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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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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
Number 34
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 26, 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
ATJABOTAGE-?
r Clashes are Renewed
Egyptian Batteries Shell
Unsuspecting Israel Settlement
VI.F.M (JTA)The relative relaxation of the Egyptian-Israel
the Gau area was suddenly broken Tuesday by an unpro-
fetian attack on an Israeli patrol, leading to serious border
|o Israel Government complained to the Mixed Armistice
and requested an immediate meeting of the commission.
gck on the Israel patrol took place in the Mefalsim area, in
Germany
Relations
isrsdis
WNS) Wad Oer-
ready t" establish
ons with Israel,
nan authorities would
a move in this direc-
mi the delicacy of
. it was declared here
urn Goldmann, chair-
Jewish Agency and
it the ConfertMl on
enal Claim* Against
lann revealed that he
irnian chancellor Kon-
ler recently while both
ponip.u in Switzerland
t\ discussed the new
V individual compen-
la.'i victims as well as
making better use
i the Ccrman repar-
i ictima who for-
in the territory of
iw E i-i Germany will
f net it from a new rcgu-
ij ment of compensa-
feriduah which will Iw
the West German
[n> Kl month, Dr. C.old-
V
Israel territory. The Israelis re-
pulsed the Egyptians and captured
one of their military posts in the
Gaza strip which they held for
several hours. They evacuated the
post when United Nations observ-
ers arrived on the scene. It was
learned that the patrol was on op-
en land when attaeked and was
forced, in the circumstances which
developed from the attack, to
sweep in and take the Egyptian
post. There were no casualties re-
ported on the 1-i at I side.
Later, an Israel military spokes-
man announced that Egyptian
posts along the Gaza strip shelled
the settlement of Nachal Oz Tues-
day afternoon. The Egyptians, us-
ing 80 and 120 mm. mortars, scor-
ed a number of hits in settlement
areas and a number of houses sus
tained damage. No casualties were
reported by the Israeli*.----------.
(In Cairo, it was officially an-
nounced that one Egyptian officer
was killed and four soldiers
wounded in the clash in the Gaza
strip. An Egyptian communique
said an Israel patrol attacked an
Egyptian post, hut made no men-
tion of the* capture of the post or
the cause of the attack.)
A spokesman for Israel's Foreign
Ministry said late Tuesday that
"the sudden large scale and per-
sistent attacks'" by the Egyptians
can only be explained as an Egyp-
tian attempt to sabotage the Israel
Egyptian, talks which have been
going on for some time. He em-
phasized that the attacks have
, broken out just when efforts were
j renewed to break the deadlock
i which the talks reached.
invention Goes on Record in
iport of Fair Job Practice Rulings
(JTA) Massachusetts anti-discrimination laws received
or! from the American Federation of Labor when Julius
Executive secretary of the Labor Committee to Combat
accused the state administration of a "subtle form of
Mi Fair Practices laws.
Ins committee's annual report to over 800 delegates
---------------------'attending the week-long conven-
Arabs in Morocco Burn Jewish Homes;
Rioters Sabotage Communication Li
CASABLANCA (JTA)An all-out attack on the
Jewish quarter in the Moroccan town of Mazagan
was carried out Wednesday by Arab rioters as part
of their insurrectionary movement. against the
French administration in Morocco. The Arab mob
stormed the Jewish section where they burned Jew-
ish homes and looted Jewish stores.
The Jewish inhabitants, anticipating riot*, had
left their homes a day earlier and sought shelter
elsewhere. There were, threfore. no Jewish casual-
ties, but damage to Jewish property is reported to
be very heavy.
. Jewish houses were burned down by Arab mobs
also in Safi. Because of the fact that the rioters
have sabotaged the communications lines between
Casablanca and other Moroccan towns, it was im-
possible Wednesday to get a full picture of what
happened to Jewish families in various sections of
Morocco. However, from Oucd Zem it was reported
here that one Jew was among the Europeans killed
in the riots on Saturday. Many of the 250 Jews liv-
ing in Oued Zem were evacuated Saturday to the
Civil Control Office in the town, which is protected,
by French soldiers.
ATTRIBUTES UNREST TO FRENCH COLONIAL REGIME
Information Office Denies Anti-Semitism
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
Jews or Jewish property are being
attacked or harmed because of an-
i li-Semitism in Morocco, Abdurrah-
i man Anegay. head of the Mo
can Office of Information and Doc-
I umenlation. said here Wedne-
Not only the Istqlal. Moroccai
Independence Party, but the JJo-
roccan people themselves have the
I friendliest feelings toward Jew -,
Mr. Anegay claimed. He declared
I that he had no I'ttriP about re
I ports that, in the current riots in
i Morocco. Jewish homes had been
J wrecked, shops looted and some
I Jews injured.
"However, we can assure the
world that any unfortunate suffer-
, ing by any people in Morocco ha>
Pretty, dark-haired tzer. II, of Haifa, a the nofhin* remote|y t0 do wi,h *
Jewish National Home lor Asthmatic Children at Denver, is J Semitism. but is only the result of
thrilled when two touring Israeli air cadets visit her at the i the general situation that has been
Home. Illana was sent to JNHAC for freatfnent of a severe 'f provoked by the French colonLl
asthmatic condition. regime," Mr. Anegay said.
ARABS PENETRATED DEMILITARIZED ZONE
Report Syrians Kidnap Four American Tourists
JERUSALEM (JTA)An Israeli army spokesman
said late Wednesday that four American citixetU ..,i
a tour of the Middle East were kidnaped by
Syrians. The Israeli spokesman gave the names as
Paul Meier. Arthur Kisinger. Fred Freudenhower
and Tom Freudenhower. The spokesman did not
give the hometown or other particulars.
The official announcement said: This after-
noon an automobile was found north of Ein (lev
eastern shore of the sea of Galilee owned by l"ur
Americans who were en tour of the Middle Ea>t.
An investigation showed the four were abducted
after they were bathing in the sea of Galilee Satur-
day last. The kidnapers were armed Syrians who
had penetrated inlo the demilitarized zone Some
personal belongings and documents of the abducted
men were found on the spot."
LISTS ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE AS ENEMY
lie Hearing
|on Religion
2TON ,JTA) Any
ie United States who
ie whether he believes
rights, guaranteed by
lion, are being proper-
Pd and adequately pro-
l>e able to do so in a
Ihis subject now to be
by Tongress, it was
here by a spokesman
late Subcommittee on
l Rights which will
survey.
>int questionnaire will
i*"ne who asks for it.
|'-t has been prepared.
tion of the Massachusetts Federa-
tion of Labor. Bernstein charged
that Dr. Franklin P. Hawkes, di-
rector of the Fair Practices Act,
has "had the legs cut out from un-
der him" as the designation of
funds for his office have become
a repeated problem. As a result
of this financial hamstringing, he
continued, Dr. Hawkes is now
working "only one day a week at
what is and what was intended to
be a full-time job" of trying to
stamp out quota admissions by col-
leges and other discriminatory edu-
cation practices.
Moves to win revision of the
McCarran Waller Immigration law
gained strong support wfcen dele-
gates voted unanimously*to call
upon their own Congressmen and
the entire United States Congress
"for action at the earliest pos.^le
moment to amend and revise the
Refugee Relief Act of 1953 and the
McCarran Immigration law in or-
der to wipe out IVkward. re-Uric
tive and bigoted proviakN
KKK Pledges Battle for White Supremacy Beliefs
CONWAY, S.C. (JTA)The robed and hooded
leader of the Ku Klux Klan said Tuesday night that
his organization was formed to "fight the evils
against the white man" among which are Negro.
Christian and Jewish organizations.
E. L. Edwards, of Atlanta, Ga.. addressing a
crowd estimated at 1.500 in an open field about
eight miles from Conway. listed the National Asso-
ciation for the Advancement of Colored People.
Knights of Columbus and the B'nai B'rith Anli-Defa-
mation League as groups which bring on evil.
Edwards, who claims to be the imperial wizard
Of the new "U.S. Klan, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan."
said he wants to make his organization "strong and
vicious" enough to fight off these "evils." He said
his organization will remain within the law, but. he
shouted, "this is a white man's organization fighting
for white supremacy."
SAYS MEMORIAL IS BUGHT ON AREA
Bavaria Deputy Calls for Shutting Down Dachau
MUNICH (JTA)To a burst of applause from
h4-T>ea.ant audience in a Dachau meeting hall,
Bavaria's Deputy Minister-President and Minister
of Agriculture, Josct Bumgartner, Wednesday ex-
claimed: "The crematorium must go!" It must go,
the Deputy Prime Minister observed, because its
continued existence constituted "a defamation of
the Dachau area and its people." A dignified me-
morial would suffice to commemorate the death of
Hitler's victims, he felt.
Dr. Baumgartner, who heads the Bavarian Party,
is one of the most powerful figures in Bavarian
politics. With his speech he lent considerable sup-
port to the demand publicly made a month ago by
the governmental administrator of Dachau county,
Landtag deputy Heinrich Junker, that the crema-
torium of the infamous Dachau camp should be
closed. That demand was immediately and vigor-
ously opposed, however, by the Bavarian Minister-
President and the Minister of Finance.


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Final Plans Discussed as Southeast
Region of ZOA Schedules Convention
"V3 .. ______ Tr,nfr. national VICC
Vr, MM Weinrtein, Mr* Sam
S^iisMdMn ..->,,- .s>,,lrl!
Highlighl of i ho eonvenUM wlH
ho h, Sunday nighl bMJUd >" he
,n ri,, of the DiI..to hol,l
luring nationally
Coti
Program
Leo Rr.lurson. Memphis. Tenn.. JMflues ^pgjj^
attorney, as Florida State co-chair- ers at the EOA mmn
man for the 18th annual conven- 4.
tion of the region to be held in, Mr, Tl]!,,. S ivkrlner has been
Miami Beach. Sept. 2 to 5. appointed chairman of the Ones
Liebman. who is chairman of the SnabDat and reception that the
regional administrative commit- i;reater Miami chapter of Ha.l.ip.t'
tee. Is also chairman of the Flor- Wl|1 prcsCnt In honor of the ZOA
ida Confederation of Zionist Dis- legates and gueatl "" Saturdaj
tricts and is chairman of the Dade .. 0I1 St-pt 3. in the Commo-
County High Holy Days Israel Bond m Van.terb,lt hotel
campaign. Uebmans duties as dore roorr
State co-chairman will be to co-
ordinate convention activities of
all the districts in the State of
Florida.
A. Arthur Pekelner. chairman of
the convention, has announced that
Campaign tor Holy
Day Appeal Moves
Into High Gear
With Kneseth Israel the latent
congregation to schedule a High
Holy Day appeal for the purchase
of State of Israel Bonds, the cam
paign for a record-breaking sale
moved into its final month under
the leadership of Rabin Morris
Skop and Seymour B Liebman
Jacob Sher. Greater Miami chair
man for Israel Bonds, commended
the efforts of Rabbi Skop and Lieb-
man in enrolling more i
High Hoi) Di
Ral thi
ess of thi Sui ,' '
12 05 until \2 mo p m ovi > ?
tion W VHF He will
the weekl> Si t<

lum I the 1 tel on
Tile- ; i; Sept. 6
pleti
baum, h
Miami d< to tl ', |
rial mobilization conference
in Washii toi Sept. 9 to 11, will
form one ol lh<
this an
out national i
manager Sidney i
\v,
Israel

vwtlonwill station Wfl^**1
Sept 2 with an Oneg Shabbat gH
b3 Miami Beach Maaad m the
Palls room of the Delano
Delegates from the eight state
Southeast region will assemble
here tor the convention which will
end on Mondaj afteraoooo. Sept
5 iil Rappaport. Florida director
lne ziooisl Organiration of
pica, is in charge Of local ar-
rangements
Dade Chapter fete
Satvrda) evening. Aug 27. is the
date ol swim part) at the home
ol Mr and Mrs Jack Berkc. 143
N\\ 7t0 Miami The party
ponaored b) the newly formed
Women s American ORT. North
Dade chapter Mr- Harold Rob-
bins is president
r
S. J. FnM'dman
M. Rophan
HEBREW BOOK STOIE
{ 417 Washington Avt., Miami Bench
Bttwetn fourth and fifth Hi.
HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES
Synagogue* and Private Utt
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Telephone JE 1-9017
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CONTACT LENSES
DO VT HE MiSLEB
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NORTH MSAM! CITY COUNCfL
Who Says:
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Bridge Champion Conducts Annual BritW t/
Former Worlds Contract Bridge floor Monday ^
champron Sam KaU. an instructor aesstons *in w"" *
, contract bridge in the Univer- 9 "* *"' Wj
2,0 3:30 p.m. m^
Each oI the sa^l
different phase, J^'
"d Provide, coBla%
sity of Miami's Kvcning Division.
will conduct Burdincs annual Con-
tract Bridge Forum.
First three sessions were held in
Burdine's auditorium on the fourth
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EJTalent Helped Father Now He Helps Anshe Ernes
lafo, M"rris Zimmer- j cargo hold was the Torah which I
hii death bad in Chi- he and his son are jointly present
j, he i- grateful for the inn the Miami congregation. The'
[ill .il his son, Dr. Jack Scroll comes from n synagogue in
vrho helped him pull the Windy City founded by Mr.
. Zimmerman and of wjych Dr. Jack '
ctic vice president of is now president.
whti L>' F"r adhVd mm. urc. Or .tnr-k will,;
'Turnirfftwo twnuttt'til vrrvM man
lies for the Torah. Anrtther ion,
A I. also of Chicago, plans t<. pre
sent Anshe Ernes with a third.
The Scroll of Law and the thfee
mantles will lw_givw. hv-honor oi
Mr Zimmerman's late wife, Celia.
Dr. Jack expects to be visiting
his father in Miami along about
January or February. A Siyum
Hatorah is being planned for that
occasion. _
|i:c^ao iful e.Mate oser-
h iwing tangibla evi-
. i itftude.
acting aa the instru-
m currently pre-
I ,, I ,iu to Anshe
j Zimmerman, who has
Lniao lor the past nine
IV Im DOW resides at 28
i,al Gables, recently re-
i Chicago hy plane,
in the giant airplahVi
Women
ictivities
tmg the Greater Miami
^Pioneer Women's 30th
(..nvention, to be held
Canada. Oct. 23 to 26,
Jacob Raffel, record-
|ry of the Council for
to terms, who was re-
|.-l president of Kadi-
ul the organization.
Pushkin, president of
Wolhen Council, re-
| Miami Beach Clubs I
tct to have a delegate
Hut represent this ar-
kernational convention.
29 ii eeting i.- planned
I Women. Club II. to
plant for the
f to di .CUSS shkolim
I on the i
back many of
be Welcomed
kfe Saturday
F' i id in co-
WOmen.
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[ Mr and
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front la-
place on
I '". in Har-
| Bl Washington
Ol many Zi-
nmunal organisations
Ic honored gue.sts
the members_who have been away
from Miami Beach for the summer.
In addition. Mrs Minnie Shubow
will entertain wifh readings.
Mrs. Ida Jacoos, president, an-
nounced that .the Kneseth Israel
Congregation^ 14J5 Euclid ave.,
will be the scene of the 8:15 p.m.
meeting.

Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women will have its first regular
meeting of -the 1955-56 season
Thursday. Sept. 8, at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation,
1101 SW 12th ave.
Mrs. Albert, Shkoler. program,
chairman, announced, thai- Mrs.
Henry Seitlin,. ,Tpionexr" Pioneer"
| Woman in (Heat-r Mmi. will be j
Hi speaker. MM Beitlin, who'
recently returned from a trip to
Israel, will report on Pioneer Wom-
en and Mi.it/-t Hapoalot pr<
and M tn ities there.
A board meeting held Thui
at the home oj Mi Jacob \
I sw 25th ave., eomi
for Ihe i !-: me I oth-
er evei Is ( I the near ful I
Fontainebleau Facilities
Open to Organizations
The Fontainebleau hotel this
week revealed that its management
i- available to assist local business
! organizations in commemorating
special functions.
I'artu al the I"ontaineMentf can
talft then tnrm nf m dinner vi-arki-,
luncheon or HaW.'itery iatfeffM
dinner.
The hour- banquet office is
slatted with men and women Irani
Cd in the field of offering guid-
. ance to firms thai may wish to
honor an employee or to mark
their anniversor) date
The Fontainebleau offers a kosh-
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er dining room for organizations
requiring it, with catering Dy Har-
fenist.
"Agent 837," a novel by Ye-
huda FJberg, of 550 15th St.,
Miami Beach, has been pub-
lished in Spanish by the Can-
delabra Publishing House,
Buenos Aires. The novel,
which was dramatized and
played at the "Soleil" theatre
in Buenos Aires, appeared
originally in Yiddish. It won
the award of the Congress for
Jewish Culture and was
praised in the "International
PEN Bulletin of Selected
Books."
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THE HEBREW ACADEMY
918 6th Street, Miami Beach Phone JE 8-4641
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
announces
Diyniiied High Holiday tSmwUm
AT OUR AIR CONDITIONED TEMPIE
Conducted by
RABBI ABRAHAM HERSON
and
CANTOR ALBERT GLANTZ
Reservations may be made daily from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., evenings
from 100 ha to 1 OHM p.m., mid Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00
noon at the Center.
FOR INFORMATION CAU 88*47*, 8f-tS er 14*242
Selkhos Services Saturday, September 10th, at 12:00 midnight. Skull
caps, prayer books, Toleisim distributed to all wershippers.
Official registration for Hebrew School, Sunday School, Confirmation and
er Mitivah Class from Sunday, August 21th, to Sunday, October 16th.
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Henry M. fain and Arthur D.
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of their offices for the general
practice of law from 2518 West
er i to the newlj constructed
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lor. Both fain ami Deckel man ire
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ami law school.
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HEBREW ACADEMY
Miami's Only Hebrew
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has enlarge its facilities and is now registering childran
in the following departments:
KINDERGARTEN GRADE 1 GRADE 11
_____________GRADE 111 GRADE IV_____________
We offer an intensive, traditional Jewish education with a
well integrated and progressive program oi general studies
modernity of pedagogical methodsfully accredited by
the County School System certified, expert and experi-
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equipped classrooms excellent playground facilities
daily hot lunches fully insured bus service reasonable
tuition limited number of pupils per teacher.
ENROLL YOUR CHILD IMMEDIATELY
come, write or phone
THE BETH EL HEBREW ACADEMY
500 S.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 9-2004
A parent is never so tall as when he stoops to bring his
child closer to his heritage and dastiny.

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Better Than Was Expected
Ever since the Bandung Confers ick in
1 to which Israel wa= not invited and
ch turned out to be the scene cf a vicious
-Israel attack on the part of participal
b leaders and fulminations against
st by Red China Near Eastern dele,;
he United Nations have been des;
rig to establish an Asia-Africa bloc there.
Principally responsible, of course, are
bs, who'have been trying to sell a bill of
_is to the effect that such a bl : '
.ze Western "antipathy" toward Asi
can nations and serve as a buffer against
West-spcnscred "common e iel.
News is that Turky has fin i the
.-. On its face, this is a surprising move
nuse Turkey has entertained friendly rela-
9 with the Jewish State ts estab-
nent and continues as on- State's
M foreign markets.
Tloser examination of Turkey decision,
ever, reveals that the Turks joined at the
jest of Arthur S. Lall, curre f of the
an delegation to the United Nations. In the
India's role in the cold war between East
. West has been to alia: mly with
. ei side and to assert ts ol "
era
At Bandui tig with
ma's U N
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regai ler i

::rd Israel. As [fad
sion may very well w favor ol Israel's
teresl
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.

He Has the Word for it
-" Groldmann, the Jew
ind pre*, lent the C inference
Material Cla Ago ist Germany,
it West
if it
nf pnse I ,s:
Bonn has thusfur aci
cess
: .on
Wi) :s continuing a state o!
hardly
look favor.: h now
seeks Arab friendship and which encourages
it through former Nazi envo-
While Time Still Permits
Sovi reign policy has certainly turned
full circle : I days.
j. since th- >Uf Ru-
dolf Sic :'. in Czechoslovakia. The men-
cated Moscow "doctors' plot"
us.
C: aao, Rumanian Zion-
oned oi d-up "spying"
tecai Ot-
>s to Ian.: ncarcer-
esull of similar charaes against him.
v came shortly
. ring at Geneva,
rities published a p
religious life in the USSR
The staterm elated throughout the UN
a shock to observers there, for many have
recent effc i .ternational leaders
to as the fate of the 2,500.000 Iron Cur-
tain Jews.
Meeting with consistent failure, as well as
with total silence to their plea that these Jews
be permitted to migrate to Israel, they were
doubly shocked last week by the news that
Moscow policy once again is to align itself
ardently against all forms of anti-Semitism
This stand comes hardly a month after
spokesmen for the American ; ommu-
illy reguested President Eisen-
hower at Geneva to discuss v rd-
If.U Ha lus confounded th, l>- rat***
a iem : hin bs musing to make th. rt,NaB,.
to anvvcr m kind l
Republicans hv his wilHi ler **
- fn '"'
l
re-

He caul ;. author-
NE WS of the
WEEK in REVl
UNITED STATES
The voluimnoijs Spiet Kit" released at Uu
which contained M,. Rabimwie;b/s. *iu t,hh Th, .
tht Soviet Union," included all th "* *
ol wh *
..\ was ah article till, *^H
rt l*i ion written by Metropolitan \ ,, Riha5
i ol religion in the Soviet i Nikor"*
religious associations in th* Soviet Union ere equ.i" Mnt
Vnother article m Ih. ."^H
toviel ind Britiah penalM, At the Big'foum"
ence wound uo in a deadlock. Senator- an i
tuatl -i wi'li call *'
- |hem feel that the Kremlin leader^ made certe?
to the Weal Tisha B'Av this year fell on Thurl
Rabbit and Cabbalists have always conjecture about th.
of this date. The) say that World Wan I an ; II huthhrol
H tins date which Saw the daMtructi the Kim
i itiona later, on the same date, the destruetkni J.
! Titus the* Roman. "'
peaking about datesRabbi Isaac Blumotiwy, uM
who had predicted the doom of Hitler and (hi rapitulatiaTS
now reveals that Daniel the prophet had specified"L
when Israel would become a State, namely, in 1948. Rabbi i'
his deduction on Daniel chapter fi. verse 14
lion ol FirM Temple: 3338. Add to this number the to
in:..i, exl Ud you uct 3408 Now add the -2300'
and you have 5708 or 1947-48 the year the
vereign nation Max Lernar en "Hildy end the Final* |
have been waiting f*r the inevitable in the -tniggle over I
someone to bring up the subject ol the tun Final) boyv Ta>i
happened, in a story puhlished in the official I atholic weeklyi
"The Pilot," headed 'Kllis CaseFinaly Cast Revenad.'
Pilot has raised the issue, it is best not to ignore it but toi
squarely I don't agree at all with The Pilot that the i
Jewish family to reclaim the Finaly boys from the Catholici
were bringing them up is now paralleled by the effort of Hill
lie mother to reclaim her from the Jewish family of the Eli
the Finaly case the parents did not give up their boys vo
were tenl h) thai Nuia to some extermination cmip and '
rhui it VM morally a curious thiii^ whi they werti
relative! In Israel, (or the Church to rel ise to retunl
Where so many had tn'en taken, it mm hard to deprive tin]
two Who had sur\i\entinos|
!' -t writer l.erner. ,-unlike HUd) McCo) the Finaly!
I for an impersonal Institution r an j
: claimed by close and lovii trvea Taj
mid they would return Hild) il the faotan
to In hi r up herself The Danish edition of "The
by Ka-tietnik 135633 is now in its fourth edition, having I
I) exceeding even ll
original Hebrew edition in Israel, where it \s.i- a record-!
seller The American edition, puhli-' ntiy by
uister and acelainatd hy critics all over the country. I
printing! A glorious commentary on the health of the Oi
record ol active sympathy to the Jews under thr heeJi
nd to none.
The Jehovah Witnesses, who met in ronvenUOl at tk]
Stadium in New York, are anti-Zionists and anti-Israel
professed knowledge of the Bible. The founder of tht i
the Late Patter Russet, who understood prophecy well, e>l]
and did believe that Israel's return to Zion was predicted...!"
Jersey conference of Seventh Day Adventists h ive lodgedll
i the enforcement of the state* blue law- The meakn;
movement keep Saturday holy as the true Sal bath and
from eating prohibited foods. Connecticut new Jewiil
Abraham A. Ribicoff, surprises political bosses. After u I
\ Ribicoff as Governor." write- U Connecticut is incoming eonvinci ,la





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PHMUP SMJBMMVitM _
'Leave* of Grass' Has Biblical Tone
Wall Whitman's dramatic caU*
to democratic action to advance
humanity's position; his famous
poem. "Oh Captain' M) Cap-
tain!"; his unconventional chal-
lenges which became the most
controversial themes in his time,
now are accepted dogmas and
credos not only tor Americans
but also for all English-speaking
peoples.
For. his "Leaver Grass," cur-
rents being acclaimed throu
out the world, has taken it- place
among the classics of the world.
Published one hundred yean ago,
"Leaves of Crass" now is being
accorded the status of an inter-
national anniversary.
It is a timely event, reviving
a- it does the call t" freedom
that was embodied in Whitman's
poetic enthusiasm. The Walt
whit man anniversarj serves to
I the influence ol the Bible
upon the great poet's endur i
liberty. Thej n mind us
about hi- friend
and about the
tad thai Horace I. irauhie. h
Jewish biographer, was ^ne of bii
nio-t
, anlcnt disciples wta be-
came one ol Whitmans two liter-
_ eXecutors (The other was
at'.
Richard Buck'
In US lengthy intnuh.ct.on to
The Poetrj wd ProK .
Whitman: recently publisl
Simon and Schuster. Louis
myer, the eminent poel and in-
erary critic pointed out tii
it. best. Leave- ol (,...- Has a
Biblical surge ol sound, t rougn
Hebraic music founded on Ml
,,,. and cadence, mounting
rhythm and hypnotic repetition
with tin' poer ol incantation
Wall Whitman himself, in his
essaj "The Bihk as Poel
which hi
Mendes' Hebrevi Poel had Un-
to ..a
\ i mi. bard will ev
existence in one direction against
,,. Hook- ol the Bible "' Wj
.,.,,., form the .oilcct.onm.i-t
.,,11-uimvc m another.and domi
nate just as much as bithei
or ...ore than
hitherto through its divine HM
primal poetic -tincture ro me,
,,, |, the living and definite
element principle ol the work.
evolving everything else
Horace L rraubel who was
Whitman- executor and
ph r a..... most interest-
, rsonalit) Bom in I amden,
N i in 18S8 he died in Boa
In 1919). he was
the son ot .i German-Jewish im-
| Maurici Hi nrj ''
a printer engi er. writer and
mother was a
TRUANTS FROM LIFE. The Rehabilitation of Emm
Children. By Brono Bettlhtim. 511 pp Gl. **'
Pre... 1955. *6.00. "*
By HILARY MINDLIN
DR. BRUNO BETTELHBIM, who came to the ln.
after a year in Dachau and Buchenwald. is htlsjsjj ^
Psychology- at the University of Chicago, and directorf
sity'i Sonia Shankman Orthogcnic School a previous H
Not Enoofh." described the method which the school
'Truants From Life" presents the ease histories ofl
who were treated at the school: Dr Bettelhe.m ealU thesti
Paul Mary. John and Harry There the fiction ends, fori
coma alive for the reader with every fiber of their torn 1
HAYII* SCUWARTZ
s are Statesmen
Thev've lYwil
Politicians
Onlv After


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II Wi
to I
ip. but Wl
\nd.
ough, in Jewish l<
we are told to be "discipli
e and pur-

We the com
promiser too Even with them
we have little enough peace
I've been rereading an old
work, the Memoir- ol Adolph
Kraus, a pioneer leader ol the
B'na. B'nth. who wa- something
of a politician in his day. In
-

Kraus. 1 '


tician's pi
i nt, you
You
ViMl 'id-
ol :
i -till remember
i
liti
i

i
I i hi
Mi Krau
; have n<
d, "Mr i
you live Ln Washington and
verj busj and I live in Chi< .
> bus) This '
irri lor your statement thai w<
have Hex. r met
Both were lying, but i lit
harmon) >ake will probablj Ik'
forgiven by a good God 'i I
i- I meat deal to l>e said for the
theorj ol Mark Twain that truth
.- to precious an article v
indiscriminate!) used
biographer His mothi i was
f*d Paul, a victim of institutionalism. had -or nt the firg"i
to hn i hall hi his life in orphanages, except for brief periods durinr
Id, h,,me in Camden, shunted bj In- mother from one "parking place" to annta.
N i [or Whil whose frame of reference consists in depersonalized nj|ej|
1 tioni may become an automaton in his passive ariiustsin
p o, coi iplete retrulnUon "f his life by external rule- keeas|_
veloping both inner controls and BDOntai autonomaail
, ,M it. a wihl child with both suicidal and honn..|.,i inmimj
N achieved in identity <>f his own, nor wa- he able i> reiatei
'l. lived, tor all practical purpose completelyiaJ
Mary, i schiaopbrtaic eight-year old. h
ihe we* three months old to a melancholic motherv
, 11 day with her Caeo torned to the wall wi ^
an unbearable reality, she
once lakd I child's bead open with an il
bj the- i .!- with which she pul on" il
trh .h broke completely apart under stress i
nt< rate baa osjfb personality
It
write


i t to

I i ild
H
Woll Wh.tma*
JOHN'S DIFFICULTIES began on h. h .!a\ i-fggj
of thrush mouth All ol h
d hi- parents' acute an\iet\ 'ine.'h
' the world became an almost contii
his life i.\'l\ed around food
Bj the age of -even. Ran] |
li I- and assaulted strangers on the -tun At ti
lir-t month at the Orthogenic School, he picked upai
and threw it at his counselor narrow l\ missing her hoW
H r immediately accepted all th> a\nj|
km w Hair) could not control his tempi she -hosM|
taken bun to a place where there were km\< -
one begins to wonder, after such account-, uhetkej
heim'i stall i- not composed of saints. An\one who hail
the disturbed knowa how terrlbl) difficult it i- to remaiaj
i complete negativism and hostility and hoe vi
nt compassion can become. The author pn I
will reveal how the counselors manage to maintain theuj
tachmenl to the children, and I. tot one, am awaiting!]
The i.i ciflsjgion of the-e lajasjojBj in living i-
s wide implications The basic practici Ol the
a psychologicall) health) environment In wl ch i child i
at least "in- good figure, is also ba-ic for all child
merit which crosses national boundaries I polities!
which alone can make the difference between a warp
human being, and a stable, constructive persoi
ol history and all our futures hang, some time on ju-t:
S.\l L CABS0N
Bij: Task on Human Rights Faces IN
LKOX GITTERMAN _
When Wen- You Married ?
I omedian Sam I. e \ e n son ,
whose humor celebrate- the folk-
ways ot big city life, i- doing an
unusually successful -how now
that he ha- hi- own television
program on CBS.
Levenson, who formerly taught
language courses in a Brooklyn
high school, emerged on the
broadcasting scene in 1949 and
almost overnight became a top
ranking and well nigh irre-
-i-tible attraction. Until then he
had used his gift for humorous
observation and anecdote to eke
out his uicome by performs)
in summer resorts.
The ex-school teacher delights
in stories about hi- classroom
days. For instance: one of his
pupils greeted him by
"Hello. Leven-on
"Mr. Levenson." Sam correct-
ed.
The boy shrugged his shoulders
and asked. "When did you get
married?"
t
Biblical music themes that the
world has never before heard and
ol which then historical
record have become the unusual
and dramatic
men! ol ESmer Bernstein
creating the musical n
eluding ch ,|s .Ull|
ballet music to, i eil b Dc
mille's dramatization ol the life
"' M""- rbe Ten Command-
menu expected to be thi
est picture in -./e. -cop.
ever to emerge from Hollj
Bernstein's score
Commandments'
the man) spectacular
"i Biblical pageantry as well as
the human itorj ol Moses i
When 'h General Assembl) convenes for its
,'''1 Sept .. major Anun.tlee will
|, 'h,,": i'"1 into covenant form patrol inter-
lonal treat,,- baling with human right.-.
rtfwS '' V""'^ has Ix-en concerned
- torn he verj beginning ol the
preamble to the chirter.
far back .- IMS "deter-
affirm faith
in fundamental human
in -The Ten
will highlight
Bill and worth of ,he human per-
'' in 1M8 the high soundmg
' '-..a,,,,,, was forth
tempt for human rights."
Which bae .' ,("M"" rbfarOU"
------------ science of mankind
HOHIS HMOLAM
Jewish Scientists Reemer&e in Soviet
Tk......
Jewhh and other minority people* tk
thrilled to the formal i.. edition
giving, at last, to the sufferings P
their rights as human beings They
more loudly when the Declaration |
Nations squarely behind the pnnog
rights should be protected b) the *w
beforej such protection can be givfnj
a law. And there, precisely, is the"
ao such law when the Dedafftt
There still is no such law
Immediately after trie DecUral
efforts were made to put teeth intjj
Phraseology by framing some kind*
'law For the next free >ear>. fl
nants were drawn and redrawn, d*
fought over, taken apart andIpuM8
The "Atoms-for I
"wing place in .,.
il
confereno which kt now
curtain on
J RUMia Since World War
eliminate Jews from
to
when Moscow began,
!' I eeign service
tance, Jewish i
the lists of Sov,e, '' ***** from
hIu.m. ... ''" *-'""n> abroad V.,^ i........
01 Egypt; outlaw -bepan, Ml(,. -lew ,-h SCiemi^, hTScV ^ "^ *"
ian, and Vo.ce of God who
brought the Us to ail mankind
Bernstein, : VWt 1(|. (lm
N< Vork, composer, conduc-
tor and concert pianist, wrote the
incidental music heard through-
out Mary Martin's receni |
was starring production of -p,.t(.r
Pan His recent screen ,
include
about
Sovii t
iX'Mtmns of impor-
J fr.un
*- -..cir n;;m;'r'a Nowv
scientists who hav<
appear amnni: the
ubnutted imDortatil
papers on nu, ,i;u,mi""'1 "npoi
5 "- BovernineS hZ?i2'?M ** h^
portant .1,1.......... "r 'nclmled Jews .... ,_
Portant delegation -ent ,Z S* Jows an im
Jewi
s Ojnw, am must
it seems that without their p
in a position to make an ''"P""^^
The names of the Jt-w.-. ^ rij
not known at all in the Jewish ^
Kokstem and S. M FlBherg: i J %\
Nemirovsky; F. L Shapiro ana >:
II.. ehfeld and P I IX>'in D r
inwlrenaky. There
Their papers deal 2*^
net- One wonders wh> J
intellectual* have -duapi* jr"
all Jewish cultural instituUoo*
II ;"'^j
"Make H^ toLe^r" ^ t[SSL&StSi^^S: cU^^n^.U*^
ln advancing nuclear sc en" n ,k y'd a m'^or contributed so much to the ^"
m their country Thus, ben revealed for the first time.


rt 26.195S
fS Mark
Anniversary
iening. Aug. 27, is a
lor Mr. and Mrs. Max
339 Jefferson ave.,
married 50 years on
w c\chantfd vows on
tw York City bnok-.in
v evening is the most
ie lor their six chil-
\i ether from vari-
llbe United States in
their Golden Anni-
ictly what they
i re, Mil. Helping
rk the occasion
I Mrs. Jack Gilbert
- lien Gilbert, West
ad Mrs. Sey-
Milwaukee, Wis.
Michael M. Gilbert,
is Mat hew Gcl-
uigeles; and Mr. and
fi; Irgs have resided in
1944! He is a
Seeks
iunc.1 Seat
McBane is a eandi-
nt> council race of
klnesday said that he
qualification! "again
serve North Miami."
I I candidate has
?ii' of Dade county
oi North Miami
lived on North Mi-
ami zoning board
b94S and was elected
for two years
Iges in work for ex-
~Jrliinc*kMr*i
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pn, son of Mr. and
Reich, 6456 SW
nil become Bar
ring Saturday
ices of West Mi-
[Center. Rabbi Al-
lan will officiate,
eighth grade stu-
st Miami Junior
and attends
Jewish Center re-
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BROS ft>./
cat \i'
Gene Troop
Air. mmi Mrs. Max Goldberg
Making the arrangements are the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg have 15
Herman Rosenbergs, of Westmin-1 grandchildren and one great
ster. I grandchild.
pansion of the city's recreation
gram, a pension plan for North
Miami city employees, the opening
of NE 135th st. to Biscayne blvd.,
the improvement of streets and
sidewalks and the reduction of
water rates.
While on the zoning board and
as mayor of North Miami. McBane
says he helped achieve a munici-
pal recreation program and play-
grounds, safety gates at the NE
125th st. railroad crossing, con-
struction of a $4.000.000-gal Ion ad-
dition to the water plant and nu-:
merous other developments.
In 1947. McBane donated 210 ma-!
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member and founder of North Mi-
ami Elks Lodge, he belongs to the
AFL, is married, has one son and
three grandchildren.
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.([>h
Europe's in the news again .. Jj^jjg1^ th, eminent
it'f Jo. w.intraub, Miami Insurance man. ..n a jauni
with his wife.
be hack home m
The Weintraubs, Mends inform US, expect to
about six week-.
And it seems everyone
won't'sVlftheir enchanting home o. ^ Its porti
Anne Burns, it J
The decision has been made- finally
Bind about it. The Robert Levys
1C,keSoe while Doris and Bob are on the "dog circuit.
^Levv^
'x eWry ribbon and prize In current canine
We understand !ha! Mrs. Bernard Baum will know h0 to
lc her daughters next time H ,
The delightful Baum family lives at 4236 \nt
Pricdmans Tour
Mexico, Will
Live on Beach
vk.Kilc" hannan and JJa*
Pr.........m. "jo --yjS
^SfBJUS E iu......
sa Eft- r-
ed the ceremony at P m,
Mlss Herman WM given In mar
,,,',. bj her father Her parents
Mr and Mn Saul Merman.
MiS Alton -d. Miami Beach
The bride *
designed with long
-ilk
ine was u-immed with alencon
the skirl was Pweledin
S with accordian pleating [he
terminated m a c
Iral
.ftetthU story: It seems she visited their daughters, Karen. 13. an
Baupre in Lenox, Mass
lrHer full length veil ol Illusion
tulle was attached to a cap ol rfao
point ,t
She wore a pendant '..... ,f
diamonds from her mothei wed-
i ,i a stickpin ol her
wedding gift to him from
ding
r.;i m at Raunre in I-enox. Mass either, wedding sin o """
V rienSs feH K one of those ballet, art and musk **%** Sr,cimotl
SSSh ,1m youngsters hopping around look,,,, tresartistuau .n ^ Herman .
2E Mack tights, oony tails and pamt-splattered r ,.,. ,.,- cousu Mn Man-
Helen referred to "the other camper- at BaUDW. and chl< Karen ., honor he
, ected 'There are no 'campers' at Baupre tte are all fellOU ^ wmU. organa
gowns and carrit carnations
.. Judy Brown, flower girl, wow
l I.idu
Alpha Epsi.on Phi A.umna. here met at IheRawal ;;;-^'c wh
eve for philanthropy Chairman ol the affair was lovely
Assisting were Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Mrs. Louis Krensky
Greeting follow alumnae at the door was
ami Mrs.
Mrs. Leo
Louise's f.ithor.
had as
n> Ion
\ir Friedman ii the -on oi Mr
Mrs Samuel Friedman, 1738
Marseilles dr His beat man was
i her- w( re Charles S ilomon,
Manui Paul Rosen and Bor-
is Kozolchyk. cousin ol the hi
Mrs. Jos*** Mada
Sidney Lewis.
Incidentally, many people don't know it, but
It il Altimer, has a county named after him in Arkansas.
Jean tell- US that association president Mrs. Marvin Zank
, ^e t- two national officers ol the sorority. Mrs. Dorothy Bock and groom ^ ^ ^ ^
Mrs. Rolland Abraham. piLido hotel, where the bride
tun Field was s'tun'nii in her red'gown at the Mi n Beach pop gro n i wi
ert Sunday evening Her violin playing was a positive
Mr- Robert Miller L
monies Sunday *7
Morn- Skop. CoriX_
Center spiritual leadl/
at his Mud> J
Home
The bride is the
and Mr- Herman Ai
Hth ter Miami The,
ents are the Irvini
Bench
Given in marriage h
and mother, newlywedj
wa- attired in a ba
gown of white nyloal
over taffeta, with a
of French illusion.
white orchids and
a white Bible.
Maul of honor wa<
man. who chose a
of ice blue ehr.walettT
lonial bouquet was of na-
tions
Richard Levin wa-l*>|.
Don Miller, nephew of tftl
groom, acted a- usher.
and ring bearer was
Miller, the bridegp__
Roberta Werner was son
The bride attended 1
High School and the I'uji
Florida. Mr Miller abri
Miami Beach High SthtJl
U. of F. and is present)} a]
University in Lafayette,)]
On the research sUBj
is working toward his I
gree. He is a membaj
Beta Tau social fratenuq,!
10)
to n-.<
ih, i'iiedmans wii
live at 2829
Uriimson. Harris to
Live in Minnesota
At a candlelight ceremony in the j Sigma Fp.-ilon honorarjj
V ontainebleau hotel on Sunday.' fraternity and Sigma H
Aug. 14, 6:30 p.m.. Miss Charlotte i honorary
L Bramson and Bruce R. Harris
were married by Rabbi Joseph
Narot.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Bramson. 301
We
understand -he recently appeared m a .mint rectal at New Sheridan [ter September j^or p]- (.ora, Gables Thp ^j^.
Mana
^ i's Medical Center with another Miami mu-ician. composer
Joan, by the way, is fresh from a concert in CCNY's backyard
!. isohn Stadium.
The Sam Rosts an on their dream trip Sam and Libby left their
i dr hor me travels through Chicago and California
From there to Hawaii, Hong Kong and before thej come
The Rosts probably just don't want to meet the rest Ol Miami in
ipe
>
Muriel Hirseh Pick write- from Europe (there I n'!l
hats -The hat" -till remains her
1 ''
Muriel hei Palm bland home She's
ton hotellii il Cannes where, Il into
F :-ida Sen. R. B. Gautier. .
i Mrs. Louis Haftel. who has a new sh(
Helene l ime buying in Italy before re-
me to add to 1
'
We kei luled at Westview Country Club Sept 3
v.i understand, will be out of
n .
Larry Phyllis Rosenberg leavi their West 47th -I RUUSOn lor
' Washingt) n where they will see Mrs. Clara Spiti, another 1 ..
im there, to New York for a Gotham whirl and visit
. Phyllis' brother, Joe Kaufman, the movie producer
October will be the month ol the Rosenberg return to Miami Beach
i S! bun-, their home city. .
Also awaj Will be Mrs. E. E. Bloom to visit tamily m lane-; \,
later to he Joined bj Mr. Bloom and daughter, Janice. .
Things just won't be the same at the club come dance time mem
say. Weatview president Hal Peiton and his lovelj wlf<
ic guessed it -in Eui
I
Following their
honeymoon, the couplet
in West Lafayette, lad

Mrs. Bruce B. Harris
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
William Harris, of Minneapolis,
Minn.
The bride wore a gown of alen-1
con lace with illusion net at neck-
line and bodice, long torso with
eath 'h train, haze of'
I.ii and (roths net on tulle. She
camel a bouquet of white orchids
adorned with fmimunis and ata>
pnanotfa
Maid Of honor was the bride's
sister, Mi-- I'.mime Braimon, who
n | l;;,ht blue nylon tulle gown
with pale blue roaea. Bridesmaids
Mil I rrv Davis, Mrs Bon-
nie Liebennan, IDai Sandra
Schindler and Miss Mimi August
j were BJOVfted in blue iri-
it taffet : they
and the maid of honor carried bou-
queti ol pale |,iuc carnations. Mr.
Karris ia a graduate of the Univer-
-it\ i I Minneapolis in the field of
engineering His bride ik a stu-
dent at the I niversity of Miami
and will graduate from the I'ni-' l).l,.ly,l).,|K ToUrl
versit) ol M.nne-.ta in St. Paul. C ^''Ul" ;l
Mmn. where the couple will re-.Solllll AllKTIlMj
Mn. *'
Ramona Herman
Marries Attorney
The "i Mi-- l;
Hern Mr and Mrs
David Hern ai Miami Beach, lor
[ Ne< V I David I
d Mi Vbra
Beat I. and
* It veland took placi : mble
We've whipped the envy. We can continue talking about l
Getting to the continent i- reallj easj Simi Julian
Wdnkles. .
The other I I dinner they kit listless Mary Norma
ted she was tired Julian vaguel] said it would bi et the Del
on vacation I
Next ii. thej left their Col
the children with her pan
the Weinkles went. Bon Voj
I
it's diffi thi A. W. Waxcnbergs, who an
South A' cruLse. .. Ai Hei
ol the Bernard Walls to leave their ii; Lido dr
summer i ii N< w York Citj \i- off 1
understand, was youi er Linda with hi Irw.n W*in-
terg. .
are Mrs. WcinbtrtJ, Jackie,
o| the nd Mar.hall. .
We spoke too soon. New- is that Miami attornej Max R. Silver
- Fridaj b) plane foi a business trip to Isri Home.
i- and London. .
side
Following the ceremony a re-
ception and dinner wai held at the
Fontaineble.iu hotel, after which
the eoup'e left for a honeymoon '
trip to Nu-sau.
Best man was Lloyd Harris, the
n brother

Edith, fnend- inform u-. wdl be Miami B i, in
time with their sons, Ira and David, until he return- .. llv !r",m '
ity with
neering di
When the Queen Mary steamed out of New York Harboi A
Mi. and Mrs. Morris Rubin were among passengen aboard
They plan a two-month tour of France. Au.-tna Switzerland and
the French and Italian Rivieras .
Jose* and Sol Goldman write from Duncraggan Inn. Bendetion
ville, N.G., that "it's nice and cool here." Also in the mail are regards
li m Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, who tell us thev are -pending
"a delightful vacation with family" in Fleischmanns, n \
. "' a ii ki : with the Bureau t
maiion In Denver Ceea
mviI1 engineer, and attended Har
vard lav. School, from which he
radoated in 1950
Wei??""5"6 SpendinR ,hp'r I
rhejrWill be at home at 720 85th
m Miami Beach, Sept 15
*'t. AtmM
To IU side on
After a tour at W
and port- in South
and Mr- Arnold
up hou-ckeepingatsni
St.. Miami Beaek
T^ev cre mam* I
'Sunday al theSittaj
H, W Wcrnick
ception and dinpefl
cereinoi'-
The bride is t^
Seima H'd .n da"^
Mr. Wi -..!.. Rua""
ave She **]
her father
Her hu>band il
Bath *
and the late Mr
Tin
Ale. '*
by a TJ,
ideofwbitaataW
' "* .'.ad B-r-j^j
ter- matron "Jjf
khell pink "r"a*^|
p,k carnations *"
ium ^
Bandy Ha1* J1,
rtem alaa atteafl"
wore pin --.
dresses and can* ,
white baskets/1
Dr Jack
man. V****
Bornstein. **-


ust 26. 1955
lugusij
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PAGE 9
I.:: Sheila I. levino
Paul Plans
[With Rabbi
banting of the Sab-
le al Beth David Congre-
| rta I.ea Paul and
rton I ivi formally enter-
;r engagement.
spirit u a 1
Yaakov Rosenberg,
he engaged couple during
i ement is announced
i |e elect's parents, 1255
I lie Rabbi Levy is
[i Mi and Mrs. Albert J.
Maiden. Mass. His par-
brother, Stanley, came
[the ceremony.
j and Miss Paul met at
nr.in Tei v.hile he at-
|l< school for chaplains at
I Air Force Ba-e
recently released from
force alter serving two
j chaplain at Ft. Francis
. Cheyenne, Wyo.
ordained at the Jewish
al Seminary of America
Irork and had served as
JTemple I-rjel in Natich.
Bde ele who formerly
-'i and San Antonio,
ersilf Miami student,
ha- I ciii -et for the
Two I'M <|rads
To Wed in June
Next June two University of
Miami students. Miss Sheila Lois
Levine and Morton Erstling, will
be married.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Levine,
7510 SW 16th ter., announce the
engagement of their daughter to
the son of. Mrs. Anna Erstling, 1524
SW 3rd st.
The bride-elect formerly lived in
Brooklyn. She attended Thomas
Jefferson High School and City
College of New York. She will re-
ceive her Bachelor of Arts degree
in February from the UM. where
she is a member of the campus
Pen Club.
She li also a member of Temple
Emanu-El Young Adults.
Her fiance, a former Chicagoan,
served in the Air Force before com-
ing to Miami in 1943. He will re-
ceive a BBA degree in February
and will then study for his law
degree.
He is a former president of the
Downtown Branch of the Young
Adult League. It was at a YAL
meeting that he first met his fi-
ancee.
Miss Barbara Millman
Barbara's rJVoth
Told by Millmans
Barbara "Joan Millman and How-
ard Alan Meyers have selected Jan.
31 as their wedding date. The
ceremony will take place in Tem-
ple Israel.
Miss Millman is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Millman,
443 NE 95th st., Miami Shores.
She graduated from Miami Edison
High School, attended Barry Col-
lege and is now a senior at the
University of Miami. She is vice
president of the Home Economics
Club.
Mr. Meyers is the son of Mrs.
Eve Hutt Meyers, 1525 Jefferson
ave., Miami Beach, and David H.
Meyers, New York. He received
his law degree cum laude from the
University of Miami.
Miss Kobarta Paul
Its Introduced
to Fiance
l ill marry a
f ie1 while he
I i lea
| parents, the
;,> l.enox ave.,
Arlene Sari
h r fiance, Seymour
*. "i Hi- Bronx, n.y.
is now at-
BCA In.M tute in New
'' Mr. and Mrs.
1 He graduated
R ocevelt High
the Bronx.
i
Miss Arltmt Lurk
Cediman nee
Abelson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory o! the late
LILLIAN CKIMMAN
nee ABELSON
fnrmeriv of
1501 SW. 2()th Avmui
U'tll tai(e place- .
Sunday. August 28m
aY 2 i-.M.
a:
Mr Si mm Mi-moriai.
Park Cl Ml CBM
with
Rahbi Max Sm\hiro of/u'idting
Mrs. Abelson i> survived hy bcr
husband, Edward; two sons,
Donald and Gene; also her
mother, Mr- Yett.i AbeltOfl;
and three listen, Mr. Violet
Mr M.>ry N'rff and Mr*.
Elinor Schneider Arrangements
an in charge ol Palmer's Miami
Mommunt Company. Friends
and relate.. are I Ited to attend.
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Stone Bar >iitzvah
Robert Charles Stone, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Stone, 100 SW
47th ave., was Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Aug. 20. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris Skop
officiated, with Cantor Irving Rob-
inson rendering the musical por-
tion of the service. Robert is in
the eighth grade at Kinloch Park
Junior High School, where he is a
member of the orchestra, playing
trombone. He is active in Boy
Scout Troop 62 and played with
the Massachusetts Indemnity base-
ball team this summer. Among
out-of-town guests who attended
were Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Pinsker,
grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Blum and family, all of the
Bronx, N.Y.
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PAGE 10
Feldstein, Guthmann
Exchange Vows
In a 3:30 p.m. double ring can-
dlelight ceremony on Sunday.
Aug. 21. at the Algiers hotel. Miss
Susan Ellen Feldstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldstein,
126 Royal Palm eve., became the
I de oi Edward Guthmann. BOH
Mrs. Ruth Guthmann. 158 South
SI >re dr.. and the late Eli Guth
ii Joseph Narol offici-
Mrs Donald I evenson, sister of
bride, was her matron of hon-
Best man was Lawrence Guth-
m. cousin of the groom.
Bridesmatrons were Mrs Donald
mack and Mrs Allen Winner.
B idesmaids were Leslie Lipp and
i prj Scope Flower girl was
I thy Barmack, niece of the
mil.
shers included Eugene Mann.
,. Uiam Friedman, Dr. Donald Lev-
on and Donald Barmack
,ir Joseph Feldstein, paternal
ndfather of the bride, flew in
in New York CHv
he bridal gown was styled in
white imported chantilly emhnu-
ed nylon tulle over taffeta in.nl.'
W h a shoulder baring neckline
I short sleeves edged in seal-
i ped embroidery. The lonu torso '
w lice ;iikI bouffant layers includ-1
e< tier upon tier of embroidered
la that formed .i circular train
Her four-tierred veil ot ice blue
-ion \\;i- attached to a match
tulle headpiece She carried
ascade bouquet oi phalaenopsis,
es-of-the-valle} and two white
1 irid orchi Is Her onlj pi<
.cliy was a pearl choker, gift ol
groom an heir-
m i'om point lace handkerchiei
lie bri< e is raduate ol Miami
Beach High School and attended
[Jniv( rsit> ol Florida, where
was a member ol Alpha Fp-
n i'lu oritj
Guthmann is also a graduate
m ami Beach High School, at
;; ded tin- L'niversitj ol Floi
i the i i.i
\ -it\ ot Miami He was a mem
ol Zeta Beta Tail social lra-
t nitj
'111' couple flew to Mexico for
extended honeymoon and upon
"ir return will make their home
81 ins.") !)8th si. Baj Harbor
"l|s

Mm. few-ore" Guthmann
To be Bar Mitzvah
Mel. s,,ii of Mr and Mrs Nathan
Sandbcrg, 580 SW 1st st. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
tug. 27 at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate The
Bar Mitzvah attends Ada Mernt.
where he is m the seventh grade
He I- a pupil in the raUgJoUS school
(.1 the Miami Helm w School Mr
.lack Sandberg, uncle ot the Bar
Mitzvah, will arrive from New
York lor tl i mom
Mona Natalie's Troth J
ItHevealed by Mother I
Mrs Max N Bubrnstem. o 9955
MM Bav Harbor dr. Bay Harbor
,"ands announces the engagement
lIZ-v daughter. Mona Natalie. ...
Pvt Julius B Isrsel
The bride elect la also the (tough
,er o. the late Max N tobtijeta.
lusted from Miami
H,..h school and received her
ol Vrts degree from the
l'niversitj ol Maryland,
Phi sororitj '
Pvt Israel is tl" r '
v,. Hyman Israel. I'nioi
ll, was
minster Hi h -.'I H
||c attended the "'
Maryland undei
1
from the i niversitj ol
land School ol Law
was student chairman ol thi M irj
i.md I aw Review
H,. was a member ol Tau Epsilon
Ph social [raternitj
\i present. Pvl Israel is serving
with the i \nn> He Is sta-
tioned at Fort Hotobird, in Balti-
more
The couple l- planning a fall
wedding ^^^^
At House Tarty
<;,! BrOCh I- attending a week
of house parties at the Del I'ardo
in Miami Beach Highlight of the
affair will be a semi-formal dance
on the la-t evening Sponsors arc i
the BZB Croup ol B'nai B'nth
Beth Tffilah Names Kati
Harry Katz has been named
reader to assist'spiritual leader
Kabbi Joseph Rackovsky at Beth
TfiUh Congregation during the
High Holj I>.>> Katz, who re-
cently returned from a trip to Is-
ratl, resides in Hollywood, FU.
'ponr^5.
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Green, and her sun. who make
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Re sinrnon to
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Begin At Gables Jewish Center
D__; ., I will this year direct a large Sunday
Registration a Coral Gables I hooI chorus
Jewish Center will begin Sunday,
Sept. 4, and run through Sept. 11, j Added feature will be an arts
according to an announcement this and crafts group under the guid-
weck.
Louis Kisner, education director,
stressed Wednesday "the necessity
of registering children for religi-
ous school sessions at an early
age."
ance of Mrs. Bertha Raskin.
According to Kisner, "the Cen-
ter this year intends building up
classes in the eight and nine-year- \i
old group."
l>anls in the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
Son "splashorama" held Sunday eve-
the Treasure Island Pool and Ca-
|Club. Left to riqht (front row) are
Ives, Tags; Elaine Schwam, chair-
^ZB; Myke Stiebel, Tsion; Lydia Met-
JB; Eabs Vinocur, chair, Tsion; and
jerott, Debs. Rear are Bill Kaufman,
IK; Lucky Rorcoe, Shield of David;
Lee Schwartz, Hillel; and Jeff Glasser, Coral
Gables. Not pictured are Larry Lurie, Hillel,
master of ceremonies; and Larry Fames,
chairman. Contest judges were Milton A.
Friedman, national youth commissioner;
Sidney Efronson, chairman of the Greater
Miami BBYO committee; and Mtp. Sally
Wellins, District 5 BBYO chairman.
les Wiil
Conference
to the 36th
ol the Southern
workmen's circle, took
place in Miami
llhis week.
Named from
hi i .! m i Branch
099 were Max
iGleibemUB, Sam
[Kahn and Simon
IS n j (I e r with
ISIrs Sam Kahn
(representing the
Women*! Club.
From English*
hpeaking Branch
1050, Mrs. Philip
Weiner, chair-
m Beach Branch 692. Ab-
pis William Paskoff and
1 i. 692 Women's
Harr> Spivak.
Rossi, principal of the
lonl, will report on the
Int .ii new methods in
pcation.
the delegation will be
pntov. district secretary,
{ling will be Harry Spiv-
ft camp committee mem-
Table Tennis Tourney Due to Open Sunday
Entries are pouring into .the Mi-
ami Beach recreation 'department
office tor th-- 11th annual Miami
Heath table tennis tournament
which opens play Sunday, Aug. 28.
at Flamingo Park tennis center.
Towns represented include Kan-'
Anniversary Concert Due
At Ocean Front Auditorium
Miami Beach Recreation Depart-
ment and the Miami Beach Public
Library will feature on their anni-
versary concert at the Ocean Front!
auditorium. 10th st. and Ocean dr.. '
Monday night, Aug. 29, Barbara
Kostron, concert pianist: Jo-Ann
Byrd. coloratura soprano; and,
Louise Wilkin, accompanist.
In addition to works by Mozart
and Beethoven, Misi Kostron will
feature an innovation by playing
the variation movement from the
"Trout Quintette" of Schubert.
Miss Byrd will sing "Lo, Hear
thl (icntle Lark.'' by Bishop; "Car-1
nival of Venice," by Benedict;
"Caro Nome," from Verdi's Rigo-
letto; and songs from Viennese op-
erettas.
as City, North Bay Village. Tam-
pa., Miami. Miami Beach, Miami
Springs, Coral Gables, North Mi-
ami and up-state entries due in
later.
Players entered u of Aug. 18
include Robert C. Siegel, Mike Bot-
win. Charles DiMaggio, Carole Ann
Dot son. Harvey Winkelstein, Bob
Rothlein, Bernard Stoll. Sylvia
Stoil. Sandy Wruble, Charles B.
King, Jr., Herman Hohauser, Bob-
by Hauser, Sheila Sandier. Susan
Yaeger, Gloria Brickman, Richard
Dessauer.
Jerald Siegal. Joseph Sokoloff,
Jeff White. Gail Prober, Ronnie
Rubin, Norm Brooks. James Dowl-
ing. Bard Brenner, Harriet New-
man. Walter E. Denham, Brenda
Barbour. Carol Levy, Roslyn Ziff.
Billy Tessler.
Arnold Kanov. Judah Ever,
Leonard Finkelstein. Jay Sacks.
Robert Sopher, Richard Sopher,
Chuck Darnico, Rachelle Abrams,
Sandra Weiss, Ben Keats. Beverly
Schiffer, Bonnie Freedman, E. E.
Richey, Barry Halpern.
Robert Strassburg, well known
Miami musician and music director
of the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
listen fo
SCHACHTER'S
New
Yiddish Program
Every Sunday, WMIE, 2 p.m.
and
Saturday, 11 a.m.
THIS PROGRAM IS THE FIRST AND HAS
THE 1ARGEST LISTENING AUDIENCE
>roup Meets
I Row Center Theater
hear Elliott Field in
Friday evening at the
ltd.
Registration Due
Registration of children .for Tif-!
ereth Israel Northside Center re-
ligious school will begin Sunday,
Aug. 28, at the Center, 6500 North
Miami ave., from 10 to 12 a.m. This
will include classes for Sunday
School, Hebrew school. Confirma-
tion and Bar Mitzvah classes. Mrs.
Silas Lakin and Mrs. Morris
Schwartzberg are in charge.
S#" or Phone Me
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Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9911
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Metropolitan Lift Insurance Co.
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Dade
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Phone HI 4-2018
Catering Exclusively to the
Jewish Clientele
We ore one of Miami's Leading
Jewish Monument Dealers
IM ,Counal ol B'nai B'rith Youth began solicitation
fehrT Y.m behaU ol B'nai B'rith's Children* Home in
ird plannin<* th function aro Eleanor Rubin, Ro-
Pi&s J r-A1 CapP" Mi8s Rubin ** Beach coordinator.
U n ^PP ar# Miami coordinators. Assisting in
are Bobbie Gordon, Joan Siegal, Dan Kami*. Linda
' Jackie Rosenthal and Sidney Indgin.
"Buying Quality is
Sound Economy"
!r brings the satisfaction well done.
11 i.ivis peace of mind thru ihfl
year* ahead.
It compels reaped from family,
friends tad sseociate*.
It caiATtl faith m personal intcg*
;.ry.
For ihetc reasons Thurmond Monu-
ment Co. bay only one grade of
material the best ha- one piic*
a fair and |ii.-t one aiul lia- one
qtultty at fair pm
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Featuring Simon Wolff
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Mrs. Siauber
Rabbi Siauber
Kneselh israe!
rters 2 Assistants
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Gertler Elected
Board Director
judge Charles Gertltr wasWed
nesdai elected chairman of tfe
Board ->i directors ol Agudath I*
rael Hebrew Institute, Mcordmi
tl, announcement by David Her-
mon, president.
Elected co-chairman was Ham
Rosenbei i
ed incl ide Morris Babock '
M Berger, Hi rrj x

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Dr. Spielberg Again
Offers Music Award
s ,,,, DrA SSSm Spielberg., w.U agiUn
standing string player, in the Uji
versit) ol Miami*. School oi Musk
pr Spielberg, a violinist with
the I'M ""'" [ri f0f
Friday,
seven yearn, first offered the award
last v
Winners of this first award wore
Lucas Drew, HI. a junior, and Ste*
phan Herrold. a sophomore.
They were selected by string in-
structors in the School of Music
and Pean John Bitter, chairman
<,f the Music school.
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Love's young dreams arc orrBH sn mho by mm obs
insufficient finances. Yet. in the files of Chase Federal
hundreds of cast bJSCOrici ol DO* young couples coot em |: ting
marriage solved this problem.
(Generally, th< v itartud oft hv i onfuk-ntially discussing th<
ing and saving program with one of our friendly officers
Next, they opened individual savings accounts (or joint
in some cases). I a< h w sek they added to them from their p
i h< .vered thai saving tor their "special purpose" was more
fun i!i in careless spending. Dollars that previously evap
thin ail wen..... Dtflg generous i
And i k their financial partnership brought then:
we< long pat tnership.
So, whi uaresa ing toward marriage, or a busi
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.ust 26. 1955
-Jewlsttlcrkiton
PAGE 13
children present a program
d dances. Participating' are (left
. Swartz, Joan Stanley. Linda
Karen Berman, Nancy Stanley,
Joyce Karp. Barbara Brookmire, Adrian Pol-
lack, Barbara Berger and Barbara Parker.
Show was produced and directed by Binnie
Gordon.
leal Association Urges Affliction With Synagogues
Rabbinical As-
| currently in the midst
i mil' to local
fiji need for them to
i with a syna-
11 liter of their
|thc\ are not now a
the many ac-
Ighout the
living through an ex-
period in world
in Malavsky.
chairman of the synagogue affili-
ation committee of the Rabbini-
cal Association, said Wednesday.
Amidst a world of uncertain-
ty, chaos and distrust, there re-
mains only one salvation for man-
kind. That salvation is a return
to religion and the House of
God."
Rabbi Malavsky said that with
the approach of the High Holy
Days, it behoves every unaffili-
ated Jewish individual in the
Greater Miami area to seek af-
filiation with the synagogue or
temple of his choice.
"It is also the solemn duty of
everyone with present synagogue
affiliation to seek out neighbors
and friends who are in need of
a House of God affiliation.
"Don't wait to find attachment
to Judaism and the synagogue in
time of grief and sorrow. Do so
now, thereby finding blessedness
and spiritual contentment during
the New Year and always."
mv ncws
Vets,1 Auxiliaries
Plan Functions
Coral GaMM Post No. 213 and
Auxiliary will hold their annual
rnpmbeThhiip splash party on Satur-
day evening, Aug. 27. at 1335 SW
67th ave. There will be refresh-
ments and games. Prospective
members are admitted free.
Chairmen from each local
Ladies' Auxiliary arc meeting Wed-
nesday. Aug. 31. at Department
President Frieda Levine's bouse to
give committee reports concerning
preparations for the national con
vention of JWV in Miami on o< t
25 to 31.

A highly successful blood donor
drive was conducted by the (oral
Gables Auxiliary recently under
ehairman Jennie Golob. A dozen
pints of blood were donated.

A dinner-dance will be held by
the West Miami Post at the Moulin
Rouge room of the DiLido hotel
on Saturday evening, Aug. 27.

Rabbi Isaac Lerer, of Congrega-
; tion Monticello Park, has been
elected honorary chaplain of the
North Miami Beach Post.
Publishes
is fo Aid
listraiion
schools
k : n? for regis-
[ ason, the
v n is pub-
bulletins,
i men! by
! 1: r, Bureau
High Roll'
mted to
I. KhooJa,
he i bulletin,
I u-e after
\i irriculum
< it- annual
ps no available,
study, for
| ilum in the Sun-
I tud> for the
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published
cial cur-1
Huh de-.
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illetin is
., plan
Ul|
munity

North Dade Accepting
Holy Day Reservations
North Dade Jewish Center this
week revealed that reservation! lor
the High Holy Days are now being
accepted.
According to Rabbi Henry Oko-
lica, spiritual leader, registration
for religious and Sunday school
will run through Sept. 4.
A neighbor's child
falls out of a tree
in your back yard.
Does your liability
Insurance provide
funds for the
medical Mils?
For th answer fo Hilt, or
any othmr i/uvranc* OSSSSSS1
SEE
Arthur M. Kohn
Richard L. Powell
Daniel L. Harris
PHONE
9-7555
KAHN & ALPERT
Insurance Agency
998 S.W. First Street
lUprtiwitlna 1HE TIAVELEBS. Hartford
Plans for the annual boat ride of the Men's Club of Temple
Emanu-El are received by president Allen Goldberg from (left
to right) Irvina Schatzman, Ben Kline and Charles Gaunches.
members of the committee for the excursion. The ride is
scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 9.
Jews from Soviet, Satellites
Arrive as Israel Immigrants
JERUSALEM (JTA1 Twenty-1
five Jewish immigrants from the
Soviet Union and Soviet bloc state-.
hal arrived in this country in two |
deyi In addition, a-party of seven :
Ul nuns arrived to take up1
residence in Russian Ortho I H t n
vent-. One group arriving I
ted of J sffl Irkutsk,
Czernow it/. Vilna and B
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Fridaj evening serv-
ces al 8:45. Saturday moi
vices Joseph
. m and Mrs. Charles Kollin,
. i become Bai V""..n
TEMPLE SMANU-EL v
It ti Sat
,x- morning sen
Itabbi Irving Lehrman will offici
i h on i h<' Weeklj P >i
n Cantor Philip Brummer will
der the musical portions ol the
rgj Dailj services are in tli<'
el ;it a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
id Friday evening services al
, Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
: > late. Saturday morning services
e at 10:45. Cantor Samuel Kele
, r will render the musical por
ti ns ol the liturgy
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at b*30. Saturday morning
-.! vices arc at 9 Rabbi Louis
Rottman will officiate and preach
on the topic: 'The Covenant of
Love." Miiu-ha Is at 5:45 p.m.. fol
I, wed by Shalos Seudos Daily ser
vices will be al 7:38 a m. and 5 19
p.m.
is al 6:30. Louis Spector will spon
sor Shalos Seudos Rabbi I
,AlM di8CusS the Weekly Portion.
|Dail3 servic( ; will be al 7:30 a.m.
6 30 |> hi.
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA
TlON will hold Pi
vices ." N
ice io Rabbi Arii
will preach on the topi<
Role ol Memorj in tl
,n class m Talmud prei
services at 8 a m Ethics "i the
Candlelightini? lime
Elul 8 6:26 p.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Frida) evening
s 3d satui morning ser
. r, a) g Ral i \; 11 I W xmai
p m .
wed I
3ETH PAVID SYNAG0

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ISRAELITE CENTER
1
iss tl Port "ii. with
tor Sat Sail >u rendi i
musii :.l portion "t thi liturgj
Mincha will lie ;>i ti 4."> p m I"!
lowed b> Shalos Seudos I
an' at 8 a m and IS minutes
ire sundown.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridaj evening ser
vices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop
will discuss Jewish Teachings on
Mercy and Compassion." Saturday
morning services are at 9:45. Mar
vin, son of Mr and Mrs. Walter
Goldstein, will become Bar Mitzvah
and chant portions of the services.
The Goldbergs will be host- at
Kiddush.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30. Saturday morning sen i are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern
will preach the sermon. Mincha
Father- will be the subject of a
lecture at 6 p.m. Shalo- Seudos
follow-, with Mr and Mr- Joseph
Schwartx a- he-t-
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Fridaj
evening services at 8:30 Rabbi
Vbraham Herson will officiate and
preach on the topic: "The Securitv
ol Home" Cantor Albert Glantz
will render (he musical portion- <>i
the liturgj Saturday morning
are al 9 with the sermon
^tt.M nv "The Virtue ol
-ehedlllcd ns. i'
Mercy.' K.dd_u-h .il to\.....
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TMwillhold
"fat 8:15
. mthetopH \ i
ftp
Will :
Thclitur^
TEMPLE SINAI ol Holly*
h Heilb.
Harrj Kaplan will officiate in
the .?""
piro Oneg I '"
mornin
ices will be al 0 am
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Fridaj ew ning
services at 8:30, with Rabbi I
Lerer officiatinj and preaching on
the topic 'Mercj is the Overflow
l Justice." During Saturday
morning -ervice- at 9 am Ray
mond Alan, -on ot Mr and Mrs
Martin Wucher. 780 NI 173rd ter..
will become Bar Mit/vah Class in
Talmud meets at 6 p.m.. followed
bj Mincha
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Fridaj evening services at
(, 30 Saturday morning services
t 'i Robert Harvey, son of
Mi and Mrs Joseph Neiman, will
Mitzvah Rabbi H I
h ot Ihe topic
"i Pftay
The Adolescent," *ev. Rudolph
Brill will render the musical por-
1,,,,,- of the liturgy.
? *
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Friday evening 11 let
loseph Mtrol will of-
. t... .l.ieoli Horn
Hi, musical por-
ti, Uttvgj
4 ?
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
Z./H/H/E/E/HJH/H/H/B/3mi
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MlAlfti
mi 'COMF1 BTION oi AN ADWTK ;ai \VDlTri
AND ITS HIGH HOI V D x-i SERVICES
FOR REFORM JEWISH w i
TlON
"vices at 6."
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TWO SERVICES IN THE TEMPI! Al DITORIuUl
AND NEW AUDITORIUM TO Bl I 0NDUC|3
>Y
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
Rjhbi >/ Ttmple Israel
(Anrun Jacob BoRVSTriN
wo Choir
M. MAURICE N. K
Pre\idey\t Union of
Hebrtu CtmrrrtOftJ
Cantor Pm 1 Bfck t,rj
v| Iml or mil ion about Ttmplt Membership mI H/ oh H.I, I*
t flit Offict:
IN
137 N.E. 19th Street
PHONE 9 1757
Doily between 9 a.m. and S p.m.
UUS/H/i
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
': V All Conditional, Bi
935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Dench
Phone JE 81521
that the office is open daily until
10 p.m. for those who wish to
reserve or take their seats, tor
the coming High Holiday Season
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACK0VSKY
Will CONDUCT SERVICES AND DELIVER
THE SERMONS
AND Will CHANT THE SIICH0S SATURDAY NIGHT
Sun. 1 a.m. September 10th
Israel Diamond, President
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEI
Cord'-ollv Invites You To Alien*
High Holy Day Services
at our Temple
320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAl GABIES
Conducted by
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
and
CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON
assures* by
THE CORAl GABLES JEWISH CENTER CH0II
Air-Conditioned ior Your Comfort
For Information Please Call HI 8 8073
Torah Temple
1254 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
ffff.'ff HOLM DAY SI H\I11 s
ot the beautiful end air conditioned
lliliisns luiliioi iniir
10th STREET and AITON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Seats Moderately Priced
Officiotinf:
CANTOR JOSEPH W. MALEK RABBI LOUIS A. CA5SEI
RABBI ABRAHAM M. CASSEl
Make your reservations now by collin, JE M0S2, or bj B4SM at
Temple Office, 1204 West Avenue, Miami Beach
Proceeds for Children
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, pre-nlent
of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women.
Wednesday announced a luncheon
and card party in honor of Mrs.
Louis Wald. of the New York Mh
rachi office, on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Clein, 1860 SW 4th st Pro-
ceeds are for the Children's Village
and Farm School in Ranana, Israel
i The Congregation Anshe Ernes
"MIL CONnilfT tuc uiru ... w......____
Tropical Chapter Dance
Tropical Chapter 678, B'nai
B'rith Women, are holding their
annual dance on Sunday night.
Aug 28. in the Blue Sails room of
t0 Sans Souci hotel.
1
Will CONDUCT THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES AT 23B, CORAl WAY Vj
tjj Friday kWi. September Kith. a. 530 pm W
* SATURDAY, September 17th, and SUNDAY, September 18th M
^ Vom Wppur Serview wm be he^on ""
SUNDAY EVENING, Kol M.lre. September 2rl, ,, Dm
.Dd MONDAY. September 26,h *"
Yiskor Services Monttey, September 26th .1 am
Serv.ce, w, be conducted by our Vice-Pr,,*,,,
CHAZEN MORRIS ZIMMERMAN, ntuseph
Schochres will be conducted bv M
REV. J. GOLD 5!
f0rmtr J"'" '* Center (h
[C "........"......** *- Mr. .. .be .bave .ddrej?
I
I
1
KNESETH ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
M ARE MARY TO ANNOUHCt THAI M *
IMAGtO 1M SERVICES Of
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
AS THI EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR Of OUR MEIREW W*
No will be Mrfrfe*? by Ml Bn*
R ABU ST AIMER will ALSO SI IN CHARGE Of All YOUTH
MUSTEK YOU* SONS AND daughim m*
HiBRlW SCHOOL OPINING ON SffTfUW <*
fOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAU JE l-Wi"
*m
OU* AIR-CONDITIONED SYNAGOGIIi
tfcero mrt onlv a tew seats Mt *"
The High Holy Days
please call lor roar rasenratiaas i***4'** J
CANTOR *****
RAIRI JONAH E. CAflAN
OfWcieftef


August 26, 1955
LEGAL NOTICi
' OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Flle No. A 18947
ler 20722 AeU of 1041
tr IS IIEREHY GIVEN thai
KK CORPORATION, holder
bv TU Certificate No. 1352,
$r 20 th day "f June. A.I>. IMS,
mom ln niy office, and has
plication for a' lax deed to be
,.,,-..ii said Certificate em-
,. following described prop-
ie County of Dad*. State of
to-wit:
Hl.uk I. Earllngton Heights.
.k IS, Page tl. l the Coun-
laeasmenl of said property
.1.1 certificate was In the
; MAI'DE A KRINOLB.
l Kadi ertifi.atc shall l>e re-
nding to law, the prop-
Eribed herein win i>e <>ld to
f dder at the Court House
ii"t Monday In the month
1953, which In the 3rd day
1965.
i< :tih day of August, !!*.">.",
r H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "1 in. ult Court.
i count v. Horldn
. C. STEHRETT.
COUrt Seal) Deputy fieri.
;-y-i6
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS IIKKKIIY niVEN that
llgned, desiring to engage in
jin.l.-r the fictitious name of
ft mii.i.ov co mi <;.\
I. iit J9J2 Coral Way, In-
ii.l name with the
the 'iicult Court of Dade
Kli.i Ida
BRNARD ROBENBLUM
M liKIOEL
Applicant
fnc Ituilding
pa-ll
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKCHV OIVEN that
the underlined, desiring to engage In
hiiHineNN un.ler the fictitious name ..f
MARIA NDGLIA ENTERPRISES .
346 Heybold Hldg.. Intend-, t.. register
said name with the Clerk of th.
rult Court of Dade Countv, Florida
MARIA NBOLIA, Sole Owner
BERNARD B. WEKSLER
Attorney for Applicant
34 Heybold Hldg.
fc736 9/2-S-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnjre In
business under the fictitious name of
CROWN COMMERCIAL CO (n..t
Inc.) at I'. A) }U,x th. North Miami.
Horlda, Intends to register said nam-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
l>ade County, Florida.
rjaoaoa s. talu^f**1**8
Attorney for Nat Hanks
6/26 9/2-9-18
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE I HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage |n
ASt"ci:,1';' It1' njtftloua naVne of
N K -.i.A.T SHS" WORK8. 21
n.bj, hth M intend to register mm Id
Court ",".> '"<<"* of 'theTnrcul
t.ouri of Hade County, Florida
J 111'i ill NHBSMITH
HERMAN T^'
& jclia MARt-rs
.J}VrHeyn for Applicants
riCE TO CREDITORS
[COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE, No. 36044-A
ESTATE OF
KUAKoW. IVccaeed
rditm* and All P> rsnns Hav-
Uemanda Against Said
id ..i h of you, are hereby
j. i ilred t.. pi MODI any
demandi which you, or
have agalnal the
HKN'RY KRAKOW, deceaa-
County, Florida, to
s Judges of i >a.i.
in.I :. .mi. in their
Hi.' fount) CourthoUM In
lit Hoi .la. n iiliin eight
t he date of the
.iti-.n In f Said l.ilms
tain the leva] ...i
.. :..| I.. It.- BWOCn
i .id. hi same
r. i
b. \ l' :
>N KAPLAN
l x il the Last Will
III Ti idaini hi of
fcNRY Kit \K< iW, Dei
II.IM \\ ,\ K M'l.AN
Kxi
UNDEI-. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HERESY OIVEN that
1 Itg to engage III
i- name of
.KS AM" KUl ll'.MKNT, at
Ti rrace, i iolden Shot ta,
intends to reg-
i Ihe lerk of the
J f Dade I 'ounty, Floi Ida
[SANKiiRIi \ HLISTEIN
Kol'T

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deeirlna to encage In
huuln-ss under the fictitious name of
SHORKIIAM NORMAN 1IOTK1.S at
1515 <>cegn Drive. Miami Keach. Flor-
ida, intend to register anld name with
the t lerk of the Circuit Court of !>aile
County, Florida.
!>AV[|> BAM
MIRIAM MASS
AARON M. BANNER, K-.| '
At'"'nev for l>nvlil Ilass and
Miriam Bass
R/28 9/2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (I1VF.N ih.,t
the undersigned, dextrine to engage In
business under the fictitious nam.- hf
THE HOME OF HAVANA CIGABfl
at 1138 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Horlda. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County, Florida.
H/28 9/2-9-18
ridnet poij.ak
Doris i-oLlak
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dc-li ing tu engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....f
IMUOI.AS KQIII'MKNT COMPANY
(not In.- i. at UN .\ \\ r.tth Street,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name v iih the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
J. DolCI \s KAMSAY
OBOROE J TAI.IAM hi-
Attorney f.u Applicant
s/28 9 2-9-18
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Re: ebtat^of3376*--
'A.tB WOl.F BIEOEL. Rlao known
ILil.JZ- "IWL. I teased
NOTi APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
-NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
men m> final report and petition for
Mnal Discharge as Administrator of
the egtate of JACOB W. SIBOEL, al-
eo.known as JACOB WOLF BIEOEL,
alao known as J w 81 BO EL, deceas-
ed, and Vhat on the 16 day of Sen
C!T.i"V9:':'' '.wl" p^'y to ,he <"-
Jr ;2 Coun,y -'udgea of Dade Countv,
Honda, for approval of aaid final
report and" for final discharge as Ad-
ministrator of the Estate of JACOB
n-^^^^'A:.^*" ""own as JAcoh
SScoE,H,?aKU "Uo known J W.
SI MS EL, deceased.
This 18 day of August, 19r>5.
CARL W SnOEL,
As Administrator of the
Estate of
JACOB W. RIBGKL.
also known as .
JACOB WOLF SrEOEL,
alao known as
J w BIEOEL, Deceased
MYbRR. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorney! for Administrator
8/19-26 9/2-9
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned. d.-| ine to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
DELMONICU BEAL'TY HALON, al
Delmoniro Hotel, ISM CoIHni Avenue,
Miami Beach, Kl.irlda. intend to rgtia-
ni nan., wlUi tin- Clark ..f the
Circuit Court <>f Dail. Countv. l-ioiida
MILTON LAURENCE
ANTHONY TERRACCIANO
TURK \ NEWMAN
Attornoya for Delmonlco Beauty Salon
U'n Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. 1-1.i
8'26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ABBEY OF MIAMI & ABBEY CAS-
I AI-S, at 350 N.B. 7.1th Street, Miami,
Intends to register said name with the
lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ABBEY LANE
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney f..r Applicant
III N W, iiMh ave.
S/19-26 /*-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 182322
H/OYD llcFARLAND, Plaintiff
* vs.
JENNIE McFARLAND, Defendant
YOI JENNIE M.IARLAND, are
herebt notified to file your defensive
Plenjllng to this suit with this Courts
lerk. and serv. a copy on Plaintiffs
attorney, HRKBBRT H. H1ITNER
El.. 16J5 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach,
Florbla, on or before October 15th,
1146, else the Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated: August 12, 1985.
E B. LEA THERM AN,
Clerk of the Circuit Cnuit
By It H, RICE, JR..
i?^, 9/2-9 <*.-<> <-'.,k
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY filVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI KOSEBCD. at 1722 W Flagler
'. Intends to register aaid name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
8/19-26 9/2-9NATAUE ^
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN iru
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AM.-STATE RENT-A-CAR CO. I
inc.), at 710 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
Intend to register raid name with MM
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHARLES ROSS
A. It. INFANTE
i nvners
BERT BAOBR
Attorney for Applicant!
1408 Biscay ne Bldg.
8/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctuious name of
NYLON IjACE PRODUCTS CO at
,99 Curtlswood i nive. K.v Blacftjrne,
Jnleiwls to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IIOUTAN T. DM "AK U,,,":,tS
Attornny for A|>pllcant
1713 Congress Bldg.
8/5-12-19-26
INDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ife in
.nie cif
i n.MPANY (not
vi MUtmi,
let ll

PI I ,
I. NIESEN
RCUIT COLF'.T OF THE
CAL CIRCUIT IN AND
COLNTY, FLORIDA. IN
No. 182407
RACK and
ll. URA |l|, ulfe.
I I. \ I Nil ITS,

i.i:i: i 11rook8.
HARLEM I
!"l P I. w KEDE, as
iru tei
W KEDE, INC .
! i Corporation,
DEI KNDANTS.
CE TO APPEAR
ill-: STATE
'.k. also known aa i:d-
'':i:. "' i. imiKiKs,
HARLEM I
" 'I F. L. WEEDB, as
.ii nd ti
. ,l;l:..... Corporation;
.'-" lj .....i and lin-
ing or clalm-
'nj iiiint. title or
ii Hi. prop, rt> hlch is
"i of this suit,
lying and being In
u">- Morlda, and more
"v "s' 'il..... aa follows:
"'"',';- "f LACKA-
VRDhNH. a subdtvl-
""ling to a Plat tin ,-.--
"' Jn ci.,t Book 22.
I'ubli. i;. orda
H.orlda.
'. I' OP Yoit are
''" suit has l., ,n
named Court, bv
-, "'"led, for the
' of the Plaln-
Pertj involved
n> il.';1:,,:,,:v ormwbj
0 "" your Ai.pear-
'for. ,l. l!.,h
In default
i...... Pro
i asalnel yov
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I the undcrMgiiciL desiring t.> engage In
Lbuslness mi.lei the fl.-titlous name ,,f
| CAMPUS CORNER, al KM West
Flagler Htreet, intend t.. resiater aaid
ii mi.- with the Clerk of the circuit
< '..in t of i >ad. i 'ounty, Floi Ida
WILLIAM BRI >v\ N
HELEN II BROWN
HENRY M c\iv
Mi-Mi. | \ppll< ants
2518 W( : I Ii i SI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiilng to engage In
kuslneaa under the fictitious nam. ,,f
SYMPHONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI
at 1941 North Michigan Avenue. \li
ami Bea.h. intends to regtiatei ml
name wilh the Cl.ik of the fir, nil
Court of Dad,- County, Florida
MANN1E S1EGEL, Sole Owner
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attornej for Applicant
I I8.fl I
,1. -
Off
by.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiilng to engage In
business under the fictitious, name of
ALLIED PRINTING AND OFFICE
SUPPLY co. al ma N.B.fFlrat Avi
nue, Miami. Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
HERMAN B NOV1NSON
AARON M BANNER
Attorney for Herman B. Novlnaon
12 19- 26 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
in
Of I
! bus ln< ni lei I..- Ii i
. i H AIM IK S TiiMAT......I'SE
, IIIO N W llth Avenue, Intend
.\iiii the
of I
da
Clerk
< ounty,
ler i i name
' In 'Ir, uit i 'oui i
Florida
GR VZIA.1l MAl'Bl I, la lit
KURT WELLIHCH
All..i i .
hSt 2-9-H __^^_^_^__^__
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d. Irtfl uje in
bualneaa under the fictitious nam. df
IHVV JUNES' Si: AI-ihiiI. ItESTXC
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to
business under the fictitious na
SHERLYN PUBLISHING COMPANY
ii..t In. i. .ii -.. Pol al late I i\.-,
Miami. I- loi Ida, Intends t.. regl l.
ild name \iith the Clerk ..f the
1 D Ii County, Florida
I thli 16th
day of August.
MURIEL NIESEN
M \\ ENGKL, \;<-
;..| Blacayne Building
2-9
-
RANT, al I*.. Sunset Drive,
Gables, Intends t.> register said name
with tin- Clerk of tin- Circuit i
of Dade Countv. rt;Vklii.
S/26--
R< 'DIN"
til
d
(ml..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name af
PAPPY'B BAR, at 420 S.W 22nd lve
int. nils t.. legist,, siiid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade
Count), Floi i.i.i
JULIUS J clIAGNor
KBB8LER \- GARS
Attorneya for Ap|.ii.-.ini
17s; U Flagler St
8/26 /2-!'-l8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business undei the fictitious na
BIMCAYNE BROKERM and BIM
CAYNE REALTY, al in b W. 12th
Avenue, Intends i,, register aaid urh
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
I lade 'oiint y, Kl..... H
LEt i\ i i 'S ii: i; (sole owner)
KEHSLER A GARS
Attorneya for Applicant
1182 Weal Plaglei Hi
x S-12-1S-26
IM.
ii
, "KDERKl,
Pounty,
" '.''.> oi -ugt
II the
Miami.
I, ,'.'.'' August. I!
I. ik ,;ft,tT1"!ftllAN,
'.'' he ClreiU, court
Walntlff.
]?**. Miami. F.rld.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 182131.
VALERIA ZLBKoUSKI, Plaintiff.
\s
STANLEY EURKOW8KI, Defendant.
TO: STANLEY BURKOW8KI
lof.l WoodcreM Avenue
Rlverhearl. New York
You are i, .|iilied to serve a copy of
your anawei t.. the Kin ..f Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to flle the oiiginal answer In the
office of the Clerk of lh< Circuit
Court on or before Ihe 12th day of
September. A D. Is".'. otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint foi Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed bj \
Due,i g| Miami. Florida, this the
Mh day of August. II
R LEATHEBMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I Hide Countv. Florida
Bv WM \V STOCKING
Circuit Court Meal) Deputy C I. rk
MILTON A FBIKDMAN
!>t Heybold Building
8/12-18-16 t/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 182128
VIRGINIA SMITH. Plaintiff.
ibwin M smith. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IRWIN M SMITH. AT-1,
Bog IMS, Naval Air Station
Corpus Christie, Texas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai g Bill of Complain) for Dlvor< i
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a ropj of your
Answer to the Itlll of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's Attorney, anil file the
original In th.- office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
l.'.th day of September. IMS, or said
BUI of Complaint will be taken as
...iif.ssed by you.
DATED: August 8. I8S.V
i: B I.KATHERMAN. Clerk
B) M. i". OREEN
(Seal) Deputy Clerk)
F Vl.K AMES
Attorneya for Plaintiff
MJ Seybold Building. Miami a2. Fla.
r.. BKRVYN I. AMES, of Counsel
I /
NOTICI
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
H,A.NCERY- No- '2'
ROBERT 1NGKA1IAM. Plaintiff,
vs.
SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if living,
but believed to be dead, and
FRANCIS THOMPSON, his wife,
and j her
husband. If any. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA:
TO: SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if liv-
ing, bllt believed to I,,. ,|, ...I
Idence unknown.
FRANCIS THOMPSON, his wife,
and neI
husband, If any: residence un-
known.
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
vlaeea, grantees, creditors,
other parties claiming
through, under 0r against H \ m
I'EI, .1 THOMPSON, if living,
bin believe.I to !,.. ,|,ad; and
FRANCIS THOMPSON, hlg wife.
and her
husband, If anv;
AND ALSO, M to each ..f the
named Defendant indi-
viduals, if th, \ i ,|, ,..,~, ,i then
all unknown heirs. .1,
grante< ci editoi or othei par-
lien claiming by, through, under
or against such Defendants:
.AND ALSO, all other ami un-
known peraona having or claim-
In* to have anv light, till.....
Interest In the properb which is
the subject matter of this suit,
said propert) long and being In
Dade County, Florida, and more
particularly described as fol-
lows:
N'i of SW', of NK\ of RW
'4 of Section _:. Townahlp
k>ul i. Ranee W Baat, con-
taining ". .ores more or less.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
hereto notified that ;i suit has been
filed iii the above named Court, bj
the Plaintiff above named, for the
purpoae ..f quieting title of the Plain
tiff, ll i the property Involved
herelnal Ibed.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file yon, .\,.
a nee I bef ire the i-'tii
and n defa ill
re, a Is Pro
be entei d
a n.I em b of j
IMINK AND ORDERED at the
1 i.-. in Dade County, M
' V ugu si
i: B LEATHERMAN.
1 the Cln I
B) u \l W BTl i. :KIN< I,
Deput) '
BEN BBSEN
Attoiiov ...i Plaintiff
hill Seybold itoUddig. Miami 32, Fla.
i ;6 1/2__
" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Noll '!. is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the inni. signed, desiring lo engi
bualneaii under the fictitious i\. MICHEL'S, MICHEL'S RESTAU-
RANT, MICHEL S KOSHER RES
RESTAURANT AND CATERERS,
MICHEL'S NORMANDY RESTAU-
RANT, and MICHEL'S NORMANDY
KOSHER RESTAURANT, at M6
;i-l Street, Miami Beach, intends to
register Mid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count*,
Florida.
KAYBEE CORPORATION
A Mm Ida Corporation
MONROE DIXON
Attorney fm Applicant
I '.''ii i oral \\ a v
I ll-lt-M I .'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30743-A
In Be: ESTATE OF
FRANK BBAMKIHTER. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Peraona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against -. .1
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present ii/
either of you, may have against t*.e
estate of FRANK BRAMEISTERi
.eased late of I Hide Countv. FIB
to the Honorable Countv Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
'heir office* In the County Courth"
In Dade Countv. Florida, within eigb'
calendar mouths from the date of Che
firt publication hereof Said rla:."1 '-
or demands to contain the legal a-1
dress of the claimant an.I to be svr
to and presented gs aforesaid, or sir
will be barred. See Section 733.1* ot
the 191.", Probate Act.
Date July l!>, A D ltd
/s/ ROSE BRAMEISTER
As Executrix of the Ijjst Will
and Testament of
FRANK BRAMEISTER.
__ Deceaaed.
THEODORE R NELSON
One Lincoln Road Building
.Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Executrix
8/3-12-18-26_________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Ne. 336.'1
In Re: ESTATE OF
MARY K ROBBRTS, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Estate:
You, and each of you ai.- h.
notified anil required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either you, may have against I
.stale of MARY K ROBERTS,
i eaaed late of I lade tounty, Flo
to tin- Honorable county Judgei
Dade Countv, and file the .m.
th. ir of] h.- Count) '..iirtli
in Dade Countv. Florida, within
calendar months from the date ol
fira) publication hereof. Bald ci
or demands o, contain the legal
ore's .,( the claimant and to be av
i.. ..nd pi eeented as afori -..Id, m
will be barred See Se. lion 731 ll i '
the rn'. Probate A< I
I late AugUSi 1. A I i
SHELDON N LELCHUR
\- Executoi ..f the Last \. '
and Teatament <
MARY K. RpBERTB,
11. ceaax i
SHELDON N I.KI.i HI'K
Attoi n, v f,.r Executor
;.11 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
a 12 i'. -'. 1 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the nnd< rslgned, A> inn lo np bualneaa undei the fictitious name ,.'.
HOWARD'S BENDIX LAl'NDl
ETTE, al IM S.W. llth Ave, Inti
1 i.r aaid nam.- with the Cleric
Of tl..... lit Coin I of I lull' 'o
HI..ii
JACK FELD, owner
K ESSI EH .v ti \i:>
tppllcant
1 7>j W Flagli
I 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN I I
the undi rslgned, n ,
indei the fl
AHLE BUILDERS RENTAL BQI
MENT, al ii" N \S' 14th v>.
clerk
if I lade 1 '..nut v i- ,. Ida
\i BEH I" i-1:1:1.1 .'.! w. Sol. 1 >.
G< iLDM \N St GOLDSTEIN
\ 1 t>.i n. rani
SI M .am;, Fla.

. Plaglei SI
> Uls-.'.l I I
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
Ih. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Eol'ITAIILE MORTGAGE IN-
I'MENT Co (Not Inc.), at 1428
DuPont Bldg. Intends to reaiater said
name With the C|. ik of the Cii.llit
of I nidi Countv. Horlda.
MITCH EL KRAMER. Owner
MONROE HIV
Attorney for Applicant
170 Coral Way
/lMt-M /
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1623g
CHESTER ST JOHN, Plaintiff.
vs.
ETHEL ST JOHN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To ETHEL ST J' >HN
lti"1 Biishwi.k Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You ue hereby notified that a Coin-
plaint for Divorce has Lien filed
agalast you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Complaint for Divorce on plain
tiff's attorney, and file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit court, on 01 before the
16th day of September. 111',.',, other-
uatlons of said Com-
plaint (Of Divorce will he taken as
confessed against you.
Dated this 16th dav of August. IMS.
1 1: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
' Dade County, Florida
B) R II RICE, .IR
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE I TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
S/19-26 /2-t
I
SAVI FOR TOMORROW
WHIR! VOU CAN
BORROW FOR TODAY
Savists Accansts IV, % Interest
Persegil Loirs Auto Loans
Nifht Depository
iaki| by Mail
Lottors ot Credit
Safety Deposit loies
Memhrr Feaferal Deveiii
fsisrsscr CerperafiM
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Augus t 26, 1955 LEGAL NOTICi OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Fl le No. A 18947 ler 20722 — AeU of 1041 tr IS IIEREHY GIVEN thai K K CORPORATION, holder bv TU Certificate No. 1352, $r 20 th day "f June. A.I>. IMS, MOM ln niy office, and has plication for a' lax deed to be ,.,,-..ii said Certificate em,. following described propie County of Dad*. State of to-wit: Hl.uk I. Earllngton Heights. .k IS, Page tl. l the Coune rending to law, the propEribed herein win i>e <>ld to f dder at the Court House •ii"t Monday In the month 1953, which IN the 3rd day 1965. i< :tih day of August, !!*.">.", r H LEATHERMAN, Clerk "1 in. ult Court. i count v. Horldn C. STEHRETT. COUrt Seal) Deputy fieri. ;y-i6 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS IIKKKIIY niVEN that llgned, desiring to engage in jin.l.-r the fictitious name of ft MII.I.OV co MI <;.\ I. iit J9J2 Coral Way, In%  i i.l name with the the 'iicult Court of Dade Kli.i Ida BRNARD ROBENBLUM M liKIOEL Applicant fnc Ituilding pa-ll LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKCHV OIVEN that the underlined, desiring to engage In hiiHineNN un.ler the fictitious name ..f MARIA NDGLIA ENTERPRISES 346 Heybold Hldg.. Intend-, t.. register said name with the Clerk of th. rult Court of Dade Countv, Florida MARIA NBOLIA, Sole Owner BERNARD B. WEKSLER Attorney for Applicant 34 Heybold Hldg. fc736 — 9/2-S-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engnjre In business under the fictitious name of CROWN COMMERCIAL CO (n..t Inc.) at I'. A) }U,x th. North Miami. Horlda, Intends to register said namwith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County, Florida. rjaoaoa s. TALU^F** 1 ** 8 Attorney for Nat Hanks 6/26 — 9/2-9-18 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE I HEREBY OIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage | n •AST"C I : 1 ';' It 1 njtftloua naVne of N K -.i. A T SHS" W ORK8. 21 N.BJ, „hth M intend to register MM Id Court ",".> '"<•<"•* of 'theTnrcul t.ouri of Hade County, Florida J 111'i ill NHBSMITH HERMAN T^ !" !" & JCLIA MARt-rs .J}V r H eyn for Applicants riCE TO CREDITORS [COUNTY JUDGES' COURT FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE, No. 36044-A ESTATE OF KUAKoW. IVccaeed rditm* and All P> rsnns HavUemanda Against Said id ..i h of you, are hereby j. i % % %  ilred t.. pi MODI any demandi which you, or have agalnal the HKN'RY KRAKOW, deceaaCounty, Florida, to %  s Judges of i >a.i. in.I :. .mi. in their Hi.' fount) CourthoUM In lit Hoi .la. n iiliin eight t he date of the .iti-.n In • f Said l.ilms tain the leva] ...i .. :..| I.. It.BWOCn i .id. HI same r. i b. \ l' : • >N KAPLAN l x il the Last Will III Ti idaini HI of fcNRY Kit \K< iW, Dei • II.IM \\ ,\ K M'l.AN Kxi UNDEI-. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HERESY OIVEN that 1 Itg to engage III %  iname of .KS AM" KUl ll'.MKNT, at Ti rrace, i iolden Shot ta, intends to regi • Ihe lerk of the J f Dade I 'ounty, Floi Ida [SANKiiRIi \ HLISTEIN Kol'T • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deeirlna to encage In huuln-ss under the fictitious name of SHORKIIAM NORMAN 1IOTK1.S at 1515 <>cegn Drive. Miami Keach. Florida, intend to register anld name with the t lerk of the Circuit Court of !>aile County, Florida. !>AV[|> BAM MIRIAM MASS AARON M. BANNER, K-.| At'"'nev for l>nvlil Ilass and Miriam Bass R/28 — 9/2-9-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (I1VF.N ih.,t the undersigned, dextrine to engage In business under the fictitious nam.hf THE HOME OF HAVANA CIGABfl at 1138 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Horlda. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. H/28 — 9/2-9-18 RIDNET POIJ.AK DORIS I-OLLAK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dc-li ing tu engage in business under the fictitious nan f IMUOI.AS KQIII'MKNT COMPANY (not In.i. at UN .\ \\ r.tth Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name v iih the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. J. DolCI \s KAMSAY OBOROE J TAI.IAM HIAttorney f.u Applicant s/28 — 9 2-9-18 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA RE : EBTAT^OF 3376 *•'A.tB WOl.F BIEOEL. Rlao known ILil.JZ"IWL. I teased NOT i < L E l ^. ,NTENTIOW TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE -NOTICE Is hereby given that I have men m> final report and petition for Mnal Discharge as Administrator of the egtate of JACOB W. SIBOEL, aleo.known as JACOB WOLF BIEOEL, alao known as J w 81 BO EL, deceased, and Vhat on the 16 day of Sen C!T.i"V 9: : '' '. wl •p^'y to ,h e <•"Jr ;2 Coun,y -'udgea of Dade Countv, Honda, for approval of aaid final report and" for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of JACOB n-^^^^'A:.^*" ""own as JACOH SScoE, H, ? aKU Uo known J W. SI MS EL, deceased. This 18 day of August, 19r>5. CARL W SnOEL, As Administrator of the Estate of JACOB W. RIBGKL. also known as JACOB WOLF SrEOEL, alao known as J w BIEOEL, Deceased MYbRR. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorney! for Administrator 8/19-26 — 9/2-9 LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned. d.-| ine to engage in business under the fictitious name ..f DELMONICU BEAL'TY HALON, al Delmoniro Hotel, ISM CoIHni Avenue, Miami Beach, Kl.irlda. intend to rgtiani nan., wlUi tinClark ..f the Circuit Court <>f Dail. Countv. l-ioiida MILTON LAURENCE ANTHONY TERRACCIANO TURK \ NEWMAN Attornoya for Delmonlco Beauty Salon U'n Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. 1-1.i 8'26 — 9/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ABBEY OF MIAMI & ABBEY CASI AI-S, at 350 N.B. 7.1th Street, Miami, Intends to register said name with the • lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ABBEY LANE DAVID LEVINE Attorney f..r Applicant • III N W, iiMh ave. S/19-26 — %  /*-• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 182322 H/OYD llcFARLAND, Plaintiff vs. JENNIE McFARLAND, Defendant YOI JENNIE M.IARLAND, are herebt notified to file your defensive Plenjllng to this suit with this Courts lerk. and serv. a copy on Plaintiffs attorney, HRKBBRT H. H1ITNER El.. 16J5 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, Florbla, on or before October 15th, 1146, else the Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated: August 12, 1985. E B. LEA THERM AN, Clerk of the Circuit Cnuit By It H, RICE, JR.. i?^, 9/2-9 <*.-<>• <-'.,k NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY filVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI KOSEBCD. at 1722 W Flagler '. Intends to register aaid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 8/19-26 9/2-9 NATAUE ^ !" LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN iru the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AM.-STATE RENT-A-CAR CO. I inc.), at 710 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Intend to register raid name with MM Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES ROSS A. It. INFANTE i nvners BERT BAOBR Attorney for Applicant! 1408 Biscay ne Bldg. 8/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctuious name of NYLON IJACE PRODUCTS CO at ,99 Curtlswood i nive. K.v Blacftjrne, Jnleiwls to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IIOUTAN T. DM AK U,,, :,tS Attornny for A|>pllcant 1713 Congress Bldg. 8/5-12-19-26 INDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that ife in .nie cif i n.MPANY (not • vi MUtmi, let ll %  PI I I. NIESEN RCUIT COLF'.T OF THE CAL CIRCUIT IN AND COLNTY, FLORIDA. IN No. 182407 RACK and ll. URA |l|, ulfe. I I. \ I Nil ITS, I.I:I: %  i 11 ROOK 8. HARLEM I "l P I. w KEDE, as %  iru tei W KEDE, INC i Corporation, DEI KNDANTS. CE TO APPEAR •ill-: STATE • '.K. also known aa I:D'•':i:. "' i. imiKiKs, HARLEM I •" 'I F. L. WEEDB, as .ii nd ti l ; l: hlch is •"•i of this suit, lying and being In u >Morlda, and more v s 'il aa follows: "'"•',';-• "f LACKAVRDhNH. a subdtvl""ling to a Plat tin ,-.-"' Jn ci.,t Book 22. I'ubli. i;. orda H.orlda. '. I' OP YOIT are ''•" •' suit has l., ,n named Court, bv -, "'"led, for the • of the PlalnPertj involved n> i l .'; 1:, :, :v ORMWBJ 0 "" your Ai.pear'•for. ,l„. l!.,h In default i Pro i asalnel yov NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I the undcrMgiiciL desiring t.> engage In Lbuslness mi.lei the fl. -titlous name ,,f •| CAMPUS CORNER, al KM West Flagler Htreet, intend t.. resiater aaid II mi.with the Clerk of the circuit < '..in t of i >ad. i 'ounty, Floi Ida WILLIAM BRI >v\ N HELEN II BROWN HENRY M c\iv Mi-Mi. | %  • \ppll< ants 2518 W( • %  : I Ii i SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiilng to engage In kuslneaa under the fictitious nam. ,,f SYMPHONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI at 1941 North Michigan Avenue. \li ami Bea.h. intends to regtiatei ml name wilh the Cl.ik of the fir, nil Court of Dad,County, Florida MANN1E S1EGEL, Sole Owner THEODORE R. NELSON Attornej for Applicant I I8.fl I ,1. Off by. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiilng to engage In business under the fictitious, name of ALLIED PRINTING AND OFFICE SUPPLY co. al ma N.B.fFlrat Avi nue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HERMAN B NOV1NSON AARON M BANNER Attorney for Herman B. Novlnaon • 12 1926 — '• I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that in Of I bus ln< ••• %  ni lei %  I..Ii i i H AIM IK S TIIMAT I'SE IIIO N W llth Avenue, Intend .\iiii the of I da Clerk < ounty, ler i i name In 'Ir, uit i 'oui i Florida GR VZIA.1l MAl'Bl I, la lit KURT WELLIHCH All..i i hSt — • %  2-9H __^^_^_^__^__ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d. Irtfl uje in bualneaa under the fictitious nam. df IHVV JUNES' Si: AI-IHIII. ItESTXC NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to business under the fictitious na SHERLYN PUBLISHING COMPANY %  II. .t In. i. .ii -•.. Pol al late I i\.-, Miami. Iloi Ida, Intends t.. regl l. ild name \iith the Clerk ..f the 1 D Ii County, Florida I thli 16th day of August. MURIEL NIESEN M \\ ENGKL, \;<;..| Blacayne Building — %  2-9 •RANT, al I*.. Sunset Drive, Gables, Intends t.> register said name with tinClerk of tinCircuit i of Dade Countv. rt;Vklii. S/26-R< 'DIN" til d (ml.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name af PAPPY'B BAR, at 420 S.W 22nd lve„ int. nils t.. legist,, siiid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade Count), Floi I.I.I JULIUS J clIAGNor KBB8LER \GARS Attorneya for Ap|.ii.-.ini 17s; U Flagler St 8/26 — /2-!'-l8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business undei the fictitious na BIMCAYNE BROKERM AND BIM CAYNE REALTY, al in b W. 12th Avenue, Intends i,, register aaid URH with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of I lade 'oiint y, Kl H LEt i\ i i 'S ii: i; (sole owner) KEHSLER A GARS Attorneya for Applicant 1182 Weal Plaglei Hi x S-12-1S-26 IM. •II "KDERKl, • Pounty, '.' %  '.> oi -ugt II the Miami. I, ,•'.'.'' August. I! I. ik ,; ft ,t T1 "!ftllAN, '.'' he ClreiU, court Walntlff. ]£?**. Miami. F.„ rl d. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 182131. VALERIA ZLBKoUSKI, Plaintiff. \s STANLEY EURKOW8KI, Defendant. TO: STANLEY BURKOW8KI lof.l WoodcreM Avenue Rlverhearl. New York You are i, .|iilied to serve a copy of your anawei t.. the Kin ..f Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to flle the oiiginal answer In the office of the Clerk of lh< Circuit Court on or before Ihe 12th day of September. A D. Is".'. otherwise, the Bill of Complaint foi Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed bj \ Due,i g| Miami. Florida, this the Mh day of August. II R LEATHEBMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Hide Countv. Florida Bv WM \V STOCKING • Circuit Court Meal) Deputy C I. rk MILTON A FBIKDMAN !>t Heybold Building 8/12-18-16 — t/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 182128 VIRGINIA SMITH. Plaintiff. IBWIN M SMITH. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IRWIN M SMITH. AT-1, Bog IMS, Naval Air Station Corpus Christie, Texas YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai g Bill of Complain) for Dlvor< i has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a ropj of your Answer to the Itlll of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, anil file the original In th.office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the l.'.th day of September. IMS, or said BUI of Complaint will be taken as ...iif.ssed by you. DATED: August 8. I8S.V i: B I.KATHERMAN. Clerk B) M. i". OREEN (Seal) Deputy Clerk) F Vl.K AMES Attorneya for Plaintiff MJ Seybold Building. Miami a2. Fla. r.. BKRVYN I. AMES, of Counsel I — / NOTICI NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN £ H A NCERY No '2' ROBERT 1NGKA1IAM. Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if living, but believed to be dead, and FRANCIS THOMPSON, his wife, and j her husband. If any. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if living, bllt believed to I,,. ,|, ...I Idence unknown. FRANCIS THOMPSON, his wife, and neI husband, If any: residence unknown. ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, vlaeea, grantees, creditors, other parties claiming through, under 0 r against H \ M I'EI, .1 THOMPSON, if living, bin believe. I to !,.. ,|,ad; and FRANCIS THOMPSON, hlg wife. and her husband, If anv; AND ALSO, M to each ..f the • named Defendant individuals, if th, \ i„ ,|, ,..,~, ,i then all unknown heirs. .1, grante< ci editoi %  or othei parlien claiming by, through, under or against such Defendants: .AND ALSO, all other ami unknown peraona having or claimIn* to have anv light, till Interest In the properb which is the subject matter of this suit, said propert) long and being In Dade County, Florida, and more •particularly described as follows: N'I of SW', of NK\ of RW 4 of Section •_•:•. Townahlp k>ul i. Ranee W Baat, containing ". .ores more or less. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereto notified that ;i suit has been filed iii the above named Court, bj the Plaintiff above named, for the purpoae ..f quieting title of the Plain tiff, ll i the property Involved herelnal Ibed. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file yon, .\,. a nee I bef ire the i-'tii and n defa ill re, a Is •• Pro be entei • d a n.I em b of j IMINK AND ORDERED at the 1 i.-. in Dade County, M •' V ugu si i: B LEATHERMAN. 1 the Cln I B) u \l W BTl i. :KIN< I, Deput) BEN BBSEN Attoiiov ...i Plaintiff hill Seybold itoUddig. Miami 32, Fla. i ;6 — 1/ 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Noll '!•. is HEREBY GIVEN thai the inni. signed, desiring lo engi bualneaii under the fictitious i\., A D ltd /s/ ROSE BRAMEISTER As Executrix of the Ijjst Will and Testament of FRANK BRAMEISTER. __ Deceaaed. THEODORE R NELSON One Lincoln Road Building .Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Executrix 8/ 3-12-18-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Ne. 336.'1 In Re: ESTATE OF MARY K ROBBRTS, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Hiving Claims or Demands Against Estate: You, and each of you ai.h. notified anil required to present any claims and demands which you. or either ••! you, may have against I %  .stale of MARY K ROBERTS, i eaaed late of I lade %  tounty, Flo to tinHonorable county Judgei Dade Countv, and file the .m. th. ir of] h.Count) '..iirtli in Dade Countv. Florida, within • calendar months from the date ol fira) publication hereof. Bald ci or demands o, contain the legal ore's .,( the claimant and to be av i.. ..nd pi eeented as afori -..Id, m will be barred See Se. lion 731 ll i the rn'. Probate A< I I late AugUSi 1. A I i SHELDON N LELCHUR \Executoi ..f the Last \. and Teatament ••< MARY K. RpBERTB, 11. ceaax i SHELDON N I.KI.i HI'K Attoi n, v f,.r Executor ;.11 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida a 12 i'. -•'. — 1 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the nnd< rslgned, A> %  inn lo np tppllcant 1 7>J W Flagli • • I 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVEN I I the undi rslgned, n indei the fl AHLE BUILDERS RENTAL BQI MENT, al %  ii" N \S' 14th v>. %  clerk • %  if I lade 1 '..nut v i,. Ida \i BEH I" i-1:1:1.1 •.'.! w. Sol. 1 >•. G< iLDM \N St GOLDSTEIN \ 1 t>.i n. rani SI M .am;, Fla. • Plaglei SI > Uls-.'.l — I I UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN that Ih. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Eol'ITAIILE MORTGAGE INI'MENT Co (Not Inc.), at 1428 DuPont Bldg. Intends to reaiater said name With the C|. ik of the Cii.llit of I nidi Countv. Horlda. MITCH EL KRAMER. Owner MONROE HIV Attorney for Applicant 170 Coral Way %  /lMt-M — / IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1623g CHESTER ST JOHN, Plaintiff. vs. ETHEL ST JOHN, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To ETHEL ST J' >HN lti"1 Biishwi.k Avenue Brooklyn, New York You ue hereby notified that a Coinplaint for Divorce has Lien filed agalast you, and you are he reb y required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce on plain tiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit court, on 01 before the 16th day of September. 111',.',, otheruatlons of said Complaint (Of Divorce will he taken as confessed against you. Dated this 16th dav of August. IMS. 1 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida B) R II RICE, .IR (Seal) Deputy Clerk GEORGE I TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. S/19-26 — /2-t I SAVI FOR TOMORROW WHIR! 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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN TER will hold Fridaj evening servces al 8:45. Saturday moi vices Joseph M and Mrs. Charles Kollin, i become Bai V""..n TEMPLE SMANU-EL v It ti Sat ,xmorning sen Itabbi Irving Lehrman will offici i h on i h<' Weeklj P >i • n Cantor Philip Brummer will der the musical portions ol the rgj Dailj services are in tli<' el ;it a.m. and 6:45 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will • id Friday evening services al Rabbi Leon Kronish will of: %  > late. Saturday morning services e at 10:45. Cantor Samuel Kele r will render the musical por ti ns ol the liturgy BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at b*30. Saturday morning -.! vices arc at 9 Rabbi Louis Rottman will officiate and preach on the topic: 'The Covenant of Love." Miiu-ha Is at 5:45 p.m.. fol I, wed by Shalos Seudos Daily ser vices will be al 7:38 a m. and 5 19 p.m. is al 6:30. Louis Spector will spon sor Shalos Seudos Rabbi I AlM di8C us S the Weekly Portion. |Dail 3 servic( ; will be al 7:30 a.m. 6 30 |> HI. BET H RAPHAEL CONGREGA TlON will hold Pi %  • % % %  %  vices ." N ice io Rabbi Arii will preach on the topi< Role ol Memorj in tl n %  class m Talmud prei services at 8 a m Ethics "i the Candlelightini? lime Elul 8 — 6:26 p.m. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) evening • s 3d satui %  morning ser r a) g Ral i \; 11 •• I W xmai p m wed I 3ETH PAVID SYNAG0 %  I %  ISRAELITE CENTER 1 iss tl %  Port "ii. with tor Sat Sail >u rendi i musii :.l portion "t thi liturgj Mincha will lie ;>i ti 4."> p m I"! lowed b> Shalos Seudos I an' at 8 a m and IS minutes ire sundown. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridaj evening ser vices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss Jewish Teachings on Mercy and Compassion." Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Mar vin, son of Mr and Mrs. Walter Goldstein, will become Bar Mitzvah and chant portions of the services. The Goldbergs will be hostat Kiddush. • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning sen ii the liturgj Saturday morning are al 9 with the sermon •^tt.M nv "The Virtue ol -ehedlllcd ns. i' Mercy.' K.dd_u-h .il to\ NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN TMwillhold "fat 8:15 .„ mthetopH \ i ftp Will : Thclitur^ • TEMPLE SINAI ol Holly* h Heilb. Harrj Kaplan will officiate in the .?„"" piro Oneg I '" mornin ices will be al 0 am MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj ew ning services at 8:30, with Rabbi I Lerer officiatinj and preaching on the topic 'Mercj is the Overflow „l Justice." During Saturday morning -erviceat 9 am Ray mon d Alan, -on ot Mr and Mrs Martin Wucher. 780 NI 173rd ter.. will become Bar Mit/vah Class in Talmud meets at 6 p.m.. followed bj Mincha • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridaj evening services at (, 30 Saturday morning services t 'i Robert Harvey, son of Mi and Mrs Joseph Neiman, will Mitzvah Rabbi H I h ot Ihe topic "i Pftay The Adolescent," *ev. Rudolph Brill will render the musical por1,,,,,of the liturgy. &f TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Friday evening %  11 let loseph Mtrol will of. t... .l.ieoli Horn Hi, musical porti, Uttvgj 4 • &f KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAZ./H/H/E/E/HJH/H/H/B/3mi TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MlAlfti mi 'COMF1 BTION oi AN ADWTK ;AI \VDlTri AND ITS HIGH HOI V D x-i SERVICES FOR REFORM JEWISH w i TlON %  "vices at 6." tor A1 '— s,T £ i m u icai i"rtim S ; B a i M lm '' loBaT •I'll obsen LC t\l TWO SERVICES IN THE TEMPI! Al DITORIuUl AND NEW AUDITORIUM TO Bl I 0NDUC|3 >Y DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT Rjhbi >/ Ttmple Israel (AN r un JACOB BoRVSTriN wo CHOIR M. MAURICE N. K Pre\idey\t Union of Hebrtu CtmrrrtOftJ CANTOR PM 1 BFCK t,rj v| Iml or mil ion about Ttmplt Membership MI H/ oh H.I, I* %  t flit Offict: IN 137 N.E. 19th Street PHONE 9 1757 Doily between 9 a.m. and S p.m. UUS/H/i CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH ': V All Conditional, Bi 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Dench Phone JE 81521 that the office is open daily until 10 p.m. for those who wish to reserve or take their seats, tor the coming High Holiday Season RABBI JOSEPH E. RACK0VSKY Will CONDUCT SERVICES AND DELIVER THE SERMONS AND Will CHANT THE SIICH0S SATURDAY NIGHT Sun. 1 a.m. September 10th Israel Diamond, President CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEI Cord'-ollv Invites You To Alien* High Holy Day Services at our Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAl GABIES Conducted by RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP and CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON assures* by THE CORAl GABLES JEWISH CENTER CH0II Air-Conditioned ior Your Comfort For Information Please Call HI 8 8073 Torah Temple 1254 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ffff.'ff HOLM DAY SI H\I11 s ot the beautiful end air conditioned lliliisns luiliioi iniir 10th STREET and AITON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Seats Moderately Priced Officiotinf: CANTOR JOSEPH W. MALEK RABBI LOUIS A. CA5SEI RABBI ABRAHAM M. CASSEl Make your reservations now by collin, JE M0S2, or bj B4SM at Temple Office, 1204 West Avenue, Miami Beach Proceeds for Children Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, pre-nlent of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women. Wednesday announced a luncheon and card party in honor of Mrs. Louis Wald. of the New York Mh rachi office, on Tuesday, Aug. 30. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Clein, 1860 SW 4th st Proceeds are for the Children's Village and Farm School in Ranana, Israel i The Congregation Anshe Ernes "MIL CONnilfT TUC uiru ... w Tropical Chapter Dance Tropical Chapter 678, B'nai B'rith Women, are holding their annual dance on Sunday night. Aug 28. in the Blue Sails room of t0 Sans Souci hotel. 1 Will CONDUCT THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES AT 23B, CORAl WAY Vj tjj FRIDAY kWi. September Kith. a. 530 pm W SATURDAY, September 17th, and SUNDAY, September 18th M ^ Vom Wppur Serview wm be he^on "" SUNDAY EVENING, Kol M.lre. September 2r„l, ,, Dm .Dd MONDAY. September 26,h *" Yiskor Services Monttey, September 26th .1 „ am Serv.ce, w be conducted by our Vice-Pr,,*,,, CHAZEN MORRIS ZIMMERMAN, ntuseph Schochres will be conducted bv M REV. J. GOLD 5! f0rmtr J "'" • %  Center (h [C ** • Mr. .. .be .bave .ddrej? I I 1 KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach M ARE MARY TO ANNOUHCt THAI M IMAGtO 1M SERVICES Of Rabbi Sherwin Stauber AS THI EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR Of OUR MEIREW W* No will be Mrfrfe*? by Ml Bn* R ABU ST AIMER will ALSO SI IN CHARGE Of All YOUTH MUSTEK YOU* SONS AND DAUGHIM M* HiBRlW SCHOOL OPINING ON SffTfUW <* fOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAU JE l-Wi" *m OU* AIR-CONDITIONED SYNAGOGIIi tfcero mrt onlv a tew seats Mt *" The High Holy Days please call lor roar rasenratiaas i*** 4 '** J CANTOR ***** RAIRI JONAH E. CAflAN OfWcieftef



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Lgust 26, 1955 + k**l%tfk>rMk*ri EJTalent Helped Father %  Now He Helps Anshe Ernes lafo, M"rris Zimmerj cargo hold was the Torah which I hii death bad in Chihe and his son are jointly present %  j, he igrateful for the inn the Miami congregation. The' [ill .il his son, Dr. Jack Scroll comes from n synagogue in vrho helped him pull the Windy City founded by Mr. Zimmerman and of wjych Dr. Jack ctic vice president of is now president. whti L>' F"r adhVd mm. urc. Or .tnr-k will ; 'Turnirfftwo twnuttt'til vrrvM man lies for the Torah. Anrtther ion, A I. also of Chicago, plans t<. pre sent Anshe Ernes with a third. The Scroll of Law and the thfee mantles will lw_givw. HVh onor oi Mr Zimmerman's late wife, Celia. Dr. Jack expects to be visiting his father in Miami along about January or February. A Siyum Hatorah is being planned for that occasion. |i:c^ao iful e.Mate oserh iwing tangibla evi. i itftude. acting aa the instrum currently preI ,, I ,iu to Anshe j Zimmerman, who has Lniao lor the past nine IV IM DOW resides at 28 i,al Gables, recently rei Chicago hy plane, in the giant airplahVi Women ictivities tmg the Greater Miami ^Pioneer Women's 30th (..nvention, to be held Canada. Oct. 23 to 26, Jacob Raffel, record|ry of the Council for to terms, who was re|.-l president of Kadiul the organization. Pushkin, president of Wolhen Council, re| Miami Beach Clubs I tct to have a delegate HUT represent this arkernational convention. 29 ii eeting i.planned I Women. Club II. to plant for the f to di .CUSS shkolim I %  on the i back many of be Welcomed kfe Saturday F' %  i id in coWOmen. Gur "id. is [ Mr and \nn:i front laplace on I '". in Har| Bl Washington Ol many Zinmunal organisations Ic honored gue.sts the members_who have been away from Miami Beach for the summer. In addition. Mrs Minnie Shubow will entertain wifh readings. Mrs. Ida Jacoos, president, announced that .the Kneseth Israel Congregation^ 14J5 Euclid ave., will be the scene of the 8:15 p.m. meeting. • • Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women will have its first regular meeting of -the 1955-56 season Thursday. Sept. 8, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 SW 12th ave. Mrs. Albert, Shkoler. program, chairman, announced, thaiMrs. Henry Seitlin, ,T pionexr" Pioneer" | Woman in (Heat-r Mmi. will be j Hi speaker. MM Beitlin, who' recently returned from a trip to Israel, will report on Pioneer Women and Mi.it/-t Hapoalot pr< and M tn ities there. A board meeting held Thui at the home oj Mi Jacob \ I sw 25th ave., eomi for Ihe i %  -: me I other evei Is ( I the near ful I Fontainebleau Facilities Open to Organizations The Fontainebleau hotel this week revealed that its management iavailable to assist local business organizations in commemorating special functions. I'artu al the I"ontaineMentf can talft then tnrm nf M dinner vi-arki-, luncheon or HaW.'itery iatfeffM dinner. The hourbanquet office is slatted with men and women Irani Cd in the field of offering guid. ance to firms thai may wish to honor an employee or to mark their anniversor) date The Fontainebleau offers a koshPAGE 3 er dining room for organizations requiring it, with catering Dy Harfenist. "Agent 837," a novel by Yehuda FJberg, of 550 15th St., Miami Beach, has been published in Spanish by the Candelabra Publishing House, Buenos Aires. The novel, which was dramatized and played at the "Soleil" theatre in Buenos Aires, appeared originally in Yiddish. It won the award of the Congress for Jewish Culture and was praised in the "International PEN Bulletin of Selected Books." YOUR CHIID... Through a well planned and carefully guided Kindergarten and primary school program, YOUR CHIID will be provided with rich and meaningful group experiences designed to develop proper social habits and positive basic attitudes — all in a happy and culturally rich environment. TRANSPORTATION AND IUNCHES PROVIDED REGISTER YOUR CHIID TODAY limited Enrollment THE HEBREW ACADEMY 918 • 6th Street, Miami Beach Phone JE 8-4641 Tifereth Israel Northside Center 6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE announces Diyniiied High Holiday tSmwUm AT OUR AIR CONDITIONED TEMPIE Conducted by RABBI ABRAHAM HERSON and CANTOR ALBERT GLANTZ Reservations may be made daily from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., evenings from 100 HA to 1 OHM p.m., mid Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Center. FOR INFORMATION CAU 88*47*, 8f-tS er 14*242 Selkhos Services Saturday, September 10th, at 12:00 midnight. Skull caps, prayer books, Toleisim distributed to all wershippers. Official registration for Hebrew School, Sunday School, Confirmation and %  er Mitivah Class from Sunday, August 21th, to Sunday, October 16th. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 J: < 4 4 4 i i < < v< ii 4 4 < 4 4 4 :; ii : Tower Tackle Co. 7th AVE.,, MIAMI 2IS7 N.W 100 8 .N :E .0th. AVE. I i LAUDED Top Quality ktarchandiu at Florida's Lowest Prices FISHING TACKLE SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY "KNOWN FROM COAST-TO-COAST" Move Their Offices Henry M. fain and Arthur D. Deckelman announce the removal of their offices for the general practice of law from 2518 West er i to the newlj constructed Eficei al 29&0 West I lor. Both fain ami Deckel man ire graduates ol the University of Miami law school. THE BETH El HEBREW ACADEMY Miami's Only Hebrew III nay Sehooi has enlarge its facilities and is now registering childran in the following departments: KINDERGARTEN GRADE 1 GRADE 11 GRADE 111 GRADE IV We offer an intensive, traditional Jewish education with a well integrated and progressive program oi general studies —modernity of pedagogical methods—fully accredited by the County School System — certified, expert and experienced teachers — modern and well-ventilated and bestequipped classrooms — excellent playground facilities — daily hot lunches — fully insured bus service — reasonable tuition — limited number of pupils per teacher. ENROLL YOUR CHILD IMMEDIATELY come, write or phone THE BETH EL HEBREW ACADEMY 500 S.W. 17th Avenue Phone 9-2004 A parent is never so tall as when he stoops to bring his child closer to his heritage and dastiny. >•*•.•'**-•" )er b facWe* tor WEDD\yGS 4f A 7 tH IMP** 1 misiitt D.HHW* "V Incomparablelntmosphere for BIRTADSy PARTIES mime mmmmttma :—i—S 'for; iniftntfW00 ,H.,..H6S" W (Ml *>^t§;fflfl5*foir OIFJGE ARTIES WE ARI NOT AFFECTED DY THE STRIKE DELANO HOTEL MEMBER DINERS CLUB MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA JEfferson 8-7881



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FAGE8 .(•[>h Europe's in the news again .. Jj^jjg 1 ^ th eminent it'f Jo. w.intraub, Miami Insurance man. ..n a jauni with his wife. be hack home m The Weintraubs, Mends inform US, expect to about six week-. And it seems everyone won't'sVlftheir enchanting home o. ^ Its porti Anne Burns, it J The decision has been madefinally Bind about it. The Robert Levys 1C,ke So e while Doris and Bob are on the "dog circuit. ^Levv^ x e W ry ribbon and prize In current canine We understand !ha! Mrs. Bernard Baum will know h0 to lc her daughters next time H The delightful Baum family lives at 4236 \nt Pricdmans Tour Mexico, Will Live on Beach vk.Kilc" hannan and JJa* Pr m. "jo --yjS ^•SfBJUS E IU %  sa Eft- r — ed the ceremony at P m, Mlss Herman WM given In mar ,,,',. bj her father Her parents Mr and Mn Saul Merman. MiS Alton -d. Miami Beach The bride designed with long -ilk ine was u-immed with alencon the skirl was Pweledin S with accordian pleating [he terminated m a c Iral .ftetthU story: It seems she visited their daughters, Karen. 13. an Baupre in Lenox, Mass lr Her full length veil ol Illusion tulle was attached to a cap ol rfao point ,t She wore a pendant '• ,f diamonds from her mothei wedi ,i a stickpin ol her wedding gift to him from ding r.;i m at Raunre in I-enox. Mass either, wedding sin o """ •• V rienSs feH K one of those ballet, art and musk **%** S r,„cimotl SSSh ,1m youngsters hopping around look,,,, tresartistuau .n ^ Herman 2E Mack tights, oony tails and pamt-splattered r „,„„.,. „, ,„.,cousu Mn ManHelen referred to "the other camperat BaUDW. and chl< Karen „.„, „, honor he %  ected 'There are no 'campers' at Baupre tte are all fellOU ^ wmU organa gowns and carrit • carnations .. Judy Brown, flower girl, wow l I.idu Alpha Epsi.on Phi A.umna. here met at IheRawal ;;•;-^' c wh eve for philanthropy Chairman ol the affair was lovely Assisting were Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Mrs. Louis Krensky Greeting follow alumnae at the door was ami Mrs. Mrs. Leo Louise's f.ithor. had as n> Ion \i r Friedman ii the -on oi Mr Mrs Samuel Friedman, 1738 Marseilles dr His beat man was i herw( re Charles S ilomon, Manui Paul Rosen and Boris Kozolchyk. cousin ol the hi Mrs. Jos*** Mada Sidney Lewis. Incidentally, many people don't know it, but It il Altimer, has a county named after him in Arkansas. Jean tellUS that association president Mrs. Marvin Zank „, ^e ttwo national officers ol the sorority. Mrs. Dorothy Bock and groom ^ ^ ^ ^ Mrs. Rolland Abraham. piLido hotel, where the bride tun Field was s'tun'nii in her red'gown at the Mi n Beach pop gro n i wi ert Sunday evening Her violin playing was a positive MrRobert Miller L monies Sunday *7 MornSkop. CoriX_ Center spiritual leadl/ at his Mud> ,„ J Home %  The bride is the and MrHerman Ai Hth ter Miami The, ents are the Irvini Bench Given in marriage h and mother, newlywedj waattired in a ba gown of white nyloal over taffeta, with a of French illusion. white orchids and a white Bible. Maul of honor wa< man. who chose a of ice blue ehr.walettT lonial bouquet was of nations Richard Levin wa-l*>|. Don Miller, nephew of tftl groom, acted ausher. and ring bearer was Miller, the bridegp Roberta Werner was SON The bride attended 1 High School and the I'uji Florida. Mr Miller abri Miami Beach High SthtJl U. of F. and is present)} a] University in Lafayette,)] On the research sUBj is working toward his I gree. He is a membaj Beta Tau social fratenuq,! 10) to n-.< %  ih, i'i i edmans wii live at 2829 Uriimson. Harris to Live in Minnesota At a candlelight ceremony in the j Sigma Fp.-ilon honorarjj V ontainebleau hotel on Sunday.' fraternity and Sigma H Aug. 14, 6:30 p.m.. Miss Charlotte i honorary L Bramson and Bruce R. Harris were married by Rabbi Joseph Narot. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Bramson. 301 We understand -he recently appeared m a .mint rectal at New Sheridan [ter September j^ or p] ( ora Gables Thp ^j^. Mana ^ i's Medical Center with another Miami mu-ician. composer Joan, by the way, is fresh from a concert in CCNY's backyard !. isohn Stadium. The Sam Rosts an on their dream trip Sam and Libby left their i dr hor me travels through Chicago and California From there to Hawaii, Hong Kong and before thej come The Rosts probably just don't want to meet the rest Ol Miami in ipe > Muriel Hirseh Pick writefrom Europe (there I n'!l hats -The hat" -till remains her 1 '' Muriel hei Palm bland home She's ton hotellii il Cannes where, Il into F :-ida Sen. R. B. Gautier. %  i • Mrs. Louis Haftel. who has a new sh( Helene l ime buying in Italy before reme to add to 1 We kei luled at Westview Country Club Sept 3 %  v.i understand, will be out of n Larry • Phyllis Rosenberg leavi their West 47th -I RUUSOn lor Washingt) n where they will see Mrs. Clara Spiti, another 1 %  .. %  im there, to New York for a Gotham whirl and %  visit Phyllis' brother, Joe Kaufman, the movie producer October will be the month ol the Rosenberg return to Miami Beach • i S! bun-, their home city. Also awaj Will be Mrs. E. E. Bloom to visit tamily m lane-; \, later to he Joined bj Mr. Bloom and daughter, Janice. Things just won't be the same at the club come dance time mem say. Weatview president Hal Peiton and his lovelj wlf< ic guessed it -in Eui I Following their honeymoon, the couplet in West Lafayette, lad Mrs. Bruce B. Harris groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Harris, of Minneapolis, Minn. The bride wore a gown of alen-1 con lace with illusion net at neckline and bodice, long torso with eath 'h train, haze of' I. II %  and (roths net on tulle. She camel a bouquet of white orchids adorned with fmimunis and ata> pnanotfa Maid Of honor was the bride's sister, Mi-I'.mime Braimon, who n | l;;,ht blue nylon tulle gown with pale blue roaea. Bridesmaids Mil I • rrv Davis, Mrs Bonnie Liebennan, IDai Sandra Schindler and Miss Mimi August j were BJOVfted in blue iriit taffet : they and the maid of honor carried bouqueti ol pale |,iuc carnations. Mr. Karris ia a graduate of the Univer-it\ i I Minneapolis in the field of engineering His bride IK a student at the I niversity of Miami and will graduate from the I'ni-' l). l ,. l y, l) .,|K ToUrl versit) ol M.nne-.ta in St. Paul. C ^'' U l ;l Mmn. where the couple will re-.Solllll AllKTIlMj Mn. ••*' Ramona Herman Marries Attorney The "i Mi-l; Hern Mr and Mrs David Hern ai Miami Beach, lor [ Ne< V I David I d Mi Vbra Beat I. and It veland took placi : mble We've whipped the envy. We can continue talking about l Getting to the continent ireallj easj Simi Julian Wdnkles. The other I I dinner they kit listless Mary Norma ted she was tired Julian vaguel] said it would bi et the Del on vacation I Next ii. thej left their Col the children with her pan the Weinkles went. Bon Voj I it's diffi thi A. W. Waxcnbergs, who an South A' cruLse. .. Ai Hei ol the Bernard Walls to leave their ii; Lido dr summer i ii N< w York Citj \i%  off 1 understand, was youi er Linda with hi • Irw.n W*interg. are Mrs. WcinbtrtJ, Jackie, o| the nd Mar.hall. We spoke too soon. Newis that Miami attornej Max R. Silver %  Fridaj b) plane foi a business trip to Isri Home. %  iand London. side Following the ceremony a reception and dinner wai held at the Fontaineble.iu hotel, after which the eoup'e left for a honeymoon trip to Nu-sau. Best man was Lloyd Harris, the n brother Edith, fnendinform u-. wdl be Miami B i, in „„ time with their sons, Ira and David, until he return..„ llv r ", m ity with neering di When the Queen Mary steamed out of New York Harboi A Mi. and Mrs. Morris Rubin were among passengen aboard They plan a two-month tour of France. Au.-tna Switzerland and the French and Italian Rivieras Jose* and Sol Goldman write from Duncraggan Inn. Bendetion ville, N.G., that "it's nice and cool here." Also in the mail are regards li m Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, who tell us thev are -pending "a delightful vacation with family" in Fleischmanns, N \ "' a ii ki : with the Bureau „t maiion In Denver Ceea %  MVII 1 engineer, and attended Har vard lav. School, from which he radoated in 1950 Wei??"" 5 6 Spendin R ,hp r I rhejrWill be at home at 720 85th M Miami Beach, Sept 15 *'t. ATMM To IU side on After a tour at W and portin South and MrArnold up hou-ckeepingatsni St.. Miami Beaek T^ev cre mam* I 'Sunday al theSittaj H, W Wcrnick ception and dinpefl cereinoi'The bride is t^ Seima H'd .n da"^ Mr Wi -..!.. Rua"" ave She *•* % %  ] her father Her hu>band il Bath %  %  and the late Mr Tin Ale. •'* %  by a TJ, ideofwbitaataW "* .'.ad B-r-j^j termatron "Jjf khell pink r a *^| p,„k carnations *" ium ^ Bandy Ha 1 J 1 rtem alaa atteafl" wore pin --. dresses and can* white baskets/1 Dr Jack man. V**** Bornstein. %  **



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 34 Miami, Florida, Friday, August 26, 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS ATJA BOTAGE-? r Clashes are Renewed Egyptian Batteries Shell Unsuspecting Israel Settlement VI.F.M (JTA)—The relative relaxation of the Egyptian-Israel the Gau area was suddenly broken Tuesday by an unprofetian attack on an Israeli patrol, leading to serious border |o Israel Government complained to the Mixed Armistice and requested an immediate meeting of the commission. gck on the Israel patrol took place in the Mefalsim area, in Germany Relations isrsdis WNS) Wad Oerready t" establish ons with Israel, nan authorities would a move in this direcMI the delicacy of it was declared here urn Goldmann, chairJewish Agency and it the ConfertMl on %  enal Claim* Against lann revealed that he irnian chancellor Konler recently while both ponip.u in Switzerland t\ discussed the new V individual compenla.'i victims as well as making better use i the Ccrman repari ictima who forin the territory of iw E i-i Germany will f net it from a new rcguij ment of compensaferiduah which will Iw the West German [n> Kl month, Dr. C.oldV •Israel territory. The Israelis repulsed the Egyptians and captured one of their military posts in the Gaza strip which they held for several hours. They evacuated the post when United Nations observers arrived on the scene. It was learned that the patrol was on open land when attaeked and was forced, in the circumstances which developed from the attack, to sweep in and take the Egyptian post. There were no casualties reported on the 1-i at I side. Later, an Israel military spokesman announced that Egyptian posts along the Gaza strip shelled the settlement of Nachal Oz Tuesday afternoon. The Egyptians, using 80 and 120 mm. mortars, scored a number of hits in settlement areas and a number of houses sus tained damage. No casualties were reported by the Israeli*.. (In Cairo, it was officially announced that one Egyptian officer was killed and four soldiers wounded in the clash in the Gaza strip. An Egyptian communique said an Israel patrol attacked an Egyptian post, hut made no mention of the* capture of the post or the cause of the attack.) A spokesman for Israel's Foreign Ministry said late Tuesday that "the sudden large scale and persistent attacks'" by the Egyptians can only be explained as an Egyptian attempt to sabotage the Israel Egyptian, talks which have been going on for some time. He emphasized that the attacks have broken out just when efforts were j renewed to break the deadlock i which the talks reached. invention Goes on Record in iport of Fair Job Practice Rulings (JTA) Massachusetts anti-discrimination laws received or! from the American Federation of Labor when Julius Executive secretary of the Labor Committee to Combat accused the state administration of a "subtle form of Mi Fair Practices laws. Ins committee's annual report to over 800 delegates 'attending the week-long convenArabs in Morocco Burn Jewish Homes; Rioters Sabotage Communication Li CASABLANCA (JTA)—An all-out attack on the Jewish quarter in the Moroccan town of Mazagan was carried out Wednesday by Arab rioters as part of their insurrectionary movement. against the French administration in Morocco. The Arab mob stormed the Jewish section where they burned Jewish homes and looted Jewish stores. The Jewish inhabitants, anticipating riot*, had left their homes a day earlier and sought shelter elsewhere. There were, threfore. no Jewish casualties, but damage to Jewish property is reported to be very heavy. Jewish houses were burned down by Arab mobs also in Safi. Because of the fact that the rioters have sabotaged the communications lines between Casablanca and other Moroccan towns, it was impossible Wednesday to get a full picture of what happened to Jewish families in various sections of Morocco. However, from Oucd Zem it was reported here that one Jew was among the Europeans killed in the riots on Saturday. Many of the 250 Jews living in Oued Zem were evacuated Saturday to the Civil Control Office in the town, which is protected, by French soldiers. ATTRIBUTES UNREST TO FRENCH COLONIAL REGIME Information Office Denies Anti-Semitism • UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Jews or Jewish property are being attacked or harmed because of ani li-Semitism in Morocco, Abdurrahi man Anegay. head of the Mo can Office of Information and DocI umenlation. said here WedneNot only the Istqlal. Moroccai Independence Party, but the JJoroccan people themselves have the I friendliest feelings toward Jew -, Mr. Anegay claimed. He declared I that he had no I'ttriP about re I ports that, in the current riots in i Morocco. Jewish homes had been J wrecked, shops looted and some I Jews injured. "However, we can assure the world that any unfortunate suffer, ing by any people in Morocco ha> Pretty, dark-haired tzer. II, of Haifa, a the nofhin remote| y t0 do wi,h Jewish National Home lor Asthmatic Children at Denver, is J Semitism. but is only the result of thrilled when two touring Israeli air cadets visit her at the i the general situation that has been Home. Illana was sent to JNHAC for freatfnent of a severe f provoked by the French colonLl asthmatic condition. regime," Mr. Anegay said. ARABS PENETRATED DEMILITARIZED ZONE Report Syrians Kidnap Four American Tourists JERUSALEM (JTA)—An Israeli army spokesman said late Wednesday that four American citixetU ..,i a tour of the Middle East were kidnaped by Syrians. The Israeli spokesman gave the names as Paul Meier. Arthur Kisinger. Fred Freudenhower and Tom Freudenhower. The spokesman did not give the hometown or other particulars. The official announcement said: •This afternoon an automobile was found north of Ein (lev— eastern shore of the sea of Galilee— owned by l"ur Americans who were en tour of the Middle Ea>t. An investigation showed the four were abducted after they were bathing in the sea of Galilee Saturday last. The kidnapers were armed Syrians who had penetrated inlo the demilitarized zone Some personal belongings and documents of the abducted men were found on the spot." LISTS ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE AS ENEMY lie Hearing |on Religion 2TON ,JTA) Any ie United States who ie whether he believes rights, guaranteed by lion, are being properPd and adequately prol>e able to do so in a Ihis subject now to be by Tongress, it was here by a spokesman late Subcommittee on l Rights which will survey. >int questionnaire will i*"ne who asks for it. |'-t has been prepared. tion of the Massachusetts Federation of Labor. Bernstein charged that Dr. Franklin P. Hawkes, director of the Fair Practices Act, has "had the legs cut out from under him" as the designation of funds for his office have become a repeated problem. As a result of this financial hamstringing, he continued, Dr. Hawkes is now working "only one day a week at what is and what was intended to be a full-time job" of trying to stamp out quota admissions by colleges and other discriminatory education practices. Moves to win revision of the McCarran Waller Immigration law gained strong support wfcen delegates voted unanimously*to call upon their own Congressmen and the entire United States Congress "for action at the earliest pos.^le moment to amend and revise the Refugee Relief Act of 1953 and the McCarran Immigration law in order to wipe out IVkward. re-Uric tive and bigoted proviakN KKK Pledges Battle for White Supremacy Beliefs CONWAY, S.C. (JTA)—The robed and hooded leader of the Ku Klux Klan said Tuesday night that his organization was formed to "fight the evils against the white man" among which are Negro. Christian and Jewish organizations. E. L. Edwards, of Atlanta, Ga.. addressing a crowd estimated at 1.500 in an open field about eight miles from Conway. listed the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Knights of Columbus and the B'nai B'rith Anli-Defamation League as groups which bring on evil. Edwards, who claims to be the imperial wizard Of the new "U.S. Klan, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan." said he wants to make his organization "strong and vicious" enough to fight off these "evils." He said his organization will remain within the law, but. he shouted, "this is a white man's organization fighting for white supremacy." SAYS MEMORIAL IS BUGHT ON AREA Bavaria Deputy Calls for Shutting Down Dachau MUNICH (JTA)—To a burst of applause from h4-T>ea.ant audience in a Dachau meeting hall, Bavaria's Deputy Minister-President and Minister of Agriculture, Josct Bumgartner, Wednesday exclaimed: "The crematorium must go!" It must go, the Deputy Prime Minister observed, because its continued existence constituted "a defamation of the Dachau area and its people." A dignified memorial would suffice to commemorate the death of Hitler's victims, he felt. Dr. Baumgartner, who heads the Bavarian Party, is one of the most powerful figures in Bavarian politics. With his speech he lent considerable support to the demand publicly made a month ago by the governmental administrator of Dachau county, Landtag deputy Heinrich Junker, that the crematorium of the infamous Dachau camp should be closed. That demand was immediately and vigorously opposed, however, by the Bavarian MinisterPresident and the Minister of Finance.



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Ugust 26, 1955 % %  -Jewis* fk>rMinn —— Re sinrnon to PAGE li Begin At Gables Jewish Center D ; ., I will this year direct a large Sunday Registration a Coral Gables I hooI chorus Jewish Center will begin Sunday, Sept. 4, and run through Sept. 11, j Added feature will be an arts according to an announcement this and crafts group under the guidweck. Louis Kisner, education director, stressed Wednesday "the necessity of registering children for religious school sessions at an early age." ance of Mrs. Bertha Raskin. According to Kisner, "the Center this year intends building up classes in the eight and nine-year\i old group." l>anls in the B'nai B'rith Youth OrSon "splashorama" held Sunday evethe Treasure Island Pool and Ca|Club. Left to riqht (front row) are Ives, Tags; Elaine Schwam, chair^ZB; Myke Stiebel, Tsion; Lydia MetJB; Eabs Vinocur, chair, Tsion; and jerott, Debs. Rear are Bill Kaufman, IK; Lucky Rorcoe, Shield of David; Lee Schwartz, Hillel; and Jeff Glasser, Coral Gables. Not pictured are Larry Lurie, Hillel, master of ceremonies; and Larry Fames, chairman. Contest judges were Milton A. Friedman, national youth commissioner; Sidney Efronson, chairman of the Greater Miami BBYO committee; and MTP. Sally Wellins, District 5 BBYO chairman. les Wiil Conference to the 36th ol the Southern workmen's circle, took place in Miami llhis week. Named from hi i .! m i Branch %  099 were Max iGleibemUB, Sam [Kahn and Simon IS n j (I e r with ISIrs Sam Kahn (representing the Women*! Club. From English* hpeaking Branch 1050, Mrs. Philip Weiner, chairm Beach Branch 692. Abpis William Paskoff and 1 i. 692 Women's Harr> Spivak. Rossi, principal of the lonl, will report on the Int .ii new methods in pcation. the delegation will be pntov. district secretary, {ling will be Harry Spivft camp committee memTable Tennis Tourney Due to Open Sunday Entries are pouring into .the Miami Beach recreation 'department office tor th-11th annual Miami Heath table tennis tournament which opens play Sunday, Aug. 28. at Flamingo Park tennis center. Towns represented include Kan-' Anniversary Concert Due At Ocean Front Auditorium Miami Beach Recreation Department and the Miami Beach Public Library will feature on their anniversary concert at the Ocean Front! auditorium. 10th st. and Ocean dr.. %  Monday night, Aug. 29, Barbara Kostron, concert pianist: Jo-Ann Byrd. coloratura soprano; and, Louise Wilkin, accompanist. In addition to works by Mozart and Beethoven, Misi Kostron will feature an innovation by playing the variation movement from the "Trout Quintette" of Schubert. Miss Byrd will sing "Lo, Hear thl (icntle Lark.'' by Bishop; "Car-1 nival of Venice," by Benedict; "Caro Nome," from Verdi's Rigoletto; and songs from Viennese operettas. •as City, North Bay Village. Tampa., Miami. Miami Beach, Miami Springs, Coral Gables, North Miami and up-state entries due in later. Players entered u of Aug. 18 include Robert C. Siegel, Mike Botwin. Charles DiMaggio, Carole Ann Dot son. Harvey Winkelstein, Bob Rothlein, Bernard Stoll. Sylvia Stoil. Sandy Wruble, Charles B. King, Jr., Herman Hohauser, Bobby Hauser, Sheila Sandier. Susan Yaeger, Gloria Brickman, Richard Dessauer. Jerald Siegal. Joseph Sokoloff, Jeff White. Gail Prober, Ronnie Rubin, Norm Brooks. James Dowling. Bard Brenner, Harriet Newman. Walter E. Denham, Brenda Barbour. Carol Levy, Roslyn Ziff. Billy Tessler. Arnold Kanov. Judah Ever, Leonard Finkelstein. Jay Sacks. Robert Sopher, Richard Sopher, Chuck Darnico, Rachelle Abrams, Sandra Weiss, Ben Keats. Beverly Schiffer, Bonnie Freedman, E. E. Richey, Barry Halpern. Robert Strassburg, well known Miami musician and music director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, listen fo SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMIE, 2 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. THIS PROGRAM IS THE FIRST AND HAS THE 1ARGEST LISTENING AUDIENCE >roup Meets I Row Center Theater hear Elliott Field in Friday evening at the ltd. Registration Due Registration of children .for Tif-! ereth Israel Northside Center religious school will begin Sunday, Aug. 28, at the Center, 6500 North Miami ave., from 10 to 12 a.m. This will include classes for Sunday School, Hebrew school. Confirmation and Bar Mitzvah classes. Mrs. Silas Lakin and Mrs. Morris Schwartzberg are in charge. S#" or Phone Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9911 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lift Insurance Co. 13200 S.W. 3rd avt.-"at 5 Points" Dade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 4-2018 Catering Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele We ore one of Miami's Leading Jewish Monument Dealers IM Counal ol B'nai B'rith Youth began solicitation fehrT Y m behaU ol B nai B'rith's Children* Home in ird p l annin< th function aro Eleanor Rubin, RoPi&s J rA1 CapP Mi8s Rubin ** Beach coordinator. U „ n ^PP ar# Miami coordinators. Assisting in are Bobbie Gordon, Joan Siegal, Dan Kami*. Linda '• Jackie Rosenthal and Sidney Indgin. "Buying Quality is Sound Economy" !r BRINGS the satisfaction


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rt 26.195S f S Mark Anniversary iening. Aug. 27, is a lor Mr. and Mrs. Max 339 Jefferson ave., married 50 years on w c\chantfd vows on tw York City bnok-.in v evening is the most ie lor their six chil\i %  ether from varillbe United States in their Golden Anniictly what they i re, Mil. Helping rk the occasion I Mrs. Jack Gilbert lien Gilbert, West ad Mrs. SeyMilwaukee, Wis. Michael M. Gilbert, is Mat hew Gcluigeles; and Mr. and fi; council race of klnesday said that he %  qualification! "again serve North Miami." I I candidate has ?ii' of Dade county oi North Miami lived on North Miami zoning board b94S and was elected for two years Iges in work for ex~Jrliinc*kMr*i PAGE 7 *. I B pn, son of Mr. and Reich, 6456 SW nil become Bar ring Saturday ices of West Mi[Center. Rabbi Allan will officiate, eighth grade stust Miami Junior and attends Jewish Center reORDER A CASE OF SELTZER FOR YOUR HOME 1.50 SALT AND SUGAR FREE No I .. .-Ii is'ribofor of WS CEl-RAY BROS ft> / cat \i' Gene Troop Air. mmi Mrs. Max Goldberg Making the arrangements are the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg have 15 Herman Rosenbergs, of Westmin-1 grandchildren and one great ster. I grandchild. pansion of the city's recreation gram, a pension plan for North Miami city employees, the opening of NE 135th st. to Biscayne blvd., the improvement of streets and sidewalks and the reduction of water rates. While on the zoning board and as mayor of North Miami. McBane says he helped achieve a municipal recreation program and playgrounds, safety gates at the NE 125th st. railroad crossing, construction of a $4.000.000-gal Ion addition to the water plant and nu-: merous other developments. In 1947. McBane donated 210 ma-! hogany trees to North Miami. A ', member and founder of North Miami Elks Lodge, he belongs to the AFL, is married, has one son and three grandchildren. VOTE FOR JOHN KLEIS Retired Businessman who will devote all of his time to the people of North Miami PULL LEVER 7 A SEPTEMBER 6 "Be Wise"-Vofe Kleis i M Poi A.iv i PHONE JE 1-56*9 CATERERS LINCOLN MANOR STRICTLY "MM RESTAURANT ON the Ocean 7 Course Dinners front £1.15 CATERING FOI All OCCASIONS Under Juaery/'sian of Rabbi Itamc N. fror, Masfcf imh on premitei ft— Parking en Premise* 2 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH ASK FOR IT BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 IXCLUUVE DISTKIBUTOKS Of THt SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC. (55 M5CAYNI ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES:" M Yon CM Drink All The Iced Tea Yon Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Pure • lUrmleM Economical y Guaranteed Non-Fattening Tie It an the table—oae It far cooking 4-Oz Size Bottle..Only 75c At Food and Drug Stores Everywhere JE 14232 NEIMAN PEARL PAT 0EARR Dedicated to operating your HOMEBETTER FASTER CHEAPER WITH AUTOMATIC DEPENDABLE S m t mS m m SeruKce Gaoraatead Ketker— Rabbi Jacob Cehen "/ WAHT MY MILK" i • EDDY KILOWATT Your Wired Hond FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT COMPANY £ %  c> ^CJUST BROS RVf a. % *J and be sure W% FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGIHIZU Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery onta HOTEL inebl ^ eau %  has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities For information call Harry Harienlst Kosher Catering Department •IE e-aon 44th AND COLLINS AVE. PERSONALIZED SERVICE "k*V "MAlNtr" "HAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wracks Rebailt lady Repairs and Paintirtf Phenes 3-2244, 2^652 MO S.w. Its Straw*



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ust 26. 1955 lugusij ** !" '*r*P PAGE 9 I.:: Sheila I. levino Paul Plans [With Rabbi banting of the Sable al Beth David Congre| rta I.ea Paul and rton I ivi formally enter; r engagement. spirit u a 1 Yaakov Rosenberg, he engaged couple during i ement is announced i |e elect's parents, 1255 I lie Rabbi Levy is [i Mi and Mrs. Albert J. Maiden. Mass. His parbrother, Stanley, came [the ceremony. j and Miss Paul met at nr.in Tei v.hile he at|l< school for chaplains at I Air Force Ba-e recently released from force alter serving two j chaplain at Ft. Francis Cheyenne, Wyo. ordained at the Jewish al Seminary of America Irork and had served as JTemple I-rjel in Natich. Bde ele who formerly -'i and San Antonio, %  ersilf Miami student, haI ciii -et for the Two I'M <|rads To Wed in June Next June two University of Miami students. Miss Sheila Lois Levine and Morton Erstling, will be married. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Levine, 7510 SW 16th ter., announce the engagement of their daughter to the son of. Mrs. Anna Erstling, 1524 SW 3rd st. The bride-elect formerly lived in Brooklyn. She attended Thomas Jefferson High School and City College of New York. She will receive her Bachelor of Arts degree in February from the UM. where she is a member of the campus Pen Club. She li also a member of Temple Emanu-El Young Adults. Her fiance, a former Chicagoan, served in the Air Force before coming to Miami in 1943. He will receive a BBA degree in February and will then study for his law degree. He is a former president of the Downtown Branch of the Young Adult League. It was at a YAL meeting that he first met his fiancee. Miss Barbara Millman Barbara's r JVoth Told by Millmans Barbara "Joan Millman and Howard Alan Meyers have selected Jan. 31 as their wedding date. The ceremony will take place in Temple Israel. Miss Millman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Millman, 443 NE 95th st., Miami Shores. She graduated from Miami Edison High School, attended Barry College and is now a senior at the University of Miami. She is vice president of the Home Economics Club. Mr. Meyers is the son of Mrs. Eve Hutt Meyers, 1525 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, and David H. Meyers, New York. He received his law degree cum laude from the University of Miami. Miss Kobarta Paul Its Introduced to Fiance l ill marry a f ie1 while he I i lea | parents, the ;, > l.enox ave., Arlene Sari h r fiance, Seymour *. "i HiBronx, N.Y. is now atBCA In.M tute in New •'' Mr. and Mrs. 1 He graduated R •ocevelt High the Bronx. i Miss Arltmt Lurk Cediman — nee Abelson Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory o! the late LILLIAN CKIMMAN nee ABELSON fnrmeriv of 1501 SW. 2()TH Avmui U'tll tai(e place. SUNDAY. AUGUST 28m AY 2 i-.M. a: Mr Si MM MI-MORIAI. PARK Cl Ml CBM with RAHBI MAX SM\HIRO of/u'idting Mrs. Abelson i> survived hy bcr husband, Edward; two sons, Donald and Gene; also her mother, MrYett.i AbeltOfl; and three listen, Mr. Violet Mr M.>ry N'rff and Mr*. Elinor Schneider Arrangements an in charge ol Palmer's Miami Mommunt Company. Friends and relate.. are I Ited to attend. GEKE TROOP ARTIST-PHOTOGRAPHER • Include* Studio Rrrd.i 1 With Every Candid Wedding A.tum at No Extrd Cost JE 8-3378 404 16th St. Miami Beach tAKE THIS A YEAR OF PLENTY 'OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IN ISRAEL 1 W) IT THE SIMPLE, SURE — AND THE ST WAY Cheaper than any other kind I Sift! Start them off on the High HoliSth Service for Israel Gift Certiacatea r choice of kosher food parcels. N-E as airmailing a letter — SURE *you know they'll get exactly the item* ered—and CHEAPEST because our tried Ited parcel system enable* us to paaa rou and yours our economies in bulk X mass production and distribution. MI waits in crowded store* for them. to find the food* they want STANDARD $10 SPECIAL $15 SUPER $20 SELECT 925 DELUXE $30 Stone Bar >iitzvah Robert Charles Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stone, 100 SW 47th ave., was Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Aug. 20. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated, with Cantor Irving Robinson rendering the musical portion of the service. Robert is in the eighth grade at Kinloch Park Junior High School, where he is a member of the orchestra, playing trombone. He is active in Boy Scout Troop 62 and played with the Massachusetts Indemnity baseball team this summer. Among out-of-town guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Pinsker, grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Blum and family, all of the Bronx, N.Y. KOSHER BUTCHER WELL KNOWN, LONG TIME IN BUSINESS, looking for part-time employment. Butcher store, hotel, restaurant or institution. Mr. M. S Box 73. Miami 18. 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PAGE 10 Feldstein, Guthmann Exchange Vows In a 3:30 p.m. double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday. Aug. 21. at the Algiers hotel. Miss Susan Ellen Feldstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldstein, 126 Royal Palm eve., became the I de oi Edward Guthmann. BOH Mrs. Ruth Guthmann. 158 South SI >re dr.. and the late Eli Guth ii Joseph Narol officiMrs Donald I evenson, sister of bride, was her matron of honBest man was Lawrence Guth•m. cousin of the groom. Bridesmatrons were Mrs Donald mack and Mrs Allen Winner. B idesmaids were Leslie Lipp and i prj Scope Flower girl was I thy Barmack, niece of the mil. shers included Eugene Mann. ,. Uiam Friedman, Dr. Donald Levon and Donald Barmack ,ir Joseph Feldstein, paternal ndfather of the bride, flew in in New York CHv he bridal gown was styled in white imported chantilly emhnued nylon tulle over taffeta in.nl.' W h a shoulder baring neckline I short sleeves edged in seali ped embroidery. The lonu torso w lice ;IIKI bouffant layers includ-1 e< tier upon tier of embroidered %  la that formed .i circular train Her four-tierred veil ot ice blue -ion \\;iattached to a match tulle headpiece She carried ascade bouquet oi phalaenopsis, es-of-the-valle} and two white 1 irid orchi Is Her onlj pi< .cliy was a pearl choker, gift ol groom an heirm I'OM point lace handkerchiei lie bri< e is raduate ol Miami Beach High School and attended [Jniv( rsit> ol Florida, where %  was a member ol Alpha Fp• %  n i'lu • oritj Guthmann is also a graduate M ami Beach High School, at ;•; ded tinL'niversitj ol Floi i %  the i i.i \ -it\ ot Miami He was a mem ol Zeta Beta Tail social lrat nitj '111' couple flew to Mexico for extended honeymoon and upon "ir return will make their home 81 ins.") !)8th si. Baj Harbor "l|s %  MM. few-ore" Guthmann To be Bar Mitzvah Mel. s,,ii of Mr and Mrs Nathan Sandbcrg, 580 SW 1st st. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. tug. 27 at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate The Bar Mitzvah attends Ada Mernt. where he is m the seventh grade He Ia pupil in the raUgJoUS school (.1 the Miami Helm w School Mr .lack Sandberg, uncle ot the Bar Mitzvah, will arrive from New York lor tl i mom Mona Natalie's Troth J ItHevealed by Mother I Mrs Max N Bubrnstem. o 9955 MM Bav Harbor dr. Bay Harbor ," a nds announces the engagement lIZ-v daughter. Mona Natalie. ... Pvt Julius B Isrsel The bride elect la also the (tough ,er o. the late Max N tobtijeta. lusted from Miami • H,..h school and received her ol Vrts degree from the l'niversitj ol Maryland, Phi sororitj Pvt Israel is tl" r %  v ,. Hyman Israel. I'nioi ll, was minster Hi h -.'—I %  H ||c attended the "' Maryland undei 1 from the i niversitj ol land School ol Law % %  • was student chairman ol thi M irj i.md I aw Review H,. was a member ol Tau Epsilon Ph social [raternitj \i present. Pvl Israel is serving with the i \nn> He Is stationed at Fort Hotobird, in Baltimore The couple lplanning a fall wedding ^^^^ At House Tarty <;,„! BrOCh Iattending a week of house parties at the Del I'ardo in Miami Beach Highlight of the affair will be a semi-formal dance on the la-t evening Sponsors arc i the BZB Croup ol B'nai B'nth Beth Tffilah Names Kati Harry Katz has been named reader to assist'spiritual leader Kabbi Joseph Rackovsky at Beth TfiUh Congregation during the High Holj I>.>> Katz, who recently returned from a trip to Israt l, resides in Hollywood, FU. 'pon r ^5. Rabbi Joseph E. 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9>Je1sf>fhr***!L PAGE 2 Final Plans Discussed as Southeast Region of ZOA Schedules Convention V 3 .. T„r,„n f r. national VICC Vr MM Weinrtein, Mr* Sam S^iisMdMn ..->,,.s>,,lrl! Highlighl of i ho eonvenUM wlH ho h, Sunday nighl bMJUd >" he „, n ri „,„, of the DiI..to hol,l luring nationally Coti Program Leo Rr.lurson. Memphis. Tenn.. JMflues ^pgjj^ attorney, as Florida State co-chairers at the EOA mmn man for the 18th annual conven4. tion of the region to be held in, Mr Tl]! ,,. S ivkrlner has been Miami Beach. Sept. 2 to 5. appo inted chairman of the Ones Liebman. who is chairman of the SnabDa t and reception that the regional administrative commiti;reater Miami chapter of Ha.l.ip.t' tee. Is also chairman of the FlorWl|1 prcsC nt In honor of the ZOA ida Confederation of Zionist Dislegates and gueatl "" Saturdaj tricts and is chairman of the Dade .. 0I1 St-pt 3. in the CommoCounty High Holy Days Israel Bond m Va n.terb,lt hotel campaign. Uebmans duties as dore roorr State co-chairman will be to coordinate convention activities of all the districts in the State of Florida. A. Arthur Pekelner. chairman of the convention, has announced that Campaign tor Holy Day Appeal Moves Into High Gear With Kneseth Israel the latent congregation to schedule a High Holy Day appeal for the purchase of State of Israel Bonds, the cam paign for a record-breaking sale moved into its final month under the leadership of Rabin Morris Skop and Seymour B Liebman Jacob Sher. Greater Miami chair man for Israel Bonds, commended the efforts of Rabbi Skop and Liebman in enrolling more %  i High Hoi) Di Ral thi ess of thi Sui ,' 12 05 until \2 MO p m ovi > % • tion W VHF He will • the weekl> Si t< %  lum I the 1 tel on Tile; i; Sept. 6 pleti baum, h Miami d< to tl ', | rial mobilization conference in Washii toi Sept. 9 to 11, will form one ol lh< %  this an out national i manager Sidney i \v, Israel %  vwtlonwill station Wfl^** 1 Sept 2 with an Oneg Shabbat gH b 3 Miami Beach Maaad m the Palls room of the Delano Delegates from the eight state Southeast region will assemble here tor the convention which will end on Mondaj afteraoooo. Sept 5 iil Rappaport. Florida director lne ziooisl Organiration of pica, is in charge Of local arrangements Dade Chapter fete Satvrda) evening. Aug 27. is the date ol %  swim part) at the home ol Mr and Mrs Jack Berkc. 143 N\\ 7t0 •• %  Miami The party ponaored b) the newly formed Women s American ORT. North Dade chapter MrHarold Robbins is president r S. J. FnM'dman M. Rophan HEBREW BOOK STOIE { 417 Washington Avt., Miami Bench Bttwetn fourth and fifth Hi. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES Synagogue* and Private Utt Alt* for Hebrew School* Telephone JE 1-9017 curiMcinj Seymour Liebman I i { for I I I | I S A I I I > > % • > > > • • % % > I f V v t R. L. McBANE YOUR <i\\ of \OIMII MIAMI SEPTEMBER 6th PILL LEY EH 19.\ %  I 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 i: Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD tnlrancc on Washington Avenue Phone JE 8-7425 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across from Sears free Parking in Rear Phone 82 2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES DO VT HE MiSLEB VOTE FOR ED VISCHI NORTH MSAM! CITY COUNCfL Who Says: "PROGRESS IS MY M0S1 IMPORTANJ PIA1F0RM" PULL LEVER 11A ON EtKTION DAY SEPTEMBER Mh —SSstis* Bridge Champion Conducts Annual BritW t/ Former Worlds Contract Bridge floor Monday ^ champron Sam KaU. an instructor aesstons *in w"" „, contract bridge in the Univer9 "* *"' Wj 2,0 3: 30 p.m. m ^ Each oI the sa^l different phase, J^' %  "d Provide, co Bla% sity of Miami's Kvcning Division. will conduct Burdincs annual Contract Bridge Forum. First three sessions were held in Burdine's auditorium on the fourth COLORED DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNIFORM* Ht,h Type kHnmHc Weekly NUM. HewS? \*l Partis Maids Kit,!,!? *••* CHICKEN SOU! If TN //w ll(r, !^\\ £ IAKEIS Of ••OVffrlllSf 'iiJHSli till I Dlsrtrllmtsjd by PALM DBTBJBUTOHS. Bfc 14 fIX. 24* 8L. Miami 97. Flo. Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ ~^? Z^ t^S&JJ& Tt €4 CREAMED COTTACE CHEESE £M.iFORNf6 ^RMlDCOjf ••for. Bvyf> B ye, Since^,aWl901 and ESTIMATES £*tWTERMITE CONTROL Call 2-1776 Mombor of B'nal B'rHh CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI ll Trie most valuable possession or Riversifw is trie gooJ will of the families we serve. Ait c#--'.e MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL iversi MEMORIAL C M A Pf l t FUNEBAl'oiiECTOU TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Mimmi Mi****} West Flaglcr & 20th A VR. 1236 ^^f!l %  -. Thone 9-2864 Phone JE l-'flWi W>WAao T N 1W aun f -*ral Dirrciorl" >• v% "? \w NSW voas: 76tfa Street aad Amsifr4a*S •tlOOKtVM • SHSONZ • ">" ,tU



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PAGE 12 Mrs. Siauber Rabbi Siauber Kneselh israe! rters 2 Assistants cap itual wh i 1. • I. A %  %  %  Gertler Elected Board Director judge Charles Gertltr wasWed nesdai elected chairman of tfe Board ->i directors ol Agudath I* rael Hebrew Institute, Mcordmi tl „, announcement by David Hermon, president. Elected co-chairman was Ham Rosenbei i ed incl ide Morris Babock M Berger, Hi rrj x %  1 %  i Dr. Spielberg Again Offers Music Award s ,,,„, r <*"'""" STABILITY AND EARNINGS ATTESTED BY 42 CONSKUTIVE R.Vil rilER.lL Sllllal AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1100 UMCOIM ROAD 7474 (OUIMS AVI. 42$4HI$TIT.HI* I <* ^FAVQR,TE STORY<„..,^ ADOl p HE MENJOU ** %  3 '" *2



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*jeMn€fldl*M_ FAGE 4 vejewistifla m PuDi'shed every Friday elnee 192 Ploddiaii at 12C N. E Sixth Street, ea second. cl.isJuly Ottici of Mian %  Florid hai th e Jewish Wceki> Membei oi the *•*>** graphic Aaeney. Seven Arts Feature Syndic the Jewish if, Florida j\ the Post •3. 1 OFFICE and PLANT I lephonea Z-IMI r C-r N. The Jewi.h Floridi.,. hai Ve the Jewieh Weeki. Men ei of the J w '* h w ;j J. raphic Aaency. Seven Arts Feature Sy nd .'-I' e \. a Service, B, Fli?,da [latlon rr English-.Jewish Newspapers, Fior.oa Pirsi Asoci.nt'on. FEED K. SH OCHET E dito i and_Publisher Volur LEO MINDLIN % %  %  News Editoi • i c ?. 'J T $3^ I 0 N '*i Friday. Augu.1: Better Than Was Expected Ever since the Bandung Confers ick in 1 to which Israel wa= not invited and ch turned out to be the scene cf a vicious -Israel attack on the part of participal b leaders and fulminations against st by Red China Near Eastern dele,; he United Nations have been des; rig to establish an Asia-Africa bloc there. Principally responsible, of course, are bs, who'have been trying to sell a bill of _is to the effect that such a bl : .ze Western "antipathy" toward Asi can nations and serve as a buffer against West-spcnscred "common e iel. News is that Turky has fin i '• the .-. On its face, this is a surprising move nuse Turkey has entertained friendly rela9 with the Jewish State ts estab%  nent and continues as onState's M foreign markets. Tloser examination of Turkey decision, ever, reveals that the Turks joined at the jest of Arthur S. Lall, curre f of the an delegation to the United Nations. In the • India's role in the cold war between East West has been to alia: mly with ei side and to assert ts ol % %  "• era At Bandui tig with ma's U N '. %  %  • e a %  regai ler i %  ::rd Israel. As [fad sion may very well w favor ol Israel's teresl rnmenl loc. 1. He Has the Word for it -" %  Groldmann, the Jew ind pre*, lent the C inference Material Cla Ago ist Germany, • it West if it nf pnse I ,s: Bonn has thusfur aci cess : .on Wi) :s continuing a state o! hardly look favor.: h now seeks Arab friendship and which encourages it through former Nazi envoWhile Time Still Permits Sovi • reign policy has certainly turned full circle : I days. j. since th>Uf Rudolf Sic :'. in Czechoslovakia. The mencated Moscow "doctors' plot" us. C: aao, Rumanian Ziononed oi • •d-up "spying" tecai OT>s to Ian.: ncarceresull of similar charaes against him. v came shortly • ring at Geneva, rities published a p religious life in the USSR The staterm elated throughout the UN a shock to observers there, for many have recent effc i .ternational leaders to as the fate of the 2,500.000 Iron Curtain Jews. Meeting with consistent failure, as well as with total silence to their plea that these Jews be permitted to migrate to Israel, they were doubly shocked last week by the news that Moscow policy once again is to align itself ardently against all forms of anti-Semitism This stand comes hardly a month after spokesmen for the American '• ; ommuilly reguested President Eisenhower at Geneva to discuss v rdIf.U Ha lus confounded th, l>rat*** a iem : hin bs musing to make th. rt,NaB ,. „ to anvvcr m kind l Republicans hv his wilHi ler •** fn '"' l re%  He caul ; authorNE WS of the WEEK in REVl UNITED STATES The voluimnoijs Spiet Kit" released at ,• Uu which contained M,. Rabimwie;b/s. *iu T ,HH Th tht Soviet Union," included all th "* ol wh •..•\ was ah article till, *^H rt l*i ion written by Met r opolitan \ ,, Riha5 %  i ol religion in the Soviet i Nikor"* religious associations in th* Soviet Union ere equ.i" Mnt Vnother article m Ih. ."^H toviel ind Britiah penalM, At the Big 'FOUM" ence wound uo in a deadlock. Senatoran i tuatl -i wi'li call *' |hem feel that the Kremlin leader^ made certe? to the Weal Tisha B'Av this year fell on Thurl Rabbit and Cabbalists have always conjecture about th. of this date. The) say that World Wan I an ; II huthhrol H tins date which Saw the daMtructi the KIM I itiona later, on the same date, the destruetkni J. Titus the* Roman. "' peaking about dates—Rabbi Isaac Blumotiwy, uM who had predicted the doom of Hitler and (hi rapitulatiaTS now reveals that Daniel the prophet had specified"L when Israel would become a State, namely, in 1948. Rabbi i' his deduction on Daniel chapter fi. verse 14 lion ol FirM Temple: 3338. Add to this number the TO in:.. I, exl -• Ud you uct 3408 Now add the -2300' and you have 5708 or 1947-48 the year the vereign nation Max Lernar en "Hildy end the Final* | have been waiting f*r the inevitable in the -tniggle over I someone to bring up the subject ol the tun Final) boyv Ta>i happened, in a story puhlished in the official I atholic weeklyi "The Pilot," headed 'Kllis Case—Finaly Cast Revenad.' Pilot has raised the issue, it is best not to ignore it but toi squarely I don't agree at all with The Pilot that the i Jewish family to reclaim the Finaly boys from the Catholici were bringing them up is now paralleled by the effort of Hill lie mother to reclaim her from the Jewish family of the Eli the Finaly case the parents did not give up their boys vo were tenl h) thai Nuia to some extermination cmip and rhui it VM morally a curious thiii^ whi they werti relative! In Israel, (or the Church to rel ise to retunl Where so many had tn'en taken, it mm hard to deprive tin] two Who had sur\i\entinos| !' -t writer l.erner. ,unlike HUd) McCo) the Finaly! I for an impersonal Institution r an j : claimed by close and lovii trvea Taj mid they would return Hild) il the faotan to In hi r up herself The Danish edition of "The by Ka-tietnik 135633 is now in its fourth edition, having I I) exceeding even ll original Hebrew edition in Israel, where it \s.ia record-! seller The American edition, puhli-' •ntiy by uister and acelainatd hy critics all over the country. I printing! A glorious commentary on the health of the Oi record ol active sympathy to the Jews under thr heeJi nd to none. The Jehovah Witnesses, who met in ronvenUOl at tk] Stadium in New York, are anti-Zionists and anti-Israel professed knowledge of the Bible. The founder of tht i the Late Patter Russet, who understood prophecy well, e>l] and did believe that Israel's return to Zion was predicted...!" Jersey conference of Seventh Day Adventists h ive lodgedll i the enforcement of the state* blue lawThe meakn; movement keep Saturday holy as the true Sal bath and from eating prohibited foods. Connecticut new Jewiil Abraham A. Ribicoff, surprises political bosses. After u I \ Ribicoff as Governor." writeU X ^^1^£^^<& hQVe a,,r ^"ted it to themselves tt*% in Buf,al 1>r ^^ out "** d to |hr w*w KVZH of the New York State Federation of Labor a broad W



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P, 1 &lUjy£**rL PAGE6 PHMUP SMJBMMVitM — %  'Leave* of Grass' Has Biblical Tone Wall Whitman's dramatic caU* to democratic action to advance humanity's position; his famous poem. "Oh Captain' M) Captain!"; his unconventional challenges which became the most controversial themes in his time, now are accepted dogmas and credos not only tor Americans but also for all English-speaking peoples. For. his "Leaver Grass," currents being acclaimed throu out the world, has taken itplace among the classics of the world. Published one hundred yean ago, "Leaves of Crass" now is being accorded the status of an international anniversary. It is a timely event, reviving ait does the call t" freedom that was embodied in Whitman's poetic enthusiasm. The Walt whit man anniversarj serves to I the influence ol the Bible upon the great poet's endur i • liberty. Thej n mind us about hifriend and about the tad thai Horace I. irauhie. h„ Jewish biographer, was ^ne of bii nio-t anlcnt disciples wta became one ol Whitmans two liter_ eX ecutors (The other was at'. Richard Buck' In US lengthy intnuh.ct.on to •The Poetrj wd ProK Whitman: recently publisl Simon and Schuster. Louis myer, the eminent poel and inerary critic pointed out tii it. best. Leaveol (,...Has a Biblical surge ol sound, t rougn Hebraic music founded on Ml ,„,,. and cadence, mounting rhythm and hypnotic repetition with tin' poer ol incantation Wall Whitman himself, in his essaj "The Bihk as Poel which hi Mendes' Hebrevi Poel had Unto ..a \ i mi. bard will ev existence in one direction against ,„,. Hookol the Bible "' WJ .„,.,,., form the .oilcct.onm.i-t .,,11-UIMVC m another.and domi na te just as much as bithei or ...ore than hitherto through its divine HM primal poetic -tincture ro me, ,,,„ |, the living and definite element principle ol the work. evolving everything else Horace L rraubel who was Whitmanexecutor and ph r a most interest, rsonalit) Bom in I amden, N i i n 18S8 he died in Boa In 1919). he was the son ot .i German-Jewish im• • | Maurici Hi nrj '' a printer engi er. writer and mother was a TRUANTS FROM LIFE. The Rehabilitation of Emm Children. By Brono Bettlhtim. 511 pp G l. **' Pre... 1955. *6.00. "* By HILARY MINDLIN DR. BRUNO BETTELHBIM, who came to the l n after a year in Dachau and Buchenwald. is htlsjsjj ^ Psychologyat the University of Chicago, and directorf sity'i Sonia Shankman Orthogcnic School A previous H Not Enoofh." described the method which the school 'Truants From Life" presents the ease histories ofl who were treated at the school: Dr Bettelhe.m ealU thesti Paul Mary. John and Harry There the fiction ends, fori coma alive for the reader with every fiber of their torn 1 HAYII* SCU WARTZ — s are Statesmen Thev've lYwil Politicians Onlv After %  %  %  %  You wou %  %  II Wi to I ip. but Wl \nd. ough, in Jewish l< we are told to be "discipli e and pur%  We the com promiser too Even with them we have little enough peace I've been rereading an old work, the Memoirol Adolph Kraus, a pioneer leader ol the B'na. B'nth. who wasomething of a politician in his day. In %  Kraus. 1 %  • tician's pi i nt, you You ViMl 'idol : i -till remember i liti i • i I i hi Mi Krau ; have n< d, "Mr i you live Ln Washington and verj busj and I live in Chi< > bus) This irri lor your statement thai w< have Hex. r met Both were lying, but i lit harmon) >ake will probablj IK' forgiven by a good God 'i I iI meat deal to l>e said for the theorj ol Mark Twain that truth .to precious an article v indiscriminate!) used biographer His mothi i was f*d Paul, a victim of institutionalism. had -or nt the firg"i to hn i hall hi his life in orphanages, except for brief periods durinr Id, h,,me in Camden, shunted bj Inmother from one "parking place" to annta. N i [or Whil whose frame of reference consists in depersonalized nj|ej| 1 tioni may become an automaton in his passive ariiustsin p o, coi iplete retrulnUon "f his life by external rulekeeas|_ • veloping both inner controls and BDOntai autonomaail M it. a wihl child with both suicidal and honn..|.,i inmimj N achieved in identity <>f his own, nor wahe able i> reiatei 'l. lived, tor all practical purpose completelyiaJ Mary, i schiaopbrtaic eight-year old. h ihe we* three months old to a melancholic motherv 11 day with her Caeo torned to the wall wi ^ an unbearable reality, she once lakd I child's bead open with an il bj thei .!-•• with which she pul on" il trh .h broke completely apart under stress i nt< rate baa OSJFB personality It write %  %  i t to %  I i ild H Woll Wh.tma* JOHN'S DIFFICULTIES began on h. h .!a\ i-fggj of thrush mouth All ol h d hiparents' acute an\iet\ 'ine.'h the world became an almost contii his life i.\'l\ed around food Bj the age of -even. Ran] | li Iand assaulted strangers on the -tun At ti lir-t month at the Orthogenic School, he picked upai and threw it at his counselor narrow l\ missing her hoW H r immediately accepted all th> a\nj| km w Hair) could not control his tempi she -hosM| taken bun to a place where there were km\< one begins to wonder, after such account-, uhetkej heim'i stall inot composed of saints. An\one who hail the disturbed knowa how terrlbl) difficult it ito remaiaj i complete negativism and hostility and hoe vi nt compassion can become. The author pn I will reveal how the counselors manage to maintain theuj tachmenl to the children, and I. tot one, am awaiting!] The i.i ciflsjgion of the-e lajasjojBj in living is wide implications The basic practici Ol the a psychologicall) health) environment In wl ch i child i at least "ingood figure, is also ba-ic for all child merit which crosses national boundaries I polities! which alone can make the difference between a warp human being, and a stable, constructive persoi ol history and all our futures hang, some time on ju-t : S.\l L CABS0N — Bij: Task on Human Rights Faces IN LKOX GITTERMAN When WenYou Married ? I omedian Sam I. e \ e n son whose humor celebratethe folkways ot big city life, idoing an unusually successful -how now that he hahiown television program on CBS. Levenson, who formerly taught language courses in a Brooklyn high school, emerged on the broadcasting scene in 1949 and almost overnight became a top ranking and well nigh irre-i-tible attraction. Until then he had used his gift for humorous observation and anecdote to eke out his uicome by performs) in summer resorts. The ex-school teacher delights in stories about hiclassroom days. For instance: one of his pupils greeted him by "Hello. Leven-on "Mr. Levenson." Sam corrected. The boy shrugged his shoulders and asked. "When did you get married?" • t Biblical music themes that the world has never before heard and ol which then historical record have become the unusual and dramatic men! ol ESmer Bernstein creating the musical n eluding ch ,| s Ull| ballet music to, i eil B DC mille's dramatization ol the life "' M ""rbe Ten Commandmenu expected to be thi est picture in -./e. -cop. ever to emerge from Hollj Bernstein's score Commandments' the man) spectacular "i Biblical pageantry as well as the human itorj ol Moses i When h General Assembl) convenes for its '' 1 Sept .. major Anun.tlee will | ,ear>. fl nants were drawn and redrawn, d* fought over, taken apart andIpuM 8 The "Atoms-for I "wing place in .,. il confereno which kt now curtain on J RUMia Since World War eliminate Jews from to when Moscow began, !' I eeign service tance, Jewish i the lists of Sov,e, '' ***** from HIU.M. ... ''" *-'""n> abroad V.,^ i 01 Egypt; outlaw -bepan, „. Ml( ,. -lew ,-h SCiemi^, hTScV ^ "^ *" ian, and Vo.ce of God who brought the Us to ail mankind Bernstein, : VWt „ 1(| (l „ m N< Vork, %  composer, conductor and concert pianist, wrote the incidental music heard throughout Mary Martin's receni | was starring production of -p,. t( r Pan His recent screen include about Sovii t iX'Mtmns of imporJ fr.un %  *- -..cir n;; m ;'r' a Now v scientists who hav< appear amnni: the ubnutted imDortatil papers on nu, i ; u,mi ""' 1 "npoi 5 "BovernineS hZ?£i£2'£? M ** h ^ portant .1,1 .„ "r 'nclmled Jews „„ .... ,_ Portant delegation -ent ,Z S* Jows an im Jewi s %  Ojnw, am must it seems that without their p : II.. ehfeld and P I IX>' in D r • inwlrenaky. There Their papers deal 2*^ netOne wonders wh> J intellectual* have -duapi* jr all Jewish cultural instituUoo* II ; '^j "Make H^ toLe^ r ^ t[£SSL&StSi^^S: cU^^n^.U*^ ln advancing nuclear sc en" n ,K y d a m '^ or contributed so much to the ^" m their country Thus, ben revealed for the first time.



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.ust 26. 1955 -Jewlsttlcrkiton PAGE 13 children present a program d dances. Participating' are (left Swartz, Joan Stanley. Linda Karen Berman, Nancy Stanley, Joyce Karp. Barbara Brookmire, Adrian Pollack, Barbara Berger and Barbara Parker. Show was produced and directed by Binnie Gordon. leal Association Urges Affliction With Synagogues Rabbinical As| currently in the midst i mil' to local fiji need for them to i with a syna11 liter of their |thc\ are not now a the many acIghout the living through an experiod in world in Malavsky. chairman of the synagogue affiliation committee of the Rabbinical Association, said Wednesday. •Amidst a world of uncertainty, chaos and distrust, there remains only one salvation for mankind. That salvation is a return to religion and the House of God." Rabbi Malavsky said that with the approach of the High Holy Days, it behoves every unaffiliated Jewish individual in the Greater Miami area to seek affiliation with the synagogue or temple of his choice. "It is also the solemn duty of everyone with present synagogue affiliation to seek out neighbors and friends who are in need of a House of God affiliation. "Don't wait to find attachment to Judaism and the synagogue in time of grief and sorrow. Do so now, thereby finding blessedness and spiritual contentment during the New Year and always." mv NCWS Vets, 1 Auxiliaries Plan Functions Coral GaMM Post No. 213 and Auxiliary will hold their annual rnpmbeThhiip splash party on Saturday evening, Aug. 27. at 1335 SW 67th ave. There will be refreshments and games. Prospective members are admitted free. Chairmen from each local Ladies' Auxiliary arc meeting Wednesday. Aug. 31. at Department President Frieda Levine's bouse to give committee reports concerning preparations for the national con vention of JWV in Miami on o< t 25 to 31. • A highly successful blood donor drive was conducted by the (oral Gables Auxiliary recently under ehairman Jennie Golob. A dozen pints of blood were donated. • • A dinner-dance will be held by the West Miami Post at the Moulin Rouge room of the DiLido hotel on Saturday evening, Aug. 27. • • Rabbi Isaac Lerer, of Congrega; tion Monticello Park, has been elected honorary chaplain of the North Miami Beach Post. Publishes is fo Aid listraiion schools k : n? for regis[ -• ason, the v n is pub%  bulletins, i men! by 1: r, Bureau High Roll' mted to I. KhooJa, %  he i bulletin, I u-e after \i irriculum < itannual ps no available, study, for | ilum in the SunI tud> for the I the HeI afjM --JX published cial cur1 %  Huh de-. |' Mem 12 to illetin is ., plan Ul| %  munity North Dade Accepting Holy Day Reservations North Dade Jewish Center this week revealed that reservation! lor the High Holy Days are now being accepted. According to Rabbi Henry Okolica, spiritual leader, registration for religious and Sunday school will run through Sept. 4. A neighbor's child falls out of a tree in your back yard. Does your liability Insurance provide funds for the medical Mils? For th answer fo Hilt, or any othmr i/uvranc* O SSS SSS1 SEE Arthur M. Kohn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street lUprtiwitlna 1HE TIAVELEBS. Hartford Plans for the annual boat ride of the Men's Club of Temple Emanu-El are received by president Allen Goldberg from (left to right) Irvina Schatzman, Ben Kline and Charles Gaunches. members of the committee for the excursion. The ride is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 9. Jews from Soviet, Satellites Arrive as Israel Immigrants JERUSALEM (JTA1 — Twenty-1 five Jewish immigrants from the Soviet Union and Soviet bloc state-. hal arrived in this country in two | deyi In addition, a-party of seven : Ul nuns arrived to take up 1 residence in Russian Ortho I H t n vent-. One group arriving I ted of J sffl Irkutsk, Czernow it/. Vilna and B md. S it i: • i: L i: c T JOSEPH E. LUDICK YOUR NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN For Steady Progress PILL LEVER 9 A September Hi li "YOI R VOTE APPRECIATE!*' SERVICE • THAT'S FIRST RATE AT TOURIST RATES El HI I5RHEL MRLMS LONDON PARIS ROME ISRAEL .JOHANNESBURG • M TRAVQ. AGtHT OR a. Ai l$W&~AllUlr*S!r€W YORK .-CHICAGO -LOS ANGOiS-MONTREAL. AND HAQST To become u declare-;, one needs only Sooae will powerthen saving habit. Vour lags here, fully insured, earn 2Vi% interest per annum. PAN AMERICAN BANK OP MIAMI, FLORIDA MEMIEI: F£.Of*t RESEtVE SYSTEM FfDItAl OE POSIT INSUIANCE CO IP. S.f. til Sf. of 3rd Av. PHONC 2-7211