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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
!E 29-^Number 30
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
|n Gurion Is Expected Back As Israel's Prime Minister
* *
Reported Dead Aboard El Al Constellation Shot Down By Bulgarian Anti-Aircraft
e Americans Perish;
Air Officials are Invited
To inspect Crash Ruins
S p t c i I t
AVIVAn Israel El Al constellation airliner carrying 50
Igers and seven crew members Was shot down Wednesday by
...n anti-aircraft guns.
.al reports indicate that the 57 persons aboard were all killed.
,1 national airlines spokesman later indicated that there may
I possible survivor. Five Americans were listed among the
_ rs and possibly six.
lour engine plane was enroute from Vienna to Israel on a
' flight that originated in London.
The report, which revealed the
tragedy on the Greek-Bulgarian
border, said
yi "At 8:37 a.m. (1:37 a.m. Miami
iVDl !rCuTS ,ime) ,ht' operations branch of the
' J I El Al Airline received an SOS from
an El Al constellation on its way
from Vienna to Israel from the
Bulgarian border. Soon afterward
: >N (JTA)The Egyptian a cable from Athens Airfield re-
t Col Carnal Abdel Nas- ported the constellation made 'a
BU CRUMP
Threats
int Invasion
|* orated la>t weekend the
niversar> of the military
hich unseated King Farouk
parade and threats to in-
fc-rael The most blatant
a* made by Maj. Gen. Ab-
m Amer, Minister of War
manderinchief of Egypt's
wees, who threatened the
if 11 becomes necessary
lain peace by force," ac-
to dispatches from the
i capita
addressing a huge mass
to which Chief Rabbi
f."ahum and other Egyptian
- had been invited.
N'asser pledged his armies
ntinoed on Page 15
forced landing' near Tsirbalovo :n
Bulgaria near the Greek border."
Three children are believed to
First comment from official Bul-
garia came late Wednesday when
spokesmen invited : Israel repre-
sentatives to the scene of the crash
to inspect the wreckage,
have been al*>ar The Greek government at Athens
said it has information that the 57
persons were Jfilleft.a;;.. result of
the "crash." "A special announce-
ment indicated the plane was fell-
ed near the (ireek-Bulgarian bor-
der town of 13.000 situated 90
miles south of Sofia.
The Greek report was based on
Continued on P0 2
----------:--------1---------
AGAIN AT HELM
inhower Nominates Blaustein
Membership in Ten-Man U.S.
Delegation at the United Nations
V YORK (JTA) Jacob
[ fin, honorary president of
American Jewish Committee,
' nominated by President
vower to the ten-member
m
Jeceo f...ui.
Ikt
"United States delegation for the
tenth session of the United Na-
tion* General Assembly which
opens in New York Sept. 20, the
AJC reported Wednesday.
It is expected that Mr. Blau-
stein's nomination, along with
the other nine nominees, will be
sent this week to the Senate for
confirmation before Congress ad-
journs. The delegation, in which
Mr. Blaustein will be an alter-
nate representative, will be head-
ed by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.,
U.S. Ambassador to the UN.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee announced that it had re-
ceived a citation from Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles for
its work as a voluntary organiza-
tion during the past ten years in
bringing about "everywhere a
truer understanding of the Unit-
ed Nations," and for helping "to
make the principles of the United
Nations Charter vital and real
to the citizens of this country
and to the world at large"
. bock as chief
1,000,000 lUCTORS GO to polls
Sporadic Fighting Flares Election
Eve as Rokach Declares Bombing
Attempt Will Not Intimidate Him
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israeli police Tuesday held down trouble
spots in the aftermath of a series of bombings on the eve of national
elections.
Police reported most of the fighting was among the Arabs. They
said 18 persons were injured at the village of Tamra in western
Galillee in a clash between feuding Arab families at a polling place.
The families supported rival candidates and had been long-time ene-
mies, the police said.
They also reported fighting outside polling stations elsewhere in
Israel, mainly among the Arabs.
Six arrests were made Tuesday in an effort to quell the violence.
Major event was the bombing Saturday of the home of former Interior
Minister Israel Rokach.
In a statement from his bed, to which he was confined by physi-
cians, Rokach said: "Bombs could not stop me from continuing my
activities for the state and for my city. I call on all political parties
to regard the situation as most serious that has developed from the use
of bombs in an attempt to force opinions on others. Let the bomb
at my home become a warning note to all Israelis."
Meanwhile, the election campaign reached its peak when mora
than 700 political rallies were held throughout the country. They
were addressed by the top leaders of all political parties, and it is esti-
mated that they drew some 700,000 persons.
In an all-out effort to win the votes of the more than 1,000,000 elec-
tors, the General Zionists, Mapai and Lcachduth Avodah took to the
sea and the air. The Labor parties ran up signs and slogans on motor
boat flotillas and performed ''naval" maneuvers in full view of the
hundreds of thousands who took to the seashores at Tel Aviv and else-
where on last weekend's hot Sabbath. In the air, the General Zionists
were flying giant balloons with their slogans and appeals.
The rallies were well attended as compared to the rest of the
campaign when lew meetings, except those featuring top government
figures, drew much of an audience. With every party pushing its best
speakers into the foreground, some popular speakers addressed as
many as ten meetings in the 24 hours preceding election day Tuesday.
JERUSALEM (JTA) With national elections held throughout
Israel Tuesday, the cabinet at an emergency meeting took a vigorous
stand against the bombings which have taken place during the elec-
tion campaign and which reached a highpoint when a bomb was thrown
early Saturday into the home of Israel Rokach. former Minister of
Interior, who was the General Zionist candidate for Mayor of Tel Aviv.
The apartment was damaged by the blast.
Meanwhile, with only 15 percent of the returns tallied by late
Wednesday, Prime Minister Moshe Sharett's Mapai party led by 36
percent. It was anticipated that David Ben Gurion would reassume
the Premiership in the event of what appeared a positive Mapai victory.
Prime Minister since the establishment of the Jewish State, Ben
Gurion retired from office two years ago to a lonely Negev outpost
called Sde Boker. Ben Gurion, it is believed, had hoped that his move
would be emulated by other Israelis in a symbolic "return to the land."
Israel's elder statesman recently moved ouf of retirement, taking
up the office of Defense Minister. Sharett held the double post of
Prime Minister and Foreign Minister.
In an election address Monday on the radio Ben Gurion said: "I
will do my best to bring together all the creative and responsible forces
in our generation for security, for reclaiming wastelands, for gathering
in exiles, for achievement of economic independence and to make a
model state of this country and people."
Mapai. prior to election time,
held 46 seats of a possible 120 in
Parliament, and it was expected to
maintain or even increase this
favorable position.
Meanwhile, it is reported that Ro-
kach was not hurt in the Saturday
bombing, but a physician who was
called to examine him shortly after
the bomb incident ordered him to
remain in bed and forbade his par-
ticipation in five election meetings
scheduled for the day. The inci-
dent was the principle feature in
all election speeches delivered
here by leaders of the General
Zionist Party, who declared that
"the bomb will not frighten us."
The bombing of Mr Rokach's borne
Continued on Page IS
. t ? T
PERNICIOUS PROPAGANDA DEPLORED
Bavaria Urged to Close Notorious Dachau
MUNICH (JTA>The crematorium of the in
famous Dachau concentration camp should be closed
to the public "so as to iorestall pernicious propa-
ganda," the governmental administrator of Dachau
county, Heinrich Junker, urges in a petition to the
Bavarian Government. and Parliament.
Junker, the most important public figure in the
Dachau area, is also a Christian Social Union deputy
in the Bavarian Landtag. His petition Is the latest
move in a long-standing campaign by the Dachau
city and county authorities to wipe out all me-
mentoes of Hitler's oldest and best-known concen-
tration camp. Thus the camp museum with its
"Never Again!" memorial exhibition, was shut down
from one day to the next two years ago without
notification to the organizations of Nazi victims.
Last year, the grim "hangman's fir tree." on the
branches of which many inmates were publicly
hanged, was cut down. The official explanation is
that it was infested by barkbeet lev
The "pernicious propaganda" referred to by
Junkers is the reminder that more than ten thousand
Nazi victims were burned in the crematorium ovens.
Thousands of one-time inmates, delegations and
sightseers pass through its doors each year. This
stream of visitors embarrasses many Germans, in
the Dachau area and beyond, who consider Dachau
an irksome reminder of things they would like to
forget.


PAGE 2
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FRIDAY. JUi
Miami Israel Bonds Names Block
And Schwartz to Committee Staff
Appointment f Get
. nKin Block to th
ler Mi
i
i rporation for 1st
Schwartz who worked in th I- ... >.. i
in 1951 I ,ne
. ublic relations I i i '

I in pul '
, il act a~ a field r< | "' (ll
>.-.
I ol Miami I ,,, lor m tne 5outh< I for the Al
j4 y, iduated fi licine,
. ol Miami with an VB L'niversitj and the Amer-
I re ived an MA degree Iron ,
york University in sommu *nion -1-
nity organization and social pay- was the South Florida reprei
logs live for the Jewish Th
He received a certificate rrtn Scmin.n America In 1950. he
Cornell L'niversitj School ol .. ..
.strial and Labor Relations, u was campaign director for th Jw
a member of the American Socio- ish Home (or the Afled in Greater
logical Society and Society for An- Miami.
plied Anthropology. ^ veteran of World War II. he
Block was chairman of the inter or oj ,h<,
faith committee of the student or trw" d vuu' -
g; nization at the University of MM Third Army and later of the ton
ami ami was chairman of the Hiliel j >tabulary in Germany during the
Foundation- interfaith committee ear|v years of the Occupation
He is a former vice president and1-----__-------,------------------------------
program chairman of the Young1
Adults Group of the Coral Gabies Friedman Oft to Sweden
Jewish Center and served on thej Marvin Friedman, son of Mr and
Dade County slum clearance com- Mrv Ruben Friedman, formerly of
mittee. Pittsbiirg, i* here for a short stay
A veteran of World War II-; with his parent*
Block served in the Information' an(1 y0Ul
and Education division during 'he brother at 121
upation ol Germany in 1946 su isth rd. af-
Block l- a member ol B'nai B'nth e,. completing
the Zionists (W0 years as a
Schwartz, a local resident for 22 scholarship -in-
ars, !> North .,...... (,.
i arol SI te Colletji in electrical versit) ol Chi
neerii
eived AB ai
! BS degrees from h,. wi||
rsit; ol
He was study ln Sweden,
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One "f Hollywood* <
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that
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The mayor returned the tickets
with a courteous lettei thai
m i le it im
for him to -< i Ihe open
but he would purchase
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of Beth Jacob Congregation.
Internationally known as a
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mendation oi Chief Rabbi Is-
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IY. JULY 29. 1955
-Jewlstnorklkui
Dr. Jerome Btnfrt
lenson to Head
lology Lab
iatment of Dr. Jerome Ben-
fos.socialc pathologist in the
Ly laboratories of Mount
Jospttal was announced here
Orovitz, president of the
|enson is a graduate of Ober-
Lgc. class of ,1944, and re-
his degree of Doctor of
ae in 1948 from the Creigh-
ppersity School of Medicine,
Nets
an internship in Fordham
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Miamian Named
United States
Chess Director
A former president of Beth
David Synagogue has been named
a director of the United States
Chess Federation. He is Murray G.
Cohen, of 1838 SW 21 ter.
The Miami certified public ac-
countant and attorney, who is a
member of the Miami Chess Club,
is also president of the Forida
Chess League.
Cohen's appointment to the na-
tional chess organization makes
him the only director from Flor-
ida. The Miami pioneer this week
revealed that the Florida Chess
League will hold its annual tour-
ney for state championship at the
McAllister hotel beginning Sept. 2.
Although a peak registration is ex-
pected, Cohen said that entries
will be welcome and that applica-
tions may be made to him or to
Maj. N. B. Holt, Long Beach, Fla.
Miami Chess Club meets week-
ly on Friday evenings at the Mc-
Allister, attracting hundreds of
local chess devotees. The 56th na-
tional open tourney for-tJ.S. cham-
pion will be held by the United
States Chess Federation in Long
Beach, Cal, beginning Aug. 8, Co-
hen revealed^
ji-
his re>idency training in
Igy at Fordham Hospital,
graduate hospital in New
lid then served in the U.S.
las Assistant Chief of the
Jtmy Service at the 5th Gen-
-pital in Stuttgart, Ger-
|lrom 1951 to 1953.
completed his residency
with Dr. Maurice Lev at
int Sinai Hospital of Great-
li. and became a Diplomate
[American Board" of Pathol-
1954. He is an instructor
>logy at the University of
:hool of Medicine.
?nson is in charge of the
Pathology Laboratory at
[Sinai Hospital and partici-
the research program on
rlerosis. He recently pre-
[a paper with Dr. Lev at the
neeting of the American Afc-
kn of Pathologists and Bac-
gists in Houston, Tex.
Rabbi Cyperstein Will
Supervise at Rokeach
Henry Gamson, president of I.
Rokeach & Sons, Inc., this week
revealed that Rabbi Avigdor Cy-
perstein, Professor of Talmud at
Yeshiva University, will continue
the responsibility of Kashruth con-
trol and supervision for the Ro-
keach organization.
Rabbi Cyperstein is a member
of the executive committee of the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
America and Canada. Rabbi Cyper-
stein is also well known as the
former Rabbi of Lida, Poland, and
PAGE 3
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as a member of the faculty of the
Reb Yitzchok Elchonen Yishiva.
He had been for some time an as-
sociate of the late Rabbi Levinson,
at Rokeach.
Familiar with Kashruth safe
guards at Rokeach, he will con-
tinue in the supervision perform-
ed by Rabbi Levinson, who had
been connected with Rokeach for
more than 25 years.
Under the fully recognized au-
thority of Rabbi Cyperstein, the
tradition of the strictest Kashruth
will be carefully maintained in the
many Rokeach food products and
household items.
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Slated Saturday
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%'eptune" feast and festival
> evening at the Moming-
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pay, in charge of informa-
Ve Mrs. Melvin Schrago,
n, and Andrew Schwartz.
Eighty-year-old Minna Schul-
ewitz, as she arrived from
Germany at New York Inter-
national Airport recently in
the achievement of her dou-
ble-barreled wishto immi-
grate to the United States,
and to get her first airplane
ride. Brought here by United
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united with a son and daugh-
ter who immigrated from Eur-
ope to San Francisco four
years ago.
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Negev-Yarkon Line and New Life
By LEO MINDLIN
REP JAMES Rooievell <>f California tried about two week* J
assure the tact that arms currently -h.PPed ,7%
ll.....w r be UMd in aggression against the SUW,
ur i;.....cvelfs move was blocked and turned away .,( f0Urie-;
pUts me in mind ol a recent letter-1 received from him .,
discussed New Eastern affairs. It is difficult, of course, for J
know whal il m the mind of the present Administration. Mr.
Friday. July 29. 1955 vt n a{l>rthotight. he added: 'Trankly. I am in thmough di,
ment with their approach to the whole problem.'
Continuing with random observations about working for
program "within the limits of true non-partisanship in foreign a
Mr Roosevelt told me: "I want to be constructive, and I d0 ^
thai mere criticism in international affairs is not helpful to ouri
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On July 19. the President of Israel opened
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irrigation venture which will bring some three
billion gallons of water to the Jewish State's
parched Southland
I suppose the California Representative has since been bidin||
aa ,fcl. lnnd to the tiny portion that had been tot ,he proper moment to level more than *,
nd a .1,!! ; 948 bv a presumably consci- n>II1 :i,.UI1>, the present Administration in its manner of
ous-stricken world. .
t wSh *. conquered.A** n.
This is no ordinary pipeline. From the his- lions fei, nothing in the wake oi tne
that its Liberation and which they now covet.
alloted them in 19481 by Pr*sum, n{ aqainst J {ern problems. His move in Congress to ach.eve g
their from the Arab* Ml the defensive use of U.S. arms is a case in.
But it Mr Roosevelt'i intelligence with regard to our foreign
hu been continually insulted by Republican opportunism he rriy|
the fact that he is not alone.
* *
torical point of view, one may say
opening brought to fruition the age-old vision
Covetousness and sloth for countless genera-
personal solace in
THt REPUBLICAN COMMON
HAROLD STASSEN, Foreign Operations Administration
of the Prophet Isaiah who said ha. the desert <^ve N ched and seemingly, ^;before s^te committee early this week .o report"!
shall rejo.ee. and blossom as the rose. ^orthless and only the Jewish urge to sui- JPJ ^ ^ ^a atuJn ^^ stlbl|lty wi|hin the m]
vive translated into honest and courageous yMrg This it ^^j, rae> js ,n optimistic statement that can a
j .;n mnlrp of it Drecisely what "stagger ones credulity; for one thing, it fails to take into aceoiat(
Israeli ^d^VOr ^ ^ZjZLJs shall .nfl.mm.bl. atmosphere established in the Near East by an unre*
Isaiah foresaw: ... for in the wilderness snau ^^ there-one that reminds me of the immoral heyday of the|
waters break out and streams in the desert. lsh Empire and that is slowly but surely choking Israel into ecu
And ft. raMomd d ft. Lo,d.hnU mj | ~%X^^JJ~'et ** ^ *'
In any ease, this was Mr. SUuuea't position before the Senate i
mittee. arid it certainlyjoltedI his part**? colleague* who. fheWi
But there is more to the Negev-Yarkon pro-
ject than that. Fulfilling the modern dream of
a courageous and determined people, the pipe-
line is destined to feed more than half of Israel's
land area.
Out of the life-giving waters quenching the
thirst of a desert that lay fallow from alien
neglect for twenty centuries will come new
sources of strength for the Jewish State. And
it is particularly fitting that the Negev should
come to mean these things to the Israeli peo-
pie.
For they fought hard and labored heavily to
Principal of Justice Emphasized
After many years of difficult negotiations,
the Committee for Jewish Claims on Austria
has finally reached a S21,000.000 settlement,
which will compensate the many Jews who
became the victims of Austrian oppression
following Anschluss.
To be congratulated is Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, who headed the committee in the ardu-
ous and frequently stalled and suspended
meetings with the Austrian government.
There is no doubt that the 521.000.000 repre-
sents a pittance of the actual losses suffered
by the Jewish community there. But it was
more a matter of principleof moral equity
and justicethan of massive settlement, and
this point the Jewish Claims Committee has
won triumphantly.
come to Zion with songs and everlasting joy
upon their heads
That the Arabs now confuse the world by
Austria Chancellor Julius Raab's position all
along has been that his government was. itself,
the victim of Nazism and therefore not liable
for the grievances against the Jewish commu-
nity. But historywhich the Austria Chancel-
lot- can hardly denyteaches otherwise. In-
deed, history teaches how Raab. among oth-
ers, welcomed the Nazis and became their
filling instruments of oppression.
are trained to accept only pessimist*? views'on Israel- statu.;
Dirksen. illustrious Illinois Republican, who looks somewhat-
demandina the Neqev as their price for peace matinee idol and occasionally s6unds like one sneaking \ demandmg me wgm y. ^ Jace of ,, lines, immediately set about .grilling the FOA adnuni*
in the Middle East is ludicrous in toe race o., ^ f^^ ^ ^^ ^ jf^ ^ rMiving & ^h us.aidl,
Israel's sacrifices there. That Israels energy Jew|sh St,te-S prognosis appeared to be as good as Mr Sttvnl
and skill have been applied to make a waste-; lieved. -
1 j ~i 1 in .nMki favorably for' But there was an added twist here. Sen. Dirksen continued:
land verdant once again speaks favorably tor, ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ mwMy glven ltfJej
the courage and resourcefulness of its people. {rom ..otn#r sources" in the nation. The "other sources" of
m/u .v a^K i^jc e, in th* Naopv is ?fer to the United Jewish Appeal which has. on more than one 1
What the Arab leaders see in the Negev is, .^ rccentl). been |||e Urget of vicious if pr0perly d.s^u.sed
an extension of their age-old. tottering dynasty, ia, comment.
a tool to be used in the politics of feudal;
self-perpetuation without regard to the welfare, CONFUSION AND BETTER DAYS
of the 40.000,000 oppressed souls whom they' THIS CONFLICTING stand apparently typifies the Repd
rule. What the Israelis see is the modern re- Party today-not only in matters P*rtainuig to the Near East
other fronts, as well. In the face of Mr. Stassen s report, the. g
ment this week officially published Ambassador to Egypt Henr
Byroade's address made before the American Council for Judiiaj
April. 1954. when Mr. Byroade was Assistant Secretary of Statef
Near Eastern Affairsan address that is fundamentally anti Israeli
retirement in the desert outpost of Sde Boker cleverly anti-Semitic.
and called the youth of Israel to follow him I Th<* pucKat'n f J1* v,ci^ pl^t^iTlm
1 ,,.. pagandawhich could not have been constructed more bruH
back to the cultivation of the land. And follow, j the Arab L^g,,,, ptiA for i(_appeared just a few days after
they did. Some 2.000 workers and 66 engineers! signed an agreement with Israel, by which the Jewish State
labored a million work days to build the giant receive fissionable U-235 isotope for research. Such a natter*_ ol|i
f v ,. 1 fusion has decidedly optimistic ramifications. The pos>iblut> ei
Negev-Yarkon line. exists ,hat son^n, in opper governmental echelons "has been
This enormous effort is a mighty milestone in' an(| '""V"1" ,oan (, atomic material is a sop to soothe the sad
.,.,.,. of Israels recent late at the hands of U.S. foreign policy.
Israels brief.-history and may be compared Bu, it strikes me there is more here than that. The agrert
on a grander scale to the significance of the prima facie evidence of our government's Identification with fcf
building of the Suez and Panama Canals. The an ^son,'a"y Western nation of predominantly Western -
____.,_->, ,T._ ..i._r u 11 iurgedb> Ihtf.^cyrlgjBl.of historyan extension of \\e>tor*.
rjpW!i!mj"Wirre-prpelme presents a chaUenge in the Near EasF tliis is precisely what boy genius Byroaai
to all of us to continue our efforts in behalf of demned in his April, 1954 address and what. I am sure, serve*all
generation of their nation.
Dnvid Ben Gurion understood the signifi-
cance of the Negev, when he moved into brief
a brave and invincible people.
j The conclusion of the S21.000.030 settlernerR
tioesn t whitewash Raab; nor does it properly
compensate Austria Jewry's victims. But it does
say that hislory can not be rewritten according*
to personal'whimat least not successfulry
and that those who have been injured will
not be totally forgotten.

The Price May be Even Higher
Hate master Conde McGinley has apparent-
ly failed to learn his lesson. The notorious pub-
lisher of "Common Sense" was recently fined
S3Q.C00 in a verdict brouqht against him by a
Newark. N.J., judge for libeling Rabbi Joachim
Prinz there.
Last week, McGinley appeared before a Pol-
ish National Home rally in Elizabeth, N.J., to
announce that President Eisenhower is "com-
pletely subservient to Jewish plotters."
The hate publisher is indeed fortunate that
the President of these United States has been
much too busy of late to concern himself with
the opinions of a bigot.
Else he might have found himself one of
these days before another judge somewhere in
Washington. And who can tell what the cur-
rent market demands as the price for libeling
President?
JUST PiAlH OlD-FASMONtD PIRACY
basis for the grant of fissionable material.
Compare this with American arms aid to the Arab rountr*
its face, there appears to be an unfavorable balance.-Arm* w_
Arabs >Peil aggression against Israel and facit U.S. approval .
aggression But calm deliberation as readily elicits another pan
our government's recognition of Israel's fundamental ethnic
Hi uuU it- reliance on Israel's ultimate contribution t<> th
ol -ciermhc information.
* +
ACOMRADUN SPIRIT
I HAD rntber be considered a comrade in spirit than a com"
arms. The Soviet was our comrade in arms during World wf"
the French were (.ur comrades in *pirit. In this regard, future ta-m
the present period may verj well place Israel in a twofold Ps
spiritual bridge spanning the wide gulf between a modem
and a medieval Near East and as pawn in the game to .n a tr
ally Breaeheroue and unreliable Near East allegiance.
These roles appear mutually to cancel one another The
el that tbey are coming dangerously close to di
But U.S forei| fashioned b) the Republican ^mj*tj
nai relied and continues to rely on the temporary < \i,'"f"
bilities with little'long-term ill-effect,
irward the Republican Party's rule by confusion
II 1- certain.) true that a change i> due in the N<
should not al all i>.. surprised if our government enter- into
t with I,rae! in the not too distant future. But it is '
m British rather than America*
s,n'' Tto e tense military climate the
'''"' 'li "i British tr.mipulatii.il suitable to its future djBW!
ments with Israel will be largely accident.il and na'f
effect in tins regard
j; THE ATTRACT/ON Of 0PP0S/TES J
*J I DO not h,re pr.a.t. for confusion. I merely itate eorifl
iblican order, which may muddle through. There 1- hapPT
i ,'nt f,,r examples 1 have listed illuUJ
1 there are others:
Prior to the Geneva conference. John Foster Dalle* 4
soviet Willingness to negotiate by observing that internal *
Plagues the Red regime. President Eisenhower remarked on th*
might and the "new climate of friendliness." California Sen. *
Continued on Pate S


AY, JULY 29, 1955
*-b**l*tfhrMinr
PAGE 5
Letters to the Editor
The Jewish Floridian:
l returned to town and read
ndlin's column of July 15
. editorial on the ZOA in
li Floridian of the same
\\- Lipsky resignation was a I
! in a teapot and, as has
vitcd in other Anglo Jewish'
| n- the issues attempted
,i ted by Mr. Lipsky were
against him by a majority
several ZOA conventions,
I which was in 1952. Un-I
\- .!> for Mr. Lipsky. he hasj
tituency This is not meant
ite Mr I.ipsky's monu-
i ntributions to Zionism as
that of the few individuals:
ncd in his statement.
i it also should appear that
ino. who was reelected \
... nth it vice president of the I
js u't resigned or rejected
y ce, and in fact, must have!
,1 $>f it since he listed it j
redding announcement fol-
Jg his daughter's marriage.
| wholeheartedly with the
t that it is unfortunate
so. many Jewish organiza-
i.ere is a struggle of person-
|.- with a conflict for leader-
i unfair to say "that the
ts demonstrated a lack of
Lea since partition .'"
Lt.sm has two roles. One is
lihg of tasks and the other
an ideology. Each Zionist
in America has tasks. These
include those of the by-now
ZOA House in Tel Aviv,
Silver." Hadassah Hospital,
Aliyah. the Histraduth, etc.
tii nisi parties have the task
n ng t'JA and Bonds for Is-
Canipaigns.
far as ideology is concerned,
; i -lion was discussed at the*
~ i rid Zionist Congress held
si I cm in 1951. It has been a
;i of constant discussion both
j.d abroad It has not as yet
resolved and will undoubted-
finite the main topic for
fc.on at the next World Zion-
j.-igres- now scheduled for
1956, in Jerusalem,
jre does, houvvc.-, remain
the basic platforms of the
program which concern
leives with positive Jewish
a the Diaspora and the in-
"f Israel on a firm and safe
ution. There is another field
cannot be overlooked. The
movement must be alert to
red for creating the most fav-
public opinion in America
! State of Israel. It Only
i''"i Zionists who are daily
ned with this. need. It is
American Zionists who can
iily combat Arab propagan-
is only dedicated Zionists
i. in true democratic fash-
r their influence upon our
istration and upon Congress,
iiy for aid to Israel, but also
fe.ent arming of Arabs and
-tops which, if unheeded,
mdermine Israel's security.
re tasks which alone would
the continuance of a vital
t movement.
Mindlin set forth the Van
and Lehrman dinners as
v two outstanding Zionist
's in this area in recent
think that he has complete-
>ked the fact that the Mi-
~h District of the ZOA has
been
zUism1 antUo the*necessily for | Southeast ZOA
For the forthcoming year the Tf* f^AnWAtlO U^rA
local ZOA groups are arranging a W VWI
list of qualified speakers whose
services are bcins offered without
Deen running weekly luncheon i'. "*,r,,r' w""JUt
meeting for five months rach f^e to vanous synagogues, cen-
each
year, that the various ZOA dis
trict.s in this area have been run-
ning monthly meetings, educating1
tiis and temples for incorporation
Leo It. Burson of Memphis,
Tenn., president of the Southeast
Region of the Zionist Organiza-
and informing thousands 0f our *one by witn a clear voice-but il is
local residents of the developments not neard in the public place as
into their adult education courses. I tion of America, this week an-
Zionism still speaks as in days nounced that the 18th annual
in Israel.
once it was because of the absence
This educational cultural work f blood and thunder. And we are
ust continue. It may well be that JTTT? a \ ""^ m"nd?ne
.Jucation and culture does not ^ d fi f0"*" "* *
fire enthusiasm, nor does i, mak(, mendous emotional appeal II in
headlines. The American Chris .ior to 1948.
Southeast regional convention of
the ZOA will take place in Miami
Beach at the Delano hotel Sept.
2 through 5.
SEYMOUR B LIEBMAN
tian Palestine Committee or the
American Zionist Council local
group does not need me to defend Gen. BUMS Reippo'mted
them. However, let me say that k, .. T rL t
people such as Mrs McCaffrey, ,""** NOtlOttS TrUCt Chief
Judge Holt, Rev. Ullrich and nil
merous others "havi addressed lit
erally thousands of non-Jewish
groups, bringing to the non-Jewish
community pertinent information !
of Israel and a favorable Atory'
concerning it. ZOA groups x have
sponsored many meeting's for the
Bond campaign arid the J$wi*h Na
tional Furid.
The niimerou.s Ziwt .leaders
who visit this area during.the win
ter months Jiave issued statements
which hve.jpp*wred in Jhe .public
press. Grlij.mi is.oot;^ typj
cal Jewish epmmuBjty since mem-
bership in the various ocganued
Zionist, groups, now equal and in
fact, in. some.. Xnsfances^ exceed
their membership in ,194* The
apathy that has hit other parts erf
this country is not .present-' here.
The growth in Zirymt membership
shows that more- .and -more people
are being, alerted to'the-problems
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, the
quie.t soft-spoken Canadian who,
during the last year has headed
the United Nations Truce Super-
vision Organization in Palestine,
has been reappointed to that post
for another year.
Secretary General Dag Ham-
marskjold, who is in Geneva, had
the announcement f the reaprfr:.-
point merit issued here. In a IpU,
ter to Gen. Burns, the Secretary
General wrote: "I have deeply
, appreciated the efforts which you
have made during the past year
to maintain and to strengthen 'the '~A
work of the Truce Supervision"
Organization. I extend to you my
best wishes in your further^ef-
forts and I assure you of my eo.v
tinued support in your highly re-
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was infuriated by Eisenhower's proposal to the Russians at Geneva for
mutual aerial photography. Knowland. a powerful Republican leader,
admitted thai neither he nor other party forces had been approached
by the President to discuss their views on this matter before he left
for the summit. But it is common knowledge that the Democrats
were invited for long pre-Geneva huddles.
The Dunn-Yates contract, a scandal hushed by the general press,
had the President's firm support until a few weeks ago; how he
ardently opposes it, aligning himself with those "pink New Dealers."
The President's pal. Air Force Secretary Talbott, is in hot water
for favoring, a firm with government contracts, from which he drew
a pithy $65,000 annually during the last two years; the President "in-
structed'' his advisors Monday, upon his return from Geneva, that he
wants to be fully informed on the current Senate investigation into
this matter.
There, in Washington,, where mink coats and deep freezes were i
once the rage, confusion now reignsand perhaps a new day therefore
rises for the Near East.
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PAGE 6
ON THE
nwunionowm
U.S. is 'Al Capone Gangster'--Dr. Fawzi
TREASURY OF PHILOSOPHY. Edited by D**** *" ,28
do New York: Philosophical Library. 1955. $15.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
this HEAVYWEIGHT volume is a coUectiou ol philosophical
ings. ranging generally from the 8th Century BT ... the pn
including Astern think,.- as well as the betteivknown Western
pUlota7 Represented among the nearly 400 entries are them, or
Hebrew scholars, the Greeks and Roman, severalol the Chtistian
theologians, and of course the brightest stars from the wide galaxj ol
SSSSSS beginning .1 the Renaissance and continuing to our turn
A number of lesser lights, little known and almost forgotten, also DM
their wav into the book. __
One" would think the book would overwhelm by sheer ate alone,
surely it must have been an arduous task to comp.le. Yet I find praise
coming hard to w per. Perhaps I would have preferred a more judi-
, ous editing, reprinting at greater length and with sounder selection
-ic concepts for which each man is known Such a system wouw
ubtedly be at the expense ol the many little men Included, and
i uld be a small price to pa) As ;t is. the choice ol excerpts does
.. ,-m often random, and nearly always, scanty.
Bul ] Dave n >ific objections For a man who set mmseii
. b, Dr Kiine- has made some surprising omissions
,,.,, is Mat I. whose "Hellenism and Hi
iss c in cultural observation? His frii
W hj not I rich 11
the
this.
Mahmoud IMri, Egypfi \"T
.,- and onetime chic.
to the IN. decided, be
turning I "m BU
participation in the San Francisco
meetings, to visit oM *J
his headquarters and to tell
newsmen all about the new a
den and marvels that are
Ing accomplished in the land ol
Revolutionarj Council, in
a smiling and exuberating
Fawzi excelled Foi more than
half hour he heaped praise and
I upon the N.is-er (,o\ern-
ment which, he said, was com-
memorating its third anniversary
on July 23
Fawtl -poke about land reform
How the Government was
,,.,, |ng the poor from the dom-
ination of the too rich, some "I
whom had owned complete vil-
lages about tree cooperative
systems and the building of high
dams He then spoke ol Egypt's
i xcellent relations with Contii
i hina and ol his country's
sire to live m true c imradship
with all p< ace loving nations
it vi.is this latter statement of
his that prompted me to speak
U), ,,, pawzi the unanimous-
I, approved San Praneieco I
lanUon called UPOfl all nations
to live in pence and amity with
then neighbors. Might I ask if
this applies equally to Egypt
relationship with he* neighbor
Israel"'
And what was Kawzis reply?
\\r do not recognize the State
,,1 Mael A little later. I asked
again: "Dr Fa** fan you tell iis
Whether Eg) pt recognizes the
59th IN member State to the ex-
tent that the I'nited Nations has
recognized Israel?
"My answer to that is in the
negative." Fawzi somewhat
sheepishly replied.
With this blunt afUWer con-
stituting a flagrant disregard on
the part of : I the UN it-
sell Egypt's Foreign Minister
nave himself away For up until
|| \i b leadtri have been
clamofii VH resolutions
We will not make peace with
i ,t ,i." they have constant!)
cried, "until the Israelis accept
the UN resolution- (,n
the borders and the inu
alization of Jerusalem"
Fawzi lets the cat out of tktl
and reveals that the-e Anal
mantis meant nothing, thai
Arab States never had ami
tent ions of accepting Israel,
resolutions or no re,.,|u,l011J
Fawzi's belligerency J
only confined lo Israel. Hn
cd contempt for the Unitedj
in a manner that pi^ed
Soviet Union on a much
moral pedestal. He cumpanjl
U.S. to "an Al ( a pone gaM
getting "protection for
and smaller nations" through]
various regional agreen
obvious p r o-Soviet mla
only pointed to soroeuuifj
column has stated on "pr
casions. namely. The EaS
soon to be in full control j
Suezhave made a
cow. a s, eentejjL,
our State Depan
I.isonhowerlike tin
placed its head deep- a!
Imrni..g sands "

Sublime." how in the world c
bit ol Tradition and tl I
nition of Culture" are worthy.
r>r. i to include sum- critics, wl re

BUT UNFORGIVABLE m such an antholo i ii the absence ol
d, particularly when Jung and Adler are allowed in
ribe i ilnst Fi
which came out last year
. n ai Dr Runes quotes his high school sweetheart
i thai a man who believes that "some muddle headed Vien
n which is a gold mine to the sexliti
llj be expected lo include said doctor in his l 257
- ;- indeed the reason, il is a shameful one
ilers ol this up. ol book to be trustworth) and not
lid i" intrude and dictate selecti
Xhi lered alphabetically, which seem- to me the
i\ iabli waj ol ordering the volume Had the order been chrono-
r instance, the reader would have been able to see what dtf-
as wen b i iborated al the same time over the world.
- well as follow their development throough the year Even if they
ountry, the format would have been more reasonable.
etical index can always be added for the reader who wants
lool UP 8 specific writer.
The biographical sketches for each philosopher are concise and
The book is practically a philosophical library in minutiae.
' en with its drawback- Undoubtedly it is worth having, not so much
r reference value as for pure collection a glimpse of a writer's style.
his life, and something ol what concerned him.
SAM MM III
Court Reverses its Stand on Valuables
rhe U.S. Court of 1 lls here.
.ii in it -
nt judicial tribui
- municipalities not liable with
wiry, silverware and
metal objects such as gold watches that
compulsorily delivered to municipal pawn-
ips bj the Jewish owners during the Nazi era
German Jews were forced to surrender "all ob-
jects in their possession made of gold, paltinum.
silver, precious stones or pearls" within a two-week
period after promulgation of a Nazi "law" in Feb
ruary, 1939. in the pogrom atmosphere following
the burning of Germany's synagogues Among the
treasures and family heirlooms that poured into
the coffers of the Nazi pawnshops were ritual ob-
jects Sabbath candlesticks. Hanukah lamps. Kid
dush cups. Havdalah spice boxesby the tens of
thousands. The Jewish owners received an absurdly
small amount that was. moreover, often paid into a
"blocked account."
Today the municipalities claim that they should
net be held responsible because their pawnshops
wen then acting as "agents of the Reich." That
LEOXVl'TTEMiMAX
Pessimism Seems Unfair l<
Humanity, Benny Tells 0

Jack Benny WM being honored by the Beverly Hills Pol*|
pertinent when an ofticer exclaimed "What a dull week
burglaries, no murders, no fights, not even any traffic violatia
tin- keeps up. they'll l>e laying BOflM of us off."
Don't lie such a pessimist." Jack told the officer 'SomdH
bound to happen I've still got faith in human natut.

Of orators Kddie Cantor said: "What they lack in depth ihejj
you in length."

The lawyer was explaining the case to the jurors among
was Georgia Jessel Indicating the dazzling blonde defendant!
attorney said: "This young lady is suing a gentleman for
because he stole a kiss You are to decide how much she
awarded. Any questions?"
Jessel raised his hand and asked: "How can we decide the'
of her kisses without a sample?"

Comic Sam Levenson is a short man but does nol brood
this fact At a dinner be attended recently he found himself -ur
by an unusual number of tall actors. "Don't you feel rather a]
among all these hig men" somebody asked him
N' I do," Levenaon answered promptly "1 feel lilt I]
among lot Of pennies '

Harpo Marx sums up politics as "the art of looking for
finding II everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and apply ing tbel
contention was r jected bj the Court ol Restitution remedii
\i 11 ils in a 1950 test sun brought by Mrs Rose
Mosckowitz, who had received a total ol 13 from Talking about a famous Bollywood producer who tuual
Iver hit film in years, Hen Bechl commented: "He can cdmpres* del
words Into the smallest ideas of any man I ever met "

' He who laughs last." comments Jerry Lewis, "usually has a I
tooth out."
George Jessel
. any samples?
Sabbath candlesticks and 11\ silver bowls
The Court found the City ol Nuremberg liable
for damages plus interest under both the Restitution
i.aw and the German Civil Code German pawn
shops were an integral and indivisible part of the
city administration, it noted, and the actions of the
pawn agency officials are therefore properly charge
able to the municipality.
Although this decision was handed down with
binding force five years ago, by the tribunal of last
resort, the German courts simply refused to follow
it.
Instead, the German cities principally affected
banded together and hired a battery of legal talent.
Their obstinacy was rewarded some weeks ago: The
U.S. Court of Restitution Appeals, as one of its last
decisions before terminating its operations as an
independent all American tribunal, repudiated its
own 1950 findings.
ttORMS VtfOMfl _
MM HI If LEWES
Akaba Proves State Department Fears
Israel's determination to keep the port of Eilath
in the Gulf of Akaba open to the shipping of the
world is in keeping with the fundamental prin-
ciple of the Freedom of the Seas. Yet, such is the
abiding cynicism in the Middle East today, that
re t a single maritime power has come to the sup-
p rt of the Jewish State in its resolve, even by giv-
it encouragement. In fact, some of them have
<:> pressed their displeasure at the warning sounded
ir Tel Aviv that force would be used to break any
attempt at an Egyptian blockade in a round about
fashion; they do not dare to attack it openly.
Some of the Arab-fearing officials of the State
Department in Washington have the temerity to
suggest that it is some kind of a stunt; according
t' the New York Times, they have expressed the
opinion that it "might be motivated by the impend-
when they were obviously asked whether the I'nited
States was in favor of stopping the free passage of
the Gulf of Akaba, these same officials hastened to
say: Oh no. the I'nited States did not recognize
Egyptian claims to the rights of an active belliger
ent, which would entitle her to sei/e ahlpa bound for
Israel through the Straits of Akaba. the Suez Canal
ask. why these officials
necessary to maki
an election stunt.
Late Czech President's
Posthumous Views Told
The fight which Vladimir Soloviev, leading Russian pW
conducted on behalf of the Jewish religion during the Czar*
is revealed in "The Spirit of Russia." a two-volume study by
Masaryk. late President of democratic Czechoslovakia The study,
ten by the scholar-statesman years before Caechoslovaku was
by the Nazis and Communism, has now been published in this
by Macmillan.
It discloses that upon his deathbed. Soloviev begged his
to keep him awake so that he could pray for the Jews To tfc*
Philosopher, the Jewish problem was a Christian problem ,.
tamed that it was not the Jews, but the Christians, who cre*w*i
cult of the golden calf. He argued that true Jewish principle* I
1 hristumty. and that true Christian principles lead to JudiJH
advocated a union of churches in which the Jews should UM
pUce. i '
He considered Russian Jews the best section of world Je*J
hey have maintained their religious principles in "&<"'*'
the Jews m the Western European countries The son _
or by any other route. If that was so. then onV.night suicn.!^,'811 W* Was a *<*" Moscow University, tf
ask. whv these nffi.-i:.u *;,!-----1 ,L_. & : aP
considered that it
necessary to make those remarks about it all beint
an i>luMi>>n aunt "
At least it must be said that neither the French
!,v~ ,e !r,tKshcKhavc been imputinu,terior :
tives to Moshe Shafts .announcement that if
any
attempt were made to close the port of Eilath by
force, "Israel would not hesitate to use force to
jH-eak the blockade, since free passage is our right"
no/a as the greatest philosopher the world eV^H
He "had a large fellowship among those in Russia who snW"3
theory of a (ree theocracy." And one of his basic in,*re7,,73
interest in the Jewish question, which he considered orff w
momentous among the complex of Russian problems X
The importance of this question for Russia depended
2?. ^*.i**1 ,hal th^ were about 8.000.000 Jews in W
equal to th total population of Belgium. As early as If*
at i>c Petersburg University, he discussed the universal aiw '
significance of Judaism. Later, he frequently lectured on ^
"on in Moscow.


IY, JULY 29. 1955
-Jewisti thrkUawi
motion is Basic Ingredient
Of Captivating Summer Meals
d well with the spice of Department in its famous model
jtion. even the most famil-
jientM of a summer meal can
new and unexpected glam-
.1 when you base your meal-
ilanning on such tried and
Rmpters as IVfanischewitz Bor-
kosher test kitchen and have been
tested by the Manischewitz
Panel, a permanent consumer
group which passes on all Mani-
schewitz receipts and products to
;isvure their universal taste u
i,I Gefllte Fish, you re off to peal. Additional menus and recipes
head start in glamorizing may be obtained by writing to
rm weather menu. j Manischewitz, Box 288, Jersey Citv
when you serve -them N. J.
It from the jar, these two
'l.ivontcs have a captivating
that adds inviting refresh-
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Fish, for example, is high
Lntial proteins, yet contains
pit the calories found in can-
Imon or tunaan assurance
good eating. And with just
|ra touch of ingenuity, a
of imagination that is the
Ingredient in the creation of
Inviting dishes, you can
rm both the fish and the
into glamorous four-star
on your menu.
a special tang to its re-
ly natural flavor, Mani-
Borscht, made exclusively
risp. tender garden-fresh
nay be mixed with butter-
ad minced chives or with
it may be dressed up in
other ways to serve as a
to summer meals or as a
bew party beverage.
as a welcome change of
om the usual serving of
gefilte fish, your family
ve a "Meal-in-a-Pastry"
ewitz Gefilte Fish in pas-
t.s). as well as a salad or
made with Manischewitz
Like the other varieties
rhewitz Gefilte Fish, these
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about 40 to the one-
r) are made by Manische-
[an exclusive old-time fam-
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Add yogurt and stir thoroughly.
Chill and serve in tall glasses.

FISHLET CASSEROLE
1 tablespoons butter
Vi cup diced celery
Vfe cup diced onion
3 cups cooked rice
1 pint jar Manischewitz FishleLs,
drained
xh cup Fishlet juice
1 can condensed cream of mush-
room soup
1 cup cooked mixed vegetables
Saute celery and onion in the
butter until tender. Add rice. Mix
mushroom soup and fishlet juice.
Combine with rice mixture. Place
half this mixture in bottom of a
greased 2-qt. baking dish. Over this
place the Fishlets and mixed vege-
tables. Top with balance of rice
mixture. Bake in a hot oven (400
F.) for 20 minutes.
Serves 4 to 5.

BORSCHT SHAKE
FISHLETS MAIN DISH SALAD
Tam Tarn Crackers
Watermelon
Butter
Coffee

BORSCHT SHAKE
1 jar Manischewitz Borscht
chilled
'< cup heavy sour cream
Strain the borscht. Add cream
and whip thoroughly with an egg
beater, electric mixer or blender.
Serve in tall, chilled glasses.
"
FISHLETS MAIN DISH SALAD
1 pint jar Manischewitz Fishlets,
drained
2 tablespoons Fishlet Juice
'-j cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon Manischewitz white
pepper
1 cup diced celery
1 cup cooked peas
2 cups cooked rice
Mix mayonnaise, Fishlet juice
and seasonings. Add remaining in-
; gredients and toss gently. Serve on
crisp lettuce.
Serves 4 to 6.
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or combine in a blender at high
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1 lb. jar Manischewitz Gefilte
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* cup cooked mixed vegetables
2 tablespoons butter, melted
1 recipe standard pastry
Drain fish. Combine vegetables
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thick. Cut into four 7-inch squares.
Place one piece of gefilte fish
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center. Place 3 tablespoons of veg-
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try over to form a triangle. Press
edges together with a fork.
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FRIDAY, JULY
PAGE 8
Schwartz
H^^v^^or IJecemlw
Bpsilon Phi social sorority.
1
D"........': **IJSS53=b*i mb. r
llOUtH'e
e room of the Algiers hold. '""_______
;" "ii v medcaf honors ety. Beta
son Ml -'k %,' Set. Beta biology honor. ,
SW 25th ave.Mi.mt WUuje ^ imMaled
;iiul
t.i her
for a
azadc room
The regal theme dominated the celebration as Mrs. Sam Ro
Mrs. Louis Heiman played ladies in waiting and hosteases
Majesty, Queen Bea the First.
;iH 0i whom wore coronets, Included ner
_ and the Mesdame! Jerry Blank Jack
"er Gerald Lewis, Sam Friendland, Sidney L.fcourt.
Joe Stein and Herman Jacobs.
ated bj Royal I rlain oi P Harry Katx.
Ei ,! lined at a delightful buffet supi
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jay Koch, ii t< is Ml
Mrs. Lewis Palay. Ir. Mrs. K Roberta
and Dick pnur to their leaving the Miai
lh< \ will take up ri
The Queen's cortege,
daughter Mrs. Stanley Frehling
Miller, Louis Class
William Singer, Joseph Lipton,
A lovely birthdaj cake topped by
*
\
I
, Univ^ity ,v trnterni.y. Nu Kappa Tau.
,he n\ degree In she also played m the I niver.
sit, oi Miami Symphony orches-
Ihe i- present junior at
Woman's Medical College of Penn-
sylvania In Philndnlpbii
Mr Shear )< I graduate of Mi
ami Senior High, where he *
, the debating team and
.. ,., pre* i, nl oi \Zh Junior or-
,,, | ,., r,, ,, B'rlth Be attended
Miami, where he
idenl "f Alpha I p
silon pi social fraternity, a i
., phi i. Si] ma, freshman
men- scholastic honorarj frater-
Mpha Sigma Upailon, inter-
honorary, Omicron Delta
tional leader-hip
,rj fraternity, and was also.
member oi the vanity debating
team
He received in- AB degree cum
laude .'"'I eonttoutd at the L'ni-
I oi Miami School of Law.
al-o graduating cum laude. While
in law school, he was a member of
Mont Court and was Leading Ar-
Mn. Jerome Schulman
Mill Carol Schworti
Miss Liebow Kya
Sept. 4 Ceremonj;
What did the pre -ulent of |
ver-ity of Miami- pn
ciation s.y to the vice prt<4
He proposed.
President is Btanton Bail1
president is Carol Adi
Dave Teitel, i irmerlj of Miami, is new with Uncle Sam's B
oi Internal Revenue in Augusta, Ga. He and Mrs. Teitel, oi Maxwell
House. Augusta, joyfullj revealed the news oi the arrival oi their son.
Martin Lee, July "> Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Jonas, 248 S\V 48th a\e and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Teitel, "I Miami and
New York. .
i
St Louis residents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Appelbaom are on vaca- ,,.....
tion here lor three week- I etinu them are her parent-, the Paul Mill- (i< )|(|sK'l II. >fllll IllKUl j editor of the Miami Law Quarterly; ^^ lQ ^^ sh,n. ^
stones, of 923 SW 4th st. With the Applebaums is Miss Alice Friedman' ., .. \i- ni: and wa- also president of Nui Beta nouncing the engagemft
also oi St. Louis, and the Mill-tone- niece. I<> ttCMUC '' Ml" -.Ion. legal fraternity. He is fathcr ^ the ,a(c ,,r Ufbo,-
,> M'- .'a.H' i.d(l-tein lueame the now a practisinK attorney She is a pre-dental st
Dr. Maurice Kovn*. of 4326 Port ave Is leaving with Mrs. Kovn., bride oi Jerome Schulmftn in I The couple plan to be married in tne umversit>,
for Europe and Israel on July 29. The Doctor- -tay m Israel wont he P-m. ceremonies Julj .t at the Lin-
coln Manor
tide, editor and Developments bow whose mtAhfr Mrs
December.
bly in Haifa.
But the I-l>- de France trip aero-- the Atlantic should prove to he
some rest for him prior to that time. Seeing the Kovnat- off in New
York will be their three children, Samuel, Mimi and Danny.
all pleasure, he write- happily. A- a member of the American Physi
dans Committee of the Israel Medical Association, Dr. Kovnat is sched- Newlywed Mr- Schulman u the
Uled to deliver a paper on the -Relationship of the Upper Respiratory daughter ol Mr- Don Goldstein,
Tract to Lung Disease" before the association's Third World Assem- 1618 Michigan ave., Miami Beach.'
and the late Robert Goldstein. The
groom', parents are the Loull
Schulman-. 410 SW 10th ive Mi
ami
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at
Samuel i- doing graduate work in mathematics at the University ( n ,. candlelight ceremony, with
oi Miami, and Mimi is a recent graduate of Vanderbilt. Young Danny Qantor Maurice Mamches render-!
is a student at Miami Beach High. ,ng the musical portion- of the I
> liturgy.
On the first lef Of their vacation scheduled to take in California. Phyli- Goldstein, no relation to'
New York State and Southern Canada are Cantor and Mrs. Philip Brum- the bride and a close friend, was
mer. Cantor Brummer performs the liturgy at Miami Beach's Temple maid oi honor The bride's cousin
Emanu-EI. Mr- Brummer tells us that while in California they will from New York I ity. Mrs. Charles
visit with Liberace and inspect the latest methods of filming the cur- Goldberg, was matron of honor.
rent Liberace TV series in conjunction with the movie. "Sincerely." Simla Mae Harris was flower girl
Belt man for the groom was
Irving Weinstein, with Morton
Levin and Prank Greenberg acting
a- usher..
The bride i- a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and attend-
ed the University Ol Honda, where
-he received the AA degree and
was treasurer and secretary of
Hillel.
Mr Schulman graduated from
The Brummer- al.0 are scheduled to visit with Morris Swift, for-
mer Judge of the Jewish Law Courts of the British Commonwealth and
older brother of recent Miami Beach visitor Chief Rabbi Harris Swift
of Natal. South Africa.
In New York, time will he -pent with close friends, and Southern
Canada will include a visit with family in Ontario. The Brummcrs plan
to be back in Miami Beach at the end of August. .
of the pre-dental a--ociatwj
is active in the university'!
Club and a member oi Hillel
Her fiance Is the son of Mr]
Mrs. Jacob Bass. 1293 NE 10i(
North Miami Beach 11. ani
Temple University ami in
at the University of Miam.
he also is a pre-dental -tude
is a member of Hillel
The wedding will take
the Fontainebleau hotel oa'
4. After a honeymoon in th(
bean, the couple will mat*.
home in Miami Beach
.
Miss Carol liebow
Beating the heat at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. N.C., are
Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Shapiro, Mrs. Sydney Cans, Mr. and
Mrs Mom- Ka-din. Mrs Ray La-sman. Mrs I) Kaler, Mr. and Mrs Kred Miami High School and attended
Meyer and sons Johnny. Elic and Tony. Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Nesler the University of Miami,
and daughter Barbara, Mrs. M. Bresslau and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kot- Among out-of-town guests at the
kin. .
ceremony afid a dinner following the engagement of their daugh-
were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome II;.am-, tor Rae Klaine. to Nat A War-
cousins from Great Neck. L.I.; Mrs.! shaw. of Miami Beach.
Its a hotelmans holiday for George Sax, owner of the Saxony Milly Hyams. the brides aunt, of) He is son of Mrs Mollye B War-
hotel. He and his wife. Rhoda, drove from Chicago to Colorado Springs New York City; Miss Shirley For! shaw 760 Lenox ave and Maurice
and a vacation at the Broadmoor hotel there. Reason for the Chicago'man. New York; and Mr. and Mrs. Wars'haw of Miami Beach
jaunt was strictly business Mr. Sax is chairman of the board of the Irving Brant, Great Neck
Exchange National Bank. .
A short cruise through the Caribbean started last Wednesday for
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, who set sail on the SS Evangaline
The Rosenthals were to visit Port au-Prince, Ciud.d Truiillo Kingston
and Port Antonio.
With them are Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper and their daughter. Nancy
They plan to return on the 30th. .
the
Mr. Jerome Hyams gave
bride in marriage.
Following a week's vacation at
the Fontainebleau hotel and a trip
to New York City in August, the Highland Park Junior College" and
couple will reside at 1040 SW 6th attended Michigan State
St.. Miami.
What's in ii Nami
For Miss Kiiikelsfl
A 3-Letter Change]
For her new name. Li
Finkelstine will only have
arrange three letter- she
the bride of Lt Herbert
Fmkelstein Sunday at the
hotel. Miami Beach
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan pe*
the afternoon ceremony.
The bride was given mri
by her mother. Mr- ShirlV
stine. 1555 Penns>Kania -
She wore gown ol emu
tulle over ice blue taifett
matching bonnet and *a
length veiL U <''*
peace roas and 1
prayerbook.
Mrs. Norman FinkeMetfr
in-law of the bridegroom.
The couple plans to be married tron of honor. Her P"WB
Aug. 22 in Detroit. After a wed- mauve faille, and she cai
carnations.
Lt. Flnkelstein Is 'be son'
and Mrs. Moe Finkelsteftj
SW 16th st. His brother.
was best man .nd wcluw.1
' After wedding trip
Davis, Warshaw
Troth Revealed
Rev
Mount
and Mr-
Clemen-.
Meyer Davis, of
Mich., announce
ding trip to the West coast, they
will live in Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
m
Off on a grand tour of Europe is Mrs. Murial Hirsch Pick, of Pal,,,
Island. Happy news from business affairs in Palm Beach elicited the
information that she expect- to bring back many new European hat
I red* lOfiS,
Back in their home in Richmond. Va.. are Dr. and Mrs Robert
Sahgman and -on. Barry. They were In Miami visiting Mrs. Saligman-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. R.iss, of (oral Gable.
Miami .n-urance man Joseph Weintraub will make hi- -jx,h Euro-
pean tour in August. By, proud of the [ad that he travel- !, h, v
n^'sh^a^^
The August tour may prove different this time, however Addin.
her baggage to the apparel ,s Mr.. W.intr.ub. Tfie couple wUI cobl\
Urd:he'r J,h ^tendance at the International Marine on
ence Sept. 12 in Moate Carlo. The Weintraubs attended the r ast
similar meeting in Spain two years ago. uea mc.r last
College.
Her fiance attended Thomasville
in Norman Park. Ga.. and Illinois' live at Ramey Air j",,r"
Tech He was graduated from De' Puerto Rico, where the t
Forest Training School i i^tationed
Map Plans for Joint
Zionist District Installation
At | recent meeting of the board
Of the Coral Gables Zionist Dis-'
tnct. plan- w,re formulated for ft]
point installation dinner of both!
the Miami and t oral Cables Dis-, Rates .re
trie!- on Sunday, (let 16. at the'Roth.
Biscayne Terrace hotel
pointmenta. fund rnipng
men. Mrs. Levick and Sol
ted by Bob Ray mer.
Ison. Harry Shanus
ing Sperling.
Zionist Youth C mm*
Jerome Taft and J
Mitt ffe tlmimt Davit
Serving on the committee of the I m. iu
(oral Gables District are Jerome OsCCf WMll l<"5 **
Robinson, chairman, assisted by Th-y were di.scuMng
Manu. I Barkin. Mr- Morns Simon. I,trty given in the hotaf
Sol Sander- AU llurev.tz. Wilbur ^ f o( lhe
iFriedaon. Dr Richard Finchel Mrs c,r Lev*"*- 0ne ol
Pauline Levick and Morris Simon Hills physicians popped #
For the Miami District are Sey-
mourLiebman. Arthur Perkelner.
Abe Kasow. Al Quadow, M Meyer
Irving Saal and Hy Sootin.
Max Friedson. president of the
I'stnct. amde the following ap- he is going.
at Oscar: "What is tbe
between amnesia and
LOOgsJI anawered: Th*
with imncaia doesn't *


Y. JULY 29, 1955
JmHtn^kM^i
PAGE 9
to&*
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f
am.
ling with pride in their project, the
iy of Brandeis University, durinq tha
H annual conference of the National
ken's. Committee of Brandeis University
khree local delegates seen with mem-
bers of the faculty: Emanuel GUbert, direc-
tor of public relations, Mrs. Samuel Ober-
stein, Dean Clarence Q. Bergar. Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter, and Mrs. Sara Holland.
Human Relations
Chair at Brandeis
WALTHAM, Mass. Establish-
ment of ,a Chair in Human Reh-
tions at Brandeis University in
memory of the late Atlanta com-
munal leader I. M. Weinstcin was
announced this week by University
officials.
Made possible by a grant to the
university by A. J. Weinberg and,
.Joseph Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., the'
I. M. Wcinstein Chair in Human
Relations will enable Brandei- kol
bring additional faculty in the
human relations field to its School
of Humanities
Both Weinberg and Jacobs are'
associated with the National Linen
Service Of Atlanta, of which the >
late Mr. Wettaatein w.is the found-1
er.
The Weinstcin Chair in Hu-J
man Relations is a fitting memor-'
lal to the late.I. M. Weinstcin who
for many yean has been a beloved
figure in communal and philan-
thropic activities in Atlanta," Dr.
Sachar, president of Brandeis im
versify declared. "This new Chair
will enable the University to stimu-
late objective research and In-
struction in a most important area
Now entering upon its eight I
academic year, Brandeis Univer-
sity has a student body of 900
undergraduates attending the Col-
Jege of Arts and Sciences and 100
graduates studying for advance I
degrees at the Graduate School o(
Arts and Sciences.
Brandeis faculty members who
will be most closely associated
with the occupant of the Wcin-
stein (hair include Dr. Max Lern-
er, political scientist; Dr. Simon
Rawidowicz, Near East authori'v
I)r Svend Laursen, economist; Dr.
Herbert Marcuse. political oi tis,; and Dr. Frank Manuel, his-
torian.
ihwin Concert
Here Sunday;
roma Slated
I Marls Sanroma will return
perform in the popular
|Gershwin memorial Sunday
July 31, at the Miami
kuditorium.
|ll appear with the Univer-
liami Summer Symphony
f.i under the baton of John
the seventh pop concert
1955 season.
la h;is been soloist in
prshwin memorials during
several years, and if for-
kons are any indication of
the Beach Auditorium
again have the SRO sign
lay evening.
pal works will of course
twin's Concerto in F major
o and Orchestra and the
\y in Blue.
works scheduled are the
to Girl Crazy" and an
pti in Paris.
rt manager Mrs. Marie
Wednesday reported all re-
tats sold out. "Only un-
seats are now available
Gershwin concert," she
;ire supposed to he "tern-
Hal. and in the best
hey are. In the sense of
Irritable, difficult, unrea-
or moody, however, San-
ir all his Latin blood and
}us musical gifts is distinct-
emperamental. He is a roan
sensibilities, and a sen-
^an. but it seems that in
of stress he takes refuge
rather than in hysterics.
d. as one must, that the
Is not always the most
Dne mut admit that an ar-
can smile in a catastro-
Imcnt Ts a joy to know and
fith. There's iron in his
well as fire.
na is full of contradictions.
Mrs. Sam Blank (center) gives royal approval to the birthday
cake arranged by her ladies in waiting, Mrs. Louis Heiman
(left) and Mrs. Sam Rost. at a birthday party in her honor in
the Algiers hotel's Scheherazade room.
He plays with equal distinction
the delicacies of the earliest clas-
sic masters, and the bombastic
thundering*, the acrid dissonances
of the moderns; he can- be roman-
tic with Mendelssohn and Mac-
Dowel!, ironic with Stravinsky,
hard and flippant with Gershwin,
impressionistic with Debussy.
He knows well enough "la vie
bobeme," yet is deeply religious
in a completely unostentatious
way. His wife, Mercedes, and their
daughters are the objects of a de-
votion not frequently observed in
CANTOR and TEACHER
Tprah-Reader, professional, expert,
oread, licensed, certified, middle-aged.
seakt ysarly position or HiqH Holy
Days only. Writa: K. S. BOX 2973.
MIAMI 18.
POSITION AVAILABLE
Youth Activities Supervisor
WITH ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY
AGENCY. Calltfa t*fl ret retired.
plat cxpariaacs in racratrHcfMl
warfc with children ar teen-agers.
Far farther information retarding
forms of inplsysst, write: A. B.,
lai 2*73, Miami It. State details
af asVacatl aat) ocperieace.
artists generally and musicians
particularly.
One often wonders at the mighty
flow of sonorities that come into
being under Sanroma's hands.
iHeft
Control!
5 Yew
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Includes Studio Rtul.il.t
U nh Every Candid Wedding
Album oi No Extra Cost
JE 1-J37S
404 llth St. Miami Baach
Astaire, Hayworth Star
North Shore Club of Young
Adults will meet Tuesday evening,
Aug. 2, at North Shore Jewish
Center. Featured will be the film,
"You Were Never Lovelier," star-
ring Fred Astaire and Rita Hay-
worth.
Barbecue Scheduled Saturday
Women's Group of Flagler-Gra-
nada Jewish Community Center is
planning a barbecue Saturday eve-
ning at Crandon Park. Co-chair-
men are Mrs. Samuel Siegal and
Mrs. Bernard Landers.
Cohen Double
Unveiling
I .-. a monui
m memory of
SAM anil El 1A COHEN
formerly of
1289 8.W. 19th Terrace
mil take place
Si NOA1 flfl v 31. at 2.30 p.m.
ar Mi NlM Cfmf.tPry
u'ufi Rabbi Simon April
ulficiatinx
Mr. and Mr- Cohen are lurvi -
ed hy two daughters, Mrs' In-
Blumbcrg. of Miami, and Mr-
Sarah GortS, of Pawaic, New
lefsty; two Mm-. Ben, of Miami,
and Mat, of Key West; abo
four grandchildren and two
great c'^nJchildren.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
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yyi*trhrk&*!L^
njIDAY. JULY 23.1
Giffen Industries
Storm Shutters
Guarantee Safety
when hurricanes hit they hit
hard. And there isnl much tune,
either, between the initial alert
and the onaei of the storm to give
your office building, factory, or
home adequate hurricane protec-
tion.'' stated Tom Casterline, man
Of the Storm Shutter Depart
men! Of Giffen Industries. Inc.
Our entry into the storm shut-
ter business was not a haphazard
affair. True we have, and have
had for many years, the shop fa-
cilities to fabricate any metal
shutter, but our thought on the
matter was that since there were
enough good awning types on the
market no justification existed for
our getting into that phase of the
business. A strictly hurricane or
storm shutter was something else
again.
"When the opportunity present-
ed itself to obtain the franchise for
the Jones patented Slip-In Storm
Shutter, we grabbed it for we knew
that its exclusive design embody-
ing ease of handling, strength and
durability made it an item con-
sistent with the quality that has
been synonomous with the name
Giffen.
"The Giffen Storm Shutter is
not new. but its merits are so ob-
vious that more and more people
are turning to it as the ultimate in
hurricane protection. Moreover,
our Slip-In Storm Shutters have
been safe-guarding Florida build-
ing for over a quarter century
proof, if it were needed, that the
good products usually endure."
continued Casterline.
"Giffen Storm Shutters are fa-
bricated either in galvanized steel
or aluminum. The patented design
offers many important feature-
but it Ls the combination of,
strength, attractiveness and ease
of handling and storage which
make it pre-eminent in its field.
"As an example, a minimum of
space is required for the storage of
the Giffen interlocking units as
these patented panels rest com-,
pactly on a shelf or under a conn
ter in a space 16 inches wide, the
lensth. of course, beina governed
by that of the window
"Other special features of the
Giffen Slip-In Shutters are: chan-
nel header- equipped with spacer
holts to prevent spreading, bottom
locking angles which clamp MC
tions in place, center stiffener an-
gles that lock all sections through
the center and panel sections form-
ed at 60 degree angle to prevent
crawling.
"Easily attached and removed
by one person. Giffen shutters con-
form with the architecture of the
building on which they are instal
led." Casterline emphasized, "and
no hardware is evident when the>
are removed."
knew from the outset, but none-
theless we were faced with the
problem of how to place a *USiom=
builf line within the reach of all.
continued Casterline We are glad
,,, say that this problem has been
fully resolved by a carefully plan-
ned" and executed mass production
ran Now with the stocking ol
the current sizes in panels, head
,nd angles, it ha- been possible
to afreet substantial savings wnicn
savings, can be passed on to the
users "i the Giffen storm Shut-
ters, .
"It must be borne in mind tn.n
the increased production has in
no way affected either the design
or quality of our product and we
definitely have not added gad-
gets as a substitute for the strong
structural members needed in a
Storm Shutter.
Today," concluded Casterline.
"Giffen is in the position of be-
ing able to furnish a rapid effici-
ent service and at prices which w
know are among the lowest in the
industry. There is an old adage
which says 'the proof of the pud-
ding is in the eating' and the only
way to confirm our statements is
to afford us the opportunity of
making a quotation."
Storm Shutter Department >f
Giffen Industries is at 4012 Aurora
st., Coral Gables.
Roof Leak?
Call Victor Conn
\M m npmiw it *r #-

#
9-5274
Acme Roofing Co.
"\V hen necessary. theatn -.
stores and office buildings are pro- j
vided with special size shutter ac-
cess doors, permitting normal bus-1
inesa operation until the storm be-i
comes imminent.
"That we had a good product we
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LY, JULY 29. 1955
+Jeistnork*an
Dr. Williams to be
Feted on Return
From Near East
vice
'Y
Jt
r. N. franklin Willimms
ieitlin to Report
o\ Israel
lenrj Scitlin, pioneer civic
In lh Greater Mimi Jew-
liiiurTitj and one of the or-|
r Women local
rf|"~>a Pioneer Women.!
jaUiering in BethJ
egation, 935 Euclid1
unk'.-llfiach. Sunday eve-
1^1, fin the recent trip
MBiw'im made to Israel.
B"m inspected Pioneer
pn... *. in Israel and
I Hapoalot nur>-
ns, Irade schools.
and adult educa-
ing her tour.
nt/ is chairman.
Dr. II. Franklin Williams,
president of the University of Mi-
ami, and his wife will return from
a tour of the Middle East where
they visited eight countries to-
gether with other American edu-
cators, newsmen and religious and
civic leaders.
Dr. and Mrs. Williams joined 22 '
prominent men and women from
nearly a score of American cities
studying social and economic con-
ditions in Egypt, Lebanon, Syria,
Jordan, Israel, Turkey, Greece and
Italy. They left the United States)
on June 17 and are due to return
to the Miami area Aug. 1.
According to Mrs. L. J. McCaf-
frey, the study tour was sponsor-
ed by the American Christian-Pal-
estine Cbmjnitfe*. Dr. Williams
and Mrs.- Mc( afire* rp co^hair
men of the Greater Miami Chapter.
-it>
nit] orarrftf
or the returnin
tion on TfHfrsdly>*enlhi;> AiR. 4.'scheduled Its mid-sum::;
at San Sebastian residence hall,:----------------
PAG]
Beach Lodge Luncheon
Miami Beach Councilman Harold
Shapiro will discuss "IsraelOld
and New" at a meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Tuesday
noon. Aug. 2, in the DiLido hotel.
Michael Sossin will preside.
S.- or Phone Mo
NAT GANS
Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9981
Lift INSURANCE NttDS
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
3200 S.W. 3rd ovt.-"at 5 Points'
BULLS EYE Robert Baum, instructor in archery at the Lear
School Day Camp, tallies up the points scored by James
Samurim and Lois Ross after their match qame in the age old
sport which is one oi the most popular activities at the camp.
University afjjryils and cuinmu-
Lear School Camp
, Schedules Carnival
aj-Qcep -'. l*ar School Day
C r. m p has
carnival
[o Outdoor Forum
to Atl tin Peace of Mind"
the ol a lecture Sun-
tiui u at the Spinoza Out-
prum, llth St. and Ocean
Abi ih im U'olfson, author
r and Live a 100 Years
l" will be the speaker. Lil-
prts, noted writer and
Dr Y S. Hanoka, Irving
Charles Tomarkin, Dr. J.
Libert Newman and Harry
will take part in the dis-
on'ofs should express the
lity end integrity of tfce
individual"
show you memorials
Jlity and good taste
. e have installed in the
s cemeteries in Miami
ricinity.
HURMOND
|M0NUMENT CO.
2-Stor, White Boildimo
l-W. 8th St. h. 134249
MARKERS $40.00
^li*s Cemetery Chanel
Ootn Sum4oyt
,,f th,. Cni^r/^ pre*acn,i observations in the countries of ol.i ,
of the I nlViMlty oT Miami, mem- u, Mir1(p Kast oKUi
'nir.ff,- r faC,h y JF^ST ,)r W1UMnM '- ''"-.dent of the
1.2 P ,'r n I m" nn,T' ^ n Dadc C'0Un,>' ComiDUIUty Relations
Jay parson. UM president will Cf)Unci, and formcrI heafk.(, ,
^dSL01^7Tny';-n^A^,'1 Fami|y "* Bureau and the
and has designated Dr. Goddard to Mental Health Society.
represent him a. the reception. Olnor Greater Miamians who
Mrs. McCaffrey is in charge of j have participated in similar stu-
arrangements for the evening. dies of foreign lands include Hon.
Numerous local civic and service George E. Holt, Mrs. McCaffrey
organizations have already asked' and Rev. Kdward W. Ullrich.
MIAMI'S ONt
AND ONLY
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. MONUMENT
BUILDERS
IARGI STOCK ON
HAND FOR
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I
SHYING THE JtWISH
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ERCANTILE
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for Friday morning at 10:30 a.m.
The grounds of the school at 1010
W< si avc. are being transformed
into a complete carnival atmos-
phere with a main tent, side shows
and booths'.-whece one can test
their skill and chance. '
A full program of skits, songs
and djnBgDstratgMi of-the campers
programs* will be demonstrated
wilii the featuru of the morning,
a playlet by the 6 to 8 j
group.
Over1 100 camper- pi the school
will al.so give exhibitions of arch
try, swimming and fencing, as well
as demonstrations of sailing and
water safety.
Proceeds of the days activities
will be turned over to the Chil-
dren's Variety Hospital, which ha- \
been the favorite charity of the ?
Lear School and camp for many If .
,-.... r Nasatirs
years. {
Parents and friends of the camp ?
ers have been extended an invita-
tion to join the festivities and par-
take in the program by Richard
Lear, director of the camp.
"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
Every Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 M dial)
fVltfc Various footoret
NOW "A HtmiAGt Of MUSIC"
by Re*. Sheldon Edwards
Produced one' Dirtctod by
SIMON SEIDEN
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Listen to
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Every Sunday, WMIE, 2 p.m.
and
Saturday, 11 a.m.
THIS PROGRAM IS THE FIRST AND HAS
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NEW TIME FOR
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
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MORNING
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
MONDAY
7:001
7:15l
7:30'
7:451
Today
I Teat Pattern |
I
MmniiiK Show
\\ thcr
00 I)!n Dons; School
8:15
8:30 On Tour Account
:45 Carl mil Show
Morn. Western
9:00; Clary Moore
8:15'
8:30! To Ba Announced
:45:
j Morning 8ho
Sinn On
Morning Shos
Cant. Midnight | Lamp Ttnto Ft.
Bopor <"!rcut I Look Up. Live
Garv Moor*
Arthur Oodfre*
10:00; Del Russo
10:151
10:30! Strike It Rich
10:451
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I Buffalo Bill
I
I
Tills is ||,i- Life
I
Christopher*
Strike It Rich
11:0G M.-nu Magic
11:181
11:301 Search F. T'nVrow
11:461 Guiding Light
Big Top I Wlnky Dinky f Valiant Lady
I I Ive of Life
" I Barker Bill I Search T'mor'w
' To Be Ann <-<-.! I Quldlng Light
AFTERNOON
12:00! I've Got News
14:181 Love of Life |
14:30! Welcome Traveler |
1:48|_________________| Dlsty Dean
1:00
2 O'clock High I Komlc Korner I Noon Kdltion
" Jack I'aur
Hlckokl Welcorhf Trar.
I Noon Ednioa
1:18
1:30
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I
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trunch WRh Judy i Baseball Game Uvlng
I
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Art Llnkletter
Industry Parade
xrMI Big Paypff
:18l *
4:30' Jack Coba
SKWI Jackie's Honse
:18l "
4:SO| Valiant Lady
3:4l Wecret Btorm
4:081 Al*c Gibson
4:18
4:461 ____________
6:001 Glenn 4 Mickey-
6:161 Superman
6:301
8^46l Shopper's Guide
l-'aith
Ann'ced
I
Baseball Game : Western
.Take a Trt
"___________I
I Baseball Game
DolUr
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r>lsneyland
1 To Be Ann'ced i Startlme
FTeskness
I
Menu Magic
Houseparty
Big Payoff '
slob Crosby
8*
faVcB W. Judy
I Oa T. Account
Secret Storm
Jackie's House
I Willy
[capt. Gallant
I
Face Nation
Alec Gibson
I The Lucy Shot
Gadabout
I News Picture
I VINI NG
Glenn Mickey
I H. >aCassldy
I Sheppers Guide
6K Political
6:101 Weatherman
6:161 Jack of All Sporti
6:301 Doug. Edwards
6:461 Renlck Reporting
7:00 Mama
7:15
7:60' Rig Playback
7:48' iJ?'
130
8:18
Lone Ranger | Studio 57
I
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l'la> house of Stain
8:30 Our Miss Brooks
:48'
Bmi k to School
I Weatherman
I | Jack of Sports
Jack of Sports I Private Sec | Doug Edwards
News ______I Rsnick Reports I Renlck Reports
Jackie Gleason | Toast of Town I Burns Allen
Talent Scouts
Two for Money
Fav. Husband
6:00 The Line Up
6:181
6:30' Person to Person
6:48
I Profes. Father
Randstand
Perry Como
Night Story
Mah News. Weather
Eddie Cantor
I Led S Lives
Ronald Reagan
TV Theatre
Whiting '.Hi-*
Favorite Story
Adventure S'iner
What's M. Line I
Theatre
per
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B^ Town
I Sunday News
Req. Perform.
Call the Play
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Mid. Theatre
News; Weather'
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PAGE 12
'Jenistiftor'dr&r
FRIDAY. JUlyj
'SO EFFECTIVE AND UNIQUELY'
Dulles Cites B'nai B'rith for Contributions to United Nations
WASHINGTON John Faster
Dulles, is. Secretary of State,
issued a citation to B'nai B'rith
iraisiag the order tor its efforts o
make known the principles of the
United Nations Charter, il was dis-
, (I at B'nai B'rith
lers here.
A citation was also issued to the
B'nai B'rith WCmcn by Secretary
Dulles, in the citation, he ex-
pressed special gratitude to the
American non-governmenlal or
ganizations whose representatives
contributed "so effective!) and
uniquely" to the success "t the
headquar- firsl United Nations Conference
held m San Francisco in IMS
continuing efforts
l tiit r,'Prc-
contributed W effective
|j and uni iuelj to the succa
,he ,l|st i | ited Nations Confer-
Francisco Ui 1945.
!,,,. (irtani/atu.ns .
1 nited h<4X|1 Ja|Mnii .mmficmtly over the
pasl decade to bring about cvery-
iruer understanaUng of
Ih, i ations, its operations
and it! purposes, it- limitations
(unities
B'nai B'rith is B constit
member oi the Coordinating Board
ol Jewish Organizations which
has consultal tus as a non
ental body with tlu
nomic ai il I ouncil ol
United Nations Sii i the
B'nai B'rith Women's Sup
incil ii.- h i.l seen onsen
r status with the I nited N i
The B'nai B'rith delegation i l
men and women were pres nt at
the special I N w aion held in
San Francisco last month to
brate the tenth anniversary ql the
iigning ol
( hart, l
B'nai B'l I '-' ''' '
throughout th world
I) planning a number ol i
rams to mark the obsen
i; i nited N itions Deo ni ial D
,,,, Qcl 24 On this date ten y< n
the 1 nited Nation.' I :>
went into effect B'nai B'rith has
. total :i*'"
les
I S,.
follows
ol tin- Cornim
Sevsi
v. i.sh to express n dee|

mak. I he pi the nited
Charter vil
th< itizens .'i this countrj ''
ih,' v large I
|. j precise*, this kind of de-
[ort, -hi ability to Btruf-
[Ice for peace, day
il i i and year out,
i tratea anew the re-
sources >! strength in the Amer-
ple I am confident that
. the program tri
the voluntary org
so ably expre-, n wju rf
factors in the marchtf9
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(. Aug. 7
Event will commence with a
motorcade on Sunday at 1 p.m.
..long main areas of Miami Beach.
\ social gathering will follow at
the Black-tone hotel.
other function- scheduled in
dude a games night at the home of
Miss Elise Katzman, 3122 Pinetree
dr.. Thursday evening. Aug. 4: a
breakfast, also at 3122 Pinetree dr..
n Sunday morning. Aug. 7.
In charge of information are
Miss Rita Teitel and Miss Taube
< ardo/.j
Florida Southern
Site of Workshop
By B'nai B'rith
Teacher- Workshop n Human
Relations was scheduled at Florida
Southern College. Lakeland, on
Thursday and Friday, it has been
announced by Gilbert J Balkin.
director. Florida regional office.
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
The work-hop was to be conduct
cd by Miss Priscilla J. Ro-enfeld.
educational assistant of the Flor-
ida ADL office.
Featured at liie workshop are
the demonstration of films, audio-
visual materials and other pro-
gram aids utilized by teachers in
human relations class-room pro
-ramming. Highlight of the work
-hop program will be the demon-
stration of the Florida ADL 'Dolls
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in Bonk Extends Loan
Million to Israel
i;.\\< SCO (WNS)The!
imcnca here has granted
S30.000.000 to the fcrart
nl. to be repaid within
together with jflU'rest
Bte of four percent per
foliated by Pinchas Sa-
rtor of the Israel Treas-
llc on his recent visit to
ki States, the loan is to be
[capital investment in the
certain goods. The Bank
lea in the past has made
Roans to Israel and the
Ltional Fund.
Goodman Named Chairman
Of Tel Aviv Z0A House
NEW YORK (WNS>Mortimer
May, president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, this week
announced t h e appointment of
Abraham Goodman of New York as
chairman of the ZOA House in Tel
Aviv. The ZOA House, named in
memory of the late ZOA president
Daniel Frisch, is one of the larg-
est cultural centers in Israel. Mr.
Goodman, who is chairman of the
ZOA Inner Committee, was close-
ly associated with the activities
and growth of the ZOA House
since its inception.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (.ITA) A
bill to provide the sum of $50,000
for the operation of the Dropsie
College for Hebrew and Cognete
Learning in Philadelphia for the
two fiscal years beginning July 1,
1955 has been introduced in the
Senate of Pennsylvania by State
Senator Israel Stiefel. The meas-
ure, Senate Bill No. 750, has-been
referred to the Committee on Ap-
propriations.
Crane Hatching Egg
An unusual event in zoological
circlei is taking place at Tropical
Hobhyland, local zoological garden,
in that the African Gold-Crowned
Crane has built a nest and is bus-
ily engaged in hatching a lone egg.
Ordinarily, these unusual birds do
not breed in captivity, and attend-
ants at Hobbyland are hopeful that
this time the chick will be success
fully hatched out. This should
take place in about 28 days, ac-
cording to Jay Segal, owner oi
Tropical Hobbyland.
fital Factor in
Jews, Reports Says
[YORK (WNS) The ex-
it the State of Israel is
major role in cementing
ered members of the Jew-
|. and in motivating Dias-
ry to reconsider the prob-
ewish survival, according
study just published by
Id Jewish Congress' In-
Jewish Affairs. The
khich is the fourth and
\g part of the IlA's "Sur-
Events in Jewish Life in
devoted to an analysis of
lotion and Cultural Devel-
m Jewish communities
it the world during the
Jewish Group in Edmonton
.Opposes Religion in Schools
MONTREAL (JTA) The Joint
Public Relations Committee of Ed
I monton. Alba/fa, and the local
[ community council has decided to
' present the committee's view-point
against offering religious instruc-
tion in the city's public schools, it
was announced here by the Cana-
dian Jewish Congress. The Com-
mittee, on a national scale, repre-
sents the CJC and the B'nai B'rith.
[hurch Leaders TeW
Jewish Worship
)N (WNS)A group of
I Russian churchmen de-
rre this week that the
ps in the Soviet Union are
luge numbers of worship-
abbath and holiday serv-
disclosure was made by
et clergymen when they
a delegation of British
sisting of Dr. M. Lew,
31 rabbinic court, Barnett
(resident of the Board of
if British Jews, and A.
^n, secretary of the Board.
tejects UN Move
Property in Israel
p\ JTA) The Jordan-
timent has received a
the United Nations Con-
Commission suggesting
lishment of an office in
?ity of Jerusalem to dis-
property in Israel, and
n-' iicqaainted with the
|"i owners of such prop-
regard'to compensation.
rles have shown interest
Dte, it was reported here
^ut, but the Jordan gov-
fcjected it because it con-
he proposal a "violation
N resolutions which pro-
life return of refugeees or
It ion for those not wishing
Scientists Get
in Scholarships
IV WNS)Three Amer-
two Japanese scientists
rted this week to have
fellowships from the
Institute cf Science at
Among the American
l'f the fellowship! were
P'li. biochemist of Colum
Earl L. I^mon, phy
the Massachusetts In-
and Joseph
[ at the University
for Filing Infinity Claims
BONN (JTA) The Bundestag
has approved a lav extending the
deadline for individual-victims of
Nazism to file claims for indemni-
fication for another year, until Sep-
tember 30, 1956. The measure mast
still receive the consent of the
Federal Council, upper .'house of
the German. Parliament*, but no
opposition is expected from that
quarter.
Former Chief of Ni School
Heads News Agency
HAMBURG (WNS)Wolf Mey-
er-Christian, who was. in charge
during the Nazi regime of the
"Reich Journalism Training
iSchool," was named this week
I executive manager of the newly-
formed Association of German
Press Services. The' training school
for journalists was a pet project
of Joseph Ooebbels, Nazi Minister
of Propaganda;
Agudos Israel Seeks Contact
With Iron Curtain Jewry
PARIS (JTAV A Itaasai* of
goodwill toljko Jowjsh;religJwis
communities ^mmfery, PsWId,
Rumania and East Germany was
sent by the European executive, of},
the AgudaS- Israel WortdJE*fsP
ization at tlte e3M"Ss^nyora meet-
ing here.
Youth Organization Leaves .
Mexican General Zionists
MEXICO CITY (JTA) A split'
within the General Zionist Organ-
ization of Mexico deepened here
with the announcement that an-
other section of the centrist move
ment was joining"the ncwly-organ-
ized Progressive Party.
Ceremony Marks Naming of
Brazil Street After Dr. Herzl
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) A
street in this country was hamed
for TJieodor Herzl. founder of
modern Zionism, at a ceremony
attended by leaders of the city
administration, of the Jewish com-
munity and hundreds of resident;.
Jewish and non-Jewish of the city.
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PAGE 14
Seligious directory fiSSRST
Miami Beach I'ounci
man HnTOl I
s^;r S i. .Mi a?"
Weekly ical portions
on Wednedw evening. Auiu* 3.
Shapiro Will llHWI "*"'" '"'
temple Sinai ol Hollywood ,urw hj, mud IripW Israel
will hold Fridaj evening services md discuM "Israeli Armed ran
at 8-30. Rahhi David Shapiro whi ,, parade." .
officiate and It ymposiuni on SiU1, Genet, Miami Beach i
are at 9. Rabbi Alfred
officiate and discus.s the
Portion. Mincha is at 6 p.m.
lowed by a lecture on Ethics of
the Fathers.
fol-
will
Moore will direct the choir
CIFFEI1
NDUSTRIES, INC.
CORAL GABLES, f LQRID A
Whal Judaism Mean- to Me Par- ,
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate. Saturday morning Bervices
are at 10:46.
*
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA- {"j^ ,,,
tion will hold Fridaj evening ,Klsed on th(, weeklj Portion Kid-
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn- ()^h fg]i0ws. Daily morning serv-
ing services are at 9. Mincha will lces are at 9 am
be at 6 p.m.. followed by ShalOS
Seudos.
in 1 --------
be chairman Oi t*e ;'<
assisted bj Jack Wagner and
iipinatin" will be William Blumen- .
Su&5 Ford and Jack ** ^Goldworm Report, on the^ur
(1W oneg Shabbat will follow sat- rt,nt membership drive headed! oj
.rday morning services are at ft Benjamin Appd be-heard.
sermon will be Herbert B Linick. president of the
organisation, will preaUta
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30. Mincha will be at
Candlelighting Time
Ab 10 6:4 p.m.
Proceeds tor Children
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND Mrv Rachcl Sakowit/. president
CONGREGATION will hold Friday OI nv chapter. Mizrachi Women.
evening services at 6:30 Saturday Wednc.day announced a Moonlight
morning services are at 8:30 Ser- Sail n the -Seven Seas Dream-
mon will be based on the Weekly boir from pjer 8 Sunday. July si.
Portion Dailv services are at 7:30 at 5 pm proceeds will go to the
5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Dailj services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
Will hold Saturday morning serv-
ice- at 8:45. Rabbi Yaakot R
will preach on the Weekly
Portion oi the 1
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening sen ices at ; -
urday morning services arc
Dailj services will be held in the
chapel at 8 a m. and 7 p.m.
a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald
will officiate, assisted bj the choir.
Saturday morning services are at
9:45.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:90 Morton w
Breitbart will officiate in the ab-
i sence of Rabbi Abraham Heron
Saturday morning services are at
0 Kiddu-h will follow.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening al
6 30 Saturday morning services
; ;; 45 Re\ Rudolph Brill will
officiate in the 1 ol Rabbi
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es the organization ol two new Ha
dassah Groups in the Miami area
These groups will be known as
the Torah Group and the Albert
Einstein Group.
Mrs, Sidney I.efcourt has been
elected president of the Torah
Group, and Mrs. Edward Kanter
Ever will officiate, with Cantor|wl1) P;.eMde over the Albcrt Ein-
Fishel Lutman rendering the musi- s,c'n GrouP- ...
cal portions of the liturgy. At 6:30 B,,,h ?WIP plan an intensive
p.m.. the Rabbi will discuss Ethics membersh.p campaign throughout
of the Fathers. Mincha foil.as- at the summer months.
7. Daily services will be at 8 a.m.'
and 7 p.m. with Sunday morning
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Friday eveninf al
ob ll Kaplan, Rabbi
Emeritus, will officiate, with Can-
tor Jacob Bornstein rendering the
musical portion- ol the liturgj
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
institute will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 7. Saturdaj morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac
services
scheduled
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KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
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service- at 630. Saturday morning
services are at 830 Mincha will
be at 7 p.m., followed by Maariv
at 7 35.
ISRAELITE CENTER wjM hold
Friday evening services at 6 Sat-
urday morning sen ices are at 8 30
Cantor Samuel Salkow will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
and officiate in the absence of Rab-
bi Morton Malavsky. Evening serv-
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Shalos Seudos. Daily services will
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rion Expected
is New Premier
;- ,1 Mich incident imnlving
. ni-i meeting! and pcr-
jr1 recent days.
i cabinet meeting, thf
lents in general end
directed against Mr. Ko-
partieular were con-
The cabinet issued a call
'ire population to expose
| rs" and empha>i/.i|
enemies of the state,
i undermine the founda-
tate, can commit such
luhile, the police announced
,! of 10.000 Israel pounds
rmation leading to the ar-
I iviction of the person
pens responsible for the
oi Rokach's residence.
detained a number of
in connection with the
lint all of them were
l after they satisfied
),(rities as to their where-
I the time of the bombing.
[Threatens Israel
evasion Possibility
t-tinued from Page 1
cd "the whole Arab world"
["Israel aggression." He as-
;>.at "Palestine was the most
international crime in his-
rld tfce 40.000 persons in
litnee that Zionism was not
|n responsibility for this
The Egyptian dictator
fl'rael is the result of im-
efforts to disrupt Arab
|rd prevent Arabs from be-
. single powerful bloc."
phile, it was disclosed here
British Government turn-
to Egypt two destroyers
i.s month. The destroyers
nit at the end of World
|. l never saw war action.
tar destroyer! were turn-
by the British Navy to
\i' lit ten days ago.
*Jetvist> noridflnn
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PAGE 15
itnaries
JOSEPH B. COOPER
1 Norman.iv dr.. h retired
int. riled July 21. He
Miami eight v.-ars |m fi.nn
" la iir\ Ived by hi wife.
Irvine, I'oth of Miami
'' 111r. dauehtera, Mrs. Itu-
Miami llt-ach. Mm, Anna
n KlenmondJ Va and Hri.
v. I la It I more s.-i .
-I in the Reach Memorial
' I Mile Chapel, with l)in I.. 1
LOUIS S. KELLER
ave died July in
ago from
ma raa ;i veteran
war l SurvhliiK ar.- dl
' Iwo daughters, Mm.
m nun Beai h. and Mis.
i louaton, T. \ one
i IhrM arandchll-
>>- July '.'a with bin -
Ml I :.!>.
ORRIS POLLACK
Miami i
''"in New fork
i Jul) It. A retired
Ini nlahlnsa More,
i son. Sidney, New York;
Mra Ooldlc Oru-
1 Mrt Pnj Kiin.-i. n. v
and Interment were
v "iih Rlveraldi Miami
i hart* of arrange-
REGINA KELI8HEK
''Jived with .i daughter,
:."i Norraandj
It. f"i aeven ) i
-''" i am* from New
'- iin lode two
Mra Annette Cohan
M died S.|,oenfeld. ami a
a ol \.- v.ik S. l
' '" ere In N. u ^
v|......rial iInapel of
' ol II .r.l .
LEGAL NOTICE

UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HERF BY OIVCN thai
Nidft In
,. ,..
WK1 \l. INDl'H
North Miami \,
,;' '"'.'
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"All. ISKALI
Ml. :. ,|f
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Is
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LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE UNDM FICTITIOUS
NAMH LAW
'i'-i: is heRehy oiVKM thai
bualnei a undi r the fl.-i
LAPOFF-S KOSHER MEAT AM.
POCLTR1 MARKET, .,. Ml' \...
mand) Drive, Miami Reach,
I" i<*Klatni ald oai with iii.
of thi I ii ill i-,.mi ,, Dad* County,
Hoi ula
\ll \M TiaUrVKKKI. '
I.Win I.Mini- |
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attoi
feybold II
s S-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
ifiitt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undoi alfned, di tge in
biiHliii'K.s under the flctltloua name of
GERTLER LANDSCAPING COM
PANY, al 8427 Creapl Boulevard, Mi-
ami fti-iirh. Intenda to reslatei
name a/ltk the Clerk ( the i
Court of Dade County, riorlda
JOSEPH GERTLER
K. IVNER & MAN IHEIMER
nej a for Joaeiih Qeri ler
7/2S 8/3-H-I8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unde. slicried, <1-Mlrliiic to .image In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
SHERRY NORMANDIE RKSTAl'-
RANT, al sim Kvercliidea Cohcoarae,
Miami Beach, Intenda to realatai aatd
name with the Olerk of the lircuit
Court of Made Countv, Elorlda
KAV IIKK OORPORATKi.N
A Honda ("> iiuratlon
MONROE DtXON
Attorney for Apfilicant
1790 Coral Wav
7/2 8/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lh.^ und< n-i-.n. ri, riealrlna to enRa
ii." flrfltlouK nan i ol
HVtnr ,CK KITCHE
N u iBl -' ...Kl
"illi Hi.- Clerk i
COUrl "f infy, l-'lw
IRENE ITHHER
Attm-n
17s.' w. Plaaler si.
11
NOTICS UNDER FICTITIOUS
.NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaianed, dealrlna- to enauae in
hualnesa under the flctltloua namea of
C>. (not Inc.). at H51 W. Klaai.r St..
Miami. Intenda to reaiater aald namea
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I>ade County, Florida
t.^.. HENJAMIN C.RAIXS
KEYMOl'R B MERMAN
Attorney for Benjamin Gradua
or, I.lmola Road, Miami Beach, Ma.
7/2 S/.-.-12.19
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIOA
In A 1.1. TO WlliUI TIIESi: I'REB-
E.NTS shall, COMB. OREETINOM:
\ hi!
HARRY l-ROHMAN.
,, ... .. MIAMI. Ii.. H:i|>.\
MILTON I! WOOL1
Ml V\l| BEACH, Kl.oKIDA
B, T, TAYLOR.
MIAMI. rXORIDA
ii.i on the Uth, day of Jaanjary, A n
to be IneoriMirate.l under
the iirovielona of Chapt* i tins, i ,,|.|.,
RUitUte*. CORMAC IN I >l STIII Es.
INC., a corporation, with It* princi-
pal place of hualnesa at Miami, bade
County. In the State of Florida, and
wnereaa the ttoi kholdera of auch
corporation did on the 21 at dai of
Jui>. A.0. in:,:,, cauae t.> be fiu-.i in
the offi.e ..r th.- Recretary of Btau
of the State of Horlda. a Cons, lit of
all lle stockholder!, under the pro*
Ylalona of wild Chapter 60K, Ploiida
BtatUtea, -h..in the dlasolution of
auch corporal Inn.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
Rolna and that he la aatlafied that
the requirement), of law have been
. .implied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto aet njy hand
and have affixed the Grout
Seal of the State of Florida.
at Tali.ill.i -. .-. the Capital,
thla the Twi-nty-IiiHi day of
July, AI. IM'i.'i.
R. A. 0RAY,
S.i letary of State.
.SEAL)
7,-29/r.:,________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C1VEN that
the iiii.ii-i-ujii.-.i. dealrhaf lo enir.iite in
bualneaa undei Ihe flctltloua num. of
SIHKWAI-K BAR & CAKE, nt 1613
N W '.tlh Si Miami. Pla.. int.-ml to
reel '' aald name wuli ta Clark o.
the Circuit Court of I'a.l. County,
Florida.
HERMiNUi i;(iin:i.;n:/.
m.mjii: i: ROTiRnrtT-z
KESSI.ER \- OARS
Attoi nej f.,r Appll. anta
1782 W Klsaler St
7 22-29 9 *-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the ii.' I, .1. rlrut to i ncafc In
mil. i til.- rictii
I U 'Kill \ Ml) R T ''. IDK INVEST-
MENTS, I. da i eon Hiv.t .
. 'oral lab
aid name with the Clerk .'f the Cir-
cuit Court of Had.. County, i-,.
MCRRT GROSSMAN, Sole Owner
THEOBORE R w \V\K
Attorne) for Applh am
211 i IP da i.. on Blvd.
7 --' i-lj
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Hi.- underalsnad, dealrlna t.. ensaae in
bualneaa under the flctltloua nun. ..f
HERB'S NEWS CENTER at 117 s E
lat Ave., Miami, intenda to rcrfHtef
aald name with the tlerk of Ihe Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERB BENSON
KESSI.ER g, GAIts
Attorney! for Applicant
L7I2 W. Plualer St
7/22-29 /i-12
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOVICE IB HERERY OIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 67* of Florida
Statute* Annotated (1941). VYare-
houaemen and Warehouae Reeelpta
wherein A I). TRANSFER & WAKK-
HOL'SE ().. INC., a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of ita warehouae lien,
haa in Ita ponaeaaion the followina .1.
acribed property:
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT* aa
the property of MR. F\ W. HOI.TE-
MAN. 3170 S W 8th Street, and IRA
WEII.I.. :,.,in N W L'7th Avenue; alao
1 AMANA DEEI'FltEEZE and 1 (IE
ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE aa
the property of MRS N I. WRIGHT.
L'.",:!J N W Und Stre.t ami that on the
1st Day id August. 197.:.. during the
legal houra of aale, mainly between
11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the after-
noon, at 20t9 N. Miami Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida, the undersiicned shall
offei for sale t'i the highest Iml.tei
for caah in hand the above daocrlbed
propert) aa the property .>t Mr P. w
Holtzinan and Ira W.ill, also property
of Mra N. I.. Wright.
DATED at Miami. Florida, thia
20th riav of .lulv. I
A WAREHOUSE CO., INC
7 22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni iTICE 18 HER El i Y OIVEN that
the underalgned. dealring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MEXICAN GARDENS RESTAU-
RANT, al Ml S W. Kth Street. Miami.
Florida, intenda to register aald name
with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MAURICE CHAPONICK
SAIA'AIMiR U YAI.LICJO
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for owners
2.118 w. Plaster st
7 's-ii-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
J the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i bualneaa under the fictitious name of
IIORA PAN-AMERICANA, at 18X0
I W 6th St., Miami, intends to reg-
i-t.r aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
SISANA BORRERO
ft S/7.-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiilng !' engage in
ii.I.i the f|. tltloua names of
BE I.I. OIL SERVICE STATIONS, al
ii... W, Flaalei Street, and I'.El.l. 'HI.
COMPANY, at ii^n n W nth Ave-
nue, Intends to n-giater said namea
with the Clerk of fne Clrcull Court'
of Dade County, Fiorl.la.
REALTY HOLDING CO.
KESKI.F7R A GARH
\ itornet for Applicant
W Fiagler Si
s .-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 181578
I' \li.lNE B M.Al: \N. I la ntlff.
\ -
\i:i: \H \\| BALAIl VN, I fendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ABR \H \M BAI. \BAN
Brookl) i' 7. .\ V
YiH ARE Ii l! IV NdTII IED
THAT a CompUlnl f" I' haa
bean filed mrain-i \ . .I i" aei v. i
your plain! roi
if's attorney, and
iRlnal Answer In Ihe
of Ihe Clerk or the circuit Coal
ol I i 'i Ii ,ln\ of Aligns'
othei u
plaint I'u... iii be taki
aaalnal you
DATF7D tins 19th da> .' Jul>
I urHERMAN.
I II, nit '
I lad.- i 'Ounl>. PI.
R II RICK JR.
|>eput> ierk
KOMMEI. A- RiMlERH, Es-
Attorne) for liamtiff
.d. Miami Beach. Pla.
7/22-25 S/ 7.-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LA W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iin.I. i signed, desiring to engage In
buainess under the fictitious name of
THE BRIDGE PORCH, at nil S.W.
8th Street. Miami. Florida, intenda to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade ''..unly.
Florida
WILLIAM E SEAMON
7 12-29 s .".-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business iimi..i the fletltloua mime "i
K A- K BAR AND RESTAURANT, at
Sal N.W L'L'ml Ave intend to register
said mill'.' with the Clark "( the Cn-
, nt Court of Dade County*. Florida.
I'.iHlEKT KENNETH SWEEDL.ER
NOBI.E i'I.AKK SMITH
HENRY M CAIN
Attorn. > foi Appll) anta
Mil W Plaslei St., Miami. Ma.
7 tl 12
> LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
lane I, dei irlng to
i be fi'' 11
THE JEWISH FORUM; JEWISH
VMER1CAN Bl GADC VSTING COM
PAN1 .lEUisn AMERK \ N \n
VEKTIHING AGENtn 1:1.
i :.T \ s
Of I 'oh-ltl -ding.
'
\^ ii h Hi.- < l.-rk oft!
Ida
SI.Mi IN SKI I I '
MARY sciden
SHELDON EDWARDS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- underalgned, d. me in
indi t he fictltlou
BAND TRADING COMPANY INOT
INC i. at iimii DuPonl Blda Ii
i n mi., with the 'lei It
..r th.. Circuit Curt of Dade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY BAND
AI.VIN BAND
LEONARD KAI.isii
Attoi nej for Applicant!
I..... Dill'..Ill Ride
7/17.-22-2T" -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deairtWr to engage in
huaiiieas under the flctltloua name of
CAPITOL WINF7KY LTD. at 11.7
N.W. Btnd Street. Miami. Fiorlda. in-
tends to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
WINK CORP. OF* FURIDA.
a Florida corporation,
sole owner
ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ
& A IDIN
Attorneva for Wine Corp. of Florida
7/15-22-29 8/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF7HY GIVEN that
the iin.l.-i signed, dealring tn engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH CARPET ft FI.OORlN<; CO..
at ai'.i Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
EI.EANORE D. E. BERRY
KENNETH R BERRY
SIDNEY BPRONSON
Attornev for Both 1'artles
III Sh..rclan.l Building. Miami, Florida
7 I5-8S->M /!
NOTICE UNDEPt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKKKIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, il.-alrlng to enSaSC In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
BUNOCO ;< it 1.1 >s. at Federal Hlah-
;i\ and B.W. 828 th Stieet. Ol
Florida, Intendi t.....alatet aald name
with the Clerk ..r ihe Circuit Court of
i md 'ounl |. Florida
QARWOOD WIGOIN,
Individual proprietor
KURT UEl.l.ls-'il. Attorne)
1111-17 Congiesa HuildiliK. Miami. Fla.
7 X-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned. deairing to engag. In,
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
BLUE ATLANTIC APARTMENTS, al
6777. Abbott Avenue. Miami Dea.ii.
Florida, intend to register an Id name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of
Dade County. Florida
I.OliS S'ilOENI.HRIl
ANNA SCHOENBERG
ISRAEL H. MELLMAN
Mid.LIE MELLMAN
SIDNEY EERONSON
Attorney for All 1'ai
21< Sli.ir.land Building. Miami, Fiorida
7/15-22-18 8/6
FfOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTiCE IK MEHKMY OIVEN that
the i;n.lei signed, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
Bl'NOGO GABLES, at 4809 Ponce de
Leon Boulevard. Coral Gables, Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GARWonD '> WIOOIN,
indiMdiiai proprietor
KCRTJ WEIJ.ISCH. Attorn.,
1411 Contreaa Building. Miami. Florida
7,S-15-22-29-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlna t.. engage in
- under the flctltloua name of
CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at
215 ll'llh SI Miami Beach, intends
i i. i -.iiii name with thi Clerk
of tlie clrcull Court of Dai. County,
Floi Id i
ART M Wt'K. -......
DWlli M OONSHAK
Attorney for ApplU ant
ne Blda.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the uqd. i
i h. III -it loii name of
HIO.N I'MR. at ayne
. .,i d. Miami, Fin Intend
reaiater s..id nan i a Ith the I "lei N
of thi rt of 1 >ade 'ounty,
Floi i
NAN MILLER ".....arm I (
7 I 22 :;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
bualneaa under the fl. tltloua name of
STEIN.I No APARTMENTS, at 85
N.W. With Avenue. Miami. Florida,
intend lu legist, l aald name with the
CleUi of the Circuit Court Of Dad.
Countv. Fiorida. .
DAVID BIMON (SEAL)
MINNIE SIMON (SEAL)
Sole I'rnpi letora
NORM VN SOMBERO
Attorne) for Sole Proprleto
107 oiMiiina I'.uilding. Miami 32, FU.
n > "__________^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, dealrlna to cnga*. in
buainess under the fictitious na..... ..I
CARIBBEAN col' RT A PART-
MEN Ibbou Avenue Ml
I |..i Ida, Intend t" i
said name with the Clark ol U- Cir-
cuit Court of Dad,- County, i
la his BCHOENHERt I
ANNA S'il' IENBERO
ISRAEL H MELLMAN
\!. II,LIE Mi:i.l.M.\N
SIDNEY EERONSON
Attorn, foi All Pa
tl< Khoreland Hullding. Miami. 1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HERF7IIY GIVEN thai
the iindersien. d. .1. Ins .1
i,r the flctltloua name
of MHERTY BI'IKiKT Bl RE \> al
231 I II '. Mi., ml,
with
the Clerk >>f th. Clrcull curt ..f I le
County, i
SAMCEI. M SCHACK Sole Owner
OOI OMAN 4 ii.N
A!torni foi ni
103 M I
7 82-28 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:REBY GIVEN that
the und. I.- .. i. dealrlna to
ndel th. 'H-I ......f
SL'NOCO BOfLEVARD, al 738
i la, In-
tenda '.. reaiater 1 name wltn the
clerk of the Clrcull Court "f
('our in
.; \i:w. mi. 11 WIOi I
Individual proprl
Kl'RT WELLI8CH, Attorni
mi ii. Miami, Florida
7 II 22-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa undei the flctltloua name of
sin SERVICE 8TATIONM. al 4::il
de l^i.ii Boulevard. f'oial
Oablee, Florida, intends to register
said name with the (i.rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad,- County, Florida.
QARWOOD <> wiooin,
individual proprietor
K1IIT WBLLI8CH, Attornev
1414-17 Congress Building. Miami. Fia.
7/8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 181401
AI'RELIO MICEI.Mi, Plalntirf,
va.
JESSIE MICELIX), Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JESSIE MICELLO
2047 Weetchester Avenue
Bronx. New York
You. JESSIE MICELLO. are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to nerve a cops
of your A newer or Pleading to the I'.ill
of Complain! <>n the plaintiff's At-
torney, OEORGE CHKKTK'iK, 607
Olympia Building, Miami 12, Florida,
and file (be original Anawer or Plead-
ing In th. office of the (ierk of the
Clrcull Court on or before in.- mth da>
of Augu-t. IN6. If >"u fail i.. do ao,
Judamenl by default win i... taken
i f..i th.- r.ii.f demanded
in th.- Bin ..f Complaint
Thla notlca ahall be puhllahed on<-^
each week for fout conaecutive
in THE JEW ISII FLORID I \N.
DONE AND ORDERED al M
Floi Ida, thla 11 daj of July. \ p

B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcull Court,
Dad. Ci.univ. Florida
By |. IAN COCRNi IYER,
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Attornev for lialntiff
607 Ols i: | ... Building, Miami 82, Pla
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ller aaM name with thi' Clerk of the
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PAGE 10 y yi*trhrk&*!L—^ njIDAY. JULY 23.1 Giffen Industries Storm Shutters Guarantee Safety %  w h en hurricanes hit they hit hard. And there isnl much tune, either, between the initial alert and the onaei of the storm to give your office building, factory, or home adequate hurricane protection.'' stated Tom Casterline, man Of the Storm Shutter Depart men! Of Giffen Industries. Inc. •Our entry into the storm shutter business was not a haphazard affair. True we have, and have had for many years, the shop facilities to fabricate any metal shutter, but our thought on the matter was that since there were enough good awning types on the market no justification existed for our getting into that phase of the business. A strictly hurricane or storm shutter was something else again. "When the opportunity presented itself to obtain the franchise for the Jones patented Slip-In Storm Shutter, we grabbed it for we knew that its exclusive design embodying ease of handling, strength and durability made it an item consistent with the quality that has been synonomous with the name Giffen. "The Giffen Storm Shutter is not new. but its merits are so obvious that more and more people are turning to it as the ultimate in hurricane protection. Moreover, our Slip-In Storm Shutters have been safe-guarding Florida building for over a quarter century proof, if it were needed, that the good products usually endure." continued Casterline. "Giffen Storm Shutters are fabricated either in galvanized steel or aluminum. The patented design offers many important featurebut it Ls the combination of, strength, attractiveness and ease of handling and storage which make it pre-eminent in its field. "As an example, a minimum of space is required for the storage of the Giffen interlocking units as these patented panels rest com-, pactly on a shelf or under a conn ter in a space 16 inches wide, the lensth. of course, beina governed by that of the window "Other special features of the Giffen Slip-In Shutters are: channel headerequipped with spacer holts to prevent spreading, bottom locking angles which clamp MC tions in place, center stiffener angles that lock all sections through the center and panel sections formed at 60 degree angle to prevent crawling. "Easily attached and removed by one person. Giffen shutters conform with the architecture of the building on which they are instal led." Casterline emphasized, "and no hardware is evident when the> are removed." knew from the outset, but nonetheless we were faced with the problem of how to place a *USiom= builf line within the reach of all. continued Casterline We are glad ,,, say that this problem has been fully resolved by a carefully planned" and executed mass production ran Now with the stocking ol the current sizes in panels, head ,nd angles, it habeen possible to afreet substantial savings wnicn savings, can be passed on to the users "i the Giffen storm Shutters, "It must be borne in mind tn.n the increased production has in no way affected either the design or quality of our product and we definitely have not added gadgets as a substitute for the strong structural members needed in a Storm Shutter. ••Today," concluded Casterline. "Giffen is in the position of being able to furnish a rapid efficient service and at prices which w know are among the lowest in the industry. There is an old adage which says 'the proof of the pudding is in the eating' and the only way to confirm our statements is to afford us the opportunity of making a quotation." Storm Shutter Department >f Giffen Industries is at 4012 Aurora st., Coral Gables. Roof Leak? Call Victor Conn \M M n pmiw it *r •# # 9-5274 Acme Roofing Co. "\V hen necessary. theatn -. stores and office buildings are proj vided with special size shutter access doors, permitting normal bus1 inesa operation until the storm be-i comes imminent. "That we had a good product we ELECTRIC COOKING COOL BUT "HOT STUFF" WHEN IT COMES TO COOKING CLEANER FASTER CHEAPER ...ond BETTER,TOO! jj£& FLORIDA POWER & \1 LIGHT COMPANY GI A^S F0R EVERY PURPOSE VfcMJ STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GIASS furniture Topi, Btveftd Mirrtn end Rtsifvri*f Our Specialty la & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728 Macrii Orlie r*. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 550S N.W. 3rd at Phon. 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lle\wiislh-IEIIiD]pidliiQUP Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY !E 29-^Number 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS |n Gurion Is Expected Back As Israel's Prime Minister %  Reported Dead Aboard El Al Constellation Shot Down By Bulgarian Anti-Aircraft e Americans Perish; Air Officials are Invited To inspect Crash Ruins S p t c i • I t AVIV—An Israel El Al constellation airliner carrying 50 Igers and seven crew members Was shot down Wednesday by ...n anti-aircraft guns. %  .al reports indicate that the 57 persons aboard were all killed. ,1 national airlines spokesman later indicated that there may I possible survivor. Five Americans were listed among the _• rs and possibly six. lour engine plane was enroute from Vienna to Israel on a flight that originated in London. The report, which revealed the tragedy on the Greek-Bulgarian border, said %  yi "At 8:37 a.m. (1:37 a.m. Miami iVDl !rCuTS ,ime) ,ht operations branch of the J I El Al Airline received an SOS from an El Al constellation on its way from Vienna to Israel from the Bulgarian border. Soon afterward : >N (JTA)—The Egyptian a cable from Athens Airfield ret Col Carnal Abdel Nasported the constellation made 'a BU CRUMP Threats int Invasion |* orated la>t weekend the niversar> of the military hich unseated King Farouk parade and threats to infc-rael The most blatant a* made by Maj. Gen. Abm Amer, Minister of War manderinchief of Egypt's wees, who threatened the if 11 becomes necessary lain peace by force," acto dispatches from the i capita addressing a huge mass to which Chief Rabbi f."ahum and other Egyptian had been invited. N'asser pledged his armies ntinoed on Page 15 forced landing' near Tsirbalovo :n Bulgaria near the Greek border." Three children are believed to First comment from official Bulgaria came late Wednesday when spokesmen invited : Israel representatives to the scene of the crash to inspect the wreckage, have been al*>ar—The crematorium of the in famous Dachau concentration camp should be closed to the public "so as to iorestall pernicious propaganda," the governmental administrator of Dachau county, Heinrich Junker, urges in a petition to the Bavarian Government. and Parliament. Junker, the most important public figure in the Dachau area, is also a Christian Social Union deputy in the Bavarian Landtag. His petition Is the latest move in a long-standing campaign by the Dachau city and county authorities to wipe out all mementoes of Hitler's oldest and best-known concentration camp. Thus the camp museum with its "Never Again!" memorial exhibition, was shut down from one day to the next two years ago without notification to the organizations of Nazi victims. Last year, the grim "hangman's fir tree." on the branches of which many inmates were publicly hanged, was cut down. The official explanation is that it was infested by barkbeet lev The "pernicious propaganda" referred to by Junkers is the reminder that more than ten thousand Nazi victims were burned in the crematorium ovens. Thousands of one-time inmates, delegations and sightseers pass through its doors each year. This stream of visitors embarrasses many Germans, in the Dachau area and beyond, who consider Dachau an irksome reminder of things they would like to forget.



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IY. JULY 29. 1955 -Jewlstnorklkui Dr. Jerome Btnfrt lenson to Head lology Lab iatment of Dr. Jerome Benfos.socialc pathologist in the Ly laboratories of Mount Jospttal was announced here Orovitz, president of the |enson is a graduate of OberLgc. class of ,1944, and rehis degree of Doctor of ae in 1948 from the Creighppersity School of Medicine, Nets an internship in Fordham il in New York City, he re-| Miamian Named United States Chess Director A former president of Beth David Synagogue has been named a director of the United States Chess Federation. He is Murray G. Cohen, of 1838 SW 21 ter. The Miami certified public accountant and attorney, who is a member of the Miami Chess Club, is also president of the Forida Chess League. Cohen's appointment to the national chess organization makes him the only director from Florida. The Miami pioneer this week revealed that the Florida Chess League will hold its annual tourney for state championship at the McAllister hotel beginning Sept. 2. Although a peak registration is expected, Cohen said that entries will be welcome and that applications may be made to him or to Maj. N. B. Holt, Long Beach, Fla. Miami Chess Club meets weekly on Friday evenings at the McAllister, attracting hundreds of local chess devotees. The 56th national open tourney for-tJ.S. champion will be held by the United States Chess Federation in Long Beach, Cal, beginning Aug. 8, Cohen revealed^ j —i his re>idency training in Igy at Fordham Hospital, graduate hospital in New lid then served in the U.S. las Assistant Chief of the Jtmy Service at the 5th Gen-pital in Stuttgart, Ger|lrom 1951 to 1953. completed his residency with Dr. Maurice Lev at int Sinai Hospital of Greatli. and became a Diplomate [American Board" of Pathol1954. He is an instructor >logy at the University of :hool of Medicine. ?nson is in charge of the Pathology Laboratory at [Sinai Hospital and particithe research program on rlerosis. He recently pre[a paper with Dr. Lev at the neeting of the American Afckn of Pathologists and Bacgists in Houston, Tex. Rabbi Cyperstein Will Supervise at Rokeach Henry Gamson, president of I. Rokeach & Sons, Inc., this week revealed that Rabbi Avigdor Cyperstein, Professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University, will continue the responsibility of Kashruth control and supervision for the Rokeach organization. Rabbi Cyperstein is a member of the executive committee of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America and Canada. Rabbi Cyperstein is also well known as the former Rabbi of Lida, Poland, and PAGE 3 —as a member of the faculty of the Reb Yitzchok Elchonen Yishiva. He had been for some time an associate of the late Rabbi Levinson, at Rokeach. Familiar with Kashruth safe guards at Rokeach, he will continue in the supervision performed by Rabbi Levinson, who had been connected with Rokeach for more than 25 years. Under the fully recognized authority of Rabbi Cyperstein, the tradition of the strictest Kashruth will be carefully maintained in the many Rokeach food products and household items. HOTEL MOTEL AND APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS ^y We arc here fa strve you with a L£ COMPLETE LINE OF LINEIV* • CANNON SHEETS • BLANKETS • BED PADS • SPREADS • PILLOW CASES • BATH TOWELS • PLASTIC GOODS • DISH TOWELS Slated Saturday Dade Jewish Center Men's id Sisterhood will present a %'eptune" feast and festival >• evening at the Momingool, NE 55th st. and Bispay, in charge of informaVe Mrs. Melvin Schrago, n, and Andrew Schwartz. Eighty-year-old Minna Schulewitz, as she arrived from Germany at New York International Airport recently in the achievement of her double-barreled wish—to immigrate to the United States, and to get her first airplane ride. Brought here by United Hias Service, Jewish international migration agency, Mrs. Schmulewitz was reunited with a son and daughter who immigrated from Europe to San Francisco four years ago. VOH OPEN THE RED APPLE snvme MMKMST, LUNCH W DINNIK 2145 N. Miami Avenue Special Rooms tor M six ESS CONFERENCES COMMITTEE MEETMNGS, etc. a APPEI Call 3-9783 AUNTIE SKVERMAN "o row summit VACATION IN THE uut KIDGI MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN "RSONVIUE, NORTH CAROLINA J.e Rubin, Owmr-Mfr. Seoion Junt lit t October 1st Reasonable Rafts Pw Donee and Recreation Hall %  "imina Pool and Children's Wadint Pool >wh-Aaaricn Cuisine 3 MMI> Daily M> Rooms with Shower or Bath |Mllebo.rd, r „,*.„, Handball, Rawing, rkkimm, GaH, MarsaWck ["'". Wienie Roasts, aft. 0* WRITIt *. 0. ROX 7*4, HENDERSONVILLE, NX RHONE 15* Cantor Maurice Mamches will assume his duties at Beth Jacob Congregation Aug. 15, according to Leo Meyer, president Formerly with Beth Jacob, Cantor Mamches has been on the staff of Beth David Synagogue for the past several years. Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Air Conditioned Phone 3-8737 Ample Parking Membership Affair Due Miami Beach Chapter B'nai B'rith Women, Mrs. Jean Swartz, president, will entertain with a "membership-bring-a-member" coffee at noon, Wednesday, Aug. 3, in the Empress hotel. Mrs. Violet Davis, membership chairman, will receive. Mrs. Mary Alper is chairman. if you can brew coffee YOU CAM BAKE A CAKE! Finer .. faster ... foolproof! New Dromedary's exclusive features give you advantages no other cake mix ... 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ki*Uk£Mi !" L FRIDAY, JULY PAGE 8 Schwartz H ^^v^^or IJecemlw Bpsilon Phi social sorority. 1 D : **IJSS53=b*i MB—. R llOUtH'e e room of the Algiers hold. %  '"" ; "ii v medcaf honors —ety. Beta • son Ml -'K %,'• Set. Beta biology honor. S W 25th ave.Mi.mt WUuje ^ imMaled ;iiul t.i her for a azadc room The regal theme dominated the celebration as Mrs. Sam Ro Mrs. Louis Heiman played ladies in waiting and hosteases Majesty, Queen Bea the First. ;i H 0 i whom wore coronets, Included ner and the Mesdame! Jerry Blank Jack er Gerald Lewis, Sam Friendland, Sidney L.fcourt. Joe Stein and Herman Jacobs. ated bj Royal I rlain oi P • %  Harry Katx. Ei •,!•• lined at a delightful buffet supi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jay Koch, ii t< is Ml Mrs. Lewis Palay. Ir. Mrs. K Roberta and Dick pnur to their leaving the Miai lh< \ will take up ri The Queen's cortege, daughter Mrs. Stanley Frehling Miller, Louis Class William Singer, Joseph Lipton, A lovely birthdaj cake topped by \ I „„,„„ Univ^ity ,v trnterni.y. Nu Kappa Tau. he n\ degree In she also played m the I niver. sit, oi Miami Symphony orchesIhe i' present %  junior at Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania In Philndnlpbii Mr Shear )<• I graduate of Mi ami Senior High, where he the debating team and .. ,., pre* i, nl oi \Zh Junior or,,, | ,., r,, ,, B'rlth Be attended Miami, where he idenl "f Alpha I p s il on pi social fraternity, a i ., phi i • %  •. Si] ma, freshman menscholastic honorarj fraterMpha Sigma Upailon, interhonorary, Omicron Delta tional leader-hip ,rj fraternity, and was also. %  member oi the vanity debating team He received inAB degree cum laude .'"'I eonttoutd at the L'niI oi Miami School of Law. al-o graduating cum laude. While in law school, he was a member of Mont Court and was Leading ArMn. Jerome Schulman Mill Carol Schworti Miss Liebow Kya Sept. 4 Ceremonj; What did the pre -ulent of | ver-ity of Miamipn ciation s.y to the vice prt<4 He proposed. President is Btanton Bail 1 president is Carol Adi Dave Teitel, i irmerlj of Miami, is new with Uncle Sam's B oi Internal Revenue in Augusta, Ga. He and Mrs. Teitel, oi Maxwell House. Augusta, joyfullj revealed the news oi the arrival oi their son. Martin Lee, July "> Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jonas, 248 S\V 48th a\e and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Teitel, "I Miami and New York. i St Louis residents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Appelbaom are on vaca,, tion here lor three weekI etinu them are her parent-, the Paul Mill(i< )|(|sK'l II. >fllll IllKUl j editor of the Miami Law Quarterly; ^^ lQ ^^ sh n ^ stones, of 923 SW 4th st. With the Applebaums is Miss Alice Friedman' ., .. \ini : and waalso president of Nui Beta nouncing the engagemft also oi St. Louis, and the Mill-toneniece. I<> ttCMUC •'' Ml" -.Ion. legal fraternity. He is fathcr ^ the a(c ,, r Ufbo ,,> M'.'a.H' i.d(l-tein lueame the now a practisinK attorney She is a pre-dental st Dr. Maurice Kovn*. of 4326 Port ave Is leaving with Mrs. Kovn., bride oi Jerome Schulmftn in I The couple plan to be married in tne umversit> „ for Europe and Israel on July 29. The Doctor-tay m Israel wont he P-m. ceremonies Julj .t at the Lincoln Manor tide, editor and Developments bow whose mtAhfr Mrs December. bly in Haifa. But the I-l>de France trip aero-the Atlantic should prove to he some rest for him prior to that time. Seeing the Kovnatoff in New York will be their three children, Samuel, Mimi and Danny. all pleasure, he writehappily. Aa member of the American Physi dans Committee of the Israel Medical Association, Dr. Kovnat is schedNewlywed MrSchulman u the Uled to deliver a paper on the -Relationship of the Upper Respiratory daughter ol MrDon Goldstein, Tract to Lung Disease" before the association's Third World Assem1618 Michigan ave., Miami Beach.' and the late Robert Goldstein. The groom', parents are the Loull Schulman-. 410 SW 10th ive Mi ami Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at Samuel idoing graduate work in mathematics at the University ( n ,. candlelight ceremony, with oi Miami, and Mimi is a recent graduate of Vanderbilt. Young Danny Qantor Maurice Mamches render-! is a student at Miami Beach High. ng the musical portionof the I > liturgy. On the first lef Of their vacation scheduled to take in California. PhyliGoldstein, no relation to' New York State and Southern Canada are Cantor and Mrs. Philip Brumthe bride and a close friend, was mer. Cantor Brummer performs the liturgy at Miami Beach's Temple maid oi honor The bride's cousin Emanu-EI. MrBrummer tells us that while in California they will from New York I ity. Mrs. Charles visit with Liberace and inspect the latest methods of filming the curGoldberg, was matron of honor. rent Liberace TV series in conjunction with the movie. "Sincerely." Simla Mae Harris was flower girl Belt man for the groom was Irving Weinstein, with Morton Levin and Prank Greenberg acting ausher.. The bride ia graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University Ol Honda, where -he received the AA degree and was treasurer and secretary of Hillel. Mr Schulman graduated from The Brummeral.0 are scheduled to visit with Morris Swift, former Judge of the Jewish Law Courts of the British Commonwealth and older brother of recent Miami Beach visitor Chief Rabbi Harris Swift of Natal. South Africa. In New York, time will he -pent with close friends, and Southern Canada will include a visit with family in Ontario. The Brummcrs plan to be back in Miami Beach at the end of August. of the pre-dental a--ociatwj is active in the university'! Club and a member oi Hillel Her fiance Is the son of Mr] Mrs. Jacob Bass. 1293 NE 10i( North Miami Beach 11. ani Temple University ami in at the University of Miam. he also is a pre-dental -tude is a member of Hillel The wedding will take the Fontainebleau hotel oa' 4. After a honeymoon in th( bean, the couple will mat*. home in Miami Beach Miss Carol liebow Beating the heat at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. N.C., are Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Shapiro, Mrs. Sydney Cans, Mr. and Mrs MomKa-din. Mrs Ray La-sman. Mrs I) Kaler, Mr. and Mrs Kred Miami High School and attended Meyer and sons Johnny. Elic and Tony. Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Nesler the University of Miami, and daughter Barbara, Mrs. M. Bresslau and Mr. and Mrs. Mike KotAmong out-of-town guests at the kin. ceremony afid a dinner following the engagement of their daughwere Mr. and Mrs. Jerome II;.am-, tor Rae Klaine. to Nat A Warcousins from Great Neck. L.I.; Mrs.! shaw. of Miami Beach. Its a hotelmans holiday for George Sax, owner of the Saxony Milly Hyams. the brides aunt, of) He is son of Mrs Mollye B Warhotel. He and his wife. Rhoda, drove from Chicago to Colorado Springs New York City; Miss Shirley For! shaw 760 Lenox ave and Maurice and a vacation at the Broadmoor hotel there. Reason for the Chicago'man. New York; and Mr. and Mrs. Wars'haw of Miami Beach jaunt was strictly business Mr. Sax is chairman of the board of the Irving Brant, Great Neck Exchange National Bank. A short cruise through the Caribbean started last Wednesday for Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, who set sail on the SS Evangaline The Rosenthals were to visit Port au-Prince, Ciud.d Truiillo Kingston and Port Antonio. With them are Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper and their daughter. Nancy They plan to return on the 30th. the Mr. Jerome Hyams gave bride in marriage. Following a week's vacation at the Fontainebleau hotel and a trip to New York City in August, the Highland Park Junior College" and couple will reside at 1040 SW 6th attended Michigan State St.. Miami. What's in ii Nami For Miss Kiiikelsfl A 3-Letter Change] For her new name. Li Finkelstine will only have arrange three lettershe the bride of Lt Herbert Fmkelstein Sunday at the hotel. Miami Beach Rabbi Jacob Kaplan pe* the afternoon ceremony. The bride was given mri by her mother. MrShirlV stine. 1555 Penns>Kania She wore gown ol emu tulle over ice blue taifett matching bonnet and *a length veiL U <''* peace roas and 1 prayerbook. Mrs. Norman FinkeMetfr in-law of the bridegroom. The couple plans to be married tron of honor. Her P" WB Aug. 22 in Detroit. After a wedmauve faille, and she cai carnations. Lt. Flnkelstein Is 'be son' and Mrs. Moe Finkelsteftj SW 16th st. His brother. was best man .nd wcluw. 1 After wedding trip Davis, Warshaw Troth Revealed Rev Mount and MrClemen-. Meyer Davis, of Mich., announce ding trip to the West coast, they will live in Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a graduate of m Off on a grand tour of Europe is Mrs. Murial Hirsch Pick, of Pal,,, Island. Happy news from business affairs in Palm Beach elicited the information that she expectto bring back many new European hat I red* lOfiS, Back in their home in Richmond. Va.. are Dr. and Mrs Robert Sahgman and -on. Barry. They were In Miami visiting Mrs. Saligmanparents. Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. R.iss, of (oral Gable. Miami .n-urance man Joseph Weintraub will make hi-j x ,h European tour in August. By, proud of the [ad that he travel!, %  h, v n^'sh^a^^ The August tour may prove different this time, however Addin. her baggage to the apparel ,s Mr.. W.intr.ub. Tfie couple wUI COB l\ U r d : h e r J ,h ^tendance at the International Marine on ence Sept. 12 in Moate Carlo. The Weintraubs attended the r ast similar meeting in Spain two years ago. !" uea mc.r last College. Her fiance attended Thomasville


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|. JULY 29. 1955 + kwlshnrldton OBAL SHORTS£*&£, asfc PAGE 12 in Bonk Extends Loan Million to Israel i;.\\< SCO (WNS)—The! imcnca here has granted S30.000.000 to the fcrart nl. to be repaid within together with jflU'rest Bte of four percent per foliated by Pinchas Sartor of the Israel Treasllc on his recent visit to ki States, the loan is to be [capital investment in the certain goods. The Bank lea in the past has made Roans to Israel and the Ltional Fund. Goodman Named Chairman Of Tel Aviv Z0A House NEW YORK (WNS>—Mortimer May, president of the Zionist Organization of America, this week announced t h e appointment of Abraham Goodman of New York as chairman of the ZOA House in Tel Aviv. The ZOA House, named in memory of the late ZOA president Daniel Frisch, is one of the largest cultural centers in Israel. Mr. Goodman, who is chairman of the ZOA Inner Committee, was closely associated with the activities and growth of the ZOA House since its inception. HARRISBURG, Pa. (.ITA) — A bill to provide the sum of $50,000 for the operation of the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognete Learning in Philadelphia for the two fiscal years beginning July 1, 1955 has been introduced in the Senate of Pennsylvania by State Senator Israel Stiefel. The measure, Senate Bill No. 750, has-been referred to the Committee on Appropriations. Crane Hatching Egg An unusual event in zoological circlei is taking place at Tropical Hobhyland, local zoological garden, in that the African Gold-Crowned Crane has built a nest and is busily engaged in hatching a lone egg. Ordinarily, these unusual birds do not breed in captivity, and attendants at Hobbyland are hopeful that this time the chick will be success fully hatched out. This should take place in about 28 days, according to Jay Segal, owner oi Tropical Hobbyland. fital Factor in Jews, Reports Says [YORK (WNS) — The exit the State of Israel is major role in cementing ered members of the Jew|. and in motivating Diasry to reconsider the probewish survival, according study just published by Id Jewish Congress' InJewish Affairs. The khich is the fourth and \g part of the IlA's "SurEvents in Jewish Life in devoted to an analysis of lotion and Cultural Develm Jewish communities it the world during the Jewish Group in Edmonton .Opposes Religion in Schools MONTREAL (JTA) —The Joint Public Relations Committee of Ed I monton. Alba/fa, and the local [ community council has decided to present the committee's view-point against offering religious instruction in the city's public schools, it was announced here by the Canadian Jewish Congress. The Committee, on a national scale, represents the CJC and the B'nai B'rith. [hurch Leaders TeW Jewish Worship )N (WNS)—A group of I Russian churchmen derre this week that the ps in the Soviet Union are luge numbers of worshipabbath and holiday servdisclosure was made by et clergymen when they a delegation of British sisting of Dr. M. Lew, 31 rabbinic court, Barnett (resident of the Board of if British Jews, and A. ^n, secretary of the Board. tejects UN Move Property in Israel p\ JTA) — The Jordantiment has received a the United Nations ConCommission suggesting lishment of an office in ?ity of Jerusalem to disproperty in Israel, and n-' iicqaainted with the |"i owners of such propregard'to compensation. rles have shown interest Dte, it was reported here ^ %  ut, but the Jordan govfcjected it because it conhe proposal a "violation N resolutions which prolife return of refugeees or It ion for those not wishing Scientists Get in Scholarships IV WNS)—Three Amertwo Japanese scientists •rted this week to have fellowships from the Institute cf Science at Among the American l'f the fellowship! were P'li. biochemist of Colum Earl L. I^mon, phy the Massachusetts Inand Joseph [ at the University for Filing Infinity Claims BONN (JTA) — The Bundestag has approved a lav extending the deadline for individual-victims of Nazism to file claims for indemnification for another year, until September 30, 1956. The measure mast still receive the consent of the Federal Council, upper .'house of the German. Parliament*, but no opposition is expected from that quarter. Former Chief of Ni School Heads News Agency HAMBURG (WNS)—Wolf Meyer-Christian, who was. in charge during the Nazi regime of the "Reich Journalism Training iSchool," was named this week I executive manager of the newlyformed Association of German Press Services. The' training school for journalists was a pet project of Joseph Ooebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda; • %  Agudos Israel Seeks Contact With Iron Curtain Jewry PARIS (JTAV— A Itaasai* of goodwill toljko Jowjsh;religJwis communities ^•mmfery, PsWId, Rumania and East Germany was sent by the European executive, of}, the AgudaSIsrael WortdJE*fsP ization at tlte e3M"Ss^n y ora meeting here. Youth Organization Leaves Mexican General Zionists MEXICO CITY (JTA) —A split' within the General Zionist Organization of Mexico deepened here with the announcement that another section of the centrist move ment was joining"the ncwly-organized Progressive Party. Ceremony Marks Naming of Brazil Street After Dr. Herzl RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — A street in this country was hamed for TJieodor Herzl. founder of modern Zionism, at a ceremony attended by leaders of the city administration, of the Jewish community and hundreds of resident;. Jewish and non-Jewish of the city. 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LY, JULY 29. 1955 +Jeistnork*an Dr. Williams to be Feted on Return From Near East vice 'Y Jt r. N. franklin Willimms ieitlin to Report o\ Israel lenrj Scitlin, pioneer civic In lh Greater Mimi JewliiiurTitj and one of the or-| %  r Women local rf|"~>a %  Pi oneer Women.! jaUiering in BethJ egation, 935 Euclid 1 % %  unk'.-llfiach. Sunday eve1^1, fin the recent trip MBiw'im made to Israel. B"m inspected Pioneer pn... %  *•. in Israel and I Hapoalot nur>ns, Irade schools. and adult educaing her tour. nt/ is chairman. Dr. II. Franklin Williams, president of the University of Miami, and his wife will return from a tour of the Middle East where they visited eight countries together with other American educators, newsmen and religious and civic leaders. Dr. and Mrs. Williams joined 22 prominent men and women from nearly a score of American cities studying social and economic conditions in Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel, Turkey, Greece and Italy. They left the United States) on June 17 and are due to return to the Miami area Aug. 1. According to Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, the study tour was sponsored by the American Christian-Palestine Cbmjnitfe*. Dr. Williams and Mrs.Mc( afire* rp co^hair men of the Greater Miami Chapter. -it> nit] orarrftf or the returnin tion on TfHfrsdly>*enlhi;> AiR. 4.'scheduled Its mid-sum::; at San Sebastian residence hall,: PAG] Beach Lodge Luncheon Miami Beach Councilman Harold Shapiro will discuss "Israel—Old and New" at a meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Tuesday noon. Aug. 2, in the DiLido hotel. Michael Sossin will preside. S.- or Phone Mo NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9981 Lift INSURANCE NttDS Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 3200 S.W. 3rd ovt.-"at 5 Points' BULLS EYE Robert Baum, instructor in archery at the Lear School Day Camp, tallies up the points scored by James Samurim and Lois Ross after their match qame in the age old sport which is one oi the most popular activities at the camp. University afjjryils and cuinmuLear School Camp Schedules Carnival aj-Qcep -'. l ar School Day C r. m p has carnival [o Outdoor Forum to Atl tin Peace of Mind" the • ol a lecture Suntiui u at the Spinoza Outprum, llth St. and Ocean Abi ih im U'olfson, author r ' ComiDUIUty Relations Jay parson. UM president will Cf)Unci and formcrI heafk ( ,„„ ^dSL 0 1^7Tn y ';n ^ A ^,' 1 Fami| y %  •"*• Bureau and the and has designated Dr. Goddard to Mental Health Society. represent him a. the reception. Olnor Greater Miamians who Mrs. McCaffrey is in charge of j have participated in similar stuarrangements for the evening. dies of foreign lands include Hon. Numerous local civic and service George E. Holt, Mrs. McCaffrey organizations have already asked' and Rev. Kdward W. Ullrich. MIAMI'S ONt AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS IARGI STOCK ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I SHYING THE JtWISH COMMUNITY S/NCf 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS [OANS FOR IHE REPAIRS flnl ftf HftMCNI 9 MM mm %n M BANK INTEREST Rales DO N $2,500 Witt. • w mm TO RERAY. applitihoni at. iit l TIME PAYMENT (•MY! %  *!"• • HHl ft Or.„l ERCANTILE ***l BANK Q MIAMI 8IACM for Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. The grounds of the school at 1010 W< si avc. are being transformed into a complete carnival atmosphere with a main tent, side shows and booths'.-whece one can test their skill and chance. A full program of skits, songs and djnBgDstratgMi of-the campers programs* will be demonstrated wilii the featuru of the morning, a playlet by the 6 to 8 j group. Over 1 100 camperpi the school will al.so give exhibitions of arch try, swimming and fencing, as well as demonstrations of sailing and water safety. Proceeds of the days activities will be turned over to the Children's Variety Hospital, which ha\ been the favorite charity of the % Lear School and camp for many If ,-„.... r Nasatirs years. { Parents and friends of the camp % ers have been extended an invitation to join the festivities and partake in the program by Richard Lear, director of the camp. "•Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 M dial) fVltfc Various footoret NOW "A HtmiAGt Of MUSIC" by Re*. Sheldon Edwards Produced one' Dirtctod by SIMON SEIDEN 503 S.W. 17th 4ve. 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AY, JULY 29, 1955 *-b**l*tfhrMinr PAGE 5 Letters to the Editor The Jewish Floridian: l returned to town and read ndlin's column of July 15 editorial on the ZOA in li Floridian of the same \\Lipsky resignation was a I in a teapot and, as has vitcd in other Anglo Jewish' | nthe issues attempted ,i ted by Mr. Lipsky were against him by a majority several ZOA conventions, I which was in 1952. Un-I \.•• %  !> %  for Mr. Lipsky. he hasj tituency This is not meant ite Mr I.ipsky's monui ntributions to Zionism as that of the few individuals: ncd in his statement. i it also should appear that ino. who was reelected \ ... nth it vice president of the I js u't resigned or rejected y ce, and in fact, must have! ,1 $>f it since he listed it j redding announcement folJg his daughter's marriage. | wholeheartedly with the t that it is unfortunate so. many Jewish organizai.ere is a struggle of person|.with a conflict for leaderi unfair to say "that the ts demonstrated a lack of Lea since partition .'" Lt.sm has two roles. One is lihg of tasks and the other an ideology. Each Zionist in America has tasks. These include those of the by-now • ZOA House in Tel Aviv, Silver." Hadassah Hospital, Aliyah. the Histraduth, etc. tii nisi parties have the task n ng t'JA and Bonds for IsCanipaigns. far as ideology is concerned, ; i -lion was discussed at the* ~ i rid Zionist Congress held si I cm in 1951. It has been a ;i of constant discussion both j.d abroad It has not as yet resolved and will undoubtedfinite the main topic for fc.on at the next World Zionj.-igresnow scheduled for 1956, in Jerusalem, jre does, houvvc.-, remain the basic platforms of the program which concern leives with positive Jewish •a the Diaspora and the in"f Israel on a firm and safe ution. There is another field cannot be overlooked. The movement must be alert to red for creating the most favpublic opinion in America State of Israel. It Only i''"i Zionists who are daily ned with this. need. It is American Zionists who can • iily combat Arab propaganis only dedicated Zionists i. in true democratic fashr %  %  • %  their influence upon our istration and upon Congress, iiy for aid to Israel, but also fe.ent arming of Arabs and -tops which, if unheeded, mdermine Israel's security. re tasks which alone would the continuance of a vital t movement. Mindlin set forth the Van and Lehrman dinners as v two outstanding Zionist 's in this area in recent think that he has complete>ked the fact that the Mi~h District of the ZOA has been zUism 1 antUo the n ecessily for | Southeast ZOA For the forthcoming year the Tf* f^AnWAtlO U^rA local ZOA groups are arranging a W VWI list of qualified speakers whose services are bcins offered without Deen running weekly luncheon „i'. %  "* ,r,,r w "" JUt meeting for five months rach f^e to vanous synagogues, ceneach year, that the various ZOA dis trict.s in this area have been running monthly meetings, educating 1 tiis and temples for incorporation Leo It. Burson of Memphis, Tenn., president of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organizaand informing thousands 0 f our one by witn a clear voice b ut il is local residents of the developments not neard in the public place as into their adult education courses. I tion of America, this week anZionism still speaks as in days nounced that the 18th annual in Israel. once it was because of the absence This educational cultural work f blood and thunder. And we are ust continue. It may well be that JTTT? A \ ""^ m nd ? ne .Jucation and culture does not ££ ^ d fi f 0 "*" "* *£ fire enthusiasm, nor does i, mak( m endous emotional appeal II in headlines. The American Chris .ior to 1948. Southeast regional convention of the ZOA will take place in Miami Beach at the Delano hotel Sept. 2 through 5. SEYMOUR B LIEBMAN tian Palestine Committee or the American Zionist Council local group does not need me to defend Gen. BUMS Reippo'mted • them. However, let me say that •• •. • k .. T rL • t people such as Mrs McCaffrey, ,""** %  NOtlOttS TrUCt Chief Judge Holt, Rev. Ullrich and nil merous others "havi addressed lit erally thousands of non-Jewish groups, bringing to the non-Jewish community pertinent information of Israel and a favorable Atory' concerning it. ZOA groups x have sponsored many meeting's for the Bond campaign arid the J$wi*h Na tional Furid. The niimerou.s Ziwt .leaders who visit this area during.the win ter months Jiave issued statements which hve.jpp*wred in Jhe .public press. Grlij.mi is.oot;^ typj cal Jewish epmmuBjty since membership in the various ocganued Zionist, groups, now equal and in fact, in. some.. Xnsfances^ exceed their membership in ,194* The apathy that has hit other parts erf this country is not .present-' here. The growth in Zirymt membership shows that more.and -more people are being, alerted to'the-problems UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, the quie.t soft-spoken Canadian who, during the last year has headed the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine, has been reappointed to that post for another year. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, who is in Geneva, had the announcement f the reaprfr:.%  point merit issued here. In a IpU, ter to Gen. Burns, the Secretary General wrote: "I have deeply appreciated the efforts which you have made during the past year to maintain and to strengthen 'the '~ A work of the Truce Supervision" Organization. I extend to you my %  best wishes in your further^efforts and I assure you of my eo.v tinued support in your highly responsible post." 9/ on yc /Q insur your ed savings MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Miami Beach's oldest and largest savings institution eLincoln Rd. and Washington Ave. • 71st and Harding Ave. • 665 Washington Ave. — or save by mail THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT Continued from Page 4 was infuriated by Eisenhower's proposal to the Russians at Geneva for mutual aerial photography. Knowland. a powerful Republican leader, admitted thai neither he nor other party forces had been approached by the President to discuss their views on this matter before he left for the summit. But it is common knowledge that the Democrats were invited for long pre-Geneva huddles. The Dunn-Yates contract, a scandal hushed by the general press, had the President's firm support until a few weeks ago; how he ardently opposes it, aligning himself with those "pink New Dealers." The President's pal. Air Force Secretary Talbott, is in hot water for favoring, a firm with government contracts, from which he drew a pithy $65,000 annually during the last two years; the President "instructed'' his advisors Monday, upon his return from Geneva, that he wants to be fully informed on the current Senate investigation into this matter. 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A. PAGE 4 Published every Friday .Inc. 1927 by th. Jjw|.h Floridian at 1* N. E Sixth Street. Ma ml 2? F 'p"t Entered a. .econd-clas. !" tt ^ ju &,Vf Mai^h S 18W. Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of MaII.1..W* OFFICEandPLANT-120NE.SixthS.ee, TplPohones 2-1M1 2-8Z1/ raiDAY. JULY 2S During The Week .. .* %  i s Telephone RATES: • s u One Year FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher Volume 2 9 LEO MINDLIN News Editoi Negev-Yarkon Line and New Life By LEO MINDLIN REP JAMES Rooievell <>f California tried about two week* J assure the tact that arms currently -h. PP e d ,7% ll w r be UMd in aggression against the SUW, ur i; cvelfs move was blocked and turned away .,( f0Urie -; p Uts me in mind ol a recent letter1 received from him ,„ ., discussed New Eastern affairs. It is difficult, of course, f or J know whal il m the mind of the present Administration. Mr. Friday. July 29. 1955 vt n a{l>r thotight. he added: 'Trankly. I am in thmough di ment with their approach to the whole problem.' Continuing with random observations about working for program "within the limits of true non-partisanship in foreign a Mr Roosevelt told me: "I want to be constructive, and I d 0 ^ thai mere criticism in international affairs is not helpful to ouri B S C B P T I 0 N $3 00 Two Year. $5 00 Ab 10. 5715 tr> On July 19. the President of Israel opened his country's new Neqev-Yarkon pipeline—an irrigation venture which will bring some three billion gallons of water to the Jewish State's parched Southland I suppose the California Representative has since been bidin|| AA ,fcl. lnnd to the tiny portion that had been „,„„„ tot he proper moment to level more than % %  „*„, n d A .1,!! ;„ 948 bv a presumably conscin>II1 :i ,. UI1> the present Administration in its manner of ous-stricken world. £££t wSh *. conquered.A** %  n. This is no ordinary pipeline. From the hislions fe i, nothing in the wake oi tne that its Libera tion and which they now covet. alloted them in 19481 by P r sum n { aqainst J££ ££{ ern problems. His move in Congress to ach.eve g their from the Arab* Ml the defensive use of U.S. arms is a case in. But it Mr Roosevelt'i intelligence with regard to our foreign hu been continually insulted by Republican opportunism he rriy| the fact that he is not alone. torical point of view, one may say opening brought to fruition the age-old vision Covetousness and sloth for countless generapersonal solace in THt REPUBLICAN COMMON HAROLD STASSEN, Foreign Operations Administration of the Prophet Isaiah who said ha. the desert <^ ve N ched and seemingly, ^; before s^te committee early this week .o report"! shall rejo.ee. and blossom as the rose. ^ orth less and only the Jewish urge to suiJPJ ^ ^ ^ a atuJn ^^ stlbl|lty wi|hin the m] vive translated into honest and courageous yMrg This it ^^j, „, rae> j s n optimistic statement that can a j .„;n mnlrp of it Drecisely what "stagger ones credulity; for one thing, it fails to take into aceoiat( Israeli ^ d ^ VOr ^ ^ZjZLJs shall .nfl.mm.bl. atmosphere established in the Near East by an unre* Isaiah foresaw: ... for in the wilderness snau ^^ there-one that reminds me of the immoral heyday of the| waters break out and streams in the desert. • • lsh Empire and that is slowly but surely choking Israel into ecu And ft. raM omd d ft. Lo,d.hnU mj | ~%X^^£J£J~' et ** ^ *' In any ease, this was Mr. SUuuea't position before the Senate i mittee. arid it certainlyjoltedI his part**? colleague* who. fheWi But there is more to the Negev-Yarkon project than that. Fulfilling the modern dream of a courageous and determined people, the pipeline is destined to feed more than half of Israel's land area. Out of the life-giving waters quenching the thirst of a desert that lay fallow from alien neglect for twenty centuries will come new sources of strength for the Jewish State. And it is particularly fitting that the Negev should come to mean these things to the Israeli peopie. For they fought hard and labored heavily to Principal of Justice Emphasized After many years of difficult negotiations, the Committee for Jewish Claims on Austria has finally reached a S21,000.000 settlement, which will compensate the many Jews who became the victims of Austrian oppression following Anschluss. To be congratulated is Dr. Nahum Goldmann, who headed the committee in the arduous and frequently stalled and suspended meetings with the Austrian government. There is no doubt that the 521.000.000 represents a pittance of the actual losses suffered by the Jewish community there. But it was more a matter of principle—of moral equity and justice—than of massive settlement, and this point the Jewish Claims Committee has won triumphantly. come to Zion with songs and everlasting joy upon their heads That the Arabs now confuse the world by Austria Chancellor Julius Raab's position all along has been that his government was. itself, the victim of Nazism and therefore not liable for the grievances against the Jewish community. But history—which the Austria Chancellotcan hardly deny—teaches otherwise. Indeed, history teaches how Raab. among others, welcomed the Nazis and became their filling instruments of oppression. are trained to accept only pessimist*? views'on Israelstatu.; Dirksen. illustrious Illinois Republican, who looks somewhatdemandina the Neqev as their price for peace matinee idol and occasionally s6unds like one sneaking \iblut> ei Negev-Yarkon line. exists hat son^n, in opper governmental echelons "has been This enormous effort is a mighty milestone in' an( | '""V" 1 ,oan ( atomic material is a sop to soothe the sad .,.,.,. of Israels recent late at the hands of U.S. foreign policy. Israels brief.-history and may be compared Bu it strikes me there is more here than that. The agrert on a grander scale to the significance of the prima facie evidence of our government's Identification with fcf building of the Suez and Panama Canals. The an ^ son, a "y Western nation of predominantly Western .,_->, T ._ ..i._r u 11 iurgedb> Ihtf.^cyrlgjBl.of history—an extension of \\e>tor*. rjpW!i!mj"Wirre-prpelme presents a chaUenge in the Near EasF tliis is precisely what boy genius Byroaai to all of us to continue our efforts in behalf of demned in his April, 1954 address and what. I am sure, serve*all generation of their nation. Dnvid Ben Gurion understood the significance of the Negev, when he moved into brief a brave and invincible people. j The conclusion of the S21.000.030 settlernerR %  tioesn t whitewash Raab; nor does it properly compensate Austria Jewry's victims. But it does say that hislory can not be rewritten according* to personal'whim—at least not successfulry— and that those who have been injured will not be totally forgotten. The Price May be Even Higher Hate master Conde McGinley has apparently failed to learn his lesson. The notorious publisher of "Common Sense" was recently fined S3Q.C00 in a verdict brouqht against him by a Newark. N.J., judge for libeling Rabbi Joachim Prinz there. Last week, McGinley appeared before a Polish National Home rally in Elizabeth, N.J., to announce that President Eisenhower is "completely subservient to Jewish plotters." The hate publisher is indeed fortunate that the President of these United States has been much too busy of late to concern himself with the opinions of a bigot. Else he might have found himself one of these days before another judge somewhere in Washington. And who can tell what the current market demands as the price for libeling %  President? JUST PiAlH OlD-FASMONtD PIRACY basis for the grant of fissionable material. Compare this with American arms aid to the Arab rountr* its face, there appears to be an unfavorable balance.-Arm* w_ Arabs >P eil aggression against Israel and facit U.S. approval aggression But calm deliberation as readily elicits another pan our government's recognition of Israel's fundamental ethnic Hi uuU itreliance on Israel's ultimate contribution t<> th ol -ciermhc information. + ACOMRADUN SPIRIT I HAD rntber be considered a comrade in spirit than a com" arms. The Soviet was our comrade in arms during World w f" the French were (.ur comrades in *pirit. In this regard, future ta-m the present period may verj well place Israel in a twofold P s %  spiritual bridge spanning the wide gulf between a modem and a medieval Near East and as pawn in the game to .n a tr ally Breaeheroue and unreliable Near East allegiance. These roles appear mutually to cancel one another The el that tbey are coming dangerously close to di But U.S forei| fashioned b) the Republican ^mj*tj nai relied and continues to rely on the temporary < \i '" f bilities with little long-term ill-effect, irward the Republican Party's rule by confusion II 1certain.) true that a change i> due in the N< should not al all i>.. surprised if our government enterinto %  t with I,rae! in the not too distant future. But it is •m British rather than America* s,n '' Tto e tense military climate the •'''"•' 'li "i British tr.mipulatii.il suitable to its future djBW! • ments with Israel will be largely accident.il and na f effect in tins regard j; THE ATTRACT/ON Of 0PP0S/TES J *J I DO not h,re pr.a.t. for confusion. I merely itate eorifl iblican order, which may muddle through. There 1hapPT i ,' n t f,,r examples 1 have listed illuUJ 1 there are others: Prior to the Geneva conference. John Foster Dalle* 4 soviet Willingness to negotiate by observing that internal *• Plagues the Red regime. President Eisenhower remarked on th* might and the "new climate of friendliness." California Sen. Continued on Pate S



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PAGE 14 SELIGIOUS DIRECTORY fiSSRST Miami Beach I'ounci man HnTOl I s^; r „ S i. .Mi •a?" Weekly ical portions on Wednedw evening. Auiu* 3. Shapiro Will llHWI "*"'" '"' TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollywood urw ,„ %  hj, mud IripW Israel will hold Fridaj evening services md discuM "Israeli Armed ran at 8-30. Rahhi David Shapiro WHI ,„, parade." officiate and It ymposiuni on SiU1 Genet, Miami Beach i are at 9. Rabbi Alfred officiate and discus.s the Portion. Mincha is at 6 p.m. lowed by a lecture on Ethics of the Fathers. folwill Moore will direct the choir CIFFEI1 NDUSTRIES, INC. CORAL GABLES, f LQRID A %  Whal Judaism Meanto Me Par, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Saturday morning Bervices are at 10:46. • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA{"j^ ,,, TION will hold Fridaj evening Klsed on th( weeklj Portion Kidservices at 6 p.m. Saturday morn() ^ h fg]i 0 ws. Daily morning serving services are at 9. Mincha will lces are at 9 am be at 6 p.m.. followed by ShalOS Seudos. in 1 • %  %  — be chairman Oi t*e ; '< assisted bj Jack Wagner and iipinatin" will be William Blumen. Su&5 Ford and Jack ** ^Goldworm Report, on the^ur (1W oneg Shabbat will follow satrt nt membership drive headed! oj .rday morning services are at ft Benjamin Appd %  be-heard. sermon will be He rbert B Linick. president of the organisation, will preaUta BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Mincha will be at Candlelighting Time Ab 10 — 6:4 p.m. Proceeds tor Children MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND Mrv Rac hcl Sakowit/. president CONGREGATION will hold Friday OI n „ v chapter. Mizrachi Women. evening services at 6:30 Saturday W ednc.day announced a Moonlight morning services are at 8:30 SerSail „ n th e -Seven Seas Dreammon will be based on the Weekly boir from pj e r 8 Sunday. July si. Portion Dailv services are at 7:30 at 5 pm proceeds will go to the 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Dailj services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE Will hold Saturday morning serviceat 8:45. Rabbi Yaakot R will preach on the Weekly Portion oi the 1 TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening sen ices at ; urday morning services arc Dailj services will be held in the chapel at 8 a m. and 7 p.m. a.m. and 6:30 p.m. BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald will officiate, assisted bj the choir. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:90 Morton w Breitbart will officiate in the abi sence of Rabbi Abraham Heron Saturday morning services are at 0 Kiddu-h will follow. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening • al 6 30 Saturday morning services ; ;; 45 Re\ Rudolph Brill will officiate in the 1 ol Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz. Children's Village and School in Ranana. Israel. Farm SUBCONTRACTOR-SPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALLATION ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF OEC| ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH 4 TILE VENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUP INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPINGI COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSULATIC EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESK SOLAR WA TER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL Boosid FOR 2-5 YEARS 2u*Uti}-Sewlct-T > 'tiu FREE ESTIMATES Two New Hadassah Groups Formed Locally MrWilliam Lee, group 1 Kl sion chairman, ol the Grt ater Miami Chapter ol Hadassah, announces the organization ol two new Ha dassah Groups in the Miami area These groups will be known as the Torah Group and the Albert Einstein Group. Mrs, Sidney I.efcourt has been elected president of the Torah Group, and Mrs. Edward Kanter Ever will officiate, with Cantor| wl1 ) P;. eMde over the Albcrt Ein Fishel Lutman rendering the musis,c n Grou P, ... cal portions of the liturgy. At 6:30 B,,,h ?WIP plan an intensive p.m.. the Rabbi will discuss Ethics membersh.p campaign throughout of the Fathers. Mincha foil. ASat the summer months. 7. Daily services will be at 8 a.m.' and 7 p.m. with Sunday morning TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Friday eveninf • al ob ll Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus, will officiate, with Cantor Jacob Bornstein rendering the musical portionol the liturgj AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 7. Saturdaj morning services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac services scheduled for 9. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening serviceat 630. Saturday morning services are at 830 Mincha will be at 7 p.m., followed by Maariv at 7 35. ISRAELITE CENTER WJM hold Friday evening services at 6 Saturday morning sen ices are at 8 30 Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy and officiate in the absence of Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Evening services are at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before sundown. AIR CONDITIONING N u A 9 e Discounts on Major Appliances FILTERS 40% OFF for all Air Conditioners 1667 ALTON RD„ MIAMI HACK PHONE JE 4-4349 ]Wtte^VfcMpr *tt Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky ices at 8:15. Leonard Kimball will' "•"' jl '" 3 ,s Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLC nQhtractCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus I Reserves Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 -2?>^ v k If you had the money which would you choose? What'i your iondett dieam? A deep-eea tutting trip? A vacation in Europe or a new car? Sending your children to college or buying a beautiful new home? II you open a eavinge account in Dada Federal Savinge and Loan Aseociation oi Miami —and add to it regularly—your dream, whatever it may be, will eomeday come tmel flight now more (ban 47.500 Greater Miami loJJri put weir laringi into INSURED SAVINGS accounii in one of the 4 convenient o/licei of DADE FEDERAL There are good reaeone lor this preferencethree good reaeone. in (act: 1. You get excellent returns. Thai', became Dade Federal inveete moot ol its lunda la sound. Heady-paying borne mortgagee. Your savings in Dade Federal currently earn 3'. per annum lor you. compounded eemiannually. 1 Your money is a* tale) • ••• taB ** lie protected by good management one substantial reserve.. And it's Insured up to $10,000 by tbo Fedoral Savinge and U>m Insurancs Corporation—an agency el • U.S. Government. 3. Yours dealing witk responsible Popl ol your own home town. riioadlr poop* People who really know—and care aboet you and your com m unity. And here • another point: When ijgg* *S£ ing oi BUYING. IUTLDING. HEFINANCW* REPAIRING or REMODELING a borne. '• m *J bar to consult tbo triendly loan mn*J* Dade FsderaL Ttsey eon show you bow ossy it is to secure low coot low rate, ea.y %  E? payment DADE FEDERAL HOME FINANCW* Drop in soon at your nearest Dade Federal otiice. ToalJ be glad you did! DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AccoraH EARN dividends twice a year for you of the current rate of 3% perosNin MAIN OfflCc 43 N.l. PrfU Avtrtue Dade Federal faekp? *tfj@*K &<&)< fond AllAPArtAH IRANCH 1400 N.W. 36lh Street |l "^B TAMIAMI SIANCH 0I S.W. l.gMt. S,r..| 1 Q JOSEPH M. UPTON, Pi tCHSON CtNTfS SIANCH RESOURCES EXCEED 80 MILLION DOLLARS



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JUi Miami Israel Bonds Names Block And Schwartz to Committee Staff Appointment f Get nKin Block to th ler Mi i • i rporation for 1ST Schwartz who worked in th I... •> i in 1951 I ,ne ublic relations I i i • %  I in pul il act a~ a field r< | "•'• (ll >.-. %  %  I ol Miami I ,,, lor m tne 5outh< I for the Al j4 y • iduated fi licine, ••. ol Miami with an VB L'niversitj and the AmerI re ived an MA degree Iron york University in sommu *nion -1nity organization and social paywas the South Florida reprei logs live for the Jewish Th He received a certificate rrtn Scmin n „, America In 1950. he Cornell L'niversitj School ol .. „.. .strial and Labor Relations, u was campaign director for th Jw a member of the American Socioish Home (or the Afled in Greater logical Society and Society for AnMiami. plied Anthropology. ^ veteran of World War II. he Block was chairman of the inter or oj h< faith committee of the student or trw d v uu g; nization at the University of MM Third Army and later of the ton ami ami was chairman of the Hiliel j >tabulary in Germany during the Foundationinterfaith committee ear | v years of the Occupation He is a former vice president and 1 __ program chairman of the Young 1 Adults Group of the Coral Gabies Friedman Oft to Sweden Jewish Center and served on thej Marvin Friedman, son of Mr and Dade County slum clearance com%  Mrv Ruben Friedman, formerly of mittee. Pittsbiirg, i* here for a short stay A veteran of World War II; with his parent* Block served in the Information' an(1 y0 Ul and Education division during 'he brother at 121 upation ol Germany in 1946 su isth rd. afBlock la member ol B'nai B 'nth e completing the Zionists ( W0 years as a Schwartz, a local resident for 22 scholarship -in• • ars, %  > North ., (•„,. i arol SI te Colletji in electrical versit) ol Chi neerii eived AB ai BS degrees from %  h wi | | rsit; ol He was study ln Sweden, QUIP Of IHl rVffK One "f Hollywood* < had ii e show u| i of tickefj ighi to the mayor <>f that he brine !u> ha(l uc The mayor returned the tickets with a courteous lettei thai m i le it im for him to -< i Ihe open • but he would purchase two tickets for the I par it there v S. tl. Fri aai HIBB.E W BOOK |J 417 WaakMston A,,., MJJI Bef wee* fourth ani fjJTj HfBREW RUICIOUS UM far SyMf^wct and AIM tor Hebrew Sch3 I St Telephone J! 1MM All CIITIM{|J I Cv&'.-Cuic Irwin Block C 0 I 0 R I D 'Day Workers— Young Unifo--med So Fire High Type Domet-tic Weekly Wa.d Hotel Help. Portert. Mi>m. Rettaurant Help. Kitchen Ace Employment Service PHONES 3607 9-360S Sinc^aJ901 ORKIN vcTusan. by PALM DBTBBUTOB8. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St. Mkzml 87. Who's Who in American Col, and I ni versifies,' cron Delta Kap Friedman under the auspices of the American Scandi a ":inc.I for Adult Educa A; ri his return he expects n | to resume histudies at the I'n.w r m| SJtj Of (hi. : INSPECTIONS and ESTIMATES gW*wTERIITE CONTROL Call 2-1776 Member of I nai I'rirh Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ NI t WT Schwartz pa, Theta OmirT B „.„ cron pi, Alpha 57 Keporfed Killed as L5S U .„d S tok m an a d *"'"'" Shoof Down Plane numerous other campuorganizaContinued from Pao* 1 SSJS 5JX2L1, It STSS KTBK ,r m H ,h ; [ D jj iotn ,reek Army DlviatOfl Head' quarters in Greek Macedonia The Schwartz is state secretarj oi the riiinn ^*,A .K„ I ^iii oi\ isjon vj /j \fiQ Diane was vr#n %  Florid., chapter Oi the Public HeM a s( n lations Societj oi America, and a crasn '" "• ,ini '> on Bulgarian member ol the Government, Arnar M "' and Florida Public Relations The plane had taken off from Associations. He also is a member J Vienna's Schwechat Airport early Oi the American Institute of ManWednesdaj lor Istanbul its last iont and of the American Mar stop before preceedtltfl to Lydda keting Association He is listed m n i srae i Who's who m the South and ., Southwi BUigana has an ajr corridor^>ver He is a member of the hoard ol W, ch lt r!; n l ,1;in indttding those of Ute U.S Pan American are permuted to fly ,,„ Hie Vien na Istanbul route c Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD Enlronce on Washington Avenue Phone JE 8-7425 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across from Scars fru forking in Rear Phone 82 2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES 40&&&4 CREAMED COTTAGE CHEE ^AMIDCOTTA ivUGUST BROS fcy. Is the 6f ST' Capita! Hwto.. • I Rabbi Tibor H. Stern has been named spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation. Internationally known as a scholar, Rabbi Stern comes to Miami Beach on the recommendation oi Chief Rabbi Isaac Halevy Herzbg and Rabbi Leo Jung. 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ieut)lk>rtarKHL FRIDAY.JUIY 28' PAGE 6 ON THE nwunionowm — U.S. is 'Al Capone Gangster'--Dr. Fawzi TREASURY OF PHILOSOPHY. Edited by D**** %  *" %  ,28 DO New York: Philosophical Library. 1955. $15.00. By HILARY MINDLIN THIS HEAVYWEIGHT volume is a coUectiou ol philosophical ings. ranging generally from the 8th Century BT ... the pn including Astern think,.as well as the betteivknown Western pUlo£ta7 Represented among the nearly 400 entries are them, or Hebrew scholars, the Greeks and Roman, severalol the Chtistian theologians, and of course the brightest stars from the wide galaxj ol SSSSSS beginning .1 the Renaissance and continuing to our turn A number of lesser lights, little known and almost forgotten, also DM their wav into the book. One" would think the book would overwhelm by sheer ate alone, surely it must have been an arduous task to comp.le. Yet I find praise coming hard to w per. Perhaps I would have preferred a more judi, ous editing, reprinting at greater length and with sounder selection -ic concepts for which each man is known Such a system wouw ubtedly be at the expense ol the many little men Included, and i uld be a small price to pa) As ;t is. the choice ol excerpts does .. ,-m often random, and nearly always, scanty. Bul ] Dave n >ific objections For a man who set mmseii „ b, Dr Kiinehas made some surprising omissions ,,.,, i s Mat I. whose "Hellenism and Hi iss c in cultural observation? His frii W hj not I rich 11 the this. Mahmoud IMri, Egypfi \" T .,and onetime chic. to the IN. decided, be turning I m BU participation in the San Francisco meetings, to visit oM *J his headquarters and to tell newsmen all about the new a den and marvels that are Ing accomplished in the land ol Revolutionarj Council, in a smiling and exuberating Fawzi excelled Foi more than %  half hour he heaped praise and I upon the N.is-er (,o\ernment which, he said, was commemorating its third anniversary on July 23 Fawtl -poke about land reform — How the Government was ,,.,, |ng the poor from the domination of the too rich, some "I whom had owned complete villages about tree cooperative systems and the building of high dams He then spoke ol Egypt's i xcellent relations with Contii i hina and ol his country's sire to live m true c imradship with all p< ace loving nations it vi.is this latter statement of his that prompted me to speak U) ,,, pawzi the unanimousI, approved San Praneieco I lanUon called UPOfl all nations to live in pence and amity with then neighbors. Might I ask if this applies equally to Egypt relationship with he* neighbor Israel"' And what was Kawzis reply? •\\r do not recognize the State ,,1 Mael A little later. I asked again: "Dr Fa** fan you tell iis Whether Eg) pt recognizes the 59th IN member State to the extent that the I'nited Nations has recognized Israel? "My answer to that is in the negative." Fawzi somewhat sheepishly replied. With this blunt afUWer constituting a flagrant disregard on the part of : I the UN itsell Egypt's Foreign Minister nave himself away For up until || \i b leadtri have been clamofii VH resolutions •We will not make peace with i ,t ,i." they have constant!) cried, "until the Israelis accept the UN resolution( n the borders and the i n u„ alization of Jerusalem" Fawzi lets the cat out of tktl and reveals that the-e Anal mantis meant nothing, thai Arab States never had ami tent ions of accepting Israel, resolutions or no re,.,| u l011 J Fawzi's belligerency J only confined lo Israel. Hn cd contempt for the Unitedj in a manner that pi^ed Soviet Union on a much moral pedestal. He cumpanjl U.S. to "an Al ( a pone gaM getting "protection for %  and smaller nations" through] various regional agreen obvious p r o-Soviet mla only pointed to soroeuuifj column has stated on "pr casions. namely. The EaS —soon to be in full control j Suez—have made a cow. a s, %  eentejjL, our State Depan I.isonhower—like tin placed its head deepa! Imrni..g sands Sublime." how in the world c bit ol Tradition and tl I nition of Culture" are worthy. r> r i to include sumcritics, wl re %  BUT UNFORGIVABLE m such an antholo i ii the absence ol d, particularly when Jung and Adler are allowed in ribe i ilnst Fi which came out last year n ai Dr Runes quotes his high school sweetheart i thai a man who believes that "some muddle headed Vien n which is a gold mine to the sexliti llj be expected lo include said doctor in his l 257 ;indeed the reason, il is a shameful one ilers ol this up. ol book to be trustworth) and not lid i" intrude and dictate selecti Xhi lered alphabetically, which seemto me the i\ %  iabli waj ol ordering the volume Had the order been chronor instance, the reader would have been able to see what dtfas wen b i iborated al the same time over the world. well as follow their development throough the year Even if they ountry, the format would have been more reasonable. etical index can always be added for the reader who wants lool UP 8 specific writer. The biographical sketches for each philosopher are concise and The book is practically a philosophical library in minutiae. en with its drawbackUndoubtedly it is worth having, not so much r reference value as for pure collection a glimpse of a writer's style. his life, and something ol what concerned him. SAM MM III — Court Reverses its Stand on Valuables rhe U.S. Court of 1 lls here. • • .ii in it nt judicial tribui municipalities not liable with wiry, silverware and metal objects such as gold watches that • compulsorily delivered to municipal pawnips bj the Jewish owners during the Nazi era German Jews were forced to surrender "all objects in their possession made of gold, paltinum. silver, precious stones or pearls" within a two-week period after promulgation of a Nazi "law" in Feb ruary, 1939. in the pogrom atmosphere following the burning of Germany's synagogues Among the treasures and family heirlooms that poured into the coffers of the Nazi pawnshops were ritual objects— Sabbath candlesticks. Hanukah lamps. Kid dush cups. Havdalah spice boxes—by the tens of thousands. The Jewish owners received an absurdly small amount that was. moreover, often paid into a "blocked account." Today the municipalities claim that they should net be held responsible because their pawnshops wen then acting as "agents of the Reich." That LEOXVl'TT EMiMAX — Pessimism Seems Unfair l< Humanity, Benny Tells 0 • • Jack Benny WM being honored by the Beverly Hills Pol*| pertinent when an ofticer exclaimed "What a dull week burglaries, no murders, no fights, not even any traffic violatia tinkeeps up. they'll l>e laying BOflM of us off." Don't lie such a pessimist." Jack told the officer 'SomdH bound to happen I've still got faith in human natut. • • • • • Of orators Kddie Cantor said: "What they lack in depth ihejj you in length." • • • • • The lawyer was explaining the case to the jurors among was G eor gia Jessel Indicating the dazzling blonde defendant! attorney said: "This young lady is suing a gentleman for because he stole a kiss You are to decide how much she awarded. Any questions?" Jessel raised his hand and asked: "How can we decide the' of her kisses without a sample?" • • • • • Comic Sam Levenson is a short man but does nol brood this fact At a dinner be attended recently he found himself -ur by an unusual number of tall actors. "Don't you feel rather a] among all these hig men" somebody asked him N' I do," Levenaon answered promptly "1 feel lilt I] among %  lot Of pennies • • • • • Harpo Marx sums up politics as "the art of looking for finding II everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and apply ing tbel contention was r jected bj the Court ol Restitution remedii \i 11 ils in a 1950 test sun brought by Mrs Rose • • • • • Mosckowitz, who had received a total ol 13 from Talking about a famous Bollywood producer who tuual Iver hit film in years, Hen Bechl commented: "He can cdmpres* del words Into the smallest ideas of any man I ever met • • • • • He who laughs last." comments Jerry Lewis, "usually has a I tooth out." George Jessel any samples? Sabbath candlesticks and 11\ %  silver bowls The Court found the City ol Nuremberg liable for damages plus interest under both the Restitution i.aw and the German Civil Code German pawn shops were an integral and indivisible part of the city administration, it noted, and the actions of the pawn agency officials are therefore properly charge able to the municipality. Although this decision was handed down with binding force five years ago, by the tribunal of last resort, the German courts simply refused to follow it. Instead, the German cities principally affected banded together and hired a battery of legal talent. Their obstinacy was rewarded some weeks ago: The U.S. Court of Restitution Appeals, as one of its last decisions before terminating its operations as an independent all American tribunal, repudiated its own 1950 findings. ttORMS VtfOMfl MM HI If LEWES — Akaba Proves State Department Fears Israel's determination to keep the port of Eilath in the Gulf of Akaba open to the shipping of the world is in keeping with the fundamental principle of the Freedom of the Seas. Yet, such is the abiding cynicism in the Middle East today, that re t a single maritime power has come to the supp rt of the Jewish State in its resolve, even by givit encouragement. In fact, some of them have <:> pressed their displeasure at the warning sounded ir Tel Aviv that force would be used to break any attempt at an Egyptian blockade in a round about fashion; they do not dare to attack it openly. Some of the Arab-fearing officials of the State Department in Washington have the temerity to suggest that it is some kind of a stunt; according t' the New York Times, they have expressed the opinion that it "might be motivated by the impendwhen they were obviously asked whether the I'nited States was in favor of stopping the free passage of the Gulf of Akaba, these same officials hastened to say: Oh no. the I'nited States did not recognize Egyptian claims to the rights of an active belliger ent, which would entitle her to sei/e ahlpa bound for Israel through the Straits of Akaba. the Suez Canal ask. why these officials necessary to maki an election stunt. Late Czech President's Posthumous Views Told The fight which Vladimir Soloviev, leading Russian pW conducted on behalf of the Jewish religion during the Czar* is revealed in "The Spirit of Russia." a two-volume study by %  Masaryk. late President of democratic Czechoslovakia The study, ten by the scholar-statesman years before Caechoslovaku was by the Nazis and Communism, has now been published in this by Macmillan. It discloses that upon his deathbed. Soloviev begged his to keep him awake so that he could pray for the Jews To tfc* Philosopher, the Jewish problem was a Christian problem ,. tamed that it was not the Jews, but the Christians, who cre*w*i cult of the golden calf. He argued that true Jewish principle* I 1 hristumty. and that true Christian principles lead to JudiJH advocated a union of churches in which the Jews should UM pUce. i He considered Russian Jews the best section of world Je*J hey have maintained their religious principles in "&<"'*' the Jews m the Western European countries The son %  or by any other route. If that was so. then onV.night suicn.!^,' 811 W Was a *<*" !" Moscow University, tf ask. whv these nffi.-i:.u „„„*;,! 1 L _. & : a P considered that it necessary to make those remarks about it all beint an i>luMi>>n aunt •" %  % %  At least it must be said that neither the French !,v~ e r,t K sh cK havc been imputin u ,terior !" : tives to Moshe Shafts .announcement that if any attempt were made to close the port of Eilath by force, "Israel would not hesitate to use force to jH-eak the blockade, since free passage is our right" no/a as the greatest philosopher the world eV^H He "had a large fellowship among those in Russia who snW"3 theory of a (ree theocracy." And one of his basic i n, re 7,,7 3 interest in the Jewish question, which he considered orff w momentous among the complex of Russian problems X The importance of this question for Russia depended %  £ 2?. ^*.i** 1 ,hal th ^ were about 8.000.000 Jews in W equal to th total population of Belgium. As early as If* at i>c Petersburg University, he discussed the universal aiw significance of Judaism. Later, he frequently lectured on ^ "on in Moscow.



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Y. JULY 29, 1955 JmHtn^kM^i PAGE 9 to&* / s ••• ••" %  -. i '.'• f am. ling with pride in their project, the iy of Brandeis University, durinq tha H annual conference of the National ken's. Committee of Brandeis University khree local delegates seen with members of the faculty: Emanuel GUbert, director of public relations, Mrs. Samuel Oberstein, Dean Clarence Q. Bergar. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, president of the Greater Miami Chapter, and Mrs. Sara Holland. Human Relations Chair at Brandeis WALTHAM, Mass. — Establishment of ,a Chair in Human Rehtions at Brandeis University in memory of the late Atlanta communal leader I. M. Weinstcin was announced this week by University officials. Made possible by a grant to the university by A. J. Weinberg and, .Joseph Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., the' I. M. Wcinstein Chair in Human Relations will enable Brandeikol bring additional faculty in the human relations field to its School of Humanities Both Weinberg and Jacobs are' associated with the National Linen Service Of Atlanta, of which the > late Mr. Wettaatein w.is the found1 er. The Weinstcin Chair in Hu-J man Relations is a fitting memor-' lal to the late.I. M. Weinstcin who for many yean has been a beloved figure in communal and philanthropic activities in Atlanta," Dr. Sachar, president of Brandeis IM versify declared. "This new Chair will enable the University to stimulate objective research and Instruction in a most important area


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PAGE 12 'Jenistiftor'dr&r FRIDAY. JULYJ 'SO EFFECTIVE AND UNIQUELY' Dulles Cites B'nai B'rith for Contributions to United Nations WASHINGTON John Faster Dulles, is. Secretary of State, issued a citation to B'nai B'rith iraisiag the order tor its efforts o make known the principles of the United Nations Charter, il was dis, (I at B'nai B'rith lers here. A citation was also issued to the B'nai B'rith WCmcn by Secretary Dulles, in the citation, he expressed special gratitude to the American non-governmenlal or ganizations whose representatives contributed "so effective!) and uniquely" to the success "t the headquarfirsl United Nations Conference held m San Francisco in IMS continuing efforts „l tiit r, 'P rc contributed W effective |j and uni iuelj to the succa he l|st i | ited Nations ConferFrancisco Ui 1945. !,,,.„ (irtani/atu.ns 1 nited %  h<4X|1 Ja | Mni i .mmficmtly over the pasl decade to bring about cveryiruer understanaUng of Ih i ations, its operations and it! purposes, itlimitations (unities B'nai B'rith is B constit member oi the Coordinating Board ol Jewish Organizations which has consultal tus as a non ental body with tlu nomic ai il I ouncil ol United Nations Sii i the B'nai B'rith Women's Sup incil ii.h i.l seen onsen r status with the I nited N i The B'nai B'rith delegation i l men and women were pres nt at the special I N w aion held in San Francisco last month to brate the tenth anniversary ql the iigning ol ( hart, l B'nai B'l %  I • %  '% %  %  • %  "• ''' %  throughout th %  world I) planning a number ol i rams to mark the obsen i ; i nited N itions Deo ni ial D ,,,, Qcl 24 On this date ten y< n the 1 nited Nation.' I : > went into effect B'nai B'rith has total :i *'" les I S,. follows ol tinCornim Sevsi v i.sh to express n • dee| %  mak. I he pi %  the nited Charter vil th< itizens .'i this countrj %  '' ih,' v large I • |. j precise*, this kind of de[ort, -hi ability to Btruf[Ice for peace, day il i i and year out, i tratea anew the resources %  >! strength in the Amerple I am confident that the program tri the voluntary org so ably expre-, n wju rf factors in the marchtf9 tmn toward an era of IMJ and good will' LONGDI MOVER! DAILY PICK-UPS' New Yerk, Nt j er „ •> 'Mlk, toltimnr;, ft^U Albany, lesion. Pry,^7 e4 I hwt}\ %  &*WJ Right-off... you know your money business is in the hands of one of the strongest* bonks in the Nation. And, in line with sound banking policies, our facilities and services ore modern in every detail and our entire organization is geared to render you a sincere and personal service. Whatever your banking requirements may be, we welcome your account whether it be large or small, and believe that... After your first transaction at this bank you too, nill enjoy Banking on a just onr aaeatater tep up from I Ijjlrr Sifff t' buMot corner at' THE FLORIDA !" lAND TRUST COMPANY ... At Miami Alfre d I. duPont Building /Member: Federal Reserve System %  --%  n *Our Capital and S rp.u, in Rat.o J-l. .1 %  T" ^^ C rp ra ^ %  "• "— G ~" Deposits and Loan* Make, ThH One of the Strong *>* In tht **



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IY, JULY 29, 1955 rion Expected is New Premier ;-i/.i| enemies of the state, i undermine the foundatate, can commit such luhile, the police announced ,! of 10.000 Israel pounds rmation leading to the arI iviction of the person pens responsible for the oi Rokach's residence. %  detained a number of in connection with the lint all of them were l after they satisfied ),( r ities as to their where%  I the time of the bombing. [Threatens Israel evasion Possibility t-tinued from Page 1 cd "the whole Arab world" ["Israel aggression." He as;>.at "Palestine was the most international crime in hisrld tfce 40.000 persons in litnee that Zionism was not |n responsibility for this The Egyptian dictator fl'rael is the result of imefforts to disrupt Arab |rd prevent Arabs from be. single powerful bloc." phile, it was disclosed here British Government turnto Egypt two destroyers i.s month. The destroyers nit at the end of World |. • l never saw war action. tar destroyer! were turnby the British Navy to \i' lit ten days ago. *Jetvist> noridflnn *• !/T lr — PAGE 15 itnaries JOSEPH B. COOPER 1 Norman.iv dr.. H retired int. riled July 21. He Miami eight v.-ars |m fi.nn "• la iir\ Ived by hi wife. Irvine, I'oth of Miami %  '' %  111r. .• dauehtera, Mrs. Itu• Miami llt-ach. Mm, Anna n KlenmondJ Va and Hri. •v. I la It I more s.-i -I in the Reach Memorial '• I Mile Chapel, with l)in I.. 1 LOUIS S. KELLER ave died July in ago from ma raa ;i veteran war l SurvhliiK ar.dl %  Iwo daughters, Mm. M nun Beai h. and Mis. i louaton, T. \ one i IhrM arandchll>•>•July '.'a with bin Ml I %  : .!>. ORRIS POLLACK Miami i ''"in New fork •i Jul) It. A retired • • INI nlahlnsa More, %  i son. Sidney, New York; Mra Ooldlc Oru1 Mrt Pnj Kiin.-i. N. v and Interment were %  v "iih Rlveraldi Miami i hart* of arrangeREGINA KELI8HEK ''Jived with .i daughter, • :."i Norraandj %  It. f"i aeven ) i %  ''" i am* from New •'iin lode two Mra Annette Cohan M died S.|,oenfeld. ami a a ol \.- v.ik S. l '" ere In N. u ^ v| rial iInapel of ol II .r. L LEGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  HERF BY OIVCN thai Nidft In ,„. ,.. WK1 \l. INDl'H North Miami \, ,;' '"'.' i', ,'." "All. ISKALI Ml. :. ,|f %  'K '•(•>tl F>. iUST TITOS Is • ft/ iTf RKt LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDM FICTITIOUS NAMH LAW 'i'-i: is HEREHY oiVKM thai bualnei a undi r the fl.-i LAPOFF-S KOSHER MEAT AM. POCLTR1 MARKET, .,. Ml' \... mand) Drive, Miami Reach, I" i<*Klatni ald oai • with iii. of thi I ii ill i-,. mi ,,• Dad* County, Hoi ula \ll \M TiaUrVKKKI. I.Win I.Mini. |„ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attoi • feybold II s S-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE • ifiitt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undoi alfned, di tge i n biiHliii'K.s under the flctltloua name of GERTLER LANDSCAPING COM PANY, al 8427 Creapl Boulevard, Miami fti-iirh. Intenda to reslatei name a/ltk the Clerk ••( the i Court of Dade County, riorlda JOSEPH GERTLER K. IVNER & MAN IHEIMER nej a for Joaeiih Qeri ler 7/2S — 8/3-H-I8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the unde. slicried, <1-Mlrliiic to .image In bualneaa under the flctltloua name of SHERRY NORMANDIE RKSTAl'RANT, al SIM Kvercliidea Cohcoarae, Miami Beach, Intenda to realatai aatd name with the Olerk of the lircuit Court of Made Countv, Elorlda KAV IIKK OORPORATKi.N A Honda ("•> %  iiuratlon MONROE DtXON Attorney for Apfilicant 1790 Coral Wav 7/2 — 8/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai lh.^ und< n-i-.n. ri, riealrlna to enRa ii." flrfltlouK nan i ol HVtnr ,CK KITCHE • N u iBl •-' ...Kl "illi Hi.Clerk i COUrl "f %  infy, l-'lw IRENE ITHHER Attm-n 17s.' w. Plaaler si. 11 NOTICS UNDER FICTITIOUS .NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underaianed, dealrlnato enauae in hualnesa under the flctltloua namea of . (not Inc.). at H51 W. Klaai.r St.. Miami. Intenda to reaiater aald namea with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida t .^.. HENJAMIN C.RAIXS KEYMOl'R B MERMAN Attorney for Benjamin Gradua •or, I.lmola Road, Miami Beach, Ma. 7/2 — S/.-.-12.19 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIOA In A 1.1. TO WlliUI TIIESi: I'REBE.NTS SHALL, COMB. OREETINOM: \ hi! HARRY l-ROHMAN. „,, ... .. MIAMI. Ii.. H:i|>.\ MILTON I! WOOL1 Ml V\l| BEACH, Kl.oKIDA B, T, TAYLOR. MIAMI. rXORIDA %  ii.i on the Uth, day of Jaanjary, A n • to be IneoriMirate.l under the iirovielona of Chapt* i tins, i ,,|.|., RUitUte*. CORMAC IN I >l STIII Es. INC., a corporation, with It* principal place of hualnesa at Miami, bade County. In the State of Florida, and wnereaa the ttoi kholdera of auch corporation did on the 21 at dai of Jui>. A.0. in:,:,, cauae t.> be fiu-.i in the offi.e ..r th.Recretary of Btau of the State of Horlda. a Cons, lit of all lle stockholder!, under the pro* Ylalona of wild Chapter 60K, Ploiida BtatUtea, -h..in the dlasolution of auch corporal Inn. Now. therefore, the Secretary of State does hereby certify to the foreRolna and that he la aatlafied that the requirement), of law have been .implied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto aet njy hand and have affixed the Grout Seal of the State of Florida. •at Tali.ill.i %  -. .-. the Capital, thla the Twi-nty-IiiHi day of July, AI. IM'I.'I. R. A. 0RAY, S.i letary of State. .SEAL) 7,29/r.:, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY C1VEN that the iiii.ii-i ujii.-.i. dealrhaf lo enir.iite in bualneaa undei Ihe flctltloua num. of SIHKWAI-K BAR & CAKE, nt 1613 N W '.tlh Si Miami. Pla.. int.-ml to reel '•' aald name wuli ta Clark o. the Circuit Court of I'a.l. County, Florida. HERMiNUi i;(iin:i.;n:/. M.MJII: i: ROTiRnrtT-z KESSI.ER \OARS Attoi nej f.,r Appll. anta 1782 W Klsaler St 7 •22-29 — 9 *-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the ii.' I, .1. rlrut to i ncafc In mil. i til.rictii I U 'Kill \ Ml) R T ''. IDK INVESTMENTS, I. da i eon Hiv.t 'oral lab %  aid name with the Clerk .'f the Circuit Court of Had.. County, i, MCRRT GROSSMAN, Sole Owner THEOBORE R w \V\K Attorne) for Applh am 211 i IP %  da i.. on Blvd. 7 --' %  i-lj NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that Hi.underalsnad, dealrlna t.. ensaae in bualneaa under the flctltloua nun. ..f HERB'S NEWS CENTER at 117 s E lat Ave., Miami, intenda to rcrfHtef aald name with the tlerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERB BENSON KESSI.ER g, GAIts Attorney! for Applicant L7I2 W. Plualer St 7/22-29 — /i-12 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOVICE IB HERERY OIVEN that by virtue of Chapter 67* of Florida Statute* Annotated (1941). VYarehouaemen and Warehouae Reeelpta wherein A I). TRANSFER & WAKKHOL'SE • ().. INC., a Florida corporation, by virtue of ita warehouae lien, haa in Ita ponaeaaion the followina .1. acribed property: RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT* aa the property of MR. F\ W. HOI.TEMAN. 3170 S W 8th Street, and IRA WEII.I.. :,.,in N W L'7th Avenue; alao 1 AMANA DEEI'FltEEZE and 1 (IE ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE aa the property of MRS N I. WRIGHT. L'.",:!J N W Und Stre.t ami that on the 1st Day id August. 197.:.. during the legal houra of aale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the afternoon, at 20t9 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, the undersiicned shall offei for sale t'i the highest Iml.tei for caah in hand the above daocrlbed propert) aa the property .>t Mr P. w Holtzinan and Ira W.ill, also property of Mra N. I.. Wright. DATED at Miami. Florida, thia 20th riav of .lulv. I A .•' Jul> I urHERMAN. I II, nit • % %  I lad.i 'Ounl>. PI. R II RICK JR. |>eput> ierk KOMMEI. ARiMlERH, EsAttorne) for liamtiff „ .d. Miami Beach. Pla. 7/22-25 — S/ 7.-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LA W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iin.I. i signed, desiring to engage In buainess under the fictitious name of THE BRIDGE PORCH, at nil S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida, intenda to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ''..unly. Florida WILLIAM E SEAMON 7 12-29 — s .".-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business iimi..i the fletltloua mime "i K AK BAR AND RESTAURANT, at Sal N.W L'L'ml Ave intend to register said mill'.' with the Clark "( the Cn, nt Court of Dade County*. Florida. I'.iHlEKT KENNETH SWEEDL.ER NOBI.E I'I.AKK SMITH HENRY M CAIN Attorn. > foi Appll) anta Mil W Plaslei St., Miami. Ma. 7 tl 12 > LIGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lane I, dei irlng to i be fi'' 11 THE JEWISH FORUM; JEWISH VMER1CAN Bl GADC VSTING COM PAN1 .lEUisn AMERK \ N \n VEKTIHING AGENtn 1:1. i :.T \ s Of I 'oh-ltl -ding. \^ II h Hi.< l.-rk oft! Ida SI. Mi IN SKI I I '• MARY SCIDEN SHELDON EDWARDS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai tinunderalgned, d. me in indi t he fictltlou BAND TRADING COMPANY INOT INC i. at IIMII DuPonl Blda Ii i n mi., with the 'lei It ..r th.. Circuit Curt of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY BAND AI.VIN BAND LEONARD KAI.ISII Attoi nej for Applicant! I Dill'..Ill Ride 7/17.-22-2T" — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deairtWr to engage in huaiiieas under the flctltloua name of CAPITOL WINF7KY LTD. at 11.7 N.W. Btnd Street. Miami. Fiorlda. intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. WINK CORP. OF* FURIDA. a Florida corporation, sole owner ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ & A IDIN Attorneva for Wine Corp. of Florida 7/15-22-29 — 8/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF7HY GIVEN that the iin.l.-i signed, dealring tn engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACH CARPET ft FI.OORlN<; CO.. at ai'.i Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EI.EANORE D. E. BERRY KENNETH R BERRY SIDNEY BPRONSON Attornev for Both 1'artles III Sh..rclan.l Building. Miami, Florida 7 I5-8S->M — •/! NOTICE UNDEPt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKKKIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, il.-alrlng to enSaSC In bualneaa under the flctltloua name of BUNOCO ;< it 1.1 >s. at Federal Hlah;i\ and B.W. 828 th Stieet. Ol Florida, Intendi t alatet aald name with the Clerk ..r ihe Circuit Court of i md 'ounl |. Florida QARWOOD WIGOIN, Individual proprietor KURT UEl.l.ls-'il. Attorne) 1111-17 Congiesa HuildiliK. Miami. Fla. 7 X-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned. deairing to engag. In, bualneaa under the flctltloua name of BLUE ATLANTIC APARTMENTS, al 6777. Abbott Avenue. Miami Dea.ii. Florida, intend to register an Id name With the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade County. Florida I.OliS S'ilOENI.HRIl ANNA SCHOENBERG ISRAEL H. MELLMAN Mid.LIE MELLMAN SIDNEY EERONSON Attorney for All 1'ai 21< Sli.ir.land Building. Miami, Fiorida 7/15-22-18 — 8/6 FfOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTiCE IK MEHKMY OIVEN that the i;n.lei signed, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of Bl'NOGO GABLES, at 4809 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Coral Gables, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GARWonD '> WIOOIN, indiMdiiai proprietor KCRTJ WEIJ.ISCH. Attorn., 1411 Contreaa Building. Miami. Florida 7,S-15-22-29NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlna t.. engage in under the flctltloua name of CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at 215 ll'llh SI Miami Beach, intends i i. i -.iiii name with thi Clerk of tlie clrcull Court of Dai. County, Floi Id i ART M Wt'K. DWlli M OONSHAK Attorney for ApplU ant ne Blda. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the uqd. i i h. III -it loii name of HIO.N I'MR. at ayne .,i d. Miami, Fin Intend reaiater s..id nan i a Ith the I "lei N of thi rt of 1 >ade %  'ounty, Floi i NAN MILLER arm I ( 7 I 22 %  :; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in bualneaa under the fl. tltloua name of STEIN.I No APARTMENTS, at 85 N.W. With Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend lu legist, l aald name with the CleUi of the Circuit Court Of Dad. Countv. Fiorida. DAVID BIMON (SEAL) MINNIE SIMON (SEAL) Sole I'rnpi letora NORM VN SOMBERO Attorne) for Sole Proprleto 107 oiMiiina I'.uilding. Miami 32, FU. n > ^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, dealrlna to cnga*. in buainess under the fictitious na ..I CARIBBEAN col' RT A PARTMEN Ibbou Avenue Ml I |..i Ida, Intend t" i • said name with the Clark ol UCircuit Court of Dad,County, i la HIS BCHOENHERt I ANNA S'il' IENBERO ISRAEL H MELLMAN \!. II,LIE Mi:i.l.M.\N SIDNEY EERONSON Attorn, foi All Pa tl< Khoreland Hullding. Miami. 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HERF7IIY GIVEN thai the iindersien. d. .1. • %  Ins .1 i,r the flctltloua name of MHERTY BI'IKiKT Bl RE \> al 231 I II '. Mi., ml, with the Clerk >>f th. Clrcull curt ..f I le County, i SAMCEI. M SCHACK Sole Owner OOI OMAN 4 ii.N A!torni %  • %  foi ni 103 M I 7 82-28 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:REBY GIVEN that the und. • I.%  .. i. dealrlna to ndel th. 'H-I f SL'NOCO BOfLEVARD, al 738 i la, Intenda '.. reaiater — -• %  %  1 name wltn the clerk of the Clrcull Court "f ('our %  in .; \i:w. mi. 11 WIOi I Individual proprl Kl'RT WELLI8CH, Attorni MI ii. Miami, Florida 7 • II 22-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa undei the flctltloua name of SIN SERVICE 8TATIONM. al 4::il de l^i.ii Boulevard. f'oial Oablee, Florida, intends to register said name with the (i.rk of the Circuit Court of Dad,County, Florida. QARWOOD <> WIOOIN, individual proprietor K1IIT WBLLI8CH, Attornev 1414-17 Congress Building. Miami. Fia. 7/8-15-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 181401 AI'RELIO MICEI.Mi, Plalntirf, va. JESSIE MICELIX), Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JESSIE MICELLO 2047 Weetchester Avenue Bronx. New York You. JESSIE MICELLO. are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to nerve a cops of your A newer or Pleading to the I'.ill of Complain! <>n the plaintiff's Attorney, OEORGE CHKKTK'iK, 607 Olympia Building, Miami 12, Florida, and file (be original Anawer or Pleading In th. office of the (ierk of the Clrcull Court on or before in.mth da> of Augu-t. IN6. If >"u fail i.. do ao, Judamenl by default win i... taken i f..i th.r.ii.f demanded in th.Bin ..f Complaint Thla notlca ahall be puhllahed on<-^ each week for fout conaecutive %  in THE JEW ISII FLORID I \N. DONE AND ORDERED al M Floi Ida, thla 11 daj of July. \ P %  %  B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull Court, Dad. Ci.univ. Florida By |. IAN COCRNi IYER, nil. ull .'..iirt S.-ali Deputy i 'Ierk GEORGE CHERTKOF Attornev for lialntiff 607 Ols i: | ... Building, Miami 82, Pla 7/22-28 — 8 S-ll / Going Away? \ I I Get Travelers \ C hecks! • nfMirtHHOt DfeOSIT w$oNCf COWOtATlOtt BANK of MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVJNUE ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 24366 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HERFIHY OIVEN that the underaurned. dealt Inn to l; ,\ s Ml'81' 'CO not in.' at 1.11.1 hore Dil. -. Intenda lo retller aaM name with thi' Clerk of the I i. nl. i 'ounl>. I': Nt 'KM W R I'.' "Oils' MAX P ENOEL • I, v foi Norman I! it.users 7/8-i5-:'i-: ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery x in South Florida CaU the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at



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