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The Jewish Floridian ( July 22, 1955 )

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liB\wiislbJEIIiD!Pidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ME 2y—Number 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 22. 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS LEGATION REVEALS VIEWS IN SURPRISE MOVE wmit Meeting At Geneva Sets Stage For Soviet Statement On Iron Curtain Jewry %  ii hi '" i' p 'A Is The inir 1 b %  ED NATIONS (JTA)—For the first time since i u-hment of the United Nations, the Soviet dele• i ere disseminated to the press Tuesday a statement ish religious life in the Soviet Union. The stated not touch upon the liquidation of Jewish cultural n>. in the USSR, nor did it make any mention of of 'missing" Jewish writers in Russia, or about at ion of life in Biro-Bid jan which was proclaimed h autonomous region more than 25 years ago. statement, which was circulated on the eve of the df the Big Four meeting in Geneva, attracted n in United Nations circles, was written by M. will who was not identified by the Soviet delegatl whose name has never before appeared in public. : (.f the statement reads: zens of the Jewish nationality are found amongthe inhabitants of cities and villages in different regions of the Soviet Union. Religious Jews attend prayers at the syna gogues and observe the rituals prescribed by their religion. Synagogues are always well attended on Passover. Shev uoth. Rosh Hashonah. Yom Kippur, Succoth and othr religious holidays and at Yizkor. "In the Soviet Union, the Jewish faith enjoys the same rights as the Russian Orthodox Church and other churches and religions. Adherents of the Jewish faith in the USSR have their religious societies or communities. Synagogues or prayer buildings have been placed at the disposal of these-communities by the local administrations and they have all the necessary facilities for prayers and for the performance of rituals. If a Jewish religious society has been organized in a district where no special building is available for a synagogue, the society may apply to the local authorities for a special building for a synagogue, or for a land allotment for the construction of a synagogue, this allotment being provided free of charge. "The religious society has the right to lease premises for a synagogue from the local authorities or from private owners. The only condition required for the organization of a Jewish, or any other religious society in the USSR is that there be no less than twenty members. The Jewish religious societies have their own shochtim, mikvahs, etc. Before Passover the state designates special bakeries in places with a large Jewish religious population for baking matzohs for sale. Especially appointed religious observers are required to sanction the use of the matzohs as ritual bread. Those who desire may bake matzohs at home. Continued on Kao* 5 A listork Negev-Yarkon Pipeline Opened In Spedal Ceremony 1 Three-Year Task Cost $40 million} Will Pump Three Billion Gallons Of Water into Israel's Southland By Special Correspondent as* ***4k ana Carmel, Miss Israel entry in the Miss Universe compeihon at Long Beach. Cal., arrives at New Yoik International ^irpen aboard an El Al Israel Airlines Constellation. Born in 1 in. China. Miss Israel, just turned 19, speaks English !" h an American accent absorbed from her American tutor. ROSH HA'AVIN. ISRAEI^-I saw a dream come true in Israel. Together with 15 directors of community campaigns affiliated with the nationwide United Jewish Appeal who arrived Monday from the U.S., I stood in a vast amphitheatre overlooking a crumblirtg Crusader fortress and watched the President of Israel. Itzhak Ben-Zvi. Tuesday open the 66-mile-long Yarkon-Negev pipeline, Israel's version of the Colorado River project. Behind this ceremony lay not only years of earth-moving work, but also a vision—the vision that the desert wastes of the Negev. half of the land of Israel, could be turned into a blossoming land of pros perous farms, thus strengthening this young democratic outpost in the Middle East. I saw the vision become fact. I saw the giant valves turn and the water flow swiftly southward to make possible the irrigation of another 50.000 acres in man's endless war against the desert, thereby giving thousands of refugees the priceless chance to live a life of freedom as independent farmers, and Israel the opportunity to multiply its production of cotton, flax and sugar beets to move closer to economic self-sufficiency. A shore decade ago even the vision would have seemed ludicrous. In 1945. only three years before Israel was born, not a single permanent agricultural settlement existed in the huge triangle of the Negev. In 1946 the first small step to reclaim this wilderness were made when the' Jewish Agency, aided by the funds raised in communities across the United States through the United Jewish Appeal, established a half dozen settlements in the Negev and built a tiny, six-inch irrigation pipeline. Still, when the State of Israel was born, there were only a few hundred farmers in the Negev vastness. Then from the end of 1948 on came mass immigration and the crying need to feed the newcomers and to turn these refugees from European DP camps and the ghettos of Moslem lands into productive citizens. The drive to settle the Negev began and by this year there were 65 agricultural villages in the Negev with more than 10.000 farmers working the soil When the rainfall was right their Continued on Page 11 A Negev-Yarkon pipeline workmen hack away at earth made sterile by thousands of years of alien neglect. 1>"S NAZIS COLLABORATED WITH MM astner Defends His Role in Hungary WIV (JTA)—Dr. Israel former head of the HuntatWb Hescue Committee been accused of collabo1 th the Nazis during the J"—and whose case precipitatP> the dropping of the General Si-mists from the Israel Cabinet •his week made a lengthy report on his role in Hungary during the Nstl occupation. Ha said mi he hopes to clear his same when he appears in court July 31 to testify on a complaint against him. •it was not I who collaborated with the Germans, but some Germans, particularly the Nazi leader Col. Kurt Becher who collaborated with me," he stated. He insisted that not only had he and his rtrf 1 —r*** "done nothing against Jewish interests, but (we) wrote an heroic chapter of devotlon and sacrifice which deserves •a) appreciation." Noting that some newspapers chiefly the organs of the Mapam and Communist Parties — had demanded he be tried as a Nazi collaborator, he said that he had planned to write a book on the Jewish tragedy in Hungary but had postponed it for ten years to enable him to have Continued en Patje 2 A Negev-Yarkon pipeline, historic undertaking which opened July 19. stretches into the far distance of what will one day be fertile hills and valleys.



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I +Je*lstr**M** r rRlDAY.JULYa PAGE 2 A Kastner Defends His Role in Hungary Continued from Page 1 A 111 • %  "i eventand ... I clc'.v;,itner said that ho had %  ^reat ambitions to save the Jews." therefore he had joined 1941 This underground, he, ., 1941 This undergorund. he noted, had helped Jews in all partol Europe to find shelter somewhere. Many thousands of Polish. S t..kian and Czech Jews had been saved by thimovement. he ( added It was "natural" that when the (.ermans occupied Hungary that h" — a member of the Mapai p ar ty—hou!d be added to the res cue committee which represented most of the Zion^t parties. This committee. Dr Kastner said, decided to negotiate with the Germans on the basis of trading Jewish lives for money This approach permitted the committee to gain time for its other activity-, -uch as forging documentand providing funds for refugees from "'her countries. The situation under the Nazis in Hungary differed from that in Poland or Russia. Dr. Ka-stner insi-ted The Hungarians m the rural areas were hostile to Jews and w.uted lor the moment when they could loot the Jews' property. In addition, there was no underground with which contact could be maintained. According to Dr. Kastner the rescue committee's activities—spe cifically the negotiations with' Becher and Himmler — were re-' sponsibie for the saving of 15.000 Jews through their transfer to Vi-i enna. the saving of 80,000 of Buda-1 pest's 170.000 Jews through forged, documents and shelter in friendly I homes, and the saving of 1.600 more on a train heading for the Belsen camp and the saving of many thousands in various camps. Charge for Unveiling Notices Beginning with its issue of July 1, The Jewish Floridien will charge five dollars for the insertion of unveiling notices in its columns. Announcement of this new policy has been the result of increased production costs and the premium placed upon space availability. Many English Jewish newspapers throughout the nation adopted this procedure some time ago, and The Jewish Floridian has withheld from charging for unveiling insertions as long as possible in line with its desire to give readers maximum service. Colored Doy Workers $6 Fare High Type Domestic Moid* High School Girls os Mother's Helpers, SIS Fore Kitchen Men, Hotel Porters Ace Employment Service PHONE v sen' ^__ S. J. In-tMlm, M. Replim, JHfltEW BOOK STlj I 417 Washington At Mio* J Mioaji Between Fourth ond f jfii, tH HEBIEW RUIGI0US SUPPLIK I for Synagogues and Private i Atso for Hebrew School, 0*"'ED "C1B Telephone JE 1-9017 •iSRAfl CftriFiCflU I El CHICKEN SOUP David Dubinsky, president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union, is shown above with students at the Histadrut vocational school, "International House," near Haifa, during his first visit to the State of Israel. Dubinsky. one of the top Jewish labor leaders in America, spent ten days in Israel as guest of Histadrut. the Israel labor federation. ICTION Call 2-1776 Member of B'nal frith :, STATEMENT OF CONDITION foe of June 30, 7955: ASSETS Cash on Hand and in Banks $1,842,212.16 First Mortgage Loans 5.532.164.03 ? Loans on Savings Accounts Federal Home Loan Bank Stock Furniture. Fixtures and Eguipment-Net Deferred Charges and Other Assets .... 139.856.74 100.000.00 27.860.26 19.127.78 TOTAL S7.661.220.97 CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES Savings Accounts $6,425,371.43 Fhvrhl, iatisfyitt, Wrtk /Utrfro/i 'JMct'Otor Distributed by PALM DBTHIBUTOHSJNC. 14 NX. 24th SL, Miami 37. Flo. Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ NU A' —at -*^ 1—11 CMIE5E Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank Loans in Process Other Liabilities General Reserves and Surplus 500.000.00 482.550.13 75.355.55 177.943.86 TOTAL $7,661,220.97 Citizens Federal Savings ., Makes... Monthly-Payment First Mortgages on improved property \\ ^cca/jt"^ i 1\ ^AMCOT^V; A S T | U R • : CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMlIllACH < • } Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD (nfrence on Washington Avtuu* Phone JE 8 7425 1329 IISCAVNE IOULEVARD Across from Sears free Porltiaf in tear Phent 12 20


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JAY. JULY 22, 1955 +JewlstincrkHan PAGE 3 A rge Use of Law Fighting Bigotry I'ORK o that the rights of ,-t equally affected by legal ..,;:< > taken in defense of any Cific recommendations in• • following: That Jewish community relaneies engage in activities [ to prevent discrimination n> group; 2. that Jewish jimu: ity relations agencies give i % %  to measures designed to \ %  civil liberties; 3. that i stages or lack of faciliI to intensify discriminaii employment, bousing or L •'. measures to expand optur.ities and facilities are a lp r concern of Jewish agencies. \ when a social welfare bill inrt.ng. (and) there is a qucsw h e t her Jewish agencies liihl upport inclusion of a proin t'i insure that it is adminre.I without segregation or h urmof discrimination i.. isfon to insist or not to inon tJch provisions be made on k- t\ ca-f basis in the light of } ,ie^ involved; 5. that upport efforts to move procedural bawiors. rOOBS t'&z'A AJ MATUI Stnd your favorite recipe to The Jewish Floridian, together with your name and address. If you have a recent photograph, you may include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear in this column, you will be presented with a copy of "The Book of Jawish Recipes." Containing 500 koshar racipes and a Foreword on the principles of cookery. '/ WANT Y MUX // and be sure W% FLORIDA DAIRIES HomoGtmm Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Deere Protected TEL. 2-2921 Greater Miami Delivery In Israel today there is gradually emerging an Israeli cuisine. But. because Jews from many lands have brought their food customs along to the New Land of Promis' and Ancient heritage, there are many varieties of meat dishes. For instance. Iamb breast. Sephardic Jews combine lamb with rice in many ways, but thcr's nothing more delectable than the following i Sephardic recipe for Rice Filled Lamb Breast 1 breast of lamb, average size •^ cup cooked rice 1 teaspoon salt Dash of pepper or paprika 1 onion, diced or grated 3 or 4 tablespoons crushed pine nuts (pecans or peanuts will do) 2 tablespoons minced parsley 4 tablespoons olive oil or other vegetable oil 2 cups boiling water Trim off some of the bits of fat from the meat and chop fine. Cut a pocket in the lamb breast for filling. Combine cooked and well drained rice, seasonings, onion, nuts and minced parsley. Fill the cavity or pocket in the meat and close the opening with wooden toothpicks or metal skewers. Brown lightly on all sides in some of the oil, using a large frying pan. Dust lightly with flour to prevent the oil from spattering all over the kitchen. When the filled meat is browned, dust generously with flour on all sides and place it in a roasting pan. Add a half cup of boiling water at a time, every 15 minutes while roasting the meat at 350. Allow 26 minutes per pound or till nicely browned. Yes, by all moans use the oil in the frying pan to grease the roasting pan, also to brush top of meat. We're opposed to waste of any kind! Be sides, it adds UP tp> a browner crusted ruoat of lamb breast! Serve this dish with tomato sauce and call it "American version." but give credit to our Sephardic brethren for a tasty dish. Serves 4. • • • Midsummer Salad Dessert 1 medium size fresh pineapple 1 pound sweet cherries, pitted 2 bananas, thinly sliced 8 or. creamed cottage cheese 2 tablespoons sugar Dash of salt l 4 cup coarsely chopped pecans or walnut* 1 4 Cup mayonnaise type dressing 4 tablespoons sour cream 2 tahlesooons confectioners' Lettuce Trim pineapple, cutting out all "eyes." Slice down center lengthwise then cut each half lengthwise for easier handling. Cut away hard core from each of the four sections. Slice into quarter inch thick wedges. Combine with sliced bananas and pitted cherries and chill in the refrigerator while preparing remaining ingredients. Combine cheese, sugar, salt and chopped nuts. Form into cheese balls the size of walnuts or smaller, allowing at least two per serving. Arrange lettuce leaves on 4 to 6 serving plates. Place some of the mixed fruit combination in the center of each and top with cheese balls. Combine mayonnaise with sour cream and confectioners' sugar and spoon over top of salads or serve separately. Serves 4 to 6. Variations: Canned pineapple, diced or cut slices, may be used instead of the fresh fruit. Use the syrup in place of sour cream for a dressing, omitting the cheese balls for Fleishig meals. Add nut halves for added calories if you must. Three Musketeers Of the Housewife Aid in Cleanliness People have probably read or heard about the three musketdis. characters created by the well known French writer Alexandre Dumas These three mu keteers were linked together by the strongest bonds of friendship. They u< re always ready to go through thick and thin for each other, their slogan being "One for all and all for one." In m'-dern life we can speak of three other musketeers. There are three famous products of the Colgate-Palmolive firm — Ajax, Vel and Fab. 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,,**' /AGE 4 A +jmis*fk£***!L—= vjenist flcrtfi^rt .very Friday .Inc. 1927. by tha J.wl.H 12C N E. Sixth Street, Miami 1.,Jf' 0 ^". tctnd-elau matter July 4. 1830 at the P*J FRIDAY, JUL Y 211 During The Week ... A I S* € By LEO MINDLIN OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street d hjjung Mr Bitter back on the podium S unda j OFFICE and ^ ^^ __ ^^ ^ ^ ^ audl ,or.um.JJ.tat withJheappear,*'j ruth Ka-hof two guest conductors since the beginning of the summer n !" T^Tn^^ S d pnnted COM* %  dwdtiata to fl etattyy, 1 w S SUBiC One Year R I P T I S3 00 0 N RATES Two Vear. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher Volume 2 q LEO MINDLIN News Editor __ Friday, July 22. 1955 Ab 3. 5715 A New Voice Rises Among the Nations President Eisenhower is now in Geneva with Western leaders hard at work to iorqe a means of thawing out the cold war. As the world waits hopefully for possible evidence of reconciliation between the communists and free people everywhere, all eyes are turned on him— and on the leaders of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It should be apparent by now, however, that the U.S. and Russia do not constitute the sole participants in this awesome arena. While in effect the Soviets represent the nations behind the Iron Curtain, and America is cast in the role of spokesman for the Western countries, there will yet be a third voice at Geneva—a voice presumably identified with the democracies but intent on forging human destiny on its own terms. This voice is the voice of West Germany— a nation divided after being destroyed during World War II and risen aaain in one brief decade to recapture a leading European role. Representing the West German Republic. Dr. Lest the President Forgets Leading Jews in the American community have requested President Eisenhower to deliver a message to Marshal Bulganin during the current Geneva meeting of the Big Powers. These Jews have asked the President to remind Bulqanin of the 2,500.000 unfortunate Jews trapped behind the Iron Curtain—Jews v/ho must avoid expressing their spiritual and cultural heritaqe because "hard core cosmopolitanism" will not be tolerated in the communist world. We know that Mr. Eisenhower's role at Geneva is a difficult one and that his mind is heavily burdened by the enormously long list of grievances which must be erased if East and West are to co-exist in peace and harmony. But we certainly hope that the President does not forqet the request made of him by the American Jewish leaders. Their concern for their fellow Jews is not a narrow, reliqious matter. It strikes at the heart of communist philosophy—at the core of the Russian campaign against human freedom and individual dignity. While we don't expect Mr. Eisenhower to change communist philosophy in one brief sitting at Geneva, we do believe it will speak well of the West il he tells the Russians to let the Iron Curtain Jews emigrate. Moses was less interested in Pharaoh's personal creed than in advising him to let his people go. President Eisenhower can strike a blow for democracy if he suggests to Marshal Bulganin that the Soviet should do likewise. the arrival of yet a third -the man whoa* udartly ,Bway.n K backj 150,1 vitwrotwly s^ sawing.shoulders haye attracted., sought ily it*, m ~~~^~ of local music lovers during p**t year*. And then I was becoming sorely fatigued by the foolishne, Number I .. Cfin ,p lls| ,„ m >" for tap dancer and orchestra, typewriter and orch, and a host of other musical things created to be sacrificed on thei of %  summer concert goer's good humor and relaxed aesthetic a, bility Summer theater as artistic effort, straw circuit news rtv* relies principally on standard dramatic fare and forays only on occ* into off beat productions to temper for July and August what otherwise be unusually heavy activity. Adenauer will be accorded a degree of respect only second to that which the Russians are preGuflrJ f Down ,„ Summer Time rxned to pay our own government. | BUT POP concerts often seem to be the repository of all that, Solidly identified with the West, Dr. Aaebo excused in mus i ca l art. I have no notion of what prompts nauer and Bonn must nonetheless be regarded


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IV. IUIY 22, 19SS +Jm*l*tnt*k**r PAGE 5 A iets Issue Statement on Jewish Religious Life ,ntinud from Pa 1 A feign visitors interested in Lux of the Jewish religion in fcsit usually visit the synaNo one in the Soviet Union Ires with religious Jews in nance of the rituals preby the dogmas and traditions of their faith. The right of Soviet citizens to profess any re ligion, or none at all is guaranteed. "The Jewish religious societies in the Soviet Union have no central governing body. Nor was there any before the revolution. Each society conducts its activities independently under the leadership of an elected Txecutive board, auditing committee and rabbi. In practice, however, the rabbis of neighboring synagogues get together to discuss religious questions of general significance. "All the leaders of the Jewish religious communities in the Soviet Union, rabbis and religious Jews take part in the nationwide movement for peace. Prayers for peace are offered in the synagogue. In their sermons the rabbis urge the congregations to conduct an active struggle for peace. The rabbis of the biggest Jewish religions communities in the Soviet Union — Rabbi S. M. Schleifer of Moscow, Rabbi Panich of Kiev, Rabbi Diment of Odessa, Rabbi M. Masliansky of Riga, Haham K. V. Yeliashvili of Kutaisi, Rabbi Berger of Minsk, Rabbi I. Rabinovich of Vilna and Rabbi Vorkul of Kovno—published an appeal in the press urging Jews the world over to join with millions of people who protest against the threatened u-e of atomic and hydrogen weapons. 1 I ** CUTS OR* EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN '"LAUNDRY /'"BATH ROOM m FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES & Yes, Kosher ond Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Bum" to hands with VEL • AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain I $ FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any any other leading product, plus — not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps. te



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PAGE 6 A MsUkridtoiL FRIDAY. lLYi Elinor Blumenthi Weds Med Student Dr. i nd Mn v yi 'ur M. Bl i menthal announce tii' marriage I their daughti r, The. • Marti] Mi-. Jacob Wolff, New City. The 2 p.m. wedding took place Sunday. Jut) r Rabbi B Leoi Hu ti d A rec< ; lion 11 I The bride wore a white cv .. i whil • i n of %  i i • Ti %  mother won red dn ss wil print The mother wore n-blue dress. Both wore Donald G. Rosenberg, the ID'S fraternity brother, wai best man. Mr. and Mrs. Wolff will make their home at 640 Valencia, (oral Gables. In September, they will be at home in Atlanta. Ga., where Mr. Wolff will begin his junior \ear at Emory University medical school. Mr Wollf is past president .1 Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity and is a member oi Phi Delta EpsilOD medical fraternity. Steinberg Rosenthal PERSONAL S P E A K 11| I-AC I;MIV Vows Mai 1 1? "'"" married Sunday jul, io m ti pm reremonte* i|( it. Hi Sholom Barbara Estelle \ in Miami after a UWHWS with Miss Shirm s at Rabbi Mot riV'skop spiritual leader of Coral ,,. r )f Mr and Mn : v.,11 Center, officiated, j hoff. in their sumrrn uine| ||,e bride is the daughter of, dersoavtU*, N.C Her panng e 1323 Euclid j and Mrs. tauis Adlcr M, aml ave The groom's parents are the to llendersonville to pickM rnthals. 1555. Jefferson up. They made Southern states prim turn home. it \ isitinK Ml I >ur of to their] l-yon.ofj M I [ho, i;. ;<>r\\ Bat ; Mitchell vu Mr. m %  hal is a BlackstOM Flow.; >hopj, I High School, San Diego. Cal \ mistration Mrs Evelyn B H, ed 10 M'n.u TI, in I he I S Air pi-n.l • I \ iilowed Ihe ceremonj dreti. .Janet and -it Mr and Mrs. Chai are vacationin tel With th< %  H Pcrlo, of < Harraek is a not, Dehaj 1 ft Mr.l at ,1 Unong out-of and composer. town • ..., re Harrj Rosenthal, i %  ;-. from Brook NY and Sidney Rosenare vacationing with it Rabbi and Mrs B I'likint Mrs. Theodore M. Wollf Mis. Bar nett Kotenlhal thai, an uncle, also ol brooklya. I Uowing a motor trip North. the OOCplfl will rc-ide at 541 Rugby id.. Brooklyn. 'GIVE ME YOUR TIRED' Women s Knowledge of Emma Lazarus Faulty, Writer Believes Miss A1 perl to Live In Atlanta After Sept. 1 Wedding d>>ne nothing to put the beautiful I and splendid literary' essays of this talented woman into circulation again Nona of our litter,,ry groups or intellectual circles have taken -t< pi to restore to its rightful place the work of this gifted exponent ol Jewish ideas and ideals, who, incidentally, was By BERNARD G. RICHARDS Seven Arti In one of my several capacities, I answer a lot of inquiries about Jewish affairs, and now to add to my trouble-. I am receiving some questionabout a monument which, according to a press announcement, is to be erected to the memorj ol Emma Lazarus, by the a,s0 "'"' "' lhe P"""' ,,r Zionists in Federation of Jewish Women's Or-| ho United States and dreamed of a ^ganizations One person who occasionally writes for the Jewish -. had thi impression that the memorial was already being built and inquni d aboil! th< I location It was quite natural that Jewish I in the historj and fate of their people should PI •' in the life of the Jewish national restoration even bef< re the advent of Dr. Herzl. To talk ol I monument without doing something to republish the work of Emma Lazarus, is i prepos terous idea Athings stand today, the coming generation does not i.i/e the name and any monument will only serve to mock her memory and "bear witness to a Sept 4 is the date set for the wedding of Miss Ann Alpert. daughter of Mrs. Louise F. Alpert. 985 Bay dr. Miami Beach, and Norman H. Diamond, son of Mrs IV.-ie Diamond. Atlanta, Ga.. and the late Eugene Diamond. The r„ide-elect is a graduate of'cago Sunday, where he wili I 'heir at the Carib motel KabhiJIa is Zamora Jewish I leader. it it Vacationing at the Sun City: tel are Mr. and MrMax man. oi 2390 Coral Way. it -fir it Mrs. Morris H. Lcvine. of SW llth ave, and children, and Norman, have returned a trip to New York, where visited relatives and inendsfij it it Rev. Leo Heim is leaving for( poetess, the courageous dc-! c razc f r demonstration and publender ol our people and devoted friend of the immigrants who were Miss Rose Benson Benson, Stein Troth Revealed igement of Rose Julie Bendriven to our shores i>> the oppressions ol Russian Czardom. But such interest should not be so artificial and perfunctory as to confine itself to outward demonstration instead Ol inner study and reflection. As 1 pointed OUl on a previous sion, leaders of Jewish women's organizations have, from time son to Herbert Stern is announced to time, appeared at meetings with by the parents of the bride elect, paperwhich they read on the MrEmma Benson, I33u Pennsylwork and achievements of Emma vania ave., Miami Beach, and Louis|Lazarus, and large numberBenson, ol Ne York. The bridetheir fellow members in atte licity. Such iour monumental neglect of Emma Lazarus, that it remained for a group of alienated Jews who are antagonistic to basic Judaism to reprint a few of Mi-Lazanis's poems. In a hook called "The World ol Kmma Lazarus," by H K Jacob, which was published bj Schocken Books in 1949. the story was told of an attempt which the present writer made to bring the Miami Beach High School and a cum laude graduate of the L'niver sity of Miami. She was a member of Alphi Epsilon Phi social sorority, Nu Kappa Tau. highest woman's honorary. Alpha Sigma t'psilon. leadership fraternity, and Gamma Alpha Chi, advertising sorority. She inow employed as an as-i-tant i -iver in sportswear. Mr. Diamond graduated from Atlanta Boys' High School and Emory University, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity. He is a member of Fulton Masonic Lodge. Yaarab Shrine Temple. Aha\ ith Achim Synagogue and a member ol its board of trustees. B'nai B'nth and the Progressive Club. He Iaffiliated with a life insurance agency. The Wadding will take place at Miami B"ach and the couple will n side in Atlanta. in study leading degree. to a RaMM Miss Lieberman's work of this poetess into circula I pianCC Al tended tion again That attempt was then', ^ rtltt.lKjeU of frustrated by circumstances which ; S\TaCllSC ?l"livf>l*itv nd I Mr. Jacob fully explains, but his | *„, lw .. ^H N groom is the -on of Mr and Mrs ance na%c undoubtedly applauded book, which enjoyed considerable Max Stun, Brooklyn. t h,. Ne lectures and taken part in circulation, should, in itself, have Mr man. Mill Phyllis tiermM Rose graduated Beach High School plans to attend the ing at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospiwork ,„ her work has becn ou Qf print for many years and that and Mrs Finest I. Lieber-j 75 Blue rd.. (oral Gables,! from Miami following discussions It has. how mrvad to call attention to a shame' i"""u,"'' ,h 1 e u ( n K a (, ment of their I last June and ever nol occurred to anv of the '"' condition. There has lately "• uiu,, '' r "Wills S. lo Irwm School Of Nursadmirt>rs of tho p(l ,, u >s ,,,.,, h( r been somewhat of a revival of w mM tal. ture But this Jewish literamanifestation has ice. The hndegroom a graduate of among other writings the two volnot ••"tended far enough t.> pre Long Is'.nd College of Pharmacy. umes of her complete poetry Ithe vent the hollow gesture ol a monuHe pla,-Mo start his own business rares t set of bookto find anvment to the forgotten singer of I his military senwhere. To pay tribute to a writer Israel. and not to read her work is the As a matter of fact, there i%  emptiest ol all gestures. We have monument to Kmma lwaruwhich talked and praised and eulogized lights up the great harbor of Ncu her now tor some thirty years and v rk an(l greets ever) newcomer to our land It ithe Statue of Liberty on which is ngraved her im | mortal hyman to the New World Mr Weissman is son of Mr and MrDavid Weissman, 3211 sw I8th st He attended Syracuse I'm Wrsjtj lhe br.de elect attended the University of Miami. Caseworker to Speak Mrs. E telli Sudnow, caseworker caH*d '"lhe New Colossus." The -e immortal wordwill continue to fh | at the Jewish Family Service, will lM peaker and discussion rin through the ages and will be leader .i a teenage problems workremembered longer than any new ared by the B'nai B'rith memorial which may now be plan i luth Organization on Friday 2 ncf : p m at the BBYO office, 223 East Fla: ler i Anniversary for Mi. ond Mrs. Jacob Reibel, 2158 SW 14th ter.. wes observed Monday, when they completed 59 years of wedded life. They were married in New York City, moved to Miami last August from Cleveland. They have one daughter, Mrs. Joe Morris, who lives in Miami, three sons, eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Keep, ancient land-. >our -torled pomp' cries -he With s||e„t Ups, <;,,,,. ,,„, >()Ur tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me. 1 left my lamp beside the golden door! Frances Goldberg Plans for July :{(> Mrs. Albert Gofcpj^, ()f ^ M Alton rd Miami Beach, and l)e'"''V'" 1 "'"""• ementof *" %  '•'I rbara. to """"I Rosenben of DatroH .* Wde-elec! graduated from Wdeg' m is a nl 1 ers'ty of Detroil "ate 11 toe |ulv BeVgman Wedding JvuELX" *W legman. Philadelph.a. i Miff rrmmcti #•!•' the 30 Hechl Birth Dr and Mrs Hyman HedA 3783 SW 27th ave.. announce birth of their eon, July 8 at Mercy Hospital G !" parents are Mr. and Mrs r I man, 3770 SW 2ath Rev and Mrs. Samuel HaeW. !*."':";!:': rjISS Baron Scott Miller law Mr. and Mrs. Max BerBm -Jj •* w in uJtemi D an, Mr. .nd Mr*. 0tahoa y-'f\ 4271 Alton rd.. Miami Beaj* nounee the birth id their Baron Scott, on June 29 Francis Hospital.



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tY. IULY 22, 1955 I wUt n prMPyn PAGE 7 A :#_ ,4 ;£! .it Judge George E. Holt signs the 1955 Mention Corporation Charier for the sh War Veterans of the United States. ing culminates months of work by JWV preparation for the national veterans' encampment which will be held in Beach Oct. 24 to 30. Looking on are (left to right) Louis Phillips, legal officer; Daniel Neal Heller, third vice president; Victor Freedman, secretary; Mrs. Bernard Koloff. liaison officer for the Ladies' Auxiliary; Maurice "Doc" Klein, second vice president; andHarry Cohen, president. Completes in Fleetwood largest dry wood termite fujob ever attempted was ("iiipleted on the Fleetli I, Miami Beach, by the terminating Company, acIto Bernard Kolkana. manOrkin'a Miami branch. Ir'leetwood hotel on Miami he explained, "presented |mi-ii;il problems for drytrmite fumigation. are well over one mill< feet ol -.pace in the hotel le filled with special acry|Thi~ new type of gas was [thai the fumigation could without necessitating bval ol woolens, rugs and I ils which are normal\ :it to move. one of the more I I i indows and other had to be covered with paper and masking tape, | problem arose, losing of the windows was shed by use of special chairs and long ladII duty firemen who are ex> Drywood termite fumigation job by Oikin recently complated at Fleetwood hotel, Miami Beach. wood tcrmintes as well aj all othei types 'f tDMCtl and other pests, were killed. '•The great facilities of the Or kin organization were very helpful in completing this job. Special technical representatives from the Orkin home office were present during the work, to give their as sistance. "The work on the Fleetwood hotel was completed with excellent i„T W r„ r „ k ',h ., ^"h^ N..ur P a,,y ,heow„ trs o. ,ho property received the same guarantee surety bond which is given on all Orkin drywood termite fumigation jobs. "Termites are swarming now. Every home owner should be sure that termites are not attacking his home." |l.")iloi.r hotel building was |' thief." brother, unable to bear I lied to bury himself I'nited States. But men out the strange let: red re-tlessly. and \ full of bitterness, died 1 : buried in a forgotten' other brother said, "I can't, } %  from the fact that I I I will stay here in • r | win back the respect t ^libers and myself \ l% yean passed he built ''ation for Integrity. One Granger MW the old man **><• letters branded on his ,d He asked a native what they signified. "It happened a great while ago," said the villager. "I've forgotten the particulars, but I think the letters are an abbreviation o' saint." • • • According to Eddie Cantor, there ire three kicks in every dollar. The first, is when you make it. tlje second is when you have it, the third is when you give it away. CAROLYN APARTMENTS 67 GUN ROYAL PARKWAY (1 block off Flaglcr 4 22nd Ave) 1 efficiency— living ream, dinette, lolch-n and btth YEARIY $55 MONTH SOUTHWEST HOME FOR SALE Well constructed D*de County Pine Home — 3 Bedroom*. Larne Living Room, Oining Room and Porch. Near Bui, Store*. School* and laraelite Confer. Price $7,950.00. Term*. 2630 S.W. 32"d Av*. Pnone HI 6-5515. LEGAL NOTICE CERTfFICATr OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAfflF. AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA '.'. TU WHOM THKSi: 1'REH ENTH .-.II \l .1. COME, (iREKTINOrl u i i i KorbE, MIAMI IlKA'll, M.nllll' \ MIAMI 111-: veil, r l.i iKIDA ll N HK.WV, MIAMI BEACH. M.'.IIII.A I'lN V 11 HENRY, MIAMI BEACH, f l.i >R11 I \ 'ii i I tie 11th rtaj "i Julj \ I > 1*41 ii lee i, lie I in ..i |U,I.IIM,I Mm!,. I i he \H the property ••' Mr. K w Hottsman .mil Ira W, ill, alao pro| nl Mis. N. L. WriBOt. DATED at Miami. Florida, this tOth day "f July. 1853 \ i. TRANSFER & \\ AREHOl'SK CO.. INC 7 22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORID'CHANCERY. No. 181578 PAULINE is.. I.\n.\.\". II i nff. \ x. A HILAII v M HAI.ABA N I '• ORDER OF PUBLICATION ,1 l:\l.\ltAN • '.i ti.i AMI llrrjokl; li i. \ V Vul ARK HEREBY NHTIHEI> I HAT nplalnl I %  .. I I VI, I herel>\ i %  null •• %  in %  • ve i • |i %  of %  n An wei I %  i N. on plalntlfl ; rile 11. Ina Anawei in th, offfc e of UII i the i 'iniili or before tfai ay of \ .%  other*) |>| v. ill l„ lA1 .1 i HUM 19th %  < %  < %  "I Jut; i: n IJSATHERMA: i. i: li RICE %  NOTICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEItKUV IHVEN t I %  i %  SIDEW \l.K BAR ft \y S \\ I i.rl ,.f the Pit .ii Coui I l i. HERMINKI R(tIR MARIE I! RODRKSI KEHSI.I II ,\ QARM \ttorn n:s 17*2 u Fhiarler St. 7/It-M -12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE It) HEREBY OIVEN that the uti'iei -nn.il. desirlna to encaaji i business under thiflctltioue n;ni" of BEL.L I'll. BERVK'E STATIONS c •> Joeaoh Krefetz. Kits ParadiHo A\enue. (oral (lablee, Intend* to neslsti -.ml name with the Cleik el the in I u Court nf I 'ml,County, l*1',rld. REALTY HOLDING CO KERSLER AUAR8 Attorney* for .vpplirant 17S1 W. Flaa-let llreet 7 :'•-•-.".• — I ".-12 Secretary to Department Head in Social Agency Mest be erieht and able te learn. Sems experience preferred bet net essential. Good personnel cede. 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A PAGE 8 A -kmitffkr*** !" nUD AY.IULVfr, ^>————— i Giffen Industries Speed Private Wirei t Kill -need private wire telegraph netBONN (JTA)-Although $15.-' WASHINGTON JJJJJ-A l "|;£ k ,[, ased from Western Union 700.000 had been appropriated for; regulating the slaughter !" "^ GLOBAL SHORTS German Treasury Holds Back Shechitah Exempted in Bill $10,000,000 of Indemnity Regulating Slaughter in u.>. WI7 K^rKE" £ BTBiSuraai rsStiSLST 1 the flow of messages the 1954-55 West German Treasury spent only $5,700,000 for payments to Nazi victims under the Federal Indemnification Law, it was revealed on the floor of the Bundestag by Social Democratic spokesman Heinrieh Ritzel. Jewish Theatrical Producer Decorated on 75th Birthday HAMBURG (JTA) —The West German Medal of Merit has been awarded to Jewish theatrical producer and stage director Arthur Hellmer at the occasion of his 75th birthday. He came here from London after the war to take charge stock and poultry %  •... 7"-" %  1 F orlda bv be Vnerican Humane Assoc.a^uderdale and two connections ,n tion was introduced by Senator] (ora i Gables. Hubert H. Humphrey and Rep.| Spec;a | electronic selectors na\e Martha Griffiths. It requiresk^ jn taUed which enable any slaughter houses to render amsla 10 ns on the circuit to commun.cate independently with one another. It is also possible to send a message to any desired group or to all stations simultaneously. The wire system is equipped with printing telegraph machines with a speed of 65 words per minute At its destination, the mes mals and poultry unconscious and insensible to pain before slaugh ter. Hapoel Homiirachi Rejects Proposed Mizrachi Merger HURIEYVILLE. NY. (JTAI32nd annual convention of the Ma saKC ls received automatically in of the municipal theater for two! Hamizrachi. American Zion%  form rea( jy f or instant use eiAfitjRRjN gAl HOMI JJWBH CINTg ~mrsm9ST MAvrvw jrnisa nmuu NOMT" 24-HMr AjaMaace Sanrka 9*m 44414 W. PiAtlOl STIKT, MIAMI aWTCNaU MCOtV. INTROOUCINe .iAMILY Mj£ h CMdron, under 14, FREE with prtnh 1 Tk. OUAUNftTON HOT* % fiiiilinl www, (K ini j a ^ ia U t, )] Capitol Hwt... was in 1935. where he built up and directed one of Germany's few privately-ovned legitimate theaters. Scandinavian Jewish Youth Confab Hits Intermarriage STOCKHOLM (JTA) — Resolutions condemning assimilation, intermarriage and anti-Semitism were adopted here today at the closing session of the Scandinavian Jewish vention, t he organizati also called for strengthening lies with Israel. Kai Feinberg of Oslo was named president. vears. His period of greatest fame is onliodox Labor organization. Thp capac jt y 0 f the wire system Frankfurt from 1910 to' conc | u ,| e d its session here with the ^ 30Ql) wor J s hourly, and thou' rejection of a proposal for a mer-j ands ( messages monthly may be ger with the Mizrachi organization! (ransm jtted. I However, a large number of the „ Qur new ultra mo ,;ern private delegates voted to recommend the I jre telegraph network leased ; establishment of a joint council of western Union gives us last. the two organizations for the pur pose of working together in the fields o culture, education, public ; relations and fund raising. Jew Named to South Youth Federation. The conAf ; Supreme Court .the organizations 30th. ~ r JOHANNESBURG (WNS) —Designation of Simon Kuper. prominent Je.vish leader, to the bench of the South African Supreme COUrl MB announced this week byPremier J. Strydom. One of the leading members of the Johannesburg bar. Mr. Kuper is chairman ton. vice president of the American of the South African Zionist FedORT Federation and a member of eration Executive. He is a former the executive committee of the chairman of the Jewish Board of U.S. Jewish Leader Abraham Litton Stricken Suddenly PARIS (JTA)—Abraham C. LitWorld ORT Union, died of a heart attack here. He was about to board a ship to return to New York, alter attending the World ORT Congreu in Geneva, when he was stricken. Deputies. International Parley Hears Report on Arab Education Bombing of Z0A House Under Police Investigation TEL AVIV (WNS>—Police officials investigating last weeks bombing here of the ZOA House, where iwo people were injured. direct two-way record communications with associates." said Mr. S. C. Raymond, president of Giffen Industries. "Such added speed in communication will enable us to act faser and more efficiently in filling and shipping orders and will mean better service and increased customer satisfaction." WASIIIM.IOV l).( —1 — unerc iwo people were injureu.t GENEVA (JTA 1—Israel's efforts >aul h( perpetrator of the crime I to train Arab teachers for the pub may either have been a disgrun-; lie schools set up for Israel's Arab, tied neighbor or a fanatic who children were outlined here b) resented production of a Yiddish Moshe Avidor. director ol the Is. r ; ax in tn ,, Zloni!st ccnt er. Lendrael Department of Education, at inL credence to the view that the the 18th International Conference bombing was the work of a linguis on Public Education The parley. lc extremist is the fact that the sponsored by the International Buincident occurred during the perI of Education and the 1'nited Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, has atti ed leading educatorfrom (39 countries. per forma!-: ol a Yiddish play, Abraham G< dfadden's The Witch." Turkey Prods Near East To Settle With Israel ISTA JBUL (JT A) — Turkey is tlj playing an active role scenes in b< v.. Israel-Arab settlement, observers hen nfer this from ch by President I Bayar and from the activities of Turki-li diplomatic circlewhenoan visits TurZionist Youth Leader Free As Court Cuts Sentence LON M IN WN8 Rumaniai iip have released Mark W left-win^ Zionist youth leader who was sei '• need a year • m ol 20 years on chai • of -< : illegal emigratii %  Jews from Rumania ami maintaintact with the ition, it '.v.,revealed hcr< !>> the W orld 1 wish Congress on the basis ol information it received from abroad. SUfe. RP^Wm?r*iOi 1 u 1 n| s. ^^S^^ ^^^SS^n JUST A HALF BLOCK SOUTH ... 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|Y JULY 22, 1955 +Jewish thrMtott ^ PAGE 9 A WS of the in REVIEW 1EK UNITED STATES -t MinistrrU f* of Burmfcjefldr*.vsing the Overseas Pj^ss Club k last vsjeek. indiceto*'suVfe "that the U|*eftrls tends rtVJ") ffj) )Mh*V-*enece of communisnlM^fn | nation bsesscd with fear, he declared, "it is no longer quilt itself. • i forget the things which helped to make it great. During schedule in New York, tht Burmese Premier managed to reft* legation of the American Labor Zionist Assembly. There was i! exchange of views. The delegation consisted of Louis Segal. T-ickerman, Mrs. Jacob J. Levitt, Jacob Katzman, Dr. Dov BieI tarip Wollinsky. \i B'rith, through its president Philip M. Klutznick, has asked Eisenhower to urge the U.S.S.R. at the Geneva conference to rws to emigrate to Israol or any other land where they cat. 1 their religions freely. Attew-eports that the tourist-minded Florida last week had put errwtd to religious discrimination in Advertising. Gov. LeRoy Collins had signed into law an anti)..tory bill earlier in the year. lie Magaxine, devoting three full columns to the Kastner-Greenwhich has touched the very foundations of the Israel Govern.tes: '"To the proud, nationalistic Jews of Israel, it is not pleasave to recall a time, only too recent, when survival itself dcn the capricious favor of hated oppressors Yet many a transEuropean in Israel remembers well the days of Nazi power life and welfare hinged on the diplomatic skill of a stedlan me fellow Jew either tactful, suave, or thick-skinned enough favor with the enemy and thus win a measure of reprieve for e That memory, stirred by a court triar, agitated all Israel '•; and brought down the cabinet." • also published pictures of Greenwald ("Blacker than night") itner ("Darker than hell". Twentieth Century-Fox is planning a movie on Dr. Jonas E. Salk and his discovery of the polio' Attorney General Jacob K. Javits, mapping ways and means! ng delinquency, proposed at Syracuse, NY., lest week a "very knger school day" for children from broken homes as one means b;?infi the evil. New homes and new lives in 31 states await 13 refugee passengers who arrived in New York on Tuesday, on board the USNS General Langfitt. The Naval transport, rter to the Intergovernmental Committee for European MigrafEM), carried the first full shipload of Europeans to America .accelerating Refugee Relief Program. first groups of the 100-person American delegation to the Second Hebrew Congress left New York last week for Jerusalem. Kress, which will be attended by representatives of Jewry in 40 will convene on Aug. 7. Mrs. Louis L. Perlman, president ;ii B'rith Women's Supreme Council, announced in Chicago that the B'nai B'rith Children's Home in Israel, erected by ization at a cost of $250,000 will be dedicated on Tuesday, ISRAEL lid Ben Gurion, speaking at a dinner given by the Israel Amertendshio League in honor of American Independence Day, depat the* friendship between Israel and the U.S. preceded the State. The new Defense Minister said three facts had made >history unique: 1. the conquest oi waste land by pioneers; 2. together of people from a multitude of countries; and 3. rth of democracy and freedom. These ideals," BG said, "are hinderman Management "n operates and manages '11 known properties in teach. Picnic at Homestead Park Young Married Couples Branch of the ZOA will picnic at Homestead Bayfront Park Sunday, July 31. Caravan meets in Miami at 1In charge of Information is Mrs. Daniel Grossman, secretary. Second Summer Session Registration on at U of M Registration for the second summer session at the University of Miami will take place Monday, July 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on main campus. Classes will start Tuesday and run through Aug. 31, with more than 300 courses offered. Enrollment for the first summer session, June 14 through July 23, topped the 3,000 mark. Before registering, it is necessary to pick up an appointment card at the registrar's office. The card gives a time and place to register Monday. Registration for the Evening Division will also be carried on Monday, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and closing at 9:30 p.m., in their office in the Merrick building. I/I) • m io mi beach concerts ~X UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA John Bitter, Conductor Sunday, July 24th, Miami Beach Auditorium at 8:30 Robert Mueller PIANIST Liszt t-Flat Major Piano Concerto Coll JE 1-0477 or M0 1-4440 Prices: Reserved Seats $2.00, $1.50; Unreserved $1.00, 75c 3k FOR THE _*> [: r$ stimk THEBRBAD THAT'S^ NATURALLYvGOOD! iL YS4WVAB0HE'MMfty£\ £f?£A/CH BR£At> E6G WIST* ti. /%  /../> AUGUST BROS, BREAD A REFRESHING SUMMER VRINK A NOURISHING F00V ^ MANISCHEWITZ borscht DELICIOUS WITH TAM TAM CRACKERS... k li*i



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y^ i^tn^rHitr PAGE 10 A Sunday Concert To Feature Mueller in Liszt Concerto Sixth pop concert Sunda> i i the Miami B in jhe Concerto in E-flat mi %  l Bittei will )o on the ;• ,n for the second cons his month-Ion va on. Other rks t< N -hi" program bj I [M • mor .hon: Oi %  e irom Tales ol Hoffman Dei i nk:.vdier by Ri< IUSS Slavon Nos l and 3 bj rom the & rer i h ir Strings bj Tschaikowsky; Blue v by Johann an( j ..m South Pa< j Ro : rs .Mr. Lieller was bora in Decatur. 111., and eci .:nonghis islawski and n Petri. His study was interrupted by .. : -• n Ice in the Arm> vi: i -orps Afti r hidischarge in 1946 became a pupil ol Har, id !. ii Bi rke y, I ..lit %  wli< .. i u %  •..:!., his home. Ii,Us %  irance on Feb 2 is with the San Fran< Orchestra, playing the Beeth Third Piano Concerto which re eived lino comment* in the ewsp ipers FRIDAY nnv, Claude Pepper. Miami the presence „f 8l ._ Reach '." Ma\or Marcie Liber <.o!dtrom. who I "oyd ...d\ tM trnployerhfl ... | h€ |tj | nun Louis Shafkin and Le ( Hi hlighl of the dinner was man. ^^ life Viiaml Walter H ogether with Lou Braveiman (lefl. Large Gathering Honors Beach Police Chief A quarter-century of public saluted Sunday nighi when some 330 persons paid tri-, bute to Miami Beach Police Chief' Romeo Fhepard al a beefsteak din-1 honor at the Ugiers hotel Officials from all branches "I rnmenl along with hundreds ol friends who have known him; during 'he past 25 years eulogized the chii t for himany innovation* Among the distinguished offifrom all branches of public %: ings MIAMI BEACH FEDERA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Miami Beach's oldest and large savings institution • Uncoined, and Washington Av e71st and Harding Ave. • 665 Washington Ave. — or save by mail He knows. Robert Mueller QUIP OF THE WE IK In a crowded movie house, .!er-* Lewis was fust about to -it down i om pair of empty %  hen hi v abruptly pu-hed off ilai inan trailing be him with her husband. Before could recover, the couple had plun the seats "Sorry, my ei d," said the husband, "we beat •'Thaiall r hi aid Jerry "1 1 your mother enjoy W." ELECTRIC COOKING %  is COOL BUT "HOT STUFF" WHEN IT COMES TO COOKING CLEANER FASTER CHEAPER ...„J BETTER, TOO I JNW\F10R!DA POWER & */}> LIGHT COMPANY NORTON TIRE 31st Anniversary SALE THIRTY-ONE YEARS OF L!LA CUSTOMER SATISFACTION^y-g^fe guarantees fE3l • tAK3] • BETTER VALUES SeSERVlN6a • BETTER SERVICE £MlAM • BETTER CREDIT TERMS \ Mi% PR00F £S : : : : : : : : Kj W /W UIROUIMASUR JUlJM's 5.4*5 OFF TUBES "" Sr** 1 W tOersvoo THOUSANDS r—-— C, IASYCUDIT 0f / All HlOlT ^ A -rf^T^. Yw N.mo The Ton*. I "Vf|| f>^ All credit handled GOOD I *•*•. by Norton Tire OPfM Co. You ore not yj[|) 1 fl^.. "formed out" to / l454 ? *M a finance comTIDFJ fl pony. — ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICED U.S. ROYAL Jfa.ftcleJL 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 Gl kW F0R EVERY PURPOSE V I. M J J STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilrering Our Specialty L. & Ca. 1.1 ass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3 2728 Morris Orlin Prices quoted are exchange on a recappable tire or add 2.00 %  Plus tax. ^^'WWWWWW.'WW. I MOUNT KEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd at. Phone MO 1-8201 Ov*r 31 Y-ori r ol Reputable Dealing Aiiuret YOU of • BETTER VALUE • BETTER SERVICE \ NORTON r TIRE MIAMI 500 W. Flog j er_ MIAMI 4900 N.W. 2nd A*^ • BETTER CREDIT TERMS FLORIDA'S LARGEST MIAMI BEACH Norton Police Tjre Co. 1454 Alton Roo ^ NORTH MIAMI 13340 N.W. 7th A^ SOUTH MIAMI 5930 S. Pi' High^ HIALEAH SO0l.25St.79thSU.S. ROYAL HEADQUARTERS



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1 JULY 22, 1955 -JmlstinoricBari PAGE 11 A gev-Yarkon Pipeline Opened in Israel -• noed from Pa'gt 1 A made in America and through the aid o£ I • ws through I'JA, gave of inn-, nf wheel and I heir orchards bn Uita •>! the Holy Land, p ;md their cattle hclpi the growing popula, i the cities. But the ecoli ol these new farm was stymied, held desperate shortage of The land was there, thou, i thousands "1 acres waiting ized, and the farmers, er l" work, could plant linj portion of the Negcv. L ultural planners of the [ I Jewish Agency Settledrew up detailed plans tablishment of dozens of irra villages, but one word HI. ( I the implementation of, mes — and that word rater." -o a plan for a tremendous tater pipeline, biggest of its hi the Middle East, was up. And in 1952 men began r>. at feverish pitch, day and to turn that plan, that into reality. m the beginning, America a big role in the Yarkonproject. American experts draw up the original plans. Can machines and know-how [the plant. *>nd the funds through the United Jewish and Israel Bond drive |n possible for the work to outside of Israel think of jung democracy as lacking fr. The truth is that water | in Israel, but it is in the places. The water is in bittern half of the country, land available for increase m production is in the IT. half of Israel, the Negev. (tablem, a. problem requiring ims of money for solution, get the water to where it boded the most. [north of Israel's biggest city Aviv there is a set of 300 of them all welling Ithe same area to form the >8ters of the Yarkon River. rings have been precious in fly Land since time immeand the Crusaders built a I at Rosh Ha'ayin to guard [The Israelis have built not but a modern pumping stake first of seven with a total (capacity of 30.000 horsepowporce the waters of the Yarpnngs southward 66 miles heart of the thirsty Negev. Jhe Yarkon springs are only above sea level and the available for irrigation are [higher, an average of S79 jfeet above sea level on the [plateau. The water must be upwards in a constant the powerful thrust of dielines. task took three years of 'GOODS FOR BLOOD' Sharett Reveals Role He Played During War* Years in an Effort To Save Hungarian Community JERUSALEM —Detailof %  NaxJ offer to trade the lives of the Jews in Hungary for 10.000 truckto strengthen Hitlerdeft during the last >ear of the war were revealed hen bj Prime Minister Mo be Sharett in a statement to the pre--. The offer was made to the Jewish Agency by •< special agent ol the Gestapo teeHon in charge of the annihilation of .tew-it was immediately brought to the attention of the United Stateand Britain—who uere the only countries that could* fate of the Jews in Hungary. Mr. Share.t himself flew to London a low dayafter he received the Nazi offer and appealed to the Allies to send a paratroop force into Hungary in an attempt to torestall the Nazi plan to deport the Jews to extermination camps. supply that many trucks — and vai rejected by them. The propo-.il was presented by the Nazi emissary in Aleppo to Mr. Sharett. who at that time was the head of the political department of the Jewish Agency. The Jewish Agency. Premier Sharett disclosed in his statement, kept the Nazi "satanic suggestion of goods for blood" secret in an attempt to win time and secure postponement of the threatened deportation of Hungarian Jewry to the gas chambers. At the same time, it alerted world Jewry and I the democratic governments to the I HOUSE Of PICTURES Miarri's Newest Large Selection of Fine Prlnta — Oil* Engravings Modern — Traditional Framed — Unframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Repairs Open Mon. 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The Yarkoh-Negev pipeline will bring 2.814,000.000 cubic gallons oi water down into Israel's southland each year. Of this life-giving water, 95 percent will be used by settlements established mainly by UJA funds or soon to be created by the Agency with United Jewish Appeal. The rest will go to new towns. DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS Of BROOKLYN, N.Y. Because of the Yarkon-Negev pipeline the amount of irrigated land in Israel will rise dramatically by 25 percent. This irrigation of an additional 200,000 dunams (50,000 acres) will give settlements already established in the Negev the opportunity to stand firmly on their own feet, will permit these water-starved villages to double their acreage under irrigation. The value of the agricultural produce made possible by the pipeline's waters wrll be IL. 20,000.000 per year, or about half of the total cost of the pipeline. 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1 fy MONTOR AND THE \STIRY AROUND HIM li^viislbJEIIiOididliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1955 SECTION B NEW SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BETH JACOB \R-0LD SPIRITUAL LEADER ith David Rabbi Puts Hope in Education ikov G. Rosenberg is r Mi %  mi's newest spiritual .re accepting the pulnavid Synagogue, he i tilcongregation to know only 30 years old. the spiritual leader's belies his experience. Rabjienberg, in three brief dechas managed to win an AB I, from Johns Hopkins, a |„ K i of Hebrew Teacher the Baltimore Hebrew |u rs College, and he was ked al the Jewish Theologipminary of America in June, iiior year at the SemRabbi Rosenberg expd, I served as weekend nl spiritual leader at Zion Temple, Philadelphia's largest conservative synagogue.'' Upon being ordained, he accepted the pulpit of Temple Zion in Philadelphia, where he served until comin? to Miami. "Why did I leave? Temple Zion was in the immediate center of Rittenhouse Square, a growing luxurious apartment house area confined in two square blocks of downtown Philadelphia. I ministered to a settled congregation. Most of its members were past 50, their children married and living in the suburbs. I found myself without the challenge of working with Jewish youth. "This I believe, is an extremely rewarding aspect of the rabbinate, and without it a spiritual leader misses much." Raised in a warm, orthodox home. Rabbi Rosenberg's father was a cantor and shochet in Baltimore. It was, as he calls it. •'wonderful, joyous Jewish living. I knew I wanted to be a rabbi from the time I was a youngster." His heavy schedule of scholarly activities did not preclude his marriage in 1948 to his wife, Dvorah, originally a Canadian and a graduate nurse of Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. They have two daughters: Peninah, who will be five in August, and Shirah. who is two and one-half. In line with his yearning for "wonderful, joyous Jewish living." Rabbi Rosenberg explains his feeling about the rabbinate this way: "The only way to get to Jewish living is through Jewish Continued on Pago 6 B (,000 TISTS ADMINISWIID Education Bureau Completes Tabulation On Special Exams in Hebrew Schools Rabbi Yaokov ffotonborf mokes plant Bureau of Jewish Education has completed tabulation of its testing program in the Jewish schools of Greater Miami, according to an announcement by Matilda H. Ratner, president Over 8,000 individual tests were administered through special ex-1 aminations constructed by the j ; Bureau for the local schools. The .Hebrew tests were standard tests ( approved by the Jewish Education ; Committee of New York and the \ American Association for Jewish Education. Objectives of the testing proi gram, according to a Bureau communication, were "to indicate community norms of achievement in [R BRINGS RESULTS :ationing Matriarch Assures \nshe Ernes New Stroll of Law; Presentation Made This Week h Fines Synagogue on V>. > conducted religious Sce> i,r a long time with a kh borrowed from another nn congregation—thai is unrs. Anna Silberman, of New City, visited her son here Passover on a brief vacation. ie past 80 year-old matriarch i'l "ii the Beach, but while to relax and enjoy the \y tropical sights heard MaxSilberman, of 2000 SW 23rd I describe to his mother the Icultics at Anshe F.mes. Irs Si lherman has been a r i Congregation of the Si ruer & WUna in New Ik for over 50 years. In fact, Siiberman wa3 Bar Mitzvah \<" many decades ago. He is 62 now. t >l her synagogue was I >n and Montgomery st| lower Fast Side, and it • that the city condemned a 1 of property there — luiimu; the synagogue building |n order to clear the area for 1 "•. modern housing project fhis set Mrs Silberman thinkOff went a letter to the hident >>i Congregation of the f Senior 4 WUna — then the process of moving to Jeff'in st.-requesting a gift of Toraba to Anshe Ernes Syna| l "This was to assure our living at least one." Mr. Silman humorously explains his ther's reasoning, -hen Mrs. Silberman returned to New York from her Miami Beach vacation she found that the president of her congrega tion had granted the Anshe Ernes request—for one Torah. A series of events then rapidly followed one another which culminated in the automobile trip south to Miami and Coral Way of a Scroll of Law. Mr. Samuel R. Silberman. Maxwell's brother and former president of the congregation in Key West—Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz' brother is current president —gave his daughter, Sondra, in marriage on July 4 in Brooklyn. Mrs. Silberman. at her own expense, meanwhile had the Torah made Kosher. And Anshe Ernes' new Torah arrived in Miami last Saturday evening in brother Samuel's auto. It was to be presented to the congregation at a joint meeting Of An he Kmes men and ladies' v auxilii y Thursday evening. July 21 replete with two beautiful velvet mantles, which Mrs. Silberman is donating. Silberman, a sales engineer, is currently busily engaged in planning with his wife for the impending marriage of one of their two sons. But he is not busy enough to take time out to think that his mother "is one swell woman." The new Torah joins a recently-acquired Scroll through the efforts of Anshe Ernes member Irving Sachs and the Auxiliarysubjects at the Jewish schools so as to evaluate community curricul um and tests: to give schools the opportunity of comparing their individual school norms with that of the community norm, supplying some basis for analysis of individual school progress and teacher, as well as student, achievement; to indicate how the community norms of 1955 compare with those of 1953. for evaluation of progress on the community level during the past two years, and to use such evaluation in approaches to teacher in-training for the coming year." Comparison of community norms of achievement for the years 1953 and 1955 shows considerable progress in Genesis, post-Biblical history, modern Jewish history, American Jewish history. Zionism and Israel, intermediate grades in Cdstoms and Ceremonies and the higher classes in Hebrew. Declines were shown in General Bible, Biblical history, lower and higher grades in customs and Ceremonies and first year Hebrew. Copies of the results of the testing program with school recommendations, after analysis of the achievement of each school in relation to the community norms, have been sent to the 15 schools participating in the community testing program. The tabulation revealed the interesting fact that affiliated schools, meeting special requirements set up by the Bureau of Jewish Education, showed greater achievement than other schools serviced by the Bureau. • ; -;.,r-..,l The four winners in the Bay Harbor Islands baby contest are (left to right): Dorothy Walz, three, of 380 NE 168th St., North Miami Beach; Cathy Greene, 10 months, 2431 SW 24th st., Miami; Frederic Milder, five, of 945 W. 48th st., Miami Beach; and Maureen Parlato. 18 months, 380 East 53rd st., Hialeah. Mrs. Morton Segal, president of the Florida Chapter Hemophilia Foundation, presents a check for S3.600 to Mount Sinai president Max Orovitz for research in hematology at the hospital SPECIAL BLOOD BANK HERE Mrs. AM* Silfcorwm eN her *i Hemophilia Station Formed at Sinai; Fellowship in Hematology Revealed F.stablishment of a Hemophilia Blood Station at Mount Sinai h >> pital was announced Wednesday by Max Orovitz, president of the hospital, and Mrs. Norton Segal, president of Florida Chapter Hemophilia Foundation This station, which is the only special blood bank in Florida for persons afflicted with hemophilia, will provide all necessary blood and plasma for hemophilia patients in the hospital The Foundation will pay for all costs of caring for hemophilia patients hospitalized at Mount Sinai. Orovitz revealed. It has also furnished to the hospital a deep freeze for storage of blood and plasma. The hospital has meanwhile established a medical team for treatment of hemophiliacs, consisting of a hematologist and members of other medical specialties. In addition to the founding of the Hemophiliac Station, the Foundation has established a $3,600 Fellowship for research in Hematology. The research will be done in the Mount Sinai Hospital Research Laboratories. Orovitz said. National president of the Hemophilia Foundation is Robert Lee Henry.



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PAGE 2 B >j(1stncriJ&r FRIDAYJU LYJ 'NO POSSIBLE BRIDGE CAN BE BUILT' Noted Author Tells B'nai B'rith Institute Zionism is Bankrupt STARLIGHT, Pa. — The -econd B n;,i B'i:ih Institute ol Judaism at Camp B'nai B'rith was told by Dr. Trade WeissRosmarin, author %  ir ol the Jewish Spectator, mist movement today bankrupt and had failed completel) to offer up a new Zioni-m Other noted scholars who participated in the B'nai B'nth Institute uere Dr Theodor Gaster I):Lou Silberman. The Zionist movement today." in Rosmarin, ilargely a holdover of both men and ideas from an age when specific Zionist achievement.were made: achievements which culminated in the formation of the State of Israel." In another session. Or Th-odor ter nf the Dropsie College, notauthor and scholar -aid that contemporary Jewish institutions had failed to brin" Jewto a sense %  <'. dedication to Torah Said Dr. Ga-ter: American Jewry I 1in great peril today not ho• c the traditions of Judaism lound wanting but because •h >-•' who are entrusted with the ol American Jewry neiunderstand the hi-tory oi lism nor are the> fundamendedicated to the traditional Judaism Dr Ro-marin ridiculed the building cultural brid Or. Trvdt Ramorin term not clear but that the break between the two culturewaSO -harp that no possible bridge could he built Dr. Rosmarin analyzed the recent book on Zionism by Dr llordecai Kaplan and concluded that the "new Zionism" was wholly inadequate for mod inception ol Zionism. Said IT Rosmarin "B iimpossible for most people to live in two civilizations Furthern American Jews must thai Ameiu ,i i> not liki J ionia een American Jewry and Iwhere a LTcat diaspora culture was ihe built She express) lest the United S omc b) culture ted Zionist leader-hip for ,n n i,n '' concenti I internal politics sin ins %  • significai I was sti quite skeptical ,. r ',i. bilities of such nil I cant Cultural develop:: p r i amented thi I rabl to make us imicks ai '"'';lc a sense ol Jewish Kiel '"H 1 n ribed Whal bad happened to prayi r book and Jewish n in America He said porary Judaism ithe most saic ol „II Judaism il lacki poetry, .< sense ol symbolism and a sense ol drama The liberal "r.,y> i books Reform ami Reconstructioni-t. in particular. haw %  tcrificed all emotional niticam ''tic value for the sake oi intellectual clarity In a third -en. <•( lectun • Dr Silberman, holder of the B'nai B'rith Rillel (hair in Jewi-h studies at Vanderbill University, the revival of Jewisli IheAmenca toda) and re' ; n viva! to a worldwide reav; ol interest in the condition of man Dr Silberman hailed lh< D< interest in men like Biii r and R' si nrweii mples ol tl.e COmir ol American Jewry. This B'nai B nth Institute of Ju daiaffl *as -ponsorcd by the Maryland Washington. D.C.. B'nai B'rith ociatkH) It is one of 30 u B'rith institute scnwdulad Muted tinyear b> the B'nai B nth Department of Adult Jewish %  n. Und. r N, w Md.cl Direction •nd Ntw Mng emtnt M. a. P Mng. Dir *• North Shore Sisterhood Schedules Member Affair noon, July 25. Sister ,,i the North Shore Jewish ter will hold Its second sum-j I mer mi nbership brunch in the! ; hall ol tb North Shore Jewish < 'e.l'er Afternoon at entertainment ibeing planned b) MrSamuel \ICT president in charge of nng Sponsorfor (he| afternoon are the Me s dtm aa Max! [Krauss, Frank Bri-kman. Al Seh-| warti Merman Koopaffan and: Earnest Bui Also -i sponaor and in charge ol the ..itair iMrs Ai MeehJowrtz.1 vice pre-ident in charge of mt-m-l bership. h HEALTH KESbN Roof Le Call Vknrl 9*1 • new ^ j •itimt m\^ 9-5274 Acne Hooking *# VjGUSTBROSh ii nu jf\r ^PRODUCIS Spinoza Forum Sunday "H ii' lug" will be the Sunda) eve> Outdi ii For \ um, in 'he patio ol the home of Dr VI ham Wolfson, nth -t n e.,r Mrviced 40.000 her diploma children and which ownthe only '-r the fir-t time in the h-,orv P ane,ariUm B Utt ""^ ol the local Junior League, the orFrank McConncll is director .,f ganization is paying for the salary ,h L e Junior Museum of Miami Inc ol a coordinator or volunteer to whlch ,s a "he present time changsupplement the yearly allotment it ,ng ,ts roWs ot exhibits preparatory provides for the Junior Museum ofi t o next > ears expanded program' ing. 1737 North Bayshore dr For L *S* f ,rustees oi 'he her very first position since her LSTSJ*! A Whil graduation. Marlene, who majored in anthropology and archaealogy at FSU with special museum train73ed BUTTER TTMGGS R 111 111 r&s, Visit any Cemetery in Miami and you will find the finest examples of Memorial Art have been created and installed by THURMOND MONUMENT CO. TU* 2-Sfry White MM* 3253 S.W. 8th St. p h M


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JULY 22. 1955 + km 1st)ftcfMian %  m %  ,.* %  *,%  %  •**-' kaV \h dismissed the issue with a curt "Thank you." One would think that a man representing a proletarian state professing to espouse the rights ol the common man would at least exhibit some spirit of meekness and humility. Nut so with Molotov. His wholfl bearing and demeanor pointed to arrogance and superiority, During the half hour press PAGE 3 B ,conference, he kept looking at hi'watch. And this is the man who la counselling his partners Bulganin land Kruschcv as they prepare to meet President Eisenhower. Kden 'and Pinay on Monday, July 18. in Geneva for what may become tin turning-point in U.S.S.R.'s dramatic attempt to "checkmate" i S.A. via the "peace maneuvre 1 of the century. MOVE THE CAREFREE WITHERS WAY! PHONE Jl #*-£^fet Van Lined Miami's Oldest and One el the South'! Lirrtu Long Distinct and Door-lo Door Movers m < t Town Jerusalem, bids farewell to eight ical students leaving far Israel, where act as Boys Town counselors in a ler exchange student program. The scholarship winners were feted at a luncheon tendered by Mr. Guilden in New York. Left to right are Leon Gersten, Ira Goldberg, Sholom Gold, Norman Scherman, Mr. Guilden, Avrom Landesman, Joseph Weinstein, Chaim Leibel and Zvi Kushelevsky. Ibserver Feds Pessimistic About Outcome at Geneva rnt tl. YEARS MIAMI WITH Ms LlNls DAVID HOROWITZ ED NATIONS us position. (India's Nehru and Burma's Already under the charm of with Austria, Japan and moving ever closer into liet orbit; with Egypt's reV-s to Russia's wooing; Communist infested Italy, and Greece standing as vuleateways ior Soviet exinto West Europe from the countries; with a West |y eager to accept the Molotov offers for uniand with the Red ChinJssus—600 million strong— by the hammer and sickle [enace the picture is not a pasant one. |what about the United KingWhat position will Britain take during the crucial test? Having already recognized Peiptng, it wouldn't be surprising if London eventually chooses a neutralist course. Now, this writer does not want to appear over-pessimistic. Yet, realism prompts him to sound a warning. "The Leopard does not change his spots." Molotov, it must never be forgotten, was the man who made the original deal with Hitler. During two occasions at San Francisco, this correspondent had the opportunity to come in close contact with Molotov. Both times he sensed in the Russian a callousness that differed little'from that cold-bloodedness the world had tragically witnessed in the mass murderer Hitler. No wonder the Kremlin "star" Molotov looked somewhat lost and bewildered during his brief appearances at the several San Francisco receptions. His eyes betrayed fear, his face a worried expression. What was it that worried him? What made him feel so uneasy? Hidden within the deep recesses of his mind were possible Soviet schemes, and he felt that he had perhaps come to America under false pretenses. He knew that his "peace mission" was possibly a maneuvre against the host country. But the actor Molotov played his game so well that few indeed were able to detect the disguise. It revealed itself for a fleeting moment when your correspondent confronted Molotov and asked him about the two and a half million Soviet Jews—what were the possibilities of emigration? "How dare you discuss Jews?" Molotov's face seemed to say when his tight lips 1,->. To or From Any hint in the United $ t it e t... Cemsfetf, Ti me-TeUe d Pickinr and Movinr Sernkei rmiihints Remain is Original Via Until DtsttMtMi • CftrtaiMrs A.nlaiW Far titty Panma Estimates Furnished Without Cost or Obligation Uadi Pad Uaii Wealed Ta sad Fran New Yark or Maaily...MitJwtt tad Cilfcrnie Local Moving a Sptciohy PHONE 82-7561 lilt Natlheast lit IvCMt, Miami M 4 Star it* FaeiJities Availikle • Is AH Major Cities •Local Storage In Our Own Modern South Florida Wirehousee In Ft. Usiefi*, Pfctae JA I-54H • 1215 Flagler Drive • la MiMi • Two, Hs4s 7-Story • WAREHOUSES FirafrMl Cu a l mali H i • Only Private Monte %  •* %  ia treatac Miaou *t^aM lag Vaati* m% HOT. Menu* Firt eat larriart; Prill*— IMNH e likes jam, he likes cheese— it this is where their taste agrees: Tarn Tam C R A C K E R S best friend a snack ever hail! NISCHEWITZ "The Greatest Name in Kosher Foods'"' tD rOUff SUMMU VACATION IN TU BLUt KID01 MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN HSOfcVIUE. NOITN CAROLINA JM Rahia. Owner-Alar. Seawn Junt 1st ta Octoear 1st Raaianoble Rates fw Dance ana' Racrtatiaa Hall {"imam,, P M | om 4 ChiWrtn'i Waaina Pool 'wisk-AaiaricM Caisiaa 1 MUals Daily ftoaoM with Shawtr or lath •"HUejaajri, rui t PM, Ham.hail, Rawia, fishmi, Oalf, Marsahack 'wt. Witni. iMth, ate fl 00 WRITS: o. MX 744. lOMOIRSONVIUI, N.C. PMOtM 1S4



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•AGE 4 B b~uUfrr*tr*r tlOMS SMOLAR — Mvsterv Surround New -Friends of Israel" Montor he lead<: ie on • the AH will fuKJot Sor. r cbom. president I -.-::.... are beir.lated to rake '•-'**' < %  %  I serve aa backbone • ike Zionist [all I .iccide on a ma* membership an They fear that a pro-ll t or and BOB-aooutt such as the ATI *•* rroiB the orgaaued Zionist movejcderrnine the r e other %  reaiuw tor Pp en a -houW it decide to BO %  %  tated because The group ; the brae! Bood %  from whirt rew •.he arga: %  %  ON THE $0i WJ-U 1J IT DICK-OOCK'S ADVENTURES. By Arthur Poeant Prt%, Inc. 1*55. $2-5#. Tan. 79 %  *< By HILARY MINDLIN 10 \\ in S4HWARTZ — Idea of Vacation is Great Jewish Contribution Htary ntor km tfc,r filet Probably thp greatest contnbu that the Jew ha; made to the %  .' dea of \aci Einstein, aI recall reading somewhere, listed the Sabbath, if not the one 'anding Jewish con%  amanI (I %  -.an idea 'hat had to fight The cla^'ic philosopher Seaeea -ingled out the Sabbath : the reason* for hiat) • -n The Jew he -aid .enth of in idiene- Seneca himself HI.V. V.-I 1.IIOSSM \\ — Is Kastner Really Guilty? Court Trial Tells Nothing i I ; %  n A brad one of tho>e n of our poal war • ted vast i •al recall of horror true Jurj i „££ judgment -,, Hen : alike I are ^ •h of ma, rded histor/ much whether Matt • Aa id should have s A matter very much in wto degrees hai been h, motive Nothtag w.? oe thing, really will be proven about r .H of man be is, or irai during those rearTo and embittered by utter bereavement wald shrieked scaualion of betraval He accuid an red and .,„.,, me mber of the community of Nracl with I ul ed j, of Hungry in ,o that state of hope 5£ plr nittcd It to be b -laughter He did all these thine. m*lf and hi. famUy. SdmS^mSSi rr't 5 H ^' n ,h ""' r Nrael h d r '"' > Ka>tner who have %  '•Will in oi bj, aU( ,. „, dea £ %  h *J' ** MJ order to lessen the toll, f.nd the charge hard to cred. e time He lived on j >. but the idea that peof 1 also real waaThere i> reaor. to beIie\ that I hi day | going over to Judaism atidea of a weekl> of n •he 17th the Sabbath had not >et > gained it victory Queen I cler-' gymen to tell the people that while juired to attend Sab-. service-, after the services thej arere to return • vorh In the e can untan i why the Jews ere severe about Sabbath obienance. Otherwise, it would probably never have BOB its way There are too many Senecas in the world Be have more than the areeldj rest day We have a number of other holdays and most of urest more than one day a are like Heine, who said. he w a*so good a Jew that not al-J ways being sure he wa observing the right day as Sabbath he sometimes re-ted the whole w Most of us too. take a summer vacation The vacation idf ing and with "automaton'' ma new ->.viein todustrj BX likely to get more vacation in thei future If we get enough vac.:' work its,-lf may become attractive or in other word*, it may come to be regarded aa kind of vacation to go to work That really would be the ideal state When work has become a pleasure, what more can we a-k' But the idea of vacation has other applications an d implicaI think it would be a good id.-a for most of us to take a vacation 'Kcasionally from our tradi-j tional ideal, as well afrom OV work To get away from yow own point of \.ew lor a while does not m-an that you will e-trani^c >our from them. LEST THE title mislead, this is no children book. TV, 3 -atiric fantasy, and certainly it fi's best into that find myself loath to place it there. So man> !:ne aadl n have labored and endowed the genre of satire ithi An that it does seem rather a bla-phemy to"! book which ignores those rules ; lm ,> te | Mr Tane starts off well enough He introducea hero. amed at the age of seven by a classmate who thuimpliesi, new that he considers Dick-Dock to be > \s the author points out. so unique a hero the reb y ha>] to d' ar.d a> thingi denied to other mortals." Creating sm^, acter 1a perfectly legitimate means of paving the *a> for< begins with a basic premise which the r. ider :• to accept as true. Everything else must follow loj; mar> assumpt Mr Tane's error ithat nothing follows logically at alL A one inventive fancy after another rt thto make the lightning leap from idea to idea and accept tbeaTi I Mr Tane should remember that even fantasy has a i if he wants to satirize too—that is, to make judgments' Id in the guise of saying something else^—order :imper ing will take a flying leap along with one of those flights of j and leap itself right out of existence. • • • • • NOR IS Mr Tane content to stay within the houndof the I efMBM Quite often be confuses satire with -ar simply writes in some caustic observance of life. What happemi hat the book becomes merely a vehicle for the author) h;s thoughts on all manner of things—marriage, politics, art. type< of people On the credit side. I must say that Mr Tane i to get off some very amusing and clever remarks in a del hand way like the bit on collecting social security, and calling! Guernica" "extraordinarily effeminate as an example <<'. -ur Mr Tane also plays a number of linguistic trida in languageHidoctor is named Cervelle. French for "wit" or' One of the dishes served at a honeymoon resort iRind ;*-rsi>rlichen Saft." which translates roughly *s "Stew in ooeil juice' Another dish is "Andouilles exemplaires.' which wo exemplary pork sausages were it not that "andouilli•ii also' cileRat eat en consomme is also on the menu. Mr Tane is at his best in politics, with bis two parties. Mo; and Sloppism (democracy and communism, and a book-burnnfj forroist engineer running the train of technology. But loo much I time he skirts the spirit of true satire—either his symo. 1are l scure. or he has not related them well enough to his mam idei A third alternative, and one which 1 must in all honesty lthat I simply may hive missed out on a lot of the meaning, i might be in the book Nearly everything in satire should be ful on both levels, and I just can't seem to find it here 1 think that if Mr Tane will discipline himself and follow one I through at a time land perhaps read Swift and Carlyle he willl up with an exciting work. Certainly the imagination and nun there 1HQ\ Ul TTHRMAX — Three Main Stages to Age, Famed Pianist Reveals MTHAX IIIIU\ Adoption Fracas Raises Legal Questions In my oolninn In my opinion | ll ; "' lor the Jewish couple ,r JighUng for the right to keep the childM .'her a nrough repeal and to through appeal obedience of law ,ht Unf : '"•• '•' rWdBg loss of the mi 2 JK1* n,, v Noraml^ovedg "':" r ,h; -uW give the ,h,id 5 ^tholic upbringing |, (l ,nds ntbet anom;il lU :-;:^i;!7; n ^:;i;;-;-h ----hr "onctrful" Walt Whitman once said his Leaves of Grass rd 1 3ed n .B.r n,nen t '" lan Uage T 3S might be added that experimentation ,n language will*neveT tongue, it would seem them ZTi~ Z S SSTJL m JS hi^capt! .-i-miMin/ri anne Moore's l,r,.,,an, Ur, ';' ri ""r,s. recent!) published hv .K \ ,i,lec a; ^ %  ^^",T'r; ifiht : book of poetry One TimeOne r'rv %  ,, „ '"^ fut.i.y of hf wonderMP aB L?. sS.'SJ* author says -One-.s no, half ,w f f*** wh "" of one Miss Moore, who wa*ih. i I "' hah( great American literary !" w %  "' ed,, r f ,h -" -ay have minted ^L' new^rd IS SSL and onederfulness of a one woL ,7 he oneder the imagination for onewcrtdness ""* ^ Catch Famed piani-t Moritz Rosenthai tells us that a man is young if a lady can make him happy or unhappy He enters middle age when a lady can make him happy, but can no longer make him unhappy He is old if a lady can make him neither happy nor unhappy • • • Jack Benny told his wife Mary the other day: How do you expect me to remember your birthday when you never look any older?" Ethel Merman says a woman hegins to realize her age when people comment on how young •he looks • • • %  "'-.' J. --.I knows a bank cashier who once wanted to be 'f the 400 and now he is Nfl 387 • • • Judy Hobday told us the other day that a bachelor never quite over ,he idea that he is a 'hmg of beauty and a boy for• • • '" cha Heifeti tells of a blind 'V 'V 01 Av,v h *>s carned a lantern People asked of •Jai ose ,he lantern could be to ": ;;^' i do „„, ..v.r ,w p ? v 5 nt m y •Jumbling "ver othershe replied, but to jeep them from stumbling over • • • the n oi r0dU ing Geor e J ** the oth,r evening, the chairman o the program stated: Two cities claim the birth olj speaker. Mr taael: %  and Los Angeles Ne* claims he was born in Dw es. and Los Angeles was born in New York' • • • Danny Kaye doing ail a benefit affair last %  •*] a dowager to dance. waltzed she simpered: Kaye what ever made_yBj poor little me to dance"" Wl the gallant Mr Kaye: TaJ charity ball, isn't it"" IhHitt



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LY, JULY 22, 1955 -Jewlsli ncrktian PAGE 5 B ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY = PETH ISRAEL NORTH[c ENTER will hold Friday L services at 8:30. Jack land Mori Breitbart will offim the absence of Rabbi AbII, i son Saturday morning are at 9. Kiddush will fol ESETH ISRAEL CONGRE 3NAL will hold Friday eveservices at 6:30. Saturday service! are at 8:30. Min\, be at 7 p.m., followed by at 7:35. • • &f JTH DADE JEWISH CEN [v. ,11 hold Friday evening i 8:15. Cantor Maurice .ill render the musical por j)i ilie liturgy. Lucille Moore %  rect the choir. In the absence [bin Henry Okolica, Murray baum will deliver a sermon topic: "The Good New Oncg Shabbat will follow • • PLE SINAI of Hollywood j old late Friday night serv. 8.30 p.m. Rabbi David Shaj || tpeak on: "The Meaning ha B'.U Kiddush will be I by Neil Ramo. son of Mr. ir,lo>eph Ramo. Reception low Sabbath morning serv\i at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro %  reach on the Weekly Por[l the Law. Daily morning al i) a m. • • llGLER GRANADA JEWCOMMUNITY CENTER will Friday evening services at Saturday morning services 9 Rev Leo Heim will offipid discuss: "To Mourn or to Hindu will be at 7 p.m.. 1 by Maariv. • • kELITE CENTER will hold evening services at 6. Satmorning services are at 'antor Samuel Salkow will the musical portions of the Evening services are at followed by Shalos Seudos. trvices will be at 8 a.m. and ates before rundown. .EAH MIAMI SPRINGS CENTER will hold Fri pening services at 8 p.m., ic congregation participating (prayers and liturgy. • • • JDATH ISRAEL HEBREW ruTE will hold Friday cveIm ices ;it 7. Saturday morn|r\ ices are at 9. Rabbi Isaac |v.:il officiate, with Cantor Fi.shel I.tit man rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. At 6:30 p.m.. Rabbi Ever will discuss Ethics ol the Fathers. Mincha follows at 7. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m., with Sunday morning services scheduled for 9. • • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening tmeth Sisterhood \ors Barbecue Party Fmeth Sisterhood, of 12201 ih ave is sponsoring a barbe(ach Party scheduled Saturvening. July 23, at Bakers KT Beach. Lynn Woods and Mrs. Grace are in charge of all arpents, Mrs. Blossom TartaM be assisted by Mrs. Rhea and Mrs. Gladys Rubin I Ifshin and Mrs. Beverly p. n are co-chairman of enterCandlelightinp; Time Av 3 — 6:51 p.m. services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald will officiate, assisted by the choir. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at J. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Mincha will be at 6 p.m., followed by a discussion of Ethics of the Fathers. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus, will officiate, with Cantor Jacob Bomstein rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:45. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7. Saturday morning services are at 9. Mincha will be at 6 p.m followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Evening services on Wednesday, Tisha b'Ab, will begin at 7:30 p.m., followed by Eechos • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will, hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach. Saturday morning services are at 10:45. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER wjil hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. as the first in a series of three" late summer services. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and discuss: "Jeremiah at the Summit." Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 3.45. Rev. Rudolph Brill will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m. • • • ANSHE E M E S SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:45. Saturday morning services are at 9. Evening services will be at 6:30. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Phillip Weiss will discuss Ethics of the Fathers at 5:30. Mincha will be at 6:30. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. T Fascell Will Open District Office Here WASHINGTON — School is out here. Congress is getting ready to adjourn, and already Mrs. Dante Fascell and the two little Fascell girls, Sandra. 8 and. and Toni. 3. nave returned to Miami for the summer. Latest word on adjournment is that the Congress should go home around the second week in August. Shortly after that time. Congressman Fascell will return to Miami and set up his Congressional District office there. Between adjournament date and Jan. 1, when the second session of the 84th Confroai convenes, Fascell plans to work throughout his district "'Many people in the district have personal problems." he said, "and we'll be set up in Miami to see them and to talk to them. Also. I want to cover the territory and learn what the people are thinking about the problems that face the nation and Congress John Buckley, administrative assistant to the Congressman, also will be in Flordia during this period. Other plans for the operation of the District office have not been completed, Fascell said. See or Phone Ma NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NIEDS Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 13200 S.W. 3rd ove.-"of 5 Points' eWWWWWV PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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PAGE 6 B • i*~A<*n*ridk-ui Beth David's Mew Spiritual Leader Puts Hope in Education Be h Jac __. w^-Hn,,,,,,,,^..,,„,.. H-MI ;'":, ip %  Continued ffom F*ge 1 B learning. The greatest disease "I American Jewry today i^ itprevalent Ignorance, That. I suppose, accounts for the apathy It is a Judaism of convenience—not conviction. ••I pray thai the rabbinate will permit me to bring at least to my congregation the glow that is vital Juddbtm. Most Jews, you know, fail fully to grasp tne moral and ethical aspects of their faith. I shall count myself successful ii 1 tan bring them to understand these significant cornerstones of Judaism if not entirely, then to the extent that the} grasp and participate In Judaism's ritual EUbbi Rosenberg explained that he proposeto launch this am at Beth David through adult education da : e tective me 1 which I know Art Course Slated At Hirsch School \ series ol Monday evening art classes, to be taughl by William Oberman. well-known Mia mi Beach artist and teacher, will begin at 8 p.m.. Monday, July 25. in the Sam Hindi School of Drama, corner of West 47th it and Pinetree dr. Classes are open to beginners and advanced art students in all mediums, including pencil, pen, charcoal, pastel and oils. In addition to classes in the studio. Oberban is planning frequent sketching field trips. Oberman's work is familiar to local art-lovers for the past seven years. He has been shown at the LoA-e Gallery, the Washington Art Galleries and at the Miami Beach Art Center. He is a member of the Lowe Gallery and the Sara .vota Art Association, where he has also exhibited His paintinghave been shown j in New York City and at other art galleries around the countryFor the past five years, he has taught art classes at the .Miami Beach Community (enter. Oberman has studied and painted for more than 50 years. North Shore Zionists Slate Film, Election North Shore Zionist District will hold its final general membership meeting of the year on Tuesday evening, July 26. at the North Shore Jewish Center, according to Sheldon N. Lelchuk. president. "Man on a Bus'" will be shown Broderick Crawford, Ruth Roman. J Carroll Naisfa and Walter Brennan star in the film. Elec'ton for the ensuing year will also be held. Beth Jacob Names Leader .,1)1.1 Mr i ibor Hannan stem. former chiel Orthodox Rabbi of Kansas City and pre enl cultural iho World Academy for Jewish studio m JeruMl,. m appointed spiritual i B'th Jacob Congregation • %  t Rabbi Stern's nt w imade Wedneadaj ley!, Beth Jacob i i dent i;.,i n is known intetna lionall) for bis scholastic contribution to the State "t Israel, and to i, W ish i. % %  i" general, Meyer said. II,. I, ,. published numerous \ nons and lecturaa. He is an ac-: complished linguist SDM languagHHJJ To assume his ,i ulies | I, Rabbi Stern conei to J 600 Wllh ,h inenda! Chief Ribbi Dr |*aac Hale l zog, of Israel, and Dr. ^ Now York Cit> .\i„ L ing Rabbi Stern were the uL Orthodox Rabbis, the RadiL Council of America and th*i| Academy. North Oade Rummage Silt North Dade Jewish tenteri terhood will hold a rummage, at Stevens Uuik< I 82nd -t andj ave on Monday, July 2Vfr a.m. to 9 p.m Mrs Harry 8taL 1800 NW 114th s. is cha jJ Rummage that ii dean and i able may be brouuht to the i at 13630 West Dixie hwav. Under the combined auspices of the Gables Lodge 173. Knights oi Pythias, and Gables Temple 11, Pythian Sisters, a specially constructed wheel chair is presented to the Crippled Children's Society. Pictured is Dr. Sidney Moss, child welfare chairman of the Lodqe; Mrs. Max Ackerman, child welfare chairman of the Temple; a young patient who gratefully receives the wheelchair; and Mrs. William Hickson. r epresenting the Crippled Children 's Society. GIFFEil INDUSTRIES. INC. CORAl GABLES, FlORIDA v sgjp|> SUB-CONTRACTORSPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALLATION ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF DECKS ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH & THE VENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL UTILITY PIPING COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSULATION EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGN S OLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL BOOSTB S FOR 2-5 YEARS tZcuUtty-Svwlct-'Piiu FREE ESTIMATES Beach Recreation Department Features Concerts Here Stock Broker in Talk David J Williams. Miami stuck broker, will be guest speaker at a meet in'; in the Republican Club. 1947 West Plagler at., Tueadaj evening. July 26. Williams will discuss "Investing in the American Economy." Mrs Kuni Cunda Corwin will entertain. Concert night is scheduled Sat urday evening, July 23. at Pier I'ark Bandshell. Ocean dr. and 1st st by 'he Miami Beach Recreation Department Featured will be Roberta Lynne, lyric soprano, and Fred Reibel. concert baritone, with Arlene R i.' as accompanist On Monday night at the Ocean Front Auditorium, Ocean dr and 10th st a musical program will selections Appearing will be Nell Firestone, soprano; Alicia Zach-i man. mezzo-soprano: and Vienesel vocal coach Jean Scott, accompanist July 27. Wednesday evening at j the Community (enter, 21st st and Washington ave. a concert will in-j elude highlights from Mascagnis "Cavalleria Rusticana." featuring, the voices of Johanna RoUntU, so prano; Ailenc Fdgeworth. contra!-' Complete ami Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE iQktwctCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURJ Till* lawrawca PeUcfes 4 Kansas City Titta fa jS JB JBJ Ca. Capitol, Surptm £ RtscrvtI fie*** 1 SJJI MM feature Italian songs, I.ieder oper-l £l,u^* ij f*"*u^sT*.' Wilkins, accompanist; and Richard atic arias and favorite American Friedman, baritone 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-18*1 NOW OPEN HYMAN'S KOSHER RESTAURANT Serving full course Kosher meals, Traditional Friday night dinners with wine; frl ^P Home baked V %  ^3 desserts from 1301 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 4-4041 HOME LOANS TO BUY. BUILD, REFINANCE. REPAIR or REMODEL You'll like our low cost, low rate, easy monthly payment home loans. Consult us now. There's no obligation! WvBKvnira Robbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •45 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Pbene JE MfM MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avenue ALLAPAnAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th Street Dade Federal RS^ TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. Eighth Street EDISON CENTER BRANCH DADE FEDERAL SAvmfis A 5?9? N#W> S#v,ntn Avenue dividend, twie. .'y.rtor you at h. L ^^i '" d EARN onnum. 0 M „ your I.eouM .£, ,U ,n "•• 3% '•' JOSEPH M. 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|Y, JULY 22. 1955 +Jmlsti fhrkMar? PAGE 7 B |Lazarus Chapter id at Convention recenl district convention WuhinftOO, D.C, Emma Chapter received the Mf> lot award in District 5. Jrue monorail was given to llrcd Reich, president, the percentage gain in momm the B'nai B'rith wornpup. Mrs. Tina Katz. mem•hairman. was elected dep |IM Miami area, tr held its first fund nitlair Wednesday evening. Misi Thelma Gordon Betty Robbins were coLEGAL NOTICE I ii a r i e s SAMUEL SACHS .". \\V 1st at., patted away inlv IT. ill hli< i He ,| b) hiWife, Leila; une Mi s. iv I.I Bloom; :inil two David ;ind Sol Ri-malns ii in Chicago tot at -r\ H >• ami [i in Miami Riverside. MRS JUNE BLAU fc SW :MII BVI died Sunday. %  follow IIIK :m automobile |i lllau i* survivi-il liy hi-r Oeorge, %  MIKIIT anil three S.n HI if iii Rivorsldv l.. i • -1 of Miami, with Inn Provident %  •. It I. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ___. NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVE.N (hat '"V" '• d*slrlng to engage In i' t i-v!'Tr ,-A'O', 'I,.'.!."• nctltloua name of ., KAS ,,r'" l ; 1 H.i II.IMM: CO.. •,. ,' ""AM„„ Miami Bai h, i. i. a. intend ... regi.tei M ld with Hii lark of the Circuit Courl of DioU< minty. i-1..! ELEANORR I. R RKKRY KENNETH K BKRRY %  H1DNET RFRONKON BKBR1 Attorn*) for Both Parties l -";s '''' r :; 1 '"" 1 !*" ,Wm Miami, n i., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrina to engag. in fiy B ATLANTIC VPARTMENTH at ,... Abbott Avenue, Miami i with the. Clerk of tha Circuit Court of Dad* -1 SIDNEY A I fornev 7/lS?28. l !*— J,-'" ,llnK Miami, Woi Ida HARRY LEVINE dealei and civic leader, died |nl home. -"''" Alton ill He i-oiniiiK from \i i.,\ ine a i %  ;i former Ji a i~'\ Home for the hi wa.i membai of iha Ha* Ikbodge of Miami i,.H I:I mi ;m.i tie Btonlal I' Hi wraa alao %  ii iiataa :i i Rj Ha i" .-urv|\ .-.I Ida; two daughters. Mrs ||iii • i w York, and Mm Mian i Beach; and two i %  { i I.I nlal, hoih of I. OH iv. held Bundaj ule Memorial Chanel, Miami l|:li I ini.il .ii Ml N.lio CemeIRS. SARAH LERCH :i An al Qabtea, who from Ali Th n da July 11 she %  : Workman'* %  "Ii i le Ii .!. hare Ma\ % %  'i.i'inii • • Im in. and two ill of Coral Gables i ;>.i • irial In ML Nebo I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dextrin*; to engage In business under the flctitious-num.of HACK CONSTRUCTION, at 10171 E Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor Ii-lamla. Miami Beach 46. Ha.. Intends to reflet** said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIKE HACk'MVKi: SHELDON N I.KI.cilliK. Rsq Attorne> for Mike Hacknner T'|| Se> IK, |i| Bldg., Miami, KlomU 7 /1-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletltious name ,.f MEXICAN GARDENS ItKSTACRANT. at 981 S.W Mh Street. Miami, Morlda. Intends to register said name with the cleik of the t'lriull Court of !>nde County. Florida MACRICR CHAPONICK HENRY 5*CAU?" irAULB, Attornaj for owm Mil W Kl.ii.-l.-r Si 7/8-18-22-tJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the iinderelgned, dealrina t.. engage in bualnaaa undei the flctltloua name or HELENR YORK, at 1883 N I: L'IHI Avanua, Miami, Florida, Intend to rag ni name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida HELEN YL'RKIEWITZ WALTER A YL'RKIEWITZ GEORGE OILRERT. E8Q NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Attorney fur Ap|illi-ants "'1-X-1.-.-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tha undersigned, daalrlng to engage in bualnaaa under the fictitious name of CHARBET CHEMICAL CO., at 6I Washington Avenue. Miami Ban h, Florida, inlend to register -.airl name with the Clerk of tax Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida CHARLES TCKK BHJTTT TURK TIRK Jk NEWMAN AIL. i n. \ .i for Charbel Chemical Co, 1X0 i.im-oin Road. Miami Beach, Ha. 7/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, daalrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of Pl'RCHASING SAI.KS AND SERVICE!, at B'.'T.". SW 62nd Street. Dade County, Morlda, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEW MEKCCK. sol,Owner WKI'MAN WEPMAN, Attya. to; Blacayne ittdg Miami, l-na. 7/1-8-15-22 |AUL M. GOLDBERG |4 >\\ i • |. I Welllli -i ii.i Ii | aalaa* %  '.. Ml. mil is Yurh He was a of tin Mi .i.i Beau .1 Rika | I'ythla* and was ni / ;. |nh i .-m.-r. is Ife. Eva; a M 111; and • %  '. Miami Services lle.-u-l M, iiioi 1,1 \|i,,n '.. iMi but ii III .\it. Slnal ADELE BELOAITCH SV. ,|..,| l,,|v u N i era I Home w i ntlENJAVIN I GLADWIN nt hotel owner. n Ml Gladw in ol retired I •• 11 oil i • In i • %  ) e.u s ago wife, Kb. v two Hi "I la .. im -IHIMT of i Miami s II Surl di Clvli II ith, Royal An h ilde i.odg...i... i' •>, re Julj rl in 1 1I.I|.I I. No, ii.andv • in I'etloil LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDEr. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tli.u tinundersigned, desiring to engage '" bualnaaa under tha fictitious name of BUNOCO GOULDS, at Pederal lllghnraj ..mi s.w, KSth Btreet, Goulds, Florida, intends to legist, t said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of Dade county. Fioibii OARWOOD 0 WIOGIN, Individual proprietor KURT WELLIHCH, Attome; 1411-17 Congress Building. Miami. I I.i T/S-ll-zS-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage n bualnaaa under the flctfi a name of RASH ION PAIR, at 7939 Blacayne Boulevard, Miami, Ha. Intends to leglsler said name with I lie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NAN Mil.I,Kit (sole owner) 7,15-22-29 — 8 ". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .-ngag.In business under the flctltloua noun"I K .V: K BAR AND RE8TAURANT, at 4'.'.,L' N W {2nd Ave Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, F lorid a ItDltKItT KENNETH SWEEDLER Ni H'.I.K CLARK KMITH HENRY M CAIN At tm nay for Applli 1511 W Flaglet st. Miami, Pla. l %  : UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS IIERKBY i;i\ EN thai •< %  .it. in the rti-tit|oii> nuiiir of ^N M'K KITCHEN, .it iv St Intends to register said Hi the clerk of tinCircuit i • i.imt \. Florida IRENE KISHKl: lit .\ flARS \|i|.lliant st II P 1 : E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN that '•Igneil, desiring to engage In ",il. i t)„. flctltloua name of v 'I It Tli A (1 K INVENTin ,i, Leon Brvd I'la., Intends to register "nil ti„. Clark of the Clr" "f ii,,,i.. (•,,„„,x Florida • 'HtDSHMAN. Sola rwnar '/'•• It WAYNE 1 AiipUcani • Leon Blvd. II UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I %  IS IIERKBY OIVEN that desiring to engage In '•" %  lei ti„. fictitious name of NI-.\\> i ENTER, at 117 s K Miami. Intends to register ""b the Clerk of the Or"f Hade County, Florida. ,„ HERB BENSON f 1 t! \i:s .J" r A| .ant Higler si %  1-12 N U AMi R LA^ CT,T,0U Hud. county. Florid*. MYfcR MATLOW 'J*. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No 100984 OSCAB S CAPLAN and s.\i:.\)i B PAPLAN, Mi wife. tlntlffa, vs. KATHERYN WILSON OLATT Indlviduall) and aa AdnUnlstratru of the Batata ol EDWARD i: OLATT Sr.. a.k.-t Edward R ciatt Da •' %  '-'i (Eat iti in the Probate Court of ( ..ok Count) Illinois, No 201 MAURICE OLATT and CARA OLATT, bN wlf... EDWARD K OLATT, .III and Sg4H4?5 EN H OLATT. I,ls Jrlfe. EJ ELI N OLATT ATZ, a k %  EVELYN ATZ, and DAVID s AT/. her husband, anil THE t'NKNOWN HEIRS OP EDWARD K f.l.A IT. sn lf >n y and any and all other persona, if any claiming any estate, right, title or Interest in. or lien upon the real property herein described, which is located In Dade County, .state of Florida l-ot I, iii Block I. of BEACH VIEW BUB-DIVISION, according to the Plat tb.-ieof. recorded In Mat Hook 9. at r i iplti i; |( of Dade County. Florida, I 'efendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To KATHERYN WILSON OLATT, lndl\ Idu.ilh and Administratrix, 17.'..". East r.r.th St.. Apt 504 Cliliago. Illlii.i MAlTRICR OLATT and CARA OLATT, his wife, 7ii| ] i '.III-.1 i n, .Av Chliago, Illinois EDWARD i: UI.ATT. JR., and SII \i:i.i:i;\i-: civr r, his 7 8. Shore Drive, Chliago. Illinois EVELYN GL VIT ATZ nnd DAVID S ATZ. her husband. 6'.'7" S. Euclid Ave Chli-ago. Illinois, .mil THE t'NKNOWN HEIRS OP EDWARD E. ci.ATT. si:, if any. and any and all Other peraona, if any, claiming in. estate, right, title or in:. 11 I In, 01 Hen upon the i .-.ii pi opal t] bei • in des, t ilieil. w Iii, Ii la located In Dad,. Coiiiitv, Slate of I'loinl.i: Lot I, In HI.., k I, of BEACH View SUBDIVISION, accordUtg to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook :>, at Page 118, Of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida Y.u. and each of you. are hereoj notified that a Complaint to Remove Cloud and For other II.lief baa been iiie.i against you, and imi are hereby reiiuiieii to aerve %  copj of your Answer to said Complaint on Plaintiffs attorneys. CKNKT c.KNKT. 420 l.in.i.ln Road, Miami He.o b. Morlda. and file the original Answ.i In the office of the Clerk of the t IrcUl Court, on or before the 1st da) August. 1956. In default of wlili-h allegations of said Complaint will be T( jRflHIE MICELLO of the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that tin undersigned, daalrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at IIS Mth st Miami Hen, h, Intanda to register s.iid name with the Clerk of Hi.Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida ART MAI ER Sole i twnar DAVID M GONSHAK Attorn*) f'H Applli -ant 7n| I'.i-i .l\ lie Hlllg 7/J2.J8 s ,,-iL' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engnge in business under the fictitious minieof THE JEWISH KiiKiM JEWIHH AMERICAN RROADCAHTINf! COMPANY; .IKWISH AMERICAN AD V'KRTIHINO AGENCY; RELIOIOl.'H BROAD "ASTINO i •< iNSIl.TANfS. n f<4 I'hiiinlii i of Commeiie BUIMIng, Mia ml, I la Intend to ragl with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida SIMON SRIDEN and MARY KE1DEN SHELDON EDWARHH 7 r. 22 : % %  • s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICR is HEREBY GIVEN that the ui sd, desiring to enga business undei the fictitious nami ol BAND TRADING COMPANY (NOT INC.), at loot DuPont Bldg., Intend to register said name with the Clark of th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY HANI. MAIN BAND LEONARD KAI.ISH Attome) im Appliesnta 1001 DuPont Hldg. I l 12-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und.-i signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol CAPITOL WINERY LTD. at I1S7 N W, 12nd Street, Miami. Florida, Intanda to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit court of Dade County, plorida WINK CORP >F FUiRIHA. a Florid,i i ni pot ation. s..i,. owner A in INOVITZ, ARONOVITZ A CAIDIN Attorneys For Wine Corp ol Florida 7 15-22-29 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE isHEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engaga In business urul. i the fictitious name of DRAPERY HOUSE, at 10 Almeria Avenue, Coral Oablea, Morlda intendt to regUtei Bald name witli the i of the Circuit Court of i i.oi. County, Florida CORA I. CIABLES WHOLESALE CO, sole owner ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ Ai CAIHIN Attorneys foi Coral Oablea Wholesale Co. 7/1-1-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai lagt In business undei the flctltloua name ..( CARIBBEAN COL'RT APARTMENTS, al 8783 Abbott Avenue Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reglatei said name with tha Clark of thi cult Cuuii of Dade County, Plorida I.I il is Will lENHKRi! ANN \ SCH lENBERO ISRAEL H MKI.I.M \N \ii il.l.li: MELLMAN SIDNEY BKRt iNSON Attoi in ) foi All Pat L'lii Khoreland Building, Miami. Florida IS 22-29 8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that the undersigned, di i ngage in business under the flctltloua name of LIBERTY Bt'DOET Bl'REAU, at Weal Plagler Street. Mia nl, I la intends to aald n.une v\ It h Hi. Clark Of the Circuit Court of Dm i 'niint \. Florida SAMUEL M, BCHACK Kol Owner GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorney* for Reglatrant \S -I I lagler 81 Miami. Moi Ida 7 JJ--::> — I :.-u NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 181401 AURELIO MICELLO, Plaintiff, JESSIE Ml' l.'l.l.i >. Defendant SUIT FOR OIVORCE taken ss confessed against you DATED at Miami. Morlda, this Z dayof June^..^ IKATHKRMAN Cb-iK of the Circuit Court B): it. H. RICE. JR (Seal) Deputy Clerk 7. 1-s-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fl.tltlous name of llliKA PAN-AMERICANA, al t SW tail Si. Miami, intends to reg,ld name with the Clerk of the C.rcu.tCour,of^a,.e^o,,n, ;K M :i;r 7/22-29 — 8/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol TUB BR1DOE KOKLM. at 811 S.W. 8l)i Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register ssld name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. WOrkl WILLIAM E BKAMON 7/22-20 — l/5-lt 1047 Weatcheetei Avenue Bronx, N.U Y.nk You, JESSIE MICELLO, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed agalnef you, .imi you are required to servi a copy of your Answei or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on tha plaintiff's Attorney, OEORGE CHERTKOK. 807 Oiympia Building. Miami 12, Florida, and file the original Answer or Plead ing in the office of the Clerk of the in, mi Court on or before the ith day of August, 1955. if you fall to do so. Judgment bj default will 4ie tie_.li against >ou foi the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint This BOtlOe shall lie published om•• %  each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDtAN. DONE AND ORDERED st Miami. Florida, this 14 day of July, AD. IfW. K I! DEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dnde County. Morlda By JOAN COCRNOYRB, (Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk GKOROE CHERTKOF Attorney for Plaintiff •07 utvmpU Building. Miami IS. Pla....7/22-29 — 8/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180909 JOHN 8. RICHARDSON, Plaintiff. HELEN A RICHARDSON, I ii-feiiilant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HELEN A. RICH ARDSt i.N. ERNEST CHAPMAN s ni I loule% ii ii Island Heights, New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce bss been filed you, and Jim in. quired to s.-i\.a copy of your Ai or Pleading to the Hilt of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. HENRV \i i AIN and ARTHUR D. DECKELMAN, 2SIS w.st Flagler Street, Ml imi. Plorida, and rue the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clei k nt the i "li. ult i 'out t on m before the 1st day of August. If you fail to do so. judgment b) default will be taken against you fm i in n let demand* d n the "'" of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four conaecutlve weaka iii THK JEWISH II.I ii:11 M AN In >NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida. Ibis J7lli dav of June, A D. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade 'omit v, Florida B) w.M W STOCKING, .it Courl Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN and ARTHUR D DECKELMAN Attorneys for Plaintiff r.i*. w Flagler si Miami, Mm-iiia 7 l-t-15-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business und.i the flctltloua name of IKCCV JEAN ORIOINALS, at 2-T \ i: :'itii Street, Miami. Florida Intend t" • I Istet -.mi II. im.a itti the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade County, Florida IKAN HI'ROII Kit HAZEL MKRCl'R LEW MERCI R WEPMAN WBPMAfl Attorneys for Applicants 107 Hi %  Bldg., Miami. Ha. 7 I S -1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKKEBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage tn business under the fictitious name of APPLIANCE BERVICE CENTER, al IM N.W. 2th street. Intends to • ter ssld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. DAVID i ZA NO WILL SubOwm r 7/1-8-15-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN thst the undersigned, desiring to engai it undei the fictitious name of It & S MUSIC CO., not Inc. at 1312 N I.' Bayahore Drive, Intanda t" Ister said name with the elet k of the Circuit i".,mt of Dad* County, Florida. NORMAN R. ROOERH MAX P ENGEL Attorn*) f,,r Norman I! lingers 7/8-15-22-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in the fictitious %  I:i ni. "f SUNOCO BOULEVARI >, at 1 If, Blacayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida. Intends to register s.iid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Morida OARWOOD 0 WIGGIN, Individual proprietor KURT WELLI8CH. Attorne) 1414 Congress Building. Miami. Morida ; R-ll-Jg-tg NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalcned, dealrina t,, engage In business under the fictitious nan SUN SERVICE STATIONS, at 4:!ll Ponce de Loon Boulevard, Caral Oablea Morida. intends to rei aald name arith the Clark of the Clrcult Court of Dado County, Florida GARWi i. il(• u IGG1N. Indli Idual proprietor KCKT WELLIHCH, Attorney 1414-17 Congreaa Huildlng, Miami. Mu. 7 8-15-22-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW No TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, dealring to engage in business under the fletltious name of BUNOCO OABLEH, at 1309 Pom i n Coiii. vat d, i'oi.ii Qabb Ida, Intends to register aald name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade ( 'otiiitv iloi Ida. OARWOOD O WIOGIN. iiuiiv Idual p n|ii i. KURT WKi.i.iscii. Attorne) mi Congreaa Building, Miami, Plorida 7 8-1S-22-29 NOTICF. 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PAGE 8 B jntut nerkfiarj %  glDA^juiYa] Last Hope for Homeless Children !" ... :. kt• when IK drenVS.oIBiBTtthsld [or normal happiness :;>•. he ; ,, which ho had be< to %  nffice to tell mr he them I have never been |oI doal think I c ilii-n enough I>r Dux clc flle a child of 13 says that ton know through what hearn he miiM have Ron. \ n( j ^ .know that he h.vcom M0( know.' he >;'d to me, I j stand KM Meaning and cat*] .,,„ k i u.i! I m children j than many adult Throtf ,,, ha v e children you -hould love!we will cure I came to >">' OM be is trying agam m.t to *) d u ,flcu 2 ,nd long Onb M-teni.-.y to said something to me that ^ J both his • md ,h ,ength •ill ahead % %  %  is; I i!.next met ng queue* i • : ; %  il. then \he and finall> .. ... i .. i rnfhinp O!M 1I. .%  to d Enrico w ;! i1 *" 1 B fen ents had : rtu nd ponniievrefu His birth was an economic I >hip for the family; I several yearwas unable to find work, and with much I lived on the chai D ,..-!;, [ other be strained. Enrico was -em Christian kindergarten B tholic kindergarten IK • .MI as th< : I" %  bee. to kindernd. When Em His hies incn •• becam> mely unruly, backward in his D to stutter I H • and he I la) I dis ailed ho* he 1 or when • sions he to understand 1 %  Dux looked u| m our • • ita most u • :.-. until it ect its n01 Enrico, like an) other with us, knows whj ., is here. 1 and other I emigratioi %  "' who came h ,. r ,. _,, lV up v .,:h ait the burden of two children, they ilties. He I .head through Youth iris' of our H Aliyah H who hat me back 1 ents did not love him were coi ex-tcachet their ed, it s< bim; and on .1 and happy life He is arrival in Israel he becami II. and he more difficult ... in a kibbutz the family decided to pr> • ward in hi lessons, unrul; ss, and difficult in hi! people. .' M .-hould be sent to the B nai B'rith H me for t'hildren-the only pub Hi <>ne day la-t week when he got angT) and balanced himself on the ledge of a third floor window and threatened to jump il we did not leave him lie instituti ;lt children alone 1 looked at him quietly. in Israel Sil told him that he was excited and ".943. the en's Sumight hurt himself if I was to preme Council ha> accepted the ennear him Therefore I would leave bride-to-be IN PIGTAILS R IETTY LITTLE LADY, not bothered by thoughts of tope chest, trousseau and wedding bell.' But forcsighted parents must think ahead! Many thousands do— and come to Chase Federal, where they not onlv add systematically to their own savings accounts for unexpected emergencies and for carefree later years ... but they also have savings accounts definitely "earmarked" for Sally's wedding or Johnnie's college tuition. Saving for a definite purpose becomes a whole lot easier and more pleasant. Especially at Chase Federal, where each account is insured to $10,000 and where it just naturally grows bigger through generous dividends twice each year. A friendly welcome awaits you at Chase federal. S;cp in today. Current Dii nleiul Rate 3 /o per annum STABILITY AND BARNIKCS ATTESTED BY 41 CONSECUTIVE CV. IKZV.W FEDERAL SMUGS AND LOAN A8SOC IATION Rabbi Clifton Harby Levy (left) receives certificate granting him honorary life membership in the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner. president of the rabbinic association, tendered certificate at recent 66th annual convention of CCAR in Asbury Park, N.J. Dr. Levy, 88. of New York City, who this year celebrates 65th anniversary of his ordination, is the oldest living graduate of the aiOHY starrmg Adolph M tmlou Monday 8:30 p.m. WTVJ. Hebrew Union College (Class of 1890). u: ii,. COIN aoi:. nn ccuns AVE. ^M lUV 433 wt STUIT. MIA:I: t


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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 22, 1955

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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University of Florida
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liB\wiislbJEIIiD!Pidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ME 2yNumber 29
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 22. 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
LEGATION REVEALS VIEWS IN SURPRISE MOVE
wmit Meeting At Geneva Sets Stage For Soviet Statement On Iron Curtain Jewry

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ED NATIONS (JTA)For the first time since
i u-hment of the United Nations, the Soviet dele-
i
ere disseminated to the press Tuesday a statement
ish religious life in the Soviet Union. The state-
d not touch upon the liquidation of Jewish cultural
n>. in the USSR, nor did it make any mention of
of 'missing" Jewish writers in Russia, or about
at ion of life in Biro-Bid jan which was proclaimed
h autonomous region more than 25 years ago.
statement, which was circulated on the eve of the
df the Big Four meeting in Geneva, attracted
n in United Nations circles, was written by M.
will who was not identified by the Soviet delega-
tl whose name has never before appeared in public.
: (.f the statement reads:
zens of the Jewish nationality are found amongthe
inhabitants of cities and villages in different regions of the
Soviet Union. Religious Jews attend prayers at the syna
gogues and observe the rituals prescribed by their religion.
Synagogues are always well attended on Passover. Shev
uoth. Rosh Hashonah. Yom Kippur, Succoth and othr
religious holidays and at Yizkor.
"In the Soviet Union, the Jewish faith enjoys the same
rights as the Russian Orthodox Church and other churches
and religions. Adherents of the Jewish faith in the USSR
have their religious societies or communities. Synagogues
or prayer buildings have been placed at the disposal of
these-communities by the local administrations and they
have all the necessary facilities for prayers and for the
performance of rituals. If a Jewish religious society has
been organized in a district where no special building is
available for a synagogue, the society may apply to the
local authorities for a special building for a synagogue,
or for a land allotment for the construction of a syna-
gogue, this allotment being provided free of charge.
"The religious society has the right to lease premises
for a synagogue from the local authorities or from private
owners. The only condition required for the organization
of a Jewish, or any other religious society in the USSR
is that there be no less than twenty members. The Jewish
religious societies have their own shochtim, mikvahs, etc.
Before Passover the state designates special bakeries in
places with a large Jewish religious population for baking
matzohs for sale. Especially appointed religious observers
are required to sanction the use of the matzohs as ritual
bread. Those who desire may bake matzohs at home.
Continued on Kao* 5 A
listork Negev-Yarkon Pipeline Opened In Spedal Ceremony
1
Three-Year Task Cost $40 million}
Will Pump Three Billion Gallons
Of Water into Israel's Southland
By Special Correspondent
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ana Carmel, Miss Israel entry in the Miss Universe compe-
ihon at Long Beach. Cal., arrives at New Yoik International
^irpen aboard an El Al Israel Airlines Constellation. Born in
1 in. China. Miss Israel, just turned 19, speaks English
h an American accent absorbed from her American tutor.
ROSH HA'AVIN. ISRAEI^-I saw a dream come true in Israel.
Together with 15 directors of community campaigns affiliated with
the nationwide United Jewish Appeal who arrived Monday from the
U.S., I stood in a vast amphitheatre overlooking a crumblirtg Crusader
fortress and watched the President of Israel. Itzhak Ben-Zvi. Tuesday
open the 66-mile-long Yarkon-Negev pipeline, Israel's version of the
Colorado River project.
Behind this ceremony lay not only years of earth-moving work,
but also a visionthe vision that the desert wastes of the Negev. half
of the land of Israel, could be turned into a blossoming land of pros
perous farms, thus strengthening this young democratic outpost in the
Middle East.
I saw the vision become fact. I saw the giant valves turn and
the water flow swiftly southward to make possible the irrigation of
another 50.000 acres in man's endless war against the desert, thereby
giving thousands of refugees the priceless chance to live a life of
freedom as independent farmers, and Israel the opportunity to multiply
its production of cotton, flax and sugar beets to move closer to economic
self-sufficiency.
A shore decade ago even the vision would have seemed ludicrous.
In 1945. only three years before Israel was born, not a single permanent
agricultural settlement existed in the huge triangle of the Negev.
In 1946 the first small step to reclaim this wilderness were made
when the' Jewish Agency, aided by the funds raised in communities
across the United States through the United Jewish Appeal, established
a half dozen settlements in the
Negev and built a tiny, six-inch ir-
rigation pipeline. Still, when the
State of Israel was born, there were
only a few hundred farmers in the
Negev vastness.
Then from the end of 1948 on
came mass immigration and the
crying need to feed the newcomers
and to turn these refugees from
European DP camps and the ghet-
tos of Moslem lands into produc-
tive citizens. The drive to settle
the Negev began and by this year
there were 65 agricultural villages
in the Negev with more than
10.000 farmers working the soil
When the rainfall was right their
Continued on Page 11 A
Negev-Yarkon pipeline work-
men hack away at earth
made sterile by thousands of
years of alien neglect.
1>"S NAZIS COLLABORATED WITH MM
astner Defends His Role in Hungary
WIV (JTA)Dr. Israel
former head of the Hun-
tatWb Hescue Committee
been accused of collabo-
1 th the Nazis during the
J"and whose case precipitat-
P> the dropping of the General
Si-mists from the Israel Cabinet
his week made a lengthy re-
port on his role in Hungary dur-
ing the Nstl occupation. Ha said
mi he hopes to clear his same
when he appears in court July 31
to testify on a complaint against
him.
it was not I who collaborated
with the Germans, but some Ger-
mans, particularly the Nazi lead-
er Col. Kurt Becher who collabo-
rated with me," he stated. He
insisted that not only had he and
his rtrf1r*** "done nothing
against Jewish interests, but (we)
wrote an heroic chapter of devo-
tlon and sacrifice which deserves
a) appreciation."
Noting that some newspapers
__chiefly the organs of the Ma-
pam and Communist Parties
had demanded he be tried as a
Nazi collaborator, he said that
he had planned to write a book
on the Jewish tragedy in Hun-
gary but had postponed it for
ten years to enable him to have
Continued en Patje 2 A
Negev-Yarkon pipeline, historic undertaking which opened
July 19. stretches into the far distance of what will one day be
fertile hills and valleys.


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Kastner Defends His Role in Hungary
Continued from Page 1 A
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nple question": "Could
i -.: Gern n exti i
lews the; The
mained alive :it the
i : the ir in such i
i. rezin and ether-, he
I survived because I ol
l-;. eher, Himmler's deputy, was :<
list who foresaw Hitler's col-
| therefore intervened be-
i ., he wanted an alibi. Never
thi less, Dr. Kastner credited Col
Beiher with having saved many
inda ol lews.
Dr. Ka>tner said that ho had
^reat ambitions to save the
Jews." therefore he had joined
1941 This underground, he,
., 1941 This undergorund. he
noted, had helped Jews in all part-
ol Europe to find shelter some-
where. Many thousands of Polish.
S t..kian and Czech Jews had
been saved by thi- movement. he(
added It was "natural" that when
the (.ermans occupied Hungary
that h" a member of the Mapai
partyhou!d be added to the res
cue committee which represented
most of the Zion^t parties.
This committee. Dr Kastner
said, decided to negotiate with
the Germans on the basis of trad-
ing Jewish lives for money This
approach permitted the committee
to gain time for its other activi-
ty-, -uch as forging document-
and providing funds for refugees
from "'her countries.
The situation under the Nazis
in Hungary differed from that in
Poland or Russia. Dr. Ka-stner in-
si-ted The Hungarians m the rural
areas were hostile to Jews and
w.uted lor the moment when they
could loot the Jews' property. In
addition, there was no under-
ground with which contact could
be maintained.
According to Dr. Kastner the
rescue committee's activitiesspe
cifically the negotiations with'
Becher and Himmler were re-'
sponsibie for the saving of 15.000
Jews through their transfer to Vi-i
enna. the saving of 80,000 of Buda-1
pest's 170.000 Jews through forged,
documents and shelter in friendly I
homes, and the saving of 1.600
more on a train heading for the
Belsen camp and the saving of
many thousands in various camps.
Charge for Unveiling Notices
Beginning with its issue of
July 1, The Jewish Floridien
will charge five dollars for the
insertion of unveiling notices in
its columns. Announcement of
this new policy has been the re-
sult of increased production
costs and the premium placed
upon space availability. Many
English Jewish newspapers
throughout the nation adopted
this procedure some time ago,
and The Jewish Floridian has
withheld from charging for un-
veiling insertions as long as
possible in line with its desire
to give readers maximum serv-
ice.
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David Dubinsky, president of
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ment Workers Union, is
shown above with students
at the Histadrut vocational
school, "International House,"
near Haifa, during his first
visit to the State of Israel.
Dubinsky. one of the top Jew-
ish labor leaders in America,
spent ten days in Israel as
guest of Histadrut. the Israel
labor federation.
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nber of major Jewish or-
l ns and local Jewish com-
j. i lations councils.
| irst responsibility of Jew-
1 unity relations agencies is
Bi ,ih matters directly affect-
tho statement declares,
nee shows, however, not
I : group threatens the rights
lall, ; ut al>o that the rights of
,-t equally affected by legal
..,;:< > taken in defense of any
Cific recommendations in-
following:
That Jewish community rela-
neies engage in activities
[ to prevent discrimination
n> group; 2. that Jewish
jimu: ity relations agencies give
i to measures designed to
\ civil liberties; 3. that
i stages or lack of facili-
I to intensify discrimina-
ii employment, bousing or
L '. measures to expand op-
tur.ities and facilities are a
lp r concern of Jewish agencies.
\ when a social welfare bill
inrt.ng. (and) there is a qucs-
w h e t her Jewish agencies
liihl upport inclusion of a pro-
in t'i insure that it is admin-
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instance. Iamb breast. Sephardic
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Rice Filled Lamb Breast
1 breast of lamb, average size
^ cup cooked rice
1 teaspoon salt
Dash of pepper or paprika
1 onion, diced or grated
3 or 4 tablespoons crushed pine
nuts (pecans or peanuts will
do)
2 tablespoons minced parsley
4 tablespoons olive oil or other
vegetable oil
2 cups boiling water
Trim off some of the bits of fat
from the meat and chop fine. Cut
a pocket in the lamb breast for
filling. Combine cooked and well
drained rice, seasonings, onion,
nuts and minced parsley. Fill the
cavity or pocket in the meat and
close the opening with wooden
toothpicks or metal skewers.
Brown lightly on all sides in some
of the oil, using a large frying pan.
Dust lightly with flour to prevent
the oil from spattering all over the
kitchen. When the filled meat is
browned, dust generously with
flour on all sides and place it in a
roasting pan. Add a half cup of
boiling water at a time, every 15
minutes while roasting the meat
at 350. Allow 26 minutes per
pound or till nicely browned. Yes,
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also to brush top of meat. We're
opposed to waste of any kind! Be
sides, it adds up tp> a browner
crusted ruoat of lamb breast!
Serve this dish with tomato sauce
and call it "American version." but
give credit to our Sephardic breth-
ren for a tasty dish. Serves 4.

Midsummer Salad Dessert
1 medium size fresh pineapple
1 pound sweet cherries, pitted
2 bananas, thinly sliced
8 or. creamed cottage cheese
2 tablespoons sugar
Dash of salt
l4 cup coarsely chopped pecans
or walnut*
1 4 Cup mayonnaise type dressing
4 tablespoons sour cream
2 tahlesooons confectioners'
Lettuce
Trim pineapple, cutting out all
"eyes." Slice down center length-
wise then cut each half lengthwise
for easier handling. Cut away hard
core from each of the four sec-
tions. Slice into quarter inch thick
wedges. Combine with sliced ba-
nanas and pitted cherries and chill
in the refrigerator while preparing
remaining ingredients. Combine
cheese, sugar, salt and chopped
nuts. Form into cheese balls the
size of walnuts or smaller, allow-
ing at least two per serving. Ar-
range lettuce leaves on 4 to 6 serv-
ing plates. Place some of the mix-
ed fruit combination in the center
of each and top with cheese balls.
Combine mayonnaise with sour
cream and confectioners' sugar and
spoon over top of salads or serve
separately. Serves 4 to 6.
Variations: Canned pineapple,
diced or cut slices, may be used
instead of the fresh fruit. Use the
syrup in place of sour cream for a
dressing, omitting the cheese balls
for Fleishig meals. Add nut halves
for added calories if you must.
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_______________________FRIDAY, JULY 211
During The Week ...a* i s*
By LEO MINDLIN
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street d hjjung Mr Bitter back on the podium Sunda, j
OFFICE and ^ ^^ __ ^^_________ ^ ^ ^ audl,or.um.JJ.tat withJheappear,*'j
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher Volume 2q
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor_____________
Friday, July 22. 1955
Ab 3. 5715
A New Voice Rises Among the Nations
President Eisenhower is now in Geneva with
Western leaders hard at work to iorqe a means
of thawing out the cold war. As the world
waits hopefully for possible evidence of recon-
ciliation between the communists and free peo-
ple everywhere, all eyes are turned on him
and on the leaders of the Union of Soviet So-
cialist Republics.
It should be apparent by now, however, that
the U.S. and Russia do not constitute the sole
participants in this awesome arena. While in
effect the Soviets represent the nations behind
the Iron Curtain, and America is cast in the
role of spokesman for the Western countries,
there will yet be a third voice at Genevaa
voice presumably identified with the democra-
cies but intent on forging human destiny on its
own terms.
This voice is the voice of West Germany
a nation divided after being destroyed during
World War II and risen aaain in one brief
decade to recapture a leading European role.
Representing the West German Republic. Dr.
*
Lest the President Forgets
Leading Jews in the American community
have requested President Eisenhower to deliver
a message to Marshal Bulganin during the
current Geneva meeting of the Big Powers.
These Jews have asked the President to re-
mind Bulqanin of the 2,500.000 unfortunate
Jews trapped behind the Iron CurtainJews
v/ho must avoid expressing their spiritual and
cultural heritaqe because "hard core cosmo-
politanism" will not be tolerated in the com-
munist world.
We know that Mr. Eisenhower's role at Ge-
neva is a difficult one and that his mind is
heavily burdened by the enormously long list
of grievances which must be erased if East
and West are to co-exist in peace and harmony.
But we certainly hope that the President does
not forqet the request made of him by the
American Jewish leaders. Their concern for
their fellow Jews is not a narrow, reliqious mat-
ter. It strikes at the heart of communist philos-
ophyat the core of the Russian campaign
against human freedom and individual dig-
nity.
While we don't expect Mr. Eisenhower to
change communist philosophy in one brief sit-
ting at Geneva, we do believe it will speak well
of the West il he tells the Russians to let the
Iron Curtain Jews emigrate.
Moses was less interested in Pharaoh's per-
sonal creed than in advising him to let his peo-
ple go. President Eisenhower can strike a blow
for democracy if he suggests to Marshal Bul-
ganin that the Soviet should do likewise.
the arrival of yet a third -the man whoa* udartly ,Bway.nK backj
150,1 vitwrotwly s^ sawing.shoulders haye attracted., sought ily it*,
m-----~~~^~ of local music lovers during p**t year*. -
And then I was becoming sorely fatigued by the foolishne,
Number I ..Cfin,plls|,m>" for tap dancer and orchestra, typewriter and orch,
and a host of other musical things created to be sacrificed on thei
of summer concert goer's good humor and relaxed aesthetic a,
bility Summer theater as artistic effort, straw circuit news rtv*
relies principally on standard dramatic fare and forays only on occ*
into off beat productions to temper for July and August what
otherwise be unusually heavy activity.
Adenauer will be accorded a degree of respect *
only second to that which the Russians are pre- GuflrJf Down Summer Time
rxned to pay our own government. | BUT POP concerts often seem to be the repository of all that,
Solidly identified with the West, Dr. Aae- bo excused in musical art. I have no notion of what prompts ,
nauer and Bonn must nonetheless be regarded with a healthv measure of care in their proxy cheap affectation. which apologues at the wrj beginning for what |
^,: at Geneva The reasons are these: | iistener will have to hear through to the end. Nor do I understand)
dealings at ueneva. motivation behind a symphony "for Orchestra and Airplane Propel
It is clear that President Eisenhower ior ^ an artj^ (,.m cxpend his precious creative energy to con*i
a long time avoided the possibility of a wjth a pjece of trjvja i should certainly be disappointed if pop,
meeting "at the summit." Whatever his certs gcneraiiy wore responsible for inspiration gone astray.
political motivations may have been, the' yet pop concerts may sometimes be seriously regarded as a|
President was iqnored by the Kremlin cipal reason for such compositions. "How cute" is the response .
when he finally proposed such a meeting intelligent audience that would, during any month of the year m
vvnen ne imauyp V j. and August, re(use its ear to the bizarre.
to Hussion leaaers. returned Sunday evening with some summer (are
Konrad Adenauer went way out or. a "^ ,istcmng ^^ tnc works hc and the UM orchestra,
limbsacrificing his personal political formcd wcrc short in durationnot in talent. Entitled Opera Ni^
security in a mighty effort to get Bonn to Jhp program was carefully designed to introduce individually and i
underwrite the remilitarization of Ger-j succcssj0n soprano, tenor and bass in brief appearances. Shirley w
many. The Chancellor's haste was in seemed no more than adequate in "Lo. Hear the Gentle Lark" i
anticipation of talks between East and -caro Nome" from Rigoletto. "Lo. Hear the Gentle Lark" is one of |
West classic gvmnastic pieces for dedicated coloratura that concert-w
Hopinq that Adenauer's program would generally classify as a "war horse." It is too bad that the entire cole
be scrapped by Bonn, the Kremlin con-j tura range has not yet been so classified.
tinued to ianore President Eisenhower's. f _
suggestion for a summit meeting and ac- The Wedding Of mUSIC-Uroma
cepted his invitation exactly one day erf- THE REWARDING feature here was John Paul Murphy
ter the German Parliament finally agreed! obligato Miss Ward was followed by tenor Frederick Cushman. w
a.
b.
c.
to the formation of a new German army.
This clearly means that the Russians fear a
rearmed Germany. The bitterly humorous
thing is that responsible leaders in the Western
world have similar fears; the machine of de-
struction they now create to bolster their own
strength in the campaign aqainst communism
may some day be the German machine against
which they must ior a third time in the 20th
century pit their strength.
Dr. Adenauer and Bonn certainly recognize,
their position of advantage. While Dr. Ade-
nauer's sincerity has thusfar been accepted I
"Che gelida manina" from La Boheme sounded uneven and scratd
There was the phrasing of Richard Tucker and the Occasional lyno
of Tagliavini. but on the whole it did not come off. However. Mr."
mans "E Luccvan le Stelle" from Tosca appeared to be inspired.
Cushman affected a proper transference to the role of Cavaradossii
to Cavaradossi's memory of Floria Tosca.
Concert-going has its memorable moments, and this was cer
one of them. One could lean back and forget all about high frequ
roll-off, equalization and bass compensation, push-pull, feed-back,
coil resistance, pickup chatter and the what-have-you flotsam *
phonograph addict. For a.s pop concerts on occasion forget musk in I
name of performing the unknown composerwho in turn exph
sympathies of a summer audienceso too do "high fidelity"
enthusiasts frequently forget the purpose of their interest.
Mr. Cushman's rendition of "E Lucevan le Stelle" did away
without question, he is, himself, a man nearing I thatat least for meand set the stage for the appearance ol
80 and subject to the frailties of all men. Bonni George Gibson. It is heartening that such a talent as Mr.
suffers from no such frailty. In its quest for a
new, ascendant Germany, it may merely be
waiting to seize the day, and Geneva is per-
haps the first step in that direction.
On Monday. Chancellor Adenauer left Bonn
Fifth Season for Our Pop Concerts
It has been heartening during the past five
weeks to observe upward of 3.000 people jam
Miami Beach auditorium on consecutive Sun-
day evenings to listen to the University of Mi-
ami Summer Symphony Orchestra.
The pop concerts are in their fifth season
here, and they have virtually become a tradi-
tion by now. Offering programs of classical
and light classical music conducive to summer
listening, the UM Orchestra seems well on its
way to charming the hearts of Greater Miam-
lans who seek cultural diversion the year
round.
Both the orchestra and the university are
to be congratulated for the rich imagination
they have demonstrated in forging ahead with
their pop concert programs to the point where
Miami summers would seem stranqelv silent
w.thout them.
They have contributed qreatly to the cultural
development of the community, as well as to
the availability of concert hall listening
lives with us in Miami. His performance of "Evening Star" from
hauser was excellent. In addition to the fact that his German dk
seemed just about perfect and was clearly understandable throu|
the entire ana. he wedded perfectly the meaning of opera as Wi
would have had it. Opera for Wagner was music-drama, and Mr. Gil
apparently remembered that fact, for his singing demonstrated a(
for Switzerland to set up headquarters on the merger of the dramatic meaning of his words with the symbolic
fringe of the Big Four summit conference. From functional significance of Wagner's music.
a mountaintop hotel at Muerren, 90 miles from "* *
Geneva. Adenauer has been in close contact Conservation of Musical Energy
with the conference- and, we are sure, with WHAT SEPARATED Mr Gibson as an artist from Miss Ward
u llr ,ea ,frS ,hemselves- Seeminqly a Mr Cushman were his restraint and understanding of the ta.sk at hi
shy, fifth wheel an adjunct to a meeting Conservation of energv is an aesthetic as well as physical, princip
which will decide his nation's fatethe Chan- Wolfe injitcrature. Tachaikowsky in the symphony. Rubens on caOT
cellor is everything but that [ these are all fair examples of lack of restraint, of creative entf
With an army still on paper only Adenauer's exPendpd measurelessly. of the drive toward measureless impart
' force Mr. Gibsons years and experience belie his sensitivity in
regard.
His rendition of "Lacerate Spirite" from Simon Boccanepra
leta exciting and for the same reasons, and Mr. Bitter's fine hand'
of a sometimes errant orchestra helped him achieve the wholes
feeling of musical excellence.
Soprano, tenor and bass subsequently appeared with mezzo- sopr
Jenny Lou Corris in the Quartet from Rigoletto. Robert Medaris.
tone, and Ted Morrill, tenor, then joined them in a reading of the s
from Lucia. In these joint efforts, Miss Ward seemed to find ner
musically and participated with delightful verve. Both were sung
spirit and intelligence and supported by an energetic orchest(to||
can ask no more; the summer season will be successfully concluowi
the remainder of the UM pop concerts come off as well as last 5
night's apparently did.
Germany is prepared to make her voice heard
as it has not been heard in 15 years.
Austria Chancellor Raab Reveals Decision to Pay
Displaced Community $22 Millions in Reporet
VIENNA (JTA) Austrian
Chancellor Julius Raab Wednes-
day announced that as a result
of the agreement which he reach-
with Dr Nahum Goldmann.
on behalf of the J"
Claims Committee had pre*"
in which
ed
chairm.-n of the joint executive
hoard ol the Jewish Committee
tor (hums on Austria, the Aus-
trian Government will establish
a fund of 550 million shillm
approximately 22 million doUan
' M distributed within ten
years among people who were
persecuted by the Na/is "
Austria and who
abroad.
';'ha..re||,,r Raab reported the
oeiaiis of his meeting wuh Dr
"'tmann to a mtUm of the
< -'""net. He said that Dr Gold-
llow
in
reside
him with a letter
was taken of the Austrian
ernment plan to include the
of th.- fund in the national
get The payments from
fund, the Chancellor empha*"
will tx made to the v.ctin*
lump sum-to be decided W
in eac'i case in accordance
the degree of need of the r
cant. ..
The Austrian Cabinet wui
consider the composition p
board of trustees of the fun _
ii understood that the Jf
Claims committee will *
suited on the nominees.


IV. IUIY 22, 19SS
+Jm*l*tnt*k**r
PAGE 5 A
iets Issue Statement on Jewish Religious Life
,ntinud from Pa 1 A
feign visitors interested in
Lux of the Jewish religion in
fcsit usually visit the syna-
No one in the Soviet Union
Ires with religious Jews in
nance of the rituals pre-
by the dogmas and tradi-
tions of their faith. The right of
Soviet citizens to profess any re
ligion, or none at all is guaranteed.
"The Jewish religious societies
in the Soviet Union have no cen-
tral governing body. Nor was
there any before the revolution.
Each society conducts its activities
independently under the leader-
ship of an elected Txecutive board,
auditing committee and rabbi. In
practice, however, the rabbis of
neighboring synagogues get to-
gether to discuss religious ques-
tions of general significance.
"All the leaders of the Jewish
religious communities in the So-
viet Union, rabbis and religious
Jews take part in the nationwide
movement for peace. Prayers for
peace are offered in the syna-
gogue. In their sermons the rabbis
urge the congregations to conduct
an active struggle for peace. The
rabbis of the biggest Jewish reli-
gions communities in the Soviet
Union Rabbi S. M. Schleifer of
Moscow, Rabbi Panich of Kiev,
Rabbi Diment of Odessa, Rabbi M.
Masliansky of Riga, Haham K. V.
Yeliashvili of Kutaisi, Rabbi Ber-
ger of Minsk, Rabbi I. Rabinovich
of Vilna and Rabbi Vorkul of Kov-
nopublished an appeal in the
press urging Jews the world over
to join with millions of people who
protest against the threatened u-e
of atomic and hydrogen weapons.
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* MsUkridtoiL
FRIDAY. lLYi
Elinor Blumenthi
Weds Med Student
Dr. i nd Mn v yi 'ur M. Bl i
menthal announce tii' marriage I
their daughti r,
The. Marti]
Mi-. Jacob Wolff, New '
City.
The 2 p.m. wedding took place
Sunday. Jut)
r Rabbi B Leoi Hu
ti d a rec< ; lion 11 I
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Donald G. Rosenberg, the
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best man.
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their home at 640 Valencia, (oral
Gables. In September, they will
be at home in Atlanta. Ga., where
Mr. Wolff will begin his junior
\ear at Emory University medical
school. Mr Wollf is past president
.1 Alpha Epsilon Pi social fra-
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Delta EpsilOD medical fraternity.
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married Sunday
jul, io m ti pm reremonte*
i|( it. Hi Sholom
Barbara Estelle \
in Miami after a uwhwS
with Miss Shirm s
at
Rabbi Mot
riV'skop spiritual leader of Coral ,,.r ,)f Mr and Mn
: v.,11 Center, officiated, j hoff. in their sumrrn ,uine|
||,e bride is the daughter of, dersoavtU*, N.C Her panng
e, 1323 Euclid j and Mrs. tauis Adlcr M,aml_
ave The groom's parents are the to llendersonville to pickM
rnthals. 1555. Jefferson up. They made

Southern states prim
turn home.
it
\ isitinK Ml I
>ur of
to their]
l-yon.ofj
M I [ho, i;. ;<>r\\ Bat
;, Mitchell vu Mr. m

hal is a BlackstOM Flow.; >hopj,
I High School, San Diego. Cal .
\ mistration Mrs Evelyn B
H,
ed 10 M'n.u
TI, in I he I S Air
pi-n.l
I
\ iilowed Ihe ceremonj
dreti. .Janet and
-it
Mr and Mrs. Chai
are vacationin
tel With th<
h Pcrlo, of <
Harraek is a not,
Dehaj1
!
ft Mr.l
at ,1 Unong out-of and composer.
town ..., re Harrj Rosenthal,
i ;-. from
Brook NY and Sidney Rosen- are vacationing with
it
Rabbi and Mrs B
I'likint
Mrs. Theodore M. Wollf
Mis. Bar nett Kotenlhal
thai, an uncle, also ol brooklya.
I Uowing a motor trip North.
the OOCplfl will rc-ide at 541 Rugby
id.. Brooklyn.
'GIVE ME YOUR TIRED'
Women s Knowledge of Emma
Lazarus Faulty, Writer Believes
Miss A1 perl to Live
In Atlanta After
Sept. 1 Wedding
d>>ne nothing to put the beautiful
I and splendid literary' es-
says of this talented woman into
circulation again Nona of our lit-
ter,,ry groups or intellectual cir-
cles have taken -t< pi to restore to
its rightful place the work of this
gifted exponent ol Jewish ideas
and ideals, who, incidentally, was
By BERNARD G. RICHARDS
Seven Arti
In one of my several capacities,
I answer a lot of inquiries about
Jewish affairs, and now to add to
my trouble-. I am receiving some
question- about a monument
which, according to a press an-
nouncement, is to be erected to the
memorj ol Emma Lazarus, by the a,s0 "'"' "' lhe P"""',,r Zionists in
Federation of Jewish Women's Or-|,ho United States and dreamed of a
^ganizations One person who occa-
sionally writes for the Jewish
-. had thi impression that the
memorial was already being built
and inquni d aboil! th< I loca-
tion
It was quite natural that Jewish
I in the historj
and fate of their people should
PI in the life of the
Jewish national restoration even
bef< re the advent of Dr. Herzl.
To talk ol I monument without
doing something to republish the
work of Emma Lazarus, is i prepos
terous idea a- things stand today,
the coming generation does not
i.i/e the name and any monu-
ment will only serve to mock her
memory and "bear witness to a
Sept 4 is the date set for the
wedding of Miss Ann Alpert.
daughter of Mrs. Louise F. Alpert.
985 Bay dr. Miami Beach, and
Norman H. Diamond, son of Mrs
IV.-ie Diamond. Atlanta, Ga.. and
the late Eugene Diamond.
The ride-elect is a graduate of'cago Sunday, where he wili
I
'heir
at the Carib motel KabhiJIa
is Zamora Jewish I
leader.
it it
Vacationing at the Sun City:
tel are Mr. and Mr- Max
man. oi 2390 Coral Way.
it -fir it
Mrs. Morris H. Lcvine. of
SW llth ave, and children,
and Norman, have returned
a trip to New York, where
visited relatives and inendsfij
it it
Rev. Leo Heim is leaving for(
poetess, the courageous dc-!crazc f"r demonstration and pub-
lender ol our people and devoted
friend of the immigrants who were
Miss Rose Benson
Benson, Stein
Troth Revealed
igement of Rose Julie Ben-
driven to our shores i>> the oppres-
sions ol Russian Czardom. But such
interest should not be so artificial
and perfunctory as to confine itself
to outward demonstration instead
Ol inner study and reflection.
As 1 pointed OUl on a previous
sion, leaders of Jewish wom-
en's organizations have, from time
son to Herbert Stern is announced to time, appeared at meetings with
by the parents of the bride elect, paper- which they read on the
Mr- Emma Benson, I33u Pennsyl- work and achievements of Emma
vania ave., Miami Beach, and Louis|Lazarus, and large number-
Benson, ol Ne York. The bride- their fellow members in atte
licity.
Such i- our monumental neglect
of Emma Lazarus, that it remained
for a group of alienated Jews who
are antagonistic to basic Judaism
to reprint a few of Mi-- Lazanis's
poems. In a hook called "The
World ol Kmma Lazarus," by H K
Jacob, which was published bj
Schocken Books in 1949. the story
was told of an attempt which the
present writer made to bring the
Miami Beach High School and a
cum laude graduate of the L'niver
sity of Miami. She was a member
of Alphi Epsilon Phi social soror-
ity, Nu Kappa Tau. highest wom-
an's honorary. Alpha Sigma t'psi-
lon. leadership fraternity, and
Gamma Alpha Chi, advertising so-
rority.
She i- now employed as an as-
-i-tant i -iver in sportswear.
Mr. Diamond graduated from
Atlanta Boys' High School and
Emory University, where he was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi social
fraternity.
He is a member of Fulton Ma-
sonic Lodge. Yaarab Shrine Tem-
ple. Aha\ ith Achim Synagogue and
a member ol its board of trustees.
B'nai B'nth and the Progressive
Club.
He I- affiliated with a life insur-
ance agency.
The Wadding will take place at
Miami B"ach and the couple will
n side in Atlanta.
in study leading
degree.
to a RaMM
Miss Lieberman's
work of this poetess into circula I pianCC Al tended
. tion again That attempt was then', ^ rtltt.lKjeU
of frustrated by circumstances which ; S\TaCllSC ?l"livf>l*itv
_nd. I Mr. Jacob fully explains, but his | *, lw .. ^H N
groom is the -on of Mr and Mrs ance na%c undoubtedly applauded book, which enjoyed considerable
Max Stun, Brooklyn. th,.Ne lectures and taken part in circulation, should, in itself, have
Mr
man.
Mill Phyllis tiermM
Rose graduated
Beach High School
plans to attend the
ing at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospi- work her work has becn ou, Qf ,
print for many years and that
and Mrs Finest I. Lieber-j
75 Blue rd.. (oral Gables,!
from Miami following discussions It has. how mrvad to call attention to a shame- i"""u,"'' ,h1eu('nKa(,ment of their
I last June and ever nol occurred to anv of the '"' condition. There has lately "uiu,,''r "Wills S. lo Irwm
School Of Nurs- admirt>rs of tho p(l,,u.>s ,,,.,, h(.r been somewhat of a revival of w"mM-
tal.
ture But this
Jewish litera-
manifestation has
ice.
The hndegroom a graduate of among other writings the two vol- not "tended far enough t.> pre
Long Is'.nd College of Pharmacy. umes of her complete poetry i- the vent the hollow gesture ol a monu-
He pla,-Mo start his own business rarest set of book- to find anv- ment to the forgotten singer of
I his military sen- where. To pay tribute to a writer Israel.
and not to read her work is the As a matter of fact, there i-
emptiest ol all gestures. We have monument to Kmma lwaru- which
talked and praised and eulogized lights up the great harbor of Ncu
her now tor some thirty years and v"rk an(l greets ever) newcomer
to our land It i- the Statue of Lib-
erty on which is ngraved her im
| mortal hyman to the New World
Mr Weissman is son of Mr and
Mr- David Weissman, 3211 sw
I8th st He attended Syracuse I'm
Wrsjtj lhe br.de elect attended
the University of Miami.
Caseworker to Speak
Mrs. E telli Sudnow, caseworker caH*d '"lhe New Colossus." The
-e
immortal word- will continue to fh
| at the Jewish Family Service, will
lM' peaker and discussion rin- through the ages and will be
leader .i a teenage problems work- remembered longer than any new
ared by the B'nai B'rith memorial which may now be plan
i luth Organization on Friday 2 ncf':
p m at the BBYO office, 223 East
Fla: ler i
Anniversary for Mi. ond Mrs.
Jacob Reibel, 2158 SW 14th
ter.. wes observed Monday,
when they completed 59
years of wedded life. They
were married in New York
City, moved to Miami last
August from Cleveland. They
have one daughter, Mrs. Joe
Morris, who lives in Miami,
three sons, eight grandchil-
dren and nine great grand-
children.
Keep, ancient land-. >our -tor-
led pomp' cries -he
With s||et Ups, <;,,,,. ,,, >()Ur
tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning
to breathe free.
The wretched refuse of your
teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, temp-
est-tost to me.
1 left my lamp beside the golden
door! '
Frances Goldberg
Plans for July :{(>
Mrs. Albert Gofcpj^, ()f ^M
Alton rd Miami Beach, and l)e-
'"''V'"1 "'""" ementof
*". ''- I rbara. to
""""I Rosenben of DatroH
.* Wde-elec! graduated from
Wdeg' m is a nl
1 ers'ty of Detroil
"ate 11 toe |ulv
BeVgman Wedding
JvuELX" *W legman.
Philadelph.a. i
Miff rrmmcti #!'
the
30
Hechl Birth
Dr and Mrs Hyman HedA
3783 SW 27th ave.. announce
birth of their eon, '
July 8 at Mercy Hospital G
parents are Mr. and Mrs r
I man, 3770 SW 2ath
Rev and Mrs. Samuel HaeW.
!*."':";!:': rjISS Baron Scott Miller
law Mr. and Mrs. Max BerBm
-Jj w in uJtemi
D
an,
Mr. .nd Mr*. 0tahoa y-'f\
4271 Alton rd.. Miami Beaj*
nounee the birth id their
Baron Scott, on June 29
Francis Hospital.


tY. IULY 22, 1955
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.it Judge George E. Holt signs the 1955
Mention Corporation Charier for the
sh War Veterans of the United States.
ing culminates months of work by JWV
preparation for the national veterans'
encampment which will be held in
Beach Oct. 24 to 30. Looking on are
(left to right) Louis Phillips, legal officer;
Daniel Neal Heller, third vice president;
Victor Freedman, secretary; Mrs. Bernard
Koloff. liaison officer for the Ladies' Auxil-
iary; Maurice "Doc" Klein, second vice
president; and- Harry Cohen, president.
Completes
in Fleetwood
largest dry wood termite fu-
job ever attempted was
("iiipleted on the Fleet-
li I, Miami Beach, by the
terminating Company, ac-
Ito Bernard Kolkana. man-
Orkin'a Miami branch.
Ir'leetwood hotel on Miami
he explained, "presented
|mi-ii;il problems for dry-
trmite fumigation.
are well over one mil-
l< feet ol -.pace in the hotel
le filled with special acry-
|Thi~ new type of gas was
[thai the fumigation could
without necessitating
bval ol woolens, rugs and
I ils which are normal-
\ :it to move.
one of the more
II i indows and other
had to be covered with
paper and masking tape,
| problem arose,
losing of the windows was
shed by use of special
' chairs and long lad-
II duty firemen who are ex-
>
Drywood termite fumigation job by Oikin recently complated
at Fleetwood hotel, Miami Beach.
wood tcrmintes as well aj all othei
types 'f tDMCtl and other pests,
were killed.
'The great facilities of the Or
kin organization were very helpful
in completing this job. Special
technical representatives from the
Orkin home office were present
during the work, to give their as
sistance.
"The work on the Fleetwood ho-
tel was completed with excellent
iTWrrk',h ., ^"h^ N..urPa,,y ,heowtrs o. ,ho
property received the same guar-
antee surety bond which is given
on all Orkin drywood termite fum-
igation jobs.
"Termites are swarming now. Ev-
ery home owner should be sure
that termites are not attacking his
home."
|l.")iloi.r hotel building was
|' Init." Kolkana continued.
'he 48 hours the gas re
in the building, all dry-
[ffobinson Tells Tale
Mnf in Israel
JTA
pard C, Robinson brought
i wonderful story from to-
According to Robinson,
Pothers convicted of steal-
h"P were branded on the
I with the letters ST, for
|> thief."
brother, unable to bear
I lied to bury himself
I'nited States. But men
out the strange let-
: red re-tlessly. and \
" full of bitterness, died1
: buried in a forgotten'
other brother said, "I can't,
} from the fact that I
I I will stay here in
r| win back the respect
' t ^libers and myself "
\l%* yean passed he built
''ation for Integrity. One
Granger mw the old man
**>< letters branded on his
,d He asked a native
what they signified. "It happen-
ed a great while ago," said the
villager. "I've forgotten the par-
ticulars, but I think the letters
are an abbreviation o' saint."

According to Eddie Cantor,
there ire three kicks in every
dollar. The first, is when you
make it. tlje second is when you
have it, the third is when you
give it away.
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67 GUN ROYAL PARKWAY
(1 block off Flaglcr 4 22nd Ave)
1 efficiencyliving ream, dinette,
lolch-n and btth
YEARIY $55 MONTH
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NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 7s ,,f Florida
Htntutea Annotated (l'Jtl), Ware-
hnusHnrn and Warehouse It--."-iit
wh.i.ln A ii THANSI KH WARE-
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::..; J \ W Bind Street ;and that on the
1st Day of Au*TUat, 1985, during the
legal hourn of sale, mainly between
11:68 fiiiiiioon and 2:08 In the after-
noon, at 2049 N .Miami Avenue, Mi-
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offer for naif to the highest bidder
dj in i.iini the above deacrlbed
property :>h the property Mr. K w
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Giffen Industries
Speed Private Wirei
t Kill -need private wire telegraph net-
BONN (JTA)-Although $15.-' WASHINGTON JJJJJ-A l"|;k ,[,ased from Western Union
700.000 had been appropriated for; regulating the slaughter "^
GLOBAL SHORTS
German Treasury Holds Back Shechitah Exempted in Bill
$10,000,000 of Indemnity Regulating Slaughter in u.>.
WI7
K^rKE" BTBiSuraai rsStiSLST1
the flow of messages
the 1954-55 .
West German Treasury spent only
$5,700,000 for payments to Nazi vic-
tims under the Federal Indemnifi-
cation Law, it was revealed on the
floor of the Bundestag by Social
Democratic spokesman Heinrieh
Ritzel.
Jewish Theatrical Producer
Decorated on 75th Birthday
HAMBURG (JTA) The West
German Medal of Merit has been
awarded to Jewish theatrical pro-
ducer and stage director Arthur
Hellmer at the occasion of his 75th
birthday. He came here from Lon-
don after the war to take charge
stock and poultry ... 7"-" 1 F,orlda
bv be Vnerican Humane Assoc.a- ^uderdale and two connections ,n
tion was introduced by Senator] (orai Gables.
Hubert H. Humphrey and Rep.| Spec;a| electronic selectors na\e
Martha Griffiths. It requiresk^ jn,taUed which enable any
slaughter houses to render am- sla,10ns on the circuit to com-
mun.cate independently with one
another. It is also possible to send
a message to any desired group or
to all stations simultaneously.
The wire system is equipped
with printing telegraph machines
with a speed of 65 words per min-
ute At its destination, the mes
mals and poultry unconscious and
insensible to pain before slaugh
ter.
Hapoel Homiirachi Rejects
Proposed Mizrachi Merger
HURIEYVILLE. NY. (JTAI-
32nd annual convention of the Ma saKC ls received automatically in
of the municipal theater for two! Hamizrachi. American Zion- form rea(jy for instant use
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was in
1935. where he built up and di-
rected one of Germany's few pri-
vately-ovned legitimate theaters.
Scandinavian Jewish Youth
Confab Hits Intermarriage
STOCKHOLM (JTA) Resolu-
tions condemning assimilation, in-
termarriage and anti-Semitism
were adopted here today at the
closing session of the Scandinavian
Jewish
vention, t he organizati
also called for strengthening lies
with Israel. Kai Feinberg of Oslo
was named president.
vears. His period of greatest fame is, onliodox Labor organization. Thp capacjty 0f the wire system ,
Frankfurt from 1910 to' conc|u,|ed its session here with the ^ 30Ql) worJs hourly, and thou-
' rejection of a proposal for a mer-j ands (, messages monthly may be
ger with the Mizrachi organization! (ransmjtted.
I However, a large number of the Qur new ultra.mo,;ern private
! delegates voted to recommend the I jre telegraph network leased
; establishment of a joint council of western Union gives us last.
the two organizations for the pur
! pose of working together in the
fields o culture, education, public
; relations and fund raising.
Jew Named to South
Youth Federation. The con- Af ; Supreme Court
.the organizations 30th. ~ r
JOHANNESBURG (WNS) De-
signation of Simon Kuper. promi-
nent Je.vish leader, to the bench
of the South African Supreme
COUrl MB announced this week by-
Premier J. Strydom. One of the
leading members of the Johannes-
burg bar. Mr. Kuper is chairman
ton. vice president of the American of the South African Zionist Fed-
ORT Federation and a member of eration Executive. He is a former
the executive committee of the chairman of the Jewish Board of
U.S. Jewish Leader Abraham
Litton Stricken Suddenly
PARIS (JTA)Abraham C. Lit-
World ORT Union, died of a heart
attack here. He was about to board
a ship to return to New York, alter
attending the World ORT Congreu
in Geneva, when he was stricken.
Deputies.
International Parley Hears
Report on Arab Education
Bombing of Z0A House
Under Police Investigation
TEL AVIV (WNS>Police offi-
cials investigating last weeks
bombing here of the ZOA House,
where iwo people were injured.
direct two-way record communica-
tions with associates." said Mr. S.
C. Raymond, president of Giffen
Industries. "Such added speed in
communication will enable us to
act faser and more efficiently in
filling and shipping orders and
will mean better service and in-
creased customer satisfaction."
WASIIIM.IOV l).(
1---------..... -------------- unerc iwo people were injureu.t
GENEVA (JTA 1Israel's efforts >aul ,h(. perpetrator of the crime I
to train Arab teachers for the pub may either have been a disgrun-;
lie schools set up for Israel's Arab, tied neighbor or a fanatic who
children were outlined here b) resented production of a Yiddish
Moshe Avidor. director ol the Is. r;ax in tn,, Zloni!st ccnter. Lend-
rael Department of Education, at inL, credence to the view that the
the 18th International Conference bombing was the work of a linguis
on Public Education The parley. ,lc extremist is the fact that the
sponsored by the International Bu- incident occurred during the per-
I of Education and the 1'nited
Nations Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization, has atti
ed leading educator- from (39 coun-
tries.
per
forma!-: ol a Yiddish play, Abra-
ham G< dfadden's The Witch."
Turkey Prods Near East
To Settle With Israel
ISTA JBUL (JT A) Turkey is
tlj playing an active role
scenes in b< v..
Israel-Arab settlement, observers
hen nfer this from
ch by President I
Bayar and from the activities of
Turki-li diplomatic circle- when-
oan visits Tur-
Zionist Youth Leader Free
As Court Cuts Sentence
LON m IN WN8 Rumaniai
iip have released Mark W
left-win^ Zionist youth leader who
was sei need a year
m ol 20 years on chai
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motion calling upon the Bavarian
Government to reopen restitution
- that have already been closed
through return to the original .lew
isb owner of the house, real es-
tate or business involved. The mo-
tion bears the official endorsement
of all five party delegations in the
Landtag.
Warsaw Yiddish Theater
Acquires New Building
LONDON fWNSV-Tbe Yiddish
State 'iheatre in Warsaw ha-
quired a permanent home, accord-
ing to a Warsaw broadcast which
said a huilding had been given to
the theatrical group by the Polish
-Ministry for Art and Culture. The
broadcast, picked up here, said the
Ministry s action was in "recogni-
tion of the Yiddish State Theatres
achievements."
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+Jewish thrMtott
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PAGE 9 A
WS of the
in REVIEW
1EK
UNITED STATES
-t MinistrrU f* of Burmfcjefldr*.vsing the Overseas Pj^ss Club
k last vsjeek. indiceto*'suVfe "that the U|*eftrls tends
rtVJ") ffj) )Mh*V-*enece of communisnlM^fn | nation
bsesscd with fear,-' he declared, "it is no longer quilt itself.
i forget the things which helped to make it great. During
schedule in New York, tht Burmese Premier managed to re-
ft* legation of the American Labor Zionist Assembly. There was
i! exchange of views. The delegation consisted of Louis Segal.
T-ickerman, Mrs. Jacob J. Levitt, Jacob Katzman, Dr. Dov Bie-
I tarip Wollinsky. .
\i B'rith, through its president Philip M. Klutznick, has asked
Eisenhower to urge the U.S.S.R. at the Geneva conference to
rws to emigrate to Israol or any other land where they cat.1
their religions freely. Attew-eports that the tourist-minded
Florida last week had put errwtd to religious discrimination in
Advertising. Gov. LeRoy Collins had signed into law an anti-
)- ..tory bill earlier in the year. .
lie Magaxine, devoting three full columns to the Kastner-Green-
which has touched the very foundations of the Israel Govern-
.tes: '"To the proud, nationalistic Jews of Israel, it is not pleas-
ave to recall a time, only too recent, when survival itself dc-
n the capricious favor of hated oppressors Yet many a trans-
European in Israel remembers well the days of Nazi power
- life and welfare hinged on the diplomatic skill of a stedlan
me fellow Jew either tactful, suave, or thick-skinned enough
favor with the enemy and thus win a measure of reprieve for
e That memory, stirred by a court triar, agitated all Israel
'; and brought down the cabinet." .
also published pictures of Greenwald ("Blacker than night")
itner ("Darker than hell". Twentieth Century-Fox is planning
a movie on Dr. Jonas E. Salk and his discovery of the polio'
. Attorney General Jacob K. Javits, mapping ways and means!
ng delinquency, proposed at Syracuse, NY., lest week a "very
knger school day" for children from broken homes as one means
b;?infi the evil. New homes and new lives in 31 states await
13 refugee passengers who arrived in New York on Tuesday,
on board the USNS General Langfitt. The Naval transport,
rter to the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migra-
fEM), carried the first full shipload of Europeans to America
' .accelerating Refugee Relief Program. .
first groups of the 100-person American delegation to the Sec-
ond Hebrew Congress left New York last week for Jerusalem.
Kress, which will be attended by representatives of Jewry in 40
will convene on Aug. 7. Mrs. Louis L. Perlman, president
;ii B'rith Women's Supreme Council, announced in Chicago
that the B'nai B'rith Children's Home in Israel, erected by
ization at a cost of $250,000 will be dedicated on Tuesday,
ISRAEL
lid Ben Gurion, speaking at a dinner given by the Israel Amer-
tendshio League in honor of American Independence Day, de-
pat the* friendship between Israel and the U.S. preceded the
State. The new Defense Minister said three facts had made
>- history unique: 1. the conquest oi waste land by pioneers; 2.
together of people from a multitude of countries; and 3.
rth of democracy and freedom. These ideals," BG said, "are
rts from the Gaza armistice line indicate that the Israeli-Egyp-
ks moved forward after Major General E. L. M. Burns had suc-
-tting the Egyptians to agree to an agenda. Malkiel Green-
made another move against Dr. Israel Kastner: he has lodged
("mplainfr-of perjury. The disclosure by the former Jewish
t- <-f Shelomo Arazi that Dr. Chaim Arlosoroff, Histadruth's
fn of the Vaad L'Umi, had been murdered in Tel Aviv by Arabs
by Revisionists, has created another political storm in Israel.
rue facts, held secret for 22 years, were known by many promi-
n official circles, it is held. Abrasha Stavsky, who had lost
i the ill-fated Altalena, was originally accused of the crime. .
PEOPLE
rning from his visit to Israel, New York Mayor Robert Wagner
f- Yorkers greeting him at the docks: "I found that human
the same there as here. Like us. they are wrestling with
ns of traffic, transit, housing, city planning and finances. ."
Harriman of New York has appointed a Negro, Judge Harold
't, to the State Supreme Court. Never before has a Negro held
-t .. Harry S. Truman has completed his 500,000 word memoirs
jbleday & Co. plans to publish in the Fall. .
bi Moses D. Tendler, a 28-year-old Talmudic schoiar of New
the father of four-children, has been awarded a research fel-
al Columbia University by the U.S. Public Health Service. .
to Dean" of England's Canterbury Cathedral, the Very Rev. Dr.
Johnson, preaching the first of six sermons on "Christianity
|r munism." told his congregation that 'The faith of Commu-
;ripped the world as no other movement since the rise of
' ity. I am convinced a synthesis of the two faiths is# possible
\entually bring blessings to the entire human race."
Shoveling along toward a new home for the
Community Chest are the three men respon-
sible for the project which got under way at
groundbreaking ceremonies last week. Left
to right are Baron de Hirsch Meyer, John B.
Turner and Leonard L. Abess. Meyer and
Abess made possible the building at NW
North River dr. and 1st st. Turner is chest
president.
irman President
Section Tour
'i B. Shinderman, presi-
the Shinderman Manage-
; oration of Plorida, 3903
left for Chicago Tues-
tour of inspection of
n managed resort prop-
the midwest.
return to Miami Beach
26.
S. Shinderman, executive
1 -'it in charge of opera-
f the Shinderman Com-
fxumed the post of man-
rector of Nippersink Man
City, Win and Oakton
Pewaukee, Win for the
ner season.
i'ular lake resort hotels
'ago have been managed
shinderman interest for
lears,
>hinderman Management
' "n operates and manages
'11 known properties in
teach.
Picnic at Homestead Park
Young Married Couples Branch
of the ZOA will picnic at Home-
stead Bayfront Park Sunday, July
31. Caravan meets in Miami at 1-
In charge of Information is Mrs.
Daniel Grossman, secretary.
Second Summer Session
Registration on at U of M
Registration for the second sum-
mer session at the University of
Miami will take place Monday, July
25, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on
main campus.
Classes will start Tuesday and
run through Aug. 31, with more
than 300 courses offered. Enroll-
ment for the first summer session,
June 14 through July 23, topped
the 3,000 mark.
Before registering, it is neces-
sary to pick up an appointment
card at the registrar's office. The
card gives a time and place to reg-
ister Monday.
Registration for the Evening Di-
vision will also be carried on Mon-
day, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and
closing at 9:30 p.m., in their of-
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Sunday Concert
To Feature Mueller
in Liszt Concerto
Sixth pop concert Sunda> i
i the Miami B
in jhe Concerto in E-flat mi
l
Bittei will )o on the ;
,n for the second cons
his month-Ion va
on. .
Other rks t<
N -hi" program bj
I [M mor
.hon: Oi

e irom Tales ol Hoffman
Dei
i nk:.vdier by Ri< iuss
Slavon Nos l and 3 bj
rom the & rer i h
ir Strings bj Tschaikowsky; Blue
v by Johann
an(j ..m South Pa<
j Ro : rs
.Mr. Lieller was bora in Decatur.
111., and eci
.:nonghis
islawski and
n Petri.
His study was interrupted by
.. : n Ice in the Arm>
vi: i -orps Afti r hi- discharge in
1946 became a pupil ol Har-
, id !. ii Bi rke y, I ..lit wli<
.. i u ..:!., his home.
Ii,- Us irance on Feb 2
* is with the San Fran<
Orchestra, playing the Beeth
Third Piano Concerto which re
eived lino comment* in the
. ewsp ipers
FRIDAY nnv,
Claude Pepper. Miami the presence f 8l._
Reach '." Ma\or Marcie Liber <.o!dtrom. who
' I "oyd ...d\ tM trnployerhfl
... |h |tj | nun Louis Shafkin and Le(
Hi hlighl of the dinner was man.__________^^
life Viiaml
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ogether with Lou Braveiman (lefl.
Large Gathering
Honors Beach
Police Chief
a quarter-century of public
saluted Sunday nighi
when some 330 persons paid tri-,
bute to Miami Beach Police Chief'
Romeo Fhepard al a beefsteak din-1
- honor at the Ugiers ho-
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. rnmenl along with hundreds
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PAGE 11 A
gev-Yarkon Pipeline Opened in Israel
- noed from Pa'gt 1 A
made in America and
through the aid o
I ws through I'JA, gave
of inn-, nf wheel and
I heir orchards bn
Uita >! the Holy Land,
p ;md their cattle hclp-
i the growing popula-
, i the cities. But the eco-
li ol these new farm
was stymied, held
desperate shortage of
The land was there, thou-
, i thousands "1 acres waiting
ized, and the farmers,
er l" work, could plant
linj portion of the Negcv.
L ultural planners of the
[ I Jewish Agency Settle-
drew up detailed plans
tablishment of dozens of
irra villages, but one word
hi.(I the implementation of,
mes and that word
rater."
-o a plan for a tremendous
tater pipeline, biggest of its
hi the Middle East, was
up. And in 1952 men began
r>. at feverish pitch, day and
to turn that plan, that
into reality.
m the beginning, America
a big role in the Yarkon-
project. American experts
draw up the original plans.
Can machines and know-how
[the plant. *>nd the funds
through the United Jewish
and Israel Bond drive
|n possible for the work to
outside of Israel think of
jung democracy as lacking
fr. The truth is that water
| in Israel, but it is in the
places. The water is in
bittern half of the country,
land available for increase
m production is in the
It. half of Israel, the Negev.
(tablem, a. problem requiring
ims of money for solution,
get the water to where it
boded the most.
[north of Israel's biggest city
Aviv there is a set of
300 of them all welling
Ithe same area to form the
>8ters of the Yarkon River.
rings have been precious in
fly Land since time imme-
and the Crusaders built a
I at Rosh Ha'ayin to guard
[The Israelis have built not
but a modern pumping sta-
ke first of seven with a total
(capacity of 30.000 horsepow-
porce the waters of the Yar-
pnngs southward 66 miles
heart of the thirsty Negev.
Jhe Yarkon springs are only
above sea level and the
available for irrigation are
[higher, an average of S79
jfeet above sea level on the
[plateau. The water must be
upwards in a constant
the powerful thrust of die-
lines.
task took three years of
'GOODS FOR BLOOD'
Sharett Reveals Role He Played
During War* Years in an Effort
To Save Hungarian Community
JERUSALEM Detail- of NaxJ offer to trade the lives of
the Jews in Hungary for 10.000 truck- to strengthen Hitler- deft
during the last >ear of the war were revealed hen bj Prime Minister
Mo be Sharett in a statement to the pre--.
The offer was made to the Jewish Agency by < special agent ol the
Gestapo teeHon in charge of the annihilation of .tew-- it was immedi-
ately brought to the attention of the United State- and Britainwho
uere the only countries that could*--------------------------------'-------------
fate of the Jews in Hungary. Mr.
Share.t himself flew to London a
low day- after he received the
Nazi offer and appealed to the
Allies to send a paratroop force
into Hungary in an attempt to tore-
stall the Nazi plan to deport the
Jews to extermination camps.
supply that many trucks and
vai rejected by them. The pro-
po-.il was presented by the Nazi
emissary in Aleppo to Mr. Sharett.
who at that time was the head of
the political department of the
Jewish Agency.
The Jewish Agency. Premier
Sharett disclosed in his statement,
kept the Nazi "satanic suggestion
of goods for blood" secret in an
attempt to win time and secure
postponement of the threatened
deportation of Hungarian Jewry to
the gas chambers. At the same
time, it alerted world Jewry and I
the democratic governments to the I
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shape on the oceanfront at 29th st. The 15-story steel structure
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1955
SECTION B
NEW SPIRITUAL LEADER
AT BETH JACOB
\R-0LD SPIRITUAL LEADER
ith David Rabbi Puts Hope in Education
ikov G. Rosenberg is
r Mi mi's newest spiritual
.re accepting the pul-
navid Synagogue, he
i til- congregation to know
only 30 years old.
the spiritual leader's
belies his experience. Rab-
jienberg, in three brief dec-
has managed to win an AB
I, from Johns Hopkins, a
|Ki of Hebrew Teacher
the Baltimore Hebrew
|u rs College, and he was
ked al the Jewish Theologi-
pminary of America in June,
iiior year at the Sem-
Rabbi Rosenberg ex-
pd, I served as weekend
nl spiritual leader at
Zion Temple, Philadelphia's
largest conservative synagogue.''
Upon being ordained, he ac-
cepted the pulpit of Temple Zion
in Philadelphia, where he serv-
ed until comin? to Miami.
"Why did I leave? Temple
Zion was in the immediate cen-
ter of Rittenhouse Square, a
growing luxurious apartment
house area confined in two square
blocks of downtown Philadelphia.
I ministered to a settled congre-
gation. Most of its members were
past 50, their children married
and living in the suburbs. I found
myself without the challenge of
working with Jewish youth.
"This I believe, is an extreme-
ly rewarding aspect of the rab-
binate, and without it a spiritual
leader misses much."
Raised in a warm, orthodox
home. Rabbi Rosenberg's father
was a cantor and shochet in Bal-
timore. It was, as he calls it.
'wonderful, joyous Jewish living.
I knew I wanted to be a rabbi
from the time I was a youngster."
His heavy schedule of scholar-
ly activities did not preclude his
marriage in 1948 to his wife,
Dvorah, originally a Canadian
and a graduate nurse of Beth Is-
rael Hospital in Boston. They
have two daughters: Peninah,
who will be five in August, and
Shirah. who is two and one-half.
In line with his yearning for
"wonderful, joyous Jewish liv-
ing." Rabbi Rosenberg explains
his feeling about the rabbinate
this way: "The only way to get to
Jewish living is through Jewish
Continued on Pago 6 B
(,000 TISTS ADMINISWIID
Education Bureau Completes Tabulation
On Special Exams in Hebrew Schools
Rabbi Yaokov ffotonborf
. mokes plant
Bureau of Jewish Education has
completed tabulation of its test-
ing program in the Jewish schools
of Greater Miami, according to an
announcement by Matilda H. Rat-
ner, president
Over 8,000 individual tests were
administered through special ex-1
aminations constructed by the j
; Bureau for the local schools. The
.Hebrew tests were standard tests (
approved by the Jewish Education ;
Committee of New York and the \
American Association for Jewish
Education.
Objectives of the testing pro- i
gram, according to a Bureau com-
munication, were "to indicate com-
munity norms of achievement in
[R BRINGS RESULTS
:ationing Matriarch Assures
\nshe Ernes New Stroll of Law;
Presentation Made This Week
h Fines Synagogue on
V>. > conducted religious
Sce> i,r a long time with a
kh borrowed from another
nn congregationthai is un-
rs. Anna Silberman, of New
City, visited her son here
Passover on a brief vacation.
ie past 80 year-old matriarch
i'l "ii the Beach, but while
to relax and enjoy the
\y tropical sights heard Max-
Silberman, of 2000 SW 23rd
I describe to his mother the
Icultics at Anshe F.mes.
Irs Si lherman has been a
r i Congregation of the
Si ruer & WUna in New
Ik for over 50 years. In fact,
Siiberman wa3 Bar Mitzvah
\<" many decades ago. He is
62 now.
t >l her synagogue was
I >n and Montgomery st-
| lower Fast Side, and it
that the city condemned a
1 of property there
luiimu; the synagogue building
|n order to clear the area for
1 ". modern housing project
fhis set Mrs Silberman think-
Off went a letter to the
hident >>i Congregation of the
f Senior 4 WUna then
the process of moving to Jef-
f'in st.-requesting a gift of
Toraba to Anshe Ernes Syna-
|l" "This was to assure our
living at least one." Mr. Sil-
man humorously explains his
ther's reasoning,
-hen Mrs. Silberman returned
to New York from her Miami
Beach vacation she found that
the president of her congrega
tion had granted the Anshe
Ernes requestfor one Torah.
A series of events then rapidly
followed one another which cul-
minated in the automobile trip
south to Miami and Coral Way of
a Scroll of Law.
Mr. Samuel R. Silberman. Max-
well's brother and former presi-
dent of the congregation in Key
WestMiami Mayor Abe Arono-
vitz' brother is current president
gave his daughter, Sondra, in
marriage on July 4 in Brooklyn.
Mrs. Silberman. at her own ex-
pense, meanwhile had the Torah
made Kosher.
And Anshe Ernes' new Torah
arrived in Miami last Saturday
evening in brother Samuel's auto.
It was to be presented to the
congregation at a joint meeting
Of An he Kmes men and ladies'
vauxilii y Thursday evening. July
21 replete with two beautiful
velvet mantles, which Mrs. Silber-
man is donating.
Silberman, a sales engineer, is
currently busily engaged in
planning with his wife for the
impending marriage of one of
their two sons. But he is not busy
enough to take time out to think
that his mother "is one swell
woman."
The new Torah joins a recent-
ly-acquired Scroll through the ef-
forts of Anshe Ernes member Irv-
ing Sachs and the Auxiliary-
subjects at the Jewish schools so
as to evaluate community curricul
um and tests: to give schools the
opportunity of comparing their in-
dividual school norms with that
of the community norm, supply-
ing some basis for analysis of in-
dividual school progress and teach-
er, as well as student, achieve-
ment; to indicate how the com-
munity norms of 1955 compare
with those of 1953. for evaluation
of progress on the community
level during the past two years,
and to use such evaluation in ap-
proaches to teacher in-training for
the coming year."
Comparison of community norms
of achievement for the years 1953
and 1955 shows considerable prog-
ress in Genesis, post-Biblical his-
tory, modern Jewish history,
American Jewish history. Zionism
and Israel, intermediate grades in
Cdstoms and Ceremonies and the
higher classes in Hebrew. De-
clines were shown in General
Bible, Biblical history, lower and
higher grades in customs and Cere-
monies and first year Hebrew.
Copies of the results of the test-
ing program with school recom-
mendations, after analysis of the
achievement of each school in rela-
tion to the community norms, have
been sent to the 15 schools par-
ticipating in the community test-
ing program. The tabulation re-
vealed the interesting fact that
affiliated schools, meeting special
requirements set up by the Bureau
of Jewish Education, showed great-
er achievement than other schools
serviced by the Bureau.
*; -;.,r-..,l
The four winners in the Bay Harbor Islands baby contest are
(left to right): Dorothy Walz, three, of 380 NE 168th St., North
Miami Beach; Cathy Greene, 10 months, 2431 SW 24th st.,
Miami; Frederic Milder, five, of 945 W. 48th st., Miami Beach;
and Maureen Parlato. 18 months, 380 East 53rd st., Hialeah.
Mrs. Morton Segal, president of the Florida Chapter Hemo-
philia Foundation, presents a check for S3.600 to Mount Sinai
president Max Orovitz for research in hematology at the hos-
pital
SPECIAL BLOOD BANK HERE
Mrs. Am* Silfcorwm
. eN her *i
Hemophilia Station Formed at Sinai;
Fellowship in Hematology Revealed
F.stablishment of a Hemophilia Blood Station at Mount Sinai h >>
pital was announced Wednesday by Max Orovitz, president of the
hospital, and Mrs. Norton Segal, president of Florida Chapter Hemo-
philia Foundation
This station, which is the only special blood bank in Florida for
persons afflicted with hemophilia, will provide all necessary blood and
plasma for hemophilia patients in the hospital
The Foundation will pay for all costs of caring for hemophilia pa-
tients hospitalized at Mount Sinai. Orovitz revealed. It has also furnish-
ed to the hospital a deep freeze for storage of blood and plasma.
The hospital has meanwhile established a medical team for treat-
ment of hemophiliacs, consisting of a hematologist and members of
other medical specialties.
In addition to the founding of the Hemophiliac Station, the Foun-
dation has established a $3,600 Fellowship for research in Hematology.
The research will be done in the Mount Sinai Hospital Research Labora-
tories. Orovitz said.
National president of the Hemophilia Foundation is Robert Lee
Henry.



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FRIDAYjulyJ
'NO POSSIBLE BRIDGE CAN BE BUILT'
Noted Author Tells B'nai B'rith Institute Zionism is Bankrupt
STARLIGHT, Pa. The -econd
B n;,i B'i:ih Institute ol Judaism at
Camp B'nai B'rith was told by
Dr. Trade Weiss- Rosmarin, author
ir ol the Jewish Spectator,
mist movement today
bankrupt and had failed com-
pletel) to offer up a new Zioni-m
Other noted scholars
who participated in the B'nai B'nth
Institute uere Dr Theodor Gaster
I):- Lou Silberman.
The Zionist movement today."
in Rosmarin, i- largely a
holdover of both men and ideas
from an age when specific Zionist
achievement.- were made: achieve-
ments which culminated in the
formation of the State of Israel."
In another session. Or Th-odor
ter nf the Dropsie College, not-
author and scholar -aid that
contemporary Jewish institutions
had failed to brin" Jew- to a
sense <'. dedication to Torah Said
Dr. Ga-ter: American Jewry
I 1- in great peril today not ho-
c the traditions of Judaism
lound wanting but because
h >-' who are entrusted with the
ol American Jewry nei-
understand the hi-tory oi
lism nor are the> fundamen-
dedicated to the traditional
Judaism
Dr Ro-marin ridiculed the
building cultural brid
Or. Trvdt Ramorin
term not clear but that the break
between the two culture- wa- SO
-harp that no possible bridge could
he built Dr. Rosmarin analyzed the
recent book on Zionism by Dr llor-
decai Kaplan and concluded that
the "new Zionism" was wholly in-
adequate for mod inception
ol Zionism.
Said It Rosmarin "B i- im-
possible for most people to live
in two civilizations Furthern
American Jews must thai
Ameiu ,i i> not liki J ionia
een American Jewry and I- where a LTcat diaspora culture was
ihe built She express) lest
the United S
, omc b) culture
ted Zionist leader-hip
for ',n"n i,n'' "
concenti I internal politics
sin ins significai I
was sti
quite skeptical
,.r ',i. bilities of such nil I
cant Cultural develop::
pr i amented thi I
rabl to make us
imicks ai '"''-
;lc a sense ol Jewish
Kiel '"H1' n'
ribed Whal bad happened to
prayi r book and Jewish
n in America He said '
porary Judaism i- the most
saic ol ii Judaism il lack- i
poetry, .< sense ol sym-
bolism and a sense ol drama The
liberal "r.,y> i books Reform ami
Reconstructioni-t. in particular.
haw tcrificed all emotional
niticam ''tic value for the
sake oi intellectual clarity
In a third -en. <( lectun Dr
Silberman, holder of the B'nai
B'rith Rillel (hair in Jewi-h
studies at Vanderbill University,
the revival of Jewisli Ihe-
Amenca toda) and re-
' ; n viva! to a worldwide
reav; ol interest in the
condition of man Dr Silberman
hailed lh< d< interest in men like
Biii r and R' si nrweii mples
ol tl.e COmir ol American
Jewry. ,
This B'nai B nth Institute of Ju
daiaffl *as -ponsorcd by the Mary-
land Washington. D.C.. B'nai B'rith
ociatkH) It is one of 30
u B'rith institute scnwdulad
Muted tin- year b> the B'nai
B nth Department of Adult Jewish
n.
Und.
r N,w
Md.cl Direction
nd Ntw
Mngemtnt
m. a. p
Mng. Dir
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North Shore Sisterhood
Schedules Member Affair
noon, July 25. Sister
,,i the North Shore Jewish
ter will hold Its second sum-j
I mer mi nbership brunch in the!
; hall ol tb North Shore Jew-
ish < 'e.l'er
Afternoon at entertainment i-
being planned b) Mr- Samuel
\ict president in charge of
nng Sponsor- for (he|
afternoon are the Mesdtmaa Max!
[Krauss, Frank Bri-kman. Al Seh-|
warti Merman Koopaffan and:
Earnest Bui
Also -i sponaor and in charge
ol the ..itair i- Mrs Ai MeehJowrtz.1
vice pre-ident in charge of mt-m-l
bership.
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Spinoza Forum Sunday
"H ii' lug" will be the
Sunda) eve>
Outdi ii For \
um, in 'he patio ol the home of
Dr VI ham Wolfson, nth -t
n 1(8, author and lecturer, will
deliver the principal address Irv-
ing \ -oi,. Harr) Ker-how and
Dr i Kahn will lead in the dis-
cussion ol which will follow
flUNE
For twenty-five years. Rabbi David Greenberg, pictured above.
has helped look after an Esrog tree, said to be the only one in
U.S owned by a congregation. Before every Sukkoth,
Rabbi Greenberg's congregation, Temple Beth Israel. Fresno!
Cal., an affiliate of the Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, supplies sister temples with the aromatic fruit which
symbolizes the bounty of nature for which Jews express
thanks in the Sukkoth ritual.
Swim Dance Scheduled
I and dance at the Ocean
i h" will be the theme ol the
Couple I.muted ol Temple Israel
kickofl | art) for the 1955-56 i I
-on The affair will be held at the
Ocean Ranch hotel on Saturday
ht, .' ib 30
ATTENTION
Conservative or Progressive
Orthodox Congregations
\i i ationing Rabbi in earl)
forties, for the past 10 years
with one ol the large t '
servative Congregations in
the U.S., would like to settle
in tin- area Financial issue
i- ol minor import
Qualifications: all around
ability, good -peaker in Eng-
lish, Yiddish ami Hebrew.
i" rfeel professional B a a I
Kurah, Baal Tfilah and i
I' keah Efl fund rais
expert Bar Mitzvah
instructor w ill stay on
Bt ch until July 28th' For
interview call or write
m 7D4 Delano Hotel
Junior Museum Appoints Youthful
FSU Graduate as New Coordinator
Its a first for the Junior League tho Junior Mu-eum to plan and co
iml and a first for pretty ordinate Ihe effort- of the volun
brown-eyed May afarlene Smith of ,orrs lrom ,h(' Mm I Junior
Winter Park. Fla who last month ^h'T, ,h Junior.Vu^'"'" Guild
ii l and other organizations which ren
walked down the a,-le at Flordia ter their time and talen, around
Ma, Un.ver.it, in Tallahae in the lour-yaarold onSnKn
ir board and rob.- to receive wh,cn last >e.,r Mrviced 40.000
her diploma children and which own- the only
'-r the fir-t time in the h-,orv P'ane,ariUm BUtt ""^
ol the local Junior League, the or- Frank McConncll is director .,f
ganization is paying for the salary ,hLe Junior Museum of Miami Inc
ol a coordinator or volunteer to whlch ,s a"he present time chang-
supplement the yearly allotment it ,ng ,ts roWs ot exhibits preparatory
provides for the Junior Museum ofito next >ears expanded program'
ing. 1737 North Bayshore dr For L *S*- f ,rustees oi 'he
her very first position since her LSTSJ*! A Whil
graduation. Marlene, who majored
in anthropology and archaealogy at
FSU with special museum train-
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\h
dismissed the issue with a curt
"Thank you."
One would think that a man
representing a proletarian state
professing to espouse the rights ol
the common man would at least
exhibit some spirit of meekness
and humility. Nut so with Molotov.
His wholfl bearing and demeanor
pointed to arrogance and superior-
ity, During the half hour press
PAGE 3 B
,conference, he kept looking at hi-
'watch. And this is the man who la
counselling his partners Bulganin
land Kruschcv as they prepare to
meet President Eisenhower. Kden
'and Pinay on Monday, July 18. in
Geneva for what may become tin
turning-point in U.S.S.R.'s drama-
tic attempt to "checkmate"
i S.A. via the "peace maneuvre
1 of the century.
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Van Lined
Miami's Oldest and One el the South'! Lirrtu
Long Distinct and Door-lo Door Movers
m Town Jerusalem, bids farewell to eight
ical students leaving far Israel, where
act as Boys Town counselors in a
ler exchange student program. The
scholarship winners were feted at a
luncheon tendered by Mr. Guilden in New
York. Left to right are Leon Gersten, Ira
Goldberg, Sholom Gold, Norman Scher-
man, Mr. Guilden, Avrom Landesman, Jo-
seph Weinstein, Chaim Leibel and Zvi
Kushelevsky.
Ibserver Feds Pessimistic About Outcome at Geneva
rnt
tl.
YEARS
MIAMI
With
Ms
LlNls
DAVID HOROWITZ
ED NATIONS the complex world poli-
kne from this international
| the eve of the Big Four
which opened in Geneva
this observer cannot help
press the deepest concern
ie future. Having kept a
on the latest seemingly
successive East-West
rid countermoves in what
tie semblance of a global
|ame, it appears that the
is playing a game which,
isely and properly counter-
vill place the West, more
arly the U.S.A., in a rather
>us position.
(India's Nehru and Burma's
Already under the charm of
with Austria, Japan and
moving ever closer into
liet orbit; with Egypt's re-
V-s to Russia's wooing;
Communist infested Italy,
and Greece standing as vul-
eateways ior Soviet ex-
into West Europe from the
countries; with a West
|y eager to accept the
Molotov offers for uni-
and with the Red Chin-
Jssus600 million strong
by the hammer and sickle
[enace the picture is not a
pasant one.
|what about the United King-
What position will Britain
take during the crucial test? Hav-
ing already recognized Peiptng,
it wouldn't be surprising if Lon-
don eventually chooses a neutral-
ist course.
Now, this writer does not want
to appear over-pessimistic. Yet,
realism prompts him to sound a
warning. "The Leopard does not
change his spots." Molotov, it must
never be forgotten, was the man
who made the original deal with
Hitler. During two occasions at
San Francisco, this correspondent
had the opportunity to come in
close contact with Molotov. Both
times he sensed in the Russian a
callousness that differed little'from
that cold-bloodedness the world
had tragically witnessed in the
mass murderer Hitler. No wonder
the Kremlin "star" Molotov looked
somewhat lost and bewildered dur-
ing his brief appearances at the
several San Francisco receptions.
His eyes betrayed fear, his face
a worried expression. What was it
that worried him? What made him
feel so uneasy? Hidden within the
deep recesses of his mind were pos-
sible Soviet schemes, and he felt
that he had perhaps come to Amer-
ica under false pretenses. He knew
that his "peace mission" was pos-
sibly a maneuvre against the host
country. But the actor Molotov
played his game so well that few
indeed were able to detect the dis-
guise.
It revealed itself for a fleeting
moment when your correspondent
confronted Molotov and asked him
about the two and a half million
Soviet Jewswhat were the possi-
bilities of emigration? "How dare
you discuss Jews?" Molotov's face
seemed to say when his tight lips
1,->.
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DICK-OOCK'S ADVENTURES. By Arthur
Poeant Prt%, Inc. 1*55. $2-5#.
Tan. 79
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By HILARY MINDLIN
10 \\ in S4HWARTZ
Idea of Vacation is Great
Jewish Contribution
Htary ntor
. km tfc,r filet
Probably thp greatest contnbu
that the Jew ha; made to the
.' dea of \aci
Einstein, a- I recall reading some-
where, listed the Sabbath, if not
the one
'anding Jewish con-
a- man-
I
(I -.- an idea 'hat had to fight
The cla^'ic phil-
osopher Seaeea -ingled out the
Sabbath : the reason* for
hi- at) -n The Jew
he -aid .enth of
in idiene- Seneca himself
HI.V.V.-I 1.IIOSSM \\
Is Kastner Really Guilty?
Court Trial Tells Nothing i
, I ; n a brad
one of tho>e
n of our poal war
ted vast i
al recall of horror
" true Jurj i
judgment -,, Hen
: alike I are ^
h of ma, rded histor/
much whether Matt Aaid should have
s A matter very much in wto degrees
hai been h, motive Nothtag w.? oe
thing, really will be proven about ,r.H
of man be is, or irai during those rearTo
and embittered by utter bereavement
wald shrieked scaualion of betraval He accuid an
red and .,.,, member of the community of Nracl with
I ul ed j, of Hungry in,o that state of hope 5 plr
nittcd It to be b -laughter He did all these thine.
m*lf and hi. famUy. SdmS^mSSi
rr't 5 h ^'n ,h""' r Nrael *h" d" r'"' > Ka>tner who have
'- Will in oi bj, aU(, ,. dea, h*J' **
MJ order to lessen the toll, f.nd the charge hard to cred.
e time He lived on j
>. but the idea that
peof 1 also real wa- a-
There i> reaor. to be-
Iie\ that I hi day |
going over to Judaism at-
- idea of a weekl>
of n
he 17th
the Sabbath had not >et
> gained it victory Queen
I cler-'
gymen to tell the people that while
juired to attend Sab-.
service-, after the services
thej arere to return vorh In the
e can un-
tan i why the Jews ere severe
about Sabbath obienance. Other-
wise, it would probably never have
BOB its way There are too many
Senecas in the world
Be have more than
the areeldj rest day We have a
number of other holdays and most
of u- rest more than one day a
are like Heine, who said.
he w a*- so good a Jew that not al-J
ways being sure he wa observing
the right day as Sabbath he some-
times re-ted the whole w
Most of us too. take a summer
vacation The vacation idf
ing and with "automaton'' ma
new ->.vie- in todustrj BX
likely to get more vacation in thei
future If we get enough vac.:'
work its,-lf may become attractive
or in other word*, it may come to
be regarded a- a kind of vacation
to go to work That really would
be the ideal state When work has
become a pleasure, what more can
we a-k'
But the idea of vacation has
other applications and implica-
I think it would be a good
id.-a for most of us to take a vaca-
tion 'Kcasionally from our tradi-j
tional ideal, as well a- from OV
work To get away from yow own
point of \.ew lor a while does not
m-an that you will e-trani^c >our
from them.
LEST THE title mislead, this is no children book. TV,
- 3 -atiric fantasy, and certainly it fi's best into that
find myself loath to place it there. So man> !:ne aadl
n have labored and endowed the genre of satire ithi
An that it does seem rather a bla-phemy to"!
. book which ignores those rules ; lm ,>te| '
Mr Tane starts off well enough He introduce- a hero.
- amed at the age of seven by a classmate who thu- impliesi,
new that he considers Dick-Dock to be >
\s the author points out. so unique a hero thereby ha>]
to d' ar.d a> thingi denied to other mortals." Creating sm^,
acter 1- a perfectly legitimate means of paving the *a> for<
begins with a basic premise which the r. ider :
to accept as true. Everything else must follow loj;
mar> assumpt
Mr Tane's error i- that nothing follows logically at alL
a one inventive fancy after another rt th-
to make the lightning leap from idea to idea and accept tbeaTi
I Mr Tane should remember that even fantasy has a
i if he wants to satirize toothat is, to make judgments'
Id in the guise of saying something else^order :- imper
ing will take a flying leap along with one of those flights of j
and leap itself right out of existence.

NOR IS Mr Tane content to stay within the hound- of the I
efMBM Quite often be confuses satire with -ar
simply writes in some caustic observance of life. What happemi
hat the book becomes merely a vehicle for the author)
h;s thoughts on all manner of thingsmarriage, politics, art.
type< of people On the credit side. I must say that Mr Tane i
to get off some very amusing and clever remarks in a del
hand way like the bit on collecting social security, and calling!
Guernica" "extraordinarily effeminate as an example <<'. -ur
Mr Tane also plays a number of linguistic trida in
language- Hi- doctor is named Cervelle. French for "wit" or'
One of the dishes served at a honeymoon resort i- Rind
;*-rsi>rlichen Saft." which translates roughly *s "Stew in ooeil
juice' Another dish is "Andouilles exemplaires.' which wo
exemplary pork sausages were it not that "andouilli- ii also'
cile- Rat eat en consomme is also on the menu.
Mr Tane is at his best in politics, with bis two parties. Mo;
and Sloppism (democracy and communism, and a book-burnnfj
forroist engineer running the train of technology. But loo much I
time he skirts the spirit of true satireeither his symo. 1- are l
scure. or he has not related them well enough to his mam idei
A third alternative, and one which 1 must in all honesty
l- that I simply may hive missed out on a lot of the meaning, i
might be in the book Nearly everything in satire should be
ful on both levels, and I just can't seem to find it here 1
think that if Mr Tane will discipline himself and follow one I
through at a time land perhaps read Swift and Carlyle he willl
up with an exciting work. Certainly the imagination and nun
there_________________________________________________
1HQ\ Ul TTHRMAX
Three Main Stages to Age,
Famed Pianist Reveals
MTHAX IIIIU\ _
Adoption Fracas Raises Legal Questions
In my oolninn
In my opinion .
, | ll';" "' lor the Jewish couple ,r
*JighUng for the right to keep the childM
' .'her a ,
nrough repeal and
to through appeal
obedience of law
,ht' Unf':' '" '' rWdBg loss of the mi 2
JK1* n,,'v Noraml^ovedg
"':"r' ,h;" -uW give the ,h,id 5
^tholic upbringing |, ,(l,nds ntbet anom;il,lU
:-;:^i;!7;n^:;i;;-;--h----hr
"onctrful" .
Walt Whitman once said his Leaves of Grass
rd13edn.B.rn,nen-t '" lan'Uage T 3S might be
added that experimentation ,n language will*neveT
tongue, it would seem them ZTi~
Z.......SSSTJLmJS
hi^capt!
.-i-miMin/ri
anne Moore's l,r,.,,an, Ur, ';'ri
""r,s. recent!) published hv .k \ ,i,lec'
a;........^'^^",T'r;,-ifiht:
book of poetry One Time- One r'rv ,, '"^
fut.i.y of ,hf. wonderMP ,aB L?. sS.'SJ*-
author says -One-.s no, half ,w f f*** wh ""
of one Miss Moore, who wa*ih. i I "' hah('
great American literary w "' ed,,"r "f ,h-"
-ay have minted ^L' new^rd IS SSl
and onederfulness of a one woL ,7he oneder
the imagination for onewcrtdness ""* ^ Catch
Famed piani-t Moritz Rosen-
thai tells us that a man is young
if a lady can make him happy or
unhappy He enters middle age
when a lady can make him happy,
but can no longer make him un-
happy He is old if a lady can
make him neither happy nor un-
happy

Jack Benny told his wife Mary
the other day: How do you ex-
pect me to remember your birth-
day when you never look any
older?"
Ethel Merman says a woman
hegins to realize her age when
people comment on how young
he looks

'"'-.' J. --.I knows a bank
cashier who once wanted to be
'f the 400 and now he is
Nfl 387

Judy Hobday told us the other
day that a bachelor never quite
over ,he idea that he is a
'hmg of beauty and a boy for-

. '" cha Heifeti tells of a blind
'V 'V01 Av,v *h" *>s car-
ned a lantern People asked of
Jai ose ,he lantern could be to
": ;;^' i do ,
..v.r ,w p?v5nt my Jumbling
"ver others- he replied, but to
jeep them from stumbling over

thenoir0dUing Geor*e J**
the oth,r evening, the chairman
o the program stated: Two
cities claim the birth olj
speaker. Mr taael: *
and Los Angeles Ne*
claims he was born in Dw
es. and Los Angeles
was born in New York'

Danny Kaye doing ail
a benefit affair last *]
a dowager to dance.
waltzed she simpered:
Kaye what ever made_yBj
poor little me to dance"" Wl
the gallant Mr Kaye: TaJ
charity ball, isn't it""

IhHitt


LY, JULY 22, 1955
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ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY
= PETH ISRAEL NORTH-
[cENTER will hold Friday
L services at 8:30. Jack
land Mori Breitbart will offi-
m the absence of Rabbi Ab-
II, i son Saturday morning
- are at 9. Kiddush will fol
ESETH ISRAEL CONGRE
3NAL will hold Friday eve-
services at 6:30. Saturday
service! are at 8:30. Min-
\, be at 7 p.m., followed by
at 7:35.
?
JTH DADE JEWISH CEN
[v. ,11 hold Friday evening
i 8:15. Cantor Maurice
.ill render the musical por
j)i ilie liturgy. Lucille Moore
rect the choir. In the absence
[bin Henry Okolica, Murray
baum will deliver a sermon
! topic: "The Good New
Oncg Shabbat will follow
*
PLE SINAI of Hollywood j
old late Friday night serv-
. 8.30 p.m. Rabbi David Sha-
j || tpeak on: "The Meaning
ha B'.U Kiddush will be I
by Neil Ramo. son of Mr.
ir- ,lo>eph Ramo. Reception
low Sabbath morning serv-
\i at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro
reach on the Weekly Por-
[l the Law. Daily morning
al i) a m.

llGLER GRANADA JEW-
COMMUNITY CENTER will
Friday evening services at
Saturday morning services
9 Rev Leo Heim will offi-
pid discuss: "To Mourn or to
Hindu will be at 7 p.m..
1 by Maariv.
*
kELITE CENTER will hold
evening services at 6. Sat-
morning services are at
'antor Samuel Salkow will
the musical portions of the
Evening services are at
followed by Shalos Seudos.
trvices will be at 8 a.m. and
ates before rundown.
*
.EAH MIAMI SPRINGS
CENTER will hold Fri
pening services at 8 p.m.,
ic congregation participating
(prayers and liturgy.

JDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
ruTE will hold Friday cve-
Im ices ;it 7. Saturday morn-
|r\ ices are at 9. Rabbi Isaac
|v.:il officiate, with Cantor
Fi.shel I.tit man rendering the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. At
6:30 p.m.. Rabbi Ever will discuss
Ethics ol the Fathers. Mincha fol-
lows at 7. Daily services are at 8
a.m. and 7 p.m., with Sunday
morning services scheduled for 9.

BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
tmeth Sisterhood
\ors Barbecue Party
Fmeth Sisterhood, of 12201
ih ave is sponsoring a barbe-
(ach Party scheduled Satur-
vening. July 23, at Bakers
kt Beach.
Lynn Woods and Mrs. Grace
are in charge of all ar-
pents, Mrs. Blossom Tarta-
M be assisted by Mrs. Rhea
and Mrs. Gladys Rubin
I Ifshin and Mrs. Beverly
p. n are co-chairman of enter-
Candlelightinp; Time
Av 3 6:51 p.m.
services at 7:30. Herbert Buch-
wald will officiate, assisted by the
choir. Saturday morning services
are at 9:45.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30. Saturday morning services
are at J. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
will officiate. Mincha will be at 6
p.m., followed by a discussion of
Ethics of the Fathers.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Emeritus, will officiate, with Can-
tor Jacob Bomstein rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:45. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
will officiate and discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Daily services are at
7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7. Saturday morning
services are at 9. Mincha will be at
6 p.m followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
7 p.m. Evening services on Wed-
nesday, Tisha b'Ab, will begin at
7:30 p.m., followed by Eechos

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will,
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
preach. Saturday morning services
are at 10:45. Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER wjil hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. as the first in a
series of three" late summer serv-
ices. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate and discuss: "Jere-
miah at the Summit." Cantor Ed-
ward Klein will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30. Saturday morning services
are at 3.45. Rev. Rudolph Brill will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Mincha will be at 6:30
p.m.

ANSHE E M E S SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9. Evening services
will be at 6:30.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 7. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Phillip Weiss will
discuss Ethics of the Fathers at
5:30. Mincha will be at 6:30. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 7
p.m.
T
Fascell Will Open
District Office Here
WASHINGTON School is out
here. Congress is getting ready to
adjourn, and already Mrs. Dante
Fascell and the two little Fascell
girls, Sandra. 8 and. and Toni. 3.
nave returned to Miami for the
summer.
Latest word on adjournment is
that the Congress should go home
around the second week in August.
Shortly after that time. Con-
gressman Fascell will return to Mi-
ami and set up his Congressional
District office there. Between ad-
journament date and Jan. 1, when
the second session of the 84th Con-
froai convenes, Fascell plans to
work throughout his district
"'Many people in the district
have personal problems." he said,
"and we'll be set up in Miami to
see them and to talk to them. Also.
I want to cover the territory and
learn what the people are thinking
about the problems that face the
nation and Congress '
John Buckley, administrative as-
sistant to the Congressman, also
will be in Flordia during this pe-
riod. Other plans for the operation
of the District office have not been
completed, Fascell said.
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Beth David's Mew Spiritual Leader Puts Hope in Education Be h Jac
......__...... w^-Hn,,,,,,,,^..,,,.. -....... h-mi;'":, ip "
Continued ffom F*ge 1 B
learning. The greatest disease "I
American Jewry today i^ it- prev-
alent Ignorance, That. I suppose,
accounts for the apathy It is a
Judaism of conveniencenot con-
viction.
I pray thai the rabbinate will
permit me to bring at least to my
congregation the glow that is vital
Juddbtm. Most Jews, you know,
fail fully to grasp tne moral and
ethical aspects of their faith. I
shall count myself successful ii
1 tan bring them to understand
these significant cornerstones of
Judaism if not entirely, then to
the extent that the} grasp and
participate In Judaism's ritual
EUbbi Rosenberg explained
that he propose- to launch this
am at Beth David through
adult education da : evening gatherings in the homes
,,i atlon members,
should like to mak< ol Beth
David," he said, "an attractive
spiritual center, where i man's
purse i- not the measure ol bis
character."
And in his "-pan
hi Rosenberg chuckled His per
sonal library ol Judaica and He
braicaand his recorded librarj ol
liturgical music, it
keep him solidly but) even U m
had few oth( r duties.
But I haw i" mj others ht
mu. Many, indeed I
dont bel i the hpynosis o
oration \ mans convictions, il
they do not conform to the i
pts of Judaism can not simplj
be chai : '"' *,rm"n
Ml. jh, iffliction
must be '" ,h(' soul "'
Judaism through patient und
standing i 'hr '""> e'
tective me 1 which I know
Art Course Slated
At Hirsch School
\ series ol Monday evening art
classes, to be taughl by William
Oberman. well-known Mia mi
Beach artist and teacher, will be-
gin at 8 p.m.. Monday, July 25. in
the Sam Hindi School of Drama,
corner of West 47th it and Pine-
tree dr.
Classes are open to beginners
and advanced art students in all
mediums, including pencil, pen,
charcoal, pastel and oils. In addi-
tion to classes in the studio. Ober-
ban is planning frequent sketch-
ing field trips.
Oberman's work is familiar to
local art-lovers for the past seven
years. He has been shown at
the LoA-e Gallery, the Washington
Art Galleries and at the Miami
Beach Art Center. He is a member
of the Lowe Gallery and the Sara
.vota Art Association, where he
has also exhibited
His painting- have been shown j
in New York City and at other art
galleries around the country- For
the past five years, he has taught
art classes at the .Miami Beach
Community (enter.
Oberman has studied and paint-
ed for more than 50 years.
North Shore Zionists
Slate Film, Election
North Shore Zionist District will
hold its final general membership
meeting of the year on Tuesday
evening, July 26. at the North
Shore Jewish Center, according to
Sheldon N. Lelchuk. president.
"Man on a Bus'" will be shown
Broderick Crawford, Ruth Roman.
J Carroll Naisfa and Walter Bren-
nan star in the film.
Elec'ton for the ensuing year
will also be held.
Beth Jacob Names
Leader
.,1)1.1 Mr i ibor Hannan stem.
former chiel Orthodox Rabbi of
Kansas City and pre enl cultural
, iho World Academy for
, Jewish studio m JeruM-
l,.m appointed spiritual
i B'th Jacob Congrega-
tion
t Rabbi Stern's
nt w i- made Wedneadaj
ley!, Beth Jacob i i
dent
i;.,i n is known intetna
lionall) for bis scholastic contribu-
tion to the State "t Israel, and to
i, Wish i. i" general, Meyer said.
II,. I, ,. published numerous \ -ludie-
Rabbi Stern il known in the I
i niti Ur< I ind the Latin |
American countries for his agf>
nons and lecturaa. He is an ac-:
complished linguist SDM.
languag- hhjj
To assume his ,iulies |
I, Rabbi Stern conei to J
600 Wllh ,h' inenda!
Chief Ribbi Dr |*aac Halel
zog, of Israel, and Dr. ^
Now York Cit> .\i L
ing Rabbi Stern were the uL
Orthodox Rabbis, the RadiL
Council of America and th*i|
Academy.
North Oade Rummage Silt
North Dade Jewish tenteri
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at Stevens Uuik< I 82nd -t andj
ave on Monday, July 2Vfr
a.m. to 9 p.m Mrs Harry 8taL
1800 NW 114th s. is chajJ
Rummage that ii dean and i
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1947 West Plagler at., Tueadaj
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Concert night is scheduled Sat
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I'ark Bandshell. Ocean dr. and 1st
st by 'he Miami Beach Recreation
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Featured will be Roberta
Lynne, lyric soprano, and Fred
Reibel. concert baritone, with Ar-
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On Monday night at the Ocean
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Pbene JE MfM
MAIN OFFICE
45 N.E. First Avenue
ALLAPAnAH BRANCH
1400 N.W. 36th Street
Dade Federal
rs^
TAMIAMI BRANCH
1901 S.W. Eighth Street
EDISON CENTER BRANCH
Dade federal SAvmfis a 5?9? N#W> S#v,ntn Avenue
dividend, twie. .'y.rtor you at h.L^^i '"d EARN
onnum. 0M your I.eouM ., ,U",n* 3% ''
JOSEPH M. UPTON, Pr.-S.cl
RESOURCES EXCEED
80 MILLION DOLLARS
BUSINESS HOURS tf* Orr/c W opon fro* A-M. o '*
Mondays; y AM. to 1 ,M. Tu^d-y. thru Wdoy*. "'c"
!' *-M- ? *M. Mod. H TlHdoy.: A-M- ?
TM. Frid.ys. Ail OfflCtS AM CLOSE ON SATURDAYS.


|Y, JULY 22. 1955
+Jmlsti fhrkMar?
PAGE 7 B
|Lazarus Chapter
id at Convention
recenl district convention
WuhinftOO, D.C, Emma
Chapter received the Mf>
lot award in District 5.
Jrue monorail was given to
llrcd Reich, president, the
percentage gain in mom-
m the B'nai B'rith worn-
pup. Mrs. Tina Katz. mem-
hairman. was elected dep
|Im Miami area,
tr held its first fund nit-
lair Wednesday evening.
Misi Thelma Gordon
Betty Robbins were co-
LEGAL NOTICE
I ii a r i e s
SAMUEL SACHS
.". \\V 1st at., patted away
inlv IT. ill hli< i He
, ,| b) hi- Wife, Leila; une
Mi s. iv i.i Bloom; :inil two
David ;ind Sol Ri-malns
ii in Chicago tot at -r\ H > ami
[i in Miami Riverside.
MRS JUNE BLAU
fc SW :mIi bvi died Sunday.
follow iiik :m automobile
|i lllau i* survivi-il liy hi-r
Oeorge, mIkIit anil three
S.n hi if iii Rivorsldv
" l.. i -1 of Miami, with In-
n Provident It I.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
___. NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVE.N (hat
'"V" d*slrlng to engage In
i'ti-v!'Tr ,-a'o','I,.'.!." nctltloua name of
., kAs ,- ,r'" l;1 H.i ii.imm: CO..
,. ,' ""- Am Miami Bai h,
i. i. a. intend ... regi.tei Mld
with Hi- i lark of the Circuit Courl of
DioU- < minty. i-1..!
ELEANORR I. R RKKRY
KENNETH K BKRRY
H1DNET RFRONKON BKBR1
Attorn*) for Both Parties
l-";-s''''r:;1'""1 !*",Wm. Miami, n.....i.,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrina to engag. in
fiy B ATLANTIC VPARTMENTH at
,... Abbott Avenue, Miami i
with the. Clerk of tha Circuit Court of
Dad* I.'TIS SCHOENBERO
\N\.\ BCHORNBERC
ISRAEL II MELLMAN
MOLLIB MKI.I.M AN
RFRONHON
for ah Partlea
LEGAL NOTICE
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tha undersigned. d<- buatneaa under tha fiitltlouH name of
CARS \ POPPIN', ..t l NK Tfth
Str.-et. Miami. Hj.ilda. Int. ruin to roll-
Inter Mild name with the Clerk of the
Inult couit of Dade County, Florida
BENJAMIN TOPOL. inc ,
a Florida oi poi BtIon
AARON M KANNII:
Attorney for Iteojamln Topot Inc.
; i > -1
SIDNEY
A I fornev
7/lS?28.l!* J,-'",llnK- Miami, Woi Ida
HARRY LEVINE
dealei and civic leader, died
|nl home. -"''" Alton ill He
i-oiniiiK from
\i i.,\ ine a i ;i former
Ji a i~'\ Home for the
hi wa- .i membai of iha Ha*
Ik- bodge of Miami
. i,.H i:i mi ;m.i tie Btonlal
I' Hi wraa alao ii iiataa
:i i Rj Ha i" .-urv|\ .-.I
. Ida; two daughters. Mrs
||iii i w York, and Mm
Mian i Beach; and two
i { i i.i nlal, hoih of I.oh
iv. held Bundaj
ule Memorial Chanel, Miami
l|:li I ini.il .ii Ml N.lio Ceme-
IRS. SARAH LERCH
:i An al Qabtea, who
from Al-
i Th n da July 11 she
: Workman'* "Ii i le
Ii .!. hare
Ma\ 'i.i'inii
Im in. and two
ill of Coral Gables
. i ;>.i
irial In ML Nebo
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dextrin*; to engage In
business under the flctitious-num.- of
HACK CONSTRUCTION, at 10171 E
Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor
Ii-lamla. Miami Beach 46. Ha.. Intends
to reflet** said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MIKE HACk'MVKi:
SHELDON N I.KI.cilliK. Rsq
Attorne> for Mike Hacknner
T'|| Se> Ik,|i| Bldg., Miami, KlomU
7/1-8-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fletltious name ,.f
MEXICAN GARDENS ItKSTAC-
RANT. at 981 S.W Mh Street. Miami,
Morlda. Intends to register said name
with the cleik of the t'lriull Court of
!>nde County. Florida
MACRICR CHAPONICK
HENRY 5*CAU?" irAULB,
Attornaj for owm
Mil W Kl.ii.-l.-r Si
7/8-18-22-tJ
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the iinderelgned, dealrina t.. engage in
bualnaaa undei the flctltloua name or
HELENR YORK, at 1883 n i: l'ihI
Avanua, Miami, Florida, Intend to rag
ni name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida
HELEN YL'RKIEWITZ
WALTER A YL'RKIEWITZ
GEORGE OILRERT. E8Q
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Attorney fur Ap|illi-ants
"'1-X-1.-.-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tha undersigned, daalrlng to engage in
bualnaaa under the fictitious name of
CHARBET CHEMICAL CO., at 6I
Washington Avenue. Miami Ban h,
Florida, inlend to register -.airl name
with the Clerk of tax Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
CHARLES TCKK
BHJTTT TURK
TIRK Jk NEWMAN
ail.i n. \ .i for Charbel Chemical Co,
1X0 i.im-oin Road. Miami Beach, Ha.
7/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, daalrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Pl'RCHASING SAI.KS AND SERV-
ICE!, at B'.'T.". SW 62nd Street. Dade
County, Morlda, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LEW mekcck. sol,- Owner
WKI'MAN WEPMAN, Attya.
to; Blacayne ittdg Miami, l-na.
7/1-8-15-22
|AUL M. GOLDBERG
|4 >\\ i |. I Welllli --
i ii.i Ii | aalaa*
'.. Ml.mil is
Yurh He was a
of tin Mi .i.i Beau .1 Rika
| I'ythla* and was
ni / ;. |nh i .-m.-r.
is Ife. Eva; a
M 111; and
' '. Miami Services
lle.-u-l M, iiioi 1,1 \|i,,n
'.. iMi but ii iii .\it. Slnal
ADELE BELOAITCH
SV. ,|..,| l,,|v u
Ni era I Home w
i nt-
lENJAVIN
I
GLADWIN
nt hotel owner.
n Ml Gladw in ol
. retired I 11 oil
i In i ) e.u s ago
- wife, Kb.v two
Hi "I la .. im-ihImt of
i Miami s ii
Surl di Clvli
II ith, Royal An h
ilde i.odg.- ..i... i'
>, re Julj rl in
1 1i.i|.i I. No, ii.andv
in I'etloil
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDEr. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tli.u
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage '"
bualnaaa under tha fictitious name of
BUNOCO GOULDS, at Pederal lllgh-
nraj ..mi s.w, KSth Btreet, Goulds,
Florida, intends to legist, t said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of
Dade county. Fioibii
OARWOOD 0 WIOGIN,
Individual proprietor
KURT WELLIHCH, Attome;
1411-17 Congress Building. Miami. I I.i
T/S-ll-zS-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage n
bualnaaa under the flctfi.....a name of
RASH ION PAIR, at 7939 Blacayne
Boulevard, Miami, Ha. Intends to
leglsler said name with I lie Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NAN Mil.I,Kit (sole owner)
7,15-22-29 8 ".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-ngag.- In
business under the flctltloua noun- "I
K .V: K BAR AND RE8TAURANT, at
4'.'.,l' N W {2nd Ave Intend to register
said name with the Clerk ol the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ItDltKItT KENNETH SWEEDLER
Ni H'.I.K CLARK KMITH
HENRY M CAIN
At tm nay for Applli
1511 W Flaglet st. Miami, Pla.
l :
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS IIERKBY i;i\ EN thai
< .it. in
the rti-tit|oii> nuiiir of
^N M'K KITCHEN, .it iv
St Intends to register said
Hi the clerk of tin- Circuit
i i.imt \. Florida
IRENE KISHKl:
lit .\ flARS
\|i|.lliant
st
II
P1:
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
'Igneil, desiring to engage In
",il. i t). flctltloua name of
v 'I It Tli A (1 K INVENT-
in ,i, Leon Brvd .
" I'la., Intends to register
"nil ti. Clark of the Clr-
" "f ii,,,i.. (,,,x Florida
'HtDSHMAN. Sola rwnar
'/' It WAYNE
1 AiipUcani
Leon Blvd.
II
- UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I IS IIERKBY OIVEN that
desiring to engage In
'"lei ti. fictitious name of
NI-.\\> i ENTER, at 117 s K
Miami. Intends to register
""b the Clerk of the Or-
"f Hade County, Florida.
, HERB BENSON
f1 t! \i:s
.J"r, A|......ant
Higler si
1-12
NUAMiRLA^CT,T,0U
Hud. county. Florid*.
MYfcR MATLOW
'J*. -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No 100984
OSCAB S CAPLAN and
s.\i:.\)i B PAPLAN, Mi wife.
tlntlffa,
vs.
KATHERYN WILSON OLATT
Indlviduall) and aa AdnUnlstratru
of the Batata ol EDWARD i: OLATT
Sr.. a.k.-t Edward R ciatt Da
''-'i (Eat iti in the Probate Court
of ( ..ok Count) Illinois, No 201
MAURICE OLATT and
CARA OLATT, bN wlf...
EDWARD K OLATT, .III and
Sg4H4?5EN.H OLATT. I,ls Jrlfe.
EJ ELI N OLATT ATZ, a k
EVELYN ATZ, and DAVID s AT/.
her husband, anil
THE t'NKNOWN HEIRS OP
EDWARD K f.l.A it. sn lf >ny
and any and all other persona, if
any claiming any estate, right, title
or Interest in. or lien upon the real
property herein described, which is
located In Dade County,
.state of Florida
l-ot I, iii Block I. of BEACH VIEW
BUB-DIVISION, according to the
Plat tb.-ieof. recorded In Mat Hook
9. at r i iplti i;.....|(
of Dade County. Florida,
I 'efendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To KATHERYN WILSON OLATT,
lndl\ Idu.ilh and Administratrix,
17.'..". East r.r.th St.. Apt 504
Cliliago. Illlii.i
MAlTRICR OLATT and
CARA OLATT, his wife,
7ii| ] i '.III-.1 i n, .- Av .
Chliago, Illinois '
EDWARD i: UI.ATT. JR., and
sii \i:i.i:i;\i-: civr r, his
7...... 8. Shore Drive,
Chliago. Illinois
EVELYN GL VIT ATZ nnd
DAVID S ATZ. her husband.
6'.'7" S. Euclid Ave .
Chli-ago. Illinois, .mil
THE t'NKNOWN HEIRS OP
EDWARD E. ci.ATT. si:, if
any. and any and all Other per-
aona, if any, claiming in. estate,
right, title or in:. 11 I In, 01 Hen
upon the i .-.ii pi opal t] bei in
des, t ilieil. w Iii, Ii la located In
Dad,. Coiiiitv, Slate of I'loinl.i:
Lot I, In HI.., k I, of BEACH
View SUBDIVISION, accordUtg
to the Plat thereof, recorded In
Plat Hook :>, at Page 118, Of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida .
Y.u. and each of you. are hereoj
notified that a Complaint to Remove
Cloud and For other II.lief baa been
iiie.i against you, and imi are hereby
reiiuiieii to aerve copj of your An-
swer to said Complaint on Plaintiffs
attorneys. CKNKT c.KNKT. 420
l.in.i.ln Road, Miami He.o b. Morlda.
and file the original Answ.i In the
office of the Clerk of the t IrcUl
Court, on or before the 1st da)
August. 1956. In default of wlili-h
allegations of said Complaint will be T(, jRflHIE MICELLO
of
the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
tin undersigned, daalrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at
IIS Mth st Miami Hen, h, Intanda
to register s.iid name with the Clerk
of Hi.- Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Florida
ART MAI ER Sole i twnar
DAVID M GONSHAK
Attorn*) f'H Applli -ant
7n| I'.i-i .l\ lie Hlllg
7/J2.J8 s ,,-iL'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge in
business under the fictitious minie- of
THE JEWISH KiiKiM JEWIHH
AMERICAN RROADCAHTINf! COM-
PANY; .IKWISH AMERICAN AD
V'KRTIHINO AGENCY; RELIOIOl.'H
BROAD "ASTINO i < iNSIl.TANfS. n
f<4 I'hiiinlii i of Commeiie BUIMIng,
Mia ml, I la Intend to ragl
- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad* County, Florida
SIMON SRIDEN and
MARY KE1DEN
SHELDON EDWARHH
7 r. 22 : s ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICR is HEREBY GIVEN that
the ui sd, desiring to enga
business undei the fictitious nami ol
BAND TRADING COMPANY (NOT
INC.), at loot DuPont Bldg., Intend
to register said name with the Clark
of th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY HANI.
MAIN BAND
LEONARD KAI.ISH
Attome) im Appliesnta
1001 DuPont Hldg.
I l 12-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und.-i signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
CAPITOL WINERY LTD. at I1S7
n W, 12nd Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tanda to register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit court of Dade
County, plorida
WINK CORP >F FUiRIHA.
a Florid,i i ni pot ation.
s..i,. owner
A in iNOVITZ, ARONOVITZ
A CAIDIN
Attorneys For Wine Corp ol Florida
7 15-22-29 I ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is- HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engaga In
business urul. i the fictitious name of
DRAPERY HOUSE, at 10 Almeria
Avenue, Coral Oablea, Morlda intendt
to regUtei Bald name witli the i
of the Circuit Court of i i.oi. County,
Florida
CORA I. CIABLES WHOLESALE CO,
sole owner
ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ
Ai CAIHIN
Attorneys foi Coral Oablea
Wholesale Co.
7/1-1-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
lagt In
business undei the flctltloua name ..(
CARIBBEAN COL'RT APART-
MENTS, al 8783 Abbott Avenue Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, intend to reglatei
said name with tha Clark of thi
cult Cuuii of Dade County, Plorida
i.i il is Will lENHKRi!
ANN \ SCH lENBERO
ISRAEL H MKI.I.M \N
\ii il.l.li: MELLMAN
SIDNEY BKRt iNSON
Attoi in ) foi All Pat
L'lii Khoreland Building, Miami. Florida
IS 22-29 8 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
the undersigned, di i ngage
in business under the flctltloua name
of LIBERTY Bt'DOET Bl'REAU, at
Weal Plagler Street. Mia nl, I la .
intends to aald n.une v\ It h
Hi. Clark Of the Circuit Court of Dm
i 'niint \. Florida
SAMUEL M, BCHACK Kol Owner
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorney* for Reglatrant
\S -I I lagler 81 Miami. Moi Ida
7 jj--::> I :.-u
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 181401
AURELIO MICELLO, Plaintiff,
JESSIE Ml' l.'l.l.i >. Defendant
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
taken ss confessed against you
DATED at Miami. Morlda, this Z
dayof June^..^ ikathkrmaN
Cb-iK of the Circuit Court
B): it. H. RICE. JR
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
7. 1-s-15-22_______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fl.tltlous name of
llliKA PAN-AMERICANA, al t
SW tail Si. Miami, intends to reg-
,ld name with the Clerk of the
C.rcu.tCour,of^a,.e^o,,n,;KM:i;r
7/22-29 8/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
TUB BR1DOE KOKLM. at 811 S.W.
8l)i Street, Miami, Florida, intends to
register ssld name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
WOrkl* WILLIAM E BKAMON
7/22-20 l/5-lt
1047 Weatcheetei Avenue
Bronx, n.u Y.nk
You, JESSIE MICELLO, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed agalnef you,
.imi you are required to servi a copy
of your Answei or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on tha plaintiff's At-
torney, OEORGE CHERTKOK. 807
Oiympia Building. Miami 12, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
in, mi Court on or before the ith day
of August, 1955. if you fall to do so.
Judgment bj default will 4ie tie_.li
against >ou foi the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint
This BOtlOe shall lie published om
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDtAN.
DONE AND ORDERED st Miami.
Florida, this 14 day of July, AD.
IfW.
K I! DEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dnde County. Morlda
By JOAN COCRNOYRB,
(Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk
GKOROE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Plaintiff
07 utvmpU Building. Miami IS. Pla....-
7/22-29 8/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180909
JOHN 8. RICHARDSON, Plaintiff.
HELEN A RICHARDSON,
I ii-feiiilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HELEN A. RICH ARDSt i.N.
, ERNEST CHAPMAN
s ni I loule% ii ii
Island Heights, New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce bss been
filed you, and Jim in.
quired to s.-i\.- a copy of your Ai
or Pleading to the Hilt of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorneys. HENRV
\i i ain and ARTHUR D. DECKEL-
MAN, 2SIS w.st Flagler Street, Ml
imi. Plorida, and rue the original
Anawer or Pleading In the office of
the Clei k nt the i "li. ult i 'out t on m
before the 1st day of August.
If you fail to do so. judgment b) de-
fault will be taken against you fm
i in n let demand* d n the "'" of
Complaint ,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conaecutlve weaka
iii THK JEWISH I- i.i ii:11 M an
In >NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida. Ibis J7lli dav of June, A D.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade 'omit v, Florida
B) w.M W STOCKING,
.it Courl Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN and
ARTHUR D DECKELMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
r.i*. w Flagler si Miami, Mm-iiia
7 l-t-15-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business und.i the flctltloua name of
IKCCV JEAN ORIOINALS, at 2-T
\ i: :'itii Street, Miami. Florida In-
tend t" I Istet -.mi ii.im.- a itti the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade
County, Florida
IKAN HI'ROII Kit
HAZEL MKRCl'R
LEW MERCI R
WEPMAN WBPMAfl
Attorneys for Applicants
107 Hi Bldg., Miami. Ha.
7 I S -1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKKEBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage tn
business under the fictitious name of
APPLIANCE BERVICE CENTER, al
IM N.W. 2th street. Intends to
ter ssld name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
DAVID i ZA NO WILL Sub- Owm r
7/1-8-15-21
' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to engai
it undei the fictitious name of
It & S MUSIC CO., not Inc. at 1312
N I.' Bayahore Drive, Intanda t"
Ister said name with the elet k of the
Circuit i".,mt of Dad* County, Florida.
NORMAN R. ROOERH
MAX P ENGEL
Attorn*) f,,r Norman I! lingers
7/8-15-22-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
the fictitious I:i ni. "f
SUNOCO BOULEVARI >, at 1 If, Bla-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register s.iid name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Morida
OARWOOD 0 WIGGIN,
Individual proprietor
KURT WELLI8CH. Attorne)
1414 Congress Building. Miami. Morida
; R-ll-Jg-tg
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalcned, dealrina t,, engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....'
SUN SERVICE STATIONS, at 4:!ll
Ponce de Loon Boulevard, Caral
Oablea Morida. intends to rei
aald name arith the Clark of the Clr-
cult Court of Dado County, Florida
GARWi i. il- ( u IGG1N.
Indli Idual proprietor
kckt WELLIHCH, Attorney
1414-17 Congreaa Huildlng, Miami. Mu.
7 8-15-22-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
No tick IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealring to engage in
business under the fletltious name of
BUNOCO OABLEH, at 1309 Pom
i.....n Coiii. vat d, i'oi.ii Qabb
Ida, Intends to register aald name with
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
('otiiitv. i- loi Ida.
OARWOOD O WIOGIN.
iiuiiv Idual p n|ii i.
KURT WKi.i.iscii. Attorne)
mi Congreaa Building, Miami, Plorida
7 8-1S-22-29
NOTICF. UNDER FICTITIOLS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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Last Hope for Homeless Children
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[or normal happiness______________________
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them I have never been |o-
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I>r Dux clc flle
a child of 13 says that ton
know through what hearn
he miiM have Ron. \n(j ^
.know that he h.vcomM0(
know.' he >;'d to me, I jstand Km Meaning and cat*]
.,, k i u.i! I m children j than many adult Throtf
,,, have children you -hould love!we will cure I
came to >">'
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,nd long Onb M-teni.-.y to said
something to me that ^ J
both his md, ,h, ,ength
ill ahead
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Enrico w ;!" i-1*"1' B
fen
ents had :' rtu
nd ponniiev- refu
His birth was an economic I
>hip for the family; I
several year- was unable to find
work, and with much I
lived on the chai
. D ,..-!;, [ other be
strained. Enrico was -em
Christian kindergarten B
tholic kindergarten Ik

.mi as th< : I"
bee.
to kinder-
nd.
When Em
His
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mely unruly, backward in his
d to stutter I
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and he
I '
la) I dis
ailed ho* he 1
or when

sions he to understand 1

Dux looked u|
m our -

ita most u
:.-. until it
ect its n01'
Enrico, like an) other
with us, knows whj
., is here. 1
and other I
emigratioi "' who came h,.r,. _,,lV. up v.,:h ait
the burden of two children, they ilties. He I
.head through Youth iris' of our H
Aliyah H who hat me back 1
ents did not love him were coi ex-tcachet their
ed, it s< bim; and on .1 and happy life He
is arrival in Israel he becami II. and he
more difficult ...
in a kibbutz
the family decided to pr>
ward in hi lessons, unrul;
ss, and difficult in hi-
! people. .' m
.-hould be sent to the B nai B'rith
H me for t'hildren-the only pub
Hi <>ne day la-t week
when he got angT) and balanced
himself on the ledge of a third
floor window and threatened to
jump il we did not leave him
lie instituti ;lt children alone 1 looked at him quietly.
in Israel Sil told him that he was excited and
".943. the en's Su- might hurt himself if I was to
preme Council ha> accepted the en- near him Therefore I would leave
bride-to-be
IN PIGTAILS
R
ietty little lady, not bothered by thoughts of tope chest,
trousseau and wedding bell.'
But forcsighted parents must think ahead!
Many thousands doand come to Chase Federal, where they not
onlv add systematically to their own savings accounts for unexpected
emergencies and for carefree later years ... but they also have
savings accounts definitely "earmarked" for Sally's wedding or
Johnnie's college tuition.
Saving for a definite purpose becomes a whole lot easier and more
pleasant. Especially at Chase Federal, where each account is insured
to $10,000 and where it just naturally grows bigger through
generous dividends twice each year.
A friendly welcome awaits you at Chase federal. S;cp in today.
Current Dii nleiul Rate 3 /o per annum
STABILITY AND BARNIKCS ATTESTED BY 41 CONSECUTIVE CV. IKZV.W
FEDERAL SMUGS
AND LOAN A8SOC
IATION
Rabbi Clifton Harby Levy (left) receives certificate granting
him honorary life membership in the Central Conference of
American Rabbis. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner. president of
the rabbinic association, tendered certificate at recent 66th
annual convention of CCAR in Asbury Park, N.J. Dr. Levy,
88. of New York City, who this year celebrates 65th anniver-
sary of his ordination, is the oldest living graduate of the aiOHY starrmg Adolph M tmlou Monday 8:30 p.m. WTVJ.
Hebrew Union College (Class of 1890).
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