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The Jewish Floridian ( September 24, 1954 )

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water Miami Ushers in Rosh Hashona See Page 2 iwiisltUEIbipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^JUZZS Number 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS ? iers Town Hit )0 Jews are fomeless in \arthquake S IT.A Host ol the 700 „i orleai ville, Algeria, were homcli by the earthquake destroyed a yreat portion of tity md 'killed over 1.600 peoihi city and nearby area. Joi-h Vgency office here rerd tin week II *U previously, rti thai ten Jewwen >n i" have been killed in the pniakc. ji ,\. Ifare Committee .1 an emergency I the catastroRabbis Jacob Kaplan \i Scl sent message! "i olenci mpathy to the a ol ill :• emor Rabbis Of France %  bers "( a national hall ol the victims |hi Oi insville earthquake. (h President Rene Coty is t I the group. pnuer Mendes France replied • i .i message oi 13 mfrom Israel Premier Moshe ftt dis| i the occasion h<' disasti r :a-t week. M. les-Frai --age thanked Mael Government and people pelr sympathy at a time when Algerian earthquake "has made ; i rofoundly." contribution of 1.000.000 t* fur immi diate release to the victims ol the Orleansville |quake was announced by the Distribution Committee here. Imunry is lor the relief of per[of all creeds in the Algerian are.. The JDC office in CO has also been authorized vide food, clothing, blankets IT supplies from its wareM in ( asablanca. the absence of specific de |asto the extent of the destruciof life md property among MM of iirleansville, who are nated responsibility, we I Ihese emergency mea'."JDi' officials reported. Israel Calls on U.S. to Restore Middle East ^ecurity; Secretary Dulles Mum on Attitude 1950 Tripartite Declaration Seen At Stake by Informed Observers Professor Salo Baron, of Columbia University, revealed this week that the largest library ever assembled of source material on American Jewish history will be made available for study and display by the American Jewish Historical Society, of which he is president, to schools, libraries and museums during the Tercentenary celebration through May, 1955. Looking on are Louis M. Rabinowitz, vice president of the society. and Professor Moshe Davis, chairman of the society's Tercentenary committee. WASHINGTON (jfA) — Informed Washington quarters familiar with Israel thinking and the background of current Israel-American discussions made known this week the view that Israel is currently concerned as to whether the United States will continue to accept .ind adhere to the concept ol a balance of power in the Near East as enunciated in the Tripartite Dec laration of 1950. guaranteeing the present Arab Israel borders. Israel is characterized as anxious for the United States to bring its Near Eastern policy toward the Jewish State into conformity with its policy toward Arab League states by repairing the balance of power and removing factors Israel considers unilateral and discriminatory. An atmosphere of good will exhibited toward Israel recently bySecretary of State Dulles, according to these sources, has not yet been translated into anything tangible, in connection with Israel's concern over the arming of the Arabs. Hope is held that favorable developments may be forthcoming. The scene is said to be a given the impression thai its p ';del toward Israel are accept a in that arms may be granted to Egypt even though no Egyptian assurances are extended to Israel, i is pointed out that Eg] pT CO show itpeaceful intentions, in • wake of the Sue/ Canal • ttleme by lifting its anti Israel block ol the Sue/ waterway. As B result of the American | cy of granting arms, the Ar u s have become more intransigent while Israel become is : re restli Those familiar with Israel thi ins, say Israel is concerned l • the U.S. dismiss Arab thi against Israel u "men 1} int. %  for Arab home consumption." A recent statement by the Egyptian Prime Minister is cited in which laid claim to two-thirds of bra territory. It is felt that this Eg ;:dan claim against Israel i ..used tie or no concern on the part : the State Department. Israel Ambassador Abba E! i met Secretary of State John F ter Dulles this week and conve; %  to him the Israel Governmer. dark one for Israel with, however. views on refjional sccul jtv '_ a light visible on the horizon. Egypt, it is thought, has been' 'Good Reason to Look Out Anxiously,' Says BBC Attack on Israel Feared in London; Lloyd to Meet With Arab Diplomats Shapir, Queen of the %  Wl Israel Wine Festival. e in the United States 1 nationwide good will 10 : "lp stimulate con %  ""iieiest in Israel. LONDON (JTA) — The possibil-, atmosphere by respecting and exe-. man noted, has been accompanied ity that Israel may be attacked by cuting resolutions of the United | by threats of renewed warfare Egypt following the agreed upon withdrawal of British armed forces fnm the Sue? Canal rone was indicated here Tuesday in a broadcast by the British Broadcasting Corporation in which it was emphasized that "Israel has good reason to look out anxiously over her borders." The broadcast, which reflects public opinion in England, came simultaneously with an announcegion." The Arabs charged that Israel's protest against Western Power arming of the Arab states was designed to "leave some 60.000.000 people poor and insuf| ficiently armed in one of the most areas." They demands that include peace diplomatic representatives oi tne JJJJ -^ J#wUl S(ate before |hey eight Arab countries toronvey to ^.^ ^ ts ,„,„, the West them the view of the British Gov j ^ an a| t o feave (he Wes ernment on their demands **>.-blackmail" the Arab states. gard to Israel. These demands iwere advanced last Friday when Nations" in respect to Palestine. against Israel, economic boycott The Arab document demanded and blockade and continuous "inthat immigration to Israel be put cursion. pillage and murders" by under control because otherwise Arabs from the bordering states. an "unnatural growth of popula-j With this in the background, he tion will create an explosive situa-, said. Israel demands that the Arab tion dangerous to the whole restates not be armed and that if they are armed, Israel be given similar weapons with which to maintain the balance of power in the Middle East. The occasion for the meeting v the Ambassador's return from c sultationa with his government in Israel. Mr. Eban made known that I talk covered only hall the grou ad that was expected to be cover The Ambassador, because of Sec tary Dulles' extremely crowc I schedule and pending departu fUSl had time Jo present Israel 9 views and hear the Secretar preliminary reactions. They agre^! to continue the discussion. The vital series of talks a described by Mr. Eban as still in an "intermediate stage." He i dined to discuss specific topics tad would say only that various aspects of the broad problems in the area were generally examined. Informed quarters believe that he bTOUg I up Israel's views on the arming I Iraq. Egypt and possibly otl Arab League states among otl" r matter-. Nasser Demands Return of Negev; Says Area 'Splits' Bloc Nations spokesman for the Israel Emthe that in •immedT 'the Middle East was the aftermath I of a war launched by the were aovanceu last %  mi .,.*.. --. thev visited the Foreign Office in bassy here, commen ,ng on th a body and presented an aide meArab demarche pointed out h moire in which they asked the the present 'unhappy situa ion JERUSALEM (JTA) — United Nations observers in the Jerusalem area took independent action this week to preserve peace in the dechief. wh dispensed with the f by officers from either side. The->> measures were instituted by II Gen. E. L. M. Burns, new UN tr militarized zone of this city and the Lalrun area. Without seeking permission Arab I from either side, UN observers moire in Western powers to take ate steps" against Israel. ^a,^ against"Israel in'an attempt; took up positions along the OH The aide memoire charged inai i ^ annu| Dayan. Israel Army Chief of St_:;. in ., conference reportedly devote I to this new move by the UN. Gen. Dayan is believed to have object "•


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PAGE 2 A +j e ls!JhrtBm z High Holy Day Services Monday Eve portions -i the Hturgj M %  choir under TO OUR VALUED FRIENDS AND CUSTO* WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO WISH ALL OF YOU bath nui' tion of Ro>h Hashona inaiMuratesU r ing the S^jb; a ten-dav period-*1 tpir.to.1 self-lb? Mr and VraJHmoWIII I analysis and praver which Is clihonor ol their son i inering m maxed bv Yom Kippur. the Day of R os h Hashona will be Mi ndaj Atonement, beginning at nightfall. mn g services ..t 8 p m itn Kaooi Wednesday. October 6. Louis L Kaplan and Cantor Mau The ritual for the High Holy rice Mamches officiating Educa Days is highlighted by the sounds tlon; ,i director of the Board ol Kdu of "the Shofar. the ancient instruca lo n in Baltimore, Rabbi Kaplan ment which now calls for combat has chosen as his major Iheme lor against wrongdoing and shortcomdiscussion during the High Hoij ings Days a number ol problems facing • t he Jewish community in America NORTH DADE JEWISH CENThe Beth David Choir will be un TER will hold regular Friday eveder the direction ol Miriam Don ning services at 8:15 p.m.. with nerstag Tuesdaj and Wednesdaj Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating morning services are at 8.3U a m and preaching on the topic: "Holiwith an usher's committee, under day Spirit/' Cantor Maurice Neu the chairmanship of Charles Spin will render the musical portions of yarn, making seating arrange' the llturgj Lucille Moore will mvn iBeth David will hold -indirect the choir. Saturday morning dent services on Tuesday and Wed services are at 9 a.m. The Rabbi nesday from 11 am to 1 pi" un will discuss the Weekly Portion der the direction of Jerome 1! Gor Monday evening services, ushering don. educational direct' r, %  < n d in Rosh Hashona 5715 are schedLouis Gadon. ol the faculty Offiuled for 8:15 p.m Rabbi Okolica ciating will be members ol the will pnach the sermon on the Beth David United Synafl topic: "New Year Thoughts Tuesyouth Organization Participating da) harles Kamen, junior Rabbi; ices are al 8 a.m., with ever,:: ker and Irwin Siegel, cansen. tors; Kenneth Sher. reading the 8:15 n nVlbetl Abramowitz, sound Rabbi will discus 0 the Shofai and Myron Abrambility W %  pic iV New Api den:. 5 i Vision ior tin congregation > hold services both days at 10:30 am.. f^ ,„ Saul Rabin, director of educa tion Fred Lane will Continutd on P*" 8 A ,„t .iv junior \ irman ol the ushers com mil!' BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE hold regt g %  • soil of Mi %  in., set vices are at daily sen ices sch am. and 6:15 pra Floral offerings TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold • Iridaj evening pr< ceding Days ..I 6 p n S I services i Irving Lehrman will and discuss the Weel R -h Hashona will be u-hm by the congregation on > evening al 6:48 p m %  scheduled Tuesda) lj at 8:15 am Can! Philip Brummer will render the Albert Comanor, executive dicetor of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, was this week named chairman of the Family and Child Care Division of the Dade County Welfare Planning Council Former vice chairman of the division, Comanor succeeds Clyde Taylor. A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW | The Bible Says ... It 9 s A Great Mita to serve the finest foods on High Holidays! 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j A y, SEPTEMBER 24, 1954 +te*istfk>rkHan PAGE 3 A • f Dade County KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD Representing the Kosher Meat and Poultry Industry Extend Greetings to the Jewish Community With Best Wishes For A Happy New Year FOR THE COWEXIEME OF THE Prill 14. THE KOSHER BUTCHERS OF THE AREA WILE KEEP THEIR SHOPS OPE\ ALE DAY SI \OAY. SEPTEMBER 267 a. All Our Markets Are Under Rabbinical Supervision .Idler's Kosher Moat & Poultry 1421 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5 0343 .Idler's II. kosher Market 1832 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone 2-2279 Ureter's Food Market 1430 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-3118 i o IIIIII unity Kosher Meals & Poultry 4S3 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5 7691 < oral Way Kosher Meat Market 1741 CORAl WAY, MIAMI Phone 83 1383 (roun Market 1127. 15th STREET, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5 651 1 Hade Kosher Market 153 N.W. Sth STREET, MIAMI Phone 3-1430 Drcxcl Kosher Meal Market 1447 DREXEl AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-2929 I Hi!:iiaii's Kosher Meats 691 N.E. 125th STREET, NORTH MIAMI Phone 84-4176 'taster's Kosher Meat Mkt. SUUIVAN COUNTY CUT RATE 618 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone S-614S Harry's Kosher Meat Mkt. 243 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7868 Norman's Kosher Meats 1053 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone S-9S0S Hoffman's Kosher Meat Prod nets 41S ESPANOIA WAV, MIAMI BEACH Phono 5-3992 Jack's Tropleal Kosher Food Market 1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5 1267 Sol kahlcii berg's Kosher Meat & Poultry 106 • 6th STREET, MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-4577 Kaplan's Kosher Meat Mkt. 621 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-4148 Katz's Kosher Meat <& Poultry Market 1896 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone 82-8869 Lanof's Meat A Poultry Mkt. 1112 NORMANDY BRIVE, MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 86-5223 Miami Kosher Market 2011 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone 3-2297 Mo;'ii Dovid Kosher Meat Products 1987 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone 34218 .\oriiiaiidv Kosher 1171 71st STREET, NORMANDY ISLE, MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 6-6551 Oeeaaside Kosher Meals 74S1 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 86-2955 .Sam's Pennway kosher Meal Market 1447 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7060 Oualii> Kosher Meat •ft Poultry 1961 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phono 82 5001 Royal Kosher Markets 5971 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone MO 74733 Royal Kosher Markets 523 • 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH Phono 5-1396 Royal Kosher Markets 9*454 HARDING AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono UN 6-9072 Rubindale Kosher Meat <& Poultry Market 2117 CORAl WAY, MIAMJ Phone 48-4766 S A M Meat Market 810 S.W. 22nd AVENUE, MIAMI Phono 83 7748 Sam's Kosher Market 322 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI Phone 9-6266 Sol's \orih Shore Kosher Meal & Poii I lev 7446 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 6-6226 Sunshine Kosher Market 436 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-5583 Trachtcnbcrg's kosher 31 eat Market 1323 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-2910 I niled kosher Meat & Poult rv 1553 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone 3-2270 Victory Kosher Meat Mkt. 929 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-1801 Washington Avenue Meal & Poultry Market 1051 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono 5-6821 Weiner's Kosher Market 700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono 5-2895 White Rose Meat & Poultry Market 17 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono 58 9787 Whitman's Market 1730 79th STREET CAUSEWAY, MIAMI BEACH Phono 78-0153 Zlon Food Tenter 1429 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono 5-3418



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PAGE 4 A flttDAY. trjenistflenjian T\T r. 553 ==^ RATES %i.K SUBSCRIPT, 0 T N 9 vfar> 0" V Hr "" -— Fnday. September 24, 19*^ ^ V 1Ume 28 Elul 26. 5714 Enter.d M MCMd-cUM m.>t.r July 4. 130. • p Off.ce-bt Miami. Fl.., und.r th. ^''"tZ^J'v'Z kin JSSJlitton of Engl.ih.Jew.ah Ntwi.ap.rt, Fiend. Prtu Allocution. FRED K. SHOCHE T E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor UN Assembly Meets The United Nations General Assembly opened its ninth session on Wednesday. Confronted with a 67-point agenda of business, observers feel that the Israel-Arab issue will almost certainly find its way onto the floor for discussion once again. There can be little doubt that the seven-nation Arab bloc will find as many occasions as it can muster to attack the Jewish Slate with invective before the world peace organization It is also fairly certain that Israel will, cs in the past, insist upon identifying itself with facts —with the concrete progress it has made during its brief history and with its hopes lor the future. We feel that the rise and fall in Israels fortune at the UN is an unhealthy condition fo: the state itself, as well as for prospects o: peace in the Near East. We also feel that this unsavory sort of fluctuation must be placed at the feet of the United States, Greet Britain and Fl the three signatory powers to a Tripartite I laration which, conclude:: guarantees the borde ael. In this regard, the B:g Three ha far failed to insist upon Arab accej sovereignty of the State oi Israel. S: the seven-nation bloc continues tc nition of the Jewish State there hope for anything but recc'. structionist tactics on th; every time the UN discusses N lems. Whether the American new policy for the trouble spot :s cc our government must recognize th with the Arab r.:: ish State as c free and indepc two spearate matters. Th< gently be sacrificed i The Arabs %  sovereignty of !s. that an alliance • % % %  terms but won as a res..i: rest. ^^WrfCA^RwAi^^i^—W*^ V. During The Week .. .A I Sefs By LIO MINDLIN ,^-w\—-^>-w 4.i %  refJecd THE VALUE OF EDUCATION CoL >JlSSr S|M>;iks Col. Nasser toi ernment this wee up the Negev. In c ; he indicated that the Jewish State expect to retain possession ol I during the War of Liberation bee Negev cuts directly into Arab territory. What Col. Nasser forgot to say was Ih Arabs lost the Neqev when they refused to abide by the UN partition plan of 1947 and that, in the face of a collected world decision, they entered into a state of aggressive war to destroy a new Jewish State established b j ternational assent. He also forgot to remark that the desert area had lain fallow for thousends of years and only became desirable in Arab eyes when Jewish labor and industrious devotion began to make of it a flourishing land. This is the man to whom a great New York newspaper last Sunday allocuted a major portion of its magazine section, characterizing him as a devoted leader who unwillinqly cssumes the reigns of government and whose spiritual values are unquestioned. Placed in the light of the impending British exodus from the Suez Canal Zone, however. Col. Nasser's statement assumes different pro portions from those set down by the New York paper. Here, Col. Nasser emerges as the ironfisted leader of Egypt, little different from his fellow Arabs and personally ambitious in the extreme. A ItVliuious I iliH-.iiion 7: Day period recall the signih-, .pact on our | I The [uainted with that traa Jew; • on. alone, is the %  .g. throughout the Greater Mi:. session. We believe it •e for every parent to reckon with •he r.eei tor registi sir children in one of, thes • zed schc 1 demand for religious educa imfest For one of Israel % %  gthtual source of Judaism which for ived by the %  led. Pc that fulfillment secure ief, thus daily livi jious and lay leaders u" natioi nl :. :... r< m ,nd us for a more compelling soil of spinahon durina this ago of unrest I for I his fi Offering our youth pportunity for enlothemoi evatI seek to advance thus : unshakable "Wnkind -el these are the essential motives wh.ch must strengthen parents ,n th, ion to qive tnei J J a Jew,sh education now that Rehq.ous spools have opened their doors once again a. the start of the fall season. So Place lor l.iis INDECISION IN THE ANXIBTYRlQjDEN pen rompanied by the illusory determination of a number of personalities conceive of several Olten-conflicting mein **; the dilemmas which beset them." Our State I>ip i ,rt men 0 ""I policy and Secretary Dulles represent an example of thtTl* Dulles' picaresque world in the past few months n(lf J* assumption of office — typifies perfectly the anxiety n Jr resolution by helter-skelter travel in opposing directions The State Secretary's recent overseas jaunts uld the most imaginative agent selling vacations at ., tourist hi"*" h., been, during the year, in Geneva. Paris. West Brrhn uS I'hillipines and other by now forgotten places Earlier hiiu!j him through principal cities of the Near Best The.,. i aur made in the name of a foreign policy he has helped U^2 onls hope that the diverse nature of his travels m „,, w the equally diverse fscetS of that policy. II Mr Dulles is not by now air sick, his "new look" t M retaliation principles certainly appear to be. and he mUjlt man on whom the axioms of ecology can have no effect But th. stale ol his own psychic and physical makeup, the factreBa. th. overt expressions ol his foreign policy are undeniably confm the proof that, at least, the nation which he reprevnts is intZj lies precisely in its willingness to accept such a policy witW demands for a reexamination of Mr. Dulles', as well as the At Don's motives. AMERICAN INSISTENCE ON REARMING GERMANY u a case in point Since the end of World War II and the eroiobji inprnetrable Iron Curtain. Germany and its place m Europe^ have been a principal problem for the "victorious powers, fit the imagination to conceive that a defeated and battered cousin have been the object of so much concern. One can hardly (RSJ less than ten years ago. Bernard Baruch's century long agras for the defeated Nazi Reich was a serious consideration For this decade. Germany has risen out of the rubble of itsjuin to the position of at leas' one victorious ally on the continent and to dictate in matters of diplomacy. A significant factor in this PBBSSCence has been the cold w_ i • md West Playing upon the Capitalist Communist (tiletsal ed Germany has taken the occasion of fashipning it-elf into s military possibility. This has found Russia and th< I'mted contest "i vying for the defeated nation's favor wuhKonrai and Wilhelm Piek as the principal chassmen in this inte both Ess! and Weal Gerrnany contrive In be mar-hilts) %  : the polities] camp which they presumably represent We, of course feel thai our motives in rearming Germitj pure Our government's desire is basii peace. Thm brought home to us that a atroog Germany can be .. valuable what was recent!) conceived of as the Buroi nse o Hut ,ii. Lie as one will, it can hardly tw denied that ii.rmanys potential not alone in military industrialization i>uf foi majoi participants in the EaavWest stru>_: ithat envisioned role in a possible future world conflict There isi type of humorous nostalgia for bygone dayi of co; when conquering countries brought "enhghtnn nt" to areas BUT THIS SORT OF NOSTALGIA CLEARLY v mates risi impulse, for Germany is no possible source ol exploitation. Tail were he to bring his science to national patterns of I might readily conclude that any desire in this regard represent,!, wish pur. and simple German philosophy lodaj ipredio rebuilding and retaliation The war has taught lh< Oraat| humility bul humiliation; it has brad m them nl guilt but %  ri — i..it currently directed against those erstwbikl lea ed th> in by losing the w..r and soon against their vvIn ii the means for retaliation will be at hand l dare say another significant motive behind v ricanit :'i i n.iii> lies in the too east!) accept) emu* and in the feeling that that Rcnious may aattj luently against Soviet Communism. That tinreputaUoal •urvived two disastrous defeats aGermany brought uaa| gain in 1MB is It nothing else, a rare •.-timosil invincibilif) of historical myths The fact ren % %  that tus< illusory genius leading two well-prep a red sn th e M — Hitlei met with abysmal rum in conflict ... • notorisagl pared lighting troopof the free world troopciimposil) wl H ol life was imbued with everything but th. Gillian**!, %  of which the German soldier presumably wr-hipi Most competent historians can. with ease %  ,hlir German abilit) to bring defeat upon If i i a dition m which Prussianism, divorced from political and socuM I from political and social awarene uroes I It is thu> unquestiopnhl) foreign for us on Ideological, '' o n ^ grounds, to find In Germany not only a respectable hut a trusj ally, iiur State Department foreign policy in this regardwat the s.,ine untenable position in which we have been finding throughout th. world since the conclusion of World NVarn tt y ONCE AGAIN. IN OUR QUEST FOR FRIENDS, we stand an of those v. In. represent all manners of philosophy which W*l hold in contempt The tragedy is that none of this need be W" with the Soviet in the matter of Red China's admission to IBM Nations ifor Russia a major triumph in modern "'P 1 '"""-^,' Hi. true nature of the conflict fails to be revealed ( '" m l*"!L( %  that Moscow could present a stronger cast agaln>t membei of the IN than can Ambassador Lodge *S. oratorical momentThe probability is that an accepted "i. nt would bring little Joy in the Kremlin Our ,allure Jl l the nw" 1 viirrsfl jwaliaf leaM It was extremely qra,ify lna | or us to note the mariner in wh.ch the hafernity chapte of pt Delta Theta a, WUliama Colleqe In W,lli U m town Massachusetts, actod ,h w-k taS matter of retaininq a 'pwish memhc u face of the national hcrtemlH.'. : md to c tali/e upon thi, places the Communistm the a*" limiting membersh.D to VLK U !" 8tenM n • to progresaiva reasoning before Eastern ..pinwn- "Aryan blood." students of The issue oriqinally arose in 1951 wl Q „ local chapter pledged the Ivlh when e e to be commended hES'^r' ded,co„o„ ,„ *. #*£*;s££2£* our constant imbarrassment Similarly, our poUej so (ar as German rearmament t> of us an international dupe. Konrad Adenauer an ^ cralic assurances notwithstanding, the German P*f*^.f| the! 1 • %  '--oi.oites noiw iiiisianuiug. me urni" K .-r-^ the pre-.nt liulles policy, are achieving their ascendancy ^ sn ascendancy that will turn against us ..surely I nion currently inveighs against rearmament on the basis eontrarj poUelas ^ Germanj ahma -lands to be the victor-the firrma V ir i PP* 1 nd Farben, with the Prussian militanstra n ; nlrtK jl '"•'• "I What the DnUea policy has done thus far W *** g ,'manifest We stand on opposite sides of Great B ,J n ;' Ficfl di] '" "" Red China issue We outrage the .sensibilities of tw f neve felt the German boot trampling the flesh of ft* '"" ^tl since 1870 We provide further grist for th,' < '' mn ^!i rl cvi grinds „ut an eternal refrain characterizing Western dem role el warmonger.



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itl %  -, %  Ly SEPTEMBER 24, 1954 *k*,si n<,kHn urn> was u f c 5 0 ."}" LraeliKyplian Mixed Armistice Commission meanwhile expressed its concern this week over the problem of Arab infiltration from the Egyptian held Gaza strip into Israel territory, after declaring Egypt responsible 1 %br *&& violation of, the 'demarcation lines by civilians, Pointing out that the armistice agreement places responsibility for halting such infiltration on the governments from whose territory the infiltrees come, the MAC condemned Egypt for two instances of civilians illegally crossing the line during July. "It is reported from New York that Col. Gamal Abde^l Nasser, Egyptian Premier, indicated this week that he wants Israel to give up the Negev. The indication was contained in an interview from Cairo reported by the United Press. The Premier was reported to have said that the Negev splits the Arab world and that therefore Israel would sooner or later have to give it up so the,Arabs could have uninterrupted iand communication. Col. Nasser asserted that Israeli concern over the British evacuation of the Suez Canal area and American military aid to Egypt is "artificial." He charged that Israel's expression of concern over these developments were "designed mainly to collect money from the American Government and American People." May you be inscribed for peace and good life! &SM }"-£"Jr, EZEKIEL PROPHESYING There shall be showers of blessing. And the tree of the field shall yield its fruit, And the earth shall yield her produce. And they shall be safe in their land. Eztkiel XXXIV: 26. 27 A s OUR MANY Jewish friends prepare for Rosh i Hashanah, we of the Maxwell House Division of General Foods Corporation wish you one and all a very happy New Year. We share with you the warm hope that every Jewish home in this and every land will be blessed with Health and Happiness in this and all the New Years to come. We feel it is particularly fitting at this time to express our deep appreciation to the Jewish public and Jewish grocers for their friendship and good will, and our hopes that these fine coffees will continue to bring joy and pleasure into so many Jewish homes. FINE COFFEES FROM MAXWELL HOUSE -MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee INSTANT MAXWfll HOUSE COFFEE Th* Sobboth Coff.' MAXWEtl HOUSE COFFEE Good lo the lost Drop! tool INSTANT SANKA COFFEE Good Coffee Good Sleep! YUBAN fhe CvMf Coll— with lh f*Uf fotlt! SANKA COFFEE Delicious and De-Coffe/nofed >



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PAGE 6 A >Jelstncri Jack h U*J -•' reside '" M_.ravch.ck. Miami Beach, ind Coral Gables ...rani J Schainuck, son of Mr ..! MrDavid Schainuck. Wilkes — PJ uere married a! the Snxofsj Hole on September tfih bi Le >n Kronisl officiated • h e bri le who was %  ed %  ich %  fii • :: PERSONALLY SPEAKING left of Ihe Friends ol the Seven Lively last week for Atlantic Citj the) will spend the High Holy Days Miami !" ngo dr.. Mum, B,L*J' turned from he ,*N % %  "taga.ayaifcj Mr and Mrs David Roaeer where Arts and program director of the Miami Beach Recreation Departand a '"" Wneai ro is now recovering Mr. and \| r I .... chairman founder ment. left fr a New York vaca imii Monday Jacob %  %  ... -iar .li* Mrs. Gtrord J. Schainuck %  M list vijFrederick Reibel luated i cum ir im the I niversit) oi MiV the Bachelor ol Artd. %  • e She ia member >i Delta Phi ; ilon and Sigma Lambda Phi • i iril \lph.i Lambda Delta irary sororitj Ir >i lainuck received hiBach< i oi B n--Administration deL'niversitj "i .-.' d is i I "i M Law School He i oi Phi Lambda Phi i mity. The i e are spending their W ii Iril Sproffcin in. Wiener for Wedding : i rida campus [or Miss Iris i Stephen Ira ach Now • %  %  tighter of fkn 810 I panola Is an the %  1 her %  51 ; Elemental I %  I Miss I'rini %  ( %  (liven Away liy l-'alher : per rhe i 'oral Gables Jew I i nl bi and Mrs H Gati Ir Mr Pi pper ill the Mori i> Peppi -'. l~th Mr Prii lor in She was Ihj Markin I arus Joann Shu I irii Ellei Prim i< r was i lower girl Sydney Pepper Jr 11 phi w ol the bridegroom i ings Larrj Marks acted as best man with Stanley Rosenkrantz, Marshall Pep per Irving Markinson, Joseph I Block. Morris Levitl and Morton Palmer ... ushers Ronald Prince H a junior usher Reci ption was hi Id at Ihi Phillis Kapp Studio Thi couple will live at 114 Merrick pkwj bles Mr Pepper "ill be % %  < iated with his lather in bu im Pepper Salvage and Match < o Miss tllye Haydtn Hayden, Wiener To Marry in Miami A couple who met ,ii the l nivi r l sitj oi Florida, Miss Ellye Hayden and William u Wienei an | BI mug their marriage Their engagement ianno.. i bj hei parents Mr and Mrs \ \ Hayden, 2131 SW 21st si Mr u iener ithe son ol Mr and Mrs Charles Wiener. Long Beach, 1.1 The bride is a graduate ol Miami High School and the UF, where she received her BA in education She i-now teaching third grade at North Hialeah Elemental-) School Her fiance haa BS-BA degree in club managemenl from the i F. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon | Pi and Delta Sigma Pi He is now | employed at the Rolling Rock Club in Ligonier, Pa. The couple will be married in Miami. HOLI DAY Iced Teaspoons %i U Wall andjlfi^^ 1 6 Cocktail Forks... 11 so* T r^blejjt^i: c 3 Tiblespooni II 00* V Gravy i^___^^. K 1 Buttei Unite and 1 Sujar Spoon w 0 MaatPiatt* I ?pc Salad Set ... tv B Welerj^fi.^--M 1 CH Q BrtadJiW^^-?pe tduceiorSe*... w w CNItfsCiiP^,^-Tarnish Resistant Chest (Not illuslialed) ** -MIIMltt*^ SIRffT c TY vm SUT( .TvwM.-.:-:;£TrSJ!C.^ ^.• ,CT, <*>> IN U NOIT^TI.lTO•IU' 0 • ,,, 0"t MAT .. WITHO..WN OK -OD,,.0 T ANY T|M



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L A Y, SEPTEMBER 24, 19S4 •rrived home from their sumfvarali"" m Michigan City, InAnno Tart has just returnk.m a three month tour of the [p fiJ n continent, North Africa +JmlshfhjrMi&r PAGE 7 A C TH!Zr B Z n m *!, &" umU 4rr "H *Y General foots c-ntor Pluhp Hammer, of Signed several days ago, the Temple Emanu-EI. Miami Beach, wa this week chosen by the Maxwell House Coffee Division of Gen agreement will permit Maxwell House to publicize the coffee in leading cities of the United States. eral Foods for the use of his photo-1 as well as in countries abroad, ac graph and personal endorsement companied by Cantor Brummers for the HrnVs coffee products. I picture and testimonial. !!!_ — ,. r "" rm S C ffer Pr ducts P* !" d testimoni a!. The bride is ,d E VE RYDAY Kornsteins to Live in Bayonne H o n e y m ooning in Bermuda. Siegel, Bayonne. N.J., daughter of where they sailed on the Queea,of Mr. and Mrs .Morris Siegel. 2152 Bermuda, are Mr. and Mrs. Irving SW 14th ter. Mr. Kornstein is the Kornstein. They were married Sepson of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Korntember 4 at 8 p.m. in Ann Gardens, Newark, N.J. The bride is the former Gloria *. SH \\\ Stock up on KOSHER BIRDS EYE BIRDS EYE MEANS KOSHER When you buy and enjoy these finest quality and value Birds Eye products m All Quick-Frozen Vegetables • All Quick-Frozen Fruits • All Quick-Frozen Juices • Quick-Frozen French Fried Potatoes PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision T BIRDS EYE MOSTIO FOODS Mrt. Irving Kornstein stein. Bayonne, where the couple, will live. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Her sifter. Mrs. Ruth Pilof of Miami, was matron of honor. Sidney F'riedman. Bayonne, was best man. Reception was held in the Gardens. Albert Abramowitz Bar Mitzvah Albert Abramowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Abramowitz, 150 S\V 10th rd., will become B;.r Mitzvah on Sat unlay morning. September 25. at Beth David Synagogue. Albert is a econd year student at Hebrew High School and graduated from Beth David Religious ^ •;tfll Albtrt Abramewili School Mr ia also in cijh;h grade a! Slu nandoah Junior High, where be is a member of the BCOOol orchestra. Albert will conduct llussaf services during his Bar Mitzvah ceremony and will also read from the Torah. Kiddu--h will follow in his honor Artlnmru Michael Grossman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grossman, of 520 West 47th st„ will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, September 25. 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Michael, a student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School.



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PAGE 3 A -JenUWcrMtor^ "tIPAY. SEPTEMBa % Greater Miami to Usher.in High Hoty Days Monday Eve ..._ _. .1 itit >i Continued from Pag* 2 A i, with Alan Medof chanting. i\ Shapiro reading from the h* and the "Mi Sheberach pr;-;,er recited by Michael T< —.< r • TEMPLE SINAI of H..lt> wn,.ices or ay evenii I 6 p.i %  %  i p %  I; ;.'..'I %  al Tashlich c< remonj ill be at 4 p.m "ii the shores • B ij 1254 W • -' ave wh< re remple is ma sen ice* are al 8 30 Rabbi Abi n the topic v Year Reso i intors Louis Garenhaus Elisha Cerner will render the n • %  cal portions ol the liturgy for ligh Holj Day sen ici s. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION \ hold regular Friday evening ces al 6 p.m Saturday nwrn• n ices are al 8 30 a m Mincha leduled for 0 p m., followed bj S iSeudos Morris B Frank, ; dent, will li< host Rosh Hash%  ill be ushered in on Monday p.m Si n ices oi rues ..lid Wednesday morninj I hill will ate Sub ect mon on irsl da) ol Rosh H Futun *." On V he "Hei Veil er the n portioi f Di I • %  riVeingai ten will !"• I I Freed man and A J Safi M Moscow it/ \\ ill blow Shofar. ANSHI EMES CONGREGATION hold Friday evening services r heir site. 2320 SW 25th St., at m. Regular Saturday morning ices are at 8:30 a.m.. with Kali I Abraham Sachs officiating and reaching iin the Weekly Portion. %  cha will be at 6 p.m.. followed -halos Seudos Anshe Kmes will usher in Rosh Hashona on Mondav evening at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and nesday morning services are at m. Rabbi Sachs .will discuss: BCle of Rosh Hashona" His •c for the second High Holy Day is Abraham's Sacrifice" Evening ices for both dayate at 6 p.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will r in the High Holy Days on da) evening at 5:80 p.m.. with oi ii Leon Hurwitz officiating. Rudolph Brill will render ihe ical portionof the litu• day morning services are at 8 Rabbi HurwiU will discuss: e Life We Praj For." On Wed ay morning, the sermon tome heduled a-: The Sen-.of Hi-A Tercentenary Message." i .tning serviceare at 5:30 p.m. Regular Satur.i ervices are at 9 a.m.. Septemb* i BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hold regular Frida; ning services at 6 pjn Saturday rr,.i nurservices .>r.a; y .. m Mil cha will be al 5:43 '" ,(l b) Shalos Seudos Tlfc congregation will u-her in the High Hoi) Days and Wednesda) morning sen-ices are at 8 a.m., with sei %  ;: be delivered during both KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION scheduli da) : %  I ciatu .It class is 4 45 v iwing al 5:3 *'" be h >sti -' SI %  l .... 1! '• %  %  ihe i Soil I CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER H a %  %  timing the N nt oi • %  the ert S 1:45 a i i ,. 'Three Hun dred N %  • %  ll I' %  %  • I: I S • %  TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM i .1 B:W p.m with organ pre udes beginning al 7:43 pm Rabbi Leon Kron.sh will otiKi.de and h on the lopic "Stand Befort Saturda) morning •• IK al 10 45 am. when Michael .. nnoi Mi and Mrs Sam Grew 'vwll become Bi U brt ih remple Beth sin.lom will usher In Its Da) service on lay evening For the fourth %  • i ir doul l< services Rabbi Kronish will discuss How Did \\, Gel i" rhis S ["uesdas morning senici are al 8 45 .. m I II .i n Bccommo date Beth Sholom's 800-famil) member-hip Rabbi Kronish'i dis course will be on the Ihcme "Our khildren Will Ask Services for the second da) ol Rosh Hash • H 45 am, when the ii || %  %  Miracle : Miragi Cantor Samui ,„,, r ,. r the mu-ical portions ISRAELITE CENTER ; pvenu nices %  %  %  i I II • %  %  V. i %  • I i Wed %  [or children • • v.. %  ii i.sh £ Will HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER wil llashoi %  i ning:, in w ith • Kabbi %  nil the • Si Persoi pnici %  %  il H am, Kal I .' %  Re Into I id Ihti FORMER NURSE CAN TAKE LlDEitlY LADY, OR COUPLE. uus homi\ first core. Delicious Kashtr style u %  • ts Rabbi will pre>t>i>on "A New Year Resolution Evening services are at 6 45 pm Regular Friday evening -erv.eeare at 8:15 p.m.. with K ibbi Sparer discussing: "A Last Look at the Old Year." An Oneg Shabbal will follow. Saturday morning serviceare at 9 a.m. %  • .14 AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE Will hold Friday even ing services at 6:15 p.m followed b) Kabbalal Sabbath. Saturday morning servleei are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Isaac Em will offi-: nd preach on the topic: ngth in Jewish Unity." Kid-' dush will follow Mincha is at 8, p ,„ followed by Shalos Seudos and Maartv Sunday morning; serv.., %  at !' a m Hih Holy Day .. %  nicewill begin Monday evening ,,t 6 p m with Rabbi Ever dlacuas \ Dream Became a Reality" Rabbi Samuel S SlCgel, oi hicauo. will render llie inn-leal txirtionof the liturgy Tuesday morning ttrt re at 8 I in with Rabbi F.ver preaching on the topic: "New Year Prayer for Life on \\ednesda) Ihe second day of R |,sn na the Rabbi will hold %  disii-,,Message oi the -i ,| r Ren Tuck an I Man Men ; ..,,, will officiate at morning es ddnng lh< High Holj : FLAGLER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will usher In Hashuna with services on Munda) ev< ning al 7 30 p m Rev Heim rei the mu-ica • CREAM CHEESE ISK7 • CREAM CHEESE IN THE • JEWISH HOME UHLESSi rS portions of the liturtyTZ^I the (enter Choir uSr^W tion of Mrs P, U J *j£ J.3 Scnwartzman. executive AL ^l the Bureau of J,. w J h £?H will officiate Subject 0 ,S] mon is scheduled a-\, u *l the Seventh M,,n, t M( ; Y H Ices on Tue-da> and W^ are scheduled for 9 im ***] Continued on Pt„ j,. 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:Tv SgPTPBBt £4, 1954 L Day Program loif Drma of Rosh Hashona J Yom Kippur" will be present Ihv the Rabbinical Association lGrMt r Miami over station %  yj 0 „ Sunday afternoon, ScpLor 26. ;ien.Mt to produce the show Itbe association, has written a b r ,prcially for the program Address Masadcr The third annual rt-union meetin? of Miami Beach Masuda Young Adult Zionists will be held at the Ritz Plaza Hotel on Thursday, September 30, 9 p.m. Stanley C. Myers, president of Federation and an attdrnVy, will speak. PAGE 3 A B'nai Brith Wortwn Membership 'party or Miam. Chapter, B'nai Brith Women, will be held at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Bott. 1421 SW 16th ave., on Thursday, September 30, 1 p.m. The women's group is also scheduling a Tercentenary program for October 14, 8 p.m., at Beth David Synagogue. r Welfare trniaV "^jJters' of Roosevelt Temple No. 33 will hold their annual fall card and mah jongg party Thursday, September 30, 8 p.m., at 500 SW 17th ave. Proceeds will help meet the Temple's altruistic and child welfare budgets. Featured theme of the evening is "Help Is Help Others." Arthur Treacher to Star Arthur Treacher, known on stage and screen as the "perfect butler," will make his local debJt Tuesday night at the Biltmore Playhouse in Benn W. Levy's spicy comedy, "Clutterbuck." The English-born actor came to this country in 1926. after appearing in many stage productions in Europe. t n St) / A %  \ \ HAVE AN EASY NEW YEAR THE WHOLE YEAR THROUGH! GlAKTSIttl 10SSS^ too'. WITH KOSHER PARVE COLGATEPALMOLIVE PRODUCTS • X^ FAB FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great Now Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Romover than ony other leading product, plus not one, but two of the most efrecfive whitening ingredient, ever discovereat Yet FAB it actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps. jfa AJAX fOU WTS. PANS. SINKS Kosher and Farve AJAX cleans ****** pans. bathroom, up to twice •*&£? a. fast... thank, fa "FOAMING ACTON It Boat, dirt and grease right down the drain! CLEANSE* A^Z V E L FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Ye. Kosher and Parvo VEl mohe. di.he. .hine without washing or wiping-don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Deteraent Barn" to band, with VEL. EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN %  ,



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)A Y, SEPTEMBER 24. 1954 -Jewish ntrHton reater Miami to Usher in High Holy iy Services on Monday EveningPAGE 11 A Continu ed from Page 8 A |r,,h.ii" Davu wi | n Subject <>f Mr. Subject rrnion assist Rev. SchwartzTuesday is: "Who Judaism and American Debrac) .Junior services will be 1,1 In the chapd under the direc,,l sun Hollander. Sunday MOI principal. Rev. Heim will fciate, with Mr. Schwartzman ad[ssins the children. Regular Fring .services, September rill ix held at 6 p.m. Saturday ling servieea are at 9 a.m., Rev Heim will render the Heal portiona of the liturgy interpret the Weekly Portion. • • IgTH TFILAH CONGREGA |N will hold regular Friday eve%  en-ices at 6 p.m. Saturday hung services are at 8:30 a.m. khi Joseph Rackovsky will office and preach on the Weekly lion Mineha la at 5:30 p.m.. kwed bj a discourse on "Ethics |0ur Fathers." Maariv at 6:45 will conclude the Sabbath obMnce Rosh Hashona will be ered in on Monday evening at 6 i Tuesda) morning services. tit the High Holy Days, begin ;i in when Rabbi Rackovsky discuss: "Call of the Shofar." mlii:. of the Shofar and Musill follow the sermon. Wednes[morning services are at 7 a.m. 10 30 a m Rabbi Rackoviky on the topic: "Our i rifices*," with the 8:30 am Rabbi Simon A officiate and preach on "The Message of Moses to All Gen crations %  class in Mishna is at 5 The con ReJniir L!A Re,, *. us -School, I evening services at 6:30 p.m. SatR a hbi Hurwitz fa ''h HjiHhorW :on Monday even.. when RSmti Ab-1 rfing ar 8:30 %  p.m.. with Rabbi Abantor April will r ''" ,w z ls ^ ch, '' lul i to hold a dlaraham Levitan officiating. C th. tome \Z L' !" he top,C: S r,n h '" B< ff no second day of Koeh Hash„*, J ^ f !" '""*'*"** '" X rill d.scuss: "TercentenCM&i%W%^ZM sefWeeVare at I a m. when Rabbi April will discuss: "The Will to Live." Wednesday services on the second day of R„sh Hashona also at 8 TEMPLE EMANUEL of Fort Lauderdale will usher m the New Year with services on Monday eve. Hin at 7 p.m.. for worshippers whose last names begin with the initials "A" through "K" inclusive. A second service is scheduled lor am. Evening service! .ftSPff^Sft "T**"" during both High Holy DayV are will offfcC^S e^l? '"T scheduled for 6 p.m. "Need for : £ c The H?.r, T" ?" thC Spiritualities for a Successful Life" | Since • Triumphs over will be the subject of Rabbi Aprils sermon Wednesday Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy at all services. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold regular services Friday evening at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services Friday evening at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Mineha will be at 5:45 p.m. Rosh Hashona will be u.;hcred in Monday evening at 5:45 p.m. Services Tuesday and Wednesday morning are at 8 a.m. Rabbi Alexander will preach on the topic: "A Year in Retrospect." For the second dav of Rosh Hashona. his discourse is scheduled as: "The Clarion Call of the Shofar." Rev. Akiva Ross will render the musical portions of the liturgy at all services. Evening services during both days of Rosh Hashona are at 5:45 p m. Cantor Sherwin Levine will render the musical portions of the service, assisted by Miss Saiwa Marhige. of Hollywood. Tuesday morning services are at 10 am ..when Rabbi Ranson will discuss: "Three Hundred Years of Jewish Service in America." Junior congregation services are scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Family reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., with member of the Sisterhood acting as hostesses. Chairmen are Mrs. Mollie Newman and Mrs. Evelyn Borcn. MONTICELLO PARK JEWISH CENTER will hold regular Friday DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will usher in Rosh Hashona with servShofar and Huaaai lew on Monday evening at 6:30 i luled to follow. Mineha pm Rabin Arie Meeker will offl%  :.. with Maariv at 6:30 ciate. with Cantor Morris [) Mager services will be heldIrendering, the musical portions of ning at 7 a.m. until Rosh 'be liturgy Tuesday morning serv llowed by daily mornices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rev and a class in Mishna. Moses Synger will chant the first portion, with Cantor Mager officiating at Mussai Subject of Rabbi Becker's sermon ischeduled as: "Because I Believe Service, on the second day of Rosh Hashona will also begin at 8 am., with the discourse by the Rabbi scheduled DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 87 N. E. 5tn Street Phone S-M0I I AL MEIDENBERO, Owner mulical portions of the liturgy. ServiceTuesday and Wednesday mornings are at 9 a.m^ with evening services tor both days of Rosh Hashona scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Habbi Levitan will preach during the Holy Days. Also scheduled is a •ommentary on each of the prayers offered by worshippers. Rabbi Levitan will discuss their history and significance. the theme of a radio Rosh Hosl message to be broadcast over r station WMOS by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of the Zamora Je h Center, on Sunday. September 25, at 3 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE ~ LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BV THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO A I.I, TO VVIIo.M THRHR I'HKSKNTK SHAM, COME, (JRKETINOH w hei as. s, AARON M KANNRR, MIAMI, FLORIDA FRAXt'RH I. lilltl'i. MIAMI. ll.oliHiA STEPHEN U RX'BKIN MIAMI. II.'.KH.A (lid "ii th.Rth liny of Ortober, A D, 1951 cause in be Incorporated in tinprovisions of Chapter 80s, Kimiii.i Sialin. ... CORBJOIKT CORP. or[•oration, with tin principal place ..r business Hi Miami. Dade County, In the si.iir of Florida, iinil whiii-.ithe stockholders uf such corporation iliil '.n the iMh day • %  < Heptemher, A IV "'''. r-auae m inriled In the office 'if lhS.-r r.-lniv of Sla f Hi. State "' riorldi Consent of nil the stockholder* under the provision • •! -,u,i Chapter SOS, Florida Stal a, nhowlnn Hi,dissolution of nich i-i>riH.ni! on Now, Hii-i pfore, the > %  i • lary <-r Stale do< hereb) ccrtlfs to Ihe forefin-; and thai he i-.iii-n.-i thai the requirements . 19 i R A. GRAY. s. < retai \ i if I •I i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN .iliundersigned, iii-Hiring to ensrase I" business under the flctftious name <>r STONE'S ". A10c STORE, at S5S N v. iTih Street, Miami, Florida, Inter lefjlster said name with Ihe Clei of the Clrutlll Courl of Dad< "' %  • Florida. BENNIE sic IN KI.UV STONE Attorney for Bennle Htone 1010 Cona-resa HI.if., Miami, H. /U — 10/1 -8-15 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DD€ COUNTV. IN CHANCERV. No. I7t'98 LEWIS Bl'l HAN AN ORA N Plaint vs. l.l'i'll.l.K CATHERINE GRAY, I i. fl nil, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: l.l'i'll.l.l-: CATHERINE GRAY I'll Polh Street Topeka, Kansas You are hereby notified (hat II of Complalnl f..i Divorce has filed aawinal you f and >>" ure re ,-il to serve ,i copy of \,,.n \ns V I'leadlna to the mil of Comnlalni ..ri th^ plalntiiTs Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, I3IS W I1.IL.-I.-I St M l-'l.i anil fil,II r IK in.* I Answei Pleadln* In il"office of 'inClei the Circuit Courl on "i before L'"-tii daj O 1951 If oi to do so, Judcmenl bj defaull a taken against v.ij foi the rellei i tied ii i he Bill "f 'omplalnt. I This notice shall ipublished ea< h v\.-.-k for foui .-II-. ivtlve s in THE JEWISH l-'l.< illllil \.N i DONE AND onPEREH al M Florida, tin. itnd da) ol Septe A.I>. IS i K r. UEATHERMAN, 'lei K. *II ,-uit < 'ourt, Hade County, Florldn By W\t W. STUCK! in • Deputy I HENRY M CAIN %  ''• Wel K le-le st Mian i. Ii ;i :-i in |.8-15 cha i.it ii p ni. followed by a Burse on Jewish laws and cuscMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will two consecutive services on |d i) evei rig, September 27. ring in Ihe Hiuh Holy Daya.1**: "The Significance of the High! bi Jos. ph Narot will officiate utli services scheduled for 6:45 ami 9 .i ni Subject of his disIse is(-||.(Inled as: "A Heart [Wisdom Tuesday morning lire,,ri at 10 am., with the i preaching on the topic: "The for Life." Regular Saturday mna services, September 25. Holy Days. i ir Mitzvah. Friday eveservicc!< are at 8:15 p.m. Canlacob Bornstein will render the heal portions of the liturgy durI .. i-. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold regular Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate, with Cantor Albert Glantz rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs Jack II a.m., when Don. son of I Berke will be hosts at the Oneg ind Mrs Edward Leven, willlshabbat following Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Herson will lead the congregation in ushering in the Hiuh Holy Days on Monday evening, September 27. at 7:30 p.m. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: "Heading Into a TH EL CONGREGATION will ; New Year." Services Tuesday Fridaj evening services at 6' morning are scheduled to begin at Saturdav morning services are I Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirwill nfl lit,-, with Cantor pel Lutman rendering the mudwrtions of the liturgy. Rosh will be ushered in on I nini, at 6:30 p.m. Tues|mnrnins: services are at 8 a.m.. I!:ihhi Swirsky will discuss: Three Who Wept." On Wed[ay morning, the second day of Hashona. the Rabbi will 8:30 am, with the Rabbi diacusi ing: "Ideals to Fashion a New ,i World Sounding Of the Shofar ? will precede the Mussaf service, i C Mineha is at B:30 p.m., with Maariv ( r scheduled for 7:30 Rabbi Herson \\} will discuss: "From Bitter to Sweet." Wednesday morning services are at 8:30 am. Subject of the discourse is: "Call of the Shofar." Mussaf service, with Cantor Glantz officiating, will follow h on the topic: "Mending Our I Youth services at Tifereth Israel Evening service* on both I will be held on the second day of U 'H be at 6:30 p.m. Junior Rosh Hashona at 4 p.m.. with Minpmtion -ervices will be held cha and Maariv at 6 and 7 p.m. The Rabbi will speak on: Chance of a Lifetime." The NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENNiiva Hall. [EST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER utl1 ni Rosh Hashona on Pjy evening at 6 pm Rabbi ITER will hold High Holy Days ixman will officiate. I services starting Monday evening at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday morning services are at 8 a.m. Sounding of n on the topic: "And | the Shofar on the first day of Rosh Said Let There Be Light." | Hashona will be at 10 am Rabbi day of Rosh HashMayer Abramowitz will officiate and preach on the topic: "Faith Reborn Wednesday morning services, for the second day of Rosh Hashona. are at 8 a m.. with the Shofar again sounded at 10. The Rabbi will discuss. "A Glorious Heritage." Cantor Kdward Klein will render the musical portion of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. Special services for youth are scheduled in the officiate, morning services are at 8 *"


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%  i A •-li^viislb-IEIbioidlilgun UMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1954 SECTION B Ugots Picket White HouseRecord of Hate is Revealed JSHINGTON, D.C. — Four l c troublemakers, all under I r oi age. form the hard core Lost ol ilif membership of (he jrious Christian Anti-Jewish |y ;irc Jesse Benjamin Stoni,l Chattanooga, Tenn.; Edfjteed Fields. 21. of Atlanta, nd the Bowling brothers of |,, Richard. 22, and Robert, ler's irustration hs been jig out in venomous vituperafeainst the "Jew-owned" Chatfa Times. Balked in his try ubhc notice in Chattanooga, Upon the idea here of attract tiiiin.il attention by picketing jihite House. The foursome weeks ago journeyed to Infiton. D.C, in Stoner's car. Kg up two other unidentified Jthi/er-, en route. JAii-i t 16. and again on the ling day. the six pickets led in front of the White with their placards. Most of bedestrians crossed to the side of the street, but the did have some audience— Houe police. Secret Service f"BI agents, and D.C. police Consultation between repBtives of the President and gional ADL office resulted in fsion to deny the picketers ublicity they were seeking. lor one or two isolated inks, the picketing received no in any new-paper in the Stoner is the creator and % lcdged "ArchJeader" of the nan Anti-Jewish Party. He has Tcripplrd since childhood and Sempt from military service bis reason. He did not com1 high school. His "career" began in 194, at age 18, I he was appointed "Kleagle" Chattanooga Klan. InterI bj ., reporter in 1946, Stonhitted he thought Hitler was hoderate. and said he was ins a new party, the essence lich would be "to make beI Jew a crime, punishable by I" The Stoner Anti-Jewish %  emerged and in 1948 Stoner |l> ran for Congress, receivfl out ol 30.000 votes cast. summer of 1952, Stoner up m Atlanta, where he %  made contact with the remlof the Nazi like Columbians. }y after his arrival, the mails ^parim ihc country were rl ili application, blanks ling members for the ChrisViti-J. ish Party, the succes1 the Stoner Anti-Jewish '' H F ulds made contact r m December of 1952, loon be, me "chief secretary" (Christian Anti-Jewish Party. > fir-i came to ADL's attenl"> 1949 at age 17. when he [to enroll fellow students at College in Atlanta in an orWion (ailed "The Black • He revealed that this oration lu„l 40,000 members in [any .,,,,1 was under the leadof Otto Strasser. a former ,""" !,v 'ng in Nova Scotia. I October 1950, Fields distribinandhilU in Atlanta entitled pn<"mmuni.sts Behind Atlant?""" 1 s, 'gregation Suit" un%  "nprint of the Atlanta Annmum,t Society, Fields' own P" n He was also a prolific let[f'teriu ,h e anti-Semitic press pnout the country, and serva Iransmistioa belt in this ]'<"• a wide variety ol hate f ur '' When Stoner returned Mttanooga early in 1953, id ted his full time to the "8 act.vitiea of the Christian Mew.-h Party. Hd v,acharacterized by his Jtors at Mariat College, from graduated, at a sullen, cynical trouble-maker absolutely devoid of moral principles. He was reportedly exempted from military service on psychiatric grounds. His enlistment in the Naval Reserve in 1953 ended after only two weeks. when he tried to organize the base for the Christian Anti-Jewish Party. In October of 1953, Fields and another Atlanta youth. Robert Milner, 18, enrolled in the Palmer School of Chiropractics in Davenport, Iowa. Soon afterward, in Feb ruary 1954, Milncr and Fields confessed to having posted ant i Semitic stickers on store windows in the surrounding area, reading "This Place Owned By Jews" and also "Anti-Jew Week February 21-28." They were given suspended sentences, pending good behaviour. Milner had not previously come to notice as being connected with Fields or the Christian Anti-Jewish Party in Atlanta. The Bowling brothers are comparative newcomers to the Christian Anti-Jewish Party. Actually thoy did not participate in any public activities of the group until July of this year. Both are products of a broken home, their father hating left the family to its own resources some years ago. Richard Bowling completed t h e tenth grade. He was arrested in June 1950 for improper registration of a car he was driving and received a fine. In December 1950 he was arrested with his brother on a burglary charge and was given a twelvemonth probationary sentence because of his age. Robert Bowling; the younger brother, went through the twelfth grade. He was first arrested in February 1949 on a disorderly conduct charge, which was dismissed. He received a twelve-month probationary sentence along with his brother on the burglary charge in 1951. In October 1953. he was arrested for violating the Selective Service Law and turned over to the Federal authorities, where his case is still pending. An apparently abandoned caa, recently impounded by the police and traced to the Bow ling brothers, contained huge quantities of Christian Anti-Jewish Party literature. All four of these hoodlums share a fanatic hatred of the Jews. Tfiey tried unsuccessfully for several years to enroll a legion of likeminded bigots in their "party" by means of mail solicitations. Most of these mailings ended up in the region ADL offices throughout the country, or in the files of local and federal police authorities. Frustrated in this bid for national leadership of a Nazi-like horde, the foursome conceived the idea of attracting public attention by street picketing with viciously anti-Semitic placards. The four, and two as yet unidentified women, first picketed the Chattanooga Times on July 30 and 31. This newspaper was apparently singled out because it had consistently exposed the nefarious activities of J. B. Stoner and his "party" in newspaper articles. Despite the fact that the picketing took place during the busiest hours of the day, little attention was attracted and they received no notice in the j press. "Christian Anti-Jewish Party" House in Washington, D.C. members picket the White Nursing School Marks Anniversary Students and faculty of Mount Sinai Hospital School of Practical Nursing marked their third anniversary Friday night with a dinner and dance at the Algiers Hotel, according to Mildred A. Vogel, director of nurses. Mount Sinai s School, first of its kind accredited in the State of Florida, was established on September 17. 1951. Among guests of honor were Mix Orovitz. president of the board of trustees; Samuel Farber, assistant director-comptroller of the hospital, and Samuel Zibit. assistant to executive director Samuel Gertner. Representing the school faculty were Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director of education, and Instructors Wilhelmina Holt, Gloria Mayer. Mrs. Dorothy Hall, Mrs. Lois Stein and Captain Chan3ler Andrews, along with Mrs. Anna VonRinteln, residence supervisor, and Dr. Leo Levin, school physician. White is Named Convention Head ATLANTA,—David H. While, of Houston, has been named chairman of the ninth annual convention of the Southern Section, National Jewish Welfare Board, to be held at the Shamrock Hotel and Jewish Community Center in Houston, on November 6 to 8, according to Leon Kaplan, of Miami, president of the Southern Section. White, who is vice president of the Southern Section-JWB, past president of the Houston Jewish Community Center and editor and publisher of the Jewish Herald Voice, said, in accepting the appointment of convention chairman, that this was the first annual meeting of JWB which has been held in the Southwest and that the Houston convention committee was making "every effort to plan a thoroughly enjoyable and worthwhile program which Mill be of great value to all the Jewish communities throughout the South." Daniel Schlanger. of Houston, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Miami Beach, co-chairmen of the convention program committee, stated that the convention will concern itself with an analysis of current trends in Jewish Community life and will relate these to the programs which are being offered by Jewish Community Centers in the South. Yeshiva Plans Cantors' Institute Training Center NEW YORK—Establishment of a Cantorial Training Institute at Yeshiva University to prepare professional cantors for traditional synagogues in the United States and Canada was announced here this week by Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the University. The newest division of America's first university under Jewish auspices is to open this month offering programs leading to Cantorial I Diplomas and Associate Cantors ; Certificates. An outgrowth of the University's Cantorial Workshop, established in 1951, the Institute will serve both students of the various schools of Yeshiva University and the community-at-large Professor Karl Adler. head of the University's Music Department. | has been named director of the In| slitute and will teach musical and vocal subjects. Others on the faculty include Cantors Macy Nulman and Arnold Rothstein, for cantorial instruction; and Dr Michael Bernstein, assistant professor of Hebrew, and Dr. Sidney B Hoenig. professor of Jewish History', to teach liturgy There will be guest lecturers, on related subjects. The purpose of the Cantorial Training Institute is to teach the traditional prayer rendition and the various cantorial functions in good style. Dr. Adler explained. Chicaqoons Meet A Homecoming meeting will be held at the Royal Palm Hotel on Sunday, September 26, 6:30 p.m., by the Chicago Club of Greater Miami. Irving Schatzman is president. w o'„; n-riih tenders* shown in B'nai B'rith car which formed part of the Citizen^Z M Ci£ heln^Mfamron September 16. Shown (rear seat, left to right) are Rabbi ship Day Parade held !" H^lTah-Miami Springs Jewish Center; Miss Barbara Greene. Malcolm Sam ^^-^S1^ Donald Michelson. director? Bnai B'rith Hillel Founpresident. BBYO Young Ad ^"ijjj. Ur uon Regional Office. Anti-Deladation. University ^ M^a^G.ttrt LMj. J^ ^.^ ^ ^^ ^ motion JWioof B am B nth !" ^ P ^ re8iden Bnai B'ri.h Council of South Florida; Sidney Tj^^^SiS^SS^^fi^^ of Bnai B'rith Lodges; and Mike Sossin. vice president. Miami Beach Lodge Bnai Birth. TV Show to Depict Role of Jewish labor Sunday. September 26th, Columbia Broadcasting System, in cooperation with the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee, will present "Test Case." a dramatic story sponsored jointly by the Workmen's Circle and the Jewish Labor Committee and depicting the role of the immigrant Jewish worker in America during the last 75 years. The program will be shown locally on channel 4 at 9am.. and a large number of breakfast parties in various homes has been arranged by the over 500 members of the three Workmen's Circle Branches here, according to Joseph Duntov, local chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee and one of its national vice presidents. The Workmen's Circle is a Jewish fraternal society organized by immigrant workers in 1900 and has played a vital role in the social, economic, and cultural development of the Jewish community in America. Duntov explained. Its 71.000 members consist of second and third generation American Jews, as well as those of the founding groups. In addition to its insur• ance and mutual aid program, it promotes Jewish education in Yiddish, cultural* activities, and community betterment activities. The Jewish Labor Committee Is a grouping 0 f the Workmen's Circle and other organizations of Jewish membership or leadership in the trade union movement or other forms of labor organization. % 



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^f^i^n^ridian TAGE 2B Abbell Makes Large Gift to National Fund NEW YORK—Dr. Maxwell bell, way known attorney, accoun tant and Industrialist and Jewish communal leader with business Interests in Miami, has made a gift of $110,000 to the Jewish National Fund, according to an announcement made by Dr. Harris J. Levine, president of the Jewish National Fund. This is the largest single contribution ever received from an individual by the Jewish National Fund. The negotiations for the project that is to bear the name of Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Abbell. were conducted by Mendel N Fisher, executive director of the Jewish National Fund, who stated that a substantial part of the SI 10,000 was made available in cash and in the form of an irrevocable bequest in favor of the Jewish National Fund. AbMiami visits, was born 52 years ago ,„ Poland. He rec. ivad his earh schooling in Chelsea. Mass., where he came with his parents at the age of three. After attending Harvard University, from ** he was graduated magna cum laude, he took courses in accountancy ;il Northwestern University. Entering the tieWi of social srork, be held the post of assistant director ol the Jewish Charities <>f Chicago from 1925 to 1937. while he continued his studies at the University of Chicago and Loyola Inner sity. from which he was graduated with a degree of Doctor of Juris prudence. Turning from social work to busings, he organized the accounting firm of Maxwell Abbell and Com Students Leave For Academy Bphraim Ei.rn.berf, -"> "" of the World Zionist Movement. bell. Edelman. PortCS and Abbell. Under the terms of the agreeHe has since extended his business ment that was signed by Dr. Abbell lntcres t throughout the country j and has engaged in large-scale purand Mr. Fisher, the Jewish Nation al Fund undertakes to carry out a project in Jerusalem in the lorm chaseS buddings ,n Chi of a housing settlement Dr. Abbell, a colurlul (mure in the life of the Chicago Jewish com munitv in addition to his frequent Seattle and Columbus A deeply religious Jew with an intere-t in current Jewish problemDr. Abbell hadevoted much of his lime and money to .. • %  ol Jewish oi He u.ivice president ol the Zionist mzation "l hicago, member nf ill. B ivemors oi the \ tional Planning and Cam] %  he Jewi-h Theologii, the culJudaIn 1950. I:, u ted president of the United Syi i America, the central organization of ConserveHIS throughout the Scouts Register country, \„ r th Beach Elementary School lie is an active member of the „..,_ lm s( one 0 f a registration executive conimittee of the Jewi-h niechny Thursdav evening for new National Kund in Chicago. Recent-! mem hers of Cub Pack 313. accord ly. the Jewish Theological Seminary' f America conferred upon Dr. Abbell the honorary degree Doctor of Law. laser and Joseph is a graduate of the June. 1953 cla-During the past year. Uauer has been a -indent in the high school department of Yesbivs University at Brooklyn. NY Both made high scorein their entrance examinationlast June. ding to Kabbi A Samson. %  I the school. Patterned after the Hebrew Academ) W re. the Talmuriical Academ) ol Baltimore haa complete high school program in both Hebrew and English departments o scheduled to return to Yeshiva University's high school department are Ephraim Meschelolf, son of Rabbi and Mi Hoses Mes cheloff, 711 lenos ave anri Melvin Sachs, -mi ol Mr and Mr-. Barnctl Sachs, 12' SW 31st ct. Ephraim MeseheJofl is a Hebrew Academy graduate of the 1953 class, ar.'I Melvin a graduate ol the 1952 class. (complete and tbepindaUe oTitte M IAMI TITU t OhtmctCo, IS YEARS Or TTTbE SERVICE IK DADE COUHTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSl TiH. UMFMCI Pelkias al Kansas City Tilts tesa/ea** Ct. Capital, Saratos A Ktstrvts ficaed $3,000^00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE! ol Ma,well Abbell local Bikur Chofim Group Plans Convalescent Home First general meeting of the Bikur C'holim was held at Kne-eth Israel Congregation on Wednesda) afternoon. Compn-ed ol volunteer visitors, tourists, the organization provides aid. comfort and cheer to sick in the area Plans currently call for building a convalescent home here in winch stricken per-ons can recuperate after illnesses. David Lemelman. Miami attorney, was guest speaker al the meeting. Symphony Ticket Sales Open This Week Ing to an announcement this week by David Rothenberg, cubmaster. Emanu-El Sisterhood To Open Fall Season Sisterhood of Temple K.manu-F.l will open its activities for the season with a membership brunch at the Algiers Hotel on Monday, OcOfficial public sale of the Univer-itv


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MY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1954 ,OBAL SHORTS t Award Granted to delphia Soldier in Korea UDELPHIA (JTA)—A I'hilk,| Jewish soldier will re|j h < %  Soldier's Medal, the hesl peacetime award, Hng his life ,0 rescue a Kofrl from drowning in the %  Japan. The soldier is Corp. | \\ Mozenter, now stationed I, B075th Engineer's Fire L mpany in Pusan, Korea. l n piKm of the Philadelph1 irried in an Army Mariner Released [Long Imprisonment It KONG (JTA)—A Jewish |rt marine skipper stagfreedom this-week after |th~ ni imprisonment, much lilary confinement, in a i Communist dungeon. He is I 30. of Newark, N.J., li! bj the Chinese Reds with fcnencan comrades, while in international waters Jprtiiguese Macao, in a 42|chi owned by Richard Apme ot the trio. The third .1 news agency corresponded Dixon. Krasner once trying Jewish refuri ugh a British blockade to The three men were sufkrom near-starvation when tic released across the fronScientist Discovers Methods in Eye Surgery YORK (JTA)—A clue tothieving greater success in ir.'ii-plants on the blind [found in a new and improvt -tudying keratocytes, cells r.i the cornea, it was pd ..t the Seventeenth InterCongress of OphthalmolI)r Jose Sverdlick of Aire. one of Argentine's scientists, who is active in [affairs in his country. licans and Democrats |ias in Campaign BNGTON (JTA) — Chairman! W. Hall, of the Renal Committee, and nen A. Mitchell of %  National Commitjoined to pledge 1 nl ethics and morrthcoming NovemBmpatgn and at the i • U rated a fair play | .i ban on racial and prejudice from camlal pledges will be i" itie 1,047 candidates ng for Congrcssion It was stressed that final Int will be up to the voters rce ... niormity with the oi ethical practices h ""II and Mitchell. Shows Stateless Brer Not a Jew EVA WNS)—Nicholas Le|'h. n un without a country buffeted around prt to port for more than a not a Jew but a White I whi .,born in Shanghai. fcs disclose*] by a represent a [ nt Distribution Comwho said a thorough niade by the DC v ilcd that Levitzky. in entrance visa to % n Kepublic. is not a \ tsly reoorted. The instituted as a rethat had reached p-'' ••'ions. Sobeloff Forecasts Revision Of McCarran-Walter Laws WASHINGTON (JTA)-United States Solicitor General Simon & Sobelojf ejvrPCt with Israel at Luxembourg, the Chancellor said since Israel never considered itself at war with the ^Bonn Republic it would not have to terminate a state of war between itseli and Germany in order to resume diplomatic relations with West Germany. Pakistan, Indonesia Rebuked For Refusing Entry to Israelis GENEVA (JTA) —Pakistan and Indonesia received sharp rebuke this week from the World Federation of United Nations Organizations when the group passed over both of them in settling on the site of its next annual meeting because both countries refuse Israeli nationals the right of entry' The group, concluding its annual session, decided to hold the 1955 session in an Asian country. Both Pakistan and Indonesia were mentioned as likely choices, but the Israeli delegates. Daniel Auster of Jerusalem, rising on a point of order, explained that these countries violated UN principles by discriminating against Israelis. The delegates from 40 nations thereupon pilUfri over the two Moslem States and voted to meet in Bangkok, capital of Thailand. Dr. Pleasure Lectures On Prosthetic Dentisty Dr. M. A. Pleasure led a threeday postgraduate course in proshctic dentistry at the McAllister Hotel this week. Alpha Omega dental fraternity """Iwas sponsoring I'rganization for he course. Dr. Pk-asure is >ne of the leadng prosthodeniata in the counry. He is Chief •f Pni-i neties, Ironx V A Ilo>>ital; Associate 'linical I'rofes>or at the College > f Dental and Or. fleeter* Oral Surgery. Columbia University; member of A.DA.. New York State and First District Dental Societies: Fellow, New York Academy of Dentistry; member of the American Denture Society; and diplomate. American Board of ProsthodontiePAGE 3 B Postal Regulation Reviewed Postmaster Samuel R. Valliere issued an announcement this week which concerns the sending of undersized or irregular shaped pieces of mail. The minimum postage of three cents applies to all cards or envelopes whether sealed or unsealed when smaller than two-and-threequarter inches in width by four inches in length, or larger than nine inches by twelve inches, he explained. This three cent minimum rate also applies to pieces or packages of third-class matter when of such size or form as to prevent ready facing or tying in bundles and requiring individual handling throughout. This rate applies whether inclosure is handwritten or printed. \ r — t **. ONI MOTHER TELLS ANOTHER "... it's the REAL thing!" ^ Mothers T* S*l GeftWS W 7.-11 OLD FASHIONED -?• GEFILTE FISH f* KOSHER PAREVI AteC mad* without sugar—. just the natural sweetneit of the \ choicest frih water fish. fO VOU* HOLIDAY TABLE M READY TO iERVE-inl lb.,2 lb.,4 lb. jar UCUUI Mtlhtr'i Knhir PtrtVi Mrfrim Ml KMhtf **••* Purl (|| Mjytnmist. Prom the ipotlesi hlfchent of VU) J MOTHER'S FOOD PRODUCTS, INC.. N.wo.k 5. N. J. U.S. Sends Plane to Cairo to Bring Egyptian Chief of Staff WASHINGTON (JTA)—The Defence Department has made known that the Army dispatched a special airplane to Egypt to fetch the Egyptian Army Chief of Staff to Washington as an official guest of the United States. Gen. Mohammed Ibrihim. Chief of Staff, arrived with Maj. Gen. Mustapha Youssef, Director of Military Training, and a number of other Egyptian staff officers. The aircraft bringing the Egyptian group will take them to camps and bases throughout the country following a series of receptions in Washington. Official discussions will be held on the furnishing of training facilities and an arms grant to Egypt. UN Truce Chief Raps I for Holding Maneuvers Trl) NATIONS (WNS) — l ( "wral K. L. Bums, in his pn ;., the Security Council f N truce chief in PalestHticized Israel for holding T>' maneuvers in the proxim I'ne 1-rael-Jordan armistice P* truce chief reported that manemers, "especially with "munition," were apt to IPJ'"PJ on the other side of Teacher Says Eastern Colleges Restrict Admission of Jews NEW YORK (JTAT—The policy of some Eastern aolaajas ai giving "geographical preference' to the adini-sion of itudentJ from MidWe-t and South while restricting the number of students they accept from New York and Haaaaehtiattts on the grounds that they want a wider geographical base, is sometimes a cover for discrimination again-st Jewish students, the current issue of New Republic magazine charges. An article by Vincent S. Carruthers. one-time teacher at several Eastern colleges and former member of an admissions board of an Ivy League College, says that in the Ivy League schools the policy seems to be to restrict the admission of Jewish MUlfents. Temple Emanu-El PTA To Hear Rabbi Lehrman Parent-Teacher Association of Temple Emanu-El will open its fall schedule of events with a membership brunch on Friday, October 1, 10 a.m. at the social hall of the Temple, according to Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president. In addition to the enrollment of new members, the brunch will offer parents an opportunity to meet teachers and other stalf members of the Temple Emanu-El Religious School. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Temple, will address parents on the importance of the PTA in congregational life. Mrs. Cireene will outline the program of the organization for the year. Mrs. Raphael Yunes is chairman of the brunch. RAIL LAFETERIA Air Conditioned 2546 S.W. 8th Street Two Free Parking Lots OPEN EVERY DAY OUR SPECIALTY CHOICE RIBS of BEEF RARE or WEll DONE fvtry tvming "Food to Please All the Family" ANDY FRAZIER, Owner JWV Post Plans Dance Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174. Jewish War veterans of the United States, is planning its annual fall dance this month, according to Dr. Max Tendrich. post commander. Junior commander Larry White is chairman of the dance committee. Installation Ball Temple Israel Young Adults held their annual installation ball at the Robert Richter Hotel on Sunday evening, according to an announcement this week by Robert Kuperberg. president. REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your homo ro tho better and moro economical way DRYW00D TERMITES ERADICATED HYLON TINT METHOD Straight 5-Year Ouarantoo on Drywood or Subterranean Termitti TRULY NOlEN. MIAMI — S41 Blacayn* Blvd. 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH — 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 VENETIAN NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME (Formerly Doug lot Nwrsing Home) CONVALESCENTS — INVALIDS — CHRONIC — AGED REGISTERED NURSES — 24-HOUR NURSING CARE Specie* Diets Strictly 0*trvd 140S N.E. BAVSHORE PUCE (Between Venetian A Mc Arthur Cauewoy)| TELEPHONE 9-7640 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan K. 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I Burns Brings Fresh Approach to East By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Taiaojraphic Agancy I'MTED NATIONS — Perhapsnst important thing that General E. L M. Burns, the Canadian \N h is the new chief of staff of the Truce Supervision Organization. to Palestine U a fresh ap-, b to the problems of peace there. He quite frankly admitted. he met the United Nations -ponrients here, that he had had no previ nis experience in the Middle East, th..t he had been once, and then only stopped I Cairo on his way to India. oral Bjrnia soldier-ccholar with an interest in international s and a strong sense of re sponsibUity. He mu>t have known a difficult task he was under 2, for when he was a~ked why he :-ad agreed to thi"thankless job." he answered gravely that he had been asked if he would accept the appointment by the Canadian nment and felt thot it wain, uty to do so and to help to about conciliation between the 1-raehand the Ardb-.<• his predece ss or, General Vaga Bennike. General Burni< an t.-.gineer and was commi>-ioned e Royal Canadian engineer during the Fir-t World War Ar he ione of hicountry'ng mapperand geographerand was awarded the Order of the British Empire [or the work that he 'id in de-. eloping the aerial ..Officer in Charge ol Ih on "1 thp General Staff in Ottawa lor s lune between the m was ptesident of the Canadian [nstltub M Surveys in 13361937 During the Second World war. General Burncommanded the First i .. possible ihat he n • '• tiers then i %  %  Br was th< • lian Corps Lai over to the Western I where it joined wi dian unitin the I for the fit ter the war General Burnw „. back • %  % %  n '' r "' "' %  '•' • habitation in the Departn i VeteranAffairs Some foul I, wu ; ; inted the Deputy Minister "f the Departmenl he left thip"-t to become head i of the truce -upeni-n>n organiiai tion in Palestine. The general haalways been in terested in the United Nations and was a member of the Upited Na tions Association in Canada Its beginning He wapresidi the Ottawa branch of th.a -oca (ion for a couple of yearand but year was its national president He was a member oi the I anadian delegation to the United Nations ; during the Fourth Gent My, the one in 1941 he served mainly on in. Fourth (Trusteeship Comrn lte< Kan) English ( who are born and brought n Moi Committee Warns Against Left Wing 'Invasion' ( .\ n extreme left-wing orfanto,ion km**. -The.vmm.ttee .for ihe 300th Anniversary of^ Jewtsn | Settlement in the I S V has been formed in New York, it was ; re-, ported by the American Jew.-h ententan Committee, this Col Ham Henshel, chairman of the natiom the anno |ne„l He said that the left committee maj attempt to distort lhe pun i rercentenarj erald Srhwarti ,ch public relations and member ol the city planning %  .,. i member ol the national ttee was announced bj Henshel SchwarU uid thai an article ia Freiheil %  • ommunist-line newspaper in New York, reported that the new left wing fcToup plans to launch itown observance at Car-i negie Hall on October 6 Attemptin establish district committeein order to stimulate local celebra tions alao will be made. Frcthett -tated All South Florida ciuc and re ligious leaders aaked to -erve on any 300th anniversary committee should first clear with the Greater I Miami Jewish Federation, Schwartz -.,:,! Rabbi Joseph B Narot ol Temple Israel, is the chairman ol the |i i ommittee Miami Conralwacunt Homt LEO ALLN, Director J35 6.W. I2t Avtnuo p h ,ni 3-S4S7 •* B-OBTB oaa'al>i*n| m Cor. M l"o eiaorty •"• C".eiM,Till. HMlr N u r.ln 0 0>ry ic so-cut Diw Mrlsily Oboorvo* p,n end Sem.-Privito "Mmi. ra^AY^TEMBPP Tq HIGH H01I0AYS N OH SJ^ DOWNTOWN $U > N.W. H *VBJ A waH-fcna*,, Co..* ^T '*• vieti itsavt rout sat, M*rfcrtcly trim BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATK CORNER 40th ST. %  nfl PRAIRIE AVE. MIAMI | dignified HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES ROSH HASHONA Tuesday morning, Seat. 21 Wednesday morning, Seat. M YOM KiPPUR Thursday morning, ^ j CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER Cordially Invites TOK To Attend High Holy Day Services At Our Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAL GABLES Conducted by RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP and CANTOR IRVING R08INS0N Assisted by THE CORAl GABIES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR Air Conditioned for Your Comfort For Information Please Call 48-8073 .,General Burnu..never learn t" speak I rench, although Montreal Li i predominant!) French city However thi did and -•<'" 1 1 albeit with a • English accent \\h. n in %  B irns was told • • the l-r. Mixed Armistice Commissioi i -lure to the appointment "f %  ne head oi the true supervision or| tion, had wii'I nslate clean ol all charges, he said thai he wai deIt this Uid re irj '.• r the future "When I in out there lie added, in the quiet manner he ha•if speaking, I hope lo keep the -late clean PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW PHONE 5M25J Air M NEIP TOUR CHILD TO GIT THE RIGHT START IN HEBREW BMU1 ff h one of the most important tnimmt yaw con %  • for roar dag ENROLL TOUR CHILD IN TNE MTRI HI Aft HEBREW SCHOOL Mt]| R ej.is trot ion Daily S to S p.m.; Sandny 7:30 to 10 a.m. OR. IRWIN MAKOVSKY, Chairman, Board of fdocotioi r'W^WWWWW^*" SEAT RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR THE HIGH NOtr sffl] Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center NEWMAN-S3 SIM 50 N.W. 51st PIACE, MIAMI Call Eveninas: ADEIMAN-B3 1420 COVERMANFELDMAN-MO 7-04*0 listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMBM, 12 to 2 p.m. This proqram is the first and hat th largest listening audienct TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE II UISII CEOTKH 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. Loon Hurwitz Cantor Rudolph Brill "* %  > FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 48-7132 i i — i ojGUST BROS ftvi ii ti>. ni.tt' Kneseth Israel Congregation 1415 EUCII0 AVENUf, MIAMI BEACH ANNOUNCIS THAT THERE ARE STIll SOMl SEATS AVAILABLE fflll HIGH HOLY DAYS m OUR Completely Air Conditioned Synagogue CALL FOt TOUR TICKETS NOW Oar New Spiritwml Leader Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan sVifl Condwcf the Stnift and Preach fhe Sermoos Our Omm Cantor Abraham Seif Will Chant fhe lilaryy REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR OUR TALMUD TOU and SUNOAT SCHOOL Unttr fhe Personal Swa*rvilioii of Our Kabki For Information on Tickets ar Registration Call Our Offkl, Si a_-^ — The Synagogue with NO High Holiday Public Money Appeals Torah Temple Miami Beach l 1"! I.Mil ( \SSE1 M.\ I ".HI MAJOR Wi POLLACK MS 1 D ANNOUNCES IOUISCAI TESHALS' i • ro's EIIMIA CERNER A CAKIBI To* MI Ri*i" f-TFUl. OICNIFIID, MEANINCFUL HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES LECTURES —4 SERMONS IN EN" HEBREW ENGLISH LITURGT Three Seating Sections: • Men Only • Women Only • Family Seating GUEST SPEAKER RaOi) IIIBI|| > | > J ABRAHAM M. CASSEl ttsarvaflMS an • "First Cane* FtVll Sored Bosrt BJ AH Smsts On* Price h Be0u fo, S P ciw Meetly AiUowdHiami Hikiscas Audit*". .i.v 4T ?0,h 0n4 Ahon f0flrf %  %  *•<* SE.VAT,ONS 0A.LT: M ,^ m ^ NM|| ff ^ „,„ Af ^ NO SOLICITATION Of fUHOS DURING THE HIGH HOU DAYS 11 mauim m OUR REINHOUS txaooi NOW I



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ilpAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1954 + limn*rietin*i PAGE 5 B I Claude Pepper te be Guest At Zionist District Affair Coral Gables Zionist District met Thursday evening at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, according to an announcement by Daniel Cravitt, president. Seymour B. Liebman, member *V -iffr"* culive committee of Kneseth Israel Congregation photographed this week at a meeting (seated, left to right) Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Saul Meringoff. president, Abraham Finelie, !;:sl vice president. Standing are Wolf Sirot, treasurer, Louis Dublin, second vice Bident. Sam Wiener, financial secretary, Cantor Abraham Seif and Isidore Ruppert. third president. Irtin Hurwitz iTake Office cted in preside over the 20 ; chapter of the B'nai Youth Organization in Great%  ami Martin Richard Hurwitz Lk. office at the next council Inc. it was announced this by Sidney Efronscn, chairnl (he B'nai B'rith Youth Comrwltz, who is a senior at MiHigh School and was former dent ni VZA No. 322. has been rr of the junior order of Hutli tor three years, newly elected president was rmecl ;it Beth David Synajn>l was a former officer of Jnited Synagogue Youth orHe WM recently chosen i of the week by a paper. I elected are Joan [it. vice president; Judy Ofn Milling secretary; Joan pan corresponding secretary; Heier, treasurer; Lester tr. -meant at arms: and Joan I. counsellor. u Ranch School srs Many Facilities |mi Ranch School, five miles versify of Miami on di at S\V 108th ave.. is a ting with a program 'd national acclaim; ling • Col, J. R. Williams, Irccti r up to help older boys and who would otherwise miss y nity of getting a rapid h high school course short lime. Miami Ranch among its student ranging from excep|1> i. lented to retarded pus has 260 acres. The Id includes football. ill basket ball, volley ball, track and a swimming pool. Is also fishing, hiking, ridnating and shooting. Jackson Athletes To be Interviewed Miami Jackson football coach Roy French and team members Jerry Reams, end, Bill Marina, fullback. Phil Heaton, quarterback, and Bill Howard, tackle, will be interviewed by Merle Roberts on "Sports Hi-Spots," Monday, September 27. over station WINZ. The Jackson band will supply the musical portion of the program. Florida Power & Light Co sponsors the quarter-hour Monday night show, which takes listeners behind the scenes at Dade County high schools' sports events, to hear interesting comments from outstanding young athletes. \ nouncement this week by Waren Soned, director. Soned. formerly with the University of Miami Department of Art, is a well known mural painter and teacher of painting, drawing, crafts and commercial art. Compare tttUtttt Art Groups Formed Adult and junior groups on the beginning and advanced levels are being formed now by "Artists Anonymous," according to an anDIET AT IA rooB STOBM WITH EASI with SUSAHINE— not • clori in a cr. lo.dl Id., lor Htch.a • nd lib • ill*. Fouroi. bottlt i-it'-t m o r • thin 700 CBI of colUtl %  ICOMMINDIO IT DOCTORS Sugary bbl loaeoh E. Backonky j MS Michigan AMDUI Miami Beach Phoae 5-3511 LONG-DISTANCE OVERS DAILY PICK-UPS Yrk. Ntw Jersey, PhiUloltimort, Washinatea. ••stea. Providence eft Mints. DIAL 5-7147 |*ETURN LOAO RATES UEBERMAN & SONS J COLLIMS AVI. BOTHERED WITH CHINCH BUGS? t/jt CHINCH GAS • Do It Yourself • Easy te Apply • Seccess Guaranteed Available at the Manufocterer CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES 243 $.W. 17th AVI. 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Chairman is Max Fried'son. i The Israelite Center 3198 S.W. 24th TERRACE anneonces That while we extend our very best wishes fa our Members and friends for a Happy New Year, we deeply regret te have had te turn away so many people whom wo could not accommodate with seats for the Nigh Holy Days. We hope that next year, with the additional facilities that we plan to have, we shall be able to accommodate hundreds of additional worshippers. SfRVfCfS WILL B£ CONDUCTED BY MORTON MALAVSKY SAMUEL SALK0W Rabbi Cantor Ticket Committee: JACOB SCHIFF, JACOB BROWN CHAR1IS FIDEIMAN, President Nappy New Year to Ml Our friends and Customers Star Pastry Shop 1677 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH _,.. 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FAGE 6 B + kwistJhrMtoiL FRIDAY. SEPTOjBm. Youthful Iraveler Views Israel By DAVID LEHRMAN EDITOR S N TE David Lehrson of Rabbi and Mr> Irwng man. nsi ami Beach -hman j ected • Week m TJ!•in b>' •he address %  •' % %  body on U n. David hjs jut returned ad.) •• ... •. that 1 I he rat'., to bi %  I as a ] %  > fur a sumi i tud> in group were people not seem DM e thai which p. had been •ok a • • • i I during th-.-< %  %  • made us i brilit IS i th "l Haifa • ful Mount Carmel Thi> in thjt II ct marrii and famil "' %  %  h has its • unlike r am quarter* and pn %  own gh the wort ley?, stately mountains ovi '• Uion it teem disappointed with the small number of American >.>ung who haw come to braal '" %  the need wonderful as ,I js, it ithe p il [n ; .. .• theii and devotion, their single-mil %  ,i loyaltj and. above all, the rriendl) -mil nd warm per rywhere \ •• .,••• r bom i" i "" r mal life in to '"-' "' the time. he'P ,n '"' remind • position by the countless number of unl. which till th. On the dailj incidents our Mnbarked in Haifi i arrival m Israel, we were mel bj an armed guard and whisked to our destination ai quickly i nj im io\ • Although the Israeli armed t"fce ,. strong t •' | H has many miliurj problems Th. Iran 1 ,• %  > Britbuilt, while One of the imp. stall has to pay for every trip was %  I kibbutz, pi^,,. Min ., n ,| tui | U ( lr ,, m its Mmlivmg and working with itmem„, .. \, ,(,,.. rate, II II time before the Arab? will have accumulated an abundant ?uppl> of arms. And then Ah.l Nrael cannot afford to lose this arms race, even though in rocem she la severely taxing her treasury for funds she despera teb n...ls for building a new country yes the situation is pressing and difficult, but I came away with l feeling of confidence and hope. Europe is the paM it, i^ i decadent cit..-. ,i !" **ji and pride thern^ive,,^] les and whiMM-men,*,* its new buildings. nfw L **l new citizens and abtw.?*H derfu. and po sni ^*| future lam confide,,,,,,,,^ overcome .11 h( r ••{ difficulties and heeomTll source of !,„„, for ^ J Loj<6-|*jfc 9*1 fciWl MANISCHEWI gefilte fish! E| W all the tasalar j TRADITIONAL ^1^ FOR THI HOLIDAYS ) •• %  • •* % %  MM** MAHISCHLW ITZ the greatest name in kosh • iul beachi • Althoucl number of large cil ill. Tel with itmodern buildir. streets rankwith anj ity; while Haifa has a beauty all it own—itu il 1on the shores of th Mediterranean and extending al' the way up on to beautiful Mount Carmel. Jerusalem, however .-the queen I jewel in its own right, the capital citj thHebrew University and mo*t imprtanl >-ras particularly entranced by eeial sectibi in Jerusalem which make>.>u feel u•• you have been tran-ported to Eur' pe I th a fere by the children with their "pa) -lockings, their long I I black •h bats round and fur trimmed. Prom Dan to Beersbeba, the Btorj is the same New land is bebeing laid to bring water to tin barren N electricity is being installed • where, factories a**.being erected ..Is are being completed '/ VMNT MY MILK" and be sure it's • FLORIDA DAIRIES HOmOGlHIItD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Doer* Protected TEt~ 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Vnit Oar Farm at In* f lira U. end Sn apM r Creek -n-ndoufarm with pc.. r n, peanuts, It ia tradikibbutz. and it will be time before I forget the joy of that Sabbath i'"'" 1 the -inging of uniros, the spirited dancing H was m Nil came in close contact with tl ;-raeli and learned to under and become a part of his h..peand dreamAwe worked by -ide in the fields we talked. We I its probh its future Mainly Sugarine Reduces Calorie Intake When n will do well to i r that it ivery, equals Three dropwill ol cofdart with into any • hot ..r cold. ..u~e ol its convenience .'-nd t h i md lemonsolved %  m th.bottom ol • I A -v.it many annecesaary calories -neak into the diet when sugar is used on fre-h berries, I sliced fruits or on the morning I Add a few dropof Sugarine to a small quantity of the fruit juice and sprinkle this mixture over the fruit and allow to stsaad for a ihort time so that the sweetness will penetrate the fruit you do thifor the -ame reason that you sprinkle fruit with sugar in advance The flavor ienhanced Whin u-ing Sugarinc to IWI Cereal -imply add a few dropto the milk or cream before pouring il ovef the cereal. When using Sugarine in recipes. bear in mind that it can easily be substituted for sugar when sugar iu* eeetni onlj However, in i Okies and candy, which depend on sugar for texture snd form, or in jamand jellies where U hai %  pn function siiyar cannot tie eliminated ith abandon This word of caution sbotri using Sugarine in the preparation of foods which need sugar for texture and body is meant to warn against indiscriminate substitutions Do not expect in whip up a nocalorie tudge As even-one knows, such candy is principally sugar and liquid cooked up to the proper syrup consistency. Use sugar for such delights and lop off calories by using Sugarine when its use is simple and logical—ST. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS. etc. Strictly Koher Kitchen I Joarpa a R Call Saul Herman. 48-OSH Dl LIDO HOTEL SSSm /Nivi(v*4> i Coffee Shop ejr^yc^ H Good Food Miami Beach CATERING DIVISION fO* ALL Slit •ajrrics ROSEDALE RESTAURANT • KOSHER STYLE COOKIMC I • PRIVATE DINING M • AIR CONDITIONED • PREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Strtet PHONE 979H WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDI Friday tfiru Monday (September 24-27) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY" SUNDAY MOS 7 00 roday rus 7:J0 7:45 8.00 :' • -• I ...HK s. haol 8:30 .'• r. %  9:00 • :15 9:30 To Dr Al I :46 SlKtl "II ri..Tent Pat., M • %  % % %  I' If.II* u % %  sm Ed M. Oonr "hi %  • W I,..' %  10 00 I 10 i 10:30 Stl k It I 10:45 I Patrol Oausr <'ire-j I 'I. %  11:00 Mrnu Mflc 11:18 11:30 |i v '' I "l.lUt 12 00 I \r Uol News I?i5 IMV ,.r Uf a ||-J "•.'. IT Talaat 1:..,.. h Bl Tup | Thin U Thi l • A FT %  R N O O N '.on o villa l: I •. 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hAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 195-i ^JmUtntrkiiar) PAGE 7 B LEGAL NOTICI t^E UNDER FICTITIOUS r ICE NAME LAW L. r is Hl'KEBY 01\ EN that I -., lilt lo engage Ill H,. fictitious name -.r 1 \'i:. ..t nti N ft I i,, Intenda to register Id, Hi. Cl.i k "t the <"li I ii.ui.County. Florida Boll' OW Her %  i.<"'' I LKI: ItuSK HIID. .<, UARS %  St U-. t I" l-K-15 ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN thai ,,., MI. -I. deelring. I" engage in .,.,,1,.; Hi.Netltloua niiniv i.r %  v' siDK KOSHER MBAT8, at „llnit venue, Miami Beach, intend I" register said name B !'• k of Hi,' t'lrcult Court luntv, Florida, .in.II s KOTICK HKItMAN RACKEAB ttSTAS : ,1 .IKotlek II. Rai gear ii I.K-1S Dl i, ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Is HEREBY GIVEN that t .1 desiring to engage In I,. mi.1.1 tinfictitious name of | l: i nil i. A i:. at H)7 N.w. nth %  Miami Pla., Intend to register L,i„, with tl'v Clerk of the Clr.,.111 ,,i iiade County. Florida. %  11,1 r • K MYKRH JD'l.MA KATHBRINI! MYKRH I.Kl: A BARS ... foi Applicants gv.i I I.i_-1 %  i Street K-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN T Mn C WJ V JUOOE-S R |oURT 1-. /!ei 0 FOR DADE COUNTY JOSEPH KAY, Decea i I" All Credltora and AM Person tag i uuma ..I Demandi Againat s.,,.i Y.iii. and each of you, arc hereby ":'" 1 %  •"" l required t —m .,,,., 11 in.in. N which vou or .-.Hi. i of you, ,,,.,, have against the ''"• 01 '• %  %  % %  oiiniy, Florida, to i it. II. HI hltANK DOWUNII, i •.nun • "' Dade County, and rile the same in in. office in ,i„. county i oferthouse In Dade County, PI la within eight calendai month H from the data of the first publication hereof Mid clalma or demandi to contain the legal addiess ,,f u,.. clalmanl and to be -..iii to ami presented aa aforeima win i„. i,.,11. .i. Date September zo, A.I) r., i I "ANN IK KAY. An Adiiiinlslr.ui ix Ol the KM. it...[ lOSKIII K \Y. I i., ....... | OEOROECHERTKOF Atii.rno for Administratrix 9/24 — 111 1-v r, LEGAL NOTICE ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW hci: IS HEREBY GIVKN that I ..i i.-irlng tn engage In uii.l.r Ihv fictitious num.. of fell NOVELTIES, at 943-914 |th Ave Miami, Intendu to regKI.I none with the Clark Of the J %  : i i.i,i.. County. Fl.ii Ida Eilli II \K1, DEL PIANO, own.r B.i:i; ,\ GARB [r\s f..r Applicant I COUNTY JUDGES' COURT kADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 26484-B ESTATE OK ICKI. IIKITXER. 1 >• %  < St OF INTENTION TO MAKE IMPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE %  Wen thai I have .. 11 .HI. i petition f..i Admlntalrator .f VMI'EL HE1TNER, deon Hi.lal da) of l A ill appli to tha |. Vi KKANK BLANTONi I.. i ..i.i. i fount). i in' \ ol said final report Ke as Admin of SAMI'KL HEITluii ,i ,,f Beptembar, IM4, BERNARD MAKDKR (. \ WIIKI M Kit v.l'inniMialor [NOTICE TO CREDITORS HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT UND FOR DADE COUNTY. |IDA IN PROBATE. No. 3385.A l i i: i IF /.w BIO, Deceased i an.I All I'd eon* Hav%  ima .i li.-nianils Against Said |, an,l ...'li of you, are hereby I and required to present any anda w'hlch you, or have against the ol IRA ROSENZWEIG. deceaaIt f'nok County, Illinois, to I County JiidgeM of Ihide f %  file ill.same in their ofTin Hi. I'nunt) Courthouae In in da, within eight Bur months from the date of the | II hereof. Said cbtlmi I 11,.in the legal ad"f il>.. i.., ni anil to !„ %  Mworn 1 .if.ii ,"-HMI, or mime 17, A.D. i-'.t. I r• ,\ \ KPHTE1N I AilniinlMlrator • Hi. Estate of ll:\ I 'SKNZWEIU, deceased. | M \\ .. KAPLAM 1 n illi r y T A. %  c.ober 1 January 1 April 1-July 1 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI BEACH u StACH ACCT T01 0.000 coijST nRo.s RyJ l< '> % %  llf S I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to Man in business und.-i Hi. fictltleua name "f iiu.MKsi Kirrtii i.\.\. a ;„„, s w 40th Street, Intend to register -aid name with the Clerk of ih.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JOSEPH HII.F.Y EVELYN Itll.KY HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applii-ant Mil W. Hagler St., Miami, Kta. 9/24 — 10/1 -s I', M T^PV Ce T0 CREDITORS M !e, COUNTY J UDGE8' COURT Jri^^^? FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33827.B In It. KST \ l I; ,,|.' •i, : n l : xxl >%  "" u;,,| 'l' I'.-—I io All i redltora and All Persons Havilma ... Oemandi ACalnsl Bald V/" 1 < % %  <> of von. arc h.-i.l.v npt'fied and re i i., preai nl any caiins ,,„,i damanda whs ii you, or ellhii' of you, m.n hav. gjraln I 11„ estateof BENJAMIN SIIAK. n-i'. de%  ..i-,,i late of Itade County, Florida, to tna Honorable Count) Judcea ol : "" '',""">• '"" | tn.. ni, tn. n ..in.. ^ in tha County Courthouse "V %  ">' %  nty, Florida, withm eight Jflsndar n tha from the date -t the fln ", i'"' tloji ii.f. said i lalma or ,i. in.in.is to contain the local ...iaraaa ,.f tha clalmanl ami to be iworn I., and |.r,-, n..,| ,,, ,„ .,„,,. will be bai Uat< September 13, A.I>. || ,i I'INA KHAROPP As Bxecutrlg ,.f the Last will and T. -lam. in of BENJAMIN BHAROVT MYERS, HE1MAN • KAPLAN Attorneys for Estate 17-14 in |.| LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 172570 ANNE MAE HKBARDO. Plaintiff. vs. JOSEPH V. REllAItlX), Def.-ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yi)l\ J08EPH V RBBARDO, North Avenue, West Iterlln. New Jers, hereby reipili..! to ~.,\.., 0ODV of your Answer to a Mill of Complain) for Divorce on Plaintiff*! Attorney, Robert J, Lewlaon, 704 Blacayne BulMlnar, Miami. Florida, and file tha original with the clerk of the aiim.. atylad Court, on or befor tober IS, ItSi oi %  Default win be ,.ni.re,I against \.iu. I ted al Miami, l-l.ii Ida, this IS day of Sepl |M4 E. It l.EATHKMM i.\, Clark, in. ni Court JOAN COl'RNOYER, Deputy i'lei k 'I7-?I — II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslne.-s under the fictitious name of ABC UPHOLSTERERS, al Dade County. Ha., Int. nils to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da.le County, Florida A B C REK1NIHHERH a l I'iloi.sricitKlts. INC. _„. A Florida Corporation GEVET *; %  OBNBT Attornaya for Appliuint l Ji ISEPH HAEIi, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditorand All Persona Having claims or Demandi Agalnat Said Estate. You. and COi h of you In i. In notified and required to present any • l.iiniand item, IHIvslu.h i nu, or .if you, ma) hat** asalnat tha ••state of JOSEPH BAER, deceased late ..f Dade County. Florida, i" tha Honorable County Judges ..i Dada Count)', and tile the same in their offn .s III tin Count) Courthouae in PHI. County, Florida, within eight oalendai months from the date ol the fn al publication hereof Said %  la lm or demanils t main the legal nddraaa of th.claimant and t" ba .-worn to ami presented a "aid, ." aaine will be barred. Bee Baction 7:13.1* ol the inc. Probate Act. Dute September th, A D. l5. HAIUd.D Z1NN. „.,„ As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPH BAER, Deceased. BCHWARZ A ZINV All..rln v • %  t'.. Exei i !i 17-.-4 -^ 10/1-S %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 172401 MICHAEL Gl'ARINO, Plaintiff TIIKKKSV I;I tRINO, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THERESA GCARINO 44 Hryanl St. Newark, Sea Ja aey v,.„ alherebj i thai a BIB of c.mi.ia.ii. for Dl ;;•" filed against >..„. and you a. e .*I dr..,1 t,, .. i \. a opi of S."" ^ni pteaSl! B'll of ••; %  '">•':;':"•'" the plaintiffAttorney, '' V x: vv VINE, AH > ati.... %  ;•" 12th A,, n.ie. Miami. Plo Ida. •"" I ,,„. original Anawer or '; %  "' f .. .' ,,,.. offlcs of the Clerk of the MM Court ,.,, ... before too 11 th :. IW4 If ><>u fa io do BO. .gainst you for the ,.-i,. demaBdad 11,11 of Complallil This notice slw.ll be pui.l -h. .1 m. each % %  Vv in THE JEWISH r*IA)RIDIAN. '"DONE tND ORDERED Miami. ,1..,„la. thll I da) ol S.pt.ml.er. A.D. '*" E B. I.EATHERMAN. ,l,, k 1'ir.iiit Court. Dade County. "'"I''" ... Iiv WM W. ETOCKINO. (Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk •/I0-17-M — 10/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 172097 .MAIKiARET VALIANT ROGERS. Plaintiff vs. JAMES I.YuX ROGERS, JR. 1 ef..|idant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JAMES LYON ROGERS, JR.. i "i i'.in-.,it..n A, tnue Ruxton, Baltlm Maryland Yill' ARE HEREIIY NoTIKIEIi tii.it a Bill of i'omplainl for lllvon e has been filed gajainsl you, ami you > I>\ I • | L| 1 .| I ..I,. \ ni your answer or otherwise plead to il of Complaint for Divorce on tn.. attorni i for the Plaintiff, AARI >N M. KANNER. 189 Bnorelaad Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original of -in h answer or pleading in the office or Hii 'lark "i tha < "In uit Couri in and for Dade County, Florida i' Miami. Florida, on or before the ti h da) of i. 'toier. i:> i If you fail to do BO judgment by default will li.taken against you for th.i.ii.i demanded in the Bill of i 'omplainl for I dvoi ct Dated al Miami. I lorida, this L'Tth day of Auffuat. IS4 i: B. LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk of the Circuit Court I 'a.I,* bounty, Plot Ida B) WM w STOCKING: Deputy ci.-i k AARON' M KANNER, Ksty. Attorney foi the Plaintiff 2V shoreland Bldg.. Miami, Florida S/3-10-17-1'4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in buaineaa under the fictitious name of CADILLAC COSMETICS AND PERFl MES, ,n UtM S.W. tilth Avenue, Intend tn register said name with the ci.ik of HoCircuit Court ot Dadi County, Florida. HARRY KLEIN N. GEORGE Z1EGAKR MORTON M in:ic:i:i. Aitiuney f..r Appllcanta 19 W. Hauler St. 9/3-10-17 :t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint the illlitel'sllllled. desiring t.. tflBnJ'B In business undei the rictitioua nan f WAI.TIIAI.I. S 8CNDRY. at I8S4 N u -,iii Avenue, intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. IS'MAl: FRED PICK Sol.owner R GARS s for Applicant Mauler St. %  u KESSI.K Attorney I7s; w :i, 1-10-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buaineaa under the fictitious name of I.. C. HUGHES and L. C, HCGHES SERVICE STATION, at ZSOS SW 27th Ave., intend to register said name with the Cleik of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida, TIlo.MAS .1. WATSON HAFP1E HUGHES, Sole Owners MERMAN MRKTA.N Alt y f.u Applicants \\ Flagler St. 9/3-10-I7-:'! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EVER READY WATER HEATER MEG. CO., at S0 N.W. 14th St., Miami. Florida. Intend to register tha said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. NATHAN STRAI'SS GRACE STRAI'SS 9 3-10-17-34 I NOTICE UNDER-FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE STUDIO CRAFT SHOP, at 3109 Grand Ale Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS AMOROSO III. Owner MARLOW, SINNAMON A MAItl.oW Attorneys for Appli.ant -i,i Langford Bldg. 9/S-10-17-I4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to eiigane In business under the fr.tiiioiis name "f STANLEIGH'S. at :'IU I'once de l.,,.n Blvd., 'oral inioles. Fhi intends to regtatei paid name nrltb the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of Dada County, rtorlda. STANLEIGH'S COVE, INC. \ Florida CorporaJionJ 9/3-10-17 .'I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CURCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172202 SEYMOUR FRIEND, Plaintiff, ESTELLE FRIEND, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE I', i ESTEIJ.E FRIEND loo ocean Parkway Hrooki>n. Ni' York, New \nrk You are herein notified that a Hill of Complaint for I" filed again*' > %  "' %  ""' ^" ll a "' r, i"' 1 eil to scive a OP) .if your Ans". t 01 i niin. to the Bill "f ''"".'i' 1 ;"'',' '.'' the plaintiff's Attorney, STANLEY IOEL LEV1NE ''" : Lincoln Road, Mlami Beach, Florida, and file the original Misw.r or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the ch, uit Court pn i„ fore the tin da) "f October, lM it vou fall to 'i" -"• t'i'it"" n( b) fault will ba taken against ; i i-e; the relief demanded In the Hill M I %  "<''"•his notice Miall be published onca each week for four consecutiw In THE JEWISH FIAIBIDIAN DONE v.NP ORDERED al Miami. Florida, lbl Hal da) of August, A.D. 1,M r B I.EATHEIt.MAN. Clerk, Circuit Curt. I...oe County. Florida IU It H. RICE, lit ,,„,ull Court Seal>„ n J!gWgLi ''' k STANLEY JOEL I.EMNh. ESy. Attorney for I'lainitfr i.oln Road, Miami Beach, Ha. /J.10-17-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgnad. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious na ..t COUNTY BAJt. at 7371 W. Flagler St Dade County, intends to register -aid name with the Clark of the Circuit Com t of Dad.County. Florida STANLEY METZ KES8LER & GARS Attoi ne) H for Applicant 11'.' \\. Flagler St. : %  10-17-24 — m 1 LEOAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.und e r s igned, desiring to eiiu bualness under the fictitious na II A It INVESTMENT, al S16 N VV. (th s'lieei, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the < Court of Dade County, Florida ELI ROSOVVSKY MORRIS B. HORVYI1 Z MORTON M BEIOEL At torn. \ 'm AppHcantfl 19 W. Hagler St. I/I-J0-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tht undersigned, desiring to engage in -i under the fictitious nai JOYETTE AI'TS. al 3II" W. [ si Intend to register, -aid nami the i I.i k ..f the Cn. nil Curt ol 11 Ida County, Florida, JOSEPH & YETTA WIN1K Sole < iwners KESSLER ACARS Attorney a for Appllcanta 17VL.' W Hagler St. 9,3-10-17-^4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n buaineaa under the t %  tame <,t LORD DANIEL SPORTSWEAR, at :IL'7 We-i Flagler street. Miami, Fla intend tn register -aid name with the clerk ,.f the circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida, NATHAN ZWITMAN ALVIN H LEVENSON HAROLD BTRDMPF Attorna) for Applicants .17 Seybold liuiiding I 310-17-1'4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.i engage "> Inisiness under the fictitious nan t HALLMARK LABORATORIES, at 7773 Tatum Watenraj Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register -aid name .with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEATRICE B MARTEL Sole owner 'i in-l 7-24 — 10/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in bualness under the fictitious name of FLORIDA .MOTORS, at 1437. N W :ith Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register an Id name with the Cl.rk Of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. FLORIDA AUTO SALES, INC. •J. 10-17-24 — I" 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring,to engage in business under the fictitious name of STVRTIES OF MIAMI, al 919 N.W. 62nd Street. Intend t.i register said name with the Clerk ol the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES TERMIN iO* ESTHER KA88AB 7.11'i ROBERT .1 LEWISON Attorne) for Snortlea of Miami. 9,10-17-24 — 1" I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File &1SS0 Notice is herebi given thai NATHANIEL W SIEGED and JULES I'EARLMAN nn undivided one ball Interest each, holders as assign "f City of Miami Tax Sale Cert 11 ate Numbered Jts7. dated the -mi da %  •( June, A.D. 197.'-'. has filed Bald Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue tlle:,..'i • ii accord a nce with law. said c. tlficate embraces the following dearlbttd property, situated in Dade Count>, Florida, to-wit: Lot IX, Block 46, .Silver Bluff K.-taies Section c. Plat Book 1", Cage ".. In the City of .\: ami, County ot Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said propi under th,. Certificate loaned a %  in the name of Unknown. Unless agld Certificate shall he redeemed IIIK 10 law, tax deed will issue the i .n the nth day of October, A.D IM4. Dated this 1st day of Bepti A.D. 197,4. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clei k ,.f ('n < uit • 'oiirt. I lulli 'mini v, t lorida B) N C. STERRE' icireiiit Court Seal I 1 MfAlt) I :• 3-10-17-24 — U/l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thHt thi undersigned, desiring to engag business under the fictitious name of HALLMARK LABORATORIES^al |00 W< i Avenue, Miami Beach, Flo intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of D 'mint \, Florida UK MARRY OER8HON MAR S.ile I >\\ lie:' '.' :1-|II-I7-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tha undersigned, desiring to angagi bualness under the tlctitloua nan CORAL CITY CAMS, at SIS NE 171st St., No Miami, intends to registg said name with the clerk of the Circuit court of I lade Count) Flo 'DAVID HAROLD DAVIS, Owner MAI. EN'GLANPER Attorney for Applicant I I7-1'I in l-S %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ,.f A B C REFIN'ISHERS. at Dade County, FM., intends to register said nanot with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dalle County. Florida. ABC REEINISIIERS sc UPHOLSTERERS. INC A Florida Corporal a.n GENET & GENET Attorneya for Applicant I^II Lincoln Boad 9 I7.'4 — 10/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to mt i business under the fictitious name of Al. AND ABE SCRAP IRON AND METAL, a Florida rorporatlon, at Ml .ih street, Miami Beach, Florida. Intends t., regietej said name with the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of Dade County*, Florida. AL AND ABE, INC By AMK N GOODM \N. I'I. r VNI.KY JOEL I.KVINK \tt,.rlie\ f. II Al An.I Ahe, Inc. 9 3-10-17-24 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJenisii fkriidHcir solicits your legal notices. 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PAGE 8 B Music Memory Contest Slated AT' con rjf .r.d j high noaBCCd this eek by MrClaude vice president of !he I %  -f Miami $raaftMer Club. MrA JodsOD Hill, c %  al! elementary ar hat the c pen or. Friday afterOctober 8 and Saturday morning. October 9. and ra fr.ur consecutive Fndavand Saturdays ending October 29 and 30. ient from elementary' and junior high grade* in public %  lial and private sen., eligible to enter The Friday aflcrnoea aerie* will be held from 4 30 to 5 30pm at Booker T Washington Junior-Senior High School. 1200 N'.v 8th i ft St h u!d enter on the opening date Friday. October 8. and attend for the succeedthree Friday afternoon sessions Prizes (or the beM muic I ory -'ud^ntwill be awarded on the last Friday. October 29 Nameof the commentator and panel of judges will be announced lat'-r MrRen-haw -aid ThSaturday morning -ericwill open October 9 and run from 10 to 11 am for four successive Saturday-, ending October 30 Studentshould enter at the fir-t session at the Mayfair Theatre. 1605 Biscayne blvd Mia Marion Burdine. music critic, will comment on the Saturday morning series. Judgewill include Miss Billie O'Day. radio commentator and musician: Mr-. DonReno and Edward Ireland, mu-.ic critic-; Mi-Burdine: and MrHill. Full de tailand an announcement of prizes will be made at the opening -.---ion October 9 MrLeland Hyzer, president of the Miami Music Club, is Misting MrHill in the a--emb!y of prizefor the winning contestants Convention Delegates Revealed Here Henn B V S.mci H.tel. Miami Beach, i i the Southea-t Branch, w.ll head the de'.e. biennial conveattoa Of the National WomenLeague of •he Batted %  >* f America t he held November 14 through 18 at the Hotel Cleveland. I land, O. where an attendar. '..000 delegatefrom all parts Inited States and Canada is anticipated • Open my heart unto Thy Torah." a prayer from the tradi tional Jewish dsil> service, is 'he theme tar the convention The League which represents over 600 rboods. haa membership of mure than 160.000 women Al-o de-ignr.ted as detega' the Southeast Branch are th. M. dames Jo.-eph Horonts. cultural vice president. We-t Miami Ji Center Sisterhood: Mai Rubin. president. West Miami Jewish Center Sisterhood. Harold H Bi president. Beth Da', id Sisterl Abe Fine, pre-ident. and Nati met. vice president. Sisterhood Temple Sinai, Jewish Center of Hollywood: and Harry Levitt, pre-ident. Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood. >jeiit£k£i£i*2£L Danboum Named To Board of Brandeis Group WALTHAM MASS B r Miami, pr > ;• .m. inc. beverage dbrtrtbu•orha* been named a member oi the national board of the Brandeis Lmversitj Associates, It ws nounced here i>> Milton Kiln, of n national chairman of the, nation lanCorporation and i director ol lAt h committee and the Community Chest, Danbaum a a member of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewlsl ration and of the citiiens committee of the Universttj ol Miami.. Brandeis University AssoeuUi is a nationwide men s urganizasiSSLi^jgJ Letters To The Edit* Editor, The Jewi-h Floridian: not nader Leon Honig be Ufo ha, |, with the local Rabbinical Av Nictation lor condemning overnight l|..use"f Worship which spring up during our holiday season These spiritual leaders must make a living in fhur calling on an all-yearround basis They are not to be wholly blamed for the humanity in them seeing in these fleeting synagogues loss of revenue. The Old Testament discloses innumerable instances of our priests' ordaining in the name of God security for them-elves. These feather bedding gentry often ran headon Into our Prophets who told them „if but suffered for their hrashness. Dr. Hurwitz Returns To Resume Teaching Dr Joseph J Hurwitz. instructor of Hebrew at the Universit) ol Miami, has returned from New York to resume his teaching duties. During the summer, he pur.-ued post-doctoral research at Columbia University in early JudaeoChn-tian relationship! At the U of M Dr. Hurwitz will teach a course entitled "Religions of the World In addition, he is scheduled to teach a course in Hebrew under Uni v er si t y Fvening Division auspiceat the Bureau of Jewish Edu cation Dr Hurwitz -erved ainstructor of Hebrew literature at Bo-ton College and inow alas a member of the faculty at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The Rabbicarry u_. stream of time Jem £ but they are not the ,k..,^| eraof^hat.j^Hfi faithful I-ra., ^.^1 thsn they Ye shall bT*' kingdom of pru About "excessive" synagogues on the t Days. Honig should kt h?i conscience and his enliikV derstandinu guide him. I better sanction can be in Micah 68. "He baft] thee. 0 man. what is (M what doth Jehovah nsjfS but to do justly, and to s ness. and to walk repente thy god?" Lewis Moitaj' Registration Increased At Temple Emanu-El Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. this week revealed "that an overwhelming increase is evident in the enrollment of students in the Tempi. Religious School, now that registration is nearing completion." Over 150 new studenthave been enrolled, necessitating the engagement of an additional teacher in the daily Religious School New -taff member is Paul Kwit ney. son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Kwitney Perach, well known educator-. "The tremendous growth in the student body is apparent in the confirmation class, which will conlist of over 50. boys and girls." Rabbi Lehrman said. This will be the largest confirmation class in the history of the Temple. Saul Rabin, educational direc tor. iavailable for consultation w:'h parents. Classes Resumed Men's athletic classes resumed at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. 1536 Bay rd.. on Sunday AIn the past, the program consists of weightlifting. paddleball. basket ball, football, softball and a variety' of other activities. lion serving six-year-old Brandeis University in the role of "foster alumni." National hoard members will serve for a term of one year and will be consulted in the formulation of policy for the associates on a national ba-is Chapters of the a ss o ci ates' have been organized in communities across the country. in the fail. BrandeiUniversity will number an undergraduate -tu dent body of 900 young men and women drawn from states throughout the nation. Some 100 students will be enrolled in the year old Graduate School of Arts and Sciences under the chairmanship of Dr Max Lerner Dromedary Dates Sweeten New Year The wish for a sweet New Year is as old as the holiday celebration itself. And from earliest times, as ilv natural in a region where dates were the native sweetmeat, the choicest of these dates were an intimate part of the Rosh Hashona tradition. These are the dates Dromedary brings today, to enjoy as part of| the traditional High Holiday observance. Tender, meaty and luscious, they are the world's choicest dates—the fruit with a 5.000-year pedigree—sun ripened to a rich, deep golden color, then picked at the peak of maturity and pasteur ized to protect their purity and delicate flavor Today, more than ever, as the holidays draw near, Dromedary are in demand in Jewish homes to symbolize the hope for a truly sweet year, as well as to provide a uniquely wholesome, energyrich sweet treat for the entire family. Processed and packed by the makers of famous Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes, which have proved such a boon to Jewish housewives in their holiday baking and throughout the year. Dromedary Dates are available at all neighborhood grocers, supermarkets and chains—ST. Essen Moves Offices Ben Essen. Miami attorney, this week announced the removal of his offices lor the general practice of law to 1014 Seybold building. MirWf-Rcrte for Srwhtj Available at Concent Mrs. Marie Volpe, busistaj ager for the I'niversity oil Symphony orchestra, j this week that a special rate is available to ja senior high school studenUi teachers for the I'M via*] phony series of nine The new plan lor applies only to the Sundtyi concerts at the Miami Bead] torium in the higher tions D through AA. Reservations must be the season's nine coocatj before October 30. Tk available at the university J phony office only Paressi wish to accompany their i will pay the regular senaj Mrs. Laura Goldstein, i of the project for the I'ssj of Miami Symphony Club. I notices of the special rate | music teacher, in all paste,! chial and private srboib. Goldstein urged imme**r| vatfons. The winter series open I Miami Beach Auditorium day evening. October 31. Bitter, conductor, on the] Outstanding guest artists i pear at each of the nine! throughout the winter. Mr. Howard Doolin, of music for the Dade C lie School System, %  with Mrs Volpe and Mn| stein in this program. STATION WWPB 14S0 on Your Dial proudly presents I YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR j ; -*• < The Dean of Itwhh Commentators 4 4 Morris Nasatir \ | Eery Sunday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. t.'sfen To Our finest Artist \ SIMON WOLF Noted Yiddish Actor ond Playwright i 4 Demand Israel Kosher THE nonins MOST EXCmne FHVOH You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy ($M£l beauties. Enjoy the matchless flavor ofjvestern corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. Beef~all Beef, choice" Beef! *l jkt&y& ".fcVwish Forum On The Air" Every S.ndoy-10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIt (1140 on dial) With Various features Produced and Directed by SIMON SEIDtN 503 S.W. !7fft 4o. Hi. 12 5480 V? ,\. <. ': ^W • ''' '-" FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI &f BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. 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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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water Miami Ushers in Rosh Hashona
See Page 2
iwiisltUEIbipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^JUZZS Number 39
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
?iers Town Hit
)0 Jews are
fomeless in
\arthquake
S IT.A Host ol the 700
i orleai ville, Algeria, were
homcli by the earthquake
destroyed a yreat portion of
tity md 'killed over 1.600 peo-
ihi city and nearby area.
Joi-h Vgency office here re-
rd tin week II *U previous-
ly, rti thai ten Jew- wen
>n i" have been killed in the
pniakc.
ji ,\. Ifare Committee
.1 an emergency
I the catastro-
Rabbis Jacob Kaplan
\i Scl sent message! "i
olenci mpathy to the
a ol ill : emor
Rabbis Of France
bers "( a national
hall ol the victims
|hi Oi insville earthquake.
(h President Rene Coty is
t I the group.
pnuer Mendes France replied
i .i message oi 13 m-
from Israel Premier Moshe
ftt dis| i the occasion
h<' disasti r :a-t week. M.
les-Frai --age thanked
Mael Government and people
pelr sympathy at a time when
Algerian earthquake "has made
; i rofoundly."
contribution of 1.000.000
t* fur immi diate release to the
victims ol the Orleansville
|quake was announced by the
Distribution Committee here.
Imunry is lor the relief of per-
[of all creeds in the Algerian
are.. The JDC office in
CO has also been authorized
vide food, clothing, blankets
it supplies from its ware-
M in ( asablanca.
the absence of specific de
|asto the extent of the destruc-
iof life md property among
MM of iirleansville, who are
nated responsibility, we
I Ihese emergency mea-
'."JDi' officials reported.
Israel Calls on U.S. to Restore Middle East
^ecurity; Secretary Dulles Mum on Attitude
1950 Tripartite Declaration Seen
At Stake by Informed Observers
Professor Salo Baron, of Columbia University, revealed this
week that the largest library ever assembled of source mate-
rial on American Jewish history will be made available for
study and display by the American Jewish Historical Society,
of which he is president, to schools, libraries and museums
during the Tercentenary celebration through May, 1955. Look-
ing on are Louis M. Rabinowitz, vice president of the society.
and Professor Moshe Davis, chairman of the society's Tercen-
tenary committee.
WASHINGTON (jfA) Inform-
ed Washington quarters familiar
with Israel thinking and the back-
ground of current Israel-American
discussions made known this week
the view that Israel is currently
concerned as to whether the Unit-
ed States will continue to accept
.ind adhere to the concept ol a bal-
ance of power in the Near East as
enunciated in the Tripartite Dec
laration of 1950. guaranteeing the
present Arab Israel borders.
Israel is characterized as anxious
for the United States to bring its
Near Eastern policy toward the
Jewish State into conformity with
its policy toward Arab League
states by repairing the balance of
power and removing factors Israel
considers unilateral and discrimi-
natory.
An atmosphere of good will ex-
hibited toward Israel recently by-
Secretary of State Dulles, accord-
ing to these sources, has not yet
been translated into anything tan-
gible, in connection with Israel's
concern over the arming of the
Arabs. Hope is held that favor-
able developments may be forth-
coming. The scene is said to be a
given the impression thai its p ';-
del toward Israel are accept a
in that arms may be granted to
Egypt even though no Egyptian as-
surances are extended to Israel, i
is pointed out that Eg] pT CO
show it- peaceful intentions, in
wake of the Sue/ Canal ttleme
by lifting its anti Israel block
ol the Sue/ waterway.
As B result of the American |
cy of granting arms, the Aru s
have become more intransigent
while Israel become is : re restli
Those familiar with Israel thi
ins, say Israel is concerned l
the U.S. dismiss Arab thi
against Israel u "men 1} int.
for Arab home consumption." A
recent statement by the Egyptian
Prime Minister is cited in which
laid claim to two-thirds of bra
territory. It is felt that this Eg ;:-
dan claim against Israel i ..used
tie or no concern on the part :
the State Department.
Israel Ambassador Abba E! i
met Secretary of State John F -
ter Dulles this week and conve;
to him the Israel Governmer. .
dark one for Israel with, however. views on refjional sccul.jtv '_ ,
a light visible on the horizon.
Egypt, it is thought, has been'
'Good Reason to Look Out Anxiously,' Says BBC
Attack on Israel Feared in London;
Lloyd to Meet With Arab Diplomats
Shapir, Queen of the
Wl Israel Wine Festival.
e in the United States
1 nationwide good will
10 :"lp stimulate con
""iieiest in Israel.
LONDON (JTA) The possibil-, atmosphere by respecting and exe-. man noted, has been accompanied
ity that Israel may be attacked by cuting resolutions of the United | by threats of renewed warfare
Egypt following the agreed upon
withdrawal of British armed forces
fnm the Sue? Canal rone was indi-
cated here Tuesday in a broadcast
by the British Broadcasting Cor-
poration in which it was empha-
sized that "Israel has good reason
to look out anxiously over her bor-
ders."
The broadcast, which reflects
public opinion in England, came
simultaneously with an announce-
gion." The Arabs charged that Is-
rael's protest against Western
Power arming of the Arab states
was designed to "leave some
60.000.000 people poor and insuf-
| ficiently armed in one of the most
areas." They
demands that
include peace
diplomatic representatives oi tne jjjj -^ J#wUl S(ate before |hey
eight Arab countries toronvey to ^.^ ^ ts ,,, the West
them the view of the British Gov j ^ an a| t ,o feave (he Wes,
ernment on their demands **>- .-blackmail" the Arab states.
gard to Israel. These demands i-
were advanced last Friday when
Nations" in respect to Palestine. against Israel, economic boycott
The Arab document demanded and blockade and continuous "in-
that immigration to Israel be put cursion. pillage and murders" by
under control because otherwise Arabs from the bordering states.
an "unnatural growth of popula-j With this in the background, he
tion will create an explosive situa-, said. Israel demands that the Arab
tion dangerous to the whole re- states not be armed and that if
they are armed, Israel be given
similar weapons with which to
maintain the balance of power in
the Middle East.
The occasion for the meeting v
the Ambassador's return from c
sultationa with his government in
Israel.
Mr. Eban made known that I
talk covered only hall the grou ad
that was expected to be cover
The Ambassador, because of Sec
tary Dulles' extremely crowc I
schedule and pending departu
fUSl had time Jo present Israel 9
views and hear the Secretar -
preliminary reactions. They agre^!
to continue the discussion.
The vital series of talks a
described by Mr. Eban as still in
an "intermediate stage." He i
dined to discuss specific topics tad
would say only that various aspects
of the broad problems in the area
were generally examined. Inform-
ed quarters believe that he bTOUg I
up Israel's views on the arming I
Iraq. Egypt and possibly otl
Arab League states among otl" r
matter-.
Nasser Demands Return of Negev;
Says Area 'Splits' Bloc Nations
spokesman for the Israel Em-
the
that
in
immedT 'the Middle East was the aftermath
I of a war launched by the
were aovanceu last mi .,.*.. -- -.
thev visited the Foreign Office in bassy here, commen ,ng on th
a body and presented an aide me- Arab demarche pointed out h
moire in which they asked the the present 'unhappy situa ion
JERUSALEM (JTA) United
Nations observers in the Jerusalem
area took independent action this
week to preserve peace in the de- chief. wh dispensed with the f
by officers from either side. The->>
measures were instituted by II
Gen. E. L. M. Burns, new UN tr
militarized zone of this city and
the Lalrun area.
Without seeking permission
Arab I from either side, UN observers
moire in
Western powers to take
ate steps" against Israel. ^a,^ against"Israel in'an attempt; took up positions along the OH
The aide memoire charged inai i ^ annu| Israel had aggressive designs on Jewjsn S|ate jic stressed that j troops on both sides of the demar-
thc Arab states and appears to be ^.^ ^ ^ Israe, hfcS on jn. I cation line At tno same tjmc_ tno
attempting to provoke a major; erab|e o^.,,,.,,, expressed its | observers maintained continuous
clash allegedly to further terntor- conclude a just : contact with UN truce headquar
ial aims. It also expressed warn-,
jing" against the false clamor of '
' Israel for peace." asserting th.'t it
t rn-l were sincere it would have
1 attempted to'create a "propitious This refusal, the Israel -pokes
pi ace
however!
it.
the Arab states who.
have refused to discuss
ters here
In the Latrun area, observers in
white painted jeeps began mobili
patrols They are net accompanied
mer practice of sending observer;
across border areas only when its
companied by Israeli and Jot
officers.
Gen. Burns met Mai. Gin. Mosh>
Dayan. Israel Army Chief of St_:;.
in ., conference reportedly devote I
to this new move by the UN. Gen.
Dayan is believed to have object " to it. asserting that it was dange:-
ou- because Israel border patr -
could not always be sure whether
such parties were UN observer^
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High Holy Day Services Monday
Eve
portions -i the Hturgj M
choir under
TO OUR VALUED FRIENDS AND CUSTO*
WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY
TO WISH ALL OF YOU
bath nui'
tion of Ro>h Hashona inaiMuratesUring the S^jb;
a ten-dav period-*1 tpir.to.1 self-lb? Mr and Vr- aJHmoWIII I
analysis and praver which Is cli- honor ol their son i inering m
maxed bv Yom Kippur. the Day of Rosh Hashona will be Mi ndaj
Atonement, beginning at nightfall. mng services ..t 8 p m itn Kaooi
Wednesday. October 6. Louis L Kaplan and Cantor Mau
The ritual for the High Holy rice Mamches officiating Educa
Days is highlighted by the sounds tlon;,i director of the Board ol Kdu
of "the Shofar. the ancient instru- ca,lon in Baltimore, Rabbi Kaplan
ment which now calls for combat' has chosen as his major Iheme lor
against wrongdoing and shortcom- discussion during the High Hoij
ings Days a number ol problems facing
* the Jewish community in America
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN- The Beth David Choir will be un
TER will hold regular Friday eve- der the direction ol Miriam Don
ning services at 8:15 p.m.. with nerstag Tuesdaj and Wednesdaj
Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating morning services are at 8.3U a m .
and preaching on the topic: "Holi- with an usher's committee, under
day Spirit/' Cantor Maurice Neu the chairmanship of Charles Spin
will render the musical portions of yarn, making seating arrange'
the llturgj Lucille Moore will mvni- Beth David will hold -in-
direct the choir. Saturday morning dent services on Tuesday and Wed
services are at 9 a.m. The Rabbi nesday from 11 am to 1 pi" un
will discuss the Weekly Portion der the direction of Jerome 1! Gor
Monday evening services, ushering don. educational direct' r, < n d
in Rosh Hashona 5715 are sched- Louis Gadon. ol the faculty Offi-
uled for 8:15 p.m Rabbi Okolica ciating will be members ol the
will pnach the sermon on the Beth David United Synafl
topic: "New Year Thoughts Tues- youth Organization Participating
da) harles Kamen, junior Rabbi;
ices are al 8 a.m., with ever,:: ker and Irwin Siegel, can-
sen. tors; Kenneth Sher. reading the
8:15 n n- Vlbetl Abramowitz, sound
Rabbi will discus 0 the Shofai and Myron Abram-
bility W pic
i- V New Api
'
den:- .
5 i
Vision ior tin
congregation >
hold services
both days at 10:30 am.. f^
, Saul Rabin, director of educa
tion Fred Lane will
Continutd on P*" 8 A
,t .iv junior
\
irman ol the ushers com
mil!'
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
hold regt
. g

soil of Mi
-
in., set vices are at
daily sen ices sch
am. and 6:15 pra Floral offerings
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
I- ridaj evening pr< ceding
Days ..I 6 p n S I
services
i Irving Lehrman will
and discuss the Weel
R -h Hashona will be u-h-
m by the congregation on
> evening al 6:48 p m
scheduled Tuesda)
lj at 8:15 am Can!
Philip Brummer will render the
Albert Comanor, executive
dicetor of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, was this
week named chairman of the
Family and Child Care Divi-
sion of the Dade County Wel-
fare Planning Council Form-
er vice chairman of the divi-
sion, Comanor succeeds
Clyde Taylor.
A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW
| The Bible Says ...
It 9s A Great Mita
to serve the finest foods on High Holidays!
To Make This Possible, Shop
and Place Your Orders
at the
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Services in the true spirit
Ot the Jewish tradition ...and
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or the bereaved.
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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 i
Ship to all parts of the State of Florida
TELEPHONE 82-5001
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER |
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
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Dade County
KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD
Representing the Kosher Meat and Poultry Industry
Extend Greetings to the Jewish Community
With Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
FOR THE COWEXIEME OF THE Prill 14. THE KOSHER BUTCHERS
OF THE AREA WILE KEEP THEIR SHOPS OPE\ ALE DAY SI \OAY.
SEPTEMBER 267 a.
All Our Markets Are Under Rabbinical Supervision
.Idler's Kosher Moat
& Poultry
1421 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5 0343
.Idler's II. kosher Market
1832 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 2-2279
Ureter's Food Market
1430 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-3118
i oiiiiiiunity Kosher Meals
& Poultry
4S3 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5 7691
< oral Way Kosher
Meat Market
1741 CORAl WAY, MIAMI
Phone 83 1383
(roun Market
1127. 15th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5 651 1
Hade Kosher Market
153 N.W. Sth STREET, MIAMI
Phone 3-1430
Drcxcl Kosher Meal Market
1447 DREXEl AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-2929 *
I Hi!:iiaii's Kosher Meats
691 N.E. 125th STREET, NORTH MIAMI
Phone 84-4176
'taster's Kosher Meat Mkt.
SUUIVAN COUNTY CUT RATE
618 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone S-614S
Harry's Kosher Meat Mkt.
243 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7868
Norman's Kosher Meats
1053 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone S-9S0S
Hoffman's Kosher Meat
Prod nets
41S ESPANOIA WAV, MIAMI BEACH
Phono 5-3992
Jack's Tropleal Kosher
Food Market
1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5 1267
Sol kahlcii berg's Kosher
Meat & Poultry
106 6th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-4577
Kaplan's Kosher Meat Mkt.
621 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-4148
Katz's Kosher Meat <&
Poultry Market
1896 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 82-8869
Lanof's Meat A Poultry Mkt.
1112 NORMANDY BRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone UN 86-5223
Miami Kosher Market
2011 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 3-2297
Mo;'ii Dovid Kosher Meat
Products
1987 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 34218
.\oriiiaiidv Kosher
1171 71st STREET, NORMANDY ISLE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone UN 6-6551
Oeeaaside Kosher Meals
74S1 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-2955
.Sam's Pennway kosher
Meal Market
1447 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7060
Oualii> Kosher Meat
ft Poultry
1961 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phono 82 5001
Royal Kosher Markets
5971 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone MO 74733
Royal Kosher Markets
* 523 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phono 5-1396
Royal Kosher Markets
9*454 HARDING AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phono UN 6-9072
Rubindale Kosher Meat
<& Poultry Market
2117 CORAl WAY, MIAMJ
Phone 48-4766
S A M Meat Market
810 S.W. 22nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phono 83 7748
Sam's Kosher Market
322 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 9-6266
Sol's \orih Shore Kosher
Meal & Poii I lev
7446 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone UN 6-6226
Sunshine Kosher Market
436 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-5583
Trachtcnbcrg's kosher
31 eat Market
1323 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-2910
I niled kosher Meat
& Poult rv
1553 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 3-2270
Victory Kosher Meat Mkt.
929 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-1801
Washington Avenue Meal
& Poultry Market
1051 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phono 5-6821
Weiner's Kosher Market
700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phono 5-2895
White Rose Meat &
Poultry Market
17 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phono 58 9787
Whitman's Market
1730 79th STREET CAUSEWAY, MIAMI BEACH
Phono 78-0153
Zlon Food Tenter
1429 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phono 5-3418



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Prtu Allocution. ,_____________________-
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
UN Assembly Meets
The United Nations General Assembly open-
ed its ninth session on Wednesday. Confronted
with a 67-point agenda of business, observers
feel that the Israel-Arab issue will almost cer-
tainly find its way onto the floor for discussion
once again.
There can be little doubt that the seven-na-
tion Arab bloc will find as many occasions as
it can muster to attack the Jewish Slate with
invective before the world peace organization
It is also fairly certain that Israel will, cs in
the past, insist upon identifying itself with facts
with the concrete progress it has made dur-
ing its brief history and with its hopes lor the
future.
We feel that the rise and fall in Israels for-
tune at the UN is an unhealthy condition fo: the
state itself, as well as for prospects o: peace in
the Near East. We also feel that this unsavory
sort of fluctuation must be placed at the feet
of the United States, Greet Britain and Fl
the three signatory powers to a Tripartite I
laration which, conclude::
guarantees the borde ael.
In this regard, the B:g Three ha far
failed to insist upon Arab accej
sovereignty of the State oi Israel. S:
the seven-nation bloc continues tc
nition of the Jewish State there
hope for anything but recc'.
structionist tactics on th;
every time the UN discusses N
lems.
Whether the American new
policy for the trouble spot :s cc
our government must recognize th
with the Arab r.::
ish State as c free and indepc
two spearate matters. Th<
gently be sacrificed i
The Arabs
sovereignty of !s.
that an alliance
terms but won as a res..- i:
rest.
^^WrfCA^RwAi^^i^W*^ V.
During The Week .. .a i Sefs
By LIO MINDLIN
,^-w\-^-
>-w
4.i
refJecd
THE VALUE OF EDUCATION
CoL >JlSSr S|M>;iks
Col. Nasser toi
ernment this wee
up the Negev. In c ;
he indicated that the Jewish State
expect to retain possession ol I
during the War of Liberation bee .
Negev cuts directly into Arab territory.
What Col. Nasser forgot to say was Ih !
Arabs lost the Neqev when they refused to
abide by the UN partition plan of 1947 and
that, in the face of a collected world decision,
they entered into a state of aggressive war to
destroy a new Jewish State established b j
ternational assent.
He also forgot to remark that the desert area
had lain fallow for thousends of years and only
became desirable in Arab eyes when Jewish
labor and industrious devotion began to make
of it a flourishing land.
This is the man to whom a great New York
newspaper last Sunday allocuted a major por-
tion of its magazine section, characterizing him
as a devoted leader who unwillinqly cssumes
the reigns of government and whose spiritual
values are unquestioned.
Placed in the light of the impending British
exodus from the Suez Canal Zone, however.
Col. Nasser's statement assumes different pro
portions from those set down by the New York
paper. Here, Col. Nasser emerges as the iron-
fisted leader of Egypt, little different from his
fellow Arabs and personally ambitious in the
extreme.
A ItVliuious I iliH-.iiion
7: Day period
recall the signih-,
.pact on our |
I
The [uainted with that tra-
a Jew;
on. alone, is the
.g.
throughout the Greater Mi-
:. session. We believe it
e for every parent to reckon with
he r.eei tor registi sir children in one of,
thes zed schc
1 demand for religious educa
imfest For one
of Israel gth-
tual source of Judaism which for
ived by the
led.
Pc..... that fulfillment secure
ief, thus
daily livi
jious and lay leaders
u" natioi nl :. :... r< m,nd us
for a more compelling soil of spin-
ahon durina this ago of unrest
. I for
I his fi
Offering our youth pportunity for en-
lothemoi evat-
I seek to advance thus
: unshakable
" "Wnkind -el these are
the essential motives wh.ch must strengthen
parents ,n th, ,ion to qive tnei, J J
a Jew,sh education now that Rehq.ous spools
have opened their doors once again a. the
start of the fall season.
So Place lor l.iis
INDECISION IN THE ANXIBTYRlQjDEN pen
rompanied by the illusory determination of a number of *
personalities conceive of several Olten-conflicting mein **;
the dilemmas which beset them." Our State I>ipi,rtmen.0' ""I
policy and Secretary Dulles represent an example of thtTl*
Dulles' picaresque world in the past few months ,n(lfJ*
assumption of office typifies perfectly the anxiety nJr!
resolution by helter-skelter travel in opposing directions
The State Secretary's recent overseas jaunts ,uld ,
the most imaginative agent selling vacations at ., tourist hi"*"
h., been, during the year, in Geneva. Paris. West Brrhn uS
I'hillipines and other by now forgotten places Earlier hiiu!j
him through principal cities of the Near Best The.,. iaur, '
made in the name of a foreign policy he has helped U^2
onls hope that the diverse nature of his travels m ,, w_
the equally diverse fscetS of that policy.
II Mr Dulles is not by now air sick, his "new look" tM
retaliation principles certainly appear to be. and he mUjlt
man on whom the axioms of ecology can have no effect But
th. stale ol his own psychic and physical makeup, the factreBa.
th. overt expressions ol his foreign policy are undeniably confm
the proof that, at least, the nation which he reprevnts is intZj
lies precisely in its willingness to accept such a policy witW
demands for a reexamination of Mr. Dulles', as well as the At
Don's motives.
AMERICAN INSISTENCE ON REARMING GERMANY u
a case in point Since the end of World War II and the eroiobji
inprnetrable Iron Curtain. Germany and its place m Europe^
have been a principal problem for the "victorious powers, fit
the imagination to conceive that a defeated and battered cousin
have been the object of so much concern. One can hardly (rsJ
less than ten years ago. Bernard Baruch's century long agras
for the defeated Nazi Reich was a serious consideration For
this decade. Germany has risen out of the rubble of itsjuin to '
the position of at leas' one victorious ally on the continent and
to dictate in matters of diplomacy.
A significant factor in this PBBSSCence has been the cold w_
i md West Playing upon the Capitalist Communist (tiletsal
ed Germany has taken the occasion of fashipning it-elf into s
military possibility. This has found Russia and th< I'mted
contest "i vying for the defeated nation's favor wuhKonrai
and Wilhelm Piek as the principal chassmen in this inte
both Ess! and Weal Gerrnany contrive In be mar-hilts)
: the polities] camp which they presumably represent
We, of course feel thai our motives in rearming Germitj
pure Our government's desire is basii peace. Thm
brought home to us that a atroog Germany can be .. valuable
what was recent!) conceived of as the Buroi nse o
Hut ,ii. Lie as one will, it can hardly tw denied that ii.rmanys
potential not alone in military industrialization i>uf
foi majoi participants in the EaavWest stru>_: i- that
envisioned role in a possible future world conflict There isi
type of humorous nostalgia for bygone dayi of co;
when conquering countries brought "enhghtnn nt" to
areas
BUT THIS SORT OF NOSTALGIA CLEARLY v mates risi
impulse, for Germany is no possible source ol exploitation. Tail
were he to bring his science to national patterns of I
might readily conclude that any desire in this regard represent,!,
wish pur. and simple German philosophy lodaj i- predio
rebuilding and retaliation The war has taught lh< Oraat|
humility bul humiliation; it has brad m them nl guilt but
- ri i..it currently directed against those erstwbikl lea
ed th> in by losing the w..r and soon against their
vvIn ii the means for retaliation will be at hand
l dare say another significant motive behind v ricanit
:'i.....in.iii> lies in the too east!) accept)
emu* and in the feeling that that Rcnious may aattj
luently against Soviet Communism. That tin- reputaUoal
urvived two disastrous defeats a- Germany brought uaa|
gain in 1MB is It nothing else, a rare .-timosil
invincibilif) of historical myths The fact ren that tus<
illusory genius leading two well-prepared sn the M
Hitlei met with abysmal rum in conflict ... notorisagl
pared lighting troop- of the free world troop- ciimposil)
wl..... h ol life was imbued with everything but th. Gillian**!,
of which the German soldier presumably wr-hipi
Most competent historians can. with ease ,hlir
German abilit) to bring defeat upon If i i a
dition m which Prussianism, divorced from political and socuM
I from political and social awarene......uroes I
It is thu> unquestiopnhl) foreign for us on Ideological, ''on^
grounds, to find In Germany not only a respectable hut a trusj
ally, iiur State Department foreign policy in this regardwat
the s.,ine untenable position in which we have been finding
throughout th. world since the conclusion of World NVarntty
ONCE AGAIN. IN OUR QUEST FOR FRIENDS, we stand an
of those v. In. represent all manners of philosophy which W*l
hold in contempt The tragedy is that none of this need be W"
with the Soviet in the matter of Red China's admission to IBM
Nations i- for Russia a major triumph in modern "'P1'"""-^,'
Hi. true nature of the conflict fails to be revealed ('"ml*"!L(
that Moscow could present a stronger cast agaln>t
membei of the IN than can Ambassador Lodge *S.
oratorical moment- The probability is that an accepted
"i. nt would bring little Joy in the Kremlin Our ,allureJll
the nw"1
viirrsfl
jwaliaf
leaM
It was extremely qra,ifylna |or us to note the
mariner in wh.ch the hafernity chapte of pt
Delta Theta a, WUliama Colleqe In W,lliUm '
town Massachusetts, actod ,h w-k taS
matter of retaininq a 'pwish memhc u
face of the national hcrtemlH.'. :" md to c.....tali/e upon thi, places the Communist- m the a*"
limiting membersh.D to vLk U8tenM n to...... progresaiva reasoning before Eastern ..pinwn-
"Aryan blood." students of
The issue oriqinally arose in 1951 wl,Q
local chapter pledged the Ivlh ,when ',e
e to be commended hES'^r'
ded,coo *. #**;s2*
our constant imbarrassment
Similarly, our poUej so (ar as German rearmament t> ,
of us an international dupe. Konrad Adenauer an ^
cralic assurances notwithstanding, the German P*f*^.f|
the!
1
...... '--oi.oites noiw iiiisianuiug. me urni" K.-r-- ^
the pre-.nt liulles policy, are achieving their ascendancy ^
sn ascendancy that will turn against us ..- surely
I nion currently inveighs against rearmament on the basis
eontrarj poUelas ^
Germanj ahma -lands to be the victor-the firrmaViri
PP*1 nd Farben, with the Prussian militanst- ra',"n;nlrtKjl
'"' "I What the DnUea policy has done thus far W *** g*
,'- manifest We stand on opposite sides of Great B,J'n;' Ficfldi]
' '" "" Red China issue We outrage the .sensibilities of tw f
neve felt the German boot trampling the flesh of ft* '"" ^tl
since 1870 We provide further grist for th,' < ''mn^!irlcvi
. grinds ut an eternal refrain characterizing Western dem
role el warmonger.


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Ly SEPTEMBER 24, 1954
*k*,si n<,kHn
r Demands Return of Negev
PAGE 5 A
rtinued from P 1 A
L crossing the border.
Ln( Urn 7.V.. of Israel, re-
m Burn.- in audience this
I fit-n >!urn> wasu f c50."}"
LraeliKyplian Mixed Ar-
mistice Commission meanwhile ex-
pressed its concern this week over
the problem of Arab infiltration
from the Egyptian held Gaza strip
into Israel territory, after declar-
ing Egypt responsible1 %br *&& vio-
lation of, the 'demarcation lines by
civilians,
Pointing out that the armistice
agreement places responsibility for
halting such infiltration on the gov-
ernments from whose territory the
infiltrees come, the MAC condemn-
ed Egypt for two instances of civil-
ians illegally crossing the line dur-
ing July.
"It is reported from New York
that Col. Gamal Abde^l Nasser,
Egyptian Premier, indicated this
week that he wants Israel to give
up the Negev. The indication was
contained in an interview from
Cairo reported by the United
Press.
The Premier was reported to
have said that the Negev splits the
Arab world and that therefore Is-
rael would sooner or later have
to give it up so the,Arabs could
have uninterrupted iand communi-
cation.
Col. Nasser asserted that Israeli
concern over the British evacua-
tion of the Suez Canal area and
American military aid to Egypt is
"artificial." He charged that Is-
rael's expression of concern over
these developments were "design-
ed mainly to collect money from
the American Government and
American People."
May you be inscribed
for peace and good life!
&SM
}"-"Jr,
EZEKIEL
PROPHESYING
There shall be showers of
blessing.
And the tree of the field shall
yield its fruit,
And the earth shall yield her
produce.
And they shall be safe in their
land.
Eztkiel XXXIV: 26. 27
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>Jelstncri FRIDAY.
i ink While Thome of Miss Muravchick's
Wedding to Gerard Schainuck at ^nv
pSriadSh. .home prevailed honeymoon at J*^JJS*
v'Vn Miss Jewel Muravchick. Hotel. Nassau. Buhanu- After tne
^ier n, J and Mr> Jack h U*J -' reside '"
M_.ravch.ck. Miami Beach, ind Coral Gables ________
...rani J Schainuck, son of Mr
..- Mr- David Schainuck. Wilkes *
Pj uere married a! the
Snxofsj Hole on September tfih
bi Le >n Kronisl officiated
he bri le who was

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. ich
fii

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PERSONALLY SPEAKING
left of Ihe Friends ol the Seven Lively
last week for Atlantic Citj
the) will spend the High Holy
Days
Miami
ngo dr.. Mum, b,L*J'
turned from ,he ,*N
"taga.ayaifcj
Mr and Mrs David Roaeer
where Arts and program director of the
Miami Beach Recreation Depart- and a '"" Wneai ,ro
is now recovering
Mr. and \|r.
I .... chairman founder
ment. left fr a New York vaca
imii Monday
Jacob




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*
Mrs. Gtrord J. Schainuck

m list vij- Frederick Reibel
luated i cum
ir im the I niversit) oi Mi-
V the Bachelor ol Art- d.
e She i- a member >i Delta Phi
. ; ilon and Sigma Lambda Phi
i iril \lph.i Lambda Delta
irary sororitj
Ir >i lainuck received hi- Bach-
< i oi B n--- Administration de-
L'niversitj "i
.-.' d is i I "i M Law School
He i oi Phi Lambda Phi
i mity.
The i e are spending their
W ii Iril Sproffcin
in. Wiener
for Wedding
: i rida campus
[or Miss Iris
i Stephen Ira
ach Now

tighter of
fkn 810 I panola
Is an the
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Miss I'rini( (liven
Away liy l-'alher
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per rhe
i 'oral Gables Jew I i nl
bi
and Mrs H
Gati Ir Mr Pi pper i- ll
the Mori i> Peppi -'. l~th
Mr Prii lor in
She was
Ihj Markin I ,
arus Joann Shu
I irii Ellei Prim
i< r was i lower girl
Sydney Pepper Jr 11 phi w ol
the bridegroom i ings
Larrj Marks acted as best man with
Stanley Rosenkrantz, Marshall Pep
per Irving Markinson, Joseph
I Block. Morris Levitl and Morton
Palmer ... ushers Ronald Prince
ha junior usher
Reci ption was hi Id at Ihi Phillis
Kapp Studio Thi couple will live
at 114 Merrick pkwj
bles
Mr Pepper "ill be < iated
with his lather in bu im Pepper
Salvage and Match < o
Miss tllye Haydtn
Hayden, Wiener
To Marry in Miami
A couple who met ,ii the l nivi r
l sitj oi Florida, Miss Ellye Hayden
and William u Wienei an | bi
mug their marriage
Their engagement i- anno..
i bj hei parents Mr and Mrs \ \
Hayden, 2131 SW 21st si Mr
u iener i- the son ol Mr and Mrs
Charles Wiener. Long Beach, 1.1
The bride is a graduate ol Miami
High School and the UF, where she
received her BA in education She
i-- now teaching third grade at
North Hialeah Elemental-) School
Her fiance ha- a BS-BA degree
in club managemenl from the i F.
He is a member of Alpha Epsilon
| Pi and Delta Sigma Pi He is now
| employed at the Rolling Rock Club
in Ligonier, Pa.
The couple will be married in
Miami.
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rrived home from their sum-
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k.m a three month tour of the
[pfiJn continent, North Africa
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Bermuda, are Mr. and Mrs. Irving SW 14th ter. Mr. Kornstein is the
Kornstein. They were married Sep- son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Korn-
tember 4 at 8 p.m. in Ann Gardens,
Newark, N.J.
The bride is the former Gloria

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be is a member of the BCOOol or-
chestra.
Albert will conduct llussaf serv-
ices during his Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony and will also read from the
Torah. Kiddu--h will follow in his
honor
Artlnmru
Michael Grossman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grossman,
of 520 West 47th st will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, September 25. 10:45
a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate. Michael, a student at
Beth Sholom Religious School,
is in the eighth grade of Nau-
tilus Junior High School.




PAGE 3 A
-JenUWcrMtor^
"tIPAY. SEPTEMBa %
Greater Miami to Usher.in High Hoty Days Monday Eve
...- _. .1 itit >i
Continued from Pag* 2 A
i, with Alan Medof chanting.
! i\ Shapiro reading from the
! h* and the "Mi Sheberach '
pr;-;,er recited by Michael T< .< r

TEMPLE SINAI of H..lt> wn,. hold Monday evening services
U "tring in Rosh Hashuna at 8 48
Rabbi David Shapiro will offi-
with Cantors Joseph Ifalek
Mordechai Haalman rendering
tl musical portions of the liturgy.
St ect of Rabbi Shapiro's sermon
heduled as: "In Search for
'- Tuesday and Wednesday
ing services are at 8 a.m. Rab-
bi Shapiro will officiate on both
di and discuss: "Ascend the
V ntain of God" and "Can World
re Become a Reality." Tuesday
( mg services are scheduled for
6 -" p in Regular Friday evening
ces, Sept< mb< r '24. ; re to be
at 830 p.m. Children of the
nuis School will partii
Shapiro will discuss
of the Yi.' An i
i ill follow irdaj morning
es an m.. with
tu in the Week
rtion of I
TORAH TEMPLE v ill ul
II is] ith sei>ices or
ay evenii I 6 p.i

i p I;
;.'..- 'I
al Tashlich c< remonj ill be
at 4 p.m "ii the shores
B ij 1254 W -' ave wh< re
remple is
ma sen ice* are al 8 30
Rabbi Abi
n the topic v Year Reso
i intors Louis Garenhaus
Elisha Cerner will render the
n cal portions ol the liturgy for
ligh Holj Day sen ici s.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
\ hold regular Friday evening
ces al 6 p.m Saturday nwrn-
n ices are al 8 30 a m Mincha
leduled for 0 p m., followed bj
S i- Seudos Morris B Frank,
; dent, will li< host Rosh Hash-
. ill be ushered in on Monday
p.m Si n ices oi rues
..lid Wednesday morninj
I hill will
ate Sub ect mon on
irsl da) ol Rosh H
Futun
*." On V he
"Hei
Veil
er the n portioi
f Di
I r- iVeingai
ten will !" I
I Freed man and A J Safi
M Moscow it/ \\ ill blow
Shofar.
ANSHI EMES CONGREGATION
hold Friday evening services
r heir site. 2320 SW 25th St., at
' m. Regular Saturday morning
. ices are at 8:30 a.m.. with Kali
I Abraham Sachs officiating and
reaching iin the Weekly Portion.
cha will be at 6 p.m.. followed
-halos Seudos Anshe Kmes will
usher in Rosh Hashona on Mondav
evening at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
- nesday morning services are at
. m. Rabbi Sachs .will discuss:
BCle of Rosh Hashona" His
c for the second High Holy Day
is Abraham's Sacrifice" Evening
ices for both day- ate at 6 p.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
r in the High Holy Days on
da) evening at 5:80 p.m.. with
. oi ii Leon Hurwitz officiating.
Rudolph Brill will render ihe
ical portion- of the litu-
day morning services are at 8
Rabbi HurwiU will discuss:
e Life We Praj For." On Wed
ay morning, the sermon tome
heduled a-: The Sen-.- of Hi--
- A Tercentenary Message."
i .tning service- are at 5:30 p.m.
Regular Satur.i ervices
are at 9 a.m.. Septemb* i
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
tion will hold regular Frida;
ning services at 6 pjn Saturday
rr,.inur- services .>r.- a; y .. m Mil
cha will be al 5:43 '",(l
b) Shalos Seudos Tlfc congregation
will u-her in the High Hoi) Days
and Wednesda) morning sen-ices
are at 8 a.m., with sei
;:
be delivered during both
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TION scheduli
da) :.....
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
i
.1 B:W p.m with organ pre
,udes beginning al 7:43 pm Rabbi
Leon Kron.sh will otiKi.de and
. h on the lopic "Stand Befort
Saturda) morning
IK al 10 45 am. when Michael ..
nnoi Mi and Mrs Sam Grew
'vwll become Bi U brt ih remple
Beth sin.lom will usher In Its
Da) service on
lay evening For the fourth
i ir doul l< services
Rab-
bi Kronish will discuss How Did
\\, Gel i" rhis S
["uesdas morning senici are al
8 45 .. m I II .i n Bccommo
date Beth Sholom's 800-famil)
member-hip Rabbi Kronish'i dis
course will be on the Ihcme "Our
khildren Will Ask Services
for the second da) ol Rosh Hash
h 45 am, when the
ii || Miracle
: Miragi Cantor Samui
,,,r ,. r the mu-ical por-
tions
ISRAELITE CENTER
; pvenu
nices
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Will
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER wil
llashoi i ning:,
in w ith Kabbi
nil the
Si Persoi
pnici il H am,
Kal I .' Re
Into I id
Ihti
FORMER NURSE
CAN TAKE LlDEitlY LADY, OR COUPLE.
uus homi\ first core.
Delicious Kashtr style u ts
Rabbi will pre>t>i>on "A New Year
Resolution Evening services are
at 6 45 pm Regular Friday eve-
ning -erv.ee- are at 8:15 p.m.. with
K ibbi Sparer discussing: "A Last
Look at the Old Year." An Oneg
Shabbal will follow. Saturday
morning service- are at 9 a.m.
.14
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE Will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:15 p.m followed
b) Kabbalal Sabbath. Saturday
morning servleei are at 9 a.m..
when Rabbi Isaac Em will offi-:
nd preach on the topic:
ngth in Jewish Unity." Kid-'
dush will follow Mincha is at 8,
p followed by Shalos Seudos
and Maartv Sunday morning; serv-
.., at !' a m Hih Holy Day
..nice- will begin Monday evening
,,t 6 p m with Rabbi Ever dlacuas
\ Dream Became a Reality"
Rabbi Samuel S SlCgel, oi hicauo.
will render llie inn-leal txirtion- of
the liturgy Tuesday morning ttrt
re at 8 I in with Rabbi F.ver
preaching on the topic: "New Year
Prayer for Life on \\ed-
nesda) Ihe second day of R|,sn
na the Rabbi will hold dis-
ii-,,- Message oi the
-i ,| r Ren Tuck an I Man Men
,;, ..,,, will officiate at morning
es ddnng lh< High Holj
:
FLAGLER MIAMI JEWISH COM-
MUNITY center will usher In
Hashuna with services on
Munda) ev< ning al 7 30 p m Rev
! Heim rei the mu-ica
CREAM CHEESE ISK7
CREAM CHEESE IN THE
JEWISH HOME UHLESSirS
portions of the liturtyTZ^I
the (enter Choir uSr^W
tion of Mrs P,UJ *j J.3
Scnwartzman. executive aL ^l
the Bureau of J,.wJh ?H
will officiate Subject 0,S]
mon is scheduled a- -\,u. *l
the Seventh M,,n,t, M(;YH
Ices on Tue-da> and W^
are scheduled for 9 im ***]
Continued on Pt j,.
SAM HIRSCH Sfttiiiir^
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:Tv SgPTPBBt 4, 1954
L Day Program
loif Drma of Rosh Hashona
J Yom Kippur" will be present
Ihv the Rabbinical Association
lGrMtr Miami over station
yj 0 Sunday afternoon, Scp-
Lor 26. ; Tbbi Mayer Abramowitz, who
| as>ien.Mt to produce the show
Itbe association, has written a
b r,prcially for the program
Address Masadcr
The third annual rt-union meet-
in? of Miami Beach Masuda Young
Adult Zionists will be held at the
Ritz Plaza Hotel on Thursday, Sep-
tember 30, 9 p.m.
Stanley C. Myers, president of
Federation and an attdrnVy, will
speak.
PAGE 3 A
B'nai Brith Wortwn
Membership 'party or Miam.
Chapter, B'nai Brith Women, will
be held at the home of Mrs. Dor-
othy Bott. 1421 SW 16th ave., on
Thursday, September 30, 1 p.m.
The women's group is also sched-
uling a Tercentenary program for
October 14, 8 p.m., at Beth David
Synagogue.
r Welfare
trniaV "^jJters' of Roosevelt
Temple No. 33 will hold their an-
nual fall card and mah jongg party
Thursday, September 30, 8 p.m.,
at 500 SW 17th ave. Proceeds will
help meet the Temple's altruistic
and child welfare budgets. Featur-
ed theme of the evening is "Help
Is Help Others."
Arthur Treacher to Star
Arthur Treacher, known on
stage and screen as the "perfect
butler," will make his local debJt
Tuesday night at the Biltmore
Playhouse in Benn W. Levy's spicy
comedy, "Clutterbuck."
The English-born actor came to
this country in 1926. after appear-
ing in many stage productions in
Europe.
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PAGE 10 A
>JeisiincrkMMl
-raro*Y1SEgBfl?^
Biltmore Terrace in
Bankruptcy Sale
Here October 1
rooms and 117 larg* kitchenette
apartments. The hotel ha- a law
dining room, a night club, two
bars, a coffee -hop. a solarium.
.two kitchens, a swimming pool
' with :.i cabanas, and then
: Pight stores [I the lobbj
The propert) is ITS teet h> 429
mpteteiy air feet comprising the ImI ocean- 41st -
Jacobs Unveiling to Take
Place Sunday at Woodlawn
The dedication 01 1
to the memorj "' ',l1'
Jacobs, former
famil) thai operate
monument
late Samuel
,1 the hotel
the Lord
IHns ave and
Beach, and Lake
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tHiOt 1HI HIGH HOLY DAYS
with Our Delicious Strictly Kosher /Meolj
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eral Building. 300 NE 1st a\e. Mi
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r. \v. Prazier, of Lane. Muir,
Wakefield, Frazier and Lane Mi
ami attorneys, and Adolph Wer
theimer h n appointed co-
ers
Owned by 8701 Collin< Avenue.
Inc.. the Bilti Hotel
was completed and opei for the
1953 resort season Morris
, [ Miai B< ach, was at I
the building which was built
by Taylor < (instruction
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Hotel is a
iry building Then an 22"
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guests
Purcha-e price will include
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ditions ol the salt require
with bid
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1954
-Jewish ntrHton
reater Miami to Usher in High Holy
iy Services on Monday Evening-
PAGE 11 A
Continu
ed from Page 8 A
|r,,h.ii" Davu wi
|n, Subject <>f Mr.
Subject
rrnion
assist Rev.
Schwartz-
Tuesday is: "Who
Judaism and American De-
brac) .Junior services will be
1,1 In the chapd under the direc-
,,l sun Hollander. Sunday
moI principal. Rev. Heim will
fciate, with Mr. Schwartzman ad-
[ssins the children. Regular Fri-
ng .services, September
rill ix held at 6 p.m. Saturday
ling servieea are at 9 a.m.,
Rev Heim will render the
Heal portiona of the liturgy
interpret the Weekly Portion.
*
IgTH TFILAH CONGREGA
|N will hold regular Friday eve-
en-ices at 6 p.m. Saturday
hung services are at 8:30 a.m.
khi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-
ce and preach on the Weekly
lion Mineha la at 5:30 p.m..
kwed bj a discourse on "Ethics
|0ur Fathers." Maariv at 6:45
will conclude the Sabbath ob-
Mnce Rosh Hashona will be
ered in on Monday evening at 6 i
Tuesda) morning services.
tit the High Holy Days, begin
;i in when Rabbi Rackovsky
discuss: "Call of the Shofar."
mlii:. of the Shofar and Mus-
ill follow the sermon. Wednes-
[morning services are at 7 a.m.
10 30 a m Rabbi Rackoviky
on the topic: "Our
i rifices*," with the
8:30 am Rabbi Simon A
officiate and preach on
"The Message of Moses to All Gen
crations class in Mishna is at 5
The con
ReJniir L!a Re,,*.,us -School, i evening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat- Rahbi Hurwitz fa RoElUr PrMay evening services, urday morning services are at 91naDOX ""TWltZ tO bpeXXlC
^piemiH-r 24. will be held at 6:30 a.m. The congregation will usher "Credentials for Living" wili be
^r"J-;h0^g/^Y,;^*"MnWcH'/ril'M:'*lr''K>''h HjiHhorW :on Monday eve-
n.. when RSmti Ab-1 rfing ar 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Ab-
antor
April will ,r''",',w"z ls^ch,''luli to hold a dla- raham Levitan officiating. C
th. tome \Z L' *he top,C: "S'r,n'h '" B<" fia is at r>
ffno second day of Koeh Hash- *, J ^ f* '""*'*"** '"
X rill d.scuss: "Tercenten- CM&i%W%^ZM
sefWeeVare at I a m. when Rabbi
April will discuss: "The Will to
Live." Wednesday services on the
second day of Rsh Hashona
also at 8
TEMPLE EMANUEL of Fort
Lauderdale will usher m the New
Year with services on Monday eve.
Hin at 7 p.m.. for worshippers
whose last names begin with the
initials "A" through "K" inclusive.
A second service is scheduled lor
am. Evening service! .ftSPff^Sft"T**""
during both High Holy DayV are will offfcC^S e^l? '"T
scheduled for 6 p.m. "Need for : c The H?.r, t" ?" thC
Spiritualities for a Successful Life" | Since Triumphs over
will be the subject of Rabbi Aprils
sermon Wednesday Cantor Berele
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy at all serv-
ices.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
regular services Friday evening at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices Friday evening at 5:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m. Mineha will be at 5:45 p.m.
Rosh Hashona will be u.;hcred in
Monday evening at 5:45 p.m. Serv-
ices Tuesday and Wednesday morn-
ing are at 8 a.m. Rabbi Alexander
will preach on the topic: "A Year
in Retrospect." For the second dav
of Rosh Hashona. his discourse is
scheduled as: "The Clarion Call of
the Shofar." Rev. Akiva Ross will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy at all services. Evening
services during both days of Rosh
Hashona are at 5:45 p m.
Cantor Sherwin Levine
will render the musical portions
of the service, assisted by Miss Sai-
wa Marhige. of Hollywood. Tues-
day morning services are at 10
am ..when Rabbi Ranson will dis-
cuss: "Three Hundred Years of
Jewish Service in America." Jun-
ior congregation services are sched-
uled for 3:30 p.m. Family recep-
tion will be held from 4 to 6 p.m.,
with member of the Sisterhood act-
ing as hostesses. Chairmen are
Mrs. Mollie Newman and Mrs.
Evelyn Borcn.
*
MONTICELLO PARK JEWISH
CENTER will hold regular Friday
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
usher in Rosh Hashona with serv-
Shofar and Huaaai lew on Monday evening at 6:30
i luled to follow. Mineha pm Rabin Arie Meeker will offl-
:.. with Maariv at 6:30 ciate. with Cantor Morris [) Mager
services will be heldIrendering, the musical portions of
ning at 7 a.m. until Rosh 'be liturgy Tuesday morning serv
llowed by daily morn- ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rev
- and a class in Mishna. Moses Synger will chant the first
portion, with Cantor Mager offi-
ciating at Mussai Subject of Rab-
bi Becker's sermon i- scheduled as:
"Because I Believe Service, on
the second day of Rosh Hashona
will also begin at 8 am., with the
discourse by the Rabbi scheduled
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mu-
lical portions of the liturgy. Serv-
ice- Tuesday and Wednesday morn-
ings are at 9 a.m^ with evening
services tor both days of Rosh Ha-
shona scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Habbi
Levitan will preach during the
Holy Days. Also scheduled is a
ommentary on each of the prayers
offered by worshippers. Rabbi Lev-
itan will discuss their history and
significance.
the theme of a radio Rosh Hosl
message to be broadcast over r
station WMOS by Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz. of the Zamora Je h
Center, on Sunday. September 25,
at 3 p.m.
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~
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CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV THE
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STEPHEN U RX'BKIN
MIAMI. II.'.KH.A
(lid "ii th.- Rth liny of Ortober, A D,
1951 cause in be Incorporated .....in
tin- provisions of Chapter 80s, Kimiii.i
Sialin. ... CORBJOIKT CORP......or-
[oration, with tin principal place ..r
business Hi Miami. Dade County, In
the si.iir of Florida, iinil whiii-.i- the
stockholders uf such corporation iliil
'.n the iMh day < Heptemher, a IV
"'''. r-auae m in- riled In the office
'if lh- S.-r r.-lniv of Sla.....f Hi. State
"' riorldi.....Consent of nil the stock-
holder* under the provision -,u,i
Chapter SOS, Florida Stal.....a, nhowlnn
Hi,- dissolution of nich i-i>riH.ni! on
Now, Hii-i pfore, the > i lary <-r
Stale do< hereb) ccrtlfs to Ihe fore-
fin-; and thai he i- -.iii-n.-i thai the
requirements pllad with
IX WITN'KSS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto pel mj hand
and have affixed Ihe Oreal
Seal of the Bute < Florida.
-o Tallahassee, the Capital
this the Eighteenth day of
September, ,\.l>. 19 i
R A. GRAY.
s. < retai \ i if I
I i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN .-
ili- undersigned, iii-Hiring to ensrase I"
business under the flctftious name <>r
STONE'S ". A- 10c STORE, at S5S N v.
iTih Street, Miami, Florida, Inter
lefjlster said name with Ihe Clei of
the Clrutlll Courl of Dad< "'
Florida.
BENNIE sic in
KI.UV STONE
Attorney for Bennle Htone
1010 Cona-resa HI.if., Miami, H.
/U 10/1 -8-15
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DD
COUNTV. IN CHANCERV. No. I7t'98
LEWIS Bl'l HAN AN ORA N
Plaint
vs.
l.l'i'll.l.K CATHERINE GRAY,
I i. fl nil,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: l.l'i'll.l.l-: CATHERINE GRAY
I'll Polh Street
Topeka, Kansas
You are hereby notified (hat II
of Complalnl f..i Divorce has
filed aawinal youf and >>" ure re
,-il to serve ,i copy of \,,.n \nsV,
I'leadlna to the mil of Comnlalni ..ri
th^ plalntiiTs Attorney, HENRY M.
CAIN, I3IS W I1.il.-I.-i St M
l-'l.i anil fil,- II.....r ikin.*I Answei
Pleadln* In il"- office of 'in- Clei
the Circuit Courl on "i before
L'"-tii daj O 1951 If oi
to do so, Judcmenl bj defaull a
taken against v.ij foi the rellei i -
tied ii i he Bill "f 'omplalnt.
I This notice shall i- published
ea< h v\.-.-k for foui .-II-. ivtlve s -
in THE JEWISH l-'l.< illllil \.N i
DONE AND onPEREH al M
Florida, tin. itnd da) ol Septe
A.I>. IS i
K r. UEATHERMAN,
* 'lei K. *ii ,-uit < 'ourt,
Hade County, Florldn
By W\t W. STUCK!
in Deputy I
HENRY M CAIN
'' Wel K le-le st Mian i. I- i
;i :-i in |.8-15
cha i- .it ii p ni. followed by a
Burse on Jewish laws and cus-
cMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
two consecutive services on
|d i) evei rig, September 27.
ring in Ihe Hiuh Holy Daya.1**: "The Significance of the High!
bi Jos. ph Narot will officiate
utli services scheduled for 6:45
ami 9 .i ni Subject of his dis-
Ise i- s(-||.(Inled as: "A Heart
[Wisdom Tuesday morning
lire- ,,ri at 10 am., with the
i preaching on the topic: "The
for Life." Regular Saturday
mna services, September 25.
Holy Days.
i ir Mitzvah. Friday eve-
servicc!< are at 8:15 p.m. Can-
lacob Bornstein will render the
heal portions of the liturgy dur-
I .. i-.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold regular
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Abraham Herson will
officiate, with Cantor Albert Glantz
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs Jack
II a.m., when Don. son of I Berke will be hosts at the Oneg
ind Mrs Edward Leven, willlshabbat following Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Herson will lead the congregation
in ushering in the Hiuh Holy Days
on Monday evening, September 27.
at 7:30 p.m. Subject of his sermon
is scheduled as: "Heading Into a
TH EL CONGREGATION will ; New Year." Services Tuesday
Fridaj evening services at 6' morning are scheduled to begin at
Saturdav morning services are
I Rabbi Shmaryahu Swir-
will nfl lit,-, with Cantor
pel Lutman rendering the mud-
wrtions of the liturgy. Rosh
will be ushered in on
I nini, at 6:30 p.m. Tues-
|mnrnins: services are at 8 a.m..
I!:ihhi Swirsky will discuss:
Three Who Wept." On Wed-
[ay morning, the second day of
Hashona. the Rabbi will
8:30 am, with the Rabbi diacusi
ing: "Ideals to Fashion a New ,i
World Sounding Of the Shofar ? ,
will precede the Mussaf service, i C
Mineha is at B:30 p.m., with Maariv ( r
scheduled for 7:30 Rabbi Herson \\}
will discuss: "From Bitter to
Sweet." Wednesday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 am. Subject of
the discourse is: "Call of the Sho-
far." Mussaf service, with Cantor
Glantz officiating, will follow
h on the topic: "Mending Our I Youth services at Tifereth Israel
Evening service* on both I will be held on the second day of
U'H be at 6:30 p.m. Junior Rosh Hashona at 4 p.m.. with Min-
pmtion -ervices will be held cha and Maariv at 6 and 7 p.m.
The Rabbi will speak on:
Chance of a Lifetime."
The
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
Niiva Hall.
*
[EST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
utl1' ni Rosh Hashona on
Pjy evening at 6 pm Rabbi ITER will hold High Holy Days
ixman will officiate. I services starting Monday evening
at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday morning
services are at 8 a.m. Sounding of
n on the topic: "And | the Shofar on the first day of Rosh
Said Let There Be Light." | Hashona will be at 10 am Rabbi
day of Rosh Hash- Mayer Abramowitz will officiate
and preach on the topic: "Faith
Reborn Wednesday morning
services, for the second day of
Rosh Hashona. are at 8 a m.. with
the Shofar again sounded at 10.
The Rabbi will discuss. "A Glori-
ous Heritage." Cantor Kdward
Klein will render the musical por-
tion of the liturgy, assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
of Eli Samuels. Special services
for youth are scheduled in the
officiate,
morning services are at 8
*" h'-ill discuaa: "Teach Us to
rr Oui Days." Regular Fri-
^nuiL: -ervices. September
' '' 8 I1 m Saturday morn-
IS*1" al 9 a.m.. with
"Jwni n officiating. Mineha
" r m.

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UMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1954
SECTION B
Ugots Picket White House-
Record of Hate is Revealed
JSHINGTON, D.C. Four
lc troublemakers, all under
Ir- oi age. form the hard core
Lost ol ilif membership of (he
jrious Christian Anti-Jewish
|y ;irc Jesse Benjamin Ston-
i,l Chattanooga, Tenn.; Ed-
fjteed Fields. 21. of Atlanta,
nd the Bowling brothers of
|,, Richard. 22, and Robert,
ler's irustration hs been
jig out in venomous vitupera-
feainst the "Jew-owned" Chat-
fa Times. Balked in his try
ubhc notice in Chattanooga,
Upon the idea here of attract
tiiiin.il attention by picketing
jihite House. The foursome
weeks ago journeyed to
Infiton. D.C, in Stoner's car.
Kg up two other unidentified
Jthi/er-, en route.
JAii-i t 16. and again on the
ling day. the six pickets
led in front of the White
with their placards. Most of
bedestrians crossed to the
side of the street, but the
did have some audience
Houe police. Secret Service
f"BI agents, and D.C. police
Consultation between rep-
Btives of the President and
gional ADL office resulted in
fsion to deny the picketers
ublicity they were seeking.
lor one or two isolated in-
ks, the picketing received no
in any new-paper in the
Stoner is the creator and
?lcdged "ArchJeader" of the
nan Anti-Jewish Party. He has
Tcripplrd since childhood and
Sempt from military service
bis reason. He did not com-
1 high school. His "career"
began in 194, at age 18,
I he was appointed "Kleagle"
Chattanooga Klan. Inter-
I bj ., reporter in 1946, Ston-
hitted he thought Hitler was
hoderate. and said he was
ins a new party, the essence
lich would be "to make be-
I Jew a crime, punishable by
I" The Stoner Anti-Jewish
emerged and in 1948 Stoner
|l> ran for Congress, receiv-
fl out ol 30.000 votes cast.
summer of 1952, Stoner
up m Atlanta, where he
made contact with the rem-
lof the Nazi like Columbians.
}y after his arrival, the mails
^pari- m ihc country were
rl ili application, blanks
ling members for the Chris-
Viti-J. ish Party, the succes-
1 the Stoner Anti-Jewish
'' H F ulds made contact
r m December of 1952,
loon be, me "chief secretary"
(Christian Anti-Jewish Party.
> fir-i came to ADL's atten-
l"> 1949 at age 17. when he
[to enroll fellow students at
College in Atlanta in an or-
Wion (ailed "The Black
He revealed that this or-
ation lul 40,000 members in
[any .,,,,1 was under the lead-
of Otto Strasser. a former
,""" !,v'ng in Nova Scotia.
I October 1950, Fields distrib-
inandhilU in Atlanta entitled
pn<"mmuni.sts Behind Atlan-
t?"""1 s,'gregation Suit" un-
"nprint of the Atlanta An-
nmum,t Society, Fields' own
P"n He was also a prolific let-
[f'teriu ,he anti-Semitic press
pnout the country, and serv-
a Iransmistioa belt in this
]'<" a wide variety ol hate
fur'' When Stoner returned
Mttanooga early in 1953,
idted his full time to the
"8 act.vitiea of the Christian
Mew.-h Party.
Hd v,a- characterized by his
Jtors at Mariat College, from
* graduated, at a sullen,
cynical trouble-maker absolutely
devoid of moral principles. He was
reportedly exempted from military
service on psychiatric grounds. His
enlistment in the Naval Reserve in
1953 ended after only two weeks.
when he tried to organize the base
for the Christian Anti-Jewish
Party.
In October of 1953, Fields and
another Atlanta youth. Robert Mil-
ner, 18, enrolled in the Palmer
School of Chiropractics in Daven-
port, Iowa. Soon afterward, in Feb
ruary 1954, Milncr and Fields con-
fessed to having posted ant i Semi-
tic stickers on store windows in the
surrounding area, reading "This
Place Owned By Jews" and also
"Anti-Jew Week February 21-28."
They were given suspended sen-
tences, pending good behaviour.
Milner had not previously come to
notice as being connected with
Fields or the Christian Anti-Jewish
Party in Atlanta.
The Bowling brothers are com-
parative newcomers to the Chris-
tian Anti-Jewish Party. Actually
thoy did not participate in any pub-
lic activities of the group until
July of this year. Both are prod-
ucts of a broken home, their father
hating left the family to its own
resources some years ago. Richard
Bowling completed t h e tenth
grade. He was arrested in June
1950 for improper registration of a
car he was driving and received a
fine. In December 1950 he was ar-
rested with his brother on a burg-
lary charge and was given a twelve-
month probationary sentence be-
cause of his age.
Robert Bowling; the younger
brother, went through the twelfth
grade. He was first arrested in Feb-
ruary 1949 on a disorderly conduct
charge, which was dismissed. He
received a twelve-month probation-
ary sentence along with his broth-
er on the burglary charge in 1951.
In October 1953. he was arrested
for violating the Selective Service
Law and turned over to the Fed-
eral authorities, where his case is
still pending. An apparently aban-
doned caa, recently impounded by
the police and traced to the Bow
ling brothers, contained huge
quantities of Christian Anti-Jewish
Party literature.
All four of these hoodlums share
a fanatic hatred of the Jews. Tfiey
tried unsuccessfully for several
years to enroll a legion of like-
minded bigots in their "party" by
means of mail solicitations. Most
of these mailings ended up in the
region ADL offices throughout the
country, or in the files of local and
federal police authorities.
Frustrated in this bid for nation-
al leadership of a Nazi-like horde,
the foursome conceived the idea of
attracting public attention by
street picketing with viciously
anti-Semitic placards. The four, and
two as yet unidentified women,
first picketed the Chattanooga
Times on July 30 and 31. This
newspaper was apparently singled
out because it had consistently ex-
posed the nefarious activities of J.
B. Stoner and his "party" in news-
paper articles. Despite the fact
that the picketing took place dur-
ing the busiest hours of the day,
little attention was attracted and ,
they received no notice in the j
press.
"Christian Anti-Jewish Party"
House in Washington, D.C.
members picket the White
Nursing School
Marks Anniversary
Students and faculty of Mount
Sinai Hospital School of Practical
Nursing marked their third anni-
versary Friday night with a dinner
and dance at the Algiers Hotel, ac-
cording to Mildred A. Vogel, direc-
tor of nurses.
Mount Sinai s School, first of its
kind accredited in the State of
Florida, was established on Sep-
tember 17. 1951.
Among guests of honor were
Mix Orovitz. president of the board
of trustees; Samuel Farber, assist-
ant director-comptroller of the hos-
pital, and Samuel Zibit. assistant
to executive director Samuel Gert-
ner.
Representing the school faculty
were Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director
of education, and Instructors Wil-
helmina Holt, Gloria Mayer. Mrs.
Dorothy Hall, Mrs. Lois Stein and
Captain Chan3ler Andrews, along
with Mrs. Anna VonRinteln, resi-
dence supervisor, and Dr. Leo Le-
vin, school physician.
White is Named
Convention Head
ATLANTA,David H. While, of
Houston, has been named chair-
man of the ninth annual conven-
tion of the Southern Section, Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, to be
held at the Shamrock Hotel and
Jewish Community Center in Hous-
ton, on November 6 to 8, according
to Leon Kaplan, of Miami, presi-
dent of the Southern Section.
White, who is vice president of
the Southern Section-JWB, past
president of the Houston Jewish
Community Center and editor and
publisher of the Jewish Herald
Voice, said, in accepting the ap-
pointment of convention chairman,
that this was the first annual meet-
ing of JWB which has been held
in the Southwest and that the
Houston convention committee was
making "every effort to plan a
thoroughly enjoyable and worth-
while program which Mill be of
great value to all the Jewish com-
munities throughout the South."
Daniel Schlanger. of Houston,
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Miami
Beach, co-chairmen of the conven-
tion program committee, stated
that the convention will concern
itself with an analysis of current
trends in Jewish Community life
and will relate these to the pro-
grams which are being offered by
Jewish Community Centers in the
South.
Yeshiva Plans
Cantors' Institute
Training Center
NEW YORKEstablishment of
a Cantorial Training Institute at
Yeshiva University to prepare pro-
fessional cantors for traditional
synagogues in the United States
and Canada was announced here
this week by Dr. Samuel Belkin,
president of the University.
The newest division of America's
first university under Jewish aus-
pices is to open this month offer-
ing programs leading to Cantorial
I Diplomas and Associate Cantors
; Certificates.
An outgrowth of the Univer-
sity's Cantorial Workshop, estab-
lished in 1951, the Institute will
serve both students of the various
schools of Yeshiva University and
the community-at-large
Professor Karl Adler. head of
the University's Music Department.
| has been named director of the In-
| slitute and will teach musical and
vocal subjects. Others on the facul-
ty include Cantors Macy Nulman
and Arnold Rothstein, for can-
torial instruction; and Dr Michael
Bernstein, assistant professor of
Hebrew, and Dr. Sidney B Hoenig.
professor of Jewish History', to
teach liturgy There will be guest
lecturers, on related subjects.
The purpose of the Cantorial
Training Institute is to teach the
traditional prayer rendition and
the various cantorial functions in
good style. Dr. Adler explained.
Chicaqoons Meet
A Homecoming meeting will be
held at the Royal Palm Hotel on
Sunday, September 26, 6:30 p.m.,
by the Chicago Club of Greater
Miami. Irving Schatzman is presi-
dent.
w o'; n-riih tenders* shown in B'nai B'rith car which formed part of the Citizen-
^Z MCi heln^Mfamron September 16. Shown (rear seat, left to right) are Rabbi
ship Day Parade held H^lTah-Miami Springs Jewish Center; Miss Barbara Greene.
Malcolm Sam ^^-^S1^ Donald Michelson. director? Bnai B'rith Hillel Foun-
president. BBYO Young Ad" ^"ijjj. Ur uon Regional Office. Anti-Dela-
dation. University ^ M^a^G.ttrt LMj. J^ ^.^ ^ ^^ ^
motion JWioof B am B nth ^ P^re8iden, Bnai B'ri.h Council of South Florida; Sidney
Tj^^^SiS^SS^^fi^^ of Bnai B'rith Lodges; and Mike Sossin. vice
president. Miami Beach Lodge Bnai Birth.
TV Show to Depict
Role of Jewish labor
Sunday. September 26th, Colum-
bia Broadcasting System, in cooper-
ation with the American Jewish
Tercentenary Committee, will pre-
sent "Test Case." a dramatic story
sponsored jointly by the Work-
men's Circle and the Jewish Labor
Committee and depicting the role
of the immigrant Jewish worker in
America during the last 75 years.
The program will be shown lo-
cally on channel 4 at 9am.. and a
large number of breakfast parties
in various homes has been arrang-
ed by the over 500 members of the
three Workmen's Circle Branches
here, according to Joseph Duntov,
local chairman of the Jewish Labor
Committee and one of its national
vice presidents.
The Workmen's Circle is a Jew-
ish fraternal society organized by
immigrant workers in 1900 and has
played a vital role in the social,
economic, and cultural develop-
ment of the Jewish community in
America. Duntov explained. Its
71.000 members consist of second
and third generation American
Jews, as well as those of the found-
ing groups. In addition to its insur-
ance and mutual aid program, it
promotes Jewish education in Yid-
dish, cultural* activities, and com-
munity betterment activities.
The Jewish Labor Committee Is
a grouping 0f the Workmen's Cir-
cle and other organizations of Jew-
ish membership or leadership in
the trade union movement or other
forms of labor organization.




^f^i^n^ridian
TAGE 2B
Abbell Makes Large
Gift to National Fund
NEW YORKDr. Maxwell
bell, way known attorney, accoun
tant and Industrialist and Jewish
communal leader with business In-
terests in Miami, has made a gift
of $110,000 to the Jewish National
Fund, according to an announce-
ment made by Dr. Harris J. Levine,
president of the Jewish National
Fund. ,
This is the largest single con-
tribution ever received from an in-
dividual by the Jewish National
Fund. The negotiations for the
project that is to bear the name of
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Abbell. were
conducted by Mendel N Fisher,
executive director of the Jewish
National Fund, who stated that a
substantial part of the SI 10,000 was
made available in cash and in the
form of an irrevocable bequest in
favor of the Jewish National Fund.
Ab- Miami visits, was born 52 years ago
, Poland. He rec. ivad his earh
schooling in Chelsea. Mass., where
he came with his parents at the
age of three. After attending Har-
vard University, from ** he
was graduated magna cum laude,
he took courses in accountancy ;il
Northwestern University. Entering
the tieWi of social srork, be held
the post of assistant director ol
the Jewish Charities <>f Chicago
from 1925 to 1937. while he con-
tinued his studies at the Univer-
sity of Chicago and Loyola Inner
sity. from which he was graduated
with a degree of Doctor of Juris
prudence.
Turning from social work to bus-
ings, he organized the accounting
firm of Maxwell Abbell and Com
Students Leave
For Academy
Bphraim Ei.rn.berf, -<- of Mr ,
|nd M HanoM Haenberg, 28.o
Pinetree dr.. end Jo*P I*f. !
Mrs Aaron S Uuer,
left Monday lor
FRIDAY. SEPTP^,.
PURP0S!
Of Mr. and
345 Meridian BVC
Baltimore to continue their high | -
5S5 "udies at the Ta.mud.ca.
Academy there.
Bphraint is S Hebrew Academy
graduate of the, la--ol June.
r\ kCZ FOR IYIRY
ULAJJ STOtI FIONT PUT! .
furmlurt Tset. iairtltd mkrtt and IssHsaitai 0f J^J/
L. & U. UUiss and Mirror Wt
,36 S.W. 8th St. PH0NUB
. Danv and later the law firm of Ab
which is the land-purchasing arm *">"> ""
of the World Zionist Movement. bell. Edelman. PortCS and Abbell.
Under the terms of the agree- He has since extended his business
ment that was signed by Dr. Abbell lntcrest throughout the country j
and has engaged in large-scale pur-
and Mr. Fisher, the Jewish Nation
al Fund undertakes to carry out
a project in Jerusalem in the lorm chase- S buddings ,n Chi
of a housing settlement
Dr. Abbell, a colurlul (mure in
the life of the Chicago Jewish com
munitv in addition to his frequent
Seattle and Columbus
A deeply religious Jew with an
intere-t in current Jewish prob-
lem- Dr. Abbell ha- devoted much
of his lime and money to ..
. ol Jewish oi He
u.i- vice president ol the Zionist
mzation "l hicago, member
nf ill. B ivemors oi the
\ tional Planning and Cam]
he Jewi-h Theologi-
i, the cul-
Juda-
- In 1950.
I:, u ted president of the
United Syi i America, the
central organization of Conserve-
his throughout the Scouts Register
country, \rth Beach Elementary School
lie is an active member of the ..,_ lm, s(.one 0f a registration
executive conimittee of the Jewi-h niechny Thursdav evening for new
National Kund in Chicago. Recent-! memhers of Cub Pack 313. accord
ly. the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary' f America conferred upon Dr.
Abbell the honorary degree
Doctor of Law.
laser
and Joseph is a graduate of the
June. 1953 cla--
During the past year. Uauer has
been a -indent in the high school
department of Yesbivs University
at Brooklyn. NY
Both made high score- in their
entrance examination- last June.
ding to Kabbi A Samson.
I the school.
Patterned after the Hebrew
Academ) W re. the Talmuriical
Academ) ol Baltimore ha- a com-
plete high school program in both
Hebrew and English departments
o scheduled to return to Ye-
shiva University's high school de-
partment are Ephraim Meschelolf,
son of Rabbi and Mi Hoses Mes
cheloff, 711 lenos ave anri Melvin
Sachs, -mi ol Mr and Mr-. Barnctl
Sachs, 12' SW 31st ct.
Ephraim MeseheJofl is a Hebrew
Academy graduate of the 1953
class, ar.'I Melvin a graduate ol the
1952 class.
(complete and tbepindaUe oTitte
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t OhtmctCo,
IS YEARS Or TTTbE SERVICE IK DADE COUHTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSl
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First general meeting of the Bi-
kur C'holim was held at Kne-eth
Israel Congregation on Wednesda)
afternoon.
Compn-ed ol volunteer visitors,
tourists, the organization provides
aid. comfort and cheer to sick in
the area
Plans currently call for building
a convalescent home here in winch
stricken per-ons can recuperate
after illnesses.
David Lemelman. Miami attor-
ney, was guest speaker al the meet-
ing.
Symphony Ticket Sales
Open This Week
Ing to an announcement this week
by David Rothenberg, cubmaster.
Emanu-El Sisterhood
To Open Fall Season
Sisterhood of Temple K.manu-F.l
will open its activities for the sea-
son with a membership brunch at
the Algiers Hotel on Monday, Oc-
Official public sale of the Uni-
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Irving Cypen. president
Quiz program Will be presented
by Mayor Harold Shapiro, who will
act a- quizmaster. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will speak, a n d Cantor
Philip Brummer will offer musi-
cal -lections
Mi- Arthur Applehaum is chair
man ol arrangements, Mr- Herman
kfechlowiu i- membership chair-
man, and the pro-ram committee
I- headed by Mr- Jules < banning
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ADL Film Shown
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1 and Mi- David Post with
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Beefers Club Meets
Projecl meeting ol lb r.
< lub was set lor Thursday t the
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president <'arl (lardner.
Ways ,,.i nteam ol continuing
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MY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1954
,OBAL SHORTS
t Award Granted to
delphia Soldier in Korea
UdELPHIA (JTA)A I'hil-
k,| Jewish soldier will re-
|j h < Soldier's Medal, the
hesl peacetime award,
Hng his life ,0 rescue a Ko-
frl from drowning in the
Japan. The soldier is Corp.
| \\ Mozenter, now stationed
I, B075th Engineer's Fire
L mpany in Pusan, Korea.
lnpiKm of the Philadelph-
1 irried in an Army
Mariner Released
[Long Imprisonment
It KONG (JTA)A Jewish
|rt marine skipper stag-
freedom this-week after
|th~ ni imprisonment, much
lilary confinement, in a
i Communist dungeon. He is
I 30. of Newark, N.J.,
li! bj the Chinese Reds with
fcnencan comrades, while
in international waters
Jprtiiguese Macao, in a 42-
|chi owned by Richard Ap-
me ot the trio. The third
.1 news agency correspon-
ded Dixon. Krasner once
. trying Jewish refu-
ri ugh a British blockade to
The three men were suf-
krom near-starvation when
tic released across the fron-
Scientist Discovers
Methods in Eye Surgery
YORK (JTA)A clue to-
thieving greater success in
ir.'ii-plants on the blind
[found in a new and improv-
t -tudying keratocytes,
cells r.i the cornea, it was
pd ..t the Seventeenth Inter-
Congress of Ophthalmol-
I)r Jose Sverdlick of
Aire. one of Argentine's
scientists, who is active in
[affairs in his country.
licans and Democrats
|ias in Campaign
BNGTON (JTA) Chair-
man! W. Hall, of the Re-
nal Committee, and
nen A. Mitchell of
National Commit-
joined to pledge
1 nl ethics and mor-
rthcoming Novem-
Bmpatgn and at the
i U rated a fair play
| .i ban on racial and
prejudice from cam-
lal pledges will be
i" itie 1,047 candidates
' ng for Congrcssion
- It was stressed that final
Int will be up to the voters
rce ... niormity with the
oi ethical practices
h ""II and Mitchell.
Shows Stateless
Brer Not a Jew
EVA WNS)Nicholas Le-
|'h. n un without a country
buffeted around
prt to port for more than a
not a Jew but a White
I whi .,- born in Shanghai.
fcs disclose*] by a represent a
[ nt Distribution Com-
who said a thorough
niade by the DC
v ilcd that Levitzky.
! in entrance visa to
? n Kepublic. is not a
\ tsly reoorted. The
instituted as a re-
that had reached
p-'' 'ions.
Sobeloff Forecasts Revision
Of McCarran-Walter Laws
WASHINGTON (JTA)-United
States Solicitor General Simon &
Sobelojf ejvr this week that "departures in our
Immigration laws from the tradi-
tional role of America as a haven
for the oppressed will before too
long be corrected, as the President
has urged." Conceding the "good
motivations" of those who enacted
the present (McCarran-Walten im-
migration laws, Mr. Sobeloff de-
clared in a speech here that "these
provisions are working unneces-
sary hardships without comp.ns.t
ing advantage to the nation and
said they "go far beyond the needs
of security or economic protec-
tion."
Adenauer Sounds Out
Israeli Diplomatic Relations
FRANKFURT (W N S)Chancel-
lor Konrad Adenauer. West Ger-
man Chancellor, was quoted here
as having declared that he would
welcome complete normalization of
relations between Israel and Ger-
many. In an interview in the Ger-
man daily "Die Welt" on the occa-
sion of the second anniversary of
the signing of the German repara-
'"">- PCt with Israel at Luxem-
bourg, the Chancellor said since
Israel never considered itself at
war with the ^Bonn Republic it
would not have to terminate a
state of war between itseli and Ger-
many in order to resume diploma-
tic relations with West Germany.
Pakistan, Indonesia Rebuked
For Refusing Entry to Israelis
GENEVA (JTA) Pakistan and
Indonesia received sharp rebuke
this week from the World Federa-
tion of United Nations Organiza-
tions when the group passed over
both of them in settling on the site
of its next annual meeting because
both countries refuse Israeli na-
tionals the right of entry' The
group, concluding its annual ses-
sion, decided to hold the 1955 ses-
sion in an Asian country. Both
Pakistan and Indonesia were men-
tioned as likely choices, but the Is-
raeli delegates. Daniel Auster of
Jerusalem, rising on a point of or-
der, explained that these countries
violated UN principles by discrim-
inating against Israelis. The dele-
gates from 40 nations thereupon
pilUfri over the two Moslem States
and voted to meet in Bangkok, cap-
ital of Thailand.
Dr. Pleasure Lectures
On Prosthetic Dentisty
Dr. M. A. Pleasure led a three-
day postgraduate course in pros-
hctic dentistry at the McAllister
Hotel this week.
Alpha Omega dental fraternity
"""Iwas sponsoring
I'rganization for
he course.
Dr. Pk-asure is
>ne of the lead-
ng prosthoden-
iata in the coun-
ry. He is Chief
f Pni-i neties,
Ironx V A Ilo>-
>ital; Associate
'linical I'rofes-
>or at the College
_ > f Dental and
Or. fleeter* Oral Surgery.
Columbia University; member of
A.DA.. New York State and First
District Dental Societies: Fellow,
New York Academy of Dentistry;
member of the American Denture
Society; and diplomate. American
Board of Prosthodontie-
PAGE 3 B
Postal Regulation Reviewed
Postmaster Samuel R. Valliere
issued an announcement this week
which concerns the sending of un-
dersized or irregular shaped pieces
of mail.
The minimum postage of three
cents applies to all cards or enve-
lopes whether sealed or unsealed
when smaller than two-and-three-
quarter inches in width by four
inches in length, or larger than
nine inches by twelve inches, he
explained.
This three cent minimum rate
also applies to pieces or packages
of third-class matter when of such
size or form as to prevent ready
facing or tying in bundles and re-
quiring individual handling
throughout.
This rate applies whether inclos-
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U.S. Sends Plane to Cairo to
Bring Egyptian Chief of Staff
WASHINGTON (JTA)The De-
fence Department has made known
that the Army dispatched a special
airplane to Egypt to fetch the
Egyptian Army Chief of Staff to
Washington as an official guest of
the United States. Gen. Mohammed
Ibrihim. Chief of Staff, arrived
with Maj. Gen. Mustapha Youssef,
Director of Military Training, and
a number of other Egyptian staff
officers. The aircraft bringing the
Egyptian group will take them to
camps and bases throughout the
country following a series of recep-
tions in Washington. Official dis-
cussions will be held on the fur-
nishing of training facilities and
an arms grant to Egypt.
UN Truce Chief Raps
I for Holding Maneuvers
Trl) NATIONS (WNS)
l("wral K. L. Bums, in his
pn ;., the Security Council
f N truce chief in Pales-
tHticized Israel for holding
T>' maneuvers in the proxim
I'ne 1-rael-Jordan armistice
P* truce chief reported that
manemers, "especially with
"munition," were apt to
IPJ'"PJ on the other side of
Teacher Says Eastern Colleges
Restrict Admission of Jews
NEW YORK (JTATThe policy
of some Eastern aolaajas ai giving
"geographical preference' to the
adini-sion of itudentJ from Mid-
We-t and South while restricting
the number of students they accept
from New York and Haaaaehtiattts
on the grounds that they want a
wider geographical base, is some-
times a cover for discrimination
again-st Jewish students, the cur-
rent issue of New Republic maga-
zine charges. An article by Vincent
S. Carruthers. one-time teacher at
several Eastern colleges and for-
mer member of an admissions
board of an Ivy League College,
says that in the Ivy League schools
the policy seems to be to restrict
the admission of Jewish MUlfents.
Temple Emanu-El PTA
To Hear Rabbi Lehrman
Parent-Teacher Association of
Temple Emanu-El will open its fall
schedule of events with a member-
ship brunch on Friday, October 1,
10 a.m. at the social hall of the
Temple, according to Mrs. Benja-
min Greene, president.
In addition to the enrollment of
new members, the brunch will of-
fer parents an opportunity to meet
teachers and other stalf members
of the Temple Emanu-El Religious
School.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of the Temple, will address
parents on the importance of the
PTA in congregational life. Mrs.
Cireene will outline the program
of the organization for the year.
Mrs. Raphael Yunes is chairman
of the brunch.
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White is chairman of the dance
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Installation Ball
Temple Israel Young Adults held
their annual installation ball at the
Robert Richter Hotel on Sunday
evening, according to an announce-
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Burns Brings Fresh
Approach to East
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Taiaojraphic Agancy
I'MTED NATIONS Perhaps-
nst important thing that Gen-
eral E. L M. Burns, the Canadian
\n h is the new chief of staff of the
Truce Supervision Organization.
- to Palestine U a fresh ap-,
b to the problems of peace
there. He quite frankly admitted.
he met the United Nations
-ponrients here, that he had
had no previ nis experience in the
Middle East, th..t he had been
once, and then only stopped
I Cairo on his way to India.
oral Bjrn- i- a soldier-cchol-
ar with an interest in international
s and a strong sense of re
sponsibUity. He mu>t have known
a difficult task he was under
2, for when he was a~ked why
he :-ad agreed to thi- "thankless
job." he answered gravely that he
had been asked if he would accept
the appointment by the Canadian
nment and felt thot it wa-
in- uty to do so and to help to
about conciliation between
the 1-raeh- and the Ardb-
-.< his predecessor, General
Vaga Bennike. General Burn- i<
an t.-.gineer and was commi>-ioned
e Royal Canadian engineer
during the Fir-t World War Ar
. he i- one of hi- country'-
ng mapper- and geographer-
and was awarded the Order of the
British Empire [or the work that
he 'id in de-. eloping the aerial
..- Officer in Charge
ol Ih. on "1 thp
General Staff in Ottawa lor s lune
between the m was ptesi-
dent of the Canadian [nstltub M
Surveys in 13361937
During the Second World war.
General Burn- commanded the
First i
.. possible ihat he n '
tiers then
. i Br"
. was th<
lian Corps Lai
over to the Western I
where it joined wi
dian unit- in the I
for the fit
ter the war General Burn-
w. back .....'' "n''r"' "'
' ''
habitation in the Departn i
Veteran- Affairs Some foul
, I, wu ,; ; inted the Deputy
Minister "f the Departmenl
he left thi- p"-t to become head
iof the truce -upeni-n>n organiia-
i tion in Palestine.
The general ha- always been in
terested in the United Nations and
, was a member of the Upited Na
tions Association in Canada
Its beginning He wa- presidi
the Ottawa branch of th.- a -oca
(ion for a couple of year- and but
year was its national president He
was a member oi the I anadian
delegation to the United Nations
; during the Fourth Gent
' My, the one in 1941 he served
mainly on in. Fourth (Trusteeship
Comrn lte<
Kan) English ( who
are born and brought n Moi
Committee Warns
Against Left
Wing 'Invasion'
( .\n extreme left-wing orfanto-
,ion km**. -The.vmm.ttee.for
ihe 300th Anniversary of^ Jewtsn|
Settlement in the I S V has been
formed in New York, it was; re-,
ported by the American Jew.-h
ententan Committee, this
Col Ham Henshel, chairman of
the natiom
the anno
|nel He said that the left
committee maj attempt to distort
lhe pun i rercentenarj
erald Srhwarti
,ch public relations
and member ol the city planning
.,. i member ol the national
ttee was announced bj
Henshel ,
SchwarU uid thai an article ia
Freiheil ommunist-line news-
paper in New York, reported that
the new left wing fcToup plans to
launch it- own observance at Car-i
negie Hall on October 6 Attempt-
in establish district committee- in
order to stimulate local celebra
tions alao will be made. Frcthett
-tated
All South Florida ciuc and re
ligious leaders aaked to -erve on
any 300th anniversary committee
should first clear with the Greater
I Miami Jewish Federation, Schwartz
-.,:,! Rabbi Joseph B Narot ol
Temple Israel, is the chairman ol
the |i i ommittee
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I
Claude Pepper te be Guest
At Zionist District Affair
Coral Gables Zionist District met
Thursday evening at the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center, according to
an announcement by Daniel Cra-
vitt, president.
Seymour B. Liebman, member
*V
-iffr"*
culive committee of Kneseth Israel Congregation photographed this week at a meeting
(seated, left to right) Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Saul Meringoff. president, Abraham Fine-
lie, !;:sl vice president. Standing are Wolf Sirot, treasurer, Louis Dublin, second vice
Bident. Sam Wiener, financial secretary, Cantor Abraham Seif and Isidore Ruppert. third
president.
Irtin Hurwitz
iTake Office
cted in preside over the 20
; chapter of the B'nai
Youth Organization in Great-
ami Martin Richard Hurwitz
Lk. office at the next council
Inc. it was announced this
by Sidney Efronscn, chair-
nl (he B'nai B'rith Youth Com-
rwltz, who is a senior at Mi-
High School and was former
dent ni VZA No. 322. has been
rr of the junior order of
Hutli tor three years,
newly elected president was
rmecl ;it Beth David Syna-
jn>l was a former officer of
Jnited Synagogue Youth or-
He WM recently chosen
i of the week by a
paper.
I elected are Joan
[it. vice president; Judy Of-
n Milling secretary; Joan
pan corresponding secretary;
Heier, treasurer; Lester
tr. -meant at arms: and Joan
I. counsellor.
u Ranch School
srs Many Facilities
|mi Ranch School, five miles
versify of Miami on
di at S\V 108th ave.. is a
ting with a program
'd national acclaim;
ling Col, J. R. Williams,
Irccti r
up to help older boys and
who would otherwise miss
y nity of getting a rapid
h high school course
short lime. Miami Ranch
- among its student
ranging from excep-
|1> i. lented to retarded
pus has 260 acres. The
Id includes football.
ill basket ball, volley ball,
track and a swimming pool.
Is also fishing, hiking, rid-
nating and shooting.
Jackson Athletes
To be Interviewed
Miami Jackson football coach
Roy French and team members Jer-
ry Reams, end, Bill Marina, full-
back. Phil Heaton, quarterback,
and Bill Howard, tackle, will be in-
terviewed by Merle Roberts on
"Sports Hi-Spots," Monday, Sep-
tember 27. over station WINZ.
The Jackson band will supply
the musical portion of the pro-
gram. .
Florida Power & Light Co spon-
sors the quarter-hour Monday night
show, which takes listeners behind
the scenes at Dade County high
schools' sports events, to hear in-
teresting comments from outstand-
ing young athletes. \
nouncement this week by Waren
Soned, director.
Soned. formerly with the Univer-
sity of Miami Department of Art,
is a well known mural painter and
teacher of painting, drawing, crafts
and commercial art.
. Compare
tttUtttt
Art Groups Formed
Adult and junior groups on the
beginning and advanced levels are
being formed now by "Artists An-
onymous," according to an an-
DIET
AT IA
rooB
STOBM
WITH EASI
. with SUSAHINE
not clori in a cr.
lo.dl Id., lor Htch.a
nd lib ill*. Fouroi.
bottlt i-it'-t m o r
thin 700 cbi of colUtl
ICOMMINDIO
IT DOCTORS
Sugary
bbl loaeoh E. Backonky
j MS Michigan Amdui
Miami Beach
Phoae 5-3511
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OVERS
DAILY PICK-UPS
Yrk. Ntw Jersey, PhiU-
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. stea. Providence eft
Mints.
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J COLLIMS AVI.
BOTHERED WITH
. CHINCH BUGS?
t/jt
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Easy te Apply
Seccess Guaranteed
Available at the Manufocterer
CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES
243 $.W. 17th AVI. PH. 2-4444
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GORDON ROOFING AND
SHUT METAl WORKS
H7vr";urrr.f r.p,ir.d n.w: y.u
will save on now "' '*
Builders if Immirtal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
jjook for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurtnond Monument Co.
MARKERS S4AA0 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Oae. S-eey. Mhm H*
of the national executive board of
the zu.\ and president of the
Zionist Organization of the Florida
Federation, was guest speaker.
Also announced was that former
Florida Senator Claude Pepper will
be guest of honor at an installation
dinner of the district on October
17 in the Colosj****staurant. Chair-
man is Max Fried'son.
i

The Israelite Center
3198 S.W. 24th TERRACE
anneonces
That while we extend our very best wishes fa our Members and friends
for a Happy New Year, we deeply regret te have had te turn away so
many people whom wo could not accommodate with seats for the Nigh
Holy Days.
We hope that next year, with the additional facilities that we plan to
have, we shall be able to accommodate hundreds of additional
worshippers.
SfRVfCfS WILL B CONDUCTED BY
MORTON MALAVSKY SAMUEL SALK0W
Rabbi Cantor
Ticket Committee: JACOB SCHIFF, JACOB BROWN
CHAR1IS FIDEIMAN, President
Nappy New Year to Ml Our friends and Customers
Star Pastry Shop
1677 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH _,..
Largest Selection of 3
Cakes, Cookies and
Baked Products
USING FINEST INGREDIENTS
This Pastry Shea Under Rabbinical Supervision
PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
Free Delivery
; Miami and Miami Beach
CALL PHONE 58-7530
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n J?\ QJJA/1'rTYl
hucatissw meats \
&&
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Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD CO.
1733 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-8456
II
cUckod
Vtoee
-
From (ip to toe the McAipia
is bright and fresh. Guest /
room and public space have
been handsomely redeco- J
rated and everything's stew 7
but the rates. They remaia I
thrifty low, makinc the /
McAlpm New York's J
greatest hotel value.
from |4.S0 fJnfto, 7.00 double
HOTIL f iJo.*w* restated,
with both sad radio.
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FRIDAY.
SEPTOjBm.
Youthful Iraveler Views Israel
By DAVID LEHRMAN
EDITOR S N TE David Lehr-
son of Rabbi and Mr> Irwng
man. nsi
ami Beach -
-hman j
ected
Week m Tj!-
in b>'
he address
. -
body on U
n. David hjs jut returned
ad.)
... that 1
I he
rat'., to bi

I as a ]

> fur a sumi i tud> in
group were
- people
-
not seem dm e thai
which p.
had been
ok a
i
I during th-.-<
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made us
i bril-
it IS.....ith "l Haifa
ful Mount Carmel Thi>
in thjt II
ct marrii
and famil "'''h has its
unlike r am quarter* and pn own
gh the wort
ley?, stately mountains ovi Uion it
teem disappointed with the
small number of American >.>ung
who haw come to braal '"
the need
- wonderful as
,i js, it i- the p il [n
;.. theii
and devotion, their single-mil
,i loyaltj and. above all, the
rriendl) -mil.....nd warm per
rywhere
\ ., r bom i" i ""r-
mal life in to '"-' "'
the time. he'P ,n" '"'
remind position
by the countless number of unl-
. which till th. On the
dailj incidents
our
Mnbarked in Haifi i
arrival m Israel, we were mel bj
an armed guard and whisked to
our destination ai quickly i
. nj im io\
Although the Israeli armed t"fce
,. strong t '|H has
many miliurj problems Th. Iran
1 ,> Brit-
built, while
One of the imp. stall has to pay for every
. trip was I kibbutz, pi^,,. Min .,n,| tui|U.( lr,,m its Mm-
livmg and working with it- mem- .. \, ,(,,.. rate, II II
time before the
Arab? will have accumulated an
abundant ?uppl> of arms. And then
. Ah.l Nrael cannot afford to
lose this arms race, even though in
rocem she la severely taxing
her treasury for funds she desper-
ateb n...ls for building a new
country
yes the situation is pressing
and difficult, but I came away with
l feeling of confidence and hope.
Europe is the paM it, i^ i
decadent cit..-. ,i**ji
and pride thern^ive,,^]
les and whiMM-men,*,*
its new buildings. nfwL**l
new citizens and abtw.?*H
derfu. and posni^*|
future lam confide,,,,,,,,^
overcome .11 h(.r {
difficulties and heeomTll
source of !,, for ^ J
Loj<6-|*jfc 9*1 fciWl
MANISCHEWI
gefilte fish!
E|W all the tasalar j
TRADITIONAL ^1^
FOR THI HOLIDAYS ) *!
MM**
MAHISCHlWITZ the greatest name in kosh
iul beachi Althoucl
number of large cil ill. Tel
with it- modern buildir.
streets rank- with anj
ity; while Haifa has a beauty
all it ownitu il 1- on the
shores of th Mediterranean and
extending al' the way up on to
beautiful Mount Carmel.
Jerusalem, however .-the queen
I jewel in its own right, the
capital citj
th- Hebrew University and mo*t
imprtanl ->-r-
as particularly entranced by
eeial sectibi in Jerusalem
which make- >.>u feel u-
you have been tran-ported to
Eur' pe I th a '
fere by the children with
their "pa) -lockings,
their long I
I black
h bats round and fur trim-
med.
Prom Dan to Beersbeba, the
Btorj is the same New land is be-
being laid
to bring water to tin barren N
electricity is being installed
where, factories a**.- being erected
..Is are being completed
'/ VMNT MY MILK"
and be sure it's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOmOGlHIItD
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Doer* Protected
TEt~ 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Vnit Oar Farm at
In* f lira U. end SnapMr Creek
-n-ndou- farm with
p- c.. r n, peanuts,
- It i- a tradi-
kibbutz. and it will be
time before I forget the joy of that
Sabbath i'"'"1
the -inging of uniros, the
spirited dancing
H was m Nil
came in close contact with tl
;-raeli and learned to under
and become a part of his
h..pe- and dream- A- we worked
by -ide in the fields we
talked. We I its
probh its future Mainly
Sugarine Reduces
Calorie Intake
When n will
do well to i r that it i- very,
equals Three
drop- will ol cof-
dart
with
into any hot ..r cold.
..u~e ol its convenience .'-nd
t h i
md lemon-
solved
m th.- bottom ol I
A -v.it many annecesaary cal-
ories -neak into the diet when
sugar is used on fre-h berries,
I sliced fruits or on the morning
I Add a few drop- of Sugar-
ine to a small quantity of the fruit
juice and sprinkle this mixture
over the fruit and allow to stsaad
for a ihort time so that the sweet-
ness will penetrate the fruit
you do thi- for the -ame reason
that you sprinkle fruit with sugar
in advance The flavor i- enhanced
Whin u-ing Sugarinc to iwi
Cereal -imply add a few drop- to
the milk or cream before pouring
il ovef the cereal.
When using Sugarine in recipes.
bear in mind that it can easily be
substituted for sugar when sugar
i- u* eeetni onlj
However, in i Okies and
candy, which depend on sugar for
texture snd form, or in jam- and
jellies where U hai pn
function siiyar cannot tie eliminat-
ed ith abandon This word of
caution sbotri using Sugarine in
the preparation of foods which
need sugar for texture and body
is meant to warn against indiscrim-
inate substitutions
Do not expect in whip up a no-
calorie tudge As even-one knows,
such candy is principally sugar and
liquid cooked up to the proper
syrup consistency. Use sugar for
such delights and lop off calories
by using Sugarine when its use is
simple and logicalST.
BANQUETS WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS. etc.
Strictly Koher Kitchen
I Joarpa a R
Call Saul Herman. 48-OSH
Dl LIDO HOTEL SSSm
/Nivi(v*4> i
Coffee Shop
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Miami Beach
CATERING DIVISION
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PAGE 7 B
LEGAL NOTICI
t^E UNDER FICTITIOUS
rICE NAME LAW
L.r is Hl'KEBY 01\ EN that
I -., lilt lo engage Ill
H,. fictitious name -.r
1 \'i:. ..t nti N ft
I i,, Intenda to register
Id, Hi. Cl.i k "t the <"li -
I ii.ui.- County. Florida
Boll' OW Her
i.<"''
I
lki:
ItuSK HIID.
.<, UARS
St U-. t
I" l-K-15 ___
ItiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is hereby GIVEN thai
,,., mi.-I. deelring. I" engage in
.,.,,1,.; Hi.- Netltloua niiniv i.r
v' siDK KOSHER MBAT8, at
llni- t venue, Miami Beach,
intend I" register said name
B
!'
k of Hi,' t'lrcult Court
luntv, Florida,
.in.II s KOTICK
HKItMAN RACKEAB
ttSTAS
: ,1 .I- Kotlek
ii. Rai gear
ii I.K-1S
Dl
i,
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Is HEREBY GIVEN that
t .1 desiring to engage In
I,. mi.1.1 tin- fictitious name of
|l:i nil i.ai:. at H)7 N.w. nth
Miami Pla., Intend to register
L,i, with tl'v Clerk of the Clr-
.,.111 ,,i iiade County. Florida.
11,1 r K MYKRH
JD'l.MA KATHBRINI! MYKRH
I.Kl: a BARS
... foi Applicants
gv.i I I.i_-1 i Street
K-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN TMnCWJV JUOOE-SR|oURT
1-. /!ei0 FOR DADE COUNTY
JOSEPH KAY, Decea i
I" All Credltora and am Person
tag i uuma ..I Demandi Againat s.,,.i
Y.iii. and each of you, arc hereby
":'"1" ""l required t......m .,,,.,
11...... in.in.N which vou or
.-.Hi. i of you, ,,,.,, have against the
''" 01 ''' oiiniy, Florida, to iit.
II.hi hltANK DOWUNII, i .nun
..... "' Dade County, and rile the
same in in. office in ,i. county
i oferthouse In Dade County, PI.....la
within eight calendai month H from
the data of the first publication here-
of Mid clalma or demandi to contain
the legal addiess ,,f u,.. clalmanl and
to be -..iii to ami presented aa afore-
ima win i. i,.,11. .i.
Date September zo, A.I) r., i
I "ANN IK KAY.
An Adiiiinlslr.ui ix Ol the
Km.it.- ..[
lOSKIII K \Y. I i., ....... |
OEOROECHERTKOF
Atii.rno for Administratrix
9/24 111 1-v r,
LEGAL NOTICE
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
hci: IS HEREBY GIVKN that
I ..i i.-irlng tn engage In
uii.l.r Ihv fictitious num.. of
fell NOVELTIES, at 943-914
|th Ave Miami, Intendu to reg-
ki.i none with the Clark Of the
J : i i.i,i.. County. Fl.ii Ida
Eilli II \K1, DEL PIANO, own.r
B.i:i; ,\ GARB
[r\s f..r Applicant
I
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
kADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26484-B
ESTATE OK
ICKI. IIKITXER. 1 >< ,
St OF INTENTION TO MAKE
IMPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Wen thai I have
.. 11 .hi.i petition f..i
, Admlntalrator .f
, VMI'EL HE1TNER, de-
on Hi.- lal da) of
l a ill appli to tha
|. Vi KKANK BLANTONi
I.. i ..i.i. i fount). i in' -
\ ol said final report
Ke as Admin
of saMI'KL HEIT-
luii ,i ,,f Beptembar, IM4,
BERNARD MAKDKR
(. \ WIIKI M Kit
v.l'inniMialor
___________
[NOTICE TO CREDITORS
HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
UND FOR DADE COUNTY.
|IDA IN PROBATE. No. 3385.A
l i i: i if
/.w BIO, Deceased
i an.I All I'd eon* Hav-
ima .i li.-nianils Against Said
|, an,l ...'li of you, are hereby
I and required to present any
anda w'hlch you, or
have against the
ol IRA ROSENZWEIG. deceaa-
It f'nok County, Illinois, to
I County JiidgeM of Ihide
f file ill.- same in their of-
Tin Hi. I'nunt) Courthouae In
in da, within eight
Bur months from the date of the
| ii hereof. Said cbtlmi
I ......11,.in the legal ad-
"f il>.. i.., ni anil to Mworn
1 .if.ii ,"-hmI, or mime
17, A.D. i-'.t.
I r ,\ \ KPHTE1N
I AilniinlMlrator
Hi. Estate of
ll:\ I 'SKNZWEIU, deceased.
| M \\ .. kapLam
1 n illi r y
' T A.

c.ober 1 January 1
April 1-July 1
MERCANTILE
NATIONAL BANK
of MIAMI BEACH
JERAl OIPOSIT INS CORP.
>uStACH ACCT T01 0.000
coijST nRo.s RyJ
____l< '> llf S I '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to Man in
business und.-i Hi. fictltleua name "f
iiu.MKsi Kirrtii i.\.\. a, ;, s w
40th Street, Intend to register -aid
name with the Clerk of ih.- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
JOSEPH HII.F.Y
EVELYN Itll.KY
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applii-ant
Mil W. Hagler St., Miami, Kta.
9/24 10/1 -s I',
m T^PVCe- T0 CREDITORS
m !e,COUNTY JUDGE8' COURT
Jri^^^? FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33827.B
In It. KST \ l I; ,,|.'
i- ,:nl:xxl'>- "" u;,,|'l' I'.-I
io All i redltora and All Persons Hav-
ilma ... Oemandi ACalnsl Bald
_ V/"1' ,.....' <" <> of von. arc h.-i.l.v
npt'fied and re.......,i i., preai nl any
caiins ,,,i damanda whs ii you, or
ellhii' of you, m.n hav. gjraln I 11
estate- of BENJAMIN siiak. n-i'. de-
..i-,,i late of Itade County, Florida,
to tna Honorable Count) Judcea ol
: "" '',"""> '""| tn.. ni,
tn. n ..in.. ^ in tha County Courthouse
"V '">' .....nty, Florida, withm eight
Jflsndar n.....tha from the date -t the
fln", i'"'......tloji ii.-.....f. said i lalma
or ,i. in.in.is to contain the local ...i-
araaa ,.f tha clalmanl ami to be iworn
I., and |.r,-, n..,| ,,, .,,,.
will be bai
Uat< September 13, A.I>. || ,i
I'INA KHAROPP
As Bxecutrlg ,.f the Last will
and T. -lam. in of
BENJAMIN BHAROVT
MYERS, HE1MAN KAPLAN '
Attorneys for Estate
17-14 in |.|
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 172570
ANNE MAE HKBARDO. Plaintiff.
vs.
JOSEPH V. REllAItlX), Def.-ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yi)l\ J08EPH V RBBARDO, North
Avenue, West Iterlln. New Jers,
hereby reipili..! to ~.,\.- ., 0ODV of
your Answer to a Mill of Complain)
for Divorce on Plaintiff*! Attorney,
Robert J, Lewlaon, 704 Blacayne
BulMlnar, Miami. Florida, and file
tha original with the clerk of the
aiim.. atylad Court, on or befor.....
tober IS, ItSi oi Default win be
,.ni.re,I against \.iu.
I ted al Miami, l-l.ii Ida, this IS day
of Sepl |M4
E. It l.EATHKMM i.\,
Clark, in. ni Court
JOAN COl'RNOYER,
Deputy i'lei k
'I7-?I II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslne.-s under the fictitious name of
ABC UPHOLSTERERS, al Dade
County. Ha., Int. nils to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Da.le County, Florida
A B C REK1NIHHERH a
l I'iloi.sricitKlts. inc.
_.___ A Florida Corporation
GEVET *; OBNBT
Attornaya for Appliuint
9/17-J4 in l-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the iiu'ieisixii.'ii. deairltu to angiaja in
business under tha fictitious n..... of
RBPROART CO., at IU N.W. 1-t
Street, Intend to relst. i said name
with the Clerk of the eh. uit Court of
Dade Couniy, Florida.
GEORGE TRENCHER
PHILLIP A. I'Kl.I'MAN
Bole ow i.
9/17-38 in I-I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....f
PAT'S BUfiCTRIC CO.. at *17 H W.
lal Street. Miami. Florida, int.mis to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
O. J. PATTERSON
HARVEY R. KLEIN
Attorney for I'at's Electric Co.
703 Hisva\ne Building, Miami, 11a.
a/17-i.'t 10/1-*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33531-B
In It. STATE i >l
Ji ISEPH HAEIi, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demandi Agalnat Said
Estate.
You. and COi h of you ..... In i. In
notified and required to present any
l.iini- and item,ihI- vslu.h i nu, or
.if you, ma) hat** asalnat tha
state of JOSEPH BAER, deceased
late ..f Dade County. Florida, i" tha
Honorable County Judges ..i Dada
Count)', and tile the same in their of-
fn .s iii tin Count) Courthouae in
Phi. County, Florida, within eight
oalendai months from the date ol the
fn al publication hereof Said la lm
or demanils t......main the legal nd-
draaa of th.- claimant and t" ba .-worn
to ami presented a......" "aid, ." aaine
will be barred. Bee Baction 7:13.1* ol
the inc. Probate Act.
Dute September th, A D. l5.
HAIUd.D Z1NN. .,
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
JOSEPH BAER, Deceased.
BCHWARZ A ZINV
All..rln v t'.. Exei i.....'
!i 17-.-4 -^ 10/1-S _____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 172401
MICHAEL Gl'ARINO, Plaintiff
tiikkksv i;i tRINO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THERESA GCARINO
44 Hryanl St.
Newark, Sea Ja aey '
v,. al- herebj ...........i thai a BIB
of c.mi.ia.ii. for Dl ;;"
filed against >... and you a. e .*I dr-
..,1 t,, .. i \. a opi of S."" ^ni
pteaSl! B'll of ;'">':;':"'"
the plaintiff- Attorney, '' V x: vv
vine, ah......> ati.... ;"
12th a,, n.ie. Miami. Plo Ida. ""I "
,,. original Anawer or '; "' f .. .'
,,,.. offlcs of the Clerk of the mm
Court ,.,, ... before too 11 th *
:. IW4 If ><>u fa io do bo.
.gainst you for the ,.-i,. demaBdad
11,11 of Complallil
This notice slw.ll be pui.l -h. .1 m.
each Vv
in THE JEWISH r*IA)RIDIAN.
'"DONE tND ORDERED Miami.
,1..,la. thll I da) ol S.pt.ml.er. A.D.
'*" E B. I.EATHERMAN.
,l,,k. 1'ir.iiit Court.
Dade County. "'"I''" ...
Iiv WM W. ETOCKINO.
(Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk
/I0-17-M 10/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 172097
.MAIKiARET VALIANT ROGERS.
Plaintiff
vs.
JAMES I.YuX ROGERS, JR.
1 ef..|idant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES LYON ROGERS, JR..
i "i i'.in-.,it..n a,tnue
Ruxton, Baltlm...... Maryland
Yill' ARE HEREIIY NoTIKIEIi
tii.it a Bill of i'omplainl for lllvon e
has been filed gajainsl you, ami you
' > I>\ I | L| 1 .| I ..I,. \
ni your answer or otherwise plead to
il of Complaint for Divorce on
tn.. attorni i for the Plaintiff, AARI >N
M. KANNER. 189 Bnorelaad Building,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of -in h answer or pleading in the
office or Hi- i 'lark "i tha < "In uit
Couri in and for Dade County, Flor-
ida i' Miami. Florida, on or before
the ti h da) of i.'toier. i:> i
If you fail to do bo judgment by
default will li.- taken against you for
th.- i.ii.i demanded in the Bill of
i 'omplainl for I dvoi ct
Dated al Miami. I lorida, this L'Tth
day of Auffuat. IS4
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
I 'a.I,- bounty, Plot Ida
B) wm w stocking:
Deputy ci.-i k
AARON' M KANNER, Ksty.
Attorney foi the Plaintiff
2V shoreland Bldg.. Miami, Florida
S/3-10-17-1'4 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
CADILLAC COSMETICS AND PER-
Fl MES, ,n UtM S.W. tilth Avenue,
Intend tn register said name with the
ci.ik of Ho- Circuit Court ot Dadi
County, Florida.
HARRY KLEIN
N. GEORGE Z1EGAKR
MORTON M in:ic:i:i.
Aitiuney f..r Appllcanta
19 W. Hauler St.
9/3-10-17 :t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the illlitel'sllllled. desiring t.. tflBnJ'B In
business undei the rictitioua nan.....f
WAI.TIIAI.I. S 8CNDRY. at I8S4
N u -,iii Avenue, intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of th.- Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
IS'MAl: FRED PICK
Sol.- owner
R GARS
s for Applicant
Mauler St.
u
KESSI.K
Attorney
I7s; w
:i, 1-10-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
I.. C. HUGHES and L. C, HCGHES
SERVICE STATION, at ZSOS SW 27th
Ave., intend to register said name
with the Cleik of the Circuit Court
of Dad.- County, Florida,
TIlo.MAS .1. WATSON
HAFP1E HUGHES, Sole Owners
MERMAN MRKTA.N
Alt.......y f.u Applicants
\\ Flagler St.
9/3-10-I7-:'!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EVER READY WATER HEATER
MEG. CO., at S0 N.W. 14th St., Mi-
ami. Florida. Intend to register tha
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dude County. Florida.
NATHAN STRAI'SS
GRACE STRAI'SS
9 3-10-17-34 I
NOTICE UNDER-FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE STUDIO CRAFT SHOP, at 3109
Grand Ale Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
LOUIS AMOROSO III. Owner
MARLOW, SINNAMON A MAItl.oW
Attorneys for Appli.ant
-i,i Langford Bldg.
9/S-10-17-I4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to eiigane In
business under the fr.tiiioiis name "f
STANLEIGH'S. at :'IU I'once de
l.,,.n Blvd., 'oral inioles. Fhi in-
tends to regtatei paid name nrltb the
Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of Dada
County, rtorlda.
STANLEIGH'S COVE, INC.
. \ Florida CorporaJionJ
9/3-10-17 .'I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CURCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172202
SEYMOUR FRIEND, Plaintiff,
ESTELLE FRIEND, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I', i ESTEIJ.E FRIEND
loo ocean Parkway
Hrooki>n. Ni' York, New \nrk
You are herein notified that a Hill
of Complaint for I"
filed again*' >"' ""' ^"ll a"' r,',i"'1-
eil to scive a OP) .if your Ans". t 01
i niin. to the Bill "f ''"".'i'1;"'',' '.''
the plaintiff's Attorney, STANLEY
IOEL LEV1NE ''":' Lincoln Road, Ml-
ami Beach, Florida, and file the orig-
inal Misw.r or Pleading In the office
of the clerk of the ch, uit Court pn
. i fore the tin da) "f October, lM
it vou fall to 'i" -" t'i'it"" n( b) *
fault will ba taken against ; i i-e; the
relief demanded In the Hill M I '"<-
''"his notice Miall be published onca
each week for four consecutiw
In THE JEWISH FIAIBIDIAN
DONE v.NP ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, lbl Hal da) of August, A.D.
1,M' r B I.EATHEIt.MAN.
Clerk, Circuit Curt.
I...oe County. Florida
IU It H. RICE, lit
,,,ull Court Seal> nJ!gWgLi '''k
STANLEY JOEL I.EMNh. ESy.
Attorney for I'lainitfr
i.oln Road, Miami Beach, Ha.
/J.10-17-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgnad. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious na..... ..t
COUNTY BAJt. at 7371 W. Flagler St ,
Dade County, intends to register -aid
name with the Clark of the Circuit
Com t of Dad.- County. Florida
STANLEY METZ
KES8LER & GARS
Attoi ne) h for Applicant
11'.' \\. Flagler St.
: 10-17-24 m 1
LEOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
th.- undersigned, desiring to eiiu
bualness under the fictitious na
II A It INVESTMENT, al S16 N VV.
(th s'lieei, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the <
Court of Dade County, Florida
ELI ROSOVVSKY
MORRIS B. HORVYI1 Z
MORTON M BEIOEL
At torn. \ 'm AppHcantfl
19 W. Hagler St.
I/I-J0-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tht undersigned, desiring to engage in
-i under the fictitious nai
JOYETTE AI'TS. al 3II" W. [
si Intend to register, -aid nami
the i I.i k ..f the Cn. nil Curt ol 11 Ida
County, Florida,
JOSEPH & YETTA WIN1K
Sole < iwners
KESSLER A- CARS
Attorney a for Appllcanta
17VL.' W Hagler St.
9,3-10-17-^4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
buaineaa under the t tame <,t
LORD DANIEL SPORTSWEAR, at
:il'7 We-i Flagler street. Miami, Fla .
intend tn register -aid name with the
clerk ,.f the circuit Court of Dadi
County, Florida,
NATHAN ZWITMAN
ALVIN H LEVENSON
HAROLD BTRDMPF
Attorna) for Applicants
.17 Seybold liuiiding
I 310-17-1'4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.i engage ">
Inisiness under the fictitious nan.....t
HALLMARK LABORATORIES, at
7773 Tatum Watenraj Drive, Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
-aid name .with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BEATRICE B MARTEL
Sole owner
'i in-l 7-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualness under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA .MOTORS, at 1437. N W
:ith Street, Miami, Florida, intends
to register an Id name with the Cl.rk
Of the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
FLORIDA AUTO SALES, INC.
J. 10-17-24 I" 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring,to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STVRTIES OF MIAMI, al 919 N.W.
62nd Street. Intend t.i register said
name with the Clerk ol the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES TERMIN iO*
ESTHER KA88AB 7.11'i
ROBERT .1 LEWISON
Attorne) for Snortlea of Miami.
9,10-17-24 1" I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File &1SS0
Notice is herebi given thai Na-
thaniel W SIEGED and JULES
I'EARLMAN nn undivided one ball
Interest each, holders as assign---- "f
City of Miami Tax Sale Cert 11 ate
Numbered Jts7. dated the -mi da (
June, A.D. 197.'-'. has filed Bald Certifi-
cate In my office, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed to issue tlle:,..'i
ii accordance with law. said c. tlfi-
cate embraces the following dea- rlbttd
property, situated in Dade Count>,
Florida, to-wit:
Lot IX, Block 46, .Silver Bluff
K.-taies Section c. Plat Book
1", Cage ".. In the City of .\: -
ami, County ot Dade. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said propi
under th,. Certificate loaned a in
the name of Unknown. Unless agld
Certificate shall he redeemed ......
Iiik 10 law, tax deed will issue the----- i
.n the nth day of October, A.D IM4.
Dated this 1st day of Bepti
A.D. 197,4.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clei k ,.f ('n < uit 'oiirt.
I lull- i 'mini v, t lorida
B) N C. STERRE'
icireiiit Court Seal I 1 MfAlt) I
: 3-10-17-24 U/l____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thHt
thi undersigned, desiring to engag
business under the fictitious name of
HALLMARK LABORATORIES^al |00
W< i Avenue, Miami Beach, Flo
intends to register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of D
* 'mint \, Florida
UK MARRY OER8HON MAR
S.ile I >\\ lie:'
'.' :1-|ii-I7-24_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tha undersigned, desiring to angagi
bualness under the tlctitloua nan
CORAL CITY CAMS, at SIS NE 171st
St., No Miami, intends to registg
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of I lade Count) Flo
'DAVID HAROLD DAVIS, Owner
MAI. EN'GLANPER
Attorney for Applicant
I I7-1'I in l-S________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,.f
A B C REFIN'ISHERS. at Dade Coun-
ty, FM., intends to register said nanot
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dalle County. Florida.
ABC REEINISIIERS sc
UPHOLSTERERS. INC
A Florida Corporal a.n
GENET & GENET
Attorneya for Applicant
i^ii Lincoln Boad
9 I7.'4 10/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to mt i
business under the fictitious name of
Al. AND ABE SCRAP IRON AND
METAL, a Florida rorporatlon, at
Ml .ih street, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida. Intends t., regietej said name with
the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of
Dade County*, Florida.
AL AND ABE, INC
By AMK N GOODM \n. I'i.
- r VNI.KY JOEL I.KVINK
\tt,.rlie\ f. ii Al An.I Ahe, Inc.
9 3-10-17-24
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Music Memory
Contest Slated
At' con
rjf .r.d j
high
noaBCCd this eek by Mr- Claude
vice president of
!he I -f Miami $raaftMer
Club.
Mr- A JodsOD Hill, c
'
- al! elementary ar
hat the c
pen or. Friday after-
October 8 and Saturday
morning. October 9. and ra
fr.ur consecutive Fndav- and Satur-
days ending October 29 and 30.
ient from elementary'
and junior high grade* in public
lial and private sen.,
eligible to enter
The Friday aflcrnoea
aerie* will be held from 4 30 to
5 30pm at Booker T Washington
Junior-Senior High School. 1200
N'.v 8th i ft St h u!d enter
on the opening date Friday. Octo-
ber 8. and attend for the succeed-
three Friday afternoon ses-
sions
Prizes (or the beM muic I
ory -'ud^nt- will be awarded on
the last Friday. October 29
Name- of the commentator and
panel of judges will be announced
lat'-r Mr- Ren-haw -aid
Th- Saturday morning -eric- will
open October 9 and run from 10 to
11 am for four successive Satur-
day-, ending October 30
Student- should enter at the fir-t
session at the Mayfair Theatre.
1605 Biscayne blvd
Mia Marion Burdine. music cri-
tic, will comment on the Saturday
morning series.
Judge- will include Miss Billie
O'Day. radio commentator and mu-
sician: Mr-. Don- Reno and Ed-
ward Ireland, mu-.ic critic-; Mi--
Burdine: and Mr- Hill. Full de
tail- and an announcement of
prizes will be made at the opening
-.---ion October 9
Mr- Leland Hyzer, president of
the Miami Music Club, is Misting
Mr- Hill in the a--emb!y of prize-
for the winning contestants
Convention Delegates
Revealed Here
Henn B V
S.mci H.tel. Miami Beach, i
i the Southea-t Branch, w.ll
head the de'.e.
. biennial conveattoa Of
the National Women- League of
he Batted >* f America
t he held November 14 through
18 at the Hotel Cleveland. I
land, O. where an attendar.
'..000 delegate- from all parts
Inited States and Canada is
anticipated
Open my heart unto Thy
Torah." a prayer from the tradi
tional Jewish dsil> service, is 'he
theme tar the convention The
League which represents over 600
rboods. ha- a membership of
mure than 160.000 women
Al-o de-ignr.ted as detega'
the Southeast Branch are th. M. -
dames Jo.-eph Horonts. cultural
vice president. We-t Miami Ji
Center Sisterhood: Mai Rubin.
president. West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood. Harold H Bi
president. Beth Da', id Sisterl
Abe Fine, pre-ident. and Nati
met. vice president. Sisterhood
Temple Sinai, Jewish Center of
Hollywood: and Harry Levitt,
pre-ident. Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholem. Hollywood.
>jeiitkii*2L
Danboum Named
To Board of
Brandeis Group
WALTHAM MASS B r
Miami, pr > ; "
.m. inc. beverage dbrtrtbu-
or- ha* been named a member oi
the national board of the Brandeis
Lmversitj Associates, It ws
nounced here i>> Milton Kiln, of
n national chairman of the,
nation
lanCorpor-
ation and i director ol lAt
h committee and the
Community Chest, Danbaum a a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the Greater Miami Jewlsl
ration and of the citiiens com-
mittee of the Universttj ol Miami..
Brandeis University AssoeuUi
is a nationwide men s urganiza-
siSSLi^jgJ
Letters To The Edit*
Editor, The Jewi-h Floridian:
not nader Leon Honig be Ufo
ha, |, with the local Rabbinical Av
Nictation lor condemning overnight
l|..use- "f Worship which spring up
during our holiday season These
spiritual leaders must make a liv-
ing in fhur calling on an all-year-
round basis They are not to be
wholly blamed for the humanity in
them seeing in these fleeting syna-
gogues loss of revenue.
The Old Testament discloses in-
numerable instances of our priests'
ordaining in the name of God se-
curity for them-elves. These feath-
er bedding gentry often ran head-
on Into our Prophets who told them
if but suffered for their hrash-
ness.
Dr. Hurwitz Returns
To Resume Teaching
Dr Joseph J Hurwitz. instructor
of Hebrew at the Universit) ol Mi-
ami, has returned from New York
to resume his teaching duties.
During the summer, he pur.-ued
post-doctoral research at Colum-
bia University in early Judaeo-
Chn-tian relationship!
At the U of M Dr. Hurwitz will
teach a course entitled "Religions
of the World "
In addition, he is scheduled to
teach a course in Hebrew under
University Fvening Division aus-
pice- at the Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation
Dr Hurwitz -erved a- instructor
of Hebrew literature at Bo-ton
College and i- now alas a member
of the faculty at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
The Rabbi- carry u_.
stream of time Jem
but they are not the ,k..,^|
eraof^hat.j^Hfi
faithful I-ra., ^.^1
thsn they Ye shall bT*'
kingdom of pru
About "excessive"
synagogues on the t
Days. Honig should kt h?i
conscience and his enliikV
derstandinu guide him. I
better sanction can be
in Micah 68. "He baft]
thee. 0 man. what is (M
what doth Jehovah nsjfS
but to do justly, and to s
ness. and to walk repente
thy god?"
Lewis Moitaj'
Registration Increased
At Temple Emanu-El
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. this
week revealed "that an overwhelm-
ing increase is evident in the en-
rollment of students in the Tem-
pi. Religious School, now that
registration is nearing comple-
tion."
Over 150 new student- have
been enrolled, necessitating the
engagement of an additional teach-
er in the daily Religious School
New -taff member is Paul Kwit
ney. son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Kwitney Perach, well known edu-
cator-.
"The tremendous growth in the
student body is apparent in the
confirmation class, which will con-
list of over 50. boys and girls."
Rabbi Lehrman said. This will be
the largest confirmation class in
the history- of the Temple.
Saul Rabin, educational direc
tor. i- available for consultation
w:'h parents.
Classes Resumed
Men's athletic classes resumed
at the Beach Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
1536 Bay rd.. on Sunday A- In the '
past, the program consists of
weightlifting. paddleball. basket
ball, football, softball and a variety'
of other activities.
lion serving six-year-old Brandeis
University in the role of "foster
alumni."
National hoard members will
serve for a term of one year and
will be consulted in the formula-
tion of policy for the associates on
a national ba-is Chapters of the
associates' have been organized in
communities across the country.
in the fail. Brandei- University
will number an undergraduate -tu
dent body of 900 young men and
women drawn from states through-
out the nation. Some 100 students
will be enrolled in the year old
Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences under the chairmanship
of Dr Max Lerner
Dromedary Dates
Sweeten New Year
The wish for a sweet New Year
is as old as the holiday celebration
itself. And from earliest times, as
ilv natural in a region where
dates were the native sweetmeat,
the choicest of these dates were an
intimate part of the Rosh Hashona
tradition.
These are the dates Dromedary
brings today, to enjoy as part of|
the traditional High Holiday ob-
servance. Tender, meaty and lus-
cious, they are the world's choicest
datesthe fruit with a 5.000-year
pedigreesun ripened to a rich,
deep golden color, then picked at
the peak of maturity and pasteur
ized to protect their purity and
delicate flavor
Today, more than ever, as the
holidays draw near, Dromedary
are in demand in Jewish
homes to symbolize the hope for a
truly sweet year, as well as to pro-
vide a uniquely wholesome, energy-
rich sweet treat for the entire
family.
Processed and packed by the
makers of famous Dromedary
Kosher Cake Mixes, which have
proved such a boon to Jewish
housewives in their holiday baking
and throughout the year. Drome-
dary Dates are available at all
neighborhood grocers, supermar-
kets and chainsST.
Essen Moves Offices
Ben Essen. Miami attorney, this
week announced the removal of his
offices lor the general practice of
law to 1014 Seybold building. Mi-
rWf-Rcrte for Srwhtj
Available at Concent
Mrs. Marie Volpe, busistaj
ager for the I'niversity oil
Symphony orchestra, j
this week that a special
rate is available to ja
senior high school studenUi
teachers for the I'M via*]
phony series of nine
The new plan lor
applies only to the Sundtyi
concerts at the Miami Bead]
torium in the higher
tions D through AA.
Reservations must be
the season's nine coocatj
before October 30. Tk
available at the university J
phony office only Paressi
wish to accompany their i
will pay the regular senaj
Mrs. Laura Goldstein, i
of the project for the I'ssj
of Miami Symphony Club. I
notices of the special rate |
music teacher, in all paste,!
chial and private srboib.
Goldstein urged imme**r|
vatfons.
The winter series open I
Miami Beach Auditorium
day evening. October 31.
Bitter, conductor, on the]
Outstanding guest artists i
pear at each of the nine!
throughout the winter.
Mr. Howard Doolin,
of music for the Dade C
lie School System,
with Mrs Volpe and Mn|
stein in this program.
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