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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 23 Number 38
>rcentenary Opens as
esideht Sends Greeting
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
YORK (JTA) Led by a
(ration service at the old-
ligogue in New York, which
retted by President Dwight
(jbower and Israel's Presi-
zhak Ben-Zvi, celebration of
jjencan Jewish Tercentenary
der wa> this week. In many
ami in 250 cities in the
States, alone, and else-
[around the world, civic, reli-
inri other organizations hail-
opening <>f the observance,
bg the Jewish community's
|ar- i participation in Amer-
Eowth and development.
| forma I opening of the cele-
on the national level took
here this week at Con-
t tugui Synagogue which
[ii- existence directly to the
tdiip l 23 Jews who settled
M js i .'. New York, in the
|Kio4 The reconsecration
Shearith Israel was
! coast-to-coast over a na-
hetwi rk.
to the Shearith Israel serv-
khich President Eisenhower
his message. He tele-
h \ arm greetings to all
rr- ol the Congregation
i Nrael as you celebrate
it*m*rmry of yoer
On this occasion you recog1-
Ith veneration the .-acred he-
ld inspired deeds which have
[preserve your congregation
lit il i f f i c u 11 beginning
300 years and which have.
Striking accomplishments in
inri community service. May
In llii- anniversary, renew
Ird'r your faith in the reli-
Brinciples which give men
In in do nood work, and
in turn, intensity the mean-
religious principles by bring-
em alive into personal ex-
te
Resident Eisenhower's me$-
t received, word came here
he summer White House at
Hut i he President has ac-
u invitation to attend a
Itenan dinner in New York
lobi-r JO.
dent Ben-Zvi, in his mes-
loti the role American Jews
Wayed in providing aid to
pan Jewry and to the State
and continued: "Ameri-
**s can be proud of their
past and of the outstand-
Mevements of their sons in
* land in the fields of eco-
industry, labor, science,
lire and the arts especially
[the great immigration ex-
panded their numbers from hun-
dreds of thousands to millions in
recent generations."
(In Jerusalem. President Ben-
Zvi delivered an address over the
Israeli radio's national network in
honor of the American Jewish Ter-
centenary. Rabbis throughout Is
rael will preach special sermons
this weekend in observance of the
American Jewish Tercentenary.)
Representatives of famous Jew-
ish communities in other parts of
the world came here to attend the
special services at Shearith Israel,
which were conducted by that syn-
agogue's spiritual leader. Rabbi
David de Sola Pool. The visitors
Continued en Page 6 A
Vishinsky Hits UN Assembly
With New Threats of Veto;
Lodge Defends U.S. Position
By DAVID HOROWITZ
AJP
UNITED NATIONS Andrei Y.
Vishinsky, returning from" a vaca-
tion in Moscow and fully briefed
by his bosses in the Kremlin, made
his first appearance here at the
UN Friday. His return marked the
resumption of the "cold war" in
all its fierceness. On the eve of
the opening of the Ninth General
Assembly, it was not a very' pleas-
ant beginning for the discouraged
The American Jewish Tercentenary began early this week
with special proclamation ceremonies at Congregation Shear-
ith Israel, of New York. Principals shown are Ralph E. Samuel,
chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary; Rabbi Simon
G. Kramer, chairman of the Tercentenary committee on re-
ligious and educational participation; Rabbi Harry Halpern,
president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America; and Dr.
David de Sola Pool, Rabbi of Congregation Shearith Israel.
delegates who appear sick and tir-
ed of the perennial Soviet rantings.
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge,
Jr., had asked for a Security Coun-
cil meeting to take up the recur-
rent and unprovoked shooting
down of U.S. planes by Soviet
MIGS, and he used the latest inci-
dent of September 4 as the basis
for his complaint. Inactive ever
since the bitter Arab-Israel de-
bates that ended in deadlock, the
Council convened again only to
open old wounds.
As soon as Ambassador Lodge
finished presenting the facts on the
plane attack, the old Soviet prose-
cutor took the floor, resorting to
all the propaganda tricks for which
he is so famous. And no one can I
say that he did not do a good job.
Observers here call him an old
master in the art of the "Big Lie."
They have learned to know Vishin-
sky as they knew his predecessor,
Yakov Malik, whose "Big Lie" at-
tempt to prove that the U.S. was
guilty of bacteriological warfare in
Korea had fallen on deaf ears in
this same Council.
Although Ambassador Lodge had
I presented the- ik& case with re-
j -train! and asked for nothing more
than that the Soviet Union should
negotiate in good faith for a set-
tlement of claims or to consent to
an impartial adjudication of the
issues by the International Court,
self-righteous Vishinsky. in his
usual acid manner, accused the
United States of the very things
the Soviets were being accused of,
charging that the U.S. planes had
fired first. All this, of course,
struck a familiar note with ob-
servers here.
All were reminded of the tedious
Egypt is Warned to Cease New
Aggressive Acts in Negev Area
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel warn-
ed the Egyptian Government this
week that continuation of Egyp-
tian attacks on Israeli lives and
property would result in "un-
pleasant consequences."
The warning, uttered by the Is-
raeli military spokesman, coincid-
ed with a meeting between Maj.
1
BULLETIN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Jordan
troops stationed on the walls of
the Old City of Jerusalem in the
Mount Zion sector fired into Jew-
ish Jerusalem Tuesday. The shoot-
ing began early in the morning
and continued intermittently until
noon. Despite provocation, the Is-
raeli troops on guard in the area
held their fire. United Nations
truce boservers were alerted to the
situation early. In Tel Aviv, an
Israel military spokesman reported
that the Jordan shots had caused
no casualties among the Israelis.
" Mosfc.
rwrtaws foroys
Gen. Moshe Dayan, Chief of Staff
of the Israeli Army, and Maj. Gen.
E. L. M. Burn*, new United Nations
truce supervisor for Palestine, to
discuss the recent Egyptian forays
in the Negev area.
A whole sesies of attacks in the
area was culminated by the de-
struction of an Israeli water pipe-
line serving Negev* settlements
the second time this pipeline had
been damaged by a landmine in
recent weeks. A UN truce observer
found tracks of four men at the
scene leading toward the Egyptian
lines.
The Israeli military spokesman
charged that the recent Egyptian
attacks in the Gaza strip area indi-
cate that the Egyptians, after hav-
ing secured British agreement to
evacuate the Suez Canal zone, are
attempting to increase tension
along this border. He urged the
United Nations truce staff to in-
sist that the Egyptians in Gaza live
up to their armistice agreement
obligations. He also suggested that
UN observers take this action now,
instead of waiting for new mur-
ders and acts of sabotage.
Since September 2, attacks by
Egyptians in the Gaza border zone
have accounted for the murder of
two Israelis, the wounding of two
more, the blasting of an important
road bridge, the stealing of a herd
of cattle and several attacks on
Israeli vehicles as well a- nester-
day s disruption of the pipeline.
Meanwhile, the Jordanian au-
thorities stepped up their propa-
ganda campaign against Israel,
utilizing the Jordan Israel Mixed
Armistice Commission, from which
Israel remains absent, as a sound-
ing board for charges of aggression
against Israel.
On one day this week, Jordan
made five new complaints against
Israel to-the commission which is
composed only of Jordan represen-
tatives and I.t. Commander Elmo
N. Hutchisen, U.S.N., its UN chair-
man. The complaints charged vio-
lation of Jordan air space on two
Continued on Page 7 A
Andrei 1. Vishinsky
. cold war resumes
Arab recitals accusing Israel of
their own crimes. "The Israelis, of
course, fired the first shot," was
the oft-heard statement of Charles
Malik of Lebanon. Now Vishinsky
was doing the same and he even
implied that I-odge was a liar. The
good-natured Ambassador, of
course, took it in stride. As the
debate proceeded he was supported
in his position by most of the other
delegates.
During a recess, this correspond-
ent had the occasion to chat with
the UN Ambassador. Referring to
Vishinsky's vituperative tirade,
Lodge said with a smile, "Oh, I am
used to that, and I'll be able to
handle him all right."
The Security Council meetin','.
which heard Vishinsky openly
threaten the delegates that he
would invoke the veto on any ac-
tion that they may take since
he claimed that the Council wa-
incompetent to deal with the mat-
ter ended in a deadlock, and this
is exactly what the Russian wanted.
Judging by this almost wasted
meeting, one might well anticipate
what will happen in the forthcom-
ing General Assembly over such
issues as Indo China, Red China
and all the other East-West prob-
lems which have divided the world
into two spheres.
Jewish Women's Conference
Awarded Top Club Honors
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, Tues-
day received first prize in the
Miami Herald's ninth annual press
conference for Dade County club-
women.
The prize, a silver punch bowl,
was handed to Mrs. Aaron Kan
ner, Council president, who accept-
ed in behalf of the organization.
Council had entered the press con-
ference in Category A service
to Dade County at large.
Some 500 women were present
at the Top O' The Columbus Tues-
day morning. When Herald man
aging editor George Beebe an-
nounced the silver bowl award, a
ringing burst of applause, led by
club editor Roberta Applegate.
greeted members of the Jewish
women's organization.
Project which earned the Miami
section top recognition was its pro-
gram of education for the totally
blind in pre school and school-age
groups.
Until now, totally blind children
were sent to St. Augustine for their
education. Through the efforts of
Council's 750 members, their edu-
cation program is now being inte-
grated with local public school s>
tern facilities.

"
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PAGE 2 A
Miami Physician
Reports Success in
Skin Transplant
The first successful and lasting
-plant of skin from one labora-
tory animal to another has been
In i Miami physician, Dr.
Ifelvin E. Levinson,
Dr. Levinson and Dr. Heinrich
Necbeles succeeded in their expert-
in Michael Reese Hospital in
and reported it last week
to the American Physiological So-
i at its meeting in Ifa
Wis
\ praduati of Miami High School
and the Universitj of Miami. Pr.
naon i the son of Mr and
Mr< Louis Levinson, 1906 SW 21st
.-t He said the key to their sue*
nras the use of nitrogen mu>-
in the animal receiving the
According to the youthful physi-
cian, -kin grafts drop off after a
few weeks, since the receiving ani-
sends out antibodies t
the strange tissue in the same
manner as if it were invading bac-
The nitrogen mu-tard seem-
tard the manufactui
the ai m the hite blood
cells." Dr Lt d.
ssful trans tat n of
skin fi her i>

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PAGE 3 A
\S. Sees No Evidence of Hostility
fflNGTON' (JTA)
EptftDX
The
i ,,,n "find no evi-
ETJn> Arab rtatt is capa-
Ifedrous ol -u.taininK an
TC piove against brael,
looupa from ilM ',i'r,s "f
Vm and others complain-
E state Department about
led States policy of arm-
Arabs are being informed.
I |, Department la sending
Cots copies l,f a form let'
_, lt Public Service Divi-
ted'AiKJiisl 19- which de"
6lU.d States policy in the
rf letter, the State Depart
Ed (hat oliM'rvation of U.S.
J, bear out public state-
ly Egyptian Prime Minister
fluMi that Egypt "has no
or desire to launch an
gainst Israel." It was indi-
u,i the Department will con-
i expedite its program for
[the Arabs. "In this area."
laid, "the Department con-
unrealistic and dangerous
i preparations for security
pending final solution of all dis-
putes which may axial among
states in the area. '
The Department maintained that
it continues to be friendly to brael
and regards "the step by-step re-
duction <>! tensions between Israel
.nut toes/ Arab neighbors as an es-
sential element in our objective
to strengthen the area as a whole
We believe our present policies
serve that objective."
The view was expressed that it
is in the security Interests of the
United States to arm the Arabs 11
was noted by the Department that
assurances would be required that
arms will not be used for aggres-
sive purposes
State Department press officer
Lincoln White said this week he
thought Israel is among the Near
Eastern states being considered as
poeeibk recipients of U.S. arms
grants.
White, meanwhile, made known
that while no recent changes have
occurred in the U.S. arms policy
in the Near East, this country is
Ismith Leaves
Israel Stay
open house given in his
bii daughter, Mrs. Ernest
|t. Paul Goldsmith, of 1601
ive bade farewell to his
|here before sailing on the
Usalem lasl September 8 for
loldsmith, who has lived in
Miami for the
past eight years,
i- originally from
Des M o i n e s,
la where he re-
.-. sided for over 30
Jf y,'''rv
He plans to re-
main in Israel for
one >ear. This is
his second trip to
the Jewish State
within the past
three years. He
months there in 1951,
time his granddaughter,
llores Chemoff, joined him
le ma "ii tour with a group
kr Judaeans,
loldsmith plans to stay in
Lhaim. near Haifa, with his
at the present time.
jmith
Shubov Honored
r Women, Club No. 2. will
B n September 23.
|m a! the Royal Palm llo-
Manya Shubov,
from a tour
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lactively considering extending
arms grants to various States in
the area He declined to specify
[which states were under considera-
tion \'h.n asked to list them.
the danger of Soviet aggrcv.ion
IB the Near East, White said, made
it imperative to move forward to
strengthen the region militaril)
He cited a letter sent last month
, to Rep. Emanuel Celler as defini-
tive of American arms policy. This
J letter, written August 11 by As-
j sistant Secretary of State Thurston
Morton, outlined America's rea-
sons for arming the Arabs. It said,
"we fail to find evidence that any
Arab state is desirous or capable
of sustaining an aggressive move
against Israel."
White announced that the State
Department had delivered a
strongly-worded oral representa-
tion on the alleged attack against
a Jordan village last week to Israel
Charge d'Affaires Reuven Shiloah
who was asked to come, to the
State Department for this purpose
last week. White said that the Is-
raeli diplomat had been told that
the United States viewed "the re-
ported Israel military operations"
with "great concern." He said Is-
rael was informed that the Depart-
ment recognized that infiltration
j from Jordan constitutes a serious
problem to Israel but that Israel's
| "apparent policy of retaliation
which has been condemned in the
past." brought about increased
rather than decreased tension.
Shiloah was informed that the
United States believes peace can
, best be achieved in that region
! through measures to decrease ten-
sion. The belief was expressed by
J the State Department that retalia-
| tory raids do not accomplish those
; objectives. Hope was expressed
; that Israel and Jordan would co-
i operate peacefully.
!
Robbi Akivoh Chill
Rabbi Chill to
Officiate on Beach
Rabbi Akivah Chill, of New York
City, will conduct High Holy Day j
services at Congregation Beth Ja-.
COD, it was announced by Mr. Mor-
ris B. Frank, president.
Rabbi chill, born m Brooklyn,
New York, received in- Bachelor
oi \n- degree at the Cltj College
I of New York and studied at Ye
ihiva Torah Vodaatb and the Mir-
ror Yeahiva in Poland, where lie
was ordained.
He comes to Beth Jacob after
serving at the Bast 5411) Si Syria
gogus and the Jewish Center "i the
Bronx. New York.
Rabbi Chill is married and the
father of two yotUlg children.
New Club Chartered
After approval of Dad-' County
Circuit Judge Marshal C Wise
heart, Circuit Clerk E. B. Leather
man this week mailed to Andrew
Yarady. president of the Hungarian
American Jewish Club at Miami
Beach, 1511 Alton rd.. the club's
registered charter of organization.
Jewish Women's Conference
Appoints Chairmen;
Discusses Civilian Defense
Mrs. Aaron Fair, president of
the Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade and Broward
oqi joj sue|d pauinno 'satiunoo
coming year at a recent meeting of
the board of directors of the organ-
ization which comprises more than
80 women's clubs.
The following standing commit-
tee chairmen were appointed: thet
Ifesdames Leonard dlasser. ar-
rangements; George Cohen, civil-
ian defense; Irving Cypen, commu-
nity affairs Nathaniel Levin, inter-
faith; Stanley ('. Me> el's, leader-
ship institute; Benjamin Meyers,
legislation; Matilda Ratner mem-
bership; Monte Selig. parliamen-
tarian; Mrs Irving Lehrman, prob-
lem clinic.
The Ifesdames A. Frank Wellins,
program; Ben Zlon Ginsburg. pub-
licity; Al I.ozoff. hospitality; Har-
rj Kaufman, registration; Milton
Sirkin. resolutions; Morris (lolus-
kin. telephone; Sidney Stiller, vet-
terans administration volunteer
service, and alternate. Sam Good-
man; Julian Weinkle. year book.
Miss Gloria Hooten, of the
Greater Miami USO committee,
was introduced by Mrs Farr and
made an urgent request for volun-
teer workers. Civilian Defense and
the part Conference will take in
its over-all program,was discussed
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LED MINDLIN ..................................Newsjdito^
The Jewish
Tercentenary
This week marks the beginning of the Ter-
encry celebration in the United States, the
observance ci the passing of 300 years since
Jews first settled here.
History tells us that it was a group of lews.
flee na from persecution in South America, who
first set foot in what was then the Dutch colony
lew Amsterdam. Apart from showing the
rcir.ge of Jewish dispersion over the cent...
event emphasizes c people's eternal strug-
gle to discover for themselves and their de-
scenders an atmosphere in which the human
ccr.science could function freely.
It was the raw material of such an atmo-
sphere which the 23 fleeing pioneers did find
here. An intearal aspect of the Tercentenary
celebration will be the relating of Jewry's sig-
nilicant role in further fashioning that atmo-
sphere, in contributing to its full emergence dur-
ing the Revolutionary War und in nurturing it
since those bleak days cf battle aaainst Eng-
irr.d until this very period in our history, when
the United States commands c position of lead-
ership end dignity among free nations of the
world.
The Jewish story in America is one of dedi-
cated citizenship through decades of peace
.: war. No chronicle of the past 300 years
ccn be complete without a detailed accouMting
;iose noble Jew r well-being, end frequently their lives, so
this lend end its democratic princ
mighl forever flourish. Su '. | will
read like an
.ess.
.
S.milarly. the tale c: Jev
political, cultural educat md eco-
lical phases of this nation
must bring upon the Jewish people prcise of
the highest order. No field c: end< i hu-
man enterprise ccn be fully represented w
out relating to it a host c: ibutions.
But it is not praise that A: Fewry set
during the Tercentenary ceie.
cr. accounting of their selflessnes ae of
which Jews would delineate, Rather, the
entenary, which will be conducted through
May, 1955, is a period dedicated to Jew
gratitude for c notion which it helped build
cr.d whose collected conscience respects its
own spiritually and individually.
President Eisenhower in c Tercentenary
message to the Jewish community o! the Unit-
ed States this week, put it well when he re-
marked: "May you. on th.s anniversary, renew
: ardor your faith in the religious principles
which give men strength to do good work."
"or it has been precisely this ability to em-
brace with dignity these principles and to act
BATES"
By LEO MINDLIN
U B S C B I
On* Year
13 00
P T I 0 N
Two Veara
!!? .nth.t<
Friday. September
Volume 28 ^ jg_ ^
TUESDAY OFFICIALLY MARKS THE END of
ay, we iU cease thinking in terms of vacation! fo. !
, KturM n- to srr.,- o( restand solitude end qm,.. cit^sj^Li
m K-r W book m ur heed becomes too heavy for July and Augusthea?'
Number 38. boc* ^.^ c-rved ^ jgj h ,,
took personal offense at the insult heap< l upon at
brought
to a high point of creativity and productivity
ir. an ancient and reverent history.
In this regard, the Greater Miami comrnu-
nity is currently preparing to participate in the
national Tercentenary celebration. A commit
tee. headed by Rabbi Joseph Narot, of Temple
Israel, hes been busily engaged in making
plans to bring home to the area this story of
benefit and contribution during the 300 years
which have elapsed since Jews fust settled
here.
It is a time for all of us to study the past and
c template the future. Jewish emergence in
the United States, nurtured by freedom and
good will, is a cornerstone in such a study.
Miami's programs during the Tercentenary
celebration will emphasize thai fact.
We win retain w u ........ -^ "" "' "" euvnj and fa,
winter program^.
Virtually. e will be doing nothing that was not done duri
Mai rammer; for the lassitude of vacation days in s,.,.mjn.1:"l
is no lonfer. If we dreamed away the past fett month.
so as i result of custom rather than luxury. Truth to tell, th^T
few luxurious moments during which we could honestl) v,in^,
the tasks at hand Summer was upon us. but to a ,, Pj|, '
work made more complex by our constant intcrrofaioil
m i xtenl and purpose and by a dogged refusal tu w '
it- i'
All we could sunnlsti was that Miami had cl ^e citti
11th traffic that challenged in complex mfal
, i winter visitors Indeed, m took occasi '*
years and turned from our for. .^ J
with an Insistence one only expect- rom it la |
i rj
In short all things remained the same; then was. ro
abatement In the demands upon u> Only our psychi radfaiaa
direction ol quietude and. sometimes, indolence in- nota|M|
I,.It i- not tor the passing of a season but for th. \
\, \t year's summer may be even more insistent than lad fctfl
u, 5nan not bi able to amid our duty.
THIS PARADOX WAS, IT MUST be admitted u
th.- manners .f man than were several others we noticed th:wg|
enforced if lethargic observation. ThereeVc tn be p
and the fell season will insist upon that quality In us two
which caught our attention. Most humorous, and r
therefore most didactic, was the case of Israeli "Ra\ A if MojaiL.
whose visit to the United States elicited a storm of editorial ojee^
Gen Dayan came here, it must be admitted, at his and the)
specific request to study US military' Inatallatioei Sis
ously. his Iraqi counterpart was also in Washington, receivaf|
erican government honors and being flown at our expetseL,
untry to the other in the style to which no Aral
a rich Arab is at home accustomed. Gen. Dayan. reports infa
,,- advised b\ the State Department to travel by commercial!
and to pay as he went.
When in the lace of the Iraqi's being awarded COVtJafl
Greater Miami Section, National Council of decoration it became common knowledge that Gen Dayaan
h Women this week won top honors b pie to hop an Eastern Airlines clipper like an) urdiun/i
B conference for Dade tal. ourprei
Talc was rightly so, and editorial writers surmised propenjj
St |t< Di ; ailment bad really gone out of it- wi cement k
can-A rah League cam#a%rie. The June issue of the \ mental
oBmittee's TCa port "from Israel" remarks The letaiti djf
en' in the t'ntti-d States are known by sow. and :- ta
li.,re h .rmfrrl ttrl|raLar1e4ninre--i on in I r
3r*nrer] (ustl; honor. Until inaMded ... leliberati iirfult
Iren here were forced to go BUT VOL. 7, NO. 9, OF "The Jewish Agent quoted
to Si" Augustine for their education. But the al home August 8 as saying U InertW
oroKU 50 members in the Greater M. repotted on the circumsti
rtainl) > !t nothing of it in our eonl I i*htl
ID tour was purely for study In a tr.endly
ourselves, and all courtesies due in such circun
full] lie added "
N a this nia\ an excellent example of militarj nun
l aves much lo be desired as an espial
. rnment's indelicacy in the matter reach'! a low
international relations even for the Dulles St..1' Iv;>artment
so true that tin. many of us were not. as the AJ. report i
full) cognizant of all the details attending Gen Dayan
interpretation of that treatment could only depend upon a
understanding of the circumstances under which the
t.>ur here had been arranged. It is not far fetched to *
few in our ranks either publicized or. knew about tl*|

III. cues proper cause for us to wonder about Ik*t
of intellectually dishonest means of pressure and their ratal f"
issue the) presume to enhance. Our genuine and, a- w. considerM
Shcnct services Saturday at midnight rrfark criticism of American foreign policy in the Near East h-rdrjr
the opening cf the High Holy Day season, when Israel good when such criticism is not based upon irreproachabkl
Jews will v Hebrew New Year 5715. l!<" met*!) weakens other and more enterprising of "ur[7
c 'lat ions m the Affaire IS -Arab League-Israel and makes each I
blichot weh affords us the opportunity for objections, no matter how valid, suspect.
^S^S r"r ?nSC,,e,nCeS' exCn?:nmVh! P5t BUT AMERICAN JEWRY WAS NOT the only element *>!
year ana contemplating on what the future dulged in the pleasures of laaredoxkel feetosy during the n0*
noias in store, irus period of awe and rever- State Department is similarly guilty. Our governments
ence is a pen.tent one in the highest sense. Egypt and other Arab countries, while putting an end tot
Fnr in BiUt.l c^\,____. .v Operations Aid scheduled for Israel, provoked a controve
For in suently seexing out the corners of our throughout the world If the State Department has. as set*'
. we pay hommage to humanity's drive able, embarked upon a course of brotherly love with the set
then it seems to H
run grace, if not eoj
ions, spiritually and intel- the sliep and arrows of offended opinion, wherewr it may I
lef'j Hope He's Gol the fire Extinguisher
An Award lVsrvMl
a nmtn annual press
Ccuntv clubwomen sponsored by the Miami
HeseicL
The award was made Council for its program
of education fo: the totally blind in preschool
: school-cge groups in Dade Count
crni area heve come up program for
these children wl ow being integi
into cur local pul bool system.
Council has t: i ied the praise of the
community. Its members once again de:-
te the ex'ent to which Jewish organizations
livities oi the area
rrge.
They also bring home cogently to us
rclc- I :-.- ... the ; ivic life of our
sin-hoi Nerviefn
freely according to the dictates of their consci
er.ce. even as their neighbors have done and toward self-determination. But we also humbly bll,c and at ,he MPens of the Jewish State, t
continue to do. that has brouqht American lews recognize our limitations, scirituallv onrf int.1. ;lll'UlK.C.ertam.ly ** PrePred.to.. Vth
recognize
lectually.
itself and without becoming either schizophrenic or apologetst
TV,i,. r,./,.-.i..i <~ .v. Tnp (act remains that our leadership can no longer truly
Thus, gra.aful lor tne independence of the to insist upon its impartiality in the Near East. The physical I
will, we nonetheless admit to the error of hu ,"'nl development of iU policy there is counter to such I
man failing, affirm our faith in the ancient ltt,vete ,n ,he f*ce of ,hi* "> *"" "'>' ""fj J
Drincioles of luHnim on^ ... u anc,eni > ington has taken upon itself a life of duality as a result of
principles of Judaism and seek forgiveness for spirit has weakened before the fleshpot that is Egypt The *
our faults.
---------------.. ..^ ...shpot _. -
psychic paradox, has been further compounded b> the MJ
ment's return to moral impulses in sn area where the) have r
Penitence the key to the High Holy Days, known to exist before international relations
is clso the key to the progress of mankind No ThlJv Washington insists upon apologies for
people can rely on independence of w.ll and ,HhrT'rVbTU8hly Am'ric,n ' the Drincinl*. r uT, Br"-"n s,r Winston, we insist there is no reason for u> iomr
ine principles of rj.lf-determination. alone, civiliiatioa and to be impolite to the man whom we are aboe1.
Where there is no humility bofore the noblest fu,e Faced *> countless number of complaints abouiir
of achievements resDect accorrfH nr. i "k ,ssl"-'he State Department now has a form letter t'o*^
values there ran Cl I aCCrd'd mral I ,h "hie. briefly explain, our government's posi "* J
values -- there can be no human continuum There is no chance of I' S. arms in Arab hands being -i
the history of tyrants proves this adequately ,$raH Arab haalen hare promised fair play. Rampant u
Slirhnt BaHtnl^. "uM ^ f"n,a'ned The Arabs can help achieve that end. um
bhchot Saturday will serve to remind us all onl> lnt their -.Made in America" weapons at ^pic'**
that our desUr.y must as surely be based unnn n,,,U Mowhile, shells again fell Tuesday on J''rual!rJ5f
H'- Ihese are the peradnses ot aummer Perhaps with the arrr-
with our visi a "f vacation, they shall have fled
apidtuod facton cs upcr. cny ethers


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FRIDAY, SLTTEMBq
President Greets Tercentenary
Continued from Page 1 A
included: Rabbi S. Rodrigucs
Pereira, who heads the Sephardic
Community of Amsterdam, Hol-
land; Rabbi Bueno de Mesquita. of
Surinam, Dutch West Indies; and
Captain William Sebag Montefi-
ore, representing the Sephardic
Congregation of London.
Representing the overall Tercen-
tenary committee of Three Hun-
dred, which has been planning the
observance for more than two
years, was the Tercentenary chair-
man, Ralph E. Samuel. At the
services at Shearith Israel mes-
sages were received from many
Jewish spiritual leaders throughout
!the world, including Chief Rabbi
Israel Brodie, of (Jrcat Britain; and
Rabbi J. Tal. Chief Rabbi ol the
Ashkenazic Jewish Community of
Amsterdam.
Virtually every organized Jewish
! group in the United States on
all levels, national, regional and
, local has scheduled a large VU
| riety ol events forming part <>f the
Tercentenary observance, which
I will last until next May 29.
The National Jewish Welfare
Board announced that its lecture
bureau has made special Tercen-
tenary plans which include the
scheduling of speakers in many
communities, and aid to local Jew-
Ill Samuelt
Samuels Named
Choir Master
North Shore Jewish Center an-
nounces the appointment of Eli
Samuels, well known musician, to
the post of choir master.
Samuels comes to the Center
from New York City, where he
worked with cantors of world fame,
including Yo-ele Rosenblatt. Pin-
chik and Hirshman.
Samuels directed the choir at the
Brooklyn Jewish Center for three
years, as well as at Temple Eman-
uel in Patterson. N.J. He received
his Music degree in 1924 from
McGill University in Montreal,
Canada
Samuels is now training a choir
of 12 voices, WOO Will chant the
liturgy at the High Rolida) sen
ices, .is well as throughout the
year.
Tropp Named GMJCC
Assistant Director
Appointment of Emanuel Tropp
as assistant director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.-
was announced here l>> Kfraim H.
Gale, executive director of GMJCC,
Tropp was formerly director of ac-;
tivitiea of GMJCC for the past two
years, a position which was ter-
minate.I as "I September 1.
In his eapacin at assistant direc-
tor. Tropp will work with the exe-'
CUtive director and will be respon
sible for supervision of the various
programs conducted by GMJCC at
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center.
Town Branch. Beach Branch and '
extension programs at Hialeah Mi-
ami Springs Jewish Center. Coral!
Gables Jewish Center, Jewish
Home for the Aged and other pro-
grams.
Prior to coming to GMJCC,
Tropp served for three years as
activities supervisor of the Lynn
Jewish Community Center, as well
as on the field work faculty of the
Boston University School of Social
Work. He is a graduate of the New
York School of Social Work of |
Columbia University and is an ac-1
tive member of many professional j
associations, including the Ameri-1
can Association of Group Workers
and the National Association of
Jewish Center Workers.
He is married and the father of
two daughters. 4
Miss Chatterton
To be Honored by
Beach Council
Miss Ruth Chatterton. star ol
stage and screen, will be presented
with a membership in the Council
J of Jewish Women. Miami Beach
, Section, at the initial membership
tea of the group to be held Tues-
day. September 21.1:30 p.m., in the
home of Mrs Alexander Kogan,
3722 Royal Palm ave.
Interest in racial prejudice, par-
ticularly directed against Jews, has
long concerned Miss Chatterton,
whose novel on this subject
"Homeward Home." brought her
literary recognition several years
ago. The actress is also noted for
her service to United Jewish Ap-
peal.
It is in gratitiude to this
achievement that Miami Beach Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, takes pleasure in present-
ing her with a membership in our
organisation," the hostess explain
led.
The public is invited to the tea
on Tuesday, if they are interested
in the work of, and possible mem-
bership in. Council.
vV -ft
1 Trip to be
Awarded Here
"Get joiners for Council and see
j the world" might well be the slo-
gan of Council oi Jewish Women's
membership teas to be held on
Tuesday. September 21, at 1:30
p.m.
This is the offer of Council- na-
tional headquarters: to award a
round-trip ticket to the triennial
convention in New Orleans, sched-
uled for March 20 to 25. to the
member who secures the most new
members before January. 1955. ac-
cording to an announcement by-
Mrs Aaron Fair, membership co-
ordinator for Greater Miami Sec-
tion.
Hostess for Beach members will
be Mrs Alexander Kogan at her
home. 3722 Royal Palm ave Mrs
M. B. Rood. 845 Catalonia ave will
be hostess for the Town Division,
Chairmen a re Mrs, Sidney
Schwartz and Mrs. Irving Hirsch,
for Beach and Town respectively.
Mrs. I! 11 rstein to
Be Installed
Mrs-Manuel Burstein will be in-
stalled president of Mount Scopus
Group of Hadassah at ceremonies
on Sunday evening, September 19,
8 p.m., at Coral Cable- Jewish
Center.
Rabbi Morris Shop, spiritual
leader, will be installing officer.
Others to assume posts are the
Mesdames Eugene Friedman,
George Lillian and Irwin lias, vice
presidents; Louis Rubin, treasurer
Mark Bernard, corresponding sec-
retary.
The Mesdames J M Fishman. fi-
nancial secretary; Joseph Shapiro,
social secretary; Aaron Sillier
blatt. recording secretary; and Joel
Belov, parliamentarian.
Miss Yaffee Rosenthal, Israeli
student at the University of Miami,
will present a dance program, and
Miami attorney Joseph Pardo will
sing.
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.
A. A. Pekelner. Mrs. Samuel Sa-
krais, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah, will
bring greetings.
Ufa centers, VMHA's and YWHAi
, ihe planning ol taut programs,
pageants, meetings, rallies, book
review presentations, adult inst
lute-and other event- The Jewish
Hook ( ouncil. also sponsored bj
JWB. has prepared s specul wr-
centenarj exhibit, titled W
Years of Jewish Literature w
America "
\ Tercentenary statement was
Issued here by the Jewish Labor
Committee, representing more than
500,000 Jewish worker- in AH.
and CIO unions. Adolph Held.
chairman ol the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee, announced that a -pedal
television program dr unaticalh
depicting the role played DJ Jew
i-h labor in the building 0i Am"
ica will be broadcast on Septcm
ber 26 Later this Fall. Mr Held
said, a -pccial edition of the Jew-
ish Encyclopedia will be issued In
Yiddish and English giving. In his
tone perspective, 1 repeal on the
contribution- ol Jewish labor in
helping the American labor move-
ment M S whole and the American
Jewish community in particular.
1
Nn
A. B. WIENER, president of Dade County CPA's. pre*,
citation to J. S. Seidman. president of the New York,
CPA's. as Robert H. Altemus. President ol Florida CPA's. 1
on. Seidman is also chairman of the Committee 011 Ffc
Taxation of the American Institute of Accountants and
consulted by the House and Senate Committees on the I
enue Act of 1954. He addressed a special meetinq of thet
CPA's at the Algiers Hotel lasjt week. Some 300 persoa]
tended.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Anna H Berow, 280 Euclid ave .
Miami Beach, 1- at home after visit-
ing friend- and relative- in Hot
Springs, St. Louis, < hicago, Detroit,
Albanj and New York.
Mr and Mr- Sol S Goldstrom
have returned to then home alter
vacationing in North Carolina for
-i\ weeks
At Duncraggan Inn. Henderson-
ville, N.C., for the month of Sep-
tember are Mr. and Mr- Marcel
Dreyfus, Miami Beach, and Mr and
Mrs 1 Lesser and daughter, Mimi,
ol Miami.
Mr and Mrs Harry Gordon and
Mr and Mrs. George Feller return
ed Wednesday from a two week va-
cation In Cuba and Mexico.

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Weidberg,
Miami Beach, have left Paris,
France and are enroute to Mon
tecatini, Italy, during a tour of
the European continent Dr. and
Mrs Weidberg expect to be home
in mid October.
Mr and Mr- Benjamin App.l. ol
1805 Lenox ave. are on an extend-
ed vacation including Sa:
Springs and New York, where they
plan to mark then- 30th wedding
anniversary. In for the occasion
will be tin ir son-in-law, Karl Pert-
noy.
Vision Forum
Slated Here
A large delegation of school
teachers from Dade County is ex-
pected to participate in the 1954
Children's Vision
Forum at Coral
Gables Senior
II 1 g h S e h 0 0 I
Auditorium on
September 18.
aicording t 0
an announcement
from Inrun
chair m a n Dr
Stanlej Fromra
ol Miami Shores
The H <[> V p,. a*,
program, which
1- open to all teacher- and princi-
pal- of Dade County, is designed
to acquaint tea. hers with latest rr-
-earch and techniques on visual
problems as related to education.
Under sponsorship of the South-
e..-t Florida Optometric Associa-
tion, the forum is being underwrit-
ten by the association as a public
service and will feature panel dis-
111.-ions by educators, child psy-
chologists and vision specialists.
Dr. Lois B Bing, of Cleveland.
expert on children's visual prob-
lem-, will address the lorum.
Emanu-El PTA to
Hold Tea Wednesday]
Opening function of the 1
for the Parent Teacher Asso
of Temple Emami-H if |
"Room Mother- Tea" to be I
Wednesday, September 22. lt|
at the home ol Mrs, Harold 1
field, chairman. !040 Biy dr,|
ami Beach
nouncement b\ Mr-. Benj|
Greene, PTA president.
A committee of the PTA, I
Room Mothers act as a liaMSSJ
tween the Religious School
parents nf its -indent-.
Mrs Hirschfield it
Mrs. Jerry Resnick and Mn1
cia Katz, cochairmen.
Luncheon Scheduled
Sisterhood of Zaniora .lew i-h
Center will tender welcome
luncheon to Mr-. Edith Hurwitz,
newly chosen chaplain ol the Sis
terhood and wife of Rabbi B Leon
Hurwitz, Zamora spiritual leader,
on Wedm-day. September 22. 12
p.m.. at the Center.
Mrs. Ross Opens Offices
For Counseling Service
Mrs Laura 11 Ross, AB. MRS, an-
nounces the opening ..1 her office
for counciling in marital problems.
child gui.lai.ee and l.imily rela-
""'i- in Room 519, Lanmford Build-
In Miami.
A psychiatric social worker, Mrs.
Ito-s has over 17 year- of experi-
ence in direct contact with clients
She is a graduate of Columbia im
Verstty, New York School of ML
Cia] Work, and is | member of
American Associatlom oi Social
Workers, Psychiatric Social Work-
ers and Medical Social Workers.
Masada Schedules
Dance at Monte Carlo |
Miami Beach Masada
Adult Zionist District
second annual "Harvest
I dance at the Monte Carlo
Sunday, September 19.
Music will be provided by]
Novak and his. Continental I
j tra. Dancing wilj -tart at 9|
Proceeds of the affair, ac
to Jerry Miller, president,
to Masada"U project 111 bratL]
Silver Agricultural Tr."
School.
Chairman of the affair wilf
Leila Gross, assisted bj
Waldstein, (Hon., WaldDUn,
erly Sperling, Stanlej Jomiwibij
Selma Schenkman
enlarged. Robert H Fi!e com ~ 1951' nOW ^"^
manager, revealed uiis weekZW ^^ aod ^^
bility will be more than ^Xt a nlTsl^l!?^ ^
erator scheduled for operation 2 1956 kUWatl gen-
Mrs. Meyers
Given Award
Mrs. Anna Brenm r U
attorney and member of the
County Board ol Public Ifl
tion. was recently presented'
a.pearl medallion by Iota A
Pi sorority at the international
ganization's bi-annual convew
held in the Roney Plaza Hotel
Banquet speaker at the con
ing function of the wtfOnOl
vention. Mrs. Meyers wassurw
by the presentation -W A
Pi's alumnae achievement a>
which is infrequently given_
which she received tor her
civic contributions.
Mrs. Meyers spoke abort Ml
cent trip to Sweden, where sn.e
elected vice president of
Lawyers of the World.
Rho chapter at the ***
Miamf received the Hannah J
bin Joseph sterling silver cup
the most general P***" j
chapter also won the l* 1
for outstanding activity in ^|
curricular work, as c
scholarship and service.
Mrs. Eli King, of Miami, *""
general chairman of the conjj
tion, was named expansion r
man, and Miss Laura freud.]
ami Beach, president of the
er Miami alumnae chaJ*',
Mrs. Gerold Gorger, ofJke*u|)
dens. N.V.. were named c
members-at-large.


.SEPTEMBER
17, 1954
"itwlshftvrlfari
Publishes
Bulletin
bv the Bureau of
for il"' American
ntenan Year was an-
Kdem. The Tercen-
VE in 53 pages
JL on the '"''"> "f ,he,
fZ iniled Slates, special
!%-1 Miami. *-
es (or both students
pial. audio visual
"^bool activities of the
-J Year.
Centenary Bulletin also
r~ inI,..;, \merican
Teelebrate.l in the public
further c< lebration of
jy< hi the Jewish
M added material on
Rife in Ann i1' .' The Bulle-
ledited b) Louis Sihwartz-
uomiivc director of the
and is nov. availablt to
[Ucommuniti leaders at
u office i
Bureau also announced the
honof a program Resource
Mtlining the local re-
in five areas books an.I
motion picture films,
,, records and albums and
ptul equipment a
bulletin also contains l'-t
teeource agencies, their
and telephone numbers
lings ol sample materials
at the Bureau of Jewish
ion Library, offices <>f the
in Jewish Committaa, the
{(nation League, Greatar
[ewish Community Center,
ah. Jewish National Fund,
Conference ol Christians
. National Council of Jew-
?men. Temple Beth Sholom
Temple Emanu-El Jewish
Tempi.- Israel Library,
Youth Commission and
Organization of America,
I Region
Resource Bulletin also in-
material i available at the
Bayfront Library'. Miami
I Public Library and the lib-
[the Cawassity ol Miami.
>[ the Resource Bulletin
liable at the office of the
it.i program chairmen of all
Jewi>h organizations of
Ir Miami The Bureau is now
pting a special bulletin for
hei on the Jew-
ish Huh la) and a
In for P i hers Asso-
l-
PAGE 7 A
fflkmation
fcnoto all nun bp tbrSe jfrtuntt
f*trm aCHe Cits ol jtuimi Start). Jlor.ta. bv the potorr
btb in nu bo Ikrrbp btainjiatf thr 3tfo fjaU
c #qiimbr m,.m.H
&mixlA&^ Jto!&7fmjdeiurtt
mmutiir.
Jn mum Wtxrtof J bate fcwiu08 m m, ,,anb anb
cause, tbf ftrai of (*, Ctt of ftum Jfcactj (a ur afU.xrb
l*>----UC~_.lv rffcfiiwbtl.a.. 195 4.
oiu at C*> ftajL jNiamt Seach, Jlsrtba. ...
h
Torah Fund Brunch
To Set December Plan
flans are underway lor the an-
nual Torah Fund brunch sponsor-
ed by the Southeast Branch of the
National Women's League on
Thursday, December 16, 11 a'.m.,
at the Algiers Hotel.
The brunch will honor and co-
memorate Matilda S c h e chter's
birthday, founder of the National
Women's League.
Participating in the affair are
the following Sisterhoods and their
chairmen:
Mrs. Harry Cohen. Zamora Jew-
ish Center; Miss Lillian Goodman.
Temple Emanuel; Mrs. Jennie
Teitler. West Miami Jewish Can
ter: Mrs. Sidney Pozen. Beth David:
Mrs Irving Soloman, North Shore
Jewish Center; Mrs. Max fCrauss,
North Shore Jewish Center; Mrs.
Jack Finkelstein. Israelite Jewish
Center; Mrs. Miriam Sprunin, Hia-
leah Miami Springs: Mrs. George
Spector, Temple Beth Sholem, Hol-
lywood; and Mrs Ruth Gladder,
Beth Kmeth, Miami.
Mrs. Louis Cohen is Torah Fund
chairman for the Southeast Branch.

Jtaper
'.
5?
Mayors Abe Aronovitz, oi Miami, and Harold Shapiro, of Mi-
ami Beach, have proclaimed the 300-day period from Septem-
ber to May, 1955. as the "American Jewish Tercentenary" as
part of the nation-wide observance of the 300th anniversary of
Jewish settlement in the United States. Mayor Shapiro's of-
ficial proclamation is shown above.
Yaglom Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Fanny
Yaglom, formerly of 4540 Adams
ave., Miami Beach, will take place
on Sunday, September 19. 2 p.m.,
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rab-
bi Leon Kronish officiating. Mrs.
Yaglom is survived by two sons,
Henry and Meyer: a daughter, Mrs.
Ruth Cohen; three grandchildren,
all of Miami Beach; and one broth-
er, Louis Mandel, of Detroit, Mich.
Arrangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Egypt is Warned
To Stop Hostility
Continued from Page 1 A
separate occasions by Israeli
planes. One such flight is alleged
to have included 29 planes and one
to iiave oeen made by four Israel
Spitfires. Others alleged that Is-
raelis opened fire on Arab Legion
posts in the Old City of Jerusalem
and that Israelis threw stones at
i Jordanian guards on the wall of the
Old City.
It is the prime duty of each of
the Arab states to supply Jordan
with arms to use in its dispute
! wiih Israel, Major Salem, spokes-
j man for the Egyptian Government,
' declared in Bagdad during his re-
' cent visit there. Maj. Salem, cur-
! rently in Jordan, is touring the
I Arab capitals on a political and
i military mission.
(It was reported from Cairo that
Sen. Estes Kefauver, after a con-
ference with Egyptian Premier Ca-
mel Nasser, revealed that he had
i expressed the hope that Col. Nas-
ser would take the lead in settle-
ment of the Arab-Israel situation
and lifting of the Suez Canal block-
ade, ne retuseu to reveal what Col.
Nasser had replied.)
Officers Nominated
Greater Miami Chapter, National
Nephrosis Foundation, held nomi-
nation of officers Thursday eve-
ning at 2343 SW 2nd sf.
Women Voters
Slate Meetings
Yeshiva to Usher in
68th Acadeirtic Year
NEW YORK Twenty five hun- League of Women Voters of Mi-
dred young men and women, in ami Beach will launch a busy year
eluding the first class to enroll in with neighborhood meetings this
a Jewish liberal arts college for week. Information for discussion
women, will gather from all cor will be provided on the proposed
ners of the globe Tuesday. Septem- seven Constitutional
|to be Shown
..pen dessert meeting of
-' Bi i haptara of
ninc.ii Jewish Congress will
their wintei season of ac-
alonda mow 20, 1
1 the All Hotel A skit
["Congress ,,, Fashion," pro-
I > Mrs. Ritd Singer and nar-
by.Mi.. Charlotte Frank, will
1m nte.l
ber 21. to usher in the 68th aea
demic year at Yeshiva University,
according to Dr. Samuel Belkin.
president of America's first accred-
ited university under Jewish aus-
pices.
Indicative of Yeshiva I'niver-
program sj,vs joarttauous growth is the fact
that sessions will be held at four
major centers in New York City.
The largest number of students in
the institution's history will be
pursuing courses leading to more
than 15 different academic degrees
I and diplomas in fields of study
ranging from Arabic to Zoology.
le Taxpayers
e Officers
consultant Troy Haigler,
inched i fight against ex-
Pending by the Dade
Commissioners and Port
thi~ week found him-
* Jt up officers and commit-
Po aid him
officers hjs Taxpayers
'"" l Dade County are
wred.lo president; Judge
("'ll. "I H.aleah. vice presi-
. fcfc-rt I Hanley, treasurer;
f""- Marti,., Sassano,
|*fwtor.
"live board are
**'!, || Hoiman, Leon-
I- E. Braverman,
Beach Planning
i,i., i Jjffi i
Bel
secre
execu-
Amendments
which are on the November 2 bal-
lot.
Meetings scheduled are Monday.
10 am., September 20, home of
Mrs. Robert Grayson, 8834 Emer-
...ii ave.: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.. Sep-
tember 21. home of Mrs. Norman
Babel. 620 44th st.: Friday. 1
p.m., home of Mrs. Julius Breitler,
3319 Alton rd.
The non-partisan League, sup-
porting only those amendments
dealing with subjects thoroughly
Studied by its members, provides
information lor the guidance of
voters on each of the seven pro-
Sisterhood to Meet
Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
Israel Northside Center will meet
Monday, September 20. at 8:30
p.m. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Tifereth Israel
spiritual leader. On Tuesday. Sep-
tember 21. the Sisterhood will hold
its monthly luncheon, according to
Mrs. George Weisbaum, committee
chairman.
Kellers Announce Birth o* Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Keller,
1905 NE 125th St., announce the
birth of their daughter. Nancy Ar-
lene. at Mercy Hospital on Septem-
ber 9. The new arrival joins her
brothers Henry Adolph and Bruce
and sister Becky Annette. Grand-
mother is Mrs. Minnie Raff. 3230
NW 7th st.
NEPH Meeting
At Columbus Hotel
Meeting will be held at 4 p.m.
on Friday at the Columbus Hotel
for chairmen of all divisions of the
Dade NEPH Committee.
This meeting is being held on
Free Film Series
Scheduled at Library
Miami Public Library will pre-
sent for its second program in the
"Everything Under the Stars" film
series the following films on Sep-
tember 30 at 1 and 8 p.m.
Films scheduled are "Honey-
moon in Havana." which shpws the
chief tourist attractions of the city;
"Down by the S e a." portraying
nlaygrounds and resorts of Nova
Scotia; "Wings to Nassau." which
shows the typical places visited by
an American couple: and the
"News Magazine.''
Free tickets are required for this
program, and they may be obtain-
posed amendments. Speakers are
Rnhhi Icon HurWltZ available to other organizations. In
KaDDl wonnuiBiu Ftorf Honored at Zamora Renting approximately 20 local
Several hundred persons, includ-1 leagues, has adopted as its cur-
ing members as well'as friends of rent agenda one single item, Revi-
the Zamora Jewish Center in Coral ,jon f the State Constitution.
Gables, met Sunday evening to ; Discussion leaders for these unit
greet Zamora's new spiritual lead-, meetings will be the Mesdames
Robert Jackson. Elliott C. Cohen
and Herbert Brombcrg.
er, Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, and his
family.
The program consisted of ad-
dresses by Zamora leaders, as well
as by Jewish and Christian clergy-
men who came to honor the Rabbi
A musical program included Al
Wyner, violinist, and Al Rimer,
pianist.
Surprise speaker was Dr. Alex-
Beth David Religious
School in Session
Formal classes in Beth David Re-
connection with the national cam-
paign, sponsored by the President's ed at the Main Library and branch-
Committee for the Employment of. es Monday, September 27, at 6 p.m.
the Physically Handicapped, and | ------------------------------
will concern itself with the elec Iirw.LL.t Published
lion of officers and the appoint- 5 ... i .
ment of additional division chair ()n High Holidays
men. When a colorfully illustrated lit-
During the 1953 campaign, the ,i,. i,,-,n,,i rnH "\ Ha""v rMn...
Dade committee had the most sue- kah" first made its appearance lA
cessful record of employment in ; a box f Barton's CuanuKon can-
the United States ranking first djes for children almost six years
in the nation, according to Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin, executive secre-
tary.
Gables Women to Meet
Mrs. Sam Nieberg. vice president
of the Coral Gables Chapter of
B'nai B'rith announces a member-
ship luncheon will be held at the
. home of Mrs. Arthur Winkelman,
S3S- TS^S^SitSZ.: isJ^KSL X? ?
students attend three times Tuesday a,h"-^rs^dney^.e-
Miami
1 S. Valdez, Murray Fried-
. Alpert. former Miami
', '"'oner R
"Wr. t
ander Brin, publisher of the Bos- ^ an(J rect,jve an integrated program
ton Jewish Advocate, who was also ()f obrew language, Jewish his-
speaker at a farewell luncheon giy-1 torv_ customs and ceremonies. T/0 Meet Tuesday
en to Rabbi Hurvitz by Boston's Bjb'^ am| H(,ijday and Sabbath ob- (,oral G a b les chapter. B'nai
Jewish and Christian leaders prior j sl.rwiim.v I B.rj(h Women wjn hold its first
to the spiritual leader's leaving j ^^ sher# chairman of the Beth fan meeting at the new Hillel
Brookline's Temple Beth Zion. Davi(| Ynturd of education, declar- HoUSC on Miller rd. and Dixie
Dr Sidney Moss acted as chair- ed ..jn following jhis concept in hway. on Tuesday. September 21.. JJ" w'J; n
Malofl. preside '
and Abe Malofl. president, | fIl.brew education Beth David joins i 8l5 pm Mrs William Hechler,
Nat Davidow. chairman of the \ (he lnited Synagogue of America's ^gram chairman, will present a
board of trustees, and Mrs. B. conservative movement in provid- skjt -p,.,, view*"
Chesman, president of the Sister- lnK a complete religious school
hood, spoke ,n behalf of the 0*,. '"-g^tej- n^bajr of ^ ^^ Due
C. Gardner,
*'>uth Dade, and
urne. president of the I Rabbi Simon April, presideni m
mbpr Dade ( unty Prop- the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
,r~ \--.ciation.' sociation. and the closing greetings
,n(j i^n^^iinn were offered by
North Shore Lodge and Chapter
ls President of the 400-
^r"P>lan,| Heights Civic
The executive board.
1 "* stepped up to 50
ij,',fr! municiflality in
ter and" Sisterhood. student.. -
RabbiHurwitz was introduced by %^l?S?i~?T&L Bna, B'rith will hold a dance
bovs and girls at the Driftwood Room of the Nau-
Classes are also under way at the j t.lus Hotel on Sunday September
Beth Dawn Nursery Kindergarten.! 19. 9 p.m. Chairmen of the lad.es
with the"ST and15-yearolds en-1 chapter are Sally Gev.nson and
1 ied in aciivities centered around Ruth Winson. Chairman for men
fhTsYbbath and the forthcoming I Is. Jerome G. Green Mrs. George
Holiday^.The classes are conduct- Baltuch and Milton R. Mannhe.mer
ed S from 9 to 12 noon. I are respective presidents.
benediction were
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
A reception followed
gram in
the pro-
,. The new wing of school
rooms which wiU shortly be dedi-
cated.
ago. no one knew how far the idea
would go. From that modest little
leaflet describing the significance
of the holiday and of the Dredel
there has developed a unique lib-
rary of original holiday literature
for children in the form of educa-
tional leaflets and booklets which
dramatize the stories of all the
major Jewish holidays in the tra-
ditional manner.
There are now more than three
i dozen such booklets published by
Barton's Bonbonniere, and approxi-
mately 1.250,000 copies are circul-
ated annually. More than one-half
of these are distributed free upon
request to synagogues, yeshivas.
schools, libraries. Boy and Girl
SCout troops. Hadassahs and other
s e rvice organizations
I throughout the country, as well as
to the armed forces. The balance
arc enclosed in the specially de-
BMQMM noluiay candy packages for
children.
With the High Holiday season at
hand. Barton's has just brought out
a new accordian folded booklet ex-
plaining the background and sym-
bols of the holidays that occur in
the month of Tishri, under the
headings of "Rash HashonaThe
Accounting." "Yom Kippur The
Atonement." and "Succoth and.
Sh'mini AtzeresThe Rejoicing."
ST.
1


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-Jmlstncridk**
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17
Miss .loan Osheroff W
In Garden Ceremony;
\ pink garden wedding on Wed
nesday, September 8. 1:48 P m.
.1 in marriage Miss Joan
I mm' Osheroff, daughter of Mr
Ifn \i Osheroff, 2485 Merid-
ian ave.. Miami Beach, and Dr. Jo-1
seph Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs
Btnjamin Harris, Brooklyn. N. Y. ',
tbi Irvini I.chrm.in of. Tom
pie Bmanu El, officiated at the
, 1 i>io rin| enranons Cantor I'hil
(rummer assisted
; snera were Dr Martin Born
st< n and Dr Jack Bascove Beal
was Hy Harris
Bridesmaids included Carol
." ce Schwartz and Martha Jot
er, with Artene Harris acting
; i lower girt.
I of honor was Gerry
R se, and Mrs Ubert Block, cou
sin ol Ihe bride, was soloist
1 ii graduate of Miami
Beach High School, when she
t ted the 1960 Yearbook, was sec
retary Of Student Council, pro;
ol International Relations
men her ol N itional Hon
Society She also was rice presi-
I ol Southern Region, Young
at cut of Gems Chap
B th Girls
ot Boh Blumonthal AZA
;<:er.
eds Dr. Harris
Bride is Med Student
She received the Bachelor of
Science degree from the Timer
sit] ol Miami, where she was a
member of Alpha EpsihMI Delta
pre-medical honorary, Beta Beta
Beta biology, honorary, Chemistry
Club. Chemistry Honor Society
the German Club
she wrote lor the campus pub-
lication. Hurricane Newlywcd Mrs
Harris 1- sophomore at the Uni-
versal) Ol Miami School ol Modi
cine
Pr Harris received hit !;"
gree from Now York Unhi
where he joined Caducc. S
edkal honorary, German
honorary and a Biology honor so-
ciety He Was graduated from How
ard University School ol Medicine.
Washington D.C., where he was
tapped for membership in Ph:
Delta Bpsilon medical
He served as an exl ipeka
S
interned al Que 11 & neral Hos-
N Y
He is s second year resident in
Internal Medicine at Veterans \A
ministration Hospital in
The br, was styled in
white chat nylon tulle
over sal
' 1
II.......
scents
The I -red alter
5 panel* and 1

:
SI
Mrt. Jasaa* Hmrrn
Moidell. Marks Wed
In Candlelight Kites
*lrs. jack itmi't'
M.-ss Freeman Weds
Student Working on
Masters at l of M
s
Septl > '.-' Rabi-: :
tsei
Sand-
SW 7th ]
- and -. -
\.- -.
B -
the bndt
Mi asm of the bride
-r.er the bridegrooms
1 itsmaii

.
Saskaaef Ushers aarladad
-- Pastroff
brother*.
Nee Naaiarr grade-
a Mmaai Bear*
- aad attended the Uauver-
. htnani where a*ai a
s j
Sandier k 1 past president

^i the Baches**'* degree
the U of M He a rnrreatly
-4 toward the Master
there on a fettevsanp.
TV couple's hianjmuua tng> aa-'
a toar of Florida sad Lawo-
They ptaa a make their
si
I
Mr, I
Cherrvs Reveal
-
1
k
E The

Bible

I
im :
Miss Maximt Cherry
Maxine's Betrothal
Miss Sachs Becomes
Mrs. Sanford (iillis
In a double rift6 candlelight pink
wedding on Sunday, September 3,
6 p m.. at the Lincoln Manor, Miss
KVanor Anita Sachs, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Barnett Sachs. 123
S\V 31st Ct, formerly of Cleveland^
0 became the bride of Sanford L.
Gillis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
H. Uillis. 211 Wist St., and Cora-
opoUs, Pa.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs, uncle of
the bride, officiated.
Beal man was t>vfh Gillis, broth-
er of the groom. Ushers: Melvin
Bachs, ol Miami, and Monroe Aron-
sna and Sherman Hirshman, of
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Maid of honor was Arlenc Perry.
Bonnie l.evine was junior brides-
maid with Rosalind Gillis and
Barbara Levine acting as flower
girls
The bride selected a gown of
nylon tulle, ballerina length, strap-
less with a fitted bodice over which
sJm wore a long sleeve imported
chantiU) lace jacket with Peter
Pan collar Her bouffant skirt was
of tulle and chantilly lace.
The fingertip French illusion veil
ttacbed to a cloche of match-
inn lace She carried two white
orchids on a Bible Her only piece
01 jewelry was a strand of pearls.
gift of the groom
Mrs Sachs selected a pure silk
mauve cocktail gown with sweet
h< .,rt neckline outlined by In
I -equin* and complemented
orchid 1
The bride i- a graduate of Mi
High School and at-
1 the Universit) of Miami
e Uni
sburgh and Duff City
Busim ss 1 kt preset he is
in business al t or., ipolis
n and dinner were held
at the 1 inc In Manor after which
Nassau tor their
> moon.
! Mn
Ida Phillips maternal grandmoth-
er of the bride, who flew in from1
Iman, Phil-
Miss Shirk?) Phillip*.
ir M J Sachs Cleve-
land; Mr and Mrs. H Bacon, Cora
snd L mil Bornstein, Indi
anapolis, Ind.
-
The ceuff -d Ja-
r.
v
i
I v- \ cherry,
791 Biscay-i I nt cii M
U
family -.,.-,. the
ghter Max-
v
Nee Y rk
b Marine and Stephen attend
Bjrd N V
imi Beach
iple plan to
irned in Miami B<--ch dunng
the holidays
Mr Bartu.h ii the son of the
Barba>h<- New York
I r'
A reeeptw aad
aW rrremany at the

(ietzoff, Rosen thai
Kxchange \'o\vs
ru
- Barbai
Jr
- -arda\
-
Miair-i Beach and th*
\ M
Ruseathj >>:' Tampa
tx Ining Uhrrr.ar. par!
ed th doubk ring cerrr
The bno> worr a floc>r lensrh
chaatill} uce
Ped Lace n*ckiine fitted
the hipv Her headpiece *.s
raatdung Uce .,ih indeseent *e
*"** "- -*^ arned rcbaah sand
a white satin Bible
For soaaethiag old. she wore hex
,mm4Mx*heri aot,e pearl ear
n* aad her soawthiax a*w was
*aaaoad aratch. gift of tke bnde
aarv

Her oaly attetKiaM a< Miss Cya>
thsa Lor Sudako* aba wore a
Pa* ballerina Jeagtk govv sudt
*h satia pepham. tale skirt mi
matehiag jacket He, floors -*re
aw oU fHhaaatd beueaaet of
tea roses
awn, i*arf 0. S./.hr,
Sulzberg Rites
At Groom's Home
:ed Mr and Mrs Rob-
fi D SuLrber will eaatkana their
- the of Munu.
They were married Sasdav by
Rabbi Herxhel Cohen at the home
of the bridegroom s parents Mr
rs Asians Sahrbert Newark!
N J A lawn reception followed.
The hod* is the former Ana
Sala of Newark and Miami Beach.
She is the daughter of Mrs Ger-
trude Sa!a 4001 Prairie are aad
the late Thoaaas Saia.
Her mother gate her ia mar-
riage She wo** mn u .jk)-l
, JJjUfoter Mtsa wiU etuctilly lace
.bodie* Cas rfinuaLd uh
Pear.- tea* her iOasaaa
veil She earned a cascade f
Mrs. Umitri i. Cilia
Miss Gtah to Wed
Norman Solomon
Arlene Davida Gersb and M
man Frank Solomon will be
ried on November 7 in the 1
Frontenac Hotel
The bride-elect 1- thp datigl
of Dr. Myron Ger-!i Chicago. I
and Mrs. Beatrice G rsh 404Wa
1 nut on ave Miami Beach.
n h >m she resides
Mr. Solomon> paren in
Samuel Solonv
Miami.
Formerly of Chi
attended Hyde Park llijh
and the Universit; f Illinoist
She came to Miami Beach in !
and was also a stu '- at thsl
versity of Miami Her sororit|
Tau Alpha Beta.
Miss Gersh 1- currently J
staff of Kneseth Israel Co
tion, Miami Beach
A resident of V -ince:
and formerly of New Haven,!
and New York Citj
I graduated from Miami Senior!
School, received thi AB '
! from the Ohawnit) : Florid
1 1947 and the M 'Mm\
years later
A practicing attorne] since J
uary. 1953. h jateolj
I of ff School of Laa Mr
1 mon was one ol Ihe 21 ori
. members of Alpha /
j Zeta Beta Tau Iraternitj He i
, member of the ft ral Bar 1
ciation. American B-.-
Dade County Juvenile Court 1
' secretary of Miami -,-npClal
In 1949. Mr Boh s wrote |
(first case study of ..eralei
quency. covering the Jim
Court, and later -ervrd as ad
j to the League of V. ,-.- r. Votfi
North Florida.
Former tegislatt\e chai
I the Dede County Jaeenlk Co
he is a veteran of -Id Wirl
?
The ceapte wul reside ia Tampa teaaad
Mim _
5y*va Bersjer g
al atueadaati Maetm lalilwn wa*
'his trothrr, beft maiT
The
twa Ber
afus
were knaV
ia


j p^AY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1954
*-Jel$Work*to
tff
ItHirkcv. Kkhenbaimi
Wed September-I
' ,-adouhl' r.n candlelight cere-
J!c on Saturd '> 'vMnn> ^P"
J2L. 4 8 3" P m at the Saxony
H*"f vis- Anita Ellen Gurkey.
Shier of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
**"' 2472 S\V 21st St.. became
IS" hr.de ot Bernard Louis Elchen-
If m in -1 M"- Beta Eichen-
"' of Philadelphia, and the
Ire Fugrne l-ichenbaum. Rabbi
[fri-iDfi Lehrm:in officiated.
' Lt man a< Suldor Leisowitz.
pnsville. Pa Matron of honor-
Mrs Bertram S.-liRer. sister of the
Undo Bridesmaids included Mrs.
rXrt Loss, ol I'hoenixville. N
nd Shirley Ei< henbaum, Miami,
.kters of the Broom.
I I.hers ere Daniel Gurkey,
brother of the bride, and Gordon
Haborn. Flower girl waa Son BaH-
Lr. niece ol the bride.
The bridal gown of antique taf-
feta in oyster uhi,e was styled
[with fitted bodice and cap sleeves.
The Vscooped neckline was out-
lined in re embroidered alencon
lace. Horzontal Insert! of the lace
highlighted the bouffant ballerina-
length skin A liny headband of
Bitching la her veil of pure
lill illusion She carried two white
I orchids on a Bible, gift of groom's
pmdatother
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School and at-
Itended L'niversjtj <>f Miami and
[ Fl villa.
Mr Eichi is-a graduate of
: Miami and is at-
Ihere The cou-
York City for
i,i upon their
return, will ike moil home in
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[Reception lo Honor
l-coiuini BcudeU
Leonard Bendell, sone of Mr. and
Wn David bVndell. 2810 SW 17th
l, Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah
>n Saturdaj nirning, September
U. at Beth David Synagogue.
Leonard i an eighth grade stu-
*' al .n.ioah Junior High
Jfhoolai. i, Beln David Re.
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Kidriuh : relativeaand friends
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Harvey E. Finkcl.-tein. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Finkelstein,. 405
SW 22nd rd.. Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Septem-
bcr 18. at the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Alexander S Cross will
officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah. a pupil in the
graduating class of (,.,th the He-
brew and English Departmenta of
the Hebrew Academy, has been at-
tending the Academy since Sep
t.nitx-r, 1952 Prior to 'hat. he was
a student at the Yeshiva Toras
( h.iyim in Brooklyn. NY.
In the recent ping pong tourna-
ment held lor the entire State of
Florida's 12 year and under age
group, Harvey won second place.
He is an honor student at the
Academy and is also a talented
pianist.
Kiddush will follow the services
in the Academy synagogue.
Bluuners to Reside
In Miami Area
A reception and buffet dance
followed the 8 p.m. wedding at the
Empress Hotel on Saturday of
Shirley T. Shoelson and David M
Blauner. Rabbi Morris Skop. Coral
Gables Jewish Center spiritual
leader, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard I. Shoelson, 41
SW 15th st. Mr. Blauner is the son
of Mrs. Helen Marrow, 315 South
Shore dr., and Seymour Blauner.
New York.
The bride wore an imported
silk ballerina-length gown with
bands of reembroidered lace. A
lace cloche held her four-tiered il-
lusion veil, and she carried a white
satin Bible centered with white
orchids and stephanotis shower.
Mrs. Robert Oppenheimer, of
Chicago, the bride's sister, was
matron of honor in pink faille bal-
lerina-length dress. She carried a
bouquet of garnet rotas.
Best man was Jay Marrow. Ush-
ers included Jimmy Marrow. Sey-
mour Shoelson and Michael Rob-
bins.
The bride attended Roosevelt
College at Chicago and the Uni-
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versity of Miami. Mr. Blauner grad-
uated from Riverside Military
Academy in Gainesville and at-
tended the Citadel at Charleston,
S. C.
After a honeymoon in Miami I
Beach, the couple will live at 651
NE 88th st.
Stofsky, Chargaa
Mr. Louis Stofsky, of Miami, and
Mrs. Ida Chargaa, of Miami Beach, j
were united in marriage on Sun- [
day, September 12. at Beth El Con-
gregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky, spiritual leader of Beth
El. officiated at the ceremony.
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Mordecai Sheftall: The Jew of 1779
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
iHtrrf SimonhtH't ctlnmm, fnttitutinm a ttritt urtithd
I Uietkin Notahht. It btinf mvklnM by rfce Jtwiih f l,di.n
.. fut of the ttrctnfumrr c/efcroi.n of Jtwith itttltmtmt ia
,i, (/Hirerf Slettt.-Tht WfrtJ
In 1770. the Georgia Legislature refused to confirm
I the tit lo In a cemetery on the Savannah Commons owned
Uv Je> who "Sensibly had "imbibed principles entirely
repugnant l>> those of our own (Christian) religion." This
gesture of bigotry might be interpreted as anti-Semitic
had not the self same assembly rejected a similar peti-
tion tor a Presbyterian cemetery on the same Commons.
The Ancln-ans simply would not recognize the legal right
of any other denomination to exist in Georgia.
Yet sectarian narrowness was absent when Mordc
[cai Sheftall was made chairman of the Parochial Commit-
|tee of Christ Church Parish, the most important county
in the colony. The War for Independence was on. Shef-
Itall threw himself heart and soul rnto the struggle.
IfFeorgia was divided into Whig and Tory camps, and the
Iparoehial Committee soon became the de facto govern-
Iment The leader's importance becomes apparent when
(the Royal Governor James Wright in a letter to a high
|Briti>h official complains that "one Sheftall, a Jew, is
[chairman of the Parochial Committee, as they call them-
|i>|inui ami this fellow issues orders to captains of ves-
CeU to depart the King's port without landing any of
Ithcir cargoes legally imported."
In 1777 Sheftall was given the state rank of Colonel
[and became Commissary General of Purchases and Is-
Kqu to the militia of Georgia. He must have given satis
[faction for the following year the American General
[Robert ||<>we extended his command to the Continental
|tni|> ol South Carolina and Georgia. Before confirma-
tion by the Congress in Philadelphia, Sheftall was taken
Iprboner.
The liritish controlled Florida and sent out fight-
linu' contingents from St, Augustine. They effected a junc-
Itmn with tin Northern expedition that sailed irom New
York Georgia was caught in the pincers and Savannah
|fell Mordecai niicht have escaped but his son could not
satisfaction of hearing the British commander refer to
ih Vtuy great rebo1" R*ing to talk, he was
hTdrJr ,he """* Negroes. Ill Seated by
h.eddkn M,k" and denied food tor two days, his
!,a?Tr n^-?Ut (;pr" Yiddish saved Mm A lies-
toneu! nCr' d?,,*,on. hear "eone speak his native
ioi h 'ld f0relgn country- took good care of the
Jewish prisoner.
His ^^".L Speunt SCVCral mon,hs on a Prison shiP
His jailers thought it good fun to feed him pork Par
oled with others he was confined to Sunbury. a town in
-eorgia. Ultimately the British garrison withdrew and
left the prisoners in charge of Tories. Now trouble reallv
fnJ".. Co,onials loyal t0 England were far more
vindictive towards their rebel fellow countrymen than
LmJr..eSMna! soldiers of Britain. Some patriots were
killed It was high time to flee. Mordecai Sheftall and
several others managed to escape in a brig. On their
way to Charleston, they were recaptured by a British
frigate and kept on the hot West Indian island of An-
ugua. Mordecai and his son were released on their word
wn.ornot t0 fight Eng'and for the duration. They
reached Philadelphia, and six months later the parole
was cancelled when they were exchanged for other
prisoners.
Mordecai Sheftall was born in Savannah two years
after the founding of Georgia. At the outbreak of the
war, he had a farm and cattle ranch; he operated a saw-
mill and a tannery: he kept store and shipped out pro-
duce. In keeping with his environment he owned slaves.
But in Philadelphia, he was in dire need. His property,
business and slaves were held by the enemy. His wife and
four children had taken refuge in Charleston and were
in distress. He had no alternative but to petition the gov-
ernment for repayment of the money and provisions
he had advanced. Actually he had sacrificed everything
for his country. The bill for back pay and provisions ran
up to $139,000 in paper money. An additional claim for
financing an expedition against the Indians, for supplies
to the troops, and for his share in a brigantine cap-
tured and burned by the enemy amounted to 1,900 pounds
sterling. He succeeded in getting back S7.682 in paper
money, which had negligible buying power.
A Government Honor
In recognition of Mordecai's services, probably, the
Board of War did accord a high honor to his 18 year old
son. Sheftall was commissioned to take a boat through
the British blockade under a flag of truce to Charles' in
and deliver money and food to the starving American
prisoners. Mordecai managed to extract another $20,000
in paper money from the IS. Treasurer. Of this sum,
he spent S12.800 to clothe his son Inflation of printed
money did not orginat.- with the 20th century.
In Philadelphia. Mordecai promoted a deal that
promised the ready money he needed so badly. He fitted
put a schooner for privateering and obtained the cash
by selling shares in the venture. Legalized piracy was pa-
triotic. Encouraged by the government, the privateers
played haven: with British commerce, a pursuit that
influenced English businessmen to favor the cessation
of hostilities. It also brought in scarce supplies and hard
money that was still scarcer. Mordecai's venture did not
justify his high hopes. After bringing in one prize, the
"Hetty" was captured by the British and scuttled.
Jews in the 18th century were religious. Mordecai
helped to organize Mikveh Israel in Philadelphia and,
though financially disabled, donated three pounds for
building the Synagogue. He made a tiresome journey to
Charleston in order to be present at the dedication of
Beth Elohim. In his own community he took a leading
part. Besides donating ground for a cemetery, he fur-
nished a room in his home for group prayer and assisted
in the reestablishment of the Mikveh Israel Congr
tion of Savannah.
The Sheftall family had a literary bent. Benjamin
Sheftall, who came over in 1733 on the second boatload
to Georgia, left a Hebrew or Yiddish diary of his pioneer-
ing days. His son narrated his adventures in a journal,
'Capture of Mordecai Sheftall. Deputy ( omim -i
General of Issues." Mordecai s brother i.evi Sheftall. as
president of Mikveh Israel, wrote a tetter of congratula-
tions to the first president of the U.S. His son Sheftall
also left a record of his adventures
Jewish Opinion Needs
fOver-AII Representation/
Janowsky Tells Conference
POKl .IKKVIS, N.Y.The most
Urgent need of the American Jew-
h community is an "over-all body
broadly representative of the var-
ious strands in American Jewry
nd responsive to the community's
peeds and opinions."
This was the assertion of Dr.
facar I Janowsky, Professor of
jhstor) al City College of New
fork and chairman of the Com-
Ditsion lor the Study of Jewish
Education in the U.S. in a key-
lote address to the seventh annual
tembly of the National Jewish
Welfare Board sponsored National
lewish Youth Conference at Cej-
nps near here.
Assessing the achievements and
Ihortcomings of Jewish communal
activity m the U.S. during the past
WOyears Dr Janowsky said. "The
peeds 1.1 American Jewry may soon
butrun it- mean and priorities will
J be determined. It is urgent
lhat the American Jewish commu-
nity discuss in full democratic view
P,s n,T'1 and services, and that can
ntfy be done through an over-all
ppresei Hive body of American
Dr i in iwslcy noted that the
'logical security of Amer-
ican Jewrj has been enhanced by
line rise i Israel and the certainty
f'i Its existence involves no con-
il'ct ol loyalties. The morale of
JUnencan Jewry is high and the
1 uncertainty engendered
ni in the 1930s has faded."
Bern,, .| Hesnikoff, staff member
Mine JWB Bureau of Personnel
F"! ftaining, told the delegates
additional 40.000 men and
needed to serve the re-
I ational and cultural
munity -There are that many serv-
lonally in the field to
lewish community is
"Janl meeting their asking
mwmions order ,() aUract a
>lj needed equal number."
|Ir Resnikoff said.
Among the other speakers were:
. u 'orshovitz. jwb executive
r President; Sanford Solender.
JWB Jewish (enter DM
rn nd Miriam R. Ephraim, pro- I
m director, Jewish Center Divi
Old Acquaintance
Stirs Actors' Duel
A feminine acting duel is cur-
rently taking place at the Bilt-
more Playhouse in the play called
"Old Acquaintance" by John Van
Druten.
When this comedy had its first
success on Broadway, the two lead-
ing rolesthose of two lifelong
women friends, whose rivalry
' binds them as closely as the memo-
i ries of their mutual background
j were portrayed by Jane Cowl and
' Peggy Wood, who had been cxcel-
i lent friends off stage for yean,
According to reports, the nature
I of their redes, which were of al-
| most equal importance, subse-
j quently stirred up a very real riv-
alry between the actresses.
This thespian dueling opportu-
nity is being provided in the Sam
Hirsch presentation of "Old Ac-
quaintance" for two outstanding
actresses Ruth Chatterton and
1 Lois Wilson.
The theme of "Old Acquain-
! tance" is the indestructibility of
an old friendship of two women
who have little but friendship in
common. They have a concurrent
interest in the fact that they are
both novelists. But one writes
books that win praise and small
sales, while the other writes books
ignored by critics but bought abun-
dantly by the public.
A tangled love situation gives
rise to the crisis that nearly
wrecks the friendship.
Directed by Miss Chatterton,
"Old Acquaintance" is presented
nightly, except Monday, through
September 19.
fd Party Due)
net1"?1 (;-'bles Chapter. B'nai
nm Women, will have a card
rn> at the home of Mrs. Charles
LjyPw. 21 Shore dr.. on
wsday evening. September 23rd.
e' "'nervation chairman is
* wdney Siegei.
JNF Council Schedules
Slichot Program Sunday
Special Slichot radio program,
inaugurating the High Holy Day
season, will be presented over sta-
tion WMIE under the aoapteaa of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami on Sunday, Sep-
tember 19. between 10:30 and 11:30
a.m.
RaftM Moses Mcseheloff. presi-
dent of the Council, will conduct I
the program which has been ar-
ranged by Sam Prosterman. radio
chairman of the Council.
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of Congregation Agudath
Israel will be guest speaker.______I
IN THE MAIL
Editor. The Jewish Kloridian:
Of course, all Miami knows the
news that President Vargas, of Bra-
zil, committed suicide about 5 p.m.
on August 24. I am writing an eye-
witness account as to what hap-
pened.
I recently wrote about the un-
rest and insecurity of the people,
both politically and economically.
, The entire situation dealing with
corruption and pilfering of the
treasury' was attributed to Vargas.
When I arrived in Rio de Ja-
neiro, the crisis was reached by an
attempt to kill a newspaperman,
Carlos Lacerdo, who criticized Var-
gas severely. They assassinated an
Air Force Major. Rubens Vag, who
was with Laccrria. Hired gunmen
did the job, and the entire plan
originated from the "White
| House.''
The Brazilian Air Force unani-
! mously by resolution demanded the
resignation of President Vargas.
' There was censorship of news
broadcasts after the statement of
I Vargas: "1 will not resign. I was
elected by the people. Should the
Armed Forces and all my friends
forsake me, I shall resist alone. I
am old72 yearsbut determined
to shed my blood to defend my
'right to be President, which I have
acquired by election. Should an
attempt be made to oust me, I will
die fighting.''
Vargas has been the strong man
I of Brazil for two decades. He Mr*
8d as President before and in 1949
was elected again by an over-
whelming majority.
About l cm. of the morning of
August 24. he issued I manifesto
that he would take a leave of ab-
sence for three months and permit
others to lead the country back to
"normalcy.'' But at 5 a.m.. he put
a bullet through his heart, dying as
active President of Brazil.
I went downtown immediately
about 9:30 a.m.. when the news
spread. The banks and stores clos
ed their doors, fearing demonstra
lions. With the exceptions of
groups gathering and an occasional
minor riot between "pros and
cons" (the majority seemed against
Vargas*, everything was serene.
But there was trepidation in the
air. Excitement continued to
mount, and business remained at a
standstill.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Hebrew Academy Executives Meet
Penthouse of the Empress Ho-
tel was the setting for the first
meeting of the Hebrew Academy
board of directors on Thursday
evening.
"A Year In Review" was the
theme of the initial fall semester
meeting, according to B. I. Binder,
president.
Binder appointed c o mi hi utee
chairmen for the projected activi-
ties of the ensuing year.
A report was rendered by Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal, on
the opening of school, the student
body, and the newly-acquired mem-
bers of the faculty.
Herman Eisenberg. executive di-
rector, report on the current ad-
ministrative staff.
Reviewing activities of the past
year were Nathan Ginaburg, chair-
man of the house committee, and
Jack Satin, chairman of the trans-
portation comittee.
Details of the recent purchase
of additional lots at 4298 Chjse
ave., Miami Beach, and the pro-
posed plans for construction, were
outlined by Harry Genet, chairr.aa
of the executive committee.
Musical Review Due
First meeting of the Fall Seavin
of the North Shore Sisterhood v HI
be held on Tuesday night. Septem-
ber 21, 8 p.m.. at the North Sin re
Jewish Center. Program chairr-an
Mrs. Samuel Oguz announces that
a musical revue, "Call Me Mad-
am." will be presented. President
is Mrs. Fred JoMS.
Torah Needed
Beth Emeth Congregation will
hold High Holy Day services at
12201 NW 7th ave., according to an
announcement this week by Al
Cawn, president. Cawn said that
the congregation, whose syna-
gogue already includes "every-
thing necessary for Rosh Hashona
and Yom Kippur worship," still
lacks a Torah.
Recent vacationers from the Miami area, who spent the sum
mer at Camp Belle Aire, high in the Cumberland Mountaip.3
of Tennessee, were (front row) Sandra Bossak, daughter of
Mr. Saul Bossak. 3894 NW 2nd ter.; Ira Harris, son of Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Jack Harris. 4555 North Bay rd.; Claire Mager, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mager, 4555 North Bay rd.; Howard
Hansel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bunard Hansel. 601 SW 44th cL;
Howard's brother, Leonard; and Dolores Chernoff. junior
counselor, ol 1601 SW 23rd ave. Back row are Renee Horn
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Horn. 2665 SW 16th ter.;
Beryl Gillespie, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. David Gillesp:3.
439 Barqello, Coral Gables; Alan Barqteil, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Bargteil, 2486 SW 16th St.; Gloria Zwass, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Zwass, 2900 NW 88th st.; Karen SchlisssL.
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schlissel, 9132 Bay dr.; Surfc-
side; and Louis Spector, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Spec'or. 511
Mariposa st., Orlando.
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PAGE 13 A
rief Topical Vie^pfrom IsgafL
By JOSEPH SHALOM
L.tPING THE TICKER: Medics
rnc'l ver 'nereasin* nunv
0j (lur cases in elementary
,-isof Tel Aviv .suburban com-
They blame the quick
J"~n mercury following the
, hfat wave Man Bites
Department: Israeli techni-
-are helping another country
blish ne industries:
fxperl- lefl
Burma.
for the Asian ci
1
hrfxpert- 'el! '"' lne *" w
L| this week at the invitation
the Burmese .The on again
(lil,-nn employment status
- trio uf Zihron Ya'acov wine
hgt finally appears "on." Fir-
( ... thej were caught sneak
oke" <>n the Sabbath
the} weren't working,
r( the men lost their jobs at
pressure from the
inate In stepped the
mcil battled with the
r seemingly won back
for the ma'abarot dwellers.
gben the men punched in
winery they were told
iis all <'li a.^am. They were
ied Steadily the case spread
a major debate with both the
He and papers taking sides.
tiations followed. Final-
k the men were return-
ivork at the winerybut not
he wine pressing department
re religious circles charged
r status as non-observant keep-
of tin Sabbath would rendei
wir.t less than strictly kosher
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NIMAL CRACKERS: A petition
lia's P M. Nehru to help
.. Zoo yet a real-livi
floating around class
m Israel grammar schools
th* one major animal missing
i-t week the T.A. Zoo sent 15
inging (via airline, that is)
Vienna Zoo. The shipment
p.'tul repayment by Israel
jgHan,.'' for several monkeys
tjf received from Austra-
Back to India for a few
BtKacThe arrival this
/of a celebrated Indian tiger, the
center of a controversy. A gift
from Nehru, the tiger drew the
growls of Arab politicians who urg-
ed (unsuccessfully) that India can-
cel the present to the Israel zoo
. June graduations in Israel this
year were not limited to schools.
Proudly strutting about a parade
ground in Jerusalem following sev-
eral rugged hours of final exams,
a dozen clever canines were given
"diplomas" upon completion of an
intensive year1 o n g training
course. The dogs will aid defense
. Bee raisers in Israel, scream-
ing they've been stun" too severely
by taxes, are begging for an ease-
off.

STRAWS IN THE WIND: An in-
teresting situation may shape up
soon in light of plans by a number
uf Israeli Moslems to make Un-
holy pilgrimage to Mecca. The I-
rael Government is prepared to (a
cilitatc matters but what the hos-
tile Saudi Arabians will do when
their brethren show up at the bor-
der for admittance with Israeli
passports is anyone's guess L'n-
Agriculture is talking up produc-
tion and export of puree. Chief
customer will be England New
uses being found for citrus leftov-
ers. About 60 tons of citrus spray
exported to Turkey by a cJiemicals
firm while 340 tons of orange peel
Czech-bound The new (and
only) English lingo mag to hit the
Israeli new-stands this week
("Frontpage") was a complete sell-
out. Among the eye-openers: a re-
ported split between P. M. Sharett
and Defense Minister Lavon .
?
FROM "DEATH" TO "LIFE":
The salts of the Dead Sea are help
ing safeguard the health of Israelis
thereby furthering life-spans. In a
Standard Factory building erected
by the Palestine Economic Cor-
poration, oldest American invest-
ment firm in Israel, a new com-
pany known as "Elcctro-Chior" is
processing D.S. salts in order to
produce chlorine, a chemical used
in purification of water. The stuff
l- .l-n used for bleeching purpo-e-
Typical of the many varied new
enterprises whose operations are
made possible because P. E. C.'s
derwater fishing, fast catching on Standard Factories offer complete-
all over the world, is finding many
new goggled enthusiasts to oogle
the private lives of finned friends.
Coastal Nahariya the latest Israeli
community to organize such a club
. Snazzy three weeled autos now
being assembled in Israel ... A
strike by firemen in citrus-me-
tropolis Petah Tikvah spurred hun-
dreds of volunteers to offer serv-
ices in snuffing a series of brush
blazes Plaster unearthed in
Eilat, the tiny southermost outpost
of Israel, is fast replacing more
expensive and water-absorbing ce-
ment Murmurs followed Gov-
ernment's crossing signals by au-
thorizing the shipment of sorely
\y serviced industrial space at mod-
erate rates to stimulate the growth
of small business, the "Electro"
outfit is a "Little UN"truly an
"Ivy League." Its investors hail
from "Ireland, "I" taly, and "I"
srael. The firm operates on a 24-
hour basis
Meets
Diaz on Tuesday
Rugged Joey Klein, of New York,
and Miguel Diaz, a Cuban detec-
tive, will meet in a 10 round return
fight Tuesday at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Klein, a two fisted slugger, was
stopped by Diaz in two rounds here
six weeks ago. The young Cuban
slashed Joe's eye in the second
round and the bout was halted,
with Klein requiring five stitches
in his right eye.
The defeat snapped a winning
streak for the East Side fighter and
also cost him a television bout.
Klein is more than anxious to
avenge the setback.
Joey has beaten such opponents
as Vic Cardell. Rr>cky Casillo. Fred
dy (Babel Herman and Pat Manzi.
When Diaz isn't punching his
welterweight rivals around t h e
ring, he is fighting crime in Ha
I ana Miguel is one of the youngest
detectives employed by the Cuban
government.
A fast-moving, tireless campaign-
er, Diaz has lost but two fights in
28 pro battles and has sent 20 of
his rivals sprawling to the canvas.
Professionals Passed
Among accountants who have
passed the CPA examination this
year were Albert L. Stokes, Helen
W. Adelman, Louis Kasoff, Miami;
and David B. Hipsman, Charles H.
Bretholtz, Norris L. Friedlander
locally needed scrap iron to Yugo- and David L. Kline, Miami Beach,
slavs Eager to avoid a repetl- Architects registered include
tion of last year's dumping of sur- Joel Meyer and H Maxwell Parish,
plus tomatoes which appeased the
farmers but brought howls from
other quarters, the Ministry of
Miami; Robert L. Glasser, Miami
Beach: and Arthur A. Frimet, Hol-
lywood.
Jacob Schachter
Schachter Marks f
25th Year on Air
Listeners will hear a special pro-
gram on Sunday. September 19,
over radio station -'WMBM, when
Jacob Schachter, Florida's pioneer
Jewish broadcaster, celebrates his
25th anniversary on the air.
Although only 10 years of his
service as a broadcaster were in
this area, Schachter can still re-
member when he broadcast his
initial program from a vacant thea-
tre in the Bronx, New York, over
WBMX, 25 years ago.
Arriving here in 1944. Schachter
was signed by station WBMY, Coral
Gables, to direct the Jewish Var-
iety Hour. Subsequently, he join-
ed WMBM, and has been broad-
casting every Sunday from 12 to 2
p.m. ever since.
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1y Klein
50.000.000 Visit State
Last }ear, more than 50,000.000
Americans visited Florida's nation-
al parks, forests and state and
local recreation areas.
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FRIDAY, SEPTOmi, 1T
Bonds Seek 851.000.000 in Sales mmg^mm
MEW V' RK A cam-
Mi. 000.000 in the
tour noaths I Israel's in
stri
... _. .
B nda mu inaafur-
lay at th
enhii
E nd- which a
lb community leaders from all
wintry and Canada
- Tie $24,000,000 h. r been
rd 'he S75.O00.0O0
1954
The campaign was launched in
rt -pon>t to pica- in person and
through n 'r"m ''
itical and economic lead. I
i .ding Premier lloshe Sharett. Fi-
nance Minister Levi E>hki>.
. -,or of the Israel State Bank Da-
vid Horowitz and Amb;
- Eban. The parley also heard
from Henr> pfontor and Julian B
Venezky. chief executive officer
and chairman 'if the extcut:
-pectively. of the bond drive or-
ization-. and from two delega-
tions of American communal
who recently toured I>rael
Mr Eban. who ea> just retuned
e in Jeru
told the delegates that the m
balance of power in the Middle
-o laboriously achieved at the
<\pen>e of 1-rael blood ar.
sure, was in mortal danger if the
Arab I strengthened mili-
tarily at this lime If this precar-
- balance were up^et. he de-
clared, then issues ol -uch pro-
lity and urgency a> we have
ne\er known since 1948 would
a.ain arise in their fullest urgen-
and dirm -
The Ambassador, 'ir.fier-conng
America's foremost role in helping
e-tablish the State of I-rael and in
helping ll set its finance- economy
and security on -*rong foundations.
Studies Added to Music
The Yomen Music Studio. 1800
Michigan ave Miami Beach. h<>-
reopened with the study of har
ny. theory and compi
added to the piano course already
conducted by Margaret Yomen, di-
rector.
According to Mr- Yomen
. arranged for pupils
rious levels of musical devel-
opment

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Mr I
n the
........
-ticularly in th
der villages
In a me-- .- I tl
..lled for
ficat.

in the baianc- 'he
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policy of arming th
I -
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the M B>
helping to render I-rael in
nable. and by derr. faith
in her future, it d
..nd pron pros
tractive {
Mr. Hoi I i
nal expert, outlined thi
nomic or.- frj in
the Confi
listed the "four mam
nomic policy iri
1 Th-
men" -h population iron:
the Diaspora into i-r.
'-'.
of this new population. 3 Tran--
ition of thi- trai
ulation act.....
Duntry; 4 Transformation ol
the country, and the expansion of
it- productive faciii"
scale applicat: pita! and
skill"
SHKOTH
Sat., Sept. 1" 1,:0 MMaiffct
BOSH HASHONA IVE
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POSH HASHONA
Tvrsday and Wednesday
Sept. 28th and Jttfc :!S BJU.
KOI NtDlf
October 6th 4:30 p.m. J(
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October 7th
Beth Emeth Party
Sisterh.....I oi Beth Emeth Con-
ion will hold a card and mah
paitl on September 20. 8 p.m..
i,t the Biltmore Terrace Hotel.
To Sponsor Ploy
Sisterhood or oral QpU
I** n,'r *'" iponior -null
Iquaintance." .Urnn, Rulh *|
tattoo, oa Wednesday wenJS
temtH-r 22. at the B.|.mr, *
BOOM Mrs Herbert R
charge of rHiattoi
SUNRaYPAB
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LEGAL NOTICE
Beth El Women to Meet
ptionBetn El
will b
21, al 8
pm. in D \ Mi n
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A social hour
will f
t CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
VTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN
CMANCERV. No. 172ST0
ANNK M \ i R '' MU Phlattff,
Course on Beach
A former Julhard M ..-
student Mr- Yon,..-!, has tor the
past three year- conducti
nual Children'- Mil i
ram ii Mian I bV ach.
Ben Yomen. I mpos-
er and teacher, will din
. .
in re;- rl
Rabbi Caplan to Speak
Mr- Frances I llian. president of
the k hood, this
thai the first open
ill be
r 21, 8
pm. m thi all ol the -:na-
: hi Jonah E Caplan will
B'nai B'rith Women
Open Season Tuesday
mi Chapter, B'nai B'rith
the -' .'-on with
luncheon and card
mtinental restaurant
on Tuesdaj noi ~ mber 21.
Ii chargi ol reservations are
Mr- \ '/. Alpert and Mrs. Leon
Arrangements will be in charge
of Mr- Mike Fon \
a Hankin, Mr- Ben Sie-
! Botl and Mr-. Jack
1
I to make it even more
minium
convenient for you to
bank
by mail
We NowTiujTbttoge'Bolk fopf
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Phone or stop in today and ask for our new
postage paid Bonl< By Mail envelopes, with deposit
slip and receipt attached. Then, oil you have to do is
fill out the attached deposit slip, enclose it with your
^deposit ond drop the envelope in your mail box!
Immediately upon receipt, we'll mail you your deposit
receipt together with forms and envelopes for
your next transaction.
Incidentally, did you know that we were the
first Miami bank to offer the convenience of a Bonk
By Moil service?
Start using this time-saving, money-saving
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^mAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1954
+JewlstiFhrkHnn
icademy Buys
lew Site
,r |(,t owned since 1920 by
, Tashiro, pioneer horticultur-
L, a| 4298 Chase ave., Miami
Larh. were acquired by the Great-
ly Miami Hebrew Academy for the
i icli.-n >.f a new school. The
lradpmy also owns three adjacent
JpU purchased last year from the
tut,, Nursery.
Td,. ncw building will enable the
Cadeno to accommodate more
!(,., son students, compared to the
limit of approximately 250 stu-
l.nt- l ""' present building at
klStill"^
"The Academy, a co-educational
| school, offering an American
Cd Hebrew curriculum, has been
breed to turn away students for
kfl of -pace." B. I. Binder, presi-
dent, said Plans for the new. en-
Brnid school include a complete
Ibrary. spacious classrooms, gym-
la-iiim and science laboratories.
In taking title. Binder assured
pjhiro that the numerous Royal
\\m trees, planted by his father
bmc 30 odd years ago. will not be
estroyed during construction. The
tvhitectural plans of the Academy
for the prcservaTlon of the
Mfl palm-.
Present al the consummation of
pr negotiations were Binder, Har-
Genet, chairman of the execu-
immittee, and Herman Eisen-
|egregation Viewed
egation and the Constitu-
,i! will be the subject of an ad-
I iven to the Young
lult League of the Greater Mi-
wish Community Center, i
own Branch. Thursday evening.
|rptember Zir<\. 9:30 p.m.. in the I
inter- lounge at 450 S\V 16th-i
c Quest speaker will be Rollo E.
irkeet, Miami attorney. A dis-
I period and social dancing
also be included in the eve-
pC's I'rogram.
PAGE 15 fi.

KofP Lodge Wins Champion's Trophy
Miami Lodge No. 176, Knights
Of Pythias. as awarded the cham-
pionship trophy this week for win-
ning the fifth annual Men's Soft
ball Tournament sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Cenfc r.
Ted Kaplan, physical education
eommitte chairman at the Center's i
Town Branch, in announcing the I
award, congratulated t h e team |
headed by Kd Bramson, captain-
manager, for its "fine play and
good sportsmanship."
In the final contest, the Knights
of Pythias team defeated a team
representing Carl's Food Market.
led by Paul Hurwitz, which had
won the second round of a double
round robin engagement. The tour-!
nament was under the direction of
Abe Rochstein. physical education
supervisor at the Town Branch.
The following eight teams par-
ticipated in this tournament: h'.i-
ami Knights of Pythias, Carl's Food
Market, Beth David Congregi
Coral Cables B'nai B'rith, Roo
velt Knights of Pythias. GHJCC
Young Adult League, Center Inde-
pendents and "The Unknown-
Members of the winning tean
are F.dward Bramson, Marvin Lew-
is, Alan Kessler, Donald KotttU
David DuLou, D. Robert Koltnow.
Marvin Kupperman, Edwin Blum,
Hal Older, Albert Kahn, Dona
Kabool, D. Robert Lewis, Lar. >
Grossman, Bill Seidman, John
Roth, Edward Kelly. David Gott-
lieb, Charles Danzig, Marvin
Adirim and Sparty Kaufman.
Arrangements concluded for the purchase by the Hebrew
Academy of lour new lots for its future site. Left to right are
Fred Stanton, Herman Eisenberq, Joseph Tashiro, Irving Firtel
and Harry Genet. Seated is B. I. Binder, Hebrew Academy
president.
berg, executive director.
Due to illness, Shigo Tashiro was
represented by his son. Joseph, a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami.
The attorney on behalf of the
Academy was Irving Firtel. Fred
Stanton. representing the firm of
Copeland, Therrel and Baisden,
represented Tashiros.
Holy Days Discussed
Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiritual
leader, will be guest speaker at a
meeting of Tifereth Israel North
side Center Sisterhood on Monday
evening at 8:30 p.m. Subject of his
talk is: "Custom- and Tradition- of
the High Holy Days."
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JMen's Softball League Championship Award, in the eight-
team contest sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, was presented this week to Ed Bramson (left),
captain manager for t},e Miami Lodge, Knights of Pythias.
lOtenng congratulations is Ted Kaplan (right), the Center's
AK^" Branch Physical education committee chairman, while
y> Rochstein, athletic supervisor, looks on.
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BAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1954
SECTION B
ihnilarity of Diplomats at UN
Elicits Much Humor, Confusion
klTED NATIONS (AJP)Dur-
[a recent Security Council meet-
la foreign correspondent turned
this writer and inquired in
jzomctif What is Israel's Dep-
|Bepri tentative. Mordecai R.
Ln. doing in the British sec-
[ The writer turned his at-
Ln to the United Kingdom
fcjation. and indeed there he
L| a gentleman sitting with Sir
[son Dixon who looked the
Le of 'I"' Israeli diplomat.
bme momenta later, however,
Jriddlc was solved. Another
\gnc. the same height, figure,
ring and facial expression
j to the mustachewalked into
[chamber and seated himself
i to Ambassador Eban. This was
real Mordecai Kidron. The oth-
Park E. Allen. United Kingdom
Isor on Security Council Af-
. turned out to be his double.
|bl<- ar.' known to exist, but
r>m .it such close proximity.
|> IN delegate and correspon-
. has more than once confront-
he rnng manwith apologies,
ting an interview with the
Jsh-appearing Israeli recently,
writer asked Mr. Kidron
I hi felt having a double in the
United Nations. He said that when
he first discovered that a leading
member of the British Delegation I
resembled him, he was quite amus-
ed, but whether or not the Arabs
were amused or liked it, he could
not say. Mr. Kidron admitted, how.
ever, that at close range the di*
cerning eye could make a distinc-'
tion.
Turning to a more serious note,
your correspondent inquired of
Mr. Kidronwho is currently head-
ing the Israel Delegation in the ab-
sence of Abba Ebanhow, in the
light of Jordan's walk-out. he view-
ed the present Security Council
deadlock on the Palestine Ques-
tion. "The Council is bound to con-
clude this particular chapter," he
replied grimly. "It cannot ignore
its duty." He indicated, however.
that "it was unfortunate that while
the Palestine item still figured on
the Council's agenda, the issue is
hanging in the air. The Council is
the 'key-stone,'" he said, "to the
whole Armistice system, and it
must take steps to restore the Arm-
istice rules.
"This system calls for peace, and
it is incumbent upon the Security
Council to utilize all its powers to-
seal ZOA Leaders in
Top Regional Positions
ymmir B. Liebman, M i a mi
In attorney and civic leader,
[been reelected for a second
a- chairman of the adminis-
L'e committee of the South-
ern Region <>f the Zionist Or-
kalion n| America at the re-
conference held in Jackson-
fbman is vice president of the
m Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
chairman of the South Flor-
Kioni-t Organization of Amer-
oordinating board, chairman
he Florida Confederation of
list Districts and is on the
|kcr- bureau of Bonds for
I
beted vice president of the
on is David Goodwin, of Mi-
each, former president of Mi-
[Beach Masada Young Zionist
fict and publicity chairman for
iliami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
and for the Zionist Youth
nission. Goodwin is also active
he Hibiscus Lodge and the
fchts of Pythias.
Schafer, local accountant
[also a former president of Mi-
Beach Masada, was elected
for. Schafer has been active in
K local and regional Zionist
fcils Morris Simon, immediate
[president of the Coral Gables
ist District and treasurer of
[South Florida Zionist Council,
1 elected assistant treasurer.
pcted from the Greater Miami
to the Regional Administra-
Committee were Mayor Har-
[Shapiro. Joseph Pardo, Harry
nd s A. Goodman, all mem-
"f 'In Miami Beach Israel
ist Di-trict, Daniel Cravitt and
Hurewitz, members of the
' Gables Zionist District, Irv-
[Saai. ,,i ihe Miami Zionist Dis-
David l.'cbman, of the Miami
P-i Married Zionist District,
|W """wit/, of the North Shore
Zionist District, Howard Stein, of
Miami Beach Masada. and Jacob
Harrison, of the Broward County
Zionist District.
Over 35 delegates .from the
Greater Miami Zionist Districts at-
tended the conference according to
Gil Rappaport. executive director
for the State of Florida.
Bureau to Hold
Meeting Monday
In celebration of Jewish Educa-
tion Month, the Bureau of Jewish
Education will hold its opening
meeting of the board of directors
on Monday, September 20. 8:15
p.m., in the Board room of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
First showing of the new Bibli-
cal film, "Isaac and Rebecca," will
feature the program of the meet-
ing. New delegates to the board
will be welcomed by Mrs. Matilda
H. Ratner, Bureau president. Elec-
tion of community delegates to the
board of directors and to the exec-
utive board will be held after a re-
port of the nominations committee,
headed by Isadore Shapoif, honor-
ary vice president.
The meeting will be climaxed by
a report by Louis Schwartzman,
executive director, on the deliber-
ations of the national conference of
the National Council on Jewish
Education.
The second volume of "Jewish
Education Notes" will be distrib-
uted at the meeting. This issue con-
tains a registry of all Jewish
schools, news of Bureau activities,
news of the Jewish schools with
their programs for the coming
year, and "Observations" on Jew-
ish Education Month.
Benjamin Meyers, past presi-
dent, will discuss his recent Euro-
pean tour. ^^^^^
wards that end." he declared. Mr.
Kidron made it emphatic that while
the Council cannot force a non-UN
member to attend meetings or ne-
gotiate against its wishes, two of
the leading delegates in the Coun-
cil, the United States and Britain,
if they really wanted, could exert
their influence upon the Jordanians
compelling them not only to abide
by the Armistice Agreement, which
they have flouted time and again,
but also to make them sit down and
negotiate with Israel for a final
settlement over the border dis-
putes.
"The UN delegates all know," he
continued, "that the original cause
of the present border troubles lies
in Arab infiltrations and maraud-
ing. They also know that the trump-
ed up Arab charges against Israel
are sheer nonsense "
Asked about the recent develop-
ment in the Security Council which
witnessed Soviet backing of the
Arabs, Mr. Kidron replied by re-
ferring to the "tricky Arab maneu-
vering as tactical flirtations' with
the USSR. Directed mainly against
the West in a spirit of actual black-
mail."
Like so many other young men in
the Israeli diplomatic corps and in
its military organization. Morde-
cai Kidron was born in South
Africa. Thirty-eight years of age
and married, he was educated in
South Africa and at the Hebrew
University. He joined his country's
armed forces at the outbreak of
World War II, serving until 1944.
Following the Demobilization, he
joined the Political Department of
the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem
and remained with it until the State
was established in 1948. In 1947
and 1948. he was on the staff of
the military government in Jeru-
salem later taking the post of mili-
tary governor of North Jerusalem.
In 1949. he was appointed as First
Secretary to the Israel Legation in
London and in 1950 became its
Charge d'Affaires.
Returning to Israel in 1951. he
was appointed director of the In-
ternational Organizations Division
of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Later that year, he served as ad-
visor to the Israel Delegation to
the Sixth UN General Assembly in
Paris. In 1953, he was appointed
Chief Delegate of Israel to the
Seventh Assembly of the Interna-
tional Civil Aviation Organization
held at Brighton, England.
The same year, young Mr. Kid-
ron also headed the Israel Delega-
tion to the Second General Confer-
ence of UNESCO in Paris. With
this amazing background he came
to the UN Headquarters last Sep-
tember as the Deputy Permanent
Representative of Israel under Am-
bassador Abba Eban.
This scene in Israel was photographed at Maaleh Hahamisha,
site of the formal dedication of the new Israel R. Goodman
Memorial Grove. Goodman was founder and first president
of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Mendel N. Fisher,
executive director of the INF, and other Zionist dignitaries at-
tended the dedication. The grove was made possible through
the contribution of his two sisters, Lillian and Esther Goodman
of Miami Beach, and the participation of the Greater Miami
Jewish community. Word of the dedication was received by-
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. president of the local Jewish National
Fund Council.
GLOBAL SHORTS
Proposed Christian
Amendment Killed
NEW YORK (WNS) The so-
called "Christian Amendment" to
the U.S. Constitution has, for all
practical purposes, been rejected
by the Senate Judiciary Commit-
tee, it was declared here by Dr.
David Petegorsky, executive secre-
tary of the American Jewish Con-
gress. The- resolution proposing
this "Christian Amend ment,"
| which was introduced several
I months ago in the U.S. Senate,
, caused "considerable concern" in
'. the American Jewish community,
I Dr. Petegorsky asserted, adding
I that by failing to act before the
close of Congress, the Senate
j group in effect killed the proposal
| to amend the Constitution to recog-
nize "the law and authority of
I Jesus Christ, Saviour and Ruler of
Nations."
State Department Prints Form
Letter on Near East Policy
WASHINGTON (WNS) Com-
plainants against the government's
policy of arming the Arab states
are being advised in a form letter
by the State Department that it
can "find no evidence that any
Arab state is capable or desirous
of sustaining an aggressive move
against Israel." The form letter as-
serts that observations of U.S. dip-
lomats bear out public statements
by Egypt's Prime Minister Gamel
Nasser that Egypt "has no inten-
tion or desire to launch an attack
against Israel."
s Lazarus Receives Blue Star Trophy
1-ranees>Lazarus has been village. Miss Lazarus is the initial
first-year camper in Blue Stars
history to have received the
trophy.
A*student at Miami Senior High
School, she is a member of De-
borah Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls,
and of the confirmation class at
Beth David Synagogue.
'rophy for
' ng (Jirl
Blue Star,
being the
Camper" at
Hendersonville,
1 rus is the daughter of
|n *h st \lumi.
Iaw "l is annually made to a
* m Blue Star'* teen age
Burial Place of Compiler
Off Mishvah Revealed Found
JERUSALEM (WNS)Discovery
near Beit Sheariam of the burial
place of Judah Hanasi, compiler
some 1,800 years ago of the Mish-
nah, Jewish oral law. was an-
nounced here this week by the Is-
raeli Exploration Society. The
Mishnah over the centuries served
as the basis of a vast body of Rab
binical literature. The area where
the discovery was made was a cul-
tural and spiritual center for scat-
tered Jewish communities after the
unsuccessful Jewish uprising of
Bar Kochba against Rome in 132
AD.
fully sympathize with your atti-
tude regarding the supply of arms
to the Arab states, and I shall pro-
claim my attitude on this point
clearly when I return home."
Jewish Agency Plans Settling
North Africans in Israel
JERUSALEM (WNS)Dr. Giora
Josephthal, Jewish Agency treas-
urer, announced here on the eve
of his departure for the United
States that the Jewish Agency
plans to resettle some 30.000 North
African Jews in Israel during the
coming year at an estimated cost
of 450.000 pounds. Half of the 30.-
000 immigrants. Dr. Josephthal
said, will be settled directly in
agricultural settlements and the
rest will be sent to development
centers in the Galilee and Beershe-
ba areas.
Move Initiated to Help Lawyer
Imprisoned in Czechoslovakia
TEL AVIV (WNS) A request
that an Israeli lawyer be permitted
to visit Prague with a view to help-
ing Mordecai Oren, the Israeli left-
ist who was given a fifteen-year
prison term during the Slansky
trials, was submitted this week by
the Israeli branch of the Human
Rights League to the Czech Lega-
tion here. The Czech legation was
reported to have replied that the
League could not appeal against
the sentence since Oren had plead-
ed guilty.
300,000 Pupils Return to
Schools in State of Israel
TEL AVIV (WNS) The stam-
pede back to school, marking ap-
proaching end of season and of
long vacation from class, teacher
and discipline, saw some 300,000
Israeli students return to elemen-
tary and secondary schools
throughout the country and into
the waiting arms of some 12,000
teachers.
Benjamin Meyers
Kefauver Impressed by
Progress; 'Sympathizes'
TEL AVIV (WNS)U.S. Senator
Estes Kefauver told newsmen on
leaving the country that he had
been "greatly impressed" by the
progress and improvement in Is-
rael since his last visit to the coun-
try. At the same time the U.S. Sen-
ator disclosed that he told Prime
Minister Moshe Sharett that "1
Jewish Immigrant Leaves
$70,000 Estate to America
NEW YORK (WNS)Julius Leh-
m.-inn. a Jewish immigrant from
Germany who settled in this coun-
try some fifty years ago, has left
most of his small fortune to the
t'nited States out of gratitude to
the country of his adoption, it was
revealed here 4this week by the
executor of the estate. Lehmann,
who died at the age of 92 last
June, left a will giving ail but 17
percent of his estate "to the Gov-
ernment of the United States of
America to which my wife and I
are so much indebted for the Me
sing we have received as citfamu
of this country."
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TAGE 2 B
i^ntfhricltor
FRIDAY.
SEPTEMBER
Slichot Service Saturday Night
__________..._. i_ .k .~, (nrm>l nraver service opening trie Mign nu j
Slichot services
Awe-filled Houses
leaders direct their congregation' in the first formal prayer -<-r\
Roh Hashoru will follow on Tuesday and Wednesday. September
28 and 29. and on October 6. Jews here and throughout the orld will
assemble for the Kol Vidre service prior to Yom Kippur. the Dl
October 7.
Atonement, which thi< year is on
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY SENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6.30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rev. Leo Heim will
officiate and discuss the Weekly !
Portion Mincha is at 6 p.m fol-
lowed by Maanv Rev Heim will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 45 pm Saturday
morning services are at 8 3C
uhen Rabbi Jonah Caplan will of-
ficiate and preach. Cantor Abra-
ham Seif vfll render ihe
portions of the liturgy The Rabbi
will conduct as adult class a: 4 45
pm. Mincha is at 5 31
lowed by Shal'- Saw
: Ki Mr ktaanv
tl at 6 45 p.m Slichot will t*
Mr- FraE-
: -
... be .' r.aree of a
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
6 |
at 6 pjn
...
I
ISRAELITE CES'ER
- .
-

Weatil Portiur.. Cantor Saaaael
Salkow
rioos of the liturgy V
8 pm.. followed by Shi
Slichot w;il be Si-..- mio-
night. with the Rabbi discussing
"Preparing for Self-Ex^
Cantor Salko* ill rtnoer the
liturgy.
BETH EL CONGREGATION ...
hold Friday evening sen.' -
6:30 p.m Saturca) morr.ir.i
ices are a? e 30 a .
Shmaryahu S*ur>k> will officiate
and preach on the them*- Wheat
Shad m I raphn
will be held Saturda;. at ~ ,dnight.
Cantor Fi-hel Lutn.- Bill
the musical dot
Sarirsk) will
and Sing
TEMPLE ISRAEL
hold Friday evening servio
8:15 pm with Rabbi Joseph Nar't
offmating Saturday morning
services are at 11 am. when Her-
bert, son of Mr and Mrs. Nat L
Williams, will become Bar Mitzvah.
The service will coincide with the
opening of the religious school,
grades seven through nine, attend
ing from 9.30 to noon on Satur-
day, and grades Kindergarten
through six. from 930 to noon on
Suncij.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATE wJB b d Fnday
6 15 p m Sat-
urd> seta are at 8 30
i -.
-. : Bread on the
trial

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t t
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will \
......
-
-
7 45 a i
ANSHE EMES CONGREGi- CS

-ft* _a.
CORA. UmtM JEWISH CEN-
TER v-m Doie Fnoa> ev^-nin:
Mor-
ru D i anc d:scii"
ing Wertl
j morning
sen.- 45 a m when the
Vir-
tues -d lor Sat-
urda} a:
will 'j> *. ith God and
Mar. .--: of ;. will
: n f the
- will be
kL
beth david synagogue

6 15 ;
pening
,c- are at 9 a m when Lrnnard.
MM of Mr and Mr- David Bcndell.
2810 SW 17th -t- become Bar
Mitzvah Rabbi Moses MeschH-.ff
will officiate at Sliehot servicei
Saturday at midnight. Sunday
morning service- are at 8 am.;
with daily sen ice- scheduled for
7.30 a.m. and 6.15 p m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening sen ice- at 8 30 p.m with
Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating
and preaching on the topic: The
Spirit if Belonging" Cantor Al-
bert Glantz will render the m
I the liturgy. Car
-:ember- will be distributed
rtofl H Breitbart. Hoati
at th- Sabbat will include
Ml illBIW L-adore If-hir, Dl
vid Collins Sam Gitlen and Joseph
Sau! Saturday morning services
a hen the Rabbi will
iti of Labor." Jit
of Mr and Mr- Alex
- Rubin, will become Bar
-cheduled f<>r
>aturday Rabbi Herson
In Search of God "
: Mr- Pi Vl
r refreshments
. ice.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE
15 pjJB. S
re at 9 a.m.,
-
Kiddu-h
will be at 6
-
-
Lazartts Li bn a :il of-

and 6.30 p.m Sun-
N at 9 a.m.
and 6 30 p m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Saturday morning -m
SON are at 8:30 am. when Rabbi
AJurah Chill will officiate and ad-
Joseph Howard, son of Mr-
Dorothy Kagel. who is scheduled
come Bar Mitzvah. Mincha
will be at 6 p m.. followed by
Shal..- Seudoi The Rabbi will dis-
cu-- the Weekly Portion. Slichot
ted for Saturday at
midnight Cantor Aaron Weingar-
led by a choir under the
U n of Dr. Paul Held, will
chant the ritual, with Rahhi Chill
addre>-inu the congregation.
, Cantor Rudolph E Brill Saturday
, morning services are at 9 ajn.
Slichot will be held Saturday at
midnight Refreshments will be
i prior to services at 10:90
pm Rabbi HurwiU will deliver
ennou al both morning and mid-
night services.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening BtTTtcca at 8 15 pm, with
Rabbi M M Sparer officiating and
IT.
. preaching on the them..
hood will be ho-,evJ3!
jShabbat foUowiB. ^"*
he.dSa.urda> af **R
cers of the S.Merhood Jj
coffee prior to the J~., *" '
Sparer is schedu^f
"Come to My Hou*"- to
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-Jewlstrtorkitor
ercentenary Program November
PAGE 3 B
|.f weekend of November 27
[ 28 ha- been set by the Amer-
J Jewish Tercentenary Commit-
|[r j community-wide celebra-
in (|,e Gn atofl Miami area.
Bnouncemenl m made by Dr.
i jj. Nanrt. chaiftnart'tffMhe
ittee, at a meeting ar-
led by representatives of a
wish organizations.
bbi Narot further reported
iber 27 will be dedicat-
I centenary Sabbath in
Lti-r Miami, with all local Rab-
. pating. it i- expected
j ; statement will be is-
| b> this group shortly.
community event has been
liaml Beach Auditorium
November 28, and will
i colorful program in
|h all Jew iah groupa in the area
participate. A nationally
Pji i is being invited to
Greater Miami Jewish
r
. committee leaders
imotu in the decision
I .I no admission charge
p program and that a
representative of
I South Florida commu-
J be cApected.
h i ii ions have report-
plans for program-
------------'--------------*
Lniu: to Knter
[dical School
ii :. will enter the
;. licine at the Univer-
I this fall. Alan and
I Mr and Mi Leon Ho-
i s\\ Iilih -I have been
.residents "f Mi-
|aini since 1945.
A- a youth,
J.M.iii served as
le a ntor of the
iBeth El < ongre-
Igation and did
I n > guest ap-
Ipraranees in var-
lious synagoguea
(throughout Flor-
lula and New
York.
A professional
It, the medical student has
b I in many hotels and
in lliis area. While at-
i n i .senior High School
i -tuilent. he competed
uth Florida Golden Gloves
I
i pasl president of Hillel
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YIVO, which has slated a Tercen-
tenary forum in January, the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
which has scheduled a.ftfl month
m ub^rvwiM <4jMie Terceoien-
ai > and Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami, also planning
a four week celebration.
B'nai B/rith lodges and Jewish
War Veterans posts will lend full
cooperation, according to Louis
Phillips, of the JWV. and Jack
Kiisihbaum. president ol the B'nai
B'rith South Florida Council.
Rabbi Narot has issued a call for
volunteers to serve on the pro.
gram committee for the big No-
vember 28 pageant and urged them
to contact of I kits of the local com-
mittee. Among other plans w| mi,,
motion at last week's meeting of
the Tercentenary committee were:
A junior pageant planned in
January through the Bureau of
Jewish Education, headed by exec-
utive director Louis Schwartzman,
and development of a speakers'
bureau by organizations with the
assistance ol Bfraim Gale, execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
The local committee has asked
all organizations to submit their
A. Z. A. and served as i delegate of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organize
tion." As a pre medical student at
the University ni Miami, he was
warded membership to various
honorary societies
He is a member of Phi Eta Sig
ma. highest freshman honorary.
Alpha Bpeilon Delta premeclual
honorary. Delta Phi Alpha. lan-
guage honorary, an.i Alpha Phi
Omega, service fraternity
calendar of events for Tercenten-
ary activities to Max C. Gettinger
committee secretary, at the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, 420
Lincoln rd.. in order that these
events can receive proper integra-
tion unto the general community
calendar.
Additional organizations now
actively enrolled as sponsoring
groups not mentioned heretofore
include: Temple Kmanu-EI. JWV
and Auxiliaries (Broward
County Post 613; Coral Cables Poflt
243; Miale.ih Mi.,,,11 Springs 681;
Norman Bruce Brown Post. 174J
, North Miami Beach Post 682:
! North Shore Post 677; West Miami
Post 223). B'nai B'rith Coral Ga-
bles Lodge: Flamingo Lodge; Hil-
j lei Foundation-University of Mi-
jami; Levin Lodge; Miami Beach
I Lodge; North Shore Lodge).
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aided by a member ol the crew, boards Zim Lines' S. S. Jeru-
salem in Haifa on his way to Switzerland. Rabbi Hager is
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9-Je^lftncrkfiar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBTR
17.
North Shore Building
be Finished
Soon to
North Shore Jewish Center's new ,
building, designed by M. Tony |
Sherman and lauded by architect-
as one of the finest synagogue cen-1
ten in the South, will be complet
t-d in time to make its facilities
a\ailable for High Holy Da>
ice- Kzra Finegold. president, an-
nounced this week
A Temple with seating capacity
(or 1.100 persons highlights the,
.structure, which is dominated by
a tower that houses the centra! air
conditioning system. The centers
social hall and synagogil
arated by a collapsible uali. which
can be disi
both :
With a membership drive headed
by Judge Hieodore R '
Seminary Will
Honor Friedland
NEW Y I
the J-.w.-r
i
the S
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Bav Harbor Mand* in high
it i- expected that a maximum at
tendance will be pre-ent for Ro>h
Ha-hona and Yom Kippur sei
.Id said More than 400 fam-
..Iready belong making North
Shore the second largest Con*
m in Miami Beach
he corner oi 75th
and Dicker- N ilblc
building thr.
S100.000 mongage issued bj i
Federal Savings and
tion Official- of the I


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school
in the

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Judge Silver
Named Chairman
Appointment of Judge Sam Sil
ver of Sholem Lodge of Miam
M chairman in thi- area tor U
national B na, Brith N^nUp
dme. to ^ held from November 1
December 12. announced
Iki. ireek by .lack Mr>chbaum
,,, ,| s,ith Florida Council
i Bnai H'nth Lodges
judg. Silvei has designated Mob
dav September 20. P l"r1 ;i
pluming session to be held al IM
Empress Hotel The meeting will
w open lo all Hens' I
. b,pten o! Bnai B nth
nth Florida
Silver i- i I'--' president
.. uth Florida Council and
lei i dg< and has
tied with many cimc- am
,1 jnves He president of
the Municipal Judgi \ ''"'",
nd is Municipal
\\,-t Miami
a bulwark ol
pes to em
members in the South
\n \ t'nai B'nth leadei e>
.: plan
meetii ; in-k>-
' : "'
tncl \ S which
Includes the six eastern seaboard
states and Washington. DC; Julius
Fisher of Koanoke. Va, district
secretary; Max Krotoff. of Wash
ington l> C national membership
commissioner, and Sidney Arono-
vitz. of Miami, president of Flor-
ida State Bnai B'rith Association
District field director Bob Sch-
neiderman will arrive in Miami Oc-
tober 15 and will remain through
the month of December to assist in
this campaign District 5 Bnai
B'rith has a membership of more
th..n 20.000
OK Opens Sei;
first annual meetm.
Greater Miami (5$? fl
" American ort^i^'W
day evening at th, v '
IWV Meeting Du.
Norman Bruce Brown ft.)
174mAux.l,ar>JeVi;j;J
erans. will hold a joint soj
Wednesday evening. Sepu^j
.8 pm, at the Republic*,
1947 West Flagler M
Far
Temple Z~tana B D
Hole "::_..-. Ser :es



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arranged
people, will once at
ed by 1 r Rab
binica
umbia Unit n -':-
Wiener wai B ih at Tem-
ple Emanu-El and was a leader of
youth activitii radua-
Irom Miami Beach S
High School ^- d Ned by
award- h- ntinc
the highest achievements in schol-
:p and athletic-
' bj Lehrn will
be transmitted to the dining room
iud speaker Worshippers will
also hear the traditional Kol Nidre
chant b) Cantor Philip Brummer
Saul i. mpie educational di-
rector, will direct the activity
z. Wins Chamber
Z:_"=-;;" Award Here
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Walter K.
mar. and I
Miami Convalescent Home
LEO ALLEN D rectae
135 S Mr. "2th Avt- ...
Prone* !W ana t-0271
Se*cnii*ino in Care to tie E So' i"t
Chronically III. 2* m-.- -. %,-,
ice 5>pc Deti Btrictly Octr.ig
Private ana Se^ Pi tt P-ocma.
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CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Moderately Air Cenditieaea', eaotiful Synogojue
935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
ANNOVNCfS
THAT THE OFFICI 1$ OPEN THI IMTttl DAT FM THOSE WHO WIU I
RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR SEATS, FOR THE COMING
TEAR 571S HIGH HOLIDAY
TO GET THE SEATS OF TOW CHOKE, OBTAIN THEM NOW!
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
THI OFFICE, 51-1521
The Spiritual leader
Rabbi Joseph E RacU
frail> Spktr awl Renowned Caatw
KNOWN AS
THE YtRUSHAlM
Will Conduct Services a*d Deliver Hit Sermons
Rabbi Rockovsky te Chant"iSTalkwas Saturday nigbT
{San. 1 a.m.) September Uth________
HYMAN SHIR, PruMllI SOLOMON ALTER, Vice '.tile*]
SIMON HILL, Secretary
T RfSfRVATIONS NOW BUNG MIEN FOR THE HIGH H01Y Dirt
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50 N.W. Slit PLACE, MIAMI
Call Eveningi:
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listen to
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fver Sundar, WMBM, 12 te 2 p.m.
This program it the first end has th
loront listening audience
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1415 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
ANNOUNCES THAT THERE ARE STIU SOM SEATS AV All ABU FOR 1
HIGH HOLY DAYS
m out
Completely Air Conditioned Synagogue
CALL FOR TOUR TICKETS NOW
Our New Sfirilttml leader
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
Will Cendvcf the Services and Preach the Smaaai
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Cantor Abraham Seif
Will Cheat the lirvray
REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR OUR TALMUD TOM
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LECTURES aad) SERMONS IN ENGLISH
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SEPTEMBER 17, 1954
* Jewish n^rlrtlrin
PAGE 5 B
ez Withdrawal Viewed Gravely
jBy ARTHUR LEWIS
JTA
TED NATION!* -Any move
(he withdrawal of British
Ifrom the Suez Canal Zone is
to effect Israel. The very
|,at jt would do, in the opin-
diplomats here, is to
Ihen the Egyptian govern-
fanrf the Egyptian govern-
Lf Colonel Nasser has shown
be increasingly hostile to-
i'he Jewish State of recent
L|| fan the flames of Egyp-
tionalism and xenophobia,
have inner burned low, into
iri,i. conflagration. Certain-
ould remove the one ob-
Iwhich stood in the way of
Lnce across the Sinai Penin-
Uanl the borders of Israel
I'
Lhi- i- recognized here and
tin discussed among the
ijons; yet it is difficult to
the departure'oi the Brit-
ranged in such a way
Bti-t> the Israelis. There has
bme talk here of the possibil-
sort ol I'nited Nations
but it has not gone be-
hc stage ol study at the pres-
le,
n\ case, the dismal failure of
! Council to bring about
ji !'...,-tine, and its pitiful
? iw have shaken the
| Jewish people in the
i i n ted Nations guar-
\ report prepared by the
Endowment tor Interna-
| a ih.it there dm
h ;. e In attitude
. t luted Nationsfrom
I to one ol despair.
To put it mildly, the Israelis are
disappointed with the United Na-
tions. The reportit was prepared
by a study group headed by Pro-
fessor Benjamin Mazur, president
of the Hebrew Universitypoints
out that this is due not only to
what has happened here, where
Arab attacks on Israel have been
tolerated, but also to dissatisfac-
tion with the work of the United
Nations truce observers on the
spot in Palestine.
Unfortunately, the Israelis have
also experienced what the Security
Council can do about the Suez
Canal. Some three years ago, it or-
dered the Egyptians to stop their
blockade of shipping bound for the
Jewish State through that interna-
tional waterway, but its order was
ignoredin fact, the Egyptians ex-
tended their blockade. When the
Israelis brought this to the atten-
tion of the Security Council, a res-
olution which merely reiterated its
previous order to desist *aj vetoed
by the Soviets on behalf of the
Arabs.
It is little wonder then that there
is not much enthusiasm about a
United Nations guarantee. Yet,
some such international action
must be taken for the departure of
the British forces from the Suez
Canal Zone would endanger the
Israeli port of Elath on the Gulf of
Aquaba.
There is a touch of irony in the
fact that those who once regarded
the presence of the British man
date officials in Palestine as a
cause of friction with the Arabs
are now wishing that they would
not leave the Suez Canal zone.
Still consistency was never a poli-
tical virtue and today's enemies
can be tomorrow's friends, as the
aftermath of the Second World
War has shown.
It is considered here that some
sort of declaration should be made
by the Western Powers, a renewal
perhaps of the Anglo-French-Amer-
ican guarantee of Israel's borders
made in 1950, but a renewal which
would be a real reassurance and
would include not only words but
deeds. This is the least that Israel
could expect from its friends when
the British forces are withdrawn
from the Suez Canal Zone.
Slichot services will be at mid-
night, with Cantor Neu and the
choir assisting Rabbi Okolica to
usher in the High Holy Day period.
Daily services are at 7:15 a.m. and
7 p.m.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Arie Becker will officiate and
preach on the Weekly Portion.
Class in Bible is at 5:30 p.m. Min-
cha will be at 6 p.m., with Shalos
Seudos following under the spon-
sorship of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz. Slichot is scheduled for
Saturday evening at midnight.
Rabbi Becker will preach on the
Greater Miami Will Worship at Slichot
Services Saturday Midnight; Talks Due
Continued from Page 2 B
morning services
p.m. Saturday
are at 9 a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
musical portions of the liturgy.
*
TORAH TEMPLE will hold Slich-
ot services Saturday at midnight,
with Rabbi Louis Cassel officiat-
ing. Cantor Louis C.artonhaus will
Friday evening services at a p.m. render the musical portions ol the
Saturday morning services are at liturgy.
.-.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Hon. Abe Aronovitz, Mayor of the
City of Miami. Subject of his ser-
mon i- scheduled as: "The Jew as
Ideal Citizen Cantor Mordechai
Haalinan will render the musical
portions of the liturgy, with Rab-
bi David Shapiro officiating at the
service. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Shapiro
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Dailv services are at 9 a.m.
i to Israel, Inc., 250 West
lit., New York City, the
it and one of the largest
organizations in the
has announced the
lion of Bartley C. Crum
ke presidency ol the cor-
ition. Crum. prominent
pber of the New York Bar.
author of "Behind The
en Curtain." a personal
punt of Anglo-American
omacy in Palestine and
Middle East.
9 a.m.. when Harvey, son ol Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Finkelstein, 405
SW 22nd I'd will become Bar Mitt-
vah. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
officiate. Ifincha i b) a pjn.
I Slichot services, ushering in the
, High Holy Day period, will take
place at midnight Saturday. Rev.
1 Akiva RoSI will chain the liturgy.
I Rabbi Gross is scheduled to speak
ion the topic: "The Significance of
Slichot." Sunday morning services
are at 8 am Daily services will
be held at 7:30 a in and 6:15 p.m.
*
TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold
Triday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m.. when Rabbi Irving Lehman
will officiate and preach on the
Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip
Brummer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy Slichot
services arc Saturday evening at
midnight. Rabbi I.ehrman will of-
ficiate and discuss: "Reaching Up-
ward Daily services are in the
chapel at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and preaching on the
topic: "Twentieth Yahrzeit of
Chaim Nachman Bialik." Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 a.m.,
when Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Spevack. 395 Fairway dr.,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
[ORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
Cordially invites You T Attend
High Holy Day Services
At Our Temple
320 PALERMO AVENUf, CORAl GABIES
Conducted hy
KAMI MOMIS A. SKOP
RBjJ
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Assisted fry
TNI CORAl GABIES JEWISH CENTH CHOW
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NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Henry Okolica officiating. Sub-
ject of his sermon, fourth in a
series of lectures on the Tercen-
tenary, is scheduled as: "Influ-
ence of Jewish People on Early
American Life.'' Cantor Maurice
Neu will render the Musical por-
tions of the liturgy, with the choir
under the direction of Lucille
Moore. Saturday morning services
are at 9 am., when Rabbi Okolica
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
SEATS FOR THE
HIGH HOLIDAYS
NOW ON SALE
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
A well-known Cantor will perform
the services
RESERVE YOUR SEATS
7 ts 10 a.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m.
Moderately Priced
HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS
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3198 S.W. 24th Terrace
ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT I
If you hoven't done so, pleose
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topic: "Religious Analysis of
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BETH T F I L A H CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m.. when
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-
ciate and speak on the topic:
"Need for Preparedness." At 5
p.m., the Rabbi will discuss "Eth-
ics of Our Fathers." Mincha is
scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Slichot services begin Sunday
morning at 1 a.m. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m.. followed by a
class in Mishna. Mincha is at 6
p.m., followed by a discussion of
Jewish laws and customs.
TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE
JEWISH MM IK
44 Zamora Avenue
Coral Gables
NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS
for ^
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
In Our Completely Air Conditioned
Center
Uniform Prayer Books edited by the United Synagogue
distributed to all worshippers
Skull Caps and Service Programs
distributed to all worshippers
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
Cantor Rudolph Brill
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 48-7132


The Beth David Synagogue
2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
Extends to its members and friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY MEW YEAR
We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services
at our Synagogue
DR. lOUtS I. KAPLAN
and
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will conduct Ike Services
assisted ky the Both David Choir
AIR CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE FOR YOUR COMFORT
SLICHOS SERVICES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th 12 MIDNIGHT
Gueit Rabbi Motes MoschoUff will conduct the Service
assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches
For Information, Please Call 82-4795
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
CORNER 40th ST. and PRAIRIE AVE. MIAMI BEACH
announces dignified
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
R0SH HASH0NA
Tuesday morning, Sept. 28
Wednesday morning, Sept. 29
Y0M KIPPUR
Thursday marning, Oct. 7
PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
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HELP YOUR CHAD TO GET TNI RIGHT START IN HEBREW EDUCATION
ft is one of the mast important things yon com do far your child
ENROU YOilK CNN* IN TNE BETH ISM Ail NfMEW SCHOOl NOW I
Registration Daily SHI p.m.: Sunday 7:30 to 10 a.m.
DR. IRVING MAKOVSKY, Chairman, Board of Education


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JenltffhrMtorL
J2SLIS5*bb,
Letters To The Editor
Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
Prom our daily contact! with
purchasers ol Israel Bonds, it is
apparent that there is something
less than complete understanding
of the term- of the first Indepen-
dence Issue on the part of the
public This lack of understanding
roved embarrassing and may
prove harmful unless some of the
are made clear.
Independence Issue Bonds were
sold with the dear understanding
that May, 1954, was the date on
which tin became negoti-
able, in the sense that they could
be reduced trum registered to
r Bonds a n d subsequently
sold i pen market. No au-
thorized repn sentation was i ver
ffed that the St it
..>, Financial
and Developn
time
ol the i late to re-
these Bonds i
tain special instances, These ex-
primarily, in the
of a Bond b< ing cashed in
Isr I for poui i II
th ol the d own-
er. Anj : lion to thi
tely urn


thi ;.!< thai spe
r;h the '
pie '.
ment with the State of Israel when
they are told that neither this
office nor the State ol Israel i- em-
powered i" purchase Bond- from
their owners
The prospectus of the Dew
men! Issue ol Israel Bonds pro-
vides tor the conversion of
pendence Issue Bond- I
Issue Bonds; these t>
ment Issui rnaj ,,un '"'
.., sole collati ral for ans up
to 73 percenl ol the valu<
I a i- with this aspect ol Is-
Bonds that purcha i
ently are confused, and if is on
this point thai I feel lh< comma-
!- edifii it
MANFRED L MIN
Editor, Tlie Jewish I
I h irtide wi
by the Rabbil
"
ttitude Ihi
nouncing small
in u

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I wor
permanent, with a Rabbi and can
[or or With jUSl a competent She-
luach Zibur designated by """
congregatfon to lead them m pray-
er should nol be considered a
ch,Henge to the dignity of our
faith in facl H shooW '"' lv
gpecti
when I first arrived in Miami
sme yean ago, 1 '"'"ul "nl-v ;'
:,u ivnagoguei located in certain
sections ol thecltj Todaj you win
rind a Jewish house i I worship n
almost everj par! ol Greater Mi
ami Should some section -till have
onl> a handful ol Jewish fsmihes
and desire to worship on the High
Hoi) Days in temporary quarters
within walking distant.....t their
Irish tradition
Does it t large the con-
to my
oi Hebrew li
group re Jews can
II the) so de
: no- feel thai the)
uraged b) anyone,
mi, I
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which at
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congregation I would appreciate
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Ibe Rabbinical Association. With
all due respect to the Rabbinical
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tained In the September 10 issue q|
The Jewish Klondian.
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PAGE 7T5
L League to
lar Talk on Reds
r,rl,......!,.,n-sionontheen-
iu Ini of Communism and
Tof curbing it will high-
[ .h- next two meetings of the
Lg to its president, Irving Cy-
Ld.ng over his first meeting
ft, installation, Cypen -will
Li Rabbi Irving Lehrman m
Cbbi's View of Combating
nanism" on Monday, Septem-
_E al the Hickory House. Din-
|at6'30 p.m.. will be followed
V? business wsdon at 8.
,t judce Vincent Gibhn will
L, speaker at t h e Civic
ue's October 4 meeting, at
f |jme he will discuss "Fifth
tdment Communism."
I (inc League starts Its ZOtn
Ivith some 300 members.
at Scheduled
J-Las Vegas Night" has been
Luled for Sunday evening. Oc-
131. at the Beach Branch of
Jreater Miami Jewish Commu-
Center. as the opening social
I of the season by the Young
J Outdoor Club of GMJCC, It
announced by Fred Berlow.
LEGAL NOTICE
HE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
pDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33531-B
estate ol
fcl'H IIAER, ..... '-"'.
fNOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Qf, dii nd All I'et sons llav-
\ i n-i laid
.,,,1 : you in-- hei ebj
nd n 'i ilred to pi Menl any
nda which you. <>t
have against the
iSKI'H BAER deceased
1 i.l.i, to the
| ludges ol Dad*
, i. m their <>f-
[ mt> Courthoue.
I within eight
of the
kiii.ii. Bald claims
n ih.. local ad-
,111 and to ie >' n
j Lid. Ol BBDM
J | It "I
|t'. I \' <
- .-.!.....i 9th. A.D. : I,
I /.INN.
i ol thi i-i Will
and 'I", -i.iiiiiiii of
, .11 .SKI II HA Kit. 1
AR2 a /inn
Executor
LEGAL NOTICE
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
JlCK Is IIKRKBY (ilVK.N that
ieralgned, desiring to engage In
es uri'l* : til.- fictitious mine oT
AR i" m( 13 N.W. tut
Intend to register raid name
Clerk ,-f the circuit Court of
i It-rida
flE'iRliE TRENCHER
PHII.I.II' A. FELDMAN
Sola owners
11/1.|
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
tin: is HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage In
1 the fictitious namt- ..f
ELECTRIC CO.. al ^17'.. S.W
Florida, Intends lo
Bid m nh Hi.- Cleik .,f
nun .- ,.| Dade County.
., i PATTUUK>N
fl I R KI.EI.N
Co.
.. Mm in I, Fla.
| I" !-________________________
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1,,.,. NAME LW
P; l> HEREBY OIVEN that
i" engage in
, -1- 11. II......f
I1 I II-'!.- i itKKH CO, .,i |..,,l,
P ..-i i.i -.11,1
ol the Cl
I Flon
A I- PEFINIBHERB A
I I'll" > Kilts. INC
, ,.,.\.,' '' ii'l-. i.i I".ration
'. I. \ I ,T
i1 ant
Bv"lli I'.il
I' 1-8
"NTEREST ON
SAVINGS PAID
QUARTERLY
fol>er 1-Jonuory 1
NfTlONAL BANK
1 at Washington
;;L oipos.t ins CORP
if*CHACCT TOH0 00O
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M__, NAME LAW
NOTICEIB HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned, desiring I" engauta In
i niAi. ITl i ABB, at 125 N E itisi
Hi.. No. Miami. Intend! to reglstji
mm1.'^:;,.^;!;-!;" UAV,s-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |H HEREBY UIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage '
Iwagness under the fictitious name
Kb,!;,. i "l. I,;"1' bounty.
Tuh ,k A* J J'",'"" amid namt
r i. i < l,,,k of lhe '''"u" of Dado County, Florida
A II C UKUMsllKlis a
rPMOKsTKItKltS. IM-
aaawra a^ter* ('""""""'''
Attornayi for Api.ll.ant
4M Mm-oln Read
/17-4 10/l-K
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N AN0COpr?TV JUDGE8' COU"T
-. ^_D FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. JM27-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN BHAROFF. I... o.,-..,|
To All Creditor., and All I'.r-..,,- ||.,v.
Estate* r Ue"land" **taal Baid
.Yi',iaml..",<'h ,"' >0,, nr'' haraby
notified and re.|iilr..d to preaanl any
i-lnlma and demandH whl.-li vou or
either of you. may have atralnat'the
eatate of BENJAMIN SIIAItoM. .1...
ceaaed late of llade I'miiiiy, H,|,|,,.
' lhe,,,,"nnrB,,|e founty Judaea of
!!".'' S.?'""1.- ""'' '"' ,h- >"". in
their ofrieea In the County Courthouae
In Hade County. Florida. Within tlahl
.Hl.-.idMr months from the data of the
firat iiuhiii ail.hi hereof. Bald rlalmi
I denaana* to runtain the legal ad-
dreaa of the rlalmanl ami to l (worn
to and prepented as afore-.,i.l. ,,,.
will lie l.arie.l
Date September 13, ah ujt
1>INA RHAROPT
Aa F:xe.-utrlx of the I.;..i Will
and leaiameni .if
llKXJAMIN BHAROPT
MVKKS. HKIMVN KMmSST^
Utornayi for Batata
/H'U io/i-a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 172043
LEROT WII.Ki:i:si..N, ri.unUff
v.
CLARA WIUCERHOX, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CLARA WII.KER.Si IN,
i .. llui laj I'm in, ,
Haaelhurat, M
You, CLARA WILKER80N, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce baa been filed
agalnat you. and you are required to
eerve a ropy .,r your Answer ..r Plead-
Ing to the Bill ol Complain) on the
plalntirrs Attorney, BEN KSSK'.N, H23
Beybold hi.Ik Miami, fi., and file
the original Anawer or I'lea.llnc in the
<>ffl-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the L'Tlh flav of Best em-
ber, li. If yew fall U) ,1,, -,. juda-
ment by default will l.e taken aKalust
you for the relief demand.-d in the Bill
of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla 2ith day of AuguM. A.D.
HM,
F. It LEATHERHAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By M. C. OREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN KSSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
/7 3/3-10-17
Ivril .r?.'(P.CUIT COURT OF THE
fob? r,J.H?^CiAL c,CUiT. IN AND
CH*r?rApDuEvCOUNTV- FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. kj. ,73007
MAICAIIKT VALIANT R... iKRS
vs Plaintiff
1 kMOBfl i.vo.n ROOBKB, JR.
------- I ).f.-ndant
T,, ^?T.CE.B,V PUBLICATION
IAMI..S UYON ROOERB, JR.,
aw Carrolton \\.
v.. U,xl.".1;,. "-:1"""'*-- Maryland
h i,A,!l:, HK'":i;v NOTIFIED
hi k '","'. ''"""'i..i'.i for Ulvone
has he.,, filed acatnei you, and v..u
are her.i,v required .,, aurve a copy
Vk .'mm a""",01 "' otherwise plead to
he I ill f Complaint ,, Divorce on
$''<'??'?. I,,r ""' Ptalnttff. AARON
\i^'? ': -' 8J>oreland Building,
Miami Florida, and rile the orljlnil
ffl"Ul'"""?''' or .....a.ll.iK In the
olYlce of th- cierK ..f th.- circuit
ourt In and r..r Dade c.iuntv, KVir-
!''' -Miami Florida. .... or bel.....
a ',' M'" ,f,?'! '" ''" JudKment by
default lll be taken against x.i for
. r.,''."'f Jteraanded in the Bill of
1 -...plaint for |)iv.,i, ,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this -.'Tth
day of August. 1994
B B LEATHERMAN,
CTer* of the Clreuil Courl
Dade County, Florida
By: W.\l W BTOCKINO
. Deputy Clerk
AARON M KAN.NKlt. Ran
Attorney f.ir the Plaintiff
Sit Shoreland Hldg Miami, Florida
S/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iin.lersuene.l, .1. sirini; to ei.KaKe in
bualneaa under the flctltloua name .,f
EVER READY WATER HEATER
tWa. CO.. at ami, Florida. Intend to register the
i>ald name with the Clerk ol the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN SlliAISS
./.10..7.H 0RAC" BTRAUM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the im,!. r-iirin ,i. dealt Inc to .-i |
buaineaa under the firtitloua name ..f
tmf: BTt'DfO CRAFT BHOP, al 31M
.Iran.i \\. Mian I, Inti nda lo rejrlsti .-
said name ith the I'!. r', ..f th,
.it Courl ,-f Dade Count]. Florida
I.' Mis AMI )RI .s.. in. i
MAP.l.nW. BINNAMON & MAItLOW
Itto nej i--i Appl ant
104-3 Lane-ford I
I ::-10-17-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN lhat
lhe i.n.1.1 vlftned
i j iii- ia iin.i. i the i n me ,,f
BCBTERH BAR, al 337 w. Flaarlei Bl .
Intend lo rei d name with the
. -|, k ,.f the 'ir, uit i toui i ,-f l de
County, Floi hi.i
ELI \s W, KEAN
EVELYN KEAN
KESHLER i. R8
Attorney a for AppUcanta
17- W. Fiacler
8/27 9,3-11.-17
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 5!Seo
Notice la hereby given that NA-
THANIEL W 8IEOBL an.I JULE8
PF:aRL.MAN an undivided .me half
liiterent each, holders aa assignees ol
i"lt> of Miami Tax Sale Certificate
Numbered 2IK7, dated the 2nd day "(
June, All IBM, has filed said Certifi-
cate in in. office, and haa made appll-
. an.hi for i.s deed to iaa i< thi reon
-n aooordance with law, Bald Certll
.ii. mbracea the lollowlni described
tiruperty, situated in Dade County.
I..i Ida. to-wit:
I.,.I IS, BlOCh Silver Bluff
Batatea s. t lion C, Plat H>'k
|0, Papa S6, In the Clt) of Mi-
ami. County of Dade, State ,-f
Florida.
The assessment of s;i|.l property
under the Certificate laaued ..- >n
the name of Cnkiiown 1 ill-
Certificate shall I"- redeemed accord-
n.K to biw, tax deed will Issue thereon
, n the *th .lav of '. loli.-r. A |i IM4
Dated thla 1st day of Beptl
A.D. \Sit.
T k H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk f circuit Court,
Dade County. IT". Ida
Bi N C. BTERRBTT.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/3-10-27-24 10/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173401
MICHAEL UCARINO, Plaintiff
vs.
TIIPKKSA C.1AKIN", D. fendant
UIT FOR DIVORCE
T' THERESA fll'ARINO
41 Bryant 81.
Newark. New Jersey
You are herein notified that a Bill
<.r Complaint r..r Di\,.r.. has been
til. .1 ..gainat you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy f Vni Answer oi
Pleadlna; to lhe Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, DAVID LB-
VINE. Attorney-at-l.aw l-.i N"
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answet ol Pl.-.idlna In
Um ,,ffi.e <.f ii..- Clerk of the Circuit
eowi ,.n ... b. for.- the llth aJS 04
October. 19i4. If you f.il to do s.'.
ju.lament by default HI he taken
you for the relief demanded
In th.- Rill of "'......ilalnt.
Thl notice shall be publish)
each week for four consecutive weeks
l TIIK JEWISH Ft.- .KIM AN
IkiNK AND ORDERED l Miami.
Florida, this S day of BepU mber, A.D.
"i4- It I.KMHKKMAN,
Clerk, i -ir.-mt Co
Hade County, Florida,-
B) w.M W BTOCKINO.
(Circuit Court Meal) Deputy Clerk
3/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 IIKRKBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business, under the fictitious name ol
8TANLEIGH S. at :'II4 Ponce de
Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. FTa., in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dan.-
County, Florida.
STANKKI'IH'S COVE, INC.
(A Florida C.uporatlon)
9/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that
ine undersigned, desiring to engage lu
business undei the flctltloua name of
Al N. .i.i. H FASHIONS, LTD., at 65
>. .inns Aye., Miami Beach, l-ia.
iBherry Frontenac Hotel Hi.ig.), in-
tends lo regletet aald name with the
Samr^lcterFga........"rt f UMto
--'SKPi. ZEMEL%,5>.*W,*,L
M, Lincoln Roail
Miami Ii..., h. K|a.
*.'27 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engave in
business ,|,., ,,. riclltlUa name of
..,U,.,'.-''A' COSMETMJ8 \.N|. i-i:i;.
i.M.V.a"^ '"" s w MtB Avenue,
intend to register said laame with the
r- "f.>,n': (-1"'"" Court of Dade
< ounty Florida.
HARRY KLEIN
MORTON 2 bScSel" ZIELER
ifTPL&rS..........'
9/3-10-17-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M___ NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring t,, engage In
,c,.n~., .".":' ""' "'lHli.ua name ,,f
v i.-'T,-'AIL S SUNDRY. at 1684
> -'.th Avenue, intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Ur-
i-ult Court of Dad.- County, Flo
ISMAR FRED PICK
Sob- Owner
KESSLKR A- OARS
Attorneys f..r Applicant
Ksj w Flagler St.
I 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OLVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t./engage in
buaineaa under th.- fictitious name of
I. C. HUUHEB and L. C lll'IIIKS
SERVICE STATION, at 3800 BW -'Til.
Aye., Intend to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Bade County, Florida
THOMA8 .1. W \ts. ,\
,,,., iiai-kik Hl'GHEB. Bole Ownera
HERMAN BRETAN
Attorney for AppUcanta
72 v\ Flagler St.
D 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVKN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engag. In
i.ii-iii.-- iiii.i,: the fictitious name of
COI \tv BAR, at T-.Ti W Flagh r Bl .
Padi County, Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of 1 ..id,- -..iiniv, Floi Ida
ST \NI.KV METZ
KESSLER ,v QARfa
in i for Applicant
1782 w. Flagler si.
:, 10-17-24 1" 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 172202
BETMOUR FRIEND, Plaintiff.
vs.
B8TELLR FRIEND, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T' ERTELLE FRIEND
ll0(l ( )cean Pa: kg a V
Brooklyn, New York. New York
You are hereby notified that a BUI
,.r Complaint for Divorce has been
f.ie.i agalnsl you, and you are requir-
ed lo tarva ,. cops ol your Anawer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
ih. plaintiff's Attorney, STANLEY
JOF.L, LEV1NE, >',"", I.me'In Road, Mi-
ll h, Plot Ida, and file the orig-
ii al Anawer ot Pleading In the ffi. e
of the Clei k of the .ii lit (
, r I., fore the tth day of October, lM.
if vou fail t" do bo, Judgment bj de-
fault von I..- taken agalnal you lor the
relief demands i In Its l-ii ol Com-
l-Ia.lil
Thla notice shall be published once
ea,i. week for roui i n-. cutlve
In TIIK JEWISH FIX)R1D1AN
|ioNK AND ORDF3RED al Miami,
Florida, thla list day of August. A.D.
1934.
r H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcull <".iirt.
i, ide County, I loi Ida
Bj It H RICE, Jit
fClrcult court s.-ai. Deputy clerk
- i v.m.kv JOEL LEVINS, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
(Of, Lincoln Road. Miami lleach. Fla.
;. 3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33484B
In Re ESTATE OF
HENRY .1 LA vis. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Danaigall Against Said
Estate: .
You. and each of you are hereby-
notified and required t>> present any
claims and ,1, man.Is which you. Of
either of you, mavj have against the
estate of HENRY .1 DAVIS, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, lo the
Honorable County Judges Ol Dade
Count v. and file the same in their
oflcea In the CounU r,,urtl...use In
I Hole County, Ftorlda, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Bald claims
or demand- to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and tp be aworn
I., and p-.-sented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred Bee Bectlon 733.1b of
the I94S P..-bate A, t.
Date Aug- t '!*
s.l IVAN C DAV18
As Administrator of the
le of
IIKMIY I DAVIS, Deceased.
THEOIM.RE J BAKOWITE
Attorney tot Administrator
M BeyboM Bldg., Miami 32. Florida
JyJi 3/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDtrt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrirua lo engage In
: under the fictitious name of
LORD DANIEL SPORTSWEAR, at
337 West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.,
intend to r.gist.r said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Floi Ida.
NATHAN ZWITMAN
ALVIN H. LEVENSON
HAROLD STRCMPF
Attorney for Applicants
147 Si-vhold Building
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HALLMARK LAROKAToRIF:s. at
777- Tatum Waterway Drive, Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk ,,f the Cir-
cuit Court "i Da.de County, Florida.
BEATRICE B. MARTEL
s..ie Owner
3/10-17-34 l'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t,. el gaga ID
buaineaa under the flctltloua name of
FLORIDA Mi TORS, al l U.. N w
:isth Street. .Miami. FT,,rid... Intends
ter aald name with the Clerk
..f the cnciiir .',,iiii ,>f Da.i.- County,
l i.i IBID v Al'Ti SALES, INC,
J/10-17-21 1" 1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thO uii.lerigneil, desiring to engag, u
buaineaa undei th*- fictitious name ol
If A It INVESTMENT, at r.lli N.W
ib Street, Intend to rearlater aaid
nanie with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ELI BOfSOWBKY
MORRIS II. HoRWITZ
MORTON M. BEIREL
Attorney for Applicants
IN W. Haglcr St.
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the iin.l. rsimicd, desiring to engage in
i in. -s iin.br the fictitious nani- ol
JOYBTTE APTS. at 290)1 W. Flagler
St.. Intend to register said name ith
the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County. Florida. -
JOSEPH & YETTA WINfK
Sole Owners
KE8SLER A- oars
Alt.aiieys for Applicants
I7S_' W Flagler St.
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage I"
business under the fictitious nan., -.f
MIAMI METAL SUPPLY, at J-:4
N W North River Drive, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said natno
with the Clark of the circuit Court
of Dade County. FlorldH.
MAX W. TEMCHIN
K ITZENTINE, HECKERUNG
A whiti:
Attorneys for Miami Metal Buppl;
1/23 3/1-10-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to angagi i
bualnesa under the fictitious najne '
SPORTIES OF MIAMI, at !)I9 ll.W,
12nd Street, intend to register -ii
name With the clerk of trie C
Court of liade County, Florida.
CHARLES TERMIN- ".' '-
ESTHER KA88AB50%
ROBERT .1 LEWISON
A' ii nei foi Bpo tlea of Miami.
: i" I7--.M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei-igne.l. desiring to enga
business under the fictitious names
THE in 'P<.N'T. HOTEL iH'i
Dt'PONT HOTEL at 3S0 391
Street, Miami liea.h. Florida,
tends to register said names with i
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida
BEA ISLE IP .1.1.inc. COR1
B] DAVID it. HOCHBER I
i-i esl i
KOVNER A- MANNHEIMER
Alton.. -. fo \ |,|ilicaiils
s 27 |.'.l-in-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the linde. signed, desiring to ang I
business under the flctltloua name
CERTIFIED LEATHER CLEANERS.
at 7.11 S.W Bnd Avenue. Miami, Dad-
County. Fla.. Intend to register
name with the Clerk ol the Cti
Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
o.MER A FLAM
RCTII BLAM (Sole Owners
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicants
3S18 W. Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
8/27 9/3-10-17____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,i
AL AND ABE SCRAP IRON AND
MF7TAL, a Florida corporation, at
208 5th Street, Miami Beach, Floi -
Ida, Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County. Florida
AL AND ABB, INC
By ABF; N GOODMAN. Pi-sident
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE
Attorney for Al And Abe, Inc.
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ng to engage in
bualnesa under the flctltloua net......I
HALLMARK LABORATORIES, al 800
... ii i... Miami Beach. Floi Ida,
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17,
era! "secular" subjects
died under one roof, i no net \ r and
phenomenon on our American
shores Actually, it hdd its begin- ,ne jeWK|, group is
nings in 1730. in New York City. ^^
when the Yeshivat Minhat An happnu-
was set up by the Spanish and Tor- chlItirt.n 0n|v (hrouj nsive
and
.mil
tugut-r Jews By 1854. there were
seven Hebrew Day Schools in thi>
country.
Vet, the present unprecedented
growth of this form of intensive
Jewish education can hardly be at-
tributed to the early settlers of this
country If anything, it owes its
present vitality to the last wave of
Jewish immigration to this country
which began in the late thirtieth
and early forties It was the series
of circumstances connected with
this wave of immigrationthe ter-
rible holocaust which visited
Europe during World War II
which awakened American Jews
and challenged them with the re-
sponsibility of assuring the sur-
viva! of a dynamic Jewry on these
shores.
The Hebrew Day School move
ment. then. a~ we know it today,
really had its beginnings in 1944
which is the date set by statisti-
cians for the beginning of the pres-
ent development. In 1944. there
were only about 33 Day Schools in
New York City and \t outside of
the Metropolitan area, catering to
some 9.000 boys and girls
Today, there are more than 160
such schoolsabout evenly divided
between the Metropolitan area and
the rest of the countrywith an
enrollment of close to 35.000
pupils. These schools exist in about
65 cities in 24 states, and are dis-
tributed in every section of the
countrythe Pacific Coast, the
Midwest, the South (both East and
West), and the Eastern Seaboard
area. Schools can be found today
along the Eastern coast from Syra-
cuse and Rochester to Miami
Beach, along the upper fringe of
the country' through the Midwest
to Minneapolis; on the Pacific
Coast mostly in Los Angeles; and
in such distant Southern points as
Dallas and San Antonio. Texas.
As many as 17 out of the 133
cities in America, in the 1,000
5.000 Jewish p o pulation group,
boast Day Schools today, and 16
out of the 17 cities in the 25,000
(kiss already have such schools
to cite the "statistical picture," at
both extremes, rather briefly.
Having been associated with the
Day School movement for many
years, I have experienced the senti-
ments of a small but articulate por-
tion of our active communal lead-
ers. It is their feeling that the
Jews are a people only because of
their Torah. their learning and cul-
ture, and that if we are to have
Jewish communities on these
shores, the best way to build them
is through establishing schools
which will produce intelligent,
well-informed and observing Jews.
Only the Day School, they main
tain, offering 15 hours a week of
intensive Hebraic study is best cal-
culated to produce a dynamic Jew-
ish American Youth.
Furthermore, psychological stu-
education of our history, Bib!'
our \a-t literature will our chil-
dren pro'.:
with the .' up
And I
v
practices
1 broader terms
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! under three general
lion for >
Iia.l I" the Day School cun leu
luni. Irael occupies an important
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ol the land strengthen the
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I he people of Israel.
The Spiritual Renaissance of
in urtue ..i ii- verj
,,,k<. up. -ho American Jewish Family-The
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,,,,1 program for 'he spiritual revitalization of
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The popularity 0f
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finite i [\*i
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mal Jewish i,icat'--
The buildins rampfe
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emy. is characteristic of]
ening manifested through,
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ly religious pattern of jeJy
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e\wiislb-IEIIiD!pidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 23 Number 38 >rcentenary Opens as •esideht Sends Greeting MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS YORK (JTA) — Led by a (ration service at the oldligogue in New York, which retted by President Dwight (jbower and Israel's Presizhak Ben-Zvi, celebration of jjencan Jewish Tercentenary der wa> this week. In many ami in 250 cities in the States, alone, and else[around the world, civic, reliinri other organizations hailopening <>f the observance, bg the Jewish community's |ari participation in AmerEowth and development. | forma I opening of the celeon the national level took here this week at Cont tern facilities. • I



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r>iV SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 *Jewls*nt>rM**n PAGE 13 A r ief Topical Vie^pfrom IsgafL By JOSEPH SHALOM L.tPING THE TICKER: Medics •rnc'l ver nereasin nunv 0 j (lur cases in elementary ,-isof Tel Aviv .suburban comThey blame the quick J"~ n mercury following the h f at wave Man Bites Department: Israeli techni-are helping another country blish ne industries: fxperllefl Burma. for the Asian ci 1 hrfxpert'el! '"' lne *" w L| this week at the invitation the Burmese .The on again (lil nn employment status trio uf Zihron Ya'acov wine hgt finally appears "on." Fir( ... thej were caught sneak oke" <>n the Sabbath the} weren't working, r( the men lost their jobs at pressure from the inate In stepped the mcil battled with the r seemingly won back for the ma'abarot dwellers. gben the men punched in winery they were told iis all <'li a.^am. They were ied Steadily the case spread a major debate with both the He and papers taking sides. tiations followed. Finalk the men were returnivork at the winery—but not he wine pressing department re religious circles charged r status as non-observant keepof tin Sabbath would rendei wir.t less than strictly kosher NIMAL CRACKERS: A petition lia's P M. Nehru to help .. Zoo yet a real-livi floating around class m Israel grammar schools th* one major animal missing i-t week the T.A. Zoo sent 15 %  inging (via airline, that is) Vienna Zoo. The shipment p.'tul repayment by Israel jgHan,.'' for several monkeys tjf received from AustraBack to India for a few BtKacThe arrival this /of a celebrated Indian tiger, the center of a controversy. A gift from Nehru, the tiger drew the growls of Arab politicians who urged (unsuccessfully) that India cancel the present to the Israel zoo June graduations in Israel this year were not limited to schools. Proudly strutting about a parade ground in Jerusalem following several rugged hours of final exams, a dozen clever canines were given "diplomas" upon completion of an intensive year—1 o n g training course. The dogs will aid defense Bee raisers in Israel, screaming they've been stun" too severely by taxes, are begging for an easeoff. • • • STRAWS IN THE WIND: An interesting situation may shape up soon in light of plans by a number uf Israeli Moslems to make Unholy pilgrimage to Mecca. The Irael Government is prepared to (a cilitatc matters but what the hostile Saudi Arabians will do when their brethren show up at the border for admittance with Israeli passports is anyone's guess L'nAgriculture is talking up production and export of puree. Chief customer will be England New uses being found for citrus leftovers. About 60 tons of citrus spray exported to Turkey by a cJiemicals firm while 340 tons of orange peel Czech-bound The new (and only) English lingo mag to hit the Israeli new-stands this week ("Frontpage") was a complete sellout. Among the eye-openers: a reported split between P. M. Sharett and Defense Minister Lavon • • &f FROM "DEATH" TO "LIFE": The salts of the Dead Sea are help ing safeguard the health of Israelis thereby furthering life-spans. In a Standard Factory building erected by the Palestine Economic Corporation, oldest American investment firm in Israel, a new company known as "Elcctro-Chior" is processing D.S. salts in order to produce chlorine, a chemical used in purification of water. The stuff l. %  l-n used for bleeching purpo-eTypical of the many varied new enterprises whose operations are made possible because P. E. C.'s derwater fishing, fast catching on Standard Factories offer completeall over the world, is finding many new goggled enthusiasts to oogle the private lives of finned friends. Coastal Nahariya the latest Israeli community to organize such a club Snazzy three weeled autos now being assembled in Israel ... A strike by firemen in citrus-metropolis Petah Tikvah spurred hundreds of volunteers to offer services in snuffing a series of brush blazes Plaster unearthed in Eilat, the tiny southermost outpost of Israel, is fast replacing more expensive and water-absorbing cement Murmurs followed Government's crossing signals by authorizing the shipment of sorely \y serviced industrial space at moderate rates to stimulate the growth of small business, the "Electro" outfit is a "Little UN"—truly an "Ivy League." Its investors hail from "Ireland, "I" taly, and "I" srael. The firm operates on a 24hour basis Meets Diaz on Tuesday Rugged Joey Klein, of New York, and Miguel Diaz, a Cuban detective, will meet in a 10 round return fight Tuesday at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Klein, a two fisted slugger, was stopped by Diaz in two rounds here six weeks ago. The young Cuban slashed Joe's eye in the second round and the bout was halted, with Klein requiring five stitches in his right eye. The defeat snapped a winning streak for the East Side fighter and also cost him a television bout. Klein is more than anxious to avenge the setback. Joey has beaten such opponents as Vic Cardell. Rr>cky Casillo. Fred dy (Babel Herman and Pat Manzi. When Diaz isn't punching his welterweight rivals around t h e ring, he is fighting crime in Ha I ana Miguel is one of the youngest detectives employed by the Cuban government. A fast-moving, tireless campaigner, Diaz has lost but two fights in 28 pro battles and has sent 20 of his rivals sprawling to the canvas. Professionals Passed Among accountants who have passed the CPA examination this year were Albert L. Stokes, Helen W. Adelman, Louis Kasoff, Miami; and David B. Hipsman, Charles H. Bretholtz, Norris L. Friedlander locally needed scrap iron to Yugoand David L. Kline, Miami Beach, slavs Eager to avoid a repetlArchitects registered include tion of last year's dumping of surJoel Meyer and H Maxwell Parish, plus tomatoes which appeased the farmers but brought howls from other quarters, the Ministry of Miami; Robert L. Glasser, Miami Beach: and Arthur A. Frimet, Hollywood. Jacob Schachter Schachter Marks f 25th Year on Air Listeners will hear a special program on Sunday. September 19, over radio station -'WMBM, when Jacob Schachter, Florida's pioneer Jewish broadcaster, celebrates his 25th anniversary on the air. Although only 10 years of his service as a broadcaster were in this area, Schachter can still remember when he broadcast his initial program from a vacant theatre in the Bronx, New York, over WBMX, 25 years ago. Arriving here in 1944. Schachter was signed by station WBMY, Coral Gables, to direct the Jewish Variety Hour. Subsequently, he joined WMBM, and has been broadcasting every Sunday from 12 to 2 p.m. ever since. 1—y Klein 50.000.000 Visit State Last }ear, more than 50,000.000 Americans visited Florida's national parks, forests and state and local recreation areas. A HAPPY To All Our Friends.. Lapof's Meat Market 1112 Normandy Drive MIAMI BEACH PHONE UN 6 5223 Kotick's Oceanside Meat Market 7451 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH PHONE UN 6-2955 YEAR \ \w\ \pi />/. Sol's North Shore Meat Market 7446 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH PHONE UN 6-6226 PRE HOLIDAY SALE FOR SEPT. 21 and 22 ONLY YEARLINGS STEER BEEF LIVER 39 c LB. SPRING LAMB STEW LONG BONE FLANKEN CH0ICE-3 BONE RIB ROAST cLB. c LB. 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* ki country. Vet, the present unprecedented growth of this form of intensive Jewish education can hardly be attributed to the early settlers of this country If anything, it owes its present vitality to the last wave of Jewish immigration to this country which began in the late thirtieth and early forties It was the series of circumstances connected with this wave of immigration—the terrible holocaust which visited Europe during World War II— which awakened American Jews and challenged them with the responsibility of assuring the surviva! of a dynamic Jewry on these shores. The Hebrew Day School move ment. then. a~ we know it today, really had its beginnings in 1944— which is the date set by statisticians for the beginning of the present development. In 1944. there were only about 33 Day Schools in New York City and \t outside of the Metropolitan area, catering to some 9.000 boys and girls Today, there are more than 160 such schools—about evenly divided between the Metropolitan area and the rest of the country—with an enrollment of close to 35.000 pupils. These schools exist in about 65 cities in 24 states, and are distributed in every section of the country—the Pacific Coast, the Midwest, the South (both East and West), and the Eastern Seaboard area. Schools can be found today along the Eastern coast from Syracuse and Rochester to Miami Beach, along the upper fringe of the country' through the Midwest to Minneapolis; on the Pacific Coast mostly in Los Angeles; and in such distant Southern points as Dallas and San Antonio. Texas. As many as 17 out of the 133 cities in America, in the 1,000 • 5.000 Jewish p o pulation group, boast Day Schools today, and 16 out of the 17 cities in the 25,000 (kiss already have such schools— to cite the "statistical picture," at both extremes, rather briefly. Having been associated with the Day School movement for many years, I have experienced the sentiments of a small but articulate portion of our active communal leaders. It is their feeling that the Jews are a people only because of their Torah. their learning and culture, and that if we are to have Jewish communities on these shores, the best way to build them is through establishing schools which will produce intelligent, well-informed and observing Jews. Only the Day School, they main tain, offering 15 hours a week of intensive Hebraic study is best calculated to produce a dynamic Jewish American Youth. Furthermore, psychological stueducation of our history, Bib!' our \a-t literature will our children pro'.: with the .' up And I v practices 1„ broader terms .., ,he Dai School can under three general lion for > Iia.l I" the Day School cun leu luni. Irael occupies an important place The Hebrew language, Biblical study and geo-political knowlol the land strengthen the bonds between our children and I he people of Israel. The Spiritual Renaissance of in urtue ..i iiverj ,„,, k< up. -ho American Jewish Family-The flop the fullest potential of Day School has been responsible ,,,,1 program for 'he spiritual revitalizati on of T— can i-hild the Jewish ho mf upon practice -, m ,\ J" made pare,,,mor ^' religious valuei The popularity 0 f brew Acadei J -u| our i education by the enth? Peak enrollment e ^ finite i [\*i came-, d. „, our s ltl leaders for a more IMM.._ mal Jewish „i,icat'-The buildins rampfe aunched by -he Academvfor a new, modern Hebrewj emy. is characteristic of] ening manifested through, country, forthneedolj. ly religious pattern of j e Jy cation. I epm MEANS EVERYTHING TO THE BUILDING INDUSTRY Thof's why we pledge to every one of our customers DEPENDABLE QUALITY The highest possible uniform quality in every product we manufacture or distribute. DEPENDABLE PRICES Stable, common-sense prices that will help maintain and stimulate the volume of construction South Florida has enjoyed since the end of World War II. DEPENDABLE SERVICE Fast, efficient service with courteous, conscientious attention to the smallest detail. So, when you build.. whether your job is large or small call us, won't yon ? MIAMI PHONE 2-7261 3075 Nertfc Miami Avtnut P0MPAN0 PHONE 9493 FT. LAUDERDALE PHONE 3 5455 133$ Northcalt 26-h Strut 9 toliowi Tejf/,i Rabbi Alexander Cross our concrete and coneret* nmW.,.i 9 lobora/ory ond W ingef ef foboroforie. ,nc P "' ,bU,9h HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Centre* Buildirtf and Column Block* Central and Tren*it-Mi*ed Concrete Concrete Aggregate* Concrete Joltts Don System for Floor* and Roof* Protret*ed Beam* Procatt Channel Slab* Large Precat Wall Panel* Cement Concrete Brick and Stepping Stone* Reinforcing Steel Lumber • MiNwork Ploetering Material* Builder*' Hardware Builder*' Sopplie*



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PAGE 2 A Miami Physician Reports Success in Skin Transplant The first successful and lasting -plant of skin from one laboratory animal to another has been In i Miami physician, Dr. Ifelvin E. Levinson, Dr. Levinson and Dr. Heinrich Necbeles succeeded in their expert%  in Michael Reese Hospital in and reported it last week to the American Physiological Soi at its meeting in Ifa Wis \ praduati of Miami High School and the Universitj of Miami. Pr. naon i the son of Mr and Mr< Louis Levinson, 1906 SW 21st .-t He said the key to their sue* nras the use of nitrogen mu>in the animal receiving the According to the youthful physician, -kin grafts drop off after a few weeks, since the receiving anisends out antibodies t the strange tissue in the same manner as if it were invading bac%  The nitrogen mu-tard seemtard the manufactui the ai m the hite blood cells." Dr Lt d. ssful trans tat n of skin fi • her i> • I • f its lion tor hu• Pr it hu•• rt body %  PTA Board to Meet s Meeting Wednesday • +Jentetlk£M*2£= Dr. mtli'iH I. UvtMM Food Fair Sells Site to Hialeah Food Fair officials on n h late last t 1 ) the ••: ami SpringChambi in "public p| pie of Hialeah for the n : i municipal P from the food el A fit %  at -t&'O 1 %  r Ap|' I at $223 1100 Th, • %  S DAY WORKERS S5 I S6 and Fore Hotel Moidi • Porter* %  Oiskwosken Colored Moid-Port Time or foil Tiaw in Private Hoaoei ACE EMPLOYMENT m N.I. let =I-Mc7 Mrs. Karir Succeeds Miss Lillian Goodman I B • 19.11 MrM r Holl) %  : : • Mrs. *oro • %  Miss I •G dn • %  Mrs sfilton Sirfcii rill be r Mrs. S report on national held in '• retirin pi %  • IFYOUSUFFER PAIN \ •'.::iaUJt HOROWITZ-MARGAR. MATZOH ME t9 om: i. Cr—aj fa j „ \ MADE lien T I I IT I I H FAST RELIEF T*r way rhontandi qtylici—1 and d'.ti recommend Hf£ $ WHt i• i ::;;-*. -t.--i -*•-;A;: *;;-i !., A -.. • .:; % %  Habe L.C t nacKonky MS Michigan Awauo M'.i TI! Beach =hoo S 3S N. Mm Freedman mi M. Rophan HEBIEW 1001 STOIt 417 Movk.aotM *e_ Wigii le>>ons %  1 Jewish home* .. A favorite f;r genere^J Breakstone's C %  :D^^i preferred bCd.ie dsi^J creamier, imoc ^, preod for fc ; t h adl| .. the id -it I lo, whit^ :" ofarl moked fiih. A-d so 1 and thrift, 11 Htot hodf' big 'A lb. p;;;;. • • • • • t I MOUNT NE60 CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DBTTNCTIOlf FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Macbatd. Director S505 N W 3rd St Phone 87-8201 CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI III Tlie most valuable possession ot Riverside is tne good will of the families we serve. Free Fcr. -, lll'I'SI HE Ml HAL rilMl, FUNEIAl DIIEC TOl$ TVO CONVEMENT LOCATIONS Afomi ^t Flakier A 20d Av. 1296 Wa-Amg** *J :i raT IWI,A, rkCTl Dirjrjr ix *n TO*: 7C*A Jfurt 1 au



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.SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 "itwlshftvrlfari Publishes Bulletin bv the Bureau of for il"' American •ntenan Year was anKdem. The TercenVE in 53 pages JL on the '"•''"> f ,he fZ iniled Slates, special !%-1 Miami. *•es (or both students pi al audio visual "^bool activities of the -J Year. Centenary Bulletin also r~ inI ,.. ; \merican Teelebrate.l in the public further c< lebration of jy < HI the Jewish M added material on Rife in Ann i1' .' The Bulleledited b) Louis Sihwartzuomiivc director of the an d is nov. availablt to [Ucommuniti leaders at u office „ i Bureau also announced the honof a program Resource Mtlining the local rein five areas books an.I motion picture films, ,, records and albums and ptul equipment a bulletin also contains %  l'-t teeource agencies, their and telephone numbers lings ol sample materials at the Bureau of Jewish ion Library, offices <>f the in Jewish Committaa, the {(•nation League, Greatar [ewish Community Center, ah. Jewish National Fund, Conference ol Christians National Council of Jew% men. Temple Beth Sholom Temple Emanu-El Jewish Tempi.Israel Library, Youth Commission and Organization of America, I Region Resource Bulletin also inmaterial i available at the Bayfront Library'. Miami I Public Library and the lib[the Cawassity ol Miami. >[ the Resource Bulletin liable at the office of the it.i program chairmen of all Jewi>h organizations of Ir Miami The Bureau is now pting a special bulletin for hei on the Jewish Huh la) and a In for P i hers AssolPAGE 7 A fflkmation fcnoto all nun bp tbr Se jfrtuntt f*trm aCHe Cits ol jtuimi Start). Jlor.ta. bv the potorr btb in nu bo IK rrbp btainjiatf thr 3tfo fjaU %  c #qiimbr m,.m. H &mixl£A&^ Jto!&7f£mjdeiurtt mmutiir. Jn mum Wtxrtof J bate fc wiu08 m m ,, anb anb cause, tbf ftrai of (*, Ctt of ftum Jfcactj (a ur afU.xrb l*> UC~_.lv •rffcfiiwbtl.a.. 195 4. oiu at C*> ftajL jNiamt Seach, Jlsrtba. ... h Torah Fund Brunch To Set December Plan flans are underway lor the annual Torah Fund brunch sponsored by the Southeast Branch of the National Women's League on Thursday, December 16, 11 a'.m., at the Algiers Hotel. The brunch will honor and comemorate Matilda S c h e chter's birthday, founder of the National Women's League. Participating in the affair are the following Sisterhoods and their chairmen: Mrs. Harry Cohen. Zamora Jewish Center; Miss Lillian Goodman. Temple Emanuel; Mrs. Jennie Teitler. West Miami Jewish Can ter: Mrs. Sidney Pozen. Beth David: Mrs Irving Soloman, North Shore Jewish Center; Mrs. Max fCrauss, North Shore Jewish Center; Mrs. Jack Finkelstein. Israelite Jewish Center; Mrs. Miriam Sprunin, Hialeah Miami Springs: Mrs. George Spector, Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood; and Mrs Ruth Gladder, Beth Kmeth, Miami. Mrs. Louis Cohen is Torah Fund chairman for the Southeast Branch. Jtaper '. 5? Mayors Abe Aronovitz, oi Miami, and Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, have proclaimed the 300-day period from September to May, 1955. as the "American Jewish Tercentenary" as part of the nation-wide observance of the 300th anniversary of Jewish settlement in the United States. Mayor Shapiro's official proclamation is shown above. Yaglom Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fanny Yaglom, formerly of 4540 Adams ave., Miami Beach, will take place on Sunday, September 19. 2 p.m., at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mrs. Yaglom is survived by two sons, Henry and Meyer: a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Cohen; three grandchildren, all of Miami Beach; and one brother, Louis Mandel, of Detroit, Mich. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Egypt is Warned To Stop Hostility Continued from Page 1 A separate occasions by Israeli planes. One such flight is alleged to have included 29 planes and one to iiave oeen made by four Israel Spitfires. Others alleged that Israelis opened fire on Arab Legion posts in the Old City of Jerusalem and that Israelis threw stones at i Jordanian guards on the wall of the Old City. It is the prime duty of each of the Arab states to supply Jordan with arms to use in its dispute wiih Israel, Major Salem, spokesj man for the Egyptian Government, declared in Bagdad during his re' cent visit there. Maj. Salem, cur! rently in Jordan, is touring the I Arab capitals on a political and i military mission. (It was reported from Cairo that Sen. Estes Kefauver, after a conference with Egyptian Premier Camel Nasser, revealed that he had i expressed the hope that Col. Nasser would take the lead in settlement of the Arab-Israel situation and lifting of the Suez Canal blockade, ne retuseu to reveal what Col. Nasser had replied.) Officers Nominated Greater Miami Chapter, National Nephrosis Foundation, held nomination of officers Thursday evening at 2343 SW 2nd sf. Women Voters Slate Meetings Yeshiva to Usher in 68th Acadeirtic Year NEW YORK — Twenty five hunLeague of Women Voters of Midred young men and women, in ami Beach will launch a busy year eluding the first class to enroll in with neighborhood meetings this a Jewish liberal arts college for week. Information for discussion women, will gather from all cor will be provided on the proposed ners of the globe Tuesday. Septemseven Constitutional |to be Shown ..pen dessert meeting of -' Bi i haptara of ninc.ii Jewish Congress will their wintei season of acalonda mow 20, 1 %  1 the All Hotel A skit ["Congress ,,, Fashion," proI > Mrs. Ritd Singer and narby.Mi.. Charlotte Frank, will 1M nte.l ber 21. to usher in the 68th aea demic year at Yeshiva University, according to Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of America's first accredited university under Jewish auspices. Indicative of Yeshiva I'niverprogram s j, vs joarttauous growth is the fact that sessions will be held at four major centers in New York City. The largest number of students in the institution's history will be pursuing courses leading to more than 15 different academic degrees I and diplomas in fields of study ranging from Arabic to Zoology. le Taxpayers e Officers consultant Troy Haigler, %  inched i fight against ex•Pending by the Dade Commissioners and Port thi~ week found him*uth Dade, and urne. president of the I Rabbi Simon April, presideni m mbp r Dade ( „unty Propthe Greater Miami Rabbinical As,r ~ \ --.ciation.' sociation. and the closing greetings n( j i^n^^iinn were offered by North Shore Lodge and Chapter lan,| Heights Civic The executive board. 1 "* stepped up to 50 ij,' ,fr municiflality in ter and" Sisterhood. student.. RabbiHurwitz was introduced by %^l?S?i~?T&L Bna, B'rith will hold a dance bovs and girls at the Driftwood Room of the NauClasses are also under way at the j t.lus Hotel on Sunday September Beth Dawn Nursery Kindergarten.! 19. 9 p.m. Chairmen of the lad.es with the "ST and15-yearolds en-1 chapter are Sally Gev.nson and 1 ied in aciivities centered around Ruth Winson. Chairman for men fhTsYbbath and the forthcoming I Is. Jerome G. Green Mrs. George Holiday^ .The classes are conductBaltuch and Milton R. Mannhe.mer ed S from 9 to 12 noon. I are respective presidents. benediction were Rabbi Irving Lehrman. A reception followed gram in the pro,. The new wing of school rooms which wiU shortly be dedicated. ago. no one knew how far the idea would go. From that modest little leaflet describing the significance of the holiday and of the Dredel there has developed a unique library of original holiday literature for children in the form of educational leaflets and booklets which dramatize the stories of all the major Jewish holidays in the traditional manner. There are now more than three i dozen such booklets published by Barton's Bonbonniere, and approximately 1.250,000 copies are circulated annually. More than one-half of these are distributed free upon request to synagogues, yeshivas. schools, libraries. Boy and Girl SCout troops. Hadassahs and other s e rvice organizations I throughout the country, as well as to the armed forces. The balance arc enclosed in the specially deBMQMM noluiay candy packages for children. With the High Holiday season at hand. Barton's has just brought out a new accordian folded booklet explaining the background and symbols of the holidays that occur in the month of Tishri, under the headings of "Rash Hashona—The Accounting." "Yom Kippur — The Atonement." and "Succoth and. Sh'mini Atzeres—The Rejoicing." —ST. 1



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MY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 +Jels*nuridnc*ti PAGE 7T5 L League to lar Talk on Reds r, rl !,.,n-sionontheeniu Ini of Communism and Tof curbing it will high[ .hnext two meetings of the Lg to its president, Irving CyLd.ng over his first meeting ft, installation, Cypen -will Li Rabbi Irving Lehrman m Cbbi's View of Combating nanism" on Monday, Septem_E al the Hickory House. Din|at6'30 p.m.. will be followed V? business wsdon at 8. %  ,t judce Vincent Gibhn will L, speaker at t h e Civic ue's October 4 meeting, at f |jme he will discuss "Fifth tdment Communism." I ( inc League starts Its ZOtn Ivith some 300 m ember s. at Scheduled J-Las Vegas Night" has been Luled for Sunday evening. Oc131. at the Beach Branch of Jreater Miami Jewish CommuCenter. as the opening social I of the season by the Young J Outdoor Club of GMJCC, It %  announced by Fred Berlow. LEGAL NOTICE HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR OADE COUNTY, pDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33531-B ESTATE ol fcl'H IIAER, % %  •'-"'„. fNOTICE TO CREDITORS I Qf, dii nd All I'et sons llav\ %  i n-i laid .,,,1 : you in-hei ebj %  nd n 'i ilred to pi Menl any nda which you. <>t have against the ISKI'H BAER deceased 1 i.l. i, to the | ludges ol Dad* i. m their <>f[ mt> Courthoue. I within eight of the kiii.ii. Bald claims %  n ih.. local ad,111 and to ie >' n j Lid. Ol BBDM J | It "I |t'. I \' < .-.! %  i 9th. A.D. : %  I, I /.INN. i ol thi i-i Will and 'I", -i.iiiiiiii of .11 .SKI II HA Kit. 1 AR2 A /INN %  Executor LEGAL NOTICE ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW JlCK Is IIKRKBY (ilVK.N that ieralgned, desiring to engage In es uri'l* : til.fictitious mine oT AR i" M( 13 N.W. tut Intend to register raid name Clerk ,-f the circuit Court of i It-rida flE'iRliE TRENCHER PHII.I.II' A. FELDMAN Sola owners — 11/1.| ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW tin: is HEREBY GIVEN that %  desiring to engage In 1 the fictitious namt..f ELECTRIC CO.. al ^17'.. S.W Florida, Intends lo Bid • m nh Hi.Cleik .,f nun %  .%  ,.| Dade County. ., i PATTUUK>N fl I R KI.EI.N Co. • .. MM in I, Fla. | I" %  ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1,,.,. NAME LW P; '• l> HEREBY OIVEN that %  • i" engage in %  -111. II f I 1 I II-'!.i itKKH CO, .,i |..,,l, P ..-i i.i -.11,1 ol the Cl I • Flon • A I' PEFINIBHERB A I I'll" > Kilts. INC ,.,.\.,' '' ii'l-. I.I I".ration '. I. \ I ,T i 1 ant Bv"lli I'.il • I' 1-8 "NTEREST ON SAVINGS PAID QUARTERLY fol >er 1-Jonuory 1 N fTlONAL BANK 1 AT WASHINGTON ;; L OIPOS.T INS CORP • if *CHACCT TOH0 00O NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M __, NAME LAW NOTICEIB HEREBY GIVEN thai he undersigned, desiring I" engauta In i niAi. ITl i ABB, at 125 N E ITISI Hi.. No. Miami. Intend! to reglstji MM 1 .'^:;,.^;!;-!;" UAV,s — LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE |H HEREBY UIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage '„ Iwagness under the fictitious name Kb,!;,. i l I,; 1 '• bounty. TUH ,K A* J J'",'"" amid namt r i. i %  <• l,,,k of lhe '''"u" 0,, • nr '' haraby notified and re.|iilr..d to preaanl any i-lnlma and demandH whl.-li vou or either of you. may have atralnat'the eatate of BENJAMIN SIIAItoM. .1... ceaaed late of llade I'miiiiy, H,„|,|,,. •' %  lhe ,, ,, nnrB,,| e founty Judaea of !£!".'' S.?'"" 1 .""'' '"' ,h >••"". %  in their ofrieea In the County Courthouae In Hade County. Florida. Within tlahl .Hl.-.idMr months from the data of the firat iiuhiii ail. HI hereof. Bald rlalmi • %  I denaana* to runtain the legal addreaa of the rlalmanl ami to l (worn to and prepented as afore-.,i.l. ,„ ,,,„„. will lie l.arie.l Date September 13, AH ujt 1>INA RHAROPT Aa F:xe.-utrlx of the I.;..i Will and leaiameni .if llKXJAMIN BHAROPT MVKKS. HKIMVN KMMSST^ Utornayi for Batata /H'U — io/i-a NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 172043 LEROT WII.Ki:i:si..N, ri.unUff v. CLARA WIUCERHOX, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CLARA WII.KER.Si IN, i .. llui laj I'm in, %  Haaelhurat, M You, CLARA WILKER80N, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce baa been filed agalnat you. and you are required to eerve a ropy .,r your Answer ..r PleadIng to the Bill ol Complain) on the plalntirrs Attorney, BEN KSSK'.N, H23 Beybold HI.IK Miami, FI., and file the original Anawer or I'lea.llnc in the <>ffl-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the L'Tlh flav of Best ember, li. If yew fall U) ,1,, -,. judament by default will l.e taken aKalust you for the relief demand.-d in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla 2ith day of AuguM. A.D. HM, F. It LEATHERHAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By M. C. OREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN KSSEN Attorney for Plaintiff /7 — 3/3-10-17 Ivril .r?.' ( P. CUIT COURT OF THE FOB? r, J .H?^ C i AL c, CUiT. IN AND CH*r?r A p D u E v COUNTV FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. KJ. ,73007 MAICAIIKT VALIANT R... iKRS vs Plaintiff 1 kMOBfl I.VO.N ROOBKB, JR. I ).f.-ndant T,, ^? T C E B V PUBLICATION IAMI..S UYON ROOERB, JR., %  aw Carrolton \\. v.. U,xl .". 1 ;,. "-: 1 """'*-Maryland •h i, A l: HK '":i ; v NOTIFIED hi K '","'. ''"""'i..i'.i for Ulvone has he.,, filed acatnei you, and v..u are her.i,v required .,, aurve a copy VK .'MM a """, 01 "' otherwise plead to he I ill „f Complaint ,„, Divorce on $''£<' %  ?? %  '?. I,,r ""' Ptalnttff. AARON \i^'? ': %  8J>oreland Building, Miami Florida, and rile the orljlnil „ffl" Ul '"""?''•'• or a.ll.iK In the olYlce of thcierK ..f th.circuit ourt In and r..r Dade c.iuntv, KVir!'' %  • %  -Miami Florida. .... or bel ald name with the Clerk ol the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN SlliAISS ./•.10..7.H 0RAC BTRAUM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the im,!. r-iirin ,i. dealt Inc to .-i | buaineaa under the firtitloua name ..f TMF: BTt'DfO CRAFT BHOP, al 31M .Iran.i \\. Mian I, Inti nda lo rejrlsti .said name ith the I'!. r', ..f th, .it Courl ,-f Dade Count]. Florida I.' Mis AMI )RI .s.. in. i MAP.l.nW. BINNAMON & MAItLOW Itto nej i--i Appl ant 104-3 Lane-ford I I ::-10-17-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN lhat lhe i.n.1.1 vlftned i J — iiiia iin.i. i the i n me ,,f BCBTERH BAR, al 337 w. Flaarlei Bl Intend lo rei d name with the -|, k ,.f the 'ir, uit i toui i ,-f l de County, Floi HI. i ELI \s W, KEAN EVELYN KEAN KESHLER i. R8 Attorney a for AppUcanta 17W. Fiacler 8/27 — 9,3-11.-17 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 5!Seo Notice la hereby given that NATHANIEL W 8IEOBL an.I JULE8 PF:ARL.MAN an undivided .me half liiterent each, holders aa assignees ol i"lt> of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 2IK7, dated the 2nd day "( June, All IBM, has filed said Certificate in in. office, and haa made appll. an. HI for i.s deed to iaa i< thi reon -n aooordance with law, Bald Certll .ii. •mbracea the lollowlni described t ir u per t y, situated in Dade County. I..i Ida. to-wit: I.,.I IS, BlOCh Silver Bluff Batatea s. t lion C, Plat H>'k |0, Papa S6, In the Clt) of Miami. County of Dade, State ,-f Florida. The assessment of s;i|.l property under the Certificate laaued ..>n the name of Cnkiiown 1 illCertificate shall I"redeemed accordn.K to biw, tax deed will Issue thereon n the *th .lav of '. loli.-r. A |i IM4 Dated thla 1st day of Beptl A.D. \Sit. T K H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk f circuit Court, Dade County. IT". Ida Bi N C. BTERRBTT. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/3-10-27-24 — 10/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173401 MICHAEL UCARINO, Plaintiff vs. TIIPKKSA C.1AKIN", D. fendant %  UIT FOR DIVORCE T' • THERESA fll'ARINO 41 Bryant 81. Newark. New Jersey You are herein notified that a Bill <.r Complaint r..r Di\,.r.. has been til. .1 ..gainat you. and you are required to serve a copy f V„ni Answer oi Pleadlna; to lhe Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, DAVID LBVINE. Attorney-at-l.aw l-.i N" 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answet ol Pl.-.idlna In UM ,,ffi.e <.f ii..Clerk of the Circuit eowi ,.n ... b. for.the llth aJS 04 October. 19i4. If you f.il to do s.'. ju.lament by default HI he taken you for the relief demanded In th.Rill of "' ilalnt. Thl notice shall be publish) each week for four consecutive weeks l„ TIIK JEWISH Ft..KIM AN IKINK AND ORDERED l Miami. Florida, this S day of BepU mber, A.D. i4 %  It I.KMHKKMAN, Clerk, i -ir.-mt Co Hade County, Florida,B) w.M W BTOCKINO. (Circuit Court Meal) Deputy Clerk 3/10-17-24 — 10/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 IIKRKBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business, under the fictitious name ol 8TANLEIGH S. at :'II4 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. FTa., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dan.County, Florida. STANKKI'IH'S COVE, INC. (A Florida C.uporatlon) 9/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that ine undersigned, desiring to engage lu business undei the flctltloua name of Al N. .i.i. H FASHIONS, LTD., at 65 >. .inns Aye., Miami Beach, l-ia. iBherry Frontenac Hotel Hi.ig.), intends lo regletet aald name with the Samr^lcterFga rt f UMto --'SKPi. ZEMEL% 5>.* W, ,L M, Lincoln Roail Miami Ii..., h. K| a *.'27 — !• 3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engave in business ,„„|,., ,,„. riclltlUa name of .., U ,.,'.-'' A COSMETMJ8 \.N|. I-I:I ; i.M.V.a"^ %  '"" s w MtB Avenue, intend to register said laame with the r. f .> ,n ': (-1 "'"" Court of Dade < ounty Florida. HARRY KLEIN MORTON 2 BSCSEL" ZIE LER ifTPL&rS 9/3-10-17-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring t,, engage In ,c,. n ~., .".":'• ""' "' %  lHli.ua name ,,f v i.-' T ,-' AIL S SUNDRY. at 1684 •> -'.th Avenue, intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of the Uri-ult Court of Dad.County, Flo ISMAR FRED PICK SobOwner KESSLKR AOARS Attorneys f..r Applicant Ksj w Flagler St. I 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OLVEN that the undersigned, desiring t./engage in buaineaa under th.fictitious name of I. C. HUUHEB and L. C lll'IIIKS SERVICE STATION, at 3800 BW -'Til. Aye., Intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida THOMA8 .1. W \TS. ,\ ,,,., IIAI-KIK Hl'GHEB. Bole Ownera HERMAN BRETAN Attorney for AppUcanta 72 v\ Flagler St. D 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVKN that th.undersigned, desiring to engag. In i.ii-iii.-iiii.i,: the fictitious name of COI \TV BAR, at T-.Ti W Flagh r Bl Padi County, Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 ..id,. -..iiniv Floi Ida ST \NI.KV METZ KESSLER ,v QARfa in i for Applicant 1782 w. Flagler si. :•, 10-17-24 — 1" 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 172202 BETMOUR FRIEND, Plaintiff. vs. B8TELLR FRIEND, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T' ERTELLE FRIEND ll0(l ( )cean Pa: kg a V Brooklyn, New York. New York You are hereby notified that a BUI ,.r Complaint for Divorce has been f.ie.i agalnsl you, and you are required lo tarva ,. cops ol your Anawer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on ih. plaintiff's Attorney, STANLEY JOF.L, LEV1NE, >',"", I.me'In Road, Mill h, Plot Ida, and file the origii al Anawer ot Pleading In the ffi. e of the Clei k of the .ii lit ( %  • %  r I., fore the tth day of October, lM. if vou fail t" do BO, Judgment bj default von I..taken agalnal you lor the relief demands i In Its l-ii ol Coml-Ia.lil Thla notice shall be published once ea,i. week for roui i • n-. cutlve In TIIK JEWISH FIX)R1D1AN |ioNK AND ORDF3RED al Miami, Florida, thla list day of August. A.D. 1934. r H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull <".iirt. i, ide County, I loi Ida Bj It H RICE, Jit fClrcult court s.-ai. Deputy clerk i V.M.KV JOEL LEVINS, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff (Of, Lincoln Road. Miami lleach. Fla. ;. 3-10-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33484B In Re ESTATE OF HENRY .1 LA vis. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Danaigall Against Said Estate: You. and each of you are herebynotified and required t>> present any claims and ,1, man.Is which you. Of either of you, mavj have against the estate of HENRY .1 DAVIS, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, lo the Honorable County Judges Ol Dade Count v. and file the same in their oflcea In the CounU r,,urtl...use In I Hole County, Ftorlda, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Bald claims or demandto contain the legal address of the claimant and tp be aworn I., and p-.-sented as aforesaid, or same will be barred Bee Bectlon 733.1b of the I94S P..-bate A, t. Date Augt '• '!•• %  *• s.l IVAN C DAV18 As Administrator of the le of IIKMIY I DAVIS, Deceased. THEOIM.RE J BAKOWITE Attorney tot Administrator %  M BeyboM Bldg., Miami 32. Florida JyJi 3/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDtrt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrirua lo engage In : under the fictitious name of LORD DANIEL SPORTSWEAR, at 337 West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla., intend to r.gist.r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Floi Ida. NATHAN ZWITMAN ALVIN H. LEVENSON HAROLD STRCMPF Attorney for Applicants 147 Si-vhold Building 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HALLMARK LAROKAToRIF:s. at 777Tatum Waterway Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk ,,f the Circuit Court "i Da.de County, Florida. BEATRICE B. MARTEL s..ie Owner 3/10-17-34 — l'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t,. el gaga ID buaineaa under the flctltloua name of FLORIDA Mi TORS, al l U.. N w :isth Street. .Miami. FT,,rid... Intends ter aald name with the Clerk ..f the cnciiir .',,iiii ,>f Da.i.County, l i.i IBID v Al'Ti • SALES, INC, J/10-17-21 — 1" 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thO uii.lerigneil, desiring to engag, u buaineaa undei th*fictitious name ol If A It INVESTMENT, at r.lli N.W ib Street, Intend to rearlater aaid nanie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ELI BOfSOWBKY MORRIS II. HoRWITZ MORTON M. BEIREL Attorney for Applicants IN W. Haglcr St. 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the iin.l. rsimicd, desiring to engage in i in. -s iin.br the fictitious naniol JOYBTTE APTS. at 290)1 W. Flagler St.. Intend to register said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH & YETTA WINfK Sole Owners KE8SLER AOARS Alt. aiieys for Applicants I7S_' W Flagler St. 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage I" business under the fictitious nan., -.f MIAMI METAL SUPPLY, at J-:4 N W North River Drive, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said natno with the Clark of the circuit Court of Dade County. FlorldH. MAX W. TEMCHIN K ITZENTINE, HECKERUNG A WHITI: Attorneys for Miami Metal Buppl; 1/23 — 3/1-10-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to angagi i bualnesa under the fictitious najne %  SPORTIES OF MIAMI, at !)I9 ll.W, 12nd Street, intend to register -ii name With the clerk of trie C Court of liade County, Florida. CHARLES TERMIN".' 'ESTHER KA88AB—50% ROBERT .1 LEWISON A' i„i nei foi Bpo tlea of Miami. : %  i" I7--.M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undei-igne.l. desiring to enga business under the fictitious names THE in 'P<.N'T. HOTEL iH'i Dt'PONT HOTEL at 3S0 391 Street, Miami liea.h. Florida, tends to register said names with i Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida BEA ISLE IP .1.1. INC. COR1 B] DAVID it. HOCHBER I I-I esl i KOVNER AMANNHEIMER Alton.. -. fo \ |,|ilicaiils s 27 — |.'.l-in-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the linde. signed, desiring to ang I business under the flctltloua name CERTIFIED LEATHER CLEANERS. at 7.11 S.W Bnd Avenue. Miami, DadCounty. Fla.. Intend to register name with the Clerk ol the Cti Court of Dad.County, Florida. o.MER A FLAM RCTII BLAM (Sole Owners HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicants 3S18 W. Flagler St., Miami. Fla. 8/27 — 9/ 3-10-1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ,i AL AND ABE SCRAP IRON AND MF7TAL, a Florida corporation, at 208 5th Street, Miami Beach, Floi Ida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County. Florida AL AND ABB, INC By ABF; N GOODMAN. Pi-sident STANLEY JOEL LEVINE Attorney for Al And Abe, Inc. 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ng to engage in bualnesa under the flctltloua net I HALLMARK LABORATORIES, al 800 ... ii i... Miami Beach. Floi Ida, •an, n,i. to • -I name with the Clerk Ol the Circuit Com I of Dade County. FT.-DP. H M:I:V tlRRBHON MARTEL sol,ownei l/S-10-17-24 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJcnisti fit riddenn solicit* your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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PAGE 8 A -Jmlstncridk** FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17 Miss .loan Osheroff W In Garden Ceremony; \ pink garden wedding on Wed nesday, September 8. 1:48 P m .1 in marriage Miss Joan I MM' Osheroff, daughter of Mr Ifn \i Osheroff, 2485 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach, and Dr. Jo-1 seph Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs Btnjamin Harris, Brooklyn. N. Y. ', tbi Irvini I.chrm.in of. Tom pie Bmanu El, officiated at the 1 i>io rin| enranons Cantor I'hil (rummer assisted ; snera were Dr Martin Born st< n and Dr Jack Bascove Beal was Hy Harris Bridesmaids included Carol ." ce Schwartz and Martha Jot er, with Artene Harris acting ;• i lower girt. I of honor was Gerry R se, and Mrs Ubert Block, cou sin ol Ihe bride, was soloist 1 ii graduate of Miami Beach High School, when she t ted the 1960 Yearbook, was sec retary Of Student Council, pro; ol International Relations men her ol N itional Hon Society She also was rice presiI ol Southern Region, Young at cut of Gems Chap • %  %  B th Girls • ot Boh Blumonthal AZA ;<:er. eds Dr. Harris Bride is Med Student She received the Bachelor of Science degree from the Timer sit] ol Miami, where she was a member of Alpha EpsihMI Delta pre-medical honorary, Beta Beta Beta biology, honorary, Chemistry Club. Chemistry Honor Society the German Club she wrote lor the campus publication. Hurricane Newlywcd Mrs Harris 1%  sophomore at the Universal) Ol Miami School ol Modi cine Pr Harris received hit ; gree from Now York Unhi where he joined Caducc. S edkal honorary, German honorary and a Biology honor society He Was graduated from How ard University School ol Medicine. Washington D.C., where he was tapped for membership in Ph: Delta Bpsilon medical He served as an exl ipeka S interned al Que 11 • & neral HosN Y He is s second year resident in Internal Medicine at Veterans \A ministration Hospital in The br, was styled in white chat nylon tulle over sal 1 %  II scents The I -red alter 5 panel* and 1 %  : SI Mrt. Jasaa* Hmrrn Moidell. Marks Wed In Candlelight Kites *lrs. jack itmi't' M.-ss Freeman Weds Student Working on Masters at l of M • s Septl > '.-' Rabi-: : • %  • tsei SandSW 7th ] and •-. \.-. • • %  B the bndt Mi asm of the bride -r.er the bridegrooms 1 itsmaii •• %  %  %  •_ Saskaaef Ushers aarladad -•Pastroff brother*. Nee Naaiarr gradea Mmaai Bear* aad attended the Uauver. htnani where £* a*ai a s j Sandier k 1 past president %  •^i the Baches**'* degree the U of M He a rnrreatly -4 toward the Master there on a fettevsanp. TV couple's hianjmuua tng> aa-' a toar of Florida sad LawoThey ptaa a make their si I Mr, I Cherrvs Reveal %  1 • k E€ The %  Bible %  I im : Miss Maximt Cherry Maxine's Betrothal Miss Sachs Becomes Mrs. Sanford (iillis In a double rift6 candlelight pink wedding on Sunday, September 3, 6 p m.. at the Lincoln Manor, Miss KVanor Anita Sachs, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Barnett Sachs. 123 S\V 31st Ct, formerly of Cleveland^ 0 became the bride of Sanford L. Gillis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Uillis. 211 Wist St., and CoraopoUs, Pa. Rabbi Abraham Sachs, uncle of the bride, officiated. Beal man was t>vfh Gillis, brother of the groom. Ushers: Melvin Bachs, ol Miami, and Monroe Aronsna and Sherman Hirshman, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Maid of honor was Arlenc Perry. Bonnie l.evine was junior bridesmaid with Rosalind Gillis and Barbara Levine acting as flower girls The bride selected a gown of nylon tulle, ballerina length, strapless with a fitted bodice over which SJM wore a long sleeve imported chantiU) lace jacket with Peter Pan collar Her bouffant skirt was of tulle and chantilly lace. The fingertip French illusion veil ttacbed to a cloche of matchinn lace She carried two white orchids on a Bible Her only piece 01 jewelry was a strand of pearls. gift of the groom Mrs Sachs selected a pure silk mauve cocktail gown with sweet h< .,rt neckline outlined by In I -equin* and complemented %  orchid 1 The bride ia graduate of Mi High School and at1 the Universit) of Miami e Uni sburgh and Duff City Busim ss 1 kt preset he is in business al t or., ipolis n and dinner were held at the 1 inc In Manor after which Nassau tor their • > moon. Mn Ida Phillips maternal grandmother of the bride, who flew in from 1 Iman, PhilMiss Shirk?) Phillip*. ir M J Sachs Cleveland; Mr and Mrs. H Bacon, Cora snd L mil Bornstein, Indi anapolis, Ind. The ceuff -d Jar. v i — %  I v\ cherry, 791 Biscay-i I nt cii M U family • .• -.,.-,. the ghter Maxv Nee Y rk b Marine and Stephen attend Bjrd N V imi Beach iple plan to irned in Miami B<--ch dunng the holidays Mr Bartu.h ii the son of the Barba>h>:' Tampa tx Ining Uhrrr.ar. par! ed th doubk ring cerrr The bno> worr a floc>r lensrh chaatill} uce Ped Lace n*ckiine fitted the h ip v Her headpiece *.s raatdung Uce .,ih indeseent *e *"** % %  "-*^ arned rcbaah sand a white satin Bible For soaaethiag old. she wore hex ,mm4Mx*heri aot,e pearl ear n* aad her soawthiax a*w was *aaaoad aratch. gift of tke bnde aarv Her oaly attetKiaM a< Miss Cya> thsa Lor Sudako* aba wore a Pa* ballerina Jeagtk govv sudt *h satia pepham. tale skirt mi matehiag jacket He, floors -*re aw oU fH haaa td beueaaet of tea roses awn, i*arf 0. S./.hr, Sulzberg Rites At Groom's Home :ed Mr and Mrs Rob•fi D SuLrber will eaatkana their %  • the of Munu. They were married Sasdav by Rabbi Herxhel Cohen at the home of the bridegroom s parents Mr rs Asians Sahrbert Newark! N J A lawn reception followed. The hod* is the former Ana Sala of Newark and Miami Beach. She is the daughter of Mrs Gertrude Sa!a 4001 Prairie are aad the late Thoaaas Saia. Her mother gate her ia marriage She wo** mn u jk)-l JJjUfoter Mtsa wiU etuctilly lace b odie Cas rfinuaLd uh Pear.tea* her iOasaaa veil She earned a cascade f Mrs. Umitri i. Cilia Miss Gtah to Wed Norman Solomon Arlene Davida Gersb and M man Frank Solomon will be ried on November 7 in the 1 Frontenac Hotel The bride-elect 1thp datigl of Dr. Myron Ger-!i Chicago. I and Mrs. Beatrice G rsh 404 Wa 1 nut on ave Miami Beach. n h >m she resides Mr. Solomon> paren • in Samuel Solonv Miami. Formerly of Chi attended Hyde Park llijh and the U n i ve rsit ; f Illinois t She came to Miami Beach in and was also a stu %  at thsl versity of Miami Her sororit| Tau Alpha Beta. Miss Gersh 1currently J staff of Kneseth Israel Co tion, Miami Beach A resident of V -ince: and formerly of New Haven,! and New York Citj I graduated from Miami Senior! School, received thi AB from the Ohawnit) : Florid 1 1947 and the M 'Mm\ years later A practicing attorne] since J • uary. 1953. h jateolj I of ff School of Laa Mr 1 mon was one ol Ihe 21 ori members of Alpha / j Zeta Beta Tau Iraternitj He i member of the ft • ral Bar 1 ciation. American B-.Dade County Juvenile Court 1 secretary of Miami %  ,-npClal In 1949. Mr Boh %  s wrote | (first case study of ..eralei quency. covering the Jim Court, and later -ervrd as ad j to the League of V. %  -.r. Votfi North Florida. Former tegislatt\e chai I the Dede County Jaeenlk Co he is a veteran of -Id Wirl €? The ceapte wul reside ia Tampa teaaad MIM 5y *va B ersjer g al a tuea daati Maetm lalilwn wa* 'his trothrr, beft maiT The twa Ber afus were knaV ia



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TAGE 2 B i^ntfhricltor FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Slichot Service Saturday Night ..._. i_ .K .~, ( n rm>l nraver service opening trie Mign nu j Slichot services Awe-filled Houses leaders direct their congregation' in the first formal prayer -<-r\ Roh Hashoru will follow on Tuesday and Wednesday. September 28 and 29. and on October 6. Jews here and throughout the orld will assemble for the Kol Vidre service prior to Yom Kippur. the Dl October 7. Atonement, which thi< year is on FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY SENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6.30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 6 p.m followed by Maanv Rev Heim will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 45 pm Saturday morning services are at 8 3C uhen Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate and preach. Cantor Abraham Seif vfll render ihe %  portions of the liturgy The Rabbi will conduct as adult class a: 4 45 pm. Mincha is at 5 31 lowed by Shal'Saw : Ki Mr ktaanv tl at 6 45 p.m Slichot will t* MrFraE: %  ... be .' r.aree of a WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER %  6 | at 6 pjn ... I ISRAELITE CES'ER %  %  • %  Weatil Portiur.. Cantor Saaaael Salkow rioos of the liturgy V • 8 pm.. followed by Shi Slichot w;il be Si-..%  mionight. with the Rabbi discussing "Preparing for Self-Ex^ Cantor Salko* %  ill rtnoer the liturgy. BETH EL CONGREGATION ... hold Friday evening sen.' 6:30 p.m Saturca) morr.ir.i ices are a? e 30 a %  Shmaryahu S*ur>k> will officiate and preach on the them*Wheat Shad m I raphn will be held Saturda;. at ~ ,dnight. Cantor Fi-hel Lutn.Bill the musical DOT Sarirsk) will and Sing TEMPLE ISRAEL hold Friday evening servio 8:15 pm with Rabbi Joseph Nar't offmating Saturday morning services are at 11 am. when Herbert, son of Mr and Mrs. Nat L Williams, will become Bar Mitzvah. The service will coincide with the opening of the religious school, grades seven through nine, attend ing from 9.30 to noon on Saturday, and grades Kindergarten through six. from 930 to noon on Suncij. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATE wJB b d Fnday 6 15 p m Saturd> seta are at 8 30 i -. -. : Bread on the • • trial %  %  %  %  • • %  • t t NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will \ ...... %  7 45 a i ANSHE EMES CONGREGiCS %  %  -ft* _a. CORA. UmtM JEWISH CENT ER v-m Doie Fnoa> ev^-nin: Morru D %  %  i anc d:scii" ing Wertl j morning sen.%  45 a m when the %  • Virtues -d lor Saturda} a: will 'j> •*. ith God and Mar. .-•-:• of ; • • will :• n f the will be KL BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE %  %  6 15 ; pening ,care at 9 a m when Lrnnard. MM of Mr and MrDavid Bcndell. 2810 SW 17th -t" become Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Moses MeschH-.ff will officiate at Sliehot servicei Saturday at midnight. Sunday morning serviceare at 8 am.; with daily sen icescheduled for 7.30 a.m. and 6.15 p m. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening sen iceat 8 30 p.m with Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating and preaching on the topic: The Spirit if Belonging" Cantor Albert Glantz will render the m I the liturgy. Car -:emberwill be distributed rtofl H Breitbart. Hoati at thSabbat will include Ml illBIW L-adore If-hir, Dl vid Collins Sam Gitlen and Joseph Sau! Saturday morning services A hen the Rabbi will iti of Labor." JIT of Mr and MrAlex Rubin, will become Bar -cheduled f<>r %  • >aturday Rabbi Herson In Search of God : MrPi Vl r refreshments ice. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE • 15 pjJB. S re at 9 a.m., Kiddu-h will be at 6 Lazartts Li bn A :il of%  and 6.30 p.m SunN at 9 a.m. and 6 30 p m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning -m SON are at 8:30 am. when Rabbi AJurah Chill will officiate and adJoseph Howard, son of MrDorothy Kagel. who is scheduled • come Bar Mitzvah. Mincha will be at 6 p m.. followed by Shal..Seudoi The Rabbi will discu-the Weekly Portion. Slichot ted for Saturday at midnight Cantor Aaron Weingarled by a choir under the U n of Dr. Paul Held, will chant the ritual, with Rahhi Chill addre>-inu the congregation. Cantor Rudolph E Brill Saturday morning services are at 9 ajn. Slichot will be held Saturday at midnight Refreshments will be i prior to services at 10:90 pm Rabbi HurwiU will deliver %  ennou al both morning and midnight services. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening BtTTtcca at 8 15 pm, with Rabbi M M Sparer officiating and IT. preaching on the them.. hood will be ho-,evJ3! jShabbat foUowiB. ^"* he.dSa.urda> a f **R cers of the S.Merhood Jj coffee prior to the J~., *" Sparer is schedu^f "Come to My Hou*"to MONTICELLO'PA,; Friday evening serv,^ 1 Continue on r m $ ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will sen ices al p m nh Rabbi B Leon Hur %  ,ited by The \VILSO\ Srttool tnc (Formerly COBURN SCHOOL — Established 1925) KINDERGARTEN ELEMENTARY JUNIOR HIGH Qualified Teachers Modern Classrooms Excellent Cafeteria Safe Transportation Individual Instruction in small groups. Fifteen students to a teacher in Dementary Grades. Twenty students to a teacher in Junior High Grades. NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION • Classes Begin Tuesday, Sept. 14th 1000 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle, Miami Beach Dr. James T. Wilson MKM *'*'•*" Teo *erifem>i.t of Doet Ceent, p„kKc Sct*.U Mrs. Elsie Delaney ASSISTANT OltfCTOt Tkirtv-fM, Tear. Tefcer. Print,., oa D.rect.r ,f E|, mtM ry JJJ Schools of Doit Ceaaty VISIT THIS VUY UNIQUt MODtM ftlVATt SCMOOl %  UHDINC Telephone UN 6-1011 (Complete mJ ObeptndM Gifte Sekn^ M IAMI TITU tOHtmctCo. 15 YEARS Or TITLE SERVICE Dl DADE COr/MTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSl This \mmmm PeJkiea • Kaasa* City TMa bii/tsti Co. Capital, Sarahn I N aar. M laeaW UJHQfi— 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE H "In Our 20th Year of Community Service" Dade Federal CAN HELP YOU WITH LOW COST, EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT HOME FINANCING to BUY, BUILD, REFINANCE, REPAIR or REMODEL Consult our friendly Home Loan Officials about your horns financing problems NOW! THERE'S NO OBLIGATION! 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PAGE 6 A tJgtf&gsdgUL FRIDAY, SLTTEMBQ President Greets Tercentenary Continued from Page 1 A included: Rabbi S. Rodrigucs Pereira, who heads the Sephardic Community of Amsterdam, Holland; Rabbi Bueno de Mesquita. of Surinam, Dutch West Indies; and Captain William Sebag Montefiore, representing the Sephardic Congregation of London. Representing the overall Tercentenary committee of Three Hundred, which has been planning the observance for more than two years, was the Tercentenary chairman, Ralph E. Samuel. At the services at Shearith Israel messages were received from many Jewish spiritual leaders throughout !the world, including Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie, of (Jrcat Britain; and Rabbi J. Tal. Chief Rabbi ol the Ashkenazic Jewish Community of Amsterdam. Virtually every organized Jewish group in the United States — on all levels, national, regional and local — has scheduled a large VU | riety ol events forming part <>f the Tercentenary observance, which I will last until next May 29. The National Jewish Welfare Board announced that its lecture bureau has made special Tercentenary plans which include the scheduling of speakers in many communities, and aid to local JewIll Samuelt Samuels Named Choir Master North Shore Jewish Center announces the appointment of Eli Samuels, well known musician, to the post of choir master. Samuels comes to the Center from New York City, where he worked with cantors of world fame, including Yo-ele Rosenblatt. Pinchik and Hirshman. Samuels directed the choir at the Brooklyn Jewish Center for three years, as well as at Temple Emanuel in Patterson. N.J. He received his Music degree in 1924 from McGill University in Montreal, Canada Samuels is now training a choir of 12 voices, WOO Will chant the liturgy at the High Rolida) sen ices, .is well as throughout the year. Tropp Named GMJCC Assistant Director Appointment of Emanuel Tropp as assistant director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. was announced here l>> Kfraim H. Gale, executive director of GMJCC, Tropp was formerly director of ac-; tivitiea of GMJCC for the past two years, a position which was terminate.I as "I September 1. In his eapacin at assistant director. Tropp will work with the exe-' CUtive director and will be respon sible for supervision of the various programs conducted by GMJCC at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. Town Branch. Beach Branch and extension programs at Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center. Coral! Gables Jewish Center, Jewish Home for the Aged and other programs. Prior to coming to GMJCC, Tropp served for three years as activities supervisor of the Lynn Jewish Community Center, as well as on the field work faculty of the Boston University School of Social Work. He is a graduate of the New York School of Social Work of | Columbia University and is an ac-1 tive member of many professional j associations, including the Ameri-1 can Association of Group Workers and the National Association of Jewish Center Workers. He is married and the father of two daughters. 4 Miss Chatterton To be Honored by Beach Council Miss Ruth Chatterton. star ol stage and screen, will be presented with a membership in the Council J of Jewish Women. Miami Beach Section, at the initial membership tea of the group to be held Tuesday. September 21.1:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm ave. Interest in racial prejudice, particularly directed against Jews, has long concerned Miss Chatterton, whose novel on this subject "Homeward Home." brought her literary recognition several years ago. The actress is also noted for her service to United Jewish Appeal. It is in gratitiude to this achievement that Miami Beach Section, National Council of Jewish Women, takes pleasure in presenting her with a membership in our organisation," the hostess explain led. The public is invited to the tea on Tuesday, if they are interested in the work of, and possible membership in. Council. vV -ft 1 Trip to be Awarded Here "Get joiners for Council and see j the world" might well be the slogan of Council oi Jewish Women's membership teas to be held on Tuesday. September 21, at 1:30 p.m. This is the offer of Councilnational headquarters: to award a round-trip ticket to the triennial convention in New Orleans, scheduled for March 20 to 25. to the member who secures the most new members before January. 1955. according to an announcement byMrs Aaron Fair, membership coordinator for Greater Miami Section. Hostess for Beach members will be Mrs Alexander Kogan at her home. 3722 Royal Palm ave Mrs M. B. Rood. 845 Catalonia ave will be hostess for the Town Division, Chairmen a re Mrs, Sidney Schwartz and Mrs. Irving Hirsch, for Beach and Town respectively. Mrs. I! 11 r stein to Be Installed Mrs-Manuel Burstein will be installed president of Mount Scopus Group of Hadassah at ceremonies on Sunday evening, September 19, 8 p.m., at Coral CableJewish Center. Rabbi Morris Shop, spiritual leader, will be installing officer. Others to assume posts are the Mesdames Eugene Friedman, George Lillian and Irwin lias, vice presidents; Louis Rubin, treasurer Mark Bernard, corresponding secretary. The Mesdames J M Fishman. financial secretary; Joseph Shapiro, social secretary; Aaron Sillier blatt. recording secretary; and Joel Belov, parliamentarian. Miss Yaffee Rosenthal, Israeli student at the University of Miami, will present a dance program, and Miami attorney Joseph Pardo will sing. Chairman of the evening is Mrs. A. A. Pekelner. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will bring greetings. Ufa centers, VMHA's and YWHAi ,„ ihe planning ol taut programs, pageants, meetings, rallies, book review presentations, adult inst lute-and other eventThe Jewish Hook ( ouncil. also sponsored bj JWB. has prepared s specul wrcentenarj exhibit, titled W Years of Jewish Literature w America \ Tercentenary statement was Issued here by the Jewish Labor Committee, representing more than 500,000 Jewish workerin AH. and CIO unions. Adolph Held. chairman ol the Jewish Labor Committee, announced that a -pedal television program dr unaticalh depicting the role played DJ Jew i-h labor in the building 0i Am" ica will be broadcast on Septcm ber 26 Later this Fall. Mr Held said, a -pccial edition of the Jewish Encyclopedia will be issued In Yiddish and English giving. In his tone perspective, 1 repeal on the contributionol Jewish labor in helping the American labor movement M S whole and the American Jewish community in particular. 1 Nn A. B. WIENER, president of Dade County CPA's. pre*, citation to J. S. Seidman. president of the New York, CPA's. as Robert H. Altemus. President ol Florida CPA's. 1 on. Seidman is also chairman of the Committee 011 Ffc Taxation of the American Institute of Accountants and consulted by the House and Senate Committees on the I enue Act of 1954. He addressed a special meetinq of thet— CPA's at the Algiers Hotel lasjt week. Some 300 persoa] tended. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Anna H Berow, 280 Euclid ave Miami Beach, 1at home after visiting friendand relativein Hot Springs, St. Louis, < hicago, Detroit, Albanj and New York. Mr and MrSol S Goldstrom have returned to then home alter vacationing in North Carolina for -i\ weeks At Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonville, N.C., for the month of September are Mr. and MrMarcel Dreyfus, Miami Beach, and Mr and Mrs 1 Lesser and daughter, Mimi, ol Miami. Mr and Mrs Harry Gordon and Mr and Mrs. George Feller return ed Wednesday from a two week vacation In Cuba and Mexico. • Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Weidberg, Miami Beach, have left Paris, France and are enroute to Mon tecatini, Italy, during a tour of the European continent Dr. and Mrs Weidberg expect to be home in mid October. Mr and MrBenjamin App.l. ol 1805 Lenox ave. are on an extended vacation including Sa: Springs and New York, where they plan to mark then30th wedding anniversary. In for the occasion will be tin ir son-in-law, Karl Pertnoy. Vision Forum Slated Here A large delegation of school teachers from Dade County is expected to participate in the 1954 Children's Vision Forum at Coral Gables Senior II 1 g h S e h 0 0 I Auditorium on September 18. ai c ording t 0 an announcement from Inrun chair m a n Dr Stanlej Fromra ol Miami Shores The H <[> V p,. a*, program, which 1open to all teacherand principalof Dade County, is designed to acquaint tea. hers with latest rr-earch and techniques on visual problems as related to education. Under sponsorship of the Southe..-t Florida Optometric Association, the forum is being underwritten by the association as a public service and will feature panel dis111.-ions by educators, child psychologists and vision specialists. Dr. Lois B Bing, of Cleveland. expert on children's visual problem-, will address the lorum. Emanu-El PTA to Hold Tea Wednesday] Opening function of the 1 for the Parent Teacher Asso of Temple Emami-H if | "Room MotherTea" to be I Wednesday, September 22. lt| at the home ol Mrs, Harold 1 field, chairman. !040 Biy dr,| ami Beach nouncement b\ Mr-. Benj| Greene, PTA president. A committee of the PTA, I Room Mothers act as a liaMSSJ tween the Religious School parents nf its -indent-. Mrs Hirschfield it Mrs. Jerry Resnick and Mn1 cia Katz, cochairmen. Luncheon Scheduled Sisterhood of Zaniora .lew i-h Center will tender %  welcome luncheon to Mr-. Edith Hurwitz, newly chosen chaplain ol the Sis terhood and wife of Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz, Zamora spiritual leader, on Wedm-day. September 22. 12 p.m.. at the Center. Mrs. Ross Opens Offices For Counseling Service Mrs Laura 11 Ross, AB. MRS, announces the opening ..1 her office for counciling in marital problems. child gui.lai.ee and l.imily rela""'iin Room 519, Lanmford BuildIn %  Miami. A psychiatric social worker, Mrs. Ito-s has over 17 yearof experience in direct contact with clients She is a graduate of Columbia im Verstty, New York School of ML Cia] Work, and is | member of American Associatlom oi Social Workers, Psychiatric Social Workers and Medical Social Workers. Masada Schedules Dance at Monte Carlo | Miami Beach Masada Adult Zionist District second annual "Harvest I dance at the Monte Carlo Sunday, September 19. Music will be provided by] Novak and his. Continental I j tra. Dancing wilj -tart at 9| Proceeds of the affair, ac to Jerry Miller, president, to Masada "U project 111 bratL] Silver Agricultural Tr." School. Chairman of the affair wilf Leila Gross, assisted bj Waldstein, (Hon., WaldDUn, erly Sperling, Stanlej JOMIWIBIJ Selma Schenkman enlarged. Robert H Fi!e com ~ 1951 nOW ^"^ manager, revealed uiis weekZW ^•^ aod ^^ bility will be more than ^Xt a nlTsl^l!?^ ^ erator scheduled for operation 2 1956 kU Watl gen Mrs. Meyers Given Award Mrs. Anna Brenm r U attorney and member of the County Board ol Public Ifl tion. was recently presented' a.pearl medallion by Iota A Pi sorority at the international ganization's bi-annual convew held in the Roney Plaza Hotel %  Banquet speaker at the con ing function of the wtfOnOl vention. Mrs. Meyers wassurw by the presentation -W A Pi's alumnae achievement a> which is infrequently given_ which she received tor her civic contributions. Mrs. Meyers spoke abort Ml cent trip to Sweden, where sn.e elected vice president of Lawyers of the World. Rho chapter at the ***£ Miamf received the Hannah J bin Joseph sterling silver cup the most general P***" j chapter also won the l* 1 for outstanding activity in ^| curricular work, as c scholarship and service. Mrs. Eli King, of Miami, *"" general chairman of the conjj tion, was named expansion r man, and Miss Laura freud.] ami Beach, president of the er Miami alumnae cha J*', Mrs. Gerold Gorger, of J ke u|) dens. N.V.. were named c members-at-large.



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PAGE 14 A ^JeHisfncrtf&f 7 FRIDAY, SEPTO mi, 1T Bonds Seek 851.000.000 in Sales mmg^mm MEW V' RK A camMi. 000.000 in the • tour noaths I Israel's in stri ... _. % %  B nda mu inaafurlay at th enhii %  %  %  E ndwhich a lb community leaders from all wintry and Canada Tie $24,000,000 h. r been rd 'he S75.O00.0O0 1954 The campaign was launched in rt -pon>t to pica— in person and through n r m '• %  itical and economic lead. I i .ding Premier lloshe Sharett. Finance Minister Levi E>hki>. -,or of the Israel State Bank David Horowitz and Amb; Eban. The parley also heard from Henr> pfontor and Julian B Venezky. chief executive officer and chairman 'if the extcut: -pectively. of the bond drive orization-. and from two delegations of American communal who recently toured I>rael Mr Eban. who ea> just retuned e in Jeru told the delegates that the m balance of power in the Middle %  -o laboriously achieved at the <\pen>e of 1-rael blood ar. sure, was in mortal danger if the Arab I -• strengthened militarily at this lime If this precarbalance were up^et. he declared, •then issues ol -uch prolity and urgency a> we have ne\er known since 1948 would a.ain arise in their fullest urgenand dirm The Ambassador, 'ir.fier-conng America's foremost role in helping e-tablish the State of I-rael and in helping ll set its financeeconomy and security on -*rong foundations. Studies Added to Music The Yomen Music Studio. 1800 Michigan ave Miami Beach. h<>reopened with the study of har • ny. theory and compi added to the piano course already conducted by Margaret Yomen, director. According to MrYomen arranged for pupils %  rious levels of musical development %  for what %  %  %  %  .f the formal %  Mr I n the ........ -ticularly in th der villages In a me-.I tl %  ..lled for ficat. %  in the baianc"• he Midc policy of arming th I •• %  • „ the M B > helping to render I-rael in nable. and by derr. faith in her future, it d ..nd pron pros tractive {•• Mr. Hoi I i %  • nal expert, outlined thi nomic or.frj in the Confi • listed the "four mam nomic policy iri 1 Thmen" -h population iron: the Diaspora into i-r. • %  %  • of this new population. 3 Tran-ition of thitrai %  %  ulation act Duntry; 4 Transformation ol the country, and the expansion of itproductive faciii" scale applicat: pita! and skill" SHKOTH Sat., Sept. 1" 1,:0 MMaiffct BOSH HASHONA IVE M... Sept. J7ffc *:45 p.. POSH HASHONA Tvrsday and Wednesday Sept. 28th and Jttfc :!S BJU. KOI NtDlf October 6th 4:30 p.m. J( TOM %  **•! October 7th Beth Emeth Party Sisterh I oi Beth Emeth Conion will hold a card and mah paitl on September 20. 8 p.m.. i,t the Biltmore Terrace Hotel. To Sponsor Ploy Sisterhood or oral QpU I** n, r *'" iponior -null Iquaintance." .Urnn, Rulh *| tattoo, oa Wednesday wenJS temtH-r 22. at the B.|. m „ r BOOM Mrs Herbert R charge of r — H iattoi SUNRAYPAB HEALTH RES0BT LEGAL NOTICE Beth El Women to Meet ptionBetn El will b 21, al 8 pm. in D \ • Mi n %  A social hour will f • t CIRCUIT COURT OP THE VTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN CMANCERV. No. 172ST0 ANNK M \ i R %  MU P h l a tt ff Course on Beach A former Julhard M ..student MrYon,..-!, has tor the past three yearconducti nual Children'Mil i ram ii Mian I bV ach. Ben Yomen. I mposer and teacher, will din %  in re;rl Rabbi Caplan to Speak MrFrances I llian. president of the K hood, this thai the first open ill be r 21, 8 pm. m thi all ol the -:•na: hi Jonah E Caplan will B'nai B'rith Women Open Season Tuesday mi Chapter, B'nai B'rith the -' .'-on with luncheon and card mtinental restaurant on Tuesdaj noi ~ %  mber 21. Ii chargi ol reservations are Mr\ '/. Alpert and Mrs. Leon Arrangements will be in charge of MrMike Fon \ %  A Hankin, MrBen Sie! Botl and Mr-. Jack 1 I to make it even more minium convenient for you to bank by mail We NowTiujTbttoge'Bolk fopf i \j=^ Mi''. Phone or stop in today and ask for our new postage paid Bonl< By Mail envelopes, with deposit slip and receipt attached. Then, oil you have to do is fill out the attached deposit slip, enclose it with your ^deposit ond drop the envelope in your mail box! Immediately upon receipt, we'll mail you your deposit receipt together with forms and envelopes for your next transaction. Incidentally, did you know that we were the first Miami bank to offer the convenience of a Bonk By Moil service? Start using this time-saving, money-saving Florida National service today You'll like it. IliULr AND TRUST COMPANY At Miami Alfred I duPont Building $ Member: Feder. I Deposit Insurance Corporate Federal Reserve .,„•,. F.or.da K.t.onil Gro" tkll It OM l I I.KATHFRMAN, t Ci KNOl i.i:. Biillers •( Immrtal Memorials fir the P13r> 0 RttQ Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story WM Building Thurmond Monument Ci MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Of** Svadays H>*n 1MM Mitchell Jacoby announcti to the I Jewish Community of Greater Miami f he opening of Jewish Funeral Facilities under his complete direction and exclusive supervijin j of fhe FLAGLER FUNERAL SERVICE 2987 WEST FLAGLER STREET Phone 4-6414 I. P. CMSJSTfNSEN, f,~r,l OitKtt offering... 24-Hour Ambulance Service Air Conditioned Chapel Private Off-street Parking Facilities Modern Family Cars Private Family Rooms comm smia PR/C TO /MIT row m*



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JAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 • Jen 1stHerMian PAGE 5 A V w4 HEY THERE-KIDS! Bring your MOM and DAD... TV and STAGE STARS! SOUVENIRS! the y )+ %  SOFT DfclNKS! Hr BALLlOONS! CELEBRATE GRAND OPENING££ ade Federal mt^t^^k^MfM NEW-EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5797 N. W. 7th AVENUE THURSDAY, Sept. 16th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Open 'Til 9 PM This Friday and Saturday, too Come in — Get acquainted SHOP IN EDISON CENTER AND SAVE PUT YOUR SAVINGS IN DADE FEDERAl SAVINGS Accounts here are INSURED to 310,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and EARN dividends twice a year for you at the current rate of 1% per annum LOW COST, easy monthly payment HOM E FINANCING— to buy, build, refinance, repair or remodel. Consult our friendly Home Loan officials about your home financing problems NOW! THERE'S NO OBLIGATION! AHapattoh trench 1400 N.W. 36h Sire.I Dade Federal Tamiami tronch 1901 S.W. 8* Slr.tt JOSEPH M. UPTON Pf>id.nl Editon Cntw trench 5797 N.W. 7th A.mi Resources Exceed 60 Million Dollars Reserves Exceed 3*i Million Dollars



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PAGE 4 B 9-Je^lftncrkfiar FRIDAY, SEP TEMBTR 17. North Shore Building be Finished Soon to North Shore Jewish Center's new building, designed by M. Tony | Sherman and lauded by architectas one of the finest synagogue cen-1 ten in the South, will be complet t-d in time to make its facilities a\ailable for High Holy Da> iceKzra Finegold. president, announced this week A Temple with seating capacity (or 1.100 persons highlights the, .structure, which is dominated by a tower that houses the centra! air conditioning system. The centers social hall and synagogil arated by a collapsible uali. which can be disi both : With a membership drive headed by Judge Hieodore R Seminary Will Honor Friedland NEW Y I the J-.w.-r i the S %  Bav Harbor Mand* in high it iexpected that a maximum at tendance will be pre-ent for Ro>h Ha-hona and Yom Kippur sei .Id said More than 400 fam..Iready belong making North Shore the second largest Con* m in Miami Beach he corner oi 75th and DickerN ilblc building thr. S100.000 mongage issued bj i Federal Savings and tion Officialof the I %  %  school in the %  Judge Silver Named Chairman Appointment of Judge Sam Sil ver of Sholem Lodge of Miam M chairman in thiarea tor U national B na, Brith %  N^nUp dme. to ^ held from November 1 December 12. announced Iki. ireek by .lack Mr>chbaum ,,, ,| s,„ith Florida Council „i Bnai H'nth Lodges judg. Silvei has designated MOB dav September 20. P !" l r 1 ;i pluming session to be held al IM Empress Hotel The meeting will w open lo all Hens' I b ,pten o! Bnai B nth nth Florida Silver ii I'--' president .. uth Florida Council and lei i dg< and has tied with many CIMCam ,1 jnves He %  president of the Municipal Judgi \ %  '•'"'" nd is Municipal \\,-t Miami a bulwark ol pes to em members in the South \ n %  \ t'nai B'nth leadei e> .: plan meetii • %  ; in k >' : "' tncl \ S which Includes the six eastern seaboard states and Washington. DC; Julius Fisher of Koanoke. Va, district secretary; Max Krotoff. of Wash ington l> C national membership commissioner, and Sidney Aronovitz. of Miami, president of Florida State Bnai B'rith Association District field director Bob Schneiderman will arrive in Miami October 15 and will remain through the month of December to assist in this campaign District 5 Bnai B'rith has a membership of more th..n 20.000 OK Opens Sei; first annual meetm. Greater Miami (5$? fl "• American ORT^I^'W day evening at th, v IWV Meeting Du. Norman Bruce Brown ft.) 174mAux.l,ar >JeVi ;j;J erans. will hold a joint soj Wednesday evening. Sepu^j .8 pm, at the Republic*, 1947 West Flagler M Far Temple Z~tana B D Hole "::_..-. Ser :es %  %  %  I .. arranged people, will once at ed by 1 r Rab binica umbia Unit• n -':Wiener wai B ih at Temple Emanu-El and was a leader of youth activitii raduaIrom Miami Beach S High School ^d Ned by awardh%  ntinc the highest achievements in schol:p and athletic' bj Lehrn will be transmitted to the dining room iud speaker Worshippers will also hear the traditional Kol Nidre chant b) Cantor Philip Brummer Saul i. mpie educational director, will direct the activity z. Wins Chamber Z %  :_"=-; %  ; %  Award Here ; %  %  %  i Flagler Women Meet %  %  Walter K. mar. and I Miami Convalescent Home LEO ALLEN D rectae 135 S Mr. "2th Avt... Prone* !W ana t-0271 Se*cnii*ino in Care to tie E So' i"t Chronically III. 2* M-.•. -. %,-, ice 5>pc Deti Btrictly Octr.ig Private ana Se^ Pi tt P-ocma. rsr.r. -K: Finn ?K jrw? CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH Moderately Air Cenditieaea', %  eaotiful Synogojue 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach ANNOVNCfS THAT THE OFFICI 1$ OPEN THI IMTttl DAT FM THOSE WHO WIU I RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR SEATS, FOR THE COMING TEAR 571S HIGH HOLIDAY TO GET THE SEATS OF TOW CHOKE, OBTAIN THEM NOW! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL THI OFFICE, 51-1521 The Spiritual leader Rabbi Joseph E RacU frail — > Sp—ktr awl Renowned Caatw KNOWN AS THE YtRUSHAlM Will Conduct Services a*d Deliver Hit Sermons Rabbi Rockovsky te Chant"iSTalkwas Saturday nigbT {San. 1 a.m.) September Uth HYMAN SHIR, PruMllI SOLOMON ALTER, Vice '.tile*] SIMON HILL, Secretary T RfSfRVATIONS NOW BUNG MIEN FOR THE HIGH H01Y Dirt ler-Gronada Jewish Community Center 50 N.W. Slit PLACE, MIAMI Call Eveningi: NEWMAN-83 5898 ADELMAN-83-1420 C0VERMAN-IJ; FEIDMAN-MO 7-0490 FlagU Judoe itm Sihei listen to SCHACHTERS Yiddish Program fver Sundar, WMBM, 12 te 2 p.m. This program it the first end has th loront listening audience Kneseth Israel Congregation 1415 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH ANNOUNCES THAT THERE ARE STIU SOM SEATS AV All ABU FOR 1 HIGH HOLY DAYS m out Completely Air Conditioned Synagogue CALL FOR TOUR TICKETS NOW Our New Sfirilttml leader Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan Will Cendvcf the Services and Preach the Smaaai Oar Own Cantor Abraham Seif Will Cheat the lirvray REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR OUR TALMUD TOM a.d SONOAT SCHOOL Umdtr the Persaaai Smpinriti— • Oar Rabbi For Informotien an Tickets ar Raflistratia* Call Oar 0Hi, Sw Tifereth Israel Northside Center 6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE IHiinhhil Ilif/li Holiday Svrviws AT OUR AIR CONDITIONED TEMPLE candvcled by RABBI ABRAHAM HERSON aad CANTOR ALBERT GLANTZ Reservations may be mode eeery evening frem 7:30 a.m. ta 10 a.m. at the Center. Far infarmotiaa call 89-6791; 89 9255, 89-8243. SELKHOS SERVICES SATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 18th, IMS P.M SKULl CAM, PRATER ROOKS, TALEISIM DISTRIBUTED TO ALL WORSHIPPERS DAHT HERREW SCHOOL, SUNDAT SCHOOL, CONFIRMATION AND BAR MITZVAH CLASS The Synogogue with NO High Holiday Public Money Appeals Torah Temple MA R NAT I \cx. MS. Miami Beach ANNOUNCES LOUIS GARTEWMW rrot ELISHA TERSER AM NT0 TORAH RIADBB •l-tTIFtl, DIGNIFII0, NNNIN.rtl mm HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES HEBREW ENGLISH LITURGY Three Seating Sections: Men Only • Women Only • Family Seating GUEST SPEAKER ••bbi-PsycaalMJif ABRAHAM M CASSEL LECTURES aad) SERMONS IN ENGLISH Reservations — • "First Came tint Sanred" Basil o --"' -" %  "SSEL AM S^sts O-a Prk. BeOW, fo '' S 0ci0WJ Meetly Air A, ^* RESERVAThONS DAILYaa .k. a,. DAILY -t the A.d„.rH,m oHke, 18) a. W aa*. or 1JR4 W^l *-* Ufx eA,„..I '"' "* *~ **** *" a71 ...run; mC,TATm 0f ^m DURING THE HIGH JfOlY DAYS 11 SUCH0S SATURDAY, SEPTEMBIBR Uth MIDNtOHT All *** WWSTRATION IN OUR tlUGtOUS SCH0R4 NOW I



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PAGE 4 A +Je*lshI*£M&£= FRIDAY, SEPTEMRPD T r*\^*i***\****+'\**'\*+****\^4 Oublithed .very Friday tinea MT by th. _Ijwlj* :• jlan at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami 1$. Florida :ered i! tecond-clati ma'ter J ~ot Miami. Fla.. under the vjenisrficridiw Sixih sne „ i During The Week ... A OFFICE and PLANT — IW n -\ m Telephones 2-1141 • I Se, i 4. 130. at the Poit Act of March S. 187. FRED K. SHOCHET fc~. Editor and Publisher LED MINDLIN N ewsjdito^ The Jewish Tercentenary This week marks the beginning of the Terencry celebration in the United States, the observance ci the passing of 300 years since Jews first settled here. History tells us that it was a group of lews. flee na from persecution in South America, who first set foot in what was then the Dutch colony lew Amsterdam. Apart from showing the rcir.ge of Jewish dispersion over the cent... event emphasizes c people's eternal struggle to discover for themselves and their descenders an atmosphere in which the human ccr.science could function freely. It was the raw material of such an atmosphere which the 23 fleeing pioneers did find here. An intearal aspect of the Tercentenary celebration will be the relating of Jewry's signilicant role in further fashioning that atmosphere, in contributing to its full emergence during the Revolutionary War und in nurturing it since those bleak days cf battle aaainst Engirr.d until this very period in our history, when the United States commands c position of leadership end dignity among free nations of the world. The Jewish story in America is one of dedicated citizenship through decades of peace .: war. No chronicle of the past 300 years ccn be complete without a detailed accouMting ;iose noble Jew Only our psychi radfaiaa direction ol quietude and. so met i mes indolence innota|M| I,.It inot tor the passing of a season but for th. \ \, \t year's summer may be even more insistent than lad fctfl u 5na n not bi able to amid our duty. THIS PARADOX WAS, IT MUST be admitted u th.manners .f man than were several others we noticed th:wg| enforced if lethargic observation. ThereeVc tn be p and the fell season will insist upon that quality In us two which caught our attention. Most humorous, and r „ therefore most didactic, was the case of Israeli "Ra\ A if MojaiL. whose visit to the United States elicited a storm of editorial ojee^ Gen Dayan came here, it must be admitted, at his and the) specific request to study US military' Inatallatioei Sis ously. his Iraqi counterpart was also in Washington, receivaf| erican government honors and being flown at our expetseL, untry to the other in the style to which no Aral a rich Arab is at home accustomed. Gen. Dayan. reports infa ,,advised b\ the State Department to travel by commercial! and to pay as he went. When in the lace of the Iraqi's being awarded COVtJafl Greater Miami Section, National Council of decoration it became common knowledge that Gen Dayaan h Women this week won top honors b pie to hop an Eastern Airlines clipper like an) urdiun/i B conference for Dade tal. ourprei Talc was rightly so, and editorial writers surmised propenjj St |t< Di ; ailment bad really gone out of itwi cement k can-A rah League cam#a%rie. The June issue of the \ mental • oBmittee's TCa port "from Israel" remarks The letaiti djf en' in the t'ntti-d States are known by sow. and :•ta li.,re h .rmfrrl ttrl|raLa r 1e4ninre--i on in I r 3r*nrer] (ustl; honor. Until •"• inaMded ... leliberati iirfult Iren here were forced to go BUT VOL. 7, NO. 9, OF "The Jewish Agent quoted to Si" Augustine for their education. But the al home August 8 as saying U InertW oroKU 50 members in the Greater M. repotted on the circumsti rtainl) >• !t nothing of it in our eonl I i*htl ID tour was purely for study In a tr.endly ourselves, and all courtesies due in such circun %  full] lie added N a this nia\ !• an excellent example of militarj nun • l • aves much lo be desired as an espial rnment's indelicacy in the matter reach'! a low international relations — even for the Dulles St.. 1 Iv;>artment so true that tin. many of us were not. as the AJ. report i full) cognizant of all the details attending Gen Dayan interpretation of that treatment could only depend upon a %  understanding of the circumstances under which the t.>ur here had been arranged. It is not far fetched to %  %  few in our ranks either publicized or. knew about tl*| %  III. cues proper cause for us to wonder about Ik*t of intellectually dishonest means of pressure and their ratal f" issue the) presume to enhance. Our genuine and, aw. considerM Shcnct services Saturday at midnight rrfark criticism of American foreign policy in the Near East h-rdrjr the opening cf the High Holy Day season, when Israel good when such criticism is not based upon irreproachabkl Jews will v Hebrew New Year 5715. l! <" met*!) weakens other and more enterprising of ur [ 7 c 'lat ions m the Affaire IS -Arab League-Israel and makes each I blichot weh affords us the opportunity for objections, no matter how valid, suspect. ^S^S r" r ? nSC ,e nCeS exCn ? :nm V h P 5t BUT AMERICAN JEWRY WAS NOT the only element •*>! year ana contemplating on what the future dulged in the pleasures of laaredoxkel feetosy during the n0*£ noias in store, irus period of awe and reverState Department is similarly guilty. Our governments ence is a pen.tent one in the highest sense. Egypt and other Arab countries, while putting an end tot Fnr in B iUt.l c ^\, .v Operations Aid scheduled for Israel, provoked a controve For in suently seexing out the corners of our throughout the world If the State Department has. as set*' we pay hommage to humanity's drive able, embarked upon a course of brotherly love with the set then it seems to H run grace, if not eoj ions, spiritually and intelthe sliep and arrows of offended opinion, wherewr it may I lef'j Hope He's Gol the fire Extinguisher An Award lVsrvMl a nmtn annual press Ccuntv clubwomen sponsored by the Miami HeseicL The award was made Council for its program of education fo: the totally blind in preschool : school-cge groups in Dade Count crni area heve come up program for these children wl ow being integi into cur local pul bool system. Council has t: i ied the praise of the community. Its members once again de:te the ex'ent to which Jewish organizations livities oi the area rrge. They also bring home cogently to us rclcI :-.... the ; ivic life of our sin-hoi Nerviefn freely according to the dictates of their consci er.ce. even as their neighbors have done and toward self-determination. But we also humbly bll,c and at ,he M P ens of the Jewish State, t continue to do. that has brouqht American lews recognize our limitations, scirituallv onrf int.1. ;lll' Ul K. C ertam ly ** P re P red t o V th recognize lectually. itself and without becoming either schizophrenic or apologetst TV,i,. r,./,.-.i..i <~ .v. Tnp (act remains that our leadership can no longer truly Thus, gra.aful lor tne independence of the to insist upon its impartiality in the Near East. The physical I will, we nonetheless admit to the error of hu "' n %  l development of iU policy there is counter to such I man failing, affirm our faith in the ancient ltt,vete ,n ,he f ce of ,hi ••••. "> *"" •"'>' ""fj J Drincioles of luHni m on^ ... u anc,eni > ington has taken upon itself a life of duality as a result of • %  principles of Judaism and seek forgiveness for spirit has weakened before the fleshpot that is Egypt The our faults. .„. ..^ ...shpot _. psychic paradox, has been further compounded b> the MJ ment's return to moral impulses in sn area where the) have r Penitence the key to the High Holy Days, known to exist before international relations is clso the key to the progress of mankind No ThlJv Washington insists upon apologies for people can rely on independence of w.ll and H h r T' r V b T U8hly Am ric,n iomr ine principles of rj.lf-determination. alone, civiliiatioa and to be impolite to the man whom we are aboe1. Where there is no humility bofore the noblest f u,e Faced *> • countless number of complaints abouiir of achievements — resDect accorrfH nr. „i k ,ssl "-'he State Department now has a form letter t'o*^ values there ran Cl I aCC rd d m ral I ,h ••! "hie. briefly explain, our government's posi "* J values -there can be no human continuum There is no chance of I' S. arms in Arab hands being -i the history of tyrants proves this adequately ,$raH Arab haalen hare promised fair play. Rampant u Slirhnt BaHtnl^. u M ^ f n,a 'ned The Arabs can help achieve that end. um bhchot Saturday will serve to remind us all onl > l—nt their -.Made in America" weapons at ^pic'** that our desUr.y must as surely be based unnn n,,,U M owhile, shells again fell Tuesday on J '' rual !rJ5f H'Ihese are the peradnses ot aummer Perhaps with the arrrwith our visi a "f vacation, they shall have fled apidtuod facton cs upcr. cny ethers



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PAGE 6 B •JenltffhrMtorL J2S£LIS5*BB, Letters To The Editor Editor. The Jewish Floridian: Prom our daily contact! with purchasers ol Israel Bonds, it is apparent that there is something less than complete understanding of the termof the first Independence Issue on the part of the public This lack of understanding roved embarrassing and may prove harmful unless some of the are made clear. Independence Issue Bonds were sold with the dear understanding that May, 1954, was the date on which tin became negotiable, in the sense that they could be reduced trum registered to %  r Bonds a n d subsequently sold i pen market. No authorized repn sentation was i ver ffed that the St it ..>, Financial and Developn time • ol the i late to rethese Bonds i tain special instances, These exprimarily, in the %  of a Bond b< ing cashed in Isr • I for poui i II th ol the d owner. Anj : lion to thi tely urn %  %  • thi ;.!<•• thai • spe r;h the pie '. ment with the State of Israel when they are told that neither this office nor the State ol Israel iempowered i" purchase Bondfrom their owners The prospectus of the Dew men! Issue ol Israel Bonds provides tor the conversion of pendence Issue BondI Issue Bonds; these t> ment Issui rnaj ,,un '"' .., sole collati ral for % %  ans up to 73 percenl ol the valu< I a iwith this aspect ol IsBonds that purcha i ently are confused, and if is on this point thai I feel lh< comma• %  !edifii it MANFRED L MIN Editor, Tlie Jewish I I h irtide wi by the Rabbil ttitude Ihi nouncing small in u • I !„ wor permanent, with a Rabbi and can [or or With jUSl a competent Sheluach Zibur designated by """ congregatfon to lead them m prayer should nol be considered a ch ,Henge to the dignity of our faith in facl H shooW '"' lv gpecti when I first arrived in Miami s„me yean ago, 1 '"'" ul nl v ; :,u ivnagoguei located in certain sections ol thecltj Todaj you win rind a Jewish house i I worship n almost everj par! ol Greater Mi ami Should some section -till have onl> a handful ol Jewish fsmihes and desire to worship on the High Hoi) Days in temporary quarters within walking distant t their Irish tradition Does it t large the conto my oi Hebrew li % %  group re Jews can II the) so de : nofeel thai the) uraged b) anyone, mi, I in organwhich at • have been labeled %  proud t ... Jewish I <-ii Ji wish I Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand MOVING IS SO EASY.. WHEN YOU CALL tWiliB Van Lined Miiai't Olliit %  < Oit *l tkt faitk'i Lsr|iil 'I Diilaict ft 0 • • r I • 0 ft Mum •fAMOUJ SlNCI 1137 then Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand tirV4W STORAGE SPACE NOW AVAILABLE IN OUR TWO MODERN. 7-STORY WAREHOUSES F reproof Cetstructioa Oaty Fnt Starafa' B oomj %  a Greater M j-m-S m inaRugVauRS. 10C\A0.T.*ilomtic Fire vl Burglary PieteOjon jft. PHONES'"'' w S&f <*^MAKE THEIR >M IN ISRAEL %  Jk SWEET & FRUITFUL ONE WITH A PRECIOUS GIFT OF FOOD GIFT SCRIP FOR $10, $15, $20, $25 and $50 PARCEL CERTIFICATES FROM $10.50 to $26.50 SERVICE • H..ISKAEL are a pride to our community. A quest inn has been raised as to whether one should worship on the High H"'> da >' s ,n ,m P rar y quarterwithin walking distance ol his home, or ride to a bonafide congregation I would appreciate this question being answered by Ibe Rabbinical Association. With all due respect to the Rabbinical Association I am inclined to disagree with their comments con tained In the September 10 issue Q| The Jewish Klondian. LFON HONIG Proceeds for Hospital Miami Chapter, City ol Hope Cancer and Tuberculosis Hospital, isponsoring %  card party at Vialgreens Drug Stow, 2<>o East Flagler si on Monday, September 20, BANQUETS • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS, etc. People btnctiy Kother Kitchen -. .... ion of i: It.i< ko> ky C.ili Saul Herman, SB-0811 Dl LIDO HOTEL $£&?£. 2:30 p.m. Procwd hospiUI. ir I* | 6 Coffee Shop 20lh and Collini ftsto'k SUout Gait 4 IfFlttn Good Food 1225 Washington Av Miami Beach CATERING DIVISION Km All Sill PAKTIIS R0SEDAL R E ST A URANT • KOSHER STYLE COOKIMt • PRIVATE DINING RO • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9 7996 WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEI Friday thru Monday (September 17-20) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY 700 Totta) | 7:1!. 7:30 I 7 1 8 00 i'-i. 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jAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1954 -Jewlstrtorkitor ercentenary Program November PAGE 3 B |. f weekend of November 27 [ 28 habeen set by the AmerJ Jewish Tercentenary Commit|[„r J community-wide celebrain (|, e Gn atofl Miami area. Bnouncemenl m made by Dr. i JJ. Nanrt. chaiftnart'tffMhe ittee, at a meeting arled by representatives of a wish organizations. %  bbi Narot further reported iber 27 will be dedicatI centenary Sabbath in Lti-r Miami, with all local Rab. pating. it iexpected j ; statement will be is| b> this group shortly. community event has been liaml Beach Auditorium %  November 28, and will i colorful program in |h all Jew iah groupa in the area participate. A nationally PJI I is being invited to Greater Miami Jewish r committee leaders imotu in the decision I .I no admission charge p program and that a representative of I South Florida commuJ be cApected. h • i ii ions have reportplans for program' Lniu: to Knter [dical School %  II :. will enter the ;. licine at the UniverI this fall. Alan and I Mr and Mi Leon Hoi s\\ Iilih -I have been .residents "f Mi|aini since 1945. Aa youth, J.M.iii served as le a ntor of the iBeth El < ongreIgation and did I n > guest apIpraranees in varlious synagoguea (throughout Florlula and New %  York. A professional It, the medical student has B I in many hotels and in lliis area. While ati n i .senior High School i -tuilent. he competed uth Florida Golden Gloves I %  i pasl president of Hillel fcl pGULAR HOME SERVICE Ii t %  >o.>r home are the I economical way JRYWOOD TERMITES ERADICATED mON TENT METHOD Guarantee on fcoid or Si.ote rranean Termitti B4' Biscayne Blvd. 826441 r Ml BEACH 174J Alton Road 5-3444 ming Tercentensry events within v.u„ W 1. 8r i :"l ps Amon "* !" YIVO, which has slated a Tercentenary forum in January, the National Council of Jewish Women which has scheduled a.ftfl month m ub^rvwiM <4jMie Terceoienai > and Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, also planning a four week celebration. B'nai B/rith lodges and Jewish War Veterans posts will lend full cooperation, according to Louis Phillips, of the JWV. and Jack Kiisihbaum. president ol the B'nai B'rith South Florida Council. Rabbi Narot has issued a call for volunteers to serve on the pro. gram committee for the big November 28 pageant and urged them to contact of I KITS of the local committee. Among other plans w| m i,, motion at last week's meeting of the Tercentenary committee were: A junior pageant planned in January through the Bureau of Jewish Education, headed by executive director Louis Schwartzman, and development of a speakers' bureau by organizations with the assistance ol Bfraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The local committee has asked all organizations to submit their A. Z. A. and served as i delegate of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organize tion." As a pre medical student at the University ni Miami, he was %  warded membership to various honorary societies He is a member of Phi Eta Sig ma. highest freshman honorary. Alpha Bpeilon Delta premeclual honorary. Delta Phi Alpha. language honorary, an.i Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity calendar of events for Tercentenary activities to Max C. Gettinger committee secretary, at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 420 Lincoln rd.. in order that these events can receive proper integration unto the general community calendar. Additional organizations now actively enrolled as sponsoring groups not mentioned heretofore include: Temple Kmanu-EI. JWV and Auxiliaries (Broward County Post 613; Coral Cables Poflt 243; Miale.ih Mi.,,,11 Springs 681; Norman Bruce Brown Post. 174J North Miami Beach Post 682: North Shore Post 677; West Miami Post 223). B'nai B'rith Coral Gables Lodge: Flamingo Lodge; Hilj lei Foundation-University of Mijami; Levin Lodge; Miami Beach I Lodge; North Shore Lodge). I Famous Rabbi Baruch Hager, also known as the Wisnitzer, aided by a member ol the crew, boards Zim Lines' S. S. Jerusalem in Haifa on his way to Switzerland. Rabbi Hager is currently president of the "Yachel Israel" Yeshiva in Israel. '/ WANT MY MILK" and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Doers Protected TEi~ 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VWr Our farm f Ens' of Bird Rd. and Snosper Creek PALMER'S MIAMI | Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock J On Hand For 'mmediat* Deliveryl MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES j MEMORIALS ^a S.W. 8th btr-t Phono +6S22 ?/""/ —'/


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j p^A Y. SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 *-Jel$Work*to tff ItHirkcv. Kkhenbaimi Wed September-I ,-adouhl' r.n candlelight cereJ!c on Saturd '> vMnn > ^P" J2L. 4 8 3" P m •• at the Saxony H*"f visAnita Ellen Gurkey. Shier of Mr. and Mrs. Harry **"' 2472 S\V 21st St.. became IS" hr.de ot Bernard Louis ElchenIf m in -1 M"Beta Eichen"„' of Philadelphia, and the Ire Fugrne l-ichenbaum. Rabbi [fri-iDfi Lehrm:in officiated. Lt man a< Suldor Leisowitz. p n „sville. Pa Matron of honorMrs Bertram S.-liRer. sister of the Undo Bridesmaids included Mrs. rXrt Loss, ol I'hoenixville. N nd Shirley Ei< henbaum, Miami, .kters of the Broom. I I.hers ere Daniel Gurkey, brother of the bride, and Gordon Haborn. Flower girl waa Son BaHLr. niece ol the bride. The bridal gown of antique taffeta in oyster uhi,e was styled [with fitted bodice and cap sleeves. The Vscooped neckline was outlined in re embroidered alencon lace. Horzontal Insert! of the lace highlighted the bouffant ballerinalength skin A liny headband of Bitching la • her veil of pure lill illusion She carried two white I orchids on a Bible, gift of groom's pmdatother The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and atItended L'niversjtj <>f Miami and [ Fl villa. Mr Eichi is-a graduate of : Miami and is atIhere The couYork City for •i,i upon their return, will % %  ike moil home in Jteil Leonard Btndell [Reception lo Honor l-coiuini BcudeU Leonard Bendell, sone of Mr. and Wn David bVndell. 2810 SW 17th %  l, Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah >n Saturdaj n„irning, September U. at Beth David Synagogue. Leonard i an eighth grade stu*•' al • .n.ioah Junior High Jfhoolai. i, Beln David Re [agious Si Kidriuh : relativeaand friends %  follow i | U ceremony at the egOgur Sund,. from 3 to 6 p.m.. a fnn n,|| i*. held in the Bar jnvahs honor at Phyllis Kapp ai "> m i >ral Cables. 'On V I EN DABLE D0ME8TIC HELP "LIABLE DAY WORKEfta H EMPLOYMENT „ %  SERVICE I* MEiOCNltRO. Own*. ft AM 3D CtXOt -er %  l*CK & .PHOTOGRAPHY Finkelstein lo be Bar Mitzvah Here Harvey E. Finkcl.-tein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Finkelstein,. 405 SW 22nd rd.. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Septembcr 18. at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S Cross will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah. a pupil in the graduating class of (,.,th the Hebrew and English Departmenta of the Hebrew Academy, has been attending the Academy since Sep t.nitx-r, 1952 Prior to 'hat. he was a student at the Yeshiva Toras ( h.iyim in Brooklyn. NY. In the recent ping pong tournament held lor the entire State of Florida's 12 year and under age group, Harvey won second place. He is an honor student at the Academy and is also a talented pianist. Kiddush will follow the services in the Academy synagogue. Bluuners to Reside In Miami Area A reception and buffet dance followed the 8 p.m. wedding at the Empress Hotel on Saturday of Shirley T. Shoelson and David M Blauner. Rabbi Morris Skop. Coral Gables Jewish Center spiritual leader, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I. Shoelson, 41 SW 15th st. Mr. Blauner is the son of Mrs. Helen Marrow, 315 South Shore dr., and Seymour Blauner. New York. The bride wore an imported silk ballerina-length gown with bands of reembroidered lace. A lace cloche held her four-tiered illusion veil, and she carried a white satin Bible centered with white orchids and stephanotis shower. Mrs. Robert Oppenheimer, of Chicago, the bride's sister, was matron of honor in pink faille ballerina-length dress. She carried a bouquet of garnet rotas. Best man was Jay Marrow. Ushers included Jimmy Marrow. Seymour Shoelson and Michael Robbins. The bride attended Roosevelt College at Chicago and the UniPAGE 9 A versity of Miami. Mr. Blauner graduated from Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville and attended the Citadel at Charleston, S. C. After a honeymoon in Miami I Beach, the couple will live at 651 NE 88th st. Stofsky, Chargaa Mr. Louis Stofsky, of Miami, and Mrs. Ida Chargaa, of Miami Beach, j were united in marriage on Sun[ day, September 12. at Beth El Congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual leader of Beth El. officiated at the ceremony. Organizations and Religious Institutions IV* trill appreciate receiving es early as possible, fh* Kosh Hashena greetings from oreeairafions and religious institutions lo appear in the special section of The Jewish floridian New fear C dition fe fee devoted fe religious institmtlons and organizations. Call as at 2-4366. 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.JteuoshJEIoniJiaun BAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 SECTION B ihnilarity of Diplomats at UN Elicits Much Humor, Confusion klTED NATIONS (AJP)—Dur[a recent Security Council meetla foreign correspondent turned %  this writer and inquired in jzomctif What is Israel's Dep|Bepri tentative. Mordecai R. Ln. doing in the British sec[• %  • The writer turned his atLn to the United Kingdom fcjation. and indeed there he L| a gentleman sitting with Sir [son Dixon who looked the Le of 'I"' Israeli diplomat. bme momenta later, however, Jriddlc was solved. Another \gnc. the same height, figure, ring and facial expression— j to the mustache—walked into [chamber and seated himself i to Ambassador Eban. This was %  real Mordecai Kidron. The othPark E. Allen. United Kingdom Isor on Security Council Af. turned out to be his double. |blm .it such close proximity. |> %  IN delegate and correspon. has more than once confronthe rnng man—with apologies, ting an interview with the Jsh-appearing Israeli recently, writer asked Mr. Kidron I hi felt having a double in the United Nations. He said that when he first discovered that a leading member of the British Delegation I resembled him, he was quite amused, but whether or not the Arabs were amused or liked it, he could not say. Mr. Kidron admitted, how. ever, that at close range the di* cerning eye could make a distinc-' tion. Turning to a more serious note, your correspondent inquired of Mr. Kidron—who is currently heading the Israel Delegation in the absence of Abba Eban—how, in the light of Jordan's walk-out. he viewed the present Security Council deadlock on the Palestine Question. "The Council is bound to conclude this particular chapter," he replied grimly. "It cannot ignore its duty." He indicated, however. that "it was unfortunate that while the Palestine item still figured on the Council's agenda, the issue is hanging in the air. The Council is the 'key-stone,'" he said, "to the whole Armistice system, and it must take steps to restore the Armistice rules. "This system calls for peace, and it is incumbent upon the Security Council to utilize all its powers toseal ZOA Leaders in Top Regional Positions %  ymmir B. Liebman, M i a mi In attorney and civic leader, [been reelected for a second achairman of the adminisL'e committee of the Southern Region <>f the Zionist Orkalion n| America at the reconference held in Jacksonfbman is vice president of the m Beach Israel Zionist Dischairman of the South FlorKioni-t Organization of Ameroordinating board, chairman he Florida Confederation of list Districts and is on the |kcrbureau of Bonds for •I beted vice president of the on is David Goodwin, of Mieach, former president of Mi[Beach Masada Young Zionist fict and publicity chairman for iliami Beach Israel Zionist Disand for the Zionist Youth nission. Goodwin is also active he Hibiscus Lodge and the fchts of Pythias. Schafer, local accountant [also a former president of MiBeach Masada, was elected for. Schafer has been active in K local and regional Zionist fcils Morris Simon, immediate [president of the Coral Gables •ist District and treasurer of [South Florida Zionist Council, 1 elected assistant treasurer. pcted from the Greater Miami to the Regional AdministraCommittee were Mayor Har[Shapiro. Joseph Pardo, Harry •nd s A. Goodman, all mem"f 'In Miami Beach Israel ist Di-trict, Daniel Cravitt and Hurewitz, members of the Gables Zionist District, Irv[Saai. ,,i ihe Miami Zionist DisDavid l.'cbman, of the Miami P-i Married Zionist District, |WLazarus has been village. Miss Lazarus is the initial first-year camper in Blue Stars history to have received the trophy. A*student at Miami Senior High School, she is a member of Deborah Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, and of the confirmation class at Beth David Synagogue. 'rophy for ng (Jirl Blue Star, being the Camper" at Hendersonville, 1 rus is the daughter of |n


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^mAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 +JewlstiFhrkHnn icademy Buys lew Site r | ( ,t owned since 1920 by Tashiro, pioneer horticulturL, a | 4298 Chase ave., Miami L ar h. were acquired by the Greatly Miami Hebrew Academy for the i icli.-n >.f a new school. The l ra dpmy also owns three adjacent JpU purchased last year from the tut,, Nursery. Td,. n cw building will enable the %  C adeno to accommodate more !(,.,„ son students, compared to the limit of approximately 250 stul.ntl ""' present building at klStill"^ "The Academy, a co-educational | school, offering an American Cd Hebrew curriculum, has been breed to turn away students for kfl of -pace." B. I. Binder, president, said Plans for the new. enBrnid school include a complete Ibrary. spacious classrooms, gymla-iiim and science laboratories. In taking title. Binder assured pjhiro that the numerous Royal \\m trees, planted by his father bmc 30 odd years ago. will not be estroyed during construction. The tvhitectural plans of the Academy for the prcservaTlon of the Mfl palm-. Present al the consummation of pr negotiations were Binder, HarGenet, chairman of the execu%  immittee, and Herman Eisen|egregation Viewed egation and the Constitu,i! will be the subject of an adI iven to the Young lult League of the Greater Miwish Community Center, i own Branch. Thursday evening. |rptember Zir<\. 9:30 p.m.. in the I interlounge at 450 S\V 16th-i c Quest speaker will be Rollo E. • irkeet, Miami attorney. A disI period and social dancing also be included in the evepC's I'rogram. PAGE 15 fi. KofP Lodge Wins Champion's Trophy Miami Lodge No. 176, Knights Of Pythias. as awarded the championship trophy this week for winning the fifth annual Men's Soft ball Tournament sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Cenfc r. Ted Kaplan, physical education eommitte chairman at the Center's i Town Branch, in announcing the I award, congratulated t h e team | headed by Kd Bramson, captainmanager, for its "fine play and good sportsmanship." In the final contest, the Knights of Pythias team defeated a team representing Carl's Food Market. led by Paul Hurwitz, which had won the second round of a double round robin engagement. The tour-! nament was under the direction of Abe Rochstein. physical education supervisor at the Town Branch. The following eight teams participated in this tournament: h'.iami Knights of Pythias, Carl's Food Market, Beth David Congregi Coral Cables B'nai B'rith, Roo velt Knights of Pythias. GHJCC Young Adult League, Center Independents and "The UnknownMembers of the winning tean are F.dward Bramson, Marvin Lewis, Alan Kessler, Donald KotttU David DuLou, D. Robert Koltnow. Marvin Kupperman, Edwin Blum, Hal Older, Albert Kahn, Dona Kabool, D. Robert Lewis, Lar. > Grossman, Bill Seidman, John Roth, Edward Kelly. David Gottlieb, Charles Danzig, Marvin Adirim and Sparty Kaufman. Arrangements concluded for the purchase by the Hebrew Academy of lour new lots for its future site. Left to right are Fred Stanton, Herman Eisenberq, Joseph Tashiro, Irving Firtel and Harry Genet. Seated is B. I. Binder, Hebrew Academy president. berg, executive director. Due to illness, Shigo Tashiro was represented by his son. Joseph, a graduate of the University of Miami. The attorney on behalf of the Academy was Irving Firtel. Fred Stanton. representing the firm of Copeland, Therrel and Baisden, represented Tashiros. Holy Days Discussed Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiritual leader, will be guest speaker at a meeting of Tifereth Israel North side Center Sisterhood on Monday evening at 8:30 p.m. Subject of his talk is: "Customand Traditionof the High Holy Days." *• V t> JMen's Softball League Championship Award, in the eightteam contest sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, was presented this week to Ed Bramson (left), captain manager f or t}, e Miami Lodge, Knights of Pythias. lOtenng congratulations is Ted Kaplan (right), the Center's AK^" Branch Physical education committee chairman, while y !" > Rochstein, athletic supervisor, looks on. Lak&-|MrV M&J fciAClmiA! '^ MANISCHEWITZ gefilte fish Enjoy III the tender quality if choicest freshwater fish cooked ta heat ma'* •ertectien! MANISCHEWITZ "the greatest name in kosher tooc FATTENING DISSERTS No*-* you can eat til tilt %  wttti you want without qe" in, ft. GUARANTEED NOT-FATTENINftl Uia it on th tbl and In coct'ig. 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SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 +Je*ist> fh-rk/irt wt PAGE 3 A \S. Sees No Evidence of Hostility fflNGTON' (JTA) EptftDX — The „i ,,,n "find no eviETJn> Arab rtatt is capaIfedrous ol -u.taininK an TC piove against brael, looupa from ilM ,i r,s f Vm and others complainE state Department about led States policy of arm%  Arabs are being informed. I |, Department la sending Cots copies l,f a form let _, lt „ Public Service Divited'AiKJiisl 19which de 6lU .d States policy in the rf letter, the State Depart Ed (hat oliM'rvation of U.S. J, bear out public stately Egyptian Prime Minister fluMi that Egypt "has no or desire to launch an %  gainst Israel." It was indiu,i the Department will coni expedite its program for [the Arabs. "In this area." laid, "the Department conunrealistic and dangerous i preparations for security pending final solution of all disputes which may axial among states in the area. The Department maintained that it continues to be friendly to brael and regards "the step by-step reduction <>! tensions between Israel .nut toes/ Arab neighbors as an essential element in our objective to strengthen the area as a whole We believe our present policies serve that objective." The view was expressed that it is in the security Interests of the United States to arm the Arabs 11 was noted by the Department that assurances would be required that arms will not be used for aggressive purposes State Department press officer Lincoln White said this week he thought Israel is among the Near Eastern states being considered as poeeibk recipients of U.S. arms grants. White, meanwhile, made known that while no recent changes have occurred in the U.S. arms policy in the Near East, this country is Ismith Leaves Israel Stay open house given in his bii daughter, Mrs. Ernest |t. Paul Goldsmith, of 1601 ive bade farewell to his |here before sailing on the Usalem lasl September 8 for loldsmith, who has lived in Miami for the past eight years, ioriginally from Des M o i n e s, la where he re.-. sided for over 30 Jf y, ''' rv He plans to remain in Israel for one >ear. This is his second trip to the Jewish State within the past three years. He months there in 1951, time his granddaughter, llores Chemoff, joined him le ma "ii tour with a group kr Judaeans, loldsmith plans to stay in Lhaim. near Haifa, with his at the present time. jmith Shubov Honored r Women, Club No. 2. will B n September 23. |m a! the Royal Palm lloManya Shubov, from a tour : ICHAZMN WANTED |High Holidays by fitown Synuqogue. Inevenings from 6:30 ':30 or telephone 681. LONGDISTANCE I0VERS DAILY PICK.UPS f'k. New Jersey, FhilaBoltimore, Washington, Miton, Providence all Nats, DIAL 5-7147 fTURN LOAD RATES JUEBERMAN & SONS 1*55 rou INS AVE. | BOTHfRf0 WITH CHINCH BUGS? Vm 'INCH GAS r jo it Your „„ I jy to Appl, L.u c onteed r" 1 "I HM Manufacturer MCAl SPECIALTIES W'7th AVE. PH. 2444* lactively considering extending arms grants to various States in the area He declined to specify [which states were under consideration \'h.n asked to list them. the danger of Soviet aggrcv.ion IB the Near East, White said, made it imperative to move forward to strengthen the region militaril) He cited a letter sent last month to Rep. Emanuel Celler as definitive of American arms policy. This J letter, written August 11 by Asj sistant Secretary of State Thurston Morton, outlined America's reasons for arming the Arabs. It said, "we fail to find evidence that any Arab state is desirous or capable of sustaining an aggressive move against Israel." White announced that the State Department had delivered a strongly-worded oral representation on the alleged attack against a Jordan village last week to Israel Charge d'Affaires Reuven Shiloah who was asked to come, to the State Department for this purpose last week. White said that the Israeli diplomat had been told that the United States viewed "the reported Israel military operations" with "great concern." He said Israel was informed that the Department recognized that infiltration j from Jordan constitutes a serious problem to Israel but that Israel's | "apparent policy of retaliation which has been condemned in the past." brought about increased rather than decreased tension. Shiloah was informed that the United States believes peace can best be achieved in that region through measures to decrease ten• sion. The belief was expressed by J the State Department that retalia| tory raids do not accomplish those ; objectives. Hope was expressed ; that Israel and Jordan would coi operate peacefully. Robbi Akivoh Chill Rabbi Chill to Officiate on Beach Rabbi Akivah Chill, of New York City, will conduct High Holy Day j services at Congregation Beth Ja-. COD, it was announced by Mr. Morris B. Frank, president. Rabbi chill, born m Brooklyn, New York, received inBachelor oi \ndegree at the Cltj College I of New York and studied at Ye ihiva Torah Vodaatb and the Mirror Yeahiva in Poland, where lie was ordained. He comes to Beth Jacob after serving at the Bast 5411) Si Syria gogus and the Jewish Center "i the Bronx. New York. Rabbi Chill is married and the father of two yotUlg children. New Club Chartered After approval of Dad-' County Circuit Judge Marshal C Wise heart, Circuit Clerk E. B. Leather man this week mailed to Andrew Yarady. president of the Hungarian American Jewish Club at Miami Beach, 1511 Alton rd.. the club's registered charter of organization. Jewish Women's Conference Appoints Chairmen; Discusses Civilian Defense Mrs. Aaron Fair, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward oqi JOJ sue|d pauinno 'satiunoo coming year at a recent meeting of the board of directors of the organization which comprises more than 80 women's clubs. The following standing committee chairmen were appointed: thet Ifesdames Leonard dlasser. arrangements; George Cohen, civilian defense; Irving Cypen, community affairs Nathaniel Levin, interfaith; Stanley ('. Me> el's, leadership institute; Benjamin Meyers, legislation; Matilda Ratner membership; Monte Selig. parliamentarian; Mrs Irving Lehrman, problem clinic. The Ifesdames A. Frank Wellins, program; Ben Zlon Ginsburg. publicity; Al I.ozoff. hospitality; Harrj Kaufman, registration; Milton Sirkin. resolutions; Morris (loluskin. telephone; Sidney Stiller, vetterans administration volunteer service, and alternate. Sam Goodman; Julian Weinkle. year book. Miss Gloria Hooten, of the Greater Miami USO committee, was introduced by Mrs Farr and made an urgent request for volunteer workers. Civilian Defense and the part Conference will take in its over-all program,was discussed TO OUR VALUED FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO WISH ALL OF YOU A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i;nrn roia rvnft The Bible Says ... It's A Great Mitzva to serve the finest foods on High Holidays I To Make This Possible, Shop and Place Your Orders at the Q UALITY Kosher Food Center 1961 S.W. 8th Street Where we carry a full selection of strictly Kosher Choice Meats and Poultry To avoid the big rush please place your orders in advance We Deliver to all parts of Greater Miami and Ship to all parts of the State of Florida TELEPHONE 82-5001 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY. 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mlDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 American > %  */$#> IkrHrtf PAGE 11 A Mordecai Sheftall: The Jew of 1779 By HARRY SIMONHOFF iHtrrf SimonhtH't ctlnmm, fnttitutinm a ttritt urtithd I Uietkin Notahht. It btinf mvklnM by rfce Jtwiih f l„,di. n .. fut of the ttrctnfumrr c/efcroi.n of Jtwith itttltmtmt ia ,i, (/Hirerf Slettt.-Tht WfrtJ In 1770. the Georgia Legislature refused to confirm I the tit lo In a cemetery on the Savannah Commons owned Uv Je> who "Sensibly had "imbibed principles entirely repugnant l>> those of our own (Christian) religion." This gesture of bigotry might be interpreted as anti-Semitic had not the self same assembly rejected a similar petition tor a Presbyterian cemetery on the same Commons. The Ancln-ans simply would not recognize the legal right of any other denomination to exist in Georgia. Yet sectarian narrowness was absent when Mordc [cai Sheftall was made chairman of the Parochial Commit|tee of Christ Church Parish, the most important county in the colony. The War for Independence was on. ShefItall threw himself heart and soul rnto the struggle. IfFeorgia was divided into Whig and Tory camps, and the Iparoehial Committee soon became the de facto governIment The leader's importance becomes apparent when (the Royal Governor James Wright in a letter to a high |Briti>h official complains that "one Sheftall, a Jew, is [chairman of the Parochial Committee, as they call them|i>|inui ami this fellow issues orders to captains of vesCeU to depart the King's port without landing any of Ithcir cargoes legally imported." In 1777 Sheftall was given the state rank of Colonel [and became Commissary General of Purchases and IsKQU to the militia of Georgia. He must have given satis [faction for the following year the American General [Robert ||<>we extended his command to the Continental |tni|> ol South Carolina and Georgia. Before confirmation by the Congress in Philadelphia, Sheftall was taken Iprboner. The liritish controlled Florida and sent out fightlinu' contingents from St, Augustine. They effected a juncItmn with tin Northern expedition that sailed irom New %  York Georgia was caught in the pincers and Savannah |fell Mordecai niicht have escaped but his son could not satisfaction of hearing the British commander refer to ih !" %  V tu y great rebo1 R* !" ing to talk, he was hTdrJr ,he •"""* Negroes. Ill Seated by h e d d !" k n M,k !" and denied food tor two days, his !, a „?Tr n ^-? Ut (;pr !" Yiddish saved Mm A liestoneu! n Cr d ?, ,on hear "eone speak his native ioi h ld f0relgn countr ytook good care of the Jewish prisoner. His ^^".L Spe u nt SCVCral mon,hs on a P rison shi P His jailers thought it good fun to feed him pork Par oled with others he was confined to Sunbury. a town in -eorgia. Ultimately the British garrison withdrew and left the prisoners in charge of Tories. Now trouble reallv fnJ •" %  .•. Co,onials lo y al t0 England were far more vindictive towards their rebel fellow countrymen than LmJr.. eSM na soldiers of Britain. Some patriots were killed It was high time to flee. Mordecai Sheftall and several others managed to escape in a brig. On their way to Charleston, they were recaptured by a British frigate and kept on the hot West Indian island of Anugua. Mordecai and his son were released on their word w n or „ not t0 fight Eng'and for the duration. They reached Philadelphia, and six months later the parole was cancelled when they were exchanged for other prisoners. Mordecai Sheftall was born in Savannah two years after the founding of Georgia. At the outbreak of the war, he had a farm and cattle ranch; he operated a sawmill and a tannery: he kept store and shipped out produce. In keeping with his environment he owned slaves. But in Philadelphia, he was in dire need. His property, business and slaves were held by the enemy. His wife and four children had taken refuge in Charleston and were in distress. He had no alternative but to petition the government for repayment of the money and provisions he had advanced. Actually he had sacrificed everything for his country. The bill for back pay and provisions ran up to $139,000 in paper money. An additional claim for financing an expedition against the Indians, for supplies to the troops, and for his share in a brigantine captured and burned by the enemy amounted to 1,900 pounds sterling. He succeeded in getting back S7.682 in paper money, which had negligible buying power. A Government Honor In recognition of Mordecai's services, probably, the Board of War did accord a high honor to his 18 year old son. Sheftall was commissioned to take a boat through the British blockade under a flag of truce to Charles' in and deliver money and food to the starving American prisoners. Mordecai managed to extract another $20,000 in paper money from the IS. Treasurer. Of this sum, he spent S12.800 to clothe his son Inflation of printed money did not orginat.with the 20th century. In Philadelphia. Mordecai promoted a deal that promised the ready money he needed so badly. He fitted put a schooner for privateering and obtained the cash by selling shares in the venture. Legalized piracy was patriotic. Encouraged by the government, the privateers played haven: with British commerce, a pursuit that influenced English businessmen to favor the cessation of hostilities. It also brought in scarce supplies and hard money that was still scarcer. Mordecai's venture did not justify his high hopes. After bringing in one prize, the "Hetty" was captured by the British and scuttled. Jews in the 18th century were religious. Mordecai helped to organize Mikveh Israel in Philadelphia and, though financially disabled, donated three pounds for building the Synagogue. He made a tiresome journey to Charleston in order to be present at the dedication of Beth Elohim. In his own community he took a leading part. Besides donating ground for a cemetery, he furnished a room in his home for group prayer and assisted in the reestablishment of the Mikveh Israel Congr tion of Savannah. The Sheftall family had a literary bent. Benjamin Sheftall, who came over in 1733 on the second boatload to Georgia, left a Hebrew or Yiddish diary of his pioneering days. His son narrated his adventures in a journal, 'Capture of Mordecai Sheftall. Deputy ( omim -i General of Issues." Mordecai s brother i.evi Sheftall. as president of Mikveh Israel, wrote a tetter of congratulations to the first president of the U.S. His son Sheftall also left a record of his adventures Jewish Opinion Needs fOver-AII Representation/ Janowsky Tells Conference POKl .IKKVIS, N.Y.—The most Urgent need of the American Jewh community is an "over-all body broadly representative of the various strands in American Jewry %  nd responsive to the community's peeds and opinions." This was the assertion of Dr. facar I Janowsky, Professor of jhstor) al City College of New fork and chairman of the ComDitsion lor the Study of Jewish Education in the U.S. in a keylote address to the seventh annual tembly of the National Jewish Welfare Board sponsored National lewish Youth Conference at Cejnps near here. Assessing the achievements and Ihortcomings of Jewish communal activity m the U.S. during the past WOyears Dr Janowsky said. "The peeds 1.1 American Jewry may soon butrun itmean and priorities will J be determined. It is urgent lhat the American Jewish community discuss in full democratic view P ,s n,T 1 and services, and that can ntfy be done through an over-all ppresei Hive body of American Dr i in iwslcy noted that the 'logical security of American Jewrj has been enhanced by line rise i Israel and the certainty f'i Its existence involves no conil'ct ol loyalties. The morale of JUnencan Jewry is high and the 1 uncertainty engendered •ni in the 1930s has faded." Bern,, .| Hesnikoff, staff member Mine JWB Bureau of Personnel F"! ftaining, told the delegates additional 40.000 men and needed to serve the reI ational and cultural lj needed equal number." | Ir Resnikoff said. Among the other speakers were: u 'orshovitz. JWB executive r President; Sanford Solender. JWB Jewish (enter DM r n nd Miriam R. Ephraim, proI m director, Jewish Center Divi Old Acquaintance Stirs Actors' Duel A feminine acting duel is currently taking place at the Biltmore Playhouse in the play called "Old Acquaintance" by John Van Druten. When this comedy had its first success on Broadway, the two leading roles—those of two lifelong women friends, whose rivalry binds them as closely as the memoi ries of their mutual background— j were portrayed by Jane Cowl and Peggy Wood, who had been cxceli lent friends off stage for yean, According to reports, the nature I of their redes, which were of al| most equal importance, subsej quently stirred up a very real rivalry between the actresses. This thespian dueling opportunity is being provided in the Sam Hirsch presentation of "Old Acquaintance" for two outstanding actresses — Ruth Chatterton and 1 Lois Wilson. The theme of "Old Acquain! tance" is the indestructibility of an old friendship of two women who have little but friendship in common. They have a concurrent interest in the fact that they are both novelists. But one writes books that win praise and small sales, while the other writes books ignored by critics but bought abundantly by the public. A tangled love situation gives rise to the crisis that nearly wrecks the friendship. Directed by Miss Chatterton, "Old Acquaintance" is p r e sen ted nightly, except Monday, through September 19. f d Party Due) net 1 "? 1 (; -'bles Chapter. B'nai nm Women, will have a card r n > at the home of Mrs. Charles LjyPw. 21 Shore dr.. on %  wsday evening. September 23rd. „ e' "'nervation chairman is wdney Siegei. JNF Council Schedules Slichot Program Sunday Special Slichot radio program, inaugurating the High Holy Day season, will be presented over station WMIE under the aoapteaa of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami on Sunday, September 19. between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. RaftM Moses Mcseheloff. president of the Council, will conduct I the program which has been arranged by Sam Prosterman. radio chairman of the Council. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader of Congregation Agudath Israel will be guest speaker. I IN THE MAIL Editor. The Jewish Kloridian: Of course, all Miami knows the news that President Vargas, of Brazil, committed suicide about 5 p.m. on August 24. I am writing an eyewitness account as to what happened. I recently wrote about the unrest and insecurity of the people, both politically and economically. The entire situation dealing with corruption and pilfering of the treasury' was attributed to Vargas. When I arrived in Rio de Janeiro, the crisis was reached by an attempt to kill a newspaperman, Carlos Lacerdo, who criticized Vargas severely. They assassinated an Air Force Major. Rubens Vag, who was with Laccrria. Hired gunmen did the job, and the entire plan originated from the "White | House.'' The Brazilian Air Force unani! mously by resolution demanded the resignation of President Vargas. There was censorship of news broadcasts after the statement of I Vargas: "1 will not resign. I was elected by the people. Should the Armed Forces and all my friends forsake me, I shall resist alone. I am old—72 years—but determined to shed my blood to defend my 'right to be President, which I have acquired by election. Should an attempt be made to oust me, I will %  die fighting.'' Vargas has been the strong man I of Brazil for two decades. He Mr* 8d as President before and in 1949 was elected again by an over%  whelming majority. About l cm. of the morning of August 24. he issued I manifesto that he would take a leave of absence for three months and permit others to lead the country back to "normalcy.'' But at 5 a.m.. he put a bullet through his heart, dying as active President of Brazil. I went downtown immediately about 9:30 a.m.. when the news spread. The banks and stores clos ed their doors, fearing demonstra lions. With the exceptions of groups gathering and an occasional minor riot between "pros and cons" (the majority seemed against Vargas*, everything was serene. But there was trepidation in the air. Excitement continued to mount, and business remained at a standstill. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Hebrew Academy Executives Meet Penthouse of the Empress Hotel was the setting for the first meeting of the Hebrew Academy board of directors on Thursday evening. "A Year In Review" was the theme of the initial fall semester meeting, according to B. I. Binder, president. Binder appointed c o MI HI utee chairmen for the projected activities of the ensuing year. A report was rendered by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, on the opening of school, the student body, and the newly-acquired members of the faculty. Herman Eisenberg. executive director, report on the current administrative staff. Reviewing activities of the past year were Nathan Ginaburg, chairman of the house committee, and Jack Satin, chairman of the transportation comittee. Details of the recent purchase of additional lots at 4298 Chjse ave., Miami Beach, and the proposed plans for construction, were outlined by Harry Genet, chairr.aa of the executive committee. Musical Review Due First meeting of the Fall Seavin of the North Shore Sisterhood v HI be held on Tuesday night. September 21, 8 p.m.. at the North Sin re Jewish Center. Program chairr-an Mrs. Samuel Oguz announces that a musical revue, "Call Me Madam." will be presented. President is Mrs. Fred JoMS. Torah Needed Beth Emeth Congregation will hold High Holy Day services at 12201 NW 7th ave., according to an announcement this week by Al Cawn, president. Cawn said that the congregation, whose synagogue already includes "everything necessary for Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur worship," still lacks a Torah. Recent vacationers from the Miami area, who spent the sum mer at Camp Belle Aire, high in the Cumberland Mountaip.3 of Tennessee, were (front row) Sandra Bossak, daughter of Mr. Saul Bossak. 3894 NW 2nd ter.; Ira Harris, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Jack Harris. 4555 North Bay rd.; Claire Mager, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mager, 4555 North Bay rd.; Howard Hansel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bunard Hansel. 601 SW 44th cL; Howard's brother, Leonard; and Dolores Chernoff. junior counselor, ol 1601 SW 23rd ave. Back row are Renee Horn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Horn. 2665 SW 16th ter.; Beryl Gillespie, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. David Gillesp:3. 439 Barqello, Coral Gables; Alan Barqteil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, 2486 SW 16th St.; Gloria Zwass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Zwass, 2900 NW 88th st.; Karen SchlisssL. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schlissel, 9132 Bay dr.; Surfcside; and Louis Spector, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Spec'or. 511 Mariposa st., Orlando. fi



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SEPTE MBER 17, 1954 Jewish n^rlrtlrin PAGE 5 B ez Withdrawal Viewed Gravely j By ARTHUR LEWIS JTA TED NATION!* -Any move (he withdrawal of British Ifrom the Suez Canal Zone is to effect Israel. The very |, at jt would do, in the opindiplomats here, is to Ihen the Egyptian governfanrf the Egyptian governLf Colonel Nasser has shown be increasingly hostile toi'he Jewish State of recent L|| fan the flames of Egyp%  tionalism and xenophobia, have inner burned low, into iri i. conflagration. Certainould remove the one obIwhich stood in the way of Lnce across the Sinai PeninUanl the borders of Israel I' Lhiirecognized here and tin discussed among the ijons; yet it is difficult to the departure'oi the Britranged in such a way B ti-t> the Israelis. There has bme talk here of the possibilsort ol I'nited Nations but it has not gone behc stage ol study at the presle, n\ case, the dismal failure of Council to bring about ji !'..., %  -tine, and its pitiful % iw have shaken the | Jewish people in the i i n ted Nations guar\ report prepared by the • Endowment tor Interna| A ih.it there DM h ;. e In attitude t luted Nations—from I %  to one ol despair. To put it mildly, the Israelis are disappointed with the United Nations. The report—it was prepared by a study group headed by Professor Benjamin Mazur, president of the Hebrew University—points out that this is due not only to what has happened here, where Arab attacks on Israel have been tolerated, but also to dissatisfaction with the work of the United Nations truce observers on the spot in Palestine. Unfortunately, the Israelis have also experienced what the Security Council can do about the Suez Canal. Some three years ago, it ordered the Egyptians to stop their blockade of shipping bound for the Jewish State through that international waterway, but its order was ignored—in fact, the Egyptians extended their blockade. When the Israelis brought this to the attention of the Security Council, a resolution which merely reiterated its previous order to desist *aj vetoed by the Soviets on behalf of the Arabs. It is little wonder then that there is not much enthusiasm about a United Nations guarantee. Yet, some such international action must be taken for the departure of the British forces from the Suez Canal Zone would endanger the Israeli port of Elath on the Gulf of Aquaba. There is a touch of irony in the fact that those who once regarded the presence of the British man date officials in Palestine as a cause of friction with the Arabs are now wishing that they would not leave the Suez Canal zone. Still consistency was never a political virtue and today's enemies can be tomorrow's friends, as the aftermath of the Second World War has shown. It is considered here that some sort of declaration should be made by the Western Powers, a renewal perhaps of the Anglo-French-American guarantee of Israel's borders made in 1950, but a renewal which would be a real reassurance and would include not only words but deeds. This is the least that Israel could expect from its friends when the British forces are withdrawn from the Suez Canal Zone. Slichot services will be at midnight, with Cantor Neu and the choir assisting Rabbi Okolica to usher in the High Holy Day period. Daily services are at 7:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Class in Bible is at 5:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 6 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz. Slichot is scheduled for Saturday evening at midnight. Rabbi Becker will preach on the Greater Miami Will Worship at Slichot Services Saturday Midnight; Talks Due Continued from Page 2 B morning services p.m. Saturday are at 9 a.m. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold musical portions of the liturgy. • • TORAH TEMPLE will hold Slichot services Saturday at midnight, with Rabbi Louis Cassel officiating. Cantor Louis C.artonhaus will Friday evening services at a p.m. render the musical portions ol the Saturday morning services are at liturgy. .-. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Hon. Abe Aronovitz, Mayor of the City of Miami. Subject of his sermon ischeduled as: "The Jew as Ideal Citizen Cantor Mordechai Haalinan will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating at the service. An Oneg Shabbat will follow Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Dailv services are at 9 a.m. i to Israel, Inc., 250 West lit., New York City, the it and one of the largest organizations in the has announced the lion of Bartley C. Crum ke presidency ol the corition. Crum. prominent pber of the New York Bar. author of "Behind The en Curtain." a personal punt of Anglo-American omacy in Palestine and Middle East. 9 a.m.. when Harvey, son ol Mr and Mrs. Jacob Finkelstein, 405 SW 22nd I'd will become Bar Mittvah. Rabbi Alexander Gross will officiate. Ifincha i B) a pjn. I Slichot services, ushering in the High Holy Day period, will take place at midnight Saturday. Rev. 1 Akiva RoSI will chain the liturgy. I Rabbi Gross is scheduled to speak ion the topic: "The Significance of Slichot." Sunday morning services are at 8 am Daily services will be held at 7:30 a in and 6:15 p.m. • TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold Triday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Irving Lehman will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy Slichot services arc Saturday evening at midnight. Rabbi I.ehrman will officiate and discuss: "Reaching Upward Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and preaching on the topic: "Twentieth Yahrzeit of Chaim Nachman Bialik." Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spevack. 395 Fairway dr., will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the [ORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER Cordially invites You T Attend High Holy Day Services At Our Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUf, CORAl GABIES Conducted hy KAMI MOMIS A. SKOP RBjJ CANTO* WVING ROBINSON Assisted fry TNI CORAl GABIES JEWISH CENTH CHOW Air-Conditioned for Yow Comforf ft Information Pleose Cell 404071 NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating. Subject of his sermon, fourth in a series of lectures on the Tercentenary, is scheduled as: "Influence of Jewish People on Early American Life.'' Cantor Maurice Neu will render the Musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir under the direction of Lucille Moore. Saturday morning services are at 9 am., when Rabbi Okolica will discuss the Weekly Portion. SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS NOW ON SALE DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE A well-known Cantor will perform the services RESERVE YOUR SEATS 7 ts 10 a.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. Moderately Priced HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS Israelite Center 3198 S.W. 24th Terrace ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT I If you hoven't done so, pleose make resolutions iio mu dfrtoty. Confer Office oven •uory rnM| 10 a.m. H IX MM, "d tvoakoas A to • >. %  *., or cell: JACOR SCHIFF-4 5119 JACOi RROWN-41-0713 OFFKI-48 4839 topic: "Religious Analysis of Time." ^4 • • BETH T F I L A H CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and speak on the topic: "Need for Preparedness." At 5 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss "Ethics of Our Fathers." Mincha is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Slichot services begin Sunday morning at 1 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by a discussion of Jewish laws and customs. TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE •JEWISH MM IK 44 Zamora Avenue Coral Gables NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS for ^ HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES In Our Completely Air Conditioned Center Uniform Prayer Books edited by the United Synagogue distributed to all worshippers Skull Caps and Service Programs distributed to all worshippers Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz Cantor Rudolph Brill FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 48-7132 The Beth David Synagogue 2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Extends to its members and friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY MEW YEAR We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services at our Synagogue DR. lOUtS I. KAPLAN and CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will conduct Ike Services assisted ky the Both David Choir AIR CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE FOR YOUR COMFORT SLICHOS SERVICES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th 12 MIDNIGHT Gueit — Rabbi Motes MoschoUff — will conduct the Service assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches For Information, Please Call 82-4795 BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION CORNER 40th ST. and PRAIRIE AVE. MIAMI BEACH announces dignified HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES R0SH HASH0NA Tuesday morning, Sept. 28 Wednesday morning, Sept. 29 Y0M KIPPUR Thursday marning, Oct. 7 PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW PHONE 58-1251 Air Conditioned HELP YOUR CHAD TO GET TNI RIGHT START IN HEBREW EDUCATION ft is one of the mast important things yon COM do far your child ENROU YOilK CNN* IN TNE BETH ISM Ail NfMEW SCHOOl NOW I Registration Daily SHI p.m.: Sunday 7:30 to 10 a.m. DR. IRVING MAKOVSKY, Chairman, Board of Education


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AGE 10 A +Jtmist fhrkMar FRIDAY. SOTEMBER 17. Us, Jewish Floridian Will Present Weekly Cartoon Featuring Tercentenary Story -. v .. .. \ S \-V(. • -' S •• %  wwrp.*s* N %  %  ~i trying i s I the rhaace • r .---y i t %  • •war ft Insurance .Men ;.• • I : i-i Beth Pax id Men Slate Yearij Fete %  .Appointed Here TV >wr. Miami men. Lou> \fetdel*>ha and Sid n* *Xeru. have been appointed a* afeats of the National Union Utr aasaraae* CH -*r\in< the Mi .Seach area. John Paul Riddle. ieat. aaaoaaeed this week Both mea. who have been in the msranee Co. ia its •at Beach office Bdth are awhtr af the Board af Da • Serti Shore =ter aad the Dad's dab Btocar** P tme a lar y school • --tr.bers of the V,w Wjf odeat of the North aad vice comJewtsa War Veter.-.i raisin* rmer rare Sav?re Men s WBI Miami to Hear Forum on Molesters Beach An alert and concerned -.-,. nity will listen to d^S?* "The Cause* of Child Mojw and Possible Wav, ln wj?? Can Secure Better Pr :, x 7* Our Children" at an ; r 7J* meeting which wiU uke p|J^? der the sponsorship ; rKjJ hood of the West M £* %  Center. The rliw-amaa will be held M Wednesday. September 22. at ST2 SW 17th st. 5720 o ? Me rt f?**" *? ** Rolen BiW. preside** of tb* <. hiliS? Protective Leafae Assccutim ui Dr Jack A. Kapchar. Pr ,(**, P->choloo at the B a waiaB, 2 Mrs. Ahria Merbuck chairs*. '. -r.tr %  .-.e at : ved Mr* 83rd Beth Sholom Plans Affair for Members Temple Beth Sho, rfl fcou the first ia a sen*. | Wlc "i Sea. 1. m the TesaplrtS HalL aceordiR? • M „. by Baaph Spero. pre* V Brothers in Service In tier-many. Alaska %  %  f • • ...... ^ • %  %  %  -•-. V }.--..--.---. %  %  ; N. %  — II 1 • V -• -.. *.-* aew >LCZ XMI A::ri -re TV eoa—r^:'_;M Ifei -av&ataaa af the V-ji. Beach Eocei %  epat Dr the be host. Rabbi Leoa Kraatskvand Caatar % %  lead the Saerr. w:ma|l of Sisterhasi, astt. BMaacaf c: is* aad Mn N of the PT the i-Jack A •i:are its i.m aaeasbersaap tea T. -.ii> Stp n at the bsaae of Mrs. •130 F • J* Tret