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llie\wiigltUEJliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ,UME 29—Number 28 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 15, 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS )WN FOR HIS OPPO SITION 7 ab Spokesmen Say Trygve lie Is Biased 'Defender of the Jews' [PARIS (JTA)—A sharp attack on Trygve Lie, formerly Secretary tral of the United Nations has been made by the Arab League on frvc "f Mr. Lie's presiding over an international labor conference which opens July 26. [In a memorandum to governments which will participate, the League Secretariat charged that Mr. Lie "is known for his option and open enmity to the Arabs." The memorandum further that Mr. Lie had made himself "a defender of the Jews, and loften criticized the Arabs, in addition to his anti-Arab attitudes at FUnited Nations" (Mr. Lie made a speaking appearance in Miami U list year, when he called for Arab cooperation with the UN in |mc the Near East issue.) to preside G1NLEY RAPS SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE nti-Semitic Literature Appears at Polish Rally PJZABETH ,NJ. (JTA)— A wide variety of antikitic h'erature was distributed at a meeting atled by about 125 persons at the Polish National (ne here. The meeting also heard addresses by nationally-known anti-Semites, Kenneth Goff Conde McGinley, according to a report in the lark Jewish News. Ir Goff, who was principal speaker at the meetweighted his remarks heavily in the direction inti Scmitism. but primarily by means of implica and innuendo, cather than by direct charges. In kfi.il his talk tended to "demonstrate" Jewish %  rol of the United States. He also said that the ked Communist conspiracy to rule the world lid be traced back to the Babylonian Talmud. Observers attributed the sudden Mr. McGinley's talk touched on his lack of funds and on the libel case brought against him by Rabbi Joachin Prinz. of Newark, which ended in a $30.-1 chango of tune to the wish for a 000 verdict against Mr. McGinley. Mr. McGinley dej desirable public response, after it Little Progress Noted in Gaza Talks Under Way; Egypt Makes Weak Stand JERUSALEM (JTA)—The long-awaited talks on the pacification of the Israel-Egyptian border at the Gaza .trip got under way this week after months of preparation and Egyptian obstinacy, but at the close of the first three days of negotiations there was little to show for their efficacy. An Israel Foreign Ministry' spokesman charged that the talks thus far had proved just one thing—the Eyptians have no intension of doing anything toward cooperation with Israel in any proposal for the reduction or prevention of border tension. The talks got off to a very shaky -tart, with doubt about whether the Egyptian representative would even show up at the corru gated tin hut at Kilometer 95, where the* ^— discussions were to be held. rh( /\u/ii MFftlf*IJUF talks had been suspended earlier! V*** IWCI /H.IWC when the Egyptians refused to accept any one of seven proposals of Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns. United Nations truce chief, for an agenda Then, suddenly, when talks were' resumed, Egypt accepted the first agenda proposal put forward by the Canadian truce supervisor. Egypt Attacks British Vessel; Reply Drafted nounced Superior Court Judge Howard Ev.art on the grounds that the jurist gave him no opportunity to prove his charges of Jewish conspiracy. Subscriptions to Mr. McGinloy's publication. "Common Sense," were sold, ami funds to aid him were raised. The published mat.-rial distributed at the meeting. aceOTdrng to the newspaper account, was more outspokenly anti-Semitic than were the speeches. One of the circulars, printed by "Common Sense," said that President Eisenhower is "completely subservient to Jewish plotters." SEL10 OF DAMASCUS became apparent that Egyptian intransigeance was not looked upon with favor at United Nations headquarters. It was said, too, that Cairo had heard about this from the major powers, including the United States, It also appeared to represent at least a temporary defeat for an Egyptian behind-thescenes whispering campaign for the removal of Gen. Burns on the grounds that he was allegedly "pro Israel." \azi Executioner Demands Safe Conduct Home WNN <\VNS>—Franz Rademacher. head of the ii-li Section of the German Foreign Office from 10 to 1943, author of the notorious "Madagascar In" for European Jewry and organizer of the mass kution of Serbia's Jews, has offered to return to %  -many from his Syrian retreat providing he is inted safe conduct" and immunity from imprisonBl pending his trial on murder charges, it was rerted here by a spokesman for the Foreign Office. ow living under the name of Rosello in Damas. where he is currently conducting an export-im[rt business, with official support of Arab quarHademacher whose criminal activities against extended through Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia. fame and Holland, was handed over in 1948 to the Irman courts at Nuremberg by United States war lime, authorities. After a delay of four years, the trial opened with a demand by the prosecutor that he be given a life term for complicity in the slaying of 4,900 Serbian Jewr and for "incitement to murder" in thousands of other cases. Instead, the court gave him a brief term on the ground that his actions involved "no base motives" and ordered him released "on his honor" pending appeal. The court's action was widely censured at the time by Jewish circles and there were strong protests when it was discovered that this major war criminal had skipped the country for the Middle East shortly after having walked out of the courthouse on his own recognizance. Later, about two years ago. the Nuremberg ruling was reversed by the German Supreme Court on the ground that Rademacher should originally have been tried for murder and not for manslaughter. iBBINICAL COUNCIL SOUNDS OUT EMBASSY tabbis Apply for Permission to Visit Soviet Jews LONDON (JTA)T he British Government got a taste of Egypt's "war" against Israel, but officially, at least, continued to adhere to its insistence that arms for Egypt are intended for "self-defense" alone. I The incident arose when a British steamer, the Anshun. was fired on by Egyptian artillery in the Gulf of Akaba when it failed to pay observance to the Egyptian "blockade" of Israel waters. While stressing that the British Government does not recognize the !" legality of the blockade of the Suez But Gen. Bums race ^strong \ Ml > of other waters eading support in U.S. State Department circles. Earlier, he had received the unconditional blessing of UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. Hammarskjold had indicated his decision to retain the Canadian in his present post beyond the to Israel ports, the Government spokesman in the House of Common.s. Minister of State Anthony Nutting, insisted that the incident did not justify the suspension of arms shipments to Egypt. In reply to the questioning of deadline for the expiration of his i Emanuel Shinwell. a Cabinet memappointment, which was June 30. Continued on Pay SA ENVOY GETS LAST-MINUTE WORD 1 AI.I.SBURG. NY. (JTAi—The Rabbinical Council of America. Orthodox group which is holding itannual convention here. late Wednesday announced that :adc a formal application i tie Soviet Embassy in Washto allow a delegation of to visit the Jews of the I %  i nioa. he announcement was made h> Rabbi David Hollander, presioi the Council. He told the convention that the Soviet Km•ked for full details n the "nature and purpose of the \isit we are hopefully awaiting an affirmative respottM from the Soviet Government," he stated Noting that the "forthcoming meeting at the summit of the heads of the Four Powers holds out the distinct possibility for the lessening of international tensions," Rabbi Hollander stres-ed • that "our request, if granted, will foster the growing spirit of understanding between the East and the West which appears to be emerging on our work! horizons." lie added "We see* only to visit our co-religion ;-tin order to reestablish our spiritual ties which will enhance and strengthen the bond between our peopiRabbi Hollander declared that "the granting of our request will hive far-reaching effects not only for Jews but for a waiting world eager to see increasing signs of trust and friendship among the peoples of the world. We firmly believe that such acts of sympathetic understanding gradually build the firm foundation on which can be securely rested the structure of peace and amity among nations." COL NASSER tells British war with Israel demanded challenge. (See story above.) Johnston Leaves July 28 to Test Possibility of Jordan Water Plan WASHINGTON (JTA)—Eric Johnston. President Eisenhowers special envoy to the Middle East, received Wednesday last minute instructions on the Israel-Arab water development plan from Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Mr. Johnston is scheduled to leave for the Middle East on July 28 He will vi-it all the Arab states and Israel. He refused to elaborate on the details of his trip. This is his fifth vl it to the Middle Fist in the capacity of special negotiator between the Israelis and the Arabs on the American plan to develop the waters of the Jordan River for the benefit of the countries involved. An official of the International Cooperation Administration repeated the position of the Eisenhower Administration that the Johnston Plan for Jordan River water utilization is a key to settlement of the Arab-Israel dispute, it VM revealed here when hitestimony on the Mutual Security appropriation lull ms 1 (leased. Cedric H CsaflOT. regional direct, i tor Near East and African Operation-, testified that during the past year, the United States has maintained a sustained drive 'to obtain an understanding for the division of the waters of the Jordan by the countries concerned on an | basis for their storage, their control along economic line-, and for arran to insure their equitable distribution." Mr Seat, r asserted that the conclusion of an agreement on the Jordan waters will offer considerable prospect for the rehabilitation of refugee populations, and it would open up new areas for settlement in Jordan In Intestimony before the House Appropriations Committee Mr. Seager observed that the animosity between the Arab states and Israel hanot yet abated. He explained that U. S. policy has been "to keep secret" the aid allocated to individual countries, "thus providing the United States Government the maximum amount of flexibility in the actual implementation of the program." The ICA official testified that the economic situation in Israel "is much improved." He observed that German reparations are providing funds for part of Israel's economic development program, but that "United States aid is still required" to maintain this development effort. .%  wH



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)AY. JULY 15, 1955 +Jelsti fJ prkHar PAGE 3 A riel August's [rothal Revealed a lawn reception on Sunday, 3. the engagement of Miss \, l August to Sheppard Mavnu announced. |*s August is the daughter of Uilma August and the late kid J. August. 1S85 SW 18th jer grandpartnti arc the late \\w\\ Augusts, pioneer MiamiM..s;irok's parents are the M.i-ireks, of 345 NW 117th %  e bride-elect is a graduate of HI Senior High School, where 1.1i member of the National |or Society and Thespians. She ku attending the University of mi. where she is a member of %  a Phi Epsilon sorority and Ip.i Delta Phi, education honorjiss August will receive her dein education in February, fr. Masarek, an ensign in the ed States Navy, received the degree from the UM. lie was a liber of the pre-dental associaand upon graduation received Ignition from the American mical Society. is now a student at Emory lenity dental school, where he member of Omega dental frality. he couple met while both atjjed the University of Miami, plan to be married next June. lior Day Camp |ins Second Session rmor day camp for 13 to 15-old boys and girls, which is isored by the Town Branch of Greater Miami Jewish CornCenter, started its second )ii with a picnic trip and swim "randon Park. us ii one of the teen-age prois being sponsored this sumat the Center and is open to teen-agers. rogram of trips, swimming. ling, dancing has been planned, isportation will be provided children at the Flagler-GraJewish Community Center, 50 51 pi. and at the Town Branch, SW 16 ave. Miss Muriel A 9 if Miss Golden Fianeee Of Donald Matlin Mr. and Mrs. Irving Matlin, 3116 SW 5th st., announce the engagement of their son, Donald, to Miss Lila Kae Golden, of Dallas, Tex. Currently stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. Donald came here for a visit, accompanied by his fiancee and her mothe. Miss Golden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Golden, was born in Texas 19 years ago. She is a graduate of Forest High School, was president of the Junior Red Cross and has attended the Sherrith Israel Synagogue, where she now teaches Sunday school. Mr. Matlin is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami for two years. His fraternity is Alpha Epsilon Pi, where he held the office of exchequer The wedding will take place in Dallas Dec. 24. After a honeymoon, the couple will reside in Miami, and Donald will resume his 'studies at the University. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spcctor and Mr. and Mrs. z. Smilow are summer visitors at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C. %  fr fr Relaxing at the Hotel Riviera in Lai VtgU wn Mr. and Mrs Harry Zukernick. %  fr fr fr Sterling hotel owners Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner recently visited the Al Gottesman Dunes hotel in Las Vegas. fr fr fr Mrs. Tillie Schwartz, of the Prince Michael hotel, is recuperating after an emergency trip to Mount Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Schwartz, active in local communal affairs, is founder of the Free Nurses Institute of Greater New York. fr fr fr Mr and Mrs. A. Pepper, of 507 SW 19th ave., are spending the summer at the Prince Michael hotel in Miami Beach. fr fr fr Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson, of 1250 NW 55th st., Miami, are visiting their son, TV and radio star Owen Jordan, in Yorktown Heights, N.Y., for the summer. While there, they will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary The Jacobsons will be feted on their return at a reception here given by their son and daughter-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jacobson, of Coconut Grove. fr fr fr Mrs. Moses Krieger and her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, of 1114 Alton rd* Miami Beach, left last week for Los Angeles, where they will visit Mrs. Krieger's children, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Matz, until the end of August. They will then leave for New York to embark on the SS Constitution Sept. 1 for an extensive tour of Europe and Israel. Mother and daughter plan to return on the Liberte Oct. 19. fr fr fr Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beck left for Hendersonville and will be gone from the city for several weeks. Lena Ben Born Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ben, of 3180 SW 19th ter., announce the birth of their daughter, Lena, at St. Francis Hospital Monday, July 11. Mrs. Ben is the daughter of Abraham Selevan. Nancy Ellen Born Announcing the birth of their daughter, Nancy Ellen, July 2 are Mr. and Mrs. John Greene, Caldwell, N.J. Mrs. Greene is the former Carol Tannen. daughter of Mrs Anne Tannen, Miami Beach. Heeht Birth Dr. and Mrs. Hymar. Hecht, ol 3763 SW 27th St., Miami, announce the birth of their son, Gary David, July 6 at Mercy Hospital. Grandparents are Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Heckt, 128 Washington ave. Bird Fanciers' Evening Miami Beach Recreation Department will present a review of "Stray Feathers From a Bird Man's Desk," by Austin L. Rand, Monday evening. July 18, at the Ocean Front auditorium. Reviewer will be Mrs Q. P I michael, actress, playwright and member of the National Audobon Society. The evening will also include an exhibit of live tropical birds. Wish to Rent Meat Market ON MIAMI BEACH Write: J. C, tOX 273, MIAMI II Children Complete Camp Session; ;cond Half Plans Active Program Ivor 400 children are now corating the first of the day camp ksram under the sponsorship of Greater Miami Jewish CommuCenter. Highlighting this first of day camp during the past ek were a three ring circus at Town Branch, a trip through ryland at the Beach Branch, a k-cabcan and outing at the Flag[Granada Center and a camp Bw at the North Dade Jewish ntcr camp, it was announced by )n Epstein, GMJCC county day ip chairman. her 250 children attended the is carried on by the Town anch Camp, which included side BW booths, refreshment stands, mi.il and circus acts and a gala btume parade. Various groups at Klagler-Granada and Beach tips were also invited to attend. [Other highlights of the day camp pivities during the closing week ere a Maccabean and outing at fabler -Granada held at Greynolds rk on Friday for the senior half I camp and at the Flagler Granada tnter for the junior half of camp. be Torahites, intermediate girls' foup at Flagler-Granada, are planning a dramatic and musical presentation based on the Bible at the camp Sabbath party on July 15th. At the Town Branch, a special cook-out at Crandon Park in the form of a pageant to be held on July 15 on the theme "Children From Other Lands" will take place. This pageant will depict the activities and programs of children of similar age in other countries throughout the world. At the Beach Branch. "A Trip Through Storyland" will be the theme of the week and will involve the various groups in drama and musical presentations on this subject. At North Dade, a camp show on Thursday highlighted the various activities carried on by the groups at this camp. Epstein announced that the second four-week period of day camp will begin Monday, July 18, and end Friday, Aug. 12. There are a few vacancies in selected groups at some of these camps, he said. ilnkks Mark ledding Anniversary Their golden wedding anniver>ry has been celcbated by Mr. and [rs Harry Galnick, of 7509 Bucneer ave Miami Beach. Two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia GoldUS and Mrs. Louis Horowitz, and a Bn. 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•I AGE 4 A + k*istn€ri(Jtori_ FRIDAY, JULY 15, vJenist Meridian Published tvtry Friday alnca 177 by tha !•** Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 18. •'•'•• Entered ai sscondclass matter July 4. 1930. at the Poll Offiee-of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March V" !" ; The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jowish un ty and the Jewish Weekly. Member df the *WTJ •• 0 raph,c Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. VVerldwid News Service, National Editdrial Association. Amerlean Association of English-Jewlsh Nawspapera, Florida Press Association. OFFICE and PLANT 120 HE Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 During The Week... A i s e e i, By LEO MINDLIN Starr ****ssiveaA m r. ft A T E • : The Jewish Ons Year SU.SC JIMT O T N o vear> •B.0I FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher Volume 2 g LEO MINDLIN News Editoi Friday, July 15, 1955 Tammuz 25, 5715 Number 28 What Road for the Zionists Now? The lid has finally flown from the seething cauldron of unrest that has been the Zionist Organization of America since the emergence of Israel. The eruption in the Zionists' ranks seems to have been inevitable. Louis Lipsky, veteran world Zionist leader, revealed his reasons for failing to attend the 58th annual ZOA convention in Washington. Among other things, Lipsky charged that, for a long time, the organization had been losing its sense of direction—"that it was pursuing a purposeless existence." Lipsky also declared that the principal motive behind his defection lay :n the ZOA's adoption of a resolution identifying the group with the Israel General Zionist Party. This, he observed to be "an act of escape." charging the ZOA with shunning more immediate problems here at home while losing itself in the political struggle of Israel and taking cover under the wing of internal Jewish State affairs. ZOA president Mortimer May defended the American Zionist group. In a long statement issued to newspapers throughout the nation. Mr. May charged that Mr. Lipsky's failure to attend the 58th annual convention was tantamount to old-guard isolationism. Lipsky, in New York, he declared, "decided to let fly with a diatribe against the organization" while delegates from every part of this nation were gathered hard at work in Washington to grapple with current Zionist problems. May further charged that Lipsky's position was "undemocratic"—that Lipsky had failed to avail himself of the opportunity of coming before the ZOA to air his grievances there and had, to the detriment of the ZOA, aired them publicly instead. This, the ZOA president said, could only be construed as meaning that Mr. Lipsky was in the process of attempting to "capture" leadership of the organization before the impending World Zionist Congress. The eruption caused by Lipsky's defection comes several years after charges made by David Ben Gurion, then Prime Minister of Israel, that the Zionist Organization of America had achieved "spiritual bankruptcy." Whatever lie's personal attitude toward the statements made by Mr. May and Mr. Lipsky, it can hardly be denied that the ZOA has been casting about ever since the establishment of the State of Israel to remold the definition of its purposes. With Israel a reality, was the function of the Zionist dream now to shift toward all activity aimed at strengthening the young republic's existence? And was that activity to become exclusively financial? Would the ZOA's new program concentrate on the spiritual revitalization of American Jewry and American Jewry's relationship to a Jewish State in the Middle East? Or, perhaps, was the true role of a post-Israel Zionist Organization in the U.S. to take on political overtones—to assume political leaderU Nu is Visitor in the United States If Burma Premier U Nu's visit to Israel was a shot in the nervous arm of the Jewish State, the Premier's tour of the U.S. did even more for the Israelis in terms of positive action. Premier Nu represents one of the most important countries in the Far East. As an Easterner who has long demonstrated his independence from Western influence and who K M y i!?1?o i ed With Asian des,in YMr. Nu boldly told U.S. officials and newsmen of the brave, courageous" Israeli people. wfJ eCr in i n a coas, -'-coast television Sfv *\ Bur T ma P <* !" lankly expressed the belief that Israel is wonderful th*?rL f Sf fol owed c 'osely on the heels of ^e Premier s refusal to stop off in Egypt afte Cairo warned him not to visit the Jewish State on h,s way to the United States. ByT n o ?£ he.warning. Mr. Nu apparently shoVsToTr?teres, in involving Burma with the kind of old-hat, cynical diplomacy that is the hnU S3? a n emerging H&r* ** ship in Israel and to act as a lobby pressure group in Washington? Ul ICUOl ^........ — pacities is indication enough specific direction since the establishment of the Jewish State. That it has met with opposition from numerous quarters in each of these often divergent efforts is proof enough of the failure of American Jewry to understand what its duties must be so far as the Zionist future is concerned. Recognizing the nature of this dilemma, former ZOA president Rabbi Irving Miller more than two years ago announced "spiritual identification" as the organization's essential program—spiritual identification among Jews here on the one hand and between U.S. Jewry as a group and Israel on the other. MR. MAY snd Mr Lipsky aren't on speaking terms ;,nv „ Like two little boys, they just won't play and have decided to call, another riastv names into the bargain. Mr. May insists it's all the fsj of Mr Lipsky. who failed to attend the 58th annual Zionist o, tion of America convention in Washington last month Mr. heaps the blame on the ZOA. summing up his view of the diffj^ with a kind of psycho-poetic phrase. The Zionists' "act of escape" saw. is the ultimate cause of his defection. I suppose. Mr Lipsky would disagree with my original observ, ti() J He would remark that he has not followed Mr. May's lead—that he haal deprecated no one. He would emphasize, even as I have indicated, thai the fault lies with the Zionist Organization of America and not w^j any -pecific personality. Now. this is an interesting assumption, (a>| the fact remains that the May faction has been engaging m an .] deniable campaign of vilification and that Mr. Lipsky's s Upp merelv continue to list their grievances. A nationally pron Zionist leader in this city patronizingly referred to Mr. Upsk) as"tjf .old guard" immediately after the schism in the ZOA's rankbecaa,| That the Zionist Organization of America has, common knowledge. He blithely offered up this explanation of taj at least attempted to act in each of these ca, ip „ kv boycott: power politics to gain control of delegates before td ;,;= ic i Hirntion enouah of its lack of n ,. v a/orid Zionist Congress I am impatient with the struggle of personalities, with the cod flict for leadership Beth are characteristic of most organ nations-] whether they be as large as the ZOA or as small and insignificant* the men's club and women's auxiliary' of a local synagoeue The, reveal ignorance of ends and principal concern over individual em] Where the battle for personal ego-amplification is a major matter,| there you have children in the pubescent process of prosing tbetl power It is unfortunately true that such a struggle in the rash] of the Zionist Organization of America would obscure the more funda-] mental issues involved, for supremacy of leadership is not the ZOA'il main problem—at least, not so far as its millions of members are cosj cerned. I have the safe and generally recognized notion that the conflict] Had on ideology—just what is the purpose of a Zionist rnovemeatj Don that the State of Israel has been established. Mr. Lipsky chargetj revolve about this point. He says that the ZOA has demonstrated i This was not meant to be a panacea for all. iack Qf ^^ ^ ^ the ills of the ZOA. but it at least admitted to the ajmed at augmcntjng he fulfillment of the Zionist dream and that it existence of the kind of seething unrest that h ^ |n>tead misapplied its energies within the framework of internal split the ZOA leadership and offered a program Isradl p^j,,^ To t h e .se charges. Mr. May can apparently must* DO for realistic achievement within the framework | an swer—at least none that he published—other than remarking that of a new idealism. We have for a long time now felt an emergent need for the ZOA to concentrate on the adoption of such a program on a broad scale— a program of cultural and spiritual value aimed at recapturing the waning enthusiasm of American Jewry in past achievement, a program designed to stimulate American Jewish interest in the FACT ol Israel. For it was the rank and file of American Jewry that made the ZOA a significant organization—an organization that challenged world opinion and helped bring to fruition the Zionist dream. And it is the rank and file of American Jewry that can revitalize the ZOA once again. Without their participation — and the sad truth is that their numbers have diminished astonishingly — the inbred political struggle that last week tore asunder the Zionist Organization of America was inevitable. Charges and counter-charges voiced by Mr. Lipsky or Mr. May will do nothing to advance the cause of the ZOA—to knit the schism, to recapture a dedicated Jewry. They can onjy corva tViA in'ar&are *\* ifftfAAVn A*sys n .! n ~. IM \IU.L serve the interests oi Israel's enemies in Washington. This mighty American Jewry — this Jewry without whose energy and vision there would never have been an Israel — must not be made to stumble now in the philosophical wrangle of their Zionist leaders. They must return to the fold — and will return to the fold when Zionism speaks as in days gone by with a clear and unfaltering voice. Mr. Lipsky formulated them without official ZOA sanction. I SHOULD like to assume, for the moment, that Greater Miami is I a typical Jewish community concerned with interests similar to those of Jewish communities elsewhere. If this be so—there are some. 11 suppose, who would hardly agree—then Miami may be used to demoa-l strate the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of Zionist activity dunafj the past few years. Let us begin at the end. The State of Israel recently' celebrate*I its seventh anniversary of independence. There was not one major! Zionist rally here to mark that anniversary*Individual local Zionist] Districts took the occasion to foray into membership drives, but nonel showed the least particle of verve. Since 1954. only two major Zionist affairs have been held in Miami. The first of these observed the cc* tnbutions of Mr. Alex Van St ratten to the ZOA; with all due roped to Mr. Van St ratten and to his unquestioned Zionist achievement*, one would be hard pressed not to concede that this affair failed to kindle a long-gone Zionist spirit and that it thus failed to do proper tribute to j an old campaigner. The second was a dinner several months ago honoring Rabbi Irving I Lehrman While the ends of this function were to be heartily applaud-1 ed, the means employed flew sharply in the face of one-time Ziomt I intelligence. What occurred in the interim between these two functions? What has happened since, and what took place before" One I vaguely recalls the early Fifties here, when local Zionist Districts] seemed more active. But, already at that time, their principal source! of creative energy came from Miami's American Christian Palestine Committee. A case in point was the huge Flamingo Park rally ieatsr-, ing Dr H. Franklin Williams. Judge George E. Holf. Mrs. L. J McCatl frey and noted author Pierre van Passen. Tall, portly Mr. van Passes towered above me in the wings of the bandshell, leaned his elbows heavily on my shoulders and sharply demanded: "What's the matter) with the Jews these days? Don't they have their own spirit any morel] Do they need the ACPC to insure a successful Zionist function 1 I. incidentally, subsequently asked this question many times and i was heavily brought to task by local Jewish affiliates ef the' Committee, who principally feared that I was offending Christian supporters of Israel and who admonished me to emulate numerous examples here of Christian dedication to the cause of Zion. The fact remains, however, that the once ardent Miami ACPC seems to be going the way of Star] Zionist Districts, for its voice iv almost no longer heard in the land. THERE ARE vague memories of other functions, chief ..monjl them the memorial to Dr. Chaim Weirmann-but one would hardly • expect such an awesome event as the death of one of the great Zimi-H I of all nine-and the first President of Israel not to be memorialized h*. I here were the numerous gatherings—all woefully attended-before ^ wnicli l w.,s invited to speak along with major national ZionM fibres. itere. again, spirit was absent. One needed to resort to redevelops UM Moody pages of the history ol European Jewry and to en.phasi* •' k.n.i of chauvinism that is alien to the ideals of Israel. Ana n the (ace of such diseased psychic abreaction. the rc-ponse was then and continues to remain pathetic. If. indeed. Miami Jew* 7inni r ;' '; • „ t harge ,. intnrn "7 "'A'"' ,,,fficu "> •<*> not lie with American Jewry Wj %  ; .' '•" %  • %  > be, n shaped since partition by the Jewish State*] tatta ** by r=Sl^i3 "hereTnd ?Jg?Lim ntinuing develop,,,,.,,, beyon I here hip FOR DiHOGUa AHD PlRMANiNT PfA uh oh L-' A f a P 0 1 '" ,h(| mgly impalpable, revolving about i •^h -llccted unconscier.ee. Here "omeSn ta f n^7 r,C a F ke 0v ,0 a^bandon^z:J?. 1 !" 1 on ,h or ''*l Zionist dream. 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f, IULY 15. 1955 +Jeistincrkfton PAGE 5 A etters to the Editor he Jewish Floridian: Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky bad in Rabbi Joseph E. his possession a lull set of keys to Jponse to statement that beour failure to comply with rules and regulations of later Miami Vaad Hakashlound it necessary to withleir endorsement, we hereIhat Rabbi Joseph E. Rackn>.stated the facts and that ^gen Dovid Kosher Meat withdrew voluntarily from Miami Vaad as stated ater 9(1. so state Deriod of that during our supervision that our establishment, and the authority to use same should any question arise that needed closer examination. He never found it necessary to use them. We repeat that we hold $1,675 in cancelled checks made payable to the Greater Miami Vaad, endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus and handed personally to Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. We want to know: A. How the money was used. | said, "exposes Egypt's illegal : J Europe, lei Tour -ogress acob II Cunningham, direcFlorida NCCJ Region. red Wednesday that 30 in religious leaders and participating in the anItorcultural travel seminar >i"' and the Holy Land orby the National ConferChnstians and Jews, derecently from Idlewild Air ir West Berlin via Scandi%  Air System. fe taking off, the group held it.it 11m session at the Walloria. Later at a luncheon they heard messages from lador Henry Cabot Lodge, Is. representative to the Nations; Samuel McCrea general secretary, National of the Churches of Christ; ?hbishop Michael, head of i'tk Orthodox Church in a. < %  were also heard from fhairmen of the NCCJ Comon Religious OrganizaH)r. John Sutherland Bonkstor of the Fifth Avenue trian Church; Fater John rien, of the University of )ame; and Rabbi Maurice idrath. president, Union of in Hebrew Congregations. Ja NCCJ delegates to the |Brotherhood Assembly inIr. and Mrs. James M Le |r< G. Lewis Hall and Mr. S. D Weissbuch. r er Cooler' luncheon ;ind means vice president krt Sher announces a "beat It -ummer cooler" luncheon [d party to be held by Beth Si-tcrhood at the synagogue fdnesday noon, July 20. |an of the luncheon is Mrs. Herold, and committee inMrs. Kugene Heiman and ivid Braun. Arabs Attack British Vessel Near Suez Continued from Pago 1 A ber in the last Labor Government. Nutting said that arms were supplied equally to both sides under terms of the Tripartite Declara Hon. But he drew laughter from the House when he said that arms shipments to the Arabs were "for their defense" and that they do "not in our view assist or encourage thorn to carry out illegal activities." Earlier, an Israel Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the incident would be called to the attention of all maritime powers. "The bombardment of the Anshun." he intian dictator added that Egypt's policy has always been to make no move but to watch an "Israel move to launch an attack across the liorders. This episode may now be almost resolved," he added, 'but the long-term problem of Israel remains." B. By whom. C. For whom. We have just begun to fight to help bring to our community an honest, just and fair supervision which will conform to all the codes of Jewish Law. Our attorney has been advised to contact Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky regarding his "misstatement." We will not stop until "one Vaad Hakashrus" is achieved. HARRY ALTMAN Mogen Dovid Market (Editor's note: The ad referred to here by Mr. Altman was published in The Jewish Floridian of July 1. Rabbi Rackovsky's reply appeared in the issue of July 8.) Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I have been meaning to drop you a line previously telling you how much I have enjoyed The Jewish Flordian and to give special praise to Mr. Leo Mindlin, whose "During the Week ... As I See It," has been full of clear thinking and a wonderful appraisal of life's situations both on a domestic and international front. .'. do wish you continued success in your enterprise. DR. I. LEO F1SHBEIN sistence on the exercise of belligerent rights contrary to international law. ." But the Acting Foreign Minister of Egypt, replying to a British note of protest, merely reiterated his country's contention that such acts were justified because "Egypt is still at war with Israel." In London, the Times let it be known that, insofar as that paper was concerned, Egypt could not go on forever having it both ways. The Egyptian Foreign Ministry has meanwhile prepared a reply to the British note of protest against the Egyptian shelling of the British freighter Anshun at the mouth of the Gulf of Akaba last week, it was reported in the press here. Egptian Premier Col. Abdel Gamal Nasser, in an interview published in today's Daily Telegraph says that the Gaza situation "seems to have calmed down." The EgypSummer Membership Affair Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its annual summer membership card party at the Algiers hotel Thursday noon, July 21. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Jack Udell. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOKR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKHY GIVEN that ill.' nnci.'i .-iKiifil. dealrinjr to engagr In l.usin.-Hunder In* flr-iitlnuji nit me of BTBRLINU AI'ARTMKNTH, at 2J N W. I6th Avenue. Miami. Honda, intend to i-.-ici.-u-r nun I name wlilj the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad Count>. Florida. 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kY. JULY 15. 1955 ^Jewish fhrkMar PAGE 7 A Florida Federal Savings and Loan Association to Open Here Nov. 1. c* i Paul N. Marks Zionist Representative imi Visitor icrenson, representative of D>r Zionist AsNcmbly Head arrived in Miami this promote the sale of the pnisl Shkolim. and will stay Prakc hotel. in is a graduate in eeooctotag) He was ac\ he Zionist students in until 1934. He was also Dtativc "f Hias in the Latin in countries during World -on will remain in Miami intil July 25 imeth Sisterhood tental Health Film h Sisterhood Wednesanl Miss Lois Parks. the Mental Health Sobnment on "The Terrible |ii'l the Trusting Three's," kboul children. fcittce included the Mesptlul Bernstein. Ida Avins, idler. Rhea Rubin. Ceil Riaff. )h Chapter Plans lance Saturday tn dance is planned by Katiapter of Pioneer Women [nl.iy evening. July 16, at the Towers hotel. Irmen are Mrs. Michael land Mrs. David Meltzer. with them is a committee \'A ol the Mesdames Leo Alexander Kimmler, S. ttw. Albert Shkoler and • rr. film Due lodge of B'nai Brith will luncheon Tuesday noon ^i Lido hotel. Featured la film in color. Dade luments, Inc. 3 S.W. Ith STMIT Phne HI 4-2011 19 Exclusively to the lewish Clientele "t l Miami's Lt.dima MM Monnmenf Dealtri >N ROOFING AND METAl WORKS t 2 MAVL Ph. HI A 5140 ur roof repaired now; you a.! < "V n,w ro %  •' '"•factory Work by --xpernncod Man' 0 W OPEN Mil CONVAUSCINT HOME M. SOUTH inm DRIVE ^•ur Regit,e d Nur Prwi.ion l"li Fortman. Manager Wtt-Mtt M.M17 Florida Federal Savings and Loan Association will open its doors for service to the public on Nov. 1. according to Paul H. Marks, Miami attorney and president of fhe association. Scheduled tooperate in the downtown area, this will be the fourth Federal for downtown Miami and the 10th in Greater Miami "We feel that there is a definite need for another Federal here. Marks said "There has been a tremendous growth in savings accounts and assets of the strings and loan associations during the past three years, arid we attribute it to the stimulating effect of competition." Marks revealed that during 1953 >4, savings accounts of Federals increased from $200,000,000 to $326,000,000— "a gain of $126,000,000 and an increase of 60 percent." During the same period, according to Marks, the assets of Federals increased from $236,000,000 to $381.000,000—a gain of $145,000,00 and an increase of over 62 percent. Florida Federal Savings and Loan Association's president has specialized in the field of real estate here and has been active in numerous civic affairs. He is a former general counsel of the Overseas Bridge Commission, charter member of the Orange Bowl committee and a chairman of the finance committee and member of the board of directors of the Dade County Bar Association. Marks was a lieutenant commander in the Navy from 1942 until 1946. For many years a member of the board of trustees of Temple Israel, he is founder president of Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Association of Greater Miami and 1954 recipient i of the Council Key, highest honor of the fraternity and the only one thus far ,'iven in the South. Marks is past president of the I'niversity of Florida Alumni of Greater Miami and recipient of the "Outstanding Service Award" for 1953 While rther officers of Florida Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami have not yet been announced, the president said that "We have a fine cross-section of the community in our board of directors. The average age is 44. five of the organizing group being 1 native Floridians. The average residency in South Florida is alj most 40 years." In addition to Marks, members of the organizing group include Joseph I. Plummer, owner of AhernPlummer Funeral Home, former Dade School Board member and director of the Commercial Bank of Miami; I N. Meltzer, General Electric distributor and vice president of the Bi.-cayne Boulevard Auodation: Tildo S. Carrero. owner of Holiday Tours and Miami realtor. Alfred Browning Parker, ptst president of the South Florida Chapter. American Institute of Architects, internationally known architect and owner and designer of Pace Setter House of 1954; Robert L. Rice, Miami residential builder, former Naval officer and pilot and husband of Rose Mallory. former Miami Daily News staff writer; C. Guthrie Babcoek, realtor and president of the University of Florida Alumni of Greater Miami; and Seymour D. Kei^i, partner in the law firm of Marks & Keith, former U.S. Army infantry officer and special lecturer in Titles and Mortgages at the University of Miami law school. To Discuss Dr. Schwoitzer Dr. Hans Margolius, author of "Foundation of Ethics," "The Nature of fhe Good" and many other works, H'll be guest speaker Sun day evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, llth st. and Ocean ct.. Miami Beach. Dr. Margolius will speak on "The Life and Philosophy of Albert Schweitzer." Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside. Question and answer period will follow. ~HoVsY6rpKYuRis~ Miami's Neweit L.irge Selection of Fine Prints Oils Engravings — Modern Traditional Framed Unframed Pictura Framing — Dry Mounting Repairs Open Mon. & Fn. til 9 p.m. 6237 liscayne Blvd. Ph. 84-9812 NOW OPEN HYMAN'S KOSHER RESTAURANT Serving full cmrit Kesher meals; Traditional Friday night dinners with wine; (1 OC Home baked % %  •** desserts from 1301 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 4-4041 JOHN C. WEATHERS CHTIHtD PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT announces TNE OPENING Of OFFICES FOR THE PRACTICE OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTING •# 606 Biscayne Building 19 W. Flogler Street Miami, Florida Telephone 12-0206 i Zarwon* LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, Now Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all other paints. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE SUMMER BARGAINS? 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\DULT BIGOTRY ID DtUNQUENCY lie\wiiiJtUEIIioipidliiauR MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 15. 1955 SECTION B DR. LEWISOHN IN ANOTHER NOVEL Education Bureau Makes Local Survey Of Enrollment in Daily, Sunday Schools Wi for the Ford Motor Company's $25,000 contribution 1955 United Jewish Appeal campaign was presented )d regional manager Charles R. Beacham (left) to WilI.inder, of Lind Motors, general chairman of the New lalers Division of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater fork, at the division's recent annual dinner in New [Waldorf-Astoria hotel. A -survey of peak registration figures ;,t the Jtwl h school-. <-f Greater Miami, according to the annual statistical release of the Bureau of Jewish Education, shows a tn-nrl toward Intensive Jewish educ away from the Sunday school and toward greater registration al the afternoon schools. For the first time in ten years, registration has decreased at the Sunday schools from 3.428 in 1354 to 3.419 in 1955, although for the past two years greater increases were registered at the afternoon schools This year, _1 ... ., %  >" own" lllli <|-Illir III lilt registration at the a f t crno o n registration of future Jewish moth 1.612 girls. "What has happened Jo bring about this decline in the ers' Has the Jewish birthrate shown a considerable increase in the male birth or have the larger schools 'which show the gre increase in boy population; failed to offer sufficient attraction to Inc. girls? Greater effort evidently is needed to education the female element in Greater Miami in order to secure the Jewish home of the future against ignorance and lack of appreciation of Jewish values." Schwartzman said. How many Jewish children in Greater Miami are receiving a Jewish education of some kind? Since! there is considerable duplication of B^BIBI attendance in the Sunday and j B NAI B RITH afternoon schools, the two figures!" cannot be added to gain the total, according to the executive direc (% prary degree recipients at Brandeis srsity are (left to right )Edward M. M. >urg. Paul G. Hoffman. Joseph F. Ford, Christian A. Herter (third from right) Judge Joseph M. Proekauer (second chools increased from 2,219 in 1954 to 2.331. The trend toward the afternoon school and away from the Sunday school revealed in Greater Miami is in the face of national figures showing the steady growth of Sunday schools throughout the country. "The Miami trend will be welcome as • healthful indication-oJj*cognition by theJbfwish community of the growing importance of more Jewish education," Louis Schwartzman, Bureau of Jewish Education director, said in releasing the annual survey. A breakdown of the numbers of boys and girls registered at the Jewish schools shows a decline in the number of girls attending Jewish schools. In 1954, 1,591 boys and 628 girls were registered at the afternoon schools. In 1955. there; tor. More and more of the larger j were 1,770 boys and 561 girls In schools are insisting upon integrat-i 1954, 1.65.1 boys were registered at ed schedules idler the first few the Sunday schools and 1.775 girls, years, avoiding duplication of i In 1955, there were 1,807 boys and : after noon and Sunday school Thfl Bureau of Jewish Education thus estimates th;il there UTS today over; 5,000 undupUeated children attend-! ing the Jewish schools of Greater Miami 11 we add t" this I figure. !h: number of Jewish children who withdrew from the -chools ior various reason., during the past few years, about 20 percent oi :!: %  total registration, and children r > private instruction, the total of Jewish children Continued on Pag* 10 B Beach UN Seminar Will Hear Prof. Ken Smart University oi Miami Associate Professor Ken Smart will discuss "International Court of Justice and World Bank at a meeting of the Beach Division, Greater Miami United Nations Association, Wednesday evening, July 20, in the Johnina hotel. The talk is part of a series of United Nations Seminars which began here last week. Next discussion will be held July 27, featuring Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, member of the UN Association board, in a talk on "World Health Organization. United Nations Childrcn's Fund and Food and Agriculture Organization." Louis Schwmrttmaa **r from right). They are shown with Abraham Feinberg (center), chairman of the Brandeis board of trustees, and Dr. Abram L. Sachar (right), university president. (See story page 7B.) IRY DEPARTMENT DENIES TAX EXEMWN County Community Relations Council in Difficulty Joinf Dance Sunday Dance jointly sponsored by the young adults of Temple Israel and North Shore Jewish Center will be held Sunday evening. July 17. at the Shelborne hotel. County Council on Community Relations "self in financial dificulty, according to ual report of the organization by Hollis I. chairman. It us have been necessarily restricted, Rinejealed, "by lack of proper finances." Major jthe group came in June, when the U.S. Treaspartment denied the Council's application for fnption. 4'ng to Kinehart. this means that FoundaM-i and possible private honors "will be ung**d February 18, 1953, the two and one-half organization has concerned itself with ell|E possible tensions and misunderstandings ^through racial relations and involving civil nd migrant labor. effort to educate and enlighten the people > County, the Council has operated through lee, surveys, press releases, radio, television, %  nd neighborhood discussion groups. Despite its present financial situation. Council expects to place emphasis on these future programs: DESEGREGATION. Emphasis to be placed on educating and informing the public, assisting and working with the School Board. Police and City Authorities, encouraging leadership among top citizens. A committee to be appointed to perform this function. CIVIL LIBERTIES. Continue to inform and educate the public through panels, television and other media in an effort to anticipate trouble areas. A Committee to be appointed to perform this function. MIGRATION LABOR. Make a study and survey of problems and work with authorities to prevent trouble and provide adequate facilities. A Committee to be appointed to perform this function. CONVENTIONS AND WELCOMING FACILITIES Work with Chambers of Commerce, Hotel and Restaurant Associations, State Department. City and County Commissions to foresee and prevent incidents because of racial implications. A committee to be appointed to perform this function. Urge Eisenhower To Sound Soviet On Emigration CHICAGO—I'nai B'rith has ed President Eisenhower to the USSR ;it the Geneva conference to allow Jews to emigrate to 1 or any other land where the; practice 'heir religion free!) The appeal waa issued by Philip H KUit/.iick. of Park Forest. Ill, world president of B'nai B'rith before i.ooo delegates at the ch session of the B'nai B'rith District Six convention at the Hotel Sherman here. Charging that destruction of religion is an avowed aim smmunism, Klutznick si that he believed many Jews would rate if they could obtain permi sion, Ktutaniek aehl the EoUo< statement to President Elsenhower ;is .i telegram: "America looks with hope and confidence to your participation in the conference at the summit in Geneva. Doubtless, there are great problems that will crowd the agenda. We would not seek to overburden these deliberations. However, you have long been aware of the plight of the Jewish people and others who profess religious faith and reside in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and satellite countries where destruction of religion is an avowed governmental aim and policy. We believe that many Jews in these countries would emigrate to Israel and elsewhere if they were permitted to do so. "We of the B'nai B'rith reiterate our appeal of last November that you use your good offices to urge the USSR and its satellites to permit such people as may wish to emigrate to any land where they can practice their religion to be at liberty to achieve this end. We are profoundly conscious of your own deep-seated religious convictions. We have no doubt of your sympathy for those who would seek to follow your own example. Consequently *e are emboldened to urge that this matter be included among the many that will be the object of your considerations." mUp At. Kfefzskk Aquatime' Affair Sunday Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, will hold an "aquatime" evening on Sunday at the Seacombcr Surfcomber hotels. Chairmen of the fund raising affair are Mignon Benson, Helene Bengis and Myrna Jaeggi.



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PAGE 2 B FRIDAY. JULY & Adult Discrimination Spurs venile Delinquency. AJC Says minority violence appearuij In to publication, in. Committee Reporter. The report revealed by the Greater Miami Chapin viewed as "promising positive programs eT ^STthe New York City Youth Board to work Sctly with the.se gangs through trained pcr^nel and the intergroup> training.prog • > Jj polu* officers launched by the New \ork Cltj Police ue partment in October. 1953. In releasing the AJC report. Dr. John BmM, Jc executive vice president, a specialist m Intergroup elat.ons and author of 'The Delinquent Boy "called for a study to determine the extent to which social discrim.nat.on fosters del.nquenc among racial, religious and ethn.c m.nor.t.es. and encourages anti-minority violence. Through its Division of Youth Sen-ices, the.American Jew.sh Committee has been working for ten ears with the major national youth sen.ee agendas In a Lgrange program to .mprove mtergroup relations. Its training manuel. "Leaders C u.de. is Alumni Association Meets Monday to Elect Officers Greater Miami Mil Epailoo Pi Mumni IssociettotJ will meeti Monday evening. July l*\ HM alayWioel, u-l v j*Sj^S^^ he hrt* anrtjt.cn in ,he youth %  uH.l %^ S ^ "SnteVeW* <>" nom.na.H lor effMM art Oenrge in the MidCent,.r> ^h. "^ UM ,,,,, president; Burton Children and Youth and the MM • prr>1 .knt. George H. terence on Juvenile Delinquency. BenSein. tiissurer; Sherman J. Violence hy youth jgMt -Jg*ft^}"Jj *£ rorreeoonding secretary: traced ,o,wnm., 111 rco,Kl.i...A' 1 w Nmat k t "If the adult .common > itself !" £J£ |, doretary. and Morton J. Galow.tz. l.gious and ethn.c group^J* !" ", limlm:; |)U |,lic.ty director, clared. "the latter W^^^~nb£ feel Special honors will be presented targets for delinquent IwfVJftf "*immunity ... Judge Uwrence Hoffman and ,hat they have the tac. SPPrj '{• „,,, [ JudpMilton Feller, ol Miami when they cfc Iherr VKUms ( M Kl B( 8ch ootR „mg alumni. thdr elders'prejudice Hum < > J [against Delegates to the National Phi „f Minority groups which aw '"• !" ":" eo ,, ,„„ Pl convention will also be nia y even serve to spark a .an. aU.uk ocfur elected at th.s meeting. Violence againM minorities may a*> occuri through deliberate inclement by adult rabl.k r U S;re h uS r, Vv"'... f..r example ,an. e| ChrSS Front youth under adult •***** w t Jewish victims ... New York Oty -' southern cities recently, adult agitators have (. mented demonstrationby white school ChUdren against integrating Negroes Into the public schools." Roof Leaj r Call Victeri %  •• •" e*i, j, J e*r • new ,,, £1 9-5274 Acme Routing John Bitter North Shore Adults Meet North Siiore Club for Young Adults will meet Tuesday evening. July 19. at North Shore Jewish Center. Opera Night' Slated by UM Symphony John Bitter returnto the University "f Miami Symphony Ortra podium after a monthvain on Sunday evening. July 17. when he directs the orche-tra m the fifth concert ol the summer pop season at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Pro-ram will feature an •Opera Night." with guc.-t artists it Ing Shirlej Ward, soprano; Jenny Lou (urn-, mezzo-soprano; Frederick Cushman, tenor: Ted Morrill, ROM rt Medaris, baritone; and George Gibson, ba Opening the concert will be the March and Chorus from Tannhauser. by Wagner Miss Ward will be heard in "Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark.'' by Bi-hop. and "Caro Nome" from Rigoletto. by Verdi Mr. Cu-hman will sing "Che gelida manina." from La Boheme. by Puccini, and "E Lucevan le Stelle." from Tosca, by Puccini, following a reading of the Inter. mezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana. by Pietro Mascagni. "Evening Star" from Tannhauser. by Wagner, and "Lacerate Spirito" from Simon Boccanegra. by Verdi, will be performed by George Gibson. Verdi's Quartet from Rigoletto will include Miss Ward. Miss Corris. Mr. Cushman and Mr. Gibson. Donizetti's Sextet from Lucia di Lammermoor will feature Miss Ward. Mfeu Corris, Cushman, Morrill. Medaris and Gibson. Also to be heard are the Fntr' lleanor Roosevelt Chapter Plans Social, Member fetes Eleanor iooaeeeil chapter of Bnai Brith Women will hold a member bring-a member barbecue on Wednesday evening. July 20. at 236 NW 41-t ave. In charge of information is Mona Sands. On Sunday, July 24. the chapter acte from Carmen, by Bizet, and Wll | take over Fairyland Park. Preclude to Act 111 from Lohen364WNW 38th>*. for a soc.al and ,r.„. by Wagner fund ">"" fam,1 > *** %  BUtlDiRS Of IMM0RT1 MEMORIALS FOR TH! Trot* *) n JEWISH TRADE fgTTB ii ffce 2 Slaty WMre I THURMOND MONUMENT CO. NUIKERS S40M %  Ins Cemetery Chorees 0— Sundays Pl—er HEALTH RESORT Sponsor Card Party Shaloma Group of 1! card party on Thursdaj evening at the Monte Carlo I Mrs. Max Rothfeld was i h lirman. PERSOI.ALIZED SERVICE "ART" "MAURY" "NAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting Phones 3-2244, 2-6652 S40 S.W. 8th Street Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE &QhtmctCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Ca. Capital, Surplus t Reserves Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Dade Federal Announces... NEW BUSINESS HOURS Beginning Monday, July 18th, 1955 Following the national ond local trend of financial institutions to a 5 day work week, Dade Federal institutes a change in its business hours. Beginning the week of July 18th, the 4 offices of Dade Federal will observe SATURDAY CLOSING. However, in the interest of me m be r s who were unable to conduct business with us during regular weekday business hours and depended upon our Saturday hours, all of our offices will remain open one evening each week. The Main Office on Mondays and Branch Offices on Fridays. Below is the schedule of NEW BUSINESS HOURS for the offices of Dado Federal beginning Monday, July 18th, 1955. MAIN OFFICE MONDAYS 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. TUESDAYS thru FRIDAYS, 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. BRANCH OFFICES MONDAYS thru THURS., 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. FR "DAYS 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. "ALL OFFICES ARE CLOSED ON SATURDAYS" MAIN OFFICE <5 N.E. F.r.t A.tng, AtlAPATTAH SKANCH WOO N.W. 36th Sir..! Dade Federal JOSEPH M. UPTON, p fPSldt n !" \ TAMIAMI SKANCH 1WI S.W. Eighifc Str..| 1 D *WSON CENTU SKANCH RESOURCES EXCEED 80 MILLION DOLLARS



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)AY. JULY 15. 1955 legist Herktk>r LOBAL SHORTS |ge Rosenblatt Renamed Foundation President EW YORK (WNS>—Judge BerA Rosenblatt wu this week rctfcl president of the Fonndaf,,r thp Jewish National 'Fund, igency which devotes itself to raising of funds for land deLpment projects in Israel [ugh wills and insurance poliwith the Jewish National \ as beneficiary. Within the [three years since its inception, [Foundation has raised a potenI df $5,000,000 in wills, bequests insurance with the JNF as the ficiary, Judge Rosenblatt anIced. Jewish Stores Boycotted By Tunisian Nationalists TUNIS (WNSV-A growing movement toward the boycott of Jew ish shops in Tunis was noted this week, despite assurances of nationalist leader Habib Bourguiba of j "equality for all Tunisians." This | threat to the livelihood of the Jewish traders is laid to nationalist accusations that the Jews have not (sufficiently demonstrated their leasure at Bourguiba's return, and to the continuing emigration of Tunisian Jews. >ndment to Protect Israel linst Aggression Defeated lASHINGTON (WNS) — An mnent to the Mutual Secur5ill which was introduced this by Rep. James Roosevelt, kornia Democrat, which would fire that the President be sat|d (hit American arms aid )d not be used aggressively ist any nation was defeated on |floor of the House of Repreptives. Congressman Victor L. i, Now York Democrat, ofa suggestion that the ending j.i] Security Bill state that no larj assistance be given to any ii \ml) countries "unless subUally equal military assistance ^rm>-hcd to Israel," and urge government to conclude a mutjefer^e pact with Israel. irosity of U.S. Jewry Jed by Ambassador INDON (WNS)—U.S. AmbassaXvmthrop Aldrich, in a warm |te to American Jewry's "great rosity," declared that the ph community in America "has more than its share on all of American civic and char life." Addressing a recep|tendered in honor of Rabbi ft silver, president of the ol Orthodox Rabbis in Amerlic American Ambassador said bd'y welcomed "the efforts of ^mimnt rabbinical leader of rtcan Jewry, Rabbi Silver, in HUM ol Jewish education." Austria Stalin* on Claims, House of Commons Told LONDON (WNS) — Barnett Janner, Laborite member of Parliament charged on the floor of the House of Commons this week that the Austrian government was stall |ing in its talks on Jewish claims I while giving every facility "to .those who participated in the Nazi barbarities." Mr. Janner's complaint against the Austrian government's "long delays" and "unpromising negotiations" came in course of debate during the third reading of a bill to ratify the Austrian State Treaty. German President Awards Order of Merit to Jew BERLIN (WNS) —West German Federal President Heuss has awarded the Order of Merit to Professor Kurt Levinstein, Jewish educator and teacher, it was announced here this week. Professor Levinstein was formerly principal of the "French High School" in Berlin. Israeli Scientist at Moscow Atom-for-Peace Talks TEL AVIV (WNS) — Participation by the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth In a Moscow conference on the peaceful use of atomic energy was disclosed here this week with the departure to Russia of Dr. M. Block, director of the Institute. The conference was called by the Soviet Academy of Science. 0RT Congress Told of Poverty Among Iranians i GENEVA (WNS) —The acute poverty and lack of educational facilities jmoog the 80,000 Jews of Iran was described this week by M. Mossanen of Teheran, vice president of ORT in his country, at the 75th anniversary congress of the World ORT Union. Only 5 percent of Iranian Jews "live comfortably," said Mr. Mossanen, while the rest live either in a state of acute poverty or "just subsist." Forty percent of Iranian Jewish children leave school after only four years. Ihower Urged to Raise |lem of Russian Emigrants ptLEYVILLE, NY. (JTA)— bpeal to President Eisenhower |i 8 up, it the forthcoming lit" meeting in Geneva, the i Jewish emigration Russia and the satelI was voiced here by iard Bergman, newlyi 'dent of Hapocl Hamiz'!' Religious Labor Zionist n "on of America, at the P ion of the four-day ntion ol the orgaoisa• the Big four meeting | "ii July 18. President I I must not be unmindi" i tii.it this conference lo (\.ike new h.>pe for I on in the minds millions beyond the ii, Dr. Bergman declarEban Reminds Arabs of Meaning of UN Declaration LOS ANGELES (WNS) Hope that the Arab countries will abide by the UN declaration at San Francisco calling on all member states to live in amity and friendship with their neighbors was voiced here by Israeli Ambassador Abba S. Eban. who drew attention to the fact that the Arab countries were among the 60 member nations to subscribe to the declaration. Telling a press conference that he hoped the Arab countries were aware of the meaning of the declaration, Mr. Eban said that "for the Arab states it would, require a modification of their policy, because they have never agreed to live in friendship with the State of Israel." American Chess Master Rests On Sabbath in Moscow MOSCOW (WNS) —A scheduled game last Saturday between two of the titans of the chess world, Mikhail Botvinnik of the Soviet Union and Samuel Reshevsky of the United States, was shifted to another day when the American chess master announced that as a religious and observant Jew he Would not play a game of chess on the Sabbath. The shift of schedule was announced as spectators and chess fans anticipated the third round between two of the world's greatest chess masters, both Jews. if you can make toast Synagogue Desecration in Genoa Deplored by Premier ROME (WNS)—In a formal note from the Premier to the Union of Italian Jewish communities, the Italian Government this week ex| pressed "concern" ove* vandalism committed recently at the Syria I goguc in Genoa, and promised to %  try to find the vandals and prose cute them. The act of vandalism occurred last week while the entire country was celebrating the tenth anniversary of the liberation of Italy from Fascist rule. YOUCAHBAKtkCAW. New Dromedary's exclusive features: turn-pick, Pre-cresming, free pin linen snd Hew miracle shortening, give you advantages no other method, no other mix ever had before! it's that easy with HEW DROMEDARY WHITE CAKE MIX • YELLOW CAKE MIX DEVIL'S FOOD MIX


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?*" FRIDAY, JULY >Love Me and Leave Me' Hollywood Coup The present year has brought to the* screens of the world manv of the finest motion pictures Hollywood ever hamade and the public has shown its appreciation of them. But. in the arrav of super-quality productions, one picture has won such instant and tremendous popular favor that it already is certain that it will be one of the greatest smash successes of the year. if not of the decade. Thi< is Metro-Goldwyn-Mayers I.nve Me And Leave Me." and its triumph is one of important significance, as well as gratification, to all members of the Jewish faith. It comes very close to being an all-Jewish production and even facet of the picture re bounds to the credit of the Jews. Charles Vidor. the director, is a Jew. Joe Pasternak, the producer, is a Jew. Dore Schary. executive producer at M M who gave "Love Me And Leave Me" the "go-ahead" sign. Is I Jew The picture portrays the life stonof a Jewish girl. Ruth Etting, one of the most famous chanteu.-e0* I decade or two ago. The %  weenplaj was written by two Jewish scenarists. Daniel Fuchs and Isobel Lennart. The music was under the direction of Georgie Stoll, a Jew. and the great majority of the songs presented in the picture were written and composed by **-""• ing Berlin. Arthur Freed. Shapiro and Bernstein and others. From all this array of outstanding Jewish talent, the one to whom the highest honors must be gi ven is Charles Vidor. One of the trulv great directors in film history, an Academy Award winner Charles Vidor has the magic touch of genius in the making of films in which music is a predominant factor. One has only 10 recall his "Song To Remember Cover Girl" and Rhapsody U, realize how bright that gen jus dunes It reached a new fulfillment in "Love Me And Leave Me in which he was called upon ,,, blend the favorite songs of the beloved Ruth Etting with a realfar more moving and dramatic than ever to MlP rented in thi* superior tjg fllm musical Under V.dor*, direction the result is magnificent He once more ha--eta new mark for others to shod at. This, in no MM deprecates the work Of the others who were concerned with the **"}" •Love Me And Leave Me Wltnout exception, their contributions ,o the success of the picture ere great and. without their efforts f, could not have been the great The significance of this Jewish triumph to all people of this faith is very deep. It does not He m the fact that the public -.. claiming a picture made bv Jews about a Jewish personality That has happened before in TM Jolson Story." "Jotopn Sings Again." "Rhapsody in Blue and •The Eddie Cantor Story For decades, the public has shown that it is no respector of fait in the matter of choosing favorite entertainers. OH THE ~Lr1-u el g_UJ.IIUI its B0MS 8M&LAB — Some Salient Facts About Intermarriage in the U.S. ing the number of Jewish marriagein the United Stat< now beinq undertaken by the Jew ish Community Council of Detroit. The Council is establish the number an Jews undergoing conversion in the United States annually It has addressed an inquirj to a number of Jewish leaders and institutionspect to these and related quo pertaining to Jewish asm ilation. At the same time, the Detroit Jewish Council is ai-o interet in establishing the number. group and sex of personentering the Jewish fold In the United nnually The Council Is also inviting advice on possible stopthat might be taken by local and national bodii trelop I more wholesome feeling of Jewish begingni -a n d identification. which would tend to enrich Jew i-h living and -tern the loss,., to the Jewish group II is no secret that the number of Jewish intermarriages icoostantl) grou i In this connection, it Is perhaps interesting to note that a survej conducted by the Union of Amer ican Hebrew Congregations BELL WOLFE Boxing What Would Seem Without \\\\h\ vigorous past 70 IN A SUMMER SEASON. A Navel by Lodwi 9 L g lll. H 215 York: Farrar, Straus and Codahy. 1W5. $3.00. By HILARY MINDLIN nn LUDWIG LEWISOHN'S latest book in a long line of criticism and philosophy is a novel which deals generally with m our time of a guiding principk whose ••service was .dent* f?.JXm"-the loss of faith, to be exact. Specifically, rein C e mam character, finds himself spiritually hollow, esser uVhia marriage, aimless. All about him he sees this same and lack of purpose. His wife Eugenia, as lost as he but without his intelle demanding of the causes of futility, takes advantage of hu death-tlie loss of a symbol of stability and fa.th-to leave } producing the external bereavement to match his inner one In a summer season. Felix meets many possible solut manv aspects of his own problem. Lovely Monica has the ta he seekbut. her illness symbolic of that sickness of the sod which the book is concerned, she has not the strength to break] from her ties Grave, handsome Eve was strong, yet freedom si hone was her self-destruction Indeed. Felix's sole sati-fat:*j t.onship was with Gumdrop. his kitten, based,as it was on tru-t and honesty. Kven his -ister and brother-in-law. a couple who repres Felix positive values in a negative wilderness, proved that God lUCh value is insufficient. Their daughter Barbara, badly] 1)% ; ,n abortive attempt to find a faith in communism, turnei to an extreme Catholicism in an effort to slake her need as she I This, loo, iFelix's own problem presented fmm a different Pelb rea-ons that man s need of purpose is proof of a In and the goodness of His laws; "He who seeks Him has found who needHim knows Him. ." The answer is not a new one. Lewiaohn does hammer away rather hard at it as the vaccine moral paralysis of our age. • • • • • IT HAS been brought to my attention that other revietrnj been rather shocked by the amount of lively sex which Dr. Li who i72. getinto his book This strikes me as a particularly -train of criticism Dr Lcwisohn's hero is 35. a man very about the chasm between the spirit and the flesh, and the often seemthe other, but is really merely Hs mockery Such, lem could scarcely be portrayed without allowing the reader] direct evidence of its reality to this hero. Only a very bad novel states" things. It. is tremendously j to insist that a writer contain his subject within the bounds' present experience The whole value of a writer lies in hiab synthesize from many lives and experiences, not all of them bj any mean-, and to create from these a new experience meaningful In %  special waj That is. in a sense, a definition of aj Hilton wablind Should all his images have been dark I low? i# iw i# no now in. — Archie Moore won hifight over Bobo Ol-on bj a knockout, but even n Bobo had managed to get : on hifeet before the count of ten. the fight would have been over. That'.the way Ruby Goldstein tells it. and Ruby was in then the referee, just ahe has been ref for -ome of the great fightin past ITS Ruby said he was prepared to -top the fight because of the beating that Bobo had already taken "I talked to him when I finished the count," Ruby said afterward, 'and he didn't understand me at all." In discussing Ruby Goldstein's career, one fan remarked to this correspondent: What would the fights be like if Ruby wasn't one of the top i For so many years now he has been third man in the ring Fans who have been around a while will remember the days when Ruby was a fighter himself. True, he never was an all-time great fighter, but he was outstanding and colorful, and those who saw him fight testify that he wasn't the kind who can easily be forgotten. Samuel Reahvesky, American chess star who held a leading position on the team which tangled with the Russian che-starin the Moscow tournament, got in some excellent practice play at the expense of his teammates in training lor the big event He won four \ictories from other members of the American squad in the practice sessions. tu Henry Laskau. who iregarded a> one of the best walkers in the world, intends to go right ahead entering competition, according to information given this correspondent. Refuses to Believe in Near East Failure about two years ago, hs ... ,. I,shed that only 53 percent of the Returning wel I from Uw San Francisco memberof Kelorm tempicommemorative session, the youth Swedish opposed to mixed marriages Ol '> n 1 ?** H.;unma;-kjold. appeared deeply the other hand, the Federation of Reform Synagogues in Ni a York is maintaining a continuing course for the preparation of prospective converts to Judaism A -imilar cour-e ialso being maintained in Chicago. Those taking this course of instruction are primarily non-Jews who wish to marry into Jewi-h familieMost of the convertto Judaism are women marrying Jewish men. and not men who marry Jewish girls Reform Judaism concerned over the breakdown ol the Israel-Egyptian talki -imply refuse to believe that they will end in failure, he told m w-men 'From my point o( siew.' he added, "it I\et\ essential to have a Success there aa demonstration of the good will of the Governments concerned He was referring to the untirin g ettorts of his Chief ol Staff, MajorGeneral E L M Burns, who habeen working feveri-hl> <\,\\ and night trying to bring about | settlement of the Gail border dispute Mr Hammarskjold hamore than once indicated his full support of the dynamic Canadian mediator. when "Davar's IN correspondent, l Izeak, asked Mr Hammarskjold whether Jewish gin.u e i o rm juaaism %  "J .. %  ... %  he "would favor having makes it eaay lor non-Jewish nun Ihis Gaaa question brought up in the Security Counto become members of the Jewish Cl1 m ,n '' will meet face to i.,,, July 18 in thionee austere lakeskk citj of Calvin .thousand rh 'he first I at the -urn ["" '" £. Pour" Will have one 122£££ f *2**1 "'"e relaxation „, international tensions perhaps peace ... our time The barrierwhich have kept the Communist and m.n-communis, worlds apart have bred suspicion nrirtmrt and hatred None better than the Jew, h people know what ,t meanto come under the heuY hammer blows of dictator.hip-cven Red dictatorship. Recent history is well known But itJ recapitulating in brief The dramatic annoffl by Taaa, the Soviet News Agency, on J* !" 1953. of a "plot" by a group of prominent to shorten the life of active leaderoM Union bv means of "injurious treatment The Jewish situation in Poland In '*" i'lent in at least one respect from that in Peoples I >. mocracies": there were no i against the Jews, ami no show tn i-tor Jewi-h Communists How ning of the year, the atmosphere was teBJ grantfrom Poland reaching Israel r,r !; W | told reporters that the aRuation **PP ? ^i Now two years later, the scene -hilts•" have changed. Stalin is dead. There %  archy in the Kremlin. They aeem to be l to appease.



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Y, JULY 15. 1955 >Je1st> Thrkltori PAGE 5 B ^ A N T E B ENE KUMMERMANN, born ,er 18. 1901, in Austria. ArJ ihe United States either in L or March 1952, from f | rigium. Moved to Mifcach Last known address as 1055 LeBox ave. Is bong sought, by^tet jus|C$E ALADJEM, (JL'TfV^ Los Angeles 28 (al.. ptevf-Mrs. Ktinwifrman here 54. &f • • SCHWARTZ, ncc Gross, t:l 1885 in Rumania. The | Benjamin Gross and Hani (nee Lazar), she came | States in 1930 or 31. address in Miami. n idowed and has a %  nor, about 30 years wartz is being sought by IDA ZIMMERMAN (nee lothschild st.. Egozi House. i I Mrs Zimmerman rr in 1916 in Klausenburg, She is the daughter of Rosa Leb and arrived \ • 1950. • • • KOMORN, born about 1890 ('/( %  (Im-lovokia. Son of Menachem and Ruchc(Brana). He came to the Istates about 1921 or 1923. nown address is Miami, where he was a leather His wife is Feiga. A son is i His brother. Wilhelm, the U.S. in 1913. being sought by IGNATZ |N, brother, of Shikun AliK&r Saba, Israel, born 1906 lues, Czechoslovakia. His fare Aharon Menachem and came to Israel in 1951. [edition to Company ro B. Shinderman, presithe Shinderman Managekrporetion, 3905 Alton rd.. announced WednesHher addition, the Beach[Apartments, 330 85th st., tring of apartment houses |np managed and operated mpany. I00DC t>&%* *i ftATVM hq UAH UOMAS0) 'AN! MY MUX" end be sure ift LORIDA AIRIES HOHOGfNIZtD ritomh "D" Milk "Milk Products" Deere f rotecfed 'BE. 2-22f I'toter Miami Delivery —uVOwr'avoTit. ree.p. to Tht Jewish Floridi.n, together with your name and addros*, If you have recent photograph, you may fiSlSl J! H,h ^ r^^^l y# r !" %  "•" '" thi. column! you wdl b. or^f.d with M.cm of "Th. Book of J.wi.h Recipe,/ C^Uin,n 9 5M.ke*h.r*.*ia~ aesd a Foraword on th. principle, of Follow the lead of our Israeli home-makers when it comes to mid-summer chilled soups. Use any fruit or berries available for that frcsh-from the-garden taste. For instance: Cherry Borscht 2 cups pitted ripe cherries, any variety 3 cups cold water 4 tablespoons sugar or honey Lemon juice to taste 1 tablespoon cornstarch 3 tablespoons cold water A dash of salt A dash of cinnamon, optional Sour cream for topping Sprigs of fresh mint for garnish Reserve M cup of uncooked, pitted cherries. Put the rest through a fruit press or chop, leaving pieces instead of pulp. Add water, sweetening and lemon juice to taste. Bring to a quick boil and cook 3 to 5 minutes over moderate heat. Combine cornstarch with cold water till smooth then stir in salt and cinnamon to taste. Stir into the hot fruit soup and cook 2 to 3 minutes, stirring well till slightly thickened. Let cool. Chill in glass jars until serving time. Into each serving of Cherry Borscht stir 1 heaping tablespoon of sour cream to thicken smoothly. Top with a gob of sour cream in center and add a few uncooked, pitted cherries, also some mint for color-contrast. Pass the crackers or toast. Yummy. Serves 5 to 6. Variations: Blueberries, strawberries, red or black raspberries, Boysenbemes, Loganberries—can be substituted for cherries. Yes, frozen or canned berries can be used. Adjust sweetening and lemon juice to suit the taste, and by all means use the syrup, too. • • • Eggplant Pancakes 1 large eggplant (about 2 pounds) Salt as directed 2 eggs, beaten well '-.• cup fine cracker crumbs or Matzo Meal Confectioner's sugar optional Shortening for deep frying (vegetable or salad oil) Sour cream, whipped cream cheese, grated Cheddar type cheese Pare the egglant and slice into quarter inch rounds. Dust lightly with salt and let stand in a glass bowl, weighted down with a heavy plate or bowl while preparing the other ingredients, about 15 mm Utes Dry each slice of eggplant on paper towels and dip into the beaten eugs then in cracker crumbs, coating only under side Fry in hot melted a h o r toning till nicely browned on under side before turning to brown the other side. Lift out each •pancake" to a flat plat ter covered with paper tOWOll to drain off excess fat. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar if desired, and roll up, fastening with a plastic or wooden toothpick. Dust with additional sugar just before serving time or omit sugar and top with sour cream, whipped cream cheese or a generous topping of grated Cheddar type cheese. Or, leave the pancakes flat and top with the sour cream or cheese. Allow at least 2 for the first helping. You'll here please for more! Serves 4 to 6. Variations: For-serving with fish or meat and poultry, omit sugar and sour cream or cheese. Roll up some chopped pickle relish in each pancake and fasten with toothpicks. For an added taste-tickler, brush tops with mayonnaise or French Dressing and sprinkle with minced parsley. Shapiro to Discuss Recent Trip Abroad Miami Beach City Councilman Harold Shapiro will speak on "As Others See Us" Friday evening, July 15. before Friends of the Seven Lively Arts. Councilman Shapiro's talk will! I>e based on his recent travels abroad. The group meets at 2100 Washington ave.. with Chaim Rose acting as chairman. Henl, Bialik Memorial Memorial for Dr. Theodore Herzl, founder of Zionism, and Chaim Nrichum Bialik. national He bretl poet, wifl be held Sunday evening. July 17. at Temple Beth Sholom. Speakers will he Council-! man Harold Shapiro and Yehuda i Elberg. director of thIsrael Hitadrut committee here "W SUITS TOV TO a"T "M" urine NOW Too Can Drink All The lead Tea Yoa Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. 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^^BT^W '"' %  worfru( cunfrf." Jmoom* %  mrr. National ^^^jndvr i>r lh JH'V, has hailed the approval by Ihe Senate ( the (establishment of H bipartisan commission to review the federal Em[plojces %  ocartt] Profram as "an initial victory In tricoualermCtaiaiv* against fear, injustice and suspicion which had threatened American dtmocrao Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (R.-Mc.l has been voted the annual "Woman of the Year Award" by the Ladies Auxiliary of the JWV. Dr. Carl J. Sindermann, BrandeLs U. professor of Biology, has been awarded a $20,000 research grant by the National Microbiological [institute of the IS Public Hea lth Service. Vii. >...!*.„ 4 CiiMtt NEW YORK to ISRAEL I VIA NAPLES AUG. 31 Consult Your Traval Agent ZIM IS At I NAVICaTION COMPANY. ITD. "A" PRODUCTS CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 3-5537 • FAMOUS NUMIII MIAT PtODUCTS *-' V QUALITY HiicHissm MAT* SINAI KOSHER STAR CORP %  St SOUTH HAI.TIAO .1 C-'CAOO • Ilk •nt ntntiiuim: taiiiMiuntil wmat ci .MM II IICISI si %  r i nun isti GRADE s^nV^. „ SERVING V^^rfinSHSlGREATER MIAMI Vic* Chairman Vica-Pras.. Dad* Fadaral Sa.:-qi ft Loan AIM. S. D laky Uvastmants Chief of Police Romeo J. Shepard is summoned to attend a testimonial in his honor at the Algiers hotel Monday night July 18. tendered by Citizens of Miami Beach with Lew Braverman (left) and Louis Shafkin handling ticket arrangements. H. WtlH AH* r nay Judqa Clre.it Caurt Braward County 1 Tin: D ANIA HANK 11 1 row, friendly Bon. I !" S ,


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PAGE 6 B aft: FRIDAY. JULY 15.1955 NE WS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES David Crockett's direct descendants, Mr. and Mrs, Huel L. Crockett and stvm children of Tallahassee, Fla., have all adopted the Hebrew faith. For the past 13 years they have accepted themselves as members of the ten lost tribes of Israel. Huel Crockett, an engineer, is a founder and charter member of United Israel World Union. The wife and four children of the California evangelist, Meshumad David Cooper were killed last week in a highway collision at Durango. Mex. A Jewish couple, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin B. Ellis, of Brookline, Mass., have been arrested for failure to comply with the decision of Judge I James F. Reynolds to give up a four year old girl they adopted when she was ten days old. The girl being born a Catholic, a Massachusetts law says that "whenever practicable" children shall be adopted by persons of the same religious faith. The court also rejected an offer by the Ellises to bring up the child as a Catholic. B. G. Davis, president of the Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, has announced the establishment of the William B. Ziff Memorial Scholarship in aeronautical engineering. The late Mr. Ziff was the author of a number of books including "The Rape of Palestine"—an indictment of the British policy in Palestine. Becoming interested in Judaism during the last few years of his active life. Mr. Ziff gave full support to United Israel World Nnion. an international institution proclaiming Mosaic Law for One World. The Lubavitcher Yeshiva headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, was the scene of a festive occasion last Sunday night. The joyful students and Rabbis commemorated the 27th anniversary marking the release from a Soviet prison of the [Lubavitcher Rabbi. Joseph Isaac Schneersohn. who died in 1950. Prof. Raphael Lemkrn. Father of the Genocide Convention, has an i nounced the 50th ratification of the Convention—that of Syria. The 50 ratifications have eventuated almo>t exuclusively through the ef-1 forts of the Jewish professor. Brooks Atkinson, art critic of the New York Times, reports on a new Shylock from Stratford, Ontario: "Let's | admit that the play ("the Merchant of Venice") is anti-Semitic. It [ might also be observed that Mr. Valk's acting robs Shylock of most of i his distinction. But if we are to get touchy about religious matters, the Christians might file a counter ->u:t against Shakespeare for libel and slander—a more serious indictment, since he lived among Christians and presumably was one. In the "Merchant" his Christians are not only fools and prodigals. They are also heartless, arrogant, vindictive and cruel, and they violate most of the principles their Lord tried to teach them. Trust Dr. Guthrie to put the bitter facts on the line. When the trial goes against Shylock, the Christians taunt and jeer him with an animal ferocity that would be horrible if "The Merchant of [Venice" were a sensible play." ISRAEL Many Israelis in the cities, towns and Kibbut/Jm view Premier [Sharett's purge of the General Zionist party from the government so close to election time as a grave mistake which may cost the Mapai many votes. Sharett's apparent justification of Dr. Kastner. chargew with treachery against his own fellow Jews in Nazi Germany, has not gone well with the average Israeli. A military investigator in Syria i has accused the United States of having negotiated with a Syrian political group concerning a plot for the overthrow of the Syrian Governmt. The investigator said the April 22 assassination of Col. Adnan [Malki was only a preliminary step in the coup. (State Department I officials said there "was no truth whatsoever to the allegations.") I The Zim Israel Navigation Company is purchasing eight additional (vessels within the framework of the Israel-German Indemnity Agree: mont. The ships, valued at 18 million IL., will be delivered before the M of 1956 Frontpage Magazine says: "Look for an Israeli-American | mutual defense agreement to be signed this year." Also: "Peace in the I Middle East may occupy a separate paragraph in the Big Four discussion^ to be hpld this month. The Russian will support direct : llsrael-Arab talks McCarran Act Dangerous Force Challenging Free World, Hoffman Says WALTHAM, Mass.—The McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationality Act "stands as a dangerous weakening force at a time when the efforts of our people and our government should be devoted to strengthening this free socjety," Paul G. Hoffman, board chairman of the StudehakerPackard Corporation, declared here in a commencement address delivered at Brandeis University. Before the largest graduating class in the university's seven-year history, the former director of the Economic Cooperation Administration warned that the effects of the present immigration act could "be deadly to the free world." "I personally believe there is a fundamental unsoundness in the national origins quota system which the McCarran-Walter Act imposes." Hoffman asserted. "Racial origin and national boundaries have nothing to do with the integrity and the worth of the individual; the potential for growth and development is astounding in all people, wherever they are, whatever they are, whatever their color, religion or race." Mr. Hoffman told the degree candidates: "Whether intentional or not, the McCarran-Walter Act creates in the minds of Asians the impression that the United States regards AsiSynagogue Renamed to Beth Raphael Congregation Downtown Synagogue is officially changing its nanea) Jo Beth Raphael Cangregation^afccording to an announcement tnV^'agk by Julius Sapero. president. Located at 135 NW 3rd ave.. the synagogue is being renamed in honor of Sapero's parents. Renaming this week came in conjunction with the completion of the congregations mortgage payments by Sapero. A series of social functions are being scheduled through September in honor of the event. atics as inferior people. We must recognize that a new day has dawned in Asia. The new democracies of Asia are looking for understanding and leadership ... but we cannot expect them to believe we can supply understanding and leadership if we maintain policies that, in effect, try' to impose second rate status on their peopleCharging that the Bill of Rights and American voluntaryism were under attack as never before, the former diplomat declared that "we are in need of the eloquent voices of those who know the bitter despair of having lived where liberty does not exist." "Many of the foremost builders of America in every walk of life have been immigrants or sons of immigrants ... and certainly they have included many or our most devoted exponents of the Bill of Rights and American voluntaryism," he continued. Asserting that debate on the McCarran-Walter Act has not been as free and open as it should have been, Hoffman placed the blame on "the general/ uneasiness that prevails about discussing controversial subjects and listening to controversial individuals. "In these critical days in which we live, days in which great decisions must be made, it is more than ever essential that we encourage to the utmost debate and dissent. Criticism, discussion and debate are the only means to peaceful progress in a free society. All history shows that with out them, a Society will stagnate and die Due to inclement weather, some 3.500 people out of an expected 6.000 thronged the university's Shapiro Athletic Center to witness the conferring of degrees to 167 seniors and 12 students of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The class of 1955 represented the last of those students who were enrolled at Brandeis before the first class graduated. Honorary degrees of Doctor of Laws were conferred upon Hoffman; Governor Christian A. Herter. of Massachusetts; and Judge Joa> eph M. Proskaucr, former New York State Supreme Court Justice. Honorary degrees of Doctor of Humane Letters were awarded to JosPresident Abram L. Sachar announced that the University's income for the academic year now cluing had reached a total of $3,502,612, the largest one year total in the University's history. Acceptances to graduate and professional schools across the country have been received by 40 eph F. Ford, Boston industrialist pt r ccnt of thc senior c i ;i s S Among philanthropist, and Edward M. M hl ^ %  h[)l ,i > a w h:th Brandeis gradWarburg. outstanding communal uates wm study ncxt year arc Har leader. Darius Milhaud. composer, | vard Princeton. Tufts Medical was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Humanities. In his commencement report. School, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Chicago. Columbia. Cornell, Wellesley, Swarthmore, Simmons and New York University. The National Assembly of the Brandeis University Associates, an organiation of foster alumni, convened prior to commencement and was attended by delegates from at least 22 states. Women's committee delegates from states across the country attending the 7th annual Conference of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, participated in a week-long program of workshop sessions, business meetings and social activities. Weightlifter Featured at Coral Gables Post Affair Coral Gables Post No. 243 will hold a swim party at the Miami Beach Riviera cabana club on Saturday evening, July 16. Al Brock and his students will present an exhibition of weightlifting and feats of strength. Brock holds the titles of "Mr. Miami Beach," Florida heavyweight lifting champion and Florida professional heavyweight lifting champion. THE DANIA BANK OFFICERS I. T. President W. S. r erher Vico-Pretident l Caihiar Vice-Pretident J.T. Vice-President 1.1, free* Assistant Vie-Preiidnt Lit* Assistant Vice-President Peelkee $. Bert Assistant Cashier M. H. Primer Atiistent Cashier Statement of Condition Juno 30, 1955 RESOURCES Cash and due from Banks $ 4,698,716.32 Investments U.S. Government Bonds 11,450,718.14 Sat, County and Municipal Bonds 3,969,239.05 Other Securities 177,091.56 Loans and Discounts 10,729,944.28 Overdrafts ...... 1,203.26 Furniture and Fixtures 1 27,743.76 Banking House and Parking Lot .. 43,174.03 Other Real Estate 12.263.66 113,111.45 Earned Interest Receivable 190,973.26 Letters of Credit—Customers Liability 67.662.05 Other Resources 41,520.03 TOTAL RESOURCES $31,510,250.10 DIRECTORS N. Chairman Chairman of the loard Food Fair Stores Cei J. M. Arrev Attorney at Law Otto %  resky Industrial)!! Freak I. Iby LIABILITIES and CAPITAL Deposits $29,758,014.19 Letters of Credit 67,662.05 Interest Collected end Not Earned 71,859.60 Expenses Accrued 10,024.90 Capital Funds Capital 450,000.00



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PAGE 8 B RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY HEBREW | TIFERETH .SRAEL NORTH.A^^Jf^pHdaj S.DE CENTER 111 bold Fnday | M*" !" J Saturda v morn .ing sen-ices at 8:30 Berke president, will ofticiate m the absence of Rabbi Abraham Herson. Saturday motfting are at 9. Kitlciu=h wUlIollow BETH EMETH CONGREGATICN will hold Fridaj evening ,, 30. Herbert Buchv Will officiate rda> morning services tn u o a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening ees 6 30. Saturday mornitvB:30 Mincha will 17 p.m.. followed by liaariv at "g 8 -n;;: a ;; a, 9 R^..and Cantor Ffahel Lutnug will officiate At 6 30 pm. Rabb, Ever will di*cu~ Ethics of the Fathers. Mind" is at 7 pm Daily Proiein-rich | and low in j calories L FRIDAY, JULY i s u <2 Candlelighting Time Tammuz 25 — 6:53 p.m. CONGREGATION MONTICEL LO PARK will hold Friday evening 5 a t 7 p n Saturday n are at 9. Barrj At and MrNathan Packer. become Bar Mitzvah Mmcha will be in 7 pm. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday eveninc serv. at 8 15 Arnold J. Stern will •he -ermon in the absence Rabbi Henry Okolica Cantor rice Xeu will render the mu-ical portions of the liturgy. Lucille M re directthe choir ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Fr; la} evening services at 6 pm rday m-.rr.ing services are at 830 am. Cantor Samuel Salkow render the musical portion•he liturgy. Evening 8:45. | Mowed by Sh g, .... i ,i .. rvic< are at 8 a.m. 15 minuteindown. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will luct '• Friday ever.: welcoming Rabbi Yaa i i f the on is scheduled is A S Partnership." Cantor HauUamches will render the muportiono! the liturgy. Oneg Si bbal will follow. Saturday ning services are at 845 Rabbi Rosenberg will discuss the Daily services t 7:30 a m and 6 45 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Will h 1 Friday evening services at 8:15 Guesl speaker will be Irving m. student rabbi of the He brew Union Jewish Instimorn,..• in 45 Cantor Samuel 1 will render the s M| the liturj • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold I servici at 9. p Brummer will renthe musical portion! ire in the at 8 a m and 7 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL '.1 Miami will %  Friday evening sen ic< 15 The prayer service will inmon. ices are i d for B and 7 pm. with Sunday morning services beginning at 9. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services al 7 Saturdav morning services are at 9_ Rev Leo Heim will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion Mincha is -cheduled for 7 p.m., laaariv. s ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serviceat 8 30 Source of Strencth will be the topic of a sermon by Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz • BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 7 Saturdav morning serviceare at 9 Mincha will be at 6 p.m folSeudos i fn e at 7 30 a m and 7 p.m. %  of card parties Tuesday e^ Card Party Tuesday tve Juiy w at the Rone> PUU Gmtcr M-ami A uxU,ary of the Co_rh.lrmen are^ Mr,. ^STconaumptn. Relief Soc. Sch< ffffn hold t he second in a aerie, tort Jemish Consumptives Relief Soc.; Schoenfeld and Mrs lx.,, riw % on your insured J '^ •r ;QHe knows... ELECTRIC COOKING JWV Post to Meet • ral GablePost No. 243. Jewish War Veteran-, will meet Tueevenil Julj 19. at the American Legii n Hall. 303 Alhambra i .e. BUT "HOT STUFF" WHEN IT COMES TO COOKING CLEANER FASTER CHEAPER ...and BETTER,TOO! J0i, ^FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY GLASS F0R U b M 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728 • Morris Orlim MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd at. Phone MO 1-8201 NORTON TIRE 31st Anniversary SALE THIRTY-ONE YEARS OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION guarantees 31 fcAK • BETTER VALUES • BETTER SERVICE • BETTER CREDIT TERMS 1 AiYvo PRO0F *S :::::::: WW U.$.R0YUMTMJIUJM']5 J-JJ OFF TUBES ^;;; M 4 EASY CREDIT 0F / All W/fiHr %  T/TO^V All credit handled GOOD 1 ^H||| ^^•yjby Norton Tire I OPfM Co. You ore not IK[Q I !//!•.„ 'formed out' to / ,,,< **W a finance comTIBCf W *"•.. fc| pony. ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICED U.S. MUl^faJZ^ SIZE 600x16 640x15 670x15 710x15 760x15 800x15 820x15 \ BLACKWALLS 11.95 12.95 13.95 15.95 17.95 19.95 20.95 WHITEWALLS 15.95 15.95 16.95 18.95 21.95 22.95 23.95 Prices quoted are exchange on a recappable tire or add 2.00 %  P/u$ fox. Ovtr 11 Ytort ot Reputable Dcolm* Ailum YOU .t MIAMI 500 W. Floflcr BETTER \ VALUE \ BETTER SERVICE NORTON r TIRE MIAMI 4900 N.W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI BEACH Norton Pollot Tire Co. 1454 Alton Road • BETTER CREDIT TERMS NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7Hi Ave. SOUTH MIAMI 5930 5. Dixi Highwoy FLORIDA'S LARGEST v US. ROYAL HEADQUARTERS HIALEAH 800 E. 25 St. 79th St. fti



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IDAY. JULY 15. 1955 +Jewist) fUrkflnn PAGE 9 E ^ O b i t ii a r i Sen Dankmum each Bank Names lanbaum Chairman Grtater Miami business and civic ydtt Bon F. Danbaum has been feted chairman of the board of new Bank of Miami Beach, it announced this week by bank psident D. Lee Powell. |t;inb;ium, who has served as vice Mdent of the bank since it op(1 in January, 1955, is the first iBirman of the new banking inlutior-. He is one of the founders I the Bank of Miami Beach. local resident since 1944, Danim came here from Omaha, p., where he was chiei police infcctor and owner of an armored service. Ie orn.mized Ben Danbaum Inc. Miami in 1944, and the firm kame one of the south's largest (olesale liquor distributors by 1 of this year, when he sold business so that 4ie could de' full time to the Bank of Miami Ml. )an baum has been active in locivic and charitable affairs for past H) years. He is president |the Hitter Business Bureaa of pmi Beach. ABRAHAM BUTTERMAN died In New York Ctty .1 ill Nli sni Vivnra I'l. 1M. I • %  ;i il.iUKlilil Mi M Levin*, of fS10 s\\ | u. who %  -ft CM NI York in all.ml servlcee. ABRAHAM STERNSHER 15, at hi* resldrni Survived liy hiwife. May, i.ne mm. Benjamin, one daughter. Mm I>IIHHII HI em, .••.ml 1 wo sistiara, Mi* l>>rothy St.in ii nil Mrs. .\nrut W.ilke. S. v\ b • a BI • held at Miami Hl\ i i Idi Inii-i un-tit wan In Ml N.l.n Cen I SARAH BIRMAN r.l, of :;T' S\V Kih ave., passed awai July .A her rneldence (Survived by ii.-i huaband, Meyer; one aon, Gerald; • me daughter, Miss Evelyn; one slatar, Mi> Batty 81 rota,; and ona brother, i ^iiiis Moeemonsl, Bervtcea warn in-li ai Miami Rlveralde. Intermenl was In Mi Btnal Cemetery. ANNE FISHER 62. of 14I SW lHth l.r., iimwi'il awn July 7 ii her residence. Survived b> her won. Leonard) two riauiajhtsrs, Mrs Itiilh rYeedman and Mj-a Haloid Kirsncr; and four slaters. Kervtoaa were held in Miami Rtvaralde. Inti'iinent wan in Ml Nobo Cem.-tiiv MARC I. FELDMAN 7. of 620 Santur.o avi-, Coral Gables, rd away July 10 In a local hospital. (Survived by tola parents, Milton and Annul..-II.F. Minim, his KI a i II I |i.-t ••-!! t -, Joseph and II.nK.-ldman; and hi* grandfather, Mans Outkin Hemaln* were wni to Gait I in..re for services and interment by .Miami Riverside. DR. LEO HONICSBERG %  -. police aunceon of the North Miami in.ii... department, pa 4*1*1 sway .inly T. Services nwe held in |hr River* side Mln mi Beach <'ha|iel RiHde County and American Medical atlona ami a staff memlx-i at i an. is Hospital wnti his brother, l'i Alvln lloniimbi-rK. be had opd th.Ninth Minml Medical I'lini. at 12401 NK 6th ave.. sine1*41. otber aurvlvora Include hi", wife, Honcira; a daiiKhlrr. Kathleen: a son. r.i aiifor.i ami a sist.r. Dorothy. H. EMIL KAY owner of Kaj Tnlailalisi store and Siiimx Nbs Cleaners, died Thursday. He wan .'ii. Mr. Kay rame here eight M.ui sen from Chicago ami ii\.ci al ItM NIC 136 th at., wan a member of e s the North Dane Jewish Center, Burvlvlng lire hln wife, Frames, two sisters; two eons, Bldne) and Robert; •ind three grandchildren HVrvleea hi III ill Gordon's Mia ml Bl Bl h Chapel with burial In Mi Mlnal CemeMRS. MAY N. ADLER 'i'i. "f 172f NK 17Sth at w 1. • en v. UKO friMll Hell I I JI.d luK T. SIM \ n c.l l>\ three. -"in. AJ. of Miami, ami two otbi > In Red I'.ani,. a daughter, Mm Corkye Orayaon, of North Miami Beach; two brother* and sister, of Brooklyn, NY.; and one grandchild Bervlcoa '.' %  %  InId in Hi.. Miami chapel of ilordon'a Funeral li -, with burial in Si. 11 nf lln\ Id i 'eiii.-lii ) MRS. EDITH OERO II, of IMS Ocean dr.; a 10-yeal ilenl of Miami Beai li. died Saturday She In fUrVtved by a sun. Tbumas. two daUKbters, Judith and Andrea, and her parents, Mr and Mis Alexander Clero, all of Miami lieai b Si i \ Icea wa • held al the amveatda In Mt sinal Cemetery. nii Klx'ersMe Memorial Chapel, Miami BsBPh, in charga. MRS. SARAH B. WINOKER U, of I1SI Indian 'nek dr.. Miami Bench, i.led July B. Bervlcea were held In Riverside Menu.rial Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial In Ne York, she was an honorary vice praaIdenl and foiimi luasuiei of Ihe Louisa Waterman wise chapter of the American Jewish Conffress. A native nf New Y.nk. aha cams to Miami lieach afVOB >iais ..' %  She is survived iiv a aon, Joaaph, of Lakeland. HervIcea wer,. held In the Miami Oor A Miami realdenl fin inn years, she was from Newark, N.J. Surviving ii re two sun-. Albert and AIM-, of Miami, and two Rrandi hlldi I i MAX REICH :••>. of IS1I sw :;niii ave., died Bunday. li, i a mi' ii. i .• i in.. .i ,i^'. from Providence, it.I., and wa wn.r nl WTolfe'a !!••> I.nnib HsrvlCe in Miami Burvlvtns are hl wife, i.'Hto; a son. Adolf. Miami, two brothers, iu.• -n.i.1 ami %  grandchild. %  i •• held in i.iadiiii's Miami Ka nerai Home with burial In Ml Slnal i '.in. u KALMAN MERATCHNIK si, of niT.'i r.yn.ii ave,, Miami Beach, • lied Hunday He came here H feara fr.nn Newark, N i and waa %  n-llred manufacturer Of men'* hniII. leaves fi.ni suns. lands and Joseph, of Newark; Edward, of Loa Ancefea, and Robert Merrill, of Miami Beach and two daiiicbteis, Mrs Sarah lllum%  iiiM and MiDorla Beldler, both of Miami llench Services ami burial took piai e in Newark, Riverside atemortal rbapel, of Miami Beach, was In • halite of ai lalllfellleilts. MAS. NATALIE SIMON •ii, of III I'niiins ave.i Miami Beach, dieii July s. Bervlces were held in Brooklyn with local arrangement! bj Riverside Meehortal I'hapel, Miami Beach She came here an. HurVlvlni i a soi aim r, Lan i %  m •-. NY. •re ae\ • <\ fean n I n ABRAHAM LLVITAN 71, of -' I SW llh st. dud .1 l I x v Bervlcna wars held In Qordon'a Miami il lb. me, wilh burial in Ml ,-,n.u ('• inetci > Mi Levltan, who oama hers elsai yean saro from New fork, "as a retired butcher, lie wan a member of Heth KI CotTSTeaatlon lb is lurvlved by bin wife. Minnie; two mm-, Robert, Miami, ami Benjamin, New York; I daughter. Mis Beatrice Miller, Miami, a brother and 11\a ft iMib hlidren. MRS. GUSSIE FISHER M, ,,f rilS BW 7th st.. died July I. 1 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MIAMI'S ONE AMD ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS UICI STOCK ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I StKVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY SINCE 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS ^mon Relations Expert 2aks at University larsh.ilI Bragdon. president of National Association of [attritions Officials, was visit-^ con-iiltant last week at the iversitj of Miami Human Relapi w irkshop. 1 he liruup Dynamics" apich to human relations was pre|iif(l bj Bragdon, who i> in his h year as executive director of Mayor's Friendly Relations Inimittee of Cincinnati, 0., on l> 6 11 also discussed NAIRO. it urew and developed and A it works on July 7. pn Friday, members of the Hukn Relations Workshop gathM with delegates to the Florida ut} Board Institute. 3277-79 S.W. Ilk STIIH PHONES HI 4-5W1 HI 6-5922 SAVE TIME PAY BY CHECK Know the cinvenience if having funds available it Pen point, through a checking account. Save steps In Dirini •ills; CANCELLED CHECKS ME PROOF OF PAYMENT. Open on account today. I Gordon Funeral Horn V III W HmTry ttrto Serving the Jewish Community ot Greater Miami with Honor and Distinction tor Over a Quarter ot a Century GORDON FUNERAL HOME MIAMI BEACH I W MIAMI 1333 Dode Blvd. 710 S.W. 12th Ave. Pa... JE 1-7477 % &f •• M** Ml OOtOON, IktaiaaFaawal Mntfr MORRIS FRANCE M. of 7720 H|iken* live., Minml I'..... h I %  .-I UandM) .il hi* h/in. follow i.,_a ahorl innaaa Ha tvaa owner <>f Hie l-'rani-H apartiiK-nls. Minml IV.oh ajMI M ai'liVf III Itlll --l.il.I IK-! S'l I vivlaa ir.Ma arlfa, Ida, of Mmmi MI-JM li: a *<>h. Edward, auil a dsuchIrr. .MlMymour Sh;ii'iro, both Ol Chlcaso. Hervlcaa and Interment win he hi-lrt In Chliati with Beacb Ml nmrliil Normandy t"!ia|K-l In charKe of lo. ,il .iiTiinspniiiils MRS. HANNAH SIEGEL 77. of :'.u HW .."iiii ave,, died Bunda) siucame bora II raara aco from Mount Yimou. N v lira. Slegel ii. r. IIHSIPUKI. Joaaph; a aon, Henry J.. IMIIII of Miami, two ilaiiKhi>-r. MrK Meyar Bllverman. of Miami, ami Mrs Abraham Quinl. of Ml \ i-i nun; six arandcblldren and nine icreatm aniii iiiMii n Local arransetnenta ill Chun:.of llonlon Kiini-ral lloinr. ALBERT RICK VK, noted hotslman. pf>i away Baturday. 1 Intermenl waa In Chlcaso Mr I'll k .ichairman "f the board of ihe Pick Hot. I* Corp., t'hl Mis hotel chain, the natton'a third liiiKi-i. baa 2"i In.tils in i'i cltlea Ha al.-o was a noted philanthropist maf triistnof Montlcello hoapfti paal i.iesideni of the MontlreOo chapter, Zlonixi Orsanlaatlon or America; H life member df B'nal B'Hth, ind haii man ..f tinL'nlted Jewlab Appeal In Moniiieilo for a number of >• % %  %  MinivinB i his wife, Renee, "f Miami n.-a.-ii Servk-ea arere h^hi In nl. Memorial fhi I. M |-„ II h Km lal as in X. V"ik See t Phone Ma NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9911 Ufi INSUKANCE NtlDS Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. |3200 S.W. 3rd ove.-"of 5 Poiufi"! DR. JULIUS ROSENTHAL 7."., a practicing phyalclan for the past II v..irs. iiiiii Sunday al home, -ii W I'.ivo Alt., .li Miami Beach. I" Roaenthal had baas a wlntei rlaltor here for -i rears from Montlcello, NY., and a permanent reaident for the pant Iyeara He waa a graduate ol Bellevue Medical I'ollege. and maintained offlc.-s In Moiilii•••Ho. and Miami Beach ii,. wai a m.-inh, i of the American Colleaje of l'h>i>iilan and Rurceona; a director of the Eaatern Life Inaurain-e i'o of N-w York and the Sulll\. ounry IN Y Truat Co.; %  for*Mewisli lorum On The Air" Every Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Stetien: WMfE (1140 an M) rViffc Varioai Ftafvrss Prawaca* sas Oirecfta 1 ay SIMON SEIDEH 503 S.rV. 17fs Ai: *fc. I2-S4I0 titlM tO SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMIE, 2 p.m. end Saturday, 11 a.m. THIS PROGRAM IS THE FIRST AND HAS THE LARGEST LISTENING AUDIENCE t NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Naaatir'a Yiddish Classical Hour will be heard every Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 D-m. 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I H, 1 FlUDAYj Ui.v PAGE LOB ENROL LMENT UP Bureau Surveys Religious Schools Continued from P*g 1 B exposed to Jewish education in the Greater Miami area may well be over 7.000.'* How many Jewish children of MhOOl age are there in the Greater Miami area 0 The Bureau of Jewish Education has conducted two recent surveys of Jewish child population in Dade county. The "Yom Kippur Method" employed, gaining the number and names of Jewish children absent from the public schools on Yom Kippur. is subject to limitations and variations. The last survey in 1953 indicated a Jewish child population of about 5.500 for the elementary and junior high school level: evidently, this figure may have been incomplete, particularly since it varied History of American Zionism Copyrif*'. Um. bv Am.rlc.n J.*h Pr." AT THE MST KJST.WA* ZIONIST CON6f55 IN IAUI. IDEC %  *! DAVID N &UON w *> MAC* CHAIUMAN O' TMt JEWISH A&tNO .N JERUSALEM ANC C* AMA Wlltl %  HEADED ITS AMEHICAN SECTION D Vl>l HAD BEEN HEADING THE AMEICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCE COVNCIL 5. Prophecy Full By DR JAKOB ROSENTHAL and MAURICE del | TMt DONrtl OAWIZATI0N Of AMMICA IS NOW 1*6*^ MTINSMD v*o*n TO Momaf wnic OMMON K, IUUTJ IOSMITS fCOWOAC VHO*NT. IN MAT IMT 0 S*T WNTi0TMECASO JEWISH SIATIHOOO TO THI UN4TI0 NA1IONS AT HlftHIN MEADOW PAtK IN N T IN MAT THE STATE WAS OCLA*D AS 1 E T-SHUV WA6*0 ITS VAUAKT 0AVAMD. GCHIATH STRUGGLE AGAINST SUM*1MI ANtt Of THt ZIONIST ORGANIZATION O* AMCA SWIILID UNK 0* K-ANUK NIUMANN TTS tM* lERSMIf ROSE TO JW 000. &LjUfr POTCH Of ZOA MOUSf •* TK AVIV KDCATtO TO M*MOT Of UTl ] ntfSKXNT OAHBl rmncH. Warns Depression May Revive (JM SUStainlM) FlIHCl SeekS 1 f 000 Anti-Semitism in Britain To date. 290 citizens have joined LONDON IWNSI— A resurgence the Sustaining Foundation of the considerably from estimates emerg-1 of anti-Semitism to England in ewe University of Miami RbeJ jj ing from a census of total Jewish of economic depression is possible. Morgan, president i population of Dade county taken i Alderman M. P. Gross, national by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-; chairman of the Trades Advisory esti-1Council, warned this week. The Counci 1 as Jew in the Board of Deputie> of British Jews to deal with discrimination in employment and business relations, eration many years ago with mated percentage of annual creases added. Today, the Bureau estimatethe Jewish child population at about 8. 000. If this estimate is fairly accurate, at least 85 percent of the Jewish children of Greater Miami are or have been in recent years, exOpa I.ocka. Beth Kmeth. Olympia posed to Jewish education. This Heights. Monticello Park. The listcompares most favorably with a tog also reveals a steady growth of | national average of about 50 perthe two all-day schools in Miami, cent, always bearing in mind that .and on the Beach smaller communities, particularly j The Hebrew High School, sponin the South, are well above the sored by the Bureau of Jewl-h Edunational average. cation, for the entire Jewish comThe school listing below shows munity. consisting <>f a registration the emergence of small schools in] of 41 students, is not included in many new areas: Key Ki-iayne. the above survey. JEWISH SCHOOL REGISTRATION — 1955 Dade County Chamber of Commerce and corrector of the recently created Foundation, anto which non-Jews as well j nounced Wednesday. belong, was established by, Ann „( the University's Sustaining Foundation is to enlist 1.000 members at S250 or more each annually. The Foundation Will enable the universit) t" meet >' s annual deficit of $250,000 caused primarily by ceilings which must remain on the University's tuitions and the rising costs of higher education. "Our university provides higher education for 4.000 of our Dade County sons and daughters," Morgan said, "most of them at 50 percent of H> actual cost and hundreds at no cost. Additionally, t h e university pours S22.000.000 annually into our our citv's economic blood stream. Mo&an pointed out "that by joining the Foundation each subscriber shows his appreciation for the cultural, educational, entertainment and economic values the university provides our community Sisterhood luncheon North Dade Jewish CenU terhood will hold a monthly | eon at the Center on Wcda noon. July 20. Mrs Harry man is chairman Hostess^] Mrs. Jack August. Mrs Shopmaker and Mrs Fred Rabbi Joseph E. Racket US MICHIGAN AVfNUE. MIAMI I rhont Jl 1-3395 • • SUNDAY SCHOOL Beth David affiliated) 104 Beth F.1 (alfiliatedi 21 Beth El Academy (all-daj Beth Emeth 30 Beth Jacob 6 Beth Sholom (affiliated) 261 Cong, of Monticello Park 23 ( oral Gables Jewish Cen. (affiliated) 250 Flagler-Granada (affiliated) 116 Hebrew Academy (all-day) Hialeah-Miami Springs 40 Israelite Center 62 Key Biscayne .Jewish Cen. 6 Kneseth Israel affiliated) Miami Hebrew School (affiliated) 49 North Dade 95 North Shore (affiliated) 31 Olympia Heights Jewish Cen. 13 Opa Locka Jewish Cen. 20 Temple Emanu-El (affiliati 140 Temple Israel al 266 Tifereth Isra 36 West Miami Jewish ted n;8 Workmen's Circle Bea< h [filiated) Workn en's Circli I GIRL1 182 21 26 9 148 33 175 102 45 54 7 26 110 88 27 20 181 253 52 TOTAL 286 42 56 15 409 56 425 218 85 116 13 ra 205 66 45 4<) 321 519 88 HEBREW SCHOOL BOYS OILS TOTAL 164 55 219 77 28 105 47 30 77 49 206 36 158 56 161 18 67 61 56 130 18 50 5 •27 3 69 5 25 1 4 6 33 67 256 41 185 59 230 23 92 38 65 62 >3 239 126 365 42 210 64 %  20 101 17 26 \ 21 24 118 Jo -51 ">8 1,612 3 1.77o 561 i INDUSTRIE CORAL GABLES, S. I N C. 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Then, your next step is to contact any one of our loan officers and arrange not only for your auto loan, but also for the money you'll need to pay the cost of the insurance premium on your new car ... and for your convenience ... all in one Note .. one transaction it's as easy as that! And All It Will Cost You At This Bank Is per $ ioo Per Y*ar On The Amount You Borrow I'f^S^ki %  t Wfuj Pai| Mow? You repay in easy monthly installments scaled to fit your Ludget.i When you do your mm butintat u ith tht Flon National,you toouiUaij.jy Banking on a Higher level juM f>n' MCtlatM Irp up from Flagler Street's SM mtcwMral THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BAN COM PA N Y K Member I AND TRUST ... At Miai Alfred I. duPont Buildin f "" W 'Sj^" 10 "'^ 1 -"— U M Group >g



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>ftY. JULY 15. 1955 "JewislLfhrXttor? ^ y ,„ -4Ii. PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rnCF. IS HEREBY (JiVKN lhal ._.,. d, denlring t^rnsni l. : i he flrtltloua name of LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICI i-• %  %  %  • • THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE INTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1*0984 [ %  ,} %  H %  \P1.AN and LUI U. CAPLAN, inn wife. Plaintiff*, llfERYN WIL0ON ORATT. ii.iiiiiih and as Administratrix t. Ritate of BDWARD E • il.ATT. k i Edward B. (Ilatt. I'. ,1 iiM.it.' In' the Probate Court H .k County, Illinois, No. MltM), 'HICK ou the real iii herein deacrlbad, which la I in Dada County. uf Florida: In Block I. of REACH VIEW l-IUVISION, accordlns to the thereof, recorded In flat Hook IVige l-"i8, of the Public Record* County, Florida. I 'ef i-1,.III lit INOTICE BY PUBLICATION K \ rllKRTN WILSON C.I .ATT. Individually and Adminlalratrlx. Baal '5th St.. Apt. 504 igo, Illinois M M RICE lil.ATT and | \i: \ OLATT, hl wife. i i.ii-i.iii.r Ave.. HUnola i !.\\ \i:l> B. lil.ATT, JR. and -IIARI.KKNK lil.ATT. his rlfe, Shore Driva, [ IL-O. Illinois I VKI.VN .il.ATT AT/ and liAVItl S VTZ, her husband. En. lid Ave igo, llllnola, mid TIIH IWKNOWN HEIRS OF HID E lil.ATT. Sit. if y ., ,i ,,ir and all othai ,i,s II mv, lalmlng am i ht, title or interest In. or lien uon the real property herein rilieil. rthleh is bwated in inty, State f Floi Ida: |, in lllock 1. of HKAi H i > i %  i: i n VISION, according Flat thereof, n.orded in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREII) GIVEN thai the im lirsltn. .1. .1. sirlnS to encase in hiudiien* Mnder the fuitllloux name of ii _i;\!:i'i. i ,v n.i HUM \. .mi.'. Miami ReaTn, rexistei raid name t>!*•*: % #. nit •.. uf ol i Mac lUIKi l: W. JtKIUiY STH it UERRY H1DNEY I.I ItnNSi IN Attorney fur I'.oth 1'artl in. Shvrelan.l tfilldliin, Miami, Floi Ida 7/15-22-9 — •> -• IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE CO0WY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCEHY. No. 180769 WILLIAM J. MARTIN. Plaintiff. \ a. JOAN IDA MARTIN, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOAN I HA MARTIN Ml?" Franklin Avenue. Flushing, I.OIIK Inland, New York Yo> .vuc. ill Hi.Hi KI..JI IREl) to s. is.a eojiy of your anawai to the complaint for divorce filed herein on the plaintiff's attorney. KICHAUIt KRIEOER FINK. 1612-1! Coji^reM Huildlng, Miami :IZ, Ftorlda. an I t %  file the original In the office of'the t'lerk of the above Four! on or before the 22nd day of July. 1*55; otharWlae a default will be entered .iK.ilnst you. HATED: this 2Ut day of June. 1955. K. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Court B] WM. W. BTOCKIMO, Deputy Clerk S/24 — 7/1-8-15 NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRERY fllVEN that Houndersigned, dealrlng to engage In buainesM undei thi fictlli'.in.innof i Alts A" I'l 'I'l'i N at i S B. T'-Uli Street. Miami. klorlda. Intends to reg. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underpinned, ii.-.-iiin* to engage* In bualnaaa undei the flctliloui name of HELENS YORK, .ii B3l M.E. '-'nil Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to irgisti-i sail inline With tinClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HELEN YI'RKIEWITZ WALTER \ 1 I 'KKIFW ITS "iErMttlE (ilLBERT, BHU NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Attorney for Applicants 7/1-8-15-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HLBREHY OIVEN thai the underatenea! di alt na to enjtaxe i" l.iislii, s~ under th* fi.tltlou HTFART'S Jl'VENlLE SlloK STORK nnd HTl'ART I %  io I w .i hlnal lui fH Mlal l .•IWi .*-:. ill n.i aaPaauit ilot Ida ni:i!i!KHT .N STKKI.K, owner I %  7/1-8-13 LEGAL NOTICE .,1 I'lCe |5S, of llle ..Is of Oade County, I Re ..,, h of you. are her.i bj I ihai Complaint to Itcmove %  ither Rellrf has been i y.ni, and you ate herjbj |rH to erve a %  "pv jjt your AnII' itoad. Miami Beach, Florida. | the onglnal Answer in the of the clerk of the Circuit on or bt-f.-re tha lat day of > ,., default 1 "f which the ttions if -aiii I'oinplaint will be confessed against you. ITBD .t Miami. Hoi Ida. this 28 llf JUlle, l'.l.'ii. i; It I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court It. H. RICE. JR. | Deputy Clerk HOTICE BY PUBLICATION [HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE /ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF (IDA IN ANO FOR DADE CTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M9M S RICH KKDSOH, Plaintiff. E A. RICHARDSON. Infendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE IIKI.KN A RICHARDSON. ERNEST CHAPMAN m |:..ulev.ird I 11. ;;hts. New Jersey [ i hereby n-.tifi. d that a Hill fi'iiiplniiit for IMvoroe has been against you, and you ar. |il t rve a copy of your Answer rndinx to the Hill of Complaint miff's Attorneys. HENRY |AIN ..n.l ARTHCR D HF.IKKI.• West Hagler Street. Mland file the original • i or I'l. ailing in the offl< • ol perk if the Circuit Court 01 the 1st day of August. )i: t.. I to .Io so. Judgment by dl "Hi be taken aaalnal yon for I' demanded in the Hill ••' • notice shall be published once • k for four cons. -.iitive weeks [UK .II'.WISH | I.OR1DIAN. \M' OHDKRED at Miami. | i. this .7th day of June, A 1 %  E. B. I.KATHKRMAN. I'l.ik, Circuit Court, i'ul.i'aunt]. Florida. w \l W. STOCKING. It" 1 Com • >, ,ii Deputy Clerk IltV M CAIN and Vn It |) DKCKKI.MAN 1 foi Plaintiff [W l-'l.iKler St Miami. Florid* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. W 17B50 ELIZABETH E. CAPMAN. Plaintiff. SHERMAN CI.KNN CAPMAN. "'ndait. 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO. SHERMAN UL.fc.NA I ou. and you are :. id to .opv of your Am a i or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, RA8SNi:n. MIDLER .k ROTH, 510 Brickell Avenue. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answei or Pleading in the offlca of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or before tha Wth day of July. 1955. If you fall to do so. Judgment b) default ni be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. Tins notice shall t>. published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND OHDKRED at Miami, Florida, tills 20 day of June. AD l'.'.'ni. K B I.KA I'll KH MAN. ci, rk, Circuit Court. Dad* County, Klorlda By JOAN CODRNOYKK (Circuit Court Seal* Deputy Clerk RASSNKR, MILLER ROTH Aiioi in-\ s for Plaintiff :.:,0 Hrickell Avenue, MUmi 32. Florida t/2* — 7/1-8-15 ^ i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "f CORAL OATE TERRACE ACTS, at 4218 Ponce de laon Blvd.. Coral Oables. Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH OITTLEMAN one-half Interest HENNE OITTLEMAN one-half Interest NORMAN F. SOLOMON Attorney for* Joseph c.lttleman and Henne Ulttleman 1056 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Florida • 6/21 — 7/l -K-i .j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I I tinuiulei signed, desiring to engage In •s under the fictitious nann STl'AltT S JUVENILE SHOE STORE anil BTUARTH SI'I'RI'Y SIKH i in:; Washington Aveaue and 771.. C liiis Ave, Miami Beach, int. nrli^ register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT N STEKLK. Owner 6,17-24 — 7/l- UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua nun.of i II \RRET CHEMICAL CO., at 619 Washington Avenue, Miami I i-"iorida. Intend to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County. Urn ids CHARLES TURK HETTY TURK TURK KNKWMA.S AH..I nej foi Charbel Chi mlcal i %  >. 180 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha. 7/1-1-11 -'NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Rial the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nai f CAPITOL WINERY LTD., at 11" N W. —'nil Street. Miami. Florida, in,i,l name with the Clerk "I the Circuit court at Dade County, i WINE C >RP ( l FLORIDA, a Florida corporation, sol,owner ARONOVlTZ, AR" INOVITZ • CAID1N „ ,, attorneys for Wine Corp. ot Hoiida l i 18-89 — I "M Pteotn mulAWCl COSOATK)M m of Ml\M| |;f\(|| ••^HINGTON AVI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fbtltlous name of PEGGY JEAN ORIGINALS, at 83 Mil Street, Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoiida. ,. JKAN lit IHillKR HAZEL MERCUR LEW MERCUR WEPMAN WEPMAN Attorneys for Applicants 407 Biscayne Uldg.. Miami. Ha. 7/1-8-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OiYl.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Ol H \ik' CONSTRUCTION at 10271 E Hay Harbor DHve, Bay HfJJ 0 Islands. Miami Beach 4(1. Flu I' to register said name with the < I" k of the Circuit Court Of Dade vouno. n r dm MIKE HAKMYER RHKLDON N I.E1.C1HK. ,. Mlk. Haekim. I Hldg.. Miami. Florida 15_28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa under the fJctiUoua g*" 1 '. 0 MEXICAN .ENS RES1 HAN'T, at 981 S.W. tli PlVOtl Honda, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt of Dade County. 1 "*l*; u Iv vlr v MAI RICK CHAPONH K HALVAIKR Q. VAL.LEJO HENRY M CAIN Attorney for o* ners 2519 W. Flagler St. 7/I-U-22-I9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring to angagi in business Under the fictitious name of PURCHASING HALES AND SERVICE, at li.'7. S\V. nd Street. Dade County. Horlda. intends to register said name with the Ol. rk Ol the Circuit Court of Dade County. Horlda. LEW MERCUR, Sole owner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. H0629 PRIMROSE CAPITOL UURP... ,.,, Plaintiff DANIEL ^\• AVERY and VIRGINIA R AVERT, his wife. a/k/a VIRGINIA M AVERT. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: VIRGINIA B. AVERY a/k/a VIRGINIA M. AVERY c/o Neva Jacobs Route M'i. Brooklyn. Michigan YOU ARE HEHKl'V NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Foreclosure of Mortgage has been filed against you. and you an required to ive a copy of your Answer or Pleading t" the Rill "f Complaint tor orecloaure of Morbrage on the plai' Attorney, GEoRSfe JTALIANOI-I-. 4211 Uncoln Road, Miami Reach, Horlda, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of July. IM. 1/ YOUJ do so. judgment by default will be Ulcen against >u for the relief given that I have filed a final report anil petition for Final Discharge is An.ill.iry A ministiator of the -tate of ABRVHAM RFHIN. deieased: and that n the 1st dav of August. 1950. will apt to the Honorable PRANK B. 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FRIDAY JULY 15 r\ r>" a Why don't you tell them the good news, Baron?" "Great. Leonard. I've been looking forward to the pleasure of our announcing that Miami Beach Federal is ready to start its new 14-story building right here on Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue. And. aside from being the tallest office building in Miami Beach, it will be the most modern financial institution in this pan of the country. Folks will feel it and know it when they see the plans." "Baron's right, George. This breathtaking modern structure will be an inspiring symbol of the thrift and confidence of the people of our community." "What do you think, Sam?" "I'm excited about it! These plans for the building represent even more than steel, aluminum and cement. They represent people and their investments in insured sa\ings with Miami Beach Federal." • "And also. Baron, most important right now is the news of the comenient new temporary main office which has just been completed at 1611 Washington Avenue." "Are we set to move there on Mondav, July 18th. Baron?" "Yes, Leonard, we're all set. On Monday, July 18th, our main office will be completely mo\ed from Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue to 1611 Washington Atenue. just a half a block south.The same friendly personnel will be there." "What about our branch offices?" "That's a good point. George. Our North Shore branch at 71 st and Harding Ave. and the South Shore branch at 665 Washington Ave. w ill continue to serve those folks who enjov the comeniencc of their facilities and location." "Right. One point I know you'll all join me in is thanking everyone for the tremendous conftdence they have placed in M iami Beach Federal over the years. They ha>e made all this possible —and they're really the big news today."* Conversation at a recent Miami Beach Federal Board of Directors meeting. Left to right: Sam R. Becker, Executive Vice President and Secretary; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, President; W.George Kennedy, Vice President; Leonard L. Abess, Vice President and Treasurer. Miami Beach's oldest and largest savings institution, currently paying b% p*r annum dividends on insured savings. MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL • AVINOO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 71 st and Harding Avenue Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue • • moving soon to 1611 Washington Ave. 665 Washington Avenue V FREE PARKING AT ALL OFFICES


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Miami, Fla
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July 15, 1955

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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llie\wiigltUEJliDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY

,UME 29Number 28
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 15, 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
)WN FOR HIS OPPOSITION7
ab Spokesmen Say Trygve lie
Is Biased 'Defender of the Jews'
[PARIS (JTA)A sharp attack on Trygve Lie, formerly Secretary
tral of the United Nations has been made by the Arab League on
frvc "f Mr. Lie's presiding over an international labor conference
which opens July 26.
[In a memorandum to governments which will participate, the
League Secretariat charged that Mr. Lie "is known for his op-
tion and open enmity to the Arabs." The memorandum further
that Mr. Lie had made himself "a defender of the Jews, and
loften criticized the Arabs, in addition to his anti-Arab attitudes at
FUnited Nations" (Mr. Lie made a speaking appearance in Miami
U list year, when he called for Arab cooperation with the UN in
|mc the Near East issue.)
to preside
G1NLEY RAPS SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE
nti-Semitic Literature Appears at Polish Rally
PJZABETH ,NJ. (JTA) A wide variety of anti-
kitic h'erature was distributed at a meeting at-
led by about 125 persons at the Polish National
(ne here. The meeting also heard addresses by
nationally-known anti-Semites, Kenneth Goff
Conde McGinley, according to a report in the
lark Jewish News.
Ir Goff, who was principal speaker at the meet-
weighted his remarks heavily in the direction
inti Scmitism. but primarily by means of implica
and innuendo, cather than by direct charges. In
kfi.il his talk tended to "demonstrate" Jewish
rol of the United States. He also said that the
ked Communist conspiracy to rule the world
lid be traced back to the Babylonian Talmud.
Observers attributed the sudden
Mr. McGinley's talk touched on his lack of funds
and on the libel case brought against him by Rabbi
Joachin Prinz. of Newark, which ended in a $30.-1 chango of tune to the wish for a
000 verdict against Mr. McGinley. Mr. McGinley de- j desirable public response, after it
Little Progress Noted in
Gaza Talks Under Way;
Egypt Makes Weak Stand
JERUSALEM (JTA)The long-awaited talks on the pacification of
the Israel-Egyptian border at the Gaza .trip got under way this week
after months of preparation and Egyptian obstinacy, but at the close of
the first three days of negotiations there was little to show for their
efficacy. An Israel Foreign Ministry' spokesman charged that the talks
thus far had proved just one thingthe Eyptians have no intension of
doing anything toward cooperation with Israel in any proposal for
the reduction or prevention of border tension.
The talks got off to a very shaky -tart, with doubt about whether
the Egyptian representative would even show up at the corrugated tin
hut at Kilometer 95, where the* ^
discussions were to be held. rh(' /\u/ii MFftlf*IJUF
talks had been suspended earlier! V*** IWCI/H.IWC
when the Egyptians refused to ac-
cept any one of seven proposals of'
Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns. United
Nations truce chief, for an agenda '
Then, suddenly, when talks were'
resumed, Egypt accepted the first
agenda proposal put forward by
the Canadian truce supervisor.
Egypt Attacks
British Vessel;
Reply Drafted
nounced Superior Court Judge Howard Ev.art on the
grounds that the jurist gave him no opportunity to
prove his charges of Jewish conspiracy. Subscrip-
tions to Mr. McGinloy's publication. "Common
Sense," were sold, ami funds to aid him were raised.
The published mat.-rial distributed at the meeting.
aceOTdrng to the newspaper account, was more out-
spokenly anti-Semitic than were the speeches. One of
the circulars, printed by "Common Sense," said that
President Eisenhower is "completely subservient to
Jewish plotters."
SEL10 OF DAMASCUS
became apparent that Egyptian in-
transigeance was not looked upon
with favor at United Nations head-
quarters. It was said, too, that
Cairo had heard about this from
the major powers, including the
United States, It also appeared to
represent at least a temporary de-
feat for an Egyptian behind-the-
scenes whispering campaign for
the removal of Gen. Burns on the
grounds that he was allegedly "pro
Israel."
\azi Executioner Demands Safe Conduct Home
WNN <\VNS>Franz Rademacher. head of the
ii-li Section of the German Foreign Office from
10 to 1943, author of the notorious "Madagascar
In" for European Jewry and organizer of the mass
kution of Serbia's Jews, has offered to return to
-many from his Syrian retreat providing he is
inted safe conduct" and immunity from imprison-
Bl pending his trial on murder charges, it was re-
rted here by a spokesman for the Foreign Office.
ow living under the name of Rosello in Damas-
. where he is currently conducting an export-im-
[rt business, with official support of Arab quar-
Hademacher whose criminal activities against
extended through Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia.
fame and Holland, was handed over in 1948 to the
Irman courts at Nuremberg by United States war
lime, authorities. After a delay of four years, the
trial opened with a demand by the prosecutor that
he be given a life term for complicity in the slaying
of 4,900 Serbian Jewr and for "incitement to mur-
der" in thousands of other cases.
Instead, the court gave him a brief term on the
ground that his actions involved "no base motives"
and ordered him released "on his honor" pending
appeal. The court's action was widely censured at
the time by Jewish circles and there were strong
protests when it was discovered that this major war
criminal had skipped the country for the Middle
East shortly after having walked out of the court-
house on his own recognizance.
Later, about two years ago. the Nuremberg ruling
was reversed by the German Supreme Court on the
ground that Rademacher should originally have been
tried for murder and not for manslaughter.
iBBINICAL COUNCIL SOUNDS OUT EMBASSY
tabbis Apply for Permission to Visit Soviet Jews
LONDON (JTA)-The British
Government got a taste of Egypt's
"war" against Israel, but officially,
at least, continued to adhere to its
insistence that arms for Egypt are
intended for "self-defense" alone.
I The incident arose when a British
steamer, the Anshun. was fired on
by Egyptian artillery in the Gulf
of Akaba when it failed to pay
observance to the Egyptian "block-
ade" of Israel waters.
While stressing that the British
Government does not recognize the
legality of the blockade of the Suez
But Gen. Bums race ^strong \ Ml >of other waters ,eading
support in U.S. State Department
circles. Earlier, he had received
the unconditional blessing of UN
Secretary General Dag Hammarsk-
jold. Hammarskjold had indicated
his decision to retain the Canadian
in his present post beyond the
to Israel ports, the Government
spokesman in the House of Com-
mon.s. Minister of State Anthony
Nutting, insisted that the incident
did not justify the suspension of
arms shipments to Egypt.
In reply to the questioning of
deadline for the expiration of his i Emanuel Shinwell. a Cabinet mem-
appointment, which was June 30. Continued on Pay SA
ENVOY GETS LAST-MINUTE WORD
1 AI.I.SBURG. NY. (JTAiThe
Rabbinical Council of America.
Orthodox group which is hold-
ing it- annual convention here.
late Wednesday announced that
:adc a formal application
i tie Soviet Embassy in Wash-
to allow a delegation of
to visit the Jews of the
I i nioa.
' he announcement was made
h> Rabbi David Hollander, presi-
oi the Council. He told the
convention that the Soviet Km-
ked for full details
' n the "nature and purpose of the
\isit we are hopefully await-
ing an affirmative respottM from
the Soviet Government," he stat-
ed
Noting that the "forthcoming
meeting at the summit of the
heads of the Four Powers holds
out the distinct possibility for the
lessening of international ten-
sions," Rabbi Hollander stres-ed
that "our request, if granted, will
foster the growing spirit of un-
derstanding between the East and
the West which appears to be
emerging on our work! horizons."
lie added "We see* only to visit
our co-religion ;-t- in order to re-
establish our spiritual ties which
will enhance and strengthen the
bond between our peopi-
Rabbi Hollander declared that
"the granting of our request will
hive far-reaching effects not only
for Jews but for a waiting world
eager to see increasing signs of
trust and friendship among the
peoples of the world. We firmly
believe that such acts of sympa-
thetic understanding gradually
build the firm foundation on
which can be securely rested the
structure of peace and amity
among nations."
COL NASSER tells British
war with Israel demanded
challenge. (See story above.)
Johnston Leaves July 28 to Test
Possibility of Jordan Water Plan
WASHINGTON (JTA)Eric Johnston. President Eisenhowers
special envoy to the Middle East, received Wednesday last minute in-
structions on the Israel-Arab water development plan from Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles.
Mr. Johnston is scheduled to leave for the Middle East on July
28 He will vi-it all the Arab states and Israel. He refused to elaborate
on the details of his trip. This is his fifth vl it to the Middle Fist in the
capacity of special negotiator between the Israelis and the Arabs on
the American plan to develop the waters of the Jordan River for the
benefit of the countries involved.
An official of the International Cooperation Administration re-
peated the position of the Eisenhower Administration that the Johnston
Plan for Jordan River water utilization is a key to settlement of the
Arab-Israel dispute, it VM revealed here when hi- testimony on the
Mutual Security appropriation lull ms 1 (leased.
Cedric H CsaflOT. regional direct, i tor Near East and African
Operation-, testified that during the past year, the United States has
maintained a sustained drive 'to obtain an understanding for the divi-
sion of the waters of the Jordan by the countries concerned on an
| basis for their storage, their control along economic line-, and
for arran to insure their equitable distribution."
Mr Seat, r asserted that the conclusion of an agreement on the
Jordan waters will offer considerable prospect for the rehabilitation
of refugee populations, and it would open up new areas for settlement
in Jordan In In- testimony before the House Appropriations Commit-
tee Mr. Seager observed that the animosity between the Arab states
and Israel ha- not yet abated. He explained that U. S. policy has been
"to keep secret" the aid allocated to individual countries, "thus pro-
viding the United States Government the maximum amount of flexi-
bility in the actual implementation of the program."
The ICA official testified that the economic situation in Israel "is
much improved." He observed that German reparations are providing
funds for part of Israel's economic development program, but that
"United States aid is still required" to maintain this development ef-
fort. .-- wH


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riel August's
[rothal Revealed
a lawn reception on Sunday,
3. the engagement of Miss
\, l August to Sheppard Ma-
vnu announced.
|*s August is the daughter of
Uilma August and the late
kid J. August. 1S85 SW 18th
jer grandpartnti arc the late
\\w\\ Augusts, pioneer Miami-
M..s;irok's parents are the
M.i-ireks, of 345 NW 117th
e bride-elect is a graduate of
hi Senior High School, where
1.1- i member of the National
|or Society and Thespians. She
ku attending the University of
mi. where she is a member of
a Phi Epsilon sorority and
Ip.i Delta Phi, education honor-
jiss August will receive her de-
in education in February,
fr. Masarek, an ensign in the
ed States Navy, received the
degree from the UM. lie was a
liber of the pre-dental associa-
and upon graduation received
Ignition from the American
mical Society.
is now a student at Emory
lenity dental school, where he
member of Omega dental fra-
lity.
he couple met while both at-
jjed the University of Miami,
plan to be married next June.
lior Day Camp
|ins Second Session
rmor day camp for 13 to 15-
-old boys and girls, which is
isored by the Town Branch of
Greater Miami Jewish Corn-
Center, started its second
)ii with a picnic trip and swim
"randon Park.
us ii one of the teen-age pro-
is being sponsored this sum-
at the Center and is open to
teen-agers.
rogram of trips, swimming.
ling, dancing has been planned,
isportation will be provided
children at the Flagler-Gra-
Jewish Community Center, 50
51 pi. and at the Town Branch,
SW 16 ave.
Miss Muriel A9if
Miss Golden Fianeee
Of Donald Matlin
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Matlin, 3116
SW 5th st., announce the engage-
ment of their son, Donald, to Miss
Lila Kae Golden, of Dallas, Tex.
Currently stationed at Fort Sill,
Okla. Donald came here for a
visit, accompanied by his fiancee
and her mothe.
Miss Golden, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Golden, was born in
Texas 19 years ago. She is a grad-
uate of Forest High School, was
president of the Junior Red Cross
and has attended the Sherrith Is-
rael Synagogue, where she now
teaches Sunday school.
Mr. Matlin is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Miami for
two years. His fraternity is Alpha
Epsilon Pi, where he held the of-
fice of exchequer .
The wedding will take place in
Dallas Dec. 24. After a honey-
moon, the couple will reside in Mi-
ami, and Donald will resume his
'studies at the University.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spcctor and
Mr. and Mrs. z. Smilow are sum-
mer visitors at Duncraggan Inn,
Hendersonville, N.C.
fr fr
Relaxing at the Hotel Riviera in
Lai VtgU wn Mr. and Mrs Harry
Zukernick.
fr fr fr
Sterling hotel owners Mr. and
Mrs. David Rosner recently visited
the Al Gottesman Dunes hotel in
Las Vegas.
fr fr fr
Mrs. Tillie Schwartz, of the
Prince Michael hotel, is recuperat-
ing after an emergency trip to
Mount Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Sch-
wartz, active in local communal
affairs, is founder of the Free
Nurses Institute of Greater New
York.
fr fr fr
Mr and Mrs. A. Pepper, of 507
SW 19th ave., are spending the
summer at the Prince Michael ho-
tel in Miami Beach.
fr fr fr
Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson, of
1250 NW 55th st., Miami, are visit-
ing their son, TV and radio star
Owen Jordan, in Yorktown
Heights, N.Y., for the summer.
While there, they will celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary
The Jacobsons will be feted on
their return at a reception here
given by their son and daughter-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Ja-
cobson, of Coconut Grove.
fr fr fr
Mrs. Moses Krieger and her
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Fink, of 1114 Alton rd* Miami
Beach, left last week for Los An-
geles, where they will visit Mrs.
Krieger's children, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Matz, until the end of Au-
gust. They will then leave for New
York to embark on the SS Con-
stitution Sept. 1 for an extensive
tour of Europe and Israel. Mother
and daughter plan to return on the
Liberte Oct. 19.
fr fr fr
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beck left
for Hendersonville and will be
gone from the city for several
weeks.
Lena Ben Born
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ben, of
3180 SW 19th ter., announce the
birth of their daughter, Lena, at
St. Francis Hospital Monday, July
11. Mrs. Ben is the daughter of
Abraham Selevan.
Nancy Ellen Born
Announcing the birth of their
daughter, Nancy Ellen, July 2 are
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene, Cald-
well, N.J. Mrs. Greene is the for-
mer Carol Tannen. daughter of
Mrs Anne Tannen, Miami Beach.
Heeht Birth
Dr. and Mrs. Hymar. Hecht, ol
3763 SW 27th St., Miami, announce
the birth of their son, Gary David,
July 6 at Mercy Hospital. Grand-
parents are Rev. and Mrs. Samuel
Heckt, 128 Washington ave.
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Reviewer will be Mrs Q. P I
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Children Complete Camp Session;
;cond Half Plans Active Program
Ivor 400 children are now cora-
ting the first of the day camp
ksram under the sponsorship of
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
Center. Highlighting this first
of day camp during the past
ek were a three ring circus at
Town Branch, a trip through
ryland at the Beach Branch, a
k-cabcan and outing at the Flag-
[Granada Center and a camp
Bw at the North Dade Jewish
ntcr camp, it was announced by
)n Epstein, GMJCC county day
ip chairman.
her 250 children attended the
is carried on by the Town
anch Camp, which included side
bw booths, refreshment stands,
mi.il and circus acts and a gala
btume parade. Various groups at
Klagler-Granada and Beach
tips were also invited to attend.
[Other highlights of the day camp
pivities during the closing week
ere a Maccabean and outing at
fabler -Granada held at Greynolds
rk on Friday for the senior half
I camp and at the Flagler Granada
tnter for the junior half of camp.
be Torahites, intermediate girls'
foup at Flagler-Granada, are plan-
ning a dramatic and musical pre-
sentation based on the Bible at the
camp Sabbath party on July 15th.
At the Town Branch, a special
cook-out at Crandon Park in the
form of a pageant to be held on
July 15 on the theme "Children
From Other Lands" will take place.
This pageant will depict the activ-
ities and programs of children of
similar age in other countries
throughout the world.
At the Beach Branch. "A Trip
Through Storyland" will be the
theme of the week and will in-
volve the various groups in drama
and musical presentations on this
subject. At North Dade, a camp
show on Thursday highlighted the
various activities carried on by
the groups at this camp.
Epstein announced that the sec-
ond four-week period of day camp
will begin Monday, July 18, and
end Friday, Aug. 12. There are a
few vacancies in selected groups
at some of these camps, he said.
ilnkks Mark
ledding Anniversary
Their golden wedding anniver-
>ry has been celcbated by Mr. and
[rs Harry Galnick, of 7509 Buc-
neer ave Miami Beach.
Two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Gold-
US and Mrs. Louis Horowitz, and a
Bn. Allan, came from Chicago for
>c family reunion.
Another daughter, Mrs. Natalie
mis, lives in Miami Beach.
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Myke Stiebel, Hillel AZA sweet-
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won first place with an original
story in the B'nai Brith Youth
Organization's District 5 story tell-
ing contest held during the recent
convention at Camp Blue Star, Hen-
dersonville, N.C.
At convention, Myke was co-
chairman of the ADL workshop,
a cabin president and in charge of
banquet decorations. She was also
appointed District athletic chair-
man for the coming year.
Myke will be one of the nine
delegates from District 5 to the
national B'nai Brith convention at
Camp B'nai Brith, Starlight, Pa.,
in August.
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editoi
Friday, July 15, 1955
Tammuz 25, 5715
Number 28
What Road for the Zionists Now?
The lid has finally flown from the seething
cauldron of unrest that has been the Zionist
Organization of America since the emergence
of Israel. The eruption in the Zionists' ranks
seems to have been inevitable.
Louis Lipsky, veteran world Zionist leader,
revealed his reasons for failing to attend the
58th annual ZOA convention in Washington.
Among other things, Lipsky charged that, for a
long time, the organization had been losing its
sense of direction"that it was pursuing a pur-
poseless existence." Lipsky also declared that
the principal motive behind his defection lay
:n the ZOA's adoption of a resolution identify-
ing the group with the Israel General Zionist
Party.
This, he observed to be "an act of escape."
charging the ZOA with shunning more immedi-
ate problems here at home while losing itself
in the political struggle of Israel and taking
cover under the wing of internal Jewish State
affairs.
ZOA president Mortimer May defended the
American Zionist group. In a long statement
issued to newspapers throughout the nation.
Mr. May charged that Mr. Lipsky's failure to
attend the 58th annual convention was tanta-
mount to old-guard isolationism. Lipsky, in
New York, he declared, "decided to let fly with
a diatribe against the organization" while dele-
gates from every part of this nation were gath-
ered hard at work in Washington to grapple
with current Zionist problems.
May further charged that Lipsky's position
was "undemocratic"that Lipsky had failed
to avail himself of the opportunity of coming
before the ZOA to air his grievances there and
had, to the detriment of the ZOA, aired them
publicly instead. This, the ZOA president said,
could only be construed as meaning that Mr.
Lipsky was in the process of attempting to
"capture" leadership of the organization before
the impending World Zionist Congress.
The eruption caused by Lipsky's defection
comes several years after charges made by
David Ben Gurion, then Prime Minister of Israel,
that the Zionist Organization of America had
achieved "spiritual bankruptcy." Whatever
lie's personal attitude toward the statements
made by Mr. May and Mr. Lipsky, it can hardly
be denied that the ZOA has been casting about
ever since the establishment of the State of
Israel to remold the definition of its purposes.
With Israel a reality, was the function of the
Zionist dream now to shift toward all activity
aimed at strengthening the young republic's
existence? And was that activity to become
exclusively financial? Would the ZOA's new
program concentrate on the spiritual revitaliza-
tion of American Jewry and American Jewry's
relationship to a Jewish State in the Middle
East?
Or, perhaps, was the true role of a post-Israel
Zionist Organization in the U.S. to take on po-
litical overtonesto assume political leader-
U Nu is Visitor in the United States
If Burma Premier U Nu's visit to Israel was a
shot in the nervous arm of the Jewish State, the
Premier's tour of the U.S. did even more for
the Israelis in terms of positive action.
Premier Nu represents one of the most im-
portant countries in the Far East. As an
Easterner who has long demonstrated his in-
dependence from Western influence and who
K m yi!?1?oied With Asian des,inY- Mr. Nu
boldly told U.S. officials and newsmen of the
brave, courageous" Israeli people.
wfJeCr,ini n a coas,-'-coast television
Sfv *\BurTma P<* lankly express-
ed the belief that Israel is wonderful
th*?rLf Sf fol!owed c'osely on the heels of
^e Premier s refusal to stop off in Egypt afte
Cairo warned him not to visit the Jewish State
on h,s way to the United States. ByTno ?
he.warning. Mr. Nu apparently shoVsToTr?-
teres, in involving Burma with the kind of
old-hat, cynical diplomacy that is the hnU
S3?an "emerging" H&r* **
ship in Israel and to act as a lobby pressure
group in Washington?
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pacities is indication enough
specific direction since the establishment of the
Jewish State. That it has met with opposition
from numerous quarters in each of these often
divergent efforts is proof enough of the failure
of American Jewry to understand what its
duties must be so far as the Zionist future is con-
cerned.
Recognizing the nature of this dilemma, for-
mer ZOA president Rabbi Irving Miller more
than two years ago announced "spiritual identi-
fication" as the organization's essential pro-
gramspiritual identification among Jews here
on the one hand and between U.S. Jewry as a
group and Israel on the other.
MR. MAY snd Mr Lipsky aren't on speaking terms ;,nv
Like two little boys, they just won't play and have decided to call,
another riastv names into the bargain. Mr. May insists it's all the fsj
of Mr Lipsky. who failed to attend the 58th annual Zionist o,
tion of America convention in Washington last month Mr.
heaps the blame on the ZOA. summing up his view of the diffj^
with a kind of psycho-poetic phrase. The Zionists' "act of escape"
saw. is the ultimate cause of his defection.
I suppose. Mr Lipsky would disagree with my original observ,ti()J
He would remark that he has not followed Mr. May's leadthat he haal
deprecated no one. He would emphasize, even as I have indicated, thai
the fault lies with the Zionist Organization of America and not w^j
any -pecific personality. Now. this is an interesting assumption, (a>|
the fact remains that the May faction has been engaging m an .]
deniable campaign of vilification and that Mr. Lipsky's sUpp
merelv continue to list their grievances. A nationally pron _
Zionist leader in this city patronizingly referred to Mr. Upsk) as"tjf
.old guard" immediately after the schism in the ZOA's rank- becaa,|
That the Zionist Organization of America has, common knowledge. He blithely offered up this explanation of taj
at least attempted to act in each of these ca- ,_ipkv boycott: power politics to gain control of delegates before td
___;,;= ic i Hirntion enouah of its lack of n,.v, a/orid Zionist Congress
I am impatient with the struggle of personalities, with the cod
flict for leadership Beth are characteristic of most organ nations-]
whether they be as large as the ZOA or as small and insignificant*
the men's club and women's auxiliary' of a local synagoeue The,
reveal ignorance of ends and principal concern over individual em]
Where the battle for personal ego-amplification is a major matter,|
there you have children in the pubescent process of prosing tbetl
power It is unfortunately true that such a struggle in the rash]
of the Zionist Organization of America would obscure the more funda-]
mental issues involved, for supremacy of leadership is not the ZOA'il
main problemat least, not so far as its millions of members are cosj
cerned.
I have the safe and generally recognized notion that the conflict]
Had on ideologyjust what is the purpose of a Zionist rnovemeatj
Don that the State of Israel has been established. Mr. Lipsky chargetj
revolve about this point. He says that the ZOA has demonstrated i
This was not meant to be a panacea for all. iack Qf ^^ ^ ^
the ills of the ZOA. but it at least admitted to the ajmed at augmcntjng ,he fulfillment of the Zionist dream and that it
existence of the kind of seething unrest that h^ |n>tead misapplied its energies within the framework of internal
split the ZOA leadership and offered a program Isradl p^j,,^ To the.se charges. Mr. May can apparently must* do
for realistic achievement within the framework | answerat least none that he publishedother than remarking that
of a new idealism.
We have for a long time now felt an emer-
gent need for the ZOA to concentrate on the
adoption of such a program on a broad scale
a program of cultural and spiritual value aimed
at recapturing the waning enthusiasm of
American Jewry in past achievement, a pro-
gram designed to stimulate American Jewish
interest in the FACT ol Israel. For it was the
rank and file of American Jewry that made the
ZOA a significant organizationan organiza-
tion that challenged world opinion and helped
bring to fruition the Zionist dream. And it is the
rank and file of American Jewry that can
revitalize the ZOA once again.
Without their participation and the sad
truth is that their numbers have diminished
astonishingly the inbred political struggle
that last week tore asunder the Zionist Organ-
ization of America was inevitable.
Charges and counter-charges voiced by Mr.
Lipsky or Mr. May will do nothing to advance
the cause of the ZOAto knit the schism, to
recapture a dedicated Jewry. They can onjy
corva tViA in'ar&are *\* ifftfAAVn A*sysn.!n~. Im \IU.L
serve the interests oi Israel's enemies in Wash-
ington. This mighty American Jewry this
Jewry without whose energy and vision there
would never have been an Israel must not
be made to stumble now in the philosophical
wrangle of their Zionist leaders. They must
return to the fold and will return to the fold
when Zionism speaks as in days gone by with
a clear and unfaltering voice.
Mr. Lipsky formulated them without official ZOA sanction.
I SHOULD like to assume, for the moment, that Greater Miami is I
a typical Jewish community concerned with interests similar to those
of Jewish communities elsewhere. If this be sothere are some. 11
suppose, who would hardly agreethen Miami may be used to demoa-l
strate the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of Zionist activity dunafj
the past few years.
Let us begin at the end. The State of Israel recently' celebrate*I
its seventh anniversary of independence. There was not one major!
Zionist rally here to mark that anniversary*- Individual local Zionist]
Districts took the occasion to foray into membership drives, but nonel
showed the least particle of verve. Since 1954. only two major Zionist
affairs have been held in Miami. The first of these observed the cc*
tnbutions of Mr. Alex Van St ratten to the ZOA; with all due roped
to Mr. Van St ratten and to his unquestioned Zionist achievement*, one
would be hard pressed not to concede that this affair failed to kindle a
long-gone Zionist spirit and that it thus failed to do proper tribute to j
an old campaigner.
The second was a dinner several months ago honoring Rabbi Irving I
Lehrman While the ends of this function were to be heartily applaud-1
ed, the means employed flew sharply in the face of one-time Ziomt I
intelligence. What occurred in the interim between these two func-
tions? What has happened since, and what took place before" One I
vaguely recalls the early Fifties here, when local Zionist Districts]
seemed more active. But, already at that time, their principal source!
of creative energy came from Miami's American Christian Palestine
Committee. A case in point was the huge Flamingo Park rally ieatsr-,
ing Dr H. Franklin Williams. Judge George E. Holf. Mrs. L. J McCatl
frey and noted author Pierre van Passen. Tall, portly Mr. van Passes
towered above me in the wings of the bandshell, leaned his elbows
heavily on my shoulders and sharply demanded: "What's the matter)
with the Jews these days? Don't they have their own spirit any morel]
Do they need the ACPC to insure a successful Zionist function1
I. incidentally, subsequently asked this question many times and i
was heavily brought to task by local Jewish affiliates ef the' Committee,
who principally feared that I was offending Christian supporters of
Israel and who admonished me to emulate numerous examples here of
Christian dedication to the cause of Zion. The fact remains, however,
that the once ardent Miami ACPC seems to be going the way of Star]
Zionist Districts, for its voice iv almost no longer heard in the land.
THERE ARE vague memories of other functions, chief ..monjl
them the memorial to Dr. Chaim Weirmann-but one would hardly
expect such an awesome event as the death of one of the great Zimi-H
I of all nine-and the first President of Israel not to be memorialized
h*. I here were the numerous gatheringsall woefully attended-before
^ wnicli l w.,s invited to speak along with major national ZionM fibres.
itere. again, spirit was absent. One needed to resort to redevelops
UM Moody pages of the history ol European Jewry and to en.phasi*
' k.n.i of chauvinism that is alien to the ideals of Israel.
Ana ,n the (ace of such diseased psychic abreaction. the rc-ponse
was then and continues to remain pathetic. If. indeed. Miami Jew*
7innir;',",'; / on.s activity does typify the kind of Zionist programs carried oa
"""here throughout the nation, then Mr. May truly had no -tber
means an...r,n, \,r ,.,psk> t.harge,.
intnrn "7 "'A'"' ,,,fficu"> <*> not lie with American Jewry Wj
; .' '" '> be, n shaped since partition by the Jewish State*]
tatta ** by r=Sl^i3 "hereTnd ?Jg?Lim
ntinuing develop,,,,.,,,
beyon
I here
hip
FOR DiHOGUa AHD PlRMANiNT PfA
uh oh l-' a f a P0"1' '" ,h ?nZJlPdcrM,,"n* **' being effective. That point is -cc*
cial recalla kind of traditional
. a vigorous, purposeful Z|nn'^.
over to make of the impalpaW
------""'ii I H>(- |
mgly impalpable, revolving about i
^h -llccted unconscier.ee. Here
"omeSn tafn^7r,C,a F "ke 0v" ,0 '
a^bandon^z:J?.11.,on ,h* or''*l Zionist dream. Jewry has sj
oUeTn/llTSoi'1' Wa,tS or the ""gene* of a leader^
does not^VriTr^ Ht SnT* "^ ** ** ^


f, IULY 15. 1955
+Jeistincrkfton
PAGE 5 A
etters to the Editor
he Jewish Floridian: Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky bad in
Rabbi Joseph E. his possession a lull set of keys to
Jponse to
statement that be-
our failure to comply with
rules and regulations of
later Miami Vaad Hakash-
lound it necessary to with-
leir endorsement, we here-
Ihat Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
n>.stated the facts and that
^gen Dovid Kosher Meat
withdrew voluntarily from
Miami Vaad as stated
ater
9(1.
so state
Deriod of
that during our
supervision that
our establishment, and the author-
ity to use same should any ques-
tion arise that needed closer ex-
amination. He never found it ne-
cessary to use them.
We repeat that we hold $1,675
in cancelled checks made payable
to the Greater Miami Vaad, en-
dorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrus and handed personally
to Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
We want to know:
A. How the money was used. | said, "exposes Egypt's illegal
: J Europe,
lei Tour
-ogress
acob II Cunningham, direc-
Florida NCCJ Region.
red Wednesday that 30
in religious leaders and
participating in the an-
Itorcultural travel seminar
>i"' and the Holy Land or-
by the National Confer-
Chnstians and Jews, de-
recently from Idlewild Air
ir West Berlin via Scandi-
Air System.
fe taking off, the group held
it.it 11m session at the Wal-
loria. Later at a luncheon
they heard messages from
lador Henry Cabot Lodge,
Is. representative to the
Nations; Samuel McCrea
general secretary, National
of the Churches of Christ;
?hbishop Michael, head of
i'tk Orthodox Church in
a. <- were also heard from
fhairmen of the NCCJ Com-
on Religious Organiza-
H)r. John Sutherland Bon-
kstor of the Fifth Avenue
trian Church; Fater John
rien, of the University of
)ame; and Rabbi Maurice
idrath. president, Union of
in Hebrew Congregations.
Ja NCCJ delegates to the
|Brotherhood Assembly in-
Ir. and Mrs. James M Le
|r< G. Lewis Hall and Mr.
S. D Weissbuch.
rer Cooler' luncheon
;ind means vice president
krt Sher announces a "beat
It -ummer cooler" luncheon
[d party to be held by Beth
Si-tcrhood at the synagogue
fdnesday noon, July 20.
|an of the luncheon is Mrs.
Herold, and committee in-
Mrs. Kugene Heiman and
ivid Braun.
Arabs Attack British Vessel Near Suez
Continued from Pago 1 A
ber in the last Labor Government.
Nutting said that arms were sup-
plied equally to both sides under
terms of the Tripartite Declara
Hon. But he drew laughter from
the House when he said that arms
shipments to the Arabs were "for
their defense" and that they do
"not in our view assist or encour-
age thorn to carry out illegal activ-
ities."
Earlier, an Israel Foreign Min-
istry spokesman said that the in-
cident would be called to the atten-
tion of all maritime powers. "The
bombardment of the Anshun." he
in-
tian dictator added that Egypt's
policy has always been to make no
move but to watch an "Israel move
to launch an attack across the
liorders. This episode may now be
almost resolved," he added, 'but
the long-term problem of Israel re-
mains."
B. By whom.
C. For whom.
We have just begun to fight to
help bring to our community an
honest, just and fair supervision
which will conform to all the codes
of Jewish Law.
Our attorney has been advised to
contact Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
regarding his "misstatement."
We will not stop until "one
Vaad Hakashrus" is achieved.
HARRY ALTMAN
Mogen Dovid Market
(Editor's note: The ad referred
to here by Mr. Altman was publish-
ed in The Jewish Floridian of July
1. Rabbi Rackovsky's reply appear-
ed in the issue of July 8.)
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I have been meaning to drop
you a line previously telling you
how much I have enjoyed The Jew-
ish Flordian and to give special
praise to Mr. Leo Mindlin, whose
"During the Week ... As I See It,"
has been full of clear thinking and
a wonderful appraisal of life's
situations both on a domestic and
international front.
.'. do wish you continued success
in your enterprise.
DR. I. LEO F1SHBEIN
sistence on the exercise of bellig-
erent rights contrary to interna-
tional law. ." But the Acting
Foreign Minister of Egypt, reply-
ing to a British note of protest,
merely reiterated his country's con-
tention that such acts were justi-
fied because "Egypt is still at war
with Israel."
In London, the Times let it be
known that, insofar as that paper
was concerned, Egypt could not go
on forever having it both ways.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry
has meanwhile prepared a reply
to the British note of protest
against the Egyptian shelling of
the British freighter Anshun at the
mouth of the Gulf of Akaba last
week, it was reported in the press
here.
Egptian Premier Col. Abdel Ga-
mal Nasser, in an interview pub-
lished in today's Daily Telegraph
says that the Gaza situation "seems
to have calmed down." The Egyp-
Summer Membership Affair
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its annual summer mem-
bership card party at the Algiers
hotel Thursday noon, July 21. In
charge of reservations is Mrs. Jack
Udell.
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intend to i-.-ici.-u-r nun I name wlilj the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad
Count>. Florida. _
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na Bunimowiti
Weds David Cohen
M_ ii-=-i
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ace vtt"
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nnDAY, july
Sondra Sillxrnian
Weds in Brooklyn
Oa Jay 4. Mm S
Stlbermaa. daughter of
Mrs Smel M SUberaanJ
Wet. ww mi kg
ScJuffir-an. mm of Mr [
rj aad the iaf- trm? Set
Seer York TV **dd^
in Brooklyn, aad the cei
perf-imaed by Eev. Df
Block
The bride was gnrec a
b> her mother and ;tt|
gown was of Maaaa as*.
ered with lioacoa lace j
pearls aa the bodice
caught p at chatter
eed pearls eadaag ir
Her silk talle veil fell
gown, aad she mi *:bowi
She carried a bouquet
orchid*, stephaaotis aad
ail*T
Mia* Arftrne Shapiro of
was maid of hoaor. a" red H|
embroidered organ
a'-endaau were Mu
of Giea Oaks. NY aad Mn|
thew Peteraaa. Jr. of Loa.|
both attired an part eat
Leila Stein Becomes Mr-. Alani Marcus
In l>wblc Ring Candlelight Ceremnooy
v.- -:
at Mn L-** -V 0****
- tpat laEksonvulie
ic a motor
. -
aaa in the AtJaa-
.Mi Max
-'.:-
I Mail rae taagbnr of Mr *=
r Bwuimowau. Brook- "
The iroom vatMl
Mar;
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bavur. eoustai A the ariwc Sfl
s. ta the
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la a 5 30 p a. caable roag eaadlc-.
light mtaaay Saudi? Juiv 10 at
Saaaay hotel v
im&d vwws wui A>aa Marcas
before offiriabag eiergjaua Rabbi
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Mrs
Harbor dr.
Hm
Marr-i*
an* -
the daarhter of
14t West fta?
aad the ^te Hr
a the aa
- -: ir.4 the
r^ceptia
AraoM Cohen was best
ushers ireiwded the bnde'i
er. Ira iee! SalherauE ad 1
Lewis. The eatire cotor ta
the weddaag was earned
jbhat aad paafc. A
ceded the eeresaonj
(aad daaciag foiiowed
after
The bnda. graaddaazhier i
aad Mrs. Merer Redl.ch. a* I
attended the Lasrersry of
aad Leaf island UaiTeraty.
havhaad is aa ahaanu af
Ira Puffthaar hwtxtute adj
soctated with Ilia tm
Corporation. Sen Ytrfc
After hanamoang a
niniw), they will make then I
in Fow Hills,
Lace L:>i.- Marcos
Gnrec ra nvamage by Jack M .-
awentra the bnde chose a gown
- -. -ported Lace
fashioned with pr.nces.> !ae bo-'

a two aad oae-haU]
-.. The hecu-ne wa-
shed with pleated tale appi
ace. and the entire gown ap-
alawaes aad neckline were hand i
;s with laaported nones.
The itsaaoa veil of seven gradu- j
ated tiers was attached hi a ban
an The only >ewe ir> the bride
aara were a a pa.r of pearl eamags. gift of the
praam She earned a cascade bou-
, quet of phaiaenofn. : rhe-
; aad white orcr
Matron of honor su Mn Gef
sock. Saralee ar
twin ststen of the bnde. were her'
bndesausds dressed ai;ke in bal Mrs Takce was on the
-a-Ler.gta gowns made of white tTom lhe tnnersity of Miami. ta>enMj of Loat fc^i,-. ivt
cbacrilly lace. Les..* Mar -:ece of the groom, waa f'.ower surer of Delta Phi Epsiloa sorority! to make her
Lfttrwy
Laterao agent Elbe' N
ertertatned at a literarj M
Saturday in her studio
1512 Pennsylvania |M
Guests were Eunice
of Miami Beach, former
siewrer for Paraanaat
whose speonhy ts the
mystery: artiat Abu Eckert!
nan. art critic Nellie Bower.l
Lee Mairman, owner if tk>|
Four Seasons Bookshop on'
and Heiea AI pert. bo
about Miami Beach, -Roots
." has already recemd il
bad from a tiimf
Is.
mn. w>m m. c*
M
and a member of Pan Hellenic
Bo*^ MaJrcas^aad'J CoOTC,1 rfu ^^ **1 ***>l*nhip Jacob Mindlill>
ed jtoi S.^. and bonorar> aad p' ^^ Phl Freort Mark Anniversary]
Badd> Ko boaoran She plans to teach at Vf? j^^
The bnde graduated cum laude the Naatakwj School in the fall 2351 SW 26th In. Mu- *
" Mr
Three Rings for
Miss Spiegel Weds
Myron Sherman
In New York Rites
Two Brides and One Happy Fiancee
Miss Ruoferberg
Marries Mcd Student Mam
The bnde-etect was an hoaor
stadeat at high school in MOlbun
She has been emp
-aa Kanferberg and Joel Brunv a V******** dancer
tik. who met on Miami Beach four
' it> and will make their Psychological Sonet>
degree at Southern College *oim at ^180 Chae ave on return- Miami will be held on F
j mg from their honeymoon I nmg. July 15. at 610 KM
Marcus wa< president of Pi day celebrated thetr 3k
- ver4it> of Miami, where he also timate party to mark the
j received his degree He served hi} were their twrn saas and
I the NaT] dnnng World War n and m-law. Mr Saal Mindhn
*ner of Marcus Bras. Inc. of and Mrs. Leo Mmdlir
M.ami __________________
-ate family dinner and then M__.
New Tan i the wedding The bride's parents are Srdney
daughter Lorraine Ins Kupferberg. S235 Crespt bl%d Mi Optometry. Memphii Tenn
V- ;.., Sherman, am. Beach, and Mn Jack
and Mr Sherman, of Brook.- N Y Mr E-
I Sher the son :'. Mr aad Mr- Charles
V were marned Bruralik. Chicago I
Dr. L. II Lev, read he cere-
Tbe cow] net on the Uni- ony. and the bnde was iv*
ampus when Mr marriage by her father
Sherman, who is a senior, was in *** T**l Keil was matron of
his sophomore year. (honor, and Robert Epstein c
ere mterropted in.01-?* ^rid*P!oom *** besX
1962 wben be entered the Army "* ""du wiU make their
in which he served until 1S64. H- c*a* *" r Bram-
saent most of that time with the- ****** Northwesterr
Army of Oecapation m Germaay. v*"Ity M*dieaI Sebnoi He
He returned to the I'M last year
ember of Phi Beta Kappa.
aad is in the school of basiness i v ...
administration His fraternity a I-'UpUlS. LllRniUHl
Tau Epsaion Phi.
Hi- bnde graduated from 1
Announce Troth
Senwlfign'sda^aisd^eaded mi^wJ^^L^"1' H Duptt"
the UM \m W ,wAft^'ir^l",,c'^i' "-"> r.-?Sf
Gables a Use
COriJ iMr^d Ur' A,bm Liberman.
222 SW Uth at


kY. JULY 15. 1955
^Jewish fhrkMar
PAGE 7 A
Florida Federal Savings and Loan
Association to Open Here Nov. 1.
c*
i
Paul N. Marks
Zionist Representative
imi Visitor
icrenson, representative of
D>r Zionist AsNcmbly Head
. arrived in Miami this
promote the sale of the
pnisl Shkolim. and will stay
Prakc hotel.
in is a graduate in eeo-
octotag) He was ac-
\ he Zionist students in
until 1934. He was also
Dtativc "f Hias in the Latin
in countries during World
-on will remain in Miami
intil July 25
imeth Sisterhood
tental Health Film
h Sisterhood Wednes-
anl Miss Lois Parks.
the Mental Health So-
bnment on "The Terrible
|ii'l the Trusting Three's,"
kboul children.
fcittce included the Mes-
ptlul Bernstein. Ida Avins,
idler. Rhea Rubin. Ceil
Riaff.
)h Chapter Plans
lance Saturday
tn dance is planned by Ka-
tiapter of Pioneer Women
[nl.iy evening. July 16, at
the Towers hotel.
Irmen are Mrs. Michael
land Mrs. David Meltzer.
with them is a committee
\'A ol the Mesdames Leo
Alexander Kimmler, S.
ttw. Albert Shkoler and
rr.
film Due
lodge of B'nai Brith will
luncheon Tuesday noon
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Florida Federal Savings and
Loan Association will open its
doors for service to the public on
Nov. 1. according to Paul H. Marks,
Miami attorney and president of
fhe association.
Scheduled to- operate in the
downtown area, this will be the
fourth Federal for downtown Mi-
ami and the 10th in Greater Mi-
ami
"We feel that there is a definite
need for another Federal here.
Marks said "There has been a tre-
mendous growth in savings ac-
counts and assets of the strings
and loan associations during the
past three years, arid we attribute
it to the stimulating effect of com-
petition."
Marks revealed that during 1953
>4, savings accounts of Federals in-
creased from $200,000,000 to $326,-
000,000 "a gain of $126,000,000
and an increase of 60 percent."
During the same period, according
to Marks, the assets of Federals in-
creased from $236,000,000 to $381.-
000,000a gain of $145,000,00 and
an increase of over 62 percent.
Florida Federal Savings and
Loan Association's president has
specialized in the field of real es-
tate here and has been active in
numerous civic affairs. He is a
former general counsel of the
Overseas Bridge Commission, char-
ter member of the Orange Bowl
committee and a chairman of the
finance committee and member of
the board of directors of the Dade
County Bar Association.
Marks was a lieutenant comman-
der in the Navy from 1942 until
1946. For many years a member of
the board of trustees of Temple Is-
rael, he is founder president of Pi
Lambda Phi Alumni Association of
Greater Miami and 1954 recipient i
of the Council Key, highest honor
of the fraternity and the only one
thus far ,'iven in the South.
Marks is past president of the
I'niversity of Florida Alumni of
Greater Miami and recipient of the
"Outstanding Service Award" for
1953
While rther officers of Florida
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation of Miami have not yet been
announced, the president said that
"We have a fine cross-section of
the community in our board of
directors. The average age is 44.
five of the organizing group being 1
native Floridians. The average
residency in South Florida is al- j
most 40 years."
In addition to Marks, members of
the organizing group include Jos-
eph I. Plummer, owner of Ahern-
Plummer Funeral Home, former
Dade School Board member and di-
rector of the Commercial Bank of
Miami; I N. Meltzer, General Elec-
tric distributor and vice president
of the Bi.-cayne Boulevard Auoda-
tion: Tildo S. Carrero. owner of
Holiday Tours and Miami realtor.
Alfred Browning Parker, ptst
president of the South Florida
Chapter. American Institute of
Architects, internationally known
architect and owner and designer
of Pace Setter House of 1954; Ro-
bert L. Rice, Miami residential
builder, former Naval officer and
pilot and husband of Rose Mallory.
former Miami Daily News staff
writer; C. Guthrie Babcoek, realtor
and president of the University of
Florida Alumni of Greater Miami;
and Seymour D. Kei^i, partner in
the law firm of Marks & Keith,
former U.S. Army infantry officer
and special lecturer in Titles and
Mortgages at the University of Mi-
ami law school.
To Discuss Dr. Schwoitzer
Dr. Hans Margolius, author of
"Foundation of Ethics," "The Na-
ture of fhe Good" and many other
works, H'll be guest speaker Sun
day evening at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum, llth st. and Ocean ct..
Miami Beach.
Dr. Margolius will speak on "The
Life and Philosophy of Albert
Schweitzer." Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son will preside. Question and
answer period will follow.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JULY 15. 1955
SECTION B
DR. LEWISOHN IN
ANOTHER NOVEL
.
Education Bureau Makes Local Survey
Of Enrollment in Daily, Sunday Schools

Wi
for the Ford Motor Company's $25,000 contribution
1955 United Jewish Appeal campaign was presented
)d regional manager Charles R. Beacham (left) to Wil-
I.inder, of Lind Motors, general chairman of the New
lalers Division of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater
fork, at the division's recent annual dinner in New
[Waldorf-Astoria hotel.
A -survey of peak registration figures ;,t the Jtwl h school-. <-f
Greater Miami, according to the annual statistical release of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, shows a tn-nrl toward Intensive Jewish educ
away from the Sunday school and toward greater registration al the
afternoon schools. For the first time in ten years, registration has
decreased at the Sunday schools from 3.428 in 1354 to 3.419 in 1955,
although for the past two years
greater increases were registered
at the afternoon schools This year,
___1 ... ., "------ >" own" lllli <|-Illir III lilt
registration at the a f t crno o n registration of future Jewish moth
1.612 girls. "What has happened Jo
bring about this decline in the
ers' Has the Jewish birthrate
shown a considerable increase in
the male birth or have the larger
schools 'which show the gre
increase in boy population; failed
to offer sufficient attraction to Inc.
girls? Greater effort evidently is
needed to education the female
element in Greater Miami in or-
der to secure the Jewish home of
the future against ignorance and
lack of appreciation of Jewish val-
ues." Schwartzman said.
How many Jewish children in
Greater Miami are receiving a Jew-
ish education of some kind? Since!
there is considerable duplication of b^bibi
attendance in the Sunday and j B NAI B RITH
afternoon schools, the two figures!"
cannot be added to gain the total,
according to the executive direc
(%
prary degree recipients at Brandeis
srsity are (left to right )Edward M. M.
>urg. Paul G. Hoffman. Joseph F. Ford,
Christian A. Herter (third from right)
Judge Joseph M. Proekauer (second
chools increased from 2,219 in
1954 to 2.331. The trend toward the
afternoon school and away from
the Sunday school revealed in
Greater Miami is in the face of na-
tional figures showing the steady
growth of Sunday schools through-
out the country. "The Miami trend
will be welcome as healthful in-
dication-oJj*cognition by theJbfw-
ish community of the growing im-
portance of more Jewish educa-
tion," Louis Schwartzman, Bureau
of Jewish Education director, said
in releasing the annual survey.
A breakdown of the numbers of
boys and girls registered at the
Jewish schools shows a decline in
the number of girls attending Jew-
ish schools. In 1954, 1,591 boys and
628 girls were registered at the .
afternoon schools. In 1955. there; tor. More and more of the larger j
were 1,770 boys and 561 girls In schools are insisting upon integrat-i
1954, 1.65.1 boys were registered at ed schedules idler the first few
the Sunday schools and 1.775 girls, years, avoiding duplication of i
In 1955, there were 1,807 boys and : after noon and Sunday school Thfl
Bureau of Jewish Education thus
estimates th;il there UTS today over;
5,000 undupUeated children attend-!
ing the Jewish schools of Greater
Miami 11 we add t" this
I figure. !h: number of Jewish chil-
dren who withdrew from the
-chools ior various reason., during
' the past few years, about 20 per-
cent oi :!: total registration, and
children r > private instruc-
tion, the total of Jewish children
Continued on Pag* 10 B
Beach UN Seminar Will
Hear Prof. Ken Smart
University oi Miami Associate
Professor Ken Smart will discuss
"International Court of Justice and
World Bank at a meeting of the
Beach Division, Greater Miami
United Nations Association, Wed-
nesday evening, July 20, in the
Johnina hotel.
The talk is part of a series of
United Nations Seminars which be-
gan here last week.
Next discussion will be held July '
27, featuring Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey,
member of the UN Association
board, in a talk on "World Health
Organization. United Nations Chil-
drcn's Fund and Food and Agri-
culture Organization."
Louis Schwmrttmaa
* **r
from right). They are shown with Abraham
Feinberg (center), chairman of the Brandeis
board of trustees, and Dr. Abram L. Sachar
(right), university president. (See story page
7B.)
IRY DEPARTMENT DENIES TAX EXEMWN
County Community Relations Council in Difficulty
Joinf Dance Sunday
Dance jointly sponsored by the
young adults of Temple Israel and
North Shore Jewish Center will be
held Sunday evening. July 17. at
the Shelborne hotel.
County Council on Community Relations
"self in financial dificulty, according to
ual report of the organization by Hollis
I. chairman.
It us have been necessarily restricted, Rine-
jealed, "by lack of proper finances." Major
jthe group came in June, when the U.S. Treas-
partment denied the Council's application for
fnption.
4'ng to Kinehart. this means that Founda-
M-i and possible private honors "will be un-
g**d February 18, 1953, the two and one-half
organization has concerned itself with ell-
|E possible tensions and misunderstandings
^through racial relations and involving civil
nd migrant labor.
effort to educate and enlighten the people
> County, the Council has operated through
lee, surveys, press releases, radio, television,
nd neighborhood discussion groups.
Despite its present financial situation. Council ex-
pects to place emphasis on these future programs:
DESEGREGATION. Emphasis to be placed on
educating and informing the public, assisting and
working with the School Board. Police and City
Authorities, encouraging leadership among top citi-
zens. A committee to be appointed to perform this
function.
CIVIL LIBERTIES. Continue to inform and edu-
cate the public through panels, television and other
media in an effort to anticipate trouble areas. A
Committee to be appointed to perform this function.
MIGRATION LABOR. Make a study and survey of
problems and work with authorities to prevent trou-
ble and provide adequate facilities. A Committee to
be appointed to perform this function.
CONVENTIONS AND WELCOMING FACILITIES
Work with Chambers of Commerce, Hotel and Res-
taurant Associations, State Department. City and
County Commissions to foresee and prevent inci-
dents because of racial implications. A committee
to be appointed to perform this function.
Urge Eisenhower
To Sound Soviet
On Emigration
CHICAGOI'nai B'rith has
ed President Eisenhower to
the USSR ;it the Geneva conference
to allow Jews to emigrate to 1
or any other land where the;
practice 'heir religion free!)
The appeal waa issued by Philip
H KUit/.iick. of Park Forest. Ill,
world president of B'nai B'rith be-
fore i.ooo delegates at the ch
session of the B'nai B'rith District
Six convention at the Hotel Sher-
man here. Charging that destruc-
tion of religion is an avowed aim
smmunism, Klutznick si
that he believed many Jews would
rate if they could obtain per-
mi sion,
Ktutaniek aehl the EoUo<
statement to President Elsenhower
;is .i telegram: "America looks with
hope and confidence to your par-
ticipation in the conference at the
summit in Geneva. Doubtless, there
are great problems that will crowd
the agenda. We would not seek to
overburden these deliberations.
However, you have long been
aware of the plight of the Jewish
people and others who profess re-
ligious faith and reside in the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
and satellite countries where de-
struction of religion is an avowed
governmental aim and policy. We
believe that many Jews in these
countries would emigrate to Is-
rael and elsewhere if they were
permitted to do so.
"We of the B'nai B'rith reiterate
our appeal of last November that
you use your good offices to urge
the USSR and its satellites to per-
mit such people as may wish to
emigrate to any land where they
can practice their religion to be at
liberty to achieve this end. We are
profoundly conscious of your own
deep-seated religious convictions.
We have no doubt of your sym-
pathy for those who would seek to
follow your own example. Conse-
quently *e are emboldened to urge
that this matter be included among
the many that will be the object
of your considerations."
mUp At. Kfefzskk
Aquatime' Affair Sunday
Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will hold an "aqua-
time" evening on Sunday at the
Seacombcr Surfcomber hotels.
Chairmen of the fund raising affair
are Mignon Benson, Helene Bengis
and Myrna Jaeggi.


PAGE 2 B
FRIDAY. JULY &
Adult Discrimination Spurs venile Delinquency. AJC Says
minority violence appearuij In to publication, in.
Committee Reporter.
The report revealed by the Greater Miami Chap-
in viewed as "promising positive programs eT
^STthe New York City Youth Board to work
Sctly with the.se gangs through trained pcr^-
nel and the intergroup> training.prog > Jj polu*
officers launched by the New \ork Cltj Police ue
partment in October. 1953.
In releasing the AJC report. Dr. John BmM,
Jc executive vice president, a specialist m Inter-
group elat.ons and author of 'The Delinquent
Boy "called for a study to determine the extent to
which social discrim.nat.on fosters del.nquenc
among racial, religious and ethn.c m.nor.t.es. and
encourages anti-minority violence.
Through its Division of Youth Sen-ices, the.Amer-
ican Jew.sh Committee has been working for ten
ears with the major national youth sen.ee agen-
das In a Lgrange program to .mprove mtergroup
relations. Its training manuel. "Leaders Cu.de. is
Alumni Association Meets
Monday to Elect Officers
Greater Miami Mil Epailoo Pi
Mumni IssociettotJ will meeti Mon-
day evening. July l*\ h-Malay-
Wioel, u-l v j*Sj^S^^ he hrt* anrtjt.cn
in ,he youth uH.l %^S^ "SnteVeW* <>" nom.na.H lor effMM art Oenrge
in the MidCent,.r> ^h. "^ um, ,,,,, president; Burton
Children and Youth and the MM prr>1.knt. George H.
terence on Juvenile Delinquency. BenSein. tiissurer; Sherman J.
Violence hy youth jgMt -Jg*ft^}"Jj rorreeoonding secretary:
traced ,o,wnm.,111rco,Kl.i...- A'1 w Nmat.k ,t.
"If the adult.common > itself J |, do- retary. and Morton J. Galow.tz.
l.gious and ethn.c group- ^J*", limlm:; |)U|,lic.ty director,
clared. "the latter W^^^~nb feel Special honors will be presented
targets for delinquent IwfVJftf "*immunity ... Judge Uwrence Hoffman and
,hat they have the tac. SPPrj '{ ,,, [ Judp- Milton Feller, ol Miami
when they cfc Iherr VKUms (.M,Kl. B(.8ch. ootRmg alumni.
thdr elders'prejudice Hum < > J [against Delegates to the National Phi
f Minority groups which aw '" ":"eo ,, Pl convention will also be
niay even serve to spark a .an. aU.uk ocfur elected at th.s meeting.
Violence againM minorities may a*> occuri
through deliberate inclement by adult rabl.k
rUS;reh uSr,Vv"'... f..r example ,an. e|
ChrSS Front youth under adult*****
wt Jewish victims ... New York Oty -'
southern cities recently, adult agitators have (.
mented demonstration- by white school ChUdren
against integrating Negroes Into the public
schools."_____________________
Roof Leaj
r Call Victeri
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Acme Routing
John Bitter
North Shore Adults Meet
North Siiore Club for Young
Adults will meet Tuesday evening.
July 19. at North Shore Jewish
Center.
Opera Night'
Slated by UM
Symphony
John Bitter return- to the Uni-
versity "f Miami Symphony Or-
tra podium after a month- va-
in on Sunday evening. July 17.
when he directs the orche-tra m
the fifth concert ol the summer
pop season at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Pro-ram will feature an Opera
Night." with guc.-t artists it
Ing Shirlej Ward, soprano; Jenny
Lou (urn-, mezzo-soprano; Freder-
ick Cushman, tenor: Ted Morrill,
ROM rt Medaris, baritone;
and George Gibson, ba
Opening the concert will be the
March and Chorus from Tannhaus-
er. by Wagner Miss Ward will be
heard in "Lo, Hear the Gentle
Lark.'' by Bi-hop. and "Caro
Nome" from Rigoletto. by Verdi
Mr. Cu-hman will sing "Che
gelida manina." from La Boheme.
by Puccini, and "E Lucevan le
Stelle." from Tosca, by Puccini,
following a reading of the Inter-
. mezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana.
by Pietro Mascagni.
"Evening Star" from Tannhaus-
er. by Wagner, and "Lacerate
Spirito" from Simon Boccanegra.
by Verdi, will be performed by
George Gibson. Verdi's Quartet
from Rigoletto will include Miss
Ward. Miss Corris. Mr. Cushman
and Mr. Gibson. Donizetti's Sextet
from Lucia di Lammermoor will
feature Miss Ward. Mfeu Corris,
Cushman, Morrill. Medaris and
Gibson.
Also to be heard are the Fntr'
lleanor Roosevelt Chapter
Plans Social, Member fetes
Eleanor iooaeeeil chapter of
Bnai Brith Women will hold a
member bring-a member barbecue
on Wednesday evening. July 20. at
236 NW 41-t ave. In charge of in-
formation is Mona Sands.
On Sunday, July 24. the chapter
acte from Carmen, by Bizet, and Wll| take over Fairyland Park.
Preclude to Act 111 from Lohen- 364WNW 38th>*. for a soc.al and
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NEW
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Beginning Monday, July 18th, 1955
Following the national ond local trend of '
financial institutions to a 5 day work week, Dade
Federal institutes a change in its business hours.
Beginning the week of July 18th, the 4 offices of
Dade Federal will observe SATURDAY CLOSING.
However, in the interest of members who were un-
able to conduct business with us during regular
weekday business hours and depended upon our
Saturday hours, all of our offices will remain open
one evening each week. The Main Office on Mon-
days and Branch Offices on Fridays.
Below is the schedule of NEW BUSINESS
HOURS for the offices of Dado Federal beginning
Monday, July 18th, 1955.
MAIN OFFICE
MONDAYS............9 A.M. to 8 P.M.
TUESDAYS thru FRIDAYS, 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
BRANCH OFFICES
MONDAYS thru THURS., 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
FR"DAYS..............9 A.M. to 8 P.M.
"ALL OFFICES ARE CLOSED ON SATURDAYS"
MAIN OFFICE
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)AY. JULY 15. 1955
* legist Herktk>r
LOBAL SHORTS
|ge Rosenblatt Renamed
Foundation President
EW YORK (WNS>Judge Ber-
A Rosenblatt wu this week
rctfcl president of the Fonnda-
f,,r thp Jewish National 'Fund,
igency which devotes itself to
raising of funds for land de-
Lpment projects in Israel
[ugh wills and insurance poli-
with the Jewish National
\ as beneficiary. Within the
[three years since its inception,
[Foundation has raised a poten-
I df $5,000,000 in wills, bequests
insurance with the JNF as the
ficiary, Judge Rosenblatt an-
Iced.
Jewish Stores Boycotted
By Tunisian Nationalists
TUNIS (WNSV-A growing move-
ment toward the boycott of Jew
ish shops in Tunis was noted this
week, despite assurances of na-
tionalist leader Habib Bourguiba of
j "equality for all Tunisians." This
| threat to the livelihood of the Jew-
ish traders is laid to nationalist ac-
cusations that the Jews have not
(sufficiently demonstrated their
leasure at Bourguiba's return, and
to the continuing emigration of
Tunisian Jews.
>ndment to Protect Israel
linst Aggression Defeated
lASHINGTON (WNS) An
mnent to the Mutual Secur-
5ill which was introduced this
by Rep. James Roosevelt,
kornia Democrat, which would
fire that the President be sat-
|d (hit American arms aid
)d not be used aggressively
ist any nation was defeated on
|floor of the House of Repre-
ptives. Congressman Victor L.
i, Now York Democrat, of-
a suggestion that the ending
j.i] Security Bill state that no
larj assistance be given to any
ii \ml) countries "unless sub-
Ually equal military assistance
^rm>-hcd to Israel," and urge
government to conclude a mut-
jefer^e pact with Israel.
irosity of U.S. Jewry
Jed by Ambassador
INDON (WNS)U.S. Ambassa-
Xvmthrop Aldrich, in a warm
|te to American Jewry's "great
rosity," declared that the
ph community in America "has
more than its share on all
of American civic and char
life." Addressing a recep-
|tendered in honor of Rabbi
ft silver, president of the
ol Orthodox Rabbis in Amer-
lic American Ambassador said
bd'y welcomed "the efforts of
^mimnt rabbinical leader of
rtcan Jewry, Rabbi Silver, in
hum ol Jewish education."
Austria Stalin* on Claims,
House of Commons Told
LONDON (WNS) Barnett Jan-
ner, Laborite member of Parlia-
ment charged on the floor of the
House of Commons this week that
the Austrian government was stall
|ing in its talks on Jewish claims
I while giving every facility "to
.those who participated in the Nazi
barbarities." Mr. Janner's com-
plaint against the Austrian govern-
ment's "long delays" and "unprom-
ising negotiations" came in course
of debate during the third reading
of a bill to ratify the Austrian
State Treaty.
German President Awards
Order of Merit to Jew
BERLIN (WNS) West German
Federal President Heuss has
awarded the Order of Merit to Pro-
fessor Kurt Levinstein, Jewish edu-
cator and teacher, it was an-
nounced here this week. Professor
Levinstein was formerly principal
of the "French High School" in
Berlin.
Israeli Scientist at Moscow
Atom-for-Peace Talks
TEL AVIV (WNS) Participa-
tion by the Weizmann Institute of
Science at Rehovoth In a Moscow
conference on the peaceful use of
atomic energy was disclosed here
this week with the departure to
Russia of Dr. M. Block, director of
the Institute. The conference was
called by the Soviet Academy of
Science.
0RT Congress Told of
Poverty Among Iranians i
GENEVA (WNS) The acute
poverty and lack of educational
facilities jmoog the 80,000 Jews of
Iran was described this week by M.
Mossanen of Teheran, vice presi-
dent of ORT in his country, at the
75th anniversary congress of the
World ORT Union. Only 5 percent
of Iranian Jews "live comfortably,"
said Mr. Mossanen, while the rest
live either in a state of acute pov-
erty or "just subsist." Forty per-
cent of Iranian Jewish children
leave school after only four years.
Ihower Urged to Raise
|lem of Russian Emigrants
ptLEYVILLE, NY. (JTA)
bpeal to President Eisenhower
|i 8 up, it the forthcoming
lit" meeting in Geneva, the
i Jewish emigration
' Russia and the satel-
I was voiced here by
iard Bergman, newly-
i 'dent of Hapocl Hamiz-
'!' Religious Labor Zionist
n "on of America, at the
P ion of the four-day
ntion ol the orgaoisa-
the Big four meeting
| "ii July 18. President
II must not be unmind-
i" i tii.it this conference
lo (\.ike new h.>pe for
I on in the minds
millions beyond the
ii, Dr. Bergman declar-
Eban Reminds Arabs of
Meaning of UN Declaration
LOS ANGELES (WNS) Hope
that the Arab countries will abide
by the UN declaration at San Fran-
cisco calling on all member states
to live in amity and friendship
with their neighbors was voiced
here by Israeli Ambassador Abba
S. Eban. who drew attention to the
fact that the Arab countries were
among the 60 member nations to
subscribe to the declaration. Tell-
ing a press conference that he
hoped the Arab countries were
aware of the meaning of the dec-
laration, Mr. Eban said that "for
the Arab states it would, require
a modification of their policy, be-
cause they have never agreed to
live in friendship with the State
of Israel."
American Chess Master Rests
On Sabbath in Moscow
MOSCOW (WNS) A scheduled
game last Saturday between two
of the titans of the chess world,
Mikhail Botvinnik of the Soviet
Union and Samuel Reshevsky of
the United States, was shifted to
another day when the American
chess master announced that as a
religious and observant Jew he
Would not play a game of chess on
the Sabbath. The shift of schedule
was announced as spectators and
chess fans anticipated the third
round between two of the world's
greatest chess masters, both Jews.
if you can
make toast
Synagogue Desecration in
Genoa Deplored by Premier
ROME (WNS)In a formal note
from the Premier to the Union of
Italian Jewish communities, the
Italian Government this week ex-
| pressed "concern" ove* vandalism
. committed recently at the Syria
I goguc in Genoa, and promised to
try to find the vandals and prose
' cute them. The act of vandalism
occurred last week while the en-
tire country was celebrating the
tenth anniversary of the liberation
of Italy from Fascist rule.
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4th Straight Year
Hebrew Academy Women this
week opened their annual New
Year greeting card project for the
fourth consecutive year.
According to Mrs. Isidore Spol-
ter, chairman, cards have been es
pecialiy designed for the Academy
Women and are now being distrib-
uted lo local residents and friends
of the Academy.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, co-chair-
man of the New Year cards com-
mittee, stated that a crew of more
than 10 women are working on this
project and that by the early part
PAGE 3B
of next week the cards will reach
most homes.
"The Hebrew Academy Women
have received many congratulatory
notes in the past, lauding then for
'initiating this project," said Mr*.
Spol ter. "The appreciation ex-
I pressed by the community indi-
cates the important service the
Academy Women are rendering to
the community, in addition to the
i social and cultural value of this
project "
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Arthur Bergman. Charles Begin,
Jonah Caplan, Alexander S. Gross,
Jacob Katz, Benjamin Kornreich,
Aaron S. Lauer, Rose Lobel. Ruth
Lutsky, Abraham Marge), Alex
Miller, Joseph Racknovsky, David
Seid, Joseph Shapiro, Pavel Weiss,
Ruth Wohlfarth, Daniel Yedlin,
Joseph Zemel and Morris Martin.
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>Love Me and Leave Me' Hollywood Coup
The present year has brought
to the* screens of the world
manv of the finest motion pic-
tures Hollywood ever ha- made
and the public has shown its ap-
preciation of them. But. in the
arrav of super-quality produc-
tions, one picture has won such
instant and tremendous popular
favor that it already is certain
that it will be one of the great-
est smash successes of the year.
if not of the decade.
Thi< is Metro-Goldwyn-Mayers
I.nve Me And Leave Me." and
its triumph is one of important
significance, as well as gratifica-
tion, to all members of the Jew-
ish faith. It comes very close to
being an all-Jewish production
and even facet of the picture re
bounds to the credit of the Jews.
Charles Vidor. the director, is
a Jew. Joe Pasternak, the pro-
ducer, is a Jew. Dore Schary.
executive producer at M m
who gave "Love Me And Leave
Me" the "go-ahead" sign. Is I
Jew The picture portrays the life
ston- of a Jewish girl. Ruth
Et-
ting, one of the most famous
chanteu.-e- 0* I decade or two
ago. The weenplaj was written
by two Jewish scenarists. Daniel
Fuchs and Isobel Lennart. The
music was under the direction of
Georgie Stoll, a Jew. and the
great majority of the songs pre-
sented in the picture were writ-
ten and composed by **-""
ing Berlin. Arthur Freed. Sha-
piro and Bernstein and others.
From all this array of outstand-
ing Jewish talent, the one to
whom the highest honors must be
given is Charles Vidor. One of
the trulv great directors in film
history, an Academy Award win-
ner Charles Vidor has the magic
touch of genius in the making of
films in which music is a pre-
dominant factor. One has only 10
recall his "Song To Remember
Cover Girl" and Rhapsody
U, realize how bright that gen
jus dunes It reached a new ful-
fillment in "Love Me And Leave
Me in which he was called upon
,,, blend the favorite songs of the
beloved Ruth Etting with a real-
far more moving and
dramatic than ever to MlP
rented in thi* superior tjg
fllm musical Under V.dor*, di-
rection the result is magnificent
He once more ha--eta new mark
for others to shod at.
This, in no MM deprecates
the work Of the others who were
concerned with the **"}"
Love Me And Leave Me Wltn-
out exception, their contributions
,o the success of the picture ere
great and. without their efforts
f, could not have been the great
The significance of this Jewish
triumph to all people of this
faith is very deep. It does not He
m the fact that the public -..
claiming a picture made bv Jews
about a Jewish personality That
has happened before in TM
Jolson Story." "Jotopn Sings
Again." "Rhapsody in Blue and
The Eddie Cantor Story For
decades, the public has shown
that it is no respector of fait
in the matter of choosing
favorite entertainers._____
OH THE
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g_-
uj.iiui
its
B0MS 8M&LAB
Some Salient Facts About
Intermarriage in the U.S.
ing the number of Jewish
marriage- in the United Stat<
now beinq undertaken by the Jew
ish Community Council of Detroit.
The Council is
establish the number an
Jews undergoing conversion in the
United States annually It has ad-
dressed an inquirj to a number of
Jewish leaders and institution-
spect to these and related quo
. pertaining to Jewish asm
ilation.
At the same time, the Detroit
Jewish Council is ai-o interet
in establishing the number.
group and sex of person- entering
the Jewish fold In the United
nnually The Council Is also
inviting advice on possible stop-
that might be taken by local and
national bodii trelop I more
wholesome feeling of Jewish be-
gingni -- a n d identification.
which would tend to enrich Jew
i-h living and -tern the loss,., to
the Jewish group II is no secret
that the number of Jewish inter-
marriages i- coostantl) grou i
In this connection, it Is perhaps
interesting to note that a survej
conducted by the Union of Amer
ican Hebrew Congregations
BELL WOLFE -
Boxing
What
Would Seem
Without \\\\h\
vigorous past 70
IN A SUMMER SEASON. A Navel by Lodwi9 Lglll.H. 215
York: Farrar, Straus and Codahy. 1W5. $3.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
nn LUDWIG LEWISOHN'S latest book in a long line of
criticism and philosophy is a novel which deals generally with
m our time of a guiding principk whose service was .dent*
f?.JXm"-the loss of faith, to be exact. Specifically, rein
Ce mam character, finds himself spiritually hollow, esser
uVhia marriage, aimless. All about him he sees this same
and lack of purpose.
His wife Eugenia, as lost as he but without his intelle
demanding of the causes of futility, takes advantage of hu
death-tlie loss of a symbol of stability and fa.th-to leave }
producing the external bereavement to match his inner one
In a summer season. Felix meets many possible solut
manv aspects of his own problem. Lovely Monica has the ta
he seek- but. her illness symbolic of that sickness of the sod
which the book is concerned, she has not the strength to break]
from her ties Grave, handsome Eve was strong, yet freedom si
hone was her self-destruction Indeed. Felix's sole sati-fat:*j
t.onship was with Gumdrop. his kitten, based,as it was on
tru-t and honesty.
Kven his -ister and brother-in-law. a couple who repres
Felix positive values in a negative wilderness, proved that
God lUCh value is insufficient. Their daughter Barbara, badly]
1)% ;,n abortive attempt to find a faith in communism, turnei
to an extreme Catholicism in an effort to slake her need as she I
This, loo, i- Felix's own problem presented fmm a different
Pelb rea-ons that man s need of purpose is proof of a In
and the goodness of His laws; "He who seeks Him has found
who need- Him knows Him. ." The answer is not a new one.
Lewiaohn does hammer away rather hard at it as the vaccine
moral paralysis of our age.

IT HAS been brought to my attention that other revietrnj
been rather shocked by the amount of lively sex which Dr. Li
who i- 72. get- into his book This strikes me as a particularly
-train of criticism Dr Lcwisohn's hero is 35. a man very
about the chasm between the spirit and the flesh, and the
often seem- the other, but is really merely Hs mockery Such,
lem could scarcely be portrayed without allowing the reader]
direct evidence of its reality to this hero.
Only a very bad novel states" things. It. is tremendously j
to insist that a writer contain his subject within the bounds'
present experience The whole value of a writer lies in hi- ab
synthesize from many lives and experiences, not all of them
bj any mean-, and to create from these a new experience
meaningful In special waj That is. in a sense, a definition of aj
Hilton wa- blind Should all his images have been dark I
low?
i# iw i# no now in.
Archie Moore won hi- fight over
Bobo Ol-on bj a knockout, but
even n Bobo had managed to get
: on hi- feet before the count
of ten. the fight would have been
over.
That'.- the way Ruby Goldstein
tells it. and Ruby was in then
the referee, just a- he has been ref
for -ome of the great fight- in past
ITS
Ruby said he was prepared to
-top the fight because of the beat-
ing that Bobo had already taken
"I talked to him when I finished
the count," Ruby said afterward,
'and he didn't understand me at
all."
In discussing Ruby Goldstein's
career, one fan remarked to this
correspondent: What would the
fights be like if Ruby wasn't one of
the top i
For so many years now he has
been third man in the ring Fans
who have been around a while will
remember the days when Ruby
was a fighter himself. True, he
never was an all-time great fighter,
but he was outstanding and color-
ful, and those who saw him fight
testify that he wasn't the kind who
can easily be forgotten.
Samuel Reahvesky, American
chess star who held a leading posi-
tion on the team which tangled
with the Russian che-- star- in the
Moscow tournament, got in some
excellent practice play at the ex-
pense of his teammates in training
lor the big event He won four \ic-
tories from other members of the
American squad in the practice
sessions.
t- u *
Henry Laskau. who i- regarded
a> one of the best walkers in the
world, intends to go right ahead
entering competition, according to
information given this correspon-
dent.
Refuses to Believe in Near East Failure
about two years ago, hs ... ,. _
I,shed that only 53 percent of the Returning wel I from Uw San Francisco
member- of Kelorm tempi- commemorative session, the youth Swedish -
opposed to mixed marriages Ol '> ,"",,n'1 ?** H.;unma;-kjold. appeared deeply
the other hand, the Federation of
Reform Synagogues in Ni a York
is maintaining a continuing course
for the preparation of prospective
converts to Judaism A -imilar
cour-e i- also being maintained in
Chicago.
Those taking this course of in-
struction are primarily non-Jews
who wish to marry into Jewi-h
familie- Most of the convert- to
Judaism are women marrying Jew-
ish men. and not men who marry
Jewish girls Reform Judaism
concerned over the breakdown ol the Israel-Egyp-
tian talk- i -imply refuse to believe that they will
end in failure, he told m w-men 'From my point
o( siew.' he added, "it I- \et\ essential to have a Suc-
cess there a- a demonstration of the good will of
the Governments concerned
He was referring to the untiring ettorts of his
Chief ol Staff, MajorGeneral E L M Burns, who
ha- been working feveri-hl> <\,\\ and night trying to
bring about | settlement of the Gail border dispute
Mr Hammarskjold ha- more than once indicated his
full support of the dynamic Canadian mediator.
when "Davar's in correspondent, l Izeak, asked
Mr Hammarskjold whether
Jewish gin.- u e i o rm juaaism ................ "j..... ...... he "would favor having
makes it eaay lor non-Jewish nun Ihis Gaaa question brought up in the Security Coun-
to become members of the Jewish Cl1 m ,n'' complete failure the Secretary General replied that
he would "personally uich action, since it
"would represent I return to more unfavorable eon-
ditions
But judging by the litest trouble- the K^ypti.i,-
| community, since it does not re-
quire circumcision Orthodox and
ervative Judaism make this
requirement.
are having with Major General Burn-. M
conn- clear that unless the UN select- a
Stait who will be partial to the Arab point
and who recognizes the 'justice" of their V
against the Jewish Statethere can be nor
Of an) dispute. For, where Israel is concer
Arabs can never be wrong. In the true flil
Mufti tradition, the Jews are wrong period!
General Burns has discovered that fairne*
artialitv count little with the Arabs who
cannot charge that the Canadian has shown
tiality to Israel He has merely made ti
uring rod.
Awaiting the opportunity of a second roual|
Israel. Egypt, and her Arab League friends
under any circumsances to enter into a P"*]
ment with Israel. For this reason. EgytilB reT
lives meeting with Major-General Burns ana
on the Gaza frontier deliberately injected
into the discussions Burns, sensing what tbejj
up to forced a show-down. It became <
him that, according to their demand-
wi-hed the Gaza frontier open for Arab if
IMVffl UBYKS
Big
Four Meeting a Grave Responsibility
President Eisenhower
Hi! Summit
When American President Dwight D Eisenhower
British prime Minister Sir Antbonj Eden French
Premier Edgar Faure and Russian Premier Nikola.
Buiuapin meet to hammer <.ut .. common polio for
unfreezing the cold war. none knows better than
they with what grave responsibility the) are chai
Ihc> will meet face to i.,,, July 18 in thi- onee
austere lakeskk citj of Calvin .thousand
rh" 'he first I at the -urn
["" '" Pour" Will have one
122 f *2**1 "'"e relaxation ,
international tensions perhaps peace ... our time
The barrier- which have kept the Communist and
m.n-communis, worlds apart have bred suspicion
nrirtmrt and hatred None better than the Jew, h
people know what ,t mean- to come under the heuY
hammer blows of dictator.hip-cven Red dictator-
ship.
Recent history is well known But itJ
recapitulating in brief The dramatic annoffl
by Taaa, the Soviet News Agency, on J*
1953. of a "plot" by a group of prominent
to shorten the life of active leader- oM
Union bv means of "injurious treatment
The Jewish situation in Poland In '*"
i'lent in at least one respect from that in
Peoples I >. mocracies": there were no i
against the Jews, ami no show tn
i-t- or Jewi-h Communists How
ning of the year, the atmosphere was teBJ
grant- from Poland reaching Israel r,r!;W|
told reporters that the aRuation **PP,?,^i
Now two years later, the scene -hilts- "
have changed. Stalin is dead. There
archy in the Kremlin. They aeem to be l
to appease.


Y, JULY 15. 1955
>Je1st> Thrkltori
PAGE 5 B
^
A N T E B
ENE KUMMERMANN, born
,er 18. 1901, in Austria. Ar-
j ihe United States either in
L or March 1952, from
f | rigium. Moved to Mi-
fcach Last known address
as 1055 LeBox ave.
Is bong sought, by^tet jus-
|C$E ALADJEM, (JL'TfV^
Los Angeles 28 (al..
ptevf-Mrs. Ktinwifrman here
54.
?
SCHWARTZ, ncc Gross,
t:l 1885 in Rumania. The
| Benjamin Gross and
Hani (nee Lazar), she came
| States in 1930 or 31.
address in Miami.
n idowed and has a
nor, about 30 years
wartz is being sought by
IDA ZIMMERMAN (nee
lothschild st.. Egozi House.
i I Mrs Zimmerman
rr in 1916 in Klausenburg,
She is the daughter of
Rosa Leb and arrived
\ 1950.

KOMORN, born about 1890
('/((Im-lovokia. Son of
Menachem and Ruchc-
(Brana). He came to the
Istates about 1921 or 1923.
nown address is Miami,
where he was a leather
His wife is Feiga. A son is
i His brother. Wilhelm,
the U.S. in 1913.
being sought by IGNATZ
|n, brother, of Shikun Ali-
K&r Saba, Israel, born 1906
lues, Czechoslovakia. His
fare Aharon Menachem and
came to Israel in 1951.
[edition to Company
ro B. Shinderman, presi-
the Shinderman Manage-
krporetion, 3905 Alton rd..
announced Wednes-
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[Apartments, 330 85th st.,
tring of apartment houses
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fiSlSl J!H,h ^ r^^^l y#r "" '" thi. column!
you wdl b. or^f.d with M.cm of "Th. Book of J.wi.h Recipe,/
C^Uin,n9 5M.ke*h.r*.*ia~ aesd a Foraword on th. principle, of
Follow the lead of our Israeli
home-makers when it comes to
mid-summer chilled soups. Use any
fruit or berries available for that
frcsh-from the-garden taste. For
instance:
Cherry Borscht
2 cups pitted ripe cherries, any
variety
3 cups cold water
4 tablespoons sugar or honey
Lemon juice to taste
1 tablespoon cornstarch
3 tablespoons cold water
A dash of salt
A dash of cinnamon, optional
Sour cream for topping
Sprigs of fresh mint for garnish
Reserve M cup of uncooked, pit-
ted cherries. Put the rest through
a fruit press or chop, leaving
pieces instead of pulp. Add water,
sweetening and lemon juice to
taste. Bring to a quick boil and
cook 3 to 5 minutes over moderate
heat. Combine cornstarch with cold
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and cinnamon to taste. Stir into
the hot fruit soup and cook 2 to 3
minutes, stirring well till slightly
thickened. Let cool. Chill in glass
jars until serving time. Into each
serving of Cherry Borscht stir 1
heaping tablespoon of sour cream
to thicken smoothly. Top with a
gob of sour cream in center and
add a few uncooked, pitted cher-
ries, also some mint for color-con-
trast. Pass the crackers or toast.
Yummy. Serves 5 to 6.
Variations: Blueberries, straw-
berries, red or black raspberries,
Boysenbemes, Loganberriescan
be substituted for cherries. Yes,
frozen or canned berries can be
used. Adjust sweetening and lem-
on juice to suit the taste, and by
all means use the syrup, too.

Eggplant Pancakes
1 large eggplant (about 2
pounds)
Salt as directed
2 eggs, beaten well
'-. cup fine cracker crumbs or
Matzo Meal
Confectioner's sugar optional
Shortening for deep frying (veg-
etable or salad oil)
Sour cream, whipped cream
cheese, grated Cheddar type
cheese
Pare the egglant and slice into
quarter inch rounds. Dust lightly
with salt and let stand in a glass
bowl, weighted down with a heavy
plate or bowl while preparing the
other ingredients, about 15 mm
Utes Dry each slice of eggplant on
paper towels and dip into the beat-
en eugs then in cracker crumbs,
coating only under side Fry in hot
melted a h o r toning till nicely
browned on under side before turn-
ing to brown the other side. Lift
out each pancake" to a flat plat
ter covered with paper tOWOll to
drain off excess fat. Sprinkle with
confectioners' sugar if desired, and
roll up, fastening with a plastic or
wooden toothpick. Dust with addi-
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time or omit sugar and top with
sour cream, whipped cream cheese
or a generous topping of grated
Cheddar type cheese. Or, leave the
pancakes flat and top with the
sour cream or cheese. Allow at
least 2 for the first helping. You'll
here please for more! Serves 4
to 6.
Variations: For-serving with fish
or meat and poultry, omit sugar
and sour cream or cheese. Roll up
some chopped pickle relish in each
pancake and fasten with tooth-
picks. For an added taste-tickler,
brush tops with mayonnaise or
French Dressing and sprinkle with
minced parsley.
Shapiro to Discuss
Recent Trip Abroad
Miami Beach City Councilman
Harold Shapiro will speak on "As
Others See Us" Friday evening,
July 15. before Friends of the
Seven Lively Arts.
Councilman Shapiro's talk will!
I>e based on his recent travels
abroad. The group meets at 2100
Washington ave.. with Chaim Rose
acting as chairman.
Henl, Bialik Memorial
Memorial for Dr. Theodore
Herzl, founder of Zionism, and
Chaim Nrichum Bialik. national He
bretl poet, wifl be held Sunday
evening. July 17. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Speakers will he Council-!
man Harold Shapiro and Yehuda i
Elberg. director of th- Israel Hi-
tadrut committee here
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FRIDAY. JULY 15.1955
NE WS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
David Crockett's direct descendants, Mr. and Mrs, Huel L. Crock-
ett and stvm children of Tallahassee, Fla., have all adopted the Hebrew
faith. For the past 13 years they have accepted themselves as mem-
bers of the ten lost tribes of Israel. Huel Crockett, an engineer, is a
founder and charter member of United Israel World Union. The wife
and four children of the California evangelist, Meshumad David Coo-
per were killed last week in a highway collision at Durango. Mex. .
A Jewish couple, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin B. Ellis, of Brookline, Mass.,
have been arrested for failure to comply with the decision of Judge
I James F. Reynolds to give up a four year old girl they adopted when
she was ten days old. The girl being born a Catholic, a Massachusetts
law says that "whenever practicable" children shall be adopted by per-
sons of the same religious faith. The court also rejected an offer by
the Ellises to bring up the child as a Catholic. .
B. G. Davis, president of the Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, has
announced the establishment of the William B. Ziff Memorial Scholar-
ship in aeronautical engineering. The late Mr. Ziff was the author of a
number of books including "The Rape of Palestine"an indictment
of the British policy in Palestine. Becoming interested in Judaism
during the last few years of his active life. Mr. Ziff gave full support
to United Israel World Nnion. an international institution proclaiming
Mosaic Law for One World. The Lubavitcher Yeshiva headquarters
at 770 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, was the scene of a festive occasion
last Sunday night. The joyful students and Rabbis commemorated the
27th anniversary marking the release from a Soviet prison of the
[Lubavitcher Rabbi. Joseph Isaac Schneersohn. who died in 1950. .
Prof. Raphael Lemkrn. Father of the Genocide Convention, has an
i nounced the 50th ratification of the Conventionthat of Syria. The
50 ratifications have eventuated almo>t exuclusively through the ef-1
forts of the Jewish professor. Brooks Atkinson, art critic of the New '
York Times, reports on a new Shylock from Stratford, Ontario: "Let's |
admit that the play ("the Merchant of Venice") is anti-Semitic. It [
might also be observed that Mr. Valk's acting robs Shylock of most of i
his distinction. But if we are to get touchy about religious matters,
the Christians might file a counter->u:t against Shakespeare for libel
and slandera more serious indictment, since he lived among Chris-
tians and presumably was one. In the "Merchant" his Christians are
not only fools and prodigals. They are also heartless, arrogant, vindic-
tive and cruel, and they violate most of the principles their Lord tried
to teach them. Trust Dr. Guthrie to put the bitter facts on the line.
When the trial goes against Shylock, the Christians taunt and jeer him
with an animal ferocity that would be horrible if "The Merchant of
[Venice" were a sensible play."
ISRAEL
Many Israelis in the cities, towns and Kibbut/Jm view Premier ,
[Sharett's purge of the General Zionist party from the government so
close to election time as a grave mistake which may cost the Mapai
many votes. Sharett's apparent justification of Dr. Kastner. chargew
with treachery against his own fellow Jews in Nazi Germany, has not
gone well with the average Israeli. A military investigator in Syria
i has accused the United States of having negotiated with a Syrian pol-
itical group concerning a plot for the overthrow of the Syrian Govern-
mt. The investigator said the April 22 assassination of Col. Adnan
[Malki was only a preliminary step in the coup. (State Department
I officials said there "was no truth whatsoever to the allegations.") I
. The Zim Israel Navigation Company is purchasing eight additional
(vessels within the framework of the Israel-German Indemnity Agree- :
mont. The ships, valued at 18 million IL., will be delivered before the
M of 1956 Frontpage Magazine says: "Look for an Israeli-American |
mutual defense agreement to be signed this year." Also: "Peace in the I
Middle East may occupy a separate paragraph in the Big Four dis-
cussion^ to be hpld this month. The Russian will support direct :
llsrael-Arab talks .
McCarran Act Dangerous Force Challenging Free World, Hoffman Says
WALTHAM, Mass.The McCar-
ran-Walter Immigration and Na-
tionality Act "stands as a danger-
ous weakening force at a time
when the efforts of our people and
our government should be devoted
to strengthening this free socjety,"
Paul G. Hoffman, board chairman
of the StudehakerPackard Corpor-
ation, declared here in a com-
mencement address delivered at
Brandeis University.
Before the largest graduating
class in the university's seven-year
history, the former director of the
Economic Cooperation Administra-
tion warned that the effects of the
present immigration act could "be
deadly to the free world."
"I personally believe there is a
fundamental unsoundness in the
national origins quota system
which the McCarran-Walter Act
imposes." Hoffman asserted. "Ra-
cial origin and national boundaries
have nothing to do with the integ-
rity and the worth of the individ-
ual; the potential for growth and
development is astounding in all
people, wherever they are, what-
ever they are, whatever their col-
or, religion or race."
Mr. Hoffman told the degree
candidates:
"Whether intentional or not, the
McCarran-Walter Act creates in
the minds of Asians the impression
that the United States regards Asi-
Synagogue Renamed to
Beth Raphael Congregation
Downtown Synagogue is official-
ly changing its nanea) Jo Beth Ra-
phael Cangregation^afccording to
an announcement tnV^'agk by Jul-
ius Sapero. president.
Located at 135 NW 3rd ave.. the
synagogue is being renamed in
honor of Sapero's parents.
Renaming this week came in con-
junction with the completion of
the congregations mortgage pay-
ments by Sapero. A series of so-
cial functions are being scheduled
through September in honor of the
event.
atics as inferior people. We must
recognize that a new day has dawn-
ed in Asia. The new democracies
of Asia are looking for understand-
ing and leadership ... but we can-
not expect them to believe we can
supply understanding and leader-
ship if we maintain policies that, in
effect, try' to impose second rate
status on their people-
Charging that the Bill of Rights
and American voluntaryism were
under attack as never before, the
former diplomat declared that "we
are in need of the eloquent voices
of those who know the bitter de-
spair of having lived where liberty
does not exist."
"Many of the foremost builders
of America in every walk of life
have been immigrants or sons of
immigrants ... and certainly they
have included many or our most
devoted exponents of the Bill of
Rights and American voluntary-
ism," he continued.
Asserting that debate on the Mc-
Carran-Walter Act has not been as
free and open as it should have
been, Hoffman placed the blame on
"the general/ uneasiness that pre-
vails about discussing controversial
subjects and listening to controver-
sial individuals.
"In these critical days in which
we live, days in which great deci-
sions must be made, it is more
than ever essential that we en-
courage to the utmost debate and
dissent. Criticism, discussion and
debate are the only means to
peaceful progress in a free so-
ciety. All history shows that with
out them, a Society will stagnate
and die "
Due to inclement weather, some
3.500 people out of an expected
6.000 thronged the university's
Shapiro Athletic Center to witness
the conferring of degrees to 167
seniors and 12 students of the
Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences. The class of 1955 repre-
sented the last of those students
who were enrolled at Brandeis be-
fore the first class graduated.
Honorary degrees of Doctor of
Laws were conferred upon Hoff-
man; Governor Christian A. Herter.
of Massachusetts; and Judge Joa>
eph M. Proskaucr, former New
York State Supreme Court Justice.
Honorary degrees of Doctor of Hu-
mane Letters were awarded to Jos-
President Abram L. Sachar an-
nounced that the University's in-
come for the academic year now
cluing had reached a total of $3,-
502,612, the largest one year total
in the University's history.
Acceptances to graduate and
professional schools across the
country have been received by 40
eph F. Ford, Boston industrialist pt.r ccnt of thc senior ci;isS Among
philanthropist, and Edward M. M ,hl. ^h[)l,i> a, wh:th Brandeis grad-
Warburg. outstanding communal uates wm study ncxt year arc Har.
leader. Darius Milhaud. composer, | vard Princeton. Tufts Medical
was awarded the honorary degree
of Doctor of Humanities.
In his commencement report.
School, the University of Pennsyl-
vania, the University of Chicago.
Columbia. Cornell, Wellesley,
Swarthmore, Simmons and New
York University.
The National Assembly of the
Brandeis University Associates, an
organiation of foster alumni, con-
vened prior to commencement and
was attended by delegates from at
least 22 states.
Women's committee delegates
from states across the country at-
tending the 7th annual Conference
of the National Women's Commit-
tee of Brandeis University, partici-
pated in a week-long program of
workshop sessions, business meet-
ings and social activities.
Weightlifter Featured at
Coral Gables Post Affair
Coral Gables Post No. 243 will
hold a swim party at the Miami
Beach Riviera cabana club on Sat-
urday evening, July 16.
Al Brock and his students will
present an exhibition of weight-
lifting and feats of strength. Brock
holds the titles of "Mr. Miami
Beach," Florida heavyweight lift-
ing champion and Florida profes-
sional heavyweight lifting cham-
pion.
The Dania Bank
OFFICERS
I. T.
President
W. S. rerher
Vico-Pretident l Caihiar
Vice-Pretident
J.T.
Vice-President
1.1, free*
Assistant Vie-Preiidnt
Lit*
Assistant Vice-President
Peelkee $. Bert
Assistant Cashier
M. H. Primer
Atiistent Cashier
Statement of Condition
Juno 30, 1955
RESOURCES
Cash and due from Banks................$ 4,698,716.32
Investments
U.S. Government Bonds.................. 11,450,718.14
Sat, County and Municipal Bonds....... 3,969,239.05
Other Securities........................ 177,091.56
Loans and Discounts..................... 10,729,944.28
Overdrafts ............................... 1,203.26
Furniture and Fixtures ..........127,743.76
Banking House and Parking Lot .. 43,174.03
Other Real Estate............. 12.263.66 113,111.45
Earned Interest Receivable............... 190,973.26
Letters of CreditCustomers Liability...... 67.662.05
Other Resources........................ 41,520.03
TOTAL RESOURCES....................$31,510,250.10
DIRECTORS
N.
Chairman
Chairman of the loard
Food Fair Stores
Cei J. M. Arrev
Attorney at Law
Otto resky
Industrial)!!
Freak I. Iby
LIABILITIES and CAPITAL
Deposits ................................$29,758,014.19
Letters of Credit......................... 67,662.05
Interest Collected end Not Earned.......... 71,859.60
Expenses Accrued ........................ 10,024.90
Capital Funds
Capital ..................... 450,000.00


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dtmocrao Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (R.-Mc.l has been voted
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PAGE 8 B
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
HEBREW |
TIFERETH .SRAEL NORTH- .A^^Jf^pHdaj -
S.DE CENTER 111 bold Fnday | M*"" J Saturdav morn
.ing sen-ices at 8:30
Berke president, will ofticiate m
the absence of Rabbi Abraham
Herson. Saturday motfting
are at 9. Kitlciu=h wUlIollow
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TICN will hold Fridaj evening
,, 30. Herbert Buchv
Will officiate
rda> morning services tn u
o a
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
ees 6 30. Saturday mornitv-
B:30 Mincha will
17 p.m.. followed by liaariv at
"g8-n;;: a;; a, 9 r^..-
and Cantor Ffahel Lutnug
will officiate At 6 30 pm. Rabb,
Ever will di*cu~ Ethics of the
Fathers. Mind" is at 7 pm Daily
Proiein-rich |
and low in j
calories L
FRIDAY, JULY is u
<2
Candlelighting Time
Tammuz 25 6:53 p.m.
CONGREGATION MONTICEL
LO park will hold Friday evening
, 5 at 7 p n Saturday n
are at 9. Barrj
At and Mr- Nathan Packer.
become Bar Mitzvah Mmcha
will be in 7 pm.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday eveninc serv-
. at 8 15 Arnold J. Stern will
he -ermon in the absence
Rabbi Henry Okolica Cantor
rice Xeu will render the mu-i-
cal portions of the liturgy. Lucille
M re direct- the choir
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Fr; la} evening services at 6 pm
rday m-.rr.ing services are at
830 am. Cantor Samuel Salkow
render the musical portion-
he liturgy. Evening
8:45. | Mowed by Sh
g, .... i ,i .. rvic< are at 8 a.m.
15 minute- indown.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
luct Friday ever.:
welcoming Rabbi Yaa
i i f the
on is scheduled is A S
Partnership." Cantor Hau-
Uamches will render the mu-
portion- o! the liturgy. Oneg
Si bbal will follow. Saturday
ning services are at 845 Rab-
bi Rosenberg will discuss the
Daily services
t 7:30 a m and 6 45 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Will
h 1 Friday evening services at
8:15 Guesl speaker will be Irving
m. student rabbi of the He
brew Union Jewish Insti-
morn-
,.. in 45 Cantor
Samuel 1 will render the
s m| the liturj

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
I servici
at 9.
p Brummer will ren-
the musical portion!
ire in the
at 8 a m and 7 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL '.1 Miami will
Friday evening sen ic<
15 The prayer service will in-
mon.
ices are i d for B
and 7 pm. with Sunday morning
services beginning at 9.
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services al 7 Sat-
urdav morning services are at 9_
Rev Leo Heim will officiate and
preach on the Weekly Portion
Mincha is -cheduled for 7 p.m.,
laaariv.
s *
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening service- at
8 30 Source of Strencth will be
the topic of a sermon by Rabbi B
Leon Hurwitz
*
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 7 Saturdav morning service- are
at 9 Mincha will be at 6 p.m fol-
Seudos i
,fn e at 7 30 a m and 7 p.m.
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Jemish Consumptives Relief Soc.- ; Schoenfeld and Mrs lx.,,riw ,
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IDAY. JULY 15. 1955
+Jewist) fUrkflnn
PAGE 9 E
^
O b i t ii a r i
Sen Dankmum
each Bank Names
lanbaum Chairman
Grtater Miami business and civic
ydtt Bon F. Danbaum has been
feted chairman of the board of
new Bank of Miami Beach, it
announced this week by bank
psident D. Lee Powell.
|t;inb;ium, who has served as vice
Mdent of the bank since it op-
(1 in January, 1955, is the first
iBirman of the new banking in-
lutior-. He is one of the founders
I the Bank of Miami Beach.
local resident since 1944, Dan-
im came here from Omaha,
p., where he was chiei police in-
fcctor and owner of an armored
service.
Ie orn.mized Ben Danbaum Inc.
Miami in 1944, and the firm
kame one of the south's largest
(olesale liquor distributors by
1 of this year, when he sold
business so that 4ie could de-
' full time to the Bank of Miami
Ml.
)anbaum has been active in lo-
civic and charitable affairs for
past H) years. He is president
|the Hitter Business Bureaa of
pmi Beach.
ABRAHAM BUTTERMAN
died In New York Ctty .1 illn- li sni -
Vivnra I'l. 1M. I ;i il.iUKlilil Mi M
Levin*, of fS10 s\\ | u. who -ft
Cm Ni York in all.ml servlcee.
ABRAHAM STERNSHER
15, lul) !> at hi* resldrni .
Survived liy hi- wife. May, i.ne mm.
Benjamin, one daughter. Mm I>iIHhii
HI em, ..ml 1 wo sistiara, Mi* l>>rothy
St.in ii nil Mrs. .\nrut W.ilke. S. v\ -
b a bi held at Miami Hl\ i i Idi
Inii-i un-tit wan In Ml N.l.n Cen
I
SARAH BIRMAN
r.l, of :;t' s\v Kih ave., passed awai
July .A her rneldence (Survived by
ii.-i huaband, Meyer; one aon, Gerald;
me daughter, Miss Evelyn; one sla-
tar, Mi> Batty 81 rota,; and ona broth-
er, i^iiiis Moeemonsl, Bervtcea warn
in-li ai Miami Rlveralde. Intermenl
was In Mi Btnal Cemetery.
ANNE FISHER
62. of 14I SW lHth l.r., iimwi'il awn
July 7 ii her residence. Survived b>
her won. Leonard) two riauiajhtsrs,
Mrs Itiilh rYeedman and Mj-a Hal-
oid Kirsncr; and four slaters. Kerv-
toaa were held in Miami Rtvaralde.
Inti'iinent wan in Ml Nobo Cem.-tiiv
MARC I. FELDMAN
7. of 620 Santur.o avi-, Coral Gables,
rd away July 10 In a local hos-
pital. (Survived by tola parents, Mil-
ton and Annul..-II.- F. Minim, his
ki a i ii I |i.-t -!! t -, Joseph and II.n- K.-ld-
man; and hi* grandfather, Mans Out-
kin Hemaln* were wni to Gait I in..re
for services and interment by .Miami
Riverside.
DR. LEO HONICSBERG
'-. police aunceon of the North Miami
in.ii... department, pa 4*1*1 sway .inly
T. Services nwe held in |hr River*
side Mln mi Beach <'ha|iel Ri in Mi Nebo Cam star y, ifB wax for-
mer nosing commission physicbin In
Miami Beach, a member of the Blks,
"Ivlr I.eaKUe of Miami Beach, ihe
l>Hde County and American Medical
atlona ami a staff memlx-i at
i an. is Hospital wnti his broth-
er, l'i Alvln lloniimbi-rK. be had op-
d th.- Ninth Minml Medical I'lin-
i. at 12401 NK 6th ave.. sine- 1*41.
otber aurvlvora Include hi", wife, Hon-
cira; a daiiKhlrr. Kathleen: a son.
r.i aiifor.i ami a sist.r. Dorothy.
H. EMIL KAY
owner of Kaj Tnlailalisi store and
Siiimx Nbs Cleaners, died Thursday.
He wan .'ii. Mr. Kay rame here eight
M.ui sen from Chicago ami ii\.ci al
ItM NIC 136 th at., wan a member of
e s
the North Dane Jewish Center, Bur-
vlvlng lire hln wife, Frames, two
sisters; two eons, Bldne) and Robert;
ind three grandchildren HVrvleea
hi III ill Gordon's Mia ml Bl Bl h
Chapel with burial In Mi Mlnal Ceme-
MRS. MAY N. ADLER
'i'i. "f 172f NK 17Sth at w 1.........
en v. uko friMll Hell I
' I JI.d luK T. Sim \ n c.l l>\ three.
-"in. AJ. of Miami, ami two otbi > In
Red I'.ani,. a daughter, Mm Corkye
Orayaon, of North Miami Beach; two
brother* and sister, of Brooklyn,
NY.; and one grandchild Bervlcoa
'.'! InId in Hi.. Miami chapel of
ilordon'a Funeral li......-, with burial
in Si.11 nf lln\ Id i 'eiii.-lii )
MRS. EDITH OERO
II, of IMS Ocean dr.; a 10-yeal
ilenl of Miami Beai li. died Saturday
She In fUrVtved by a sun. Tbumas.
two daUKbters, Judith and Andrea,
and her parents, Mr and Mis Alex-
ander Clero, all of Miami lieai b Si i \ -
Icea wa held al the amveatda In Mt
sinal Cemetery. nii Klx'ersMe Memo-
rial Chapel, Miami BsBPh, in charga.
MRS. SARAH B. WINOKER
U, of I1SI Indian 'nek dr.. Miami
Bench, i.led July B. Bervlcea were
held In Riverside Menu.rial Chapel,
Miami Beach, with burial In Ne
York, she was an honorary vice praa-
Idenl and foiimi luasuiei of Ihe
Louisa Waterman wise chapter of
the American Jewish Conffress. A
native nf New Y.nk. aha cams to
Miami lieach afVOB >iais ..' She
is survived iiv a aon, Joaaph, of Lake-
land.
HervIcea wer,. held In the Miami Oor-
Nebu 'Vmei.r> a Miami realdenl
fin inn years, she was from Newark,
N.J. Surviving ii re two sun-. Albert
and AIm-, of Miami, and two Rrand-
i hlldi I i
MAX REICH
:>. of IS1I sw :;niii ave., died Bunday.
li, i a mi' ii. i i in.. .i ,i^'. from
Providence, it.I., and wa wn.r
nl WTolfe'a !!> I.nnib HsrvlCe in Mi-
ami Burvlvtns are hl wife, i.'Hto;
a son. Adolf. Miami, two brothers,
iu. -n.i.1 ami grandchild.
i held in i.iadiiii's Miami Ka
nerai Home with burial In Ml Slnal
i '.in. u
KALMAN MERATCHNIK
si, of niT.'i r.yn.ii ave,, Miami Beach,
lied Hunday He came here H feara
fr.nn Newark, N i and waa n--
llred manufacturer Of men'* hni- II.
leaves fi.ni suns. lands and Joseph,
of Newark; Edward, of Loa Ancefea,
and Robert Merrill, of Miami Beach
and two daiiicbteis, Mrs Sarah lllum-
iiiM and Mi- Dorla Beldler, both of
Miami llench Services ami burial
took piai e in Newark, Riverside ate-
mortal rbapel, of Miami Beach, was
In halite of ai lalllfellleilts.
MAS. NATALIE SIMON
ii, of III I'niiins ave.i Miami Beach,
dieii July s. Bervlces were held in
Brooklyn with local arrangement! bj
Riverside Meehortal I'hapel, Miami
Beach She came here
an. HurVlvlni i a soi
aim r, Lan i m -. NY.
re ae\ <\ fean
n I n -
ABRAHAM LLVITAN
71, of -'.....I SW llh st. dud .1 l I x v
Bervlcna wars held In Qordon'a Miami
il lb.me, wilh burial in Ml
,-,n.u (' inetci > Mi Levltan, who
oama hers elsai yean saro from New
fork, "as a retired butcher, lie wan
a member of Heth KI CotTSTeaatlon
lb is lurvlved by bin wife. Minnie;
two mm-, Robert, Miami, ami Ben-
jamin, New York; I daughter. Mis
Beatrice Miller, Miami, a brother and
11\a ft iMib hlidren.
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h year as executive director of
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FlUDAYjUi.v
PAGE LOB
ENROLLMENT UP
Bureau Surveys
Religious Schools
Continued from P*g 1 B
exposed to Jewish education in the
Greater Miami area may well be
over 7.000.'*
How many Jewish children of
MhOOl age are there in the Great-
er Miami area0 The Bureau of Jew-
ish Education has conducted two
recent surveys of Jewish child pop-
ulation in Dade county. The "Yom
Kippur Method" employed, gain-
ing the number and names of Jew-
ish children absent from the pub-
lic schools on Yom Kippur. is sub-
ject to limitations and variations.
The last survey in 1953 indicated a
Jewish child population of about
5.500 for the elementary and jun-
ior high school level: evidently,
this figure may have been incom-
plete, particularly since it varied
History of American Zionism
Copyrif*'. Um. bv Am.rlc.n J.*h Pr."
AT THE MST KJST.wa* ZIONIST CON6f55
IN IAUI. IDEC *! DAVID N &UON w*>
MAC* CHAIUMAN O' TMt JEWISH A&tNO
.N JERUSALEM ANC C* AMA Wlltl
HEADED ITS AMEHICAN SECTION D Vl>l
HAD BEEN HEADING THE AMEICAN ZIONIST
EMERGENCE COVNCIL
5. Prophecy Full
By DR JAKOB ROSENTHAL and MAURICE del |
TMt DONrtl OAWIZATI0N Of AMMICA IS NOW 1*6*^
mtinsmd v*o*n to Momaf wnic ommon k, iuutJ
IOSMITS fCOWOAC VHO*NT.
IN MAT IMT 0 S*T
WNTi0TMECASO
JEWISH SIATIHOOO TO
THI UN4TI0 NA1IONS
AT HlftHIN MEADOW
PAtK IN N T IN MAT
. THE STATE WAS
OCLA*D
AS 1 E T-SHUV WA6*0 ITS VAUAKT 0AVAMD.
GCHIATH STRUGGLE AGAINST SUM*1MI ANtt
Of THt ZIONIST ORGANIZATION O* AMCA
SWIILID UNK 0* K-ANUK NIUMANN TTS tM*
lERSMIf ROSE TO JW 000.
&LjUfr
POTCH Of ZOA MOUSf TK AVIV KDCATtO TO M*MOT Of UTl ]
ntfSKXNT OAHBl rmncH. _______________________
Warns Depression May Revive (JM SUStainlM) FlIHCl SeekS 1 f000
Anti-Semitism in Britain
To date. 290 citizens have joined
London iWNSiA resurgence the Sustaining Foundation of the
considerably from estimates emerg-1 of anti-Semitism to England in ewe University of Miami RbeJ jj
ing from a census of total Jewish of economic depression is possible. Morgan, president i
population of Dade county taken i Alderman M. P. Gross, national
by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-; chairman of the Trades Advisory
esti-1Council, warned this week. The
Counci
1 as Jew
in
the Board of Deputie> of British
Jews to deal with discrimination
in employment and business rela-
tions,
eration many years ago with
mated percentage of annual
creases added.
Today, the Bureau estimate- the
Jewish child population at about 8.
000. If this estimate is fairly accur-
ate, at least 85 percent of the Jew-
ish children of Greater Miami are
or have been in recent years, ex- Opa I.ocka. Beth Kmeth. Olympia
posed to Jewish education. This Heights. Monticello Park. The list-
compares most favorably with a tog also reveals a steady growth of |
national average of about 50 per- the two all-day schools in Miami,
cent, always bearing in mind that .and on the Beach
smaller communities, particularly j The Hebrew High School, spon-
in the South, are well above the sored by the Bureau of Jewl-h Edu-
national average. cation, for the entire Jewish com-
The school listing below shows munity. consisting <>f a registration
the emergence of small schools in]of 41 students, is not included in
many new areas: Key Ki-iayne. the above survey.
JEWISH SCHOOL REGISTRATION 1955
Dade County Chamber of Com-
merce and corrector of the re-
cently created Foundation, an-
to which non-Jews as well j nounced Wednesday.
belong, was established by, Ann ( the University's Sustain-
ing Foundation is to enlist 1.000
members at S250 or more each an-
nually.
The Foundation Will enable the
universit) t" meet >'s annual defi-
cit of $250,000 caused primarily by
ceilings which must remain on the
University's tuitions and the rising
costs of higher education.
"Our university provides higher
education for 4.000 of our Dade
County sons and daughters," Mor-
gan said, "most of them at 50
percent of H> actual cost and hun-
dreds at no cost.
Additionally, t h e university
pours S22.000.000 annually into our
our citv's economic blood stream.
Mo&an pointed out "that by
joining the Foundation each sub-
scriber shows his appreciation for
the cultural, educational, enter-
tainment and economic values the
university provides our commu-
nity "
Sisterhood luncheon
North Dade Jewish CenU
terhood will hold a monthly |
eon at the Center on Wcda
noon. July 20. Mrs Harry
man is chairman Hostess^]
Mrs. Jack August. Mrs
Shopmaker and Mrs Fred
Rabbi Joseph E. Racket
US MICHIGAN AVfNUE. MIAMI I
rhont Jl 1-3395

SUNDAY SCHOOL
Beth David affiliated) 104
Beth F.1 (alfiliatedi 21
Beth El Academy (all-daj
Beth Emeth 30
Beth Jacob 6
Beth Sholom (affiliated) 261
Cong, of Monticello Park 23
( oral Gables Jewish Cen.
(affiliated) 250
Flagler-Granada (affiliated) 116
Hebrew Academy (all-day)
Hialeah-Miami Springs 40
Israelite Center 62
Key Biscayne .Jewish Cen. 6
Kneseth Israel affiliated)
Miami Hebrew School
(affiliated) 49
North Dade 95
North Shore (affiliated) 31
Olympia Heights
Jewish Cen. 13
Opa Locka Jewish Cen. 20
Temple Emanu-El
(affiliati 140
Temple Israel al 266
Tifereth Isra 36
West Miami Jewish
ted n;8
Workmen's Circle Bea< h
[filiated)
Workn en's Circli I
GIRL1
182
21
26
9
148
33
175
102
45
54
7
26
110
88
27
20
181
253
52
TOTAL
286
42
56
15
409
56
425
218
85
116
13
ra
205
66
45
4<)
321
519
88
HEBREW SCHOOL
BOYS OILS TOTAL
164 55 219
77 28 105
47 30 77
49
206
36
158
56
161
18
67
61
56
130
18
50
5
27
3
69
5
25
1
4
6
33
67
256
41
185
59
230
23
92
38
65
62
>3
239 126 365
42 210
64

20
101 17
26
\
21
24
118
Jo
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">8
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1.77o 561 i
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PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
rnCF. IS HEREBY (JiVKN lhal
._.,. d, denlring t^rnsni
l. : i he flrtltloua name of
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICI
i-
the circuit court of the
,enth judicial circuit of
Irida. in and for dade
INTY IN CHANCERY. No. 1*0984
[,} H \P1.AN and
LUI U. CAPLAN, inn wife.
Plaintiff*,
llfERYN WIL0ON ORATT.
ii.iiiiiih and as Administratrix
t. Ritate of BDWARD E il.ATT.
, k i Edward B. (Ilatt. I'.
,1 iiM.it.' In' the Probate Court
H.k County, Illinois, No. MltM),
'HICK I \ Ul. VTT, his wife,
fc-MM' K lil.ATT, .IK, and
I K (il.ATT, hi.-, wife,
li.i \ fJLATT ATZ. n.k.a
|LYN ATZ. and DAVID s\ ATZ.
luslwi rt, .inil
I NKNOWN HEIRS OF
\i;|. i: OLATT, Sit., If any.
j am- nnd all other peraona, if
lel.iimini unv oatate. right, title
i in, i.r Hen U|>ou the real
iii herein deacrlbad, which la
I in Dada County.
uf Florida:
In Block I. of REACH VIEW
l-IUVISION, accordlns to the
thereof, recorded In flat Hook
IVige l-"i8, of the Public Record*
County, Florida.
I 'ef i-1,.III lit '
Inotice by publication
K \ rllKRTN WILSON C.I .ATT.
Individually and Adminlalratrlx.
, Baal '5th St.. Apt. 504
igo, Illinois
M M RICE lil.ATT and
| \i: \ OLATT, hl wife.
i i.ii-i.iii.r Ave..
HUnola
i !.\\ \i:l> B. lil.ATT, JR. and
-IIARI.KKNK lil.ATT. his rlfe,
- Shore Driva,
[ il-o. Illinois
I VKI.VN .il.ATT AT/ and
liAVItl S VTZ, her husband.
En. lid Ave .
igo, llllnola, mid
TIIH IWKNOWN HEIRS OF
HID E lil.ATT. Sit. if
y ., ,i ,,ir and all othai
,i,s ii mv, lalmlng am i
ht, title or interest In. or lien
uon the real property herein
rilieil. rthleh is bwated in
inty, State f Floi Ida:
|, in lllock 1. of HKAi H
i > i i: i n vision, according
Flat thereof, n.orded in
notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREII) GIVEN thai
the im lirsltn. .1. .1. sirlnS to encase in
hiudiien* Mnder the fuitllloux name of
ii _i;\!:i'i. i ,v n.i hum \.
.mi.'. Miami ReaTn,
rexistei raid name
t>!**:?#. nit .. uf ol
i Mac
lUIKi l: W. JtKIUiY
STH it UERRY
H1DNEY I.I ItnNSi IN
Attorney fur I'.oth 1'artl
in. Shvrelan.l tfilldliin, Miami, Floi Ida
7/15-22-9 > -
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE CO0WY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCEHY. No. 180769
WILLIAM J. MARTIN. Plaintiff.
\ a.
JOAN IDA MARTIN, Defendant
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOAN I HA MARTIN
Ml?" Franklin Avenue.
Flushing, I.oiik Inland, New York
Yo> .vuc. ill Hi.Hi KI..JI IREl) to
s. is.- a eojiy of your anawai to the
complaint for divorce filed herein on
the plaintiff's attorney. KICHAUIt
KRIEOER FINK. 1612-1! Coji^reM
Huildlng, Miami :IZ, Ftorlda. an I t
file the original In the office of'the
t'lerk of the above Four! on or be-
fore the 22nd day of July. 1*55; othar-
Wlae a default will be entered .iK.ilnst
you.
HATED: this 2Ut day of June. 1955.
K. It. LEATHERMAN. ,
Clerk of Court
B] WM. W. BTOCKIMO,
Deputy Clerk
S/24 7/1-8-15
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRERY fllVEN that
Ho- undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
buainesM undei thi fictlli'.i- n.inn- of
i Alts A" I'l 'I'l'i N at i S B. T'-Uli
Street. Miami. klorlda. Intends to reg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underpinned, ii.-.-iiin* to engage* In
bualnaaa undei the flctliloui name of
HELENS YORK, .ii B3l M.E. '-'nil
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to irg-
isti-i sail inline With tin- Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
HELEN YI'RKIEWITZ
WALTER \ 1 I 'KKIFW ITS
"iErMttlE (ilLBERT, BHU
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Attorney for Applicants
7/1-8-15-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HLBREHY OIVEN thai
the underatenea! di alt na to enjtaxe i"
l.iislii, s~ under th* fi.tltlou
HTFART'S Jl'VENlLE SlloK STORK
nnd HTl'ART I
io I w .i hlnal
lui fH Mlal
l .- IWi .*-:. ill n.i
aaPaauit
i- lot Ida
ni:i!i!KHT .N stkki.k, owner
I 7/1-8-13
LEGAL NOTICE
.,1 I'lCe |5S, of llle
..Is of Oade County,
I
Re
..,, h of you. are her.i bj
I ihai Complaint to Itcmove
ither Rellrf has been
! i y.ni, and you ate herjbj
|rH to erve a "pv jjt your An-
ii' itoad. Miami Beach, Florida.
| the onglnal Answer in the
of the clerk of the Circuit
on or bt-f.-re tha lat day of
> ,., default1 "f which the
ttions if -aiii I'oinplaint will be
confessed against you.
ITBD .t Miami. Hoi Ida. this 28
llf JUlle, l'.l.'ii.
i; It I.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
It. H. RICE. JR.
| Deputy Clerk
HOTICE BY PUBLICATION
[HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
(IDA IN ANO FOR DADE
CTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M9M
S RICH KKDSOH, Plaintiff.
E A. RICHARDSON.
Infendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIKI.KN A RICHARDSON.
ERNEST CHAPMAN
m |:..ulev.ird
I 11. ;;hts. New Jersey
[ i hereby n-.tifi. d that a Hill
fi'iiiplniiit for IMvoroe has been
against you, and you ar.
|il t.....rve a copy of your Answer
rndinx to the Hill of Complaint
. miff's Attorneys. HENRY
|AIN ..n.l ARTHCR D HF.iKKI.-
West Hagler Street. Ml-
and file the original
i or I'l. ailing in the offl< ol
perk if the Circuit Court 01
the 1st day of August.
)i: t.. I to .Io so. Judgment by dl -
"Hi be taken aaalnal yon for
I' demanded in the Hill '
notice shall be published once
k for four cons.-.iitive weeks
[UK .II'.WISH | I.OR1DIAN.
\M' OHDKRED at Miami.
| i. this .7th day of June, A 1 .
E. B. I.KATHKRMAN.
I'l.ik, Circuit Court,
i'ul.- i'aunt]. Florida.
w \l W. STOCKING.
It"1' Com >, ,ii Deputy Clerk
IltV M CAIN and '
Vn It |) DKCKKI.MAN
1 foi Plaintiff
[W l-'l.iKler St Miami. Florid*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. W 17B50
ELIZABETH E. CAPMAN. Plaintiff.
SHERMAN CI.KNN CAPMAN.
"'ndait.
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO. SHERMAN UL.fc.NA I c/o Ideal Hoofing & Sheet
Metal Works, Inc.
261 N K TSrd st Miami. Fla.
Yoti .ue bcreb) notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has I.....
iili'il against >ou. and you are :.
id to .opv of your Am a i
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorneys, RA8S-
Ni:n. MIDLER .k ROTH, 510 Brickell
Avenue. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answei or Pleading in the
offlca of the Clark of the Circuit
Court on or before tha Wth day of
July. 1955. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment b) default ni be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Hill of Complaint.
Tins notice shall t>. published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.oRIDIAN.
DONE AND OHDKRED at Miami,
Florida, tills 20 day of June. AD l'.'.'ni.
K B I.KA I'll KH MAN.
ci, rk, Circuit Court.
Dad* County, Klorlda
By JOAN CODRNOYKK
(Circuit Court Seal* Deputy Clerk
RASSNKR, MILLER ROTH
Aiioi in-\ s for Plaintiff
:.:,0 Hrickell Avenue, MUmi 32. Florida
t/2* 7/1-8-15 ^i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
CORAL OATE TERRACE ACTS, at
4218 Ponce de laon Blvd.. Coral Oab-
les. Dade County, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH OITTLEMAN
one-half Interest
HENNE OITTLEMAN
one-half Interest
NORMAN F. SOLOMON
Attorney for* Joseph c.lttleman
and Henne Ulttleman
1056 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Florida
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICR IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engai;. in
business under the fictitious nan.....f
HLL'B ATLANTIC A FA rVl'MENTS. at
778 Abbott Avenue. Miami Peach.
Florida. Intend, t" register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida
I.OIIS Sl'lloKM'.F.Ri:
ANNA KCHOWNnFJRO
ISRAEL H. MELLMAN
Mm.I.IE MELLMAN
SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorney for All Parties
21ii Shot-eland Kuildlnc. Miami. Florida
T 15-22-29 8/2
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
OADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
NO. 30395-B
RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLOTTE F HOLMES,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge aa Ancillary Admin-
istrator Cum Veslamento Annexo of
the estate of CHARLOTTJB F.
HOLMES, I. .eased; and that on tne
22nd day of July, 1955, I will apply
to the Honorable FRANK II. DOWL-
1NO. County Judge of Dade County.
Floi Ida. for approval of said final re-
port anil for final discharge as Ancil-
lary Administrator Cum Testamento
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS FfRREIIY OIVEN tli.it
the underalgned, desiring to engi
business under tin fictitious names "'
THE JEWISH FoRCM IEWIHH
AMERICAN l:i:oADi'AST!Ni; COM-
PANY, JEWISH AMERICAN AD-
VERTISING AGENCY; RELIOIOPH
BROADCASTING CONSL'LTANTH, .it
90t charhbei of Commerce Building,
Miami I u intend to register -si.l
names with the Clerk of the I
Court of Dade I'nunlv. Florida.
SIMON HEIDEN and
MARY SE1DEN
SHi:i,lM.N BDW MILS'
7/15-22-29 8 I
Amu*., of he EsUte of CHARLOTTE
I HOLMES, de. ised.
This 20th day of June. II
WILLIAM EDWARD FISHER
Ancillaiy Administrator Cum
Testamento Annexo
RICHARD KRIBOBR FINK
Attorin-N for Ancillary K.-tate
161 2-lfir.i Congreaa Hullding
Miami 32. Plo
6,24 T/l-l-ll ________________
NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE. IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nun. .,f
HAND TRADING COMPANY (NOT
INC.). at lnoi Dui'ont Hldg Intend
to i.glster said name with the Clerk
,.' tv... circuit Court of Dade county,
Florida. .
SIDNEY BAWD
AI.VIN HAND
LEONARD KAI.IStl
Aitoi nay foi Applicants
1...i Dui'ont Hldg.
7/K.-22-2 8/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nu'i'ii-R 1s HEREBY GIVEN
Hie Vtiiii islttii.d. dcvlrilac to engagn In
business undei the flctli ous nami
APPLIANCE MKRVICE CENTER
585 N W 29fTi^nrietlnteuds to i
tar -Mldi-itemi- wlfh'"tlie Clerk ol
fiAV'ID I MNC/Wiy* Sob ou r
7 I-8-15-J1 *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tha underalgned, desiring to engaj
bualneaa undei the fictitious nan
IN III: I' STATICS |o I HI SI' SEI*.\ -
ICE, at ITM N.W rath St Mia
|S|a Int. mis to regist.
with the c|. rk of the Circuit '
..f Dade Count) Flni Ida.
THOMAS COSANS. > '
6/21 7/l -K-i.j_______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I I
tin- uiulei signed, desiring to engage In
s under the fictitious nann
STl'AltT S JUVENILE SHOE STORE
anil BTUARTH SI'I'RI'Y SIKH
i in:; Washington Aveaue and 771.. C
liiis Ave, Miami Beach, int. nrl- i^
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. _
HERBERT N STEKLK. Owner
6,17-24 7/l- _____
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua nun.- of
i II \RRET CHEMICAL CO., at 619
Washington Avenue, Miami I
i-"iorida. Intend to reglstei said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
Dade County. Urn ids ..........
CHARLES TURK
HETTY TURK
TURK K- nkwma.s
ah..i nej foi Charbel Chi mlcal i >.
180 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha.
7/1-1-11 -'-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Rial
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nai......f
CAPITOL WINERY LTD., at 11"
N W. 'nil Street. Miami. Florida, in-
,i,l name with the
Clerk "I the Circuit court at Dade
County, i ,
WINE C >RP ( l FLORIDA,
a Florida corporation,
sol,- owner
ARONOVlTZ, AR" INOVITZ
CAID1N ,,
attorneys for Wine Corp. ot Hoiida
l i 18-89 I !
"M Pteotn mulAWCl COSOATK)M
m of Ml\M| |;f\(||
^HINGTON AVI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fbtltlous name of
PEGGY JEAN ORIGINALS, at 83
Mil Street, Miami. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Hoiida. ,.
JKAN lit IHillKR
HAZEL MERCUR
LEW MERCUR
WEPMAN WEPMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
407 Biscayne Uldg.. Miami. Ha.
7/1-8-1 ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OiYl.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Ol
H \ik' CONSTRUCTION at 10271 E
Hay Harbor DHve, Bay HfJJ0
Islands. Miami Beach 4(1. Flu I'
to register said name with the < I" k
of the Circuit Court Of Dade vouno.
n"r'dm- MIKE HA- KMYER
RHKLDON N I.E1.C1HK.
, ,. Mlk. Haekim.
I Hldg.. Miami. Florida
15_-28________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fJctiUoua g*"1'.0*
MEXICAN .ENS RES1
HAN'T, at 981 S.W. tli PlVOtl
Honda, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt of
Dade County. '1"*l*;u,Iv.vlr,v
MAI RICK CHAPONH K
HALVAIKR Q. VAL.LEJO
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for o* ners
2519 W. Flagler St.
7/I-U-22-I9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to angagi in
business Under the fictitious name of
PURCHASING HALES AND SERV-
ICE, at li.'7. S\V. nd Street. Dade
County. Horlda. intends to register
said name with the Ol. rk Ol the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Horlda.
LEW MERCUR, Sole owner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. H0629
PRIMROSE CAPITOL UURP... ,.,,
Plaintiff
DANIEL ^\ AVERY and
VIRGINIA R AVERT, his wife.
a/k/a VIRGINIA M AVERT.
' Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: VIRGINIA B. AVERY a/k/a
VIRGINIA M. AVERY
c/o Neva Jacobs
Route M'i. Brooklyn. Michigan
YOU ARE HEHKl'V NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Fore-
closure of Mortgage has been filed
against you. and you an required to
, ive a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing t" the Rill "f Complaint tor ore-
cloaure of Morbrage on the plai'
Attorney, GEoRSfe J- talianoi-i-.
4211 Uncoln Road, Miami Reach, Hor-
lda, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of July. IM. 1/ YOUJ
do so. judgment by default will be
Ulcen against >u for the relief munded In the Hill f Complaint for
Porecloeure of Mortgage.
Tni. ..,.,, ...hall I" published once
each week for lour consecutive weeki
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 35580 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL KI8HNER, Deceaaed
To All Credltoi and Ul Peraons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You. and each of son. arc hereby
notified and i..|.nred to present any
claims and demands whi. h YOU, OT
either ot you, mai have against th
,.,.:. of SAMUEL KISHNER, d
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
io tin- Honorable Count} Judaji
I .,,!.. County, and file the salne In
their office In the Count) I ourthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
,,,l.n.Ur months from the date Sf
the ftrat oubllcatton hereof. s..li
eUUrna or demanda t contain the
I. Hiil address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be hai'ied.
Date June 80th. AD 19jj.
b/ IDA FISHER
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
SAMUEL KISHNER,
11.. cased.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Administratrix
42u Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, na.
6/24 7/1-S-li
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32430
RE ESTATE OF
ABRAHAM RUBIN. IHsceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereb> given that I
have filed a final report anil petition
for Final Discharge is An.ill.iry A
ministiator of the -tate of ABRV-
HAM RFHIN. deieased: and that n
the 1st dav of August. 1950. will apt
to the Honorable PRANK B. BOWL-
ING, County Judge of Dade o
Florida, for approval of said
report and for final discharge .lv An-
cliter) Administrator of the Batati of
ABRAHAM RUBIN, deceased
This 1H day of June. 1955.
GEORGE J TAL4AN) F I'
Ancillary Admlnbitratoi
. iEORGE I TAI.I.XM'KK
~tate ..f Abraham R
i, ji 7/1-8-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ""*"
DRAPERY HOUSE, at M Almerla
Avenue. Coral Gables, ^rtdatatend.
to register said name rlth the eik
of the Circuit Court of Dade Lount>.
CORAL GABLES WHOLESALE CO.
sole owner _
ARONOVlTZ. ARONOVlTZ
Ai CAIDIN
Attorney! r>.i Coral t.abiea
Wholesale Co.
7/1-8-15-22 ________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II I
the undersigned desit ina I "
moil- na
II ,v S MUSIC CO., not ue at 1
N i: Bayshore Drlvi lnt< ad to
isi.-r ini name arlth tha Clerk ol
cir. uit Court of Dad. County. Fi.
NORMAN It R< KJERb'
M W P KN.'.Kl.
Mtoi ii.-v foi Not ii ii R RO|
'' __________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lb HEREBY Ol* I N
the undersigned, desiring lo i
business under the fli tit ions
BUNOCO BOULEVARD, at
cayne Hoiilevard. Miami. Hoii.I.i
tends to reglater said name with
Clark of the Circuit Court ol I
Count). Ii." Ida .......
QARWOOD o \\ i< ...in
individual proprtl
KURT WELL.I8CH. Attorney
1414 Congreaa Building. Miami. Hoo a
: t-u-n-n ___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY G1VKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name '
SUN SERVICE STATIONS, at 43.1
Ponce ile Leon Boulevard. < or 1
Gables, Horlda. Intends to register
-aid .Linn, with the Clerk of the Ci:-
, uit Curt of Dade County. Hortda
GARW individual pn-ptiet
K1RT WKI.1.1SCH. Attorney
1414-17 Congress Building. Miami, ria.
T S-1I-S8-M______
n The Jewish Elorldlan.
DONE AND OROERKD
at Miami.
,'iK!l',K^THEhMAN.
Circuit Court.
Florida
Clerk.
Dade County.
By R. H RICE, JR.
GEORGE 1. TALI VN'olF
Attorney for Plaintiff
6 -' 7/1-8-13______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
, r
Court of Dade County. 1-lot Ida.
I1KN TAKSIEIt. Sole own
GOLDMAN A. OOLDSTEIN
Attorney* 'or Registrant -,j.
2303 West Hagler St.. Miami, Florida
/24 I I _
NOTICE UNOEr. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned d< siring to engai
business under the If i>
HUNOCO GOULDS, al redera High-
Su and H W 228th Street, (loufds.
KioVida, Intends t .th the Clerk of the circuit i ourl of
my. Floi Ida.
tJARWOOD O WIGOIN,
Individual pi
KURT WELLIkCH. Alton
I4M-11 s Building. Miami
T I l'i-22-29_________________________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 111:1:1:1:1 OIVEN thai
ndei signed, d. siring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
FASHION FAIR, at 7'.'3 Blscayne
Hoolevard. Miami. 1 la Intends to
register aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
NAN MILLER (sole owner)
7/li-88-2 8/J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
the underalgned. dealrlng lo engagi In
Uualneai undei tha ftcUUoua narne ol
CARIBBEAN COURT AP M.
said
cull
MUNI'S, g| ITU A......tt A.
aim Beach. Honda. Intend to ri
name with the Clerk Ol hi
Court of Dade County, Hoi Ida.
l,ol is SCHOKNHERi
\NNA SCHi 'KN UKl:i;
ISRAEL II MELLMAN
Mol.l.li: MELLMAN
SIDNEY ErRONBON
Attornej foi All Fames .
ii bhoreland Building. Miami. 1
. 1 .28-M 8/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Mist
the undersigned, desiring to enga
business undei the ficttti ...
l^V HUE CORSET AND LINGERIE
SALON, al Mil 1 !' M"\ ,'"'l
. intends t" register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit 1 ourl
of Dade Counts. Hoi Ida.
IDA 8 BI'IELMAN. Ownel
SHAPIRO *: PRH B
Attorn* tppllcant
(.'' Lincoln 1:
8/24 I/l-a-U
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERRBT OIVEH that
the undei signed, desiring to .-ngag. In
bus.....as undei th fn tinous name of
SUNOCO GABLES, al ISO* Poni
I.,.,.11 lioiil.vard. Coral Gables. rTor-
i.ia intends to register aaW nanw
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da
County. Florida. _......_
QARWOOD O. WIGGIN.
Individual pn I<
Kl'RT WEI.1.ISCH. Attornes
nil Congreaa Building. Miami. Horlda
. > 15--'2-2'.t ^^^^
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a
Why don't you tell them the good news, Baron?"
"Great. Leonard. I've been looking forward
to the pleasure of our announcing that Miami
Beach Federal is ready to start its new 14-story
building right here on Lincoln Road and
Washington Avenue. And. aside from being
the tallest office building in Miami Beach, it
will be the most modern financial institution
in this pan of the country. Folks will feel it and
know it when they see the plans."
"Baron's right, George. This breathtaking
modern structure will be an inspiring symbol
of the thrift and confidence of the people of
our community."
"What do you think, Sam?"
"I'm excited about it! These plans for the
building represent even more than steel, alumi-
num and cement. They represent people .
and their investments in insured sa\ings with
Miami Beach Federal."
"And also. Baron, most important right now
is the news of the comenient new temporary
main office which has just been completed at
1611 Washington Avenue."
"Are we set to move there on Mondav,
July 18th. Baron?"
"Yes, Leonard, we're all set. On Monday,
July 18th, our main office will be completely
mo\ed from Lincoln Road and Washington
Avenue to 1611 Washington Atenue. just a
half a block south.The same friendly personnel
will be there."
"What about our branch offices?"
"That's a good point. George. Our North
Shore branch at 71 st and Harding Ave. and the
South Shore branch at 665 Washington Ave.
w ill continue to serve those folks who enjov the
comeniencc of their facilities and location."
"Right. One point I know you'll all join me in
is thanking everyone for the tremendous con-
ftdence they have placed in M iami Beach Federal
over the years. They ha>e made all this possible
and they're really the big news today."*
* Conversation at a recent Miami Beach
Federal Board of Directors meeting. Left
to right: Sam R. Becker, Executive Vice
President and Secretary; Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, President; W.George Kennedy,
Vice President; Leonard L. Abess, Vice
President and Treasurer.
Miami Beach's oldest and largest savings
institution, currently paying b% p*r
annum dividends on insured savings.
MIAMI BEACH
FEDERAL
AVINOO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
71 st and Harding Avenue
Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue
moving soon to 1611 Washington Ave.
665 Washington Avenue V
FREE PARKING AT ALL OFFICES