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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
Publisher:
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).
General Note:
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
jlume 30Number 28
Miami, Florida. Friday. July 13, 1956
Price 20
abs Attack Congress for Defending Rights of U.S. Citizens
IMES CHIEF CORRESPONDENT REPORTS-
(hrushchev Charged With Telling
stimulation of New Anti-Semitism
\ehind the Explosive Iron Curtain
NEW YORK (JTA)Nikita Khruschev, head of the Communist
rty in the Soviet Union, was charged Wednesday with being "person-
py connected" with the revived anti-Semitism now developing in
mtries behind the Iron Curtain. The charge was made in an article
[The New York Times written by C. L. Sulzberger, chief correspondent
the leading American newspaper. Cabling from London, Mr.
Ilzberger says:
"Ugly intimations of anti-Semitism, tolerated if not encouraged by
Communist regimes in power, i
again appearing in Eastern ^
prope. There are hints that Marx-
leaders, bewildered by thejfftff EUROPE COMMITTEE NOUS-
eat post-Stalin debate, are either
litting or encouraging a new
ireh for racial scapegoats to
Did blame for past or present
^logical confusion. And, ac-
rding to available evidence,
shchev IS personally connect-
with this unpleasant recurrence
racial prejudice.
J'When Khrushchev was prime
nister of. the Ukraine after
jrld War II, he issued regula-
ns barring Jews from important
pal positions. He was the first
emier of a Soviet republic to
Dhibit activity of Jewish the-
es, schools and publishing hous-
He forbade writing and acting
the Yiddish language and toler-
ed an anti-Semitic outbreak in
ev so serious that Stalin sent
NIKITA KHRUSHCHZV
. .' busy little bee
Continued on Pago 5 A
Prejudice Against Jews
Reported Rising in Poland
NEW YORK (JTA) Docu-
ments indicating the rise of anti-
Semitism in Poland were made
public here by the Free Europe
Committee parallel with the news
of the uprising in the Polish city
of Poznan. The committee re-
ported the following facts:
1. A great number of articles
on anti-Semitism are currently
appearing in Polish newspapers,
after the problem had been com-
>ASTS JEWS EVICTED FROM USSR
Ukita's Prescription: Patience;
Sees Arab Triumph Over Israel
LONDON (WNS>All the Arabs must do is to be patient, strong
id united and "all the results will be in their favor," Nikita S. Khru-
bhev, Soviet leader, declared in an interview appearing in the Cairo
ewspaper Al Ahram.
The Cairo newspaper quotes Khrusche* as having charged Israel
^ith "launching aggressve attacks" against the Arab countries and of
eing an "imperialist creation." Asked what the Soviet Union would
if Zionists settled on Soviet territory and then demanded a state of
lieir own, Khruschev was reported to have replied "we have thrown
|em out of our country."
He said Israel was trying to maintain a "state of tension" as a
deans to receiving Western aid and "that is why the Israelis keep
lunching aggressive attacks on Arab borders, regardless of the United
Nations or armistice agreements." At the same time Khruschev was
|uoted as having stressed that a war between Israel and the Arab
ates would mean a third world war.
pletely passed over in silence by
Polish Communist propaganda
for a period of 11 years. Some
of the articles give clear hints
that the sources of the recent
anti-Semitic events are being
sought within the party.
2. On May 26, 1956, holligans
attacked a synagogue in Lodz.
They entered the place of wor-
ship, removed the holy books,
tore them to pieces and scattered
them all over the synagogue and
( in the street outside.
3. Anti Jewish sentiment,
which did not exist at all in the
past, is developing now among
Polish youth. They seem to be-
lieve that Jews are competing
with them for a livelihood. In-
scriptions "Jews Go to Palestine"
have appeared on walls of houses
in the cities of Wroclaw and
Szczecin, each of which have sev-
eral thousand Jewish residents.
4. At a meeting of the central
Continued on Pago 2A
PROJECT SLATtD TO RESUME
JERUSALEM (JTA)A decision
by the Israel Government to re-
sume work on the Jordan River
hydroelectric project is expected
soon.
DISCRIMINATORY COUNTRIES NOT ELIMINATED FROM N.E.A. ITINERARY
Teacher Conference Fails to Ban Tour
PORTLAND, Ore. (JTA)A move to force the
' National Educational Assn. to withdraw sponsorship
of four world tours from which Jewish teachers were
banned because Arab countries which were included
on the itinerary refused to admit them on religious
ground, failed this week as the 94th annual conven-
tion of the largest and most important teachers'
group in the United States closed here.
The attempt to get the NEA to withdraw from
ithe tours came to naught when a New York State
[delegation requested that the convention resolutions
committee go on record as opposing sponsorship of
the discriminatory tours was ignored. However, the
resolutions committee promised to bring the matter
to the attention of the NEA board of directors in
the fall.
NEA sponsorship of the tours drew protests from
major Jewish and liberal groups since it was reveal-
ed that teachers applying for the tours which would
visit the Arab countries had been asked to bring
statements from clergymen to the effect that the
applicants were not Jewish.
Boyle Urges Zeineddine
Be Ousted from Country
WASHINGTON (JTA)American Sonators intorccding on behalf
of American Jows woro sharply attackod this week by Egypt in a
Cairo radio broadcast monitored hero.
The broadcast referred to the bipartisan resolution which was
introduced in the Senate calling on President Eisenhower to proclaim
the opposition of the U.S. Government to foreign discrimination
against American citizens on religious grounds. The resolution aims
to check Arab discrimination against American Jews, such as the
barring of American Jewish soldiers from an American air base in
Saudi Arabia.
The resolution, originally introduced by Senators Herbert H.
Lehman and William Langer, now has 19 co-sponsors. It was hailed
last weekend by leaders of non-Jewish groups as a "sorely needed"
step. These leaders called on the State Department to take "decisive
counter-action" against "the Nazi-like anti-Jewish measures of Saudi
Arabia."
A request that the Syrian Ambassador to the United States, Dr.
Farid Zeineddine, be ordered to leave the country was voiced on the
floor of the House by Rep. Charles A. Boyle, of Chicago, who charged
the Syrian diplomat with publicly denouncing American Jews at a
"university forum."
"I am sure that Mr. John Foster Dulles does not permit members
of the American foreign service to insult segments of the population
of lands in which they are representatives," Rep. Boyle told the House.
"Mr. Zeineddine should be asked to apologize publicly. If he should
refuse, Mr. Zeineddine should be declared persona non grata by the
State Department and asked to leave our land."
+ -
FLOUNDERING' RAPPED BY LEGISLATORS
Sen. Langer Says Policy Encourages
'Sitting on Our Hands' in Mideast
WASHINGTON (JTA)Criticism against the American policy
in the Middle East continued in both Houses of Congress with the
State Department being accused of "floundering" on the Arab-Israel
issue.
Sen. William Langer, Republican, said that while Egypt aims to
smash Israel with all the Soviet weapons it commands, the State'
Department is "sitting on our hands." In the House, Rep; T. James
Tumulty, Democrat, urged a change in the Administration's policy
of refusing to sell arms to Israel.


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This young Israeli farmer examines a new crop of vegetables
grown on the Cedar Valley Plantation, near Jerusalem, which
receives financial assistance from State of Israel Development
Bond proceeds. Formerly a grower of giant cedar trees ex-
clusively, the plantation now also produces such vegetable
crops as spinach, kale, cabbage and lettuce.


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Friday, July 13. 195S
Two Miami Girls Get Scholarships
Marsha Lazar and Phyllis Doshay, red on the basis of leadership abiU
two Miami girls, were among 16 | ity and potential service to Hadas-
members of Junior Hadassah wholsah, parent organization,
departed for Israel last week via
El Al Airlines to attend the Sum-
!mer Institute sponsored by the
I Jewish Agency.
The young women, ranging in
age from 17 to 21 and coming from
all parts of the United States, re-
ceived special scholarships from
Junior Hadassah to enable them ta
make the two-month trip.
Marsha and Phyllis were select-
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*, Jev/ish sculptor Rene Shapshak, whose
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'. of Israeli scenes and landmarks have won
him great acclaim from critics, is here seen
putting finishing touches to bust of Harry S.
Truman which he completed during the
latter's recent visit to New York. Bust will
stand in Hall of Fame of Ben -Yehudah Na-
tional Hebrew Museum in Jerusalem.
Prejudice Against Jews Reported Rising Sharply in Poland
Continued from Page 1 A
^committee of the Communist
"party on March 20. 1956
which took place after the
funeral of Boleslaw Beirut,
chief of the Poli-h Commu-
nist party Nikita Khrush-
chev is reported to have
.said: "You have too many
Abramovitches here." His
state-merit brought a protest
Irom a leading member of
the Polish Communist party.
.". A group of Jewish emigrants
who arrived in Geneva from
Poland on June 3, 1956, re-
ported: "The most impor-
tant reasons behind the de-
cision of those previously
hesitant about emigration to
Israel is the anti-Semitism
which in recent months has
greatly grown in strength in
FBI Agent Will
Address Group
Singles Ltd., a new organization
of unmarried men and women be-
tween the ages of 25 and 45, will
meet Sunday evening at the Alca-
zar hotel roof.
Principal speaker will be Frank
F. Meech, special agent for the
Federal Bureau of Investigation in
Miami. Meech will discuss the
work of the FBI and show a film.
Poland. This anti-Semitism
always existed among the
masses, but the regime and
the party knew nothing
about it officially. Now this
anti-Semitism comes from
above and is an echo of what
is happening in Russia."
The new wave of anti-Semitism
in Poland appears directly trace-
able, according to the Free Eur-
ope Committee, to Khrushchev,
who did not include in his con-
demnation of the Stalin cult at
the 20th Congress of the Soviet
Communist party any reference
to Stalin's anti-Semitic actions
and views. The New York Daily-
Worker, American Communist or-
gan, called attention to this in
its June 6, 1956 issue, pointing
out that as of that date "this
series of outrages" had not been
publicized in Moscow.
There are today about 50,000
Jews in Poland. However, this
figure does not include a large
number who conceal their Jew-
ish identity or continue to live
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lew Speed Service
Businessmen in the Greater Mia-
li postal delivery area were noti-'
bed recently by postmaster Sam
Falliere that a new system of
handling their mail in order to
jive them faster service is now in
Bffect.
Collection boxes located in busi-
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{each, Coconut Grove, Coral Ga-
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surfside and West Miami have
een designated as speed pack
axes and are identified by a yel-
low strip pasted to the front of
the box bearing the legend, "for
speed pack service deposit mail
efore 1:30 p.m."
Firms are urged to deposit dur-
ig the lunch period all mail that
Is ready for dispatch. By so
sing, they will gain as much as a
lay in the delivery of their mail
to the cities on the West Coast of
Tlorida and the large cities in the
forth," Valliere said.
Mailers using this service are
asked to separate their local from
out-of-town mail and use identify-
ng labels, which are obtainable
from the post office without
charge. The use of the labels, one
eading, "All for Local Delivery,"
md the other reading, "All for
)ut-of-Tcwn Delivery," are recom-
nended for those concerns that
lave ten or more pieces of either
category, and should be used for
the final mailing of the day.
Supplies of these labels may be
Bbtained by calling the Miami
post office, 9-5431, ext. 38. They
kill be sent without obligation,
falliere explained.
Postmaster Valliere cautioned
all users of the speed pack service
to be certain their mail was de-
Dsited only in collection boxes
earing the yellow speed pack
abel. '
Students of the kindergarten department of Beth El Hebrew
Academy recently graduated include (left to right) Mark
Fleisher, -Steven Rozyness, S
Former Miamian
Named to Post
Walter Fall has been elected
vice president of the Men's club of
the Temple in Ashville, N.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Fall were Miami
residents for over 25 years. He is
a past president of the Miami
Fashion Council.
The Falls are now making their
home in Arden, N.C.
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ticello Park Congregation. Site is
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Westview Expands
Golfing Facilities
Westview country club is pro-
ceeding with plans to develop the
"back nine" of its sporty course
out on NW 119th st.
Aaron Reder, chairman of the
greens committee, announced that
the preliminary layout has been
completed for the additional nine
holes which will be constructed on
property owned by the club on the
south side of NW 119th st.
"The original nine holes con-
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same street have been in play for
the past six years, and the success
of the club in general and the vol-
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Friday, July 13, 1956___________
Iron Curtain Anti-Semitism the Result of New Soviet Policy
Reports from behind the Iron Curtain are
becoming increasingly troublesome as the
days go by. Jews in these Soviet-dominated
areas are beina subjected to an advancing
proaram of anti-Semitism that can easilv bring
back to Europe the nightmare of Hitlerian
crimes against humanity.
The most significant thing about this anti-
Semitism, observers aaree, is that it is due in
the main to Russian policy.
Historically, Russian and Polish anti-Semit-
ism ranked with the most severe forms of lew
hatred to be found anywhere on earth. Com-
munists will be guick to remind anvone qullible
encuqh to listen to thpm that the 1917 Russian
revolution changed all of that. They will point
out that the new reqime of the Soviet Socialist
Republics made anti-Semitism a crime punish-
able by law.
This may be so, but it proves the sham of
Soviet "democracv." For anti-Semitism is now
being encouraaed by Russian leaders. Civil
liberty that shifts with political and military am-
New York Delegation Fails
A brave New York State delegation of
teachers tried to do a noteworthy thing at the
National Education Assn. convention meeting
in Portland, Ore., last week.
Important to them was the fact that the asso-
ciation, which sponsors summer tours abroad
for teachers, cared little or nothinq about four
such tours throuqh Arab countries denying
par'icipation to Jewish teachers.
Unfortunately, the New York delegates were
not heeded in their effort to eliminate the dis-
criminatory Arab nations from the association's
itinerary. It is especially important because
teachers, who are trusted with the inculcation
of democratic principles in our youth, failed to
grcsp the enormity of the situation.
By submitting to the Arab blacklist, these
teachers are in effect saying that there is noth-
ing wrong in a foreign nation's decision to dis-
criminate aqainst some American citizens on
the basis of religious affiliation. They are also
assisting the plans of bigots at home, who seek
to advance similar discriminatory practices.
But the National Education Assn. is perhaps
not the chief culprit in the affair. Our State
Department continues to knuckle under to the
latest Arab plot to discredit Jews here and
abroad. Had a firm position been taken by the
Department a long time agohad the Depart-
ment reaffirmed our government's belief that
all U.S. citizens are subject to the same laws,
as well as privileges, of American democracy
the brazen nature of the Arab leaders
would never have shown itself as it does today.
The fruit of appeasement is certainly bitter.
Once tolerated, the brazen Arabs will become
nastier and nastier, testing the lengths to which
we are prepared to go in order to keep their
"friendship."
bition is the first key to tyranny. No less a
respected foreiqn correspondent than C. L.
Sulzberger, of The New York Times, reports
from London this week that Nikita Khrushchev
is principally to blame for unleashing old Rus-
sian and Polish fulmination against the Jews.
It would be a superficial observation to
deduce that this latest turn in policy is the re-
sult of Russian efforts to consolidate their gains
with the Arab nations. The Soviet needs no
consolidation in the Near East. Every step taken
by our State Department to "assure" continuing
U.S. "friendship" with the Arabs at the expense
of Israel guarantees Russian entrenchment in
this trouble spot.
We believe the latest wave of Russian anti-
Semitism is proof of the Kremlin's trust in Com-
munism's future. Khrushchev and the other
Soviet leaders no longer feel they must prove
themselves to the rest of the world, and they
are encouraging the Russians to express their
anti-Semitic feeling in the same manner as
would any tyrant government.
The result of this "new" policy may well be-
an emerging monolithic Soviet state patterned
along the lines of Czarist Russia, with the dan-
gerous difference that an ambitious industrial
and military Communist hierarchy rules in-
stead of an indolent, backward aristocracy.
All of which means that the West must re-
double its efforts to remain on guard against
continuing Soviet sweet talk. Throughout his-
tory, an active campaign against Jews has
always foreshadowed a nation's drum-beating.
For the Jews of the free world it must mean re-
newed efforts to keep the doors of Israel open
but more, to keep Israel assured of its future.
They May Resume Project
Israel's new Foreign Minister Golda Myerson
told a press conference this week that her gov-
ernment intends resuming work on the con-
tested B'not Yaakov project in the near future.
The water development plan is on the Jordan
river, and the Arabs have been maintaining
that Israel has no right to work there because
it also affects her territories.
But the Jewish State feels the need for de-
velopment in every nook and cranny of her
tiny domain in order to achieve maximum ef-
ficiency of Israel's available facilities. It is
clear that the Arabs have blocked the project
for this if for no other reason.
A subject of dispute for several years, the
announcement is perhaps the first evidence of
what observers feel will be the new "tougher
policy" shaped by Ben Gurion now that Mr.
Sharett is deposed.
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The Flimsiest Excuse Yet
Our government is still firm in its policy not
to sell arms to Israel despite the fact that the
Arab nations are enriching their military stores
through purchases from the Communists.
For a long time. State Department explana-
tions of this policy revolved about the fact that
the U.S. does not want to encourage an arms
race in the Near,East.
This week. Department spokesmen came up
with a novel twist. The latest explanation is
that we don't want to submit to Israeli requests
for purchase of American arms because our
government feels that the requests are not the
result of Israeli need but of Israel's efforts to
"test" American friendship.
Since American friendship is beinq tested
every day by countries abroad many of them
traditional enemies of democracyit seems
contrary to our spirit of concern for the little
fellow to make a stand in the case of Israel with
such filmsy excuses and to flex our muscles
there to the amusement of the Arab world.
SINCE IT'S summer time, I guess everything Just naturally takes a
topsy-turvy stance. I recall in the veiled beginnings of the
Eisenhower Administration that the President was much photograph-
ed in a variety of super-sportsman poses. More recently, there were
telephoto shots of hima speck by comparison with the happier golf
course portraits taken through 1000 mm. lenses, sitting in his
hospital room.
For a brief moment, as it were, he appeared on television again to
give a full picture of himself to the nation and to make a major de-
cisionthat he would run for another term despite his September,
1955 heart attack. Then, the long view returned, with the President
increasingly beginning to look to us all like an image seen through
the wrong side of a telescope. Since his ileitis, Mr. Eisenhower has
disappeared.
Presidents James Hagerty and Sherman Adams are, however,
doing a fair jobwhat with the former, especially, peeking at fre-
quent intervals through our television tubes to assure the American
people Jbatthe man presumably occupying the White House has made
no decision with regard to whether he will or will not run for a second
term. Of this we can be certain: a decision, in this instance, will
be made.
All of which, in this light summer session of my thinking, re-
minds me of a newly-published book, "Eisenhower: The Inside Story,"
by Robert J. Donovan. What makes the book fascinating is that the
material for it has come on a semi-official basis from the White House
itself. What makes it necessary reading is that it has infuriated
Congress.
Donovan is a New York Herald Tribune correspondent in Wash-
ington, who has had exclusive access to minutes of Cabinet proceed-
ings and other behind-the-scenes sessions. Few members of Congress
have had similar .advantage, which apparently indicates that most of
them are rather in the dark on the matter of highest echelon activity.

DtTACMD FANTASY WITHOUT SIGNIFICANT PARAUH
BUT THE sad thing is this Donovan revelation: that the President,
like many Congressmen, is also in the dark. Principal subject
of discussion during a Cabinet meeting May 20, 1955, for example, was
the Upper Colorado River. "The President cut through this talk,"
Donovan writes, "to ask what was the Administration doing to
get legislation through Congress." Here is detached fantasy ol a kind
that cannot be found in the best Gothic tales of Wilkie Collins or
Isaak Dinesen.
Mr. Dulles, no less than others, is also contributing his bit these
days to the levity of the summer season. A propagandist by nature,
he has given over the duties of Secretary of State to lesser men like
Herbert Hoover, Jr., and is now devoting his full time to prognosti-
cating the impending doom of the Soviet world.
And, as if to bear him out, there were the riots in Poland, and
the Hungarians themselves announced last week that Hungary would
no longer be a docile Moscow satellite. Exhausted by his predictions,
Mr. Dulles ran off on vacation. No sooner did he leave Washington,
then reports began trickling through to the West from Warsaw on
the sharp revival of anti-Semitism there.
When the State Secretary returnshe is to spend the weekend
watching sailboat raceshe will have a heap of explaining to do.
Item: The apparent decline in Soviet prestige is no decline at all but
a cynical growth of Moscow's confidence in the success of its tyranny.
When the Russians repress Ivan Ivanovich, they demonstrate the
tenuous nature of their rule; when the Russians permit him to
"revolt," only to crush him a day later, they are triumphantly telling
the world that Ivan's dim vast vale of tears is characteristic of his
"freedom"which they are quite capable of controlling with or
without the pathetic intersesson of British Socialist MP's.

TIMPORAKY RUItf-THl TUESCOPt'S OUT OF TOWN
ITEM: HUNGARIAN expressions of "independence'' can mean noth-
ing. Prodigal son Tito is now back in th fold despite the fact that
State Department officials still don't believe ft and are asking him for
"clarification" of his position. (That old telescope with the insfde-out
view was apparently trained on Tito's state visit to Moscow.)
Item: The revival of anti-Semitism in Poland, like in Russia, indi-
cates more clearly than anything else the essentially retrograde
nature of Communism. Ivan's freedom to hate the Jews is one more
step in the general Russian advance to the rear of his freedom vocally
to hate his leaders. When Ivan was forced to repress his hatreds, he
"was knuckling under to a new social order, which pretended to human
equality. His right to hate returned, Ivan feels more secure in his
past and, in turn, strengthens the future security of a'regime no
different from its predecessor.
But Mr. Dulles may, afterall, have less explaining to do than I
had imagined in my lax thinking of this summer season. Mr. Nixon,
on a good will world tour, stopped off late last week from his most
recent Miami port of call to visit Chiang Kai-shek and to deliver to
the) Chinese leaderif no leader of a significant number of Chinese-
greetings from the American people. Then, off he hopped to India
to warn host Nehru he'd better mend his ways with respect to Russia.
In effect, Nixon told Nehru to get off the fence. Neutralism, he said,
with the aura of Chiang's blessings still pervading his soul, means
doom.
. Since Nehru cares even less for the fading memory of Chiang
Kai-shek than he does for U.S. threats launched against his individual-
ism, he did not take kindly to Mr. Nixon's good will tour. Afterall,
only we in America are liberal enough to permit foreign emissaries
especially when they are Arabsto say unkind things about some of
our citizens or our government; It was thus clearly apparent that all
I?8. a.lrt,ras b^en since the veiled Winnings of the Administration
that the Vice President had taken the inside-out telescope along with
him on his tour. This in mind, Mr. Dulles may stand at ease for
the moment.
***** *!
OUT Of THAK THfM wtRE FOUA-NfW OPTICS
yHEN THERE is the matter of a resignationMoshe Sharett's. Now
that he's gone, the Jordanians have taken to suffering from hal-
lucinations. For example, there was the matter last week of mass
Israel Army movement along the border. In this regard, I can not
unfortunatelyblame a telescope with an Arab vie_w.
The Dag Hammarskjold report urged "a mutually acceptable peace"
in the Near East. The Arabs, unimpressed, turned to their new
Russian allies for support. The Hammarskjold recommendations
squelched, Mr. Sharett and his "moderation" were deposed.
Now, when Mr. Dulles, speaking through the President, virtually
scrapped the Tripartite Declaration and originally threw the Palestine
question Into the lap of the UN, he suggested the Secretary General's
Continued on Pag*). 8 A
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Khrushchev Charged With Stimulating New Anti-Semitism
Continued from Pago 1 A
Malenkov to investigate.
"Khrushchev and Suslov are re-
[puted to be the leaders of an anti-
i Semitic group within the present
[ Moscow Praesidium. Last March,
when Soviet leaders attended a
[6tate funeral in Warsaw for the
late President of Poland, Beirut,
Khrushchev made several indis-
creet observations that tended to
confirm his reputation for preju-
dice. He was heard to remark:
'Even a second-rate Kowalski (a
jtypically Polish name) is more use-
ful than a first-rate Rosenblum (a
; typically Jewish name).' During a
^meeting of the Polish Communist
Central Committee he observed:
'You have too many Abrahamo-
vitches here,' Mr. Sulzberger re-
ports.
Pointing out that the two princi-
pal Warsaw bosses now are Mar-
shal Rokossovsky and Ochab, who
succeeded Bierut, Mr. Sulzberger
writes: "Rokossovsky has a repu-
tation in the army for anti-Semi-
tism and is held responsible for
dismissing several hundred Jew-
ish officers. Ochab is a table-
thumping militant and Khrushchev
nominee. One of his first moves
after gaining power was to fire
Jakub Berman, detested party the-
orist and a Jew.
The Times correspondent quotes
Jewish refugees from Poland re-
porting: "Anti-Semitism always ex-
feted among the masses. Now it ,
conies from above. It is an echo
of what is happening in Russia- ,
It is said that Khrushchev is more
prejudiced even than Stalin. In
the Ukraine anti-Semitism is be-
coming increasingly intense."
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Britain Stirred by Israel's Views on Arms to Middle East
LONDON (ITA)The "battle of arguments" between British For-, French Ouragans, the document es-
eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath over tablished. With the exception o
the former's assertion that the balance of arms in the Middle East still the Mysteres, the other jet types
favors Israel is attracting serious attention in the British press this i a
week following a press conference by the Israel Ambassador last
weekend at which he outlined Israel's views on Secretary Lloyd's
statement. .
The Ambassador stressed the fact that Israel is gravely concerned
over Mr. Lloyd's statement. It sees i
in the statement a confirmation of (
the situation wherein Britain is j
enabled not to carry out one of the j
most important parts of the Tri-
partite Declarationthat relating ;
to the maintenance of the balance i
of armed strength. This was not
only of concern to Israel per se,
Mr. Elath explained, but also be-1
cause of its relation to other parts
of the Declaration, such as that
promising assistance in case of at- j
tack.
Israel's armaments, Mr. Elath
stressed, were no secret to the
Arabs and Mr. Lloyd's assertion
that the balance was in her favor
would indicate to them that Britain
had no interest in the safety of the
Jewish State and would encourage
them to seek more Western arms.
Ambassador Elath added that Is-
rael's requests for arms from the
Western Powers were, in fact, aim- d g hQ8 faeen
ed at obtaining for Israel the mini- j u l
mum of arms supplies that would
enable the Government of Israel to
feel that the absolute minimum se-
curity needs of Israel were safe-
guarded in the face of the rapid
progress of arms supp'ies to Arab
Ilyushins supplied Egypt. By way
of bomber forces, Israel has noth-
ing more modern than the Mos-
quito fighter bomber which the
RAF has just discarded as being
out of date, the document showed.
Egypt has purchased two de-
stroyers from Britain over and
above the destroyer type frigates
already acquired. From Eastern
Europe Egypt obtained two de-
stroyers. There are also persistent
rumors that, in addition, the Egyp-
tians have received submarines.
Israel obtained two destroyers
from Britain, similar to those sold
Egypt, and a number of light naval
anti-aircraft guns.
Syria is also obtaining arms
from Czechoslovakia which, accord-
ing to reliable information quoted
by the Embassy, includes 50 light
tanks of a German model, fifty
heavy Stalin tanks, twenty-five MIG
fighters, fifty pieces of heavy ar-
tillery and one hundred armored
vehicles. Apart from these arms
deals between Egypt, Syria and
Czechoslovakia, shipments of heavy
arms have gone to Iraq from Brit-
aain under the Baghdad Pact. Saudi
Arabia has received Western tanks
and it appears also to have received
certain equipment from Eastern
Europe through Egypt, the Israel
Embassy stressed.
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while representing an
minimum from the point of view
of Israel's security, would not. in
fact, come anywhere near restor-
ing fully the balance of arms in the
reelected president of Hapoel
Hamizrachi of America. Elec-
tion came at 33rd annual con-
vention of the organization last
week in Fallsburg, N.Y. Over
500 delegates representing 40,-
supplies,;0oo religious labor Zionists
"^j throughout the U.S. authorized
the executive board to negoti-
ate with Mizrachi on conditions
for effecting a unified move-
Middle East, he pointed out. | rnent._________________________
The Ambassador indicated that j"
to date most of the items in the match the Soviet Ilyushin bombers,
lists submitted by Israel to the anti-aircraft equipment and even,
Western Powers have been refus- over the past twelve months, light-
ed. Britain has maintained her ly armored vehicles in the form
refusal to provide Israel with even of half-tracks,
a single Centurion tank to match. The arguments advanced by the
those sent to Egypt and has re-'iIsraei Ambassador at his press con-
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fused to provide her with other
major items including a small
number of Canberra bombers to
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Speaker was Dr. Robert C. Beyer,
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Among Debs B'nai B'rith Girls, with their guests, at recent
annual formal held in Hillel House on the University of Miami
campus are Sonny Barchan, Bobbe Bermann, Loretta Bern-,
stein, Betty arnett, Diane Cohen. Sharon Diamond, Judy Dub-
ler, Geralyn Faber, Rikki Feldan. Rissie Friedman, Linda
Frank, Barbara Beiley, Stephie Gladstone, Renee Geyer,
Frances Lazarus, Reshe Levitt, Judy Lefcoe, Gail Katz, Tootsie
Kriesel. Betty Kopstein, Judy Migden, Mickey Mandler, Hazel
Miller, Adele Mosk, Mauriel Naurison, Marcia Nurenberg,
Jackie Paddor, Sharon Press, Donnie Dubbin, Bobbie Rand,
Linda Rovin, Madeline Stone, Roberta Schwartz, Carol Meyer.
Carol Stone, Sifra Serott, Phyllis Feldman, Rita Lapen, Verna
Sodikoff, Nancy Schwartz and Cynthia Bott.
citing Summer Activities Highlight
Programs of Four GMJCC Day Camps
rial trips, daily swimming,
ath parties and a gala carnival
lighted the first weeks of the
day camps sponsored by the
Crater Miami Jewish Community
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of six to 12.
the Beach Branch, Camp
lorn held a carnival Sunday aft-
on. Mrs. Solomon Kann, chair-
of the camp carnival commit-
and a host of volunteer work-
inounced that carnival booths
manned by children of the
camp. In the weeks prior to
carnival, special trips were
to a local newspaper plant,
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swimming in a pool is also a
part of the agenda of Camp Shol
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At the Town Branch's Camp
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swimming, have been part of the
program. Inter-camp competition
with Flagler-Granada's Camp Kadi-
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out on top. The older boys' group
also participated in an overnight
hike at GreynoldS Park. Mrs. Mil-
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to a study of folk-lore of the Am-
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headdress, musical instruments
and other material constructed in
the crafts classes. Campers partici-
pated .in two special inter-camps
eventsa softball and volleyball
contest with Camp Sholom and a
swimming meet with Camp Kadi-
mah.
At Flagler-Granada,. Camp Kadi-
mah has featured a number of
trips, especially for younger
groups, to Crandon Park and the
zoo. Highlighting the past two
weeks were a Sabbath party and a
talent show. Camp Kadimah de-
feated Camp Ma-Ka-Bee in softball,
and also defeated the junior and
intermediate boys' groups, as well
as the senior girls, in kickball.
The four camps sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center are part of the summer pro-
gram of GMJCC, which is a benefi-
ciary agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The first four-
week period of camp ends Friday.
There are a few limited openings
available for the second four week
period commencing Monday.
In charge of information are
these camp directors: Town
Branch, David Eskenazi; Beach
Branch, Arnold Piskin; Flagler-
Granada, Harry Shamis; and North
Dade, Leonard Romney. Program
is coordinated by Emanuel Tropp,
assistant director, and Efraim H.
Gale, executive director of GMJCC.
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Library Suggests
Summer Reading
Exploration" li being toaturcd.
essays
'''-Summer Is tin; vacation MSOJ,
?ul^ Library. 4J whether w
[ravel or Btay at tome, what w
- .. v want is cbanga ol view.
adin San ideal way to brtog
Sou that changed viewpoint
That', why we're recommending
Slimmer getUng out of ti^at
downlo-earth lounge chafr and
SJup in an exhilarating balloon
o ffimat.ve reading. It will give I
youreai refreshment that come,
from a wider view."
The Miami Public Library and.
Its branches have a great vanetj
of interesting and exciting books
ideal tor summer reading. Main
ibrary is open Monday through
Fridav from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and
Saturday from 9 am. to 6 p.m.
Professional Frat
Chooses Connor
Officers and directors of the
Greater Miami Professional
Alumni chapter of Alpha S
Delta, national professional adver-
tising fraternity, were elected for
the coming year at a meeting held
in Miami recently. New officers
and directors took office last week.
cted were Robert L Connor,
president: Louis G. Jacobs,
vie, Toppan.
ond vice president: Jerrj Sabers,
secretary; and Robert S Hui
treasurer.
-! L FO!
was elected chairman ol the bi
0| directors i directors
Earl J. Mason. Jack C.....ar, H
v, harles Whitebrook and
1.. I. Zimmerman.
II, chapter meets mice I
month and has as its mail
tive helping the student men
oi ASD at the University ol Miami
| ridge the gap between c
and business life.
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chapters embark for their ecerd dishg^c ^^
sonville. N.C. Shown are, Jackn^or,JI Y ^^ ^^
Dubbin, Betty Kopstein. Hel MHe* no b,um> Susan
Mothers Formulate Plans
for Big fund Drive
Ita Phi Epsilon Mothers club
of Kappa chapter at the L'niveraitj
oi Florida met Wednesdaj noon at,
the Roney Plaza hotel.
Flan- were formulated for the
up's fall fund raising project,
as well as for a mother-daughter
luncheon prior to the girls' return
in September to the IT campus at
Gainesville.
Holiwn Cindy Siegel. Judy Lafcoe. Barbara Foosanet,!
>haS Crorner Doug Shwartz. Warren Binder. Mark Schtfi
Sner Stanley Winokur. Arthur Pumh, Ben Siegel. Dan fc
frowsky stve Schwartz and advi. M. Belle Herman.
a M^Beas Feldin. lerry Carver in Ditnct 5 director^'
Letters to the Editor
organize, so that when that .
I comes, more of us will live togj
another day, to feel the warmth g]
the sun. the wind on our faces. at|j
; to see our loved ones again: tj
e\en the leaders are getting j|
couraged with the lack of re*,
They feel, perhaps, in the
Roncy, our people will rally a>a
the old days, but now time is i
the essenceno longer are mt
have time; the worlds bound
no longer existmiles are no
gar measured in time distance.
Thing will come without warnn.
We must be ready yesterday;
day is too late.
Heed the call-join the CM
Defense group where \ou can
serve, but join now.
PHILIP BLOWS. Plfl
Zone I, Dade County
Auxiliary Police
Editor, The JewUh Floridian:
On .lulv 4 I listened to a very
Qowery speech on our forefathers
doings al Lexington, and the nng-
I life, liberty and the Pur-
suit of Happiness' i- still in my
ean, How little thought are we
giving to our life in the near fu-
ture- What chances fr existence,
bow much pursuit of happiness can
we look forward lO when our
Known enemies have leaders who,
deny the existence of a Supreme
Being and know no (lod?
What preparation have we made
for the very young, the aged and1
the sick t" survive the holocau '
that is sure to come for the first
tune here at BOOM? HOW C
, people shrug away the night
mare; how blind can we be thai we
will not -co the light? Can we
wish awaj the mreneaa of that cer-
day, the Inevitable! How can
we awaken the sleepii the
blind open thi ir eyes What has
happened to our love ol family that
seems u> have left nai
J he leaders ol our nation have
ashed bi to prepare ourselves, to
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Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman Sam I. Heiman
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party honoring CIA volunteers at Fontainebleau hotel recent-
ly. Shown presenting Herman with a gift from co-workers is
John Serbia, chairman oi the Business and Professions Divi-
sion. More than 300 workers attended.
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eiMon was made by the Bin Three
But when Dag Hammarskjold returned, the Bin Three suddenly
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the U.S. Ambassador to Egypt swore up and down he had locked
with his own little key. Mr. Ben-Gurion apparently felt that it the
State Department could use inside-out telescopes, so could he. All of
which completes the circle quite neatly in my summer letbarny
Except: How did three become four'' I'd better get at some of
these Washington super special optic equations. Where's my telescope?
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JGIOUS DIRECTORY
TM ISRAEL. 7*01 Cerlyle
Mb RaMsi Isaac Sver.
,m. Sutunlay R:10 a.m. SVr-
nrkly Portion." Tisha, B'Av
CJO p.in. Reading- of "Book
ttlona."

EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

)AVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ava.
live. Rabbi Yaekov Rosen
litor William W. Lipson.
p.m. OiieHt apeaker: Hen-
Srns, of The Miami Herald.
f'A merit-mi Jewry and Ia-
EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Or-
tabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
>r Lou it Gartanhaut-
a
IMETH. 12201 NW 17th
5RAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
kCOB. 301-311 Washing-
I Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
tor Maurice Mimthti.
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kPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
lox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
*
MLAH. 935 Euclid ava.
'Rabbi Joseph E. Rsckov-
GABLES CENTER. 320
ra. Libaral. Rabbi Morris
Itor Irving Robinson.

R-GRANADA. 50 NW
lenservative. Rabbi Lao
lm. Saturday 9 a.m. Akin-
will officiate In the au-
>hl>i Helm.
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ACADEMY. 911 6th
M. Rabbi Alaxandar
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CANDLEUGHTING Tim
Ab 5 1:55 jun.
>.m. Haturday 9 a_m. 8er-
lly Portion." Mlncha 6:15
KAMI SPRINGS. 951
ray. Conservative. Rab-
covaky.
a
1A0 CENTER. 183 NE
Stood. Conservative.
officiates.
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IOOD BETH SHOLEM.
St., Hollywood. Con-
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ROOFING AND
METAL WORKS
laa AVI. Ph. Nl 6-5860
roof repaired row; you
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factory Work by
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Offering
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THI VERY SEST
SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
[Murray I. Pinks
Managing
rv-"-tor
i^t-
sarvativa. Rabbi Samuel Larar.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk at., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Hailbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3191 SW
24th tar. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Friday 6:30 p.m' Sutuni^y 11:30 a.m.
Min. hii 6 p.m., followed by Shnlox
Beudoa.
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LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1801 S. Andrews ava.. Ft. Laudar-
dala. Raform. Rabbi Mariua Ran-
son.
KNESETH ISRAEL. *1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan. Cantor Abraham Saif.
IYI Sermon: "Construction and Destruc-
tion."

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at.
and Nl 11th ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Larar.
Friday :1T. tsoafa at Oner Shabhat
Ml and Mrw. Raymond lin .-nfii-ld
Katurday 9 a.m. Tlsha li'Av Monday
:1S p.m.
e e
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dlxia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Hanry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Nau.
Friday 8:U p.m. Rermon: "Why Wan
the Temple Deatreyed?" Saturday 9
a.m. Tlxha ll'Av Monday at aundown.

NORTH SHORE .CENTER. 620
75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
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SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Raform.
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SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab
i bi Abraham Lavitan.
Friday 6:30 p.m Bermon: "Efficacy
of Prayer." < nea: Shnbbut H:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a in. Sermon: "The Ninth
1 mi of Av."
e e e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chasa ava. Libaral. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Saturday 10:45 a.m.
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+JmMtnkr*Msn
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Washington ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lahrman.
Friday p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Dally
nervlcea 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
e e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Raform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Friday 8:11 p.m. nr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan. Temple larael rabbi emcrttun, of-
ficiate*. Sermon: "Kthii-a of the
Pothers."
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TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Ra-
form.
TEMPLE ZION.
at. Conservative.
Waxman.
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TIPERETH ISRAEL.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfrad
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Friday :30 p.m. Bermon: "Poet and
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and Mrs. Murray Tropes Saturday 9
a.m. Hermon "The Voice of l>aiah."
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ava. American Judaism. Rabbi
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Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
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"Conglomeration of congratula-
tions" was on the program of the
July II meeting of Beth Emeth
Sisterhood in the Oval room of
Maisel's restaurant. A tentative
schedule of events prepared by the
executive planning board was dis-
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prepared the program. Mrs. Nor-
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-mat* of the tary <* St** Dulles wit*
Bepa* the Beraaaotte plan, cited l-S
economic asd to Israel, aad sug-
gested that Dalles
it that Israel cot an
>ufc Western nations.
J to be Bat Mr Kauens
not av challenged by others
fcat the I cited States
of the share responsibility by selling at
at. ooe feast a small quantity of jet
w that place* or similar modern anas
aikwa- | irael
A Cain broadcast of Jaae 9
came to the attention of soaae
Republican critics of Dalles'
>.\f attitude The Egyptian
Service ^aid 'Whether America
- pUnes and arms to braei
directly or deinrers these piaaes
a France aad Cana-
da, our view toward America
would not change "
The meeting was addressed by
a Jei>h Republican official m
the field of foreign affairs. Be
said that in considering
Department policy the
should be asked if action ts
effect.\e!y calculated to
rid War IH He posed a
- in t^ txw of whether IS. arms suav
?4 aspect ec **; m*ht set off a
orld coonagration Carreat pnt-
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. I- i 'nuntV, Itarlda. for
Hi id final report anil fur
aa Administrator of
' WII.MA B. BECK, de-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t>> engage In'
business undei the fictitious name i.f
LIDO OPTIC \i. CO (not Inc.). at 6.9
lltrd Bt., North Miami. Plot id...
Intends to reglstei Mid name with the
Cl.ik of Hi. Circuit Court of Dade
Count v. Florida.
MM, M'SSI'.AIM. Sole Owni-r
7/6-13-?0-J7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
flrtltlouK na-ne of
APPROVED BRIDGE PRODUCTS, at
r10 Cadi ma Avenue, Coral Onbles,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the cierk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
BOLOMAN BALSAM, Sole Owner
6/22-29 f/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bUMtnesa under the fictitious name "'
SIDEWALK IIAR & CAFE, at 1613
N.W. 54th Street, Intends to register
MM name with the Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
CARMEN BEOHIN, Sole Owner
KESSLER A OARS
Attorney! for Applicant
1782 W. FlaKler St.
7/-13-.'u
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, fleshing to engage In
business under the fictit'oiin name of
,HARAL REALTY CO. (Not Inc ), at
:in Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register Mild name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, norlda
MAIA'IN EXOLANDER
HARRY PLISSNER
Kl.l (JlAIN
6/22-2* 7/6-12
^L

v of July, 195*.
HOIX>MON
band, Miami lieach, Kla.
Administrator.
|8/;i -____________________
v Publication
icuw court of the
judicial circuit of
in and for dadf
CHANCERY, No. 1fti5 fPOLL.MANN, Plaintiff.
)LLM\N. Defendant.
FOR DIVORCE
POLLMANN
i>r I >o ns Race Track
In County near
Iti, Ohio
Pirby notified that a Bill
^t for Divorce haa been
you, and you are re-
rr\ e .i iv of your An-
ding to the Rill of Com-
[the plaintiff'a Attorney,
"CAIN. 1830 Weat Mauler
..ill. Ilorlda. and file the
iwer or I'leadlnK In the
,. Clerk of the Clrrult
before the 30th day of
If you fall to do no. Judg-
faull will l- taken against
relief demanded in the
Iplnint.
J* nhall be puhllahed on. e
for four consecutive weeks
BWISII Fl.oRIDIAN.
Si. ORDERED at Miami.
ISth flay of June, A.D.
. B. I.EATUERMAN.
lerk, Circuit Court.
tde County. Florida
Jy K A. ('LEA RE.
IN Seal i Deputy Clerk
CAIN
Plaintiff
Her St.. Miami, Florida
18-20
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IP. HERFBY GIVEN that
fned, desiring to engage In
iler the fictitious name of
IBOCIATBS. at 00 78th
ii Beach, Florida, intend
ild name with the Clerk
|lt Court of Dade County,
MAM BLECHMAN and*
HtESA I. RI,ECHMAN.
flS JACKSON and
UK JACKSON.
BPH STONE and
IXKTT1-: STONE.
M
UNDER FICTITIOUS
INAMK LAW
|s HEREBY GIVEN that
Bed. desiring to engage In
Ier the fictitious name of
I'TOMOTIVE SALES', at
ll Avenue. Miami. Flor-
regieter said name with
Ithe Circuit Court of Dade
flda
Iotive CARBURET* R
llANCi; CO.
lam Hornateln. President
UCVENSON PERKY
|utomotlve Salea
Bid*. Miami. Florida
-13
FICTITIOUS
LAW ^bbTB
NOTICE IS MERER)' GIVEN that
the under business under the fictitious nan
BON PROTECTIVE COMPANY, at
Hid s.w. 27th Avenue, Miami. Ma.,
intend* to register MM name with the
clerk of th.. Circuit Court <>r Dade
fount), norlda
W ll.I iam RACRELSON
sob i twnet i
7/i3-?o-?7 R/l _^______
NOTICE UNDER'FICTITIOUS*--
, NAM6 LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
si'.v STATK TV 8EKVICE, at 1115
B W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Fla., Intend
lfi register snld name with the f 'lerk
of the circuit Court of I>ade County.
I'loiiila.
WIM.IAM RACIIKI.soN
HAROLD KBAVITZ
7/H-20-17 8/3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-19146
NOTICE IS HKKKDY OIVEN that
Junlus HarkiiiH. holder of County Tax
I Sale Certificate No. 10S2 Issued the
1-t day of June. A.D. 1.'.4. haw filed
! same In my office, and haa made ap-
plication for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
following de*crileil property in the
County of Dade. State of Florida, to-
wltr
Ixit 13. Block 2. Coir Plat of Ml
ty City Rnrk. Mat Hook 11. Page
in the County of Dade, State
of Florida.
The aaaessment of said property
under the aald certificate was In the
name of: Mstcr Waltera & W. Minnie.
Unless aaid certlfliate ahall be re-
deemed accnrdlns; to law. the property
described herein will be sold to Ihe
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
of Auaruat, Ri.'.fi. which Is the 6th day
of August, INS
Dated this 26th day of June, 19.'.6.
K. B. MSATHEBMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I aide County, Mm Ida
My S S. MOORE. D. C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
t. 8 7/6-1S-SO_________ __________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3S2M
In Re: ESTATE OF
HARRY SANDS. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Dar-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are herebjr
notified and required to present any
claims and demanda which you. or
either of you. mar have against the
eatate of HARRY SANDS, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eleht
calendar months from the date of the
| first publication hereof. Said claims
or demanda to contain the legal ad-
I dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will lie barred.
Date June 22. A.D. 1S.16.
IRENE IDA SANDS.
as Executrix of the i-ist Will
and Testament of
HARRY BANDS, D..... s-d.
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni'TH'K IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, ileslritiK to eiiKnae In
liuslni'ss under the fictitious name of
PAINT-O-RAMA. nt Iiki N.W. Tth
Avenue, N. Miami, Fla Intenils to
Msls'er said name with the f'Uik i.f
Circuit Court of Dade County,
norlda.
SIIEI'llKRIi BCII,DlNO
MATERIALS, INT. "
A Florlila I'nni.
KESBI.ER. OARS
AMiinH'in for Appllcnnt
17S2 W. Flnnler St.
6/29 7/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTK-E IS HRRKHY OD/BN that
the iimlerslirned. deslrlna to enitaRe In
buslnecs under the fictitious name of
MUTUAL MORTGAGE COMPANY.
nt 6709 Hlsoayne Houlevard. Miami,
Florida, intend to renlster said name
with the Cleric of the Circuit Court
of Dnde County. Florida.
JOSEPH KATZ
JOSEPH ISRAEL
ROTHENnERt: & HCRRIS
Attorneys ff.r Joseph Kata
ami Joseph Israel
120 Lincoln Road. Miami Bench, Fla.
6/22-29 7/6-L1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desjrlns; to engaRe in
hii'-luess rnder the fletltlmis nnm
TWIN CITY fW.ASS COMPANf and
TWIN CITY.ULASS CO., Bl M'
AN-enue. Miami Bejuii. Florida. In
to register said names with the ClerW
of the Circuit Court of'Dade County,
norlda,
TWIN CITY (il.A.-'S CO., INC.
A Florida (.>; oration
THEODORE NEIjHON
Atti iTiey for Applicant
One Llnioln Road
6/22-28 7/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 189.164
PASQCALE LUONUO, Plaintiff,
vs.
ROHARIO LCONOO. Defendnnt
AMENDED ORDER TO APPEAR
YOl", ROSARIO 1,1'ONGO, 285J K
33rd Street, Brooklyn. N.w York, c/o
Mlchnel Luoniro, are hereby required
to serve a copy of your answer to a
Bill of Complaint for divorce on plain-
tiffs attorney. Claude M. Raines.
223 E Flarler Street. Miami. Florida,
and file the orlirtn.il with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
30th day of July. A.D. 1956, ,.r a
default will lie entered against vou.
Dated thla 20th day of June, 19.'>6.
F. I! I.EATUERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Bj : \VM. w STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby oivex that
th,. underpinned, desirlns; to enxaxe In
business under the ffetttlOVB name of
PAH PLASTERINO, at 2630 S W
Itth Street, Miami, Morldn. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
l.oriS HADARO-iv; Partner
RUBEN l>. I'I'RVIS
C.fil.I.MAN *- C.ol.liSTKIN
Attornevs for Beglstrants
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N A M I- LA W
NOTICE IS HBRKBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlna to enxaae In
business under the fictitious name of
Copy-rite, at 150 N.W. lg_t Street.
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
The Film Art Corporation
a Fla. Corp.
PALI/YT. SILVER & ML'IAOY
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congress Bids;.
6/22-29 7/6-LI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COU^T
IN AND FOR DAOe COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3*072-A
In Re- ESTATE OF
i.-i'tii i'VM'iu:s, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person
Ins. Claim- oi Demands Against Said
Estate
You. and each of you are hereby
notified nnd required to present any
claims nnd demands which you, or
either of you. may have ayalnat the
of RUTH DANCHES, dec
lat* Of I IMS County. Florida, to the
Honorable County .1 mires f'f Dadfc
County, nnd file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
I c.iinty. Florida. wilTiln e rht
calendar months from the date of the
firt publication hereof HaM claims
or demands to eon taint t he legal
dress of the clalmnnt and to be sworn
1 'oresald, or same
will I" Kee Reel Ion V 11-16 of
the IMS Prohnte Ant.
Hate -lime 28. A-Pk. !: ,,,.>
ABBnf)ANCHER
As AdmiiiiKrafor.of th E'tRte ot
Til I- WIIKS, I.....aaed
RICH VRH I LRBI
Attorney for Administrator
T S-TJ-'W-TJ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY NO. 191298.
MABEL BLAKK. a widow. Plaintiff
vs.
HAROLD LEWIS, and If married his
onknown spouse, et al, Defendants
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: HAROLD LEWIS, and If mar-
ried, his unknown spouse
145 So Maple lTlve
Beverly Hills. California
HARVEY MILLER, and If mar-
ried, his unknown spouse
Residence Unknown
MARTHA T. FISKE, and if mar-
ried, her unknown spouse
Renidence Unknown
The unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against all
persona above mined as known
or unknown, all of whom are not
known to be dead or alive.
Residence Unknown
All claimants upHer anv of such
parties or otherwise, and all par
lies ha.iiiK' or f-iaicmiiK to 11.1 ve
any right, title or Interest In the
property described as follows:
1,4it IS of Bloek :i of LINCOLN
PARK ADDITION TO HOME-
STEAD, according to the plat
thereof as teeorded In Plat
Book 6. at Page 1*"' of the
Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida
The West "* of the NK4 of
the NBH of the SK', of Me-
lion 31, Towiuihlp U South,
Range 37 Bast, lying anil being
Dade County. Morida.
Tract :>'_ of Seitlon I, Town-
ship SI Soiitfi, Range 40 East.
Mi-i-orcllng t<> the plat of Flor-
ida Fruit I^ands Co. recorded
|n Plal Book :'. at Page 17 of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
You are hereby notified that a
complaint to qulel title to the land
hereinabove described has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your answer or
pleading to the complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney, Milton A. Fried-
man. 10^1 Seihold Building'. Miami.
norlda, and file the original answer
or pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
24th day of July, itSS If you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against vou fi.i the relief de-
manded In the complaint
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 1Mb dav of June. 18.V6.
E B. LEATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Morida
WM w STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the uniTersirned. destrina tu. ene.ige In
business under the fictitious name of
TIIH MELLOW Ml'SIf CM Inol Inc.)
at 444W Post Ave Miami Beach. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I County, Florida.
WILL1VM LEVEY
MELVIN SCHWARTZ
KES8LER A GARS
Attornevs for Applicanta
17S2 W. Klagler St.
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ji uc t_ A W/
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FINE POTATO CHIP CO (Not Inc.).
at 2r.O N E. 60th St.. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
IRVINC HEN
KKKSLKR A GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17? W Flagler Street
7/13-20-27 8/S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVF.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
b-slnees under the fictitious name of
733 BAR, at 733 N.W. 20th Street,
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
IKTER DA NOW. Sole Owner
KKSSI.ER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17*2 W. Flaeler Street
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THJ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FUOmOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 191346-B
IN RE:
ADOPTION OF MINOR
CHILDREN. KNOWN' AS
BARRY MICHAEL TI'MAX and
DIANE JOY TIM \N
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
To: PHILIP TCMAN
49fKl Noith Marine Drive
Chicago. Illinois
You PHILIP TCMAN. are hereby
notified th:it a Petition for the Adop-
tion of the minor children. i.YRI.Y
MICHAEL TUMAS ">" DLWI ''\
Tl'MAN. has been filed by '.E'tfMjH
.Ml KEN and IIKLI-N D CHEREN,
bis wife, and you are required to serve
a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to
the said Petition Oil the Petit toners
Attorney. ROBERT OOLDEN. 607
Olympia Bullillng. Miami 31', I-If I la.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before 'he 1 Mi
da) c,f August. l.1fi. If you fall to do
SO. judgment bv default will he taken
against von for the relief dem.i ruled In
the Petition.
This notice shall Is published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID!AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
norlda, this "th 'lav of July. 1986.
K. B. LRATHERMAN. flerk
circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
Bv WM. W. BTOCKTNC.
(Circuit Court Seali Deputy ClerK
in >BERT 0O1.DEN
Attorney for Petitioners
M| iiivmpla Building. Miami 32. Ma.
7/13-20-27 8/3 ^^^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
o 1 tjr LAW
NOTICK IS HKREItY OTVBN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
hslness under the fictitious name of
STONE PAINT WALLPAPER Co.
at r.604 Sunset Drive. Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florlda.
ROBERT W. STONE
EDITH H. STONE
KESSLER GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
17S2 W. Flagler St.
6/29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairhur to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I.IIS DINETTE CENTER, nt
SW. th Street. Miami. Intends to |
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of liade County.
Florida.
WILLIAM L. BECK WITH
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for William L. Beckwith
6/22-29 7/6-13
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+ k*ist Ikrkilan
olicHs r^ur legal noticM.
W apprcial* your
patronatjn and guarant**
accurato rrico ot Waal
fOMfl t
rNN rn 4*4JOO
lav monq*r *rYlc
ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT
OF CREDITORS
This Is to notify all creditors that
there has been an Ass', Reneflt of Creditors re ESSIE BHSCIK
DEPARTMENT STORE. 131 N. Dixie
Highway. Hallandnle. Florida.
If you have any claima against said
ri.l,tor kindly file your Proof of Claim
with the assignee. Eliot R. Weston. [
Esq., One Line otn Ri>ad Building,
Miami Beach, Florida.
6/22-29 7/6-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEL BAR. at 3632 N. W Tth
Street. Miami. Fla Intends to rejleter
said name with the 1'lei k of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. I
ANTHONY C MENOTTI.
(Sole owner)
KESSLER OARS.
Attornevs for Applicant
\\ esi Master St.
7/13-20-27 8/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THe
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. It1*?"
THOMAS S. OI.ARK and DOROTm
I.orTSE CLARK, his wife, Plaintiffs.
WESLEY HIRSHBl'RO et ut et al..
Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: WESLEY IIIRSHRl'RC. and
SADIE JONAS HIRSHBCRO. hl
wife RESIDENCE CNKNoWN:
and F J BRICKEN and LIL-
LIAN L. BRICKEN, his wife,
residence CNKNOWN; If
sabi persons are living, and if
dead, all unknown persons having
or claiming any Interest In and to
the hereinafter described real
estate, lying and being In Dade
c.iinrv, Florida, namely and
to wit
Lot- -.. K and 7 In Block 10
of BOI'LBVARD ADDITION
To HOMESTEAD, FLOR-
IDA, according; to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Rook
2. at Page 9S of the Public
i:.,ords of Dade County,
Florida .
as heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
signees, successors, creditors,
trustees, receivers, executors or
administrators, or other claim-
ants bv. through and/or under
the salfl named defendants
Tor and each fiE T( HI are here-
by notified that a Complaint to Quiet
Title to the above described property
has been filed against you In thii
Pause, and you are required to file an
answer to said Complaint with the
? lain tiff's attorney. MAX R. SILVER.
.22 Reynold Building-. Miami, Florida.
and file Ihe original answer In the of-
fle> of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, norlda. on or before
July SI. 195*. othersi.se said complaint
will he taken as confessed by you
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of June. 1
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court
By M C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seali Deputy Clerk
MAN It SILVER
Attornej for Plaintiffs
6/29 7/6-1S-20
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June is overbut wedding bells and betrothals
aren't. And so it goes for Janat Lazarus, honored
Tuesday at a shower in the Kismet room of the
Algiers hotel. .
She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lazarus and reigned serenely throughout the
luncheon affair and afternoon's entertainment,
arranged in an octagonal design. .
large, round table in the center held all of Jarwf t beauti-
kaged gifts and was embellished by birds in cages and
irers. .
ling date is July 29, when the bride-elect will be mar-
irshall Pepper, son of Or. and Mrs. Max P*ppr. .
sses at the miscellaneous shower included Mrs. Albert
tal, Mrs. Bernard Sterling and Mrs. George WeJpert.
[Elaine Lyon, of Blackstone Flower Shops, underwent a
!ieckup at Barley clinic in Philadelphia and now is visiting
Taylor, Pa. Post card from Dr. I. Lee Fishbein reads:
from Paris! Off to Vienna with the blooming famijy" ...
on the Correspondence Front: Bert and Jack Topped
Wf they are "having a wonderful time" in New Orleans,
ir three children are at camp. Combining business with
Bert and Jack will make a trip to Gotham Town before
to Miami.
itte Daner doesn't believe that summer necessarily means
[from schoolin her case, the University of Texas. .
rhile Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Daner, of San Marino Island,
jp entertaining their friends from Oklahoma City at the
aleau. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hirtchf iald, studious Leonerte
summer courses at the University of Miami.
>>>>>c<
n ave.'s George Feldmans have been vacationing at the
[in Gatlinburg, Tenn. .
ir son, whose stage name is Bobby McKnight, plans to re-
the summer with the Gateway Stock Co., of New York,
sg an outdoor drama in a natural amphitheater. .
was formerly in the cast of 'The King and 1" and is a
[at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Gotham
and Isaac Levin left Friday by plane for their annual
vacation. .
| Levins opened their trip with a stopover in Roanoke, Va.,
ined for a visit with relatives in Baltimore, their former
l, before going to Washington, D.C., for a number of social
leduled in Belle's and Isaac's honor.
indefatigable Herman Binder comes word to friends that,
rived safe and sound at Saratoga, Cal., some 50 miles out
rancisco, to visit his children and three-year-old grand-
n made the trip from Washington, with a several-day
in Chicago, landing in time to shoot off several July 4
>>>>><<
er Miami Mayor Aba Aronoviti and wife Dorothy head a
at of localites beating the heat at Osceola Lake Inn. With
{daughter Edith. ..
vacationing at the*HendersonviUe, N.C., resort are Mr.
Sol Wenig, Mr. and Mrs. David Solomon, the Harry I.
Ir. and Mrs. Sam Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Posner and
Ina, Mr. and Mrs. Aba Benenson and the Al Paries.
>>>>>>c<
Kenin and wife Molly, of the Algiers hotel, are happily
[forward to the immediate future when their son, David,
home. He's about to finish his stint with the U.S. Army. .
i'% wife, Donna, comes back with him to reopen their home
[Lao Eisansteins, 735 14th pi., are back home after visiting
from where they originally came. .
of the trip was to attend the wedding of their niece,
\S*i9 Eisenstein, and Lt. Robert Lewis Dreshfield, of Boston,
re on June 24.
lautical motif complete with miniature steamships and
Ips was the theme of a bon voyage luncheon tendered by
Hamburger and Mrs. Harold Moss last week at the Algiers
long well-wishers honoring Mrs. Ella Moss and Mrs. Harriot
Vre the Mesdemes A. H. Wolff, Theodora Sweatwine, Lillian
M. Heller, Fannie Conn, Ada Green, Nettie Lane, Robert
it, S. Leow and Richard Rind lay. .
of Venetian Isle, the two Mrs. Moss saw several Broad-
fs before sailing Wednesday on the Independence for an
ek tour of Europe.
>>>>>> sr Miamians beating the heat these days at Duncraggan
idersonville, N.C., include Mr. and Mrs. Murray Marks,
Mr*. Samuel Monash, the George Aaronsons and daughter
they are having entertainment galore, what with the
ice at Duncraggan of popular Hammond organist Joan
H. R. Hirsch, 1161 S. Alhambra Circle, will have as her
keat for ten days starting Sunday her former roommate at
Ite University, Miss Marguerite Fader, of Cleveland. .
?rite's a buyer for William Taylor and Sons, and shell
at a luncheon slated for Miami Springs Villas on Wednes-
dentally, the luncheon is for ten and will include several of
en's sorority sisters also visiting here.
Eli Crespis. 834 84th st., were recent hosts at a surprise
buffet dinner party for Mrs. Sidney Rosen, 810 NE 172nd
Bsts included Mr. *., the Lea Adaaba, Sallm Josephs. Mr.
Pater Samaris and the Ban Schalers.
Charles Resnicks, of Miami Beach, were recent guests at
lor hotel on Park ave. in New York.
itJIiewiislb-IEIliOicildliiaun
Miami. Florida, Friday. July 13. 1956
Section B
Miami Beach Opti Mrs. hold installation. Shown are Mrs. Jack
Low. incoming president, and Mrs. Arthur Shapiro, out-
going president. Recent installation was at Shelborne hotel.
Principal projects include working with Optimist International
in passing anti-narcotic laws to safeguard teen agers and
sponsoring a Girl Scout troop on Miami Beach. This is group's
first complete year as off-spring of husbands' Optimist club.
MRS. BIDERMAN NAMES SPAiT
UN Division Chief Teils Beach Plans
Mrs. Louis M. Biderman, overall
chairman of the City of Miami
Beach United Nations Week Com-
mittee, announced Wednesday the
appointment by Mayor D. Lee
Powell of Councilman Harold B.
Spaet to assist, in behalf of the
City of Miami Beach, in the cele-
bration of United Nations Week,
Oct. 18 to 24.
Mrs. Biderman further announc-
ed that a planning committee com-
posed of delegates from the United
Nations Assn. of Miami Beach, Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith, Women's
International League for Peace and
Freedom, Robert Richter Post of
Auxiliary of the American Legion,
North Shore Jewish Center, Miami
Beach Hadassah, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, Miami Beach Jay-
cees and the Golden Beach Lions
has been formed.
Purpose of the committee is to
organize activities which will focus
the attention of the citizens of Mi-
ami Beach on the United Nations
and its aims. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz
has accepted chairmanship of the
United Nations essay contest, one
of the most important of these
propects.
Miss Laura J. Shepard will serve
as Mrs. Bideman's co-chairman
along with Myron B. Williston. vice
president of Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., who will
be in charge of distribution of lit-
erature and information: Saul
Genet, Miami Beach attorney, in
charge of the speakers bureau; and
James D. Levenson, Miami Beach
insurance agent, who will be in
charge of promotion and publicity.
Lorber Chapter Has
Annual Affair Here
Lorber chapter of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren held its annual summer mem-
bership luncheon this week at the
Ocean Ranch hotel.
Mrs. Irving Herris was chairman
of the event. Mrs. Herbert Wilcn-
sky, president of Lorber, attended
the luncheon prior to leaving for
Denver as a representative to the
national convention of the Home.
Local BB Women
Garner Top Honors
At a recent convention of B'nai
B'rith Women of District 5. held
in Richmond, Va., the following
women and chapters were honor-
ed:
Mrs. Gerald Solz, past president
of Eleanor Roosevelt chapter, past
president of South Florida Coun-
cil and parliamentarian of Florida
State Federation, was elected sec-
ond vice president of District 5.
Mrs. Alfred Reich, past president
of Emma Lazarus chapter, vice
president of Council and treasurer
of State Federation, was elected
fourth vice president of the Dis-
trict.
Mrs. William Hechler. past presi-
dent of Coral Gables chapter and
past president of Springfield,
Mass., chapter, was elected a depu-
ty and appointed program chair-
man of the District.
Mrs. Norman Rein hard, charter
member of Eleanor Roosevelt
chapter and Council vice president,
was elected a deputy.
Mrs. George Baltuch, past pBesi-
dent of North Shore chapter, presi-
dent of Council and first vice pres-
ident of Florida State Federation,
was elected a deputy and appoint-
ed 1957 convention chairman.
The following awards were be-
stowed upon local chapters: Coral
Cables won second place in the
"mimeographed bulletin" division,
North Dade chapter took second
place in "membership percentage
gain," North Shore chapter receiv-
ed an "oscar" for the largest "nu-
merical membership gain," a gold
certificate for the largest amount
of cash "over-subscription" and
second place in the "printed bul-
letin" division.
AUK. LOUIS IIDIKMA..
Woman Leader
Named Assistant
Miss Edna B. Finberg. of 621
Jefferson ave., has been appointed
assistant to Arnold J. Borofsky, ex-
ecutive director of the Tantasket
Youth Center, for the coming sum-
mer season.
Miss Finberg is president of the
Louis D. Br'andeis women's club,
meeting at the Sands hotel, and is
holding this position for the third
time in its eight years of evistance.
Mrs. Gladys Plotkin, first vice
president, will take over the meet-
ings in the absence of Miss Fin-
berg.
Miss Finberg. while vacationing
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry D. Finberg, at their summer
home in Kenberma, Mass., has been
Mr. Borofsky's assistant at the
Youth Center for the past few
summers.
Hebrew Academy Ladies Launch New Year Card Project
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president
of Hebrew Academy Women, Wed-
nesday announced the launching of
the women's annual New Year
greeting card project.
According to Mrs. Sidney Rubin-
owitz. chairman of the committee,
"the cards have been especially
designed for the Academy Women
and are now being distributed to
local residents and friends of the
Academy."
Others assisting the president
and co-chairman Mrs. Isidore Spolt-
er are the Mesdames Henry Bear,
Jonah Caplan, Samuel Farber,
Alexander S. Gross, Harry Kaplan,
Jacob Katz, Benjamin Kornreich,
Aaron S. Lauer, Rose Lobel, Abra-
ham Margel, Morris B. Martin,
Alex Miller, Charles Nadler, Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky, David Seid,
Joseph Shapiro, Philip Weiss, Dan-
iel Yedlin and Joseph Zemel.




July 13, 1956
>Jewish fUrk&un
Page 3B
B'rith Women Map Nationwide
rogram to Encourage Use of Vote
-B'nai B'rith Women
td out nationwide pro
Mirage registration and
(the November elections,
L. Perlman, organixa-
ident, announced here
ram of the 127,000-mem-
group has three major
1. Using a porson-to-person ap-
proach, B'nai B'rith Women
will stress the importance of
voting to neighbors, friends
and other daily contacts.
2. B'nai B'rith Women's chap-
ters and city-wide councils
will organize public discus-
sions and forums about elec-
tion issues on a non-partisan
3.
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basis. They will also urge
local radio and television sta-1
tions, newspapers and adver-
tisers to use spot announce-
ments, slogans, editorial mat-
ter 'and public service pro-
grams to publicize the need
for voting.
On election day, they will or-
ganize car pools in their com-
munities to get voters to the
polls, and provide baby sit-
ters so that mothers ean vote.
"Each B'nai B'rith woman, by
pointing out the importance of vot-
ing to friends, butcher, grocery
clerk, dentist and nursery school
teacher, among others, can, in turn,
influence countless others to vote,"
Mrs. Perlman said.
"Other democracies far surpass
the United States in voting per-
centages. In Canada, England and
Belgium, from 75 to 90 percent of
all eligible voters use their vote.
Here our national elected officials
for many years have been cnosen
by little more than half the voters.
In 1952, after a concerted national
campaign, only 63 percent used
their voteand this is a substan-
tial improvement over the past."
"We must see that, in the future,
we choose our national government
by vote, not by default," Mrs. Perl-
man said.
Auxiliory Leader Named to Board
When the Ladies' Auxiliary was
formed, she served as its first
president. She also was elected
first treasurer of the State Depart-
Mrs. Mitchell Reiner has been
appointed to the financial board
of the State Department of Flor-
ida, Jewish War Veterans.
Mrs. Reiner is the wife of the
organizer and first commander of
North Shore Post 677.
Lecture Scheduled Sunday
"Why Grow Old?" will be the
topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, author of "Live a Hun-
dred Years Happily," Sunday eve-
ning at the Spinoza Outdoor For-
um, 11th st. and Ocean ct. General
open forum discussion will follow
Dr. Wolfson's lecture.
ment eight years ago.
At the recent State Department
convention, Mrs. Milton Koch, im-
mediate past president of the aux-
iliary, was elected conductress, and
Paul Drucker, who is captain of
the Post Honor Guard, was install-
ed liaison officer.
i
V
"aske, past president of Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls, pre-
Throb pin to Ross Sandier, Florida region AZA
at recent annual Heart Throb dance held in Nautilus
Party for Daughter
Also to Fete Post
Honoring their daughter, Linda,
on the occasion of her seventh
birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Koch Wednesday invited members
of North Shore Post 677 to a party
on Sunday, July 15, at "Story
Land" in Pompano Beach.
Hugh Taylor Birch Park in Ft.
Lauderdale will later be the site.
Koch is commander of the JWV
Post, and Mrs. Koch is immediate
past president of the auxiliary.
Cars will leave the Koch residence,
1446 Meridian ave., at 10 a.m. Sun-
day.
Raphael Ladies
Pick Mrs. Krieger
Mrs. Pearl Krieger has been
elected president of Beth Raphael
Congregation Sisterhood.
Other officers named at a recent
election meeting include the Mes-1
dames Minnie Botfam, first vice
president; F. Kornfeld, second vice
president.
The Mesdames Mary Kahn, treas-
urer; Ann Rosenblitt, secretary;
and Lillian Feinstein, correspond-
ing secretary-
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I ra
Hae made Miami hia home. Rh
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Melchior were his partners. With
hia unique method of singing
(beautiful, eaay unlimited range),
he wanta to guide all kinds of
FR 3-M89-
lessful Movie Written by Ex-Nazi
^HERBERT G. LUFT
von Salomon is the
of "08/15," a motion
luced by Gloria Film
exported to the U.S.
ed in English dialogue
ty for releases in the
[Hemisphere.
fooled by the Biblical
Dn Salomon is an aris-
descendant of one of
Prussian families. You
hocked to learn that the
[successful screen writer
v, democratic Germany,
of the violently anti-
"The Questionnaire,"
ho even preceded Hitler
Bang.
pron Salomon, on June 24,
ticipated in the assas-
of Walther Rathenau,
Minister of Germany,
iJew ever to serve in a
Cabinet. In his widely-
read memoirs. Von Salomon took
great pride in his crime. Yet, his
conviction as a murderer, a crime
for which he was punished all too
lightly, didn't cramp his style as
a novelist.
The assassin is the author of
many films, made in Germany
and occupied Czechoslovakia dur-
ing World Waar II. He didn't
cease activities after surrender
and happily continued to work in
the studios of Munich and Ber-
lin. "08/15," Von Salomon's lat-
est movie, has been extremely
successful in the Reich.
e e
The rumor persists in Holly-
wood that Jerry Lewis, having
severed his collaboration with
singer-comedian Dean Martin, is
set to star in a screen adaptation
of "What Makes Sammy Run?"
Budd Schulberg's highly contro-
versial novel of the late thirties.
I feel that such a motion pic-
ture would.be against the better
interest of the American people,
though it gives Jerry a pretty
meaty part for his dramatic de-
but. The time-worn theme of la-
bor's struggle for recognition in
the cinema capital is no longer
valid.
"Sammy," today, only could
create dissension at home and
anti-Hollywood feeling abroad. In
addition, the Schulberg yarn,
transposed into filmic terms,
could easily broaden anti-Jewish
sentiments when observed by
naive movie goers with pre-con-
ceived prejudices.
e
Screen writer Stewart Stern,
youthful author of the scenarios
for "Teresa" and "The Rack," has
returned to the West Coast from
a four-month story hunting trip
through Southeast Asia.
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Are Reminded of Partiality Shown Jews Abroad
D.C. The at-
fsitlent Eisenhower
f State Dulles has
travel difficulties
a rabbinical stu-
ipt to reach Israel
IhiT his studies. His
Italph Simon of Chi-
sn President Eisen-
account of the ob-
ln his son's way by
some Arab nations
lean citizens of the
s'po on their soil,
"s^hi rnt >hilip M. Klutznick,
I'nai li'ritb. who in
it to Secretary
[cover letter urging
5f essential steps to
Such indignities."
to President Eisen-
Limon wrote in part:
tthew is now a stu-
listry. at the Jewish
linary of America,
[spend a year in the
order to further his
jdies. Since he U
>ng trip, he volun-
a distant communi-
que High Holy Day
this year, occur in
probably will ofi-
dedicating himself to the further-
ance of the ideals of human equali-
ty. What truly distresses me is that
American pride is being dragged
into the dust, and that we are per-
mitting ourselves to be partners in
acts at" religious discrimination. We
honor Arab passports in the United
States. Why is not a United States 60th wedding anniversary.
Page 59
Couple to Mark 60
Years of Marriage
On Wednesday. July 18, Mr.-and
Mrs. Jacob Reibel, 2158 SW 14th
ter., Miami, will celebrate their
passport honored in Arab coun-
tries?
"The American people honor
and love you for your admirable
forthrightness and sincerity. It is
for this reason that I am hoping
The sprightly couple, both born
in Germany, met in New York City,
where they married July 18, 1896.
Mr. Reibel, who is past 83, re-
tired 18-years ago from a position
he held with the Cleveland Public
that you will take steps to restore 1 Library. He and his wife, TilUe.
Andr KcuffmcnWi, 46-year-old baker who fled with his family
from persecution in their native Czechoslovakia and attempt-
ed to start new lives in Tangier, North Africa, achieve realiza-
tion of quest for happiness and freedom on arrival in New
York with assistance of United Hias Service. Persecuted by
both Nazis and Communists, Kaufmann .and his family in
1948 left Czechoslovakia and proceeded to Tangier, the only
place that would accept them. Early last year, when it be-
came increasingly difficult for European Jews in North African
communities, he applied to United Hias for assistance in im-
migrating to the United States under the Czech quota. Shown
are Kaufmann; his wife, Elsa, now 40; and two children, Judith,
now 16; and Pierre, nine.
the honor of American citizenship
in the eyes of other nations, and
make it impossible for religious
discrimination to be exercised
against American citizens."
In his letter. Klutznick reminded
Secretary Dulles that he had dis-
cussed with him two years ago the
came to Miami as permanent resi-
dents two years ago, although they
were frequent visitors before that.
The couple have three sons, Ber-
tram. New York; Sidney, Detroit;
Sylvan, Charlotte. N.C.; and a
daughter here in Miami, Mrs. Jo-
discrimination practiced by certain .
Middle East countries against Am- "P* Morns.
erican citizens of the Jewish faith.
Pointing out that Rabbi Simon was
Altogether, they have eight
grandchildren and 11 great grand-
man of balanced viewpoint and un-
derstanding of mind and heart," he
wrote: "When such people are pro-
voked to express themselves as he
did in
a distinguished spiritual leader, "a .children. The Reibels' three sons
will arrive here to help their par-
ents celebrate the festive occasion.
May, addressed by Mr. Dulles,
the letter which I have en- Bnai B'rith urged the U.S. Govern-
closed. I feel that you would want \ ment to "take vigorous action"
to know about it." He concluded against visa restrictions placed by
by emphasizing that "the honor j Arab nations on American citizen*
v^oTrael*6 *' reach Israel wthout having touch- their chagrin and their amazement
r hU MMkn and Arab country. He will, in all that our government has permitted
"' '' tj was likelihood, be compelled to make other countries to make distinc-jand djgnjty of our country and its of the Jewish faith, and more re-
to discover that his ^thy detour, perhaps to Tur-lions between American citizens. I stak and b strCss-(cently wired Sen. Herbert H. Leh-
airlines which! The aents of 8ome of tne forein is a native-born citizen, the son of |discrimination.
It on
[countries which be-
rab League. Every
Iced him his religion,
[informed them that
Jewish faith, they
must take a round-
[so that he would
THS
in the Greater Mi-
the following:
TAL
Mrs. Nathan War-
and Mrs. Victor
^ Mrs. Abraham Si-
Mrs. David Shed-
and Mrs. Lewis
20.
Mrs. Basil Heatter.
lines did not hesitate to expressa native-born father, and who is
At its triennial convention in
offered by. him and other senators
protesting such practices.
17
and Mrs. Julian
Mrs. Andrew Gold-
Mrs. Leonard Lu-
and Mrs. Nathan-
114.
I Mrs. Alan Kaplan.
Mrs. Arnold Cold
lllr. and Mrs. Myron
Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
June 4.
to Mr. and Mrs.
June 4.
to Mr. and Mrs.
June 3.
bfar sad Mrs. Ruben
to Mr. snd Mrs.
May 31.
blr. and Mrs. Gerald
to Mn> and Mrs.
29.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul
r28.
to Mr. and Mrs.
[May 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul
f 27.
Blr. and Mrs. Martin
24v
Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
21.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb-
21.
j Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
21.
\ to Mr. and Mrs.
May 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Dvid
I Mr. and Mrs, Albert
B. F. OANBAUM
i-li..ii man of the Hoard
D. LEE POWELL
President
ORIN F ROGERS
Exe'Jtlve Vice Prtvdent
CMAXUS M. VOIK
Fi-it Vice Prmident
JOHN G WAITERS
Coihier
ERNESTO AZUL4
Auit'unt Calhier
B A. GABP.IEISEN
AithrtoiH Coihier
DIRECTORS a
HO ADEU >
reiident, Leo Adeeb Beach
Chevrolet Co.
MAX BODIRMAN
Reel Elot# Invetto*
8 P. DANBAUM v
Choir mon of li.e Board '
CHARLES DANTON
Attorney A
IRVING MIOMAM
Preiident, Feldmon Bui'ding Corp,
SEYMOUR B HERMAN
Attorney
THOMAS A. MOVE
Retired Bonk Executive
0 UE POWEll
Pretldent of the Bonk
SAMUEl J RASIN
Hotel Executive
OJUM E. ROGERS
Executive Viee Pnwidont
of the Bonk
JOSEPH M. ROSE
r-r>ident. Royol Potm Motel
MHTON SIRKIN
Reol E.ot* lvetmett
H IARII SMAUEV. JR.
Pretident, Couture Cor
Rental Syttem
CHARUS M VOiK
Firtf Vice President
f the Bank
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
June 30, 1956
RESOURCES
Cah and Due from Banks.....
U. S. Government Securities .
State, County and Municipal Bonds .
Other Investmentt ........
Loans and Discounts.......
LeaseholdFurniture and Fixtures .
Other Assets......,
--------TOTAL RESOURCES.....
SI, 800.520.37
3,616,109.37
99,537.83
. 25,000.00
3,979,301.01
" 171.431.25
10,028.31
S9.701.928.14
CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES
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Unearned Discount .
Capital Stock ........
Surplus.....* .
Undivided Profits ......
.Reserve for Bad Debts .
CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES
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12,776.96
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Frankie Wolf son, Jack Waxenberg Married July 4th
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MRS. FRED RRKGUR
In a noon ceremony Wednesday,
July 4, in Asheville. N.C., Miss
i Francis Louise (Frankie) Wolfson
exchanged marriage vows with
iJack Waxenberg.
Setting for the service was
Miss Sprafkin's
Groom is Guided
Missle Expert
Miss Arlene Sprafkin and Mr.
Samuel Leon Heller were united
in marriage Sunday, July 6, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated at the
7 p.m. double ting ceremony in the
candle-lit Rubaiyat room of the Al-
giers hotel.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Evelyn F. Sprafkin, 810 Es-
panola Way, Miami Beach, and the
late Dr. Rubin Sprafkin. Mr. Hel-
ler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
* Heller, Palm Beach.
The bride wore a cathedral-
length gown of imported alencon
lace and pure silk, and her finger-
tip-length veil was held by a
double-tiered jeweled crown. She
carried her white confirmation
Bible with two white orchids ar.d
lilliesof-the-valley.
She was assisted by her sister,
Mrs. Stephen I. Wiener, as matron
of honor, and bridesmaids Satindra
Dubbin, Myra Sachs, Marcia Jems
and junior bridesmaid Susan
iFreundlich.
Fred L. Heller was his brother's
| best man, and Donald Hader,
(Stephen Wiener and Jerry Locko-
with acted as ushers. Paul Heller
I was ring bearer. A reception and
{dinner followed the ceremony.
The bride attended the Univer-
,sity of Florida, where the couple
met, and graduated from the Uni-
jversity of Miami magna cum laudc.
A Bachelor of Education, she be-
longs to Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa
Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta and
the Future Teachers of America.
The groom, a graduate of the
University of Florida, is now a
lieutenant in the Army and a guid-
ed missle expert.
After their honeymoon in Mex-
ico City and Acapulco, the couple
will move to Pittsburgh, Pa., where
the groom is stationed. After his
stay in the Army, (hey will return
to Miami, where the groom will
attend law school, and the bride
will teach.
"Milofran Knoll," the summer
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, who
live at 9030 N. Bay rd., Miami
Beach.
Mr. Waxenberg, who lived in
Golden Beach, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Waxenberg, 1111 S.
Venetian ct.
Rabbi Sidney Unger officiated at
the nuptial service.
The bride chose a white lace
ankle-length gown made over pink
silk organdy petticoat. The head-
dress, gloves' and shoes were the
same shade, appliqued with the
lace of the gown. White roses and
I ily-of-t he-valley formed the. bridal
bouquet.
Mrs. Louit (Lynn) Wolfson II,
the bride's sister-in-law. was ma-
tron of honor. Lynda Louise Wolf-
son, daughter of the matron of
honor, was a flower girl.
Best man was Stuart Winstein.
Ushers were Louis Wolfson n,
Mitchell Wolfson, Jr., Richard
Wolfson. Charles Goldstein and
Roy Schechter. The bride was
given in marriage by her father.
A reception was held at "Milo-
fran Knoll," after which the couple
left for a month's trip to the Cana-
dian Rockies. They plan to make
their home in Miami.
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rears Ring Worn by Mother At Her Ceremony
j ring candlelight cere-Finetwrg, daughter of Mrs. Rae
turday, July 7, at tht Fineberg, 6630 Indian Creek dr.,
tel, Miss Barbara Mae Miami beach, and the late Meyer
Friedland Exchange Vows
Delight ceremony in
otel. Miss Paula Hel-
came the bride of
on Sunday, July 1.
Abramowitz officiat-
rites.
the daughter of Mr.
old Simon, 1120 Ve-
ld was given in mar-
I father. The groom's
[Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Matawan, N.J.
wore a cathedral-
white peau de soie,
jeweled crown held
Brtip-length veil. She
rhite orchids and a
lilies-of-the-valley on
ftrmation Bible,
honor, the bride's
aunt, Mrs. Joseph Fleisher, wore
a pink cocktail-length lace dress.
Allan Friedland was his broth-
er's best man, and Jerome Simon,
Martin Williams, Paul Fleisher,
Fred Fobel. Julian Weissberg. Ed-
ward Gross, Fred JKrutel, Robert
Braff and Josh Becker acted as
ushers.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Miami. The
bridegroo i, who attends the Uni-
versity of Miami, is in the building
business and owns the Pleasant
Homes of Miami Corp.
After a reception and dinner in
the Veranda room of the Saxony
hotel, the couple left for a honey-
moon in Cuba and will make their
home at 34 Madeira, Coral Gables.
Ring Rites For Hirshmans
Lehrman officiated
I. double ring cere-
led in marriage Miss
line and Mr. Harold
nan in the Lucerne
t, July 1.
[the daughter of Mr.
lham Levine, 1751
liami Beach. The
in of Mr. and Mrs.
I, Philadelphia. The
ted by her cousins,
rkoe as matron of
Phyllis Freedman
?r.
Mi was his broth-
and ushers were
lan. Harold Brooks
The waltz-length bridal gown
was of white lace over tulle, and
the jeweled crown held a fingertip-
length French illusion veil. The
bride carried a white Bible with
tubar roses. Her attendants, who
were gowned in pink and white
organdy, carried bouquets of pink
and white nosegays.
The bride attend the University
of Miami and is president of Delta
Phi Epsilon. She belongs to Nu
Kappa Tau, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Alpha Epsiion Delta and Beta Beta
Beta. The bridegroom is a gradu-
ate of Rutgers University and is
now serving as Lt. J.g. in the Navy.
A reception and dinner for
Fineberg, became the bride of Fred
Norman Kriegler, son of Mrs. Min-
nie Kriegler and the late Isidor
Kriegler.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, officiated at the 8
p.m. rites.
Maid of honor was Lois Faye
Fineberg, sister of the bride. Best
man was Sol Kriegler. Philip
Kriegler acted as usher.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother, Joseph Fineberg,
and wore a traditional imported
chantilly lace gown with a chapel-
length train. The well-molded bo-
dice had a scalloped portrait neck-
line and long point-to-hand sleeve.
The very fulk skirt was cut circular
and had wide gadets of very finely
pleated nylon tulle ruffles on the
sides.
The entire edge of the skirt was
also trimmed with a similar six-
inch-wide ruffle. Her fingertip-
length French illusion veil was
caught to a matching lace scallop-
ed cap.
Wearing a strand of pearls that
was a gift of her mother, the bride
was married with the same gold
wedding band that her mother
wore on her wedding day.
The bride is a graduate of Plant
High School in Tampa. She attend-
ed the University of Florida and
University of Miami.
Mr. Kriegler graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and attend-
ed the University of Miami. He
served with the Army in Japan.
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ter a motor trip through the south-
ern states, the couple will make
their home in Philadelphia.
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E. Gerstcin, Democratic
I for Dade county state's
has been named to the
| directors of the Miami
issn. of Phi Ep.silon Pi
elected for the coming
president. M. J. Berliner;
lident, Robert Markley;
^dent secretary, Sherman
irding secretary, Morton
and treasurer, Warren
nembers of the board of
in addition to Gerstein,
Waitzkin, Irving Herris,
ilboum, Stanley Pred,
Levine. Robert Newman
Young.
installation of officers
|ption will be held at the
he newly-elected preei-
SW 7th st.
il Takes Nigh
L Gordon Says
| a high place in the na-
U.S. savings gain over
ps the Washington Fed-
and Loan Assn., Mi-
Jh, according to Jack
resident, "the nation's
in savings over a year
htively small, the Wash-
heral made the largest
Bntagc-wi.se, in the pay-
Hividends of any of the
H associations in Greater
flgs nationally totalled
for the six month
June 30 of this year,
to $2,600,000,000 last
ing to statistics releas-
.S. Savings and Loan
Washington Federal,
Payments for the semi-
riod ending June 30
as compared with
r the same period last
| of nearly 70 percent.
City Judge
lere at 50
)rney and former city
R. Kirchik died Tues-
ige of 50. Kirchik com-
Ide.
at 1000 NE 82nd tor .
business associate of
[lein.
of Key West, he at-
>ls there and later
from the University of
received his law de-
Iberland University and
Florida Bar in 1927. He
li city judge in HMO
a little more than
Kirchik entered the
lieutenant, serving as a
patrol officer of the
district. Discharged in
turned to the private
[law.
rived by his wife, Bar-
on, Richard Allen. 10.
a member of Elks
of Pythias and Tem-
Brior
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D'Artega Opens Three-Date Series With
-Hammerstein, Porter, Kern
Rodgers
Dean John Bitter returned to the New York Pop
University of Miami Summer Sym- itegie Hall,
phony Orchestra podium at the Mi-
ami Beach auditorium Sunday eve-
ning after a trip to New York,
where he auditioned musicians
seeking scholarships to the orches-
tra next fall.
Dean Bitter leaves again soon for
Brevard, N.C., to be guest con-
ductor at the Brevard Music Con-
cert with the Transylvania Sym-
phony Orchestra.
During his absence, the UM Sum-
mer Symphony July 15, 22 and
will be led by renowned conductor-
composer Alfonso D'Artega, per-
manent musical director of the
concerts in Car-
At the three concerts in Miami
Beach auditorium, D'Artega will
feature his own orchestrations of
selections he has recorded on the
Mercury and Cavalcade labels.
Guest soloists at the July 15 con-
cert will be Valorie Lamoree, ao
prano, and Jack Russell, baritone.
Program will feature works by
Sigmund Romberg, Rodgers and
Hammerstein, Jerome Kern and
Cole Porter. Scheduled are such
noted songs as "Auf Wiedersehn"
and "Song of Love." Romberg;
"The is You," Kern; "Romance,"
Romberg; "Night and Day," Por-
ter; "Bali H'ai," Rodgers-Hammer-
stein; "Slaughter on Tenth Ave-
nue," Rodgers.
"Soliloquy" from "Carousel,"
"Surrey With the Fringe on Top"
from "Oklahoma," and "Some En-
chanted Evening" from "South Pa-
jcific," all by Rodgers-Haramer-
I stein; "You'd be So Nice to Come
: Home to" and "Begin the Beguine,"
Porter.
"Will You Remember" and
"Wanting You," Romberg; and
Symphonic Paraphrase for Or-
chestra, Kern.
Of Spanish descent, D'Artega
came to the United States as a
l youngster. He spent many years
studying composition and orches-
tration with a pupil of Rimsky-
Korsakoff and is a graduate of the
Strassberger Conservatory.
Miss Lamoree, a native of Kan-
Beach Leader Chosen
Isidore Goldberg, Miami Beach
communal leader, has been ap-
pointed a member of the Yeshiva
University President's Council, it
was announced Wednesday in New
York by Dr. Samuel Belkin, univer-
sity president.
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sas, originally took up violin and
piano and later began voice study
at Ft. Hays State College in Hays,
Kan. She has appeared in "Othel-
lo" with the NBC Symphony under
Arturo Toscanini.
Mr. Russell, raised in Palm
Beach, Fla., has appeared in Broad-
way musicals and is national!?
known for his work in "Your Show
of Shows," produced by television's
Max Liebman.
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A Statement of Condition and
Growth by
WASHINGTON FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
HREE and one-half years ago our assets totaled approximately
* $450,000.00. In that short space of time our assets have grown
steadily and soundly month after month. As of June 30th, 1956, they
were $19,096,745.72. We recognize that this is due in great measure
to the confidence you have shown in the soundness of our Manage-
ment. For this we are more than grateful.
Statement of Condition, June 30th, 1956
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and in Banks.......-......-v- $ 1,497,301.01
United States Government Bonds............. 1,786,329.95
First Mortgage Loans...................15,179,464.20
Other Loans....................... > 33,987.18
* Federal Home Loan Bank Stock.............., 270,000.00'
Building Improvements and EquipmentNet......... 250,003.64
Deferred Charges and Other Assets.............. 79,659.74
Total Assets...........$19,096,745.72
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts....................$16,891,285.68
Loans in Process..................... 1,395,308.88
AdvancesFederal Home Loan Bank............ 340,000.00
Other Liabilities..................... 65,381.02
Surplus and Reserves................... 404,770.14
Total Liabilities and Reserves...........$19,096,745.72
Officers and Board of Directors
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JACK D.GORDON
President
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ARTHUR H. COURSHON
Chairman oj the Beard
GEORGE wCHIRSCH BEN GILLER
V4c* President, Comptroller Viet President
MICHAEL STECKLOFF MILTON M. GAYNOR
Vice President Treasurer
CLAU0E PEPPER
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MR*. HAY COHEN
SO. if 717 SlJ-thiH ;%<.. rtlecl June. .1.
Bag. lariit- pore five yi-arit ARn from
I......svttle, K> iifxl If. survived i>>
t* n iI.iukIiii i -. m Norths: K
a 1111 Mn. I.<.uli- Ain>il MHea K, and .lr>e|ili K i brothf-r,
five (tnimlihltifrrn .and four Rr frmi'li hIMi i ii s. h|,.-m were June 7
n Newman-Gordon K'unrml Home,
with Imi I.. 1 In Alt. Nebo cemetery.
MISS HATTIE FEIRSTEIN
M. >if 53I Rlscayne 1.1%.I died June
S. She rnme here :!i) vein* ngo frini
Loolavllte, Kj and whh h mentbei ..r
the N'niii>n:ii council "f Jewish Wom-
an and Temple Israel Klittorhood
Surviving Ik her (later, Mini I-wura
Prtreteln, with whim *he lived. Kerv-
Irea Were June in iWniliin'n Ki.....nil
Home, with burial in Wnodlawn
Tark.
HVMAN KOMOROFF
7S. of Ifl] S\V nth at .Ile.l June K
A member of Miami Hebrew School
(anil CunvreRHtlon, he mine here 1*
year* ago from Brooklyn, NY., and
M
J the most eminent of East^uropecm peTSfdflblitle^in the
ical world. Rabbi Haqger, Admor of Wyzenitz, arrives
~i aboard the S.S. Negbah of the Zim Lines. Accompany-
. down the gangplank onto Israeli soil is CapL Schreib-
Lines mashgiach and a chaplain in the Israel army.
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BERTHA FISCHER
i of n prominent Miami drill;
operator, died July s. tfl>
101 Fine Tree dr.. i-omliiK
'J7 years ago She Is ur-
ra daughter. Mr*. Malvene
later, Mm Mm Iven Welu-
hi other, Mux Walters. She
l a grandchild and .great
Service* were July 10 at
- Beach Memorial chapel,
lale. with burial In WoooS
Heum.
Ices were In Ttronklim-. wlflt" River-
side- I lea i h Memorial Chapel. Wash-
ington ave.. In charge of local ar-
langementn.
IESSE BARNETT
fof Imndleader Arne Rarnett.
I*. He came from Chicago
n B) H.n a\ I'nlll hi*
.. he was ,m executive of
I ilsil'lerles lii Chlcacn He
lier of Ifnnl R'rltli and the
loan, of Cook i'."niv. Also
ar hi* wife, Molly, two
two sis'.- h and a bi othi i
[rero In Chicago.
GUSSIE 8HULMAN
died July 3 in New
ra m, he) e Hva % .-:i rs ago
[York and la survived by a
|rs S -l\ la I 'i mow: u son,
?. r: a hi other and three
u i .1 nl v H in itiver-
1 Chapel,* Hauler
la I lii Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
SAM GIDER
ISth ave.. died July 3.
jienter, he raane here 10
UTJ J'fill*'W*blu in.l Is
rfiTa wife/TCrhel: threp
Norman and Herman:
Mrs. Sylvia IawIs and
slntrauh: one brother md
Ndren. Services and bur-
itlndeliibia, with Oordon
tie In charge of local ar-
Iacl s. robins
llcblgau ave., died July 2.
r* 1? years ago from Chi-
vlng are two sons, l,es1ie
nd two sisters. >Services
In Newman-flordon Pu-
wlth burial following In
netery.
SIDNEY I. SITOMER ,
60, president of the R. II Realty Corp.
anil Century Meal <'.., Miami BajyB,
died June *r alter" I'WTlg Iftness He
came here 10 years mo from New
Tork and lived at BJ* Jefferson ave.
He was one of the founders of the
Tiutchers I'nlon of {jew York and a
member of the Hebrew Academy. Ha
Is survived by his wife, Kstelle; a son,
Bo] daughter. Mrs. Rhixla Dlckler;
bis father, two brotfcerr and two -I--
ters. Ser\|ces were June US in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
HENRY SACHS
71. retired tailor Wfkl clime here f..i.i
Vork Clt) seven years ago. died
June 27 in his home at 2345 SW lth
si He Is aorvlved b> Ms wife, Sadie:
two sons. Morton and Ell: and a
1-1 other, li \ Ing, s. r\ li June
1 ai Rlvera'de-Bearh w"mHil n.....-
el. with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
his wlft
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. Ices were
|mnrlil Chape
Ith burial In
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lei. ,ll|il
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SAMUEL OREIP
.-,.1. of 1716 SW 11th -I died June 21.
He was a cashier who conic here fi\.
years ago from Train e. Survivors In-
. Imi.. his wife. Irmlne: a oVuuthtci.
Josephine; and two brothers Service*
Mn.i- 26, with burial In Mt. S.u.ii
Cemetery. .
MRS. MOLLIE HARRISON
70. of 1161 NK llth ter., died June :'Y
Sla; had lived Here li years, coming
from New York. Her husband, Joseph,
daughters, including Mrs Klhel
Wasserstrom and Mrs. Ruth Keldman.
and a son survive. Services were June
26 In Gordon's Kum-ai Home, with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
SARAH COHEN
ill.l ave. Miami Reach,
fsday. July I.
kRAH F. FRUCHT
Collln. ave.. died here
1. Riverside-Reach Me-
nu in charge of local
LOUIS OUORKIN
66, of 1710 Meridian ave retired
manufacturer of lamps residing In
Philadelphia. Pa., died June 24. S. i \
Ices and burial were In Philadelphia,
with Riverside.Beach Memorial Chap-
el. Alton id.. In charge of local ar-
rangements. Ills wife. Rarah. survives.
'ANNIE OERSTEL
Idiern ave Coral Gable*,
Ion Funeral Home
of arrangements.
ERT HANAUER
krk. N..T,. real estate denl-
Jved her" with his wife
i li birthday to
pVacutlon at a Teval he>fel,
irt attack June :iu Serv-
irial wen- In Highlands
arrsngementa by
Ian Funeral Home.
N^TrTltEKMAN
jBlea executive for \". '
Co., died June SO.
. dr, and i "
Unhia 12 year* ago ge
\tr of T.-.O..I.- Fiicno-1-.l.
J.;ik-. Survivors Include
r,-. son, Paul: snd I
Fa. Toby Mllgram Ben
[Philadelphia July I, with
geh Memorial "
B, lii chaigjt of local ar-
MRS. ANNIE HACKER
7J. of 524 Kuclld ave died June 6 of
a heart attack. She came here si s
years ago from Brooklyn. Her hus-
band, Michael, four sons, including
Morris of Miami, a daughter and nine
grandciiildi.ii survive Services were
In New Tork, with Hewman-Oordon
Knn.-i.il Home in charge of local ar-
rangements.
NATHAN KULLBACK
". of 2290 SW 26th In., resident of
weatfleld, Mass before coming here
li yean ago. died June 6. He wag a
I garment cutter and a member
of Miami Hebrew School and Congrc-
gatlon. Survivors Include his wife.
| Ida; a daughter. Mrs. Florence Hack-
er: two sons. I>r. Jtnlomnn rtit,i Albert;
and seven grandchildren. Services nnd
burial Sew York, with Gordon
Funeral Home In charge of .acrange-
meiils.
MRS. ROSE SHAW
, S7. of MS Fu.li.l ave died June 4.
i The retired operator of a variety store
, in (>pa-locka, she came here from New
i Yoik City 52 years ago. Surviving are
her husbnnd. Kdward: a daughter,
,Mr. Theda Minn. ..... aon, Yank;
and two brothei- .- i vices were Jntic
, with burial In Star of Havi.l t'eiiu
EF WEISS
lerldian av.- died June
he came
ago from Cleveland and
|r of Temple Rmanu-KI
Ihe \l--d He i
Hannah two
William: three gr.md-
Mie slater S"'vi.
in Cordon Funeral
Lun.il in Mt Nebo Ceme-
MARION COUNTY RANCH
465 ACRES
Modern 3 bedreem dwelling, 2 sleeked
lekei, i me roved eosturei, fenced. Tetel
rlU $55,000, et little as $12,500
dewn will handle.
Cewtact Jim Porriih, Associate
HERBERT GOLDMAN, Realtor
Robertson Bldf., Ocala, Fla.
Phone MArion 2-4976
WITH LAC00CHEE
RIVER FRONTAGE
2,100 ACRES with over 4 miles of river
frontage and IH mile en main high-
way. Completely fenced, 400 acre* im-
proved posture. Ideal for large raach
r for development. Contact Jim Par-
rith, Associate, or
HERBERT GOLDMAN, Realtor
Robertson Bldg., Ocala, Fla.
Pheae MArion 2-4976
FOR GOOD BUYS
in
Acreage
Sec
John Black
OUR ACKAOi
SPECIALIST
Allied Realty, Inc.
IAIT0RS
2400 A OAKLAND R. K. RIVD.
FT. IAUOERDALE, FLORIDA
L0 4-1286
BEAUTIFUL RANCH
3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced
md 12 mile* of private canal planted
In telect grata. Only 12 minutes drive
to Palm Beach.
$180 per Acre
Suitable for dairy farm, ranch de-
velopment or home. Purchase from
original owner. For complete data
Phone:
FRanklin 3-9922
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 1N6RAHAM BLDG., MIAMI
MARY MORRIS
^V Mth ave.. reilil. |
ft \ 1 here
riled June She *n
lly whoae members
war- Her fathel
|eran. two brothers
\ 11. .in War h son-
r In World War I. a aon
rid Woi II hi I > m mi-
le Korean \V;ir Survlv-
Miiun-i---
cr.indi tiilili en and
MMtrhtldren He
Mt. Slnal t'emetery.
Best Buys in Acreage
UNPARALLELED LOCATION
Subdivition Merritt Island A1A
FRONTAGE. Ortino frontaoe. Faret
general store and U.S. Pott Office 355
lott. For other strategic Merritt it-
land propertiee:
Call 9-0107
Wilma Russa, Broker
>LO GOTTLIEB
men cloihlna Btn
died here June 2S.
In Johnstown.
PARO LCVINC
sn motel, forme 11
died June 2s hi.
RIVER FRONTAGE
360' ON MIAMI RIVER by 308' dee*.
Surrounded by omamenlal masonry
walls. Planned by wealthy yacht own-
er far home aad yacht basin. Death
intervened, located jest East af N.W.
17th Ave. IridfO aa N.W. So. River
Drive.
W. H. LEE ft COMPANY
REALTORS
Ph. 827122
Acreage
6,000 ACRE CATTLE RANCH
U.S. Highway Frontage
$66 acreTerms, Cash
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170 ACRES DADE COUNTY
Close in, $4 000 acre.
Terms f 100.000 Cash, Balance arranged
100 ACRES SOUTH DADE
$2,000 per acre Good Terms
1,500 ACRE CATTLE RANCH
Muck Land. Fine Grasses. Main Road
Frontage $400 per acrs. Terms ar-
ranged.
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416 ACRES IMPROVED LAND
Excellent Location. Price $135,000
TermeOne-half cash, balance
10 years *"
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If yeo are ia the ararhet for a well
developed, wall located Raach af
11,000 acres with aheel 3,000 cattle
$## mo.
WALTER ROCKWELL, Realtor
610S.W. 11th St.
Ph. 82 3926
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Steel Strike Won't
Halt Construction
Of Citizens Federal
Construrtion of the new $300,000
Citizens Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. building at Hialeah dr. and
Flaming Way. Hialeah, will not he
affected at all by the steel strike,
said David Strain, president, Wed-
nesday.
Use of pre-cast T slabs for both
second floor and roof construction
unusual here in a two-story
buildingand reinforced concrete
will help eliminate as much struc-
tural Kleel as posnibltv Stuzm said
the concrete will mean more lon-
gevity for the building and less
maintenance cost.
Groundbreaking ceremonies on
the building were June 30. Build-
ing will be by the Taylor Construc-
tion Co., with plans and equipment
by the Chicago Bank Equipment
Co. Architect Dean Parmalee is lo-
cal representative. Stuzin said the
building would be ready Tor oc-
cupancy by Jan. 1. Current address
of the Citizens Federal is 106 Hia-
leah dr., Hialeah.
FT. MYERS AREA
APPROXIMATELY 1,000 ACRES
Leaf Waterfront
Ideal Canal Home Development
$300,000, 29% down, balance 10
years at 5%.
Veer Broker ar
RICHARDSON REALTY
1523 Fowler St. ED 4-9071
Fort Myers
Over 1 Va Mile River and
Lake Frontage
20$ ecroe located en large island With
400 toot lot cleiVed ready for building.
eeal for fisherman's paradise or de-
velop tor homes for retired. Tract
irlable for $18,500. '*
avji
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Marion County
Acreage
2,600 ACRE RANCH
Consisting of 2,000 acres cleared, most-
ly in pasture600 acres woods and
large lake1J miles highway frontage.
2 modern maaonry homes, 1 tenant
house", equipment shed, barn, shop,
etc. Some land auitable for citrue.
$05 per acre, 2t'/r cash. Balance 10
years at 5%.
SMITH & CEPEDA REALTY
117 EAST OCKLAWAHA AVE.
OCALA, FLA.
DWEIUNG-Suburban
3 bedrooms, bsth, living room, dining,
kitchen. Over 1,500 Sq. Ft. floor area.
all cypress, servants cottage. Locat-d
on 6.3 seres of land. Availabls. $13,500.
ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT
Ideal homesites, citrus tress, complete
utilities. Available $3,ISO.
H. H. TANNER, Realtor
CULPEPPER-WATKINS
Tanner Huffman Co., Palatko, Fla.
Phone East 5-2081
Specialists since 1924 in
choke real estate in
Tropical Southwest Florida
laree Acreage, Waterfront, Islands,
Hifbway Frentoge, Business
Opportunities
JEFFC0TT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
Phone Edison 5-4421
ARCADIA FOR SALE
3,200 ACRE RANCH LAND
1.100 acres Improved, fenced, windmill,
good water. 10 miles from Arcadia.
$40 per acre.
MOTEL
746 feet en U.S. Highway No. 17. 10
units. All modern construction, can be
bought at sacrifice. Owner has other
plans.
BAR oiid DANCE HALL
On busy State Highway No. 70 going
toward Miami, gasoline station in-
cluded. Good buy Tor right party. $
miles East of Arcadia.
LEWIS AMBLER, Realtor
P. 0. Bex 471, A/codie, Florida
Phono Walnut 1281
MORRIS H. LEVSKY
ASSOC. REALTOR
Phono Evenines-WAmet 1-7151
Arcadia, Florida
$125 PER ACRE
1,000 Acres, Lake County
> s DOWN. Balance 4 Years
Adjoining 3,000 HomeSite
across from '2 million acre
National Forest
Hoffman Realty
1427 N. Federal Highway
Ft. Leudardale, Florida
LO 4-t419 :00 ta t:00
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4700 ACRES
19' to 30" ELEVATION
SOME HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
$150 per Acre, Good Terms
Exclusive Agent
134 ACRES
R.R. aad ROAD FRONTAGE
IR0WARD COUNTY HiGH UNO
$1100 per Acre, Terms
JOSEPH D'ANGELO
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112* Sa. Slots td. 7, W. Hollywood
Pb. Hollywood 3-4944 or 2-0014
160 Acres High Pine
2 MR.ES EXCELLENT ROAD
FRONTAGE
Ideal for Development
60 Acres High Pine Land
1320' FRONTAGE EVtROLADES
PARK ROAD
Corner property, 3300' total road
froataae, coaaoctiaf city limits af
Florida City. $2200 per Aero.
Keen Love!I Real Estate
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at
(Center
[ H. Brummer, of
been invited to
bid minister at the
new one and
one- half mil-
lion dollar Jew-
ish C e n t e r of
Havana in Cu-
ba.
Announce -
ment of the in-
v i t a t i o n was
made here this
week. Cantor
Brummer for-
merly served at
Bei.
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the United States
1948, where he,
cantor since his
his wife, Sylvia,
renRegina and
Among Debs B'nai B'rith Girls, with their guests, at recent
annual formal held in Hillel House on the University of Miami
campus are Sonny Barchan, Bobbe Bermann, Loretta Bern-.
stein, Betty arnett, Diane Cohen, Sharon Diamond, Judy Dub-
ler, Geralyn Faber, Rikki Feldan, Rissie Friedman, Linda
Frank. Barbara Beiley, Stephie Gladstone, Renee Geyer,
Frances Lazarus, Reshe Levitt, Judy Lefcoe, Gail Katz, Tootsie
Kriesel, Betty Kopstein, Judy Migden, Mickey Mandler, Hazel
Miller, Adele Mosk, Mauriel Naurison, Marcia Nurenberg.
Jackie Paddor, Sharon Press, Donnie Dubbin, Bobbie Rand,
Linda Rovin, Madeline Stone, Roberta Schwartz, Carol Meyer.
Carol Stone, Sifra Serott, Phyllis Feldman, Rita Lapen, Verna
Sodikoff, Nancy Schwartz and Cynthia Bott.
Summer Activities Highlight
Programs of Four GMJCC Day Camps
daily swimming,
bid a gala carnival
first weeks of the
sponsored by the
Bewish Community
dren between the
l Branch, Camp
fcattnival Sunday aft-
polomon Kann, chair-
unp carnival commit-
Kf volunteer work-
Hut carnival booths
Wf children of the
Be weeks prior to
$ e Special trips were
newspaper plant,
He and t# a dairy.
in a pool is also a
part of the agenda of Camp Shol-
om.
At the Town Branch's Camp
Ma-Ka-Bee, similar trips, as well as
swimming, have been part of the
program. Inter-camp competition
with Flagler-Granada's Camp Kadi-
mah has seen Camp Kadimah come
out on top. The older boys' group
also participated in an overnight
hike at Greynolds Park. Mrs. Mil-
ton Spool, Town Branch day camp
committee chairman, announced
plans for a camp carnival in the
near future.
At Camp Noar, sponsored by the
North Dade Jewish Center and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, the past week was devoted
to a study of folk-lore of the Am-
erican Indian. This included Indian
headdress, musical instruments
and other material constructed in
the crafts classes. Campers partici-
pated in two special inter-camps
eventsa softball and volleyball
contest with Camp Sholom and a
swimming meet with Camp Kadi-
mah.
At Flagler-Granada, Camp Kadi-
mah has featured a number of
trips, especially for younger
groups, to Crandon Park and the
zoo. Highlighting the past two
weeks were a Sabbath party and a
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talent feated Camp Ma-Ka-Bee in softball,
and also defeated the junior and
intermediate boys' groups, as well
as the senior girls, in kickball.
The four camps sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center are part of the summer pro-
gram of GMJCC, which is a benefi-
ciary agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The first four-
week period of camp ends Friday.
There are a few limited openings
available for the second four week
period commencing Monday.
In charge of information are
these camp directors: Town
Branch, David Eskenazi; Beach
Branch, Arnold Piskin; Flagler-
Granada, Harry Shamis; and North
Dade, Leonard Romney. Program
is coordinated by Emanuel Tropp,
assistant director, and F.fraim H.
Gale, executive director of GMJCC.
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over Mr. Lloyds statement. It sees
jn the statement a confirmation of
the situation wherein Britain is
enabled not to carry out one ol the
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partite Declaration-thai relat.ne
to the maintenance of the balance
of armed strength. This was not
onlv of concern to Israel per se.
Mr' Elath explained, hut also be-
cause of its relation to other parts
of the Declaration, such as that
promising assistance in case of at-
Israel's armaments. Air. Elath
stressed, were no secret to the
Arabs and Mr. Lloyds assertion
that the balance was in her favor
would indicate to them that Britain
had no interest in the safety of the
Jewish State and would encourage
them to seek more Western arms.
Ambassador Elath added that Is-
rael's requests for arms from the
Western Powers were, in fact, aim- ^ gernarcj Berqman has been
ed at obtaining for [srael the mini-1 leded piesident of Hapoel
mum of arms supplies that wou < |H ^ach. of America. Dec-
enable the Government of Israel to |namiziu<-.n
[eel hat the absolute minimum lion came at 33rd annual con
curif needs of Israel were safe vention ol[the organize^ilas
guarded in the face of the rapid'week in Fallsburq, N.Y. Over
progress of arms supplies to Arab 500 delegates representing 40.-
countries. Even such supplies. ggg religious labor Zionists
while representing an absolute throughout the U.S. authorized
minimum from the point of view ^Q executive board to neqoti-
f Israel's security, would not, in ^ Mizrachi on conditions
fact come anywhere near restor- c(. q un.Jjed mQve.
ins fullv the balance of arms in tne =
Middle East, he pointed out ment-___________________________
The Ambassador indicated thai
to date most of the items in the match the Soviet liyushin boml
lists submitted by Israel to the anti-aircraft equipment and even,
Western Powers have been refus- over the past twelve months, light-
ed. Britain has maintained her ly armored vehicles in the form
refusal to provide Israel with even of half tracks
a single Centurion tank to match The arguments advanced by the
those sent to Egypt and has re- [grael Ambassador at his press con-
fused to provide her with other ference were strengthened by data
major items including a small contained in a document issued Bf-
number of Canberra bombers to terwards
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Purchases Lucerne
Osrar Markovieh. Miami and
New York businessman, announced
last week that he and hit 8
date, George Wa a Wash-
ington, D.C.. real estate developer
and operator ol a chain ol appli-
ance Stores there, are th- new
owners of the Lucerne hotel. 41st
it. and Collins ave.
The Lucerne, one of the three
hotels built in 1955. changed hands
lor a reported price ol S4.000.000
Markovieh is a year-round resi-
dent of Miami Beach. Forty years
. go, Markovieh stalled life a- ;.
newsboy, selling papers on the
street corners in Toledo, 0. His
stand was in front of one of the
theatres in which he subsequently
obtained a job. Later on, he pur-
chased the theatre and today pro-
duces shows and operates catering
concessions and refreshment priv-
iliges through the United States,
in addition to his building and real
estate activities.
The Lucerne, an eight story
ceanfront luxury hotel, was orig
inally built by B. I. Binder. Miami
Beach, after several years of study.
here
by the Israel Embassy
lling that sine, i. t m
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ht tanks from France but
nothing to compare with the
turion or Stalin tanks supplied
Egypt.
Compared with nearly (wo hun-
dred Russian fighters and bombers
supplied t'i" Egyptian air force,
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from Fi la small
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History Prof in Talk
Mrs. Dorothy Biderman was chair-
man Tuesday of a United Nations
Assn., Beach Division, meeting at
the Elks lodge. 720 West ave.
Speaker was Dr. Robert ( Beyer
professor of history at the Univer-
sity of Miami, in a discussion of
Latin American Nations at the
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