the Col-
ony was a success.
I have told you of our activities,
but little of the sweat, prayers and
tears that went into the forming of
our Colony. It could not have been
possible without the untiring ef-
forts of our president, Teddy Red-
ner. Teddy, a sophomore from Or-
lando, was introduced to an active
D Phi K alumnus who put the bug
in her ear. Teddy then came back
to school and set to work. After
months of planning, a great deal of
correspondence, many meetings
with girls, deans, and others, a tem-
porary group was formed in the
Spring of '54.
During the summer some of the
girls met the national officials
of Delta Phi Epsilon in New York,
and final plans were made. In Sep-
tember the group of girls who had
met in the Spring, minus some who
had left school, and plus some
and a petition for campus recog-
nition was written. Then on Oct. 14
he petition was osayed and Dela
Phi Colony was officially recogniz-
ed on the University of Florida
Campus. Surely you can agree it
was like giving birth, but it was
worth the labor painsthe aggra-
vation, the hoping and dreaming.
The Colony was truly a baby to be
proud of.
The firt year was naturally the
hardest and through our experi-
ences we hope to become a good
sorority. Just as a child is taught
a lesson, these experiences have
taught us what to expect, how to
react, and more importanthow to
improve and to grow.
Next year we will live in a
house of our own. This means no
more meetings in the Florida
Union. Then, too, as of September,
we will be a national group, and we
are looking forward to a first year
as a national sorority just as won-
as our first
newcomers, met again. A constitu-1 derful, and exciting
tion was drawn up, officers elected. I year as a Colony.
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Dade's Tuberculosis Association
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Dade County Tuberculosis Asso- basis, resulted in 56.419 free chest
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of its most active program in 27
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Joe N. (lemons has served as As-
sociation president for the past
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The Association's annual report,
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the area's growth.
Theme of the report, "Tubercu-
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the fact that 447 cases of tubercu-
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in 1954. This represents more than
18 percent of all Florida cases for
the same year.
"The program of the Tubercu-
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vidual and of the community to
the end that tuberculosis may be
prevented and adequate provisions
be made for diagnosis, treatment
and rehabilitation of the tubercu-
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The fourth machine is scheduled
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year's Association budget.
The active health education serv-
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stration kit, has reached more than
300,000 Dade County citizens.
Concerning itself with the prob-
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community agencies in providing
supplementary aid to forty-two per-
sons over a period of from three
to six months.
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are provided from its sole source
of support, the annual Christmas
Seal sale. In 1954, returns reached
$110,150.61. an all-time high, and
almost 12 percent above the previ-
ous year.
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FRPAY, JULY 1. mil
GLOBAL SHORTS
Detroit Lebanese Paper Urges Bible Ban in California
Peace for Arabs and Israel Upheld by Attorney General
DETROIT (JTA) A Lebanese
newspaper here "Leesau Al-Adl"
(The Voice of Justice) has been
pre-enting facts about Israel and
in ng speedv conclusion of a
SuSS. Chekri Kanaan, his schools or 1, omy and his oncal
LOS ANGELES (WNS) A rul-
ing thai 'he Bible may not be used
in the public *qh.ois <>' C'alilornia
for religious purposes was handed
down this week by Attorney Gen-
eral Edmund G. Brown. Brown
publ.
American-born son. Lee. and two
other Detroiters of Lebanese de-
i. Lotlis Anter and Peter Mun-
daleck, are carrying on their cam-
p;,i^n in the paper and through the
atly formed Levant Club.
reference, but that its reading in
classrooms might well amount to
sectarian instruction"
Zionist Leader Emphasizes
Berlin Municipality Honors
Departing Israel Diplomat
BERLIN (.n A At a City Hall
reception attended bj Lord Mayor
Otto Suhr and consular represen
Pact Need to House Group
kSHINGTON (WNS) Rabbi tatives accredited here, the Berlin
p S Bernstein, chairman of municipality bade farewell to Zvi
th American Zionist Committee norielAVai/.mann. tor the past two
for Public Affairs, told the House years head ol the Israel Purcha-
an Affairs Committee that an inf mission branch office in West
American-Israel defense agree- Berlin. As a momento of his stay,
i would be the most effective he was presented with a replica oi
as Of achieving stability and the American-donated
Recipients of the 1954 Stephen Wise Awards
ol American Jewish Conqress, which qrants
Franz Boehm, distinguished German Christian
ish material claims on Germany, for his "unt
make his fellow-Germans aware of their obhg
analyst and author, for his "courageous defe
Zionist leader, for "dedicated service to the
Yale University, for promoting Jewish scholarsh
as announced by Dr. Israel Goldstein, president
the annual awards, were (left to right) Prof.
Democrat who played the decisive role in Jew-
iring efforts to combat anti-Semitism and to
ations to the Jewish people;" Elmer Davis, new
nse of civil liberties." and Louis Lipsky, veteran
Jewish people." Also receiving an award was
ip through its publication of the Judaica series
Bell" that has
Liberty
become the city's
peace in the Near-East because it
would make it clear that we are semi-official symbol.
opposed to renewed fighting and---------
that we want peace International Anti-Semites
M.i.r.fluiny.r Mnr Hit Christianity as 'Jewish'
Britain Concerned Over Near NEW y0RK ('WNS) InU,rna
East, Parliament Hears
!)NDON (WNS) Foreign Sec-
retary Harold MacMillan told Par-
liament this week in the course of
a frreign policy debate that Great
tional anti-Semites are sounding a
new note by denouncing the Je
ish foundations of Christianity, at
tacking Christian churches and
world leaders for adhering to Old
Britain was viewing the Israel- : Testament ideas, and by calling for
Arab situation with "considerable a new religion free of the Jewish
anxiety" because of its "special legacy, according to a new analy-
historical interests m that part of sis by the World Jewish Congress'
the world" and "its special obliga- (Institute of .Jewish Affairs of anti-
- under the Tripartite Declara- [Semitic propaganda abroad during
tion" of 1950. Referring to the "un- ; 1954.
healthy atmosphere" in the Gaza -----------------------------
a where, he sa.d one violation Westbrook Peglir Defames
breeds another and the situation
daily becomes more dangerous,"
the Foreign Secretary blamed both
side- for breaking the armistice.
Report Trend Toward Greater
Integration of Health Services
NEW YORK (WNS)A steady
trend towards increased coordina-
tion of Jewish general hospitals er the world sincerely mourned the
Einstein 'Ungrateful'
NEW YORK (WNS)Westbrook
Pegler, in a column last week in
the Journal American, called the
late Professor Albert Einstein a
crackpot who received the world
with an obscure jargon. Pegler said
he knew he invited insult and con-
tempt by daring to question wheth-
and other institutions concerned
with care for the chronically ill is
causing a greater integration of
health and other services, it was
reported here last week at a two-
nationwide conference on Jew-
ish community and hospital plan-
tor the long-term patient
death of Einstein, but that he was
fortified in his estimate of Em
stein by what his friend. Ben
Stolberg. had written about that
"ungrateful immigrant."
Fire Razes Orthodox School;
Construction to Begin Soon
\i.i
ORE (WNS)An early
Gen. Burns to be UN
Truce Chief Another Term
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)- Mai
Gen E. I. M. Burns, Chief "I Staff
|of the United Nations Truce Su-
pervision Organization in Pali-
pond the June 30 deadline for his
years appointment, according to
UN Secretary General Dag Ham-
ning fire ol unknown origin tine, will continue in his post he-
this week razed and virtually ile
yed the entire interior of the
Beth Jacob School, an Orthodox
scl ool for girls. Pending the recon-1 marskjold. Efforts to arrange high
struction program, which is to be- level talks between Egypt and te-
as quickly as possible, the ml here are "a matter for daily
Ei!h Jacob School will be closed | consideration" and this is no time
to take Gen. Burns iwaj from that
work. Hammarskjold declared at a
press conference here
Jewish Jurist Named Dean
Of Yale Law School
NEW HAVEN (WNS)Eugene
V. Rostow. Professor ol Law, was
ted thi.s week as Dean of the
e Law School, it was announced
here by Yale University president
A. Whitney Griswold. The new ap-
pointee succeeds the late Professor
Harry Shulman. who died suddenly
Mi r. 20. Professor Rostow at 44 is
believed to be one ol the vmngest
lav school dean> in the country.
n in Brooklyn. N Y Professor
Ri -tow studied law at Yale where
he was graduated magna cum
laude in 1937.
Yiddish Art Theater Now
Revealed Communal Affair
NEW YORK (JTA)An appeal
fSFS!! vm? I" ?-Vi S5' iCOnfcr w,,h ,he heads" of CJ A nip
' to. he Yiddish Art Theatre, ported agencies in Knn.pe and in
Which was recently reorganized Israel, and with the leaders ol the
nto a communal enterprise, was Government
New UJA Executive
Off for Europe Survey
NEW YORKRecently installed
in office as executive vice chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal.
Rabbi Herbert A Friedman this
summer will make a five-week per
sonal survey of the overseas pro-
grams that are financed through
the UJA. The UJA executive head
will leave New York in mid-July
for visits and conferences in
Western Europe, Israel and other
an as
Rabbi Friedman's extensive sur-
vey will take him to Franco. Bel
gium, Holland. Germany. Austria.
Ital) and Israel, with other COUU
tries to be added If time permits
In addition. Rabbi Friedman will
made at a press conference here.
The conference was addressed by
Louis Gordon, president of the
reorganized theatre. Maurice Sch-
wartz, former owner of the thea-
tre who is now its art director, and
Herman Yablokov, executive sec-
retary of the theatre.
Agency.
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PAGE 9 E
eRoy Anderson Makes Name Known
As longhair/ Popular Composer
Tin Pan Alley Longhair" is a
inic that Broadway and the re-
Lrd distributors have attached to
groy Anderson, guest conductor
the University of Miami Sum
her Symphony Orchestra at the
Jiami Beach Pop Concerts of July
and 10.
It's an unusual pseudonym to
lave, but Anderson wears it with
Lome pride. A Bostonian. or rath
[r, a "Cantab" from the other side
if the Charles River, he received
[ll of his education on one street
Cambridge: grade school, high
school and Harvard University,
where he received a magna cum
laude in music.
For several years he was director
of the Harvard University Band.
and Ms orchestration of "Wlpler
Kreen for President" still lewis
football rallies there. An organist
and choirmaster, he also played
the double bass and still found
time to conduct in Boston. Becom-
ing associated with the Boston
Symphony Orchestra, his tremen-
dously successful compositions
which he wrote for the Boston
Pops did much to account for the
Pops' great hits on the nation's
juke boxes.
His "Fiddle Fiddle" is known
by everyone, whether a staid bank-
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In 1951, Decca Records offered
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He was to conduct and record for
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Decca's record sales took a jump,
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little more unusual, "Blue Tango"
had no lyrics and was even pretty
hard to whistle.
Anderson has appeared as a fre-
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Boston Pops and with the Kansas
City Philharmonic, the North Caro-
lina Symphony and the Fort Wayne
Philharmonic. His personal ap-
peal as a conductor has added to
his name value with the public,
and his conducting of his ow,n com-
positions has made him a favorite
as a guest conductor.
On Sunday evening at the Miami
Beach Auditorium, he will conduct
the UM Symphony Orchestra in
"Stars and Stripes Forever," by
Sousa; Overture to "La Gazza Lad-
jra," by Rossini; "To a Wild Rose."
MacDowell: and "Tales from the
Vienna Woods," Strauss.
Also to be heard are "Fiq-
landia," Sibelius; and compositions
by Mr. Anderson. These will in
elude the Irish Suite, composed of
"The Irish Washerwoman," "The
Minstrel Boy," "The Rakes of Mal-
low,.....rhe Wearing of the
Green." "The Last Rose of Sum-
mer" and "The Girl I Left Behind
Me."
Another Anderson work will in-
clude "Belle of the Ball." "The
Typewriter," "The Waltzing Cat,"
"Bugler's Holiday" and "Fiddle-
Faddle."
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Bernard B. Shinderman and
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FRIDAY. JULY 1. ig
,.'
PAGE 10 B
Federation Lists '55 Allocations
Continued from Page 1 B
Yeshiva University. Dropsie Col-
lege and Union of American He-
brew Congregations.
Increase- were also noted in the
important field of civic defense
and community relations due to
the ever-expanding educational
programs fostered by these impor-
tant organizations Most notable of
this group is the Joint Defense Ap-
peal, the fund raising arm of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Brith and the American Jewish
Committee. Other civic defense
agencies included as beneficiane-
in this category are American Jew-
ish Congress, Jewish labor Com-
mittee. Jewish War Veterans and
National Community Relations Ad-
visorv Council.
Dr. Goodman pointed out that
the cost of conducting the com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign
amounted to 8.5 percent of the
total funds raised, which compares
favorably with campaign costs
among other metropolitan areas
this size throughout the country.
In many communities campaign
costs vary from 10 to 12 percent.
Chairman of the evening. Feder-
ation president Stanley C. Myers,
commenced Goodman's budget
committee which has been meeting
regularly since April to analyze
and evaluate the requests of many
health, welfare, religious and cul-
tural institutions which have come
before them. Fred K. Shochet. pub-
lisher of The Jewish Floridian and
acting chairman of a special nomi-;
nating committee, reported on j
nominations for the 1956 execu-1
tive committee. Nineteen new
members were named and 47 were
recommended for reelection. In
accordance with the bylaws of
Federation, the executive commit-
tee consists of the immediate past
president. honorary president,
president, vice presidents, secre-
tary, treasurer, chairmen of all
standing committees and a mini-
mum of 13 additional members
elected by and from the board of
governors.
An account of Federation's in-
creasingly important role as a com-
munity torcc was reported by Dr.
Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive
director. He indicated that the
broad base of membership in Fed-
eration at the present time includ-
ed more than 60 organizations and
nearly 7.000 contributors of S10
or more to Federation in their an-
nual combined appeal.
Stressing the ever-widening in-
fluence of Federation in the field
of social planning. Dr. Rosenberg
separated Federation's functions in
this area into three divisions: lo-
cal community planning, multiple
I appeals and budgeting and alloca-
tions. __
The Jewish community has come
i to accept the months of January,
I February and March as "federa-
tion campaign months" and the
problem of multiple appeal- is
gradually diminishing. Dr. Rosen-
berg declared. "National agencies
contemplating individual fund
drives have been most cooperative
in di-cus-ing their proposed plans
with leadership of Federat.on and
'in all cases, satisfactory mutual
agreements have been reached ben-
ctitinu both the Combined Appeal
8m| the applying agency." he -aid
In 1956. as a result oi a request
!bv the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, Federation will study Jewish
education needs and facilities oi
| our community with a view to
ward- ultimate expansion of exist-
ing programs.
The ("..eater Miami Jewish Com-
munitv Center, In dose coopera-
tion with Federation, is seeking an
evaluation of the Center program
in Greater Miami to determine
whether all facilities will meet the
Rabbi Stern, Cantor
Lengyel to Officiate
Beth Jacob Congregation serv
ices Saturday will be conducted by-
two noted figures in Jewry.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, who was
Chief Rabbi of Kansas City for
ten years and is now director of
the World Academy for Higher
Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, will
officiate. Rabbi Stern was edu-
cated in Hungary. Mexico and
the United States. He received his
Doctorate degree from the Univer-
sity of Mexico in 1953. He is the
auihor of 20 complete books, of
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future challenge in regard to chtl
dren's and old-agers recreation and
leisure time programs.
Calling the new aft. Sinai hos
pita! development a "vista of
hope" Dr. Rosenberc careful!)
traced the health needs and the
decision bv the communitv to adopt
the building program He reported
that, to date. $1,500,000 have been
rai-ed and that he envisioned
JS2.000.000 may be collected in the
limited drive by next fall.
In the field of the chronically
ill and the aged. Federation lead-
ership was responsible for plan-
I ning and following through to com-
pletion Of the Ablin Memorial
Wing a1 the Jewish Home tor tne
Aged Federation ii being asked
almost daily to consider a variety
of complex community problems
and issues affecting the every day
life of Jewish families. Dr. Rosen-
berg pointed out. Among these in
recent weeks have been the discus- j
sion of Vaad Hakashruth and chap-
laincy.
Myers paid high tribute to cam-
paign chairman Sam J. Heiman for
his leadership in the recently com-
pleted CJA drive which exceeded
amounts raised in the last two
years. He pointed out. however,
that the allocations so carefully-
considered by the budget commit-
tee could not be translated into
direct aid to the world wide agen-
cies unless contributors made ev-
ery effort to redeem their pledges
as soon as possible. He urged
Greater Miami residents to fulfill
their promises to Jewish life by-
paying their pledges at once.
A reception in honor of the new
board of governors and the execu-
tive committee followed the close
of the business meeting. Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, chairman of the
Year 'Round Women's Division,
headed the group of histesses for
the evening which included the
Mesdames Leo Ackerman, Morris
Alpert, David Bass, Arthur Bur-
rell, William Capland, George
Chertkof, Joseph Duntov, Aaron
M. Kanner. Harry Platoff, Matilda
Ratner, Samuel Sakrais and Milton
Sirkin.
Heart Association Board
Names McClelland President
At a meeting of the board of
directors of the Heart Association
of Greater Miami held June 22,
James C. McClelland was elected
chairman of the board.
McClelland, president of Amedic
Surgical Co., is a member of the
downtown Lion's Club, Mahi Tem-
ple, Miami Acacia Club and Coral
Gables Country Club. He lives in
Coral Gables with his wife.
Oxford School's summer camp program gets oft to a healthy!
start. Campers aie examined by Oxford's registered nurse,]
Annette Pollack. Shown at the weighing-in are Mai. Nat]
Pollack, camp director, Jake and Joe La Motta. sons of forme,
middleweight boxing champion Jake La Motta. Pamela Du-1
doff of San Juan. P.R.. and Karen and Ronnie Berman. at
Miami.
Obitiarles
MINNIE S. SOLOMON
?'.. ..' '.M" s\V 12th .. iued away
Juno ;* at h<^ ir-i-t.nre. Survived
by her hufhaml. Ahmtinm. r>ne non.
Samuel .1. Sloane. :ind Mr Klranor Trnv Service* tr
ii.m t Miami Rfverxhto. Intermtnt
in Star BENJAMIN FLEXSER
14, rrf 1030 Jrfforr-on ave Miami
Beach, who ram,, from New Tor* CHv
;'l year* nsro. )>neil away June 20.
Services >rrhi-H In OnrSon'l Miami
lleai-h Charel wlih l.i'Hil In MnUtil
Slnal Cemetery- at*. Hexaer n a
retired h--tei operator fturvfvtnn are
a eoa, Milton. <' Miami Bretch three
daughter*, lira, l-ee Markowitm. (
Miami, and Mrs. Sylvia Kffnler and
Mr- Minnie TeoharaJnr, he**! N. w
York <"it> : a atator ami elaht ar.mil-
chlMren.
HANKY E. KENNISON
M, of 7331 IH.krtiH ave., rtle.1 June M.
SVrvi..- wet* held i*i ITvla't.-lrihla.
with Bearb Memorial Chanel h.tndlina
liM-al arrartKenx nt* Reameotl. retired
aocountant, came to Miami Beach -ev-
en yearn afro. He la survived hv hfj
widow, I'Ur.i, and ilater. Mra. I-.I1-
li.in runaiaiham, i-th <>f Miami
U.;.. h.
rice, of M'aml Peach. Service* t..
place In KrookVm "> Keaoh M*
mnrial Chapel In charjr ..( ,.
ra me meat fa,
MAX JACOfSSON
71, of NW Jnd *1 who
here aevatl yeara a Iron i ln.-a-xl
died June 14. A retired rarwTii i ,n.l
ler. h'- leave* al" wife. TlUil ot >!W|
ami. and three eoSB, Chart--. i;<
and Manny, all of "hli:i*,i
were held at Gordon's Miami <"Iik;iL|
DOtVS FONBKRC
3. of 7.10 ME 3r paxaed awav S.ttirrlav In il h.*
pital. Rurvlved by her hush""! Mv|
one eon. Milton. : dauithtera Mr. Kil-1
een Roe and Mra. Roalvn Ro-enherfJ
one hroth. r. Moerffl I-eaaer s. -i virad
ere held at Miami River-; lnter-1
| ment In Mi Sinai Cemetery
DAVID M. OARTE
4i>. of ittl SW l"th ter p i
Saturday In a I. ral hneplt.il Hurvltr"
by hla wife. Lillian, three eftn- s-nr
ner. Men and Harry, hie parent-.
aac and Anna !;irte. and faro bn
em, flllhert :md Ramuel Servl
were h.ld al Miami River*!-!
nieiit waa -n J!t Sinai Cemetr>
MURRAY M OREENFIELO
57, "f 1330 Pennaylvanla a\e. Miami
Beach, who came i..... i" yeara aan
from \.-w Y-.rk. died June ;t A l.-a,-
keeper, he la -ui\i\--l bj hla wife.
Stella, and a nun, Leelle, Of Miami
Beach, a alatcr, Mra. Roae Brenner,
,-f Coral Qables, end fotjr brother!
w r. hi Id at the Rlveralde
Chapel, Miami Beach, with hurlal in
Mt. Sinai 'em,
at
T
Ipei
'/i%
tabbi Sltm
which eight have already been pub-
lished.
His two volumes on "Huchath
Olam." the proposed constitution
Of Israel, received worldwide at-
I tent ion. Rabbi Stein has published
jthe Child's Bible and the Haggada
in Spanish.
Rendering the musical portions
;of the liturgy will be Rev. Joseph
S. Lengyel. He was born in Poland.
I studied in the Yeshiva of Krakow.
,sang with famous cantors in
Europe, beginning at the age of
nine. He became famous at the age
of 12 and toured Europe under the
name of "Dos Poilishe Yingel." At
jthe age of 17, he accepted a posi-
tion as cantor in Vienna, and stu
died and graduated at the State
Academy of Music in Vienna. In
the United States, he has held
positions in New York and Rhode
Island with prominent congrega-
tions. He was also Professor at the
Birmingham, Ala. Conservatory of
Music.
Hear Convention Resume
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
held a short business meeting this
week at Beth David auditorium.
Members heard a resume of the
District 5 convention held in Wash-
ington recently by the organiza-
tions delegates. Speakers included
Mrs. Murray L. Lazarus, president,
Mrs. Herman Goldstein, Mrs. Har-
vey Herman. Mrs. Philip Rand and
Mrs. Nat Spiegleman.
BENJAMIN MARCUS
'*. of Itei itih >t mi.,mm H> .i. b, i
leathei poodi ealeaman wrho i amt hart
eight yean .it" from Brookllne, Maaa.,
iit-,1 June 14 He i- eiirvtved by hla
wife. Francee; t(, aona, iamee B "(
Waban, Ma... ami ImuI.I W f
Sherbrook, Can., and brother, Mail*
HARRY VIDRO
*. Beach, a arwery atore Owne
came here nine yeara ago. diel s.^-.
da) S. i\,. were held In Rlveral
i-haptl kllaml Bench, with burial
Ml Slnal Cemetery. Mr. Vidro le
hi. wife, > trla. and a daujrht- r
Jack llroo i- a, Miami Bea-h
IRVING J. LANN
4. a h"t-l niarur of 10IS Meii-.'aM
ave Miami f. i. -lied S indii .1
home He tame here 14 >eai- W
from Bnaiklyn Survlvlntr aie wtl
wife. Ethel; i- man, ''>" "'' "-'Ij
tin. both ol Miami Heach; trrer hi''
era and two M*ters. Service-
held In Hivei aide Chapel. Ml.iel
ltea.h. with burial In Mt. Nebv ,. i<>
tery. _.
Bay-Bee Diaper Service
"til at 11 MiAmi's nisr
An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes
2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE
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Engravings Modern -- Traditional
Framed Unframed
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Repairs Open Mon. A Fri. til 9 p.m.
6237 Biscoyne IK.. Ph. 14-9112
Levi Plumbing
Company
"rear Sefisfecfie* Oar Pleaiere"
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
3466 N. Miami Avenun Phon 82-1343
"ftfaMitlietl 1924"
2141 S.W. 3ra* H. CAll 9-1414
per o-nnviti
on Bala .ces
from $100 to $15,000
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UDAY. JULY 1, 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
^JmlsBitkwIdktn
PAGE 11 B
J^^SiRuitfT,TIOU8
l,,II,;; is HEREBY G1VKN that
T undersigned, 'I' >"-'' 'I'
Lncss under the fictitious name of
| (INSTRUCTION,, at ItRl K
II hot 1 >r II I l.ir bor
|;,N Miami Beach 4. Fia.. Intends
lid name with III.- i 'I. i k
|,hi- circuit pourl <>f IHtde County.
""'' ( MIKE HACK.MVER
,..,.NN I.KU-HI K. liatf
for .MlUe TliiikmWpr
Id Hldg Mln in I. Florida
I --
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
)R DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
,,ANCERY. No. 180629
It 1MROSE CAPITOL C< Htl" .
Plaintiff
\\il-i. \V AVERT and
IIP;I.MA B. AVKKV. his wife.
It/a VIRGINIA M. AVKKV.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l> VHCllNIA H AVEKY a/k/a
\ IROINIA M AVKKV
.- o Neve Jacobs
i;. iti- #2, Brooklyn, Michigan
IV I' ARE HEREBY NOTIJ
1,1 a Hill of Complaint for Fore-
Lsure o( Mortgage has been filed
fcimi you, IM > ou are required to
Irve a copy of your Anawer or Plead-
|K i.i the Hill of Complaint for ror -
Insure of Mortgage on the plaintiff's
ttovncv. CEOKOE J. TAUANOKF,
In Lincoln Koad. Miami lloach. Flor-
[ i| rile the original Answer or
ending Id the office of the Clerk of
, Circuit Court n or before the
Emi du of July. IW*. if >u fall to
t Judgment by default will be
, ii agalnat you for the relief de-
Lmded in the Hill of Complaint for
fcrei losure of Mortgage.
Prills notice shall be published once
,-h week for four consecutive weeks
. The Jewish Horldlan.
|i>.\i: AMi ORDERED nt Miami,
1 this I6th day June. I
K. B. I.EATHEHMAN.
i'lei-k, Circuit Court.
I'ade County, Florida
By It. II HICK. JR.
Ip.MUUE > TAI.IANoIF
I f..r I'lalntiff
1 : i-s-13
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Ii AI.I, TO \\ HOM THESE PRE8-
NTS SHALL COME, GREBTINOS:
I
Im.W < U'iKKMAN. ______
MIAMI. KI.ORIOA
liMK Levy, miaju, h.oiuoa
IIOROTHY I.KVV.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
i;i:ki ki CK coockrman.
MIAMI. FI.ORIHA
. on the 12th day of June. A.D.
II. cause i orporated under
oi Chapter <*. 1 eiriii.i
uutes, F1."HII)IAN MODES. INC..
irporaUon, with Us principal place
business at Miami, Dade County,
the stale of Florida, and whereaa
propel oft leers of such corpora-
dld on th* 18th day of June, A.D.
. cause to lx filed in the ottlce of
Secretary of State of the State of
u .iuly authenticated reaolu-
(i ndopted by the stockholders un-
ihe i>rovislons of said Chapter CM.
lii'U Statutes, showing the dissolu-
p of such corporation,
fow. therefore, the Secretary of
does hereby certify to the fore-
UK and that he is satisfied that the
nts of law have been com-
ith.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Ureat
Seal of the State of Florida, at
i..llahassee. the Capital, this
the Twentieth day of June.
\ n. it:
R. A GRAY.
l*Lj Secretary of State.
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I'TI'-K is HEREBY GIVEN that
[ut.derslgned, desli inc to engage In
''" under the fictitious name of
i'HASINO HAL.ES AND SKItV-
t *97.'i 8.W. 62nd Street. Dade
Inn, Florida, intends to register
name with tli, Clerk of the Cli -
ol I mde i 'oniii %, I i nida.
I.KW MKHCI'K. bole Owner
ll'MAN ]l:i-iane Bldg., Miami, Ha.
I
YOTI
w lundi
I A
\ w
I Raid
J
I'W I
I'
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ih HEREBY C.1YKN" that
kned, desiring to eagace hi
the fictitious nun.- Of
NCK SKRV1CK CENTER, al
t. Intends to reels-
name with the Clerk ->f the
' >'irt of Dade County. Florida,
n J ZANQW1LL, soi. owner
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ih.it
Hi,, undersigned, desiring to angage in
business under the flcillinus nai
SOUTHEAST FLORIDA & DADE
COlNTY YOUTH FAIR, Intends to
rrgist' i name n Ith the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Jftule County,
Floi Ida V,
l>\i.i ':^TY grY%4pqget-rii
ucaderi amtJB rnV
j^BFIorida A,m -prin_gana MoWTON HKIOKI. %Wsr*
Attorne) for ADpllcanta
04 Klscayne Hid*:.
717-24 7/1-1
LEGAL NOTICE
'*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
liuxlness under the fictitious name of
KIT/. HOTEL, at Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
OAVlli BAM
MIRIAM HASH
MAX MltoVITZ
RITII OROVITZ
AARON V KAN.NKR
Attorney for I "avid Hass. Miriam
Haas, Max Orovitx. Ruth Orovits
6/17-L't 7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Ih HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- limit iHlened. ilesirlna to engage III
business under the fictitious name of
II WtrtKT CHEMICAL CO.. at SIH
Washington Avenue, Miami lies h,
' intend to I -aid name
with the Clerk of tUo Circuit <"oim of
!l>\. HO
I-KARI.KS TDRK
IlKTTV 'IfrilK, .
ti rsic m:\vman-
iltorneys fhr flfarWf Chemical Co
110 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FW.
: i-ft-is-n
JTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
"t DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
VNCERY. No. 1S07W
M-I\M J. MARTIN. Plaintiff.
^ ''A MARTIN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
"AN IDA MARTIN
143-29 Franklin Avenue.
1 i-lii-ldng. I.011K Island, New York
I II Kill l.N REQUIRED to
[' of four answer to the
pi'i'ini for divorce filed herein on
HfTi attorney. RUHAltl'
. UNK. ll_'
J"' ng. Miami ft, Hoi Ida. and to
lelnai in the offtoe of the
TH of th^ ;4l,v,. Coyrl on off !>-
d daj of Julj. p.".:.. other-
J' fault wilt be entered,against
'ATKD: this L'lst dav of .Inn.
K H WEATHERMAN,
' lerk of Court
i v n/ii w HTffJCKINO,
- ..Deputy il.iW
~-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ti ijc t ui
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROTALTON HOTEL, at Miami. Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dado County. Florida.
FLAtJKER LEASES. INC..
a Florida corporation
AARON M. KAN.NKR, Esq.
Attorney for Flagler I/eases. Inc.
717-24 7/1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE, No. 354SS.B
In He: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH CHINICH. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are to
notified and required to i.....sat any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
ol Ji ISEPH CHINICH, di
ed late of Hade County, Floild.i. to
the Honorable County Judge." of Hade
County, and file the same In thell
offices in the County Courthouse 'In
Dade County. Flotilla, withiit elgbl
calendar months fioin the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to poet tain the legal ad-
dress of ih.- i kWmani and to be sworn
to and prcM-ntcd as aforesaid, or same
will I),. haired.
Date June 13th, A.D. lit".;
SEYMOUR CHINICH
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
JOSEPH CHINICH. Deceased
IKWIN K. KOTT
of Myers, ll-inian & Kaplan
Attorneys for Executor
6,17-24 7/1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. 354M-B
In Re ESTATE OF
LENA MOSKIN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
eatate of LENA MOSKIN. deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
flrat publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred. See Section
733.IS of the l4i Probate Act.
Date June 3rd, A.D. 1j3.
SHIRDEY DASH
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
LENA MOSKIN. deceased
OKORCK J. A1.HOIM
As Executor of the East \\ 111
and Testament of
LENA MOSKIN. deceased
Ob? IROE J. AI.HoCM
Attorney for Executors of
Batata of Lena Moekin
IM Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fia.
S/10-17-24 7/1
MIAMI INVESTIGATORS
SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING
82 e7i
C.WM "P. ".'" Ph0n
lBvi..1Crimt"*' ""
">ti|ltioni. Alsasnder Steffi
"d Awsrx Wilhelm. Diractort.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S0469
W.NNIK HoVKl.KH KKVKS.ff
Vff
CARLOS MORALES i:i:vi:s.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: CARLOS MORALES RETES
rjeaova ii> A,
('donla, .luares
TOU h'krkhy not.fikd
that a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against SOU, and you are re<|Ulr-
.d i" serve n copy of your answer or
pleading to said Complaint on Flaw-
tiff. Attorney. HENRY M. CAIN.
Z.-.18 West Flakier Street. Miami.
Fia.. and file the original Answ
Pleading In the office of the ( Isrlc
of the Circuit Court on ST Defon IM
ISth day of July. 1*53 If rou fall to
do so, Judgment by default will he
taken agsm-t you for the relief de-
manded In snld Complaint.
DONE ANU <'HDKRKD at Miami.
la lliis IHIi da) of June. 1951.
K H. I.KATHERMAN.
ill l*)iirt
V -- H | I i 41 _' > -
LiiAi* County. Florida
Ij : C KNEEDF.N
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M, CAIN
..i inaintlff
1511 West Hagkr St.. Miami. Hoi Ida
tyi7-it 7/1-8__________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
eaa under the fictitious name of
KHORKHAM-NORMAN HOTKL. at
Miami Hcach, Florida. Intends to reg-
aid name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WID BAS8
AARON M. MANNER
Attorney for David Baa*
8/I7-J4 7/1-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice ih hereby oiven thai
the undersigned, desiring to SflgagS in
business under the fictitious name of
PEG'S Y JEAN N.K. tSth Street. Miami, nortda in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of ih. circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JEAN BURGHER
HAZEL MERCUR
LEW MRRCL'R
WEPMAN A> WEPMAN
Attorney* for Applicants
to: Blacayne Bldg Miami. Fia.
7/1-8-15-M
LtGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. nnderalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious num. of
HELEN E YORK, al MSI N.E. 2nd
,e. Mlaptl. Fiosida. Intend to reg-
:iHI inline with the Cl. i k of the
liunlt Cm I irf Undo Counts PloridS.
LEGAL NOTICE
lll.i.KN, VCUKIKWIT/.
ri;i-:ii:wlTZ
VVALTEH
ri li.rfGK iMLUKKT. KRCl
Attdrney for Ai>pli<'antM
7/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the Dltterslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FRIENDLY FROST ISED Alii.l
ANCES. t 6KK6 N.W.'th Avenue, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FRIENDLY FROST
TV. SERVICE, Inc.
MAC MERMEL
Attorney for Applicant
612 Ainsley Hldg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CN1TED BTATBS TOCRI8T SERV-
1CK. at 17.12 N W 71th St Miami.
Fin., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
THOMAS COSAN8, sole owner
I i 7/1-t-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the iinderslgneiL desiring to tngngt in
business under the fictitious name of
CARS "A I'oliiN at l N.E. 79th
Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to reg-
il I inline with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
BENJAMIN Tol'oi.. INC .
.i Florida corporation
\ IRON M K INNER
Attorne) for Benjamin Topol, Inc.
7 l-v-1.".-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious num.- of
DRAPERY HOUSE at !" Almerla
Avenue, Coral fJahtOQ. Florida Intends
to register said name with tin- Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CORAL CAiu.)-:.-, WHOLESALE CO
sole owner
AR< iN< iVITZ. ARONOVITZ
ft c,\ii.IN
Attorneys for Coral Gables
Wholesale Co.
7/I-8-1.V22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TAX1ER CONTRACTS ft ASSOCI-
ATES, at 9451 S.W. 37th Street. Mi-
ami, Fia.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HEN TAKSIER, Sole Owner
(iol.D.MAN Ai GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
2303 West Flagler St., Miami. Florida
6-'24 7/I-S-10____________________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30395-B
RE; ESTATE OF
CHARLOTTE F. HOI.MKS.
I'.. at I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is bereb) given that I have
fil> d my final report anil petition toff
rinal Discharge us Ancllbu*) Admin-
istrator cum Teatamento Annexo of
the estate of CHARLOTTE F.
HOLMES, deceased; and that on tin;
22nd da% of July, l!'-"'.'-. I will apply
to th.- Honorable PRANK B DOWL-
ING, Countj Judge of Dad,- County,
nor Ida, for approval of said final re-
port and for final discharge as Ancil-
lary Administrator Cum Testamento
Annexo of thi Estate ol CHARLOTTE
i- HOLMES, d
This ;'iitli dav of June. 19
WILLIAM EDWARD FISHER
Ancillary Administrator Cum
Testami nto Annex.>
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Attorney for Ancillary Kstate
1812-lfil Congress Hulldlug
Miami 12, Florida
8/24 7/1-8-1S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35590 B
In Re ESTATE OF
SAMI'KI, KISHNER. I
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
Ing Claims Off Di inands Against Said
Estati
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified .mil required to present any
claims and (h which >
either of you, ii.i havi against the
estate of SAMCgL KISHNER
ceased late of Ihule Countv. Flo
to the Honorable Count) Judgi
Dade County, and file the sen
ff|, m the County Court
ountj I U. within eight
Ur months from the dati
the fli t pul.', ..' Ion In i .of
claims or demands to Contain the
isgal address of the claimani and to
> III to ii
said, o' same will be barred.
Dale June fotii. \ i>
a/ 1D\ FISHER
\dniimstratrlx of the
it. of
8AMCEL. KISHNER,
l_^f I't'sif***'!-
HARRY ZCKKRNICK
Attorney for Administratrix
42 Uncoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fia.
f/24 7/1-8-15
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo ancage In
inder the fictitious name of
CORAL 11 \ii-: TERR 1211 Pom .- di U on Bit d 'oral I lab-
las, Dade County, Florida, intend to
i Bald name with the Clef* of
lit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH C.ITTLBMAN
on, h.ill interest
H EN N K i; I i ii. E M A N
in -half Intel t
NORMAN K SOLOMON
Attorne) foi Joseph GitUeman
and Henne i im lein.in
10.6 Alton Road, Miami Reach, llnrlda
8/24 7/1-8-ir,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STUDIO A. at 2349 Coral Way. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Cm t of Dade County.
Florida.
ALHERT A. CURSON. Owner
6/17-24 7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STYLES BY MELVILLE, at Seville
Hotel, Miami Reach, intends to regis-
ter said name wi\h the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
FORTY-SEVENTH KT R E ET
DKVKI.i IPMENT CORP.
\ Florida Corporation
BURNETT ltoiil
Attorney for Applicant
4L'n Lincoln Rd.
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 178560
hi.I/.ahktii E. CAPMAN, Plaintiff,
BHERMAN <:I.ENN c.\ i m a N
I '. '. nd.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SHERMAN GLENN CAPMAN
c/o Ideiil Roofing *. Slo
Metal Works, Inc.
.ii N.E 78rd St., Miami, Fin.
You .ur bereb) notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce kaa I.....
filed against sou, and von arc requir-
ed to tan.....<9i of ><>ur Answer
or Pleading t" the Hill of Comi
on the plaintiff's Attorneys, RAs'S-
M1LLKK *i RoTH. oyO Hrickjll
Avenue. Miami, llorlda. and file th.-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 30th day of
Julv. 195:>. If you fall to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH K l.oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this :!0 day of June. A.D. 195i.
K It I.KATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
\:\ JOAN COCRNOYKR
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
RAS8NER, MILLER It ROTH
Attorney! for Plaintiff
;..-.0 Bcickell Avenue. Miami 32. Florida
6/24 7/1-8-15 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HILTON BISTERS SNACK BAR. at
rtoi s K 1st st intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of I>ade County. Florida.
DAISY HILTON
VIOLET HILTON
HKNRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
Mil \V. Flagler St.
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VINCENT DANNA AND PETER
DANNA i s SELECT TOMATO CO..
at 1217 N vv flat Street, Miami. In-
tend to regi.-tcr said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 >.ids
Countv, Florida. _..,...
VINCENT DANNA. partner
PETER DANNA paittier
KURT WELLISCH
Attorney for Applicants
6/10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engiiL In
business under the fletlllous nam.....
LA RI'K CORSET AND LINGERIE
SAI.oN, at 326 Miracle Mile.
Cables. Intends to aid name
With the Clerk Of the Circuit Com!
of l>nde Countv Florida.
IDA H sriKi.M.W Owni i
SHAPIRO A FRU
Attoi neys for Applll a lit
120 Li.....'n II
: i-S-lS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN
the undersigned, desiring to eflgag In
u under the fiotitlous nam- if
CONCRESS INSURANCE AGENCY,
at P. <> H. 1402, Miami 8. intend- to
register said name with Ifee Clerk of
th. Circuit Court of Dade County.
'Fiends.
NORMAN R THOMA-
17-24 .
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN
the iindei signed, desiring to engage In
business Undei the fictitious nam, f
STUART'S JUVENILE SHoi: HT<
and sTCAltis STURDY SHOES,
140) Washington Avenue ami 771-
Una Ave Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clcrl. of
the Circuit Court of Dade CO
Florida.
HERBERT N. STEELE, Os -
6/17-24 7/1-8_____________________.
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32430
RE: ESTATE OK
AHRAIIAM RI'HIN. I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given th
have filed a final report and petition
for Final IMsrharge as Anclllarv -
ministtatoi of tlM -late of A HI :'
II \.\l RI'HIN. deceased: and that n
i day of August. I9i, will
to the Honorable FRANK It DOW
INC. County Judge of Dade Coun
I- loi ida, for approval of said
report and for final discharge a-
illarv Administrator of the Estate of
ABRAHAM RI'HIN. deceased.
This 16 day of June, Hi:,.",.
OBORGE I TALIANOF1"
Anclllarv Administrator
OEORGE l TALIANOfT
Attorney for Kstate of Abraham Rub.n
6/24 T'l-1--!".
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 167C28
KV \ MAI MILLER, lialntiff.
LE8TER A. MILLER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LESTER A MILLER
Residence and Address T'nkn
Hecretlng himself witiiin the
Count) of I Side, State of I loi
from s.-i v Ii ..t ivc
You are hereb) notified thai '
of Complaint for Divorce hat b
filed against you. and you are
ouired to serve a copy of your A
,v.i oi Pleading to the Hill of I
plaint on the plaintiffs Atti
HENRY M CAIN. 2318 W. Mi
Ktreet, Miami, Florida, ami Me
I Answei oi Pleading In
office of the Clerk of the Cll
on oi before the ISth dav of
Julv, 1*55. If you fail to do so, J
m. ill by default will he taken ag
rou lor the re till dl manded in VM
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published 0
each week for four consecutive vv. .-
In THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIA.N
DONE AND ORDKRKD at M
Florida, this 14th day of June, AD.
B. B. I.KATHF.RMA.V
Clerk, lircult, Court.
I>ade County. Florida
By L. SNKEDEN.
(Circuit Couit S.l) Deputy Cltrk
HKNRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
L-..1V \v. Hagler Street. Miami. Florida,
6/17-24 7/1-8____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY Q1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring u> engage In
business under the fiotitlous nanu
FISK TllHAl'Cl) SHOP A TRAVKl.
AGENCY, at 3.'.-. E. 1st Av.. Hlalean.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Darts
COUnty, Floi Ida.
BARBARA F KDWARDs
6,10-17-24 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious nam
of 8ABAL PALM LAUNDRYETTE.
7 N.E 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fia.
int.-nds to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Countv, Florida.
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6/17-24 7/1-8
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NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
Judaism Universal ll the name of a new international Society for
the Propagation of the Hebrew Faith as a World Religion founded in
New York City this week. Leaders representing even facet of Jewi-h
life are among the new movements founders The Lobavifcher Rebbi.
Rabbi Menaehem Mendel Schneersohn, hM gtvoi h;- bfcsatag to the
new Judaizing movement which has adopted the following three-point
program: 1. to reclaim Jewish youth: 2 to Judaize the Jews, and 3 to
draw within the sphere of Jewish life neglected Jewish communities
in isolated part- of the world including n hunger after universal truth and righteous Mr*. Kate Stem,
chairman of Womens League Magen Hayeled Cam-
paign, created to combat missionaries in the Holy Land, has announced
the completion of the Magen Hayeled Buildin-; at Bnei Brak The
women's group of the Young I-rael movement. repre>enting -yna-
lesintlM S r.ada. the Netherlands and Israel undertow
\ear to erect a child care center in Israel to help combat the Christian
missionary inroad-. .
Dr. Jonas E. Salk declared in Washington last week that the Gov-
ernment's revised manufacturing standards and plans would prevent
further difficulties with his vaccine Meanwhile, a number of scien
representing different points of view on technical problem- |
bv the Salk vaccine, have been invited to appear before a Congressional
Committee At the same time, the struggle between the American
Medical Association and Dr. Basil O'Connor, continues. The AM A
has questioned the justification for rushing the Salk vaccine into wide
u-e A dispatch from Moscow dated June 16 reveals that Israel has
received a Soviet warning against making any military alliance with the
U.S. Coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the UN, the Ayal Pub-
lications firm announce* the release of a special stamp album honoring
the IN. The Alhui the many countries in the world that have
d stamps in honor of the world organ;?ation .
The World Jewish Congress' Institute of Jewish Affairs has issued
a new analysis of anti Semitic propaganda abroad during 1954 reveal-
ing that "international anti-Semites are now denouncing Christianity
because of its Jewish foundations." These anti Semites, the WJC analy-
sis states are attacking Christian churches, and world leaders for
adhering to Old Testament ideas, and by calling for a new religion free
of the Jewi-h legacy "
ISRAEL
Uri Avnery, the colorful and adventurous editor in-chief of Israel-
Hebrew Weekly. Ha-Olam Hazeh, and its English counterpart. Front-
page, has created a furor in I>rael over hi- series of articles on the
Haifa municipality and its Mayor Abba Housi. Following li
tempted bombing of the Ha-Olam Hazeh offices in the heart of Tel Aviv,
editor Avnery came out with this editorial: These are troubled times
for everybody FrontpageHa-Alam Hazeh has been prepared for
trouble from the moment its editorial board decided to declare war
on the Haifa regime of terror, the morning after the cynical cancella-
tion of the Machraz list in the Haifa Workers' Council elections
True, we didn'l expect such underhanded methods to be used against
u- But in the fight for justice, one must be prepared for anything. .
Our offices are getting to look like a combat headquarters. Fortunately,
our staff members are accustomed to the leeling of tension, lack of
security, come-what-may atmosphere that are characteristic of a real
battle An Israel invention providing the possibility of exploiting the
sun's heat for industrial and irrigation purpo-e- was announced re-
cently by M. Tabor, director of the National Physical Laboratory of
the Scientific Council. The Lebanese parliament has passed a law
of economic boycott against Israel, under which every citizen of Le-
banon who trades with Israel is subject to the maximum penalty of
death. .
PEOPLE
Cecil Hyman, former Israel Minister to South Africa, succeeds
Avraham Harman a< Israel's Consul General in New York. The Har-
mans. Zena and Avraham. have returned to Israel after a six year tour
of duty in the IS. and Canada. Sydney Lubarr of Maryland has
been appointed community relations director of the American Zionist
Committee for Public Affairs, it was announced this week by Rabbi
Philip S. Bernstein and I. L. Kenen. 3*-year old Doris Ruth Kraemer.
a Millbum. N.J.. housewife and the mother of three boys, became the
first woman in Ye.shiva University's 69-year history to earn a Doctor of
Philosophy degree which was conferred upon her on June 21 at the
annual commencement exercises. Edward Corsi, ousted Apr. 10 as a
special advisor to Dulles, has praised President Eisenhower's proposal
for speeding immigration under the 1953 Refugee Relief Act. John
Zuckermann, president of the San Joachim Farm Production Growers
Association in California, has been invited by the Israel Government
to assist in the reclamation of 20.000 acres of swamp land, similar to
the rich California Delta area before reclamation, located in the Hula
region. .
Bernard F. Gimbel has received the New York Citizens Budget
Commission Medal for High Civic Service. The Wresting Rabbi,
Raphael Halpem, known as 'Mr. Israel" who has never lost a match, is
joining the chief Rabbi of Paris. Zalman Chneertohn, in a tour of Jew
ish communities through Canada this week. They plan to visit Mon
the rich California Delta area before reclamation, located in the Huleh
has been active in aiding Jewish youth in North Africa.
EUROPE
Sholem Asch has written a series of articles for the Jewish Chron-
icle of London in which he explains the feeling that took me to
Israel." In his first article. Mr. Asch concludes thus: I thank God that
in spite of the hostility of some people and of some papers. I found
understanding, tolerance, and respect, and. I can boldly say. also love
Not among all. but among the great majority of the people of Israel
especially among the workers, the intellectuals, and also among the
leading personalities in the government.
'It was proved by the scores of enthusiastic receptions that were
held for me all over the country. It was helped by two factors Shol-
em Asch adds, "first, that readers in Israel had the opportunity to judge
my works for themselves, in Hebrew translation, and that the ideas (of
Christianity, which I have been expressing have found a considerable
measure of acceptance, and secondly, that people in Israel are not so
easily scared about the continuation of Jewish existence, about which
so many of little faith m the Diaspora are fearful. They believe in hi
existence of Israel, and they are sure that Sholem Asch. God forbid
will not destroy it. There are many broadminded Jews there even
, araong tho.e who think that Sholem "^~Z2Z
, ,,me. who. taking into consideration the mous
people, nevertheless think they are worthtsMe ** ~
S a desire and a longing to h*. ***~~ ^J ^e
Jews and Christian, in the sens. o# -y thik.f. So J dec.o
! among them "
p**. Ool-enann. h-i- ***** pu^n to
Je^'h Agency and atswfctd by KA writgH.
Ben Gurion Soys Military
Must Hove Hebrew Names
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military officials going ;i 0u
missions abroad most be.,-
names. The ruling to that
was liam.'ed down this j^
Minister of Defense David
Gurion.
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