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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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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|29 Number 32
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 12, 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
\e Criticized for Failure
Act on Ike's Nomination
Of Sobeloff as Federal Judge
.'('TON (JTA)The failure of the Senate to act on Pre-i
tower's nomination of Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff
I judRcship was severely criticized last week in an editorial
Bngton Post and Times Herald. The belief was expressed
1al that the Senate would confirm Mr. Sobeloff's nomina-
. meets next year.
[>cr predicted that Mr. Sobeloff would decline an interim
----------------------'ijppointment. Mr. Sobeloff, him-
WON DUt
iria Sends
rer to U.S.
ist Letter
TON (JTA) The
lmrnt cabled the State
Wednesday the sub-
ic Bulgarian reply to
in aide memoir pro-
[shooling down of the
gcr plane 12 days ago.
text <>f the reply has
ched Washington, the
the note, as reported
FOUR ISSUES REMAIN CONTESTED
Egypt and Israel Agree to 13 Points
In Touchy UN Negotiations at Border
self, could not be reached for com-
ment on this prediction. The edi
torial in the Washington paper
said that the failure of the Senate
to act on his nomination was "in-
excusable." It pointed out that it is
the courts that are "penalized"
because the Senate satisfied "the
whim of a few politicians."
The Solicitor General, who was
nominated by President Eisenhow-
er last month to be judge of the
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals,
refused to comment on the Senate
Judiciary Subcommittee's failure
to act or even to hold hearings on
his nomination.
Mr. Sobeloff, architect of the
plan generally adopted in the Su-
preme Court decision to end segre-
gation in the public schools, ran
into opposition from Southern
Government in Bern, Senators Eatrttand of Mississippi
it the Buluaruuis ac- m responsibility for the
expressed regret ov-
leasun to prevent a
ii -mh incidents will
! In isc responsible
lent will be punished:
Compensation to the
the American victims
proming,
Iricui protest, which
In Ihe Swiss Charge
I resents Ameri-
in Sofia, was sent
I he full text of the
p;>i> will not be avail-
til its arrival, expected
A days.
reported
1 replied to the
'i in ntest againal the
the Israel plane. It is
lh.it the Bulgarian! of-
that "due com-
pould be paid to rela-
tish subjects killed in
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel and Egyptian nego-
tiators met at Kilometre 95, along the Gaza border,
to continue their week-long negotiations for an
agreement designed to ease tension in the frontier
region. At the end of the meeting Maj. Gen. E. L. M.
Burns, Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce
Supervision Organization, who presided over the
session, appeared optimistic. The talks will con-
tinue Friday.
It is understood that 13 of 17 points involved
in the discussions have been agreed to, but that
the remaining four points on which agreement is
still lacking are extremely important. Among these
four points are: whether communications between
the local commanders should be direct or through
the United Nations; the rank of the local com-
mananders who shall be in communication with
each other; whether to hold local commanders'
----------------------------------------------------->_____________
meetings with or without UN personnel present.
The problem of communications between the
commanders was discussed Wed. for a second time,
but still no decision was reached. The Israelis
favor direct talks to localize and minimize incident-,
but the Egyptians insist on holding such communi-
cations only through UN personnel.
(Egypt is planning a southern land-sea route to
Jordan, the Times of London reported Wed. in a
dispatch from Cairo. The overland route across the
Negev was snapped when the State of Israel was
established. The road will be built across the Sinai
Peninsula, the dispatch said, and will connect with
a ferry service at the Gulf of Akaba which will run
to the Jordan port of Akaba, at the head of the
Gulf. The same Sinai road will also branch off
toward Jeddah, which is the port for Mecca, in
Saudi Arabia.) -^
CONDITION DECLARED INTOLERABLE'
Reports Say Morocco Jews in Danger;
___Moslem Leaders Urge Religion Barrier
JERUSALEM (JTA)Reports reaching here from
Morocco assert that "Jewish lives are in constant
danger" there, and that conditions for Jews have
become "intolerable" in a number of Moroccan
cities. In Rabat, Jewish stalls and shops have been
CANT BECOME SECULAR STATE'
Simon t. SobeloU
. o ..
vm Riiwcmt-
tnt Says Congress to Blame
:or Inaction on Immigration Law
JTON (JTA) Presi-
wcr said Monday that
problem of refugees in
Ibeen one of "great irri-
lilficulty" and the U.S,
ports to help ease this
i said the present
lit'f Act is "very re-
ld very awkward to
He added that he has
corrections made in
it Congress had not
Sen. Harley M Kil-
lan of the Senate Ju-
Jnnttee, said he had
a bill reported out of
toe to speed immigra-
lh refugee program.
peelings which were
wd failed to produce
lid that on July
President Eisenhow-
l"'ll'|' to the refugee
act had been postponed for a week
at the request "of a Republican
member of the committee." He
added that he had written to the
Secretary of State and the Presi-
dent requesting their appearance
before his subcommittee, but as
yet no definite word as to the time
Administration spokesmen would
testify has been received. He
charged that the Republican Ad-
ministration was "ambiguous, un-
responsive, and evasive" in answer-
ing his inquiries on the whole gen-
eral field of immigration policy.
Sen. Arthur V. Watkins. sponsor
of the Administration's amend
menu, blamed the Democratic
leadership of the Senate Judiciary
Committee for failure to repoit
the bill out. He said we had the
votes in committee to bring the
amendments out on the Senate
floor, if those in control of the
committee had pushed it through."
Mizrachi Indicates Readiness
To Enter Coalition Government;
Shapiro Makes Defense of Party
JERUSALEM (JTA)An indication that the joint Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi bloc of 12 deputies in the Knesset would enter a coalition
i government which Mapai leaders are attempting to form was given
here at the opening of the joint third world Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamiz-
I rachi conference.
r The hint was provided by Minister for Religion Moshe Shapira.
la leader of the Labor Mizrach."-------------------------------
movement, who declared that his interfere in the private lives of
group had been accused of "run- cltlzenSi ,ne public and state life
ning for a coalition." This, he add- must ^ reiigious."
ed. was "not to gwyyog f* j Tne meeti wmch WJ|s d.
(in Parliament, but to achieve^un- conferences of the
ity in the state and to form a | M, ,,, ___, .u.. ____, ,,__;_
workable government."
Mr. Shapira stressed that it was
a major principle of his party that
Israel cannot become a secular
state. "It is impossible to separate
the state from religion," he said,
"and although it is impossible to
'mo comma signed'
I French Deny
| Sale of Jets
PARIS (W N S) Reports from
London that the French Govern
1 ment had agreed to sell a group of
Mv-terc IV jet fighter planes to
! Israel were denied here this week
jby the .Ministry of Defense. "No
[contract has been signed and none
! is projected." declared an official
Ministry spokesman. It had been
reported unofficially that there I noted that a special effort must be
were discussions between France j made to attract middle class im-
and Israel regarding the transfer. migrants from the Western coun-
I of military plan. I tries. The Agency, he reported.
Mizrachi and the Hapoel Hamiz
rachi held, respectively, in Jeru-
salem and Tel Aviv during the past
two days, was opened in the pres-
ence of President Itzhak Ben Zvi.
Premier Moshe Sharett, Chief Rab-
bi Israel Brodie of the British Em-
pire and more than 200 delegates
from Israel and abroad. The dele-
gates are divided almost equally
between Mizrachi and Labor Miz
rachi members. More than 100 of
them are from abroad.
The conference heard S. Z.
Shragai, head of the Jewish Agen-
cy's immigration department de-
scribe the plight of the North Af-
rican Jews and explain that the
only thing delaying their emigra-
tion to Israel in larger numbers
is a lack of fundsv If the Agency
had enough money, he said, it
could bring between 60.000 and
70.000 more Jews from all parts
ol the world to Israel.
Mr. Shragai placed responsibility
for immigration upon all Jew> He
closed for two weeks for fear of Moslem gangs, one
report said.
A plea for speedy assistance for some 70.000
Moroccan Jews who have registered for immigration
to Israel was voiced her Wednesday by Rabbi M.
Fingerhut of Algiers, who reported
on the situation of North African
Jews to the joint world conference
here of the Mizrachi and Bq
Hamizrachi movements Rabbi
Fingerhut called for a "non-selec-
tive'" immigration policy in Israel,
warning that "we may be unable
to accomplish tomorrow what can
be accomplished today."
The conference set up a com-
mission to consider the problem
of North African Immigration
to discnai with the Israel Govern-
ment and the Jewish Agency
urgent measures to bring North
African immigrants t>> Israel im-
mediately.
Although the Bey of Tunis has
displayed friendship for the Jews
on more than one occasion, and
despite the fact that leaders of the
nationalist Nao-Deatour Party have
given assurances that the Jews will
enjoy equal rights in an independ-
ent Tunisia, Moslem leaders in
Tunis, led by Sheikh Mohammci
Djait, expressed complete opp si-
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taReveiiedfwUranium Extraction From Negev ures

delegation to the International
,,,, of tbc late !ll( dcvcl
Ki-
ll
ri
in" Israel at*
,;',, fo develop lhi wuiti >
"S oeil 10 tin .nVovcry ol
uranium ores in Israel. I*-**
try-s work n. the held oi sotar en
,.,:..x Useol U.' sun's own I
.,.;: b, the brael Atomic EJergy
Commission as i potable dgMU-
These aclvai.ee> were rmm > ....... ..... One M .. f wer .
important scientific paper- > re lonj ,he uran.um beau... mm .
port dealing with the country's erals. Processes have Mmca
encrcv requirements for the next (lU, for the extraction of the uran
um a> a byproduct o the manu
Prepared bv the Israel Atomic facture of phosphate tertilta
Energy Commission, the report in- -in fact." the report continues,
dudes istt concerning van "parallel to each of the proeeaures
ous phases of the country's future employed today in the phosphate
development. The revelations re fertilizer industries, an extraction ComiBtts,on as i-......
carding uranium and solar energy process has been developed whien ^^ in energJ ,.Conom>
were found "exciting" by scientific does not require any significant ,.,,,> a special appen
experts here studying reports change in these procedures As ^ ((i ])u, ri.I)cir1. written b] PTOI
submitted at Geneva from 32 conn other phosphate rocks of similar Nntional Physical
tries that have analyzed their fu- geological origin are also likely to n .
hire requirements for energj contain uranium. th,s method ma Laboraton ol Um & earcn i
Explaining that the world trend be of more general interest I cll Israel, details IB scienuuc
in regard to uranium, now that should also be applicable without ^^ (ht, )>p(,s ((( experiments
vast technical advances have been much difficulty to ores other than (.|ii(|uctfl() ,,v (hc country >o far
recorded, is toward greater use of phosphate rOCI
"much poorer uranium ores'' than Israel is experimenting in other
tho"se required until now. the re- directions for the increase of the
port declares: "the Israel Atomic country's energy and for fuels
Energy Commission has had the needed for development of energy
Pekelner Named
ZOA Chairman
MXjaJ
in efforts to harness the sun's rays I lowing attentji
,, production of power. ments of ottaW^J
The abundance of sun radia ; field: they have ty2JJ|
don m Israel throughout the whole contribution ,,f ^
lM-cially m the Southern modestly, the >une?
rir, (,| the country, makes this reported by Profj
source energy particularly at- that the Highly
tracUvt, tl'' overall survey states, described ny b
Israel scientists are not only fol- promis-ing results^ '
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\ Arthur Pekelner, president of
the Miami Zionist District, has
been appointed chairman of the
18th annual convention oi the
S rn eastern region of the
Zionist Orgai of Amei
tion will
be Miami Beach

rti r-

the
ill start
on i 2. and will
Moi i fternoon, 5th. In-
ition banquet will be oni
the highlight -.
si in duled .( the DiLido hotel on
Sunday night. Se| 4
The ten Zionist District- ol
South Florida will be hosts to
delegates from the eight-state
souheastern region, who \wii as-
semble in Miami Beach for the
convention Assisting Pekelner on
the convention committee from the
Greater Miami Area will be Her-
bert R. Linick. president ol the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict, who has been appointed CO-
chairman.
Others participating on the
committee are Saul Genet, Joseph
Alter. Julius Rosenstein, s E
Schwartz. Alex Van Straaten, Ben
Appel. Daniel Broad, Seymour B
Liebman, Irving Saal. lly Sootill
Abe Kassow, Daniel Cravitt, Max
Friedson, Morris Simon, Abe Hure-
vtiz. Archie Goodwin, Abe Schal
for. June Moskovitz, Dr. Harold
Uebman. Al Finkelstein, b
nhorn, Dr. Emanuel Kaplan,
re Kamer, Sheldon Lelchuk,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Dr Ben
Zuckerbraun and Oscar Lelchuk
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Chairman of the function i>
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private room accommodations and
meals for S15 to S20 a week. Owner
is Charles S. Lavin.
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tar's home. 1512 Wasln,
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iter Miami Synagogues Join
In Support of Holy Day Appeal
+ tishn*rMk*ti
> number of Greater
longregations are joining
lommiinity wide effort for
V Day appeals for the sale
i Israel Bonds, Rabbi
Lop reported Wednesday.
iSkop is chairman of the
L'l committee which is
[with Seymour B. Liebman,
man. t<> coordinate the
|n all synagogues.
Veru helming support for
Local Group
[ttend Confab
delegation to the nation-
nation conference for the
Israel Bond Organization
linj; formed, city manager
Hazier reported Wednes-
inclave, which will map
intensive mobilization of
|sn communities in the
ates in support of the Is-
campaign. is scheduled
fcington from Sept. 9
be the first major na-
eting of the new Israel
ganization. headed by
Abraham Feinberg and
dent Dr. .Joseph Schwartz.
evelopment Corporation
women's division lunch-
[be held on Sept. 10 to
se women throughout
who have earned all 12
mis Kdch charm repre-
in I.srael Bonds pur-
I sold.
fcraton Park hotel will be
the conference, which
irate intensive fall activ-
to bring the sale of
tnt Bonds this year to
j.000 mark.
|W. Bernistein of Syra-
newly-named national
chairman for Israel
)! outline plans for his
Greater Miami is con-
of the 10 key Jewish
fcs in the nation for the
ign. Birmstein pointed
theminute report on
amic conditions in its
Ol independence will
I -"nee.
the High Holy Day appeals this
year indicates that Greater Miami
will far surpass its fine record of
1954," Rabbi Skop said. "The
rael, as evidence by the completion
growing economic stability of Is-
of the Yarkon-Negev pipeline last
month, is making more of us aware
of the sound investment value of
Israel Bonds," he said.
Congregations which already
have given their approval for High
Holy Day apeals include Beth Dav-
id, Rabbi Yaacov Rosenberg and
Herbert E. Scher, president; Coral
J Gables Jewish Center, Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop and Nat Winokur. presi-
dent; North Shore Jewish Center,
Rabbi Mayer Abramewitz and Ezra
Finegold, president; Zamora Jew-
ish Center, Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
and Abraham J. Maloff, president;
West Miami Jewish Center, Rabbi
Alfred Waxman and Alexander
Fogel, president.
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, Rabbi -Abraham Herson and
Jack Berke, president; Miami He-
brew School and Congregation,
Rabbi Simon April and Max H.
Drewich, president; Israelite Cen-
ter, Rabbi Morton Malavsky and
Charles Fidel man, president; Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Center. Rev.
Leo Heim and Harold Strumph,
president; Beth Tfilah, Rabbi Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky and Israel Dia-
mond, president.
Resolutions commending the
High Holy Day appeals program
have been issued by the three
major branches of Judaism, Lieb-
man said, with congregational
presidents and rabbis throughout
the country responding "in a most
encouraging fashion."
Rabbi Skop will report addition-
al congregations in a progress re-
port next year.
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About 400 delegates from
over 250 chapters of Wom-
en's American ORT in 20
states will meet in New York
City Oct. 16 through 19 for
the organization's 13th bien-
nial convention, Mrs. Gus-
tave Gettenberg, national
vice president of Women's
American ORT and chair-
man of the convention, an-
nounced. At the convention,
plans will be made to further
the organization's aid to the
global network of ORT voca-
tional training schools for un-
derprivileged, uprooted Jews.
Women Plan Rummage Sale
Beth Emeth Sisterhood is plan-
ning a rummage sale at Steven's
Market on Aug. 26. Saleable items
are being collected by Mrs. Doro-
thy Ross, Mrs. Fay Klamkin and
Mrs. Jule Ifshin.
A New Year greeting card proj-
ect was revealed at a Sisterhood
meeting Wednesday by Mrs. Rhea
Rubin, chairman of the gift com-
mittee.
Miss Schermer Joins
Community National Staff
Miss Phyliss Tobee Schermer is
now on the staff of the Community
National Bank of Bar Harbor, ac-
cording to an announcement this
week.
Miss Schermer was formerly
editor of the "Tourist Trade Index"
for the Bureau of Business and
Economic Research.
She takes up her duties at Com-
munity National after returning
from a tour through Europe.
Levi Plumbing
Company
[*t oblished 1924"
2141 S.W. 3rd ST. CALL 9-14H
Fiedler in Final
Appearance Here
Arthur Fiedler will appear in his
second and last performance with
the University of Miami Summer
Symphony Orchestra this season
on Sunday evening, Aug. 14, at Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium.
If last Sunday night's experience
is a guage of things to come, the
auditorium will again be packed,
with standees adding their appear-
ance to the scene.
Scheduled by Mr. Fiedler are
Semper Fidelis March, by Sousa;
Overture to "The Barber of Se-
ville," by Rossini; Londonderry
Air, by Grainger; Espana Rhap-
sody, "by Chabrier; Suite from
"Masquerade," by Khachaturian;
"I'm Krapfenwald'l." by Strauss;
and Bolero, by Ravel.
Also to be played are Popsora-
ma. arranged by Mason; Davy
Crockett, by Carson-Hay man; and
TVianna, by Hayman.
Last season. Fiedler demonstrat-
ed his sense of humor with LP
albums called "Classical Music for
People Who Hate Classical Music."
which promptly became a best
seller, "Opera without Singing"
and "Mr. Strauss Comes to Bos-
ton."
This last named album commem-
orated the visit of the Viennese
Waltz King to Boston in 1872, when
he conducted an orchestra of 2,000
players, combined with anvils play-
ed by members of the Boston Fire
Department of which Fiedler is an
honorary chieffor the familiar
"Anvil Chorus" from Verdi's "II
Travatore."
Mr. Fiedler's penchant for hum-
or in music was again demonstrat-
ed Sunday evening with his per-
formance of humorous scenes cull-
ed from introductions to television
programs. More of the same audi-
ence-satisfying humor is appar-
ently due during his last appear-
ance here on Aug. 14.
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Atomic Science for Peace
ews form an infinitesimal proportion of the
world's population. But at Geneva today where
International Conference on the Peaceful
Uses of Atomic Energy is meeting, out of about
6:3 scientists who are gathered there a total
c: .04 are Jews. It is a figure which has ast
ed many United Nations diplomats, both
those who are friendly and those who are not
sc rriendly to Jews, and it is a figure which may
I surprise Jews themse'.\
Jewish achievements in recent years in the
field of physics, particularly in the science of
lear energy, are one of the great sagas of
extemporary Jewish history. The name of
ert Einstein, the greatest physicist since
vton, stands foremost, of course. But so
many other Jews have made such notable con-
ations to the science and have been recog-
nized and honored by the world for then
achievements that contemporary Jewish con-
tributions to physical science in so short a
period have begun to rival the accomplish-
es of Jews in the field of medicine over the
ares.
11 is not much more than half a century since
s emerged from the semi-medieval East
European ghettoes to confront the modern
rid. The great progress y physical
nee during this twentieth centu: re-
ts both hopeful and alarming, forms the
in foundation of the hieved
age. And in this she the chil-
[randchil ^-medieval
much they
iti I
ned the freedon ::id
iuc: experiment -5d right
ill mankind.
Dl the 324 Americans who are participating
in the Geneva conference, 62 are Jews. The
fledgling State of Israel is also beginning to
;e its contributions felt in the field of atom-
.: science. It has ten delegates at Geneva,
and three of the six scientific papers which the
teli scientists have prepared are considered
:: oe of special importance end are therefore
scheduled for on-the-spot discussion.
Thus is a conference on the peaceful uses of
mic energy, and we are therefore happy
thai so much will be heard at the conference
c: the contributions of Jews to such peaceful
uses, rather than to the uses of war and whole-
; i .e destruction of human civilization.
as a vicious a: ^se relo
^Thirties
During The Week .. .a i s
** By LEO MINDLIN
IT IS a id commenl on the accidental v..,\
that I'rol Toynbee should have come tht
l Had thus English historian (ailed m his gPa<2
liwn tu take into account,Uie emergent!- i.| lhf **
he mu;lit easily have remained at | ., m
man known only by other nun who Mp i(
, name in a New York Tim< l-.*^
b> the Sunday intellectual and ,1,^-^Jt-
Ij on the basis of an ad writer's copy.
Bui
to the notorious
Prol Toynbee did take into account the emer-'m
and in doing so. elevated his n .., ^"^r.\
mti Semites of Britain and France u IlilUireRriKl
t;. K ( >n are noted today, it is because ,h(,ir #
....,.,:., i..rtttta to b.^try So i. itWoM,,,,
, the world a Histor) The tr i. Pruf'
will however, lie in the fact that his mrvi lizatioii I
-uinptions mainly relating to tl -ini'
imptions maj very well ultimately challen i the objec
validity "i in- life's work.
i them as a me,
and his coho.t
, tim to Nazi ideoK
oui
Perhaps his
Cameron's public anon and dish
country of the I 'ccols ol
Now' he is dead On? '' "",l s" ta Perhaps, to...
his passing will come to symbolize the passing i h. rton *".'.
of hatred and prejudice among n
where.
Thinking about Prof Toynbee. I am Imbued w ,th thr n-nfi
ini thai I experience when 1 read the Outpouring ol
I, Nietzsche. And this should not be suri ting tht
ntihty ought not tie distinguished from the .ilierrant
ed psyche If bigotry can. at all. be exciue4,4i
s, if T S Kliot. for nil offering to poetry and rrttieaj
n the case 0f BeM
America's Conscience is Spurned
There is a sad sequel to our last week's re-
port in these columns concerning the fate of
the 1953 Refugee Relief Act.
President Eisenhower Monday again ex-
UKE ANY ORDINARY MISSIONARY
BUT PROF. Toynbee is unique. His fentilit) car
n, be challenged. As there is honor among thieves, mi
hierarch) of honor among hatemonger- \: | Prol Tu
it honor, at all. When Mr. Eliot inveighs against the,
true thai he permits himself the joy of referring to Itachelueef
vich" or to the 'Chicago Semite Viennese." Yet. h. cloaks hai
anti-Semitism in aesthetic terms; and, even this he subs
pressed his regret over the fact that Congress ||Ui._ |M nm. (l| (ll, most reccnt books. "Notes Toward the
did nothing in its concluding hours prior to culture."
adjournment about dealing with the unwork- ___ ... ... .r ...
Y{ ,. an ,Y"f Towibee unfortunately, has in his possession none tt|
able aspects oi me na characteristics upon which to rely 1|;. antiSenutj
The sad sequel is this: ployii .: the common terminology of Mr. Eliot, doe. not >tpi
The Democrats are now g the Repi^ iccounl the ancient, tattered epithets ol the Roma
licans, with the Republicans sharply coming
back at the Democrats for failing to pay I
to President Eisenhower's plea.
Whoever is to blame, this nation's traditional
open door to the persecuted is daily insulted
as we continue on our course set by the Mc-
Canan-Walter Immigration Law.
t the Jee This, like any ordinary miasii nary, who
- xpressing the will of God. Prof. Toynbe say Kroodlajl
which thej (the Jews) had perversely sterilized In hrdirr? H1
th, th. > rejected the stitll greater treasure which (iod ofient"|
.ii the coming of Jesus of Nazareth.'"
These, and countless other gems of "aodol bssfsj
ned from Toynbee's history on the Stai I Va
It is not the Refugee Relief Act that is at posed to ita emergence, Prof, Toynbee b not alone -.iti-fiedlM
fault. Nor is it the McCarran Law. the Demo-
crats or the Republicans. The people, them-
selves, are to blame for permitting the'r legis-
lators to spurn the conscience of America.
The Honorable Senators from the South
it on its own term- As Abba Eban observes in hi- i .mmenurit
ish historian, "There is a vehement assault on the ante
modern I-rael reaching back into the mist* of antiquity."

RESTORATION OPPOSES DIVINE WILL
President Eisenhower recently recommended
to Congress the appointment of Solicitor Gen-
eral Simon E. Sobiloff as Federal Judge.
Opportunistic Easing of Tension
Israel s announcement at Geneva that its
atomic scientists are extracting uranium from
:.s found in the Negev and that they are ex-
perimenting with solar energy must certainly
be an unhappy note striking at the ears of the
Irish State's Near East neighbors.
What with the Arab League still bent on
destroying Israel by economic boycott, blocade
and political intrigue, this sore information tells
t.-.e Arabs that they have not been successful
in daunting either the spirit or the creative
energy of the Jewish people.
Egypt, undoubtedly the strongest partner in
:r.e League, has discovered at Geneva that it
is far behind Israel in industrial and scientific
progress.
Perhaps some of this sad news is the reason
foi Eqypt's sudden decision Wednesday to
crrive at some kind of reconciliation with its
Israeli neighbor. Twentieth century history and
two World Wars have proven that the Arabs
.end their allegiance mainly to opportunism.
Nothing, it seems in ths regard, has changed.
But on whatever basis, we are certain Israel
is most anxious and happy to welcome the
easing of tensions in the Near Eastif such
should be forthcoming as a result of Egypt's
conciliatory tone this week.
The Death of an Anti-Semite
William J. Cameron died Friday in Oakland,
Calif., at the age of 76.
We don't suppose too many people remem-
ber Mr. Cameron, but he was a disturbing per-
sonality in his daya man with whom to reck-
on carefully because bigots in high places re-
quire special consideration.
Mr. Cameron was less noted for his position
cs editor of The Dearborn Independent than
THUS PROF. Toynbee describes the persecutions of tk*l
Visigoths as being of typically "Judaic" fanaticism, and he
records of religious persecution before the Maccabees, kl
I become the traditional" parents of forcible proselytaal
the Jews were finallv and forcibly cast into their two thou*
Now. Congress has qone home without doing long exile, they attained, according to Prof. Toynbee. thwI
anything about the President's recommenda- state The natural Jewishness. Eban humorously r. n.irks. wasf
lion. dit mn ol Diaspora. One can only draw the condemn that the Ml
The reasons are simple. Mr. Sobiloff had a ll"n l> an impiety and an injustice.
great deal to do with the recent desegregation | ,,r the Jews. Prof. Toynbee would have us beliae.
ruling, and the senators from the South all their mission in the beginning. They had indeed been gifted'
honorable gentlemen did not find his activity paralleled spiritual insight but after having divined a truth *
to their liking. absolute and eternal they allowed themselves to !>< captivaMil
Apparently, the Constitution of the United relative and temporary hall truth "They persuaded them**!
Israel's discovery ot the one true God had revealed Israel to"f
people." Now. in exile, they became a "fo thing petrified which retains its original shape without the
So long as the ideal of restoration lay in the Zionid dreaM
nothing done to fulfill it. so long as the fossil condition jar
undisturbed, the ideal could exist at least by halt \eiled ]
once, however, something was done to make of "*
"mystical feeling convicted the Zionist- o( an
which verged upon impiety in their attempt to take out
the fulfillment of God's promise to restore Israel ">"|W
initiative

States is still being contested as the supreme
law of the land.



^.
olGfldil
Token Payment for a Wrong Which Cm
Never be R.ghfed .
THE GERMANS ARE TO BLAME
For prof. Toynbee. there is in this regard a wids ^'^
Divine Will and human action, and the State of Israel becotnei
' "I blood and soil and herrenvolk ... the sen expo^*"^
caricature u U-mg the naked neo paganism that it *"
the restoration of Israel akin to Nazism but to c..mmunB.'
i"r any attempt to achieve social change in the fac of taewT]
<>f We-tcrn brutality is a distortion of Christianit) arising o
niunist plotting.
one could go on and on. pinpointing further ",,erly.pu!3
beeisms and the Professor's total ignorance of Jc"
concepts Hut it would be useless; the fulminations of the'
'."' ma,Ur ho* cleverly phrased in the lingo of the mtellefMJ,
ij.tend to aggravate themselves. Interestingly enough, rr*
attributes to Nan Germany the final cause for the emert*^
Mate of lsrael-with an assist from President Truman*
^0mWM P*diency with charity by assisting wronged
Now Prof Toynbee really doesn't believe the ]t**jf!L
or suffering at all. ,t was the fault of the Naris. And: On
Judgment the gravest crime standing to the German Ns*
afcfiSS u I ,aCCU,nl m,*ht no< that they had exterminated
Western Jews, but that they had caused the survival
Jewry to stumble."
too much"" hard'y g fUrth*r' ** lhe ,pi^i, **""


iv AUGUST 12, 1955
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,etters to the Editor
children had a deleterious effect
upon the children in that they
would not be socially adjusted un-
les they remained on the kibbutz
for their entire lives, and would
cause them to lose a sense of in-
dividualism
The question that has been re-
vived iswhat should be the role
of the Anglo-Jewish press?
Should there be a greater discus
sion of controversial problems af
fecting Jewish life in ft merle II I
wel! as Israel, and should there be
a greater stress upon news items
with, of course, a curtailment of
personalia?
I am aware of the necessity of
newspapers having to operate on a
profit and that what with the cost
M.......n This ideological "^"1' "VC'hcadh' etc- K,he
n the first that lias *"m**T.^J.m e**" *
to he limited. Should an Anglo-
Jewish publication be concerned
primarily with currents in J<
life, adopting a purely objective
and non-committal editorial pol-
icy? Should it leave to the individ-
ual members of the community to
fend as best they can for obtain-
ing divergent points of view?
Should the Anglo-Jewish press con-
I article referred tolrn '/f" with the *?cn5ral wel-
I Professor Nimkoff. fare of the community and operate
as an adjunct of federations and
The Jewish Floridian:
recent items in the daily
Iboth here and in other cities
la-t few days, have revived
btinn that has remained un-
r,l for several years.
item in this past Sunday's
Daily News had the head-
fcisaster Threatens Israel's
Ism The opening; para-
states The kibbutz move-
Israel's experiment in agri-
|l socialism, has been swept
Political conflict and threat-
fit h .i disaster." The article
*oce< ds to discuss the ideolo-
lash that has split the kib-
tm Harod, one of the Is-
ildesl and most publicized
tents.
[split is. of course, between
Ian
- mil I
I several kibbutzim in Is-
I has been waged since
)(iil Some have involved
led and the splitting of
Iting father against
parents against chii-
lt i- an indication that kib-
havc put party and poli-
above the welfare of
Mrs. Louis L. Perlman, of Chi-
cago, president of the B'nai
B'rith Women's Supreme
Council, has been elected a
trustee of National Jewish
Hospital at Denver, the fam-
ed free, non-sectarian medi-
cal center for tuberculosis
and chest diseases, which
was opened by B'nai B'rith in
1899.
Welfare Funds and shy away from
organizational or ideological dis-
putes?
If a local paper is a reflection
of a community which concerns it-
self only with Federation cam-
paigns, Bonds for Israel drives, and
other non-co.ntrover.sial campaigns,
then it must be said that the com-
munity is apathetic or in ignor-
ance of the various disputes and
controversies that, from time to
time, beset Jewish life here and
abroad. Is it better to not stir pla-
cidity or should a paper give
prominence, via news and editor-
ials, to burning issues so as to
awaken the community to pub-
licly discuss and debate such is-
sues?
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
|ni! sociologist of the Uni-
,,! Honda, who led a 15-
a recent visit to Is-
I : or Nimkoff felt that
ibutz method of raising
ii Seeks Clear
ZOA Position
[radio talk sponsored by the
u Israel Bond scries. Rabbi
[Al.ramouit/. newly elected
it of the North Shore Zi-
ktricl of the ZOA, Sunday
ppon (he national executive
lee to clarify basic issues
Ing American Zionists. De-
the spread of unwarranted
ft. the Rabbi asked for a
it statement from the ZOA
ip in order that unity be j Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
I am writing you for the purpose
of focusing the attention of your
readers upon a misrepresentation
of fact by the Mogen David Kosher
Meat Market, which is detriment
to the public interest.
For the past three or four con-
secutive Mondays there ha-- ip>
pcared in the Miami Herald an ad-
vertisement by the Mogen David
Kosher Meat Market in which my
name. H. K;iininet/kv." Is listed I
as Ma*hgiach (Supervisor).
Since I have never given con
sent to the DM the
Mogen David Kosher Meat Mar .
ket, nor have I ever been or am
connected or associated with thill
i n in in any wav, I would appre-
ciate your printing my letter in I
your paper M that the public may
be advised that my mine la being |
u.-ed solely to mislead and mi-:ep
resent. \
I have aNo written t<> the Miami
Herald explaining this situation
tern n ,i(.:i.,i con and requesting them to refrain
i iking | lace in henceforth from iubii>hii- thi-
Labor Pay week-1 advertisement in winch my name
f '< tllj restore unity I appears.
- in that ZOA'l poll BENJAMIN H KAMINETZKY
interpreted and **-1
Abramowitz scored a re-
lumn in The Jewish Flor-
rhich labeled the present
in ZO \ as a struggle of
> lie explained '"that
don of personalities
honesl conflict ide-
I when resolved, will
I" [then and expand
I
i that of the
PI I Zl A v. ith I par-
ti party in Ear* '
f Zionists. Some veter-
tend that ZOA
pi"' I1-1 ome involved in in-
I> i1' ol i he Sovereign
ZOA. they main
ntifj itself with Zi
| i ither than with
1 political party.
past, should e6n
catalytic a
in
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soring a "Night in
rring Jan Hart.
Pui.-h singer and entertain-
''."> evening at the Lakc-
"i Lake Osceola in
'nville
pxpected that many Miami-
vacationing at Lake-
Osceola Inn. Horowitz,
Duncraggan Inn will be
wnce to join with the Hen-
Hie Lodge. Helping with
mgements are Mayor and
Aronovitz, of Miami.
trs "f the local committee
Mville are Morris Kaplan.
P of the lodge, and Jack
|n.
Aqcdcii.! Israel
Elects Herman
David Hermon has bee,i elected
nresident of Agudath Israel He
brew Institute.
Other officer* named at an ,
election meetine this week are j
Louis Scherkor. honorary life pi'
ident; Hertz Weiss and Isaac S.
Smith, honorary president; Murray
Rose? berg, Nat Wolf son, enjamin
S. Pearlman and Martin (Jruhtr.
vicf president*.
Abe Tuniek. treasurer, and Max
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Of ZOA to Move
Headquarters Here
Offices of the Southeast region
of the Zionist Organization of
America will be moved from their
permanent headquarters in At-
lanta, Ga., to Miami Beach some-
time next week. The Jewish Flor-
idian learned late Wednesday.
Spokesmen for the region indi-
cated that Beach headquarters are
scheduled to open in an office
building on 14th st. and Washing-
ton ave.
"The ZOA's decision to move its
regional headquarters to Miami
Beach is a tribute to South Flor-
ida's significance as a Jewish com-
munity on the American scene/'
the spokesman said.
It was revealea that the Jewi-h
population of South Florida, alone.
' compares favorably in number with
J the Jewish population of the entire
i seven-state Southeast region.
"In light of this fact,'' the
spokesman said, "the move of our
headquarters here was inevitable.''
Theater Group Meets
Friday Night Front Row Center
Theater Group will meet at the
Fontainebleau hotel Friday eve-
ning.
Isidor Coons, who came out
of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., more
than a quarter oi a century
ago to direct the American
Jewish community's largest
philanthropic campaigns, re-
cently observed his 35th an-
niversary in a fund raising
career that has produced
more than $500,000,000. One
of his earliest assignments in
the philanthropic field was to
serve in 1920 as personal rep-
resentative of the Hon. Her-
bert Hoover, then chairman
of the European Relief Coun-
cil, which sought to raise
funds for the relief of child
victims of World War I.
Spinoza forum Sunday
"Why Grow Old?" will be the
I topic of discussion Sunday eve-
ning at the Spinoza Outdoor For-
' um, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr.
I Abraham Wolfson will open the
i discussion and will be followed by
brief talks by Dr. I. Kahn, Lillian
', Everts. Dr. N. S. Hanoka. Albert
Newman and Mr. N. Rosenthal.
i Harry Kershaw will preside.
Masada Schedules Ball
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will present
its annual "Bachelor Ball" on Sun-
day night, Aug. 14 in the Surf
room of the Shore Club.
According to Archie Goodwin,
chairman of this affair, the show
and major portion of the evening's
activities will take place after the
Miami Beach pop concert, "to give
those attending the concert an op-
portunity to arrive on time."
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.PAGE 6
ON THE
Lebanese
Hilda
HORiS SMOLAR^z
Christians Ra,> Arab Propag
SOBS- KkJ E* -- -
By BORIS SMOLAR
The intet.s.tied Arab propaganda in the United
States is now meeting strong resistance from Le-
banese Christians in this country. Leading m the
anti-Arab fie are the Maron.t.
number
on concl
are the
about 450.
get her
menians
majority
with the treatment they rece
In fact, thev fear for their verj existence, being a
Christian island in a sea of Moslem countries. They,
therefore, welcome the emergence ot another non-
Moslem state Israel especiall} since this state
borders directly on Lebanon And they sincerely
favor the concluding of peace between Lebanon and
Israel That thev cannot say openly in Lebanon, be-
cause of intimidation by the Arab League, their
relatives in the United States proclaim here and in
Canada There are twice as man) Maronites living
aid to Israel Lebanese-Americans u
The present OfM o itrmation
^H-cially .directed M^^^Ui -established
gi-
UJ.UUJ
d from Sy^w^tv^ress
emphasize And the) stress
non-Arab coinmunin
they
that
Maronites.
k.. .. Americans eome lro.n I
wKwVTtS* for centuries to Pr^rvjjje.aoj
^^prevent^Ub^n
and suggest
with 1
eharge the Arab Lea
from concluding a pe
thai the Jews and Maronites in this
nate their efforts In fighting Arab
da.
country coordi
prop.!
#MI III L0VEX
UN Refugee Fund Seems to
By DAVID LOVEN
GENEVA
-pi S'atiotis 1
gees 1 I. Van H<
lation
fugee Fund.
ji seven mi nth> of already
exi t of the 1
or prom the H
itlook that th
P lying tribute to I
tribution- I
e to the I'NREl
h Commissioner n nlj SI 986 "ll"
: Inbuti
thai I SREF was re btill
6.000 short .'i the 1955
i .;. much lime going around the
worl the High Commissioner
IS
cil. to whom he u thai
[ it had ai w to acl
be Shaky
,i 1959 li>' would be
the I NR1 F target
etemallj
The High Commi.* ,,|v ,:
i Mil I I and hi
his difficulties were beii
den.
when ioven
contribution would varj at con
tin1 total
THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE FREE: THE GERMANS It
346 pp. Chicago: University of ChkMI
R, an American Jew 0f German desceej
fascination" for "this monstrous in7
i for a year, to live in a small town he.
open mind and a will to understand,!
tint close to the German people ramet
Of the rise of National Socialism as seen through the
little Nazis 'a baker, a policeman, a teacher, a clerk-a
what remote from the wild shouting and even frum the atn
characterize the Third Reich to us. Out of those twelve __
a book which I think is the best of its kind for pure readabiyM
and analysis Of the German mind.
Mr Mayer's ten "friends" represent as dove an a;
to the average German as can probably be made Thev arethe^
the aeventj million who "went along." who didnl careen.
teal We indicr them. Mr. Mayer does not. He does what ai
incriminating Me chronicles them.
What do those ten little people think of Nazism! Ton
believed then, and believe still, that it w tor them,)
the "best time "f their lives." It gave them employment,I
iritj and care Tyranny1 "Nonsense"an autocracy, thm
Atrocities? The torture and murder of -i\ million Ji
don't believe It and. anyway, what could the) do? .ill than
ed ol them w.i- to go along and stay out of trouble. Thqrj
unite innocent The collective shame which i wanl themtft^
i [eel Far more horrifying than confession ol -uchij
non-confession ol it Not only do thej refusw i put,]
they do not even comprehend it! One cansj
immoral; it Is amoral.
iributions Bj these strings
mments I ard with funds
The High Commissioner reported that the over-
all problem in Europe concerned some 300.000 un
settled refugees. In particular there were large
bers of n -till in camps "those ghastly
places which i should -> i
The camp population al the present time ^
German) 27.000 Au I 000 Italy, Including
Trieste 4.800 and Gi 100 making total "i
:i 500 Nor was this the lull extent el the problem
To the number ol living in official camps
had efugi living in un-
i fficii
MK-iologtcaljJi
"Their offense was their national I
VI IM I. ASHY
MR. MAYER analwcs the C.cunan character
1119 on in,-, -,....., Ltaimlli
,h' SuX- ffJiSof ant.-Sein.tis.n. constant geographKSJ
men) invasion and struggle for liberation 'There is -uchil
national character.'" he Bays, "even though th. Nazis said 1
The typical German trait of "heaviness he -. a- the resall
tinual pressure and counter-pressure, and pressure he swisl
The Germans and the Jews he finds "wonderfully aHpJ
beset h..s produced in the .leu- and in the .'.crman1
compensator) assertloa of superiority and messianism."saB
,n ot purity." "Germany." he says. -,s the Jew annas
But the Jew adjusts to his world; the Gen
to him.
And nine ol these ten men still hate the J w> Ten yean
curtain went down, but the stage is still there, the setUnff-
It remains onl) tor a new puppet-master to ring up the
new performance It is fantastic to suppose that, wna ttj
New Road Breaks Settlement Isolation
By NURA LASKY
11 SALEM
its,
1 hi j wi
sible i nl) b) a roundabout *
It was ex
ive for the new l it
. lived ii >mj
i b\ tin inian
border and trequi icks Iron
ii
Until they got a new road
This new macadam highway, onl) 10 miles long,
broughl these mountain settlements closer to
Jerusalem b) 25 miles ami cul travelling time from
100 to 4o minutes The) can dine al fail
-peed, for this i- a first-class modern highway,
broad and smooth, which cost 1J300.000 Israel pounds
to build and kept 150 worker- bus) for Too days.
In the middle of July, the road was ccremoniousl)
opened by Prime Minister Ifoshe Sha.vtt who called
it a "daring seheme-' which was "executed with
skill." He compared it to the highwa) to Sodom, at
the southern end of the Dead Ses ol which Israelis
are mighty proud for it .- a feat of engineering the
This
also
N
like ot which the) had t.>t s
it i- now called has
ul "i -h it rock with over 100 < \
plosives
meter- ol rtx k were shifti
Mrs Zippoi SI retl cul it.
mony, and immi
e.,r- and busi
the people who had planned this
whose brawn had buill it th rtl) new
immigrants who. she while
doing a lir-t class job
Tin- i- not onl) I bul it i the
most beautiful om in all bi
olivi
the
coastal : | breathtaking
v '' crosses thi >m the plain to Jeru
salem, it ris< | ,. r,
down Ik'Io
Now ,. |
watchii Imire th. .-ph.,
er to the capital is i good feel
explained this man who ,,t thi ..; had
Imire Mr Mayer's reasonable Intelligence, anati
..,,,.-. 1 cannot bring my-ell lo "
thor to explain and understand the deeprooWeni
mount to forgiveness This is the way the) "j
themselves, and so on To me. explanation is not *\J*\
en masse are wch slaves to their vm.rs*i
something beast like about the Germans Onl) ws m
b) their -urrou.id.iiL-. man is -upposed to rise '"
I have a strong -u-pie.on that Mr. Mayer '"'f,.
to have Certainly it is the nice, the eon-.ruct.se om. am'
1 confess that 1 leave .' to others to rehabilitate ttnM
nd I. I am hating for six million who did
one
who will be
SAVL 1'ARSOX
......."-" i ana ine i.uiw.iv
lo* out oi ., toyshop
n< r ol B
come from Mi
Jewish Scientists A To yUoms for Peace U*
I
mv-teru- locked
Einstein's umou<
Delano Roosertl
LEON GM TTERMAX _
Victor Borge to he in Exclusive Series
By LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLYWOOD
CBS Television has engaged the exclusive serv-
ices of comedian Victor Borge. Under the term- ol
the agreement. Victor will star in two special one
hour programs and make guest appearance- on sev-
eral network series.
The special programs will present the droll Dan-
ish Jewish pianist comedian in typical one man per-
formances, and will be among the highlights of the
on's special programming being devised by I BS
Since Victor Borge's recognition as one of Amer-
ica's foremost musician comedians, he has made
guest appearances on many top television programs,
among them "Toast of the Town" and "Person to
Person."
Before his success in America. Victor was hailed
as Copenhagen's reigning wit. With the Nazi inva-
sion of his homeland, Borge, who had all of Europe
la
!" L hl* lampooning oi Kitlei
become citizen ot .he i ,.,:,,, Si '
Although he had become th. paid rt o|
'"'"' and motion piet.re '
Seandanavia and mud. of Europe he .U( h '
tearned that he would have to buUo h repuiuoJ
terested and the other half etfrjT? t
finally getting what ..,, JJ". *"
_ According to Sophie Tuckpr- -a
By SAUL CARSON
\ NITKD NATIONS
\ll eyes and ears here are
turned for a two-week period to
the tinted Nations European
headQuartera at Geneva. Thefe.
Monday, the international
conference on the peaceful uses
oi Atomic Energy convened for
two weeks of aes&iona in which
the world will learn from its
i'iig -eunti.sts how modern
man proposes to heed the an-
Cienl Jewish prophets cll for
turning s,,r(ts into plough-
sharea At Geneva, the Jew's
brilliance In science h..s ronverK-' ncva. *n,'r0 .u
ed w.th the traditional Jewish has bru
ile-ire tor peace.
lrm the beginning of the
atomic era. -dentists who were
Jewish played an important
some believe a vital role. Now
at Geneva, when the means are
hemg organized for the use of
atomic energy for peace- instead
of for destruction Jews again
Play a role far above their mi
noritj stataja.
Albert Einstein's special the-1
ory of relativity had aided world
^icnce in iu reach toward the
lin ueiau" j
the placing of An**
dustrial. militao
powers tH'hind in*'
finally P"^^ *-
_.nd later the Mjl
of destruction IJJJ1
dentists many of tji
from Nan and J-
tu.n. "ftVi
that priKlucedtar
overall control oMJJ
Inboratory tha"*^
|s*iblewa>aJe-"J|
Oppenhe.mer. ^J.jJJ
all-out en
energy
er for an
late atomic
cence. Jews aga
ordinary part
when the la> -
bl> here ^J-*
Mhich opes
,dviW
ence
Aug
8. an
rstabluhed
nag-
General D*
ganite the
entists. On thst
tatives
represent


LUGUST 12. 1955
^JmHstithridbgj
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of Tau Alpha
Tau Epsilon Phi is
arded Miss Sandy
it the University of
r the 1955-1956
A junior, she is
x of Mr. and Mrs.
Whitman, 1821
r Miami.
fademy Women
light Cruise
t cruise on the Seven
being sponsored by
Academy Women Sun-
!' p m.
|t.i Mrs. Irving Firtel,
Hebrew Academy
social get-together
nil in a series of so-
for the summer
Se d is in charge of
The yacht will
lei 8 City Yacht Bas-
ingements committee,
d, are the Mes-
Bergman, Benjamin
tbraham Margel and
irge Kimmel. Mr.
Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
B '/ Mr and Mrs.
\x. Mr and Mr>. Dan-
It m miik"

\be sore W$
RIDA
HRIES
tOGtmuo
pin "D" Milk
Products"
^0 Protected
I 2-2621
[Miami Delivery
TO rtggaS, 1
Hot weather metis do tax the in
genuity of the best and most ex
pcrrencad among at; But there are
WT, h?d W? ^ m\dkUWm*ihe:" In Mother saucTpTorfT-
vegetables that ran rnmilt ;~ ... i-~___~ ... .. F "'
vegetables that can result in sat-
isfying dishes. For Instance, an
easy to prepare dish of mushrooms
enriched in calories by the addi-
tion of sourcream. Serve it on
toast for luncheon, or along with
a cold vegetable "borscht" and hot
potato, and a salad of your choice
for.dinner. You'll spend less time
in the kitchen and more free time
with family and or friends in the
cool of the afternoon or evening.
MUSHROOM ALA RUSSE
4 to 5 cups thinly sliced fresh
mushrooms
v< teaspoon salt
Cold water to cover
3 tablespoons butter or sub-
stitute
2 tablespoons flour
A dash of paprika or pepper
1 cup sour cream
1 tablespoon finely diced green
onions
2 tablespoons finely cut Mas-
linas
Parsley for garnish.
Toast points or toasted buttered
bagel halves.
After cutting off the woody
stems of fresh mushrooms, slice
from top down as thin as desired.
Rinse in cold water and drain well
before measuring. Pack tightly
mushrooms shrink in cooking.
Sprinkle with salt and add just
enough cold water to come even
with top of mushrooms in a sauce-
pan. Let stand 10 minutes then
drain. Enough water will cling to
the sliced mushrooms for cooking.
Cover and cook over moderate heat
Dean Foster Alter Resigns;
Joins Investment Firm
Foster E. Alter has resigned as
Dean of Men at the University of
Miami. He will be associated with
the Miami offices of Waddell and
Reed, Inc. The firm, headed by the
Wilmington group of duPont, in-
vests the funds of individuals and
institutions in securities.
Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president
of the diversity, said Alter's
resignation is effective Sept. 15.
"Alter has been part and parcel
of the University's life and has
played such an important role in
its development and in the lives
of its students that it will be hard
to visualize the institution without
him." Dr. Pearson said.
3 to 5 minutes or till the mush-
room slier* are tender when
pierced with a fork. Remove from
mg pan melt the butter and add
the flour, stirring it gently till
lightly browned over moderate
heat. Stir in the sourcream a little
at a time till smooth. Add the
steamed mushrooms, liquid includ-
ed, and the diced green onions and
Maslinas (chopped green olives can
be substituted). Stir lightly and re-
move from heat. Turn over toast
points or toasted bagel halves and
serve hot. Garnish with parsley, of
course. Or, to increase nutritional
value of this dish, add a garnish of
diced hard cooked eggs or serve
with devilled eggs on the side.
Serves 4 to 5.
BORSCHT COOLER
1 qt. Manischewitz Borscht,
chilled
% cup sour cream
Club soda
Borscht cubes
Strain borscht or mix in a blen-
der at high speed for H minute.
Whip together with the sour
cream. Place 1 borscht cube in each
glass and fill N full with the
borscht mixture. Gradually fill
glass with club soda.
Borscht Cubes fill ice cube
tray with 2 cups Manischewitz
Borscht and freeze.
*
CREAMY SARDIM; SPREAD
Mix together:
V pound cream cheese
1 tin drained, mashed sardines i
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon finely minced
onion
V* teaspoon dry mustard
Spread on Tasteas Matzo Crack-
ers or Tarn Tarns.

HERB CHEESE SPREAD
'6 pound process American
Cheese
3 tablespoons Manischewitz Dry
Concord Wine
Mi teaspoon salt
Dash Manischewitz White
Pepper
1 teaspoon caraway seed
Mi teaspoon dried sage
Mi teaspoon powdered marjoram
tt teaspoon Manischewitz
Paprika
Allow cheese to stand at room
temperature until softened. Blend
with wine, salt and pepper until
smooth. Add rest of ingredients.
Store in refrigerator until ready
to use. Make at least one day be-
fore it is to be served. Spread on
Manna Matzo Crackers or Tarn
Tarns.
Donee Workshop Friday
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
will sponsor a dancing workshop
at 223 East Flagler st. on Friday
afternoon, Aug. 5.
Chairmen are Jacki Rosenthal
and Douglas Schwartz. Adult teach-
er will be Peggy Logan.
Guaranteed Kesher
Rabbi Jacob Cohen
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- tttsa^h1 -ss. ,''=.-.....;
Rabbi Emeritus
I .. t > K IP
ian ",hc '";",';;r m
Miss farlotta June Adel and m
Melvyn Gerald Greenspahn
Ki?S parent..... Mr "d Mrs
Bernie Adel. U WM s| ';.
Vrbor. Miami H^ch. and U*
............ni an i>r and Mw
* a. c;.ji enchanted the audience Sundaj evening ,,-,. parenU an "r
Maestro Arthur F.edlar MKhttKOW ^^^ ,;.cnspnhn.
si the Miami Beach pop concert eve i mdividua'
numbers and graciously insisted on giving due rec^
sts in the orchestra, among them concert master Bug. a
understand Mr. Kedler --i, h. > J >.,,,
in a dither, what with his handsome greying nan i
manner.
l.
T=i"........*-j.....-&.-S rtstwra
sjsKrss-. :........- -.....
....
.,! a distance. ,
Councilman and Mrs. Harold Spae. wen ..-
,. ervedfor Miami Beach politico* ,,h Counc.ir.an and m
Ha-old Shapiro. Sylvia', pink dress "h
with what appeared to be white bn I i
The Leo Ackermans enjoyed then *"*
Bobette is Jewish Famiij Si
Also On hand wen Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, the Ju
,e music seriouslj His ret
I '8 to behold, and no wonder he lent 2^*J*f'
ner's Prelude to "Di. Edd.e Newman
per through our spy g ,nd brief ho,
lization. .
e, |, jt between numbers and greetings friends at
Julius Jay Perlmutter, George Bertman, a|
tingue in a whit. tel ... id Alien Goldberg. II. Men a i I
r mpl< EmanuEl and a member of the Temple board
and MW
Chic
'\'!r .
In th '""m "' ''
'" hotel Soft pink candleligh
led .he I" J"f
i, ns ol shell
lute
and
R h D
ptial
, .
. th seal
tram TI
P.-.I
vex,
' ''''- "'
her
H. liered veil of
. was Id in place
Their beautiful horn. blvd must have look< : -.- traditi
Mr and Mrs Stanley C. Myers alter their return from at! >s' -' Id" -he used I bnda
jsightset friend was exciting but Coral Gables can w >.,..,,., her maternal
. ),,... less tl il foi wearj travelers
..,-,. onl, ; I was in Salt Lake I it) and rhe bi 'de bou-
Ve i Martha reports She and Stanley started their tour of th< ,.
Wit them were the Bernard w,
Sterlings, : Miami
i | \ t|.. y Natmnai Park and then
British l olumbia visiting a friend along the waj Genei
it is that I id Yi stone Park were awe-inspir-
ithful erupt five times It's a natural won-
say M irtha

... ., moment ago, we
r- r that Councilman Sam Halperin is also off on a trip to I
earned vacation Adding to his will be his wife
Lccna's alwa impeccably tasteful wardrobe. .
Word i- that their !>eautiful Allison Island residence will give way
three weeks at Cal Neva 1 Lake Tahoe. The Halperinsl
Id not have mad. a more lovely choice
^X
?A
Mrs. mthym C. Gret>n**rfca:
Bochner, l>
Exchange V
I ravel t<> -
Mr. and Mn in
SW 30th ave., ^
riage ot their du.
Airman Kred w
Mr. an d Mn $"
SW 21st ave B
The wedding took.
home of Mr and M
PJHlips. lR25B.,rrite,
Miami Beach Rahh, i,
performed the cer
which a reci ption ]
The bride wore a ajft
of import,,! embroil
With a seed jn-arl mo,1JT
hat and short veil
of the same materiaU.1
an old fashioned col
"'" : hnor
rm" '"d in ordjjl
with a bouquet of paleg
rold I. | hillips acted |
for hi- bn 'her.
Mrs. Phillips k- a
Miami High Sehool and"!
erly en gj ,( |
Finance Corporation of I
bit-
Mr. Phillip- graduated
ami Hit ti School and
the University of SLaafl
completed a < ,urs of |
Kecsler An Force
Miss the couple art
car to Tucson, Ark,
groom will be stationed
specialist
Iran; i
Lev) and Mrs. Emma Goldstein,
lie. Fla; Mr and Mrs.
Meyer Starr and son. Stanley. Mr.
and Mrs Jack Reiter and Larry i
chids
i aeSl
ds Diani & I warti and
ard Tratchman. New Orleans. La.; i
Mr and Mrs Ralph O Greenspahn, I
Mr- Bertha Selinger. Mrs. Pearl j
Spero. Mrs t'harles Goodman and
Mrs Martin Lipsitz. all from Chi-,
The bride attended Central High ,
with pink accessories rhej earned School m Memphis, and graduated |
bouquets ol soft pink roe-1cum laude from the University of1
es Junior bridemaid, Jane Bever- Miami, where -she majored in sec-1
!y Horwits, attired in I copy of the ondary education She is a member j
attendants gowns, carried a col- of Alpha Kpsilon Phi sorority
Faj Brodsk; won i lei In bal-
lerina gowns of seablue -ilk taf-
i, ta with Tina-
Matron ol hollo!
ipahn sister in la ol the bride,
Wore pale pink polished cotton
.'
When Monday I ind Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habit will bid
farewell 1 h and th- .......le S to return
heir chil
Morena 81 d Miriam.
The This time it got the Georg*
Curtko's. Helen nville. N.<
i ml ... .
co- lei .
George home Friday I "or Plans
'.heir children Barry and Diann*,
Mr. and Mrs. James Harris will celebrate their 17th anni-
,c and ln-pirini: manner They will be hosts
Tifereth Israel Northside tenter to mark the
hter Judith Estelle, ma> or maj .
US." Arn happilv "It upon whether si
Ann i- Tifereth 1 od presi I
> a > > f
Word i- that Sidney Efronson ha- finally returned home from two
k- at Mercy hospital following his automobile accident
Sid, who is preside hapter B'nai B'rith and'
rman oi 'he Greater Miami B'nai B'nth Youth Organization, found
wife, Syd*ll, and daughter, Beth Lortn, joyousl) greeting hm-
nast) misfortune.
Jack Kahn's birthday gift to hi- lovel) wife Beverly, was a pedi
i parakeet. Scene of the presentation was I lurpi | rt> in
i erly's honor Sunday evening. .
We understand that some 25 guests turned out for tl
rig them the senior Kahns, who tl.w down from New Jem
he p their daughter-in-law celebrate, and Mr. and Mrs. Si Blum*.
>>>><
-Baby brother" Jay Reiss, Jr., arrived last week fro:.. Mobile,
to visit with hi- si-ter for a brut staj at the Priedmans Garden
1. e apt- on Brickell ave. .
"Baby brother" i- what Rita always calls him and word is they
planning a trip to California (Go Went, teems to be the Mian
e s.a\~ together next monthwith an exciting -top in i
Leaving her cool summer home in R.-ckland. Ml arn in
. necticut l- Leonora Baruch .
With problem- concerning the running ol hei San Mai
dence in Miami Beach out ol her thought- completel) -he'll be
e guest of her friend-. Nancy and Bobby Greene, Pin,
their Darien. Conn, estate before Leonora returns hei
u t i-on.
Recently married Mr. and Mrs. David C. Goodwin have left on
rred wedding trip .
After David's bar exams in Tallahassee, they visited his mother.
onial of rose elf roses Her young
sister, Peggj Laureen Horwits,
I rose petals ami
wore white starched organd) over
pink Both are cousins of the ttride
All attendants wore white gloves
Mr- Richard Fink took ch
ng the col "( tht gut tbook A reception and
supper dance followed the cere
monj at the Empn 1 afa
- were ol pink and white tlo
Floral
n- wen i bj tin
kston. l
\' : were
Mr Jerome Horwiti
children
The gr.Him is a graduate of
Francis W Parker High Sehool in '
Chicago and Northwestern Univer-
sity where he majored in zoology, j
He I- at present attending the Uni-
\er-ity of Miami law sehool and
will graduate in February. He is a
member of Phi Kpsilon Pi and
president of Tau Kpsilon Rho legal |
fraternity, as well as president of
the Bar and C.avel Legal Society.
\
Mrs. 1. ar*
1 pon completion of a wedding
trip bj plane to Loa Angeles. Las|^jjss \\\i|/ |kf
and t hicago. newlvwed Mr 1. u.
and Mrs (Ireenspahn will reside at MV '?! i! I
Miss p weitz
Mrs Walter 503 Santander ave. Coral Gables.
Kalik, Fine Wed
In Harden Rites
home of Mr and Mrs. Murray
3155 Prairie ave. was th*
of the 6 pm garden wedding
of their daughter. Babe, to Rich
BTd F Fine, son of Mrs. Sallv
md the late Dr. Israel A. resident.
on Sunday. July 31. Rabbi
Kronish officiated.
'iven in marriage by hrr fath
er. the bride wore a gown of white
tulle and alencon laee with empire
w.,isii.ne and ballerina-length
akrl Her s,ik veil cascaded from a
Juhet eap of white seed pearls, and
I a bouquet ff[ orange
blossoms and lilie>-of the valley.
Martene Kalik, sister ajj the
I honor She wore
- i light blue hnen and car
bouquet of yellow shasta
' ids Betsy Sh(K-k-
Ir.s ibilburn wore pale
yellow and carried bouquets of
hit. shasta daisies and tuber
ter's w, sown
she became 'he brute
Ros.n Rabbi Mayer
performed the 1 P*1
in the Algier- hotel
The bride, who W
Pennsylvania ave.
Wettt, Brooklyn, NJ
is the daughter of Mr
Mr Rosen, also a
is the >oo trude Row Detrottl
Chantilb lace f**>
dice of the got*
.skirt was worn ovtr
which was lallerm
pearls trimmed the
unit*
:.vwi
lace headpiece
veil
She carried two
on a white Bible
Mrs Manuel Ziij *
tendant. M.-reaste'-
nylon tulle over UlMH
ried a no- i""
Of*ar Wed* wt
is the brides brouai
Dinner at th?
eeremony
Wrj. Kichari I. Hmt
' CooM broherinlaw of'
Ihsi man l\hers \frs (il'lllUlw
nn> and Howard Kalik. ".',',., .,;I1S K|
brothers of tl.. bride I Mlll'lliHM*. >
Vrs. I. Daniel Shor.ll, and Mr Shorell on R.vo Alto [aland for a week Sis.urh '-tore going to North Carolina to visit her parents, Mr. and Mr. Bax- ^
ter Millar, in Hope Valley. Blsterhood of Mi mn |i i ------ ""
After a week there, they will travel to New York and be at the ^ho,)l an Congregation will ho* ^"^ hone>'moon- the| ding
Mrs Meyer OM
Beach thi> e
I l>ick met while at-
I ng the University of Miami, ami
"" groom is now avsociated to her home m
the (mn "Alex of Miami". Mrs < oh. ** ^
,n Atlanta* i
W.-ldorf for ten days
Final stop, we understand from friend-
5Cth class reunion of Kent School in Connecticut,
to be back in Miami Beach sometime ne
"" ,0rK and at ,he abuad meet ngonTueV'" "'"" T* *'" makp home to: vf^ted fr.rn^ ^
of Patricia Ann. w, a ^ 16. "S 7^^^ "g *** N J ^ i
nnecticut. Dave and Pat plan fgue' 1101 s^' 12th ave i, ha. n, t!^L' Wn gUesU Eluded Mr.,****- ,
xt montth jbeen announced by Mrs Philip Jaul ,,anc** brtde'a Mrs Samuel "JJ
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P ddernd Mr Ivan Strong, both of! the Tides hoieL
New Wk. \C6ktn during bK


r, AUGgST 12, 1955
Janet Lipitf Becomes Mrs. Richard
(wander m Imported French Clumlillv
In a 3 p.m. double ring cere-
mony on Sunday Aug. 7, at Torah
Temple. Miss Janet Eileen Lipitz,
daughter of Mrs. George Lipitz
11204 SW 18lh ave.. and the late
George Lipitz, became the bride of
Richard J. Alexander, son of Mr.
and Mrs. k S. Alexander, Trenton.
N.J.
Rabbi Louis Cassell, of Toral
Temple, officiated.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother Alvin H. Lipitz.
Best man was Jay M.. Alexander
twin brother of the groom.
Maid of honor was Mickie Gor
don. wearing a ballerina-length
gown of Dresden blue silk organza
over whisper taffeta, fitted bod
ice, full billowy skirt trimmed with
Dresden blue and a velvet bow
She carried a cascade of pale pint-
carnations.
Flower girl was Mary Bluma
Sannvitz, cousin of the bride in
pink organdy carrying a basket of
rose petals.
The bride wore a ballerina
length gown of French imported
__ chantilly lace over earl satin with
*e> *efl large satin poufl caught up at th<
^ I back. A miniature princess crown
of chantilly lace was edged with
seed pearls from which hung ;
threc-tierred silk illusion veil. She
carried a cascade of orchids and
white roses
The bride is a graduate of Mi
ami Senior High School and s
member of Tri Beta. She received
her RDH degree at Temple Uni-
versity in Philadelphia.
Mr. Alexander is a graduate of
Trenton Senior High School, at-
tended the University of North
Carolina and Philadelphia College
of Pharmacy. At present, he is in
the Army at Ft. Jackson, S.C.
Alter their honeymoon, in Sep-
tember, the groom will again at-
tend the Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy to get his degree.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. J. Robinson. Mr. Harry
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. I. Miller
ice is currently a nursery i and Mrs. A. Levine, all from Tren-
cher;!! the Beach Branch! ton, N.J.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
eater Miami Jewish Com-! Sarawitz, of Kansas City. Mo.
nter. She is also a teen -
m the Center's oMBHaHHSHMHI
division she received her
of Science degree in
Hen a I primary educa-
|oston Si ite Teachers Col-
ine. 1!>.">4 She was a mem-
Hli i the Art Club.
sk '' engaged as a
I' Mian with the
Wi : Wing in Ashe-
[( He received his Bach-
I degree at West-
ina it ichers College. He
i the student gov-
isted in "Who's
A r.can Colleges and
!' LOSS. He is an
f1 n having served
p Theatre of Opera-
!!*Lfhr*m*r?
PAGE 9
|Fc'l(lluiins Mark
jCiolden Anniversary
At Nowaik Fete
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldheim,
of 1410 sw 22nd ave.. renewed
their wedding vows on Sunday,
July 31. at a dinner marking their
50th anniversary in the Essex
House. Ntwark. N.J.
Formerly of Newark, the Feld-
heims retired to live in Miami over
four years ago.
In Newark, Mr. Feldheim was an
independent bus owner and for-
mer operator of several downtown
garages and parking areas.
Married in Hungary, the Feld
Reims lived in Newark about 45
years. They were invited to 0g
North by their five children, who
were hosts at the dinner
Children include Mrs. Bcla Buch-
wald, Miam Harry Feldheim,
South Orange, N.J.; Mrs. Elsie
Price and Benjamin Feldheim Hill-
side. N.J; and Joseph Feldheim.
Carteret. N.J.
The couple have six grandchil-
dren and one great-grandchild.
Ardnvire
Richard I. A/exonefor

Rice Becomes
[isk's Fiancee;
IIITY Allg. H)
Sara Rice. 726 Meridian
aim Beach, and formerly
In. Mass., announces the
ling i carriage of her
. Beatrice Nona, to Mr.
Sisk, son of Mr. and Mrs.
North Caroline and Mi-
ch
Mr. ond Mrs. Joseph ftldhtim
P in Asheville, where they
f their permanent home
rui h ir:eymoon.
Fishmans Reveal
Terry's Marriage
To Morris Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Fishman,
of LaGorce dr.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Terry, to Morris Feld-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Feldman, Brooklyn. N.Y.
The wedding took place in New
York City, with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, offi-
ciating.
The groom, a former serviceman,
is active in New York communal
affairs and is a leader in youth
activities. He is former president
of the Young'Adult organization
of Temple Beth Elohim in Brook-
lyn.
Among guests attending the
ceremony were Dr. and Mrs. M. A.
Lipkind. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Sim-
onhoff and Mr. and JMrs. Harry
Perach, all of Miami Beaoh.
Rendering the musical portions
of th? liturgy was noted singer
Sidor Belarsky.
The Feldmans now reside at
261-77 Langston ave.. Glen Oaks,
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The briue-elect graauated from
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GLOBAL SHORTS
Britain 'Apprehensive' Over
Near East Developments
NEW YORK (JTA >The British
(I vernment is watching appre-
hensively" the recent develop
ment> in I-rael and Egypt because
it believes that "the increase in
tbe aggressive nationalism in these
countries could lead to a situa-
tion that would endanger peace in
the Middle East.'' the New York
'limes reports from London The
limes correspondent. Drew MM-
dJeton. says that the n>e to poli-
tical influence in Israel of the
H< rut Party in last week's gei
Ctions worrie> Bnti-h dipio-
They have feared that 1>-
rael, prompted by aggressive na-
nalist leaders, might choose a
,..11110' solution of her territor-
ial problems.'" he reports
Pennsylvania Legislature
Passes FEPC Bill
HARRISBIRO. Pa <"SS) ~J,
Fair Employment Practices Bin
was passed last week by the M
Senate ot PenniylvanU by ; '
'of 44 to 5. In addition to provis.on
barring discrimination on account
of race, color or national origin.
,he bill provides that workers be-
tween the ages ol 40 and >..! "
not to be discriminated aganst
The latter clause was Insisted upon
in the Republican members o tne
Senate Committee, who declared
,ho. would only pass the measure
,i an "age clause" were Inserted
First Woman Cantor Named
By Long Island Reform Group
(CEANSIDE, NY iWNSi-The
appointment of the first woman
r to be named a cantor ot a
,i. v-ish house ol worship was an-
inced this week by Temple \
.. a Reform synagogue in this
L rig Mand suburban conimunit>
Ir-e new woman cantor. Mr* Bett)
R obins. 31. was unanimous!)
!ted by the r I the con-
gatioi Mrs Robbins will
vice on S 'be
: Rosh H ishoi \ -; k< -man
.,.,. s s v uic of
? wish In-
- -ute oi R< ligion in N( a York
i :j said
; -t
fewish hi-'
Britain Dissatisfied with
Egypt's Reply on Ship Shelling
,ON'DON JTA
['he Bl
ernment the Ej
reply t t the
Ihng "i thi Bnti-h [reighter
hun in thi Stl I I '
KM Turton

n Affair; sai I in a written re-
quer) from an MP or. thi-
-nun incident The Egyptian
: c .- 'al var ance with tl
ut thi '' "
1 ther the government will i
New Supreme Court Judge
Honored in South Africa
JOHANNESBURG (WNS>-The
! Transvaal provincial conference of
the South African Jewish Boar. Ol
Deputies tthis week presented a
scroll to Simon Kuper. recentl) ele-
ted to the bench of the South
African Supreme Court Tribute
was paid to Judge Kuper for his
servici as chairman of the board
An EC Kuper's other com-
munal s. rvices were chairmai
tbe South African Zionist Fed-
eration and synagogue leadership
Cantor Grossberg to Cant
At Beth tmeth Congregation
ntor Ben Grossberg has I
nan r for High ""
Beth Emeth i
tion. according to an announce-
ment this wvfk
mtor Groj has just
turned from Beilaire, 0. where he
conducted services in Agudath b-
- ue.
His wife soprano reran Ron-
trill be soloist with the North
lewish Center choir under
lirection f 1 els
President Gets New Bill
On Medal for Dr. Salk
\\ tSHINGTON '! \ \ bill to
provide I gold medal to be comrd
and presented to Ir Jonas E Salk.
conqueror "t polio, was sent to the i
Pr his signature it a?ai;
ss last week. De-
tails on the presentation of the
medal have not been announced
U.S. Soldiers Hold Services
At Dachau Crematorium
MUNICH (JTA1 American Jew-
Tisha B Av s,r;iee o'ndu.t.d b
Rabbi George Vkta. V. S. Army
ewish chaplain ol the Mum.
^.h.plain-.romtheiiei^-
,, cities also attended the I.
ions ceremonj
Bonn Parliament Adjourns
Without Action on Law
BONNfJTA crucially impor
tanl amendmenl to th > '"'
demmfic l promised and
awaited (or almost tw tM
, even been introduced in IDC
Bund when that bod) ad-
journed for its summer recess i
will not reconvene before the end
Of September The amendment is
designed to correct some of tbe
most glaring mad.Miuac.es and in-
equities of the 1963 law
Netherlands Quota Ptom
liTo Begin Hebrew Study
THE HAGUE (Wa) >?-**
ana ol the Netherlands has said
B ahe will very probably under-
ake the studs ol Hebrew under an
(.Mn,ncedJew,sh teacher. Queen
Ju .ana mole the statement to
,-h.ef Rabbi Dr. Samuel Rodngues
IVrei... during a recent visit tb
ew Jewish homes for the aged
here
2,000 Jews leave Old
Section of Casablanca
, \s\IU.\N< A. Morocco (JTA>
More than 2.000 Jews have mov-
ed oat ol their homes in the old
native section <>f Casablanca as a
result of the continued clashes be-
tween Moslem Nationalists and the
French administration. Moslem ex-
tremists consider the Jews pro-
French and are making the old
quarter of the city unsafe for Jew-
ish life and UUlillMI
Philodelphio Ptlict tW
Hat-Rod Anti Semites
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) f]
authorities .rrested four^S
boys who drove thelr ^
car along in the CedarW?
turn of this c.t> shout.ng^?
Semitic remarks at the jfwi^
dents sitting outside their t
The owner of the car. Wim3
bright. 17. and his ca
Robert Harkins. also 17
under questioning they j
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Iheast Branch to Conduct Second
leciprocity, Orientation Day Aug. 17
,eas( Branch of National
s league of the United
ye <>f America Wednesday
I that the group's second
tity and Orientation Dsy
c place on Wednesday, Aug.
, io a.m. to 3 p.m., in the
ium of Beth David Syna-
| Benjamin B. Wolff, former
provident and chairman of
Lty, -aid that the Branch
|n make preparation for a
event m October.
Ij.oui- Fomcrantz, of the Is-
f(tiitrr. will give the invo-
Mr>. Mayer Abramowitz,
Shore Jewish Center, will
iooderator for a panel on
MJons, along with Mrs. Mur-
tlman, of Zamora Jewish
and Mrs. Bernard Sup-
worth, of West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter.
Conducting a unique member-
ship clinic will be Mrs. A. Mech-
lowitz, of North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, and Mrs. Norman Ciller, Tem-
ple Kmanu-EI.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. presi-
dent of the Southeast Branch, will
lead the Sabbath Institute with
"The Significance of the Sabbath."
Participating are Mrs. Leon Horo-
witz, Zamora Jewish Center; Mrs.
Samuel Lerer, Temple Beth Sho-
lem, Hollywood; Mrs. David Sha-
piro. Temple Sinai, Hollywood;
Mrs. Yaacov Rosenberg, Beth Da-
vid; Mrs. Ben Sirkin, Israelite
Center; Mrs. Jennie Teitler, West
Miami Jewish Center.
Affiliated Sisterhoods in Greater
Miami are Zamora Jewish Center,
Hialeah Miami Springs, Beth Dav-
id. Israelite Center, West Miami
Jewish Center. North Shore Jew-
Mi (enter. Temple Kmanu El and
in Hollywood. Temple Sinai and
Temple Beth Sholem.
North Dade Sisterhood
To Hold Luncheon Meet
Sisterhood of the North Dade
Jewish Center will have a lunch-
eon mteting Wednesday noon,
Aug. 17, at the Center.
HpCteu i- Mrs I, Pressman. She
will be as.sisted by Mrs. B. Kauf-
man and Mrs. Bernice Berger.
Dinner dance Is scheduled by the
group Sunday evening at the Top
of the Columbus hotel. In charge of
reservations are Evelyn Denmark,
Penny Hackmeycr and Ruth Pow-
ell.
Eft
T
AZA Meets
Hillel AZA completed its cultur-
al part of the B'nai B'rith five-fold
plan with a model meeting at Beth
David Thursday.
Program consisted of a regular
business meeting conducted by
Aleph (iodol. Lee Schwartz Bernie
Wolfson, cultural chairman, then
led an open discussion on the
topic "Problems Between Parents
and Teenagers.
Three Join Dean's
Office at U of M
Three new staff members joined
the Office of the Dean of Men at
the University of Miami last week,
two as counselors for men and one
as assistant to the dean.
Counselors for men are Dr. Cal-
vin Daane and Ben E. David. As
sistant to the dean is Parker F.
Enwright. who will also serve as
advisor on interfratcrnity affairs.
Dr. Daane has been associated ,
with the guidance department of *fluflr OanCO Saturday
Indiana University since 1953 and Saturday night, Aug. 20, Mollie
received his Doctorate in education Kananer Ladies' Auxiliary of Con
in the field of personnel and guid-1gregation Monticello Park will
ancc from Indiana this summer.' sPnsor a square dance on the
He also holds the Master of Arts (grounds of thc congregation,
degree in music education from I Mus'c wil1 be furnished by Slim
Columbia university. I Summcrville, TV and radio star.
Mr. David comes to thc UM from
the Carnegie Institute of Technol-
ogy where he served as dean of
men. Before joining Carnegie In-
stitute in 1947, he was assistant to
the dean of men at Ohio State Uni-
versity. David received his Mas-
ter's degree in guidance and per-
sonnel from the University of
Pittsburgh, where he has started
work on his Doctor's degree in
education.
New assistant to the dean of
men, Enwright. received his Bach-
elor's degree from tthe University
of the South at Sewannee and has
done advanced work at the Univer-
sity of Virginia. He was assistant
general secretary for Sigma Nu
fraternity before joining thc
staff.
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"The Dreamboat" is 6 p.m. from
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PAGE 12
Dania Bank Breaks Ground for New
Building, Opening Scheduled Jan. 1956
.... .....4 i .,., H.ihin.on. vice l1"'-
AI-M-MMe-j. dent* ,.;",;
moni.s held in Pa.ua. the D '";"',,, jts
Bank launch,,! construction of .ts ne building open ;
new bank building, completion of the PuMteil ,
jHj* is scheduled for Janu J,^",^ *nk will
man of the board ol 1 ...>
es. welcomed an assemblage o
eain<
^Z to I-T. Parker, presi.....lessens,
,;ures s .n extra I Jfaj
beiwt V';;1
deposit I
Jin's I
I
hour*
The bank lobb) will h
eith
four
, wall on
Dania Beach blvd. making the en-
ure bank interior visible at ail
,in\e in teller locations situ
,;,i within the building rather
,han in semi detached cubicles; and
facilities tor transferring cash be-
(ween armored trucks and the
bank vault wiihin the building.
I his lasi feature will be unique
in South Florida banking. The
Bank was founded in 1926
., l has operated continuously un-
til, -.hoc management since
that time I onstructlou of this new
building represents the bank's first
move from its original quarters in
decades Presently serving
over IO.OiM) customers, mainly lo-
, ,t, ,| from K.\ West to Jackson
but with some accounts com-
n from places as far as Cali-
the I'ania Bank increased
n- total business more than 50 per
cent during the past year In order
to b.ndle the increased volume of
business, bank officials are looking
forward to increasing personnel by
as much at one third when the new
building opens Members of the
- si.dl. who look forward to a
continued men ..> in business m
with the accelerated growth
ol the South Florida area, say that
Ihej expect lo have to begin tak
idvantage of the building's
built-in expansion iacilities within
two years after its opening.
Concert NiglH,H,
Feature Soloists I
"Concerl w?..
bW CobuSJ
.Beach, Wean,
10. will featwtthtL
jAnne Byrd. ealujl
json. meaegq,,^
I s>'m('v Morrii .
M< (-
I program v., /I
I youn
Rtr droves. M0 yyj
Kostron. who hi,
previou-'\ (hi
son
Bondsheii. 0cMn a
st Saturday evenmI
: feature ihe '
Architect s view of the new Dania Eank
ilding, completion of which is scheduled
for January, 1956.
Beth fmeth to Register
Beth Fmeth Congregation this
week revealed that registration in
the Beth Fmeth Sunday School for
the fall semester begins Sunday,
Aufl 28 Sessions will commence
on Sept Hi 'he announcement
said
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LUGUST 12. 1955
+ le*i**rk>rId/tori
PAGE 13
WS of the
)EK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
artment of State has just issued a new booklet in which ir
u justifies Henry A. Byroadt's anti-lsrael stand. Titled 'I 8
Ik Near Baatj South Asia and AJru.j ]Uj4." fee booklet
section to "The Prohlcms of Palestine" where refer
to Byroade's infamous addresses before the Daytoa
i lundl on April 9, 1954. and the American Council lor
idelphla on May 1. The'U.S. booklet republisbed
|m Byroade'l speech: "To the Israelis I say that you should
ik upon yourselves as a Middle Eastern state und see
I ni that context rather than as a headquarter- or
of worldwide groupings of peoples of a particular
jjth who must have special rights within and obligations to
Itare. You should drop the attitude of the conqucrer and the
|l. iree ;ind a policy of retaliatory killing) u the only
neighbor! will understand. You should make your
your frequent utterances of the desire for pi
[e Byroade who is presently the U.S. spokesman in the land
(whose Foreign Minister Fawzi this week compared the U.S.
Ipone gangstar giving protection to smaller nations. Dr.
us. Si retarj General of the\rab Palestine Office in Beirut.
., that the motto for the new Palestine Refugee
1 irk will be the New Testament passage: "Ye shall
the truth shall make you free." The B'nai B'rith
kf Los Angeles devoted a special editorial recently in pro-
ringing of "Ave Maria" at the dedication ceremonies of the
jeles Sinai Hospital. Titled "It's Hard To Be a Jew." the
What makes us so desperately self-conscious about our
ially in our philenthropies? Why should our hospi-
in.. originating in Jewish ideals of healingin the great
raking care of your own'become so non-sectarian
Jewish origin tends to be wiped away from the memory
I) should our non-sectarian hospitals and clinics, which,
ii Hospital, newly dedicated last week, founded by moneys,
kntributions preponderantly from the Jewish community,
kwish face in public? What are we ashamed of?
[entirely proper to dedicate a Jewish hospital with a song
fr Wagner Chorale, entitled 'Ave Maria?" We have no
th ilic Priest or a Protestant Minister joining with a
I a Jewish home of healing. But the singing of the 'Ave
dedication of Mt. Sinai Hospital, was in the most execra-
|Joseph R. McCarthy's prestige sunk to a new low in Wash-
reek when, on the one hand, the Senate Foreign Relations
ed his resolution proposing that America break off
\\ iel satellitec, and. on the other hand, the Senate
( mmittee, in its report on Mai. Irving Peres-..
y lh> charge that the Army was coddling commu-
ISRAEL
Jf-avident that the undersigned will be responsible for the
f the next government and its management for the next
j\ th'-e words, published in Davar, David Ben-Gurion
I indicating his decision to return as Premier
tt, wartime political secretary of the Jewish Agency, ojRe
| last week certain details of a Nazi offer to trade
million Hungarian Jews for 10.000 trucks to bolster Hit-
lg defenses. Many Israelis, disgusted with the continu-
ity face and humiliations at the hands of the Arabs, have
Ii leaders know that it is time Israel stopped "begging the
>ace." I luy hope the government will adopt a new policy
to the Arabs States. The Gaza Israel-Egyptian talks are
al a snail's pace, and there seems to be no prospect
1} agreement over the important issues at hand. The UN
Incuitural Organization is planning a conference of inter-
trts l discuss problems of agricultural settlement to be
nexl Spring.
EUROPE
Eisenhower's TV addrass on the eve of his departure
our Meeting had a sobering effect upon the represent*.
in Geneva last week. This part of the speech especially
many papers throughout Europe: "I say to youI say
I if the words that he (Bulganin) expressed are as
il the hearts and minds of the men in the Kremlin as
I reflective of the hearts and minds of all the people
in the hearts and minds of all the people in the world
I there will be no trouble between the Russian delega-
pwn at this coming conference." Newsmen are conjee-
'resident Eisenhower's personal correspondence with
War II comrade Marshal Zhukov could have had anything
?* Kremlin attitude. The Geneva Conference came
ffur- and one day after the opening of the Potsdam con-
Hy 17 1945. While Foreign Minister Molotov was listed
' three man in the Soviet delegation (Bulganin and Khrush-
lnim>. it is apparent that Molotov was the leading spirit in
mission. A leader of a Soviet church delegation
l"n has declared that in his opinion 85 to 90 per cent of
?eopla had remained faithful to the church. British medi-
*> consider the Salk vaccine still too dangerous to be used
PEOPLE ,
Lyons of the New York Post reports: Herman Wouk,
une Mutiny," is a devoutly religious man. who recites
[evening prayers and eats only kosher food. Last week he
"land to attend a meeting of the governors of the Amen
pety. Oov. McKeldlh of Maryland, who is an official of the
Ihost to the group. The meeting was held aboard the
lential yacht, the Potomac. Just before dinner was served
rht. Gov. McKeldin assured Wouk: "Because of you, I've
ha dinner to be kosher."
M. Baruch, friend of Presidents, recently slipped into
^>use for a chat with President Eisenhower. The Baruch.-
^re-Big Four discussion remains a secret. Fetor Grippe,
Fine Arts at Brandeis University, has been sefected to
I for a piece of sculpture to be placed in front of the
Assembly Building. .
P. director of FOA's Forestry Division, returning from a
where he was able to aee all the forestry work being done
[>' reported to FOA headquarters in Rome that "in his
pi may well provide an important center for training of
*s in such work." .
Report Morocco
Jews in Danger
Continued f.om Page 1
tien Wedneadaj to permitting no*
Moslems to take any part in the
ernxnenl or a-Jmnii.-tiation
i the countr> become* autooo-
(nous.
"Phis stead by the exttemlBta was
received with a good deal of ap
prebension by the Neo-Destour
Ii iders who have prepared a draft
i i i constitution for Tunisia: in
which equal citizenship right are
provided for .lews and other non-
Moslem elements of the popola-
j lion. Jewish leaders are concerned
over the campaign started by
Sheikh Djait to annul the pronn- ,
! made by the nationalist party to
Don-lioeli
Meanwhile, it was reported that
Neo-Destour leaders are ready to
enter into some kind of "limited
relationship"' with the Arab states,
especially with Egypt. The report
aya, thai inurancea to this effect
have been given by the Tunisian
nationalist leaders to an Egyptian
mission which recently spent sev-
eral weeks in Tunisia.
To Receive Naval Commission Sept. 8
Former -"Pfeitral" "Beach High uatc of Yeshiva University and the
School student fcaul Giundwerg is University of Miami, where he re-
now attending the U.S. Nava| l ceived the BBA degree in 1954.
School at Newport, R.I., and will Prior to receiving his commis-
sion, he will spend the Labor Bay
weekend at Pioneer Country Club,
New York, with his brother. Moses,
receive his commission Se;'.. 8.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
M
t.rundwcrg. he is Slso' a grail- also a I'M graduate.
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FAGE 14
rtLML-jrsa saa rawTo Preserve Teetn
rendering the mu.-icai
Will hold Friday evening
at 6:30. Saturday morning services Kelemer
are at 8:45. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen portions ol UK
berg will officiate and preach on
the Weekly Portion. Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 a.m. and 645 p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30.
Saturday morning services are at
TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollj
will hold late Friday evening sen
ces at 8:30 Rabbi David Shapiro
will discuss "Do You Underesti
mate Yourself or Your Neighbor
Readers for the evening
will be
6:45 p.m
- Daily services will be at 8
S :n. and 15 minute- before SUB-
An.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
he Id Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will of
luiate. with Cantor Jacob Born-
stein rendering the musical por
: ns of the liturgj
Irom camp Cantor Maurice Neu
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy, with Lucille M
directing the choir Oneg Shabbat
will he sponsored b> Mr and Mrs
David Dogoloff Satui rmng
Rab- services are at 9 Dail) services
bi Simon April will preach on the will he at 7 30 a m and 7pm
topic: 'Israel's Economic Path."
Cantor Berele Kelemer will render TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
the musical portions oi the liturg) side center will hold Pridaj
. in Mishna is at 5:30 Daily evening services at 8 30. Rabbi
services will he at 730 am and Abraham Herson will disu
ptani ,r continued work to-
wJrt improving the tevelofdU
health in each South Hor.,1., I
imin,t> were announcedI this wee*
M i- William R Edwards M
,,;-, Lauderdale newb ttael
presidenl of the Florida East Coast
Dental SocietJ .
one of the largest professional
organizations in the south, the so
cietj in< l< '' h'iul,n)i
dentists in the area extending from
Vero Beach to Ke) West
Further intensive efforts lo aid
our people to save trouble, time
and monej h> preventing their
dental Iroilbk U*> "(Tl,r.
| will be our chiet aim.' slid the SO
ciet) president
"With particular attention tol
saving children's teeth, we will
e dedicated to children hack continue these efforts b> spread
ing sound inlormation to partn
Fossett's Prescription Pha
Huntingdon Medical Building
161 S.I. FIRST STRIET MIAMI, FLORIDA
lpn*cj
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morning services
Port ion
I 9
One of the largest and Most Complete PrescTj-J
Pharmacies in the World
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8 15. Rabbi Henr> Okolica
will discuss "A Good Man Sen
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Pridaj
evening service- at 6:30. Saturday
morning services are at 8 30
6:30 p.m.
BETH RAPHAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Fridaj evening services
at 6:30 Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8 30 Rabbi Arie Beck-
*
! "Beyund the Conference at the
Summit Mr and Mr- James Har-
ris will sponsor the I bbal
following Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 Rabbi Her-on will
preach on- "The Art of Beautiful
Living "
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
and teacher-, by further free e\
animation- of school children.
school planning meetinp, support
m fluoridation id water supplies
and the con-tant education of the
public in general "
Surprislngb large numbers of
children with serious dental deca>.
even in their baby teeth, were
found in Broward <'ounty last year
b) volunteer dentist- making hun-
dred- of free examinations in
Is ( : the Fort Lauderdale
Dr Edwards said
Similar projects in other East
: communities are planned for
the coming year
Pre-School Roundup
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Center Sisterhood thi- week re
_ j. .. _,. -"^ >* ..in in.in riiua; munis inuri oimc-i ih>u iiii-> w^oa <
CandlCllgntin.Cr lime services at 8 30. Rabbi Isaac I.erer rested plans for a preschool -urn
Ab 24 6:38 p.m.
Mincha is at
p m Shalo- s.
j sen ices will be at 7 a m
7 m
5ETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION
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AGUDATH
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will officiate and preach on: A
Promised Future Saturday morn-
ing -en ice- are at 9 Sermon will
: on the Weekly Portion
ol the Law
*
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE
cation will bi Id Fridaj ev< i
turda) morn!


the Weel Iftor A

BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION
Israel Boycotts Bulgaria Fair;
Plane Crash Inquiry Continues
5ALEM .'l \ i
hich
'
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at 6 p.m I
ol Ethii : 'he Fathers J. '-: "
lion, it is
undi that i-i... h
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
t 6:30 Satui
the Weekh
mer roundup of Center school chil-
dren
Pains will be completed Monday
evening at an 8 30 pm. meeting
ol the women's group The round
up will take the form of a wim
part) at Mathesi.n Hammock.
Cantor Wanted
BY LOCAL CONSERVATIVE CONGREGA
TION FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS. Stotr e
perience and salary required. R. W
Boi 2973, Miami II.
Congregation
Beth Tfilah
seeks a good
Ba'al Shochris
Please apply at
once to Mr. Diamond
at the Congregation
Office or call
JE 8-1521
TEMPLE EMANUEL
Fridav e\enir.i. services at 6 S I
urday mon
- will be at 8 a m and
7pm
'"ward Bulgaria
[act
the El Ai
with 58 persons ab
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will .
hold Pridaj evening ser #Oft
15. Saturday morning services
W. I. FOSSfTT, Proprietor
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i I ii a r i s
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11:: Meridian ave., died Batur-
h< V \ hoapltitl He
Mi.i ni Beach for
.111,1 ii i el Ired lex) lie
\. n Yin k Clt) Sim \ l\ or*
Ins \\if<\ l>.n '.i'
m and ii brothei. Benjamin,
He wm ;i member or
H,.,. h Klka Lodge 1601. s.-rv-
. |<| Mnndaj al Riverside
I ind burial followed
NelMi U
SAM LAUB
U.'i cuiiin- i\' i retired waiter
,, in \li.ni I:. ii. h l i
i \i fork City, wai burled
in Mi sin.ii Cemetery, with
irrangementa in charge of
\i. noi i.ii i 'bapel He is eur-
[In In- wife. .Minnie.
BERTHA KOHLER
HI 4 BI I' blvd. .Miami, for.
i t of Miami Beach, died al
rJuwlay. She "-nine here elijhl
go from Ni W Ml.ans hii.1 is
hi in her niece and nephew.
ni Mm. Abe Blerbaum, Miami
s. rvii were on Bunds i .11
Memorial Alton re. Chapel.
pin u.is in New Orleans.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tin EN thai
indereigned, desiring to
I'!", ,',-," "!",','. "" "' '"'- name |
ALLIED I'ltlNTIX.; \\|, ,.|,.|,-,.-
HI I'l'i.v CO .,, 113 N ,.- n, i( .
mm Miami, Plorlda, intends i.,
.rir. art CMirt of Hade ,*.,n>,i
HERM \N II.
J L'ili'Mkfc KAN.NEK
Arbr Herman B Novln ,t,
SARAH CHULOCK
*.' rsth si. win. came to Ml*
ill nine yeara ap<> from chi-
iiMi pere Sunday, she i aur-
fby In i hiiHhand, Aaron;
er. .Mis. Jeanette Cooper; and
WUImar Remalna were sent
eagu foi lervlcea and burial,
. m ni- \m-i.- bandied by
M'in.iii.il Normandy dr. Cha|H-l.
Kl..
Nn\ IN.-H.N
NOTICE UNDEI-. KICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IH HEREnt OIVEN thai
the underHlrmed, ,i. ,, ,
buslneaa under the flctltloua name of
141 yi, I, Perrace, Oolden Boor. ,
Miami Beach, rioii.ia, Intend* to reg-
aM name with ii,. Clerk of the
< Ircult t ouri of pade County Eloridn
hv,.,n fiissrs *
A ttoi ney ror Applicant
a s.iz-ie.a
"Jewlstt fhrkfi.tr
-LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-
NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
.""' '" i, dealrlnn to engage In
nisin.ss under ih. n, iltloua name ..'
PAGE 15
>! --- .... ..- ; < iiii- \n
Ml J1D1 s s.na-k KITCHEN, hi l>
N n\ l-i Kl Inti n i- to rei
name with the
Court ..f I'a.I.
KEHMLER g, (iAKS
Attorneys f'-r Apidl
I7K2 W Kl.il.r St
-'< 8 J-12
Clerk of
County. Plorlda
IRENE eishli:
BRAHAM KLEINMAN
Mi s\v it ii si died Saturday
i attai k A driver for the
r.iii i I., he is *iir\ivi.ii U\
n. Herbert; and
i-i \i Barbara Klein man;
fi ml two brothei a Bei \
fi Mondaj ..i loi don'a Ml i ml
with burial in Mi Neoo Ceme*
JOSEPH SIECEL
U-iki \\ all rii.-l Saturday.
Ml.i III l -lil. II! M ho In
eara ago, he
ni and i- -in \ iv -
t a eon. Bernle;
' u Ji inn Solomon, of
BriUe; one brother and two
wen Tueedj
|f !. with Int. i -
Ml N. bn I'. 111.1,1 I
S. REBECCA
I .-V\
I Sin
I .1^.1 .
ZAHLER
Auk : in
i l.v. I.i ml
. .i b) hei
i. -
Of
by,
i Knntmtel, two s..ns. Harold
r.ii.i. both of Cleveland
W man. Miami;
[ih. .! i : wo alatei a. I lot
I Home was in
i' in nis. wltli l.url.il
and
IRS. IDA FREEMAN
I Wl 12nd -t Miami Boa oh,
n.I.n iii a in. ui nuralnf home.
le hen 12 yeara hk It.....
N .1 .mil was a member of
:l Group ..f llailassali She
hiera, Mrs Harry
i' oth) Teppei. both (
Sun h, .noi Mi s i..mis K.in-
'I" Ih, \ I tw i. sons. Ikavi.l
I Beach, ami Theodore
Newark; a alater. Mr*
Iti-i. Miami It.aih; six arand-
kl -Kiamlchlldren.
*< I li. .. h Memorial Al-
lii'l. I nli burial in Newark.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN
cSanDApEvCOUNTY' FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. M0- 1J2172
ROBERT iNi;i:.\iiAM. iMuintifr.
SAMi'ki. I TIKIMI'SO.V, if IMng.
but I', lieVI il to fie 1 lead ami
FRANCIS THOMPSON1! hla wife
nd her
husband. If any. Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OP Till-: BTATE
OF HXiKlPA:
To: SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if liv-
ing, but believed to be dead
residence unknown
PRANCM THOMPSON, hla wife,
and hel.
iiii-ii.imi. if any; residence un-
known.
ALL- UNKNOWN HEIRS,
vtaeee, (rantees, credltora
other partlea claiming
through, under or ajralnst RAM-
IKI- I THOMPSON. If living,
nit believed to be dead; and
PRAM "IS THOMPSON, 1,1s wife,
""' her
. hiiaband, If an) ;
AND A I.Si 1, ,,s to each of the
above named Defendant Indi-
viduals, if they I., .1., eased, then
all unknown heirs, l.
granteee, credltora or other par-
tlea claiming i>\. throuab, und< r
or aaainst auch Defendanta
ANI ALSO, all other and un-
known persons having or claim-
ing to have an> liKht. till.- or
mi. r.st in the property which Is
'I" s.il.J.-. t inaM.i ,,f nil, ,uit.
said propei t) h lag and being in
1'' 1 'ounty, PI01 Ida, and mo
particularly .1. -. rlbed as f..|-
loe
N of SW, t \ki, r HW
', nf Section ."', Township
it South, itaiiKc in Beat, con-
taining i ai res more oi li
V" "I A NO BACH OP fOU are
hereby notified that a -uit ii- been
filed in the above named Court, bj
the Plaintiff above named, for the
purpose << iiil.iinsr tiiL- of the Plain-
tiff, in and to the property Involved
herelnabove des. 11 bed
fOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance In said suit on or before the 12th
da) of September. IMS, ami In default
of auch Appearance, a Decree Pro
Confeeao will be entered against you
.iihI cai-h of you.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade Ooanty, Miami.
Klortda, this 9th dav of August. 1J55.
K B. I.EATIIKR.MAN.
Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt
By WM. W. BTOCKlNa,
Deputy Clerk
BEN Ksskn
.Uli.iiHi for l'laintiff
lM Seybold Building. Miami Zl, Pla
S/12-1S-2* 9/J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
i.'i-im-.-- under the flctitio i nai
IJ.oitlDA MORTGAOE INVEST-
MKNTS, at '.'UK I'.in, .- i oral Qablea, flla., intends to reglstdi
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit court of Had.. County, Florida.
MCRRY OROSSMAN, Sole Ownei
THEODORE It WAYNE
Attorney lor Applicant
l'14 Ponce !< Leon Blvd.
: JJ M g/S-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HERB'S NEWS CENTER, at 117 s K
1st Avc. Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk Of the i ir-
cult Court of Dad- County, rlorida.
HERM I'.KNSON
KKSSI.KR & OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
I7S2 W. Klagler St.
7/SS-M K/.1-12
CE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY OIVEN thai
i deali inn to .linage in
the lli'titious name ..f
|M MltoKERS AND BIS-
1 Al.TV. at in s.w. 12th
inti ini- ., register said name
l.ik ui Hi. Circuit Court of
Ida
. i >s i'i:it taole ownei i
tl: a (1 \i;s
v iillcanl
i Street
- UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'- IIEREBY OIVBN that
d< ll Ing to engage III
' i:' iltloua names ol
Ml ,-V.!.,'MKI',S RKKTAU-
ti, \"'-v KOSHER RES-
WANT an |, CATERERS,
* NoiIMANDY RE8TAU-
1,1 yi-'HKl/s NORMANDY
KKSTAURANT, at Ml
i Miami M.ach. Intends t..
'i.l Maine with the Clerk of
J" ouri of Dade County,
K \vm:i: CORPORATION
S liixov ''"si""a"""
applicant
n ay
1 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage iii
business under the fictitious name- of
CO not Inc.), at 14,1 \\". Klagler St.,
Miami, intends to legist.>i -.il.l namea
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
BENJAMIN ORADUS
SEYMOUR I! L1EBMAN
Attorney for Benjamin Oradua
Lincoln Road. Miami Me... li, Ha.
v 5-12-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
NYI.ON I.ACK. I'RODCCTS <'<>.. at
... CurtlsWOOi Drive, Key Rla.-ayne.
Intends to reglater said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, hlnrida.
RAE ROGERS
HERMAN T ISIS
Attorney for Applicant
1711 Congress Mldg.
v :>-12-19-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underatf.....I, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious mi..... of
THE BRIDGE FORUM, at Sll B.W.
Ith Street, Miami, Plorlda, Intends to
i.gist, i -ii.i name with the Clerk ..f
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorlda.
WTLX1AM E. BEAMON
7/22-21 I 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the Mini, i signed, desiring to elUjaaTe m
business under the fictitious name ..r
K a K BAR AND RESTAURANT, al
I2J2 N \v 22nd Ava Intend to n glster
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Count)', Klorlda.
ROBERT KENNETH SW KE1 H.ER
NOBLE CI.ARK SMITH
HENRY M CAIN
Attorne) for Applicants
1511 W. Klagler St.. Miami, Ha.
7 2i-2l I ".-12
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NJ A *u4 t I A \A/
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at
21.'. 30th St., Miami Hcaeh. intends
to register aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorlda.
ART MAYER. Sole Owner
DAVID M CONSHAK
Attorney for Applicant
Till Misiavne Mldg.
7 12-21 8/J-12
''"BY PUBLICATION
*tAR<..UJsT COURT OF THE
"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
',N,S..ANA_.FPI DADE
?, CHANCERY No. 1I213S.
RKOW8KI, IMalntlff.
zi iikowski. DefeadaM
;KT /I IIKOWSKI
11
IM
>I rhea.i, \.w y,k
of
t
,,iiii a attorney,
i '.'.'i^',"'1 in the
", l,,k '' "' Circuit
" ''-fore the 12th dav f
. l55; otlli
' '.omplalnt for Divorce,
'"I ""d -., s. rve a oan "'
the B1U of complaint
"' iitalntlffs attorney,
d'*b. h'rV"'' ""' ba'taketi
) HU.
Miami,
.August
inrida.
l !:.:
this the
I EATHERMAN.
k -;f the circuit cUrt.
.'"bounty, i
iu h. iM W TOCKINa
W luildlnrAN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the niid.rsigm.il, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
HORA PAN-AMERICANA, al 1880
S.W. fith St., Miainl, intends t., rec-
-aid name with tin- clerk of the
Circuit Couit of Dade County, Florida
SI SANA MoltREKO
7/22-29 /5-12_______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 18212*
VIRGINIA SMITH, Plaintiff.
vs.
IRWIN M SMITH. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO IRWIN M SMITH. ATI
Boa IMS, Naval Air Station
Corpus Chi i-ti. Texas
for ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thst a Mill of Complaint for II
been fU are rei|uirerr*t Answer to the Mill of Computlnl on
the Plaintiffs AttO d file tlie
original In the office of the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court mi or before the
1.1th day of Seplemtx r, 1953, or said
Mill of complaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED: August *. 19.1.'..
i: fl LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
By M. c OREEN
(Seal) Deput) ClerhJ
KAI.K AMES
Attoi in > s foi Plaintiff
31 Seybold Building. Miami 12. Ela
By MKRVYN I. AMES, oi Conn I
8/12-19-2 9/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name (
SIDEWALK BAR *. CAFE, at 1613
N W Mtfa 8t., Miami. Pla., int. nd 10
with the Clerk of
the circuit Court nf Dade County,
i- lorldg.
HERMINIO Ki IDRIOUEZ
MAMIE It RODRIOUEZ
KESSLRR Ar OARS
Attorney! for Applicants
i7^j W. Plagler St.
7 22-21 > .-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW'
NOTICE IS HKRE1D OIVEN thai
the undersigned, rt.slrllli: to engage In
iiniei the flctltloua/na
EO I'IT ABLE MORTOAOE & IN-
VEHTMENT CO (Not Inc.). at 142X
DuPonl Mldg intends to It glstl
name with the Clerk of ihe Clr.uli
Court of Dado COuntv, Klorlda.
mitchki. KRAMER. wnei
MONROE D1XON
Attorney for Applicant
I ;x> Coi-al Was
I/12-II-2I 9/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buainesa under the flctltloua names ol
BELL oil. SERVICE STATIONS, al
a Klagler Street, and BELL oil.
COMPANY, at 1410 N W. Mth Ave-
nue, Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ot I iade County, Florida.
REALTY HOLDING CO.
KESSl.EM A. i JAMS
Attorne) a for Applli ant
ITSj W. Haglei Si
7 :'it I I-12-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35745-A
In It. ESTATE OP
FRANK IIRA.MEISTKR. De. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pereona Ha>
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
You, and each of \ ou are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands Which *"U. or
either of you, may have against the
state of PRANK IIRAMEISTER, de-
I I,ne nf I'a.l. County, Horlda.
to the H".....ni''. County Judges of
U.,.1. County, and Ml'- the same In
Ih, ii f|. i in the County Courth
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
caleadai months from the date of the
first publication hereol Said clatma
... demanda t.....ntaht the legal ad-
.if the claimant and t" be -worn
to ind presented as aforesaid, or same
,n i li 7:CM6 of
Ih. 194.1 Pi obate Ai t.
Date Julj is. \ I' It**. ,_
ROKK ni: IMKISTER
As Exe. utrlx of the lJst Will
iml Testament <>f
FRANK BRAME1STER,
Deceased
THEODORE R NELSON
one Lincoln Road Mulldliig
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Eve. utrlx
K/i-12-19-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
iii.. undi i -i-ii. .1. desiring to ngi
bualness undei the fictitious name <>r
OKRTLER LANDSCAPINO com.
I'anv. .,i 1427 Creapl Boulevard, Mi-
ami Bench, intends to register said
nrlth tie -ci. k -if the i
Of I i.ldn lUnt) l-ioi Ida
JOSEPH OERTLER
KOVNER MANNHKLMEK
Mini m foi I., eph '. i tier
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ndi i Igned, .le.-ii ina to --lit.
business under the flrtltloui nai
ALL BTATE RENT A \i- ,.s-,,,
[ai i. .u .in Mton Road, Miami B< icn,
Intend to n Id n i me with the
ci.rk of tin- Circuit Court >.f Dade
County, Plorlda,
CHARLES ROSS
A. It INI-ANTE
' ners
BERT SAOER
Attorne) for Applli ants
him; Biscay ne Mldg
i J-12 it-it
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 18157B
PAULINE BALABAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
ABRAHAM BALABAN, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ABRAHAM BALABAN
Georgia Avenue
Brooklyn 7, n v
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
hereby required to nerve a cop) of
your Answ.-r to the Complaint for
IMvorcc on plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original Answer In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on
or before the 20th day of August. 195.1,
otherwise the allegations of -aid Com-
plaint for Divorce will be taken i.s
confessed against you.
DATED this lath dav of July, 1981
E. M. LEATHERMAN,
i "lei k. Circuit CoUl I.
Dade County, Florida
By R. H- MICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy clerk
KOMMEL A ROGERS, E8QS.
Attorney f-.r l'laintiff
4:'ii Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla
7/22-2:1 l 5-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35671
In Re: ESTATE I -I'
MARY K ROBERT*. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims Demanda Against Said
i: tati
You. and e.i. li -.f ..ii at.' In 11 In
I ind q ii ed in in!- ni any
claims and demanda which you, or
either you, ma) have agalnat the
. state of MARY K ROBERTS, di
i lit- id l lade i '011111 .. Kl 1 id.1.
to tin- II......raid.- c -int \ Judgl
1 i.imt J 11 ml file the -.line in
their office- in the Count) Courthouse
in 1 ..oi.- 1 'ounty El.11 id.1. within
calendar month" from the date of the
publication hereof. Said claims
or demanda 1.....mam the legal ad-
..! the I.urn.uit and to I" gwom
in ami presented aa aforesaid, or same
will h. barred See Sect..... 732.11 oi
the 1143 Probate Act.
Mate August I. A.D. 1955.
SHELDON N LELCHUK
As Executor of the Last Will
ami Testament <>f
MART K ROBERTS,
I *. c.l sell
SHELDON V LELCHUK
Attorney for Executor
,.11 Bey bold Mi.Ik Miami, Hm Ida
8/12-19-26 9/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersimi. d. desiring to engage In
bualneea undei the fictitious name of
HOWARD'S BENDIX LAUNDER-
ETTE, at 124 S \V 12th Ave., intends
to reglater aald name nrlth the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
jack PELD, Owner
KKSSI.KK ,. CAMS
Attorneya for Applicant
I7v- w Plagler St.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t-. eng
business undi 1 the fictitious ns
ABLE BUILDERS RENTAL EQUIP-
MENT, at .11" N. W. I till Avi
Miami, l-'la intend- to reglatl
11 iin. a ith he lerK <>f the I'
Court of Dud, County, H.ulda.
ALBERT KREEDMAN, hole Owner
Cld.li.M \N \- Ol ILDS I KIN
Attorneya foi Registrant
IIM Weal Plaglet BI Miami, Pla
I I2-I9-M I J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-siring to engage In
business under the fictitious 111.1
IMONEER SHEET METAL INDUS-
TRIE!!; at 1811 Noith Mlafnl Avenue,
Miami, Klorlda. intend to reglater aald
name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit
Court of Dade County, ."hM-ida.
DON C HALL (SEAL)
Owner of One-half Interest
JAMES II KEEGAN, JR (SEAL)
< re mi 1.1 1 m< half 1 ntet eai
SOLE PROPRIETORS
QBOROE CHERTKOP
Attorne)) t..i Bole 1'roprletora
102 iiMiupla Building. Miami 12. Ela.
I I U-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to ei
in business undei the fli-tltioua
of LIBERTY BUDGET BIHtEAl
2201 W< al Plagii 1 Street, Miami,
Inti mis to reglater aa Id nam<
ark of the CrretiW 1 'omt .,1
t'mini \. i'i-i: Ida.
SAMUEL M. BCHACK Sole Owner
OOLDMA|I it OMIVts-WEUN
Attorne) f.'i Reg
2203 West Plaglei St M ami, I-1
; :: : a :,-i2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB) GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engs
business under the flctltloua nam
l.Al-i H S KOSHER MEAT
POULTRY MARKET, al 1112
mandj Drive, Miami Beach, li
t.....gl t) name with Ihe I
ot the 1 "ir< uit Court of Dade Co
da.
ABRAHAM TISHENKEL W Inl
I > VVIIi LAP! '!' '_ inl-
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Appln-.-iuis
1".-:: S. -hold Mldg.
7 n 1/2-12*19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 181*01
AL'RELIO M1CELLO, Plaintiff,
\ s.
JESSIE MICELLO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JESSIE MICELLO
jiit7 v\'.iat< ii.st.-r Avenue
Bronx. New York
You. JESSIE MICELLO. are h-
notified that a Bill of ComplalM
Drvorca has been filed against 1.
and you are required.to serve a
Of your Answer or I'leadiug to th. 1
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torney. OEORGE CHERTKOF, r
Olympla Building, Miami 32. Kl-
and file 'he oiiuinal Answer or Ml.
Ing In the office of the Clerk of
circuit Court on or before the Mtn day
of August, 1955. If you fail to d-
Judgment by default will be I
against you for tin- relief demanded
in the Mill Of I 'nmplHint.
This notice shall be published Once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.i IR1D1 \N
Hone AND ORDERED ..t Miami,
Florida, Ibis 14 dav of July. AD.
1: B LEATHERMAN-,
Clerk, circuit Court,
I Mde ('i.11111 v. Plorlda
By J< 'AN ft il'RN< >YI .
11 'it.11 i '..in 1 Sea 11 I >c|.i.t\ .
OEORGE CHERTKOP
At torn. -. for l'laintiff
1] mpla Building, M ami 12, 1 -
7 22-29 > ">-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I
.I. desli in.
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.PAGE 6 ON THE Lebanese Hilda HORiS SMOLAR^z Christians Ra,> Arab Propag SOBSK£kJ E* --• %  —By BORIS SMOLAR The intet.s.tied Arab propaganda in the United States is now meeting strong resistance from Lebanese Christians in this country. Leading m the anti-Arab fie are the Maron.t. number on concl are the about 450. get her menians majority with the treatment they rece In fact, thev fear for their verj existence, being a Christian island in a sea of Moslem countries. They, therefore, welcome the emergence ot another nonMoslem state — Israel — especiall} since this state borders directly on Lebanon And they sincerely favor the concluding of peace between Lebanon and Israel That thev cannot say openly in Lebanon, because of intimidation by the Arab League, their relatives in the United States proclaim here and in Canada There are twice as man) Maronites living aid to Israel Lebanese-Americans u The present OfM o i„ t „rmation ^H-cially .directed M^^^Ui -established giUJ.UUJ d from Sy^w^tv^ress emphasize And the) stress non-Arab coinmunin they that Maronites. • K.. .. Americans eome lro.n I wKwVTtS* for centuries to Pr^rvjjje.aoj ^^prevent^Ub^n and suggest with 1 eharge the Arab Lea from concluding a pe thai the Jews and Maronites in this nate their efforts In fighting Arab da. country coordi „ %  prop.! #MI III L0VEX — UN Refugee Fund Seems to By DAVID LOVEN GENEVA -pi S'atiotis 1 gees 1 I. Van H< lation fugee Fund. ji seven mi nth> of already exi %  t of the 1 or prom the H itlook that th P lying tribute to I tributionI e to the I'NREl h Commissioner n nlj SI 986 ll : Inbuti thai I SREF was re btill 6.000 short .'i the 1955 • i .;. %  much lime going around the worl the High Commissioner IS cil. to whom he u thai [ it had ai w to acl • be Shaky ,i 1959 li>' would be the I NR1 F target etemallj The High Commi.* ,,|v ,: i Mil I I and hi his difficulties were beii den. when ioven contribution would varj at con tin 1 total THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE FREE: THE GERMANS It 346 pp. Chicago: University of ChkMI R, an American Jew 0 f German desceej fascination" for "this monstrous in7 i for a year, to live in a small town he. open mind and a will to understand,! tint close to the German people ramet Of the rise of National Socialism as seen through the little Nazis '—a baker, a policeman, a teacher, a clerk-a what remote from the wild shouting and even frum the atn characterize the Third Reich to us. Out of those twelve __ a book which I think is the best of its kind for pure readabiyM and analysis Of the German mind. Mr Mayer's ten "friends" represent as dove an a; to the average German as can probably be made Thev arethe^ the aeventj million who "went along." who didnl careen. teal We indicr them. Mr. Mayer does not. He does what ai incriminating Me chronicles them. What do those ten little people think of Nazism! Ton believed then, and believe still, that it w tor them,) the "best time "f their lives." It gave them employment,I iritj and care Tyranny 1 "Nonsense"—an autocracy, thm Atrocities? The torture and murder of -i\ million JI don't believe It and. anyway, what could the) do? .ill than ed ol them w.ito go along and stay out of trouble. Thqrj unite innocent The collective shame which i wanl them tft^ i [eel Far more horrifying than confession ol -uchij non-confession ol it Not only do thej refusw i put,] they do not even comprehend it! One cansj immoral; it Is amoral. iributions Bj these strings mments I ard with funds The High Commissioner reported that the overall problem in Europe concerned some 300.000 un settled refugees. In particular there were large bers of n -till in camps "those ghastly places which i should -> i The camp population al the present time ^ German) 27.000 Au I 000 Italy, Including Trieste 4.800 and Gi 100 making %  total "i :i 500 Nor was this the lull extent el the problem To the number ol living in official camps had • %  efugi living in uni fficii MK-iologtcaljJi "Their offense was their national I VI IM I. ASHY — MR. MAYER analwcs the C.cunan character 1119 ON in,-, -,....., Ltaimlli ,h SuXffJiSof ant.-Sein.tis.n. constant geographKSJ men) invasion and struggle for liberation 'There is -uchil national character.'" he Bays, "even though th. Nazis said 1 The typical German trait of "heaviness he -. athe resall tinual pressure and counter-pressure, and pressure he swisl The Germans and the Jews he finds "wonderfu lly aH pJ beset h..s produced in the .leuand in the .'.crman 1 compensator) assertloa of superiority and messianism."saB • n ot purity." "Germany." he says. -,s the Jew annas But the Jew adjusts to his world; the Gen to him. And nine ol these ten men still hate the J w> Ten yean curtain went down, but the stage is still there, the setUnffIt remains onl) tor a new puppet-master to ring up the %  new performance It is fantastic to suppose that, wna ttj New Road Breaks Settlement Isolation By NURA LASKY 11 SALEM its, 1 hi j wi sible i nl) b) a roundabout It was ex ive for the new l it lived ii >mj i b\ tin %  inian border and trequi icks Iron ii Until they got a new road This new macadam highway, onl) 10 miles long, broughl these mountain settlements closer to Jerusalem b) 25 miles ami cul travelling time from 100 to 4o minutes The) can dine al fail -peed, for this ia first-class modern highway, broad and smooth, which cost 1J300.000 Israel pounds to build and kept 150 workerbus) for Too days. In the middle of July, the road was ccremoniousl) opened by Prime Minister Ifoshe Sha.vtt who called it a "daring seheme which was "executed with skill." He compared it to the highwa) to Sodom, at the southern end of the Dead Ses ol which Israelis are mighty proud for it .a feat of engineering the This also N like ot which the) had T .>t s it inow called has ul "i -h IT rock with over 100 < \ plosives meterol rtx k were shifti Mrs Zippoi SI retl cul it. mony, and immi e.,rand busi the people who had planned this • %  • whose brawn had buill it th rtl) new immigrants who. she %  while doing a lir-t class job Tininot onl) I bul it i the most beautiful om in all bi olivi %  • the coastal : | breathtaking v '' crosses thi >m the plain to Jeru salem, it ris< | ,.„ r down IK'IO Now ,. | watchii Imire th. .-ph., %  er to the capital is i good feel explained this man who ,,t thi ..; had Imire Mr Mayer's reasonable Intelligence, ana T I ..,,,.-. 1 cannot bring my -ell lo thor to explain and understand the deeprooWeni mount to forgiveness This is the way the) "j themselves, and so on To me. explanation is not *\J*\ en masse are wch slaves to their vm.rs*i something beast like about the Germans Onl) ws m b) their -urrou.id.iiL-. man is -upposed to rise %  '•" I have a strong -u-pie.on that Mr. Mayer '"'f,. to have Certainly it is the nice, the eon-.ruct.se om. am' 1 confess that 1 leave .' to others to rehabilitate ttnM nd I. I am hating for six million who did one who will be SAVL 1'ARSOX — %  "%  i ana ine i.uiw.iv lo • out oi ., toyshop n< r ol B come from Mi Jewish Scientists AaJe-"J| Oppenhe.mer. ^J.jJJ all-out en energy er for an late atomic cence. Jews aga ordinary part wh en the la> bl> here ^J-* Mhich opes ,dviW ence Aug 8. an rstabluhed nagGeneral D* ganite the entists. On thst tatives represent



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be\wiislb-IEIlD!Pidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY |29 Number 32 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 12, 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS \e Criticized for Failure Act on Ike's Nomination Of Sobeloff as Federal Judge .'(' %  TON (JTA)—The failure of the Senate to act on Pre-i tower's nomination of Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff I judRcship was severely criticized last week in an editorial Bngton Post and Times Herald. The belief was expressed 1al that the Senate would confirm Mr. Sobeloff's nomina. meets next year. [>cr predicted that Mr. Sobeloff would decline an interim '•ijppointment. Mr. Sobeloff, himWON DUt iria Sends rer to U.S. ist Letter TON (JTA) — The lmrnt cabled the State Wednesday the subic Bulgarian reply to in aide memoir pro[shooling down of the gcr plane 12 days ago. text <>f the reply has ched Washington, the the note, as reported FOUR ISSUES REMAIN CONTESTED Egypt and Israel Agree to 13 Points In Touchy UN Negotiations at Border self, could not be reached for comment on this prediction. The edi torial in the Washington paper said that the failure of the Senate to act on his nomination was "inexcusable." It pointed out that it is the courts that are "penalized" because the Senate satisfied "the whim of a few politicians." The Solicitor General, who was nominated by President Eisenhower last month to be judge of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, refused to comment on the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee's failure to act or even to hold hearings on his nomination. Mr. Sobeloff, architect of the plan generally adopted in the Supreme Court decision to end segregation in the public schools, ran into opposition from Southern Government in Bern, Senators Eatrttand of Mississippi it the Buluaruuis acmi> will not be availtil its arrival, expected A days. reported 1 replied to the 'i in ntest againal the %  the Israel plane. It is lh.it the Bulgarian! ofthat "due compould be paid to relatish subjects killed in JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel and Egyptian negotiators met at Kilometre 95, along the Gaza border, to continue their week-long negotiations for an agreement designed to ease tension in the frontier region. At the end of the meeting Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, who presided over the session, appeared optimistic. The talks will continue Friday. It is understood that 13 of 17 points involved in the discussions have been agreed to, but that the remaining four points on which agreement is still lacking are extremely important. Among these four points are: whether communications between the local commanders should be direct or through the United Nations; the rank of the local commananders who shall be in communication with each other; whether to hold local commanders' > meetings with or without UN personnel present. The problem of communications between the commanders was discussed Wed. for a second time, but still no decision was reached. The Israelis favor direct talks to localize and minimize incident-, but the Egyptians insist on holding such communications only through UN personnel. (Egypt is planning a southern land-sea route to Jordan, the Times of London reported Wed. in a dispatch from Cairo. The overland route across the Negev was snapped when the State of Israel was established. The road will be built across the Sinai Peninsula, the dispatch said, and will connect with a ferry service at the Gulf of Akaba which will run to the Jordan port of Akaba, at the head of the Gulf. The same Sinai road will also branch off toward Jeddah, which is the port for Mecca, in Saudi Arabia.) -^ CONDITION DECLARED INTOLERABLE' Reports Say Morocco Jews in Danger; Moslem Leaders Urge Religion Barrier JERUSALEM (JTA)—Reports reaching here from Morocco assert that "Jewish lives are in constant danger" there, and that conditions for Jews have become "intolerable" in a number of Moroccan cities. In Rabat, Jewish stalls and shops have been CANT BECOME SECULAR STATE' Simon t. SobeloU o He closed for two weeks for fear of Moslem gangs, one report said. A plea for speedy assistance for some 70.000 Moroccan Jews who have registered for immigration to Israel was voiced her Wednesday by Rabbi M. Fingerhut of Algiers, who reported on the situation of North African Jews to the joint world conference here of the Mizrachi and Bq Hamizrachi movements Rabbi Fingerhut called for a "non-selective'" immigration policy in Israel, warning that "we may be unable to accomplish tomorrow what can be accomplished today." The conference set up a commission to consider the problem of North African Immigration to discnai with the Israel Government and the Jewish Agency urgent measures to bring North African immigrants t>> Israel immediately. Although the Bey of Tunis has displayed friendship for the Jews on more than one occasion, and despite the fact that leaders of the nationalist Nao-Deatour Party have given assurances that the Jews will enjoy equal rights in an independent Tunisia, Moslem leaders in Tunis, led by Sheikh Mohammci Djait, expressed complete opp siContinud on Page 13 Moibc Shapiro raps ckarga



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PAGE 10 GLOBAL SHORTS Britain 'Apprehensive' Over Near East Developments NEW YORK (JTA >—The British (I vernment is watching ••apprehensively" the recent develop ment> in I-rael and Egypt because it believes that "the increase in tbe aggressive nationalism in these countries could lead to a situation that would endanger peace in the Middle East.'' the New York 'limes reports from London The limes correspondent. Drew MMdJeton. says that the n>e to political influence in Israel of the H< rut Party in last week's gei Ctions worrie> Bnti-h dipioThey have feared that 1>rael, prompted by aggressive na• nalist leaders, might choose a ,..11110' solution of her territorial problems.'" he reports Pennsylvania Legislature Passes FEPC Bill HARRISBIRO. Pa <" SS) ~J, Fair Employment Practices Bin was passed last week by the M Senate ot PenniylvanU by ; o f 44 to 5. In addition to provis.on barring discrimination on account of race, color or national origin. ,he bill provides that workers between the ages ol 40 and >..! •" not to be discriminated aganst The latter clause was Insisted upon in the Republican members o tne Senate Committee, who declared ,ho. would only pass the measure ,i an "age clause" were Inserted First Woman Cantor Named By Long Island Reform Group (CEANSIDE, NY iWNSi-The appointment of the first woman r to be named a cantor ot a ,i. v-ish house ol worship was an• inced this week by Temple \ .. a Reform synagogue in this L rig Mand suburban conimunit> Ir-e new woman cantor. Mr* Bett) R obins. 31. was unanimous!) %  !ted by the r I the congatioi Mrs Robbins will vice on S 'be : Rosh H ishoi \ -; k< -man .,.,. s % %  %  s v uic of % %  wish In-• -ute oi R< ligion in N( a York i :j said %  %  ; • -t %  fewish hi-' Britain Dissatisfied with Egypt's Reply on Ship Shelling ,ON'DON JTA ['he Bl ernment the Ej reply t t the Ihng "i thi Bnti-h [reighter hun in thi Stl I I '• %  • KM Turton %  %  n Affair; sai I in a written requer) from an MP or. thi-nun incident The Egyptian : c .'al var ance with tl ut thi '•' 1 ther the government will i New Supreme Court Judge Honored in South Africa JOHANNESBURG (WNS>-The Transvaal provincial conference of the South African Jewish Boar. Ol Deputies tthis week presented a scroll to Simon Kuper. recentl) eleted to the bench of the South African Supreme Court Tribute was paid to Judge Kuper for his servici as chairman of the board An EC Kuper's other communal s. rvices were chairmai tbe South African Zionist Federation and synagogue leadership Cantor Grossberg to Cant At Beth tmeth Congregation ntor Ben Grossberg has I nan • r for High "" Beth Emeth i tion. according to an announcement this wvfk mtor Groj has just turned from Beilaire, 0. where he conducted services in Agudath b• ue. His wife soprano reran Rontrill be soloist with the North lewish Center choir under lirection f 1 els President Gets New Bill On Medal for Dr. Salk \\ tSHINGTON '! \ \ bill to provide I gold medal to be comrd and presented to Ir Jonas E Salk. conqueror "t polio, was sent to the i Pr his signature it a?ai; ss last week. Details on the presentation of the medal have not been announced U.S. Soldiers Hold Services At Dachau Crematorium MUNICH (JTA1 American JewTisha B Av s, r; i ee o'ndu.t.d b Rabbi George Vkta. V. S. Army •ewish chaplain ol the Mum. ^.h.plain-.romtheiiei^„,, cities also attended the I. ions ceremonj Bonn Parliament Adjourns Without Action on Law BONNfJTA crucially impor tanl amendmenl to th •> '"' demmfic l promised and awaited (or almost tw tM „„, e ven been introduced in IDC Bund when that bod) adjourned for its summer recess i will not reconvene before the end Of September The amendment is designed to correct some of tbe most glaring mad.Miuac.es and inequities of the 1963 law Netherlands Quota Ptom liTo Begin Hebrew Study THE HAGUE (WA) >?* ana ol the Netherlands has said B ahe will very probably underake the studs ol Hebrew under an ( M „n,ncedJew,sh teacher. 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LUGUST 12. 1955 ^JmHstithridbgj PAGE 7 of Tau Alpha Tau Epsilon Phi is arded Miss Sandy it the University of r the 1955-1956 A junior, she is %  x of Mr. and Mrs. Whitman, 1821 r„ Miami. fademy Women light Cruise t cruise on the Seven being sponsored by Academy Women Sun!' p m. |t.i Mrs. Irving Firtel, Hebrew Academy social get-together %  nil in a series of sofor the summer Se d is in charge of The yacht will lei 8 City Yacht Basingements committee, d, are the MesBergman, Benjamin tbraham Margel and irge Kimmel. Mr. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. B '/ Mr and Mrs. \x. Mr and Mr>. DanIT m MIIK" \be sore W$ RIDA HRIES tOGtmuo pin "D" Milk Products" ^0 Protected I 2-2621 [Miami Delivery TO rtggaS, 1 Hot weather metis do tax the in genuity of the best and most ex pcrrencad among at; But there are W T, h? d W? ^ m \ dkUWm i he: In Mother saucTpTorfTvegetables that ran rnmilt ;~ ... i-~ ~ ... .. F "' vegetables that can result in satisfying dishes. 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Let stand 10 minutes then drain. Enough water will cling to the sliced mushrooms for cooking. Cover and cook over moderate heat Dean Foster Alter Resigns; Joins Investment Firm Foster E. Alter has resigned as Dean of Men at the University of Miami. He will be associated with the Miami offices of Waddell and Reed, Inc. The firm, headed by the Wilmington group of duPont, invests the funds of individuals and institutions in securities. Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the diversity, said Alter's resignation is effective Sept. 15. "Alter has been part and parcel of the University's life and has played such an important role in its development and in the lives of its students that it will be hard to visualize the institution without him." Dr. Pearson said. 3 to 5 minutes or till the mushroom slier* are tender when pierced with a fork. Remove from mg pan melt the butter and add the flour, stirring it gently till lightly browned over moderate heat. 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)AY, AUGUST 12> 1955 i I ii a r i s LOUIS ROSENBERO Mnl llli it., Ml.mil I ndaj, Aua, • V i' ""'' "' here inn from '-• i • %  |UI i\ .1 I.S IWli HUM-. EdMi., : ,.i Bi HI li. -• n• I Jack M U.I Soi \ li pa were "ii v it i MI.IIBI I leach tyu-lii u. .Ml. N. kl. M HO LEGAL NOTICE BERNARO M*9 ni Mi • i 11:: Meridian ave., died Batur• h< V \ hoapltitl He Mi.i ni Beach for .111,1 II i el Ired lex) lie \. n Yin k Clt) SIM \ l\ or* Ins \\if<\ l>.n '.i' M and II brothei. Benjamin, He WM ;i member or H,.,. h Klka Lodge 1601. s.-rv. |<| Mnndaj al Riverside I ind burial followed NelMi %  %  • %  • U SAM LAUB U.'i cuiiini\' i retired waiter ,, %  in \li.ni I : II. h l i i \i %  fork City, wai burled in Mi sin.ii Cemetery, with irrangementa in charge of \i. noi i.ii i 'bapel He is eur[In Inwife. .Minnie. BERTHA KOHLER HI 4 BI I' "• blvd. .Miami, for. i t of Miami Beach, died al rJuwlay. She "-nine here elijhl %  go from Ni W • Ml.ans HII.1 is HI in her niece and nephew. ni Mm. Abe Blerbaum, Miami s. rvii • were on Bunds i .11 Memorial Alton re. Chapel. pin u.is in New Orleans. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tin EN thai indereigned, desiring to I'!", ,',-," "!",','. "" "' %  '" % %  '•name „| ALLIED I'ltlNTIX.; \\|, ,.|,.|,-,.HI I'l'i.v CO .,, 113 N ,.n i( MM Miami, Plorlda, intends i., .rir. art CMirt of Hade ,*.,n>,i HERM \N II. J L'ili'Mkfc KAN.NEK Arbr Herman B Novln ,t, SARAH CHULOCK *.' rsth si. win. came to Ml* ill nine yeara ap<> from chi%  iiMi pere Sunday, she i aurfby In i hiiHhand, Aaron; %  er. .Mis. Jeanette Cooper; and WUImar Remalna were sent eagu foi lervlcea and burial, m ni\M-I bandied by M' i n.iii.il Normandy dr. Cha|H-l. Kl.. Nn\ IN.-H.N NOTICE UNDEI-. KICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IH HEREnt OIVEN thai the underHlrmed, ,i. „,, buslneaa under the flctltloua name of 141 yi, I, Perrace, Oolden Boor. %  Miami Beach, rioii.ia, Intend* to reg%  aM name with ii,. Clerk of the < Ircult t ouri of pade County Eloridn HV,.,N fiissr s !" !" A ttoi ney ror Applicant a s.iz-ie.a "Jewlstt fhrkfi.tr -LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai .""' '" i, dealrlnn to engage In nisin.ss under ih. n, iltloua name ..' PAGE 15 %  >!• %  %  --.... ... ; % %  < %  iiii\n Ml J1D1 s S.NA-K KITCHEN, HI l> N N\ l-i Kl Inti n ito rei name with the Court ..f I'a.I. KEHMLER g, (iAKS Attorneys f'-r Apidl I7K2 W Kl.il.r St -' %  < — 8 J-12 Clerk of County. Plorlda IRENE EISHLI: • BRAHAM KLEINMAN Mi s\v it ii si died Saturday i attai k A driver for the r.iii i I., he is *iir\ivi.ii U\ • n. Herbert; and I-I \i Barbara Klein man; fi ml two brothei a Bei \ • fi • Mondaj ..i • loi don'a Ml i ml with burial in Mi Neoo Ceme* JOSEPH SIECEL U-iki \\ all rii.-l Saturday. Ml.i III l • -lil. II! M ho In eara ago, he • ni and i-in \ iv t a eon. Bernle; u Ji inn Solomon, of BriUe; one brother and two wen Tueedj |f • !. with Int. i Ml N. bn I'. 111.1,1 I S. REBECCA I .-V\ I Sin I .1^.1 ZAHLER AUK %  : in i l.v. I.i ml .i b) hei •i. Of by, i Knntmtel, two s..ns. Harold r.ii.i. both of Cleveland %  W man. Miami; [•ih. .! %  i : wo alatei a. I lot %  I Home was in i' in nis. wltli l.url.il %  and IRS. IDA FREEMAN I Wl 12nd -t Miami Boa oh, n.I.n iii a in. ui nuralnf home. le hen 12 yeara HK It N .1 .mil was a member of :l Group ..f llailassali She hiera, Mrs Harry i' oth) Teppei. both ••( Sun h, .noi Mi s i..mis K.in'I" Ih, \ I tw i. sons. Ikavi.l %  I Beach, ami Theodore Newark; a alater. Mr* Iti-i. Miami It.aih; six arandkl -Kiamlchlldren. *< I li. .. h Memorial Al%  lii'l. I nli burial in Newark. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN§ CSAN D AP E V C OUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. M 01J2172 ROBERT iNi;i:.\iiAM. iMuintifr. SAMI'KI. I TIKIMI'SO.V, if IMng. but I', lieVI il to fie 1 lead ami FRANCIS THOMPSON 1 hla wife nd her husband. If any. Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OP Till-: BTATE OF HXiKlPA: To: SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if living, but believed to be dead residence unknown PRANCM THOMPSON, hla wife, and hel iiii-ii.imi. if any; residence unknown. ALLUNKNOWN HEIRS, vtaeee, (rantees, credltora other partlea claiming through, under or ajralnst RAMIKII THOMPSON. If living, nit believed to be dead; and PRAM "IS THOMPSON, 1,1s wife, •""' her hiiaband, If an) ; AND A I.Si 1, ,,s to each of the above named Defendant Individuals, if they I., .1. %  eased, then all unknown heirs, l. granteee, credltora or other partlea claiming i>\. throuab, und< r or aaainst auch Defendanta ANI ALSO, all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have an> liKht. till.or mi. r.st in the property which Is 'I" s.il.J.-. t inaM.i ,,f nil, ,uit. said propei t) h lag and being in 1 1 'ounty, PI01 Ida, and mo • particularly .1. -. rlbed as f..|loe N of SW, „t \KI, „r HW ', nf Section ."', Township it South, itaiiKc in Beat, containing i ai res more oi li V" "I A NO BACH OP fOU are hereby notified that a -uit iibeen filed in the above named Court, bj the Plaintiff above named, for the purpose << •iiil.iinsr tiiLof the Plaintiff, in and to the property Involved herelnabove des. 11 bed fOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In said suit on or before the 12th da) of September. IMS, ami In default of auch Appearance, a Decree Pro Confeeao will be entered against you .IIHI cai-h of you. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade Ooanty, Miami. Klortda, this 9th dav of August. 1J55. K B. I.EATIIKR.MAN. Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt By WM. W. BTOCKlNa, Deputy Clerk BEN KSSKN .Uli.iiHi for l'laintiff lM Seybold Building. Miami Zl, Pla S/12-1S-2* — 9/J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In i.'i-im-.-under the flctitio i nai I %  J.oitlDA MORTGAOE INVESTMKNTS, at '.'UK I'.in, .s i'i:it taole ownei i tl: A (1 \i;s v iillcanl %  i Street UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'IIEREBY OIVBN that d< ll Ing to engage III i:' iltloua names ol %  Ml ,-V.!. MKI S RKKTAUti, \"'v KOSHER RESWANT AN |, CATERERS, NoiIMANDY RE8TAU1,1 yi-'HKl/s NORMANDY KKSTAURANT, at Ml i Miami M.ach. Intends t.. 'i.l Maine with the Clerk of J ouri of Dade County, K \vm:i: CORPORATION S liixov ''"si"" a """ applicant n ay 1 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage iii business under the fictitious nameof i -.il.l namea with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida BENJAMIN ORADUS SEYMOUR I! L1EBMAN Attorney for Benjamin Oradua Lincoln Road. Miami Me... li, Ha. v 5-12-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business tinder the fictitious name of NYI.ON I.ACK. I'RODCCTS <'<>.. at ... CurtlsWOOi Drive, Key Rla.-ayne. Intends to reglater said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, hlnrida. RAE ROGERS HERMAN T ISIS Attorney for Applicant 1711 Congress Mldg. v :>-12-19-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underatf I, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious mi of THE BRIDGE FORUM, at Sll B.W. Ith Street, Miami, Plorlda, Intends to i.gist, i -II.I name with the Clerk ..f the circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. WTLX1AM E. BEAMON 7/22-21 — I 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the Mini, i signed, desiring to elUjaaTe m business under the fictitious name ..r K a K BAR AND RESTAURANT, al I2J2 N \v 22nd Ava Intend to n glster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count)', Klorlda. ROBERT KENNETH SW KE1 H.ER NOBLE CI.ARK SMITH HENRY M CAIN Attorne) for Applicants 1511 W. Klagler St.. Miami, Ha. 7 2i-2l — I ".-12 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NJ A *u4 t I A \A/ NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at 21.'. 30th St., Miami Hcaeh. intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. ART MAYER. Sole Owner DAVID M CONSHAK Attorney for Applicant Till Misiavne Mldg. 7 12-21 — 8/J-12 ''"BY PUBLICATION *TA R< .. U JS T COURT OF THE "TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ', N S..A N A_. F PI DADE ?, CHANCERY No. 1I213S. RKOW8KI, IMalntlff. zi IIKOWSKI. DefeadaM ;KT /I IIKOWSKI 11 IM >I s foi Plaintiff •31 Seybold Building. Miami 12. Ela By MKRVYN I. AMES, oi Conn I 8/12-19-2 — 9/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ••( SIDEWALK BAR *.• CAFE, at 1613 N W Mtfa 8t., Miami. Pla., int. nd 10 with the Clerk of the circuit Court nf Dade County, ilorldg. HERMINIO Ki IDRIOUEZ MAMIE It RODRIOUEZ KESSLRR Ar OARS Attorney! for Applicants I7^J W. Plagler St. 7 22-21 — %  > .-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW' NOTICE IS HKRE1D OIVEN thai the undersigned, rt.slrllli: to engage In iiniei the flctltloua/na EO I'IT ABLE MORTOAOE & INVEHTMENT CO (Not Inc.). at 142X DuPonl Mldg intends to It glstl name with the Clerk of ihe Clr.uli Court of Dado COuntv, Klorlda. MITCHKI. KRAMER. %  wnei MONROE D1XON Attorney for Applicant I ;x> Coi-al Was I/12-II-2I — 9/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buainesa under the flctltloua names ol BELL oil. SERVICE STATIONS, al A Klagler Street, and BELL oil. COMPANY, at 1410 N W. Mth Avenue, Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot I iade County, Florida. REALTY HOLDING CO. KESSl.EM A. i JAMS Attorne) a for Applli ant ITSj W. Haglei Si 7 :'it I I-12-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35745-A In It. ESTATE OP FRANK IIRA.MEISTKR. De. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pereona Ha> ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate; You, and each of \ ou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands Which *"U. or either of you, may have against the •state of PRANK IIRAMEISTER, deI I,ne nf I'a.l. County, Horlda. to the H" ni''. County Judges of U.,.1. County, and Ml' the same In Ih, ii f|. i in the County Courth in Dade County, Florida, within eight caleadai months from the date of the first publication hereol Said clatma ... demanda t ntaht the legal ad.if the claimant and t" be -worn to ind presented as aforesaid, or same „ ,n i li 7:CM6 of Ih. 194.1 Pi obate Ai t. Date Julj is. \ I' It**. ,_ ROKK ni: IMKISTER As Exe. utrlx of the lJst Will iml Testament <>f FRANK BRAME1STER, Deceased THEODORE R NELSON one Lincoln Road Mulldliig Miami Beach. Florida Attorney for Eve. utrlx K/i-12-19-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that iii.. undi i -i-ii. .1. desiring to • ngi bualness undei the fictitious name <>r OKRTLER LANDSCAPINO COM. I'ANV. .,i 1427 Creapl Boulevard, Miami Bench, intends to register said nrlth tie -ci. k -if the i Of I i.ldn lUnt) l-ioi Ida JOSEPH OERTLER KOVNER MANNHKLMEK Mini m %  foi I., eph %  '. i tier LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ndi i Igned, .le.-ii ina to --lit. business under the flrtltloui nai ALL BTATE RENT A •' \i, % %  ,.s-,,, [ai i. .u .in Mton Road, Miami B< icn, Intend to n Id n i me with the ci.rk of tinCircuit Court >.f Dade County, Plorlda, CHARLES ROSS A. It INI-ANTE ners BERT SAOER Attorne) for Applli ants HIM; Biscay ne Mldg i J-12 it-it IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18157B PAULINE BALABAN, Plaintiff, vs. ABRAHAM BALABAN, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ABRAHAM BALABAN Georgia Avenue Brooklyn 7, N V YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to nerve a cop) of your Answ.-r to the Complaint for IMvorcc on plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 20th day of August. 195.1, otherwise the allegations of -aid Complaint for Divorce will be taken i.s confessed against you. DATED this lath dav of July, 1981 E. M. LEATHERMAN, i "lei k. Circuit CoUl I. Dade County, Florida By R. HMICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy clerk KOMMEL A ROGERS, E8QS. Attorney f-.r l'laintiff 4:'II Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla 7/22-2:1 — l 5-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35671 In Re: ESTATE I -I' MARY K ROBERT*. I %  • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims %  •! Demanda Against Said i: tati You. and e.i. li -.f ..ii at .' In 11 In I ind q II ed in in!-• ni any claims and demanda which you, or either %  you, ma) have agalnat the state of MARY K ROBERTS, di i litid l lade i '011111 .. Kl %  • 1 id.1. to tinII raid.c •%  i nt \ Judgl 1 i.imt J 11 ml file the -.line in their officein the Count) Courthouse in 1 ..oi.1 'ounty El.11 id.1. within calendar month" from the date of the publication hereof. Said claims or demanda 1 mam the legal ad..! the I.urn.uit and to I" gwom in ami presented aa aforesaid, or same will h. barred See Sect 732.11 oi the 1143 Probate Act. Mate August I. A.D. 1955. SHELDON N LELCHUK As Executor of the Last Will ami Testament <>f MART K ROBERTS, I *. c.l sell SHELDON V LELCHUK Attorney for Executor ,.11 Bey bold MI.IK Miami, Hm Ida 8/12-19-26 — 9/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersimi. d. desiring to engage In bualneea undei the fictitious name of HOWARD'S BENDIX LAUNDERETTE, at 124 S \V 12th Ave., intends to reglater aald name nrlth the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK PELD, Owner KKSSI.KK ,. CAMS Attorneya for Applicant I7vw Plagler St. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t-. eng business undi 1 the fictitious ns ABLE BUILDERS RENTAL EQUIPMENT, at .11" N. W. I till Avi Miami, l-'la intendto reglatl 11 iin. a ith %  he lerK <>f the I' Court of Dud, County, H.ulda. ALBERT KREEDMAN, hole Owner Cld.li.M \N \Ol ILDS I KIN Attorneya foi Registrant IIM Weal Plaglet BI Miami, Pla I I2-I9-M I J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, d.-siring to engage In business under the fictitious 111.1 IMONEER SHEET METAL INDUSTRIE!!; at 1811 Noith Mlafnl Avenue, Miami, Klorlda. intend to reglater aald name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade County, ."hM-ida. DON C HALL (SEAL) Owner of One-half Interest JAMES II KEEGAN, JR (SEAL) < re mi 1.1 1 m< half 1 ntet eai SOLE PROPRIETORS QBOROE CHERTKOP Attorne)) t..i Bole 1'roprletora 102 iiMiupla Building. Miami 12. Ela. I I U-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, desiring to ei in business undei the fli-tltioua of LIBERTY BUDGET BIHtEAl 2201 W< al Plagii 1 Street, Miami, Inti mis to reglater aa Id nam< ark of the CrretiW 1 'omt .,1 t'mini \. i'i-i: Ida. SAMUEL M. BCHACK Sole Owner OOLDMA|I it OMIVts-WEUN Attorne) f.'i Reg 2203 West Plaglei St M ami, I-1 ; :: : %  • a :,-i2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB) GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engs business under the flctltloua nam l.Al-i H S KOSHER MEAT POULTRY MARKET, al 1112 mandj Drive, Miami Beach, li t gl t) name with Ihe I ot the 1 "ir< uit Court of Dade Co da. ABRAHAM TISHENKEL W Inl I > VVIIi LAP! '!•' %  _• inlMILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Appln-.-iuis 1".-:: S. -hold Mldg. 7 n 1/2-12*19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 181*01 AL'RELIO M1CELLO, Plaintiff, \ s. JESSIE MICELLO, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JESSIE MICELLO jiit7 v\'.iat< ii.st.-r Avenue Bronx. New York You. JESSIE MICELLO. are hnotified that a Bill of ComplalM Drvorca has been filed against 1. and you are required.to serve a Of your Answer or I'leadiug to th. 1 of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. OEORGE CHERTKOF, r Olympla Building, Miami 32. Kland file 'he oiiuinal Answer or Ml. Ing In the office of the Clerk of circuit Court on or before the Mtn day of August, 1955. If you fail to dJudgment by default will be I against you for tinrelief demanded in the Mill Of I 'nmplHint. This notice shall be published Once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Kl.i IR1D1 \N HONE AND ORDERED ..t Miami, Florida, Ibis 14 dav of July. AD. 1: B LEATHERMAN Clerk, circuit Court, I Mde ('i.11111 v. Plorlda By J< 'AN ft il'RN< >YI 11 'it.11 i• '..in 1 Sea 11 I >c|.i.t \ OEORGE CHERTKOP At torn. -. for l'laintiff 1] mpla Building, M ami 12, 1 %  7 22-29 — > ">-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I %  .I. desli in. bur in. indei thi flctll loua nami THE ROSEBUD COMPANY (N '. Inc 1. ;.t 17.'.' W. Plagler 81 eel tends to regiatei nald name with Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f I 1 011111 \, Plot ida. 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r, A UGgST 12, 1955 Janet Lipitf Becomes Mrs. Richard (wander m Imported French Clumlillv In a 3 p.m. double ring ceremony on Sunday Aug. 7, at Torah Temple. Miss Janet Eileen Lipitz, daughter of Mrs. George Lipitz 11204 SW 18lh ave.. and the late George Lipitz, became the bride of Richard J. Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. k S. Alexander, Trenton. N.J. Rabbi Louis Cassell, of Toral Temple, officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her brother Alvin H. Lipitz. Best man was Jay M.. Alexander twin brother of the groom. Maid of honor was Mickie Gor don. wearing a ballerina-length gown of Dresden blue silk organza over whisper taffeta, fitted bod ice, full billowy skirt trimmed with Dresden blue and a velvet bow She carried a cascade of pale pintcarnations. Flower girl was Mary Bluma Sannvitz, cousin of the bride in pink organdy carrying a basket of rose petals. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of French imported chantilly lace over earl satin with *e> *efl large satin poufl caught up at th< ^ I back. A miniature princess crown of chantilly lace was edged with seed pearls from which hung ; threc-tierred silk illusion veil. She carried a cascade of orchids and white roses The bride is a graduate of Mi ami Senior High School and s member of Tri Beta. She received her RDH degree at Temple University in Philadelphia. Mr. Alexander is a graduate of Trenton Senior High School, attended the University of North Carolina and Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. At present, he is in the Army at Ft. Jackson, S.C. Alter their honeymoon, in September, the groom will again attend the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy to get his degree. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson. Mr. Harry Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. I. Miller ice is currently a nursery i and Mrs. A. Levine, all from Trencher;!! the Beach Branch! ton, N.J.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack eater Miami Jewish Com! Sarawitz, of Kansas City. Mo. nter. She is also a teen m the Center's oMBHaHHSHMHI division she received her of Science degree in Hen a I primary educa|oston Si ite Teachers Coline. 1!>.">4 She was a memHli i the Art Club. sk %  engaged as a I' Mian with the Wi : Wing in Ashe[( He received his BachI degree at Westina it ichers College. He i the student govisted in "Who's A r.can Colleges and !'• • LOSS. He is an f 1 n having served p Theatre of Opera!!*Lfhr*m*r? PAGE 9 |Fc'l(lluiins Mark jCiolden Anniversary At Nowaik Fete Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldheim, of 1410 sw 22nd ave.. renewed their wedding vows on Sunday, July 31. at a dinner marking their %  50th anniversary in the Essex House. Ntwark. N.J. Formerly of Newark, the Feldheims retired to live in Miami over four years ago. In Newark, Mr. Feldheim was an independent bus owner and former operator of several downtown garages and parking areas. Married in Hungary, the Feld Reims lived in Newark about 45 years. They were invited to 0g North by their five children, who were hosts at the dinner Children include Mrs. Bcla Buchwald, Miam Harry Feldheim, South Orange, N.J.; Mrs. Elsie Price and Benjamin Feldheim Hillside. N.J; and Joseph Feldheim. Carteret. N.J. The couple have six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Ardnvire Richard I. A/exonefor Rice Becomes [isk's Fiancee; IIITY Allg. H) Sara Rice. 726 Meridian aim Beach, and formerly In. Mass., announces the ling i carriage of her Beatrice Nona, to Mr. Sisk, son of Mr. and Mrs. North Caroline and Mich Mr. ond Mrs. Joseph ftldhtim P>i*>ei-e-e---nBi (Iross, Brown Plan On Dee. 24 Wedding Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gross, of 711 85th st.. announce the engagement of their daughter Leila, to Robert Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Brown, 650 85th st. The briue-elect graauated from Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. She is nowstudying at the university for her teacher's certificate. Mr. Brown is associated wjth the Life Insurance Company of Virginia. SHARE TWO-BEDROOM APT. Girl will share with same beoutilnl two-bedroom apartment. Close in. Reasonable. Call 3-2202 after 6 pjn. or Saturday and Sunday. •'WWW %  'WAw-'WrfWWWWWV. MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING Day and Night Phone 82-6978 Civil. Criminal and Insurance investigations. Alexander Stolfi and Avery Wilhelm. Director*. EXCLUSIVE IMPORTERS FROM ROUND THE WORLD Galilee Gift Shoppes DISTINCTIVE ISRAELI C/rTWARE Sisterhoods 35". Oft on Israeli Items 7416 Collin Ave. M 6932 Collini Ave. Ph. UN 6-1392 M,AMI BEACM ILA Ph UN 6-4247 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .A 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET 1 Kosher Style Cookie* Private Dining Room Air Conditioned Free Parking MIAMI 'Don't drag your guests ell over Cede County-see everything for I fee of TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and Zoo V \" PHONE 64-4579 FOR RESIDENT PASS, FREE itfh Grads 1 Betrothal Told of Miami High and Mrs. David S. Zissman. 1 'ales Carol Jean Lhr Earl Myron Zissman is P'l by the bride-elect's (Mr an I Mrs. Adolph A. lltiT! SW 16th st fcple has not set a date (or nng Punan's parent* ere Mr 3415 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach. Both used to live in Chicago. Mr. Zissman attended the University of Miami and served two years in the Navy. The bride-elect is a member of B*nai B'rith Young Women. Man Desires Job MIDDLE-AGED MIAMI RESIDENT, trustworthy, reliable and steady work er, stockroom, shipping experience, would also accept work in shop, motel Moderate salary required Write: F. A., Box 2973. Miami 18. 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tjenlstifkr*** !" FRIDAY, AUGDsr; PAGE 4 tf* :%k\\\\JLW OFFICE and PLANT • Published every Friday ilnce W by the Jewish Flerldlan at 12C N. E Sixth Street Miami 18, £'<>£, Entered as second-class matter July 4. 1930 at the Post OffiCl ol Mian,,, Fly., under the Act ot March : J. 1879. The Jewish Floridian h.is absorbed the Jewish Unity %  nd the Jewish Weekly. Member 6f the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature aj>"dlOU. Worldwide New. Se-vice. National EditdHal AMOClajjOit. Arner. lean Association of EnglishJewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FPED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher Volume 2 8 LEO MINDLIN News Editoi 120 N. E. Sixth Streei Telephones 2-1141 MM 7n7.^^r> ; y B C •< 4 P T One Ve.ir 0N R TWO Vr.ir %  /. Avu,1955 Atomic Science for Peace ews form an infinitesimal proportion of the world's population. But at Geneva today where International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is meeting, out of about 6:3 scientists who are gathered there a total c: .04 are Jews. It is a figure which has ast ed many United Nations diplomats, both those who are friendly and those who are not sc rriendly to Jews, and it is a figure which may I surprise Jews themse'.\ Jewish achievements in recent years in the field of physics, particularly in the science of lear energy, are one of the great sagas of extemporary Jewish history. The name of ert Einstein, the greatest physicist since vton, stands foremost, of course. But so many other Jews have made such notable conations to the science and have been recognized and honored by the world for then achievements that contemporary Jewish contributions to physical science in so short a period have begun to rival the accomplishes of Jews in the field of medicine over the ares. 11 is not much more than half a century since s emerged from the semi-medieval East European ghettoes to confront the modern rid. The great progress y physical nee during this twentieth centu: rets both hopeful and alarming, forms the in foundation of the hieved age. And in this she the chil[randchil ^-medieval much they iti %  I ned the freedon ::id iuc: experiment 5 d right ill mankind. Dl the 324 Americans who are participating in the Geneva conference, 62 are Jews. The fledgling State of Israel is also beginning to ;e its contributions felt in the field of atom.: science. It has ten delegates at Geneva, and three of the six scientific papers which the teli scientists have prepared are considered :: oe of special importance end are therefore scheduled for on-the-spot discussion. Thus is a conference on the peaceful uses of mic energy, and we are therefore happy thai so much will be heard at the conference c: the contributions of Jews to such peaceful uses, rather than to the uses of war and whole; i .e destruction of human civilization. as a vicious a: ^se relo ^ %  Thirties During The Week .. .A I S ** By LEO MINDLIN IT IS a id commenl on the accidental v..,\ that I'rol Toynbee should have come tht l Had thus English historian (ailed m his g Pa< 2 liwn tu take into account,Uie emergent!i.| lhf ** he mu;lit easily have remained at | „., m man known only by other nun who Mp i( name in a New York Tim< l-.*^ b> the Sunday intellectual and ,1,^-^JTIJ on the basis of an ad writer's copy. Bui to the notorious Prol Toynbee did take into account the emer-'m • and in doing so. elevated his n .., ^"^r.\ mti Semites of Britain and France u IlilUireRriKl t; K ( >n are noted today, it is because h( ir !" # ....,.,:., i..rtttta to b.^try So i. itWoM,,,, „ the world a Histor) The tr„ i„. Pruf will however, lie in the fact that his mrvi lizatioii I -uinptions mainly relating to tl ini imptions maj very well ultimately challen i the objec validity "i inlife's work. i them as a me, and his coho.t tim to Nazi ideoK oui Perhaps his Cameron's public anon and dish country of the I 'ccols ol Now' he is dead On? '' "" ,l s ta Perhaps, to... his passing will come to symbolize the passing i h. •, rton *".'•. of hatred and prejudice among n where. Thinking about Prof Toynb ee. I am Imbued w ,th thr n-nfi ini thai I experience when 1 read the Outpouring ol I, Nietzsche. And this should not be suri ting tht ntihty ought not tie distinguished from the .ilierrant ed psyche If bigotry can. at all. be exciue4,4i • s, if T S Kliot. for nil offering to poetry and rrttieaj n the case 0 f BeM America's Conscience is Spurned There is a sad sequel to our last week's report in these columns concerning the fate of the 1953 Refugee Relief Act. President Eisenhower Monday again exUKE ANY ORDINARY MISSIONARY BUT PROF. Toynbee is unique. His fentilit) car n, be challenged. As there is honor among thieves, mi hierarch) of honor among hatemonger\: | Prol Tu it honor, at all. When Mr. Eliot inveighs against the, true thai he permits himself the joy of referring to Itachelueef vich" or to the •'Chicago Semite Viennese." Yet. h. cloaks hai anti-Semitism in aesthetic terms; and, even this he subs pressed his regret over the fact that Congress ||Ui ._ |M nm (l| (ll most reccn t books. "Notes Toward the did nothing in its concluding hours prior to culture." adjournment about dealing with the unwork. ... .. %  .r ... Y{ ,. an ,Y f Towibee unfortunately, has in his possession none tt| able aspects oi me na characteristics upon which to rely 1| ; antiSenutj The sad sequel is this: ployii .: the common terminology of Mr. Eliot, doe. not >tpi The Democrats are now g the Repi^ iccounl the ancient, tattered epithets ol the Roma licans, with the Republicans sharply coming back at the Democrats for failing to pay I to President Eisenhower's plea. Whoever is to blame, this nation's traditional open door to the persecuted is daily insulted as we continue on our course set by the McCanan-Walter Immigration Law. t the Jee This, like any ordinary miasii nary, who xpressing the will of God. Prof. Toynbe say Kroodlajl which thej (the Jews) had perversely sterilized In hrdirr? H1 th, th. > rejected the stitll greater treasure which (iod ofient"| .ii the coming of Jesus of Nazareth.'" These, and countless other gems of "aodol bssfsj •ned from Toynbee's history on the Stai I Va It is not the Refugee Relief Act that is at posed to ita emergence, Prof, Toynbee b not alone -.iti-fiedlM fault. Nor is it the McCarran Law. the Democrats or the Republicans. The people, themselves, are to blame for permitting the'r legislators to spurn the conscience of America. The Honorable Senators from the South it on its own termAs Abba Eban observes in hii .mmenurit ish historian, "There is a vehement assault on the ante modern I-rael reaching back into the mist* of antiquity." • • • • • RESTORATION OPPOSES DIVINE WILL President Eisenhower recently recommended to Congress the appointment of Solicitor General Simon E. Sobiloff as Federal Judge. Opportunistic Easing of Tension Israel s announcement at Geneva that its atomic scientists are extracting uranium from :.€s found in the Negev and that they are experimenting with solar energy must certainly be an unhappy note striking at the ears of the Irish State's Near East neighbors. What with the Arab League still bent on destroying Israel by economic boycott, blocade and political intrigue, this sore information tells t.-.e Arabs that they have not been successful in daunting either the spirit or the creative energy of the Jewish people. Egypt, undoubtedly the strongest partner in :r.e League, has discovered at Geneva that it is far behind Israel in industrial and scientific progress. Perhaps some of this sad news is the reason foi Eqypt's sudden decision Wednesday to crrive at some kind of reconciliation with its Israeli neighbor. Twentieth century history and two World Wars have proven that the Arabs .end their allegiance mainly to opportunism. Nothing, it seems in ths regard, has changed. But on whatever basis, we are certain Israel is most anxious and happy to welcome the easing of tensions in the Near East—if such should be forthcoming as a result of Egypt's conciliatory tone this week. The Death of an Anti-Semite William J. Cameron died Friday in Oakland, Calif., at the age of 76. We don't suppose too many people remember Mr. Cameron, but he was a disturbing personality in his day—a man with whom to reckon carefully because bigots in high places require special consideration. Mr. Cameron was less noted for his position cs editor of The Dearborn Independent than THUS PROF. Toynbee describes the persecutions of tk*l Visigoths as being of typically "Judaic" fanaticism, and he records of religious persecution before the Maccabees, kl I become the •traditional" parents of forcible proselytaal the Jews were finallv and forcibly cast into their two thou* Now. Congress has qone home without doing long exile, they attained, according to Prof. Toynbee. thwI anything about the President's recommendastate The natural Jewishness. Eban humorously r. n.irks. wasf lion. dit mn ol Diaspora. One can only draw the condemn that the Ml The reasons are simple. Mr. Sobiloff had a ll n l> an impiety and an injustice. great deal to do with the recent desegregation | ,,r the Jews. Prof. Toynbee would have us beliae. ruling, and the senators from the South all their mission in the beginning. They had indeed been gifted' honorable gentlemen did not find his activity paralleled spiritual insight but after having divined a truth to their liking. absolute and eternal they allowed themselves to !>< %  captivaMil Apparently, the Constitution of the United relative and temporary hall truth "They persuaded them**! Israel's discovery ot the one true God had revealed Israel to"f people." Now. in exile, they became a "fo" |W initiative • • • • • States is still being contested as the supreme law of the land. • ^. olGfldil Token Payment for a Wrong Which CM Never be R.ghfed THE GERMANS ARE TO BLAME For PROF. Toynbee. there is in this regard a wids ^'^ Divine Will and human action, and the State of Israel becotnei "I blood and soil and herrenvolk ... the sen expo^*"^ caricature u U-mg the naked neo paganism that it •" *" the restoration of Israel akin to Nazism but to c..mmunB.' i"r any attempt to achieve social change in the fac of taewT] <>f We-tcrn brutality is a distortion of Christianit) arising o niunist plotting. one could go on and on. pinpointing further ,,erly pu !3 beeisms and the Professor's total ignorance of Jc" concepts Hut it would be useless; the fulminations of the' '."' ma,Ur ho cleverly phrased in the lingo of the mtellefMJ, IJ .tend to aggravate themselves. Interestingly enough, rr* attributes to Nan Germany the final cause for the emert*^ Mate of lsrael-with an assist from President Truman* £^ 0mWM P*diency with charity by assisting wronged Now Prof Toynbee really doesn't believe the ]t **jf!L or suffering at all. ,t was the fault of the Naris. And: On %  Judgment the gravest crime standing to the German Ns* afcfiSS u I aCC U nl m, ht no < that they had exterminated Western Jews, but that they had caused the survival Jewry to stumble." too much"" hard y g fUrth r **• lhe ,pi^i, **""



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ir.u^|i rjeHlslincrMtofL FRIDAY; PAGE 2 taReveiiedfwUranium Extraction From Negev ures delegation to the International ,,„,, of tbc late !ll( dcvcl Kill ri % %  in" Israel at* ,;',, fo develop lhi wuiti • % %  > "S oeil 10 tin .nVovcry ol uranium ores in Israel. I*-** try-s work n. the held oi sotar en ,.,:.. x U seol U.' sun's own I .,.;:„ b the brael Atomic EJergy Commission as i potable dgMUThese aclvai.ee> were RMM — > One M .. f wer important scientific paper> re lonj ,„ ,he uran.um beau... mm port dealing with the country's e rals. Processes have Mmca encrcv requirements for the next (lU for the extraction of the uran um a> a byproduct o the manu Prepared bv the Israel Atomic facture of phosphate tertilta Energy Commission, the report in-in fact." the report continues, dudes istt concerning van "parallel to each of the proeeaures ous phases of the country's future employed today in the phosphate development. The revelations re fertilizer industries, an extraction ComiBtts on as %  i carding uranium and solar energy process has been developed whien ^^ in „„. energJ ,. C onom> were found "exciting" by scientific does not require any significant „,„„.,„„„,,> A special appen experts here — studying reports change in these procedures As ^ ( (i ])u ri I)cir1 written b] PTOI submitted at Geneva from 32 conn other phosphate rocks of similar Nntional Physical tries that have analyzed their fugeological origin are also likely to n • hire requirements for energj contain uranium. th,s method ma Laboraton ol UM & earcn i Explaining that the world trend be of more general interest I cll „, Israel, details IB scienuuc in regard to uranium, now that should also be applicable without ^^ (ht )>p( s ((( experiments vast technical advances have been much difficulty to ores other than ( | ii(|uctfl() ,, v (hc coun try >o far recorded, is toward greater use of phosphate rOCI "much poorer uranium ores'' than Israel is experimenting in other tho"se required until now. the redirections for the increase of the port declares: "the Israel Atomic country's energy and for fuels Energy Commission has had the needed for developme nt of energy Pekelner Named ZOA Chairman MXjaJ in efforts to harness the sun's rays I lowing attentji ,,„ production of power. ments of ottaW^J %  The abundance of sun radia ; field: they have ty2JJ| don m Israel throughout the whole contribution ,,f ^ lM-cially m the Southern modestly, the > une? rir ( ,| the country, makes this reported by Profj source energy particularly atthat the Highly tracUvt, tl'' overall survey states, described ny b • Israel scientists are not only folpromis-ing results^ COLORED DAY WOffKEtS YOUNG UNIFORMED l Hiqh Type Domestic Weekly Maittt Hotel Htl. .: Parlors Maids Kitcktn Porter* Maidt Hitches ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES \ Arthur Pekelner, president of the Miami Zionist District, has been appointed chairman of the 18th annual convention oi the S •• rn eastern region of the Zionist Orgai of Amei tion will be Miami Beach • rti r• the ill start on i • 2. and will Moi i fternoon, 5th. Inition banquet will be oni the highlight -. % %  %  si in duled %  ( the DiLido hotel on Sunday night. Se| 4 The ten Zionist Districtol South Florida will be hosts to delegates from the eight-state souheastern region, who \wii assemble in Miami Beach for the convention Assisting Pekelner on the convention committee from the Greater Miami Area will be Herbert R. Linick. president ol the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, who has been appointed COchairman. Others participating on the committee are Saul Genet, Joseph Alter. Julius Rosenstein, s E Schwartz. Alex Van Straaten, Ben Appel. Daniel Broad, Seymour B Liebman, Irving Saal. lly Sootill Abe Kassow, Daniel Cravitt, Max Friedson, Morris Simon, Abe Hurevtiz. Archie Goodwin, Abe Schal for. June Moskovitz, Dr. Harold Uebman. Al Finkelstein, b • nhorn, Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, •re Kamer, Sheldon Lelchuk, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Dr Ben Zuckerbraun and Oscar Lelchuk 4. 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ji*ist>nu^^ FAGE 14 rtLML-jrsa saa raw T o Preserve Teetn rendering the mu.-icai Will hold Friday evening at 6:30. Saturday morning services Kelemer are at 8:45. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen portions ol UK berg will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 645 p.m. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services are at TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollj will hold late Friday evening sen %  ces at 8:30 Rabbi David Shapiro will discuss "Do You Underesti mate Yourself or Your Neighbor Readers for the evening will be 6:45 p.m Daily services will be at 8 S :n. and 15 minutebefore SUBAn. TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will he Id Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will of luiate. with Cantor Jacob Bornstein rendering the musical por : ns of the liturgj Irom camp Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille M directing the choir Oneg Shabbat will he sponsored b> Mr and Mrs David Dogoloff Satui rmng Rabservices are at 9 Dail) services bi Simon April will preach on the will he at 7 30 a m and 7pm topic: 'Israel's Economic Path." Cantor Berele Kelemer will render TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHthe musical portions oi the liturg) SIDE CENTER will hold Pridaj in Mishna is at 5:30 Daily evening services at 8 30. Rabbi services will he at 730 am and Abraham Herson will disu ptani ,„r continued work towJrt improving the tevelofdU health in each South Hor.,1., I imin ,t> were announcedI this wee* M i„William R Edwards M ,,;„-, Lauderdale newb ttael presidenl of the Florida East Coast Dental SocietJ one of the largest professional organizations in the south, the so cietj in< l< %  %  !" h iul,n)i dentists in the area extending from Vero Beach to Ke) West • Further intensive efforts lo aid our people to save trouble, time and monej h> preventing their dental Iroilbk U*> (Tl,r | will be our chiet aim.' slid the SO ciet) president "With particular attention tol saving children's teeth, we will „e dedicated to children hack continue these efforts b> spread ing sound inlormation to partn Fossett's Prescription Ph a Huntingdon Medical Building 161 S.I. FIRST STRIET MIAMI, FLORIDA lp n*cj **. on the Weeklj morning services Port ion %  I 9 One of the largest and Most Complete PrescTj-J Pharmacies in the World NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening services at 8 15. Rabbi Henr> Okolica will discuss "A Good Man Sen MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Pridaj evening serviceat 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 8 30 6:30 p.m. BETH RAPHAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Fridaj evening services at 6:30 Saturday morning services are at 8 30 Rabbi Arie Beck* "Beyund the Conference at the Summit Mr and MrJames Harris will sponsor the I bbal following Saturday morning services are at 9 Rabbi Her-on will preach on"The Art of Beautiful Living MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening and teacher-, by further free e\ animationof school children. school planning meetinp, support m fluoridation id water supplies and the con-tant education of the public in general Surprislngb large numbers of children with serious dental deca>. even in their baby teeth, were found in Broward <'ounty last year b) volunteer dentistmaking hundredof free examinations in Is ( : the Fort Lauderdale Dr Edwards said Similar projects in other East %  : communities are planned for the coming year Pre-School Roundup Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center Sisterhood thiweek re j. .. _,. -"^ %  %  >* ..in in.in riiua; munis inuri OIMC-I IH>U IIII-> w^oa %  < CandlCllgntin.Cr lime services at 8 30. Rabbi Isaac I.erer rested plans for a preschool -urn Ab 24 — 6:38 p.m. Mincha is at p m Shalos. j sen ices will be at 7 a m 7 m 5ETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 9 i l -" AGUDATH INST TUTE 6.42 ISRAEL HE3REW will officiate and preach on: A Promised Future Saturday morning -en iceare at 9 Sermon will : on the Weekly Portion ol the Law • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE CATION will bi Id Fridaj ev< i turda) morn! • • %  the Weel Iftor A %  • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION Israel Boycotts Bulgaria Fair; Plane Crash Inquiry Continues 5ALEM .'l \ i hich at 6 p.m I ol Ethii : 'he Fathers J. ': lion, it is undi that I-I... h WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER t 6:30 Satui the Weekh mer roundup of Center school children Pains will be completed Monday evening at an 8 30 pm. meeting ol the women's group The round up will take the form of a wim part) at Mathesi.n Hammock. Cantor Wanted BY LOCAL CONSERVATIVE CONGREGA TION FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS. Stotr e perience and salary required. R. W Boi 2973, Miami II. 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+j e i§tftr££i&£ = PAGE 8 tttsa^h 1 -ss. ,'' %  = ; Rabbi Emeritus I .. t > K IP ian •" hc '" %  ;",';;r M Miss farlotta June Adel and M Melvyn Gerald Greenspahn Ki? S parent Mr "d Mrs Bernie Adel. U WM s| • ';. Vrbor. Miami H^ch. and U* ni an i>r and Mw a. C;.JI„ enchanted the audience Sundaj evening ,„,„-,. parenU an "r Maestro Arthur F.edlar MKhttKOW ^^^ ,;„.cnspnhn. si the Miami Beach pop concert eve i mdividua' numbers and graciously insisted on giving due rec^ sts in the orchestra, among them concert master Bug. a under stand Mr. Kedler --i, %  "• h. %  > J >„.,„„,„„, in a dither, what with his handsome greying nan i manner. l. T=i" *-j &.-S rtstwra sjsKrss-.— : %  .... .,! a distance. Councilman and Mrs. Harold Spae. wen ..%  % % %  • ,. ervedfor Miami Beach politico* ,,h Counc.ir.an and M Ha-old Shapiro. Sylvia', pink dress h with what appeared to be white bn I i The Leo Ackermans enjoyed then %  *"* Bobette is Jewish Famiij Si Also On hand wen Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, the Ju ,e music seriouslj His ret %  I '8 to behold, and no wonder he lent 2^*J*f' ner's Prelude to "Di. Edd.e Newman per through our spy g ,nd brief ho, lization. e, |, jt between numbers and greetings friends at %  Julius Jay Perlmutter, George Bertman a| tingue in a whit. tel ... id Alien Goldberg. II. Men a i %  I • „. r mpl< EmanuEl and a member of the Temple board and MW Chic %  '\'!r In th • '"" m "' '' '" hotel Soft pink candleligh led .he I" J"f i, ns ol shell lute and R h D ptial th seal tram TI P.-.I vex, '•'''"' • %  her H. liered veil of „. was !••• Id in place Their beautiful horn. blvd must have look< : • %  .traditi Mr and Mrs Stanley C. Myers alter their return from at! > s -' Id" -he used I bnda jsightset friend was exciting but Coral Gables can w >.,..,,.,• her maternal •),,... less tl il foi wearj travelers ..,-„,. onl ; I was in Salt Lake I it) and rhe bi 'de bouVe i Martha reports She and Stanley started their tour of th< ,. Wit them were the Bernard w, Sterlings, : Miami i | \ t |.. y Natmnai Park and then • British l olumbia visiting a friend along the waj Genei it is that I id Yi stone Park were awe-inspirithful erupt five times It's a natural wonsay M irtha ... „ % %  ., moment ago, we r. r that Councilman Sam Halperin is also off on a trip to I earned vacation Adding to his will be his wife Lccna's alwa impeccably tasteful wardrobe. Word ithat their !>eautiful Allison Island residence will give way • three weeks at Cal Neva 1 Lake Tahoe. The Halperinsl Id not have mad. a more lovely choice ^X ?A Mrs. mthym C. Gret>n**rfca: Bochner, l> Exchange V I ravel t<> Mr. and Mn i n SW 30th ave., ^ riage ot their d u Airman Kred w Mr. an d Mn $" SW 21st ave B The wedding took. home of Mr and M PJHlips. lR25B.,rri te Miami Beach Rahh, i, performed the cer which a reci ption „] The bride wore a ajft of import,,! embroil With a seed jn-arl mo 1J T hat and short veil of the same materiaU.1 an old fashioned col "'" %  : h„nor rm %  '"d in ordjjl with a bouquet of paleg rold I. | hillips acted | for hibn 'her. Mrs. Phillips ka Miami High Sehool and"! erly en gj ,(„ | Finance Corporation of I bitMr. Phillipgraduated ami Hit ti School and the University of SLaafl completed a < ,urs of | Kecsler An Force Miss the couple art car to Tucson, Ark, groom will be stationed specialist Iran; i Lev) and Mrs. Emma Goldstein, lie. Fla; Mr and Mrs. Meyer Starr and son. Stanley. Mr. and Mrs Jack Reiter and Larry i chids i aeSl ds Diani & I warti and ard Tratchman. New Orleans. La.; i Mr and Mrs Ralph O Greenspahn, I MrBertha Selinger. Mrs. Pearl j Spero. Mrs t'harles Goodman and Mrs Martin Lipsitz. all from Chi-, The bride attended Central High with pink accessories rhej earned School m Memphis, and graduated | bouquets ol soft pink roe-1cum laude from the University of 1 es Junior bridemaid, Jane BeverMiami, where -she majored in sec-1 !y Horwits, attired in I copy of the ondary education She is a member j attendants gowns, carried a colof Alpha Kpsilon Phi sorority Faj Brodsk; won i lei In ballerina gowns of seablue -ilk tafi, ta with %  TinaMatron ol hollo! ipahn sister in la ol the bride, Wore pale pink polished cotton .' When Monday I ind Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habit will bid farewell 1 h and thle S to return •heir chil Morena 81 d Miriam. The %  This time it got the Georg* C u rtko's. Helen nville. N.< i ml ... • %  • colei % %  George home Friday I "or Plans '.heir children Barry and Diann*, Mr. and Mrs. James Harris will celebrate their 17th anni,c and ln-pirini: manner They will be hosts Tifereth Israel Northside tenter to mark the hter Judith Estelle, ma> or maj US." Arn happilv "It upon whether si Ann iTifereth 1 od presi I > a > > f Word ithat Sidney Efronson hafinally returned home from two kat Mercy hospital following his automobile accident Sid, who is preside hapter B'nai B'rith and' rman oi 'he Greater Miami B'nai B'nth Youth Organization, found wife, Syd*ll, and daughter, Beth Lortn, joyousl) greeting hmnast) misfortune. Jack Kahn's birthday gift to hilovel) wife Beverly, was a pedi i parakeet. Scene of the presentation was I lurpi -• %  | rt> in i %  erly's honor Sunday evening. We understand that some 25 guests turned out for tl rig them the senior Kahns, who tl.w down from New Jem he p their daughter-in-law celebrate, and Mr. and Mrs. Si Blum*. >>>>< -Baby brother" Jay Reiss, Jr., arrived last week fro:.. Mobile, to visit with hisi-ter for a brut staj at the Priedmans Garden 1. e apton Brickell ave. "Baby brother" iwhat Rita always calls him and word is they planning a trip to California (Go Went, teems to be the Mian e S.A\~ together next month— with an exciting -top in i Leaving her cool summer home in R.-ckland. Ml arn in necticut lLeonora Baruch With problemconcerning the running ol hei San Mai dence in Miami Beach out ol her thoughtcompletel) -he'll be e guest of her friend-. Nancy and Bobby Greene, Pin, their Darien. Conn, estate before Leonora returns hei u t %  i-on. Recently married Mr. and Mrs. David C. Goodwin have left on %  rred wedding trip After David's bar exams in Tallahassee, they visited his mother. onial of rose elf roses Her young sister, Peggj Laureen Horwits, I rose petals ami wore white starched organd) over pink Both are cousins of the ttride All attendants wore white gloves MrRichard Fink took ch ng the col ( tht gut tbook A reception and supper dance followed the cere monj at the Empn •1 afa were ol pink and white tlo • Floral nwen i • bj tin kston. l \' • : %  were Mr Jerome Horwiti children The gr.Him is a graduate of Francis W Parker High Sehool in Chicago and Northwestern University where he majored in zoology, j He Iat present attending the Uni\er-ity of Miami law sehool and will graduate in February. He is a member of Phi Kpsilon Pi and president of Tau Kpsilon Rho legal | fraternity, as well as president of the Bar and C.avel Legal Society. \ Mrs. 1. ar* 1 pon completion of a wedding trip bj plane to Loa Angeles. Las|^jj ss \\\i|/ |kf and t hicago. newlvwed Mr 1. %  • u. and Mrs (Ireenspahn will reside at MV %  '•?! i! I Miss p weitz %  Mrs Walter 503 Santander ave. Coral Gables. Kalik, Fine Wed In Harden Rites home of Mr and Mrs. Murray 3155 Prairie ave. was th* of the 6 pm garden wedding of their daughter. Babe, to Rich BTd F Fine, son of Mrs. Sallv %  md the late Dr. Israel A. resident. on Sunday. July 31. Rabbi Kronish officiated. %  iven in marriage by hrr fath er. the bride wore a gown of white tulle and alencon laee with empire w.,isii.ne and ballerina-length akrl Her s,ik veil cascaded from a Juhet eap of white seed pearls, and I a bouquet ff[ orange blossoms and lilie>-of the valley. Martene Kalik, sister ajj the I honor She wore i light blue hnen and car %  bouquet of yellow shasta ids Betsy Sh(K-kIr.s ibilburn wore pale yellow and carried bouquets of hit. shasta daisies and tuber ter's w, sown she became 'he brute Ros.n Rabbi Mayer performed the 1 P* 1 in the Algierhotel The bride, who W Pennsylvania ave. Wettt, Brooklyn, NJ is the daughter of Mr Mr Rosen, also a is the >oo dice of the got* .skirt was worn ovtr which was lallerm pearls trimmed the unit* :.vwi lace headpiece veil She carried two on a white Bible Mrs Manuel Ziij tendant. M.-reaste'nylon tulle over UlMH ried a no' i Of*ar Wed* wt is the brides brouai Dinner at th? % %  eeremony Wrj. Kichari I. Hmt CooM broherinlaw of' IHSI man l\hers \f r s (il'lllUlw nn> and Howard Kalik. ".',',., .,; I1S K| brothers of tl.. bride I Mlll'lliHM*. > Vrs. I. Daniel Shor.ll, and Mr Shorell on R.vo Alto [aland for a week Sis.urh' moon the| ding Mrs Meyer OM Beach thi> e I l>ick met while atI ng the University of Miami, ami "" groom is now avsociated to her home m the (mn "Alex of Miami". Mrs < oh. ** ^ n Atlanta* i W.-ldorf for ten days Final stop, we understand from friend5Cth class reunion of Kent School in Connecticut, to be back in Miami Beach sometime ne %  "" ,0rK and at ,he abua d meet ngonTueV'" "'"" T* *'" makp !" home to : vf^ted fr.rn^ ^ £ of Patricia Ann. w,„ „ a %  ^ 16. "S 7^^^ "g £* *** N J ^ i nnecticut. Dave and Pat plan f gue 1101 s ^' 12th ave i, ha. n, t!^L' Wn gUesU Eluded Mr.,****, xt montth jbeen announced by Mrs Philip Jaul ,,anc ** • brtde'a Mrs Samuel "JJ RonHoll —._;. *" rs "llliP Sister anH U. t c ._ ...!.._ ; a_hotel. • %  Tl Bendell. president P ddernd Mr Ivan Strong, both of! the Tides hoieL New Wk. \C6ktn during bK



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iv AUGUST 12, 1955 >Jewtsttn*iimtM7 PAGE 5 ,etters to the Editor children had a deleterious effect upon the children in that they would not be socially adjusted unles they remained on the kibbutz for their entire lives, and would cause them to lose a sense of individualism The question that has been revived is—what should be the role of the Anglo-Jewish press? Should there be a greater discus sion of controversial problems af fecting Jewish life in ft merle II I wel! as Israel, and should there be a greater stress upon news items with, of course, a curtailment of personalia? I am aware of the necessity of newspapers having to operate on a profit and that what with the cost M. n This ideological "^"1' VC hcad h • etc K ,he n„ the first that lias m ** T .^J. m e **"• !" to he limited. Should an AngloJewish publication be concerned primarily with currents in J< life, adopting a purely objective and non-committal editorial policy? Should it leave to the individual members of the community to fend as best they can for obtaining divergent points of view? Should the Anglo-Jewish press conI article referred tol rn '/f" with the *? cn 5 ral welI Professor Nimkoff. fare of the community and operate as an adjunct of federations and The Jewish Floridian: recent items in the daily Iboth here and in other cities la-t few days, have revived btinn that has remained unr ,l for several years. item in this past Sunday's Daily News had the headfcisaster Threatens Israel's Ism The opening; parastates The kibbutz moveIsrael's experiment in agri|l socialism, has been swept Political conflict and threatfit h .i disaster." The article *oce< ds to discuss the ideololash that has split the kibtm Harod, one of the Isildesl and most publicized tents. [split is. of course, between Ian mil I I several kibbutzim in IsI has been waged since )(iil Some have involved led and the splitting of Iting father against parents against chiilt ian indication that kibhavc put party and poliabove the welfare of Mrs. Louis L. Perlman, of Chicago, president of the B'nai B'rith Women's Supreme Council, has been elected a trustee of National Jewish Hospital at Denver, the famed free, non-sectarian medical center for tuberculosis and chest diseases, which was opened by B'nai B'rith in 1899. Welfare Funds and shy away from organizational or ideological disputes? If a local paper is a reflection of a community which concerns itself only with Federation campaigns, Bonds for Israel drives, and other non-co.ntrover.sial campaigns, then it must be said that the community is apathetic or in ignorance of the various disputes and controversies that, from time to time, beset Jewish life here and abroad. Is it better to not stir placidity or should a paper give prominence, via news and editorials, to burning issues so as to awaken the community to publicly discuss and debate such issues? SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN |ni! sociologist of the Uni,,! Honda, who led a 15a recent visit to IsI : or Nimkoff felt that ibutz method of raising ii Seeks Clear ZOA Position [radio talk sponsored by the u Israel Bond scries. Rabbi [Al.ramouit/. newly elected it of the North Shore Ziktricl of the ZOA, Sunday ppon (he national executive lee to clarify basic issues Ing American Zionists. Dethe spread of unwarranted ft. the Rabbi asked for a it statement from the ZOA ip in order that unity be j Editor. The Jewish Floridian: I am writing you for the purpose of focusing the attention of your readers upon a misrepresentation of fact by the Mogen David Kosher Meat Market, which is detriment to the public interest. For the past three or four consecutive Mondays there ha-ip> pcared in the Miami Herald an advertisement by the Mogen David Kosher Meat Market in which my name. H. K;iininet/kv." Is listed I as Ma*hgiach (Supervisor). Since I have never given con sent to the DM < %  my name b> the Mogen David Kosher Meat Mar ket, nor have I ever been or am connected or associated with thill i n in in any wav, I would appreciate your printing my letter in I your paper M that the public may be advised that my mine la being | u.-ed solely to mislead and mi-:ep resent. \ I have aNo written t<> the Miami Herald explaining this situation tern n ,i(.:i.,i con and requesting them to refrain %  i iking | lace in henceforth from iubii>hiithiLabor Pay week-1 advertisement in winch my name f •'< tllj restore unity I appears. in that ZOA'l poll BENJAMIN H KAMINETZKY interpreted and **-1 Abramowitz scored a relumn in The Jewish Florrhich labeled the present in ZO \ as a struggle of > lie explained '"that •don of personalities honesl conflict ideI when resolved, will I" [then and expand I i that of the PI I Zl A v. ith I parti party in Ear* f Zionists. Some vetertend that ZOA pi"' I 1 -1 ome involved in inI> i 1 ol i he Sovereign ZOA. they main ntifj itself with Zi | i ither than with 1 political party. past, should e6n catalytic a in Ral LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jertey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — ail other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. UEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE exand forthrii htly. M konvitlt Lodge V Jan Bart %  it Header an1 conjunction with the 'I Lodge of B'nai soring a "Night in rring Jan Hart. Pui.-h singer and entertain%  ''."> evening at the Lakc"i Lake Osceola in 'nville pxpected that many Miamivacationing at LakeOsceola Inn. Horowitz, Duncraggan Inn will be wnce to join with the HenHie Lodge. Helping with mgements are Mayor and Aronovitz, of Miami. trs "f the local committee Mville are Morris Kaplan. P of the lodge, and Jack |n. Aqcdcii.! Israel Elects Herman David Hermon has bee,i elected nresident of Agudath Israel He brew Institute. Other officer* named at an election meetine this week are j Louis Scherkor. honorary life pi' ident; Hertz Weiss and Isaac S. Smith, honorary president; Murray Rose? berg, Nat Wolf son, enjamin S. Pearlman and Martin (Jruhtr. vicf president*. Abe Tuniek. treasurer, and Max Rlaser, recording %  eoteUUf GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6 5860 "*Ov >our roof repaneo now; you will sav on J. now root lator "Satiifxctory Work oy txperianced Men" Under New Modical Direction and New Management M B. P'Bkt Mng. Dir. HM HEALTH RESORT v, Tr cX i,''" r t o h Southeast Region Of ZOA to Move Headquarters Here Offices of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America will be moved from their permanent headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., to Miami Beach sometime next week. The Jewish Floridian learned late Wednesday. Spokesmen for the region indicated that Beach headquarters are scheduled to open in an office building on 14th st. and Washington ave. "The ZOA's decision to move its regional headquarters to Miami Beach is a tribute to South Florida's significance as a Jewish community on the American scene/' the spokesman said. It was revealea that the Jewi-h population of South Florida, alone. compares favorably in number with J the Jewish population of the entire i seven-state Southeast region. "In light of this fact,'' the spokesman said, "the move of our headquarters here was inevitable.'' Theater Group Meets Friday Night Front Row Center Theater Group will meet at the Fontainebleau hotel Friday evening. Isidor Coons, who came out of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., more than a quarter oi a century ago to direct the American Jewish community's largest philanthropic campaigns, recently observed his 35th anniversary in a fund raising career that has produced more than $500,000,000. One of his earliest assignments in the philanthropic field was to serve in 1920 as personal representative of the Hon. Herbert Hoover, then chairman of the European Relief Council, which sought to raise funds for the relief of child victims of World War I. Spinoza forum Sunday "Why Grow Old?" will be the I topic of discussion Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor For' um, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr. I Abraham Wolfson will open the i discussion and will be followed by brief talks by Dr. I. Kahn, Lillian ', Everts. Dr. N. S. Hanoka. Albert Newman and Mr. N. Rosenthal. i Harry Kershaw will preside. Masada Schedules Ball Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will present its annual "Bachelor Ball" on Sunday night, Aug. 14 in the Surf room of the Shore Club. According to Archie Goodwin, chairman of this affair, the show and major portion of the evening's activities will take place after the Miami Beach pop concert, "to give those attending the concert an opportunity to arrive on time." The local slugger drives a baseball through your picture window. Does your Insurance pay for the damage? *or Ih*