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The Jewish Floridian ( September 2, 1955 )

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29 Number 35 l Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, in a fie bid for peace in the Middle East, announced Friday the United jis willing to guarantee both Israel and its Arab neighbors against Ifrom each other. illes. emphasizing he spoke with the full authority of President tower, said the United States will help foot the bill for a proM resettlement and rehabilitation for 900,000 Arab refugees. |en as Dulles spoke, new clashes between Arab and Israeli forces eported along the Gaza frontier. (still a further effort to remove the "pall of Fear" hanging over Darned Middle Ettt, Dulles said the U.S. is willing to help in thing permanent boundaries between Israel and its hostile ors and to mediate in the still "unsettled" Jerusalem issue. ^Ile offer was made in a speech before the Foreign Relations I of New York. I •* S0V11T ARMS MAI RIVIAUD Russia Warned Against Offering Aid to Arabs; Geneva Spirit' is Cited s p • c • I .ring Arab • Israel border [take heavy frequent toll of \A "inflame an already danmood of hatred." Dulles be following speeific offer: resident Kisenhower will end that the United States i formal treaty engagements ent or thwart any effort by Side lo alter by force the hes between Israel and its ^ighborexpressed the "hope that buntrics would be willing to [such a security guarantee, it would be sponsored by |tcl Nations He i nid d States is willing up a "substantial" share of (national loan to Israel to ipensation to Arab refud from their Pale rtine bnd resettle them — either nr elsewhere. John foster Outlet makes proposal QUICK DEATH IN OFFING? Arab Leaders Flay Washington Peace Bid as Grand Sell-Out; 1 Schedule Conference for Sept 3 Special CAIRO—The Eisenhower administration's plan to bring peace to Israel and the Arab nations appeared in danger of quick death early this week". One Arab leader here said angrily that Secretary of State John 1 h DttUea Waa offering Arabs "30 pieces of silver to soil Palestine to the Jew.-" aI votecatcher in the 1956 presidential announced Saturday that the Arab nations will hold a high level conference here Sept. 3 to discuss the new Dulles peace plan. An official statement distributed to newsmen in Jerusalem's Jordan sector said the premier reported consulta-i is "willing to j the search for a solution" %  Utstii n ol permanent [ %  %  > boundaries if both sides election, fr Jordan's Premier Said El Mufti tions had already started among Arab diplomats in Amman, capital of Jordan. CAIRO—Egypt has agreed to a ceasefire on the Egyptian-Israel front near Gaza, the Egyptian government information department r: vealed early Wednesday. Egypt, the department said, has accepted the proposal of Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns. United Nations chief truce supervisor for Palestine. The announcement came as Secretary of State John Foster DtlOea sharply warned Russia that any arms shipments to Arab nations in the Israel crisis would be a serious breach of the "Geneva spirit" of peaceful co-existence. Dulles previously told a news conference in Washington that the U.S. "has received indications the Soviet Union has offered guns and ammunition to Arab countries." A bulletin late Wednesday from the British Foreign Office said that Russia has offered arms to "an Arab country.'' Although the Foreign Office declined to name the country, another British spokesman said that it, is Egypt. Meanwhile. Israel balked Wednesday at agreeing to a cease fire along the Gaza frontier and demanded that Egypt first accept respon-ibihty for the violence in the border area during the past week. It seemed virtually certain that the Cairo government would reject the Israel demand. An Israel spokesman said Wednesday his government has no confidence in Egypt's promise to stop shooting, given in response to an appeal to both nations from Gen. Burns. Premier Sharctt's government, the spokesman said, had replied to Burns with a request that he obtain the Egyptian government's acceptance of responsibility for the past week's "deep penetrations into Israel by terrorist units of the Egyptian armed forces waylaying and killing civilians, planting mines and seeking to terrorize our population." An announcement from the UN truce commission -aid Burns, after receiving the Israeli reply, had tried to get them to go ahead with a cease fire order became Egypt "in agreeing to the cease fire had a!' RUCTION VARKD ABROAD s Expected to Amplify Plans; Shiloah, Allen Discuss Gaza Strip plNGTON UTAi — SecreState John Foster Dulles Upocte.l t„ be asked for cation ol his views on the East situation Wednesfn he holds his press connut it was not known lr he would be prepared wate pending receipt of from Israel and the tates attention of the State Dent was directed here by |Minister Reuvcn Shiloah nost recent clashes in the fnity Mr Shiloah called Br Ke V Allen. Assistant p of state for Near EastF a >rs, to discuss the "seriMa developments and othJ-larael situations. lames K Murray. Montana i a aligned himself Wed*'h Sen. Walter F. chairman of the Senate Relations Committee d agreement with* the objectives of the Dulles proposals but feared that other nations would only offer token assistance. Sen. Murray warned that the United States would be willing to "take on some burdens in the interests of peace in the area" but asserted that "we can't go it alone." Press reaction here and abroad was varied. While all newspapers welcomed the initiative taken by Mr. Dulles, there was considerable disagreement as to the feasibility and effectiveness of his proposals. The Times of London said flatly that the Dulles statement is "likely to satisfy nobody in the Middle East." It asserted that the terms of the proposals go no further than those offered by Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden last April and "meet none of Israel's current requests The paper bluntly declared Continued en Page 8 A agreed to put a stop to all raiding, sabotage and mining." Earlier the United States intervened with the Israel and Egyptian At Damascus, Syria, a foreign j governments to get them to refrain ministry source said Syria and oth-, from further hostilities along the er Arab states would reject the | Gaza strip frontier and to resume Dulles offer. He said the offer i the Gaza pacification talks broken conflicts with resolutions adopted, 0 ff last week by the Egyptiana. I,y the Arab League for solving the j U.S. Ambassador Edward B. Law Aral) problem. These call, not only so n called on Premier Ifoahfl Sharfer compensating Arab refugees, e tt to deliver his govcrment's plea, but for sending them back to their homes in what is now Israeli territory. After Ambassador Law-mis via| it. Premier Sharett called the Israel Cabinet to an extraordinary The Arab League resolutions alsession on the security situation. so call for the internationalization The meeting was to be held Thurs of Jerusalem and protection of Arab interest in a settlement of the Palestine problem. At Beirut, Lebanon, Dr. Izzai Tannous, a leader of Arab refugees driven from Palestine in 1948, accused Dulles of "offering us 30 day morning, several hours before the newly-elected Parliament is scheduled to meet on the situation of the North African Jews. These develops came even as the United Nations chairman of the Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice pieces of silver to sell Palestine to | Commission Postponed a scheduled ...fJ.h ih. I meeting of the MAC, suggesting the Jews" to "curry favor with the Zionist vote in America." Continued on Pafe 2 A 6en. I. I. M. Burns am tot fast SOUTHEAST REGION DELEGATES C0NVER6E ON HIAHI Zionist Group Will Meet Here This Weekend The 18th annual convention of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America will be held in Miami Labor Day weekend. Sept. 2 through 5. Scene of this year's convention will be the Delano hotel. Convention chairman is A. Arthur Pckelner. presdent of the Miami Zionist District and treasurer of the South Florida Zionist Council. Co


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PAGE 2 A Frid fLi?**! M lam*** Accept tea %  -• *~ Continued from Page 1 A that it was •inconvenient" to hold such a meeting at Kilometre the border site oj 3J.-U' JUie because of the shjnutji demarcation li Notice Organizations, Religious! earlier complaints, W* "0^\^jEm& EgyptiS^l^n immediately. |||M |>l; v ,„ uith lire and lu-j A reliable informant Mid EfcTP been urging theni to cease nre ?' tian planes had entered Israeli jfT; a ong thc GaM Its* rw, ,T ft tailor from the southernmost point t (t ou ,1,.,. re>pon.lwl. S > ,( T g H"! TKH < '•J %  gro, of Egyptian planes rtrtch ,_, ^ ^ „„ n= .. ^"^^^CdclS SE C010RED DAY WORKilS YOUNC UNIFORMED u High TMM DaaMStk Weekly Maids Hotel Help •!;,*'. m ^ ?.rt.rf Maids Kitchen W **l ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES Mam o r — — __i Israel will lake all had violated Israel air space pearl !" 1 ,,, de£en< j ]{ the southwestern t.p of the Gaza ^^prSecT the .Wes of its wa The Egyptian planes < i.dnt •' MmMl v gpokei wait to get a close look at the Irael pilot-, hut turned tail and hur. 11 ic\ ii-,--man declared here, following UM German Court Names 'Expert' in Paternity Case ,t turnedI tail and bur— ^^ „„ grM ried back across the border as the "J !"!" .J „„,„,,.> personnel Israel fighters approached. ^ weok( n(| hjcludlni three al (A report from London citing l;H k> w hich cost the lives "I two MUNICH (JTA The Bavarian Egyptian sources said that a twoi srae ]is and four Egyptianst;.tCouncil for Freedom and JUS hour engagement between Israel %  Mreaiton has reached tice has fUed a formal protesti witn and Egyptian troops was fought Egy' %  in ( n .. with(1| „ pre the Ministry of JiiaUcejagainatth. along the Gaza border. The report jJgJ^KJ Jg delusion ol the ac.ion ol a German court at rr.unfailed to place the scene of the %  JJJJfieS agreement" between stein in designating a leading Vm fighting, hut said there were no g !" !" ^, gJJ ht spo kesman 'TaciaJ specialist' as an official Egyptian casualties.) Hi* Urit. ol the Egyptian armj court'experl a M****** Egyptian and Israeli foreheve not only attacked Israel senity case involving a Jew wno wai clashed for the fifth successive day cur jty patrols moving-along the deformerl) a 1)1. in the strife-torn Gaza border. In piarcation lines, he continued, but Cairo, an Egyptian military spokes t | u v have penetrated deeply into man confirmed the ground fightIsrael territory, mining roads, at ing but denied any clash in the tacking vehicles and destroying air. The Egyptian spokesman said wc n s w ,th a rising toll of dead the ground lighting began when ^nj wounded. Israel -cannot be Israeli troops attacked an Egyptian expected to let the situation get out outpost near Beit Hanoun. south 1)f hand ann w j|| take all measures of Gaza, tinted Nationtruce obfor j t> s,.|f-defensc and for the serverrushed to trie scene to help protection of thc. liveof itciti halt the fighting, A UN-aponaored %  ." h '' concluded. i itian-Israeli mixed armistice Meanwhile, Kol Israel, the Israel Commission, meeting to consider Government radio station, in its 'M TO OUR VALUED FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO WISH ALL OF YOU A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR .-_ — M _-...* %  *a*a >x u Lnuwwa oj rAui i/iditunuiuna. utu 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Pheasl Excitingly Different Taste! Nil Wt Philip Chudnovsky will be among guests honored on Sunday evening, Sept. 11, when Beth Raphael Congregation has a mortgage-burning ceremony. Also to be honored is Julius Sapero. congregation president. 8 OZ lEDCOTTi CHEESE miss S. J. Frecdman %  ad M. Itoplian HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ate., Miami Btach Between fourth and filth Sis. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues and Private Use Also for Hebrew Schools C"\D0 121D Telephone JE 1-9017 ISRAEL CERT /HC ATI $ i ^ID l tV Prescription Specialists 3S0 LINCOLN ROAD Entrance on Washington Avenue Phone JE 8-7425 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across from Sean Free Parking in Rear Phone 12-2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BE! BESIDE YOURSELF.., with a pest probltm? Worlds lorgesf III! INSMCTION > Services in tLe true spirit ot tLe JewisL tradition...and dedicated to ease the burden of the bereaved. — Ai> <• %  *••* ,S 1w CIMIIIH K„ (tw )M i ve rside 'MEMORIAL CM A PH.* J FUNERAL DIRECTOR ''ft Poiking — TWO CONVENIENT LOCATION^ A/.-mi Miami B*^West Flaglcr & 20th Ave. 1236 Washing* 00 ^ Phone 9-2664 Phone Jr. "^. 14-HOUI AMBUlAMClJ l V,Cl KDWAM) T. NEWMAN, Funeral Director *" *"'1!** IN Mw von*.: 76th Street and Amsterdam A BIOOKLYN • MONX • tox ,,u,



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. Septem ber 2, 1955 +Jel*tinurkHan PAGE 3 A \HVM Convention Reveals Committee Chairmen, Encampment Date Nears Mew Program Revealed At West Miami Center Rabbi Alfred Waxman Wednesday announced a new full program I of educational and social activities for >ounger members of the West Miami Jewish Center, peal Jewish W^eterw ggli and A "lancs mL4wtof "P Starting from nursery and kin5lan< For the JWV 6Dth national convention to be held m Miami der K nrten. there will be regular [Oct. 24 tn 30. Cohen, president of the 60th convention, Wednesday reveal t ; Hebrew school, Sunday school, prej Is, Auxiliaries Local Plans sh W >i r Veteran Color I of Honor wore present Sitting. 28. at Ml Sinai Cemetery (veiling ceremonies at the \i Herbert Horlick, formerly ber of l lie West Miami Post 9 AN" in iittendance were %  ate family and members of Tst Miami Post and Auxilirry (onen, piw..-*... S T.. 7vTT! 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PAGE 4 A r = ^Je^istn^jdM^ Friday, s* wjenistflaidtian Published every Friday since 1927 by the J"' h Floridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street, Miami IS. £'<>£• Entered a> second-class matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. IB'9. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Un ty and the Jewish Weekly. Member of &f "• Je "'* h A 7* !' araphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National EditdVial Association. Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspaper*, Fiona* Press Association. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E SU,h SWe, Telephones 2-1141 — 2-82l*_ t5 0 During The Week —\ By LEO MINDLIN 2!"*. '••1 It would seem th.it the Jews, of all people hould o..v..r B S C ; ^ T I 0 -"-^lLl FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Friday, September 2. 1955 ,, oa Number Jo Volume 29 r „ ir Elul 15. 5715 derstanding of the me a nin g of religion used -^ leiuibilitiea of ordinary mortals After all thev h **'PI i..r thousands of Ion* years the victims of rel'ieir! '"'"•I agonizing history in Europe over a period oMwL' tribute to man's inhumanity to man. They h %  reviled, robbed, tortured and murdered. The Roma" rk da out of society, then held them up as an example of fnH. nation that failed to accept the Roman saviour ^ d '"q* Is Mr. Dulles' Prosposal on Peace in the Hear East Too Late? ^SS^BSSSSs^ reversal which the Arabs neither understand nor believe. They were defeated in their aggression against the Jewish State in 1948. They would begin a 'second round^ as they have repeatedly threatened, if the Arab leadership could be certain of victory. But the Arabs are weak spiritually, and they can not be certain of victory. Then only assurance of crushing Israel is through the means to which they have resorted durina the past few years economic blockade and geographic isolation means against which our government and the Dulles State Department have never raised a single note of protest. For the Arabs, and Egypt specifically, now to accept Mr. Dulles' belated proposal would mean that their fondest dream an Israel-free Near East must come to an end unfulfilled. It would also mean they must accept a completely altered picture of our foreign policy, which habit can not permit them. The record of the Administration in the Near East during the past few years i amona the most shameful in U.S. history. Filled with duplicity and power politics, it iqnores the basic tradition of our American democracy the nurturing of free human aspirations wherever they may show themselves. Mr. Dulles' policy statement may be an honest effort to reverse this record. Yet. the U.S. has too lonq been intimidated by the Arabs, and the Arabs now have no alternative but to pursue their relentless position in the Near East and to ignore Mr. Dulles who, in the final analysis, they must believe is acting in the interest of public relations and his party's oncoming test at the polls in 1956. Eqypt's attack against Israel, as we see it, is a current test of the strength and sincerity of the Dulles proposal. It is for our government now to tell the Arabs that the American people mean what they say that the world wants to see peace achieved in the Near East, with Israel a free and integral part of the area. Otherwise, the Arabs will continue to have their day, and the Dulles proposal will then, indeed, have come too late. It is no qood for the proposal to continue the sham of U.S. "impartiality" in the Near East for the U.S. also to guarantee the Arab nations against Isiaeli aggression. In addition to being an insult to the Jewish State, this does no more than tell the Arabs that we recognize Israeli culpability in Near Eastern difficulties and merely repeats what we have been doing up until this time. There is something that sticks in the throat of Mr. Dulles and other U.S. spokesmen. It is ous opinion that they must rid themselves of this obstruction and tell the Arabs once and for all that Israel is there to stay ;n the Near East totally ignored the history leading up to the Otherwise, philosophical policy statements be^ mn^nf h U i r TIN n S P 3arheaded B i \ Th ee fore taY Political bodies will remain just that move at the UN to censure Israel. Nor has this — course altered since then. Former Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade, now U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, compounded the Dulles felonies by publicly flaunting the relationship between American Jewry and the State of Israel. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles last week came up with a U.S. move that is late by several years. In a foreign policy statement. Mr. Dulles indicated that Washington is willing to stand behind specific border guarantees and revisions as they affect Israel and the Arab nations. The proposal also touches upon compensation of Arab refugees and United Nations review of the status of Jerusalem. In toto, the purpose of the Dulles statement is to guarantee Israel against Arab aqgression and vice versa. Egypt's answer was immediate. Failing to enter into the spirit of Mr. Dulles' philosophizing in his proposal made before the Foreign Relations Council of New York, Cairo sent its ground and air forces against the Jewish State's border patrols. By Monday, Israel officials were askinq the United States to intervene in an effort to stop the powder-keg fighting in the Gaza strip. The request, made in a lengthy conversation cf nearly two hours between Israel Minister Reuven Shiloah and George V. Allen. American Assistant Secretary of State, followed on the heels of five bloody days of battle. Part of the Egyptian attack included jet planes, which penetrated Israeli territory over the southern Negev. But Eqyptian spokesmen, of course, insisted that the fightinq beqan when Israeli troops attacked an Egyptian outpost near Beit Hanoun, south of Gaza. It is our firm opinion that the timing of the Egyptian campaiqn was not accidental that the Egyptian battle was launched as a firm reply to Secretary Dulles' proposal. Part of the proof for this position lies in the fact that Western observers were this week less hasty in condemning Israel for the border infractions than they generally are prone to be. Indeed, a reliable private source in Jerusalem said the Egyptians provoked the entire affair by entering Israel territory from the southernmost point of the Gaza strip near where the strip meets the Sinai peninsula. The reasons for Eqypt's blunt reply are obvious. Three years of U.S. foreign policy as forged by Mr. Dulles have given the Arabs a feeling of superiority and infallibility in the Near East. The sum and substance of Mr. Dulles' position has been to woo Arab "friendship" under all circumstances—no matter how detrimental to Israel's outlook. Mr. Dulles has insisted upon favoring the Arabs with military assistance and has consistenly advised our government to side with them whenever controversy arose between Israel and the Arab bloc. This course was set as early in the Dulles administration as October, 1953, when the U.S. because of his religious beliefs. During the rapidlyio*? to the 1948 partition of Palestine, American Jewry iovm, i*' During his tenure in office as Mr. Dulles' advisor on Near Eastern affairs. Byroade accused Israel of being subordinate to the Jewish community of this nation and advised the Jewish State to integrate itself into the Near East an aspiration which Jewish State leaders have fondly entertained since partition and which Zionist Organization Meets Here The South. on of the Zionist Organization of America meets in convention on Miami beach tnis weekend. Delegates from throughout the region will attend convention sessions to elect new officers toda t0 USS V al lssues a{fe ctmg the ZOA What with numerous national Zionist leaders also present, there is no doubt but that this weekend should prove most fruitful as a means they have not been able to"implement precisely ous problems confronting 9 1 "^ ^ numerbecause of the machinations of the Byroades An interesting sidelight" is the fact that th. and his ilk in our State Department. host city ,s now also the seat ol the SouSeni Under such circumstances, the Arab League re< ? lon ZOA m de the move from Atlanta onll began to look upon U.S. foreign policy as fava ,ew weeks ago. n,a 0nl y oring all means employed by the world's govThu5 me ans that the Miami area's !.,;,>, ernments to crush Israel. Certain they could f omn !" nity is recognized as beinq one olh get away with anything, the Arab nations then lar aest and m st promising in the reaion opened their dastardly blockade against Israeli 1S to be ho P*d that from this city and thi. shipping and. in the face of reiterated UN deconv ention will emerqe a claniicoLn i 7 mands, closed the Suez Canal to Israel-bound nM Organization policy and a determine, cargo. Here. too. they met with U.S. silence. lo *• Amer.can Jewry in behal oT a which they interpreted as tacit approval. re u n,1 y beleaguered Israel as in riL • ^ Mr. Dulles' foreign policy statement made in zSStvn' ^ u ,6Wlsh Sla but when the New York City last week is thus the kind of cal SP ke Wl,h ,he ,0n <* of a clar on in a mightly outpouring of philanthropy-omanu'ed and economic leadership for the purpose ol auickwrfm-5 infant Jewish republic. s "* This outpouring was no accident. It was the result a horrified by the most destructive expression y, t achievedsfaf anti-Semitism; it was the result of a peopledecision wJ witness the barbarism of bigotry as a manifestation eith religious egotism or of socio-economic evolution. Thus, the Jewish State was to symbolize a nation in Mr Shapin.| that a Jewish State must necessarily base ,t,ociet) and tl cording t<> which that society governs Itself i n Jewba ((ptotherwise, it is not. in fact, they -a>. a lewish mtiotl a country whose population is principally Jewish; othennavi Israel may aubeoquo n tty become everything but ,i Jewisai nation, perhaps, controlled by the people and the philosoph/1 crimii Blast Jewr) for twenty centuries in Kurope. Hut what wn vaguely acquainted with the '"''^^i 1 hurch Irom it* %  bv the Roman Empire M r"yL to the huh p.nnt of its political power some four hun fT^L not fail to recognise the similarity between the me "^~,J the hurch to achieve itamis when I was in %  P""''! -i j those in current vogue among members of I nc l,M ^ Alliance ^_ Thej are omfoaraeJiy hsaaad ot Isaataidation •• %  J^B ntl) and objectively with divergent ^'"'VL,? Bense. it Incomes clear that orthodoxy generally-*" 0 J or in any other religioui philosophs strives to ""'"-kjpj "I view in .ts effort to survive as a system of thusmrn lion ithus no dill, rent, in tone or intention, from a J"^i When any body, of any nature, takel| l h,, V!'t 0 suWl dictating to humankind. 1 approach that bod> vv n hl -_atJ P'con In this ease, the effort is simed st f^fjTTgT employed by reUgiom leaders of other faiths and w* ^ for rabid orthodoxy. In subsequent csse^J other spheres—equally vital and with equal chalieiv and expression.



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,ber 2. 1955 BdtafttfiMfttoB PAGE 5 A fheast Region of ZOA to Convene in Miami Beach jnued from ?•• 1 all ZOA members who year visited Israel will tirdav afternoon, at 2:30 Greater Miami chapter ; ,h will be hostess to an labbat and reception in ZOA delegates and guests convention. Commodore the Hotel Vanderbilt, Miwill be the scene of Mrs A Arthur Pekely a member of the regnational >peakers bureau sah. a member of the Miami Hadassah chapter chairman of the Greater daisah leadership traini. will be chairman of speaker is Rabbi Irving of Temple Kmanu-El. nigh! "ill be the openOn of the convention in room ol the Delano hotel. ill preside at this sesram will include from Mayor Abe Arono%  ami, Mayor I). Lee PowBami Beach, and Mrs. Ir-trin president of the egion "t Hadassah. Leo L, president <>f the Southwill deliver the prc.-ii i rllowing the opi.i.n. lln ir will be a cock[in honor of delegates and in the ballroom of the Mont/ May morning, sessions at the Delano with a im m i ssion breakfast, jl i)c pre* ded over by p.Iks, i | Sashville, Tenn.. oi tin' Southern ZionCommission. This will Ei, l>> %  rtel rli>cussion IPOrk in the region. ParI in the discussion will be Burson, <>f Memphis. |l)a\nl G Iwin, of Miami i.m.. the convention will small groups for indinmiltee im ctings. Al Balpis, will be chairman of Fundcommittee; Sol [Atlanta, will chair the ^ip committee; Robert Augusta World Zionist ommittii Harry Jaffee, >m. resolutions commitBol Radoms, Birmingham, Education and programlion banquet is scheduled for Sunday night in the Cotillion room of the DiLido hotel. Toastmaster will be Ben Winick. of Knoxville, Tenn., former president of the Southeast region and vice president of the national organization. Guest speaker Col. Herman, formerly from Johannesburg, South Africa, was a foundation member of the South African Haganah and in June, 1948. joined the Israel armed forces, where he served as a Lieutenant Colonel. He later served as liaison officer with the United Nations Truce Observation Team in Israel. Monday's sessions will start with a public relations discussion at 9:30 a.m. Adelbert Friedman. Southern representative of the American Zionist Council, will be guest speaker. Arthur Pariser, of Orlando, will be chairman of this session, which will take place in the Fala room of the Delano. At 11 a.m., final plenary session of the convention will take place. Elected delegates from South Florida to the convention are Herbert Linick, Alex Van Straaten. Ben Appel, Dan Broad. Sam Friedman, Sam Prosterman, William IN THE THIRTIES TO MAKE ACQUAINTANCE |EFINED GENTLEMAN GV, Box 2973, Miami II tTMENT FOR RENT cnsist-Y NOLEN, Malmuth, Phil Salmon, Joseph Alter, J. J. Perlmutter, Julius Rosenstein, Saul Genet, Irving Schatz man, S. E. Schwartz and Al Ossip. members of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Sheldon Lelchuk, Dr. Ben Zuckerbraun, and Irving Shalom, of the North Shore Zionist District. Moses Meyer, Seymour B. Liebman, Arthur Pekelner, Irving Saal and Hy Soot in. of the Miami Zionist District. Sam Soldinger. June Moskowitz, Archie Goodwin and Josh Rephun. of the Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zionist District. Mr. and Mrs. Al Finkelstein and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Wcbman, of the Miami Young Married Zionist District. David M. Haris, Isadore Shapiro. Irving Oxenhorn, Maurice Kristal. Sam Barskin. Julius \V. Harris, Rabbi Samuel Lerer and Rabbi David Shapiro, of the Broward County Zionists. Max Friedson, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, Abe Hurewitz, Dr. Abraham Kitzen, Daniel Cravitt and J. L. Gabin. of the Coral Gables Zionist District. GLASS %  EVERY PURPOSE STORf FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS furniturt Topi, Btvclel AfiVrsrs mud Ketilvering Our Sptcialty IA (. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728 Harris Ortln MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVING* AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water ... and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVIS YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. o A Prodvc) of G.x.rol Foods THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOODTOTHELAST-DROP FLAVOR!



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PAGE 6 A >i^utnr*kHW Frida y, n j Mrs. Donald Goldberg She Richard wolfeons have their Oral baby! Ei.in. brought their Lisl.homo last week ... beautiful 630 University dr.. In Coral Meha'rd. as you probably know. Is MHeh.ll WoMson's nephew ^smtheV; widow of William Wo.fson. came in from NewYort fol a quiet sojourn at the Everglades hotel and to SOC the DW arrival j. Arnold Bressler, cunty judge ol "North £ took ""' from his vacation at the Algiers to host a "you iall j£*kw_ C.uests of honor were his COUSins. Dr. and Mrs. Irv.ng We.mnger, ] Miami Beach. Friends say that" the Bernard Sehifmanns are havil .urning in Nassau and the Out Islands Its Bernie's and Ethel's first visit awa) from Miami Beacn sinci : when they returned from u months ol Bemie expects to he hack at his Bache and ( ompan) %  in mid-September. *&ttJs&\ %  ST^STSJ: Ungvi fi berg L V, Ttie*M S. Starrs, of Meridian ave.. and the Joseph Levines, of S ..; d r saj their daughters are expected to return home next v k Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas are hack ,n their North ^ore dr home ter vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. George Coiher at the Colliers C'jla Vista Estate in Bethlehem. Nil „„„ %  ,„„ ., Fred and Henrietta motored to the mountains after spending I daw With their Children. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Jonas, m Boston vs that Stan and Barbara are "verrry, verrry nappj Dr and Mrs. Benjamin Rosenberg are thrilled it the accomplish „, „ their 14-yeai Bobbie, who hajust returned from 11 Ben and'Mickie are telling friends this story: Mali i pror m called "Junior Maine Guides." Campers from all over the State reel during the summer at a three-daj conclave to take proficiency is in mapping forestrj canoeing and such Mrs. Mthin Class Glasses Take Canadian Tour Miss Barbara Kay and Melvin Leon Glaaa were married Aug. 13 in the Shelborne hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Kay. of 940 Seventh st She was given in marriage by her father Her only attendant was her sister. Gail. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanmel Glass, of llarrisburg. Pa., the bride Roberta daughter ol Mr and Kril „ m had his brother-inlaw. Dr. Mrs Jerrj I angel, 917 NW I4.>th ( s|K Sllv( r>tin ,,. „f Bradford. Fa., abest man. Milton Bernard Cohen ushered. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offiDonald Goldberg il the s,, n of ciated Cantor Abraham Reiseman Irving Goldberg, assisted. Speak Vows Here was her grandmother's golf tedding ban i that Donald Goldslipped on the third fingei let; hand ol Roberta Barbara Lan%  rhey spoke their vows on Au IS m the Lincoln Manor Rabbi Henn Okolica officiated it., was given in man iai • I > her father June Rothberg served as maid of h' I wouMnrJou^kno^ IUH who 8138 sw 26th st His brother, Her\ cated dinner was held at the : sed their exam-. Bobbie was one He was also one ol the youngMl he.t Aumont Was btal man h ..tel following the ceremony. the fourth to pass on a first trj ^ „„„rc The couple spent the honeymoon i After a wedding trip to New on Miami Beach and will live at York and Canada, the couple will Flagler st live in Hamsburg. tnote ithat Maine Gov. Edmund Muskie feted the winners a i a I inquel in th.' Governor's Mansion in Augusta 4316 W \iile Tenn Newlywed Mrs Koraman was attired in a gown whose bodice of chantilly lace drape satin W .rd is that Mrs. Jeanette Good and her grandson, Harvey Farr, a splendid time on thencruise. ..,*Miss On III \\ C(1S Itinerary included Port au Prince. Port Antonio and Cuidad rru,. among Other placeJeanette aid Harvey did the West Indies M |\ korilllUlll r on the ss Evangeline Mls< J( ,, in ()rlm hcc JTnp Mr %  %  as zxsssmSvsrm CK..U.-, w ... %  ...,,,„ M* at the wedding, whose theme was TSLSrrS Pilot, .ndth at behind an autoPink M d white ,teerii wheel should be a delightful chat The bride is the daughter of < < c < Mr and Mrs Ham B Orlin. MM Max Maaaera are exp ick this weekend after six weeks Byron ave The groom's parenta thri !> Canada and the West. With Aiyce and Max are are the Joe Kornmans, ol Nash William Lindners. ... H i ling down the Mi tori have been Alyce's sister and brother aw. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bloteher, ol Providence, Kl Lillian and £:b [or a i" 'ion [ul storj again: They like it so much they Intend Wllh iridescent sequins and pearls Y ,mi their home Lillian reveaN that Bob, a teacher, has Tm v | 0( w .„ u ,. n | ong |;i( ,„,,„, ( (i inted to the facultj ol North Miami High. ;in ,| ,h c bouffant skirt ol nylon This should prove wonderful news for the Maaaera and Natalie and tl ,n ( had ( wo bands ol laci E I Lindner, who are old friends (puns ending in a sweep tram Her > 'eap was of lace and sequins with That eligible bachelor. WTVJ's vice president and general manelbow-length veil. r Lea Ruwlteh, wanted to remember his dearest friends. Honey and At1 ,. nii Marcos Cohn. in Washington on their 20th wedding annrveraary. | t Mjss R Lee, friends Chuckle over the story, sent the couple a singing M;inlm Gm<5be ^J"V "" • gram The Cohn*' thankyou tells the rest <.-1. ;J Postal Corrine Traeaer and When the operator called them. Honey wa-nt around, and the ^^ ^^ jJ^^JJJ maid was another cousin, Miss I.ana Cuba, also Ol Atlanta Best man was Harold Kornman. the groom's brother ol Nashville Assisting were Malcolm Danoff! Nashville cousin of the groom Bertram Traeger I %  Meister and Morton Palme, Ronald Purcell hack WM Junior usher Mrs Kornm; v< rsity ol Uabari a member ol Delta sororitj I %  rat r refused to sins until explanations had been made Next came Happy Birthday' dittj sung to Marcus all because FCC tariffs make visions only for such nd not for anniversaries. Well, happy anniversary Honey and Marcus. Hartie and Samuel Friedland cancelled all their engagements and • their gorgeous North Kay rd. mansion to attend the funeral of thi ir niece. Doris Silver Ostreicher. Happy note indicates that commentator Gabriel Heatttr i %  la his secluded residence on Flamingo dr. It was a Biege at Mount Sinai Hospital, and friends will be glad to km w Gsbe's recuperating ;• anybody's guess Doefabulous botelman Walter Jacobs plan 1 build a new hotel named the dul'ont Plaza' \\ i ti. r Kulm %  ft, lm<%k Htmmmm Th, i ni he is i The groom also attend the I i versity ol Alabama His socia temit) is Alpi,., Epsilon Pi He is Frances and Manny Smith are due hack Friday after a spell i n C ool ;,U %  membei ol Beta Alpha Psi Hendersonville. .xiouritim; honorarj and Chi ,\iManny's dining room is the beautiful Beef and Bird. With them 1 tl 1 !" statistics hon || e ,. escaping the heat were Francine, Alan and Ellen. '"' %  CCOUntln > v < &f 8> it-of-towi • v..,,. CV Symphony sparkplug Marie Volpe is in New York for a hud die with exquisite singer Jennie Tourel, who opens the BQason hen Oct. 31. am ;"' : Ul "" Present at a dinner •""' reception following the mony. After New York, it's a hide-away for 10 days in Boston, where — rrie vows she'll do nothing but read, rest and sleep. "Maybe event Grants H it • akfast in bed," she whispered to friends in Miami-a luxury she s iMOllKT or illotrnil Knrvrnlf hofnrn 1 T^.^ Mar hi IX er allowed herself before. Two year ol Then off to Rochester to spend some time with her daughter and | greeted h s'.-.-in-!awr, Eleanor and Labori Krass in their gorgeous home, which back in more park than lawn. Back in their beautiful Hardee rd. home are Helen > n d G.r Chartkof after Hendersonville. "* Mitchell Mandler %  • %  baby brother. Jeflrev ^ r enc(, K ^n the Bernard Mand from m S ,hC T arnval h0 !" rom Mt. Sinai Tuesday. D^inK grandparents are Ben and ( la "J Sa, L 0 ,' M ami and -5 Nat Smolowitz. New York City. r.rr KmKn • Hit* gfi, Mrs. Mark Gaejyaj' Gooclkinds Will Live in lialtiniS Honeymoon trip to Iwed the Aug 1 weddinjUJ Simmons Goldstein and u Goodkind in Atlanta Thei and dinner dance (UIIOM place at the Mayfour ChV Kabbi Kmanuel Feldasj formed the eeremon;. The bridegroom is n and Mrs Sampson M. 76 nd at, Miami Beach. 1|3 is daughter of Mr and HJ H. Goldstein of Atlanu. The bride, wearing 11 wedding gown of chaotjfl and tiered veil of illu-WT ing from a lace Juliet given in marriage by he] She carried a whit? white orchids and lilies oil ley. The pearls -he wore ital from her bridegroom. Mrs. Walter Hirschlwil lanta. was matron of hotel Klaus W Nordmeyer, tkj groom's si -ter from Nortfef and Mrs Theodore Franhu lanta. were hndesmatrotii They won \\alt7-leh|tl| the teal blue crystalet Klaus \\ Ninlmeyer brother in law's tx-st man Julius Cavalier, of S (.'. and Sidne) (IreensaaJ ami Beach u-hered The couple will live in I after Sept I The bnd affiliated with Glenn! craft Katzniiins lU'vcalj Elisc's Ik'trolhalj Mr. and MrJacob 3122 Pinetree dr. annouaul i gagement of their daughlM | to Jack Krati-h -inolr Mrs. Julius Kratish, 2SJ1 | ave. Miss Katzman b the Barnard School lor I New York City and all Cornell University beforel ring to the I niversib: f' She is a ni.'inber of S Tau and the Miami Be*| Hadassah Mr. Kratish ia a Miam Beach High School! attended the Inivenallfl He is a member ot l'hir and is presentlj a-' 0 "' Eagle Dinks and WareM The youni coup le J the Universit) of Munu.T marr.e


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feept embOTJLJjjgjPAGE 7 K "-* ^ 1\ Gene Troop H. Howard C. $ti Kaff Becomes [toward Stein iNalf and Howard C. Stein wedding vows Sunday, [at Lincoln Manor. fcaakoi i; >-cnberg and lelcnur ofliciated at the "ppti.il ceremony. |do ithe daughter o( Mrs. 541 SW 7th st. Mr. kother. Mrs Rose Stein. %  of Miami, now resides in T %  aft selected a gown o£ lace and nylon tulle. The cr basque featured a row t. Queen Anne collar and llccMThe floor-length ^kirl was encircled by a Jace appli')t'>' and ribbon%  rider) Her illusion veil [a crown of chantilly lace I trim. lie Urand of cultured ft of the Broom's mother, pnly jewelry worn. She white Bible with white nd carnations. Ihirley N;i11 was her sisol honor She wore krystalel arid carried a pnuqucl ol carnations. Kcstenhaum, recently |fr(ini i ,tee, was in the i book. ol Los Anred as his cousin's best p I' was ring bearlond Al rams and Lee %  ered J n re< i Bachelor I 1 'he Univerliami II is fraternity is Bpha He i> president of pch Masada. He is also |"t Knights of Pythias. Hoo al Lincoln Manor Ihe cen mony. After the pip to Nassau, the coulM .,! 1040 S\V 6th st. I New York City. 'i was a surprise J 'ding. He flew in If air (SHER BUTCHER VOWN. LONG TIME IN %  > iook.n a f 0r part-time emTButcher store, hotel, resI'nititution. Mr. M. 8 Box %  mi D c E r. D0MEST| C HELP P LE D Y WORKERS Employment [Service fa $t W. 94401 ffOENBERG. Owner IE TROOP yHMnw P*" Seudto Bridal* h| 'Nto Co,, St •* "Mrs M'eml each Ardmore MM. Daniel K. Franco Birthday Fetes Ben Minenberg A party Sunday evening celebrated the 71st birthday of veteran Miamian and Labor Zionist leader Ben Minenberg. Minenberg was one of the first officials of the Keren Hayesod in America, one of the founders of the Labor Zionist Organization of America and the Labor Zionist Press. The party was given by Mr. and Mrs. S. Lerner at their home at 1304 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Swartz, 1860 SW 14th ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 3. at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenandoah Junior High School and the religious school of the Miami Hebrew School. He will conduct services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Thorpe, Franco To Resume Studies The Algiers hotel on Sundav, Aug. 28, was the scene of a 12:80 pm. WVddtng between Iris Thorpe daughter of Dr. and Mrs Berlr in J. Thorpe. 1025 West 47th st Miami Beach, and Daniel Ra'ph Franco, son of Mr. and Mrs Simanto Franco. Montgomery, Ala. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El, officiated. Best man was Herman Franco, brother of the groom. Matron of honor was Mrs. I>on Golinskv ter of the groom, from Mon' ery. Ushers included Loon Colinsky. Edward Ffanco, Raymond Berlin and Jay Thorpe. Bridesmatron was Mrs. Howard Katzen. with Beverly Shapiro and Janice Klein bridesmaids. Flower girl was Caren Cline. cousin of the bride. Mrs. I^eonard Trieste/ was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Sophie Tropauer. paternal grandmother of the bride, flew in from New York to attend her granddaughter's wedding. The bride wore a chalk-white gown of French imported lace mounted over shell pink and white net and shell pink Duchess satin. The moulded, princess line of the bodice was outlined with a border of iridescent sequins and seed pearls, dipped to a deep "V" contour in the back. The skirt, tapered from ankle-length in the front to floor-length in the back, was a series of shell-shaped tiers caught up with tiny flower clusters of iridescent sequins and seed pearls. The same design motif was repeated in the bride's headpiece from which flowed a four-tier fingertip French illusion veil. The bride's ensembel was especially designed for her by Frances Jackson, cousin of the bride, who is the custom designer for Sada Sacks of New York. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Alabama, where she was vice president of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. At present, she is attending the Dental Hygiene School of the University of Alabama Medical Center in Birmingham. The groom received his BS degree at the University of Alabama, where he was president of Kappa Nu fraternity. Alpha Epsilon Delta pic medical and dental honorary and Scabbard and Blade military honorary. He is presently attending dental school in Birmingham. where he is a member of Xi Psi Phi dental fraternity. After an extended honeymoon, the couple are returning to Birmingham, where they will complete their schooling. Judy-Ann Horn Mr. and Mrs. Irving Markinson announce the birth of their daughter, Juddy-Ann, at Ilercy Hospital on Aug. 27. Mrs. Markinson is the former Dorothy Pepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, pioneer Miamians. The new arrival's great grandfather is'Mr. A. Pepper. the package and placed the ring on Fran's finger for Bill. Fran, a native Miamian, graduated from Miami Senior High, where she was a majorette and a member of Phi Sigma Tau Council. She attended the University of Florida, where she met her fiance. She is now working at Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association. Lt. Kahn, a Miami Senior High graduate, also graduated from the University of Florida, where he received his degree in electrical engineering. His fraternity is Pi Lamda Phil. He was project engineer in the recent atomic energy tests in Nevada and is now stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex. A Dec. 25 wedding is being planned by the couple. 11 ontainebleau HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities • For Information call Harry He*rfnlt Kother Catering Dapartmant A I k A0ZM& l| LND COLLINS AVE. 44th AND COLLINS AV6 Miss Frances Spec for Speetors Reveal Fran's Engagement, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spector. 1022 SW 12th st., announce the engagement of their daughter. Frances Ann. to Lt. William J. Kahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernett W. Kahn. of Whitestone, Long Island. N.Y. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector and the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dock. Bill, being in Texas, could not present his bride-elect her ring personally. Arrangements were made with Fran's aunt. Mrs. Harry Buan. to receive the ring which came by mail and secretly to hide it. A phone call came for Fran from Bill, and he directed Fran to look for a package nearby. Too happy and excited to open the package, Fran's cousin. Annette Buan. whose engagement was recently announced, helped open Levines Celebrate 15th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Levine, of 460 SW 11th ave., this week marked their 15th wedding anniversity. The couple were married in 1940 on Aug. 25. Helping them celebrate the occasion were their son, Norman, and daughter, Flora. DON'T BUY Until You Have Seen My Deal on a Forward-look 1955 DODGE-PLYMOUTH Set AL BUDNER BEN McGAHEY, INC. Miami's Largest Dodge-Plymouth Dealer 2000 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone PL 82-7611 MMAMi CONVALESCENT HOME 335 S.W. 12th Ava. LEO A HEN, Director Ph. 2-5437 and 9427S Specialiiing la Cart to the Elderly mad Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Service Special Ditto Strictly Obier-ed Private and Semi-Private RtetM Don't drag your guests all over Dcde Counfy-iee everything for 1 fore tf TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and loo | v "; PHONE 64 4579 FOR RESIDENT PASS, FREE HAVING A PART,? wt .


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FAGE 8 A •JimislJhrlgtoiL Miss Kordon Chooses Imported Chantilly Gown for Sunday Rites The double ring ceremony which .me. Her JJW W J* vrited Miss Rons Kordon and Mr. match her gown • h Stanley Rosenblum in marriage, ^f^^g^ff "rf Jim. v is held at 7 p.m. in the Crystal illusion netting itn peari ml, thP Sans Souci hotel on She carried Pro white orchidWill da Aug ?7 S, Max Sha, hh-oMhe *ltey on ~J "Siciated. The rings used in an Ivory mgjgk "J*3 ,eremony were made hy the given to t"Vj*J ** *£ ;:: K^ IS th e *** ^ t-:r:" and Mrs. Aaron Kordon. 130 f-pen'o "c 31st ct. The grooms parent.Dinnaay. are Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenblum. After %  two-weak honeymoon DDrexelave. Mr. Kordon save tri| ,„ New Orleans, the couple hi daughter in marriage. will be at home al 515 loth st Best man was the groom's uncle. Miami Beach. Meyer Forman, who flew in for >p), e bride graduated from Miami wedding from Hartford. Conn Sl .,,,,„. Uv _-\ } where she was a mem ,1 of honor was the bride's con ^ ()| T u| A | pha ,,.. preHiss Lynn I.e Vine, who wore i(j(i|it (1| 1ht u Kin ,i Jewish Commua pale blue net gown appliqued ^ Cen ter Youth Council she alwith white lace on the bodice Her quet was a cascade ol pink and pale pink ribbon trim: llowed throughout the re processional. Matron ot bon. | was Mrs Marvin Momlre-. also ridi who wi ,1 in a light aqua net, ball* Liss, Moskovitz Plan .June Rites Mr and Mrs. Nathan Lias, SIS South Miami ave. are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Helen Harriet, to Perry Wesley Moskovitz They met at the University of Miami next June. Alabama and will be married in MiLiwas graduated from Miami Senior High School. Her -orority is Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr Moskovitz is the son of Mr. and Mrs Ben Moskovitz, Nashville, Tcnn He attended high school in Nashville. K(hvi "' <| •'• Jan! Mr and Mrs Jo*,*, Long Beachu LT engagement of JJ Anita Iri, 0 F "* flj 8818 H.wthJ^^'U. He is son of Mrs nw of Surfside. and JJJM New York DrT1 Miss Shankev a a *| the Universit> 0 f Mu^TH nujjd with AiphTy aorority she s \J*?*\ Beach High School"* Her fiance is a UIJ i 50 attended the Iniver-itv ol Klorted from Miami Beach Si nior Hi h, and the University ol Miami with a B \ degrei In Enj lish He ed in the Dental I orps Medical Corpfor one year and is I re d in a light aqua net, ba current!) connected with a %  gth -own and carried the -ame liht v { r> „„ Lincoln rd Miami quet. Beach lie bridesmaid Miss Carole auve tulle gown and can Community Singers to meer Junior bri ,1 Miss Lynn Beth Kordon sis ot the bl Mrs. Sfoniey RoienWum WMMM Perk up with c:Thursda) even ng Sepl R Miami Beach I ommunitj Singers >'• '*" %  en theii 5 olonial type bouquet ol pink ,. iby's breath Ushers wen Martin U'oolii B ir cousins ol i, >. ''' i \ !" I with a meeting in the ol the Mian (enter Ben Vomen ot tin group, and Mrs Yemen, ning several imlions for the • Iu tiril j, re an import I ranos and altos are in I r< nch illusion vjted ti .. i attend the prelin Hntvl Moivl and Xparlmvnt ihtUSe Oil 114* IS NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR THE SEASON ^y Come in on ernment ma> dislike but which it would be foolish to rejet I The Neu York Times said that Mr Dulles' initiative hathe virtue that it bring! %  breath ot fresh air and common sense to a -i t ol problems thai badlj need solution it warned that if this initiative is rejected "the future lblack indeed tor both sidi thidispute, and the potentialfor explosion in the Middle East will be more frightening thaa ever I %  nun Guaranteed KoihorRabbi Joctb C*OM WWW*N~^W*V~ DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YOU M. LIEBERMAN & SONS Of IIOOKIYN, N.Y. PHul M.LIEBERMAxTsoll BKooiura.ftv >> LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • I ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE ami all ether painU Weekly Smkf fire Proof Constructed Storage rVorefcotiK 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE -v-v^-v^-v120 N.E. 9th Street Air Conditioned Ample Parking PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. % > % > % > % > > > > % % > % > > > > % > % > > % > > Sol's Strictly Kosher nUD Meat & Poultry Market] • Finest Quality • Utmost Courtesy • free MMf 7446 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE UN 6-6226 Under Supervision of Aoirdafn hrael Vaad HokosnrKffc CHUCK STEAK %  • Top Quality 49c lb. j LIVER • %  Baby Beef .... 59c lb. CHUCK OF SPRING LAMB 39c lb. (INCLUDING CHOPS) Open Half-Doy Sunday for Convenience of Our Customers WhrnlmmtOm Priema for Freezern S elf Svrviet MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS LARGE STOCK ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITT SINCE 1926 WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS Easy Living Values 3277-79 S.W. 8th SYREET PHONES HI 6-5W1 HI Mt SOL'S % K OSHER Valuable Coupon SAVE5C inside every peckop* BIROS EYE FRENCH nn



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September 2. 1955 + h*lK*nt+ktk*r PAGE 9 A %  3* Ickowitz, son of Mr. is. Philip Ickowitz, will Bar Mitzvah on SatSept. 3, at Betb El SynRabbi Shmaryahu will officiate. Isaac Ada Merrit Junior :hool and has been a at Beth E! Hebrew | lor three years. There a reception at the home on Sunday afin honor of the Bar *n A. Flaste, son of Mr. is. Irving Flaste. 945 48th st., will become Stzvah Saturday, Sep3, at Temple Beth Rabbi Leon Kronish Richard, a stuBeth Shalom religious is in ihe eighth grade Jutilus Junior High •v Uen Morse, son of Mr. Is Ray Morse. 9048 ave.. will become zvah during Saturday %  Sept. 3, at the North Center. Rabbi J ftkramowitz will offi[Jck i s a 8tu dent at School, where he is 'he eighth grade. ^ds the North Shore Centex religiou. Mddush wUl follow • and a reception will I on Saturday evening ^vereign hotel. Ira Pozen Will Be Biir Mitzviih Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pozen. will become Bar Mitzvah at Saturday services of Beth David Synagogue, conducted by Rabbi Yaakov G Rosenborg. Ira is an eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High School and is a member of the school choir. He has attended Beth David religious school for the past seven years, is active in the Belli David Bowling League, Cotillion and Boy Scouts, Coming from Detroit for the or casion are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hclfman and family. Mrs Helfman is former president of Adas Sholom Sisterhood and chairman of the Women's Division, Bonds for Israel, State of Michigan. Also attending will be grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helfman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Helfman, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Helfman, Mr. and Mrs. George Kollcnberg, Mr. Charles Helfman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lupovitch, Mr. and Mrs. Maury Shacket, Mrs. Sam Goldendaughter, Mrs. Gary Wolfe and son, Mr.' and Mrs. Katzman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pozen. All arc from Detroit. Mr. andMrs. Irving Rubin, Mt. ( leniens, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mulne. Flint, Mich. On Sunday, the Pozens will be iMMtfl to invited guettl at a dinner in the Fontainehleau hotel. N O R T 11 II I 1 / I 1 iV S Re-eleet CURTISS HAMILTON Tht Candidate Who Has PROVEN that HE Servts with Ability Integrity Experience PULL LEVER 4-A SEPT. 6th %  IM I'.. I AdV.) Urn Poien ySbT M AUGUST BROS Rv f is the at vr' 1 Katz to Chant At Beth Tfilah Officers and board of directors of Congregation Beth Tfilah Wednesday announced the appointment of Harry Katz as Baal Schochres, who wilNperform during the High Holy Day-. Katz. well known for his powerful voice and liturgical interpretation*, lives with his family in Hollywood, Fla. He has recently returned from a trip to Israel, where he visited his father who has resided there for the past six years. BB-BLICT JOSEPH E. LUDICK YOUR NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN For Steady Progress PULL EEYER 9 A September tith "YOI R YOTE APPRE1 MATER" IM. Pol AdV.) BETTER WAYS OF GUTTING MONET i The Installment Loan Department of this conveniently located downtown bank welcomes loan applications from those who require money for any legitimate purpose. PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI, FLORIDA MlMtlli EEOEtAl IESEIVE SYSTEM HDiHAL DEPOSIT INSUIANCE CORP. S.F.. Ht St. ot 3rd Avc P PHONE 2-7211 A NEW TASTE THRILL FROM SEASHORE ... Nome Made CUCUMBER DELIGHT ( Prepared in a tangy sweet andi sour brine, [combined with taste-satisfying Bell Peppers and 'sliced Bermuda Onions, together with a variety of delicious spices • RM I ... Cucumber Delight at your favorite groeery store • PtcfceW fcy: Seashore Products Miami, Fla. tS BRAND ^d I Eleet R. L. McBANE YOUR OI \l MEM AX of > OUT II MIAMI SEPTEMBER 6th PI LL LEVER 10% (INI. Pol AU | MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 710 S.W. l?thAve. I333DADE BLVD 3-3431 JE1-7677 cfke Vordon,£ic. E Dar



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PAGE 10 A RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi Isaac Lercr will preach on the topic: Man in the Spiritual World." Saturday morning services arc at !> William (Mien will become Car Mitzvah. Hincha is at 6 p.m.. preceded DJ I class in Talmud. • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 6:15. Saturday morning services are at 9 Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate, with (. antor Fishel I.utman rendering the nuiMc.il portions ol the liturgy. Mincha will be at 630 followed bj Maariv. Dailj services are at 8 a.m. and 6:30 pm With Sunday morning services at 9 • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday ever, ic al 6 30 Saturdaj mon £££_'$£. Candleliffhtinfflime CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening services at 8:19 Kahhi Morris Skop will discuss Facing Disappointmentin Life." Saturday morning senare at 9:45. Martin, son ol MrBertha Kortt. '" become Bar Mitrvah Mrs. Kurtz will b* hoat, -.it Kiddush. • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening at 6 30 Saturday morning -ci are at 9. Rabbi Alfred Waxmu will preach on the Weeklj Portion cha is at 6 p.m.. loll. • discourse on Ethics ol the Fathers BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE "ill hold Fri i) morn ,,,, a. 8:15 Rabb. Henry OkoUcj will preach on the topic. UbOT gjJ ( ,„or Maurice Neu will Snder the musical portionof the Surgy. with Lucille >'' M,rt d,rcct tDC choir Saturday services are at 9 am Daily 1C ,„ vwll be at 7 P m. morning %  en HI Abramowitz will '<• •''' ck son ol Mr BI I Mrs Ray N Mr and Mrs me Bar Miti ird Klein will render the musical portions of the litui i S union is sched ill '• "Our Modern Youl TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM : Friday evei 5, with Rabbi Leon K: ficii %  ••>' morn al 10 45. Richard, -on ol and MrIrving, Fla-te. will be e Bar Mitzvah Cantor Samuel Ki temer will render the musical •:oi the lit.. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services -un-ct Saturday morning sen i are al B:30 Rabbi B I-cun Hurwitz will preach on the topic "The Promi-e.l Land." Rev. Rmi. Brill will render the mu-ical portions of the liturgy • ISRAELITE CENTER will bold Friday evening services at ti ;t" Saturday morning -erviceare at 8 30 Rabbi Morton Malavsk) will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the mu-ical portion the liturgy. Evening -er\iceart : .1 lowed by ShaloDailj will be at 8 am and 15 minutes fore sundown BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION Y ning •en • • '." -. • irday mon sen Rabbi Louis I mar. te and discus: At Ethi • Fathen Daily ice Elul IS — 6:19 p.m. TEMPLE SINAI of Holly* will hold Fr.da> evening MTVICM p R abbl David Shapiro will discuss: "Habits and Character yehudah Heilbraum will render the musical DOltiona o the hturgj MrYetta Lefk-w will be host at theOneg Shabbal following in honor ol her -on. Edward, who wi ,l Bar Mitzvah during morning -.niceat 9. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Fridaj .,. mg servicei al B:80 Rabbi ,ham H.r-on will discuss Know Your God Mr and Mrs i Gitlen will be hosts at the Bbbal in honor of their • | 31st wedding am Saturj ten ici are al 0 Sub ,,, ^e sermon is scheduled i ting Monuments to the Livii • • • HI AMI m imiw iSe T ilti S.w. lzth AVENUE. MIAMI MOOt \s NOUMCBt THAI RABBI SIMON APRIL J wil l OOMD1 High Holiday S<>rvfr Pn CANTOR BEREIE KELEMER ASSISTED BY A CHOIR OF OUR OWN MEMraa SCHOOL BOYS. WILL CHANT (Y1SCOR SERVICES li AM.) 1 KKETS: $7.50 • $: :500 Oui Office Open Daily and Evenings from S to 10 or may be Made by calling v < %  ;.. :•:• ZSVf&S. The Officers and Board Members af I (Cmtjwgatimt ^cth j ii are at 8.43 Rabbi Y H -en berg will officiate It I Mr and MrS will be ie Bar Mitzvah Class ;n Ethics of the Fatherwill be held at 5 45 Dail are at 7:30 I ni and 6 30 p m. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening v ,. rv p m Saturday mornare at 8 30. Rabbi Jonah I plan will officiate and preach on the topic: -The Jo> of Being Anti-Religious." tantor ham Sell will render the musical portionof the liturgy Class in Ethics of the Fatherla 45 p m Mincha will be at 6:30. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and tj 15 p.m. BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA TION will hold Fridaj evening services at 7 p.m. Saturdaj mornces are at 8 30 Rabbi Arie Becker will preach on the ., _. ... trie The Mute Testimony of U.S. to Disregard Opposition stom in Taimu.i ,at 8 By AraD$ to Johnston Visit am. immediately before cervices Class in Fth.cs of the Fatherill WASHINGTON (JTA) State be at 6 p.m followed by Shalos Department sourc-1 lew ll"-twill l>e Mr. and Mrs ph Schwartz. > • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening -en ices at 7 30. Herbert Buchwald will officiate, a^-i-ted by the choir Kiddu-h will follow Satur da) morning -erviceare at 9:30 • 0 NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senthe rumor that the Jordan Government will ask President F.i^enhower's special envoy to the Middle East, Fnc Johnston, to again post pone his visit to the region until September, "a straw in the wind." According to State Department source-. Ambassador Johnston is determined to arrive in the ArabI-rail area to present the American-spoiTsored regional water scheme He will visit the Arab states fir-t and then Israel. The P'fmtr Canareaafian an Miami letci 301411 WASHINGTON AVENUE •MMMK* that reierirafiaai m* %  • baiai lake* far HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES IN BOTH STNAGOCUIS COMFORTABIT All CONOfTUffj] Caaa'aef ed ay Ot. TNIOt N. STUN, Rabbi IIV. MAUtKE MAMKHES, Cant* Treditianal Servkas kataaative Readinai ia Uaia SEIICHOSS SATUiDAT, SEPTEMBER 10th AT M!INKn %  eaister Yaar Child hi Oar Nafcrcw aaa Saaday MMI -II ( *W'W^.>'WWW*l.<-'W*W l WWW^ TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETION OF AN ADDITIONAL AUDITORIUM AND .7S HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES FOR REFORM JEWISH WORSHIP TWO AND Jackson Unveiling s • M Rv M %  Gelfner Unveiling %  ent %  %  8AMI EL CELTNER formerly of 1780 S.W JTH S %  fill take place I BE* -JIM • Mr. SINAI MEMORIAL PARK Cl Ml n RY Mr Geltncr ii survived by wife. B erti e; three ions, Bernard B.. of Chicaco. Herbert B. and Barry M : and daughter, Sara Mae: also a sister. Rose, of Chicago. Arrangementare in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Fnend and Relativearc a-ked to attend. SERVICES IN THE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM NEW AUDITORIUM TO BE CONDUCTED BY DR. JOSEPH R. NAR0T Cs-_ JACOI Brs s j c •• Torah Temple 1254 WIST AVINtK, Ail AMI IfACH, FINU llll.IE HOLMDAY SKIlVIll ,1 ffc fceaafir.l aaa air-eaarfitiaaea llihisi-us Audilorium 10tk STREET aaa ALTON IOAD, MIAMI lEAfJ Saatt Maaarat.ly Priced MBaMaJI CANTOt JOSEPH W. MALIK RABBI LOUIS A. I RANI AIIAHAM M. CASSEl Moke yaar reicrvotiaat naw by talliao Ji HOSt • e| T mple OHka, 1J04 West Aaaue, Miami InWl DR. MAURICE N. EISENDRATH -NION or < WO s so CMOIM Cs llnfermolion cboul Ttmp'e Membership end Hiqh Holy Day orfendor.ee, *t the Office: 137 N.E. 19th Street PHONE 91757 Doily between 9 o.m. and S p.m. ^/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/j > Beth Raphael Congregation (formerly Downtown Synagogue) 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE. MIAMI *' E AM J S2f2.3 AK WATWi HAVI ENGAGED THE TO lR '5RAEI KELEMER HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES RABBI ARIE BECKER NV.I-L DELIVER MIS .N.Pm.v. AMMMrRr T1N(; spRu TICKETS FOR SEATS 13 lJ$; Available Daily f riim 1 a m. ,., J P m -n j ,„ p m at the Above Addrew 4 < < < 4 4 4 i i t t 4 ZAMOHA ii rHADmONAL CONHKVAWl •JEWISH CBKT0 44 Zamora Avenue Coral Gables NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS for HIGH HWY DAY SERVICES In Our Completely Air Condii Center Uniform Prayer Bocks edited by fk M* % distributed f oil worship?'" Skull Cops and Sonke TW* distributed to Oil worship*** Rabbi B. Uo Hvrwiti j Cantor Rodolph Brill FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HI H **********A*.AA*A****'



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[ September 2, 1 1955 %  "WU &0M (Mi i I u n r i c s JOSEPH DAVIS 6. of 5771 S\V 71 h st p.iHMe.l ;IW.,\ Aim 2J in Puerto HI. O H< la nil vtved b) IN wife, norm; ona wu Jerry; ;• daughter, Phyllis; one Branddausjhter, one brothei and rou tern. M I \ I. • I ,• .\ III! 13 .11 I he MlHini Rlveralde, nh Interment in Mt. .N'.l.o i '.met. ry. / iflaA.5/ ,UDOLPH "OSES j 'HjfWiSmi 8w IStt .-! Mind avlay Aue IB iii %  local hospital, lip' | M survived bj iiidauchti i. Mi. i:. Cole, one prandaon, Joseph, and two KIMIMI.TJUIHIH. i > %  Hervlci Alia the Miami Riverside, with Interlent in Mt. Nebo <"• in, I, i>. MRS. JENNIE TATZ TV H i.-i'ient hciiin .warn, dii| AUK. M at her borne, MM Ocean • i %  sinleaves %  dauffhter, lira Rose Teller, Miami Beach, anil MIX eona, Service* ami iniii.il were In Brooklyn, with Riverside Memorial Chapel In •hHi'K Hummel, Miami, and Rose, New York. Bervlcea and burial were In New York, with i Memorial <"hH|el in charge of arrangements. RAYMOND BAIN :.*. of r.ii sw loth at., owner of a food prodni (• business and a resilient lit if kO viaij, coming from Montgomery, Ala died AUK ;n. II,. leaves hla wife. (• ionn.c; two daughters, itonnie inn and Inns Ituth. Imth Of Miami; a brother. Morris, Coral Gables; ami a sister, Services were Aug. 2.". In >I.IKler Funeral Chapel under the direction of item h Memorial chapel >wlth Interment in Mt. Nebo Cemeterx |ense Group Hits Bands in Tunis IT \ U wish sclf-de|uphere n puised several oslems who made %  i attack the larter here. One man wounded durbash. There were few i but I he Jeworpeir awn resistance forces ceded in dispersing 1 the MRS. MOLLIE LtVIN 7". of 73!.i Carlisle ave died Aug. 2.1. Horvtces wars Aua. :'4 In Miami Beach Riverside Memorial Chapel, with burial in Mt Nebo Cemetery. LOUIS CHERNIN •i7. of Mt i'.nidi.i ave. Coral flshles, died hei Hi i \ Ices n sn in %  I Kuiieral Home Aug It, with inent in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. BEATRICE SEIDEN •I, of I:UI North Mlchlaan ave., died AUK. :'I [the leaves her husband, Hernard, Miami Bi s< h, four sisti • < ludiiiK Ml Ml n Hteward and Mrs. Julia Mots, also of .Mm ml Reach. Hervn B I "hain I. W It I) b^l lal ill Mt N't b., I "ell le THEODORE L. STERN 71, of 67S .--. mill Slim e dr 11 Impoi tor, died A at -" %  He came here wven ytsacs ago from \. Yoik. lb hiklater-ll \ii~ Stella Stern, and s niece, Helen, both of Miami Beach. Be vlcei were AUK. -I In Kiverttlde Ml in, i.il Chanel, •:n:n naiB rutr? [S/I/'P in Fully Air-Conditioned Comfort During the llllull HOLY DAYS )R THE FIRST TIME IN THE COMPLETE BEAUTIFUL NEW EDIFICE OF THE idath Israel Hebrew Institute IRIYIE AVENUE CONDUCTED BY: MIAMI BEACH SISAAC HIRSH EVER CANTOR FISHELE LUTMAN •rand Spiritual Leader Young Israeli Liturgical Artist Assisted by Choir ''• Token Doily at Hi* Office-**. UN 6-Stt* or UN 6-120* | Ual %  '"^benhip Fee of 12900 Entitles Member to One Admission Ticket for Imprsssivo sntf Dignified Services "tCHOS-SATUIDAY. SIFT. 10th, 12:00 MIDNIGHT [ '"'tionai Progressive School with Self -Expressive Educstion IT 01 1 V UR SON OR OAUOHTER IN OUR HEBREW AND SUNDAY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL. Elementary. Interna Advanced Children. Ages from 4 to 10School Starts Sep• %  3.30 p.m. rmon. President Judge Chsrles Oertler, Chsirmsn of Board MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd st Phone MO 1-8201 '*W4'*W'W'W*WAM'W'W*W'' I W*W'W' Miami Beach, with Interment in Kaur!• i MatnortaJ park. MR8 SOPHIE ROTH •p. ... lit Oollln ave., died Ani New 'V"H' '" "' i.duar.i. Miami beach, and i:,: No* York; ., emiiaW LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE AH i NAI I.I: PHOTO h ITOIOH „i mwth s.,e.,. MI. ...„,,;.',„! '" "Sid name with the ,',!::;,:;"• %  "" Co !" % %  < "••"•• DAVID M. SSrSlV*** Atti rn. Fni Applli snl • 'i Bl* ai m KIIIK IM %  £? TI SfLP V PUBLICATION 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 1S2S44 LOUISE BWEftNET, Plaintiff %  I'dix^K BWBKNBY, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN V SWKKNKY ISIS Pleasant Avenue Union City, New Jersey TOJJ are her. by notified that .1 Kill '• %  complaint for Divorce baa boon iibii ssralnsl you, mid you are required to serve a copy of four Answer or 1 i.a.iinif to the inn .,f Complaint on the piainiiffs Attorney, MILTON II RICHMOND, 1 Lincoln lb.ad BuildIns. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the orlclnal Answer or Fieadlna !n the Office of the Clerk of the Cir.uit Court on or before lbs Ird da) ..f i>.t,.|..r. ItSS. If you fail to di tu.lKm.nt by default Will be taken aaalnst you for the relief demanded in the inn of Complaint, This notice shall be published OtlCS each Week for four Consecutive Weeks In THE JEWIKH I-1.01:11 >l\\ DONE \M> ORDERED at Miami, Klorl la, thla !th daj of Ausust, 1955 E B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, 1 ktde '"ount\. F|oi Ida lt\ R. II RICE, lit circuit Court S'-.,i Deputy Cl< ik •• 1-9-K-21 Htrivfrefatfenr, Lonaj Island) N. i m it'nerside Memi.oai 'Chatssl, M I Hid %  i-i, ,. MJsa Minnie Itothfleld. IScH.h, with burial in VVoodlawn .-'... vl.eu 11 %  \ DC, IS '•'•>. i I Pal NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 132753 CHARLOTTE IRIS BCNIS, Plaintiff, \ a ROBERT >i\:< IROE Bl'NIrt, 1 lefendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< I Ri iBERT (JE< IROE IH'NIS i Drug 1 'ompanj. I. 1 In 1.. pai t men) lalmoulh. Mai -.n bu % %  f. are hen by notlfli .1 thai .1 Bill of Complain! f..r Divorce has filed asslnsl )ou. ami you an reo i oj,\ of youi Ansv • Pleadlna to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, NORMAN II OOLD8TEIN, 1 Lincoln Road Buildpii;. Mi. in, i Beach, lloiida. and fibthe orlslnal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or .before the Ird daj of October, If you fail to do so, ludffmenl by default "ill be taken scalnst you for the r.ii.f demanded in the mil ..f Complaint. This notiee shall be published once each week for four consecutive week* in THE JEWISH Kl.olti I n A N DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this tStfa da) of AiiKUat, A.P. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clark, Clrcull court. I 'a.le County. Clorlda By It. II. RICE, Jll. (Circuit Court Seal) l'.|iiitv Clerk I L'-'.-16-L'T IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 33766-B RE ESTATE (>K JACOB W. SI EG EL. also known as JACOB WOLF BIEOEL, also known aI W. HI EG EL, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given that 1 have filed my final report and petition for Klnal DISCharfM .i Adnilnlstrator of tiie estate of JACOB W BIEOEL, also known as JAColl WOLF BIEOEL, also known as .1. \V. SIKOEL, deceased; and that OO the IH day of Bopteinix r. IS6S, I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Hade I'ounty, Florida, for approval ..1 said final report and for final discharge ..^ Administrator ol the Estate ol JACOB W. SIEGEL, also known n JACOB WOLF HIEGEL •.!-" known as J. W SIEGEL, deceased. Tins !>'. day of August. ItSS, CARL W HIEGEL, \. administrator i.f the Estate of JACOB W BIEOEL, also known us .1 \.oi; WOLF SIEOEL, also known as .1 W. SIEOEL, Deceased MY KKS. II KIM AN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator If-JJ — I J-v rMin %rs vou 'inonenff the rriarty Unaffiliafcrt rtsident* of Grt^CT Miami, or one of the new families 'now streaming into our community. Tfreth IWib .(Cnityrc^ation 2625 SW. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA Miami's Oldest Conservative Synagogue cordially invites you to join our Congregational Family. MKMBKRSHIP includes seats for High Holy Day Services. Religious Services all year. Religious School and other activities Rhl.IGIOl'S SCHOOL provides an excellent educational program for children from Nursery and Kindergarten through Bar Mitzvah and Confirmation, geared to make them well integrated American Jews. ACTIVITIES for young and old include: Institute of Adult Jewish Studies, Sisterhood, Men's Club. United Synagogue Youth and Young Peoples League, Cotillion and Scouting. FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 82-4795 TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Yoohov G. Rosenberg, Rabbi Herbert E. Scher, President AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT ''W'W'WA-r'W'W'W'Ue'V n^nnn ?enn wi ruin ?N jnoty? CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH Moderately Air Conditioned, Beautiful Synagogue 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Phone JE 8-1521 ANNOUNCES that the office is open daily until 10 p.m. for those who wish to reserve or take their seats, for the coming High Holiday Season RABBI JOSEPH E. RACK0VSKY WILL CONDUCT SERVICES AND DELIVER THE SERMONS AND WILL CHANT THE SLICHOS SATURDAY NIGHT (Sun. 1 a.M.) September 10th Israel Diamond, President CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER Cordially Invites Tow To Attend" High Holy Day Services at our Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAL GARLES Conducted by RAID MORRIS A. SK0P and CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON sssisfed by THE CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR Air-Conditioned for Your Comfort For Information Please Call HI 8 8073 /^*V^V^V rf *V^^^*V rf> V^V^V^* V^*V^^^*V rrl 1 II North Shore Jewish Center The Conservative Synagogue in the North Shore Area Cordially invites you to attend HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES 620 • 75th STREET, MIAMI BEACH Conducted by RABBI MAYER ABRAM0WITZ and CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN Assists*! by the North Shore Jewish Center Choir under the direction of Eli Samuels Air Cons'itisned for Year Comfort 'The Office Open Daily from t a.m. to 10 p.m. FOR INFORMATION CALL UN 6-0221



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WHAT Of DAY 1001 MOVEMENT? MIAMI. FLORIDA lewiisltUBoipidlJIaHR Friday, September 2, 1955 SECTION B THE WRITINGS OF SHOLEM ASCH REVIEWED jomic Development is Israel's Major Concern Today lYORK "The number one people >f Israel, [border incidents and the Mih Egypt, b ecotpansion and stability.'" Dr. artz, vice president fcutive head of the Israel y. ization, declared this flowing his return from with Israel GovernB'lt rEhwartz, who assumed dint the State of Israel Bond in the United States and Is ol the free world last Id thai "although the re, reflect various divi[political opinion, there is noufeeling in Israel rein that State of Isidv .in vital to the sound Dl Israel's economy." mc week survey vi-.it Dr Schwartz conferred ne Minister Moshe Sharbise Minister David Beitinil Fin.nice Minister Levi oi' 'in program for the ni sales of Israel Bonds |ve made available more D.IHIII.IMMI for economic de|it during the past four hi' Israel Bond leader also President Itzhak Ben Zvi. ng for myself some incipal economic enter;it have been developed | i Israel Bond funds. Ily understand why pubi in IM Iso strongly with their importance lg up the country,*' Dr. i red I" Israel, l>r. Schwartz rences with EuroIhe (.unpaign for of Israel Bondl in Hollium and Switzerland. Me of Israel Bond camlaunch its peak activity K a national mobilization which will be held in Dn. D C on Saturday eve10, .mil Sunday, Sept. tour of Europe Dr. Schwart! was acbj former State Attoriil Nathaniel S. Goldstein S Green, financial adu State oi Krael. p ugh we arrived in Isdayi following '" : elections, we found one concern of Israi I was economic M." Hi. Israel Bond I '"'-' to note that lion campaign 1 achievement irometer of but of the ih" young P made in the American aid. Irael Bond "'' %  i States," Dr. a'lis believe that all oth%  will be brought quickf'ution, if the economic ma de impregnable. Itdation oi the country's "all) regarded as J l! single factor in ife realization of peace P r at Institute P.vnagogue Youth Group [Emanu-EI is now being hj seven of its teen f r at a Southeast region [Training Institute held f u Star. Hendersonville. Mna, from Aug. 24 to lording to Paul Kwitney. P Vl "r and Temple EmanB> leader. Members of P e group are Frank % "'Bookcheetor, Lester V Ronald and Paul RuthT Sh apiro and Leslie 1,(1 trip has been made "> sponsor, the Temod. tee on overseaservice for NationMrs, .lean C. Lehman, president of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, announced Wednesday that Mrs Leo Ackerman has !>een appointed a member of the national commitB'nai B'rith Plans Membership Drive Membership planning session for the 1955 B'nai B'rith membership campaign in South Florida will be held on Wednesday evening. Sept. 14, at the Hotel Algiers, it has been announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, president of B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida. Julius Fisher of Roanoke. Va., secretary of District Grand Lodge No. 5. B'nai B'rith, Max N. Kroloff of Washington. D.C., national membership director of B'nai B'rith, and David Gorman, district membership co-chairman. will visit Greater Miami to participate is the session. George J. Talianoff, presidentelect, Florida State Federation B'nai B'rith Lodges, has been appointed general membership chairman for the 1955 drive, Balkin announced. | al Council of Jewish Wmen. %frs. Ackerman is an active member of the local Section, as well as 'many other community projects She is MOW serving her second term as president of the Jewish Family Service. She was chairman of the preschool blind children project sponsored by the local Section of Council, which resulted in the inclusion of blind children in the Dade county public school system and in Council's winning the annual club award for 1954 give by The Miami Herald and Station WQAM and an honorable mention in the Women's Home Companion for 1954. Beth David Reveals New Registration Effective Sunday. Aug. 8, Beth David Congregation religious school opened its school registration with a unique system of mail order registration, which will facilitate the enrollment of children from the home, according to Charles dropper, chairman of the board of education. "We belive that this system will expedite the enrollment of the unusually large number of students anticipated in Beth David religious school this year with the minimum amount of paperwork and redtape." Cropper said. Cards of admission and reenrollment are being sent each child. In order to meet the demands of parents for information about the revised educational program et Beth David, special orientation periods have been provided with parents who will 'meet with Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg and Isadore Dickman, educational director and faculty, on Sunday. Students 10 years of ageand over this year, both boys and girls, are required to enroll in the Hebrew weekday study program, which will also convene on Sunday mornings. "Children will then be able to have a more intensive Jewish educational program, using only five hours of their lull 168 hour week," Dickman said. Registration will con t i n ue throughout the week from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Hebrew Weekday School opens Tuesday, Sept. 6, for all students 16 years of age and over, and Sunday, Sept. 11, for' children ages three to nine. Staff this year la augmented by Mrs. Malka Robin and will include Zvi Rosenkrantz and Louis Gadon as senior instructors NurseryKindergarten Department will be: staffed by the Mesdames Sarina Gisnct, and Shaloma Shawmut, both certified in elementary education. the Florida Region Anti-Defamation League, B'nai B'rith. will be installed president of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida. Other B'nai B'rith Councl officers will include Theodore H. Robinson. Leo Steinman and Jack A. Falk. vice presidents: Stanley Caiden, secretary; Milton Sadoff. treasurer; and Jack Kirschbaum. councilor. Mrs Gerald P. Soltz will be installed president of the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida Other officers will include Mrs Joseph Morgan, first vice president: Mrs. Peter Glazer. second vice president; Mrs. Robert Kopelman,; third vice president; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, treasurer; Mrs. Harvey Herman, recording secretary; Mrs. Irving Laibson, corresponding secretary'; Mrs. Joseph Newman, historian; Miss Minna Littman, sentinel-guardian; Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, councilor; Mrs. George Baltuch, parliamentarian. Jack has been named B'nai I B'rith Council chairman for the I banquet, and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman will serve in the same capacity for the Women's Council. Kramer Named Director Harold Kramer, former Federal mediator and executive director of the former Jewish Vocational Service of Miami, has been appointed Westchester area director of the American Jewish Committee, it was announced Tuesday by Richard Maass. of White Plains, NY.. AJC Westchester chairman. Group Makes Mot Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold its debut function Sunday evening. Sept. 4, in the form of an "autumn splash" at the Roney Plaza hotel pool. Moie Tendrich To Resign Post Moie Tendrich. assistant State Attorney General in the criminal appeals division for the past year and a half, revealed this week that he will resign Oct. 1 to enter private practice in Dade County. A 1949 graduate of the University of Miami Lew School, the attorney is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich, of 747 West ave.. Miami Beach. He was with the law firm of Decostas. Maer and Floyd from early 1949 until he latter part of September of that year, when he was called into service with the U.S. Army for three years. Tendrich will be associated with his brother-in-law, Malvin Engender, now practicing in Miami Beach. Miomians Appointed Efraim H. Gale, Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. have been named to the 1956 biennial national convention committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, it was announced by Charles Aaron, Chicago, JWB president. This is the committee planning JWB's next covention. to be held at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, New York, April 5 to 8, 1956. The committee is composed of 100 Jewish community leaders from all parts of the country.



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September 2, 1955 +Jewlstn*rkfton iynagogues >dule Appeals 14 Greater Miami synaJ and temples already hav,edulecl HiKh Holy Day ap• i inpurchase of State of Bonds, rabbis and congrepresidenls looked forUs week to Tuesday's report at the Di Lido Hotel. luncheon session, at which and civic leader Ben F. m will be host, will hear report from High Holy o-chairmen Rabbi Morris 1 Seymour B. Liebman. j Skop said Wednesday that [record breaking number of gtions already enrolled for nnuiniiv-wide appeals, we *ard to a substantial inthc purchase of Israel tiis year." jn cited Israel'a steady adpw.irds economic indeponL| (he stability of the new. cent Development Issue reasons for an optimistic [ Skop pointed out that the i Rabbinical Associaarh has endorsed the High ps campaign for Israel e said ;i special mailing be made to congregants ea fa lunchen will hear sperts nn ihe current situasrael. I.iebman said. Danchairman. (I Calendars [ibuted Here p exhibit ol the Anti-DeLi B'nai B'rith, Democracy," is now on (he < hildren's Room at Park, it has been anby Gilbert J. Balkin, Florpefani.it inii League direc[exhihit will continue to play through Sept. 24. |fiir Democracy" depicts fPersoanages who have contributions to the 1 of human rights, freePemocracy. the persons depictted be authentically prepared %  Abraham Lincoln, Chaim lGeorge Washington CarIt Prances of Assisi. DisItli the dnIN are approjoks from the children's ihich provide ready refktprial and work of perlepicted by the dolls. kibit was prepared by l Rayfuse, director of the I r *""i> at Miami Public tad Mi>. Priscilla Rosen%  tion director, Anti-DeeaEue. )n Due rr Wamin Friedman, religIchaninan. this week antet registration for HeSunday school classes IZanuua Jewish Center ping Arthur Deutsch. "airman, also revealed •or the High Holy Days -ale. -offec Shop ,0Q Popular Prkot 4* nevs PAGE 3 B North Dade Rummage Sale I rurr| mage sale Friday, 8 am to 5 c -. ~~Z P-m.. at Shells Market, 7th ave. and Sisterhood of the North Dade. 59th st. Mrs. Harry Schumann la Jewish Center is again planning a | chairmar.. /^PRODUCTS [JUNE Joseph Bern (left), executive director, and Irving Schatzman, first vice president and chairman of ways and means, Miami Beach Apartment Association, look over copy prior to the publication of the Association's brouchure, "Family Living," which will be distributed to railroads, airlines and bus companies in the United States. Cuba, Latin America and Europe to stimulate family travel to Miami Beach. ^BUTTER ENJOY THE HIGH HOLY DAYS w'rth Our Delicious Strictly Kosher Meals loyal Hungarian *$ffl) Restauranl HE ASE MAKE YOU* MStRVATIONS EARLY 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Telephone JE 8 5401 wr. sefve it proudly /Mothers OLD FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH • Traditional, templing flavor • Low in calorie* • High in protein* KOSHER PAREVE MARGARINE r&s, *jwtH fr4eA#t> %  % % % %  HBHBHaW* Mother* HOISI IA0ISH odds jvsf the right tang (fm til* tpotlvst hitch* ns of MOIHiri FOOD PRODUCTS, INC NEWARK 5. N. J. WEDDINGS fH Utfflff w*g <*0a*"**. Muth ELECT B. B. KERSEY A BUSINESSMAN FOR YOUR NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN Conscientious ... Capable Qualified PULL LEVER 5 A September 6 Jncomporabfc-otmosphere f or BIRTHDAY PARTIES l tsm (I'd. Pot Adv.) WE ARE NOT AFFECTED RY THE STRIKE DELANO HOTEL rtSJUTMEMIER DINERS CLUI JEffarson 8-7881



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PAGE 4 B + l*l*tl*Z£^ BOmtS &3MOLAB — U.S. Jewish Community Owns Vast Resources Ml kinds of surveys on many been conducted lately by various 01 communal propert} in this com „ aspects oi American Jewish life have organisations Wh i s no i i ration lo putting up a hail a billion The American con with the Protestanl community not very much behind in the erection o dollars Jewish community is, of com ws in this new buil I pies. Conservative synagopes. Jewish hospital, Jewish centers and other Jewish institutt ns. A KKS P1 up for such Jewish institutions dm runs into many milUons of dollars Jewish.eei to be worth 75 million dollars. \„, to sneak of ne synagogue buUdings SS2SJ |H#2S S ft A nattional inventory ol J< pert> in this country should becomea project 1 Sn"en g A gg in conducting surveys on American Jewish in. SAIL 1 \nso\ — li.tVfli .TZ — A Perverse People Al^] Juggles Meaning of \*7 (m Maurice $omu*l interesting kaak All peoples, it leWM, are created equal, but at the same time thev I %  little different, for which we may be thankful. As the hman said. "Vive le differ enee Whatdifferent about Jews'' • -I. Maurice Samuel wrote nten sting book. "i"he Gen tleman and the Jew." in which he to give his idea of the differ ence. Jewish -ayincK>"' U many in I Ms, There ione which v always say the opposite thins If one Jew Shalom Aleicbem." the other repli. n Aleichem Shalom." That recalls the story of the nonJew who attended a wedding in IVI H i LAMKY — Are Israelis 'Entitled' to Hi ah Standard of Living? also find there the gave it Arabs: Put Up-or Shut L|> What has struck us most.' an Israel diplomat who had been abroi f* r ~ '" ,hat k healthier. mre I and I. immediate seem better dressed more They have leai worries, their calories Systematicall) undei sure ot the Arab League, I has been ex ;lude l from r graphic position Israel was not invited to the me< I an-Africai held la-t April at Ban! %  %  • a merr.' \ formed here [ the l*N in the "European or M< literranean" in the t. But at the In•he eful r- : Ati I-L'nited M which ran tl Eerence, and in the %  • It is I • '. I >i the 33 %  "tant papel nferencc al-o Dr. Homi J. Bhabha Japan, which has spi reason for interest in thi intake ihigher There habeen some soft ol a .. ral month-: at least according to outward aphai been ebuost full employment, the ttorea have been full of goods and "1 CUStomers. Indeed, the morning the I rammer -ale-alebegan Julj 31 thi crowds out-ide HMM -hopwere 10 big that the police had i to tie called t<> let the -Imp | lack „f knowledge TL he waadvised that J3 Uierewasnooccasoaij POPlc Would s imp | y J J AJeicheming" all m twl and ,. ,, n e greet*! 3 Shalom \leicnem,"d9 •* to simply reij Aleii pened that -omeone t With "N | Tov." Tough Maiei." he Bul >ck to j here is aag to the effect t| vcrv gen< r uj if yoaw "Guten Mi rgen," ihe\ ten Yahr.' That ivery genttm,i year for one morning. Then there is the ,] • xJ to eat| a Jew Kiiuel is never could understand is good to eat pudding \ it -houldn t also be a chicken or pie ah him. However, there is i which qua!diethe id This schi %  says: "It isi^ kugel with a Jew but MJ been looking into Israel's foreign trade problems. "Instead of gearinn the entire economy toward ex-j same p port, you're relaxing and raising your living standard." He says the living standard in Israel is "among the highest in the world." This situation has been brought about by abolition of controls, instituted progressively from the end of 1952 onward. I detect a -light ooki criticism m the sayatj amony us Jews we geti criticism which we' from an outsider. We i an outsider an anthSi saying the -ame thi criticism ia \ery having been the worldfir-t di rect victim of atomic bombing: 1 Israel It iironic that, when the General Assembly here voted last December to convene the "Atoms for Peace'' conference, the Arab • through the mobat i were left speech. less upon dis. that Israel these are straws in the wind that was in the forefront Abba >> i. r lt .!, N ;irt | iuni ver y well now. Eban delivered a long report l u t6 hj ;ipart r „ m ,,, V1 tn „ u that I-rael had done Mnd „^.. _, we|j nobody Ol work in nuclear b hun n .,, m hc • ; n rr •' n, • the cits folks pi -ncultural nounced that it has a cont !lK ... „ urcha-e ot heavy ^ Bui pro) len Israelis entitled tto • Thi %  %  i THE water The world discovered that the Jews i man} of whom had work landing I %  i lopment torn homh. were now i ryin -•. p forward, towar I lul 11! A pair of the Arab 11 mo-t bitter and loucfa .lit their bn .r lickinfo the Pi 0 :ic Mot-, \ -.all. rose to the But when tl ( nee was o:. .. word heard from the i HI:TH SIEKOTY — imports inclu I •' lW nsumer goods -t dfa ords i-t who THE CHRISTIANITY OF SHOLEM ASCH An Appfiwll Jewnh Viewpoint. By Chaim Libwrmn. Transit I Yiddish by Abraham Bursrein. 276 pp. New York: Library. 19S3. $3.00. By HILARY MINDLIN MR. LIEBERMAN, a Yiddish writer and a Jewish Daily Forward, might have subtitled h \ on-t Sholem A>ch In any car takecare to present only the tubject and when one deals with a hut I wii rather narrow view Nevertheless. hJa DO ""^1 than what it is. and. although I u I Jew With the Jewish Viewpoint.' I uspecf in does, which is like thiwhile claiming tl ,w r l ,,l D • %  ism. polia* i^brated JS lumni-t fori, book'TVl l.ieberman.1 •' -t J. : Johnston^ New Plan lor Middle East By the time this article : \ |or Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's s| will i be somewhere In the Hiddli '. I-rael and the Arab count! about developing the i .Ionian R a regional basis for the bor ; the con • the area According to tho Eisenhower Adminlsf I Mr Johnstoncurrent vi-it to the Middle I i his plan for regional development of the Jordan Valley holds "the key to the Arab-Israel di-pute. Other, more skeptical source-, expect no miracle from the Johnston proposals. Ambassador Johnston's return to the Middle East to confer with Arab and Israel leaders markhil fourth attempt to bring the Arabs and the Israelitogether on an economic level. It is the hope of the Eisenhower Administration that a solution to thieeonomic problem will lead the way towards a political rapproachement between Israel and her Arab neighbors. If the Johnston Plan is accepted, officials here foresee great developments. The Jordan waters would be shared equitably by Syria, Lebanon, JorI red through r. finallj iioicm Anch r before winR the praises ( distorted, debased and de waters at their source His presti i • iwed his activity with a deadly potenc) terJewish, mnorant readerIn subsequent discussion of five %  'TMSI The Apostle, Mary. Moses, and Bsst Rlvi "H^ A (h surrenders and betrays Judai-m J>2| low(he Christian Gospels in all incident ,'Lsa l ainst the lews, and borrows good thinlrm JM *. Chrutian -tones Nor does he permit his .lew i-h position, nor to defend the Torah Asch preserved anv sense of loyalty to .. have written as he did Having written he I I**" fold ol Judaism;" he "won a treasure, but lost r*P • • • • IF ALL IS as Mr I.ieberman says it is. the rharg '" But Mi Ueberman is often guilty of the v •' \-' M 0 i h lifting wordfrom their context, usn "JJ nly in accord with that opinion W man who doei not take into account a n <~ ^ list to ih. enrsool n rking*^ Mr I.ieberman l lewis! s>*-J l.o Sholem \-ch the best-seller writer He hator instance, a habit who ws does but his ineptitude tinnfumblms literary fingers, it hecomeit intu a bitter humil*| him-eH %  11 -ton believed ti-.t -i A-CII lumtiun-j literary nnRcrs. v I m.ent. but of error. ._„:„ Nor doe\-eh know the distiim nZ„, t aga w n '" 1 "" h '" lhe Johnston In an effort to be humble, he huniib Pa rtmwt of? eCl i f" i '"" ,nK ,,,r <**** vorand thiinorJJ SecrS ?££ i v '"? '' "' ,wh > "PPort between JewX and t hrnMj S 1 ke !, •' %  does n %  > • relationship iff^ed bj cj. d -Pme -mav Z '' M ^ 1U """ ,,( ,he Arab-Israel can never be a Rood one; friendship "•"^V whSi is S,e b^-ie r? k "" ,h f proh,Pm 0| wat rrsprct ano > ,nt regard-a soft of "separate but ment of the ,~i %  • i." urc r i ncedcd for the develop human affa.rs S Comm t e r e C ast L^VK V** S th,nk that Shotam Asch 1. a sn.n w^o has a* the $65000000 onl" H am Unt f ,ki an,, !" ht to implement it That he ^^t\ thi Arah^.V T l T eCOn m,c a ^' s tance to, '" his method, and erred every step of the wj J* the Arab states and Israel during fiscal year 1956 "nefade and a meschumed-no. U. s ***, 1" would go for the unified Jordan Valley develoomn. Asch hls W "is birthright for a mess of P3 Plan. >ment I sick at heart about it. and that he find*. • be Potage u no recompense for the loss of his



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.ptember 2, 1955 -Jew 1st) tkriHir PAGE 5 B ,OBAL SHORTS udents in U.S. in Propaganda IMITON (JTA>—Arab stu, he initcJ States are dithe Arab League to ackrticipate in anti-Israel a in l his country, a ,,,,1 Cairo monitored hied The Egyptian broad%  l s, l that the students supplied with anti-ZionB | that tlii-y .i-e coning furnished "with in red i" combat ZiII,, >tudenta are also re\, deliver anti-Zionist leeI, i ihe iiniver>itie> in well as to d anti-Israel ari i rican pn )llege Gets 500 sky Compositions fORK iJTA) — The 3.500 panuscripts of David No19th century composer jue music, have been prethe School of Sacred the Hebrew Union Colih linstitute of Religion. on Glueck, president of announced here. The Ion was made by David Novak, sons of the late An editorial committee School of Sacred Music ers in the field of isic will select and superlication of the manuBst of which have never en published. Ship Docks; vs Reported fORK WNSi—Few Jews kg the 1.205 refugee imon the S.S. "General vhen the ship landed in ; Harbor this week. NearItttwcomers who received to enter the United Germain and Austrians. Jews w ho arrived were Mrs Pereti Meltzer and [children Both were prearried. but had lost their the German death camp Htz. etary Declares \e Needs Strength NATIONS cWNS)—The Irmistice between Israel |A tries must be p i d strengthened "so real peace in infortunately, 1 I as not yet withi -kjold. SecI i the United Na1 week in his p>rl to the (ieneral Asof Leak? Call Victor Com L*t us repair it or apply o new on*. For it— estimate phona 9-5274 Roofing Co. Release of Arrested Mapam Leader Sought in Europe LONDON (JTA) — New efforts are being made to secure the freedom of Mordeeai Orert. Israel Mapam leader who was implicated in the Slansky trial in Prague and sentenced to a long prison term, it wa* reported here by tie "Jewish Vanguard," mouthpiece of the Poale Zion organization in this country. The publication reported that Mrs. Oren will shortly hue Israel for Kurope in an attempt to enlist the support of left Socialist parties in a campaign to secure her husband's release. It is understood, the Jewish Vanguard sail. that a number of promises have re cently been made by leading Communists that Oren's case would re ceive "favorable consideration" by the Czechoslovak authorities United Nations Holds Parley In Syria as Israel Ignored UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Although Israel is directly concerned with the problem of controlling desert locusts it has not been invited to a series of UN Food and Agriculture Organization meetings on the subject because the sessions are being held in Damascus, Syria, it was revealed here. The FOA disclosed that the Arab League had been invited to send an observer to the sessions, which are planning both next year's program against the pests and long range plans for fighting the locust plagues which infest the Arabian Peninsula. led. it was reported at the eighth annual meeting of the Society of Friends of the synagogue here. The [ building, dedicated in 1763, will t be repaired after a six month reI search program and preparation of ; architectural plan., which will pro. 1 vide for enlargement of the site reinforcement of the foundations ; and repair of interior and exterior. Naturalized Citizens of Brazil Permitted to Run for Office | RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) The Brazilian Supreme Court has handed down a decision clearing the j way for naturalized citizens of this I country to hold office In local municipalities, provincial la lures and the national parliament. The decision was banded down on a suit by Dr. Isaac I/ecksohn, a Socialist elected to the Rio De Janeiro municipal council, whose i election was invalidated by the election board on the groups that : he was not a native born citizen. Belgian Authorities Return Jewish Orphan to Uncle BRUSSELS (JTA) — Mile. Fernande Henrard, a Catholic school %  teacher who was arrested on charges of illegally detaining a Jewish war orphan, was released 1 after the authorities found the child and turned him over to his uncle. The child. Henry Alias, now 14. was adopted by Mile. Henrard 1 in 1943 after his parents were mur, dered in Antwerp by the Nazis. | Shortly afterwards, she had the i child baptized and changed his name to Antoinine Benoit. Your INSURED SAVINGS here will EARN Funds Sought to Restore Historic Touro Synagogue NEWPORT. R.I. (JTA) More than one-third of a fund of $50,000 to restore historic Touro Synagogue, now a national historic shrine under the care of the National Park Service, has been raisIsrael Plans to Build First Atomic Reactor GENEVA (JTA) — Israel will build its first' atomic pile within the next four years, Dr. Walter Eytan, director general of the Is| rael Foreign Ministry and head of j the Israel delegation to the Inter ; national Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, reveal1 ed here. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE sObstructCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies ot Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus £ ftestrvts £xceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Under New Medical Direction and New Management M. B. Pinks Mng. Dir. HAVPAR %  AJJH. RESORT ir ii* m t Dade luments, Inc. M S W. 8th STtin Phone HI 4-201 • H delusively ft the Wish Clionttlt %  • •' mimmr, !•„, "oouaw,! 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£*/h cominunity, and in Intelligent laity •**" imM cam on the Jewish benl traditton Daj scho. Eeel that onl) %  school o£f< minimum of 15 hourI intensive Hebraic study • *m*m**'Z£X\ ud culture and gjonoui wet k i !H st depro tlOll Educators todaj reatoethjttha daj school .%  major type oj eds cational Institution that provide* the milieu for natural. '" %  ";' Jewish ITOWth It >s rather Oh The unprecedented growth of the Da) School movement in the last two decades has truly been phenomenal and itpro,:, revelation even to ita most rabid critics and opponents, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew lemy principal. Said Wednesday. According to an enl irvey Torah Umesorah. a national oi -..onrc-ponMbletorthcc-tab. .anon-r;, ^ ^ school which nt lion iaooui !"" %  > .*<. %  • %  • parents, is I average student. Sned to produce int. "* ^ that such endurtag attitudes ro| informed "•' ews I philosoph.es cannot be to tired and exhaus schools throughout the country. there are approximately eight times as many children in the He brew Daj Schools today. BS there were in 1P35 in communities side ol New York City In New k the number of childr, daj schools has tripled since 1938, Gross revealed. rolled i total of 50 hoin i(m> about thi • '" r ,ho las.M KM ., ,• • ess a year, and that the total our* ( ^ cap tured the imi nism which permeates it Furthermore, it American parentfind in I tthool. an educational experiment with a dire short. blest tradil American .lewis is threatened uh ich is in conformit) witn There are today more than 172 well-informed racj and schools in TO citi 24 states men steel wish cul;) ,, r .„ id. Almost every large city turc Th. t in the country now haone or 1>r jutf;.h Pilch ex. Iiree more daj schools ol its own tor of the Ameri< i I s. with a sfa Education American education mei 40.000 pupils v i: ii an Jewrj s firsl -t disinti % %  these %  •inly Is raws it* At \ %  %  %  s :c I % %  jpid %  .the ui i'tslen to SCHACHTER'S DAILY .1t\\ isll PROGRAMS Every Sunday 3 p.m. end Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. en RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL This Program is the First and has the largest listening Audience ,1 that "without %  potent • rs man the front lin. • :.. all progress will be hot%  The trainii -than one tilth ol the mini My. it I : bj psy. %  that a religio I th.it %  deeply conl ise I it their : In order I reli" sitivities :\ that v • an ei *>'*• the t hild %  witn postattitudes iple his faith him phose who have taken pains to ,A mine the curriculum, the aims ol tj*se schools, have had but wordof nd commendation for thii superior individualiaed type of H ation" the graduates of these day schools "not only excel scholastically in their studies, but also participate active lv m various social, civic, athletic ,,,1,1 co curricula* activities in their schools The Hebrew Academy can point to graduates who have attained positions of distinction and r-hip m the various school illations and projects of the public high schools which they attend The public school curriculum and the textbookmad by the varioui states and counties are strictly (oil. .wed by the secular departmentoi Jewish day schools. The English departments of these day schools are thus public schools meeting in Jewish school buildings. Furthermore, it should be stressed that the Jewish day school is neither controlled nor maintained by any parish or church organ n. but is operated by an au ton..mous community group interested in this form of education The teacherof these day schools are not clergymen belonging to a tod order, but men and women engaged in Jewish teaching aa profession. •The HebrewAcademy of Miami Beach has produced in its seven \earof ex iste nce itudewta with enviable backgrounds, rich schol arship and civic responsibility. The Metropolitan Battery Achievement Test, administered last year to our entire student body, revealed that our pupilwere a-t.mishingly superior in all categoricto children of the same age level of the public school system. JPrido y. "This fa-, rt ^ h erroneous £? Si lingual proerarn "* tuden, %  ? Sy iJI rather, that the AJ*1 i of education i s a ?**i 'W^'l. '"oral arJ 0 !" *! our schi "T 1 "' ''" l,n, > m our J speak the Hebrew u r ?*| sU "'" -'!> a, KL secular studies Ourchj begin the study of H^ age of fix.. r s,x. learnt ,and naturally, without*,] difficulty, and in the J ; as they master the E_*J : guage and English *ubj3 % "Honor Tliy FattW*] E Mn t ,h *' '-onda] % ',"'"' ''tint 4 C Foi % Pore thi %  %  ,: %  -. tie { mj k neirhh.it r have pa : THURMONll MONUMENT a! \ The 2-Sf.ry White. { 3253 S.W. 8th St. M j MARKfKMUi plus CtmettrfCW|i| I Open Siajrri JhovshutA CHOOSE %  III 1 %  llll %  u ii fljE V Ml n II II %  £ • INI %  .. 11 i ; .1 : i>">-4 : :i i ii*"i ^-76M Rabbi Altiandtr Crosi WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:5 I .U> %  • %  hrr 00 1:15 I 30 It nn Don* ur Ac %  m 9.00 • :15 :30 • •*5 '..-imp n nt Show m Ft ni Traveler K %  • K • • • rm 1:15' 1:30 1:45 rv >n r-.am* A-t Uakh %  Induntry I'rd M-r,u y>(lc 11 i party %  YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Nlllt 'I I Yiddish Claitical Hour be heard every Sunday trom 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Features •THEATRE NEWS' Featur:n(j Simon Wo ff •FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shushana Spector STATION WWPB 1450 on Yr Dial 3 00 3:15 %  *' Ho ii I Bit Pmj 330 VaUMl Lady 3j*5 >' • --..rm 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 I I I Brch W. 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gple mber 2, 1955 LEGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iHKItKBV fllVEN Ihnl mi In HII I ,ni.ol 'itxiTI-HK tt AREHOrHE. street Miami, Plort Id ami arith [,, ,),. I II, Ull I '""I I "f I %  "I'll.!.ll.I. \i: I1VKR, Solo UttiuT \ BR I ,'i ,'i'i F i NDER FICTITIOUS AME LAW HKKKin GIVEN thai • i in encase in rit'til lous num..,f %  IRS LTD., at I i Miami, Florida, I i Ul name with I ba ill Court "t Dade LEGAL NOTICE l.\ I %  I:I • OK ii' IRIDA, %  • M:I..SI iVITSI %  Porn ol i'"i"i Ma UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i ll i.Y OIVEN thai fli-tli Inua uiM of HoLOCJICAL ,K TIII: si uri i .i • i k of the Circuit %  %  i lot Ida TKIi AIDMAN i ll \KI.KS STENOER |.\X & COHEN inta la. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M >TICE is HERKRY CIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlna i gage in liu Iness undei i hi n, i r VIARIA N'EOLIA EN'TERPRIHEH. u| :u HeyboM IIIIIK intandi i" register %  Id nama with the Clarh of th. cult Court of Dade County, Florida MARIA NBULI A, Mole Owner BERN v 111. B UNksi.Ki; A ifnT nc i"i Applli .-i ul 841 Seslwlld IIMK. S/n — 9/2-S-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICH is HEREBY CIVEN thnl the undersigned, dealrlna to i ngage In business under the fictitious name of CROWN COMMERCIAL CO (no) %  it P '' Boa IS. North M an I ,i. Intel da to registet • %  .,i'i name with tha fiiik of tinCircuit Court of County, 1'l %  %  i %  NAT HANKS CEORCE I TALlANOFK Attorney fot Nat Banks NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" indei the flctltloua name ol KHOREHAM-NORMAN HOTEL* at 1*15 Ocean Drive, Miami r.,.,, h, Plot Ida, Intend to reglsti r aald na •• with the • 'lit k of thi 'ii %  nt ('..in i of I Mile County, Florida. DAVID BARS MIIUAM MASS AARON M K ANN Kit. I' ., Attoi ne> for I >:, s Id Basa and Mil lam Uaaa s M I -J :'-iUNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKKKIIV OIVEN that ii. ill -II INK tn engage in Hi, I!IIll loua li.line "f %  :\ \. SERVICE STAvitiui Itoad, Miami |iuliii registet .'•aid name I'm nit Coui t %  da \| i\V, Sole (bvner H AK UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW tlS HKKKIM f.lVEN I HIB.IIti' ill [Ini name of i tsmoN corNMiami, aid name k ,.f i '..in I ,.f IMI F'ASHION COUNCIL ol I ',.1 |, F'KIKD i .ml s UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i HEKKIM (UVEN i" .image in 'i'ii-. luune of I 18HK i.NN OP MIAMI. II M Avenuei Mli %  i eglatet 1 lerk of the Circuit inty, Florida. IIK MF:<:KL, Sole Owner R NKI.SON Applli ant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tha underalgned, deairing to encase In business under the flctltloua nama of TIIK HOME OT HAVANA CK3ARS at 1116 Lincoln Bond. Miami Re. h. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I 'ad, i o int>. I-'loi Ida. SIDNEY POLL A K Dolll.s POLLAK X/26 — S/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN that the nnderaisned, desiring to encasa in buaineaa undei the flctltloua name of l.I ill. AS FCQl'IPMENT COMPANY tnol In. i. at J88 N.W. r.tth Street, Miami. Florida, Intenda t., reclater aald nama with tha Clerk of tha Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida I DOCOLAS CA.MSAV GEORGE .1 T.U.IAN' HI' Attoi no) fot Applli .nit I N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th it tha underelcned, dealrlna t,. ensace In IIIC-IIH-HM under the flctltloua nama "f I'KI.Mi i.vii'i BEAUTY SALON, at I'. in ,,ni, ,,||,'. 'olllna Avenue, Miami Ba aoh, flarlda, Intend to tor nalil name with the Clerk ,,f tha I %  nit Curt ,,f I ..ul. i 'mints F I MILTON I.AlllK.Ni i: ANTHONY TERRACCIANl TI*RN \ NEWMAN Attorneya for Delmonlco Beaut \ Salon I2fl Km, i,in Road, Miami Beach, Fl.i. s, :>6 — I, 2-.t| UNDER FICTITIOUS [NAME LAW HEKKCY UIVKN that • il. il. -II |ng to engage III name of 'Rli <• IMPANY (not lati Drive, Miami, r let tin mid ol the Circuit t'i)unt>. Florida pii.uiii. Florida, this 16th H Mt'HIKI. NIKSKN \" ding I tCUIT COURT OF THE IAL CIRCUIT IN AND [COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN No. 1*2407 pN'RY IiRACE and UKACK, his wife. PLAINTIFFS, I BROOKE, t'H \RI.KS i l> % %  ni-M •'ii...,i;, N follow a; <\ Block I „f LAURA. W>ENH a nubdlvl'' to a I'lai there' Mat Booh R "i ii" I'tihiie Record! ntJ Hi.I Ida. J.y '" <'FYOU are MI it has |„en named Court, by l "" I, for the J' ""IK title ,,| hr ,.,„,„. ', i ,,' | ""l"'"> iV.,K.,l |{l ,l i l ; l;l: V v ORDBBBD •lie v..ur M.| the ltfa "i In default • I' Pro yen n ''! ;l ";'''i: ai the lltli ." ;•'""> Miami. • ii ,'.', A "'• lW 1 '•• %  •AfllKUMAN. 'II Court N W STlK'KIVl' Ink %  Iffa i. rlorida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli.it the undersigned, dcalring to ancaS* ITI buaineaa under the fictitious name of CAMPCS CORNER, at :'.".'Ki Weal Flagier Street. Intend t" reclatt name with the Clerk ,.t the Circuit Court of I Hide Count v. Florida (VILLIAM BROWN HELEN II BROWN HENRY M CAIN \ii. rnej rot A|i|>iii ants j .is Weat Plash s't. 8:26 — l/t--U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIOB is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. deallitUJ to engage In buaineaa under the fictitious name of CHARLIE'S TOMATO licit SK. it 21 ill N.W. 13th Avenue, inlenda to reglater aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Hide County, Florida. GHAZIANo MACRO, Individual KURT WEi.l.iscu Aiti.iney for Applied*! S 26 — 9/L'-:'16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buaineaa under the fictitious name of DAVY H'NKs SEAFOOD RESTAURANT, at 1KB Sunset DrlVe, Coral Qablea, Intenda tn register sai,i nama with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I fende %  'ount S. I 'im Ida. SIMON RoDIN 8/26 — S/2 -9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In liusineaa under the flctltloua name of PAPPY S CAR. at tL'il S W -'-'ml Ave., intends to register wild name with the Clerk of tin ciniiit Court of Dade Count.'., F'loi ida .11 I.IIS .1. CIIA'i.NoT KISsl.KR OARS Attorneya for Applicant Ii V \V Flagier St H/26 — 8/2-8-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 162136. VALERIA ZVRKOWSKI, Tlalntlff. STANI.KY 3fl RKOW'SKI. Defendant. TO STANLEY Zl'RKOWHKI Woodi rest V v i-niie Rlverhead. New Y.ik You re iei|iiiii'd to -, IJ> of the Hill of i 'omplatnt for Divorce OS the i-leuntIfC.t attornex. and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 l.efore the 13th day of September, A. D., 1!.".V otherwise the Hill of Cniniilnlnt foi DP heretofore filed herein, will be take, bj 11,11 Hated .,• Miami Florida, thin the 8th day of August. 19 i fl LEATHERM VN, Clerk of the Circuit I Dalle Count! UM W KTtM'KIVO lit Court F le|iut> Ch ik Mil. i k'RIKDMAN 1023 He>bol ig l/lt-H-26 — /l LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 7 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN thai .'" nee in !•'' %  \\ me o" N I' "O V,' ,;l I KS. „, ,., '' Intend to reglNicr aald i"i >he C|,,U of the i nun .,[ Dad< Circuit "'my. Florida J. Ill GH NKEHM1TH HKRMAN ^'i^EKSMlT^ M l-l \ MAC IS 1 1711 Consreaa Bldg Miami 8/1S-26 — :i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OS THF J1TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR N CHN??P5 R DAOE COUNTY IIN CHANCERY. No iato-i fLOTD McFARLAND, .-lahmg, 82322 "V^H",V'J'V>'"AN l emlant •<< I JENNIE M. l VRI.AND are h r J mitlfied to fii.. yout defonalve lileadlng lo thi. ault with this Court i ok, ami aerv< a %  .,,,> on I'lalntltl attornes HERBERT II Hl'TNEH '"•"' Drexel Avi Miami I•„ %  .,. u. la, on oi before i • %  tol>ei r,th lhe Complaint will b t..k, n Bated Ausuat I K Ii LEATHERM AN, B, 'l•• .l."K^;•.':,K c %  jj I '.,'„,> .-.elk NOTICE UNDU FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tin underelcned, dealrlng to ensa buaineaa under the flctitioua name of Korrr \I;I.I; Moll ri JACK & INVESTMENT I'n (Not Inc.), at M2K Dul'ont lildg.. Intend! to rcgiater Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MITCHEL KRAMER. Owner MONROE DIXo.N Attoi n ey for Applli ant iTiin Coral w.iv 8/12-19-26 — 9/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the underalsned, dealrliut to engage in buaineaa under the fictitious name of ABBEY OF MIAMI .. ABBEY CASI'AI.S, at ISO N K T.",th Street. Miami, Intenda t., resiater aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lad. County, Florida. ABBEY LANE DAVID LEVINE Attorney fot Applli ant IH N w i2Ut ar v ll-M — I l-* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the underalsned, dealrlna to engage In buaineaa under the fictitious name ,,i NYLON LACE PRODUCTS CO., at irtlawood Drive, Kej Blacayne, intendto ref, i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad, Count \ Flot Ida, RAE ROGERS HERMAN T isis fot Applicant 17J1 Consreaa Bids 8/.T-12-KI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalsned, dealrlna to engage in buaineaa under the flctltloua name of ALLIED PRINTfNO AND OFFICE SUPPLY CO., at 613 N.E. Flrd Avi nil., Miami. Florida, Intends to register aald name with the Clarh Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN It NOVINSON AARON M K ANN El! Attm ney for Herman B. Novlnaon R/12-19-26 — 9/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In buaineaa under the fictitious name of SHERLYN PUBLISHING COMPANY (not Inch at I MO Coral Oate Drive. Miami. Iloiida. Intends to register the said name with the Clarh of the Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 16th day of August. IMS. MI'RIEL NIKSKN MAX ENGBL, Attorney "in Blacayne Dulldlng 8/19-26 — 9/2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 182128 VIRGINIA SMITH, Plaintiff. va. IRWIN M SMITH. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO IRWIN M SMITH. AT-1 Boa 1045. Naval Air Station i .i pua iirlatle, Ti \.i YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce hain en filed asalnat you, and you are required to aerve %  copj of your Anawer to the Hill of Complaint on Hi.. I'lalntlff's Attorney, and file the oiittinal In the office of the Clerk of Ida Circuit Court on ot before the i.".th day of September, 1135, or Hill of Complaint will l>c taken aa ronfeaaed bj you DA'IKD: August 8, K B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk B) M V GREEN l Seal) Deputy Clerk) FALK AMES Ittorneya for I'lnintlff ll Seybold Hulldlng. Miami 32. Fla. B) MERVYN I. AMES, of Counsel 8/12-19-26 — 9 I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File No. A 18947 v C M?, P, er 20722 ~ AcU of 1 '* 1 i vV. w';I K "ERBBY GIVEN that LENMARK CORPORATION, holder "' ountS Tag Certificate No, 1352, the 29th day of June. A .D 1951 In my office, and h.. .i.r. 1 1 1 "'""" 1 f "' 1 '' '' ,x deed io I..aaued th. i, Kald • "; %  i.Uewlns d.-airihed propFiM. 1 6.Sr i • %  K • st -'"" f j;;'. iv Block !. Earllnston Helshta, I"' Hook 13, I'll,,, ii, ,„ ,„,. ,,„„,. ') ol ii.ni.. state of Florida .,., i ,;-—"'• %  '" of sai.i propert] ":• '"I certifiia., u.,in the name ,., MAlDR x k?RINOLE ,,.' ,' J' ** u ;• rtlficati ahal re%  '" I tl to law. the prop. i,;.".""'!;".'. ""•" %  wl:i ''"OM to blddei at the Court Houw Ihi .... ..-,. ., ,,,,, mill |Dii|<-|. on the fnsi Mondaj u, the month of October, i..,, whi, i, la the Ird da) Of Oi L.li, i I) Dated iiii, 24th daj of Ausuat 1005 E. I: LEATHERM \\ Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade I 'ount) Florida B) N C 8TERRETT. "•"" ourl s,.il. nepul Clerk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is, HEREBY OIVEN that In underalsned, dealrlna to ensage In hualneaa undei th< fictitious name .,f 0 VRDN M: Mi i.i.oy CO MI OA CLEANING, it 2921 Coral U'.,v. In'' no I" i • %  %  i ul naui.with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida w.,„... BERNARD R08ENBLUM MORTOX M BEIOEL At tome) for Applicant HIM Hlscayne Huildlng S.^6 — I .' '' || IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 182172 ROBERT INORAHAM, Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if living, but believed to tie deifd. and FRANCIS THOMPSON, hla wife., and I,. hu-.li.i ml. If any Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THF: NAME OF THI: STATE OF' FLORID \ TO: SAMUEL r THOMPSON, If living, but believed to he dead; realdence unknown FRANCIS THOMPSON, his wife, her unit any ; i esiden, •• i> liuj and i" Dade County, Florida, and mon hart iculai l> described aa follows: N of sw. of NK' 4 of BW ', of Section i'ii. Township R"i South, Itange ID Faist. containing 5 acres more or less. YOU AND BACH OF TOU are hereby notified that a suit has bean filed In the above named Court, by the Plaintiff above named, for the purpose of l|llleting title of the Maintiff. In and to the property Involved 111! ell.I ho\ e ll. || lt,e.I YOU ARE HEREHY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file youi Vppearanci In said suit on or before the 13th day of September, I9SS, and in default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confessn will 1Mentered against >ou and each of mil. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Ihide County, Miami. Flot ida, this Mh day of Auguat. l5.j. E B. LEATHERM AN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. YV STOCK 1.Nil, lH-putv Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 1011 Seybold Hulldlng. Miami 32. Fla. I/12-1I-3I -J: NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No! 36044-A In Ri E8T \TI-: OF HENRY KRAKOW, I To All Creditor* and All r. raons HavIns Claims or l>emiinda Against Said He: You. and e.i'li of you, are hereby notified and required to !"• claiina and demands which you, or either of \ou. mu \ haw a*t,iinst Hie Of HENRY KRAKOW, d. e.l laie of Dade Coimtv, Florida, to the Honorable county Judsea of Dade County, and file th, same In thell In the County Courthouse in Dad< County, Florida, within eight calendar months, from the date of the first publication hereof, Bald claims or demnnda to '"mam tha local ad%  •f the claimant ami to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same Will In I,.ill..I Date August 12, A D. I9B5. I. Ei >N K \ I' I. \ N \ i:\. i utor of the East Will an I Testament of HENRY KRAKOW, Deci MYERS, II KIM AN A. KAPLAN A i tm in j ],,' Kxei utor IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35671 Iii Re ESTATE <>D MARY K ROBERTS, I % % % % %  I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All < "rciiioi and All Person! Bavins Clalmi oi Demands Asalnat Bald You, and eni h Of %  OU M C I" notified and required to preseni any clalma and demands whh h iiou, or either Of you, may have a gainst the .state of MARY K ROBERTS, deeeaseil late of Dade County, Florida. to the Honorable Counts In.In DudS c,,utit\. and file the same in th.lr offices in the County Courthouse III Dads Counts. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claim ot demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he ssvorn to and pr es ented as aforesaid, or same will Inhaired. See Sei tlon 731 11 Of th. ins Prubate Act. Date Ausuat 1. A.D. 19.15. BHELDON N. LELCHUK \ Executor • %  / the Lust VI ill and Testament of MARY K. R< 'HERTS. I >.-,,., aed. BHELDON N LELCHUK Attoi ins for Executor hold Bids-, Miami, not ida v IZ-ll-M — '.' '* ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisti fhrtdknn solicits your legal notJcas. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 for messenger service) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thnt the undesigned, ilesliinK to enniixe In business under the fictitious names of MICHEL'S, MICHEL'S RESTAURANT, MICHEL'S KOSHER RESRESTAURANT A N D CATERERS. MICHEL'S NORMANDY RESTAURANT, and MICHEL'S NORMANDY KOS'IIKK RKSTAI'RANT. at HI'l ilat Street, Miami Hearh. Intenda to rexlater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts. Florida. KAYHEE CORPORATION A Hoi Ida Corporation MONROE DIXON Attorney for Applicant I7HH Coral Uj') I IS-ll-M —-9/J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalsned, dealrlna to ens buaineaa undei the fictitious name of HOWARDS RENDIX LAUNDERETTE, at 121 S U 12th Ase II to i eglstei --.II im.' u Ith the %  of the Circuit Court Of Dade Counts, Florida. .1 \CK PELD, oss i,. r KKSSI.KK A QARH Attoi lies s fol Appll 1781 W Klanler St. I 12-11-21 — fit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalsned, desiring to ensage in business under the fictitious name of ABLE BUILDERS RENTAL EQUIPMENT, at .'.tm N.W. 14th Avenue. Miami, Fla., intends to resist ei -ail ii.i me with the Clerk ..I th.Circuit Curt of Dade Counts. F'loi Ida ALBERT FREEDMAN. Sol. owner GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Reslatrant ISM Weal Flagier St Miami. F'la. I, It-ll-M — /2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1823M CHESTER ST. JOHN, Plaintiff, vs. ETHEL ST. JOHN. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO ETHEL ST. JOHN lliTl Hushsvlck Avenue Brooklyn, New York You inhereby notified that a Complaint for DHoroc haa been filed against you, and you are hereby required to aerve a cops ot your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer in the offi, % %  of the Clerk 01 the Circuit Court, on or before the llth day of September. 19.V'>, otherwise the allegation* of aald Complaint for Divorce ssill be taken a* confessed against sou Dated thla 16th day of Auguat. 1853. K K LEATHERM \N. Clerk. Circuit Court, lade County, Florida B) R H. RICE, .II: (Seal) D.puis Clerk GEORGE J TALIANOPF Attorney (pi Plaintiff Incoln Road, Miami Bench, Ma. 1/19-26 — 9/2-S A burglar ransacks your house. Does your Insurance cover the lose of all that'* stolen or damaged? SEE Arthur M*. Kohn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street ReerstaiiMae rHC TtAVEUtS. Herrtortf



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+Jels}f***!to[L PAGE 8 B NE WS of the WEEK in REVIEW mothers or fathers." The Defense &f ee on Prisoners of War has announced that of the 7 1*0 ^' c fighting men in Korea who became prisoner, of war, 730 d .edI wh U. in the enemy's hands. Quite a few Jewish boys were among the casu alties Ml told 1.000.000 Americans fought in K Nazi salute in New Jersey: the burl) G Wallach, defianUj entered the ring at La last Saturday night wearing > mon and related the salute several times through the i Swa %  „ on TV on the DuMon, network "*%~%fi the anti-Communist work of Sen. Joe McCarthy the Cathol.c War Ve, erans of the U.S.A. adopted a resolution las. week oppose "<£.r.on of Red China and her admission to the UN. < ol 217.000. the group met In national i Nl V: k modore hotel Returning from a 39-day visit to Latin-Amenca. Cardinal Spellman was asked to comment about the n ml Roman Catholic Church in Argenti. '' ; united" by the Governmenl was his replj Whe. asked foi comment, the I said "Ask the monsignor Schulhe,*s who .had accompanied him) about the attacks He went to the hot spot 1 duck ed • On Hurricane Diane: Said I POVillg reporter D '^ reduced to a comparative whisper, had retained an unad %  kick far worse than anything her winds could do She sucked • quan. ol moisture-laden air from over the Atlantic and thei the water by the ton in advance ol her leisurely path to sea II was water water everywhere and in some 1 drop to di Good news: Three scientists ol the Colleg. I Engineering t niv. • c lifornia I. Schaffer. S F Mulford and E l> Howe have wi pproving "Report on an Analysis ol the Zarchin Sch. : by Cold Distillation The inventor of the process is Dr. Alexander Zarchin, who has given the Israeli Government first choice in its use. A Biblical Garden, containing 182 plants mentioned in the Old Testament, h.'! N hu i Cr tract. Sponsored bj th( Beth Isi i M< mortal Park il park for the public and ;. sanctuarj I ol the metro] tan New Yorl i the renowned b i Harold N Mi l< t irk bj his wifi \ Bernard Tra er. NCRA* Atlanta, Ga., Jewish Community Council has become the 34th community agency member of the Natitonal Community Relations Advisory Council. Discrimination costs the nation S30 biliion each year," the public opinion expert. Elmo Roper. N.C Belth report \[i;" Bui M. Bentob Messa, president of the Jewish community of Aden, British Arabia, now in New Vork < ity, ii Us us thai the Aden lewishi %  %  • tj f 8.000 has dwindled to 600 Dr. Sara Feder, president of Pioneer Women i 'that the mw year 5716 will see the completion of thret Israel bj i Women, the Labor Zionist 0 '-.• %  %  la The Greater New York Mizrachi Conference will open on Sept. 5 at Menachem Begin and his Herut party leaders have refused to pay the traditional call on President Izhak Ben Zvi. Mr Begin*! rel il L claimi rate slight In the past the Preto moot the parties in the order of then nui igh Herut emerged as the second largi I tl was the Meanwhile David Hen Gurion asked to lortn i rnment, f;r.dhimself in a The Election of the formerly outlawed Shukri al-K.uwatly as the new president of Syria .... Israeli* s< : >r th Maj. Gen. Burns has rot yet succeeded in breaking the deadlock in the Israel Egyptian Gaza border talks. American officials in West Germany are giavely concerned over a new trend toward Nazism throughout th* country. Kdt What is further distu.bing State Department officials The Kr "plan" I unity 1 Soviet capital Yiddish recital in rAoscow %  he first I me in man; %  i Tal. gavi •ert in the Pushk •her popular Yiddish n Master ol in announcing their progi Inti prised audience with the word"Sholom Alechem PEOPLE Semah Cecil Hyman, Israel's New Consul General oi New York, arrived last week to assume his new duties 56 yeai Mr Hyman! wa> born and educated in London During \\ rid War I he joined the First Jewish Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers serving in Palestine Mr Hyman'a wife, Dr. Ann* Foner-Hyman, has served as i researchei at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem The New York Timelast week devoted a special editorial honoring the 85th birthday ol Bernard Baruch, the friend and advisor of many presidentJohn J Adams the former Army counsel who outsmarted Jo* McCarthy many a time' has joined a firm of criminal lawyers m Washington. D.C Charles K Ford and H Clifford Adler Herman Wouk, the renowned Ortho Jewish author, has written a new book. Marjori* Morningstar his fourth novel It is based on his own experiencefrom the age of lti ward and he has given Marjori* .some of hiown extensive lev background. Philip M. Klutxnick, president of Bnai Bnth. was the major speak or at the 32nd Annual International Convention of Aleph Zadik Aleoh hoys' division of the Bnai Brith Youth Organization-which opened (amp Bnai Bnth Thursday. Aug. 25 Pioneer Women announce that Mrs. G*n.a Twersky, well-known personality in Lsrael societv and in labor movement circles there, has arrived in the I'nited States to nar ticipate in Pioneer Women activities within the various charter throughout the nation and in Mexico. D*id*r Holith.r ithe author Of the first picture book published in this countnwhich givethniuah photos and text a comprehensive \ u w of the development of the Amer ican synagogue as a religious, social and communal institution Titled • The Synagogue and Its People." the volume will be published on Sent 9 by Abelard-Schuman. Inc., New York. ^ pt 0lie s oldest mdustries. fishing, is making new gains ,he aid ol State cl Israel Development Bond investments. ire is an Israeli worker mowing reeds in one ol the many new artificial ponds wh.ch are being used to breed and store fish for local consumption. In addition to establishing fash ponds, Israel Bond funds are being utilised at the experilal hatchery station of Tantura. where tests are being conducted lo improve the breed, develop foodstuffs to replace scarce {••• I grains essential to fish life, and prevent diseases. MM AffoirSck^ Joint "wr of Ben, ] t^rhood and school bJB the form of t Jj Pjrty Jor children*; 81,1 n Kn >h SunjT >ear Date is2J Sept 10 ""* ^ *eNVJ Rabbi Joseph 11 •45 MICHIGAN AVOIR, i ^•WJtl^ ****** NAT GAIll „ unmsatAKii M*tropolitM lift It^d |3200 S.W. iri „,^1 NORTON TIRE 31st Anniversary SALE] THIRTY-ONE YEARS OF ff till j) <9 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION^—.^^ -? guarantees p3| YEARS: • BETTER VALUES JfcSERVlNGr • BETTER SERVICE fgiVUAMl • BETTER CREDIT TERMS i \ w m*i "vmxm sin ^OTffl '< %  k(\% PR00F !" :::::::: S OFF TUBES !" = = %  NNMNNMNWWWHWWWNWWNMM Z3* %tkt mS yf!h THOUSANDS r '^ W 'ROLLING / 0P( H Cl __ ASY C*fDIT w I AU HlGHi r^-^X All credit hondled QOOD / M ***(&% by Norton Tire I Qptu Co. You ore not IIJH) I r //|w "formed out" to ""^ I U !iA f o finonco comTJDK U^Jj^OH Ift ^ pony. ,,KtJ ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICED B.S. 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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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September 2, 1955

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Full Text
29 Number 35
l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_Miami. Florida, Friday, September 2, 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
ae! Demands Egypt Accept Gaza Blame Or No Cease Fire
Us Says Proposal For Petite In Middle East Has Backing Of Eisenhower Administration
ate Secretary Hopes
Other Nations Will Join
In Security Guarantees
to YORK \\N'S> Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, in a
fie bid for peace in the Middle East, announced Friday the United
jis willing to guarantee both Israel and its Arab neighbors against
Ifrom each other.
illes. emphasizing he spoke with the full authority of President
tower, said the United States will help foot the bill for a pro-
M resettlement and rehabilitation for 900,000 Arab refugees.
|en as Dulles spoke, new clashes between Arab and Israeli forces
eported along the Gaza frontier.
(still a further effort to remove the "pall of Fear" hanging over
Darned Middle Ettt, Dulles said the U.S. is willing to help in
thing permanent boundaries between Israel and its hostile
ors and to mediate in the still "unsettled" Jerusalem issue.
^Ile offer was made in a speech before the Foreign Relations
I of New York. I
* *
S0V11T ARMS MAI RIVIAUD
Russia Warned Against
Offering Aid to Arabs;
Geneva Spirit' is Cited
s p
c
I
.ring Arab Israel border
[take heavy frequent toll of
\A "inflame an already dan-
mood of hatred." Dulles
be following speeific offer:
resident Kisenhower will
end that the United States
i formal treaty engagements
ent or thwart any effort by
Side lo alter by force the
hes between Israel and its
^ighbor-
expressed the "hope that
buntrics would be willing to
[such a security guarantee,
it would be sponsored by
|tcl Nations "
He i nid d States is willing
up a "substantial" share of
(national loan to Israel to
ipensation to Arab refu-
d from their Pale rtine
bnd resettle them either
nr elsewhere.
John foster Outlet
. makes proposal
QUICK DEATH IN OFFING?
Arab Leaders Flay Washington
Peace Bid as Grand Sell-Out;1
Schedule Conference for Sept 3
Special
CAIROThe Eisenhower admin-
istration's plan to bring peace to
Israel and the Arab nations appear-
ed in danger of quick death early
this week".
One Arab leader here said
angrily that Secretary of State
John 1 h DttUea Waa offering
Arabs "30 pieces of silver to soil
Palestine to the Jew.-" a- I vote-
catcher in the 1956 presidential
announced Saturday that the Arab
nations will hold a high level con-
ference here Sept. 3 to discuss the
new Dulles peace plan. An offi-
cial statement distributed to news-
men in Jerusalem's Jordan sector
said the premier reported consulta-i
! is "willing to
j the search for a solution"
Utstii n ol permanent [-
> boundaries if both sides election,
fr Jordan's Premier Said El Mufti
tions had already started among
Arab diplomats in Amman, capital
of Jordan.
CAIROEgypt has agreed to a ceasefire on the Egyptian-Israel
front near Gaza, the Egyptian government information department r: -
vealed early Wednesday. Egypt, the department said, has accepted
the proposal of Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns. United Nations chief truce
supervisor for Palestine.
The announcement came as Secretary of State John Foster DtlOea
sharply warned Russia that any arms shipments to Arab nations in the
Israel crisis would be a serious breach of the "Geneva spirit" of peace-
ful co-existence. Dulles previously told a news conference in Washing-
ton that the U.S. "has received indications the Soviet Union has offered
guns and ammunition to Arab countries."
A bulletin late Wednesday from the British Foreign Office said
that Russia has offered arms to "an Arab country.'' Although the For-
eign Office declined to name the country, another British spokesman
said that it, is Egypt.
Meanwhile. Israel balked Wednesday at agreeing to a cease fire
along the Gaza frontier and demanded that Egypt first accept respon-i-
bihty for the violence in the border area during the past week. It seem-
ed virtually certain that the Cairo government would reject the Israel
demand.
An Israel spokesman said Wednesday his government has no confi-
dence in Egypt's promise to stop shooting, given in response to an ap-
peal to both nations from Gen. Burns. Premier Sharctt's government,
the spokesman said, had replied to Burns with a request that he obtain
the Egyptian government's acceptance of responsibility for the past
week's "deep penetrations into Israel by terrorist units of the Egyptian
armed forces waylaying and killing civilians, planting mines and seek-
ing to terrorize our population."
An announcement from the UN truce commission -aid Burns, af-
ter receiving the Israeli reply, had tried to get them to go ahead with a
cease fire order became Egypt "in agreeing to the cease fire had a!'
RUCTION VARKD ABROAD
s Expected to Amplify Plans;
Shiloah, Allen Discuss Gaza Strip
plNGTON UTAi Secre-
State John Foster Dulles
Upocte.l t be asked for
cation ol his views on the
East situation Wednes-
fn he holds his press con-
nut it was not known
lr he would be prepared
wate pending receipt of
from Israel and the
tates
attention of the State De-
nt was directed here by
|Minister Reuvcn Shiloah
nost recent clashes in the
fnity Mr Shiloah called
BrKe V Allen. Assistant
p of state for Near East-
Fa>rs, to discuss the "seri-
Ma developments and oth-
J-larael situations.
lames k Murray. Montana
ia' aligned himself Wed-
*'h Sen. Walter F.
chairman of the Senate
Relations Committee
d agreement with*
the objectives of the Dulles pro-
posals but feared that other na-
tions would only offer token as-
sistance. Sen. Murray warned
that the United States would be
willing to "take on some burdens
in the interests of peace in the
area" but asserted that "we can't
go it alone."
Press reaction here and abroad
was varied. While all newspapers
welcomed the initiative taken by
Mr. Dulles, there was consider-
able disagreement as to the fea-
sibility and effectiveness of his
proposals. The Times of London
said flatly that the Dulles state-
ment is "likely to satisfy nobody
in the Middle East." It asserted
that the terms of the proposals
go no further than those offered
by Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden last April and "meet none
of Israel's current requests
The paper bluntly declared
Continued en Page 8 A
agreed to put a stop to all raiding, sabotage and mining."
Earlier the United States inter-
vened with the Israel and Egyptian
At Damascus, Syria, a foreign j governments to get them to refrain
ministry source said Syria and oth-, from further hostilities along the
er Arab states would reject the | Gaza strip frontier and to resume
Dulles offer. He said the offer i the Gaza pacification talks broken
conflicts with resolutions adopted, 0ff last week by the Egyptiana.
I,y the Arab League for solving the j U.S. Ambassador Edward B. Law
Aral) problem. These call, not only son called on Premier Ifoahfl Shar-
fer compensating Arab refugees, ett to deliver his govcrment's plea,
but for sending them back to their
homes in what is now Israeli terri-
tory.
After Ambassador Law-mis via-
| it. Premier Sharett called the Is-
rael Cabinet to an extraordinary
The Arab League resolutions al- session on the security situation.
so call for the internationalization The meeting was to be held Thurs
of Jerusalem and protection of
Arab interest in a settlement of the
Palestine problem.
At Beirut, Lebanon, Dr. Izzai
Tannous, a leader of Arab refu-
gees driven from Palestine in 1948,
accused Dulles of "offering us 30
day morning, several hours before
the newly-elected Parliament is
scheduled to meet on the situation
of the North African Jews.
These develops came even as the
United Nations chairman of the
Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice
pieces of silver to sell Palestine to | Commission Postponed a scheduled
...-.............._____ f-_____J.h ih. I meeting of the MAC, suggesting
the Jews" to "curry favor with the
Zionist vote in America."
Continued on Pafe 2 A
6en. I. I. M.
Burns
am tot fast
SOUTHEAST REGION DELEGATES C0NVER6E ON HIAHI
Zionist Group Will Meet Here This Weekend
The 18th annual convention of the Southeast
region of the Zionist Organization of America will
be held in Miami Labor Day weekend. Sept. 2
through 5. Scene of this year's convention will be
the Delano hotel.
Convention chairman is A. Arthur Pckelner. pres-
dent of the Miami Zionist District and treasurer of
the South Florida Zionist Council. Co the convention is Herbert Linick. president of the
Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District. Florida State
convention chairman is Seymour B. Liebman, chair-
man of the Southeast region ZOA administrative
committee and chairman of the Florida Confedera-
tion of Zionist Districts.
Principal speaker will be Col. Basil Herman, in-
formation officer of the Israel Consulate, at the ZOA
banquet Sunday evening.
The convention will start with an Oneg Shabbat
on Friday night in the Falla room of the Delano
hotel, which will be presented by Miami Beach
sada Young Adult Zionist District. Reception in
Continued on Pae S A



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that it was inconvenient" to hold
such a meeting at Kilometre
the border site oj 3J.-U' JUie
because of the shjnutji
demarcation li
Notice Organizations, Religious!
earlier complaints, W* "0^\^jEm& EgyptiS^l^n
immediately. |||M .-|>l;,v uith lire and lu-j
A reliable informant Mid EfcTP been urging theni to cease nre
?' tian planes had entered Israeli jfT; a,ong thc GaM Its* rw,',T
- ft tailor from the southernmost point t,(t ou, ,1,.,. re>pon.lwl.
" S>,(Tg H"! TKh ajar n -^ST.h,!. ^ .,.,- <*,.......,,, 1,..^,-***+
Early Monday a flight of Israel poin( ca,, Rafa, when the) were hll. ,,- ,|,, present sUU cUBJJ
fighters took to the air to chase a interceptcd. The inhabitants of ><- 'J '
gro, of Egyptian planes rtrtch ,_, ^ ^ n=.. ^"^^^CdclS SE

C010RED DAY WORKilS YOUNC UNIFORMED u ,
High TMM DaaMStk Weekly Maids Hotel Help !;,*'.
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ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES Mam
o----r __i Israel will lake all
had violated Israel air space pearl *1 ,,, deen the southwestern t.p of the Gaza ^^prSecT the .Wes of its
wa The Egyptian planes < i.dnt MmMl.v gpokei
wait to get a close look at the I-
rael pilot-, hut turned tail and hur-
. 11 ic\ ii-.......- -,---
man declared here, following UM
German Court Names
'Expert' in Paternity Case
,t turnedI tail and bur- ^^ ,grM
ried back across the border as the "J .J ,,,.> personnel
Israel fighters approached. ^ weok(,n(| hjcludlni three al
(A report from London citing l;H.k> which cost the lives "I two MUNICH (JTA The Bavarian
Egyptian sources said that a two- israe]is and four Egyptian- st;.t- Council for Freedom and JUS
hour engagement between Israel Mreaiton has reached tice has fUed a formal protesti witn
and Egyptian troops was fought Egy' in (n..with(1| pre the Ministry of JiiaUcejagainatth.
along the Gaza border. The report jJgJ^KJ Jg delusion ol the ac.ion ol a German court at rr.un-
failed to place the scene of the JJJJfieS agreement" between stein in designating a leading Vm
fighting, hut said there were no g^, gJJ ,ht, spokesman 'TaciaJ specialist' as an official
Egyptian casualties.) Hi* Urit. ol the Egyptian armj court'experl a M******
Egyptian and Israeli fore- heve not only attacked Israel se- nity case involving a Jew wno wai
clashed for the fifth successive day curjty patrols moving-along the de- formerl) a 1)1._________
in the strife-torn Gaza border. In piarcation lines, he continued, but
Cairo, an Egyptian military spokes t|u,v have penetrated deeply into
man confirmed the ground fight- Israel territory, mining roads, at
ing but denied any clash in the tacking vehicles and destroying
air. The Egyptian spokesman said wcns w,th a rising toll of dead
the ground lighting began when ^nj wounded. Israel -cannot be
Israeli troops attacked an Egyptian expected to let the situation get out
outpost near Beit Hanoun. south 1)f hand ann- wj|| take all measures
of Gaza, tinted Nation- truce ob- for jt> s,.|f-defensc and for the
server- rushed to trie scene to help protection of thc. live- of it- citi
halt the fighting, a UN-aponaored ." h'' concluded.
i itian-Israeli mixed armistice Meanwhile, Kol Israel, the Israel
Commission, meeting to consider Government radio station, in its
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Chairmen, Encampment Date Nears
Mew Program Revealed
At West Miami Center
Rabbi Alfred Waxman Wednes-
day announced a new full program
I of educational and social activities
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derstanding of the meaning of religion used -^ .
leiuibilitiea of ordinary mortals After all thev h **'PI
i..r thousands of Ion* years the victims of rel'ieir! '"'"I
agonizing history in Europe over a period oMwL'
tribute to man's inhumanity to man. They h
reviled, robbed, tortured and murdered. The Roma" rkda'
out of society, then held them up as an example of fnH. '
nation that failed to accept the Roman saviour ^d'"q*
Is Mr. Dulles' Prosposal on Peace in the Hear East Too Late? ^SS^BSSSSs^
reversal which the Arabs neither understand
nor believe. They were defeated in their ag-
gression against the Jewish State in 1948. They
would begin a 'second round^ as they have
repeatedly threatened, if the Arab leadership
could be certain of victory.
But the Arabs are weak spiritually, and they
can not be certain of victory. Then only assur-
ance of crushing Israel is through the means
to which they have resorted durina the past
few years economic blockade and geographic
isolation means against which our govern-
ment and the Dulles State Department have
never raised a single note of protest.
For the Arabs, and Egypt specifically, now
to accept Mr. Dulles' belated proposal would
mean that their fondest dream an Israel-free
Near East must come to an end unfulfilled. It
would also mean they must accept a com-
pletely altered picture of our foreign policy,
which habit can not permit them. The record
of the Administration in the Near East during
the past few years i amona the most shame-
ful in U.S. history. Filled with duplicity and
power politics, it iqnores the basic tradition of
our American democracy the nurturing of free
human aspirations wherever they may show
themselves.
Mr. Dulles' policy statement may be an hon-
est effort to reverse this record. Yet. the U.S.
has too lonq been intimidated by the Arabs,
and the Arabs now have no alternative but to
pursue their relentless position in the Near
East and to ignore Mr. Dulles who, in the final
analysis, they must believe is acting in the
interest of public relations and his party's on-
coming test at the polls in 1956. Eqypt's attack
against Israel, as we see it, is a current test of
the strength and sincerity of the Dulles pro-
posal.
It is for our government now to tell the Arabs
that the American people mean what they say
that the world wants to see peace achieved in
the Near East, with Israel a free and integral
part of the area. Otherwise, the Arabs will
continue to have their day, and the Dulles pro-
posal will then, indeed, have come too late.
It is no qood for the proposal to continue the
sham of U.S. "impartiality" in the Near East
for the U.S. also to guarantee the Arab nations
against Isiaeli aggression.
In addition to being an insult to the Jewish
State, this does no more than tell the Arabs
that we recognize Israeli culpability in Near
Eastern difficulties and merely repeats what
we have been doing up until this time.
There is something that sticks in the throat
of Mr. Dulles and other U.S. spokesmen. It is
ous opinion that they must rid themselves of
this obstruction and tell the Arabs once and for
all that Israel is there to stay ;n the Near East
totally ignored the history leading up to the Otherwise, philosophical policy statements be^
mn^nf hUirTINn, SP3arheaded, Bi\ Th'ee fore taY Political bodies will remain just that
move at the UN to censure Israel. Nor has this----------_______
course altered since then. Former Assistant
Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade, now U.S.
Ambassador to Egypt, compounded the Dulles
felonies by publicly flaunting the relationship
between American Jewry and the State of
Israel.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles last
week came up with a U.S. move that is late
by several years. In a foreign policy state-
ment. Mr. Dulles indicated that Washington
is willing to stand behind specific border guar-
antees and revisions as they affect Israel and
the Arab nations.
The proposal also touches upon compensa-
tion of Arab refugees and United Nations re-
view of the status of Jerusalem. In toto, the
purpose of the Dulles statement is to guarantee
Israel against Arab aqgression and vice versa.
Egypt's answer was immediate. Failing to
enter into the spirit of Mr. Dulles' philoso-
phizing in his proposal made before the For-
eign Relations Council of New York, Cairo sent
its ground and air forces against the Jewish
State's border patrols. By Monday, Israel offi-
cials were askinq the United States to inter-
vene in an effort to stop the powder-keg fighting
in the Gaza strip.
The request, made in a lengthy conversation
cf nearly two hours between Israel Minister
Reuven Shiloah and George V. Allen. Ameri-
can Assistant Secretary of State, followed on
the heels of five bloody days of battle. Part
of the Egyptian attack included jet planes,
which penetrated Israeli territory over the
southern Negev.
But Eqyptian spokesmen, of course, insisted
that the fightinq beqan when Israeli troops at-
tacked an Egyptian outpost near Beit Hanoun,
south of Gaza.
It is our firm opinion that the timing of the
Egyptian campaiqn was not accidental that
the Egyptian battle was launched as a firm
reply to Secretary Dulles' proposal. Part of the
proof for this position lies in the fact that West-
ern observers were this week less hasty in con-
demning Israel for the border infractions than
they generally are prone to be. Indeed, a reli-
able private source in Jerusalem said the Egyp-
tians provoked the entire affair by entering
Israel territory from the southernmost point of
the Gaza strip near where the strip meets the
Sinai peninsula.
The reasons for Eqypt's blunt reply are obvi-
ous. Three years of U.S. foreign policy as forg-
ed by Mr. Dulles have given the Arabs a feel-
ing of superiority and infallibility in the Near
East. The sum and substance of Mr. Dulles'
position has been to woo Arab "friendship"
under all circumstancesno matter how detri-
mental to Israel's outlook. Mr. Dulles has in-
sisted upon favoring the Arabs with military
assistance and has consistenly advised our
government to side with them whenever con-
troversy arose between Israel and the Arab
bloc.
This course was set as early in the Dulles
administration as October, 1953, when the U.S.
because of his religious beliefs. During the rapidlyio*?
to the 1948 partition of Palestine, American Jewry iovm, i*'
During his tenure in office as Mr. Dulles' ad-
visor on Near Eastern affairs. Byroade accused
Israel of being subordinate to the Jewish com-
munity of this nation and advised the Jewish
State to integrate itself into the Near East
an aspiration which Jewish State leaders have
fondly entertained since partition and which
Zionist Organization Meets Here
The South. on of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America meets in convention on Miami
beach tnis weekend.
Delegates from throughout the region will
attend convention sessions to elect new officers
toda t0 USS V"al lssues a{fectmg the ZOA
What with numerous national Zionist lead-
ers also present, there is no doubt but that this
weekend should prove most fruitful as a means
they have not been able to"implement precisely ous problems confronting9"1* "^ ^ numer-
because of the machinations of the Byroades An interesting sidelight" is the fact that th.
and his ilk in our State Department. host city ,s now also the seat ol the SouSeni
Under such circumstances, the Arab League re began to look upon U.S. foreign policy as fav- a ,ew weeks ago. n,a 0nly
oring all means employed by the world's gov- Thu5 means that the Miami area's !.,;,>,
ernments to crush Israel. Certain they could f omnnity is recognized as beinq one olh
get away with anything, the Arab nations then lar,aest and mst promising in the reaion
opened their dastardly blockade against Israeli 1S to be hoP*d that from this city and thi.
shipping and. in the face of reiterated UN de- convention will emerqe a claniicoLn i 7
mands, closed the Suez Canal to Israel-bound nM Organization policy and a determine,
cargo. Here. too. they met with U.S. silence. lo Amer.can Jewry in behal oT a "
which they interpreted as tacit approval. reun,1y beleaguered Israel as in riL ^
Mr. Dulles' foreign policy statement made in zSStvn' ^ u ,6Wlsh Sla* but when the
New York City last week is thus the kind of cal SPke Wl,h ,he ,0n<* of a clar on
in a mightly outpouring of philanthropy-omanu'ed !
and economic leadership for the purpose ol auickwrfm-5
infant Jewish republic. s "*
This outpouring was no accident. It was the result a
horrified by the most destructive expression y, t achievedsfaf
anti-Semitism; it was the result of a people- decision wJ
witness the barbarism of bigotry as a manifestation eith
religious egotism or of socio-economic evolution.
Thus, the Jewish State was to symbolize a nation in belief i- solely a private matter. As such, Lbe Jewish Stateta
the .i.-r Inn- quest (if the Jewish people every whcreiel
a nian's religion can not possibly separate him irom the
inunity through ostracism of any form.

ALIENATION A STRONG POSSIBILITY
N a .' teems, m have been mistaken Many hsttonssl
inioj tin' plight of .Jewry during its period ,,f exile, oft-!
that the Jews were not militantly bigotedthat they am?
not chauvinistic because circumstance ne\er afford*!L
opportunity But circumstance appears to be affording ijJ
portunity now. Only some two weeks ago, Moshe Shapin
of Religion, declared (hat "it is Impossible to -eparal
i religion" and that "public and state life n ust be reliai
follows hard 00 the heels ot a recent decision in the JewtAj
give the Rabbinatfl secular power over Israel- domestic cos
_
The possible results of such a policy are rnanife and lure Proponents argue in the same vein a> Mr Shapin.|
that a Jewish State must necessarily base ,t- ,ociet) and tl
cording t<> which that society governs Itself i n Jewba
((pt- otherwise, it is not. in fact, they -a>. a lewish mtiotl
a country whose population is principally Jewish; othennavi
Israel may aubeoquontty become everything but ,i Jewisai
nation, perhaps, controlled by the people and the philosoph/1
crimii Blast Jewr) for twenty centuries in Kurope.
Hut what in Israel? In the face of Israeli spokesmen who -eek to:
life with religious belief, they will find themselves alienate
from a nation which their ingenuity, leadership and faithuj
prophet) helped found. Pet H b hnadamental to the
Jewr} (Newlure that religion remain a matter of priva.lt <
with Israel moving in the opposite direction, diaspora Jeirf(
itself in the mid-t of a dilemma offering solace to the I

INCREASINGLY AGGRESSIVE ATTITUDES
At once imonillfj tc identify with the world in which i|
with the destiny of the State of Israel, diaspoi lewry will
experience a kind "f social chisoplu'enia. Will i-raer-aa*
unrealistic position taken by some of its chauvinistic If*
Jew ean. indeed, be a Jew only if he lives m l-r.irl?
The implications of this problem, unfortunately, arei
profound A principal trend. I believe, must ultimate!]
lion in the increasingly aggressive attitude '..kin hy the
abroad For this orthodox) will more and inure frequ
the prophet of internal Israeli policy so far as religious i
And it will seek to cam a degree "1 \crM
to which it minister- commensurate with the advancing
i-i.m i Rabbinate.
\ current example is an edict Issued al the -if "f"JfJ
Rabbinical Alliance of America to editoi '^i!
papers throughout the nation. The RAA may verj ..elite!
ip. akin perhaps to the rabid Niturei Karta .n Israeir
siginificanl Case in point Phrased in the form da
tbeRAA'a last convention, the edict in part states: "W^T
many who on reading food advertisement- in the
urne that the food advertised therein
n the taglo-Jewish Press to refuse ti ..iverr-
non kosher food, restauranti and entering pli
Now, it (cms to me that the RAA is within it- right tol
pin ; kashruth in any of its varying iiuniWicoj
such a resolution proper!) atancgna from the priPC'Pjerj
pods,. Bui when resolution becomes edict ai I w'1('". J
mail, there I must object. "Be it further r H '*
that if they (the EngU JSsl
such ad- that to cancel their inbscriptlona to such pap
.....
DIVERGENCE AND fREE THOUGHT
Anyone >wn vaguely acquainted with the '"''^^i
1 hurch Irom it- bv the Roman Empire Mr"yL
to the huh p.nnt of its political power some four hunfT^L
not fail to recognise the similarity between the me"^~,J
the hurch to achieve it- amis when I was in P""''!-i j
those in current vogue among members of Inc l,M^
Alliance ^_
Thej are omfoaraeJiy hsaaad ot Isaataidation J^B
ntl) and objectively with divergent ^'"'VL,?
Bense. it Incomes clear that orthodoxy generally-*"0 J
or in any other religioui philosophs strives to ""'"-kjpj
"I view in .ts effort to survive as a system of thusm- rn
lion i- thus no dill, rent, in tone or intention, from a J"^i
When any body, of any nature, take- l|lh,,V!'t0suWl
dictating to humankind. 1 approach that bod> vv"nhl-_atJ
P'con In this ease, the effort is simed st f^fjTTgT
employed by reUgiom leaders of other faiths and w* ^
for rabid orthodoxy. In subsequent csse^J
other spheresequally vital and with equal chalieiv
and expression.


,ber 2. 1955
BdtafttfiMfttoB
PAGE 5 A
fheast Region of ZOA to Convene in Miami Beach
jnued from ? 1 *
all ZOA members who
year visited Israel will
tirdav afternoon, at 2:30
Greater Miami chapter
;,h will be hostess to an
labbat and reception in
ZOA delegates and guests
convention. Commodore
the Hotel Vanderbilt, Mi-
will be the scene of
Mrs A Arthur Pekel-
y a member of the reg-
national >peakers bureau
sah. a member of the
Miami Hadassah chapter
chairman of the Greater
daisah leadership train-
i. will be chairman of
speaker is Rabbi Irving
of Temple Kmanu-El.
nigh! "ill be the open-
On of the convention in
room ol the Delano hotel.
ill preside at this ses-
ram will include
from Mayor Abe Arono-
ami, Mayor I). Lee Pow-
Bami Beach, and Mrs. Ir-
-trin president of the
egion "t Hadassah. Leo
L, president <>f the South-
will deliver the prc.-i-
i i rllowing the op-
i.i.n. lln ir will be a cock-
[in honor of delegates and
in the ballroom of the
Mont/
May morning, sessions
at the Delano with a
im m i ssion breakfast,
jl i)c pre* ded over by
p.Iks, i | Sashville, Tenn..
oi tin' Southern Zion-
Commission. This will
Ei, l>> rtel rli>cussion
IPOrk in the region. Par-
I in the discussion will be
Burson, <>f Memphis.
|l)a\nl G.....Iwin, of Miami
i.m.. the convention will
small groups for indi-
nmiltee im ctings. Al Bal-
pis, will be chairman of
Fund- committee; Sol
[Atlanta, will chair the
^ip committee; Robert
Augusta World Zionist
ommittii Harry Jaffee,
>m. resolutions commit-
Bol Radoms, Birmingham,
Education and program-
lion banquet is scheduled
for Sunday night in the Cotillion
room of the DiLido hotel. Toast-
master will be Ben Winick. of
Knoxville, Tenn., former president
of the Southeast region and vice
president of the national organiza-
tion. Guest speaker Col. Herman,
formerly from Johannesburg,
South Africa, was a foundation
member of the South African Ha-
ganah and in June, 1948. joined
the Israel armed forces, where he
served as a Lieutenant Colonel. He
later served as liaison officer with
the United Nations Truce Observa-
tion Team in Israel.
Monday's sessions will start with
a public relations discussion at
9:30 a.m. Adelbert Friedman.
Southern representative of the
American Zionist Council, will be
guest speaker. Arthur Pariser, of
Orlando, will be chairman of this
session, which will take place in
the Fala room of the Delano. At
11 a.m., final plenary session of
the convention will take place.
Elected delegates from South
Florida to the convention are Her-
bert Linick, Alex Van Straaten.
Ben Appel, Dan Broad. Sam Fried-
man, Sam Prosterman, William
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>i^utnr*kHW
Friday,
n
j
Mrs. Donald Goldberg
She Richard wolfeons have their Oral baby! Ei.in. brought their
Lisl.homo last week ... beautiful 630 University dr.. In Coral
Meha'rd. as you probably know. Is MHeh.ll WoMson's nephew
^smtheV; widow of William Wo.fson. came in from NewYort
fol a quiet sojourn at the Everglades hotel and to SOC the DW arrival
j. Arnold Bressler,' cunty judge ol "North took ""'
from his vacation at the Algiers to host a "youiall j*kw_
C.uests of honor were his COUSins. Dr. and Mrs. Irv.ng We.mnger,
] Miami Beach.
Friends say that" the Bernard Sehifmanns are havil
.urning in Nassau and the Out Islands
Its Bernie's and Ethel's first visit awa) from Miami Beacn sinci
: when they returned from u months ol .
Bemie expects to he hack at his Bache and ( ompan)
in mid-September.
*&ttJs&\ st^stsj: Ungvi, fi.....berg
L*V,Ttie*M S. Starrs, of Meridian ave.. and the Joseph Levines, of
S ..; dr saj their daughters are expected to return home next
v k
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas are hack ,n their North ^ore dr home
ter vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. George Coiher at the Colliers
C'jla Vista Estate in Bethlehem. Nil .,
Fred and Henrietta motored to the mountains after spending I
daw With their Children. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Jonas, m Boston
v- s that Stan and Barbara are "verrry, verrry nappj
Dr and Mrs. Benjamin Rosenberg are thrilled it the accomplish
. their 14-yeai Bobbie, who ha- just returned from
11 Ben and'Mickie are telling friends this story: Mali i pro-
r m called "Junior Maine Guides." Campers from all over the State
reel during the summer at a three-daj conclave to take proficiency
is in mapping forestrj canoeing and such
Mrs. Mthin Class
Glasses Take
Canadian Tour
Miss Barbara Kay and Melvin
Leon Glaaa were married Aug. 13
in the Shelborne hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Jack Kay. of 940 Sev-
enth st She was given in marriage
by her father Her only attendant
was her sister. Gail.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanmel
Glass, of llarrisburg. Pa., the bride
Roberta daughter ol Mr and Krilm had his brother-in- law. Dr.
Mrs Jerrj I angel, 917 NW I4.>th (,s|K, Sllv(,r>tin,,. f Bradford. Fa.,
a- best man. Milton Bernard Cohen
ushered.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
Donald Goldberg il the s,,n of ciated Cantor Abraham Reiseman
Irving Goldberg, assisted.
Speak Vows Here
- was her grandmother's golf
tedding ban i that Donald Gold-
slipped on the third fingei
let; hand ol Roberta Barbara Lan-

rhey spoke their vows on Au
IS m the Lincoln Manor Rabbi
Henn Okolica officiated
it., was given in man iai I > her
father June Rothberg served as
maid of h'
I wouMnrJou^kno^ IUh who 8138 sw 26th st His brother, Her- \ cated dinner was held at the
: sed their exam-. Bobbie was one He was also one ol the youngMl he.t Aumont Was btal man h..tel following the ceremony.
the fourth to pass on a first trj ^ rc The couple spent the honeymoon i After a wedding trip to New
on Miami Beach and will live at York and Canada, the couple will
Flagler st live in Hamsburg.
tnote i- that Maine Gov. Edmund Muskie feted the winners
ai a I inquel in th.' Governor's Mansion in Augusta
4316 W
\iile Tenn
Newlywed Mrs Koraman was
attired in a gown whose bodice of
chantilly lace drape satin
W .rd is that Mrs. Jeanette Good and her grandson, Harvey Farr,
a splendid time on then- cruise. ..,*- Miss On III \\ C(1S
Itinerary included Port au Prince. Port Antonio and Cuidad rru-
,. among Other place- Jeanette aid Harvey did the West Indies M |\ korilllUlll
, r on the ss Evangeline Mls< J(,,in ()rlm hcc.JTnp Mr,
as zxsssmSvsrm CK..U.-,......w ... ...,,, m*........
. at the wedding, whose theme was
TSLSrrS Pilot, .ndth.....at behind an auto- Pink Md white
,teerii wheel should be a delightful chat The bride is the daughter of
< < c < Mr and Mrs Ham B Orlin. MM
Max Maaaera are exp ick this weekend after six weeks Byron ave The groom's parenta
thri !> Canada and the West. With Aiyce and Max are are the Joe Kornmans, ol Nash
William Lindners. ...
H i ling down the Mi tori have been Alyce's sister and brother
aw. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bloteher, ol Providence, Kl Lillian and
:b [or a i" 'ion .
[ul storj again: They like it so much they Intend Wllh iridescent sequins and pearls
Y ,mi their home Lillian reveaN that Bob, a teacher, has Tm, v|0(,w. u,.n, |ong .|;i(, ,,,,(.(i
inted to the facultj ol North Miami High. ;in,| ,hc bouffant skirt ol nylon
This should prove wonderful news for the Maaaera and Natalie and tl,n(. had (wo bands ol laci
E I Lindner, who are old friends (puns ending in a sweep tram Her
> 'eap was of lace and sequins with
That eligible bachelor. WTVJ's vice president and general man- elbow-length veil.
r Lea Ruwlteh, wanted to remember his dearest friends. Honey and At1,.nii .
Marcos Cohn. in Washington on their 20th wedding annrveraary. |t Mjss R ,
- Lee, friends Chuckle over the story, sent the couple a singing M;inlm Gm<5be ^J"V ""
gram The Cohn*' thankyou tells the rest <.-1.;j Postal Corrine Traeaer and
When the operator called them. Honey wa-nt around, and the ^^ ^^ jJ^^JJJ
maid was another cousin, Miss
I.ana Cuba, also Ol Atlanta
Best man was Harold Kornman.
the groom's brother ol Nashville
Assisting were Malcolm Danoff!
Nashville cousin of the groom
Bertram Traeger I Meister and
Morton Palme, Ronald Purcell
hack WM Junior usher
Mrs Kornm;
v< rsity ol Uabari
a member ol Delta
sororitj
I rat r refused to sins until explanations had been made Next came
Happy Birthday' dittj sung to Marcus all because FCC tariffs make
visions only for such nd not for anniversaries. .
Well, happy anniversary Honey and Marcus.
Hartie and Samuel Friedland cancelled all their engagements and
their gorgeous North Kay rd. mansion to attend the funeral of
thi ir niece. Doris Silver Ostreicher.
Happy note indicates that commentator Gabriel Heatttr i
la his secluded residence on Flamingo dr. .
It was a Biege at Mount Sinai Hospital, and friends will be glad to
km w Gsbe's recuperating
; anybody's guess Doe- fabulous botelman Walter Jacobs plan
1 build a new hotel named the dul'ont Plaza'
\\ i ti. r Kulm
ft, lm<%k Htmmmm
Th,
i ni
he is
i
The
groom also attend the I i
versity ol Alabama His socia
temit) is Alpi,., Epsilon Pi He is
Frances and Manny Smith are due hack Friday after a spell in Cool ;,U" membei ol Beta Alpha Psi
Hendersonville. .xiouritim; honorarj and Chi ,\i-
Manny's dining room is the beautiful Beef and Bird. With them 1'tl'1 statistics hon ||e ,.
escaping the heat were Francine, Alan and Ellen. '"' CCOUntln
> v < ? 8> it-of-towi v..,,.
CV Symphony sparkplug Marie Volpe is in New York for a hud
die with exquisite singer Jennie Tourel, who opens the BQason hen
Oct. 31. .
am;"':- Ul"" Present at a dinner
""' reception following the ,
mony.
After New York, it's a hide-away for 10 days in Boston, where -----------------------
rrie vows she'll do nothing but read, rest and sleep. "Maybe event Grants H it
akfast in bed," she whispered to friends in Miami-a luxury she s iMOllKT
- or illotrnil Knrvrnlf hofnrn 1 T^.^__
Mar
hi
IX er allowed herself before. Two year ol
Then off to Rochester to spend some time with her daughter and | greeted h
s'.-.-in-!awr, Eleanor and Labori Krass in their gorgeous home, which
back in more park than lawn.
Back in their beautiful Hardee rd. home are Helen >nd G.r
Chartkof after Hendersonville. "*
Mitchell Mandler
baby brother. Jeflrev
^r.enc(,K^n the Bernard Mand
from m S ,hC T arnval h0
rom Mt. Sinai Tuesday. D^inK
grandparents are Ben and ( la "J
Sa, L0,' M'ami' and -5
Nat Smolowitz. New York City.
r.rr KmKn
Hit* gfi,
Mrs. Mark Gaejyaj'
Gooclkinds Will
Live in lialtiniS
Honeymoon trip to _
Iwed the Aug 1 weddinjUJ
Simmons Goldstein and u
Goodkind in Atlanta Thei
and dinner dance (uIIom
place at the Mayfour ChV
Kabbi Kmanuel Feldasj
formed the eeremon;.
The bridegroom is n
and Mrs Sampson M.
76 nd at, Miami Beach. 1|3
is daughter of Mr and HJ
H. Goldstein of Atlanu.
The bride, wearing 11
wedding gown of chaotjfl
and tiered veil of illu-WT
ing from a lace Juliet
given in marriage by he]
She carried a whit?
white orchids and lilies oil
ley.
The pearls -he wore ital
from her bridegroom.
Mrs. Walter Hirschlwil
lanta. was matron of hotel
Klaus W Nordmeyer, tkj
groom's si-ter from Nortfef
and Mrs Theodore Franhu
lanta. were hndesmatrotii
They won \\alt7-leh|tl|
the teal blue crystalet
Klaus \\ Ninlmeyer
brother in law's tx-st man
Julius Cavalier, of
S (.'. and Sidne) (IreensaaJ
ami Beach u-hered
The couple will live in I
after Sept I The bnd
affiliated with Glenn!
craft
Katzniiins lU'vcalj
Elisc's Ik'trolhalj
Mr. and Mr- Jacob
, 3122 Pinetree dr. annouaul
i gagement of their daughlM
| to Jack Krati-h -inolr
Mrs. Julius Kratish, 2SJ1
| ave.
Miss Katzman b
the Barnard School lor I
New York City and all
Cornell University beforel
ring to the I niversib: f'
She is a ni.'inber of S
Tau and the Miami Be*|
Hadassah
Mr. Kratish ia a -
Miam Beach High School!
attended the Inivenallfl
He is a member ot l'hir
and is presentlj a-'0"'
Eagle Dinks and WareM
The youni couple J
the Universit) of Munu.T
marr.e hotel
I'ruins Mark
25th AnnivcrsaJ
Saturday nieht. A* rJ
special occa lorSii
Joseph I rain ol **l^yi
when the) rdebrated
wedding annivcrsan *l
given for them at the"2
daughter Mrs JkK .'b-
SW 59th ave. Mianu.
Attending the afW
and Mrs. tram's oa-
aon-inlaw and their
fiancee. Among otberi
Mrs. UtWB'i three JJJ
husbands from i1**!
am', brother and "
leah The trams "^
her* aince 1943 wdjl
the Jewelry business


feeptembOTJLJjjgj-

PAGE 7 K
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1\
Gene Troop
H. Howard C. $ti
Kaff Becomes
[toward Stein
iNalf and Howard C. Stein
wedding vows Sunday,
[at Lincoln Manor.
fcaakoi i; >-cnberg and
lelcnur ofliciated at the
"ppti.il ceremony.
|do i- the daughter o( Mrs.
541 SW 7th st. Mr.
kother. Mrs Rose Stein.
of Miami, now resides in
T
aft selected a gown o
lace and nylon tulle. The
cr basque featured a row
t. Queen Anne collar and
llccM- The floor-length
^kirl was encircled by a
Jace appli')t'>' and ribbon-
rider) Her illusion veil
[a crown of chantilly lace
I trim.
lie Urand of cultured
ft of the Broom's mother,
pnly jewelry worn. She
white Bible with white
nd carnations. .
Ihirley N;i11 was her sis-
ol honor She wore
krystalel arid carried a
pnuqucl ol carnations.
Kcstenhaum, recently
|fr(ini i ,- tee, was in
the i book.
ol Los An-
red as his cousin's best
p I' was ring bear-
lond Al rams and Lee
ered
Jn re< i Bachelor
I1 'he Univer-
liami II is fraternity is
Bpha He i> president of
pch Masada. He is also
|"t Knights of Pythias.
Hoo al Lincoln Manor
Ihe cen mony. After the
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Birthday Fetes
Ben Minenberg
A party Sunday evening celebrat-
ed the 71st birthday of veteran Mi-
amian and Labor Zionist leader
Ben Minenberg.
Minenberg was one of the first
officials of the Keren Hayesod in
America, one of the founders of
the Labor Zionist Organization of
America and the Labor Zionist
Press.
The party was given by Mr. and
Mrs. S. Lerner at their home at
1304 Euclid ave., Miami Beach.
Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Swartz, 1860 SW 14th
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday, Sept. 3. at
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. The Bar Mitz-
vah attends Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School and the reli-
gious school of the Miami He-
brew School. He will conduct
services and address the
congregation. Rabbi Simon
April will officiate.
Thorpe, Franco
To Resume Studies
The Algiers hotel on Sundav,
Aug. 28, was the scene of a 12:80
pm. WVddtng between Iris Thorpe
daughter of Dr. and Mrs Berlr in
J. Thorpe. 1025 West 47th st Mi-
ami Beach, and Daniel Ra'ph
Franco, son of Mr. and Mrs Siman-
to Franco. Montgomery, Ala. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El, officiated.
Best man was Herman Franco,
brother of the groom. Matron of
honor was Mrs. I>on Golinskv
ter of the groom, from Mon'
ery. Ushers included Loon Colin-
sky. Edward Ffanco, Raymond Ber-
lin and Jay Thorpe.
Bridesmatron was Mrs. Howard
Katzen. with Beverly Shapiro and
Janice Klein bridesmaids. Flower
girl was Caren Cline. cousin of the
bride. Mrs. I^eonard Trieste/ was
in charge of the guest book.
Mrs. Sophie Tropauer. paternal
grandmother of the bride, flew in
from New York to attend her
granddaughter's wedding.
The bride wore a chalk-white
gown of French imported lace
mounted over shell pink and white
net and shell pink Duchess satin.
The moulded, princess line of the
bodice was outlined with a border
of iridescent sequins and seed
pearls, dipped to a deep "V" con-
tour in the back. The skirt, taper-
ed from ankle-length in the front
to floor-length in the back, was a
series of shell-shaped tiers caught
up with tiny flower clusters of iri-
descent sequins and seed pearls.
The same design motif was re-
peated in the bride's headpiece
from which flowed a four-tier
fingertip French illusion veil. The
bride's ensembel was especially de-
signed for her by Frances Jackson,
cousin of the bride, who is the
custom designer for Sada Sacks
of New York.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Alabama, where
she was vice president of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority. At present,
she is attending the Dental Hy-
giene School of the University of
Alabama Medical Center in Bir-
mingham.
The groom received his BS de-
gree at the University of Alabama,
where he was president of Kappa
Nu fraternity. Alpha Epsilon Delta
pic medical and dental honorary
and Scabbard and Blade military
honorary. He is presently attend-
ing dental school in Birmingham.
where he is a member of Xi Psi
Phi dental fraternity.
After an extended honeymoon,
the couple are returning to Bir-
mingham, where they will com-
plete their schooling.
Judy-Ann Horn
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Markinson
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Juddy-Ann, at Ilercy Hospital
on Aug. 27. Mrs. Markinson is the
former Dorothy Pepper, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, pi-
oneer Miamians. The new arrival's
great grandfather is'Mr. A. Pep-
per.
the package and placed the ring
on Fran's finger for Bill.
Fran, a native Miamian, gradu-
ated from Miami Senior High,
where she was a majorette and a
member of Phi Sigma Tau Coun-
cil. She attended the University of
Florida, where she met her fiance.
She is now working at Dade Fed-
eral Savings & Loan Association.
Lt. Kahn, a Miami Senior High
graduate, also graduated from the
University of Florida, where he
received his degree in electrical
engineering. His fraternity is Pi
! Lamda Phil. He was project engi-
neer in the recent atomic energy
tests in Nevada and is now sta-
tioned at Lackland Air Force Base
in San Antonio, Tex.
A Dec. 25 wedding is being plan-
ned by the couple.
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Fran's Engagement,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spector. 1022
SW 12th st., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Frances
Ann. to Lt. William J. Kahn, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernett W. Kahn.
of Whitestone, Long Island. N.Y.
She is the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dock.
Bill, being in Texas, could not
present his bride-elect her ring
personally. Arrangements were
made with Fran's aunt. Mrs. Harry
Buan. to receive the ring which
came by mail and secretly to hide
it. A phone call came for Fran
from Bill, and he directed Fran
to look for a package nearby.
Too happy and excited to open
the package, Fran's cousin. An-
nette Buan. whose engagement was
recently announced, helped open
Levines Celebrate
15th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Levine,
of 460 SW 11th ave., this week
marked their 15th wedding anni-
versity.
The couple were married in 1940
on Aug. 25. Helping them cele-
brate the occasion were their son,
Norman, and daughter, Flora.
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Miss Kordon Chooses Imported
Chantilly Gown for Sunday Rites
The double ring ceremony which .me. Her jjw W J* "
vrited Miss Rons Kordon and Mr. match her gown h
Stanley Rosenblum in marriage, ^f^^g^ff "rf Jim.
v is held at 7 p.m. in the Crystal illusion netting itn peari
ml, thP Sans Souci hotel on She carried Pro white orchid- Will
da Aug ?7 S, Max Sha-, hh-oMhe *ltey on ~J
"Siciated. The rings used in an Ivory mgjgk "J*3
,eremony were made hy the given to t"Vj*J ** *
;:: k^ is the *** ^ t-:r:"
- and Mrs. Aaron Kordon. 130 f-pen'o "c .
31st ct. The grooms parent.- Dinnaay.
are Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenblum. After two-weak honeymoon
DDrexelave. Mr. Kordon save tri|, New Orleans, the couple
hi daughter in marriage. will be at home al 515 loth st .
Best man was the groom's uncle. Miami Beach.
Meyer Forman, who flew in for >p),e bride graduated from Miami
wedding from Hartford. Conn Sl.,,,,. Uv_-\} where she was a mem
,1 of honor was the bride's con ^ ()|. T.u| A|pha ,,.. pre-
Hiss Lynn I.e Vine, who wore i(j(i|it (1| 1ht, uKin,i Jewish Commu-
a pale blue net gown appliqued ^ Center Youth Council she al-
with white lace on the bodice Her
quet was a cascade ol pink
- and pale pink ribbon trim:
llowed throughout the
re processional. Matron ot bon-
. | was Mrs Marvin Momlre-. also
ridi who wi
,1 in a light aqua net, ball*
Liss, Moskovitz
Plan .June Rites
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Lias, SIS
South Miami ave. are announcing
the engagement of their daughter.
Helen Harriet, to Perry Wesley
Moskovitz
They met at the University of
Miami next June.
Alabama and will be married in
Mi- Li- was graduated from
Miami Senior High School. Her
-orority is Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr Moskovitz is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Ben Moskovitz, Nashville,
Tcnn He attended high school in
Nashville.
K(hvi"'<| Jan!
Mr and Mrs Jo*,*,
Long Beachu lT
engagement of JJ
Anita Iri- ,0 F "* flj
8818 H.wthJ^^'U.
He is son of Mrs nw
of Surfside. and JJJm
New York DrT1*
Miss Shankev a a *|
the Universit> 0f Mu^TH
nujjd with AiphTy
aorority she ,s,\J*?*\
Beach High School"*
Her fiance is a UIJ i
50 attended the Iniver-itv ol Klor-
ted from
Miami Beach Si nior Hi h, and
the University ol Miami with
a B \ degrei In Enj lish He
ed in the Dental I orps
Medical Corp- for one year and is
I red in a light aqua net, ba current!) connected with a
gth -own and carried the -ame liht,v .{ r> Lincoln rd Miami
quet. Beach
lie bridesmaid Miss Carole______________________
auve tulle gown and can Community Singers to meer
Junior bri
,1 Miss Lynn Beth Kordon sis
ot the bl
Mrs. Sfoniey RoienWum
WMMM
Perk up with c:-
Thursda) even ng Sepl R
, Miami Beach I ommunitj Singers
>' '*" !' en theii
5
olonial type bouquet ol pink
,. iby's breath
Ushers wen Martin U'oolii B ir
cousins ol
i, >. '''
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I
with a meeting in the
ol the Mian
(enter Ben Vomen
ot tin group, and Mrs Yemen,
ning several im-
lions for
the
Iu, tirilj, re an import I ranos and altos are in
I r< nch illusion vjted ti
. .. i
attend the prelin

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conditions which the Israel Gov>
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it would be foolish to rejet I
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virtue that it bring! breath ot
fresh air and common sense to a
-i t ol problems thai badlj need
solution it warned that if this
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PAGE 9 A
3*

Ickowitz, son of Mr.
is. Philip Ickowitz, will
Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
Sept. 3, at Betb El Syn-
Rabbi Shmaryahu
will officiate. Isaac
Ada Merrit Junior
:hool and has been a
at Beth E! Hebrew
| lor three years. There
a reception at the
home on Sunday af-
in honor of the Bar
*n
A. Flaste, son of Mr.
is. Irving Flaste. 945
48th st., will become
Stzvah Saturday, Sep-
3, at Temple Beth
. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Richard, a stu-
Beth Shalom religious
is in ihe eighth grade
Jutilus Junior High
v
Uen Morse, son of Mr.
Is- Ray Morse. 9048
ave.. will become
zvah during Saturday
! Sept. 3, at the North
Center. Rabbi
J ftkramowitz will offi-
[Jck is a 8tudent at
School, where he is
'he eighth grade.
^ds the North Shore
Centex religiou.
Mddush wUl follow
and a reception will
I on Saturday evening
^vereign hotel.
Ira Pozen Will
Be Biir Mitzviih
Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Pozen. will become Bar Mitzvah at
Saturday services of Beth David
Synagogue, conducted by Rabbi
Yaakov G Rosenborg.
Ira is an eighth grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High School
and is a member of the school
choir. He has attended Beth Da-
vid religious school for the past
seven years, is active in the Belli
David Bowling League, Cotillion
and Boy Scouts,
Coming from Detroit for the or
casion are Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Hclfman and family. Mrs Helfman
is former president of Adas Shol-
om Sisterhood and chairman of the
Women's Division, Bonds for Is-
rael, State of Michigan.
Also attending will be grandpar-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helfman,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Helfman, Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Helfman, Mr. and
Mrs. George Kollcnberg, Mr.
Charles Helfman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Lupovitch, Mr. and Mrs. Maury
Shacket, Mrs. Sam Goldendaugh-
ter, Mrs. Gary Wolfe and son, Mr.'
and Mrs. Katzman, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Finer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mil-
ler and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Po-
zen. All arc from Detroit.
Mr. and- Mrs. Irving Rubin, Mt.
( leniens, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Mulne. Flint, Mich.
On Sunday, the Pozens will be
iMMtfl to invited guettl at a dinner
in the Fontainehleau hotel.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30. Rabbi Isaac Lercr
will preach on the topic: Man in
the Spiritual World." Saturday
morning services arc at !> William
(Mien will become Car Mitzvah.
Hincha is at 6 p.m.. preceded DJ I
class in Talmud.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:15. Saturday
morning services are at 9 Rabbi
Isaac Ever will officiate, with (. an-
tor Fishel I.utman rendering the
nuiMc.il portions ol the liturgy.
Mincha will be at 630 followed
bj Maariv. Dailj services are at 8
a.m. and 6:30 pm With Sunday
morning services at 9

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday ever,
ic al 6 30 Saturdaj mon
_'$. Candleliffhtinfflime
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:19 Kahhi Morris Skop will
discuss Facing Disappointment-
in Life." Saturday morning sen-
are at 9:45. Martin, son ol Mr-
Bertha Kortt. '" become Bar
Mitrvah Mrs. Kurtz will b* hoat-
, -- .it Kiddush.
*
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening
at 6 30 Saturday morning -ci
are at 9. Rabbi Alfred Waxmu will
preach on the Weeklj Portion
cha is at 6 p.m.. loll. dis-
course on Ethics ol the Fathers
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE "ill
hold Fri
i) morn
,,,, a. 8:15 Rabb. Henry OkoUcj
will preach on the topic. UbOT
gjJ (,,or Maurice Neu will
Snder the musical portion- of the
Surgy. with Lucille >''M,rt' d,rcct.
tDC choir Saturday
services are at 9 am Daily
1C, vwll be at 7 P m.
morning
en
HI
Abramowitz will '< '''ck-
son ol Mr bi I Mrs Ray N
Mr and Mrs
me Bar Miti
ird Klein will ren-
der the musical portions of the
litui i S union is
sched ill "Our Modern
Youl
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
: Friday evei
5, with Rabbi Leon K:
ficii >' morn
al 10 45. Richard, -on ol
and Mr- Irving, Fla-te. will be
e Bar Mitzvah Cantor Samuel
Ki temer will render the musical
:- oi the lit..
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services
-un-ct Saturday morning sen i
are al B:30 Rabbi B I-cun Hurwitz
will preach on the topic "The
Promi-e.l Land." Rev. Rmi.
Brill will render the mu-ical por-
tions of the liturgy
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will bold
Friday evening services at ti ;t"
Saturday morning -ervice- are at
8 30 Rabbi Morton Malavsk) will
officiate and discuss the Weekly
Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow
will render the mu-ical portion
the liturgy. Evening -er\ice- art
: .1 lowed by Shalo-
Dailj will be at 8 am and
15 minutes fore sundown
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION y ning
en '." -. irday mon
sen Rabbi Louis I
mar. te and discus:
At
Ethi Fathen Daily
ice -
Elul IS 6:19 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI of Holly*
will hold Fr.da> evening MTVICM
, p Rabbl David Shapiro will
discuss: "Habits and Character
yehudah Heilbraum will
render the musical DOltiona o the
hturgj Mr- Yetta Lefk-w will be
host at theOneg Shabbal following
in honor ol her -on. Edward, who
wi,l Bar Mitzvah during
. morning -.nice- at 9.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Fridaj
. .,. mg servicei al B:80 Rabbi
,ham H.r-on will discuss
Know Your God Mr and Mrs
i Gitlen will be hosts at the ,
Bbbal in honor of their |
31st wedding am Satur- j
ten ici are al 0 Sub
,,, ^e sermon is scheduled
i ting Monuments to the
Livii

hi ami m imiw iSeT
ilti S.w. lzth avenue. Miami
MOOt
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wil l OOMD1
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The Officers and Board Members af
I (Cmtjwgatimt ^cth j
ii
are at 8.43 Rabbi Y H -en
berg will officiate It I Mr
and Mr- S will be
ie Bar Mitzvah Class ;n Ethics
of the Father- will be held at 5 45
Dail are at 7:30 I ni and
6 30 p m.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
v,.rv p m Saturday morn-
are at 8 30. Rabbi Jo-
nah I plan will officiate and
preach on the topic: -The Jo> of
Being Anti-Religious." tantor
ham Sell will render the
musical portion- of the liturgy
Class in Ethics of the Father- la
45 p m Mincha will be at 6:30.
Daily services are at 8 a.m. and
tj 15 p.m.
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA
tion will hold Fridaj evening
services at 7 p.m. Saturdaj morn-
ces are at 8 30 Rabbi
Arie Becker will preach on the ., _. ...
trie The Mute Testimony of U.S. to Disregard Opposition
stom in Taimu.i ,- at 8 By AraD$ to Johnston Visit
am. immediately before cervices '
Class in Fth.cs of the Father- ill WASHINGTON (JTA) State
be at 6 p.m followed by Shalos Department sourc-- 1
lew ll"-t- will l>e Mr. and Mrs
ph Schwartz.
>
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
-en ices at 7 30. Herbert Buch-
wald will officiate, a^-i-ted by the
choir Kiddu-h will follow Satur
da) morning -ervice- are at 9:30
0
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
the rumor that the Jordan Govern-
ment will ask President F.i^enhow-
er's special envoy to the Middle
East, Fnc Johnston, to again post
pone his visit to the region until
September, "a straw in the wind."
According to State Department
source-. Ambassador Johnston is
determined to arrive in the Arab-
I-rail area to present the Ameri-
can-spoiTsored regional water
scheme He will visit the Arab
states fir-t and then Israel.
The P'fmtr Canareaafian an Miami letci
301411 WASHINGTON AVENUE
mmmk* that
reierirafiaai m* baiai lake* far
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
IN BOTH STNAGOCUIS COMFORTABIT All CONOfTUffj]
Caaa'aef ed ay
Ot. TNIOt N. STUN, Rabbi
IIV. MAUtKE MAMKHES, Cant*
Treditianal Servkas kataaative Readinai ia Uaia
SEIICHOSS SATUiDAT, SEPTEMBER 10th AT M!INKn
eaister Yaar Child hi Oar Nafcrcw aaa Saaday MmI -II
(*W'W^.>'WWW*l.<-'W*WlWWW^
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
ANNOUNCES
THE COMPLETION OF AN ADDITIONAL AUDITORIUM
AND .7S HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
FOR REFORM JEWISH WORSHIP
TWO
AND
Jackson Unveiling
s

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Rv M

Gelfner Unveiling
' ent
''
8AMI EL CELTNER
formerly of
1780 S.W Jth S
fill take place
I BE* -Jim
.
Mr. Sinai Memorial Park
Cl Ml n ry
Mr Geltncr ii survived by
wife. Bertie; three ions, Bernard
B.. of Chicaco. Herbert B. and
Barry M : and daughter, Sara
Mae: also a sister. Rose, of
Chicago. Arrangement- are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Fnend and
Relative- arc a-ked to attend.
SERVICES IN THE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM
NEW AUDITORIUM TO BE CONDUCTED
BY
DR. JOSEPH R. NAR0T
Cs-_ JACOI Brs-
s j c
Torah Temple
1254 WIST AVINtK, Ail AMI IfACH, FINU
llll.IE HOLMDAY SKIlVIll
,1 ffc fceaafir.l aaa air-eaarfitiaaea
llihisi-us Audilorium
10tk STREET aaa ALTON IOAD, MIAMI lEAfJ
Saatt Maaarat.ly Priced
MBaMaJI
CANTOt JOSEPH W. MALIK RABBI LOUIS A. I
RANI AIIAHAM M. CASSEl
Moke yaar reicrvotiaat naw by talliao Ji HOSt e|
T mple OHka, 1J04 West Aaaue, Miami InWl
DR. MAURICE N. EISENDRATH
-nion or < WO s
- so Cmoim
Cs
llnfermolion cboul Ttmp'e Membership end Hiqh Holy Day orfendor.ee,
*t the Office:
137 N.E. 19th Street
PHONE 91757
Doily between 9 o.m. and S p.m.
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Beth Raphael Congregation
(formerly Downtown Synagogue)
139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE. MIAMI
*'E AMJS2f2.3 AK WATWi HAVI
ENGAGED THE TO lR
'5RAEI KELEMER
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
RABBI ARIE BECKER
NV.I-L DELIVER MIS .N.Pm.v. AMMMrRr,T1N(; spRu
TICKETS FOR SEATS 13......lJ$;.
Available Daily friim 1 a m. ,., J P m. -nj p m_
at the Above Addrew
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rHADmONAL CONHKVAWl
JEWISH CBKT0
44 Zamora Avenue
Coral Gables
NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS
for
HIGH HWY DAY SERVICES
In Our Completely Air Condii
Center
Uniform Prayer Bocks edited by fk M*%'
distributed f oil worship?'"
Skull Cops and Sonke TW*
distributed to Oil worship***
Rabbi B. Uo Hvrwiti j
Cantor Rodolph Brill
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HI H
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[ September 2, 1
1955

"WU
&0M
(Mi i I u n r i c s
JOSEPH DAVIS
6. of 5771 S\V 71 h st p.iHMe.l ;iw.,\
Aim 2J in Puerto hi. o H< la nil
vtved b) in wife, norm; ona wu
Jerry; ; daughter, Phyllis; one Brand-
dausjhter, one brothei and rou
tern. M I \ I. I .\ III! 13 .11 I he
MlHini Rlveralde, nh Interment in
Mt. .N'.l.o i '.met. ry.
/ iflaA.5/,UDOLPH "OSES j
'HjfWiSmi 8w IStt .-! Mind avlay
Aue IB iii local hospital, lip' |M
survived bj iii- dauchti i. Mi. i:.
Cole, one prandaon, Joseph, and two
kimimI.TjuihIh. i > Hervlci Alia
the Miami Riverside, with Inter-
lent in Mt. Nebo <" in, I, i>.
MRS. JENNIE TATZ
TV H i.-i'ient hcii- in .warn, dii| Auk.
M at her borne, MM Ocean i. sin-
leaves dauffhter, lira Rose Teller,
Miami Beach, anil mIx eona, Service*
ami iniii.il were In Brooklyn, with
Riverside Memorial Chapel In hHi'K<-
uf arrangements.
yJmiltlkrMian
PAGE 11 A
:yman, of 5456 La-
x Miami Beach., well
philanthropist, was
sday elected chair-
; the new membership
500 currently under
Agudath Israel He-
Lnstitute, David Her-
Tpresident, revealed.
co-chairman is Nat
o, of 1905 Calais dr.,
esident of Agudath Is-
SAMUEL KAT2
77. of US Bw I ih aw .i pi
pocketbooh maker, \rho came hen (Is
roars tga from New York otty, died
Aug. M. He leaves two ions. Joseph,
Miami, ami Phil, New Fork; three
daughter*. Mrs. Otorla Margolin, Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs, Tcn> Hummel, Mi-
ami, and Rose, New York. Bervlcea
and burial were In New York, with
i Memorial <"hH|el in charge of
arrangements.
RAYMOND BAIN
:.*. of r.ii sw loth at., owner of a food
prodni ( business and a resilient lit if
kO viaij, coming from Montgomery,
Ala died Auk ;n. II,. leaves hla wife.
( ionn.c; two daughters, itonnie inn
and Inns Ituth. Imth Of Miami; a
brother. Morris, Coral Gables; ami a
sister, Services were Aug. 2.". In >I.ik-
ler Funeral Chapel under the direc-
tion of item h Memorial chapel >wlth
Interment in Mt. Nebo Cemeterx
|ense Group Hits
Bands in Tunis
it \ U wish sclf-de-
|up- here n puised several
oslems who made
i attack the
larter here. One
man wounded dur-
bash. There were few
i but I he Jew- or-
peir awn resistance forces
ceded in dispersing1 the
MRS. MOLLIE LtVIN
7". of 73!.i Carlisle ave died Aug. 2.1.
Horvtces wars Aua. :'4 In Miami Beach
Riverside Memorial Chapel, with bur-
ial in Mt Nebo Cemetery.
LOUIS CHERNIN
i7. of Mt i'.nidi.i ave. Coral flshles,
died hei Hi i \ Ices n sn in I
Kuiieral Home Aug It, with
inent in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. BEATRICE SEIDEN
I, of i:ui North Mlchlaan ave., died
Auk. :'I [the leaves her husband, Her-
nard, Miami Bi s< h, four sisti
< ludiiiK Ml Ml n Hteward and Mrs.
Julia Mots, also of .Mm ml Reach. Herv-
n B
I "hain I. W It I) b^l lal ill Mt N't b., I "ell le -
THEODORE L. STERN
71, of 67S .--. mill Slim e dr .
11 Impoi tor, died A at -"' He
came here wven ytsacs ago from \.
Yoik. lb hi- klater-ll
\ii~ Stella Stern, and s niece, Helen,
both of Miami Beach. Be vlcei were
Auk. -I In Kiverttlde Ml in, i.il Chanel,
:n:n naiB rutr?
[s/i/'p in Fully Air-Conditioned Comfort During the
llllull HOLY DAYS
)R THE FIRST TIME IN THE COMPLETE BEAUTIFUL
NEW EDIFICE OF THE
idath Israel Hebrew Institute
IRIYIE AVENUE
CONDUCTED BY:
MIAMI BEACH
S-
ISAAC HIRSH EVER CANTOR FISHELE LUTMAN
rand Spiritual Leader Young Israeli Liturgical Artist
Assisted by Choir
'' Token Doily at Hi* Office-**. UN 6-Stt* or UN 6-120*
|Ual "'"^benhip Fee of 12900 Entitles Member to One Admission
Ticket for Imprsssivo sntf Dignified Services
"tCHOS-SATUIDAY. SIFT. 10th, 12:00 MIDNIGHT
[ '"'tionai Progressive School with Self -Expressive Educstion
IT01"1" VUR SON OR OAUOHTER IN OUR HEBREW
AND SUNDAY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL. Elementary. Inter-
na Advanced Children. Ages from 4 to 10- School Starts Sep-
3.30 p.m.
rmon. President Judge Chsrles Oertler, Chsirmsn of Board
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd st
Phone MO 1-8201
'*W4'*W'W'W*WAm'W'W*W''iW*W'W'
Miami Beach, with Interment in Kaur-
! i MatnortaJ park.
, MR8 SOPHIE ROTH
p. ... lit Oollln ave., died Ani
New 'v"h' '"
"' i.duar.i. Miami beach, and i:,:
No* York; ., emiiaW
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
ah i nai i.i: photo h itoioh i
m- wth s.,e.,. mi.........,,;.',!
'" "Sid name with the
,',!::;,:;""" Co < ""
DAVID M. SSrSlV*- ** ........
Atti rn. Fni Applli snl
'i Bl* ai m kiiIk
im ?TISfLPV PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 1S2S44
LOUISE BWEftNET, Plaintiff
I'dix^K BWBKNBY, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN V SWKKNKY
ISIS Pleasant Avenue
Union City, New Jersey
TOJJ are her. by notified that .1 Kill
' complaint for Divorce baa boon
iibii ssralnsl you, mid you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of four Answer or
1 i.a.iinif to the inn .,f Complaint on
the piainiiffs Attorney, MILTON II
RICHMOND, 1 Lincoln lb.ad Build-
Ins. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the orlclnal Answer or Fieadlna !n the
Office of the Clerk of the Cir.uit
Court on or before lbs Ird da) ..f
i>.t,.|..r. ItSS. If you fail to di
tu.lKm.nt by default Will be taken
aaalnst you for the relief demanded
in the inn of Complaint,
This notice shall be published OtlCS
each Week for four Consecutive Weeks
In THE JEWIKH I-1.01:11 >l\\
DONE \M> ORDERED at Miami,
Klorl la, thla !th daj of Ausust, 1955
E B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
1 ktde '"ount\. F|oi Ida
lt\ R. II RICE, lit
circuit Court S'-.,i Deputy Cl< ik
1-9-K-21
Htriv- frefatfenr, Lonaj Island) N. i m it'nerside Memi.oai 'Chatssl, m I
Hid i-i, ,. MJsa Minnie Itothfleld. IScH.h, with burial in VVoodlawn
.-'... vl.e- u 11 \ DC, IS ''>. i I Pal
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 132753
CHARLOTTE IRIS BCNIS, Plaintiff,
\ a
ROBERT >i\:< IROE Bl'NIrt,
1 lefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< I Ri iBERT (JE< IROE IH'NIS
i Drug 1 'ompanj.
I. 1 In 1.. pai t men)
lalmoulh. Mai -.n bu
f. are hen by notlfli .1 thai .1 Bill
of Complain! f..r Divorce has
filed asslnsl )ou. ami you an reo
. i oj,\ of youi Ansv
Pleadlna to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, NORMAN II
OOLD8TEIN, 1 Lincoln Road Build-
pii;. Mi. in, i Beach, lloiida. and fib- the
orlslnal Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court
on or .before the Ird daj of October,
If you fail to do so, ludffmenl
by default "ill be taken scalnst you
for the r.ii.f demanded in the mil
..f Complaint.
This notiee shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH Kl.olti I n A N
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this tStfa da) of AiiKUat, A.P.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark, Clrcull court.
I 'a.le County. Clorlda
By It. II. RICE, Jll.
(Circuit Court Seal) l'.|iiitv Clerk
I L'-'.-16-L'T
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 33766-B
RE ESTATE (>K
JACOB W. SI EG EL. also known as
JACOB WOLF BIEOEL, also known
a- I W. HI EG EL, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Klnal DISCharfM .i Adnilnlstrator of
tiie estate of JACOB W BIEOEL, al-
so known as JAColl WOLF BIEOEL,
also known as .1. \V. SIKOEL, deceas-
ed; and that OO the IH day of Bop-
teinix r. IS6S, I will apply to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Hade I'ounty,
Florida, for approval ..1 said final
report and for final discharge ..^ Ad-
ministrator ol the Estate ol JACOB
W. SIEGEL, also known n JACOB
WOLF HIEGEL .!-" known as J. W
SIEGEL, deceased.
Tins !>'. day of August. ItSS,
CARL W HIEGEL,
\. administrator i.f the
Estate of
JACOB W BIEOEL,
also known us
.1 \.oi; WOLF SIEOEL,
also known as
.1 W. SIEOEL, Deceased
MY KKS. II KIM AN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
- If-JJ I J-v
rMin %rs vou .
'in- onenff the rriarty Unaffiliafcrt rtsident* of Grt^CT Miami, or
one of the new families 'now streaming into our community.
Tfreth IWib .(Cnityrc^ation
2625 SW. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Miami's Oldest Conservative Synagogue
cordially invites you to join our Congregational Family.
MKMBKRSHIP includes seats for High Holy Day Services.
Religious Services all year. Religious School and other activities
Rhl.IGIOl'S SCHOOL provides an excellent educational program
for children from Nursery and Kindergarten through Bar Mitzvah
and Confirmation, geared to make them well integrated American
Jews.
ACTIVITIES for young and old include: Institute of Adult Jewish
Studies, Sisterhood, Men's Club. United Synagogue Youth and
Young Peoples League, Cotillion and Scouting.
FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 82-4795
TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH
COMMUNITY OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
Yoohov G. Rosenberg, Rabbi Herbert E. Scher, President
AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
''W'W'WA-r'W'W'W'Ue'V
n^nnn
?enn wi ruin ?n jnoty?
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Moderately Air Conditioned, Beautiful Synagogue
935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-1521
ANNOUNCES
that the office is open daily until
10 p.m. for those who wish to
reserve or take their seats, for
the coming High Holiday Season
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACK0VSKY
WILL CONDUCT SERVICES AND DELIVER
THE SERMONS
AND WILL CHANT THE SLICHOS SATURDAY NIGHT
(Sun. 1 a.M.) September 10th
Israel Diamond, President
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
Cordially Invites Tow To Attend"
High Holy Day Services
at our Temple
320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAL GARLES
Conducted by
RAID MORRIS A. SK0P
and
CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON
sssisfed by
THE CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR
Air-Conditioned for Your Comfort
For Information Please Call HI 8 8073
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North Shore Jewish Center
The Conservative Synagogue in the North Shore Area
Cordially invites you to attend
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
620 75th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Conducted by RABBI MAYER ABRAM0WITZ and CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
Assists*! by the North Shore Jewish Center Choir
under the direction of Eli Samuels
Air Cons'itisned for Year Comfort 'The Office Open Daily from t a.m. to 10 p.m.
FOR INFORMATION CALL UN 6-0221


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FOOD FAIR EXTENDS TO YOU A CORDIAL W&COME
TO ITS THREE NEW
APPETIZER DEPTS
(NEW YORK STYLE)
Located in the Food Fair Stores at:
7410 Collins Ave.
1845 Alton Road
2055 S. W. 22nd St.
Miami
Beach
Miami
Beach
Coral
Way
Featuring a full variety of Tempting
foods delivered fresh daily!
Smoked Fish Luncheon Meats
Corned Beef Lox Novie
Genuine Lake Sturgeon Salads
CHICKEN ROASTED ON PREMISES AT THE TWO MIAMI
BEACH STORES ONLY


WHAT Of DAY
1001 MOVEMENT?
MIAMI. FLORIDA
lewiisltUBoipidlJIaHR
Friday, September 2, 1955
SECTION B
THE WRITINGS OF
SHOLEM ASCH REVIEWED
jomic Development is Israel's Major Concern Today
lYORK "The number one
, people >f Israel,
[border incidents and the
, Mih Egypt, b eco-
tpansion and stability.'" Dr.
artz, vice president
fcutive head of the Israel
y. ization, declared this
flowing his return from
with Israel Govern-
B'lt r-
Ehwartz, who assumed di-
nt the State of Israel Bond
in the United States and
Is ol the free world last
Id thai "although the re-
, reflect various divi-
[political opinion, there is
nou- feeling in Israel re-
in that State of Is-
idv .in vital to the sound
Dl Israel's economy."
mc week survey vi-.it
Dr Schwartz conferred
ne Minister Moshe Shar-
bise Minister David Beit-
inil Fin.nice Minister Levi
oi' 'in program for the
ni sales of Israel Bonds
|ve made available more
D.ihiii.immi for economic de-
|it during the past four
hi' Israel Bond leader also
President Itzhak Ben Zvi.
ng for myself some
incipal economic enter-
;it have been developed
| i Israel Bond funds.
Ily understand why pub-
i in Im i- so strongly
with their importance
lg up the country,*' Dr.
i red
I" Israel, l>r. Schwartz
rences with Euro-
Ihe (.unpaign for
of Israel Bondl in Hol-
lium and Switzerland.
Me of Israel Bond cam-
launch its peak activity
K a national mobilization
which will be held in
Dn. D C on Saturday eve-
10, .mil Sunday, Sept.
tour of Europe
. Dr. Schwart! was ac-
bj former State Attor-
iil Nathaniel S. Goldstein
S Green, financial ad-
u State oi Krael.
p ugh we arrived in Is-
dayi following
'": elections, we found
one concern of
Israi I was economic
M." Hi. Israel Bond
I '"'-' to note that
lion campaign
1 achievement
irometer of
but of the
ih" young
P made in the
American aid.
Irael Bond
"'' i States," Dr.
a'lis believe that all oth-
will be brought quick-
f'ution, if the economic
made impregnable.
Itdation oi the country's
"all) regarded as
J l!" single factor in
ife realization of peace
P B'nai B'rith Men, Women Man
Joint Installation Here as Pallot
Is Revealed Principal Speaker
Joint installation banquet of the
B'nai B'rith Council of South Flor-
ida and the B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of South Flrida will be
held Wednesday evening, Sept. 11.
at the Algiers hotel.
E. Albert Pallot. first vice presi-
dent of District Grand Lodge No. 5,
B'nai B'rith, will serve an install-
ing officer and keynote speaker.
Gilbert J. Balkin, director of
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the State of Israel
Bond Organization (right), is shown conferring in Jerusalem
with David Ben-Gurian, first Prime Minister of Israel and father
of the Israel Bond campaign, on plans for the intensive prose-
cution of the bond drive in the United States and other parts
of the free world.
Jewish immigrants who, like the late Dr. Einstein found refuge
in the United States, place a name plague memorializing the
famed scientist on the Honor Wall of United Hias Service, fol-
lowing memorial services in the synagogue of the agency's
world headguarters recently in New York City.
Mrs. Ackerman is Named Member
Of National Overseas Service Group
>r* at Institute
P.vnagogue Youth Group
[Emanu-EI is now being
hj seven of its teen
fr- at a Southeast region
[Training Institute held
fu' Star. Hendersonville.
Mna, from Aug. 24 to
lording to Paul Kwitney.
PVl "r and Temple Eman-
B> leader. Members of
Pe* group are Frank
?"'- Bookcheetor, Lester
V Ronald and Paul Ruth-
T Shapiro and Leslie
1,(1 trip has been made
"> sponsor, the Tem-
od.
tee on oversea- service for Nation-
Mrs, .lean C. Lehman, president
of the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
announced Wednesday that Mrs
Leo Ackerman has !>een appointed
a member of the national commit-
B'nai B'rith Plans
Membership Drive
Membership planning session for
the 1955 B'nai B'rith membership
campaign in South Florida will be
held on Wednesday evening. Sept.
14, at the Hotel Algiers, it has
been announced by Gilbert J. Bal-
kin, president of B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida.
Julius Fisher of Roanoke. Va.,
secretary of District Grand Lodge
No. 5. B'nai B'rith, Max N. Kroloff
of Washington. D.C., national
membership director of B'nai
B'rith, and David Gorman, district
membership co-chairman. will
visit Greater Miami to participate
is the session.
George J. Talianoff, president-
elect, Florida State Federation
B'nai B'rith Lodges, has been ap-
pointed general membership chair-
man for the 1955 drive, Balkin an-
nounced.
| al Council of Jewish Wmen.
%frs. Ackerman is an active mem-
ber of the local Section, as well as
'many other community projects
She is mow serving her second term
as president of the Jewish Fam-
ily Service.
She was chairman of the pre-
school blind children project spon-
sored by the local Section of Coun-
cil, which resulted in the inclusion
of blind children in the Dade coun-
ty public school system and in
Council's winning the annual club
award for 1954 give by The Miami
Herald and Station WQAM and an
honorable mention in the Women's
Home Companion for 1954.
Beth David
Reveals New
Registration
Effective Sunday. Aug. 8, Beth
David Congregation religious
school opened its school registra-
tion with a unique system of mail
order registration, which will fa-
cilitate the enrollment of children
from the home, according to
Charles dropper, chairman of the
board of education.
"We belive that this system will
expedite the enrollment of the un-
usually large number of students
anticipated in Beth David religious
school this year with the minimum
amount of paperwork and red-
tape." Cropper said.
Cards of admission and reenroll-
ment are being sent each child. In
order to meet the demands of par-
ents for information about the re-
vised educational program et Beth
David, special orientation periods
have been provided with parents
who will 'meet with Rabbi Yaakov
G. Rosenberg and Isadore Dick-
man, educational director and fac-
ulty, on Sunday.
Students 10 years of age- and
over this year, both boys and girls,
are required to enroll in the He-
brew weekday study program,
which will also convene on Sun-
day mornings. "Children will then
be able to have a more intensive
Jewish educational program, using
only five hours of their lull 168
hour week," Dickman said.
Registration will con t i n ue
throughout the week from 9:30
a.m. until 5 p.m. Hebrew Weekday
School opens Tuesday, Sept. 6, for
all students 16 years of age and
over, and Sunday, Sept. 11, for'
children ages three to nine.
Staff this year la augmented by
Mrs. Malka Robin and will include
Zvi Rosenkrantz and Louis Gadon
as senior instructors Nursery-
Kindergarten Department will be:
staffed by the Mesdames Sarina
Gisnct, and Shaloma Shawmut,
both certified in elementary edu-
cation.
the Florida Region Anti-Defama-
tion League, B'nai B'rith. will be
installed president of the B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida.
Other B'nai B'rith Councl officers
will include Theodore H. Robinson.
Leo Steinman and Jack A. Falk.
vice presidents: Stanley Caiden,
secretary; Milton Sadoff. treasurer;
and Jack Kirschbaum. councilor.
Mrs Gerald P. Soltz will be in-
stalled president of the B'nai
B'rith Women's Council of South
Florida Other officers will include
Mrs Joseph Morgan, first vice
president: Mrs. Peter Glazer. sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Robert
Kopelman,; third vice president;
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, treasurer;
Mrs. Harvey Herman, recording
secretary; Mrs. Irving Laibson, cor-
responding secretary'; Mrs. Joseph
Newman, historian; Miss Minna
Littman, sentinel-guardian; Mrs.
! Bernard Hoffman, councilor; Mrs.
! George Baltuch, parliamentarian.
Jack has been named B'nai
I B'rith Council chairman for the
I banquet, and Mrs. Bernard Hoff-
man will serve in the same ca-
pacity for the Women's Council.
Kramer Named Director
Harold Kramer, former Federal
mediator and executive director of
the former Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice of Miami, has been appointed
Westchester area director of the
American Jewish Committee, it
was announced Tuesday by Richard
Maass. of White Plains, NY.. AJC
Westchester chairman.
Group Makes Mot
Miami Beach Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold its debut function
Sunday evening. Sept. 4, in the
form of an "autumn splash" at the
Roney Plaza hotel pool.
Moie Tendrich
To Resign Post
Moie Tendrich. assistant State
Attorney General in the criminal
appeals division for the past year
and a half, revealed this week that
he will resign Oct. 1 to enter pri-
vate practice in Dade County.
A 1949 graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami Lew School, the at-
torney is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Tendrich, of 747 West ave..
Miami Beach.
He was with the law firm of
Decostas. Maer and Floyd from
early 1949 until he latter part of
September of that year, when he
was called into service with the
U.S. Army for three years.
Tendrich will be associated with
his brother-in-law, Malvin Eng-
ender, now practicing in Miami
Beach.
Miomians Appointed
Efraim H. Gale, Leon Kaplan
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. have been
named to the 1956 biennial nation-
al convention committee of the
National Jewish Welfare Board, it
was announced by Charles Aaron,
Chicago, JWB president. This is
the committee planning JWB's
next covention. to be held at the
Waldorf-Astoria hotel, New York,
April 5 to 8, 1956. The committee
is composed of 100 Jewish commu-
nity leaders from all parts of the
country.


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VARIATION ON THM
Favorite recipe I a"ew
of preparing it with Heinz ketc
Registration Going
On at Peretz School
Registration al the '''
: school. 85 Washii
Beach, has air.
gun Bov. and Girls from th
six to 13 arc being registered every
and Thursday between |
and S p.m. _
i ho I I- PereH School starts
the now semester Monday. v
12 and classes will be held hourly
Monday through Fri
(the you roup 4
,the intermediate group
est group i
, from home to school and
homi is supplied by tne
,1 free ol charge
fhi lewisn ni-
ewish literature and Ian-
Throughoul fistratioi
R ssi. prii cipal. will
The i i Pereti Set
with tl
infant Food Guide
Just Off Press
Rea.h ribution 1
-.is i- a new 40-|
er.t:tld. "A Feeding Guide t"r ..
Health). Happj B..t'> The b
n by the B;.b> Coun
and the N
iboratories ol II J Hi

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ears t

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letting 1
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The last p:
nhere a n
-cord ch,.- : ITOtila.
new
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he ght and teeth There
helpful chart lor re
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Then il -am-
" the i \ Security Council.
ip the Heinz Nutri
-^arch Laborat-rie- Each
mem: has l>een balanced nutr
ng to the >peci(ic
: and Nutrition B
[tonal Re-earch Council
V. attempting to lay
p. any iron-clad nil-
mother should feed her
child: hut we thought that the-e
men ju-t like those
we prepare [or adult-- would be a
handy guide for mea! planning."
Alice Yakulis, Heinz bain counsel-
or. -
Free copies can be had by writ
in "he Baby I nselor. 11
J. Heinz Company Box 57 Pitts-
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Old Noodle Kugel Favorite Wins
Approval: Reason Heinz Ketchup
Nixon Plans to Visit
Near East in Fall
u tSHTNOTON <\N'\S>A good-
will tour of l-rael and the Arab
countries will be made late this
fall by Vice President Kiehard M
Nixon, it was learned here this
It is understood that durinu
In- visits tke Vice President will
attempt to strengthen ties between
(he I'nited States and Israel, on
the one hand, and the I'nited
States and the Arab countries, on
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+Jewlstn*rkfton
iynagogues
>dule Appeals
14 Greater Miami syna-
J and temples already hav-
,edulecl HiKh Holy Day ap-
i in- purchase of State of
Bonds, rabbis and congre-
presidenls looked for-
Us week to Tuesday's report
at the Di Lido Hotel.
luncheon session, at which
and civic leader Ben F.
m will be host, will hear
. report from High Holy
o-chairmen Rabbi Morris
1 Seymour B. Liebman.
j Skop said Wednesday that
[record breaking number of
gtions already enrolled for
nnuiniiv-wide appeals, we
*ard to a substantial in-
thc purchase of Israel
tiis year."
jn cited Israel'a steady ad-
pw.irds economic indepon-
L| (he stability of the new.
cent Development Issue
reasons for an optimistic
[ Skop pointed out that the
i Rabbinical Associa-
arh has endorsed the High
ps campaign for Israel
e said ;i special mailing
be made to congregants
ea
fa lunchen will hear spe-
rts nn ihe current situa-
srael. I.iebman said. Dan-
- chairman.
(I Calendars
[ibuted Here
p exhibit ol the Anti-De-
Li B'nai B'rith,
Democracy," is now on
(he < hildren's Room at
Park, it has been an-
by Gilbert J. Balkin, Flor-
pefani.it inii League direc-
[exhihit will continue to
play through Sept. 24.
|fiir Democracy" depicts
fPersoanages who have
contributions to the
1 of human rights, free-
Pemocracy.
the persons depictted
be authentically prepared
Abraham Lincoln, Chaim
lGeorge Washington Car-
It Prances of Assisi. Dis-
Itli the dnIN are appro-
joks from the children's
ihich provide ready ref-
ktprial and work of per-
lepicted by the dolls.
kibit was prepared by
l Rayfuse, director of the
Ir*""i> at Miami Public
tad Mi>. Priscilla Rosen-
tion director, Anti-De-
eaEue.
)n Due
rr
Wamin Friedman, relig-
Ichaninan. this week an-
tet registration for He-
Sunday school classes
IZanuua Jewish Center
ping Arthur Deutsch.
"airman, also revealed
or the High Holy Days
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Jewish Center is again planning a | chairmar..
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to stimulate family travel to Miami Beach.
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+ l*l*tl*Z^
BOmtS &3MOLAB
U.S. Jewish Community
Owns Vast Resources
Ml kinds of surveys on many
been conducted lately by various 01
communal propert} in this com
aspects oi American Jewish life have
organisations Wh
is no i i ration lo
putting up
a hail a billion
The American
con with the Protestanl community
not very much behind in the erection o

dollars
Jewish community is, of com
ws in this
new buil I
pies. Conservative synagopes. Jewish hospital,
Jewish centers and other Jewish institutt ns. A
KKS P1 up for such Jewish institutions dm
runs into many milUons of dollars Jewish.eei
to be worth 75 million dollars.
\, to sneak of ne synagogue buUdings
SS2SJ |H#2S S
ft A nattional inventory ol J<
pert> in this country should becomea project 1
Sn"engAgg in conducting surveys on American Jewish in.
SAIL 1 \nso\
li.tVfli
.tz
A Perverse People Al^]
Juggles Meaning of \*7(m
Maurice $omu*l
. interesting kaak
All peoples, it leWM, are created
equal, but at the same time thev
I little different, for which
we may be thankful. As the
hman said. "Vive le differ
enee "
What- different about Jews''
-I. Maurice Samuel wrote
nten sting book. "i"he Gen
tleman and the Jew." in which he
to give his idea of the differ
ence.
Jewish -ayinc- K>"' U many in I
Ms, There i- one which v
- always say the opposite
thins If one Jew Shalom
Aleicbem." the other repli. n
Aleichem Shalom."
That recalls the story of the non-
Jew who attended a wedding in I-
VIHi LAMKY
Are Israelis 'Entitled' to
Hi ah Standard of Living?
also find there the
gave it
Arabs: Put Up-or Shut L|>
What has struck us most.'
an Israel diplomat who had been
abroi f* 'r~ '" ,hat
k healthier.
mre I
and I.
immediate

seem
better dressed
more They have leai
worries, their calories
Systematicall) undei
sure ot the Arab League, I
has been ex ;lude l from r
graphic position Israel was not
invited to the me< I
an-Africai held la-t
April at Ban! .
a merr.'
\ formed here
[ the l*N in
the "European or M< liter-
ranean" in
the t. But at the In-
he
eful r- : Ati
I--
L'nited M
which ran tl Eerence, and
in the


It is
I
'.
I >i the 33

"tant pa-
pel nferencc al-o
Dr. Homi J.
Bhabha Japan, which has spi
reason for interest in thi
intake i- higher
There ha- been some soft ol a
.. ral month-:
at least according to outward ap-
hai been ebuost
full employment, the ttorea have
been full of goods and "1 CUS-
tomers. Indeed, the morning the I
rammer -ale- -ale- began Julj 31
. thi crowds out-ide HMM -hop-
were 10 big that the police had i
to tie called t<> let the -Imp |
lack f knowledge TL
he wa- advised that J3
Uierewasnooccasoaij
POPlc Would simp|yJJ
AJeicheming" all m twl
and ,. ,,ne greet*! 3
Shalom \leicnem,"d9
'! to simply reij
Aleii
! pened that -omeone t
With "N | Tov."
Tough Maiei." he
Bul >ck to j
here is aag
to the effect t|
vcrv gen< r uj if yoaw
"Guten Mi rgen," ihe\
ten Yahr.'
That i- very genttm,i
year for one morning.
Then there is the ,]
xJ to eat|
a Jew Kiiuel is
never could understand
is good to eat pudding \
it -houldn t also be a
chicken or pie ah
him.
However, there is i
which qua!die- the id
This schi says: "It isi^
kugel with a Jew but mJ
been looking into Israel's foreign
trade problems. "Instead of gear-
inn the entire economy toward ex-j same p
port, you're relaxing and raising
your living standard." He says the
living standard in Israel is "among
the highest in the world."
This situation has been brought
about by abolition of controls, in-
stituted progressively from the
end of 1952 onward.
I detect a -light ooki
criticism m the sayatj
amony us Jews we geti
criticism which we'
from an outsider. We i
an outsider an anthSi
saying the -ame thi
criticism i- a \ery
having been the world- fir-t di
rect victim of atomic bombing:
1 Israel
It i- ironic that, when the Gen-
eral Assembly here voted last
December to convene the "Atoms
for Peace'' conference, the Arab through the mob- at
i were left speech- .
less upon dis. that Israel these are straws in the wind that
was in the forefront Abba >> i.r,lt.!,N ;irt. |iuni. very well now.
Eban delivered a long report lut6 ,hj, ;ipart ,rm ,,,V1. tnu.
that I-rael had done Mnd ^.. _, we|j nobody
Ol work in nuclear b hun,n .,,m ,hc ,
;"n rr'n, the cits folks pi -ncultural
nounced that it has a cont !lK... ,
urcha-e ot heavy ^
Bui
pro) len Israelis entitled tto

Thi

i
THE
water The world discovered that
the Jews i man} of whom had
work landing I i lopment
torn homh. were now i
ryin
-. p forward, towar I
lul 11!
A pair of the Arab 11
mo-t bitter and loucfa
.lit their bn '
.r lick- info the
Pi 0
:ic Mot-, \
-.all. rose to the
But when tl
( nee was o:.
.. word heard from the i
hi:th siekoty
imports inclu
I lW
nsumer goods
-t df-
a ords
i-t who
THE CHRISTIANITY OF SHOLEM ASCH An Appfiwll
Jewnh Viewpoint. By Chaim Libwrmn. Transit I
Yiddish by Abraham Bursrein. 276 pp. New York:
Library. 19S3. $3.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
MR. LIEBERMAN, a Yiddish writer and a
Jewish Daily Forward, might have subtitled h
\ on-t Sholem A>ch In any ca-
r take- care to present only the
tubject and when one deals with a hut I wii
rather narrow view Nevertheless. hJa DO ""^1
than what it is. and. although I u I Jew
With the Jewish Viewpoint.' I uspecf
in does, which is like thi-
while claiming tl -,wrl
,,l D
ism. polia*
i^brated JS
lumni-t fori,
book'TVl
l.ieberman.1
- '
-t J. :
Johnston^ New Plan lor Middle East
By the time this article : \ |or Eric
Johnston, President Eisenhower's s| will
i be somewhere In the Hiddli
'. I-rael and the Arab count!
about developing the i .Ionian R
a regional basis for the bor ; the con
the area
According to tho Eisenhower Adminlsf I Mr
Johnston- current vi-it to the Middle I i his
plan for regional development of the Jordan Valley
holds "the- key to the Arab-Israel di-pute. Other,
more skeptical source-, expect no miracle from the
Johnston proposals.
Ambassador Johnston's return to the Middle East
to confer with Arab and Israel leaders mark- hil
fourth attempt to bring the Arabs and the Israeli-
together on an economic level. It is the hope of the
Eisenhower Administration that a solution to thi-
eeonomic problem will lead the way towards a poli-
tical rapproachement between Israel and her Arab
neighbors.
If the Johnston Plan is accepted, officials here
foresee great developments. The Jordan waters
would be shared equitably by Syria, Lebanon, Jor-
I
red through r.
finallj
iioicm Anch .
r before winR the praises
( distorted, debased and de
waters at their source His presti i
iwed his activity with a deadly potenc)
ter- Jewish, mnorant reader-
In subsequent discussion of five 'TmSI
The Apostle, Mary. Moses, and Bsst Rlvi "H^
A (h surrenders and betrays Judai-m J>2|
low- (he Christian Gospels in all incident ,'Lsa
l ainst the lews, and borrows good thin- lrm JM*. .
Chrutian -tones Nor does he permit his
.lew i-h position, nor to defend the Torah
Asch preserved anv sense of loyalty to ..
have written as he did Having written he I I**" '
fold ol Judaism;" he "won a treasure, but lost r*P
*
IF ALL IS as Mr I.ieberman says it is. the rharg'"
But Mi Ueberman is often guilty of the v \-'M0
i h lifting word- from their context, usn "JJ *
nly in accord with that opinion W-
man who doei not take into account a n <~ ^
list to ih. enrso-
ol n rking*^
Mr I.ieberman l
lewis! s>*-J

l.o
Sholem \-ch the best-seller
writer He ha- tor instance, a habit
who ws does but his ineptitude tinn-
- fumblms literary fingers, it hecome-
it intu
a bitter
humil*|
him-eH

11
-ton believed ti-.t -i a-cii lumtiun-j literary nnRcrs. v
I m.ent. but of error.
._: Nor doe- \-eh know the distiim......
nZ, t agawn' '" 1""h '" lhe Johnston In an effort to be humble, he huniib
Pa rtmwt of? eCl i f" i '"",nK ,,,r <**** vor- and thi- inorJJ
SecrS ? i v '"? '' "' *,wh> "PPort between JewX and t hrnMj
S 1 ke !, '" does n"! > relationship iff^ed bj cj.
d -Pme -mav Z '' m ^1U""" ,,( ,he Arab-Israel can never be a Rood one; friendship ""^V
whSi is S,e b^-ie r? k "" ,hf proh,Pm 0| wat" rrsprct ano >,nt regard-a soft of "separate but
ment of the ,~i i."urcrincedcd for the develop human affa.rs
S Comm t ereC ast L^VK V** S th,nk that Shotam Asch 1. a sn.n w^o has a*
the $65000000 onl"h amUnt f ,ki" an,, 'ht to implement it That he ^^t\
thi Arah^.V T lT eCOnm,c a^'stance to, '" his method, and erred every step of the wj J*
the Arab states and Israel during fiscal year 1956 "nefade and a meschumed-no. U. s ***, 1"
would go for the unified Jordan Valley develoomn. Asch hls W "is birthright for a mess of P3
Plan. >ment I sick at heart about it. and that he find*. be
Potage u no recompense for the loss of his


.ptember 2, 1955
-Jew 1st) tkriHir
PAGE 5 B
,OBAL SHORTS
udents in U.S.
in Propaganda
IMITON (JTA>Arab stu-
,he initcJ States are di-
the Arab League to ac-
krticipate in anti-Israel
a in l his country, a
,,,,1 Cairo monitored
hied The Egyptian broad-
l s, l that the students
supplied with anti-Zion-
B | that tlii-y .i-e con-
ing furnished "with in
red i" combat Zi-
II,, >tudenta are also re-
\, deliver anti-Zionist lee-
I, i ihe iiniver>itie> in
well as to
d anti-Israel ar-
i i rican pn
)llege Gets 500
sky Compositions
fORK iJTA) The 3.500
panuscripts of David No-
19th century composer
jue music, have been pre-
the School of Sacred
the Hebrew Union Col-
ih linstitute of Religion.
on Glueck, president of
announced here. The
Ion was made by David
Novak, sons of the late
An editorial committee
School of Sacred Music
ers in the field of
isic will select and super-
lication of the manu-
Bst of which have never
en published.
Ship Docks;
vs Reported
fORK WNSiFew Jews
kg the 1.205 refugee im-
on the S.S. "General
vhen the ship landed in
; Harbor this week. Near-
Itttwcomers who received
to enter the United
Germain and Austrians.
Jews w ho arrived were
Mrs Pereti Meltzer and
[children Both were pre-
arried. but had lost their
the German death camp
Htz.
etary Declares
\e Needs Strength
NATIONS cWNS)The
Irmistice between Israel
|A tries must be
p i d strengthened "so
real peace in
infortunately,
1 I as not yet with-
i -kjold. Sec-
I i the United Na-
1 week in his
p>rl to the (ieneral As-
of Leak?
Call Victor Com
L*t us repair it or ap-
ply o new on*. For it
estimate phona
9-5274
Roofing Co.
Release of Arrested Mapam
Leader Sought in Europe
LONDON (JTA) New efforts
are being made to secure the free-
dom of Mordeeai Orert. Israel Ma-
pam leader who was implicated in
the Slansky trial in Prague and
sentenced to a long prison term, it
wa* reported here by tie "Jewish
Vanguard," mouthpiece of the
Poale Zion organization in this
country. The publication reported
that Mrs. Oren will shortly hue
Israel for Kurope in an attempt
to enlist the support of left Social-
ist parties in a campaign to secure
her husband's release. It is under-
stood, the Jewish Vanguard sail.
that a number of promises have re
cently been made by leading Com-
munists that Oren's case would re
ceive "favorable consideration" by
the Czechoslovak authorities
United Nations Holds Parley
In Syria as Israel Ignored
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Al-
though Israel is directly concerned
with the problem of controlling
desert locusts it has not been in-
vited to a series of UN Food and
Agriculture Organization meetings
on the subject because the sessions
are being held in Damascus, Syria,
it was revealed here. The FOA dis-
closed that the Arab League had
been invited to send an observer
to the sessions, which are planning
both next year's program against
the pests and long range plans for
fighting the locust plagues which
infest the Arabian Peninsula.
led. it was reported at the eighth
annual meeting of the Society of
Friends of the synagogue here. The
[ building, dedicated in 1763, will
t be repaired after a six month re-
I search program and preparation of
; architectural plan., which will pro.
1 vide for enlargement of the site
reinforcement of the foundations
; and repair of interior and exterior.
Naturalized Citizens of Brazil
Permitted to Run for Office
| RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) The
Brazilian Supreme Court has hand-
ed down a decision clearing the
j way for naturalized citizens of this
I country to hold office In local
municipalities, provincial la
lures and the national parliament.
The decision was banded down on
a suit by Dr. Isaac I/ecksohn, a
Socialist elected to the Rio De
Janeiro municipal council, whose
i election was invalidated by the
election board on the groups that
: he was not a native born citizen.
Belgian Authorities Return
Jewish Orphan to Uncle
BRUSSELS (JTA) Mile. Fer-
nande Henrard, a Catholic school
teacher who was arrested on
charges of illegally detaining a
Jewish war orphan, was released
1 after the authorities found the
child and turned him over to his
, uncle. The child. Henry Alias, now
14. was adopted by Mile. Henrard
1 in 1943 after his parents were mur-
, dered in Antwerp by the Nazis.
| Shortly afterwards, she had the
i child baptized and changed his
, name to Antoinine Benoit.
Your INSURED SAVINGS here will EARN
Funds Sought to Restore
Historic Touro Synagogue
NEWPORT. R.I. (JTA) More
than one-third of a fund of $50,000
to restore historic Touro Syna-
gogue, now a national historic
shrine under the care of the Na-
tional Park Service, has been rais-
Israel Plans to Build
First Atomic Reactor
GENEVA (JTA) Israel will
build its first' atomic pile within
the next four years, Dr. Walter
Eytan, director general of the Is-
| rael Foreign Ministry and head of
j the Israel delegation to the Inter
; national Conference on the Peace-
ful Uses of Atomic Energy, reveal-
1 ed here.
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Day School Movement Viewed
W r ik. *.,..lm,' lh.lt h('
need to raise the future leader
the Amencan-Jcui>h cominunity,
and in Intelligent laity **" imM.
cam on the Jewish benl
traditton Daj scho.
Eeel that onl) school of<
minimum of 15 hour- I
intensive Hebraic study
*m*m**'ZX\
ud culture and gjonoui
wet k i
!h st de-
pro
tlOll
Educators todaj reatoethjttha
daj school .- major type oj eds
cational Institution that provide*
the milieu for natural. '"";'
Jewish ITOWth It >s rather Oh
The unprecedented growth of
the Da) School movement in the
last two decades has truly been
phenomenal and it- pro,:,
revelation even to ita
most rabid critics and opponents,
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew
lemy principal. Said Wednes-
day.
According to an enl irvey
Torah Umesorah. a national oi
-..onrc-ponMbletorthcc-tab. .anon-r;, ^ ^
school which
nt
lion i- aooui !""> .*<.- ....... parents, is I
average student.
Sned to produce int. "* ^ that such endurtag attitudes
ro| informed "' 'ews I philosoph.es cannot be
to tired and exhaus
schools throughout the country.
there are approximately eight
times as many children in the He
brew Daj Schools today. BS there
were in 1P35 in communities
side ol New York City In New
k the number of childr,
daj schools has tripled since 1938,
. Gross revealed.
rolled .
i total of 50 hoin i(m>
about thi '"r ,ho
las.M KM ., .....-
ess a year, and that the total our* ( ^ captured the imi
nism which permeates it
Furthermore, it American parent- find in I
tthool. an educational experiment

with a dire short. blest tradil
American .lewis is threatened uhich is in conformit) witn
There are today more than 172 well-informed racj and
schools in to citi 24 states men steel wish cul- ;), ,,r.
id. Almost every large city turc Th. t
in the country now ha- one or 1>r jutf;.h Pilch ex. Iiree
more daj schools ol its own tor of the Ameri< i I
- s. with a sfa Education
American education
mei 40.000 pupils
v i: ii an Jewrj s firsl
-t disinti
. -
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,1 that "without
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it their :
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schools, have had but word- of
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the
graduates of these day schools "not
only excel scholastically in their
studies, but also participate active
lv m various social, civic, athletic
,,,1,1 co curricula* activities in their
schools The Hebrew Academy can
point to graduates who have at-
tained positions of distinction and
r-hip m the various school
illations and projects of the
public high schools which they at-
tend
The public school curriculum
and the textbook- mad by the vari-
oui states and counties are strictly
(oil..wed by the secular depart-
ment- oi Jewish day schools. The
English departments of these day
schools are thus public schools
meeting in Jewish school buildings.
Furthermore, it should be
stressed that the Jewish day school
is neither controlled nor maintain-
ed by any parish or church organ
n. but is operated by an au
ton..mous community group inter-
ested in this form of education
The teacher- of these day schools
are not clergymen belonging to a
tod order, but men and
women engaged in Jewish teaching
a- a profession.
The Hebrew- Academy of Miami
Beach has produced in its seven
\ear- of existence itudewta with
enviable backgrounds, rich schol
arship and civic responsibility. The
Metropolitan Battery Achievement
Test, administered last year to our
entire student body, revealed that
our pupil- were a-t.mishingly su-
perior in all categoric- to children
of the same age level of the public
school system.
JPridoy.
"This fa-, rt ^
!h* erroneous ? Si
lingual proerarn "*
tuden, ? Sy iJI
rather, that the aJ*1
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gplember 2, 1955
Legal notice
UNDER FICTITIOUS
* NAME LAW
i- HKItKBV fllVEN Ihnl
mi In hii
I ,ni.- ol
'itxiTI-HK tt AREHOrHE.
, street Miami, Plor-
t Id ami arith
[,, ,),. I II, Ull I '""I I "f I '"I'-
ll.!.ll.I.
\i: I1VKR, Solo UttiuT
\ BR
I
,'i ,'i'i F i
NDER FICTITIOUS
AME LAW
HKKKin GIVEN thai
i in encase in
rit'til lous num.- .,f
IRS LTD., at
I i Miami, Florida,
I i Ul name with I ba
ill Court "t Dade
LEGAL NOTICE
l.\
I
i:i OK ii' IRIDA,
-

m:i..Si iVITSI
Porn ol i'"i"i Ma
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i ll i.Y OIVEN thai
fli-tli Inua uiM of
HoLOCJICAL
,K tiii: si uri i .i
.....i
k of the Circuit
i lot Ida
TKIi AIDMAN
i ll \KI.KS STENOER
|.\X & COHEN
. inta
la.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M >TICE is HERKRY CIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlna i.....gage in
liu Iness undei i hi n, i ,.....r
VIARIA N'EOLIA EN'TERPRIHEH. u|
:u HeyboM iiiiIk intandi i" register
Id nama with the Clarh of th.
cult Court of Dade County, Florida
MARIA NBULIa, Mole Owner
BERN v 111. B UNksi.Ki;
A ifnT nc i"i Applli .-i ul
841 Seslwlld IIMk.
S/n 9/2-S-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICH is HEREBY CIVEN thnl
the undersigned, dealrlna to i ngage In
business under the fictitious name of
CROWN COMMERCIAL CO (no)
it P '' Boa IS. North M an I
,i. Intel da to registet .,i'i name
with tha fiiik of tin- Circuit Court of
County, 1- 'l i
NAT HANKS
CEORCE I TALlANOFK
Attorney fot Nat Banks
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t"
indei the flctltloua name ol
KHOREHAM-NORMAN HOTEL* at
1*15 Ocean Drive, Miami r.,.,, h, Plot
Ida, Intend to reglsti r aald na with
the 'lit k of thi 'ii nt ('..in i of I Mile
County, Florida.
DAVID BARS
MIIUAM MASS
AARON M K ANN Kit. I' .,
Attoi ne> for I >:, s Id Basa and
Mil lam Uaaa
s M I -J :'-i-
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HKKKIIV OIVEN that
ii. ill -ii ink tn engage in
Hi, i!i- Ill loua li.line "f
:\ \. SERVICE STA-
vitiui Itoad, Miami
|iul- iii registet .'aid name
I'm nit Coui t
da
\| i\V, Sole (bvner
H AK *
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
tlS HKKKIM f.lVEN
I HIB.IIti' ill
[Ini name of
i tsmoN corN-
Miami,
aid name
k ,.f i '..in I ,.f
IMI F'ASHION COUNCIL
ol I ',.1 |,
F'KIKD
i .ml s
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i HEKKIM (UVEN
i" .image in
'i'ii-. luune of
I 18HK i.NN OP MIAMI.
II M Avenuei Ml-
i i eglatet
1 lerk of the Circuit
inty, Florida.
IIK MF:<:KL, Sole Owner
R NKI.SON
Applli ant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tha underalgned, deairing to encase In
business under the flctltloua nama of
TIIK HOME OT HAVANA CK3ARS
at 1116 Lincoln Bond. Miami Re. h.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I 'ad, i o int>. I-'loi Ida.
SIDNEY POLL A K
Dolll.s POLLAK
X/26 S/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN that
the nnderaisned, desiring to encasa in
buaineaa undei the flctltloua name of
l.I ill.as FCQl'IPMENT COMPANY
tnol In. i. at J88 N.W. r.tth Street,
Miami. Florida, Intenda t., reclater
aald nama with tha Clerk of tha Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
I DOCOLAS ca.msav
GEORGE .1 T.U.IAN' HI'
Attoi no) fot Applli .nit
I N -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th it
tha underelcned, dealrlna t,. ensace In
Iiic-Iih-hm under the flctltloua nama "f
I'KI.Mi i.vii'i BEAUTY SALON, at
I'. in ,,ni, ,,||,'. 'olllna Avenue,
Miami Baaoh, flarlda, Intend to
tor nalil name with the Clerk ,,f tha
I nit Curt ,,f I ..ul. i 'mints F I
MILTON I.AlllK.Ni i:
ANTHONY TERRACCIANl '
TI*RN \ NEWMAN
Attorneya for Delmonlco Beaut \ Salon
I2fl Km, i,in Road, Miami Beach, Fl.i.
s, :>6 I, 2-.t|
UNDER FICTITIOUS
[NAME LAW
HEKKCY UIVKN that
il. il. -ii |ng to engage III
name of
'Rli < IMPANY (not
lati Drive, Miami,
r let tin mid
ol the Circuit
t'i)unt>. Florida
pii.uiii. Florida, this 16th
H
Mt'HIKI. NIKSKN
\"
ding
I
tCUIT COURT OF THE
IAL CIRCUIT IN AND
[COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
No. 1*2407
pN'RY IiRACE and
UKACK, his wife.
PLAINTIFFS,
I BROOKE,
- t'H \ri.ks i
l nil tiu-l-
;Ks u i:i:hk. INC .
1 irporatlon,
DEPENDANTS.
ICE TO APPEAR
' "I'' THE STATE
\W-. known as ED-
'KK, C | BROOKS,
Mwn ux CHARLES I
;'! I' I. WEEDI
. ;'" "id trUMtee!
I-BRiMiKs. WEEDE. a
I f loi ida Corporal tan
II other ami un-
r h.ivlni i,i claim-
1 "' Htllt. title Of
[in i i, |,i,.|it\ which Ik
Ittet nt this suit,
i- mil i.eing In
Jjntv, Florida, and more
*>> ni-M 'ii...,i- ;,N follow a;
<\ Block I f LAURA.
W>ENH a nubdlvl-
'' to a I'lai there-
' Mat Booh R
' "i ii" I'tihiie Record!
ntJ Hi.I Ida.
J.y'" <'F- YOU are
mi it has |en
named Court, by
l "".....I, for the
J' ""IK title ,,| ,hr ,.,,.
', i,,'|""l"'"> iV.,K.,l
|{l-,lil;l;l:Vv ORDBBBD
lie v..ur M.|
the ltfa
"i In default
I'..... Pro
yen
n', ''!;l";'''i: ai the
lltli ." ;'""> Miami.
' ii ,'.',!.A"' lW
1 'AfllKUMAN.
'II Court
, N' W STlK'KIVl'
Ink
Iffa
' ......i. rlorida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli.it
the undersigned, dcalring to ancaS* ITI
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
CAMPCS CORNER, at :'.".'Ki Weal
Flagier Street. Intend t" reclatt
name with the Clerk ,.t the Circuit
Court of I Hide Count v. Florida
(VILLIAM BROWN
HELEN II BROWN
HENRY M CAIN _
\ii. rnej rot A|i|>iii ants
j .is Weat Plash s't.
8:26 l/t--U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIOB is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. deallitUJ to engage In
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
CHARLIE'S TOMATO licit SK. it
21 ill N.W. 13th Avenue, inlenda to
reglater aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of I Hide County,
Florida.
GHAZIANo MACRO, Individual
KURT WEi.l.iscu
Aiti.iney for Applied*!
S 26 9/L'-:'-16 ______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
DAVY H'NKs SEAFOOD RESTAU-
RANT, at 1KB Sunset DrlVe, Coral
Qablea, Intenda tn register sai,i nama
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I fende 'ount S. I 'im Ida.
SIMON RoDIN
8/26 S/2-9-16___________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In
liusineaa under the flctltloua name of
PAPPY S CAR. at tL'il S W -'-'ml Ave.,
intends to register wild name with the
Clerk of tin ciniiit Court of Dade
Count.'., F'loi ida
.11 I.IIS .1. CIIA'i.NoT
KISsl.KR OARS
Attorneya for Applicant
Ii V \V Flagier St
H/26 8/2-8-16 ______
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 162136.
VALERIA ZVRKOWSKI, Tlalntlff.
STANI.KY 3fl RKOW'SKI. Defendant.
TO STANLEY Zl'RKOWHKI
Woodi rest V v i-niie
Rlverhead. New Y.ik
You re iei|iiiii'd to -, ij> of
, the Hill of i 'omplatnt
for Divorce OS the i-leuntIfC.t attornex.
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on 01 l.efore the 13th day of
September, A. D., 1!.".V otherwise
the Hill of Cniniilnlnt foi DP
heretofore filed herein, will be take,
bj 11,11
Hated ., Miami Florida, thin the
8th day of August. 19
i fl LEATHERM VN,
Clerk of the Circuit I
Dalle Count!
UM W KTtM'KIVO
lit Court F le|iut> Ch ik
Mil.i k'RIKDMAN
1023 He>bol ig
l/lt-H-26 /l
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 7 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN thai
.'" nee in
!''- \\ me o"
N I' "O V,' ,;l" I KS. ,.,
" '' Intend to reglNicr aald
i"i >he C|,,U of the
i nun .,[ Dad<
Circuit
"'my. Florida
J. Ill GH NKEHM1TH
HKRMAN ^'i^EKSMlT^
* M l-l \ MAC IS
1
1711 Consreaa Bldg Miami
8/1S-26 :i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OS THF
J1TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR
N CHN??p5R DAOE COUNTY
iin CHANCERY. No iato-i
fLOTD McFARLAND, .-lahmg,82322
"V^h"- ,V'J'V>'"-AN.....lemlant
<< I JENNIE M. l VRI.AND are
h*rJ mitlfied to fii.. yout defonalve
lileadlng lo thi. ault with this Court i
ok, ami aerv< a .,,,> on I'lalntltl -
attornes HERBERT II Hl'TNEH
'""' Drexel Avi Miami I.,. u.
la, on oi before i tol>ei r,th
lhe Complaint will b t..k, n
Bated Ausuat I
K Ii LEATHERM AN,
b, 'l,.l."K^;.':,K,", c.....
jj I '.,',> .-.elk
NOTICE UNDU FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin underelcned, dealrlng to ensa
buaineaa under the flctitioua name of
Korrr \i;i.i; Moll ri jack & IN-
VESTMENT I'n (Not Inc.), at M2K
Dul'ont lildg.. Intend! to rcgiater Mid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
MITCHEL KRAMER. Owner
MONROE DIXo.N
Attoiney for Applli ant
iTiin Coral w.iv
8/12-19-26 9/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalsned, dealrliut to engage in
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
ABBEY OF MIAMI .. ABBEY CAS-
I'AI.S, at ISO N K T.",th Street. Miami,
Intenda t., resiater aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lad.
County, Florida.
ABBEY LANE
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney fot Applli ant
IH n w i2Ut ar
v ll-M I l-*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalsned, dealrlna to engage In
buaineaa under the fictitious name ,,i
NYLON LACE PRODUCTS CO., at
irtlawood Drive, Kej Blacayne,
intend- to ref, i name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,
Count \ Flot Ida,
RAE ROGERS
HERMAN T isis
fot Applicant
17J1 Consreaa Bids
8/.T-12-KI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalsned, dealrlna to engage in
buaineaa under the flctltloua name of
ALLIED PRINTfNO AND OFFICE
SUPPLY CO., at 613 N.E. Flrd Avi
nil., Miami. Florida, Intends to regis-
ter aald name with the Clarh Of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN It NOVINSON
AARON M K ANN El!
Attm ney for Herman B. Novlnaon
R/12-19-26 9/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
SHERLYN PUBLISHING COMPANY
(not Inch at I MO Coral Oate Drive.
Miami. Iloiida. Intends to register
the said name with the Clarh of the
Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 16th
day of August. IMS.
MI'RIEL NIKSKN
MAX ENGBL, Attorney
"in Blacayne Dulldlng
8/19-26 9/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 182128
VIRGINIA SMITH, Plaintiff.
va.
IRWIN M SMITH. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO IRWIN M SMITH. AT-1
Boa 1045. Naval Air Station
i .i pua iirlatle, Ti \.i
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
ha- in en filed asalnat you, and you
are required to aerve copj of your
Anawer to the Hill of Complaint on
Hi.. I'lalntlff's Attorney, and file the
oiittinal In the office of the Clerk of
Ida Circuit Court on ot before the
i.".th day of September, 1135, or
Hill of Complaint will l>c taken aa
ronfeaaed bj you
DA'IKD: August 8,
K B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
B) M V GREEN
l Seal) Deputy Clerk)
FALK AMES
Ittorneya for I'lnintlff
ll Seybold Hulldlng. Miami 32. Fla.
B) MERVYN I. AMES, of Counsel
8/12-19-26 9 I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. A 18947
vCM?,P,,er 20722 ~ AcU of 1'*1
i vV. w';-IK "ERBBY GIVEN that
LENMARK CORPORATION, holder
"' ountS Tag Certificate No, 1352,
the 29th day of June. A.D 1951
In my office, and h..
.i.r. '11'1"'"""1 f"'1 '' '',x deed io I..-
aaued th.......i, Kald
"; i.Uewlns d.-airihed prop-
FiM.16.Sri K..... st-'""f
j;;'. iv Block !. Earllnston Helshta,
I"' Hook 13, I'll,,, ii, ,,. ,,,.
') ol ii.ni.. state of Florida
.,., i ,;-"''" of sai.i propert]
": '"I certifiia., u.,- in the
name ,., MAlDR x k?RINOLE
,,.' ,' J' **u ; rtlficati ahal..... re-
'" I tl to law. the prop.
i,;.".""'!;".'. """ wl:i ''- "om to
blddei at the Court Houw
Ihi
.... ..-,. ., ,,,,- mill |Dii|<-|.
on the fnsi Mondaj u, the month
of October, i..,, whi, i, la the Ird da)
Of Oi L.li, i I)
Dated iiii, 24th daj of Ausuat 1005
E. I: LEATHERM \\
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade I 'ount) Florida
. B) N C 8TERRETT.
" """ ourl s,.il. nepul Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is, HEREBY OIVEN that
In underalsned, dealrlna to ensage In
hualneaa undei th< fictitious name .,f
0 VRDN M: Mi i.i.oy CO MI OA
CLEANING, it 2921 Coral U'.,v. In-
'' no I" i i ul naui.- with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County, Florida
w.,... BERNARD R08ENBLUM
Mortox M BEIOEL
At tome) for Applicant
HIM Hlscayne Huildlng
S.^6 I .' '' ||
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 182172
ROBERT INORAHAM, Plaintiff,
vs.
SAMUEL J. THOMPSON, if living,
but believed to tie deifd. and
FRANCIS THOMPSON, hla wife.,
and I,.
hu-.li.i ml. If any Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN thf: NAME OF thi: STATE
OF' FLORID \
TO: SAMUEL r THOMPSON, If liv-
ing, but believed to he dead;
realdence unknown
FRANCIS THOMPSON, his wife,
her
un-
it any ; i esiden,
Ol
by,
and
hush i ml.
know ii
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
vise, s, grantee*, i redltot a,
other parties claiming
through, undl in-1 SAM
I'KI. .1. THOMPSON, If llvlns,
hut believed to be dead and
FRANCIS THOMPSON, his wife,
and her
huaband, if ad).
AND ALSO, a to each of the
abo\ named I tefendant imii-
vlduala, if they be deceased, then
nil unknown helra, d<
l*ranteea, creditors or other par-
ties clalmins by, throush, under
or asalnat such Defendants;
AN I i A I,Si i. all other and un-
kriown person! havlnc or claln
ing to have an) rtsht, title or
Interest in tha propert) which is
the subject matter of this suit.
said piopei t> i> liuj and i"
Dade County, Florida, and mon
hart iculai l> described aa fol-
lows:
N of sw. of NK'4 of BW
', of Section i'ii. Township
R"i South, Itange ID Faist. con-
taining 5 acres more or less.
YOU AND BACH OF TOU are
hereby notified that a suit has bean
filed In the above named Court, by
the Plaintiff above named, for the
purpose of l|llleting title of the Main-
tiff. In and to the property Involved
111! ell.I ho\ e ll. || lt,e.I
YOU ARE HEREHY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file youi Vppear-
anci In said suit on or before the 13th
day of September, I9SS, and in default
of such Appearance, a Decree Pro
Confessn will 1m- entered against >ou
and each of mil.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Ihide County, Miami.
Flot ida, this Mh day of Auguat. l5.j.
E B. LEATHERM AN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. YV STOCK 1.Nil,
lH-putv Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1011 Seybold Hulldlng. Miami 32. Fla.
I/12-1I-3I -j:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No! 36044-A
In Ri E8T \TI-: OF
HENRY KRAKOW, I
To All Creditor* and All r. raons Hav-
Ins Claims or l>emiinda Against Said
He:
You. and e.i'li of you, are hereby
notified and required to !"
claiina and demands which you, or
either of \ou. mu \ haw a*t,iinst Hie
Of HENRY KRAKOW, d.
e.l laie of Dade Coimtv, Florida, to
the Honorable county Judsea of Dade
County, and file th, same In thell
In the County Courthouse in
Dad< County, Florida, within eight
calendar months, from the date of the
first publication hereof, Bald claims
or demnnda to '"mam tha local ad-
f the claimant ami to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
Will In I,.ill..I
Date August 12, A D. I9B5.
I. Ei >N K \ I' I. \ N
\ i:\. i utor of the East Will
an I Testament of
HENRY KRAKOW, Deci
MYERS, II KIM AN a. KAPLAN
A i tm in j ],,' Kxei utor
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35671
Iii Re ESTATE <>D
MARY K ROBERTS, I..... I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All < "rciiioi and All Person! Bav-
ins Clalmi oi Demands Asalnat Bald
You, and eni h Of OU M C I"
notified and required to preseni any
clalma and demands whh h iiou, or
either Of you, may have a gainst the
.state of MARY K ROBERTS, de-
eeaseil late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Honorable Counts In.In
DudS c,,utit\. and file the same in
th.lr offices in the County Courthouse
iii Dads Counts. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claim
ot demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he ssvorn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will In- haired. See Sei tlon 731 11 Of
th. ins Prubate Act.
Date Ausuat 1. A.D. 19.15.
BHELDON N. LELCHUK
\ Executor / the Lust VI ill
and Testament of
MARY K. R< 'HERTS.
I >.-,,., aed.
BHELDON N LELCHUK
Attoi ins for Executor
hold Bids-, Miami, not ida
v IZ-ll-M '.' '* ____.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenisti fhrtdknn
solicits your legal notJcas.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
Phone 2-4366
for messenger service)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undesigned, ilesliinK to enniixe In
business under the fictitious names of
MICHEL'S, MICHEL'S RESTAU-
RANT, MICHEL'S KOSHER RES-
RESTAURANT A N D CATERERS.
MICHEL'S NORMANDY RESTAU-
RANT, and MICHEL'S NORMANDY
KOS'IIKK RKSTAI'RANT. at HI'l
ilat Street, Miami Hearh. Intenda to
rexlater said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Counts.
Florida.
KAYHEE CORPORATION
A Hoi Ida Corporation
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Applicant
I7HH Coral Uj')
I IS-ll-M -9/J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalsned, dealrlna to ens
buaineaa undei the fictitious name of
Howards RENDIX LAUNDER-
ETTE, at 121 S U 12th Ase ii
to i eglstei --.ii.....im.' u Ith the
of the Circuit Court Of Dade Counts,
Florida.
.1 \CK PELD, oss i,. r
KKSSI.KK A QARH
Attoi lies s fol Appll
1781 W Klanler St.
I 12-11-21 fit_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalsned, desiring to ensage in
business under the fictitious name of
ABLE BUILDERS RENTAL EQUIP-
MENT, at .'.tm N.W. 14th Avenue.
Miami, Fla., intends to resist ei -ail
ii.i me with the Clerk ..I th.- Circuit
Curt of Dade Counts. F'loi Ida
ALBERT FREEDMAN. Sol. owner
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Reslatrant
ISM Weal Flagier St Miami. F'la.
I, It-ll-M /2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1823M
CHESTER ST. JOHN, Plaintiff,
vs.
ETHEL ST. John. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ETHEL ST. JOHN
lliTl Hushsvlck Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You in- hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for DHoroc haa been filed
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to aerve a cops ot your Answer
to the Complaint for Divorce on Plain-
tiffs attorney, and file the original
Answer in the offi, of the Clerk 01
the Circuit Court, on or before the
llth day of September. 19.V'>, other-
wise the allegation* of aald Com-
plaint for Divorce ssill be taken a*
confessed against sou
Dated thla 16th day of Auguat. 1853.
K K LEATHERM \N.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
lade County, Florida
B) R H. RICE, .ii:
(Seal) D.puis Clerk
GEORGE J TALIANOPF
Attorney (pi Plaintiff
Incoln Road, Miami Bench, Ma.
1/19-26 9/2-S
A burglar ransacks
your house.
Does your Insurance
cover the lose of all
that'* stolen or
damaged?
SEE
Arthur M*. Kohn
Richard L. Powell
Daniel L. Harris
PHONE
9-7555
KAHN & ALPERT
Insurance Agency
998 S.W. First Street
ReerstaiiMae rHC TtAVEUtS. Herrtortf


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NE WS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
mothers or fathers." The Defense
?ee on Prisoners of War has announced that of the 7 1*0 ^'c
fighting men in Korea who became prisoner, of war, 730 d .edI wh U.
in the enemy's hands. Quite a few Jewish boys were among the casu
alties Ml told 1.000.000 Americans fought in K
Nazi salute in New Jersey: the burl) G
Wallach, defianUj entered the ring at La
last Saturday night wearing > mon..... and
related the salute several times through the i
Swa..... on TV on the DuMon, network "*%~%fi
the anti-Communist work of Sen. Joe McCarthy the Cathol.c War Ve,
erans of the U.S.A. adopted a resolution las. week oppose "<.r.on
of Red China and her admission to the UN. <
ol 217.000. the group met In national i Nl* V:.k !
modore hotel Returning from a 39-day visit to Latin-Amenca. Card-
inal Spellman was asked to comment about the n ml
Roman Catholic Church in Argenti. '' ;
united" by the Governmenl was his replj Whe. asked foi
comment, the I said "Ask the monsignor Schulhe,*s who.had
accompanied him) about the attacks He went to the hot spot 1 duck
ed
On Hurricane Diane: Said I POVillg reporter D '^
reduced to a comparative whisper, had retained an unad kick
far worse than anything her winds could do She sucked quan-
. ol moisture-laden air from over the Atlantic and thei
the water by the ton in advance ol her leisurely path to sea II was
water water everywhere and in some 1 drop to di
Good news: Three scientists ol the Colleg. I Engineering t niv.
. c lifornia I. Schaffer. S F Mulford and E l> Howe have wi
pproving "Report on an Analysis ol the Zarchin Sch.
: by Cold Distillation The inventor of the process
is Dr. Alexander Zarchin, who has given the Israeli Government first
choice in its use. A Biblical Garden, containing 182 plants mentioned
in the Old Testament, h.'- N hu
iCr, tract. Sponsored bj th( Beth Isi i M< mortal Park
il park for the public and ;. sanctuarj I
ol the metro] tan New Yorl
i the renowned b i Harold N Mi l<
t irk bj his wifi \
Bernard Tra er. NCRA* Atlanta,
Ga., Jewish Community Council has become the 34th community agency
member of the Natitonal Community Relations Advisory Council.
' Discrimination costs the nation S30 biliion each year,"
the public opinion expert. Elmo Roper. N.C Belth report
\[i;" Bui M. Bentob Messa, president of the Jewish community
of Aden, British Arabia, now in New Vork < ity, ii Us us thai the Aden
lewishi "" tj f 8.000 has dwindled to 600 Dr. Sara Feder, presi-
dent of Pioneer Women i '- that the mw year 5716 will see the
completion of thret Israel bj i Women, the
- Labor Zionist 0 '-. la
The Greater New York Mizrachi Conference will open on Sept. 5 at
Menachem Begin and his Herut party leaders have refused to pay
the traditional call on President Izhak Ben Zvi. Mr Begin*! rel
il l claimi rate slight In the past the Pre-
to moot the parties in the order of then nui
igh Herut emerged as the second largi I tl was the
Meanwhile David Hen Gurion asked to lortn i
rnment, f;r.d- himself in a The Election of
the formerly outlawed Shukri al-K.uwatly as the new president of Syria
.... Israeli* s<
: >r th Maj. Gen. Burns has
rot yet succeeded in breaking the deadlock in the Israel Egyptian Gaza
border talks. .
American officials in West Germany are giavely concerned over
a new trend toward Nazism throughout th* country. Kdt
-
What is
further distu.bing State Department officials
The Kr
- "plan" I unity1*
Soviet capital Yiddish recital in rAoscow
he first I me in man; i Tal. gavi
ert in the Pushk
her popular Yiddish n
Master ol in announcing their progi Inti
prised audience with the word- "Sholom Alechem
PEOPLE
Semah Cecil Hyman, Israel's New Consul General oi New York,
arrived last week to assume his new duties 56 yeai Mr Hyman!
wa> born and educated in London During \\ rid War I he joined the
First Jewish Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers serving in Palestine Mr
Hyman'a wife, Dr. Ann* Foner-Hyman, has served as i researchei at the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem The New York Time- last week
devoted a special editorial honoring the 85th birthday ol Bernard
Baruch, the friend and advisor of many president- John J Adams
the former Army counsel who outsmarted Jo* McCarthy many a time'
has joined a firm of criminal lawyers m Washington. D.C Charles K
Ford and H Clifford Adler Herman Wouk, the renowned Ortho
Jewish author, has written a new book. Marjori* Morningstar his
fourth novel It is based on his own experience- from the age of lti
ward and he has given Marjori* .some of hi- own extensive lev
background. .
Philip M. Klutxnick, president of Bnai Bnth. was the major speak
or at the 32nd Annual International Convention of Aleph Zadik Aleoh
hoys' division of the Bnai Brith Youth Organization-which opened
(amp Bnai Bnth Thursday. Aug. 25 Pioneer Women announce that
Mrs. G*n.a Twersky, well-known personality in Lsrael societv and in
labor movement circles there, has arrived in the I'nited States to nar
ticipate in Pioneer Women activities within the various charter
throughout the nation and in Mexico. D*id*r Holith.r i- the author
Of the first picture book published in this countn- which give- thniuah
photos and text a comprehensive \ u w of the development of the Amer
ican synagogue as a religious, social and communal institution Titled
The Synagogue and Its People." the volume will be published on Sent
9 by Abelard-Schuman. Inc., New York. ^pt
0lie s oldest mdustries. fishing, is making new gains
. ,he aid ol State cl Israel Development Bond investments.
ire is an Israeli worker mowing reeds in one ol the
many new artificial ponds wh.ch are being used to breed and
store fish for local consumption. In addition to establishing
fash ponds, Israel Bond funds are being utilised at the experi-
lal hatchery station of Tantura. where tests are being
conducted lo improve the breed, develop foodstuffs to replace
scarce { I grains essential to fish life, and prevent
diseases. _________________________________
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