The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[ume 29Number 31
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 5. 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
ingress Asked For Immediate Action On Fair Employment
jefc Civil Rights Guarantees
In Pre-Adjournment Attempt;
Filibuster Methods Attacked
it IV I<>\ (JTA) The
v Jewish Congress, Jewish
Committee. Jewish War Vet-
cf the U.S.A.. Union of
fit.-) Hebrew Congregations.
: Orthodox Jewish Congre-
of America, United Syna-
j t: America and 33 local Jew-
0Tmuni;> < nuncils which
be; comprise the National
Bir.it) Relation! Advisory
t)have called for action at
|m -ion ol Congress before
adjournment on measures
i- in the House of Repre-
pves to establish a fair em-
pert practices commission
let rcement powers.
lent of the Jewish or-
Ui ns wa> offered at a hear-
}; civil rights bills held by a
t
:.;-
gislative minority'
Subcommittee of the House Judi-
ciary Committee. The Jewish
groups ate asked for actis* at
this seastQpJtf Congress es^ftbe es-
tablishment national commission
on civil rights; a civil rights divi-
sion in the Department of Justice;
outlawing of lynching; strengthen-
ing of anti-peonage laws; and pro-
tection of the right to vote without
discrimination on racial or reli-
gious grounds.
Bernard H. Trager of Bridgeport,
chairman of the National Commu-
nity Relatons Advisory Council, in
his statement, emphasized the view
that "further hearings would serve
no useful purpose and would add
nothing to the knowledge now in
the possession of the members of
the House of Representatives." He
concluded with the assertion: "We
believe strongly that the time has
long since past for action rather
than further ddiveration on these
measures."
Testifying before the sub-com-
mittee on behalf of the American
Jewish Congress. Will Maslow not-
ed that no fewer than 05 bills aim-
ed at achieving intergroup equal-
ity have"T>een introduced in the
House during this session and that
51 of them have been referred to
the House Judiciary Committee.
"The introduction of such a large
number of bills by 21 members of
.ho House reflects widespread
recognition of the need for action
to protect the civil rights of Amer-
ican citibens." Mr. Maslow said. "It
reflects also a belief that legisla-
tive action by the United States
Congress can contribute to attain-
ment of the goal of full equality."
Mr. Maslow called for broader
Continued on Page 11
timt past"
RED-MADE MIG FIGHTERS BLAMED
50 Injured as Settlers
Clash in Mapai Fracas;
Herut Advance Watched
/
TEL AVIV (JTA)More than 50 persons were injured here in a
clash between supporters .of the Mapai, Israel's Labor Party, and op-
ponents of the party. The fight took place between families residing in
an immigrant camp in Tiberias. Several of the injured were taken to a
hospital, a number were arrested. The police imposed a curfew on the
camp.
Talks on the composition of the new Israel Cabinet were started
^ .Monday between David Ben Gur-
ion and Moshe Sharett, Mapai lead-
Eye Witness Accounts Attribute El
Al Plane Crash to Bulgarian Jets;
Third Pass Dooms Flaming Liner
JERUSALEM (JTAVThe Israel Cabinet heard Monday Premier
Moshe Sharett's report on the "brutal" shooting down of the Israel
El AI Constellation by Bulgarian gunners last Wednesday. Afterwards,
the Cabinet issued a statement expressing its abhorrence of this
"horrible act" and expressing its sympathy for the families of the 58
victims. Because it is impossible to identify the bodies of the victims,
the Cabinet accepted the Premier's suggestion that they be buried in
a common grave.
Meanwhile, a special correspondent of Maariv, a Tel Aviv evening
newspaper, reported from Bulgariaon the basis of eye-witness ac-
counts and from sources on the Israel investigating commission
that the El Al plane was pursued and shot down by Russian-made
Bulgarian jet planes. The Maariv account says that two Bulgarian
planes forced the Constellation to leave the air corridor between
Greece and Bulgaria and veer toward Bulgaria. Both jets were fir-
ing on the Constellation which exploded in mid-air. the Maariv cor-
respondent said. He added that the British air attache in Sofia was
also of the opinion that the Constellation was shot down from the
Continued on Page 13
ers whose party lost their seats,
on one hand, and Moshe Shapiro,
leader of the Religious Bloc, on
the other. The outgoing cabinet
will officially resign on Aug. 16,
when the new Parliament con-
venes.
The results of last week's na-
tional elections are still a subject
of heated discussion among the
followers of various parties. Sum-
marizing these results at a meet-
ing of Mapai leaders. Ben Gurion
said that as a citizen of Israel, he
was full of anxiety although
from his party's point of view he
was not worried. He explained hi-
attitude by saying that the Mapai's
status remained unchanged in that
it would be impossible for any gov-
ernment to be formed without Ma-
pai participation.
With virtually all ballots, ex-
cept those cast by members of the
armed services on active duty,
counted, the Mapai Party's total
in the Knesset elections stood at
216.551. or 32 percent of the votes,
phis another 27 percent cast for
Continued on Page 7
mm ROUTED VIA SWISS CHAHHUS
Three Send Stern Protest Notes to Bulgaria;
freach Declare Incident to be an 'Act of War'
\ INGTON (JTA) The
' Britain and Frantfe
Bulgaria this week-
I inM the shooting down
[ 1 Al Constellation plane
dnesday, denounced the
rutal and demanded
I*'*- of compensation to the
[ "i victims who were
[ 'nals. The Canadian
V Jth African governments
reported preparing to take
t? action.
American protest, in the
1 an aide memoir .sent
M Swiss diplomatic offi-
ma represent American in
'Ha.witb which Wash
has no formal relations.
ne incident, in which 58
I 'I a "brutal at-
i "grave violation" of
1 law. The American
im whose text was not
Lfuolic Pending its receipt
=*. brushed aside the as-
mat the plane was off
Jttd insted that the ^^
"w *> *hy peaceful ship
'tacked it demanded that
t""n Government:
lake assures to guarantee
against recurrence of such an in-
cident, and inform the United
States Government what action
was taken; 2. punish those re-
sponsible for the incident, and in-
form the U.S. of who was punish
ed and how: and 3. pay prompt
and adequate compensation to.
the families of the American vie-;
tims. Payment was demanded
through the United States Gov-
ernment.
In London, the British Gov- '
eminent announced it had sent a
note directly to Sofia stating that
it could not "accept that any gov-
ernment is in its riiiht in shoot-
ing down a civil aircraft in a time
of peace." The note also demand
ed punishment of those nasponsi-
ble for the incident and reserved
the right oi compensation for the
British. Canadian and South Afri-
can lives lost in the crash. A re-
port by a British vice-consul in
Sofia who visited the scene of the
crash was being studied at the
Foreign Office.
The French Government, in a
note sent to the Bulgarian Lega-
tion in Paris, expressed its indig
nation at the shooting down of
the Israel plane. The attack was
likened to an "act of war."
Among the crash victims was
Miss Sarah Zait. private secretary
to Yaacov TUBS, Israel Ambassa-
dor in France.
it At AlOUmS TtAHSWOsHA C0NS7ULATI0M
. Mas* sock at Him
HOPE TO CEMENT GAMS HAM AT BAHWMG
Arabs Strain to Solidify Asia-Africa Bloc
UNITED NATIONS (JTAVThe Arah League is
making strenuous efforts to hold the Asian-African
bloc together as an organized caucus for possible
use against Israel here as a follow-up to the anti-
Israel attitude formalized in resolutions adopted at
the Bandung conference la*t April
The representatives of the Asian and African
member nation- here held their second caucus pre-
sumablv to provide backing for anti-colonial inea
Mires concerned with Morocco. Algeria and Kenyu
However, it became known here that Arab delegates
told their colleagues in the caucus that the United
States. Britain and the United Nations have been
quietly exerting pressure upon Egypt in an effort
to ease Cairo's hostility toward Israel.
According to this unconfirmed report, the West-
ern Powers, as well as the UN, have been suggesting
to Cairo that it take steps to remove as many Arab
refugees as possible from the Gaza strip. The United
State* and Britain would presumably back UN action
to help Egypt resettle many of the Arab refugees
from Gaza if Egypt conceded that such a move would
be beneficial The big fact as seen here, however, is the contin-
uation of the caucus itself as an organized entity.
Until the last General Assembly there had been in
existence a fairly tight liaison between the Arab
nations and the Latin American countries repre-
sented here JYith the growth of "neutralism" in
Asia, and with Israel having attained warm relation-
ships with the Latin American bloc, it became neces-
sary for the Arab League to seek a different form
for a new pressure group here. Continuation of the
Asian-African bloc under the pretext of implement-
ing the Bandung resolutions provided the answer
sought by the Arab League here.


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AUGUST 5. 1955
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PAGE 3
Abramowitz Succeeds Lelchuk
President of North Shore Zionists
layer Abramowitz has
fimously elected presi-
hc North Shore Zionist
Miami Beach. He suc-
tdon Lelchuk, who serv-
fc,l, nt .if the district since
jidcd two years ago.
m the election, the North
(jsh tenter spiritual lead-
graphic report of the
entiun recently held in
,, n ( where he at-
] Ibramowita outlined the
program which the na-
,ention set for the ZOA
|ning year. "In the field
Stations, American Zion-
..tand united so that it
prvc the interests of the
trad," he said. "Cultur-
*ill redouble its efforts
piritual tie between
lews and Israel through
forces, VA
im Slated
iai B'rith
twli Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Wednesday evening,
the Delano hotel.
ktf in a veterans and
pvea program will in-
ilbort Pallot, 1st vice
strict Grand Lodge 5,
i. and Southern chair-
I>i-triet Armed Forces
fans' Committee, B'nai
Morris Bierman, chair-
lh Florida B'nai B'rith
Service Committee.
omanor, executive di-
be Jewish Family Serv-
ler Miami, will describe
Mer home care of the
lily Service agency.
intensified educational projects as
well as by sponsoring group pil-
grimages to the Holy Land. Finan-
cially, ZOA will continue its spon-
sorship of K'far Silver, the new
agricultural school, as of the ZOA
House in Tel Aviv."
Discussing the recent split with-
in the ZOA, Rabbi Abramowitz Mid
that "there is some validity to the
argument of such veteran Zionists
as Louis Lipsky and Judge Louis
E. Levinthal who are leading the
dissident group." The rabbi, how-
ever, congratulated ZOA President
Mortimer May's handling of the
issue "in calling upon those dis-
satisfied with national policies to
return to the organization to pre-
sent their case to the Administra-
tion."
Rabbi Abramowitz continued:
"Mr. May thus proved himself to
be not only a Zionist statesman,
but also gave further evidence of
the democratic character of ZOA
in formulating national policies "
Elected to serve as officers of
the district with the spirit un I lead-
er are George Kronengold and
Sheldon Lelchuk, vice presidents;
Spinoza Forum Schedules Talk Sunday Evening
"What are the Best Years of Our
Lives?" will be the topic of a dis-
cussion at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum Sunday evening, Aug. 7, at
11th st. and Ocean ct.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author
of "The Road to Health and Hap-
pier Living" and "Live a Hun-
dred Years Happily," will be in-
troductory speaker. Comment will
be made by Dr. N. S. Hanoka, Dr.
I. Bernstein, Charles Tomarkin.
Josephine Lentini and Albert New-
man.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Mrs. H. Bergad, corresponding sec-
retary; Irving Shalom, financial
secretary; and Dr. Baer Zucker-
braun, treasurer.
Board of Directors are Jacob
Matz, Ben Marin, Ben Star, David
Elkin, Hyman Bergad, Oscar Lel-
chuk, Abe Selecoff, Joseph Kahn,
Ezra Finegold, Morris Kleinwachs,
Harry Kaplan, Max Siegel and Mrs.
B. Zuckerbraun.
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X T UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SUMMER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
ARTHUR FIEDLER
Guest Conductor
Sunday, August 7th, Miami Beach Auditorium at 8:30
Call JE 1-0477 or MO 1-4960
Price*: Reserved Seats S2.00, $1.S0; Unreserved $1.00, 75c
V. Apte, of Miami Beach, (left) heads a
cation of visiting Floridians to the offics
Burq. Minister of Posts for Israel.
*:i in the office are (left to right) Mrs.
Bloom, formerly of Atlanta; Dr. Burg;
Apte; and Mrs. Frances Gaggstatter,
also of Miami Beach. The Floridians? toured
numerous government installations in Israel,
noting developments made possible by in-
vestments in Israel Bonds. Apte returned
to Miami Beach last week.
rersity Reveals $4,500 Sam
Blank Grant in Human Relations
(Samuel Blank and Family
on has granted $4,500 to
tversit) of Miami to be rle-
institutM and workshops
Ian Relation!,
bonej ha^ been made avail-
njKh the National Confer-
Christians and Jews.
If rant is responsible for the
\t Workshop on Theory and
in Human Relations,
ended a six weeks session
at the university.
I> workshops and institutes
to -i\ weeks' duration will
lip under the grant for the
-ui.hing practical and
Jcal problemi of human and
>np relations.
the summer workshops
tihi college credit, an ad-
fcommittee will arrange one
peek non-credit institutes
h.'ic academic year.
}uman relations courses will
an opportunity for educa-
us, business, indus-
ither leaders of the com-
to develop skills, under-
I Brands^DTstributing. Inc. His other
j work has included serving as vice
! president and trustee of Mount
i Sinai Hospital, trustee of Greater
'Miami Jewish Federation, a direc-
tor of National Conference of
Christians and Jews, a director of
the Community Chest, the Miami
i Chamber of Commerce and mem-
ber of the board of governors of
the N a t i o nal Children's Cardiac
Home.
The Blank Grant will be used to
secure nationally-known specialists
in human and intcrgroup relations
as consultants, and to provide
scholarships for worthy and de-
serving individuals.
After a trial period of three
years, the advisory committee will
evaluate the project and report to
Blank concerning future develop-
ment.
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Summer
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DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK (
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OF BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Urn limit
standing techniques that will en-j
able them to discharge their re-
spective responsibilities in a more
effective manner, UM officials ex-
plained.
Blank is a trustee of the uni-
versity and president of National
[een Agers Will
ain to Take
in Institute
\ leen age leaders from the
Miami area will partici-
the Leadership Training
conducted by the South-
|ion of the United Syna^
America. Rabbi Mayer
Hz. Youth Commission
announced Wednesday.
Ill encampment is a proj-
Ihc Youth Commission of!
Itive congregations, whose I
bring together teen agers |
lership potential to spend
in camp life under the su-|
of qualified rabbis nnd
frs.
reater Miami contingent
Ol representatives of the
Conservative congrega-
>rth Shore Jewish Center,
EmanurEl, Congregation
'id, Zamora Jewish Cen-
M Miami Jewish Center
)le Sinai of Hollywood.
twitney. youth advisor of
pmanu-El, who will aerve
ff of the LTI Camp, will
> the group on the spe-'
A. Louis Mechlowitz.
of the Youth Commis-
Bert Sher, treasurer, will
the encampment for the
rnagogue.
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PAGE 7
Borsch! Adds Sophisticated Touch
To Cooling Summer Party Menus
loj. Hyman Kofi
atz Will
le Practice
nan Katz. of 6610 Bis-
[.. Miami, left the Army
t|i~, Aug. 1 to return to
(ntal practice after two
Mive duty.
lz was called to active
kg 3. 1953. and has been
the Dental detachment
union. Ga for the great-
is service. He also spent
at Brooke Army Medi-
al Fort Sam Houston,
re he received medical
C( i ruining.
ate of the University of
Li School of Dentistry,
[completed his pre-den-
at the University of
lember of the American
pciation and the Alpha
Pal fraternity. He is af-
the Masons and the
ptto and also is a mem-
trt-th Israel Northside
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ingenuity^ often reaches the van-
ishing point when it comes to plan-
ning an appropriate beverage to
go with her buffet snacks, ah old
friend in a new guise provides A
number of welcome suggestion-
I-ong regarded mainly as "a re-
freshing chilled soup or a quick,
and club soda added for a spright-
ly taste, takes top honors as a
smart new drink that will do any
I proud.
Some of the unusual recipes cre-
ated in the Manischewitz model
kosher test kitchen as a service to
hostesses include
thirst-quenching summer drink, i ALMONOINE CHICKEN SPREAD
rich, ruby-red Manischewitz 1 -oz. can tfaniu.ha.rir, R~Ui
rich, ruby-red Manischewitz
Borscht is now fast becoming a
popular party-goer, dressed up in
a variety of sophisticated ways to
provide the perfect liquid accom-
paniment to hors d'oeuvres, ca-
napes and such.
When meat is on the menu, iced
Manischewitz Borscht, served
clear, with a slice of lemon, as a
tangy accent to the garden-fresh
flavor of tender young beets, pro-
vides the kind of quick, cool re-
freshment that means so much at
a summer social. And when the
menu permits (see suggestions be-
low for pareve and dairy snacks,
developed by the Home Econom-
ics Department of the B. Manische-
witz Co.) a delightful Borscht Cool-
Marcia Ann First
Valedictorian at Kinloch
'2
1
6-oz. can Manischewitz Borled
Chicken, finely minced (1-cup)
tablespoons chicken fat
cup blanched almonds
teaspoon salt
tablespoon Manischewitz Dry
Concord Wine
Heat chicken fat in a skillet. Add
blanched almonds and toast over
low heat, stirring frequently. Drain
nuts and chop finely. Combine
chicken fat, chopped nuts, minced
chicken, salt and wine. Spread on
Tarn Tarn or Tasteas Matzo Crack-
ers.

LOX SPREAD
'/. pound lox
medium onion
medium apple, cored and
peeled
Manischewitz Manna Matzo
cup Manischewitz Cidar Vine-
gar
tablespoons sugar
hard cooked eggs
Break matzo into small pieces
1
1
3
2
Fourteen-year-old Marcia Ann
Robinson is making plans to attend i
Miami Senior High School in the!and soak in vinegar about ten min-
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Daughter of the Arthur H. Rob-
insons. 225 SV
51st ave., March
graduated frorr
Kinloch Park
Junior High
School in June
and was valedic-
torian o f her
class. s
Kinloch Park,"
only three years
in existence, had
no valedictorian
designee prior to /Marcia
the June graduation. As the
school's first, Marcia will have her
name engraved at the top of a
special cup to mark this honor.
In addition, she was editor of
the 'Scorpion," school yearbook.
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Presidents Sandy Frogel, of Mi-
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xpert Sy Robins arrived
inform
Helen,
cago. .
Dr. Dan is a Miami gyn< i
the h
Miami Mayor Abe Arcnovit, never left "*;""jj
heal and his need for a va "'k
Mrs /MM P- Schworfr
aaS^aSli^bta-.....in. ...M.. Osceo.a Lake Inn.
Hend^r?heeM2yCorare Mr, Aronovitz and their daughter. Edith. HdTV, Wax Wed
They plan to be gone for one month. \i |n|j|iuiU' RllC'S
Although summer is rest time, Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae League ^ )u|:
Miss Katz Weds
jossc I). Schwarte;
To Live on Beach
K.u .H-eame
, |., d Schwartz in 6
, ceremoni.....n Aug. 2 at the
M r Ahrarn-
Nrlh ShuP lewiah l enter
spiritual l-;"''-r- ',"ic,a,hCt The bride is the daughter of Mr
". Katl, 7207 Bay
Jr.. Miami Beach The KrmV par-
jts are the Jacob Schwta*,M
s\\ 18th ter.. Miami
,,.,,, bv her father.
white chantilly
" aPPlM"1*
net ovci taffeta Her
in matching
nidi on a
m
Elisc K
tiii> lace
. tioru
tber was
*ith Leslie Klein
Marvu fraternMjf
ushers
irtJ attend-
hool in Nei
\...-., Beach High School
and |he i niversity of Florid:!
The groom attended Forest Hills
|, New York, and the
^
^ASSSStSSJ!^'^ Henry Chatters. P.ul Goldman, A^UtifU^ &*^ Cun .Tof N yrt Ofr
MortTcr.ntVHoward Greens. Julian J.cksons, Dr. and Mr, Wilfred nerjollowed .1 *J^ ** poUowIng I wedding trip
Lansman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lefkowiti, Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyers
Merandas, the Lawrence Rob
man and Miss Arlyne Schockett.
(ens, Julian Jacksons, Dr. and Mr, W.lfred net-followed a< me -w .... Kn||wlIU, wedding trip to
lip Lefkowiti. Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Meitus, The bride was attired W palf ^ ^ p>ke N ,he
, Dr. and Mr, Donald Michnoff. the William yellow and white Pans import A home ,M1
obinsons. Phillip Spiers. Mr, Maurice "";& C SE -ft- -.Miami Beach.
Jack and Florence Pritt were given a rousing bon voyage prior
to their leaving for Europe at a Jewish War Veterans Post 677 affair
in the Biltmore Terrace last week. The Pritta were especially happy
because it turned into a card party and much needed funds for hos-
pitalized veterans at Pratt General hospital. .
Assisting in arrangements were Francis Goodman, Paul Drucker,
Comm. Leonard Miller and Senior Vice Comm. Milton Kach. The ladies,
not to be outdone, were represented by Fay Kach, who is the Auxiliary
president, and Evelyn LeVine, vice president.
Aug. 15 is a special date for the David Tuckers, 9316 Collins ;.ve
For thev will mark their golden wedding anniversary at that time in
the Algiers hotel. Married in New York in 1905. the Tuckers moved to' friends at the Shore apartments
Chicago in 1921. where Mr Tucker was a dress manufacturer for many!-----------------------------------
years, and to Miami Beach and retirement in 1945. .
Joining them here will be their seven brothers and sisters, all of
whom plan to arrive from New York City. Special guests will of course
he their children. Dr. Joseph Tucker, Oak Park. Ill Mrs. Anne Kaspar,
Woodmere, Long Island. Mrs. Libby Ficiberg, Miami Beach; and Mrs.
Estelle Fischer, York, Pa. "All Ol OUT children, with their respective
spouses, eleven grandchildren and one great grandson will help us
make our happiness complete," the Tuckers write US
Providence. R.I.. is the vacation site ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keller,
Who tell us they plan to be hack m their North Miami home this week
> > l > c
Friends are talking about the fact that J. M. Schlessinger is home-
sick. A brief recess from his Miami business took him on a tour of
Georgia. Alabama, Tennessee. Louisiana. Arkansas and Texas. '"I saw
a little of all," he writes them. "But it brings back memories of youth
when I think of Miamimoonlight and the blue sea There's nothing
like it anywhere."
Now a resident physician at Pratt General is Dr. Emanuel M.
Stadlan, who has just arrived from Washington, D.C., where he served
his internship at the Gallinger hospital. .
This, of course, was the occasion for a reunion and a weekend
stay with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, and sisters, Sarah and
Adinah, at their Bay rd. home. .
A third trip to Israel is in the offing for Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Ashkenazy, of Coral Gables, when they depart overseas \ug, 9. Hi-ta
drut will wish them well Saturday evening at Harfenisfs,
Lovely Jeanne was formerly on the staff of the Miami Daily Newi
Her husband is a noted realtor here.
The stunning Granada blvd. home of the William Singers was the
site of a luncheon Saturday honoring Miss Marjorie Speigel. Mrs Singer
and charming daughter. Marlene, feted Marjorie prior to her marriage
Aug. 21 to Alan Olkes. Marlene is scheduled to he a bridesmaid
Miniature doll bride and attendants were dressed in replicas of
the real dresses due to be worn at the wedding. .
Mr. Singer, in case someone doesn't know, is Royal Castle's ham
burger king."' Marlene is now a junior at Vanderbilt. majoring in
English in preparation for a teaching career
sasassctceca.
Duncraggan Inn, Ilendersonville. N.C., boasts a long list ol South
Floridians, who have fled to the summer resort for the coolth of
the mountains. .
A brief note reminds us of the presence there of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. David Rayvis and daughter, Carol, the Arthur
Litts, Mrs. Lillian Heller, the Dick Sterns and the Charles Aronovitzes
of Key West. .
Due at Duncraggan in a few days are the Sol S. Goldstroms, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Shultz and the Milton Balsams.
> <'
Wedding vows exchanged more than fifty years ago in Odasu
Russia, will be repeated by Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Chaplik Sunday, Aug
14, at the Belden Stratford in Chicago. More than 150 guests will honor
the golden anniversary couple, who now reside in Surfside.
Isidor and Lottie were married on Aug. 14. 1905. Active in Miami's
Chicago Club of Florida, they will be honored by their children: the
Al Tunicks, Sol Chapliks, Rubin Chapliks, Edward Centers and the
Sam Chapliks. .
Adorning her neck was a Keep ..
sake add-apearl necklace she car Beth iMlK'tll lilOlIp
lied I white Bible with yellow and ill I \l.| inr
white orchid- nUIUS '^""h
The bride*! mother wore a pink Mrs Harvey Klamkin presided
creation with chantilly lace de'at the executive hoard meeting of
sign and carried her orchids as a Beth Etna* Sisterhood Tuesday
wrist bouquet The bridegroom's evening
mother wore a royal blue summer1 On the agenda was a report on
outfit with shoulder orchid the barbecue beach party by "Irs.
. Jack Bergavoy. 3rd vice president.
After a brief honeymoon, the M|V Slanicy Clatter, parltamen-
newly weds will be home to their (arian. discussed plans for adalt
education claseoi
.
Mrs. Sorry Wtiktr
Ballimore Wedd
For Wesker, Q
Miss Charl..it. \nn Cd
Barry Michael Wesker wtnj
ed in marriage Sunday at I
aton Belvedere hotel m
Rabbi Joseph Bausigartaij
ed the service
The bride is the dauaj^J
and Mrs. Lawrence
Baltimore, and the
parents are Mr and JIa'i
Wesker, 1611 Pennsylvl
Miami Beach
Among usher- wcretfl|
pie, of Miami
Given in marriage by herl
the bride wore an imparted!
chantilly lace over atm
wore a crown of *ed peartsj
an illusion veil She carried if
quet of white orchids.
New York City and Mian
were the honeymoon
after a reception m the I
couple wilf live in Coral
KsiRr^rK their <*>"> we*
Tucker. Beiow. the Ialdo, C^^..^^
Klines OiT to New
England and Then]
Tour Thru Em
Following their ,lu'\ 28 I
at Temple Israel. Mr. aajj
Lawrence Crown Kline wit
trip to New 1 T**JJ
at home in Philadelphia
leaving for Europe
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan offij
the ceremony and a lunch**
lowed the eeremon} at tbejj
the bride's parents. Mr ad
Bernard Troub of Coral
The bride, the j..rmer IfcaJ
na Troub Gratrr.stein. l
ident of the New Have
Chapter. National Wc|"**j
mittee of Brand- I niwr
is also a member of t&at i
tion's national board aodr
board committee
A former New Haves
she was co-chairmartoll
Women's Division. State
bond drive.
Mr. Kline of St. Peten
Philadelphia, i- ,hf f" ,
Alexander Kline andt<
Kline .
He is a mem her of "
Presidents' Organizaiwa.
vice president of the L>n"
Association of America^
Pat Me^s TrotlS
Told by Her PaJ
Mr. and Mr- M J gf
SW7thsT.au nnoa**|
gagement ol U r
tricia. to Bernard bad*-
Mr. Sacks ,- the *
and Mrs Bam Sac"1 m
ave.. Miami Beach
They are P^^'J^
wedding in M ,|
Miss Meyers graj*
ami Senior High Sci
attending the "ln.^r>i)J
Mr. Sacks also
where his fraternil
Phi. He gradual
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PAGE 9
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Anneffe Boon
v
Miss Buan (-Jets
Ring from Fiance
Mi.s.s Annette Buan received her
diamond engagement ring from
Morton Zigclslfy. The couple then
drove off to attend a "gathering"
at which they never arrived.
For her cousin, Miss Joyce Spec-
tor, of 135 SW 22nd st., served as
hostess at a surprise engagement
party in her home just a few mirk-
utes later. Neither Miss Buan nor
her fiance knew of the affair until
they were ushered in as quests of
honor.
Miss Buan is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buan. 979 SW
4th st.. pioneer Miamians. Her
grandparents are the late pioneers,
Mr and Mrs. Morris Dock.
Mr. Zigel.sk>'- parent* are the Al
Zigelflkys, Of 5301 SW 5th ter.
The bride-eject attaadtd Miami
Senior High school and the ini-
ver-ity of Miami. She is now nr
ployed at BurdlneV
Mr. Zigelsky al.*. attended Mi-
ami High and the I* of M and is
currently auoeiatad with l-:
Power and Light Co.
No definite date for their we,!
ding has been.set by the couple.
They were introduced s'inic rime
ago by another cousin oi the bride-
elect. Miss Frances SpaetOT.
Barry Brown Will He
Barry F. Brown, son of Mr. and
Phil Brown, 7101 NK 5th ave.,
Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah
during Saturday morning services,
kt ihtilm Teey
Toby, Hoss Shite '"
Late October Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Toby, 5881
SW 13th st., are announcing the
engagement of their daughter,
Sheila, to Bernard Ross.
Mr. Ross is the son of Mrs. Max
Frank, New York City, and Mike
Rosenstein. also of New York. He
is stationed with the Navy in Key
West.
Miss Toby and her fiance attend-
ed Miami Beach High School. They
are planning a late October wed-
ding.
Herman
\ge Vows
nmer flowers and or-
ated Weal Miami Jew-
|uly 17 when Miss Pearl
Moore became the
lej Jeffery (Jeff) Ber-
Max Waxman solem-
bub|e ring ceremony.
was given in marriage
it Mrs. Celia L. Moore,
r. Edwin Moore. Her
(if late Sam D. Moore.
home is at 5970 SW
ie I.ipp and Jeffrey
Jed the couple.
h-"i is the son of Mr.
1 Berman, 511 NW
rip in Havana, the cou-
in Miami. The bride-
Iwhulesale florist.
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Father Gives Miss
Kline in Marriage
Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New
York was the scene of the Sunday
afternoon wedding of Jacqueline
Kline and Irwin E. Kott.
Miss Kline is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jay Kline of Scars-
dale, N. Y.. and Mr Kott is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Kott.
4475 Alton rd Miami Beach.
Rabbi Kenneth Stein performed
the ceremony, and the bride was
escorted to the altar by her father.
Miss Florence Becker was maid of
honor, and Seymour Kott served as
best man for his brother.
When they return from a Euro-
pean wedding trip the couple will
live at Bay Harbor Island.
Position Wanted to Conduct
High Holiday Services
Peymcnt te fee awde in Israel Rends.
Itv. lufmi leaver, 15S3 SW. 7ta
St., Paeae 2 7120.
Mils Gloria Waldman
Miss Waldman and
Mr. Durmaskin Plan
Nov. 26 Wedding
Mr. and Mrs." Nat Waldman, of
995 West 48th st.. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Gloria Ruth, to Norman
Durmaskin, MTami. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Durmaskin, Babbling
Brook Farms, New Brunswick,
N. J. /
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Weequahich High School. Newark.
N. J., and is now employed at
Thermo Cool, Inc.
After graduating from Rutgers
University, Norman served with
the Navy for three years. He is
assistant district manager for
Sehlitz Brewing Co.
The couple will be married Nov.
26 at the Saxony hotel.
Girls Add Members
TSION, B'nai Brith Girls, has
added five new girls to their mem-
bership list. The membersin-rrain-
ing class was installed at a candle-
light ceremony last week in the
home of Ina Cohen.
Mi-s Cohen is president of
TSIO.Vs spcond MIT class. Other
members of the class are Linda
Emerick, Lynn Vinocur, Linda
Berkwit and Sandy Slotmck.
[Jnder the guidance of their MIT
mother. Bab.s Vinocur. the Mil
completed their B'nai Brith seven
fold plan in three week
I'nipom of the plan is to ac-
quaint Mil's with the B'nai Is nil
Vou'h Organization as a training
period and also a tune fOf DMm-
btri to liecume better acquainted
with other bbg members.
Annual Tropical Night
Moulin Rouge' room of the Di-
Lido hotel will be the site of West
Miami Post JWV's first annual
tropical night, according to an an-
nouncement Wednesday by George
Honrick, ways and means chair-
man.
Function is scheduled for Aug.
27. Assisting in arrangements are
Larry Wallach and Max Rubin.
Meeting at Beth David
Emma Lazarus Chapter of B"nai
Brith will hold a regular meeting
Tuesday evening, Aug. 9, at Beth
David Synagogue.
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Kessler Unveiling
The unveiling of a Memorial to
the memory of the late
SOPHIE KESSLER
formerly o/
1110 N Venetian Drive
mil falre place
Sunday. Auoutt 7. 1955
11:00 A.M.
on the family plot of
Mr. Sinai Ckmeti:ry
She i ur\ived by her husband,
B daughter, Dorothy Tifford. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Palmer"? Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relative* are invited
to attend.
Congregation
Beth Tf ilah
seeks a good
Baal Tf ilah
Please apply at
once to Mr. Diamond
at the Congregation
Office or call
JE 8-1521
Hiir Mitzvah
Aug. 6, at Tifereth Israel North-
side Center. Rabbi Abraham Her-
son, who has been Barry's teacher,
will officiate.
The Oneg Shabbat after Friday
services, as well as the Kiddush
on Saturday morning, will be giv-
en by Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
Barry, formerly of Chicago
where he was an honor student of
the Anshe Emet Temple and He-
brew School, now attends Edison
Junior High School. In the ninth
grade, ho is a member of the BChool
band.
Amon out-of-town guests I
Chicago will bo Barry's grandpar-
i i t Mr. and Mrs. Baker Calderon
Mr and Mis. Leo Calderon and
BOna, Mr. and Mrs. Al Cohen an I
son. Mr and Mi- Ben Kai:n,,
daughter. Mr and Mrs. Tom Levy
and family. Illaa Henee MiahOU
Mr and Ufa. Max Kalimis ..m I s<-n
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rohner
mmmmo*
M KM KV TKACHKR WAXTKD
also ema youth ACTtvmes and tiach jiwish mistooy
foil limo Pei.tie* far OmmlHM Ptwrn
Temple Both Shelem, 1725 Monroe St., Hollywood, Fla.
Lucerne to be Completed
Ahead of Schedule
Announcement was made Wed-
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Beach luxury hotel now being
erected on 41st st and Collins ave.,
is way ahead of schedule and will
be completed and fully furnished
by Nov. 25, about three weeks
ahead of the proposed opening on
Dec. 15.
B. L Binder declared that the
essential services of the hotel will
not be leased out. All facilities will
be owner managed "so that guests
can be assured of genuine conti-
nental service throughout their
stay."
Frank Schneider, who was asso-
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hotel, will also be With the Lu-
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Arthur Fiedler to Conduct U of M
Summer Symphony in Sunday Pop
World gowned conW i **^Si
Arthur Fiedler will be guest artist man; i^ '; l sharp-Be
o the podium when the Universg "USLiK
i Summer Symph :: Ol ierrM ,,..,,
chestra presents its eighth pup v, Fiedler becam.
,-rt Sundaj owftiOJ at the Mi-,,,, Boston Pops to 1M0. J If**"*
ami Beach Auditorium -till holds With his skill,
The distinguished-lo and ... .|UI, and astuteness in serving
impeccably groomed Mr. Fiedler the interest f general enjoyment,
will lead the UM orchestra in -The he ..,,,. ,i. Pops .1 new 1
Princess Eliiabeth March:' bj
Coates; overture to "Hignon,' bj
Thomas; Fantasia on "Gn
sleeves." bj Vaughan Williams;
Suite from "Gaite ParNienne." bj
Although Mr Fiedler was broi
up in the classical nuiMe.11 tradi
lionSi he has made himsell more
thoroughly familiar with the popu-
ar field than any of his prede
Award Winners To
lh, wart.w)|nnlni paintings
|',,t watereolon from the recent
I (irandpa" amateur
art jhow'al the Robe* Clay hotel
rill be h. v n for two weeks, start
,g Monday, Aug. 8. at the Sam
h School of Drama and Al-
suue ihiim .i.i,,v...........-. ,i,ii 1..... ........ -
otienbach: Claire dc Lune from wrs rhe only requirement l(
"Suite Bergamasque." b) Debussj
Prelude to Die Mei-ter-inger. by
Wagner.
Also to be heard are Ricnam
Rodgers waltzes orchestrated by
Duo Return After
Attending Week Conclave
Two sixteen-year-olds and Jack
Koppleman have returned from the
1 ular F Dude Ranch (amp in
Lake Wales.
The two outstanding -tudent- of
the ("oral Gables Jewish Center re
ous confirmation class were
ision to a Pop program u
the pure have a sparkle of it- owi
and that it be made to SOUfld well
from I full symphony orchestra.
Mr Fiedler feel-
After preliminary education t
he Boston Latin School Mr Fied
ler studied conducting at the I! ij
al Academy in Berlin, and made
hi- debut m the German capital al
the age of 17.
Returning to Unerica in lfl5.
he joined the Boston Sympl
under Karl Muck as a violinist, and
nine yean later organised the B *
ton Sinfonietta, a chamber orche-
the
Arthur fitdltr
0OJ nueician evar to pass the mil-
lion mark in -ale- of a single rec
ord wh.ch paired the popular MC
jaiou-ie- with the contem-
porary spam-h composer Manual
de Falla's Ritual r"1IT D*nc*
Goodman Hadassah Ptogram
United Nations Discussion j
Regular monthly meeting of I. |
h Goodman Croop vull take place on Wednesday eve-
ning. Aug 10. at tne San Marino
hotel, '- announced by Miss MB*
rit Parker, president
Highlitht of the meeting will be
on current events, including a re-
port on United Nations activity by
Miss Marguerite Marx, program
chairman This will be followed by |
entertainment to be furnished by
Miss Frances I.eBon and Mrs. Al-
fred Karg. community singing
FRIDAY.
be Exhibited
lied Arts, corner We* ^i
Pinetree dr Miami fcaJ
Entertainment will uT
by William Obermin',
Monday <, ,,.... .fc^^
Mr. Obcrn. knoJ
fist and teacher,
lesson art -,
day night a ^\
School to thi artist ht
votad the I nti duhMi
wwk Indivifl
will be issued t an B
\hibit and the Mnjy
receives the n ost vot^
the award
Roof Le
Coll Victtj
ml
Acne Roof in 1
*#
UgMMII eonurmauon --' (,.m,)(1M,| member- ol
chosen and sponsored b> the Sis eo 1.....
terhood to attend the one-week an
nual conclave of the Ri
aple Sisterhoods ol the South-
rn states.
Zionist Board Meeting
Miami Reach Isr
,,..,., monthlj

Mrs. J
ich
Boston Symphony In 1929. he or
ganfc ston's famous outdoor
Esplanade Concerts- a free sum-
mer -en, played to an attractive
natural setting OH the hank ol
Charles River across from thi
famed Massachusetts Institute ol
Technologj on Ihe Cambridge side.
The foil" con-
institution m the Hub
lir-t

I. L. Minzer, noted hotelman. ol 1118 NE 2nd ave., departs from
New York International Airport aboard an El Al Israel Air-
lines plane. Minzer plans to spend five weeks in Israel, where
he owns a hotel in Tel Aviv.
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[AUGUST 5, 1955
-Jewlsti fh rllfrr
opt
Congress Asked for Immediate Action On Fair Employment
Continued from Pag* 1 failure I., act favorably on any civil and the executive branch of the
egation amendments to pend- !"lght.s measurt,s; enactment of such Government, and to raise the tXxv
Federal general welfare bill, JW0" j lon*<' "^Iture of the Civil Right* Se.tion of
segregat
ing
as the most effective means of
iM of anti-discrimination ;in breaking the stranglehold of the
ng M. Engel. president of the lUre OI lDf tlVU *****
American Jewish Committee, de- ,n<' Department of Justice to a cli-
clared here in testimony submitted vision, under the super-, ision of an
filibuster has placed on the enact- th* House Judiciary subcommit- Assistant Attorney General, staffed
tee. He contrasted Federal failure
ment of civil rights legislation in
the United States. "A legislative
minority has been able to block
civil rights measures year
year by exploiting the provisions
of the existing Congressional
rules," he declared. "For years
we have watched urgently needed
reforms founder because of blind
intolerance. We cannot hope to
persuade this arrogant and intrans-
igeant minority to abandon volun-
tarily their undemocratic tactcs.
We can hope that they will change
their attitude if they find it is too
costly."
with legislative enactment by 14
and capable of stepping in to pro-
states and 36 cities banning racial tc(t ,Me civil rights "f cittaWM
after and religious discrimination in em-! when they are threatened.
ployment, education, housing and
places of public accommodations.
Mr. Engel also suggested to (On
greu that it strengthen the Federal
PAGE 11
tutional or civil rights; outlaw ra-
cial segregation in interstate trans-
portation and in all other areas
subject to Federal regulation or
jurisdiction and make lynching a
i Federal offense.
S# or Phono Mo
NAT GANS
Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9981
lift INSURANCE NttDS
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
[3200 S.W. 3rd ovo.-"of 5 Poinfs'
Declaring that "the American civil rights statutes to permit the
Jewish Committee believes that it j invocation of Federal jurisdiction
is time that Federal civil rights whenever citizens are threatened
legislation moved beyond the state or molested by state or municipal
of committee hearings and re- officials for asserting their consti
ports," Mr. Engel urged Congress
to protect the right to equality of
opportunity in employment; to set
up a commission to evaluate the
status of all civil rights and to
lr$. Dave Alptr
After 80 years of Congressional report periodically to the Congress
'rifh Women
duct 17-Day
srael
HOTEL MOTEL AND APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS
^U A We are kfff ffo servo you witty a if
I o>ipij:ti: mm; of lixexk
president
i i harpter, B'nal j
inted by the
I m's Supreme
i. a (or
tour "f [btmL
B'rith Women
r ii.uk> the do
[the newlj completed*]
jfi.i B'rith Children?
I.i em.
in.i! Home, established
Debilitation of
chi! in n. is supported
B'rith Women in
.la.
remonies of the
Children's Home will
lodajc Oct. 11. in Beit
lerusalem.
will fly to London
da) stopover, spend
Jerusalem, three days
i'isil Haifa. Acre,
plilee, the Jordan Riv-
the famed potash
Idom and B'nai B'rith
Israel. For those who
It Europe as well, an
Ma) tour will include
rip plus a tour of the
n cities and a stay in
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BLANKETS
BED PADS
SPREADS
PILLOW CASES
BATH TOWELS
PLASTIC GOODS
DISH TOWELS
Anshe Ernes
I It has been
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rs of the new
Mr and Mrs.
m. of 1854 SW
I "ition was to be
Meting of the congre-
id.i;. evening. The pre-
was gifted to Anshe
Anna Silberman, of
Bb
iRTERLY
if On Saviwjs
per
Balances
(100 to $15,000.
"'"a Here Today
CANTILE
SANK Of MIAMI BE ACM
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120 N.E. 9th Street
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imo\
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tor
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MIAMI BEACH
1333 Ootfo Blvd.
J! 1-7477
IN MIAMI
710 S.W. 12th Avo.
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Modern production methods of the
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Memorials withia the reach of
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passed down from father to son are
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The 2-Story White Building
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"Jewish Forum
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Every Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 on dial)
With Various features
NOW "A HEftfTAGE OF MUSIC"
by Rev. Sheldon Edwards
traduced and Directed by
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Listen to
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Every Sunday, WMIE, 2 p.m.
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Wt are one of Miami's leading
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\ Mill be heard every Sunday from
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Two New Features
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Featuring Simon Wolff
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JgUST 5. 1955
* knisf fhrrttin
PAGE 13
ieason Brings Wealth of Activity at Center Camps
climax events are
;,t all four day
bj the Greater Mi-
rommunity Center.
I Fairytale Land"
iic of a campers'
kted l" an audience
pints and relatives at
rich. The following
[to 1)0 shown: "Snow
hr Seven Dwarfs,"
Vs New Clothes,"
loose" and "Ali Baba
Bight. Aug. 10, Flag-
impers will conduct
i\ show. The junior
[ offer a musical
t is America."
Heard will be "An-
pivy Crockett,"
|st Side" and "Yan-
pndy." Older camp-
original skit called
Kadimah."
and Friday, there
pioiisc when parents
to visit special ex-
projects on which
I been working all
Jen of ("helm" will
of the wind-up pro-
North Dade camp,
t. Aug. 11. Crafts
.u < view in each room,
which is the _clos-
|ll camps, the Beach
njiing a campers'
at time, the coun-
ill present a show
ards will be given
liners of the swim
bets recently con-
Carnivals
unday
il benefit carnivals
[the Greater Miami
Jnity Center will be
lay afternoon be-
in I he grounds ot
h. 450 SW Kith
i i h, 1536
-> of these
for the campers
I i r;.i>c the
for rholarships
iimmer to
fls iii the two sum-
He hard at work
! -: booths to
fun filled afternoon
n1 and visitors.
lorowitl and Mrs.
I are beading up the
at the Town
'< preparing various
a country fair sal<\
ol the committee
"rankel, Mrs. I eon
Alfred Berman,
fcer, Mrs. Mack Lib-
[ William Silverman.
Branch, Mrs. Philip
l I committee
liking prepar-
lilar lines. They are
lu>. Mrs. Malvin
Jerry Hesnick and
fa\ son.
The sabbath party is a highlight of the camp week at the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center day camps. Every
Friday afternoon, a candle-lighting ceremony, with appropri-
ate prayers, is conducted. Above, participating in the service,
are (left to right) Candice Berman, Renee Silver and Alicia
Einhorn.
Kosher Market
Offers Qaulity,
Low Prices
Eugene Schwartz is the new own-
er of Sam's Kosher Market, accord-
ing to an announcement this week.
Now known as Schwartz's Kosher
Market, the firm is located at 322
SW 12th ave phone 9-6266.
attention to all customers to see
"We intend giving our personal
that they are satisfied," Schwartz
explained.
The mwfket will cr.rry a com-
plete line of the best quality of
fresh meats and poultry at the low-
est price
A leature of Schwartz's Kosher
Market is their free daily deirVei
service.
-^ ^a^ ojpH^ ** i
__^^', *
Ready to take a whack at the ball is Peter Tauber, while
Joseph Lawrence does his stint as catcher in a typical round
of softball activity. The great American sport always has a
high priority among the boys at the Center day camps.
New Israel Visa Facility Revealed
NEW YORK Effective this' have their passports stamped at
week, American citizens need no,their P0'"1 of entrv in j""j .
. This new policy was adopted by
longer apply for an Israel visitor s Lhe Government of Israei as part
visa, it was announced Wednesday 0f the over-all program to encour-
age tourism there. At a later date,
the Government plans to extend
this facility to other countries.
by the Consulate General of Israel
and the Israel Government Tourist
Office. American tourists will now
ted for
ragedy
from Pag* 1
[ round as the
pin had it.
Bulgaria's offer j
partial com-
[> material damages I
1 incident, Dr
[ ctor general of
P'! Ministry, handed
Bulgarian Charge
1 note demanding!
P' s well as pun
V who were respon
I ted once again j
commission of in-
numbers were en-
Greek side of the
K near the site of
^ld be, given entry
rrritory to view the
SCHWARTZ'S
Kosher Market
(Formerly SAM'S KOSHER MARKET)
322 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI
OPEM\(p SPECIALS
Good tor All W> GROUND CHUCK .... 49c lb.
TENDER BEEF LIVER. 59c lb,
CHUCK STEAKS .... 55c lb.
FLANKEN..... 19c lb.
LAMB BREASTS & SHANKS 10c lb.
CHOICE RIB STEAKS. 79c lb.
MOSES LAZAR, Misbf life
FREE DELIVERY CALL 9-6266
Party, picnic; snack or luncheon\'
Once you start yoifcan't stop munching >*
Tarn Tarn
c r4a4c;kae r st
.. .'the best friend a snack ever had!
MANISCHEWITZ ."The Greatest Name in Kosher Foods''
fo your good health ^tjj
HOT SPRINGS
NATIONAL PARK
ARKANSAS
World-famous natural
thermal waters
only Spa in U.S.A.
R. E. McEachin, Sen. Mgr.
& BATHS
Renew your health at one of the
South'! finett resort hotelsl
Guest can 90 directly from room
in robe and slippers to our own
Bath House located within hotel.
Bath House under regulation of
the Department of the Interior.
\
All sports available wonderful fishing and golfl
k 560 Rooms 70% AIR-CONDITIONED
All with bath or toilet.
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'dividend
It'* wise to open an account, or add to
presant savings, before August 10th .
so as to earn
%
from August 1st
Hera each account is insured safe to $10,000
FEDER.ll MlllCtf

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4


.FRIDAY.



I^_r." --------^====77 r.^'c Mew Spiritual Leader Assumes Pub*
RELIGIOUS DIRIX I UK 1 ^^^ ^ .^ = -j^-ctg
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Friday evening servie*
8.15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
6 45 Saturday mn* ; ","
...
will becon.
8 15 Rabbi Joseph Narot will Mil- f
elate, with cantor Jacob Bornrtein
rendering the musical port.or
the litur..
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MPL BETH SHOLOM
Ih Rabbi V
..
' **" NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
WEST M.AM.JEW.SH CENTER TER
the Fathers
BETH ISRAEL CONGRECA
T.ON will hold Frid
ices at 6:45 -
are . rll1v plan, -for the many
Jouna couple, of the North Hade
and their growing families
who ..re affiliated or contemplate
.(filiation with Monticello Park"
Rabbi Lerer is a native of Pales-
tine, where his father i* the Dean
,,f the Th.nlutical School of Jero-
iliM. | in attended rhe
Sbakcspecna School of Israel and
(he 'i- -hi\..th Tor a h Hayim in
l Me came 10 the Inited
i ] cal SchoolVrhJJ1"
Since then. fcT.
gregations at SteiW'
tion to his clerical
ducted ;, radio rein,:
taught at La Cros*^1
served ao chapUj^
camps
Rabbi Lerer i >14l
one (l BirlMml
15 months. Rabbi a*
will r, !, at 1060
166th K North Rhjj
Isaac Itrti
6 PJ v
e at 7:30 a.m
-
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE
t {
at 9 h
I
Candlelightinsr Time
Ab 17 6:51 p.m.
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION
Miami H.
iring
Park.
OAiiwn Monticello
\

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TION will hoi
:
its
pul|
be i.u. i r


ia win oe u^hhi ii>rer
z
sen ice
of his
Isaac Evei
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER I
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s
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION
ISRAELITE CENTER

6 49 p.m
-
be s! 8 j m ur.d 15
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
huld Fndy evening servici

Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1 3595
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At. Fr, ,. ft* Of Vttt,
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loeof Movmg o Sptxnalfv
Mendel N. Fisher, executive
director of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund, will be guest of hon-
or at a testimonial dinner in
the DiLido hotel Dec. 4. Cur-
rent plans ior the forthcom-
ing dinner are being made
by the Greater Miami JNF
Council, according to Daniel
M. Broad and Samuel Pros-
terman, of the local organiza-
tion.
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AUGUST 5. 1955
tard Game
i c a i h Chapter. B'nai
ten. "ill hold its weekly
i Wednesday afternoon.
at the Empress hotel.
Swart/ i* president,
jf the affair will be Mrs.
-JcHisIir/crlcftor?
PAGE
t II
Aries
IAHAM WERMAN
ill.. ;i i
winter
i \'ew York City, died
II. u.i
Israel Com
tin i loe nianufgcturei.
are in rei too nd .1
, 1 -\ 1 .--. .mi burial a ei 1
j-k wllli Rlvei.-I'll '*
in charge of ai 1
LEGAL NOTICE
ITIOUS
NOTICE UNDER FICT
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CHVBN thai
the ui
l.usln. h under the 11 1 ,;,,.. ,,r
BLISS KALEH AND 1:.t IPMENT at
:i3 ismh T. lol.len H
Mi urn Beai h, 1 .rid 1, Inti ...
hu v.-i.i name wli ,-k ,,f ,,.
< 111 nit 1 nun .11 1 lade 1 'i. in
HYLAN H^OT*'' ,,LIHT'
Alton H>pllcant
S'.'.-l
IARLES BROWN
.1 uloneet Miami
died Jul) ''." He i aim
1 int Ford, Conn., In
[1:1 < > 11 waa employ.d in
iii.in-ir\ in Canada,. New
I ml was Instrumental
tin- InttTiiiilinnal ladles
- ki't 1 I'nion loral her*'.
Itlii- union's flrnt secretary
h.ni held thai i">Kt coh-
v .1 |.|i.\ ill as a rut -
Originals. H- Is survived
ROW I. a Mill. Joel. Mi-
nn 1 foui sisters, including
1 N.iiiim. Miami R.-arli
. la-Id July :ll In Rlver-
Rearh Chapel, with bur-
on I
BERKOWITZ
; 11> avc 1 retired In-
11I wh.i rame from New
- ago, died Julv 21) at
nw 117. tai Imrn In
lurvlvini are three Minx.
la) W. I'ei wick and
t ind Iwo daughters,
(Main and Mm. I.u.le
Miami Service* and in-
in Sew York, with Ml-
Memorial Chapel In
' li*.-111. Ills.
MINNIE ABRIN
li lid SVe n ho i-ame to
11- ago from New fork,
jul> .' Bui v Ivlng ai .1
1 1 iv.. daughters, Mr*
. S.i ill I '.illell. all
li fnin bi nthera, Ini I ml -
l,-\ lll-'.li. Ml.ll" I BI I'
In. hiding Mis Hairy
1 I threi grandchll-
111 1 ;..i -
1 'hapi I. with hur-
m n I'll 1 k
Isabel b solar
a
and, .lo-
ll... I
>\ 1 nd a sinter
T1 \ w Y111 k.
I nil Itivi
1 Mi., mi ai li.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35745-'A*
in Re: EHTATB'OI
PRANK BR.VMEISTER. I
NOTICE Yo CREDITORS
I'.i .mi Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims in Demand* Aga
Esta t.
I "ui .nil nf you ,ii,- herab)
notified and 1 equlrad to pr< tenl an)
1 lalins and demands which you, at
either of you, may have against the
1 late of PRANK BRAMEISTER de-
ceased late or Dads <".mnt\ i-1.,11,1.1
to Hi. Honorable County Judgi
County, and file the same In
their offices in tin- Count) Courthouse
In Hade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months froai the date of the
first publication bereot Bald claims
hi demands to contain the legal ad-
dles* of th,. claimant and to be worn
to ami presented as aforesaid, or as me
will lie hailed. See Beet I OB TIT 16 of
the ItM Probate .Ml
Pate July it, A.P I
/*/ ROSE HRAMRIBTBR
As Exi-i lit I I \ of the ljis| Will
and Testament of
. FRANK BRAMEISTER.
1 >< < i .1 t '!
THEODORE it NELSON
"lie Lincoln Road Building
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorney for Executrix
s/l-IZ-lS-26 ,, ll
LEGAL NOTICE
15
NOTICE UNDER PTCTlTIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IB HEREIN OIVEN -ha.
iMerslgned. desiring to engage In
ndei the flclitlfiui
':', .''' iCK KITCHEN, ai 18*
N 81 mil i,.i- to reflate! mid
With the I'i
County,
U> OARS^ 9USm
^Appl|c.n,
12
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREH1 OIVEN that
ine undersigned, desiring to engagi In
,")".'",'?,"" "'"''' ,n* I'tltii.u.- name of
I i.' nil 11 \ ml i: TO A <1 K INV1
MENTB, ai -in; Pon. a de Leon Blvd .
(.allies. I- la Intends (" 11 gtetei
Raid name with the Clerk ..f the Clr-
cull Court ..f Had.. County, Florida
Ml I'.KY OROHHMAN, Bole Owner
rHEODORE i: WAYNE
Attorn.) for Applicant
'.'Mfi 1'uiii.. de I.....ii Blvd
II
LEGAL NOTICE
fLEN R. GUSDORF
..', i 1 ||) -I,
1 'iUli lorf
> - BI
j Is.i'llin.in of
Bi ml Interment
with Rival Id.
i.ii Chapel In
Ills.
RON ROSEN
|v. i -i died July ii.
i -in- here s.\ in
in I'lliladelptala Sun h -
s wife, Sonla. Iwo soni
I both .-I Philadel-
llhters, Mi B) 1\ la Ps uL
ami Mi- Hilda I link,
II I i hildi en .mil i area
Bilili ii- Bel leaf w er.-
>rdnn Miami Chapel,
in Ml Nebo '<-nietei j
EVE S. ALPER
i., i sldenl
irs, i umlng from New
' i- -'. she leavei her
Iti.-hard
llhter, Cli.rla: and
l >.. ah Kii v, hner and
ill of On
Inoi her Sei vice*
lti\i '.-I.I.- M. i
' Reach, with I.mill
li
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO AM, TO WHOM THESE PREB
BNTfl shai.i. roME, <:kki:ti.\i;s
v\ he ^
(1EOROK .1 BERTMAN.
MIAMI BEACH, FI*OR!DA
JoslllA s LIPKIN,
MIAMI BE Mil. PUORID V
OEl ROE I T M.IAMir>-.
MIAMI BEACH, PUORIDA
did on the Ttii dai tff Auguat, A.D.
causa to be Incorpoi ated undei
Hi- i don of Chaptei 108. I lorlda
statin.- OEOROK l BERTMAN
ASSOCIATES. INCORPORATED,
corporation, with its principal pla -
of buahn -- ai Miami B< a< h bade
f'ounty, in the State >.f Florida, and
-' i ; 11 pei officers ol
corporation did on the Itrd da) of
Jul) ..\ii is cause to tx i led In
i in offl ol Mii ?. retar) of Hi
iin st ite ol I'i- i id authentl-
. ated resolution adopted b) the
holders under the provisions o|
Chaplei JM I- iwlns
the dnaolutlon of such c6n>oratlon.
Now, therefore, the ttocretary of
does hei eb) i ei t if v to the foi t
tolna and thai he i- satlafled thai ih.
ementa of law ha it been om -
piled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto aai mj hand
and have :iffi\.-d t lie G
Baal ..r the state ol Florida, at
TaUabaaae, the Cnpltal, this
I he Twent \ -thiid da) of ,lul\
A P. is:.:.
i: a OBAT
(SEAL) Becretar) of Btata.

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HKIIKHV GIVEN that
the underslKiied. desiring to engage in
business under th.- flctltloua name of
HKKHS NKWS CENTER, al 117 B.E
1st Ave.. Miami, Intends t<. r.*ister
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade Countv. Horida.
IIKKII BENSON
KEB8LER & OARS
Attorney! for Applicant
I7M W Hagler St.
7/22-29 8/5-1J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
IIOHA PAN'A>IERICANA. at 1SK0
H.W. 6th St., Miami. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pade County. Florida
SI'SANA HOKRKRO
7/22-2* 8/3-12
>AL NOTICE
CHR FICTITIOUS
MI LAW
IKREBY OIVEN thai
I., angage m
:.....- name ..f
i:s AND Itis-
kl.lA. at in B.W. l-'th
I lei ml name
'' the Circuit Com i of
Kim id.,
>^ I OSTER (sola owner)
1 ..MIS
vpplh ml
I >treel
JNDER FICTITIOUS
IAME LAW
"KHEBY OIVEN that
r d deslrini to engage iii
It Hi. flctltloua name of
Cl. PRODUCT8 CO., at
i hrive, Kej Blacayae,
Bet' i -ai.i name with the
.' I'' mi Court of Hade
it.AK loqaaig
- ui
|.N rICT ITIOUS
|AME LAW
Kl*\ OIVEN that
nauRc In
,,'.''' name of
P-i N I \ v,( ,., ,
ii li
' with the
,r," Court of Hade
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 181578
PAULINE BALABAN, Plaintiff,
\ -
ABRAHAM BALABAN Defendant
OROER OF PUBLICATION
TO ABRAHAM BAI.ARAN
Oeorgla A\.-nue
Hrookl)ii 7. N V.
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT a Complaint foi DtVOTca has
ii.-.ii til. d agalnsi you, and you an-
hereb) required to serve copy of
your Answei to tin- Complaint for
Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and
nie the original Answer In the office
of the Clerk >.f the 'ireuit Court, on
a before the Mth day ot August, I9M,
otherwise the allegations Ol said Com-
plaint for Divorce will be taken ;.s
-iii* Ins) V"U
DATED this mth .lav ..r July, ik.vv
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
'l.-i k. < 'in nil < 'mil l.
I lade 'ounti. Floi Ida
Bv It II. RICE, Jit
-.ill Deputy cl.-rk
KOMMEL ROGERS, KSijs
All.mi,-\ for I'lalntiff
420 Uii.iiIii Hnad. Miami Beach, Ha.
7 82-far- /5-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
THE BRIDGE KOKL'M. at 811 B.W.
Ith Street, Mlnml. FluridaT Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
lln Circuit Court of Hade Countv.
Florida.
WILLIAM E BEAMON
7 M-SS 8/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlni to engaga In
bualnesa under the flctltloua name >.f
K g K BAR AND REBTAl'RANT, at
I...' N u 22nd Ave Intend to i
said name with (In Cl, i k of the Clr-
of I Mile i 'ountj I- in ill.i
ROBERT KENNETH HWEEDLER
N< >BLE CLARK SMITH
HENRY M CAIN
Attoi ne) for Applli .i nts
2518 W. Flagl. i Si Miami, n.,.
29 8 -1-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
i n ed, d<
Hie flctli
rHE JEWISH FORUM: JEWISH
AMERICAN BROADCASTING COM-
PANY JEWISH WIKKii-\.\
\ RRTIHINO VOI Xr) REUOIOCH
BROAIx "ABTING CONSl'LT v "-
'"'' < 'line.
1 i ii.l. lnl I
- With the Oerk of ||. I
Court of I i.nI,, i 'ounty, I
HIMON HEI1
M \I!Y BEIDEN
SHE MX IN i:i.\v \i;|is
7 |j 22 "
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMP LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the ir i..; to enga
buainesa nndei the flctitlou
BAND TRADING COMPANY fNOT
INC.) .ii 1001 I "il'i.ni BMk-i intend
to r. i- i name w-ith the i
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
da.
BIDNEY BAND
, ALVIN BAND
LEONARD KAMSll
Aitoiii. \i'|iiii-.ints
li'i'l Pul'ont Bblg.
7/13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAPITOI, WINERY LTD.. at 1IS7
N.W 2211(1" Street. Miami. Florida, in-
lenda to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pnde
County, Florida.
WINE CORP. OF FMiRIDA.
a Florida corporation,
sole owner
ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ
& CAIDIN
Attorneys for Wine Corp. of Florida
7/13-22-29 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH CARPET .v FLOORING CO.,
al Ml Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pade Countv, Florida.
ELEANORE P E BERRY
KENNETH R BERRY
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney for Both I'aili,
21 fi Shoreland Building. Miami. Floi Ida
7 I&-22-29 I -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'l'TH": |H HEREBY OIVEN that
i he underi gned, desiring t<
In hualnees under ihe fictltii i
of LIBERTY BUDGET BUREAU, al
M I, Pla
in', ndi I with
..... ei '< "f i he i ircull 'uiirt of I
' "ount). Ploi i i.i
SA.MI'ITI- M WHACK Bole Owner
GOLDMAN a GOLDSTEIN
\ i toi ne) foi Ri ii i itrant
2802 West Flaglei si Miami. Flo
7 22-28 ^ :.-l2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
i^i- in
.n.i. i i he
I. M'i'l- S KOSHER MEAT A.M.
POULTRY MARKET, at 1112 No
mand) Drive Mlnml Beach, li
aid name with thi Clerk
' the Circuit Court of Dadi County,
Florida
ABRAHAM TISHEN'KEL '.- lnl
I' Win UPI iP '_ Intel
MILTON A PRIEDMAN
Attorn. > for Applicants
Hi2:i S.-vl.ol I Bldg
R/3-12-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Chat
Hi. undei signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FASHION FAIR, at 7889 Biscayne
Boulevard. Miami. lln.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Pade County,
Florida
NAN MILLER (sole owner)
7/13-22-29 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ei Bags in
business under the flctltloua name of
CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at
21.7 80th BI Miami Beach, intends
io register said name with th.- Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
ART MAYER. Sole owner
DAVID M OONSHAK
Attorney for Applicant
7iH Bis. avne Bldg.
7 22-ae 8 3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i. i in. undei the flctltloua name >.f
SIPKWAI.K BAR CAFE, at 1613
N \V Mtfa St Miami. Ha intend to
registei said name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
HERMINIO RODRIGUEZ
MARIE B RODRIGUEZ
KI.SSI.ER a OARS
Alton, | for Applicants
1782 W. Flagler si.
7 22-29 8 ..-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under th.* flctlt oua name of
GERTLER LAND8CAPING COM-
PANY, ai '127 I'n-s-i! Boulevard, Ml-
.i ii i Beai h. lnl i-i. i iid
with the Clerk ol the Circuit
i 'ourt of 1 iade ('ounty, Floi
l< .SElll OERTI.ER
KOVKKR A MANNHKIMER
\i i.n iii-v foi .I...--, pii (;. i ii. i
19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua nun
O, |. CO (not in i and O. I. RENTAL.
CO (not Ine I. at MM W Flagler St.
Miami. Intend* io reartstei -aid names
with the ciei k of the Cin-u-M Court
..I Dade County, Florida
BENJAMIN UKAPt'S
SEYMOUR B 1.IEBMAN
Attorney for Benjamin Gradui
108 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha.
7 29 8/3-12-19________________________
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 181401
Al'RKMO Mil EI.Eo, Plaintiff,
v -.
JESSIE MIcELLO. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JESSIE MICELLO
.'HI7 Weslchester Avenue
Bronx. New York
You. JESSIE MICELLO, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a Copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's A(-
torney, GEORGE CHERTKOF, 807
Olympia Building. Miami IS, Florida,
and file 'he original Anawei or Plead-
ing In the office of the clerk of the
Circuit i'our; mi or before the 18th day
..f Augu-t. 1956. If you fail to do bo,
judgment i,y default will be taken
acalnst rou for t he relief i
in the I: rl -f i 'omnlalnt
Thll i.i II l- piildisliiil on, .-
each week for foui
in THE JEWISH II,' iRIPI \ N
IKiNE wn ORPEREP al Miami,
Honda, (his U d.iv of .lulv. A B
i: r. LEATHERMAN,
,
11.1.1,
B) Jl 'AN lURNi IYER,
Dep
GEi IRGE 'HERTKl IF
At to- I Iff
807 'I- m|iia Building, M
7 22-89 8 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
MICHEL'S. MICHEL S REHTAI'
RANT, MICHEL'S KosllKR RES-
TAURANT. MICHEL S KOSHER am
T \l CAM MICHEL'S KOHHUR
RESTAURANT AND CATERERS, at
Iff 7lsl Street, Miami Beai h. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Bade
County, Horida.
KAY BEE CORPORATION
A I Corporation
MoNRoE DIXON
AttoriK v for Applicant
1790 'oral Way
I 5-12-19-24 m
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua names of
BELL oil. SERVICE STATION'S, at
i.r... \\ Flaglei Street, and BELL oil.
COMPANY, al ll:m N.W, Hth Ave-
nue, intends to register said unnies
with the Clerk "f the Circuit Couii
of Pade County, Florida.
REALTY Hol.PINO CO.
KESSLER & OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
IT82 w. Flagler sti.. t
7/29 I -1-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
a a ME I A UV
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
die iin.lei sinned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam>- of
PIONEER SHEET METAL INDUS-
TRIES, a( 1819 North Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intend tO register -..id
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade I'ounlv. Horida.
DON C HALL (SEAL)
Ow net of i Ine half I nii-i -t
JAMES H. KEEOAN, JR (SEAL)
Ownai of one-half Interest
HOLE PROPRIETORS
OEOROK CHBRTKi >F
Atioinev foi Sole Proprietors
6(17 Olympia Building, Miami II, Ha.
v 12-19
FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ensagi In
business under the fi. (iiimi.- name of
BLUB ATLANTIC APARTMENTS, at
6777 Abbott Avenue. Miami Beat h,
Horida. intend to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
11.i.li i'., intv. Floi ida
LOUIS SCHOENBERG
ANNA BCHOENBERG
ISRAEL II MELLMAN
M' 'I.I.I K MELLMAN
BIDNEY EERoNsoN
Attorney for ah Pa
219 Shoreland Building, Miami. Florida
7 I',-22-21' 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the Rctltiou*. name of
STERLINO APARTMENTS, at 23
N U H.tli Avenue. Miami. Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk ol lln Circuit Coin t of Pade
County, Florida.
PAVII) SIMON (SEAL)
MINNIE SIMON (SEAL)
Sole f'ropi ictors
NORMAN' SOMBBRG
Attorney for Sole Pioprietors
607 Olympia Building. Miami 32. Ha.
7/13-22-29 8/3
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CARIBBEAN CIH'RT APART-
MENTS, at SISC Abbott Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida.
LOUIS S'HoENBERO
ANNA SCIK'ENBERO
ISRAEL II MELLMAN
Mol.l.li: MELLMAN
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney foi All Parties
216 Shoreland Building. Miami. Florida
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.FRIDAY. I^_ r ." ^ ==== 77 r.^'c Mew Spiritual Leader Assumes Pub* RELIGIOUS DIRIX I UK 1 ^^^ ^ .^ = -j^-ctg TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Friday evening servie* 8.15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will 6 45 Saturday !" mn ; "," ... will becon. 8 15 Rabbi Joseph Narot will Milf elate, with cantor Jacob Bornrtein rendering the musical port.or the litur.. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MPL BETH SHOLOM Ih Rabbi V .. **" NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN WEST M.AM.JEW.SH CENTER TER the Fathers BETH ISRAEL CONGRECA T.ON will hold Frid • ices at 6:45 are .14l one (l BirlMml 15 months. Rabbi a* will r, !,• at 1060 166th K North Rhjj Isaac Itrti 6 PJ v e at 7:30 a.m AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE t { • at 9 h I Candlelightinsr Time Ab 17 — 6:51 p.m. MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION Miami H. iring Park. OAiiwn Monticello \ KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hoi : %  its pul| be „ i.u. i r ia win oe u^hhi ii>rer z sen ice %  of his Isaac Evei TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER I I s MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION ISRAELITE CENTER %  • 6 49 p.m be s! 8 J m ur.d 15 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION huld Fndy evening servici %  Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1 3595 STORE OR MOVE THE MODERN WITHERS WAY! CALL Van Listed Miaai's Olfitt t,4 0t tl tit Stalk j ltr|tii Leaf lultitt % %  tttr-ta-ttar Nattrs : Storage Facilities Available la II. Major Cities Throithoat The U.S. Local Storage In Our CUn Modjni South Florida Warehouses ll Ft. Lauierdale. Phone JA 1-54)1 1215 Flatter Drrvt In Miami Two, Meeera 7-Story WAREHOUSES Fir tr ttl Ctattracbtt • 0>'i Pntatt $i,'i( tt"J <• G'eiler Mitai • fcl.tr itt %  Vt.Hi • INS IDT. A**** r.rt mi •wrlrj PrtttctM* PHONE 82-7561 llll Ntnkusi Itt tvoaea, Mmi To or Fro* Ray Point li Toe Uoaiteot Stilts. .. CtaiiltU. Tisti-Testta Pack iRpo.Movrat Services FiraitlMti Itauu %  • 0"t,!**, ,< Kant" City TitU l-s.,.. (( Ct> Capital, Utain I ttMtvti Itttai $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE S-1892 GIFfEil INDUSTRIES. INC. CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA SUB-CONTRACTORSPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALUI ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH ij V ENDOR. COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY rm COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSI EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & n SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL i 0t i jaaaaY PT^ Hold on ^F Your Firture"3i ir) ] ^Lv\ \ aV *^^ *^ \^j \ STOP WISHING START HAVIH8 Open Your Dude FeJeraJ Savings Account >0TI Yo-r SAVINGS bete ore INSURED up ra $1M"* tbe Federol Sevioofi aaoj Lowoi loaeurotx* CNt* Your SAVINGS here will lAfN liberal avTie**" you rwke • year et Hoe cojrrtM rote •# 3% P^ annum. ACCOCJNTS OCttttO OR EONOS AOOfO TO ^"Jg I %  EFOtE AUGUST 10th Will UktN DIVIEHNW >FIRST Of AUGUST. ^j MAINOFfia ^KW.HU 43 N.L F,ft At•4=tt bade Federal TAMIA"' iNt^ 1 IDISON CENTlt IIANCH IW N.W. 7ta AtM JOSEPH M. UPTON PUR RESOURCES EXCEED 71 MILLION t^Wr. ^ ,#ffca, a~ mai^ "*£*+*[ ram t l t abb Office to #•• "TJT • • pjm. +-* afftoeo frtotof* #**•• % 



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AUGUST 5. 1955 tard Game i c a i h Chapter. B'nai ten. "ill hold its weekly i Wednesday afternoon. at the Empress hotel. Swart/ i* president, jf the affair will be Mrs. -JcHisIir/crlcftor? PAGE t II Aries IAHAM WERMAN ill.. ;i i • winter i \'ew York City, died II. u.i Israel Com tin i %  loe nianufgcturei are in rei too %  nd .1 1 -\ 1 .--. .•mi burial a ei 1 j-k wllli Rlvei.-I'll '* in charge of ai 1 LEGAL NOTICE ITIOUS NOTICE UNDER FICT NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CHVBN thai the ui l.usln. H under the 11 1 ,;,,.. ,, r BLISS KALEH AND 1:•.t IPMENT at :i3 ismh T. lol.len H Mi urn Beai h, 1 .rid 1, Inti ... • hu v.-i.i name wli ,-k ,, f ,,„. < 111 nit 1 nun .11 1 lade 1 'i. in HYLAN H^OT*'' ,,LIHT Alton H>pllcant S'.'.-l %  IARLES BROWN .1 uloneet Miami died Jul) ''." He i aim 1 int Ford, Conn., In [1:1 < > 11 waa employ.d in iii.in-ir\ in Canada,. New I ml was Instrumental tinInttTiiiilinnal ladles ki't 1 I'nion loral her*'. Itliiunion's flrnt secretary h.ni held thai i">Kt cohv .1 |.|i.\ ill as a rut Originals. HIs survived ROW I. a Mill. Joel. Minn 1 foui sisters, including 1 N.iiiim. Miami R.-arli %  la-Id July :ll In RlverRearh Chapel, with buron I BERKOWITZ •;• • 11> avc 1 retired In11I wh.i rame from New ago, died Julv 21) at nw 117. tai Imrn In lurvlvini are three Minx. la) W. I'ei wick and t ind Iwo daughters, (Main and Mm. I.u.le Miami Service* and in• in Sew York, with MlMemorial Chapel In li*.-111. Ills. MINNIE ABRIN li lid SVe n ho i-ame to 11ago from New fork, jul> .' Bui v Ivlng ai •• .1 1 1 iv.. daughters, Mr* S.i ill I '.illell. all • li fnin bi nthera, Ini I ml l,-\ lll-'.li. Ml.ll" I %  •• BI I' In. hiding Mis Hairy 1 I threi grandchll111 1 ;..i 1 'hapi I. with hurm n I'll 1 k ISABEL B SOLAR a and, .loll... I %  >\ 1 nd a sinter T1 \ %  w Y111 k I nil Itivi 1 Mi., mi %  ai li. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35745-'A* in Re: EHTATB'OI PRANK BR.VMEISTER. I NOTICE Yo CREDITORS I'.i .MI Creditors and All Persona Having Claims in Demand* Aga Esta t. I % %  "ui • .nil nf you ,ii,herab) notified and 1 equlrad to pr< tenl an) 1 lalins and demands which you, at either of you, may have against the 1 late of PRANK BRAMEISTER deceased late or Dads <".mnt\ i1 .,11,1.1 to Hi. Honorable County Judgi County, and file the same In their offices in tinCount) Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within eight calendar months froai the date of the first publication bereot Bald claims HI demands to contain the legal addles* of th,. claimant and to be %  worn to ami presented as aforesaid, or as me will lie hailed. See Beet I OB TIT 16 of the ItM Probate .Ml Pate July it, A.P I /*/ ROSE HRAMRIBTBR As Exi-i lit I I \ of the ljis| Will and Testament of FRANK BRAMEISTER. 1 >< < i .1 %  t '! THEODORE it NELSON "lie Lincoln Road Building Miami Reach, Florida Attorney for Executrix s/l-IZ-lS-26 ,, ll LEGAL NOTICE 15 NOTICE UNDER PTCTlTIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IB HEREIN OIVEN -ha. iMerslgned. desiring to engage In ndei the flclitlfiui ':', .''' iCK KITCHEN, ai 18* N • 81 mil i,. ito reflate! mid With the I'i County, U> OARS^ 9USm ^Appl|c.n, 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREH1 OIVEN that ine undersigned, desiring to engagi In ,")".'",'?,"" "'"''•' ,n •I'tltii.u.name of I i.' nil 11 \ ML i: TO A <1 K INV1 MENTB, ai •-•in; Pon. a de Leon Blvd (.allies. Ila Intends (" 1 1 gtetei Raid name with the Clerk ..f the Clrcull Court ..f Had.. County, Florida Ml I'.KY OROHHMAN, Bole Owner rHEODORE i: WAYNE Attorn. ) for Applicant '.'Mfi 1'uiii.. de I ii Blvd II LEGAL NOTICE fLEN R. GUSDORF ..', i 1 ||) -I, 1 'iUli lorf > BI %  j Is.i'llin.in of Bi ml Interment with Rival Id. i.ii Chapel In ••Ills. •RON ROSEN |v. i -i died July ii. i -inhere s.\ in in I'lliladelptala Sun h s wife, Sonla. Iwo soni I both .-I Philadelllhters, Mi B) 1\ la Ps uL ami MiHilda I link, II I i hildi en .mil i area Bilili iiBel leaf w er.>rdnn Miami Chapel, in Ml Nebo '< -nietei j EVE S. ALPER i., i •. sldenl • irs, i umlng from New %  i %  -'. she leavei her Iti.-hard llhter, Cli.rla: and l >.. ah Kii v, hner and ill of On Inoi her Sei vice* lti\i '.-I.I.M. i %  Reach, with I. mill %  • li CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AM, TO WHOM THESE PREB BNTfl SHAI.I. roME, <:KKI:TI.\I;S v\ he ^ (1EOROK .1 BERTMAN. MIAMI BEACH, FI*OR!DA JoslllA s LIPKIN, MIAMI BE Mil. PUORID V OEl ROE I T M.IAMir >-. MIAMI BEACH, PUORIDA did on the Ttii dai tff Auguat, A.D. causa to be Incorpoi ated undei Hii %  %  %  %  don %  of Chaptei 108. I lorlda statin.OEOROK l BERTMAN ASSOCIATES. INCORPORATED, corporation, with its principal pla of buahn -ai Miami B< a< h bade f'ounty, in the State >.f Florida, and -' %  i • ; 11 pei officers ol corporation did on the Itrd da) of Jul) ..\ii is cause to tx i led In i in offl ol M II ?. retar) of Hi iin st ite ol I'ii id authentl. ated resolution adopted b) the holders under the provisions o| Chaplei JM Iiwlns the dnaolutlon of such c6n>oratlon. Now, therefore, the ttocretary of does hei eb) i ei t if v to the foi t tolna and thai he isatlafled thai ih. ementa of law ha it been • om piled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto aai mj hand and have :iffi\.-d t lie G Baal ..r the state ol Florida, at TaUabaaae, the Cnpltal, this I he Twent \ -thiid da) of ,lul\ A P. is:.:. i: A OBAT (SEAL) Becretar) of Btata. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HKIIKHV GIVEN that the underslKiied. desiring to engage in business under th.flctltloua name of HKKHS NKWS CENTER, al 117 B.E 1st Ave.. Miami, Intends t<. r.*ister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Horida. IIKKII BENSON KEB8LER & OARS Attorney! for Applicant I7M W Hagler St. 7/22-29 — 8/5-1J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of IIOHA PAN'A>IERICANA. at 1SK0 H.W. 6th St., Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County. Florida SI'SANA HOKRKRO 7/22-2* — 8/3-12 >AL NOTICE %  CHR FICTITIOUS MI LAW IKREBY OIVEN thai I., angage m • : name ..f • i:s AND Itiskl.lA. at in B.W. l-'th I lei ml name '•' the Circuit Com i of Kim id., >^ I OSTER (sola owner) 1 ..MIS vpplh ml I >treel JNDER FICTITIOUS IAME LAW "KHEBY OIVEN that r d deslrini to engage iii It Hi. flctltloua name of Cl. PRODUCT8 CO., at i hrive, Kej Blacayae, Bet' i -ai.i name with the .' I'' mi Court of Hade it.AK loqaaig ui |. N „ r ICT ITIOUS |AME LAW Kl*\ OIVEN that nauRc In ,,'.''' name of P-i N I \ v ,( ,., ii li %  with the ,r, Court of Hade IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN CHANCERY. No. 181578 PAULINE BALABAN, Plaintiff, \ ABRAHAM BALABAN Defendant OROER OF PUBLICATION TO ABRAHAM BAI.ARAN Oeorgla A\.-nue Hrookl)ii 7. N V. YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT a Complaint foi DtVOTca has ii.-.ii til. d agalnsi you, and you anhereb) required to serve %  copy of your Answei %  • to tinComplaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and nie the original Answer In the office of the Clerk >.f the %  'ir euit Court, on • a before the Mth day OT August, I9M, otherwise the allegations Ol said Complaint for Divorce will be taken ;.s %  -••iii* Ins) V"U DATED this mth .lav ..r July, IK.VV E. B. LEATHERMAN, 'l.-i k. < 'in nil < 'mil l. I lade 'ounti. Floi Ida Bv It II. RICE, Jit -.ill Deputy cl.-rk KOMMEL ROGERS, KSijs All.mi,-\ for I'lalntiff 420 UII.IIIII Hnad. Miami Beach, Ha. 7 82-far/5-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol THE BRIDGE KOKL'M. at 811 B.W. Ith Street, Mlnml. FluridaT Intends to register said name with the Clerk of lln Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida. WILLIAM E BEAMON 7 M-SS — 8/3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlni to engaga In bualnesa under the flctltloua name >.f K g K BAR AND REBTAl'RANT, at I. .' N u 22nd Ave Intend to i • said name with (In Cl, i k of the Clr• of I Mile i 'ountj Iin ill. i ROBERT KENNETH HWEEDLER N< >BLE CLARK SMITH HENRY M CAIN Attoi ne) for Applli .i nts 2518 W. Flagl. i Si Miami, n.,. 29 — 8 -1-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai i n ed, d< Hie flctli rHE JEWISH FORUM: JEWISH AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY JEWISH WIKKii\ \ \ RRTIHINO VOI Xr) REUOIOCH BROAIx "ABTING CONSl'LT v "'"'' < 'line. 1 i ii.l. lnl I With the Oerk of ||„. I Court of I i.n I,, i 'ounty, I HIMON HEI1 M \I!Y BEIDEN SHE MX IN i:i.\v \i;|is 7 |j 22 •"• LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMP LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the ir i..; to enga buainesa nndei the flctitlou BAND TRADING COMPANY fNOT INC.) .ii 1001 I "il'i.ni BMK-I intend to r. ii name w-ith the i of the Circuit Court of Dade County, da. BIDNEY BAND ALVIN BAND LEONARD KAMSll Aitoiii. \i'|iiii-.ints li'i'l Pul'ont Bblg. 7/13-22-29 — %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAPITOI, WINERY LTD.. at 1IS7 N.W 2211(1" Street. Miami. Florida, inlenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pnde County, Florida. WINE CORP. OF FMiRIDA. a Florida corporation, sole owner ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ & CAIDIN Attorneys for Wine Corp. of Florida 7/13-22-29 — 8/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BEACH CARPET .v FLOORING CO., al Ml Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade Countv, Florida. ELEANORE P E BERRY KENNETH R BERRY SIDNEY EFRONSON Attorney for Both I'aili, 21 fi Shoreland Building. Miami. Floi Ida 7 I&-22-29 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'l'TH": |H HEREBY OIVEN that i he underi gned, desiring t< In hualnees under ihe fictltii i of LIBERTY BUDGET BUREAU, al M %  I, Pla in', ndi I with ei %  < "f i he i ircull 'uiirt of I "ount). Ploi i I.I SA.MI'ITIM WHACK Bole Owner GOLDMAN a GOLDSTEIN \ i toi ne) foi Ri ii i itrant 2802 West Flaglei si Miami. Flo 7 22-28 — ^ :.-l2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai I^Iin .n.i. i i he I. M'i'lS KOSHER MEAT A.M. POULTRY MARKET, at 1112 No mand) Drive Mlnml Beach, li aid name with thi Clerk '• %  the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida ABRAHAM TISHEN'KEL '.lnl I' Win UPI iP '_ %  Intel MILTON A PRIEDMAN Attorn. > for Applicants Hi2:i S.-vl.ol I Bldg R/3-12-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Chat Hi. undei signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FASHION FAIR, at 7889 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. lln.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida NAN MILLER (sole owner) 7/13-22-29 — 8/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ei Bags in business under the flctltloua name of CANDID ART PHOTOGRAPHY, at 21.7 80th BI Miami Beach, intends io register said name with th.Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ART MAYER. Sole owner DAVID M OONSHAK Attorney for Applicant 7iH Bis. avne Bldg. 7 22-ae — 8 3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i. i in. undei the flctltloua name >.f SIPKWAI.K BAR CAFE, at 1613 N \V Mtfa St Miami. Ha intend to registei said name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. HERMINIO RODRIGUEZ MARIE B RODRIGUEZ KI.SSI.ER a OARS Alton, | for Applicants 1782 W. Flagler si. 7 22-29 — 8 ..-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engi business under th.* flctlt oua name of GERTLER LAND8CAPING COMPANY, ai '•127 I'n-s-i! Boulevard, Ml.i II i Beai h. lnl i-i. i iid with the Clerk ol the Circuit i 'ourt of 1 iade ('ounty, Floi l< .SElll OERTI.ER KOVKKR A MANNHKIMER \i i.n III -v foi .I...--, pii (;. i ii. i 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua nun O, |. CO (not in i and O. I. RENTAL. CO (not Ine I. at MM W Flagler St. Miami. Intend* io reartstei -aid names with the ciei k of the Cin-u-M Court ..I Dade County, Florida BENJAMIN UKAPt'S SEYMOUR B 1.IEBMAN Attorney for Benjamin Gradui 108 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha. 7 29 — 8/3-12-19 NOTICE UNDER NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 181401 Al'RKMO Mil EI.Eo, Plaintiff, v -. JESSIE MIcELLO. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JESSIE MICELLO %  .'HI7 Weslchester Avenue Bronx. New York You. JESSIE MICELLO, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a Copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's A(torney, GEORGE CHERTKOF, 807 Olympia Building. Miami IS, Florida, and file 'he original Anawei or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit i'our; mi or before the 18th day ..f Augu-t. 1956. If you fail to do BO, judgment i,y default will be taken acalnst rou for t he relief i in the I : %  rl -f i 'omnlalnt Thll I.I II lpiildisliiil on, .each week for foui in THE JEWISH II,' iRIPI \ N IKiNE wn ORPEREP al Miami, Honda, (his U d.iv of .lulv. A B i: r. LEATHERMAN, 11.1.1, B) Jl 'AN %  lURNi IYER, Dep GEi IRGE 'HERTKl IF At toI Iff 807 'Im|iia Building, M 7 22-89 — 8 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undesigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of MICHEL'S. MICHEL S REHTAI' RANT, MICHEL'S KosllKR RESTAURANT. MICHEL S KOSHER am T \l CAM MICHEL'S KOHHUR RESTAURANT AND CATERERS, at Iff 7lsl Street, Miami Beai h. intends to register said name with the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Bade County, Horida. KAY BEE CORPORATION A I Corporation MoNRoE DIXON AttoriK v for Applicant 1790 'oral Way I 5-12-19-24 m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloua names of BELL oil. SERVICE STATION'S, at i.r... \\ Flaglei Street, and BELL oil. COMPANY, al ll:m N.W, Hth Avenue, intends to register said unnies with the Clerk "f the Circuit Couii of Pade County, Florida. REALTY Hol.PINO CO. KESSLER & OARS Attorneys for Applicant IT82 w. Flagler sti.. t 7/29 — I -1-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS •a a ME I A UV NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that die iin.lei sinned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam>of PIONEER SHEET METAL INDUSTRIES, a( 1819 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend tO register -..id name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade I'ounlv. Horida. DON C HALL (SEAL) Ow net of i Ine half I nii-i • -t JAMES H. KEEOAN, JR (SEAL) Ownai of one-half Interest HOLE PROPRIETORS OEOROK CHBRTKi >F Atioinev foi Sole Proprietors 6(17 Olympia Building, Miami II, Ha. v 12-19 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ensagi In business under the fi. (iiimi.name of BLUB ATLANTIC APARTMENTS, at 6777 Abbott Avenue. Miami Beat h, Horida. intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of 11.i.li i'., intv. Floi ida LOUIS SCHOENBERG ANNA BCHOENBERG ISRAEL II MELLMAN M' 'I.I.I K MELLMAN BIDNEY EERoNsoN Attorney for AH Pa 219 Shoreland Building, Miami. Florida 7 I',-22-21' 5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the Rctltiou*. name of STERLINO APARTMENTS, at 23 N U H.tli Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol lln Circuit Coin t of Pade County, Florida. PAVII) SIMON (SEAL) MINNIE SIMON (SEAL) Sole f'ropi ictors NORMAN' SOMBBRG Attorney for Sole Pioprietors 607 Olympia Building. Miami 32. Ha. 7/13-22-29 — 8/3 / Drive-In Teller Window the easy way to bank! /v feFMMIrtnciAi csecsrt SKUIANCE COIPOIATIOM BANK of MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE i i: IN 1 "W III. PPOS. If Of 77 1Y5' ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY* APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN McCUNE, MAI. MARION C MtCUNE, M A I | IKS | I I 1)1 K Al \\\ II Dl\(. Mi \MI I itahlithi d NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CARIBBEAN CIH'RT APARTMENTS, at SISC Abbott Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida. LOUIS S'HoENBERO ANNA SCIK'ENBERO ISRAEL II MELLMAN Mol.l.li: MELLMAN SIDNEY EFRONSON Attorney foi All Parties 216 Shoreland Building. Miami. Florida ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jenlsb rhrkUsn solicits your legal notices. 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UUGUST 5, 1955 +Jelstn*rkMari PAGE 7 Borsch! Adds Sophisticated Touch To Cooling Summer Party Menus loj. Hyman Kofi atz Will le Practice nan Katz. of 6610 Bis[.. Miami, left the Army t|i~, Aug. 1 to return to (ntal practice after two Mive duty. lz was called to active kg 3. 1953. and has been the Dental detachment union. Ga for the greatis service. He also spent at Brooke Army Medial Fort Sam Houston, re he received medical C( i ruining. ate of the University of Li School of Dentistry, [completed his pre-denat the University of lember of the American pciation and the Alpha Pal fraternity. He is afthe Masons and the ptto and also is a memtrt-th Israel Northside INT MY MILK it / be sure Wt ORIDA IRIES I0M0GCN/ZED imin "D" Milk Products" cro Profecftrf :r. 2-2621 ir Miami Delivery [ARE YOU [BlUNJIT? [REE r your frt espy ef new Jtwith-EMliih • Familiar Jewish CxpreisieiK". See V"„ W *• ••• "*"• $#• "NedtM A §•*. See 2 Jewish ••lists, sWftaMsM. %  •At•*~ a r' easy, wrffe fe: TUWE RESNIK [DISTILLIRS CORP. JNGTON AVINUI *K 47, NEW YORK ingenuity^ often reaches the vanishing point when it comes to planning an appropriate beverage to go with her buffet snacks, ah old friend in a new guise provides A number of welcome suggestionI-ong regarded mainly as "a refreshing chilled soup or a quick, and club soda added for a sprightly taste, takes top honors as a smart new drink that will do any I proud. Some of the unusual recipes created in the Manischewitz model kosher test kitchen as a service to hostesses include thirst-quenching summer drink, i ALMONOINE CHICKEN SPREAD rich, ruby-red Manischewitz 1 -oz. can tfaniu.ha.rir, R~Ui rich, ruby-red Manischewitz Borscht is now fast becoming a popular party-goer, dressed up in a variety of sophisticated ways to provide the perfect liquid accompaniment to hors d'oeuvres, canapes and such. When meat is on the menu, iced Manischewitz Borscht, served clear, with a slice of lemon, as a tangy accent to the garden-fresh flavor of tender young beets, provides the kind of quick, cool refreshment that means so much at a summer social. And when the menu permits (see suggestions below for pareve and dairy snacks, developed by the Home Economics Department of the B. Manischewitz Co.) a delightful Borscht CoolMarcia Ann First Valedictorian at Kinloch '2 1 6-oz. can Manischewitz Borled Chicken, finely minced (1-cup) tablespoons chicken fat cup blanched almonds teaspoon salt tablespoon Manischewitz Dry Concord Wine Heat chicken fat in a skillet. Add blanched almonds and toast over low heat, stirring frequently. Drain nuts and chop finely. Combine chicken fat, chopped nuts, minced chicken, salt and wine. Spread on Tarn Tarn or Tasteas Matzo Crackers. • • • LOX SPREAD '/•. pound lox medium onion medium apple, cored and peeled Manischewitz Manna Matzo cup Manischewitz Cidar Vinegar tablespoons sugar hard cooked eggs Break matzo into small pieces 1 1 3 2 Fourteen-year-old Marcia Ann Robinson is making plans to attend i Miami Senior High School in the! a nd soak in vinegar about ten min* || lllit*. flirts* t > tiifkt Virtii'irK nil /.thn* Daughter of the Arthur H. Robinsons. 225 SV 51st ave., March graduated frorr Kinloch Park Junior High School in June and was valedictorian o f her class. s Kinloch Park," only three years in existence, had no valedictorian designee prior to /Marcia the June graduation. As the school's first, Marcia will have her name engraved at the top of a special cup to mark this honor. In addition, she was editor of the •'Scorpion," school yearbook. utes. Chop together with all other ingredients, except the eggs, until very fine. Add coarsely chopped eggs. Spread on Manischewitz Manna Matzo Crackers or Tarn Tarns. 1 I Joint Dance Sunday Presidents Sandy Frogel, of Miami Junior Uadassa, and Bob Kuperberg, of Temple Israel Young Adults, announce the two groups will join to hold a dance at the Monte Carlo hotel on Sundry evening, Aug. 7. Working wi'h them are Al Gadol, Ginger Sklow and Dotty EJowitz. ugiinne NOW YOB Can Drink All The Iced Tea YOB Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND -. SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Far* • Harmleai • Economical J Guaranteed Non-Fattening Cat It on th* table—oac It for cookinf 4-Oz Size Bottle..Only 75c At Food and Drug Stores Everywhere ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 fxciirsrvc DfsrtftWTOts or rn SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO. INC 155 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: 5 M1 •4232 %  nMANPtAn PAT DEAR! H N, ^PRODUCTS {JUNE ^W BUTTER rVMGARI Guaranteed KosherRabbi Jacob Cofcen ontainebieau HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities For information call Harry Harfenlst Kosher Catering Department 44th AND COLLINS AVE. PERSONALIZED SIIVICI "A*T" "MAVtr" "HAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrseki RebaiH toay Repairs ss Matt** 2-2244, 2-4*22 144 S.W. lit) Strati % 



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PAGE 10 •jgristBvffQ Arthur Fiedler to Conduct U of M Summer Symphony in Sunday Pop World gowned conW i *£ !" !" ^££Si Arthur Fiedler will be guest artist man; i^ %  ; l sharp-Be o„ the podium when the Universg "USLiK i Summer Symph %  : % %  : Ol ierrM ,,..,, chestra presents its eighth PUP V, Fiedler becam. ,-rt Sundaj owftiOJ at the Mi-,,,, Boston Pops to 1M0. J If**"* ami Beach Auditorium -till holds With his skill, The distinguished-lo and ... .| UI and astuteness in serving impeccably groomed Mr. Fiedler the interest f general enjoyment, will lead the UM orchestra in -The he ..,,,. ,i„. Pops .1 new 1 Princess Eliiabeth March:' bj Coates; overture to "Hignon,' bj Thomas; Fantasia on "Gn sleeves." bj Vaughan Williams; Suite from "Gaite ParNienne." bj Although Mr Fiedler was broi up in the classical nuiMe.11 tradi lionSi he has made himsell more thoroughly familiar with the popuar field than any of his prede Award Winners To lh wart.w)|nnlni paintings |',„,t watereolon from the recent I (irandpa" amateur art jhow'al the Robe* Clay hotel rill be h. v n for two weeks, start ,„g Monday, Aug. 8. at the Sam h School of Drama and Alsuue IHIIM .i.i,,v -. ,I,II 1..... ..• otienbach: Claire dc Lune from wrs rhe only requirement l( "Suite Bergamasque." b) Debussj Prelude to Die Mei-ter-inger. by Wagner. Also to be heard are Ricnam Rodgers waltzes or chestrated by Duo Return After Attending Week Conclave Two sixteen-year-olds and Jack Koppleman have returned from the 1 ular F Dude Ranch (amp in Lake Wales. The two outstanding -tudentof the ("oral Gables Jewish Center re ous confirmation class were ision to a Pop program u the pure have a sparkle of itowi and that it be made to SOUfld well from I full symphony orchestra. Mr Fiedler feelAfter preliminary education t • he Boston Latin School Mr Fied ler studied conducting at the I! ij al Academy in Berlin, and made hidebut m the German capital al the age of 17. Returning to Unerica in lfl5. he joined the Boston Sympl under Karl Muck as a violinist, and nine yean later organised the B ton Sinfonietta, a chamber orchethe Arthur fitdltr 0OJ nueician evar to pass the million mark in -aleof a single rec ord wh.ch paired the popular MC •jaiou-iewith the contemporary spam-h composer Manual de Falla's Ritual r 1IT D nc Goodman Hadassah Ptogram United Nations Discussion j Regular monthly meeting of I. | H Goodman Croop the Sis eo 1 terhood to attend the one-week an nual conclave of the Ri aple Sisterhoods ol the Southrn states. Zionist Board Meeting Miami Reach Isr ,,..,., %  monthlj %  Mrs. J ich Boston Symphony In 1929. he or g an fc ston's famous outdoor Esplanade Concertsa free summer -en, played to an attractive natural setting OH the hank ol Charles River across from thi famed Massachusetts Institute ol Technologj on Ihe Cambridge side. The foil" coninstitution m the Hub lir-t I. L. Minzer, noted hotelman. ol 1118 NE 2nd ave., departs from New York International Airport aboard an El Al Israel Airlines plane. Minzer plans to spend five weeks in Israel, where he owns a hotel in Tel Aviv. Gl A^ F0R SVIRY PURPOSE ULH J J STORE FRONT PlATf and WINDOW GLASS furniture Topt, Beveled Mirror! and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & Is. IPIHSN and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-2728 Morris Orlin MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd st Phone MO 1-8201 NORTON TIRE 31st Anniversary SALE THIRTY-ONE YEARS OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION guarantees • BETTER VALUES • BETTER SERVICE • BETTER CREDIT TERMS I a ?3> YEARS ^SERVING, MIAMI 1 ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnHmmmmmmmmamaa^a 7 "PUNCTURE SHE SCTSiS \ PP00F" 670x15 523 S KKUUT 7!0jll5 5.32 $ u.s.wmMASTERsai ]**]{ l i ii 800x15 5.52 4 820x15 5.88 j Hut Tat TUBES IM9ES 4 EASY CREDIT You Nome The Ttrmt All credit handled by Norton Tirt Co. You are not "farmed out" to a finance company. ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICED U.S. ROYAL ,^,5^ SIZE 600x16 640x15 670x15 710x15 760x15 800x15 820x15 BLACK WALLS 11.95 12.95 13.95 15.95 17.95 19.95 20.95 WHITEWALLS 15.95 15.95 16.95 18.95 21.95 22.95 23.95 l Prices quoted are exchange on a rtcoppable tin or add 2.00 Plus tot. Ov„ 11 Y,.„ Ol Reputable Dialing AiMrti YOU .t • BETTER VALUE • BETTER SERVICE NORTON TIRE MIAMI 500 W. Fraoj ^ MIAMI A9O0 N.W. U I A*, NoftooFoHotTj^l 1454 Altos MfV • BETTER CREDIT TERMS ^ FLORIDA'S aOO LARGEST y^ US. ROYAL HEADQUARTERS % 



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[AUGUST 5, 1955 -Jewlsti fh rllfrr %  •opt Congress Asked for Immediate Action On Fair Employment Continued from Pag* 1 failure I., act favorably on any civil and the executive branch of the egation amendments to pend!" lght s measurt,s ; enactment of such Government, and to raise the tXxv Federal general welfare bill, JW 0 j lon *< £'• "^Iture of the Civil Right* Se.tion of segregat ing as the most effective means of iM of anti-discrimination ;inIPIJ:TI: MM; OF LIXEXK %  president i i harpter, B'nal j inted by the I M'S Supreme i. a (or tour "f [BTML %  B'rith Women r ii.uk> the do [the newlj completed*] jfi.i B'rith Children? I.i em. in.i! Home, established Debilitation of chi! in n. is supported B'rith Women in .la. remonies of the Children's Home will lodajc Oct. 11. in Beit lerusalem. will fly to London da) stopover, spend %  Jerusalem, three days i'isil Haifa. Acre, plilee, the Jordan Rivthe famed potash Idom and B'nai B'rith Israel. For those who It Europe as well, an Ma) tour will include rip plus a tour of the n cities and a stay in • CANNON SHEETS • BLANKETS • BED PADS • SPREADS PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS PLASTIC GOODS DISH TOWELS Anshe Ernes I It has been I second Torah in rs of the new Mr and Mrs. m. of 1854 SW I "ition was to be Meting of the congreid.i;. evening. The prewas gifted to Anshe Anna Silberman, of Bb iRTERLY if On Saviwjs per Balances (100 to $15,000. "'"a Here Today CANTILE SANK Of MIAMI BE ACM Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Air Conditioned Phone 3-8737 Ample Parkins j PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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llie\wiisltUEIIiD!riidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [UME 29—Number 31 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 5. 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS ingress Asked For Immediate Action On Fair Employment jefc Civil Rights Guarantees In Pre-Adjournment Attempt; Filibuster Methods Attacked it IV I<>\ (JTA) — The v Jewish Congress, Jewish Committee. Jewish War Vetcf the U.S.A.. Union of fit.-) Hebrew Congregations. : Orthodox Jewish Congreof America, United Synaj t: America and 33 local Jew0Tmuni;> < nuncils — which be; comprise the National Bir.it) Relation! Advisory t)—have called for action at |M -ion ol Congress before adjournment on measures iin the House of Reprepves to establish a fair empert practices commission let rcement powers. lent of the Jewish orUi ns wa> offered at a hear}; civil rights bills held by a t :.; %  gislative minority' Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee. The Jewish groups ate asked for actis* at this seastQpJtf Congress es^ftbe establishment national commission on civil rights; a civil rights division in the Department of Justice; outlawing of lynching; strengthening of anti-peonage laws; and protection of the right to vote without discrimination on racial or religious grounds. Bernard H. Trager of Bridgeport, chairman of the National Community Relatons Advisory Council, in his statement, emphasized the view that "further hearings would serve no useful purpose and would add nothing to the knowledge now in the possession of the members of the House of Representatives." He concluded with the assertion: "We believe strongly that the time has long since past for action rather than further ddiveration on these measures." Testifying before the sub-committee on behalf of the American Jewish Congress. Will Maslow noted that no fewer than 05 bills aimed at achieving intergroup equality have"T>een introduced in the House during this session and that 51 of them have been referred to the House Judiciary Committee. "The introduction of such a large number of bills by 21 members of .ho House reflects widespread recognition of the need for action to protect the civil rights of American citibens." Mr. Maslow said. "It reflects also a belief that legislative action by the United States Congress can contribute to attainment of the goal of full equality." Mr. Maslow called for broader Continued on Page 11 timt past" RED-MADE MIG FIGHTERS BLAMED 50 Injured as Settlers Clash in Mapai Fracas; Herut Advance Watched %  / TEL AVIV (JTA)—More than 50 persons were injured here in a clash between supporters .of the Mapai, Israel's Labor Party, and opponents of the party. The fight took place between families residing in an immigrant camp in Tiberias. Several of the injured were taken to a hospital, a number were arrested. The police imposed a curfew on the camp. Talks on the composition of the new Israel Cabinet were started —^ .Monday between David Ben Gurion and Moshe Sharett, Mapai leadEye Witness Accounts Attribute El Al Plane Crash to Bulgarian Jets; Third Pass Dooms Flaming Liner JERUSALEM (JTAV—The Israel Cabinet heard Monday Premier Moshe Sharett's report on the "brutal" shooting down of the Israel El AI Constellation by Bulgarian gunners last Wednesday. Afterwards, the Cabinet issued a statement expressing its abhorrence of this "horrible act" and expressing its sympathy for the families of the 58 victims. Because it is impossible to identify the bodies of the victims, the Cabinet accepted the Premier's suggestion that they be buried in a common grave. Meanwhile, a special correspondent of Maariv, a Tel Aviv evening newspaper, reported from Bulgaria—on the basis of eye-witness accounts and from sources on the Israel investigating commission — that the El Al plane was pursued and shot down by Russian-made Bulgarian jet planes. The Maariv account says that two Bulgarian planes forced the Constellation to leave the air corridor between Greece and Bulgaria and veer toward Bulgaria. Both jets were firing on the Constellation which exploded in mid-air. the Maariv correspondent said. He added that the British air attache in Sofia was also of the opinion that the Constellation was shot down from the Continued on Page 13 ers whose party lost their seats, on one hand, and Moshe Shapiro, leader of the Religious Bloc, on the other. The outgoing cabinet will officially resign on Aug. 16, when the new Parliament convenes. The results of last week's national elections are still a subject of heated discussion among the followers of various parties. Summarizing these results at a meeting of Mapai leaders. Ben Gurion said that as a citizen of Israel, he was full of anxiety — although from his party's point of view he was not worried. He explained hiattitude by saying that the Mapai's status remained unchanged in that it would be impossible for any government to be formed without Mapai participation. With virtually all ballots, except those cast by members of the armed services on active duty, counted, the Mapai Party's total in the Knesset elections stood at 216.551 or 32 percent of the votes, phis another 27 percent cast for Continued on Page 7 mm ROUTED VIA SWISS CHAHHUS Three Send Stern Protest Notes to Bulgaria; freach Declare Incident to be an 'Act of War' \ INGTON (JTA) — The Britain and Frantfe Bulgaria this weekI inM the shooting down [ 1 Al Constellation plane dnesday, denounced the rutal and demanded I*'*of compensation to the [ "i victims who were [ 'nals. The Canadian V Jth African governments reported preparing to take t? action. American protest, in the 1 an aide memoir .sent M Swiss diplomatic offima represent American in 'Ha.witb which Wash has no formal relations. ne incident, in which 58 I 'I a "brutal ati "grave violation" of 1 law. The American im whose text was not Lfuolic Pending its receipt %  =*. brushed aside the asmat the plane was off Jttd ins„ ted that the ^^ "w *> *hy peaceful ship 'tacked it demanded that t""n Government: lake assures to guarantee against recurrence of such an incident, and inform the United States Government what action was taken; 2. punish those responsible for the incident, and inform the U.S. of who was punish ed and how: and 3. pay prompt and adequate compensation to. the families of the American vie-; tims. Payment was demanded through the United States Government. In London, the British Gov' %  eminent announced it had sent a note directly to Sofia stating that it could not "accept that any government is in its riiiht in shooting down a civil aircraft in a time of peace." The note also demand ed punishment of those nasponsible for the incident and reserved the right oi compensation for the British. Canadian and South African lives lost in the crash. A report by a British vice-consul in Sofia who visited the scene of the crash was being studied at the Foreign Office. The French Government, in a note sent to the Bulgarian Legation in Paris, expressed its indig nation at the shooting down of the Israel plane. The attack was likened to an "act of war." Among the crash victims was Miss Sarah Zait. private secretary to Yaacov TUBS, Israel Ambassador in France. it At AlOUmS TtAHSWOsHA C0NS7ULATI0M Mas* sock at HIM HOPE TO CEMENT GAMS HAM AT BAHWMG Arabs Strain to Solidify Asia-Africa Bloc UNITED NATIONS (JTAV—The Arah League is making strenuous efforts to hold the Asian-African bloc together as an organized caucus for possible use against Israel here as a follow-up to the antiIsrael attitude formalized in resolutions adopted at the Bandung conference la*t April The representatives of the Asian and African member nationhere held their second caucus presumablv to provide backing for anti-colonial inea Mires concerned with Morocco. Algeria and Kenyu However, it became known here that Arab delegates told their colleagues in the caucus that the United States. Britain and the United Nations have been quietly exerting pressure upon Egypt in an effort to ease Cairo's hostility toward Israel. According to this unconfirmed report, the Western Powers, as well as the UN, have been suggesting to Cairo that it take steps to remove as many Arab refugees as possible from the Gaza strip. The United State* and Britain would presumably back UN action to help Egypt resettle many of the Arab refugees from Gaza if Egypt conceded that such a move would be beneficial


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FRIDAY. PAGE 8 xpert Sy Robins arrived inform Helen, cago. Dr. Dan is a Miami gyn< i the h Miami Mayor Abe Arcnovit, never left "*£;""jj heal and his need for a va "' k Mrs /MM PSchworfr aaS^aSli^btain. ...M.. Osceo.a Lake Inn. Hend ^r?he e M2y C orar e Mr, Aronovitz and their daughter. Edith. HdTV, Wax Wed They plan to be gone for one month. \i |n|j|iuiU' RllC'S Although summer is rest time, Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae League ^ )u|: Miss Katz Weds jossc I). Schwarte; To Live on Beach K.u .H-eame |., d Schwartz in 6 ceremoni n Aug. 2 at the M r AhrarnN „rlh ShuP lewiah l enter spiritual l; "''r ic,a, h C t < l P „# ur The bride is the daughter of Mr ". „, Katl, 7207 Bay Jr.. Miami Beach The K rmV parj£ ts are the Jacob Schwta*,M s\\ 18th ter.. Miami ,,.,,, bv her father. white chantilly %  "• %  aPPlM" 1 net ovci taffeta Her in matching nidi on a m Elisc K tiii> lace %  tioru tber was *ith Leslie Klein Marvu fraternMjf ushers irtJ attendhool in Nei \...„-., Beach High School and |h e i niversity of Florid:! The groom attended Forest Hills |, New York, and the ^ ^ASSSStSSJ!^'^ Henry Chatters. P.ul Goldman, A^UtifU^ &*^ Cun£ .Tof N yrt Ofr MortTcr.ntVHoward Greens. Julian J.cksons, Dr. and Mr, Wilfred nerjollowed .1 *J^ ** poUowIng I wedding trip Lansman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lefkowiti, Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyers Merandas, the Lawrence Rob man and Miss Arlyne Schockett. ( ens, Julian Jacksons, Dr. and Mr, W.lfred net-followed a< me -w .... Kn|| „ wlIU wedding trip to lip Lefkowiti. Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Meitus, The bride was attired W palf ^ ^ p>ke N „ he Dr. and Mr, Donald Michnoff. the William yellow and white Pans import A home „ M1 obinsons. Phillip Spiers. Mr, Maurice "";£&£ C SE -ft-.Miami Beach. Jack and Florence Pritt were given a rousing bon voyage prior to their leaving for Europe at a Jewish War Veterans Post 677 affair in the Biltmore Terrace last week. The Pritta were especially happy because it turned into a card party and much needed funds for hospitalized veterans at Pratt General hospital. Assisting in arrangements were Francis Goodman, Paul Drucker, Comm. Leonard Miller and Senior Vice Comm. Milton Kach. The ladies, not to be outdone, were represented by Fay Kach, who is the Auxiliary president, and Evelyn LeVine, vice president. Aug. 15 is a special date for the David Tuckers, 9316 Collins ;.ve For thev will mark their golden wedding anniversary at that time in the Algiers hotel. Married in New York in 1905. the Tuckers moved to' friends at the Shore apartments Chicago in 1921. where Mr Tucker was a dress manufacturer for many!— years, and to Miami Beach and retirement in 1945. Joining them here will be their seven brothers and sisters, all of whom plan to arrive from New York City. Special guests will of course he their children. Dr. Joseph Tucker, Oak Park. Ill Mrs. Anne Kaspar, Woodmere, Long Island. Mrs. Libby Ficiberg, Miami Beach; and Mrs. Estelle Fischer, York, Pa. "All Ol OUT children, with their respective spouses, eleven grandchildren and one great grandson will help us make our happiness complete," the Tuckers write US Providence. R.I.. is the vacation site ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keller, Who tell us they plan to be hack m their North Miami home this week > > l > c Friends are talking about the fact that J. M. Schlessinger is homesick. A brief recess from his Miami business took him on a tour of Georgia. Alabama, Tennessee. Louisiana. Arkansas and Texas. '"I saw a little of all," he writes them. "But it brings back memories of youth when I think of Miami—moonlight and the blue sea There's nothing like it anywhere." Now a resident physician at Pratt General is Dr. Emanuel M. Stadlan, who has just arrived from Washington, D.C., where he served his internship at the Gallinger hospital. This, of course, was the occasion for a reunion and a weekend stay with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, and sisters, Sarah and Adinah, at their Bay rd. home. A third trip to Israel is in the offing for Mr. and Mrs. Saul Ashkenazy, of Coral Gables, when they depart overseas \ug, 9. Hi-ta drut will wish them well Saturday evening at Harfenisfs, Lovely Jeanne was formerly on the staff of the Miami Daily Newi Her husband is a noted realtor here. The stunning Granada blvd. home of the William Singers was the site of a luncheon Saturday honoring Miss Marjorie Speigel. Mrs Singer and charming daughter. Marlene, feted Marjorie prior to her marriage Aug. 21 to Alan Olkes. Marlene is scheduled to he a bridesmaid Miniature doll bride and attendants were dressed in replicas of the real dresses due to be worn at the wedding. Mr. Singer, in case someone doesn't know, is Royal Castle's ham burger king."' Marlene is now a junior at Vanderbilt. majoring in English in preparation for a teaching career sasassctceca. Duncraggan Inn, Ilendersonville. N.C., boasts a long list ol South Floridians, who have fled to the summer resort for the coolth of the mountains. A brief note reminds us of the presence there of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. David Rayvis and daughter, Carol, the Arthur Litts, Mrs. Lillian Heller, the Dick Sterns and the Charles Aronovitzes of Key West. Due at Duncraggan in a few days are the Sol S. Goldstroms, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shultz and the Milton Balsams. > <' Wedding vows exchanged more than fifty years ago in Odasu Russia, will be repeated by Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Chaplik Sunday, Aug 14, at the Belden Stratford in Chicago. More than 150 guests will honor the golden anniversary couple, who now reside in Surfside. Isidor and Lottie were married on Aug. 14. 1905. Active in Miami's Chicago Club of Florida, they will be honored by their children: the Al Tunicks, Sol Chapliks, Rubin Chapliks, Edward Centers and the Sam Chapliks. Adorning her neck was a Keep .. sake add-apearl necklace she car Beth iMlK'tll lilOlIp lied I white Bible with yellow and ill I \l.| inr white orchidnUIUS '^""h The bride*! mother wore a pink Mrs Harvey Klamkin presided creation with %  chantilly lace de'at the executive hoard meeting of sign and carried her orchids as a Beth Etna* Sisterhood Tuesday wrist bouquet The bridegroom's evening mother wore a royal blue summer 1 On the agenda was a report on outfit with %  shoulder orchid the barbecue beach party by "Irs. Jack Bergavoy. 3rd vice president. After a brief honeymoon, the M|V Slan i cy Clatter, parltamennewly weds will be home to their ( a rian. discussed plans for adalt education claseoi Mrs. Sorry Wtiktr Ballimore Wedd For Wesker, Q Miss Charl..it. \nn Cd Barry Michael Wesker wtnj ed in marriage Sunday at I aton Belvedere hotel m Rabbi Joseph Bausigartaij ed the service The bride is the dauaj^J and Mrs. Lawrence Baltimore, and the parents are Mr and JIa'i Wesker, 1611 Pennsylvl Miami Beach Among usherwcretfl| pie, of Miami Given in marriage by herl the bride wore an imparted! chantilly lace over atm wore a crown of *ed peartsj an illusion veil She carried if quet of white orchids. New York City and Mian were the honeymoon after a reception m the I couple wilf live in Coral Ksi R r^r K THEIR <*>"> WE* Tucker. Beiow. the Ia ldo C^^..^^ Klines OiT to New England and Then] Tour Thru Em Following their ,lu'\ 28 I at Temple Israel. Mr. aajj Lawrence Crown Kline wit trip to New 1 T**JJ at home in Philadelphia leaving for Europe Rabbi Jacob Kaplan offij the ceremony and a lunch** lowed the eeremon} at tbejj the bride's parents. Mr ad Bernard Troub of Coral The bride, the j..rmer IfcaJ na Troub Gratrr.stein. l ident of the New Have Chapter. National W c |"**j mittee of BrandI niwr is also a member of t&at i tion's national board aodr board committee A former New Haves she was co-chairmartoll Women's Division. State bond drive. Mr. Kline of St. Peten Philadelphia, i,hf f" Alexander Kline andt< Kline He is a mem her of Presidents' Organizaiwa. vice president of the L>n" Association of America^ Pat Me^s TrotlS Told by Her PaJ Mr. and MrM J gf SW7thsT.au nnoa**| gagement ol U r tricia. to Bernard bad*Mr. Sacks ,the and Mrs Bam Sac" 1 m ave.. Miami Beach They are P^^'J^ wedding in M ,| Miss Meyers graj* ami Senior High Sci attending the "ln.^r>i)J Mr. Sacks also where his fraternil Phi. He gradual Beach High Scl



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IY, AUGUST 5, 1955 +Jel*tnorMlnn PAGE 5 mmui %  f*.** miami bcac h ;/ concerts X T UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ARTHUR FIEDLER Guest Conductor Sunday, August 7th, Miami Beach Auditorium at 8:30 Call JE 1-0477 or MO 1-4960 Price*: Reserved Seats S2.00, $1.S0; Unreserved $1.00, 75c V. Apte, of Miami Beach, (left) heads a cation of visiting Floridians to the offics Burq. Minister of Posts for Israel. *:i in the office are (left to right) Mrs. Bloom, formerly of Atlanta; Dr. Burg; Apte; and Mrs. Frances Gaggstatter, also of Miami Beach. The Floridians? toured numerous government installations in Israel, noting developments made possible by investments in Israel Bonds. Apte returned to Miami Beach last week. rersity Reveals $4,500 Sam Blank Grant in Human Relations (Samuel Blank and Family on has granted $4,500 to tversit) of Miami to be rleinstitutM and workshops Ian Relation!, bonej ha^ been made availnjKh the National ConferChristians and Jews. If rant is responsible for the \T Workshop on Theory and in Human Relations, ended a six weeks session at the university. I> workshops and institutes to -i\ weeks' duration will lip under the grant for the -ui.hing practical and Jcal problemi of human and >np relations. the summer workshops tihi college credit, an adfcommittee will arrange one peek non-credit institutes h.'ic academic year. }uman relations courses will an opportunity for educa•us, business, indusither leaders of the comto develop skills, underI Brands^DTstributing. Inc. His other j work has included serving as vice president and trustee of Mount i Sinai Hospital, trustee of Greater 'Miami Jewish Federation, a director of National Conference of Christians and Jews, a director of the Community Chest, the Miami i Chamber of Commerce and member of the board of governors of the N a t i o nal Children's Cardiac Home. The Blank Grant will be used to secure nationally-known specialists in human and intcrgroup relations as consultants, and to provide scholarships for worthy and deserving individuals. After a trial period of three years, the advisory committee will evaluate the project and report to Blank concerning future development. A Refreshing Summer Drink! &ORSCHT A nourishing hoi! tlANISCHEWITZ MUM P1KIE borscht BE* y Delicious wit TAW CRACKERS DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK ( M. LIEBERMAN & SONS OF BROOKLYN, N.Y. Urn limit standing techniques that will en-j able them to discharge their respective responsibilities in a more effective manner, UM officials explained. Blank is a trustee of the university and president of National [een Agers Will •ain to Take in Institute \ leen age leaders from the Miami area will particithe Leadership Training conducted by the South|ion of the United Syna^ America. Rabbi Mayer Hz. Youth Commission announced Wednesday. Ill encampment is a projIhc Youth Commission of! Itive congregations, whose I bring together teen agers | lership potential to spend in camp life under the su-| of qualified rabbis nnd frs. •reater Miami contingent Ol representatives of the Conservative congrega>rth Shore Jewish Center, EmanurEl, Congregation 'id, Zamora Jewish CenM Miami Jewish Center )le Sinai of Hollywood. twitney. youth advisor of pmanu-El, who will aerve ff of the LTI Camp, will > the group on the spe-' • A. Louis Mechlowitz. of the Youth CommisBert Sher, treasurer, will the encampment for the rnagogue. )N ROOFING AND METAL WORKS M-tAVL PklHt-StM tifctory W.rk by l*P*r,,n—4 MM" ******* LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM > NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all •rhtr joints Wttkly Sink* fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 ( how do YOU sl>*|? beat that humidity m>Uh York Air C %  %  t l i i ion i ng Refreshing sleep, in cool, dryexhilarating air can be yours right now! Let us show you how. we can install the right system for your home or business; to fit the job, the space and the budget. The ingenious York coils wring more moisture out of the air—because they force the air to travel farther in the cooling-chamber, using no more power than units with ordinary cooling coils. t/ie ana/iftt name in air ccndidcni?u Hill York Salts Corp. 121S S.W. tit STIIIT Phono 82-1411 Beach York Corp. 1444 ALTON BOAO JC 8-4716 HILL YORK Ctrtified York Corp. 3t4 NX TV* ST1EET Phono 84-7534 Gables York Corp. SMS S.W. tit SHUT HI 6-1636 Hill York Broward Corp. 212S S. A N O tlWS AVI. FT. LAVDftDAll Phono JA 3-7396



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%  B9C % %  M IUGUST 5, 1955 PAGE 9 **% r Anneffe Boon •v Miss Buan (-Jets Ring from Fiance Mi.s.s Annette Buan received her diamond engagement ring from Morton Zigclslfy. The couple then drove off to attend a "gathering" at which they never arrived. For her cousin, Miss Joyce Spector, of 135 SW 22nd st., served as hostess at a surprise engagement party in her home just a few mirkutes later. Neither Miss Buan nor her fiance knew of the affair until they were ushered in as quests of honor. Miss Buan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buan. 979 SW 4th st.. pioneer Miamians. Her grandparents are the late pioneers, Mr and Mrs. Morris Dock. Mr. Zigel.sk>'parent* are the Al Zigelflkys, Of 5301 SW 5th ter. The bride-eject attaadtd Miami Senior High school and the iniver-ity of Miami. She is now nr ployed at BurdlneV Mr. Zigelsky al.*. attended Miami High and the I* of M and is currently auoeiatad with l-: Power and Light Co. No definite date for their we,! ding has been.set by the couple. They were introduced s'inic rime ago by another cousin oi the brideelect. Miss Frances SpaetOT. Barry Brown Will He Barry F. Brown, son of Mr. and Phil Brown, 7101 NK 5th ave., Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, kt ihtilm Teey Toby, Hoss Shite '" Late October Rites Mr. and Mrs. Israel Toby, 5881 SW 13th st., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Sheila, to Bernard Ross. Mr. Ross is the son of Mrs. Max Frank, New York City, and Mike Rosenstein. also of New York. He is stationed with the Navy in Key West. Miss Toby and her fiance attended Miami Beach High School. They are planning a late October wedding. Herman \ge Vows nmer flowers and orated Weal Miami Jew|uly 17 when Miss Pearl Moore became the •lej Jeffery (Jeff) BerMax Waxman solembub|e ring ceremony. was given in marriage IT Mrs. Celia L. Moore, r. Edwin Moore. Her (if late Sam D. Moore. home is at 5970 SW ie I.ipp and Jeffrey Jed the couple. h-"i is the son of Mr. 1 Berman, 511 NW rip in Havana, the couin Miami. The brideIwhulesale florist. Control! SYoor B0M06UARANTY [ %  IT -Ml ITIH TUT f*UI TIIMITI Jat >ne 82-6441 LY NOLEN, ,nc. lo \ loiMti Pa I I Father Gives Miss Kline in Marriage Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York was the scene of the Sunday afternoon wedding of Jacqueline Kline and Irwin E. Kott. Miss Kline is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jay Kline of Scarsdale, N. Y.. and Mr Kott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Kott. 4475 Alton rd Miami Beach. Rabbi Kenneth Stein performed the ceremony, and the bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Miss Florence Becker was maid of honor, and Seymour Kott served as best man for his brother. When they return from a European wedding trip the couple will live at Bay Harbor Island. Position Wanted to Conduct High Holiday Services Peymcnt te fee awde in Israel Rends. Itv. lufmi leaver, 15S3 SW. 7ta St., Paeae 2 7120. Mils Gloria Waldman Miss Waldman and Mr. Durmaskin Plan Nov. 26 Wedding Mr. and Mrs." Nat Waldman, of 995 West 48th st.. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Gloria Ruth, to Norman Durmaskin, MTami. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Durmaskin, Babbling Brook Farms, New Brunswick, N. J. / The bride-elect is a graduate of Weequahich High School. Newark. N. J., and is now employed at Thermo Cool, Inc. After graduating from Rutgers University, Norman served with the Navy for three years. He is assistant district manager for Sehlitz Brewing Co. The couple will be married Nov. 26 at the Saxony hotel. Girls Add Members TSION, B'nai Brith Girls, has added five new girls to their membership list. The membersin-rraining class was installed at a candlelight ceremony last week in the home of Ina Cohen. Mi-s Cohen is president of TSIO.Vs spcond MIT class. Other members of the class are Linda Emerick, Lynn Vinocur, Linda Berkwit and Sandy Slotmck. [Jnder the guidance of their MIT mother. Bab.s Vinocur. the Mil completed their B'nai Brith seven fold plan in three week I'nipo M of the plan is to acquaint Mil's with the B'nai Is nil Vou'h Organization as a training period and also a tune fOf DMmbtri to liecume better acquainted with other BBG members. Annual Tropical Night Moulin Rouge' room of the DiLido hotel will be the site of West Miami Post JWV's first annual tropical night, according to an announcement Wednesday by George Honrick, ways and means chairman. Function is scheduled for Aug. 27. Assisting in arrangements are Larry Wallach and Max Rubin. Meeting at Beth David Emma Lazarus Chapter of B"nai Brith will hold a regular meeting Tuesday evening, Aug. 9, at Beth David Synagogue. W*>*Aa*'W^**^'WWWWUr'W IBLE DOMESTIC HELP %  LE DAY WORKERS Employment Jervice *• PH. 94401 tiDENBERO. 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AUGUST 5. 1955 vjewlsti fhrkUat? PAGE 3 Abramowitz Succeeds Lelchuk President of North Shore Zionists layer Abramowitz has fimously elected presihc North Shore Zionist Miami Beach. He suctdon Lelchuk, who servfc,l, nt .if the district since jidcd two years ago. m the election, the North (jsh tenter spiritual leadgraphic report of the entiun recently held in ,, n (• where he at]i-triet Armed Forces fans' Committee, B'nai Morris Bierman, chairlh Florida B'nai B'rith Service Committee. omanor, executive dibe Jewish Family Servler Miami, will describe Mer home care of the lily Service agency. intensified educational projects as well as by sponsoring group pilgrimages to the Holy Land. Financially, ZOA will continue its sponsorship of K'far Silver, the new agricultural school, as of the ZOA House in Tel Aviv." • Discussing the recent split within the ZOA, Rabbi Abramowitz Mid that "there is some validity to the argument of such veteran Zionists as Louis Lipsky and Judge Louis E. Levinthal who are leading the dissident group." The rabbi, however, congratulated ZOA President Mortimer May's handling of the issue "in calling upon those dissatisfied with national policies to return to the organization to present their case to the Administration." Rabbi Abramowitz continued: "Mr. May thus proved himself to be not only a Zionist statesman, but also gave further evidence of the democratic character of ZOA in formulating national policies Elected to serve as officers of the district with the spirit un I leader are George Kronengold and Sheldon Lelchuk, vice presidents; Spinoza Forum Schedules Talk Sunday Evening "What are the Best Years of Our Lives?" will be the topic of a discussion at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum Sunday evening, Aug. 7, at 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author of "The Road to Health and Happier Living" and "Live a Hundred Years Happily," will be introductory speaker. Comment will be made by Dr. N. S. Hanoka, Dr. I. Bernstein, Charles Tomarkin. Josephine Lentini and Albert Newman. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Mrs. H. Bergad, corresponding secretary; Irving Shalom, financial secretary; and Dr. Baer Zuckerbraun, treasurer. Board of Directors are Jacob Matz, Ben Marin, Ben Star, David Elkin, Hyman Bergad, Oscar Lelchuk, Abe Selecoff, Joseph Kahn, Ezra Finegold, Morris Kleinwachs, Harry Kaplan, Max Siegel and Mrs. B. Zuckerbraun. 0**3* \HBAKEACAKEI you've never baked, jmedary Cake Mixes perfect results at give you exclusive ges no other cake other method before! \t easy with NEW IMEDARY SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOU LAKE INN NENDERSONVHIE, NORTH CAROLINA Jot Rubin, Owner Mgr. Season Jo no 1st to October 1st — Reasonable Rates o New Dance and Recreation Hall o Swimming Pool and Children's Wading Pool o Jewish-American Cuisine — 3 Meals Daily o All Rooms witb Shower or Bath o Shoffloboard, Ping-Pong, Handball, Rowing, Fishing, Golf, Horseback Riding, Wienie Roasts, etc. CALL OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 764, HENDERSON VILLE, N.C. PHONE 9156 :o ( ( • YELLOW CAKE MIX MLS FOOD MIX i. yef cost M tort! (Coffee Shop %  w Vr hencver you do, come in and tell your needs to one of our helpful loan officers. Without delay, without cumbersome red tape, and in strictest confidence — Florida iNational loans are arranged at low bank interest rates. You repay with easy monthly .payments scaled to fit your budget. After your first transaction at this bank you, too, will enjoy WE ARE NOT AFFECTED BY THE STRIKE rtevs i DELANO HOTEL MEMBER DINERS CLU1 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA JEffersoN 8-7881 Banking on a Higher level just one escalator step up from flakier Street's frysKstcorfter at THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK TAND TRUST COMPANYIV At Miami Alfred I. duPont Building Member t Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve System, Florida National Group Our Capital and Surplus in Ratio to Deposits and loans Makes This One of the Strongest Banks in the Nation



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JGUST 5. 1955 %  knisf fhrrttin PAGE 13 ieason Brings Wealth of Activity at Center Camps climax events are ;,t all four day bj the Greater Mirommunity Center. I Fairytale Land" IIC of a campers' kted l" an audience pints and relatives at %  rich. The following [to 1)0 shown: "Snow %  hr Seven Dwarfs," Vs New Clothes," loose" and "Ali Baba Bight. Aug. 10, Flagimpers will conduct i\ show. The junior [ offer a musical t is America." Heard will be "Anpivy Crockett," |st Side" and "Yanpndy." Older camporiginal skit called Kadimah." and Friday, there pioiisc when parents to visit special exprojects on which I been working all Jen of ("helm" will of the wind-up proNorth Dade camp, t. Aug. 11. Crafts .u < %  of these for the campers I i r;.i>c the for rholarships •iimmer to fls iii the two sumHe hard at work -: booths to fun filled afternoon n 1 and visitors. lorowitl and Mrs. I are beading up the • at the Town '< preparing various a country fair sal<\ ol the committee •"rankel, Mrs. I eon Alfred Berman, fcer, Mrs. Mack Lib[ William Silverman. Branch, Mrs. Philip l I committee liking preparlilar lines. They are lu • %  ••>•. Mrs. Malvin Jerry Hesnick and fa\ son. The sabbath party is a highlight of the camp week at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center day camps. Every Friday afternoon, a candle-lighting ceremony, with appropriate prayers, is conducted. Above, participating in the service, are (left to right) Candice Berman, Renee Silver and Alicia Einhorn. Kosher Market Offers Qaulity, Low Prices Eugene Schwartz is the new owner of Sam's Kosher Market, according to an announcement this week. Now known as Schwartz's Kosher Market, the firm is located at 322 SW 12th ave phone 9-6266. attention to all customers to see "We intend giving our personal that they are satisfied," Schwartz explained. The mwfket will cr.rry a complete line of the best quality of fresh meats and poultry at the lowest price A leature of Schwartz's Kosher Market is their free daily deirVei service. • -^ ^a^ !" ojpH^ %  §• %  i %  ^ %  ^ %  •' • Ready to take a whack at the ball is Peter Tauber, while Joseph Lawrence does his stint as catcher in a typical round of softball activity. The great American sport always has a high priority among the boys at the Center day camps. New Israel Visa Facility Revealed NEW YORK — Effective this' have their passports stamped at week, American citizens need no, t heir P 0 '" 1 of entrv in j""j „ This new policy was adopted by longer apply for an Israel visitor s L he Government of Israe i as part visa, it was announced Wednesday 0 f the over-all program to encourage tourism there. At a later date, the Government plans to extend this facility to other countries. by the Consulate General of Israel and the Israel Government Tourist Office. American tourists will now ted for ragedy from Pag* 1 [ round as the pin had it. Bulgaria's offer j partial com[>• material damages I 1 incident, Dr [ ctor general of P' Ministry, handed Bulgarian Charge 1 note demanding! P' s well as pun V who were respon I ted once again j commission of innumbers were enGreek side of the K near the site of ^ld be, given entry rrritory to view the SCHWARTZ'S Kosher Market (Formerly SAM'S KOSHER MARKET) 322 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI OPEM\(p SPECIALS Good tor All W>* Tarn Tarn c R 4 A 4 C ; K A E R s t .. .'the best friend a snack ever had! MANISCHEWITZ ."The Greatest Name in Kosher Foods'' fo your good health ^tjj HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS World-famous natural thermal waters — only Spa in U.S.A. R. E. McEachin, Sen. Mgr. & BATHS Renew your health at one of the South'! finett resort hotelsl Guest can 90 directly from room in robe and slippers to our own Bath House located within hotel. Bath House under regulation of the Department of the Interior. \ All sports available — wonderful fishing and golfl k 560 Rooms 70% AIR-CONDITIONED — All with bath or toilet. %  ..! I I II — % %  r %  IO EXTRA 'dividend It'* wise to open an account, or add to presant savings, before August 10th so as to earn % from August 1st Hera each account is insured safe to $10,000 FEDER.ll MlllCtf i ajjftfc r* ON UNCOIN t0* • 7474 (OUMS AVI.X JPF m stun, MIAMI KACa 4