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The Jewish Floridian ( July 8, 1955 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 29—Number 27 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY IIIl.Y R \OM PRICE: TWENTY CENTS OUSTS GENERAL ZIONISTS FOR ABSTENSIONS Sharett Forms New Government As Shaky Coalition Cabinet Tumbles JERUSALEM (WNS) — Four weeks before the scheduled elections for Parliament, Premier Itahc Sharett this week formed n new coalition Cabinet after ousting the General Zionist Party from his Government. This followed the abstention of the General Zionists, the second largest party in the outgoing Knesset. in a Parliamentary confidence vote the day before. The new cabinet consists of eight members of the Mapai Party, two from the Religious Workers and one from the Progressives The new coalition Cabinet was approved by the Knesset. 68 to 32. at its final session. Election for a new Parliament are to be held on July 26. Four General Zionist Ministers were removed by the Premier from the Cabinet because the General Zionist deputies in the Israel Parliament had abstained from voting on two motions expressing non-confidence in the Government. The motions were introduced separately by the Communists and by the rightwing Herut Party, and both were defeated by a substantial majority. The confidence vote arose from the Government's conduct in connection with a libel case in which Dr. Israel Kastner was branded by a District Court judge as a Nazi collaborator who shared responsibility for the mass murder of many Jews in Hungary during the last war. After the judge had rendered his verdict, the Israel Minister of Justice ordered the Attorney General to appeal to the Supreme Court against the decision. In Parliament, Mr. Sharett explained the Government's view on the matter and had expected the General Zionists to uphold him. since they were in the Coalition Cabinet. At a press conference later. Mr. Sharett accused the General Zionists of breaking the principle of collective responsibility and their oath to Parliament when they refused to vote confidence in the Government of which they were members. In reply, leaders of the General Zionist Party said that, had they voted with the Government coalition parties on (he proposed motions, they would have deepened the impre-~ion among the public that the Government is identified with the Kastner case. They claimed that .the General Zionists were not consulted by the Attorney General whether and when to file suit with the court in defense of Dr. Kastner. who is a Government employee in the "Kol Israel" radio network, nor were they consulted on the plans to appeal to the Supreme Court. The suit that led to the Cabinet Continued on Page 5 A icm wo M-coopKxrww otnontp BY WIST Washington Says We Have Complete Confidence in UN Armistice Chief Burns Mo/. Cm. Bvrns ... in ticklish soot WASHINGTON (—TA>— State Department circles Wednesday indicated that the United States Government has complete confidence in Maj. Gen. E. •I Bums Unitejj Nations truce chief in Palestine, >ho is now trying" to bring Israel and Egypt to gcther on steps to relax the tension in the Gaza area. The reaffirmation of I' S. support of Gen. Burns was expressed while Egypt is seeking to have Gen. Burns replaced. Members of the American delegation to the United Nations have emphasized that they see no reason why Gen. Burns should not be continued in his present position, and UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjoid had made it clear that he intends to retain Gen. Burns. Meanwhile, the Israel-Egyptian talks at Gaza, held under the chairmanship of Gen. Burns, are in suspension. They were held for two days last week but it is not certain whether they will resume on Wednesday as scheduled. Egypt's Foreign Minister, Mahmoud Fawzi, was asked over a coast-to-coast radio-television broadcast Sunday whether he had requested that the Canadian government withdraw Gen. Burns. He gave an answer which was taken by correspondents who questioned him over the air as a virtual admission that he had done exactly that. Reports of reactions of Western diplomats m Cairoand Jerusalem were to the effect that the West "deplored'' Egypt's efforts to oust Gen. Burns While the Cairo press was attacking the UN truce chief as being "pro-Israel," Big Three diplomats in both the Egyptian and Israel capitals were reported convinced that Gen. Burns has been impartial and that he was still the best possible go-between. Meanwhile, Egypt's latest aggressions along the Gaza strip was placed in perspective against Egypt's 'BITTER MOMENTS' "uncooperative" attitude along the Gaza border. Moshe Sharett pvrfM General Zionists Burmese Premier Now Visiting Here Feels Israel is 'Wonderful' NEW YORK (JTA)—"Love" for the people of Israel and warm [appreciation of their "energetic" labors in building their land were |rxpre~s P( | nere ov JJ JJ U prime Minister of Burma, who is now visiting Ithe United States. Mr. Nu had spent a week in Israel on his way [westward, and had refused to visit Egypt after the latter country's [diplomats had incidated in advance that they wanted him to stop in |Cairo but skip Israel territory. One of the three most powerful of Asian leaders in the neutralist bloc—the two others'being India's Pandit Nehru and Indonesia's Pre|mier Satsroamidjojo—Mr. Nu has been an outspoken friend of Israel since the Jewish State was founded. I had a very nice visit in Israel." he told the Jewish Telegraphic [Agency correspondent. "I spent seven days there. Israel is wonderful." [Asked for his impressions of Israel, Mr. Nu declared: "I was particularly impressed by the energetic labors of th* Israeli people. They [are turning stones into building materials. They are digging up the [land, erecting cities, constructing roads, making gardens out of wilderIness You know. I love people who are brave. What the Israelis are [doini; is brave, wonderful, courageous." The Burmese statesman said he was particularly impressed with [the work being done in the collective settlements, the kibbutzim. He [had h, en through a number of kibbutzim, part of the time escorted by lii. I Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. He had spent one night in 1 yah And his total impression, he reported/was one of a "brave" [people deiicated to constructive activities. Premier U Nu of Burma, with Mrs. Nu (left), arrived in the United States for a brief tour of the country. Shown right, he reveals to an American official of Hadassah hi* admiration for Israel's couraqe and creative spirit. 'flfemaff'oiia/ Anti-Semites Move to Attack Jewish Sovne of Christianity International anti-Semites are Isouruiing a new note by denounc [ lni s the Jewish foundations of Christianity, attacking Christian chunhes and world leaders for adherinc to Old Testament ideas, and by calling for a new religion free "f the Jewish legacy. These facts are reported in a new analysis of anti-Semitic propaganda abroad during IBM. which has been issued by the World Jew ish Congress Institute of Jewish Allans A second IJA study, publish ed under the same cover. vey of the treatment of war criminals in West Germany in the past year. The review discloses that the attitude of the German Government toward Nazis guilty of war atrocities has been inconsiste?*. and unclear. "On the one hand," the study asserts, "the Germans continued their struggle for the release and amnesty of those convicted by Allied courts. On the other hand, they prosecuted, in their own tribunals, Germans accused of crimes against humanity, in particular against Jewry." The new propaganda angle which excoriates the Jewish roots of Christianity has been recently developed in two internationallycirculated -publications, "Nation Europa." the central organ of the ineo-Fascist movement publish,! I in Coburg, Germany; and "Der jWeg," a leading forum of Fascism, i Pan-Germanism and militant anti[ Semitic propaganda, published in I Buenos Aires, Argentina. "Nation {Europa." whose contributors in i elude such notorious Fascists as Oswald Mosley of England, Maurice Bardeche of France and Pen Continuod on Pago 3 A Lebanon's Malik Hits UN Inaction On Middle East SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—In a lony address here prior to the windup of the tenth anniversary celebration of the UN. Dr. Charles Malik, of Lebanon, accused the United Nations of both "action" and "inaction" in connection with the "eternal" problems besetting the Middle East. Without once mentioning Israel. Dr. Malik told the United Nations representatives here that there has been "no respite" from the Middle East problems in the United Nations and that there will be no respite because tho*e problems are "essential." "The United Nations." he said. "is in a special way responsible for the situation in the Middle East The United Nations left much to he desired in the Middle East, both through action and through inaction. No greater injustice can be imagined than that that has befallen the Arabs in the Middle East. We hope that the United Nations will be able to resolve that situation in the coming decade." Moussa Al-Shabandar, delegate of Iraq, said: "For us Arabs there were some bitter moments in the proceedings of the United Natins during the last ten years. The tragedy of Palestine has cut deep into the heart of every Arab.^And the misery of nearly 1,000,000 Arab refugees cannot be forgotten. Nor can we forget the sad situation in Continued en Peft 5 A



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I PAGE 2 A *>Jewlstncrldl2g Of Mass* Unit, —**-£55X During Israel VlSlt shoehtin* and Kosher Butchers '* -lail-'^fi ailWVWMwr ,.._._._, JTUmmunitv With the FRIDAY, JULY 8. 1955 Colored Doy Worker. $6 -^ Far. Hlah Type Doir.eslit Maids H "„i g T h VP $cho.l Girls a, Mother's Helper., $15 for. Kitchen Men, Hotel P.rt.rs Ace Employment PHONE the since „. „,.i,„=M,.h t a ; vKii ; ."*"7 k w ,"i"Zii. : .r"-Tvcit.'..-",","',", i, ;„r,-' h cial itineraries formal visits V US Ul(u"> ,|,.,, ,),,, i-liv I1 -I'M n i .-• %  %  •clical and educational instituintained bj Hadassah. the Zionist Organization oi Vmerica. Bel Mazmil, Hadassah's pilot c, mmunity health center in the Jerusalem Corridor where the emsis iplaced on the preventive pects of family health, came in special attention from Premier Nil who saw in this unique medical experiment a possible solution to Burma's serious shortage ol mi dical personnel. Accompanied on his visit to Bet mil in his wife, Mme. Nu, Mrs eration and the leading %  p i um ba the responsibilit) oi ol our an Vaad is ended The chiel purposes wen to pro conclusion, as Director ol the mote Kashrus and protect the con n wr ^ aA9shras sumer from fraudulent and decep> • .,. ;iU tnal our Vaad dealers and producers • Av i fh< t>r.' __ S. .1. Fr(H>dman mmi M. Rephun HEBREW BOOK* STORE 417 Wushiw^HW Hve., Miami lead, %  of wet n fourth and tUtk Srj. HEBREW REilGIOUS SUPPLIES lor Synagogues and Private Use Also lor Habr.w Schools C-'ED "13^0 Telephone JE 1-9017 ISRAEL CERTIFICATES live Re* ?£E: Sn,Tp^: D chen treeo^, a The f fi de „, of Hadassah. Joseph Serlin. oftheGreatei Muwu Vaad Ha ec Plan, about the community bouses and yjJJJJ: health center to ascertain whether Let me make this pota clear Ssimila" set-up could he establishthat the Greater Mum, \aad i received a mandate to protect Naturally. a community ag mi mdua who ,,,,.„,, „, oh ency the Greater Miami Vaad Ma* Kashrus against mhnrepre trathre and personitel expenses, strive an I succeed both for regular and special sen ices AH services ol supervision and end .rsement are given to the ed in his own country. Burma has received considerable technical asince in many different fields from Israel Mayor Wagner, accompanied by his wife, made a special visit to The Hadassah maintained Straus Health tenter in Jerusalem where ) demonstrated particular interest in the medical program for kashrus will be happy to show their financial status and accountto all communal non-profit organizations who help to support it. awell as to any sincere and honest community-minded recognized leaders. What are the requirements for member-hip in the Vaad? Specifically the Shulchan Oruch and the Code >f Jewish Lawgovern the l'-l in I IIIUIVU1V.U1 !•• %  •" ,. %  .,„,! nant women calling at the ruleand regulations, ol the Vaad %  i %  i ___ .%  •• !•* I kt.i % %  %  !11 I • mother and child welfare station. %  in the new Hadassah Hebrew I'niversitj dental clinic MrWagner, escorted by Mrs Uyriam Granott. Chairman oi the iss ih Council in Israel, visited aassah's Alice Seligsberg High %  School whereshe admired the apI plication ol oriental embroide | modern dressmaking. Students al { school, which oiicrextensive courses in dressmaking, weaving. I stenography, typing and the domes tic science-, pre-ented the Mayorwife with a white and gold -lole woven especially [or her at the school. Your wile look-tunning tonight." a dowager gushed to author Ben Hecht. "Her dress ia poem." • What do you mean a poem' 1 Hecht -aid "That dieitwo short stories and a novelette." An endorsement by Ihe Vaad is given only after a thorough inves tigation of the proprietor and his willingness to conform to the rule-. regulation! and standards set bj the Vaad H ii after due v.. .ruing, the owner oi an establishment refuses to comply with the orderoi the Vaad, the endorsement iwithdrawn, as Was c %  denced recently in the Mo gen Dovid case. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus piumba attached to any poultry is proof of Ka-hruand the ; Vaad'fl identification symbol. These plumbas are solely controlled by 1 the Rabbinical Director and the Shochtim under the Vaad's supervision Once the slaughtered poultry i> identified aKosher by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus Dtettbutad by PALM DBTHIBUTOBS. WC. 14 NX. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Exciting Taste! Call 2-1776 M.mb.r of B'noJ Irlih Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD Entrance on Washington Avenv. Phone JE 8 7425 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across from Sears free Parking in Rear Phono 82-2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS CONTACT LENSES FILLED >w| CHAPELS IN MIAMI ANO MIAMr.EACH SOL'S Strictly -\U3 Kosher Meat and Poultry Market Finest Quality • Utmost Courtesy • free Delivery SOL WEISS UNion 6-6226 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Wholesale Prices for Freezers U*o".r Supervision of AguJofh Israel Vaad Haaaslirarfi GRAND OPENING TUESDAY Separate Department Sunny Brook Dairy Products free Refreshments Self Service Service! in tnetrue spirit' of tne JcwisL tradition... a nd dedicated to eaie tne burden ot the Lereaved. Mi C.4.i;.* 0PF.N HALF DAY SUNDAY FOR CONVF.MF.NCl OF OUR CUSTOMERS We also carry Frozen Foods iverside MEMORIAL CHAPEL, .c. fUNE*Al DIRECTORS f'e forking -. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Miami Beach ^ West Flaglw & 20th Ave. 1236 Washington Av: -, Phone §-2664 Phone* JE 1-7777 JE l-5 tOWAto T. KIWNAN, funeral Director \M „„N,I*O". 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FRIDAY. JULY 8. I9SS +JmtakfhrMlan International Bigots Denounce Christianity Continued from i tg* 1 A Kngdal of Swdcn. castigated ( h u re till, Truman. Bones and Roosevelt for their so-called "Jewish sprit." "Der Weg" widened the ,-itiHck by decrying the New Testament which, the anti-Semites said, is Jew .sh in large measure "or permeated by Jewish thinking." The publication urged the creation of a new religion having no Jewish basis. The >ame call for a new religion, the VVJCongress study reports, was voiced last summer by a group of (lerman Nationalists headed by the (ormer S.S. Colonel Miklovsky A p.'imphlet published subsequently [or distribution to nationalistminded Germans, written by Dr. Ernst Bergraann. a Nazi who was formerly a professor at the University of Leipzig, urges the establishment < f a new German religion built on "courage, chivalry and fidelity, based on the Teutonic conception of honor." A second major propaganda lhome by the Fascists and antiSemites, the study discloses, is the alleged effort by Jews to annihilate the "white race" through "mongrtUntioa with the colored people'* This theme was first enunciated in 1951 by a meeting of German, Italian and French Nationalists in Zurich, Switzerland. and was amplified in later years at eonferences which called for the adoption of a "biological defense policy to combat the colored people." The Fascist press in Britain has now picked up this theme. "Free Briton,' a monthly newspaper which is anti-Churchill and Eden and pro-imperialist, declares that its task is to attack "such evils as the Communist and world government programs, Jewish influence and the influx of Negroes." Kinar Aberg. a Swede who plays a leading role in disseminating libelous literature about Jews not only to United States Congressmen but also to leaders of public opinion throughout the world, stepped up his propaganda activities during 1954. The World Jewish Congress once again called on the Swedish Embassy in Washington to protest Aberg's program. A Swedish court found him guilty for the .sixth time, of anti-Semitic writings, and he was sentenced to two months imprisonment in October, 1954 Virtually the entire Swedish press joined in deploring Aberg. The rise of former Prime Minister Pit -ro Mendes-France provided Charles Bookbinder (left), co-owner of Pumpernik's. counts $162 donated to Variety Children's hospital by patrons of the restaurant, with Maurey Ashmann. chief barker of the sponsoring Variety Club. Ashmann presented Pumpernik's with a membership in the Committee of One Thousand, open to individuals donating $100 or more to the hospital Si.nd your Kitii IN the Blvi Ridge Mountains The Horowitz Houher Inn 331 First Avc, W. Hendersenville, N.C. 33rd SIASON Fine Kosher food*, prepared in the A-ner.ean style by expert cook*. Write or phon* aoe for reserverL„ n „*" A '• om w'th private and connecting baths. i nd. r Pa—iaai ajniMrvttra •>< Mrs A UunjWlia French neo-Fascists with a new target during 1954. The WJCongress estimates that approximately l 1 ^ million Frenchmen were exposed to anti-democratic and antiJewish propaganda last year. The vicious campaign of slander against him was based not only upon his Jewish background, but also upon his reform policies. NeoFascists, monarchists and imperialists were particularly resentful of his proposals regarding reforms in the French North African colonies and his measures for terminating the war in Indo-China. The WJC asserts that in addition to Einar Aber's efforts at flooding American lawmakers with his antiSemitic literature, other international anti-Semites are distributing material here or are establishing links in this country. A group of Russian monarchists with headquarters in Munich, who are known as the "Russian National Patriotic Front," publish the monthly "Nabat" ("Alarm"). The Front's leader, Eugene Derzhavin, was found guilty by a German court last year for "utterances and actions of racial hatred." Despite this legal action, Derzhavin has distributed English translations of his views here. Two groups, a "Committee of United Russian Anti-Communist Organizations in Southern California" and the "Anti-Bolshevik Conference of Southeastern European Nations" are working under cover in this nation, the WJC charges. A third group publishes a Russian language sheet, "Borba" ("The Struggle") in Union City. NJ., aimed at provoking inter-group hatred. The anonymous authors and pubii hers of the sheet are assumed to be "relative newcomers from Germany, anti-Semitic, ultranationalist Slavs, Rumanians or Hungarians," the report asserts. BEET the heat Temple Sinai Names Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun At a meeting of the board of directors of Temple Sinai Sunday. Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun was engaged as cantor for the coming year, according to Harry Kaplan, president. Cantor Heilbraun served as can-] tor, choir master and musical director of Anshe Sfard Congregation in Akron. O.. for the past four years. A baritone, he studied music in the Folks Conservatory of Music in Vienna. The cantor is an accomplished pianist and composes and arranges music for synagogue ritual. Cantor Heilbraun will assume his duties on Aug. 1. WITH Mother!? OLD-FASHIONED BORSCHT KOSMM • PAREVI for quick, cool, summtr dining you'll alto en/oy Mother^ GSFILTE FISH from the spotless Wtcheos of Mother's Food Presorts. Inc.. Nr 5. Nj. Surfside Names Two Attorneys to Bench Surfside town council last week appointed Eugene W. Sulzberger, attorney, of 9169 Harding ave.. as municipal judge. 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>v FRIDAY, JULY B. I955 During The Week ... A • 1 • u v p ub ..,hed every Friday .ln. W by th. J.w..h ZneisJBSBi st^ colil"in* Press Association. FRED K SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher Volume 2 9 LEO MINDLIN News Edit01 Friday. luly 8. 1955 ^^ „ Tammuz 18. 5715 Tftogessive Step in Human Relations The State of Florida last week put an end to reliqious discrimination in resort advertising, when Gov. LeRoy Collins signed into law an anti-discriminatory advertising bill passed by the legislature earlier this year. Tourism is a top industry here, but we somehow feel that more than sound commercial principles entered into the passing of the bill. The need for such legislation has long been felt in Florida, and its passing into law is a tribute to those interested in the advancement of human relations who have identified themselves among its principal sponsors. There will, of course, continue to be some dedicated to outwitting the letter and the spirit of anti-discriminatory advertising. We recognize that bigotry and intolerance can not be declared illegal—that they are eliminated slowly by education, good faith and the willingness to be enlightened. But the legislature's move is to be applauded, 'or it demonstrates the sound democratic direction in which the people of Florida continue to progress. By LEO MINDLIN <5rroi i ~ r.r.iA/w the Weft Coast, patriotic Floridians demons'. HFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street up A „ D DOWN 1 I ^ ^ recychng o( mst((r> OFFICE and __ 2Qm ^ ,„,,,.2 B> Jlllv thc stars and s "S^^l^lunltei^^toOM^^ w, windows and d, dti6< "''? hC Te Cion h, exhuberance. Independence ,> av V,„, s were m £*££ owners would not be left behind in miB ht fall on the Four h. b M Amerl „nism. Flags arching windil, 8l !" 2 ?£ES£* h SdOf adobe brick and neon tubing did h d, ; I" %  Sricted itgni m Naples. Ft. Myers. Venice and S A. c II termination Is an inherent liberty much as any Shi? A sfimf can, a pec, of freedom and democracy .s that one need JL*£ri love his neighbor, nor congregate with him. nor do not necessaril) love nrns enterprise with him of any nature ISA^SA^SS SSS and tending to challenge the right of free choice. One considers the lover of art. literature, music and fine arch,.ece u. ;u; c Own Storv hl.no discriminating His training and self-imposed disciplines Caught in His Own Story „ M b emg <£* %  n ^ (ween that wmch is common and valid Sometimes international diplomacy can ^^^SSTwilt he finds false amoral and' •nco-npeten,, he harTy be distinguished from out and HS& gWj-JESSES. % tX*X plicity. About the only amusing thing in such ^ ^Sn? V^ a mote, owner announces that his is a restricted situations, we think, is when the diploma* Ju^ themselves become suHiciently involved in ggj and discipline s that have^ shaped his ability to separate wha, 1 J : ~ i s valid from invalid in humankind. And Independence Day is a particularly proper time to demonstrate his discriminating nature and to practice his right to discriminate^ Time was when people did not find themselves free to express their individual and often dissenting opinions in any regard. One loved ones %  moeror outwardly even if inwardly he could be held in easy contemp,; and certainlv. in such matters as literature, the arts, society generally and even science one was wise to be guarded about offering any value judgments whatever because these matters were all manifestations of church and State. # • • • • A Miami Physician is Honored The U.S. Government bestowed a signal honor on a Miami physician when it chose Dr. Nathaniel M. Levin to direct a three-week postgraduate course here spor.oored by the University of Miami. The course, designed to instruct professionals in methods of teaching laryngectomees to speak, attracted top men in the field of esophageal speech from throughout the United States and Canada. Dr. Levin has lonq devoted himself to this highly specialized activity, and the government's decision that he direct the course here dees credit to a dedicated scientist, as well as to the community in which he lives. Working with a distinguished group of faculty members from the University of Miami School of Medicine, Dr. Levin did much to impart his knowledge to others so that they might return to their homes to assist in the process of bringing speech to people whose voice boxes have been surgically removed. Many such afflicted people will be grateful to him and to the top professionals who came here for instruction in a pioneering held of medicine. ,heir own machinations as to be rendered incapable of distinguishing between fact and fancy. A tender example in this regard was the communist-sponsored World Assembly for Peace held in Helsinki. Finland, where a Syrian delegate charged that "warmongering, imperialist Israel'' was "trying to engineer an aggressive m.l.tary pact with the United States.' The speaker. Saleh Akil. is a member of he foreign affairs committee of the Syrian Par lament. In the face of an overwhelming cordiality extended the Arabs by Washington these days —the kind of cordiality that our State Department emphasizes with grants-in-aid and military assistance -perhaps Saleh Akil was a trifle overly enthusiastic in his charges before the World Assembly for Peace. Warmongering, imperialism, aggression — this is all basic vocabulary for the proper communist, and the Syrian delegate could have chosen no better way to endear himself to the hearts of those who heard him than by employing it with gusto. But it surely seemed strange coming bom an Arab whose colleagues, along with the enthusiastic support of our government, has been giving Israel a rather rough time for the past three years. 'Don'ts' for the Diplomat Protocol is a part of diplomacy, and the person in foreign service who ignores protocol must suffer the consequences. A news dispatch from London this week should be set down in the "Don't" department of the Primer for Young Diplomats. The Italian Consul in Jordan, it appears, served his jovial Arab guests some fine cognac for the purpose of offering up a toast vowing eternal friendship between the two nations. The Italian Consul, according to the London dispatch, has been declared persona non grata and asked to return home. The cognac he served the outraged Arabs was made in Israel. Henry Byroade Finally Makes it Where, oh where, is Henry A. Byroade? He is that ambitious young man who was Assistant Secretary of State for Midde Eastern Affairs and who, one day in an "unofficial" address subsequenty pubished by the Government Printing Office, warned Israel it had better forget American Jewry and become part of the Near East world "or else." He is the young career man in the U.S. State Department who had previously helped our government fashion foreign policy for the trouble spot in such a way that Israel could never take his advice, try as its leaders might—try as its leaders sincerely wanted. He is the young man who thinks the Arabs are right without question and who considers the American Council for Judaism to be the only significant Jewish orqanization in the U.S. He is the younq man who would have secret meetings with Elmo Berger, AJC's highpowered executive, before our government issued policy statements with regard to Israel and the Near East. He is now U.S. Ambassador to Egypt. Mr. Byroade is finally home. 1mm CONUEHTiQh REASON BUT INDEPENDENCE DAY has freed us of the need to say or do one thing and feel or believe another And for this very reason it seemed appropriate to watch Old Glory fluttering above the numerous restricted signs along the Gulf Coast. Both symbolized an honest expression of rugged individualism There was no purpose in asking any of the discriminating motel owners what July 4 and the Spirit of 16 mean let alone to explain that marvelous social and economic manifesto written by Thomas Jefferson. Only a few years back, a group of graduate students at the University of Wisconsin carried the DeclaraUofi Of Independence from door to door in Madison, asking people to sign it as an expression of their personal beliefs. The graduate students weren't successful in obtaining signatures: many of them were reported to the FBI for carrying "seditious petitions." Certainly, everyone knows the Declaration of Independence— were all good Americans. No one should be asked to prove his knowledge here. July 4. 1776 granted the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Each of us is afforded this right; if some stumble along the wav in their effort to achieve it, they should expect no added privileges. As a matter of fact, the stumblers may even he trod upon by others hurrying to pursue their happiness. This is the Declaration of Independence. In this regard, happiness must include the ability to discriminate —and this, too. is the Declaration of Independence, as I said before. The flags undoubtedly fluttered from Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson's home on July 4. Mr. Benson was also in the process of practicing his right to discrimination. He could sit back with noble satisfaction and rise in his own self-esteem. Several days before, he had sent off a letter to Sen. Frank Carlson (Rep.-N.D.). in which he said thai "as tar as I am concerned, a security decision at a given time. either adverse or favorable, is not necessarily a decision for all of the future." This remarkable observation demonstrates the most discrimination kind of position imaginable, for it is a manifestation of another frequently practiced inalienable right—the right to no opinion at aft The letter to Sen ( aiNon concerned itself with Mr. Benson's reversal in the Wolf Ladejinsky cast • • • • THE SECRETARY of Agriculture announced on July 4 he had withdrawn his charges against Ladejinsky as ;> security risk. In effect. Mr Benson conceded that more qualified groups examined the Ladejinsky issue since the Tokyo agricultural attache's dismissal by him last Dec 22 Following his ouster. Ladejinsky was cleared by Harold Staasen and the Foreign Operations Administration for a post in Vietnam. President Elsenhower at that time remained non-commital— also safely practicing his right to no opinion—and declared the Jewish scientist would be Mr. Stassen's private responsibility. For newsmen, the President's particular brand of discrimination took on a careful tone of wariness. Vietnam, he told them ambiguously, is "less sensitive than Tokyo." Thus it was that a security risk received clearance for U.S. duty overseas, while neither the President nor the Secretary of Agriculture moved to clear Ladejinsky s name. Mr. Benson's Monday reversal in effect does belatedly just that. Telling Sen. Carlson that his Dec 22 adverse finding in imputing to Ladejinsky membership in two communist front organizations was probably written a bit too hard." he announced that "we now have better coordination all through the government ." Clearly, the matter of coordination refers to security searches. I while the letter in toto only briefly refers to Ladejinsky and principally pardons the State Department for its unwarranted action against him. But the remarkable observation about security decisions in general > remains its key if. n truth, such decisions are not necessarily "for all |oi the future.' then Mr Ladejinsky and his non-discriminating and therefor.' rasped Npporteri are now called upon to take solace in the fact that the agronomist was judged guilty simultaneously as he was eharged beeauM of thc discriminating nature of our time; our tin* now dictates. Mr. Benson implies, that judgments of guilt, if b quently proved groundless, must be excused in the name of Federal iritj and everything for which Independence Day— the da) on which this horrendous whitewash was announced— stands. But Mr Benson's letter also silently warns that Mr. Ladejm^y* revised status need not ,| y ^ regarded as permanent. Ha* la.tn. he tells the discriminating, we may catch him next time around. It would indeed be fitting were the double-talking letter to Sen. Carl** written in and posted from one of those patriotic motels along the Gulf Coast on July 4. Mr Benson would certainly be welcomed as %  *•* there, and he could enter into the Spirit of 76 with both barrels loaded.



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-RIDAY. JULY 8, 1955 U&i&ncricHan \harett Forms Government s Coalition Cabinet Falls Continued from Pago 1 A bake-up was a criminal action (it by the Attorney General gainst M.ilkiel Greenwald, a Miiphlctoer who lost 52 members the family in Nazi gas chambers „l who, after seeking for many i.ir!o learn why the plight of I r i.in Jews had not been preor eased, came up with the rcusation that Dr. Ka-.tnor had elaborated with the Nazis. The llstricl court in Jerusalem impos;i severe fine upon Mr. I wald for charging him with kving -harcd loot with the Nazis. kit found that his charges against |r. Kastncr as a Nazi collaborator ;id heen substantiated except for Dr. Kastner, who during the war eaded the Zionist rescue commitin Budapest, had negotiated an ijrccment with the Nazis for the flease of 600 Jews. The court rulthat in doing so he had been ulty of collaboration and had ived the way for the extermina>n of half a million Hungarian PAGE 5 A Women's Group to Meet Women's Group of the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center at the Canton restaurant. 809 S\V 8th st. Program will include mahjong, cards and scrabble. Co-chair men are Belle Peyser and Naomi will meet Tuesday noon, July 12, i Stiller. DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS OF BROOKLYN, N.Y. wrles Malik of Lebanon (ops UN for Inaction Continued from Pago 1 A Inrth Africa." I Khalid el-Azm, Foreign Minister Syria, tried bluntly to inject In Israel propaganda when he lid in his address that "Zionism" s an offshoot of imperialism." also said "in one instance, that Palestine, the United Nations kd to go off the course of the barter, under the pressure of ne powers, to an abnormal and kprecedented course." [Dr. Van KJeffens actually gavel el-Azm when he began to call the liberation of the peoples North Africa. He warned the n.iii statesman that he could not Jse specific political disputes at celebration meeting. After apanng confused, el-Azm con |ued. but apparently omitted ne of his speech. the* KL ?* S^wKgiou. school contribute $125 from tori! ST T' fU ?w d ,0 M Um Sinai hos P i,al %  *"* labor !" tones. Presenting the contribution is Sidney Greenberq eduhos^ial V1Ce pre8ident acce P 18 ^e check for the Party Will Honor Two Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah Women, Mrs. Jack J. Falk. president, will hold a card party Tuesday evening, July 12, at the Sagamore hotel. Mrs. Abe Singer is card party chairman, and Mrs. Jack Muravchick is hospitality chairman. The party will honor the birthday of two Hanna Senesch members, Mrs. Maurice Collegman and Mrs. Moc Katman. Memorial Service at Spinoia Forum for Charles Lee Memorial service for the late Charles H. Lee, who died in New York July 1. will be held Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Mr. Lee was a charter member of Uje Spinoza Forum and took an active part in its programs during the past 20 years. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Forum, will deliver the memorial address. liami 'Friends of Chamber Music' Sign Top Quartets to Appear Here LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 • %  jfe INTRODUCING "FAMILY PLAN %  •• Children, under 14, FREE with parents The BURLINGTON HOTEL 100% perfect comfort, service, convenience. Excellent eccommodatiom... warm, friendly atmosphere. friends of Chamber Music of Mihave arranged for the New Sic Quartet, top ranking Amerquartet, to pen its concert Son of chamber music. le quartet will perform on Dec. I in the auditorium of White iple Church. ensemble, which played a fcert in the Miami area last May [he program of National Federaof Music Clubs convention, heard by several members of Friends, who recommended to rugram committee that it be led for the opening prom jartet members are Broadus first violin; Matthew Rai^di, second violin; Walter Tram. viola; David Soyer, 'cello. ie group will participate again dimmer in the International ten Festival in Colorado, Jre it will be the quartet-in-resi|ce. The group specializes in temporary* music to the exof including one such work on program, if desired, but also Is early Beethoven and late Mo |ther ensembles signed by the pds for its first season of 1955re Virtuosi di Roma, Jna. 24; lanini Quartet. Feb. 29, and Arts Trio. Mar. 29. The in Arts Trio is headed by Dan|Guilet, concert master of the liphony of the Air and first violin the Cuilet Quartet. 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FRIDAY. JULY + kistJkit!*3£PAGE 6 A ,v Candlelight Affair For Miss Markowii.' ~ And DonaklS. Rose A candlelight ceremony at the Su • • hotel Sundaj united Francine Claire Markowitl and Donald Spencer Rose in marriage Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Frieda Markowitl and the late Nathan Markowitl. 837 Venetian iy. and the brides unck -father. Harry Mark BW her in mania rkowiti %  dlenna len' lacc l The pliqued A tiara held her veil ar rried white orchids and was son of 1 • %  i U ... Mrs. *!'; JacsfcsM Miss Lipkin Wears <'hontillv I acc Tulle • (iown tor ( c!\inoii\ Miss Silverstone Weds Mr. Garrison %  %  i in marr rents. N v The R<-\ | of 0I Bro. I of H • V ,nd Richard H ward Com. of were united in ght ceremony 'uly 3. in the Shel:e! Rabbi Morris A Skop. • rmed the the daughter I Mr at I 1 SW 11th -• Mr i an is the Pr and Mrs Bernard Coan. Twentiet i T ss Lipkin was attended by her : MrRobert S Kat2. of Weimatron of honor a the sister bridesmaid w £ N. Y.. Mr Mrs n r in Ft S ?H s Miss Gewitz Plans Rites for (October : aer prl yRobert wen A.Ian Lip• SdrwaiH. both of Beach ;e by her father. the bride wore a chantilly lace and wn over satin with boufrt and scoop neckline A held her iir.certip %  her bridal Bible • and ^tephanotis scades of Recept %  Orchid Theme at Tallcs. .lacobson Wedding Ceremony An orchid theme was carr..-.i out | at the nuptial ceremonies i | \i, SJ Phyllis Talle.s and Mclvin J son. Saturday in the Colon;. '-.tan. r^nt Dr Jacob H. Kaplan TeaJ pie Israel rabbi emeritus irffjj ated. The bride is the daughter f Mr and Mrs. Jacob Talles. 166: \w 16th It, and the hridegr m j, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip j. cobson. of Pittsburgh. Pa. Mrs. Morton Feit was Matron of r for her sister, and Da. .rl jj. eobaofl -erved as best man ; n h\% brother Flower girl Ubbj e j,. cobMO, sister of the bride:room, won a blue organdy dre All the women attend -: the ceremony were given orch:' and the wedding canopy was in orchi The bride wore a ballerina length crystalet gown and illurion vel She carried tw white orchids on a Bible, gjft of her 1 fat her. The Jacobsons left on a v. iding trip for Pitts;>urth and New York after a dinner at the Col"Restaurant They will live in Mn Gene Troop tttkmi N. (MI Co wen. Hersh To Live in Miami At 5 p.m Sunday in the PermShady hotel in Pittsburgh Pi, Merle Marlene Cowen and Murray Earl Hersh. of Miami, wer ed. The bride is the daughter I Mr and Mrs Irving Cowen. of Pittsburgh The bridegroom"* parcsil are Mr and Mrs. Henr> 12825 NW 8th ave. Mr Cowen gave his dauc :er in marriage. She wore a silk taffeta ballerina length dress, a matching cap which held her veil. carried white orchids and the-valley. Attending Misa Cowen were Mrv Leonard Pianin. Hanie' Gordon and Faye Nevins, and f girl Cheryl Pianin Their were ballerina-length in colon Shia Shapiro was best Mr Hersh. and the usher Sylvan Simon and Elliott After a tour of the %  I >idri-ssni I 'Ml mn. t.tkmri S. P.//o wore pnr.for. •> S :-he0fl states, the couple will mak 'het^ home in Miami. : Ml Natalie Blacker Views Pall Wedding Dr. and 1 ** Mr J> U** the Fay and the la 1 k. 2508 SW 10* to Ronald Tambor. The The Tpr candlelight cereBSW1! Lodge in altar decorated r.ox ave M each 'white i and baby talie graduated b breath, shell pir.k sweetheart read mod. NJand ess • and pink candand is a junior at the 1 Banrtb officiated. and uncle of the bride. Jack D and the Irvine Pietrack Quartet ofBohrer and Mr and Mrs Sully fered the traditional nuptial meloBlasberg, cousins of the bride, all ; : Sir Dr of InMiami Mr Timber is a graduate of Mire Medical ami Beach Huh School and the School. He was a VM School .eenng He is e Thespians and Phi r1 by Cm: Aircraft. East a medicai fratera;:> Hanford. Coon and orange queen orchid cor and ice blue and orchid *nutlet respectively Table decoration* %  >f sweetheart roses, baby breath, white pompoms and shell pir.k pe<"..< Ail flower designs were executed by the Black-t>>ne Flower Shops. Among outKif-town guests were Mr and Mrs jack Weinnb. aunt He er ".he arroe : VV An early fall wedding ha< been pinaaaed dies Best mar was Myron H Polfrom New York %  rother of the groom, and the The bride is a graduate of Miami were seated by \be Beach Senior High School, where Marshall Pepshe was a member of the National P*r Me'. j> Silbert. Mel Honor Society She majored in eleDawdow. Donald Bertowitz and mentary education at the I'niverJerry Pollack t Miami graduating with honher wedding day. the bnde vh M a member of Alpha chose a white lace ba'llenna over Lambda Delta and Phi Kappa Phi rt The fitted T"* Rf 00 !" graduated from Tech rogt'ls I\eVO;li gh and the UaiveiaUji of Florida FpanCtnsVs 'I'l*< >t l"" Min tnmOmt for*' •a b**T Swirtt line, edged in hand-clipped lace H majored in architecture and design with miniature b ->f Gargoyle H"n(>r bow length rr,:-ipleroented nd **• Lambda Phi social frathe costume Her three-quarer ternjUes He >erved with the IS length French ihasicn i 'Vtriple-tiered and held in place by a For her going awa> costume, the cakK of pearls and leal design outnde ehwaa a na%y travelling enhned in -ed p*arls Her >r.l> **mble with white accessories and jewelry consisted of a strand of double white orchid corsage l'pun pearU ad >he earned a cascade completion of a honeymoon trip bowawet i 'he-valley, white to Mex.co CMj and Acapulco. the phae • orchids and centernewlyweds will reside in Miami ed with two white hybrid orchids Maid of honor was Florence Har *"**€ fo SfMfA attired m pale bine tulle wnh At the regular meeting of • "hm g stole. She earned a easMianu Women's I nit of He was a ;:10 Mr and Mrs. Joseph Foge SW 31st ave.. announce tl* engagement of their da-jehter. Francine. to Philip S Bibir ft W Bibicoff h the son of Mr. and Mm Irving Bibicoff. of Brookh %  The prospective bride i-'•"!', uate of Miami Senior High vb *S She attended the Universit ami. where *he majored hi —~M ogy and was a member of the I oology chin. Mr. Biucoff graduated he Stuy^esant High School. N> I nited | and the Vmversity of U-r wtwe t Pollack leroi the bnde. 815 pa. Louis Altmeyer. presi erepe. and Mrv dent of the Young Adult Fellow %  other of the groom. Cbnh. wiU speak on the ac •hasty rose Usswe taUle Both l!!!??. 1 o( the You11 Adult Cereorehad corsages. 'SL ^^ *?* lni,wl Cerebral \ Or of arta degree in J" n0 .1 was on the dean* &* **. •f Phi %  men's iwworary. The Pals, Chase. 16U SW U st. bnd. -n in now an upper fr„ Cmverstty of Miasni law school



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)AY, JULY 8. 1955 fir PAGE 7 A is Queenth's Ring pries Medical Stud bride'i ring was an heirloom [ng hand of antioue gold first by her maternal grandmoth,hanged hands once again [jnday, -June 26. at a noon ring ceremony, uniting in lagt< Miss Francine Barbara ith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \c Quecnth. 499 NE 102nd St., (i. and Arthur Adler Fleisch' son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jeiscber, Sr., 120 Salamanca [(oral Gables. bin Dr. Joseph R. Narot offiin the Ocean Lounge of the I'l.i/a hotel at an altar decorwith baby breath, white |r~. hell pink carnations and lln .ni roses. Best man was bth.-r of the groom, and Allen [ling. Charles H. NUW, r w Meeker. Stanley Pred, Howirumer and Sanford Kimball |cil. Nuptial melodies were ofby Juan Cortex and his quarLn in marriage by her father. %  ride chose floor-length white tulle over very bouffant |l taffeta. The fitted waist was in an off-shoulder line with sleeves, accented by an edge ian>! clipped alencon lace t> highlighted by tiny brilli (inlands of the daisies casdown the front of the skirt. iwn of seed pearls and rhinels held the double-tiered fingInylh veil of imported French m, ^ee quarter long nylon tulle is completed the ensemble. [the traditional "something lived," the bride wore her pr's pearls. She carried a I Bible centered with two hj hrid orchids and showered stcphanotis. iron of honor and sister of ide was Mrs. Carl F. Knobland maid of honor was Miss Was Grandmother's; enl in Noon Rites I Barbara Ann Fleischer, -i^tpr of the "room. They wore identical ballerina gowns of shell nink silk organza over mauve taffeta, the boat necklines accented by braid ed organza and wearing matching headpieces. Both carried heartshaped fans of baby orchids with pink niaMne shower. Flower girls were Rieki Diane and Martina Sharon Knobloch, nieces of the bride. They wore nylon dotted Swiss over ice blue and shell pink taffeta and carried nosegays of sweetheart roses and shell pink c ar nations. Mrs. Quecnth, mother of the bride, chose cocoa brown silk Georgette topped with ecru Belgian lace and dendrobium brown orchid corsage. Mrs. Fleischer, mother of the groom, chose pale blue handkerchief linen with mioiatu*-* bugle bead design and while orchid corsage. Mrs. Ida Greenbern. attired in a summer print, took charge of the guest book and wore an on bid wristlet. The ceremony was follow e d ly a reception and luncheon dam,n ithe I r.perial room of the Rone) Plaza hotel. Floral decorations were executed, by the Blackstone Flower Shops. Among out-of town guests were Mrs. Esther Z. Cooley, who flew in from Sweden for the occasion; Mrs. Ida Greenberg. aunt of the bride from Newark. N.J.; and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Fleischer. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin August. Mrs. Samuel G. Friedman and Mr. Gordon Block, aunts and uncles of the groom, all from Philadelphia. The bride's schools are the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Laurelton Hall, Milford, Conn., the University of Miami and the Davis Institute of Medical Technology. She was president of Delta Iota Tau sorority and is at present an active registered medical technologist. The grjom graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Science degree cum laude and is now attending the University ef Miami School of Medicine. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa. Alpha Sigma I'psilon and Phi Delta Epsilon fraternities. He was named in the 1954 "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." Upon completion of a wedding trip to Nassau in the Bahamas, Mr. and Mrs Fleischer will reside in Coral Gables. Miss Jean lim merman, Ollanik rot ha I Revealed and Mrs. Ely Zimmerman, of h-ity City. Mo., announced at i party Sunday the engage of their daughter, Joan, to Ollanik. bridegroom la the son of N Mrs. Morris Ollanik. 121 8th ct. bride-elect was graduated [University City High School Jttended Indiana University. Ollanik is a student at St. U 'M liege of Pharmacy and Alkionces. He has served in the I w 'th the Far East Command. ate has been set for the wedDcrl Kunst to l)c Mitzvah Here "••" Paul Kunst will become 1 in during Saturday mornmices of Beth David Syria*>n of Mr. and Mrs. Max I 1640 SW 14th St.. Robert ly* eighth grade of Shenan [Junior High School and the pear of Hebrew High School. Is a member of Boy Scout M at Beth David. •"Mown guests at the Bar h will include Robert's unpm Kunst. ng guests of honor at a re% honoring the Bar Mitzvah home Sunday will be his Pmother. Mrs. Lillian Snyder Bon Vovatfe Parties Fete Xussbaums A series of Bon Voyage dinner parties preceded the departure of the Milton Nus.sbaums, of 4333 North Jefferson ave., Miami Beach. Together with their two daughters. Renee and Fredelle, they sailed June 29 on the S.S. Constitution. They are planning to be away all summer, combining business and pleasure, touring Europe. Just before leaving Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nussbaum were dinner hosts in their home to the entire family—Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert. parents of Evelwi Nussbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merritt (Ruth Merritt is sister to Mrs. Nussbaum), and Mr. and Mrs. R. Zane Alpert. Evelyn's brother. Mrs. Arthur Fleischer PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr and Mrs Henry Seitlin. of 327 Jefferson ave.. have returned home after a three-month tour abroad. Following eight weeks in Israel, the Seitlins divided their time in Italy, Switzerland and France.


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.V tmittitkrtMw FRIDAY, JULY 8. u PAGE 8 A 9^^^^^^f9 f — '" GLOBAL SHORTS Zt% !" ^. jrfWt^ iwk P P nnltv for Treason Congress Approves 1956 ^H^'N n r A P^2 K ^^ F | 1 Death Penalty for Treason Remains Israel Army law JERUSALEM tJTA>—The Nrae! Congress Approves 1956 Economic Aid for Israel WASHINGTON JTA) tinned economic and techn Parliament gave final approval t<. unuea economi* ..... ." %  %  •S3 -ince 1948 The i will atteo members <>t the armed vilian employes ol the P| rteU l wi rking army and private firms WASHINGTON D.C A : thai Tiaha b'Ab be conw into MI annu ...... thi eoi i of mankind i r, anti Sernitism afTd the rtatructlofl of Jewish behind the Iron Curtail le in Dr v mittee in 'he Mu-ual Securitj eu ;., • ie"bf The f tional n bill which fa ih M nthly. published by Intai The bill included no R/I Dr Kaplan Movement, on3ffl£?hiSta£Tl2 e£ The full report on the bill will .HMldn him whether therel Irtl of he for the Middle East in which the constructioi "" 5um allotted for Israel is inclu article in i imitation of the death sentence for releas ed soon. ^ son. The House was divided on this point, but accepted it after an Q r# Rozenfal Named Israel Honorary Consul in Colombia ister David Ben Gurion. U.S. Arms to Iraq Spell No Danger, Jernegan Says WASHINGTON 1JTA1 — The State Department's view that American military aid to Iraq does not threaten Israel was expressed by John Jernegan. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, in testimony on the Mutual Security bill released the State pels the neei for mourning the destruction oi Jerusalem a n d the Tempi.' Dr Kaplan replied that Tiaha b'Ab should be retained II a Jewish holiday, but that "the traditional forms and the conventional spirit NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Salvador Rozental. representative of the n wmc h it has been observed hithJewisfa Agency in Colombia. has e rto na ve to undergo change in been appointed Israel'* honorary keeping with the new conditions Consul in Bogota. Colombia. Dr crea tcd bv the establishment of the Rozental has performed in the past many missions for the Latin American Department of the Jewish Agency, and for the Israel Foreign Office, in many parts of the Continent in 1949. he served as a tem Bamett Janner Elected Head State of Israel and the new sensi tivity to old wrongs Tisha b'Ab OCCttn tinyear on, July 28 Presentation of a new American flag for the day campers of Camp Ma-Ka-Bee. sponsored by the Town Branch of the. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is made by the Norman Bruce Brown Post of Jewish War Veteran*. Taking part in the presentation are (left to right) Jack Regal. Pott trustee; Hy Morris. Past State Commander of Florida; Mrs. Alvin Horowitz, chairman. Day Camp Committee, Town Branch; Sidney Bergman, Senior Vice Commander. Norman Bruce Brown Post; and Israel Silver, director. Camp Ma-KaBee. me .mutual scemii} uin i tii-d.-t-u _„._. Aa tn ,u. i crrl „i iv HPIP here by the House Foreign Affairs P" r > alde ,0 lhe Israel LN de,e Of Board of Jewish Deputies r:.. if. l.. nnn .,n i...,.l Ballon. Committee. Mr. Jernegan stated that US. military aid to Iraq should be an "assurance"' to Israel that Arab states, such as Iraq. linked to states like Turkey and Great Britain, which "quite ob-j NKW YORK (JTA) — Negotiaviousl) are not enemies of Israel.' tions between the Austrian Govgat Jewish Claims Committee Resumes Talks With Austria •not going to engage tures against her." in advenMore Residencies Sought In American Hospitals ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)—A call for the granting of more residencies and research fellowships for Israel physicians in American hospitals and medical institutions, was sounded here at the fifth annual assembly of the American Physicians Fellowship Committee of the Israel Medical Association. Several hundred of the committee's 1.800 members attended the assembly ernment and the Committee for Jewish Claims on Austria have re sumed in Vienna the Committee announced here. The negotiations deal with legislative and administrative measures for alleviating the plight of Jewish victims of Nazi persecution in Austria, and particularly those who were forced to emigrate. Mayor Wagner Leaves Israel; Impressed With Progress < LONDON (JTA>—Barnett Janj ner. Labor MP. was elected president to the Board of Deputies of British Jews to succeed Dr. Abraham Cohen, who resigned. Dr. Cohen was named an honorary board member Florida Federal Gets Permit Here Receiving a permit this week to open the Florida Federal Savings and Ian Association in the downtown Miami area was a group of persona headed by Paul H. H. Marks, local attorney. Marks revealed here that the application was substantiated by an ARE YOU PLANNING A VACATION TRIP? OXFORD CAMP THI ONLY KtSIDINT CAMP ON MIAMI BIACH can accept a limited number of DAY and RESIDENT campers by the week or month SWIMMING POOL ON PREMISES FISHING DOCKS FIELD TUPS ARTS A CRAFTS DRAMATICS MOVIES SfORTS I0ATING Tutoring Available Call *r Visit fei economic reported submitted by TEL AVIV (JTA)-New York's Julian Mngner of Market Research Mayor Robert F. Wagner left Israel,Associates. __,._. after a four-dav visit, expressing' No loca,lon for Honda Federal himself as deeplv impressed bv has >' et ^en announced the achievements of Israel and as-L Comprising its first board are suring the Israel people of the sym*"•* ^ C'T^o W ? *S tr pathy of New Yorkers He noted lf : ed ,. B Parker. Robert L. Rice that both Americans and lamella!* P _Camro ,_C. OttUtril Babcock fight for democratic ways of life. "J S f ymou ;,P Kc,,h ,. „ of Israel looks to the Jews of AmerKarlier ne was fetcd at j cr usal-! Marks said tne association hopes ica to continue and intensify their crns ( j (v Ha n support of Israel Bonds through I the Development Corporation for t u *> Israel." Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. C orSI TellS Avory Some chief executive head of the new officials Don't Want Migrants Cleveland Acclaims Bond Head; Sales Hit $436,000 CLEVELAND (JTA)—"The State the Jews of America to continue and intensify their to open by next November. Israel Bond organization, told a capacity audience at the dinner; CHICAGO (JTA)—Emphasizing here dedicated tojhe economic dethat the refugee problem "is not a Jewish problem." Edward J. Corsi. former U.S. Commissioner of Immigration, told a Combined fense of Israel. The audience assembled to welcome Dr. Schwartz to Cleveland applauded the announcement that S436.450 in Israel Development Bonds had been sold for the occasion. Institute for Ethical Studies In Atomic Age Established NEW YORK (JTA)—Establishment of an Institute for Ethical Studies in the Atomic Age. which will enable scholars to devote full time to studies that might bring ethics, theology and philosophy to a high level commensurate with scientific achievements, was anJewish Appeal dinner here that "there is a hard core of men in I Congress who do not want immi[gration at all, and who mislead the | American people concerning the j whole problem, playing on old fears and prejudices." Dade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. ltd STREET Phone HI 4-2011 Catering Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele W* are one of Miami's leading Jewish Monument Dealers 1204 West Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. Ph. 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)AY. JULY 8, 1955 IPM4C#> ntr/HHrwn PAGE 9 A 1 ;LIGIOUS DIRECTORY TH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will [ |s rdaj momine services at : Vnnkov G. Rosenberg, pointed spiritual leader, %  ite and preach on the, \\\ Portion. Daily services will a.m. and 6:45 p.m. • • • iuDATH ISRABL'' HEBREW flTUTE will hold Friday eveIservices at 7. Saturday mornJcrvices are at 9. Rabbi Isaac will officiate, with Cantor r l Lutman rendering the musJMrtiona of the liturgy. Hosts Iddush will be Mr. and Mrs. Shenker in memory of their At 6:30 p.m.. Rabbi Ever will L Ethics of the Fathers. Minlollows at 7. Daily services will 8 a.m. and 7 p.m., with Sun[morning services scheduled [AGLER • GRANADA JEWISH UJNITY CENTER will hold wening services at 6:45. t-day morning services are at 9. Indlelighting Time Tammui It — 6:54 p.m. 1 11 Hpim will officiate and a %  the topic: "To Apprecitml Being Appreciated." Minli at 6:45 p.m.. followed by EPETH ISRAEL NORTHCENTER will hold Friday fnj: services at 8:30. Jack will officiate in the absence ibbi Abraham Herson. Satur I morning services are at 9, Kidciush following. • IESETH ISRAEL CONGRE |ON will hold Friday evening res at 6:30 Saturday morning reare at 8;30. Class in Ethics Fathers will be held at 6:15 followed by Mincha and |v. ... • • • 4PLE BETH SHOLOM will [Friday e\ening services at Albert Comanor, executive lor of Jewish Family Service, ii-cuss: "The Lost Child" lay morning services are at (i.ntor Samuel Kelemer will |r 'I e muMcal portions of the WLE ISRAEL of Miami will [Friday evening prayer servlt 8:15. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening Strv> ICM at 8:15 Rabbi Morris Skop will' devote his sermon to the 750th an-' niversary of Moses MaiiTionides. This will mark the closing Friday evening service until Aug. 19. Saturday morning services are at 9:45, when Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toback, 5700 San Vicente, becomes Bar Mitzvah. The Tobacks will be hosts at Kiddush following. < %  • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15, with Cantor Maurice Neu rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Lucille Moore will direct the choir. Guest speaker will deliver the sermon in the absence of Rabbi Henry Okolica. Saturday morning services are at 9. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7. Saturday morning services are at 9. Mincha will be at 6 p.m, followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the Pianists and accordionists here gave performances last week at a student-musicale sponsored by their teacher, Mrs. Harold Robin, 2250 SW 28th st. They are (left to right, seated) Rochelle Herman, Judy Harris, Susan Cash, Larry Krant. Sybil Sernaker, Joyce Gold and Dena Goldstein. Standing are Matt Meehan, Carol Goldstein, Fred Berney, master of ceremonies, Mrs. Robin, Susan Freedman. Warren Berney and Susan Barnett. liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Mincha will be at 6.45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are scheduled for 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before sundown. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will discuss: "Who are Our Enemies and Who Are Our Friends." Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 9 a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will preach on the topic: 'The Missing Shepherd." Rev. Rudolph Brill will render the musical portions of the liturgy. PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI Qfatmmt of Condition Compare ETLET TEA with any other Irani ST* SMOUS 1137 ien Compare ETLET TEA with any other brand l*M teat Ota. COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES Commercial Loans Safe' Deposit Vaults • Special Checking Accounts • Collection Department Consumer Credit Dept. 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FRIDAY, Jul y, .V Anderson in Second Appearance Here I.eRov Anderson, noted conductoc-corapoter, will make hisecond -uccessive guest appearance with the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening. July 10. at Miami Beach Auditorium. The fourth summer program will feature the Hungarian March. -RakoczN. by Berlioz. Overture to The Gypsy Baron." .by Strauss: Valse Triste, Sibelius; and Marche Slav, Tschaikowskj AJsO to be heard are Caprii by RimskyKoi and • ersoi W rta Scottish T h e S ram will will M Beat The Heat With Teiley Tea Now that the summer ihere, our minds turn to thoughts of keeping c o o I. Different pi makdifferent suggestions for keeping cool Some people saj I poin North Pole is the thi n • m happen in the sumOthers flee to the mountains i.struggle to 'h.' %  <•.< -iii location for over lour years and with a lont) record oi satisfied patron-, Weiss formerlj operated markets in Brook lyn and Greei field Park, Catskill Mountain-. Sol's ,o? her Meat and Poultn Market. iewlj remodeled, istrictly koshei and under the supervi sion oi Vxudath Israel Vaad H kashruth Kashruth at the marl el i ;i n plica of the rigid kosher standard I in y, own home, he said. Newh announced la a sell v i ice dairy products department at Sol's Kosher Meat and Poultry Market The dairy department will be entirely separate from the meat market in order to guarantee continued kosher standards and will Nature top quality Sunny Brook dairy products. Also available at Sol's is a grill for those interested in barbecuing their meats and poultry. Again Setting the Pace %  %  %  Still America's Fastest Growing Savings Institution You can join the thousands who benefit from Statement of Condition the advantages of Washington Federal's j UN £ 30, lf$S program of Double Protection and Planned ccc -rc Personal Service. Aibtl> They know their savings are insured up Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 1,733,101.25 to S 10.000 for each account, by a permanent |j S Government Bonds .. 1,015,415.99 agency of the United States Government^ Mort ^ e 1MM 10.269.466.94 and there ,s no finer form of insurance. J JJ^ ^^ 77,212.32 Thev appreciate that their savings, %  entrusied to the care of Washington Federal, Federal Home Loan are mainly invested in the choicest of all Bank Stock JW.UOU.00 securities—loans on owner-occupied homes. Building Improvements and In addition, they welcome the helpful. Equipment — Net 97.498.59 personal services which are responsible, in Deferred Charges and such a large measure, for Washington Other Assets 34,768.96 Federal's dynamic growth. Total Assets tl3,427,464.05 SEND FOR YOLR FREE COP* LIABILITIES AND RESERVES of Washington Federal'* booklet Savings Accounts $11,915,225.85 — "What Happen* to vour Dollar in I v?a i^o a: Washmgton Federal." It talk, Loans in Process 1,Z74,172.(V5 in an interim* pctore-atory, Other Liabilities 24,000.21 v. hat (toe* on'I nide Washington %  „ _. _-_ _^ Federal." Just -end u your Surplus and Reserve* 214,065.36 aXII; .tJpXrXoTlnS! Total Liabilities & Reserves $13,427,464.05 1. Liberal Dividends 2. Savings Insured up to $10,000 per account 3. Convenient—1244 Washington Ave. between City Hall and the Post Office 4. Save by Mail —No Postage Required f>. Unique Home Improvement Plan (>. Safe Deposit Boxes at Lowest Cost in Florida 7. Payment of Electric and Ga* Bills 8. Open Monday Night 7 to 9 9. Christmas. College and Vacation Clubs 10. Free Notary Public Service 11. Travelers Checks and Money Orders 12. Large Free Parking Area CONVENIENT HOURS We're open Monday thru Friday 10 AM to 4 PM and Monday Evenings 7 to 9 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS JACK 0 CORDON. Pw i M lM ARTHUR M. COURSHON. CK.m.n .( h fa^ OIORG* W. HIRSCH, Vic. FfWMM •"<• r Kft n W m IN ClUf R. Vic* r,.„4.n. MICHAEL STKttlOW. Vk fraTHant MIITON M OAYNOR. T,..,„,„ CLAUDE PEPPER JACK R. COURSHON CHARLES VUVIRS I WASHINGiTONt FEDERAL SAVIN f*Xii D LOA 7' ASSOC,AT| ON MIAMI BEACH 1244 WASH.NGTON AVENUE BETWEEN CITY HAIL AND THE POST OFF.CE



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)AY. JULY 8, 1955 -Jewish fkrkji&n PAGE 11 A raeli Boy Scouts Arrive in US. To Participate in National Tour NEW YORK—A selected group of nine Israeli Boy Scouts, includ I i in and a Catholic, received the greetings of a Pa trol of New ,i<> upon (heir arrival in New York-Xuadatf fffnrd Ihc-ll A from Haifa P^lfcM **I?* Invited to make a tour of Scout camps in the United States ;md to participate in the World Scout Jamboree in Canada in August. (Israeli visitors were met by a New York Scout patrol. Scout offl and .Jewish leaders. At cere—— mi shipboard the visitors Israel presented the blue and L flag of their country to their greeters and the U.S. in turn, gave an American a their foreign guests rkoming the youth were i.ii Dafnl. Acting Consul-GenInt Israel, who greeted them in III of his government, and Rabrving Miller, chairman of the Zionist Council, who bid welcome in behalf of all the i-i organizations in the United The American Zionist ICH is coordinating the Scouts' throughout the country in coration with the Boy Scouts of pica, whose guests they will be various encampments visitMeeting them in behalf of the |t organization were Frank L. national chairman, Commit • Jewish Scouting of the Boy t-of America; and District AtB Edward S. Silver of Brook -presenting the Metropolitan icil of the Committee on JewScouting. 1 delegation was chosen to sent the 9.000 Israeli Boy 2 s at the eighth annual Jains'hich will take place at ara-on-the-Lake. Ontario, for lays beginning Aug. 18. This le first time that the State of il will be represented at the lational gathering of scoutHaifa. Tel Aviv and other cities in Israel. The Moslem youth is 15 year-old Naeem Hassan Abdallah Mansoor. from the village of Tira. Farid Na/ri Makhleh. 26 years old. is a Catholic Scout leader from Nazareth ii Israelis, who expressed deat being permitted to meet fellow Scouts from the UnitRates, will visit camps near Haven, Providence. Boston. delphia, Washington, Buffalo at Narrow slmrg. N. Y., before to Canada Prior to their offijur they will see the sights of York and will be guests at I I Consulate, 11 East 70 tomorrow (Wednesday) afteriging in age from 15 to 17. MM s come from Jerusalem. IN THE MAIL Editor, The Jewish Floridian: In your last week's rssue an ad of the Mogen Dovid Meat Products appeared in connection with the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus. In that ad the writer insinuated that there are irregularities in Kashrus. because as the writer puts it, "The big interest of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus is money." To be honest to ourselves, fair to the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus, and truthful to the Rabbinical Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of the Vaad, I wish to state here openly, publicly and truthfully that: 1. I am connected with the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus longer than the Mogen Dovid, and That the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus never took a cent from me for supervision or endorsement. That the Rabbinical Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. never took any product free of charge from me. 4. That none of the Vaad's mashgichim took anything free of charge from us as a "token of appreciation." It is my honest conviction and belief that all honest Kosher butchers, shochtim and other dealers in kosher products will assure you that they also had the same experience. Hoping you will give my letter "L'maan Hoemes" the proper place in your newspaper. HENRY MERMELSTEIN Kosher Butcher, Miami 3. Marking the first time in history that Israel will participate in the World Jamboree of International Boy Scouts, nine Israeli Boy Scouts including Moslem pnd Christian youths, arrived in New York City aboard the S.S. Jerusalem, enroute to Niagara-on-theLake. Ontario, the site of this year's international gathering of scouts. The Israeli scouts were welcomed by a delegation of American Boy Scouts who presented them with an American flaa and in turn received an Israeli flag from the boys from the Near East. The Israeli scouts were selected from among 5,000 Israeli Boy Scouts to represent their country. Proceeds for Israel Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, president of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women, announces a luncheon and card party on Tuesday noon. July 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. 1860 SW 4th st. Proceeds are for the Children's Village and Farm School in Ranana, Israel. Be Sure Your Vacation Plans Include TRAVELERS CHEQUES! Travelers cheques are safe—handy—good anywhere, anytime. Replaced If lost or stolen. It's just like insuring your money! 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Gordon attributes a good deal of the success "to the progressive policies and personalized services to customers, carried out by a youthful board of directors." Board chairman for Washington Federal is Arthur H. Courshon, 35 years old. Both men were among the founders of the Association two and one-half years ago. However, "a sound approach" has governed the rapid rise, Gordon said. Reserve balance was boosted 50 percent in six months to $213,000. "We believe that safety is more important than mere growth," Gordon added. "Intelligent and progressive planning, carried out with an emphasis on personal service to customers, has been our policy." Sony-Price Up! Beginning with its issue of July 1, The Jewish Floridian will charge twenty cents for single copies. The increase comes as a result of increased production costs and the fact that The Jewish Floridian is now larger than before. This new policy in no way affects the annual subscription rate for local readers, which remains three dollars per year and five dollars for two years. ESTABLISHED MIAMI LAW OFFICE ii as opening for youne attorney. Good opportunity. Write: T., S., Bex 2973, Miami It. Heart Association Names Sweeny New Treasurer James C. McClelland, chairman of the board of the Heart Association oi Greater Miami, announced this week the election of Joseph A. Sweeney, certified public accountant, as treasurer of the Association. LEGAL NOTICE Congregations Institutions Attention Modern Rabbi, forceful speaker, teacher, organizer, former chaplain and officer of Haflanah, now vacationing in Miami and available for paraonal interview. Cal JE i-sees. Charge for Unveiling Notices Beginning with its issue of July 1, The Jewish Floridian will charge five dollars for the insertion of unveiling notices in its columns. Announcement of this new policy has been the result of increased production costs and the premium placed upon space availability. Many English • Jewish newspapers throughout the nation adopted this procedure seme time age, and The Jewish Floridian has withheld from charging fer unveiling insertions as long as possible in line with its desire te give readers maximum service. HOUSE Of PICTURES Miami's Newest Large Selection of Fine Prints — Oilo Engraving* Modern — Traditional Framed — Unframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Repairs Open Mon. 41 Fn. til 9 p.m. 6237 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 14-9112 SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 34 New Yorker interested in making Miami Beach my future home. Fine character, loyal, advertising background, never been married, top personality, and comes 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. 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1 NEW ZIONIST CROUP EMERGING HERE? liBwJIiJb-IBojtiidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1955 SECTION B NEWS Of THE WEEK IN REVIEW •* Government Picks Miami Man to Lead International Postgraduate Course Conducted at Med School Here Thirty-two postgraduate students arc now back at their various posts throughout the United States and Canada helping to teach patients talk again, who had their larynx or voice box removed. The postgraduate students will also train other teachers in universities and centers in special methods of speech production. They gathered here to participate in an interesting and unique course recently held under the sponsorship of the University of Miami School of Medicine, Dr. Dr. Mmtkmmhl levin UVE DUE lr. Finn Named board Chairman ly Civic League Election of Dr. Leonard H. Finn < hairman of the board of directs of the Civic League of Miami Lin was announced this week by J.I Pcrlmutter, president of the r ycarol(l civic organization. Harry Zukernick, attorney and bt president of the Civic League, Homer Marsh, Dean. The students included professors in universities, heads of speech and hearing centers, representatives from leading medical groups. Veterans Administration hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Thee three-week course was the first in the United States — or even in the world—on such a high professional level. Another first was the fact that the United States Government—actually, the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation in Washington, D. C, Department of Health, Education and Welfare— made the entire project possible by granting scholarships to the highly qualified professionals from throughout this nation and Canada. Dr. Nathaniel M. Levin, M.D., F.A.C.S., was selected by the U.S. government to organize and direct the postgraduate course at the UM school of medicine. When expectations are finally realized, the training program will help lessen the shortage of teachers in this highly elected vice chairman of the % ard. He served as a member of group's civic affairs committee M year. |l>r Finn, a past president of the iunn Beach Dental Society, also a former president of the Civic tague. He is a past chairman of !<' City of Miami Beach planning kard. |l'< Finn, a past president of the rc.itcr Miami Alumni Association Alpha Omega dental fraternity, chairman of the Interamerican fade and Cultural Center coramit•f <>f the Miami Beach Taxpayers sociation. A recipient of the Legion of lent from the Array Air Force for ledieal department research, Dr. f<" ii -taff member of Mt. Sinai [ tal. Perlmutter said that Jiih the aid of Dr. Finn, Zuckerpek and fust vice president Allen '!dl>crg, the Civic League will aunch an intensive memberMp drive Halfway Mark Viewed at Sinai By Early Fall Nearly $1,800,000 have been raised in the campaign to construct, a new $4,000,000 Mt. Sinai Hospital, it has been announced by Daa B. Ruskin. chairman of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Development Fund. The new hospital is a joint project of Mt. Sinai Hospital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Ruskin this week called a progress-report luncheon meeting of the campaign committee for Wednesday noon, July 13, in the Memorial Room of the hospital, at continued, which time reports will be heard from the physicians committee headed by Dr. S. Charles Werblow. Invited to address the group will be Dr. Herman Smith, authority and consultant on hospital construction, who will arrive in this area from Chicago July 11. Dr. Smith is expected to confer with Mt. Sinai officials and local medical authorities concerning final plans and detail changes in the modern hospital structure, which is to be built next year on Collins Island, immediately adjoining the present hospital facility. Hospital president Max Orovitz and Mr. Ruskin expressed satisfaction with progress of the initial phase of the campaign and predicted that the half-way mark of $2,000,000 would be reached by this fall. specialized field and make it possible for any laryngectomee to obtain speech training from a qualified teacher. Laryngectomees, briefly, are persons who have had their larynx surgically removed because it was found to be cancerous. This part of the body contains the vocal chords, which create sound when breath passing among them is articulated. Without the voice box, laryngectomees would ordinarily be mute. The new speaking process, the subject of the three-week course in Miami, is designed to help patients produce articulated sound by the help of other organs of the body specifically the esophagus. Dr. Levin surrounded himself with a distinguished faculty from the University of Miami, D a d e County Medical Society and visiting lecturers, as well as visiting esophageal speech teachers. From the University of Miami were Professors W. A. D. Anderson, Harold E. Davis, John J. Farrell, Robert H. Hill, George H. Paff. Jess Spirer, C. Raymond Van Dusen and Dr. David Kirsh. Also present was a panel ->f speakers from the U. S. Veteran's Hospital under Dr. Edward F. Zimmerman. The final days of the three-week course coincided with the Convention of the International Association of Laryngectomees. persons without voice boxes who can be found all over the United States, Canada, Africa and elsewhere. Laryngectomees have joined together in clubs called "Lost Cord Clubs" to assist each other in the readjustment period following this major surgical operation which leaves them speechless. Teachers taking the course met large numbers of laryngectomees and during the entire three-week period, training of the speechless patients Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, member of the faculty for the postgraduate course, was also coordinator of the Continued on Pa9* 6B Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly (right) has been appointed Marshal of the 1955 National Convention Parade of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. The 60th national encampment of JWV will take place in Miami Beach in October. Shown discussing the line of march with Sheriff Kelly, which will be started at Meridian ave. and 17th st., are Romeo J. Shepard, Chief of Police, City of Miami Beach, and Maurice Klein, first vice president of the national convention committee and chairman of the parade committee. Samuel Gertner (center) is installed president of the South Florida Hospital Council at its 11th annual banquet in the Algiers hotel. Also on the Council are Joseph McLoon (left), vice president; and S. K. Bronstein. secretary-treasurer. MOUNT SWAI EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NAMED PRESIDENT Gertner Installed by South Florida Hospital Council Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, was installed last week president of the South Florida Hospital Council. At its 11th annual banquet, held in the Algiers hotel, the Council conferred its highest office on Gertner. who is executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital. The new president promised a History of American Zionism Crrtifct. IBM. by America* Jawtih PrM vigorous administration of the as-1 He lauded the past administrasociation which is comprised of' tion officers and their efforts, all accredited hospitals in south! Others installed in the Aladdin Florida. "All hospitals can benefit j room were Joseph McAIoon, Holly by interchange of ideas and by dis-, wood Memorial Hospital, as vice cushions of problems and policies J president; and S. K. Bronstein, through the office of this Council." i Jackson Memorial Hospital, who Gertner stated, as he accepted the was reelected secretary-treasurer, gavel from outgoing president t Some 40 hospitals were reprcTracy Hare, of Variety Hospital. Isented. 4. Proclaiming an Ideal DR. JAKOB ROSENTHAL ond MAURICE del BOURGO [oung Jwfams to Metf NT Tamid Chapter of Young [ will meet Wednesday eve|in. July 13. at the home of Ita [r the coming year will be disused. Group leader is Miss Frances Frome. M im. THt U 5 CONGRESS ADOPTED A JOWT MSOLUTION P AVOWNS THE OTA*. umen IN PAUSTMI o* A JEWNH NATtONAl HOME. KIHU 0 STONt ZOA If AMR Of IC4TOH %  MSUAMD SENATOR LOOM Of MASi. TO INTRODUCE THt RUOLUTIOH AMERICAN ZIONISM MVEIOPEO A HRM ANO GROWING MTfRMIMATION TO RfSCUt TMI REMNANTS OP EUROPEAN JEWRY DURING THt MTTLfR HOLOCAUST AND A0AWJT RRITISH WHIU PAPER POLICY. IN MAY '41 THE EXTRAORDINARY ZOMST CONFER fNCf ADOPTEO THE •H.TMORE PROGRAM MMANCMNG THAT PALESTiNf K ESTAtUSHB AS •A JEWISH COMMON. WEALTH UTEGRATED IN THE STRUCTURE OP THE NEW DEMOCRATIC WORLD.'



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rJewlstncrk&M FRIDAY. JULY 8, U PAGE 2 B Gables Post, Auxiliary Bring Back Honors Convention delegates from Coral Gables Post. Jewish War Veterans, and its Udies' Auxiliary brought back good news from the State convention in St. Petersburg. Coral Gables. Post received a plaque for being tlv "best Post In the State during 1954-1955 while the Auxiliary received a trophy for having the greate.-t increase in membership. In addition, several members ot the Post were elected to office in the Stale Department They are Buddy Logue. Junior Vice Commander: Lenny Lifshutz. Officer of the Day: Ira Schwartz. Liason Officer; and Mrs. Buddy Logue. Junior vice president of the LadAuxiliary Department of Florida. The Post meets every first and third Tuesday evening and the Auxiliary every second and fourth Tuesday evening at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Amateur Contest Scheduled Amateur contest and Chinese auction will be held by Tifereth Israel Northside Center Saturday evening. July 16th. Auditions will be held on Sunday morning. July 10. for all people up to the age of 18. Prizes will be given to the best amateur Proceeds are for the Center's operating fund. Historic Early American Recipe • d ^fi hTe^ch 0 eved TZ%* S to market it in cake mix form ^/f^ !" ,, 1 splC y tanf In years ago. Mary Ball WfcMngton ram* and gen, y W ^ ^ pnva.e rec.pe for gingerbread has this^inM ^^ ^ ^ just joined-or. rather, rejo neda been eq ^ dvM the family of new Dromedarx Cake WWJg, W|th DroB edary, M ?S h one of the authenUc re-: that tfve mix and ..* DjJJJ cpes which made George WashW Mixes, aeTom a n v other baker and authority on fine food | r>rome\ exclusive new pre Her historic recipe for gingerbread! cream j ng process, for example. i> is faithfully duplicated in Dromea supcr blending process that gives dark Gingerbread Mix in all de-j a supcr smooth batter with tar tails except one: the superior qual-, fewer mixing strokes, far UBS vl ity of Dromedary's modern home-; f ort ,han ordinary mixes. Ana kitchen ingredients and the ex.Dromedary's exclusive new mirrlu.sive processes which mark new ac 0 shortening, not available in anv store at any price, provides further assurance of consistently finer baking results for expert and novice alike. Dromedary Gingerbread Mix. now wrapped, like the other new Dromedarv Cake Mixes as the most revolutionary i m p r ovement in Cohen Joins Law Firm Of Schwartz & Zinn Bart L. Cohen, former assistant state attorney general who represented Florida in more than 100 criminal appeals and was successful in upholding convictions insl Fddie Coco, the Cash brotherand A Elwood North, has joined the law firm of Scnwarz & Zinn in Miami. Cohen is a graduate of Miami i,.r H !i School ;md of the I'nisity of Florida's college of law. He has been a Miami resident for some 20 years. Following his graduation from law school. Cohen was appointed a earch assistant to the Florida Supreme Court. After a year with the Supreme Court, he entered private practice in Tallahassee until November. 1952. when he was appointed assistant attorney general. A formerly director of the Tallahassee Jaycees, Cohen has been active in the state Jaycee organization. He is married to the former Jackie Freeman, of Miami Beacb. They have one child Charming Reelected Chairman Of Adjustment Board Miami consulting structural engiDromedary Mixes, in a gleaming r.eer Jules P. Channing has been gold foil that gives greater protecreelected chairman of fhe Dadc.tion to the freshness of the conCounty Board of Adjustment tents, is the simplest of mixes to Others named to office this week prepare, requiring only the ariciiwere Sidnev Aronovitz. vice chair| tion of water to make a pertect man; Robert A. Schade. secretary; batter. It is a versatile product. D Fail Wilson and Bernard M. yielding cake, cookies or cupcakes Trammell. board members. [with a minimum of time and efMembers of the Board of Adjust-, > ort ment are appointed by Gov Collins ; And like all Dromedary prodand consider applications for variucts. 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>AY. JULY 8. 1955 -JeHlstFkrkHan >sser Named % rchestra Head ill red Lesser was last week L,.,l president of the Miami I,.|, civic Orchestra. ni the reorganized board of dii the Friends of Miami H,II Civic Orchestra. [esser immediately announced for a concert to be staged in fmingo Park Wednesday at 8 with Stan Porter, baritone, Isoloist. He also issued a call for "Friends." fhe committee issued the folring -tatement in connection ill Lesser*! naming: [•Coinciding as it does with apintment of Barnett Breeskin as laical tlirector and conductor of ami Beach Civic Orchestra, this -ring of the reins in the hands It he newly elected president will Ihance the opportunities, for muil activities for the benefit of Miami Beach public. jin February, 1953, the Miami |ach Civic Orchestra successfully wonted its debut concert at Miii Beach Auditorium through the forts of its then executive direcr. Alfred A. Lesser, which was atI n d e d by approximately 4,000 jsic lovers in this are*." 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Cut into serving portions, or leave sliced fish whole if fresh kind is used. Cut frozen Salmon steaks before defrosting into even portions. Beat egg slightly in a large bowl. Dip each piece of fish in beaten egg then in crumbs. Be sure both sides of fish are well coated. Heat the shortening in a frying pan and fry fish till nicely browned on underside. Turn to brown on other side. Lift out fried fish to serving platter. Sprinkle with minced mint or parsley. Turn peas into frying pan, add sugar and seasoning to taste. Cover and cook over low heat if fresh peas are used, only till peas art soft — approximately 5 minutes. Steam under the lid is usually sufficient moisture. However, a little hot water may be added if necessary to cook peas till tender. If canned peas are used, drain off most of the liquid, using only very little if necessary. Cook only till heated through. Frozen peas require only 3 to 5 minutes heating through to make them tender. Turn cooked peas over the fried' salmon and serve hot. Serves 6. e • • And here's a chance to use your imagination and ingenuity for a midsummer salad! Try combining chopped fresh spinach leaves with hard cooked eggs, chopped or diced, allowing '-i cup chopped leaves and 1 egg per portion. Add peanut butter to French dressing and mix lightly. Serve on lettuce leaves or I other salad greens. Oh, yes! Make variations by adding some canned crushed pineapple, or finely diced apples, or shredded raw carrot or parsnips—depending on how far you can experiment with family food habits. By all means add radish roses and/or Maslinas for color contrast. • • If you're planning a picnic in the woods or on the porch, substitute cooked smoked tongue slices rolled around slivers of dill pickle, fastened with colored plastic toothpicks, for the customary tongue sandwiches. Easier to handle, too. 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FRIDAY. JULY PAGE 4B BORES SMOLARj^z iNeTzioHisTParty on the U.S. Scene? The split between the Lipsky group and the pre enrimini.tr.tion of the Zionist Organ*io of Ueric. may eventually lead to the formation of a neTz^ni^t partr ... the United States The Lipsk> group which'terms itself the "Liberals.' m.ts political approach closer o the Progressive Partym TraeMhan to .he General Zionist Party. It £ thereore no wonder that it opposes so strongly the ZOA s Official affiliation with the General Zionists in Israel. I will also be no surprise if the Lipsky, es rece %  ,ng no satisfaction, organize themselves into a Lib eral Zionist Party along the same lines as the Progressive Party in Israel. At any rate, the Lipskj group seems determined to secure a maximum number of delegates to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress wh.ch will be held in Israel next Spring. How they will get it will be seen wry soon. The group, according to Lipsky. has the -backing of Dr. Israel Goldstein. Dewey Stone. Rudolf Sonneborn. Fred Monosson. Judge Louis E. Levinthal and other veil known Zionist leaders. Reverberations of the revolt started by Mr Lipsky against the ZOA administration will be felt in the Zionist ranks throughout the country They may find expression not only in discussions, but also in the sale of Shekolim. Mower, the real danger for .he ZOA today may not „ m uch the Lipsky revolution, as the sudden com in g to life of the American Friends of Israel, h organization, although incorporated several >ears ago. has not functioned. All indications po.n.. h.^vor toljj* *J ON THE SeSf?rsMaBsa wnen ne was .c....v. ~ r„,i P H ,he dissolution of the Zionist groups in the n ed Slates and the formation, instead, of an o an,za,l n T^erL Friends of Israel which *, d ,nclude MA.MON.DES. A Biography. NlMMM !" Bloch Publishing Company. 1955. 13*0. By HILARY MINDLIN w Yo i TOOK I)r Zeitlins biography of the Rambam along with mec, brief buTdelightful vacation, thereby breaking faith with the pubH* h en masse or at least with their advertising department Akn Seating salads in the summertime. Americans seem to folio, bhndl, Zim.'.s The BOA Wrongly JJ *£%£& trad.t.on that summer reading must be light read^ n n e,nis idea but RttSS Sonneborn Incorpor£ ^ mewha humorous, somewhat frivolous, and definitely n Ux TcUhe name "the organ,z,.,.n proposed by Ben o £J winter W eary brain \ Prefer ? y ', TalhTTJh^h, "V* 1 S„ and m e „, it in reserve Now thai Sonneborn. £ s|endcr llttle things—light enough I gather to be able to Mentor Wt5£ and to others have stepped out ^.^ on a sleeping stom.ch without disturbing the sal.d therein, of The bond campaign, .hey .n.end to make .he fcen ^ al thls post-weekend meandering has method in ... hiej AmerLn Friends <.f Israel an active organization „ me !o a ,*„„,. said point being that "Maimonides goe, well The! -intent on has provoked a good deal of suspiJ* v< as(in „ nappe ns also to be a slender volume but this ,s „ don among ZOA leaders who fear that such an or ^^ adv;inta ge; the story of the great rabb. u far too shmu ganization will undermine the existence of the Zion(o a ,| ow any noo n-day dozing ist movement in this country. LEON UVTTERMAN — Ape Shape No Setback If You're Prepared for it Edward G Rohinson was glanc. nephew came home with his reing though a batch of publicity | port card. "Well. Sammy, said photographs that had just arrived; Ph.l. ^JSMlTSSfL from the studio. •Brother 1 These are the worst pictures I ever saw of me." He motioned for his wife to examine the prints. "Dear. jus. look at my expression. I look like an ape." Robinson's wife lifted an eyebrow and murmured, "You should'se thought of thai before you had them taken." • &f A dimwit actor meeting Eddie Cantor seized the opportunity to clear up a point that had been troubling him: "Are you crazy if vou talk to yourself?" "Not at all." said Eddie, "but you are if you listen." • < Danny Kaye overheard an actress who was just married being congratulated by her friends. "You're going to be very happy." I did better than that, uncle." was the kids reply. "I was held over for another twenty-six weeks." • • • A young author with little to recommend him but ambition recently complained to playwright Mosa Hart that reviewers neglected to write about his work. "It's a conspiracy." he said. "A conspiracy of silence. What shall I do about it?" "Join it." Hart replied. • Is it true," a woman asked Groucho Marx, "that married men live longer than single men?" "No," was Qrouebo'l answer, "it only seems longer." • Why is it.' asks Harpo Marx, "that just about the time you become important enough to take Or. Israel Goldstein %  backer .hey gushed. "Of course." was .he (wo nours f( r i unc h. your docweighs a hundred and forty. Sophie Tucker explains, ".he chief excitement of a woman's life consists in spotting women who are falter than she is." • • • "I just love nature," a stout producer's wife gushed to Groucho Marx the other night. "That's loyalty." Groucho muttered to a bystander, "after what nature did to her." retort" "Henry simply adores me and so do I • • Phil Silvers' seven year old Dr Zeitlin. Professor of Rabbinical Literature at The Drop College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, has written a coop) interpretation of the life and works of Maimomdes. The book wasfr published twenty years ago at the 800th anniversary of the birth of. Rambam. and is reissued now. without change, in observance of 750th anniversary of his death. ..,..., *.. ..v The author shirks no part of Maimonides life, from his birth i Spam on the eve of Passover to his arrival in Egypt and the of his fame and scholarship from then on. until his death at the age ( 69 Nor does Dr. Zeitlin stop at the simple recounting of his life goes on to estimate the influence his works have had and their sig cance for Jews today. • • • • • SOME HIGHLIGHTS: For Maimonides. the Messianic Age meant thtl time when the Jews would return to Palestine and have their ovt| Kingdom Rut there would be no Utopia: the nature of the world continue to be the same, "but people would find it easier ... to a livelihood from the soil for it would be fertile and fruitful. The s,ah would be mortal like ordinary men ... the apan of life wo lengthen. The Messianic Age will differ from the present time in that the Jews will be in possession of their own country course the obvious question arises: would the Rambam consider this l*| be the Messianic Age, now that the State of Israel is reborn? The section on the "Guide to the Perplexed" is particularly intc esting; Maimonides was at pains to explain the basis of the laws I instance, the Bible specifies that fish with no scales or fins are bidden: Maimonides' theory was that the fins and scales are means \ determining the quality of the fish: therefore their absence madete ing a risky business. They had no significance in themselves. Dr. Zeitlin discusses at length the Mishn Torah. the Code <>f M. monides. showing that the Rambam intended it to be a new Jesf Constitution, prepared for a future Jewish State. He considers Mi monides the forerunner of modern Jewish nationalism, and preses* evidence to this end. j Eminently fair in its criticism, documented, and clearly writta Dr. Zeitlins book, if not "light" in the summer sense, is certainly luminating. in a far more important sense. I happen to prefer H sort of reading—any time of the year. MIA WOLFE No Diplomatic Relations? No Olympic Game Efforts are being made to change the regional Olympic rules so that a situation such as exists in the denial by Spain of Israel's rights to sports competition cannot exist. However, this plan would not have any immediate effect, since it takes some time for any such operational change to take place. The point is .hat a change in rules could make it impossible for any country to discriminate against another country for political or religious reasons. One of those who is sharply critical of Spain's position is Col. Harry Henshel. a prominent member of the US. Committee for Sports in Israel and a man who has been active in Olympic affairs for manyyears. Henshel told the .ITA. "Spain is making a mockery of the Olympic ideals." He said very firmly that sports should not be hampered by political considerations. "Where is Spanish honor?" he asked. "Where are Spanish ideals?" Spain very bluntly took a position that until Israel establishes diplomatic relations with the Franco government, Israel won't be allowed to take part in sports competition on Spanish soil. tor limits you to a bowl of crackers and milk'' • • • Ethel Merman tells us there waa time in this country when a young woman had to go to her doetor to find out if she could ever have children. Now she has to ask her landlord. • "My doctor thought I had varicose veins," reports Milton Berle. "but on closer inspection he found that for the past ten weeks my fountain pen had been leaking." • • • Martha Raye confided. "In the old days people used to make their own clothes on spinning wheels. Now they lose their shirts on them." • • • From the day on which she NATHAN ZfPftf.Y — Learning the Hard Lesson of 'Otherness' Recently in Israel a psychologist was giving intelligence tests to children in a village of Yemenite Jews near Jerusalem. Among the objects employed in the tests were pictures with glaring inaccuracies which the children were expected to detect. One showed the head of a man with one eye missing. The psychologist showed the picture to one of the j youngsters, a sharp-eyed lad with yarmelke and 1 peoth. and asked him what was wrong with it. Quick ly he shot back "the peoth are missing." a reply I which stamped him as mentally deficient in the eyes of his examiner. The finding of deficiency wan met with resentment since it was more natural for a Yemenite child to detect missing peoth than missing eyes. This reminds me of an incident I witnessed some months ago. I had the privilege of being invited to a dinner of hassidic rabbis m one of New York's hotels The audience consisted of outstanding hassidic personalities and their families. Manv of .he men wore long kaftans, most women ibeitlen and all children peoth. In the lobby stood men and w< en drinking in the curious spectacle of a hassw court amidst Broadway. It was getting late and tl younger children were becoming restless Oat, youngster of about five, perched himself sleep" against a lounge when he was approached by a pie whom he magnetised with blue eye* and daa** peoth The couple looked upon the chiid as upon escapee from antiquity. Then there came the inevitable question-* did he intend to become when be grew ube a talmid chochem," was the lad's proud The cryticism was now gone from the couple's t) as husband and wife walked away smarting und the burning lashes of the sage retort. Since tt were not psychologists it Is doubtful they thou! the youngster deficient or inferior just because hadn't given a stock answer, such as wanting to a cop or Davy Crockett. More likely they just learn a lesson in otherness. DA YIR M IfU MCTZ — Mine Signed the Ten Commandments Spkit Tucker fatter than Stephen S Wise once made a speech to which some woman in the audience took exception. After voicing her objection, she said: • I wan. to tell vou thai 1 am %  descendant ol .. signer of .he Declaration ol Independei "And I want to tell you retorted Wise "that I am a descendant of i signer of the Ten Commandment I. Rabbi Wise of COOXM wu not implying being .1, rogatoiy of the Declaration of Independence but what was this woman doing' What is the glorv u f the Declaration of Independence' What is j t that we always quote from it? "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal •• It was the doctrine of human equality which it proclaimed which has raised the Dee.a ,ti 0 „ of In v2Erm n ?hi 0 tS high StatUre and this *<"an was violating the very principle which it proclaimed She was trying to say that she was different fro other people She wanted her special halo respect*! Thomas Paine, whose "Cw.nmon Sense" perhaW did more than any other single factor to prormw, American independence, said he would not hl '"' n interested n the issue at all. if It were not 1*1 the principles of popular sovereignty and equal* which it signified Yet many of those who take tor themsc'tf* name American are the very ones who most opp the basic principles of the Declaration of Indei dence. Patriotism is a wonderful thing, but It is ls0 as Dr Johnston remarked long ago that "patrKr is .he last reluge of a scoundrel." History with illustrations of the principle. Take the sfl "Know Nothing" movement of the 'fifties of last century.



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,AY. JULY 8. 1955 Jes Lee Dies jenly in Ntw York irles H. Lee, of 2054 Prairie fMiami Beach, died suddenly w!iile at the Copake Country Tin New York. Ird.red civil engineer, Lee [ % %  .. .i noted astronomer, news Bentator ana) lecturer at the za outdoor Forum here. wa-i seeretary of the Miami Israel Zionist Organization, ,er of B'nai B'rith and nuns other civic, philanthropic Cultural groups. is survived by his sister, Mrs. • Schafran, and brother, Mey(tvy. iith of New York, %  vices for Mr. Lee were in JYork at Riverside Chapel. cerman Unveiling (I'dication of a monument \, memory of the late Max erman. formerly of 10 Carave.. Coral Gables, will take Sunday, July 10, 1 p.m., at inai Memorial Park CemeMr. Zuckerman is survived jjs wife. Eva; four daughters, {Alice Waitsman and Mrs. Ida Jrt of Miami, Mrs. Bernice r. of Gainesville, and Miss I, Durham, N.C.; two sisters six grandchildren. Arrangeare in charge of Palmer's ii Monument Company Ids and relatives are asked to flow Unveiling dedication of a monument le memory of the late Otto Iw. formerly of 100 SW 45th |\\tll take place Sunday, July a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Rev. Leo Heim officiating. piplow is survived by his wife. Arrangements are in charge liner's Miami Monument CoinFriends and relatives are to attend. Jamin Sternberq, Long :h, N.Y., has been named :tor of the Armed ServDivision of the National Welfare Board. REE..; fen Days' Interest poir to cwrreart a c— nt. e IT f" 0" 1 •*•••* *•**• Mr lOHi eer* iMtmt freea fl 1. Not intmt Hrmrt OCTOBER FIRST fV WOlt til W*Ntt| ft in. E"' *•!• when w. pay %  *UR ,met 2 Va% on Balances (rom $100 to $15,000 •ir *••* Saving Kara T*kr MERCANTILE NATIONAl IAS. %  JSfis +Jmls*fk>rMkM PAGE 5 B Obituaries LOUIS BLOC • S. of 1MJ SW 7th t .llf.l s'.iiuriav nt hi* home nftrr a brief Hln*<< || ( • -a me here SO yeara M from N.wporl New* Va .n.1 wax a retired |.,tlu, in. r.hxnl He WHS a in, niWr <.f the Beth El Synagogue, the Miami Elotttat nietrl.t Mini KH ;m organiser .if the I Pre.I .nan So, iciv. lie leave* ,'.V *}[* %  Anna: three „#„,, WHK. Of \V-eilrmi..i,. lie,. jiu>lf Miami, an ARNOLD FINKELBERO 71-year-old retired lionk hinder, died July 1 He .ante here 11 rear. ..to from NVU york BIMI lived at KOO V\V ttrd Ct. Surviving are hie wife. Helen; a daughter. Mm. Mlna, of Itns-la. and two aona, Joe and Leo, both of New York Illy MRS. ROSE OUSKY r.2. of |M W. Mta *t Miami Reach, died June SO. she la survived l.v i aon. Herl: a daughter. Mlaa Pita Quaky, both of Miami, three brother*. in. Iudln Jack Weinman, of Miami. and two sinters. IHveraide Miami Chapel In charge of local arrangements. DORA LASS M. of 36*1 HW ir.th at., paaaed awav July 1 In a local hospital. Survived by her huahand, Meyer: three aona. Aaron. Isidore and Solumon; one daughter. Mia. IWothv Sutton: two aiatera. I'auline Novle and Mlaa Sophie Klnkelateln; and one brother, l>r. Abe Klnkelateln. Ser\ I. e* were held at Miami Hlveralde. Interment waa In Ml. Nebo Cemetery. EDWARD KAUFMAN 34. of M0 NE 167th Icr passed away July 2 at MM resl.len. .Survived hv his wife. Kllen. one daughter. Bonila; Ins parent*; and three sinters, Koae Marka. Moron.e Nova.k and <;..!.lie Heller. Mr. Kaufman waa vl.-e Brealil.nl of Kloi id.-. Btatg Heer Miatrlliulois. In. dlatrll.ulor for the I'. M. Svhaef.r HreWln. <"., New York. He w.is a veteran of World War II an,I a ,"-"Ji* ."*'' Ml MolUe K*Jiii.. all najBlxir rf lha Jewl-h War Vetarane. of MM ml Heaeh a brother, a al.-taf Reiaalna v. i„ New York fH4-.vl.ii June :ui Rervlrea wenheld al Klv.-ralde Miami Itea.h Chapel. Burial waa in Mt .\v V m. >a a ailk weaver. A natlv, ol Auatrta. Mr. Kaaten la -iir.lv.-d l,v I >pn, Max; (WO daughterMis Itose Urook* ui'l Mra of Miami Heaeh and live grand. lilblrflM. MORRIS RA8MIN8KY &f o* ll!l rMlln nve MinrtM •Wea.-li. a r.-tlred mena dothlng maniifa.tin ,r. died July 1. He .arne here aev.n \eaiago from Toronto Surviving fire a daughler. Mra. Kran.-ea Itoaaman. of Miami Heaeh; a a..n. Irving, of foronto two brothara, irrciuding 8atn, <.r Miami Reach: two aWiari and two grandiliilili.n. Iiuiial waa In Toronto with kx-al anaiigeitients l.v lllveraide .Miaou Hear h I'hap.l MRS. CLARA S. SHERMAN ro, |7|] s\V .'ih l.i a former hoapnai dietician, who canu here from Rochaater. N.v .-ix ramri ag... dl.d July I. Survived by three aona, Milton, of Miami. William, of I'enns.lvanla, and Prederik, in New York; a daughter. Mra K.l.th Bled*, Of Beat Rochester, an.i two aiatera. la.tii ,.r ftocheater, Bervloei and Innlal waa In It... he-tei I iai:l.r Krmeral Home \. %  in chare. f i"ai Mffamenta. JACOB LEVENUORF M, of the Jewiah Home for the Aged, d away Toeeday Services ..... held In Hordon'a Miami Cbapal followad l.v Imilal In Ml Sinai Cemetarj He waa a -eiired melala dealer who earn, here I:cm New York City aeven year. ago. ESTHER STERN KJ. of tell sw tsth ave. Monday, aarvl.ea.at \flap.i r{lvera| <4r Memorial '"haiM-l followed by burial at Mt. Sinai Cemetery, HARRY SHAPIRO 7. of :..". Kuclld ave.. Miami Roach. Thuraday, Rlveralde, Miami Bea. h. MORRIS SCHUMSKY TJ. of 14ZI KW 6th at.. Tueaday. eervIcea at Miami Riverside Memorial Chapel. ELY BOCKSHE 5*. retired manufacturer of automobile accessories, died July I. He lived at t:"l Iff 2th rd. and came to Miami From Milwaukee 1.'. years ago. Services nnd.liuilal wer> in Milwaukee with Gordon Miami Funeral Home In charge of local arrangements.' ROSE SELTZER 7.'.. of v.; sw nth at. passed away July 2 In a local hospital. Survived by three aona. Joseph, fell and Samuel; and three daughters, Ubbie Singer. Bather ami Beatrice Seltaei BarvIcea w.ie held at Miami Itiverside. Interment was In Star of David Cemetery. 'W^**Ap**W*> M e'W^*e'W'WeVa\ld Cemetery. 5e> 0f \ NAT GANS n. 3-4*1* HI 6-l1 UH INtWAMCl HUBS RIltraa. Ht .. life Insurance Ce. 3200 S.W. 3rd] oe.-".f 5 **Jff" "Tfce Heritage of fHusic" conducted' ky Rev. Sheldon Edwards ^tfewish Forum On The Air" Every Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. StoliMi WMIE (1140 M dial) With V.rieei FMf.rtS freduced end Directed by SIMON SEIDtN 503 S.W. i7f. Avt— ffc. 12-5400 listea to SCHACHTETS New Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMIE, 2 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. THIS PIOOIAM IS THE FUST AND HAS THE IAI0EST LISTENING AUDIENCE CoOUST BROS v ii cfti m si NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Nasatir'e Yiddieh Claaaical Hour { Mill be heard •vry Sunday from 12 neon to 1:30 a.m. Two New Features "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Welff "FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shuahana Spector STATION WWPB 1450 M Y.ur Dial WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday MORNING T:1S 7:30 7:46 FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY Today I Teat Tattera %  :00l Ding Dong School • :13 • :30l On Tour Account • :46l Cart ion Show • :00! Gary Uoore • :151 t:30| To Be Announced • :4Sl Moi n. Western i Sign On I Show j Weather What'a Trouble I Morning Show Morning 8how Capt. Midnight I Lamp Onto Ft. I Gary Moor* Super Circu. I Look Up. IJv. I Arthur^ Godfrey I 10:001 Del Russo 10:131 10:30 Strike It Rich 10:481 I Space PHtrol Thlr. Is the Life I "^ I I I I Buffalo Bill Chrlatophera Strike It Rich I _J_ I 11:00 Menu Magic 11:181 11:301 Search P\ T*m' 11:48' Ouldlng Light Bas Top Winky Dinky Barker Bill I AMERNOON Valiant I^dy i I-ove of Life I Search Taior'e OuWng Light USsl 12:15 12:301 12:461 I've Got New. Love of Life I Welcome Traveler | :• < r.-io. k High I Uvlac Pail* TSffT 1:131 1:301 1:461 Efuncb Wfth Judy Art l.lnkletter Induatry Paradr. I'iziy Dean I Komlc Korner I lla^eball Game I Big Picture I'M Review Hoar! of Lit. I vVelcome Trav. I Noon Kdltloa Menu Magic Houee party *:0D| 2:151 f:30l 12481 3:00 3:13 3:30 S:46l Big Payoff Jack Cobb Baseball Game Top Might I Big Payoff • ~ I 7* Take a Trip I Itob Crosby 4:00; 4:15l 4:301 4:451 Jackie 1 Hoiae Valiant Lady Secret Storm Alec Gtbaon r.H>rb-ll Game lH.llar a S.C. Dlaneyland udy I laVca I I On T. Account Secret Storm To Be AnnVed Life W. Father I Jackle'a House I rreiiknma | Tou Are There' Alec Gibaon i Hool 5:151 5:301 5:451 Glenn k Mickey' Superman Shopper'a Guide l_ Willy I t. Gallant I The Lucy Show I Constitution Newa Tlcture I V I N I N O Cllenn Ml. key ii Caastdv Shapper'a Guld. 6:00 Political 6:101 Weatnerman 6:15' Jack of All Sporta 6:30! Doug Kdwarda 6:481 It.in, k It. •i.oi-ilng Lone Ranger Studio 57 Jack of Sporta Trlvate Sec. Xewa I Renl'-k Reporta To Be A Jack of Sports Doug. Edward. Kenlck Report. 7 00 7:151 7:30' 7:461 Mama FOO" 8:161 6:30 8:48 nig Playback Let's : %  ) nahlng Pla> houae of Stai Our Mlaa Brook. 1:00 8:16 6:30 6:45 The Una Up Peraon to Peraoa Jackie Gleason I Toa.t of Town I Burn. •: Allal Taleat Scout. Two for Money Pav. Huaband Ronald Reagan TV Theatre 1 Love Lucy Favorite Story Profea. Father Bandstand Adventiira Whafa M. 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PAGE G B Beach Zionists In Member Drive Miami Beach Zionist District will try to increase Ita membership to 2.060 persons. This is the by Benjamin Appel. who has I united membership chairman Of the Beach HcrfliSI sroup. Miami Beach Zionist District DOW numberover 1.300 and is con sidered me of the largest Zionist ipa in the East. Appel. a charmember of the group, ialso one of the founders of Temple Beth Shoiom and is a life member of the Jewish Home for the Aged Appointed with Appel were Or If. Shabshin, Al Osheroff. Harry Ossip, Joseph Alter. Saul Kenholz. Abe Perlmutter and Abe Rubin. New Savings, Loan Assn. to Open \| Pallot. Miami Beach attorney. and a tjoup ol asaociati were this week given authoritj I %  ''"' new Biscayne Fed ;,n,i Loan Association. l-allot Tues ,n< institution will be open.'(I in days in the Biscayne blvd. area and 15th -t or near terminus of Venetian Causewaj In addition to Pallot. the initial board of directors includes Dr Herbert Eichert. cardiologist bert Law Weed, architect: I missioner Cbelsie J. Senerchia, of Miami: Joseph J. O r r. building contractor: Dr. Russell A Williams, ln-urance executive: Esther A. Popell. attorney: Irwin Cassei, investment banker; and Commander Charles A Mills, Sr Application for the new savings and loan association was handled by Pallot, whd is a former president of the Taxpayers Association ol Miami Beach and current chair man of the charter revision com mittee of the City of Miami Pallot is also director of Citizens Federal Savings and L


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Y. JULY 8. 1955 LEGAL NOTICE +Jewlsii ncridkjtr PAGE 7 B :E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW :K IS UKRKHV OIVBN that l. desiring t<> engage In tnd.-r the fictitious mini' of Sn CUSHION. t r.7'* s w. i.|. intends to register said rnii the Clerk of the Circuit n.uir 'ounty, FI.. Ma MVKIt MATLOEF CIRCUIT COURT OF TMB JTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF )A IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY. No 180984 CAI'LAN ami i: i A PLAN. his wife. Plaintiffs, RYN WILSON (It.ATT. Ily and as Administrate i\ (state of EDWARD i: 'il.ATT. Kdward E. Olatt, Deii -i.ii>In the Probate Court [County, IHInolH. No. 201321), CK CI.ATT and SLATT, hlii wife. n i: III.ATT. JR., and i:i:\i: UI.ATT. his wife. "il.ATT ATZ. a.lea ATZ, and I • A VII) g. ATZ. hand, and MvMiWN HEIRS OP ID K (JLATT. 8R.. If any, .i ml nil other persons. If ilng any estate, right, title pst in. or Hen upon t %  • •real \ herein described, which la %  in I lade (.'ounty. Florida: [i Block I. of BEACH VIEW (VISION, accordjac to the reof, recorded In Plal Book 8, of Hi.Public Kecorda County, Florida. Defendants. riCE BY PUBLICATION iTHERYN WILSON (JLATT. pvldually and AdmlnlatratrU, Eaal .'..'.th St.. Apt. SOt i.u'". Illinois kURICE (JLATT and ItA 'Il.ATT. hla wife. Constance Ave.. icagn, Illinois iVARD K. HI.ATT, JR.. and |.VRI.KKNE GLATT. hi* wife. S. Shore Drive. Icago, Illinois ELYN OLATT ATZ and VII> ."• ATZ. her husband. Euclid Av. k-ago, Illinois, and 11 I'NKXOWN HEIRS OP (WARD K OLATT, Sit, If aii.I an) and all other |>er. if any, claiming any estate, hi. title or Interest In. or lien |m tli, ..II property herein i-ribcd, which is located In tt County, State of Florida: in Block 1. of BK.V'll |w sr in >l VISION, according tinI "la I thereof, recorded In • at Pafc lf. of the hi. i> %  nf I>ade Countv, i da h of you. are hereb) Complaint to Remove nd hoi i ither Relief has li. n lin.-i you, and you are hereby i copy of your An-ail I'oinplaint on Plaintiffs' If. liENET (JENET. 420 [Road, Miami Reach. Floi ida. the nrtgtial Answ.-r In the If the (Merit of the Circuit in or before the lat day of in default of which the piof said Complaint will be ronfes) I .igalnat you. I' at Miami. Florida, this J8 lane, i IKATHERMAN. of the Circuit Court I 11 RICK. JR. Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the underpinned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious num. ..f RATE HOTEL, at Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Plorlda DAVID BASK .MIKIAM RASS MAX OROVITX RUTH t>K\ AARON M KfcNNKft • Attorne) for David Baaa, Miriam Mass. Max OrovlU, Ruth Orovltx •/17-24 — 7/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltiou nam. ,,f SUNOCO GOULDS, al Federal HighWfi and S.W USth Street, c.ulds, Florida. Intemls to raglster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit CoUtl Of I'.ide County, Plorlda. GARWOOD O. WIOOIN. „ individual proprietor KURT WBLLIBCH. Attorney 1411-17 Congress Building. Miami. Fla 7/K-15-22-L' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERfJBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of SABAL PALM LADNDRYKTTK at 5187 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Flu.. Intends to register said, name with Uie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade (ounty. Florida. BLUE-WHITE LAUNDRY, INC *. „ *..". fToflo ;' Corporation T. It NELSON anil s. 0OPMAN Attorneys for Applicant •717-24 — 7/1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND £2? JiVl" COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No ia0 7M WILLIAM J. -MARTIN. Plaintiff, VB. JOAN IDA MARTIN. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOAN IDA MARTIN 141-2* Franklin Avenue, Flushing. Long Island. New York YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a ropy of your answer to the complaint for divorce filed herein on the plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD KRIFX3EH PINK, Mll-1411 Congress Building. Miami 12. Florida, and to file the original In the office of the clerk of the alw.ve Court on or before the 22nd day of July. 19'.:.. otherwise a default will be entered against you. DATED: this 21st dav of June i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Court By WM W SToi'KlNO. Deputv Clerk 6 .'I — 7 l-s-i", riCE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE f. IN CHANCERY. No. 1I0WW Ki'llARDSON. Plaintiff. A. RICHARDSON. Defendant. ISUIT FOR DIVORCE LKN A. RICHARDSON. KRNP.HT CHAPMAN in Boulevard |n.i Heights. New Jersey hereby notified that a Bill plaint for Divorce has been iin-t you, and you are rei DM of >our Answer but to the Bill of Complaint %  ilaintlirs Attorneys. HKNIfY jnd ARTHUR D DECKELWest Hagler Street. Ml'•'. and file the original I leading In the office of %  < the cir.-uit Court on or l-t day of August. judgment by dc%  taken against you for MI in. led In th,. Dill of 'M be published mire % % toi four conaecutlve weeka "WISH PLORIDIAN. VXD ORDERED at Miami. i daj of June, A n. '•: n LEA THKRMAN. k, Circuit Court. County, Plot II* WM, W, STOCKING, M CA^^d r ,: DECKKLMAN "'or Plaintiff 1 • r St Miami. Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND -FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 354.B In Re ESTATE OP JOSEPH CHINICH. IT. eased To All Creditor*, and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estste: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and re*|tiired.to present au'v claims and demands which you. or either of >ou. may have against the estate of JOSEPH CHINICH. deceased late of Iude County, H %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nam.of HELENS YORK, at *:i:i N K tod Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. HELEN YPRKIKWITZ WALTER A. YPRKIKWITZ OEOROE GILBERT, ESO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Attorney for A|ipllcants 7/1-8-15-22 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 8UNOVO OAltLES. at 4:!ir.. fonoo de Leon Boulevard, Coral Cables. PtorIda. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. (i Alt WOOD O. WIOOIN, Individual proprietor Kl'RT WELLISi II Alt. in. % mi Congresa Building, Miami. Florida lJ-22-l IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30395B RE: F'-STATB OF CHARLOTTF: FHOI.MKS. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo of the estate of CHAR1/JTTF: F\ HOLMES, deceased: and that on the 22nd day of July, IMt. I will applyto the Honorable F'RANK B. DOWLINO. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for (Inal discharge as Ancillary Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo of the Estate of CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES, deceased. This 20th day of June. 1S35. WILLIAM EDWARD PISH Kit Ancillary Administrator jCum Teatamento Annexo RICHARD KRIEtJER FINK Attorney for Ancillary Estate 1I2-11S Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 6/24 — 7/1-8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND 'FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35580-B In Re: ESTATE OP SAMUEL KISHNKR, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald F:.-tate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified ami required to present any claims and demands which m, or either of you. may have against the estate of SAMPEI. KISHNKR, deceased late of Dade County. F'loiiila. to the Honorable County Judges of 1 >..de CouSty, and file the same In their office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date Of th.fn t publication b.i.of Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the < laimant and to I.,sworn to ami presented as gforesaid, or same will be barred. Date June 20th. A.D. 19i.".. a/ IDA FISHER As Administratrix of the Kstate of SAMl'EL KISHNKR. 1 lee. as.-d. HARRY ZUKKRNICK Attornev for Administratrix 4_' Lin. ..In R.I, Miami Beach, Fla. /J4 — 7/1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name Ol CORAL OATH TERRACE API'S, at 4216 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral (jab les, Dade County. Florida, Intend to register said name with tin: Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. JOSEPH <; IT II, KM AN one-half Intel BENNE CIITI.K.MAX one-half interest NORMAN P. BOLOMi )N Attorney for Joseph Hit! Icinan and lb-tine Olttleman IBM Alum Road, Miami Beach. Florida •724 — 7/1-s-l.'. LIGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STl'DIO A. at 2349 Corgi Way. Intends to register aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fiorina. ALBERT A. CI'RSON. Owner 6/17-24 — 7/1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 178560 ELIZABI-:TH F:. CARMAN. Plaintiff. vs. SHERMAN QLENN CAI'MAN. I 'efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO:SHERMAN GLENN CAPMAN C/o Ideal Roofing A Sheet Metal Works. Inc. 261 N.E. 73rd Kt.. Miami. Ha. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys. RASSNER. MILI.KR A ROTH. U0 Itri.kell Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of July, IMS. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default "ill be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall he published oneeach week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND oKDKRKD at Miami. Florida, this 20 day of June. A D l"o".. K B. LEATHER MAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Plorlda Bj JOAN COURNOTER (Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk RA88NKR, MILI.KR & ROTH Att..: tie) s for Plaintiff :.:.o Brick.-II Avenue, Miami 32, Florida 6/24 — T/1-I-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nun.of APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER, at SSI N.W. 2th Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk? of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoi Ida DAVID .1 ZANOWILL, Sole owner 7/1-8-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I'NITED STATES TOURIST SKP.V K'K. at 17:tj; N W 7-'h Bl Miami. Fla., intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, l-lori.ln THOMAS C08ANS. sole owner 6/21 — 7/1-S-lfi .'IKGS AJcounts. • • i?•.'.Interest.'(< #^' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE th HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of V JEAN ORIGINALS, at 23 N i: |5th Stn, t Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tsscircuit Court ol Dada County, Florida JEAN DlltCIIKR HAZEL MKIC'l K LEW MF:RCI-II WEPMAN AWEl'MAN Attorneys for Aimh. ant-. (i>7 i:i-. a) inBldg Miami, FTa. 7/1-8-1 eoaaotanOM 1 Ml BEACH NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF (AW NOTICE IB HMKBBl U1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HACK CONSTRUCTION, at 10:'Tl K Harbor Delve, lta> H Islands. Miami Bern h U>, i %  u Intends to register aaid name with the cieik of the Cliiuil t'outt of Da.le Count>. Florida. MUCH HACKMYER SHKI.IMIN N I. I.I.CHI K. Esq. Attornev fat Mike Hackmyer 70S Seyt-dil Bldg.. Miami. Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKIM OIVEN that the underglglied, desiring to engage IS business Under the fictitious na' MEXICAN HARDENS RESTAURANT, at Mi S.W. sth Street. Miami. Florida. Intessts to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MAURICE CHApoNl. SALVADOR VALLFHO 1UDNRV M CAIN Atteruey for owners Ir.l W. FlagWr St. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M4M WINNIE HOVKLKR REYES. Plaintiff. va. CARLOS MORALF.S BEYER. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: CARIA)S MORALES RETES Oenovn 30 A Colon ia. Juarez Mexico, i>. P. YOU ARF: IIKKKKT NOTIFIKD that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to said Complaint on Plaintiff s Attorney. IIKNRY M. CAIN. 2513 West Flagler Street. Miami. Fla and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of July. IMS. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In said Complaint. DONE AND ORDKRED at Miami. Florida, thla 13th day of June. IMS. K It. l.KATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By: L SNKKDKN Deput) Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attornev for Plaintiff 2611 W.-~t Flagler St. Miami. Storing 6/17-21 — f/l-ll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 180629 PRIMROSE CAPITOL coRl. Plaintiff vs. DANIEL W. AVERT and VIROINIA I! AVKRY. his wife. a/k/a VIROINIA M AVKRY. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: VIROINIA II AVKRY a k a VIROINIA M. AVKRY < o .\.-\ a .In. o4M Rout., ni. Iti.M.klvn. Michigan V4>P ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Pore* closure of Mortgage has been filed against you, and you are required to a cop) of >oui answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint for F.i.• if Mortgage mi the plaintiff's hey. OEOROE J. TAIJANoPP, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Peach, Florida, and file (he oilgjnal Ansu.i m Pleading ill the office of the Clerk of 'lii nil Court on or before the 22nd dgy of July, !!."•."> If rod fall to dgmeal bj default will be taken against you for the mantled In the liill of Complaint for Foreclosure of Mortgage. r^Hua notice shall be published once MSh-week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lth day June. 15S. H I.KATIIFNlMAN, clerk, circuit Court. ltade County. Florida By R. H. HICK. JRT OEOROE J. TALIANOVP Attorney for Plaintiff %/U 7/1-1-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHARBET CHEMICAL CO., at 61!t Wa-hington Avenue, Miami 1 Florida, "Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHARLES TURK PFrrTY TURK TURK NEWMAN Attorneys for Charbet Chemical Co. 120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 7 %  I-H-I:.-'-'2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE ISHEREBY OIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engnge In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STUART'S JUVKN1I.K SHOE STORK and BTUART'H STURDY SHOES, at 1403 Washington Avenue and 774". ',.lllns Ave.. Miami Beach, Intends to register aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. IIKRHKRT N STBELE, Owner 6/1 7-24 — 7/1 -H IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32430 RE: ESTATE OF' ARRAHAM RUHIN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed a final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the estate of ABRAHAM RUBIN, deceased, and that on the 1st day of August. 19".'.. will apply to the Honorable F'RANK B. DOWL1N<:. County Judge of Dade Count), Florida, for approval of said final reisirt and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of ABRAHAM RUHIN. deceased Thla 1 da> of June. 1 OEOROE J TAI.lANoF'F' Ancillary Administrator OEOROE J TAUANoKF' Attorney for Kstate of Abraham Rubin 6/24 — 7/1-8-1.1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION U* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*7028 i:v \ MAE MILLER, Plaintiff. \ a LESTER A MILLER Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T. i LESTER A MILLER Residence and Address Unknown Secreting himself within the County of Dade. State of l'orida. from Service of Process. You hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce his been filed against you, and (liiired to serve a OOP) ••! ><•"• Answer or Pleading to the Bill of *'mnplalnt on the plaintiffs Attorn. \. HENRY M. CAIN. ZS1I W. Flagler Street, Miami. Floii.la. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before the KRh day ol Julv. 1H".5. If you fall to do o. Judgment by default will be taken ..gain-! you for the relief demanded in Uie Bill of complaint. This notice shall be published once 407 Hlscavne Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 7/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DRAPF:RY HOUSE, at 90 Almerta Avenue. Coral Oables. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. I-1... Ida. CORAL OARLFIM WHOLESALE: ri> sole owner A R( INI ) VITZ. A RONC >\Ti"/. .s. CA1DIN Attorneys lor Coral (bibles Wholesale CO. 7/1-3-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engai in business under the fictitious name ol TAXIKR CONTRACT8 6. ASSOCIATES, at 14(1 S.W. '.Till Street, Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clash of Uie Circuit (.'oui t of Dade i 'ounty. I lol Ida BEN T.v K:si I It Sole • >wner OOLDMAN & ool.DSTKlN Attornev s for Registrant 230.1 West Flagler St., Miami. Plorlda l/Sf f/l-l [I — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious ruin, ol LA RUE CORSET AND LINGERIE HALON, : I Miracle Mile, ttables.—Intends to register said name with th.Cl.-ik of the Circuit Court of li.ule Countv. I IDA s HI'IBLMAN, < iwnei SHAPIRO PRIED Attorneys for Applicant • • % %  • I.in o'o R 6/24 — 7/1-1-11 By L. SNKKDKN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk IIKNRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2518 W. Flagler Stieet. Miami. Florida S/17-24 — 7/1-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOUTHEAST Fl.oKIDA DADK COUNTY Vnl'TH F'AIR. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DADE COUNTY RoYS 4-H CLUB LEADERS ASSOCIATION (a Florida non-piofll corporatioB) MORTON BE1GEL Attorney for Applicants 904 Blscayne lllilg. I -17-24 — 7/1-8 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisii flcricfiar solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates .. Phone 2-4366 lor messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at



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' PAGE 8 B 9.Je*istJ]cridtelL NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW findings and pln straw bag*, ceramic material*. New Gift Shop At Tropical Hobbyland lenware !n ( thOU MKll "' ther ltemS -.Nland through contacts, ui SIDELIGHTS FROM SAN FRANCISCO The editor of this column, flying to San I r found himself in the go Athe planUN commem lar i| park, on • Miami Th" P : shop, who has ju-t r*tun>af a trip to Hai'i n ;,; f( j Segal purchas, | man] hundred' i items that the shop willuniquely he plans a flyir i n p u j America and the other the Caribbean. Jai will eive the home hobbyist "= ,x ;,',' entireb differ of the fjtw and differe* j nating raw materials which w-iU bei Bartley Crum, .ong-time champion of Israel, cause, We plan over the Californl 'he discussion turn; to p • tism. Crum thought the ADL of Boa. Bnth had faded to attack th. root of the evil. By "root of the evil." ( run, exphUI o t m Insidious a-ritSs to be found *g !" *£* So lonq '„ ,bl to miUions ol children throughout ;he world. .. owner of the and decorative i — e .Tew. Bartley Crum suggested the creation of a pox nd Jews, that si With this 'other issues discussed before plane landed in festive San FranCisco: American Friends of the Mid Crum felt certain that Milton Eisenhower was being misled by Dorothy Thompson. He felt deep concern over the great harm being done Israel on tne American campuses by Th ^i-being d counteract tr. £f" H \;* >a.d Crum spoke highly of both the Irgun and Stern Group^ Hurtorj created them be said • might pave the waj San FranciKo UN fete: Ju>t before the Brat session opened or. Monday the J0 n. Molotov was seen moving up to Dulles eager to shake his hand Dulles himself did nut appear too eager Finally, however, he extended hi* hand somewhat reluctantly As they did shake hands there was tbun derous applause from the galleries During the mam UN reception at the Palace of the Legion of Honor the night of the 21st. the editor of :h^ column decided to confront Molotov with a vital question relative to the Jews in the Soviet Union. So. when Molotov arrived your < deration of the forthcoming Big Four meeting in Geneva would pondent walked up to him and asked Mr Molotov. in the light of the present hopeful outlook on the world political horizon and in you care to comment on the question of emigration of Soviet citnens. I have special reference to two and a half million Jews, some of whom would like to join their relatives in Israel." As soon as Molotov heard the words "two and a half million Jews" his foxy-looking face assumed an angry, Hitlerian expression, and he quickly dismissed the issue with a curt "Thank you." So far newsmer ike any kind of reply from him on world issu He ithe center ol on here—and he Delegates saw nothing new in his hour-long speech delivered Wednesday morning, June 22. Man) saw in it a new attempt at a sjper pr iW From the moment Molotov arrived in San Francisco, he SUmm delegate after another from among the neutral countries for "consultaRepresentatives from Denmark. Sweden the Netherlands. Saudi I Yemen and Egypt, faced the shrewd Soviet politician Interestingly, though Dulles failed to applaud the Molotov speech of Wednesday, Molotov was seen applauding Dulles on Friday, June 24, both before and after the delivery of his speech. Newsmen wondered, Mnce the Dalles speech appeared quite criti cal ol th. r.d its visiting (hplom.it This editor also had a good opportunity to talk with Egypt's Foreign Minister, Fawn, and Lebanon's Ambassador to the U.S., Dr. Charles Malik. "Even a man and wife, when the> quarrel, can never settle their disputes unless they sjt down and talk. respondent said to the Egyptian Foreign Minister who smiled rather sheepishly Israel i~ willing to discuss all vita why not get together and talk matters over' Appearing quite impressed, and promising that he would give serious ...iht to the >ugge>tior. V u've got something there' ... Dr. Charles Malik was much more friendly and talkative. He a.,re"d that the vote on partition creating the Jewish State and the strange death of the Egyptian delegate M Azmi who collapsed in the Security Council while attacking Israel '.ate last year were both acts providential character Philosopher and diplomat Malik is a very religious man Ezekiel the prophet being his favorite Seer, he promi-ed to read chapters 38 39 which depict events now shaping on the world scene. Ambassador Abba Eban, present here with his charming wife, concluded his historic address with thi-, moijajnr of order and progress The quest for international security is the dominating purpose of our age. If we succeed we shall have recorded one of Mankind's decisive vie tories. If we fail, our failure may be beyond remedy or consolation Never have the alternatives of salvation and disaster confronted mankind in such acute and fateful contrast. Israel can only raise its banner in an avowal of perfect confidence that the triumph of the IN lies within the power of our choice. Our authority for that faith is that three thousand years ago. in the very' homeland to which we are now restored, we proclaimed rebellion against the prevailing fatalism of all preceding civilization which saw human life as a relentless cycle coming back to a starting point in moral darkness and chaos In our conception." Eban continued, "the cosmic pattern is not a wild anarchy of arbitrary mysterious forces, but is an articulate system guided by a merciful intelligence and a coherent lav. Alone among the nations, our continuous historic memory covers the full cycle of human thought from ancient prophecy to relativity, from the old inheritance to the new potentiality. The doctrine of order and progress in the universal design is Israel's mo-t original and authentic contribution to human thought William Randolph Hearst's series of articles from Israel were widely discussed in UN circles in San Francisco. Hearst's reference to Israel as eventually emerging as the leading nation in the whole Middle East" has come as a great shock to the Arab diplomats. Said Hearst in the third article of his series: "The more I have seen of the tality and progressive spirit of this tiny Jewish State, in comparison with the backwardness m some neighboring nations, the more convinced | I have become that Israel will lead the way in development ol the Middle East' Philip Heller, who escaped Europe in 1948 and who ,. presently bring in Sacramento, has made appeals to UN delegates here in behalf of his ten-year old daughter who is held as a "prisoner" in a I '/echoslovak orphanage Heller also sent a letter to the Czech Foreign Minister Vaslav David:' I want my child with me and I don't want her to grow up as an orphan." $ FIAGLER FUNERAl HOME JEWISH CENTER x£ MIAMI'S MOST BlAUTIfUl JfWiSN fUNltAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Pbeae 4-4414 1W W. FUGLE* STMCT, MIAMI MJTCHai JACOIT, Mar. TURN INTO*3! thi fast, tale w; >y at &?<* •• OS* It's surprising how quickly two dollars become three dollars in a Chase insured savings account. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 29Number 27
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY IIIl.Y R \om
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
OUSTS GENERAL ZIONISTS FOR ABSTENSIONS
Sharett Forms New Government As Shaky Coalition Cabinet Tumbles
JERUSALEM (WNS) Four
weeks before the scheduled elec-
tions for Parliament, Premier
Itahc Sharett this week formed
n new coalition Cabinet after
ousting the General Zionist Party
from his Government. This fol-
lowed the abstention of the Gen-
eral Zionists, the second largest
party in the outgoing Knesset.
in a Parliamentary confidence
vote the day before.
The new cabinet consists of
eight members of the Mapai
Party, two from the Religious
Workers and one from the Pro-
gressives The new coalition
Cabinet was approved by the
Knesset. 68 to 32. at its final
session. Election for a new Par-
liament are to be held on July 26.
Four General Zionist Ministers
were removed by the Premier
from the Cabinet because the
General Zionist deputies in the
Israel Parliament had abstained
from voting on two motions ex-
pressing non-confidence in the
Government. The motions were
introduced separately by the
Communists and by the right-
wing Herut Party, and both were
defeated by a substantial major-
ity.
The confidence vote arose
from the Government's conduct
in connection with a libel case
in which Dr. Israel Kastner was
branded by a District Court
judge as a Nazi collaborator who
shared responsibility for the
mass murder of many Jews in
Hungary during the last war. Af-
ter the judge had rendered his
verdict, the Israel Minister of
Justice ordered the Attorney
General to appeal to the Supreme
Court against the decision. In
Parliament, Mr. Sharett explain-
ed the Government's view on the
matter and had expected the
General Zionists to uphold him.
since they were in the Coalition
Cabinet.
At a press conference later. Mr.
Sharett accused the General Zi-
onists of breaking the principle
of collective responsibility and
their oath to Parliament when
they refused to vote confidence
in the Government of which they
were members. In reply, leaders
of the General Zionist Party said
that, had they voted with the
Government coalition parties on
(he proposed motions, they would
have deepened the impre-~ion
among the public that the Gov-
ernment is identified with the
Kastner case. They claimed that
.the General Zionists were not
consulted by the Attorney Gen-
eral whether and when to file
suit with the court in defense of
Dr. Kastner. who is a Government
employee in the "Kol Israel" ra-
dio network, nor were they con-
sulted on the plans to appeal to
the Supreme Court.
The suit that led to the Cabinet
Continued on Page 5 A
icm woM-coopKxrww otnontp by wist
Washington Says We Have Complete
Confidence in UN Armistice Chief Burns
Mo/. Cm. Bvrns
... in ticklish soot
WASHINGTON (TA> State Department circles
Wednesday indicated that the United States Gov-
ernment has complete confidence in Maj. Gen. E.
I Bums Unitejj Nations truce chief in Palestine,
>ho is now trying" to bring Israel and Egypt to
gcther on steps to relax the tension in the Gaza area.
The reaffirmation of I' S. support of Gen. Burns
was expressed while Egypt is seeking to have Gen.
Burns replaced. Members of the American delega-
tion to the United Nations have emphasized that they
see no reason why Gen. Burns should not be con-
tinued in his present position, and UN Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjoid had made it clear that
he intends to retain Gen. Burns.
Meanwhile, the Israel-Egyptian talks at Gaza,
held under the chairmanship of Gen. Burns, are in
suspension. They were held for two days last week
but it is not certain whether they will resume on
Wednesday as scheduled. Egypt's Foreign Minister,
Mahmoud Fawzi, was asked over a coast-to-coast
radio-television broadcast Sunday whether he had
requested that the Canadian government withdraw
Gen. Burns. He gave an answer which was taken
by correspondents who questioned him over the air
as a virtual admission that he had done exactly that.
Reports of reactions of Western diplomats m
Cairo- and Jerusalem were to the effect that the
West "deplored'' Egypt's efforts to oust Gen. Burns
While the Cairo press was attacking the UN truce
chief as being "pro-Israel," Big Three diplomats in
both the Egyptian and Israel capitals were reported
convinced that Gen. Burns has been impartial and
that he was still the best possible go-between.
Meanwhile, Egypt's latest aggressions along the
Gaza strip was placed in perspective against Egypt's 'BITTER MOMENTS'
"uncooperative" attitude along the Gaza border.
Moshe Sharett
. pvrfM General Zionists
Burmese Premier Now Visiting
Here Feels Israel is 'Wonderful'
NEW YORK (JTA)"Love" for the people of Israel and warm
[appreciation of their "energetic" labors in building their land were
|rxpre~sP(| nere ov jj jju prime Minister of Burma, who is now visiting
Ithe United States. Mr. Nu had spent a week in Israel on his way
[westward, and had refused to visit Egypt after the latter country's
[diplomats had incidated in advance that they wanted him to stop in
|Cairo but skip Israel territory.
One of the three most powerful of Asian leaders in the neutralist
blocthe two others'being India's Pandit Nehru and Indonesia's Pre-
|mier SatsroamidjojoMr. Nu has been an outspoken friend of Israel
since the Jewish State was founded.
I had a very nice visit in Israel." he told the Jewish Telegraphic
[Agency correspondent. "I spent seven days there. Israel is wonderful."
[Asked for his impressions of Israel, Mr. Nu declared: "I was particu-
larly impressed by the energetic labors of th* Israeli people. They
[are turning stones into building materials. They are digging up the
[land, erecting cities, constructing roads, making gardens out of wilder-
Iness You know. I love people who are brave. What the Israelis are
[doini; is brave, wonderful, courageous."
The Burmese statesman said he was particularly impressed with
[the work being done in the collective settlements, the kibbutzim. He
[had h, en through a number of kibbutzim, part of the time escorted by
lii. I Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. He had spent one night in
1 yah And his total impression, he reported/was one of a "brave"
[people deiicated to constructive activities.
Premier U Nu of Burma, with Mrs. Nu (left), arrived in the
United States for a brief tour of the country. Shown right,
he reveals to an American official of Hadassah hi* admira-
tion for Israel's couraqe and creative spirit.
'flfemaff'oiia/ Anti-Semites Move to Attack Jewish Sovne of Christianity
International anti-Semites are
Isouruiing a new note by denounc
[ lnis the Jewish foundations of
Christianity, attacking Christian
chunhes and world leaders for ad-
herinc to Old Testament ideas, and
by calling for a new religion free
"f the Jewish legacy.
These facts are reported in a
new analysis of anti-Semitic pro-
paganda abroad during IBM. which
has been issued by the World Jew
ish Congress Institute of Jewish
Allans
A second IJA study, publish
ed under the same cover.
vey of the treatment of war crim-
inals in West Germany in the past
year. The review discloses that the
attitude of the German Govern-
ment toward Nazis guilty of war
atrocities has been inconsiste?*.
and unclear. "On the one hand,"
the study asserts, "the Germans
continued their struggle for the re-
lease and amnesty of those con-
victed by Allied courts. On the
other hand, they prosecuted, in
their own tribunals, Germans ac-
cused of crimes against humanity,
in particular against Jewry."
The new propaganda angle
which excoriates the Jewish roots
of Christianity has been recently
developed in two internationally-
circulated -publications, "Nation
Europa." the central organ of the
ineo-Fascist movement publish,!
I in Coburg, Germany; and "Der
jWeg," a leading forum of Fascism,
i Pan-Germanism and militant anti-
[ Semitic propaganda, published in
I Buenos Aires, Argentina. "Nation
{Europa." whose contributors in
i elude such notorious Fascists as
Oswald Mosley of England, Mau-
rice Bardeche of France and Pen
Continuod on Pago 3 A
Lebanon's Malik
Hits UN Inaction
On Middle East
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)In a
lony address here prior to the
windup of the tenth anniversary
celebration of the UN. Dr. Charles
Malik, of Lebanon, accused the
United Nations of both "action"
and "inaction" in connection with
the "eternal" problems besetting
the Middle East. Without once
mentioning Israel. Dr. Malik told
the United Nations representatives
here that there has been "no re-
spite" from the Middle East prob-
lems in the United Nations and
that there will be no respite be-
cause tho*e problems are "essen-
tial."
"The United Nations." he said.
"is in a special way responsible
for the situation in the Middle
East The United Nations left much
to he desired in the Middle East,
both through action and through
inaction. No greater injustice can
be imagined than that that has be-
fallen the Arabs in the Middle
East. We hope that the United
Nations will be able to resolve
that situation in the coming dec-
ade."
Moussa Al-Shabandar, delegate
of Iraq, said: "For us Arabs there
were some bitter moments in the
proceedings of the United Na-
tins during the last ten years. The
tragedy of Palestine has cut deep
into the heart of every Arab.^And
the misery of nearly 1,000,000 Arab
refugees cannot be forgotten. Nor
can we forget the sad situation in
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*>Jewlstncrldl2g
Of Mass* Unit, **-55X ,
During Israel VlSlt shoehtin* and Kosher Butchers
'* -lail-'^fi ailWVWMwr ,.._._._, JTUmmunitv With the
FRIDAY, JULY 8. 1955
Colored Doy Worker. $6 -^ Far.
Hlah Type Doir.eslit Maids
H"igThVP$cho.l Girls a,
Mother's Helper., $15 for.
Kitchen Men, Hotel P.rt.rs
Ace Employment
PHONE
the
since
, ,.i,=M,.hta;vKii; ."*"7kw,"i"Zii.:.r"-Tvcit.'..-- ",","',",i,;r,-'h
cial itineraries formal visits
, V US Ul(u">...... ,|,.,, ,),,, i-liv I- 1 -I'M n i .--
clical and educational institu-
intained bj Hadassah. the
. Zionist Organization oi
Vmerica.
Bel Mazmil, Hadassah's pilot
c, mmunity health center in the
Jerusalem Corridor where the em-
sis i- placed on the preventive
pects of family health, came in
special attention from Premier
Nil who saw in this unique medi-
cal experiment a possible solution
to Burma's serious shortage ol
mi dical personnel.
Accompanied on his visit to Bet
mil in his wife, Mme. Nu, Mrs
eration and the leading piumba the responsibilit) oi
ol our an Vaad is ended
The chiel purposes wen to pro conclusion, as Director ol the
mote Kashrus and protect the con n wr ^ aA9shras
sumer from fraudulent and decep- > .,.;iU. tnal our Vaad
dealers and producers .........
A-v i fh< t>r.' __
S. .1. Fr(H>dman
mmi
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of wet n fourth and tUtk Srj.
HEBREW REilGIOUS SUPPLIES
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Also lor Habr.w Schools
C-'ED "13^0
Telephone JE 1-9017
ISRAEL CERTIFICATES
live
Re*.....?E: Sn,Tp^: D chen treeo^,aTheffi
. de, of Hadassah. Joseph Serlin. oftheGreatei Muwu Vaad Ha
, ec Plan, about the community bouses and yjJJJJ:
health center to ascertain whether Let me make this pota clear
Ssimila" set-up could he establish- that the Greater Mum, \aad
i received a mandate to protect
Naturally. a community ag- mi,mdua, who ,,,,.,, oh
ency, the Greater Miami Vaad Ma- Kashrus against mhnrepre
trathre and personitel expenses, strive an I succeed
both for regular and special sen
ices ah services ol supervision
and end .rsement are given to the
ed in his own country. Burma has
received considerable technical as-
ince in many different fields
from Israel
Mayor Wagner, accompanied by
his wife, made a special visit to
The Hadassah maintained Straus
Health tenter in Jerusalem where
) demonstrated particular inter-
est in the medical program for
kashrus will be happy to show their
financial status and account- to all
communal non-profit organizations
who help to support it. a- well as
to any sincere and honest com-
munity-minded recognized leaders.
What are the requirements for
member-hip in the Vaad? Specifi-
cally the Shulchan Oruch and the
Code >f Jewish Law- govern the
l'-l in I III- UIVU1V.U1 !"............. ,. .,,!
nant women calling at the rule- and regulations, ol the Vaad
i i ___ .- !* I kt.i % !11 I
mother and child welfare station.
in the new Hadassah Hebrew
I'niversitj dental clinic
Mr- Wagner, escorted by Mrs
Uyriam Granott. Chairman oi the
iss ih Council in Israel, visited
aassah's Alice Seligsberg High
School where- she admired the ap-
I plication ol oriental embroide
| modern dressmaking. Students al
{school, which oiicr- extensive
. courses in dressmaking, weaving.
I stenography, typing and the domes
tic science-, pre-ented the May-
or- wife with a white and gold
-lole woven especially [or her at
the school.
Your wile look- -tunning to-
night." a dowager gushed to author
Ben Hecht. "Her dress i- a poem."
What do you mean a poem'1"
Hecht -aid "That die- i- two
short stories and a novelette."
An endorsement by Ihe Vaad is
given only after a thorough inves
tigation of the proprietor and his
willingness to conform to the rule-.
regulation! and standards set bj
the Vaad H ii after due
v...ruing, the owner oi an establish-
ment refuses to comply with the
order- oi the Vaad, the endorse-
ment i- withdrawn, as Was c .
denced recently in the Mo gen
Dovid case.
The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashrus piumba attached to any
poultry is proof of Ka-hru- and the ;
Vaad'fl identification symbol. These
plumbas are solely controlled by
1 the Rabbinical Director and the
Shochtim under the Vaad's super-
vision Once the slaughtered poul-
try i> identified a- Kosher by the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus
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+JmtakfhrMlan
International
Bigots Denounce
Christianity
Continued from i tg* 1 A
Kngdal of Swdcn. castigated
( h u re till, Truman. Bones and
Roosevelt for their so-called "Jew-
ish sprit." "Der Weg" widened the
,-itiHck by decrying the New Testa-
ment which, the anti-Semites said,
is Jew .sh in large measure "or per-
meated by Jewish thinking." The
publication urged the creation of a
new religion having no Jewish
basis.
The >ame call for a new religion,
the VVJCongress study reports, was
voiced last summer by a group of
(lerman Nationalists headed by the
(ormer S.S. Colonel Miklovsky A
p.'imphlet published subsequently
[or distribution to nationalist-
minded Germans, written by Dr.
Ernst Bergraann. a Nazi who was
formerly a professor at the Univer-
sity of Leipzig, urges the establish-
ment < f a new German religion
built on "courage, chivalry and fi-
delity, based on the Teutonic con-
ception of honor."
A second major propaganda
lhome by the Fascists and anti-
Semites, the study discloses, is the
alleged effort by Jews to annihil-
ate the "white race" through
"mongrtUntioa with the colored
people'* This theme was first
enunciated in 1951 by a meeting of
German, Italian and French Na-
tionalists in Zurich, Switzerland.
and was amplified in later years at
eonferences which called for the
adoption of a "biological defense
policy to combat the colored peo-
ple."
The Fascist press in Britain has
now picked up this theme. "Free
Briton,' a monthly newspaper
which is anti-Churchill and Eden
and pro-imperialist, declares that
its task is to attack "such evils as
the Communist and world govern-
ment programs, Jewish influence
and the influx of Negroes."
Kinar Aberg. a Swede who plays
a leading role in disseminating li-
belous literature about Jews not
only to United States Congressmen
but also to leaders of public opin-
ion throughout the world, stepped
up his propaganda activities dur-
ing 1954. The World Jewish Con-
gress once again called on the
Swedish Embassy in Washington to
protest Aberg's program. A Swed-
ish court found him guilty for the
.sixth time, of anti-Semitic writings,
and he was sentenced to two
months- imprisonment in October,
1954 Virtually the entire Swedish
press joined in deploring Aberg.
The rise of former Prime Minis-
ter Pit -ro Mendes-France provided
Charles Bookbinder (left), co-owner of Pumpernik's. counts
$162 donated to Variety Children's hospital by patrons of the
restaurant, with Maurey Ashmann. chief barker of the sponsor-
ing Variety Club. Ashmann presented Pumpernik's with a
membership in the Committee of One Thousand, open to
individuals donating $100 or more to the hospital
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French neo-Fascists with a new
target during 1954. The WJCon-
gress estimates that approximate-
ly l1^ million Frenchmen were ex-
posed to anti-democratic and anti-
Jewish propaganda last year. The
vicious campaign of slander
against him was based not only
upon his Jewish background, but
also upon his reform policies. Neo-
Fascists, monarchists and imperial-
ists were particularly resentful of
his proposals regarding reforms in
the French North African colonies
and his measures for terminating
the war in Indo-China.
The WJC asserts that in addition
to Einar Aber's efforts at flooding
American lawmakers with his anti-
Semitic literature, other interna-
tional anti-Semites are distributing
material here or are establishing
links in this country. A group of
Russian monarchists with head-
quarters in Munich, who are known
as the "Russian National Patriotic
Front," publish the monthly "Na-
bat" ("Alarm"). The Front's lead-
er, Eugene Derzhavin, was found
guilty by a German court last year
for "utterances and actions of ra-
cial hatred." Despite this legal ac-
tion, Derzhavin has distributed
English translations of his views
here. Two groups, a "Committee of
United Russian Anti-Communist
Organizations in Southern Cali-
fornia" and the "Anti-Bolshevik
Conference of Southeastern Euro-
pean Nations" are working under
cover in this nation, the WJC
charges.
A third group publishes a Rus-
sian language sheet, "Borba" ("The
Struggle") in Union City. NJ.,
aimed at provoking inter-group
hatred. The anonymous authors
and pubii hers of the sheet are as-
sumed to be "relative newcomers
from Germany, anti-Semitic, ultra-
nationalist Slavs, Rumanians or
Hungarians," the report asserts.
BEET the heat
Temple Sinai Names
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun
At a meeting of the board of
directors of Temple Sinai Sunday.
Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun was
engaged as cantor for the coming
year, according to Harry Kaplan,
president.
Cantor Heilbraun served as can-]
tor, choir master and musical di-
rector of Anshe Sfard Congrega-
tion in Akron. O.. for the past four
years. A baritone, he studied mu-
sic in the Folks Conservatory of
Music in Vienna. The cantor is an
accomplished pianist and composes
and arranges music for synagogue
ritual.
Cantor Heilbraun will assume his
duties on Aug. 1.
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Surfside Names Two
Attorneys to Bench
Surfside town council last week
appointed Eugene W. Sulzberger,
attorney, of 9169 Harding ave.. as
municipal judge. Philip Schlissel.
also an attorney, of 9132 Bay dr.,
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher Volume 29
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Edit01
Friday. luly 8. 1955 ^^
Tammuz 18. 5715
Tftogessive Step in Human Relations
The State of Florida last week put an end
to reliqious discrimination in resort advertising,
when Gov. LeRoy Collins signed into law an
anti-discriminatory advertising bill passed by
the legislature earlier this year.
Tourism is a top industry here, but we some-
how feel that more than sound commercial
principles entered into the passing of the bill.
The need for such legislation has long been
felt in Florida, and its passing into law is a
tribute to those interested in the advancement
of human relations who have identified them-
selves among its principal sponsors.
There will, of course, continue to be some
dedicated to outwitting the letter and the spirit
of anti-discriminatory advertising. We recog-
nize that bigotry and intolerance can not be
declared illegalthat they are eliminated slow-
ly by education, good faith and the willingness
to be enlightened.
But the legislature's move is to be applauded,
'or it demonstrates the sound democratic direc-
tion in which the people of Florida continue to
progress.
By LEO MINDLIN
<5rroi i ~ r.r.iA/w the Weft Coast, patriotic Floridians demons'.
HFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street, up AD DOWN 1 I ^ ^ recychng o( mst((r>
OFFICE and __ 2Qm________^ ,,,,.- 2 B> Jlllv thc stars and s,
"S^^l^lunltei^^toOM^^ w, windows and d,
dti6< "''? 'hC Te Cion h, exhuberance. Independence ,>av
V,, s werem owners would not be left behind in
miBht fall on the Four h. b M Amerlnism. Flags arching windil,
8l2 ?ES*hSd- Of adobe brick and neon tubing did
h'd,,; I" Sricted itgni m Naples. Ft. Myers. Venice and
S A. c II termination Is an inherent liberty much as any
Shi? A sfimf can, a pec, of freedom and democracy .s that one need
. JL*ri love his neighbor, nor congregate with him. nor do
not necessaril) love nrns enterprise with him of any nature
ISA^SA^SS SSS and tending to challenge
the right of free choice.
One considers the lover of art. literature, music and fine arch,.ec-
e u. ;- u;c Own Storv hl.no discriminating His training and self-imposed disciplines
Caught in His Own Story Mbemg <*n^(ween that wmch is common and valid
Sometimes international diplomacy can ^^^SSTwilt he finds false amoral and' nco-npeten,, he
harTy be distinguished from out and HS& gWj-- JESSES. % tX*X
plicity. About the only amusing thing in such ^ *^Sn? V^ a mote, owner announces that his is a restricted
situations, we think, is when the diploma* Ju^
themselves become suHiciently involved in ggj and disciplines that have^ shaped his ability to separate wha,
1 J :~ is valid from invalid in humankind.
And Independence Day is a particularly proper time to demon-
strate his discriminating nature and to practice his right to discriminate^
Time was when people did not find themselves free to express their
individual and often dissenting opinions in any regard. One loved ones
moeror outwardly even if inwardly he could be held in easy contemp,;
and certainlv. in such matters as literature, the arts, society generally
and even science one was wise to be guarded about offering any value
judgments whatever because these matters were all manifestations of
church and State.
#
A Miami Physician is Honored
The U.S. Government bestowed a signal
honor on a Miami physician when it chose Dr.
Nathaniel M. Levin to direct a three-week post-
graduate course here spor.oored by the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The course, designed to instruct professionals
in methods of teaching laryngectomees to
speak, attracted top men in the field of eso-
phageal speech from throughout the United
States and Canada.
Dr. Levin has lonq devoted himself to this
highly specialized activity, and the govern-
ment's decision that he direct the course here
dees credit to a dedicated scientist, as well as
to the community in which he lives.
Working with a distinguished group of
faculty members from the University of Miami
School of Medicine, Dr. Levin did much to
impart his knowledge to others so that they
might return to their homes to assist in the
process of bringing speech to people whose
voice boxes have been surgically removed.
Many such afflicted people will be grateful
to him and to the top professionals who came
here for instruction in a pioneering held of
medicine.
,heir own machinations as to be rendered in-
capable of distinguishing between fact and
fancy.
A tender example in this regard was the
communist-sponsored World Assembly for
Peace held in Helsinki. Finland, where a Syrian
delegate charged that "warmongering, imper-
ialist Israel'' was "trying to engineer an ag-
gressive m.l.tary pact with the United States.'
The speaker. Saleh Akil. is a member of he
foreign affairs committee of the Syrian Par la-
ment. In the face of an overwhelming cordiality
extended the Arabs by Washington these days
the kind of cordiality that our State Depart-
ment emphasizes with grants-in-aid and mili-
tary assistance -perhaps Saleh Akil was a
trifle overly enthusiastic in his charges before
the World Assembly for Peace.
Warmongering, imperialism, aggression
this is all basic vocabulary for the proper com-
munist, and the Syrian delegate could have
chosen no better way to endear himself to the
hearts of those who heard him than by em-
ploying it with gusto.
But it surely seemed strange coming bom
an Arab whose colleagues, along with the en-
thusiastic support of our government, has been
giving Israel a rather rough time for the past
three years.
'Don'ts' for the Diplomat
Protocol is a part of diplomacy, and the per-
son in foreign service who ignores protocol
must suffer the consequences.
A news dispatch from London this week
should be set down in the "Don't" department
of the Primer for Young Diplomats.
The Italian Consul in Jordan, it appears,
served his jovial Arab guests some fine cognac
for the purpose of offering up a toast vowing
eternal friendship between the two nations.
The Italian Consul, according to the London
dispatch, has been declared persona non grata
and asked to return home. The cognac he
served the outraged Arabs was made in Israel.
Henry Byroade Finally Makes it
Where, oh where, is Henry A. Byroade? He
is that ambitious young man who was Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Midde Eastern Af-
fairs and who, one day in an "unofficial" ad-
dress subsequenty pubished by the Govern-
ment Printing Office, warned Israel it had bet-
ter forget American Jewry and become part of
the Near East world "or else."
He is the young career man in the U.S. State
Department who had previously helped our
government fashion foreign policy for the trou-
ble spot in such a way that Israel could never
take his advice, try as its leaders mighttry
as its leaders sincerely wanted.
He is the young man who thinks the Arabs
are right without question and who considers
the American Council for Judaism to be the
only significant Jewish orqanization in the
U.S. He is the younq man who would have
secret meetings with Elmo Berger, AJC's high-
powered executive, before our government is-
sued policy statements with regard to Israel
and the Near East.
He is now U.S. Ambassador to Egypt. Mr.
Byroade is finally home.
1mm CONUEHTiQh REASON
BUT INDEPENDENCE DAY has freed us of the need to say or do
one thing and feel or believe another And for this very reason it
seemed appropriate to watch Old Glory fluttering above the numerous
restricted signs along the Gulf Coast. Both symbolized an honest ex-
pression of rugged individualism There was no purpose in asking any
of the discriminating motel owners what July 4 and the Spirit of 16
mean let alone to explain that marvelous social and economic mani-
festo written by Thomas Jefferson. Only a few years back, a group of
graduate students at the University of Wisconsin carried the Declara-
Uofi Of Independence from door to door in Madison, asking people to
sign it as an expression of their personal beliefs.
The graduate students weren't successful in obtaining signatures:
many of them were reported to the FBI for carrying "seditious peti-
tions." Certainly, everyone knows the Declaration of Independence
were all good Americans. No one should be asked to prove his knowl-
edge here. July 4. 1776 granted the right to life, liberty and the pursuit
of happiness. Each of us is afforded this right; if some stumble along
the wav in their effort to achieve it, they should expect no added
privileges. As a matter of fact, the stumblers may even he trod upon
by others hurrying to pursue their happiness. This is the Declaration
of Independence.
In this regard, happiness must include the ability to discriminate
and this, too. is the Declaration of Independence, as I said before.
The flags undoubtedly fluttered from Secretary of Agriculture
Ezra Benson's home on July 4. Mr. Benson was also in the process
of practicing his right to discrimination. He could sit back with noble
satisfaction and rise in his own self-esteem. Several days before, he
had sent off a letter to Sen. Frank Carlson (Rep.-N.D.). in which he said
thai "as tar as I am concerned, a security decision at a given time.
either adverse or favorable, is not necessarily a decision for all of the
future." This remarkable observation demonstrates the most discrimi-
nation kind of position imaginable, for it is a manifestation of another
frequently practiced inalienable rightthe right to no opinion at aft
The letter to Sen ( aiNon concerned itself with Mr. Benson's reversal
in the Wolf Ladejinsky cast
*
THE SECRETARY of Agriculture announced on July 4 he had
withdrawn his charges against Ladejinsky as ;> security risk. In effect.
Mr Benson conceded that more qualified groups examined the Lade-
jinsky issue since the Tokyo agricultural attache's dismissal by him
last Dec 22 Following his ouster. Ladejinsky was cleared by Harold
Staasen and the Foreign Operations Administration for a post in
Vietnam. President Elsenhower at that time remained non-commital
also safely practicing his right to no opinionand declared the Jewish
scientist would be Mr. Stassen's private responsibility. For newsmen,
the President's particular brand of discrimination took on a careful
tone of wariness. Vietnam, he told them ambiguously, is "less sensitive
than Tokyo."
Thus it was that a security risk received clearance for U.S. duty
overseas, while neither the President nor the Secretary of Agriculture
moved to clear Ladejinsky s name. Mr. Benson's Monday reversal in
effect does belatedly just that. Telling Sen. Carlson that his Dec 22
adverse finding in imputing to Ladejinsky membership in two commu-
nist front organizations was probably written a bit too hard." he an-
nounced that "we now have better coordination all through the gov-
ernment ."
Clearly, the matter of coordination refers to security searches.
I while the letter in toto only briefly refers to Ladejinsky and principally
pardons the State Department for its unwarranted action against him.
But the remarkable observation about security decisions in general
> remains its key if. ,n truth, such decisions are not necessarily "for all
|oi the future.' then Mr Ladejinsky and his non-discriminating and
therefor.' rasped Npporteri are now called upon to take solace in the
fact that the agronomist was judged guilty simultaneously as he was
eharged beeauM of thc discriminating nature of our time; our tin*
now dictates. Mr. Benson implies, that judgments of guilt, if "b*
quently proved groundless, must be excused in the name of Federal
iritj and everything for which Independence Daythe da) on
which this horrendous whitewash was announcedstands.
But Mr Benson's letter also silently warns that Mr. Ladejm^y*
revised status need not ,|y ^ regarded as permanent. Ha*
la.tn. he tells the discriminating, we may catch him next time around.
It would indeed be fitting were the double-talking letter to Sen. Carl**
written in and posted from one of those patriotic motels along the Gulf
Coast on July 4. Mr Benson would certainly be welcomed as **
there, and he could enter into the Spirit of 76 with both barrels loaded.


-RIDAY. JULY 8, 1955
U&i&ncricHan
\harett Forms Government
s Coalition Cabinet Falls
Continued from Pago 1 A
bake-up was a criminal action
(it by the Attorney General
gainst M.ilkiel Greenwald, a
Miiphlctoer who lost 52 members
the family in Nazi gas chambers
l who, after seeking for many
i.ir- !o learn why the plight of
I r i.in Jews had not been pre-
or eased, came up with the
rcusation that Dr. Ka-.tnor had
elaborated with the Nazis. The
llstricl court in Jerusalem impos-
;i severe fine upon Mr.
I wald for charging him with
kving -harcd loot with the Nazis.
kit found that his charges against
|r. Kastncr as a Nazi collaborator
;id heen substantiated except for
Dr. Kastner, who during the war
eaded the Zionist rescue commit-
in Budapest, had negotiated an
ijrccment with the Nazis for the
flease of 600 Jews. The court rul-
that in doing so he had been
ulty of collaboration and had
ived the way for the extermina-
>n of half a million Hungarian
PAGE 5 A
Women's Group to Meet
Women's Group of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Center
at the Canton restaurant. 809 S\V
8th st. Program will include mah-
jong, cards and scrabble. Co-chair
men are Belle Peyser and Naomi
will meet Tuesday noon, July 12, i Stiller.
DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
OF BROOKLYN, N.Y.
wrles Malik of Lebanon
(ops UN for Inaction
Continued from Pago 1 A
Inrth Africa."
I Khalid el-Azm, Foreign Minister
Syria, tried bluntly to inject
In Israel propaganda when he
lid in his address that "Zionism"
s an offshoot of imperialism."
also said "in one instance, that
Palestine, the United Nations
kd to go off the course of the
barter, under the pressure of
ne powers, to an abnormal and
kprecedented course."
[Dr. Van KJeffens actually gavel
el-Azm when he began to call
the liberation of the peoples
North Africa. He warned the
n.iii statesman that he could not
Jse specific political disputes at
celebration meeting. After ap-
anng confused, el-Azm con
|ued. but apparently omitted
ne of his speech.
the* kL ?* S^wKgiou. school contribute $125 from
tori! ST T' fU?wd ,0 MUm Sinai hosPi,al *"* labor
tones. Presenting the contribution is Sidney Greenberq edu-
hos^ial V1Ce pre8ident' acceP18 ^e check for the
Party Will Honor Two
Hannah Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah Women, Mrs. Jack J. Falk.
president, will hold a card party
Tuesday evening, July 12, at the
Sagamore hotel. Mrs. Abe Singer
is card party chairman, and Mrs.
Jack Muravchick is hospitality
chairman. The party will honor
the birthday of two Hanna Senesch
members, Mrs. Maurice Collegman
and Mrs. Moc Katman.
Memorial Service at Spinoia
Forum for Charles Lee
Memorial service for the late
Charles H. Lee, who died in New
York July 1. will be held Sunday
evening at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct.
Mr. Lee was a charter member
of Uje Spinoza Forum and took an
active part in its programs during
the past 20 years.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director
of the Forum, will deliver the me-
morial address.
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opens, and will do so just as soon
as the paid membership reaches a
total of 500. Lawrence Friedman
is treasurer of the group at 68 West
Flagler st.
Two kicky girls off on a sum-
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Basch (left) and Elaine
Schwartzman. The duo are
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Candlelight Affair
For Miss Markowii.'
~ And DonaklS. Rose
A candlelight ceremony at the
Su hotel Sundaj united Fran-
cine Claire Markowitl and Donald
Spencer Rose in marriage Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Frieda Markowitl and the late Na-
than Markowitl. 837 Venetian iy.
and the brides unck -fath-
er. Harry Mark BW her in
mania
rkowiti dlenna
len- lacc
l The
pliqued A tiara held her
veil ar rried
white orchids and
was
son of 1
i
U
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Mrs. *!'; JacsfcsM
Miss Lipkin Wears
<'hontillv I acc Tulle
(iown tor (.c!\inoii\

Miss Silverstone
Weds Mr. Garrison

i in
marr
rents. !
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N v The R<-\ |
of
0I' Bro. I
of
H V
,nd Richard H ward Com. of
were united in
ght ceremony
'uly 3. in the Shel-
:e! Rabbi Morris A Skop.
rmed the
the daughter I
Mr at I "1
SW 11th Mr i an is the
Pr and Mrs Bernard Coan.
Twentiet
i T
- -
' ss Lipkin was attended by her
: Mr- Robert S Kat2. of Wei-
matron of honor
a the sister
bridesmaid w
N. Y..
Mr
. Mrs n -
r in
Ft -
S ?H
s
Miss Gewitz Plans
Rites for (October
- : aer prl
y- Robert
wen A.Ian Lip-
SdrwaiH. both of
Beach
;e by her father.
the bride wore a chantilly lace and
wn over satin with bouf-
rt and scoop neckline A
held her iir.certip
her bridal Bible
and ^tephanotis
scades of
Recept

Orchid Theme at
Tallcs. .lacobson
Wedding Ceremony
An orchid theme was carr..-.i out |
at the nuptial ceremonies i | \i,SJ
Phyllis Talle.s and Mclvin J
son. Saturday in the Colon;. '-.tan.
r^nt Dr Jacob H. Kaplan TeaJ
pie Israel rabbi emeritus irffjj
ated.
The bride is the daughter f Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Talles. 166: \w
16th It, and the hridegr m j,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip j.
cobson. of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Mrs. Morton Feit was Matron of
r for her sister, and Da. .rl jj.
eobaofl -erved as best man ; n h\%
brother Flower girl Ubbj ,e j,.
cobMO, sister of the bride:room,
won a blue organdy dre
All the women attend -: the
ceremony were given orch:' and
the wedding canopy was
in orchi
The bride wore a ballerina
length crystalet gown and illu-
rion vel She carried tw white
orchids on a Bible, gjft of her
1 fat her.
The Jacobsons left on a v. iding
trip for Pitts;>urth and New York
after a dinner at the Col"- Res-
taurant They will live in
Mn
Gene Troop
tttkmi n. (mi
Co wen. Hersh
To Live in Miami
At 5 p.m Sunday in the Perm-
Shady hotel in Pittsburgh Pi,
Merle Marlene Cowen and Murray
Earl Hersh. of Miami, wer ed.
The bride is the daughter I Mr
and Mrs Irving Cowen. of Pitts-
burgh The bridegroom"* parcsil
are Mr and Mrs. Henr>
12825 NW 8th ave.
Mr Cowen gave his dauc :er in
marriage. She wore a silk taffeta
ballerina length dress, a matching
cap which held her veil.
carried white orchids and
the-valley.
Attending Misa Cowen were
Mrv Leonard Pianin. Hanie' Gor-
don and Faye Nevins, and f
girl Cheryl Pianin Their
were ballerina-length in
colon
Shia Shapiro was best
Mr Hersh. and the usher
Sylvan Simon and Elliott
After a tour of the
I
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dri-ssni
I 'Ml
mn. t.tkmri S. P.//o Miss Her
; the
i!l re-
M
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Mr
Mrs
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Mrs. J
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S
Miss Cynara Stein Becomes Mrs.
"Richard Pollack in Candlelight Rites
June 26. was the day \ eptl B and dinner dance
a v. ... : the ceremony Mrs Jerry-
hard S Pollack Bht: the bride, and Ufa*
- 'he daueh'er of the Diane Barkdoll took charge of the
-idian a. -< book. The> wore pnr.-
for.
>
S :-he0fl
states, the couple will mak 'het^
home in Miami.
: Ml
Natalie Blacker
Views Pall Wedding
Dr. and 1 ** Mr J> U** the
Fay and the la1
k. 2508 SW 10*
to Ronald Tambor.
The The Tpr candlelight cere-
BSW1! Lodge in
altar decorated
r.ox ave M each 'white i and baby
talie graduated b breath, shell pir.k sweetheart read
mod. NJ- and ess and pink cand-
and is a junior at the 1 Banrtb officiated. and uncle of the bride. Jack D
and the Irvine Pietrack Quartet of- Bohrer and Mr and Mrs Sully
fered the traditional nuptial melo- Blasberg, cousins of the bride, all;
- :
Sir
Dr of In- Miami
Mr Timber is a graduate of Mi-
re Medical ami Beach Huh School and the
School. He was a VM School .eenng He is
e Thespians and Phi r1 by Cm: Aircraft. East
a medicai fratera;:> Hanford. Coon
and orange queen orchid cor
and ice blue and orchid *nutlet
respectively Table decoration*
>f sweetheart roses, baby
breath, white pompoms and shell
pir.k pe<"..< Ail flower designs
were executed by the Black-t>>ne
Flower Shops.
Among outKif-town guests were
Mr and Mrs jack Weinnb. aunt
He er ".he arroe
: VV
An early fall wedding ha< been
pinaaaed
dies Best mar was Myron H Pol- from New York
-rother of the groom, and the The bride is a graduate of Miami
were seated by \be Beach Senior High School, where
Marshall Pep- she was a member of the National
P*r Me'. j> Silbert. Mel Honor Society She majored in ele-
Dawdow. Donald Bertowitz and mentary education at the I'niver-
Jerry Pollack t Miami graduating with hon-
- her wedding day. the bnde vh* M a member of Alpha
chose a white lace ba'llenna over Lambda Delta and Phi Kappa Phi
rt The fitted T"* Rf00 graduated from Tech rogt'ls I\eVO;li
gh and the UaiveiaUji of Florida FpanCtnsVs 'I'l*< >t l""
Min tnmOmt for*'
a b**T Swirtt
line, edged in hand-clipped lace H* majored in architecture and
design with miniature b ->f Gargoyle H"n(>r
bow length rr,:- -ipleroented *nd ** Lambda Phi social fra-
the costume Her three-quarer ternjUes He >erved with the IS
length French ihasicn i 'V-
triple-tiered and held in place by a For her going awa> costume, the
cakK of pearls and leal design out- nde ehwaa a na%y travelling en-
hned in -ed p*arls Her >r.l> **mble with white accessories and
jewelry consisted of a strand of double white orchid corsage l'pun
pearU ad >he earned a cascade completion of a honeymoon trip
bowawet i 'he-valley, white to Mex.co CMj and Acapulco. the
phae orchids and center- newlyweds will reside in Miami
ed with two white hybrid orchids
Maid of honor was Florence Har *"** fo SfMfA
- attired m pale bine tulle wnh At the regular meeting of
""hmg stole. She earned a eas- Mianu Women's I nit of
He
was a
;:10
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Foge
SW 31st ave.. announce tl*
engagement of their da-jehter.
Francine. to Philip S Bibir ft W
Bibicoff h the son of Mr. and Mm
Irving Bibicoff. of Brookh
The prospective bride i- -'"!',
uate of Miami Senior High vb*S
She attended the Universit
ami. where *he majored hi ~M
ogy and was a member of the -
I oology chin.
Mr. Biucoff graduated
he Stuy^esant High School. N>
I nited | and the Vmversity of U-r
wtwe t
Pollack
leroi the bnde. 815 pa. Louis Altmeyer. presi
erepe. and Mrv dent of the Young Adult Fellow
other of the groom. Cbnh. wiU speak on the ac
hasty rose Usswe taUle Both l!!!??.1o( the You11* Adult Cere-
orehad corsages. 'SL ^^ *?* lni,wl Cerebral
\
Or of arta degree in J"n0 .1
was on the dean* &* **.
f Phi
men's iwworary. The
Pals, Chase. 16U SW U st.
bnd. -n
in
now an upper fr
Cmverstty of Miasni law school


)AY, JULY 8. 1955

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PAGE 7 A
is Queenth's Ring
pries Medical Stud
bride'i ring was an heirloom
[ng hand of antioue gold first
by her maternal grandmoth-
,hanged hands once again
[jnday, -June 26. at a noon
ring ceremony, uniting in
lagt< Miss Francine Barbara
ith daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
\c Quecnth. 499 NE 102nd St.,
(i. and Arthur Adler Fleisch-
' son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Jeiscber, Sr., 120 Salamanca
[(oral Gables.
bin Dr. Joseph R. Narot offi-
in the Ocean Lounge of the
I'l.i/a hotel at an altar decor-
with baby breath, white
|r~. hell pink carnations and
lln .ni roses. Best man was
bth.-r of the groom, and Allen
[ling. Charles H. NUW,
rw Meeker. Stanley Pred, How-
irumer and Sanford Kimball
|cil. Nuptial melodies were of-
by Juan Cortex and his quar-
Ln in marriage by her father.
ride chose floor-length white
tulle over very bouffant
|l taffeta. The fitted waist was
in an off-shoulder line with
sleeves, accented by an edge
ian>! clipped alencon lace
t> highlighted by tiny bril-
li (inlands of the daisies cas-
down the front of the skirt.
iwn of seed pearls and rhine-
ls held the double-tiered fing-
Inylh veil of imported French
m,
^ee quarter long nylon tulle
is completed the ensemble.
[the traditional "something
lived," the bride wore her
pr's pearls. She carried a
I Bible centered with two
hj hrid orchids and showered
stcphanotis.
iron of honor and sister of
ide was Mrs. Carl F. Knob-
land maid of honor was Miss
Was Grandmother's;
enl in Noon Rites
I Barbara Ann Fleischer, -i^tpr of
the "room. They wore identical
ballerina gowns of shell nink silk
organza over mauve taffeta, the
boat necklines accented by braid
ed organza and wearing matching
headpieces. Both carried heart-
shaped fans of baby orchids with
pink niaMne shower.
Flower girls were Rieki Diane
and Martina Sharon Knobloch,
nieces of the bride. They wore
nylon dotted Swiss over ice blue
and shell pink taffeta and carried
nosegays of sweetheart roses and
shell pink c ar nations. Mrs.
Quecnth, mother of the bride,
chose cocoa brown silk Georgette
topped with ecru Belgian lace and
dendrobium brown orchid corsage.
Mrs. Fleischer, mother of the
groom, chose pale blue handker-
chief linen with mioiatu*-* bugle
bead design and while orchid cor-
sage. Mrs. Ida Greenbern. attired
in a summer print, took charge of
the guest book and wore an on bid
wristlet.
The ceremony was followed ly
a reception and luncheon dam- ,n
ithe I r.perial room of the Rone)
Plaza hotel. Floral decorations
were executed, by the Blackstone
Flower Shops.
Among out-of town guests were
Mrs. Esther Z. Cooley, who flew
in from Sweden for the occasion;
Mrs. Ida Greenberg. aunt of the
bride from Newark. N.J.; and Mr.
and Mrs. Willis Fleischer. Sr.. Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin August. Mrs. Sam-
uel G. Friedman and Mr. Gordon
Block, aunts and uncles of the
groom, all from Philadelphia.
The bride's schools are the
Academy of Our Lady of Mercy,
Laurelton Hall, Milford, Conn., the
University of Miami and the Davis
Institute of Medical Technology.
She was president of Delta Iota
Tau sorority and is at present an
active registered medical technol-
ogist.
The grjom graduated from the
University of Miami with a Bach-
elor of Science degree cum laude
and is now attending the Univer-
sity ef Miami School of Medicine.
He is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa. Alpha
Sigma I'psilon and Phi Delta Ep-
silon fraternities. He was named
in the 1954 "Who's Who in Amer-
ican Colleges and Universities."
Upon completion of a wedding
trip to Nassau in the Bahamas, Mr.
and Mrs Fleischer will reside in
Coral Gables.
Miss Jean lim
merman, Ollanik
rot ha I Revealed
and Mrs. Ely Zimmerman, of
h-ity City. Mo., announced at
i party Sunday the engage
of their daughter, Joan, to
Ollanik.
bridegroom la the son of
N Mrs. Morris Ollanik. 121
8th ct.
bride-elect was graduated
[University City High School
Jttended Indiana University.
Ollanik is a student at St.
U'mliege of Pharmacy and Al-
kionces. He has served in the
I w'th the Far East Command.
ate has been set for the wed-
Dcrl Kunst to l)c
Mitzvah Here
"" Paul Kunst will become
1 in during Saturday morn-
mices of Beth David Syria-
*>n of Mr. and Mrs. Max
I 1640 SW 14th St.. Robert
ly* eighth grade of Shenan
[Junior High School and the
pear of Hebrew High School.
Is a member of Boy Scout
M at Beth David.
"Mown guests at the Bar
h will include Robert's un-
pm Kunst.
ng guests of honor at a re-
?" honoring the Bar Mitzvah
home Sunday will be his
Pmother. Mrs. Lillian Snyder
Bon Vovatfe Parties Fete Xussbaums
A series of Bon Voyage dinner
parties preceded the departure of
the Milton Nus.sbaums, of 4333
North Jefferson ave., Miami Beach.
Together with their two daugh-
ters. Renee and Fredelle, they sail-
ed June 29 on the S.S. Constitution.
They are planning to be away all
summer, combining business and
pleasure, touring Europe.
Just before leaving Miami Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nussbaum
were dinner hosts in their home
to the entire familyMr. and Mrs.
Morris Alpert. parents of Evelwi
Nussbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Merritt (Ruth Merritt is sister to
Mrs. Nussbaum), and Mr. and Mrs.
R. Zane Alpert. Evelyn's brother.
Mrs. Arthur Fleischer
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr and Mrs Henry Seitlin. of
327 Jefferson ave.. have returned
home after a three-month tour
abroad. Following eight weeks in
Israel, the Seitlins divided their
time in Italy, Switzerland and
France.
Vacationing in Jamaica are Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg, of 1060
Stillwater dr. Staying at the Myr-
tle Bank hotel, the Eiscnbergs are
on their first Jamaica visit. Mr
Eisenberg is treasurer of Riverside
Memorial Chapels.
Gus Trau, of 4574 Nautilus dr..
is spending the summer at Lilac
Lodge, West Nyack, N.Y.
Waifs from many lands like Enrico, who found a haven in the
B'nai B'rith Children's Home in Jerusalem, gather round a visi-
tor from America. Above is the new building of the Children's
Home in Beit V'gan. near Jerusalem, which has just been
completed at a cost of more than a quarter of a million dollars.
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iwk PPnnltv for Treason Congress Approves 1956 ^h^'Nnr a p- ^2 K ^^ F | 1
Death Penalty for Treason
Remains Israel Army law
JERUSALEM tJTA>The Nrae!
Congress Approves 1956
Economic Aid for Israel
WASHINGTON JTA)
tinned economic and techn
Parliament gave final approval t<. unuea economi* ..... ." -
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-ince 1948 The i
will atteo members <>t the armed
vilian employes ol the P| rteU l
wi rking
army and private firms
WASHINGTON D.C A
: thai Tiaha b'Ab be conw
into mi annu
...... thi eoi i
of mankind i r, anti Sernit-
ism afTd the rtatructlofl of Jewish
behind the Iron Curtail
le in Dr v
mittee in 'he Mu-ual Securitj eu ;., ie"bf The f tional
n bill which fa ih M nthly. published by Intai
The bill included no r/i
Dr Kaplan
Movement,

on3ffl?hiStaTl2 e The full report on the bill will .h- Mldn, him whether therel Irtl of
he for the Middle East in which the constructioi
"" 5um allotted for Israel is inclu article in i
imitation of the death sentence for released soon.____________^
son. The House was divided on
this point, but accepted it after an Qr# Rozenfal Named Israel
Honorary Consul in Colombia
ister David Ben Gurion.
U.S. Arms to Iraq Spell
No Danger, Jernegan Says
WASHINGTON 1JTA1 The
State Department's view that
American military aid to Iraq does
not threaten Israel was expressed
by John Jernegan. Deputy Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern Affairs, in testimony on
the Mutual Security bill released
the State pels the neei
for mourning the destruction oi
Jerusalem a n d the Tempi.' Dr
Kaplan replied that Tiaha b'Ab
should be retained II a Jewish
holiday, but that "the traditional
forms and the conventional spirit
NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Salva-
dor Rozental. representative of the ,n wmch it has been observed hith-
Jewisfa Agency in Colombia. haserto nave to undergo change in
been appointed Israel'* honorary keeping with the new conditions
Consul in Bogota. Colombia. Dr creatcd bv the establishment of the
Rozental has performed in the past
many missions for the Latin Amer-
ican Department of the Jewish Ag-
ency, and for the Israel Foreign
Office, in many parts of the Con-
tinent in 1949. he served as a tem Bamett Janner Elected Head
State of Israel and the new sensi
tivity to old wrongs
Tisha b'Ab OCCttn tin- year on,
July 28
Presentation of a new American flag for the day campers of
Camp Ma-Ka-Bee. sponsored by the Town Branch of the.
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is made by the
Norman Bruce Brown Post of Jewish War Veteran*. Taking
part in the presentation are (left to right) Jack Regal. Pott
trustee; Hy Morris. Past State Commander of Florida; Mrs.
Alvin Horowitz, chairman. Day Camp Committee, Town
Branch; Sidney Bergman, Senior Vice Commander. Norman
Bruce Brown Post; and Israel Silver, director. Camp Ma-Ka-
Bee.
me .mutual scemii} uin i tii-d.-t-u _._. -Aa tn ,u. icrrli iv HpIp
here by the House Foreign Affairs P"r> alde ,0 lhe Israel LN de,e" Of Board of Jewish Deputies
r-____:..__ if. l..nnn.,n i...,.l Ballon.
Committee. Mr. Jernegan stated
that US. military aid to Iraq
should be an "assurance"' to Israel
that Arab states, such as Iraq.
linked to states like Turkey and
Great Britain, which "quite ob-j NKW YORK (JTA) Negotia-
viousl) are not enemies of Israel.'tions between the Austrian Gov-
gat
Jewish Claims Committee
Resumes Talks With Austria
not going to engage
tures against her."
in adven-
More Residencies Sought
In American Hospitals
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)A call
for the granting of more residen-
cies and research fellowships for
Israel physicians in American hos-
pitals and medical institutions,
was sounded here at the fifth an-
nual assembly of the American
Physicians Fellowship Committee
of the Israel Medical Association.
Several hundred of the commit-
tee's 1.800 members attended the
assembly
ernment and the Committee for
Jewish Claims on Austria have re
sumed in Vienna the Committee
announced here. The negotiations
deal with legislative and adminis-
trative measures for alleviating the
plight of Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution in Austria, and partic-
ularly those who were forced to
emigrate.
Mayor Wagner Leaves Israel;
Impressed With Progress
<
LONDON (JTA>Barnett Jan- j
ner. Labor MP. was elected presi-
dent to the Board of Deputies of
British Jews to succeed Dr. Abra-
ham Cohen, who resigned. Dr. Co-
hen was named an honorary board
member .
Florida Federal
Gets Permit Here
Receiving a permit this week to
open the Florida Federal Savings
and Ian Association in the down-
town Miami area was a group of
persona headed by Paul H. H.
Marks, local attorney.
Marks revealed here that the ap-
plication was substantiated by an
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TEL AVIV (JTA)-New York's Julian. Mngner of Market Research
Mayor Robert F. Wagner left Israel,Associates. __,._. ,
after a four-dav visit, expressing' No loca,lon for Honda Federal
himself as deeplv impressed bv has >'et. ^en announced
the achievements of Israel and as-L Comprising its first board are
suring the Israel people of the sym- *"* ^ C'T^o w ? *Str'
pathy of New Yorkers He noted *lf:ed,.B Parker. Robert L. Rice
that both Americans and lamella!* P_Camro,_C. OttUtril Babcock
fight for democratic ways of life. "J Sfymou;,P Kc,,h ,.
of Israel looks to the Jews of Amer- Karlier ne was fetcd at jcrusal-! Marks said tne association hopes
ica to continue and intensify their crns (j(v Han
support of Israel Bonds through I
the Development Corporation for t u *>
Israel." Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz.CorSI TellS Avory Some
chief executive head of the new officials Don't Want Migrants
Cleveland Acclaims Bond
Head; Sales Hit $436,000
CLEVELAND (JTA)"The State
the Jews of Amer-
ica to continue and intensify their
to open by next November.
Israel Bond organization, told a
capacity audience at the dinner; CHICAGO (JTA)Emphasizing
here dedicated tojhe economic de- that the refugee problem "is not
a Jewish problem." Edward J. Cor-
si. former U.S. Commissioner of
Immigration, told a Combined
fense of Israel. The audience as-
sembled to welcome Dr. Schwartz
to Cleveland applauded the an-
nouncement that S436.450 in Is-
rael Development Bonds had been
sold for the occasion.
Institute for Ethical Studies
In Atomic Age Established
NEW YORK (JTA)Establish-
ment of an Institute for Ethical
Studies in the Atomic Age. which
will enable scholars to devote full
time to studies that might bring
ethics, theology and philosophy to
a high level commensurate with
scientific achievements, was an-
Jewish Appeal dinner here that
"there is a hard core of men in
I Congress who do not want immi-
[gration at all, and who mislead the
| American people concerning the
j whole problem, playing on old
fears and prejudices."
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Mojer N.t r-.IUck, Director
Israel Airline Signs Contract
For New Passenger Planes
TEL AVIV (JTA) El Al-Israel
National Airlines signed a contract
here for the purpose of three
nounced here by the Jewish Theo-, huge passenger aircraft for use on ;
logical Seminary of America. The the line's Tel Aviv to New York
announcement was made by Dr. Tel Aviv to London and Tel Aviv;
Louis Fmkelstein. chancellor of the to Johannesburg routes. The new-
Seminary, and Admiral Lewis L.! 93-passenger planes will be Bristol
Strauss, chairman of the United Britannia turboprop craft of the;
States Atomic Energy Commission, new Whispering Giant" model, so'
who is also chairman of the Sem-1 nick-named because of their relfr
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"Satiafactory Work by
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UN Body Orders Egypt
To Dismantle Border Post
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Is- '
rael-Egyptian Mixed Armistice
Commission has condemned Egypt
for aggression against Israel terri-
tory and Israel personnel in viola-
tion of the armistice agreement.
The MAC also ordered the Egyp-
tians to dismantle an Egyptian
military post situated very close to
the Gaza frontier from which the
Egyptians opened fire on an b-
rael patrol inside Israel territory
and to return two cars which Egyp-1
tian forces seized inside Israel j
after they had driven off settlers!
who were in them.
tively quiet operation. The planes,
scheduled for delivery in the
spring of 1957, will cut flying time
between Tel Aviv and New York.
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PAGE 9 A
1
;ligious directory
TH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will [
|s rdaj momine services at
: Vnnkov G. Rosenberg,
pointed spiritual leader,
ite and preach on the,
\\\ Portion. Daily services will
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.

iuDATH ISRABL'' HEBREW
flTUTE will hold Friday eve-
Iservices at 7. Saturday morn-
Jcrvices are at 9. Rabbi Isaac
will officiate, with Cantor
rl Lutman rendering the mus-
JMrtiona of the liturgy. Hosts
Iddush will be Mr. and Mrs.
Shenker in memory of their
At 6:30 p.m.. Rabbi Ever will
L Ethics of the Fathers. Min-
lollows at 7. Daily services will
8 a.m. and 7 p.m., with Sun-
[morning services scheduled
[AGLER GRANADA JEWISH
UJNITY CENTER will hold
wening services at 6:45.
t-day morning services are at 9.
Indlelighting Time
Tammui It 6:54 p.m.
1 11 Hpim will officiate and
a the topic: "To Appreci-
tml Being Appreciated." Min-
li at 6:45 p.m.. followed by
EPETH ISRAEL NORTH-
CENTER will hold Friday
fnj: services at 8:30. Jack
will officiate in the absence
ibbi Abraham Herson. Satur
I morning services are at 9,
Kidciush following.
*
IESETH ISRAEL CONGRE
|ON will hold Friday evening
res at 6:30 Saturday morning
re- are at 8;30. Class in Ethics
Fathers will be held at 6:15
followed by Mincha and
|v. ...

4PLE BETH SHOLOM will
[Friday e\ening services at
Albert Comanor, executive
lor of Jewish Family Service,
ii-cuss: "The Lost Child"
lay morning services are at
(i.ntor Samuel Kelemer will
|r 'I e muMcal portions of the
WLE ISRAEL of Miami will
[Friday evening prayer serv-
lt 8:15.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening Strv>
ICM at 8:15 Rabbi Morris Skop will'
devote his sermon to the 750th an-'
niversary of Moses MaiiTionides.
This will mark the closing Friday .
evening service until Aug. 19. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9:45,
when Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Toback, 5700 San Vicente,
becomes Bar Mitzvah. The Tobacks
will be hosts at Kiddush following.
< *
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15, with Cantor Maurice
Neu rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Lucille Moore
will direct the choir. Guest speaker
will deliver the sermon in the ab-
sence of Rabbi Henry Okolica. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9.
Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m.
and 7 p.m.
*
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 Seu-
dos. Daily services are scheduled
for 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 6. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate and discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Cantor Philip Brummer will
render the musical portions of the
'
Pianists and accordionists here gave per-
formances last week at a student-musicale
sponsored by their teacher, Mrs. Harold
Robin, 2250 SW 28th st. They are (left to
right, seated) Rochelle Herman, Judy Har-
ris, Susan Cash, Larry Krant. Sybil Ser-
naker, Joyce Gold and Dena Goldstein.
Standing are Matt Meehan, Carol Goldstein,
Fred Berney, master of ceremonies, Mrs.
Robin, Susan Freedman. Warren Berney
and Susan Barnett.
liturgy. Daily services are in the
chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30.
Mincha will be at 6.45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Cantor
Samuel Salkow will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services are scheduled for 8
a.m. and 15 minutes before sun-
down.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will
discuss: "Who are Our Enemies
and Who Are Our Friends." Sat-
urday morning services are at 9.
Sermon will be based on the Week-
ly Portion. Daily services are at 9
a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30. Saturday morning services
will be at 8:30. Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz will preach on the topic:
'The Missing Shepherd." Rev. Ru-
dolph Brill will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
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Assistant Vic* P-asidant
H. HARRY DENHAM
Assistant Vic* Prasidant
L. J. REIHER
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C. H. MclNTIRE
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M. E. NET
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J. M. GREIST
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First Vie* Chairman
J. M. GARCIA
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Pr*sid*nt of Bank
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.V

Anderson in Second
Appearance Here
I.eRov Anderson, noted conduc-
toc-corapoter, will make hi- second
-uccessive guest appearance with
the University of Miami Summer
Symphony Orchestra on Sunday
evening. July 10. at Miami Beach
Auditorium.
The fourth summer program will
feature the Hungarian March.
-RakoczN. by Berlioz. Overture to
The Gypsy Baron." .by Strauss:
Valse Triste, Sibelius; and Marche
Slav, Tschaikowskj
AJsO to be heard are Caprii
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With Teiley Tea
Now that the summer i- here,
our minds turn to thoughts of
keeping c o o I. Different pi
mak- different suggestions for
keeping cool Some people saj I
poin North Pole is the
thin m happen in the sum-
Others flee to the mountains
i.- struggle to 'h<- seashore
As for ourselves, we prefer I i
easiest and n ghtful way of
ng of( with a tall
But not ju-t any iced
The tea to drink i- Tetlej
cause 01 ly Tetlej has that refresh
jng, flavor which re\
and energies. Tetley tea i~ Kosher
and Parvc and produced under
Strict Rabbinical supervision.
Yes, you can't beat this pure and
healthy enjoyment in the summer,
which Tetley Tea affords you Tet
ley Tea retains it- strong, delicious
flavor even i( you make your iced
tea by putting ice cubes into a
ol hot tea Some people like
their iced tea made in advance, by
nr.st brewing the tea and then let-
ting it cool off in the refrigerator
In any case, no matter which meth-
od you use lor making iced tea.
Tetlej is mo-t cooling and refresh
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So u-it your grocer today and
buy a package of Kosher Tetley
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and neighbors and bask in their
praises Tetley is, of course, just
as good when it's hot. And another
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It costs less than any other drink
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Top Quality, Low
Price Meat Policy
Sol Weiss has just returned from
New York City, where he engaged
in a number of conferences with
whole-ale meat companies
Weiss, who i- owner of Sol's
Kosher Meat and Poultry Market
at 7446 Colin,- ave., Miami Beach
this week announced that his dis-
cussions with the wholesaler- will
result in "top quality and the low-
est possible prices" for purchasers
of meat products at his concern
At h !>.'<.<-iii location for over
lour years and with a lont) record
oi satisfied patron-, Weiss for-
merlj operated markets in Brook
lyn and Greei field Park, Catskill
Mountain-.
Sol's ,o? her Meat and Poultn
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sion oi Vxudath Israel Vaad h
kashruth Kashruth at the marl el
i ;i n plica of the rigid kosher
standard I in y,
own home, he said.
Newh announced la a sell v i
ice dairy products department at
Sol's Kosher Meat and Poultry
Market The dairy department will
be entirely separate from the meat
market in order to guarantee con-
tinued kosher standards and will
Nature top quality Sunny Brook
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Also available at Sol's is a grill
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their meats and poultry.
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-Jewish fkrkji&n
PAGE 11 A
raeli Boy Scouts Arrive in US.
To Participate in National Tour
NEW YORKA selected group of nine Israeli Boy Scouts, includ
I i in and a Catholic, received the greetings of a Patrol of New
,i<> upon (heir arrival in New York-Xuadatf fffnrd Ihc-ll A
from Haifa P^lfcM **I?*
Invited to make a tour of Scout camps in the United States ;md
to participate in the World Scout Jamboree in Canada in August.
(Israeli visitors were met by a New York Scout patrol. Scout offl
and .Jewish leaders. At cere------------------------------------------
. mi shipboard the visitors
Israel presented the blue and
L flag of their country to their
, greeters and the U.S.
in turn, gave an American
a their foreign guests
rkoming the youth were
i.ii Dafnl. Acting Consul-Gen-
Int Israel, who greeted them in
III of his government, and Rab-
rving Miller, chairman of the
Zionist Council, who bid
welcome in behalf of all the
i-i organizations in the United
The American Zionist
ICH is coordinating the Scouts'
throughout the country in co-
ration with the Boy Scouts of
pica, whose guests they will be
various encampments visit-
Meeting them in behalf of the
|t organization were Frank L.
national chairman, Commit
Jewish Scouting of the Boy
t-- of America; and District At-
B Edward S. Silver of Brook
-presenting the Metropolitan
icil of the Committee on Jew-
Scouting.
1 delegation was chosen to
sent the 9.000 Israeli Boy 2
s at the eighth annual Jain-
s'hich will take place at
ara-on-the-Lake. Ontario, for
lays beginning Aug. 18. This
le first time that the State of
il will be represented at the
lational gathering of scout-
Haifa. Tel Aviv and other cities in
Israel. The Moslem youth is 15
year-old Naeem Hassan Abdallah
Mansoor. from the village of Tira.
Farid Na/ri Makhleh. 26 years old.
is a Catholic Scout leader from
Nazareth
ii Israelis, who expressed de-
at being permitted to meet
fellow Scouts from the Unit-
Rates, will visit camps near
Haven, Providence. Boston.
delphia, Washington, Buffalo
at Narrow slmrg. N. Y., before
to Canada Prior to their offi-
jur they will see the sights of
York and will be guests at
I I Consulate, 11 East 70
tomorrow (Wednesday) after-
iging in age from 15 to 17.
MM s come from Jerusalem.
IN THE MAIL
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
In your last week's rssue an ad
of the Mogen Dovid Meat Products
appeared in connection with the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus.
In that ad the writer insinuated
that there are irregularities in
Kashrus. because as the writer puts
it, "The big interest of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashrus is money."
To be honest to ourselves, fair
to the Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashrus, and truthful to the Rab-
binical Director, Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky of the Vaad, I wish to
state here openly, publicly and
truthfully that:
1. I am connected with the Great-
er Miami Vaad Hakashrus long-
er than the Mogen Dovid, and
That the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrus never took a cent
from me for supervision or en-
dorsement.
That the Rabbinical Director,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
never took any product free of
charge from me.
4. That none of the Vaad's mash-
gichim took anything free of
charge from us as a "token of
appreciation."
It is my honest conviction and
belief that all honest Kosher
butchers, shochtim and other deal-
ers in kosher products will assure
you that they also had the same
experience.
Hoping you will give my letter
"L'maan Hoemes" the proper place
in your newspaper.
HENRY MERMELSTEIN
Kosher Butcher, Miami
3.
Marking the first time in history that Israel
will participate in the World Jamboree of
International Boy Scouts, nine Israeli Boy
Scouts including Moslem pnd Christian
youths, arrived in New York City aboard the
S.S. Jerusalem, enroute to Niagara-on-the-
Lake. Ontario, the site of this year's inter-
national gathering of scouts. The Israeli
scouts were welcomed by a delegation of
American Boy Scouts who presented them
with an American flaa and in turn received
an Israeli flag from the boys from the Near
East. The Israeli scouts were selected from
among 5,000 Israeli Boy Scouts to represent
their country.
Proceeds for Israel
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, president
of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women,
announces a luncheon and card
party on Tuesday noon. July 12,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Clein. 1860 SW 4th st. Pro-
ceeds are for the Children's Vil-
lage and Farm School in Ranana,
Israel.
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Spur Washington
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Youth can take some credit for
the continued growth of Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation, 1244 Washington ave.
Miami Beach.
Washington Federal's semi-an-
nual financial report, through June
30. shows assets of $13,200,000, "to
retain its position as the fastest
growing savings institution in
America," according to Jack D.
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the Association.
Gordon attributes a good deal of
the success "to the progressive
policies and personalized services
to customers, carried out by a
youthful board of directors."
Board chairman for Washington
Federal is Arthur H. Courshon, 35
years old. Both men were among
the founders of the Association
two and one-half years ago.
However, "a sound approach"
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boosted 50 percent in six months
to $213,000. "We believe that safe-
ty is more important than mere
growth," Gordon added.
"Intelligent and progressive
planning, carried out with an em-
phasis on personal service to cus-
tomers, has been our policy."
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July 1, The Jewish Floridian will
charge twenty cents for single
copies. The increase comes as a
result of increased production
costs and the fact that The Jew-
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before. This new policy in no
way affects the annual sub-
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Heart Association Names
Sweeny New Treasurer
James C. McClelland, chairman
of the board of the Heart Associa-
tion oi Greater Miami, announced
this week the election of Joseph A.
Sweeney, certified public account-
ant, as treasurer of the Association.
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1955
SECTION B
NEWS Of THE WEEK
IN REVIEW

*
Government Picks Miami Man to Lead International
Postgraduate Course Conducted at Med School Here
Thirty-two postgraduate students arc now back at their various
posts throughout the United States and Canada helping to teach pa-
tients talk again, who had their larynx or voice box removed. The
postgraduate students will also train other teachers in universities and
centers in special methods of speech production.
They gathered here to participate in an interesting and unique
course recently held under the-------
sponsorship of the University of
Miami School of Medicine, Dr.
Dr. Mmtkmmhl levin
UVE DUE
lr. Finn Named
board Chairman
ly Civic League
Election of Dr. Leonard H. Finn
< hairman of the board of direc-
ts of the Civic League of Miami
Lin was announced this week by
J.I Pcrlmutter, president of the
rycarol(l civic organization.
Harry Zukernick, attorney and
bt president of the Civic League,
Homer Marsh, Dean. The students
included professors in universities,
heads of speech and hearing cen-
ters, representatives from leading
medical groups. Veterans Admin-
istration hospitals and rehabilita-
tion centers.
Thee three-week course was the
first in the United States or
even in the worldon such a high
professional level. Another first
was the fact that the United States
Governmentactually, the Office
of Vocational Rehabilitation in
Washington, D. C, Department of
Health, Education and Welfare
made the entire project possible by
granting scholarships to the high-
ly qualified professionals from
throughout this nation and Can-
ada.
Dr. Nathaniel M. Levin, M.D.,
F.A.C.S., was selected by the U.S.
government to organize and direct
the postgraduate course at the UM
school of medicine. When expecta-
tions are finally realized, the train-
ing program will help lessen the
shortage of teachers in this highly
elected vice chairman of the
?ard. He served as a member of
group's civic affairs committee
M year.
|l>r Finn, a past president of the
iunn Beach Dental Society, also
a former president of the Civic
tague. He is a past chairman of
!<' City of Miami Beach planning
kard.
|l'< Finn, a past president of the
rc.itcr Miami Alumni Association
Alpha Omega dental fraternity,
chairman of the Interamerican
fade and Cultural Center coramit-
f <>f the Miami Beach Taxpayers
sociation.
A recipient of the Legion of
lent from the Array Air Force for
ledieal department research, Dr.
f<" i- i -taff member of Mt. Sinai
[ tal. Perlmutter said that
Jiih the aid of Dr. Finn, Zucker-
pek and fust vice president Allen
'!dl>crg, the Civic League will
aunch an intensive member-
Mp drive
Halfway Mark
Viewed at Sinai
By Early Fall
Nearly $1,800,000 have been
raised in the campaign to con-
struct, a new $4,000,000 Mt. Sinai
Hospital, it has been announced by
Daa B. Ruskin. chairman of the Mt.
Sinai Hospital Development Fund.
The new hospital is a joint proj-
ect of Mt. Sinai Hospital and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Ruskin this week called a prog-
ress-report luncheon meeting of
the campaign committee for Wed-
nesday noon, July 13, in the Me-
morial Room of the hospital, at continued,
which time reports will be heard
from the physicians committee
headed by Dr. S. Charles Werblow.
Invited to address the group will
be Dr. Herman Smith, authority
and consultant on hospital con-
struction, who will arrive in this
area from Chicago July 11. Dr.
Smith is expected to confer with
Mt. Sinai officials and local medi-
cal authorities concerning final
plans and detail changes in the
modern hospital structure, which
is to be built next year on Collins
Island, immediately adjoining the
present hospital facility.
Hospital president Max Orovitz
and Mr. Ruskin expressed satisfac-
tion with progress of the initial
phase of the campaign and pre-
dicted that the half-way mark of
$2,000,000 would be reached by
this fall.
specialized field and make it pos-
sible for any laryngectomee to ob-
tain speech training from a quali-
fied teacher.
Laryngectomees, briefly, are per-
sons who have had their larynx
surgically removed because it was
found to be cancerous. This part
of the body contains the vocal
chords, which create sound when
breath passing among them is ar-
ticulated. Without the voice box,
laryngectomees would ordinarily
be mute. The new speaking proc-
ess, the subject of the three-week
course in Miami, is designed to
help patients produce articulated
sound by the help of other organs
of the body specifically the esopha-
gus.
Dr. Levin surrounded himself
with a distinguished faculty from
the University of Miami, D a d e
County Medical Society and visit-
ing lecturers, as well as visiting
esophageal speech teachers. From
the University of Miami were Pro-
fessors W. A. D. Anderson, Harold
E. Davis, John J. Farrell, Robert
H. Hill, George H. Paff. Jess
Spirer, C. Raymond Van Dusen and
Dr. David Kirsh. Also present was
a panel ->f speakers from the U. S.
Veteran's Hospital under Dr. Ed-
ward F. Zimmerman.
The final days of the three-week
course coincided with the Conven-
tion of the International Associa-
tion of Laryngectomees. persons
without voice boxes who can be
found all over the United States,
Canada, Africa and elsewhere.
Laryngectomees have joined to-
gether in clubs called "Lost Cord
Clubs" to assist each other in the
readjustment period following this
major surgical operation which
leaves them speechless. Teachers
taking the course met large num-
bers of laryngectomees and during
the entire three-week period,
training of the speechless patients
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, member
of the faculty for the postgraduate
course, was also coordinator of the
Continued on Pa9* 6B
Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly (right) has been appointed Marshal of
the 1955 National Convention Parade of the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the United States. The 60th national encampment of
JWV will take place in Miami Beach in October. Shown dis-
cussing the line of march with Sheriff Kelly, which will be
started at Meridian ave. and 17th st., are Romeo J. Shepard,
Chief of Police, City of Miami Beach, and Maurice Klein, first
vice president of the national convention committee and chair-
man of the parade committee.
Samuel Gertner (center) is installed president of the South
Florida Hospital Council at its 11th annual banquet in the
Algiers hotel. Also on the Council are Joseph McLoon (left),
vice president; and S. K. Bronstein. secretary-treasurer.
MOUNT SWAI EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NAMED PRESIDENT
Gertner Installed by South Florida Hospital Council
Samuel Gertner, executive di-
rector of Mount Sinai Hospital, was
installed last week president of the
South Florida Hospital Council.
At its 11th annual banquet, held
in the Algiers hotel, the Council
conferred its highest office on
Gertner. who is executive director
of Mount Sinai Hospital.
The new president promised a
History of American Zionism
Crrtifct. IBM. by America* Jawtih PrM
vigorous administration of the as-1 He lauded the past administra-
sociation which is comprised of' tion officers and their efforts,
all accredited hospitals in south! Others installed in the Aladdin
Florida. "All hospitals can benefit j room were Joseph McAIoon, Holly -
by interchange of ideas and by dis-, wood Memorial Hospital, as vice
cushions of problems and policies J president; and S. K. Bronstein,
through the office of this Council." i Jackson Memorial Hospital, who
Gertner stated, as he accepted the was reelected secretary-treasurer,
gavel from outgoing president t Some 40 hospitals were reprc-
Tracy Hare, of Variety Hospital. Isented.
4. Proclaiming an Ideal
DR. JAKOB ROSENTHAL ond MAURICE del BOURGO
[oung Jwfams to Metf
Nt Tamid Chapter of Young
[ will meet Wednesday eve-
|in. July 13. at the home of Ita
[ l<>r the coming year will be dis-
used. Group leader is Miss Fran-
ces Frome.
M im. THt U 5 CONGRESS ADOPTED A
JOWT MSOLUTION P AVOWNS THE OTA*. _
umen in paustmi o* a jewnh
NATtONAl HOME.
KIHU 0 STONt ZOA If AMR Of IC4TOH
msuamd senator loom Of MASi. to
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FRIDAY. JULY 8, U
PAGE 2 B
Gables Post, Auxiliary
Bring Back Honors
Convention delegates from Coral
Gables Post. Jewish War Veterans,
and its Udies' Auxiliary brought
back good news from the State con-
vention in St. Petersburg. Coral
Gables. Post received a plaque for
being tlv "best Post In the State
during 1954-1955 while the Aux-
iliary received a trophy for hav-
ing the greate.-t increase in mem-
bership.
In addition, several members ot
the Post were elected to office in
the Stale Department They are
Buddy Logue. Junior Vice Com-
mander: Lenny Lifshutz. Officer
of the Day: Ira Schwartz. Liason
Officer; and Mrs. Buddy Logue.
Junior vice president of the Lad-
Auxiliary Department of
Florida.
The Post meets every first and
third Tuesday evening and the
Auxiliary every second and fourth
Tuesday evening at the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center.
Amateur Contest Scheduled
Amateur contest and Chinese
auction will be held by Tifereth
Israel Northside Center Saturday
evening. July 16th. Auditions will
be held on Sunday morning. July
10. for all people up to the age of
18. Prizes will be given to the best
amateur Proceeds are for the Cen-
ter's operating fund.
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to market it in cake mix form ^/f^,,,1 splCy tanf In
years ago. Mary Ball WfcMngton ram* and gen, y W^ ^
pnva.e rec.pe for gingerbread has this^inM ^^ ^ ^
just joined-or. rather, rejo ned- a been eq ^ ,dvM.
the family of new Dromedarx Cake WWJg, W|th DroBedary,
M?S h one of the authenUc re-: that tfve mix and..* DjJJJ
cpes which made George Wash- W Mixes, aeTom a n v other
baker and authority on fine food | r>rome\ exclusive new pre
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is faithfully duplicated in Drome- a supcrblending process that gives
dark Gingerbread Mix in all de-ja supcr smooth batter with tar
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kitchen ingredients and the ex- .Dromedary's exclusive new mir-
rlu.sive processes which mark new ac,0 shortening, not available in
' anv store at any price, provides
further assurance of consistently
finer baking results for expert and
novice alike.
Dromedary Gingerbread Mix.
now wrapped, like the other new
Dromedarv Cake Mixes as the most
revolutionary i m p r ovement in
Cohen Joins Law Firm
Of Schwartz & Zinn
Bart L. Cohen, former assistant
state attorney general who repre-
sented Florida in more than 100
criminal appeals and was success-
ful in upholding convictions
insl Fddie Coco, the Cash broth-
er- and A Elwood North, has join-
ed the law firm of Scnwarz & Zinn
in Miami.
Cohen is a graduate of Miami
- i,.r H !i School ;md of the I'ni-
sity of Florida's college of law.
He has been a Miami resident for
some 20 years.
Following his graduation from
law school. Cohen was appointed a
earch assistant to the Florida
Supreme Court. After a year with
the Supreme Court, he entered
private practice in Tallahassee un-
til November. 1952. when he was
appointed assistant attorney gen-
eral.
A formerly director of the Tal-
lahassee Jaycees, Cohen has been
active in the state Jaycee organ-
ization. He is married to the for-
mer Jackie Freeman, of Miami
Beacb. They have one child
Charming Reelected Chairman
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Miami consulting structural engi- Dromedary Mixes, in a gleaming
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Others named to office this week prepare, requiring only the aricii-
were Sidnev Aronovitz. vice chair-|tion of water to make a pertect
man; Robert A. Schade. secretary; batter. It is a versatile product.
D Fail Wilson and Bernard M. yielding cake, cookies or cupcakes
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hardship Hearings before the ruth supervision of the Lnion ot
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>AY. JULY 8. 1955
-JeHlstFkrkHan
>sser Named
?rchestra Head
ill red Lesser was last week
L,.,l president of the Miami
I,.|, civic Orchestra.
ni the reorganized board of di-
i the Friends of Miami
h,Ii Civic Orchestra.
[esser immediately announced
for a concert to be staged in
fmingo Park Wednesday at 8
with Stan Porter, baritone,
Isoloist. He also issued a call for
"Friends."
fhe committee issued the fol-
ring -tatement in connection
ill Lesser*! naming:
[Coinciding as it does with ap-
intment of Barnett Breeskin as
laical tlirector and conductor of
ami Beach Civic Orchestra, this
-ring of the reins in the hands
It he newly elected president will
Ihance the opportunities, for mu-
il activities for the benefit of
Miami Beach public.
jin February, 1953, the Miami
|ach Civic Orchestra successfully
wonted its debut concert at Mi-
ii Beach Auditorium through the
forts of its then executive direc-
r. Alfred A. Lesser, which was at-
I n d e d by approximately 4,000
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FRIDAY. JULY
PAGE 4B
BORES SMOLARj^z
iNeTzioHisTParty on the U.S. Scene?
The split between the Lipsky group and the pre
enrimini.tr.tion of the Zionist Organ*io of
Ueric. may eventually lead to the formation of a
neTz^ni^t partr ... the United States The Lipsk>
group which'terms itself the "Liberals.' m.ts
political approach closer o the Progressive Partym
TraeMhan to .he General Zionist Party. It there-
ore no wonder that it opposes so strongly the ZOA s
Official affiliation with the General Zionists in Israel.
I will also be no surprise if the Lipsky, es rece
,ng no satisfaction, organize themselves into a Lib
eral Zionist Party along the same lines as the Pro-
gressive Party in Israel. At any rate, the Lipskj
group seems determined to secure a maximum num-
ber of delegates to the forthcoming World Zionist
Congress wh.ch will be held in Israel next Spring.
How they will get it will be seen wry soon. The
group, according to Lipsky. has the-backing of Dr.
Israel Goldstein. Dewey Stone. Rudolf Sonneborn.
Fred Monosson. Judge Louis E. Levinthal and other
veil known Zionist leaders. Reverberations of the
revolt started by Mr Lipsky against the ZOA admin-
istration will be felt in the Zionist ranks through-
out the country They may find expression not only
in discussions, but also in the sale of Shekolim. Mow-
er, the real danger for .he ZOA today may not *
much the Lipsky revolution, as the sudden com
ing to life of the American Friends of Israel, h
organization, although incorporated several >ears
ago. has not functioned.
All indications po.n.. h.^vor toljj* *J
ON THE
SeSf?rsMaBsa
wnen ne was .c....v. ~.....- r,iPH
,he dissolution of the Zionist groups in the n ed
Slates and the formation, instead, of an oan,za,l"n
T^erL Friends of Israel which *, d ,nclude
MA.MON.DES. A Biography. NlMMM *
Bloch Publishing Company. 1955. 13*0.
By HILARY MINDLIN
w Yo
i TOOK I)r Zeitlins biography of the Rambam along with mec,
brief buTdelightful vacation, thereby breaking faith with the pubH*
h en masse or at least with their advertising department Akn
Seating salads in the summertime. Americans seem to folio, bhndl,
, Zim.'.s The BOA Wrongly JJ*%& trad.t.on that summer reading must be light read^
nn e,nis idea but RttSS Sonneborn Incorpor- ^mewha, humorous, somewhat frivolous, and definitely n Ux,
TcUhe name "the organ,z,.,.n proposed by Ben o J winter.Weary brain\ Prefer?y', TalhTTJh^h, "V*1
S andme, it in reserve Now thai Sonneborn. s|endcr llttle thingslight enough I gather to be able to
Mentor Wt5 and to others have stepped out ^.^ on a sleeping stom.ch without disturbing the sal.d therein,
of The bond campaign, .hey .n.end to make .he fcen ^ al, thls post-weekend meandering has method in ... hiej
AmerLn Friends <.f Israel an active organization me !o a ,*,. said point being that "Maimonides goe, well
The! -intent on has provoked a good deal of suspi- J* v<,as(in nappens also to be a slender volume but this ,s
don among ZOA leaders who fear that such an or ^^ adv;intage; the story of the great rabb. u far too shmu
ganization will undermine the existence of the Zion- (o a,|ow any noon-day dozing
ist movement in this country.
LEON UVTTERMAN
Ape Shape No Setback
If You're Prepared for it
Edward G Rohinson was glanc. nephew came home with his re-
ing though a batch of publicity | port card. "Well. Sammy, said
photographs that had just arrived; Ph.l. ^JSMlTSSfL
from the studio. Brother1 These
are the worst pictures I ever saw
of me." He motioned for his wife
to examine the prints. "Dear. jus.
look at my expression. I look like
an ape."
Robinson's wife lifted an eye-
brow and murmured, "You
should'se thought of thai before
you had them taken."
* ?
A dimwit actor meeting Eddie
Cantor seized the opportunity to
clear up a point that had been
troubling him: "Are you crazy if
vou talk to yourself?"
"Not at all." said Eddie, "but you
are if you listen."
<
Danny Kaye overheard an act-
ress who was just married being
congratulated by her friends.
"You're going to be very happy."
I did better than that, uncle."
was the kids reply. "I was held
over for another twenty-six weeks."

A young author with little to
recommend him but ambition re-
cently complained to playwright
Mosa Hart that reviewers neglect-
ed to write about his work. "It's
a conspiracy." he said. "A conspir-
acy of silence. What shall I do
about it?"
"Join it." Hart replied.
*
Is it true," a woman asked
Groucho Marx, "that married men '
live longer than single men?"
"No," was Qrouebo'l answer, "it
only seems longer."
*
Why is it.' asks Harpo Marx,
"that just about the time you be-
come important enough to take
Or. Israel Goldstein
backer
.hey gushed. "Of course." was .he (wo nours f(,r iunch. your doc-
weighs a hundred and forty. Sophie
Tucker explains, ".he chief excite-
ment of a woman's life consists in
spotting women who are falter
than she is."

"I just love nature," a stout
producer's wife gushed to Groucho
Marx the other night. "That's loy-
alty." Groucho muttered to a by-
stander, "after what nature did to
her."
retort" "Henry simply adores me
. and so do I

Phil Silvers' seven year old
Dr Zeitlin. Professor of Rabbinical Literature at The Drop
College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, has written a coop)
interpretation of the life and works of Maimomdes. The book wasfr
published twenty years ago at the 800th anniversary of the birth of.
Rambam. and is reissued now. without change, in observance of
750th anniversary of his death. ..,..., *.. ..v
The author shirks no part of Maimonides life, from his birth i
Spam on the eve of Passover to his arrival in Egypt and the
of his fame and scholarship from then on. until his death at the age (
69 Nor does Dr. Zeitlin stop at the simple recounting of his life
goes on to estimate the influence his works have had and their sig
cance for Jews today.

SOME HIGHLIGHTS: For Maimonides. the Messianic Age meant thtl
time when the Jews would return to Palestine and have their ovt|
Kingdom Rut there would be no Utopia: the nature of the world
continue to be the same, "but people would find it easier ... to
a livelihood from the soil for it would be fertile and fruitful. The
s,ah would be mortal like ordinary men ... the apan of life wo
lengthen. The Messianic Age will differ from the present time
in that the Jews will be in possession of their own country
course the obvious question arises: would the Rambam consider this l*|
be the Messianic Age, now that the State of Israel is reborn?
The section on the "Guide to the Perplexed" is particularly intc
esting; Maimonides was at pains to explain the basis of the laws I
instance, the Bible specifies that fish with no scales or fins are
bidden: Maimonides' theory was that the fins and scales are means \
determining the quality of the fish: therefore their absence madete
ing a risky business. They had no significance in themselves.
Dr. Zeitlin discusses at length the Mishn Torah. the Code <>f m.
monides. showing that the Rambam intended it to be a new Jesf
Constitution, prepared for a future Jewish State. He considers Mi
monides the forerunner of modern Jewish nationalism, and preses*
evidence to this end. j
Eminently fair in its criticism, documented, and clearly writta
Dr. Zeitlins book, if not "light" in the summer sense, is certainly
luminating. in a far more important sense. I happen to prefer H
sort of readingany time of the year.
MIA WOLFE -
No Diplomatic
Relations? No
Olympic Game
Efforts are being made to
change the regional Olympic
rules so that a situation such as
exists in the denial by Spain of
Israel's rights to sports competi-
tion cannot exist.
However, this plan would not
have any immediate effect, since
it takes some time for any such
operational change to take place.
The point is .hat a change in rules
could make it impossible for any
country to discriminate against an-
other country for political or relig-
ious reasons.
One of those who is sharply cri-
tical of Spain's position is Col. Har-
ry Henshel. a prominent member
of the US. Committee for Sports
in Israel and a man who has been
active in Olympic affairs for many-
years.
Henshel told the .ITA. "Spain is
making a mockery of the Olympic
ideals." He said very firmly that
sports should not be hampered by
political considerations.
"Where is Spanish honor?" he
asked. "Where are Spanish
ideals?" Spain very bluntly took
a position that until Israel estab-
lishes diplomatic relations with the
Franco government, Israel won't
be allowed to take part in sports
competition on Spanish soil.
tor limits you to a bowl of crackers
and milk''

Ethel Merman tells us there wa-
a time in this country- when a
young woman had to go to her doe-
tor to find out if she could ever
have children. Now she has to ask
her landlord.

"My doctor thought I had vari-
cose veins," reports Milton Berle.
"but on closer inspection he found
that for the past ten weeks my
fountain pen had been leaking."

Martha Raye confided. "In the
old days people used to make their
own clothes on spinning wheels.
Now they lose their shirts on
them."

From the day on which she
NATHAN ZfPftf.Y
Learning the Hard Lesson of 'Otherness'
Recently in Israel a psychologist was giving intel-
ligence tests to children in a village of Yemenite
Jews near Jerusalem. Among the objects employed
in the tests were pictures with glaring inaccuracies
which the children were expected to detect. One
showed the head of a man with one eye missing.
The psychologist showed the picture to one of the
j youngsters, a sharp-eyed lad with yarmelke and
1 peoth. and asked him what was wrong with it. Quick
! ly he shot back "the peoth are missing." a reply
I which stamped him as mentally deficient in the
eyes of his examiner. The finding of deficiency wan
met with resentment since it was more natural for a
Yemenite child to detect missing peoth than missing
eyes.
This reminds me of an incident I witnessed some
months ago. I had the privilege of being invited to a
dinner of hassidic rabbis m one of New York's
hotels The audience consisted of outstanding has-
sidic personalities and their families. Manv of .he
men wore long kaftans, most women ibeitlen and
all children peoth. In the lobby stood men and w<
en drinking in the curious spectacle of a hassw
court amidst Broadway. It was getting late and tl
younger children were becoming restless Oat,
youngster of about five, perched himself sleep"
against a lounge when he was approached by a
pie whom he magnetised with blue eye* and daa**
peoth The couple looked upon the chiid as upon '
escapee from antiquity.
Then there came the inevitable question-*
did he intend to become when be grew u-
be a talmid chochem," was the lad's proud
The cryticism was now gone from the couple's t)
as husband and wife walked away smarting und
the burning lashes of the sage retort. Since tt
were not psychologists it Is doubtful they thou!
the youngster deficient or inferior just because
hadn't given a stock answer, such as wanting to
a cop or Davy Crockett. More likely they just learn
a lesson in otherness.
DAYIR M IfU MCTZ
Mine Signed the Ten Commandments
Spkit Tucker
. fatter than
Stephen S Wise once made a speech to which
some woman in the audience took exception. After
voicing her objection, she said: I wan. to tell vou
thai 1 am descendant ol .. signer of .he Declara-
tion ol Independei
"And I want to tell you retorted Wise "that I
am a descendant of i signer of the Ten Command-
ment I.
Rabbi Wise of COOXM wu not implying being .1,
rogatoiy of the Declaration of Independence but
what was this woman doing' What is the glorv uf
the Declaration of Independence' What is jt that we
always quote from it? "We hold these truths to be
self-evident, that all men are created equal
It was the doctrine of human equality which it
proclaimed which has raised the Dee.a ,ti0 of In
v2Ermn?hi0 'tS high StatUre and this *<"an was
violating the very principle which it proclaimed
She was trying to say that she was different fro
other people She wanted her special halo respect*!
Thomas Paine, whose "Cw.nmon Sense" perhaW
did more than any other single factor to prormw,
American independence, said he would not hl
'"' n interested ,n the issue at all. if It were not 1*1
the principles of popular sovereignty and equal*
which it signified
Yet many of those who take tor themsc'tf*
name American are the very ones who most opp
the basic principles of the Declaration of Indei
dence.
Patriotism is a wonderful thing, but It is ls0,
as Dr Johnston remarked long ago that "patrKr
is .he last reluge of a scoundrel." History *
with illustrations of the principle. Take the sfl
"Know Nothing" movement of the 'fifties of
last century.


,AY. JULY 8. 1955
Jes Lee Dies
jenly in Ntw York
irles H. Lee, of 2054 Prairie
fMiami Beach, died suddenly
w!iile at the Copake Country
Tin New York.
Ird.red civil engineer, Lee
[.. .i noted astronomer, news
Bentator ana) lecturer at the
za outdoor Forum here.
wa-i seeretary of the Miami
Israel Zionist Organization,
,er of B'nai B'rith and nu-
ns other civic, philanthropic
Cultural groups.
is survived by his sister, Mrs.
Schafran, and brother, Mey-
(tvy. iith of New York,
vices for Mr. Lee were in
JYork at Riverside Chapel.
cerman Unveiling
(I'dication of a monument
\, memory of the late Max
erman. formerly of 10 Car-
ave.. Coral Gables, will take
Sunday, July 10, 1 p.m., at
inai Memorial Park Ceme-
Mr. Zuckerman is survived
jjs wife. Eva; four daughters,
{Alice Waitsman and Mrs. Ida
Jrt of Miami, Mrs. Bernice
r. of Gainesville, and Miss
I, Durham, N.C.; two sisters
six grandchildren. Arrange-
are in charge of Palmer's
ii Monument Company
Ids and relatives are asked to
flow Unveiling
dedication of a monument
le memory of the late Otto
Iw. formerly of 100 SW 45th
|\\tll take place Sunday, July
a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
Rev. Leo Heim officiating.
piplow is survived by his wife.
Arrangements are in charge
liner's Miami Monument Coin-
Friends and relatives are
to attend.
Jamin Sternberq, Long
:h, N.Y., has been named
:tor of the Armed Serv-
Division of the National
Welfare Board.
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Obituaries
LOUIS BLOC
S. of 1MJ SW 7th t .llf.l s'.iiuriav
nt hi* home nftrr a brief Hln*<< ||(.
-a me here SO yeara m from N.wporl
New* Va .n.1 wax a retired |.,tlu,
in. r.hxnl He whs a in, niWr <.f the
Beth El Synagogue, the Miami Elotttat
nietrl.t Mini kh ;m organiser .if the
I Pre.- I .nan So, iciv. lie leave*
,'.V *}[* Anna: three #,, whk. Of
\V-eilrmi..i,. lie,. jiu>l both .,f N,|,r, fwL.Jt fWrle-\
Mr.. David* I. Hit|nTt ..7 M|......
two niece*. Mr*. Ann^OWer and \! *
l.evlne. I,..th <>f Miami, an gran.lihililr en. Srnii... were helil at
the Miami Chapel ..f the Cordon Fun-
eral Home. Burial followe.l in W.....I.
lawn I "ark Cemetery.
MRS. GRACE M. RABINOVITCH
.n, f 2031 Meridian ave. Miami
Reach died July l In a Iik-rI hospital
following a Ions lllneaa. Khe rame
here nine year-, ago from New York
'ltv Surviving are her huslianrl, Ja-
cob, and her father, Mn\ Rosenberg
both of Miami Pea. h: her mothei
Hone, of New York, and two *lster
Service* were hel.l at Bern, h Memorial
Alton Road Chapel. Inl.rm.-nt took
II Mt. N.lio IVmilrl >
ARNOLD FINKELBERO
71-year-old retired lionk hinder, died
July 1 He .ante here 11 rear. ..to
from nvu york bimi lived at koo
V\V ttrd Ct. Surviving are hie wife.
Helen; a daughter. Mm. Mlna, of
Itns-la. and two aona, Joe and Leo,
both of New York Illy
MRS. ROSE OUSKY
r.2. of |M W. Mta *t Miami Reach,
died June SO. she la survived l.v i
aon. Herl: a daughter. Mlaa Pita
Quaky, both of Miami, three brother*.
in. Iudln Jack Weinman, of Miami.
and two sinters. IHveraide Miami
Chapel In charge of local arrange-
ments.
DORA LASS
M. of 36*1 HW ir.th at., paaaed awav
July 1 In a local hospital. Survived
by her huahand, Meyer: three aona.
Aaron. Isidore and Solumon; one
daughter. Mia. IWothv Sutton: two
aiatera. I'auline Novle and Mlaa Sophie
Klnkelateln; and one brother, l>r. Abe
Klnkelateln. Ser\ I. e* were held at
Miami Hlveralde. Interment waa In
Ml. Nebo Cemetery.
EDWARD KAUFMAN
34. of M0 NE 167th Icr passed away
July 2 at Mm resl.len. .- Survived hv
his wife. Kllen. one daughter. Bonila;
Ins parent*; and three sinters, Koae
Marka. Moron.e Nova.k and <;..!.lie
Heller. Mr. Kaufman waa vl.-e Breal-
il.nl of Kloi id.-. Btatg Heer Miatrlliu-
lois. In. dlatrll.ulor for the I'. M.
Svhaef.r HreWln. <"., New York. He
w.is a veteran of World War II an,I a
,"-"Ji* ."*'' Ml" MolUe K*Jiii.. all najBlxir rf lha Jewl-h War Vetarane.
of MM ml Heaeh a brother, a al.-taf Reiaalna v. i New York
f- H4-.vl .I.
DAVID KESTEN
.. of 1:140 Mil, i,r Miami I
1 ...>.ii June :ui Rervlrea wen-
held al Klv.-ralde Miami Itea.h Chap-
el. Burial waa in Mt .\v.....Vm.
>a a ailk weaver. A natlv, ol
Auatrta. Mr. Kaaten la -iir.lv.-d l,v I
>pn, Max; (WO daughter- Mis Itose
Urook* ui'l Mra
of Miami Heaeh
and live grand. lilblrflM.
MORRIS RA8MIN8KY
?. o* ll!l rMlln nve MinrtM Wea.-li.
a r.-tlred mena dothlng maniifa.tin ,r.
died July 1. He .arne here aev.n \eai-
ago from Toronto Surviving fire a
daughler. Mra. Kran.-ea Itoaaman. of
Miami Heaeh; a a..n. Irving, of for-
onto two brothara, irrciuding 8atn, <.r
Miami Reach: two aWiari and two
grandiliilili.n. Iiuiial waa In Toronto
with kx-al anaiigeitients l.v lllveraide
.Miaou Hear h I'hap.l
MRS. CLARA S. SHERMAN
ro, |7|] s\V .'ih l.i a former hoa-
pnai dietician, who canu here from
Rochaater. N.v .-ix ramri ag... dl.d
July I. Survived by three aona, Mil-
ton, of Miami. William, of I'enns.l-
vanla, and Prederik, in New York; a
daughter. Mra K.l.th Bled*, Of Beat
Rochester, an.i two aiatera. la.tii ,.r
ftocheater, Bervloei and Innlal waa In
It... he-tei I iai:l.r Krmeral Home \. -
in chare. "f i"ai .....Mffamenta.
JACOB LEVENUORF
M, of the Jewiah Home for the Aged,
d away Toeeday Services .....
held In Hordon'a Miami Cbapal fol-
lowad l.v Imilal In Ml Sinai Ceme-
tarj He waa a -eiired melala dealer
who earn, here I:cm New York City
aeven year. ago.
ESTHER STERN
KJ. of tell sw tsth ave. Monday, aarv-
l.ea.at \flap.i r{lvera|<4r Memorial
'"haiM-l followed by burial at Mt. Si-
nai Cemetery,
HARRY SHAPIRO
7. of :..". Kuclld ave.. Miami Roach.
Thuraday, Rlveralde, Miami Bea. h.
MORRIS SCHUMSKY
TJ. of 14ZI KW 6th at.. Tueaday. eerv-
Icea at Miami Riverside Memorial
Chapel.
ELY BOCKSHE
5*. retired manufacturer of automobile
accessories, died July I. He lived at
t:"l Iff 2th rd. and came to Miami
From Milwaukee 1.'. years ago. Serv-
ices nnd.liuilal wer> in Milwaukee
with Gordon Miami Funeral Home In
charge of local arrangements.'
ROSE SELTZER
7.'.. of v.; sw nth at. passed away
July 2 In a local hospital. Survived
by three aona. Joseph, fell and Samuel;
and three daughters, Ubbie Singer.
Bather ami Beatrice Seltaei Barv-
Icea w.ie held at Miami Itiverside.
Interment was In Star of David Ceme-
tery.
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W. ROSE LEVY
Kf, of IHI7 Jefferson ave Miami
Beach, died June M after a long ill-
ness. She i ame hei'e eight years ago
from New York City, She Is survived
bv a son. Morris Levy, two daughters.
Mra. Coldle Hreslei and Mra. Albert
Hllvl. all of Miami lleach. Merv -Icea
and burial were In New Y|Jc. with
lleach Memorial Alton Road Chapel
handling io. al arrangements.
SAMUEL L. COHEN
71. of ^Bti-.' s\V Hnd tar., died June
.'.ir following a two-month lllneaa. He
came here front Ftocheater, N f nine
v ears ago ||e as I retil ad
iii ok.i. He leave, hia w if.
ther Anna, and a daughler. Cuna,
both Miami Sei.l.ea were held at
th. Klagler hun.ial Home followed by
burl.il in Mi Sinai Cemetery.
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JULY 10th
M SIMON SEIDEN'S
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A Ntw Feet ere
SAMUEL KULCHIN
July 1 In a local h.wpilal Survived
by his wife, Ksther; two aona, David
and Bernard; four brother.. Sol, Ben,
Irving and Joseph; and one slater. Eve.
Services were held at Miami Rlvi
side. Iniermenl was in Star of l>a\ld
Cemetery.
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PAGE G B
Beach Zionists
In Member Drive
Miami Beach Zionist District
will try to increase Ita membership
to 2.060 persons. This is the
by Benjamin Appel. who has
I united membership chair-
man Of the Beach HcrfliSI sroup.
Miami Beach Zionist District
DOW number- over 1.300 and is con
sidered me of the largest Zionist
ipa in the East. Appel. a char-
member of the group, i- also
one of the founders of Temple
Beth Shoiom and is a life member
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
Appointed with Appel were Or
If. Shabshin, Al Osheroff. Harry
Ossip, Joseph Alter. Saul Kenholz.
Abe Perlmutter and Abe Rubin.
New Savings, Loan
Assn. to Open
\| Pallot. Miami Beach attorney.
and a tjoup ol asaociati were this
week given authoritj I ''"'
new Biscayne Fed ;,n,i
Loan Association.
l-allot Tues ,n<'
institution will be open.'(I in
days in the Biscayne blvd.
area and 15th -t or near
terminus of Venetian Causewaj
In addition to Pallot. the initial
board of directors includes Dr
Herbert Eichert. cardiologist
bert Law Weed, architect: I
missioner Cbelsie J. Senerchia, of
Miami: Joseph J. O r r. building
contractor: Dr. Russell A Wil-
liams, ln-urance executive: Esther
A. Popell. attorney: Irwin Cassei,
investment banker; and Comman-
der Charles A Mills, Sr
Application for the new savings
and loan association was handled
by Pallot, whd is a former presi-
dent of the Taxpayers Association
ol Miami Beach and current chair
man of the charter revision com
mittee of the City of Miami Pal-
lot is also director of Citizens Fed-
eral Savings and L at Hialeah and a director of the
Metropolitan Miami Municipal
Board.
Hospital Report Due
Wman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
,, ,,. Jewish War Veterans will
hold a business meeting WWnes-
(iav evening, JuU 18. at the
publican Club. 1947 We '
', Hospital report till '
bj Miss Ruth Hnscnth.il
Government Picks Miami
Man to Head Course
Continued from Pege 1 B
convention which wa^ held at the
[ale hotel on June 28. 29 and
30 She alao served on a I
composed of experienced eaopha-
geal speech teachers from all
the I'nited States This [s the first
time the convention was held in
the Southern part of the I'nited
States, previous meetings being
held in Cleveland and Detroit.
Dr James Garrett came from the
Washington Office of Vocational
Rehabilitation as yue-t speaker
sting that the course be re-
peated again next year.
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Mi-s Dolgofl succeeds Bob Clem.
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Y. JULY 8. 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jewlsii ncridkjtr
PAGE 7 B
:e under FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
:k is ukrkhv oivbn that
l. desiring t<> engage In
tnd.-r the fictitious mini' of
Sn CUSHION. t r.7'* s w.
i.|. intends to register said
rnii the Clerk of the Circuit
n.uir 'ounty, fi.. Ma
MVKIt MATLOEF
CIRCUIT COURT OF TMB
JTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
)A IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY. No 180984
CAI'LAN ami
i: i a PLAN. his wife.
Plaintiffs,
RYN WILSON (It.ATT.
Ily and as Administrate i\
(state of EDWARD i: 'il.ATT.
Kdward E. Olatt, De-
ii -i.ii>- In the Probate Court
[County, IHInolH. No. 201321),
CK CI.ATT and
SLATT, hlii wife.
n i: iii.att. JR., and
i:i:\i: ui.att. his wife.
"il.ATT ATZ. a.lea
ATZ, and I A VII) g. ATZ.
hand, and
MvMiWN HEIRS OP
ID K (JLATT. 8R.. If any,
.i ml nil other persons. If
ilng any estate, right, title
pst in. or Hen upon t real
\ herein described, which la
in I lade (.'ounty.
Florida:
[i Block I. of BEACH VIEW
(vision, accordjac to the
reof, recorded In Plal Book
8, of Hi.- Public Kecorda
County, Florida.
Defendants.
riCE BY PUBLICATION
iTHERYN WILSON (JLATT.
pvldually and AdmlnlatratrU,
Eaal .'..'.th St.. Apt. SOt
i.u'". Illinois
kURICE (JLATT and
ItA 'Il.ATT. hla wife.
Constance Ave..
icagn, Illinois
iVARD K. HI.ATT, JR.. and
|.VRI.KKNE GLATT. hi* wife.
S. Shore Drive.
Icago, Illinois
ELYN OLATT ATZ and
VII> ." ATZ. her husband.
Euclid Av. .
k-ago, Illinois, and
11 I'NKXOWN HEIRS OP
(WARD K OLATT, Sit, If
aii.I an) and all other |>er-
. if any, claiming any estate,
hi. title or Interest In. or lien
|m tli, ..II property herein
i-ribcd, which is located In
tt County, State of Florida:
, in Block 1. of BK.V'll
|w sr in >l VISION, according
tin- I "la I thereof, recorded In
at Pafc lf. of the
hi. i> nf I>ade Countv,
i da
h of you. are hereb)
Complaint to Remove
nd hoi i ither Relief has li. n
lin.-i you, and you are hereby
i copy of your An-
-ail I'oinplaint on Plaintiffs'
If. liENET (JENET. 420
[Road, Miami Reach. Floi ida.
the nrtgtial Answ.-r In the
If the (Merit of the Circuit
in or before the lat day of
in default of which the
pi- of said Complaint will be
ronfes) I .igalnat you.
I' at Miami. Florida, this J8
lane,
i ikatherman.
of the Circuit Court
I 11 RICK. JR.
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underpinned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious num. ..f
RATE HOTEL, at Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Plorlda
DAVID BASK
.MIKIAM RASS
MAX OROVITX
RUTH t>K\
AARON M KfcNNKft
Attorne) for David Baaa, Miriam
Mass. Max OrovlU, Ruth Orovltx
/17-24 7/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltiou nam. ,,f
SUNOCO GOULDS, al Federal High-
Wfi and S.W USth Street, c.ulds,
Florida. Intemls to raglster said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit CoUtl Of
I'.ide County, Plorlda.
GARWOOD O. WIOOIN.
..... individual proprietor
KURT WBLLIBCH. Attorney
1411-17 Congress Building. Miami. Fla
7/K-15-22-L'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERfJBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of SABAL PALM LADNDRYKTTK
at 5187 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Flu..
Intends to register said, name with
Uie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
(ounty. Florida.
BLUE-WHITE LAUNDRY, INC
*. *..". fToflo-;' Corporation
T. It NELSON anil s. 0OPMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
717-24 7/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
2? JiVl" COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. ia07M
WILLIAM J. -MARTIN. Plaintiff,
VB.
JOAN IDA MARTIN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOAN IDA MARTIN
141-2* Franklin Avenue,
Flushing. Long Island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a ropy of your answer to the
complaint for divorce filed herein on
the plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD
KRIFX3EH PINK, Mll-1411 Congress
Building. Miami 12. Florida, and to
file the original In the office of the
clerk of the alw.ve Court on or be-
fore the 22nd day of July. 19'.:.. other-
wise a default will be entered against
you.
DATED: this 21st dav of June
i: B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Court
By WM W SToi'KlNO.
Deputv Clerk
6 .'I 7 l-s-i",
riCE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
f. IN CHANCERY. No. 1I0WW
Ki'llARDSON. Plaintiff.
A. RICHARDSON.
Defendant.
ISUIT FOR DIVORCE
LKN A. RICHARDSON.
KRNP.HT CHAPMAN
in Boulevard
|n.i Heights. New Jersey
hereby notified that a Bill
plaint for Divorce has been
iin-t you, and you are re-
i DM of >our Answer
but to the Bill of Complaint
ilaintlirs Attorneys. HKNIfY
jnd ARTHUR D DECKEL-
West Hagler Street. Ml-
''. and file the original
I leading In the office of
< the cir.-uit Court on or
l-t day of August.
judgment by dc-
taken against you for
' mi in.led In th,. Dill of
'M be published mire
'? toi four conaecutlve weeka
"wish PLORIDIAN.
VXD ORDERED at Miami.
' i daj of June, A n.
': n lea thkrman.
k, Circuit Court.
County, Plot
. II* WM, W, STOCKING,
m CA^^d
r,: DECKKLMAN
"'or Plaintiff
1 r St Miami. Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND -FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 354.B
In Re ESTATE OP
JOSEPH CHINICH. It. eased
To All Creditor*, and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estste:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and re*|tiired.to present au'v
claims and demands which you. or
either of >ou. may have against the
estate of JOSEPH CHINICH. deceas-
ed late of Iude County, H the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dade Count*. Plorhu. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to Id- sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Dale Jitne 13th. A.D. IMS,
SKYMOI.'K CHINICH
Aa Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
JOSP.PH CHINICH. Deceased
lit WIN E. KOTT
of Myers. Helinan A Kaplan
Attorneys for Executor
717-24 7/1-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARS "A" POPPIN, at l N.E. 7th
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
( ircult Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
BENJAMIN TOPI 'l. INC.,
a Florida corporattog
AARON M KANNKR
Attorney for Henjumin Touol, Inc.
7 t s -1:, .>
Notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam.- of
HELENS YORK, at *:i:i N K tod
Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda.
HELEN YPRKIKWITZ
WALTER A. YPRKIKWITZ
OEOROE GILBERT, ESO
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Attorney for A|ipllcants
7/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY civkn that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
8UNOVO OAltLES. at 4:!ir.. fonoo de
Leon Boulevard, Coral Cables. Ptor-
Ida. intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
(i Alt WOOD O. WIOOIN,
Individual proprietor
Kl'RT WELLISi II Alt. in. %
mi Congresa Building, Miami. Florida
lJ-22-l
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30395- B
re: f'-statb of
charlottf: f- hoi.mks.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator Cum Testamento Annexo of
the estate of CHAR1/JTTF: F\
HOLMES, deceased: and that on the
22nd day of July, IMt. I will apply-
to the Honorable F'RANK B. DOWL-
INO. County Judge of Dade County.
Florida, for approval of said final re-
port and for (Inal discharge as Ancil-
lary Administrator Cum Testamento
Annexo of the Estate of CHARLOTTE
F. HOLMES, deceased.
This 20th day of June. 1S35.
WILLIAM EDWARD PISH Kit
Ancillary Administrator jCum
Teatamento Annexo
RICHARD KRIEtJER FINK
Attorney for Ancillary Estate
1I2-11S Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
6/24 7/1-8-15_____________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND 'FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35580-B
In Re: ESTATE OP
SAMUEL KISHNKR, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
F:.-tate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified ami required to present any
claims and demands which m, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SAMPEI. KISHNKR, de-
ceased late of Dade County. F'loiiila.
to the Honorable County Judges of
1 >..de CouSty, and file the same In
their office in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date Of
th.- fn t publication b.i.of Said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the < laimant and to
I.,- sworn to ami presented as gfore-
said, or same will be barred.
Date June 20th. A.D. 19i."..
a/ IDA FISHER
As Administratrix of the
Kstate of
SAMl'EL KISHNKR.
1 lee. as.-d.
HARRY ZUKKRNICK
Attornev for Administratrix
4_' Lin. ..In R.I, Miami Beach, Fla.
/J4 7/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name Ol
CORAL OATH TERRACE API'S, at
4216 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral (jab
les, Dade County. Florida, Intend to
register said name with tin: Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
JOSEPH <; IT II,KM AN
one-half Intel
BENNE CIITI.K.MAX
one-half interest
NORMAN P. BOLOMi )N
Attorney for Joseph Hit! Icinan
and lb-tine Olttleman
IBM Alum Road, Miami Beach. Florida
724 7/1-s-l.'.
LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STl'DIO A. at 2349 Corgi Way. Intends
to register aaid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fiorina.
ALBERT A. CI'RSON. Owner
6/17-24 7/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 178560
ELIZABI-:TH F:. CARMAN. Plaintiff.
vs.
SHERMAN QLENN CAI'MAN.
I 'efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:SHERMAN GLENN CAPMAN
C/o Ideal Roofing A Sheet
Metal Works. Inc.
261 N.E. 73rd Kt.. Miami. Ha.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorneys. RASS-
NER. MILI.KR A ROTH. U0 Itri.kell
Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 30th day of
July, IMS. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default "ill be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall he published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND oKDKRKD at Miami.
Florida, this 20 day of June. A D l"o"..
K B. LEATHER MAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Plorlda
Bj JOAN COURNOTER
(Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk
RA88NKR, MILI.KR & ROTH
Att..: tie) s for Plaintiff
:.:.o Brick.-II Avenue, Miami 32, Florida
6/24 T/1-I-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nun.- of
APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER, at
SSI N.W. 2th Street, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk? of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoi Ida
DAVID .1 ZANOWILL, Sole owner
7/1-8-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I'NITED STATES TOURIST SKP.V
K'K. at 17:tj; N W 7-'h Bl Miami.
Fla., intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, l-lori.ln
THOMAS C08ANS. sole owner
6/21 7/1-S-lfi
.'IKGS
AJcounts.
i?.'.- Interest.'-
(<
#^'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE th HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
V JEAN ORIGINALS, at 23
N i: |5th Stn, t Miami, Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of tss- circuit Court ol Dada
County, Florida
JEAN DlltCIIKR
HAZEL MKIC'l K
LEW mf:rci-ii
WEPMAN A- WEl'MAN
Attorneys for Aimh. ant-.
(i>7 i:i-. a) in- Bldg Miami, FTa.
7/1-8-1
eoaaotanOM
1
* Ml BEACH
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF (AW
NOTICE IB HMKBBl U1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HACK CONSTRUCTION, at 10:'Tl K
Harbor Delve, lta> H
Islands. Miami Bern h U>, i u Intends
to register aaid name with the cieik
of the Cliiuil t'outt of Da.le Count>.
Florida.
MUCH HACKMYER
SHKI.ImiN N I.I.I.CHI K. Esq.
Attornev fat Mike Hackmyer
70S Seyt-dil Bldg.. Miami. Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIM OIVEN that
the underglglied, desiring to engage IS
business Under the fictitious na'
MEXICAN HARDENS RESTAU-
RANT, at Mi S.W. sth Street. Miami.
Florida. Intessts to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MAURICE CHApoNl.
SALVADOR VALLFHO
1UDNRV M CAIN
Atteruey for owners
Ir.l W. FlagWr St.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IOA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M4M
WINNIE HOVKLKR REYES.
Plaintiff.
va.
CARLOS MORALF.S BEYER.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: CARIA)S MORALES RETES
Oenovn 30 A
Colon ia. Juarez
Mexico, i>. P.
you arf: iikkkkt notifikd
that a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your answer or
pleading to said Complaint on Plain-
tiff s Attorney. IIKNRY M. CAIN.
2513 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Fla and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
18th day of July. IMS. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In said Complaint.
DONE AND ORDKRED at Miami.
Florida, thla 13th day of June. IMS.
K It. l.KATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: L SNKKDKN
Deput) Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attornev for Plaintiff
2611 W.-~t Flagler St. Miami. Storing
6/17-21 f/l-ll_______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 180629
PRIMROSE CAPITOL coRl- .
Plaintiff
vs.
DANIEL W. AVERT and
VIROINIA I! AVKRY. his wife.
a/k/a VIROINIA M AVKRY.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: VIROINIA II AVKRY a k a
VIROINIA M. AVKRY
< o .\.-\ a .In. o4M
Rout., ni. Iti.M.klvn. Michigan
V4>P ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Pore*
closure of Mortgage has been filed
against you, and you are required to
a cop) of >oui answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint for F.i.-
if Mortgage mi the plaintiff's
hey. OEOROE J. TAIJANoPP,
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Peach, Flor-
ida, and file (he oilgjnal Ansu.i m
Pleading ill the office of the Clerk of
'lii nil Court on or before the
22nd dgy of July, !!."."> If rod fall to
dgmeal bj default will be
taken against you for the
mantled In the liill of Complaint for
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
r^Hua notice shall be published once
MSh-week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lth day June. 15S.
H I.KATIIFNlMAN,
clerk, circuit Court.
ltade County. Florida
By R. H. HICK. JRT
OEOROE J. TALIANOVP
Attorney for Plaintiff
%/U 7/1-1-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHARBET CHEMICAL CO., at 61!t
Wa-hington Avenue, Miami 1
Florida, "Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
CHARLES TURK
PFrrTY TURK
TURK NEWMAN -
Attorneys for Charbet Chemical Co.
120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
7 i-h-i:.-'-'2______________________________
notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS- HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engnge In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STUART'S JUVKN1I.K SHOE STORK
and BTUART'H STURDY SHOES, at
1403 Washington Avenue and 774". ',.l-
llns Ave.. Miami Beach, Intends to
register aaid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
IIKRHKRT N STBELE, Owner
6/17-24 7/1 -H________________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32430
RE: ESTATE OF'
ARRAHAM RUHIN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed a final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ad-
ministrator of the estate of ABRA-
HAM RUBIN, deceased, and that on
the 1st day of August. 19".'.. will apply
to the Honorable F'RANK B. DOWL-
1N<:. County Judge of Dade Count),
Florida, for approval of said final
reisirt and for final discharge as An-
cillary Administrator of the Estate of
ABRAHAM RUHIN. deceased
Thla 1 da> of June. 1
OEOROE J TAI.lANoF'F'
Ancillary Administrator
OEOROE J TAUANoKF'
Attorney for Kstate of Abraham Rubin
6/24 7/1-8-1.1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
U* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*7028
i:v \ MAE MILLER, Plaintiff.
\ a
LESTER A MILLER Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T. i LESTER A MILLER
Residence and Address Unknown
Secreting himself within the
County of Dade. State of l'orida.
from Service of Process.
You ..... hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce his been
filed against you, and
(liiired to serve a OOP) ><" Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of *'mn-
plalnt on the plaintiffs Attorn. \.
HENRY M. CAIN. ZS1I W. Flagler
Street, Miami. Floii.la. and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt on or before the KRh day ol
Julv. 1H".5. If you fall to do o. Judg-
ment by default will be taken ..gain-!
you for the relief demanded in Uie
Bill of complaint.
This notice shall be published once
407 Hlscavne Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
7/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DRAPF:RY HOUSE, at 90 Almerta
Avenue. Coral Oables. Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
I-1... Ida.
CORAL OARLFIM WHOLESALE: ri>
sole owner
A R( INI ) VITZ. A RONC >\Ti"/.
.s. CA1DIN
Attorneys lor Coral (bibles
Wholesale CO.
7/1-3-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engai in
business under the fictitious name ol
TAXIKR CONTRACT8 6. ASSOCI-
ATES, at 14(1 S.W. '.Till Street, Mi-
ami. Fla.. Intends to register said
name with the Clash of Uie Circuit
(.'oui t of Dade i 'ounty. I lol Ida
BEN T.v K:si I It Sole >wner
OOLDMAN & ool.DSTKlN
Attornev s for Registrant
230.1 West Flagler St., Miami. Plorlda
l/Sf f/l-l [I______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ruin, ol
LA RUE CORSET AND LINGERIE
HALON, : I Miracle Mile,
ttables.Intends to register said name
with th.- Cl.-ik of the Circuit Court
of li.ule Countv. I
IDA s HI'IBLMAN, < iwnei
SHAPIRO PRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
I.in o'o R
6/24 7/1-1-11
By L. SNKKDKN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
IIKNRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2518 W. Flagler Stieet. Miami. Florida
S/17-24 7/1-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHEAST Fl.oKIDA DADK
COUNTY Vnl'TH F'AIR. intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DADE COUNTY RoYS 4-H CLUB
LEADERS ASSOCIATION
(a Florida non-piofll corporatioB)
MORTON BE1GEL
Attorney for Applicants
904 Blscayne lllilg.
I -17-24 7/1-8
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9.Je*istJ]cridtelL
NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
findings and pln straw bag*,
ceramic material*.
New Gift Shop
At Tropical Hobbyland
lenware
,!n,( thOU MKll "' "ther ltemS-
-.Nland through
contacts, ui
SIDELIGHTS FROM SAN FRANCISCO
The editor of this column, flying to San I r *
found himself in the go
A- the plan-
UN commem
lar i| park, on
Miami
Th"
P
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shop, who has ju-t r*tun>af
a trip to Hai'i n ;,;f(j
Segal purchas, | man]
hundred' i items that the shop will-
uniquely he plans a flyir inp uj
America and the other
the Caribbean. Jai
will eive the home hobbyist "= *
,x;,',' entireb differ of the fjtw and differe* j
nating raw materials which w-iU bei
Bartley Crum, .ong-time champion of Israel, cause, We plan
over the Californl 'he discussion turn; to p
tism. Crum thought the ADL of Boa. Bnth had faded to attack
th. root of the evil. By "root of the evil." ( run, exphUI
o t m Insidious a-ritSs to be found *g** So lonq '
,bl to miUions ol children throughout ;he world. ..

owner of the and decorative i

e .Tew. Bartley Crum suggested the creation of a
pox nd Jews, that si With this
'other issues discussed before plane landed in festive San Fran-
Cisco: American Friends of the Mid Crum felt
certain that Milton Eisenhower was being misled by Dorothy Thompson.
He felt deep concern over the great harm being done Israel on tne
American campuses by Th ^i-being d
counteract tr. f" h \;*
>a.d Crum spoke highly of both the Irgun and Stern Group^ Hurtorj
created them be said might pave the waj San Fran-
ciKo UN fete: Ju>t before the Brat session opened or. Monday the J0 n.
Molotov was seen moving up to Dulles eager to shake his hand Dulles
himself did nut appear too eager Finally, however, he extended hi*
hand somewhat reluctantly As they did shake hands there was tbun
derous applause from the galleries During the mam UN reception
at the Palace of the Legion of Honor the night of the 21st. the editor of
:h^ column decided to confront Molotov with a vital question relative
to the Jews in the Soviet Union. So. when Molotov arrived your
< deration of the forthcoming Big Four meeting in Geneva would
pondent walked up to him and asked Mr Molotov. in the light
of the present hopeful outlook on the world political horizon and in
you care to comment on the question of emigration of Soviet citnens.
I have special reference to two and a half million Jews, some of whom
would like to join their relatives in Israel."
As soon as Molotov heard the words "two and a half million Jews"
his foxy-looking face assumed an angry, Hitlerian expression, and he
quickly dismissed the issue with a curt "Thank you." So far news-
mer ike any kind of reply from him on world issu
He i- the center ol on hereand he Delegates saw
nothing new in his hour-long speech delivered Wednesday morning,
June 22. Man) saw in it a new attempt at a sjper pr iW
From the moment Molotov arrived in San Francisco, he SUmm
delegate after another from among the neutral countries for "consulta-
Representatives from Denmark. Sweden the Netherlands. Saudi
I Yemen and Egypt, faced the shrewd Soviet politician Inter-
estingly, though Dulles failed to applaud the Molotov speech of Wednes-
day, Molotov was seen applauding Dulles on Friday, June 24, both be-
fore and after the delivery of his speech. .
Newsmen wondered, Mnce the Dalles speech appeared quite criti
cal ol th. r.d its visiting (hplom.it This editor also
had a good opportunity to talk with Egypt's Foreign Minister, Fawn,
and Lebanon's Ambassador to the U.S., Dr. Charles Malik. "Even a
man and wife, when the> quarrel, can never settle their disputes unless
they sjt down and talk. respondent said to the Egyptian For-
eign Minister who smiled rather sheepishly Israel i~ willing to dis-
cuss all vita why not get together and talk matters over' Ap-
pearing quite impressed, and promising that he would give serious
...iht to the >ugge>tior. V u've got something there'
... Dr. Charles Malik was much more friendly and talkative. He
a.,re"d that the vote on partition creating the Jewish State and the
strange death of the Egyptian delegate M Azmi who collapsed in the
Security Council while attacking Israel '.ate last year were both acts ,
providential character Philosopher and diplomat Malik is a very
religious man Ezekiel the prophet being his favorite Seer, he prom-
i-ed to read chapters 38 39 which depict events now shaping on the
world scene. .
Ambassador Abba Eban, present here with his charming wife, con-
cluded his historic address with thi-, moijajnr of order and progress
" The quest for international security is the dominating purpose of our
age. If we succeed we shall have recorded one of Mankind's decisive vie
tories. If we fail, our failure may be beyond remedy or consolation
Never have the alternatives of salvation and disaster confronted man-
kind in such acute and fateful contrast. Israel can only raise its ban-
ner in an avowal of perfect confidence that the triumph of the IN lies
within the power of our choice. Our authority for that faith is that three
thousand years ago. in the very' homeland to which we are now restored,
we proclaimed rebellion against the prevailing fatalism of all preced-
ing civilization which saw human life as a relentless cycle coming back
to a starting point in moral darkness and chaos In our conception."
Eban continued, "the cosmic pattern is not a wild anarchy of arbitrary
mysterious forces, but is an articulate system guided by a merciful
intelligence and a coherent lav. Alone among the nations, our contin-
uous historic memory covers the full cycle of human thought from an-
cient prophecy to relativity, from the old inheritance to the new poten-
tiality. The doctrine of order and progress in the universal design is
Israel's mo-t original and authentic contribution to human thought
William Randolph Hearst's series of articles from Israel were wide-
ly discussed in UN circles in San Francisco. Hearst's reference to
Israel as eventually emerging as the leading nation in the whole Mid-
dle East" has come as a great shock to the Arab diplomats. Said
Hearst in the third article of his series: "The more I have seen of the
tality and progressive spirit of this tiny Jewish State, in comparison '
with the backwardness m some neighboring nations, the more convinced |
I have become that Israel will lead the way in development ol the
Middle East' Philip Heller, who escaped Europe in 1948 and who ,.
presently bring in Sacramento, has made appeals to UN delegates here '
in behalf of his ten-year old daughter who is held as a "prisoner" in a
I '/echoslovak orphanage Heller also sent a letter to the Czech Foreign
Minister Vaslav David:' I want my child with me and I don't want her
to grow up as an orphan."
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