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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 36
Miami. Florida, Friday, September 9. 1955
PRICE: TWENTY CENTS
if, Israel Condemned By Armistice Group For Gaza Clash
1Y NATURE' OF PROGRAM GIVES OFFICERS FREE HAND
I for Anti-Semitism in U.S. Security Program
JGTON (JTA)A Senate subcommittee
k the Federal employes security program
spokesman for the American Jewish
bt the arbitrary nature of the security
Ede it possible for security officers with
fctic bias to pin security risk labels on
; was Will Maslow. In a reply to a
ember's question of whether anti- Semi-
tor in the security program, Mr. Mas-
nidcnce of anti-Semitic prejudice was
Fort Monmouth cases where many Jew-
; were fired. Some were later reinstated
groups had pointed out the dispropor-
?rc number of Jews branded as "risks."
tnouth security officer charged with anti-
was removed from his job after Jewish
kanded a government review of events
m,
imittei- was to have heard two witnesses
| the firing of Wolf Ladejinsky, but the
ailed to appear. They were Milan D.
fcitive assistant to the Secretary of Agri-
J Glen Cassity. the security officer of
inert "f Agriculture. A subcommittee
aid they would be called again. If they
spond a second time, subpoenas may be
pr. it wav announced that the subcommit-
i up the case of Ladejinsky m about three
was made known by Sen. Olin D. John-
HP

ston, chairman of the unit. Mr. Ladejinsky's dis-
missal by the Department of Agriculture was ac-
companied by anti-Semitic by-play. He was subse-
quently cleared and is now employed by the Foreign
Operations Administration, an agency of the State
Department.
The son of a member of the Jewish War Veterans
was fired from his Navy job as a sheet metal worker
at Quonset, R.I, because of charges that he had
associated with his mother who supported Henry A.
Wallace's Progressive Party in 1948. This emerged
when Joseph H. Sommers, Jr., 26, was called before
the subcommittee.
The mother, Mrs. Pauline Margaret Summers,
was also called. She denied membership in sub-
versive groups. Young Summers is a Navy veteran
with a good record. One item cited against Sum-
ners was the signature of his mother on a Progres-
sive Party petition circulated in 1948. Sen. Frank
Carlson, Kansas Republican, a member of the com-
mittee, said the Navy made a mistake in its handling
of the Sumner case and "should have just fired him"
without raising the security issue. He also question-
ed the wisdom of airing such cases in public.
(The Navy has announced in Washington that a
Navy board will hold a hearing in New York Sept.
10, to consider tbe case of merchant seaman Eugene
D. Landy, Jewish youth who was refused a Naval
Reserve commission because his mother is accused
of left wing affiliations.)
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Commission Votes Double
Censure in Special Fourteen
Hour Emergency Session
-BULLETIN-
Special
JERUSALEM, Israel SectorThe first incident in recent months
along the quiet Israel-Jordan border Wednesday resulted in the blowing
up of two Israeli water depots. A government spokesman said Arab
saboteurs infiltrated an Israeli village inside the country's eastern
frontier and destroyed the depots.
* *
JERUSALEM (JTA)Both Egypt and Israel were found guilty
Wednesday for the clash on Aug. 22, near Mefalsim, on the Israel-
Egyptian frontier, which touched off a series of incidents taking more
than 100 lives in the past two weeks and almost terminated the Israel-
Egyptian armistice.
Egypt was condemned for having precipitated the incident by at-
tacking an Israel patrol, and for shelling the settlement of Nahai >)i.
Israel was condemned for having* -'
stormed the Egyptian military;
WITTED BY SHARETT
went Accepts Plan for
migration of 45,000 North
African Jews in Year Period
LLEM iJTA)The Israel Parliament, recalled in a special i
nsider the North African situation, voted acceptance last
H G iv< inmcnt-Jewish Agency plan for the Immigrationj
next 12 months of 45.000 Jews from North Africa and their
in the Jewish State.
was submitted to the Knesset by Premier Moshe Sharett
the movement of the*--------------------
tun Ji m as "a sacred
k"d Hi- plan called for
110.000 Jews within the
th> and then an immi-
J.ooo monthly. If, how-
(iw n| North African
endangered, he said,
Will do her utmost to
E all in."
kol. the Minister of Fi-
the Knesset that the
tan immigration placed
nubility both on Is-
le Jews of the world,
lineman Jewry. He in-
formed the Knesset that the Gov-
ernment intended to levy new tax-
es to bring in an estimated 25 mil-
Continutd on Pag* 12 A
RETURNS FROM TOUR ABROAD
'post which had opened fire on the
Israel patrol. The double censure
as voted by the Israel-Egypt
ixed Armistice Commission in a
^4-hour "emergency" session which
concluded here. Maj. Francois Gi-
pcommagi. chairman of the com-
mission and member of the United
Nations truce organization, first
i voted with Egypt to censure Israel
over the incident and then voted
with Israel to censure Egypt.
The incident arose when an
PUNISHMENT AIM
Maslow
. tokes the stand
Dayan Explains
Purpose Behind
Reprisal Raids
TEL AVIV (WNS> Israel's coun-
termeasures following Egypt's
bloody attacks were purely puni-
; Egyptian military post opened fire tive and not vengeful. Major Gen-
on a routine Israel patrol moving 'eral Mosne Dayan, chief of Staff
.along the demarcation line inside 0| the Israeli Armv. declared this
(Israel territory. The patrol was w.,,.k m a speecn carned by the
caught on flat terrain with no cov-'Army paper.
er from the Egyptian fire. To ex-1
tricate it. Israel authorities dis-' Declaring that there was no way
I patched reinforcements in half- ,(l P*WMl infiltrators from eom-
| tracks. They captured the Egyp- mitting acts of sabotage, stealing
itian post, disarmed its garrison and and murder, the Chief of Stafl Mid
i held the point for two hours befoie wp c;m ^ hj jcp f
withdrawing. An Egyptian officer
Rabbi Friedman Reveals UJA Ten
Million Dollar Drive for Moroccans
lives lest
NEW YORK (JTAV-Rabbi Her-
bert A. Friedman, executive vice
president of the United Jewish
Appeal, called on American Jew-
' ry this week to raise $10,000,000
in cash in the next six weeks to
finance the immigration into Is-
rael of 10,000 North African Jews
within 60 days.
On his arrival here from Israel
and North Africa. Rabbi Fried-
man made immediate arrange-
ments to confer with the national
officers of the UJA for the na
tionwide cash mobilization.
Rabbi Friedman declared that
both the French authorities in
Morocco, and the moderate lead-
ers of the Arab nationalist move-
ment are "doing their best to
protect the Jewish minority." He
pointed out. however, that Jew-
ish lives and property have been
lost in the general rioting and
bloodshed, and Jewish fears for
the future are.* on the xire.
The UJA executive head re-
ported that several thousand
Jews are today homeless because
their houses were burned and
razed in outbreaks that took place
Continued on Pete 11 A
An
and three soldiers were killed in
the encounter and nine were
wounded. The Egyptians then di-
rected heavy gunfire on the near-
by settlement of Nahal Oz, wound-
ing two Israel soldiers.
The Egyptian complaint, which
received priority in the commis-
sions discussions, charged that the
attack was a well-organized, pre-
conceived action to disturb the rel-
ative tranquility of the border and
compel Israel-Egyptian meetings
on a higher level than the local
commanders. The Egyptians de-
nied the Israel version and alleged
that the Israelis had initatcd the
Continued on Pafo 2 A
price
blood, a price so high that the
Arab governments across the bor-
der will feel obliged to take un-
popular measures to punish the
marauders themselves." The puni-
tive reprisals, he said, arc designed
to warn the government and peo-
ple of the country concerned that
Israel would react firmly if they
did not impose discipline on them-
selves.
At the same time the Army Chief
of Staff noted that the present
border situation was a serious one
and that it could last 10 or even
20 years.
UNUSS YOU WISH TO BE UKE SIAVIS'
Arabs Warn Against Immigration to Israel
LONDON (JTA)Arab radio stations in the Mid-
dle East, in broadcasts directed to the Jews of North
Africa, are urging them not to emigrate to Israel
unless you wish to be like slaves and servants."
The Cairo radio warned the North African Jews
that "Zionism knows no mercy and only knows ruth-
levsncss and slavery for Oriental Jews." It referred
to a recent demonstration in Jerusalem by North
African immigrants demanding increased immigra-
tion from North Africa as a "revolt against racial
discrimination."
The Damascus Radio advised North African Jews
that "the Jews of America and Europe look down
on you Jews of the East. Jews who arrive from
Arab countries like Morocco are brought to work
and serve in the Army. The Jews from America
and Europe get the top jobs and the big money.
You'll be treated like slaves and servants."



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PAGE 2 A
* )_. .-.A" M an I I 1/
Continued from Pfl*
attack on the Egyptian hilltop
..ition but in the cour.se of
bate, the Egyptians withdrew
allegations that it was a premedi-
tated Israel attack. _____
tween Rafa and Khan Yuis were
delivered Tuesday night by an
Kgyptian honor guard to an Israel
honor guard near Kilometer 95,
Mixed Armistice Commission head
quarters. The body of a third sol
dier ulain in the clash i.< still miss
ing.
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spoon
Eetllnt
Machin,,. M'

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Mrs. Kann Named
m
Maj GtaCOBUMgl t-'IH the Com-
,iion that "in the coone of this
rrtmmi+fpp Head ** incident, both parties com-
tOrnmiTTec n~M* mJMed f|lgrtn, violations of the
Mrs Solomon Kami baa aeea ap- .irn,|s,K,. agreement However, af
pointed chairman f the count) ((.I. c-ir,.,ui study of investigation
nursery school committee of the It.|i,,,t- of UN military observers
Greater Miami Jew** Community ;u.() i|tn. uatening to the conflict-
Center, it was announced Wednes- statement! of the parties, it is.
day, b) Mrs Milton Sirkin. presi |n im ,,., impossible t(. deter-
deiit mine which side Opened fire tirst
Mr- Kann served this past year ^ n0_ >Rrpcd
,hairrr "f ML M_ 5, ttS to unconditional ceasefire and
Nursery school PTA. Prior to that
she served a- member of the I stronfl) appeal to them to ad-
DUrserj school Cpmmittea) here fully to ihe armistice and
The county oomnittec serves as mac! Armistice Commission pro-
a coordinating body for the three xlM,lv (l) withdraw all prohibited
nurser) schools conducted by GM an() vchlcl(.s from the do
JCO and is resp,msitile for evaiuat- _
Ing and making recominendations tensive area and to exercise rigid
for the operation of the total pre control over their troops which
school program of the ageno. Mrs. should be composed only of rcgu-
Sirkin said. ]ar wt.|| ir.uneri and disciplined
a.i r e j military units."
Outdoor Forum Sunday of |wo Israel Ml.
Secret of Happiness will he
the topic 01 the lecture bj Dr <""* who were killed Sunday night
--------------------------------------------------Abraham Wolf son. author of The when an Nrael patrol accidentally
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Tropical Chapter to meet tng .,nd Lnc A I0U yean Hap-
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Airs. Solomon Kuan
Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a luncheon and Ocean Ct, Miami Beach
card party on Tuesday noon. .- This will mark Dr Wolfi
second lecture in his course of four
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auxiliary of Coral Gables
regular business meet-
ksday evening, Sept. 13,
ibles Jewish Center.

Men's Club Will
Install Officers
, Al Gerstein will be installed
president of the Men's Club of Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion on Sunday evening, Sept. 11,
at the Casablanca hotel.
Maurice Grossman, former exec-
utive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, will
be installing officer at this fifth
annual affair.
Others to assume office are
Chares Hablow, vice president;
William Feldman, secretary; Jack
Stone, treasurer.
Board of directors are Edward
Becker, Jerry Baker, Herbert Fell-
dan. Sam Cohen, Harry Schwartz.
David Meltzer. Joseph Rutansky.
Lou Stone, Low Slotnik. Irving
Willis, William Weintraub, Her-
shey Glantz, Sam Will and Robert
Schweitzer.
Also to be installed are Herbert
Feldan, sergean at-arms; Joseph
Rutansky, delegate; Lou Stone, Abe
Figatner and Herbert Feldan. re-
freshment committee; Charles Ha-
blow, Sam Cohen and Harry Sch-
wartz, membership committee; Lou
Slotnik, blood bank; David Meltzer,
Sick and Sunshine; Jerry Baker,
Edward Becker and Sara Cohen, en-
tertainment; Sam Kosstoff and Ed-
ward Becker, publicity; and Sam
Cohen and Herbert Feldan, brunch
committee.
Rabbi Simon April will be prin-
cipal speaker, and Cantor Berele
Kelemer will present a musical
program.
PAGE 3 A
Cantor Grossberg to Chant
At Both tmeth Services
Cantor Ben Grossberg will ren-
der the musical portions of the lit-
urgy during High Holy Day serv-
ices of Beth Emeth Congregation
according to an announcement this
week.
Services will be held in the Elks
Club bldg., 125th st., and the Canal,
the announcement revealed.
Selichot is Saturday evening at
midnight. Rosh Hashona services
open Saturday morning, Sept. 17.

coordinator Carol Marks
that beginning this
: Bits on the fifth floor of
fables V A Hospital will
L__| )f the telecart service.
only patients on the
could use this bedside
Be telecart service is
by JWV Auxiliary
bven afternoons a week
|tient> confined in bed
ane tails. '.

Norman Bruce Brown
luxiliary will meet on
eveninc. Sept. 14 in
17th ave and Flagler
auxiliary will meet at
gler si.

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rival here of Rabbi Tibor Stern
with a party at the Royal Hungar-
ian restaurant.
Rabbi Stern has assumed the pul-
pit of Beth Jacob Congregation.
Among those welcoming the newly
arrived spiritual leader were Rab-
bis Jonah Caplan, Samuel Siegel,
Joseph Rackovsky, S. T. Swirsky,
Simon April, Alexander Gross,
Sherwin Stauber and Arie Becker.
Sailor to bo Speaker
Joseph Havkins will be guest
speaker of Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, at a luncheon meeting
Tuesday noon, Sept. 13, in the Di
Lido hotel. Havkins is an Israeli
sailor currently on a one-man
world tour in his 28-foot boat, the
Lamerhak II.
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Friday. September 9. 1955
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher Volume 2g Number Jb
LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editor _______"!?- --------------
What of Geneva Promises Now
The first violation of the spirit of the Big Four
Power meeting at Geneva has taken place. We
refer, of course, to Russia's secret decision last
week to arm "a major Arab nation."
The move was uncovered by our own State
r=partment. and the "major Arab nation" turn-
ed out to be none other than Egypt.
In these columns several weeks ago, we urg-
ed caution in the aftermath of the Geneva con-
ference. The Soviet's seeming about face on
rr.rny international issues notwithstanding and
despite her sudden concern for Iron Curtain
Jewry, we suggested the advisability of a pol-
icy of watchful waiting. Our only disillusion-
ment is that the Soviet breach comes so quickly.
There are those who will minimize this latest
Crmmunist movewho will argue that the
:r East does not constitute en area of ideo-
'.::\cc\ conflict between East end West and that
r.c violation of the Geneva spirit has taken
ce. But the facts are these:
It is undeniably true thai international
.sions have to a consider-
le extent since the Bia Four Power
o::-Ac. While W rders admit
they do I fully .1 Rus-
sia s reasc looking a
.uable gift horse in the mouth and will
battle between East and West to achieve
ideoloqical ascendancy in the case ot
' and industrial as
By Chaplain Merrit A. Sandhaut
(EDITOR'S WOT It Chaplain
Sandhaus U asatstant to the di-
rector of the VA's Chaplain
Service. On July 31. In celebra-
tion of the 10th anniversary of
the Service, chaplains of all
faith- ministering to hospitalized
veterans will be honored
throughout the country.)
" *** ? patient w
Aug 1 marks the 10th anniver- he will make the trie
vary of the founding of the Veter- called Thus, he bear.
ans Administration Chaplain Serv- his task in the tJ-!
ice on a national basis. Those in-
terested in the progress of humane
services in the field* of hospital world
visitation, religious counseling and "Bikur Cholirrr
specialised ministry to the sick visiting the ski; if
have |.....' ream for taking cogniz- an important element ^
ance of thi,- date. jcal life of the Jew '**
\ ii t 1. 1945. the Veterans ('f everJ n'". tovUtj
Administration Chaplain Service f N" Wt" He
formally established to "as- |?e..s,* frequently u
beneficiaries the best possible ."* ''' are just h
.....1 aiti Mtienti *ere J^
ConinnvMon
* *" lV*$-
hospital and reouw .
>>MI rabbi, 2*2 *
^-l' rabbit
Jfles away NeverU^
'ven one p,,iem^
' the tnj "
he beat
that "he who^L,
Russia, also political -
cendancy In indigent and fomenting
areas of the world.
4. Russia's offer to Egypt to arm her in the
event of war with Israel is thus another
manifestation of international Communist pol- ..,.,,.,, guidance, counseling and 5fe1re1ncM m ,hp Talr
to, advance unrest wherever it may religious services."! Prior to the 5"u,chan ruch with
,. ... n orgaruzation of this service, which "Von "' he sick T
Clearly this is no different from the position ^ Mip(.rvj.0s (he work of ap. of ministering ,n the
the Soviet has thu=far taken in Poland. Czecho- (M,,Nm.4ltHv ri8n fun-and part-time fa,) ls ,:"f at all m
Slovakia, China, Korea and Eormosa. Red ,.,,Bp|aiM f many faiths, only ,ra(1"""' However, ns
China is a bitter example that sticks in the ,Kirt time chaplain service was pro- minis,r> "n a regular, I
craw of Rusian international philosophy. Hav- \uied in Veterans Administration a"" '. f.rrals by doctsrtl
inq helped create an uncontrollable, monolithic hospitals although there were "*|j| workers;-
v somedav rhal- -me full time chaplains serving in ;s'on> con-ng t
.Vheme of World Veterans Administration domicil- ne^e arc- altogether
scheme of World ArranBemrnts in ,hosl. davs. technique, .re mtegn
State ihere -one which ma
lenge her own position in ti
Comm
her own position in the scheme of World veterans am.nr. ""'T", technique areint*ml3
.unism the Soviet for .elf-protection sub- .^CT ^ S3? ZC app'Sjj
sequently trod comparatively softly in Korea | tire problem The Vetemj
and Formosa and seems utterly amiable in the Today, however, a corp of full- istration ha- pioneered!!
matter of the future destinies of an independent and part time chaplains, fully qual- proach and is deeply sag
Austria and reunited Germanv. ifieJ <"< lexically endorsed and lts further development
l>r. it. ssionally supervised, provide The story of the V
But the Arabs can present no such challenge a complete and effective religious ministration chaplam
to the Soviet and their offer ol lo Egvpt ministry to all hospitalized veter- fold in terms of tail
is totally safe, since it parallels her past sue- "* 'rhc .National Jewish Welfare liSious ronifc.
cessfu! other areas of the world. Bit *>ard (omm.ssion on Jewish p.,icnts ^ited The
lerly amusinq is Mr. Dulles' warning to Russia (J^^,7" dor ne comm s "1 "';,himcal *"
,__* anil I rotcktant endorsing commis- which to n leasure theu
last week not to qive milita: e to the Muns WM instrumeiital in helping ,hc chaplain* make toft
Arabs. For under his foreign policy, this is pre- ,,, hring mto existence the Veter- and spiritual welfare of]
cisely what the U.S. has been doing during the ans Administration Chaplain Sen- 1/0.1 veten
past three years. It continues to play a vital Chaplain William
e in the recruitment and en- the Veteran* Adminbti
action
munism. Well.
visit major
?s.
2. The apparent dea atemational
tension has heightened the significance
Of the strugc'.e in the Near East. It casts
new light on the roles Russia, on the
: e hand, and the United States and
Britain, on re played there.
-. These roles clearly syi the classic

The British Knack for Prestidigitation
The British seem to have estc
8 reputation (oi rht hand
know what their lef
During the last cei (oi rxar.iple, when
rr.^ny of Britain's famed phUosophers were Miami Leader New ZOA Reaion Pretirfant
expounding on concepts of social and economic
justice, the British brouaht to it, ascendancy
tne mightiest Empire on the face of th earth
rtnWuKiPn9 gl0nhed colon'li8m
w.th a kind of heartfelt passion that has never
seen rivalled anywhere.
This enviable talent seems never to have
~een lost by the British once acquired. Current
Near Fn* AitHr-x.!.;,__________^ '"'"
tration appointment.
provided
There are at the present time *TV
173 activated VA hospitals with an' T"' 3 ''
average dally patient load of sp- Part ""
bed with
Mind Jfwi in goe< frail
ing-eye Sfl
Mr. Dulles had argued that American as- average .
sistance to the Arabs would help contain Com- proximately 108.000 Scning the
are five full time >"* -unm^ the k.n*
lleU and courage that only
Brevis
tion
....^.v.i-0 iM. t/uuvs uinn now ""-ii RHiva miai in 101 hospi Buffalo :- a boon
the treachery and opportunism are clearlv etch- tals which would be utterly with- whom he fmo ir
ed on the pages of Arab histc two---------------------------------------------------------"
World Wars.
But the fundamer.-al cone that Russia ~
now readies herself to help the Arab, flaunt
he : e agree: ,e] and th
the altar of tional duj
Near East difficulties are a case in point. Her l "coqnm0n being accorded this
S^OVren' lQSt W6ek ^ded S munity ^ alklir9 0{ the Amicn Jewish com
^IfLF^P?80^ as a.maior achievement in
The Southeast region of the Zionist Organiza-
!l^mlnca concluded its annual conven-
t>on early this week in Miami Beach.
B Ue^r't"' f the reaion was Svmour
B. Liebman. a long-time national ZOA leader
and active m numerous Greater Miami aHats
The election of Mi. Liebman indicates tb.
r;r?ftJ^.'."">'^ -S ft-
munity.
r7I S*rovJ!f raa,or achievement in
ntemational affaus-although The Times of ,We are certain his election auaurs wll k.
I .Z0 conse7ativ*lY asserted that the f"ture Warns of ZOA', Sofi^^
tonsoflheproposcj. go no further than those We <* also confident that i7w11 9 n
in an address before the Foreign Relations ?r9aation of America, a. well o. J Z
Council of New York some ten days ago w^^8 hoih locallY awTnationa,lv "
Bntam s right hand again struck out in a nove yn^ m ,he ***** nunie ou M
and seemingly inexpUcable direction. ZOA Prgams. numerous Miami
wh'J ^ S,a,9' not ^ael. can offer Britain acquaim^S T ^ chosen a ^n well'
T^JST 2^ 5 the Middle tasX" The ting ZTztnT* n, Prblem* cu"ntly bS
Times of London declared. Thus colonialim .kL ^nist movement here and tK, u
triumphed once more-with Ih^cSrdarf a nQt,n' and h ^ntribuuon to toP^V
hollow Britiah cry for justice still ringtg mean- f^^VSJSS1 *^** %'
lessly xn our ears. JJJJ th. reg.on and to the organiStiSTS
Please Let Us Into
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Bptember 9, 1955
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PAGE 5 A
;sah Groups Prepare to Open
Season as Installations Scheduled



Lw
irjroup of Hadassah will
Lstal|ti<>0' piM"K.,Pn
Von. SjfPtMMiifl lhe -A|-
M,3. Samuel Z.Sakra>
resident of the Greater
jpter of Hadassah, will
| following officers:
.Minnies Ira Krivitzin,
Sol Silverman, Philip
la,k Udell. Irving Westin.
Khain, vice presidents;
dnian. financial secretary;
|eph. treasurer; Ben Mile-
fcponding secretary; Ben
fan, recording secretary.
rivitzin, who has just re-
om a Irip to Israel, will
-My impressions of Is-
*
|a Szold Croup of Ha-
\\ combine the first meet-
M.ir with a membership
they meet on Monday
12, ;it the Algiers ho-
Mrs San Frankel pre-
r~ Joseph Press is mem-
hairiiKin Mrs. Jonah Cap-
psent a nni-ical program.
i *
eting of the newly form-
[(imui) will take place in
ot Mrs Mot Feingold,
leights dr., at noon, on
i- Sidney Lefcourt will

s,
I
ram?
emit
Ivm S Smith, member-
lan. has coordinated
de ol the Salad Bowls."
ship luncheon to be held
ral Cable- Women's Club
ij- noon. Sept. 12.
illiam Hechler, program
will pre-ent a musical
jat:ng most of the proj-
en Movies taken at the
stallatmn luncheon will
. headed by Mrs. Harry
Dnsor captain, will be
1 at the luncheon.
odmiwi (iroup of Hadas-
ave an installation of
|or the ensuing year at a
n Sunday morning, Sept.
1 Algiers hotel.
ttecar Sindcll, Chapter
will be installing offi-
presKlmm, consisting of
Bernstein, Miss Frances
id Miss Dorrit Parker will
ed in lieu of president.
fficcrs to be installed are
Misa Evelyn Brown
Osius IxiIk-1, vice presi-
b. Rose Coldner, corre-
secretary; Miss Lillian
fciM-dmi: secretary; Miss
tz, financial secretary;
iain Keller, treasurer; and
ii\e in the Chapter
I look.
rsch, of the Sam Hirsch
>rama, will give a dra-
ms, and Miss Debra
hter of the outgoing
|SchooJ Opens
'Year Here
I house" party on Wed-'}
f" 7. w..s the sinal for]
f 'he \jevt School's!
ol continuous operation. |
the -. hool, led by direc-
Ida G. Lear, played
I youngsters and
its on the spacious
lu''!> at 1010 West ave.,
toh
J??1 s fa'l semester at the
* feature many new in-
t and a heavy interest has
'*" for the sailing and
Wrses in the school's own
small boats. The boating
*'U be taught by quali-
urtors who have been li-
>-v the American Red
r<; I^ar said.
curriculum for students of
* from kindergarten
Preparatory and college,
\ fi' red.
Lady and Son Desire
|tom and Board
president of the Goodman Group.
Mrs. AWfed Knife-;" *m play and
'sin* .4nme;ttf1Vr'origm'aT cormVo
i gtlMlisXt'l '
n *i v ''..
Shaloma Group of Hadassah will
hold an installation of officers at
the Delano hotal on. Monday noon.
Sept. 12, Mrs. Milton Sirkin will
proside as instating officer. Offi-
cer of the u-y is Mrs. Harry Pla-
toff. Officers to be installed are
. the Mesdames Martin Goldstein
i president; Morris Miller, Max Roth-
feld, Samuel Frankel and Mrs.
Maurice Kovnat, vice presidents;
Florence Berkowitz. financial sec-
retary Abraham Rubin, treasurer;
Harry Kohn, recording secretary;
Morris Kripple and Lillian Book-
binder, social secretaries; Bernard
| Goldberg, parliamentarian; Abra-
ham Mason, Bernard Goldberg,
[Jack Bernard and Nat Waldman.
honorary vice presidents.
* *i
Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha-
dassah will hold its installation
ceremonies at Sept. meeting in the
Monte Carlo hotel at 1 p.m.
Mrs. F. Bernard will install Mrs.
Daniel Sternfield as president;
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, Mrs. Bacr
Zuckerbraun and Mrs. Aaron Tep-
per/vice presidents; Mrs. Adolph
Levantin, recording secretary; Mrs.
Jack Bernstein, financial secretary.
Ai ilniorc
Miss Helene I. Degutz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Degutz, 735 40th at., Mi-
ami Beach, celebrated her
sweet 16th birthday at the
Algiers hotel on Aug. 30 with
a luncheon and swim party
for 35 friends. Miss Degutz is
a senior at Miami Beach High
School.
Mrs. Barnett Mindel, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Joseph Suss-
man, social secretary; Mrs. Joseph
Smith, treasurer; and Mrs. Morris
Lencer, parliamentarian.
New Dromedary Cake Mixes Streamline
Kosher home-baking for the holi-'with a rich, moist tenderness that
days, an art once limited to worn- is unique in modern baking. In ad-
en whose first love was the kitchen, dition, Dromedary has developed
is. finding more and more deyof&,,*<# other exclusive feature as
these days, thanks to the time-say- pre-creaming a super-Mending
,niK rase and assurance of perfect process that produces a super-
I results provided by''amazing 'new Vrrroolh batter with 150 fewer rhix-
Dromedary Cake Mixes. |ing strokesand the handy tv.in
Today, even the career woman packtwo separate, sealed packets
with only a rudimentary knowledge of cake mix in every box, enabling
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out a spectacaiar variety of glamor- cake, half for cookies, or make two
eus kosher cake.s and cookies with identical layers without the bother
all the skill of an expert. And even of measuring.
the experts themselves, in stead-1 An advantage for small families
fly increasing numbers, are aban- is that the twin pack permits us-
doning the laborious old-time pro- ing one half for a small cake and
cedure of mixing their own ingretl- saving the other half, sealed f .r
ients in favor of the streamlined perfect freshness, for later use.
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ble by Dromedary Cake Mixes. holiday home-baking, there are six
But streamlining is just one fac- new Dromedary Mixes that can be
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.pletely new shortening, strictly they're produced under the strict
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I cially developed for Dromedary of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
to produce higher, fluffier cakes, of America.S.T.
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PAGE 6 A
Liebman Elected
Southeast Region
ZOA President
The first Floridian ever elected
to the post. Miami .Beach attorney
Seymour B. Liebman. took office
this week as president of the
Southeastern Region of the Zionist
Organization of America at the
18th annual convention of the or
ganization. He succeeded Leo 1
Burson of Memphis
Liebman. a director and general
counsel for the Bank of Miami
Beach, moved up from his position
as chairman of the administrative
committee of the region. He is S
member of the national executive
committee of the ZOA and chair-
man of the High Holy Days ap-
peals committee for the (Ireater
Miami drive for Israel Bonds.
A. Arthur Pekelncr. president of
the Miami Zionist District who
served as convention chairman,
was elected treasurer of the region,
which recently moved its head-
quarters from Atlanta to Miami
Beach. More than 500 person* at-
tended various sessions of the four-
day conclave.
Principal meeting of the con-
vention was a Sunday night ban-
quet at which Jacque- Torayner,
national vice president of ZOA, in-
stalled the ofl
Col Barrj Han! iw consul in
the Israel office nation in
New N ork and m
pi "has ; the i. I si
lents in i
impress the other Vrab U
she i- mtrj
nting Israel He at- I'-M"
tributi 'I the \t a Sal t meetii
Graveside Services Thursday
for Mrs. Inez Apte, 4$
Mrs. Inez R. Apte. 48, wife of
Day J. Apte, past president of
Temple Israel, died Friday in Los
Angeles after several months of
illness Services were held in Leo
Beck Temple Sunday.
Remains have been sent to Mi-
ami for interment in Temple Is-
_____*
wh' Ser,ion Gn
Ukp Plce ThurC^
officiating.
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Zionist aid for Israel in the forthcoming year is studied by
(left to right] Seymour B. Liebman. Col. Barry Harel^and
Jacques Torczyner, at Mondays closing session of the South-
eastern remonal convention of the ZOA. Liebman wa elected
president of the region during the convention which heard
addresses by Col. Harel. Israeli vice consul, and Torczyner
national viceCoresident of ZOA. Col. Harel also was principal
speaker at an Israel Bonds luncheon Tuesday at which Lieb-
in presided.
Marts, national executive
v b nations and I ector <>i ZOA called lor re
breakdown in internal affairs m vived Z ovemenl to be try
leaders ol Jewish political expree-
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Programs of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center net under way with the ap-
proach of the fall season. Here, youngsters
participate in a dancing session as part of
the many activities oi GMJCC to fulfill the
needs of all age groups in Greater Miami.
Sunday Ceremony
To Fete Sapero
Burning of the mortgage ol Beth
Raphael Congregation will take
place at eeremonic- Sunday eve
ning, Sept 11. at Beth Raphael
N"W 3rd ave.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Israelite
Center spiritual leader, will ren-
der the invocation Rabbi S T
Swirsky, of Congregation Beth El;
Rabbi Simon April, of Miami He
brew School; and Rabbi Max
piro will be among principal
speakers.
To be honored are Juliu^
pero. president, and Philip Child-
novsky for their contribution to
the mortgage burning.
Sapero, originally from Bait i
more, came to Miami in 1924. Dur-
ing the 1926 hurricane, he waded
through the storm in order to save
the Scrolls of Law of the syna- <
gogue.
Instrumental in purchasing the
present edifice, his subsequent
contributions were also responsible
for renaming the congregation j
from Downtown Synagogue to Beth I
Raphael in memory of his parents.
Long active in local civic affairs,
he is an ardent Zionist and a
guardian of Israel.
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WlLi *d-r-g ? "-t
im Given
be Degree
Ueim WU ordained in
28 Rabbi Heim may
spiritual leader in
or Conservative con-
fine United States and
Irding to an announce-
ck.
, acquired most oi bi^
Ding >n Hungary and
8a. His studies were
k Nazi activity prior
g World War II.
,ual leader arrived in
|tatc< in 1949. He has
taunt to Rabbi Mor-
. Coral Gables Jewish
Las the first spiritual
Yak-ah-Miami Springs
K.
ist three years, Rabbi
fved in the capacity of
jer ot Flagler-Granada
nunity Certter.
Was granted Rabbi
mierman
ird Head
Shinderman, of the
pManagement Corpora-
ctcd chairman of the
company at the an-
^ meeting this week.
Bernard B. Shinder-
Ltinue to serve as pres-
management corpora-
who has operated
beading resort proper-
kona. Wisconsin and
that, "efficient, pro-
Lpert> operation is the
pf an owner's profits.
Supervision is a round-
Kvi: la> a week job.
[i.i .< property staffed
| company insures con-
erational supervision,
expert knowledge in
genient problems of a
lure
past three months
|ha- spent the summer
vising the activities of
I country club proper-
by the Shinderman
i Corporation.
Heim by the Jewish Theological
Seminary of Chicago. While study-
ing for his examinations, the rabbi
also attended classes at North-
western University. Here, he is a
senior at the University of Miami,
majoring in human relations, psy-
chology and education.
He will receive the AB degree
in January, -1956 and will there-
after engage in studies leading to-
ward the Master's degree.
ADL Distributes
School Calendars
Principals and teachers of Dade
county public schools are receiving
this week the new Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith 1955 56
school calendar and memorandum
date booklet, it has been an-
nounced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Flor
Published by the ADL, the school
calendar contains the major holi-
days and holy days of the various
religious faiths, patrotic and legal
holidays and other commemrative
occasions. These are designed par-
ticularly as an aid to teachers and
school administrators in planning
school programs and functions. The
calendars are being personally pre-
sented to the principal of each
Dade county public school by teams
of B'nai B'rith Lodge and Wom-
en's Chapter ADL committee mem-
bers.
The current distribution marks
the fifth anniversary presets lion of
the calendars. Chairman of dis-
tribution is Mrs. Esther Spiegel-
man, member of Miami B'nai B'dith
Women's Chapter. The distribution
is being coordinated through the
Greater Miami ADL Council, of
which George Kronengold is chair-
man, and the Florida Anti-Defama-
tion League office.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gonshor celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary Tuesday night at the Royal Hungarian restau-
rant. Participating in the ceremony were Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross and a host of friends and relatives. The Gonshors were
presented with a plague for "outstanding and devoted serv-
ice" to the Hebrew Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Gonshor are
founders of the Hebrew Academy and active board members.
The Gonshors arrived in this country in 1921 and settled in
Holyoke, Mass. They are residents of Miami Beach for the
past 12 years.
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8810 Dickens avc.
school paper Barbara Millmen. Shes been attending -^looltlu. summer
01 only at Barry but also at the CM Barbara's J*^toJ?2
vyrs was recently announced, and Bhe and Dance Howard art dim
riTg a January wedding. .
Wellesley College at WeUealey. Mass., is nol without ts outside
activities to keep people like pretty Harriet Upton "W^vv.
Harriet Is the daughter of proud parents Mr. and Mrs Joseph M.
Lipton, of tinl 47th st., Miami Beach. An English major *******
,mer school at the UM and at Wellesley is an avid tennis playei
>>>
Miami Beach's Gilda Dahiberg has returned to the States from a
opean tour. ..
Its not well well know in these parts, but she's the newlj acquired
t of Basil Heatter, whose father. Gabriel Heatter, la the noted radio
< : imentator. .
Basil recently married the former Lila Greenspan,
ghter ot one of Gilda's several sisters
Mrs Sam Lew. ol Kingston Jamaica, left Miami after visit with \|jss IVjillkc'I's Veil of Hosopoillt LflCC
Si SWSStStS'.....*"T.......' .....; Augment* Ivory Pure Silk taffeta Gown
With Mrs Levy on her stay here were her daughter, Adrienne, anil
who i- the
Mrs. Harvtf Ifcr/icfc
/Mrs. Pawl Blm
*'. Utnri J, m]
hen Darryl Myers. .
Darryl is the great grandson of the founder of Myers Hum, which
gram's bought recently. .
The happy threesome had been Visiting Mrs. Alice Brandson,
4220 \W 2nd st Miami.
ol
Miss Ash Marries
Harvey Khrlich
France- Barbara Ash's lucky
number must be four She met her
husband, Harvej .lemme Khrlich,
June 4. 1950, berime engaged June
4. 1955. and was married on Sun-
Pishing is in the new-" And (tagging it over the Labor Day week- rjav. the fourth day of September
When the Herbert Shers returned from a visit to Louisville, K\
ej brought Hanna's brother, Isaac Berman, back with them for I Sttj
: several week-. .
Isaac has recentl) retired from a clothing business in Louisville,
, h his father founded 75 yeai
While in Louisville, Hanna and Herb met their son, Fred, who is
iied at Ft. Reilly, Kansas
down at Shark River and the Gulf of Mexico were these noted
n about town .
Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Fedcra-
1 n executive director Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, Jewish Flondian pub-
r Fred K. Shochet, Miami Riverside's Edward Newman and Stanley
Srier.
The bridegroom's father. Rabbi marriage Miss Patrieia Irene Fran-
Herman l> Bloom Vidalia. Ga and kel and Paul Irving Bloom.
hi- brother, Rabbi Samuel Bloom.1 others taking part in the 6:30
Amsterdam, N Y participated in p.m. service in the Fontainebieau
the ceremony which united in hotel Aug. 30 were Rabbi Leon
Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. Temple Beth Sholom.
The bride is the daughter of the
Raymond G. Frankels. 4333 Pine
Tree dr., Miami Beach. She wore
for her wedding a gown of ivory
pure silk taffeta with lac* accents.
The skirt extended in a cathedral
train.
Her veil of roscpoint lace, bor-
rowed from a cousin. Mrs. Nancy
Russack Lorber. fell from a Juliet
cap of rose point lace and taffeta.
She carried white orchids and step-
hanotis with a mother-of-pearl
i
r
< m
Miss Ash i- the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Lewi- I. A-h. 1195 Nor-
mandy dr. Miami Beach Her fa-
ther gave her in marriage
Her gown was of chant illy lace
embroidered with pearls and se
prayer-book.
Rabbi Lehrman took the lead in all divisions to add to a prize catch qu,nv arKj a chapel length train. A| The bride's strand of pearls was
n some 300 fish. Following I long battle, the Rabbi landed his first' jeweled crown of flower sprays a gift of the bridesroom.
on. which i- now being mounted held her fingertip veil She carried She also wore heirloom earrings
> > > two white orchids and lillies-of-the-'which were given her by another
The Abe Goldmans are back after an exciting trip to Mexico Aba valley on a white Bible, which was cousin. Mrs. Betty Wilchins Miller,
i .iththe Miami. I"something; borrowed" Her moth- Cincinnati.
heir travels they met the Barney Lees he- a pillar at the er\ lace hanky was something1
pearl jewelry, "some-
'' me for the AgedE. Albert Pallot and Bill Shayne. Small world, old." her
-.i> thing new "
>>>' c Mr- Milton Myers, sister the
When the Louis Heimans wn this weekend, they'll be ac- bridegroom, wore ,i teal and white
r charm ghter, Mickey, who is off to Gaine.s- wait/length gown and earned pink
" of Florida carnations as matron of honor.
Marcella and Loo set tin On Hot Springs and Milton Myers was beat, man for
a briel n there his brother-in-law
25 Sh Ir North l- now a place of re-t for the Jack Toppells. Mr
eft their lovely home \ spend five week- m the Pocooos avc Coral Gables
,-.r the camp where their children. Kenneth. Dorothy ami Cynthia, Morton Levin, cmi-in
staying bride, was Usher
Then hack for a brief stay here before a return trip to Svracu i F ibbl Mayer ADfamowitl per-
nd the wedding of Lois Hodes to Arnold Goldberg. Lois :- Jack's formed the ceremon) in the chapel
of the North Shore Temple a re
While Bert stayed on in Syracuse, Jack returned to Miami Beach, eeptn.n at the Temple was followed
Red the bridal couple, who spent their honevmixm at ''> a dinner at Lincoln Manor
Fontainebieau Now, Bert and Jack are together again she return-
< lu-re Monday
Mrs Jerry Schechter. New York
and Miami Beach, was matron of
honor Miss Paula Roberson and
Miss Anne Cas.se 11. Oklahoma City,
were bridesmaids.
Samuel Kaplan was best man.
1 shers included David E Frankel,
brother of the bride, and William
Ko-enthal. New York and Palm
Mr Fhriich is the son of Mr and Beach
rs Nathan Fhrl.ch. 820 SU 34th I)mner of
Mth
the
><
Back in Miami after a cool vacation at Duncraggan Inn n
Vllle are the S. J. Speetors, Max Hoffmans. Joseph Bermans and
nters, Carol and Dale. .
ed the wedding. The bridegroom's
mother accompanied his father
here for the event. After a honey-
moon in Nassau, the newly-weds
will go to Charleroi, Pa., where Mr.
Bloom will conduct High Holy Day
services
In October, they will go to Cin-
cinnati to live while Mr. Bloom
completes his senior year at He-
brew I'nion College. He will be or-
dained as a rabbi next June, then
a chap-
Bul there- really no rest for the wearv because charming little "^C
Kenneth is to be confirmed Oct 1. and with invitati m ,n the T< > LlVC till Ht'llll
r-.il. plan* for a celebration are in the offing. M "UIUI
Mr and Mrs Hen Bonfield, 4620 ent'r the armed forces as
Prairie avc Miami Beach, an- j""-_________
n ounce the marriage of their I------------------------------------------
daughter Sydelle to Bdward Je-
Still basking in North Carolina- cool breeze- are Mr and Mrs r"n"' Wn;"' of the late Isadora
A J. England, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs Edward *"'' Fann> S[>" '' '" N '
LawrwMa and children. Karen and Joe, the H. Lichtensteins and the ... bi M m AhramowiU. North
M. Rosenbergs.
Judy Lee, bom Aug 28 at Mercs Hospital The
at home with her parents Harold and Marilyn
Shore Jewi h (enter spiritual lead
cr- at the 4 pm ,
monj Sundaj Sept 4 on the lawn
ot the bride home
The groom'i meo Dorothj Iota
Us.el ll'U m..,.l ./ "...
Brusscl.
Vital Statistics
t arrival is now
Tcwayer. .
Frequent visitors to 6160 SU 16th ter are ,
[ and Mrs. Henry Semov.t, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tokay,, who 7**- *~
recently arrived from Brooklyn to make Miami their permanent home '^ Nl'w Y* to -e his hes,
> c i e ar>d ring bearer
Returned north after vacationing here at the White Rohm ,re Mr
She is a national officer of Mitrachi Women
Beach, they were entertained b) the Samuel
K.rgers, I. H Kramers. Isidore Spoilers. Julius
and Mrs. Sol Silberman.
was maid of honor slcj
"I the iroom, flew in
man
and Mrs. Louis Wald.
While in Miami
Grundwergs, Emanue
Fcsenblooms and Mr
> >
More Vital Statistics:
I. Kanholz,
<'.: Jghter and
The Kanh
also contemplating a trip to Israel in the near"fuhii
> >
N'-wl> wed Mr- Whit, aitet
nnch Junior College and
's.tV
ami The groom i
Lubj Chevrolet
Following
i a
associated with
a twow.ek hooey.
ital Statistics. Proud grandparent- are Mr. and Mrs. Saul m"n ",ur">K trough Fl,,ndV,hP
dsonmtw h"mk1t6>of,heb,r,hf-<*'-SSz** 2KritiS!
d son-in-law. the Max Bennetts, of New York City ^ r' h B.scayne p| M Murm
nholta, plan to spend the holidays ,n Gotham Town and are Beach- '
plating a trip to Israel in the near future Among out-of-town gue-t
x,* buffet dinner were Ma
Back from Nassau after a weeks vacation there are Mr .d Mr. """an Brussel and tvLfi?
Murray Lipinsky of mi SW 12th ct. "* ** the groom's7+f ESft
News is that the Nassau trek was a second honeymoon for one nr'ana n"
the loveliest couples in town. --------- or one 0I bride-
Mr. and Mrs. Lipinsky were married in Nassau five years ago.
Among out-f.,own gues,
' "inner were M? and Mrs
Joan.
er. brother in law
Mrs Jean Kohl, the
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley We.^r
Miss AlpcrtWo
Norman H. Dil
Mis- Ann Alpert
Norman II Diamondi
monies Sunday. Sept41
giers hotel Kabbi'
, Temple Emana-B
offici
The bride it Hi
Mr- Loui F Alpert.1
Miami Beach The gn*(
of Mrs Tessie r"B,,3
llate Eugene Diamond, t
Given in marriage f
father. Jay Alpert. I
attired in a walU-lenjdil
dress which featured ir
three-quarter sleevei.
and full -kirt Herbal
pure silk illusion 1
length veil.
She carried the sjerj
grandmother carried *]
wedding icnu-ny
Matron of honor ]
Kosenberg. of Jack
Paul Di.-iinond ''
Mviikiii. K;i|'H
Exchange Vo^
Miss it.ta M.vmaBj""
Kaplan were marriefl.
noon. Sept 4. in 2-J!
pie KimmuKI. R*"*1
man officiated
The bride is the.
Harry M>mnl47,lla
am, Beach The t*fl
are Mr and *
8011 Cecil st- M'**
C.iven in marriaf
ents. the bride
wedding gown
and tulle
Matron of boa*
vyn Leventhal Sf ^
L roceptK- If**i
noo, at Temp*


sr 9. 1955
JsMlhrJdrk>r
V'll'i""
PAGE 9 A
Miss Siegel Chooses Imported Lace
For Sunday Rites With Gerald Freed
W i iHT-Kalin
Irs. Slanlon Boss
Mrs. CtreM Freed
i
Oene Troop
Mrt. Bert Soul
jeibow Becomes Mrs. Bass;
Jouple Honeymoon in Caribbean
Bl Adrionnc I-eibow and
exchanged vows in 7
lelifiht ceremonies Sun-
\g. Sept 4. at the Fon-
hotei Rabbi Irving
ficiated.
Leibow, 10 South Shore dr. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Bass, 1293 NE 161st st.
Given in marriage by her broth-
er-in-law, Ray Mufson, the bride
chose a silk tulle gown featuring a
.cibow and the late Dr.
is the daughter of Mn>. fitted shirred bodice, handclipped
alencon lace, embroidered with
pearls and paillettes and outlined
with sweetheart neckline. The
short sleeves were complemented
by matching mitts, and the very
full skirt was highlighted with ap-
pliques of lace and pearls and end-
ed in a full cathedral train of
tulle.
The French silk illusion veils
were caught up by a handmade
bonnet of tulle entwined with lily-
of the valley. She carried a bou-
quet of with orchids and stephano-
tis. Pearl earrings worn by the
bride were.the aame as those worn
fcinman Bride
I Bert Saul
of Madelyn G a y 1 e
daughter of Mr. and
p Wnnman. 1292 SW
Miami, to Mr. Bert Saul,
. Herbert Saul and the
ul. Holhwood, Fla., and
la., took place at the
]o hotel on Sunday eve-
4. at 6:30 p.m., the date
th anniversary of the
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot officiated
at the noon wedding on Sunday,
Sept. 4. uniting Miss Doris G. Sie-
gel and Mr. Gerald E. Freed, in
HibiaeiU Lodge. Miss Siegel is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
M. Siegel, Teaneck, N.J., and Mr.
Freed is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Y. Freed, 970 NE 118th st.,
Miami.
The ceremony took place at an
altar decorated with wedding arch
of shellpink and white flowers.
Best man was Victor J. Zelazny.
Given in marriage by her par-
ents, the bride chose an imported
rose point lace redingote over a
waltz-length nylon tulle bouffant
gown made with lace midriff. The
redingote featured a Queen Ann
collar, tailored point to hand
sleeves and was fashioned in cut-
away style with handclipped lace
edge. Her fingertip-length veil of
imported French illusion fell from
a bonnet of matching lace, the de-
sign outlined with miniature beach
and seedpearls.
She carried a white satin Bible
centered with two white hybrid
orchids and showered with lily-of-
thc-valley.
POSITION WANTED
Refined lady wishes to ba com-
panion for semi-invalid. Own car.
Also general office work. Phone
PL 8-6748.
Miss Mimi Freed, sister of the
groom, was maid of honor. Flower
girl was Ann Gail Cohen, cousin of
the groom. Miss Gloria Siegel, cou-
sin of the bride, took charge of the
guestbook. Floral designs were
executed by the Blackstone Flower
Shops.
The bride is a graduate of Wal-
ton High School, attended Hunter
College and Columbia University
and graduated from the Julliard
School of Music. She is a member
of Arista Honor Society.
The groom is a graduate of Mai-
den High School and attended
Northwestern University and the
University of Miami. He is Chan-
cellor Commander of Miami Beach
Lodge 170, Knights of Pythias.
and a member of Ojus Kiwanis and
Hibiscus Lodge 275 F. A.M., Miami
Beach.
For her going away costume the
bride chose a shellpink linen en-
semble with white accessories and
white orchid corsage. Upon com-
pletion of a wedding trip by motor
to New Jersey and New York, the
newlyweds will reside at 1755 Mar-
seilles dr., Normandy Isle, where
Mr. Freed is co-owner of the Guncz
Construction Company.
Job,
'TOGUST BROS RV/
n
enU
Rabbi was Jerome I by her sister when she was mar-
ried.
. of Tampa. Dinner and
lowed at the hotel,
chose a ballerina-
JBs> "' sheer gossamer ny-
m.l hand-clipped import- ^ .
Jrtype lace over lustrous
strapless fitted bodice
one! in rows of small
Mrs. Melvin faclbae/
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Ray Mufson in a French.fjfjgg Caplin Brill C
Kino nnl H/iu>n CKn *-** a-I a **- I -
blue net gown. She carried a cas-!
Of Mr. Bochner
Nephew of the groom Melvin. Sonia Caplin wore a wnite ,ace
Epstein was best man. Ushers were!gown when sne bmi the bride
illv ier?me, BlattJC0USm fJhe gI?m; of Marvin R. Bochner Au?. 28.
The- ^ .r vT. of uSusuS iRlchard Gjnsburg nephew of the The bride is the daughter of
fullv XrodUnnUX'!grTOm: S,dney Gub,n'thegrooms Mrs. Pauline Caplin. with whom
-'""IE brother-in-law; Stanley Shrager. a sne llvec, at 1540 SW 17th ave.. and
1 frend from Philadelphia. Pa. |Morris CapIin> also of r.,iami. Mr
The couple met as students at jcaplin gave her in marriage,
the University of Miami. Mrs. Bass [
is formerly of New York and at- The 3 P m wedding took place
tended Columbia University before in Betn Davld Synagogue.
Mrs. Harvey Caplin, bride I sla-
ter in law, was her only attendant.
Sanford Bochner was his brother's
Her" husband, now U his 'senior .best man They are the sonsof
year, is president of the Pre-Den- Mr, andMrs^ Sidney Bochner, 200o
tal Association and attended Tern
tlee\e fitted bolero type
hatching hue with but-
i Ihe front and a tiny
ollai f.nished the outfit. ^ran*s"fereing"to"tne~UM*Sn^ la Mai
was "fchantilly-l secretary o lhe Pre.Dental Asso-
i satin Dutch cap|Ciation and preSent vice president.
Js&aj

clusters ol shimmering
and bud a double lllu
tip length veil. She car-
orchuK on a satin-cov-
booh
'> only attendant was
Miss Sandra Lee Wein-
wax maid of honor. Mr.
aul was best made for
lr. Ushers were Martin
brother of the bride, Sid-
r. Jack Kramer and An-
iti in
mer Miss Weinman is a
of (hi- I Diversity of
here she was president
n Women's Honorary
as well as
f the IliUei Foundation
'omen Student's Associa-
lso attended George
" University in Wash
C. uhere she was a
Phi Sigma Sigma soror-
presently working as a
phnician
attended Georgia Tech
, where he was a mem-
Epsilon Phi fraternity.
_*" president of the DSI
I AZA He is presently
tic I niversity of Miami.
!E TROOP
[T*H0T0CRAPNie,
5td'- Studio Bridal
[>" C.id,j Wedding
pie University in Philadelphia be-
fore coming here to live.
Following a dinner and recep-
tion in the Rosewood suite of the
Fontainebleau, the couple are
honeymooning in the Caribbean.
They will reside in Miami Beach.
NW First ter.
Reception at the Chateau motel,
Miami Beach, followed the cere-
mony. The couple then left on a
wedding trip to Havana and Vera-
dero Beach, Cuba.
When they return, they will live
at 87 NW 32nd pi.
I st
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Gelber, Libman
Plan Oct. 23 Rites
An Oct. 25 ceremony ie_MualreftL
will unite in marriage Miss Bleema
Gelber and Robert ft Libman.
Their engagement is announced
by the bride-elect- parents, M'
.,,, m,s Nathan Gelber. Weal
mount, Quebec. Her fiance is the
Mn ,.i Mr. and Bra. Abe Libman.
1440 Ocean dr. Miami Beach.
Miss Gelber attended schools in
Canada Mr. Libman attended the
University tH California and ha-
fusl completed an advanced course
in hotel management at Cornell
University. He served three years
in the Air Force.
Mr Libman will become assist-
ant manager of the Versailles Ho-
tel in November.
. .'' -- *- -
Mist Myffc* oo
.lack Shapiro Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Eclvthe Roof f Troth
To Medical Student
Jack Shapiro, son of Mr. and
Mr- Joseph Shapiro. f*29 Meridian
vc Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Sept. 10. at the Hebrew Academy
,u ,., Kabbi Alexander S. Gross will otti
.nnouncement of the engage
.. of her daughter. Ed>the. to Ce { ^
St; nley Joel Cannon ,> being ma c ,rn,, Md will read the
Mrs. hsteile Root, ol m Ocean com Sitih;(th pii|.tmn tr Scroll.
The bride-clcct is a graduate of Attending the Academy since
I mi Beach High School and of Kindergarten, the Bar Mitzvah is
( Diversity ol Miami she is .. honor student and active b) the
B'nej Akiva Group
His father is a tounder of the
Hebrew Acsdemy and a member
of th< Academy's board tion Mrs Shapiro i~ social ccc-
as well as a member of the
a graduate assistant at the
u I \,. to receive ii< r
ter's degree in psy< bolog) nexl
e K.iylhe is a past pre-:
Sigma Lambda Ph
tj at : n< asun r I I'-. Chi,
hologj In iorarj She .- a
iber 'i Phi Kappa Phi m holas-
ionoj if Nu K
anley, son Ol Mr and Mrs ir-
\. a inon, ol 339 Catalonia
is a junior at Duke L'niver
School ol Medicine He
. I<
red BS irj from
As an undergraduate, he
circulation mar. the
nich member ol men's stu-
I
D.I.S He
\mer-
I of
he Ai
ol Hebrew
M. men
Kiddush
will be held m honor oi the Bar
Mitzvah
guests present, will be
Ri and Mrs Bernard Salt/man.
parents from Chicago Rabbi
Mr- H Klein, and Mr and Mrs
San Kramer, all of Mt Clemens,
Mich.
wi .
t umn
will taki
I Marks
!' i' Mitzvah
el. soi '' d Mrs S
will become Bar
during Satui
ol Beth I m
el is an eighth grade student
Ik i andoah Junior Huh Si
been attending Beth David
Jock Shapiro
Jacobsons to Mark
50th Anniversary
Two BQth wedding anniversar)
partu instead ol one will l>o
celebrated b) Mr and Mr- David
Jacobson, ol 1230 N\\ 50th <-t
1 ii Sept 11 friends and
relatives will attend a cocktail
part) and open house at the Jacob
son home, marking the occasion
The first -uch celebration was held
.! week: at the home ol
their ton, Owen Jordan in York
town Hi bu ". v Jordan is the
well-known radio and TV actor.
who is current!) i i i I in the
u of Italian and Spanish
films

His parents will make floral offer
ings to mark the occasion at the
for the past three Saturday servici
Out-of-town guests will ncludc
Mrs Herman Wand. Arlington Va
and Mr- I) Orloff, Philadelphia,
year at the religious school Pa
lias received an Honor Scroll
Holiday hint: whatever you bake
4MEW
MAKES WE CAKE!
Outbakes any other method ... any other mix!
New Dromedary gives you exclusive advantages
no other cake mix : nn other bahiua nut hi, J
ever had before:
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FREE PAN LINERS
, end Dromedary is kosher yef costs no more!
Tell your grocer
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... in the package
with the y that tells
, you it's kosher! __r
Also Pound Cake Mix Gingerbread Mix Honey n Spice Cake Mii
the only cake mixes packed in gold foil to protect their perfect tresnness
Since their eldest son. Charles
R Jacobson. of Mami. was unable
to attend the New York affair, he
and his wife. Ruth, decided to in
vite Southern friends of the Ja-
cobsons to this second celebration
on Sunday between 2 and 6 p.m.
David Jacohson. 70. and his wife.
Belle 68. came t>> Miami 16 years
go from Chicago. Ill Recently, he
was awarded a citation from the
Painters and Decorators Union of
America conferring honorary life
membership la the organization to
signify his uninterrupted affilia-
tion as a union decorator for 50
yean
A unique feature of the party
will Ih' a preview display of mod-
ern oil paintings recently com-
pleted li> Charles Jacobson. fle is a
wrell known modern artist whose
abstraction*, have been exhibited in
major galleries throughout the
United States
A special 'Book of Life" anni-
versary cake is being designed for
the occasion by Mrs Robert May-
er, of West Miami. She was Flor-
ida pn/e winner in the baking con-
test sponsored by 1'illsbury Flour
-everal years ago The theme and
decorative color scheme of the
unique cake will be gold and white
Mrs Charles Jacobson will greet
the guests and be in charge of the
golden anniversary' guest book.
Some 100 long-time friends and
relatives are expected to attend the
function
Wall.), J3
" Honew.5
Mr. and Mrs n^
will travel t pjftfcj
V.ork and New *%*
d'ng trip before 2* L-
Beach to make uZt**1
e "ride % t SL
Florence Walk, 7. >
North Shore ier ]*+.\
were married Saturday?i
Emanu-EI. Rabbi 2[*\
'f'-ated a, ,he ff J
mony. Paj
The brides father ^.i
marriage She work ll
ength lace gown wlth \
.trim at the neckline 2j
crown held her fc.JP
she carried a white oS'
Her s.ster fronj jSj
Edith Yesner. was the hri3
attendant Allan Vol.??1
brother-in-law. was bestjf
Reception at the temikt
the ceremony.
Franco, Habbai
Wed on Beach
Childhood sweetheart!
Franco and Raymond Hahfe
married Sunday at 4 p^j
Essex House, Miami Beat
The bride is the da
Mr. and Mrs Abraham Fn_
tor hotel. Miami Beach H
baz Is the son of Mr ad
Raphael Habbaz. Essei h
The bride wore white <
ballerina length, with eak
eyelet trim, a pearl tianu
veil. She carried a Bible)
white orchid
Her sister. Mi-s Ruth
was bridesmaid in aqua kg|
net with a tiara of aqua a
Paul Eickenson was best i
Reception was held at tktj
hotel After a trip to Cyi
dens, the couple will liital
Beach.
Alien, GussowH
Wedding of Mr> Clawi
president of Miami WoaaftJ
of United Cerebral Palsy.I
manuel Gussow took place!
evening. Aug. 22. at the I
Mr. and Mi Herbert
2276 SW 121st ter
Rabbi Max Landman. 4[
Palm Beach, performed tn|
mony
Mrs Gusso is now in he|
term of office as I nit i
Joseph Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel L. Elinotf. will
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
Sept. 10. at the Coral Gables
Jew,sh Center. Rabb. Morris
Skop will officiate, with Can-
tor Irving Robinson rendering
the musical portions of the
^rvice. A kiddush in honor
o the Bar Mitzvah
low the service.
will fol-
Tifereth Israel Names
Josh Rephun to Faculty
Tifereth Israel Nortfiside Center
announces the appointment of Josh
Rephun to the lamth <>f the On
re 1 ihious
-(boo]
a iradaaU of
Y eshi \oth m
New York .
R c p h u n wa>
lonnerh as SOCl
ated with the Is
rael delegation
*t the I ruled Na-
tions
In addition to
bis teaching du
lies in the relig-
ious school and the advanced Sun-
day school class Rephun will con-
tinue his studies at the University
of Miami
Pioneer Wor
List Delegates
Golda liyersoa ClubaT
Women will open its
son with a cultural andi
ing Tuesday evening. Seftj
Congregation Beth EL
To be honored at the I
by president Sonia
I the club membership al
members who traveW !
during the summer TksfJ
turned from Israel
dames Anna Sonn-BiW.i
and Rose Marks
Pioneer Women res.
to the Labor Zionist
newly reorganised groyl
nating all local menSaaia
Labor Zionist groups "
have been announced by L
Pushkin, chairman of *>!
Miami Council of PioaWI
BapmeaUtivei to lbf."
are the M< **\i
Ida Jacobs Sonia RoW^
Raff el. HametGie**^
B.ld and Jennie Sedbi. m
tion t.. Un Pat
Miami Sunday l*J
Classes Open Sept"
Rabbi Simon April .
announce.1 the openjM
School at Miami HJ1
and Congregstw" 7
About 125 children *
to attend. NfUsK*j
Kelemer. J* .JJ J
Stem. Garvan Meo" ^
2S Bemanl JegM
About 100 children^
Hebrew School wh"""
Staff will consist -



Lptmber9, 1955._
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PAGE 11 A
:h Premier Faure Receives Morocco Jewish Leader
[iKS-BAINS (JTA)
[premier Edgar Faure re-
,iis weekend Jacques Da-.
Ejer of the Moroccan Jew-
.gation to the Franco-
talks aimed at restor-
er in Morocco, for a dis-
[q{ the delegation's view-
Hi the projected scttle-
Latement issued here, the
[ Jewish delegation
Lharactcrized the Moroc-
lish communities as "ani-
L | deep desire for social
[and 'conscious of having
usefully served the Moroccan
community aa a bond between
French society, with whose cul
ture they are deeply inmpregnat
ed, and Moslem society, which
has such generous traditions"
welcomed "with great satisfac-
tion, the announcement of demo-
cratic reform which will inaugu-
rate a new era for Morocco and
for Franco-Moroccan friendship,
which all political tendencies in
Morocco recognize as the essen-
tial foundation of Morocco's fu-
ture."
"But no matter, how deep the
affliction which we are all suf-
fering in the face of overwhelm-
ing incidents, we must come back
to hank, reality and assert force-
fully (fat the time 'for action
cannot he held back," the state-
ment insisted. "It is high time
that everything possible be done
to restore the Franco-Moroccan
friendship, which should never
have been affected to this point.
The Jewish communities of Mo-
rocco, which owe Morocco to
much, are ready to use all their
energies and all their faith to
guide Morocco toward her na-
tional destiny," it concluded.
ii Friedman Reveals UJA Ten
Million Dollar Drive for Moroccans
linued from Page 1 A
gan. Oued Zem, Safi and
lea. Several thousand
oroccan Jews, he added,
i Jewish transit camp in
ca "without homes, prop-
Can- of livelihood and on-
kung desire to get to Is-
Fricdman noted that the
spinach mixture to about one inch
I from top of each glass. Top with
i a tablespoonful of sour cream and
a bit of fresh mint or spring of
mounting 1mm i g r a t i o n from \ Parsley Ins"t *" teaspoon in
each and serve. Nothing like it for
cool and internal satisfaction. Six
servings approximately.
North Africa is giving Israel "nu-
merous economic problems but Is-
rael's people are shouldering
these difficulties with ready wil-
lingness. They know they must
act at once. I hope American
Jews will respond in the same
way."
0B.#feS

kiith ol September brings
\i deep seated yearning to I
oy outdoor life at nearby
under backyard trees.
\b this legitimate feeling i
me revised late summer,
|ake your principle meals '
:n looks, taste and after-
K cooling drinks j well
fruit it vegetable soups
in other words. And
let the crisp and colorful
pel proteins, use sliced
i es in salads and/or
cold fish dishes.
Im all kinds Add diced
I in salads and or
Borscht Fill green
prs (cut in halves length
b|H'l out tomatoes or cu-
pats (cucumbers, unpar-
^gthwise and seed portion
i:'; a teaspoon) with egg
with sour cream or may-
|st before serving time.
family demands meat
hut days, make use of
Ine broiler (if you own
pdy hit of equipment), or
pfeoaj brazier out of an
covered with a broiler
lit spring chicken, lamb
pt steaks or hamburgers.
following "imported"
serving hits of meat on
They are known by vari-
depending on country
["Shish kebabs," "Shash-
the Romanians say it,
By any name, all you
! have the filled skewers
he refrigerator or freez-
OCeed as follows:
foiled Kebabs
for Rumanians) |
fh cubes of lean beef or
Per skewer
Knatoes cut in halves
I green pepper
Dnlul vinegar
loonful lemon juice
boon sherry, optional
b""n dark brown sugar
|" "' cayne, pepper or
neat tenderizer,
pn.tl
"bea of meat in the
for an hour before ar-
em on metal or wooden
I- broiling. Place a half
through center length-
tin pieces of green pep-
F-'t ,lrs' and last.on the
Wibine vinegar, lemon
Py. brown sugar and
P<> be used, and place
ewer in so that it will
M on all sides when
ral times. Let stand in
oe about one hour, in
fator. preferably in a
glass container. Dust with napaya
tenderizer, if desired. Broil till
nicely browned on all sides. Serve
hot. Make as many skewersful as
servings required, using the above
proportions for best results.
Spinach Cooler
1 package chopped frozen
spinach (1'2 cupful* fresh)
4 cup lemon juice (fresh, frozen
or bottled)
Dark brown sugar to sweeten
to taste
Va teaspoon salt
3 cups cold water
6 tablespoons sour cream
6 springs fresh mint or parsley
Ice cubes as required
Combine the frozen or chopped
fresh spinach with lemon juice,
sugar, salt and cold water and
bring to a boil. Cool before refrig-
erating for several hours. When
ready to serve, half-fill six tall
glasses with ice cubes and add
At a farewell party before sailing on the SS Jerusalem are the
12 recipients of the Mizrachi Hatzair scholarship for one year
of study at Yeshiva Hadarom in Rehovot, Israel. Among stu-
dents named were Samuel April, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon
April, Miami. Rabbi April is Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation spiritual leader.
A,
Taste
THE 0IPfWINCl25J
Enjoy n
THE DIFFERENCE!
let your own tastm
prove to you that
No One Can Make
Geffille Fish
As Good As
MANISCHEWITZ
Makes it!
Made in the modern new
Mannchcwits koahex food plant
i ViMlaad, N. J
(a n uieem ie i now* v
If you had the money
which would you choose?
What's your fondest dream? A deep-tea
fishing trip? A vacation in Europe or a new
car? Sending your children to college or buy-
ing a beautiful new home?
II you open a savings account in Dad* Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association ol Miami
and add to it regularlyyour dream, what-
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Right now more than 47.500 Cralt Miami
folks pel their savings into INSURED SAVINGS
accounts in one of the 4 convenient offices
of DADE FEDERAL >
There are good reasons for this preference
three good reasons, in fact:
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Dade Federal invests most of its funds in
sound, steady-paying home mortgages.
Your savings in Dade Federal currently
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2. Your money is as safe as safe can be.
It's protected by good management and
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Insurance Corporationan agency of the
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3. You're dealing with responsible people
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People who really knowand care about
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And here's another point: When you're think-
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RESOURCES EXCEED
80 MILLION DOLLARS


PAGE 12 A
*jml^n^J^!l^.
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Knesset Accepts
Immigration Plan
For 45,000 Jews
Continued from Pago 1 A
Lowe Galley Eyes
Tentative Schedule
i'lan* for the winter season at
. University >f BHnrf" ',nV(>
f
I
the
v
Caller) were announced We
lion Israel pounds in 12 month* as (ia> by Kobeit 1> lor Pauls, inicnin
a "sacred fund for the rescue of director.
Noltl) African Jewry.'; Now taxes ^ ^^^ ^ ^]y [l;ir(nl
one," Davis enphasised ;h,'r
events will be announced I
The children's program will
gin Oct l and is open to mem!
children from the ages ol 5 to 15
Classes featuring projt
color, pasted clay, wood work and
estimated to bring in 12 to 13 mil-
lion pounds had already been in-
troduced, he said.
Orders have already been placed
for construction ol 2.000 dwelling
units to house the new immigrants,
Mr Eshkol announced.
The four-hour debate that fol- ,
lowed developed much support for other media will be under toe
the Government plan and also con pervision ol the same qMliM
siderable criticism. Menachem Bei- instructors who conducted the pro
gin, leader of the Herat Party, gram last season.
sharply criticized the Government other conununitj services such
for establishing a "quota" for M Ih(, tllm program and lecture-
North Africa and demanded (he Mi,| .(|, )v available to members
nnrestricted, immediate immigra- OI l!n, caller)
tion oi 250.000 Jews from North
Africa or. al least, ol the 120.000 Lowe Galtery, Davis said. wiH
Jews registered there for immigra continue vwth its esta lisheo pro-
The SS. Israel, new flagship of the Zim Is-
rael Navigation Company Ltd.. of Haifa.
will arrive in New York on Thursday. Oct.
C-7 on her maiden voyage from.Israel, it
was announced by the American-Israeli
Shipping Company Inc., New York City.
U.S. representatives of the Zim Lines. The
10.500 grors ton, turbine-driven Ijner will
*aij
inaugurate the only ali.year,
passenger service between |
States and the Holy Land gT
commodate 318 passengers in
ern first and tourist class c
S.S. Israel will sail bom New
first Eastbound voyage on Fi
of
Famous Cantor
Will f*hnrt+ at
Uon into Israel He asserted ll I for n ff III UnOnT BT
at the temp, ol the Government exhibitions for the coming season -. cArvirp>^
plan, it would tak, seven years to ed last y. rs, oi Betl. El ^erVICCb
transfer the Jews from North \: coursi i in the planning pi,,,,,, Berkowitz. president
rica to Israel "''-'' Congregation Beth El, Wednesday
kers for the Poale Hizrachi ,,. ,,..,, interest will be the announced that Cantor Louis <;..r
also demanded a higher rate oi Gauguin exhibit planned for tenhaus, of Nee York City, has
immigration, even at the cost of a March, 1950 Tin shibition is i to conduct High HoII*
return to the maabarot labor |,,.K_ special!) organized under daj servkei
the direction ol Allan McNab for Cantor Gartenhaua just arrived
the Four Arts Societ) Palm Beach, from \,.w York City to assume
and Lowe Gallerj Mr- Jefferson nis ,. dutiea He studied voice
Wynne and Ann Atkinson, former wltn Za)Vel Silberta and with Josh-
Piifp DlPCCtor assistant director "i Lowe Gallery, ua Yei&ser
system.
Delano Names
visited a number oi European art
Frederick Rufe has been named centers la^t summer seeking paint-
od and nt it
the Algiers hoi to an ,s expected that about half the
uncement this week bj Lev items to be included will be bor-
Kenin. Charles P lUections in this
Levin son, eo- country, the remainder being on
m European sources
1260-room __
The winter season al Lowe I
126th si Mi "'" "'"'" (,(I 1,r' w,,n 'n''
Beach.
He has held positions with out-
standing synagogues in the I'nited
I Canada, He received
his schooling and Hebrew educa-
tiou with Yeshiva Eitz-Chaim, a
branch ..i Yitzchok Elchonon Ye
shiva
tor Gartenhaua arrived in
Miami with his wife and two
bU rs and resides at 1652 SYV
APARTMENT |
4 rooms. comi|dJ
Florida room. |m '
nicely f.irnr) r L
Clotets. hardwood fail
wa". and two wtrSI
yard with l,uit tfJ"*J
High School. Ci I ** i
8.W. 2nd .-VhiCV|
LEGAL NOTQl
Dn ; the Print, an exhibit 5th rt in Miami A choir tl, .,_,,
Rul mtheLessinj J Rosenwald Col ,h(. Cantor nuW oeinK traine(1
.., ection Given to the National Gal- ., vuU ,. r,.ai|v lu a>slN, h||n
ler\ "i Art Washington, lC. in
jhis duties, will
I lull ct.
nquet ar-
fcrfe ,n'
\ graduate of
the College of Hotel Administra-
tion, Cornell University, Rufe will
supervise the operation oi the
.it and Sin-
with the '
Baba and Aladdin rooms.
For the pa-t -\ years, be has
: in a similar capacity at the
Monte Carlo hotel, Miami R.
He formerly managed the Linn
Lak< Lodge in the Poconoi Pa
PhiUlpsburg, N i.
Rut. hi resided on Miami B
Prospects for
Boxer Bob Cohen
By BILL WOLF
Robert Cohen. French bantam
lit boxer, has been properly
classified as the world's champion
m his b) Rink> V
< ,...-./., i.i iwxing,
which recent l> published its
ings
Previous to Ring's" ratl
bis columnist cited the (ait that
there was some differ
inn between circles in the I S
with the High Holidaj services
Merkow it/ also njd Wedneada)
that the main congregation build-
ing has been completely renovated
with individual soft opera seatl
and an air cooling system has batfl ,r of the congregation, will offi-
installed
Dr S T Swirsky, spiritual lead
Canfor Ittit Gmrttmkmui
1<
ciate at all services.
''WWWV
r*W*W*W'W<>^W'W *WWWU
for the past let ears Last year other boxing authorities on who
he tour oi
studying hotel i
ope:
lin'-' and.
Veni ya
dnd ai Lisbon
\ ther
ad .I..--:.
number t.
tin leading chal-
Mario de
: Italj Willie 1
th Africa is the number two
challengi r
Should Cohen -ho chal-
next li gieal i pponentt
should be tin Italian ,
1;'" i"-;' ver known to be
the factor that ,,,du
oxing i,.
Torah Temple
1254 WIST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FlOtlOA
im.ll HOI III il SERYMCES
al the beavtiivl ami mir cn4\l\nti
llihisius Aiiililorimii
10th STREET and AITON ROAD, MIAMI IUCH
OUkialima:
CANTOR JOSEPH W. MAIEK RAIBI IOUIS A. CASSEl
RABBI AIRAHAM M. CASSEl
Moke your r.rvoti<.n SOT by colling JE S-10S2, .n. t S p.m.
r in perMn at th* Auditorium, 11 .. t0 10 p.m.
r. FB \N' ii MANAGEMI N
OPEN FROM ROSH HASHONAH
THROUGH TOM KIPPUR
Tl COMPUn DAYS
Complete Holiday itn'xti in Air-
Conditioned Hall, Conducted by
Noted Cantor
Air Conditioned lobby
Air Conditioned Rooms Available
Planned Entertainment and Television
tAKLY KHtKVATIONS NCfSSAY
PHONE JE 1 0041
-%*
n
ON THE OCEAN
12th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI SIACM
That film on the III
Ramev Rosa still basal material-
It baa been talked about
man) times, but there! do d
Ite word vet as tu when it can DC
expet'
Barney-s life Mary a natural
fora an tXdUng picture It ha> all
the elements Hi> father was killed
in a holdup when Barnev was a
boy. Saddled with the responsibU-
ity as breadwinner of the fanulv
ROM fought btk way to fame
Then after bit boxing career end-
ed, he fought in World War II and
became one of American', famed
war heroes This, of course, would
be enough of a story. But the cli-
max was the successful battle Bar
ney waged against the drug hab.t
This latter episode is a tremendouj
story in itself and stands as a
model of courage for others to fol-
low. ..
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
Cord.oHy Invites Ymi To Attend
High Holy Day Services
ol our Temple
320 PALERMO AVENUE. CORAl GAIllS
Conducted by
AMI MORRIS A. SKOP
and
CANTOR IRVING ROtlNSON
isined by
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+ 3rM rk rtn->r
PAGE 13 A
n Slated By Beth David Women
Sisterhood will hold cantors.
Cheon on Wednesday, Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spir-
itual leader, will be principal
speaker
eth David Auditorium
Uch luncheon at Beth
eds from the affair,
|o support the Jewish I Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz is Torah
Chiroproctor Wen AM To Statesmen at Geneva
rerrence V. Ash. Miami chir- pens_atjon^ecausiie believes that
[rom the affair ners in Torah."
opractor, Wednesday made public
a letter sent to the State Depart-
He will discuss: "Part- ment recommending the inclusion
the ?AHfcW
W
chiropractor
would be of inestimable aid to the
Big Four and their aides in relax-
i w^l i I -- ",'"8 inner tensions and allowing
of a practicing chiropractor in the them to contribute their full share
' dc,e*tlon Geneva. |to the success o the par,eys nQW
mmary of America eftairma*. and Mrs. Frank Rose H Dr Ash offered to make the trip going on.
uKi. t..h*rS and co-chairman. kitWlf u#.i ..!,......_ In nis M%er addrwWe<1 to the
himself completely without com)
T
State Department, Dr. Ash pointed
out that "chiropractic has proved
its ability to relax and ease ten-
sions which certainly must grip the
statesmen to whom the entire
world is now looking. I earnestly
believe that the professional serv-
ices of a practicing chiropractor at-
tached to the U.S. delegation might
well serve to help bring about the
desired end of these conferences."
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FAGE 14 A
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Saturday morning services Derstag. g # #
are at 8:45. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
will
topic:
p.m.. preceded by
mud.
a cla-^
NQRTH SHORE? JEWISH
*o ;.-;ii Wild Krldav evenin
CEN
it -erv
i
ri nil
YOU
TER will hold FrMlJ
Ices at 6:18 Saturdaj morning a*rv- ]
...... ..-. ,t H 48 Hichard. MM "I Mr i
will be
Cficiate and preach on the BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
On the Threshhold." Stev- wjll h()k| Friday evening services
of Mr. and Mrs Howard'.,, 63{) Saturday moraint sarvaaes cantor
and Mrs Irving Soleawn.
,.,,. .. Mitrvah Kabb. Mayer
tbramowiti will officiate, with
Edward Klein renderi
are one or the many unaffiliated residents of r
nc of the n*W .families now streamini 1 ****
_ 6 "0 OUf
i'.rtli Untib CmigrejafiBtl
en. son ot Mr. ana """" -,1 i:3(>. >auiruv <"< "- t--j ... -- -- ,.
Rl ;i0n. will befell* Bar Mftzvah) rt 8;30 Rabi iWr Stern will lh(- muakal portions of the TOW
a, a special iAU Mfet M 6 ,,,,. amj preach the.to* h'V^VI'' s, c. of the
p.m. Selichot services are Saturday...The pMgreai of Unity. At WO da) al mlrtuflit SUDjff: ,,.,'
at midnight Rev Rudolph Brill m tnm. w,n be a class m r.thic-
will assist Rabbi Hurwitz and ren- of ,hc pathers Mincha Is at 6:15.
der the musical portions of the lit- t(1||(me,| by Shalos SeudOS Selichot
urgy. will be at midnight, with Cantor
Maurice Mamchea rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy
*
ELUL 22 6:12 P.M.
Mrmon is: The Repenting Heart
Eli Samuels will dlied the choir.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 30 Saturdaj morning services
are at 9 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate. Selichot services are Sun-1 I
daj morning at 12 15 am Subject
f the sermon it: "Are yon
Read]
W. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, n0t,
to
]
i
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30. Rabbi
Abraham Herson will officiate and
discuss: The Living Covenant Candlollght HlfiT llHi
Cantor Albert Glantz will render;
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at P.
Subject of the sermon is scheduled
as: Living or Marking Time." Kid
u-h will follow. Selichot will be at Subject of the sermon is scheduled with Rabbi Leo Heim olliciaung
midnight Rabbi Herson will preach as: "Light at Midnight Dailj serv- .Saturday morning services
on the topic- "Ages and the Ace ,<., will be at 7 30 am. and 6:30 The Rabbi will diacuu the Weekly
ess.. p m Portion Michael, son of Mr. and
Mi- Sidney Hunter, will become
Bar Mitxvah Mincha is at 6 30 p.m..
followed b> Maanv Selichot will
Cantor'
'' -7h~Criaaell will Rabbi
Heim
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening senices at 6:30,
Jahln Leo Heim ol
are at 9
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:45. Saturday morning
S* i \ ices are at 8:30 Rabbi Jonah
Caplan will officiate and preach on ,()pic; ..g
the topic: "Free Will and Fate" v.u W|||
Cantor Abraham Self will render
the musical portions of the lit
urgy. Class in Ethics of the Fa
thers i- scheduled for 545 p.ra
cba will be at 6 15. followed
b\ Maanv Selichot are Saturda>
nidnight Daily services are al
; ii and (i p.m.
NORJH DADE JEWISH CEN
officiate and preach on the **PB '
Selichot Cantor Maurice
render the musical por-
tions ot the liturgy, With Lucille
Moore directing the choir Satur-
day morning senices are at 9 Sell
chot will be Saturday at midnight
Dail) services are scheduled for
7 4."i a in and 7 p m
cordially invites you to join our Congregational f
MEMBERSHIP includes seats for High Hoi n*.
Religious Services all year, Religious School and ot
RKLIGIOUS SCHOOL provides an excellent educai
(or children from Nursery and Kindergarten throu h?1,
and Confirmation, geared to make them well integrate"
Jews
ACTIVITIES for young and old include: I
Studies. Sisterhood. Men's Club, United Synagogue y
Young Peoples League, Cotillion and Scouting
FOR INFORMATION. PLEASE CALL 82-47*
TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND TO THE ENTIRE
COMMUNITY OUR BEST WISHES #FOR THE NEW W
Yeekev 0. ReSMaera. *>> Hrrt L Jdw
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Prida) evening services at
sundown Saturda> morning serv
ice- are at 8:30. Selichot will be at
midnight Rabbi Shmaryahu Swir-
skj will officiate and preach on the I i
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hold Friday evening services at
morning services
are at 845 with Rabbi Yaakov
Ri senbei I iel, son ol
Mr and Mrs Samuel B Mark-, will
me Bar Mitzvah. Selichot sen
ices are scheduled tor midnight
tor Levi Halpern will assist
Osheroff Unveiling
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will hold Frida) evening sen
at 8:30 Rabbi David Shapiro will
discuss: "What is Man?" Cantor
Yehudah Hcilbraun will render the
musical portions ol the Mturg) Mi
and Mrs Morn- Siegel will be
host- ;it the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing Saturdaj morning services are
at !i Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the
Weekl) Portion Kidduah will fol-
low Daily services are at 9 am.
MONTICELLO park congre
Gation will hold Frida) evening
services al 8 30 Rabbi Isaac I
will rid preach on the
h lor the Better
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Mr. Nl HO ('.I Ml 11 KY
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Rabbi Irving LrhrmaH
officiating
Morn- Kriegel ii lurvtired hv hit
wife, Sadie, and two children, -
Helene and Simon. He wan a
member ot Temple Enianu-EI
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the Night Cantor Ixuis Garten-1
haul will chant the musical por-,
lions ol the liurgy
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Frida) evening service* at 6. Satur- j
da) morning senices are at 9.
Rabbi Irving I.ehrman will officiate
and diacuaa the Weekly Portion '
Cantor Philip Brummer will ren-
der the musical portions of the I
liturgy. Selichot services are Satur- '
l day at midnight Rabbi I^hrman
will preach on the top: "Medita-
tion- at Midnight "

BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services .it 6:90 Saturday morning
al 8 M Rabbi Aria
Br will discuss The Elements
"I Pride Class in Talmud pre-
rvices at 8 Claas in
Father is scheduled
M chl and
Hosts will Im- Mi
| B ratti Selii hot
will I rda) al midnight
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Frida) evening
day morning
bbi ll Louis
and discuss
I) Portion ,,| the Law At
. there will hi )n
Ethics ol the Fathers Mincha will
b) Shalos
sen in Weekday service- will be
at 7 80 a m and (i 20 p m
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Frida) evening serv
Continued on Pag* 15 A
We extend a mott cordial in\ uanon to id,
fewuh Community of Greater Miami to tfnj m
OPEN HOUSE "MELAVEH MALKAH" RECEPnraj
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 10 pm
folloue.l h\
SELICHOS SERVICI
STARTING AT 12:00 MIDNIGHT
Air Conditioned for Your Comfort
ji; The Congregation Anshe
". Will CONDUCT TMI HIGH MWY OAT SERVICES AT 231* (QUJ
FRIDAY EVE, September 16th. at 5:30 pm
X SATURDAY, September 17th. and SUNDAY, Septembrr UtaJ
also Yom Kippur Sen'ices will be held on
SUNDAY EVENING, Kol Nidre. September 25th. it I
and MONDAY, September 26th
Yiskor Services Monday. September 26th. at 11 is]
Services will Be candvctea' by
IAMJ A8IAHAM IIVITAN
V) Masaaw, CNAZEN MORRIS ZIMMERMAN Sh.thr.i kT U1.l\
1*1 SUCH OS will kt Soturdoy, Sept 10-12 Miii^rt
: TkketS will bf ovailaaU nifhlly fram 7 ta 9 p.m. ot tfc* mnl
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SEAT RESEffVAriOMS PM IM HIGH HOLY OATS AMD ftSOTIlfl
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND NEMfW SCNOOt NOW UIK II
Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center
50 N.W. 51 It PLACE, MIAMI
Call Office All Day-Hi 4-5419) RBI E*cnin|i-Mr. Adeln
Vaad Hakashruth of Beth Jacob
announce*
the appointment ot the Spiritual Leader
of our Vaad Hakashruth
the eminent scholar and authority
RABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN
All Kosher establishments under Ihe Vaad will be inspected
by the Rabbi and properly endorsed
No estabhshment of Kosher products retail or uh .
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THAT YOU HONOR YOUR FAMHY AND WIENDS WITH I
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ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ued from Poem 14 A
|-30 with Rabbi Morris
elating. Saturday service*
D a.m. Cantor Irving Rob-
choir and director Rob-
[burg will render the mus-
lons of the liturgy. Seli-
[b( Saturday at midnight.
Jp will discuss: "Service
bncwal and Spiritual In-
HEBREW SCHOOL AND
JATION will hold Friday
brvices at 6:30. Saturday
services arc at 8:30. Rab-
| April will preach on the
leader's Farewell Ad-
kntor Bcrcle Kelemer will
musical portions of the
lass in Mishna is at 5:30
fchot will be Sunday morn-
i.ni.

^ITE CENTER will hold
Ironing services at 6:30.
morning services arc at
kbi Morton Malavsky will
[and preach on the sub-
Vs Prepare." Cantor
alkow will render the
)rtiona of the liturgy.
at 6:30 p.m. Selichot will
lay at midnight. Daily
rill be at 8 a.m. and 15
pfore sundown.

ISRAEL of Miami will
lay evening services at
with Rabbi Joseph Narot
AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday ete-
Ajng service*- #t 6:30. Saturday
morning services are at 9. Ratybi
Isaac Ever "Wilt officiate, with Can-
tor Fishel Lutman rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Selichot
will be Saturday at midnight Daily
services are scheduled for 8 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
IE BETH SHOLOM will
Lj evening services at
t): Leon Kronish will of-
laa Mitzvah of Linda,
ol' Mr and Mrs. Julius
will take place during
Imorning services at 10:45.
imuel Kelemer will ren-
Inusica] portions of the
Miami to Pace Nation
In Citizenship Day Fete
Miami, where National Citizen-
ship Day had its origin back in
1939, will again pace the nation in
the 1955 observance of this citizen-
ship celebration.
E. Albert ballot, chairman of
the Citizenship Day committee of
the Harvey W. Seeds American
Legion Post, which sponsors Mi-
ami's annual observance of Nation-
al Citizenship Day, announced
Wednesday that planning is al-
most completed for the Sept. 15 ex-
ercises to be held at Bayfront Park.
At the Wednesday morning plan-
ning session held at Miami's Elks'
Lodge Hall, representatives of the
veteran's and civic organizations
which have joined the Harvey
Seeds post in sponsoring the cele-
bration have reported on their or-
ganizations' plans to participate in
the parade and ceremonies mark-
ing the event.
Congressman Dante Fascell and
Federal District Joudge Emmett
Choate addressed the meeting.
I Final session before the actual
event will be held on Wednesday,
Sept. 14, at which time Represen-
tative Ted David, Speager of the
Florida House of Representatives,
will be the speaker.
Obituaries!
,. .....JOHN CERKOFF
S.Um.lay. He ram.. here flvo run
Xl'/saT N;-W V'rk "''*,:%.V.r.'.li
.Itwibn (. + ab*r. Miami Beat h. Mrrv-
.. J*COB BRONROTT
QJa. "I lf5 *! Min"" Beach, "Ie<1
p uK,",-H h'""l!', "" """ from
" f .. i' ,''"", "*" Bnd *'" mi-m-
Mi "f H.tii Jacob Congregation. Sur-
viving arc his wife, Yetta; two sons,
i inn, New Tork, and Herman, Arllag-
..II \m and two daughters. Mrs
Batty h.i. ,,/., Nam York. .,,i Mrs.
Kurt, Norwich, c.nn. flarvloaa
v.-- M..n.a> in Riverside Mamorlal
l ha pel with burial In New York.
M ,,R0.B.ERT BENENSON
l?: ;,f j1,1 west -Mh !* Mtan> ".">.
'Ii. -.1 Sal.inlay at 111-, summer home
in Atlantic Be* b, N v. A natlv, ol
loian.i, hr came to New Yoik citv
In uaj and started his own real ee-
tH te firm four years later. A builder
be specialised In housing propei -ir.
HI was one of the foumlera of the
.New Yoik Federation of Jewish Phil-
anthropic, and the United .lewiah Ap-
peal. HI* wife and two sons aurvl\e
MRS. CELIA LEVITT
n, of l.,.i Washington ave Miami
Heath, a resident here 25 years, coin-
ing from Rt. Louis, died Saturday
Mie was a member of the Ladles' Aux-
iliary of the Jewtah Home for the
Aged. Survivors include five sons.
laMore, David, (tody, Julie and Lee;
four daughters, Mrs. Kay Merger, Mrs.
Anna Her ...it, Mrs Knhhv I'.nimmin
and Mrs Dorothy Kaplan; a brother
and a sister Services were Sunday
In Kivei-ide's Miami Beach Chapel,
with burial in Mt. Ttebo Cemetery.
MRS. ANNA R. PINES
71. of ;s:i0 I'in.tn. dr., Miami Beach,
died Friday In New York Hhe came
to Miami M years ago from New York
a inI had been a winter visitor many
years previously. Surviving are a .-on.
U..y, New York, and two daughter*,
Mrs. Kdward Rab. New York, and
Mrs. Ralph Duber. Miami Keach.
Services and interment were in New
Yoik.
HARRY LADIN
S!>. of ltl.'li; Drexel eve., Miami Beach,
a retired hotel owner, died Friday.
He formerly owned the Wellington
hotel, Miami Hea.h. Coming here
from Philadelphia 11 years ago, he
was a member of the Workmen's Cir-
cle and Masonic Lodge Ml, Phila-
delphia. Burvlvlng an bis wife, Fan-
nies three Boon, Alexander, Miami
Beach, and Mas end Meyer, Phila-
delphia; and a brother Services and
bunal were In PhliiuJeiphia. with Hell-
man's Miami Beach Funeral Home in
i hai |e locally.
The Officers and Trustees of
Beth Israel Congregation
711 WEST 40th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
cordially invite you to attend a reception
in honor of their new spiritual leader and his wife
RABBI and MRS. H. LOUIS R0TTMAN
the reception will be held
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 10:00 P.M.
in our beautiful air conditioned synagogue
Refreshments will be served
The slichos service will immediately follow
the reception at 12:00 midnight
(no solicitations)
Ma\e your reservations now for our dignified
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
Register Your Children in Our Modern Traditional
Hebrew and Sunday School
FOR INFORMATION CALL JE 8-1251
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and
(The 3Brflj 1:1 ircbrrut jAcabrmo
The Officers and Board Members of
mgregaium ^etl} Jlacoli
The Pieneer Csnereeofie* en Missti leech
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
snneence ffcef
reservefiew mrt new awin fasen fer
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
BOTH SYNAGOGUES COMfMTAIlY AIR CONDITIONED
Cenducfee* by
DR. TIIOR H. STERN, ffeesi
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES, Cesfsr
Traditional Services Retaensivt Readings in English
SELICHOSS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, AT MIDNIGHT
kter Your Child in Our Hebrew and Sunday Scheol JE 1-6150
*WA*''WWrfW ONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Moderafely Air Cendifiened, leeutifwf Synegegue
935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone JE 8 1521
AMMOUMCtS
that the office is open daily unfit
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 DEIIVER
THE SERMONS
AND WHl CHANT TNI SUCHOS SATURDAY NIGHT
Israel Diamond, President
MRS. RUTH WARD
6.1. >>f imh ivi..., \i .mi Beai b,
illeil Kept. I Ht home. Surviving are
her huaband, Herbert: son, Maurice,
N'.w York; two daughters, Mm, Ethel
Hllvers, N< Vcik, and Mrs Merrl-
.....n Olick. Monroe. N. v stater,
Mrs. Dabble Morris. Miami Beach; and
three brothers. Including: William it.
i.r. Burfatde Services and bur-
ial srere In New York, with Riverside
Mm nil Roach rhiipel In charge of ar-
rangementa
IRVINO GERSTENFELD
ts. of st2 Bnvllln ave., Coral <;abi*s.
who came here 10 years hro from
New York, tiled Aiir. 30 H<- was a
hardware store merchant and a in. in
ber of the Coral Cables Jewish Cen-
ter. He leaven his wife. Helen, a son.
David: two daurhters, Mrs Maxlne
Kosanlc and Miss Joyce, all of Mi
ami: his mother. Mrs. Fannie (iersten-
feld; and six sisters. Services Were
In Cordons Miami Chanel Sept. I.
with burial in Star of David Cemetery.
HAROLD FURMAN
."..1, of 4441 Collins .ive Miami Beach,
died Aug. 2S. A New Yolk Investment
broker. Fur in an was a visitor here
for the past 3.". years. He Is survived
tiv three brothers including (ieorge,
Miami Beach. Service* and Interment
were In New York, with Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Miami Beach. In
charge of local arrangements.
HILDA LAZARUS
83. of UU NW 3rd st died Aug. 30.
Services were Sept. 1 In Cordon's
Miami Funeral Home, with burial In
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64. of .">001 SW 5th ter., passed away
Aug. 31 at his residence. He Is sur-
vived by his wife. Becky: one daugh-
i. Mrs. Charlotte Koenlngsherg: and
a son. Jack. Iteinains were sent to
Chicago for fervlcea and Interment by
the Miami Riverside Chattel.
NATHANIEL BLATE
46. of 136.". Monade ter.. who came here
H veais ago from Lakeland. Ma..
died Aug. 29. He leaves his wife.
Pauline; -"" Anthony. Miami; his
parents, Mr and Mrs Samuel lllate.
St. Petersburg, Fla.; a brother and
two slaters Service* were Aug. W In
Cordons Miami Chapel "ith burial
In Mt. Nebo Cemeterj
5th ST. to 6th ST., S.W. at 17th AVE.
"Miami's Most Progressive, Traditional
Orthodox Congregation"
wishes its members, worshippers and Jewry in Greater Miami
A YKKY ff.lffV. m:\ltiiy
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Beth El offers:
A Most Advanced and Accredited All-Day Academy
An Excellent Talmud Torah
A Daily Chevra Shaat
Weakly Educational Forums
oad many other Modern Traditional lun+vatiant
VISIT SEE ATTEND OUR NEWLY REDECORATED J
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HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
620 75th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Conducted by RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ and CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
Attlslai by the North Shore Jewish Center Choir
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TO ITS THREE NEW
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Located in the Food Fair Stores at:
7410 Collins Ave.
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Friday, September 9. 1955
SECTION B
STORY BEHIND A
FEDERAL APPOINTMENT
imitteeFilesComjHaintAgainst i0**"T0Aimmm**
el Firm Under 1945 New York Law Urge Consideration of Women Rabbis
iRK The first com-
r,-l ;i travel agency spe-
L organized European
>ui. sine passage of the
te Anti-Discrimina-
|.-. 1945 was made V.'ed-
the American Jewish
lh the State Commis-
l Discrimination here.
bmplaint charges Marsh
i ave Manhattan,
I on disclosure of a
Bant's rice, creed, col-
origin, plane of birth
' as a condition
k qualification for
\)< up
Lh T( urs literature pub-
fcr these conditions,
[, isserts, to make
important, intent
pi said communica-
te or ad\crtisemcnt is
particular race,
(r on national origin are
imiiable or not
i I or solicited."
complaint is a
[the Marsh Tours
for m< mbership which
( nationality and
fchcr i r religion, and a
(the names of the appli-
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|iplaint, which names
: MarjOrie Marsh
' rs of Marsh
the New York
I based on the
use i i places of pub-
| which include
I, hotels and
1 ihi ir package tours.
a*k- the State Commis-
requiring Marsh
desist from the
it it v practices
id i complaint"
To Aid Shortage of Spiritual Leaders
Reconsideration of Judaian'l historic stand a'air.st women rabbis wa, asked by Dr. Barnett R
Bnckner of Cleveland, in his presidential address to the Central Conference of American Rabbis, which
concluded its bbth annual convention at Asbury I'ark recently.
After a lively floor discussion, the Reform rabbis referred the matter to a special committee which
will report back next year. In hi> address, Rabbi Brickner. spiritual leader of the Euclid Avenue Temple
in Cleveland, said that new conditions .should alter the Reform position. He referred to a recent decision
of the General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church which, he
said, "broke a 167-year-old tradi-
tion by voting four to one to ordain
women as ministers "
Dr. Brickner also cited the short-
age of rabbis because of the rapid
rise in th^ number of Reform tern
pies. Congregations affiliated with
the Union of American Hebrew
ej'ati'.ns.,central body of R?-
form, now totalling over soo tern-
Label A. Katz, New Orleans

attorney and realtor, was
elected chairman of the B'nai
B'rith National Youth Com-
mission at a meeting of the
Commission held here at
Camp B'nai B'rith. Katz suc-
ceeds Jacob I. Lieberman,
Los Angeles attorney, who
served since 1946. Katz, 36,
is a veteran of 20 years of
B'nai B'rith activity.
Hialeah Meeting
Hears Speakers
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, acted as master of ceremon-
ies at a meeting of Hialeah Miami
, Springs Jewish Center last week.
Plans were discussed for the
Center*! religious, social and edu-
i cational program of the coming
year.
Speakers included Rabbi Morris
Skop. president of the Florida
State Rabbinical Association, who
also represented the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbin ical Association;
Efraim Gale, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center; and Louis Sch-
wartzman. executive director of the
Buicau of Jewish Education
the racial character of American | in speaking of [srael's efforts
immigration laws, and join in ef towards peace in the Middle East,
torts to leeure peace in tit- Mi Idle Dr. Brickner referred to American
East. poiic] as one "which has not been
Rabbi Brickner said that the completely understandable to a b
I N s ),,,, purpose was not the ere- leaguered and belabored Israel''
ation oi n world union, but the en v ;- ,1|' Manov" Dr. Brickner
couragemenj of "cooperative ac- said, ^ton Mr. Dulles-tolls us that
Uonoo i volufdary bank among ,h:> ,,.,.,. Am,M,Ciin po!icy vi. ,
soverei) n ates, and to lhereby .
.;;'. develop klowty and gradually a toael U nn^otag a revision, for
decade ,ast community oj mteresta out of the us to Heartily endorse a concrete
The last time the Central Confer- pr,cT.11' *** *** inter- expression of friendship through
ence of American Rabbis consider- 2r ., declared. This haa b*?n formal treaty, which will link 1-
done, ar.d pleaded for the
"Strengthvning" of public appro-
bation of the international organiz-
ation.
ltd the question of ordaining wom-
en, at its thirty second annual
convention, in 1922. a resolution
was adopted, declaring that wom-
an "cannot justly be denied the
: privilege of ordination." No wom-
' an. however, has ever been ordain-
ed into ihe Reform rabbinate.
Alluding to the 1022 convention.
j Dr. Brickner said, "In the discus-
sion thai took place at that time
I was opposed to such a proposal.
But since then oar needs have
changed, and 1 have changed m,v
mmd. Many Christian Protestant
denominations have also ebanged
their minds. The Harvard Univer-
sity Theological School will now
ordain women, and the General As-
sembly of the Presbyterian Church
has reversed itself on this ques-
tion."
Dr. Brickner added. The Re-
form movement pioneered in
granting equality to women. Wom-
en not only sit on our boards, but
soon one of the oldest Reform con-
gregations will elect a woman as
its president. Why should we
grant women degrees only in re-
ligious education, qualifying them
to be educational directors, yet
deny them the prerogative to- be
preachers as well as teachers?
They have a special spiritual and
emotional fitness to be rabbis, and !
1 believe that,many women would
be attracted to this calling."
In his address Dr. Brickner also
urged his fellow rabbis to support
the tinted Nations, help combat
rael and America in a great ar.d
common purposethe defense of
free democracy."
Sophie Tucker, internationally famous ent3rtainer, receives
an Honor Scroll and a gold crown pin as a Trustee of the
Gucrdians of Israel for 1955, following her fifth annual pur-
chase recently of a $10,000 State of Is:ael Development Bond.
Making the award is Ira Guilden, chairman of the Greater
New York Committee for State of Israel Bonds, while seven-
year-old Ealan Wirograd, of Tel Aviv, is an interested witness.
lorr Haber, president
m ORT Feder-
Ihe past five years
c 't in Jewish
affairs, has been
president of the
3MT Union central
[Jr. Haber was unani-
boice of delegates
[countries at the ro-
piduded World Con-
)RT organizations at
The central board
rerning body of ORT
congresses. *
tabbi Poof Was
|f U.S. Committee
|>RK Dr. David de Sola
i oi the Spanish and Por-
Jnagogue in New York.
I' rary vice president of
nal Jewish Welfare
11 of G7 consultants
fe I"1' up the new code of
pi war prisoners.
the eldest Jewish con-
In the- rs. nfc Pool was
[I'M;. Commisstoa on
|Plaincy in World War
jy'sory Committee on
["' War. to which Dr.
consultant, was named
P I'V Charles Wilson, Sec
ilJt fciise
IN CONJUNCTION WITH JEWISH EDUCATION MONTH
Bureau of Jewish Education Joins National Appeal to Parents Here;
Calls for Enrollment of Miami Youth in Local Religious Schools
Bureau of Jewish Education
Wednesday joined in the call to
Jewish parents published by the
American Association for Jewish
Education in cooperation with 25
national Jewish organizations, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, Bureau
president.
The call to Jewish parents is ap-
propriate at this time, she said,
since registration of all Jewish
schools of Greater Miami will take
place from Sept. 6 through Oct If
The text of the call. Mrs. Ratner
added, observes that "the Tercen-
tenary of Jewish settlement in this
country has passed into history.
The celebrations and the festivi
tes are over. There has been occa-
sion for the expression of deep
satisfaction but also for much
stocktaking and for concern over
what the future is likely to hold in
store for the largest aggregation
of Jews in the present day world.
"As American Jewry enters into
its fourth century, it may wail
raise a series of fundamental ques-
What form is Jewish life
here likely to take? What are the
essential cultural and religious val-
ues that are worth perpetuating
and through which we enrich our-
selves and the society around us?
Does the American cultural patern
encourage and make sufficient pro-
vision for the preservation of such
'values?
"How capable will our children
be of coping effectively with them?
What contact will stay have had
with Jewish culture and tradition,
forms of Jewish observance and
the maturing Jewish community of
which they are a part?
"Jewish Education Month this
year will be observed irom Sept. 6
to Oct. 6. It is a time in which con-
centrated efforts need to be made
to enroll in Jewish schools our
children and youth, girls and boys.
It should likewise be a period
when we firmly reserve to improve
programs of Jewish education and
act courageously to make certain
that the experiences our children
receive in Jewish schools shall
prepare them properly for a hap-
py life as Jews in America now
and in the years to come."
Mogen Dovid Adom, Israel's national body akin to America's
Red Cross, recently celebrated its many years of service. Here
is a scene during fighting last year in Jerusalem, with Mogen
Dovid Adom playing a major part. International politics con-
tinue to bar Mogen Dovid Adom from the International Red
Cross, because Israel has declined the organization's symbol
and continues to use the Star of David, although the Arab
League's Red Crescent is a welcome member.


jfnitfflrrirfiin
PAGE 2 B
National Confab
Opened Sept. 9
A three-day national mobi
lion conference for Israel Bonds,
[ormallj inaugurating Hie fall
phase <>i Ihe Israel Bond cam]
in the l nited States, will opi
Washington on St pi 9, with I i <
Bshkol, Israel's Minister ol
nance, as one ol the principal
speak* i -
Jacob Sher, chairman ol the
Greater Miami Committee lor Is-
rat l Bonds, made the announce-
i He pointed out that the na-
a] conference will be the first
ting >>i it- kind to be held un-'
the new administration which'
assumed responsibility t h r e e
months ago for the sale of Israel
Bonds m the United States, Can-
Latin American countries and
\ estern Europe.
Abraham Feinberg, president of
ihc Development Corporation for
Israel, said "the conference will
be devoted to a detailed study ol
Israel- economic progress and he
plans for development. BS Well 88
the role of American Jewish com
munities in providing capital for
that development through Stat<
Israel Bonds"
\ large delegation from Greater
Miami will attend the C >nfl rence,
along with hundred- ol Jewish
communal leader- from through-
out the United St) i ada
Frid
ay,
Academy Adds
Ninth Grade
Vim will add a
the fall semester
der S Gross, pi
pal. ha- announced
With the addition ol this
bi Gn -- said, the Jui
School department, comprising the
;th and ninth
will be compli
In a report to the executive <
nittee last Tuesday. B I Binder
Academy president, -aid that 'the .
completion of a Junior High De-
partment is significant of the un-
lUUal growth of the Acadeim
Hebrew studies will be under
'he supervision ol Kabln Morris
Horovitz. Dean of Boys at the I
Academy. The courses offered in
the ninth grade of the English De-
partment will be similar to tho-c
en in the high schools of
Dade county.
North Shore Jewish Center
Inaugurate Nursery School
\ :!h Shore Jewish (enter will
open it- Nurserj School Sept. 12.
Ihe Miner) will otfer both a
-eculai and Jewish program in the
North Shore area and will serve
the Baj Harbor, Surflide, Norman
dj i -ure I-le -eetion-
( la--. will be held from am.
to 12 p m each week da) with bus
portation provided without
chai i
!;. gistration is now being held at
the school for students from three
to five years old, and will he lim-
ited so a- to insure maximum per
r each Child, -aid
Abraham .1 Gittelson, principal of
the school
New B'nai B'rith
Lodge to Receive
Charter Here
i illation o| the charter, ami
ii of the officer-, uf the
! North Dade
B'nai Until, will high
.i membership piannin ion for
the IMS membership campaign
Wedm lag evening, Iqpt m at
Ihe a hotel, it m been an
nounced by Gilbert J Balkin. pre-
ideiit of the B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida.
Frank Biel will be installed as
pre-ident of the new North Dade
I odge, which is the 22nd B'nai
B'rith Lodge to be formed in the
State ot Florida.
other officers are Francis S.
Brandt and Coleman R. Meyers.
vice presidents; Charles Winncker,
financial secretary and treasurer.
David Amdur. monitor; Rabbi Hen
rj okolica. monitor; Harry Fertig.
warden; Martin Tucker, guardian;
David Augustus and Al Wank.
trustees.
Julius Fisher ot Roanokc. Va.,
secretary of District Grand Lodge
No 5. B'nai B'rith. will present
the North Dade Lodge Charter to
Biel. Officers of North Dade Lodge
he Fiend, $*!
B'rith 9
nM" N KrMlJ
;,,r ;!l1 'n^a
II ]
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fitofc.
1924
Sidor Belarsky, world re-
nowned interpreter of Yid-
dish folk songs, will appear
at testimonial dinner to be
given by the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Mi-
ami in honor of Mendel M.
Fisher on Sunday, Dec. 4. at
the Di Lido hotel.
UM
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DAIRIl
Vitamin TM
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Greater MM |
Temple Building Program
Speeds lor High Holy Days
Twenty-three classrooms are now
being completed as part of the
pl Israel building program.
Remains Shipped to Israel
NEW YORK The remain- ol
the late Dr. Judah L. Mai
American educator and rabbi, who
served a- the first president ot the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
were to be shipped to Israel for re
interment on Thursday. Sept. 1, it
wa- disclosed here by Daniel G
Ross, president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
Dr. Magnes died in York Citv on
Oct. 27. 1948. at the age of 71
an announcement
according to
Wednesday.
The rooms, with a 250 capacity-
chapel and a 700 capacity auditor-
ium, are adjacent to the original
Temple Israel at 137 NE 19th -t
The new auditorium will serve as!
a sanctuary for the High Hoi)
Days, the announcement revealed
Registration and enrollment for
religious school 1- now in process
at the Temple daily between 9 a m
and 5 p.m.
Women's Unit to Meet
Miami Women's Unit of 1'nted
Cerebral Palsy will have it- first
business meeting of the new sea
-tin Monday evening. Sept. 12, at
the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic
Mrs. Claire Guaaow, president, will
set forth plans to be carried out
for the coming year.
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ember 9. 1955
+ knlst IhticJirtr
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nity Center Nursery Schools
repare for School Year Sept. 12
rh00js of Hie Greater
ij.l, ((immunity Center
cntinlly the same
\tlii of teachers who
|hi< capacity last year.
fcunced Wednesday by
Grossman, supervisor
Is.
k,! year will hcin on
pt 12 In chaw at the
[ions will be Mrs. The-
block, Flaglcr-Granada
I,,. Mrs Hlair Zimmett,
fa ; Mrs. GrossBMUl,
ch.
f,,r the rominR school
,nsist of the following
,, rower, who holds
m education from Co-
s-he lia- the de-
ol Jewish Peda-
t!,r Jewish Theological
l rs' Department.
ccn-i i Hebrew teacher
in the New York City
)ls.
h rman, who has a
n-
worh and edu-
cation from Pennsylvania State
College. She has taught m the
public schools and the Irene Kauf-
man Jewish Center in Pitt si i
She taught in the Town Branch last
year and will resume her position
there again.
Mrs. Zimmett, who has been with
the Center for the past four years,
holds a degree in education from
the University of Miami, majoring
in arts and craft.-.
At Flagler-Granada, Mrs. Wain-
stock, the head teacher, has a BA
degree in education from Hunter
College. She has taken courses
leading toward a Masters degree!
at the University of Florida and
has been a nursery school teacher
with the Center for the past two
years.
Mrs. Nathan Cohen, who has
taught for the Center for the past
two years, has taken courses at the
University of Miami, majoring in
courses in education. She is a grad-
uate of Brooklyn College, holding a
BSS degree.
Mrs. Janice Grant has earned
her BA degree at Hunter College,
majoring in sociology and educa-
tion. She has taught in the ele-
mentary grades in the Long Island
Public Schools and for the past
year in the Flagler-Granada Nur-
sery-School
Mrs. Abraham Gittalsofl is a
graduate of Hunter College with a
15.\ ilc'/ree She i- ii'so ., graduate
College. She has taught kinder-
garten in the Raniaz School in
Mew York City. She will serve as
nursery school teacher in the
Beach school for the second year, j
Kthel Dertko. a graduate of Har-
1 era' College, St Louis,
Mo., has completed some graduate '
work at Northwestern and Wash
ington Universities, majoring in
education. She taught in the early
elementary grades in the St. Louis
and Alameda, Cal., public schools.
She was a member of the Beach
nursery school staff last year and
will continue in that position for
the coming year.
Mrs. Grossman is a graduate of
the Montclalr. N.J., State Cohere
for Teachers. She has taken grad
uate work at New York University,
University of Miami and the Uni-
versity of Florida. She was one
of the three representatives of
Dade County who recently attend-
ed a week's institute at the Uni-
versity of Florida, at Tallahassee.
She has taught in the public
schools of North Bergen. N.J., and
Manhattan. She has served the Cen-
ter for the past 14 years as teacher
and supervisor.
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by the Dade County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction.
ChUdren living on Normandy
Isle in Miami Beach and the three
islands of North Bay Village will
attend.
Herbert Silver, principal, said
Wednesday, that all children in
this new school boundary area
were to register at the school on
Thursday. Sept. 1. from 8:30 to 9
p.m., even though they may have
registered in the snrins.
First day of attendance was Tues-
day, Sept. 6.
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Louis Handel addressed a
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Tuesday evening. Subject of his
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MTU StEROTYj^
Half Million N. Africa Jews in Jeoparr]j
I;;,;';;";;:, L,n, eve,,,, m NorthAfrica J*5^^ri..Tu2iil*a
( MtiowUsUc vMM has jeo- of AJC Mmmendation, h,ve ff
,lI/.-.I the region s estimated half million Jam. State Department in
i Washington, Jewish organizations continue to
,,,.,.,,,. developments affecting North Africa with
. v.ie to doing everything humanly possible to
;.,, Jews in that troubled region Only time wi
tell what role the American Jewish community will
By HILARY MINDLIN ^"sh'oiJantoUoM have for many years fore-
mrs de FOREST who has been a psychoanalyst for over I quarter .,,,, lhl. current crisis Since 1948 hundreds of thou- if equality cannot be achieved. or ii
of aTn.'un studied fo/several^eaW with Sandor Ferencxi, Hun- ..,,. North African Jews have beet.moved to larimta further
iL^S^S^eSoSSri Se Hungarian Psycho-Analytica new homes in lerael American Jewish philanthropy Arab League activity on behalf <
; v 0"wWchhJw president until h-s death in 1933 Dr Ferencxi h,. pIayed an important role in a lcuat.ng the situ- aUaaa in Nortjl Afr.ca has been/
;; ; St friend and co-worker ol Sigmund Freud Thai Dr |Uon those migrating to Israel as well as hose
Ferrari wafaMeto maintain this friendship in th. ho remained in the primitive Mellah of Casa-
Hicting views he developed, and particularly in the fact ol Preuas b|a| ,. anH
ncreasinab harsh criticism and disapproval of his research and find- consultation between various Jewish leaders and
ings." is a "tribute to that -leaven ol love" which was an integral part Kmu.h guthoritiea baa been "n'ii,'r_wia^ fJ_r.;^m^
THE LEAVEN OF LOVE. A Dev.lopm.nr of the Psychoanalytic
Theory and Technique of Sandor F.renc.i. By lH d Fore
206 pp. New York: Harper and Brothers. 1954. S3.50.
both of Dr. Forencri's theory and his own personality
Stale Department in \va<
tamp* by other Jew.%*.
The views of Moroccan US***
AJC delegation, indicate the amht!
the Jew in Morocco todaj OnoIeiSl
remain in his home |.rovld,n, kTH
nee that the discrimination he S3
minated. On the other, he wantiY
Washington. In a number of i
criticism of France has been cotnS
ish propaganda. This was especial^
circulated against French officui
faith. It is also true, however thatTl
time While the French have indicated a desire to Albert Bassis, is one of the Tunisia
Mrs de Forest devotes onlj one chapter to Ferenczis life oeiore p|.,,I(,(.t jewa ir, raging Arab mobs, events of the
lescribe in detail his method ol psychoanalysis illustrating ,.M M.V(.r,(| WMkj indicate that the French are ex
ater difficult) m defending their
own position and the securit) of their own forces.
Februarj delegation representing the
American Jewish Committee made an on the spot
survej li spent two weeks visiting North Africa
i ,i Moron o and Pans, cnaulting
liberalh with clinical i from her own Ions expenenc.
therapist Verj briefly. Dr Ferencris theorj is The indispei
ns power in the therapeutic gift is love." Instead
n which the analj I
the end ol the session I i terprel in an impersonal and
requires thai the analyst take an
nt to establish a real overnment officials, Tunisian author-
him. while he hima unwavei i """' '""


i
Thus tl
i
Paris
The greatest current danger is |
over 1.500 persons died ln ,ne viola
?nd last month Jew i< ar that l|a
be turned against the \ulnerabejg
who may increasing loom as am_
troops remain. But n French foreeii
and Arab extremist- take over, theJ
:ould be even worse
PERMITTING
the n
m" i
I
ntageou
i dful attempt to
he eatly dread Ins)
ilytic exp
ibutes to t ti iction
his book is
Mind d<' I ettelheim's
hi kifferem

livitj
which, in Mrs
r own di
ritj ol psych i
i hristian
.1 the
! ';, Hel

HILTON FRIEBMAX
SAM L CARSOS
Arab League Means Ai
Judge Sobeloff
. shunted aside
Story Behind a Federal Appointment
\ terest to Jen un-
it wish fudge *ho

wa bloi
He is U.S. S
minated

S
*
-
I Mr i
i
rV'hite House
unds
lhat ., strong advoi
"ii "I races in public schools"
Senatoi i 0 Eastland, ol Mississippi,
'Mm l> Johnstoi Una undi rmined
The Arab League stands for peaceful sottleroeatj
whenever possibb
That's what the script saysin black and white
ma) surprise a lot of people in Israel and ninng Zionisj
I S A Egypt, mainspring of the Arab League, has not I.
in tavoi ol settlement of "all" disputes l.ivorablj For|
onlj lM>k at what has happened to dati in the e-fforts|
11 tenains along the Gaza strip, through the aborting
talks Initiated by a Security Council resolution. Oat j
ill that it is almost a year since Egypl seized tat j
i,jim. violating an older Securit) I >uncil resoat
freedom of passage for all shipping through the Sunl
But the statement affirming lh< V ib Let
aceful settlements had not boon intended a- a
Israel situation. The sentence wa- part ol .. hih
issued heie l>> the Arab League, "deploring thenoUi
calling upon the French Government to take a morei
tude toward the leigimate aspirations of the peoples of I
However, inadvertently, the Arab I i has mi
clumsy, anti Israel foot into its liberal mouth For the!
the League's enthusiasm for peace wi mmediateb
and tiled for notice when tl am i
True, all concede, the Arab bloc Is get uineb intereSaJ
iul outcome of the North African imbroglio But in
behalf of Moroecanas well as Algerian independent
I more than overplayed then hand Their
the peaceful settlement of "all" diaputi not tMH
error They made another, more icriou lake The? I
elves outvoted in the now well. \-i.,n Africa I
mixed as an aftermath to last April Bandttttf
twits from the two countries
It was the Aral. league that wa- hottest for creaWM
en remit cent ol Nations bloc out ot thooo delegate hi
"I W Republican who -t. W/iUj nilly, India. Burma and the i'hilii:
ol thai bloc All three of these countries have been sk
hn i Met ellat ol their failure to kep anti-Israel reeolutii from the"
dung ( onferenee Furthermore India Kurrria hal
pre Bandung meetings to get Israel into that corffrr
.. thi fighl finally, onlj becauae the Arab countries thrai
1 up Bandung amit) before it got n "> '
I :.,. should get bid
his public record and u ------------
f 1,71V MTTIHlf t V ___
public hi aLatttPxl fef M fefgtf *'l^w ^
review b
his loyalt) Di
i ourt
inter-
i Su
it he neithet
ment bnel nor
Kf.V.V.I UHOSSMW
Israel's Elections Remain a Dile
ninia
By the time this column reaches print, several
weeks will have passed since the elections in Israel
While the main tides of excitement and comment
have broken equally upon the shores of dail) routine
and upon the demands (.i everydaj life, the
mortems and analyses still continue And. i course
the specific make-up of the new coalition has yet to
be decided. As I write, the afternoon paper
nounee that President Ben Zvi has just asked D
Ben Gurion to form a new Government and Ban
Gurion has already declared his intention to seek i
I road national coalition of all those parties repre
sented in Israels first provisional Government, back
in 1948
B.G. is a hardy veteran of political combat and
the call to battle stations is neither unfamiliar nor
unusual to him. And yet today many Israelis -ee the
<;(>K This is All True
r;,:
national leader ,h( wpteatj of its
George Jeaael, having been in-
vited to inspect a famous Tel
Am\ hospital, was proudly shown
it recently, while on a tour
"t Nrael. by several Jewish phy-
i s ,,nd surgeon
Final!) the charts were reached
and Georgia looked at them, ob-
Ing the system of abbrevia-
lionj V for Scarlet Fever, Hi
for Tuberculosis, I) for Dip-
thena. and so on. All diseases
seemed to he pretty well under
control, except one idicated by
the symbol GOK.
i obeerva," aid Jessel. that
V'u have a sweeping epidemic GO
your hands. This is a symbol
not in common use in American
medical circles; JUst what is
GOl
<>h" one of the doctors re-
l lightly, when we can't
diagnose. G
According to Yehudi Henuhin.
whan archaeaIogi.it* were dig
gmg m the ruins of Jerusalem
came upon a library of
Plaques containing the laws of
the realm Oat [
in .Meet. IWJC
-.-. ..uld be
the result
It you fail to teacai
not he are 5r*J5J
suit ol your
A friend of Ja*
in ditficultie*
Jack friend h*dj
$500 He had
mini tw %.
proved to be *"
Jek irirnd
five hundred
in writinK"
Taat s not ,
conned h.-s JJi
and *> >0""^
dollars at oece
m mean *
dollars Jack'
-No! I *2
"Say tho|f
will write bacs^J
dv( hundre
in w
riting-


Lember 9^1955
lie Library Plans
Safety Display
- month ->f September,
Kiblic Library is plan-
Ly that will call atten-
"importance of safety
t only in the factory
Ighway, but also in the
I to Dr. Frank B.
9r ol the library.
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PAGE 5 B
"Parents, educators, plant super-
intendents, Scout leaders and all
other persons interested in reduc-
ing accidents and encouraging safe-
ty education are invited to make
use of the library's material on \ at -
ious aspects of safety," Dr. Sessa
said.
Special attention will be given
to the care and education of chil-
dren according to the best safety
practices. Information about safe
play and play areas, traffic prob-
lems, the handling and care of bi-
cycles, the perils involved in the
\m of firm-arms and certain play-
things will be included.
Spiritual, Cultural Program
Precedes Zamora Selichot
Spiritual and cultural activities
of the Zamora Jewish Center will
open officially on Saturday eve-
ning, Sept. 10, according to a state-
jment issued by Abraham Maloff,
president of Zamora.
The Adult Education program
will be initiated with a session on
the "High Holidays," at which the
Sisterhood will act as. hostcsjpi.
Harry Rss, president of the
Men's Club, Mrs. William Locke,
president of the Sisterhood, and
[Mrs. David Kvel, chairman of the
[women's division, will be in charge
of the session.
The midnight Selichot service
will be held at 12 a.m. and will be
conducted by Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz and Rev. Rudolph Brill.
R()ligiou.s committee in charge of
the services are Arthur Deutsch,
I chairman, Sam Sirvermah, Gilbert
| Press, Lester Shapiro and Max
'Temchn.
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'Grossinger's TV Story to be Reshown Sept. 14
L to thousand! of requests for a repeat
En Jennie GroaaliifW'i dramatic story.
Jocumented last winter on the "This Is
television show. Ralph Edwards has an-
|t a kinescope of the program will be
tsdav. Sept. 14. on the National Broad-
ipanv's coast-to-coast network.
Che of requests has poured in from pco-
I it,, country asking for a reshowing of
ve story of the noted Miami Beach
Jp with her family, built a small farm
fed-famous Grossinger Country Club at
|N. V one of the globe's outstanding
topic who saw the program have ex-
tish t<> see it again, while others who
(riginal documentary but have heard it
ihose who viewed it last winter have
Land the network for a reshowing," Ed-
lined
half-hour allotted to tha program
L Edwards to go into great detail.
he does manage to capture many of the highlights in
the life of Mrs. Grossinger. who was named last
year as one of America's key women.
The Grossinger Country Club, started 41 years
ago with nine guests, now can accommodate more
than 1,000 vacationers in its 33 buildings There are
810 employees. On its 250 acres are to be found
facilities ranging from an official Olvmpic swim-
ming pool to a huge private airport, from an 18-
hole championship golf course to an artificial skat-
ing rink. It has a horseback riding academy with
thoroughbreds and miles of beautiful bridal paths a
70-acrc private lake, all weather and clay tennis
courts, a now ski development and many other fam-
ous features that have enabled the resort to live up
to its slogan." Grossinger s Has Everything
Behind it all is the story of Jennie GrosslngM
and her husband. Harry, who struggled to build a re-
sort empire that is the favorite of vactionists from
all walks of life, ranging from Hollywood and
Broadway stars to "New Faces of 1955," famous
columnists and other newspapermen.
\Jennie Grossinger
[fideis Chapter
lew Season
soon Sept 12. at the
. the l.miisc-Brandeis
Inmerican Jewish Con-
Id ii first meeting of
IB season in the form
ship party
Shon Miller will nar-
called "Congress in
spared by Mrs. Joseph
jffam chairman.
project to raise funds
sui.se Waterman Wise
|be launched during the
11 to 24 at the Carib,
|M le theaters under
uiship of Mrs. Esther
Emanu-EI Religious
School Reveals
Program Plans
Religious school of Temple
Emanu-EI opaned its doors for the
.registration or students last week,
announced Dr. Herman Mechlo-
.witz, chairman of the religious
'school committee
This year, the school will intro-
duce a new kindergarten class for
children of five years of age where
they will be given bilingual in-
struction and will follow the read-
ing-readiness program used nation-
ally in kindergarten classes. The
hours will be 9 a.m. to noon, Mon-
day through Friday, and transpor-
taton will be provided.
Another new class for children
of six and seven years of age will
be organized to meet once each
week from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in ad-
dition to regular sessions on Sun-
day morning. Through play, songs,
games and dramatizations, the
children will be taught enough He-
brew properly to prepare them for
entrance into the daily religious
school. Dr. Mechlowitz said.
The nursery for three and four-
year-old children, meets Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to
noon, and, through an informal
program, provides an introduction
to Jewish life, he added.
New UN Chapter to
Be Formed Here
A Coral Gables chapter of the
Miami Association for the United
Nations is being formed, it was an
nounced Wednesday. Purpose will
be to brin* to the community
speakers and programs devoted to
increasing local understanding of
present-day world affairs.
First meeting of the Coral Ga-
bles chapter was held on Tuesday
evening in the Coral Gales Method-
ist Church.
Speaker was Dr. H. Franklin
Williams, vice president of the
University of Mami. who has re-
cently returned from a tour of the
Near East. He was introduced by
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, who led a
discussion period concerning the
ways in wheh community groups
can participate in ths year's observ-
ance of the tenth anniversary of
the UN's founding.
Daily religious school for chil-
dren in and above the second grade
in public school, meets three times
weekly. Transportation is provided
for those studenls attending Bis-
cayne. Treasure Island. North
Beach and Nautilus Schools.
Sunday School is divided into
three departments, elementary-,
junior high school and high school,
covering each age group.
Director of education is Saul
Rabin.
^ -'.' !$&
Elsa Levick, daughter of Mrs. Albert Levick, 637 Malaga, and
Jack Kopelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kopelman, 4413
Monserrate, are being congratulated by Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, spiritual leader of Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Mrs.
Fannie Reich, president of the Sisterhood, upon being award-
ed Teachers Training Scholarships by the Center Sisterhood,
following their attendance at Youth Conclave sponsored by
the Southern region of the Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. Elsa and Jack will enter the training classes spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education.
Foscell Will Address
Presidents' Council Meet
Rep. Dante Fascell will highlight
the Sept. 12 meeting of the Presi-
dents' Council of Miami Beach with
a report from Capital Hill and a
discussion of Congressional bills,
passed and pending, which will af-
i feet Florida.
In making the announcement.
Ray T Sterling, president of the
Council, said Fascell is expected to
summarize the bill on the removal
| of the 10'; travel tax. "Of the
many bills introduced none has a
I more far-reaching effect upon the
(economy of the Greater Miami
1 area," Sterling said. and Rep.
! Fascell is to be commended for his
continuing battle to eliminate this
discriminating tax on Latin Amer
ican travel."
Each of the 29 member organiza-
ations of Presidents' Council has
I been invited to hold its regular
meeting in conjuncton with Fas-
cell's appearance. Sterling added.
Miami Dentist
Makes Report
A Miami dentist. Dr. Doran D.
Zinner. of the department of den-
tal research. National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, appeared last
week before 500 doctors at the
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Swiss Lock Border
To German Hate Monger
Visit Won't Ease
. Ambassador Says
EiNGTON (WNS) Syrian
Cador Dr. Darid Zeinnedine,
fcat was believed to be Arab
-on to Vice President Richard
E forthcoming visit to Israel
L Arab states, predicted that
Eton's good-will tour to the
trai'l area will not change
e tensions in the Middle
Because "this is a problem
no settlement is in view.'"
of the Middle East if they can make
a permanent settlement of borders.
A Foreign Office statement hailed
Mr. Dulles' proposal wth regard to
borders as an "important contrhu-
tion toward solution of the most
critical, outstanding problem of
the Middle East "
|i Scientist to Conduct
ct for U.S. Air Force
r AVIV iUN'S) The Euro
CfficT ol the Air Research and
hpment Command of the
States Air Force has corn-
Led an Israeli scientist. Pro
Ifarkus Itciner of the Tech-
|ln>titut<- ol Technology, to
lout a special research proj-
lArran-1 menta for the re-
proji i rir made with Dr.
bj three IS. Air Force
who n cently visited the
Ion.
Dr. Goldmann Urges Radical
Change in Zionist Movement
JERUSALEM (WNS)The Zion-
ist movement must adjust itself to
conditions created through the
establishment of Israel if it is to
play the leading role in Jewish
life, it was declared here by Dr.
Nahum Goldman, Chairman of the
Jewish Agency, at a session of the
Zionist Actions Committee. Dr.
Goldman asserted that he was rath-
er skeptical that changes would
take place since, he said, the Zion-
ist movement has been dominated
in recent years by conservative ten-
dencies in a desire to maintain the
status quo.
BONN (WNS)-Karl Mcissner
notorious German anti-Semite and
i neo-Nazi, was turned back this
iweek by Swiss frontier guard-
,when he tried Co enter Switzerland
for a conference with anti-Semitic
leaders from other countries A
former member of the Bavarian
parliament. lleiaHMr is chairman
of the neo-Nazi 'German Block
whose base of operation is Munich.
pre-Hitler Reichstag, based his
complaint on an article in the July
issue of the publication which
Charged among other things that
Zionism was the common source
which united Roosevelt, Churchill
and Stalin m their hatred of Ger-
many. The article was based on the
disclosure in the recently-released
Yalta papers in which both Presi-
dent Roosevelt and Marshal Stalin
were pictured as having considered
themselves Zionists.
Fire Razes One of
I Turkey's Oldest Synagogues
. ISTANBUL (WNS) The syna-
gogue in the small town of Mus-
tafa kemal pasha, one of the oldest
J Jewish houses of worship in the
country, was razed last week by a
I fire which destroyed eight adja-
cent buildings. The blaze consumed
the Sacred Ark and all the Holy
Scrolls, some of them antique, as
well as all religious objects and
sacred tomes
Lin Swig to Head
laign for Reform Judaism
i.-ilK i.ITA) -Benjamin
:i Francisco has been
general chairman of the
(oup will continue fostering
uned campaign for
pan Reform Judaism, The
nil seek to raise S2.401.000
to meal the
urn needs "f the Union of
km Hebrew Congregations,
j bod] ol 510 Reform or Lib-
fwi-l: congregations through-
L'nited Stales and Canada,
e Hi br< w Union Col
Institute ol Religion, oldest
theological college in the
to Seek to Remove
Government Contracts
\t:i; n A President U-
fcii has approached plans
| eoi l en nee at Wash
t" n toward Hi
I1 and racial
I M, government
s tary of Labor
the conference
talk with the Pres-
Summer White Rouse
h A Base, He said
fcnhowi r was 'Aery pleased"
an- [or the conference.
Rift Rips Zionists
At Meeting in Brazil
BIO DE JANEIRO fWNS)
Smolding factional difference- in
he United Zionist Organization of
Brazil erupted sharply at the or-
ganization's national convention
here and the parley was broken up
after a 12-hour plenary session of
bitter debate which lasted through
the night.
Moroccan Jews Appeal for
Immediate Haven in Israel
CASABLANCA (WNS)- An ur-
gent appeal for immediate transfer
to Israel was reported here to have
been made by the Jewish commu-
nity of the ancient llorocean city
of Mazagan following last week's
ri.it- in which eight Jews were
killed and 30 wounded by a fana-
tual horde which plundered and
burned 26 Jewish homes
Wisconsin Tercentenary
Group to Continue to Function
MILWAUKEE .WNS)Continu-
ance as a permanent organization
under the name of "Wisconsin So-
ciety for Jewish Learning" has
been voted by the Wisconsin Jew-
ish Tercentenary Committee. The
the chair ol Hebrew studies at the
University of Wisconsin and other
cultural projects, such as the Wis-
consin Jewish Archives and re-
search studies about Jews in the
State of \\ isconsin.
Figure Juggler 'Proves' Nazis
Killed Mere 365,000 Jews
FRANKFURT (WNS)-Thc Nazis
killed a mere 365.000 Jews in
Europe and not six million, it was
claimed this week by the Weisba-
jden neo-fascist monthly 'Die
Europaeische Nationale" in an ar-
ticle bearing the title "The Lie of
(the Six Million Killed Jews." Edit-
ed and published by the notorious
neo-Nazi organizer Karl Heinz
Pnester, the publication arrived
at the 365.000 figure through a jug-
gling of facts
PAGE 9 I
Beth El Appoints
Kaminetzky to Staff
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth El, Wednesday revealed the
, appointment of Benjamin Kaminet-'
zky as head teacher in the relig-
ious school.
"Kaminetzky comes here well
recommended by the Bureau of
Jewish Education and other well
i known educational institutions,"
! Rabbi Swirsky said. He is a grad-
duate of the Teachers Institute of
i the Jewish Theological Seminary
| of America and has served for
many years in the field of Jewish
education.
Kaminetzky came to Miami
Beach three years ago.
Sisterhood to Meet
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president
of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
[Sholom, will be Itnitaia at a lunch-
eon for officers and board of the
i Sisterhood on Friday, Sept. 9, in
the Temple banquet hall. The
, luncheon will follow the first board
meeting ot the new season which
I- scheduled to take place earlier
that morning at 10:30 a.m.
Criminal Complaint Filed
Against Anti-Semitic Sheet
COBOURC (WNS) A criminal
complaint charging the neo-Nazi
hate sheet Nation Europe" with
"incitement of national and racial
hatred" was filed here this week
I with the local district attorney by
Dr. Fritz Loewenthal. The com-
plainant, i practicing attornai at
! Bad Oeynhauscn who served in the
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Beth Israel Opens Academy Women
Religious School Hold Meeting
Newly arrived to assume the |
pulpit of Beth breelCongre^on
at 711 Prairie ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi II. Louis Roltman this week
revealed plans for the i
tion's first religious school.
Initial gathering of the Hebrew
n/i n was held Wed
iie-day at th Ugi< hotel
Mrs. Irving Firtel, president
greeted the group and Introduced
For the first time in Beth Is- the new members S out-
raeli's hstory. the congregation will lined the schedule ol events plan-
have regular religious classes ned for the con I *
meeting daily and Sunday-." the cussed new | !" be innovat
youthful spiritual leader e\piam ed immediate!] after the Holiday
. dding that sessions opened season.
Program di Nl "
Year 5717 was presented by Mrs
Tuesday and are now in progress
Plan- for the innovation have
been executed by Rabbi Rottman
Dr Irwin Makovsky, chairman
of the board oi education, in con-
junction With their activity, the
following offered assistance:
Morn- Weinstein, president;
David Goldstein, moo |
Samuel Wolfe, treasurer;
Mori is J Gnu Iwi i w cretary
Ral tman has a degree in
education and psycho! igj
i
wi lained in the Rabbinical D<
tment oi Hebrew Theolo
\--.-t. i- his w
r of
ree from the
Jonah Caplan. newlj appoii
i hairman
Reports on all si ities
were the Mesdami Isidore Spolter.
New \ i cards; Dai
Esther Rackovsky, financal;
Joseph Shapiro, binyan ba
Vii
I hi j w
the '
Ham '": '
Sussman Lou Sussmi U< nan-
. Gross
j>idc
Auxiliary HMrj j^
Jack Levine n,..., '
weie
8,Vcn "n mt,*
i held m August.
LONC-DISTAJ^
MOVES
Work on the new Sanctuary of Temple Beth Sholom is being
ac-elerated in order that the congregation may worship there
during the coming High Holy Days. Shown here is Morris
Burk, builder, explaining steps in completion of the structure.
Looking on are (left to right) Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom; associate local architect of the project.
Herbert Mc'.hcs; and Charles Silvers, chairman of the Tem-
ple's construction committee.
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Local Assistance Sought
For Victims of Flood
Sepherdim Name
Rabb5 Alfaraz
s
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bay, president
Assisting in preparation for the
event arc Samuel Pesj pres-
ident; Victor Duenias, secretary;
and Isaac Aboulafia, tn
Th< which holds S
services weekly throughout
will have as it- spiritual
er Rabbi Abraham All
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in New York City.
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JSeptember 9, 1955
+J**lstl fhrirfg >r
[legal notice ____
under fictitious
' NAME LAW
. HKIIKHY UIVEN til ll
ii-n.'l. rt' rlim '
I nan.....:
Will I M Hagl.
.1.1 n.iii.
I ..ml of
mi,:
LEGAL NOTICE
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
UKHY GIVEN
i
ili'i tit
^ I'll, al I'u. niiiic.n -
ml* in 11
n-iih thi 'i-'i k of I'll""
f i i.i.i.- i ml). l'"l"'
\ \ III \.\ I i AVIS. oW in i
L'i'KKR
it Nathan I '
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ID HKKKIIY GIVEN thai
. -n ins i" engage la
Ender Hi. fictitious name cf
i 8.W --'mi Ava.,
i i .i me m Hh the
Id, i i lit Court nl Dadc
iV'i.iis .1 CHAGNOT
rf..i Applicant
itglrr 81
"E BY PUBLICATION
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR OADE
IN CHANCERY. No. 182753
ti: IRIS RPNlb, Plaintiff,
IflKOKCK BPNI8,
I 1-filliln II t
IT FOR DIVORCE
IT GEl IRGE III NIS
i' a '' unpany,
try Ilepaitmenl
Dtuii. M husetts
: thai a lllll
I 11| ... tin- been
ll you, .. ml d
..|.> ni your A newer 01
ii. [till ..r Complaint >m
v rm NORMAN II.
(IN. 1 1 in .!n It..ad itullil-
snd ni.. the
\ Pleading In tha
Ireull Court
re Hi.- 1 1 tlaj of iiii'iii 1.
mi fni -.1. ludgment
uiii in- tuki 11 against 1 ou
. Del 1 indc .1 in Lh Bill
I !! lie published onca
titlve weeks
BWISH KI.ORIPIAN
l\li nltDKRKD at Miami.
' \ 1- lat, A 11.
'.i wtiikkman.
1
. Florida
R l! RICK, .IK.
Dun s. Deputy Clei k
UNJER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HERKBV GIVEN that
limi.-.i. di nil Ing i" engage la
liuii'i tin fli niloui name of
1" I -1:. IMPORTS, iit Ull
Kill. Miami 1 leach, Ma Ma-
nama with the
It nil Court nf Dade
1.1..
IN HARPER. INC.
MARILYN Bl'RKB, Pre*
A ''."l.hSTKIN
Registrant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEKKItV t'.lVEN
111.' un.l. 1 -;kii. .1. di tma ,,
MARIA NKGLIA EXTKKI'KISI
KlM Flldg Intend, l ,
ml nan with i.h. 1]..,k ,,r ,h,
.-nit Court nf .;,.. ,.,,
IAIMA KEfiLI ii*!,,.,
Bernard 1% u ow""
Vttnrn \;i|ill.-nnt
:ii; Si> hold ni
1-9-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY RIVEN that
the undersigned, d.alrlrra t.. .-nil
hualneaa under th.- fictitious name ol
CROWN COMMERCIAL CO lt.nl
at P. q. Boa -v North Miami.
I- !<.n.la. Im.nil* to real name
with tin- Clerk nf the 1 ireull 1 '.
Daoe County, Florida.
NAT HANKS
OKOROE J. TAI.IAN..I l- .
Attorney for Nat I tanks
s L'tt 9/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
' >-=3M
\i ITICR
H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREHY UIVEN thai
: prffSe.1 nt...... of
tKS Woltl
1 .in., v Milt.
;V';"".> ri Applicant*
1.1.1 ongn i:i.ik
i 1:1 .,
IN THE

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKItV fllVEN Ih.it
the undrrtdgncd, desiring to engage in
liiislni-HH under the fictitious name nf
SHORKHAM-NOR.MAN HOTELS at
I..I Ocean Drive, Miami li.-aeh Flor-
ida, Intend to register aald name with
th. Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
DAVID I'.ASS
Ml IMAM I'.ASS
A \l(i i.V M KANNKR. I).,,
Attorney for David Ba and
Miriam Ha.ua
K/26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIBKEHY CIVEN that
the undersigned. dVsirlng engage in
bualneaa under the fk-tltinu.- name nf
SAMS TEXACO SKItVUi: STA-
TION, al Mil Alton K.1.11I. Miami
Reach. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Daiie County, Florida
SAM LOGPNOW, Sole owner
DAVID M CliNSH \K
Attorney for Applicant
T'lt lllscayne Rldg.
!'. 2 -9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY DIVEN thai
the Undersigned, deslllng tn engage ill
business under the flotltloue name of
MIAMI FLORIDA PA8HION COUN-
CIL, at 141 N 1: trd Avenue, Miami.
Fla., intends to register aald name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade Count)', Florid;!.
MIAMI PA8HION A Florida non-profit Corn.
8HAPIRO PRIED
Attorneys for Appli. ant
120 Lincoln till.
! I 19
CIRCUIT COURT OF TMC
r7aH.iU?'JC,AL CIRCUIT OF
IDA IN AND FOR
IN CHANCERY.
I'l.i i> li > ..........INO
FLOR-
DADE COUNTY.
M > Mii.wn, PUIntlff
'fur* nJ^TAft^a "<'"'""
1 "i JKNNIE Mi I aki. \\|. ,,,
I,';1',; "v"fl;" '" m...... <<<
'......"k thi-. null with 11,u .......,-..
pi- tdina 1
Clerk, and
ill with thin Court'a
.--ei \ a copy on Plaintiff*
attorney, HERBERT h HCTNEr"
MS Drext 1 Ave Miami Id ,1
or '" tober 13th,
Eaq ,
Plot Ida,
tatalni irW *S taken
onfeaaed b) you
Dated: Angnat It, INI
1: M LEATHERMAN
1, ,,l,',.k. "' ""' Circuit Court
.Sent, '; ''"'' "'
,-9/2-9 "*-"-> I'lelk
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.H HEREBY GIVEN that
the unde.Mi:,,.',!. doalrlnc to engace In
1 "t,'.,V."\",."',r "'- ''el.tio,,!, ,,,-
11. M I H.viTi -in-: WAREHOIKE
"' N U Mth Street. Miami, FlcE
Ida. Intenda toxajriatei aald name with
Coun^rn1riS?T'rCUUC0'.....M^
DAVID DR^CK,ERBYBR' "^ '.....'
Artornaj for Ann. Byar
I/I-mSS"" i:""'""k' MlnnH, Umida
COUNiY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE. No. 3&424-B
pATE DP
PBLF1N, alao known aa
IiKI.iin. Deceased
:E TO CREDITORS
ill'"'- .in.i All Peraona llav-
11 Demands Agalnal Bald
each nf yu arp hereby
required to present any
oamindx which vaaj, 01
"' [na iiiM aaalnat the
J5;AH I>F:LPiN. a/k/a
1 I.I'I \ :. ,.,-eil late of
1 1 "la. to the Honor-
> -iii'ii-'i -! 11.,.1, County
mmt in their offices In
Dada '"oun-
"itliln elsht calendar
'' of the first
Said claims or
I hi legal address
9 >d to '" nrora to
"' '" lid, -.I SMine
H B*' '......" w of
\ .

'S1' H SHAPIRO
Wtl I. A.'HoK
..... of the
I'KCAR 11| )l.KIN
BHATA liKI.KIN
M PRIED "''-^-
Adminlstraton
Miami Beach, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrinR to engage In
l.n-dncss under the fictitious name of
SYMPHONY FASHIONS oh" MIAMI,
at 144 North Michigan Avenue, Mi-
ami Keach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Kloiida.
MAN NIK KlEtlEL. Sale Owner
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
8/l-2 f/2-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERKBT GIVEN that
the underalaned. desiring to enaaRe in
business under the flrtHIiHi name of
CHART RECORD COMPANY tnot
Inc.), at fMO Coral Gate Drive. Miami.
Florida, Intends to register the aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of August. 1MB.
MCKIEL NIE8EN
MAX ENOEL, Attorney
T'lt lllscayne Building
8/19-2* /2-
NAN5IRLAF^CT,T,0U
L" HEREBY GIVEN that
*er \S-!!"",l" ".aage In
I- '. ,."; fetltloua name of
I.'., n .." \V V X A CIOARB.
I;"'1" ''.. Miami Hea.h,
I1 '." 'Bister laid name
said name
:< the Circuit Court of
' riorlda
MI'NI.Y 1'i.I.I.ak
.DORld 1'iiI.i.ak

, NANIRLAFWCT,TI0US
I'K HBRKHT GIVEN that
fttoenaj
r ". II tltloUl l':inie ,,f
,1.1,. Intend* to
'ourt
lth the
I liaile
Clerk of
< 'oiintv,
pLlN'|?,AURO' """vldual
i
elSia^
".'>.....r
id t
at 31X0
iliet'ircu.t
ma:
PpHcanu
rENQER
Kid,.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 112407
WILLIAM HKNRY CRACK and
1.ITHA LEE GRACE, his wife.__
PLAINTIFFS,
vs.
K \i. LEE, also known aa
EDWIN M LEE, C. I HltooKS.
also known as CIIAKLKS I.
BROOKS, and F'. L. WKKDK. as
surviving directors and trustees
of LEE-BROOK8-WEEDE, INC.,
a dissolved Florida Corpotatlon.
DEI ENDANTS.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME )P THE STATE
OK FI.ORIDA:
TO: E M LICE, also known as ED-
WIN If. LEE. C 1. BROOKS.
also known as CHARLES I
BROOKS, and F" L. WEEDE. I
surviving directors and trustees
of LElT-BROOKS WEEDE, a
dissolved Florida Corporation:
AND AI.so. all other and un-
known persons having or claim-
ing to have any right, title or
Interest In the property which is
the subject matter of this suit.
property l>lwc and being In
Dade County. Florida, and more
particularly deaoribed as follows
l.ot 14 In Block 2 of LAURA-
VILI.E OARDENH, a nibdlvl-
hiou. according to a Plat there-
of, recorded in Ptal Book Z2.
pane M of the Public Records
of i>ade Countr, Plot nli
TOU AND BACH OF TOD are
hereby notified that a suit has been
filed In the above n.im.'l Court, DJ
the Plaintiffs above named, for tha
pin pose of quieting title, ot 'he Plain-
tiffs. In and to the nropert) Involved
herein.ibo\e described
IfOU AUK HEREHY ORDERFID
AND itEjl"llti:ii to mi. your Appear-
ance in said suit on or before thi
da) of Se|. and In rti
of such \ Pi""
Confeseo will be entered again-'
and each of yoll
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In l>ade County. M
llorida, this lTth dm
1: LEATHERMAN.
Clerk "f the Circuit Court
B| \v.\l u frroCKING,
, its Clark
BEN ES.lt EN
Attorney for Plaintiffs
1'iU SeyiK.M Injlldlng, Miami. Florida
/!- t/X-t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
b Mint m under the fictitious name of
l"'ii;i..\s BQPIPMENT COMPANY
not In. ;,, 238S N u -,,,, s,,.,',.,
Miami, Honda, intends to rcKister
s.ild name with the rierk of thi I
cult 'ourt of Dade County, Florida
I DOI'GLAS RAMSAY
GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant '
I L' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name Of
DELMONICO BEAUTY SALON, al
Deimonieo Motel, :in:. Colllm Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regls-
'I s.i id name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of D.i.ie County Florida
MILTON LAURENCE
.,.,.,. \NTH"NY TERRACCIANO
II RK Jk NEWMAN
Attorney! for Delmonlco Beauty Baton
IM Lincoln Itoad. Miami Hea, h, Fla
X/26 9,2-9-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STAR COATED FABRICS COM-
PANY, at 101 N w. in, St., intends to
register said name with lh. Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WALTER SCRAPPER
9/9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. A 18947
s. mm?'ST Z072a ~~ Aet 1*1
! vV.'.'.T ls "' ':i-1:v GIVEN that
I.EN MARK CORPORATION, holder
rate No
' AD. it.:,:;.
ni. | to he
em-
' the roUftwiriK -l.-s. rlb.-H prop-
"i Dade, si.it,' of
I* I'Tl'I.-i, t 0 wit ;
18. iji'-k I, Earllngton Helghta.
1 i Page II, In the Coun-
ol Dade, Ktate of Florl i.,
' '" nt ,.f Hid prop, ,.
th. wjld .. rtlflcate was n the
"' MAUDE \ KRINGLE
. "" ii- ate shall be re
'l';'"-;1 :j.....'" to law, the prop-
rill be *ld to
V" hl at thi Court House
door on the first Monda) In the month
;:; v: m.-h is ,..,, .,v
Dated thli 24th dai of Aosual
1: 11 LEATHERMAN.
Clark of 1 'Ireull Coui t,
I lade 1 'ount). Florida
,,.. By N. i- STKHItETT.
s J.V-...':.":;'.',/""' "|,|"> ,'l"i'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engi
bn in. ss unil,-, the It. minus name of
GARDNAR MI'i.i.i.y CO Ml <;\
1' 1.Kan in.;. ;,t ]] Cornl Way, In-
ii-n.is to register aald name with the
1 l.rk 01 the Circuit Coutt of I lade
1 ounty, Floi Ida.
x, ..... bbrnard rosenblum
morion m beigel
Attornaj for Applicant
!i4 Biscayne ibnldliiK
s .- :i t-a.ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36044-A
In lie. ESTATE oF'
HF2NRY KRAKOW, 1
'i'u All Creditors and I Pet
HlK I.lilii.- ,.l ,
notified and i.'i any
.lai.ii- and d< n
either/of you. may '
estate of HENRY KR \ Ki t\\ 1
e.i late of Dade County, Florida, to
1 hi 1 b.imi able Count 1 .1
County, and file tl
ill the I ''..II,I ) UIII
1 iade 1 '..-in: 1 11 Ida, a it
1 ah ndaj monl ha from tl
first publication h.
"i den Midi 1.....ni., in th.
di .-s .,1 1 in- .'i.iimani and 10 '
,1 as afot,
mil be barred
Date August 1L', AD. Hi-,'..
LEON KAPLAN
As Executor of the I
end Testament of
HENRY KRAKOW, 1.....
MYERH, HKIMAN \ KAPLAN
Attornaj for Km-, utor
I 19-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTI fOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undcrslRiied, desiriim to engage In
business under the fictitious nH.
ABBEY OP MIAMI A.- ABBEY CA8-
I'.M.s, at MO N K T.'.tii Street, Miami,
mil mis to register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ABBEY LANE
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney for Appli, .ml
123 N.w. UUi ave.
s 19-21 : 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage In
business under the fictitious nan
BHERLYN PUBLISHING COMPANY
tnot Inc.), at ivsn .'oral .late Drive,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit .'ourt of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Plorlda, tins 10th
day of August, l9o.*i,
Ml'RIEL N1ESEN
MAX BNGEL, Attorney
-lit His, \ in- lluildiitK
v 19-29 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrina to cnaaxe In
buxluess under the fictitious name of
CAPITOL DISTRIBUTORS. LTD.. at
]la7.N.\V 22nd Street. Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County, F.orida.
WINE CORP. OF' F'LORIDA,
a Florida corimration,
sole owner
AUUNOVITZ, ARONOVITZ
\- A I DIN
Attoritejs for Wine Corp. of Floi ida
9,2-^-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 182644
LOUISE SWEENEY, Plaintiff
vs.
JolIN K SWEENEY, Dcf.-n.lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN P. SWEENEY
2215 Pleasant Avenue
t'nlon city. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has h..n
fiii-d against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy Ol your Answer or
Pleading to tha urn of Complaint on
tin- plaintiffs Attorney, MILTON 11
RICHMOND, I Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach, I'l,,1 ula. and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
Of the Clerk of the Circuit
.'ourt on or before the Ird >ia of
October, 1953. if you fall t-> >i
judgment by default win be taken
attains! you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we.-k for tour consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH H.OHIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th dav of August. 1955
K B. LEATHERMAN,
k. Circuit Court.
1 i.nie 1 'ouno. Florida
By it 11 Ri-K. .Ht
circuit Court s. ,1 Di put) Clark
9/2-9-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- ondersil.....I. desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ART MAYER PHOTO STUDIOS, at
115 19th Street. Miami Hea.h. in-
teudi to register aald name with the
Cl.rk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ART NAYER, Sole Owner
DAVID M OONSHAK
Attorney for Applicant
7!M Biscay tie Bldg.
9/2-9-19-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAMPUS CORNER, at 2599 West
Flaaler Street, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM BROWN
HELEN H BROWN
HKNRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicants
2.'.IH West Hagler St.
8/26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DAVY JONES SEAPOOD RESTAU-
RANT, at 15*5 Sunset Drive. Coral
Gables, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
SIMON RODIN
8/26 9/2-9-16
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ETHEL ST. J. ui.\
197] Buahwick Avenue
Brooklyn, New- York
You are net etoj notifies1 thai l
plaint for Divorce has be en
against \ou, and you are bereb) re-
quired to serve a cop I iur Answer
to tin- i 'omplaint for [Mvo on Plain-
tiff's atioi ni'), and fib- i ne >
Answer in tlie office of the Clark "f
the circuit Court, on or before th*
16th day of September, 1955, mb, ,-
wine the allegation* or aald Cqm-
ldalnt for Divorce will be t.l%.-ii
confessed against you.
Dated tins lKth day of August
K l: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, ''in uit I aile ( 'mint \ Kl.irnl.i
By li. H RICE. JR
. S. al) Deputy C
HE< iROE I TAL1ANOFK
Attot nay '" 1'iniiuiff
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, PU.
j p. j.;
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 33766-B
RE: ESTATE I K
JACOB W HIHGEL. also known in
JACOB WOLF 8IEGEL. alao kno
as .1 W. SIEGEL, De< eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is bereb) given that i have
filed in> final report and petition for
Final Discharge a- Admlnlstratoi .'
the eatate of JAI'. B W. S1EGEI
BO known as JACOII Unl.l- sii:i;i:i..
also known a> I \S SIH> IKI. d.
'I: and that nn lb. Pi dav ol Sep-
tember, m:..".. I will apply to the H
orahle County .ludges of Dade County.
Florida, for approval of Haul tin..I
report and for final discharge *- Ad-
iiunistiator of the I Mate .f JACOH
W HlEUEL, also known as JACOB
Wnl.K 81EGEL, also known as J. \v.
8IEGEL. deceased
This 1R day of August, 1955.
CARL W SIIUKL.
As Aduiinlstratoi of the
Estate of
JACOB W. SIEGEL.
also known as
JACOH WOLP SIEGEL,
also known an
J. W SIK.IKL. Um-eased
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WEEK in REVIEW
FodFair Starts Company to Operate Centers
! WW ... ,.m_ aan hv Frwwt Fair on,I
Announcement by the
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UNITED STATES
terms with Russia.
New York Times European en
Sulzberger adds:
And he is comirB to closer
|> the
Nasser is now flirting with neutralism.
Next Spring he will visit Moscow
Sulzber i on a vis.n 10
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home of "I """ "me a by r?od Fa'r '""' lhe
n M acres m Miami and 45 acres prismy ,f,0 .., '
: in rhil-idrlphM I. / ^ ,,a (()r (hc s center,
..... ..developing them tarto .^ uSfifcl
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Since the operations of Food
Fair Stores an primarily those ol ^7^??^^,.
retail distribution of food and the
operation <>f supermarkets, it wa- L
Rabbi Joseph L l
45 MICHIGAN AVENUt, |
PI** H14
I tu
ol two
,. development w '""
Is ol land purcnas
It hu been the property
countries
the following statement last week
;1|| the peoples Ol the Middle East, the ant. Israel group
ing but an "Arab propaganda organization,".....nc Jewish leader called
it "SUbaidiied by the oil companies The current .ssue of The Ara
World/'the monthlj publication rd ^^J^X^v Investment Co
in New York, does not contain a s.ngle reference to Israel, n <- nwm
deal mostly with education, health and economics with II vrai
The New York office of the Isfiqlal Party of Morocco .ssue.l
on "Jewish Moroccans": In
discredit the national
circles have accused the Moslem population ol
toward- the Jews As a matter ol fact, no s] n problem
exists in Morocco, where Jewish and Moslem commui I
M,le by -i l< : centuries in mutual tolerance, respeel and understand-
There is no justification for the fear that in an independent Mor-
occo the Jews would suffer from discrimination in any form." .
Of course, the same has been heard In Egypt where Jews who even
think ol tin Stat. I I rael an considered traitors ADL reports thai
the seventh annual Interdenominational Institute on Racial and l ul
tural Relations, held at Lincoln University, Pa., under the auspices ol
the National Council ol the Churches of Christ, has proposed in a
lent ol principle thai "prejudice against Jews must be elimin-
ated." Following a discussion "on the impact ol the Crucifixion story."
(he institute came to this conclusion: "As Christians we cannot hold
vindictive altitude- toward the Jew after 2.000 years! A joint
AFL-CIO delegation ol nine top trade union leader- lelt Idlewild last
Tuesdaj for a ten-day visit to Israel The trip is sponsor, d b] the Amer-
i tiristian Palestine Committee and the National Labor Committee
rael. The group of proselytes to Judaism at West Olive, Mich.,
sen! a communication to the is Navj declaring thai the Bible
completely exonerates the Jewish Cadet Eugene William Landy who
Commission his mother once belonged to the
munis! Pi
The Proselytes' mes niah 31:29-30 "In those days
shall no n "lhe fathers hi i -our arap. and the
e But everyone shall die for his own
iniquity; i I atetfa tin ;>c-. Iu tcetfl -hall b
...
A Soviet UN release titled "What Soviet Children Read" -' It. that
ie pas) 20 r children with a to) | rinting of
l o copies were publish) l i. USSR In content these books
may telj three groups l Books d>
.iet life surro 2. B and 3
I to labor and technique The release add- that "our
children n, and
lules Verne'i Fairy tales have replaced biblical and relig-
ous works which are taboo. A surv. \ jusl I oncluded has shown that
four in New York City reads i foreign pap r The
politan area boasts k:s foreign daili. klies publ
in 31 languages B'nai B'rith, Mi -li service
inization in the world, now h mbership ol 860
women and youth in 34 countries
I. Perln ent ol th< B'nai 1 i our
nnounc. a B'nai B'rith tour to Israel thai will I
to 17 .
, Nathan Ginsberg, who has vantageous for construction of full
erator of the ho I) planned and coordinated shop-
oi ping enters. It will lease portions
of the centers to other merchants
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Menachem Beigin and his Herut Party leaders
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i or out ol rm A top
Herut partj lea ler declared thai th.
arty "as ad the pressur.
the United Stati S ai ,i.,!,.
irdln i rael t. rritory, or the return ol so-called
Bar Han University, established by the American Mizrachi i
as an educational link between Israel and the I nited States, wai
Cated in Bamat Gan Aug. 7. It is reported in Jerusalem that the Arab
States have threatened to break their relations with Austria in the event
the latter signs a reparation agreement with Israel. "Here and Now"
i- the title of a new English-language weekly published in Jerusalem
under the editorship of Shimon Ben EUieter. "Egypt's policy may be
heading toward ominous confirmation that direct contacts between the
fwo countries is possible only in war or border incidents." So laid
Joseph Tekoah. Israel's director of armisUca affairs in the Foreign Min-
istry who partcipated in all the Gaza meetings.
PEOPLE
Lew Schwartz, a successful general book publisher, ha- entered the
Jewish publication field. Mr. Schwartz, who is president o M*lrri
Schuman Inc. New York, expressed the belief that there was I
need for develop.ng on a long-range basis a library ol Jewish
to illuminate the 3.000-ycar-old tradition of the Jewish people
Rabbi Gerald M. Jacobs, Greenwich Village Temple New
iUstJflodwI^mple A\odah's ac,ion engaging a woman Cantor Mrs
Betty Robbms. In a letter to the New York Times. Rabbi JtSTiS
The generalization that 'women have always had a subordinate pi ,
in Jewish rehgion is just not BO. It is true that women are a- a rule no'
involved in the daily prayers and ritual, but this i- because Jewish
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B ptember 9, 1955 %  **+3e*ist)fUrkHan PAGE 5 A ;sah Groups Prepare to Open Season as Installations Scheduled %  Lw irjroup of Hadassah will Lstal|ti<>0' piM"K.,Pn Von. SjfPtMMiifl lhe A| M, 3 Samuel Z.Sakra> resident of the Greater jpter of Hadassah, will | following officers: .Minnies Ira Krivitzin, Sol Silverman, Philip l a ,k Udell. Irving Westin. Khain, vice presidents; dnian. financial secretary; |eph. treasurer; Ben Milefcponding secretary; Ben fan, recording secretary. rivitzin, who has just reom a Irip to Israel, will -My impressions of Is* • |a Szold Croup of Ha\\ combine the first meetM.ir with a membership they meet on Monday 12, ;it the Algiers hoMrs San Frankel prer~ Joseph Press is memhairiiKin Mrs. Jonah Cappsent a nni-ical program. i %  eting of the newly form[(imui) will take place in ot Mrs Mot Feingold, leights dr., at noon, on iSidney Lefcourt will %  %  s, I ram? emit Ivm S Smith, memberlan. has coordinated de ol the Salad Bowls." ship luncheon to be held ral CableWomen's Club ijnoon. Sept. 12. illiam Hechler, program will pre-ent a musical jat:ng most of the projen Movies taken at the stallatmn luncheon will headed by Mrs. Harry Dnsor captain, will be 1 at the luncheon. odmiwi (iroup of Hadasave an installation of |or the ensuing year at a n Sunday morning, Sept. 1 Algiers hotel. ttecar Sindcll, Chapter will be installing offipresKlmm, consisting of Bernstein, Miss Frances id Miss Dorrit Parker will ed in lieu of president. fficcrs to be installed are Misa Evelyn Brown Osius IXIIK-1, vice presiB. Rose Coldner, corresecretary; Miss Lillian %  fciM-dmi: secretary; Miss %  tz, financial secretary; iain Keller, treasurer; and ii\e in the Chapter I look. rsch, of the Sam Hirsch >rama, will give a drams, and Miss Debra hter of the outgoing |SchooJ Opens 'Year Here I house" party on Wed-'} f" 7. w..s the sinal for] f 'he \jevt School's! ol continuous operation. | the -. hool, led by direcIda G. Lear, played I youngsters and its on the spacious lu ''!> at 1010 West ave., toh J?? 1 s fa 'l semester at the feature many new int and a heavy interest has '*" for the sailing and Wrses in the school's own small boats. The boating *'U be taught by quali•urtors who have been li>v the American Red • r<; I^ar said. curriculum for students of from kindergarten Preparatory and college, \ fi' red. Lady and Son Desire |tom and Board president of the Goodman Group. Mrs. AWfed Knife-;" *m play and 'sin* .4nme ; ttf 1 Vr'origm'aT cormVo i gtlMlisXt'l %  n *i v • ''.. Shaloma Group of Hadassah will hold an installation of officers at the Delano hotal on. Monday noon. Sept. 12, Mrs. Milton Sirkin will proside as instating officer. Officer of the u-y is Mrs. Harry Platoff. Officers to be installed are the Mesdames Martin Goldstein i president; Morris Miller, Max Rothfeld, Samuel Frankel and Mrs. Maurice Kovnat, vice presidents; Florence Berkowitz. financial secretary Abraham Rubin, treasurer; Harry Kohn, recording secretary; Morris Kripple and Lillian Bookbinder, social secretaries; Bernard | Goldberg, parliamentarian; Abraham Mason, Bernard Goldberg, [Jack Bernard and Nat Waldman. honorary vice presidents. *i Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will hold its installation ceremonies at Sept. meeting in the Monte Carlo hotel at 1 p.m. Mrs. F. Bernard will install Mrs. Daniel Sternfield as president; Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, Mrs. Bacr Zuckerbraun and Mrs. Aaron Tepper/vice presidents; Mrs. Adolph Levantin, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Bernstein, financial secretary. Ai ilniorc Miss Helene I. Degutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Degutz, 735 40th at., Miami Beach, celebrated her sweet 16th birthday at the Algiers hotel on Aug. 30 with a luncheon and swim party for 35 friends. Miss Degutz is a senior at Miami Beach High School. Mrs. Barnett Mindel, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Joseph Sussman, social secretary; Mrs. Joseph Smith, treasurer; and Mrs. Morris Lencer, parliamentarian. New Dromedary Cake Mixes Streamline Kosher home-baking for the holi-'with a rich, moist tenderness that days, an art once limited to wornis unique in modern baking. In aden whose first love was the kitchen, dition, Dromedary has developed is. finding more and more deyof&,,*<# other exclusive feature as these days, thanks to the time-saypre-creaming — a super-Mending ,niK rase and assurance of perfect process that produces a superI results provided by''amazing 'new Vrrroolh batter with 150 fewer rhixDromedary Cake Mixes. |ing strokes—and the handy tv.in Today, even the career woman pack—two separate, sealed packets with only a rudimentary knowledge of cake mix in every box, enabling of kitchen techniques, can turn the home-baker to use half for out a spectacaiar variety of glamorcake, half for cookies, or make two eus kosher cake.s and cookies with identical layers without the bother all the skill of an expert. And even of measuring. the experts themselves, in stead-1 An advantage for small families fly increasing numbers, are abanis that the twin pack permits usdoning the laborious old-time proing one half for a small cake and cedure of mixing their own ingretlsaving the other half, sealed f .r ients in favor of the streamlined perfect freshness, for later use. home-baking methods made possiFor complete variety in your ble by Dromedary Cake Mixes. holiday home-baking, there are six But streamlining is just one facnew Dromedary Mixes that can be | tor in the evolution of modern used in the preparation of literally home-baking. The major inducescores of cake.s and cookies. Feament, for experts and novies alike, tured at leading chain stores, suis the now fully established fact permarkets and independent grothat new Dromedary Cake Mixes cers, they are Dromedary White outbake any other method — and Cake Mix, Yellow Cake Mix, Devany other mix. il's Food Mix, Pound Cake Mix, the MUch of Dromedary's success in famous Dromedary Gingerbread this respect is due to exclusive new Mix and particularly appropriate features never before available to, for the holidays—the new Drcnejthe homemaker, either in other dary Honey 'n' Spice Cake Mix. %  cake mixes or home-mixed ingredLike all other Dromedary prodients. 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WlLi *d-r-g ? "-T im Given be Degree Ueim WU ordained in 28 Rabbi Heim may %  spiritual leader in or Conservative confine United States and Irding to an announceck. acquired most oi bi^ Ding >n Hungary and 8a. His studies were k Nazi activity prior g World War II. ,ual leader arrived in |tatc< in 1949. He has taunt to Rabbi Mor. Coral Gables Jewish Las the first spiritual Yak-ah-Miami Springs K. ist three years, Rabbi fved in the capacity of jer ot Flagler-Granada nunity Certter. W as granted Rabbi mierman ird Head Shinderman, of the pManagement Corporactcd chairman of the company at the an^ meeting this week. Bernard B. ShinderLtinue to serve as presmanagement corporawho has operated beading resort properkona. Wisconsin and that, "efficient, proLpert> operation is the pf an owner's profits. Supervision is a roundKvi: la> a week job. [i.i .< property staffed | company insures conerational supervision, expert knowledge in genient problems of a lure past three months |haspent the summer vising the activities of I country club properby the Shinderman i Corporation. Heim by the Jewish Theological Seminary of Chicago. While studying for his examinations, the rabbi also attended classes at Northwestern University. Here, he is a senior at the University of Miami, majoring in human relations, psychology and education. He will receive the AB degree in January, -1956 and will thereafter engage in studies leading toward the Master's degree. ADL Distributes School Calendars Principals and teachers of Dade county public schools are receiving this week the new Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith 1955 56 school calendar and memorandum date booklet, it has been announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Flor ne 82-6441 Y NOLEN, inc. i lor9.1t r,i C. • % %  o> C 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 qokk bvt tastes so superior! 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 burse ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. v THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOODTO THE LAST-DROP FLAVOR! i



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„ember 9. 1955 + knlst IhticJirtr PAGE 3 B nity Center Nursery Schools repare for School Year Sept. 12 rh00 j s of Hie Greater ij.l, ((immunity Center cntinlly the same \ tl ii of teachers who |hi< capacity last year. fcunced Wednesday by Grossman, supervisor Is. K,! year will hc in on pt 12 In chaw at the [ ions will be Mrs. Theblock, Flaglcr-Granada I,,. Mrs Hlair Zimmett, fa ; Mrs. GrossBMUl, ch. f,,r the rominR school ns ist of the following ,, rower, who holds m education from Cos-he liathe deol Jewish Pedat!, r Jewish Theological l rs' Department. ccn-i i Hebrew teacher %  in the New York City )ls. h rman, who has a nworh and education from Pennsylvania State College. She has taught m the public schools and the Irene Kaufman Jewish Center in Pitt si i She taught in the Town Branch last year and will resume her position there again. Mrs. Zimmett, who has been with the Center for the past four years, holds a degree in education from the University of Miami, majoring in arts and craft.-. At Flagler-Granada, Mrs. Wainstock, the head teacher, has a BA degree in education from Hunter College. She has taken courses leading toward a Masters degree! at the University of Florida and has been a nursery school teacher with the Center for the past two years. Mrs. Nathan Cohen, who has taught for the Center for the past two years, has taken courses at the University of Miami, majoring in courses in education. She is a graduate of Brooklyn College, holding a BSS degree. Mrs. Janice Grant has earned her BA degree at Hunter College, majoring in sociology and education. She has taught in the elementary grades in the Long Island Public Schools and for the past year in the Flagler-Granada Nursery-School Mrs. Abraham Gittalsofl is a graduate of Hunter College with a 15.\ ilc'/ree She iii'so ., graduate • slemer, 16-year-old r, will chant High services at Beth Congregation. He is Df Cantor and Mrs. Werner, of Miami. 1:m :nti • • • v-oponiny !.ittte Etandel Addresses Group Louis Handel addressed a meeting of the Israelite Center on Tuesday evening. Subject of his talk is "Progress of Israel." Guaranteed KosherRabbi Jacob Cohen incomparable} atmosphere for BIRTHDAY PARTIES I WEDD, NC ANNIVERSARIES Mfttf


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>Je*istf*>r*# !" L PAGE 2 A %  •) .— .-.A" M an %  I I 1/ Continued from Pfl* attack on the Egyptian hilltop .•.ition but in the cour.se of bate, the Egyptians withdrew allegations that it was a premeditated Israel attack. _____ tween Rafa and Khan Yuis were delivered Tuesday night by an Kgyptian honor guard to an Israel honor guard near Kilometer 95, Mixed Armistice Commission head quarters. The body of a third sol dier ulain in the clash i.< still miss ing. Frid H EA *N EXTU] spoon Eetll n t Machin,,. M TSSTT^. 1^-^-tfcjJHfiLiU^ Mrs. Kann Named m Maj GtaCOBUMgl t-'IH the Com„,iion that "in the coone of this rrtmmi+fpp Head ** %  incident, both parties comtOrnmiTTec n~M* mJMed f|lgrtn violations of the Mrs Solomon Kami baa aeea ap. irn |s K ,. agreement However, af pointed chairman f the count) (( I c-ir ,., u i study of investigation nursery school committee of the It | i, ,, t of UN military observers Greater Miami Jew** Community ;u () i|tn uatening to the conflictCenter, it was announced Wednes. statement! of the parties, it is. day, b) Mrs Milton Sirkin. presi |n im „,,„.„,„ impossible t(. deterdeiit mine which side Opened fire tirst MrKann served this past year ^ n0 >Rrpcd ,hair rr "f ML M_ 5, ttS to unconditional ceasefire and Nursery school PTA. Prior to that she served a• member of the I stronfl) appeal to them to adDUrserj school Cpmmittea) here fully to ihe armistice and The county oomnittec serves as MAC! Armistice Commission proa coordinating body for the three xlM „, lv (l) withdraw all prohibited nurser) schools conducted by GM an() vchlcl( s from the do JCO and is resp,msitile for evaiuat_ Ing and making recominendations tensive area and to exercise rigid for the operation of the total pre control over their troops which school program of the ageno. Mrs. should be composed only of rcguSirkin said. ]ar wt .|| ir.uneri and disciplined A.I r e J military units." Outdoor Forum Sunday of |wo Israel Ml Secret of Happiness will he the topic 01 the lecture bj Dr <""* who were killed Sunday night Abraham Wolf son. author of The when an Nrael patrol accidentally .... _, Road to Health and Happier li\ crossed the demarcation line beTropical Chapter to meet tng ., nd Lnc A I0U yean Hap— pily." Sundaj evening at the SpiT r i lutdoor Forum. 11th st and Airs. Solomon Kuan Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a luncheon and Ocean Ct, Miami Beach card party on Tuesday noon. .-• This will mark Dr Wolfi second lecture in his course of four 13. at tin So> '< Ms.i schi ... lectures on The Pursuant ol Map 55 Harrj Kershaw, former pn • i I the lire.itcr Miami H> ety. ill presid WWWVT r r r r fi SALESMAN Who wants opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or more — with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization — top quality leads, generous commissions and bonus. Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD PERSONALITY. For appointment call M0 7 2011 or write P. 0. Box 367, Miami 44. GOREN'S BAKE SHOP 755 W. fLAGLER STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year i t i t i i • i i i i i ', ORDER I I t I 1 i TOUR FAVORITE CAKES and BKIAD featuring: HONEY CAKE SPONGE CAKE CHAIAH t t I I HOLIDAY S t Wl". 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ir; ns, 8810 Dickens avc. school paper Barbara Millmen. Shes been attending -^looltlu. summer „01 only at Barry but also at the CM Barbara's J*^ to J?2£ v y rs was recently announced, and Bhe and Dance Howard art DIM riTg a January wedding. Wellesley College at WeUealey. Mass., is nol without ts outside activities to keep people like pretty Harriet Upton "W^vv. Harriet Is the daughter of proud parents Mr. and Mrs Joseph M. Lipton, of tinl 47th st., Miami Beach. An English major ******* ,mer school at the UM and at Wellesley is an avid tennis playei >>> %  Miami Beach's Gilda Dahiberg has returned to the States from a opean tour. .. Its not well well know in these parts, but she's the newlj acquired t of Basil Heatter, whose father. Gabriel Heatter, la the noted radio < : imentator. Basil recently married the former Lila Greenspan, ghter ot one of Gilda's several sisters Mrs Sam Lew. ol Kingston Jamaica, left Miami after %  visit with \|j ss IVjillkc'I's Veil of Hosopoillt LflCC Si ££ SWSStStS *" T ; Augment* Ivory Pure Silk taffeta Gown With Mrs Levy on her stay here were her daughter, Adrienne, anil who ithe Mrs. Harvtf Ifcr/icfc /Mrs. Pawl Bl—m *'. Utnri J, m] hen Darryl Myers. Darryl is the great grandson of the founder of Myers Hum, which gram's bought recently. The happy threesome had been Visiting Mrs. Alice Brandson, 4220 \W 2nd st Miami. ol Miss Ash Marries Harvey Khrlich FranceBarbara Ash's lucky number must be four She met her husband, Harvej .lemme Khrlich, June 4. 1950, berime engaged June 4. 1955. and was married on SunPishing is in the new-" And (tagging it over the Labor Day weekrj av the fourth day of September When the Herbert Shers returned from a visit to Louisville, K\ ej brought Hanna's brother, Isaac Berman, back with them for I Sttj : several week-. Isaac has recentl) retired from a clothing business in Louisville, h his father founded 75 yeai While in Louisville, Hanna and Herb met their son, Fred, who is iied at Ft. Reilly, Kansas down at Shark River and the Gulf of Mexico were these noted n about town Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Fedcra1 n executive director Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, Jewish Flondian pubr Fred K. Shochet, Miami Riverside's Edward Newman and Stanley Srier. The bridegroom's father. Rabbi marriage Miss Patrieia Irene FranHerman l> Bloom Vidalia. Ga and kel and Paul Irving Bloom. hibrother, Rabbi Samuel Bloom. 1 others taking part in the 6:30 Amsterdam, N Y participated in p.m. service in the Fontainebieau the ceremony which united in hotel Aug. 30 were Rabbi Leon — Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Temple Beth Sholom. The bride is the daughter of the Raymond G. Frankels. 4333 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach. She wore for her wedding a gown of ivory pure silk taffeta with lac accents. The skirt extended in a cathedral train. Her veil of roscpoint lace, borrowed from a cousin. Mrs. Nancy Russack Lorber. fell from a Juliet cap of rose point lace and taffeta. She carried white orchids and stephanotis with a mother-of-pearl i r < m Miss Ash ithe daughter of Mr and Mrs LewiI. A-h. 1195 Normandy dr. Miami Beach Her father gave her in marriage Her gown was of chant illy lace embroidered with pearls and se prayer-book. Rabbi Lehrman took the lead in all divisions to add to a prize catch q u nv arK j a c hapel length train. A| The bride's strand of pearls was n some 300 fish. Following I long battle, the Rabbi landed his first' jeweled crown of flower sprays a gift of the bridesroom. •on. which inow being mounted held her fingertip veil She carried She also wore heirloom earrings > > > two white orchids and lillies-of-the-'which were given her by another The Abe Goldmans are back after an exciting trip to Mexico Aba valley on a white Bible, which was cousin. Mrs. Betty Wilchins Miller, i .iththe Miami. I"something; borrowed" Her mothCincinnati. heir travels they met the Barney Lees hea pillar at the er\ lace hanky was something 1 pearl jewelry, "some'•' me for the Aged—E. Albert Pallot and Bill Shayne. Small world, old." her -.i> thing new >>>' c MrMilton Myers, sister the When the Louis Heimans wn this weekend, they'll be acbridegroom, wore ,i teal and white r charm ghter, Mickey, who is off to Gaine.swait/length gown and earned pink "• of Florida carnations as matron of honor. Marcella and Loo set tin On Hot Springs and Milton Myers was beat, man for a briel n there his brother-in-law 25 Sh • Ir North lnow a place of re-t for the Jack Toppells. Mr eft their lovely home \ spend five weekm the Pocooos avc Coral Gables • ,-.r the camp where their children. Kenneth. Dorothy ami Cynthia, Morton Levin, cmi-in staying bride, was Usher Then hack for a brief stay here before a return trip to Svracu i F ibbl Mayer ADfamowitl pernd the wedding of Lois Hodes to Arnold Goldberg. Lois :Jack's formed the ceremon) in the chapel of the North Shore Temple A re While Bert stayed on in Syracuse, Jack returned to Miami Beach, eeptn.n at the Temple was followed Red the bridal couple, who spent their honevmixm at ''> a dinner at Lincoln Manor Fontainebieau Now, Bert and Jack are together again she return< lu-re Monday Mrs Jerry Schechter. New York and Miami Beach, was matron of honor Miss Paula Roberson and Miss Anne Cas.se 11. Oklahoma City, were bridesmaids. Samuel Kaplan was best man. 1 shers included David E Frankel, brother of the bride, and William Ko-enthal. New York and Palm Mr Fhriich is the son of Mr and Beach rs Nathan Fhrl.ch. 820 SU 34th I)mner €< Back in Miami after a cool vacation at Duncraggan Inn n Vllle are the S. J. Speetors, Max Hoffmans. Joseph Bermans and nters, Carol and Dale. ed the wedding. The bridegroom's mother accompanied his father here for the event. After a honeymoon in Nassau, the newly-weds will go to Charleroi, Pa., where Mr. Bloom will conduct High Holy Day services In October, they will go to Cincinnati to live while Mr. Bloom completes his senior year at Hebrew I'nion College. He will be ordained as a rabbi next June, then a chapBul therereally no rest for the wearv because charming little "^ C Kenneth is to be confirmed Oct 1. and with invitati m n the T< > LlVC till Ht'llll r-.il. plan* for a celebration are in the offing. M UIUI Mr and Mrs Hen Bonfield, 4620 ent r the armed forces as Prairie avc Miami Beach, anj""n ounce the marriage of their I daughter Sydelle to Bdward JeStill basking in North Carolinacool breezeare Mr and Mrs r n "' Wn; "' of the late Isadora A J. England, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs Edward *"'' Fann> S[> ''• '" N •' LawrwMa and children. Karen and Joe, the H. Lichtensteins and the ... bi M m AhramowiU. North M. Rosenbergs. Judy Lee, bom Aug 28 at Mercs Hospital The at home with her parents Harold and Marilyn Shore Jewi h (enter spiritual lead cr at the 4 pm monj Sundaj Sept 4 on the lawn ot the bride home The groom'i meo Dorothj Iota Us.el ll'U m..,.l ./ "... Brusscl. Vital Statistics t arrival is now Tcwayer. Frequent visitors to 6160 SU 16th ter are [ •. and Mrs. Henry Semov.t, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tokay,, who 7***~ recently arrived from Brooklyn to make Miami their permanent home '^ Nl w Y to -e his hes, >• c i e ar >d ring bearer Returned north after vacationing here at the White ROHM ,re Mr She is a national officer of Mitrachi Women Beach, they were entertained b) the Samuel K.rgers, I. H Kramers. Isidore Spoilers. Julius and Mrs. Sol Silberman. was maid of honor s lc j "I the iroom, flew in man and Mrs. Louis Wald. While in Miami Grundwergs, Emanue Fcsenblooms and Mr > > More Vital Statistics: I. Kanholz, <'.: Jghter and The Kanh also contemplating a trip to Israel in the near"fuhii > > N'-wl> wed MrWhit, aitet nnch Junior College and 's.tV ami The groom i Lubj Chevrolet Following i a associated with a twow.ek hooey. ital Statistics. Proud grandparentare Mr. and Mrs. Saul m n ,ur ">K trough Fl,,ndV,h P dsonmtw H"M K 1 T 6> o f heb,r,h f -<* S Sz** !" •• 2KritiS! d son-in-law. the Max Bennetts, of New York City ^ r h B.scayne p| M Murm nholta, plan to spend the holidays ,n Gotham Town and are Beach plating a trip to Israel in the near future • Among out-of-town gue-t x,* buffet dinner were Ma Back from Nassau after a weeks vacation there are Mr .„d Mr. "•""an Brussel and tvLfi? Murray Lipinsky of mi SW 12th ct. "* ** the groom's 7+£f ESft News is that the Nassau trek was a second honeymoon for one n r' ana n the loveliest couples in town. or one 0I bride Mr. and Mrs. Lipinsky were married in Nassau five years ago. Among out-„f., own gues "inner were M? and Mrs Joan. er. brother in law Mrs Jean Kohl, the Mr. and Mrs. Stanley We.^r Miss AlpcrtWo Norman H. Dil MisAnn Alpert Norman II Diamondi monies Sunday. Sept41 giers hotel Kabbi' Temple Emana-B offici The bride it Hi MrLoui • F Alpert.1 Miami Beach The gn*( %  of Mrs Tessie r B,, 3 llate Eugene Diamond, t Given in marriage f father. Jay Alpert. I attired in a walU-lenjdil dress which featured ir three-quarter sleevei. and full -kirt Herbal pure silk illusion 1 length veil. She carried the sjerj grandmother carried *] wedding i cnu-ny Matron of honor %  ] Kosenberg. of Jack Paul Di.-iinond '' MVIIKIII. K;i|'H Exchange Vo^ Miss it.ta M.vmaBj"" Kaplan were marriefl. noon. Sept 4. in 2-J! pie KimmuKI. R*"* 1 man officiated The bride is the. Harry M>m n l 47, l l a am, Beach The t*fl are Mr and %  %  %  8011 Cecil stM'** C.iven in marriaf ents. the bride wedding gown and tulle Matron of boa* vyn Leventhal Sf ^ L roceptKIf**i noo, at Temp*



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smber 9. 1955 + 3rM rk rtn->r PAGE 13 A n Slated By Beth David Women Sisterhood will hold cantors. Cheon on Wednesday, Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual leader, will be principal speaker e th David Auditorium U ch luncheon at Beth eds from the affair, |o support the Jewish I Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz is Torah Chiroproctor Wen AM To Statesmen at Geneva rerrence V. Ash. Miami chirpens_atjon^ecausiie believes that [rom the affair ners in Torah." opractor, Wednesday made public a letter sent to the State DepartHe will discuss: "Partment recommending the inclusion the ?AHfcW W chiropractor would be of inestimable aid to the Big Four and their aides in relaxi w^l i I % %  ",'"8 inner tensions and allowing of a practicing chiropractor in the them to contribute their full share '• dc,e tlon Geneva. | to the success o£ the par eys nQW mmary of America eftairma*. and Mrs. Frank Rose H Dr Ash offered to make the trip going on. uKi. t..h*r S and co-chairman. kitWlf u#.i„ ..!,.„ In nis M%er addrwWe<1 to the himself completely without com) T State Department, Dr. Ash pointed out that "chiropractic has proved its ability to relax and ease tensions which certainly must grip the statesmen to whom the entire world is now looking. I earnestly believe that the professional services of a practicing chiropractor attached to the U.S. delegation might well serve to help bring about the desired end of these conferences." STAR WMJSlWtt AVE AN EASY NEW YEAR HE WHOLE YEAR THROUGH! ilMtt Sltt\ ^ *^— ftKMES, TOO'. FAB FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY %  Great New Formula FAB contains Alor'e Acth/o Dirt Remover than any other loading product, plus not one, but two of tho moot efreetive whitening ingredients ever discovered! Yet FAB is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps. WITH KOSHER PARVE COLGATEPALMOLIVE PRODUCTS AJAX THI FOAMING C&ANSH Now AJAX has a now bloach plus a special brightener! New AJAX romovos more stains thdn liquid bleaches... Brightens faster than other c l eansers.. 5 Works easier than any other h ew s sbthd product. *HE FOAMIN 6 CLEANSER ^ VEL FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes. Kosher and Parvo VII makes dishes shine without washing or wiping-don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, |st rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEl. IVERYTHING YOU NEED Iff PI** fcdfotooia



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FAGE 14 A RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Saturday morning services Derstag. g # # are at 8:45. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will topic: p.m.. preceded by mud. a cla-^ %  NQRTH SHORE? JEWISH *o ;.-;ii Wild Krldav evenin CEN it -erv i ri nil YOU TER will hold FrMlJ Ices at 6:18 Saturdaj morning a*rv] ..-. ,t H 48 Hichard. MM "I Mr i will be Cficiate and preach on the BETH JAC OB CONGREGATION On the Threshhold." Stevwjll h()k | Friday evening services of Mr. and Mrs Howard'.,, 63{) Saturday moraint sarvaaes c an tor and Mrs Irving Soleawn. ,.,„,„. „.„. Mitrvah Kabb. Mayer tbramowiti will officiate, with Edward Klein renderi are one or the many unaffiliated residents of r „nc of the n*W .families now streamini 1 **** 6 "0 OUf i'.rtli Untib CmigrejafiBtl en. son ot Mr. ana % %  """" %  • -,1 i:3(>. >auiruv <"< "•T--J ... —-•-. ,. Rl ;i0 n. will befell* Bar Mftzvah) rt 8;30 Ra bi iWr Stern will lh( muakal portions of the TOW a a special iAU Mfet M 6 ,,„„,,„. amj preach „„ the.to* h 'V^VI'' s, c. of the p.m. Selichot services are Saturday The pMgreai of Unity. At WO da) al mlrtuflit SUD jff: ,,.,' %  • at midnight Rev Rudolph Brill m tnm w ,n be a class m r.thicwill assist Rabbi Hurwitz and renof hc p a thers Mincha Is at 6:15. der the musical portions of the litt(1 || (me ,| by Shalos SeudOS Selichot urgy. will be at midnight, with Cantor Maurice Mamchea rendering the musical portions of the liturgy ELUL 22 — 6:12 P.M. Mrmon is: The Repenting Heart Eli Samuels will dlied the choir. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 30 Saturdaj morning services are at 9 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Selichot services are Sun1 I daj morning at 12 15 am Subject „f the sermon it: "Are yon Read] •W. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, n0 t, Maanv Selichot will Cantor' '•' -7h~Criaaell will Rabbi Heim FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 6:30, Jahln Leo Heim ol are at 9 KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45. Saturday morning S* i \ ices are at 8:30 Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate and preach on ()pic; ..g the topic: "Free Will and Fate" v u W| || Cantor Abraham Self will render the musical portions of the lit urgy. Class in Ethics of the Fa thers ischeduled for 545 p.ra cba will be at 6 15. followed b\ Maanv Selichot are Saturda> nidnight Daily services are al ; ii and (i p.m. NORJH DADE JEWISH CEN officiate and preach on the **P B Selichot Cantor Maurice render the musical portions ot the liturgy, With Lucille Moore directing the choir Saturday morning senices are at 9 Sell chot will be Saturday at midnight Dail) services are scheduled for 7 4."i a in and 7 p m cordially invites you to join our Congregational F MEMBERSHIP includes seats for High Hoi n*. Religious Services all year, Religious School and ot£ RKLIGIOUS SCHOOL provides an excellent educai (or children from Nursery and Kindergarten throu h? 1 and Confirmation, geared to make them well integrate" Jews ACTIVITIES for young and old include: I Studies. Sisterhood. Men's Club, United Synagogue y Young Peoples League, Cotillion and Scouting FOR INFORMATION. PLEASE CALL 82-47* TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY OUR BEST WISHES # FOR THE NEW W Yeekev 0. ReSMaera. *• %  >> Hrrt L Jdw BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Prida) evening services at sundown Saturda> morning serv iceare at 8:30. Selichot will be at midnight Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirskj will officiate and preach on the I i i i i i • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at morning services are at 845 with Rabbi Yaakov Ri senbei I iel, son ol Mr and Mrs Samuel B Mark-, will me Bar Mitzvah. Selichot sen ices are scheduled tor midnight tor Levi Halpern will assist Osheroff Unveiling D M E\ %  1 %  %  TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Frida) evening sen at 8:30 Rabbi David Shapiro will discuss: "What is Man?" Cantor Yehudah Hcilbraun will render the musical portions ol the Mturg) Mi and Mrs MornSiegel will be host;it the Oneg Shabbat following Saturdaj morning services are at !i Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekl) Portion Kidduah will follow Daily services are at 9 am. MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE GATION will hold Frida) evening services al 8 30 Rabbi Isaac I will rid preach on the h lor the Better Satur I al 8 30 M. il (> Sachs Unveiling %  llTH M r I %  %  1123 N W |J7th Street RM*KI S T. SWIRSI i RaOC s :-.:'. <-J I '. wife, Mai I three da i Mr|eromt )a ; M Kriegel Unveiling The Dedication of a Monument to the Memory of the late MORRIS KRIECEL merly of 154(1 Jl I PERSON Avi MB> M Ml Bl M H he held on Si NDAY SUM I MBBS II I H 1 P l:i HI Mr. Nl HO ('.I Ml 11 KY ivith RABBI IRVING LRHRMAH officiating MornKriegel ii lurvtired hv hit wife, Sadie, and two children, Helene and Simon. He wan a member ot Temple Enianu-EI and B'nai B'rith. Friends and relatives are a*ked to attend t % topic In the Moody StillnesN of ( the Night Cantor Ixuis Garten-1 haul will chant the musical por-, lions ol the liurgy TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Frida) evening service* at 6. Saturj da) morning senices are at 9. Rabbi Irving I.ehrman will officiate and diacuaa the Weekly Portion Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the I liturgy. Selichot services are Satur' l day at midnight Rabbi I^hrman will preach on the top: "Meditationat Midnight • • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services .it 6:90 Saturday morning al 8 M Rabbi Aria Br will discuss The Elements "I Pride Class in Talmud prervices at 8 Claas in Father is scheduled M chl and • Hosts will IMMI • | %  • %  B ratti Selii hot will I rda) al midnight BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Frida) evening day morning bbi ll Louis and discuss • I) Portion ,,| the Law At there will hi )n Ethics ol the Fathers Mincha will b) Shalos sen in Weekday servicewill be at 7 80 a m and (i 20 p m CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) evening serv Continued on Pag* 15 A We extend a mott cordial in\ uanon to id, fewuh Community of Greater Miami to tfn j m OPEN HOUSE "MELAVEH • MALKAH" RECEPnraj SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 10 PM folloue.l h\ SELICHOS SERVICI STARTING AT 12:00 MIDNIGHT Air Conditioned for Your Comfort ji; The Congregation Anshe ". Will CONDUCT TMI HIGH MWY OAT SERVICES AT 231* (QUJ FRIDAY EVE, September 16th. at 5:30 pm X SATURDAY, September 17th. and SUNDAY, Septembrr UtaJ also Yom Kippur Sen'ices will be held on SUNDAY EVENING, Kol Nidre. September 25th. it I and MONDAY, September 26th Yiskor Services Monday. September 26th. at 11 is] Services will Be candvctea' by IAMJ A8IAHAM IIVITAN V) Masaaw, CNAZEN MORRIS ZIMMERMAN Sh.thr.i k T U1.l\ 1*1 SUCH OS will kt Soturdoy, Sept 10-12 Miii^rt •:• TkketS will bf ovailaaU nifhlly fram 7 ta 9 p.m. ot tfc* mnl [S^-:SS>SS-:-as-:-SS-:-S SEAT RESEffVAriOMS PM IM HIGH HOLY OATS AMD ftSOTIlfl SUNDAY SCHOOL AND NEMfW SCNOOt NOW UIK II Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center 50 N.W. 51 It PLACE, MIAMI Call Office All Day-Hi 4-5419) RBI E*cnin|i-Mr. Adeln Vaad Hakashruth of Beth Jacob announce* the appointment ot the Spiritual Leader of our Vaad Hakashruth the eminent scholar and authority RABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN All Kosher establishments under Ihe Vaad will be inspected by the Rabbi and properly endorsed No estabhshment of Kosher products retail or uh or-,.,,,,,,,,, : u, j, ,,, ( ( „ ril/ „ (i ^r::;iz::i:r u it is sanctioned by our VaT Thereby all Hrau i i i > hoteb unlesa M I. .motioned by^v^dTJKL2S : *"*" Rabb,. There,, .„ llrni ,^lZ ^^'^ ^^ Kosher produeta and have no KahimJ. "' %  K,>r "^ *•**i %  ; %  "r:!,:;:,;7 n appropriate order J i i i : if their establishment i: VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF BETH JACOB C0N6I6ATK)M i i i 4 i i i i i i The Jewish National Fund 0 of Greater Miami withts Us artiVaft aid th* Mire Jemii* A HAPfV, HIAITHY nd FHOSPKOUS HW MAT Wf S4MfST: THAT YOU HONOR YOUR FAMHY AND WIENDS WITH I TREE CiRTrf KATE APPtOftlATElY INSCtWED M" YOUt MfW YIAfS 0REETIM6S A Tret Planted in Israel in Honor of %  H Costs Only $150 j Ta PlMt Treat Call Oar Office ii • 44 4



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+* *ls*tk>rklton PAGE 8 B Nurseries Open Registration; List Three Levels B^i 8 tr.ttonirtUbiri^|lW^*^'^j7XgS outd d Indoor act.v.t.ev U for the tenth consecutive year of SW 16th avc and at the FUgle ^ ^^ ^ ^^ no;i |VP the nurserv schools of the Greater,Granada Jewish lenttr. ^ t ramat ivc play, nflllfe. **1 Miami Jewish Community Center. 51st pi. (Hlmt rtnlhm ia iice. pirnic-s. and which is anticipating a capacity en I The program mcludes the thre, ^ ^^ ^ interf>%t ,.,„ rollment of 200 children. levels of child development IW ^^ tm pttMnt Amencan and The schools will reopen on Monthis period iwth: n ^ ,. m in;iM/ ,,, day. Sept. 12. at_the Beach Branch. 'school, kindergarten and IWdlW All children" are assigned to groups of their own age level, with each group not exceeding ten children Emphasis is placed upon the development of the individual child along physical, mental and %  oetal inieThe Center nursery schools are licciwd hy the Florida State Department ot Puolic Welfare. District No 9 Transportation 2 home to school and ff. I able in Center L r^m lunch pre pared Ve f hlcl A1 •he ...-da? Sn^M afternoon refreshment -rved. Rest per^jl mid-morning and after | U J] children are PnViM JP dental insurance covenTT I school year 1SUD** H E ITH ENJOY MOTT'S fANlOu s KOSHER PRODUCTS _x Rich/ natural Mott's AppU Juica no sugar addadl MOTT* ^UJUCC



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  —Number 36 Miami. Florida, Friday, September 9. 1955 PRICE: TWENTY CENTS if, Israel Condemned By Armistice Group For Gaza Clash 1Y NA TURE' OF PROGRAM GIVES OFFICERS FREE HAND I for Anti-Semitism in U.S. Security Program JGTON (JTA)—A Senate subcommittee k the Federal employes security program spokesman for the American Jewish bt the arbitrary nature of the security Ede it possible for security officers with fctic bias to pin security risk labels on ; was Will Maslow. In a reply to a %  ember's question of whether antiSemitor in the security program, Mr. Masnidcnce of anti-Semitic prejudice was Fort Monmouth cases where many Jew; were fired. Some were later reinstated groups had pointed out the dispropor% RC number of Jews branded as "risks." tnouth security officer charged with antiwas removed from his job after Jewish kanded a government review of events m, imitteiwas to have heard two witnesses | the firing of Wolf Ladejinsky, but the ailed to appear. They were Milan D. fcitive assistant to the Secretary of AgriJ Glen Cassity. the security officer of inert "f Agriculture. A subcommittee aid they would be called again. If they spond a second time, subpoenas may be pr. it wav announced that the subcommiti up the case of Ladejinsky m about three was made known by Sen. Olin D. JohnHP %  ston, chairman of the unit. Mr. Ladejinsky's dismissal by the Department of Agriculture was accompanied by anti-Semitic by-play. He was subsequently cleared and is now employed by the Foreign Operations Administration, an agency of the State Department. The son of a member of the Jewish War Veterans was fired from his Navy job as a sheet metal worker at Quonset, R.I, because of charges that he had associated with his mother who supported Henry A. Wallace's Progressive Party in 1948. This emerged when Joseph H. Sommers, Jr., 26, was called before the subcommittee. The mother, Mrs. Pauline Margaret Summers, was also called. She denied membership in subversive groups. Young Summers is a Navy veteran with a good record. One item cited against Sumners was the signature of his mother on a Progressive Party petition circulated in 1948. Sen. Frank Carlson, Kansas Republican, a member of the committee, said the Navy made a mistake in its handling of the Sumner case and "should have just fired him" without raising the security issue. He also questioned the wisdom of airing such cases in public. (The Navy has announced in Washington that a Navy board will hold a hearing in New York Sept. 10, to consider tbe case of merchant seaman Eugene D. Landy, Jewish youth who was refused a Naval Reserve commission because his mother is accused of left wing affiliations.) 0 Commission Votes Double Censure in Special Fourteen Hour Emergency Session -BULLETINSpecial JERUSALEM, Israel Sector—The first incident in recent months along the quiet Israel-Jordan border Wednesday resulted in the blowing up of two Israeli water depots. A government spokesman said Arab saboteurs infiltrated an Israeli village inside the country's eastern frontier and destroyed the depots. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Both Egypt and Israel were found guilty Wednesday for the clash on Aug. 22, near Mefalsim, on the IsraelEgyptian frontier, which touched off a series of incidents taking more than 100 lives in the past two weeks and almost terminated the IsraelEgyptian armistice. Egypt was condemned for having precipitated the incident by attacking an Israel patrol, and for shelling the settlement of Nahai >)i. Israel was condemned for having* -' — stormed the Egyptian military; WITTED BY SHARETT went Accepts Plan for migration of 45,000 North African Jews in Year Period LLEM iJTA)—The Israel Parliament, recalled in a special i nsider the North African situation, voted acceptance last H G iv< inmcnt-Jewish Agency plan for the Immigrationj next 12 months of 45.000 Jews from North Africa and their in the Jewish State. was submitted to the Knesset by Premier Moshe Sharett the movement of the* tun Ji M as "a sacred k"d Hiplan called for 110.000 Jews within the th> and then an immiJ.ooo monthly. If, how(iw n| North African endangered, he said, Will do her utmost to E all in." kol. the Minister of Fithe Knesset that the tan immigration placed nubility both on Isle Jews of the world, lineman Jewry. He informed the Knesset that the Government intended to levy new taxes to bring in an estimated 25 milContinutd on Pag* 12 A RETURNS FROM TOUR ABROAD 'post which had opened fire on the Israel patrol. The double censure £ as voted by the Israel-Egypt ixed Armistice Commission in a ^4-hour "emergency" session which concluded here. Maj. Francois Gipcommagi. chairman of the commission and member of the United Nations truce organization, first i voted with Egypt to censure Israel over the incident and then voted with Israel to censure Egypt. The incident arose when an PUNISHMENT AIM Maslow tokes the stand Dayan Explains Purpose Behind Reprisal Raids TEL AVIV (WNS>— Israel's countermeasures following Egypt's bloody attacks were purely puni; Egyptian military post opened fire t ive and not vengeful. Major Genon a routine Israel patrol moving er al Mosne Dayan chief of Staff .along the demarcation line inside 0 | the Israeli Armv. declared this (Israel territory. The patrol was w .,,. k m a speecn carned by the caught on flat terrain with no cov-'Army paper. er from the Egyptian fire. To ex-1 tricate it. Israel authorities dis-' Declaring that there was no way I patched reinforcements in half,(l P*WMl infiltrators from eom| tracks. They captured the Egypmitting acts of sabotage, stealing itian post, disarmed its garrison and an d murder, the Chief of Stafl Mid i held the point for two hours befoie „ wp c;m ^ hj „ jcp f withdrawing. An Egyptian officer Rabbi Friedman Reveals UJA Ten Million Dollar Drive for Moroccans • %  lives lest NEW YORK (JTAV-Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice president of the United Jewish Appeal, called on American Jew' ry this week to raise $10,000,000 in cash in the next six weeks to finance the immigration into Israel of 10,000 North African Jews within 60 days. On his arrival here from Israel and North Africa. Rabbi Friedman made immediate arrangements to confer with the national officers of the UJA for the na tionwide cash mobilization. Rabbi Friedman declared that both the French authorities in Morocco, and the moderate leaders of the Arab nationalist movement are "doing their best to protect the Jewish minority." He pointed out. however, that Jewish lives and property have been lost in the general rioting and bloodshed, and Jewish fears for the future are.* on the xire. The UJA executive head reported that several thousand Jews are today homeless because their houses were burned and razed in outbreaks that took place Continued on Pete 11 A An and three soldiers were killed in the encounter and nine were wounded. The Egyptians then directed heavy gunfire on the nearby settlement of Nahal Oz, wounding two Israel soldiers. The Egyptian complaint, which received priority in the commissions discussions, charged that the attack was a well-organized, preconceived action to disturb the relative tranquility of the border and compel Israel-Egyptian meetings on a higher level than the local commanders. The Egyptians denied the Israel version and alleged that the Israelis had initatcd the Continued on Pafo 2 A price blood, a price so high that the Arab governments across the border will feel obliged to take unpopular measures to punish the marauders themselves." The punitive reprisals, he said, arc designed to warn the government and people of the country concerned that Israel would react firmly if they did not impose discipline on themselves. At the same time the Army Chief of Staff noted that the present border situation was a serious one and that it could last 10 or even 20 years. UNUSS YOU WISH TO BE UKE SIAVIS' Arabs Warn Against Immigration to Israel LONDON (JTA)—Arab radio stations in the Middle East, in broadcasts directed to the Jews of North Africa, are urging them not to emigrate to Israel •unless you wish to be like slaves and servants." The Cairo radio warned the North African Jews that "Zionism knows no mercy and only knows ruthlevsncss and slavery for Oriental Jews." It referred to a recent demonstration in Jerusalem by North African immigrants demanding increased immigration from North Africa as a "revolt against racial discrimination." The Damascus Radio advised North African Jews that "the Jews of America and Europe look down on you Jews of the East. Jews who arrive from Arab countries like Morocco are brought to work and serve in the Army. The Jews from America and Europe get the top jobs and the big money. You'll be treated like slaves and servants."



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PAGE 12 A *jml^n^J^!l^. -L2L Knesset Accepts Immigration Plan For 45,000 Jews Continued from Pago 1 A Lowe Galley Eyes Tentative Schedule i'lan* for the winter season at University >f BHnrf" nV(> f I the v Caller) were announced We lion Israel pounds in 12 month* as (ia> by Kobeit 1> lor Pauls, inicnin a "sacred fund for the rescue of director. Noltl) African Jewry.'; Now taxes ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ]y [l;ir(nl one," Davis enphasised ;h, r events will be announced I The children's program will gin Oct l and is open to mem! children from the ages ol 5 to 15 Classes featuring projt color, pasted clay, wood work and estimated to bring in 12 to 13 million pounds had already been introduced, he said. Orders have already been placed for construction ol 2.000 dwelling units to house the new immigrants, Mr Eshkol announced. The four-hour debate that fol, lowed developed much support for other media will be under toe the Government plan and also con pervision ol the same qMliM siderable criticism. Menachem Beiinstructors who conducted the pro gin, leader of the Herat Party, gram last season. sharply criticized the Government other conununitj services such for establishing a "quota" for M Ih( tllm program and lectureNorth Africa and demanded (he Mi ,| ( |„, )v available to members nnrestricted, immediate immigraOI l!n caller) tion oi 250.000 Jews from North Africa or. al least, ol the 120.000 Lowe Galtery, Davis said. wiH Jews registered there for immigra continue vwth its esta lisheo proThe SS. Israel, new flagship of the Zim Israel Navigation Company Ltd.. of Haifa. will arrive in New York on Thursday. Oct. C -7 on her maiden voyage from.Israel, it was announced by the American-Israeli Shipping Company Inc., New York City. U.S. representatives of the Zim Lines. The 10.500 gro r s ton, turbine-driv en Ijne r will *aij inaugurate the only ali. year passenger service between | States and the Holy Land gT commodate 318 passengers in ern first and tourist class c S.S. Israel will sail bom New first Eastbound voyage on Fi of Famous Cantor Will f*hnrt+ at Uon into Israel He asserted ll I for n ff III UnOnT BT at the temp, ol the Government exhibitions for the coming season -. c Arv i rp> ^ plan, it would tak, seven years to • ed last y. rs, oi Betl. El ^erVICCb transfer the Jews from North \: coursi i in the planning pi,,,,,, Berkowitz. president rica to Israel "'•'-'' Congregation Beth El, Wednesday kers for the Poale Hizrachi ,,. ,,..,, interest will be the announced that Cantor Louis <;..r also demanded a higher rate oi Gauguin exhibit planned for tenhaus, of Nee York City, has immigration, even at the cost of a March, 1950 Tin shibition is i to conduct High HoII* return to the maabarot labor |,,. K special!) organized under daj servkei the direction ol Allan McNab for Cantor Gartenhaua just arrived the Four Arts Societ) Palm Beach, f rom \,. w York City to assume and Lowe Gallerj MrJefferson nis ,„.„ dutiea He studied voice Wynne and Ann Atkinson, former wltn Za) V el Silberta and with JoshPiifp DlPCCtor assistant director "i Lowe Gallery, ua Yei&ser system. Delano Names visited a number oi European art Frederick Rufe has been named centers la^t summer seeking paintod and • %  • %  ,• • nt it the Algiers hoi to an s expected that about half the • uncement this week bj Lev items to be included will be borKenin. Charles P lUections in this Levin son, eocountry, the remainder being on m European sources 1260-room __ The winter season al Lowe I 126th si Mi "'" "'"'" (,(I 1,r w,,n n '' Beach. He has held positions with outstanding synagogues in the I'nited I Canada, He received his schooling and Hebrew educatiou with Yeshiva Eitz-Chaim, a branch ..i Yitzchok Elchonon Ye shiva tor Gartenhaua arrived in Miami with his wife and two bU rs and resides at 1652 SYV APARTMENT | 4 rooms. comi|dJ Florida room. |M nicely f.irn„r„) r £L Clotets. hardwood fail wa". and two wtrSI yard with l, uit tf J"*J High School. Ci I ** i 8.W. 2nd .-VhiCV| LEGAL NOTQl Dn ; the Print, an exhibit 5th rt in Miami A choir tl .,_,„, Rul mtheLessinj J Rosenwald Col h( Cantor „ nuW oeinK traine(1 .., ection Given to the National Gal.„„, vuU ,„. r ,. ai | v lu a>slN h||n ler\ "i Art Washington, lC. in jhis duties, will I • lull ct. nquet arfcrfe ,n \ graduate of the College of Hotel Administration, Cornell University, Rufe will supervise the operation oi the .it and Sinwith the Baba and Aladdin rooms. For the pa-t -\ years, be has : in a similar capacity at the Monte Carlo hotel, Miami R. He formerly managed the Linn Lak< Lodge in the Poconoi Pa PhiUlpsburg, N i. Rut. hi resided on Miami B Prospects for Boxer Bob Cohen By BILL WOLF Robert Cohen. French bantam lit boxer, has been properly classified as the world's champion m his b) Rink> V %  % % %  < ,...-. %  /.,„ i.i iwxing, which recent l> published its ings Previous to Ring's" ratl bis columnist cited the (ait that there was some differ inn between circles in the I S with the High Holidaj services Merkow it/ also njd Wedneada) that the main congregation building has been completely renovated with individual soft opera seatl and an air cooling system has batfl r of the congregation, will offiinstalled Dr S T Swirsky, spiritual lead Canfor Ittit Gmrttmkmui 1< ciate at all services. ''WWWV r*W*W*W'W<>^W'W all the elements Hi> father was killed in a holdup when Barnev was a boy. Saddled with the responsibUity as breadwinner of the fanulv ROM fought btk way to fame Then after bit boxing career ended, he fought in World War II and became one of American', famed war heroes This, of course, would be enough of a story. But the climax was the successful battle Bar ney waged against the drug hab.t This latter episode is a tremendouj story in itself and stands as a model of courage for others to follow. .. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER Cord.oHy Invites Ymi To Attend High Holy Day Services ol our Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE. CORAl GAIllS Conducted by %  AMI MORRIS A. SKOP and CANTOR IRVING ROtlNSON • isined by THE CORAl GAIUS JEWISH CENTER CNOtt Air-CofieTifioiieei for your Comforf V^V^-V^M IN THE CIRCUIT ELEVENTH JUOiCli AND FOR DAOE C— IDA IN CM*NCEIr iHAKR I IITSI vvupr.ij NOTICE BY 00 To 1(1 illl KT \| 4J HBB VV li si..\ -..tfj | ,| 'i r < \\ I Yin M:I: HIi ua M I ill) .! i • • • i:i;. *tr, TERRACE, a %  M|i A ? 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jfnitfflrrirfiin PAGE 2 B National Confab Opened Sept. 9 A three-day national mobi lion conference for Israel Bonds, [ormallj inaugurating Hie fall phase <>i Ihe Israel Bond cam] in the l nited States, will opi Washington on St pi 9, with I i < Bshkol, Israel's Minister ol nance, as one ol the principal speak* i Jacob Sher, chairman ol the Greater Miami Committee lor Israt l Bonds, made the announcei He pointed out that the naa] conference will be the first ting >>i itkind to be held un-' the new administration which' assumed responsibility t h r e e months ago for the sale of Israel Bonds m the United States, CanLatin American countries and \ estern Europe. Abraham Feinberg, president of ihc Development Corporation for Israel, said "the conference will be devoted to a detailed study ol Israeleconomic progress and he plans for development. BS Well 88 the role of American Jewish com munities in providing capital for that development through Stat< Israel Bonds" \ large delegation from Greater Miami will attend the C >nfl rence, along with hundredol Jewish communal leaderfrom throughout the United St) i ada Frid ay, Academy Adds Ninth Grade Vim will add a the fall semester %  der S Gross, pi pal. haannounced With the addition ol this bi Gn -said, the Jui School department, comprising the ;th and ninth will be compli In a report to the executive < nittee last Tuesday. B I Binder Academy president, -aid that 'the completion of a Junior High De• partment is significant of the unlUUal growth of the Acadeim Hebrew studies will be under 'he supervision ol Kabln Morris Horovitz. Dean of Boys at the I Academy. The courses offered in the ninth grade of the English Department will be similar to tho-c en in the high schools of Dade county. North Shore Jewish Center Inaugurate Nursery School \ :!h Shore Jewish (enter will open itNurserj School Sept. 12. Ihe Miner) will otfer both a -eculai and Jewish program in the North Shore area and will serve the Baj Harbor, Surflide, Norman dj i -ure I-le -eetion( la--. will be held from am. to 12 p m each week da) with bus portation provided without chai i !;. gistration is now being held at the school for students from three to five years old, and will he limited so ato insure maximum per r each Child, -aid Abraham .1 Gittelson, principal of the school New B'nai B'rith Lodge to Receive Charter Here i illation o| the charter, ami II of the officer-, uf the North Dade B'nai Until, will high .i membership piannin ion for the IMS membership campaign Wedm lag evening, Iqpt M at Ihe A hotel, it m been an nounced by Gilbert J Balkin. preideiit of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida. Frank Biel will be installed as pre-ident of the new North Dade I odge, which is the 22nd B'nai B'rith Lodge to be formed in the State ot Florida. other officers are Francis S. Brandt and Coleman R. Meyers. vice presidents; Charles Winncker, financial secretary and treasurer. David Amdur. monitor; Rabbi Hen rj okolica. monitor; Harry Fertig. warden; Martin Tucker, guardian; David Augustus and Al Wank. trustees. Julius Fisher ot Roanokc. Va., secretary of District Grand Lodge No 5. B'nai B'rith. will present the North Dade Lodge Charter to Biel. Officers of North Dade Lodge he Fiend, $£*! B'rith 9 n M N Kr„ Ml J ; ,,r ; l1 '—n^a II ] W r fitofc. 1924 Sidor Belarsky, world renowned interpreter of Yiddish folk songs, will appear at testimonial dinner to be given by the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami in honor of Mendel M. Fisher on Sunday, Dec. 4. at the Di Lido hotel. UM OINI V svre Vi] FLO DAIRIl Vitamin TM "Milk Prtfarjf 0tf fritfdri 1 TEL.2-J Greater MM | Temple Building Program Speeds lor High Holy Days Twenty-three classrooms are now being completed as part of the pl Israel building program. Remains Shipped to Israel NEW YORK The remainol the late Dr. Judah L. Mai American educator and rabbi, who served athe first president ot the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, were to be shipped to Israel for re interment on Thursday. Sept. 1, it wadisclosed here by Daniel G Ross, president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University Dr. Magnes died in York Citv on Oct. 27. 1948. at the age of 71 an announcement according to Wednesday. The rooms, with a 250 capacitychapel and a 700 capacity auditorium, are adjacent to the original Temple Israel at 137 NE 19th -t The new auditorium will serve as! a sanctuary for the High Hoi) Days, the announcement revealed Registration and enrollment for religious school 1now in process at the Temple daily between 9 a m and 5 p.m. Women's Unit to Meet Miami Women's Unit of 1'nted Cerebral Palsy will have itfirst business meeting of the new sea -tin Monday evening. Sept. 12, at the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic Mrs. Claire Guaaow, president, will set forth plans to be carried out for the coming year. ORDER A CASE OF SELTZER FOR YOUR HOME 1.50 SALT A\D SUGAR FREE N • 1 >• NEE HOME DELIVERY to Miami • Hollywood • Ft. loudtrdole BABAD'S SPARKLING SELTZER CO. JE 8-2763 Phones 82-0789 402 N.W. 6th ST., MIAMI, flA CANVASSERS WANTED DR. BROWN'S CEL-RAY "How About Heinz d Beans Today?"


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PAGE 4 B ^f^i^itrrktnr MTU StEROTYj^ Half Million N. Africa Jews in Jeop arr ]j I;;,;';;";;:, „L,n, eve,,,, m NorthAfrica J*5^^ri..Tu2i i l *a ( %  „ ,„ MtiowUsUc vMM has jeoof AJC Mmmendation, h,ve ff ,l I/.-.I the region s estimated half million Jam. State Department in i„ Washington, Jewish organizations continue to ,,,.,.,,,. developments affecting North Africa with v .ie„ to doing everything humanly possible to ;„„„.,, Jews in that troubled region Only time wi tell what role the American Jewish community will By HILARY MINDLIN ^"sh'oiJantoUoM have for many years foreMRS DE FOREST who has been a psychoanalyst for over I quarter .,,,,„ lhl current crisis Since 1948 hundreds of thouif equality cannot be achieved. or ii of aTn.'un studied fo/several^eaW with Sandor Ferencxi, Hun..„,,. „ No rth African Jews have beet .moved to larimta further iL^S^S^eSoSSri Se Hungarian Psycho-Analytica new homes in lerael American Jewish philanthropy Arab League activity on behalf < ; v 0 "wWchhJw president until h-s death in 1933 Dr Ferencxi h ,. pIayed an important role in a lcuat.ng the situaUaaa in Nortjl Afr.ca has been/ ;; ; St friend and co-worker ol Sigmund Freud Thai Dr |Uon „, t hose migrating to Israel as well as hose Ferrari wafaMeto maintain this friendship in th. ho remained in the primitive Mellah of CasaHicting views he developed, and particularly in the fact ol Preuas b|a| ,„„.„ anH ncreasinab harsh criticism and disapproval of his research and findconsultation between various Jewish leaders and ings." is a "tribute to that -leaven ol love" which was an integral part Kmu h guthoritiea baa been n i i, r w i a ^ f J r ; ^ m ^ THE LEAVEN OF LOVE. A Dev.lopm.nr of the Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique of Sandor F.renc.i. By lH d Fore 206 pp. New York: Harper and Brothers. 1954. S3.50. both of Dr. Forencri's theory and his own personality Stale Department in \v a < tamp* by other Jew.%*. The views of Moroccan US*** AJC delegation, indicate the amht! the Jew in Morocco todaj OnoIeiSl remain in his home |.rov ld ,n, KTH %  nee that the discrimination h e S3 minated. On the other, he wantiY Washington. In a number of i criticism of France has been cotnS ish propaganda. This was especial^ circulated against French officui faith. It is also true, however thatTl time While the French have indicated a desire to Albert Bassis, is one of the Tunisia Mrs de Forest devotes onlj one chapter to Ferenczis life oeiore p| .,, I( ( t j ewa i r ,„„ raging Arab mobs, events of the lescribe in detail his method ol psychoanalysis illustrating ,. M M V( r ( | WM kj indicate that the French are ex ater difficult) m defending their own position and the securit) of their own forces. Februarj %  delegation representing the American Jewish Committee made an on the spot survej li spent two weeks visiting North Africa— i ,i Moron o and Pans, cnaulting liberalh with clinical i from her own Ions expenenc. therapist Verj briefly. Dr Ferencris theorj is The indispei ns power in the therapeutic gift is love." Instead n which the analj I the end ol the session I i terprel in an impersonal and requires thai the analyst take an nt to establish a real overnment officials, Tunisian authorhim. while he hima unwavei i """' •'"" „ %  i Thus tl i Paris The greatest current danger is | over 1.500 persons died ln ne viola ?nd last month Jew i< ar that l|a be turned against the \ulnerabejg who may increasing loom as am_ troops remain. But n French foreeii and Arab extremisttake over, the J :ould be even worse PERMITTING the n m" i I ntageou i dful attempt to he eatly dread Ins) ilytic exp • ibutes to t ti iction his book is • Mind d<' I ettelheim's • %  hi kifferem • %  • livitj • which, in Mrs r own di ritj ol psych i i hristian .•1 the • •';, Hel %  HILTON FRIEBMAX — S AM L CARSOS — Arab League Means Ai Judge Sobeloff shunted aside Story Behind a Federal Appointment \ terest to Jen unit wish fudge *ho %  • wa bloi He is U.S. S %  minated %  S I Mr i i rV'hite House unds lhat ., strong advoi • "ii "I races in public schools" Senatoi i 0 Eastland, ol Mississippi, 'Mm l> Johnstoi Una undi rmined The Arab League stands for peaceful sottleroeatj whenever possibb That's what the script says— in black and white ma) surprise a lot of people in Israel and ninng Zionisj I S A Egypt, mainspring of the Arab League, has not I. in tavoi ol settlement of "all" disputes l.ivorablj For| onlj lM>k at what has happened to dati in the e-fforts| 11 tenains along the Gaza strip, through the aborting talks Initiated by a Security Council resolution. Oat j ill that it is almost a year since Egypl seized tat j i, jim. violating an older Securit) I >uncil resoat freedom of passage for all shipping through the Sunl But the statement affirming lh< V ib Let aceful settlements had not boon intended aa Israel situation. The sentence wapart ol .. hih • issued heie l>> the Arab League, "deploring thenoUi calling upon the French Government to take a morei tude toward the leigimate aspirations of the peoples of I However, inadvertently, the Arab I i has mi clumsy, anti Israel foot into its liberal mouth For the! the League's enthusiasm for peace wi mmediateb and tiled for notice when tl am I True, all concede, the Arab bloc Is get uineb intereSaJ iul outcome of the North African imbroglio But in behalf of Moroecan—as well as Algerian independent I more than overplayed then hand Their the peaceful settlement of "all" diaputi not tMH error They made another, more icriou lake The? I elves outvoted in the now well. \-i.,n Africa I mixed as an aftermath to last April Bandttttf twits from the two countries It was the Aral. league that wahottest for creaWM en remit cent ol Nations bloc out ot thooo delegate hi "I •' W Republican who -t. W/iUj nilly, India. Burma and the i'hilii •: ol thai bloc All three of these countries have been sk hn i Met ellat ol %  their failure to kep anti-Israel reeolutii from the" dung ( onferenee Furthermore India Kurrria hal pre Bandung meetings to get Israel into that corffrr .. thi fighl finally, onlj becauae the Arab countries thrai 1 up Bandung amit) before it got n "> I :.,. should get •• bid his public record and u f 1,71V MTTIHlf t V public hi aLatttPxl fef M fefgtf *'l^w —^ review b his loyalt) Di i ourt %  interi Su it he neithet ment bnel nor Kf.V.V.I UHOSSMW — Israel's Elections Remain a Dile ninia By the time this column reaches print, several weeks will have passed since the elections in Israel While the main tides of excitement and comment have broken equally upon the shores of dail) routine and upon the demands ( .i everydaj life, the mortems and analyses still continue And. „i course the specific make-up of the new coalition has yet to be decided. As I write, the afternoon paper nounee that President Ben Zvi has just asked D Ben Gurion to form a new Government and Ban Gurion has already declared his intention to seek i I road national coalition of all those parties repre sented in Israels first provisional Government, back in 1948 B.G. is a hardy veteran of political combat and the call to battle stations is neither unfamiliar nor unusual to him. And yet today many Israelis -ee the <;(>K This is All True r;,:„ national leader ,h( wpteatj of its George Jeaael, having been invited to inspect a famous Tel AM\ hospital, was proudly shown it recently, while on a tour "t Nrael. by several Jewish phyi s ,,nd surgeon Final!) the charts were reached and Georgia looked at them, obIng the system of abbrevialionj V for Scarlet Fever, Hi for Tuberculosis, I) for Dipthena. and so on. All diseases seemed to he pretty well under control, except one idicated by the symbol GOK. i o b eerv a ," aid Jessel. that V'u have a sweeping epidemic GO your hands. This is a symbol not in common use in American medical circles; JU st what is GOl <>h" one of the doctors rel lightly, when we can't diagnose. G > 0 ""^ dollars at oece m mean dollars Jack' -No! I *2 • "Say tho|f will write bacs^J dv( hundre in w riting



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• +j m istincrMto!L Fridm PAGE 6 A Liebman Elected Southeast Region ZOA President The first Floridian ever elected to the post. Miami .Beach attorney Seymour B. Liebman. took office this week as president of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America at the 18th annual convention of the or ganization. He succeeded Leo 1 Burson of Memphis Liebman. a director and general counsel for the Bank of Miami Beach, moved up from his position as chairman of the administrative committee of the region. He is S member of the national executive committee of the ZOA and chairman of the High Holy Days appeals committee for the (Ireater Miami drive for Israel Bonds. A. Arthur Pekelncr. president of the Miami Zionist District who served as convention chairman, was elected treasurer of the region, which recently moved its headquarters from Atlanta to Miami Beach. More than 500 person* attended various sessions of the fourday conclave. Principal meeting of the convention was a Sunday night banquet at which JacqueTorayner, national vice president of ZOA, installed the ofl Col Barrj Han! iw consul in the Israel office nation in New N ork and m pi "has ; the i. I si lents in i impress the other Vrab U she i' mtrj nting Israel He atI'-M" tributi 'I the \t a Sal t meetii Graveside Services Thursday for Mrs. Inez Apte, 4$ Mrs. Inez R. Apte. 48, wife of Day J. Apte, past president of Temple Israel, died Friday in Los Angeles after several months of illness Services were held in Leo Beck Temple Sunday. Remains have been sent to Miami for interment in Temple Is*£ wh' Ser,ion Gn Ukp Plce ThurC^ officiating. /VVJGUST BRos facilities, MM ktock wide, kesiest mfior *'' ***•* %  Ik-erpeel, tn^i. for I.... ,. A-nrkl VSJtrS long MM •*,*<,-* _Jretfereele if rt,yir*r!! '"* 'St*. mBf Zionist aid for Israel in the forthcoming year is studied by (left to right] Seymour B. Liebman. Col. Barry Harel^and Jacques Torczyner, at Mondays closing session of the Southeastern remonal convention of the ZOA. Liebman wa elected president of the region during the convention which heard addresses by Col. Harel. Israeli vice consul, and Torczyner national viceCoresident of ZOA. Col. Harel also was principal speaker at an Israel Bonds luncheon Tuesday at which Liebin presided. Marts, national executive v b nations and I ector <>i ZOA called lor %  re breakdown in internal affairs m vived Z ovemenl to be try leaders ol Jewish political expreeDr sion in the United Stat< lonf-thsw employ MM. PHIIIP H. MUMMER. 1324 FlOtlDA. FROM Jl 4 2500 mmm,.. mn annoon c e m e n t LLAHAlj W. JACK CA CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AMMOVNCIS: NEW LOCATION Suite 523, duPont Bldg., Miami 32, Fieri* NEW PHONES: M7S60. 12 -7SM Why A JEWISH FLORIDU IN EVERY JEWISH HOME IN GREATER MU Programs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center net under way with the approach of the fall season. Here, youngsters participate in a dancing session as part of the many activities oi GMJCC to fulfill the needs of all age groups in Greater Miami. Sunday Ceremony To Fete Sapero Burning of the mortgage ol Beth Raphael Congregation will take place at eeremonicSunday eve ning, Sept 11. at Beth Raphael N"W 3rd ave. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Israelite Center spiritual leader, will render the invocation Rabbi S T Swirsky, of Congregation Beth El; Rabbi Simon April, of Miami He brew School; and Rabbi Max piro will be among principal speakers. To be honored are Juliu^ pero. president, and Philip Childnovsky for their contribution to the mortgage burning. Sapero, originally from Bait i more, came to Miami in 1924. During the 1926 hurricane, he waded through the storm in order to save the Scrolls of Law of the syna< gogue. 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Lpt„mber9, 1955._ m +JmlsMk*f(tto/n PAGE 11 A :h Premier Faure Receives Morocco Jewish Leader [iKSB AINS (JTA) — [premier Edgar Faure re,iis weekend Jacques Da-. Ejer of the Moroccan Jew.gation to the Francotalks aimed at restorer in Morocco, for a dis[Q{ the delegation's viewHi the projected scttleLatement issued here, the [„ Jewish delegation — Lharactcrized the Moroclish communities as "aniL | deep desire for social [and 'conscious of having usefully served the Moroccan community aa a bond between French society, with whose cul ture they are deeply inmpregnat ed, and Moslem society, which has such generous traditions" welcomed "with great satisfaction, the announcement of democratic reform which will inaugurate a new era for Morocco and for Franco-Moroccan friendship, which all political tendencies in Morocco recognize as the essential foundation of Morocco's future." "But no matter, how deep the affliction which we are all suffering in the face of overwhelming incidents, we must come back to hank, reality and assert forcefully (fat the time 'for action cannot he held back," the statement insisted. "It is high time that everything possible be done to restore the Franco-Moroccan friendship, which should never have been affected to this point. The Jewish communities of Morocco, which owe Morocco to much, are ready to use all their energies and all their faith to guide Morocco toward her national destiny," it concluded. ii Friedman Reveals UJA Ten Million Dollar Drive for Moroccans linued from Page 1 A gan. Oued Zem, Safi and lea. Several thousand oroccan Jews, he added, i Jewish transit camp in •ca "without homes, propCanof livelihood and onkung desire to get to IsFricdman noted that the spinach mixture to about one inch I from top of each glass. Top with i a tablespoonful of sour cream and a bit of fresh mint or spring of mounting 1mm i g r a t i o n from \ P arsle y Ins "t *" •• teaspoon in each and serve. Nothing like it for cool and internal satisfaction. Six servings approximately. North Africa is giving Israel "numerous economic problems but Israel's people are shouldering these difficulties with ready willingness. They know they must act at once. I hope American Jews will respond in the same way." 0B.#feS kiith ol September brings \i deep seated yearning to I oy outdoor life at nearby under backyard trees. \b this legitimate feeling i me revised late summer, |ake your principle meals :n looks, taste and afterK cooling drinks §j well fruit IT vegetable soups in other words. And let the crisp and colorful pel proteins, use sliced i es in salads and/or cold fish dishes. Im all kinds Add diced I in salads and or Borscht Fill green prs (cut in halves length b|H'l out tomatoes or cupats (cucumbers, unpar^gthwise and seed portion i:'; a teaspoon) with egg • with sour cream or may|st before serving time. family demands meat hut days, make use of Ine broiler (if you own pdy hit of equipment), or pfeoaj brazier out of an covered with a broiler lit spring chicken, lamb pt steaks or hamburgers. following "imported" serving hits of meat on They are known by varidepending on country ["Shish kebabs," "Shashthe Romanians say it, By any name, all you have the filled skewers he refrigerator or freez%  OCeed as follows: foiled Kebabs for Rumanians) | fh cubes of lean beef or Per skewer Knatoes cut in halves I green pepper Dnlul vinegar loonful lemon juice boon sherry, optional b""n dark brown sugar |" "' cayne, pepper or neat tenderizer, pn.tl "•bea of meat in the for an hour before arem on metal or wooden Ibroiling. Place a half through center lengthtin pieces of green pepF-'t be used, and place ewer in so that it will M on all sides when ral times. Let stand in oe about one hour, in fator. prefera bly in a glass container. Dust with napaya tenderizer, if desired. Broil till nicely browned on all sides. Serve hot. Make as many skewersful as servings required, using the above proportions for best results. Spinach Cooler 1 package chopped frozen spinach (1' 2 cupful* fresh) 4 cup lemon juice (fresh, frozen or bottled) Dark brown sugar to sweeten to taste VA teaspoon salt 3 cups cold water 6 tablespoons sour cream 6 springs fresh mint or parsley Ice cubes as required Combine the frozen or chopped fresh spinach with lemon juice, sugar, salt and cold water and bring to a boil. Cool before refrigerating for several hours. When ready to serve, half-fill six tall glasses with ice cubes and add At a farewell party before sailing on the SS Jerusalem are the 12 recipients of the Mizrachi Hatzair scholarship for one year of study at Yeshiva Hadarom in Rehovot, Israel. Among students named were Samuel April, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, Miami. Rabbi April is Miami Hebrew School and Congregation spiritual leader. A Taste THE 0IPfWINCl25J Enjoy n THE DIFFERENCE! let your own tastm prove to you that No One Can Make Geffille Fish As Good As MANISCHEWITZ Makes it! Made in the modern new Mannchcwits koahex food plant •i ViMlaad, N. J (•a n uieem • ie i NOW* V If you had the money which would you choose? What's your fondest dream? A deep-tea fishing trip? A vacation in Europe or a new car? Sending your children to college or buying a beautiful new home? 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PAGE 10 B *i0*iftlk>rWM Beth Israel Opens Academy Women Religious School Hold Meeting Newly arrived to assume the | pulpit of Beth breelCongre^on at 711 Prairie ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi II. Louis Roltman this week revealed plans for the i tion's first religious school. Initial gathering of the Hebrew n/i % %  • %  n was held Wed iie-day at th Ugi< hotel Mrs. Irving Firtel, president greeted the group and Introduced For the first time in Beth Isthe new members S outraeli's hstory. the congregation will lined the schedule ol events planhave regular religious classes ned for the con I %  meeting daily and Sunday-." the cussed new | be innovat youthful spiritual leader e\piam ed immediate!] after the Holiday dding that sessions opened season. Program di Nl Year 5717 was presented by Mrs Tuesday and are now in progress Planfor the innovation have been executed by Rabbi Rottman Dr Irwin Makovsky, chairman of the board oi education, in conjunction With their activity, the following offered assistance: MornWeinstein, president; David Goldstein, MOO | Samuel Wolfe, treasurer; Mori is J Gnu Iwi i w cretary Ral tman has a degree in education and psycho! igj i • wi lained in the Rabbinical D< tment oi Hebrew Theolo \--.-t. ihis w r of ree from the Jonah Caplan. newlj appoii i hairman Reports on all si ities were the Mesdami Isidore Spolter. New \ i %  cards; Dai Esther Rackovsky, financal; Joseph Shapiro, binyan ba Vii I hi j w the Ham '" : %  Sussman Lou Sussmi U< nan. Gross j>idc Auxiliary H Mrj j^ J ack Levine n,.„.., weie 8,Vcn n mt,* i held m August. LONC-DISTAJ^ MOVES Work on the new Sanctuary of Temple Beth Sholom is being ac-elerated in order that the congregation may worship there during the coming High Holy Days. Shown here is Morris Burk, builder, explaining steps in completion of the structure. Looking on are (left to right) Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom; associate local architect of the project. Herbert Mc'.hcs; and Charles Silvers, chairman of the Temple's construction committee. *•*. 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Gelber, Libman Plan Oct. 23 Rites An Oct. 25 ceremony ie_MualreftL— will unite in marriage Miss Bleema Gelber and Robert ft Libman. Their engagement is announced by the bride-electparents, M' .,,„, M,S Nathan Gelber. Weal mount, Quebec. Her fiance is the M n ,.i Mr. and Bra. Abe Libman. 1440 Ocean dr. Miami Beach. Miss Gelber attended schools in Canada Mr. Libman attended the University tH California and hafusl completed an advanced course in hotel management at Cornell University. He served three years in the Air Force. Mr Libman will become assistant manager of the Versailles Hotel in November. .'' %  •%  *Mist Myffc* oo .lack Shapiro Bar Mitzvah Saturday Eclvthe Roof f Troth To Medical Student Jack Shapiro, son of Mr. and MrJoseph Shapiro. f*29 Meridian %  vc Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Sept. 10. at the Hebrew Academy ,u„ ,.,„„ Kabbi Alexander S. Gross will otti .nnouncement of the engage %  ..„ of her daughter. Ed>the. to Ce { ^ St; nley Joel Cannon ,> being ma c !" rn M d will read the Mrs. hsteile Root, ol m Ocean com Sitih;(th pii| tmn tro celebrated b) Mr and MrDavid Jacobson, ol 1230 N\\ 50th <-t 1 ii Sept 11 friends and relatives will attend a cocktail part) and open house at the Jacob son home, marking the occasion The first -uch celebration was held .! week: at the home ol their ton, Owen Jordan in York town Hi bu ". v Jordan is the well-known radio and TV actor. who is current!) i i i I in the u of Italian and Spanish films His parents will make floral offer ings to mark the occasion at the for the past three Saturday servici Out-of-town guests will ncludc Mrs Herman Wand. Arlington Va and MrI) Orloff, Philadelphia, year at the religious school Pa • lias received an Honor Scroll Holiday hint: whatever you bake 4MEW MAKES WE CAKE! Outbakes any other method ... any other mix! New Dromedary gives you exclusive advantages no other cake mix : nn other bahiua nut hi, J ever had before: TWIN PACK • MIRACLE SHORTENING • PRE CREAMED MIX FREE PAN LINERS end Dromedary is kosher yef costs no more! Tell your grocer you want Dromedary ... in the package with the y that tells you it's kosher! __ r Also Pound Cake Mix • Gingerbread Mix • Honey n Spice Cake MII the only cake mixes packed in gold foil to protect their perfect tresnness Since their eldest son. Charles R Jacobson. of Mami. was unable to attend the New York affair, he and his wife. Ruth, decided to in vite Southern friends of the Jacobsons to this second celebration on Sunday between 2 and 6 p.m. David Jacohson. 70. and his wife. Belle 68. came t>> Miami 16 years •go from Chicago. Ill Recently, he was awarded a citation from the Painters and Decorators Union of America conferring honorary life membership la the organization to signify his uninterrupted affiliation as a union decorator for 50 yean A unique feature of the party will IH' a preview display of modern oil paintings recently completed li> Charles Jacobson. fle is a wrell known modern artist whose abstraction*, have been exhibited in major galleries throughout the United States A special 'Book of Life" anniversary cake is being designed for the occasion by Mrs Robert Mayer, of West Miami. She was Florida pn/e winner in the baking contest sponsored by 1'illsbury Flour -everal years ago The theme and decor at ive color scheme of the unique cake will be gold and white Mrs Charles Jacobson will greet the guests and be in charge of the golden anniversary' guest book. Some 100 long-time friends and relatives are expected to attend the function Wall.), J3 Honew.5 Mr. and Mrs n^ will travel t„ pjftfcj V.ork and New *%* d'ng trip before 2* LBeach to make UZT**1 !" e "ride % t SL Florence Walk, 7. > %  North Shore i er ]*+.\ were married Saturday?i Emanu-EI. Rabbi 2 [*\ 'f'-ated a, he ff J mony. Paj The brides father ^.i marriage She work l l ength lace gown w lth \ .trim at the neckline 2j crown held her fc.JP she carried a white oS' Her s.ster f ronj jSj Edith Yesner. was the hri3 attendant Allan Vol.?? 1 brother-in-law. was bestjf Reception at the temikt the ceremony. Franco, Habbai Wed on Beach Childhood sweetheart! Franco and Raymond Hahfe married Sunday at 4 p^j Essex House, Miami Beat The bride is the da Mr. and Mrs Abraham Fn_ tor hotel. Miami Beach H baz Is the son of Mr ad Raphael Habbaz. Essei h The bride wore white < ballerina length, with eak eyelet trim, a pearl tianu veil. She carried a Bible) white orchid Her sister. Mi-s Ruth was bridesmaid in aqua kg| net with a tiara of aqua a Paul Eickenson was best i Reception was held at tktj hotel After a trip to Cyi dens, the couple will liital Beach. Alien, GussowH Wedding of Mr> Clawi president of Miami WoaaftJ of United Cerebral Palsy.I manuel Gussow took place! evening. Aug. 22. at the I Mr. and Mi Herbert 2276 SW 121st ter Rabbi Max Landman. 4[ Palm Beach, performed tn| mony Mrs Gusso is now in he| term of office as I nit i Joseph Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Elinotf. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday Sept. 10. at the Coral Gables Jew,sh Center. Rabb. Morris Skop will officiate, with Cantor Irving Robinson rendering the musical portions of the ^rvice. A kiddush in honor o the Bar Mitzvah low the service. will folTifereth Israel Names Josh Rephun to Faculty Tifereth Israel Nortfiside Center announces the appointment of Josh Rephun to the lamth <>f the On re 1 IHIOUS -(boo] A iradaaU of Y eshi \oth m New York . R c p h u n wa> lonnerh as SOCl ated with the Is rael delegation *t the I ruled Nations In addition to bis teaching du lies in the religious school and the advanced Sunday school class Rephun will continue his studies a t the University • of Miami Pioneer Wor List Delegates Golda liyersoa ClubaT Women will open its son with a cultural andi ing Tuesday evening. Seftj Congregation Beth EL To be honored at the I by president Sonia I the club membership al members who traveW during the summer TksfJ turned from Israel dames Anna Sonn-BiW.i and Rose Marks Pioneer Women res. to the Labor Zionist newly reorganised groyl nating all local menSaaia Labor Zionist groups have been announced by L Pushkin, chairman of *>! Miami Council of PioaWI BapmeaUtivei to lbf ." are the M< **\i Ida Jacobs Sonia RoW^ Raff el. HametGie**^ B.ld and Jennie Sedbi. m tion t.. Un Pat Miami Sunday l*J Classes Open Sept" Rabbi Simon April announce.1 the openjM School at Miami HJ1 and Congregstw" 7 About 125 children to attend. NfU sK*j Kelemer. J* .JJ J Stem. Garvan M eo ^ 2S Bemanl JegM About 100 children^ Hebrew School wh""" Staff will consist % 



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*JelsHkrM**!L Frida\ PAGE 12 B NE WS of the WEEK in REVIEW FodFair Starts Company to Operate Centers WW %  %  ..„.„ ,. m aan hv Frwwt Fair on,I Announcement by the and rate aled UNITED STATES terms with Russia. New York Times European en Sulzberger adds: And he is comirB to closer |> the Nasser is now flirting with neutralism. Next Spring he will visit Moscow Sulzber i on a vis.n 10 .Hera re bt i inning lo w. better friend than the home of "I """• me a b y r ? od Fa r •'""' lhe n M acres m Miami and 45 acres prismy ,f, 0 „.., : in rhil-idrlphM %  • I. • %  %  / ^ ,, a (()r (hc s center, — ..developing them tarto .^ uSfifcl 1 „ ,,„„, ,, lir modem -hopping centers, explainhavi lhe r^T* £ s sjaar f c ; sssnS?, f Since the operations of Food Fair Stores an primarily those ol •^7^??^^,. retail distribution of food and the operation <>f supermarkets, it waL„ Rabbi Joseph L l •45 MICHIGAN AVENUt, | PI** H 14 I tu ol two ,„. development w '"" Is ol land purcnas It hu been the property countries the following statement last week „„ %  ;1 || the peoples Ol the Middle East, the ant. Israel group ing but an "Arab propaganda organization," nc Jewish leader called it "SUbaidiied by the oil companies The current .ssue of The Ara World/'the monthlj publication rd ^^J^X^v Investment Co in New York, does not contain a s.ngle reference to Israel, n c-. Iu tcetfl -hall b ... A Soviet UN release titled "What Soviet Children Read" -' It. that ie pas) 20 r children with a to) | rinting of l o copies were publish) l i. USSR In content these books may telj three groups l Books d> •.iet life surro 2. B and 3 I to labor and technique The release addthat "our children n, and lules Verne 'i Fairy tales have replaced biblical and religous works which are taboo. A surv. \ jusl I oncluded has shown that four in New York City reads i foreign pap r The politan area boasts K:S foreign daili. klies publ in 31 languages B'nai B'rith, Mi -li service inization in the world, now h mbership ol 860 women and youth in 34 countries I. Perln • ent ol th< B'nai 1 i our nnounc. a B'nai B'rith tour to Israel thai will I to 17 Nathan Ginsberg, who has vantageous for construction of full erator of the ho I) planned and coordinated shopoi ping enters. It will lease portions of the centers to other merchants 3-UU-au tiff INSWMC! Metroeelitee Uf s. 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"Here and Now" ithe title of a new English-language weekly published in Jerusalem under the editorship of Shimon Ben EUieter. "Egypt's policy may be heading toward ominous confirmation that direct contacts between the fwo countries is possible only in war or border incidents." So laid Joseph Tekoah. Israel's director of armisUca affairs in the Foreign Ministry who partcipated in all the Gaza meetings. PEOPLE Lew Schwartz, a successful general book publisher, haentered the Jewish publication field. Mr. Schwartz, who is president o M*lrri Schuman Inc. New York, expressed the belief that there was I need for develop.ng on a long-range basis a library ol Jewish to illuminate the 3.000-ycar-old tradition of the Jewish people Rabbi Gerald M. Jacobs, Greenwich Village Temple New i Ust J fl o d w I^ mp l e A \ odah s ac,ion !" engaging a woman Cantor Mrs Betty Robbms. In a letter to the New York Times. 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SJOBAL SHORTS Friday, Septemb er 9, 1955 Jhf Jt ftffc r *w, Swiss Lock Border To German Hate Monger Visit Won't Ease Ambassador Says EiNGTON (WNS) —Syrian Cador Dr. Darid Zeinnedine, fcat was believed to be Arab -on to Vice President Richard E forthcoming visit to Israel L Arab states, predicted that Eton's good-will tour to the trai'l area will not change £e tensions in the Middle Because "this is a problem no settlement is in view.'" of the Middle East if they can make a permanent settlement of borders. A Foreign Office statement hailed Mr. Dulles' proposal wth regard to borders as an "important contrhution toward solution of the most critical, outstanding problem of the Middle East |i Scientist to Conduct ct for U.S. Air Force r AVIV iUN'S) —The Euro CfficT ol the Air Research and hpment Command of the States Air Force has cornLed an Israeli scientist. Pro Ifarkus Itciner of the Tech|ln>titut
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    sptember 9, 1955 11 ****** n*r*mi *-" W-. PAGE 15 A ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY „ued from Poem 14 A |-30 with Rabbi Morris elating. Saturday service* D a.m. Cantor Irving Robchoir and director Rob[burg will render the muslons of the liturgy. Seli[b( Saturday at midnight. Jp will discuss: "Service bncwal and Spiritual InHEBREW SCHOOL AND JATION will hold Friday brvices at 6:30. Saturday services arc at 8:30. Rab| April will preach on the leader's Farewell Adkntor Bcrcle Kelemer will musical portions of the lass in Mishna is at 5:30 fchot will be Sunday morni.ni. • • ^ITE CENTER will hold Ironing services at 6:30. morning services arc at kbi Morton Malavsky will [and preach on the subVs Prepare." Cantor alkow will render the )rtiona of the liturgy. at 6:30 p.m. Selichot will lay at midnight. Daily rill be at 8 a.m. and 15 pfore sundown. • • • ISRAEL of Miami will lay evening services at with Rabbi Joseph Narot AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eteAjng service*#t 6:30. Saturday morning services are at 9. Ratybi Isaac Ever "Wilt officiate, with Cantor Fishel Lutman rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Selichot will be Saturday at midnight Daily services are scheduled for 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. IE BETH SHOLOM will Lj evening services at t): Leon Kronish will oflaa Mitzvah of Linda, ol' Mr and Mrs. Julius will take place during Imorning services at 10:45. imuel Kelemer will renInusica] portions of the Miami to Pace Nation In Citizenship Day Fete Miami, where National Citizenship Day had its origin back in 1939, will again pace the nation in the 1955 observance of this citizenship celebration. E. Albert ballot, chairman of the Citizenship Day committee of the Harvey W. Seeds American Legion Post, which sponsors Miami's annual observance of National Citizenship Day, announced Wednesday that planning is almost completed for the Sept. 15 exercises to be held at Bayfront Park. At the Wednesday morning planning session held at Miami's Elks' Lodge Hall, representatives of the veteran's and civic organizations which have joined the Harvey Seeds post in sponsoring the celebration have reported on their organizations' plans to participate in the parade and ceremonies marking the event. Congressman Dante Fascell and Federal District Joudge Emmett Choate addressed the meeting. I Final session before the actual event will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at which time Representative Ted David, Speager of the Florida House of Representatives, will be the speaker. Obituaries! ,. J OHN CERKOFF S.Um.lay. He ram.. here flvo run Xl'/saT N ;W V' rk "''*•,:%. V.r.'.li .Itwibn (£. + ab*r. Miami Beat h. Mrrv.. J*COB BRONROTT QJA. "I lf 5 %  *•! Min "" Beach, "Ie<1 p uK,",H h '"" l! •' "" """•• from f •.. i' %  ,''"", "*" Bnd *' %  mi-mMi "f H.tii Jacob Congregation. Surviving arc his wife, Yetta; two sons, i inn, New Tork, and Herman, Arllag..II \M and two daughters. Mrs Batty H.I. ,,/., Nam York. .,,„i Mrs. Kurt, Norwich, c.nn. flarvloaa v.-M..n.a> in Riverside Mamorlal l ha pel with burial In New York. M ,, R0 B ERT BENENSON l?: ; ,f j 1 1 west Mh !*• %  Mtan > ".•" %  •>. 'Ii. -.1 Sal.inlay at 111-, summer home in Atlantic Be* b, N v. A natlv, ol loian.i, hr came to New Yoik citv In uaj and started his own real eetH te firm four years later. A builder be specialised In housing propei -ir. HI was one of the foumlera of the .New Yoik Federation of Jewish Philanthropic, and the United .lewiah Appeal. HI* wife and two sons aurvl\e MRS. CELIA LEVITT n, of l.,.i Washington ave Miami Heath, a resident here 25 years, coining from Rt. Louis, died Saturday Mie was a member of the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Jewtah Home for the Aged. Survivors include five sons. laMore, David, (tody, Julie and Lee; four daughters, Mrs. Kay Merger, Mrs. Anna Her ...it, Mrs Knhhv I'.nimmin and Mrs Dorothy Kaplan; a brother and a sister Services were Sunday In Kivei-ide's Miami Beach Chapel, with burial in Mt. Ttebo Cemetery. MRS. ANNA R. PINES 71. of ;s:i0 I'in.tn. dr., Miami Beach, died Friday In New York Hhe came to Miami M years ago from New York a inI had been a winter visitor many years previously. Surviving are a .-on. U..y, New York, and two daughter*, Mrs. Kdward Rab. New York, and Mrs. Ralph Duber. Miami Keach. Services and interment were in New Yoik. HARRY LADIN S!>. of ltl.'li; Drexel eve., Miami Beach, a retired hotel owner, died Friday. He formerly owned the Wellington hotel, Miami Hea.h. Coming here from Philadelphia 11 years ago, he was a member of the Workmen's Circle and Masonic Lodge Ml, Philadelphia. Burvlvlng an bis wife, Fannies three Boon, Alexander, Miami Beach, and Mas end Meyer, Philadelphia; and a brother Services and bunal were In PhliiuJeiphia. with Hellman's Miami Beach Funeral Home in i hai |e locally. The Officers and Trustees of Beth Israel Congregation 711 WEST 40th STREET, MIAMI BEACH cordially invite you to attend a reception in honor of their new spiritual leader and his wife RABBI and MRS. H. LOUIS R0TTMAN the reception will be held SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 10:00 P.M. in our beautiful air conditioned synagogue Refreshments will be served The slichos service will immediately follow the reception at 12:00 midnight (no solicitations) Ma\e your reservations now for our dignified HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES Register Your Children in Our Modern Traditional Hebrew and Sunday School FOR INFORMATION CALL JE 8-1251 % % Cottgr^attott ^etl] %[ 1 and (The 3Brflj 1:1 ircbrrut jAcabrmo The Officers and Board Members of mgregaium ^etl} Jlacoli The Pieneer Csnereeofie* en Missti leech 301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE snneence ffcef reservefiew mrt new awin fasen fer HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES BOTH SYNAGOGUES COMfMTAIlY AIR CONDITIONED Cenducfee* by DR. TIIOR H. STERN, ffeesi REV. MAURICE MAMCHES, Cesfsr Traditional Services Retaensivt Readings in English SELICHOSS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, AT MIDNIGHT kter Your Child in Our Hebrew and Sunday Scheol JE 1-6150 *WA*''WW rf W>f IMH IVI..., \i .mi Beai b, illeil Kept. I Ht home. Surviving are her huaband, Herbert: son, Maurice, N'.w York; two daughters, Mm, Ethel Hllvers, N< Vcik, and Mrs Merrln Olick. Monroe. N. v %  stater, Mrs. Dabble Morris. Miami Beach; and three brothers. Including: William it. i.r. Burfatde Services and burial srere In New York, with Riverside Mm nil Roach rhiipel In charge of arrangementa IRVINO GERSTENFELD ts. of st2 Bnvllln ave., Coral <;abi*s. who came here 10 years HRO from New York, tiled AIIR. 30 H001 SW 5th ter., passed away Aug. 31 at his residence. He Is survived by his wife. Becky: one daughi. Mrs. Charlotte Koenlngsherg: and a son. Jack. Iteinains were sent to Chicago for fervlcea and Interment by the Miami Riverside Chattel. NATHANIEL BLATE 46. of 136.". Monade ter.. who came here H veais ago from Lakeland. Ma.. died Aug. 29. He leaves his wife. Pauline; %  •-""• Anthony. Miami; his parents, Mr and Mrs Samuel lllate. St. Petersburg, Fla.; a brother and two slaters Service* were Aug. W In Cordons Miami Chapel "ith burial In Mt. Nebo Cemeterj 5th ST. to 6th ST., S.W. at 17th AVE. "Miami's Most Progressive, Traditional Orthodox Congregation" wishes its members, worshippers and Jewry in Greater Miami A YKKY ff.lffV. M:\LTIIY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Beth El offers: • A Most Advanced and Accredited All-Day Academy • An Excellent Talmud Torah • A Daily Chevra Shaat • Weakly Educational Forums oad many other Modern Traditional lun+vatiant VISIT SEE ATTEND OUR NEWLY REDECORATED J HOUSE OF WORSHIP. ENJOY THE INSPIRING SERVICES J IN AIR-COOLED COMFORT AND NEW SOFT | INDIVIDUAL OPERA SEATS HEAR DR. S. T. SWTRSKY'S MOST INSPIRING SERMONS ENJOY THE MELODIOUS VOICE OF NEW YORK'S CELEBRATED CANTOR LOUIS GARTENHAUS i < < |j 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i : .MM :t FEW CHOICE SEATS STILL AVAILABLE! COM IN FOR YOURS I Office Opan Daily ami Iteninas en e 9 mm. Telephone 9-3004 It***; r North Shore Jewish Center m I QJ 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 ABRAMOWITZ and CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN Attlslai by the North Shore Jewish Center Choir umder the Wirecften of Eli Samuelt Air Cend it iened for Your Comfort The Office Open Daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. FOR INFORMATION CALL UN 6-0221 m r^l



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    Member 9. 1955 +Jewlst)norktk>r) PAGE 7 B 'Grossinger's TV Story to be Reshown Sept. 14 L to thousand! of requests for a repeat En Jennie GroaaliifW'i dramatic story. Jocumented last winter on the "This Is television show. Ralph Edwards has an|t a kinescope of the program will be tsdav. Sept. 14. on the National Broadipanv's coast-to-coast network. Che of requests has poured in from pcoI it,, country asking for a reshowing of %  ve story of the noted Miami Beach Jp with her family, built a small farm fed-famous Grossinger Country Club at |N. V one of the globe's outstanding topic who saw the program have extish t<> see it again, while others who (riginal documentary but have heard it ihose who viewed it last winter have Land the network for a reshowing," Edlined half-hour allotted to tha program L Edwards to go into great detail. he does manage to capture many of the highlights in the life of Mrs. Grossinger. who was named last year as one of America's key women. The Grossinger Country Club, started 41 years ago with nine guests, now can accommodate more than 1,000 vacationers in its 33 buildings There are 810 employees. On its 250 acres are to be found facilities ranging from an official Olvmpic swimming pool to a huge private airport, from an 18hole championship golf course to an artificial skating rink. It has a horseback riding academy with thoroughbreds and miles of beautiful bridal paths a 70-acrc private lake, all weather and clay tennis courts, a now ski development and many other famous features that have enabled the resort to live up to its slogan." Grossinger s Has Everything Behind it all is the story of Jennie GrosslngM and her husband. Harry, who struggled to build a resort empire that is the favorite of vactionists from all walks of life, ranging from Hollywood and Broadway stars to "New Faces of 1955," famous columnists and other newspapermen. \Jennie Grossinger [fideis Chapter lew Season soon Sept 12. at the the l.miisc-Brandeis Inmerican Jewish ConId ii first meeting of IB season in the form ship party Shon Miller will narcalled "Congress in spared by Mrs. Joseph jffam chairman. project to raise funds sui.se Waterman Wise |be launched during the 11 to 24 at the Carib, |M le theaters under uiship of Mrs. Esther Emanu-EI Religious School Reveals Program Plans Religious school of Temple Emanu-EI opaned its doors for the .registration or students last week, announced Dr. Herman Mechlo.witz, chairman of the religious 'school committee This year, the school will introduce a new kindergarten class for children of five years of age where they will be given bilingual instruction and will follow the reading-readiness program used nationally in kindergarten classes. The hours will be 9 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday, and transportaton will be provided. Another new class for children of six and seven years of age will be organized to meet once each week from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in addition to regular sessions on Sunday morning. Through play, songs, games and dramatizations, the children will be taught enough Hebrew properly to prepare them for entrance into the daily religious school. Dr. Mechlowitz said. The nursery for three and fouryear-old children, meets Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon, and, through an informal program, provides an introduction to Jewish life, he added. New UN Chapter to Be Formed Here A Coral Gables chapter of the Miami Association for the United Nations is being formed, it was an nounced Wednesday. Purpose will be to brin* to the community speakers and programs devoted to increasing local understanding of present-day world affairs. First meeting of the Coral Gables chapter was held on Tuesday evening in the Coral Gales Methodist Church. Speaker was Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Mami. who has recently returned from a tour of the Near East. He was introduced by Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, who led a discussion period concerning the ways in wheh community groups can participate in ths year's observance of the tenth anniversary of the UN's founding. Daily religious school for children in and above the second grade in public school, meets three times weekly. Transportation is provided for those studenls attending Biscayne. Treasure Island. North Beach and Nautilus Schools. Sunday School is divided into three departments, elementary junior high school and high school, covering each age group. Director of education is Saul Rabin. ^ -'.' %  !$& Elsa Levick, daughter of Mrs. Albert Levick, 637 Malaga, and Jack Kopelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kopelman, 4413 Monserrate, are being congratulated by Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Mrs. Fannie Reich, president of the Sisterhood, upon being awarded Teachers Training Scholarships by the Center Sisterhood, following their attendance at Youth Conclave sponsored by the Southern region of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Elsa and Jack will enter the training classes sponsored by the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education. Foscell Will Address Presidents' Council Meet Rep. Dante Fascell will highlight the Sept. 12 meeting of the Presidents' Council of Miami Beach with a report from Capital Hill and a discussion of Congressional bills, passed and pending, which will afi feet Florida. In making the announcement. Ray T Sterling, president of the Council, said Fascell is expected to summarize the bill on the removal | of the 10'; travel tax. "Of the many bills introduced none has a I more far-reaching effect upon the (economy of the Greater Miami 1 area," Sterling said. and Rep. Fascell is to be commended for his continuing battle to eliminate this discriminating tax on Latin Amer ican travel." Each of the 29 member organizaations of Presidents' Council has I been invited to hold its regular meeting in conjuncton with Fascell's appearance. Sterling added. Miami Dentist Makes Report A Miami dentist. Dr. Doran D. Zinner. of the department of dental research. National Children's Cardiac Hospital, appeared last week before 500 doctors at the fourth annual conference of the j American Institute of Ultrasonics in Medicine in Detroit to report on his work with ultrasonic techjniques on teeth and surrounding tissue. Based on his research at Chiljdren's Hospital here. 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    Le mber 9^1955 lie Library Plans Safety Display month ->f September, Kiblic Library is planLy that will call atten"importance of safety t only in the factory Ighway, but also in the I to Dr. Frank B. 9 r ol the library. +JelsMk>rldUa> /7 PAGE 5 B "Parents, educators, plant superintendents, Scout leaders and all other persons interested in reducing accidents and encouraging safety education are invited to make use of the library's material on \ at ious aspects of safety," Dr. Sessa said. Special attention will be given to the care and education of children according to the best safety practices. Information about safe play and play areas, traffic problems, the handling and care of bicycles, the perils involved in the \m of firm-arms and certain playthings will be included. Spiritual, Cultural Program Precedes Zamora Selichot Spiritual and cultural activities of the Zamora Jewish Center will open officially on Saturday evening, Sept. 10, according to a statejment issued by Abraham Maloff, president of Zamora. The Adult Education program will be initiated with a session on the "High Holidays," at which the Sisterhood will act as. hostcsjpi. Harry Rss, president of the Men's Club, Mrs. William Locke, president of the Sisterhood, and [Mrs. David Kvel, chairman of the [women's division, will be in charge of the session. The midnight Selichot service will be held at 12 a.m. and will be conducted by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz and Rev. Rudolph Brill. R()ligiou.s committee in charge of •the services are Arthur Deutsch, I chairman, Sam Sirvermah, Gilbert | Press, Lester Shapiro and Max 'Temchn. May you be inscribed for peace and good life Each year as we take this joyous occasion to greet our Jewish friends throughout the land each year our hope's are higher for a finer New Year filled with greater luppiness,peace and prosperity for Jewish people throughout the world. We of the Maxwell House Division of General Foods Corporation also wish to take this opportunity to express our deep regard and appreciation to the Jewish public and Jewish grocers for their friendship and goodwill. We send you our warmest wishes that these fine coffees will continue to bring joy and pleasure into so many Jewish homes throughout the holidays and the year around. INE COFFEES FROM MAXWELL HOUSE SAMKA cotp IE SANKA COFFEE Delicious and De-CaR,notd INSTANT SANKA COFFEE Delicious coffee lets you stop I YUiAN The Guest Coffee with the Festive Taste! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE The Sabbath Coffee! LWAXWEU HOUSE Coffee MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Good to'ihe Lew Drop! F*OOUCTS OF GENERAL FOOOS



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    sr 9. 1955 •JsMlh rJdrk>r V'll'i"" PAGE 9 A Miss Siegel Chooses Imported Lace For Sunday Rites With Gerald Freed W i iHT-Kalin Irs. Slanlon Boss Mrs. CtreM Freed %  i Oene Troop Mrt. Bert Soul jeibow Becomes Mrs. Bass; Jouple Honeymoon in Caribbean Bl Adrionnc I-eibow and exchanged vows in 7 lelifiht ceremonies Sun\g. Sept 4. at the Fonhotei Rabbi Irving ficiated. Leibow, 10 South Shore dr. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bass, 1293 NE 161st st. Given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Ray Mufson, the bride chose a silk tulle gown featuring a .cibow and the late Dr. is the daughter of Mn>. f i tted shirred bodice, handclipped alencon lace, embroidered with pearls and paillettes and outlined with sweetheart neckline. The short sleeves were complemented by matching mitts, and the very full skirt was highlighted with appliques of lace and pearls and ended in a full cathedral train of tulle. The French silk illusion veils were caught up by a handmade bonnet of tulle entwined with lilyof the valley. She carried a bouquet of with orchids and stephanotis. Pearl earrings worn by the bride were.the aame as those worn fcinman Bride I Bert Saul of Madelyn G a y 1 e daughter of Mr. and p Wnnman. 1292 SW Miami, to Mr. Bert Saul, Herbert Saul and the ul. Holhwood, Fla., and la., took place at the ]o hotel on Sunday eve4. at 6:30 p.m., the date th anniversary of the Rabbi Joseph R. Narot officiated at the noon wedding on Sunday, Sept. 4. uniting Miss Doris G. Siegel and Mr. Gerald E. Freed, in HibiaeiU Lodge. Miss Siegel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. Siegel, Teaneck, N.J., and Mr. Freed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Y. Freed, 970 NE 118th st., Miami. The ceremony took place at an altar decorated with wedding arch of shellpink and white flowers. Best man was Victor J. Zelazny. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride chose an imported rose point lace redingote over a waltz-length nylon tulle bouffant gown made with lace midriff. The redingote featured a Queen Ann collar, tailored point to hand sleeves and was fashioned in cutaway style with handclipped lace edge. Her fingertip-length veil of imported French illusion fell from a bonnet of matching lace, the design outlined with miniature beach and seedpearls. She carried a white satin Bible centered with two white hybrid orchids and showered with lily-ofthc-valley. POSITION WANTED Refined lady wishes to ba companion for semi-invalid. Own car. Also general office work. Phone PL 8-6748. Miss Mimi Freed, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. Flower girl was Ann Gail Cohen, cousin of the groom. Miss Gloria Siegel, cousin of the bride, took charge of the guestbook. Floral designs were executed by the Blackstone Flower Shops. The bride is a graduate of Walton High School, attended Hunter College and Columbia University and graduated from the Julliard School of Music. She is a member of Arista Honor Society. The groom is a graduate of Maiden High School and attended Northwestern University and the University of Miami. He is Chancellor Commander of Miami Beach Lodge 170, Knights of Pythias. and a member of Ojus Kiwanis and Hibiscus Lodge 275 F. A.M., Miami Beach. For her going away costume the bride chose a shellpink linen ensemble with white accessories and white orchid corsage. Upon completion of a wedding trip by motor to New Jersey and New York, the newlyweds will reside at 1755 Marseilles dr., Normandy Isle, where Mr. Freed is co-owner of the Guncz Construction Company. JOB, 'TOGUST BROS R V/ n enU Rabbi was Jerome I by her sister when she was married. of Tampa. Dinner and lowed at the hotel, chose a ballerinaJBs> "' sheer gossamer nym.l hand-clipped import^ £ Jrtype lace over lustrous strapless fitted bodice %  one! in rows of small Mrs. Melvin faclbae/ Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Ray Mufson in a French.fjfjgg Caplin Brill C Kino nnl H/iu>n CKn *•-*•* A-I a **•• %  I — — blue net gown. She carried a cas-! Of Mr. Bochner Nephew of the groom Melvin. Sonia Caplin wore a wnite ace Epstein was best man. Ushers were! gown when sne bmi the bride illv i er ? me B l att J C0USm f J he gI ? m; of Marvin R. Bochner Au?. 28. The^ .r vT. of uSusuS i Rlchard Gjnsburg nephew of the The bride is the daughte r of fullv Xrod Un n U X' grTOm: S,dney Gub,n t hegrooms Mrs. Pauline Caplin. with whom -'""IE brother-in-law; Stanley Shrager. a sne llvec at 1540 SW 17th ave.. and 1 frend from Philadelphia. Pa. | Morris CapIin> also of r ., iami Mr The couple met as students at jcaplin gave her in marriage, the University of Miami. Mrs. Bass [ is formerly of New York and atThe 3 P m wedding took place tended Columbia University before in Betn Davld Synagogue. Mrs. Harvey Caplin, bride I slater in law, was her only attendant. Sanford Bochner was his brother's Her" husband, now U his 'senior .best man They are the sonsof year, is president of the Pre-DenMr, andMrs^ Sidney Bochner, 200o tal Association and attended Tern tlee\e fitted bolero type hatching hue with buti Ihe front and a tiny ollai f.nished the outfit. ^ran*s"fereing"to"tne~UM*Sn^ la Mai was "fchantilly-l secretary o£ lhe Pre .Dental Assoi satin Dutch cap | Ciation and p reS ent vice president. •Js&aj clusters ol shimmering and bud a double lllu tip length veil. She carorchuK on a satin-covbooh '•> only attendant was Miss Sandra Lee Weinwax maid of honor. Mr. aul was best made for lr. Ushers were Martin brother of the bride, Sidr. Jack Kramer and Aniti in mer Miss Weinman is a of (hiI Diversity of here she was president n Women's Honorary as well as f the IliUei Foundation 'omen Student's Associalso attended George University in Wash C. uhere she was a Phi Sigma Sigma sororpresently working as a phnician attended Georgia Tech where he was a mem%  Epsilon Phi fraternity. _*" president of the DSI I AZA He is presently tic I niversity of Miami. !E TROOP [T*H0T0CRAPNie, 5 td 'Studio Bridal [>"• C.id,j Wedding pie University in Philadelphia before coming here to live. Following a dinner and reception in the Rosewood suite of the Fontainebleau, the couple are honeymooning in the Caribbean. They will reside in Miami Beach. NW First ter. Reception at the Chateau motel, Miami Beach, followed the ceremony. The couple then left on a wedding trip to Havana and Veradero Beach, Cuba. When they return, they will live at 87 NW 32nd pi. 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    BEACH WOMAN'S ON TELEVISION lui. sine • passage of the te Anti-Discrimina|.-. 1945 was made V.'edthe American Jewish lh the State Commisl Discrimination here. bmplaint charges Marsh i ave Manhattan, I on disclosure of a Bant's rice, creed, colorigin, plane of birth as a condition k qualification for \)< up Lh T( urs literature pubfcr these conditions, [, isserts, to make important, intent pi said communicate or ad\crtisemcnt is particular race, (r on national origin are imiiable or not i I or solicited." • complaint is a [the Marsh Tours for m< mbership which ( nationality and fchcr i r religion, and a (the names of the applir: %  |iplaint, which names : MarjOrie Marsh rs of Marsh the New York I based on the use i i places of pub| which include I, hotels and 1 ihi ir package tours. a*kthe State Commisrequiring Marsh desist from the it it v practices id i complaint" To Aid Shortage of Spiritual Leaders Reconsideration of Judaian'l historic stand a'air.st women rabbis wa, asked by Dr. Barnett R Bnckner of Cleveland, in his presidential address to the Central Conference of American Rabbis, which concluded its bbth annual convention at Asbury I'ark recently. After a lively floor discussion, the Reform rabbis referred the matter to a special committee which will report back next year. In hi> address, Rabbi Brickner. spiritual leader of the Euclid Avenue Temple in Cleveland, said that new conditions .should alter the Reform position. He referred to a recent decision of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church which, he said, "broke a 167-year-old tradition by voting four to one to ordain women as ministers Dr. Brickner also cited the shortage of rabbis because of the rapid rise in th^ number of Reform tern pies. Congregations affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew ej'ati'.ns., central body of R?form, now totalling over soo ternLabel A. Katz, New Orleans • attorney and realtor, was elected chairman of the B'nai B'rith National Youth Commission at a meeting of the Commission held here at Camp B'nai B'rith. Katz succeeds Jacob I. Lieberman, Los Angeles attorney, who served since 1946. Katz, 36, is a veteran of 20 years of B'nai B'rith activity. Hialeah Meeting Hears Speakers Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, acted as master of ceremonies at a meeting of Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center last week. Plans were discussed for the Center*! religious, social and edui cational program of the coming year. Speakers included Rabbi Morris Skop. president of the Florida State Rabbinical Association, who also represented the Greater Miami Rabbin ical Association; Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center; and Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Buicau of Jewish Education the racial character of American | in speaking of [srael's efforts immigration laws, and join in ef towards peace in the Middle East, torts to leeure peace in titMi Idle Dr. Brickner referred to American East. poiic] as one "which has not been Rabbi Brickner said that the completely understandable to a b I N s ),,,, purpose was not the ereleaguered and belabored Israel'' ation oi n world union, but the en v • ; ,1| Manov" Dr. Brickner couragemenj of "cooperative acsaid, ^ton Mr. Dulles-tolls us that Uonoo i volufdary bank among h:> ,,.,„.,. Am M Ciin po!icy vi soverei) n ates, and to lhereby .;;'. develop klowty and gradually a toael U nn^otag a revision, for decade ,ast community oj mteresta out of the us to Heartily endorse a concrete The last time the Central Conferpr c T. 11 *££** !" £*** interexpression of friendship through ence of American Rabbis consider2r ., declared. %  This haa b *? n formal treaty, which will link 1done, ar.d pleaded for the "Strengthvning" of public approbation of the international organization. ltd the question of ordaining women, at its thirty second annual convention, in 1922. a resolution was adopted, declaring that woman "cannot justly be denied the : privilege of ordination." No wom' an. however, has ever been ordained into ihe Reform rabbinate. Alluding to the 1022 convention. j Dr. Brickner said, "In the discussion thai took place at that time I was opposed to such a proposal. But since then oar needs have changed, and 1 have changed m,v mmd. Many Christian Protestant denominations have also ebanged their minds. The Harvard University Theological School will now ordain women, and the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church has reversed itself on this question." Dr. Brickner added. The Reform movement pioneered in granting equality to women. Women not only sit on our boards, but soon one of the oldest Reform congregations will elect a woman as its president. Why should we grant women degrees only in religious education, qualifying them to be educational directors, yet deny them the prerogative to be preachers as well as teachers? They have a special spiritual and emotional fitness to be rabbis, and 1 believe that,many women would be attracted to this calling." In his address Dr. Brickner also urged his fellow rabbis to support the tinted Nations, help combat rael and America in a great ar.d common purpose—the defense of free democracy." Sophie Tucker, internationally famous ent3rtainer, receives an Honor Scroll and a gold crown pin as a Trustee of the Gucrdians of Israel for 1955, following her fifth annual purchase recently of a $10,000 State of Is:ael Development Bond. Making the award is Ira Guilden, chairman of the Greater New York Committee for State of Israel Bonds, while sevenyear-old Ealan Wirograd, of Tel Aviv, is an interested witness. lorr Haber, president m ORT FederIhe past five years c 't in Jewish affairs, has been president of the 3MT Union central [Jr. Haber was unaniboice of delegates [countries at the ropiduded World Con)RT organizations at The central board rerning body of ORT congresses. tabbi Poof Was |f U.S. Committee |>RK Dr. David de Sola i oi the Spanish and PorJnagogue in New York. I' rary vice president of nal Jewish Welfare 11 of G7 consultants fe


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    /AGE 4 A 'jewlstncrl^l OFFICE and PLANT -120 NE.Sixth Stree, TolfiDhones 2-1141 — *"" Jewish Chaplains and Their Telephones U*+. PH!i" '?n rnt>i of (lie mm 8 U On* Vear Ida Kh colun ni SCRIPT MOO 0 N B Two Ylll T C • SS.M Friday. September 9. 1955 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher Volume 2g Number Jb LEO MINDLIN News Editor __£"!?— What of Geneva Promises Now The first violation of the spirit of the Big Four Power meeting at Geneva has taken place. We refer, of course, to Russia's secret decision last week to arm "a major Arab nation." The move was uncovered by our own State r=partment. and the "major Arab nation" turned out to be none other than Egypt. In these columns several weeks ago, we urged caution in the aftermath of the Geneva conference. The Soviet's seeming about face on rr.rny international issues notwithstanding and despite her sudden concern for Iron Curtain Jewry, we suggested the advisability of a policy of watchful waiting. Our only disillusionment is that the Soviet breach comes so quickly. There are those who will minimize this latest Crmmunist move—who will argue that the :r East does not constitute en area of ideo'.::\cc\ conflict between East end West and that r.c violation of the Geneva spirit has taken ce. But the facts are these: It is undeniably true thai international .sions have to a considerle extent since the Bia Four Power o::-Ac. While W rders admit they do %  I fully .1 Russia s reasc looking a .uable gift horse in the mouth and will battle between East and West to achieve ideoloqical ascendancy in the case ot and industrial as By Chaplain Merrit A. Sandhaut (EDITOR'S WOT It Chaplain Sandhaus U asatstant to the director of the VA's Chaplain Service. On July 31. In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Service, chaplains of all faithministering to hospitalized veterans will be honored throughout the country.) %  %  ** %  • ? patient w Aug 1 marks the 10th anniverhe will make the trie vary of the founding of the Vetercalled Thus, he bear. ans Administration Chaplain Servhis task in the TJ-! ice on a national basis. Those interested in the progress of humane services in the field* of hospital world visitation, religious counseling and "Bikur Cholirrr specialised ministry to the sick visiting the ski; if have | ream for taking cognizan important element ^ ance of thi,date. jcal life of the Jew '** \ ii t 1. 1945. the Veterans ( f ever J n' %  "•. tovUtj Administration Chaplain Service !" f N Wt" He formally established to "as|? e s, £* frequently u beneficiaries the best possible ."* %  ''' are just h 1 aiti>MI rabbi, 2*2 ^•• %  -l' rabbit Jfles away NeverU^ %  'ven one p,, iem ^ the tnj he beat that "he who^L, Russia, also political cendancy In indigent and fomenting areas of the world. 4. Russia's offer to Egypt to arm her in the event of war with Israel is thus another manifestation of international Communist pol..,„.,,„.,, guidance, counseling and 5f e 1 re 1 ncM m ,hp Talr to, advance unrest wherever it may religious services."! Prior to the 5 u,chan ru ch with ,. ... n orgaruzation of this service, which !" "V on "' he sick T Clearly this is no different from the position ^ Mip( rvj 0s (he work of ap of ministering ,n the the Soviet has thu=far taken in Poland. Czecho(M ,, Nm 4ltHv ri8n fu n-and part-time f a,) ls ,: f at all m Slovakia, China, Korea and Eormosa. Red ,.,, Bp | aiM „f m any faiths, only ,ra(1 """' However, ns— China is a bitter example that sticks in the Kir t time chaplain service was prominis,r > n a regular, I craw of Rusian international philosophy. Hav\uied in Veterans Administration a "" '. f.rrals by doctsrtl inq helped create an uncontrollable, monolithic hospitals —although there were %  "*|j| workers;v somedav rhal-me full time chaplains serving in ; s on> con !" ng t .Vheme of World Veterans Administration domicilne ^ e arc altogether scheme of World ArranBemrnts in hosl davs technique, .re mtegn State ihere -one which ma lenge her own position in ti Comm her own position in the scheme of World veterans am.nr. ""'T", technique areint*ml3 .unism the Soviet for .elf-protection sub*£ .^CT ^ S3? ZC app'Sjj sequently trod comparatively softly in Korea | tire problem The Vetemj and Formosa and seems utterly amiable in the Today, however, a corp of fullistration hapioneered!! matter of the future destinies of an independent and part time chaplains, fully qualproach and is deeply sag Austria and reunited Germanv. ifie J <"< lexically endorsed and lts further development l>r. it. ssionally supervised, provide The story of the V But the Arabs can present no such challenge a complete and effective religious ministration chaplam to the Soviet and their offer ol lo Egvpt ministry to all hospitalized veterfold in terms of tail is totally safe, since it parallels her past sue"*• rhc .National Jewish Welfare li S ious ronifc. cessfu! other areas of the world. Bit *>ard (omm.ssion on Jewish p ., icnts ^ited The lerly amusinq is Mr. Dulles' warning to Russia ( J^^,7" !" d or ne comm s "1 "'; h i mcal *" anil I rotcktant endorsing commiswhich to n leasure theu last week not to qive milita: e to the Muns WM inst rumeiital in helping hc chaplain* make toft Arabs. For under his foreign policy, this is pre,,, hring m to existence the Veterand spiritual welfare of] cisely what the U.S. has been doing during the ans Administration Chaplain Sen1/0 .1 veten past three years. It continues to play a vital Chaplain William e in the recruitment and enthe Veteran* Adminbti action munism. Well. visit major ?s. 2. The apparent dea atemational tension has heightened the significance Of the strugc'.e in the Near East. It casts new light on the roles Russia, on the : e hand, and the United States and Britain, on re played there. -. These roles clearly syi the classic • The British Knack for Prestidigitation The British seem to have estc 8 reputation (oi r ht hand know what their lef During the last cei (oi rxar.iple, when rr.^ny of Britain's famed phUosophers were Miami Leader New ZOA Reaion Pretirfant expounding on concepts of social and economic justice, the British brouaht to it, ascendancy tne mightiest Empire on the face of th earth rtnWu KiP n 9 gl0nhed colon 'li8m w.th a kind of heartfelt passion that has never seen rivalled anywhere. This enviable talent seems never to have ~een lost by the British once acquired. Current Near Fn* AitHr-x .!.;, ^ '"'" tration appointment. provided There are at the present time T !" V 173 activated VA hospitals with an' T" !" 3 '' average dally patient load of spP art "" bed with Mind Jfwi"* -unm^ the k.n* lleU and courage that only Brevis tion ....^.v.i-0 i M t/uuvs uinn now ""-ii RHiva %  miai in 101 hospi Buffalo :a boon the treachery and opportunism are clearlv etchtals which would be utterly withwhom he fmo ir ed on the pages of Arab histc two World Wars. But the fundamer.-al cone that R ussia £~ now readies herself to help the Arab, flaunt he : e agree: e] and th the altar of tional duj Near East difficulties are a case in point. Her l "coqnm 0n being accorded this S^ OV r en lQSt W6ek ^ ded S munity ^ alklir9 0{ the Am ic n Jewish com ^IfLF^P? 80 ^ as a m aior achievement in The Southeast region of the Zionist Organiza!l^ m l nca concluded its annual convent>on early this week in Miami Beach. B Ue^r't"' f the reaion was Svmour B. Liebman. a long-time national ZOA leader and active m numerous Greater Miami aHats The election of Mi. Liebman indicates tb. r;r?ftJ^.'."">'^ -S ftmunity. r „7I S —*r ovJ !f raa,or achievement in ntemational affaus-although The Times of We are certain his election auaurs wll k. I !" .Z 0 !" conse 7 ativ *lY asserted that the f ture Warns of ZOA', Sofi^^ tonsoflheproposcj. go no further than those We <*• also confident that i7w11 £ 9 n in an address before the Foreign Relations ? r 9 a !" ation of America, a. well o. J Z Council of New York some ten days ago w^^ 8 hoih locall Y awTnationa,l v „" Bntam s right hand again struck out in a nove yn^ m ,he ***** nunie ou M and seemingly inexpUcable direction. ZOA P r gams. numerous Miami wh 'J• ^ S,a, 9 not ^ael. can offer Britain acquaim^S T !" ^ chosen a ^n well' T^JST 2^ 5 the Middle tasX The ting Z TztnT* n, Pr blem cu "ntly bS Times of London declared. Thus colonialim .KL ^ nist movement here and tK, u triumphed once more-with Ih^cSrdarf a £ nQt, n and h ^ntribuuon to toP^V hollow Britiah cry for justice still ringtg meanf^^VSJSS 1 *^** £%' %  lessly xn our ears. JJJJ th. reg.on and to the organiStiSTS Please Let Us Into A



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    JSeptember 9, 1955 +J€**lstl fhrirfg > r [LEGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKIIKHY UIVEN til ll ii-n.'l. rt' rlim %  I nan : Will I M Hagl. .1.1 n.iii. I ..ml of •MI,: LEGAL NOTICE E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW UKHY GIVEN %  i ili'i tit ^ I'll, al I'u. %  niiiic.n ml* in 11 n-iih thi 'i-'i k of •" %  • I'll"" „f i i.i.i.i • % %  ml). l'"l"' \ \ III \.\ I i AVIS. oW in i L'i'KKR it Nathan I UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ID HKKKIIY GIVEN thai -n ins i" engage la Ender Hi. fictitious name cf i 8.W --'MI Ava., i i .i me M Hh the Id, i i lit Court nl Dadc iV'i.iis .1 CHAGNOT rf..i Applicant itglrr 81 "E BY PUBLICATION IRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR OADE IN CHANCERY. No. 182753 •TI: IRIS RPNlb, Plaintiff, IflKOKCK BPNI8, I 1-filliln II t IT FOR DIVORCE IT GEl IRGE III NIS i' a '' unpany, %  try Ilepaitmenl Dtuii. M %  husetts : thai a lllll I 11| • ... tinbeen ll you, .. ml • d ..|.> ni your A newer 01 ii. [till ..r Complaint >m v rm NORMAN II. (IN. 1 1 in .!n It. .ad itullilsnd ni.. the \ Pleading In tha Ireull Court re Hi.1 1 tlaj of iiii'iii 1. mi fni • %  -.1. ludgment uiii intuki 11 against 1 ou Del 1 indc .1 in Lh Bill I !! lie published onca • titlve weeks BWISH KI.ORIPIAN • l\li nltDKRKD at Miami. \ 1lat, A 11. '.i WTIIKKMAN. %  1 Florida R l! RICK, .IK. Dun s. Deputy Clei k UNJER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HERKBV GIVEN that limi.-.i. di nil Ing i" engage la liuii'i tin fli niloui name of 1" I -1:. IMPORTS, iit Ull Kill. Miami 1 leach, Ma Manama with the It nil Court nf Dade 1.1.. IN HARPER. INC. MARILYN Bl'RKB, Pre* A ''."l.hSTKIN Registrant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEKKItV t'.lVEN 111.' un.l. 1 -;KII. .1. di t m a ,, %  < rtc nf MARIA NKGLIA EXTKKI'KISI %  KlM Flldg Intend, l ml nan •• with i.h. 1 ] ..,k ,, r h .-nit Court nf .;„,.. ,.,, • IAIMA KEfiLI II*!,, .,• BERNARD 1% u ow "" Vttnrn \;i|ill.-nnt :II; Si> hold ni 1-9-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY RIVEN that the undersigned, d.alrlrra t.. .-nil hualneaa under th.fictitious name ol CROWN COMMERCIAL CO lt.nl at P. q. Boa -v North Miami. I!<.n.la. Im.nil* to real name with tinClerk nf the 1 ireull 1 '. Daoe County, Florida. NAT HANKS OKOROE J. TAI.IAN..I l. Attorney for Nat I tanks s L'tt — 9/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B % %  %  % %  > -= 3M \i ITICR H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREHY UIVEN thai : p r ffS e 1 nt of tKS Woltl 1 .in., v Milt. ;V';"".•> %  ri Applicant* 1.1.1 ongn I:I.I K i 1:1 %  ., IN THE %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKItV fllVEN Ih.it the undrrtdgncd, desiring to engage in liiislni-HH under the fictitious name nf SHORKHAM-NOR.MAN HOTELS at I..I Ocean Drive, Miami li.-aeh Florida, Intend to register aald name with th. Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida DAVID I'.ASS Ml IMAM I'.ASS A \l(i i.V M KANNKR. I).,, Attorney for David Ba and Miriam Ha.ua K/26 — 9/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIBKEHY CIVEN that the undersigned. dVsirlng !•• engage in bualneaa under the fk-tltinu.name nf SAMS TEXACO SKItVUi: STATION, al Mil Alton K.1.11I. Miami Reach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daiie County, Florida SAM LOGPNOW, Sole owner DAVID M CliNSH \K Attorney for Applicant T'lt lllscayne Rldg. !'. 2 -9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREHY DIVEN thai the Undersigned, deslllng tn engage ill business under the flotltloue name of MIAMI •FLORIDA PA8HION COUNCIL, at 141 N 1: trd Avenue, Miami. Fla., intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Count)', Florid;!. MIAMI PA8HION li > %  %  • I NO FLORDADE COUNTY. M > Mii.wn, PUIntlff 'fur* nJ^TAft^a "•<•'"'""• 1 "i JKNNIE Mi I AKI. \\|. ,,, I,'; 1 ',; "v" fl ;" '" m %  < % %  < %  < •'. "K '•• thi-. null with 11,u .• ,-.. pitdina 1 Clerk, and ill with thin Court'a .--ei \ •• A copy on Plaintiff* attorney, HERBERT H HCTNER" MS Drext 1 Ave Miami Id ,1 • or '" tober 13th, Eaq Plot Ida, tatalni irW *S taken onfeaaed b) you Dated: Angnat It, INI 1: M LEATHERMAN 1, ,, l, k "' ""' Circuit Court .Sent, ; '' %  "'' %  "' %  ,-9/2-9 "*•-"-> I'lelk LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.H HEREBY GIVEN that the unde.Mi:,,.',!. doalrlnc to engace In 1 t ,'. V."\" ."' ,r "'''el.tio,,!, „„„„. ,,,11. M %  I %  H.viTi -in-: WAREHOIKE "' N U Mth Street. Miami, FlcE Ida. Intenda toxajriatei aald name with Coun^rn1riS? T rCUUC0 M ^ DAVID DR^CK ER BYBR "^ Artornaj for Ann. Byar I/I-MSS"" I: ""'"" K MlnnH, Umida COUNiY JUDGES' COURT FOR DADE COUNTY, IN PROBATE. No. 3&424-B pATE DP PBLF1N, alao known aa IIKI.IIN. Deceased :E TO CREDITORS ill'"'.in.i All Peraona llav11 Demands Agalnal Bald each nf y„ u arp hereby required to present any oamindx which vaaj, 01 "'• [na iiiM aaalnat the J5;AH I>F:LPIN. a/k/a 1 I.I'I \ :. ,.,-eil late of 1 1 "la. to the Honor> -iii'ii-'i -! 11.,.1, County mmt in their offices In Dada '"oun"itliln elsht calendar '' '• of the first Said claims or I hi legal address 9 >d to '" nrora to "' '" lid, -.I SMine H B *' •' w of %  %  \ %  'S 1 H SHAPIRO Wtl I. A.'HoK of the I'KCAR 11| )l.KIN BHATA liKI.KIN M PRIED "• %  ''-^Adminlstraton Miami Beach, Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrinR to engage In l.n-dncss under the fictitious name of •SYMPHONY FASHIONS oh" MIAMI, at 144 North Michigan Avenue, Miami Keach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Kloiida. MAN NIK KlEtlEL. Sale Owner THEODORE R. NELSON Attorney for Applicant 8/l-2 — f/2- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIERKBT GIVEN that the underalaned. desiring to enaaRe in business under the flrtHIiHi name of CHART RECORD COMPANY tnot Inc.), at fMO Coral Gate Drive. Miami. Florida, Intends to register the aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th day of August. 1MB. MCKIEL NIE8EN MAX ENOEL, Attorney T'lt lllscayne Building 8/19-2* — /2- NA N 5I R LA F ^ CT,T,0U L" HEREBY GIVEN that *er \S •-!!""••, l ".aage In I'. ,."; fetltloua name of I.'., n .." \ V V X A CIOARB. I;"' 1 •'•'.. Miami Hea.h, I 1 '." %  •'Bister laid name said name :•< the Circuit Court of %  riorlda MI'NI.Y 1'I.I.I.AK .DORld 1'III.I.AK NA N „I R LA F W CT,TI0US I'K HBRKHT GIVEN that fttoenaj r ". II tltloUl l':inie ,,f ,1.1,. Intend* to 'ourt •lth the I liaile Clerk of < 'oiintv, pLl N '|? ,AURO """vldual i elSia^ ".'•> r id t„ at 31X0 iliet'ircu.t %  MA: PpHcanu • rENQER Kid,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 112407 WILLIAM HKNRY CRACK and 1.ITHA LEE GRACE, his wife. PLAINTIFFS, vs. K \i. LEE, also known aa EDWIN M LEE, C. I HltooKS. also known as CIIAKLKS I. BROOKS, and F'. L. WKKDK. as surviving directors and trustees of LEE-BROOK8-WEEDE, INC., a dissolved Florida Corpotatlon. DEI ENDANTS. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME )P THE STATE OK FI.ORIDA: TO: E M LICE, also known as EDWIN If. LEE. C 1. BROOKS. also known as CHARLES I BROOKS, and F" L. WEEDE. I surviving directors and trustees of LElT-BROOKS WEEDE, a dissolved Florida Corporation: AND AI.so. all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In the property which is the subject matter of this suit. property l>lwc and being In Dade County. Florida, and more particularly deaoribed as follows l.ot 14 In Block 2 of LAURAVILI.E OARDENH, a nibdlvlhiou. according to a Plat thereof, recorded in Ptal Book Z2. pane M of the Public Records of i>ade Countr, Plot nli TOU AND BACH OF TOD are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above n.im.'l Court, DJ the Plaintiffs above named, for tha pin pose of quieting title, ot 'he Plaintiffs. In and to the nropert) Involved herein. ibo\e described IfOU AUK HEREHY ORDERFID AND itEjl"llti:ii to MI. your Appearance in said suit on or before thi da) of Se|. and In rti of such \ Pi"" Confeseo will be entered again-' and each of yoll DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In l>ade County. M llorida, this lTth dm 1: LEATHERMAN. Clerk "f the Circuit Court B| \v.\l u frroCKING, its Clark BEN ES.lt EN Attorney for Plaintiffs 1'iU SeyiK.M Injlldlng, Miami. Florida /!-• — t/X-t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In b Mint M under the fictitious name of l"'ii;i..\s BQPIPMENT COMPANY %  not In. ;,, 23 8S N u -,,,, s ,,.,',., Miami, Honda, intends to rcKister s.ild name with the rierk of thi I cult '•ourt of Dade County, Florida •I DOI'GLAS RAMSAY GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant I L' l i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engi bn in. ss unil,-, the It. minus name of GARDNAR MI'I.I.I.Y CO Ml <;\ 1' 1. KAN IN.;. ; ,t ]] Cornl Way, Inii-n.is to register aald name with the 1 l.rk 01 the Circuit Coutt of I lade 1 ounty, Floi Ida. X, ..... BBRNARD ROSENBLUM MORION M BEIGEL Attornaj for Applicant !i4 Biscayne ibnldliiK s .- — :i t-a.ii NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36044-A In lie. ESTATE oF' HF2NRY KRAKOW, 1 'i'u All Creditors and I Pet HlK I.lilii.,.l notified and i.'i any .lai.iiand d< n either/of you. may estate of HENRY KR \ Ki t\\ %  1 e.i late of Dade County, Florida, to 1 hi 1 b.imi able Count 1 .1 County, and file tl ill the I ''..II,I ) UIII %  1 iade 1 '..-in: 1 11 Ida, a it 1 ah ndaj monl ha from tl first publication h. "i den Midi 1 ni., in th. di• .-s .,1 1 in.'i.iimani and 10 %  %  ,1 as afot, mil be barred Date August 1L', AD. HI-,'.. LEON KAPLAN As Executor of the I end Testament of HENRY KRAKOW, 1 MYERH, HKIMAN \ KAPLAN Attornaj %  for KM-, utor I 19-M NOTICE UNDER FICTI fOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undcrslRiied, desiriim to engage In business under the fictitious nH. ABBEY OP MIAMI A.ABBEY CA8I'.M.s, at MO N K T.'.tii Street, Miami, mil mis to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABBEY LANE DAVID LEVINE Attorney for Appli, .ml 123 N.w. UUi ave. s 19-21 — : %  2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t,, engage In business under the fictitious nan BHERLYN PUBLISHING COMPANY tnot Inc.), at ivsn .'oral .late Drive, Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit .'ourt of Dade County. Florida. Dated at Miami. Plorlda, tins 10th day of August, l9o.*i, Ml'RIEL N1ESEN MAX BNGEL, Attorney -lit His, „\ inlluildiitK v 19-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN that the undersigned, deslrina to cnaaxe In buxluess under the fictitious name of CAPITOL DISTRIBUTORS. LTD.. at ]la7.N.\V 22nd Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada County, F.orida. WINE CORP. OF' F'LORIDA, • a Florida corimration, sole owner AUUNOVITZ, ARONOVITZ \. A I DIN Attoritejs for Wine Corp. of Floi ida 9,2-^-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 182644 LOUISE SWEENEY, Plaintiff vs. JolIN K SWEENEY, Dcf.-n.lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN P. SWEENEY 2215 Pleasant Avenue t'nlon city. New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has h..n fiii-d against you, and you are required to serve a copy Ol your Answer or Pleading to tha urn of Complaint on tinplaintiffs Attorney, MILTON 11 RICHMOND, I Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, I'l,,1 ula. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the Of the Clerk of the Circuit .'ourt on or before the Ird >ia of October, 1953. if you fall t-> >i judgment by default win be taken attains! you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each we.-k for tour consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH H.OHIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th dav of August. 1955 K B. LEATHERMAN, k. Circuit Court. 1 i.nie 1 'ouno. Florida By it 11 Ri-K. .Ht circuit Court s. ,1 Di put) Clark 9/2-9-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tinondersil I. desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name of ART MAYER PHOTO STUDIOS, at 115 19th Street. Miami Hea.h. inteudi to register aald name with the Cl.rk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ART NAYER, Sole Owner DAVID M OONSHAK Attorney for Applicant 7!M Biscay tie Bldg. 9/2-9-19-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CAMPUS CORNER, at 2599 West Flaaler Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM BROWN HELEN H BROWN HKNRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicants 2.'.IH West Hagler St. 8/26 — 9/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DAVY JONES SEAPOOD RESTAURANT, at 15*5 Sunset Drive. Coral Gables, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIMON RODIN 8/26 — 9/2-9-16 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jenisi> ncrtcUan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates .. Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-436 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 182388 CHESTER sr JOHN, Plaintiff, \ s ETHEL ST. JOHN in r. ndaol NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ETHEL ST. J. ui.\ 197] Buahwick Avenue Brooklyn, NewYork You are net etoj notifies 1 thai %  l plaint for Divorce has be en against \ou, and you are bereb) required to serve a cop "• I iur Answer to tini 'omplaint for [Mvo %  • %  on Plaintiff's atioi ni'), and fibi ne > Answer in tlie office of the Clark "f the circuit Court, on or before th* 16th day of September, 1955, mb, ,wine the allegation* or aald Cqmldalnt for Divorce will be t.l%.-ii confessed against you. Dated tins lKth day of August K l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ''in uit final report and petition for Final Discharge aAdmlnlstratoi .' the eatate of JAI'. B W. S1EGEI BO known as JACOII Unl.lSII:I;I:I.. also known a> I \S SIH> IKI. d. • 'I: and that nn lb. Pi dav ol September, m:..".. I will apply to the H • orahle County .ludges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of Haul tin..I report and for final discharge *Adiiunistiator of the I Mate .f JACOH W HlEUEL, also known as JACOB Wnl.K 81EGEL, also known as J. \v. 8IEGEL. deceased This 1R day of August, 1955. CARL W SIIUKL. As Aduiinlstratoi of the Estate of JACOB W. SIEGEL. also known as JACOH WOLP SIEGEL, also known an J. W SIK.IKL. Um-eased -MVKRS. HKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator S/1H-J6 — 9/2-9 A friend Is injured getting out of your cor Doei your automobile insurance pay hit medical hills? Pm me ei(wer to rhit, or mmy Arthur M. Kahn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT ItiiHiance Agency 998 S.W. First Street IRC TtAVElMS. Hertferrf 5



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    member 9. 1955 • Jewish fhrkUai wi price Grossman mention lated by Vets pal convention Rally id Saturday evening, ,t Veterans HaH. 1828 liami Beach. There wiU %  e-tr.i present for danc" auxiliary of Coral Gables regular business meetksday evening, Sept. 13, ibles Jewish Center. Men's Club Will Install Officers Al Gerstein will be installed president of the Men's Club of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Sunday evening, Sept. 11, at the Casablanca hotel. Maurice Grossman, former executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will be installing officer at this fifth annual affair. Others to assume office are Chares Hablow, vice president; William Feldman, secretary; Jack Stone, treasurer. Board of directors are Edward Becker, Jerry Baker, Herbert Felldan. Sam Cohen, Harry Schwartz. David Meltzer. Joseph Rutansky. Lou Stone, Low Slotnik. Irving Willis, William Weintraub, Hershey Glantz, Sam Will and Robert Schweitzer. Also to be installed are Herbert Feldan, sergean at-arms; Joseph Rutansky, delegate; Lou Stone, Abe Figatner and Herbert Feldan. refreshment committee; Charles Hablow, Sam Cohen and Harry Schwartz, membership committee; Lou Slotnik, blood bank; David Meltzer, Sick and Sunshine; Jerry Baker, Edward Becker and Sara Cohen, entertainment; Sam Kosstoff and Edward Becker, publicity; and Sam Cohen and Herbert Feldan, brunch committee. Rabbi Simon April will be principal speaker, and Cantor Berele Kelemer will present a musical program. PAGE 3 A Cantor Grossberg to Chant At Both tmeth Services Cantor Ben Grossberg will render the musical portions of the liturgy during High Holy Day services of Beth Emeth Congregation according to an announcement this week. Services will be held in the Elks Club bldg., 125th st., and the Canal, the announcement revealed. Selichot is Saturday evening at midnight. Rosh Hashona services open Saturday morning, Sept. 17. coordinator Carol Marks that beginning this : Bits on the fifth floor of fables V A Hospital will L | )f the telecart service. only patients on the could use this bedside Be telecart service is by JWV Auxiliary bven afternoons a week |tient> confined in bed ane tails. '. • Norman Bruce Brown luxiliary will meet on eveninc. Sept. 14 in 17th ave and Flagler auxiliary will meet at gler si. • frprise awards and are duo to be made tepartment of Florida. Is its first quarterly uida> morning, Sept. 11, Orthodox Rabbis Welcome Arrival of Rabbi Stern Members of the orthodox rabbinate last week welcomed the arrival here of Rabbi Tibor Stern with a party at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. Rabbi Stern has assumed the pulpit of Beth Jacob Congregation. Among those welcoming the newly arrived spiritual leader were Rabbis Jonah Caplan, Samuel Siegel, Joseph Rackovsky, S. T. Swirsky, Simon April, Alexander Gross, Sherwin Stauber and Arie Becker. Sailor to bo Speaker Joseph Havkins will be guest speaker of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at a luncheon meeting Tuesday noon, Sept. 13, in the Di Lido hotel. Havkins is an Israeli sailor currently on a one-man world tour in his 28-foot boat, the Lamerhak II. at the Biltmore Terrace hotel. West Miami Auxiliary will meet on Thursday evening. Sept. 15, at the West Miami city hall. Tower Tackle Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE.. MIAMI 1008 N.E. 10th AVE. FT. LAUDERALE Top Quality Merchandise at florida's iawtff Prlets FISHING TACKLE SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY "KNOWN f*0* COAST T0-C04ST" cnec -cio B. & J. SILVEIMAN Hebrew Book Store We Carry Wolozin Tails Zion Talis Co. Will Rayen Silk Ntw Ytor Cards Israeli Articles HEBREW and ENGLISH BOOKS FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS •42 WASHINGTON AVE., M. I. Phone JE 1-3227 | V % \ Judith Youngerman School of the


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