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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|28 Number 41
>rk Times Correspondent Reports
let Destroys Jewish
traditional Existence
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
IK (JTA) The first
Input of the anti-Jew-
in conducted in the
under the Stalin re-
effect on the Jewish
I there was published
the New York Times
kw correspondent, Har-
kisbury, who has just
[the United States af-
five years in the
been three serious
drives jn the Soviet
la-t 15 years, each of
|B\ frnment-iitspired
men! instigated," Mr
H>rted. "Two of those
ed within the last five
third was a war-time
"These calculated
Jgainst the Jews, to-
he horrible extermina-
>ut on Russian terri-
feVorld War II by the
ke virtually wiped out
lunal and cultural life
I'nion. where, in the
the revolution, it had
siderable encourage
k< remain in only a
kjgest cities. In Mos-
population of several
asand Jews, there is
all synagogue, which
prcrowded at the time
holidays. In the for-
enter of Minsk, there
nagogue. The same is
ka. where many Jews
though numbers were
the East during the
lampaign of 1948-49
|ldest Jewish commu-
Bukhara that dates
or seventh century.
to survive. Services
Debate Requested in Security
Council on Suez Canal Issue
are still held in the ancient syna-
gogue on the Street of the Jews."
The NY. Times correspondent
said that "it seems highly unlikely"
that anti-Semitism will be resorted
to in the foreseeable future by the i
Malenkov regime which acted to
end "the most vicious machina-
tions that had been instigated in
Russia in recent times"the "doc-
tors plot" in which a group of Jew-
ish doctors were accused of con-
spiring against the Kremlin
However, as far as Jewish reli-
gion and Jewish culture is poncern-
ed. the present government's be-
nign policy toward Jews comes al-
most too late," Mr. Salisbury re-
ported. "There is little left to pre-
serve. The Jews have been too
Widely scattered and too harshly
nerseruted simply because of the
fact that they are Jews, to make
any early revival of either custom
Continued on Page 2
V
hum ColWmaim
WASHINGTONThe record' of
the 83rd Congress in enacting leg-
islation to end racial inequality has
been decried as "woefully inade-
quate" by Shud Polier, chairman of
the National Executive Committee
of the American Jewish Congress.
While noting that the 83rd Con-
gress "was no worse than its pre-
decessors," Polier pointed out that
the new Administration's failure
to put through an "affirmative pro-
gram" on civil rights, "no matter
how minimal." was particularly
"disappointing."
In a statement analyzing the rec-
ord of the 83rd Congress. Polier
noted that little or no headway had
been made by either the House or
the Senate on all the standard
items of the civil rights program.
The bipartisan F.E.P.C. bill intro-
duced in the House and the Senate
under the leadership of Senators
Irving Ives (R.-N.Y.) and Hubert ft
Humphrey (D., Minn) .received no
attention in the House. Polier said.
"In the Senate, committee hearings
were held a year after the bill was
introduced and a favorable report
was issued at the end of April.
1934. This was, of course, far too
late to obtain Senate action in view
of the inevitable filibuster."
A "voluntary" F.E.P.C. bill with
no enforcement provisions was in-
troduced by Senator Everett Dirk
sen (R.-Ill.) on the first day of the
Eban Expects
To Seek Talks
With Vishinsky
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Is-
rael this week demanded that the
Security Council re-open discussion
of the Suez Canal issue "at an
early date." Addressing a letter to
the president of the Council, Is-
rael pointed out that last week's
illegal seizure of its merchant ves-
sel Bat Galim by the Egyptians has
again underscored the "acute"
situation resulting from the Egyp-
tian blockade of the Suez Canal
against Israel traffic.
Ambassador Abba Eban, head of
the Israel delegation at the UN,
will in all probability seek to con-
tact the Soviet delegation to estab-
lish the current views of the Sov-
iet Government on freedom of nav-
igation through the Suez Canal.
Last March, during an earlier com-
plaint by Israel against Egyptian
interference with Israeli shipping.
Soviet delegate Andrei Vishinsky
vetoed a resolution demanding that
Egypt end the blockade.
It is understood that Ambassa-
1953 session. Polier said, but no Nothing came of this measure or dor Eban has discussed with the
hearings were held on the bill un-1 the more sweeping revision earlier delegations of the Western Powers
til 1954. "Nothing- came of these proposed in a bill introduced un- their views on the latest Egyptian
hearings and the companion bill in [ der Democratic sponsorship by I action, and that the United States
the House made no headway at Senator Herbert ft Lehman (D- and Britain promised to back Is-
atl," Mr. Polier commented. I N.Y.). No committee hearings were !' protests and its demand for
Although .bill prohibiting se-1 held on either of these Mil, in P-age *"">";
Children harvest fruit in a Youth Aliyah village in Israel. Of
Indian origin, they greet the Sukkoth festival for the first time
as citizens of the Jewish State.
Legislation of 83rd Congress on
Inequality Viewed 'Inadequate'
curity Council requesting
Egypt call off the blockade.
(In Israel, eight members of the
.'i i i M'm;, i i a iiiii yi win i n i i i _, j*.- i------------ ------ ------.--------
gregation in interstate transporta-, cither chamber," he declared,
tion was favorably reported to the i Concluding his analysis of Con-
House on July 23. the House Rules jgress' legislative record. Mr. Polier
Committee kept the bill from stated: "There is little to be gained Israel Parliament, all Herat Party
reaching the floor for a vote, Pol-' by attempting to assess blame for deputies, signed a petition to
ier reported. "The bill would cer-' inaction in an equally divided Con-! Speaker of the Knesset Joseph
tainly have made more progress if: gress. Neither can we find any sol- Sprinzak demanding that he call an
it had had vigorous support from j ace in the classic advice to the dis- j extraordinary session of Parlia-
the White House," he commented. j appointed, "wait until next year.' I ment, currently on recess.)
Congress' failure to revise the
1952 McCarran-Walter Immigration
Act, despite President Eisenhow-
er's pre-election statement that the
act "must be rewritten," was equal-
ly disappointing, Mr. Polier com-
mented. "No bill to amend the law
was introduced by Republican lead-
ers during 1953. We were given in-
stead a Refugee Relief Act that has
disappointed the hopes of even its
most ardent supporters."
Sukkoth Observance Monday Eve
Comments on Wanderer's World
AJP
A small temporary structure,
erected hurriedly from incidental
materials, some thin boards, a
tinues to be unconquered. This
paradox of survival under cata-
strophic circumstances represents
the mystery of our whole life's
RHuvraaiai ~... ...... ----- work, it symbolizes in miniature
ardent supporters. layer of branches and twigs to | form ,he patn o{ our history and
A group of Republicans, led by j sen* as a roof sheltersuch is the the phenomenon of our national ex-
Senator Kes introduced a bill pro-! Sukkah. the humble booth or ta-1 istpnce
pos ng comprehensive revision of bern.clewh.ch serves as he pro-, The hoIiday Sukkoth, known as
EtbrVlS Walter Act in April.: visional home for the Jewish fam-, th F t of TaDernacles, which
1954PoU*ItdTdnot go so during the eight days of the ^^ on Monday evening, repre.
SuKkon festival.
The Jewish Sukkah this ab- .
struse phenomenon of weakness the Diaspora,
and strength, of youth and old age
__has survived all storms and con-
far, as to eliminate the national
origins quota system but it did
propose mitigation of the rigors of
that system under which thousands
or visas are wasted each year.
begins on Monday evening, repre-
sents and expresses the true sym-
bol of Jewish life in the Galut, in
?d for Strengthening Israel's Integration in Nearjjagt
Tahum Goldmann Honored on 60th Birthday
IRK (JTA) Dr. Na-
|ui'.n. chairman of the
ru >. this week told an
leaders of all the
tips in this country
najor and crucial ob-
nng the Zionist move-
[ are the establishment
ciprocal relations be-
ews of Israel and Jew-
lit ies throughout the
ell as the integration
the Near East set-
lish leader addressed
more than 400 persons at a re-
ception at the Hotel Delmonico.
given by the American Zionist in
honor of his 60th birthday Birth
day tributes were paid Dr. Gold
mann by Rabbi Irving Miller,
chairman of the Zionist Council,
as well as by the presidents or
representatives of the eight Zion-
ist organizations affiliated with
the Council. Other speakers in-
cluded Mrs. Rose Halpnn, vice
chairman of the Jewish Agency;
Avraham Hannan. Israel Consul
in New York; and Louis Lipsk>,
chairman of the American Zion-
ist Committee for Public Affairs.
Dr. Goldman told the audience
that "the relationship between
Israel and world-Jewry implies
more than financial and moral
support; it implies creative part-
nership in a renascence of He-
brew culture centered in Israel,
manifold spiritual involvement,
reciprocity, mutual respect and
readiness, on the part of Zionists,
to participate personally and di-
rectly in the model society which
we seek to establish in Israel."
Speaking about the need of
bringing about the integration of
Israel in the Near East setting.
Dr. Goldmann said: "Our roots
began there. Israel's latest peace
offers accompanied by such prac-
tical measures as the unfreezing
of Arab refugee funds in Israel
banks are further evidence of her
determination to obtain complete
integration. She will not be dis-
couraged or deterred by tensions,
provocations and psychological
difficulties, none of them of Is-
rael's creation."
It is. without the least doubt, a
proper definition of the meaning
of this holiday. We are a people
whose destiny has been to "sit in
the Sukkah." i. in temporary
homes, so as to continue our wan-
derings. We have no safe solid-built
house in any land, we live every-
where in provisional homes.
The Jewish people is forced to
lead an itinerant life, to wander
from one place to another, and yet
we are fully entitled to say the
blessing "to sit in the Sukkah" in
connection with our wanderer's life
because it is so different from that
of all other nations. We are strang-
ers everywhere, and yet do not
feel strange. The Jew is at one and
the same time a stranger add an
inhabitant in every land. This de-
scription of the Jew is not novel;
it was observed by Our Father
Abraham in Biblical times.


PAGE 2
irnt fhrH&r__
i^DAIOCTO*,.,
Soviet Destroys Jewish
Traditional Existence
Continued from P*?e 1
.-. likely or even te<>-
fir-t recent anti-Semitic out-
break :n the Soviet I'nior.
: r the beginning
. : World War II Mi
ed It' rrv 'ulr mu
tion was the circulation in M
o: rumors that the Jew- are de-
It Ud- -aid that
rich Jews had bought pla'
the evacuation train- and fled to
the I
The truth was that the govern-
1 had evacuated a num-
i rich Jews' arti-t- singers
and writer* in a general organ
i7t-d movement of certain classes of
intelligent.-ia." the NY Time- wr-
it -pendent stated "The rumor-,
actually had been started by the
r.ment in order to divert the
'ment of the vast majority of
Muscovites who were being left
behind Fos-ibly to 'he IMipiit
Of the government, the anti-
SemHk report! -now-balled to -uch
an extent that many department
chief- began to di-charge all Jews
from their -taff- Froie-sor- were
relieved of their university po-t-
Many Jem lost their deferred
ttatai and were inducted into the
el Armj
A man serious government-iB-
1 campaign agam-t Jews -tart
ed seven rears later, in it4B-4f.
under th<- ma-k of "co-moi
the correspondent n
he reported, \irtu
. -i.i or
h communitic- and
Jewish cultural life ir
The Jewish lai
M v, a -
as were Yiddish new*
Minsl
.-h theatres in Mo cow, Mm-k and
closed I
organizations were dissi
ible numbers of Jews in Biro-
bidzhan were transferred out of the
- called Jewish Autonomous Ob-
IN THE MAIL
1 hi J< .' :-h Flondian:
in the greetings of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association for
ii i: -ii Ha hona edition, the
names ol Rabbis Abraham i
d Loui ( i.....I. of Torah Tem
pi-. who are members "I the Bab
lunical A--oci.ition. were omitted
Would won please insert thT-ir
and greetings in your next
RABBI SIMON APRIL
denl "i the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
' 1

In Moscow, many
their
nd pu- enterprises
Many government departments
quietly introduced regulatn-n-
aga,n-t h..-.
The heaviest blows fell on
Ii It *i-h center of Mm-k
and ir. the already largely mori-
bund Jewish AuUnmom
Birobirtzha.i which at thi- time
lewisfc character
All Jewish cultural activiti. -
wiped out About the only
that remained, a- [ron the
name of the oblatt, were Viddi-h
street sign-, a tiny synagogue
'probably organized by the M V [>
in order to keep a cassKf uatrh on
religionists p. and a Viddi-h paper
that appeared intermittently with
a few hundred copie-
The reason for this tempe't
against the Jews apparently va<
fear that they were not completely
loyal to the Soviet Union and eon-
stituted a security risk. Mr Salis-
bury assumed The fear probablv
had its foundation in the demon-
strations given by Moscow Jew- to
,the first Minister from I-rael. Mrs
Golda Myerson. on her arrival Id
'Moscow Jew- r the hundreds
queued up at her office in the
Metropole Hotel They blocked the
street- out-inV Mosoow'l synagogue
when she went to there."
Mr SaU-bur> reported that many
.! wi from (h<- Ukraine an
loru--ia have been lent to far
wrthern Yakutia with it' perm-
subsoil and its dark
:rigid winter-, while Tartars
are beiiu Bm.bid/han
Bj Jews in the
k during his
..... o| Ihem
-
then
Municipal Smde*
Appoint vd H*>rv
a municipal JU
app...' J "''
last ..
\ Friedman, 40. and
(hark- H Snowden. 32
(,.rmer Miami Edi-
nd University of I
rJman, prominent in B'nai
B'nth work, i- a gradu.,'. I Ml
ami Senior High School He at
niversit) ol Miami
and received hi- law degree at the
( Universal) of Honda in 1935
Friedman lives with hi- wife and
three children at 3001 SW 2nd
eve
Sisterhood Meeting I monthly card party ^
Sisterhood Ol the North Shore '>->" 10. 8 p -
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Proceeds ior Israel
Stephen Wise < hapter of the
AmertBM Jewh* Congress will
hold a card part> at the Blackstone
Hotel on Thursda] afternoon Octo-
ber 14. 1 pm Proceeds are for the
Louise Waterman Wise youth ten-
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mv OCTOBER 8. 1954
+JelsffksMrtr
PAGE 3
[er Urges Area
purchase Bonds
Lib Shir Greater Miami chair-
( Stale ol Israel Bonds, this
lk teued an appeal to the Jew
toomunity "to maintain the
V-with Israel's pioneers.
Lr ecpiained he was trans-
Lu the message originally de-
r(.,i by Golda Myerson, Minis-
L Labor in Israel, last week on
Lionai telephone conference.
|rs Myerson praised the efforts
Eg people of Israel during the
j six years. "We have certainly
e our share." she said. Sher ex-
jicd Mr- Myerson also observ-
"that "we know the people of
prica will continue to give us
Jr support."
Ibllowini! ,ne conference, Sher
|cd the Jewish community here
Jake advantage ol the High Holy
once Bgaln "to give concrete
Cmstration <>f your faith in Is-
by Investing in State of Israel
(! reported that $400,000 of the
Vooo quota for Miami has al-
[jy been subscribed.
>odman Hadassah
Stress Membership
tegular monthly meeling of the
|. Goodman Group'*! Hadawah
. be held on Thursday evening,
ober 14 8 p.m.. at the Johnina
*1, according to Mrs. Alfred
g, president.
El William Lee, chapter mem-
Ship chairman, will speak on
Dbersbip.
membership induction skit,
Sme, be the Weavers," will be
bented by Miss Dorothy Park-
usisted by members of the
,up
lertificatos will also be present-
|to those who have been mem-
of Hadassah for 10 years or
te.
rw Memorial Chapel
pie City "f Miami Beach gave
[approval at a council meeting
phe Beach Memorial Chapel for
mission to erect a new chapel
facilities at 1250 Normandy
. .Miami Beach. Mr. taring
ad Of Beach Memori.il.
ounced that eonitraetSoo i- an
1
jmbership Campaign
I njamin Gladwin, presi-
It of the Stephen S. Wise Group
padassah, this week announced
the group will discuss the
motion of a membership drive
Its general meeting on October
112 30 p.m., m the Bel-Aire Ho-
6515 Collins ave., Miami Beach.
ipple Unveiling
he dedication of a monument
)he memory of the late David
pple. formerly of 321 SW 8th
(.. will take place Sunday, Oc-
M 10. 2 p.m., at Mount Nebo
netery, with Rabbi S. T. Swir-
officiating. Mr. Kripple is
vived by his wife, Lee; one
Murray L. Krell, of Miami;
daughter, Mrs. Harriet Mey-
of Jacksonville, Fla.; one
Jher, Morris, of Miami Beach;
one sister and three grand-
pdren. Arrangements are in
rge of Thurmond Monument
npany. Friends and relatives
asked to attend.
ime Omitted
fame of the Zion Food Center,
Med at 1437 Washington ave.,
rmi Beach, was omitted from the
of Kosher markets under the
K-rvision of the Miami Beach
Jacob Vaad Hakashruth.
Ich appeared in The Jewish
fidian issue of October 1. Oper-
of Zion Food Center are
lip Romer and Samuel Sussman.
IN THE MAIL
Editor, The Jewish Floridian.
Gentlemen:
We herewith enclose n copy of
a letter this day forwarded to the
Lincoln Manor Restaurant and
would appreciate your publishing
this letter in full or taking such
excerpts as you think necessary in
order to acquaint the public with
the present situation affecting that
establishment.
GREATER MIAMI VAAD
HAKASHRITS
HARRY SIRKIN,
President
Lincoln Manor Restaurant
2 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Gentlemen:
We should like to place our-
selves on record that not only is it
our duty as the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashrus Board to pursue
our duty on behalf of the public to
assure them of the fact that their
confidence has not been betrayed
when entering a kosher restaurant
advertised as being kosher, but
likewise to demand the cooperation
of the operators of such restau-
rants to fully comply with all of
the Kashruth laws applicable
thereto.
We are quite confident that with
the beginning of our New Year
that your organization will not only
comply with all Kashruth laws af-
fecting the operation of your res-
taurant, but that you will likewise
remember the serious obligation
that is placed upon you to so con-
duct your business in full compli-
ance of the Kashruth laws if, in
fact, you intend to advertise and
hold your restaurant open to the
public as a kosher restaurant.
In line with all of the above, we
therefore place ourselves on rec-
ord with you as to what additional
matters will have to be taken care
of, as hereinafter outlined, in or-
der for you to properly conduct
and advertise your restaurant as a
kosher place to eat. in adherence
to the principles of Kashruth as
outlined in the Jewish law.
In accordance with the findings
of the Municipal Court of Miami
Beach on September 22. 1954, you
were found guilty (if selling non-
koaber food as kosher in your res-
taurant, which you advertised
widely as a kosher restaurant. In
accordance with instructions which
we have received from Rabbi J. E.
Rackovsky. who is the Director of
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus
and a recognized authority on Jew-
ish Law and which organization in
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comply with all of the kashruth
laws affecting such an operation
and to further comply with the
additional changes as hereinabove
recited.
We trust that serious considera-
tlon of this letter will be given and
full compliance thereof adhered to
in the event you intend to conduct
your establishment in the future
as a kosher restaurant.
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HAKASHRUS
By HARRY SIRKIN.
President
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THE HUNGARIAN WORKING PEOPLE S PARTY -.~-,
Third c-.ngre*. according to a periodical I have n -cT22^
Hunt JaapplesneBt Vol 4. No 9. June J
1 through the United State* mail- b) -h* I.T.
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Festival of Sukkoih
Tl-.e Fer.-cl :- S_*rJ:
-1 Jewry becpaniiig w.ti serv
ccvever.r,: T.-.e *>::. ::s*:vr :: -i sc.-.ec
u.e-- tc -..'.* -r. 7-.es--y ;-c :-"es"y ::
next weeic
s ancient celebr-
the Fees- r: he TabanMsdM -.::: = = ."-
ering :.: T-e r-..-s .: :e :.*.; = '_-.e -.~rves'
re-apec ircrr. v.e ::*..'; ::' see ; _rr.e; : z v : .
mcr.'s derc.ee labor
For centur.es S^cico-'- was observed
world Jewry as a symrx.. c: pest hjajon IBM B
s.'.m
:>erv-.ces
in synagog-es c" u".-.e: p.aces :
scattered ..-. cs cry plcre-s :::= c:
the glebe as the r_spers.cn scattered .'ews ai
iarae preserver "' ~ > ~.r"-cr_sr~p c: : -:
people 'c \".e rv cy e.evo'.r.c
Esrcc.
Events -_: the post decade bore servec c
coccretze a:ese symbols o< the Sakha* eete
bimior. %c that the oheerrance oace zzz.- :e-
rezer.ts .- actaafiry >wah deroboo tc r
cr^ its r..~ tkm "^ _-gcthenr-g a rwo-foic;
:cr -_-.e har/es' c: tr.e e^:v i yield bi UWijllieiited
r.. the rr.j7rat.ca -c aew land Israel ci
large -. r.ers ci Jewish oils whose recer.:
homes _-. saar.ae p.aces rarely cr.d during
these ur.certa-r. days less then ever, aflcrd
them secur-.ry aa- the r.ghi to identirf them-
selves w.th cr.e_: t_~.e-r.cacrea ^e..ecs
Trafiihoivoily a hapov ce.ecratxx:. Sukkodi
mast therefore he dc is tar as a" 'he
caveat ci this r.ew year Many problems loom
large for Jews en the horizon of their destiny.
The Jewish State seeks, end will continue to
seek, sohdibcation of its gains m this most re-
markable ingathering. Our own Jewish com-
munity ever, now grappies with the task of
helping to forge a progressive Jewrsh mlTiwi
founded on the principles of Jewish uudHion
end this nation's democratic processes.
But the Sukksh Monday eveo~r.~ w.ll race
out with the happy veces of countless people
who are truly at home and who enhcipcte
hring.ng -.'c -.-.e_- mUtt -.-.cse :e~-.:..r.c ptWI
awa.tina their own ingathering in the most
noble sense of the word.
A Wis" Approach
Florida's Attorney General Richard W. Ervin
shows deep understanding of the school segre
gation issue which, according to nauoncl press
reports, is creating a deplorable number of dis-
Reiiiiiij situations m communities throughout
the country.
Filing an amicus cur.ae br-.ei w.rh the United
States Supreme Court which opened a r.ew
term on Monday. Ervin presents c dispass:or.
ate point of view to the highest tribunal which
must pay tribute to him. his office -
of Florida.
Representing a Southern state governrne.v.
whose attitudes are intimately tied to a sharply
defined historic tradition. Ervin expresses tr.e
people's earnest opinions when he indicates
that Florida is bound to comply dec:-
s:c.-.s of the Supreme Court but thai the decision
specifically decling with desegregation should
involve a period of gradual adjustment
broad powers of discretion vested in local
school authorities to determine administrative
procedures."
The Attorney General cites an interesting
study by Dr. Lewis KilJian. of the Department
of Sociology at Florida State University, who
concludes that segregation and desegregation
are both psycholoqical problems on a broad
social level and that the care and patience
which marked the ultimate emergence of the
recenl Supreme Court decision ought not be
jeopardized by well-meaning people who want
to see a moral issue treated overnight
The experience of some American cities to-
day, where virtual terror now reigns on the
basis of this issue, is proof enough of Ervin's
Understanding in this regard.

VISA OVtKl 4**
ill People'* Republic at Washington. D ri~*Ml
know tfesf 'hi- congress was truly Hungarian
lira! hien U devoted to a report of pr.- J~ **
-e fa-hion ith elevating the l/nion -.*b25
ar.fi the f>mmuni*t Party of the Soviet I -
-rr. omnipotence and omnipresence.
Principally. 'Ne Hungary includes a w -
Peeplea Democracy." Here, the tenth anniverv-r k." **W
he Huncanan border by the Soviet Army u marked wnk t^K
the -ub-equent decade of developmeat uno-
rule Rfadmg the report as a Westerner. I <**.
-/-rial scientific method, its eosutant repeti
nn narve categories all reminiscent of pi-r!oid
tiebarior and thought.
Wt*.
If e return to the series of events thM hr
er.d e recall the Soviet march west after tl '\
the German flight at the poir.'
clumn- and the simultaneous march east on Beriir kat^'3
ree Pner- We recall, with a degree of ^ ^|
military plan* -ugge^ed by an often uncerta.r ^- -^^ gj?
mand and by a forceful Winston Churchill who-<> -t..ttoajj
frequently than not by the wayside because Err'- -^ rta^*
nu John Bull to the state of a penurious and depeadeatss
We recall a principal fear one of which th*- ,-. PreaeMt
sot o nceive and which subsequently bet ami :jjjt *+*!
that *n march to meet their then allie- r i?r; raTat
mean th liberation of those territories enslaved Nankssil
ing th< F"rties when Hitler's hordes moved or, V
slavemeat built upon the old. a mirage of I
plomacy speaking freedom and bringing tyrann>
1 i^i
H'nai Brilh s Birthday
Lodges end chapters of the international
B'r.c. I:.-.-. Organizatioa will mark the 111th
BOB ?ersary of the order or. Wednesday. Oc-
tober 13. The celebration will include special
observances at pieces of worship throughout
the United States.
B'nci B'rith was founded en New York's low-
er East Side in 1843. Today, the world's oldest
end forges' Jew.sr. service orgamzauon has
350.000 members ..-. es throughout the
free world.
It is parhc'~. .-.:.cant that this enmver
sary ceiebretion should fall or. the second day
of Snkkoai the Festval of Ingathenng. For
B'nci E rith may truly look upon its 111-year old
history as one dedicated to the principle of har-
vest.r.g the bruit 0! Jew^h tradition.
In this regard. B'nai B'rith has assumed a
leading role in guarding the safety of an anci-
ent birthright, establishing, among other aims,
the Ant-Deiamaton League and participating
..-. the .r.ternauoncl Hillel Foundation. Whether
or not an active member of B'nai B'rith. the
.dual Jew fag cur nation has been protected
by the organizaton s watchfulness in the field
of civil liberties through programs of the ADL
and has been the beneficiary of its work in
advencing good human relations.
No less ere university students on our Amer-
ican campuses beneficiaries of Hillel House ac-
aes when they combine their college cur-
well integrated Hillel functions de-
signed to nurture and simulate their interest in
regard for the:.- Jewish heritage.
Nor does B'nai B'r.th's work end there For
the youth of our nation, as well, continually
5 itseif brought into closer contact with Ju-
daism in all of us ramiicaticns through the
,V^'.CUStk ;.BT,h, yUng t*0*** is. Thus, the 111-yeerold service organiza-
tion may. on the occasion of its anniversary
Wednesday, look back upon a record of
exe^r?61*1 conceived and equally well
The significance of the order to the develoo-
men. of the nation at large will be doubly
stressed this year by the celebration of the
btates. Bnai Bnth has written a most produc-
tive chapter in the story of American progress
Its concern for democracy has reached out to
influence the mind, of men everywhere and
to urge belief in the truism that freedom of
conscience and regard for one's neighbor is
the^h,ghest of all secular and religious pnnc,
HAD THE RUSSIANS BROUGHT FREEDOM
would be little need for the periodical to in-: fed s,
f-pecially require no urgent statement on post-war Huagarha|j9
k--men Almost nowhere in "New Hungary" is tktnS
indig-n.u-l> Hungarian point of view. One fe tl trtha
ut th<- discussion is Russian inspired and Rus-.i- 1 :r.ti Fsl
hysteria and the stereotyped verbal categories to which I turn
are precisely the clues which lead one to this conclusion. So 1
are the propagandists techniques here that they fail to tact m
count the recognition by others of the imposition < f : iga socall_
that have molded one civilization on to those that rfj do w.ssl]
the other.
Constant reference to phrases like "the hfettestnal buorgeosti _
out ol c xi>tence as a class." the intelligent-u hi tiecoc* 1 nj
powt-rful force. imperialists of the United State? of Astra 1
eatead their domination to the entire world." "econome aod;
strengthening of the People's Democracies" and countless otbmt
' the verbiage of classic Communist terminology 1' ncoa
the Hungarian social psyche, no matter how purportedly da*Ml
of the Russian, could create these economic as : cial
equivalent*, -puntaneoasly and without having had them literal?(
med down their throat*.
what made me especially suspicious was the 1 i liifS i
deal dichotomy by Russian propaganda for it-
which. in Hungary, creates a distinction between the ortaa|(
( and the working peasantry Yet a finer dist.- the
I peasantn Thus, the congress report informs The'
peasantry 1- waging its struggle for the maintenar.c* of peatf 1
ihr leadership of the working class ." And -;ni pewafll
have ceased to be an impoverished class The rraj ntj of thrahs|
risen to the status of the middle peasantry."

SUCH STRATIFICATION IN A SOCIETY that the Caeuaaaatl
insists i- desalesa seems altogether amusing E\rn more
albeit in a frightening sense, is the atavistic impulse behind skit'
Hungary regards as a necessary and ultimate m< rj { wwMI
munism Referring to the eight hundred million per* tu the 1
socialist camp, the report coolly remarks that "at Ma Crated!
[they! re bound definitely to liquidate the domestic elements I
to our new society" One requires no especiall> (cnsrtrte "
in the area of human motivation to recognize th.
here displayed The rationale of such definite liquidation is Lesh.^g
according to Imre Nagy. chairman of the Council ol Mr;-ten.!"
lan People- Republic, insisted that the decisive ajoesti f all |
-ocial tr:n-formation. of all fundamental social char..- the <
of power.
Powi r concepts thus take priority in this survey There **j
not on Hungary's, but on Soviet productivity There >a>1S
not ol Hungarian resistance, but of the "glorious Soviet Army. **
by th. ( ommunist Party (thati smashed the German K..-0-1" Ttal|
power-orieated explanation for the Kaaansn r ^
ted the internal counter-revolutionary' f,,rc' 'hf : "^.l
n imperialism from unleashing a bloody civil *ar Tthi~
country '
- i- there a So\iet view of international affair* ,l=jffl
"I in pastic terms rigid without compromise and ^>-"nc,!UPJ
point of st-lf betrayal that describes the Korean War as*"
military defat suffered by the United States in her histery aUnj
war utilized by American monopolists to forestall 10 r ic CIV*7L
wc learn that our production Is falling off has indeed. ***?*J|
rceitt -mce last May; with our steel industry ;-<"> "*J
thirty percent during this period. It U finally d. Iuced I Its allies are engaged in a struggle to steal each r*han I
In contrast, "the significance, influence and P^I1** "LJ
Soviet Union ... is steadily growing and strengthen.r.: *~^
Hungary reaches the apotheosis of this argument the "P^jSI
It must be clear to everyone that the Soviet Union (is able *ir*"2P|
beat back all imperialist's attacks single-handed One has ""A
to
wonder about the 'significance of "must Is clarity 1 com'>**
cogent and successful argument or of hysteria and pleading*
I CAN ONLY COME TO the conclusion that 9K**"jji\
PUt) ol this nature cancels out its own effective.nes- "'^i
"t eat if not emotionally. I can stomach discussions on th*'^7"a^
and political successes of the Chinese Peoples Republic **^a
American aggressor in Korea. I recognize this b> experience -
version of history; the Nazi was no less adept at r.-f.>rgui| 1-
f his race in the face of its coosciencelessne-- at"
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ropii Film Featured
Mizrachi Meeting
Mizrarhi Women's Organization
IT, hold its annual Sukkoth party j
Saturday evening. October 16,
,'m at the Park Central Hotel.
feature*! will be the first show-
. hpre of "Isaac and Rebecca," a
Le rroduced in Israel. Guest
" kers will be Rabbi Abraham
ch* ami Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
who recently returned from an
iernational tour.
I In charge of arrangements are
I B. Eisenstein, president,
Louis Lustig and Mrs. Edna
i|j. Assisting are the Mesdames
[null | (Jrundwerg. J. E. Brenner,
IKramer and David Schechter.
[proceeds are for the Children's
lllape and Farm School in Ran-
L. Israel.
hjexl regular meeting of the or-
hization will be held at Beth Ja-
il, Synagogue on Saturday eve-
L,. October 23. 8 p.m.
Labor Zioni
fo Mark Sukkoth
[suU ;li celebration will be held
Curs lu) evening. October 14, '8
in, ,,i Beth F.I Congregation by
i Zionist Council of Great
Miami.
[Participants will be Golda Myer-
Club, Pioneer Women, lln
Robbins, president; Ben
Branch No 304 of Farband.
[; arry H. Queen, president;
..lie Zion Braacb "f Greater
Jacob Ki arson, president.
speaker will be Rabbi
tid Shapiro, spiritual leader ol
e Sinai at Hollywood.
\\ al attorney Joseph Parlo will
I .i musical program, with
\ A. Peelner accompanying
till piano. Chairman of the pro
Ui will be Mrs. Lena Pushkin.
i nt <>f 'he Greater Miami
1 ul Pioneer Women.
flaude Pepper to Speak
I'riedson, chairman of the
installation dinner of the
Gables Zionist District, has.
Barbara Britton to
Appear at Biltmore
In'Born Yesterday'
Locly Barbara Britton, talented
young actress currently co-starring
with Richard Denning in the title
role of the TV program "Mr. and I
Mrs. North." will take time out,
from her TV chores for two weeks
to appear in person at the Biltmore
Plavhouse in "Born Yesterday."
The Broadway comedy hit, which
was made into a movie, opens Tues-
day night and will run for two
weeks.
Miss Britton is well known to
local theatre goers, not only for
her TV appearances, but for her
many screen performances, as well.
She made her screen debut in a
Hopalong Cassidy thriller and
since then has appeared in many
hits including, "Till We Meet
Again." "So Proudly We Hail."
The Story of Dr.. Wassell," "The
Great John I.." and the "The Vir-
ginian."
For her local debut. Miss Britton
has chosen the most successful
laugh hit of the post war Broadway
stage.
"Born Ychtenluy'" is from the
pen of (Jarson Kanin, the Holly-
wood writer and director who co-
mthored with his wife, Ruth Gor-
don, such outstanding movie- as
"Adam's Rib," and the Academy
\ward winning "A Double Life."
Thii play, which skyrocketed
Paul Douglas and Judy KolKday to
stardom, fells the hilarious story
Of a big time war profiteer who
brings his blonde with him on a
trip he makes to Washington for
the purpose of bribing a senator
Finding that his ex-chorus-girl
companion lacks sufficient grace
for the social life in the Capital,
the former junk dealer hires a tu-
tor to educate her.
The outcome of this situation
makes for hilarious comedy.
New Youth Groups
A meeting was held Sunday at
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lunced that former Senator MonUcello Park Jewish Center. NE
Pepper will be guest speak j 164th st. and 11th ave.. North Ill-
he dinner scheduled for the1 ami Beach, for the purpose of
Restaurant. 3500 Coral forming several social groups for
ndaj mght. October 17. | youngsters in the area._________
ialPlUte Xationtt Muni Learn to
Spvali tor ThvmttvU'PH. Writer Says
Continued from Page 4
| (his tripe as Hungarian. Polish or Czech or si the psychically
politically expressed attitude of any other individuals than
eleei supra-national few, gifted and schooled in Communist dia-
For let no man tell me thai Hungary has., in a matter ol ten
. quired the cnaracterlstics or the. Russian leader.
I idi I., expre its conscience when lefl [reel) \o its
history of American societ) Ihusfar is a < we in point; it
i eitj i> i \ei- t.. become one of our predotninanl characteristics,
is a result ol an impossible precondition total isolation and
The homogeneity which the Soviei conccivi ol as a virtue
ne f their Mediocracy. Enforced^it stills the energetic un-
11 mankind and betrays the Russian goal oi total domination.
in 1840 on "Democracj in America," the Frenchman Alexis
!.. i. marked: In democratic toinnuiniti. a, where meni MX
ricanl and eery much alike, each man Instantly sees all his
hen he surveys himself ... I am persuaded thai in the end
diverts the imagination from all that is external to man. and
man alone." A quiet view of a meditating mind here makes
) per study of mankind man. For myself. I shall listen to no one
[! not speak for himself. ____________
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Artist* elated are Barbara Gib-
um. coloratura oeraao. October
31 aad November 1 Erica Monai.
. jihr. ember 21 and 22.
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Gold taid town manager Fred
Bowes that he waa "wry pteased
with tar lathajiistw respease to,
bit laamaii i aw ia that f tatend to
EM
Maay of the signature* on my
petruon were ootaaard from peo-
ple who voluntaniy stopped in at :
my house to ofier their good
aad wppor*
Gold bjaj lved in S-j-
ars and wa* II
I ia I member af the Bar of
k York wee
l
_af tar hoard
, of "he Bureaa af Jew
- :.'.-. -- : '-
Basest* saanat were eaM)
Leeaard Barr M>er B
- .- :.-. r. -- Mrs
B*..' -r i hark i Got* -
He-
hbb Mr
KapU.- ^* Abr*"
ham Kauea. Mr \ Kaaaar. Dr
Max LipkiBd. Ehtei Laaawoder,
Seymour B Uebar
Mr- Ne^mour B Uebmar. Ben-
i^Bir. Mr- Benjamin Mey-
er*. Dr Donald MKhei-.r D* H^r
man Meyer. Dr Harry Queen Al
oert Quadow Meirin SchwarU.
Mrs Morru Skop Babbi Ma Sha-
paa. Harry Sirfcin. Bernard Stev-
ea> and Dr Jeaa Sprrer
Samed to tbe eaeewtivr board
were Mia Be* Glaaser Jodajr.
Harry Greenbrrt. Louu Hrimaa.
Seymour B Uebmaa. Mrs Sey-
moor B Larhman. Benjamin Mey
m. Dr Jess Sptrer and Bernard
Saiaaaa.
r
Miss Brummer Cited
Mi^s Regma Brummer. daughter
of Cantor and Mrs. Philip H Brum-
mer has received a certificate in
recognition of her "outstanding
services to the Red Cros- Presen-
ts, made in V.',i,hingt'>n
Wat Brummer attend- Miami
Many naroaa wara addad to this naambataaip aoak L
October 4. whan tba Sbaarbood of Tanxpie Eaona-Ef
its loll actxwihws whin a iiwiiiriatiliifri hrur.t- 31 ^ ;
HoaaL La* to right are Mrs. Arthur Appkrbanm.
chainrjan. Mrs. Herman Mechlowritx. nieniberiha chaaaj
and Mrs Irrtna Cypen. Sisterhood raaeJuW. Tea
inchaoed Sam Gyaan. popukn radio
ing Lehrman and Cantor Philip
To M*>t Tuesday
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No
will meet Tuesday evening. Octo-
ber 12. 8 p m at their new loca-
tion in the American Legion Hall.
1B2S Altoa rd
cording to an
week, have been
second and fourth
each month.
-
\r*
Zionists Plan November
Rally in Miami
Miami Zionist District held a
board meeting this week at the
home of Mrs Samuel Saal. when
BWrf formulated for a Plw"
laTSsi Rally to be held during No-
vembar.
VS<- intesd *o have tjuistanding
men a- 'h<- -peakfr- for this
affah BSOwraMI
.".alfd h*r>-
Mr farvina awal pr- Klenf of the
ed a memU-r-hip
drive Ittai will itarl immediately
ajtei the High Holy Etayi at which
time an effort will be made to
enroll 200 additional members into
the District.
A report of the recent South-
er-tern Regional Conference of|rethrng to Florida. He belongs to
the Zioni->t Organization of Amer Miami Beach Klk- Lodge No. 1601
ica was given by Gil Rappaport, and is a member of the North
Florida director. I Shore Jewish Center.
******* 4"u ei
**m* fhrn^.4., ^
Standing with backs towards the camera at the waterfront deft) Cantor Disha Ceracf<
bi Louis A. Cassel are shown conducting traditional Tashlich senricea on Tuesday
first day of Rosh Hashona. The service attracted hundreds of people to the campus oil
Temple at 1254 West ave. 1
Among the 285 incoming freshmen at Brandeis University
greeted during Orientation Week by Dr. Abram L. Sachar and
faculty members at a President's Tea held at Dr. Sachar's
home were David Lehrman. of 2925 Flamingo dr., Beverly
Shore. Hull, Mass.. and Joan Kandel, of 3280 Chase ave., Mi-
ami Beach. The reception was part of a round of activities at-
tended by university officials and faculty members as the six-
year-old. co-educational, liberal arts institution entered upon a
r.ew academic year.
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Jewtsj>rk>rkto*r)
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n
Joseph Rose
to Head Academy
_nship Campaign
Lph Rose, local ,fetf)0owiier
hue leader, was tljis week
jj membership chairman of
threw Academy byi I. Bin-
rresirlent.
|ned I" serve with Hose are
Goldberg and Frank Brick-
|co chairmen.
, Academy, a coeducational
chool. has launched its sev-
annual membership drive
will continue through No-
ir 15.
(online to Rose, an increase
i numbers is expected during
bmpaign.
dulcd for the duration of
Lmpaign are weekly break-
i at which time progress re-
twill be given by committee
km.
Academy PTA
Officers Installed
Installation ceremonies of new-
ly-elected Hebrew Academy I'TA
officers were held jointly with a
reception for the Academy fac-
Ulty at the Casablanca Hotel on
Sunday evening.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, chair-
man of the group for the past three
years, was installed as honorary
president. She also introduced new
members of the Academy faculty.
Other officers installed were the
Mesdames Charles Gertler, presi-
dent; Alex Miller, vice president;
Joseph Zemel. vice president; Mos-
es H. Rosenhouse, treasurer; Dan-
iel Yedlin, recording secretary;
Norman Glover, social secretary;
Shushannah Specter, chaplain.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, was installing officer.
Mrs. Moses Rosenhouse, chair-
man of arrangements, said that a
playlet. "The First Hundred
Years," honoring the American
Jewish Tercentenary, wm present-
ed by seventh grade students of the
Academy.
The playlet was written and di
rected by Alfred Cosman, instruc-
tor of social studies at the Acad-
emy.
Mrs Samuel Cohen, past presi-.
dent of Hebrew Academy Women,
was hostess of the evening.
Meets Friday
fj'.ar meeting of the Dynamic
.logical Society of Greater
, will be held Friday evening.
tr 8. at the home of Mr. and
Mo>es Meyer, 62S1 SW 24th
Giblin Addresses Beach
Civic League on Reds
Judge Vincent Giblin was princi-
pal speaker at the second dinner
meeting of the fall season of the
civic league of Miami Beach on
Monday in the Hickory House, Irv-
ing i > pen. president of the group,
announced.
The Dade County Circuit Court
Judge discussed "Fifth Amend-
ment Communists."
This was the second in a series of
forums on the subject of Commu-
nism and methods of combatting
its encroachments, Cypen ex-
plained.
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Dr. Friedman is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. A. F. Friedman, of 2340
SW 25th ave. He associated with
his father here.
The native-born optometrist is a
graduate of Miami High School. He
studied at the University of Mi-
ami and spent four years at the
Massachusetts College of Opto-
metry.
Dr. Friedman is the grandson of
Miami pioneers Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris L. Dubler.
While in service, he was O.D. in
the processing station at Atlanta.
Ga. Prior to that, he was assigned
to the base hospital at Fort Jack-
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>kHtncrH**r>_
=DAY_oC70^
Hoffmana m Mexico;
To Live in Gables
1 Biscayae Terrace Ho'e! M the
'scene Sunday for the wedding of
i Deborah Alexander. r of
'r and Mr^ Ha-r v
lie gruorr **
th<
dr. Coral Gables.
ibe double nng c-
Miss Simon Weds
Irving I). Arons
mber 11 in Rochester. X V ..
was the date at the wedding of the i
former Manly- Simon tn Irvine D
Miss Ivta INm fefcaatr*
Schapiro, Deehter
Betrothal Told
and
1 Yak Dechter are now en-
gaged and making plans to be mar-
ried The couple's betrothal -
.r.r.ouriced here b> the
bride-elect mother. Mr* Florence
Schap-.rc of 1560 Michigan >\t
The groom's parents are the
Samuel Dechter- : Washington.
DC
I I Maryland an
\ pha Epsiion Phi
Mr Dechter graduated from
George Washington
School of Pha.
Alpha Zeta Tsega. pharmaceut:-
".
The couole reveal that the;. :!!
be mamed next June

r,ride is the daughter of the
Simons, of Rochester She
*.- attended by ber sister. Mrs
Abraham Glanunan
Mr c.Ianrman best man for
at
Mr. oad Mrs. *< Setter
S|
Hanna Senesch Group
Pians Installation Fete
a Groan
ana
*ah ail :"'. aatjBf, ':
---:. :; -
sj the Sea Guii Hotel
progr.,- ation
tion of Mrs B R-
officer *.!! be Mr- Irwic Wein-
-
A Asnaaroala a
I the day
-
Vj. lewrcact I.
ceremony, the bride wore a
tine lace -
seooped-neck : ^rried
white rose- Us in her
bouquet Her three tiered re
of ah
Matron of honor
Alton; a"
teadant in a blue chrj
gown Vr- Her.r. Alen-
town. Pa 2!-r> a aster
Ariene Perry were
and wore similar gown-
Wtndy Klimennan
girl it. p.r.k argMkwJ Edward and
--:_ --r. ashen Mr H ::
man was his son in.
On the col: from
Mexico October 20. they will re-
side at 1014 E
blvd
?itzers \rc Wed
In September Rite -
I Ibran*
Spttzer in
an 8 pm. ceremony it B-
Si ptember 25 Rabbi
>fficiated
bnde :- the daughter of Mr
' nark Abrams l"M KE
Mr So.taer i- 'he nn of
i Spitzer and the late
Spitzer 3187 S
ia- Der-a Dm-
acted ..-
N Mrs.
Miami
Bead

i
Pan Aroei i
wing a 1 the

el
Mrs. arris* .
<>m. who lives at 1818 XE
111th st. Miami. Son of Mr. and
Mr- Louis Arons. Patterson. XJ.
Miami Beach, he attended
I- .:- I l'niver-.t>
The bride was a -tudent at Roeh-
institute.
New York, the
couple iil live in Miami
Key Biscayne Organizes
Sunday Morning Class
Jewish Congrega-
- revealed the organ-
f a Sunday -
Mr- Mac Ses
that the congr- now plan-
r.g af-
he bene: c'.a--
First nef it<
V m Caa I Take it
: ^ -
H
Dov Chapter Meets
D I Chapter Virrachi V.
-old a rr :al at
the home of Mn
2135 SW nth Mini
- '.3 8 p rr
Oneg Shabbat at Home
Of Miss Gross Friday
-:da direc-
tor of the Zionist
America -er at
Mil
Adult Zionist 1 | Sha-
bat.
His topic will be "J
will take ;
3
Ma
-. .
:
EmanuEl to Bid
Bon Voyage to Rabbi,
Mrs. Irving
r^ie Emanu El ill hold its
rnual dinner meetmg and
i*nce on Sunday evening. October
10. at 6 30 pm. in the Moulin
Rouj> the I>i Lido Hotel.
..r.nourced Samuel Friedland. pres-
leal
Till* affair, the first congrega-
: nal meetiag of the new year, will
a.*o sene a- a welcoming party to
Sv neu familie* reeently affil
-ime time, the con-
-rega- hid farewell to Rab-
and Mr- Irving Lehrman who
ave that week on a trip to
1-rael
Th< trip a- presented to them
tr. n as a Ritt :n
er.th anni-
-pintual leader of the
Ten !
f the dinner meet
J reports from the
I the i miaga
concerning
the new year and a
t tae progress made in
ar
TwrorMStiida^
Plan June Wcddj
Two '' Miami
iden,s y *!
rwMuid *
ja June wedd
j Mr. and Mr |taaj| j
bere. Rhrerhead \y lrj
|nouncug their daaghWii
roent She will zradaa>B|
jary from trv Vr. j,,
longs to Sigma ;. Vi p^ (
ice sorority Hiliel Hssw En
ics Club and the l"M Cacrn
Prior to entenne the r.|
Greenberg gradjated froa
head High s -
Mr Mer. > Wdl
and Mrs N ra Me
Euclid ave. V.am Bens.
White Lake NY Hen;
of White: -t
two year* .
Onrai He ~. mj a
ing at the X M
The enz.i- **t a ._
foraially at a r -er pm ij\
Greenberg- VorLlhl
pie have a tkart
ding date
WeinstfK'k. (!ohn
Married on Bead
Rabbi In.-. Lehrai
! at the and i fornsj
M Wein*t<.: Mamyi
September 3 n Temple ',
The bnd. the daafMaj
i and Mr- N -d. 1
Marseille dr rhert a
followed
Norman I > bnt,
and Mr- \
bride m-"
The br.'- > '-hf
Mr> Annie '.MO*
He gradual' he It
if V,rg:r n tit i
His fraterr. \ Taa r^snn
The brui.
Beac" | Sanaa.
Lawrence Gordon, son of Dr.
cr.d Mrs. Irving Gordon. 705
E>. Lido dr.. Miami Beach,
celebrated his Bar Mitzrah on
Scturday morning at Temple
Emanu-EL Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated. Lawrrenoe is
an eighth grade student at
Nauhlus Junior High School
and attends the Religious
School of Temple Emanu-EL
The Bar M.-zvah c: Stephen
Bookspan. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Acron Bookspan. 4215
Shendar. ave will be held
, on Scturday morning. Oc-
tober 9. at Tempie Ernar.u-fTj.
Rabbi Irving Lehrrr.an will of-
( ficiate. Stephen is an eighth
grade student at Ncuhlus
Junior High School and at-
tends Temple Emanu D Reli-
i gious School.
lerberl Rubinstein
To Be Bar Mifzvah
Herbert Saul Ramnstein aii] be-
come Bar Miti
October 9
The Bar Mtavak
the Irving Rubinstun- 2521 S
16th ter. Miami
"^ J ***** *M Hebrew
Academ.v Miami Beach where he
B prcMdent of hi- ,-la-
Herbert a Ban Patn.i |,ader f
Boy Scout Eagle Truop No M
Beth David Synagogue.
f%a
The Bar Mitzvah of Wantn
Barry 7/einnofL son of Mrs.
Lotte WeinsotJ. 1402 Pnnnayl-
' eve., will be bald on
Saturday morning. October 9.
temple Emanu-a Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate
An eighth grade student at
Miami Beach Junior High
School. Warren ntlaaih the
Religious School of Temple
EmanuEl.
Bar Mtevoh .- ^ary^
son of Mrs. F-o^**.'-!
9525 Byron eve *r3
ing Sbapuo St. rot_<
took place ScturdflT*
pie Beth Shckxn. '
Loon Irorush oft
ry attends t
School


"TOBER 8. 1954
*t<*n+nrrtrn*n
PAGE S
jhoelson Becomes Mrs. David
r; Chooses DuPoini Ballerina
[September 11. was the
, for their marriage by
i T. Shoelson and David
\li., shoalson is the
Mr gnd Mrs. Bernard
41 SW 15th st. The
Irents are Mrs. Helen
South Shore dr., and
I, Blauner, of New York
brri- A Skop officiated
n ceremony in the Cor-
lm | i he Kmpress Ho-
Lincr attended his son
f, and ushers were Jim-
nour ShoeLson and
Ibbiriv
I-,l wedding airs were
llic Max Miller Trio. The
pure silk DuPoini
kith bustle bow back,
,,!i shoulder neckline
with re-embroidered
Lncon lace. Her double-
Icil imported French il-
Ifiom a cloche of alen-
jjc carried a white satin
Irrd with two white or-
Ishowered with white
111 cent shape ar-
jewclry consisted of a
lircd pearls, gift of the
father Matron of honor
|oppriilieimer, sister of
rho wore a pink faille
nil carried a sweetheart
tuquet. Mrs. Shoelson
Harrow wore grey chif-
|rk t.iffcta and pink em-
organdy, respectively,
Ihose white orchid cor
tu 11. Chalif, maternal
er ol the groom, honor-
lg couple by attending
York She chose royal
|rhite orchid corsage.
arrangements were de-
Blackstone Flower
kim and buffet dinner
owed the ceremony.
It of town guests were
Hx-bert Oppenheimer.
brother-in-law of the
Jj.ick Oppenheimer. Mr.
falter Wallman and Mrs.
aunt of the bride, all
go Also attending were
In1 Price, aunt of the
m Southampton, N.Y.,
Jward L C'halif, uncle
|m from Short Hills, N.J.
i< a graduate of Chi-
,ind attended Roosc-
ke in Chicago and the
foi Miami, The groom is
Mrs. Feuer Again ,
To Head Chapter
Mrs \V. I.teoer'will bfc-rmrtalled^
president of the Hanna Senesch
On.up of llartassah for her second
t"rrn oh Monday. October 11, at
noon m the Sea Gull Hotel
Mrs Irwin Weinstein, president
of the Florida Region, will be In-
stalling officer.
Others to assume posts include
the Mcsdames Max May, Philip
Rudine, Henry Nelson, Dorothy
Fink and Jack Falk. vice presi-
dents; Charles Bushnell. treasurer;
I.il\ Hutt. financial secretary: Flor-
ence Lippman. assistant financial
secretary; Sydney Bloc, recording
secretary. .
The Mcsdames Sadie Bennett,
corresponds secretary; Lillian
Atlas-, social secretary; Maurice
Klein and Rose Kohl, chapter rep-
resentatives; Bessie Teitch. audi-
tor and Rebecca' Kreiger. parlia-
mentarian.
Named to chairmanships will be
the Mcsdames May, membership;
Rudine. program; Nelson, fund
raising; Fink, education; and Falk,
dinner dance.
Chairman of the installation is
Mrs. Jennie Applerouth, with Mrs.
Atla:-s in charge of decorations.
Mrs. Rudine is program chairman.
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Mr and Mrs. Philip atsman The Harvey Sootins, of 6576 SW
have -returned te their"tiome at \ 22nd- st.. announce the birth of
2230 SW 21-1 ave.. following a sum- their daughter, Sharon Anne. The
new arrival joins her 14 month old
brother, Leone Prank. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. .lack
Woolson, Worcester. Mass. Pater-
nal grandparents are Miami pio-
neers, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli N. Argintar an-
nounce the birth of their daughter.
mer spent in Roscommon. Mich.
it *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of
1120 SW 13th ct Miami, have re-
turned home following a visit with
then children in Cleveland.
ft A
Eugene Lyon. <,f the Blackstonc
Flower Shops, has returned home j Susan I-ouisc. on September 8. Su-
following a combined vacation and W two-year old sister,
u ... ._ Ellen Ruth. Maternal grandmother
business tr.p to the Chicago Na- | js Mrs Ma 8>Wc ,,aternai gran(1.
tional Florists Association Conven- parents are Mri and Mrs. 0
tion. \r rintar
S-:S3-:*2S->S3*>SS'>SS*>SS,.-iS^->^SvSS':
Mr. and Mrf. David Blauner
,\ graduate of Riverside Military
Academy at Gainesville and at-
tended Citadel Military College in
Charleston. S.C.
For her going away costume, the
bride chose a pink cotton ensem-
ble with pink accessories and dou-
ble white orchid corsage. Upon
completion of a honeymoon spent
on Miami Beach, the newlyweds
will reside at 651 NE 86th St., Mi
ami.
Directors to Meet
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hold its opening board of
directors meeting on October 14.
1 p.m at the Trail Lodge, 2483 SW
8th st.
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Play will begin at 8 p.m. in the
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Sukkoth ServieeT^clieduled Monday Evening
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Mi-imi will
hold Friday evening -
815 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Karat will
officiate, with Cantor Jacob Born-
stein rendering the musical por-
tion* of the liturgy Subject of the
Rabbis sermon i> scheduled a>:
The Gentle Cynic Saturday
morning services are at 11 am.
Sukkoth will be ushered in Mon-
day evening with services at 7 30
p.m. The festival will also be mark-
ed with services on Tuesday at 11
a m. Rabbi Narot will officiate
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Fri4aj i
8.15 pm Rabb W will
officiate and pt ,n<' ,"'"c
r the Sabbath of
Sabbath Saturday morning wr-
ites are at 10 10 < Sakkoth will
be u-hered in on Monda> i
at 8.15 pm. Tuaadaj lorniai atf
ices are at 10 45 am with Rabbi
-h di*cu>sing 'Sukkoth Har-
at 9. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on both day*, with Cantor Brum
in. r assisting The Temple Choir
will be under the direction of Jo-
seph Schreibman.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold In
rvices Bt 815 pm.
with Rabbi HalCOtal Sparer offi-
ciating and preaching on the topic:
'Books and Barbarian*." Saturday
morning wrvices are at 9 a m The
Center fill u-h. r in Sukkoth on Friday evening services
Monday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rab-
bi Sparer will diacttai 'The Suk-
kah Within On Tuesday morn-
HEBREW ACADEMY
will
at
hold
5:45
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will < ing. he will discourse on:
vest
render the musical portion-
liturgy.

of the
CORAL CABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening - The
Four Kinds" Services on the mt
ond day of Sukkoth will be at 9
a m.
be ushered in m ZJft
' mormri^
,> Subj^"J"
'* for the ^^^
T^ Rabb, wi
" "The Je*,sh7iwlq,1
Welkind will ..."""H
p.m. Saturday morning services are'of the junior
"fficiate
,r, con*rmii(.'
* *
BETH TF|LAH
TION w,H hold
services at
FruUj
5 P.r
KNESETH ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday evening
services at 530 pm Saturday I fees a( % 15 p m.. with Rabbi Mor-
morning sen ices are at 9 a m Rah n. g) :ficiating and preaching f
bi Jonah Caplan will officiate and on the took Learning From the ^ ^ a
preach on the theme '"Heaven and stars Cantor Irvine Robinson will ..'. g^-
render the musical portions of the
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services
at 9 am. Mincha is scheduled for
5:30 p.m. Sunday morning serv-
ice- .ire at 8 a.m., with daily serv-
ices taking place at 7:30 a.m. and
5:45 p.m. The Academy will usher
in the two-day festival of Sukkoth
with services on Monday evening ciate and cUtcosi
at 5:45 pm Tuesday morning serv-! tion Mincha is
ices are at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. 'the Rabbi will Rajiv
Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver of Our Father- Tht
morning semces in
Rabb, Joseph Rack^
Earth Our Witnaii," CbM
Bible will be at 4:45 p m Mincha
i- at 5:30 pm. followed b>
Seudos Sukkoth will be u-hered
in on Monday evening at 5 30 p m
Tuesday morning services are at 9
am. when Rabbi Caplan will dis-
cus- "Humility "' Services on Wed-
nesday are also at 9 a m with the
sermon scheduled as Thankful-
'- Cantor Abraham Se.f *:..
render the musical portions
liturgy Wolff Sirot will be
Saturday evening Shalos St
when Herbert, son a sermon on the topic: "Clouds of val of Sukkoth will
Uld Mr- Irving Rubinstein, Glory Subject of his discourse on on Monday evening 16th ter will become Bar ( Wednesday will be: "Sukkoth Tuesday mnrnint *
liturgy Saturday morning rv-
ices are at 9:45 a m The Center
will u-her in the Sukkoth celebra-
tion on Monday evening at 8 p.m.
Services Tuesday morning are at
9 30 a m with Rabbi Skop officiat-
ing and discoursing on the Suk-
koth theme
TEMPLE SINAI of Hoi.
ill hold services Friday evening at
8 30 p m with Rabbi David Sha-
piro officiating and preaching on
the theme: The Lessons We Learn
From Our Sukkoth Festival Can-
- ple Choir under the direction of
Rev Mordechai Haalman will ren-
der the musical portion- of the
liturgy Reader for the evenin- will
Samuel Salkow rendering the mus- ^ j h r^ Kiddush will be
ical Portions of the liturgy Suk- chantfd bv To
kotn will be ushered in on Slon-
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 45
pm Saturday morning services are
at 8.30 air. Rabbi Morton Maiav-
sky will officiate and preach on
the Weekly Portion, with Cantor
morning
Mitzvah Sunday morning services The Symbol of Jewish Eternity." 8:30 a.m. Subject of
are at 8 Beth David will mark Rev. Akiva Ross will render the ovsky's sermon u
the festival of Sukkoth with serv musical portions of the liturgy. Strength." On Wedat
ices on Monday evening at 7 p.m. Kiddush will take place in the ing. he will discuss: tS
Kiddush will follow in the Sukkah Academy Sukkah following each Message Evening J
Tuesday morning services are at 9 service, with Aaron Lauer official both day- are at 5:30.
am Stanley (" Myers, president ing.
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1
eration. will deliver the -ernion.
Kvening services are at 6 p.m. Ste-
phan Rich, son of Mr ;ind Mr-
Rich. 2772 SW 32nd ct will
become Bar Mitzvah during serv-
ices Wednesday, marking the sec-
ond day of Sukkoth Louil Heiman
will deliver the sermon. Cantor
Maurice Mamches will render the
mu-ical portion- of the liturgy.
FLAGLER. GRANADA
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will COMMUNITY CENTH
hold Friday evening services at Friday evening serdwJ
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-. with Rev Leo Hein. I
ices are at 9am Rabbi B. Leon Saturday morning sen*
Hurwitz will officiate and preach held at 9 am. with
on the Weekly Portion. Pupils of chanting the liturgy ujj
day evening at 5 45 pm Tuesday
morning sen ices are at 8 30 a m .
when Rabbi Malavsky will di-<
"Significance of Sukkoth.' On
Wednesday. aL-o at 8 30 am. he
will preach on the topic: The Holi-
day s Symbols Evening services,
during both dav- eg Sukkoth are
at 5 45

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER srfll h Id FT
ice- at 6 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a m RaV:
Abr
1
will be ushered in
- :
-
-
I
- -
on the topic } ling
Evening -..- at
6pm Cantor Edwas
render the musical p | the
liturg>. w.-h the Center Chok un-
der the direction of Eli Samuel*
Sukkah will be built by the Men'-
Club. with members of the Si-ter-
hood in charge of decorati
dren services are scheduled for
10 a m. on Tuesday and Wednes-
day.
Tohby Feibus. daughter
of Mr and Mrs Monroe Feibus.
The Oneg Shabbat following will
he sponsored by Mr and Mrs
George Harmon Saturday morning
services are at 9 a m when Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion The Temple will usher in
the Sukkoth festival on Monday
evening with serv ices at 8 30 p m
Sukkoth service* on Tuesday and
Wednesday mornings are at 9 a m.
Rabbi Shapiro will deliver uV

BETH EL CONGREGATION Will
Rabbi v
son-in-law
lien and tatbei
N Swirsky will -.fficiate ar
The Sukkah as Mirrored in
Jewisb Lift" Rabr Uln
preach on Wednesday, marking the
second day of Sukkoth, with 1 r
mor. on Ancient Idioms and Mod
era Mind-
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services at
6pm Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a m Mincha will be at
6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Akiva Chill will officiate at
services ushering in Sukkoth on
the Religious School will decorate
the Center Sukkah on Monday. Oc-
tober 11. at 4 p.m. Services usher-
ing in Sukkoth will be held Mon-
day evening at 5:45 and 7:30 p.m.
Kiddush reception will follow.
Tuesday and Wednesday morning j "We Challenge Thee
services are scheduled for 9 a.m., 1 kah." On V. ednesdt
and will include the traditional will preach on the toairl
Palm and Citron processions | Esrng Symbol of Iwtj'J
around the altar. On the first day j of the Hebrew School-
of Sukkoth. Rabbi Hurwitz will dis-. at services Mincha is at|
the Weekly Portion.
6 p.m.. followed by
koth will be ushered <
evening at 6 p.m.
ing senices are at I
Heim will officiate
Monday evening at 6 p.m. Tuesday I cuss: "The Sense of Detachment "
and Wednesday services are at 8:30 Subject of his sermon on the sec-
am and 6 pm Cantor Aaron on day is: "The Sukkoth Banquet."
Weingarten will render the musical 1
portions of the liturgy, with Revs j MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
A J Safra. Samuel Guttman and 1 CONGREGATION will bold regu-
S. J. Freedman mill Ing Refresh- lar services Friday evening and
mem- will be served in the Con Saturday morning, with Rabbi Si-
gresation Sukkah following each mon April officiating and deliver-
service Rabbi Chill will deliver ing the sermon Cantor Berele Kel-
1 both day- of the'emer will render the musical por-
Sukk"th festival Cantor Aaron
II render the mu-i-
c.il portions of the htur .
WEST MIAMI JEWIWC
will hold Friday en
at 6 p.m. Saturday
ices are at 9 am Suk
ushered in on Monday 1
6pm with Rabbi Al
officiating Tuesday
ices are at 9 am. whet I
will discu-' SpreadisjJ
nacle of I
NORTH D AD E* JEWISH CEN-
TER ., rv
.. with Rabbi F
ntor Maurice
'
turgj The (
choir will be under the i 1 r-
of Lucille Moore Subject ol the
scheduled ai
Afti rtb light 1 I nter will
u-lur in the : Stil al al Sukkoth on
Monday evening, with terrleej .it
8:15 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesdaj
morning -er\ice are at ^1 a m PTA
red a Sukkah. with children
participating
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evonJng sfrvtcea at 6 pm.
Saturday mornmg -enice- are at
9 am with Rabbi Irving l-ehr-
j man officiating and preaching on
the Weekly 1'ortiun Cantor Philip
Brummer will render the musical
portions .,f the liturgy, with the
Temple Choir The Bar
Mittvoth ol Stephen, -on of Mr
and Mr- Aaron BiKik-pan I n d
Warren -1. | Mr- I otte U.-in
take place dunng the
t The Temple will u-her in
Sukkoth on rung with
6 is p m Tuesday morn-
' with
-ond
; Sukkol taking place
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-.TOBER 8, 1954
+Jelstth>rM**r,
Osheroff, Local
jies Here at 56
fca Osherof, 56, Miami
\: and religious leader,
Cjy Sept. 28. She lived
fadian ave.
nt. here in 1943 from
J>a She was active in the
ichor Association at Mi-
i senior High and at Cen-
I Elementary schools.
Ln.lf was the first pres-
|a number of the Hebrew
ladie- auxiliary at Mi-
She also was a life
j Temple Emanuel where
fmemher of the board of
bf the sisterhood and a
airman of the confirma-
jcommittee.
la director of Greater Mi-
|sah. For many years she
nan of Hadassah's local
Ifor Israel" drive.
an organizer and first
Fof the Sisterhood of the
Sty Synagogue in Penn-
_ Dickson City, she was
Tof the,Red Cross hospi-
include her husband,
ghter, Mrs. Joan Harris,
ach; a son, Leo, of Tel
her father, Morris
other, Joseph M. Rose;
f. Mrs. Sonya Leibson and
Nevel, and a grandson,
ni Beach.
were held in Riverside
Chapel. Miami Beach,
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
ami; and a brother. Watty, whn h an
Army major KUtionifi at Baltimore
mm. Bervlcea Mere held xi-uie Rlver-
afaa Funeral Home Chapel in mi,mi
Hi.n.,1 h< l.l in Ml. Uinal I
lary,
MAX FISHBINE
J, "f 1110 Flamingo Way, Miami
Beai h, died Sept. 10 II- had I
" aia< '" here i I years, coming fn.ni
K.ir Rockawa;. N > He a u In the
wli,,i,.xiii,. fruit ami produce bualnem
Ha a>ai a Mason ., member* ol the
Knight* ,,f Pythias, ami the Market
latlon. Surviving are his w\tt
.Mi*. Boat!..... H. Plshblna; two daugh-
tara, Paarl ami Florence; ., son Hai
old i. and lister, Mn Fetti Bel.
aei. all of Miami Beaoh. Service! were
h.-l.l ut Beach Memorial Chapel r..l
lowed by burial In Mt Nabo Csmeter)
ABRAHAM BRENNER
s. of tu s\v lath lana, a flvi
n-nlrtrnt of Miami, dk-.l Sept. SO Orlf-
InaJI) nf Chicago, in.. Ilr. Brenner
"'" retired dry K,|N merchant.
Surviving are his wife, Rosa; three
brothara, lm-liullng Samuel and Ru-
dolph, of t'hirajco. and Kdwnrcl, of
Oorar Onbtan; two M.-t.i -. Mr*. Klla
(loldberg and Mrs. Sarah Abraham*,
both of Chicago. Service* and burial
were held In Chicago, -with the Onr-
lon Kuneral Hume, Miami, In charge
of local arrangements.
JOSEPH BCHWARTZ
T. of 3*01 BW 7th st a resident of
Miami since March, passed away Oct.
1st. Services were h.1.1 in Brooklyn.
Surviving are his wife. Bather; two
sunn. Dr. Morris Schwartz, of Million.
N.Y. and .lacob .Schwartz, of Hrook-
tyn: two brothers In New York; a sis-
ter Mrs. Bessie Cooper, of Miami
Iteach. The tk>rdon funeral tlome was
in charge of local arrange ments.
MAX JACKSON
6, of Ml Meridian ave., a three year
resident of Miami Reach, passed away
Saturday. Services were held at the
Rlversjdr Memorial Chapel. Miami
Beach. Burial followed at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. Mr. Jackson, who retired
from the retail fur business, is sur-
vived, by his wife, I^ena: win, Bernard,
Miami Reach: a sister, Mrs. Cussie
IVskin, Chicago.
PAGE 11
i =3
Jeltner Dead
jfas Retired Decorator
fcreltner, 69. of 1780 SW
(a retired decorator and
pnl Saturday night, Sept.
lmii) Chicago 20 years
U ire lii~ wife, Bessie;
Bernard B. of Chicago
ere for services with his
|ter Rose; and Staff Sgt.
and I'fc. Barry M. Gelt-
the Army; a daughter,
Jellner, Miami.
son*. S Sgt Herbert B.
Barry M. were both sta-
\h the First Marine Air-
in Korea, and were
kck to Miami on emergen-
fo be at their father's bed-
It. Sinai Hospital. Head-
Marine Corps in Wash-
terminated their leave
i<\ they were both reas-
the Third Marine Air
)pi Locks instead of re-
\v\i in Korea.
were held in the Miami
If the Gordon Funeral
tli burial in Mt. Sinai
jlverman Succumbs
fork at 96
PKK EUbM Mordecai M.
believed to be the old-
|in the country, died here
of 96.
>n, a prominent scholar
leal law, was vice presi-
de Union of Orthodox
the United States and
^d a leading figure on the
board of greater New
lEBECCA DUBINBAUM
f> lllli ave., .lied Or.t 1st. A
I"r here for many years, she
[Miami her permanent home
1 e ist two months. tturvlv-
hu*band, Aaher, Miami; a
|uel. Long l-lanil, and. a sis-
ll.tli,-! l;,,*,.|iberg of The
rREO SAL2MAN
SW lth ie... who came
- ago from Chicago, died
.loin,- Mi siiiinian was re-
in Cleaning business. He
1 hii, it.. Jennie; a son,
{f Chicago two daiiKhters.
Ij-al/niali. Chicago, and Mr*.
f New v.,ik. and one
"ice* .....I Inirial were held
"Ith the Oordon Miami
><"> in i harge ol arrange-
[MORRIS LIPIT2
| s>> 11th *i operator of a
re ho|i who .aine hara
['"i".....lain rear* aa,..
* His if... Ml Ri
and .. brother but-
^imi.s ware held al the
.Memorial Chapel. Burial
"' I'llllailvlphla.
JACOB RUBIN
.'.s. of .'.14 NW L'ilril ft., passed ;i\v;iy
Bept -'Mil in i local hospital. Burvlv-
,-ti t.i hi* wife Kuth A., two M>na My
nin and Edward, one brother latdor*
and twn sisters. Miss Realty Rubin
ami Mr.- Balhei Dermer Remain*
i i ,ni to KHzHi.i'ih. Slew Jeraoj for
aarvlcaa and interment by Miami Riv-
al siil.
LEGAL NOTICE
DAVID SARNOWICH
79. of 1'iu Pennaylvania ave., Miami
Beach. pas*,.,i awai Sept. l*tth. Rerv-
loaa were bald hi New Vork City,
win v.- Ml S.i: nOWlt-h died hi
log a daughter A retired garment in-
duatr) worker, ba came to Miami
Betaca IS yean ago from Mew York
City. Burvlrora Include hl wife, Jan-
ni,-. two dallKhUi s. Mis iii'la Jean
Cohen of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Ger-
trude Berlin of New York: two sons.
Men is Si: now ,.f Miami Beach and
Arthur Sarnow of N.w York, nine
grandchildren and four great-grand-
children.
MAX EPSTEIN
7. of Sl!i SW llth ave a retired mer-
chant who came here six years ago
from Tin kalloc. N Y died Sept wth.
He la survlveil by hi* wife, Kcbecua:
three sons. Morris, Milton and Barney,
all of Miami a daughter, Mrs Ida
I'ullrriii.iu. of New York, and a broth-
er Bel vice* and burial were held in
\'.'\i Yolk with c.orilon's Miami Ku-
neral Home in charge of local arranga-
llli'llls.
Mbert HORLICK
s .Hi tcr., was a victim
_PK a,, Idem "ii Mondav. A
at"-i,,n. Horllch lam, bora
nt n yeara ago and was
"' Miami Reach High
r wrved In World War II
i of the Jewish War
l addition to hi* wife. Hot-
7 hit mother, l-Yan-
'iter, Arlene, both of Mt-
FREDA STEINHART
to, of r.-.'x NW 47th St., paaaed awaj
s,.pt ::iitii in a local hosplul. Survived
l,\ three daughters, Porothj Robinson,
KlixalH-lh l.ant* and Irene Hartne)
ami fmir *on*. Lawrence, Kamual.
Mli hi a) and Harn Bai i i> ei were hi m
i m i.in Rlveralde iili Intermanl In
Ml Blnal Cemeterj
JACOB PEARL
;:'. ..f 2.;n sw Hth ave owner of tli"
Trail Hardware ami I'aini Co., died
sept loth He came here II years ago
from Newark, N I Snvivoi* include
hla wife, Anna, two aona, Jeaaa and
Irving, ail of Miami: two sisters and
two grandchildren Bervtcea we* held
nt Riverside Miami Chapai. ""Il builai
In Mi. Nabo Cemetery
MRS. MILLIE SHAVITSKV
70 of IS6 Michigan ave. Miami Beach,
died Sept. !rd. She came here five
month, ago from Boston. I^von
Include a son, Ira W *'"mjtn. "' .M''
Beach. Services were hld In Boston
with Beach Memorial I Impel in chaige
of local arrangements.
MRS. MONA ALTMAN
M. of 1191 71st at. Miami Beach died
Sept L'Jrd. Services were held at K v
erstde Memorial Chanel. Miami Baacb.
followed by burial in "
tan Mrs Altman came here 11 >ear*
a.o tram Chicago. She was a inemli.-i
X the National Children's Cardiac
Home Jewish Home for the Aged
North' Shore Tern..... BMarhood.1ind
a pa*, treasurer of the Da"311?!
Zlon orphans Home of < hliago s,iir
viv ng are a son. Meivln and a daUgh-
,..,. Mrs Kl.anof Kapee >"h '' .
ami Reach; two sisters and a brothel.
ALBERT JONAS
tt of 1SI0 SW SlUh it i'as- '
gjpt. Wtb kta ra-ldc. Burvgad
by hla wife Harriet and OM fon_P,
:;,, ,,..nnent by Miami Rivarmde
MRS GIZELLA MARCUS
KS nf MS Meridian ave.. Miami Beach,
Mi- II Rudo f and Mrs. "
fS&uEF, -' 'VTiritoni
ami. and Samuel of HgXttoro.
MAX EPSTEIN
76 of HI s\v llth ave, a retired mer-
.Lnt who oama from ;i ... ka h... NY..
*:v yoara ago. >-\>"<'.-., .,,'-
vlvlng are hi* wife Mr*. Reb.. n* M
stein, "f Miami: tin. s; "" .
Milton, and Barney a ^aughter. Mra
^'vl^'citr'sliw':- "";.:. bur.-.
arrangements.
NOtrCS lletOER FltTlTfCHJS '
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ttderaignad, desiring to can,in.- In
itUou I...in., ol
HI \Ti: hi\i: Ajf|j TEN f'HXT
BTDKE, al i&42 > W sth St., Miami,
ntenda to rci i na..... Ith the
lent 01 in.- in, ml Com t ol I ,,,,|..
County, l.
BENJAMIN 0 inllM
WEIN8TEIN, U l.l\si i;|.,
a WEIN8TEIN
ah. i in;. t,,i Applicant
l-'" Lincoln Road
10/8.lj
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
.OF FLORIDA
TO ALL Tii wilnM THE8E PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
W h,i
BEATRICE Al.TKR.
MIAMI BEACH, KI.ORII'A
SYLVIA HERMAN,
MIAMI BEACH, F*LORH>A
SAIL GENET,
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
did on the 2tli day of March, A.D.
MM, cause tt be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 60*, Flor-
ida Statutes, CORONA HOTEL. INC.
a corporation, with it* principal place
of business at Miami. Had.- County,
in the State of Florida, and whereas
the stockholders of such corporation
did on the 2th day of September.
AD. 1S34, cause to be filed in the
office of the Secretary of Htnt,- of the
Slat* of Florida, a Consent of all
the stockholder* under the provisions
of said Chapter 608, Florida Statutes,
showing the irrsHOhitton of such cor-
poration.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that
the requirements of law have been
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the Twenty-ninth day of
September. AH. IBM.
R. A. GRAY.
Secretary of state.
(HEAL)
in s M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 173092
.ikssik WILSON, Plaintiff
vs.
KENNETH ROY WILSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in KENNETH ROY WILSON
Addreai unknown
rOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED t"
a COPS Of > our alisw. I to til,"
complaint for divorce filed
......lalntiffs attorney, RiciiAKH
KR1EGER I'INK. 112 Congress Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and to rile the
il in the offli "f the Clerk of
the above Court on or before the 7th
da] of November, IM4; otherwise a
default will be entered against you.
DATED: tins Ith day of October.
I i
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
By I. 8NEJ2DEN,
Deputy Clerk
la/R-is-n-M
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 31128-B
RB: BBTATE oF
ROSE SINGER, Deceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i* herein given that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Dlacharge aa Ancillary Adminis-
tratrix of the .state of It'iSK SINGER,
deceased; and that on the 10th day of
November, MM, will apply to the Hon-
orable l-Tank B Howling. County
ludge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval ol said final report -and for
final dlacharge at Ancillary Admlnla-
tratrla of thi Eet< of R08E BING-
i:P., dea eaaed ,
il, s 21sl das of September, i 154.
THEI.MA SILVERMAN
Mi, Itorj Ailininisli.itfix
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Anclllarj Administratrix
. i _"'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHORES BAR. at 11711 N.B. 8......nd
Avenue, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida
GEORGE M. TITI.ANK. JR.
QEOROE M TITI.A.NE. SB.
Sole Owners
HENRT M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
HII W Flagler St.. Miami, Fla.
|0/l-IS-S>-** .______________
TO All... MHMM
For Beowtifwl Cat Fleweri
ad Cartogas at low Prkea
Call
THf X0TIC GMDMS, INC.
SIND MM
WORLDWIDE
For Batter HoaUh Viait th
Miami Health Institute
General Diagnosis and X-Ray
Physical Therapy Body
Conditioning Colonic
Irrigations Cabinets and
Massage
7235 Biecayno BouloTard
PHONE 7-7MS
7,| MR. and MRS. SAUL HERMAN
of the '
Dl LIDO HOTEL DINING ROOM
WISH THf tNTIRt JeWlM COMMUNITY A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YtAR
NEW YEAH GREETINGS TO AH
TED'S GROTTO RESTAURANT
6970 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE UN 6-6147
MR. MURAVCHICK and MR. SILVERSTEIN
of the
SAGAMORE HOTEL
EXTEND UST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TITLE INSURANCE
A eVfmife imtmrmmf ceefraef iaileei / m OPINION mt U Iht ceadifiea of rif/a
LANGFORD BUILDING. MIAMI PHONE 82-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY
Tom llafte
TO ALL...
GREETINGS
Ji
ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
Phone: MO 7-2551
Box 786, Coral Gables. Fla.
YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS
BRIDGES TRANSFER CO.
48 N.W. 7th Street
Phone 2-4768
East Coast Fisheries, Ine.
West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
*
Florida Builders Service, Inc.
100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL
MARGARET ABU*
and
KWIK CHEK V STORES
"One In Your Neighborhood"
MIAMI, FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA
- ,.. T_^__JZZ
TO All CRECTINCS
COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP
1661 ALTON ROAD PHONI 5-940J
TO All. ..GREETINGS
MADAME LOUISE
READER
1709 N.W. 55th STREET


PAGE 12
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TO ALL ,GREEI1KG-Sm
JANES REALTY COMPANY
Not Incorporated
KENDALL. FLORIDA Phone MO 7-3651
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA Phone 1303
POMPANO BEACH Phone 9815
A. W. JANES. Registered Broker
GREETINGS TO ALL
Cooper Motor Sales, Inc.
YOUR CLDSMOBILE DEALER
1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES
PHONE 4S-3704
THE KEYS ARE WAITING:
DRIVE OUR SPECIAL 'ROCKET SHOW CAR TODAY!
GREETINGS TO ALL
rJCx NGLEfm
paint r
" CO. ["*.?
***.
TO ALL GREETINGS
R. M. PVSV:9U*Y
Roofing and Metal Craftsmen
"M Subililv'e for Ejroerieece"
CrwftSSSM Thfiushowt the Years
1340 N:W. 17th AVENUE PHONE 65-9C73
GREETINGS TO All
CORAL GABLES BAKERY
2518 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
TKE BEST IN THE GABLES"
"0 our :
IOS!
ALUMINUM-: -m Top.
^jrjor extra light

84-5561
JALCO, INC.
I4J N.W. 54th ST.. MIAMI. FLA.
>ki4,rrkrM**r

FRIDAY
Jewish Women's Orsanizaty
By MRS. AARON FARR Are there any
President, Conference of Jewish Women's Organis-
ations of Dade end Broward Coonfie*
rdineting
disinclination toward affiij
wom"'' group, m
'tioo?
coo
Perhaps an
lM,1;""" S^erhood
------"'iernoc
I h.s generally arises because of
or inability to pay council'
u
(lu.
What
very
is Conference's program?
Conference meet] iur ,1IW,sj
its membership a well balanced. J,
gram at each meeting, suaily ^
faith. United Natloni Greatarl
' M.i!
Is Conference a functioning or
Agency?
Conference Is i eoordintling. agency, function-
ing onli In an administrative way. We publish a
yM Booh with Itttj "< clnta. ilillRRtRl names.
dub dates, i Jewish ealenttar and bylaws
What organizations are affiliated with Conference?
Practkall) ever) Jewish women's group in Dade
and Broward counties is member of Conference
These include Sisterhoods, all ftadaamh groups. Mi
n National Council of Jewish Women. --.
American Jewish Omgnm, *u,m or ,ht'r br..a,i subjects, ^Z
AuxJIiarj of the Jewish Home er* or panels We also each year bm
program presented by the clubs
order to acquaint each club with
itii-v A Leadership Training htfjn
each year which is invaluable
potential leader- in Women's gimj
We eoordinati r direct effon en in community drives reque-u
in h m Civilian I
and I
t,.r the \
M men's Co m
mittei
i niversity,
Soci ety,
I
I
Jewish
I
S
pital W o m en's
\ Xs
1 Ildren's
'
Miami
Sal rial II m<
for Jewish Chil-
ler Mian vomen'a American ORT
and i
**
Mrs. Aoren Forr
How does Conference relate to I
general Greater Miami Jw;ih Cm
Conference work
liM of the (ireat. : V |
devotes OSM "f it- four m.
nary, to CJA |tlSl ropaifli
Conference stands n idj tucoopi
endeavor, ju-t ai I
c sntenarj cell I i
ing to it and bj j
>nd program mat< i
to use it in thru i
II a rl lev's
Aulo Top Shop
The Best In Materials end
Workmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-89S7
tTr
MERCURY LITHOGRAPH
-(5 N. W. 5th Street Mianii
Telephone 82-6567
EXPERTS IN MULTICOLOR OFFSET

Fowler* Sj a Footl
X Poullrv Marketf
' Map ia i | .
no Parkin] Worries"
267 MINORCA AVENUE
Phone 4-1711

OTTO HYMAN ond JOf PRESS
of
MAlfclYNN COLD STORAGE AND WHOLESAl^
flOHN FOODS
2181 N.'.V. lOt -. AVENUE PHONES M
ftd Semens Creefines To AM Their frieads erf n**l
A KAJr MEW YEAR TO AU
*. Meg#jnu i:>iiiiti: PUJMBIM
REALTOR 4102 IAGUNA STRICT, CORAl CARIES
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 58-8551
E T I H 0 $
Ed. ./. Yisvhi
REAl ISTATE IN AU ITS BRANCHES
IMH N.I. 7th AVENUE
Rhaat 14 4661
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI COAL & OH CO.
MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE |
2156 N.W. 1 lth Avenue
o au ... MfrriNcs
MANFRED M. UNGAl-
3J32 N.W. At* STRUT


-TOBER 8, 1954
Candlelighting Time for 1954-
+Jeistfk>rkfila,n
PAGE 13
GINIMI
WHEK CALENDAR
itfrfSTTio
SEDRA BIBLICAL
PORTION
nViwsl
SPECIAL OCCASION
w< 8
her 11
Jher 12
ktobn 13
,er 15
Icr 18
htr 19
Ictober 20
*r 22
Ictober 27
lobcr 28
tr 29
kber 5
kfcer 12
kber 19
Kber 26
bber 3
Lber 10
bber 17
nbcr 19
bcr 24
ember 25
nbcr 26
ber 31
Dry 4
7
ry 14
ry 21
barf 24
Lory 25
Vy28
pry 4
ry 11
pry 18
nary 21
uory 22
try 25
Tishri 11
" 14
" 15
" 16
" It
" 21
" 22
" 23
" 25
" 31
Cheshven 1
" 16
" 23
Kislev 1
" IS
" 22
" 24
" 2
" 30
Tebeth 1
6
" 10
" 13
" 20
" 27
" 30
Shevot 1
" 5
Ha-a-zino
Brocho Erev Succoi
first day Svccot
Second Day Succos
Shabbos Choi Hu-ma-eel
Hoihono Rabba
Sh'tr.inl Atberes, Yiikor, Geshem
Brocho Simchos Torah
B'reshis Mevorchim-Cheshvan
First Bay Rath Chodesh
Second Day Rash Chodeih
No-ah
lech L'eho
Voyeroh
Chaye Sarah Mevorchim Kislev
Teldes Rofh Chodcsh Kislev
Vayalia
Vo-yshlaefc
Vavoshcv Mevorrhim Tebeth
Mifcairr Erev Chanvkah-lst Candle
Erev Rash Chodesh Tebeth
" 1st day Rash Chodesh Tebeth
2nd Day Rash Chodesh Tebeth
Vayiaosh ............
19 5 5
Fast day-10th of Tebeth
CANDLE
LIGHTING
5:42
5:39
6:16
My Sincere Good Wishes Tor the Year to Come to the Officers and Members of
PIONEER WOMEN CLUB NO. 1
Y MA cfWn^nVreTt &ru*V i\ !
Mrs. CeJ/a Beckerman, President
VoyeeM
Shares
Va-ay-ra Mevarchim Shvat
1st day Rosh Chodesh Shvat
Sedra 2nd day Rosh Chodesh Shvat
SoBo
5:36
5:33
6:08
5:29
5:24
5:18
5:15
5:13
5:11
5:11
5:12
5:1 S
5:19
5:23
5:27
5:33
5:38
5:43
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister and Family
Extend Best Wishes for the New Yeor
to the Inlirt Jewish Community
12
19
26
29
b 4
rch 7
|th 8
March 9
b 11
rch 12
18
brch 19
ch 24
25
1
ril 2
IS
kpril 6
ril 7
Oder 1
" 3
10
U
14
IS
17
IS
24
25
t'shafach Shabbos Shiran 5:49
YJsro 5:53
Mishaatim Mevorchim Oder-Parshis Shkelim 5:51
....... 1st day Rosh Chodesh Oder
2nd day Rash Chodesh Oder
Trtimmh 6:02
Tiaveh Zocher
Ki Tise ........ Ta-anis Esther
" ....... Parins
" ......... Shashan Parim
Ni
1
Vaykhail, Pikvday
H aV
Tie. ..............
Parshas Poro
Parshas Hochedesh I Mevorchim Nlsan
9
n 12
kpril 13
ril 14
IS
I 16
22
ril 23
kpril 27
29
10
21
22
26
27
28
13
[10
17
lie 18
20
21
" 9
" 10
" 13
" 14
" IS
" 16
" 17
" 20
" 21
" 22
23
" 24
" 30
lyor 1
" 5
" 7
" 14
" II
" 21
" 21
" 29
Sivam 1
" S
" *
" 7
Ml BeVfoVI
H
Pesech
Sfe'nWni
Shabbos Hagodel
Bdikas ChomcK
Era* Pesach, Airuv Tavshilin
1st day of Passover
2nd day of Passover
1st day of Choi Hamord
Erev Yam far .
7th day Passover
last day of Possover-Yizker (Memorial Services)
Mavorchim lyar
Tazrra Meioro
" Rosh Chodesh lyar
Achmrey, K'dashim Israel's Independence Day
Pesach Sheiny
Laa I'oaier
B'her t Ichokosy
II II
amideer ............
II
Hat*
Shevaaas
Mavorchim Sivan
Rosh Chodesh Sivan
Erw Shevaaas, Airuv Tavshillin
1st day of Shevaaas
2nd day of Shevaaus-Yizkor
11
Jy7
18
S
16
luly 20
129
23
28
" 13
" 20
" 27
*' 21
" 30
Tamui 1
4
" 11
17
" It
" 25
" 26
Ov 1
" 3
" 4
" 9
"10
Nasa
'hoe-los-cha
Sh'loeh
Kerach
Mevorchim Tamaz
lit day Rosh Chodesh Tamui
2nd day Rosh Chodesh Tomuz
6:08
6:06
6:13
6:15
6:11
6:56
6:19
6:21
6:58
6:22
6:25
6:29
6:32
6:34
6:39
6:42
6:42
6:46
6:50
6:52
6:53
Chutes 4 Bolak
Pinchas
Fast day-beg. of 3 weeks of National Mourninj
Mafes-Mas'ay
Mevorchim Ov
D'vorim I Beg. of the 9 days
M ......
Shabbos Chazon
Vo s chanen .........Fast day-9th of Ov
Shabbos Nochimi
It 5
st 12
lust 13
bgust i|
It 19
It 26
nber 2
stber 9
|"iber 11
nber 16
"17
"24
"25
"34J
Elal 1
"
IS
22
24
29
Ikev
6:55
6:54
6:53
6:51
6:46
6:43
6:31
Shaffim
..._. reiiay
Te.o
Nizovim Veyelech
He-eiioe--------*-
Mevorchim Elal
1st day Rosh Chodesh Elal
2nd day Rosh Chodesh Elal Bea. Sound Shofar 6:33
__ ,._.................. 6:26
4:19
.... 4:12
1 a.m. First Slichas
Erev Rosh Hashona-5716
N Meridian praann the above calendar far theJ2*ffL2L2S'JX SS
pkly candle lighting hours, as we" -
(IfVVPUICnvs wa ------- --"-T
"as the dates af principal observances and the names
Ide throughout the year. The calendar was
anoreaation MB Tfilah, Miami Bench R.hb
"IM.. af 0rtha4aB-*h af Amork. and **..*. *. *""* *""fK'
OrganiietiM. Ha is director af tha Ortatar Miami Vaod Hakashrafi).
">y canaie lighting hoars, as wall a tne aai
ke Law, It may ha clipped and served a* a gui
kbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader af C
^he Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America and
Bt Oraaaiiati.. u. :. j:..,... .1 ............ 6:B4
Containing a
of the Weekly
compiled and
i Rackovsky is
the Mizrachi
U R K E T B y ii S
/rout
YOUNG REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMM1TTEEMAN
PAUL E.
HELLIWELL
GREETINGS
JIMMIES USED CARS
Good Bays in Cadillacs Olds Baicks
WE BUY SELL TRADE
3405 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 82-7063
To Our Many Friends. Patrons and Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
C. V. W. Trice. Jr.
tMiroi
CONGRESS BUILDING
Phone 82-6626
TO ALL GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL, INC.. Stale Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES
GASOLINE and DIESEL J
410 N. E. 13th Street Phona 2-1577
ft is a p/eesare fa extend fa all oar Jewish fritnit and Perrons
Sincere New Year Greetings
A. H. BECKER
PHONE 2-3705
222 N.W. 26th STREET
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
222 N. W. 26th Street Phone 2-3705
A. H. BECKER
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone 88 8431
,XW^v'>'WWWW
fAfrfArf'WAB/Av'WA^
WHY PARK OUTDOORS?
Store your car in the only Bonded. Insured. Fireproof
Storage Garage at MIAMI INTERNATIONAL Airport.
Free 24 hour Courtesy Car Service to and from
all PASSENGER Terminals.
INTERNATIONAL
PARKING GARAGE. INC.
4641 N.W. 36th STREET
Opp. Eastern Air Lines
PHONE 88-1304
f-\jj^f^\f^^J^^r^^^f^^y^^^f^^^^^if^>^^fJ^f/^f^^


PAGE 14

DEPENDAILE PRODUCTS
DEPENDABLE SERVICE
STANDARD
OIL
i<
HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave.
3-3331
INSURANCE
Jacobs Unveiling
i The dedicaHnn ol a monument
, ,..,,. rlv ol 1243 sv
-i will t..kc place Sundaj
;,,n. on the Workmeni
Circle Plol ol Mount Sinai M
rial i
u prominent in
Jewish affairs He .....'" "' ,h''
organii Branch No BM ol
Workmen's Circle, d member of tM
%rbeiter Farband and OR*. mm
Mtive in the Jewish Federa-
,,n ol Welfare Kund>. Mr. Jacobs
li survived by hi> wife. Sarah; fro
wns. Joseph, ol Atlanta, and Alex,
ol Washing! n DC; five (Laugh-
Evelyn Welner, Hn
Kittv Layton, t>th of Miami, kfn
Wacksman. ol Washington,
Mr- Henrietta Bell, of Hous-
ton Texas, and Dorothj Rose, of
Durham N i and lister, Mr-
Minnie R< : Durham He
jk, ;. grandchildren. Ar-
K m charge of Pal-.
Monument Company.
i, and n re ased to
attend
Englander Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
the late I>aac
nder, formerly of 2274 S\v
2nd st will take place Sunday. Oc-
tober 10. 1 pm. at Mount Nebo
Cemetery. aritll Simon April
officiating Mr Englander is sur-
vived b> hi- wife. Anna; a MM,
Simon; t rs, Mr- ii"-''
Mn Helen
Hoffman, of Holly*.....1. Cat; two
brother-, five grandchildren and
nine Ichildren Mr Eng-
lander arai s former vice president
h Apartment Own-
er A n and a member of
riendship Club
rangements are in
Miami kfOBU-
pany Friends and rela-
end.
DCPENOABi.
*-1 Dflt
REGULAR home
belt-
v''t| 1. ,
DRYWOOO
erawcateT
Stra,9h< 5.
SAME LOCATION
6. D. MASPLK ELECTatiC TO.
APPLIANCES REPAIRS
124 So. Micmi Aver.ue Phone 2-546''
Displer Unveiling
nument to
*.h. n I the late MUka Dis-
pler. : ol 836 loth -t .
. 139 NE 1-t -t .
- i ictober
I 3
.- turvivi
tw,.
Hi
r e r i in
Mitchell Jacoby, who has
been actively engaged in fu-
neral direction during the
past 25 years, announces his
affiliation with Flagler Funer-
al Service. 2987 West Flagler
st., whose Jewish funeral fa-
cilities are now under his
supervision. Jacoby is a
member of the Fathers Asso
ciation of the Boys Club of
America and Jewish War
Veterans Post No. 330. Miami
Beach.
Miami Convalescent Homo
LEO ALLEN. Director
J35 S W. 12th Annul
Phones 3-S4J7 antf t-OfTB
Soeclalij'ng In Care to the Elderly ant
Chronically III. 84-Hour Nursing Serv
ice Special Diota Strictly Observed
Private and Semi-Privtto Rooms.
Ory-ooa P tubtWT6*J
TRULYHOIEN
"'AM, -St.,
82-6441 -
MIAMI BEACM _fj
__________5-3444
SUNttfi
HEALTH |
HOTtt-l
ntami
See or Ha Ale
NAT GANS
Pfc. 3-441* 4-tfll
lift INSURANCE WffDS
Metropolitan Lift Insurance Co.
907 Biscoyne Plaa., If W. Healer
LONG-OISTAaj
MOVEI
DAILY rlOt4
Mew Yerfc. Ne. jsn^l
aelahio, loltiowrt, Igj
A loony B.sls., rrtnfcWj
other points.
DIAL 5 7147
RETURN LOADM
M. UEBERMANl]
6SS COLLINS i
Upto-DUe Vu |
LEWM.I
Trcxnsfer & Sk
328 N. E. 2nd Im
PHOIfE 2-MB I
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. Law Firm Moves
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
TO ALL SfASOft'S CffT1MCS
JEA\mS CANWV SHOPPE
534 LINCOtN ROAD 0,M'tt Lincoln Theatre
Tresota. Condiei JaiKei C/ft Novelties fnH Saiaaers
REBUILT BATTERIES
12 Month Guarantee-$7.SO up, exert.
EXPERTS OH STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS
____ REASONABLE PRICES-
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
HI VOLT BATTERY MFG.
1880 N.W. 7th Avenue____________ Phone 9-0637
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
FROM FARM TO YOU
Iman 4 Goldstein, loci law
firm, thi- week announced thr re
moval of their office* to 2303 Weal'
Flagler -t Miami Member* (if the
firm are Jerome Goldman. Samuel
Goldstein. Richard J talautti and
Norman Kaplan
Lula Jones
Floweri fr All Occasions
D I I I V E I T
Cat Flowers
P.ttea Plants
Cersaaes
Faneral Dasifal
WeaMsaf*
!! i.W. I Hi STtffT
2-5790 Phones 2-5384
A HAPPY MEW YEAR TO OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ItVrson Co.
Wholesale Distributors
Ladies and Children's Wear
212 N.W. 1st COURT
FASHION MART BUILDING
Phone 9-5912
WWl*^**W^**WWl.
Tilipaiai 4-344
HENRI'S
RESTAURANT
flMST CFRMAN AMfRfCAN CWUHt
er fr Casavert -
Como/efelf Air Caa^VHalW
3141 ROMCI M IMM MVt.
CORAl GAIICS, HA.
6851 N. E. Second Avenue
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL .
Phone 84-4521

SNIDER-JONES, INC.
Manufacturers ol Trade Wind Gift Jellies
MIAML FLA.
PHONE MO 1-2730
GREETING!,
1
C. H. LYI]
Foundry and I
Compasf'
(not at)
Establish* *|
105-109 n.w. mi
Phone Mil
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:TOBER 8, 1954
+Jewlstncridrian
PAGE 15
Iegal notici
"under fictitious
bW^-vkn thai
* ring I. engage In
., I|- til tltloui "
'',.,, |(| N W. Mth
'..,. intenda i" reglstei
1 ount*1, florid*
r,i mHL, *ol* owner
|A UAIW
Applh '"'
eel
I ____
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HI i.i:nv (11VBN thBt
,i ,,, irlng to engage In
t ,,., [hi fictitious num.- of
p,|- KcSHEIl MEATS, at
Miami Bench,
fn.'l I" ''-"' -'''' '""'
. k | the circuit t-ourt
[,.,ii. Fl.....I*
Jl'-UII'H KOTICK
HKKM VN RACKEAR
ICOSTAH
.luini- Bollc*
ii Rai kear
[->!'.___________________
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HKKKBT UIVKN that
i .1 Ing ti> engage In
he Ii.litmus name i>f
J, UAK, HI ftl"7 N.W. 27th
I'l., intend to register
|uiih the I Hers of the Clr-
i. County, Florida.
i: my Kits
IV (CATHERINE MYBB8
I*. OARS
Applicant*
fi street
lj
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THI COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NoVwoM B
In Re: B8TATK Or
JOSEPH KAY I
To'AII Creditors and vn Persona Hav-
ln| Clfcioii oi Demands Ag.....,t Haul
K.slul, :
you, and i i. h of you, are I
notified .im.i required to prei..... an;
and demands which
either of you, ma) havi against the
eaUte of JOSEPH KAY, dei
late oi i>;!- County, Florida to tin
Hon. FRANK DOWLINU, fount)
Judge ol Dad* County, and file the
tame in ins oi r,.,. it, the
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
within eight calendar montha froni
tin date of the first, publication here-
ol Bald i lalms or demandi to cool iln
the legal address of tl.....i anl and
to be cworn to and presented .i- afore-
sanl. or same will i..- Ii.iii..I.
1 late Heptembei u A.I) I i
I ANN IK KAY,
Aa Admlnlalrati Ix of the
Estate of
JOSEPH KAY, ......,.,1.
GKOROKCHERTKOK
Attornaj for Administiatrlx
I/St |(i 1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[is HKBEBY GIVEN that
,,i deairlng to engage In
r the flctltloua nauii' of
VKI.TIKS. at *42-44
. Miami, intenda to reg-
kiu.- with the Clerk of thf
|i- ,. Dade County, Florida,
Iaki, ni:i. PIANO, Own< r
|a tlARS
Applicant
I
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deidring to engage n
bualneaa under the flctltloua name til
HOMESTRETCH INN. at 7ml. H.W.
40th Street, Intend to reglstei aald
name with Hie Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH RILEY
HVELY.N llll.KV
IIKNRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2S1I W. Magler St., Miami. Put.
H/'-'l I0/1-S-15
-r,N^OTJE TO CREDITORS
m THJLC0UNTY JUDGES' COURT
LN,^U? FOR ADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 33627-B
In Re. KST.VTK I i|'
-BENJAMIN BHAROPF, Deceased
ro All i redltora and .Ml Person* Hav-
ing i lalme or Demanda A| all ,~.,,.i
^ oil, and ii ii of you, are I
notified ,i required to present any
1 oe.......is whfuh you, or
liner ..i you, mi ......
of BENJAMIN HHAROr r de-
il late nf Hade i 'ount). Floi Ida
i" the Honorable Count) Judi
Dadi Co miy, ., i .. :| ..,. ,
hi h offices in the Co unt Courthouae
le i 'ount) I'l..i Ida, Ithln eight
'" montha f...... the date of the
fn.-i publication hi reof Bald i lalma
or demandi to contain the legal ad-
ol he i le Imanl and lo be is oi n
to and in esented at aforesaid, in
iii be barred.
i Wte September IS. A D. 1951
I'IN A SHAROFF
Ai Bzi cutrlx or the Las) Will
and Testament ol
BENJAMIN BHARI 'I'l'.
I i,-i ;, ned,
Ml ERS, 11 KIM an A- KAPLAN
Attorney! for Estate
a/17-M 10 i -2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih. inderalgned, desiring to engage In
i ler the f.< til ioui na mi of
QUICK Ll'NCH, al -'7 N W, l'ii.-i
sir., t, Mi.i n,i. intends to reglsti
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
i lade i 'ount). Florid
l- RLH l.v.M i RIVERA i noli owner)
HENRY M CAIN
Attornej for Applicant
!518 W Plaglei St Miami
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IX HEREBY GIVEN thai
the und li ng i" ngage In
dei the flctltloua name of
AI..IKSS I'ltllT D1HTRIBUTORH il
1811 H W. :'i~t Tai rai i Intend I
later -.ilil name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
EDWARD vi.l-Ki:
QEORGE .1 JESSKL
10 > 15-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
|NTV JUDGES' COURT
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26484-B
i: i'l'
HKITNER, Deci
if intention to make
Ration for final
discharge
1- herelj given Ihnt 1 have
' ., ixl petition for
'_ an Administrator of
SA.VH'EIi HEITNBR, !-
ih. isi day of
.i u iii ajipiN* to ihe
i. KKANK R LAN TON,
11 de i 'ount) Floi -
\ i,l <.i s.t id final repo '
. .. Adminlnt i .i -
i LML'EL IIK1T-
ber, i"' i
IIERN'ARD MARDBR
|A MVNNHEIMKR
,1 : -ll.lUor
ICE TO CREDITORS
lOLNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE. No. 336S8-A
'ATE OF
i:.\/u kig, I >e. eased
ml All Parsons II i\ -
i i i mi.- Against S.i :.|
m,u. are hereby
. ,| tn piI'M-iii arr>*
I which you. or
-i the
i \ Ri iSENZWBKI, il. i i
Cook i nunl \, lllliiiils. to
int) Judges of Dade
ante In their of
Hint) 'ourthousja In
I' Ida, within eight
I urn the date of the
hi -Hi. S; iii cl ilma
mtaln the legal "id"
l.iim.mi and to be etaorn
i.....-.till, hi same

\ D, 19:.4.
N v EPSTEIN
Administrator
I hi Estate of
. RiiSENZWEKi, dei
| KAPLAN
i Am
'"' i 'I A.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 172570
ANNE MAE RJDBARDO, Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH V. RKHARDO, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOU, JOSEPH V. RBBARDO, North
Avenue, West iteriin, New Jersey, are
hereby reojulred to serve i cops of
your Anajwer i" a Mill of Complain)
for Divorce mi Plaintiff's Attorney,
Robert J. Lewlson, 7W Blst^ayne
Kullding, Miami, Florida, ami file
the original with th.- clerk of the
above styled Court, on or before Oc-
tober It, 1854 m Default "ill be
entered against you
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 15 day
of Bepl I1'!
i:. l: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court
JOAN Cl H'RNOYER,
Deput) Clerk
!>,'l7-:t :
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
' ng lo engage in
'l< r the fictitious naiin- of
INISIIERS, .il Dade i'..iin-
- .1- in register said name
'M k of the Circuit Court
unty, Florida
II c KEKINISHERS &
I'HOI.STERERS, INC.
A i-'i,,i Ida v'oiiM,ration
OEN ET
l"i A|>|ili,ant
Road
|1< 1-8
tE BY PUBLICATION
JlRCUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
. IN AND FOR DADE
UN CHANCERY. No. 17279B
CHAXAN GRAY,
Plaintiff.
ICATHERINE (ilt.VY.
Defendant.
I|T FOR DIVORCE
I.E CATHERINE GRAY
Mk 8tn
. Kansas
' reb) notified Ih.it a Hill
iii for Dlvm-re has been
' "ii. and n o,i are reojulr-
.....p> of \ nur Anewer oi
'he mil of Complaint on
Utnrney, HENRY M.
" 11;igli-i si M
' the origin -I Answer or
of the clerk of
mi or before the
, r. 19 .1 If you tali
? nl b) default will be
-I you for the relief il,--
ktli. Kill of Complaint.
ahull he iinhllfheil nni*
ii ri msec li\e weeka
(WISH Fl.ORIDIAN.)
1M' ORDERED at Miami.
| 22nd day of September,
It. LEATHERMAN.
:lerk. Circuit Court.
|>adr County, Florida '
WM W. STOCKING,
Seal) DefMltV <'leik
KlaKle'i St Miami. Hoi i,la
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
.ii undei the flctltloua name of
REPRI i ACT CO., .ii 13* N W l-i
siieei. Intdnd to reglatei said name
with the Clerk -.r the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Ftarlds
GEORGE TRENCHER
PHILLIP A EELDMAN
Hole Owni
i n U 10 I-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY niVEN thai
the iiniiioiKii.il. deefrlog to ei .!-' n
i islnees undei ilie flctltloua name of
PAT'B ELECTRK' CO.. it 1179 B.W
Imi Street, Miami, Florida" Intends i"
reglatei said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
(i .1 PATTERSON
HARVBY It KLEIN
Attorne) for Pat's Electric Co
7L' Blacayne Building, Miami. Fla,
! 17-L't I" I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 172878
MADELINE OEHALDINE WERNER,
Plaintiff,
VS.
Ull.l.l.v.M JOSEPH WERNER JR.
1 iilellilant.
TO: WILLIAM Jl iSKI'H
WERNER, .IR
1344 Carol Kane. /.inn. Illinois
Your are required to serve copy of
youi answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce op the plaintiff's attorney,
ami to file the original answer In the
offlee of the Clel k Of the ClrcUlt Court
on or before the 29th day of October,
A Ii 1954: otherwise, the HIM of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will i- taken as confessed by
) nil
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
-l day of September, 1951
K B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'hi k nf the i Mrcull 'nun.
Dade County, Florida,
B) H'M W SI.....KING
(Circuit I 'mil 1 S.al) I H put) Clei ii
Na..... and Address of
Plaintiff's Soli, urn
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
n Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
10 l-s-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to eng
huaioeae under tin- flctltloua na..... of
SCREWBALL BAR CLI B, al 2200
N w 17th Avenue, Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
MORRIS BAIN
ROBERT M. DEEHL
Attorney for Applicant
905 Seybold Hlilg.
10 8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng i" engage In
buaineaa undei the fictitious name of
STiiNK s 5 ,v in. STORE, nl 559 N W.
17th Street, Miami, Florida, Intenda to
e with the Clei k of
ih. in. hi Com i of I Mile County,
Florida
I1BNNIE STONE
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Bennle Stone
1010 Miami, Fla,
9 :'i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33531-B
h, Re ESTATE OF'
Ji iSKKII H \ER, Deci us. >l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i I, .iii.. and All Persons Hay-
ing claim- iii Demands Aga nst Said
Estate
You, and each of yon ai t hi n By
notified and reiiuned in preacpi any
i-iaim.s ami demands which you, or
aithei of rou, ma) have against the
estate of JOSTKPH I'.ai-.i: di
late of Dads founty, Florida, i" the
Honorable County Judges ol inti
Count). ami file the same In 11.....
flees in the County Cburthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar month* from the date of the
flrsl puhlii itlun hereof. Bald claims
.a demands I" contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and In he sworn
I., and preaented a aforesaid, oi same
will he barred. Bee Section 7S3.16 of
the iir. Probate Act.
Wale September sth. A.D. l-4.
' Harold /.inn.
Aa Executor oi the l-i*t will
and Testament of
JOSEPH BAER, Deceased.
SCHWARZ & 7.1 NN
Attorneys for ExeVutor
I 17-21 10/1-8 ^^___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the Rctltlous name of
. \Kiil. CITY CAMS, al K25 N I, l.lsi
St, No. Miami. Intends to n>;-i'
said name with th* Clerk of the lr-
oull curt of Dade County, Fl.....
DAVID H vmn.i' DAVIS, Owner
MAI, ENGI,ANHi:it
\ for Applioant
|0(g.| !2-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to eng
- under il* flctfi our name of
DESIGNS A CREATIVE VI'.'I'S. at
809 Professional Building, Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend* to register ^.ii.i name a'lth
the i 'id k nf the "iri ult 'nun ..f l lade
County, Florid*
Ri iBERT II ESSLINCiER and
BIDNBY I'.. TAFEAE,
sou owners
BERNARD S MANPLER
Attorne) foi EasUngei and Taffaa
in 1-1-16 21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505.B
In Re ESTATE OF
SARAH MARCUS, a/k/a
SALLY MARCl'S, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate
You. anil each of you. are hereby
notified ami leiphrcil to present ejl)
claims ami demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SARAH MARCUS a/k/a
SALLY MAitcrs, deceased late ol
i'.nl. County, Florida, to the Hon
PRANK B. imiWI.ini;. County Judge
of Dade County, and tile the same in
lus office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar monthg from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claim*
or demands lo contain the legal .nl-
dreas of the claimant and to be sworn
lo and presented as aforesaid, or same
Will be barred Sfe Section Hi" ol the
1933 Probate Act.
Date Aacual 24, A D, net.
JULIA WALLER
As Administratrix of the
Estate nf
SARAH MARCUS R I I
SALLY MARCUS, Deci
STANLEY CAIDIN
Attorni tdmlnlsti atrix
I" I >-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t< eng*
buaineaa undei the fictitious nai
BROWNSVILLE DRUG. srnliK al
M 'i N \\ -.iii Av. intenda to r.i~-
I'l saiil name with the Clerk of the
Circuit C.....i of Dade Countv, Florida.
WARREN w. WELTERS
boli Ownei
ROBERT M DEEHL
Attorney for Applicant
Beybold BMg,
15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
JULANE GIFT BHOP, al 1783 Bii
cgyne Blvd., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court ol Dade County, Florida
JULES ii. liiiWi)
JANE D, HOLMES
KE8SLER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1781 W. Fiagler St.
in B-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
iderslgned, desiring lo engage In
business under the UutlUous name of
I'.l'.A SMART SHOP, at L'14 Miracle
Mile. Coral Gables, Florida, intends m
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad* County,
Floi Ida
UE.vtuice iiai.st, sole owner
10/8-1S-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" eagage In
buaineaa undei the flctltloue name ol
A l: C UPHOLSTERERS, al Di.....
County, Fla., intend! to register said
name with the Clerk of The circuit
Court of Daile County, Florida.
A II C KEKINISIIKKS &
L'PHOLRTERERS. INC
A Florida Corporation
QENET .< GENET
Attornevs for Applicant
4:'n Lincoln Rd,
H 17-:'I l" 1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 173061
MARi; VRF5T BRILL, Plaintiff,
\ a
JACK BRILL, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
p i ai K BRILL
i*_'l Prospect Avenue
Mamaronei k, New York
V. H VKI-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill "f cnmpiaini for Divorce
has been filed agalpst you, and you
are hereby reaulred tc serve copy
I of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plain) mi Plaintiffs attorney, and i"
file the original Answer In the office
of the Clerk "( the circuit Court, on
oi be)..... the 2nd day of November,
1954; otherwise, the allegation* o| said
BUI of Complaint will i- taken as con-
fessed against you.
Hated this uii day of October. 19.'.!.
E B LEATHERMAN,
clerk of circuit Court
B) ; H IAN i ii RNl IYER,
Deputy clerk (seal)
HKi iRGE I TAL1ANOFF, ESQ.
Attorne) for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla,
in B-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
j NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name "f
SI'PREME SERVICE COMPANY (not
Inc.). at liXii N.W. 2th Street, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl of Dgda Countyj
Flor'"" WALTER WKEKLER
MAX P BNGEL
Attorney for Walter Wheeler
in 1-8-13-22
f
ei I.M -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW1
NOTICE IS HEREBY l!l\ IN that
the undersigned, desiring to en
I,,,-,,icss under the n. iiiinu- name
WELDER'S EQUIPMENT
1' VN Y IN' '. al J...... N u J.tll AM -
sue, Miami. Fl.....Is Intend t regtater
raid name with the Clerk "'''',",,"'
cull Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, thl* -'2nd
da| ol Sepiember. ",'
v\ ii PKNNEL,
Secreta. > -Treasurei
Welders Kqulpment
Compan). im
<;: K I'KNNKK.
IVeshlenl.
Welder's Flqulnment
Owmpam. Ini
Attorney for the Corporation
NORMAN F BOIX)MON
tlMHt Alton Road
Miami Beach. Florida
10/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY H1VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HEN-KIST i'Ai'.i:i> BOO RANCH, at
1425 lves Dairy Road, NO. Dade. in-
t.niis t" register aald name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ____
MAt'lflK I.ASKIN
ENTERPRISES, INC.
BERNARD B. WEKSLER
Attorney for Applicant
HI BeyboM Bldg.
in 1-g-lS-Sl___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslg.....I. deairlng to engage In
business under the ll.-i.....u* name ::r
CORAL GABLES SCHOOL SUPPLY.
nl isi Minors Avenue. Coral Gables,
ii i,.1- i.....gliter sani name Ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Cfturl of DMi
County. Kioti'ii
PHILIP BURROW, Owner
SIDNEY RFRONSON *
Attorney for Applicant
702 Blsi >' Blog.
I" I IS-n-29 ^^__^_^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW '
NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" en|
business under Hie fictitious name of
SIDEWALK PAR CAKE at 1 3
\ \s .ith si Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
,-m,,t of Hade -"-Vk'R,Hi'?VMB
KKSSKER CARS
Attorney* for Applicant
,-,-; VV Magler St
in 1-15-22-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate your
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 33766-B
In Re: ESTATE OP
JACOB W, HI EG EL, also known as
Jacob Wolf Blegel, also known as
J. W. Slegel. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and A41 Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
laiin ami demands whleh you. or
either of you, maj have against the
estate of JACOB W SIKHEK. also
known as Jacob Wolf Blegel, also
known -is J, W Blegel, deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, i" the Hon-
orable Count) Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their oflk
the Counts Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the fust pub-
lli atlon hereof Bald claims or de-
mands in contain the legal addi
i he i i liinant and i" i" sum ii to and
ed .iv aforesaid) or saine will
ii. i..ii
Date i ictober B, A D. 1954
- CARL W SIKH El.
As Administrator of the Estate of
Jacob W Slegel, also known as
.i.n nl. Wolf Slegel, also Uiu'wii a*
.1 W Slegi I, Deceased
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-TOBER 8, 1954 Candlelighting Time for 1954+Jeistfk>rkfila,n PAGE 13 GINIMI WHEK CALENDAR itfrfSTTio SEDRA BIBLICAL PORTION nViwsl SPECIAL OCCASION w< 8 her 11 Jher 12 ktobn 13 ,er 15 Icr 18 htr 19 Ictober 20 *r 22 Ictober 27 lobcr 28 tr 29 kber 5 kfcer 12 kber 19 Kber 26 bber 3 Lber 10 bber 17 nbcr 19 bcr 24 ember 25 nbcr 26 %  ber 31 Dry 4 7 ry 14 ry 21 bar f 24 Lory 25 Vy28 pry 4 •ry 11 pry 18 nary 21 uory 22 try 25 Tishri 11 14 15 16 It 21 22 23 25 31 Cheshven 1 16 23 Kislev 1 IS 22 24 2 30 Tebeth 1 6 10 13 20 27 30 Shevot 1 5 Ha-a-zino Brocho Erev Succoi first day Svccot Second Day Succos Shabbos Choi Hu-ma-eel Hoihono Rabba Sh'tr.inl Atberes, Yiikor, Geshem Brocho Simchos Torah B'reshis Mevorchim-Cheshvan First Bay Rath Chodesh Second Day Rash Chodeih No-ah lech L'eho Voyeroh Chaye Sarah Mevorchim Kislev Teldes Rofh Chodcsh Kislev Vayalia Vo-yshlaefc Vavoshcv Mevorrhim Tebeth Mifcairr Erev Chanvkah-lst Candle Erev Rash Chodesh Tebeth 1st day Rash Chodesh Tebeth 2nd Day Rash Chodesh Tebeth Vayiaosh 19 5 5 Fast day-10th of Tebeth CANDLE LIGHTING 5:42 5:39 6:16 My Sincere Good Wishes Tor the Year to Come to the Officers and Members of PIONEER WOMEN CLUB NO. 1 Y MA cfWn^ £n Vr e Tt &r u *V i\ Mrs. CeJ/a Beckerman, President VoyeeM Shares Va-ay-ra Mevarchim Shvat 1st day Rosh Chodesh Shvat Sedra 2nd day Rosh Chodesh Shvat SoBo 5:36 5:33 6:08 5:29 5:24 5:18 5:15 5:13 5:11 5:11 5:12 5:1 S 5:19 5:23 5:27 5:33 5:38 5:43 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister and Family Extend Best Wishes for the New Yeor to the Inlirt Jewish Community 12 19 26 29 b 4 rch 7 |th 8 March 9 b 11 %  rch 12 18 brch 19 ch 24 25 1 ril 2 IS kpril 6 ril 7 Oder 1 3 10 U 14 IS 17 IS 24 25 t'shafach Shabbos Shiran 5:49 YJsro 5:53 Mishaatim Mevorchim Oder-Parshis Shkelim 5:51 1st day Rosh Chodesh Oder 2nd day Rash Chodesh Oder Trtimmh 6:02 Tiaveh Zocher Ki Tise Ta-anis Esther Parins Shashan Parim Ni 1 Vaykhail, Pikvday H aV Tie. Parshas Poro Parshas Hochedesh I Mevorchim Nlsan 9 n 12 kpril 13 ril 14 IS I 16 22 ril 23 kpril 27 29 10 21 22 26 27 28 13 [10 17 lie 18 20 21 9 10 13 14 IS 16 17 20 21 22 23 24 30 lyor 1 5 7 14 II 21 21 29 Sivam 1 S 7 Ml BeVfoVI H Pesech Sfe'nWni Shabbos Hagodel Bdikas ChomcK Era* Pesach, Airuv Tavshilin 1st day of Passover 2nd day of Passover 1st day of Choi Hamord Erev Yam far ——. 7th day Passover last day of Possover-Yizker (Memorial Services) Mavorchim lyar Tazrra Meioro Rosh Chodesh lyar Achmrey, K'dashim Israel's Independence Day Pesach Sheiny Laa I'oaier B'her t Ichokosy II II •amideer II Hat* Shevaaas Mavorchim Sivan Rosh Chodesh Sivan Erw Shevaaas, Airuv Tavshillin 1st day of Shevaaas 2nd day of Shevaaus-Yizkor 11 Jy 7 18 S 16 luly 20 129 23 28 13 20 27 *' 21 30 Tamui 1 4 11 %  17 It 25 26 Ov 1 3 4 9 "10 Nasa •'hoe-los-cha Sh'loeh Kerach Mevorchim Tamaz lit day Rosh Chodesh Tamui 2nd day Rosh Chodesh Tomuz 6:08 6:06 6:13 6:15 6:11 6:56 6:19 6:21 6:58 6:22 6:25 6:29 6:32 6:34 6:39 6:42 6:42 6:46 6:50 6:52 6:53 Chutes 4 Bolak Pinchas Fast day-beg. of 3 weeks of National Mourninj Mafes-Mas'ay Mevorchim Ov D'vorim I Beg. of the 9 days M Shabbos Chazon Vo s chanen F ast day-9th of Ov Shabbos Nochimi It 5 st 12 lust 13 bgust i| It 19 It 26 nber 2 stber 9 |"iber 11 nber 16 "17 "24 "25 "34J Elal 1 • IS 22 24 29 Ikev 6:55 6:54 6:53 6:51 6:46 6:43 6:31 Shaffim ..._. reiiay Te.o Nizovim Veyelech He-eiioe *Mevorchim Elal 1st day Rosh Chodesh Elal 2nd day Rosh Chodesh Elal Bea. Sound Shofar 6:33 __ ,._ 6:26 4:19 .... 4:12 1 a.m. First Slichas Erev Rosh Hashona-5716 N Meridian praann the above calendar far the J£2*ffL2L2S£'JX SS pkly candle lighting hours, as we" (•IfVVPUICnvs wa — — --"-T "as the dates af principal observances and the names Ide throughout the year. The calendar was anoreaation MB Tfilah, Miami Bench R.hb "IM.. af 0rtha4aB-*h af Amork. and •* %  *..*. %  %  ""* *"" fK OrganiietiM. Ha is director af tha Ortatar Miami Vaod Hakashrafi). ">y canaie lighting hoars, as wall a tne aai ke Law, It may ha clipped and served a* a gui kbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader af C ^he Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America and Bt Oraaaiiati.. u. :. j:..,... .1 'WWWW fAfrfArf'WAB/Av'WA^ WHY PARK OUTDOORS? Store your car in the only Bonded. Insured. Fireproof Storage Garage at MIAMI INTERNATIONAL Airport. Free 24 hour Courtesy Car Service to and from all PASSENGER Terminals. INTERNATIONAL PARKING GARAGE. INC. 4641 N.W. 36th STREET Opp. Eastern Air Lines PHONE 88-1304 f-\jj^ f ^\f^^J^^r^^^f^^y^^^f^^^^^if^>^^f J ^f / ^f^^



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PAGE 14 DEPENDAILE PRODUCTS DEPENDABLE SERVICE STANDARD OIL i< HUNTER LYON, INC. 901 So. Miami Ave. 3-3331 INSURANCE Jacobs Unveiling i The dedicaHnn ol a monument ,.., %  „,. rlv ol 1243 sv -i will t..kc place Sundaj ;,,n. on the Workmeni Circle Plol ol Mount Sinai M rial i u prominent in Jewish affairs He %  '" "' ,h '' organii Branch No BM ol Workmen's Circle, d member of tM %rbeiter Farband and OR*. mm Mtive in the Jewish Federa,„,n ol Welfare Kund>. Mr. Jacobs li survived by hi> wife. Sarah; fro wns. Joseph, ol Atlanta, and Alex, ol Washing! n DC; five (LaughEvelyn Welner, Hn Kittv Layton, t>th of Miami, kfn Wacksman. ol Washington, MrHenrietta Bell, of Houston Texas, and Dorothj Rose, of Durham N i and %  lister, MrMinnie R< : Durham He •JK, ;. grandchildren. Ar%  K m charge of Pal-. Monument Company. i, an d n re ased to attend Englander Unveiling The dedication of a monument the late I>aac nder, formerly of 2274 S\v 2nd st will take place Sunday. October 10. 1 pm. at Mount Nebo Cemetery. aritll Simon April officiating Mr Englander is survived b> hiwife. Anna; a MM, Simon; t '• rs, Mr ii "-'' %  %  Mn Helen Hoffman, of Holly* 1. Cat; two brother-, five grandchildren and nine Ichildren Mr Englander arai s former vice president h Apartment Owner A n and a member of riendship Club rangements are in • Miami kfOBUpany Friends and rela••end. DCPENOABi. *-1 Dflt REGULAR HOME beltv ''t| 1. DRYWOOO ERAWCATET Stra, 9 h< 5. SAME LOCATION 6. D. MASPLK ELECTatiC TO. APPLIANCES — REPAIRS 124 So. Micmi Aver.ue Phone 2-546'' Displer Unveiling nument to *.h. n %  I the late MUka Displer. : ol 836 loth -t 139 NE 1-t -t i ictober I 3 .turvivi tw,. Hi • r e r i in Mitchell Jacoby, who has been actively engaged in funeral direction during the past 25 years, announces his affiliation with Flagler Funeral Service. 2987 West Flagler st., whose Jewish funeral facilities are now under his supervision. Jacoby is a member of the Fathers Asso ciation of the Boys Club of America and Jewish War Veterans Post No. 330. Miami Beach. Miami Convalescent Homo LEO ALLEN. Director J35 S W. 12th Annul Phones 3-S4J7 antf t-OfTB Soeclalij'ng In Care to the Elderly ant Chronically III. 84-Hour Nursing Serv ice Special Diota Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Privtto Rooms. Ory-ooa §P tubtWT 6 *J TRULYHOIEN "'AM, -St., 82-6441 MIAMI BEACM _fj 5-3444 SUNttfi HEALTH | HOTtt-l ntami See or Ha— Ale NAT GANS Pfc. 3-441* 4-tfll lift INSURANCE WffDS Metropolitan Lift Insurance Co. 907 Biscoyne Plaa., If W. Healer LONG-OISTAaj MOVEI DAILY rlOt4 Mew Yerfc. Ne. jsn^l aelahio, loltiowrt, Igj A loony B.sls., rrtnfcWj other points. DIAL 5 7147 RETURN LOADM M. UEBERMANl] 6SS COLLINS i Upto-DUe Vu | LEWM.I Trcxnsfer & Sk 328 N. E. 2nd Im PHOIfE 2-MB I Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. Law Firm Moves 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 TO ALL SfASOft'S CffT1MCS JEA\ m S CANWV SHOPPE 534 LINCOtN ROAD 0, M 'tt Lincoln Theatre Tresota. Condiei JaiKei C/ft Novelties fnH Saiaaers REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month Guarantee-—$7.SO up, exert. EXPERTS OH STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS —REASONABLE PRICESBATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS HI VOLT BATTERY MFG. 1880 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-0637 McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. FROM FARM TO YOU Iman 4 Goldstein, loci law firm, thiweek announced thr re moval of their office* to 2303 Weal' Flagler -t Miami Member* (if the firm are Jerome Goldman. Samuel Goldstein. Richard J talautti and Norman Kaplan Lula Jones Floweri fr All Occasions D I I I V E I T Cat Flowers • P.ttea Plants • Cersaaes • Faneral Dasifal • WeaMsaf* !•!• i.W. I Hi STtffT 2-5790 • Phones • 2-5384 A HAPPY MEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ItVrson Co. Wholesale Distributors Ladies and Children's Wear 212 N.W. 1st COURT FASHION MART BUILDING Phone 9-5912 WWl*^**W^**WWl. Tilipaiai 4-344 HENRI'S RESTAURANT flMST CFRMAN AMfRfCAN CWUHt er f—r Casavert Como/efelf Air Caa^VHalW 3141 ROMCI M IMM MVt. CORAl GAIICS, HA. 6851 N. E. Second Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL Phone 84-4521 %  SNIDER-JONES, INC. Manufacturers ol Trade Wind Gift Jellies MIAML FLA. PHONE MO 1-2730 GREETING!, 1 C. H. LYI] Foundry and I Compasf' (not at) Establish* *| 105-109 N.W. mi Phone Mil Builders if luirtal Memorials for the mar) rj no Jewish Trade Look for th* 2-Story Whiu Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS 340.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES 0ta Saaaay, n^ IMJ4t A LARGE VARIETY OF ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM LOTSPI FLOOI CO. I 3800 MX Wi COMPLETE S| NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR FRE^ AND PATROL Try Our Famous RESTAUBA N r S 1S44 SOUTH tOII NrSHWAY



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PAGE 12 -. .-. TO ALL .• ,GREEI1KG-SM JANES REALTY COMPANY Not Incorporated KENDALL. FLORIDA — Phone MO 7-3651 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA Phone 1303 POMPANO BEACH — Phone 9815 A. W. JANES. Registered Broker GREETINGS TO ALL Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR CLDSMOBILE DEALER 1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE 4S-3704 THE KEYS ARE WAITING: DRIVE OUR SPECIAL 'ROCKET SHOW CAR TODAY! GREETINGS TO ALL rJCxk„i4,rrkrM**r • %  FRIDAY Jewish Women's Orsanizaty By MRS. AARON FARR Are there any President, Conference of Jewish Women's Organisations of Dade end Broward Coonfie* rdineting disinclination toward affiij wom "'' group, m '•tioo? coo Perhaps an lM,1; """ S^erhood "'iernoc I h.s generally arises because of or inability to pay council' u (lu. What very is Conference's program? Conference meet] i„ ur 1IW sj its membership a well balanced. „J, gram at each meeting, s „ ua i ly ^ faith. United Natloni Greatarl M.i! Is Conference a functioning or Agency? Conference Is i eoordintling. agency, functioning onli In an administrative way. We publish a yM Booh with Itttj "< clnta. %  ilillRR t Rl names. dub dates, i Jewish ealenttar and bylaws What organizations are affiliated with Conference? Practkall) ever) Jewish women's group in Dade and Broward counties is %  member of Conference These include Sisterhoods, all fta daa mh groups. Mi n National Council of Jewish Women. --.„ American Jewish Omgnm, u,m or ,ht r br..a,i subjects, ^Z AuxJIiarj of the Jewish Home er* or panels We also each year BM program presented by the clubs order to acquaint each club with itii-v A Leadership Training htfjn each year which is invaluable potential leaderin Women's gimj We eoordinati r direct effonnd program mat< i to use it in thru i II a rl lev's Aulo Top Shop The Best In Materials end Workmanship 1234 N.E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-89S7 tTr MERCURY LITHOGRAPH -(5 N. W. 5th Street Mianii Telephone 82-6567 EXPERTS IN MULTICOLOR OFFSET • Fowler* SJ a Footl •X Poullrv Marketf Map ia i | no Parkin] Worries" 267 MINORCA AVENUE Phone 4-1711 • OTTO HYMAN ond JOf PRESS of MAlfclYNN COLD STORAGE AND WHOLESAl^ flOHN FOODS 2181 N.'.V. lOt -. AVENUE PHONES M ftd Semens Creefines To AM Their f rieads erf n**l A KAJr MEW YEAR TO AU *. Meg#jnu i:>iiiiti: PUJMBIM REALTOR 4102 IAGUNA STRICT, CORAl CARIES 605 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 58-8551 %  E T I H 0 $ Ed. ./. Yisvhi REAl ISTATE IN AU ITS BRANCHES IMH N.I. 7th AVENUE %  Rhaat 14 4661 TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI COAL & OH CO. MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE | 2156 N.W. 1 lth Avenue o AU ... MfrriNcs MANFRED M. UNGAl3J32 N.W. At* STRUT



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"TOBE R 8. 1954 *t<*n+nrrtrn*n PAGE S jhoelson Becomes Mrs. David r; Chooses DuPoini Ballerina [September 11. was the for their marriage by i T. Shoelson and David \li., shoalson is the Mr gnd Mrs. Bernard 41 SW 15th st. The Irents are Mrs. Helen South Shore dr., and I, Blauner, of New York brriA Skop officiated n ceremony in the Corl m „| i he Kmpress HoLincr attended his son f, and ushers were Jimnour ShoeLson and Ibbiriv I-,l wedding airs were llic Max Miller Trio. The pure silk DuPoini kith bustle bow back, ,,!i shoulder neckline %  with re-embroidered Lncon lace. Her doubleIcil imported French ilIfiom a cloche of alenjjc carried a white satin Irrd with two white orIshowered with white 111 cent shape arjewclry consisted of a lircd pearls, gift of the father Matron of honor |oppriilieimer, sister of rho wore a pink faille nil carried a sweetheart tuquet. Mrs. Shoelson Harrow wore grey chif|rk t.iffcta and pink emorgandy, respectively, Ihose white orchid cor tu 11. Chalif, maternal er ol the groom, honorlg couple by attending York She chose royal |rhite orchid corsage. arrangements were deBlackstone Flower kim and buffet dinner %  owed the ceremony. It of town guests were Hx-bert Oppenheimer. brother-in-law of the Jj.ick Oppenheimer. Mr. falter Wallman and Mrs. aunt of the bride, all %  go Also attending were In 1 Price, aunt of the m Southampton, N.Y., Jward L C'halif, uncle |m from Short Hills, N.J. i< a graduate of Chi,ind attended Rooscke in Chicago and the foi Miami, The groom is Mrs. Feuer Again To Head Chapter Mrs \V. I.teoer'will bfc-rmrtalled^ president of the Hanna Senesch On.up of llartassah for her second t"rrn oh Monday. October 11, at noon m the Sea Gull Hotel Mrs Irwin Weinstein, president of the Florida Region, will be Installing officer. Others to assume posts include the Mcsdames Max May, Philip Rudine, Henry Nelson, Dorothy Fink and Jack Falk. vice presidents; Charles Bushnell. treasurer; I.il\ Hutt. financial secretary: Florence Lippman. assistant financial secretary; Sydney Bloc, recording secretary. The Mcsdames Sadie Bennett, corresponds secretary; Lillian Atlas-, social secretary; Maurice Klein and Rose Kohl, chapter representatives; Bessie Teitch. auditor and Rebecca' Kreiger. parliamentarian. Named to chairmanships will be the Mcsdames May, membership; Rudine. program; Nelson, fund raising; Fink, education; and Falk, dinner dance. Chairman of the installation is Mrs. Jennie Applerouth, with Mrs. Atla:-s in charge of decorations. Mrs. Rudine is program chairman. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr and Mrs. Philip atsman The Harvey Sootins, of 6576 SW have -returned te their"tiome at \ 22ndst.. announce the birth of 2230 SW 21-1 ave.. following a sum! their daughter, Sharon Anne. The new arrival joins her 14 month old brother, Leone Prank. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. .lack Woolson, Worcester. Mass. Pater• nal grandparents are Miami pioneers, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin. Mr. and Mrs. Eli N. Argintar announce the birth of their daughter. mer spent in Roscommon. Mich. it Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of 1120 SW 13th ct„ Miami, have returned home following a visit with then children in Cleveland. ft A Eugene Lyon. <,f the Blackstonc Flower Shops, has returned home j Susan I-ouisc. on September 8. Sufollowing a combined vacation and W %  two-year old sister, u ... „._• Ellen Ruth. Maternal grandmother business tr.p to the Chicago Na| js Mrs Ma „ 8>Wc ,, aternai gran(1 tional Florists Association Convenparents are Mri and Mrs. 0 tion. \r rintar S-:S3-:*2S->S3*>SS'>SS*>SS,.-iS^->^SvSS': Mr. and Mrf. David Blauner ,\ graduate of Riverside Military Academy at Gainesville and attended Citadel Military College in Charleston. S.C. For her going away costume, the bride chose a pink cotton ensemble with pink accessories and double white orchid corsage. Upon completion of a honeymoon spent on Miami Beach, the newlyweds will reside at 651 NE 86th St., Mi ami. Directors to Meet Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold its opening board of directors meeting on October 14. 1 p.m at the Trail Lodge, 2483 SW 8th st. <^>emilu $ KOS.iER C4 tUtKS WISHES YOU A HAPPY MEW YEAR and a raw TOTin *UM II Weddings Buffets Bar Milzvahs Garden Parties CATERING A CompUte Service No Pjrty Too Small — No Party Too Large 775 Dadc Boulevard Miami Beach Phone 5-V952 If No Answer Call 84-2078 Under Rdbbmicdl Supervision !Hf lAMIlr of the fate MAX |l S H B E I N [to extend sincere lion for the many kind lions of sympathy tiring their recent leaf, %X riSHatlN one* MM/IT Temple Israel Men Sponsor Bridge Tourney Men's Club of Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th st., will sponsor a full master point bridge tournament on Tuesday night, October 12. Play will begin at 8 p.m. in the Temple's air conditioned Kaplan Hall and is open to all interested men and women in the Greater Miami area. Winning players will be awarded master points and other prizes. SAM HIRSCH presents IN PERSON (Barbara Britton ISTAR OF MR. AND MRS. NORTH TV SERIES in the Broadway comedy hit "Born Yesterday" with a Broadway Cast OPENING [TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12th (Two Weeks Only) Nightly (except Men.) 8:30 MATINEES SAT. and SUN. Bex Office Open 10-10 FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 7-1842 or 89-9755 Acini I IS l.SS :.T.O lax Inc. Air Conditioned BILTM0RE PLAYHOUSE 151 N.E. 40th ST. MIAMI Closing Sunday ARTHUR TREACHER in "ClUTTfMU" YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE %. JUS l fii?J the home I SUNSHINE FASHIONS •re. U.S. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale Nt%\ Palm Beach \riii Island' happiness, security. 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-.TOBER 8, 1954 +Jelstth>rM**r, Osheroff, Local jies Here at 56 fc a Osherof, 56, Miami \ : and religious leader, Cjy Sept. 28. She lived fadian ave. nt here in 1943 from J>a She was active in the ichor Association at Mii senior High and at CenI Elementary schools. Ln.lf was the first pres| a number of the Hebrew ladieauxiliary at MiShe also was a life j Temple Emanuel where fmemher of the board of bf the sisterhood and a airman of the confirmajcommittee. la director of Greater Mi|sah. For many years she nan of Hadassah's local Ifor Israel" drive. an organizer and first Fof the Sisterhood of the Sty Synagogue in Penn_ Dickson City, she was Tof the,Red Cross hospiinclude her husband, ghter, Mrs. Joan Harris, ach; a son, Leo, of Tel her father, Morris other, Joseph M. Rose; f. Mrs. Sonya Leibson and Nevel, and a grandson, ni Beach. were held in Riverside Chapel. Miami Beach, in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. ami; and a brother. Watty, whn h an Army major KUtionifi at Baltimore MM. Bervlcea Mere held xi-uie Rlverafaa Funeral Home Chapel in MI, mi Hi. n.,1 h< l.l in Ml. Uinal I lary, MAX FISHBINE •J, f 1110 Flamingo Way, Miami Beai h, died Sept. 10 IIhad I aia< '" here i I years, coming fn.ni K.ir Rockawa; N > He a u In the wli,,i,.xiii,. fruit ami produce bualnem Ha a>ai a Mason ., member* ol the Knight* ,,f Pythias, ami the Market latlon. Surviving are his w\tt .Mi*. Boat! H. Plshblna; two daughtara, Paarl ami Florence; ., son Hai old i. and %  lister, Mn Fetti Bel. aei. all of Miami Beaoh. Service! were h.-l.l ut Beach Memorial Chapel r..l lowed by burial In Mt Nabo Csmeter) ABRAHAM BRENNER s. of tu s\v lath lana, a flvi n-nlrtrnt of Miami, dk-.l Sept. SO OrlfInaJI) nf Chicago, in.. Ilr. Brenner "'" %  retired dry K ,„| N merchant. Surviving are his wife, Rosa; three brothara, lm-liullng Samuel and Rudolph, of t'hirajco. and Kdwnrcl, of Oorar Onbtan; two M.-t.i -. Mr*. Klla (loldberg and Mrs. Sarah Abraham*, both of Chicago. Service* and burial were held In Chicago, -with the Onr%  lon Kuneral Hume, Miami, In charge of local arrangements. JOSEPH BCHWARTZ T. of 3*01 BW 7th st a resident of Miami since March, passed away Oct. 1st. Services were h.1.1 in Brooklyn. Surviving are his wife. Bather; two sunn. Dr. Morris Schwartz, of Million. N.Y. and .lacob • .Schwartz, of Hrooktyn: two brothers In New York; a sister Mrs. Bessie Cooper, of Miami Iteach. The tk>rdon funeral tlome was in charge of local arrange ments. MAX JACKSON 6, of Ml Meridian ave., a three year resident of Miami Reach, passed away Saturday. Services were held at the Rlversjdr Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach. Burial followed at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Jackson, who retired from the retail fur business, is survived, by his wife, I^ena: win, Bernard, Miami Reach: a sister, Mrs. Cussie IVskin, Chicago. PAGE 11 i =3 Jeltner Dead jfas Retired Decorator fcreltner, 69. of 1780 SW (a retired decorator and pnl Saturday night, Sept. lmii) Chicago 20 years U ire lii~ wife, Bessie; Bernard B. of Chicago ere for services with his |ter Rose; and Staff Sgt. and I'fc. Barry M. Geltthe Army; a daughter, Jellner, Miami. son*. S Sgt Herbert B. Barry M. were both sta\h the First Marine Airin Korea, and were kck to Miami on emergenfo be at their father's bedIt. Sinai Hospital. HeadMarine Corps in Washterminated their leave i<\ they were both reasthe Third Marine Air )pi Locks instead of re\v\i in Korea. were held in the Miami If the Gordon Funeral tli burial in Mt. Sinai jlverman Succumbs fork at 96 PKK EUbM Mordecai M. believed to be the old|in the country, died here of 96. >n, a prominent scholar leal law, was vice preside Union of Orthodox the United States and ^d a leading figure on the board of greater New lEBECCA DUBINBAUM f> lllli ave., .lied Or.t 1st. A I" r here for many years, she [Miami her permanent home 1 e ist two months. tturvlvhu*band, Aaher, Miami; a |uel. Long l-lanil, and. a sisll.tli,-! l;,,*,.|iberg of The r REO SAL2MAN SW lth ie... who came ago from Chicago, died .loin,Mi siiiinian was rein •• Cleaning business. He 1 %  hii, it.. Jennie; a son, {•f Chicago two daiiKhters. Ij-al/niali. Chicago, and Mr*. f New v.,ik. and one %  "ice* I Inirial were held "Ith the Oordon Miami ><"> %  in i harge ol arrange[MORRIS LIPIT2 | s >> 11th *i operator of a %  re ho|i who .aine hara ['" %  •i" lain rear* aa,.. His if... Ml Ri and .. brother BUT•^IMI.S ware held al the %  .Memorial Chapel. Burial "' I'llllailvlphla. JACOB RUBIN .'.s. of .'.14 NW L'ilril ft., passed ;i\v;iy Bept -'Mil in i local hospital. Burvlv,-ti t.i hi* wife Kuth A., two M>na My nin and Edward, one brother latdor* and twn sisters. Miss Realty Rubin ami Mr.Balhei Dermer Remain* i i ,ni to KHzHi.i'ih. Slew Jeraoj for aarvlcaa and interment by Miami Rival siil. LEGAL NOTICE DAVID SARNOWICH 79. of 1'iu Pennaylvania ave., Miami Beach. pas*,.,i awai Sept. L*T th. Rervloaa were bald hi New Vork City, win v.Ml S.i: nOWlt-h died hi log a daughter A retired garment induatr) worker, ba came to Miami Betaca IS yean ago from Mew York City. Burvlrora Include hl wife, Janni,-. two dallKhUi s. Mis iii'la Jean Cohen of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Gertrude Berlin of New York: two sons. Men is Si: now ,.f Miami Beach and Arthur Sarnow of N.w York, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. MAX EPSTEIN 7. of Sl!i SW llth ave a retired merchant who came here six years ago from Tin kalloc. N Y died Sept wth. He la survlveil by hi* wife, Kcbecua: three sons. Morris, Milton and Barney, all of Miami a daughter, Mrs Ida I'ullrriii.iu. of New York, and a brother Bel vice* and burial were held in \'.'\i Yolk with c.orilon's Miami Kuneral Home in charge of local arrangallli'llls. MBERT HORLICK • s .Hi tcr., was a victim _PK a,, Idem "ii Mondav. A at"-i,,n. Horllch lam, bora • nt n yeara ago and was "' Miami Reach High r wrved In World War II %  i of the Jewish War l addition to hi* wife. HOT7 hit mother, l-Yan•'iter, Arlene, both of MtFREDA STEINHART TO, of r.-.'x NW 47th St., paaaed awaj s,.pt ::iitii in a local hosplul. Survived l,\ three daughters, Porothj Robinson, KlixalH-lh l.ant* and Irene Hartne) ami fmir *on*. Lawrence, Kamual. Mli hi a) and Harn Bai i i> ei were hi M %  I M i.in Rlveralde iili Intermanl In Ml Blnal Cemeterj JACOB PEARL •;:'. ..f 2.;n sw Hth ave owner of tli" Trail Hardware ami I'aini Co., died sept loth He came here II years ago from Newark, N I Snvivoi* include hla wife, Anna, two aona, Jeaaa and Irving, ail of Miami: two sisters and two grandchildren Bervtcea we* held nt Riverside Miami Chapai. "" Il builai In Mi. Nabo Cemetery MRS. MILLIE SHAVITSKV 70 of IS6 Michigan ave. Miami Beach, died Sept. !rd. She came here five month, ago from Boston. I^von Include a son, Ira W *'" m jtn. "' M '' Beach. Services were hld In Boston with Beach Memorial I Impel in chaige of local arrangements. MRS. MONA ALTMAN M. of 1191 71st at. Miami Beach died Sept L'Jrd. Services were held at K v erstde Memorial Chanel. Miami Baacb. followed by burial in •£ %  "£ tan Mrs Altman came here 11 >ear* a.o tram Chicago. She was a inemli.-i X the National Children's Cardiac Home Jewish Home for the Aged North' Shore Tern BMarhood.1 ind a pa*, treasurer of the Da"3 11 ?! Zlon orphans Home of < hliago s,iir viv ng are a son. Meivln and a daUgh,..,. Mrs Kl.anof Kapee >"h '•' ami Reach; two sisters and a brothel. ALBERT JONAS tt of 1SI0 SW SlUh it i'as% %  gjpt. Wtb kta ra-ldc. Burvgad by hla wife Harriet and OM f on _P, :;,„, ,„,..nnent by Miam i Rivarmde MRS GIZELLA MARCUS KS nf MS Meridian ave.. Miami Beach, MiII Rudo f and Mrs. fS&uEF, -' 'VTiritoni ami. and Samuel of HgXttoro. MAX EPSTEIN 76 of HI s\v llth ave, a retired mer.Lnt who oama from ;i %  ... ka h... NY.. *:v yoara ago. %  > -\>"< %  '.-., ., %  ,•' %  vlvlng are hi* wife Mr*. Reb.. n* M stein, "f Miami: tin •• %  s; %  "" .„ %  Milton, and Barney a ^aughter. Mra ^'•vl^'citr'sliw':"";.:. %  bur.-. arrangements. NOtrCS lletOER FltTlTfCHJS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ttderaignad, desiring to can,in.In itUou I...in., ol HI \Ti: hi\i: A jf|j TEN f'HXT BTDKE, al i&42 > W sth St., Miami, ntenda to rci i na Ith the • lent 01 in.in, ml Com t ol I ,,,,|.. County, l. BENJAMIN 0 inllM WEIN8TEIN, U l.l\si i;|., A WEIN8TEIN AH. i in;. %  t,,i Applicant l-'" Lincoln Road 10/8.lj CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE .OF FLORIDA TO ALL TII wilnM THE8E PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: W h,i BEATRICE Al.TKR. MIAMI BEACH, KI.ORII'A SYLVIA HERMAN, MIAMI BEACH, F*LORH>A SAIL GENET, MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA did on the 2tli day of March, A.D. MM, cause tt be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 60*, Florida Statutes, CORONA HOTEL. INC. a corporation, with it* principal place of business at Miami. Had.County, in the State of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 2th day of September. AD. 1S34, cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of Htnt,of the Slat* of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholder* under the provisions of said Chapter 608, Florida Statutes, showing the irrsHOhitton of such corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretary of State does hereby certify to the foregoing and that he Is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the Twenty-ninth day of September. AH. IBM. R. A. GRAY. Secretary of state. (HEAL) in s M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173092 .IKSSIK WILSON, Plaintiff vs. KENNETH ROY WILSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in KENNETH ROY WILSON Addreai unknown rOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED t" a COPS Of > our alisw. I to til," complaint for divorce filed lalntiffs attorney, RiciiAKH KR1EGER I'INK. 112 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, and to rile the il in the offli %  "f the Clerk of the above Court on or before the 7th da] of November, IM4; otherwise a default will be entered against you. DATED: tins Ith day of October. I i E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk By I. 8NEJ2DEN, Deputy Clerk la/R-is-n-M IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 31128-B RB: BBTATE oF ROSE SINGER, Deceased, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE i* herein given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Dlacharge aa Ancillary Administratrix of the .state of It'iSK SINGER, deceased; and that on the 10th day of November, MM, will apply to the Honorable l-Tank B Howling. County ludge of Dade County, Florida, for approval ol said final report -and for final dlacharge at Ancillary Admlnlatratrla of thi Eet< of R08E BINGi:P., dea eaaed il, s 21sl das of September, i 154. THEI.MA SILVERMAN Mi, Itorj Ailininisli.itfix GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Anclllarj Administratrix i _"' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SHORES BAR. at 11711 N.B. 8 nd Avenue, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida GEORGE M. TITI.ANK. JR. QEOROE M TITI.A.NE. SB. Sole Owners HENRT M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant HII W Flagler St.. Miami, Fla. |0/l-IS-S>-** TO All... MHMM For Beowtifwl Cat Fleweri •ad Cartogas at low Prkea Call • THf £X0TIC GMDMS, INC. SIND MM %  %  WORLDWIDE For Batter HoaUh Viait th Miami Health Institute General Diagnosis and X-Ray Physical Therapy Body Conditioning Colonic Irrigations Cabinets and Massage 7235 Biecayno BouloTard PHONE 7-7MS 7,| MR. and MRS. SAUL HERMAN of the Dl LIDO HOTEL DINING ROOM WISH THf tNTIRt JeWlM COMMUNITY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YtAR NEW YEAH GREETINGS TO AH TED'S GROTTO RESTAURANT 6970 COLLINS AVENUE • PHONE UN 6-6147 MR. MURAVCHICK and MR. SILVERSTEIN of the SAGAMORE HOTEL EXTEND UST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TITLE INSURANCE A eVfmife imtmrmmf ceefraef iaileei •/ M OPINION mt U Iht ceadifiea of rif/a LANGFORD BUILDING. MIAMI — PHONE 82-5618 ESCROWS ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY Tom llafte TO ALL... GREETINGS J i ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY Phone: MO 7-2551 Box 786, Coral Gables. Fla. YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 48 N.W. 7th Street Phone 2-4768 East Coast Fisheries, Ine. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS Florida Builders Service, Inc. 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL MARGARET ABU* and KWIK CHEK V STORES "One In Your Neighborhood" MIAMI, FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA ,.. T ^__JZZ TO All CRECTINCS COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP 1661 ALTON ROAD PHONI 5-940J TO All. ..GREETINGS MADAME LOUISE READER 1709 N.W. 55th STREET



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, Y OCTOBER 8, 1954 •Jewtsj>rk>rkto*r) PAGE 7 n Joseph Rose to Head Academy _nship Campaign Lph Rose, local ,fetf) 0 owiier hue leader, was tljis week jj membership chairman of threw Academy byi£ I. Binrresirlent. |ned I" serve with Hose are Goldberg and Frank Brick|co chairmen. Academy, a coeducational chool. has launched its sevannual membership drive will continue through Noir 15. (online to Rose, an increase i numbers is expected during bmpaign. dulcd for the duration of Lmpaign are weekly breaki at which time progress retwill be given by committee km. Academy PTA Officers Installed Installation ceremonies of newly-elected Hebrew Academy I'TA officers were held jointly with a reception for the Academy facUlty at the Casablanca Hotel on Sunday evening. Mrs. Alexander Kogan, chairman of the group for the past three years, was installed as honorary president. She also introduced new members of the Academy faculty. Other officers installed were the Mesdames Charles Gertler, president; Alex Miller, vice president; Joseph Zemel. vice president; Moses H. Rosenhouse, treasurer; Daniel Yedlin, recording secretary; Norman Glover, social secretary; Shushannah Specter, chaplain. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, was installing officer. Mrs. Moses Rosenhouse, chairman of arrangements, said that a playlet. "The First Hundred Years," honoring the American Jewish Tercentenary, WM presented by seventh grade students of the Academy. The playlet was written and di rected by Alfred Cosman, instructor of social studies at the Academy. Mrs Samuel Cohen, past presi-. dent of Hebrew Academy Women, was hostess of the evening. Meets Friday fj'.ar meeting of the Dynamic .logical Society of Greater will be held Friday evening. tr 8. at the home of Mr. and Mo>es Meyer, 62S1 SW 24th Giblin Addresses Beach Civic League on Reds Judge Vincent Giblin was principal speaker at the second dinner meeting of the fall season of the civic league of Miami Beach on Monday in the Hickory House, Irving i > pen. president of the group, announced. The Dade County Circuit Court Judge discussed "Fifth Amendment Communists." This was the second in a series of forums on the subject of Communism and methods of combatting its encroachments, Cypen explained. MOVING IS SO EASY...WHEN YOU CALL Dr. Gilbert l. fritdman Dr. Friedman Back in Mjami a Gilbert W. Friedman has recently returned to Miami to resume the practiee of optdmetry alter serv%  ne two years with the Armed Force*. Dr. Friedman is the son of Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Friedman, of 2340 SW 25th ave. He associated with his father here. The native-born optometrist is a graduate of Miami High School. He studied at the University of Miami and spent four years at the Massachusetts College of Optometry. Dr. Friedman is the grandson of Miami pioneers Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Dubler. While in service, he was O.D. in the processing station at Atlanta. Ga. Prior to that, he was assigned to the base hospital at Fort Jackson, S.C. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS •J14 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 45860 Have your roof repaired now: you will ave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" VanLUted Milan's Oldest i n c One ol ine South': liireit lilt Distinct I n d Doof'o-Coot Movers STORAGE SPACE NOW AVAILABLE IN OUR TWO, MODERN, 7-STQgY WAREHOUSES Fireproof ConstTHdita Ooty Private storage Room u Greater Miami .Stive/ end Ruj Vmlti. 100* A D.T. 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MV OCTOBER 8. 1954 +JelsffksMrtr PAGE 3 [ er Urges Area purchase Bonds Lib Shir Greater Miami chair„( Stale ol Israel Bonds, this lk teued an appeal to the Jew toomunity "to maintain the V-with Israel's pioneers. L r ecpiained he was transLu the message originally de%  r ( .,i by Golda Myerson, MinisL Labor in Israel, last week on Lionai telephone conference. | r s Myerson praised the efforts Eg people of Israel during the j six years. "We have certainly e our share." she said. Sher exjicd MrMyerson also observ"that "we know the people of prica will continue to give us Jr support." Ibllowini! ,ne conference, Sher |cd the Jewish community here Jake advantage ol the High Holy £ once Bgaln "to give concrete Cmstration <>f your faith in Isby Investing in State of Israel (! reported that $400,000 of the Vooo quota for Miami has al[jy been subscribed. >odman Hadassah Stress Membership tegular monthly meeling of the |. Goodman Group'*! Hadawah be held on Thursday evening, ober 14 8 p.m.. at the Johnina *1, according to Mrs. Alfred g, president. El William Lee, chapter memShip chairman, will speak on Dbersbip. membership induction skit, Sme, be the Weavers," will be bented by Miss Dorothy Parkusisted by members of the ,up lertificatos will also be present|to those who have been memof Hadassah for 10 years or te. rw Memorial Chapel pie City "f Miami Beach gave [approval at a council meeting phe Beach Memorial Chapel for mission to erect a new chapel facilities at 1250 Normandy .Miami Beach. Mr. taring ad Of Beach Memori.il. ounced that eonitraetSoo ian 1 jmbership Campaign I njamin Gladwin, presiIt of the Stephen S. Wise Group padassah, this week announced the group will discuss the motion of a membership drive Its general meeting on October 112 30 p.m., m the Bel-Aire Ho6515 Collins ave., Miami Beach. ipple Unveiling %  he dedication of a monument )he memory of the late David pple. formerly of 321 SW 8th (.. will take place Sunday, OcM 10. 2 p.m., at Mount Nebo netery, with Rabbi S. T. Swirofficiating. Mr. Kripple is vived by his wife, Lee; one Murray L. Krell, of Miami; daughter, Mrs. Harriet Meyof Jacksonville, Fla.; one Jher, Morris, of Miami Beach; one sister and three grandpdren. Arrangements are in rge of Thurmond Monument npany. Friends and relatives asked to attend. ime Omitted fame of the Zion Food Center, Med at 1437 Washington ave., r mi Beach, was omitted from the of Kosher markets under the K-rvision of the Miami Beach Jacob Vaad Hakashruth. Ich appeared in The Jewish fidian issue of October 1. Operof Zion Food Center are lip Romer and Samuel Sussman. IN THE MAIL Editor, The Jewish Floridian. Gentlemen: We herewith enclose n copy of a letter this day forwarded to the Lincoln Manor Restaurant and would appreciate your publishing this letter in full or taking such excerpts as you think necessary in order to acquaint the public with the present situation affecting that establishment. GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRITS HARRY SIRKIN, President Lincoln Manor Restaurant 2 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Gentlemen: We should like to place ourselves on record that not only is it our duty as the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus Board to pursue our duty on behalf of the public to assure them of the fact that their confidence has not been betrayed when entering a kosher restaurant advertised as being kosher, but likewise to demand the cooperation of the operators of such restaurants to fully comply with all of the Kashruth laws applicable thereto. We are quite confident that with the beginning of our New Year that your organization will not only comply with all Kashruth laws affecting the operation of your restaurant, but that you will likewise remember the serious obligation that is placed upon you to so conduct your business in full compliance of the Kashruth laws if, in fact, you intend to advertise and hold your restaurant open to the public as a kosher restaurant. In line with all of the above, we therefore place ourselves on record with you as to what additional matters will have to be taken care of, as hereinafter outlined, in order for you to properly conduct and advertise your restaurant as a kosher place to eat. in adherence to the principles of Kashruth as outlined in the Jewish law. In accordance with the findings of the Municipal Court of Miami Beach on September 22. 1954, you were found guilty (if selling nonkoaber food as kosher in your restaurant, which you advertised widely as a kosher restaurant. In accordance with instructions which we have received from Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky. who is the Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus and a recognized authority on Jewish Law and which organization in Coral Gables Home For Sale Coral Gables, beautiful Riviera Section. Nicely landacaped 100'x12V lot. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, living room 22'xW. screened tile porch 30x15, carpeting, drapes, electric etove and refrigerator, gaa heat. Qood terms, t21.000.00. Owner—415 Bargello, MO 7-4S41. Compare TETLET TEA witb iny otlwr •raw' tAMOUi aiNCi ii then Compare TEILEY TEA with any other brand *WKt the Greater Miami area, this is to hereby formally notify you that all your dishes, pots, pans and miscellaneous utensils have been rendered unusable in accordance with the Jewish laws. If it be your intention to chouse to display and advertise your restaurant as -erving kosher food, it will in' necessary for you to fully comply with all of the kashruth laws affecting such an operation and to further comply with the additional changes as hereinabove recited. We trust that serious consideratlon of this letter will be given and full compliance thereof adhered to in the event you intend to conduct your establishment in the future as a kosher restaurant. GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS By HARRY SIRKIN. President DPhiE Alumnae to Meet Next meeting of the Greater Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority will be a membership tea on Monday, October 11, 8:30 p.m., at the home of Nfcs. Herbert BeVnstein. 4540 Nort* Michigan ave. Mrs. Bernstein, membership chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Bert Goldberg and Mrs. Louis Baron. Mrs. Robert Smith is new president of the group. Chapter Name Omitted Name of the Esther Chapter was included in the New Year greeting, published in The Jewish Floridian, of the Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress. The name of the Stephen Wise Chapter should have been included instead. REDUCING? Switch from sugar to lUOAMNf. the perfect sugar flavor. OUAxANTIED NON-fATTENINO. FOR KITCHIN AND TAILI USI Sugarine AT AIL FOOD STORES A HAPPY NEW YtAR TO ALL AMERICAN PLAN SERVICE Blueprints and Specification! Available for Construction 2701 BISCAYNE BOUtEVARD PHONE 2-0533 // I WANT MY HILK" and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Docro Protected TEt~ 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viilf Our fmrm f End ol Bird U. and Snapper Creek M USIC A HOBBY-FUN FOR EVERYONE v ENROLL NOW: • Instruction In All Instrument*, • Dr. LoRoy B. Campboll Internationally known Instructor In Piano will prepare %  tudente for concert or teaching careen • Vole* • Dane* • Orchestration • Orchestral Workshop • Arranging • Distinguished Faculty SPECIAL EVENING CLASSES FOR ADULTS MIAMI CONSERVATORY (Miami Conurvitory of Music) Established in Miami lor over % century by Dr. Berth* Foster, Music Dean Emeritus University ol Miami 3900 Bbcayne Blvd. Phone 2-4159 8 Branches in Greater Miami H. B. Bueller, Director where first COUNTS HIGHEST IN RESERVES MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL o SAVING AND IOAN I'.SOHil ON NORTH SM0U iHNCH MAIN omct SOUTH SHOII BotW fh osil Hxdi.j Ave. Lincoln Rood ond Washington Ave. 6S Wvnkieajtee v. 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PAGE 4 +Jmi*tfkrk#9n_ !" DAY.OCTt 'W-WWWS—"*>—-'W-'WWWW.. vjenisr fkfiJur. *r. *, .j--. QffKC end PLANT 1** *"* S e tU^a?sS^" T-.ephcnes 2-1141 9*H} : *rr ;• wj" "1 %  %  ...... 777T-.. •— K.-.t .;-t ;<-:> i< — 1 ••• • Si kl* *ll" :•• S-., 1'.••1 1 f -m V • • >kl-'.During The Week.. .A. I .* ,6ftW N0UH It ~*WWWU tea* *•* a V*--M A *K a • .-.• IUIICII^TIOII •• T : ,. go T— v-n N FRED K. SHOCHET Edatai c: Pui-s: LEO MINDLIN News I : ber 41 d THE HUNGARIAN WORKING PEOPLE S PARTY -.~-, Third c-.ngre*. according to a periodical I have n -cT22^ Hunt JaapplesneBt Vol 4. No 9. June J •1 through the United State* mailb) -h* I.T. -.v. Festival of Sukkoih Tl-.e Fer.-cl :S_£*rJ: -1 Jewry becpaniiig w.ti serv ccvever.r,: T.-.e *>::. %  ::s*:vr :: -i sc.-.ec u.e-tc •-..'.* %  -r. 7-.es--y ;-c •'• :-"es"y :: next weeic s ancient celebrthe Feesr: he TabanMsdM -.::: = = ."—ering :.: T-e r-..-s .: :e :.*.; = '_-.e -.~rves' re-apec ircrr. v.e ::*..'; ::' see %  ; _rr.e; : z v : mcr.'s derc.ee labor For centur.es S^cico-'was observed world Jewry as a symrx.. c: pest hjajon IBM B s.'.m :>erv-.ces in synagog-es c" u".-.e: p.aces : scattered ..-. cs cry plcre-s :::= c: the glebe as the r_spers.cn scattered .'ews ai iarae preserver "•' ~ •> ~.r"-cr_sr~p c: : -: people 'c \".e rv cy e.evo'.r.c Esrcc. Events -_: the post decade bore servec c coccretze a:ese symbols o< the Sakha* eete bimior. %c that the oheerrance oace zzz.:erezer.ts .actaafiry >wah deroboo tc r cr^ its r..~ tkm "^ _-gcthenr-g a rwo-foic; :cr -_-.e har/es' c: tr.e e^:v i yield bi UWijllieiited r.. the rr.j7rat.ca -c aew land — Israel — ci large -. — r.ers ci Jewish oils whose recer.: homes _-. saar.ae p.aces rarely cr.d during these ur.certa-r. days less then ever, aflcrd them secur-.ry aathe r.ghi to identirf themselves w.th cr.e_: t_~.e-r.cacrea ^e..ecs Trafiihoivoily a hapov ce.ecratxx:. Sukkodi mast therefore he dc is tar as a" 'he caveat ci this r.ew year Many problems loom large for Jews en the horizon of their destiny. The Jewish State seeks, end will continue to seek, soh dib ca ti on of its gains m this most remarkable ingathering. Our own Jewish community ever, now grappies with the task of helping to forge a progressive Jewrsh mlTiwi founded on the principles of Jewish uudH ion end this nation's democratic processes. But the Sukksh Monday eveo~r.~ w.ll race out with the happy veces of countless people •who are truly at home and who enhcipcte hring.ng -.'c .-.e_mUtt -.-.cse :e~-.:..r.c ptWI awa.tina their own ingathering in the most noble sense of the word. A Wis" Approach Florida's Attorney General Richard W. Ervin shows deep understanding of the school segre gation issue which, according to nauoncl press reports, is creating a deplorable number of dis%  Reiiiiiij situations m communities throughout the country. Filing an amicus cur.ae br-.ei w.rh the United States Supreme Court which opened a r.ew term on Monday. Ervin presents c dispass:or. ate point of view to the highest tribunal which must pay tribute to him. his office of Florida. Representing a Southern state governrne.v. whose attitudes are intimately tied to a sharply defined historic tradition. Ervin expresses tr.e people's earnest opinions when he indicates that Florida is bound to comply • dec:s:c.-.s of the Supreme Court but thai the decision specifically decling with desegregation should involve a period of gradual adjustment broad powers of discretion vested in local school authorities to determine administrative procedures." The Attorney General cites an interesting study by Dr. Lewis KilJian. of the Department of Sociology at Florida State University, who concludes that segregation and desegregation are both psycholoqical problems on a broad social level and that the care and patience which marked the ultimate emergence of the recenl Supreme Court decision ought not be jeopardized by well-meaning people who want to see a moral issue treated overnight The experience of some American cities today, where virtual terror now reigns on the basis of this issue, is proof enough of Ervin's Understanding in this regard. VISA OVtKl 4** ill People'* Republic at Washington. D ri~*Ml know tfesf 'hicongress was truly Hungarian lira! hien U devoted to a report of pr.J~ ** -e fa-hion ith elevating the l/nion -.*B25 ar.fi the f>mmuni*t Party of the Soviet I -rr. omnipotence and omnipresence. Principally. 'Ne Hungary includes a w Peeplea Democracy." Here, the tenth anniverv-r •k." — ** W •he Huncanan border by the Soviet Army u marked wnk t^ K the -ub-equent decade of developmeat unorule Rfadmg the report as a Westerner. I <* %  *. -/-rial scientific method, its eosutant repeti nn narve categories all reminiscent of pi-r!oid tieb a rior and thought. Wt*. If e return to the series of events thM hr er.d e recall the Soviet march west after tl '\ • the German flight at the poir.' clumnand the simultaneous march east on Beriir •kat^'3 ree PnerWe recall, with a degree of ^ ^| military plan* -ugge^ed by an often uncerta.r ^-^^ gj? mand and by a forceful Winston Churchill who-<> -t..••ttoajj frequently than not by the wayside because Err'-^ rta^* nu John Bull to the state of a penurious and depeadeatss We recall a principal fear — one of which th*,-. PreaeMt sot o nceive and which subsequently be t am i :JJJT •*+*! that • *n march to meet their then allier i?r; raTat mean th liberation of those territories enslaved Nankssil ing th< F"rties when Hitler's hordes moved or, V slavemeat built upon the old. a mirage of I plomacy speaking freedom and bringing tyrann> 1 i^i H'nai Brilh s Birthday Lodges end chapters of the international B'r.c. I:.-.-. Organizatioa will mark the 111th BOB % ersary of the order or. Wednesday. October 13. The celebration will include special observances at pieces of worship throughout the United States. B'nci B'rith was founded en New York's lower East Side in 1843. Today, the world's oldest end forges' Jew.sr. service orgamzauon has 350.000 members ..-. es throughout the free world. It is parhc'~. .-.:.cant that this enmver sary ceiebretion should fall or. the second day of S nkk o ai the Festval of Ingathenng. For B'nci E rith may truly look upon its 111-year old history as one dedicated to the principle of harvest.r.g the bruit 0! Jew^h tradition. In this regard. B'nai B'rith has assumed a leading role in guarding the safety of an ancient birthright, establishing, among other aims, the Ant-Deiamaton League and participating ..-. the .r.ternauoncl Hillel Foundation. Whether or not an active member of B'nai B'rith. the %  ••.dual Jew fag cur nation has been protected by the organizaton s watchfulness in the field of civil liberties through programs of the ADL and has been the beneficiary of its work in advencing good human relations. No less ere university students on our American campuses beneficiaries of Hillel House acaes when they combine their college curwell integrated Hillel functions designed to nurture and simulate their interest in regard for the:.Jewish heritage. Nor does B'nai B'r.th's work end there For the youth of our nation, as well, continually 5 itseif brought into closer contact with Judaism in all of us ramiicaticns through the V ^'. CUS TK ;. B T h y Ung t* 0 *** Hungarian point of view. One fe tl trtha ut thtence as a class." •the intelligent-u hi tiecoc* 1 nj powt-rful force. imperialists of the United State? of Astra 1 eatead their domination to the entire world." "econome aod; •strengthening of the People's Democracies" and countless otbmt the verbiage of classic Communist terminology 1' •ncoa the Hungarian social psyche, no matter how purportedly da*Ml of the Russian, could create these economic as : cial equivalent*, -puntaneoasly and without having had them literal?( med down their throat*. what made me especially suspicious was the 1 i liif—S i deal dichotomy by Russian propaganda for itwhich. in Hungary, creates a distinction between the ortaa|( ( and the working peasantry Yet a finer dist.the I peasantn Thus, the con g r ess report informs The' peasantry 1waging its struggle for the maintenar.c* of peatf 1 ihr leadership of the working class ." And -;ni pewafll have ceased to be an impoverished class The rraj ntj of thrahs| risen to the status of the middle peasantry." • • • • • SUCH STRATIFICATION IN A SOCIETY that the Caeuaaaatl insists idesalesa seems altogether amusing E\rn more albeit in a frightening sense, is the atavistic impulse behind skit' Hungary regards as a necessary and ultimate M< • rj ••{ wwMI munism Referring to the eight hundred million per* tu %  the 1 socialist camp, the report coolly remarks that "at Ma Crated! [they! re bound definitely to liquidate the domestic elements I to our new society" One requires no especiall> (cnsrtrte in the area of human motivation to recognize th. here displayed The rationale of such definite liquidation is Lesh.^g according to Imre Nagy. chairman of the Council ol Mr;-ten.!" lan PeopleRepublic, insisted that the decisive ajoesti f all | -ocial tr:n-formation. of all fundamental social char..the < of power. Powi r concepts thus take priority in this survey There **j not on Hungary's, but on Soviet productivity There > a >1 S not ol Hungarian resistance, but of the "glorious Soviet Army. •**• %  by th. ( ommunist Party (thati smashed the German K..-0-1" Ttal| power-orieated explanation for the Kaaansn r ^ ted the internal counter-revolutionary' f ,,rc hf : "^.l n imperialism from unleashing a bloody civil *ar Tthi~ country ithere a So\iet view of international affair* ,l =jffl "I in pastic terms — rigid without compromise and ^>-" nc, U P J point of st-lf betrayal — that describes the Korean War as*" military defat suffered by the United States in her histery aUnj war utilized by American monopolists to forestall 10 r ic CIV *7L wc learn that our production Is falling off — has indeed. ***?*J| • rceitt -mce last May; with our steel industry ;-<•"> "*J thirty percent during this period. It U finally d. Iuced ** cogent and successful argument or of hysteria and pleading* I CAN ONLY COME TO the conclusion that 9K**"j£ji\ PUt) ol this nature cancels out its own effective.nes"' !" ^i "t eat if not emotionally. I can stomach discussions on th *'^7"a^ and political successes of the Chinese Peoples Republic **^a American aggressor in Korea. I recognize this b> experience •version of history; the Nazi was no less adept at r.-f.>rgui| 1• f his race in the face of its coosciencelessne-at" CentifMMd on Page S



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PAGE UM Orchestra Sets Nine Concerts; Subscriptions Rise % %  : %  fens* SWw Tt AW CftM WeKmt I aaeea* L -t N • • baaaac iawm Sarar: t pa. it the DK ary *** **'• %  •aw. ir- Larr* L -anrmaa „ i %  :•'"• %  • %  ..•.;-.-•""f tar ooutaaaaag iiaatiari a, %  .-• :• %  -%  -%  -ii-< saM a* • • %  '* ^ La Mmi former worid au* w aa tt tiated *3ml5*Jk£&&= New loer. •* Direttwn total* eiowe TV per* a*y ef .f.jdeutt waa character and grove ~ tar pMsat Niae paw of eoaeerti are sraeduied by tar LM orchestra Gant artist* will intl ad t tar appearance of Ler.pold Stokowtki as nadactar or. March 13 and 14. UK Artist* elated are Barbara Gibum. colora tu ra oeraao. October 31 aad November 1 Erica Monai. %  jihr. ember 21 and 22. Eufenbtttaua, pianist. December 12 and 13 Blata Farreu. *>prano Januar. 23 and 24 1*5.5 Micha*! Rabu, • February 13 and 14 Mr U wSj 14. Z r f r. ; 28. ( Uadio Arras, piaai Kpril I ar.d Jin • r the Jar.j14 -,i 1 Mr ; thai an extra -ymphon> con:*• given in honor of >he Natiaaal Federation of Mu-ie :h Grant Johanneien as • on April 24. 4ee will r:d feathernoe aad Chru Deabe oa kaad GoldtoRun In Surf side Lass 1 Cold that week Wed prtatNiw aaaunataag arm for Surf %  side's Towm CoaskoL The iprtr.al elecooa will be arid X un ia rr 2 Gold taid town manager Fred Bowes that he waa "wry pteased with tar lathajiistw respease to, BIT laamaii i aw ia that f tatend to EM Maay of the signature* on my petruon were ootaaard from people who voluntaniy stopped in at : my house to ofier their good aad wppor* Gold bjaj lved in S-Jars and wa* II I ia I member af the Bar of k York wee l _af tar hoard of "he Bureaa af Jew :.'.-. %  -: • %  '•Basest* saanat were eaM) Leeaard Barr M>er B .%  :.-. r -•-• Mrs B*..' -r i hark i Got* HeHBB Mr KapU.^* Abr *" ham Kauea. Mr \ Kaaaar. Dr Max LipkiBd. Ehtei Laaawoder, Seymour B Uebar MrNe^mour B Uebmar. Beni^Bir. %  MrBenjamin Meyer*. Dr Donald MKhei-.r D* H^r man Meyer. Dr Harry Queen Al oert Quadow Meirin SchwarU. Mrs Morru Skop Babbi Ma Shapaa. Harry Sirfcin. Bernard Stevea> and Dr Jeaa Sprrer Samed to tbe eaeewtivr board were Mia Be* Glaaser Jodajr. Harry Greenbrrt. Louu Hrimaa. • Seymour B Uebmaa. Mrs Seymoor B Larhman. Benjamin Mey m Dr Jess Sptrer and Bernard Saiaaaa. r Miss Brummer Cited Mi^s Regma Brummer. daughter of Cantor and Mrs. Philip H Brummer has received a certificate in recognition of her "outstanding services to the Red CrosPresents, made in V.',i,hingt'>n Wat Brummer attendMiami Many naroaa wara addad to this naam b a ta aip aoak L October 4. whan tba Sbaarbood of Tanxpie Eaona-Ef its loll actxwihws whin a iiwiiiriatiliifri hrur.t31 ^ ; HoaaL La* to right are Mrs. Arthur Appkrbanm. chainrjan. Mrs. Herman Mechlowritx. nieniberiha chaaaj and Mrs Irrtna Cypen. Sisterhood raaeJuW. Tea inchaoed Sam Gyaan. popukn radio ing Lehrman and Cantor Philip To M*>t Tuesday Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No • will meet Tuesday evening. October 12. 8 p m at their new location in the American Legion Hall. 1B2S Altoa rd cording to an week, have been second and fourth each month. \r* Zionists Plan November Rally in Miami Miami Zionist District held a board meeting this week at the home of Mrs Samuel Saal. when BWrf formulated for a Plw" laTSsi Rally to be held during Novembar. VSMr farvina awal prKlenf of the ed a memU-r-hip drive Ittai will itarl immediately ajtei the High Holy Etayi at which time an effort will be made to enroll 200 additional members into the District. A report of the recent Souther-tern Regional Conference of|rethrng to Florida. He belongs to the Zioni->t Organization of Amer Miami Beach KlkLodge No. 1601 ica was given by Gil Rappaport, and is a member of the North Florida director. I Shore Jewish Center. ******* 4 u e i **m* fhrn^.4., ^ Standing with backs towards the camera at the waterfront deft) Cantor Disha Ceracf< bi Louis A. Cassel are shown conducting traditional Tashlich senricea on Tuesday first day of Rosh Hashona. The service attracted hundreds of people to the campus oil Temple at 1254 West ave. 1 Among the 285 incoming freshmen at Brandeis University greeted during Orientation Week by Dr. Abram L. Sachar and faculty members at a President's Tea held at Dr. Sachar's home were David Lehrman. of 2925 Flamingo dr., Beverly Shore. Hull, Mass.. and Joan Kandel, of 3280 Chase ave., Miami Beach. The reception was part of a round of activities attended by university officials and faculty members as the sixyear-old. co-educational, liberal arts institution entered upon a r.ew academic year. UTTERFLAS:E BAKERY "SJL^OJL TTlahiA, 91 SstisvC' (Successors to Pechter's) ARE DOING BUSINESS AS USUAL DURING THE REMODELING OF OUR STORE WE ARE OPEN AND READY TO SERVE YOU WITH DELICIOUS CAKES Come In See Our Tempting Variety of SPONGE CAKE COOKIES BUTTER BABKAS TAGLACH NUT SALAMI HONEY CAKE EGG CHALLAH Ph. 5-7117 1349 Washington Arc.



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>kHtncrH**r>_ = !" DAY_OC70^ Hoffmana m Mexico; To Live in Gables 1 Biscayae Terrace Ho'e! M the 'scene Sunday for the wedding of i Deborah Alexander. r of 'r and Mr^ Ha-r v lie gruorr ** th< dr. Coral Gables. ibe double nng cMiss Simon Weds Irving I). Arons mber 11 in Rochester. X V .. was the date at the wedding of the i former ManlySimon tn Irvine D Miss Ivta INM fefcaatr* Schapiro, Deehter Betrothal Told and 1 Yak Dechter are now engaged and making plans to be married The couple's betrothal .r.r.ouriced here b> the bride-elect mother. Mr* Florence Schap-.rc of 1560 Michigan >\t The groom's parents are the Samuel Dechter: Washington. DC I a aster Ariene Perry were and wore similar gownW t ndy Klimennan %  girl IT. p.r.k argMkwJ Edward and --:•_— %  — --r. ashen Mr H :: man was his son in. On the COL: from Mexico October 20. they will reside at 1014 E blvd % itzers \rc Wed In September Rite I Ibran* Spttzer in an 8 pm. ceremony it BSi ptember 25 Rabbi >fficiated bnde :the daughter of Mr nark Abrams l"M KE Mr So.taer i'he nn of • i Spitzer and the late Spitzer 3187 S iaDer-a Dmacted ..N • Mrs. Miami Bead • • i Pan Aroei i wing a 1 the %  el Mrs. arris* %  <>m. who lives at 1818 XE 111th st. Miami. Son of Mr. and MrLouis Arons. Patterson. XJ. Miami Beach, he attended %  I.:I l'niver-.t> The bride was a -tudent at Roehinstitute. New York, the couple iil live in Miami Key Biscayne Organizes Sunday Morning Class Jewish Congregarevealed the organf a Sunday — MrMac Ses that the congrnow planr.g af•he bene: c'.a-First nef it< V m Caa I Take it : ^ H Dov Chapter Meets D I Chapter Virrachi V. -old a rr :al at the home of Mn 2135 SW nth •• Mini '.3 8 p rr Oneg Shabbat at Home Of Miss Gross Friday -:da director of the Zionist America %  -er at Mil Adult Zionist 1 | Shabat. His topic will be "J the I>i Lido Hotel. ..r.nourced Samuel Friedland. presleal Till* affair, the first congrega•: nal m eeti a g of the new year, will a.*o sene aa welcoming party to Sv neu familie* reeently affil -ime time, the con-rega hid farewell to Raband MrIrving Lehrman who ave that week on a trip to 1-rael Th< trip apresented to them tr. n as a Ritt :n •er.th anni-pintual leader of the Ten %  f the dinner meet • J '• reports from the I the i miaga • %  concerning the new year and a t tae progress made in • ar TwrorMStiida^ Plan June Wcddj Two '' Miami i den,s y *! rwMuid ja June wedd j Mr. and Mr |taaj| j bere. Rhrerhead \y lrj |nouncug their daaghWii • roent She will zradaa>B| jary from trv %  Vr. j,, longs to Sigma ;. Vi p^ ( ice s oro r i t y Hiliel Hssw En ICS Club and the l"M Cacrn Prior to entenne the r.| Greenber g gradjated froa head High s Mr Mer. > Wdl and Mrs N ra Me Euclid ave. V.am Bens. White Lake NY Hen; of White: t two year* •. Onrai He ~. mj a ing at the X M The enz.i% %  -• **t a ._ foraially at a r -er pm ij\ G r eenbergVorLlhl pie have a %  tkart ding date WeinstfK'k. (!ohn Married on Bead Rabbi In.-. Lehrai at the and i fornsj M Wein*t<.: Mamyi September 3 n Temple ', The bnd. the daafMaj i and MrN •-••d. 1 Marseille dr rhert a followed Norman I •> bnt, and Mr\ bride m-" The br.'> '-hf Mr> Annie '.MO* He gradual' he It if V,rg:r n tit i His fraterr. \ Taa r^snn The brui. Beac" | Sanaa. Lawrence Gordon, son of Dr. cr.d Mrs. Irving Gordon. 705 E>. Lido dr.. Miami Beach, celebrated his Bar Mitzrah on Scturday morning at Temple Emanu-EL Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Lawrrenoe is an eighth grade student at Nauhlus Junior High School and attends the Religious School of Temple Emanu-EL The Bar M.-zvah c: Stephen Bookspan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Acron Bookspan. 4215 Shendar. ave will be held on Scturday morning. October 9. at Tempie Ernar.u-fTj. Rabbi Irving Lehrrr.an will of( ficiate. Stephen is an eighth grade student at Ncuhlus Junior High School and attends Temple Emanu D Relii gious School. lerberl Rubinstein To Be Bar Mifzvah Herbert Saul Ramnstein aii] become Bar Miti October 9 The Bar Mtavak the Irving Rubinstun2521 S 16th ter. Miami "^ J ***** *M Hebrew Academ.v Miami Beach where he B prcMdent of hi,-laHerbert a Ban Patn.i |, ader „ f Boy Scout Eagle Truop No M Beth David Synagogue. f%a The Bar Mitzvah of Wantn Barry 7/einnofL son of Mrs. Lotte WeinsotJ. 1402 Pnnnayl%  eve., will be bald on Saturday morning. October 9. temple Emanu-a Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate An eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School. Warren ntlaaih the Religious School of Temple EmanuEl. Bar Mtevoh .%  ^ary^ son of Mrs. F-o^**.'-! 9525 Byron eve *r3 ing Sbapuo St. rot_ < took place ScturdflT* pie Beth Shckxn. Loon Irorush oft ry attends t School



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PAGE 10 *Jfe*/$/>/***#/> Sukkoth ServieeT^clieduled Monday Evening TEMPLE ISRAEL of Mi-imi will hold Friday evening 815 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Karat will officiate, with Cantor Jacob Bornstein rendering the musical portion* of the liturgy Subject of the Rabbis sermon i> scheduled a>: •The Gentle Cynic Saturday morning services are at 11 am. Sukkoth will be ushered in Monday evening with services at 7 30 p.m. The festival will also be marked with services on Tuesday at 11 a m. Rabbi Narot will officiate TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Fri4aj i 8.15 pm Rabb W will officiate and pt ,n< "'" c r the Sabbath of Sabbath Saturday morning writes are at 10 10 %  < %  Sakkoth will be u-hered in on Monda> i at 8.15 pm. Tuaadaj lo rnia i atf ices are at 10 45 am with Rabbi -h di*cu>sing 'Sukkoth Harat 9. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on both day*, with Cantor Brum in. r assisting The Temple Choir will be under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold In rvices Bt 815 pm. with Rabbi HalCOtal Sparer officiating and preaching on the topic: %  Books and Barbarian*." Saturday morning wrvices are at 9 a m The Center fill u-h. r in Sukkoth on Friday evening services Monday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Sparer will diacttai 'The Sukkah Within On Tuesday mornHEBREW ACADEMY will at hold 5:45 Cantor Samuel Kelemer will < ing. he will discourse on: vest render the musical portionliturgy. • • • of the CORAL CABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening - Subj^"J" '* for the ^^^ T ^ Rabb, wi „ "The Je*,sh7 i w l q, 1 Welkind will ..."""H p.m. Saturday morning services are'of the junior "fficiate ,r con *rmii ( .' BETH TF| L AH TION w,H hold services at FruUj 5 %  P .r KNESETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 530 pm Saturday I fees a( % 15 p m .. with Rabbi Mormorning sen ices are at 9 a m Rah n g) :ficiating and preaching f bi Jonah Caplan will officiate and on the took Learning From the ^ ^ a preach on the theme '"Heaven and stars Cantor Irvine Robinson will ..'. g^render the musical portions of the BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services at 9 am. Mincha is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Sunday morning service.ire at 8 a.m., with daily services taking place at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. The Academy will usher in the two-day festival of Sukkoth with services on Monday evening ciate and cUtcosi at 5:45 pm Tuesday morning serv-! tion Mincha is ices are at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. 'the Rabbi will Rajiv Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver of Our FatherTht morning semces in „ Rabb, Joseph Rack^ Earth — Our Witnaii," CbM Bible will be at 4:45 p m Mincha iat 5:30 pm. followed b> Seudos Sukkoth will be u-hered in on Monday evening at 5 30 p m Tuesday morning services are at 9 am. when Rabbi Caplan will discus"Humility "' Services on Wednesday are also at 9 a m with the sermon scheduled as • Thankful' %  • Cantor Abraham Se.f %  *:.. render the musical portions liturgy Wolff Sirot will be %  Saturday evening Shalos St when Herbert, son a sermon on the topic: "Clouds of val of Sukkoth will Uld MrIrving Rubinstein, Glory Subject of his discourse on on Monday evening . w.-h the Center Chok under the direction of Eli Samuel* Sukkah will be built by the Men'Club. with members of the Si-terhood in charge of decorati dren services are scheduled for 10 a m. on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tohby Feibus. daughter of Mr and Mrs Monroe Feibus. The Oneg Shabbat following will he sponsored by Mr and Mrs George Harmon Saturday morning services are at 9 a m when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion The Temple will usher in the Sukkoth festival on Monday evening with serv ices at 8 30 p m Sukkoth service* on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings are at 9 a m. Rabbi Shapiro will deliver uV %  BETH EL CONGREGATION Will Rabbi v son-in-law lien and tatbei N Swirsky will -.fficiate ar The Sukkah as Mirrored in Jewisb Lift" Rabr Ul n preach on Wednesday, marking the second day of Sukkoth, with 1 r mor. on Ancient Idioms and Mod era MindBETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6pm Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a m Mincha will be at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Akiva Chill will officiate at services ushering in Sukkoth on the Religious School will decorate the Center Sukkah on Monday. October 11. at 4 p.m. Services ushering in Sukkoth will be held Monday evening at 5:45 and 7:30 p.m. Kiddush reception will follow. Tuesday and Wednesday morning j "We Challenge Thee services are scheduled for 9 a.m., 1 kah." On V. ednesdt and will include the traditional will preach on the toairl Palm and Citron processions | Esrng — Symbol of Iwtj'J around the altar. On the first day j of the Hebrew Schoolof Sukkoth. Rabbi Hurwitz will dis-. at services Mincha is at| the Weekly Portion. 6 p.m.. followed by koth will be ushered %  < evening at 6 p.m. ing senices are at I Heim will officiate Monday evening at 6 p.m. Tuesday I cuss: "The Sense of Detachment and Wednesday services are at 8:30 Subject of his sermon on the secam and 6 pm Cantor Aaron on day is: "The Sukkoth Banquet." Weingarten will render the musical 1 portions of the liturgy, with Revs j MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND A J Safra. Samuel Guttman and 1 CONGREGATION will bold reguS. J. Freedman mill Ing Refreshlar services Friday evening and memwill be served in the Con Saturday morning, with Rabbi Sigresation Sukkah following each mon April officiating and deliverservice Rabbi Chill will deliver ing the sermon Cantor Berele Kel%  1 both dayof the'emer will render the musical porSukk"th festival Cantor Aaron II render the mu-ic.il portions of the htur WEST MIAMI JEWIWC will hold Friday en at 6 p.m. Saturday ices are at 9 am Suk ushered in on Monday 1 6pm with Rabbi Al officiating Tuesday ices are at 9 am. whet I will discu-' SpreadisjJ nacle of I NORTH D AD E* JEWISH CENTER ., rv .. with Rabbi F ntor Maurice %  turgj The ( choir will be under the %  i 1 rof Lucille Moore Subject ol the scheduled ai Afti rtb light 1 I nter will u-lur in the :• Stil al al Sukkoth on Monday evening, with terrleej .it 8:15 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesdaj morning -er\ice are at ^1 a m PTA red a Sukkah. with children participating MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DBTTNCTIOH FOR DrSCRIMlNATWG FAMILIES Rabbi S. 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PAGE 2 • irnt fhrH&r i^DAIOCTO*,., Soviet Destroys Jewish Traditional Existence Continued from P*?e 1 .-. likely or even te<>fir-t recent anti-Semitic outbreak :n the Soviet I'nior. : r the beginning : World War II Mi ed It' rrv 'ulr mu tion was the circulation in M o: rumors that the Jeware deIt Ud-aid that rich Jews had bought pla' the evacuation trainand fled to the I The truth was that the govern1 had evacuated a numi rich Jews' — arti-tsingers and writer* — in a general organ i7t-d movement of certain classes of intelligent.-ia." the NY Timewrit -pendent stated "The rumor-, actually had been started by the r.ment in order to divert the 'ment of the vast majority of Muscovites who were being left behind Fos-ibly to 'he IMipiit Of the government, the antiSemHk report! -now-balled to -uch an extent that many department chiefbegan to di-charge all Jews from their -taffFroie-sorwere relieved of their university po-tMany Jem lost their deferred ttatai and were inducted into the el Armj A man serio us government-iB1 campaign agam-t Jews -tart ed seven rears later, in it4B-4f. under th in order to keep a cassKf uatrh on religionists p. and a Viddi-h paper that appeared intermittently with a few hundred copieThe reason for this tempe't against the Jews apparently va< fear that they were not completely loyal to the Soviet Union and eonstituted a security risk. Mr Salisbury assumed The fear probablv had its foundation in the demonstrations given by Moscow Jewto ,the first Minister from I-rael. Mrs Golda Myerson. on her arrival ID 'Moscow Jewr the hundreds queued up at her office in the Metropole Hotel They blocked the streetout-inV Mosoow'l synagogue when she went to there." Mr SaU-bur> reported that many .!• wi from (hrv A municipal JU app...' J "'' %  last .. \ Friedman, 40. and (harkH Snowden. 32 (,.rmer Miami Edind University of I rJman, prominent in B'nai B'nth work, ia gradu.,'. I Ml ami Senior High School He at niversit) ol Miami and received hilaw degree at the ( Universal) of Honda in 1935 Friedman lives with hiwife and three children at 3001 SW 2nd eve Sisterhood Meeting I monthly card party „ ^ Sisterhood Ol the North Shore %  '>->" 10. 8 p h Center will hold itregular tel. \ zG NOODLE Fine, Medium, Br oad Tempting... whoie mas dejKioo$...reol flavor! Economical IT THE lAKflS OF-OVEW C 11 S f" (U N S A IT llum IHatributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phone Mae] Proceeds ior Israel Stephen Wise < hapter of the AmertBM Jewh* Congress will hold a card part> at the Blackstone Hotel on Thursda] afternoon October 14. 1 pm Proceeds are for the Louise Waterman Wise youth tenDAY WORKERS S5 1 S6 and Fare Motel Maids farters • Dishwashers Colored Maids-Part Time or Full Time in Private Homes ACE EMPLOYMENT 117 N '. vo. Ph. S-S807 No Charg* to Employer ABMJCATtON AT ITS BEST OXFORD SCHOOL _w; MIAMI BEACH KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Member ol American School) and Colleaes Association J.UOH SCHACHTER Director >fV\\i*h VariVlv Hour SUNDAY 12 to 2 p.m. WMBM 800 on Your Dial Wishes to thank his sponsors for their hind cooperation and pitends but wishes to his lisfentrs and to all Jewry (or a very Happy New Year. PERSONALIZED SERVICE "4tT" "MAIMr" 'NAT' COULTON BROS. 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iTrflY rrTOBFR 8. 1954 lenlstncridiar) PAGE 5 ro pii Film Featured Mizrachi Meeting Mizrarhi Women's Organization IT, hold its annual Sukkoth party j Saturday evening. October 16, ,'m at the Park Central Hotel. feature*! will be the first show. hpre of "Isaac and Rebecca," a L e rroduced in Israel. Guest ker s will be Rabbi Abraham ch* ami Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyw ho recently returned from an iernational tour. I In charge of arrangements are I B. Eisenstein, president, Louis Lustig and Mrs. Edna i|j. Assisting are the Mesdames [ null | (Jrundwerg. J. E. Brenner, IKramer and David Schechter. [proceeds are for the Children's lllape and Farm School in RanL. Israel. hjexl regular meeting of the orhization will be held at Beth Jail, Synagogue on Saturday eveL,. October 23. 8 p.m. Labor Zioni fo Mark Sukkoth [suU ;li celebration will be held Curs lu) evening. October 14, '8 in, ,,i Beth F.I Congregation by i Zionist Council of Great Miami. [Participants will be Golda MyerClub, Pioneer Women, lln Robbins, president; Ben %  Branch No 304 of Farband. [ ; arry H. Queen, president; ..lie Zion Braacb "f Greater Jacob Ki arson, president. speaker will be Rabbi tid Shapiro, spiritual leader ol e Sinai at Hollywood. \\ al attorney Joseph Parlo will I .i musical program, with \ A. Peelner accompanying till piano. Chairman of the pro Ui will be Mrs. Lena Pushkin. i nt <>f 'he Greater Miami 1 ul Pioneer Women. flaude Pepper to Speak I'riedson, chairman of the installation dinner of the Gables Zionist District, has. Barbara Britton to Appear at Biltmore In'Born Yesterday' Locly Barbara Britton, talented young actress currently co-starring with Richard Denning in the title role of the TV program "Mr. and I Mrs. North." will take time out, from her TV chores for two weeks to appear in person at the Biltmore Plavhouse in "Born Yesterday." The Broadway comedy hit, which was made into a movie, opens Tuesday night and will run for two weeks. • Miss Britton is well known to local theatre goers, not only for her TV appearances, but for her many screen performances, as well. She made her screen debut in a Hopalong Cassidy thriller and since then has appeared in many hits including, "Till We Meet Again." "So Proudly We Hail." The Story of Dr.. Wassell," "The Great John I.." and the "The Virginian." For her local debut. Miss Britton has chosen the most successful laugh hit of the post war Broadway stage. "Born Ychtenluy'" is from the pen of (Jarson Kanin, the Hollywood writer and director who comthored with his wife, Ruth Gordon, such outstanding movieas "Adam's Rib," and the Academy \ward winning "A Double Life." Thii play, which skyrocketed Paul Douglas and Judy KolKday to stardom, fells the hilarious story Of a big time war profiteer who brings his blonde with him on a trip he makes to Washington for the purpose of bribing a senator Finding that his ex-chorus-girl companion lacks sufficient grace for the social life in the Capital, the former junk dealer hires a tutor to educate her. The outcome of this situation makes for hilarious comedy. New Youth Groups A meeting was held Sunday at BANQUETS • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS, te. A I .uiiiii-l.iiinn 10 to 10(10 Ti-.iple Strictly Koiher Kitchen 1'n'ii-r Supervision of i:. .la. i Joseph I-: Raekovaky Call Saul Herman, 58-0811 Dl LIDO HOTEL JfiSWPS 4&y<& NEW HOLLAND HOMEY CAKE is now made with the best 1954 NEW CROP HONEY and RYE FLOUR No fat — Sugar — or Syrup Used IT IS NOT ONLY DtUCIOUS BUT ALSO 0000 fOM YOU HI Y A LOAF TODAY Distributed fey COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St. lunced that former Senator %  MonUcello Park Jewish Center. NE Pepper will be guest speak j 164th st. and 11th ave.. North Illhe dinner scheduled for the 1 ami Beach, for the purpose of Restaurant. 3500 Coral forming several social groups for ndaj mght. O ctober 17. | y oung sters in the area. ialPlUte Xationtt Muni Learn to Spvali tor ThvmttvU'PH. Writer Says Continued from Page 4 | (his tripe as Hungarian. Polish or Czech or si the psychically politically expressed attitude of any other individuals than eleei supra-national few, gifted and schooled in Communist diaFor let no man tell me thai Hungary has., in a matter ol ten quired the cnaracterlstics or the. Russian leader. I idi I., expre • its conscience when lefl [reel) \o its history of American societ) Ihusfar is a < we in point; it i eitj i> i \eit.. become one of our predotninanl characteristics, is a result ol an impossible precondition total isolation and The homogeneity which the Soviei conccivi ol as a virtue • ne f their Mediocracy. Enforced^it stills the energetic un11 mankind and betrays the Russian goal oi total domination. %  in 1840 on "Democracj in America," the Frenchman Alexis !.. i. marked: In democratic toinnuiniti. a, where meni MX ricanl and eery much alike, each man Instantly sees all his hen he surveys himself ... I am persuaded thai in the end diverts the imagination from all that is external to man. and man alone." A quiet view of a meditating mind here makes ) per study of mankind man. For myself. I shall listen to no one [ not speak for himself. ALL MOLD & DIRT ON ROOFS REMOVED! SUITUN6 DI.HIINCI ta trie*.! WWM W •••* •"* • %  •••' jj ,M '••I. -W. I. >,.., ,...„.. t. It. ..I.I..I ce*N* k> AllWWt. .* Oe*.l.|I UeM •<.,,.,. i. Me AKderiat Ki* t—m ere BMf %  •*•• HO*'" %  %  uan NO STEAMNO ACIDSFAST — LOW IN COST! H> ••! Mi. plnta. ikrabe. lawn, i wm>U4 walli. AS LOW AS 3i< Per Saearo Foot (FUI till) ALL-WHITE SATISFACTION •• CI...I., MOM toawvlat. las. UNCONDITIONAL!, r 301 Or, c A,... 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:TOBER 8, 1954 +Jewlstncridrian PAGE 15 IEGAL NOTICI UN DER FICTITIOUS BW^-VKN thai %  ring I. %  engage In ., I|„til tltloui '',.,, |(| N W. Mth '..,. intenda i" reglstei 1 ount* 1 florid* r ,„i mHL, *ol* owner | A UAIW Applh '"' eel I • ____ UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HI i.i:nv (11VBN thBt ,i ,,, irlng to engage In t ,,., [hi fictitious num.of p |KcSHEIl MEATS, at Miami Bench, fn .'l I" '•'-"•' •-•'''' '""' k „| the circuit t-ourt [,.,ii. Fl I* Jl'-UII'H KOTICK HKKM VN RACKEAR ICOSTAH .luiniBollc* ii Rai kear [-> %  !'. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  IS HKKKBT UIVKN that i .1 Ing ti> engage In %  he Ii.litmus name i>f J, UAK, HI ftl"7 N.W. 27th I'l., intend to register |uiih the I Hers of the Clri. County, Florida. i: MY Kits IV (CATHERINE MYBB8 I*. OARS Applicant* fi street %  lj LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THI COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NoVwoM B In Re: B8TATK Or JOSEPH KAY I To'AII Creditors and vn Persona Havln| Clfcioii oi Demands Ag ,t Haul K.slul, : you, and i i. h of you, are I notified .IM.I required to prei an; and demands which either of you, ma) havi against the eaUte of JOSEPH KAY, dei late oi i>; %  •!County, Florida to tin Hon. FRANK DOWLINU, fount) Judge ol Dad* County, and file the tame in ins oi r,.,. it, the Courthouse In Dade County, Florida within eight calendar montha froni tin date of the first, publication hereol Bald i lalms or demandi to cool iln the legal address of tl i anl and to be cworn to and presented .iaforesanl. or same will i..II.III.. I. 1 late Heptembei u A.I) I % %  i I ANN IK KAY, Aa Admlnlalrati Ix of the Estate of JOSEPH KAY, ,.,1. GKOROKCHERTKOK Attornaj for Administiatrlx I/St — |(i 1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [is HKBEBY GIVEN that ,,i deairlng to engage In r the flctltloua nauii' of • VKI.TIKS. at *42-44 Miami, intenda to reg%  KIU.with the Clerk of thf |i,.• Dade County, Florida, IAKI, ni:i. PIANO, Own< r |A tlARS Applicant I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deidring to engage n bualneaa under the flctltloua name til HOMESTRETCH INN. at 7ML. H.W. 40th Street, Intend to reglstei aald name with Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH RILEY HVELY.N llll.KV IIKNRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2S1I W. Magler St., Miami. Put. H/'-'l — I0/1-S-15 %  „, -r, N ^ OT J£ E TO CREDITORS M TH JL C0UNTY JUDGES' COURT L N ,^U? FOR ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 33627-B In Re. KST.VTK I i|' -BENJAMIN BHAROPF, Deceased ro All i redltora and .Ml Person* Having i lalme or Demanda A| all %  ,~.,,.i ^ oil, and ii ii of you, are I notified „,„i required to present any 1 oe is whfuh you, or •liner ..i you, mi • of BENJAMIN HHAROr r de%  il late nf Hade i 'ount). Floi Ida i" the Honorable Count) Judi Dadi Co miy, .,„ i %  .. : |„ ..,„„. ,„ hi h offices in the Co unt Courthouae le i 'ount) I'l..i Ida, Ithln eight '" montha f the date of the fn.-i publication hi reof Bald i lalma or demandi to contain the legal adol he i le Imanl and lo be is oi n to and in esented at aforesaid, in iii be barred. i Wte September IS. A D. 1951 I'IN A SHAROFF AI Bzi cutrlx or the Las) Will and Testament ol BENJAMIN BHARI 'I'l'. I I,-I ••;, ned, Ml ERS, 11 KIM AN AKAPLAN Attorney! for Estate a/17-M — 10 i -2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ih. inderalgned, desiring to engage In i ler the f.< til ioui na mi of QUICK Ll'NCH, al -'7 N W, l'ii.-i sir., t, Mi.i n,i. intends to reglsti name with the Clerk of the Circuit • i lade i 'ount). Florid lRLH l.v.M i RIVERA i noli owner) HENRY M CAIN Attornej for Applicant !518 W Plaglei St Miami I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IX HEREBY GIVEN thai the und li ng i" ngage In dei the flctltloua name of AI..IKSS I'ltllT D1HTRIBUTORH il 1811 H W. :'i~t Tai rai i Intend I later -.ilil name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida EDWARD vi.l-Ki: QEORGE .1 JESSKL 10 > 15-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE |NTV JUDGES' COURT COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 26484-B • i: i'l' HKITNER, Deci IF INTENTION TO MAKE RATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE 1herelj given Ihnt 1 have ., ixl petition for %  %  • an Administrator of SA.VH'EIi HEITNBR, •!••ih. isi day of %  i u iii ajipiN* to ihe i. KKANK R LAN TON, 11 de i 'ount) Floi \ i,l <.i s.t id final repo .. Adminlnt i .i i LML'EL IIK1Tber, i"' i IIERN'ARD MARDBR |A MVNNHEIMKR ,1 : -ll.lUor ICE TO CREDITORS lOLNTY JUDGES' COURT FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE. No. 336S8-A 'ATE OF i:.\/u KIG, I >e. eased ml All Parsons II i\ i i i mi.Against S.i :.| M,U. are hereby ,| tn piI'M-iii arr>* %  I which you. or -i the i \ Ri iSENZWBKI, il. i i %  Cook i nunl \, lllliiiils. to int) Judges of Dade ante In their of Hint) 'ourthousja In I' Ida, within eight I urn the date of the hi -Hi. S; iii cl ilma mtaln the legal "id" • l.iim.mi and to be etaorn i %  -.till, HI same • \ D, 19:.4. •N v EPSTEIN Administrator %  I hi Estate of RiiSENZWEKi, dei | KAPLAN i Am '"' i 'I A. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 172570 ANNE MAE RJDBARDO, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH V. RKHARDO, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOU, JOSEPH V. RBBARDO, North Avenue, West iteriin, New Jersey, are hereby reojulred to serve i cops of your Anajwer i" a Mill of Complain) for Divorce mi Plaintiff's Attorney, Robert J. Lewlson, 7W Blst^ayne Kullding, Miami, Florida, ami file the original with th.clerk of the above styled Court, on or before October It, 1854 m %  Default "ill be entered against you Dated al Miami, Florida, this 15 day of Bepl I 1 i:. l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court JOAN Cl H'RNOYER, Deput) Clerk !>,'l7-:t — : UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN that ng lo engage in 'l< r the fictitious naiinof INISIIERS, .il Dade i'..iin.1in register said name '•M k of the Circuit Court unty, Florida II c KEKINISHERS & I'HOI.STERERS, INC. A I-'I,,I Ida v'oiiM, ration OEN ET l"i A|>|ili,ant Road |1< 1-8 tE BY PUBLICATION JlRCUIT COURT OF THE H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE UN CHANCERY. No. 17279B CHAXAN GRAY, Plaintiff. ICATHERINE (ilt.VY. Defendant. I |T FOR DIVORCE I.E CATHERINE GRAY Mk 8tn Kansas '• reb) notified Ih.it a Hill III for Dlvm-re has been "ii. and N O,I are reojulrp> of \ nur Anewer oi 'he mil of Complaint on Utnrney, HENRY M. 11;igli-i si M %  the origin -I Answer or of the clerk of mi or before the r. 19 .1 If you tali % nl b) default will be -I you for the relief il,-ktli. Kill of Complaint. ahull he iinhllfheil nni* • %  i i ri msec li\e weeka (WISH Fl.ORIDIAN.) 1M' ORDERED at Miami. | 22nd day of September, „ It. LEATHERMAN. :lerk. Circuit Court. |>adr County, Florida WM W. STOCKING, %  Seal) DefMltV <'leik KlaKle'i St Miami. Hoi i,la NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In .ii undei the flctltloua name of REPRI i ACT CO., .ii 13* N W l-i siieei. Intdnd to reglatei said name with the Clerk -.r the Circuit Court of Dade County, Ftarlds GEORGE TRENCHER PHILLIP A EELDMAN Hole Owni •i n U — 10 I-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY niVEN thai the iiniiioiKii.il. deefrlog to ei .!-' %  n i islnees undei ilie flctltloua name of PAT'B ELECTRK' CO.. it 1179 B.W IMI Street, Miami, Florida" Intends i" reglatei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. (i .1 PATTERSON HARVBY It KLEIN Attorne) for Pat's Electric Co 7L' Blacayne Building, Miami. Fla, !• 17-L't I" I %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 172878 MADELINE OEHALDINE WERNER, Plaintiff, VS. Ull.l.l.v.M JOSEPH WERNER JR. 1 iilellilant. TO: WILLIAM Jl iSKI'H WERNER, .IR 1344 Carol Kane. /.inn. Illinois Your are required to serve %  copy of youi answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce op the plaintiff's attorney, ami to file the original answer In the offlee of the Clel k Of the ClrcUlt Court on or before the 29th day of October, A Ii 1954: otherwise, the HIM of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will i„taken as confessed by ) nil Dated at Miami. Florida, this the -l day of September, 1951 K B. LEATHERMAN, i 'hi k nf the i Mrcull 'nun. Dade County, Florida, B) H'M W SI KING (Circuit I 'mil 1 S.al) I H put) Clei ii Na and Address of Plaintiff's Soli, urn MILTON A FRIEDMAN n Seybold Building, Miami. Florida 10 l-s-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to eng huaioeae under tinflctltloua na of SCREWBALL BAR %  CLI B, al 2200 N w 17th Avenue, Intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MORRIS BAIN ROBERT M. DEEHL Attorney for Applicant 905 Seybold Hlilg. 10 8-13-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng i" engage In buaineaa undei the fictitious name of STiiNK s 5 ,v in. STORE, nl 559 N W. 17th Street, Miami, Florida, Intenda to e with the Clei k of ih. in. HI Com i of I Mile County, Florida I1BNNIE STONE ELRY STONE Attorney for Bennle Stone 1010 %  Miami, Fla, 9 :'i — IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33531-B h, Re ESTATE OF' Ji iSKKII H \ER, Deci us. >l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i I, .iii.. and All Persons Haying claimIII Demands Aga nst Said Estate You, and each of yon ai t hi n By notified and reiiuned in preacpi any i-iaim.s ami demands which you, or aithei of rou, ma) have against the estate of JOSTKPH I'.AI-.I: di late of Dads founty, Florida, i" the Honorable County Judges ol inti Count). ami file the same In 11 flees in the County Cburthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the flrsl puhlii itlun hereof. Bald claims .a demands I" contain the legal address of the claimant and In he sworn I., and preaented a aforesaid, oi same will he barred. Bee Section 7S3.16 of the iir. Probate Act. Wale September sth. A.D. l-4. HAROLD /.INN. „„„ Aa Executor oi the l-i*t will and Testament of JOSEPH BAER, Deceased. SCHWARZ & 7.1 NN Attorneys for ExeVutor I 17-21 — 10/1-8 ^^___ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the Rctltlous name of \Kiil. CITY CAMS, al K25 N I, l.lsi St, No. Miami. Intends to n>;-i' said name with th* Clerk of the lroull curt of Dade County, Fl DAVID H vmn.i' DAVIS, Owner MAI, ENGI,ANHi:it \ for Applioant |0(g.| !2-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to eng under il* flctfi our name of DESIGNS A CREATIVE VI'.'I'S. at 809 Professional Building, Miami. Florida, Intend* to register ^.ii.i name a'lth the i 'id k nf the "iri ult %  'nun ..f l lade County, Florid* Ri iBERT II ESSLINCiER and BIDNBY I'.. TAFEAE, sou owners BERNARD S MANPLER Attorne) foi EasUngei and Taffaa in 1-1-16 21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505.B In Re ESTATE OF SARAH MARCUS, a/k/a SALLY MARCl'S, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate You. anil each of you. are hereby notified ami leiphrcil to present ejl) claims ami demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of SARAH MARCUS a/k/a SALLY MAitcrs, deceased late ol i'.nl. County, Florida, to the Hon PRANK B. IMIWI.INI;. County Judge of Dade County, and tile the same in lus office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar monthg from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claim* or demands lo contain the legal .nldreas of the claimant and to be sworn lo and presented as aforesaid, or same Will be barred Sfe Section Hi" ol the 1933 Probate Act. Date Aacual 24, A D, net. JULIA WALLER As Administratrix of the Estate nf SARAH MARCUS R I I SALLY MARCUS, Deci STANLEY CAIDIN Attorni tdmlnlsti atrix I" I >-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t< eng* buaineaa undei the fictitious nai BROWNSVILLE DRUG. srnliK al M 'i N \\ -.iii Av. intenda to r.i~I'l saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit C i of Dade Countv, Florida. WARREN w. WELTERS boli Ownei ROBERT M DEEHL Attorney for Applicant Beybold BMg, 15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious name of JULANE GIFT BHOP, al 1783 Bii %  cgyne Blvd., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court ol Dade County, Florida JULES II. liiiWi) JANE D, HOLMES KE8SLER A OARS Attorneys for Applicants 1781 W. Fiagler St. in B-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that iderslgned, desiring lo engage In business under the UutlUous name of I'.l'.A SMART SHOP, at L'14 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables, Florida, intends m register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Floi Ida UE.VTUICE IIAI.ST, sole owner 10/8-1S-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" eagage In buaineaa undei the flctltloue name ol A l: C UPHOLSTERERS, al Di County, Fla., intend! to register said name with the Clerk of The circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. A II C KEKINISIIKKS & L'PHOLRTERERS. INC A Florida Corporation QENET .< GENET Attornevs for Applicant 4:'n Lincoln Rd, H 17-:'I l" 1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173061 MARi; VRF5T BRILL, Plaintiff, \ a JACK BRILL, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION p i AI K BRILL i*_'l Prospect Avenue Mamaronei k, New York V. H VKI-: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill "f cnmpiaini for Divorce has been filed agalpst you, and you are hereby reaulred tc serve copy I of your Answer to the Bill of Complain) mi Plaintiffs attorney, and i" file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk "( the circuit Court, on oi be) the 2nd day of November, 1954; otherwise, the allegation* o| said BUI of Complaint will itaken as confessed against you. Hated this uii day of October. 19.'.!. E B LEATHERMAN, clerk of circuit Court B) ; H IAN i '• ii RNl IYER, Deputy clerk (seal) HKi IRGE I TAL1ANOFF, ESQ. Attorne) for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla, in B-13-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS j NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name "f SI'PREME SERVICE COMPANY (not Inc.). at liXii N.W. 2th Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dgda Countyj Flor '"" WALTER WKEKLER MAX P BNGEL Attorney for Walter Wheeler in 1-8-13-22 f ei I.M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY l!l\ IN that the undersigned, desiring to en I,,,-,,icss under the n. iiiinuname WELDER'S EQUIPMENT 1' VN Y IN' '. al J N u J.tll AM sue, Miami. Fl Is Intend t regtater raid name with the Clerk "'''',",,"' cull Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated ai Miami. Florida, thl* -'2nd da| ol Sepiember. ", %  •'• v\ ii PKNNEL, Secreta. > -Treasurei Welders Kqulpment Compan). im <;•: %  K I'KNNKK. IVeshlenl. Welder's Flqulnment Owmpam. Ini Attorney for the Corporation NORMAN F BOIX)MON tlMHt Alton Road Miami Beach. Florida 10/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY H1VEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HEN-KIST i'Ai'.i:i> BOO RANCH, at 1425 lves Dairy Road, NO. Dade. int.niis t" register aald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAt'lflK I.ASKIN ENTERPRISES, INC. BERNARD B. WEKSLER Attorney for Applicant HI BeyboM Bldg. in 1-g-lS-Sl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underslg I. deairlng to engage In business under the ll.-i u* name :: r CORAL GABLES SCHOOL SUPPLY. nl isi Minors Avenue. Coral Gables, %  ii i,.1i gliter sani name Ith the Clerk of the Circuit Cfturl of DMi County. Kioti'ii PHILIP BURROW, Owner SIDNEY RFRONSON Attorney for Applicant 702 Blsi %  >' % % %  • Blog. I" I IS-n-29 ^^__^_^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" en| business under Hie fictitious name of SIDEWALK PAR CAKE at 1 3 \ \s .ith si Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit ,-m,,t of Hade -•"-•V k 'R ,H i'?VMB KKSSKER CARS Attorney* for Applicant ,-,-; VV Magler St in 1-15-22-21 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti ficrkfiar) solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 33766-B In Re: ESTATE OP JACOB W, HI EG EL, also known as Jacob Wolf Blegel, also known as J. W. Slegel. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and A41 Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any laiin ami demands whleh you. or either of you, maj have against the estate of JACOB W SIKHEK. also known as Jacob Wolf Blegel, also known -is J, W Blegel, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, i" the Honorable Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their oflk • the Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the fust publli atlon hereof Bald claims or demands in contain the legal addi %  i he i i liinant and i" i" sum ii to and ed .i v aforesaid) or saine will ii. i. .II Date i ictober B, A D. 1954 CARL W SIKH El. As Administrator of the Estate of Jacob W Slegel, also known as .i.n nl. Wolf Slegel, also Uiu'wii a* .1 W Slegi I, Deceased • MYERS HE1MAN & KAPLAN Esqa, %  i Building, Mia ml, l la. 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tewiisltUEIIiDSPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY |28 Number 41 >rk Times Correspondent Re ports let Destroys Jewish traditional Existence MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS IK (JTA) — The first Input of the anti-Jewin conducted in the under the Stalin reeffect on the Jewish I there was published the New York Times kw correspondent, Harkisbury, who has just [the United States affive years in the been three serious drives jn the Soviet la-t 15 years, each of |B\ frnment-iitspired men! instigated," Mr H>rted. "Two of those ed within the last five third was a war-time "These calculated Jgainst the Jews, tohe horrible extermina>ut on Russian terrifeVorld War II by the ke virtually wiped out lunal and cultural life I'nion. where, in the the revolution, it had siderable encourage k< remain in only a kjgest cities. In Mospopulation of several asand Jews, there is all synagogue, which prcrowded at the time holidays. In the forenter of Minsk, there nagogue. The same is ka. where many Jews though numbers were %  the East during the lampaign of 1948-49 |ldest Jewish commuBukhara that dates or seventh century. to survive. Services Debate Requested in Security Council on Suez Canal Issue are still held in the ancient synagogue on the Street of the Jews." The NY. Times correspondent said that "it seems highly unlikely" that anti-Semitism will be resorted to in the foreseeable future by the i Malenkov regime which acted to end "the most vicious machinations that had been instigated in Russia in recent times"—the "doctors plot" in which a group of Jewish doctors were accused of conspiring against the Kremlin However, as far as Jewish religion and Jewish culture is poncerned. the present government's benign policy toward Jews comes almost too late," Mr. Salisbury reported. "There is little left to preserve. The Jews have been too Widely scattered and too harshly nerseruted simply because of the fact that they are Jews, to make any early revival of either custom Continued on Page 2 V hum ColWmaim WASHINGTON—The record' of the 83rd Congress in enacting legislation to end racial inequality has been decried as "woefully inadequate" by Shud Polier, chairman of the National Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress. While noting that the 83rd Congress "was no worse than its predecessors," Polier pointed out that the new Administration's failure to put through an "affirmative program" on civil rights, "no matter how minimal." was particularly "disappointing." In a statement analyzing the record of the 83rd Congress. Polier noted that little or no headway had been made by either the House or the Senate on all the standard items of the civil rights program. The bipartisan F.E.P.C. bill introduced in the House and the Senate under the leadership of Senators Irving Ives (R.-N.Y.) and Hubert ft Humphrey (D., Minn) .received no attention in the House. Polier said. "In the Senate, committee hearings were held a year after the bill was introduced and a favorable report was issued at the end of April. 1934. This was, of course, far too late to obtain Senate action in view of the inevitable filibuster." A "voluntary" F.E.P.C. bill with no enforcement provisions was introduced by Senator Everett Dirk sen (R.-Ill.) on the first day of the Eban Expects To Seek Talks With Vishinsky UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —Israel this week demanded that the Security Council re-open discussion of the Suez Canal issue "at an early date." Addressing a letter to the president of the Council, Israel pointed out that last week's illegal seizure of its merchant vessel Bat Galim by the Egyptians has again underscored the "acute" situation resulting from the Egyptian blockade of the Suez Canal against Israel traffic. Ambassador Abba Eban, head of the Israel delegation at the UN, will in all probability seek to contact the Soviet delegation to establish the current views of the Soviet Government on freedom of navigation through the Suez Canal. Last March, during an earlier complaint by Israel against Egyptian interference with Israeli shipping. Soviet delegate Andrei Vishinsky vetoed a resolution demanding that Egypt end the blockade. It is understood that Ambassa1953 session. Polier said, but no Nothing came of this measure or dor Eban has discussed with the hearings were held on the bill un-1 the more sweeping revision earlier delegations of the Western Powers til 1954. "Nothingcame of these proposed in a bill introduced untheir views on the latest Egyptian hearings and the companion bill in [ der Democratic sponsorship by I action, and that the United States the House made no headway at Senator Herbert ft Lehman (Dand Britain promised to back Isatl," Mr. Polier commented. I N.Y.). No committee hearings were •!' %  protests and its demand for Although .bill prohibiting se-1 held on either of these Mil, in P-age *""£>"•; Children harvest fruit in a Youth Aliyah village in Israel. Of Indian origin, they greet the Sukkoth festival for the first time as citizens of the Jewish State. Legislation of 83rd Congress on Inequality Viewed 'Inadequate' curity Council requesting Egypt call off the blockade. (In Israel, eight members of the .'i i i M'm;, i i a iiiii yi win i n i i i _, j*.i gregation in interstate transporta-, cither chamber," he declared, tion was favorably reported to the i Concluding his analysis of ConHouse on July 23. the House Rules jgress' legislative record. Mr. Polier Committee kept the bill from stated: "There is little to be gained Israel Parliament, all Herat Party reaching the floor for a vote, Pol-' by attempting to assess blame for deputies, signed a petition to ier reported. "The bill would cer-' inaction in an equally divided Con-! Speaker of the Knesset Joseph tainly have made more progress if : gress. Neither can we find any solSprinzak demanding that he call an it had had vigorous support from j ace in the classic advice to the disj extraordinary session of Parliathe White House," he commented. j appointed, "wait until next year.' I ment, currently on r ecess.) Congress' failure to revise the 1952 McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, despite President Eisenhower's pre-election statement that the act "must be rewritten," was equally disappointing, Mr. Polier commented. "No bill to amend the law was introduced by Republican leaders during 1953. We were given instead a Refugee Relief Act that has disappointed the hopes of even its most ardent supporters." Sukkoth Observance Monday Eve Comments on Wanderer's World AJP A small temporary structure, erected hurriedly from incidental materials, some thin boards, a tinues to be unconquered. This paradox of survival under catastrophic circumstances represents the mystery of our whole life's RHuvraaiai ~... work, it symbolizes in miniature ardent supporters. layer of branches and twigs to | form he patn o{ our history and A group of Republicans, led by j sen* as a roof shelter—such is the the phe nomenon of our national exSenator Kes introduced a bill pro-! Sukkah. the humble booth or ta-1 istpnce pos ng comprehensive revision of bern.clewh.ch serves as he pro-, The hoIiday Sukkoth known as EtbrVlS W alter Act in April.: visional home for the Jewish fam-, th F t of TaDe rnacles, which 1954PoU !" I tdTdnot go so during the eight days of the ^^ on Monday evening repre SuKkon festival. The Jewish Sukkah — this ab. struse phenomenon of weakness the Diaspora, and strength, of youth and old age has survived all storms and confar, as to eliminate the national origins quota system but it did propose mitigation of the rigors of that system under which thousands or visas are wasted each year. begins on Monday evening, represents and expresses the true symbol of Jewish life in the Galut, in ?d for Strengthening Israel's Integration in N earjjagt Tahum Goldmann Honored on 60th Birthday IRK (JTA) —Dr. Na|ui'.n. chairman of the ru >. this week told an leaders of all the tips in this country najor and crucial obnng the Zionist move[ are the establishment ciprocal relations beews of Israel and Jewlit ies throughout the ell as the integration the Near East setlish leader addressed more than 400 persons at a reception at the Hotel Delmonico. given by the American Zionist in honor of his 60th birthday Birth day tributes were paid Dr. Gold mann by Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the Zionist Council, as well as by the presidents or representatives of the eight Zionist organizations affiliated with the Council. Other speakers included Mrs. Rose Halpnn, vice chairman of the Jewish Agency; Avraham Hannan. Israel Consul in New York; and Louis Lipsk>, chairman of the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs. Dr. Goldman told the audience that "the relationship between Israel and world-Jewry implies more than financial and moral support; it implies creative partnership in a renascence of Hebrew culture centered in Israel, manifold spiritual involvement, reciprocity, mutual respect and readiness, on the part of Zionists, to participate personally and directly in the model society which we seek to establish in Israel." Speaking about the need of bringing about the integration of Israel in the Near East setting. Dr. Goldmann said: "Our roots began there. Israel's latest peace offers accompanied by such practical measures as the unfreezing of Arab refugee funds in Israel banks are further evidence of her determination to obtain complete integration. She will not be discouraged or deterred by tensions, provocations and psychological difficulties, none of them of Israel's creation." It is. without the least doubt, a proper definition of the meaning of this holiday. We are a people whose destiny has been to "sit in the Sukkah." i !" in temporary homes, so as to continue our wanderings. We have no safe solid-built house in any land, we live everywhere in provisional homes. The Jewish people is forced to lead an itinerant life, to wander from one place to another, and yet we are fully entitled to say the blessing "to sit in the Sukkah" in connection with our wanderer's life because it is so different from that of all other nations. We are strangers everywhere, and yet do not feel strange. The Jew is at one and the same time a stranger add an inhabitant in every land. This description of the Jew is not novel; it was observed by Our Father Abraham in Biblical times.