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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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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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fewiislh-IEIl/Diriidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 33
Miami, Florida, Friday. August 19, 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
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President Opens Consultation On Formation Of Cabinet
PARTY RAPS COIONIAIS
mean Nationalists Issue
\atement Assuring the Jews
Of Equal Rights Under Law
YORK (JTA)The Moroccan Office of Information and Docu-
e i--ued a statement to the press on behalf of the Istiqtal
y ceo saying that "there is no justification for the fear that
denl Morocco the Jews would suffer from discrimination
jr The statement, signed by Ahmed Balafrej, secretary
ill tin' [stiqlal Party, reads:
Hi attempt to discredit the national movement of Morocco,
French colonial circles have accus-
ed the Moslem population of anti-
Semitic sentiments towards the
Jews. As a matter of fact, no spe-
cifically Jewish problem exists in
Morocco, where Jewish and Mos-
lem communities have existed side
by side for centuries in mutual
tolerance, respect and understand-
ing. Both are victims of a colonial
regime which has ruled their coun-
try since 1912; both are struggling
and making sacrifices to bring
about their common national aspir-
ations.
"There is no justification for the
fear that in an independent Mona-
co the Jews would suffer from
discrimination in any form. Jewish
Moroccans will be citizens equal
both in law and in fact with Mos-
lems. They will enjoy the same
rights and will be under the same
obligations: their religious liberty
will remain untouched. The great-
est service that can be rendered
tfiem is to help them do away with
the colonial regime which has ex-
ploited and repressed them. Moroc-
co is their country, its lrccdom is
their freedom; who helps the Jew-
)P LiADERS
it AFL-CiO
(up leaves
ISee Israel
IORK (JTA) A joint
lion "i nine top
a: leaden left the U.S.
Vednesdaj for a ten-day
reel Their trip is span-
fine Vmerican Christian
1 nittee and by the
"niKt'cc for Labor Is-
i they will be guests
Israel's Pedera-
st
i!i<' second joint
I1 ition to visit Israel
labor movement.
I the party will in-
n activities, labor
it ions, and welfare
UN idrul Thty will
Vvi\ bj Moshe Bar-
> repre entative in
now in Israel
president of
Biernie, prei Ideal
lion Workers of.
i Israel in time
da> ceremonies
the Philip Murray
I .tin, on the
Philip Murray
I ition contributed
ill" construction
1 i nter, and Hista-
pp| shared In the cost of
"i with a similar amount.
inued on Page 10 A
Mapai Prepared for Broad
Coalition but Will Refuse
To Accept Herut and Reds
JERUSALEM Israel President Itzhak Ben Zvi began con-
sultations Wednesday with the representatives of various parties, look-
ing toward the formation of a new government to replace the Cabinet
of Premier Moshe Sharett which resigned Tuesday. The Sharett
Cabinet will remain as a caretaker government until a new coalition
is forged.
First to visit the President were members of the Mapai leadership,
who told him they were ready to
participate in the broadest possible
coalition, excluding only the Herut
and the Communists. They also
conditioned their readiness to lead
a coalition upon the principle of
collective responsibility namely
representatives of the Mizrachi and
Uapoel Hamizrachi called on Mr.
Ben Zvi and expressed their wil-
lingness to join a coalition includ-
ing all parties except the Commu-
nist. They wanted a sovernment
President Sen-Zvi
. opens consultations
EIGHT DEPUTIES ARE NAMED
alition must support in Parliament
whatever legislation the govern-
ment proposes.
After the Labor Party leaders.
that each member party of the co- winch would pledge that the Jew-
ish way of life" would be fostered
in Israel. Also they demanded that
there be freedom for relif
Jews to select the schools to which
their children went and the type
of settlement in which they would
reside, and that there be "freed.>m
of self-expression"' in the country.
They suggested that the repre-
sentatives of the largest party
(Mapai) be asked to form a | v
ernment.
The Progressive leadership i
ed on the President next and also
urged a broad coalition exclu
only the Communists. The Pi
dent was scheduled to meet late
Wednesday with the General Zion-
ist- and the Agudah parties, and
with the other party leader
Thursday.
Continued on Page 10 A
New Parliament Holds First Meet
As Sprinzak is Reeled ed Speaker;
Ben-Zvi Praises Confab at Geneva
JERUSALEM (JTA>The members of the third Israel Parliament
were sworn in Wednesday'by President Itzhak Ben Zvi while cheering,
crowds surrounded the building. Shortly afterwards. Joseph Sprin*ak
was rcelected Speaker of the Knesset. He was the only man nominated ?
and received a unanimous vote, with only the Communist deputies
abstaining. After the election of Mr. Sprinzak, Premier Moshe Sharett
informed the Knesset that his go*-
HOSTILE ATTITUDES REPLACED?
Moscow Organ Warns Against
Anti-Semitism as Lenin Cited
NEW YORK (JTA)For the first time in many years an official
, .i_ .. n .... r ik -- Pninn unnoamH with an ', government, Mr. Ben Gurion will
orsan of the Communist Party of the Soviet I nion apptarea wiin an
'. .-__:_.. _...: cuu. thc New York Times actually begin his negotiations with
ernment was resigning.
The House also named eight
Deputy Speakers, each represent-
ing a different major party. The
decision on the timing of the next
meeting was left to temporary
arrangements committee."
Since it is clear, however, that
the President will fir.st ask David
Ben Gurion, Mapai leader, to form
'noTfsr
to Consider
idy's Appeal
IGTON (JTA) The
|artment has set up a spe-
'f officers to hear the
i>ftene Landy. 21-year-old
luth, who was denied a
Ngn's commission on the
P1 Ins mother had once
pnmunist and because he
* to his mother." Mr.
honor student, was grad-
?ni the Merchant Marine
1 Kings Point, Long
r' of the Navy Charles
'!'" intervened in the
article sharply warning against anti-Semitism. ...^......----
reports. The report emphasizes that "explicit attacks on anti-Semitism \ J*nou/>
..,. .,-------- :_ w-------- *' President is still going through the
party leaders while the
have been absent from" internal propaganda themes" in Moscow for
quite a time. It then quotes an article which appeared in last month S
issue of "Party Life." organization-
al magazine of the Communist
Party of the USSR, as declaring:
"While fighting all forms of
bourgeois nationalism, the Commu-
nist Party turns the attention of
workers to the special harm of
anti-Semitism. V. I. Lenin, in his
speech 'On the Persecution of
Jews in Pogroms' exposed the
criminal policy of capitalists, de-
signed to inflame hatred toward
Jews in order to divert workers'
attention from their real enemy
from capital. 'Shame to accursed
Czarism, tormenting and perse-
cuting Jews,' Lenin said. 'Shame
to those who sow hatred to Jews.
who sow hatred to other nations.'
. The Communist Party has al-
ways carried on a relentless strug-
gle against anti-Semitism as a phe-
nomenon deeply hostile to the So-
viet structure."
Pointing to the anti Zionist ^nd
anti-Jewish campaigns which had
been conducted in Soviet Russia
public uproar over the
Jon, led by a protest
I H Lehman, said
^Jigating board would from 1949 to the arrest of Jewish
n'ly an opportunity to|ci< m 1953, the Times says:
anally and present his | "The practical impact of the pas
ease.
sage in Party Life apparently is
to order Soviet Communists to
combat anti-Semitism along with
similar feelings of hatred of other
minority groups in the Soviet Un-
ion. Similar discussions in earlier
Continued on Pago 2 A
formalities. Observers here be-
lieve that Mr. Ben Gurion faces
a difficult task in forming a new
coalitiona job which may take
him from four to six weeks.
The President arrived at the
Knesset promptly- at 4 p.m., ac-
Conrinued on Pago 2 A
Jose** Sprimtmk
. rocketed Speaker
AFTtRMATH OF BANDUNG CONFERENCE
Turkey Joins Asia-Africa Bloc at UN
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Turkey has joined
the Asian African bloc which the Arab League has
been building in the United Nations since the close
of the Bandung conference in Indonesia last April.
Word of the Turkish decision to adhere to the bloc
was passed to Asian and African delegations here
by Edward A. Kizk, Charge d'Affaires for Lebanon
and this month's chairman of the Asian-African
caucus here.
The Asian African bloc has held two meetings
this summer, both officially devoted to problems
ol colonialism and problems of racial discrimination
affecting their regions. The group has already pro-
three amendments to the agenda of the next
General Assembly, which convenes September 20,
backing nationalist movements in Morocco, Algeria
and West Iran.
However, it is common knowledge here that the
Arab League's principal interest in keeping the
Asian-African nations together as a single bloc con-
cerned the possibility of organizing all of the Asian
and African countries as a pressure group again-t
Israel. Turkey's adherence to the bloc was engi-
neered, however, not by any of the Arab delegations
but by Arthur S. La It current chief of the Indian
delegation. Some circles here saw the possibility
that Turkish adherence to the bloc might work in
favor of Israel since Turkey is at odds with Egypt
on most of the significant international policies af-
fecting the Middle East.


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Former!) onlj Christian and Mm
Icm !. adcrs in th s-mct Uwioa is
sued such group itatenmli
I i rn of thf Sovi.-t
Continued from Page 1
post-w ii- years have normal!)
ted anti-Semitism and, except
such incidi nts as th<
the Soviet press has until recently si;
tender ore the i
jews as J ws in the Soviel I nion.
With regard to the liquidation >lis|1
Jewish publications in the Jew
I the arrest and sent abi I
hem.
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Tune- nml- that
i \ i
ers, t!i'
- have appeared that the So
menl has I its
Meet to Complete
Israel Bond Plans
and p-'' 1,;
Miami temple
, ies will be guests ol Hen F
. chairman oi the boar
t Mian ; i i h, at a
ing Sept 6, which will com-
r the Hi Daj
appeals for State i I Israel Bonds.
TIh si '.. which will hi
ni ws from
I, i- scheduled for the Di I
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frith Youth To Hold 'Sploshoromo'
nth Youth Organization
ps(.t "Splashorama," a
arty, at Treasure Island
Cabana Club on Sunday
Uug. 21.
ihlins the evening will be
Ming of Miss and Mr
ontestants are members
chapters who have been
,1 to represent the group.
tie master of ceremonies,
will crown the queen. Head of the
committee for this affair is Larry
Parties, with Babs Vinocur and
Elaine Schwam.
Swim forty Sunday
Eleanor Roosevelt tnapter, B'nai
B*rith Women, will hold a swim
party Sunday evening, Aug. 21, at
the White House hotel.
Women's Group Plans Cord
Party for Consumptive Relief
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Consumptive Relief Society
is planning a card party Tuesday
evening. Aug. 30, at the Prom-
enade hotel.
Mrs. Sylvia Gulkis, 1345 Drexel
ave., is chairman of the party, and
Mrs. Ann '.fctz. 735 Michigan ave.,
is co-chairman. Mrs. Leatrice Kel-
'Presidents Ball' Sunday
Young Adult Group of Temple
Em an u El will hold a "Presidents'
Ball" Sunday evening, Aug. 21, at
the Nautilus hotel. Featured will
be Jay Lawrence. Awards will be
presented to past presidents Bob
Stone and Irv Scherr.
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher Volume 29
In a Ix-ttcr to the Editor in last week' NMI0 Q.
idian, Seymour I.ichman. a member of (he national 2!
Zionist Organization "f America, raises a number of i'**"
tll |H> excluaivt of one another. ,wui-
To begin with. Mr. Liebman make- reference to gd
Frirlav Auqust 19. 1955 iri ,,. Aug 7 ediUoa of the Miami Daily Newt which *
Number 33 w|(() )h(. klllbutz ,n i.srae|. He then mi (JJJJ
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Herot Divides and Conquers
The recent election in Israel still fails to
crystallize so that a more definite picture of the
Jewish State's political future may emerge.
The one sharp development there, which
was clear from the beginning but which like
ether aspects of the election has not yet been
fully explained, is the tremendous advance
made by the extreme right Herat party.
According to statistics. Herat is now the
second strongest party in the country, having
captured 87,561 ballots, or over 13 percent
of Israel's total vote. This means that the ex-
treme right has better than doubled its strength
in Israel.
Whereas Herat held eight seats in the last
Parliament, it now holds 16. Although the gap
between the Herut position and that of Mapai.
it
LoyTy^W-. 'P,es <"* Cen""S l0CQ :
throughout our city.
the very well-spring of his people.
We aim to show Miami's unafiiliated resi-
dents that they are divorcing themselves from
Cultural and Spiritual -deals 'hat are rightly
theus and. in do.na so. are negating the high
est meaning of Judaism in their lives the
achievement of m :ie Jewish com-
mun
We are certain that other local organizations
with 40 seats in Parliament, s* eat
must not be forgotten that Mapai lost consider- wll] jo.. II as the sPir,,u!J^aJJ"
able ground during tl lion.
Eld- i^en Gunon's observa
the Rabbinical ion, to achieve this
appear
no fear of
e leadership of
Isrc^. observers only an
S oi British MP's Her-
berl ''-' ett Janner are more
[ewish State. Both Mr.
Fanner have charged .'.
em assuring the Herut victory
in Is feel that American and British
pcli; a East, which increasingly iso-
lates the Jewish State and which shows in-
creasing favoritism toward the Arabs, ga<
d to the ex:: vhich to
sow end reap the seeds of Israeli malcontent-
What Herut campaigners did, according to
:i and Mr. Janner, was to :
in the Jev :te.
ed of c
increased Arab provocc-
Thus. .' Btrangel) ol
of modeiaticn foi
iicat.
.d conquer method
Ii Herut s increased
rve to advance I
be able to tl
in and Janner and say:
He re."

What Roie for Religion
Indications are that tne joint Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi bloc of 12 deputies in Israel's Par-
liament may be prepared to enter a coalition
government which Mcpai leaders have been
A Hope Proves Vain
Reports coming from North Africa indicate
that sh community there is in constant
danger. In Rabat, where a large Jewish popu-
lation thrives, Jewish stalls end shops have
been closed for weeks in fear of Moslem gangs.
We suppose the world had hoped vainly that
such conditions should never again show them-
selves after the destruction of the late Nazi
threat.
Now, a new leader is risen. He is Sheikh
Mohammed Djait, who expresses complete op-
position to permitting non-Moslems to take part
in the government or administration when
Morocco becomes autonomous.
This position, of course, stands in sharp op-
to that adopted by the Bey of Tunis
and the Neo-Destcur Party. Both have given
..t assurances that the Jews will enjoy
l in an independent Tunisia,
eikh somehow sorrowfully reminds us
o! Hitler's racist Nuremberg laws; we are. how-
at a particular loss to understand how his
i of religion barriers can prove ac-
to masses of people who have, them-
n victims of o; [ a for n
geneiai.ons.
One particularly sad n tlly dis-
heartening situation is the stat- sued by
the Morocco Istiqlal Party office of inform
in New York Wednesday the
French with accusing the Moslems of
Semitism in an effort "to discredit the
movement of Morocco."
Once again, an innocent Jewish commu
is being used as the butt for the political and
religious ambitions ol other peoples. As we
attempting to form. I Sa,ld' the hope has proved vain that such
Tu u a j j bates "or hould never aqain plaque
This hint was offered during the past week mankind. The d.sappointment comes so soon
by Moshe Shapiro. Israel Minister of Religion after the Great Wafto enTmanny
ana leader in the Labor Mizrachi movement.
Particularly striking, was Mr. Shapiro's em-
phasis on the fact that Israel can not become
a secular state. "It is impossible to separate
the state from religion," he said, "and although
it is impossible to interfere in the private lives
of citizens, the public and state life must be
religious."
This position cer'ainly rings strangely in the
ears of American Jewry, which has, for many
generations, solidly aligned itself with those
forces fighting against the incursion of religion
into state matters.
The American Jewish community has for a
long time been aware of the conflicting views
on the part of Israel's leaders in this regard, and
Mr. Shapiro's observation may well serve to
bring to the fore in the near future the question
of religion and what role it should play in a
Jewish state.
Daily Netl story which quotes Prof NirnUif. o( ,bJ*
Florida faculty
Mr I.ichman paraphrases Prof Nimkoffa feeling tfc*
kibbuU method of raising children had deleteriouiiS
children in that they would not be socially adjusted wiles!*
ed OB the kibbutz. ."
\s ;i final Issue, the ZOA executive poses this M
should be the role of the Anglo-Jewish press? Should there '
discussion of controversial problems affecting Jewish |
as well as (mi Israel" **\
I he tOBC ol Mr. Liebman's letter is conciliatory; h ii.
rather than indictingseeking to identify with errant I
publishers, whose failings are the result of particular _
rather than of ignorance. He is aware, he indicates,of tfctl
need lo operate on a profit basis and that the number of p3
week's Issue must necessarily be limited because of th/|!
newsprint and overhead.

RHA1I0NSHIPS ABSENT IN HIS CATEGORY
Now. pardon me. but as I understan.l it the purpose (
: to question the effectiveness of the English leW[ pr(,
lowing the lead <>f the Miami Daily News, which he u*j
ampli for (ailing to enter into greater di* isska oT3
problems affecting .it-wish Ufa here and
Reduced to workable categories, I find it difficult to*
relationship aflsoag them. I should i
question pertaining to hinh cost of publication, -mce it ^_
may be M I aside simply This is not a problem .cliHwt.y
di press, :is Mr Liebman implies, and i> therefore ai{
,i what be believes t> be the shorti f the Ea
Nor i- the profit metres the i nanaTi
Jewish pi- h hut of our society general!) I*h< tactont
; ol journalism sa they exist m seerj facci
cial and industrial endeavor.
I or Mr Liebman. therefore, to Indicate thai monetaryL
force the English-Jsmriah press to curtail its news coverag J
.-1 m......ii> ambitions and totally erroneou- impniiiaa <
simultaneously, fails to explain the axistei aeasnl
be holds up to us as a model
When he discusses with enthusiasm the two new* SJ
7 edition ol the Miami Daily New- Mr Liebman
tu watei A national officer ol ihe Zionist(
ol America Mr Uebman has. himself and on more that
n ardent opponent of the manner in which the gfl
treats Israel and the Near Last cene.
Join A Congregation
As the High Holy Day season approaches,
The Jewish Floridian joins the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami in an all-out effort to
urge local residents to become affiliated with
a spiritual center of their choosing.
We believe this to be a particularly pertinent
BOTH NWS STOWS ARE SLANUD
In particular, in October. 1953. he called together a1
,1 radio television and newspaper representatiSSl
following the Kibya incident in order to m on
y prevalently inaccurate report Vort"
ions to his seminar and hi- proffi iligatBM
totall; aeaoJtlm English Jew ishpreejjj
htenment, was principal i f*sT
a- media with bigotrj and l< nal.Pj**
Mr Liebman now to hold up two i> I msuaw
verage is to flj in th. I hate*
When hi deplores tin OOalism and hi..- l
to Israel, we heartily agree with him. Ml
ihat such isolated knstai I Vu* If
Miami Dail) Ni> art virtually anotbei i the-
he deplores, I must call him in at
iperf .I < laminstioo will provi '' "JJ
which Mr Liebman refen are fnndamenfally "u*1'**
first I Disaster Threatens I reel & ism.
li falsel) hiKhlmhts the unsettled politico-soewaa
lewj loda) and lends what its writer U-lmti
infoi in.itioii that chao re i thei J
s., imdly, it emphasises the exisU i '"
out explaining wbat Israeli Socialism is ai j
IHOI of the term- upon the j^orS
mumsm In tin* reward, the deduction ol the i
:i ;i|i,i-!ir is'fhe accepted mode ol sOdW
*
QUISJION SUMS 10 BE UWWfCfSSAM
s.. Ear h the Proi rfbnfcofl statement
ion of chaos and upheaval is created
Incidentally.*
new* rii pertaininj to larael in the local prai
tmm m m mou
w hie* i
i i< |i ii.iuiiiiK iMrmci ....... n aft
i otherwise Where it is eharged thai l'llll(lr*".^
cial maladjuatnasnt, the general pnbifc caa men;.
ibout Israeli life iman*1
renon brought forth b; ', rwoss
ited ol a broad diacussiea ol controverwsiev^
.! wish existence here and abroad "" ':na,;r|d,Kli
lb at latlve propagandistie end- ol 1^
ucb stun,- s,r\e aj Cndwa*J
i who i discern their true :,,,,'n,.i'ulinrfiiM
from tune to tune causes him t" SSI
'"w note Israel ,hi-r,.
When Mr Lieba a>out the rob 11 "" ^
I i i d be a greater discusMon F()
h life in America, as well Ifl '' '. '"fms tt
can i ie. only one way. Indeed, it ^
query, for to reply in any fashion "". -^
bvious purpose of the Kngli-h.'-''" lt,rti
the Ei lish Jewish press aims t" "ld"^a|
prehensivel) as poasible 00 Jewish problem*. ^ ^j
-iis locally nationally and 0V< 0( i
Ittal that it docs a more i 1^1
be found lassibere ahhou
belli i> no room for imp
[ S0CRA1K QUtSTIOHNAIRt fAliS JO OBSC0 \
( But the intention of Mr. Lurbman's fc sn ild appear on its bee His personal comnvr r^m
u u>|m a, on us iacc. i personal
Editoi ol Ihe Jewish Floridian prove- thil Pin
Continued '
9A


,ust 19. 1955
*Jewlst)thwrkpinV
PAGE 5 A
iiss America
Flagler Women
bra O'Bannion passed
on "Diet, Exercise and
ning" at a meeting of
j\ Croup of the Flagler-
fcwi>h Community Cen-
Ly. Miss O'Bannion is
I \mcrica.
Lp also planned a
fcr Tuesday. Aug. 23. at
laurant in Coral Gables.
To Attend Convention
Ross Sandier. Hillel AZA. will
attend the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization's national convention at
Camp B'nai B'rith. Starlight. Pa
BOH is Florida region newspaper
editor and athletic chairman and
District 5's third highest officer.
He will be one of nine AZA hoys
to represent District 5 at the con-
vention.
Giffen Industries Plan Employes Picnic Here
Gilto In32E2d,1 prc*iden,t ', continue on through the early eve-
hl,! !%. Z- Coral Ga' nin*- Raymond said.
MM, announced Wednesday that
plans have been completed for the
annual stockholders and employes
Picnic to be held Sept. 3 at both
| Crandon Park and Virginia Beach.
It is expected that over 1,000
men. women and children will at
tend the affair, which is scheduled
Games, sporting events and
swimming will be the order of the
day. Highlight will be the hand-
ing out of certificates by the presi
dent to those employes who have
breonio eligible for membership
in the five. ten. 15. 20 or 25 year
to start promptly at 1 p.m. and clubs,of the Giffen organization
Membership Meeting
Flamingo chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold its first member-
ship affair for the year Wednesday
evening. Aug. 24, at the home of
Mrs. Clarence Burkley, 296 East
3rd ave.. Hialeah. In charge of in-
formation are Mrs. Martin For-
tran, hostess for the evening, and
Mrs. Jack Kirschbaum. president of
the chapter.
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;i-l,CC MCI
lin Exchanges Vows
baf n j A
______ .MissSni-lAyMc -j -Kilos He
_ With Bernai S > _' ., TlM. Bronni.
v Sara-Lee M .iM. ,.. .,rdm.na. of
with Bern JJ ntx
man in 6 pn ,;IV,.n .n marriage by he
Here
parent*
Kansas
'"' m 6,Ph J GIWU m marriage
evening al tm x lkov lhl ,iril|(. chose a w*
L bi MxSh.p.roa ,,, ^ ^ ,
While hU Miami Beach Fe^ran
^r^^^^s^t^Vm^ ^......- d n Ed Herb,
-inI,al> r,h'":';T!- *!!!.. ur .mm >.* tb. .....m
long .
to ma...
Where in Italy with hi- lovely Polly
iot igraphs around town and
I. in a horse-drawn coach on on<
,. daughter ol Hr
1813 South
i III *l iK'in ""..... -......
n Salsmag^iore, Parma. With I1
mail snow Ihc I
bei
Ik ir ti. Le*
>l the
Mr. and Mrs.


'"I
Elizabeth, Charles and Dougl...
! !. (it I At S
- G. Stratton. .
Ethel informs us that Margaret Merth
ecil st to sec the n. *e
[her Jenie Altman.
offers ii M' and M'4
DeOuti i
it with I raphi r*> ey< wi
havi
rive I
n marriage by her father, j
white silk taffeta '
leeves, button-
shoulder neck-
line delicately outlined by import-
ed alencon lace, which was the
name as her shepherd's apron lace
embroidered with mob1 pearls
,. remoti). her cathed-
train w i- caught "P
ra
into an
bustle Her
mel) bouffant
pearl studded crown
,.f pure silk illu-
. bouquet
1 of white
"
Arthui
! Estella
lUghtel Helene.
Mr and Mrs. Rudy Rost Mi" Jv,Vn
Evelyn,
-
George Wolpert
Gussie, H thoul I

Mrs Jock Slo'.lbtig
' : George write* u* Ml yi -.:-'
Author Wolperts effort accounts for their \| ii 111 I s( 11) SI < >l 11 H' l'L!
in Enoijnd France Italv Gr#ec# Caori Turkey and Israel. .
ii Reside <>n Beach
travels in England France Italy Greece, Capri, Turkey and Israel.
achii the
all these well as
they met. Achii ports

Bernard Frank i vacationing t .i
Bernia
Jennie Grossinger.
Ben Cohen Joan.
I .
1 Marilynda.
s y ol
Maurie* and Ethel Grossman
''
Cuet Pui
DeGuttis
Maurice
with I
sion
,., led
nd 111 > o. tin
honor v r*in-
Mrs J S. M<
waits length t bJl
nd long win'-'
I pink s.itin and pearl
yell and pink satin
Bri were Mrs Myles
Mrs Jon Marumarud, Mis*
l Miss Anne Kaplan,
lired in the identical enaoan-
itroa of honor.
I ihers Included Albert Simmons
and Joseph Merlin, uncles of the
bride, and Jon Marumsrud. The
bj I 'tor no-
rice Mamch<
Newlywed Mrs Hordman. a na
Miamian, graduated from Mi
High School and attended
. [.- i allege m Columbia, Ho.
will graduate from the Ini-
ol Miami m January.
Mr Hordman was born in Kan-
sas i Itj and graduated from Went
worth Militar) Academy He at
tended the I'nivcrsity of HlaaouH
and i- currently a student at thej
t of M where he will graduate in
June His fraternity is Zcta Beta
Tau
\ dinner and reception followed
in the Mgien Following a wed-
ding trip to Tower I>le in Ja-
i the couple will be at home
in i oral Cablet after Sept. 25.
I
*:
Mn. Ccrncri S.
^
In Jack
emonies
Aug 18 at the Empress hotel Rah Writc'l'-PhotOi/l's
in Mayei v .t N
Shore J< a isl ol
the dau I Mr
I ".28
vi v Beach The
parent Harrj
(I
in.
Ton of hoi \h'n
i rg Sol i

with Stan < 1 evil

; a hom
to N i ii
iple will 194"
Ir., Not I le
Sue Bob to l
Feature Published
Writer photographer Marion Ru-
binstein hai d mc it again. This
time it I photo story in the Au-
L'n-t Issue of Farm .lournay. a kiss-
tusin of the Satunlay Evening
:
Marion who works from her se-
1 CabfeM home, calls
her fi M\ Dial and How it
Undid M
Misa Rt i publishers say
thai she "scrutiniaaa all of the
- in tthuh women indulge
the) diet and pokes gentle
I the wa> in which they aim
eel thai old waistline chal-
tana \ e. N.t
Ted Kaufmans,
I during a farewell phone con
chooi.
^ > > > > '
; This time it Steve Morris, who
! ca.rtot,h! 'k,"- Coa Wh. i. ,, ;., Roth
and Beverly Casset m San Joa
Mis parent-, the Alfred A. Morrises, inform U thai Dr. and Mrs
irvir.g Cassei are giving the children lovelj I
T'' ^"V" V w"hl" iys From
his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Max Morris.
- ,J>lTfrt? JoT If ''" '* > i" Bethlehem N
lovelj Barbara. Fred, Wh..... humor,...
rt aujghter to our eyes, wntes us that th M, and
Mrs George Collier :' their Chula Vista Estate ""and
I" red! an.! tored to the mou
heir children. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Jo.
ect to be back at their North Shore dr. horn, "'
Still starry-eyed over then- trip to Israi] re the Sam...i c.
torthreemo, e JreeTed 0
etr return by their daughter and mm^. S SXlSJ!^Sm
i Shirley and Barney, ol course, to gay hello to Enndn
P were aeven-yeawld Bern, and pert liui. Ann.,jS f,
Miriam and Milton Sirkin are taking it easi -.t T-.mim, b
Mjnam wUl have a rigorous schedule to return to ,,',', ", r
pom a, pres.dent of the Greater Miami Jewish fJonununity^Center
Return l'roin
Kxtended VacatioB
I Mis Sinaon April, of
1880 SW 11th st. h.ivo returned
fr-.m ;,i. itei l< I vacation in NOV
Vork and Gootfki
While in New York, they hid
farewell to their son. who left in
Julj for rear*a stay in Israeli
Mended the RCA con-
lion in FalFhurgh.
In Georgia, they visited with
children, Mr and Mrs. Her-
Blumenthal, of Atlanta
Miamians N'isil
North (aarolina
Mrs. 8hh i.
Miss Kpsteind
Alvin IJnyclR
Tami Ii Betl
was th '."' Jjn
>odl
flower i i'*aa)lj
Rabbi Muaii il - p in cei :nneMi
tl(l!. ,'1 i-*!
the wed I
The I ride i- tkei
and Mrs Joseph Eps"*!
tor Mr Bt in th"f
and Mi v irew B
41st
Mi EpsteuM
honor and HiM **l
maid of honor M^
and Lynn hat/Here*
Allan Brown ai
ln>st man i slwneOfi
cr. hridegnwmcoatav,
ard. Alfred and BW"!
brother, ol the bride J
The'....: !,n-33
eraduate '' ''""^J
Mr Bro \*f\
is a student at the'*
jhe couple
New York on th'"!r
ati-.s RJeeaw Morfl|ffi
(aouplc Met al
Oneji Shahbat
1 iti r Mi i isitmg Dun-
Hi i I- i-.nville. N'.C .
mer vacations include
R Roberta, Mr
and Mrs Max Hoffman Mrs M
I Mrs Joaaj* A Ber-
and daugh uroJ and
Mr an.l Mrs Henry
trip through Europe and Israel
Walds \acatC
In Minnii HtitfJ
Irooklyn S^JJL
i
am. 1 Ito*""!
mer in H-nds ,
Mrs V,
of theM./rachiajaj
lion of A":'-"rt;lM
am. lieach <^ff*Sk
tel la>t Saturdaj><^m
Mr Wald i- "^Jf
tional exrcM*rtf
past chairman "'^aj
Youth Fomroi*!*^]
Organizat'"" ^^doj
Ivnand.s.nrl",f,,
ia World Jewflr


1955
's!g%Mg!L
PAGE 7 A
Ihiitafi
i
$ 1
^H^^^^^BBA ** -v* jl f^E"
mor Roosevelt receives two members nf Pioneer
r home. Mrs. Samuel Fine, national secretary
Sidney Leff, second vice president, present Mrs.
t with an album of photographs as a memento of her
s;t to "Ayanot," one of Pioneer Women's agricultural
jnd youth villages in Israel. The school la maintained
forking Women's Council, largest women's organiza-
rcel.
!itid Appears
Triumphal March and Hymn from
"Aida," by Verdi; Engh-h Folk
New Hadassah
Quarters Opened
In New York Ctty
new york The Hodman
bldg.. a modern five-story, air con-
ditioned building just completed at
Q5 East 52nd st, was this week
consecrated by Rabbi David de
Sola Pool, of Temple Shearith Is-
rael, prior to the formal opening of
the new national headquarter! of
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
A modern silver mozzuzah a
gift from Israel was consecrated
;md affixed to the opening poi
of the building in traditional re-
licic.us ceremonies Leaden of Ha-
dassah from ;iii sections of the
country, headed bj Mrs. Rel
Shulman, of Stamford. Conn., na-
tional president, attendc I the col-
orful ritoa
Following the religious cere
monies, the national board of Ha-
dassah whose 300.000 members
maintain a comprehensive medical,
pUblk health, youth care and voca-
tional education program in I-i iel,
Michael Silvcrman
To be Bar Mitzvah
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Silverman, 760 SW 21st
rd., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Aug. 20, at Miami He-
brew School. He is treasurer of
He will conduct services and ad-
dress the congregation. Rabbi Sim-
on April will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenan-
doah Junior high school and the
j religious school of the Miami He-
brew school. He is treasurer of
the Junior Congregation.
A reception will follow services.
Mr. and Mrs. Silverman will have
open house at home on Sunday in
honor of Michael.
Out-of-town guest will be Mrs.
IR. Berkowitz, of Brooklyn.
mi
Pop Concert
songs, Ralph Vaughn Williams; I held its first meeting in the new
Frolic. Mana Zucca; Sabre Dance
from "Gayne," by Aram Khatcha-
turian: selections from "Okla
homa'" by Rodgcr>. an I the 1812
Hadassah bldg.
Hadassah had formerly been lo-
cated ; Overture Solonellc. Tschaikowsky. | building, among others, was torn
Jeeri the 1 \^^mi *>** J debut with down to make room for the New
s\i!l be held Sun- the New York I'hilaharmonic Sym- ,, ,,.,,., ,
21 at the Mi- phony Orchestra and in recital at York tl,y <'>llspurr' folumbus
urn Town Hall. She became first worn-1 Circle Eighteen months ago. Ha-
dassah purchased five brownstone \
I. ..IKt.-ll
David Morris Horowitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Horo-
witz, 6261 SW 16th tar., will
become Bar Mitzvah at West
Miami Jewish Center on Sat-
urday morning, Aug. 20.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate. David has been a
student of the religious school
for the past three years and
is in the eighth grade at West
Miami Junior High School.
Box Supper Sunday
Sisterhood of Tifercth Israel
Northside (inter will sponsor a
boa rapper on Aug. 21. Mrs, Wil-
liam Altman is chairman. Mrs.
Silas Lakin will be co-chairman.
CANTOR WANTED
for BCTH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION,
139 N.W. 3rd Awe. Call Maskin,
82-1381, for appointment.

work to be performed
fcrto t r V.'i'in and Or-
22,
Inilur- v ill include the
American vio-'an concert-master of the Ballet
with the Univer- Ruaaa de Monte Carlo and in 1944
Symphony. b,c.,m, solo violinist at New York s ,>ark
returns to the music Radio Station WQXR.
ence of two |. While at WQXR. Miss Field
I wrote, produced and played more
, than 200 broadcasts which carried
the title "Notes and Quotes." She
, has appeared at the White House
j Henri Wieniaw- in recital and numbers six per-
formances with the New York Phil- .
harmonic Symphony Orchestra un-1ln P'annin- the new headquarters,
der the batons of Sir John Bar-j Emery Roth and Sons were the
birolli. Efrem Kurtz, William I architects, and Gotham Construe-
buildings between Madison and
quarters. The new building covers
30,000 square feet.
David Rose, prominent New
York builder, and James Felt,
noted real estate authority, were
volunteer consultants to Hadassah
#fr**
liss loon field
Steinberg. Alexander Smallens and
others.
Miss Field has also appeared;
with the orchestras of Detroit, St.
Louis, Los Angeles. San Francisco j
1 and many others throughout this
1 (Minti > Her first performances in- j
elude the Berezowsky Violin Con-
certo with the CBS Symphony, the
Sonatas by Prokofieff, Copeland
1 and Ives, the latter work perform-
ed in Town Hall and since record-
ed by Miss Field for Lyrichord.
In 1950. Miss Field won the
Kauffman Memorial Award Recital
in New York City, an award given
: to just one artist each year. Among
her recent appearances are at the
New York Lewisohn Stadium on
j July 20 and on Aug. 9 with the
' Chautauqua Symphony.
tion Corp., the builder.
it THOMAS O. IUK.IKN
Oiltopitiic Physician
958 N.E. 79th ST1EET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OffKtS
FOR TNE PRACTICE OF
WEIGHT REDUCTION AND GiANDULAR PR081EMS
Rabbi Pool
>H0N
1136
Office Hours by Appointment:
MON., THURS. 1 to 7
TUES., WED., FRI. 10 to 4

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y the
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SUMMER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER, Conductor
JOAN FIELD
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Noted Organization Worker
Dies in Hurricane Connie
SEW YORK (.ITA)-Jewish wel-
fare and cultural organic
irned Wednesday the death ol
- II Sobel and hi> wife, Minna.
perished in the disaster in
sapeake Bay when hum
nie wrecked the pleasure
;,,i Loin J. Marvel on whuh
were spending their vac
,- Sobel, who was M, was one
he most prominent Jewish so-
workers in the United States
, .. executive director ol the
ish Child Care Association o!
York since 1947. Earlier, he
tne ,., .t ol secretary ol the
t Distribution Committee for
years n< '" lhe
YM-YWHA men! and in Jew-
; >e leration work. During 1947-
e wa! president of the Nation-
..,.,.., lewish Communal
.. ^ the central bod) ol Jewish
,1 workers in this country,
ng 1848 4't he was vi
ol th International Confer
i i Jewish S i ial Work.
rs Minna Sobel was active in
.. sah and in
ial activties Tm -
an I Mr
el on a H missi
. w lh(
Mr
- el was ..
Youth R<
-i He v..
he I
the v i
MRS GOLD.E MIKOLITSKV
.... WRS1 Mori,

Newl> formed North Hade chap- party to be held ln xlt
., t \\ omens American ORT met ture. The Tuesdly ^**P
ruesda> evening at the home of | the form of a memhlj?f
MRS. SARAH LEI
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KNOWN AS
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-Jewish flcrAfJar?
PAGE 9 A
fisendrath to be
imple Israel's
Day Services
lauricc N Eiscndrath. presi-
thc Union of American
Congregations, will share
?,, Israel's High Holy Day
this year, according to an
lenient Wednesday.
bendrath, leader of Reform
in America, with head-
in New York City, will
Ii.nni (o participate with
ph K. Narot in the services
he month of September.
sent building program in
(temple land is now en-
nll make available two
mi. Dr. Narot and Dr.
B'h will officiate and
[ii both sanctuaries on New
),<\ and on the Day of
tat.
tofessional choirs, led by
(cob liornstein of the Tcm-
Cantor Paul Beck will
[the musical background.
rGranada Schedules
rship Drive
nada Jewish Commu-
|t ill (.pen its membcr-
with an annual party
\ evenini Sept II.
' > liujf planned i
}i da'a membership
chaired by Mrs. Harold
lii assisted b) Mi's. Harold
Mr- Michael Shaw. Mrs
Mr. Norman I'allot and
Wexelbaum.
UiittlesoR is arranging for
I
sch in Reading
iw 'nter Theater Group
Hirsch will give a read-
Sam Hirsch School of
pietree dr and West 47th
ning.
THE WEEK... IS I SEE
Continued from pJg. 44
ihe general welf.re t AnKlo;Jewish P^ss concern itself with
itself S ^t.'.SJSS. B^^S^^-rXr
-t saws ttraetrjrassa ss 5
major Jewish .ssues. Secondly. Mr. Liebroans impficat on Srt tS
KVdgeraHonW' E2 !TfJ "0thin m0re ad Unet of
Federations is offensive in the extreme; his Socratic questionnaire- fa
to obscure h,s charge, which has no foundation. If Mr L?ebman ob-
he fUs FiK C,,V7^e 8;V6n Federa,ions and Welfare Funds, then
fcJZS h h C? f t"1iBrt: is the Federation and not indenti-
fication with ideological dispute which supports the State of Israel
PHILOSOPHY HPT TO OTNffffS
. S% th. Z'0n'!:1 dream fouRht over a Pen0*" of many decades for
its fulfillment in the emergence of a Jewish republic, the Engli^h-
Jewish press stood behind that dream as a bastion of journalistic inter
pretation and crusading enlightenment. Now that the State is estab-
lished, the English.Jewish press engages in a constant campaign to
muster financial and moral support for it. Philosophical haggling may
be left now where rt apparently belongsto the ZOA.
Finally, Mr I.iebman's ultimate complaint is embarrassingly clear
in its inter' He would have every Englbh-JewUh newspaper become
an ideological mouthpiece for some facet of internal Israeli politic-.
Failing that, they become what he calls ignorant" or "apathetic."
V\hen he mentions the role of the English-Jewish newspaper in inter-
jlip aervica to decoy device whose purpose \g to disguise that intent.
Upaaivtaa ft a decoya device whose purpose la to disguise that intent.
The Jewish Floridian has. and will continue, to exprOH Itself]
editorially on international issues when the occasion warrants it But
it will not ignore its responsibility to the national and the local com-'
munities in "non-controversial" mattersas he would seem to have, j
Nor will it look upon the daily press as a symbol of excellence to emu-j
late in the field of Jewish reporting. If Mr. Liebman will look through
its past editorial pages, he will find that hardly a week has gone by'
in which this English-Jewish publication, at least, has failed to express
its opinion on some major issue in current dispute.
If he disagrees, then I suspect that what he wants in the way of
editorial indentification is his particular kind of indentification. Under
such circumstances, I am afraid he will never be satisfied.
for Youth Aliyah
I Group of Hndas-
lursda; I the Sagamore
SisselrJNB was
ot t hi 1 ard game affair
h 1 Youth Aliyah
is of Israel
Fund Raising Event
First fund raising of the year for
.Miami Beach chapter. B nai B'rith
Women, will be a weiner roast,
swim dance and card party at the
Boa Gull hotel Monday evening.
Aug. 22. Minnette Duckman and
Jean Su.ut/ are in charge of infor-
mation.
High Holy Day Tickets
Tickets for the High Holy Dflya
will ik' available at Tifereth Israel
Northsidc Center starting Sunday.
Aug. 14. according to an announce-
ment this week Nate Rosenberg
and Leon Goldberg are in charge
of sales.
I' Auxiliary.
Will hold a
rdaj 1 ening, Aug. 20.
' pool. Mi
and Mrs, Harry Schuld-
> chairmen.
tag
[II.up,, Marx's young son
dad what happens to
Who never tell the
rpo answered: "They
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PAGE 10 A
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Frid
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Moroccan Istiqlal
Assures Jewry
Continued from Page 1 A
ish Moroccans helps Moroccan in-
dependence," the statement con-,
eludes.
Simultaneously, (he Moroccan
Office of Information and Docu
mentation issued another state
ment reviewing the rights o the
Jews in Morocco. The statement.
issued under the title "Background
on the Situation ot Jewish Moroc-
rc.nl-:
The Jews, who found refuge in
from Spanish i>< rsec
JM th nth century, have
er lived in inequality. Thej I
always had complete fredom
ship an.l independence within
communities
,. police, synagof
rochial education and the
li itii n ol public bi
Nev( r have restr ct
been placed upon them 1
lo i their pr< I
to : gage in commerce both
home and abroad
sured thi m; at a time when a
itism was widespread all over
theirs v. ivileged
i on. Moreover, they were un-
der the -!"i ial proti oi the
g h even I ains
the
ttain It ;- rthy that
peans wh i have wanti
travel fn 11> and with i ase in
Morocco have disguised ihi i
.. lews to pass protected an I
ed "
Joint AFL-CIO
Group Leaves
To See Israel
Rabb, Leon Kron;sh left epiritual leader of Temple Btfh
Sholom. discusses with D. "^STSTrTS
chairman, the des.gn for the new sanct, -ch .s he
"nr^s nf beina completed i hip dating the
process of being completed i
coming High Holy Days.
Vliami Youngsters Youth Group
At Blue Star
Holds
Mom
[hi fol-
lowing
SI e Marks Madi line Palaj
auline Sayman, Marilyn Bauman
Third Summer Canteen
tl <, -I, Btion
don with thr i Bt<
immunity tenter
let n i t the Rim-
n Tuesd ing.
msors were Menorah chapter
rlillel AZA Theme
for the evening wai "The Western
3eth David Nursery:
To Initiate State
Licensed Program
Beth David Congregation ii Carolyn Weinkle. fcllen Bolkei Nursery School Chairmen
taking the lead once again, thi- I)(,lla Bernstein, Arthur Lazanif
time in the nurser} department Bh chaikin. Frances Lazarus Meet at Beach Branch
level.' Charles Cropper, chairmaniRober, F|s,,ur SyW ,,,. Gu.
Barbai irg, Charlotte Glyck Roundup."
Bill Pintzow
Linda ft'einkle, Barbara Boiki r
Jimmj Madalin. Kennj Rosen. Ann
Margulia Michelle Pivar, J< in
Hern-tem Enie Bolker, X:
Rosen Steve < haikin, Bruce Hech
lindu Dressier, Burin Grosstni
Dance committee wai compoeed
: Linda K Brown, Gloria Komi;
Bobbii Rappaport, Flora Lefko-
11 e Schwartz, Bernie Wolf
son Larrv I'arncs ami Max Miles.
Cutole and Sidnev Lewis
Dunes Readies for
December Ooening
of the board of educati unc
id thi- week
"We intend to initiate the lir-t
nurw rj
and kindergarten program, which
will be liccn>cd under the Florida
Si iti '' elfan Boat
the
quin men! rid pro I lh< nc
less i childn been el
led 'or the latti r part ol D
th Davids nursery sch
I Let un lei '.....' '"'
whi n scho I opei
Bead test luxurj resort i
man e. and 170th -t
supervise the pro i chil v I I lei <
dren will rec nefit
of their rich An
Initial meeting of the county
nurser) school committee ol 'he
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center took place on Tuesday at
the Town Branch
chairmen ol the GMJt I nuraerj
i parent groupi .. d their
committees met to discuss impor-
tant polii : [ecting the opera
tion ol the three schools tor the
coming school y ar
Chairmen are Mi S Jomon
Kam f thi B< I i h kin
Hai i.- n Pii kat ol the
rid Mi PI .
Continued from Pae 1 A
Reuther and Biemie will be ac-
companied by fudge Simon Sobel
<>ff. I S Solicitor deneral and Gov-
ernor Theodore R. McKcldin of
Maryland, who have been invited
bj CIO to make the trip and wit
Den ihe eeremoi,
rhi five AFL delegates win left
are: Anthony Ballerini. business
:-,.,, I 18t7, Inter
,;il(i. kM of Machinists;
n, gentnJ vice presi-
dent. International Associatioa ol
Machini 11 Georgt Calender,
president Colorado Cede ration i iboi Harold J. Gibbons, atere-
tary-treasurer, l^x-al 688. Intorna
tional Brotherhood of Teamster*.
St Louis, Missouri, and K. EL Wil-
liams, pn I ma State
Panel Discussion Due
At Lodge Luncheon
A panel discussion on the State
,d Israel Bond* Development Issue
will highlight the weekly luncheon
meeting Ol the Miami Beach Lodge
of B'nai B'nth Tuesday. The pro-
gram i- scheduled for noon in the
Florentine room of the I)i I.ido ho-
tel
Participant! in the panel will bo
William Bernstein, Guardian of
Israel; Sidney (ilazier. city man-
ager for Israel Bonds in Greater
Miami, and Gerald Schwartz, as-
sistant city manager
Bornstein is ;i former chairman
of the High Holy Day appeal for
Israel Bonds in Washington. DC.
All are members of the Beach
Lodge.
Gerabon Miller, chairman of the
B'nai B'rith luncheon meetings,
and Michael Sossin. president, said '
that members and non-members
are invited to the Tuesday meet-
ing.
"at,onofu
d'^ates are: iHZ.1
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Atomic Workers; w
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Council; JamesHWi
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Greater Miami committee, report-
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*Jewlst fhrkilan
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.EGAL NOTICE
UNDEI-. H-ICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS in i:i:i:v niVBN thai
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IRCUIT COURT OF THE
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Tv. No. 182389
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I'i'i.'i. i.l Mil W lM
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Ii I.KATMKK.MAN,
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II RICB, II!
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I \l.l VNOFF
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JlRCUIT COURT OF THE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKKY (JIVEN th
the undi ralxm tl, 'I
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Ni.l'li'i: is HEREBY f'.IVEN thai
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IN'COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33766-B
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JACOB Wi 'i.l HIKQKL, altui known
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given thai I have
Ml) .1 in. final n.i p. tltton foi
Final i' .i...ii.. i> Vtlmlnlatrator ..f
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report and foi final diaeharce aa Ad-
mfniatrator of the Eatate ol JAt'OH
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\ Admlnlatrator of the
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JACt iB w HIBGEL,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEtN thai
the underaljrned, deal Inn to nsase In
bualneaa undei th* flt-tltlou* name of
ABBEY il' MIAMI .v VBBEY CAM.
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TO CREDITORS
'TY JUDGES" COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE, No. 36044-A
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RANT and MICHEh'H NORMANDY
KOSHER RE8T VI'RANI
rial Htr. Ml i R. n h, Intenda t..
rraiatei said n.une with the Cli
ill '.ni of I lade I 'o int) .
LEGAL NOTICE
Florida
KAYBEE i i iRPt IRA Til IN
A Uniniii Corporation
MONROE DIXON
A Home) for Applicant
17'"' Coral Was
i'i _, /J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 182172
RI >BERT INQRAHAM, Plaintiff,
v -
BAMPEL .1 THOMPSON, if living,
inn i.i III \ i.l to be .I. ad, and
I i:\mis THOMPSON, in> wife,
and nei
nuaban I. if any. I lefendu ins.
notice to appear
in the Name oi the state
i IP ll.i |R|| \
in KAMl'EL, .1 THOMPSON. If llv-
imt 11. Ileved to be dead.
Idence unknown
PRANCIH THOMPSON, his \\M,-.
and
hut '.ni' . ir any; realdi mi-
kin.w 11
VI.1 . 1 NK SOWN HEIRS, ll. -
vlw s, gra n te<
'.III. r - Ing by,
1' . null mid. i ngalnat s \M
PEI . 1 Till IMPS X, il li Ing,
hut l..-li. ..1 -.. le dei
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the iiini' i-n:ii"i. dealrlng i" engage in
bualneaa under th^ flcHtkma iwaa !
a I CO. ui'.t in i and U I RENTAL
ni (not Ine i. at 14S1 w Plagler st ,j
Miami. Intenda to reglater -- ii namea
with tin- Clerk of the Circuit I
of Dad" Count), Plorlda
BENJAMIN QRADUfl
BETMOUR B LIEBMAN
Attorn*) for Benjamin Uradua
i.ii. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, lit.
7/ I 5-12-11

II I COURT OF THE
AL CIRCUIT IN AND
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
No. 182407
1 !R \ci: and
i;i:.\ce, in- ...
I'LAIN 1 HI'S,
1 I'-KiHiKS.
I'MARI.KH I.
I-' I. VVEBDE, aa
ml I
u EKDE, INC .
Curpn .ii Ion,
DEI KM'ANTS
E TO APPEAR
i mi: H i ati:
bt ih
k
n known a- i:i>-
> i RRooKS,
' ii vi:i.i:s i
I l\ I. VVEEDE, aa
ii !.. imi trust.-, s
Hit"' >Kh WEEDE, a
i ..i poral imi
i il "I Ii. .i nil mi -
II i..i\ Ing m i i.i mi -
hi. right, title in
in 'in propert) which l*
' in.in. i nf this
' I) Ing .imi being In
'l. Kloi i.I.i. ami more
1 Ibi d .- follow a:
" I Ho. It ol UAt'RA
f HARDENS, ii aubdlvl
dlna i" a Plat thei e-
i"i in Plal Book It,
il 1'iihll
mt) Florida.
V' ii i 'i v.ir are
i
named 'ourt, b)
n ini. 'i. I... ili(.
Htl. nf thi Plain-
" 'Ii" |.r..p. i in\.

Il REBY ORDERED
.i Appear-
J I the i:nli
I and in default
11. i... Pro
agalnat you
ii.
' "RDERBD .it th..
il, I'.iuni
l i.Hi ila> .,1 Aiiruki.
I.EA1 HKRM I
> M W ST.h'KINC.
it) Clerk
UffH
PJUlldlng, Miami. F1..rl.l.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN that
the uii'i. I'siRii. .1. deatiing i" engage In
bualm the fictitious name of
ALU ED PRINTINO AND OEFICE
si ri'i.Y i.'i'. .it 111 ni:. Pii.-t Ave-
nue, Miami, Plorlda, Intenda t" regla-
.ii name with the Clerk of the
Circuit I'.'nrt i.r iia.i. County, Florida
IIKKM V.\ Ii MAINS' IN
\ IRON Al K ANN Kit
Atti n. \ for Herman n No) In
h 12-19-31 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN
III., mi i. i-.ti tl, il
l.u-lii. '"' '
siii:i:i.v\ i'iiilisiiini; COMPANY
i m.i in, i. .u : i "oral i late I h Ive,
I lot Ida, Inti in1 i '" r.
ii,,. th the Cl< ol th'
ii i nui ol Dadi County, i oi Ida
Dated .ii Al .inn. I'l.....la, this III"
dai i.r Auguat, I9a5.
ah it ii :i. niesen
man ENOEL attorney
..I r.i- nii. ItullcIDiaE ^^^____^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN
the mi !. r .-' d, fli -i In* to i
bualm :' the (i. I ime ol
BISCAYNE BROKERS v M' BIS
CAYNE RE M.T1 al III > W
Avenue, lnt< nda t<
with th" Clerk ol the Cln uli Com t "f
Dadc tunty, Plorlda
I.Ki IN rXISTER '
KKSsi.ki; A OARS
Attoi ne) foi '.I'j'ii' ml
1782 Vi er Slreel
' H___________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 182138.
VALERIA ZCRKOW8KI. Plaintiff,
KTANI.EA /i RKOM SKI. Iefi I
TO: STANLEY Bl'RKOWKKI
V\. mi.-
h. ..I. New v..i k
Ynn are i equli '! t" aerve a copy ol
youi anaw< i i" Hi" mil of Complaint
for Divorce on the ulaintlfl
iiini to file the ..ileln.il n the
,f th. I'l.ik of th- Circuit
the r.'ih .1
\ H i'.".'.. otlu
th- Kin ..f Complalnl foi in
fore filed h. rein, will be i .k. n
an confeaa. d by you
Dated at Ah thla the
x"> I .. ..
i.i:atih:km vn
i'l. ik nf Hi Ir. .n'
I lade Counts. Plo
Bj VV Al VV H rOCKINO
ti'iiitiii I'.. orputy Clerk
MII.TON A. riill.I'MA.N
iota Seybold Muildlng
8/12-lf-M /l
PRAXCIS THOMPSON, hla wife.
. Ii. r
huaband, if an) ;
VXD ALSO
i I'. r. ndanl Indi-
an onknown

' i ;..... I'.--
v \'i v I < .ill ..ih. and iin-
i
.in e an
'
ih.- ..t tnl
, I I | .' ; ,, i | | |
I lade County, Kloi Ida. and moi
di ni.I-.I .is fol-
of svv, ,.f m:', of svv
', of Section -"'. Townahlp
.....th, i!..ni^.' in i:.i-i. con-
taining lore "i Ii
Toil AND BACH OF YOU are
in i. b) not Ifli .1 l ha I .i ^uii '.I n. !.
filed in the above named Court, by
the Plaintiff above named, for the
purpoae of quieting title ..f th.- Plain-
tiff. In ami to th" propert) Involved
herelnabove deaci li.eii.
YOU ARK HEREBY ORDERED
AND RBQl'IRED to file your Appear-
ance in said suit ......i bi fore the 12th
da) of September, 1955, and In default
of Buch Appearance, .. Decree Pro
Confeaao will i- entered agalnal you
..ml each of you.
DONE VMi ORDERED al the
Courthouae In Dade County, Miami,
la, Hi s 9th dai of Auguat, 196 i
E. H i.i:.vthi;i:m \n.
Clei k -if the Ii cull ('"mi
B) WM. vv STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Atlorne) for Plaintiff
1011 Seybold Building, M Pla
> 12-19-21 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
i he ii.....i Ignt d, d< di Ing lo
i.'i Ineaa undi I nama of
I vi'i 11 s KOSHER ME \ v \M '
Pol'LTRT MARKET, at 1112 M.
mand) I n l> e, ai i iml Bt n h,
i ii.i me with i he i
in. nil i '"in t ..I i iade i lount).
Morlda
All: vil VA1 TISHENKEL '. In
. DAVID Ul'l K lnl< I
MILTON A. PR1EDMAN
Ail.i i.. l"i Vpplli .mis
Si ) bold Bldg
______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 182128
v IROINI v SMITH, Plaintiff,
VB.
IRWIN Al SMITH, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l i i IRWIN Al SMITH, \r i
Box S04S S'aval \ lion
. '..i nui 'In in- i
vm ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ih.H ;i Bill "f "omplalnl foi I ilvori a
baa been fll I ill >"!'. and ) ou
. null. ii i | ..i j our
the BUI of Complain! "ii
ih, i'i nui; 'I file the
i th.- i li-i k ..f
r I,,. Circuit I "OUI I "'i I the
I ,iii da) "f -
BID "f "omplalnt will be, taki n .i
. i .
DATED \
i: 11 i.l' VTHERM V\
B) W '' ORKKN
i.. put) lei k)
v vi i :s
Vil.....VI foi Ha.int.ff
.1 Ituildlng, Miami 12, Fla.
M mii;\ v\ I. V \ll> '! '
K 12-19-28 9/f__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N. iTICE IS HERI in liD EN thai
III. ui w"' '"
husln il"' EUl'ITABLE MoRTOAOE a IN-
VESTMENT :" 14-s
ni ill.Ik Intendi t" ree
name Hh tl"- Clerk a
1 '
MITCHEL KRAMER, Ownei
MONROK DIXON
Attorne) for Applicant
I THii i'oral Wav
1/12-19-21 l/l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No 182322
II. "VII Mi I AUI.AM., plaintiff
\ s
II \\ii: M EARLAND I '
ioI II v i: i. v \ l .
I
. l
i.i. i,ii or
. file your
..ii I
II
Ml
the < 'ompl i.ni will be
ill.
Dated v n- j.-i 12, It
K i: K VTHERM VN,
' 'I.
B) II II RICE, .li: .
i Seal i c|i k

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE is HEREBY OIVEN I
the undi i i
buslneea undi i th. flctitloua ......
Ml v.\n in ISEBI l'. '
Street, Intend m reglal
u ii), the Cl< rk of I
County, il I
NATALIE LAI PER
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
In UC l_A W
NOTICE 18 HEREBY 'il
!. i signed, 'I
- under the flctltioui na
OERTLKR I.ANDSCAPINO
PA NY, al ard
ami Bi i" Ii. In ten I
Hilll til. CJl
Count). 'Ki". ii!;i
ACaSEPH teKKTLEK
K'lVNKK MANNHEIMEB
foi loaeph CJerl ler
1-12-19
NOTI
NOTIC
iml.
VLL-ST.
Clerk "f
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
ih.- ir
n under th. I
WI.ii.n i .v. E I'RODl'CTS CO.. ..i
799 i 'ni i lawood Drive, Kej H iraynv,
Intendr tu aid na me a Ith the
Clerk "f i....."ii mt i'.. in i Dade
Count), Hot Ida
i: VE Ri ".i:i:s
iii:i:.max t isis
vit'i ii. v ipllcant
i;i ; i'..iilii

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is iii:ri:i:v OIVEN tl
I. i! i i i 11;: I., end tgi i
bualm -s under the flutltloua nan
BELL OIL SERVIt:E stations. ,,i
and BELL, i IL
COMP \.\Y. al W I i'h Ave-
Inti tld namei
with the Clerk of the Circuit i
"i Dade County, I
REALTY HOLDING! CO.
KESXLKR & OARS

1782 W. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
In !: Tl i '1
MARY K ROBERTS I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'
len
uli. i
i:V K ROBERTA
in the Hi orable t'uunti
.
the 'iiinii y ('
In I in Ci
iti
cation hen ol s.iiii i
..I demand* i......tain ihe
Il i ni ii ml in be bw "i n
to and preaented aa afori Id aame
will i" barn i S< i Becl Ion 733.11 "i
the I'M". Probate Act
Date Vuguai I, A.D
SHEL1M)N N LELCHl'K
Vs Ex. UtOI ..f the I...-I VV III
.. ml '.I "f
MAR1 K ROBERTS,
I', i -. SHELDON N LELCHL'K
Attorney for Exe> otoi
.... -. i,..I.i Bldg Miami, Floi da
8/12-IS-26 9 2 ____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underalgni d, At all Ing i" engi
bualneaa undei the fletltlou* nanu "i
HOWARD'S BENDIX LACNDBR-
ETTE, al ::.' H.W. 12th Ave., Intenda
I., reglatei aald name with the i
i ,. ,n i .. it i i.i i lade County,
I'i"i Ida.
JACK PELD, I wm r
KESSLER a tl M:~
Vttorneyi f"i Appll
I72 w li.itl. i St.
s 12 19-11 I I ____ ____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the un
l.n-in.
HI II.DI Its RI NT VL ''.'I IP-
MENT al i41 f*-VI
Vli.inn, KI intend!
name with lhi
Bade County, I
\l BERT PREEDM VN, Soli I
OOLDMAN .v OOLDSTEIN
turn lie) s f"i Reglal .ml
i uglei -i Mian I, Fla.
. 12-19-21 ________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, dealrlng to i ngi
pitiNEER SHEET METAL INDI S-
. s All.inn "l '" "':
.,.,,, with Ihe Clerk . ,,,,,,1 ot Dadi County, Florida
DoN ,\ HALL ISEALI
. iuli. i ol ni- half Intel .st
.1 whs II KEEOAN. IR (SEAL)
Owner of one-half '
SOLE PROPRIETORS
t'.EOROE CHERTKOF
O for So
80] >i\ in, i.i Building, all
is
S
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: IH HEREBY OIVEN
. nle.ni d, di
th. 11 tit nui na i
VTK REN r-A-C vi: Co
Alia mi I'
. with the
i he Cln m "in i of 1 "I.-
Ki..! i
CHARI PS !' '--
A. II. INFANTE
irai
foi \
1 ililn.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 357:: A
Ri i ST i : K OF
l RANK I'.lt VMEISTER, I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To vn 'red I ton and Ml Pen
I .lllllS "I I '. II..I I
l<
i ii "f \. i iii hi .
not ii i"ii iiini i equlred i" preaeni
a "ii ii. ma mi*- w hii h yo
ol ou, in.i ;.. again
l RANK BRAMEISTER
. .!.- .1 late "i I lade i 'ountj I-1<
I., th. l lonorable Count y J idgi
i M le '..nui \. an i file ihe Ban
ih. ir "'in.- in ihe Count) Co rl
in I....'. < 'ountj Plol Ida. within
, alenda i montha from tl 'the
flral publication hi i eof Ba I I
... di mand I.....nl
in i i i i ..
I" .111.1 |H -. I.l. ll ..- "l
, T I :
Vet.
Date July 19, A D I9SS
- ROSE I'.i: v MEISTER
As Executrix "f the ) W
.in.i >.f
I- RANK BRAMEISTI R,
11. ..
THE" iDORE R NELSON
i m... I.in. ..in li ding
. i plot
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FOOD FAIR EXTENDS TO YOU A CORDIAL WELCOME
TO ITS THREE NEW
APPETIZER DEPTS
(NEW YORK STYLE)
Located in the Food Fair Stores at:

7410 Collins
A
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1845 Alton Road
205
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n
d St
Miami
Beach
Miami
Beach
Corel
Way
Featuring a full variety of Tempting
foods delivered fresh daily!
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IS MOW HUM
i$i OF HUMOR
^BmrnhMoiuvMam
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday. August 19, 1955
SECTION B
LOCAL YOUTH IN BLOOD
BANK PROGRAM
ihtful Mother Ponders
ms of Assisting Hopeful
\clors and Local Theater-Goers
ol two children and grandmother of five has entered
thai may have national implications. She is Mrs Goldie
w 261 h ter.
whose husband is a ship's master, entitling himi
,-! cargo bottl afloat, has had plenty of time to think.
;, up son and daughter and time often free on her
come up with an idea that may prove to be a boon for
. d throughout the country
cted by the recent announcement that a Coconut
now being remodeled for legitimate productions,-' she
uck me that Miami's being without a legitimate
iiU i> really an astonishing fact
vi immediate decision was to make certain that pail
, [forts locally should not be repeated. In effect, she
ii the cut before the horse. "First, we have to guaran-
| she said, "and then legitimate theater will follow,
Ipermost in her mind, has been the large number of dis- i
[i i'i Miami and across the nation "who would do any-!
\\ ul! has been that Mrs. Ramer is now forming a theater!
ip, which will seek to encourage hotels here and through-
ntrj to offer rooms to similar groups for dramatic produc-
kroup meet- weekly to hear Miami actors in performance.
Duplications are wide," she explained. The white-haired,
iman continued: "It can be good for community morals, it
tin cultural standards. But most of all, it can perform a
! inr our many talented actors who are simply not
mce "
personalities and organizations have already responded to
gram She already has a letter of encouragement from
bams, President Eisenhower's special assistant. Also offer-:
the Chamber of Commerce here, as well as the:
nation
in the Miami Beach chapter of Women's American;
1 does not intend to shirk her duties in that regard,
pars," -hi' smiled happily, "that, at least for a while, the!
take priority."
Home for Aged Completes New
Dude Institutional Care Study
irking5 on
Rd. Given
it-tee Nod
i narking on
i reommended
>l the .,!(!> commit-
Miami Beach Chamber
fcc ..I .i breakfast meat*
Sea Gull hotel
|r merchants lubse-
i.j opposition
k spokesman of
I incerning Lin-
! the members
been in contsn t
rs of many
\ il e population as
thai all were in
elimination ot
n thoroughfare
i .ii safety mat
I : ie hanl
In le
chairman of
pivii! il h afety corn-
el new bus stops alon ;
n t munended
Department, and in
ure a meeting would
the transportation
Ising Alton rd. in re-
proposed location of
I Ulutebrook reported
immittee that a
l) programs had
P"|| for future use over
WKAT Miami Beach
Arthur Godbar has
formal of the 15 min-
cover Inten lews
1 "pet traffic
p*1 Imi Beach residents
and educational scs-
i I i c engineering
i the Beach P
Abe Kurman. president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged, an-
nounced Wednesday the comple-
tion of two studies by the Home
"which indicate some interesting
tacts and trends regarding insti-
tutional care for the aged in Dade
county.
The first study, according to
Kurman. was under the direction
of Judge Harold B. Spaet. chair-
man of the admissions committee.
and Maurice Pearlstein. executive-
director, and relates to the length
of residence in Dade county of
349 applicants for admission to
the Home since 1945, when the
Home opened. The second study
was under the supervision of Irv-
ing Cypen. chairman of the budget
and' finance committee. Its pur-
pose was fo ascertain trends in the
composition of the resident group
from 1945 to the present.
The members of the study com-
mittees were Sidney Ansin. Daniel
Broad. Arthur Kalish, Sam Res-
nick, Mrs. Sol Silverman and Dr.
Jess Spirer.
"We made the first study." Kur-
man stated, "because some mem-
bers of our board felt that the
seemingly short residence require-
ment of 18 months in Dade county
would not only flood the Home
with applicants who have recently
come to Greater Miami, but would
ilao be an inducement to Jewish
aged to come to the community
I for the primary purpose ol seek-
| ing admission to the Home When
the Home was opened in 1945 the
idence requirement was five
yean, and in 1952 to 18 months.
' Homes in other communities eith
it have no residence requirement
1 or a maximum of one year
In hi- analysis of the study,
Spaet stated the applicants had
been broken down into three cate-
gories: present residents of the
Home; applicants who are now be-
ing processed by the social worker;
, and closed cases.
Of the 71 residents now in the
Home, ojjly 7, or 10.5 percent, had
' a Dade county residence of 18
months to three years at the time
of application: 16. or 225 percent,
had a residence of three to five
years; and 39. or 67 percent, had
a residence of five years or more,
with 32 of this last group having
been in the community over 10
1 years.
There were 240 closed case-
comprised of those who arc de-1
1 ceased or left the Home, or whose
; applications were withdrawn or,
! rejected. Of these, 28. or 11.5 per-
cent, had a residence of 18 months
to three years; 79. or 33 percent. I
a residence of three to five years; i
and 133. or 55.5 percent, five years
or more.
The figures on the applicants
now being processed, according to
Spaet. "are more pertinent to the '
^Unique Weekend Slated Here for
Ii Conservative Synagogue Leaders
Mrs. GUit Kamtr
Conservative congregations of
South Florida will sponsor a "Tor-
ah Fellowship" weekend for lay
leaders of conservative congrega-
tions, as well as study sessions on
Jewish subjects.
Jerry Sussman. of the North
Shore Jewish Center, and Al Fogel,
of the West Miami Jewish Center,
serving as co-chairmen, will super-
vise the unique weekend to begin
Saturday evening. Aug. 20. and all
da) Sunday. Aug. 21, at the Golden
Gste motel.
Theme for the project will be
i "The High Holy Days and You."
Three Seminars are planned a lol
lows:
Saturday eveningRabbi Yaak-
ov Rosenberg, of Beth David Con
gregation. will lead a discussion on
"The Essence of Godhood."
Sunday morningRabbi Alfred
Waxman, of West Miami Jewish
Center, will conduct an outdoor
forum on "The Meaning of Re-
pentance."
Sunday afternoon Rabbi Sam-
uel Lerer, of Temple Beth Sholem.
Hollywood, will lead a discussion
on the topic, "Fasting and feast-
ing."
The concluding session will be
conducted by a panel of rabbis in
ciuding Rabbis David Shapiro.
Temple Sinai. Hollywood; B 1-con
Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center:
C I.erer. Vlonticello Park; Yaak-
ov Rosenberg. Alfred Waxman,
Samuel Lerer and Mayer Abramo-
wit.', of North Shore Jewish Can
DR. MORGENBESStR IN B'NAI B'RITH ADDRESS
Liberal Judaism Failing in its
>roup Barbecue
Mumnae .'
greater Miami held its
becue dinner at
Mrs. Joseph Klein.
Coral Gables, on
?ning. Mrs. Paul Fur-
Zanc Alpert were
STARLIGHT, PALiberal Jew
ish religion is failing to give
American JeWI a deep sense of
human destiny and the strength
of identification that distinguish-
ed their forefathers. Dr. Sidney
Morgenbeaser, of Columbia Cm
t the first B'nai B'rith
Institute of Judaism to be held at
.Camp B'nai B'rith this season. Re-
form, Conservative and Recon-
struct ionl-t were included by Dr.
Morgenbesscr in his definition of
the forms of liberal Jewish re
ligion.
Addressing an oven low group
of men and women, the Columbia
professor charged that reli
liberalism undeie-tunated the
value of ritual and was unable to
hold the intellectuals He called
for a religious approach that would
help American Jews live up to
the ideals of the prophetic I
tmn in its attitude toward
problems and which would inspire
them continually to increase the
scope of their service to society
and mankind The B'nai B'rith In-
stitute was sponsored by the East-
ern Pennsylvania Council of B'nai
B'rith
The B'nai B'rith Institutes ol
Judaism are directed by the De-
partment of Adult Jewish Educa-
tion of B'nai B'rith. More than 30
such B'nai B'rith Institutes have
been scheduled in this country
and abroad this season, eight of
them at Camp B'nai B'rith Regis
nation is open to the public
At another session of the B'nai
B'rith Institute, Dr. Milton K>n-
rits, of Cornell University, distin-
guished author and legal theorist.
declared that the non-conformist
tradition in America today is m
the greatest dang, r lie pointed out
that America has no single relig-
ious or cultural ideology and de-
plored a tendency In some ar<
identify the foundations of democ-
racy with Christianity Dr. Kon-
vitz said that the continuation of
h group identification, the
encouragement of Jewish cultural
life and the increase of Jewish
learning all contribute to the
American ideal of a pluralistic cul-
ture. He concluded by saying that
the Jewish people have a special
responsibility to America as well
as to themselves to maintain their
traditions
Abe Kurman
purpose of the study, -incc a large
number of applicants in the other
two groups had applied for admis
sion when the residence require-
ment was either three or five
years." The 38 applicants now be
ing processed, however, had ap-
plied for admission considerably
after the community had been
made aware through the press and
wide distribution of an admissions
brochure that the residence re-
quirement had been lowered to 18
months.
Just one applicant, or 2.5 per-
cent of the 38 now being processed,
had a Dade county residence of 18
months; 10. or 26 percent, had a
residence of three to 5 years; and
27, or 71.5 percent, a residence of
more than five years, with nine of
these having been in the commu-
nity for more than 10 years
Both Kurman and Spaet indicat-
ed that the study revealed that
the concern expressed by some of
the Home's leadership seemed to
be unfounded. They further stat-
ed that the -Judy appeared to sub-
stantiate the estimate of the pro-
fession;.! staff Of the Home th
considerabla number of the
coming to Greater Miami would not
uproot M; mi elves from their com-
munity of Origin and from family
and friends without the security
of either
source- of their own or without
assurance ol supp 1 from children
or other relati
The results of the second study
were reported on bj Cypen at a
recent meeting of the Home's
missions commit! i'i'' leeta
and trends revealed by this stu ly,"
C>pen emphasized, "are most in-
teresting because they are in line
with the results of similar studies
Continued on Pag* 3 B
'Palsython' Scheduled
Dade Home for the Cerebral Pal-
sied will sponsor a "Palsython"
over radio station W M1F Saturday
evening. 9:30 p.m. to Sunday
\ morning at 7.
The Home || a nonprofit, non-
sectarian, -tate chartered institu-
tion in Perrine and "relies strictly
' on local contributions to give resi-
dential care 365 days a year to
i. rebral palsied children," Mrs.
Charles K Rexrode, director, ex-
plained in revealing the 'Palsy-
thon
Gables Membership Tea
Coral Gables Jewish Center Sis*
1 terhood will hold a membership
tea at the home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Morris A. Skop, 3511 Riviera dr.,
, Wednesday. Mrs. Buddy Halpert is
membership chairman.
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plant, transfer all but a sk.
,,:: Miami Veterans Admin ing in th< Miami '
,ion office to Passa-Grille making the Miami offic. notfi
Fascell said thai iho news ol the ,, E more than a regional
. came as a complete surpris ., ( ,,nU
1 onferences had been ^ fof |f| .,,,.,.
with hi- office pnor to the ,.,,.. \,i
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1EK

UNITED STATES
ing from a four-week trip to Israel and Europe, Gov. Averell
,i New York made this statement on the Summit meeting
"There WU tone value out of the Geneva conference, but
ippointing. The Kremlin didn't budge an inch. ." As for
visit to Israel. GOV. Harriman had all praise. Speaking at
louse luncheon of the UJA of Greater New York, the Coy. i
[in iv enter the Presidential race in 1956 urged that the
lies'enter into a security pact with Israel.
we all have a right." he declared, "to urge our government
Hh these negotiations for a security pact, and to hope it may
i! and he a step forward toward a development of more
Dationships." Rabbi Isidor B. Hoffman, student counselor
; University, was among 40 signers of a statement, issued
which called upon Americans to repent for the dropping of
omb on Hiroshima. Some of the other signers included
Pickett and author Lewis Mumford. The statement urged
lean- should turn to "the power of love." Discussing the
leni. the New York Times had this to say in its leading
It Saturday: "For Whom the Bell Tolls""Ten years ago
modern war reached its ultimate expression when an
dropped on Hiroshima. Japan, an atomic bomb that
than 78,000 human beings. Today we can make bombs
II more people and devastate wider areas at a single
ossibly destroy all life on this earth. .
Western democracies did not begin this kind of diabolism,
it. Nevertheless, and because in war cruelty always drives
followed Hitler. After he had destroyed large parts of
e and our allies destroyed German cities. Likewise, in
-.e crime of Pearl Harbor and for the purpose of reducing
r of our infantry, we created havoc in Tokyo and other
by old fashioned means. These were no more merciful j
Ibomb We destroyed the guilty and the innocent by fire I
ve destroyed them by the atomic explosion. In these
rs it lies within our power to toll a bell that will be a requiem
man has loved and hoped for on this earth. Or it could I
lion ol this generation to set pealing the hell- of the world
thai war has been forever abolished. But in either case
It ask for whom the bell tollsor rings. It is for us."
[Balabanov, secretary of the Union of Bulgarian Jurists in
illowing statement last week on Bulgaria's murderous
the El AI plane: "The irresponsible act of Communist
rds in Bulgaria, which ended in death for 58 innocent pas
rmhtb outraged world opinion. It Baa brought sadness to
in exiles, and has intensified their distaste for the
r, n| | ; i who have just cast another infamous blot ,
ol tin- fatherland "
Lia rules on School Bible and Prayers: "The Bible may not
public school classes for religious purposes. It may be used
literary historical or other non-religious purpose. The
be distributed through the public school system.
not be made a part of the curriculum of the
ese conclusions were reached by California At-;
Edn nd G Brown and Deputy Attorney General George
No. 53 266, handed down recently in response to j
the State Board of Education. Sj
folf Wind, an Israeli, is one of six artists selected by the |
{ lion for an international panel "to ensure a wide
live talent from which to draw for designs of UN postage
released in 1956. Born in Germany. Mr. Wind settled in
The publication of a new Haggadah telling the heroic
Warsaw Uprising has been proposed by Dr. Isaac I.
director ol the World Jewish Congress' Organization De-
method of immortalizing the epic event and of making
ds anniversary and of the World War II Churban in
petual Memorial Day for world Jewry'. Wfl teen-agers
- ol the IS and Canada will participate in the eight-day
irersity Torah leadership Seminar to be held from Aug. 25
at the University's main academic center in New York.
ISRAEL
Minister spokesman has announced that the Bulgarian
has been informed that Israel has canceled her partici-
International Trade Fair scheduled to open in September
tulgaria. The 58 bodies of the air travelers who were
Bulgarian planes July 27 were buried on Thursday, Aug.
ion grave in the Plain of Sharon. They were given a State
He Israeli Navy has purchased two British Destroyers. With
(on. the Israeli Navy becomes the strongest in the Middle
pirkey. David Ben Gurion, "the most unpredictable man
finds himself in a dilemma in his choice of coalition
Mapai. Israelis hold that he will have to give some con-
Menachem Begin'a Herut Party which has emerged as the
St in the country.
PEOPLE
Department has just released in booklet form John
address delivered at the Festival of Faith" in San
1! In it Dulles attests; "The successes of the UN have
I dm- to those throughout the world who believe that there
iviiu- Creator of us all. ."
present, the 75 to 80 group had the I tory. During the later period they
rSE rmber. With PerCent'have been considerably older.
During the early period, the resi-
dents admitted were generally I cr- more infirm and more inc;"
younger, healthier and ambula-1 fated.
Irving Cypen
Home Finishes New
Institutional Study
Continued from Page 1 B
made in other parts of the country.
I think they have real meaning for
the entire community in that they
indicate the urgent need for non-
institutional resources and services
and programs so that as many of
the senior citizens as possible may
be helped to remain in the general
coinmunity There is a growing
trend throughout the country of
providing home care so that even
the chronically ill or long-term pa
tient may remain in his own home
and not be institutionalized."
Prom IMS to 1951, uhen the
Home was on SW 12th avc only
13 percent of those admitted were
75 years or over on date of appli-
cation From 1951 to July 31. 1955,
56 percent of all Bdmiaaionj were
75 or over. Among the applicants
now being processed. 68 percent
are 75 years or over
During the 1945-51 period, the
70 to 75 age group had the largest
number of admissions, amounting
to 31 percent. From 1951 to the
ii
\uce Brown
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F War Veterans will
I 'iing. Aug. 24.
|lican club.
1 uitainmcnt will
Iiuth Uraidtnan, pro-
' Plans will be dis
IParty at the Kendall
Children on Aug. 27.
Seidle is child wel
Spinoza Forum Sunday
How to Achieve Health and
Happiness I>c>pitev Adversities
will be the topic of dteWIIJnii Sun-
Iday evening at the Spinoza Out
door Forum, 11th st. and Ocean
jet. Harry Kershaw, president of
the Health and Happiness Club,
will speak. Also appearing will be
Lillian Everts, Sonia Weiss and Dr
N. S. Hanoka.
Workshop Held
President of Hillel
''I the B'nai B'rith
puation'i teen age
rkshop. on Thursday,
[223 East Flagler st.
cond workshop to
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1HEOOOR H6RZL. A P.rtr.it for Thi, A. "^ '^
pany. 1955. $400.
By HILARY MINDLiN
DR. LUDWIG LEWISOHN oi B.
. time. TheodorH
n who virtually led hLs
pe into the Pi I d. and who. I
tool himsell on Israel's soil
David Ben-Gurion'
ho "transformed
ther hen
minute
ta.b *ould I
ted to
;, i
eutsch wa
... He. ol
.culty
lar o
I
plying
thai he
writings, inclu
lotheZ.0.
complete "Jewish State
Dr LewWoh
il b.
Pr Lewisohn giv<
I rillianl picl I *icl Hei
'lied the \
i peculi I il blindness on lh<
The aim musl b. Uexandet
f the Jews and th<
I ]- The aim. in other i
. | thousai I :' : '">
BY THE
f Ratioi
prejudii i .' w-
dad pi rished in ilon.in.nn l
itself. nvei sion wa i
fitable. i rything had to I
rhe vil and >
with the annihilation
-!i population "I 11*- world
t thai who.se teeped in assimila-
.i. w" wil Ij a nol ish lean i
sound the rallying vn 11 with a clai
|) one | i How was i! th;it
ill) write I
lieve that i er and world histor) has w I i
It is I as Dr L n point
he believed
lew
stilitj wh
this he
[t is a n should have !

have made i Hei mother, his
i t and
:. Dr. Lewisohi v isely
thai thi which do not reallj ex|
thi

will [on
H< com-

tei (I
nt was
Ij rofu
Hi- biograph)
., h who looked like one
Hebrew propl
< tlowinn
uhiti could n"i resist the
humor anymore than
- net hter, hi
the | resident
,i Semi-
was lull ol
he iir-t came to the
member ol
the facultj ol Columbia I'niver
sity. he was visited b) the itho
imbia The
ent up I rd describ-
himsell er ol the
Jesuil order When the chaplain
arrived. Scbeehter Mid to him.
you know. I don't like Jesuits
ow tit down, and let's be
[riendi"
Probably'the oldest American
rabbinical itorji is the one about
linnet attended by Cardinal
Cibbons and Kabbi Krauskopt.
When, aakad the Cardinal.
i you begin eating ham?"
\t your wedding, your Kmi-
replicd Rabbi Krau-
kopl
Incidental!) I ardinal Gibbons
pull off a nifty himself.
Id was something of a Catholic
demist" as they were called
dayi and he ma Rakad
whether ho believed in the doc-
trine ol Papal infallibility. Well,
he whan the Pope rc-
pd hi in the Pope had called
him Cardinal Jlbboai
Thi late Rabbi Kdward Israel
"' Baltinnre^_
Jo was a YafS
bbi, id the eJ
>ouMi:u,ne w
\ ol Ya|,
of the letter 1" hi
* '< When Rabij.
'" "'" ll( he toldtWi
should t>o grateful |
m;m was not a
Mass ichuaetti Ina*
DOlo
' !l Rabbi HerJ
England once ti|~
nick who was we&
ont' '..ndal;
bj liming; "lij,
'he maai
iy it is 11
not there?" il
'"' Rabbi AdkjjJ
ou heard 1,1
>oil -top
enough to hear;
HffrJ.V lirTTERMAS
Tell Me, Professor. Whatl
Tin Talking About Now
Solomon Schtchtrr
. hod o visitor
IHHISS VUf7f.fr
Cliih Discrimination Poses Problems
Jewish organizations, such as the Km w-
ish Committee and the totti D< (amatioi Leagui are
lining to take -< riouslj the fact that J<
rot being admitted into certain club-. Until now this
type of anti-Jewish discrimination was ci nsidered
merely a petty annoyance and of no real col
:uence. In fact, many Jews considered it below
their dignity to seek admission into ;, club where
Jews were not welcomed A number ol studies, how
ever, have now established that sonai discrimina-
tion is not just social, but also affects Jew- eco-
nomically.
Many business firms require their executives to
join leading clubs where big deals arc discussed
and made. This precludes Jews from holding kej
business positions )] the) arc not admitted to such
clubs. Furthermore the spirit oi anti-Jewish dis-
crimination prevailing in the dub affects the i
NATHAN Zf fff f \
Ghoal writers are in great de-
mand these days in Hollywood.
but the great men who require
their services are exacting task-
masters
one $7,000 a week producer,
for instance, hired a college pro-
fetsor the other day to write a
learned paper for him defending
tin morals of the community and
flaying critics who declared his
pictures were a sorry sort of ad-
ement for the American
wa) in foreign countne-
The famous producer read a
draft of the proposed article with
furrowed brow, and then told the
professor Its all right, but I
want you to take out those fancy
I want to know what I'm
talking about!"

Jerr) Lewis was introduced to
ntleman in the lobby of a
hotel 'Pardon my not
getting up said the man "You
I'm ailing from arthritis
I "That's perfectly
II right I'm Lewta from l*>
Ant-'

According to Tony Martin, a
Hollywood starlet the other eve
ning upset precedent by asking
Jascha Heifetl for an autograph
instead of giving her own to
wild-eyed bohhj MMn The star-
lets disarming request of Heif-
it/ read -It doesn't matter.
whether you write it or print it.
Mr Heifetl I copy all my auto-
hi over anyhow alphabeti-
' all) in my -crapbook "

- I presiding over
a banquet in hi-
Aviv this week. uddi
oil thi laii and
ing Whoopee" Asi
w.i- breaking up tatj
of Israel aid to ha.1
never knew vou cotH(
well
"I can t smg at
Jessel I w;i
die Cantor "
Upon being coraai
his wittv after-dinacrl
Jessel told the
ol l-i I know a |
wood who i- an eveil
dinner peaket than I
ed to tw By that II
ever) tim< i -ee htr.i
dinner
\\ riti Bea Hecht I
noli date i
UTar
studio How did *l
heo
:.lt> "I
I ihi I upandWl
I'd sai|
Koshi iteaUai
!.ke i
mat she t
and

According to rUffll
the onl) people hj
the answers are
ana.
Dann) Kaye mj
eign car that *a$<
for export The naael
ator had an Engud
lives wh., .,.-. memberi
""' msciousl) practice nti Jewish
discrimination in I terprises The) would
i i ..
""n* ,,,: "' would not be socially
Iheir firms are interested
in Tri '' rhu" -'" Semitism
SaSS th,s "",1,n ]M- ","1'"1 u> in-
Boxer Cohen Special
,'' the ecot i#
mi i u oi.Ffv
, '-
ia\e i,,,
Herb of Publicity Seems Sweet to H
mi
It has been months now since I tilted with Wil
liani Zukerman and it is with contemptuous reluc-
tance that I now return to the theme. M\ rev
no doubt will be a sharp rejoinder from trie pen ol
Ihe gentleman who was once called scrivener with
dual typewriters and who seems to have perfected
the skill of hoaxing piety whenever caught
handed, or. better yet. Arab-handed But I just ant
resist mangling him a bit even though I realize he
floats in whip of public chastisement. After all
nothing is to sweet as the sweet herb of publicity.
Zukerman's pro-Arab outpourings are neither
new nor surprising. But when that little escapist
from reality takes it upon himself to mouth "amen-'
to the Arab Information Center with a comment in
his newsletter that is as small as the man himself,
'Malm, -peaker- UBOed
;^,a,,,,,,,ot,,, hove
^*^^^
had done a
Purpose 0| ,he orL a ls T"" "' "'
thing that can be sal ah,mt ih ""M *Wbh
h ^at K. author e, e"\ ", "! *******
naive But if we know ZukPrm 'Va''ly 8ull"'le or
disclaim those diadems Zukerman' he w,|| angril
In France, a country which has
great love of sports, boxer
Robert I ohata holds a very spe-
cial place in the public eye as far
Ji a -i, p ,rts fans are concern-
who is recognized here
the worlds champion fighter
1,1 lh rnweight division, is
moment the most promi-
Jewish athlete in France
there is also a different opin
mini the status of
from that in the Unit-
In the Stat. I ohM i^
ed officially as the
i hampioa m his class.
nt ratinga put him in second
| in and regarded him as the
mo laki I) challenger for the
title
fhia Ij. t i- not unique in the
f Cohen It frequently hap-
Pens that different nations disa
Kree on who is the legitimate title
holdei such difference* etoan
varied mterpretationa of the
roles, and also from opposing na-
tional poiali
Bobeii Cohen (
weight champion.
II, t t.. this P8"
Of a m nsational
cessful !>">"-
prow he com
more iMerest an**
his bouts have
draw huge cream
Boxing is an f'-!*J]
I here TBf "jJ
ndenl *| J
when MarceM*J
dened the *'
top Frenc* *
rival American^"
hrteresi m aja
.mplc the aij"
be seen crow*-,
to get the **%
Tour de rr-IP
bicycle race sa-
tire country^
the a> *%
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1 U HAM UOHAJU)
ion Decler, editorial
Israel Speaks, has
jnted a year's leave
from his duties ef-
Xt. 1 to devote his
eative writing and
Rnbbi Decter will
to serve on the ad-
Bditorial board, as
i executive commit-
iition to his duties
cretary of the Amer-
knds of Givat Haso-
IVnters' Center in Is-
' In recent weeks we have rteeh
' ed a number of requests for a reli-
able recipe for "Rood, old-fashion
I ed chicken soup." They stressed
the "good, old-fashioned" kind of
chicken soup probably the kind
mother or pcrhap- grandmother
served. One unsigned letter also
asked: How can I utilize the cook-
ed chicken?"
Well, soup may sound simple
and easy to achieve; but it docs In
ply that there arc -mips and
soups," especially clear and cloudy
kinds of chicken soup. It may be
helpful to other young "cooks" to
follow the recipe below in detail
So. here it i-:
Chicken Soup
1 4'j to 5>2 Ih. chicken
2 qts. cold water
1 large onion
1 medium size carrot, sliced
1 stick celery, diced
Salt to taste
A pinch of saffron, optional
Fowl or stewing chicken is best
for soup. After Kashering the
cleaned and singed chicken, cut it
Into sections if the butcher has
not done it for you in the begin-
ning. Legs and thighs, wings, neck
and breat sections, gizzard and
heart ^houd be used for soup Soup
chicken portions can be utilized
after lifting from the ,oup. Be-
low are suggestions.
Add the water to chicken
tions. bringing it well over the
meat, (over and bring to a boil.
Uncover, iklm carefully, add re-
maining ingredients and cook over
moderate heat, keeping soup at a
mild boiling point for 1 to 1'-
hours, depending on tendernen <>f
fowl. The meal should be tender
enough to he pierced easily wilh
a fork. The liquid in mid be re-
duce.! by one fourth to one third. ]
For hot results, salt should be
added to taste a half hour alter
boiling his begun. Saffron adds
fragrance a< well as color to soup.
It can be purchased in any herb
department of food shops.
Suggestions for utilizing cooked
chicken are many Here arc a few:
Btown a diced onion and green
pepper in chicken schmaltz. Saute
the cooked chicken sections till
I lightly browned on all sides, after
j lifting out the browned onion and
pepper. Combine, adding finely
diced raw carrot and celery, salt
and pepper or paprika to taste, and
1 cup boiling water. Cover and
MY STEP
Rabbinic Student to Interpreter to Restaurateur
Bnent Miami Beach res-
has been discussing
| pts before study
pic and. from all re-
iv who have been listen-
m are more than pleas-
I i.sp of the subject
*atorical ability.
Be who know the mild-
dark -haired and in-
ing Philip Weiss, of
Hungarian restaurant.
i "Ethics of the
|hoalil i me a.s no sur-
w-ith i holarahip is a
|i W eiss family. He
B i Talmud student
f. where he studied for
'i ite But fate decided
the Royal Hungar-
cplained.
juentl) became a man-
"i men's neckwear."
|hi added simply: "Af-
drafted into the
hip proved its
worth for Uncle Sam. Weiss serv-
ed four years with the 77th In-
fantry Division as a Japanese in-
terpreter. At the end of his
hitch. Weiss came to Miami
Bea.ch to recuperate and liked it
so much here that he stayed.
It's ten years now that he baa
lived in the area. He resides
with his wife and four children
at 1321 Alton rd. Two of the
Weiss youngsters attend the He-
brew Academy.
How he came to the Royal Hun-
garian 'is a long story." accord-
ing to Weiss. "But we arc happy
to have made a splendid name for
ourselves throughout the coun-
try in the field of kosher
ice."
And. of course, never forgot-
ten, is a yearning for scholarship.
Weiss was recently invited to dia-
(ii-s "Kthics of the Fathers" at
Congregation Beth Tfilah. Ap-
parently, his reputation as a lec-
turer is spreading. Only a week
later. Congregation Beth Jacob
members decided they wanted to
hear him, too.
Philip Weiss
. scholarly
}nthal Speaks
bui M Hlumenthal, Mi-
lant psychologist and
lounseilor, was guest
[the Miami Beach Ex-
it Us luncheon meet-
biesday in the Saxony
lumenthal spoke on the
|tal Health in the City
well -
iganne
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cook in a casserole on top of stove
or In the oven at 350. for 30 min-
ute- Make an einbren by brown-
ing 2 tablespoons flour in 2 table-
spoons chicken schmaltz and stir-
ring in some of the liquid or thin
gravy Cook 3 minutes then add
to casserole.
Chicken and Rice: Cook 1 cup
nee in top of double boiler in
enough water to cover 2 inches
over rice. Add 1';. teaspoons salt.
When rice la tender, rinse in boil-
in.; w.iter by pouring the hot water
through the rice in a colender or
other strainer Serve the chicken
over the boiled rice, adding thick-
ened gravy or tomato sauce over
all. Garnish with parsley sprigs.
Chicken Croquettes: ('hop cook-
ed chicken which has been remov-
ed from bones and .km Add
browner! onion and grant) pepper.
Mix with one or two eggs and 2
tablespoons cracker crumbs. Form
into croquettes or flat cakes and
brown on all side- in hot melted
shortening or chicken schmaltz.
Serve With gravy or tomato sauce
with hard cooked egg slices and
parsley garnish.
"I WANT MY MtlK"
Registration Now on
At West Miami Center
Registration is now open for He-
brew and Sunday school and Kin-
dergarten at the West Miami Jew-
ish Center, 5720 17th ave.
A larger staff has been- engaged,
and additional classrooms will be
used, since it is anticipated that
last year's enrollment of 250 chil-
dren for Sunday school and 150
children for Hebrew school will
be greatly increased this year, an
announcement reveals.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, who di-
rects the educational program, is
assisted By Mrs. Morris Weiss, prin-
cipal, Mrs. Fred Rohrlick, chair-
man of the education committee;
and Mrs. Lou Baloff. chairman of
the Kindergarten committee.
and be sure it's
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Eye Specialist Speaks
Dr. Norman S. Jaffe. local eye
specialist, addressed the parents'
unit of United Cerebral Palsy here
this week. Dr. Jaffe is consultant
to the Miami clinic.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph N
Officiating. Cantor Jacob Hern
Mem will render the musical por
lions ol tin' littur
#
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
institute will hold Fridaj eve-
- at 6:30 S
are at 0
... Lerer and Cantor Fishel Lut-
uill officiate Kiddush will
R bbi Ever will discuss
es ol the Fathers at 6 15 p m
icha will follow at 6 43 Dailj
il h a m. and 8 45 :
with n e scheduled for
i; p.m.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
Frid ning services at
S tui li j morning sen
. ,t 8 49 Rabbi Yaako\ i:
[ficiate and discuss the
kly Portion He will also lead
;cussion ol Ethics ol the l
5 43 Mincha will follov
Daily services i (l1
a.m. .
Daily services are at I "" ",,,
6:45 p.m
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Frida;
services al Saturdaj morning
Beckei
The Jewish i
Class in ralmud is schedule I
,rning
: the
Fathers will b.
dos. Mr
will
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hi
servic.
!i!
Candlelitfhtinff Tune
Elul 1 6:33 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
ervic< '

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CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER
day mon
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold r
!- i i
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
.....';:
Brill will
HurwitJ
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER "ill hold Fl
t 8:30 R
:; will preach on
the topi.
will to
are at
rmon will be
k ddush will 1 |nW
TEMPLE SINAI ol HoIIyW
will services
ii ing tin "i
i mtor Yi
Kap
Onei Shabbat will
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NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER

lw Saturday morning services
I o Rabbi Okolica will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor
Maurice Neu will render the mu-
; portions of the liturgy, with!
(he choir under the direction of
He Moore Dtilf -ernces are

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Frida) evening
.,im.. ..i h 3o RabM beec Ltrw
WiH officiate and preach on the
rhe Path We Cho
,, view arc at 9.
ih the Rabbi illiiueaint, the
Weekl) Portidn Minc-ha will Ih-
?,,Lp,r "-i,,
HIALEAH
iWlSH CEI
tvenii
2S? o^SH
:.,
Rabbi Joseph I \
MS MICHIGAN AVENUf"
Hebrew Schoo!
Registration Due,
Bureau Reveals
tner, pn the
I Educal
Thi

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ll
Registral n ;.t the Jew I
ols las) year showed
i 3 119 : Sunday sch<
II in the afternoon schools Ac
to adva
from all the Jewish i
tremi ndou increase:
tion in i, a .i. ,
tion are expect*
There is a great di
day school teachers ii | the
schools opening thi
Miami Mrs Ratner r<
Qualified teachers who wish
to teach in the Sund >ls ..i
Greater Miami arc urged to
tact immediatelj the B
Jewish Education for intei
placement, she said
Schools ffiliated with the Ru
include the followii
h El
5()0 s\v 17th a
Jewish i 20 i |....... ,,-,.
oral Gablt Flagler-Grai
ish ( enter 50 N\\ 51st pi Knes
Israel, 1415 Eucli. Miami
h Miami Hebrew Sch lei, lioi
M\ 12th ave.; North Shore Jewish
(."enter. 620 75th st Miami Beach;
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 I hase
ave.. Miami Beach: Temple Kmanu
El. 1701 Washington ave Miami
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Si ; West Miami Jewish < enter.
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BAL SHORTS!SSiSr
lan University
in Jewish State
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ii.
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\ Israel (WNS)
institution of high-
lur Ilan Univei iity,
here this week ;il
crnl<'(l by more than
including Premier
members of the Is-
md Parliament, rep-
dI 50 univer-itk">
of the world and the
tic corps Greetings
it Eisenhower were
i the President ex
dope that the new
follow the example
wish institutions in
Av- and the name
(.line to stand for
iditions of academic
ael."
mtorial School
irst Woman Cantor
IK iWNSlOpposition
liniment of Mrs. Betty
|he port of cantor of a
plv m Oceanside. Long
kpressed this week by
bi Sacred Music of the
Ion College-Jewish In-
tligion, an institution
jinu of cantors of Re-
plies. The school bas-
ntion on the fact that
V regarded as the first
ar in .Jewish history,
Kantorial training.
traders to Keep
we, Paper Says
MWNS In ;i report
Irii- week, the Sunday
thai at the end
then denazification is
i N l< aders and
? ible to re
i ning into
i I ilollarv
. horities
i ims and
hidden i portanl
intain Ii outs, DM
I I much of
hidden and
itioo will
y
wean

tatoes
pl>ill needed!
I makes you
I lir'' lf> .give*
ad\aniagcs
-"iy other
["") other nx>
f*9 with HEW
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DEVILS FOOD MIX
C*KE MIX
W cost no mt!
Ban Anti-Semitic Conference
In German Province of Hesse
n BONN (WNS>An international
conference of the violently anti-
Semitic "European Social More-
ment." which had been -clieduled
to be held in this city from Auk
13 to 16, has been banned b) DM
Social Democratic Covernment of
[Jesse province One of the princi-
pal leaders of the movement. Dr.
Per Kngdahl of Sweden, personally
called at the HesM Stair Chancery
trT ask for permission to hold the
meeting, but was refused.
Touster Confers in London
On 'Hard Core' Refugees
LONDON (JTA)The suggestion
that the United States open its
doors to Jewish tuberculars or oth-
er chronically ill refugees and
stateless persons as a contribution
to the solution of the refugee prob-
lem, was made here by Ben Tous-
ter, president of the United HIAS
Service, at a press conference. Mr.
Touster said the U.S. should follow
the example of the governments of
Western Europe countries which
have accepted a number of these
"hard core" cases.
JERU8ALBM (JTA) Drastic
steps designed to curb rising prices
and a spiralling inflation have been
approved by a special CaMnd Com-
mittee. The committee Includes
all Ministers handling economic
matters. The plan, entrusted to
special team of economists for im-
plementation. Includes provisions
for resumption of subsidy pa)
menta by the government to keep
the price- of some consumer goods
chiefly fruits and vegetables, at a
level available to mn-i Israelis.
French Group Honors High
School Students in Paris
I'M,IS (JTA)For the third con-
secutive year, the Alliance Israeli
, Universal]* has played Boat to
some :).r) high school boys and girls
from Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and
Haifa. The group was honored at
l reception at Alliance headquar-
ters here attended by French Jew-
ish leaders. French academic fig-
ure.-, the Israel Consul in Paris and
a group ol eight Israel biologists
currently in France on a study
trip.
the Jewish people in the Western
world was spotlighted here by
Louis Rosenberg, noted economist,
in a statistical study of mixed mar-
riages in Canada published by the
research bureau of the Canadian
Jewish Congi'
Shanghai Ghetto Inmates
Eligible for Indemnification
FRANKFURT (JTA)Jews in or
from the State of Hesse, who were
herded into the Shanghai ghetto
by the Japanese in 1945-45, are
definitely entitled-to compensation
on the grounds of illegal custody,
provided they arc otherwise eligi-
ble under German indemnification
legislation. This was learned here
when it became known that the
period has expired during which
the State of Hesse could have ap-
pealed against a verdict of the lo-
cal Superior Court in the Shanghai
ghetto test case filed by Frankfurt
resident Else Sommer.
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%  i PAGE 6 A. •;i-l,CC MCI lin Exchanges Vows baf n j A .MissSni-lAyMc -j -Kilos He With Bernai• S > _' ., ,„ TlM Bronni v Sara-Lee M iM ,„.. .,rdm.na. of with Bern JJ ntx man in 6 pn ,; IV ,. n .n marriage by he Here parent* Kansas '"•' m 6 P h %  J GIWU m marriage evening al tm x lkov lhl iril | ( chose a w* L bi MxSh.p.roa ,,„, ^ ^ „, While hU Miami Beach Fe^ran ^r^^^^s^t^Vm^ ^ d n Ed Herb, i nI,al > r ,h ":';T *!!!.•.„ „ ur .mm > %  .* tb. %  m long to ma... Where in Italy with hilovely Polly iot igraphs around town and I. in a horse-drawn coach on on< ,. daughter ol Hr 1813 South i %  III *l iK'in "" n Salsmag^iore, Parma. With I 1 mail snow Ihc I bei IK ir ti. Le • >l the Mr. and Mrs. '"I Elizabeth, Charles and Dougl... • %  !. (it I At S G. Stratton. Ethel informs us that Margaret Merth ecil st to sec the n. e [her Jenie Altman. offers ii M and M 4 DeOuti i it with I raphi r*> ey< wi havi •rive I n marriage by her father, j white silk taffeta leeves, buttonshoulder neckline delicately outlined by imported alencon lace, which was the name as her shepherd's apron lace embroidered with MOB 1 pearls ,. remoti). her cathedtrain w icaught "P ra into an bustle Her mel) bouffant pearl studded crown ,.f pure silk illu. bouquet %  %  1 • %  of white Arthui Estella lUghtel Helene. Mr and Mrs. Rudy Rost Mi J v V n Evelyn, George Wolpert Gussie, H thoul I Mrs Jock Slo'.lbtig '• : George write* u* Ml yi -••.:-' Author Wolperts effort accounts for their \| ii 111 %  I s( 11) SI < >l 11 H' l'L! • •. in Enoijnd France Italv Gr#ec# Caori Turkey and Israel. ii Reside <>n Beach travels in England France Italy Greece, Capri, Turkey and Israel. achii %  the all these well as they met. Achii ports %  Bernard Frank i vacationing T .i Bernia Jennie Grossinger. Ben Cohen Joan. I • %  1 Marilynda. s y ol Maurie* and Ethel Grossman %  %  Cuet Pui • DeGuttis Maurice with I sion ,., led nd 111 > o. tin honor v r*inMrs J S. M< %  • %  waits length t bJl %  nd long win'-' I pink s.itin and pearl yell and pink satin Bri were Mrs Myles Mrs Jon Marumarud, Mis* l Miss Anne Kaplan, lired in the identical enaoanitroa of honor. I ihers Included Albert Simmons and Joseph Merlin, uncles of the bride, and Jon Marumsrud. The bj I 'tor %  norice Mamch< Newlywed Mrs Hordman. a na Miamian, graduated from Mi High School and attended [.i allege m Columbia, Ho. will graduate from the Iniol Miami m January. Mr Hordman was born in Kansas i Itj and graduated from Went worth Militar) Academy He at tended the I'nivcrsity of HlaaouH and icurrently a student at thej t of M where he will graduate in June His fraternity is Zcta Beta Tau \ dinner and reception followed in the Mgien Following a wedding trip to Tower I>le in Jai the couple will be at home in i oral Cablet after Sept. 25. I *: Mn. Ccrncri S. ^ In Jack emonies Aug 18 at the Empress hotel Rah Writc'l'-PhotOi/l's in Mayei v %  .t N Shore J< a isl OL the dau I Mr I ".28 %  vi v Beach The parent Harrj (I •in. Ton of hoi \h'n •i rg Sol i • with Stan < 1 evil %  ; a hom to N i II iple will %  194" Ir., Not I le Sue Bob to l Feature Published Writer photographer Marion Rubinstein hai d mc it again. This time it I photo story in the AuL'n-t Issue of Farm .lournay. a kisstusin of the Satunlay Evening : Marion who works from her se1 CabfeM home, calls her fi M\ Dial and How it Undid M Misa Rt i publishers say thai she "scrutiniaaa all of the in tthuh women indulge the) diet and pokes gentle %  I the wa> in which they aim eel thai old waistline chaltana \ e. N.t Ted Kaufmans, I during a farewell phone con chooi. ^ > > > > ; This time it Steve Morris, who ca rtot h k, "-• Coa • W h. %  i. ,, ; Roth and Beverly Casset m San Joa • Mis parent-, the Alfred A. Morrises, inform U thai Dr. and Mrs irvir.g Cassei are giving the children %  lovelj I T'' ^"V" V w hl iys From his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Max Morris. ,J> l Tf rt ? Jo T If ''" %  '* > i" Bethlehem N lovelj Barbara. Fred, Wh humor,... rt aujghter to our eyes, wntes us that th M and Mrs George Collier :' their Chula Vista Estate ""and I" red! an.! % %  tored to the mou %  heir children. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Jo„. ect to be back at their North Shore dr. horn, "' • Still starry-eyed over thentrip to Israi ] re the Sam...i c. • torthreemo, e JreeTed 0 etr return by their daughter and mm^. S SXlSJ!^Sm i Shirley and Barney, ol course, to gay hello to Enndn P were aeven-yeawld Bern, and pert liui. Ann. ,JS f, Miriam and Milton Sirkin are taking it easi -.t T-.mim„„, B Mjnam wUl have a rigorous schedule to return to ,,',', ", £ r POM a, pres.dent of the Greater Miami Jewish fJonununity^Center Return l'roin Kxtended VacatioB I Mis Sinaon April, of 1880 SW 11th s t h.ivo returned fr-.m ;,i. itei l< I vacation in NOV Vork and Gootfki While in New York, they hid farewell to their son. who left in Julj for %  rear*a stay in Israeli %  Mended the RCA conlion in FalFhurgh. In Georgia, they visited with children, Mr and Mrs. HerBlumenthal, of Atlanta Miamians N'isil North (aarolina Mrs. 8hh i. Miss Kpsteind Alvin IJnyclR Tami Ii Betl was th '."' Jjn >odl flower i • i'*aa)lj Rabbi Muaii il -st man i slwneOfi cr. hridegnwmcoatav, ard. Alfred and BW"! brother, ol the bride J The'....: %  !,n -33 eraduate '' ''""^J Mr Bro \*f\ is a student at the '•* jhe couple • %  New York on th'" !r ati-.s RJeeaw Mor fl |ffi„ (aouplc Met al Oneji Shahbat 1 iti r Mi i isitmg DunHi i Ii-.nville. N'.C mer vacations include R Roberta, Mr and Mrs Max Hoffman Mrs M I Mrs Joaaj* A Berand daugh uroJ and Mr an.l Mrs Henry trip through Europe and Israel Walds \acatC In Minnii HtitfJ Irooklyn S^JJL i am. 1 Ito*""! mer in H-nds Mrs V, of theM./rachiajaj lion of A" : '-" rt ;lM am. lieach <^ff*Sk tel la>t Saturdaj ><^m Mr Wald i• "^Jf tional exrcM*rtf past chairman "'^aj Youth Fomroi*!*^] Organizat'"" ^^doj Ivnand.s.nrl" f ,, ia World Jewflr



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,ust 19. 1955 *Jewlst)thwrkpin V PAGE 5 A iiss America Flagler Women bra O'Bannion passed on "Diet, Exercise and ning" at a meeting of j\ Croup of the Flaglerfcwi>h Community CenLy. Miss O'Bannion is I \mcrica. Lp also planned a fcr Tuesday. Aug. 23. at laurant in Coral Gables. To Attend Convention Ross Sandier. Hillel AZA. will attend the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization's national convention at Camp B'nai B'rith. Starlight. Pa BOH is Florida region newspaper editor and athletic chairman and District 5's third highest officer. He will be one of nine AZA hoys to represent District 5 at the convention. Giffen Industries Plan Employes Picnic Here Gilto In32E2 d, 1 prc iden t ', continue on through the early evehl,! !%. ZCoral Ga nin *Raymond said. MM, announced Wednesday that plans have been completed for the annual stockholders and employes %  Picnic to be held Sept. 3 at both | Crandon Park and Virginia Beach. It is expected that over 1,000 men. women and children will at tend the affair, which is scheduled Games, sporting events and swimming will be the order of the day. Highlight will be the handing out of certificates by the presi dent to those employes who have breonio eligible for membership in the five. ten. 15. 20 or 25 year to start promptly at 1 p.m. and clubs,of the Giffen organization Membership Meeting Flamingo chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its first membership affair for the year Wednesday evening. Aug. 24, at the home of Mrs. Clarence Burkley, 296 East 3rd ave.. Hialeah. In charge of information are Mrs. Martin Fortran, hostess for the evening, and Mrs. Jack Kirschbaum. president of the chapter. BE A STAR HOUSEWIFE \ KOSHER PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE! PRODUCTS CLEM V Ska CUTS G^ S BAY FOR p OTS AND ^AA PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parvo AJAX cleans links, pots, pans, bathrooms up Jo twice as easy, twice as fast.. hanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right 'own the drainl EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN 'LAUNDRY /-"BATH ROOM YEL $ FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL. FAR FOR %  AD FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any any other leading product, plus — not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps.



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August 19. 1955 -Jewish flcrAfJar? PAGE 9 A fisendrath to be imple Israel's Day Services lauricc N Eiscndrath. presithc Union of American Congregations, will share ?,, Israel's High Holy Day this year, according to an lenient Wednesday. bendrath, leader of Reform in America, with headin New York City, will Ii.nni (o participate with ph K. Narot in the services he month of September. sent building program in (temple land is now ennll make available two mi. Dr. Narot and Dr. B'h will officiate and [ii both sanctuaries on New ),<\ and on the Day of tat. tofessional choirs, led by (cob liornstein of the TcmCantor Paul Beck will [the musical background. rGranada Schedules rship Drive nada Jewish Commu|t ill (.pen its membcrwith an annual party \ evenini Sept II. > liujf planned i }i da'a membership chaired by Mrs. Harold lii assisted b) Mi's. Harold MrMichael Shaw. Mrs Mr. Norman I'allot and Wexelbaum. UiittlesoR is arranging for I sch in Reading iw •'• %  nter Theater Group Hirsch will give a read%  Sam Hirsch School of pietree dr and West 47th ning. THE WEEK IS I SEE Continued from p Jg 44 ihe general welf.re t AnKlo ; Jewish P^ss concern itself with itself S ^t.'.SJSS. B^^S^^-rXr -t saws ttraetrjrassa ss 5 major Jewish .ssues. Secondly. Mr. Liebroans impficat on Srt tS KVd g er a Hon W E2 !TfJ 0thin m0re ad Unet of Federations is offensive in the extreme; his Socratic questionnairefa£ to obscure h,s charge, which has no foundation. If Mr L?ebman obhe fUs FiK C,,V 7^ e 8 ; V6n Federa,ions and Welfare Funds, then fcJZS h H C ? f t 1 iBrt: is the Federation and not indentification with ideological dispute which supports the State of Israel PHILOSOPHY HPT TO OTNffffS S%£ th Z 0n '!: 1 dream fouRht over a Pen 0 *" of m any decades for its fulfillment in the emergence of a Jewish republic, the Engli^hJewish press stood behind that dream as a bastion of journalistic inter pretation and crusading enlightenment. Now that the State is established, the English.Jewish press engages in a constant campaign to muster financial and moral support for it. Philosophical haggling may be left now where rt apparently belongs—to the ZOA. Finally, Mr I.iebman's ultimate complaint is embarrassingly clear in its inter' He would have every Englbh-JewUh newspaper become an ideological mouthpiece for some facet of internal Israeli politic-. Failing that, they become what he calls ignorant" or "apathetic." V\hen he mentions the role of the English-Jewish newspaper in interjlip aervica to %  decoy %  device whose purpose \g to disguise that intent. Upaaivtaa ft a decoy—a device whose purpose la to disguise that intent. The Jewish Floridian has. and will continue, to exprOH Itself] editorially on international issues when the occasion warrants it But it will not ignore its responsibility to the national and the local com-' munities in "non-controversial" matters—as he would seem to have, j Nor will it look upon the daily press as a symbol of excellence to emu-j late in the field of Jewish reporting. If Mr. Liebman will look through its past editorial pages, he will find that hardly a week has gone by' in which this English-Jewish publication, at least, has failed to express its opinion on some major issue in current dispute. If he disagrees, then I suspect that what he wants in the way of editorial indentification is his particular kind of indentification. Under such circumstances, I am afraid he will never be satisfied. for Youth Aliyah I Group of Hndaslursda; I the Sagamore SisselrJNB was ot t hi 1 ard game affair h 1 Youth Aliyah is of Israel Fund Raising Event First fund raising of the year for .Miami Beach chapter. B nai B'rith Women, will be a weiner roast, swim dance and card party at the Boa Gull hotel Monday evening. Aug. 22. Minnette Duckman and Jean Su.ut/ are in charge of information. High Holy Day Tickets Tickets for the High Holy Dflya will ik' available at Tifereth Israel Northsidc Center starting Sunday. Aug. 14. according to an announcement this week Nate Rosenberg and Leon Goldberg are in charge of sales. I' Auxiliary. Will hold a rdaj • 1 ening, Aug. 20. '• pool. Mi and Mrs, Harry Schuld> chairmen. tag [II.up,, Marx's young son dad what happens to %  Who never tell the rpo answered: "They It" work lor the weather PHONE JE 8-5669 CATERERS LINCOLN MANOR !" N r "On the Octon" 7 Vournv iHnners tront M.6'. 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+jent>for***!!L PAGE 10 A Frid Q y.Aa Moroccan Istiqlal Assures Jewry Continued from Page 1 A ish Moroccans helps Moroccan independence," the statement con-, eludes. Simultaneously, (he Moroccan Office of Information and Docu mentation issued another state ment reviewing the rights o£ the Jews in Morocco. The statement. issued under the title "Background on the Situation ot Jewish Morocrc.nl-: %  The Jews, who found refuge in from Spanish i>< rsec JM th nth century, have er lived in inequality. Thej I always had complete fredom ship an.l independence within communities ,. police, synagof rochial education and the li itii n ol public bi Nev( r have restr ct been placed upon them 1 lo i their pr< I to • : gage in commerce both home and abroad sured thi m; at a time when a itism was widespread all over theirs v. ivileged i %  on. Moreover, they were under the -!"i ial proti oi the g h even I ains the ttain It ;rthy that peans wh i have wanti travel fn 11> and with i ase in Morocco have disguised ihi i .. lews to pass protected an I ed Joint AFL-CIO Group Leaves To See Israel Rabb, Leon Kron;sh left epiritual leader of Temple Btfh Sholom. discusses with D. "^STSTrTS chairman, the des.gn for the new sanct, -ch .s he "nr^s nf beina completed i !" hip dating the process of being completed I coming High Holy Days. Vliami Youngsters Youth Group At Blue Star Holds Mom • • [hi following SI e Marks Madi line Palaj auline Sayman, Marilyn Bauman Third Summer Canteen tl <, -I, Btion don with thr i %  • Bt< immunity tenter let n i t the Rimn Tuesd ing. msors were Menorah chapter rlillel AZA Theme for the evening wai "The Western 3eth David Nursery: To Initiate State Licensed Program •Beth David Congregation ii Carolyn Weinkle. fcllen Bolkei Nursery School Chairmen taking the lead once again, thiI)( lla Bernstein, Arthur Lazanif time in the nurser} department B „ h chaikin. Frances Lazarus Meet at Beach Branch level.' Charles Cropper, chairman i Rober F|s ,, ur SyW „,,,.„„ Gu Barbai irg, Charlotte Glyck Roundup." Bill Pintzow Linda ft'einkle, Barbara Boiki r Jimmj Madalin. Kennj Rosen. Ann Margulia Michelle Pivar, J< in Hern-tem Enie Bolker, X: Rosen Steve < haikin, Bruce Hech lindu Dressier, Burin Grosstni Dance committee wai compoeed : Linda K Brown, Gloria Komi; Bobbii Rappaport, Flora Lefko11 e Schwartz, Bernie Wolf son Larrv I'arncs ami Max Miles. Cutole and Sidnev Lewis Dunes Readies for December Ooening of the board of educati unc id thiweek "We intend to initiate the lir-t nurw rj and kindergarten program, which will be liccn>cd under the Florida Si iti '•' %  elfan Boat the quin men! rid pro I lh< nc less i childn been el led 'or the latti r part ol D th Davids nursery sch I Let un lei • %  '"' whi n scho I opei Bead test luxurj resort i man e. and 170th -t supervise the pro .• i • %  chil v I I lei < dren will rec nefit of their rich An Initial meeting of the county nurser) school committee ol 'he Greater Miami Jewish Community Center took place on Tuesday at the Town Branch chairmen ol the GMJt I nuraerj i parent groupi ..• d their committees met to discuss important polii %  : [ecting the opera tion ol the three schools tor the coming school y ar Chairmen are Mi S Jomon Kam f thi B< I i h kin %  Hai i.-• n Pii kat ol the rid Mi PI Continued from Pae 1 A Reuther and Biemie will be accompanied by fudge Simon Sobel <>ff. I S Solicitor deneral and Governor Theodore R. McKcldin of Maryland, who have been invited bj CIO to make the trip and wit Den ihe eeremoi, rhi five AFL delegates win left are: Anthony Ballerini. business :-,.,„, I 18t7, Inter ;il (i. kM of Machinists; n, gentnJ vice president. International Asso c iatioa ol Machini 11 Georgt Calender, president Colorado Cede ration <•! i iboi Harold J. Gibbons, ateretary-treasurer, l^x-al 688. Intorna tional Brotherhood of Teamster*. St Louis, Missouri, and K. EL Williams, pn I ma State Panel Discussion Due At Lodge Luncheon A panel discussion on the State ,d Israel Bond* Development Issue will highlight the weekly luncheon meeting Ol the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'nth Tuesday. The program ischeduled for noon in the Florentine room of the I)i I.ido hotel Participant! in the panel will bo William Bernstein, %  Guardian of Israel; Sidney (ilazier. city manager for Israel Bonds in Greater Miami, and Gerald Schwartz, assistant city manager Bornstein is ;i former chairman of the High Holy Day appeal for Israel Bonds in Washington. DC. All are members of the Beach Lodge. Gerabon Miller, chairman of the B'nai B'rith luncheon meetings, and Michael Sossin. president, said that members and non-members are invited to the Tuesday meeting. !" "at,onofu d'^ates are: iHZ.1 v President, of Atomic Workers; w ""*"> • IreaJ Council; JamesHWi ,r,c, %  Imted si America. and h ^l relations director Auto Worl -, r> Your doq bites the m Ootl your U ImuroiM* sfMiJ poym*M forks meditol tisivn rOf rrt# ony orW Arthur M. Richord L I Dcn.el L PHONE 9-7555 KAHN&A1 fsuarreawi Af 998 S.W. First] ~'WWW\~-A_ DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YOlj M. LIEBERMAN & SONS Of MOOKLYN. 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FAGE 2 B HEAVY SCHEDULE INCLUDES: ta^Ml^i to Make import Blood Contribution Voui ,h Miami Jewish in null v Gerald Ftothbard. ip, which meets 50 ,-.\ Id i [ill n to its V I \ ll I n tx ship drivi \ 21. 1 i : v Miss Pricilla Rosenfeld, ol Ihe Anli' i • %  Fascell Labels Proposal to Move Miami VA Office as Pare Politics' • plant, transfer all but a sk. ,,: %  : %  Miami Veterans Admin ing in th< Miami • ,ion office to Passa-Grille making the Miami offic. notfi Fascell said thai iho news ol the ,, E more than a regional came as a complete surpris ., ( ,, nU 1 onferences had been ^ fof |f| „„„„.,,,.,„. with hioffice pnor to the ,.,,.. \,i ncemenf "' with ,h x -I'd iikr to point out." he said ministration for a fu "ih.it this office is being moved to ol this abrupt Bnd unwarr onl; Ri publican district in -. r i> ry I will i Flori la and thai %  % %  ( „. a > ... inv stl • %  i SAFETY FIRST Make sure your valuable! and important papers are really safe. REN! a MERCANTILE SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX today on yearly contract as low as $4 plus federal Tax. Mercantile Safety Deposit Corporation at MERCANTILE NATIONAL IANK Of MIAMI MACH IMCtHN tO0 WAMMMOTOH JtVIMjl Dan HOTEL MOTEL AND APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS COMPLETE UNE OF LINENS • CANNON SHUTS • BLANKETS • BED PADS • SPREADS • PILLOW CASES • RATH TOWELS • PLASTIC GOODS • DISH TOWELS Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 NX 9th Strttt Air Conditioned Mr** 3-8737 AMU Partial GLASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE ** ** ST0RI F R0NT PlATI ond W1ND0W cuss Paralhm Tops, Beveled Mirrors onrf Itesifvering Our Jpecio.'fy I~ & U. Class anil .Mirror Works i M.I. i %  i wet tviva Kai ir:,l; membership: thbard scrapbook Anshe Ernes Plans Siyum Hatorah m Hatorah ii In the offing in >ri Anaha Km. id, near futa road* by the i mi rnberi <>f the \ ixili : according ti i • I luweek iii u.irecantl) prt> b| Mi and Mrv Mornnerman. Mr Zimmerman >s IIIMvice preaidemt. MiZimmerman, now in |sra>'' iformer vice praatdaart Bridge Group Meets Thursdaj rvrning. Aug 25. the i ommittee of Louis l |i i. Auxiliary, Free Sons of Israel, will meet at the home of MrHj Edwarda, 110 "NW 43rd pi iii plan and prepare a budget praaaatad t" members at the first meeting of the coming season. 'Night in Vit^ D e at Concert '"'" 1,,r *he w*wJ 20. will ha AN f,„, •a for tJ % %  li-uJ! pianist S 1 "' lr m la* '" musical commaj.worl rt; Ufa*, thoven will be ( ri Roof Le *


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Noted Organization Worker Dies in Hurricane Connie SEW YORK (.ITA)-Jewish welfare and cultural organic irned Wednesday the death ol II Sobel and hi> wife, Minna. perished in the disaster in sapeake Bay when hum nie wrecked the pleasure ;,,i Loin J. Marvel on whuh were spending their vac ,Sobel, who was M, was one he most prominent Jewish soworkers in the United States .. executive director ol the ish Child Care Association o! York since 1947. Earlier, he tne ,., .t ol secretary ol the t Distribution Committee for years n< '• '" lhe YM-YWHA • • men! and in Jew; > e leration work. During 1947e wa! president of the Nation..,.,.., lewish Communal .. ^ the central bod) ol Jewish ,1 workers in this country, ng 1848 4't he was vi • ol th International Confer i i Jewish S i ial Work. • rs Minna Sobel was active in .. sah and in ial activties TM %  an I Mr el on a H missi w lh( Mr el was .. Youth R< %  -i He v.. %  he I the v i MRS GOLD.E MIKOLITSKV .... WRS 1 Mori, Newl> formed North Hade chapparty to be held ln x £ l t „., „t \\ omens American ORT met ture. The T uesd ly ^**P rues da> e vening at the home of | the form of a memhlj?f MRS. SARAH LEI low's H. Sobfl %  LOL IS R ENCELVAN \ %  %  M %  L AN POLANC, v Gordon Funeral Home M T 6*,4H LEO A OSTROFT CORDON • KiR. STEINER • ANDRE. V CRAMER \ %  %  Ncomi Hadassah N H ti will i i" the • Mrs 1 • B in s\\ 19th tei M i da) night, CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH Mo J erait'y Air Conditioned, Beoutilul Synoooque 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach ANNOUNCES THAT THE OFUCf IS OPEN THE ENTIRE DAY UNTIl 10 P.M. E0R THOSE WHO WiSH TO RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR SEATS, FOR THE COMING HIGH HOLIDAY SEASON The committee will be present at thi S,no9ogue to help you select the seots ot your choice-lf YOU OBTAIN THEM NOW. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAU THE OFFICE, JE 8 1521 The Spiritual leader RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Prominent Speaker and Kenowned Cantor KNOWN AS THE YERUSHALMY Will Conduct Services and Deliver the Sermons Rabbi Rockovsky to Chant the Slichos Saturday night (Sun. 1 a.m. Septen.ber 10th Serving the Jewimh I 'ortiiminiJ ot J Greater Miami with Honor and Dintinelion lor Over a Quarter ot a Ortfiiri GORDON FUNERAL HOHE MIAMI BEACH IN MIAMI 1333 Dade Blvd. 710 S.W. 12th A* Phone JE 1 7677 Phone 33431 IKE CORDON, licensed Futttro! Director Why MRS. LALLY L DERCER %  MRS. DORA WEr.BfRO i. JACK M REAVES li, MRS. CLARA VIRSHUP %  >: %  %  i SAMLEL J ALTERMAN .. I'olnl 'I "' X ^ i!. Ma nd %  KurvI\ i tw. Ml %  nd K .HI. M x! "'" %  i %  %  IH by Hi Funeral I JOSE ROEL iy, Who n oni t lamfurd, HI. I Au| He li VHci M : h. a w>n, Jon* I. ,,f Bui kln.hann hire, Kv [lanrl two | ilren. Ser\le i • 12 In 'lordon'i Miami Hi n li pel, wUh but Ial In W Ha* n I.T MAX COHEN retli i-d gen< ral deportmant .,!,,,, ,,f 303U '"IMliBVC 'I" '1 :• ii no h.-i %  11 iaara in Rannke, Va He leavei tua \< :, Dorothy, of Miami Beach; ;i non, Ai rii rolby, Atlanta, Ga.; and ISRAEL DIAMOND, President RABBI MEYER KATZ, Secretary HYMAN ZAIDMAN and LOUIS CIMENT, Vice Presidents THE BETH EL HEBREW ACADEMY Miami's Only ilvhrviv All fJfiif Svhuol has enlarged its facilities and is now registering children in the following departments: A JEWISH FLORIDIII IN EVERY JEWISH HOME IN GREATER MIA1 BECAUSE ... • It enlarges the fund of knowledge of Jewish • It widens one's Jewish horizon and viewpoiat. • It deepens one's understanding of Judaism. • It stimulates Jewish solidarity and Jewish • It promotes the highest interests of our peotki our faith. • It disseminates Jewish ideals. • It affords a medium wherein the Jewish petfbi give expression to their charitable, social adi tural enterprises, to their national life od %  tions, to their religious life and its manifestations. KINDERGARTEN GRADE 1 GRADE 11 GRADE HI GRADE IV We effer an intensive, traditional Jewish education with a well integrand and progressive program of general studies -modernity of pedagogical methods fully accredited by the County School System certified, expert and experienced teachers modern and wellventilated and bestequipped classrooms excellent playground facilities da y hot lunches fully insured bus service reasonable tuihon limited number of pupils per teacher ENROLL YOUR CHILD IMMEDIATELY come, write or phone THE BETH EL HEBREW ACADEMY 500 S.W. 17th Avenue P^ M ,. Zm A parentI |j never so tall a. when he stoop, to bring hi. child clow to hU heritage and de.tin y SUBSCRIBE fflR SUBSCRIBE] Annual Subscription $3.00 MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY rhUf, MiMwr IJwker, .*... : n<.kI-***2aCUV.£^Va^^*2S*i^S*>SB' knisl ihiHnr P O BOX 2973, MIAMI It, FLORIDA Enclosed please find MOO for which you will •"*" TH FLORIDIAN for ont yoar fo: Name Address City Zone State Pltase notify th. rocieiont that thi. •ukr'P' # rt y gift. S.an.d Adalrew



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fewiislh-IEIl/Diriidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 33 Miami, Florida, Friday. August 19, 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS l<*5 President Opens Consultation On Formation Of Cabinet PARTY RA PS COIONIAIS mean Nationalists Issue \atement Assuring the Jews Of Equal Rights Under Law YORK (JTA)—The Moroccan Office of Information and Docue i--ued a statement to the press on behalf of the Istiqtal y ceo saying that "there is no justification for the fear that denl Morocco the Jews would suffer from discrimination jr The statement, signed by Ahmed Balafrej, secretary ill tin' [stiqlal Party, reads: Hi attempt to discredit the national movement of Morocco, •French colonial circles have accused the Moslem population of antiSemitic sentiments towards the Jews. As a matter of fact, no specifically Jewish problem exists in Morocco, where Jewish and Moslem communities have existed side by side for centuries in mutual tolerance, respect and understanding. Both are victims of a colonial regime which has ruled their country since 1912; both are struggling and making sacrifices to bring about their common national aspirations. "There is no justification for the fear that in an independent Monaco the Jews would suffer from discrimination in any form. Jewish Moroccans will be citizens equal both in law and in fact with Moslems. They will enjoy the same rights and will be under the same obligations: their religious liberty will remain untouched. The greatest service that can be rendered tfiem is to help them do away with the colonial regime which has exploited and repressed them. Morocco is their country, its lrccdom is their freedom; who helps the Jew)P LiADERS it AFL-CiO (up leaves ISee Israel IORK (JTA) — A joint lion "i nine top a: leaden left the U.S. Vednesdaj for a ten-day reel Their trip is spanfine Vmerican Christian 1 nittee and by the "niKt'cc for Labor Isi they will be guests Israel's Pederast • i!i<' second joint I 1 ition to visit Israel labor movement. I the party will inn activities, labor it ions, and welfare UN idrul Thty will Vvi\ bj Moshe Bar> repre entative in now in Israel president of Biernie, prei Ideal lion Workers of. %  • i Israel in time da> ceremonies the Philip Murray I .tin, on the Philip Murray I ition contributed ill" construction 1 i nter, and Histapp| shared In the cost of "i with a similar amount. inued on Page 10 A Mapai Prepared for Broad Coalition but Will Refuse To Accept Herut and Reds JERUSALEM —Israel President Itzhak Ben Zvi began consultations Wednesday with the representatives of various parties, looking toward the formation of a new government to replace the Cabinet of Premier Moshe Sharett which resigned Tuesday. The Sharett Cabinet will remain as a caretaker government until a new coalition is forged. First to visit the President were members of the Mapai leadership, who told him they were ready to • participate in the broadest possible coalition, excluding only the Herut and the Communists. They also conditioned their readiness to lead a coalition upon the principle of collective responsibility — namely representatives of the Mizrachi and Uapoel Hamizrachi called on Mr. Ben Zvi and expressed their willingness to join a coalition including all parties except the Communist. They wanted a sovernment President Sen-Zvi opens consultations EIGHT DEPUTIES ARE NAMED alition must support in Parliament whatever legislation the government proposes. After the Labor Party leaders. that each member party of the cowinch would pledge that the Jewish way of life" would be fostered in Israel. Also they demanded that there be freedom for relif Jews to select the schools to which their children went and the type of settlement in which they would reside, and that there be "freed.>m of self-expression"' in the country. They suggested that the representatives of the largest party (Mapai) be asked to form a | v ernment. The Progressive leadership i ed on the President next and also urged a broad coalition exclu only the Communists. The Pi dent was scheduled to meet late Wednesday with the General Zionistand the Agudah parties, and with the other party leader Thursday. Continued on Page 10 A New Parliament Holds First Meet As Sprinzak is Reeled ed Speaker; Ben-Zvi Praises Confab at Geneva JERUSALEM (JTA>—The members of the third Israel Parliament were sworn in Wednesday'by President Itzhak Ben Zvi while cheering, crowds surrounded the building. Shortly afterwards. Joseph Sprin*ak was rcelected Speaker of the Knesset. He was the only man nominated % and received a unanimous vote, with only the Communist deputies abstaining. After the election of Mr. Sprinzak, Premier Moshe Sharett • informed the Knesset that his go*HOSTILE ATTITUDES REPLACED? Moscow Organ Warns Against Anti-Semitism as Lenin Cited NEW YORK (JTA)—For the first time in many years an official .i_ .. %  n .... „r ik —- Pninn unnoamH with an ', government, Mr. Ben Gurion will orsan of the Communist Party of the Soviet I nion apptarea wiin an '. .-__:_.. _...: c—uu. t hc New York Times actually begin his negotiations with ernment was resigning. The House also named eight Deputy Speakers, each representing a different major party. The decision on the timing of the next meeting was left to %  temporary •arrangements committee." Since it is clear, however, that the President will fir.st ask David Ben Gurion, Mapai leader, to form 'noTfsr to Consider idy's Appeal IGTON (JTA) — The |artment has set up a spe'f officers to hear the i>ftene Landy. 21-year-old luth, who was denied a Ngn's commission on the P 1 •' Ins mother had once pnmunist and because he to his mother." Mr. honor student, was grad% ni the Merchant Marine %  1 Kings Point, Long r of the Navy Charles '" intervened in the article sharply warning against anti-Semitism. ...^ --reports. The report emphasizes that "explicit attacks on anti-Semitism \ J* nou / > ..,. ., •• :_ w *—' President is still going through the party leaders while the have been absent from" internal propaganda themes" in Moscow for quite a time. It then quotes an article which appeared in last month S issue of "Party Life." organizational magazine of the Communist Party of the USSR, as declaring: "While fighting all forms of bourgeois nationalism, the Communist Party turns the attention of workers to the special harm of anti-Semitism. V. I. Lenin, in his speech 'On the Persecution of Jews in Pogroms' exposed the criminal policy of capitalists, designed to inflame hatred toward Jews in order to divert workers' attention from their real enemy— from capital. 'Shame to accursed Czarism, tormenting and persecuting Jews,' Lenin said. 'Shame to those who sow hatred to Jews. who sow hatred to other nations.' The Communist Party has always carried on a relentless struggle against anti-Semitism as a phenomenon deeply hostile to the Soviet structure." Pointing to the anti Zionist ^nd anti-Jewish campaigns which had been conducted in Soviet Russia public uproar over the %  Jon, led by a protest I H Lehman, said ^Jigating board would from 1949 to the arrest of Jewish n'ly an opportunity to|ci< m 1953, the Times says: anally and present his | "The practical impact of the pas ease. sage in Party Life apparently is to order Soviet Communists to combat anti-Semitism along with similar feelings of hatred of other minority groups in the Soviet Union. Similar discussions in earlier Continued on Pago 2 A formalities. Observers here believe that Mr. Ben Gurion faces a difficult task in forming a new coalition—a job which may take him from four to six weeks. The President arrived at the Knesset promptlyat 4 p.m., acConrinued on Pago 2 A Jose** Sprimtmk rocketed Speaker AFTtRMATH OF BANDUNG CONFERENCE Turkey Joins Asia-Africa Bloc at UN UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Turkey has joined the Asian African bloc which the Arab League has been building in the United Nations since the close of the Bandung conference in Indonesia last April. Word of the Turkish decision to adhere to the bloc was passed to Asian and African delegations here by Edward A. Kizk, Charge d'Affaires for Lebanon and this month's chairman of the Asian-African caucus here. The Asian African bloc has held two meetings this summer, both officially devoted to problems ol colonialism and problems of racial discrimination affecting their regions. The group has already prothree amendments to the agenda of the next General Assembly, which convenes September 20, backing nationalist movements in Morocco, Algeria and West Iran. However, it is common knowledge here that the Arab League's principal interest in keeping the Asian-African nations together as a single bloc concerned the possibility of organizing all of the Asian and African countries as a pressure group again-t Israel. Turkey's adherence to the bloc was engineered, however, not by any of the Arab delegations but by Arthur S. La It current chief of the Indian delegation. Some circles here saw the possibility that Turkish adherence to the bloc might work in favor of Israel since Turkey is at odds with Egypt on most of the significant international policies affecting the Middle East.



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PAGE 6 B RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph N Officiating. Cantor Jacob Hern Mem will render the musical por lions ol tin' littur # • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Fridaj eveat 6:30 S are at 0 ... Lerer and Cantor Fishel Lutuill officiate Kiddush will R bbi Ever will discuss • es ol the Fathers at 6 15 p m ic ha will follow at 6 43 Dailj il H a m. and 8 45 : with n e % %  scheduled for i; p.m. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will Frid ning services at S tui li j morning sen ,t 8 49 Rabbi Yaako\ i: [ficiate and discuss the kly Portion He will also lead ;cussion ol Ethics ol the l %  5 43 Mincha will follov Daily services i (l1 a.m. Daily services are at I •"" •" ,,, 6:45 p.m BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Frida; services al %  Saturdaj morning Beckei •The Jewish i Class in ralmud is schedule I ,rning : the Fathers will b. dos. Mr • will %  BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hi servic. !i! Candlelitfhtinff Tune Elul 1 — 6:33 p.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL ervic< %  Iser MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION I S I ISRAELITE CENTER • %  %  S in* Ic and ha will !' %  I >. 111 > TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM I %  %  %  CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER day mon KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold r !i i ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will ';: Brill will HurwitJ TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER "ill hold Fl t 8:30 R :; will preach on the topi. • will to are at rmon will be K ddush will 1ls ..i Greater Miami arc urged to tact immediatelj the B Jewish Education for intei placement, she said Schools ffiliated with the Ru include the followii •h El 5()0 s\v 17th a Jewish i 20 i |. ,,, %  oral Gablt • Flagler-Grai ish ( enter 50 N\\ 51st pi Knes Israel, 1415 Eucli. Miami h Miami Hebrew Sch lei, lioi M\ 12th ave.; North Shore Jewish (."enter. 620 75th st Miami Beach; Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 I hase ave.. Miami Beach: Temple Kmanu El. 1701 Washington ave Miami Beach; Miami Hebrew School. 1101 Si ; West Miami Jewish < enter. 5720 SW 17th st.; WorkmenI n cle Schools. 1545 SW 3rd st and 25 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. y Complete and Dependable Tifle Service M IAMI TITU iOktmctCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE m rs-s— ,.._ SCKVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE m TOGUST BROS ft V/ Is the OMT l J Title Insurance r-elicie. ol Kansas City Titlt Insurant. Ce tPa/, $,.;„, t ftltrM| fjrceee" $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 GIFFEtl INDUSTRIES. INC. CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA SUB-CONTRACTORS PECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALLATM ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEELGYPSUM ROOFI ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH 41 V ENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSUUI EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DES SOLAR WA TER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRIC ALBC FOR 2-S YEARS 2ualtUf-Se%uice-Vuu FREE ESTIMATES "lake a Firm Hold on Your Future STOP WISHING START HAVING! Open Your Dade Federal Savings .1 count >0V Your SAVINGS htro art INSURED P to SIO.OQtN | the Federal Sonngi end Leon IniurorK* Con<* | Your SAVINGS hero will URN liberal iink**\ you twice a yeor of the eurroat rot* of 3 F* annum. MAN OFFICE 45 N E. Firtt AIHM §•* noo* ALLArATTW I l400N.w.Ha Dade Federal EDISON CENTEI IIANCH 57*7 N.W. 7lk A TX" 1 At*' &f 01 s-w*•' JOSEPH M. UPTON tatMwt Our Resources Exceed 10 Millw" *** mtmkt, ..r effkei oow ••<*"" tvI "ff ir Y roar t.„.i„K. nth frlico h "TT7Z • • M. t>Ka afNco* frUmy i f •• '• ^



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tugust 19. 1955 WS of the in REVIEW -Je*ist rhrkttar PAGE 3 B 1EK UNITED STATES ing from a four-week trip to Israel and Europe, Gov. Averell ,i New York made this statement on the Summit meeting "There WU tone value out of the Geneva conference, but ippointing. The Kremlin didn't budge an inch. ." As for visit to Israel. GOV. Harriman had all praise. Speaking at louse luncheon of the UJA of Greater New York, the COY. i [in iv enter the Presidential race in 1956— urged that the lies'enter into a security pact with Israel. we all have a right." he declared, "to urge our government Hh these negotiations for a security pact, and to hope it may i! and he a step forward toward a development of more Dationships." • Rabbi Isidor B. Hoffman, student counselor ; University, was among 40 signers of a statement, issued %  which called upon Americans to repent for the dropping of omb on Hiroshima. Some of the other signers included Pickett and author Lewis Mumford. The statement urged leanshould turn to "the power of love." Discussing the leni. the New York Times had this to say in its leading It Saturday: "For Whom the Bell Tolls"—"Ten years ago modern war reached its ultimate expression when an dropped on Hiroshima. Japan, an atomic bomb that than 78,000 human beings. Today we can make bombs II more people and devastate wider areas at a single ossibly destroy all life on this earth. Western democracies did not begin this kind of diabolism, it. Nevertheless, and because in war cruelty always drives followed Hitler. After he had destroyed large parts of e and our allies destroyed German cities. Likewise, in -.e crime of Pearl Harbor and for the purpose of reducing r of our infantry, we created havoc in Tokyo and other by old fashioned means. These were no more merciful j Ibomb We destroyed the guilty and the innocent by fire I ve destroyed them by the atomic explosion. In these rs it lies within our power to toll a bell that will be a requiem man has loved and hoped for on this earth. Or it could I lion ol this generation to set pealing the hellof the world thai war has been forever abolished. But in either case It ask for whom the bell tolls—or rings. It is for us." [Balabanov, secretary of the Union of Bulgarian Jurists in illowing statement last week on Bulgaria's murderous the El AI plane: "The irresponsible act of Communist rds in Bulgaria, which ended in death for 58 innocent pas rmhtb outraged world opinion. It Baa brought sadness to in exiles, and has intensified their distaste for the r, n| | ; i who have just cast another infamous blot ol tinfatherland Lia rules on School Bible and Prayers: "The Bible may not public school classes for religious purposes. It may be used literary historical or other non-religious purpose. The be distributed through the public school system. not be made a part of the curriculum of the ese conclusions were reached by California At-; Edn nd G Brown and Deputy Attorney General George No. 53 266, handed down recently in response to j %  the State Board of Education. Sj folf Wind, an Israeli, is one of six artists selected by the | { lion for an international panel "to ensure a wide live talent from which to draw for designs of UN postage released in 1956. Born in Germany. Mr. Wind settled in The publication of a new Haggadah telling the heroic Warsaw Uprising has been proposed by Dr. Isaac I. director ol the World Jewish Congress' Organization Demethod of immortalizing the epic event and of making ds anniversary and of the World War II Churban in petual Memorial Day for world Jewry'. • Wfl teen-agers ol the IS and Canada will participate in the eight-day irersity Torah leadership Seminar to be held from Aug. 25 at the University's main academic center in New York. ISRAEL Minister spokesman has announced that the Bulgarian has been informed that Israel has canceled her particiInternational Trade Fair scheduled to open in September tulgaria. The 58 bodies of the air travelers who were Bulgarian planes July 27 were buried on Thursday, Aug. ion grave in the Plain of Sharon. They were given a State He Israeli Navy has purchased two British Destroyers. With (on. the Israeli Navy becomes the strongest in the Middle pirkey. David Ben Gurion, "the most unpredictable man finds himself in a dilemma in his choice of coalition Mapai. Israelis hold that he will have to give some conMenachem Begin'a Herut Party which has emerged as the St in the country. PEOPLE Department has just released in booklet form John address delivered at the Festival of Faith" in San 1! In it Dulles attests; "The successes of the UN have I dmto those throughout the world who believe that there iviiuCreator of us all. ." present, the 75 to 80 group had the I tory. During the later period they rSE r mber With P erCent h ave been considerably older. During the early period, the residents admitted were generally I cr more infirm and more inc; younger, healthier and ambula-1 fated. Irving Cypen Home Finishes New Institutional Study Continued from Page 1 B made in other parts of the country. I think they have real meaning for the entire community in that they indicate the urgent need for noninstitutional resources and services and programs so that as many of the senior citizens as possible may be helped to remain in the general coinmunity There is a growing trend throughout the country of providing home care so that even the chronically ill or long-term pa tient may remain in his own home and not be institutionalized." Prom IMS to 1951, uhen the Home was on SW 12th avc only 13 percent of those admitted were 75 years or over on date of application From 1951 to July 31. 1955, 56 percent of all Bdmiaaionj were 75 or over. Among the applicants now being processed. 68 percent are 75 years or over During the 1945-51 period, the 70 to 75 age group had the largest number of admissions, amounting to 31 percent. From 1951 to the ii \uce Brown Meet Wednesday Brown Auxiliary F War Veterans will I 'iing. Aug. 24. |lican club. 1 uitainmcnt will Iiuth Uraidtnan, pro' Plans will be dis IParty at the Kendall Children on Aug. 27. Seidle is child wel Spinoza Forum Sunday How to Achieve Health and Happiness I>c>pite v Adversities will be the topic of dteWIIJnii SunIday evening at the Spinoza Out door Forum, 11th st. and Ocean jet. Harry Kershaw, president of the Health and Happiness Club, will speak. Also appearing will be Lillian Everts, Sonia Weiss and Dr N. S. Hanoka. Workshop Held President of Hillel '•'I the B'nai B'rith puation'i teen age rkshop. on Thursday, [223 East Flagler st. •cond workshop to on this topic. Tower Tackle Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE.. MIAMI 1008 N.E. 10th AVE. FT. 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Published every Friday tlnct M**. N. E Sixth Street. Muml It, wJenisriloridtiiri imlMT 120 N. E. Sixth Steel OFFICE and PLANT 120^. Telephones 2-ll4i___*^ __ ,„tM UW K h During The Week ... \ •y LEO MINDLIN I s *• jewlth Florida. ^r 7 — SUBSCP^-C T N excluaivt of one another. ,wu iTo begin with. Mr. Liebman makereference to gd Frirlav Auqust 19. 1955 iri ,,„. Aug 7 ediUoa of the Miami Daily Newt which Number 33 w|(() )h( klllbutz n i. srae |. He then mi (JJJJ LEO MINDLIN News Editor Elul 5715 Herot Divides and Conquers The recent election in Israel still fails to crystallize so that a more definite picture of the Jewish State's political future may emerge. The one sharp development there, which was clear from the beginning but which like ether aspects of the election has not yet been fully explained, is the tremendous advance made by the extreme right Herat party. According to statistics. Herat is now the second strongest party in the country, having captured 87,561 ballots, or over 13 percent of Israel's total vote. This means that the extreme right has better than doubled its strength in Israel. Whereas Herat held eight seats in the last Parliament, it now holds 16. Although the gap between the Herut position and that of Mapai. it LoyTy^W-. !" P ,es <"* Cen "" S l0CQ : throughout our city. the very well-spring of his people. We aim to show Miami's unafiiliated residents that they are divorcing themselves from Cultural and Spiritual -deals 'hat are rightly theus and. in do.na so. are negating the high est meaning of Judaism in their lives the achievement of m :ie Jewish commun We are certain that other local organizations with 40 seats in Parliament, s* eat must not be forgotten that Mapai lost considerwll] jo .. II as the s P ir,,u !J^ a£ JJ" able ground during tl lion. Eldi^en Gunon's observa the Rabbinical .• ion, to achieve this %  appear no fear of e leadership of Isrc^. observers only an S oi British MP's Herberl '•'-' ett Janner are more [ewish State. Both Mr. Fanner have charged .'. em assuring the Herut victory in Is feel that American and British pcli; a East, which increasingly isolates the Jewish State and which shows increasing favoritism toward the Arabs, ga< d to the ex:: vhich to sow end reap the seeds of Israeli malcontentWhat Herut campaigners did, according to :i and Mr. Janner, was to : in the Jev :te. ed of c increased Arab provocc Thus. .' %  Btrangel) ol of modeiaticn foi iicat. .d conquer method Ii Herut s increased rve to advance I be able to tl in and Janner and say: He re." • • • What Roie for Religion Indications are that tne joint Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi bloc of 12 deputies in Israel's Parliament may be prepared to enter a coalition government which Mcpai leaders have been A Hope Proves Vain Reports coming from North Africa indicate that • sh community there is in constant danger. In Rabat, where a large Jewish population thrives, Jewish stalls end shops have been closed for weeks in fear of Moslem gangs. We suppose the world had hoped vainly that such conditions should never again show themselves after the destruction of the late Nazi threat. Now, a new leader is risen. He is Sheikh Mohammed Djait, who expresses complete opposition to permitting non-Moslems to take part in the government or administration when Morocco becomes autonomous. This position, of course, stands in sharp opto that adopted by the Bey of Tunis and the Neo-Destcur Party. Both have given ..t assurances that the Jews will enjoy l in an independent Tunisia, eikh somehow sorrowfully reminds us o! Hitler's racist Nuremberg laws; we are. howat a particular loss to understand how his i of religion barriers can prove acto masses of people who have, themn victims of o; [ a for n geneiai.ons. One particularly sad n tlly disheartening situation is the statsued by the Morocco Istiqlal Party office of inform in New York Wednesday the French with accusing the Moslems of Semitism in an effort "to discredit the movement of Morocco." Once again, an innocent Jewish commu is being used as the butt for the political and religious ambitions ol other peoples. As we attempting to form. I !" Sa ld the hope has proved vain that such Tu u a J J bat es "or hould never aqain plaque This hint was offered during the past week mankind. The d.sappointment comes so soon by Moshe Shapiro. Israel Minister of Religion after the Great Wafto enTmanny ana leader in the Labor Mizrachi movement. Particularly striking, was Mr. Shapiro's emphasis on the fact that Israel can not become a secular state. "It is impossible to separate the state from religion," he said, "and although it is impossible to interfere in the private lives of citizens, the public and state life must be religious." This position cer'ainly rings strangely in the ears of American Jewry, which has, for many generations, solidly aligned itself with those forces fighting against the incursion of religion into state matters. The American Jewish community has for a long time been aware of the conflicting views on the part of Israel's leaders in this regard, and Mr. Shapiro's observation may well serve to bring to the fore in the near future the question of religion and what role it should play in a Jewish state. Daily Netl story which quotes Prof NirnUif. o( b J* Florida faculty Mr I.ichman paraphrases Prof Nimkoffa feeling tfc* kibbuU method of raising children had %  deleteriouiiS children in that they would not be socially adjusted wiles!* ed OB the kibbutz. ." \s ;i final Issue, the ZOA executive poses this M should be the role of the Anglo-Jewish press? Should there £' discussion of controversial problems affecting Jewish | as well as (mi Israel" **\ I he tOBC ol Mr. Liebman's letter is conciliatory; h ii rather than indicting—seeking to identify with errant I publishers, whose failings are the result of particular rather than of ignorance. He is aware, he indicates,of tfctl— need lo operate on a profit basis and that the number of p3 week's Issue must necessarily be limited because of th/|! newsprint and overhead. • • • • • RHA1I0NSHIPS ABSENT IN HIS CATEGORY Now. pardon me. but as I understan.l it the purpose •( : to question the effectiveness of the English leW[ pr ( „, lowing the lead <>f the Miami Daily News, which he u*j ampli for (ailing to enter into greater di* isska oT3 problems affecting .it-wish Ufa here and Reduced to workable categories, I find it difficult to* relationship aflsoag them. I should i question pertaining to hinh cost of publication, -mce it ^_ may be M I aside simply This is not a problem %  •.cliHwt.y di press, :is Mr Liebman implies, and i> therefore ai{ ,i what be believes t> be the shorti f the Ea Nor ithe profit metres the i nanaTi Jewish piH hut of our society general!) I*h< tactont— ; ol journalism sa they exist m seerj facci cial and industrial endeavor. I or Mr Liebman. therefore, to Indicate thai monetaryL force the English-Jsmriah press to curtail its news coverag J .-1 m ii> ambitions and totally erroneouimpniiiaa < simultaneously, fails to explain the axistei aeasnl be holds up to us as a model When he discusses with enthusiasm the two new* SJ 7 edition ol the Miami Daily NewMr Liebman %  tu watei A •' %  national officer ol ihe Zionist( ol America Mr Uebman has. himself and on more that %  n ardent opponent of the manner in which the gfl treats Israel and the Near Last cene. Join A Congregation As the High Holy Day season approaches, The Jewish Floridian joins the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami in an all-out effort to urge local residents to become affiliated with a spiritual center of their choosing. We believe this to be a particularly pertinent BOTH NWS STOWS ARE SLANUD In particular, in October. 1953. he called together a 1 ,1 radio television and newspaper representatiSSl following the Kibya incident in order to m on y prevalently inaccurate report Vort" •ions to his seminar and hiproffi iligatBM totall; aeaoJtlm English Jew ishpreejjj htenment, was %  principal i f*sT Amedia with bigotrj and l< nal Pj** Mr Liebman now to hold up two i> %  I msuaw verage is to flj in th. I hate* When hi deplores tin OOalism and hi..l to Israel, we heartily agree with him. Ml ihat such isolated knstai I Vu If Miami Dail) Ni> art virtually anotbei i thehe deplores, I must call him in at iperf .I < laminstioo will provi '' "JJ which Mr Liebman refen are fnndamenfally u 1 ** first I Disaster Threatens I reel & ism. %  li falsel) hiKhlmhts the unsettled politico-soewaa lewj loda) and lends what its writer U-lmti infoi in.itioii that chao re i thei J s., imdly, it emphasises the exisU i !" '" out explaining wbat Israeli Socialism is ai %  j IHOI of the termupon the j^orS mumsm In tin* reward, the deduction ol the i :i ;i|i,i-!ir is'fhe accepted mode ol sOdW • • • QUISJION SUMS 10 BE UWWfCf SSAM s.. Ear H the Proi rfbnfcofl statement ion of chaos and upheaval is created Incidentally.* new* • rii pertaininj to larael in the local prai tmm m m mou w hie* i i i< |i ii.iuiiiiK iMrmci •• %  • % %  %  n aft i otherwise Where it is eharged thai l llll(lr *".^ •cial maladjuatnasnt, the general pnbifc caa men;. ibout Israeli life iman* 1 renon brought forth b; ', rwoss ited ol a broad diacussiea ol controverwsiev^ .! %  wish existence here and abroad ""• :na, ; r | d ,Kli lb at latlve propagandistie endol 1 ^ %  ucb stun,s,r\e aj C n dwa* J i who i discern their true :,,,, n, i 'u linrf iiM from tune to tune causes him t" SSI '" w note Israel h „i-r,. When Mr Lieba a>out the rob 11 "" • ^ I i i d be a greater discusMon F () h life in America, as well • Ifl '' '. '" fms tt can i ie. only one way. Indeed, it ^ query, for to reply in any fashion "". -^ bvious purpose of the Kngli-h.'-''" lt ,rti the Ei lish Jewish press aims t" l d ^a| prehensivel) as poasible 00 Jewish problem*. ^ ^j -iis locally nationally and 0V< 0 ( i Ittal that it docs a more i 1^1 be found l a ssi be re ahhou belli i> no room for imp [ S0CRA1K QUtSTIOHNAIRt fAliS JO OBSC0 \ ( But the intention of Mr. Lurbman's |M a, on us iacc. i personal • Editoi ol Ihe Jewish Floridian provethil P in Continued •" '• %  • 9A



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Igust 19. 1955 + ki*iinvridton PAGE 7 B BAL SHORTS!SS£iSr lan University in Jewish State |('! Ml I \\ In .1, SI II ii. \r \ Israel (WNS) — institution of highlur Ilan Univei iity, here this week ;il crnl<'(l by more than including Premier members of the Ismd Parliament, repDI 50 univer-itk"> of the world and the tic corps Greetings it Eisenhower were i the President ex dope that the new follow the example •wish institutions in Avand the name (.line to stand for iditions of academic ael." mtorial School irst Woman Cantor IK iWNSl—Opposition liniment of Mrs. Betty |he port of cantor of a plv m Oceanside. Long kpressed this week by bi Sacred Music of the Ion College-Jewish Intligion, an institution jinu of cantors of Replies. The school basntion on the fact that V regarded as the first ar in .Jewish history, Kantorial training. traders to Keep we, Paper Says MWNS In ;i report Iriiweek, the Sunday thai at the end then denazification is i N l< aders and ? ible to re i ning into i I ilollarv horities i ims and hidden i portanl intain Ii outs, DM I I much of hidden and • itioo will y wean tatoes pl>ill needed! I makes you I lir '' lf> .give* %  ad\aniagcs -"iy other ["") other n„ x > f*9 with HEW iEDARY • DEVILS FOOD MIX C*KE MIX W cost no mt! Ban Anti-Semitic Conference In German Province of Hesse n BONN (WNS>—An international conference of the violently antiSemitic "European Social Morement." which had been -clieduled to be held in this city from AUK 13 to 16, has been banned b) DM Social Democratic Covernment of [Jesse province One of the principal leaders of the movement. Dr. Per Kngdahl of Sweden, personally called at the HesM Stair Chancery trT ask for permission to hold the meeting, but was refused. Touster Confers in London On 'Hard Core' Refugees LONDON (JTA)—The suggestion that the United States open its doors to Jewish tuberculars or other chronically ill refugees and stateless persons as a contribution to the solution of the refugee problem, was made here by Ben Touster, president of the United HIAS Service, at a press conference. Mr. Touster said the U.S. should follow the example of the governments of Western Europe countries which have accepted a number of these "hard core" cases. JERU8ALBM (JTA) Drastic steps designed to curb rising prices and a spiralling inflation have been approved by a special CaMnd Committee. The committee Includes all Ministers handling economic matters. The plan, entrusted to %  special team of economists for implementation. Includes provisions for resumption of subsidy pa) menta by the government to keep the priceof some consumer goods chiefly fruits and vegetables, at a level available to mn-i Israelis. French Group Honors High School Students in Paris I'M,IS (JTA)—For the third consecutive year, the Alliance Israeli Universal]* has played Boat to some :). r ) high school boys and girls from Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. The group was honored at l reception at Alliance headquarters here attended by French Jewish leaders. French academic figure.-, the Israel Consul in Paris and a group ol eight Israel biologists currently in France on a study trip. the Jewish people in the Western world was spotlighted here by Louis Rosenberg, noted economist, in a statistical study of mixed marriages in Canada published by the research bureau of the Canadian Jewish Congi' Shanghai Ghetto Inmates Eligible for Indemnification FRANKFURT (JTA)—Jews in or from the State of Hesse, who were herded into the Shanghai ghetto by the Japanese in 1945-45, are definitely entitled-to compensation on the grounds of illegal custody, provided they arc otherwise eligible under German indemnification legislation. 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1955 '£s!£g%Mg!L PAGE 7 A Ihiitafi i $ 1 ^H^^^^^BBA •** -v* jl f^E" mor Roosevelt receives two members nf Pioneer r home. Mrs. Samuel Fine, national secretary Sidney Leff, second vice president, present Mrs. t with an album of photographs as a memento of her s;t to "Ayanot," one of Pioneer Women's agricultural jnd youth villages in Israel. The school la maintained forking Women's Council, largest women's organizarcel. itid Appears Triumphal March and Hymn from "Aida," by Verdi; Engh-h Folk New Hadassah Quarters Opened In New York Ctty NEW YORK — The Hodman bldg.. a modern five-story, air conditioned building just completed at Q5 East 52nd st, was this week consecrated by Rabbi David de Sola Pool, of Temple Shearith Israel, prior to the formal opening of the new national headquarter! of Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America. A modern silver mozzuzah — a gift from Israel was consecrated ;md affixed to the opening poi of the building in traditional relicic.us ceremonies Leaden of Hadassah from ;iii sections of the country, headed bj Mrs. Rel Shulman, of Stamford. Conn., national president, attendc I the colorful ritoa Following the religious cere monies, the national board of Hadassah whose 300.000 members maintain a comprehensive medical, pUblk health, youth care and vocational education program in I-i iel, Michael Silvcrman To be Bar Mitzvah Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Silverman, 760 SW 21st rd., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Aug. 20, at Miami Hebrew School. He is treasurer of He will conduct services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenandoah Junior high school and the j religious school of the Miami Hebrew school. He is treasurer of the Junior Congregation. A reception will follow services. Mr. and Mrs. Silverman will have open house at home on Sunday in honor of Michael. Out-of-town guest will be Mrs. IR. Berkowitz, of Brooklyn. mi Pop Concert songs, Ralph Vaughn Williams; I held its first meeting in the new Frolic. Mana Zucca; Sabre Dance from "Gayne," by Aram Khatchaturian: selections from "Okla homa'" by Rodgcr>. an I the 1812 Hadassah bldg. Hadassah had formerly been located ; %  ** J debut with down to make room for the New s\i!l be held Sunthe New York I'hilaharmonic Sym,, ,,.,,., 21 at the Miphony Orchestra and in recital at York tl,y < > llspurr folumbus urn Town Hall. She became first worn-1 Circle Eighteen months ago. Hadassah purchased five brownstone \ I. ..IKt.-ll David Morris Horowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Horowitz, 6261 SW 16th tar., will become Bar Mitzvah at West Miami Jewish Center on Saturday morning, Aug. 20. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. David has been a student of the religious school for the past three years and is in the eighth grade at West Miami Junior High School. Box Supper Sunday Sisterhood of Tifercth Israel Northside (inter will sponsor a boa rapper on Aug. 21. Mrs, William Altman is chairman. Mrs. Silas Lakin will be co-chairman. CANTOR WANTED for BCTH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION, 139 N.W. 3rd Awe. Call Maskin, 82-1381, for appointment. %  work to be performed fcrto t r V.'i'in and Or22, Inilurv ill include the American vio-'an concert-master of the Ballet with the UniverRuaaa de Monte Carlo and in 1944 Symphony. b,c.,m, solo violinist at New York s >ark returns to the music Radio Station WQXR. ence of two |. While at WQXR. Miss Field I wrote, produced and played more than 200 broadcasts which carried the title "Notes and Quotes." She has appeared at the White House j Henri Wieniawin recital and numbers six performances with the New York Phil. harmonic Symphony Orchestra un-1 l n P'anninthe new headquarters, der the batons of Sir John Bar-j Emery Roth and Sons were the birolli. Efrem Kurtz, William I architects, and Gotham Construebuildings between Madison and quarters. The new building covers 30,000 square feet. David Rose, prominent New York builder, and James Felt, noted real estate authority, were volunteer consultants to Hadassah #fr** liss loon field Steinberg. Alexander Smallens and others. Miss Field has also appeared; with the orchestras of Detroit, St. Louis, Los Angeles. San Francisco j 1 and many others throughout this 1 (Mint i > Her first performances inj elude the Berezowsky Violin Concerto with the CBS Symphony, the Sonatas by Prokofieff, Copeland 1 and Ives, the latter work performed in Town Hall and since recorded by Miss Field for Lyrichord. In 1950. Miss Field won the Kauffman Memorial Award Recital in New York City, an award given : to just one artist each year. Among her recent appearances are at the New York Lewisohn Stadium on j July 20 and on Aug. 9 with the Chautauqua Symphony. tion Corp., the builder. it THOMAS O. IUK.IKN Oiltopitiic Physician 958 N.E. 79th ST1EET MIAMI, FLORIDA ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OffKtS FOR TNE PRACTICE OF WEIGHT REDUCTION AND GiANDULAR PR081EMS Rabbi Pool >H0N£ 1136 Office Hours by Appointment: MON., THURS. 1 to 7 TUES., WED., FRI. 10 to 4 miami beoc h concerts %  y the UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER, Conductor JOAN FIELD VIOLINIST [ August 2 Jsf, Miami Beach Audit or rum at $:30 Coll JE 1-0477 or MO 1 49*0 Reserved Sorts %iM. $1.50; Unreserved $1.00, 75c Control! 5 Year SUR£7Y BOND GUARANTY I So All BIT WMB-BTLBB TIBT SUBTfBBABUB TIBMITI Jilt.' Phono 82-6441 TRULY NOLEN, inc. 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IS MOW HUM i$i OF HUMOR ^BmrnhMoiuvMam MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday. August 19, 1955 SECTION B LOCAL YOUTH IN BLOOD BANK PROGRAM ihtful Mother Ponders ms of Assisting Hopeful \clors and Local Theater-Goers ol two children and grandmother of five has entered thai may have national implications. She is Mrs Goldie w 261 h ter. whose husband is a ship's master, entitling himi ,-! cargo bottl afloat, has had plenty of time to think. ;, up son and daughter and time often free on her come up with an idea that may prove to be a boon for d throughout the country cted by the recent announcement that a Coconut now being remodeled for legitimate productions, she uck me that Miami's being without a legitimate IIU i> really an astonishing fact vi immediate decision was to make certain that pail [forts locally should not be repeated. In effect, she ii the cut before the horse. "First, we have to guaran| she said, "and then legitimate theater will follow, Ipermost in her mind, has been the large number of disi [i i'i Miami and across the nation "who would do any-! \\ ul! has been that Mrs. Ramer is now forming a theater! ip, which will seek to encourage hotels here and throughntrj to offer rooms to similar groups for dramatic produckroup meetweekly to hear Miami actors in performance. Duplications are wide," she explained. The white-haired, iman continued: "It can be good for community morals, it tin cultural standards. But most of all, it can perform a inr our many talented actors who are simply not %  mce personalities and organizations have already responded to gram She already has a letter of encouragement from bams, President Eisenhower's special assistant. Also offer-: the Chamber of Commerce here, as well as the : nation in the Miami Beach chapter of Women's American; 1 does not intend to shirk her duties in that regard, pars," -hi' smiled happily, "that, at least for a while, the! take priority." Home for Aged Completes New Dude Institutional Care Study irking 5 on Rd. Given it-tee Nod i narking on i reommended >l the .,!(!> commitMiami Beach Chamber fcc ..I .i breakfast meat* Sea Gull hotel |r merchants lubseI.J opposition k spokesman of I incerning Lin! the members been in contsn t rs of many \ il e population as thai all were in elimination ot n thoroughfare i .ii safety mat I : ie hanl In le chairman of pivii! il H afety cornel new bus stops alon ; n t munended Department, and in ure a meeting would the transportation Ising Alton rd. in reproposed location of I Ulutebrook reported %  immittee that a l) programs had P"|| for future use over WKAT Miami Beach %  Arthur Godbar has formal of the 15 min%  cover Inten lews 1 "pet traffic p* 1 Imi Beach residents and educational scsi I i c engineering i the Beach P Abe Kurman. president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, announced Wednesday the completion of two studies by the Home "which indicate some interesting tacts and trends regarding institutional care for the aged in Dade county. The first study, according to Kurman. was under the direction of Judge Harold B. Spaet. chairman of the admissions committee. and Maurice Pearlstein. executivedirector, and relates to the length of residence in Dade county of 349 applicants for admission to the Home since 1945, when the Home opened. The second study was under the supervision of Irving Cypen. chairman of the budget and' finance committee. Its purpose was fo ascertain trends in the composition of the resident group from 1945 to the present. The members of the study committees were Sidney Ansin. Daniel Broad. Arthur Kalish, Sam Resnick, Mrs. Sol Silverman and Dr. Jess Spirer. "We made the first study." Kurman stated, "because some members of our board felt that the seemingly short residence requirement of 18 months in Dade county would not only flood the Home with applicants who have recently come to Greater Miami, but would ilao be an inducement to Jewish aged to come to the community I for the primary purpose ol seek| ing admission to the Home When the Home was opened in 1945 the idence requirement was five yean, and in 1952 to 18 months. Homes in other communities eith IT have no residence requirement 1 or a maximum of one year In hianalysis of the study, Spaet stated the applicants had been broken down into three categories: present residents of the Home; applicants who are now being processed by the social worker; and closed cases. Of the 71 residents now in the Home, ojjly 7, or 10.5 percent, had a Dade county residence of 18 months to three years at the time of application: 16. or 225 percent, had a residence of three to five years; and 39. or 67 percent, had a residence of five years or more, with 32 of this last group having been in the community over 10 1 years. There were 240 closed casecomprised of those who arc de-1 1 ceased or left the Home, or whose ; applications were withdrawn or, rejected. Of these, 28. or 11.5 percent, had a residence of 18 months to three years; 79. or 33 percent. I a residence of three to five years; i and 133. or 55.5 percent, five years or more. The figures on the applicants now being processed, according to Spaet. "are more pertinent to the %  ^Unique Weekend Slated Here for Ii Conservative Synagogue Leaders Mrs. GUit Kamtr Conservative congregations of South Florida will sponsor a "Torah Fellowship" weekend for lay leaders of conservative congregations, as well as study sessions on Jewish subjects. Jerry Sussman. of the North Shore Jewish Center, and Al Fogel, of the West Miami Jewish Center, serving as co-chairmen, will supervise the unique weekend to begin Saturday evening. Aug. 20. and all da) Sunday. Aug. 21, at the Golden Gste motel. Theme for the project will be i "The High Holy Days and You." Three Seminars are planned a lol lows: Saturday evening—Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Con gregation. will lead a discussion on "The Essence of Godhood." Sunday morning—Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of West Miami Jewish Center, will conduct an outdoor forum on "The Meaning of Repentance." Sunday afternoon — Rabbi Samuel Lerer, of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood, will lead a discussion on the topic, "Fasting and feasting." The concluding session will be conducted by a panel of rabbis in ciuding Rabbis David Shapiro. Temple Sinai. Hollywood; B 1-con Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center: C I.erer. Vlonticello Park; Yaakov Rosenberg. Alfred Waxman, Samuel Lerer and Mayer Abramowit.', of North Shore Jewish Can DR. MORGENBESStR IN B'NAI B'RITH ADDRE SS Liberal Judaism Failing in its >roup Barbecue Mumnae .'• greater Miami held its becue dinner at Mrs. Joseph Klein. Coral Gables, on % ning. Mrs. Paul FurZanc Alpert were STARLIGHT, PA—Liberal Jew ish religion is failing to give American JeWI a deep sense of human destiny and the strength of identification that distinguished their forefathers. Dr. Sidney Morgenbeaser, of Columbia Cm t the first B'nai B'rith Institute of Judaism to be held at .Camp B'nai B'rith this season. Reform, Conservative and Reconstruct ionl-t were included by Dr. Morgenbesscr in his definition of the forms of liberal Jewish re ligion. Addressing an oven low group of men and women, the Columbia professor charged that reli liberalism undeie-tunated the value of ritual and was unable to hold the intellectuals He called for a religious approach that would help American Jews live up to the ideals of the prophetic I tmn in its attitude toward problems and which would inspire them continually to increase the scope of their service to society and mankind The B'nai B'rith Institute was sponsored by the Eastern Pennsylvania Council of B'nai B'rith The B'nai B'rith Institutes ol Judaism are directed by the Department of Adult Jewish Education of B'nai B'rith. More than 30 such B'nai B'rith Institutes have been scheduled in this country and abroad this season, eight of them at Camp B'nai B'rith Regis nation is open to the public At another session of the B'nai B'rith Institute, Dr. Milton K>nrits, of Cornell University, distinguished author and legal theorist. declared that the non-conformist tradition in America today is m the greatest dang, r lie pointed out that America has no single religious or cultural ideology and deplored a tendency In some ar< identify the foundations of democracy with Christianity Dr. Konvitz said that the continuation of h group identification, the encouragement of Jewish cultural life and the increase of Jewish learning all contribute to the American ideal of a pluralistic culture. He concluded by saying that the Jewish people have a special responsibility to America as well as to themselves to maintain their traditions Abe Kurman purpose of the study, -incc a large number of applicants in the other two groups had applied for admis sion when the residence requirement was either three or five years." The 38 applicants now be ing processed, however, had applied for admission considerably after the community had been made aware through the press and wide distribution of an admissions brochure that the residence requirement had been lowered to 18 months. Just one applicant, or 2.5 percent of the 38 now being processed, had a Dade county residence of 18 months; 10. or 26 percent, had a residence of three to 5 years; and 27, or 71.5 percent, a residence of more than five years, with nine of these having been in the community for more than 10 years Both Kurman and Spaet indicated that the study revealed that the concern expressed by some of the Home's leadership seemed to be unfounded. They further stated that the -Judy appeared to substantiate the estimate of the profession;.! staff Of the Home th considerabla number of the coming to Greater Miami would not uproot M; MI elves from their community of Origin and from family and friends without the security of either sourceof their own or without assurance ol supp 1 from children or other relati The results of the second study were reported on bj Cypen at a recent meeting of the Home's missions commit! i'i'' leeta and trends revealed by this stu ly," C>pen emphasized, "are most interesting because they are in line with the results of similar studies Continued on Pag* 3 B 'Palsython' Scheduled Dade Home for the Cerebral Palsied will sponsor a "Palsython" over radio station W M1F Saturday evening. 9:30 p.m. to Sunday \ morning at 7. The Home || a nonprofit, nonsectarian, -tate chartered institution in Perrine and "relies strictly on local contributions to give residential care 365 days a year to i. rebral palsied children," Mrs. Charles K Rexrode, director, explained in revealing the 'Palsython Gables Membership Tea Coral Gables Jewish Center Sis* 1 terhood will hold a membership tea at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop, 3511 Riviera dr., Wednesday. Mrs. Buddy Halpert is membership chairman. )ud t t MvrsM Ss*f



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[August 19. 1955 *Jewls§t fhrkilan PAGE 11 A .EGAL NOTICE UNDEI-. H-ICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS in I:I:I:V niVBN thai in 'i. %  %  • i ... v.NIi EQl'lI'MEN T, ..i i.. 1.1. 'i .I II hi I. M ilI lhi •''. %  i k i'f the |, i'.. .IIU .Klyil-iii riLISTKIN IRCUIT COURT OF THE JICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND it COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN Tv. No. 182389 | ['In nun. fcn:i,i:, i %  • •• n i-• %  BY PUBLICATION un:i.K %  1,1 \ V Mill\ v %  ii. ,i thai .i i I'.i In .11 fill'.I %  hi i. %  ].> i. opy of \ our Ana..ml foi LHvoi ne>. and file the orla;, of tin<'l.-i k i. on or before ?he I'i'i.'i. i.l Mil W lM I I.I i 'omplalil (in ; i,.taken aa i onfi i I i AuKiiat, 1955 Ii I.KATMKK.MAN, • n .nit I 'mil I. I i.uiil v. Kl-ii nl.i II RICB, II! I >. put) Clerk I \l.l VNOFF I'la • il ml B< BI II. Ha. JlRCUIT COURT OF THE JICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN |Y No. 182388 r. I' 'UN. I I.' mt in. iiiHN. Defendant BY PUBLICATION I 1. 111N \.. II la Sew York i ..i,\ M..ifli .1 thai a < 'iiniii.i ii .ii filed i an hei ebj i a : youi A • .ail 'la In i I ,. i he "i % %  • the < 'lei i> of n ni lief the %  %  aid Com* : I be lakt II .iEAT HERMAN, n: LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKKY (JIVEN th • the undi ralxm tl, 'I I.nIH' %  iimli-i I h< ti' • ,l loll CHART KR<*OKI> COMPANY (noi In i. ii i %  c....I Hate I 'i 111. -<:ilil mm* .*4Ui IY i/laTH. ..f lift i i 'inn I ..f I i.i.I. i ..null |.-| Dated cM n* *1| n*. hWi MI I;II:I. MI:,-I:\ MAX ENOKL,. 7nl I'.i I '.iiiMlnn l l M LEGAL NOTICE m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.l'li'i: is HEREBY f'.IVEN thai Hi. i:n Ii %  ilKlied, .1. -li lllk' til • m.loi Id. BAST i'HAST IH.ASh U ORKH, M 1. 3th St mi. in with Hi. i in i .i i. ..i. i lira NEW., \ RMAN r. 1-1 •Ii MA MAUiM's AH..in. :.. \.. .| 1713 l N I | i] %  III IN'COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33766-B ItE B8T VTE IlK J M'l-i: W SIK.JCI.. also known aa JACOB Wi 'i.l HIKQKL, altui known at .i W SIEOEI,, i.... i t ...,i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given thai I have Ml) .1 in. final n.i p. tltton foi Final i' .i...ii.. i> Vtlmlnlatrator ..f 'i • FACOH vv .— 11;<;i:i,. ..i... know ii at i Vi 1 >H W n.isi(-: %  ;I;I.. alao known aa W. sn-:< ;I:I.. ,i. .il. iiini iti.it mi the IB da) of Bap (ember, 1*55, i will appl) lo the Hon orabla Count) Juricea of Dade County, I'll.i lil.i. \ ni of -i ill final report and foi final diaeharce aa Admfniatrator of the Eatate ol JAt'OH \\ HlEdRL, alao known .iJAt'OB \\ i ii K HIEOKI,, ii-., known %  .1. \V. SIKOEL, th .... %  .i Tills 16 ila.v of AlUfUat, II CARL W HIEfiEL, \ Admlnlatrator of the i' itata of JACt iB w HIBGEL, .il-.. know n .is JACOB WiH.I BIBOEI-, .ii-.i knoaj II .ii .1. \\ SIEOBL, | ..,-,,| MTERH, HEIMAN A. KAl'I.AN \M..I II. j for Admlnlatrali v i'•-.'•; -| %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEtN thai the underaljrned, deal Inn to • nsase In bualneaa undei th* flt-tltlou* name of ABBEY il' MIAMI .v VBBEY CAM. I AI.S. .,i : %  N ;: Intendi to i • %  name with the i'lerk • %  ( Ihe circuit I 1 >adi ity, I n.i Ida. ABBEY I.AM: DAVID LEV1NE A tin: ; • .Hit \\ i.tii ave. TO CREDITORS 'TY JUDGES" COURT FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE, No. 36044-A I :i: \Ki %  aaed VI IN i %  %  nII i \ f' Vsalnat aaJd %  %  in : eb) fcl pre -.lit any I.I which you, or avi acafnal the I v:i KI; VKOW, %  ., Klorlda, t KOSHER KLS RENT-APR VNT A N D CATERERS AIH -IIKI.s NORMANDY RKMTAI' RANT and MICHEh'H NORMANDY KOSHER RE8T VI'RANI rial Htr. • • Ml i R. n h, Intenda t.. rraiatei said n.une with the Cli ill '.ni • of I lade I 'o int) LEGAL NOTICE Florida KAYBEE i i iRPt IRA Til IN A Uniniii Corporation MONROE DIXON A Home) for Applicant 17'"' Coral Was i'i _• %  — /J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 182172 RI >BERT INQRAHAM, Plaintiff, v BAMPEL .1 THOMPSON, if living, inn i.i III \ i.l to be .I. ad, and I I:\MIS THOMPSON, in> wife, and n ei nuaban I. if any. I lefendu ins. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OI THE STATE I IP ll.i |R|| • \ in KAMl'EL, .1 THOMPSON. If llvimt 11. Ileved to be dead. %  Idence unknown PRANCIH THOMPSON, his \\M,-. and hut '.ni' ir any; realdi mikin.w 11 VI. 1 1 NK SOWN HEIRS, ll. vlw s, gra n te< %  '.III. r • Ing by, 1' null mid. i ngalnat s \M PEI 1 Till IMPS •X, il li Ing, hut l..-li. ..1 -.. le dei NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the iiini' i-n:ii"i. dealrlng i" engage in bualneaa under th^ flcHtkma —iwaa % %  a I CO. ui'.t in i and U I RENTAL ni (not Ine i. at 14S1 w Plagler st ,j Miami. Intenda to reglater --• ii namea with tinClerk of the Circuit I of Dad" Count), Plorlda BENJAMIN QRADUfl BETMOUR B LIEBMAN Attorn*) for Benjamin Uradua i.ii. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, lit. 7/ — I 5-12-11 II I COURT OF THE AL CIRCUIT IN AND COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN No. 182407 1 !R \ci: and I;I:.\CE, in... I 'LAIN 1 HI'S, 1 I'-KiHiKS. I'MARI.KH I. I-' I. VVEBDE, aa ml I u EKDE, INC Curpn .ii Ion, DEI KM'ANTS E TO APPEAR i MI: H I ATI: bt ih k n known aI:I>> i RRooKS, II VI:I.I:S i I l\ I. VVEEDE, aa ii • %  %  !.. %  imi trust.-, s Hit"' >Kh WEEDE, a i ..i poral imi %  i il "I Ii. .i nil mi II i..i\ Ing m i i.i mi • HI. right, title in in 'in propert) which l* in.in. i nf this I) Ing .imi being In l Kloi i.I.i. ami more 1 Ibi d .follow a: I Ho. It ol UAt'RA f HARDENS, ii aubdlvl %  dlna i" a Plat thei ei"i in Plal Book It, il • 1'iihll mt) Florida. V' II i 'i v.ir are i • • named %  'ourt, b) n ini. 'i. I... ili ( Htl. nf thi Plain" 'Ii" |.r..p. i in\. Il REBY ORDERED .i AppearJ I the i:nli I and in default %  11. i.•.. Pro %  agalnat you ii. "RDERBD .it th.. il, I'.iuni l i.Hi ila> .,1 AIIRUKI. I.EA1 HKRM I %  > M W ST.H'KINC. it) Clerk UffH PJUlldlng, Miami. F1..rl.l.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN that the uii'i. I'siRii. .1. deatiing i" engage In bualm the fictitious name of ALU ED PRINTINO AND OEFICE si ri'i.Y i.'i'. .it 111 NI:. Pii.-t Avenue, Miami, Plorlda, Intenda t" regla.ii name with the Clerk of the Circuit I'.'nrt i.r iia.i. County, Florida IIKKM V.\ Ii MAINS' IN \ IRON Al K ANN Kit Atti n. \ for Herman n No) In h 12-19-31 — 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN III., mi i. i-.ti • tl, il l.u-lii. '• '"' SIII:I:I.V\ I'IIILISIIINI; COMPANY i m.i in, i. .u : ••• i "oral i late I h Ive, I lot Ida, Inti in 1 i '" r. ii,,. th the Cl< ol th' ii i NUI ol Dadi County, i oi Ida Dated .ii Al .inn. I'l la, this III" dai i.r Auguat, I9a5. AH it ii :I. NIESEN MAN ENOEL attorney .. %  I r.inii. ItullcIDiaE ^^^____^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN the mi !. r .-' %  d, fli -i In* to i bualm : the (i. I ime ol BISCAYNE BROKERS v M' BIS CAYNE RE M.T1 al III > W Avenue, lnt< nda t< with th" Clerk ol the Cln uli Com t "f Dadc %  tunty, Plorlda I.Ki IN rXISTER KKSSI.KI; A OARS Attoi ne) foi '.I'j'ii' ml 1782 Vi er Slreel H NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 182138. VALERIA ZCRKOW8KI. Plaintiff, KTANI.EA /i RKOM SKI. Iefi I TO: STANLEY Bl'RKOWKKI V\. mi.h. ..I. New v..i k Ynn are i equli % %  '! t" aerve a copy ol youi anaw< i i" Hi" mil of Complaint for Divorce on the ulaintlfl iiini to file the ..ileln.il n the ,f th. I'l.ik of thCircuit • %  • • the r.'ih .1 %  \ H i'.".'.. otlu thKin ..f Complalnl foi in %  fore filed h. rein, will be i .k. n an confeaa. d by you Dated at Ah thla the x "> I .. .. I.I:ATIH:KM VN i'l. ik nf Hi Ir. .n' • I lade Counts. Plo Bj VV Al VV H rOCKINO ti'iiitiii I'.. orputy Clerk MII.TON A. riill.I'MA.N iota Seybold Muildlng 8/12-lf-M — /l PRAXCIS THOMPSON, hla wife. Ii. r huaband, if an) ; VXD ALSO i I'. r. ndanl Indian onknown %  • i ; I'.-v \'i %  v I <• %  .ill ..ih. and iini %  .in e an ih...t tnl I I | .' ; ,, i | | • %  | I lade County, Kloi Ida. and moi %  • di ni.I-.I .is folof svv, ,.f M:', of svv ', of Section -"'. Townahlp %  th, i!..ni^.' in i:.i-i. containing lore "i Ii Toil AND BACH OF YOU are in i. b) not Ifli .1 l ha I .i ^uii '.I n. • %  !. filed in the above named Court, by the Plaintiff above named, for the purpoae of quieting title ..f th.Plaintiff. In ami to th" propert) Involved herelnabove deaci li.eii. YOU ARK HEREBY ORDERED AND RBQl'IRED to file your Appearance in said suit i bi fore the 12th da) of September, 1955, and In default of Buch Appearance, .. Decree Pro Confeaao will ientered agalnal you ..ml each of you. DONE VMi ORDERED al the Courthouae In Dade County, Miami, la, Hi s 9th dai of Auguat, 196 i E. H I.I:.VTHI;I:M \N. Clei k -if the Ii cull ( '"mi B) WM. vv STOCKING, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Atlorne) for Plaintiff 1011 Seybold Building, M Pla > 12-19-21 — 9/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai i he II i • Ignt d, d< di Ing lo • i.'i Ineaa undi I nama of I vi'i 11• s KOSHER ME \ v \M Pol'LTRT MARKET, at 1112 M. mand) I n l> e, AI i iml Bt n h, i II. i me with i he i • in. nil i '"in t ..I i iade i lount). Morlda All: vil VA1 TISHENKEL '.• In DAVID Ul'l K %  lnl< I MILTON A. PR1EDMAN AIL. i i.. l"i Vpplli .mis Si ) bold Bldg IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 182128 v IROINI v SMITH, Plaintiff, VB. IRWIN Al SMITH, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l i i IRWIN Al SMITH, \r i Box S04S S'aval \ lion '..i nui 'In ini vm ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ih.H ;i Bill "f "omplalnl foi I ilvori a baa been fll I ill >" '. and ) ou null. ii i | ..i j our the BUI of Complain! "ii ih, i'i nui; 'I file the i th.i li-i k ..f r I,,. Circuit I "OUI I "'i I the I ,iii da) "f •%  BID "f %  "omplalnt will be, taki n .i i DATED \ i: 11 i.l' VTHERM V\ B) W '' ORKKN i.. put) lei k) v vi i :s Vil V I foi Ha.int.ff .1 Ituildlng, Miami 12, Fla. M MII;\ v\ I. V \ll> %  '! K 12-19-28 — 9/f NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. iTICE IS HERI in liD EN thai III. ui w "' '" husln il"' otoi .... -. i,..I.i Bldg Miami, Floi da 8/12-IS-26 — 9 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the underalgni d, At all Ing i" engi bualneaa undei the fletltlou* nanu "i HOWARD'S BENDIX LACNDBRETTE, al ::.'•• H.W. 12th Ave., Intenda I., reglatei aald name with the i i %  %  ,n i .. it i i.i i lade County, I'i"i Ida. JACK PELD, I wm r KESSLER a tl M:~ Vttorneyi f"i Appll I72 w li.itl. i St. s 12 19-11 — I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the un %  l.n-in. HI II.DI Its RI NT VL ''.'I IPMENT al i41 f*-VI Vli.inn, KI intend! name with lhi Bade County, I \l BERT PREEDM VN, Soli • I OOLDMAN .v OOLDSTEIN turn lie) s f"i Reglal .ml i uglei -i Mian I, Fla. •. 12-19-21 — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, dealrlng to i ngi pitiNEER SHEET METAL INDI S. si\ in, i.i Building, all is S CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i: IH HEREBY OIVEN nle.ni d, di th. 11 %  tit nui na i VTK REN r-A-C vi: Co Alia mi I' with the i he Cln m %  "in i of 1 • "I.Ki..! i CHARI PS !' %  '--• A. II. INFANTE irai foi \ 1 ililn. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 357:: A Ri i ST i : K OF l RANK I'.lt VMEISTER, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To vn 'red I ton and Ml Pen I .lllllS "I I '. 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Lgust 19. 1955 -Jewlstthrk/lan PAGE 5 B !lOIB3*&MsSi AJ *TV 1 U HAM UOHAJU) ion Decler, editorial Israel Speaks, has jnted a year's leave from his duties efXt. 1 to devote his eative writing and Rnbbi Decter will to serve on the adBditorial board, as i executive commitiition to his duties cretary of the Amerknds of Givat HasoIVnters' Center in Is' In recent weeks we have rteeh ed a number of requests for a reliable recipe for "Rood, old-fashion I ed chicken soup." They stressed the "good, old-fashioned" kind of chicken soup — probably the kind mother or pcrhapgrandmother served. One unsigned letter also asked: How can I utilize the cooked chicken?" Well, soup may sound simple and easy to achieve; but it docs In ply that there arc -mips and soups," especially clear and cloudy kinds of chicken soup. It may be helpful to other young "cooks" to follow the recipe below in detail So. here it i-: Chicken Soup 1 4'j to 5>2 Ih. chicken 2 qts. cold water 1 large onion 1 medium size carrot, sliced 1 stick celery, diced Salt to taste A pinch of saffron, optional Fowl or stewing chicken is best for soup. After Kashering the cleaned and singed chicken, cut it Into sections if the butcher has not done it for you in the beginning. Legs and thighs, wings, neck and breat sections, gizzard and heart ^houd be used for soup Soup chicken portions can be utilized after lifting from the ,oup. Below are suggestions. Add the water to chicken tions. bringing it well over the meat, (over and bring to a boil. Uncover, iklm carefully, add remaining ingredients and cook over moderate heat, keeping soup at a mild boiling point for 1 to 1'hours, depending on tendernen <>f fowl. The meal should be tender enough to he pierced easily wilh a fork. The liquid in mid be reduce.! by one fourth to one third. ] For hot results, salt should be added to taste a half hour alter boiling his begun. Saffron adds fragrance a< well as color to soup. It can be purchased in any herb department of food shops. Suggestions for utilizing cooked chicken are many Here arc a few: Btown a diced onion and green pepper in chicken schmaltz. Saute the cooked chicken sections till I lightly browned on all sides, after j lifting out the browned onion and pepper. Combine, adding finely diced raw carrot and celery, salt and pepper or paprika to taste, and 1 cup boiling water. Cover and MY STEP Rabbinic Student to Interpreter to Restaurateur Bnent Miami Beach reshas been discussing | pts before study PIC and. from all reiv who have been listenm are more than pleasI i.sp of the subject *atorical ability. Be who know the milddark -haired and ining Philip Weiss, of Hungarian restaurant. i "Ethics of the |hoalil i me a.s no surw-ith i holarahip is a |i W eiss family. He B i Talmud student f. where he studied for 'i ite But fate decided the Royal Hungarcplained. juentl) became a man"i men's neckwear." |hi added simply: "Afdrafted into the hip proved its worth for Uncle Sam. Weiss served four years with the 77th Infantry Division as a Japanese interpreter. At the end of his hitch. Weiss came to Miami Bea.ch to recuperate and liked it so much here that he stayed. It's ten years now that he baa lived in the area. He resides with his wife and four children at 1321 Alton rd. Two of the Weiss youngsters attend the Hebrew Academy. How he came to the Royal Hungarian 'is a long story." according to Weiss. "But we arc happy to have made a splendid name for ourselves throughout the country in the field of kosher ice." And. of course, never forgotten, is a yearning for scholarship. Weiss was recently invited to dia(ii-s "Kthics of the Fathers" at Congregation Beth Tfilah. Apparently, his reputation as a lecturer is spreading. Only a week later. Congregation Beth Jacob members decided they wanted to hear him, too. Philip Weiss scholarly }nthal Speaks bui M Hlumenthal, Milant psychologist and lounseilor, was guest [the Miami Beach Exit Us luncheon meetbiesday in the Saxony lumenthal spoke on the |tal Health in the City well iganne NOW Ton C*n Drink All Th* Iced Tea Voi Want WITHOUT Gaining A King!* Ounce. >S RECOMMEND IGARINE FOR 3. OVERWEIGHTS CALORIE DIETS %  ssiaai feed Non-Fattening > Uble-M. M Uc Math* Bottle..Only 75c and Drug Stores "erywfctra ASK FOR IT BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 i XCLUSIVE o/srt(i(/rots OF THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO. INC 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONE5J JI g^jj HERMAN PEARL MT DUU cook in a casserole on top of stove or In the oven at 350. for 30 minuteMake an einbren by browning 2 tablespoons flour in 2 tablespoons chicken schmaltz and stirring in some of the liquid or thin gravy Cook 3 minutes then add to casserole. Chicken and Rice: Cook 1 cup nee in top of double boiler in enough water to cover 2 inches over rice. Add 1';. teaspoons salt. When rice la tender, rinse in boilin.; w.iter by pouring the hot water through the rice in a colender or other strainer Serve the chicken over the boiled rice, adding thickened gravy or tomato sauce over all. Garnish with parsley sprigs. Chicken Croquettes: ('hop cooked chicken which has been removed from bones and .km Add browner! onion and grant) pepper. Mix with one or two eggs and 2 tablespoons cracker crumbs. Form into croquettes or flat cakes and brown on all sidein hot melted shortening or chicken schmaltz. Serve With gravy or tomato sauce with hard cooked egg slices and parsley garnish. "I WANT MY MtlK" Registration Now on At West Miami Center Registration is now open for Hebrew and Sunday school and Kindergarten at the West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 17th ave. A larger staff has beenengaged, and additional classrooms will be used, since it is anticipated that last year's enrollment of 250 children for Sunday school and 150 children for Hebrew school will be greatly increased this year, an announcement reveals. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, who directs the educational program, is assisted By Mrs. Morris Weiss, principal, Mrs. Fred Rohrlick, chairman of the education committee; and Mrs. Lou Baloff. chairman of the Kindergarten committee. and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dace* Protected Tfif.. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Eye Specialist Speaks Dr. Norman S. Jaffe. local eye specialist, addressed the parents' unit of United Cerebral Palsy here this week. 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'Jewish fkgB&L PJGE4B Txv [day. ON THE Rabbi*, il Appears, Can Swap Jokes 1HEOOOR H6RZL. A P.rtr.it for Thi, A„. "^ '^ pany. 1955. $400. By HILARY MINDLiN DR. LUDWIG LEWISOHN oi B. time. TheodorH n who virtually led hLs pe into the Pi I d. and who. I tool himsell on Israel's soil David Ben-Gurion' • %  ho "transformed ther hen minute ta.b *ould I ted to ;, i eutsch wa ... %  He. ol • .culty lar o I plying thai he writings, inclu lotheZ.0. complete "Jewish State Dr LewWoh il b. Pr Lewisohn giv< I rillianl picl I *icl Hei 'lied the \ %  i peculi I il blindness on lh< The aim musl b. Uexandet f the Jews and th< I •]The aim. in other i | thousai I : : '"> BY THE • f Ratioi prejudii i .' %  w• dad pi rished in ilon.in.nn l itself. nvei sion wa i fitable. i rything had to I rhe vil and > with the annihilation -!i population "I 11*world t thai • who.se %  teeped in assimila.i. w" wil Ij a nol ish lean i sound the rallying vn 11 with a clai |) one | i How was i! t h;it %  ill) write I lieve that i er and world histor) has w I i It is I as Dr L n point •• he believed lew stilitj wh this he [t is a n should have %  %  have made I Hei mother, his i • t and :. Dr. Lewisohi v isely thai thi which do not reallj ex| • thi %  will [on H< com%  tei (I nt was Ij rofu Hibiograph) ., h who looked like one Hebrew propl •< tlowinn u hiti could n"i resist the humor anymore than net hter, hi the | resident ,i Semiwas lull ol he iir-t came to the member ol the facultj ol Columbia I'niver sity. he was visited b) the itho imbia The ent up I rd describhimsell er ol the Jesuil order When the chaplain arrived. Scbeehter Mid to him. you know. I don't like Jesuits ow tit down, and let's be [riendi" %  Probably'the oldest American rabbinical itorji is the one about linnet attended by Cardinal Cibbons and Kabbi Krauskopt. When, aakad the Cardinal. i you begin eating ham?" \t your wedding, your Kmireplicd Rabbi Kraukopl Incidental!) I ardinal Gibbons • pull off a nifty himself. Id was something of a Catholic demist" as they were called dayi and he ma Rakad whether ho believed in the doctrine ol Papal infallibility. Well, he whan the Pope rcpd hi in the Pope had called him Cardinal Jlbboai Thi late Rabbi Kdward Israel "' Baltinnre^_ •Jo was a YafS bbi, —id the eJ >ouMi:u,ne w \ ol Ya|,£ of the letter 1" hi '•< When Rabij. '" "'" ll( he toldtWi should t>o grateful | m;m was not a Mass ichuaetti Ina* DOlo !l Rabbi HerJ England once ti|~ nick who was we& ont '..ndal; bj • • liming; "lij, 'he maai %  iy it is 11 not there?" IL '"' Rabbi AdkjjJ ou heard 1,1 >oil -top enough to hear; HffrJ.V lirTTERMAS — Tell Me, Professor. Whatl Tin Talking About Now Solomon Schtchtrr hod o visitor IHHISS VUf7f.fr — Cliih Discrimination Poses Problems Jewish organizations, such as the Km %  wish Committee and the totti D< (amatioi Leagui are lining to take -< riouslj the fact that J< rot being admitted into certain club-. Until now this type of anti-Jewish discrimination was ci nsidered merely a petty annoyance and of no real col :uence. In fact, many Jews considered it below their dignity to seek admission into ; club where Jews were not welcomed A number ol studies, how ever, have now established that sonai discrimination is not just social, but also affects Jeweconomically. Many business firms require their executives to join leading clubs where big deals arc discussed and made. This precludes Jews from holding kej business positions )] the) arc not admitted to such clubs. Furthermore the spirit oi anti-Jewish discrimination prevailing in the dub affects the i NATHAN Zf fff f \ — Ghoal writers are in great demand these days in Hollywood. but the great men who require their services are exacting taskmasters one $7,000 a week producer, for instance, hired a college profetsor the other day to write a learned paper for him defending tin morals of the community and flaying critics who declared his pictures were a sorry sort of adement for the American wa) in foreign countneThe famous producer read a draft of the proposed article with furrowed brow, and then told the professor Its all right, but I want you to take out those fancy I want to know what I'm talking about!" • • • Jerr) Lewis was introduced to ntleman in the lobby of a hotel 'Pardon my not getting up said the man "You I'm ailing from arthritis I "That's perfectly %  II right I'm Lewta from l*> Ant-' • • • According to Tony Martin, a Hollywood starlet the other eve ning upset precedent by asking Jascha Heifetl for an autograph instead of giving her own to wild-eyed bohhj MMn The starlets disarming request of Heifit/ read -It doesn't matter. whether you write it or print it. Mr Heifetl I copy all my autohi over anyhow alphabeti' all) in my -crapbook • • • I presiding over a banquet in hiAviv this week. uddi oil thi laii and ing Whoopee" Asi w.ibreaking up tatj of Israel aid to ha.1 never knew vou cotH( well "I can t smg at Jessel I w;i die Cantor Upon being coraai his wittv after-dinacrl Jessel told the ol l-i I know a | wood who ian eveil dinner peaket than I ed to tw By that II ever) tim< i -ee htr.i dinner \\ riti %  Bea Hecht I noli •' date i UTar studio How did *l heo :.lt> "I • I ihi % %  I upandWl I'd sai| Koshi iteaUai !.ke i mat she t and • According to rUffll the onl) people •hj the answers are ana. Dann) Kaye MJ eign car that *a$< for export The naael ator had an Engud lives wh., .,.-. memberi ""' msciousl) practice nti Jewish discrimination in I terprises The) would i i .. "" n ,,,: "' would not be socially Iheir firms are interested in Tri '' rhu -'" Semitism SaSS th,s "" ,1,n ]M 1 '" 1 u> inBoxer Cohen Special ,'' the ecot i# mi i u oi.Ffv — 'ia\e i,,, Herb of Publicity Seems Sweet to H mi It has been months now since I tilted with Wil liani Zukerman and it is with contemptuous reluctance that I now return to the theme. M\ rev no doubt will be a sharp rejoinder from trie pen ol Ihe gentleman who was once called scrivener with dual typewriters and who seems to have perfected the skill of hoaxing piety whenever caught handed, or. better yet. Arab-handed But I just ant resist mangling him a bit even though I realize he floats in whip of public chastisement. After all nothing is to sweet as the sweet herb of publicity. Zukerman's pro-Arab outpourings are neither new nor surprising. But when that little escapist from reality takes it upon himself to mouth "amen to the Arab Information Center with a comment in his newsletter that is as small as the man himself, 'Malm, -peaker• UBOed ; ^,a,,,,,,„,o t ,, hove ^*^^^ had done a Purpose 0 | ,he orL a ls T"" "' "' thing that can be sa„l ah,mt ih "" M *Wbh h ^at K. author e, e" \ ", "! ******* naive But if we know Zu k P rm Va '' ly 8ull "'le or disclaim those diadems Zukerman he w,|| angril In France, a country which has %  great love of sports, boxer Robert I ohata holds a very special place in the public eye as far Ji a -i, p ,rts fans are concernwho is recognized here the worlds champion fighter 1,1 lh rnweight division, is moment the most promiJewish athlete in France there is also a different opin • mini the status of from that in the UnitIn the Stat. I ohM i^ ed officially as the i hampioa m his class. nt ratinga put him in second | in and regarded him as the mo laki I) challenger for the title fhia IJ. t inot unique in the •f Cohen It frequently hapPens that different nations disa Kree on who is the legitimate title holdei such difference* etoan !" varied mterpretationa of the roles, and also from opposing national poiali %  Bobeii Cohen ( weight champion. II, t t.. this P 8 Of a M nsational cessful !>">"prow he com more iMerest an** his bouts have draw huge cream Boxing is an f'! *J] I here TBf "jJ ndenl *| J when MarceM*J dened the *' top Frenc* rival American^" hrteresi m aja .mplc the aij" be seen crow*-, to get the **% %  Tour de rrI P bicycle race satire country^ the a> *% th e radios ij^ latest result*


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