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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-Number 30
Miami. Florida, Friday. July 27. 1956
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TOPtlYA*
mon Reports to
Mrs With UN Mediator;
\is Held for Soviet Assist
CM (JTA) The Is-
[heard a report Wed-
Premier David Ben
lis talks during the
Ith United Nations
fe n e r a 1 Dag Ham-
lly scant details of
rion's report were
e, except that he in-
Cabinet of the ex-
bws between himself
imarskjold on the
ituation in the light
its.
[Israel Cabinet was
narskjold was hold-
snce in Cairo with
sident Gamal Abdel
in the week, he
rith high Jordanian
man. The Jordan-
jrted, said that he
*w proposals but
jrdan must stand
jreement with ls-
inians added that
[ied with the dis-
[with the discussion
jHammarskjold and
fGurion was also ex-
joint communique
led at the close of
[talks in Jerusalem,
pique stated: 'The
leral and the Pre:
bill and fruitful re-
jpments in this area
Raiding
led Anew
(JTA) Less than
the departure of
Secretary General
kjold from Jordan,
acts by Jordanians
>k place, violating
agreement which
tiold has insisted
Nasser May Seek to Cover
Dam Failure With Israel Attack;
Kremlin Move Spurs Danger
occurring since the last visit of
the Secretary General. They dis-
cussed ways and means of estab-
lishing a state of affairs as
envisaged in the Armistice Agree-
ments between Israel and her!
neighbors.".
Diplomatic circles here feel
that the UN Chief's unscheduled
inclusion of Jordan in his Middle
Eastern itinerary should give
Israeli leaders good reason for
gratification, the reason being
that Mr. Hammarskjold undoubt-
edly pressed upon Jordanian au-
thorities Israel's demand for a
strict observance of the cease-
fire. But even more important is
Israel's desire to set up a special
committee provided for in the
Ceefieeed ea Pf 2
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Metier of Egypt, placed in a
Perilous position by American, British and Soviet refusal to finance the
construction of the Aswan Dam, may embark on a military adventure
gainst Israel to distract attention from his failure to carry out the
highly-publicised Aswan Dam project.
Such a possibility was taken into consideration here Wednesday
following the receipt of news from Moscow that Dmitri Shepilov, Soviet
Foreign Minister, had indicated that the Soviet Government would give
| sympathetic consideration to requests for aid from Egyptian industry
but is not inclined to provide aid for the building of the Aswan Dam.
It was feared in Washington that after the blunt refusal by the
State Department last Thursday evening to help Egypt build her
projected $1,300,000,000 Aswan high dam on the Nile, Col. Nasser would
turn to Moscow for such help. The Soviet Foreign Minister's statement
in Moscow Sunday confirmed the opinion of Washington circles which
said that Russia was unlikely to undertake such a heavy finacial, tech-
nical and industrial drain on her resources as the construction of the
Aswan Dam would involve.

mm naaun bids acj turn
Council for Judaism Leader
Attacks Organization/ Quits
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) Rabbi Irving F. Reichert. one of the
founders of the American Council for Judaism in 1942 and honorary
vice president of the organization, resigned from the Council this week
with a blast at its officers for carrying on an "obstructionist campaign
against the welfare and legitimate aspirations of Israel and its people."
Rabbi Reichert, in a letter of
resignation to Council president
Clarence L. Coleman, insisted
that the organization had aban-
doned its original purpose of sup-
porting projects in Palestine of
an "economic, cultural and spirit-
ual nature." Instead, be said, the
Council has become a political
pressure group attempting to in-
fluence the policies of the United
States toward Israel and the Mid-
dle East "in precisely the same
fashion as have the Zionists,
whose political activities it se-
verely criticizes."
The New York Times reported from Moscow Monday that despite
Mr. Shepilov's statement, diplomats there did not rule out entirely the
possibility of Soviet aid on the Aswan project. They pointed out that
Col. Nasser is expected in Moscow in mid-August and at that time the
'entire question of Soviet relations
with Egypt will be reviewed. Ques-
tions of economic and possibly mil-'
itary aid will be discussed.
With no outlook of obtaining aid
for the dam protect, therefore,
with no solution of his basic eco-
nomic problems in sight, Egyptian
President Nasser might be tempted
to save his prestige among his own
people, as well as among the Arabs
in other countries, by exploiting
the Israeli issue, it was thought in
diplomatic circles here.
Reports reaching Washington
during the weekend leave no doubt
that the withdrawal of American
and British offers to help Col.
Nasser build the Aswan Dam has
already undermined the confidence
in him which prevailed in some of
the Arab countries where he was
considered the champion of Arab
nationalism. These reports also in-
dicate that his political enemies at
home of whom there are many
may seise the opportunity to un-
dermine his popularity in Egypt
and to charge him with ineffective-
ea Page 2
NASSfff
. ea alternative
a result of its activities. He cited
as a case in point the recommend-
ation of the last convention of the
Council for Judaism that the U.S.
Government undertake an official
investigation of the United Jew-
ish Appeal. He called this pro-
posal "incredible and outrage-
ous."
Finally, Rabbi Reichert pointed
out to Mr. Coleman that the at-
mosphere in which the Council
had been founded had changed.
tof Mrs wo-
Dulles Hay Rap
Saudis Bigotry;
Jet Deal
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
intends to make a statement de-
nouncing Saudi Arabian discrimi-
nation against American Jews, ac-
cording to Congressmen Hush
Scott, Jr., of Pennsylvania, and
Laurence Curtis, of Massachusetts.
The two Congressmen, both Re-
publicans, spent 45 minutes at the
State Department last weekend.
When they discussed with the Sec-
retary Saudi Arabian discrimina-
tion against American Jews, Mr.
Dulles told them, they reported,
Ceoffoead ea Fees *
The Council. Rabbi Reichert CliUHS US., BRITAIN PROVOKtD WAR Of UKRATION
continued, "is virtually a pariah
in Jewish organizational life" as
*>
WJS ^^H
V ^ i ^a^S Aw H -'''-''- an
i*v aV.l]
raazi. immigrant child living at Naw York Shelter
lias Service, tries "fingertip tost" on makeup of
Ircus clown Copal lacobaohn, also recently arrived
Jlr Hia sponsorship. Jacobsohn was featured in
toughoul Europe under stage name of "The Great
Red Encyclopedia Calls Israel West's Toady
NEW YORK (JTA)Israel is sharply attacked in The Great Soviet Encyclopedia" which is published
by decree of the Soviet Council of Ministers, it was revealed by former Sen. William Benton. publisher of
the Encyclopedia Britannica, who has received 39 of the 55 planned volumes of the Soviet reference work.
The Soviet encyclopedia claims that Britain and the United States provoked the 194* war between
Israel and the Arab states and says ^
Yiddish Writers Posthumously
'Rehabilitated' by Literary Decree
that Israel is "a centralized bour-
geois republic which is economic-
ally and politically dependent on
American imperialism."
After the end of the 1948 war,
the article in the Soviet encyclo-
pedia continues, "the American
imperialists became even more ac-
tive in Israel. They took over the
positions held by England and
transformed Israel into a colony
Ceafiitesd ea feet 2
-*-
RUSSIAN OIL fOR ISRAEL
LONDON (JTA)Israel and the
Soviet Union have signed a two-
year contract under which Israel
will buy 18 to 20 million dollars
worth of oil, it was reported from
Moscow. The oil will be refined at
the Haifa refineries.
MOSCOW (JTA)Peretz Mark-
ifch and Itzik Fef fer, two of Soviet
Russia's outstanding Yiddish
writers, who disappeared in 1948
and were executed, have been
posthumously rehabilitated in the
pages of "Literaturnaya Gazeta,"
Russia's top literary journal. The
rehabilitation was reported in a
dispatch here to the New York
Times by Jack Raymond.
The magazine printed six of
Markish's poems, translated into
Russian, and a preface to his
work which lauded Fefier as the
discoverer of Markish's talent.
While nothing definite was stated
as to their disappearance and
death, the practice of giving fa-
vorable publicity is often in Rus-
sia a means of clearing per-
sons who have been disgraced or
have been allowed to be forgot-
ten.
The six poems were highly
praised in a foreword by Nikolai
Tikhonov, a leading Soviet poet,
as having "poetic force and gen-
uine high emotion."


5S&S1
PAGE 2
Ben Gurion Reports to His Cabinet
raise the um~""n
conference betwo
Jordan for the pot
be arm.s! ,,nenu-
Israel ; o( rcvis-
DULUS TO SPEAK UP?
Coil-nvti from Page '
itate-
Confiaved from P9 1
General Ann.st.co A-reeir.ent-
This -pecal committee woa.d
have as tt> function resumption
of activttv at the Hsdasssh Hos
pital and the Hebrew Inn.
both located on Mount ScopU
Also included in the special com- (hj|t hl, pIanrM.,| to nuke
mitteei mandate would be the mpn, "deneUDCin. dinT nation (
providing of access to the Bol) ,_,., eitiMBl > W*
I'laces in the Old City "t Jerusa (.^n tlH1,!lrH-
lem and the use ol the cemeterj Mr Dulles a|so told the ten-
on Ike Mount of Oli\< gresstnen that he will look into U*
It ii hoped here that while in [)OS,lt>)llU f permitting the re~
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Richard E. Gerstein has accept-
ed membership in the Florida
regional advisory board of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, it was announced
Wednesday by George J. Tal-
Miami city commissioners
Guests of the 100 boys and girta
enrolled at Camp Ma Ka Bee for I
luncheon Monday at the Town
Branch of the Greater Miami .lew-
i-h Community Center, which spon-
sors the camp.
Visiting the day camp wtn
Mayor Randall Christmas and Com-
n
ianoff. chairman of the Florida misMoners George DuBreuil. B K
board. Gerstein will be official- Hearn. Sr James W High anrt Otis
ly installed at the next meeting W. Shiver, as well as A he Goldman,
of the board.
Nasser May Seek
To Cover Failure
War on Israel
By
Continued from Poje I
net*.
Under such circumstances, some
observers in Washington fear that
the way out for Col. Nauer might
appear to be as the Arab champion
against Israel. However, it is be-
lieved certain here that a second
round of fighting between the
Arab countries and Israel almost
certainly would bring Western
force* beck into the Middle East,
and this would annul Col. Nasser's
achievements in ousting the British
forces from Egypt, which brought
hin to much glory among the
Arabs.
An organization calling itself the
"Nation*! Committee for Security
and Justice in the Middle East," to-
day called the withholding of U.S.
funds from Egypt's Aswan project
'jsheer lunacy and something
"which can well turn out to be
disastrous to the American nation-
el interest." The group includes
personalities who have associated
themselves with anti-Zionist activi-
ties. Among them are Alfred M.
Lilienthal, of the American Coun-
cil for Judaism.
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:ier Elected to Board
Israel Chamber of Commerce
Max Orovitz,
to the board of
American-Israel
Ifnercc was an-
at the head-
lamber in New
is, III, presi-
Bther with Sam-
leader in the
restors in Israel,
ved an award of
American-Israel
imerce for the
in the devel-
rc sources. -
with Dan
t the Dan
and has many
enterprises in
'Tiimon April
ftvannah, Ga.,
leir daughter
ae rabbi also
Hot Springs,
K>ther successful
Israel.
Orovitz is a graduate of Emory
University, a trustee of the Uni-
versity of Miami and founder of
the Orovitz Library on Human Re-
lations of the University of Miami,
president of the board of trustees
of Mount Sinai Hospital, vice chair-
man of the board of directors of
Maule Industries^ co-owner of Pub-
lic Gas Co., member of the board
of directors of North Shore Bank,
a former president of Temple
Israel and of the Greater Miami
.fewisl} Federation and a member
of the board of directors of the
CotVWiunity Cite*.
the election of- Orovitz to the
board of the American Israel
Chamber of Commerce heralds in
creasing stress on business and
economic relations between the
State of Florida and Israel, both
directly and on a mtritUateral
basis. Increasing Opportunities for
participation by- American busi-
nessmen in trade between Israel
and other countries will be en-
hanced by the tsrtie of special
cards to members of the American-
Israel Chamber of Commerce ena-
bling, them to utilize the services
of Israeli Hi National Chambers of
Commerce in 15 other countries.
Annual meeting of the Chamber
held in New York also elected as
new board members Jules A. Jac-
card, of the International General
Electric Company, and Aram R.
Gennet, president of Sleepmaster
Products Company, Inc., Newark,
N.J.
Shore Jewish Center. Mrs. Jeanette
Golden is chairman of the affair.
Proceeds for Medical Group
Stephen Wise group of Hadassah
will hold a card party on .Sunday Proceeds are for Hadassah Medical
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^jeHistfkfiJi^r
During The Week...ma
r lit MINIUM
Cl
reED K. SHOCHET............Editor cmd Publisher Voh-|- 30
LEO MINDLIN .................................. N*wi Editor
Friday. Iuly_27._1956_
^Ice^ictato^Nasser Learns a Bitter Lesson in Diplomacy
, ____rw^hinha
e >c

-er of
ycn -he U.S. Stare DepOB ~s: *
rrjccie us Brat danno move :n the Near East
Cnlytimew
nefect
':"-tre- j
The State Departmeni I era announced

Perhaps They See the Light
State Departn
come ereasingto caw
y Mr. 1 :;e:
the American vt
; election time Dulles rcl:".es ii
the clear Ii thefc
continuing failures.
With ; 1 i]
week announced die withdrawal c! Henry
Bvroade as U. S. Ar or to Eaypt. It clso
Dublic of the removal of Georae
Allen as Assistant Secretary of State for Necr
Affairsthe post Byroade held prior to
his prcrr.c-:cn to Cciro.
The Soviet Union's peaeerandn of the Near
East can be directly attributed to Henry By-
roade. After foiling 'o block the arms arranae-
menl between the C'T..unists and President
Nasser, he "explained" the arranqem^nt to th>
American peopl cs a victory for U.S. refusal
to sDons^r a military build-up between Israel
and the Arab nations.
It was also Byrocde's reluctance to reveal his
inadequacv as Ambassador to EgyDt that em-
barrassed President EisenhoweT and our nov-
ernment at th Geneva conference in April.
1955. Eor the first staaes of the Cairo-Moscow
arms deal were already on paper at that time.
The cynical view is that the removal of Mr.
Byroade will be a sop to Dro-Israel sentiment
the United S'ates: and there are good rea-
sons to ao-ept th;s view. On the heels of the
Bvroade dismissal, for example, have come
State Deoartment withdrawal of our govern-
ment's offer to aid Egypt's Aswan Dam project
and the announcement this week that Mr.
Dulles is prepared to caution Saudi Arabia
aaainst continuing her policy of discriminator,
against American Jews.
The-5o three ever.'* Men in an amb;'ious
State Department p^rsnec'ive can certainly go
a lona wav toward alleviating the feelina of
ill-will which th< Department has succeeded in
creating since 1952 by its blatantly pro-Arab
sentiments.
But it is to be hoped that this is not the ccse
and that our government 1?. for the first time in
many years, attempting to right its floundering
Near Eastern policy.
o.iiion dollars.^ 3 L| Q M
'heels ol
"
e. iieeny. only th.
I
the
I aseistanc* for
the
:
ds
most
. re le.t
I
Ce.. to be deplored. IV
lately prove
[the area--Israel c.
Ar::. But Pro- lei I nq h:s
home devel I plan for political and n.
tary advantage abroad, hcs found himself
crushed own dictatorial
plot.
Hcvinq turned to Russia to advance his de-
signs against the lewish Si now sees
perhcps'more clearly than any other Near or
Per Eastern ruler the essentially beachefous
nature of Communist freedom and liberation"
mottos.
U.S. withdrawal came after years of frui
tion ct the hands of unpredictable Nasser and
a firm financial recognition of the factas the
World Bcnk put it- that Egypt is simply not
good for the funds. Whether the State Depart-
ment was aware or not that the Russians91
concerned with matching the West whenever
and wherever it canwould also withdraw its
oifer. we will never know.
Suffice it to say President Nasser is now an
avowed enemy o! our government and mav,
in retaliation, turn more and more freque:
to Moscow's solace. As late as Monday. So
Eoreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov threw oil on
the troubled wa in diplorr.
annoucinc I Aswan bust was an iso!art
matter so far as his government is conce-:
types cf financial assistance will
be available to Nasser when he
Having mede the break, our Stnte De-
ment can not afford to hedge. Now an out:,
enemy, Egypt's Pro \ lr#at.
ed in these terms. To continue eaten; I
unpredictable whims would be to cou:
matic lolly.
community Rabbi Shapiro knows'
served in the past.
~
Back in a Miami Pulpit
It is always a pleasant task for us to welcome
a new spiritual leader on his assumption of a
pulpit in the Greater Miami area.
But in the case of Rabbi Max Shaoiro, the
pleasure is somewhat enhanced. The an-
nouncement that Rabbi Shapiro is returning to
the active rabbinate after several years, durinq
which he was engaged in allied activities
presages a vigorous and Droductive future for
the newly-formed Coral Way Jewish Center he
will lead.
Rabbi Shapiro served in Miami's rabbinate
Corn! wnSeCU!iVe FT and wiH brin9 the
aZ I ^ Pulpit the benefit of his experience
and knowledge. In addition .0 his endeavor
tocallvCS? ^ b6Came Wel1 known
th^c Lit PamCiPatin dViC Qnd *
be*'of +T I0"!!3 f M8 ^Aqround that will
be of distinct advantage to the new Center
can look forward to his congregation'''
X3K QS V<*gious nd cultural bo*
Miami can look forward to his congreqat,
fhat wnT? QS a,religio d cultural Zv
Bl-2L5M#,2 .* organised JewnX
and has
BECOME terribly disturbed, es lews, when
u- in terms of s unit. W especially
in professional bigots sad thnr
n than not Identify the hatemonc.. r by~2
Jews. These examples, eanoag others ,'
The international coaaasracy o( Jewel
conspiracy of Jewish capitalism The
M Jewish Commuiam. Jews will never wn kind The Jewish vote. Jews pledge allegianej
The dual allegiance of Jews.
One can. of course, go on and on. but trw^. point adequately our sincere effort to represent oej
dividual* <>< the-Jewish faith and citizens of a W^ena.
1, aaina these facile generalization* fjf
means, arc Zionists- we argue Clearly, only th
aVwVmit. 1* indeed an interni
nmwinii wiuiPiPi uu'itif
A Jg about g>*<"t ifi time. Jewish press olurnnis
, -t ifnwnwWhKrtiter's cramp in their effort 1
\Vhile_tQ the heinous charge of ,U\3\ aHe_
!) f*rte >" h-Amerkaa, Hungarian-American and-
nthi
YetjnrM isiaryoas will admit that the gen. .'lzatMsei
denials are but a weak protest in a tea ol
Ui >f which bnngs me to cotisiderati >n ol n
,,n international Jewish fraternal order id hi]
,h bod) The organization is B'nai B'nth which,
ol ,iudc. has been su^geMing the establishment o pokesman <>n global Jewish affair
JHt tlAUTT'OF fXPftllwCI A MAJOt 'ACTOt
FROM MANY points of view, such a body moid hretfli
tricf-* Were it faithfully accepted by all Jews, it mtM\
eliminate a good deal of expensive, duplicated act
a plethora of Jewish organizations. The resorts'
bring greater economy, increased efficiency and row
united voice of the world Jewish community oi
afti
The probable impossibility of establishing such M11
in the history of Jewish organizational activin which.Ukti
endeavor, shows diversity of opinion rather than unity* 1
mores and reflects distinction in taste. And perhaps thai
thing for the opposite would prove the bigot % cry-weal
trau the alleged Jewish inability to be an individear-i
the equally altered demand of Judaism for allegiance aujj
In practical terms, the reality of experience must
the B'nai B'nth suggestion. To begin with, what u uwi
:r> is not necessarily true far Jewv ol another,
what holds (or Jews of one community within a oven sen
therefore apply to Jews M an alternate commurutz. htf
important and by the very nature of Judaism and,
tion. there ran be no single, valid voice to reflect U*
indiMduaT Jc- '
Jewish philosophy warns us net to withdraw from the <
But this is only a means of neutralizing a fiercely prod I
dividualismthe Jew's direct contact with hi- God. the;
hi- congregation, the independence of Ins community frsal
neighU.r Historically, be holds great sntipatrn ton
r many generations, he has been the cruel
Even today, he needs no urging li regard tl
an example.
:-ii*1ern" concepts of efficiency therefor- dJcTJteTrm
he compromise his individualism for the sake of owtefl
- .1- a civic force, the Jew mast inevitably n ject the asm
"'e pa^t experience.
-
nauuOH AMD SfCtVSMN Mt PtiCTICAl gOAtS
EMOTIONAL ATTITUOIS aside, there are more mnerrtl
aside the B'nai B'nth plan Wou world.
f'' ^eek consultative representation at toe Lssal
I ponents of the plan might consider this ah- irdly wp
n onl> be regarded as the most smguLi > -uttix*}
1 nodj
r^ the achievement. Jews will h amwddl
hey are no longer Jews by religion an.l utisnaataj
nations in whuh they reside. The ambas-.. lors of Jh*J
is will speak (or their neighbors as Americans orEaflH
Frenchmen: but they will not speak for them 1
circumstances, Jews will have l
n based on religion and not
danger to world Jewr> than this.
sot stop there. Having community on the basis of religiow"
e and.having aoaght and been granted
'I Jewry's individual requirement." they must
planer of the very generalities against which they
1 iteration*
In short, being a Jew will constitute pnma lac*
Jewi eas b> nothing else.

wr cavi TMfft own am

4T*
Jhis CONFUSION of nationality with religion is
IS Jewry has been attempting to expose for nW
t>een especially vigorous in these activities during reens
ncresstagly prevalent effort on the part of maW
*nd individual* to invade and weaken the tradition*!.
trine of separation of church and state >.
On what conceivable basis could B'nai B'nth. H
tinue to assume its role as a leader in the strugsle **
twlan Infraction if it a|M leads a movement for the
a world Jewuh body which would act as spokesman <
ng the civic status of Jews everywhere'' Indeed,
the future status of Jewry'a struggle to maintain the r-
structure if not iptr* of Western democracy*
In the final analysis, most' of these argunwann
Prcsupp,,^. that all Jews identify through one orfl
least ,n wm,e fashion, with specifically JeW
means true To foist spokesmen on th**,
spoken b.r to endanger the individuaUty even o
Caafiawad ea Pee* *
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1956
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D. Soslein. spiri-
Temple Beth
juah. Brooklyn,
president of
san. of Hebrew
Jewish Institute
erica's semi-
Judaism. Rabbi
graduate of He-
>llege, has serv-
Emeth since
is Open
it Event
ereatrst show
imi," business, la-
eaders this week
les for the Aug. 7
It Baseball party
A
Shows Faith
:al Area
lorida's grnwintj
world of North-
id Stuzin, presi-
is' Federal Sav-
i. of Hialeah, has
tisement in the
Of the New York
ly 29.
advertisement is
i, Grow with Hia
ling to reports,
test-growing com-
er Miami, Stuzin
announcing the
ACREAGE
-$100 per Acre
Id* with Highway
Intage.
(150 per Acre
road and railroad
land, elevation 29
IS Town.
-$35 per Acre
anama City
jf-3 lot
[city water and sew
Irty. Price S28.000.
RADY
& Associates
REALTORS"
Pa. 12-1626
BEACH
ling Ocean
I-A Highway
mien, ready for
( Ormond
Ft. Coll:
LDFARR with
LIN, INC
16 MOO.
L7671
., FLORIDA
Acres
r0oed itrmi. Par-
[tracts or teat.
ront Apt.
IM return on
cash, leap,
Excfasive with:
SIMMONS
/for
>ple Ave.
4-3171
MARTIN COUNTY
and seacntatiaa or ranch acreage 4
miles from Cloverleof. Plenty highway
frantone. 3, 6 ar 12 lectio*., S110 ta
SIM par acrt.
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Excellent farm land kast sast of Rt.
441 SO acre*, SSSf par acra,
See Acreefo Specialist:
ROXIE THOMAS, Realtor
601 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY, POMPANO
Ph. Passe aaa 4*72
fveninns mmi Sunday far Appointment
KAY KNEFF-JA 4-2473, Ft. toadardela
FOR LEASE
M MIAMI'S CLOTHING
MANUFACTURING DISTRICT
Approximately 4,000 i^mmr* ft.
Exc.ll.nt far Naadla Trade.
Mad.m daylight ki9h coiling.
2 ratt reaasi. Spfcaaa wiring,
2 hurricane fans. $27S month.
375 N.W. 23rd St.
Phono Joe PI 7-4916
MARION COUNTY RANCH
465 ACRES
R. R. Frontage
Road Frontage
1300 FT. ON SEABOARD
lVi ACRES IN ALL
LUTHER SPARKMAN, Realtor
5375 Federal Hwy. Dania
Phone Hollywood 2-9717
TODAY'S BEST BUYS
NEAR AW BASE and BUILDING PROJECT
20 Acres on S.E. Comer
Tallahassee & Biscayne
S35O0 par Acra
60 Duplex lots only $ 1,000 eo.
Ac reaps Near Air Sasa
Excel leaf Sooc of a tie* lay*
60 Acres Good Farmland
$500 par Acra with Tara
CALL 1151 1351 HOMESTEAD
MAMIE P. SMITH, Realtor
247 SO. KROME AVI.
2 4i/4 ACRE PIECES
ntfjte Owl Ctvaawwolf 9*1 VvlfwfJ T&wUi
$2,750 each. Maw St. lack Canal sad
State Highway 76.
NORMAN L BUTLER
REALTOR
13030 N.W. 7th Ave. MU 1-1440
Homestead and
Redland Area
ACREAGE GROVES GLADE
CHKKEN RANCH BUSINESS PROPERTY
U.S. 1 FRONTAGE HOMISITES
Aayfhtea fa Real Estate
INDUSTRIAL LEASE
Will Build to Suit Light industry
or warihou" nn Beat Terms
2' 2 ACRE CORNER
Reaidential. 2 Miles North Homestead.
?6,000 Part Caen, Balance $30 Month
1U ACRE BUILDING SITE
Hi-Plne. sULTM
COOPER I McCLANAHAN
REALTORS
1324 N. Krema Ave. Ph. 1924
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
CAMP SMTES
Located in Ocala National Forest
Deer Hunting and Fishing area.
Priced at $500 each for 2'* aero
tracts while they 'last.
Acreage with Llatarack
Tone and tone of commercial lime-
rock. 200 acroa i* mile highway
frontage, modern cottagefor cit-
rus, farming or development 2%
milea from river. Price 62M per
acre.
Waan, Grove aad Lost Fraet
Completely furnished homot nd
garage apartment, ts acres of fin-
eat orange grove and several 100
feet of lake front. Price SS6.000
Terma.
Dear Heatars and Fishermenthis
is it: 20 Acres in Ocala
National Forest
Concrete block building with large
dining room, fireplace and kitchen.
2 concrete block cottages for sleep-
ing deep well electricity
lake front excellent fishing and
doer hunting at your door. Price
116,000.
LOTOIv rffwolT "*
On navigable lake10* foot lake
front, modern concrete block, all
conveniences. Price 127.500
HERMAN T. DYKES, Realtor
Mats Office: Tavaras, Florida
Rrancfc Office.
Moont Dare, Lake Ceonty. Florida
d 35411
MONEY
FOR FARMERS ar INVESTORS 250
Acres Slack Gold: Finest Frett-preef
Vigetakle lead in Palm Saack Caaaty.
Terms. Investigate aad lavest I
DIXIE REALTY
202 S. Olive, W. Palm Beach
Yfnpla 3-141S
Modern 3 aadraaai dwelling, 2 stocked
ktfcaa, improved pestnras, faacad. Tetol
ariee $55,000, as little as SI2,500
dawa wilt handle.
Contoct Jiej Parrish, Associate
HERBERT GOLDMAN, Realtor
Robertson Bldg., Ocala, Fla.
Phone MArion 2-4474
BEAUTIFUL RANCH
3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced
and 12 miles of private canal planted
in select grass. Only 12 minutes drive
to Palm Beach.
$110 per Acre
uitable for dairy farm, ranch de-
lopment or home. Purchase from
glnal
Best Buys in Acreage
UNPARALLELED LOCATION
Subdivision Merritt Island A1A
FRONTAOE. Orsino frontage. Faces
general store and U.S. Poat Office. 355
Iota. For other strategic Merritt Is-
land properties:
Call 9-0107
Wilma Russa, Broker
GLENN MITCHELL, Realtor
Dialing fa All Types of Acreage
2422 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. PH. 2-4244
HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
to.
orig
Phono:
owner. For complete data
Priced at
$1,500 Por Aero
$3,000 Por Aero
Csatact Asraapa
JAckssa 4*1411
My -aW MgM
ANACONDA kalty
COMPANY
343 fAIT LAS OUS IIV4.
FT. U4tfR4AU
FRanklin 3-9922
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
404 INGRAHAM BLDG., MIAMI
POMPANO AREA
Motel Site
HERE is the most perfect keek of
lead available far a tap watch
motel. 250' frontage on U. S. No. 1
aad overlooks golf caarsa a* aast
and yacht basin aa west. Can't he
closed in. Won't last long. Better
key aaw.
Highway Corner
A PERFECT career in downtown
Pompone. Priced ta sell ar can he
Beach Business
THIS
of P
prspsrti on beach side
is seeed far business.
property hachjaad, runs
ftess street te street aad is saaed
ffWs^r"i4-|"T.
Residential Lots
WE hove 20 lets close in town, od
joining sfcappinp, center, that can
he aaegjht by builder t investor at
right price.
FOR ALL REAL ESTATE
IN POMPANO
90 to .
Real Estate Sales
2763 ATLANTIC BLVD.
Phone 7337
POMPANO, FLA.
1200 Acres Lake
Frontage
Nice High Pinelond
Only $110 par Acra
BREVARD
COUNTY
H C. BURNS
116 Willard St.
Cocoa, Florida
SPtCIAUSTS IN
BREVARD COUNTY
PROPERTY
Wt NAVE ANYTHING YtW
WANT, LARGE OR SMALL
Read Frantano
e Ocean fraatnaa
a Botinott Sites
e fcasMfwaat Praperties
a Graves and Homes
Ph. Cocoa 474 or 3177
Waterfront
For Sale
12,400 Ft. Waterfront on
40 Sq. Mile Lake
Appraised at $30 to $45 per front ft.
Will sail far $22.50 par treat ft. Re-
sponsible boyer names asm terms.
Contact!
RICK ANGLE
11 N.E. 1st St.
Gainesville, Fla.
Ph. FR 6-5171 or
Melrose GR 5-2343
Brokers Protected
FORT MYERS on Lower Gulf Coast
midway between Tampa and Miami
haa become a YEAR 'ROUND MECCA
for out-of-atatera seeking a permanent
abiding place in thia perfect clime.
Thousands of homes will be in demand
each year aa the population increases.
Adjoining the city this S40-acre tract
fronting over 2 milea along a popular
atate road leading to the nearby fa-
mom fishing grounds offers an ideal
opportunity for developers of home-
aitao and houaing projects. Included
within it at the intersection of tr--e
important roads is a prominent corner
of 30 acres ideal for a ahopoing carter
also three sites for three large beau-
tiful lakes. Entire tract available at
SSSO an aero, IS cash and 10 years at
*fc interestrelease clauses arcanre-i.
FOR THE BEST in etatewide LAND
investments contact NATIVE DEAL-
ERS, the JFFFCOTT Realty Invest-
ments. 2400 First St.. Fort Mvers. Fla.
WITH LAC00CHEE
RIVER FRONTAGE
2,100 ACRES with vnr 4 miles af river
frantoae and 1'/> mile aa main bi,h-
way. Completely fenced 400 acres im-
proved postore. Ideal far larpa ranch
ar far development. Contact Jim Par-
risk, Associote, %r
HERBERT GOLDMAN, Realtor
Robertson Bldg., Ocala, Fla.
Phone MArion 2-4476
There's Profit In
MERRITT ISLAND
For the host bays m NUrritt Island,
from $250 par acra ap, call
RALPH T. FOLWELL
411 Olympia Bldg. 12-2031
Wyman Atkins
REALTOR
Dealing im Lew Price Acreage
12789 W. Dixie Hwy.
Ph. 89-1935 PL 8-8332
A RIAL BARGAIN .
S Acres
S AMIES WEST Of GOULDS
SR40 par Acra Goad T
160 Acres High Pine
2 RULES EXCELLENT ROAD
FRONTAGE
feeef far Development
a
60 Acres High Pine Land
1320' FRONTAOE EVERGLADES
PARR ROAD
Corner property, 3300' fatal rand
frontage, connecting city tiastts af
Florida City. $2200 per Acre.
Keen Lovell Real Estate
1*421 Federal Hwy., Parriae
CALL FOR AP>tOINTMENT
Phone 817-9015



Mew PlasHc 'Snap-on' Lid Makes
Borsch! Decanter Handy Helpmate
When I. Rokeach L Sams, toe.,
introduced their wmeyB.,r>,ht.n
he table, but idea> started to come made o ^
in from homemakers across the oecanter tight IP c
class decanters when empty-
N,w. Rokeach increase* the pos-
of its Borscht decanter
boaseroaken .<
snap-on lid.
The lid tits the
ta from homemakers across u, ... niin,xlt
country on how to use the ^gftjg^,, mo*ure-proof.
: r\
Rokeach Purchases
Additional Plant
BeaMMuci He
rornf
Two si-tew who hod not seen
each other for 18 years greet
^AST^^SSSaR
Miss Sel-
eft who arrived
with 'he assist-
From the Home
pertinent
test*
ma Bonhady
S,or, sauce* -.p.. ^ik, and from Condor,
Announcement other liquid, m the ret,igersto, ,J ance of Lrud Htas
the decanter- Fach dcc.intei will embraces sisiei
h dTquar. hou.d Bortfeld. on artist who lives in
Wind colors wool, rug yarn. New York. They separated in
straw, twine or raffia around cen 1938.__________________________
ter and top portion "l '
I -e one or more COloi
unique designs, lncn fl" "
iced or hoi drinks, even dulled
soups, and bring right to the table
food specialties," ,,,r serving.
NEW YORK
has been made by Henry Camson,
president of I Rokeach & Son-,
inc.. that the board of directors
of the company has approved the
purchase of properties and facili-
ties of Home Town Foods. Inc.
These extensive produce facili-
will enable the Rokeach or-
ganization to produce an appealing
line of frozen
Gamson said.
With this purchase Rokeach ob-
tains the physical properties and
equipment which cover ten acres
of land in Hani-. N V complete
machinery and production facili-
ties for the line 1 product- which
will become a part of the family
of Rokeach food- and household
items.
-
SUITS YOU
TO A"T"
Attractive glass kitchen canisters
can be made from a set ol decan
ters bv lettering them FLOI R
SUGAR, s.M.T, TEA The simples!
lettering ran be done with red nail
polish Fach decanter holds 4 cups
and it- easy to see when supplies
are running low.
Painted decanters make interest-
ing flower vases help- keep the
children occupied, too Lei them
me solid color- and decateomanias,
if desired.
A do-it-yourself modern lamp
can be easily made from the empt)
decanter. Just decorate with oil
paints, wire it. and add .1 shade.
A children's candy ir, all their
their very own. will delight the
yeUBgsters. Trim decanter- with
SW, nur-ery or fairy tale figures
and fill with lollipops and hard
candies. Have several around si
birthday parties, some Idled with
long pretzel sticks, some with long
peppermint sticks
A quart measuring jar is handy
household help that's easj la hum
Using small measuring cup as
guide, nil with water, and mark
off measurement lines on with red nail polish.
North Shore Ladies
Schedule Dance
North Sfa '' B'neiB'rith
Women, will hold tax
summer dance op Sunday, JtU) -*
at the Mont.' Carlo hotel
Chairmen are ria Shew and
Helen Greenfield, who anoeui
Wi dm -lay that the affair begins
at 9 p m
The home of Bee Bobbins OW
Hawthorne ave Miami Bi at* wai
ih -eerie ol a '"member-bring mem
her' luncheon on Monday, Ethel
Rolnick, vice president <>t North
Shore chapter MM host!
Splash Potty Stwriwy
Sisterhood of THereth Israel
Northslde Center will hold a splash
party Saturday night at the Para-
dise motel. Chairman of the event
h, Mrs Usury Kiseoberg.
Game's Proceeds
To Flagler-Granada
Take me out to the hall game" 1
will be the order of the evening
on Saturday. July 28. when the 1
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commuhi-
i\ (nter sponsors the game be-1
tween the Montreal Royals, leaders
ol th. league, and the Marlins. Mia-
mi own hopefuls.
Proceeds of the Flagler-Granada
ticket -ale will go to the scholar-
ship fund which provides Sunday
nehool training and summer camp
lies for needy children.
Flagler C.ranada night at the
hall gsme will be a real family
night, since purehase of_a ticket
l,,r an adult through Elagler-
Granada will mean that all young
stem in the family get in gratis."
-aid ticket co chairman Mrs. S.
it, in and Mrs. S. Goldberg.
II \ -hme on the green of a base-
ball diamond while experts battle
it out for the glory of the league.
out to the ball park on July
2H f>r an exciting experience."
the} added
$m
Miss Ellen Burks,|
loser h Thomas La-
the daughter of 5]
Joseph Burke.
His parents an
Alexander Wa
Uruguay.
betrothal was at aj
ner last week in %\
bleau hotel. Hen
gagement party
stayed with reiamd
Mrs. Leo Minkoft t J
blvd.
Guaranteed Kosher
Rabbi Jacob Coke*
Southwest Jewish Center
Holds Unique Lawn Party
.\i w/lj formed Southwest J<
' 1 1 Itl r met lor I lawn part;
da> at the Richman hon
spiritual leader Ra..... Abl
Levitan addressed somi
sons in attendance. Also -1 n
was Morn- Harris, congn
president. Rotten Richman was
program chairman.
Included m the program were 1
Mincha and Maariv mi.
I ducted by religious chairman Moi
ria Brooks.
Mizrachi Women
Slate Convention
\ru yORK Mizrachi
m "i America will hold
u- ;ti-i snnusl nstional convention
,n Atlantic 'it> N .1 Od 21
through 24. it vai i this
w h bj Mr- S Deborah Finn, na-
tional pn -. 1< nl ol the wei
religious Zionist organizatioe
Mure than l.mx) di repre
60.000 Mizrachi Women
throughout Hie country, will

The 1 enl on will be the 17th
to hi
held bj Mizrachi Worn, n in Allan
tic City.
'/Mifmh Gomes' Held Weekly
MitZl : \ rib Shore
Centei
- ash in. ida) at 12 3d p m ,
Carlo h
Mrs. Ross Named Morale
Jo Medical Center Convention
Mrs. Milt.m Rom. has been chosen
h delegate of Coral chapter.
American Medical Center at Den-
\. r
She will leave shortly for Den-
ver to attend the Center's annual
convention, and will report to the
chapter on convention business
win 1. -b. returns here.
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NO SALT!
Holland Hi
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NO SUGAR! m*nmi.m**l
Ask /or them in yew food Market, Heehk
or Drugstore
Holland Honey Cake Caj
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Excitingly Different Taste!
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W...S0CIHL1IE
BH
Friends are happy to hear that Mrs. L*uit Hartx
is convalescing at her S. Miami ave. home, follow-
ing her auto accident in Cuba. .
Mr*. Hartz. who was hospitalized here, is a pio-
neer founder of Beth David Sisterhood and the
rummage store division of the former Jewish
Welfare Bureautoday's Jewish Family Service.
jmont, 2390 Coral Way, have been spendine the sum-
fGranada in Brooklyn to be near Mrs. aV sister, who
wilL return to Miami at the end of August.
Her* A post card with a picture of Ciudad de
by Harry and Sua Zukarnick. .
Iways send you the same view of Mexico," Sue and
pfway, it's cool here, which certainly is a change from
Be Geld captivated a large audience the other night
artistry at the Beach Community Center. .
cious, 12-year-old daughter of Mrs Rose Gold. Teach-
Robin.
!>>>
Comings Dep't.: Meridian ave.'s Mr. and Mrs. Aba Sale-
Clemens, Michigan, then to Pittsburgh to spend the
lr family. Taking it easy at Duncraggan Inn. Hen-
are the Samuel Uptons, Mr. and Mrs, Charles
KoTkins... Also refaxihg and beating the heat there
Morris Branner with children Susan and Marc; Mr.
Rom and Susan, Jimmy and Bobby; and the Howard
daughter Leretta. Beth Raphael Congregation's
tibbi Arie Backer is back in the pulpit following his
IK1* >
>lub left their N. Bay rd. home last week and will
the SS United States Aug. 4. .
their continental tour will be a visit with son Lt.
Itioned in Metz, France.
Waldman's Crown hotel are Northern Jewish leaders
l. Sara Markowitx. ..
rw York City and is a member of the executive com-
lamizrachi of America and the group's representative
lizatipn political action committees. .
from Philadelphia, is president of the Tri-State chap-
in's Branch, Union of Orthodox Congregations of
[also vacationing at the Crown is Philadelphia's Cantor
Temple Beth Zion.
1550 Jefferson ave., is recuperating following major
iL *
president of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary,
[the Aged.
lingerie shower honored bride-elect Janet Lazarus
Algiers. .
re Mariana Sineer, Linda Kaplan and Mrs. Barry
t-to-be is Marshall Papater.
liers: A bird cage motif was the theme of a birthday
each's Florence Kovner this week. .
cage signified the arrival of her flock from various
f. To wit:
Babys and children Bruce and Star, Corpus Christ i;
nard Kovner, New York; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
fli. and daughter Carol. .
[to fete the lovely grandmother were localites Mr. and
rt, the Ban Snyders and Mrs. Frances Fisher.
the interest shown in her exhibit of original paint-
ramie at the Normandy Isle Branch of Washington
, Mrs. Fran Williams' show will be extended to Aug.
Burth in "a series sponsored by the savings and loan
ranged by UM artist Eugene Matsin. Staffer Mrs.
ro. 933 SW 4th st., is taking a long vacation trip this
[visiting friends on Miami Beach. .
tL
ovnan s
orld
u^Jliewivilslb-IEIIiOiciidlilQUR
Temple Sinai's newly installed officers, left to right, Al Sher-
man, president of the Temple; Mrs. Howard Novell, president
of the Sisterhood; E. Albert Pallot, installing officer; Charles
Bimbach, president of the Men's club.
Temple Sinai Holds First Installation
A milestone occasion occurred
Sunday evening for North Dade's
Temple Sinai when the first offi-
cers of the Temple, Sisterhood and
Men's club were installed at a joint
installation dinner dance in the
Biltmore Terrace hotel.
E. Albert Pallot, prominent Mi-
ami attorney and president of Dis-
trict Grand Lodge 5 of B'nai B'rith,
acted as installing officer.
Installed for the Temple wore
Al Sherman, president; Dr. Val
Bloch. first vice president; Dr. Al-
Rands Play Host
To Family Reunion
Local residents Mr. and Mrs. I.
Rand, Miami, and their son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Har-
old Rand, Miami Beach, are hosts
to a family reunion this summer.
Daughter Mildred and her hus-
band. Dr. Saul Riesenberg, are here
with their three sons from Pago-
Pago, American Samoa, where Dr.
Riesenberg, a noted anthropologist,
was engaged in a reaserch project.
Following their stay here, they
will return to their home in Hono-
lulu, where he is an associate pro-
fessor of anthropology at the Uni-
versity of Hawaii.
Also down for the family reunion
are Jerry Rand and wife Alice
from Richmond, Va.
To complete the happy occasion.
Mrs. Victor Dembrow, the former
Harriet Rand, is now residing per-
manently in Miami with her physi-
cian husband, following his recent
completion of a fellowship tenure
in surgery at Memorial Hospital in
New York.
vin Krasne, second vice president;
Mrs. Harvey Cutler, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Russell Verga, corre-
sponding secretary; Howard Apte,
treasurer.
Officers of the Sisterhood are
Mrs. Howard Novell, president;
Mrs. Leon Lipsick, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Herman Rodstein, sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Carl Lip-
ton, recording secretary; Mrs. Lois
Bergert, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Howard Apte, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Walter Wilner, treas-
urer.
Men's club -officers are Charles
Birnbach, president; Harvey Cut-
ler, first vice president; Harold
Greene, second vice president; Ed-
ward Strawgate, third vice presi-
dent; Sam LaRoche, secretary; Carl
Lipton, treasurer.
Mrs. Ellis Marks was program
chairman for the affair.
JWY Yet Auxiliary
Slates Swim Party
Ladies' Auxiliary of Coral Gables
Jewish War Veterans Post 243 will
hold a membership swim party Sat-
urday evening. Aug. 4. Site is Won-
derland Nursery, 1335 SW 67th
ave.
In charge of information is Mrs.
Julius Seidner, who Wednesday re-
Miami Sends Two
Delegates to Meet
Mrs. David Kames, of 8037 SW
14th st., and Mrs. Herbert B. Wil-
en.ky. 3B85 SW 5th st. will be of-
ficial delegates to the 49th nation-
al auxiliary convention of the Jew-
ish National Home for Asthmatic
Children to be held July 29
through Aug. 1 in Denver, it was
announced Wednesday by Mrs.
Fannie E. Lorber, JNHAC presi-
dent.
Mrs. Kames is president of the
Greater Miami chapter and Mrs.
Wilensk" is president of the Lor-
ber cha-'er. Both chapters devote
their year-round efforts in support-
ting the medical and research pro-
gram of the National Home, the
only charitable institution of its
kind in America.
Mrs. Wilensky said the famed
Denver Children's Home provides
free treatment to children of all
races, color and creed who suffer
from chronic intractable asthma.
Founded in 1007, the National
Home occupies 7 4 acres near the
foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
As official delegates to the
JNHAC auxiliary convention. Mrs.
Kames and Mrs. Wilensky will par-
ticipate in various work sessions
which will center about the expan-
sion and progress the National
Home has made in its treatment
land research areas.
Dr. M. Murray Peshkin, chief
national medical consultant of the
I Home and former president of the
! American College of Allergists.
j wTil be honored at ceremonies ded-
icating a building named in his
j honor and which was aided in its
construction through efforts and
{support of the Greater Miami and
Lorber chapters.
Mrs. Kames said one of the key
problems facing the National Home
is the necessity for continued ex-
pansion of its facilities because of
tb> great number of requests for
admission from needy and severely
asthmatic children throughout the
nation. The average stay of chil-
dren at the Home is approximately
two years, during which time all
their needsmedical, phychologi-
cal, educational and spiritualare
cared for without cost to their par-
ents.
vealed that the auxiliary member
and runner-up who bring in the
most new members will receive a
weekend, gratis, at two local mo-
tels. *
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New Ladies' Group
In Member Affair
Newly formed chapter of Gilbert
Balkin lodge of B'nai B'rith will
meet for a "meraber-bringra-mem-
ber" coffee Tuesday evening, July
31, at the Colony restaurant.
Officers of the chapter are the
Mesdames Bernard Broads, presi-
dent; Belvin Friedson, Murray
Skup and Simon E. Lipsky. vice
presidents; Al Rosen, recording sec-
retary; Gordon Einhorn, corre-
sponding secretary.
The Mesdames David Sachs, fi-
nancial secretary; Phil Kaplan,
social secretary; Morris Herman,
treasurer: Martin Draluck, senti-
nel; Robert I. Tanner, parliamenta-
rian; and Marvin Kutner, historian.
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Kraner
The bride wore a gown of chon-
..ce and tulle over satin Tbe
sleeve bodice featured a
square scalloped neckline outlined
*equins and pearls.
i Leoaa- -muda The> will live fashioned in
ndegroom. Ger.e Labti ith a front panel of lace.
tbe br.de> brother, and Knrtifl
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teL Tbe couple wiQ
Havana. Cuba.
Tbey will be at
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Mont* *! Rahhi
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Mr and lac* F La,
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Ml Dave Fmmer.
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Mr* Wagner wore gold
lace as natron of nor
The bndegr -
Mr and Mr- Hot Pert 3909
Garden ave M.arr.. Beach }>..-
brother. Leonard Pcrfcm was
man
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on a lace covered Bible.
Maid of honor was Miss Entelle
Krasner. sister of tbe bridegroom
Mr- Babe Scburowita. ansst of
bnde. was matron of honor.
Ann Apner. siter of tbe bode. Ra-
chel Schurowitz. con of tbe
bride Lntd Tobias, and Suzanne J^^,"
Glasser were bridesmaid*.
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he Weds Former
srafc Sdent
EdytM ion was married
^^San* n her mother's
i4. Rabbi Jacob H.
Seltmans Make
Tour of Florida
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Sunday, July 22, at Wald-
man's Crown hotel, Miss Eleanor
Krutel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Krutel, 1567 Drexel ave., be-
came the bride of Dr. Herbert K.
Seltman, son of Mr. and Mm. Alex
Seltman, 901 SW 23rd ave. Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky officiated at the 6:30
p.m. rites.
Best man was Dr. Morton Selt-
man, brother of the groom. Ushers
were Fred Krutel and Alvin Rosen.
Bridesmatrons were .Mrs. Alvin
Bakst and Mrs. Alvin' Rosen,
The bride selected a town of im-
ported chantilly lace with illusion
neckline, long sleeres to wrist
point and fitted bodice. The very
bouffant skirt extended Into a
Chapel train reembroidered with
mother of pearls. Her four-tiered
French illusion veil was attached
to a crown of spun glass. For some-
thing borrowed, the bride carried
white orchids on her sister-in-law's
wedding Bible.
The bride was .a Coronation
Queen at Miami Beach High School
and attended the University of Mia-
mi and University of Florida. She
is now employed bj the Mercantile
Natjonal Bank of Miami Beach.
Dr. Seltman attended the Univer-
sity of Miami, University of Pitts-
burgh and was graduated from
Chicago College of Optometry. He
is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi and
Omega Epsilon Phi. He is also a
member of Little River lodge of
Odd Fellows and holds a commis-
sion in the Army reserve.
After a reception and formal din-
ner, the couple left by car for a
tour of Florida. Upon their return,
they will make their home in
Miami.
Kaplan performed the ceremony at
the Shelborne hotel.
Miss Solomon is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Solomon, 9359 La
Gorce dr., Miami Beach.
The bridegroom is the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Bera C. Sillag,
and the nephew of Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Starr, 1431 Alton rd., Mia-
mi Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Feldman
acted as best man and matron of
honor.
The bride was given in marriage
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MISS MAOMI LtVINSON
MISS tVA ROSA
Miss Levinson Eyes December
Naomi J. Levinson met Arthur
I. Wohlgemuth in the library at
the University of Florida where
they were both students. Now, four
years. later, her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph R. Levinson, of Holly-
Engaged Couple
Making Plans
A blind date during the April
holidays led to the announcement
of the engagement of Renee Tau-
bes and Jay Murray Gilden.
The bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Taubes, 9248 Emer-
son ave., Surfside, are revealing
the troth.
Miss Taubes, formerly of Hew-
lett, L.I., attended Woodmere High
School and graduated from Miami
Beach High School. She attended
the University of Miami.
Mr. Gilden is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gilden, of Teaneck.
N.J. He graduated from Teaneck
High School and Rutgers Univer-
sity with a BS in preveterinary
medicine. He is a member of Tau
Delta Phi fraternity.
The couple plan a December
wedding.
by her father.
Mr. Starr is formerly from Israel.
The couple will live at 1929
Lenox ave., Miami Beach.
he American Express Company
Tour of Israel
over the
Jewish Nigh Holidays
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
Wtr th sponsorship of
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wood, are annoucing their engage-
ment
The bride-elect, who also attend-
ed the University of Miami, is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sor-
ority. She was active with the
Florida Players.
Mr. Wohlgemuth is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Wohlgemuth,
535 NE 2nd ave. After studying at
the University of Florida, he serv-
ed two years in the Army. He re-
sumed his tudies at the University
of Miami.
The couple plan a December
wedding.
MISS JtENEf TAUBtS
Miami Senior High School. She
was a member of BZB B'nai B'rith
Girls.
Mr. Park is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Park, 250 SW 61st
ave. He attended Lindsey Hopkins
Vocational High School.
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Rosas Announce
Eva's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosa, 2400
SW 24th st., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Eva, to
Arthur Norman Park.
The bride-elect graduated from
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13* N.W. 3rd Av*., Miami
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Jewish Holidays. Call 6:30 p.m. to
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MIAMI RESIDENT, wishes te moke
acqaaintaace of childless widew or
unmarried women. Ohject matrimony.
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Frisiery,
Latin American Baritone to Keynote
D'Artega's Final Stint Sunday Eve
D'Artega will appear in his third Arloga:
Brasileiro. famarata: C.ra-
El
,nd final stint as guest conductor | nada and Silveno Perez. Lara;
Mian, Sun, Rehcaru, PadiUa^ ^ ^
frier Symphony Orchestra Sunday
evming. July 29. at the Miami
Bc;'ch auditorium.
of Fire from El Amor Brujo. de
Falla- Crepusculo (In the Blue W
Thislwth"concert of the summer the Evening). I) Artega. < onfett.
nan Nt* as guest artist. Theme Epanf IT,nee d '".''
of the program will be the musie Guana? o.e.tu.e. Gomel. r
,,! spam and Latin America. das da mi (.u.tarra. Lan.
I include the Cuban te U'Jiero
mi GuiUrra.
i aballaros;
Caateliana
();.;S b Ern'e^l^uona. 1, Sam*, Uflmn, 1**-- Ven-
Comoarsita Tango, RodrigueD-1dor ... Morocco. Simoons, noo
Ye/low Cob Company Will
Double Airport fleet Service
Yellow Cab Company will al-
mc-l double its airport limou-me
fleet by the start of the winter

Columbia
Office for
,-olumbia Sc^^tlt^wnyjjl
Denver, has announced tht open-
mi of an affiliate office in ita na
oU.de chain at 201 SEl^tave.
,.n. ,n the Columbia Securities
"iflami office of the nationally-
known dealer in over the-counter; niter corporation f..r Fhrlfc ||
seoirmcs opened for business was alao real estate and fIIlaJ|
Branch office* In other editor of the Miami Beach %
will be opened won.! FYeataan said he will saJ_
affiliate office will personnel appointments fork
er the counter Miami office this week.
market', Prom Its Miami headqaa%|
will
Prior to that Ui
ciated with Columbia u
honae office In th. Reieardt
partment. '
A former Miami adveramj-
public relations counselor/s3
man was sales manager for wl
r.i( eii.. i a. ..
Monda)
Florida cities
The Miami
make a market in ovr
will make
lecurities tmt will matte a
ianl> in Florida underwriting*.! ( olambm Securities
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SMl with addition of 40 new air ^ 1|u,n. ,
%ditioned limousines, according \ 7 i t.nc
to ,n announcement by president opera, he has been heard m loi
WilMam Segal Wednesday. rolei with the Teatro Colon, Boa-
yellow will have a fleet of 90 no> Aires, Teatro Bellas Artes,
lim. usines serving Miami Interns- ^^o a mi wiIh ||)(, Tt.atri,
ti.'.il Airport, making it the Iar-
M,rv Municipal Santiago. I nile.
Well known for his recordings In
Tico. Abreu-D'Arti
Also scheduled is a peafonnance
..t Suite No 2 lion. Carmen bj
Bizet.
(In I can-born Hernan Pelayo is
enjoying his lirst American tour
tins geason, Pelayo is considered mcordmc
b, top critics ol Latin America to Spanish, he ta the top rrc. i ng
artist ol the -spanish Music < enier
leaaed wires to Columbii't
in various cities of the na)
gesi and most modern airport
i;i n the country.
New Figures Point to Increasing
Tree Money' and Buying Power
Lipton. president of tion. "How much monej does the ^^hey'are among the first thou
Savings and Loan other fellow save'" Upton added ^ ^ purfnnv,, tuk(.t, for ,n,
Jiseph M
I1 | Federal
Assn., has announced June 30.
1936, figures
ir t i which mdi
cate "there is
mi e discretion
income In
thi- area than ev-
er before."
I li.u portion
oi a family's in
cone which is
left after neces-
s a r j < xpena iipton
have been paid is
de.-crihed by economists as discre-
i ary income," Lipton explained.
It is this "free" money in family
lit* ,ip> which permits purchases of
mi ly luxuries such as vacation
trips, new automobiles and home
<: tertainment gadgets.
' Florida, a vacationer's paradise,
i- :ultimate indeed to have such
discretionary income and buying
p er on the increase." the Dade ;
F< eral president pointed out. Lip-
toi i- a director of the United
States Savings and Loan League
an> a member l the executive
ci unities 11 the Florida Savings
Loan Lei
New figures released by Dade
F< eral Savings and I.can Assfl .
i" des emphasizing the increase
in iublic buying power, also tend
t< answer another popular q
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Pelayo's North American debut as
soloist wa> ,,11 lour with the noted
South American conductor. Ernes-
to Lecuona RCA Vietor Is now
iting I long term contract
with Peli
Concert patrons will have
chance to get a free recording of
"Stradivari ( hampagne.'* a compo-
sition b> guest conductor D'Artega,
William 1 Femberg. of Denver.
nresidesj the parent compaay.
announc. d that Kirby FreemaiC of offer market quotations *
Miami will 1m- general manager of stocks to the South Florida,
Honda operation!. ins public.
,-man recently returnedI to Ml- j ColumbilL s^^^
ami from Calitomia where he was
,.,,, ,, the trading department for M*e4aiiiee in underwnta,
eight offices of the firm in that stocks in young, vigorous i
tlona with stability
OVER $100,000,000 IN RESOURCES
SAVE WITH STRENGTH AND EARN
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Lipton divided the total of sav
ines at Hade Federal. S83.347.-
597 77. by the number oi
54492. and came up with the an-
swer that savings aecoui I
off at SI.540 84 per saver.
This figure ol S1.54U84 pi
er at present : than the
aver..-! per -aver two ;<
Then the average was SI
And two years ige was
greater than two years previous
"The financial statement
that Dade Federal Savings ,,t,d
Loan Assn.. with tour I". I
-. July 29 performance
Climb I ^1.171.286. I- one of
county's largest sevtap insti-
tutions. It i- among the top 80
of the : more than 6.000
nd loan amoeiattaaa,'' Lip-
ud
I iptOfJ added that the S83.347 -
..< Dade Federal
jnd Loan Assn jre a
jment to the wisdom and pa-
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Spiritual Leader Leaving Pulpit for Challenging Post
linent Miami Beach spir-
ler will leave his pulpit
take on duties of a new
is Rabbi Jonah Caplan,
pth Israel Congregation.
jbbi Caplan, the change
coincide with his 25th
nry in the rabbinate.
about last February, Dr.
'Belkin. president of Yesh-
(ivcrsity, canjc to Rabbi
with the suggestion that
ni' Yeshiva's director of
[relations for the Florida
3e the decision to accept
Ikin's generous offer in
Rabbi Caplan explained
iday. "What must be un-
is that I am not leaving
ive rabbinate. I am merely
my viewpoint."
rding to the spiritual lead-
ivill be changing his duties
Religious leader of a con-
>n to active participation
^programs of higher learn-
a noted American univcr-
Ibbi is constantly concern-
education," he said. "He
tally educating his eongre-
||n the precepts of Jewish
and law. Yeshiva Univer-
Bs the same id its rabbini<>
except with emphasis an
kturc spiritual leaders and
)le as tomorrow's Jewish
n,
a glutton for challenge,
find the prospects of my
it exciting. In view of the
Idous growth of Yeshiva
sity, with its many gradu-
Id undergraduate divisions.
Dr. Belkin's offer irresist-
>i Caplan explained that
as Yeshiva's director of
[relations will be especially
"because I am, myself, a
graduate, and I feel a
kinship for the school,
lean Jews have always
recipients of educational
Its from other segments of
Hnerican community Yesh
[Diversity offers us the op-
ty of playing host. This
uy participation in the job
toffers many compensa-
tor the losses I may experi-
fin leaving the pulpit at this
bi Caplan's job will be to
Be Jews of Florida with the
programs of Yeshiva Uni-
ty. At present, he explained,
chool wages an active cam-
here only in the winter
Ihs. when the area's popula-
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others about the school's work
and progress."
Rabbi Caplan will open perma-
nent quarters in the Miami Beach
Federal bldg. on Jan. 1. Until
that time, his offices will be hous-
ed in temporary quarters "some-
where on Lincoln rd."
Rabbi Caplan graduated from
Yeshiva University's rabbinic
seminary in June, 1981thus the
25th anniversary celebration. His
first pulpit was in Miami in the
fall of that year, when he became
spiritual leader of Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation today
known as Beth El Congregation.
He subsequently filled pulpits
in Providence, R.I., and Astoria,
L.I., at Beth El there, where ,he
stayed until 1951, when he was
transferred to San Antonio, Tex.
He returned to Miami as spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation in September, 1954.
Rabbi Caplan is married to
Lena, the daughter of Cantor
Samuel Herman, of Toronto, Can.
They have three children, Faith,
a student at Yeshiva's Stern Col-
lege for Women; Shulamith, sen-
ior at Miami Beach High School;
and Shlomo, fifth grader at He-
brew Academy.
Rabbi Reflects on 25 Years in Pulpit;
Views New Job With American Youth
fAMI JONAH CAPlAN
. f lattaa far challenge
tion" includes tourists from many
parts of the country.
"What we intend doing is to
bring together the school's matny
friends and patrons into an active
and year-round Greater Miami
Committee for Yeshiva Univer-
sity, whose purpose it will be to
"Before leaving for my first
pulpit in Miami, I sought advice
and guidance from the late ven-
erable and scholarly Chief Rabbi
of Montreal, Canada, Zvi Hirsch
Cohen, of blessed memory, cousin
on my,mother's side. He suggest-
ed that there were two roads to
follow in the rabbinate.
"There was the short road
which really was the long one.
To attempt to reach success via
sensationalism and publicity may
load one to confuse popularity
for success. On the other hand,
selfless devotion to idealism and
exemplary Jewish living, may ap-
pear to be the long road, but is in
essence the shortest distance to
success. Being all things to all
men is the road to failure not suc-
cess."
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation, recalled these thoughts
Wednesday on the occasion of his
announcement that he was leav-
ing Kneseth Israel's pulpit to ac-
cept the (Iirectorship of public
relations in Florida for Yeshiva
University. He told The Jewish
Floridian:
"I have endeavored to follow
the advice of this sainted scholar
I

25 YEARS AGO: Rabbi Caplan
(left) with Nathan Adelman.
president of Miami Jewish Or
thodox Congregation, on occa-
sion of arrival here to accept
first pulpit following graduation
from Yeshiva University.
in my 25 years of service as a
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Tender Octet Leave Home to Enrcl! in Northern Schools
Eight
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.he tender a*es
14 anc
eave Sunday
rn in g Iroai
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tective a t
jher

h r. \ rern
jdMfttl AD
gradu-
ior bif" school'
Jepartmer.t of
tie Greater IfiajU Hebree Acad-
emy they are:
Haney FinreMeir. soa of Mr
and Mrs. Jack Pinkelstein 405 SW
22nd rd.. Miami
Ira Imberman. and
Mrs. Jacob W Irv.berrr.ar. 5280 SW
5th Hiami
Nathaniel Lauer MM of Mr
nd Mr-. Aaron S. Lauer 345 Mer
jdian ave.. Miami Beach
Seymour Spolter MM of Mr
and Mrs I-adore Spolter 817 Len
tx ave. Miami Beach
Sidney Shap.ro. KM of Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, 929 Meridian
ave. Miami Beach.
Ifetvin Ciment. son Ol Mr and
Mrs. Jack Ciment. 1026 Euclid ave
Miami Beach.
Irving Kelemer. son of Cantor
and Mrs. Berele Kelemer, 1230 SW
13th st.. Miami.
Irving Wolfe, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Wolfe. Nautilu-t dr..
Miami Beach.
With the exception of Ira and
Irving, all the youngsters will be.
attending Yeshiva High School of
the Rabbinical College of Telshe
in Cleveland. O Ira will enter the,
high >chool department of yeshiva
University in New York, while Irv-
ing will enroll in Chofetz Chaim
School at Baltimore.
At a time when most young-tersi
their age are preparing to become
HudenU of various high -chools
Seymour
HHthirn
tet Wedadaj expo"- _
their asotrws for *""*J* ~ .
go to the Nortfccn *W.-
bj^ a kx o( teate"
Nathan?*!, for ****** '
a Je* Blast go i
odw< WeVe oerr b*e tL ip
dm grades m Hebrew awl H
Of corse we asesl ce*uae
tm Er ** *****? ** *
euRstance. but why should we
>top the Hebrew
According to Sej-moor high
n a iti-tr r*>
portunity to develop oor Jrmar.
fwckgrounds as* afford os a rtor*
intelligent ability to make dec:
tfl whether we >houid go
tr. alter that in Hebrew work or
We couldc: Ij make
- a decision I -
Of all the boy- only Harvey
know "at he
to become a rabbi m think-
he would like to be an engineer,
and Ira hopes to be a chemit The
other* are not >t fui!y decided
But Nathaniel explained, "we
may very well decide to become
rabbi' later That why were go-
ing out-of-tfur.
If. like "*-.
car boy, the-e youngsters were un-
decided a- to their future- they
were solidly unanimous in the be-
lief that the be-t kind of hieh
chool education for u- will be in
the schools for which we leave
Sundaynot here in Miami."
With the exception of Seymour.'
who is a pianist, all the bo>- fa
sports and stamp collecting in their
spare time. And how do their j
parent- feel about their leaving,
home'
Most nf them are not too happy,
the young student- revealed, but
they feel that we should go if it
i- what we want'
Departure of the eight -tudents
ha- -harpened the problem of the
Hebrew Academy, which today
end.- it- curriculum at the ninth
grade. Rabbi Alexander Gross,
Academy principal, Wednesday
said "that we at the school must
seriously begin considering the pos-
sibility of adding a high school
department. Now that thl
have set a precedent become a
kind of \anguard for our future
student- u i- imperative for u>
to provide facilities here for young-
ster* in the yean ahead who may
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IGIOUS DIRECTORY
ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle
Rabbi Imk Evtr.
-iuturdav R'M a m.
p^r*a> n Otatlnctlon Be-
and New JuitalantT"

EMES. 2343 Ceral Way.
>A VID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Rabbi Yaakov Ro.en
tor William W. Lip*on.
p.m. (lueat speaker: Bey*
ian. pre-lrt*nt of SniitheMt
il.-i i irvafiliation of Amir-
gay arm.

MO SW 17th ava. Or

CANDLtUGHTING Tim
Ab 19 6:50 p'.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th av#. Orthodox. Rabbi Si
man AprIL Center Serete Kalamar.
Iiul.iv. 7 SO p.m. Saturday ft:20 a.m.
Harmon: "wndoni I* a Divine <;ift
Stjmaryahu T. Swir- vvnaa Properly I7rjed."'*a ^
'Lauit Gartenhaus. *_ 1 1
\ NORTH DADE CENTER.
Nau.
4000 Prairia ava.! K'"1;:>'. :1*?
H. Louis Rott-
Alati
13630
abbi
lurica
ICQB. 301-311 Washing
>x. Rabbi Tibor
lurica Mamchas.
SiiIiiii1m> N SO a in
rv'l'l Around U.a."
IAEL. 135 NW 3rd
Rabbi Aria Backer.
kturday H:30 a.m. S
Ai i ompltahmenta."
KrlclMV SI'. I> latV <>MB ij|B|l>lki| X|>..!l
ored i>> Mr Jli \K.. Jjkii ft'
Sermon: \'<"tm-<- m Iflfi .Mw.i:i'<
Haturday 9:2" min. Mur MMz\.if|: Alar
Raaaler. % % J

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th tt. Conlervativ*. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
THE WEEK... MI SEE IT
Caatiauad rraai Page 4
ing the mass of them submit to compromising theirsis to fly in the)
face of the freedom we espouse.
Perhaps the best ammunition against the B'nai B'rith plan would
come from B'nai B'rith itself, whose Anti-Defamation League several
years ago walked out of the National Community Relations Advisory
Council in recognition of the fact that the Jewish community of.
Americalet alone of the worldis diverse in its opinions, attitudes
and methods of operation.
At LANCt
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform.
SOUTHWE
'0-AH. 935 Euclid ave.^3* SW Sth
bbi Joseph E. Rackov- *> Abraham L
* 5*
?A SOUTHWEST Of WISH <
. >I38 SW ath % Obniexvat
. bi Abraham Lavitan.
CENTER.
ive. Rab-
Lange Appointed
To Auto Assn. Post
LES CENTER. 320
i. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Irving Robinson.
a a
ORANADA. 50 NW
taervative. Rabbi Lao
, jpatunlay 8:10 a.m.
_ will official* In the
Afc-Heim.
ICADEMY. 918 6th
Rabbi Alexander
gn. Saturday a.m. Ber-
I'oiti'-n." Mlncha, :S0
IIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Conaarvativo. Rab-
CENTER. 1S3 NE
Ceneervative.
affkiatas.
a
BETH SHOLEM.
Hollywood. .Con-
Samuel Larar.
a
TEMPLE SINAI.
st, Hollywood. Conterv-
David Shapiro. Cantor
lilbraun.
a
PI CENTER. 3198 SW
iservative. Rabbi Mar-
ty. Canter Samuel
j> m. Saturday 8:30 S.m.
followed by Hhulu*
a
FH rSRAEL. 1415 Eatelid
h t> d o x Rabbi Jonah
tantor Abraham Saif.
p m. Saturday 8:20 a.m.
Icher kiilil'l Ihivld Lehr-
"WTwt Does Owl Ask

tDALE EMANU-EL.
raws ave.. Ft. Lauder-
rm. Rabbi Marius Ran-
ELLO PARK. 164th st.
Illrh ava. Conaervatlve.
Larar.
I^p.m. Sidney Knapp and
|n-." will officiate In the
|erer. Saturda>
)H ROOFING AND
METAL WORKS
[22nd AVf. Ph. HI 6-51*0
reef repaired now: yeu
r en a new roof later
Miafactory Work by
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Ofe"ng
enty
TNI VERY REST
SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
Wrroy I. Peaks
LTH RtSORT
Friday 6 SAjTli*.' M>rmn: "The Im-
iii.itance df Youth lo. Israel Toda)
Vuturday 9 am sVvvl, for .\oiihk-
s'.rs kk-- t" 7 at 3 p.m. at 103." SW
6L'nd ava.
see
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Stacy Rowell, president of the
Miami Used Automobile Dealers
Asnn. announced this week that
A. T. Lange. Jr., has been appoint-
ed exeaatjap. secretary for the as-
sociation, imd offices will be lo-
cated at 1650 NW 36th st.
Lange, engaged in the public
relations and advertising business,
is prominent in local civic and fra-
ternal affairs. He is currently serv-
ing on the City of Miami publicity
and public relations advisory
board, having been appointed by
Mayor Randall Christmas. He is an
active member of the Miami Junior
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 2701 chamber of Commerce and the
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor Coral Gables Elks lodge.
Ban Grossberg.
e e
TEMPLE EMANU-BL. 1701
Washington ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1ST N8 19th
St. Reform. Rabbi Jeieah Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bomt*e4n.
PVIday-S.lijMn Cuasi preakej; Dr.
Jacob H Kaplan, rah*
Te .
the Fathers.'-.
i lcla>k. i.-.imii (.uvfn- '
nob H Ka>t>lan. rabbi efnyrltu* "f
.mple larael. Kermofi: Ithlo* of
TEMPLE SINAI North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re-
form.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxnvan.
e e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami, ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Hersoet. Cantor Albert
Giants.
Krlday 8:J0 |.m. Sermon "Divine
Korcea in Life." .Saturday 9 .m. Ser-
mon "The Km.wledKe of God."

TOR AH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast
eve. American Judaism. Rabbi
Afiraham Casaal.
.-. i
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ava. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Loon Hurwirz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Agudath Israel
Names Cantor
Rev. Solomon Greenberger has
been appointed cantor to render
services for the forthcoming High
Holy Days, which start this year
Sept. 8. ax Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute. ,. t
Rev. Greenberfer perfomed re-
ligious services for a great number
of years at Indianapolis and has
made his residence on the' Beach
since last March.
Officers of teyRagogue Wed-|
nesday announeed tkat setts are RODOI DOCK UOm I rip
now available ior the High Holy Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
Days. Rabbi Isaac Hirah Ever,! leader of Congregation Beth Jacob,
founder and spiritual leader, will. this week returned from a vacation
officiate the s*vice5. I in Mexico.
Beach Rabbi Views
25 Years in Pulpit;
Anticipates Future
CtrntlmmU tnm Page II
revolutionize the world by chang-
ing the pattern of human be-
havior all around me. I consider-
ed it instead to be my sacred duty
to point the way to a full Jewish
life to all who may wish to fol-
low. To have, saved one life was
sufficient to me as if saved the
entire world. I labored to help
those who wanted to be helped.
Individual and family counselling
became the most rewarding ex-
perience of my rabbinical career.
Being a rabbi, was a soul-stirring
and self-satisfying experience.
"My leaving the active rabbin-
ate at this time is by no means an
escape. It is instead a challenge
to serve the cause of higher edu-
cation, which Yeshiva University
affords the youth of America. I
am flattered that Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, saw fit to call upon me,
an alumnus, to head the Florida
Public Relations Department of
the university. I look forward
with eager anticipation to the as-
sumption of my new duties Aug.
1.
"I made many friends in my
first pulpit in Miami 25 years ago,
and nave added many more dur-
ing my two pleasant years with
Kneseth Israel Congregation. I
am confident that my relation-
ship with Yeshiva University will
afford me an even greater oppor-
tunity to make friends for myself
and my family, as well as for the
university."
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Liberals Responding Onty Weakly to Oil Rights
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MY JEWtSH tOOTS A Personal Record B So!*** S
lated from the Yiddish by S*iom Katr 274 *.. PSviUSsHsfcu
The Jewish Pvfetication Society o America. $3-5.
RECENTLY REVIEWED iiumn was a book V- I Lay
* enc asao- account, saga-tyie. o< ome three
assta and America. V? J
- Jdhooc in a small Labaaaian
century ) hho.
the other side of the com TV former book *paw-ned roota. ati
a"; re anon JH*
-. of The "*n hot-*
I -eaches back to recapture the innoreaer tf- ranga
the mature apt' at

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born M
-ead for
revi atie BB
are. and the cent

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peculiar kind or which

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_ pr.er' now
let reeal the
: thai de*.ice -v flow
-he RkHMriea, la a ?-

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knit J
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_ the ferHront af rred hhcr-
von**, to State PW-T
pkott m the hwrm o<>-J
tao* Arabs* Hew ** a****
-.erVroked the nghu of I J
of Jewish fasth wader a
tmmota .iamr
shop ie the Ajabhratl
Ter-
. now before the ad-
B tlf (Dlllt in JO-
with Sena Arabu to
a fr*e-sreur lease ei
ran an-fi- He 1'tnfed
ert Saudi di-crinrune-
taaa acatast AjBcneaa oniun
rsoonel of -:

User
be adm mistral** deevd*
that Krab dtsrnanna
poiioe* raurt be appeased*'
S -:
-t and 18 other
-owed a Senate
. -
-< oppose renew-
,.rba-e agreement if Saa-
tion asi --* ATwneaas is rot
But the impart of the
on the airbae
-re the
exccW
arreen-- not rec,
l
-'i that thi* nation
- **' for the gre
-base T

he

rtdseated
-
**p..n> as a
"
ar-.?*-<-*
proton the n BMC re-swrt at home or the
rffertiTe piher ahrnad. It a ho
arfwew that when the fovrrmnxwt
to Arab dueninina-
Amenraa Jewa it
thereby wK. a bad example for
pmrate miaiailiiaa to lalui
Surb u the raw with the Na-
Uaaai Cwwcatiw Aaaanataoa. The
hirb spowjon tour* for
tearben in countries abroad, has
harred Ajnanran Jewish teachers
frwa the travel twnra to Arab
>* Middle East. J*-
t their stand, tha NEA
-^ntiall> the saane reason-
nc the covemment takes toward
atkM against Am-
enraa rttraens It hi that appeaae-
nent of Arab aati Jewish dts-
maunatioa in no way implies
approval of Mich discrimination
I'S. Jewiski
cited stat,"
"Pwahaa'Cl
^CrewL.
the NEA to cancel
Arah states barrini Jn
William Faulkner. Sagwl
^w *wl Pokesasahr
itamataati askH rew>j
>*"*w article WaMk,!
pened to the A-Derkaai
individual hwman fretWi
t>. aatd euai<". m
natioa van founded^ ._
fg hy the rhurrk aTth,]
Ciattuw Mane, he adtt,
this votre sow ,D m{
trouble aatd indecisiaa**
The aaane questiaa a
directed to the natioa
and the govern neat
whew it quietl) accepts i
treatment of it Jcwifkou
Mil TO V FRIE1M.W
Top Pennsylvania Republican
A
uoius suorAit
Now That Ike's Decided to Run, New Book 'Must' Reading
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The book b in a tense an
2 House
_-' mgaid t bead duemg ike paal
* act rneetini n Nw 12 19
been toU
. '** r-abmet agaioat playme ml
n.WID SCBWAMTZ
- MHT-
prominent Pennsyhnnia Re-
publican politician has been
exposed b% the State Department
a a ecret -upporter of the
Naakj
Ralph Beaver Sti ass burger.
Nomctown. Pa. publisher and
one-time diplomat, was revealed
..ptured (rerman records to
-noted domestic political
intrigue tu aid Hitler Germany.
According to Document 70 No
781 Strawhurger sooght in 1839
- F ? m a t e r General
\ Paries away from Presi-
:nfhience into a
'ewtsh wing "
conversation, uith Nan wf-
>?ra*-burger reportedly
1 'hat be would be ready to
nythtng h,ch would serve
the < >crman cau-e "' The docu-
told h is Strav-hurger ae-
Kartey to Berlin in
193 pusing as Far;-
retlj informing the
:n the I s
the Berlin trip.
nave of-
i $50 008 position in
an attempt I n open
- t Roosevelt in
Farley re-
tke wearthy Straw-
%.- saajd a- a I s
raduate and
in the Hal-
he a '1o -**in-t hi-
Urrlm. Thi-, was
-rley risit The Or-
wf anxious to remove
from the embassy., influ-
order to propagaaidue
him The official
said the attempt
of Strassburger
German
with IN |
'o get h

away from the Amencaa
ay failed
Reporting on Sirassburrfil
like for an ant. Nan
diplomat, the memo saia1'
burger had to be very
order to avoid appearui| si
pro-German and conseaseatkll
conversation become eastasfl
his presence
The Nazi officu! who<
mesno toad bow the
Aanencan iEmba.>> Pint
tary R H. Gaiat) arranged!
corsaoa for Farie> Tae
objective of thi .ightscnsgl
was a concentrat. r cam) Til
the Strasshurgers Mr ati'
were also invited but
and expressed Is very |
their indignation at tha lad(
taste "
Arewrdmg to the Gematl
port. Stravsbureer rrpnrtcinl
Germans on rem^rW. by GedJ
a private gwaversati is tht
basoy .The embi-v had
.courtesies haaait
St rassburger becaii^ of kttl
rrirao litior.i iija
grovnd as an importasi
From the erob.
took to the German- ht
moos'and evalu.
persoonel. the Kument
rated It said
hinted that he B
that the Amencan tm
had a rather good -aetall
ing posts' ... he >upeclpl
Geist had aometh.nt ta *J
thi- information crriee.'"
Ill HltlKT #,. IJ'FT j
Unforgettable Roles in New Picture
Old Age is Simply How You Feel About Growing Older
treal. amj in the e.Pht,- ^i v. lh^ i,f. ..
was m thf cighthw, and hii friend,
him how he fel- ,!d replv
leel no worse when I get old.
Leopold Zunz Heed to a ripe ninetv or th^r.
about- r^ce he ws, :n.r^UCed o the R
ew^h poet. Gordon aid the Jew
me in what centary d.d
I -hould
poetry.
- the life o| ^fh ,
man in a
"nmented p,..
up p,
-hnw ih*^ther hand "me venerable wit]
*JW no, dimmed nor hi- natural force abaied
the great ph.lanthrop,-,. Sir
phr.-
udi th i
There ii a phra,

cent' : a ,
And Grandma M
Maybe there i-
her be., work";; i;;;;^;,. *.*<
.mi.-
is: ::sa^- *
commented.
magic in the name of Mo^s
me nine-.- think it
say a man look- oi^r L^* a "Plimet to
apparently had the ^ame !Sea r An< "nl hr"1
seemingly wa- ^ J a R'"Pf lor elders
or the weakne- JnT h 0 ^ 5 'S^
BY far the moat challenging
Prue^ighl picture to come
fr>^n Hollywood -ince The
champion" i* the forthcoaniag
M^a* feature Somohody Up
There Like* He. though the title
*clf seems a bit pretentious
The -tory deal- with the career
"I R.ick> Granano who rose
from the -lua and had ,tart in
M to became not only maddle-
eii-ht champion of the world,
**< .- much more impor-
I law-abiding citixen
r the champ .portrayed
wl Newmaa, on his way to
whT are.,W J^lrtl '"^cters.
rf,Kan,.ar|r0mbe,nth nin-
'lfl^Pw f Pl movies
forgettable pertorm.iTTn'^o",;
-Rm -gwmi Kmt- ,5 y9m
>>* dignified fight manager
roh*n J*P Buloff. of
*** ^'ddi-hEnghUi suge. u Ben
ny ,h* Staling boxar-s frwnd
ind *dw^r h*lp> Granano
10 tlfTespect and
Robert Wue directed Uu*
of Americana which
overboard in stating its **

The Screen Produeen
has fweta naemjnrt-n t.
P Engel by re-elecung a
Century Fan producer.
screen writer, (who u
of an Orthodox synagop*
another term as hesd
ganization. Engel. who
made an ohjactionabk D
the point-of view of lh?
turn Code, currently
samples of hi wb.le>on<
of movie making m rJi
man called PetcY and
Morning. Mias Do**
the* dealing *
valwaa.
Engel will (**
nest aaonth on Roy
phiav" to be filmed
Greece and the Aegeat
with Clifton Webb PUT*
awgdaue"*1*
both Am
aatd the eruswaa *
turn.
btfi<
lead,
difi


ft
'27, 1956
to Close
Id Emily Lowe Art
University of Miami
)nday for the entire
ist, according to di-
Aldridge.
U. NOTICI "~
iTY JUDGES' COURT
>R DADE COUNTY,
[PROBATE. No. 38454-A
PK OF
ALVELAGE, Deceased
TO CREDITORS
FHrn and All Persons Hav-
t IVmandi Against Said
Hgcli of you arc hereby
suuiic ^ntnils which you, or
I inay have against the
4 M. KAI.VKI.ViK.,|.(
P Dade Cmmiy, Hoilild,
Hnhlc County Judges of
I imrt file the Maine In
mm the County Courthouse
ky, i- U.rl.la, within right
Bfc* from thi- date of the
^pn hereof. Said claims
^B contain the legal ad-
Halni 'in and to he sworn
HTnl an aforesaid, or sain.-
ft. See s'ex-tlon 733 16 of
ate Act.
A, A l> 1!'54.
I'KI.TZ.
r of the 14iat Will and
of
KALVBL.AOE,
Drceaaed.
fc.1'1'7'
Blccutor
llWt.. Miami. Florida
B-i*
LEGAL NOTICE
Wj.__
URT OF THE
UIT IN AND'
OCR FICTITIOUS
IAME LAW
HKRKUY CIVKN that
Jed. desiring to engage in
kr Die fictitious name* of
DIIVMI K ALA-TEENS:
BBS at 147 N. W. 2.1th
K Florida, intends to reg-
Hes with the Clerk of the
Bnf Hade County. Florida.
' MIAMI. INC., a Florida
Hn. Hole < >wner
WH NELSON
Ktppllcant
load I lu I Id I ng
JNDER FICTITIOUS
_8AME LAW
MB HEREBY CIVKN that
lii-ii. desiring to engage In
r the fictitious name of
FASHIONS >F Fla>R-
I.), at I.aneford Hldg.,
intend to register said
le Cleric of the Circuit
, County, Florida.
Ifrray coRWIN
iELDON HOWARDS
_ole Owners
S\N N
Applicants
ad Bid*.
Ll
INDER FIOTITIOUS
IAME LAW
t HKKKKY OIVKN that
pd, desiring- to engage in
the fictitious name of
FASHIONS LTD. Nt
lord BMb Miami. Fla..
ster said name with the
Circuit Court of Dade
Ida.
lft'RRAY GOBWIN
HIIKIJNiN EDWARDS'
Sole Owners
[AWN
Applicants
Road-Bldg.
g*t1
IN THE CIRCUIT 11TH JUDICIAL CIRC_
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 192355
DA NIK I, SII.K and
ESTNI.I.K H. SII.K, Plaintiffs
vs.
WILLIAM J. RICHARDSON and
SARAH A. RICHARDS) i.V
Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To:
WILLIAM J. RICHARDSON and
SARAH A RICHARDSON, his wife,
residence unknown, and each anil
any of the above named defendants.
II living, and If dead, the unknown I
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees. I
lienors. creditors, true tea*, or other |
parties or claimants claiming by, '
through, or under or against tne
above named defendants, and all
parties having or claiming to have
any right, title, or Interest in the
following described property, situate
lying and being In Dade Count\,
Florida, to wit:
"All of I-ot S except the Northwest-
erly .". feet ther.ot. said foot atrip,
being more particularly described as'
thai area lying between tin common
boundary line of l.ots 1 ami ; ami a
' Jine (hat is parallel to and 3 feet
Southeasterly of, measured at right
angles, to said boundary line. Block
101. CENTRAL MIAMI PART 4, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof as re-
corded In Mat |look 17 at page 8 of
the I'ulilie Keionls of Dade County,
Florida; together with the improve-
ments situate thereoir* and the fur-
niture, furnishings, and fixture* con-
tained therein."
VIM' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has l>een brought against
>ou In the Circuit Court for Dade
County, Florida, in Chancery, I.v
DANIEL SILK, and K ST K1.1-K H.
SILK, plaintiffs, for the purpose of
Foreclosing: Mortgage on the above
described properly* and you are here-
by required to serve upon plaintiff's
attorney, A C. I.OWERY. 1W. N.W.
81st Terra.., Miami 47. Florida, a
copy of your answer or other defenses
and to file with the Clerk of said Court
your written answer or defenses on
or before the 31st day of August. I8&8,
If you have any. H Kit KIN FAIL NOT
OR JCDGMENT WILL BE ENTER-
KD AGAINST YOl\ Dated at Miami,
Dade 'County, Florida, this -lib day
of July, 1956.
E. B. LEATHrTRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
B) w.M w STOCKING,
(BEAD Deputy Clerk
7 17 8/3-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
NOTICES IS HKRKUY OIVKN that
>>o undersigned, dealt Ing to engage In
business under the firtitious name of
EDWARDS KXPOKT CO. (Not Inc
at Ijingford Hldg Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register sal.l name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court df Dads
County, Florida.
SHELlMiN EDWARDS,
Sole Own.-1
ALVIN S. ('AWN
Attorney for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Hldg.
7/27 8/3-10-17 ___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKHY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious na i
NORTH DADE CITIES SERVICE st
168th St. and N.W. 37th Ave.. Miami,
Fla-. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I>n1 County, Florti
MKI.V1N 1 MC,>'#Rm^ **""
Attorney fo* Applicant
J27 LIjk oln ltd.
Miami Reach, Fla.
7/27 8/8-10-17
PAGE 15
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME (LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKHY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GREAT SOUTHERN SALES at 1463
Drexel Ave., Miami Reach. Fla.. In-
tends to register said name with the
< lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROY NKKDKI.MAN, Sole Owner
7/37 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE JS HKKKKY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
F L A M I N <) O WEST A VKN I' K
APARTMENTS at 1443 West Avenue.
Miami Beach, Hoi Ida. intend to regis-
ter said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM SEMON
Nora SEMo.N, owners
SHAPIRO FRIED
Attorneys for Sam Semon
and .Nora Semon
J -'7 8/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 191068
OBRTRl'DB ROBBINS, Plaintiff
vs.
LEWIS ROKHIN8,
METKR RARNOWITZ. and
NORMAN BOLL, Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT AND NOTICE
TO DEFEND
TO: LEWIS ROBKINS
Residence unknown
You. LEWIS KOKBINS. are hereby
notified that a-Complaint for Alimony
unconnected with Divorce and to
Vacate and Set Aside a certain assign-
ment of note In the original principal
sum of 111.(100.00 secured by a chattel
mortgage on a certain laundry and
cleaning business known and operated
as Rendlx Twenty sixth Street I-aun-
derette. located at 2527 N. E. Second
Avenue. Miami, Dade County, Florida,
recorded on Nov. other 4, 19" In Chat-
t- I Mortgage Book 720 at page 191 of
the public records of I>ade County,
Florida, which note and chattel mort-
gage were assigned by \rtu to one
Kabnoyvltz by assignment d.iteil
April 20. 1864, filed for record April 25,
1S."., and recorded In Chattel Mortgage
Rook 754 at Page JIM-of the public rec-
ords of Dade' County, Florida, has
l>een filed against you. and yon are
required to serve a ropy of your an-
swer to the oomnlalnt on MYERS
IIKIMAN ft KAPLAN. SMI Beybold
Kulldlng. Miami. Florida, and file the
original answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fora the 13th day of August. 1:. If
yotl fall to do so, Judgment by Defaidt
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of July. IS.".*.
K I, I.EATHER.MAN
as <"erk of said Circuit Court
Bj WM. W. STOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk
7/13-20-27 8/3
LEGAL NOTICE
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 192417
INEZ D. CARDINEAC. Plaintiff,
AUOl'ST HERMAN CARDINEAC.
Defendant
TO: AI'OCST HERMAN
CARDINEAU
132-11 Prospect St.
Flushing, L.I., New York
You are required to serve a ropy
of your answer to the Rill of Com-
plaint far Divorce on tbe plaintiff's
attotaey. awri to file original an-
swer In the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 27th!
day of August, A.D.. l: otherwise,
' the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, win be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thk* the
25th day of July. 13.
K. B. IJ5ATHKIIMAN, -
clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: JOAN f^OL-RNoYKR
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney far Plaintiff
1023 Key bold Building. Miami. Florida
7/27 8/J-ll-li__________^^___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
B. J. S. ASSOCIATES, at 600 7th
street. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM BLKCHMAN and
THERESA L HLKCHMAN,
LOFIS JACKSON and
JENNIE JACKSON,
JOSEPH STONE and
JEANNETTE STONE.
Owners
7/S-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CARI EXPRESS, at 20 Pacific Bldg..
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
EDl'ARDO DeAOl'ILKRA
7/20-27 I n-lrt
Yew Scrimp NOW EARN
. with INSURED SAFETY
VA%
par annum
_____________ J
^xsL?T?!i?
i ha 'W/j^.n feso&fflm of'J/<'o-Mi
JO^Pn rV UPTON D- i
"0m < the Netiom-% OMtM, mnd Lmresl"
CONVENIENT 45 N.I. Fir.I Ay.. 1400 N.W. 36th St.
Off KES 1901 S.W. ** St. S7t7 N.W. 7* Am.
Our Resources Exceed 92 Million Dollars
FIRST MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE
' IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Na. 33*72 B
RE: ESTATE OF
wrLMA B. BECK, Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTrCE is hereby given that I have
flUl ray final reaort and petition for
final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of WILMA H. BI->'K. de-
ceaaed: and that on the l.'.th day of
August, ls. I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. FRANK DOWLINO. County
JUdas of. Dade County. Morida. for
approval af said final report and for
final -dlsfhargr as Administrator of
the estate of WILMA i: BECK, de-
ceasad.
This >th day-of July. Ii6.
NORXIAN F. Be>U>MON
12a> Uneoln Road, Miami Reach, Fla.
Attorney for Administrator.
7/18-20-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITcOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1.IIK) OPTICAL CO. (md Inc.). at 59
N K. 123rd St.. North Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ad
County. Florida.
SOL MSSKAIM. Sole Owner
7 f-lS-SLtf
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN PROTECTIVE COMPANY, at
111". S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Fla.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM RACHELS' N
(Sole Owner)
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
le nndelslgned, desiring to engage hi
oisiness under the fictitious turn,
J A \1 KS M A NOR A PA RT M ENTS. at [
TK49 James Avenue, Miami Be* h,
Florida, Intend to register said ng
with the Clerk of the Circuit CoJifca
of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY SCHINDER
EVA KCHINDKR >
MARTIN W. IX)NDON
JI'DITH S. LONDON
BERNARD J. SCHINDER.
Owners
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF 1 AW
NOTICE IS HERESY OIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to eiigai;. In
buslneis under the fictitious name >(
DCRALVA EXPRESS CO., at 36th r
Annex Hldg. 3. M.I.A.. Muuoi FiogXJ
Ida. Intends to realater said nhme sith
th Clerk of tha Circuit Court of I'.i*
County, Flortilii.
LOCIS A. REY
7/M-27 8/3-10 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersign.-.!, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name vf,
CARI MARITIME SERVICE, at
Pacific Hldg. Miami. Florida. Intends
to legist, i said name with the ( I. rk
of the Circuit Court of I>de OOUfl
Florida.
EDl'ARDO DeAGL'ILK LA
7/20-27 /*-<>_'__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTrCE IS HEREBY GIVEN fiat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE RIVER LACNDRY. at 345
N. F M>th Street. Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Little River Service Corp a
Flat Ida I "ot i> Bole < rwna
ARONOV1TZ a> ARoNoVlTZ.
Attorneys for Applicant
74\ Seybold Bldg.
7/20-27 8'3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN thst
the undeisigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of i To All Creditors and All
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the nndei "litned. desiring to anC*S) In
business under tbe fictitious name of
ARTHIRS REALTY Co. at Belve-
dere Hotel. M3 Kmild Avenue, Mi
Beach, l-Tnrlda, Intend to register I
name with the Clerk of the Chi-ult
Court of Dade County, Florid*.
BAR NET SHI'I.L
HARRY SIIILL
BESSIE SHI'I.L
TI'RK NEWMAN
Attorneys for Atthur's Realty Co.
7/20-27 K 3-10
Line
SFN STATE TV SERVICE, at IMS
S.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WILLIAM RACHBTJION
HAROLD KBAV1TZ
7/13-20-27 irr ___________________
NOTICe UNOER FrCTfTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engsge In
business under the firtitious name of
PAH PLASTERING, at 2M0 S \V
llth Street. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LOl'IS HAPARO"Ot Partner
RISEN t>. PURVISSUKi Partner
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
Attomevs for Registrants
7/8-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COU4T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 3*072 A
In Re ESTATE <>E
RI'TH DANCHKS Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ersons H.iv-
Complete and Ooportdabk Title Service
IAMI TITLC
s Obstruct Co.
Y EARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
tOWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
IHi* iMsrwn fsMcls* 4
Kaatat City Thk Bnaraasts Ca.
CssJfs/, S.rsJ.t A Issanras
E>cW SJjNMjjM
iORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-nu.m.- In
business under the fictitious name of
r-ETRI'S POSITIVE PEST CONTROL
(it 161 Aragon Am- Poi iI Cables P 0
Box 4;. Riverside Station. Miami.
Kla.. Intends to rat**ter said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I iiole i "mint v. Florida.
HENRY C PETR1, Sole Owner
M MM.oW. BINNAMON and
MARI.OW. Attorneys
RAa-8 I^angford Hldg.. Miami 32, Fla.
7/20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SANDY'S, at 127 S.E. 1st St.....t, Mi-
ami. Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk n*-the Circuit
'ourt of Dsdr Countv. Florida
MARY V.. LEVEY
MARK SILVEKSTEIN
Altoillex for V |i|ill> .ml
4?n Unrein Rd., Miami Beach. 111.
7/20-81 8/3-10
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
ollcit* row l4xjal notiC4ML
W apprelat your
patronag and (juiUuniss
accurat* sarvic* at UgaJ
Phono FR 4-4366
lor m4MMi4Hir)tr
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst
the undersigned. des|r|n to cnenee In
hnsiness under the fictitious nsme of
THE MELLOW MUSIC CO, mot Inc.t
at 44<1S Post Ave.. Miami Beach. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Wll.l I \.M LEVET
MELVIN SCHWARTZ
KESSLER OARH
Attorneys for Aptdicants
1788 w Flaclar st.
7/I-1S-10-8T
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and eaoh of you are hereby
ntitlfleil and required to present any
claims and demands which you.
either of you. may haw against, tha
estate of RITH DANCHKS. deceased
late of I mde County. Ilorlda. to tha
Honorable Couaty Judges of Bade
County, and file tha sasse in (heir
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dsde County, Florida, .within aitht
calendar months friuii the date of- tha
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of tha claimant and to be sworn
to snd presented as sforesaid. or anw
will be barred. See Section 733-18 of
the 1944 Probate Act.
Date June 29. A.D. !8.'..
ABE DANCHKS
As Administrator of the Estate of
RI'TH DANCHES. Deceased
RICHARD I LEREN
Attorney for Administrator
7/8-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Ns. 181344-B
IN RE:
ADOPTION OF MINOR
CHILDREN, KNo\v\ AS
HARRY MICHAEL ll MAN and
DIANE JOY Tt'MAN
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
TO: PHILIP Tl'MAN
t!i(K) North Marino Drive
Chicago, Illinois
Yon. P1III.ll* Tl'MAN. are hereby
notified that a Petition for the Adap-
tion of the minor chlldt.-n. IIALItV
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MICHAEL Tl'MAN and DIANE i"1-"
the undersigned, desiring to engage in Tl'MAN, has been filed bj GEORGE
business under the fictitious nsme of I JIKRKX and HELEN l> CHERBN,
FINK l'OTATo CHIP CO 'Not Inc.). 1 his wife, snd vou are required to r\ e
at ?:.0 N E t1h St., tnfemls t.. regis-
ter sal.l name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
IRVING HEN
KERBLER GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17S2 W. Flagler Street
7/13-38-27 8/8_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN* that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEL BAR, at 3482 N. W. 7th
Street. Miami, Fla.. Intends to reaUater
said name with the ileik of tb. Cll
cult Court of I hide County, Florida
ANTHONY c. MENOTTI.
(Sole owner)
KESSLER OAKS.
Attorneys for Applicant
17".^ West hlagler St.
7/13-20-27 8/8
.i ofjy of your Answer or I'l. a.lm- to
the said Petition on the Pealtlo:
Attorney, ROBERT GOI-DEN, *07
OI>mpia Unildipg. Miajni 32. Florida,
and fib- the original AgJswcr or Plead-
ing In the ..ffi.e of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court. <>n Or bafore. 'be cm
day of August. 1884. If you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded la
the Petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH KLolillHAN
DONE AND ORDERED at MianiL
Florida, this Mb dav of July. l!C.
K H LEATHBRMAK. Clerk
Circuit Curt. Dade County, Florida
By WM. w STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy ('let It
ROBERT GOLDEN
Attoimv for Petitioners
807 olviupia Building, Miami 32, Fla.
7,13-20-27 8-3
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