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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Ke~27Number 36
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
men's Service Act
Brings Agudist Attack
Llem JTA)Extreme Ortho-
Iments represented by the
parties vowed this week
to prevent enforcement of
Uen-s National Service Act
I by the Knesset in a "pack-
er which gave the Rab-
[completc control over ma-
ud divorce in the Jewish
national service measure
Is for assignment to public,
fitary service of girls ex-
I from conscription for mili-
brv'ice because of their re-
beliefs. It passed Parlia-
\,y a vote of 57 to 15, with
stentions. The two religious
represented in the Govern-
loalition, the Mizrachi Labor
Mizrachi Parties voted for
11. The Agudah Labor, Agu-
|the Communists, the right-
llerut and the Sneh faction
Mapam Prty voted against
fcasure. The main section of
rPam Party did not vote.
marriage and divoce act
ontrol of marriage and di-
lin the Rabbinate and re-
I the civil courts to enforce
kical rulings. The measure
1 the Parliament by an over-
vote but only after its
nts had put up a stubborn
nd had introduced 30 amend-
I in a vain effort to force a
Dne time in the debate it
necessary for Acting Pre-
loshe Sharett to warn the
Issives, who opposed the
je, that their opposition
It .hi i a collapse of the pres-
pvernment coalition. Justice
er Pinches Rosen, head of
brty, abstained from voting
|e other Progressive deputy
vote against the bill.
Package Deal
"package deal" which link
women's service measure
ne marriage law had been
out at an extraordinary
of the Cabinet in which
with considerable opposi-
The cabinet was forced to
i hand when a previous meet-
representatives of the coali-
ailed to reach a satisfactory
lomise.
|he cabinet discussion, it was
fi, demands by the ministers
enting the religious forces
"ict Rabbinical regulation of
Me and divorce were heated-
frosed by Justice Minister Ro-
sen and several Mapam ministers
who objected to having the civil
courts enforce Rabbinical deci-
sions.
In winding up debate on the
women's service measure, Mr.
Sharett expressed regret that "cer-
tain circles" fighting the bill had
token their battle overseas to other
Jewish communities and had turn-
ed the fight into a"smear" cam-
paign against Israel, holding dem-
onstrations in front of the Israel
consulate in New York. Then, in
an attack on the religious elements
who claimed that conscription of
religious women was in violation
of the Torab, the Acting Premier
demanded to know where in the
Torah there, was such an injunc-
tion.
"Where is the law?" he asked.
"If such a law is written some-
where, why is it kept a secret?"
There is no such law or such rul-
ing or such regulation. The argu-
ment that the present law is im-
moral and indecent is void on any
groundthere is no proof, only
suspicions," he charged.
ZOA Holds Annual Convention;
Warns Against US Policy Shift
By The JTA
NEW YORK Twelve hundred
delegates from all parts of the
country', attending the 56th annual
convention of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America here, were
warned this week that powerful
forces in Washington sought to
change the United States Govern-
ment's policy of friendship to Is-
rael.
The warnings were sounded by
Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
the organization, in his keynote
address, and by Louis Lipsky,
chairman of the American Zionist
Council.
A message of greeting from
President Eisenhower was read at
the convention. "It is heartening
to know," the President said,
"that so many Americans from ail
parts of our nation are gathering
at such a convention and reaf-
firming their dedication to the
cause of freedom everywhere.
Upon such dedication depend not
leels Uasfcy
only our own strength, but our
hopes for peace for all the world."
The convention was also greeted
Rabbi hying- Miller Elected to Secjond
Term as Zionist Organization President
NEW YORK(JTA>The 56th
annual convention of the Zionist
Organization of America concluded
here Monday with the re-election
of Rabbi Irving Miller as president
and with the adoption of a resolu-
tion urging that the next World
Zionist Congress should, for the
first time in Zionist history, be
held in the United States.
In another resolution, the con-
vention took note of the fact that
the executive of the Jewish Agency
has before it several proposals
looking toward its enlargement
through the inclusion of non-Zion-
ist individuals who are concerned
with Israel's welfare. The conven-
tion recommended that "in fur-
therance of its aims to draw these
pro-Israel elements into its work,
"the Jewish Agency executive
"should explore plans to that end
apart from the enlargement of the
agency, through the appointment
of a special committee consisting
of representatives of all Zionist
parties, which should be directed
to submit its recommendations to
the next World Zionist Congress."
At the same time, the c inven-
tion reaffirmed its support for the
strengthening of the American
Zionist Council and the expansion
of its activities. It also expressed
the view that the Assembly of
American Zionists, which is to be
conenved on December 5th by the
AZC, should not be invested with
any legislative powers affecting the
structure and autonomy of ex-
isting Zionist bodies.
In another resolution, the con-
vention called upon the US Govern-
ment to urge the Arab states "to
engage in direct peace negotia-
tions with Israel." The resolution
emphasized that American Zion-
ists "are unalterably opposed'" to
the supply of arms to any of the
Arab states as long as they per-
sist in their refusal to come to
terms with Israel. "We urge our
government to withhold such arms
in accordance with the traditional
American policy of refusing mili-
tary assistance to nations in a state
of belligerency."
Kami Jewry to Usher in Rosh Hashonah
re than 50,000 Jews will at-
jHigh Holy Day services in
|25 synagogues throughout the
* Miami area starting with
enitential Slichot on Satur-
midnight, September 5th.
Hashonah. the first of tht
[Days, will be ushered in on
hesday evening, September
pntinuing through Thursday
Triday following.
f" Kippur, the Day of Atone
*ill be observed on Satur
September 19th.
Tifereth Israel
Iphot services at Tifereth Israel
inside Center will be on Sat-
]>' evening at 11:30 p.m., with
Louis Cassel officiating and
"Sfi!lR: Dan8er. Go Slow. On
"esday. September 9th, at 6
p.m., services will be held to mark
the eve before Rosh Hashonah,
5714.
Thursday morning services, the
first day of the New Year, will be
conducted by Rabbi Cassel, with
his sermon topic scheduled as: The
Good Life. Mincha will be at 6
p.m., followed by Maariv. The
Message Of The Shofar, will be the
subject of the Rabbi's sermon on
Friday morning, the second day
of Rosh Hashonah. Cantor Albert
Glantz will assist during the Holy-
Day services.
Young Israel
Young Israel Synagogue will
hold traditional Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for 9
a.m. Mincha will be at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by Sbalos Seudo*. Slichot
services are slated for Saturday-
evening, September 5th, at 12:15
p.m. Daily services through Rosh
Hashonah eve, September 9th, will
be at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The
first day of Rosh Hashonah will
be ushered in at 8 a.m. Services
for the second day of the New
Year are also slated at 8 a.m.
Beth il
Slichot services at Congrega-
gation Beth El are scheduled for
Saturday at midnight. Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will offi-
ciate and discuss: Arise And Sing
In The Night. Rosh Hashonah
services will be held on Wednes-
day and Thursday evenings, Sep-
tember 9th and 10th, at 6:30 p.m.,
and Thursday and Friday morn
ings, September 10th and 11th. at
8 a.m. On Thursday, Rabbi Swirsky
will discuss: The Call To The Open
Road.
Making Mountains Out Of Mo-
ments, will be the topic of his
sermon on Friday morning. Can-
tor Joshhua Breeh, with an aug-
mented Adult Choir, will chant the
liturgy. On Saturday, September
12th, members and worshippers at
the Congregation will observe the
Sabbath of Repentance, with the
service scheduled for 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Swirsky will preach on the
theme: Vrhen Return Means Prog-
ress.
Israelite Center
Traditional Friday evening serv-
ices will be held at the Israelite
Center at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 8:30
a.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky
officiating and discussing the
Weekly Portion. At midnight, Can
tor Samuel Salkow will join Rabbi
Malavsky in officiating during the
Continued on Page 2 B
by Mayor Vincent Impellitteri on
behalf of the City of New York.
"Powerful anti-Israel forces are
attempting to swing our Govern-
ment away from its policy of
friendship to Israel," Rabbi Miller
told the convention. "They are
working ceaselessly to create the
impression that the United States
has heretofore accorded 'preferen-
tial' treatment to Israel as com-
pared with the Arab states, a con-
tention which is not supported by
the factsas we took occasion to
prove by publishing the statistics,
which demonstrate that American
aid both to Israel and the Arab
states has in fact always been
characterized by an attitude of im-
partiality.
"The motive behind this propa-
ganda is transparent. They would
have the Administration translate
impartiality into appeasement and
lead our government along the
dangerous path of bidding for Arab
friendship at Israel's expense. I do
not believe that the American Gov-
ernment and people will really be
taken in by this line."
Dangerous to Relax
Mr. Lipsky said that, efforts by
anti-Israel elements to change the
policy of friendship of the execu-
tive and legislative branches of the
government had thus far failed,
but he admonished that "it would
be a mistake, however, to sit back
and regard the situation with calm
feelings and restful satisfaction.
He found out that "it is quite pos-
sible by persistent and unscrupul-
ous assault on emotions and self-
interest, by use of the new tech-
niques of public relations now be-
ing practiced on radio and televi-
sion, by occupying important out-
posts of public communication and
using them for sinister purposes.
Continued on Page 2 A
German Ballot
| Shakes Nazis
FRANKFURT (JTAIn the Sep-
tember 6th elections for the Bun-
destag, the Lower House of the
West German Parliament, eleven
parties will appear on the ballot.
Seven of them are listed on the
ballot of all nine states which com-
prise West Germany.
Several of the states have re-
jected the electoral lists of the
openly neo-Nazi parties for such
technical reasons as an insuffi-
cient number of signatures by legal
residents on the nominating peti-
tions. Nonetheless, the neo-Nazi-
Nationalist Rally will appear on the
ballot in Bavaria and Schleswig-
Holstein, while the German Reich
Party will appear on six state bal-
lots. Recently two top candidates
of the German Reich Party, former
Goebbels aide Werner Naumann
and Hans Ulrich Rudel, were struck
off the ballots by government ac-
tion.
While the Nationalist Rally and
German Reich Party are unabash-
edly pro-Nazi, individual ex-Nazis
appear on many other party tick-
ets. In the Lower Saxony constitu-
ency where Naumann was running,
the candidate of the Free Demo-
cratic Party is a former Nazi peas-
ant leader and a onetime high-
ranking officer of the Social Reich
Party, which was outlawed last
year because of its openly Nazi
character.
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HllDAY, SEPTEMHP.
ZOA Holds Annual
Meet In New York
Continued from Page 1 A
by penetrating avenues of influ-
ence closed to us by religious or' September 8th.
social barriers, by operating undis-
turbed among the grass roots of
American lifeas to accelerate the
burgeoning of prejudice and pas-
sion as to cause precipitate change
of policy.
Hialeah Mayoralty,
Councilman Race
Set For Tuesday
Election for the two-year-terra
of office as mayor and councilman
in Hialeah will be held on Tuesday.
Registration Opens
At Beach Center
The Religious School of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center is now
registering children for the com-
ing scnoot year in its Hebrew de-
Incumbent Henry Milander I partment, Sunday School and Nurs-
heads a field of three other candi-' ery. announced Ben Zion Ginsburg.
dates and ;U seek to succeed him- chairman of the Religious School.
"Our Religious School has been
planned carefully to meet the
three to five years of age partici-
pate in traditional prayers and
songs. Transportation to and from
the Center is provided.
self in the Tuesday race for the
Hialeah mayor post. Others run-
needs of students at all age and
The propaganda which failed of ning are Harry Pop"' Jenkins. Ab- | learning levels. In addition to an
its purpose this year will rally elardo (AD Lopez. Jr. and Joel
again for another trial of strength Pierce.
at the first opportunity. We must! Thirty two candidates have qual-
be prepared for it and rally all ified for the councilmanic contest
our friends and the instruments of to fill seven vacancies. High man
public opinion that are friendly to' will become president of the coun-
us in order to react promptly, in-' cil. Candidates include:
telligently and tactfully to their1 Vernon J. Ashley, C. E. "Char-
carefully made plans to impair lie" Brady. Paul Butler. Ed Camp-
status of the State of Israel in the bell. Fred Campiglia. A. H. (Whit-
sight of American public opinion
;-.nd through it radically to influ-
ence government."
Urges Clarification
In his keynote address, which
touched on all phases of the Is-
rael and Zionist situation. Rabbi
Miller called on the United States
irovernment to clarify its position
en the status of Jerusalem "as
quickly as possible" in order not
to give "an impression that the
.Arab States are able to extort from
Washington statements which are
;-.t variance with our country's pol-
icy, and thereby confuse the situ-
ation" He ititmd that Jerusal-
'.he capital of Israel
xtricably linked with Jewish
.--.tv Jewish tradition and the
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TV I.I IVVII.S
mmoiATt mtvtsioti sikvki
NIGHTS. SUNDAYS HOLIDAYS
S3 for Ceil
Pfcaa* crrr-wiDE tv 13-mi
ey) Caswell. Bill Cole. E. V. Davis.
Byrd V. Duke. Ed Frey. H. A.
iHank) Frasch. Mrs. Tello Griffith.
Mrs. Evelyn Harvey. John D. Jones.
Thomas King. Paul E. Kroeger.
Bill Lockward
Charles A. Martin. John Miller.
George Neff. John Post. Ed Ri-
dolph. Paul Rindom. Celo Rubiera.
Jack D (Smittyi Schmidt. Jim Ho-
sea Smith. Earl L Sutor. "Tally-
Ho" Ralph Talley. M. E. (Milt)
Thompson. Henry E. Van Wit,
Charles A Whiteacre and Roy
Woodruff.
excellent knowledge of the Hebrew-
language and traditions, the staff
is expertly trained in the best
methods of capturing the interest
of the child and making the He-
brew School and Sunday School a
pleasurable and worthwhile experi-
ence to which the child looks for-
ward eagerly." Ginsburg said.
The Hebrew School students at-
tend three times weekly. Classes
include training in Jewish history'
and holiday customs, as well as
instruction in the Hebrew lan-
guage. The increased enrollment of
girls in this department continues
a trend begun last year, accord-
ing to Ginsburg. Children in the
second grade or above are eligible
to enroll. Transportation is pro-
vided for pupils attending Bis-
cayne. Nautilus and North Beach
Elementary' Schools.
The Miami Beach Jewish Center
Hebrew High School, under the
auspices of the Bureau of Jewish
Beth David Holy Day Program Education, will begin its registra-
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor lion shortly after Rosh Hashonah,
Maurice Mamches will participate jt was announced this week. The
in a High Holy Day program, H|Sn School is open to students
scheduled for Sunday morning, i
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
amm usi warn roa a ham and HMnHH new ham,
1. And Advises the Public:
A. To bey kosher products only In places where the communal
sign of endorsement is exposed,
B. Te bey poultry only where the commenal ring of endorsement
T\ 1 B 3 '* attached te it;
C. To accept "Heady for Per, salted chickens enly where they
ore so identified by a special toe en the pl.mba of the
chickens; and
2. Informs the Public:
thet words in Hebrew tech at "Frishe Heisth," "Baser," etc.,
ore not proof that the store sells hasher products; and, a 6-
peinted star or such words as "kosher" ar "strictly hasher" is
not a guarantee that the product is kosher unless an authority
ea the sublet of Kashreth identifies it as kosher; and
3. Warns the Peblic:
that words such as "hosher-ityle," "traditional Friday niaht
LTSd m29A2"* a"4 ,h U,e of 'JIWII star
ore misleading the public and are therefore a breach of the law
ef the cities' ordinances.
For Any Other Information Regarding Kashreth, Call Our Director:
RABBI JOSEPH I. BACKOVSKY at 5-359S
Harry Sirkin, Pros. M. Seetin, See'*. $ t-hel tmm
who have graduated from a He-
brew school in the Miami Beach
area. There is no tuition fee for the
Hfejh School which includes first
and second year courses.
Sunday School is open to all
children from Kindergarten
through ninth grade. Classes are
held on Sunday from 930 a.m. to
12:15 p.m.. for those in Kindergar-
ten through the 6th grade. For
those in the 7th grade and up.
classes meet on Tuesday afternoons
and Saturday mornings.
The Sunday High School meets
every Sunday morning and is open
to tenth and eleventh graders. The
curriculum includes the makeup of
the Jewish community, its various
organizations and their functions
4' and the disccussion of Jewish prob-
lems of importance to their age
group.
nder the direction of Mrs. Nor-
man Glover, classes will be in
session daily from 9 a.m. to 12
noon, beginning September 14th
In addition to supervised play and
the celebration of the children's
birthdays, there are weekly Sab-
bath parties in which tots from
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M0litP tenter Tteketm Avaitabie
n Malavsky, spirit- week.
It was also announced that the
Center has increased its member-
ship by some 60 families since
Rabbi Malavsky's arival here.
Plans for a consecration are slated
bbi Morto
adcr of the Israelite Center.
T^ s*H*n WMIE
nday. September 7th. at 6
, snecial Rosh Hashonah
'ii^was announced this
for next month, according to the
spiritual leader.
Jacob Brown, ticket chairman at
(he Israelite Center, said this week
that several seats for t he High
Holy T** tr itiH available Ind
may be obtained at the Center for
the services.
Beach Chapter Party
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith, Women will hold its
weekly menorah1 game* p'tfAy at
the Empress Hotel on Wednesday,
September 9th, 12:30 p.m.
Gables Yom Kippur Dance
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
hold its annual Yom Kippur night
danee^Wi* amirday evening, Sep-
tember 19th, 9 p.Bu at the^ Center^
Mrs. Charlotte Half*it is in cha
of the affair.
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And establish \ustice in the gate."
AMOS. VI*
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And they shall also make gardens,
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Elul 24. 5713
Rabbi Miller's Reelection and the ZOA
Rabbi Irving Miller was reelected to a sec-
ond term as president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America during the ZOA's 56th annual
cc-vention held in New York City. His re-
election speaks well for the Rabbi's vigorous
lecdership.
Upon his assumption of office last year, Rab-
bi Miller spoke out unflinchingly with regard
to :he ZOA's future. Mincing no words, he stat-
ed mat the organization was in the midst of a
profound change which apparently paralyzed
its effort in behalf of the Zionist cause. In
order to assume a position of leadership once
accin, Rabbi Miller called for the expression of
a -ew credo.
As we see it, this credo aimed at defining
the ZOA's purpose in a world that had already
seen the establishment of the State of Israel.
His coining of the phrase, "spiritual identifi-
cation," was geared toward elaborating upon
the relationship between American Jewry and
the infant republic. Thus, Rabbi Miller immedi-
ately sought to remove from the ZOA the
pcralysis that muddled its function since 1948.
We recall the Rabbi's subsequent trip to Is-
rael and his conferences with Prime Minister
Dcvid Ben-Gurion during which he carefully
laid out the Zionist Organization of America's
future programs; we recall, as well, the vigor
and forthrightness of purpose with which he
met Israeli attempts to incorporate the ZOA
into a larger Zionist scheme that served to
minimize the organization's earlier contribu-
ticr.s toward the establishment of the Jewish
ste'e and that made light of the concept of
spiritual identification.
Rabbi Miller's battle to clarify the signifi-
cance of this identification has already pro-
duced noteworthy results on the American Jew-
ish scene. While still in the midst of a pro-
fcund philosophical change, the ZOA is per-
Tlie f hi it i ;im I In lions
7 he September 6th elections in West Ger-
rr.cr.y will warrant careful consideration by
the free world. Most important is the campaign
of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and his Chris-
tian Democratic Party. As leader of the Ger-
man coalition government, he has been a sig-
nificant factor in the cooperation his country
he? extended to the Western Powers and the
encrt aimed at building a defensive bulwark
against the inroads of Communist expansion
on the continent.
Ecstern Powers, under the aegis of the USSR.
are currently trying to discredit Adenauer and
his party. They have called him everything
m the propagandist's primer from a "warmong-
er" to the "tool of imperialist America." As
we see it, the degree of success or failure of
his campaign will measure Germany's desire
tc be identified with the democratization pro-
cess and with the Western-sponsored long
rcr.ee program of remilitarization.
Not to be forgotten are the equally signifi-
cant campaigns for seats in the Bundestag, the
Lower House of Bonn's Parliament. Eleven par-
ties will appear on the ballot, and many of
the candidates running for office have shown
open Nazi affiliation. It seems to us that the
Germans have done a good job of rejecting a
number of these candidates, including their
listing on the ballot, but many of them will
rernain for the election on Sunday. Without
a doubt, Bavaria, Schleswig-Holstein and Low-
er Saxony, among the nine states composinq
West Germany, have been the most active
areas for pro-Nazi movements.
Werner Naumann, a former Goebbels aide
was scheduled to run in Lower Saxony but
he hot been stricken from the ballot on a last
minute "technicality." What will happen to
Sr;rT?rf"Naz' P1*68 like ,he Nationalist Rally,
BHD Refugee and the All-German People's Par-
ties remains to be seen. Should their spokes-
men capture a significant number of seats in
the Bundestag, it will be a prelude to the day
wr.en German cooperation with the West on
democratic terms is nigh on over.
ceptibly beginning to shake itself loose from
the lack of assurance that seized its leadership
after the UN partition of Palestine.
Following his reelection, Rabbi Miller this
week once again affirmed his faith in the Zion-
ist Organization and in his new credo of spir-
itual identification. There is nothing ambigu-
ous about our political allegiance to the United
States and our concept of Jewish life, he said,
and we must have no intention of "explaining"
ourselves. This was by way of squelching less
vigorous voices that see the possibility of po-
litical duality in identification with Israel.
As well, the Rabbi called upon our govern-
ment to make a firm stand with regard to cur-
rent pivotal issues among them the US atti-
tude toward the Arab Leaque, internationaliza-
tion of Jerusalem and Mutual Security Aid.
Thus, Rabbi Miller begins his second term as
president of the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica with the same forthriqhtness that marked
his election to office last year.
A New Crisis
It seems that the Israel coalition government
is once again weathering rough seas. The ef-
fort on the part of the Israeli leadership to con-
script orthodox women for service has reached
a new snag. Recognizing the need for girls
in public, non-military duties, the Parliament
recently framed the Women's National Service
Act which was brought to a vote only after a
"package deal" had been worked out giving
the Rabbinate complete control over marriage
and divorce in the Jewish state.
Now, it turns out that extreme orthodox ele-
ments want no part of the deal. They call the
conscription of women "immoral and in-
decent," and Acting Prime Minister Moshe
Sharett has had a difficult time of balancing
the divergent opinions voiced by the Agudah
Labor, Agudath, Herut and Mapam Parties.
Warning that the controversy may precipi-
tate the fall of the present coalition, Mr. Shar-
ett urged the passage of the Service Act He
condemned the fact that groups fighting the
bill had taken their battle to other Jewish com-
munities, holding demonstrations, particularly,
in New York City before the Israel Consulate!
As we see it. this latest difficulty comes at a
most inopportune time and can have nothing
but negative consequences on many issues re-
lating to the Jewish state. It would be well for
all parties involved to bring the controversy
to a conclusion before Israel's enemies capital-
ize on it in the current propagandistic war.
__________________HttPAY,
During The Week a i s-3t
BrLEOiCHDLlK '< I*;
THERE IS AN OLD YIDDISH PROVERB which fred,
reads: "The pig always exhibits his kosher foot." This acaui
ing when it is understood that one of the marks of a koshJT'
is a split hoof. Thus the pig, in his desire not to be sepvIL?
the community, calls attention to his only acceptable char
The wisdom of the proverb lies in the fact that it recognizes w *
in the wholeness of things rather than in its parts.
A recent incident in Washington illustrates this proveri
Dr. Louis Harap. managing editor of Jewish Life, was subpoe*
appear before the un-American Committee. Like many intefu?'
who have bridled against the infringement on their constitution!!
to privacy in matters of political thought or affiliation, Dr i
remained silent by invoking the First and Fifth Amendment
he went a step further. He said to the un-American Commitu,
June 29th:
"My refusal to answer is also based on the fact that as a
have the obligation not to cooperate with this committee becaiuTJ
committee is tending to bring this country into the same cood
as those under which 6.000,000 Jews were murdered."
Now. I have no notion about defending Representative
Velde'i methods or his committee. This business of investie
people was at first whimsical and humorous. But so were the 1
Reich Fuehrer's early antics. It has come to the point where]
picion runs rife and where men fear to speak and write as they
But I have also no notion about defending Dr. Harap. The!
vidual characteristic of his remarks to the un-American Coma
rang true for the honest-minded person. Yet, in its totality, his l
was utterly unworthy and dangerous. Dr. Harap, in his central i
tion as a witness, identified himself with the American Jewish l
munity in the hope of saving himself from further interrogation
parently, his "kosher foot" did not help him.
LhWKJ>MmU
HB DAY WITH NO REGIMENTATION
REPRESENTATIVE KIT CLARDY ASKED THE EDITOR: "Dal
shrink with the same horror from what the Soviet Union is doiaj]
the Jews?" Dr. Harap thereupon took the opportunity of embellia;
the sudden switch in Russian foreign policy that appeared on the M
national scene early this summer and just about three months sal
the death of Josef Stalin. He said that bigotry would not be tolersktl
there and that the arrest and punishment of those who forotaaj
anti-Semitism in the Moscow doctors' case was proof of his poiat
Without a doubt. Dr. Harap thus marked himself, as well tt I
political position. His defensive measure, which obscured Coma
inclination with Jewish identification, did much harm to Aa
Jewry, at large. In this regard, the anti-Defamation League of I
B'rith subsequently joined forces with the American Jewish Coa
and the Jewish War Veterans of the United States to set the un-A
can Committee straight on the matter of taking testimony fros]
who are suspected of Communist affiliation.
Herman Edelsberg, of the ADL. Marcus Cohn. of the AJC,aJ|
Ben Welter, of the JWV, met with Representative Wide to poiati
that Dr. Harap spoke for no Jewish organization or Jewish group I
that, by placing credence in his remarks, false inferences mujatl
drawn that are inapplicable so far as American Jewry is cono
I am not aware of the fact that the three representatives analywfl
Harap's initial remark at the investigation; but it most certainly sal
have been. Someone might have pointed out that Jews decideflfi
not "have the obligation not to cooperate," and that Dr Harap'il
ality was intellectually dishonest and dangerous.
Now it turns out that the editorial staff of Jewish Life at
disturbed, and it has just finished issuing a firm repudiation "fL
organizations. In an Open Letter dated August 25th the editorsaM
the opportunity of attacking McCarthy, Jenner and Velde behindp
banner of such illustrious Jewish names as Dr. Ira Eisenstein, Hi
B. Ehrmann and Frank Rosenblum, a labor leader Quoting u>"'J
remarks concerning the investigators, the editors, like Dr Hant
fore the un-American Committee, seek to make their stand "ko^
*
THEIR ATTACK AGAINST THE ADL, AJC and JWV is basedjj
a letter, reputedly not for publication, uncovered in the ADL's
The letter elaborates on the meeting of the three men with H
sentative Velde and enumerates the suggestions given to the iw
gators regarding the methods to be employed in calling a Jewish
ness before the committee.
The editors state: "People misinformed or misled about the *l
ation of Soviet Jews may differ with Dr. Harap's statement oni"]
matter. But there can be little dispute with his warning about t"
danger to the Jews from the Velde Committee and McCarthyissii
general." This is identical with Dr. Harap's reply to Represent*
('lardy on June 29th. Both betray their political colors beyosM
doubt. The editors' indulgent attitude toward those who "may d
is downright amusing, especially when they explain that "Dr.
was only spelling out the implications for the Jewish people
Mel arthyism.
Recalling the ADL letter, the editors finally indicate that l|
three organizations have offered "to serve the reactionary purposes
the committee, to inform on other Jews in short, to ^ml7
rim ." what must be clearly understood is that the Jewish peoF
as such, need no "spelling out." It is the American people, a *
and of which the Jews are a part, that needs enlightenment in 1
regard The editors' employment of the concept of the informer'
her hand completely; the problem of informing is a major I
the police state and one to which people in a democratic **'*!!
hardly sensitive. Their use of the Hebrew word for ">'"rmer1.1SI
ed to make the American Jew an isolated in group, one which m u
fer most from the Fascism whose oncoming here they predict
this in-group attitude they ek to generate, these editor* and
loiiowers hope to lose an obvious political identity.
Wi..n ** ****** tn" eventuality that the ADL, AJC and JWV ~
Within the limits of protocol, they sought to prevent further a
in which Judalam is used aa a mask for intrigue. Add. bj'
,,h"n*red home the fact that HcCsrthyism is a threat w ^L
thmking people, that Fascism is a dmUeo* to.democracy *


IX SEPTEMBQ* 4.1953
*Je*l&abr*mr}
Ses Nursery Opens Registration
[Nursery and Kindergarten, spon-
Utf and operated by the Coral
Lies Jewish Center Sisterhood,
ill have registration for the Ift
on September 8th and Kh
ttween 10 a.m. and 12 noon, at
I Palermo Avenue.
[There are individual classes for
each age level from three to five
rears, six classes in at), according
to an announcement here.
Curriculum includes creative
arts and crafts, musk, games, su-
pervised play, field trips and also a
Jewish orientation program cen-
tered around the holidays.
Seven Lively Arts
Friends of the aeven Lively Arts,
JJth Street, and Ocean Court, will
present its. second Friday .Film
Forum tonight, at p.m. with
Robert Flaherty's documentary.
Elephant Boy. A critical commen-
tary will follow the showing, eval-
uating the work of the late direc-
tor-producer. Admission is free.
*abbi Je/onocfte Will
Officiate At Flagier-Granada
Flagler Granada Jewish commu-
nity Center will bold Us High Holy
Day services this year in its main
auditorium, with special services
being conducted for children in
its newly acquired annex.
Aabbi Leon L. Solonche, who was
ordained at Yeshiva Eisenberg in
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1937 and who has served as spirit-
ual leader of many congregations
in New York City before coming |o
Miami, will officiate. Reverend Leo
Helm, director of religious activ-
ities at the Center, will chant the
services. They wiir both ft as-
sisted by Eze Rubenstein.
Also chanting the liturgy will be
the Women's Choir composed of
members of the Centre Glee Club.
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Miss Schulman Weds
Alan B. Kcsslcr
The former Mitt Esther Schul-
man and Alan B. Keller were mar-
ried in the Sherry Frontenac Ho-
tel en August 23rd. with Rabbi
- Lehrman officiating The
couple are now honeymooning in
.Mexico City and Acapulco.
The bride i> the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Edward Schulman. 2720
S\V 14th Street. Mr Kessler is the
son cf Mrs. Thelma Kessler. 1350
SW 25th Avenue.
1 of honor was the bride-
- ostar, Miss More* Loa
-r Bridesmaid- were the
- Carol Schwarti and Phylis
-tern
r.an Schulman. the brides

er. was be>t man. Acting as
u>ber* were Morris Danzig. Henry
-!. Raymond Seftell and Mar-
-r.berg. Flower girts were
Fl -er.ee and Suian Eisenstad
newlyireds will be at home
f SW 6th Street, after Sep-
rr ?th
Shapiros Leave For
IOne-Month Trip
Tw.> conventions and a family
visit are on the agenda for Mayor1
and Mrs Harold Shapiro, of Miami j
,B^fh. who left Wednesday far a,
month long trip
The Shapiro will make their first
stop in Chicago, where the Mayor
will attend the Jewi>h War Veter-
ans Convention as commander of
Miami Beach Post 330
On September 7th. they will vis-
it the Mayor's mother and long-
time friends in his former home.
Milwaukee
Last stop on the trip will be
Montreal and the opening session
of a CS-Canada Conference of
Mayors slated for September 20th.
Mayor Shapiro expect* to meet
Beach Councilmen Harold Spaet.
Harold Turk and D Lee Powell at
the Mayor's meeting.
page 6 A *Je*istofkx1cMan FRIDAY, sept
< 1353
*rt. Aim I. lessfcr
Gcrri Prison Chooses Chant illy I^ace,
Tulle Over Satin For Sunday Rites
aft and Mrs Albert Frisch. of
SW 30th Avenue. Miami, an-
r.c-rre the marriage of their
di. wrer. Geraldine Gerri to Paul
-V omb Tobin at the Lincoln
Maanr on August 23rd Rab:
Shaj ro officiated.
bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Samuel StC
- .
ride wore ch. -- rj
ice bodice
"- "
ke trimmed
-
- chip*; train of lac- I
'.- i --
adpiece set
-eed pear as. She
ear? i --..-.
I bocor
raffeta
.ng headpiece B r fitted a^ Fnch the brides r.ephew m
She nngbearer
tell Shockett
,chthe
- cou- bnd*'5 hrother: Donald Steiri. the
the bride from Cincinnati, bridegroom s broth-r: Lester
arole Mon^rt-- ere r reenberg: and Marvin Amnovitz
Their sea^hell green gowns Following a wedding trip to New
-' the ir.aid of hon- Vorte. the newl>wed< will re*ide at !
P:r.k carnations, augmented 2 SW 4th Street
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the bnc
in inde-cent pink taffeta
-atching headpiece She car-'
Nebelcoph, Meltzer
Troth Is Revealed
Miss Marilyn Marlene Nebelcoph
I and Irving M Meltzer will wed in
Curtiss Hall. Philadelphia. Pennsyl-
vania, on September 13th.
The bride-elect is the daughter
I of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Nebelcoph.
Philadelphia She met her fiance
at the Sea Gull Hotel, where he is
coffee shop manager. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Warner. 9148
Emerson Street. Surfside.
Miss Nebelcoph attended schools
in Philadelphia Mr. Meltzer was a
-tudent at the L'niversity of Miami.
The couple will honeymoon in Mex-
ico and live in Miami.
Classman. Pert-man
Rites In Chicago
:- i otu Vi. .er Gbpsuua became
Mrs. Alan Uraer
Candlelight Rites Unite Miss Russack,
Alan Lorber At Temple Israel
Mrs. lawraaca taaa>
Miss Robinson Weds
m marriage by her father
and attended by Mrs Irving Sptc.
tor. sister of the bridegroom In-
in. G'assman. the bride's brother.
*i- -.est man.
7V ^ollowing s months honev--
moon.
Sam Pere. h:* uncles, and Mr and
Mrs. M M. Goldman
Peter's brother and sister. David
and Nancy. wiM also be at the cere-
mony
Mitzvah Saturday
Peter Joseph Pere -or.' of Mr
-e petals. Ron- and Mrs Harry Pere will become '
Bar Mluvah at the Beth David j
Synagogue on Saturday morning.'
September 5th.9 a m
The Bar Mitzvah is a student,1
, in the eighth grade, at Kinloch
tb* bride of Sam Perlman! of Chi *** ,Junio' ** School and is a ln TWjK fVppninnv
c-- Illinois, or. August 16th The W1 lead*r lr' *>> Scout Troop "' 2r* l--ICIHOn\
were n Chicago". No e Lufkin. Texas was the scetle of
Hote. :th Rabbi Louis Hli r*llr action wa< un tht marriage of Miss Beverly Sue
N Levy, of the Weal Roger* Park der Mr Grfory TM Rosenkranz. ob">s>n and Lawrence Landy on
Congregation, officiating. Kiddusb will follow the cere Sunda> Th*y were wed in the
IV brid- is the daughter of Mr ""** *nwB* ***** attending wiU Aa',iM Hotel *> Rabbi Harvey
and ?.!rs. A H. Gla.wman. 1534 Eu- ** Mrs K*"1*1 **- the Bar Mitz- f> officiating.
did Avenue. Miami Beach She was' vah's grandmother Max Katz and bnd* ,s the d*u8ht*' of Mr
and Mrs Sam Robinson, of Luf-
kin Mr Landy is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Landy. 1436 Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach.
Given in marriage by her father.
newly wed Mrs. Landy wore a gown
of lace and tulle over net. The fit-
ted bodice featured glints of crys-
tal and pearl beading and off-the-
sboulder heart-shaped neckline
The skirt had side panniers and
ended in a court train
The bride > illusion veil fell
from a pear! and rhinestone crown
She earned a white Bible with
hite orchid
Matron of honor was Mrs Law-
rence Block The Misses Florence
Abram. Joan Robinson and Threse
Landa were bridesmaids. They
wore ballerina length gowns of
aqua silk and net and carried yel-
low roses.
Sheldon Aberman. Miami Beach,
was best man Cshers included
Lawrejice PearlmuUer and Arnold
Straus, also of Miami Beach.
A reception followed the cere-
ony at the Angelina. After a
honeymoon in West Texas, the
newlyweds will reside in Miami.
A candlelight ceremony united
Miss Nancy Louise Russack and Mr.
Alan R. Lorber on Thursday eve-
ning. August 27th. in Kaplan Hall.
Temple Israel. Dr. Joseph R. Narot
officiated. Miss Frances Tarboux,
pianist, and Miss Flora Previn, so-
loisst. provided nuptial music.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mr- Morton Russack. 3300 Chase
Avenue. Miami Beach, was given in
marriage by her father. Her gown
was fashioned of nylon tulle over
satin with a short train and an allu-
sion neckline. A heart shaped rose-
point lace cap held the floor-length
rose-point lace veil, a family heir-
loom. She carried her mother's
wedding handkerchief of rose-point
lace made in Island. Her bouquet
was an old-fashioned nose-gay of
white roses and stephanotis.
Mrs. Robert L. Kaplan, the
bride's only attendant, wore a
waltz-length gown of pink nylon
tulle over taffeta and carried an
old-fashioned nose-gay of pink rose
buds and carnations.
Mr. Lorber. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving C. Lorber, chose his brother,
Jerry', of Chicago, for his best man.
Ushers included Morton Goudiss,
Norman Dubin. cousin of the
groom, Alan Kornblum and Barm"
Rothenberg. A reception in lup-
Ian Hall followed the ceremony.
Miss Joy Berrick kept the bride's |
book.
Out-of-town guests included that I
bride's grandmother, Mrs. E. H.I
Rosenwald. Beverll Hills, Cat
| fornia. and the bride's aunt, Mai
E. O. Chimene. Forest Hills, Loaf]
Island. New York.
For her wedding trip to HaMLl
, the Virgin Islands, and San Juan, j
Puerto Rico, the bride wore al
' black and white print dress withal
black raw silk jacket Her hat wnj
I coral felt.
After September 15th. the rl
I pie will reside at 924 Marseille!]
I Drive. Normandy Isle,
1 Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
l'ionHT Women
Honor Mrs. Katz
- Women. Club No 2 *..]
dinner party on S
ninf, September 6th. 6 p.m at the
Trocadero Restaurant in honor of
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Katz
ftfln Katz is Child Rescue Fund
airman of the organization
U charge of arrangement- ire
the Mesdames Ida Powell Manva
v and Esther Shedroff Mr*
;m Malmuth is chairman of
the evening.
Gcblm rnoi B'rfth Meeting
Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai
B'rith will meet on Tuesday eve-
ning. September 15th. 8 p.m.. at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
NOTICE V PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1M4
AI.Ki: M.\CK. Plaintiff,
a
LOl'18 MACK, Daf^nrtant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tu LOUIS MACK
LOOia MACK. r.. haawby
notified thai a Bill .rf Cmi'laint f..r
ntvore* haa b**n filed .,int v..n.
.1 .!!- minimi tO rv ft MM
AMWr ... I'lmilinR to Ihr
Hill of Complaint on the iilatnlifr a
Attornr>. BBN i:ssi\. .j Rrybold
Fluildinic. Miami. Florida. nd fll.- th*
ilainal Anauri or I'lMdlnit In la.-
' Ih, Clnk of thf Clr.-ull Court
>ri or hrforr th ztth dav ,.f i M-tobpr
' fall t.. do an, Jutemcnt
! 'lefualt will be taarn -cuIiim v.,u
f';r th<- rrUrl drmandr.1 In ItM BID
iiplalnt.
l-.Ni: AM. ORI.KKKI. ,t Miami.
,.,"ii. 2nd d;. ..f napumbar,
1 D I KAHiKKMAN.
cuik. Ctrcwn Court.
'<<< Ci.unti. Horlda
Bj M c HRFFX
H ircuil Cmirt Srali Hrputv I'lrrk
Ait.-mrv for 1'l.iintifr
KKN
atlac, Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"T1CK is HKIIKIIV CJIVKN that
Jhf undrrianed. dealrltur u> rnnr In
BaalBMa undar Ihr flrtitloua nama of
[HK 8HORK HtlTEU al ISM Collln*
i Miami Bvark. Inlrn to rrclntrr
"ain Mmr with tha Clrrk of thr ilr-
"^iVJ?? of lHdr '"Univ. Florida.
. i'T; 'VV* ALU^"T ZIXKKKMAN
-.*-il-li.z5
Locke Bar Mitzvah
Maurv Locke, son of Mr. aalj
Mrs. S. William Locke. 407 Alt>]
Mr, Corel Gables, will become Bar
Mitzvah during the Saturday morfj
ing services at Zamora Jewish CM-1
ter. Rabbi Max M. Landman wiBj
officiate.
UOAL MOTICK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0U .
IN AND FOR DADE C0UN">i
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. JW-"I
In Ka: tSTATK OK
CHARLOTTE K. ""'^"Vj,.^^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Oadilora and All lrawna aaaw a
ins ChUma or Demands Again J-|
Tou. ami aach of you. r b*r|
noUnl and required "V P"'?,u SI
clalrna and damanda whi.h >"'.M|
rlthar of >ou. ma) h' '" ',*'urj|
a.tata of CHARIXITTK K H' .;"
d^.-ea^d Ute of Fanf" '''.^""Sa-l
Htaia of Connrcil.ut. t" l",u-|
of l>ada County, and Hla lha
hia o/flcf In th County < o
in !>. Counly. Florida th"i gjI
-l-nar rnonlh- from tl><- <*'' '^iB,l
flrat iMibltcatlon baraof. >u' ^.1
or daananda to oontain "" cTVwaj
drraa of tha claimant anil l ,
to and ptwaaartaa as foreaala.
will h* barred. .,
WII.I.I AM KKV.AKI'J>
A- An.lllara AdrnlntaOTX'
CMARXOTTE r*. Hfc*5*l
IIICUARP KRIKGFm "Nlj. uW
Allornar lor ihr AncIar> fct'
NOTICE UNWRF'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW ^ ,Mt
NOTICE IS HKREPY > 1\L. *
Jh, ..^rairn^d. rj|,n, ^ *5 !
buaanraa uJidr ha f" KKT
PKMM.WAT POOD ***** vu
l7- |>nnvtvla ,Ax'n^d
of I** C.n,n,VAM..;. yAs
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Altorwaf for Ar-plicanla
tSl Lincoln Road
S/4-11-1I-SS


JAY. SEPTEMBER*. 1953.
Personally Speaking
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
,i daughter. Barbara, of 421 SW
Bh Road, Miami, have returned
jm a five-week vacation during
Aich (hey visited their son, Jeff-
m at camp in the Pocono Moun-
ts and spent some time in
[aine.
Vr -ir A ten week business and vaca-
,. trip ended on a happy note as
jami manufacturer Charles Sil-
, and his wife, Sylvia, son, Jer-
ie, and daughter, Phyllis, landed
Miami International Airport.
fhile abroad, the Silvers family
Krtored 7,000 miles through every
,ropean country. They reside on
iami Beach.
ft -ft -it
Dr. and Mrs. Morris D. Reimer
id daughter, Joan, of Brooklyn,
fw York, are vacationing at the
peony Hotel. Dr. Reimer is psy-
liatrist for the New York City
ilice Department and senior psy-
atrist at the Brooklyn State and
.joklyn Jewish Hospitals. The
timers are cousins of Frank Gor-
bn, 4740 Alton Road, Miami
Each.
ft ft ft
Mr and Mrs George Kronen-
(>ld have ju-t returned from an
neetion tour of hotels in Ja-
aica. They visited Kingston,
vrer Isle and Montego Bay
bach.
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[Pansy Flaum is off to the Flor-
ls' Telegraph Delivery Associa-
ton Convention at the Shamrock
ptel in Houston. Texas. From
(ere, she will make a one-month
ur through Mexico.
I ^
iMrs. Frances Rubin, of the Shore
lub Hotel, left for Scarsdale, New
fcrk, to visit her children. From
lere, she will travel to Spring-
field, Massachusetts, for -a brief
stay with her sister and family.
Mrs. Rubin plans to return here
alter the holidays.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Pushkoff.
of 1550 SW 16th Avenue, have re-
turned to Miami alter spending
several months in Ferndale, New
York.
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Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz,
of 3350 Flamingo Drive, Miami
Beach, have returned from a two-
month trip abroad. They visited
England, Switzerland, Belgium, It-
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The Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission has reopened its of-
fice for the coming season, an-
nounced Harry J. Sonz, chair-
man of the commission, which is
the joint youth agency of Hadas-
sah and the Zionist Organization
of America.
The Youth Commission sponsors
locally Young Judaea groups, Ju-
nior Hadassah and IZFA. Jewish
boys and girls between the ages
of 8 to seventeen are eligible for
membership in Young Judaea clubs
in Greater Miami. The Youth Com-
mission is also looking for quali-
fied Youth leaders to work with
these groups, Sonz said.
Frank S. Sulkin Passes
Frank S. Sulkin, age 87, formerly
of 3608 SW 25th Street, Miami,
passed away on September 2nd.
A resident here for eight years, he
came from Boston, Massachusetts.
Mr. Sulkin was a house painter, a
member of the Miami Zionist Dis-
trict and was a member of King
Solomon Lodge, Knights of Pyth-
ias of Boston for forty-eight years.
He is survived by his wife, Celia;
five sons, Leo and George, of Bos-
ton, Simon, of Dallas, Texas, Sid-
ney, of Betheseda, Maryland, and
Norman, of Memphis, Tennessee;
also ten grandchildren. Services
were held at Gordon's Miami
Chapel, 11 a.m., Thursday. Remains
will be sent to Boston for services
and interment.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBa ,^1
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MIAMI. FLORIDA_
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1953
SEC. B
Iritish Jewry Attempts to
Revive Interest in Rabbinate
By GEOFFREY D. PAUL
'. jtwith Telegraphic Agency
LONDON Just over a year
o and as the result of their con-
prn at the small number of young
nen offering themselves for train-
[,,, as spiritual leaden
ter the ministry, he was frequently! are burdened with the problem of
discouraged by his elders. [making ends meet.
This, not unnaturally, led the) After noting that there is no
commission to consider the "econ-1 standard or even minimum quali-
omic factor." Its findings, here', fication required of a candidate be-
again, were a reflection on Jewish fore he can be appointed to a po
for the
AnKlo-Jewi'sh community, the Coun-
cil of the United Synagogue, con-
trolling body of the major Ortho-
Idox congregations in Britain, and
Khe Council of Jews' College, train-
ing school for ministers, establish-
led a commission to inquire into the
(reasons for this paucity of minister-
ial candidates.
f Their report, recently published,
lis a fascinating and. in some ways.
la disheartening document. Many of
Itheir conclusions, based on evi-
dence from leading Rabbis and oth-
ler authorities, is a sad commentary
Ion the present position within
[Anglo-Jewry which is now. outside
I of those Jewish communities east
[of the Iron Curtain, the major Jew-
| rv in Europe.
The commission set forth three
major reasons for the shortage of
ministerial candidates. The first
was the "religious factor." Here,
it found, the number of parents
anxious that their sons should
adopt a career in which the Sab-
bath and the holy days could be
strictly observed had lessened.
There did not appear to be, either
among parents or their sons, any
sense of a call to service for Juda-
ic. In fact, even in those cases
where a vouth felt a desire to en-
parents. "As the average,member
of the community grew in afflu-
ence," it noted, "his ambitions for
sition in a congregation, the report
turns to its recommendations.
These are prefaced by the observa-
his sons took a higher flight." The | tion that it is the community at
better money and alleged higher I large which determines the quality
social standing of the professions and quantity of the ministry.
have clearly weighted the judg-
ment of parents. Recruits for the
Jewish ministry, with exceedingly
rare exceptions, have ccme from
homes where a real sacrifice has
had to be made by the parents to
enable their children to carry
through their studies.
Most interesting is the commis-
sion's probe into the "status of
the ministry." the third of its in-
vestigatory headings. It boldly
makes the point that dissatisfac-
tion exists among the clergy itself.
"In particular, they suffer from a
sense of futility and frustration."
.This is attributed to a number of
factors. They are given little op-
portunity to apply the knowledge
they have spent much time and
study in acquiring and are com-
pelled to put most of their ener-
gies into work for which arduous
scholastic preparation is quite un-
necessary. Decisions connected
After making some practical pro-
posals regarding the Jews' College
curriculum, the commission sug-
gests that recruitment for the min-
istry must be undertaken among
adolescents at an early age. Aa
inquiry among 300 Jewish univer-
sity students, of whom only 65
bothered to reply, established that
they cannot be considered a prom-
ising source for ministerial candi-
dates. Once they have reached the
actual stage of becoming university
students they are lost, "for various
reasons." as potential ministers.
Next, says the commission, thor-
ough attention must be given to
the economic problems of parents
and children. It is mentally and
physically bad for students to
spend their weekdays in intensive
study and their .nights and Sun-
days in classroom teaching so as
to earn money for their keep. One
way of dealing with this problem,
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Mr and MlS.-Saul Ashkenazy, on an inspection of agriculhutal
and industrial projects in Israel, pause in front of the newest
and most modern flour mill to be erected in Israel, the Tachan
firm, on the fringe of Jerusalem.
Ashkenazys Visit Israel's Industrial
Developments; See Bond Aid In Action
JERUSALEM The mayors of dustries and agriculture, wfcose de-
Israel's three big communities
were this week presented with
keys and invitations to visit Miami
Beach by an unofficial envoy who
carried the souvenirs and personal
messages from Mayor Harold Sha-
piro.
In Israel for an inspection of in-
SSrSUS=rs usuaTy ufs Rested, is for communities
tur^ermoT tllTSS Oateig ^^ .SSST'l?*
ministers in many communities 1 themselves responsible for the
velopment is being made possible
with the assistance of investments
from State of Israel Bonds, the
Miami Beach envoy. Saul Ash-
kenazy. of 420 Lincoln Road, was
accomplished by his wife during
his calls on the mayors of Tel Aviv,
Jerusalem and Haifa.
In each case, the Israeli mayors
KH* ** ^
maintenance of the youngsters dur-
ing their *? o ^"1^ A" received the Ashkenazy m their
approach might also be made to fi ac ted the in.
refuse orgn^ ^ i vitatiorTof Mayor Shapiro and ex-
candidates from the European con ^ an invjtation of tneir own
tinent.
On the question of qualifications,
the commission urged that congre-'
gations under the authority of the
Chief Rabbi of the British Com-
I monwealth should only accept as
spiritual leaders men holding the
Chief Rabbi's certificate which, in
to the Miami Beach chief executive
to visit with them in Israel.
The presentation of the invita-
tions to visit Miami Beach was pre-
sented following a tour by Mr. and
Mrs. Ashkenazy of Israel Bond un-
dertakings throughout the young
X 'f republic. Ashkenasy. who is the
addition to being a certificate of ^^ Bond chairman for the Labor
Zionist Council of Greater Miami,
inspected projects in Jerusalem,
Tel Aviv and Haifa. In Jerusalem,
he visited the new Tachan flour
mill, the most modern of its kind
in the Middle East. Aided in be-
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moral responsibility, should have
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a minister receives his Rabbinical
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hancing his status and would make rf lour tQ mMt tne entire needs
the calling of Rabbi more "attrac- rf Jerusaiem and surrounding set-
tle." | tlements.
The composition of the commis- ( ^ highlighting the Miami
sion was an imposing one. It was Beach coup,e-s tour of Jerusalem
headed by Dr. Solomon Gaon, Ha- ^^ ^ ^ tQ the new industrial
ham of the Spanish and Portuguese center which houses dozens of new
Community, and included the pres- workshops and which produce a
ident of the Board of Deputies. Dr. vgriet o{ products ranging from
Abraham Cohen, himself a former stoves {Q ^^^ jhe industrial
minister. Rabbi Dr. A. A. Altmann, centers were constructed with the
Rav of Manchester, and five other istance of ioans from State of
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gentlemen who are intimately con
cerned in the life of the commu-
nity.
Their conclusions are bound to
excite comment and argument in
Jewish communities throughout
the world. Many of their observa-1 Marim Kurman took office this
tions apply as much to Liberal and week as president of the Miami
Reform congregations as to those Fashion Council. Installation was
which adhere to striet Orthodoxy, held in the Scheherazade Room of
But is there not something here the Algiers Hotel, with Former
of the Ark being erected before Governor Fuller Warren officiat-
the synagogue is built? Can one jng.
help but think, sitting in a large other officers are Lewis Serbin,
synagogue with a Sabbath morning lst vice president; Sam Kantor,
congregation of little more than a 2nd vicc president; Mel Warshaw,
score, that the problem is not so secretary; and Norman Burger,
much to find the ministers as to treasUrer.
find the congregants? New mcmbers of the Board of
Directors are Murray Baron. Len
Coleman. Al Gottlieb. Henry Jacob-
. son Arthur S. Kahn, Morton Leon,
Bob Brenner, director of the Ed Morgenstern.
Coral Gables Jewish CenterJhea- gj^J1^ and Alex Schneid-
ter Guild, held tryouts for the dra-1 ""*"'
tftSffmSm TTheW8-Wp | "A parade of council presidents of
wU, meet September 8th. It the the past 11 years was featured at
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMM*,
GREATER MlflWI JEWRY USHERS IN JIOSH HASHONJIH
>tino.d fro* P.^U djku** Life's Turnpike. On the ning at 6 pm J^*""**
SlichX service. The Israelite On- | sftond day of Rosh Hashonah. his | the first day of the New Year, will
ter will usher in Rosh Hashonah I tnDir is scheduled as: The
eve on September 9th, at 6 p.m.
Thursday and Friday morning
services are at 7:30 a.m.
Rabbi Malavsky has scheduled
the following sermons: During
Slichot services, he will discuss
Holy Season Preparation. Really
A New Year, is the subject of his
talk on the first day of Rosh Ha-
-honah. During the second day.
he will speak on: Examining The
Past Year. The Congregation will
observe the Sabbath of Repentance
on Saturday morning, September
12th, when Rabbi Malavsky will
;>reach on the topic: Eternal Israel, j 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot
Zamore
Spiritual leader Rabbi Max M.
L^ndman. Reverend David Begley
, cafiduct Friday evening services of
she Zamora Jewish Center at 6:30
topic is scheduled as: The Old I ^ 0j,served starting at 8 a.m.. with
And The New. Rabbi April officiating and discuss-
Assisting Cantor Weingarten will jng, ln QUest ()f Tne Divine. A
be Mr. I. Brenner and Reverend R((sh Hasmmah Creed, will be the
S. Guttman. Overflow services t()pic (lf ms sermon during the sec
will be held in the auditorium con-1 on(| dav ()f Rosn Hashonah on Fri-
ducted by Reverend S. J. Freed- j dav amni0gi also at 8 a.m.
man and Mr. Benjamin Kaminetz-, services for the Sabbath of Re-
ky. The Sabbath of Repentance ppntance W1u be held on Septem-
will be observed on September bcr 12(h a, 830 a m cantor Kele
12th. Not Our Best, will be the mpr wj,j renc)er the musical por
subject of the Rabbis discourse at ,ion ()f (hp liturgV- wjth Rabbi Ap-i__
5 p.m.
Temple Israel
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will be held by Temple Israel at
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stein rendering the musical por-15tn at midnight. The first day
tions of the liturgy. Rosh Hashon- j 0f R0sn Hashonah will be observed
ah services will begin on Wednes- on Thursday morning, September
day evening, September 9th. Two joth, at 8 a.m. Rabbi Mayer Ab-
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p.m. Services will begin at 9 a.m.. \ pm ana- the last at 9 p.m. Rabbi ] cantor Edward Klein and the Cen-
Saturday, with the Portion of the j Narot wju officiate and preach at ter Choir under the direction of A.
Torah, Nitzovim. At 11 a.m.. Rabbi i ^th services on the topic: The Louis Mechlowitz. Members of the
Landman will preach on the topic:! Time 0f Your Life. i cnoir include Mel Altman. Rita
How To Prepare For The High j cantor Bornstein and the choir, Epstein. Mel Goldstein, Lois Jac-
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cuss the life of Heinrich Heine be-
fore tine Study Group.
Slichot services will be held on
Saturday, midnight, with Cantor
iJagley and the Mixed Choir assist
;ng. Services for Rosh Hashonah
eve will take place on Wednesday
al 6:30 p.m.. at the Zamora Jewish
' enter Rabbi Landman will
preach on the topic: On The
ihreshhold Of A New Year.
On Thursday and Friday morn-
ings. 8:30 a.m.. the observance of
lhe Holy Days will be held at the
Coral Gables Coliseum. The Rabbi
will discuss: A New And Happier
Life and Message Of The Shofar
on each of the two days. Zamora
Jewish Center will be the site of
.he observance of the Sabbath of
riepentunce on September 12th, al
:' a.m. Subject of the sermon is
-cheduled as: Can We Stop Time.
Beth Jacob
Traditional Friday evening serv-
ices will be held ai Congregation
:ieth Jacob at 6:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 8:30
a.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 pm.,
[lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
- Mescheloff will discuss the
eekly Portion. He will lead the
Congregation in the Slichot sen
ce on Saturday at midnight. Can
Varon Weingarten, with a dou-
choir conducted by Dr. Paul
Meld, will chant the ritual. Rabbi
helofl will discussi Whj This
Night.
The New Year will be ushered
.. "ii Wednesday evening, Septem-
er 9th, at 6:15 p.m. Thursday
..nd Friday morning services are
.t 8 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
day morning. September 10th, 10
a.m., Rosh Hashonah services will
be held at Temple Israel, with Rab-
bi Narot discussing: What Does It
Mean To Be An American Jew.
Miami Hebrew School
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will hold traditional Fri-
day evening services at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril will officiate and discuss: Road
Block To Repentance. Slichot serv-
Ices are scheduled for Saturday at
midnight and will be introduced
by Rabbi April, with Cantor Berele
Kelemer officiating.
The Congregation will usher in
Rosh Hashonah on Wednesday eve-
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Heater miami Jewry, ushers in rosh hashqnah
Continued from P.* 2B
l-n Htocu t his crmon .lurinff the tokffi
t f B..>h Hashonah on Septem-
C ilth The Sabbath of Re-
Emrbra2i, discussing: In
L Spirit Of Return.
Coral Gablet Jwih Center
i Saturday. September 5th, 11:30
C will mark the beginning of
le High Holy Day cycle at the
fcal 3mm Jewish Center. Rab-
t Morris A. Skop and Cantor Irv-
L Robinson will conduct the mid-
[hl Slichot service to be follow-
I by a membership collation. Rosh
ashonah will be ushered in on
[ednesdav evening at 7 p.m. Rab-
I Morris Skop will discuss: What
lhanges People.
lOn Thursday morning, at 9i30
L the Center Choir and Cantor
lobinson will augment the serv-
|e Rabbi Skop will discuss: Ties
that Bind L's. Special children's
Iprices will be held at 2:30 p.m.,
o the Center. The second day of
Josh Hashonah will be observed at
1:30 am. with Rabbi Skop sched-
uling, his sermon as: Israel Among
the Nations. The Sabbath of Re-
Lntance will be ushered in on Sep-
tmber 12th. Subject of the Rab-
ftj's sermon is: Return To What.
[j> lennon U: Return To What.
the ihofar will be blown by Rich-'
[rd Schulman during all services.
West Miami Jewish Center
Regular Friday evening services
It the West Miami Jewish Center
Ire scheduled for 6:45 p.m., and
kill be conducted by Abraham
poldsteir. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will officiate and
fiscuss the Weekly Portion. Jun-
ior services are under the direc-
tion of Morris Newmark at 10 a.m.
Ilincha ;ll be at 6 p.m.. followed
fcv a lecture on Ethics Of Our
Fathers, Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Slichot services will be ushered
in ~'9t' midnight and will be con-
duced by the Rabbi Services for
Rosh Hashonah eve are scheduled
for Wednesday at 6 p.m. The first
day of the New Year will be mark-
ed on Thursday, September 18th,
with services at 8 a.m. Rabbi Wax-
man will discuss: A Purpose In
Life. The Shofar will be sounded
at 11 a.m. The second day of
Rosh Hashonah, September 11th,
also has services scheduled for 8
a.m. The subject of the Rabbi's
sermon is scheduled as: Resolu-
tion Forgotten And Renewed. The
shofar will be sounded at 11 a.m.
The Sabbath of Repentance will
be observed on Saturday, Septem-
ber 12th, with Rabbi Waxman dis-
cussing! The Meaning Of Peni-
tence.
Beth Sholom
Temple Beth Sholom will hold
regular Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer rendering the musical
portions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 a.m.
Rosh Hashonah will be ushered in
on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.,
with Rabbi Kronish officiting and
preaching on the topic: Must De-
struction Be Our Destiny.
Services on Thursday and Friday
mornings are scheduled for 8:45
a.m. Rabbi Kronish has chosen as
his topics for these days: Religion
Fights Back and This Is The Place.
Kneseth Israel
Kneseth Israel Congregation will
hold regular Friday evening serv-
ices at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services will be at 8:30, a,nj.J
with Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel of-
ficiating and Cantor Abraham Seif
chanting the liturgy. Slichot serv-
ices will be ushered on on Satur-
day evening, September 5th, at 11
i p.m. Services for Rosh Hashonah
; eve, September 9th, will be at 6
; p.m. Rabbi Cassel will officiate
and preach on the sermon topic:
The Meaning Of The New Year.
Thursday and Friday morning
services, in observance of the first
I and second days of the New Year,
will .be at 7:30 a.m. The Rabbi
I will preach on both days. His top-
ics are scheduled as: Who Will
Live and The Shofar As Symbol.
Services for the Sabbath of Re-
pentance will be oit September
12th, at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Cassel
will discuss: Repentance And Sal-
vation.
Beth David
Spiritual leader Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will conduct his 21st Rosh
Hashonah service, marking his 21st
year in Miami, on Wednesday eve-
ning, September 9th, at 6 p.m., in
the Beth David Synagogue. The
only midnight service on the He-
brew calendar will take place on
Saturday night, September 5th,
11:30 p.m., to open the New Year
series of observances. Cantor
Maurice Mamches and the Center
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Continued from Pag* 3 B
Choir, under the direction of Mir-
iam Donnerstag. will assist. Sub-
ject of the Rabbi's sermon is sched-
uled as. An Approach.
Thursday and Friday morning
services, marking the first and
second days of Rosh Hashonah.
September 10th and 11th, will be
at 8 a.m., with evening services
-cheduled for 6 p.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will preach on both days. His
sermons are scheduled as: The
Moon Is Confounded and The Sun
Is Ashamed. Sabbath of Repent-
ance services will be on Septem-
ber 12th. at 9 a.m. Special student
services are slated for Thursday
and Friday at 11 a.m.
Hebrew Academy
Traditional Friday evening sen-
ices will be held by the Hebrew
Academy at 6:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m
Mincha will be at 6 p.m. The Eve
Of Meditation, will be the subject
if a sermon by Rabbi Alexander
Gross during Slichot services Sat-
urday at midnight. Members and
worshippers will usher in Rosh
Hashonah on Wednesday evening
September 9th. at 6:15 p.m. Can-
tor Bernard Saltzman will officiate
ssisted by the Hebrew Academy
Choir.
Thursday morning services are
at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi I
will discuss: Know Thyself Se-
! Th< f utun will N* the
-abject dt hi- topic on Friday
orning the second daj ol I
tember 12th. at 9 a.m. Rabbi Gross I Year will be on Thursday and Fri
will discuss: Ways To Repentance
Downtown Synagogue
Slichot services will be observed
at the Downtown Synagogue on
Saturday evening at 11:30 p.m.
Rabbi Aryan Becker will officiate
and discuss: Counting Our Days
Wednesday evening, September
9th. at 6:30 p.m.. Rosh Hashonah
eve services will be held The first
day of the New Year will be mark
ed on Thursday morning at 8 a.m..
when- Rabbi Becker will discuss.
A World In Balance. Evening sen
ice.-, will be at 6:30 p.m. On the
second day of Rosh Hashonah. the
Rabbi will discuss: The Way To
Long Life
Temple Sinai
Rabbi David Shapiro will discuss
Reverence during regular Friday
evening services of Temple Sinai.
The Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood, at 8:30 p.m. Cantor
Joseph W. Malek will render the
day at 8 a.m. Rabbi April will
discuss: This Is Our Life. His ser-
mon for Friday is scheduled as:
Progress In Marked Time. The
Sabbath of Repentance will be on
September 12th. at 9 a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will con-
duct traditional Friday evening
services of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center at 6:30 p.m. Cantor |
Philip H Brummer will render the ,
musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. The Rabbi will discuss the!
Weekly Portion. Slichot services
will be on Saturday at midnight.
Out Of The Depths We Call Unto I
The Lord, will be the topic of the !
sermon preached by Rabbi Lehr- j
man
Rosh Hashonah will be ushered
in on Wednesday evening. Septem-'
ber 9th. at 615 p.m. Thursday
morning services are at 8:15 a.m.
musical portion of the liturgy, j R^bbi Lehrman will preach on the
Saturdav morning sen-ices are at " Life Triumphant, will be
9:30 a.m.. when the Rabbi will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion Rever-
end Mordechai Haalman will offi-
ciate. Slicbot services are slated
for Saturday at midnight, when the
Rabbi will discuss The Meaning
Of Repentance
Bosfa Hahnah will be ushered
'.' -nesday evening. S:
ber 9th. at 7 p m. Reverend
man will lead the Center Choir,
with Cant r Malek chantins the
liturgy and Rabbi Shapim ::.,.
- bbath of Repentance at
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[the Rabbi's ser
ntance, Prayer And
ty. On Thursda> moriling. at
8 a m he will speak on the topic:
The Eternal Challenge To Jewish
Survival. Friday, September 12th.
during the second day of Rosh
Hashonah, at 8 a.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss What I- Wrong
With Mankind.
Temple Sinai will observe The
Sabbath ol Repentance on Septem-
ber 12th. at 9 a.m. The Portion of
the Law will be discussed during
the service.
North Dade Jewish Center
North Dade Jewish Center will
hold regular Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. followed by an
Oneg Shabbat under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keller
Saturday morning services will be
at 9 a.m. Slichot services will be
held on Saturday at midnight The
Congregation will usher in the eve
of Rosh Hashonah on Wednesday.
September 9th. at 7 p.m. with
Rabbi Samuel April, of New York
City, officiating
The Rabbi will be assisted by
the (enter Choir. Senices for the
first and second days of the New
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second day of Rosh Hashonah. Sep-
tember 11th. at 8:15 a.m. Evening
senices for both Holy Days are
slated at 6 15 p.m. The Sabbath
of Repentance will be on Septem-
In 12th at 9 am. Rabbi Lehrman
will dlsCU" the Weekly Portion
Agudath Israel
Traditional Friday evening sen-
ices will be held at Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute at 6 p.m. Satur-
day morning services will be at 9
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GREATER MIAMI JEWRY USHERS IN ROSH HASHQNAH
a.m.
Contir.u.l freer***** '
with Rabbi Isaac Ever' offi-
calins. Cantor
Elisha Cerner wi
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Slichot services are slat-
d"fo'r Saturday at midnight.
The Congregation will usher in
RoIh Hashonah eve on Wednesday
"nine September 11th, at 6
,6V During the first day of the
New Year. Thursday morning at^8
['pJayerFor Life -^A si8n^a"^
I Of
Rabbi Ever will discuas: The
,ver For Life A Significance
Fxistence. Mincha services will
Z at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv.
Friday morning services are at 8
,m With the Rabbi discussing:
The'Call Of The Shofar The
Sounding Of Freedom For Human-
ity Cantor Cerner will conduct
all the Holy Day services assisted
by Max Mendelson.
1 sabbath of Repentance will be
marked on September 12th, at 9
[ ya Rabbi Ever will discuss:
pentance. ^___________
Re
> '**?, Tf.bh
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
conduct Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are scheduled for 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will officiate and discuss: Pre-
paredness. At 5 p.m., the Rabbi
will address the Congregation on:
Judicial Conceit. Mincha will be
at 9:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Slichot services are slated for
Saturday at midnight, with Rabbi
Rackovsky officiating. The Con-
gregation will usher in the eve of
Rosh Hashonah on September 9th,
at 6:45 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will
officiate and render the musical
portions of the service on Thurs-
day and Friday mornings at 7 a.m.
Subjects of his sermons are slated
as: Love Versus Kindliness and
The Call. Evening services on both
days of Rosh Hashonah will be at
6 p.m. Services on the Sabbath of
i ,.:./
Repentance will be at 8:30 a.m.,
with Rabbi Rackovsky delivering
the traditional sermon for the Holy
Day.
Montkalle Park
Congregation Monticello Park
will usher in the New Year under
the direction of Rabbi Boris Rack-
ovsky, spiritual leader. Rosh Ha-
shonah services will begin on Wed-
nesday evening, September 9th, at
7 p.m. On Thursday morning, at
8:30 a.m., Rabbi Rackovsky will
discuss: Child Is Father Of The
Man. On September 11th, the sec-
ond day of Rosh Hashonah, the
Rabbi will discuss: Humility
The Key To Repentance.
Services for the Sabbath of Re-
pentance will be held on Septem-
ber 12th, at 9 a.m.
Flagler-Granada
Slichot services will be held at
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center on Saturday at
midnight. Rabbi Leon L. Solonche
will officiate, with Reverend Leo
Heim chanting the liturgy. The
Congregation will usher in Rosh
Hflshonafc oh Wednesday evening,
September 9th, at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day and Friday morning services,
for the first and second days of
the New Year, will be at 8:15 a.m.
The Sabbath of Repentance will
be ob-erved on September 12th.
Hialaah-Miami Springs
Rabbi Harry EUinger will offi-
ciate during the High Holy Day
observance. Slichot services are
slated for Saturday at midnight.
Rosh Hashonah will be ushered in
on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.
Thursday and Friday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Et-
tinger will officiate and preach the
sermons' on both days. The Sab-
bath of Repentance will be observ-
ed on September 12th. at 9 a.m.,
with Rabbi Ettinger preaching the
sermon.
JCRS Auxiliary Opens Season.
i The Greater Miami Auxiliary of
the Jewish Consumptives' Relief
Society met with Mrs. Henrietta
Schoenfeld presiding at the first
regular meeting of the season in
the Prince Michael Hotel on Tues-
day.
SERVICES AT ZAMORA
44 ZAMORA AVE., CORAL GABLES
Rabbi Landman Cantor Bagley and Choir
ROSH HASHANA
Services concluded by Raaki
Mai M. Landman in Hebrew and
tnfliik al Ike Air Cooled, Coral
Gabies Coliseum September 10-
11, 9:00 A.M. Uniform prayer
books and skull caps will ba
furnisked lo all worskippers.
YOM KIPPUR
Day of Atonement Services will
be condacted at tke beantifal
AIR CONDITIONED DADE COUNTY
AUDITORIUM. September 18. 6:00
P.M. Tbe Kolnidre Service. Sep-
tember 19. 8:30 A.M.Memorial
Servicai 11:30 A.M.
PUPILS OF THE Y L PERETZ SCHOOL: Martin Adler, Arlene Berlly, Sese Biblow, Broche
Brickman. Sheindei Brooks. M. Cherin. Zelda Cherin, G. Davis, Ite Dernis, A. Gelfand. B.
Gelfand M. Gilbert. Yechevet Gilbert. Chaia Horowitz, Miriam Horowitz, Rifka Kaplan N.
Katz. Reizel Klein. Ellen Marks. Leonard Marks. Rochelle Meltee, Joseph Merlin. Linda Mor-
ris. Ida Muravchick. Leibel Nelson, Jacob Parker. Zelda Parks. Gail Ratner. Elmoi Rubin, Mar-
tin Rubm. Mendel Schuldiner. N. Scher, Stuart Steele. Chane Sturman. Sheine Sutton. Zisse
Weiner and Leslie Zebitz. (See story page 7 B)_________________ '___________________________
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Principal speaker before the Nu Beta Epeilon National Legal
Fraternity at its 35th annual convention held recently in the
Delano Hotel. Miller was re-elected Regional Vice Grand
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TODAY,
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Houses Of Worship
NEW YORKA National Advis-
ory Committee of 81 Jewish leaders
from all parts of the United States
has been established in a major
expansion of the program of th
Synagogue Council of America, the
only national organization repre
senting all branches of American
religious Jewry, Dr. Norman Salit.
president, announced here.
Among those accepting appoint-
ments to the new committee are
Administrator Lewis Strauss of <
New York, chairman of the Atomic
Energy Commission: Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver of Cleveland, past
president of the Centra! Confer-
ence of American Rabbi>. Dr Louis
Finkelstein of New York. Chancel-
lor of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America.
The Synagogu-.
said the function of the neu .
mittee will be to assist in develop-
ment of a lor.g-ranse program
"aimed at strengthening the prim-
acy of the synagogue in all as-
- of Jewi.-h life in the I'nited
Invitations have been ex-
tended in a manner assuring rep-
.'.ation of both Rabbinical and
lay leaders of American Orthodox.
nd Reform Judaism
ttee members have been
en from 23 States and 38 cities.
Dr Saiit reported. Further ap-
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member>hip of the committee
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CITY MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT
NEW CHARTER
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rout OTt AM SUPPORT APPRKMrfO"
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14 i c r PAUL E. KROEGER
"AN ENGINEER FOR BETTER PROGRESS
PULL LEVER 23A
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'Your Voto Appreciated"
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TO ELECT
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BILL" COLE
HIALEAH CITY COUNCILMAN
* Centralized Business Area
* Strong Civil Service
* Revision of Charter
* Well Planned Beautification Program
iPd Political Adv.)
Let'it Elect
Harry "Pop" Jenkins
HIALEAH MAYOR
The Man with a Plan
CHIEF BUILDING INSPECTOR FOR 6 YEARS
for an Honest, Sincere and Efficient Administration
ELECT "POP" PULL LEVER 1 A
COMPARE!
There is no Substitute for Experience
RE-ELECT
A. H. "WHITEY" CASWELL
YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN
PULL LEVER 13 A
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On September 9th
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CKarles Whiteacre
lOIK III ALE All
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RE-ELECT
Earl L. SUTOR
Yonr Hialeah f'ltv I oun. ilmaii
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'LOOK AT THE RECORD .
City Charter Revision
Storm Drainage off Streets
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Promote Industrial Growth
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TO THE HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
"let's off pull together for a clean sweep"
Your VOTE ami SUPPORT Appreciated
Pull Lever 20 A September 8th
IM Political Adv.)
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Elect
PAUL t. BUTLER
Your Hiolooh Councilman
PULL LEVER 10A
RESIDENT HIALEAH SINCE 1946
ACTIVE ENERGETIC HARD WORKER
FOR PROGRESSONE THING AT A TIME-DONE WELL
Would Appreciate Your Vote September 8th
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JAY SEPTEMBER 4. 1953
-Smlshnariri**,*
'he Peretz School
PAGE 7B
By Naehum CHH| _
erJl Secretary of tha Work-
men's Circle
wish parents need not worry
ut the education provided lor
_r children in the American pub-
fschool. We are indeed fortu-
. to live in a democracy where
| City. State and Federal agen-
unite in providing the best
Ltional facilities for all chil-
to make them useful and
However, (here is one thing
[American educational system
L not do; it does not teach our
teen the history and cultural
age of the Jewish people.
merican freedom and tolerance
lot deter us from being closely
Id to the Jewish people, to
Lnguage and literature and to
Ken. deeply-rooted culture. On
rontrary. the more we are con-
of our Jewishness and the
pride and respect we have
lour origin and our fine old
|tions, the more are we re-
J with respect by all people.
| be a good, loyal American and
frb all the freedom-loving con-
jand traditions of our country,
[need not deny his ancestral
True Americanism recog-
the di'-tinctiveness of each
Iral group. :is well as the in-
lualness ol each person.
IJewish education does not
lly mean an acquaintanceship
lour past. It also embraces a
ledge of the living present.
|includes the Yiddish language
is spoken by a significant
lof our people. Yiddish litera-
| has yielded a rich product
?ring the life of the Jew the
over Our children should
nly learn to speak, write and
|this language. I
dish literature has become
kf the great stream of world
Jture To know Yiddish liter-
|means to know our people, its
and shortcomings, its be-
I its hopes and its dreams.
[children must become the
Iciaries of this significant cul-
1 heritage by attending the
I of modern Jewish school
I teaches it.
Bdren who are unacquainted
Jewish history and Jewish life
pintually torn from our peo-
jhey often carry within them
Ired resentment for having
[born a Jew. Should they
[the true history of our peo-
rLT" *o.
jGUST BROS Rv.
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COMMUNITY
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pie. they will know that through-
oc the centuries in whatever
country the Jew made his home, he
enriched it with his labors and his
cultural, spiritual and intellectual
contributions.
They will then know that in the
course of three thousand years
Jews were the initiators of noble
human ideals, the torchbearers of
freedom, equality and social jus-
tice. They will be nourished by the
poetic grandeur of the prophets im-
mortalized in the Old Testament,
that early chronicle of humanity
whose influence and impact in
shaping human history has had no
parallel in the annals of man. They
will then understand how the Old
Testament has been the great
fountainhead and spiritual source
of the literature of mankind.
On Jewish holidays our tables
usually have a festive spread, but
our children have a right to know
and understand the significant his-
torical events which our.holidays
commemorate. They should be
aware that our holidays are a stir-
ring memorial to the trials and
strugggles, the heroism and mar-
tyrdom on the tortuous path of our
emanacipation.
Jewish children who become ac-
quainted with the maning of Jew-
ish holidays, will be spiritually en-
riched and full of hope and confi-
dence in their outlook on life.
Our schools are named the Peretz
Schools after the great Yiddish
writer whose works- have nourished
generations of Jews and bound
them together spiritually as a
people. Y. L. Peretz was a pioneer
in the founding and formation of
the modern Jewish school.
SSfiSSLfiSJ ^ Hte?- IeWi*h Community Center, will make its first appear-
dSa?Ha5nj7ESS n **"**' midni9ht" Swfmbw Sth. Directed by Reverer/ Mor-
SS^SS^i!K W1" ccomPy Cantor Joseph W. Malek during/ High Holy Day
fS Paul Kl 1/f'u"6,'119 Me, dames Ernest Wiegel. Jack Pollard, Abraham
Haalman tbft' Morfcha' H^n, Clara Barancik. Rabbi David Shapiro, Reverend
Anson and In ^"^ernard Frankel Irving Feibus, Max Kline. Leonard^Saver. Ralph
Ram SiiS I11"* Seh?Pn--Rear 'ow (left to right) are Mrs. Arthur Horowitz. Mrs. Joseph
S^ltorS3l5te MlphMHutVA,Un PoaSter' !* hvina Si,ver and M'- Harold Jacob-
son. Not pictured are Mrs. Nate Grumet and Mrs. Manuel Rosenthal.
Beth Sholom Reopens School September 1st
Beth Sholom Relfgious School,
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach,
reopened for the 1953-54 school
year on Tuesday, September 1st,
with an additional department, the
Senior High Religious School. Reg-
istration in all departments, prim-
ary, elementary, junior and senior
high, began on that day and will
continue through September 13th.
According to Samuel Segal, Jr.,
chairman of the School Board, a
record enrollment of well over 600
is anticipated. "We have engaged
more teachers," said Segal, "ex-
panded our class room facilities
and air conditioned the classrooms
and library."
Class sessions for primary pupils
began on Thursday, September 3rd,
and Sunday, September oth, will
open sessions for elementary pu-
pils. Junior and senior high pupils
will meet on Saturday, September
5th. School buses will again trans-
port children who live north of
63rd Street.
Segal also announced that Syd-
ney J. Greenberg has been reap-
pointed as principal of all Beth I
Sholom Religious Schools. Green- [
berg is completing 25 years of'
service in the field of Jewish edu-
cation. He is a member of the Na- j
tional Council of Jewish Educa-'
tion. National Education Associa-
tion, American Association of Uni-
versity Professors.and the National'
Association 'for 'Religious Educa-1
tion.
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KlP*lsitncr*Aa*7
FRIDAY,
ST^a,
Obituaries
ISRAEL STARR
4."., of ISIS Lenox Ave., Miami Beach,
died \ i-;u.-i_^. i iu .1 i.v..; U"--i'tf4i
.....:. Mi.. 101 w#-J fit 'Vlt
rhiladelphlSL/siil Mvrl til IsWitV.lfcite.
survivors, srivn.-.s were held auusi
23rd In Itiversido iMeniorhil Chapel,
with burial In I'hlladrlphla.
Kaplan Unveiling
The dedication of I monument
to the memory of the late Rose
^^arnsjilyeTPf) 760
MRS. SOPHIE GOMOLINSKY
.'.<, who is me here six years ago from
('hlcaico. died AukusI -ll at hor home.
2:>00 S\V ISrd St. She In survived by
her huxhand. Max. I son. Italph; a
daughter, Bernice; and a brother, Hv-
ntaii Markowitz. all of (Ireater MUntl
Services were held last 1-Yiday In Gor-
don's Chapel, with burial in Ml. NV!,o
I'emetery.
BENJAMIN MERANUS
70. of 10231 K. Bay Harbor l>r.. Ray
Harbor Island, formerly of Newark,
N.J. He came her six .wars atfo fn.ru,
New York. Husband ..f Sophie, father
of Nathan. He was the founder of
the Meranus and Son Ko.nl Market
.f Newark. Retired. Ilemains ere
sent to New York for services and
burial by Riverside Memorial Chspel,
Miami Heach. ..
MRS. JANE GLAZER BLOOM
;<. of 9?s 8W nth st. paaeed awa)
Ausust Hth. Services and burial were
in CaMwetl, N .1 Local arrangements
:. in charge of Gordon Funeral
Home ot Miami
MRS. JULIET LEE DAYAN
IS. of I1T1 SW 12th Si passed swaj
liiKUSl 26th Bel i ..,.. held I ,~;
iTlda.i in the Miami Chapel of Qor-
don Puner.il Home Burial ..: Star
of I '-I\ Id <".-o
MRS. SARAH BERNSTEIN
R." Miami R. I
a X.-w Y. \
M !' I mi it 16",". Kj d Ave., an I a not hi
n New York, had el
'' at I
l-tbuted to
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MRS ANNA RADLICK
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MORRIS SEECAL
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by a. S K,
tiy 1
JOSEPH HIRSHORN
;-- > \ .
\ capl
I Julius. S. .
V.
DR E. DAVID BLECHMAN
41 Ijiket e Hi M
rth Services wer.
S rt NVtri \ n-itl oral ar-
M< irlal t'hap-
.11 am.- hen 11
Sew (News where
- t'arolM
S .. tar.
bi thi -
MRS. CELIA SHAPIRO
S. of 3I Mlrhlmtn Av, Ml
Services sere held
It) Ne Tors with Rlv< d. Miaou
er il Home In i hai it.
M s>. pii vl
' pro I Sea
husband,
S.IMHI.,. ( .... V || .
ph. brother, Paul Ban etl
Mi >.. He A bra ma
Euclid
Verrtfe, "VH ^"e pjace Sunday,
[September 6th, 3 p.m., at the Or-
thodox section of the Woodlawn
Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April
officiating. Mr. Kaplan is survived
by a son, Harry M., of Miami
Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Max
Orovitz and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin;
both of Miami Beach; also a broth-
er, William Levine; eight grand-
children and three great grand-
children. Mrs. Kaplan was a mem-1
ber of Hadassah and the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Miller Unveiling
SIAT KtStKVATIOHS WOW If INC TAKtN fOft THf HIGH M
FlaglerGranada Jewish Community C
xfi N w ci<* Marc uuu,


50 N.W. Silt HMO. MIAMI
Cast f resist.,
HY COVHMAN CNARUS AHu^
13-1420
$33049
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Herman |
Samuel Miller, formerly of 3551
SW 11th Street, will take place,
Sunday, September 6th. 11 a.m.:
;il Ml Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Miller
is survived by his parents. Mr and I
Mrs. Jacob Miller; a brother. Mar
tin, of Miami; and three listen,
Harriet Borenstein. of Miami. An
ita Stern, of Lot Angeles, and Dor
othj Barrette, of Miami. Arrange-
ments are In charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend,
Lieutenant Paul Kwitney was
released from active duty in
the United States Air Force
on August 31st, after having
served two years. His most
recent tour of duty was at
Webb Air Force Base, Big
Spring. Texas, where he
served in the capacity of As-
sistant Budget and Account-
ing Officer. Lieutenant Kwit-
ney's home residence is 901
Pennsylvania Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach.
CONGREGATION
IT IS A MITZVAH
TO SEND FOOD TO FRIENDS IN ISRAEL
We Svll "SCRIP TO ISRAEL"
$10-S15-$25 Certificates
GOOD FOR FOOD OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
This Service and Consultation is Given FREE by the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist District
ROOM 510 420 LINCOLN ROAD. Phone 5-0346
Aloderofely Air ComdHiomod, eWolrfel 5fn.,.,
935 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
4 MHO 0icIS
THAT TNI Office IS OMN THI entire DAT
FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR Slut
FOR THE COMING NICH HOLT DATS
Omr leloved Spiritual leodtr
Rabbi Joseph I fiackovsky
Promise*! Speaker one Renowned (a
KNOWN AS
THE YtRUSHAim
Will Conduct Services oW De/iver the Sermons
HTMAN SHER, President SOLOMON ALTER, Vice Pre
REV. JOSPPH KRANTZ, ChairasM, Seating Comtnittit
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
We cordially invite you to join us
in ear High Holy Doy Worship
AVAIL TOURSELF OF TOUR SEAT RESERVATIONS EARLY
Seats start at S2.00 $3.00 S5.00
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
(Old Beth David'
139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE (Corner N.W. 2nd Street)
Tickets may be obtained after Morning Services
and Evenings from 7:30 to 9
ANSHE EMES
NEWLY ORGANIZED MIAMI CONGREGATION
will hold its
HIGH HOLY HOLY DAYS SERVICES
at 2320 S.W. 25th Street
RABBI ABRAHAM SACHS and REVEREND M. SIEGEL OFFICIATING
Tickets may be obtained from
MR. JOSEPH ABRAMSON, TREASURER
by Telephoning. 488098
SAM SHIFFMAN
' II Meridian Ave died Moa-
*> en wen held lasi week
aoKlyn, N v his former home
Survivors Inelud. v
four daasnter* (Minun r
-- .:. ha |e ..f i.
n

MRS. NAN MORGAN
W ishlncton Ave M ami
died Saturday s.-r* ... ,..
held In N". \ rk with local srrance-
nents In hare* of Hellman Puneral
napel Bun m ,,r. her h
Lewie .11.1 her nnother. Mrs The-
twall. bo..... Fteacn
BENJAMIN LEBOWITZ
\\ CoUiaa .u.iiue.
BO !. ; --, ,| .,.,, ... v lx_
, El in Kiw.xxl City
i .t Survived by ihre. then B,-r-
Adolph and Euaene. anj ., sis.
'' -, Roe. M.....- Remt .
-.-nt i.. Baa I i'i! tor .-.im.. .;,.!
interment l --; t arraaisewieati ..r^
in eharae iir ^ h
i hapei.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER
620 75th STREET. MIAMI BEACH
Tickets Now Available for High Holy Days Services
at the Center or Call 860221
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Sephardic Jewish Congregation
of Greater Miami
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
We are pleased to inform you that our Synagogue for I
services of the High Holidays will be held at the Belvedere H*
Ninth Street and Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida.
Services will be conducted according to Sephardic tradit
by Cantor Sadi I. Nahmias. You are cordially invited to al"
our services with every member of your family and friends.
Admission Free and Welcome to All
Our Congregation extends you their best wishes for a ha?
and prosperous New Year. H12T L'l~~ '-'<>
The Kehila Committee
Time of Services:
Minha and ArvithWednesday, September 9th. 6 pro.
TefilaThursday and Friday, September 10th 11th, 8
Kal Nidre Friday, September 18th, 5:30 p.m.
Yom KippurSaturday, September 19th, 7:30 a.m.
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA
wishes all its supporters and friends
A HAPPY. PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
and
Reminds every Jew
to share G-d's blessings with Israef
by planting trees
and reclaiming the land of Israel
for fruitfulness, abundance and peace
*fin the New Year with a Gift of frets for *$'
Phone Our Office 58-6464


T crPTFMBER 4. 1953
+ **Mh *****>
>rical Group
\es Contest
tw YORK The American
E Historical Soc.ciy'will ron-
L historical essay contest to
L the 300th anniversary of
L settlement in the United
I Dr Salo W. Baron, Presi-
T,nnoanced here this week.
Baron, who is also Professor
gstory at Columbia University,
[,hat the essay contest is part
V Society's overall program
be American Jewish Tercen-
C which aims to stimulate pub-
Ltrrest and academic research
lericin Jewish history. T|j
denary wiU be observed from
Bber 12, 1954, through May,
\ Baron said the Society will
three prizes to essay con-
Lmners: S500. first prize;
I second prize; and $200, third
He said that the awards will
fcade either in cash or in the
|Tf scholarships at recognized
bis of higher learning.
j contest is open to univer-
Isludents on the graduate or
Jrgraduate levels, both Jews
finr. Jews. The essays submit-
Ire not to exceed 10,000 words,
Tbe documented and must not
Jbeen publi-hed, in whole or
Irt,elsewhere. All essays must
Tbefore September 1. 1954.
Hn 'ipe I took
ide Available
jter your Rosh Hashonah tur-
prrapon is -lulled and brown-
i the ovenwhat then? What
Ml you serve your family at
itional lliuli Holidays din-
Jusual holiday recipes are al-
I welcome and with the New
| D coming early this year
: about the lime so many of
will be unpacking your
ner vacation thingsthe dou-
listraction ol setting the house
pht and planning your holi-
pienu makes a lew helpful sug-
pns not only timely but down-
I providential.
llh this in mind, the B. Mani-
fitz Company's scientific home
len has prepared a number of
[ting traditional and modern
|es and menu- for Rosh Ha sho-
uld the Yom Kippur Eve din-
las well as for the Feast of
join which follows a few days
These, together with some
Nmg information about the
fay- themselves, have been in-
prated into a handy free recipe
P- designed to give you a
I of the mood and meaning of
Igrea< occasions in the Jewish
>dar You may obtain your
of the booklet, at no cost to
lv writing to Manischewitz,
Jersey City, New Jersey.
S.T.
da Schedules
N For Labor Day
! Al,adin Room of the Algiers
WU be the scene of Miami
Ma$,da's annual Labor Day
Irrh- *as disclosed this week
pnie Goodwin, president.
T 5how U1 lx> augmented by
tau-ic of Ma| Malkin and hig
fcw'i T,rklnS on the affair
frl V Sj*r,inK- Jeny Miller,
Fojen. Ed Oka. Bea Brilliant,
F Bans and ira Joseph.
dance will start at 9 p.m.
is W||i R() ,owards MaMdt.,
*' Projects.
K^p naiQ rofn
f-BREW NEW YEARS
CARDS PRINTED
L'fipESS PRESS
Iau ifhJAv*- Ph. 9-B235
K,"d of Printir.9
Michigan Avenu.
Miami Beach
phon 5-3SM
Senesch Hadassah
To Install Officers
New officers of the Hannah Se-
nesch Group of Hadassah will be
installed on September 14th, 12,
won, at the Saxony Hotel. The #f-i
fair is also slated to honor new
members.
The program will be planned by
Mrs. Herman Philips, chairman.
Mrs. Lillian Atlas is in charge of
decorations. Mrs. Julius Rosen-
stein, hostess, will be assisted by
the Sponsor Committee.
Mrs. William Feuer will assume
the office of president during the
proceedings. Others to be installed
include the Mesdames Morris AI-
pert, founder president; Abe
Greenberg, honorary president;
Abraham Cassel, Herman Philips,
Jack Falk and Ralph Spero, vice
presidents; Lily Hutt, financial sec-
retary.
Tbe Mesdames Maurice Klein,
recording secretary; Max May, cor-
responding secretary; Rose Cohen,
social secretary; Charles Bushell,
treasurer; Israel Teitch, auditor;
Benjamin Kohl, chapter represen-
tative; and Moses Krieger, par-
liamentarian.
PAGE 9B
I. R. Goodman Group
To Install Officers
Installation of officers of the I.
R. Goodman Group of Hadassah
will take place on Wednesday eve-
ning, October 14th, at the Monte
Carlo Hotel.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will in-
stall the officers and will be guest
speaker for the evening.
A hat fashion show will also be
featured in conjunction with a skit
prepared by members of the group
called: Hadassah Millinery Modes.
Madame Chapeau is sponsoring the
show, according to Miss Lillian
Goodman, president-elect.
Honor Guard Picnic
An Honor Guard picnic of the
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174,
Jewish War Veterans of the Unit-
ed States, will be held on Sunday,
September 6th, 11:30 a.m., in Cran-
don Park at gate 3.
Greater Miami'g
Synagogue Directory
Aaudjth larael Itabbi Isaac Ever. Or-
_ Uiodon, 6J 78th St.. Miami Beach,
th Davit Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Mum^v,,i,,z"**8w 8r *^Ti'r,:K8hm*r>,hu "wlrrty, Or-
hnrto*. 500 HW 17th Ave., Miami
Both JacobRabbi M<>ea Meachelorf
onhojum, lul-Jll Wah. Ave., M.B.
MM SholomRabbi I^on Kronlub,
Beth Tfllah Rabbi Joaeph Rackov-
ky Orthodox, s:, Kurlld Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.
Coral Oablea Rahbl Morrla Skop, lib-
eral, 320 Palermo Ave.. C. Gables
Downtown Synagogue Rabbi Aryah
Becker, Orthodox. 135 NW 3rd Ave.. ,
Miami. I
Flagler-OranadaBeverend I.eo Helm, I
Conservative. 50 NW 51st Place.
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
'.roan. Orthodox. SIR Itb 8t.. M.B.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Rahbl Harrv
Kttlnger, Conservative, k..l K. itb
Ave.. Hlnleab.
Israelite Center Rabbi Morton
Mnlaveky. Conservative, 3198 SW
24th Ter.. Miami.
Kneaeth laraelRabbi Abraham Caa-
ael. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irvine lehrman.
Conaervatlve. 1701 Wash. Ave., MB.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Simon
April, Orthodox, 1101 HW 12th Ave..
Miami.
Monticello Park Rabbi Boris Rnck-
OTSky, Oonaervatrve, lmth street
anil NK lllh Avenue. North Miami
Beach.
North Oade Conservative. 13630 W.
Dixie Highway, North Miami.
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltx. Conservative. 620 75th St.,
Miami Beach.
Temple laraell>r. Joseph Narot, Re-
form. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami.
Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood, Rahbl David
Bhaplro, Conaervatlve, tOSO I'oilc St..
Hollywood
Tifereth larael Rabbi Louis Caaael,
(500 N. Miami AVO., Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Allied Waxman,
ConsiTvatlve, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox. 4001 Chaae
Ave.. Miami Reach.
Zamora Rabbi Max M I.andman.
Conaervatlve, 44 Zamora am.. Cora]
Qablag.
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& M. liepliuii
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. Israel Certificates
. TEMPLE ISRAEL
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DR. JOSEPH I. NAIOT, rofcbi Dl. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rakbi Emeritui
JACOB 6. BORNSTEIN, Confer
A if FORM CONGREGATION
Cordially Inoitei You
fa Became mHMated with their membership
aW en/ay in air conditioned comfort .
High Holy Day Services
Heliaious Education for Children
Sabbath Servicei Every Friday
Temple Activities
tUVATOK OftftATING
Far Information Call During Week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Phone 9 1757
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SflSJ
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The Officars and Board Members of
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Announce that
THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
will be held in the
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE
DAVID WHITMAN HALL
COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN
AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
will preach during the services in both buildings
Star Israeli Cantor
AARON WEINGARTEN
A M 0 A T R A I N E D CHOIR
will chant the services with the assistance of well known
Baalei Teiilla
The seating committee is at the synagogue daily (excepting
on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to help you select
and reserve your seats.
Selichoss Saturday, September 5th, at Midnight

L.

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Extends to its members and friends
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PAGE 10 B
*-JewlsHhrkUan
Old Bug War Still
Continues Today
Men, women and children have
died bjcthe millions from diseases
carried by insects. Even today, this
lattlt; between man and insect con-
tinues, and while mankind is grad-
ually gaining mastery over his tiny
enemy, much remains to be done
in the Miami community, as well as
throughout the country and the
world.
Insects carry and transmit dis-
ease in many varied and complex
ways. The mere attack upon a hu-
man by some insects, while no
actual transfer of germs takes
place, may produce a disease or
harmful condition.
The fly, and other insects that
leed on filth and then deposit
germ-laden contaminants on food,
i> a mechanical carrier of disease
serms. The common fly is perhaps
responsible for more human illness
and death than any other group of
insects. In fact, the fly may rank
with the world's top killers of man.
The household roach and the mos-
-luito are also known carriers of
disease organisms.
The story of man's battle with
the mosquito, transmitter of ma-
laria, is well known. In this type of
-erm transmission, the germ is
picked up in the bloodstream of the
insect, breeds and multiplies with-
in the insect and then is passed
along to man. This is known as ob-
'igatory or cyclic because the dis-
ease organism is dependent upon
the insect for continued natural
transmission.
Man can take hope, however, in
the fact that science has made and
will continue to make contributions
.'. hich will benefit him in this age
sa struggle with the insect DDT
the World War II discovery, was
'nought to be the final answer to
man's battle of the bugs. However,
-ome species of insects soon de |
'.'loped an immunity to DDT. and I
' he search for a belter insecticide j
Degan all over again. Today, (lor
lane and I'yrethrius are the best '
billing agents yet approved for
home use. Persistent laboratory re
f arch has not shown any tendency I
"i any bugs to become immune to i
these two killing agents. Choradane j
i- four to five times more powerful i
than DDT and not only Kills bugs
by contact, vapor action and Inges
tion; it leaves a transparent film
on the surfaces which is effective
for several weeks in killing bugs
which touch it. Pyrethrius. when
used in an insecticide, gives quick-
er knock-down because it paralyzes
insects on contact.
Authorities point out, however,
that each individual must make his
contribution in this battle. Proper
-anitation must be maintained to
eliminate breeding and hiding
places.
School For Children
On North Miami Beach
Begler
Opens
Mrs. Jack Begler. former super-
visor otithe Beach Branch of the
Grater Miami Jewish Community
Center, announces the opening of
the Begler School for Children in
North Miami Beach
Mrs. Begler was connected for
several years with the Center
movement in Greater Miami, serv
ing in the Town Branch as pro-
gram director for children and
golden age groups. She later as-
sumed responsibility for directing
the Greater Miami camps and then
became supervisor of the Beach
Branch.
Besides the graduate teachers
who are receiving special training
for work in the new school. Mrs.
Begler said there will be a dietitian
and physician attached to the staff
Physical examinations are given on
entering to all pupils, and weekly
visits are made by the physician.
The school is housed in a new-
building. All furniture, equipment
and decorations have been scaled
for children from three to six years
of age.
An unusual feature of the Beg
ler School will be that the par-
ents, as well as the children, will
enroll as pupils. Parent classes will
be held in the evenings, according
to Mrs. Begler Faculty for the
classes will come from various edu
cational. health and social agencies
in Greater Miami.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBnT
Beth Jacob Committee
A Seating-Committee for the
reservation of High Holy Day seats
was announced this week by the
Beth Jacob Congregation. Chair-
man is Morris B. F
by Max Feit. Sami2'
Nathan Ginsburg, Aaro'n j
Benjamin Fox, Ma|vin V*
and Max Mechlowitz
s
HI I '
Mrs. Jock Begler
Heart Association Fund
Raisers Meet In Orlando
A conference of the Fund Rais-
ing Committee of the Florida Heart
Association was held in Orlando
August 29th. The meeting was
called bj Dr. H. Milton Rogers, ol
St. Petersburg, who i> state chair-
man Clarence M. Gay. of Orlando,
state controller, was chairman of
the committee
Representing the Miami area was
Dr. Milton Sashiw, president of the
Miami Heart Association. Purpose
of the meeting was to discuss and
finalize state policies in the matter
of fund raising for the Heart As-
sociation.
Cerner To Render
Holiday Service At
Agudath Israel
Cantor Elisha Cerner has been
engaged as cantor to render the
High Holy Day services at the
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
Cantor Cerner officiated in the
largest communities in Europe and
America. He was cantor and musi-
cal director in Berlin. Prague and
Chicago.
Max Mendelson will perform the
morning services during the High
Holy Days. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will
preach and officiate.
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Allen Westin To Speak
Allen Westin will be guest
-peaker of Miami Beach Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, at the weekly lunch-
con meeting to be held on Tues-
day, September 8th. 12:15 p.m., at
the Mei Yin Restaurant, according
to Gilbert J. Balkin. president.
Westin will speak on: Answering
Congressional Investigating Com-
mittees. An article by him on this
'object appeared in a recent issue
oi Commentary Magazine.
Gershon S. Miller is luncheon
chairman.
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[nY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1953
-Jowls* nnrlrii*
Wk
LEGAL
NOTICE
^TTZtY JUDGE'S COURT
^COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28404
[bade
'; HERMAN. I>*e?\_
Knc INTENTION TO MAKE
LVplication FOR FINAL
T DISCHARGE
L.E iTnereb} *' EL ,,ur "' "|"'" "nd ',cll"on,
KnfeohaW Executors if
f*1 Mbert m. bbbman,
H .nd thai ">e 30th day
' T W r BLANTON. County
t.',. .W f'H.'l report and for
t\ h.rec as Executors of the
tjfjSfiT M. BERMAN. de-
mh day of August, 1933.
wilTfcK C. KUVNER
SrLTON R. MANNHKIMER
SJ^xecutor. and Attorneya
^ Deceased.
| 1/4-11 .
^EUNDER FICTITIOUS
,(WF. U HEREBY GIVEN that
ritmisned, desiring to enaue In
U. under the fictitious name of
I KOSIIKR MEAT MARKETS.
BBS! at 59S7 S.W. 8th Street,
Florida, intend to register said
.'Jghthi Clerk of the Circuit
ut Dada t'ount>. Florida.
'"'HERMAN DAL*
MAX RFBIN
WILLIAM MALTER
BOL MAI.TER
8D S MANIH-ER
ay tor partnership
otice under fictitious
NAME LAW
MCE IS HEREBY fJIVBH that
IknilfBXli desiring to engau in
juder tli"1 fictitious nanff FaTT BROS., ii 1'-''0 N.W. 21st
Maini, Fl.....la, intends to
l,r said name with the Clark of
Srtsil limn of I Hide County,
ERNEST .1 l'|t)\VATY
J.0T, SILVER MCLIAJY
|ni\> for Pinwatj Itroa.
p.'a t_______________________
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
PICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
iidcrsianed, desiring, to engage In
ha w.ilrr the fictitious name of
fTpALMij Al'TS al 1110 lth
Miami Beach. Florida, Intend
litter mid naim- ith the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
HERMANN Ll'IILINSKI
MARTHA I.I KLINSKI
iAM I BRENNER
ley for Hermann and
itha I/.ililinsK,
I 4
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO AU, TO Wll.iM THESE I'Rks
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS^
2SJ"Dfws.,rS.th*t- "";
Martha H. Holateln,
... .. Miami Reach, Fla.
did on the 1st day of May, A I) |bkj
cause to be incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 10096, Lawa t
.i'*T5aA^55f ,S2r'' '"'"AL ASSO-
iiaiks INC a corporation, with
Its principal place of business at Mi-
ami. I)ade County. In the State of
Florida, and whereaa the stockholders
of said corporation did on the 25th
i!iy.ot. Auu. A.D. 195S. cause to be
filed In the office of the Secretary
of State of the State of Florida a
consent of all the stockholders under
the provisions of said Chapter 10096
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925, re-
questing the dissolution of aald cor-
poration, therefore the Secretary of
State Is satisfied that said corpor-
ation haa complied with the require-
ments of law. >
IN WITNESS ,WHEREOF, I
have hereunto "set my hand
and have affixed the/ Qreat
Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital
this the twenty-fifth day of
August. AD. IS53.
R. A. ORAY,
(SEAL) a*etW "' *a,e'
9/4/53 ,
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hdtnrigned, ilesirtnK to engage In
the fictitious name of
I.UU'S ASSi ii MATES, -at ISSO
j Street nd to register
i Hi. Clerk of the Clr-
jfourt .f Dade County, Florida.
0R1N s BACON
VERNKTTE S. 11ACON
II.EI! ,v OARS
>''.-- Appl .nits
-- i Avenue
: i i
|HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
(AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
(IDA IN PROBATE. No. 30895-A
ESTATE f>F
JLI'H FRIED.M \W. Deceased
[NOTICE TO CREDITORS
" I A I'ersona llav-
Agatnsl Bald
it'.
are hereby
to preaanl any
which yuu, or
against the
' '. '"LIU I RJEDMANN, de-
. Miami Beach, bade
| Hon County
and file the
ii the County
I IMile CI, mty, Florida.
i-ndiir in hi li- from the
Uon hereof.
inds to contain
EL. ."" "' "" claimant and
worn to ind presented as afore-
'l: be I. rred See Sec-
,' mi, in iHi
lURffl K FRIKDMANN,
Vi,V,,;;;',l",',N < '"' Estate of
ADOLI'll FI'.IKDMANN.
RS lie,,. r>ece>a'aed.
Kv !!'. '-"e.-utrix
P5JM Hid,., Miaml j,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30839 B
In Re: ESTATE OK
I.E*>N GOODMAN, a/k/a
LEON ALEXANDER GOODMAN,
_ ... ~ Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LEON GOODMAN, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judge* of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County (Tourthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date August 13th, AD. 1953.
ELIZA HETH GOODMAN
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
LEON GO<>DMAN, Deceased.
HAROLD ZINN
Attorney for Elizabeth Goodman
S/21-28 9/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER' FACTITIOUS
*?.?.' 1 EREBY GIVE* that
ilrlng to engatre in
fictitious nan* ot
..... underalgn^V des rm'g o -SUSta
J h AVWutTR mWDRY, at iooitw
Mh Avenue, Miami, Intend to register
I "'"" he Clerk of the''"
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
,..,, "J-IAM KH4CHER
4XlsweyinS,rAvAel''l,can'-
S/14-21--28 y/i '
IN
THE
iVEN
FLORIDA
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
L^,EnN.TH..J.UD!?'A'.cmc0uiTTOF
ITY. .^ch^C^Vy^o"^
RAN LA ROCCA. Plaintiff
vs.
,X>L'J;'LtA "GCCA. Defendant
TO: L?,gfsRLrRo^C,AL,CAT'ON
3034 Mathews Ave.
Bronx, New. York
You are hereby notified thaUa Bin
?^.'"m,>laln, for '"vorce has been
filed against you in the above styled
cause and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer on the plalnt-
11 rwVi'""ne5' .tnd flle tne original In
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
court In and for I>ade County. Flor-
ida, on or before the 6th day of Oc-
tober. 19a3. If you fail to do so,
Judgment by defualt will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Rill of Complaint.
Dated at Miami, Dade County, Flor-
ida this 28th day of Auguat, 1953
E. B. LEATHEILMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN,
..-.. "cputy Clerk
(CIRPPIT COPKT SEAL)
MANUEL LL'BEL
Attorney for Plulntlff
623 W. Flagler bt., Miami, Florida
!V4-11 -18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL FOODS OF FLORIDA, at
4421 .N.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MORRIS HARRIS
LEONARD HARRIS
HEN HARRIS
JACK MILLER, Atty.
4014 xth Ave., Miami Beach
9/4-11-18-25
PwErt d111?'.*f:,VEN ,hat
K??J- RALI8H
Kb!;!,1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, JJLOR -
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161967
1.ANNIE RAISMORE. Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIE HAISMoltK, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIE RAISMORE,
address unknown.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint fur Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
{'lending to the Rill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs attorney HEN KSSEN,
823 Seybold Ruildinx, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the list
day of September, 19J3. If you f.ni
to do so, Judgment by default will be
taken aSSlnst you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND OHDKRBD at Miami,
Florida, this ITtii (lav of August, 1151.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade Coiintv. Florida.
By \\.\i W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
REN ESSEN, ESQ .
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ml Beybold Building, Miami, Florida
l/tl-SS 9/4-J1
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
BY CONTINUING PARTNERS
AND
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
The partnership of Sam Mallen,
Harry Mallen, and Max Mallen, doing
business as Sam Mallen Co. (not Inc ),
262U S.W. Mh Street, Miami. Florida,
has been dissolved by mutual consent
on August 25, 1953. Sam Mallen has
retired from the said partnership.
Harry Mallen and Max Mallen will
continue the said business under the
aiine name at the same address and
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
SAM MALLEN
HARRY MALLEN
MAX MALLEN
8/2S 9/4-11-18
T'CE NAtS!R, f'CTIT.OUS
W io ,,ME LAw
E.W.HEREBY iiiven that
Nti
* I to engage in
IV c
Boom*
..''< and DIXIE
'" N W. 36th Ave..
n\ ,", '':'-- M name
afty, Flori,' 'reU" ,'"ur, of
T8tA" WOHL QmtVTH

[" BKg,

Zj&PU*"
i\ i.N that
age In
''W\|. name of
. Si 12*0 luexel
i,,u,t
./..lu^'a 'dbSTck
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No."308O0B
In Re; ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN FE1.LMAN, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of BENJAMIN FELLMAN. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade Count}', and flle the same In
their offices In Uie County Courthouse
In Dad,. County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred-
Dale August 7th, A.D. 1953.
Gl'SSIE FELLMAN,
Surviving Spouse
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Surviving Spouse
I/14-SI-Z3 /4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
J AND PIZZA KINO", at IIS4 N.K tnd
Avenue, Miami. Intends to register
said name With the Clerk of Mid Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Coiintv, Florida
CARMELA DEMI'RO
K CSS I.Kit OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
i7>j w Flsgler St.
8/28 9/4-11-IS
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
___. NAME LAW ....,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
M^CKPRRfc tn "ctltlous name of
990 Bl ILDING at W0 s w. pvt
Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
ircult Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
LINOLD CORPORATION
Ry: Sam Seltlln. President
Attest: R. Louis Seltlln.
o .. Secretary
8/28 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER f iCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL KOKHER FOOD MAR-
KET, at 1325 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, Ha., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
.,^K ROMERANTZ. Sole Owner
MALVIN ENGLANDER
Attorney for Owner
311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
8/14-21-28 9/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 162052
ELLA RUBIN EDGEWORTH,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD L. EDGEWORTH.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RICHARD L. EDGEWORTH
You. RICHARD L. KKG KWORTH,
address unknown, are hereby notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Rill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
KESSLER & GARS. 1782 West Flag-
ler Street. Miami. Florida, and flle
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th day of
September. 1953. If you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the BUI of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 20th day of August, A.D.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CORALY, CORALY LAMPS AND
SHADES, at 2101 Ponce De Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables, Florida, Intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENJAMIN KIIASSOW
SYLVIA KItASNOW
HENRY M. CAIN, Atty.
KM West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
9/4-11-^-2.".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEDY FURNITURE CO., at 3621
W.W. ".mi St., Miami, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
DAV1D MARCUS
MASON & FORER
Attorneys for Applicant
129 N.E. 1st St.
8/2S 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M A M F I A \AJ
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BELL-AIRE APARTMENTS, at 1036
Drexel Avenue, Intends to regULar
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
10Jt WASHINGTON AVENUE
CORPORATION
8/21-Z8 J/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
'FLORIDA WEATH ER-K KA FT
PRODUCTS CO.", at 7301 N.E. Miami
Court. Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
I. A BRA MS
I PHILLIPS
EDWARD S. RESNICK
Attorney for I Phillips and I. Abrams
8/28 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN trnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under, tiu, fictitious name of
SUPERIOR MARKET, SI 1071 S.W.
Mh Street, .Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JENNIE MINN
HI'T.NKR & HUTNER
520 Olympla Bldg.. Miami
S/28 9/4-11-11
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26331
RE: ESTATE OF
MORTON SAM FAOAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice is herehy given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of MORTON BAM FAOAN,
i and thai on the 22nd day
or September. 1951, l will apply to the
Honorable W F BLANTON, County
Judge i>f I Mile County, Florida, foi
approval or said flrfB.1 report snd foi
final discharge a- Administratrix, of
the Estate or MORTON SAM FAOAN,
deceased.
This 19th day of August, f
/s/ EVELYN S HERSHREIN,
As Administratrix ot the
Estate Of
MORTON SAM FAG \N.
deceased
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Adniiulstralrix
i/ai-2 /4-n
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 2B314 B
RE: ESTATE OF
STEPHEN GENCHEFF, -
also known as
STOYAN aENCHEFF,
also known as
STOIAN GENCHEFF, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator Cum
Teatamento Annexo of the estate of
STEPHEN GENCHEFF, k STOY-
AN GENCHEFF, a/k/a STOIAN
GENCHEFF, deceased; and that on
the titfe 'lav or September. IMS, will
apply to the Honorable FRANK B.
DOWLlNO, County Judge of I hide
County, Florida, for approval "t said
final report ami for final discharge as
Administrator Cum Testamento An-
nexo of the Estate -r STEPHEN
I1ENCHE1 I', .i 1. < STOYAN GKN-
CHHFF, .i -Hi \N GENCHEFF,
deci i
This 1Mb day or August, IMS.
LEO si i i:i \i:u. Administrator
c.t.a. of Estate of Stephen
ioinii.tr. k a Rtoyan
Geiichi-ff. i> i Sti.ian Gencheff
SHEINER SPIELER
Attorneys for
l..on Sbelner, Administrator e.t.a.
:iii| Roper Ruildlng; Miami 32, Florida
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARKER OF MIAMI, at 1038 71st
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRIET KERN, Sole Owner
8/21-28 J/4-11
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTI~E Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1-I.ORIDA MORTGAGE BROKERS, at
23o W. Flagler St., Miami, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
....... IRVING SUSSMAN
BENEDICT H1LVERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
541 Seybold Bldg.
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VICTORIA ROOMING HOUSE, at 537
S.W. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NICK STEF. tt Interest
VICTORIA STEF, H interest
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Owners
8/21-28 9/4-11
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2S218-B
RE: ESTATE OF
OWEN CUNNINGHAM, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator, c.t.a. of the estate of OWEN
CUNNINGHAM, deceased; and that on
the 16th day of September. 1953, I
will apply to the Honorable FRANK
II. DOW LING, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. of
the Estate of OWEN CUNNINGHAM,
deceased.
This ISth day of August, 1953.
/s/ LEON KAPLAN
Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a.
Estate of
OWEN CUNNINGHAM,
deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator
SO Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NORTH DADE PLUMBING SERVICE
at 12400 Croton Road, Keystone Point,
Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
M. W. PHILLIPS, JR.
RICHARD KRIEOER F1SK
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Building, Miami, Florida
v n-w 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JONATHAN-POST OF FI.ORIDA. at
431 Lincoln Rd. and 712s Collins Ave,
Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to reK-
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DANIEL II. HERMAN
A I.PERT L. ROSEN
Attorney for Daniel II Herman
740 71st St Miami Beach, Fla.
\ il-H 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
- under the fictitious name of
yUINIELA BAR SI ZM N.W. 37th
Avenue, Miami, Intend to retriste*
si .1 name itli the Clerk of the I '.i -
cult Com t ot Dade County, Florida.
archie B and
SOPHIE VLEREBOME
KESSLER a OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1 S.W. L'.'nil Axe.
tl-U 9.-4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NHwTsrtAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Uie fictitious tame of
KAI'UV'S. at 1485 Coffins Avenue, Mi-
ami Reach, Florida. Intends to regis-
ter said name With the Clerk of the
Circuit COwt of Dade County, Flor-
ida. '
KAPKAUF INC.
Samuel Kaplan, Pres.
8/2S 9/4-11-18 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
D and D SUNDRIES, at 2801 N W
17th Aveiwue. Miami, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
WARREN A DALRYMPLE
WEBSTER l> DAWBON
Sole owners
KESSLER i; \l:s
Attorneys for Applicants
ITSI W Flagler Stret i
9/4-1I-18-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
al u c I A \A/
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PENNY POST OF KIjORIDA, at var-
ious locations In Dade County. Flor-
ida, with Its principal place of busi-
ness at 7128 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DANIEL H. HERMAN
ALBERT L. ROSEN
Attorney for Daniel H. Herman
740 71st St.. Miami Beach, Fla.
8/21-28 9/4-11
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMRPE y
Sponge
Manischewitz
Cake Mix
Highlights Holiday
Traclilional golden sponge cake
has long been synonymous with
celebration" in the Jewish home.
It is literally the standard special-
occasion cake that seems to serve
a* a signal for festivities.
Now, with the new Manischewitz I
Sponge Cake Mix available as a t
regular daily item at grocers ev-1
erywhere. that "special occasion"
can be any time the housewife
chooses to serve this traditional de-
lightat parties, for the Sabbath,
as a welcome special treat for the
family and. of course, in its tra-1
ditional role at holiday time.
In fact, baking with Mani
SChewitZ Sponge Cuke Mix makes
each occasion a special one in more ,
. > than one. because this new
pareve mix produces lighter, fluf
fier, more delicious sponge cakes
with effortless ease, in just a mat j
ter of minutes from package to
pan. The directions on the package
Flagler-Granada Slates School Registration
Registration for the coming According to Harold
.school year for both the Hebrew
and the Sunday School will be held
at the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center on two success
sive Sundays, September 6th and
September 13th, between the hours
of 10 a.m. and noon.
Let
WORRY
About Your
FOOD
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Beautiful Hors D'oeurree
Made to Order
Rental of
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LINENS
Entertainment and all other
details arranged for your
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NIGHTS. 5UNTvs 4 HOLIDAYS
w im
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.luiu-man of the ikhool fcS
Hebrew School will be ^JtS
. full time basis this^H
the supervision of Revem,ii
Heim.StrumpfsaidtheS,1
be scheduled on a single
of a double session.
? Nwrsery
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith leaders present copies
of the 1953-54 School Calendar to W. R. Thomas, Dade County
Superintendent of Public Instruction. Shown are (left to right)
Gilbert J. Ealkin. director of the Florida ADL Office; Mrs. Molly
Glazer, chairman of the ADL Council of Greater Miami; Super-
intendent Thomas; and Miss Joyce Zimmerman, Educational
Service director of the Florida ADL Office. Members of the
ADL Ccmmittees of the B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's
Chapters here are presently visiting principals of all schools
in Dade County to distribute the School Calendars which
indicate the Holy Days, legal holidays and dates of religious
and patriotic observance.
Dromedary Dates
Sweeten New Year
One of the oldest observances of
the High Holy Days celebration is
the tradition of tasting something
sweet at the start of the holiday
meal to symbolize the wish for a
sweet New Year
In ancient times, the choicest j
delicacy for this purpose was the!
"fruit of kings." the luscious date..
prized for its natural sweetness and
wholesome quality. This year, mil-
lions of American Jews will
sweeten the New Year' with
Dromedary Dates, more popular
than ever as the traditional holi-
day sweetmeat and as a delightful
meet treat throughout the year.
Carefully selected from the
world's finest date crops. Drome-
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are so simple, the quality so uni-
formly high, that now even a nov-
ce at the art of home-baking can
bake like the experts, producing a
:>erfeet sponge cake every time
Cakes baked with Manischewitz
Sponge Cake Mix are notable for
.heir tender, resilient texture and
wonderfully tempting taste. Just
o see one coming from the oven,
high and firm and golden-brown, is
.-.n exciting experience for even the
most skilled housewifeand the
family is likely to share in that
excitement with its first ta>te of
his delightful sponge cake, with
its delicate fragrance and flavor so
reminiscent of old-time home bak-
ing at its finestST

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' There is no
"overnight cure"|
for constipation!.
But there is a natural way to free
yourself from harsh purges forever


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By and large, constipation is not a
"ready-made" condition that stnkes
without warning. It is a protressire
ailment.
AND THE PROGRESS OF CON-
STIPATION, FROM OCCASIONAL
TO COMMON TO CHRONIC, l_S
HASTENED rp A WIDEL Y UNREAL-
ized extent ~by the way the
digestive system is abused
year after year with strong
purgative comfounds too
harsh in immediate effect to
Have a sound corrective re-
sult.
Continual overdosing inflicts upon
he whole digestive system an unnat-
iral punishment which leaves behind
i trail ol digestive havoc. An upset
itomach, a small intestine containing
little nourishment to feed the body,
and a colon which often needs an-
other purgative doseand another
to prod it into renewed muscular ac-
tion.
It's no wonder sooner or later the
vicious "laxative habit" takes hold.
Before the victims realize it, their
condition has progressed so far that
even daily laxative or purgative dos-
ing can no longer bring satisfactory,
comfortable relief.
OF COURSE, THIS NEED NEVER
map un. if_ you're consti-
"TeEaiTTk of lack of
bulk in your diet^-as is usu-
ALLY THE~CASE-THERE if A ~WAY
to avoid drug-tyfe lax a-
tives altogether, and place
tourHTain dependence 6m
NATURE.
Whole-wheat bran, you know, is
.nature's "laxative food instead of a
medicine." When properly processed
and shredded, it yields smooth bulk
that does naturally what drug-type
laxatives do cktmically.
YOU GET THE COMPLETE.
WHOLE BRAN WITH NOTHING
TAKEN AWAY TO LESSEN ITS EF-
FECTIVENESS IN~KELLOCCS aTT-
BRAN-THE NATURAL UXITl
CEREAL.
Kellogg's All-Bran is
fine, soft consistency, thus it j
bulk which neither scratches, if
nor inflames the normal cok.|
helpsas nature intendedMl
ply the proper consistency for|
forced, normal elimination.
THERE IS NO CHURNIl|
NO STOMACH I'PSET.
AFTER-EFFECT. KXCF.PT'
FEELING OF SATISFACT
AND FULFII.I.MF.NT WHJ
COMES WITH NORMAL,
URAL ELIMINATION.
KELLOGG'S ALL-BRA*
SAFE FOR THE NORMAL]
GESTIVE TRACT.
YOU DO NOT COW THt\
ASTER OF PROGRESSIVE CO*
PATION WHEN rou I,
OUNCE OF KELLOGG'S ALj
DAILY, AND DRISK rjj
wAtER.
But. remember. Kellogg's'
is not a "drug-type LsxsttSLJ
delicious, ready-to-eat NATU
laxative ttrtal. No "psrt-o
cerealin the amounts you r
eat for breakfast-can give r
benefits of All-Bran.
No exaggerated or unsup
claims are made for the laxsuwi
ties of Kellogg's Al!-Bran. Tuej
Kellogg's on the package. Iff
of health throughout the 0"
world, speaks for itself.
Of course. Kellogg's All-B*]
'overnight cure" for consnW
There is no such thing All-B^l
be eaten regularly to obtain *|
ural and lasting relief you arc
for.
Eat Kelloff-s All-Bran ewrrt
ing for 10 days. If yure'SJ
ptetely satisfied, mail the emi
ton to the Kellogg Company.
Creek. Michigan-and gei
your money back.
I spent half my life looking for a cure
for constipation. After 35 years I began
eating Kellogg's All-Bran daily. I haven't
been bothered with constipation since.
am
treet;
Sagma
Mrs. Margaret Tophar
300 W. Shephard Stree
Saginaw 3, Michigan
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%  f GREATER Mill JEWRY USHERS IN ROSH HflSHONAH rt" m Continued from Pag* 3 B Choir, under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. will assist. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as. An Approach. Thursday and Friday morning services, marking the first and second days of Rosh Hashonah. September 10th and 11th, will be at 8 a.m., with evening services -cheduled for 6 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will preach on both days. His sermons are scheduled as: The Moon Is Confounded and The Sun Is Ashamed. Sabbath of Repentance services will be on September 12th. at 9 a.m. Special student services are slated for Thursday and Friday at 11 a.m. Hebrew Academy Traditional Friday evening senices will be held by the Hebrew Academy at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m Mincha will be at 6 p.m. The Eve Of Meditation, will be the subject if a sermon by Rabbi Alexander Gross during Slichot services Saturday at midnight. Members and worshippers will usher in Rosh Hashonah on Wednesday evening September 9th. at 6:15 p.m. Cantor Bernard Saltzman will officiate ssisted by the Hebrew Academy Choir. Thursday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi I will discuss: Know Thyself Se! Th< f utun will N* the -abject dt hitopic on Friday • orning the second daj ol I tember 12th. at 9 a.m. Rabbi Gross I Year will be on Thursday and Fri will discuss: Ways To Repentance Downtown Synagogue Slichot services will be observed at the Downtown Synagogue on Saturday evening at 11:30 p.m. Rabbi Aryan Becker will officiate and discuss: Counting Our Days Wednesday evening, September 9th. at 6:30 p.m.. Rosh Hashonah eve services will be held The first day of the New Year will be mark ed on Thursday morning at 8 a.m.. whenRabbi Becker will discuss. A World In Balance. Evening sen ice.-, will be at 6:30 p.m. On the second day of Rosh Hashonah. the Rabbi will discuss: The Way To Long Life Temple Sinai Rabbi David Shapiro will discuss Reverence during regular Friday evening services of Temple Sinai. The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the day at 8 a.m. Rabbi April will discuss: This Is Our Life. His sermon for Friday is scheduled as: Progress In Marked Time. The Sabbath of Repentance will be on September 12th. at 9 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Center Rabbi Irving Lehrman will conduct traditional Friday evening services of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 6:30 p.m. Cantor | Philip H Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. The Rabbi will discuss the! Weekly Portion. Slichot services will be on Saturday at midnight. Out Of The Depths We Call Unto I The Lord, will be the topic of the sermon preached by Rabbi Lehrj man Rosh Hashonah will be ushered in on Wednesday evening. Septem-' ber 9th. at 615 p.m. Thursday morning services are at 8:15 a.m. musical portion of the liturgy, j R^bbi Lehrman will preach on the Saturdav morning sen-ices are at " moriling. at 8 a m he will speak on the topic: The Eternal Challenge To Jewish Survival. Friday, September 12th. during the second day of Rosh Hashonah, at 8 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss What IWrong With Mankind. Temple Sinai will observe The Sabbath ol Repentance on September 12th. at 9 a.m. The Portion of the Law will be discussed during the service. North Dade Jewish Center North Dade Jewish Center will hold regular Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. followed by an Oneg Shabbat under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keller Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m. Slichot services will be held on Saturday at midnight The Congregation will usher in the eve of Rosh Hashonah on Wednesday. September 9th. at 7 p.m. with Rabbi Samuel April, of New York City, officiating The Rabbi will be assisted by the (enter Choir. Senices for the first and second days of the New HO Ml DUSD AL C0NV AltSCINT 1233 N.E. 135th Street A HOME AWAY FROM KOMI" GRADUATE NURSES 24 HOURS Homelike Surroundings Reasonable Rates R.N. in Charge fUm g 4$80 FOR A BIG NEW YEAR FOR ISRAEL BONDS 1622 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Tel. 58-556." tunity the subject of his sermon on the second day of Rosh Hashonah. September 11th. at 8:15 a.m. Evening senices for both Holy Days are slated at 6 15 p.m. The Sabbath of Repentance will be on SeptemIN 12th at 9 am. 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JAY SEPTEMBER 4. 1953 -Smlshnariri**,* 'he Peretz School PAGE 7B By Naehum CH !" H| erJ l Secretary of tha Workmen's Circle wish parents need not worry ut the education provided lor _r children in the American pubfschool. We are indeed fortu. to live in a democracy where | City. State and Federal agenunite in providing the best Ltional facilities for all chilto make them useful and However, (here is one thing [American educational system L not do; it does not teach our teen the history and cultural %  age of the Jewish people. merican freedom and tolerance lot deter us from being closely Id to the Jewish people, to Lnguage and literature and to Ken. deeply-rooted culture. On rontrary. the more we are conof our Jewishness and the pride and respect we have lour origin and our fine old |tions, the more are we reJ with respect by all people. | be a good, loyal American and frb all the freedom-loving conjand traditions of our country, [need not deny his ancestral True Americanism recogthe di'-tinctiveness of each Iral group. :is well as the inlualness ol each person. IJewish education does not lly mean an acquaintanceship lour past. It also embraces a %  ledge of the living present. |includes the Yiddish language is spoken by a significant lof our people. Yiddish litera| has yielded a rich product % ring the life of the Jew the over Our children should nly learn to speak, write and |this language. I dish literature has become kf the great stream of world Jture To know Yiddish liter|means to know our people, its and shortcomings, its beI its hopes and its dreams. [children must become the Iciaries of this significant cul1 heritage by attending the I of modern Jewish school I teaches it. Bdren who are unacquainted Jewish history and Jewish life pintually torn from our peojhey often carry within them Ired resentment for having [born a Jew. Should they [the true history of our peor LT *o. jGUST BROS Rv. It tfirflf sr' s THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of liHh Forum >n Tin* Air" EVERY SUNDAY I 10 *" to 11 fO cm. on:VVM I E ( 1140oudial) • Variouj Feofur.i H*NI|"d Birtcttd k r 181 "MOM ,7 A... "••• 12-5410 pie. they will know that throughoc the centuries in whatever country the Jew made his home, he enriched it with his labors and his cultural, spiritual and intellectual contributions. They will then know that in the course of three thousand years Jews were the initiators of noble human ideals, the torchbearers of freedom, equality and social justice. They will be nourished by the poetic grandeur of the prophets immortalized in the Old Testament, that early chronicle of humanity whose influence and impact in shaping human history has had no parallel in the annals of man. They will then understand how the Old Testament has been the great fountainhead and spiritual source of the literature of mankind. On Jewish holidays our tables usually have a festive spread, but our children have a right to know and understand the significant historical events which our.holidays commemorate. They should be aware that our holidays are a stirring memorial to the trials and strugggles, the heroism and martyrdom on the tortuous path of our emanacipation. Jewish children who become acquainted with the maning of Jewish holidays, will be spiritually enriched and full of hope and confidence in their outlook on life. Our schools are named the Peretz Schools after the great Yiddish writer whose workshave nourished generations of Jews and bound them together spiritually as a people. Y. L. Peretz was a pioneer in the founding and formation of the modern Jewish school. SSfiSSLfiSJ ^ Hte? IeWi h Community Center, will make its first appeardSa?Ha5n£j7ESS n **"**' midni 9 ht Swfmbw Sth. Directed by Reverer/ Mor•SS^SS^i!K W1 ccom P !" y Cantor Joseph W. Malek during/ High Holy Day FS Paul Kl 1/f'u" 6 119 Me, dames Ernest Wiegel. Jack Pollard, Abraham Haalman tbft' Mor f cha H ^n, Clara Barancik. Rabbi David Shapiro, Reverend Anson and In ^"^ernard Frankel Irving Feibus, Max Kline. Leonard^Saver. Ralph Ram SiiS I 11 "* Se h ?P n --Rear 'ow (left to right) are Mrs. Arthur Horowitz. Mrs. Joseph S^ltorS3l5te M l ph M Hut V A,Un PoaSter !* %  hvina Si,ver and M 'Harold Jacobson. Not pictured are Mrs. Nate Grumet and Mrs. Manuel Rosenthal. Beth Sholom Reopens School September 1st Beth Sholom Relfgious School, 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, reopened for the 1953-54 school year on Tuesday, September 1st, with an additional department, the Senior High Religious School. Registration in all departments, primary, elementary, junior and senior high, began on that day and will continue through September 13th. According to Samuel Segal, Jr., chairman of the School Board, a record enrollment of well over 600 is anticipated. "We have engaged more teachers," said Segal, "expanded our class room facilities and air conditioned the classrooms and library." Class sessions for primary pupils began on Thursday, September 3rd, and Sunday, September oth, will open sessions for elementary pupils. Junior and senior high pupils will meet on Saturday, September 5th. School buses will again transport children who live north of 63rd Street. Segal also announced that Sydney J. Greenberg has been reappointed as principal of all Beth I Sholom Religious Schools. Green[ berg is completing 25 years of' service in the field of Jewish education. He is a member of the Naj tional Council of Jewish Educa-' tion. National Education Association, American Association of University Professors.and the National' Association 'for 'Religious Educa-1 tion. RELIEVES PAIN OF HEADACHE NEURALGIA NEURITIS %  tif thouiunrtt of phylicitMl and d-Tifiiti recommend HfVf Why Anocirt it liko o doctor's proscription. That is, Anacin contains) not on* but a combination of modi colly proved, active ingredient* in •oiy-tc toko labUt form. Anocin gives VAST, LONG LASTING rtlM. Don't wait. •uy Anoxin %  % %  if) i it's always fair weather coou • in • your home • your store • your office AIR CONDITIONING by HILL YORK 'Just turn this knob and lot the wonderful YORK HEAT PUMP do the rest! You eon hove perfect cooling or hooting with just ono turn of tho wrist. 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^^^r^EMBER *. 19S3 ~ *, HEATER MIAMI JEWRY, USHERS IN ROSH HASHQNAH Continued from P.* 2 B l-n Htocuh Hashonah on SeptemC ilth The Sabbath of ReE m r b r a 2i, discussing: In L Spirit Of Return. Coral Gablet Jwih Center i Saturday. September 5th, 11:30 C will mark the beginning of le High Holy Day cycle at the fcal 3MM Jewish Center. Rabt Morris A. Skop and Cantor IrvL Robinson will conduct the mid[hl Slichot service to be followI by a membership collation. Rosh %  ashonah will be ushered in on [ednesdav evening at 7 p.m. RabI Morris Skop will discuss: What lhanges People. lOn Thursday morning, at 9i30 L the Center Choir and Cantor lobinson will augment the serv|e Rabbi Skop will discuss: Ties that Bind L's. Special children's Iprices will be held at 2:30 p.m., o the Center. The second day of Josh Hashonah will be observed at 1:30 am. with Rabbi Skop scheduling, his sermon as: Israel Among the Nations. The Sabbath of ReLntance will be ushered in on Septmber 12th. Subject of the Rabftj's sermon is: Return To What. [j> lennon U: Return To What. the ihofar will be blown by Rich-' [rd Schulman during all services. West Miami Jewish Center Regular Friday evening services It the West Miami Jewish Center Ire scheduled for 6:45 p.m., and kill be conducted by Abraham poldsteir. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and fiscuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are under the direction of Morris Newmark at 10 a.m. Ilincha ;ll be at 6 p.m.. followed fcv a lecture on Ethics Of Our Fathers, Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Slichot services will be ushered in ~'9t' midnight and will be conduced by the Rabbi Services for Rosh Hashonah eve are scheduled for Wednesday at 6 p.m. The first day of the New Year will be marked on Thursday, September 18th, with services at 8 a.m. Rabbi Waxman will discuss: A Purpose In Life. The Shofar will be sounded at 11 a.m. The second day of Rosh Hashonah, September 11th, also has services scheduled for 8 a.m. The subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Resolution Forgotten And Renewed. The shofar will be sounded at 11 a.m. The Sabbath of Repentance will be observed on Saturday, September 12th, with Rabbi Waxman discussing! The Meaning Of Penitence. Beth Sholom Temple Beth Sholom will hold regular Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and Cantor Samuel Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m. Rosh Hashonah will be ushered in on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m., with Rabbi Kronish officiting and preaching on the topic: Must Destruction Be Our Destiny. Services on Thursday and Friday mornings are scheduled for 8:45 a.m. Rabbi Kronish has chosen as his topics for these days: Religion Fights Back and This Is The Place. Kneseth Israel Kneseth Israel Congregation will hold regular Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30, a,nj.J with Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel officiating and Cantor Abraham Seif chanting the liturgy. Slichot services will be ushered on on Saturday evening, September 5th, at 11 i p.m. Services for Rosh Hashonah ; eve, September 9th, will be at 6 ; p.m. Rabbi Cassel will officiate and preach on the sermon topic: %  The Meaning Of The New Year. Thursday and Friday morning services, in observance of the first I and second days of the New Year, will .be at 7:30 a.m. The Rabbi I will preach on both days. His topics are scheduled as: Who Will Live and The Shofar As Symbol. Services for the Sabbath of Repentance will be oit September 12th, at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Cassel will discuss: Repentance And Salvation. Beth David Spiritual leader Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct his 21st Rosh Hashonah service, marking his 21st year in Miami, on Wednesday evening, September 9th, at 6 p.m., in the Beth David Synagogue. The only midnight service on the Hebrew calendar will take place on Saturday night, September 5th, 11:30 p.m., to open the New Year series of observances. Cantor Maurice Mamches and the Center Continued on Page 4 B Air Coniititmti RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN THE REST IN KOSHEIPOOM A Unique Dining Experience DelicioMt TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT MNNftS 2.50 Unexcelled Jewish Specialties DELICATESSEN TO TAXI HOME 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE Opposite City Nail CALL S-MS5 Hours — 11:30 a.m. to t p.m. IWANTMYMILK gorine NOW Yon Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining; A Single Ounoe. %  DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS, OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS rare Harmless Economical %  .. .M i m ,. r -m r ..j i Ji iy ji. ... 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%  T crPTFMBER 4. 1953 + **Mh *** — %  > >rical Group \es Contest tw YORK — The American E Historical Soc.ciy'will ronL historical essay contest to L the 300th anniversary of L settlement in the United I Dr Salo W. Baron, PresiT,nnoanced here this week. Baron, who is also Professor gstory at Columbia University, [,hat the essay contest is part V Society's overall program be American Jewish TercenC which aims to stimulate pubLtrrest and academic research lericin Jewish history. T|j denary wiU be observed from Bber 12, 1954, through May, \ Baron said the Society will three prizes to essay conLmners: S500. first prize; I second prize; and $200, third He said that the awards will fcade either in cash or in the |Tf scholarships at recognized bis of higher learning. j contest is open to univerIsludents on the graduate or Jrgraduate levels, both Jews finr. Jews. The essays submitIre not to exceed 10,000 words, Tbe documented and must not Jbeen publi-hed, in whole or Irt,elsewhere. All essays must Tbefore September 1. 1954. Hn 'ipe I took ide Available jter your Rosh Hashonah turprrapon is -lulled and browni the oven—what then? What Ml you serve your family at itional lliuli Holidays dinJusual holiday recipes are alI welcome and with the New | D coming early this year : about the lime so many of will be unpacking your ner vacation things—the doulistraction ol setting the house pht and planning your holipienu makes a lew helpful sugpns not only timely but downI providential. llh this in mind, the B. Manif itz Company's scientific home len has prepared a number of [ting traditional and modern |es and menufor Rosh Ha should the Yom Kippur Eve dinlas well as for the Feast of join which follows a few days These, together with some Nmg information about the faythemselves, have been inprated into a handy free recipe Pdesigned to give you a I of the mood and meaning of I grea < occasions in the Jewish >dar You may obtain your of the booklet, at no cost to lv writing to Manischewitz, Jersey City, New Jersey. —S.T. da Schedules N For Labor Day Al,adin Room of the Algiers WU be the scene of Miami Ma$,da 's annual Labor Day Irrh* as disclose d this week pnie Goodwin, president. T 5how U1 lx> augmented by tau-ic of M a | Malkin and hig fcw'i T ,rkln S on the affair frl V Sj* r,in KJ eny Miller, Fojen. Ed Oka. Bea Brilliant, F Bans and i ra Joseph. %  dance will start at 9 p.m. is W ||i R() owards MaMdt ., *' Projects. K^p naiQ rofn f-BREW NEW YEARS CARDS PRINTED L'fipESS PRES S IAU i fh J Av *Ph. 9-B235 K, "d of Printir.9 Michigan Avenu. Miami Beach p hon 5-3SM Senesch Hadassah To Install Officers New officers of the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah will be installed on September 14th, 12, %  won, at the Saxony Hotel. The #f-i fair is also slated to honor new members. The program will be planned by Mrs. Herman Philips, chairman. Mrs. Lillian Atlas is in charge of decorations. Mrs. Julius Rosenstein, hostess, will be assisted by the Sponsor Committee. Mrs. William Feuer will assume the office of president during the proceedings. Others to be installed include the Mesdames Morris AIpert, founder president; Abe Greenberg, honorary president; Abraham Cassel, Herman Philips, Jack Falk and Ralph Spero, vice presidents; Lily Hutt, financial secretary. Tbe Mesdames Maurice Klein, recording secretary; Max May, corresponding secretary; Rose Cohen, social secretary; Charles Bushell, treasurer; Israel Teitch, auditor; Benjamin Kohl, chapter representative; and Moses Krieger, parliamentarian. PAGE 9B I. R. Goodman Group To Install Officers Installation of officers of the I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah will take place on Wednesday evening, October 14th, at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will install the officers and will be guest speaker for the evening. A hat fashion show will also be featured in conjunction with a skit prepared by members of the group called: Hadassah Millinery Modes. Madame Chapeau is sponsoring the show, according to Miss Lillian Goodman, president-elect. Honor Guard Picnic An Honor Guard picnic of the Norman Bruce Brown Post 174, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, will be held on Sunday, September 6th, 11:30 a.m., in Crandon Park at gate 3. Greater Miami'g Synagogue Directory Aaudjth larael— Itabbi Isaac Ever. Or_ Uio don, 6£J 78th St.. Miami Beach, ••th Davit Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mum^ v,, i ,, •• z "** 8 w 8r, hu "wlrrty, Or•hnrto*. 500 HW 17th Ave., Miami Both Jacob—Rabbi M<>ea Meachelorf onhojum, lul-Jll Wah. Ave., M.B. MM Sholom—Rabbi I^on Kronlub, Beth Tfllah— Rabbi Joaeph Rackov•ky Orthodox, s:, Kurlld Ave.. Miami Beach. Coral Oablea— Rahbl Morrla Skop, liberal, 320 Palermo Ave.. C. Gables Downtown Synagogue — Rabbi Aryah Becker, Orthodox. 135 NW 3rd Ave.. Miami. I Flagler-Oranada—Beverend I.eo Helm, I Conservative. 50 NW 51st Place. Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander '.roan. Orthodox. SIR Itb 8t.. M.B. Hialeah-Miami Springs — Rahbl Harrv Kttlnger, Conservative, k..l K. itb Ave.. Hlnleab. Israelite Center — Rabbi Morton Mnlaveky. Conservative, 3198 SW 24th Ter.. Miami. Kneaeth larael—Rabbi Abraham Caaael. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Miami Beach—Rabbi Irvine lehrman. Conaervatlve. 1701 Wash. Ave., MB. Miami Hebrew School—Rabbi Simon April, Orthodox, 1101 HW 12th Ave.. Miami. Monticello Park — Rabbi Boris RnckOTSky, Oonaervatrve, lmth street anil NK lllh Avenue. North Miami Beach. North Oade — Conservative. 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. way. North Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowltx. Conservative. 620 75th St., Miami Beach. Temple larael — l>r. Joseph Narot, Reform. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami. Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, Rahbl David Bhaplro, Conaervatlve, tOSO I'oilc St.. Hollywood Tifereth larael — Rabbi Louis Caaael, (500 N. Miami AVO., Miami. West Miami—Rabbi Allied Waxman, ConsiTvatlve, 5720 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel— Orthdox. 4001 Chaae Ave.. Miami Reach. Zamora — Rabbi Max M I.andman. Conaervatlve, 44 Zamora AM.. Cora] Qablag. S. .1. Freed man & M. lie pliu I I HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Art. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious Supplier For Synagogue* and Prlvata Use. Also tor Habraw Schoola. eneo IDID Telephone S-M17 Israel Certificates TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N.E. 19th STREET DR. JOSEPH I. NAIOT, rofcbi Dl. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rakbi Emerit ui JACOB 6. BORNSTEIN, Confer A if FORM CONGREGATION Cordially Inoitei You fa Became mHMated with their membership •aW en/ay in air conditioned comfort • High Holy Day Services • Heliaious Education for Children • Sabbath Servicei Every Friday • Temple Activities tUVATOK OftftATING Far Information Call During Week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Phone 9 1757 The Mombtrthip of Temp/e firaef is comprised of residents ef Httmrni Beach, Miami, Carol Gobies, Miami Shorts aaf Sooth Miami t!*mwi"W. ^MMMMMBBWH CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER Cordially lavifts You To Attend High Holy Day Services At Our Newly-Enlarged Temple NOW Am^ONDITIONED 320 PAIERMO AVENUE, CORAL CABLES Conducted by RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP SflSJ CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON Assiifed by THE CORAL 6ABLES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT For Information and Reservations, Please Call 484073 The Officars and Board Members of CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Announce that THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES will be held in the BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE DAVID WHITMAN HALL COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF will preach during the services in both buildings Star Israeli Cantor AARON WEINGARTEN A M 0 A T R A I N E D CHOIR will chant the services with the assistance of well known Baalei Teiilla The seating committee is at the synagogue daily (excepting on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to help you select and reserve your seats. Selichoss Saturday, September 5th, at Midnight L. 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PAGE 12 B +Je*JdJMMta FRIDAY, SEPTEM RPE y Sponge Manischewitz Cake Mix Highlights Holiday Traclilional golden sponge cake has long been synonymous with •celebration" in the Jewish home. It is literally the standard specialoccasion cake that seems to serve a* a signal for festivities. Now, with the new Manischewitz I Sponge Cake Mix available as a t regular daily item at grocers ev-1 erywhere. that "special occasion" can be any time the housewife chooses to serve this traditional delight—at parties, for the Sabbath, as a welcome special treat for the family and. of course, in its tra-1 ditional role at holiday time. In fact, baking with Mani SChewitZ Sponge Cuke Mix makes each occasion a special one in more „> than one. because this new pareve mix produces lighter, fluf fier, more delicious sponge cakes with effortless ease, in just a mat j ter of minutes from package to pan. The directions on the package Flagler-Granada Slates School Registration Registration for the coming According to Harold .school year for both the Hebrew and the Sunday School will be held at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center on two success sive Sundays, September 6th and September 13th, between the hours of 10 a.m. and noon. Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeurree Made to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. 5UNTvs 4 HOLIDAYS w im JACK & JILL CATERERS Z* N.W 7th St. Off Miami Ava. .luiu-man of the ikhool fcS Hebrew School will be ^JTS full time basis this^H the supervision of Revem, II Heim.StrumpfsaidtheS, 1 be scheduled on a single of a double session. % Nwrsery Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith leaders present copies of the 1953-54 School Calendar to W. R. Thomas, Dade County Superintendent of Public Instruction. Shown are (left to right) Gilbert J. Ealkin. director of the Florida ADL Office; Mrs. Molly Glazer, chairman of the ADL Council of Greater Miami; Superintendent Thomas; and Miss Joyce Zimmerman, Educational Service director of the Florida ADL Office. Members of the ADL Ccmmittees of the B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters here are presently visiting principals of all schools in Dade County to distribute the School Calendars which indicate the Holy Days, legal holidays and dates of religious and patriotic observance. Dromedary Dates Sweeten New Year One of the oldest observances of the High Holy Days celebration is the tradition of tasting something sweet at the start of the holiday meal to symbolize the wish for a sweet New Year In ancient times, the choicest j delicacy for this purpose was the! "fruit of kings." the luscious date.. prized for its natural sweetness and wholesome quality. This year, millions of American Jews will sweeten the New Year' with Dromedary Dates, more popular than ever as the traditional holiday sweetmeat and as a delightful meet treat throughout the year. Carefully selected from the world's finest date crops. Dromedary Dates are pasteurized by an exclusive Dromedary process to protect their purity and preserve their delicate flavor.—ST. "Wf tBVCAU NNT SOCCfSSfUl, fMAOOUS MVINC" Ki,.r,.rttn tUsaeatwry HW, $d. %  •ffetration Mew %  • % %  •. Accepted 1*53 1954 ^ m \ i P? COUEGE PREPARATORY and COMMERCIAL COURSES We Ceriialh fsnrrfe Veer fas.tecfJe* ef Omr School 1010 V--ST AVENUE, MIAMI REACH y Ph M AparevW Member: Private S cfc ealf d li s ri aw f is ef Dade Caaaty Sea or Phona Ma NAT GANS 3-4S16 — 4-0981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Int. Ca. •07 Blacayna Bidg 1* W. Flaglar St. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7700 are so simple, the quality so uniformly high, that now even a novce at the art of home-baking can bake like the experts, producing a :>erfeet sponge cake every time Cakes baked with Manischewitz Sponge Cake Mix are notable for %  .heir tender, resilient texture and wonderfully tempting taste. Just •o see one coming from the oven, high and firm and golden-brown, is .-.n exciting experience for even the most skilled housewife—and the family is likely to share in that excitement with its first ta>te of •his delightful sponge cake, with its delicate fragrance and flavor so reminiscent of old-time home baking at its finest—ST y\\ mi />/, There is no "overnight cure"| for constipation!. But there is a natural way to free yourself from harsh purges forever K<*\*< im/f/. Star Pastry Shop WISHES A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Under Rabbinical Supervision ALL CAKES, PASTRIES, CHALLIS FOR THE HOLIDAYS Please Place Your Order Early 1677 ALTON ROAD MIAMI. BEACH. 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An upset itomach, a small intestine containing little nourishment to feed the body, and a colon which often needs another purgative dose—and another— to prod it into renewed muscular action. It's no wonder sooner or later the vicious "laxative habit" takes hold. Before the victims realize it, their condition has progressed so far that even daily laxative or purgative dosing can no longer bring satisfactory, comfortable relief. OF COURSE, THIS NEED NEVER MAP UN. IF_ YOU'RE CONSTI"TEEAITTK OF LACK OF BULK IN YOUR DIET ^-AS IS USUALLY THE~CASE-THERE if A ~WAY TO AVOID DRUG-TYFE LAX ATIVES ALTOGETHER, AND PLACE TOURHTAIN DEPENDENCE 6M NATURE. Whole-wheat bran, you know, is .nature's "laxative food instead of a medicine." When properly processed and shredded, it yields smooth bulk that does naturally what drug-type laxatives do cktmically. YOU GET THE COMPLETE. WHOLE BRAN WITH NOTHING TAKEN AWAY TO LESSEN ITS EFFECTIVENESS IN~KELLOCCS ATTBRAN-THE NATURAL UXITl CEREAL. Kellogg's All-Bran is fine, soft consistency, thus it j bulk which neither scratches, if nor inflames the normal cok.| helps—as nature intended—Ml ply the proper consistency for| forced, normal elimination. THERE IS NO CHURNIl| NO STOMACH I'PSET. AFTER-EFFECT. KXCF.PT' FEELING OF SATISFACT AND FULFII.I.MF.NT WHJ COMES WITH NORMAL, URAL ELIMINATION. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRA* SAFE FOR THE NORMAL] GESTIVE TRACT. YOU DO NOT COW THt\ ASTER OF PROGRESSIVE CO* PATION WHEN rou ££I, OUNCE OF KELLOGG'S ALj DAILY, AND DRISK rjj wAtER. But. remember. Kellogg's' is not a "drug-type LsxsttSLJ delicious, ready-to-eat NATU laxative ttrtal. No "psrt-o cereal—in the amounts you r eat for breakfast-can give r benefits of All-Bran. No exaggerated or unsup claims are made for the laxsuwi %  ties of Kellogg's Al!-Bran. Tuej Kellogg's on the package. Iff of health throughout the 0" world, speaks for itself. Of course. Kellogg's All-B*] •'overnight cure" for consnW There is no such thing All-B^l be eaten regularly to obtain *| ural and lasting relief you arc %  — for. Eat Kelloff-s All-Bran ewrrt ing for 10 days. If y ure 'SJ ptetely satisfied, mail the emi ton to the Kellogg Company. Creek. Michigan-and gei your money back. I spent half my life looking for a cure for constipation. After 35 years I began eating Kellogg's All-Bran daily. I haven't been bothered with constipation since. am treet; Sagma Mrs. Margaret Tophar 300 W. Shephard Stree Saginaw 3, Michigan **£*%>* r *r, Satural laxatir* ctrtai



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IX SEPTEMBQ* 4.1953 *Je*l&abr*mr} Ses Nursery Opens Registration [Nursery and Kindergarten, sponUtf and operated by the Coral Lies Jewish Center Sisterhood, ill have registration for the Ift on September 8th and Kh„ ttween 10 a.m. and 12 noon, at I Palermo Avenue. [There are individual classes for each age level from three to five rears, six classes in at), according to an announcement here. Curriculum includes creative arts and crafts, musk, games, supervised play, field trips and also a Jewish orientation program centered around the holidays. Seven Lively Arts Friends of the aeven Lively Arts, JJth Street, and Ocean Court, will present its. second Friday .Film Forum tonight, at • p.m. with Robert Flaherty's documentary. Elephant Boy. A critical commentary will follow the showing, evaluating the work of the late director-producer. Admission is free. *abbi Je/onocfte Will Officiate At Flagier-Granada Flagler Granada Jewish community Center will bold Us High Holy Day services this year in its main auditorium, with special services being conducted for children in its newly acquired annex. Aabbi Leon L. Solonche, who was ordained at Yeshiva Eisenberg in PAGE 5 A 1937 and who has served as spiritual leader of many congregations in New York City before coming |o Miami, will officiate. Reverend Leo Helm, director of religious activities at the Center, will chant the services. They wiir both ft assisted by Eze Rubenstein. Also chanting the liturgy will be the Women's Choir composed of members of the Centre Glee Club. I I I I I I I M-.y EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR YOUR HIGH HOLIDAY CLEANING Kosher and Par ve FAB Now Twin-Power FAR cleans and whitens clothes as no other product can. It has unbeatable cleaning power — unbeatable whitening power, yet is milder to hands than even leading floating soaps.' Kosher and Par ve A JAX Cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast.. 7 thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down he drain I Kosher and Parve VEL Makes Dishes Shine Without Wash, ing or Wiping — Don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL. hi DISHES STOCKINGS LINGERIE WOOLENS So Kind to Hands! e l PRODUCTS OF COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET COMPANY C 4Tf *m



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PAGE 6 B 9-. hmis 9mw*MagL TODAY, Farm Committee To Strengthen Houses Of Worship NEW YORK—A National Advisory Committee of 81 Jewish leaders from all parts of the United States has been established in a major expansion of the program of th Synagogue Council of America, the only national organization repre senting all branches of American religious Jewry, Dr. Norman Salit. president, announced here. Among those accepting appointments to the new committee are Administrator Lewis Strauss of < New York, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission: Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, past president of the Centra! Conference of American Rabbi>. Dr Louis Finkelstein of New York. Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. The Synagogu-. said the function of the neu mittee will be to assist in development of a lor.g-ranse program "aimed at strengthening the primacy of the synagogue in all asof Jewi.-h life in the I'nited Invitations have been extended in a manner assuring rep.'.ation of both Rabbinical and lay leaders of American Orthodox. nd Reform Judaism ttee members have been en from 23 States and 38 cities. Dr Saiit reported. Further appo:ntments are scheduled until the • • member>hip of the committee reaches 100. Members from the Gn ater Miami area are Rab; sepr. Narot, M es Mescheloff and Irving Lehrman. YOU* VOTE APPRECIATED Henry E. Van Wie PUU LEVIR 37 A September 8th (IM PoliticalAdv.) ^*^^—v^—\^-—\^~V^-W,^ r'"V*^'" V" VV*>*'*>'' r<"^'"V"^'''V* V 'W He-Elect HENRY MILANDER Your Hialeah Mayor Pull Lever 3 A Business Man in Hialeah for a Quarter of a Century Veteran of World War I Charter Member Hialeah American legion Miami Junior Hadassah Slates September Affair F.^iine Wolf>'*V^-VV^' l 'Vv^ ) Vote For THOMAS E. KIM. 111 ALE %ii CITY roi \rn NO WILD PRE-ELECTION PROMISES PERFORMANCE IS WHAT COUNTS f MARRIED — RESIDENT FOR 7 YEARS — DEPENDABLE FOR EQUALIZATION OF TAXES CITY MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT NEW CHARTER PULL LEVER 22 A %  r out OTt AM SUPPORT APPRKMrfO" IA> -*=(I'd Political Adv.) RE-ELECT Earl L. SUTOR Yonr Hialeah f'ltv I oun. ilmaii FOR GOOD HONEST AND PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT \ 'LOOK AT THE RECORD City Charter Revision Storm Drainage off Streets Keep Taxes Low Promote Industrial Growth \ } } < } } } PULL LEVER 34 A £ L t C T EVELYN HARVEY TO THE HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL "let's off pull together for a clean sweep" Your VOTE ami SUPPORT Appreciated Pull Lever 20 A September 8th IM Political Adv.) >ArfWWrfV Elect PAUL t. BUTLER Your Hiolooh Councilman PULL LEVER 10A RESIDENT HIALEAH SINCE 1946 ACTIVE ENERGETIC — HARD WORKER FOR PROGRESS—ONE THING AT A TIME-DONE WELL Would Appreciate Your Vote September 8th (IM P J



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PAGE 10 B *-JewlsHhrkUan Old Bug War Still Continues Today Men, women and children have died bjcthe millions from diseases carried by insects. Even today, this %  lattlt; between man and insect continues, and while mankind is gradually gaining mastery over his tiny enemy, much remains to be done in the Miami community, as well as throughout the country and the world. Insects carry and transmit disease in many varied and complex ways. The mere attack upon a human by some insects, while no actual transfer of germs takes place, may produce a disease or harmful condition. The fly, and other insects that leed on filth and then deposit germ-laden contaminants on food, i> a mechanical carrier of disease serms. The common fly is perhaps responsible for more human illness and death than any other group of insects. In fact, the fly may rank with the world's top killers of man. The household roach and the mos-luito are also known carriers of disease organisms. The story of man's battle with the mosquito, transmitter of malaria, is well known. In this type of -erm transmission, the germ is picked up in the bloodstream of the insect, breeds and multiplies within the insect and then is passed along to man. This is known as ob'igatory or cyclic because the disease organism is dependent upon the insect for continued natural transmission. Man can take hope, however, in the fact that science has made and will continue to make contributions .'. hich will benefit him in this age • sa struggle with the insect DDT the World War II discovery, was 'nought to be the final answer to man's battle of the bugs. However, -ome species of insects soon de | %  '.'loped an immunity to DDT. and I he search for a belter insecticide j Degan all over again. Today, (lor • %  lane and I'yrethrius are the best billing agents yet approved for home use. Persistent laboratory re f arch has not shown any tendency I "i any bugs to become immune to i these two killing agents. Choradane j ifour to five times more powerful i than DDT and not only Kills bugs by contact, vapor action and Inges tion; it leaves a transparent film on the surfaces which is effective for several weeks in killing bugs which touch it. Pyrethrius. when used in an insecticide, gives quicker knock-down because it paralyzes insects on contact. Authorities point out, however, that each individual must make his contribution in this battle. Proper -anitation must be maintained to eliminate breeding and hiding places. School For Children On North Miami Beach Begler Opens Mrs. Jack Begler. former supervisor otithe Beach Branch of the Grater Miami Jewish Community Center, announces the opening of the Begler School for Children in North Miami Beach Mrs. Begler was connected for several years with the Center movement in Greater Miami, serv ing in the Town Branch as program director for children and golden age groups. She later assumed responsibility for directing the Greater Miami camps and then became supervisor of the Beach Branch. Besides the graduate teachers who are receiving special training for work in the new school. Mrs. Begler said there will be a dietitian and physician attached to the staff Physical examinations are given on entering to all pupils, and weekly visits are made by the physician. The school is housed in a newbuilding. All furniture, equipment and decorations have been scaled for children from three to six years of age. An unusual feature of the Beg ler School will be that the parents, as well as the children, will enroll as pupils. Parent classes will be held in the evenings, according to Mrs. Begler Faculty for the classes will come from various edu cational. health and social agencies in Greater Miami. FRIDAY, SEPTEM BnT Beth Jacob Committee A Seating-Committee for the reservation of High Holy Day seats was announced this week by the Beth Jacob Congregation. Chairman is Morris B. F by Max Feit. Sa mi 2' Nathan Ginsburg, Aaro n £j Benjamin Fox, M a | vin V* and Max Mechlowitz s HI I Mrs. Jock Begler Heart Association Fund Raisers Meet In Orlando A conference of the Fund Raising Committee of the Florida Heart Association was held in Orlando August 29th. The meeting was called bj Dr. H. Milton Rogers, ol St. Petersburg, who i> state chairman Clarence M. Gay. of Orlando, state controller, was chairman of the committee Representing the Miami area was Dr. Milton Sashiw, president of the Miami Heart Association. Purpose of the meeting was to discuss and finalize state policies in the matter of fund raising for the Heart Association. Cerner To Render Holiday Service At Agudath Israel Cantor Elisha Cerner has been engaged as cantor to render the High Holy Day services at the Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Cantor Cerner officiated in the largest communities in Europe and America. He was cantor and musical director in Berlin. Prague and Chicago. Max Mendelson will perform the morning services during the High Holy Days. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will preach and officiate. MPPCHASEfc rwi CTOfT onrii PREVENTS MOLD — MILDEW MUSTY ODORS — RUST Needs Mo Attention — 01 Approval $10.00 PROTECTION FOR ONIY $6.95 Single Installation FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING DEPT. AND HARDWARE STORES For Information: CALL 3-8249 HARRY H. WAYNER Distributor CAUl^ CHIIJff>'# Miami Office: 153 N.E. 29th St. Phone 82-4731 So fresh Allen Westin To Speak Allen Westin will be guest -peaker of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, at the weekly lunchcon meeting to be held on Tuesday, September 8th. 12:15 p.m., at the Mei Yin Restaurant, according to Gilbert J. Balkin. president. Westin will speak on: Answering Congressional Investigating Committees. An article by him on this 'object appeared in a recent issue oi Commentary Magazine. Gershon S. Miller is luncheon chairman. 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PAGE 4 A Jewish ncrkSar on of Enolish-Jewieh Newspapers, Florida Press Aaaociation. j !Ot1 i — F riday. September 4, 13oJ FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor an d Publisher Volume 2 7 Number 38 The Jewish floridian Joe, not f"". !" "^^", K ***'* ruth ol the merchand iae adraruaed In IU WITOni.._, SS.00 S U B S C RIP T One Year .S3.00 ON RATE! Two Yeare LEO MINDLIN N ews Editor Elul 24. 5713 Rabbi Miller's Reelection and the ZOA Rabbi Irving Miller was reelected to a second term as president of the Zionist Organization of America during the ZOA's 56th annual cc-vention held in New York City. His reelection speaks well for the Rabbi's vigorous lecdership. Upon his assumption of office last year, Rabbi Miller spoke out unflinchingly with regard to :he ZOA's future. Mincing no words, he stated mat the organization was in the midst of a profound change which apparently paralyzed its effort in behalf of the Zionist cause. In order to assume a position of leadership once accin, Rabbi Miller called for the expression of a -ew credo. As we see it, this credo aimed at defining the ZOA's purpose in a world that had already seen the establishment of the State of Israel. His coining of the phrase, "spiritual identification," was geared toward elaborating upon the relationship between American Jewry and the infant republic. Thus, Rabbi Miller immediately sought to remove from the ZOA the pcralysis that muddled its function since 1948. We recall the Rabbi's subsequent trip to Israel and his conferences with Prime Minister Dcvid Ben-Gurion during which he carefully laid out the Zionist Organization of America's future programs; we recall, as well, the vigor and forthrightness of purpose with which he met Israeli attempts to incorporate the ZOA into a larger Zionist scheme that served to minimize the organization's earlier contributicr.s toward the establishment of the Jewish ste'e and that made light of the concept of spiritual identification. Rabbi Miller's battle to clarify the significance of this identification has already produced noteworthy results on the American Jewish scene. While still in the midst of a profcund philosophical change, the ZOA is perTlie f HI it i ;IM I In lions 7 he September 6th elections in West Gerrr.cr.y will warrant careful consideration by the free world. Most important is the campaign of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and his Christian Democratic Party. As leader of the German coalition government, he has been a significant factor in the cooperation his country he? extended to the Western Powers and the encrt aimed at building a defensive bulwark against the inroads of Communist expansion on the continent. Ecstern Powers, under the aegis of the USSR. are currently trying to discredit Adenauer and his party. They have called him everything m the propagandist's primer from a "warmonger" to the "tool of imperialist America." As we see it, the degree of success or failure of his campaign will measure Germany's desire tc be identified with the democratization process and with the Western-sponsored long rcr.ee program of remilitarization. Not to be forgotten are the equally significant campaigns for seats in the Bundestag, the Lower House of Bonn's Parliament. Eleven parties will appear on the ballot, and many of the candidates running for office have shown open Nazi affiliation. It seems to us that the Germans have done a good job of rejecting a number of these candidates, including their listing on the ballot, but many of them will rernain for the election on Sunday. Without a doubt, Bavaria, Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony, among the nine states composinq West Germany, have been the most active areas for pro-Nazi movements. Werner Naumann, a former Goebbels aide was scheduled to run in Lower Saxony but he hot been stricken from the ballot on a last minute "technicality." What will happen to Sr; r T? r f" Naz P !" 1 68 like ,he Nationalist Rally, BHD Refugee and the All-German People's Parties remains to be seen. Should their spokesmen capture a significant number of seats in the Bundestag, it will be a prelude to the day wr.en German cooperation with the West on democratic terms is nigh on over. ceptibly beginning to shake itself loose from the lack of assurance that seized its leadership after the UN partition of Palestine. Following his reelection, Rabbi Miller this week once again affirmed his faith in the Zionist Organization and in his new credo of spiritual identification. There is nothing ambiguous about our political allegiance to the United States and our concept of Jewish life, he said, and we must have no intention of "explaining" ourselves. This was by way of squelching less vigorous voices that see the possibility of political duality in identification with Israel. As well, the Rabbi called upon our government to make a firm stand with regard to current pivotal issues — among them the US attitude toward the Arab Leaque, internationalization of Jerusalem and Mutual Security Aid. Thus, Rabbi Miller begins his second term as president of the Zionist Organization of America with the same forthriqhtness that marked his election to office last year. A New Crisis It seems that the Israel coalition government is once again weathering rough seas. The effort on the part of the Israeli leadership to conscript orthodox women for service has reached a new snag. Recognizing the need for girls in public, non-military duties, the Parliament recently framed the Women's National Service Act which was brought to a vote only after a "package deal" had been worked out giving the Rabbinate complete control over marriage and divorce in the Jewish state. Now, it turns out that extreme orthodox elements want no part of the deal. They call the conscription of women "immoral and indecent," and Acting Prime Minister Moshe Sharett has had a difficult time of balancing the divergent opinions voiced by the Agudah Labor, Agudath, Herut and Mapam Parties. Warning that the controversy may precipitate the fall of the present coalition, Mr. Sharett urged the passage of the Service Act He condemned the fact that groups fighting the bill had taken their battle to other Jewish communities, holding demonstrations, particularly, in New York City before the Israel Consulate! As we see it. this latest difficulty comes at a most inopportune time and can have nothing but negative consequences on many issues relating to the Jewish state. It would be well for all parties involved to bring the controversy to a conclusion before Israel's enemies capitalize on it in the current propagandistic war. HttPAY, During The Week •. A i s-3t BrLEOiCHDLlK '< I*; THERE IS AN OLD YIDDISH PROVERB which fred, reads: "The pig always exhibits his kosher foot." This acaui ing when it is understood that one of the marks of a koshJT' is a split hoof. Thus the pig, in his desire not to be sepvIL? the community, calls attention to his only acceptable char The wisdom of the proverb lies in the fact that it recognizes w in the wholeness of things rather than in its parts. A recent incident in Washington illustrates this proveri Dr. Louis Harap. managing editor of Jewish Life, was subpoe* appear before the un-American Committee. Like many intefu?' who have bridled against the infringement on their constitution!! to privacy in matters of political thought or affiliation, Dr i remained silent by invoking the First and Fifth Amendment he went a step further. He said to the un-American Commitu, June 29th: "My refusal to answer is also based on the fact that as a have the obligation not to cooperate with this committee becaiuTJ committee is tending to bring this country into the same cood as those under which 6.000,000 Jews were murdered." Now. I have no notion about defending Representative Velde'i methods or his committee. This business of investie people was at first whimsical and humorous. But so were the 1 Reich Fuehrer's early antics. It has come to the point where] picion runs rife and where men fear to speak and write as they But I have also no notion about defending Dr. Harap. The! vidual characteristic of his remarks to the un-American Coma rang true for the honest-minded person. Yet, in its totality, his L was utterly unworthy and dangerous. Dr. Harap, in his central i tion as a witness, identified himself with the American Jewish L munity in the hope of saving himself from further interrogation parently, his "kosher foot" did not help him. LhWKJ>MmU HB DAY WITH NO REGIMENTATION REPRESENTATIVE KIT CLARDY ASKED THE EDITOR: "Dal shrink with the same horror from what the Soviet Union is doiaj] the Jews?" Dr. Harap thereupon took the opportunity of embellia; the sudden switch in Russian foreign policy that appeared on the M national scene early this summer and just about three months sal the death of Josef Stalin. He said that bigotry would not be tolersktl there and that the arrest and punishment of those who forotaaj anti-Semitism in the Moscow doctors' case was proof of his poiat Without a doubt. Dr. Harap thus marked himself, as well tt I political position. His defensive measure, which obscured Coma inclination with Jewish identification, did much harm to Aa Jewry, at large. In this regard, the anti-Defamation League of I B'rith subsequently joined forces with the American Jewish Coa and the Jewish War Veterans of the United States to set the un-A can Committee straight on the matter of taking testimony fros] who are suspected of Communist affiliation. Herman Edelsberg, of the ADL. Marcus Cohn. of the AJC,aJ| Ben Welter, of the JWV, met with Representative Wide to poiati that Dr. Harap spoke for no Jewish organization or Jewish group I that, by placing credence in his remarks, false inferences mujatl drawn that are inapplicable so far as American Jewry is cono I am not aware of the fact that the three representatives analywfl Harap's initial remark at the investigation; but it most certainly sal have been. Someone might have pointed out that Jews decideflfi not "have the obligation not to cooperate," and that Dr Harap'il ality was intellectually dishonest and dangerous. Now it turns out that the editorial staff of Jewish Life at disturbed, and it has just finished issuing a firm repudiation "fL— organizations. In an Open Letter dated August 25th the editorsaM the opportunity of attacking McCarthy, Jenner and Velde behindp banner of such illustrious Jewish names as Dr. Ira Eisenstein, Hi B. Ehrmann and Frank Rosenblum, a labor leader Quoting u>"'J remarks concerning the investigators, the editors, like Dr Hant fore the un-American Committee, seek to make their stand "ko^ • • • THEIR ATTACK AGAINST THE ADL, AJC and JWV is basedjj a letter, reputedly not for publication, uncovered in the ADL's The letter elaborates on the meeting of the three men with H sentative Velde and enumerates the suggestions given to the iw gators regarding the methods to be employed in calling a Jewish ness before the committee. The editors state: "People misinformed or misled about the *l ation of Soviet Jews may differ with Dr. Harap's statement oni"] matter. But there can be little dispute with his warning about t" danger to the Jews from the Velde Committee and McCarthyissii general." This is identical with Dr. Harap's reply to Represent* ('lardy on June 29th. Both betray their political colors beyosM doubt. The editors' indulgent attitude toward those who "may d !" is downright amusing, especially when they explain that "Dr. !" was only spelling out the implications for the Jewish people Mel arthyism. Recalling the ADL letter, the editors finally indicate that l| three organizations have offered "to serve the reactionary purposes the committee, to inform on other Jews — in short, to ^ m l7 rim ." what must be clearly understood is that the Jewish peoF as such, need no "spelling out." It is the American people, a %  and of which the Jews are a part, that needs enlightenment in £1 regard The editors' employment of the concept of the informer' her hand completely; the problem of informing is a major I the police state and one to which people in a democratic **'*!£! hardly sensitive. Their use of the Hebrew word for ">'" rmer 1 1 SI ed to make the American Jew an isolated in group, one which m u fer most from the Fascism whose oncoming here they predict %  this in-group attitude they ek to generate, these editor* and loiiowers hope to lose an obvious political identity. Wi .. n ** ****** tn eventuality that the ADL, AJC and JWV ~ Within the limits of protocol, they sought to prevent further a in which Judalam is used aa a mask for intrigue. Add. bj' • ,, h "n*red home the fact that HcCsrthyism is a threat w ^L thmking people, that Fascism is a dmUeo* to.democracy % 


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Miss Schulman Weds Alan B. Kcsslcr The former Mitt Esther Schulman and Alan B. Keller were married in the Sherry Frontenac Hotel en August 23rd. with Rabbi Lehrman officiating The couple are now honeymooning in .Mexico City and Acapulco. The bride i> the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edward Schulman. 2720 S\V 14th Street. Mr Kessler is the son cf Mrs. Thelma Kessler. 1350 SW 25th Avenue. 1 of honor was the brideostar, Miss More* Loa -r Bridesmaidwere the Carol Schwarti and Phylis -tern %  r.an Schulman. the brides er. was be>t man. Acting as u>ber* were Morris Danzig. Henry -!. Raymond Seftell and Mar-r.berg. Flower girts were Fl -er.ee and Suian Eisenstad newlyireds will be at home f SW 6th Street, after Seprr ?th Shapiros Leave For IOne-Month Trip Tw.> conventions and a family %  v isit are on the agenda for Mayor 1 and Mrs Harold Shapiro, of Miami j ,B^fh. who left Wednesday far a, month long trip The Shapiro will make their first stop in Chicago, where the Mayor will attend the Jewi>h War Veterans Convention as commander of Miami Beach Post 330 On September 7th. they will visit the Mayor's mother and longtime friends in his former home. Milwaukee Last stop on the trip will be Montreal and the opening session of a CS-Canada Conference of Mayors slated for September 20th. Mayor Shapiro expect* to meet Beach Councilmen Harold Spaet. Harold Turk and D Lee Powell at the Mayor's meeting. PAGE 6 A *Je*istofkx1cMan FRIDAY, SEPT < 1353 *rt. Aim I. lessfcr Gcrri Prison Chooses Chant illy I^ace, Tulle Over Satin For Sunday Rites aft and Mrs Albert Frisch. of SW 30th Avenue. Miami, anr.c-rre the marriage of their di. £ w rer. Geraldine Gerri to Paul -V OMB Tobin at the Lincoln Maanr on August 23rd Rab: Shaj ro officiated. bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Samuel StC ride wore ch. -rj ice bodice "' %  ke trimmed chip*; train of lacI '.i -adpiece set -eed pear as. She ear? i %  --..-. I bocor %  raffeta .ng headpiece B r fitted a ^ Fnch the brides r.ephew m She nngbearer !" tell Shockett ,chthe coubnd *' 5 hrother: Donald Steiri. the the bride from Cincinnati, bridegroom s broth-r: Lester arole Mon^rt-ere r reenberg: and Marvin Amnovitz Their sea^hell green gowns Following a wedding trip to New •%  •' the ir.aid of honVorte. the newl>wed< will re*ide at P:r.k carnations, augmented 2 !" SW 4th Street •-'•- Miss Robinson Weds m marriage by her father and attended by Mrs Irving Sptc tor. sister of the bridegroom Inin. G'assman. the bride's brother. *i-.est man. 7 V > Scout Troop "' •2r£* l --ICIHOn\ were n Chicago". No e Lufkin. Texas was the scetle of Hote. : th Rabbi Louis Hli r llr action wa< un tht marriage of Miss Beverly Sue N Levy, of the Weal Roger* Park der Mr Grfory TM Rosenkranz. ob "> s >n and Lawrence Landy on Congregation, officiating. Kiddusb will follow the cere Sunda > Th *y were wed in the IV bridis the daughter of Mr ""** nwB ***** attending wiU Aa ,iM Hotel *•> Rabbi Harvey and ?.!rs. A H. Gla.wman. 1534 Eu** Mrs K*" 1 1 **the Bar Mitz* f> officiating. did Avenue. Miami Beach She was' vah s grandmother Max Katz and bnd ,s the d u 8 h t*' of Mr and Mrs Sam Robinson, of Lufkin Mr Landy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Landy. 1436 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Given in marriage by her father. newly wed Mrs. Landy wore a gown of lace and tulle over net. The fitted bodice featured glints of crystal and pearl beading and off-thesboulder heart-shaped neckline The skirt had side panniers and ended in a court train The bride > illusion veil fell from a pear! and rhinestone crown She earned a white Bible with %  • hite orchid Matron of honor was Mrs Lawrence Block The Misses Florence Abram. Joan Robinson and Threse Landa were bridesmaids. They wore ballerina length gowns of aqua silk and net and carried yellow roses. Sheldon Aberman. Miami Beach, was best man Cshers included Lawrejice PearlmuUer and Arnold Straus, also of Miami Beach. A reception followed the cereony at the Angelina. After a honeymoon in West Texas, the newlyweds will reside in Miami. A candlelight ceremony united Miss Nancy Louise Russack and Mr. Alan R. Lorber on Thursday evening. August 27th. in Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel. Dr. Joseph R. Narot officiated. Miss Frances Tarboux, pianist, and Miss Flora Previn, soloisst. provided nuptial music. The bride, daughter of Mr. and MrMorton Russack. 3300 Chase Avenue. Miami Beach, was given in marriage by her father. Her gown was fashioned of nylon tulle over satin with a short train and an allusion neckline. A heart shaped rosepoint lace cap held the floor-length rose-point lace veil, a family heirloom. She carried her mother's wedding handkerchief of rose-point lace made in Island. Her bouquet was an old-fashioned nose-gay of white roses and stephanotis. Mrs. Robert L. Kaplan, the bride's only attendant, wore a waltz-length gown of pink nylon tulle over taffeta and carried an old-fashioned nose-gay of pink rose buds and carnations. Mr. Lorber. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving C. Lorber, chose his brother, Jerry', of Chicago, for his best man. Ushers included Morton Goudiss, Norman Dubin. cousin of the groom, Alan Kornblum and Barm" Rothenberg. A reception in lupIan Hall followed the ceremony. Miss Joy Berrick kept the bride's | book. Out-of-town guests included that I bride's grandmother, Mrs. E. H.I Rosenwald. Beverll Hills, Cat | fornia. and the bride's aunt, Mai E. O. Chimene. Forest Hills, Loaf] Island. New York. For her wedding trip to HaMLl the Virgin Islands, and San Juan, j Puerto Rico, the bride wore al black and white print dress withal black raw silk jacket Her hat wnj I coral felt. After September 15th. the rl I pie will reside at 924 Marseille!] I Drive. Normandy Isle, 1 Beach. LEGAL NOTICE l'ionHT Women Honor Mrs. Katz Women. Club No 2 *..] dinner party on S ninf, September 6th. 6 p.m at the Trocadero Restaurant in honor of Mr and Mrs. Isaac Katz ftfln Katz is Child Rescue Fund airman of the organization U charge of arrangementire the Mesdames Ida Powell Manva v and Esther Shedroff Mr* ;m Malmuth is chairman of the evening. %  G cblm rnoi B'rfth Meeting Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai B'rith will meet on Tuesday evening. September 15th. 8 p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. NOTICE V PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OT FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1M4 AI.Ki: M.\CK. Plaintiff, •a LOl'18 MACK, Daf^nrtant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tu LOUIS MACK LOOia MACK. r.. haawby notified thai a Bill .rf Cmi'laint f..r ntvore* haa b**n filed .,int v..n. .1 .!!- %  minimi tO rv ft MM AMWr ... I'lmilinR to Ihr Hill of Complaint on the iilatnlifr a Attornr>. BBN i:ssi\. .j Rrybold Fluildinic. Miami. Florida. nd fll.th* • •ilainal Anauri or I'lMdlnit In la.' Ih, Clnk of thf Clr.-ull Court • >ri or hrforr th ztth dav ,.f i M-tobpr % %  fall t.. do an, Jutemcnt !•• 'lefualt will be taarn -CUIIIM V.,U f';r th rnnr In BaalBMa undar Ihr flrtitloua nama of [HK 8HORK HtlTEU al ISM Collln* i !" • Miami Bvark. Inlrn to rrclntrr "ain Mmr with tha Clrrk of thr ilr"^IVJ?? of lHdr '•"Univ. Florida. i'T; 'VV* ALU ^"T ZIXKKKMAN -.*-il-li.z5 Locke Bar Mitzvah Maurv Locke, son of Mr. aalj Mrs. S. William Locke. 407 Alt>] Mr, Corel Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah during the Saturday morfj ing services at Zamora Jewish CM-1 ter. Rabbi Max M. Landman wiBj officiate. UOAL MOTICK IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0U£ IN AND FOR DADE C0UN">i FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. JW-"I In Ka: tSTATK OK CHARLOTTE K. ""'^"Vj,.^^ NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Oadilora and All lrawna aaaw a ins ChUma or Demands Again J-| Tou. ami aach of you. r b*r| noUnl and required "V P !" "'?, u SI clalrna and damanda whi.h >"'. M | rlthar of >ou. ma) h %  '• % % %  •'" ',*' u rj| a.tata of CHARIXITTK K H' .;" d^.-ea^d Ute of Fanf" '''.^""Sa-l Htaia of Connrcil.ut. t" l ", u| of l>ada County, and Hla lha hia o/flcf In th County < o in !>. Counly. Florida th"i gjI -l-nar rnonlhfrom tl><<*'' '^ iB ,l flrat iMibltcatlon baraof. >u ^.1 or daananda to oontain ""• cTVwaj drraa of tha claimant anil l to and ptwaaartaa as %  foreaala. • will h* barred. ., WII.I.I AM KKV.AKI' J> AAn.lllara AdrnlntaOTX' CMARXOTTE r*. 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JAY. SEPTEMBER*. 1953. Personally Speaking *JmistJk>rJdUajn PAGE 7 1 Mr and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt ,i daughter. Barbara, of 421 SW Bh Road, Miami, have returned jm a five-week vacation during Aich (hey visited their son, Jeffm at camp in the Pocono Mounts and spent some time in [aine. Vr -ir ld have ju-t returned from an neetion tour of hotels in Jaaica. They visited Kingston, vrer Isle and Montego Bay bach. ft ft ft [Pansy Flaum is off to the Florls' Telegraph Delivery Associaton Convention at the Shamrock ptel in Houston. Texas. From (ere, she will make a one-month ur through Mexico. I ^ iMrs. Frances Rubin, of the Shore lub Hotel, left for Scarsdale, New fcrk, to visit her children. From lere, she will travel to Springfield, Massachusetts, for -a brief stay with her sister and family. Mrs. Rubin plans to return here alter the holidays. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Pushkoff. of 1550 SW 16th Avenue, have returned to Miami alter spending several months in Ferndale, New York. ft ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, of 3350 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach, have returned from a twomonth trip abroad. They visited England, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy and France. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS W EMPLOYMENT SERVICE %  7 N. E. 5th street Phont t-MOl AL MEIDENBERb, Owner Zionist Youth Group Opens For Season The Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission has reopened its office for the coming season, announced Harry J. Sonz, chairman of the commission, which is the joint youth agency of Hadassah and the Zionist Organization of America. The Youth Commission sponsors locally Young Judaea groups, Junior Hadassah and IZFA. Jewish boys and girls between the ages of 8 to seventeen are eligible for membership in Young Judaea clubs in Greater Miami. The Youth Commission is also looking for qualified Youth leaders to work with these groups, Sonz said. Frank S. Sulkin Passes Frank S. Sulkin, age 87, formerly of 3608 SW 25th Street, Miami, passed away on September 2nd. A resident here for eight years, he came from Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Sulkin was a house painter, a member of the Miami Zionist District and was a member of King Solomon Lodge, Knights of Pythias of Boston for forty-eight years. He is survived by his wife, Celia; five sons, Leo and George, of Boston, Simon, of Dallas, Texas, Sidney, of Betheseda, Maryland, and Norman, of Memphis, Tennessee; also ten grandchildren. Services were held at Gordon's Miami Chapel, 11 a.m., Thursday. Remains will be sent to Boston for services and interment. SonnUf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings HutTets %  Bar Mitzvahs Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 or 84-2078 (Evening.) Under Complete Supervijion 0/ Greater Miami Vaad Hd^dihruth YOU WILL FIND THr; MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of i BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMi BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE g KM prime's A ,. S^SA^U ^UW the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS off. Miuj • Ft I mrtwrtato • Woal Palm Booch Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman have returned to their home at 3555 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach, after two months spent in New York with their children. During that time, Mr. Werman underwent an operation at the Albany Hospital in Albany, New York. SPEND THE HIGH HOLIDAYS h Alt CONDITION !" a — COMPORT AT ''WWWWW^/*WW^/*WW" ''WWW r*W antiques —. dinner ware — gilts — lamps SALLY WELLINS MARY GOLDBERG unciana 3 days & 2 nites 500 ~" ALL FOR PI MOU %  • %  Ma tteiMiir On The Ocean at 16th St. Within Walking Diatance of Templet and Synagogues I 4 I K. PHONE 5-0011 PKOUDLY ANHOUNCt TUB OPENING Of THE Marsal Gift Shop 2377 Coral Way Organ. z a f i o n leaders lei HI htlp you rait* funds thru Mr famous $6.50 Club Plan •f M cosf fa you. fur information Call: > 48-4616 48-4888 *>/'*V*V ^*' > V ^*' ,, V ,, V>*>e'" V*V*V W' r^^-V FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS It's the one gefilte fish with that homemade taste and quality you remember from the good old days ... the kind of gefilte fish ; ou've longed to enjoy again! 'ry it —and see for yourself how gefilte fish ihouli taste! MANISCHEWITZ GEFILTE FISH .*% %  .— %  %  .. %  .-. ~ -t^ THIS SYMML IS YMIR ASSURANCE Of STRICTEST KAMRUTH AW FWEST tAIAUTU foundation for smartness YOUR 6M BRA You look your loveliest feel your loveliest wearing one of these luxurious Bali Bras, smoothly molding your figure to sheer glamour magic! The Bali Bra with band-easy support. $000 9900 Cotton, B cup, 32 to 38 m m Nylon, %  cup, 32 to 38 W Cotton, C cup, 32 to 40 M Nylon, C cup, 32 to 40 .... $300 Nylon, D cup, 32 to 42 < %  43 W. Flatfler Dial 3-331 ft 13.1 llr. Mllr. T. C. Dial S..'IRH2 U S.K. Flral St. Ilia I :i-lwH •33* N.K. Sad Ave. Dial -7 11 1 a



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PAGE 2 A Jen iitncrktian HllDAY, SEPTEMHP. %  ZOA Holds Annual Meet In New York Continued from Page 1 A by penetrating avenues of influence closed to us by religious or' September 8th. social barriers, by operating undisturbed among the grass roots of American life—as to accelerate the burgeoning of prejudice and passion as to cause precipitate change of policy. Hialeah Mayoralty, Councilman Race Set For Tuesday Election for the two-year-terra of office as mayor and councilman in Hialeah will be held on Tuesday. Registration Opens At Beach Center The Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center is now registering children for the coming scnoot year in its Hebrew deIncumbent Henry Milander I partmen t, Sunday School and Nursheads a field of three other candi-' ery. announced Ben Zion Ginsburg. dates and ;U seek to succeed himchairman of the Religious School. "Our Religious School has been planned carefully to meet the three to five years of age participate in traditional prayers and songs. Transportation to and from the Center is provided. self in the Tuesday race for the Hialeah mayor post. Others runneeds of students at all age and • The propaganda which failed of ning are Harry Pop"' Jenkins. Ab| learning levels. In addition to an its purpose this year will rally elardo (AD Lopez. Jr. and Joel again for another trial of strength Pierce. at the first opportunity. We must! Thirty two candidates have qualbe prepared for it and rally all ified for the councilmanic contest our friends and the instruments of to fill seven vacancies. High man public opinion that are friendly to' will become president of the counus in order to react promptly, in' cil. Candidates include: telligently and tactfully to their 1 Vernon J. Ashley, C. E. "Charcarefully made plans to impair lie" Brady. Paul Butler. Ed Campstatus of the State of Israel in the bell. Fred Campiglia. A. H. (Whitsight of American public opinion ;-.nd through it radically to influence government." Urges Clarification In his keynote address, which touched on all phases of the Israel and Zionist situation. Rabbi Miller called on the United States irovernment to clarify its position en the status of Jerusalem "as quickly as possible" in order not to give "an impression that the .Arab States are able to extort from Washington statements which are ;-.t variance with our country's policy, and thereby confuse the situation" He ititmd that Jerusal'.he capital of Israel xtricably linked with Jewish .--. T V Jewish tradition and the •:.:. n TV I.I IVVII.S mmoiATt mtvtsioti SIKVKI NIGHTS. SUNDAYS HOLIDAYS S3 for Ceil Pfcaa* crrr-wiDE TV 13-mi ey) Caswell. Bill Cole. E. V. Davis. Byrd V. Duke. Ed Frey. H. A. iHank) Frasch. Mrs. Tello Griffith. Mrs. Evelyn Harvey. John D. Jones. Thomas King. Paul E. Kroeger. Bill Lockward Charles A. Martin. John Miller. George Neff. John Post. Ed Ridolph. Paul Rindom. Celo Rubiera. Jack D (Smittyi Schmidt. Jim Hosea Smith. Earl L Sutor. "TallyHo" Ralph Talley. M. E. (Milt) Thompson. Henry E. Van Wit, Charles A Whiteacre and Roy Woodruff. excellent knowledge of the Hebrewlanguage and traditions, the staff is expertly trained in the best methods of capturing the interest of the child and making the Hebrew School and Sunday School a pleasurable and worthwhile experience to which the child looks forward eagerly." Ginsburg said. The Hebrew School students attend three times weekly. Classes include training in Jewish history' and holiday customs, as well as instruction in the Hebrew language. The increased enrollment of girls in this department continues a trend begun last year, according to Ginsburg. Children in the second grade or above are eligible to enroll. Transportation is provided for pupils attending Biscayne. Nautilus and North Beach Elementary' Schools. The Miami Beach Jewish Center Hebrew High School, under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Beth David Holy Day Program Education, will begin its registraRabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor lion shortly after Rosh Hashonah, Maurice Mamches will participate jt was announced this week. The in a High Holy Day program, H| S n School is open to students scheduled for Sunday morning, i 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-S419 Entrance on Washington Are. OCULISTS PrescriptioiM FUlod Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Styles DAY WORKERS ** • $e eaO.: Colored %  %  ••_->* jg Time in Men* H %  >Hllel...r. r w ^J. 1*7 N FOR SALE $1,675 for $1,500 10% — Three Yean Phone 9-7876 ARTHUR WILDE'S — v si>>] RESTAURANT COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED — %  %  or DINEJVS cum September 6th. 11:30 a.m.. over television station WTVJ. Also appearing will be the Beth David Choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. It was announced here that the program will also be slated for Sunday. 1:45 p.m.. over radio station WIOD. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH amm usi warn roa A HAM AND HMnHH NEW HAM, 1. And Advises the Public: A. To bey kosher products only In places where the communal sign of endorsement is exposed, B. Te bey poultry only where the commenal ring of endorsement T\ 1 B 3 '* attached te it; C. To accept "Heady for Per, salted chickens enly where they ore so identified by a special toe en the pl.mba of the chickens; and 2. Informs the Public: thet words in Hebrew tech at "Frishe Heisth," "Baser," etc., ore not proof that the store sells hasher products; and, a 6peinted star or such words as "kosher" ar "strictly hasher" is not a guarantee that the product is kosher unless an authority ea the sublet of Kashreth identifies it as kosher; and 3. Warns the Peblic: that words such as "hosher-ityle," "traditional Friday niaht LTSd m29A2"*£ a 4 ,h U,e of 'JIWII star ore misleading the public and are therefore a breach of the law ef the cities' ordinances. For Any Other Information Regarding Kashreth, Call Our Director: RABBI JOSEPH I. BACKOVSKY at 5-359S Harry Sirkin, Pros. M. Seetin, See'*. $ t-hel tmm who have graduated from a Hebrew school in the Miami Beach area. There is no tuition fee for the Hfejh School which includes first and second year courses. Sunday School is open to all children from Kindergarten through ninth grade. Classes are held on Sunday from 930 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.. for those in Kindergarten through the 6th grade. For those in the 7th grade and up. classes meet on Tuesday afternoons and Saturday mornings. The Sunday High School meets every Sunday morning and is open to tenth and eleventh graders. The curriculum includes the makeup of the Jewish community, its various organizations and their functions 4' and the disccussion of Jewish prob lems of importance to their age group. nder the direction of Mrs. Norman Glover, classes will be in session daily from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, beginning September 14th In addition to supervised play and the celebration of the children's birthdays, there are weekly Sabbath parties in which tots from NOW OfUUIHG A COMPUTE BANQUIT SUVICf for WEDDINGS e CONFIRMATIONS • CLUB MEETINGS AND OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS 7 Courses from $2.50 man Jack's Tropical Kosher Food Market Originally at Beach Food Center NOW LOCATED AT 1325 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-1267 General Repair on all Hake Trucka and Cora Electric end Acetylene WeldingCOULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecke Rebuilt — Body Repalre and Painting Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phenes 3-2244, 2-6652 140 S.W. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBa ,^ 1 ibJi&wiislh IFtopjJiiouR MIAMI. FLORIDA_ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1953 SEC. B Iritish Jewry Attempts to Revive Interest in Rabbinate By GEOFFREY D. PAUL '. jtwith Telegraphic Agency LONDON Just over a year o and as the result of their conprn at the small number of young ne n offering themselves for train[,,, as spiritual leaden ter the ministry, he was frequently! are burdened with the problem of discouraged by his elders. [making ends meet. This, not unnaturally, led the) After noting that there is no commission to consider the "econ-1 standard or even minimum qualiomic factor." Its findings, here', fication required of a candidate beagain, were a reflection on Jewish fore he can be appointed to a po for the AnKlo-Jewi'sh community, the Council of the United Synagogue, controlling body of the major OrthoIdox congregations in Britain, and Khe Council of Jews' College, training school for ministers, establishled a commission to inquire into the (reasons for this paucity of ministerial candidates. f Their report, recently published, lis a fascinating and. in some ways. la disheartening document. Many of Itheir conclusions, based on evidence from leading Rabbis and othler authorities, is a sad commentary Ion the present position within [Anglo-Jewry which is now. outside I of those Jewish communities east [of the Iron Curtain, the major Jew| rv in Europe. The commission set forth three major reasons for the shortage of ministerial candidates. The first was the "religious factor." Here, it found, the number of parents anxious that their sons should adopt a career in which the Sabbath and the holy days could be strictly observed had lessened. There did not appear to be, either among parents or their sons, any sense of a call to service for Judaic. In fact, even in those cases where a vouth felt a desire to enparents. "As the average,member of the community grew in affluence," it noted, "his ambitions for sition in a congregation, the report turns to its recommendations. These are prefaced by the observahis sons took a higher flight." The | tion that it is the community at better money and alleged higher I large which determines the quality social standing of the professions and quantity of the ministry. have clearly weighted the judgment of parents. Recruits for the Jewish ministry, with exceedingly rare exceptions, have ccme from homes where a real sacrifice has had to be made by the parents to enable their children to carry through their studies. Most interesting is the commission's probe into the "status of the ministry." the third of its investigatory headings. It boldly makes the point that dissatisfaction exists among the clergy itself. "In particular, they suffer from a sense of futility and frustration." .This is attributed to a number of factors. They are given little opportunity to apply the knowledge they have spent much time and study in acquiring and are compelled to put most of their energies into work for which arduous scholastic preparation is quite unnecessary. Decisions connected After making some practical proposals regarding the Jews' College curriculum, the commission suggests that recruitment for the ministry must be undertaken among adolescents at an early age. Aa inquiry among 300 Jewish university students, of whom only 65 bothered to reply, established that they cannot be considered a promising source for ministerial candidates. Once they have reached the actual stage of becoming university students they are lost, "for various reasons." as potential ministers. Next, says the commission, thorough attention must be given to the economic problems of parents and children. It is mentally and physically bad for students to spend their weekdays in intensive study and their .nights and Sundays in classroom teaching so as to earn money for their keep. One way of dealing with this problem, \m •* $&**<* Mr and MlS.-Saul Ashkenazy, on an inspection of agriculhutal and industrial projects in Israel, pause in front of the newest and most modern flour mill to be erected in Israel, the Tachan firm, on the fringe of Jerusalem. %  Ashkenazys Visit Israel's Industrial Developments; See Bond Aid In Action JERUSALEM — The mayors of dustries and agriculture, wfcose deIsrael's three big communities were this week presented with keys and invitations to visit Miami Beach by an unofficial envoy who carried the souvenirs and personal messages from Mayor Harold Shapiro. In Israel for an inspection of inSSrSUS=rs usuaTy ufs Rested, is for communities •tur^ermoT tllTSS Oateig ^^ .SSST'l?* ministers in many communities 1 themselves responsible for the velopment is being made possible with the assistance of investments from State of Israel Bonds, the Miami Beach envoy. Saul Ashkenazy. of 420 Lincoln Road, was accomplished by his wife during his calls on the mayors of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa. In each case, the Israeli mayors KH* ** ^ maintenance of the youngsters during their *? o ^"1^ A received the Ashkenazy m their approach might also be made to £fi ac ted the in refuse org n !" ^£ ^ i vitatiorTof Mayor Shapiro and excandidates from the European con ^ an invjtation of tneir own tinent. On the question of qualifications, the commission urged that congre-' gations under the authority of the Chief Rabbi of the British ComI monwealth should only accept as spiritual leaders men holding the Chief Rabbi's certificate which, in to the Miami Beach chief executive to visit with them in Israel. The presentation of the invitations to visit Miami Beach was presented following a tour by Mr. and Mrs. Ashkenazy of Israel Bond undertakings throughout the young X .„ 'f republic. Ashkenasy. who is the addition to being a certificate of ^^ Bond chairman for the Labor Zionist Council of Greater Miami, inspected projects in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. In Jerusalem, he visited the new Tachan flour mill, the most modern of its kind in the Middle East. Aided in beprronp FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You iust haven't &f ••tad a really 9d frankfurter until you taste these. Chofco Western corn-ted beef, subtly seasoned to tantalizing goodness. And the Salami h truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches the exquisite, exalted bouquet and flavor of salami that carries th. proud Israel Kosher trade mark! fi&te mdMite BRAND moral responsibility, should have reference to the Jewish and secular education of the recipient. Once a minister receives his Rabbinical diploma, the report urges, he should be given the fullest opportunity to exercise Rabbinical func K j nnin operations by a loan from tions. A greater degree of auton-1 %  ££ o{ srael Bonds the Tacnan omy would have the effect of enmJM produces su ffj c ient quantities hancing his status and would make rf £lour tQ mMt tne entire needs the calling of Rabbi more "attracrf Jerusa i em an d surrounding settle." | tlements. The composition of the commis( ^ highlighting the Miami sion was an imposing one. It was Beach coup e s tour of Jerusalem headed by Dr. Solomon Gaon, Ha^^ ^ ^ tQ the new industrial ham of the Spanish and Portuguese center which houses dozens of new Community, and included the presworksho ps and which produce a ident of the Board of Deputies. Dr. vgriet o{ pro ducts ranging from Abraham Cohen, himself a former stoves {Q ^^^ jhe industrial minister. Rabbi Dr. A. A. Altmann, centers were constructed with the Rav of Manchester, and five other istance of i oans from State of u .n. — ..,i,,. .*•• intimatplv ran. LOOK FOR THIS SIGN Uvmand ISRAEL KOSHER... Israel Bonds. Kmrntan Heads F.anhion Couneit Get What You Demand! yi Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 230 N.W. m STREET MIAMI — 3-0721 -3-4225 gentlemen who are intimately con cerned in the life of the community. Their conclusions are bound to excite comment and argument in Jewish communities throughout the world. Many of their observa-1 Marim Kurman took office this tions apply as much to Liberal and wee k as president of the Miami Reform congregations as to those Fashion Council. Installation was which adhere to striet Orthodoxy, held in the Scheherazade Room of But is there not something here the Algiers Hotel, with Former of the Ark being erected before Governor Fuller Warren officiatthe synagogue is built? Can one j n g. help but think, sitting in a large other officers are Lewis Serbin, synagogue with a Sabbath morning lst vice president; Sam Kantor, congregation of little more than a 2nd vicc president; Mel Warshaw, score, that the problem is not so secre tary; and Norman Burger, much to find the ministers as to treasU rer. find the congregants? New mcm bers of the Board of Directors are Murray Baron. Len Coleman. Al Gottlieb. Henry Jacob. son Arthur S. Kahn, Morton Leon, Bob Brenner, director of the • Ed Morgen stern. Coral Gables Jewish CenterJheagj^J 1 !" ^ and Alex Schneidter Guild, held tryouts for the dra-1 ""*"' tftSffmSm T The W 8 W p | "A parade of council presidents of wU, meet !" September 8th. It the the past 11 years was featured at Center. 'the ceremonies. Guild Has Tryouts %  r < i I



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PAGE 8 B KlP*lsitncr*Aa*7 FRIDAY, ST^a, Obituaries ISRAEL STARR 4."., of ISIS Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, died \ i-;u.-i_^. i iu .1 i.v..; U"--i'tf4i %  :. Mi.. 101 w#-J fit 'Vlt rhiladelphlSL/siil Mvrl til IsWitV.lfcite. survivors, srivn.-.s were held AUUSI 23rd In Itiversido iMeniorhil Chapel, with burial In I'hlladrlphla. Kaplan Unveiling The dedication of I monument to the memory of the late Rose %  ^^arnsjilyeTPf) 760 MRS. SOPHIE GOMOLINSKY .'.<, who is me here six years ago from ('hlcaico. died AUKUSI -ll at hor home. 2:>00 S\V ISrd St. She In survived by her huxhand. Max. I son. Italph; a daughter, Bernice; and a brother, Hvntaii Markowitz. all of (Ireater MUntl Services were held last 1-Yiday In Gordon's Chapel, with burial in Ml. NV!,o I'emetery. BENJAMIN MERANUS 70. of 10231 K. Bay Harbor l>r.. Ray Harbor Island, formerly of Newark, N.J. He came her six .wars atfo fn.ru, New York. Husband ..f Sophie, father of Nathan. He was the founder of the Meranus and Son Ko.nl Market .f Newark. Retired. Ilemains ere sent to New York for services and burial by Riverside Memorial Chspel, Miami Heach. .. MRS. JANE GLAZER BLOOM ;<. of 9?s 8W nth st. paaeed awa) Ausust Hth. Services and burial were in CaMwetl, N .1 Local arrangements •:. in charge of Gordon Funeral Home ot Miami MRS. JULIET LEE DAYAN IS. of I1T1 SW 12th Si passed swaj liiKUSl 26th Bel i %  %  •..,.. held I ,~; iTlda.i in the Miami Chapel of Qordon Puner.il Home Burial ..: Star of I '-I\ Id <".-o • MRS. SARAH BERNSTEIN R." Miami R. I %  a X.-w Y. \ %  M !' hi s s %  %  MRS ANNA RADLICK ed A U| • '• %  Ml \ MORRIS SEECAL %  by a. S K, tiy 1 JOSEPH HIRSHORN ;-% %  • %  > \ %  • %  \ %  %  capl I Julius. S. • V. • DR E. DAVID BLECHMAN %  41 Ijiket e Hi M rth Services wer. S rt NVtri \ n-itl oral arM< irlal t'hap.11 am.hen • 11 Sew (News where % %  • • t'arolM S .. tar. bi thi MRS. CELIA SHAPIRO S. of 3I Mlrhlmtn Av, Ml Services sere held It) Ne Tors with Rlv< • d. Miaou er il Home In i hai it. • M s>. pii vl • %  %  pro I Sea %  •• husband, S.IMHI.,. ( .... V || • %  ph. brother, Paul Ban etl Mi >.. He A bra ma Euclid Verrtfe, "VH ^" e pjace Sunday, [September 6th, 3 p.m., at the Orthodox section of the Woodlawn Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. Kaplan is survived by a son, Harry M., of Miami Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin; both of Miami Beach; also a brother, William Levine; eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Mrs. Kaplan was a mem-1 ber of Hadassah and the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Miller Unveiling SIAT KtStKVATIOHS WOW If INC TAKtN f Oft THf HIGH M FlaglerGranada Jewish Community C xfi N w ci<* Marc uuu, %  50 N.W. Silt HMO. MIAMI Cast f resist., HY COVHMAN CNARUS AHu^ 13-1420 $33049 The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Herman | Samuel Miller, formerly of 3551 SW 11th Street, will take place, Sunday, September 6th. 11 a.m.: ;il Ml Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Miller is survived by his parents. Mr and I Mrs. Jacob Miller; a brother. Mar tin, of Miami; and three listen, Harriet Borenstein. of Miami. An %  ita Stern, of Lot Angeles, and Dor othj Barrette, of Miami. Arrangements are In charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend, Lieutenant Paul Kwitney was released from active duty in the United States Air Force on August 31st, after having served two years. His most recent tour of duty was at Webb Air Force Base, Big Spring. Texas, where he served in the capacity of Assistant Budget and Accounting Officer. Lieutenant Kwitney's home residence is 901 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach. CONGREGATION IT IS A MITZVAH TO SEND FOOD TO FRIENDS IN ISRAEL We Svll "SCRIP TO ISRAEL" $10-S15-$25 Certificates GOOD FOR FOOD OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES This Service and Consultation is Given FREE by the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District ROOM 510 420 LINCOLN ROAD. Phone 5-0346 Aloderofely Air ComdHiomod, eWolrfel 5 f n.,.,„ 935 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 4 MHO 0 i c I S THAT TNI Office IS OMN THI ENTIRE DAT FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR Slut FOR THE COMING NICH HOLT DATS Omr leloved Spiritual leodtr Rabbi Joseph I fiackovsky Promise*! Speaker one Renowned (a KNOWN AS THE YtRUSHAim Will Conduct Services oW De/iver the Sermons HTMAN SHER, President SOLOMON ALTER, Vice Pre REV. JOSPPH KRANTZ, ChairasM, Seating Comtnittit L'Shona Tova Tikesevu We cordially invite you to join us in ear High Holy Doy Worship AVAIL TOURSELF OF TOUR SEAT RESERVATIONS EARLY Seats start at S2.00 $3.00 S5.00 DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE (Old Beth David' 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE (Corner N.W. 2nd Street) Tickets may be obtained after Morning Services and Evenings from 7:30 to 9 ANSHE EMES NEWLY ORGANIZED MIAMI CONGREGATION will hold its HIGH HOLY HOLY DAYS SERVICES at 2320 S.W. 25th Street RABBI ABRAHAM SACHS and REVEREND M. SIEGEL OFFICIATING Tickets may be obtained from MR. JOSEPH ABRAMSON, TREASURER by Telephoning. 488098 SAM SHIFFMAN II Meridian Ave died Moa*> % %  en wen held lasi week aoKlyn, N v his former home Survivors Inelud. v four daasnter* (Minun r %  -•.:. ha |e ..f i. n • MRS. NAN MORGAN W ishlncton Ave M ami died Saturday s.-r* ... % %  .. held In N". \ rk with local srrance%  nents In %  hare* of Hellman Puneral %  napel Bun m ,,r. her h Lewie .11.1 her nnother. Mrs The%  twall. bo Fteacn BENJAMIN LEBOWITZ \\ • CoUiaa .u.iiue. BO •• !. ; --, ,| .,.,, ... v lx %  %  El in Kiw.xxl City i .t Survived by ihre. then B,-rAdolph and Euaene. anj ., sis. '' -, Roe. M Remt -.-nt i.. Baa %  I i'i! tor .-.IM.. .;,.! interment l — --;• t arraaisewieati .. r ^ in eharae iir ^ h i hapei. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER 620 75th STREET. MIAMI BEACH Tickets Now Available for High Holy Days Services at the Center or Call 860221 AIR CONDITIONED RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN WE BOY Stll TRADE RAY H0ADLEY Moctmicodly Perfect freW Used Cars For t —r oaoa f o *rices So To: 2*40 S.W. Its STREET FKese 12 6042 Protect lomr New Car with ss "Ertra Car" Cheap Transportation M*PE FION "TWE jjTrrii ,,„ N „, M$ 7 ,,„•, I ?f^ 1 *** T PALM DtSTRBUTOIuS. WC 14 NX. 24th St, Miami 37. Flo. ^ j^M Sephardic Jewish Congregation of Greater Miami MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA We are pleased to inform you that our Synagogue for I services of the High Holidays will be held at the Belvedere H* Ninth Street and Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida. Services will be conducted according to Sephardic tradit by Cantor Sadi I. Nahmias. You are cordially invited to al" our services with every member of your family and friends. Admission Free and Welcome to All Our Congregation extends you their best wishes for a ha? and prosperous New Year. H12T L'l~~ '-'<>• The Kehila Committee Time of Services: Minha and Arvith—Wednesday, September 9th. 6 pro. Tefila—Thursday and Friday, September 10th 11th, 8 Kal Nidre— Friday, September 18th, 5:30 p.m. Yom Kippur—Saturday, September 19th, 7:30 a.m. THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA wishes all its supporters and friends A HAPPY. PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR and Reminds every Jew to share G-d's blessings with Israef by planting trees and reclaiming the land of Israel for fruitfulness, abundance and peace *fin the New Year with a Gift of frets for •*$' Phone Our Office 58-6464



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LmAVg gTEMBER 4 1953 +Jewlsti tk rHi.tr PAGE 5 B GREATER MIAMI JEWRY USHERS IN ROSH HASHQNAH a.m. Co ntir.u.l freer***** with Rabbi Isaac Ever' officalins. Cantor Elisha Cerner wi render the musical portions of the liturgy. Slichot services are slatd "fo'r Saturday at midnight. The Congregation will usher in R oIh Hashonah eve on Wednesday "nine September 11th, at 6 ,6V During the first day of the New Year. Thursday morning at^8 ['pJayerFor Life -^A si 8 n ^ a "^ I Of Rabbi Ever will discuas: The ,ver For Life — A Significance Fxistence. Mincha services will Z at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. Friday morning services are at 8 m W ith the Rabbi discussing: The'Call Of The Shofar — The Sounding Of Freedom For Humanity Cantor Cerner will conduct all the Holy Day services assisted by Max Mendelson. 1 sabbath of Repentance will be marked on September 12th, at 9 [ ya Rabbi Ever will discuss: pentance. ^ Re > '** &f Tf.bh Congregation Beth Tfilah will conduct Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Preparedness. At 5 p.m., the Rabbi will address the Congregation on: Judicial Conceit. Mincha will be at 9:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Slichot services are slated for Saturday at midnight, with Rabbi Rackovsky officiating. The Congregation will usher in the eve of Rosh Hashonah on September 9th, at 6:45 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will officiate and render the musical portions of the service on Thursday and Friday mornings at 7 a.m. Subjects of his sermons are slated as: Love Versus Kindliness and The Call. Evening services on both days of Rosh Hashonah will be at 6 p.m. Services on the Sabbath of i ,.:./ %  Repentance will be at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Rackovsky delivering the traditional sermon for the Holy Day. Montkalle Park Congregation Monticello Park will usher in the New Year under the direction of Rabbi Boris Rackovsky, spiritual leader. Rosh Hashonah services will begin on Wednesday evening, September 9th, at 7 p.m. On Thursday morning, at 8:30 a.m., Rabbi Rackovsky will discuss: Child Is Father Of The Man. On September 11th, the second day of Rosh Hashonah, the Rabbi will discuss: Humility — The Key To Repentance. Services for the Sabbath of Repentance will be held on September 12th, at 9 a.m. Flagler-Granada Slichot services will be held at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center on Saturday at midnight. Rabbi Leon L. Solonche will officiate, with Reverend Leo Heim chanting the liturgy. The Congregation will usher in Rosh Hflshonafc oh Wednesday evening, September 9th, at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday morning services, for the first and second days of the New Year, will be at 8:15 a.m. The Sabbath of Repentance will be ob-erved on September 12th. Hialaah-Miami Springs Rabbi Harry EUinger will officiate during the High Holy Day observance. Slichot services are slated for Saturday at midnight. Rosh Hashonah will be ushered in on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Ettinger will officiate and preach the sermons' on both days. The Sabbath of Repentance will be observed on September 12th. at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Ettinger preaching the sermon. JCRS Auxiliary Opens Season. i The Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society met with Mrs. Henrietta Schoenfeld presiding at the first regular meeting of the season in the Prince Michael Hotel on Tuesday. SERVICES AT ZAMORA 44 ZAMORA AVE., CORAL GABLES Rabbi Landman • Cantor Bagley and Choir ROSH HASHANA Services concluded by Raaki Mai M. Landman in Hebrew and tnfliik al Ike Air Cooled, Coral Gabies Coliseum September 1011, 9:00 A.M. Uniform prayer books and skull caps will ba furnisked lo all worskippers. YOM KIPPUR Day of Atonement Services will be condacted at tke beantifal AIR CONDITIONED DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM. September 18. 6:00 P.M. Tbe Kolnidre Service. September 19. 8:30 A.M.—Memorial Servicai 11:30 A.M. PUPILS OF THE Y L PERETZ SCHOOL: Martin Adler, Arlene Berlly, Sese Biblow, Broche Brickman. Sheindei Brooks. M. Cherin. Zelda Cherin, G. Davis, Ite Dernis, A. Gelfand. B. Gelfand M. Gilbert. Yechevet Gilbert. Chaia Horowitz, Miriam Horowitz, Rifka Kaplan N. Katz. Reizel Klein. Ellen Marks. Leonard Marks. Rochelle Meltee, Joseph Merlin. Linda Morris. Ida Muravchick. Leibel Nelson, Jacob Parker. Zelda Parks. Gail Ratner. Elmoi Rubin, Martin Rubm. Mendel Schuldiner. N. Scher, Stuart Steele. Chane Sturman. Sheine Sutton. Zisse Weiner and Leslie Zebitz. (See story page 7 B) For Reservations Phone 83-4279 This choir will chant an outstanding repertoire of Liturgical Prayers \7 ttlt) IF m^/ **•** %  Uniform Prayer Boots edit to* by the limited Symm§e§ee dittrlmmted te ell wenUppert ZAMORA TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE JEWISH CENTER 44 Zamora Ave. CORAL GABLES Stall Ceet end Service Premrmms dilfribKfed to all wershipptrt Pictured above (right) is Circuit Judge Vincent C. GibHn and Gershon S. Miller, attorney, who introduced the Judge as Principal speaker before the Nu Beta Epeilon National Legal Fraternity at its 35th annual convention held recently in the Delano Hotel. Miller was re-elected Regional Vice Grand Chancellor for the Southern states, and Bert Shinderman. owner of Miami Beach Mount Roydl Towers and other hotels, was el ected Grand Chancellor. We cordially invite yon to Join with ns in the HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES ROSH HASHANA im tke AM-COOM0 CORAL GABIES COLISEUM YOM KIPPUR Im the AM CONDITIONED DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM Sept. 18th, 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19th, 8:30 a.m. Sept. 10th 1 lth, 9 a.m. RABBI MAX M. LANDMAN Cantor David Bagley and Choir For Reservations Phone 83-4279 DAYer EVENING



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY KE~27— Number 36 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS men's Service Act Brings Agudist Attack Llem JTA)—Extreme OrthoIments represented by the parties vowed this week to prevent enforcement of Uen-s National Service Act I by the Knesset in a "packer which gave the Rab[completc control over maud divorce in the Jewish national service measure Is for assignment to public, fitary service of girls exI from conscription for milibrv'ice because of their rebeliefs. It passed Parlia\,y a vote of 57 to 15, with stentions. The two religious represented in the Governloalition, the Mizrachi Labor Mizrachi Parties voted for 11. The Agudah Labor, Agu|the Communists, the rightllerut and the Sneh faction Mapam Prty voted against fcasure. The main section of rPam Party did not vote. marriage and divoce act ontrol of marriage and dilin the Rabbinate and reI the civil courts to enforce kical rulings. The measure 1 the Parliament by an overvote but only after its nts had put up a stubborn nd had introduced 30 amendI in a vain effort to force a Dne time in the debate it necessary for Acting Preloshe Sharett to warn the Issives, who opposed the je, that their opposition It .HI i a collapse of the prespvernment coalition. Justice er Pinches Rosen, head of brty, abstained from voting |e other Progressive deputy vote against the bill. Package Deal "package deal" which link women's service measure ne marriage law had been out at an extraordinary of the Cabinet in which with considerable opposiThe cabinet was forced to i hand when a previous meetrepresentatives of the coaliailed to reach a satisfactory lomise. |he cabinet discussion, it was fi, demands by the ministers enting the religious forces "ict Rabbinical regulation of Me and divorce were heatedfrosed by Justice Minister Rosen and several Mapam ministers who objected to having the civil courts enforce Rabbinical decisions. In winding up debate on the women's service measure, Mr. Sharett expressed regret that "certain circles" fighting the bill had token their battle overseas to other Jewish communities and had turned the fight into a"smear" campaign against Israel, holding demonstrations in front of the Israel consulate in New York. Then, in an attack on the religious elements who claimed that conscription of religious women was in violation of the Torab, the Acting Premier demanded to know where in the Torah there, was such an injunction. "Where is the law?" he asked. "If such a law is written somewhere, why is it kept a secret?" There is no such law or such ruling or such regulation. The argument that the present law is immoral and indecent is void on any ground—there is no proof, only suspicions," he charged. ZOA Holds Annual Convention; Warns Against US Policy Shift By The JTA NEW YORK — Twelve hundred delegates from all parts of the country', attending the 56th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America here, were warned this week that powerful forces in Washington sought to change the United States Government's policy of friendship to Israel. The warnings were sounded by Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the organization, in his keynote address, and by Louis Lipsky, chairman of the American Zionist Council. A message of greeting from President Eisenhower was read at the convention. "It is heartening to know," the President said, "that so many Americans from ail parts of our nation are gathering at such a convention and reaffirming their dedication to the cause of freedom everywhere. Upon such dedication depend not leels Uasfcy only our own strength, but our hopes for peace for all the world." The convention was also greeted Rabbi hyingMiller Elected to Secjond— Term as Zionist Organization President NEW YORK—(JTA>—The 56th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America concluded here Monday with the re-election of Rabbi Irving Miller as president and with the adoption of a resolution urging that the next World Zionist Congress should, for the first time in Zionist history, be held in the United States. In another resolution, the convention took note of the fact that the executive of the Jewish Agency has before it several proposals looking toward its enlargement through the inclusion of non-Zionist individuals who are concerned with Israel's welfare. The convention recommended that "in furtherance of its aims to draw these pro-Israel elements into its work, "the Jewish Agency executive "should explore plans to that end apart from the enlargement of the agency, through the appointment of a special committee consisting of representatives of all Zionist parties, which should be directed to submit its recommendations to the next World Zionist Congress." At the same time, the c invention reaffirmed its support for the strengthening of the American Zionist Council and the expansion of its activities. It also expressed the view that the Assembly of American Zionists, which is to be conenved on December 5th by the AZC, should not be invested with any legislative powers affecting the structure and autonomy of existing Zionist bodies. In another resolution, the convention called upon the US Government to urge the Arab states "to engage in direct peace negotiations with Israel." The resolution emphasized that American Zionists "are unalterably opposed'" to the supply of arms to any of the Arab states as long as they persist in their refusal to come to terms with Israel. "We urge our government to withhold such arms in accordance with the traditional American policy of refusing military assistance to nations in a state of belligerency." Kami Jewry to Usher in Rosh Hashonah re than 50,000 Jews will atjHigh Holy Day services in |25 synagogues throughout the Miami area starting with enitential Slichot on Saturmidnight, September 5th. Hashonah. the first of tht [Days, will be ushered in on hesday evening, September pntinuing through Thursday Triday following. f" Kippur, the Day of Atone *ill be observed on Satur September 19th. Tifereth Israel Iphot services at Tifereth Israel inside Center will be on Sat]>' evening at 11:30 p.m., with Louis Cassel officiating and S fi!l R: Dan 8 er Go Slow. On "esday. September 9th, at 6 p.m., services will be held to mark the eve before Rosh Hashonah, 5714. Thursday morning services, the first day of the New Year, will be conducted by Rabbi Cassel, with his sermon topic scheduled as: The Good Life. Mincha will be at 6 p.m., followed by Maariv. The Message Of The Shofar, will be the subject of the Rabbi's sermon on Friday morning, the second day of Rosh Hashonah. Cantor Albert Glantz will assist during the HolyDay services. Young Israel Young Israel Synagogue will hold traditional Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. Mincha will be at 6 p.m., followed by Sbalos Seudo*. Slichot services are slated for Saturdayevening, September 5th, at 12:15 p.m. Daily services through Rosh Hashonah eve, September 9th, will be at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The first day of Rosh Hashonah will be ushered in at 8 a.m. Services for the second day of the New Year are also slated at 8 a.m. Beth il Slichot services at Congregagation Beth El are scheduled for Saturday at midnight. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Arise And Sing In The Night. Rosh Hashonah services will be held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, September 9th and 10th, at 6:30 p.m., and Thursday and Friday morn ings, September 10th and 11th. at 8 a.m. On Thursday, Rabbi Swirsky will discuss: The Call To The Open Road. Making Mountains Out Of Moments, will be the topic of his sermon on Friday morning. Cantor Joshhua Breeh, with an augmented Adult Choir, will chant the liturgy. On Saturday, September 12th, members and worshippers at the Congregation will observe the Sabbath of Repentance, with the service scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Swirsky will preach on the theme: Vrhen Return Means Progress. Israelite Center Traditional Friday evening services will be held at the Israelite Center at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and discussing the Weekly Portion. At midnight, Can tor Samuel Salkow will join Rabbi Malavsky in officiating during the Continued on Page 2 B by Mayor Vincent Impellitteri on behalf of the City of New York. "Powerful anti-Israel forces are attempting to swing our Government away from its policy of friendship to Israel," Rabbi Miller told the convention. "They are working ceaselessly to create the impression that the United States has heretofore accorded 'preferential' treatment to Israel as compared with the Arab states, a contention which is not supported by the facts—as we took occasion to prove by publishing the statistics, which demonstrate that American aid both to Israel and the Arab states has in fact always been characterized by an attitude of impartiality. "The motive behind this propaganda is transparent. They would have the Administration translate impartiality into appeasement and lead our government along the dangerous path of bidding for Arab friendship at Israel's expense. I do not believe that the American Government and people will really be taken in by this line." Dangerous to Relax Mr. Lipsky said that, efforts by anti-Israel elements to change the policy of friendship of the executive and legislative branches of the government had thus far failed, but he admonished that "it would be a mistake, however, to sit back and regard the situation with calm feelings and restful satisfaction. He found out that "it is quite possible by persistent and unscrupulous assault on emotions and selfinterest, by use of the new techniques of public relations now being practiced on radio and television, by occupying important outposts of public communication and using them for sinister purposes. Continued on Page 2 A German Ballot | Shakes Nazis FRANKFURT (JTA—In the September 6th elections for the Bundestag, the Lower House of the West German Parliament, eleven parties will appear on the ballot. Seven of them are listed on the ballot of all nine states which comprise West Germany. Several of the states have rejected the electoral lists of the openly neo-Nazi parties for such technical reasons as an insufficient number of signatures by legal residents on the nominating petitions. Nonetheless, the neo-NaziNationalist Rally will appear on the ballot in Bavaria and SchleswigHolstein, while the German Reich Party will appear on six state ballots. Recently two top candidates of the German Reich Party, former Goebbels aide Werner Naumann and Hans Ulrich Rudel, were struck off the ballots by government action. While the Nationalist Rally and German Reich Party are unabashedly pro-Nazi, individual ex-Nazis appear on many other party tickets. In the Lower Saxony constituency where Naumann was running, the candidate of the Free Democratic Party is a former Nazi peasant leader and a onetime highranking officer of the Social Reich Party, which was outlawed last year because of its openly Nazi character. It



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. A yj£?TBtf?5_U?*L +Jewish HrrkHnn PAGE J M0litP tenter Tteketm Avaitabie n Malavsky, spiritweek. It was also announced that the Center has increased its membership by some 60 families since Rabbi Malavsky's arival here. Plans for a consecration are slated bbi Morto adcr of the Israelite Center. T^ s H n WMIE nd ay. September 7th. at 6 snecial Rosh Hashonah 'ii^was announced this for next month, according to the spiritual leader. Jacob Brown, ticket chairman at (he Israelite Center, said this week that several seats for t he High Holy T** tr itiH available Ind may be obtained at the Center for the services. Beach Chapter Party The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith, Women will hold its weekly menorah 1 game* p'tfAy at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, September 9th, 12:30 p.m. Gables Yom Kippur Dance Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold its annual Yom Kippur night danee^Wi* amirday evening, September 19th, 9 p.Bu at the^ Center^ Mrs. Charlotte Half*it is in cha of the affair. THE PROPHET AMOS showed the world the way tO the good life, when he preached and taught his people to "... Hate the evil, and love the good. And establish \ustice in the gate." AMOS. VI* And they shall plant vineyards, and drink the wine thereof; And they shall also make gardens, and eat the fruit of them. AMOS, IX: 14 0 NTHE EVE OF ROSH HASHANAH, we of the Maxwell House Division of General Foods Corporation,'extend cordial greetings to our many friends and to Jewish people everywhere. We share the universal hope that life for mankind the world over, in this and many New Years to come, will be peaceful and i happy, guided by the teachings of the Hebrew prophets of old. We take this occasion to express our appreciation for the-friendship of the Jewish public, and our pride In knowing that these fine coffees continue to afford pleasure in homes everywhere. FINEICOFFEESIFROM'MAXWELL. HOUSE £MAXWEU f HOUSE Coffee MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Good fo fh Last Drop! >*ocTt or OINIIAL roots INSTANT MAXWEU HOUSI COFFEE Th Sabbath ConW YUBAN Tn GUM* Coff INSTANT SANKA COFFEE Good Coffe ... Good SI—pi SANKA COFFEE Delicious ond D-Coffinod i)



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[nY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1953 -Jowls* nnrlrii* Wk LEGAL NOTICE %  ^TTZTY JUDGE'S COURT ^COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28404 [BADE £'; HERMAN. I>£*e?\_ Knc INTENTION TO MAKE LVPLICATION FOR FINAL T DISCHARGE L. E iTnereb} *' < h "' w e EL ,,ur "' %  | "'" nd ,cll on KnfeohaW Executors if F* 1 MBERT M. BBBMAN, H .nd thai ">e 30th day T W r BLANTON. County t.',. .W f'H.'l report and for t\ h.rec as Executors of the tjfjSfiT M. BERMAN. demh day of August, 1933. wilTfcK C. KUVNER SrLTON R. MANNHKIMER SJ^xecutor. and Attorneya •^ Deceased. | —1/4-11 ^EUNDER FICTITIOUS (W F. U HEREBY GIVEN that ritmisned, desiring to enaue In U. under the fictitious name of I KOSIIKR MEAT MARKETS. BBS! at 59S7 S.W. 8th Street, Florida, intend to register said .' %  Jghthi Clerk of the Circuit ut Dada t'ount>. Florida. '"'HERMAN DAL* MAX RFBIN WILLIAM MALTER BOL MAI.TER 8D S MANIH-ER ay tor partnership OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MCE IS HEREBY fJIVBH that IknilfBXli desiring to engau in juder tli" 1 fictitious nanff for Pinwatj Itroa. p.'a % % %  t E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that iidcrsianed, desiring, to engage In ha w.ilrr the fictitious name of fTpALMij Al'TS al 1110 lth Miami Beach. Florida, Intend litter mid naimith the Clerk %  Circuit Court of Dade County, HERMANN Ll'IILINSKI MARTHA I.I KLINSKI iAM I BRENNER ley for Hermann and itha I/.ililinsK, I — 4 LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AU, TO Wll.iM THESE I'RKS ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS^ 2SJ" D f w s. rS„. th t ""•— %  ; Martha H. Holateln, ... .. Miami Reach, Fla. did on the 1st day of May, A I) |BKJ cause to be incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096, Law a „t .•i'*T5a A ^55 f ,S2r '' '"'"AL ASSOIIAIKS INC a corporation, with Its principal place of business at Miami. I)ade County. In the State of Florida, and whereaa the stockholders of said corporation did on the 25th i!i y ot Au u A.D. 195S. cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida a consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10096 Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925, requesting the dissolution of aald corporation, therefore the Secretary of State Is satisfied that said corporation haa complied with the requirements of law. > IN WITNESS ,WHEREOF, I have hereunto "set my hand and have affixed the/ Qreat Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital this the twenty-fifth day of August. AD. IS53. R. A. ORAY, (SEAL) a etW "' a,e 9/4/53 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that hdtnrigned, ilesirtnK to engage In the fictitious name of I.UU'S ASSi ii MATES, -at ISSO j Street nd to register i Hi. Clerk of the Clrjfourt .f Dade County, Florida. 0R1N s BACON VERNKTTE S. 11ACON II.EI! ,v OARS >'•'.-' %  Appl .nits -%  i Avenue •:• i i |HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT (AND FOR DADE COUNTY, (IDA IN PROBATE. No. 30895-A ESTATE f>F JLI'H FRIED.M \W. Deceased [NOTICE TO CREDITORS I A I'ersona llavAgatnsl Bald it'. are hereby to preaanl any which yuu, or %  against the '. %  "LIU I RJEDMANN, de. Miami Beach, bade | Hon County and file the ii the County I IMile CI, mty, Florida. i-ndiir in HI lifrom the Uon hereof. inds to contain EL. ."" "' ""• claimant and %  worn to ind presented as afore£• %  'l: be I. rred See Secece>a'aed. Kv !!'. •'-"e.-utrix P5JM Hid,., Miaml j, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30839 B In Re: ESTATE OK I.E*>N GOODMAN, a/k/a LEON ALEXANDER GOODMAN, ... ~ Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of LEON GOODMAN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judge* of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County (Tourthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date August 13th, AD. 1953. ELIZA HETH GOODMAN As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of LEON GO<>DMAN, Deceased. HAROLD ZINN Attorney for Elizabeth Goodman S/21-28 — 9/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER' FACTITIOUS *?.?£ %  .' 1 EREBY GIVE* that ilrlng to engatre in fictitious nan* ot underalgn^V des rm'g o -SUSta J h AVWutTR mWDRY, at iooitw Mh Avenue, Miami, Intend to register I "'""• •* %  he Clerk of the''" cult Court of Dade County, Florida. ,.„.,, "J-IAM KH4CHER 4 Xl sw ey i n S ,r Av A e l '' l,can 'S/14-21--28 — y/i IN THE iVEN FLORIDA THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP L ^, E n N TH .. J UD !?'A'.cmc 0 uiT T OF ITY. .^CH^C^VY^O"^ RAN LA ROCCA. Plaintiff vs. ,X>L 'J;'Lt A "GCCA. Defendant TO: L?,gfs R LrRo^C A L,CAT ON 3034 Mathews Ave. Bronx, New. York You are hereby notified thaUa Bin ?^„.'" m,> %  laln, for '"vorce has been filed against you in the above styled cause and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plalnt11 rwVi'"" ne 5' .t nd flle tne original In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit court In and for I>ad e County. Florida, on or before the 6th day of October. 19a3. If you fail to do so, Judgment by defualt will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Rill of Complaint. Dated at Miami, Dade County, Florida this 28th day of Auguat, 1953 E. B. LEATHEILMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN, „..-.. "cputy Clerk (CIRPPIT COPKT SEAL) MANUEL LL'BEL Attorney for Plulntlff 623 W. Flagler bt., Miami, Florida !V4-11 -18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL FOODS OF FLORIDA, at 4421 .N.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS HARRIS LEONARD HARRIS HEN HARRIS JACK MILLER, Atty. 4014 xth Ave., Miami Beach 9/4-11-18-25 PwErt d 111 ?'.* f :,VEN ,hat K?? J RALI8H KB!;!, 1 — IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, JJLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161967 1.ANNIE RAISMORE. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIE HAISMoltK, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILLIE RAISMORE, address unknown. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint fur Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or {'lending to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney HEN KSSEN, 823 Seybold Ruildinx, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the list day of September, 19J3. If you f.ni to do so, Judgment by default will be taken aSSlnst you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND OHDKRBD at Miami, Florida, this ITtii (lav of August, 1151. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Coiintv. Florida. By \\.\i W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk REN ESSEN, ESQ Attorney for Plaintiff Ml Beybold Building, Miami, Florida l/tl-SS — 9/4-J1 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP BY CONTINUING PARTNERS AND NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW The partnership of Sam Mallen, Harry Mallen, and Max Mallen, doing business as Sam Mallen Co. (not Inc ), 262U S.W. Mh Street, Miami. Florida, has been dissolved by mutual consent on August 25, 1953. Sam Mallen has retired from the said partnership. Harry Mallen and Max Mallen will continue the said business under the aiine name at the same address and intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. SAM MALLEN HARRY MALLEN MAX MALLEN 8/2S — 9/4-11-18 T CE NAtS! R f'CTIT.OUS W io ,, ME LA w E.W.HEREBY IIIVEN that Nti *•j w Flsgler St. 8/28 — 9/4-11-IS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW ...., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In M^CKPRRfc tn "ctltlous name of 990 Bl ILDING at W 0 s w pvt Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ircult Court of Dade County, Florida. LINOLD CORPORATION Ry: Sam Seltlln. President Attest: R. Louis Seltlln. o ,„ .. Secretary 8/28 — 9/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER f iCTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL KOKHER FOOD MARKET, at 1325 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Ha., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. !" ,^ K ROMERANTZ. Sole Owner MALVIN ENGLANDER Attorney for Owner 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 8/14-21-28 — 9/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 162052 ELLA RUBIN EDGEWORTH, Plaintiff, RICHARD L. EDGEWORTH. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RICHARD L. EDGEWORTH You. RICHARD L. KKG KWORTH, address unknown, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, KESSLER & GARS. 1782 West Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, and flle the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 24th day of September. 1953. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 20th day of August, A.D. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CORALY, CORALY LAMPS AND SHADES, at 2101 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. • BENJAMIN KIIASSOW SYLVIA KItASNOW HENRY M. CAIN, Atty. KM West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla. 9/4-11-^-2.". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring 10 engage In business under the fictitious name of KENNEDY FURNITURE CO., at 3621 W.W. ".mi St., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorDAV1D MARCUS MASON & FORER Attorneys for Applicant 129 N.E. 1st St. 8/2S — 9/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M A M F I A \AJ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BELL-AIRE APARTMENTS, at 1036 Drexel Avenue, Intends to regULar said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 10Jt WASHINGTON AVENUE CORPORATION 8/21-Z8 -— J/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of %  F L ORIDA WEATH ER-K KA FT PRODUCTS CO.", at 7301 N.E. Miami Court. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I. A BRA MS I PHILLIPS EDWARD S. RESNICK Attorney for I Phillips and I. Abrams 8/28 — 9/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN trnt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under, tiu, fictitious name of SUPERIOR MARKET, SI 1071 S.W. Mh Street, .Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JENNIE MINN HI'T.NKR & HUTNER 520 Olympla Bldg.. Miami S/28 — 9/4-11-11 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 26331 RE: ESTATE OF MORTON SAM FAOAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herehy given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of MORTON BAM FAOAN, i and thai on the 22nd day or September. 1951, l will apply to the Honorable W F BLANTON, County Judge i>f I Mile County, Florida, foi approval or said flrfB.1 report snd foi final discharge aAdministratrix, of the Estate or MORTON SAM FAOAN, deceased. This 19th day of August, f /s/ EVELYN S HERSHREIN, As Administratrix ot the Estate Of MORTON SAM FAG \N. deceased MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Adniiulstralrix i/ai-2 — /4-n IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 2B314 B RE: ESTATE OF STEPHEN GENCHEFF, also known as STOYAN aENCHEFF, also known as STOIAN GENCHEFF, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator Cum Teatamento Annexo of the estate of STEPHEN GENCHEFF, %  k %  STOYAN GENCHEFF, a/k/a STOIAN GENCHEFF, deceased; and that on the titfe 'lav or September. IMS, will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWLlNO, County Judge of I hide County, Florida, for approval "t said final report ami for final discharge as Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo of the Estate -r STEPHEN I1ENCHE1 I', .i 1. < STOYAN GKNCHHFF, %  %  .i -Hi \N GENCHEFF, deci i This 1Mb day or August, IMS. LEO si i i:i \i:u. Administrator c.t.a. of Estate of Stephen ioinii.tr. %  K a Rtoyan Geiichi-ff. %  i> i Sti.ian Gencheff SHEINER • SPIELER Attorneys for l..on Sbelner, Administrator e.t.a. :iii| Roper Ruildlng; Miami 32, Florida 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARKER OF MIAMI, at 1038 71st Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRIET KERN, Sole Owner 8/21-28 — J/4-11 PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTI~E Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 1-I.ORIDA MORTGAGE BROKERS, at 23o W. Flagler St., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING SUSSMAN BENEDICT H1LVERMAN Attorney for Applicant 541 Seybold Bldg. 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VICTORIA ROOMING HOUSE, at 537 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NICK STEF. tt Interest VICTORIA STEF, H interest MONROE DIXON Attorney for Owners 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2S218-B RE: ESTATE OF OWEN CUNNINGHAM, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. of the estate of OWEN CUNNINGHAM, deceased; and that on the 16th day of September. 1953, I will apply to the Honorable FRANK II. DOW LING, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. of the Estate of OWEN CUNNINGHAM, deceased. This ISth day of August, 1953. /s/ LEON KAPLAN Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. Estate of OWEN CUNNINGHAM, deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator •SO Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla. 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NORTH DADE PLUMBING SERVICE at 12400 Croton Road, Keystone Point, Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. M. W. PHILLIPS, JR. RICHARD KRIEOER F1SK Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Building, Miami, Florida v n-w — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JONATHAN-POST OF FI.ORIDA. at 431 Lincoln Rd. and 712s Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to reKIster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DANIEL II. HERMAN A I.PERT L. ROSEN Attorney for Daniel II Herman 740 71st St Miami Beach, Fla. \ il-H — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of yUINIELA BAR SI ZM N.W. 37th Avenue, Miami, Intend to retriste* si .1 name itli the Clerk of the I '.i cult Com t ot Dade County, Florida. ARCHIE B and SOPHIE VLEREBOME KESSLER a OARS Attorneys for Applicants 1 S.W. L'.'nil Axe. • tl-U — 9.-4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N HwTsr tAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Uie fictitious tame of KAI'UV'S. at 1485 Coffins Avenue, Miami Reach, Florida. Intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit COwt of Dade County, Florida. KAPKAUF INC. Samuel Kaplan, Pres. 8/2S — 9/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of D and D SUNDRIES, at 2801 N W 17th Aveiwue. Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. WARREN A DALRYMPLE WEBSTER l> DAWBON Sole owners KESSLER i; \l:s Attorneys for Applicants ITSI W Flagler Stret i 9/4-1I-18-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS al u c I A \A/ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PENNY POST OF KIJORIDA, at various locations In Dade County. Florida, with Its principal place of business at 7128 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DANIEL H. HERMAN ALBERT L. ROSEN Attorney for Daniel H. Herman 740 71st St.. Miami Beach, Fla. 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! TV. Jairlsh Florldlon s yoor ItKjal node—, aptmdat* y OBI CCDO tTutxrcnsWe) ULCUiato sat lot> al lagal rtrtaa. Phon. 2-1141 %  S i %  in s. SEITLIN & COMPANY \ PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 1* N. C. Snd ST. MIAMI 31, FLA. I' r: r I i' i



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PAGE 2 B + kwlstinor*M9rJ FRIDAY, SEPTEMM* GREATER MlflWI JEWRY USHERS IN JIOSH HASHONJIH •>„tino.d fro* P.^U djku** Life's Turnpike. On the ning at 6 pm J^*""** SlichX service. The Israelite On| sftond day of Rosh Hashonah. his | the first day of the New Year, will ter will usher in Rosh Hashonah I tnDir is scheduled as: The eve on September 9th, at 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday morning services are at 7:30 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky has scheduled the following sermons: During Slichot services, he will discuss Holy Season Preparation. Really A New Year, is the subject of his talk on the first day of Rosh Ha-honah. During the second day. he will speak on: Examining The Past Year. The Congregation will observe the Sabbath of Repentance on Saturday morning, September 12th, when Rabbi Malavsky will ;>reach on the topic: Eternal Israel, j 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot Zamore Spiritual leader Rabbi Max M. L^ndman. Reverend David Begley , 519 Port-. BLOC '• %  -M, .'.. 2-0507 RESIOENCI THE SOUND OF THE SHOFAR i AH e o Jn, nd n 0 A ,he Sh ar ,he mbo1 for "'""ing in the New Year Mwa an-; ot?r srurtdSnA &£ \ Send ma n ke'lh'. l r C h n P i H Cer,,,,c J' t oa y 'or 5. $10, 1S. 20 or $2S. make their holiday a happy one You Official O.K. Scrip agencies are located in all key cities throughout the U.S. and Canada. O.K. SCRIP, 120 liberty St., New York 6, H.Y. Telephone WH4-0132 local Aqcnts: RABBI ISAAC M. EVER, S25 78th St., Tel. 84-5226, Miami Beach P. WEISS, 711 Euclid Aee., Tel. S-2703, Miami Beach VP& aJ bepnJaUt Offe Atncr M IAMI TITLC tGktractCo. null TO FR0M0U THWfT Watermatfsl SKYWRITER BALL POINTER PEN when you open a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with $25 •r more DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loon Association THERE A CMS f OK mm ACCOUNTST00I SAVWfiS Accwhit n INSURED and EMM 2Vi% a year for you Offer good at our 3 OfficM... 45 N.E. 1st AVENUE 1400 N.W. 36th STREET 1357 S.W. 8th STREET DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Joseph M. Upton, Pre*. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 48 MILLION DOLLARS IS YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE H* DABE COUIITT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title lns.ro.es Pelkiee •( City Title Insurance Ce. Ctpitmt, SmrpUn A f .i,., I ceed HfiOOfiOO 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 GLASS FOB EVERT P U R P O 8 E %  TORE rROHT PLATE ood WINDOW GLASS ronxttu^ Top.. Bor.!* Mirror, ud RorilT.*!^ Oux SpocUItf KA 1 1 and Mlw*r Work. INSURA NCEr