The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday, August 3. 1956
Price 20*
Seen Open Door To Ousting Florida Klan
for Heads Legislative
rti-Defamation League
Collins to Take Action
Florida Ku Klux Klan was Monday spear-
Mayor D.Lee Powoll.
ro that ha would push legislation in Talla-
'sometime between now and April, 1957, when
|t moats.
\ closely en the heals of a gathering of the
July 21,
NEW CANAL ACROSS JEWISH ST ATI MAY BE URGED IN COMMONS
Nasser Calls Israel Imperialism's Tool'
In Address Announcing Suez Seizure
LONDON, (JTA>The entire London press, with
exception of the Sunday Times, came out this week
with articles asking that, in the light of nationaliza-
tion of the Suez Canal by Egypt and threatening
speeches against the Western Powers by Egyptian
President Nasser, Britain supply Israel with arms
and seek a closer relationship with Israel.
Leading members of all political parties in Eng-
DEPLORES INJURIES Of UN OBSERVERS
Dag's 'Peace Mission'
Marked by Border Strife;
Shaken by Arab Defiance
letOf COLLIHS
JERUSALEM OTA) An al-
ready taut situation on Israel's
borders, which flared into new
violence last week as Jordanian
attacks mounted, drew a stern
warning from an obviously wor-
ried Secretary General Dag Ham-
marskjold in Geneva.
The UN chief, who had just
completed talks with Israeli, Jor-
danian and Egyptian leaders de-
signed to shore up the shaky
cease-fire he had negotiated last
April, decided on an immediate
return to United Nations Head-
quarters in New York, in order
to continue his efforts at a follow-
through on the cease-fire.
Mr. Hammarskjold seems to
have been especially concerned
over the fact that the flare-up
between Jordan and Israel start-
ed 24 hours after his visit to
Jordan, where he had been as-
sured that the cease-fire promise
JRESSES INTEGRITY Of US. CITIZENS
Bid Raps Arab Bigotry
-The Senate Foreign Rela-
inimously adopted a resolu-
rimmatton against American
iphasizing that such bias is
IMMIGRATION CHANGES SHUNNED
|A)Amend-
redistribute
quota num-
mts from
are over-
assage as
st weekend
easure died
as a result of opposition by Rep.
Francis Walter, chairman of the
House immigration subcommit-
tee.
The bill, passed early Friday
in the Senate, died in the House
late that day. Among other pro-
visions which would have liber-
"incompatible with the relations that should exist
among friendly nations." The resolution instructs
the State Department that "in all negotiations be-
tween the United States and any foreign state every
reasonable effort should be made
to maintain this principle."
The Senate unanimously adopted
the resolution here prior to ad-
journment.
The resolution stresses that "the
protection of the integrity of U.S.
citizenship and of the proper rights
of U.S. citizens in their pursuit of
lawful trade, travel and other ac-
tivities abroad is a principle of
U.S. sovereignty." It points out
that "it is a primary principle of
*
BANNED
-The Chief
fd a formal
against the
(form move-
movement
Ivine Torah,"
says.
alized the McCarran-Walter Im- our nation that there shall be no
migration Act was one which; distinction among U.S. citizens bas-
wouhf have ended the "mortgag-
ing" of quotas. This practice.
which was introduced to permit
more DP's to enter the United
ed on their individual religious
affiliation."
The resolution further says that
"any attempt by foreign nations to
create such distinctions among our
States in the postwar years, has citizens in granting of personal or
effectively choked off immigra-!""**'81 "c^ss or ny otner
tion from some countries fortr,hts h< bailable to U.S.
many years. Coetieead ae feea 12
would be kept. In fact, upon ar-
rival in Geneva, he told the press
that he thought his brief visit
last week to Israel. Jordan and
Egypt had helped improve con-
ditions on the Arab-Israel fron-
tiers.
In a* statement issued in the
Swiss city prior to his departure
for New York, the Secretary Gen-
Ceaf laved on Page II

land similarly advocate that Britain should now soil
Israel all the arms she wants. Some foresee the
possibility that the Egyptian dictator, in his mood
of desperation, may embark on a sudden attack of
Israel. They therefore suggest that Israel be given
arms without delay.
Former British War Minister Lord Hore-Belisha
announced that h would siiegest in the House of
-^Commons that the British Govern-
ment build a new East-West canal
across Israel territory to replace
the Suez Canal. The new canal
would run from the Mediterranean
shore of Israel to the port of Elath
on the Red Sea.
In the worldwide excitement
which followed Col. Nasser's an-
nouncement of the seizure of the
Suez Canal, it has been overlooked
that in his three-hour address he
referred to Israel as "imperialism's
tool" and pledged that Egypt would
not rest until the entire Middle
East area between the Atlantic
for Related Stories
See Page 2
and the Persian Gulf was Arab
an obvious threat against Israel.
The general feeling in England
today, as expressed in the Sunday
newspapers, was that it would be
Continued ea Papa 5
Danish Member of Truce Team
Killed by Gaza Strip Landmine
JERUSALEM (JTA)A Danish member of the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization staff was killed by a landmine ex-
plosion near the Gaza strip border Saturday.
A truce supervision headquarters communique stressed Wednes-
day that the jeep in which Sven Rasmussen, 34, had been travelling
had struck at least two mines. UN observers found tracks leading
to and from the point where the
explosion took place, some 900
yards inside Israel. Mr. Rasmus-
sen was enroute back from duty
at a UN observation post set up
under agreements worked out by
the UN with Egypt and Israel.
Israeli sources believe that
Egyptian infiltrators set the
mines in the early hours of Sat-
urday morning. An Israeli patrol
Ceaf tawed e* Page 5
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JORDAN SEERS BURNS AXE
LONDON (JTA)- Jordan and
other Arab States ara reported
prepared to press for the re-
moval of Ma|. Con. E. L. M.
Burns as United Nations truce
chief, according to a dispatch
which arrived here Wednesday
REPORTS POINT IN THAT DIRECTION
U.S. to Abondon Saudi Base?
WASHINGTON (JTA)The United States may adept a firmer
attitude toward Saudi Arabia in connection with negotiations on the
renewal of air base rights, it was indicated hare by informed sources.
These sources said that King Seud has displeased the State
Department by demands for huge monetary compensation in exchange
for the lease. The U.S. may consider the possibility of using British-
controlled territory in the Arabian area for establishment of a new
base. This would allow abandonment cf the present base at Dharan,
in Saudi Arabia.
Earlier, it was reported by two members of Congress that Secre-
tary of State John Fester Dulles intends to make a statement de-
nouncing Saudi Arabian discrimination against American Jews. The
CongressmenHugh Scott, Jr., of Pennsylvania, and Laurence Curtis,
of Massachusettsmade the announcement after a conference with
Secretary Dulles.



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Egypt Concentrating Forces as Britain Urges Israel ^Treaty<
L.yjpi ~w _____ -w ^ hj< !atcst speech t Alexandra ^^ ^ ^
hitter attacks on Israel, a |mrn, ,t
ONDON (JTA)Egvpt is concentrating troop
in^Gaza area and in the Sinai desert close to the
Israel Border, according to reports rece.ved here
Wednesday from Cairo.
The report coincides with the fear reed *>
the London press that Egyptian ^f*^
mav attack Israel, and with reports from Cairo b>
British correspondents that I MM >^ssf
in nationalizing the Suez Canal, h.s next move vull
be aimed against Israel.
Pressure for decisive action against Israel, ai-
wavs strong at moments of crisis, is bound to grow
if Nasser's Suez gamble comes off-espec.ally I
hi
rthe'Manchester Gf^the'S* n,iona, *"
thr existence of ^**Z stlH smoulder
nuliat.on at the a> i'"*_.. tnc dep in Egypt's oonscousm^
..prindent emphasizes. editorial Wednesday
The News Chronicle, in an .diU "
2%f?Z*......> -a* -
part
our
if Nasser's Suez gamble comes wa ...... Pi-
Eden I* CM.! tai on *r >&
LONDON fJTA) Prime Mini stir Sir Anthom
Eden Wednesday announced to a cheering Commons
that all exports of war materiel to Egypt have been
stopped. It was made clear that Britain will no
longer ship arms previously sold to Egypt under
the 1950 Tripartite Declaration. The Tripartite acrec-
ment provided for arms sales to Middle East nations
to maintain a regional power balance.
The Prime Minister was asked if the arms ban
included two large destroyers just transferred to
Egypt and still docked at Portsmouth The destroy-
ers have been renamed "All Quaher" and Al Fetch"
by the Nasser government. Sir Anthony said
these two warships: "I donH know where the*are.
bu! I think the Hoval Navy can take care of them
wherever they happen to be
The Dailv Ma.l reported Wednesday that the two
Fgvptian destroyers were being loaded w th am-
SSS and other stores in Prrparrton for hur-
ried tailing. The newspaper said that EgfpUaa
officers have been tellm* local merchants from
whom thev have obtained some of their storesJnat
the v.ss.1 will sail in four days. A Foreign Office
official said he did not know of any move to prevent
the warships from sailing. The destroyers are similar
to two recently taken over by the Israel Navy
by the .Nasser government, air smuiunj .>' ----------
State Department Not Quite Sure-To Arm(s) or Hot to Arm
____________.. ._ ... _____.____. ._!.. Aiirv Mr Fhan declined to sav if the Israel arms
Flortiian Residence
S/ofes Weekend
**
Kloridian residence
West ave., has scnt*^
lowing events for l^r"
according to Joseph
cial director:
On Friday, an mt
current best sellers wij
by Mrs. Gertrude Friedn.1
Saturday wilt be mcW
Mike Sossin. exeeotive
aaM Wednesday "there
charge for any of the
WASHINGTON State Department spokes-
man Lincoln White said Wednesday that the United
States was not. to his knowledge, selling arms to
Egypt at this time. He added that he would have to
check on the current status of economic and tech-
nical assistance to Egypt.
The Suez Canal issue was believed discussed here
when Israel Ambassador Abha Eban met for over
an hour at the State Department with George V.
Allen. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern
North Dade Names
Education Director
North Dade Jewish Center Wed-
nesday announced the appointment
of Abraham Gittelson as education-
al director.
Gittelson was formerly with the
North Shore Jewish (enter, where
be completed two years of service.
He graduated from Yeshiva Uni-
versity with a Bachelor of Arts
decree, and from Columbia I'niver-
Mly with an MA. He is presently-
working on his Doctorate in the
field of education.
Gittelson spent one year in Israel,
where he was engaged in studies at
the Hebrew University
Both he and Mrs. .Gittelson are
qualified youth leaders and teach-
ers in public school instruction
Affairs Mr. Eban declined to say if the Israel arms
application was taken up The Ambassador de-
scribed the meeting as a periodic review of general
and specific questions
I ause of the Suez crisis OWNliry of State John
Potter Dulles cancelled an appointment with
Irvini! M Engel. president of the American Jewish
Committee. The meeting was scheduled for Wed-
nesday. The American Jewish Committee leader
u;is to discuss the Arab Israel situation with Sec-
retary Dulles.
Rabbi Abraham Weinechnaid-
er. Oakland. Calif., will offici-
ate at overflow services of Beth
Jacob Congregation during
High Holy Days, Sept. 6 and 7.
in David Whitman Hall. Fath-
er-in-law of Beth Jacob spiritual
leader Rabbi Tibor Stern, he
will render liturgy and preach.
IBIIw tool
eirwesRtsjtMN^sJ
Beach Rotary Hears Talk
On Hypnotic Research
At the regular Tuesday meeting
last week of the Miami Beach Rota-
ry club held in the Delano hotel,
more than 95 members ;,nd their
guests heard a talk by Julian
Arroyo, of Riddle Airlines. Arroyo
spoke on "Hypnotic Research
Paul Wimbish, president of the
Beach Rotary club, announced the!
appointment of Dr. Picket! Miles,
927 Lincoln rd.. as a member of the
board of directors. It was also an-|
nounced that Dr. James S. Thomas!
and Col. Charles G. Mettler have
been elected honorary members of
the club.
Tots Hold First
Religious Service
Tiny tots Of Southwest Jewish
Center met for their first Saturday
afternoon religious service last
week.
Hosts were Mr and Mrs Norman
Leeenttujd at their home. 1035 SW
62nd ave.
Tots attending ranged in age
from three to seven and were
greeted by the Leventhal children,
Jerry and Wayne, and were seated
about tables set in miniature and
featuring small Sabbath eve cande-
labra. Kiddush cups, -chala." and
cakes formed in the shape of a Star
|of David.
Games were ander the supervi-
sion of Mrs. I/.uis Goldin, and
stones were told by Mrs. Abraham
Levitan.
Some 27 children attended the
initial event.
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PAGE 3
Technicality' Seen Open Door to Ousting Florida Klan
Mtf from Page f
of a criminal cen-
in also urged Ervin ta
tha press tha findings
ivastigation. "In this
ha daclarad, "these
bahind childish and
masks would sabot ago
rograss toward tha orv
Amaricans will be ax-
condamnation of
Inian."
A copy af tha July 23 letter,
written two days attar tha Lafce-
land meating, has baan forward
ad to Florida Cav. L.Roy Collins
with tha request that Collins
urg* upon tha lagislatura a
tlghtaning of stato laws so that
subvarsiva activitios such as tha
KKK's "will not again sully our
Stata and frustrata tha peace
our cltisanry enjoys."
Exports in Florida Stato law
Wadnosday told Tha. Jawish
Floridian that tha Attorney Gen-
aral's authority is principally
vested) in anti-bookie invest iaa-
tian and in roprasanting tha stata
in criminal appaals lodged in tho
Supreme Court.
According to tha experts, Gov.
Collins "does hava tha powar to
extend tha Attorney General's
authority whan ha daams I*
necessary." This moans that H
may be up to tha Governor to
giva Ervin tha go-ahead on in-
vestigation into tho KKK's July
21 Lakeland meeting.
As tho exports see it, tha cen-
tral issue in Beach Mayor Paw-
oil's move to outlaw tho Klan
will revolve about closing tho
legal technicality loophole on
which tho.KKK operates today
that is, of being able ta moot pri-
vately without possible prosecu-
tion. Tho public Lakeland moot-
ing, in defiance of Florida law,
may open tho door to securing
legislation for putting tho Klan
out of business for good, the ox-
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 30
LEO MINDLIN -............................. NewS E^L
Our Lesson for the Day
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rh.-idoitarmriudu. 1 ured 8
. United Nations or in* ''*' T: :re ComTOS-
,: Arab .
is r>eer.
: the -
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1936
McCar:
ihQK
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Near East

f n the face of tl "c:'--' mmoral attitud* otm
gode actiritie*
U Big Thm torefcra pd
1 bo comoletriv dem
~_> ral *
neodn 1 baes fa
the gobbtodyaook it was
cd.
5; with efficient :..--' -de on staa*
(01 the txmueeroenl cf 'President" Nasser and
v. >. America, Britain and France as the pril
::; cast of character- ii was inevitable that the
cast not the cudiencewould be the vict m
of :ts own devices.
Thus, in succession, heve come tr.e sell-out
ci Britain at Suez, the arms deal with the Com-
mumstl cr.d last week's "nationalization" of
the vital Canal.
While Isrce! for WDM four vears now, has
"reen beaqinc the United Nation* for action
cainst Egypt's illegal blockade of her ships
.-.rough the Sues Canal cynical
policy in the Near Ec^t brought Ambassador
Ebban 1 but s.'.er
But the Western makera cf oolicy are not
making policy fort! are bcr*
policy made for then Nasser style It i -o
lonaei silei w lenl In the h
ol Wash -
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ex-
'.. shou) .
the Constant
way of others cur le-sor-. I
the dav is almc
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I Danzig.
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They Simply Can't Take It
Two world wars, and Arab treachery
durina which Arab leaders without principle
plaved both ends against the middle, showed
us that they can't choose sides and "take it."
Word from Amman Wednesday is that Jor-
den and other Arab na,;ons are proarina to
Dress for the removal of Maj. Gen. Edsel L.' M.
Burns as United Nations truce chief. They say
that Gen. Burns favors Israel!
Kibya Nachal Oz Lake Tiberias .
Whom are they kidding0 The UN Truce Com-
mission last week censured Jordan for her bor-
der attacks precisely at the time that Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold was in the Middle
East on another "peace mission."
They just can't take it-unless the rules are
their own.


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appointment P :o asre:"
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Bonds of Unity With Israel
Plans are already in the offing for Houses of
Worship here to participate in an Israel Bond
compaign during the coming High Holy Days.
Participating in such a campaign will give
Miami Jewry a splendid opportunity of reaffirm-
ing their faith in Israel as part of this most im-
portant religious service.
Today, as the Jewish State continues to exert
every effort to achieve economic independence,
the investment capital she derives from the sale
and purchase of State of Israel Development
Bonds stands as a sign of the spiritual kinship
between her and Jewish communities abroad.
It is to us that the people of Israel look for
economic assistance at this time. It is through
our continued and accelerated efforts on their
behalf that they will achieve their cherished
aL
There can be no better I -. Rosh Hash
but a month awayfor Jews here
eve- Israels
kxl cs well as spiritual.
They Cheered-and Adjourned
Back in 1952, when President Eisenhower
was running for office, he promised the Amer-
can people that the McCarran-Walter Immigra-
tion Act would be rewritten.
Some four years have since past, and the
Act is still on the books.
In 1953. the President pushed through Con-

JVi
THIS 15 THl ONLY ROAD TO PEACE
, 110 MINIUM
FIMO it difficult to understend the sssny peoplr rUrr*m
I br Bep John B. Orr Jr.'s rtsswi iriT.IUh*w h, t '
,-^hin? over" on Dde county voters. They gave him an uiu
SmS cooU^c* is* M.y^dpite the fact that h, ,
bit pn.1t.0s on dewsrrfatiMl. ___
This meant that Rep. Orr was firen a mandate by his 1
to act on the platform which elected him To have done
when a bill to evade the Supreme Court ruling can* t0 the,
the Hou<* would mean that Orr is guilty of the worst ktalj
If the r>itrict that returned him to offiet sranted a dott*
it should have by-paased the Lauraens Mhsmian
Apparentlv. thi it open eaon for voter schi/nphreau.
one hand resident.- here are out for Rep. Orr1! scalp because
ed he would On the other, many are expressing kw
s a% his inirtfl victes|| yrr fltsjfe Jqhst,
me W I per^ohsllefternnsf He woulfl do
he separate but equal doctrine. Thi* letter in van*
. tl\ circulated widely through the pr. -
of Dade voters does not ko i.. k that [t
eSsilj recall d>\ Collins- orwervations here list May. ~
rampeign coincided with a national convention of
n Miami-Beach.
cowiurwr utommm ucomts majm ttsm
AT THAT time. Gos ColHw deplored over a tele\i-inn br
incident brought to licht by his principal opponent. Sumtirj
bich in\cl\ed TV films of Negro convention dele
a'B- r^jaiimnt This, coupled with his prior dearb stated|
duties as povegnor to maintain the custom* and laws 1
i la -h -uld have burn enough to -eotch the du
ment of his manv nipporters well before it got started
It is thu eminently unfair of staunch Collins spokesncshl
him n>w The same lack of reality holds for the new drt
Rep Orr
The difference in Rep Orr's case is that he currently fiodsl
self the lone leader of a scant minority opposition While Got.
prestige ha vaulted elsewhere through the state. thu makinj
m of friendships here. Rep. Orr is increasingly failing t
the encouragement of even that "hard core" of pro-integrabu
who returned him to office and who are today afrai'l publicly
gratulate him for the stand he pledged to take during the prin
This kind of cowardly anonymity is the result of the
ployed by Gen. Lowry and Miamian Burton Thornal. another oil
orr opponents, who in May campaigned on the platfans tag I
1. .omething unAmerican in the Supreme Court ruling and sa>^
tared the proposition that proponents of integration are goitri
les> than sedition
Thornal. as a matter of fact, went to the point of quobaff
the Communist Daily Worker which, be alleged, praised Rep
cause "He opposed condemning Communists for teaching or I
ing ideas He also charged that Orr was counsel for a raeniaj
subversive organization (Dade County Ch. Case No. 135756*.
The intent of these charges is to confuse the essential *
obfuscatory and illicit phrases concerning Community
appeal to the emotions and assassinate public reason and
character
coMftfSMff or vnwrtMrr k cur a At rrciMMMff
?0 BEGIN with, neither Rep. Orr nor anyone el newspapereven if a Communist newspaper from
on his action* Comment, per se. did not imply Rep Orrt si
of it or satisfaction with itcertainly not in this eat.
alleged quote is so absurdly and meaninglessly stated Sjci
charge that an attorney has defended S Communist or a membe^
ibesfsies organization is old hat.
No ivss a great American than the Isle Wendell Wiflkhi
fully defended California CP heed Schneiderman shortly bean
kie died. Thu by bo means indicates that the former
baste wi.s. himself, a Communist but rather thut he took i
cudgels for what was then a basic principle of our denocra
to free political expression.
In line with this argument, the subversive whom Orr ilk
nded was not overtly identified: nor was his affiliation
"I" rr.ake it more current, former Sen Harry P. am ld
tted hi resignation to President Kisenhower from the Su!>
Activities Control Board, among other reasons, for the lad 1
continued use of the long-outdated BUbverssSSi
ting compiled by the Attorney General back around
II) revised and since the basis for a consider-iNe ouiBPtr*
pted prosecutions that fizzled in fact but that, n1""'^^
ceeded in destroying the reputations of many innocent pwP
I mean to indicate that calling an organization or indm*"i
rersive today requires greater amplification than eves
Attorney General's list can muster.
Most important, however, by placing the burden of deffl
Rrp Orr. this guilt by association tactic, coupled with tb* '"
silence of those who presumably support him even "*-r
emphasis of argument from where it properly belongs The 1
not Rep Orr Nor it is his right to ote against the ColUMl
to evade the Supreme Court ruling on segregation
The issue is the Collins program, itself, end similar
other Southern states. The issue is not the dastardly ssfl
" unAmerican character of Rep Orr in refusing t> vote for
tion of law The issue is the unAmerican character of the
obstruction
mi sfrijiaots am to u mm fun
COR THE activities of Southern leaders in behalf of
today and their efforts to Incite the people to evauos
preme Court order are surely as subversive as the acuvus*
munisti in this nation we universally condemn.
Whether one likes it or not. by the very nature of **''',
opponents uf integration are subverting the law of the '""Jjl
outside of one which would seek sponsorship of an amesis^
card the Fourteenth Amendment and thus to vitiate the
'he May. 1954 Supreme Court opinion, must be regarded.*!
Almost none has taken thu approach: almost all virtually woj
In acting as he did. Rep Orr showed himself a true e
those democratic principles he pledged on victon to ub
only intelligent argument to be mustered against him i> >
taking up leadership of the opposition, he may have h
lor later, constructive work in behalf of integration
But in the final analysis, it u his detractors- not he-1
be indicted


August 3. 1956
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+JelstfhrMUati
;h Member of UN Truce Team
Wed by Gaza Strip Landmine Blast
PAGE 5
j
Jeeed trim Pnge I
^.the path Friday evening
running into any diffi-
r, four Israelis were
in the El .Auja area,
a landmine and two dur-
ihort attack by Egyptians
sew settlement, Shelach.
Several other incidents occurred
yesterday in the El Auja area
and along the Israel Jordan bor-
der.
Dr. Nelson Gluech, president
of Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion and a promi-
nent archaeologist, narrowly es-
caped injury when an. archaeo-
logical party which he heads and
Calls Israel Imperialism's
fool' in Talk Telling Suez Seizure
limutd from Pope I
bow for the United States
lin to leave Israel under-
the face of a possible
P>y Egypt- The Sunday
exception, says that the
| of Israel and her Arab
is quite distinct from
the Suez Canal problem
still have to be settled
when Col. Nasser's folly
sd and expiated."
trs here do not expect
(iate change in the British
irard arming Israel de-
inting pressure from all
ey are of the opinion that
its who are now pressing
inesville
ereage
NEW 6E PUNT AND
625 ocres, $195 par acre.
ACHES V/t MILES EAST OF
includes complete leke.
lie of highway frentoge.
LES WEST Of GAINESVILLE
a of the finest residential
acres with evar '/a mils
5175 par acre.
MDUSTMAl DEVELOP
OUK COUNTY, lay acreage
her advances. Many aider
i tracts available. Phono er
IWpARRISHf Realtor
Rgnalopors Since 1911
ST. P.O. MX 114
lESVILLE, FLORIDA
Phone FR 2-4404
lUTIFUl RANCH
|S all cleared, leveled, fenced
Id in elect graoa ana 1*
inai. Only 12 minutes drive
tea.
180 per Acrt
dairy farm, ranch or home
lit. Purchase from original
|r complete data Phono:
tonklin 3-9922
pE DYKES, Broker
WAHAM RLDG., MIAMI
)AY'S ACREAGE
IjCrtt$100 per Acre
leiie Olado with Highway
27 Frontage.
icres$150 per Acre
n paved road and railroad
lef Indian Town.
kres$35 per Acre
of Panama City
toned B-3 Lot
Miami city water an fu property. Prito S28.000.
DONNA RRADT
Pace & Associates
FITING REALTORS"
d Ave. Ph. 12-162*
.SOTA, FLORIDA
[2,400 Acres
acre. Gees' terms. Par-
acre tracts ar lets.
e
Waterfront Apt.
lion, splendid return en
It. $60,000 cash,
|oge. Exclusive with:
IES S. SIMMONS
[Realtor
f. Pineapple Ave.
Rlngling 4-3171
the government to give arms to Is-
rael are not motivated by concern
for the Jewish State but are intent
upon causing as much annoyance
to Col. Nasser as possible.
ATLANTA BEACH .
2,850' Facing Ocean
and on A-l-A Highway
This is a subdivision, ready far
development. North of Ormond
Beech. 5100 per Ft. Call:
STANLET GOIDFARB with
BECKER-DOIAN, INC.
113 OLTMPIA BLDG.
Ph. 4-7471
Best Buys in Acreage
UNPARALLELED LOCATION
Subdivision Merrill Island At A
FRONTAGE. Oraino frontage. Pace*
iieneral etoro and U.S. Post Office. 358
ota. For other strategic Merntt Is-
land propsrtios:
Call 4-0147
Wilma Russa, Broker
MARTIN COUNTY
04 ipecvfetiwii or re*Kh ocroofo 4
niWfl (twih Ctarvrivfff. Piwiaty hnjhw-*y
frontage. 3, 6 ar 12 section*. Silt
S1S0 par acre,
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Excellent term Innd fast east af Rt.
441 SO acres, 5550 par acre.
See Acreage Specialist:
R0XIE THOMAS, Realtor
601 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY, POMPANO
Ph. Pempono 6*72
Eveniees end Swndov for Appointment
KAY RNEFF-JA 4-2973, Ft. Loederdole
2 AVi ACRE PIECES
High end cleared], en paved read,
52,750 each. Near St. Lacie Canal and
State Highwey 76.
NORMAN E. BUTLER
REALTOR
13030 N.W. 7th Ave. MU 1-1440
CAMP SITES
Located hi Ocola Notional Forest
Deer Hunting and Fishing area.
Priced at S6O0 each for 2% acre
tracts while they last.
Acreage with Liatereck
Tona and tons of commercial lime-
rock. 200 aerea mile highway
frontage, modern cottage for cit-
rus, farming or developmentZy,
miles from river. Price 1260 per
acre.
Home, Grove and lake Front
Completely furnished homet rjir
garage apartment, IS acres of fin-
est orange grove and several 100
feet of lake front. Price SS6.OO0
Terms.
Deer Naatsrs and Ftshsrsmn-thit
is iti 20 Acres la Ocata
National Forest
Concrete block building with large
dining room, fireplace and kitchen,
t concrete block cottages for sleep-
ing deep well electricity
lake front excellent fishing and
deer Hunting at your door. Price
115,000.
lake Front Hesse
On navigable lake 108 feet lake
front, modern concrete block, all
conveniences. Price S27.5O0.
HERMAN T. DYKES, Realtor
AfeJa Officer Taverns, Florida
Rrench Office:
Rtaant Pore, lake Cenaty. Florida
its armed escort came under auto-
matic fire in the Negev. This is
Dr. Glueck's fourth trip to the
Negev, where he is mapping th
settlements which existed there
during Biblical times.
(Israel has submitted a letter
of protest to the Security Council
charging that "incessant attacks"
along the Jordan frontier have
created a situation of "extreme
gravity." The letter, which also
scored a campaign of anti-Israel
propaganda by leaders of the Jor-
dan Government, was submitted
oply for circulation among mem-
bers of the Security Council.)
MONEY
FOR FARMERS er INVESTORS 250
Acres Black GeMt Fiaest Frest-praaf
Vegetable Land in Palm Reach Cennty.
Terms. Investigate and Invest I
DIXIE REALTY
202 S. Olive, W. Palm Beach
TEmele 3-1413
R. R. Frontage
Road Frontage
1300 FT. ON SEABOARD
TV? ACRES IN ALL
LUTHER SPARKMAN, Realfor
5375 Federal Hwy. Dania
Phone Hollywood 2-9717
GOOD ACREAGE
1505 ACRE PASTURE 55 per Acre
1040 ACRES SAND $150 per Acre
2700 ACRES SAND $150 per Acre
These tracts adjoin Seaboard Railroad
and new highway. Just north of new
Pratt A Whitney engine plant site in
Martin Co. Unlimited supply of water
and drainage from St. Lucie Canal
nearby. 8tN down, balance 5 years.
3350 ACRES OF MOCK ON HIGHWAY 27
Ready for development. |100 per aero.
down, balance S years.
11520 ACRES IN LEE COUNTY
S miles from Oulf. $60 per acre. 40*.
down, balance 3 years.
Call BOB DOUTHIT with
THURMOND W. KNIGHT
Registered Real Ittmtt Rrefcer
PHONE 7241 PAH0KEE, FIA.
TODAY'S BEST BUYS
NEAR AIR RASE and BUILDING PROJECT
20 Acres on S.E. Corner
Tallahassee & Biscayne
$3500 per Acre
60 Duplex Lots only $1,000 ea.
Acreage Mtrnr Air Rase
Excellent Speculation Rays
60 Acres Good Farmland
5500 per Acre with Ternrs
CALL 1151-1351 HOMESTEAD
MAMIE P. SMITH. Realtor
247 SO. KROMf AVE.
Florida's Best
Acreage Buys
640 Acre Pasture
East Hillsbereegh Cennty. Partially
improved. $110 par acre.
1,650 Acres Excellent Farm
and Pasture Land
Partially improved. Hillsbereegh Ceen-
ty. $100 per acre.
4,000 Acre Going Ranch
About 1,000 acres improved. Several
miles highway frontage.. $100 par
R. J. HARTNETT, Broker
111 W. Reynolds St.
Plant City, Florida
4
L 1
"!
T
Coram Gardens
Priced right far the beilder <
of lower price housing.
BREVARD ,
COUNTY
WHERE THINGS ARE POPPING. Two
miles State Rend frontaae with addi-
tional 2 miles Indian River frontage
directly in the path af progress. Price
$4,000. 20% dawn, balance 5 years.
No closing till December.
AlSO-40 acres with large lake, $250
per acre. Alsoyea cew't pay till 1955
far V/i miles Indian River frontage.
LOUIS B. BILLS, Realtor
230 So. Olive Ave., West Palm Reach
, Ph. TE 3-0421
Waterfront
For Sale
12,400 Ft. Waterfront on
40 Sq. Mile Lake
Approised at 530 to $45 per front ft.
Will sell for $22.50 per front ft. Re-
sponsible bnyer names own terms.
Contacts
RICK ANGLE
11 N.E. 1st St.
Gainesville, Fla.
Ph. FR 6-5171 or
Melrose GR 5-2343
Brokers Protected
I
I
Located S.W of Laaderdale
in area af fastest
TOTAL PRICE
'49.300
With Builder's Terms
Brochures on Reaaesf
FORT MYERS on Lower Gulf Coast
midway between Tampa and Miami
has become a YEAR 'ROUND MECCA
for out-of -staters seeking a permanent
abiding place in this perfect clime.
Thousands of homes will be in demand
each year aa the population increases.
Adjoining the city this 040-acre tract
fronting over 2 milea along a popular
state road leading to the nearby fa-
mous fishing grounds offers an ideal
opportunity for developers of home-
sites and housing projects. Included
within it at the intersection of th-eo
important roada is a prominent corner
of 30 acrea ideal for a shopping center
also three sites for throe large beau-
tiful lakes. Entire tract available at
S0M an acre. 1 5 cash and 10 years at
5". interest release clauses arranc*rj.
FOR THE BE8T in statewide LAND
investments contact NATIVE DEAL-
ERS, the JEFFCOTT Realty Invent-
menta. 2400 First St.. Fort Myers. Fla.
5
A 0
1200 Acres Lake
Frontage
Nice Hifh Pmeland
Only $110 per Acre
BREVARD
COUNTY
R. C. BURNS
116WillardSt.
Cocoa, Florida
SPECIALISTS m
BREVARD COUNTY
PROPERTY
WE NAVE ANYTNfWC TOO
WANT, LAROE OR iMALL
Read Frontaae
n Ocean Frontage
n easiness Sites
a Investment Properties
n Orevts and Homes
Ph. Cocoa 474 or 3177
R A
E
NCH
Tracts S2 through 56, Sec.
27-50-40, Vs mile frontage
on Griffin Rd., last west of
Oavie. i mile training
tmch, 12 paddocks, concrete
block stable with 14 stalls,
tack ohd feed rooms and of-
fice. S bedroom, 5 hath
home with swimming anal.
Many ether improvements.
Rrethere an roanest.
WITH LAC00CHEE '
RIVER FRONTAGE
2,100 ACRES with over 4 miles of river
frontage and 1 Vi mile an mam high-
way. Completely fenced, 400 acres im-
proved pastvre. Ideal for large ranch
or for development. Contact Jim Per-
rish, Associate, er
HERBERT GOLDMAN, Realfor
Robertson Blag., Ocala, Fla.
Phone MUrian 2-4474
There's Profit In
MERRITT ISLAND
For the best bays am FAerritt Island,
from $250 per acre up, call
RALPH T. FOIWELL
11 Ofympin Rldg. _____12 2031
Wyman Atkins
REALTOR
Oeafing im Lew Pritt Acreaee
12789 W. Dixie Hwy.
Ph. 89-1935 PL 8-8332
Contact Acreage
Department
JAckson 3-1411
Day or Night
Exclusive with
Anaconda
\ Realty Company j
[ 303 EAST LAS 0LAS BLVD. j
LAUDERDALE
I CT.LAU
bss>...^>.
A REAL BARGAIN .
5 Acres
3 RULES WEST OF GOULDS
$440 per Acre Coed Terms
n
160 Acres High Pine
2 RULES EXCELLENT ROAD
FRONTAGE
Ideal for Development
a
60 Acres High Pine Land
1320' FRONTAGE EVERGLADES
PARK ROAD
Comer property, 3200' total mad
frontage, connecting City limits of
Floride City. $2200 per Acre.
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
14421 Federal Hwy., Perrino
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Phone 817-9015


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.Friday
PAGE 6
Chaikin Appointed
Fund Co-Chairman
Mount Sinai Hospital develop-
ment fund Wednesday gained im-
pttM with the appointment of L*H
Chaikin as co fund' mmmercial division commit
tee which i- currently conducting
a campaign among Greater Miami
hu-ine.men to raise its share of
the more than $4,000,000 needed
i construct the new 300-bed Mount
Sinai Hospital.
A prominent business executive,
( haikin is active in many civic and
welfare efforts, including Com-
munity Chest and the Greater Mia-
mi Jewish Federation, of which he
is MaiatMl treasurer.
Temple Isrotf Green
Coupler Limited oflL.
held a moonlight saiiboiT
the "Tropic B,rd" j^,1
ning.
Sweet, but
"On-fotW
at rooe rbtuo stcmu i
Shown (left to right' following their election
to B'nci -B'rith posts at recently concluded
5th District convention in Richmond. Va.. are
Mrs. Geraid Sola. Miami, elected second
vice president of women's chapters; George
J. Talianoff. Miami Beach, reelected member
of National Commission of Anti-Defamation
League; Mrs. Alfred Reich, Hialeah, fourth
vice president of women's chapters; and E.
Albert Pallot. president-elect, men'* lodges.
ol
South Dade Jewish Center Names
Rabbi Baumgard Spiritual Leader
The appointment of Rabbi Herb- Union College-Jewish Institute
ert M. Baumgard U iplntuil Religion in 1950. He helped to or-
leader of South Dade Jewish e'en- ganize Temple B'nai Israel in El-j
ter was announced Wednesday by moot, N.Y., which now boasts aj
Herman W. Feldman. president, membership of more than 500 fam-'
Rabbi Baumeard will assume the dies He is regarded as one of the
puipit lor High Holiday services on leading interpreters ol Liberal Ju- i
Sept 6 and 15 to he held at the daism, havfrlg written a number ot
University Ol Miami's Beaumont brochures and popular pamphlets
Hall. 00 'be subject. Rabbi Baumgard,
A native of Norfolk. Va.. Rahb, has lectured at Columbia UniveTO
Baumgard wai ited from the '> in New York and Is completing
University ol in 1941 and his work al Columbia lor a Itector-
was ordained Rabbi at Hebrew ate degree in Semitlcs, in addition
spiritual leader of the
South Dade Jewish (enter. Rabbi
Baumgard will serve ai directoi ol
the Southern Florida Council of
Reform Congregations.
Formation of the Southern Flori-
friedman in Round oi Talks
Former Municipal Judge Milton
I A. Friedman addressed members
IOf the Golden Beach Ijons club
this week on municipal problems,
juvenile delinquency and traffic.
Judge Friedman was also sched-
uled to appear in a talk Tuesday at
the Colony restaurant before mem-
bers of Gilbert Balkin chapter,
ETui B'rith Womrfn. r. FV
been purchased for the building of
a modern temple, classrooms and
atlonal facilities The Center
already has a well established Sun-
da] and Hebrew school with over
200 children attending. It has also
ntzed teen and tweenagc pro-
grams for inauguration this fall.
Adult education and Friday night
services help round out the spirit-
ual programs of this young group.
"In line with the new trend in
American Jewish synagogues, the
Center will develop an enlightened
Jewish activity for the entire fam-
ily Feldman said in his Wednea-
!dav announcement.
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da ouneil with an office in Ci
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bj Dr Maurici N Eiaendrath, pres-
ident ol the Union ol An tl;can
Hebrew < ions
South i lei was
nixed a int!,' over a year
to u rve the spiritual, cultural i
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Westview country clubbers are instituting a new
system of handicapping members' play, and Dr.
Albrt E. Rosenthal headed up the committee that
finally developed the plan. .
"This system appears to offer the most equitable
basis of determining individual players' handicap-
ping," Dr. Rootnthal reported. .
mtic fluctuating system at Westview will eliminate many
previously spent in sheer statistical work Neat.
\n. Alan B. Cohen arrived in town Wednesday to spend
Jris mother before he enters foreign service. .
I H. Cohen, ot-tfee International hotel, is therefore busy
to rnecoupla and her young grandson, Charles. .
ii' stopover Here, they were in New York with Suxanne's
Mrs. Jack Nelson. .
srvice for the couple comes after Dr. Alan's tenure as a
iician in a New Orleans, La., hospital.
and Syd Stanley, a postcard mailed in Salzburg. "We
the opening night of this greatest of all musical festivals,"
ileys. .
Hry too awe-inspiring to write briefly. Every night, every
I't greatest operas, symphonies, conductors, singers, solo-
Vienna for three more daysthen on to Venice."
director at the Nautilus hotel. Vienna-born Lotto is
, among other things, for her delicious Dobostorte.
Al Jacobs will present an encore to their recent Festival
Arts at the Lake Tarteton club in Pike, N.H., Aug. \?
tracker Barrel Americana," the event will feature lectures
Bon Gross, Henry Morgan, Tiny- and Stuart Glooto and
tteinbere,
r, touring Israel, is telling friends by card that the country
id of miracles". Felice and Jorry Schwartx are touring
. Speaking of the Lake Tarleton club, vacationing there
Ceurshem, and he introduced Ralph Kavesh, Dartmouth
other night, who gave a "rocking chair chat" on I'.S.
Samuel Waldmon is revealing that Waldman's Crown
*n for the High Holy Days and that a nationally known
liciate at service in the hotel's 500-seat air conditioned
tto Ohio State U. chapter of Phi Eta Sigma recently was
i, Jr., 3722 Royal Palm ave. .
led via air mail that their son is No. 1 in the freshman
fierce, Ross aner Ale* are pleased as punch.
> > c c
n, 3710 Toledo, Coral Gables, are spending a two-
at Miami Beach. They're accompanied by sons Charles,
4, and daughter Judy. 10. .
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1UoM
PLAN TO SPEND
HE HIGH HOLIDAYS
WITH US
$11.00 DAR.Y PER PERSON-DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
Includes 3 Meals Daily
Services in our Private Synagogue
Sept. S
to IS
DAVID ROSNKR'S
DR PHONt FOR BROCHURE 4 KATES
uf conditioned
ling Orthodox Rabbis
[Laws
(observed
JARRING
Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood officers
at first major social event of the congrega-
tion are top row (left to right) the Mesdames
David Lieb, chaplain; Nathan Berman, hon-
orary member; Harvey Melnick, member at
large; George Cohen, publicity; Morris Har-
ris. Oneq Shabbat chairman; William Hey-
man, hospitality chairman; Jerome Hifkind,
president; Leonard Harris, vice president;
Isidore Bolner. corresponding secretary;
Norman Leventhal; Stephen Freed, sun-
shine; R. Shapiro, member at large; and Wil-
liam Rossman. sunshine. Bottom are the
Mesdames Djuretta Weiss, program; Abra-
ham Lechinsky, historan; Norman Rlchman,
membership; Harvey Klein, membership;
Milton Miller, legal and treasurer; Abraham
Levitan, honorary officer; and David Blatt-
man, member at large.
&m>out KAour t^pccial j-avorites
TANGY MANISCHEWITZ PRODUCT
Calorie-Conscious Homemakers See
Gefilte Fish Streamlined, Cool Eating
With the growing awareness Of
caloric content as a key to sound
nutrition, more and more home-
makers are discovering one of the
most important nutritional attri-
butes of Manischewitc Gefilte Fish
its surprisingly low-calorie food
value.
A 2'z oz. portion, for example,
contains only 70 calories, as com-
pared to two and three times that
number in other high protein
foods.
As a result, this favorite old-time
dish, long enjoyed for its superb
home-kitchen taste and quality, is
gaining new recognition as a par-
ticularly appropriate food for
streamlined, calorie controlled
modern menus.
Because it is so high in proteins
and low in calories. Manischewitz
Gefilte Fish is especially welcome
as a light yet eminently satisfying
sumer food. Made with a blend of
i choice freshwater fish and pure
home-kitchen seasonings, this ten-
der, luscious gefilte fisn makes for
cool eating in warm weather, serv-
ed either from the jar in the tradi-
tional manner, or in one of the
many modern variations created by
the Manischewitz Home Economics
Department.
Coupled with rich, red Manis-
chewitz Borscht. served either as a
chiiled soup or a frosty, refreshing
drink, Manischewitz Gefilte Pish
provides the basis of a nourishing
meal that requires a minimum of
effort in preparation.
In addition to the traditional
oval-shaped patty, Manischewitz
.Gefilte Fish is available in tiny fish
I balls, called "fishlets," that are
'convenient in shape and size for
' the preparation of hors d'oeuvres
! and salads, such as the Fishlet
| Main Dish Salad, suggested by the
Manischewitz Home Economics De-
partment as the major feature of a
tempting summer menu that in-
cludes, for liquid refreshment, a
Manischewitz Berscht Shake (reci-
pes below).
MENU
Borscht Shake
Fishlet Main Dish Salad
Tam Tarn Crackers Watermelon
Butter Coffee
BORSCHT SHAKE
1 jar Manischewitz Borscht
(chilled)
^r cup heavy sour cream
Strain the borscht. Add cream
and whip thoroughly with an egg
beater, electric mixer or blender.
Serve in tall, chilled glasses.
FISHLET MAIN DISH SALAD
1 pint jar Manischewitz Fishlets,
drained
2 tablespoons Fishlet broth
2 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon salt
14 teaspoon Manischewitz white
pepper
1 cup diced celery
1 cup.cooked peas
2 cups cooked rice
Mix mayonnaise, Fishlet broth
and seasonings. Add remaining in-
gredients and toss gently. Serve on
crisp lettuce. Serves 4-6.
Women's Swim-Dance
Eleanor Roosvelt chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a swim-
dance Sunday evening, Aug. 5. at
the Ocean Ranch hotel. The pro-
gram includes swimming, dancing,
entertainment and refreshments.
Hostesses for the evening are Mrs.
Norman Sand, president, and Mrs.
Louis Aronovitz. social chairman.
miami
PISITY of MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY
IUR FIEDLER ".'.'.'c...
ly, Aug. 5th, 8:30 Tickets 75c to $2.50
BEACH AUDITORIUM Air Conditioned
JB X047/ ft HO 1-OMS CMfella't U* t%-9 9*. *
New Lodge Hall
In Offing Here
A new lodge hall, with facilities
for public meeting rooms and pri-
vate parties, is planned for the
Mami area.
The 177 Building Corporation
Wednesday announced the pur-
chase of a lot measuring 100 ft. x
190 ft. on the northwest corner of
W. Flagler st. and NW 46th ave.
An extensive campaign for build-
ing funds is being planned by the
organization. When completed, the
building will be occupied by Roose-
velt lodge 177 Knights of Pythias
and Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian
Sisters.
Leonard Glasser is architect.
New Program For Tween Agers
RELIABLE RETIRED MAN
ADAPTABLE AN* HANDY, etiices part
r Ml tiwt job, office, toes, cert tf
ooihMofl or sootsthlafi sheiler, ot Met-
tit roenwonitioe. Local roforoocts.
Mr. A. f., tex W7J, HMeaM It.
A new program, aimed at giving 1
tween agers of Greater Miami a
wholesome, constructive and well-
supervised summer vacation, is
presently being sponsored by the
Town Branch of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
The new program, known as
"Senior Day Camp," is open to all
boys and girls between the ages of
13 and 15 and meets three after-
noons a weekMonday, Wednes-
day, and Friday.
Included in the program are
planned activities such as boating,
swimming, roller skating, dancing,
bowling, trips and cook-cuts.
Southwest Women Meet
Regular meeting of the Sister-
hood of Southwest Jewish Center
was held this week at the Center,
6438 SW 8th st. Membership in the
Sisterhood is now open.


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3k tL Wtalm of Society
Friedland to Wed Irving Cohen Early in Man*
Marjorie
The summer home of the Samuel Fnedland
Minn was
the
Miami Beach, in White Bear Lake.
>cene of the announcement of the engagement of
th. ir daughter, Marjorie Doris, to Irving Cohen.
SAMUtl fRItDLANDS' 201h MDDIHG AHNMRSAtY
The announcement was made there on JuU It
uHch coincided with the 20th wedding anniversary
, I Mr. and Mr*. Friedland.
Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
C< hen 3529 Pinetree dr.. Miami Beach, who joined
the Friediands in White Bear Lake in order to be
ent for the double celebration.
U DtUtCT WHITtflllD GRADUATl
MUM Fnedland will graduate from the Wh.tefield
School shortly.
BUOHGS TO PI LAMBDA PHI
Mr. Cohen attended the University of Miami and
vBS a member of Pi Lambda Phi He served with the
Inted States Coast Guard for three rears.
GROOM-JOBt BUSINtSSMAN
Mr. Friedland is chairman of the board of Food
Fair Stores. Mr. Cohen is associated with his lather
in the Florida Proce^m^ Company of Miami.
WLDDING DAti DM IN MARCH
The wedding is scheduled to take place early in
March.
She's Betrothed
To an Israeli
Mr and Mm. F.rnert Woolfe.
4474 Sheridan ave longtime resi-
,),., of Miami Beach, announce
th* engagement of their daughter.
Diane to Cecil Isaac Camber.
He i< the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Camber. Mt. Carmel, Hai-
f... Israel
The wedding will take place in
late August
Mui Woolfe is a student of fine
arts at Barnard College, Columbia
I nivcrMt>
Mr Camber graduated from
McGill I'niversity. Montreal, and
received his Masters degree in
marine sciences at the University
of Miami, where he now heads
fisheries technology research at
the Marine Laboratory.
Mr Camber served in the British |
Army during World War II and
with the Israeli Army, as a captain.
during Israels War of Independ-
ence.
*J WAM WOM*
York, included Mrs. 1__
don, maternal grandmother A
bride. Mrs Anna Miller.
grandmother of the bride ]
Mrs. David Weiss, Mr m\
Robert Philips and family.]
Mrs. William Moody nd
Mrs. William Cordon and i
Leslie. Mr. and Mrs N
ser. Mr. and Mrs. Leoiurii
Mr. and Mrs Moi Pent,
Lubert. Richard Biaiik. fcj
Mrs. Jerome Lindenbaiia. ]
Lois Krin and Mrs Sonm\
man, Akron. 0.
Aiil''
MISS MARIORIt fRHLHAND
Double Ring Rites
Unite Miss Miller
And Alfred Kane
In a double ring candlelight,
ceremony on Sunday. July 29. at
the Seville hotel. Miss Marilyn
Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Mitthel P Miller. 4311 f.ranada
blvd formerly of New York, be-
came the bride of Alfred Kane, son
of Mr and Mrs Isadore KaU. 2937
SW 37th ct
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth A ceremony in the PL
David Synagogue, officiated at the.the Miami Springs VilUs!
6 p.m. pink and white rites. junited in marriage Bern*)
Best man was Harold Kane. Goldberger and Morton Irn|
brother of the groom Ushers were j m*n Habbi Boris RaekouM
David and Steven Miller, brothers th* double ruuji
The bride is the daughter!
and Mrs. Sidney S. Goldta
SE 5th st., Hialeah Mr ail
Miss Goldbei
Exchanges VovJ
of the bride. Marvin Berman, Don-
ald Moody and Arthur Meyer.
Bridesmaids were Rhoda Bress- j
ler. It-, Meyers, I-rns Krin. Carol ,HtnrZ G,lman Phillips and Naomi Miller. |
Matron of honor was Mrs. David;
Miller, sister-in-law of the bride.
Risa Kane, niece of
acted as flower girl, and Judith,
The bride chose point n
over satin. Her full skirt til
ioned in tiers bordereif
*0\: chantilly lace and floted.
chapel train I-ace trinadl
Ann luhl.-r was ,n charge of the|iM||o^ necfc MiCf 1d|
UOs| h0l the traditional port
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and attended
the University of Florida and Uni-
versH) of Miami
The grOOal
Universit) of Miami, received his
ree in education at ]froon.n twin slst,r. Mrt
Give!. Hammond Ind. ti|
'aqua gown of chiffon andi
pastel roses
gift of the groom. For f
sleeves.
Her fingertip veil fell
scalloped pearl crown. AI
I of white roses and a graduate of tbeladorned heT prj>er ^^
Matron of honor, the
Columbia University and spent two
re.
bride wore a diamond heart


MRS. MORTON GILMAH
MRS. MAtSVAU PIPPIR
MRS. ALfRlD KANf
Lazarus. Pepper To Live in Philly; He's Med Student
blue garter belonging to her sister- .L J *i- *iui
in |.u The bridal gown was of silk ,enth ? jj *
styled with princes, ""learned colonial
bodice, shoulder-baring neckline'pm* "***' .
i d traditional pointto-hand | Sherwin Creel *'
M'pliques of peau d'ange hi* brother m law, wan
lace touched with seed pearls ac-, Soanmerstein. Jerry %**
cented the bodice Of the gown. Pul Gifford served as usss
The bouffant skirt swept into a1 Soto** was Hubert WM
chapel tram A pearlized crown ***** Herschait kep
graduated Won.
Out-of town guests, all from New the Playhouse
Tiss Janet Fays Lazarus and and Mrs R-irrv I CariJ.r m "***( cnapei train. A .
Marshall Alan Pepper were united iron of honor Brid, Jere' Kne -S e* i""*- Tu" ""'" "* ^ wi of *"*
arwr^BAa ^XT<^zt& ^^p-^^- *
Raobi Joseph Narot officiated. ru lh. trhJ!\l S r '" T ""T^ Mttnoa M,,,l,<-1 Col-
The br.de. the daughter of Mr. Sesnuiid ""' tf '? ,'hlli",''1'1,"' "<> b men.
and Mrs. Frank M. Lazarus. 2150 The groom who th, T ,,s,1,,n Pi arul ,'1"
&\ 15th s,.. MUuni, had as her as- Dr VS^T^ : ~** -'-n.ty
ints the grooms m-ut. Misi 17th at. Miami, had as his best mar m sts included Urs
Ushers were Stephen JL, K-oulie Ml, s,
the bride. Dm N"r("lk' V *
aid Rosenberg, Dr. Eugen. 1li":'' "", N,r ""! Mrs
thai. Kenneth MeversH.Urts ^. Mr
book.
Reception and dinner M
K icy Pepper, as maid of honor hls fa,ner.
Lazarus, brother of the bride. Don- I)aM(,
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*
Miami Marlins vs.
# iilmliil* 18:30 PJ*. *
6t. 4 00 t.m.
ionald
'ng. Jay Silbert^Arthu'r" Pepper' ",?'' "j! "^ IVl''" r ****a*,
Norman Fofel and Jerome Sandier V, \ "' Mjr^'"'v Mr
Embrodered Pre.eh orgaiMh In SL S?V Mr and
fashioned the bridal gown | ,''V" ^ ^ and
with molded rxxiice and loukE Afr baring neckline frrnin, OUy the
sleeve The neckline and sleevei h, r*M"" "' "* Algiers
wen wuh 1:i, sL^nXVVm*,,0r,nU*
broidered organdy. The :' ,h* H,ih;>at r,-.m
tiered *ai wm DonHenfth ryaooa m the
A crown of rM.,rll?, ,,,. Wll|
oms held her fingertip vei hiiadeiphu
Paw -ik French illusion. She ear-
ned a cascade bouquet of life
the-valley. pink phalanopsi
pink orchids m the center
The bride is a graduate
Senior High School amd
lib "fw/S ESGRAV1XG (^MPASi
of!Iliam, ^sCSir-SSS '^^
LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES
BUSINESS CARDS
ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS
' N.I. SIVtam-SOUtTN $Ttf IT *** '
Vkftmt nnm M4SS
of Alpha EpsUon Ph, -oronts S^.^^S "AOaS
I The bridegroom is a graduate of """'*
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it 3. 1956
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PAGE 9
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teskind
12 Rites
immcr wedding are
larks and Robert
They will be mar-
fat the Colony res-
Is. Tula Marks, the
fcrents, ar announc-
ement. They live at
b
the son of Mr. and
skind, 15120 NW
Miami Beach,
formerly of Gaines-
cated in Daytona
>m-to-be is a na-
graduated from
Ugh School and at-
ersity of Miami. He
gree from the Uni-
ida where he was a
Lambda Phi frater-
as a lieutenant in
is Will
[n Europe
of Maurice Good-
>f entertainment at
eau hotel, and Ann
?r of dance at the
took place Sunday.
A. Skop, of Coral
led the ceremony at
and Mrs. George
ison Island, Miami
In was best man,
lide Green was maid
rwill honeymoon in
Southwest Jewish Center members meet for first social event
since organizing the congregation some two months ago. Top
row (left to right) are Mrs. Morris Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Felson. spiritual leader Rabbi Abraham Levitan, Mrs. Norman
Levanthal, Miss Elaine Farkas. Morris Harris, Mrs. Jerome
Rifkind, Mrs. Donald Curtis, Jerome Rifkind, Charles Propper.
Second row are Milton Miller. Michael WcJfson, Jacob Koch,
Miss Irene Wolfson, Mrs. Morris Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Steer, Mrs. Hyman Wolfson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marks, Morris Brooks, Isidore Bolner, Mrs.
William Rossman, Mrs. Charles Propper. Third row are Mrs.
Harvey Milnick, Mrs. Sam Wolfson, Mrs. Stephen Freed, Enid
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. David Lieb, Mr. and Mrs. David Blatrman,
Mr. and Mrs. William Heyman, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Lechinsky, Mrs. Beckie Harris, Mrs. George Cohen, Mona
Cohen, George Cohen and Mrs. A. Rosenthal. Foreground
are shildren: Sharon Miller, David Felson, George Bolner,
Hannah Rossman. Bee Shapiro, Sam Harris, Buddy Felson,
Renee Richman, Diana Harris. Adele Richman, Adrienne
Richman. Joe Harris, Sam Harris, Jerry Leventhal, Wayne
Leventhal and Beverly Leventhal.
Gown
Tepper
flight ceremony on
at 7 p.m. Miss
Bnd Charles Stone
marriage. Rabbi
:iated at the cere-
ubaiyat room of the
\fi\e daughter of Mrs.
Id the late Mr. Tep-
>llins ave., Miami
idegroom is the son
inberg and the late
1904 Marseilles dr.,
id as her matron of
fer, Mrs. Joseph Mun-
Idney Feldman was
1st man.
(as gowned in ballcri-
organza, and carried
knd lilies-of-the-valley
Me.
a graduate of the
Miami. Mr. Stone,
Bayshore country
lorida representative
tion and dinner in
Itel, the couple left
rip through Florida,
their home at 8430
imi Beach.
Arthur Fiedler on Podium With UM
Summer Symphony Sunday Evening
Arthur Fiedler takes over on the of following local fire engines as
podium of the University of Miami volunteer fireman in his open car.
'-*.^>3rt*ji?&S#3???^

Waraor-KohD
WtUS STONf
Summer Symphony Orchestra Sun-
day evening, Aug. 5, at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
The world renowned RCA Victor
recording artist and conductor of
the Boston Pops Orchestra will
lead the UM organization in its
seventh concert of the summer
season.
Scheduled are Knightsbridge
March, Coates; Overture to "Obe-
ron," Weber; Pavane, Ravel; ballet
music from "Faust," Gounod; Peer
Gynt Suite No. 1, Grieg; Largo
from "Xerxes," Handel, with vio-
lin solo by Eugene Dubois; Suite
from "Graduation Ball," Strauss.
Selections from "My Fair Lady,"
Loewe; Love is a Many-Splendored
Thing, Fain; and Bugler's Holiday,
Anderson.
Mr. Fiedler currently is cele-
brating his 26th season as conduc-
tor of the Boston Pops Orchestra.
Fiedler also has begun his 27th sea-
son as conductor of the Esplanade
summer concerts. The first pops
[ tour broke all records for pops con-
[ certs, and the orchestra will give
i over 80 concerts on their current
tour.
A familiar figure in Boston's
winding streets as he rushes to re-
hearsals or engages in his hobby
Snowden Will Seek
Circuit Judge Seat
Charles H. Snowden, municipal
judge of the City of Miami, has an-
nounced he will be a write-in candi-
date for circuit judge, Group 14, in
the November elections.
The 34-year-old candidate, born
in Andalusia, Ala., Wednesday said
that "if elected, I shall be happy to
devote the remainder of my active
years toward so conducting myself
and the court in which I serve that
our priceless inheritance of justice
and fair play is not lost or de-
graded."
Snowden came to Miami at the
age of two and graduated from
Miami Edison in 1942. He attended
the University of Tennessee and
received his law degree at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Appointed municipal judge in
November, 1954, he is vice presi-
dent of Sertoma, a civic organiza-
tion devoted to the assistance of
delinquent children, and helped
institute a program for the rehabil-
itation of alcoholics in City Court.
Fiedler also is virtually a house-
hold word to music lovers through-
out the world. He has vastly en-
larged the repertoire of the pops
orchestra and has contributed
much to the appreciation of good
music through his RCA Victor re-
cordings.
Fiedler's lifelong desire to bring
musical culture to those outside of
the musical cult began to find ful-
fillment in the late 1920's. After
his European training and an army
stint in World War I. Fiedler play-
ed the violin and the viola with the
Boston Symphony and was the
city's No. 1 piano accompanist on
the outside. On July 4, 1929. after
long organization and much beg-
ging for financial support, Fiedler
conducted the first of Boston's out-
door concerts on the banks of the
Charles River.
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Gilbert to be Bar Mrtxvah Here
Oment Saturday
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pfl officiate
Perrv ,. the son of Mr and Mr
iJZcMMi 1330 MI
Murr.i Beach
,1, j, a June 1955 "duf*r "f
k> Mhrr* *.caderr<\ and nil con-
there in the fall.
Iterant of ho -^Jj"
award annually e.ven a member o
lte Hebrew Academy I"****
clan. P*rj belongs to the Aca-
d, choir and B'nai Akivah club.
He will read from the Torah and
oflaoaie at Mosal *mees during
the Bar Mrtzrah ceremony
\ reception in Dishonor i- -lated
Sunday evening at the Royal Hun-
garian restaurant Gue>t> will in-
clude Hi rrandparentv Mr and
Mr- Aaron CiroenL Miami Beach.
Miami Beach Job***
ad North Shore Gros.
-enee at the Sea Gel| fcjj
evening
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SftfCUY KOMU MUnii-i
Prises Cfca.ce Qnfify /*
WHntK "ia.il!.1
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, .. been a
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-> student at
i Beach H:n School.
mi! f<>liow aarvteei
i- he hurtle of the celebrant, and
2 a reception will be
held at Harfenr*t rertaurant Mr*
grandmother, at
. .,:,< NY will 1m- among
own guests.
Rabbi Tibor Stem will offi-
ciate, with Cantor Maurice Mam-
lg the mu.-ical pr-
the liturg> Michael will
chant from the Torah and the
tradttiaaal Maftir. after which he
will address the congregation
Barry Lee. aon o* Mr. and Ml*
O. D. Brunner. New OrWane.
La., will become Bar Mlrxrah
during Saturday rooming eere-
!cea. Aug. 4. ol Flaglar-Granada
lewiah Community Canter. Rab-
bi Lao Haim will orficiaaa.
Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Maer. 419vSW 29th rd.. Miami.
' Barry will be honored at a re-
ception following services.
SkmJ Smk lff# Jfk
? Ma^ada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionists will present an
One* Shabbat Friday night at the
.home of Joe Meyer. 901 7th st.
Mi--- Shirley Friedman will discuss
-The Development of Jewish Social
Service."
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Luqurt 3. 1956
ice Marks
'eace Mission
finued Irmm Fag* 1
eply" regretted the inci-
lich occurred on the Jor
traeli demarcation line
tely after his leaving the
itries. He added that he
red by the injuries suf-
three United Nations ob-
tho have been seriously
while on duty in the
peace."
ncidents,'* said Mr. Ham-
in his statement, "were
led, as I felt entitled to
the most rigorous meas-
implementation of the
fecase-fire. They are ex-
of the deeply disturbed
which still prevail and
wider it imperative for
led to impose the disci-
lich alone can preserve
Id order.
directed a new strong
those concerned to take
hires necessary for the
In of the cease-fire to
ty are bound by solemn
igs to the United Na-
rtrust that these appeals
Jeeded. The obligations
(and failures to live up
do not mean that these
is are reduced to empty
is my conviction that
intents will be faithful
it into action their rea-
lties so as to help the
tations, to develop the
into a generally ac-
ite of mind in which a
of what has just hap-
[ excluded."
a*.-*

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agMn's natural spri
tnHton
Duncrwiiwrf*Ul
Duncraggan ia well known to
Mlamians for its dining and recrea-
tional facilities, close-by champion-
fcr
PAGE II
spring water, ular hotel quarters are housed in
Duncraggan's main buildings.
Wise, who is owner of Wise
Dress Shop at 56 W. Flagler st..
ship 18 hole golf course and sport- Miami, resides with his wife at "608
ing programs which include horse- SW 18th ave.
back riding, shuffleboard and
swimming at the Inn's own pool.
Four lodges are available for
vacationers who like sleeping in
more rustic accommodations. Reg-
.tie Party
wng ZOA
trig Married Zionist
! hosts to) a barbecue
irty Saturday night at
)f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
NE 152nd ter.. Arthur
Ident, revealed Wednes-
|en is being assisted by
tte Roth, Mrs. Daniel
[Mrs. Philip Delman and
|y Habbaz.
sotin, chairman of hos-
unittee, is being assist-
ed Finkelstein. Murray
Lindenbaum, Dr. Herb-
Ian and Ben Malley.
Ka Sootin, membership
[has announced that the
|p committee "will be on
klcomc the guests."
Duncraggan Inn
Bought by Miamian
Miami businessman Al Wise has
purchased Duncraggan Inn, sum-
mer resort in Hendersonvilie, N.C.,
from former owners Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Lewis. Announcement of
the purchase, consummated July
RJI. was made here Wednesday by
Wise.
Duncraggan will continue cater-
ing to summer vacationers through
Sept. 15.
Wise meanwhile revealed that
current plans call for adding a new
health resort to the Hendersonville
vacation spot, featuring mineral
baths and massage. Expected to be
completed in time for next year's
season, the resort will make use of
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MILTO\ RiE9***-=
mm -,h*h he todiH^^M hss Use Arab that the Nam *J
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Saavf Arabia Sr*t German foreign
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-.121 diplomat Grobba in
Baghdad disclosed German fi-
. [an? '-*-' teen ri~m
Plant..".* The \ar.- channeled
funds and arm* through Saudi
.* by Arab maraud-
"alestinian Jew-
Dag Sarf *J ,hat th*
Kan --houid -d pmMoh
concerning Paletine with per
son. designated by the Grand
agents" The refer-
nl Rlj \min elHusseini.
the Mufti of Jerusalem.
Berlin during the
war a- Hitler Moslem aide
The Saudi King told the San-
he did not in any circum*tances
art aatj Germani fund* con-
tributed for thi* unstsJewtsh)
-e to be used for any other
than the real purpose, and he also
wanted at all cost* to prevent
-rr,r.% being disappointed
These statements could But have
been more definite
Tadaj 'he State 1*^^*^'
in possession of the^-
dor-:- hipments of
mu' Saudi Arabia Irac!
iinular arm- I
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mal
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Ml*
WHEN. IN 10. Dr Lmmanuel Velikovsky published hu |
W t,fie world. All were quick to repudiate what they cobjmJbJ
ta*tic hspothesi that the plane* Venus, born about OH
comet' untimely nppec! from the gaseous Jupiter swept
close to the earth, causing it to step rotating for twenttfaf
and provoking terrible catastrophe* over the (ace of the,
Hi second book <12>. "Ages hi Chaos." was equally.
Whether science or pure fancy, it is a fascinating *,*
Velikovsky ha gathered the ancient histories of *nn
civiliiation. including the great wonders: of the Old TesU
-. lated their recollections of huge physical disturbance
vUn stood stni for Joshua, that plagues swept Kgypj n,
rained blood, that the Red Sea parted in twofor all
and many more the author found, in vestiges of other
gone, memory of similar events and funouk cataclytau
time.
h theory, that the earth had passed through an ea
tail depended in large measure on a realignment of s
of ancient historjr. shifting soroaj periods as much a> hi mj
dred years Interestingly enough, several of his
been corroborated by recent archaeological decipherments aj'
methods of determinmg the age of artifacts
F-arth in I pheaval haavas up a lot of earth from t
excavation, this tune utilizing "the testimony of stone and ha;'
geology and archaeology. Although the author has let his
Venus go the way of all flesh, his hypothesis b basically th
that the history of the earth was rocked by di.sa*ten so
that they could only have been produced by extraterrefirul
To this end. Dr. Velikovsky cite* a great deal of schoUrli
The difficulty is that although many scientists will agret
author's catalogue of observable effects, few of them would
deductive leap to the ciuse of these effects. Certainly it is
point that the evidence grows perceptibly weaker
In hi> real to support the theory to which be U sincert!)
ted. Dr Velikovsky lays about with a large stick at many d
most sacred cows Darwinians will undoubtedly rise up ra
\ ikusakj I origin of the specious, but the fact remains that
theory of evolution leaves so many holes to be filled that y
no matter how publicly discredited, achieve a high degree of
t> t<> any mind open to them.
A for his quarrel with Newtonian phymcv the *otk
"Would pa li>tcn to anybody discuss the mechanic- sj t*
who G.ie- not know the ( kmeutary physical forces existing n
But thi- i. the position adopted by astronomers who acclaiaa
ble a ceU-*tial mechanics coaceiwad in the 1660'* ifl which
and magnetism play not the slightest role "
T- someone like the reviewer, whose intere-t i- as
boiarly a- it is intense. Dr Velikovsk> it er> persuaiw
it hi- Iheorj appeals to the layman is unden.al
the layman whom Immanuel Velikovsk} must cossgaj
- I will not count him out unle*- st,,-ncecm|aj
.jually believable, equally eeajraffable. and eatf
IMWII M'HUMfCrZ
Yesterday's Wit Can Easily Hold its Own in Face of Ti
? ODAY-
radio
ill inn iti #;. U FT
Kramer Typifies the Self-Made Man
I?
|u|0TION
"*l he
Oaf ng
avoxi ha- trar
trr<-d h i ,\+ for
The Pi
I-rank Sinatr.
Grant and th- Italian
-a S*,phia 1/
Kramer DOa for b whole
OB 1 in Spam preparing
the most expensive production of
bis eareer, fiaaUy
phy thn
' urrantty, h ud-
enf betwern Ida ragulai
and handling huge erowdl for hi-
''' Or.. once tx-f',re
he directed hi- own p
Stanley Kramer, who ii
past ha- identified himself with
many Jewi.sh causes, i^ the typical
example ol a elf-made n.
ing in Hollywood without tor
tions of any kind a* a back lot
laborer at M.tro GoMwyn Mayer.
The youthful producer, today a
ik-
v. t (
the height of the depre
with a Bachelor
ln hi- p r. w,rk in
the him ea
ng but I.
- the
M research ;
:lm editing
Itunbia i ...
M at the vtudio a a .
writer. Kramer- chance
in iwi when David Loan
mo n Markut 1^
laeted Erich Maria Betnarq
now uam" mirroring
plight of Jewish refage
1 the amb:' ,,ing
man to hi- personal assistant in
the motion picture production
The film entitle
Night, starred an array of well-
known playen introducing m the
key role of a fugitive from
oppression a new screen
ality Glen Ford.
-WHAT | -h the ;ers. hook-,
ari .- a great indu-tr%
Ahat about the u ear" When the
I-:- Uses made bra I
how tragic
Ihelr lot. And v wandered 40 \ears
the wildernes,. there must haei manv a
lunn> -tor> t., pass their Is]
raimad tell* ...n lesJai, a ramhunc-
and qjiiasVekoaai fellow who wa- fined five
for slapping a man Immediately after the
judge annour ,, H-.-h. Uke- out ten zug.
hand M he judge and deliver- a second -mack
Iha |B|
There ii philosoph) but there is aKo wit in the
TalmutlK \p.aiiaUon that man wa- created last
thai he might not boast F.ven the insect could
claim prior creation
I Jlmud. a, a matter of fact i celebrated for
HOHIS VIIOI Iff
it- wit. the more remarkable for the fart I
a theological work Modern tbwiej
noted for that quality
K..r tbe most part, the arittj "'rM';'JL.
tunes died with the people who told unj
manv more recent men of w.t have st
completely forgotten. Who remember* "
cracks of the Austrian Jew Mon&C.
century or so ago. he was quoted ma
Rogers The Austrian Emperor once m
ad lib humorously, waiving for the moisw
sorship Saphir pinched the t^^oai
in a sensitive area, then said "P*8
t> 1 thought it was the Emp
Once Saphir was walkim: along
stretts when he accidentally colMea
Vienesaa. "Beart." said the .n^
Pleased to know you," replied.sap*
name is Saphir "
the
Anthology of Jewish Short Stories Hakes Pleasant
A
0OOK thsj would
Bssea is The
antholojo 0| .l..-t, -hort
lineh rt. Editi
-ant nading on
Fea-t of Leviathaa." an
storie*. ju-t pubh
Schwart/. who has
1 "'her lst.s*||,ng antholeaje.
h Mthon, the book divided ,n of
I hef.rst section carries stones by Anir,
" enters Merman w<>( ^
sents to the American reader the works
onsen of the best Israeli authors
bv HD*
sec-
^&jhaaS-
person-
The second section
Jewish writers of the
Zalman Schneour, Meri
rai"
novelists. The third section" pre-
U demoted to stories by
Asch Sholem mAmTSSSL 2. 2 Sh"m
They include short stories
Moshe Smiliansky. Yitzhak Votfl.
Uri Avnieri. Batya Kahana ^ ^H
others The fourth aectlon gives P
day." namely old Jewish legends.
The selections in all ^,on? T-ptsii
view to "whet the appetite' oflMJ^adJ
and to acquaint him with on* gag I
pies of Jewish literature created
Stones m The Feast oi *^,,l*J
translated from Hebrew. Aranuc
German, French and Sfstavuh


Luqut 3.
1956
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PAGE 15
fnges Convention
!0cf.4-7
)RK The 59th annual J
of the Zionist Organiza- j
serica, originally set for
27, has been postponed
onvene instead Oct. 4
at the Mayflower hotel,
Bn, D.C.
Order Holds
at Lucerne Hotel
)rder True Sisters held a
tr Day luncheon here
group met at the Lu-
il. Chairman for the day
lae Fuller. Co-chairman
Lbraham Strauss.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ifGAL NOTICE
;ate of corporate
[dissolution
name and by the
iity of the state
of florida
whom. these pres-
ide come, greetings:
rothenhero.
i.mi beach, florida
f. SALMON,
i.Ml BEACH, I LoRIDA
BEE,
IMI BEACH, FM>RIDA
kih day of July. A.I) W5S,
Incorporated under the
? of Chapter *0S, Florid*
IFTEEN-FH-TY-THIRTY-
*., h corporation, with it*
ice of business at Miami
County. In the State of
whereas the st poratlon did on the I7th
A.D. 1.", cause to be
office of the Secretarv of
Mate of Florida, a Con-
ine stockholders tinder the
fcf mild Chapter nx, Hoi Ida
jwlntf the dissolution of
Ulon.
Pefore. the Secretary of
fcerehy certify to the forr-
al he Ik satisfied that the
of law have been com-
jess whereof, i have
aet my hand anil h.i\.-
Ihe Qraai Seal of the State
|da. at Tallahassee, the
tl>I-; the Twenty-seventh
lulv. AD. ISM.
IAV. Baa retary of State
lATE OF CORPORATE
Dissolution
iame and by the
ty of the state
)f florida
whom these pres-
come. gref.tinos:
rothenhero.
imi beach, florida
t. hAUIO.V,
IM1 liKACH. FLORIDA
BOEF,
L.MI HKACH. FLORIDA
Rn day of July, A.D. ID:.:.,
incorporated under the
R>f Chapter 0K. Florida
>:n-fifty-thirty-r wo
.ration, with Ita princl-
f business at Miami Heach.
fthe State of Florida, and
a lock hold er of au<-h cot -
on the 27th day of July.
fcause-to lie filed In the
Secretary' of State of the
JrMii. ,i Consent of all the
umler the iirovislons of
rr 60K, Florida Htatutes,
dissolution of auch ror-
refore, the Secretary of
hereby certify to the fore-
it he la satisfied that the
of law have been MM*
pNKSS WHEREOF. 1 have
sit mv hand anil have
|he Great Seal of the State
at Tallahassee, the
this the Twenty-scvent'i
Iftlly. AD 19MI.
iY. Secretary of State
UNDER FICTITIOUS
r NAME LAW
|1S HEREBY CIVEN that
pied, desiring to engage in
tier the fi.-titli.ua name of
LL, at 40ti South State
. Ilollvwood. Florida* In-
llster the said name with
J the Circuit Court of Dade
Brida.
Miami Beach. Florida, this
rjuiy. i...-.
HAROLD J. CIREEN
' MICHAEL I.KND1NO
IE W MAN
' Applicants
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 192355
DANIEL SILK and
ESTELI.E H. SILK, Plaintiffs
VK.
WILLIAM J. RICHARDSON and
SARAH A. RICHARDSON.
I >efendanta
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO:
WILLIAM J. RICHARDSON and
SARAH A. RICHARDSON, his wife,
residence unknown; and each and
any of the above named defendants.
If living, and if dead, the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, '
Manors, creditors, trustees, or other I
parties or claimants claiming by,
through, or under or agul|iat the
above named defendants, and all
parties having or claiming to have
any right, title or Interest In the
following descrBied property, situate
lying anil being in D*de County,
Florida, to Wit;
"All of Lot 8 except the Northwest-
erly 5 feet thereof, said a foot strip
being more -part leu Is rly described as
that area lying between the common
boundary line of Ixts 8 and 9 and a
line that Is parallel to and :. real
Southeasterly of. measured at right
angles, to aald boundary line, Bh-k
101. CENTRAL MIAMI PART 6. ac-
cording to the Plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Hook 17 at page 8. of
the Public Records of !>ade County.
Florida; together with the Improve-
ments situate thereon and the fur-
niture, furnishings, and fixtures con-
tained therein."
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been brought against
you In the Circuit Court for 1>ade
County, Florida. In Chancery, by
DANIEL SILK and E8TELLE H.
?ILK. plaintiffs, .for the purpose of
'..re.-losing Mortgage on the above
described property, and you are here-
by required to serve ii|ion plaintiff's
attorney. A. C. I.OWERY. 1*9.-. N W
Mst Terrace, 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 Slat day of August. 1956,
If you have any. HEREIN FAIL NOT
OR .DIRIMENT WILL HE ENTER-
ED AGAINST TOP. Dated at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this 24th day
of July, 193fi.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clesk of Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
iSEAL) Deputy Clerk
7 ft 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan
CENTRAL TIRE AND BATTERY
CO., at 11(100 N. W. 7th Avenue. Mia-
mi, Florida, Intends to register aald
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Coui t of Dade County, Florida.
REAL OIL, INC. tA F.a. Corp.)
8/3-10-17-Z4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Imsiiiess under the fictitious name of
TPCKMAN :., it) & UP STORE, at
3!t3i-38 Curtlss Parkway. Virginia
Cardens, Mortda, intends to reglster
sald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD TUCK.MAN. Owner
MARX M. KARKR
Attorney for Applicant
1SI2 Congress Bldg;.
8/3-10-17-24
*>
LEGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
[IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|med. desiring to engage In
jder the fictitious name of
[BAR, at 274S9 N. W. ".tth
hi, Florida. Intends to reg-
ime with the Clerk of the
ft of Dade County. Hi.rlda.
IRS EDNA B. OAKLET,
lole Owner
IPELTZ
Ith Street
Applicant
JRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
JIN AND FOR DADE
m CHANCERY. No 192625
HAP8ER, Plaintiff.
HAI'SER. Defendant.
JER TO APPEAR
Blip w. hapber. Resi-
wn. are hereby required
jiopy of your answer to a
Smplalnt for divorce on
torney Claude M. Barnes,
Her Rt.. Miami, Fla and
In. I with the clerk of the
on or before the 4th day
r. AD 1 :.. or a default
red against you.
10th day of July, A.D.
B. LEATHERMAN.
rrk of <-iraa)U-4>ir
WM W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 192417
INEZ D. CARDINBAC, Plaintiff,
vs.
AFOIST HERMAN CARDINEAF.
Defendant
TO: AVOVBT HERMAN
CARDINEAF
132-11 Prospect St.
Flushing, L.L, New York
You are required to aerve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original an-
swer In the office of the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court on or before the 27th
day of August. A.D.. ID.".*: otherwise,
the Hill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, 'will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
2.-.lh day .of July. 19:..
E. B. IJ2ATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: JOA^T COl'RNOYKR
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Kevhold Building. Miami. Florida
7/27 8/3-10-17____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring trl engage In
business under the fictitious name of
r.M'ILI.AC QFAUTY CLEANERS,
st 1T.39 N. W. 3rd Ave.. intend to reg-
Nter said name* with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Did.. County. Florida.
HARRY FPRINC.
FANNIE SPRING, Sole Owners
8/3-10-17-M____________________________
NOTICE ONOFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned. de*'ri**e- to enrace In
huslrx'ss under the fictitious name of
SLEEP E-Z. at .'.22 N E. 7!l Street.
Miami. Florldn, intends to register
said name with the clerk o' he Cir-
cuit Court of I>nde Countv. Florida.
sli-'T M RT, INC
Bv J>Jilllo-F1al. ITeVdcnt
Attes: Phllln Be. k. Secietarv
TALIANOFE f- WA1LER
A'torneva for Sleep Mart, Inc.
8/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3*454-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
DORA M. KALVELAGE. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to prevent any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of DOHA M KALVELAOE. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.1S of
the 1945 Probate Act.
Date July 24. A.D. 19t!.
BARNETT PELTZ.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of
DORA M. KALVELAtlE.
Deceased.
BARNETT PELTZ
Attorney for Executor
1739 8.W. sth St., Miami. Florid*.
7/27 8/3-10-17_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GREAT SoITHERN SALES at I43
Drexel Aw. Miami Baaoh, Ma., In-
tends to register said name with the
Cleik of the. Circuit Court of I'll.
County. Florida.
KOY NEEDELMAN. Bole Owner
7/27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDS-R FICTITIOUS
ii CIA \A/
NOTICE IS HER FRY CIVEN that
the underslrned. des'Hn" to eneaee In
l,..lee9 un'r he ft.-Htlows name of
fTTLRR BUV>E LIOt'ORS. s 20101
S. Federal Highway. Pcrrlne. Florida.
Intends o register skl name with the
Clerk of *he Circuit Court of Dade
CoUntV. Florida. _
WIStPHNCE SCrTWARTE, Owner
8/S-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enaaee in
business under the fictitious name of
F L A M I N G O WEST AVEN1E
APARTMENTS at 1443 West Avenue.
Miami Heach. Florida. Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM SEMON
NORA SEMON. Owners
SHAPIRO FRIED
Attorneys for Kam Semon
and Nora Remon
7/27 8/3-10-17 v
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 33*72-B
RE: ESTATE OF
UILMA B. BECK, Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of WILMA B. BECK, de-
ceased; and that on the 15th day of
August, 19.'.fi. I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. FRANK DOWLINC. County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of aald final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the estate of WIL.MA B. BECK, de-
-d.
This 9th day of July. 1956.
NORMAN F SOLOMON
1L'"". Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Fla.
Attorney for Administrator..
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE HNne-B, FICTITIOUS
NM' LAW
NOTICE IS HFP"1tT GIVEN that
he undersigned, deslrln- to enrare In.
huslnes- oo PW AVPTMCAN IWtFlNERR OP-
PORTPN'f IV*. s T2 Northwest 2nd
\venue Miami. Florida. Intend to reg-
ister said name with t*>e Cl-rk of tse
Circuit f""n of TVe Countv Florida.
i,iiin- i-i ii-k nr *"<" '""rest
HWR'Vrr, p PUCKBTT,
One k1' 'n'eSL
Pitiv KTT PR' f T
17^9 Soothwee St Miami. Florida
Aftoenee ''r Applicants
8/3-10-17-2*____________
NOTICE !# F"-TITIOUS
NAMC i w
vi iTirp i Mpo'-'itv i;i\-FN thst
the underslrned deaMw- to en^sre l
KwtSMi yn*4r ?'" *l/.#i|on nste rf
rUR F Wf.; coMftW nt ?4t Sher-
'dsrt Avenue. Miami Reach. F. I i.
tnfe"ds *o eeg|.<- ssld nm with the
rtertt of ? Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florids.
^'". BARER
PFHVO\n A CotriSTEIN
Atnrs-> 'or A~l"en
t tjncoin Rosd P-w-Mns;
io"l weh, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRERY CIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
hu>.lne*is under the fictitious nauo- of
PETRl'S POSITIVE PE8T CONTROL,
at 161 Aragon Ave.. Coral finale*. P Q.
Box 426. Riverside Station. Miami.
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with he Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
HENRY C PETRI. Pole Owner
MARLOW, SINNAMON and
MARLOYV. Attorneys
804-S Ijingford Bliig.. Miami 32, Fla.
7/20-27 8/8-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
SANDY'S, at 127 SE 1st Street. Mi-
ami. rT name With the Clerk nf the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
MARY E. IJ5VKT
MARK SILVKRSTE1N
Attornev for Applicant.
420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
7/20-J7 8/3-10
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+JeUt fkrldton
sotlcit* four MRjcd nofJc4ML
Wi apprelat your
patronaqo and auarant**
accural*) sarric*) at saal
ICllstB
Phone FR 4-4366
lor m*M*nfl amrrtem
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 191068
GKRTRPDE BOBBINS, Plaintiff
LEWIS BOBBINS,
MEYER RABNOWITZ. and
NORMAN SOLL, Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT AND NOTICE
TO DEFEND
TO: LEWIS BOBBINS
Residence unknown
You. LEWIS BOBBINS, 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 tl 1,000.00 secured by a chattel
mortgage on a certain laundry and
cleaning business known and operated
as Bendlx Twenty sixth Street Ijiun-
derette. located at 2827 N. E. Second
Avenue. Miami, Dade County. Florida,
recorded on JtVrvember 4. 1*35 In Chat-
tel Mortgage Rook 720 at page 193 of
the public records of Dade County,
Florida, which note and chattel mort-
gage were assigned by you to one
Mever Rahnowlts bv assignment dated
April 20. 1.".6. filed for recoi d April 2"..
1956. and recorded in Chattel Mortgage
Book 7S4 at Page 394 of the public re.
orda of Dade Countv, Florida, has
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your an-
swer to the complaint on MYERS
HB1MAN KAPI.AN. 4T.0 Hey bold
Building. Miami. Florida, and file the
original answer In the office of tha
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 13th day of August. 1.'.(> If
you fall to do so, Judgment by Default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of July. 19'.*.
E B. LEATHERMAN
as Clerk of said circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
7/13-J0-27 8/3
LEGAL NOTICE
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 Bids;.,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida*.
EDCARDO DeAC.riLERA
7/20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER 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". I W 27th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida. ,
WILLIAM RACHELSoN
(Sole Owner)
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIN STATE TV SERVICE, at 111.'.
B.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Fla., Intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM RACHELSON
HAROLD KRAVITZ
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious iium, of
JAMES MANOR APARTMENTS.
1849 James Avenue, Miami Beach.
Hoi Ida, Intend to register said na
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY HCHINDER
EVA SCHINDER
MARTIN W. LONIMjN
J EDITH S. LONDON-
BERNARD J. SCHINDER,
iwners
7/13-20-27 8/8 ___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF 1 AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name f
DPRALVA EXPRESS Co.. at 36th St.
Annex Bldg. #3. M.I.A., Miami. "!< -
Ida. Intends to register said name -v. 'i
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 >
County. Florida.
LOCIS A. REY
7/20-27 8/2-10
NOT4CE UNOER FICTITIOUS
N A M F I A W
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "*
CARI MARITIME SERVICE, at J '
Pacific Bldg., Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
Jf the Cliciilt Court of Dade Coun>.
lorida.
EDCARDO DeAOL'ILEKA
7/0-r7 8/3-10_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
lit iif i A VV
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nante of
LITTLE RIVER LAPNDRY. at '
N. E. 80th Street. Miami, Hoi Ida. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da e
County. Florida.
Little River Service Corp. >
Florida Corp., Sole Ownt
ARONOVITI & ARONOVITZ.
Attorneys for Applicant
748 Key bold Bldg.
7/10-37 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tli C
the undersigned, desiring to engag.
business under the fictitious name of
ARTHPRS REALTY CO., at Belve-
dere Hotel, 843 Euclid Avenue, Mia
Beach, Florida. Intend to reajtatet
name with the Clerk of the Car) it
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BARNET SH1LL
HARRY SHII.L
BESSIE SHII.L
TPRK NEWMAN
Attorneys for Aithur's Realty Co.
7/20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNuEB FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
KALA OF MIAMI. KALA-TKFVS
KALA JI'NIORS at *47 N. W. 2".th
Street. Miami, Florida, int.-nds to reg-
ister said names with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Conntv. Florida.
KALA OF MIAMI. INC a Florida
Corporation, Sole Owner
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
One Lincoln Rood Bui Mine
7/27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrln* to cngacc In
business under the fictitious name a*
PHILMAN HARDWARE Ho.ME
SUPPLIER, at ik",i> N w L'Tth Ave-
nue, Intend lo reclster said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
i-HiLir W M.i p.i'pc :,";
METER H M'.AP.l >
KIDNEY RFRONSON
Attornev for Aonlicants
211 Shore-land Bldg.
x 1-10-17-M
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTTCE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the un.ie: siun.-.i. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
FINE POTATO CHIP CO. (Not Inc.).
at 250 N.E. 0th St.. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Cleric of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
IRVING HEN
KRHHLER GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W Flagler Street
7/13-20-17 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to enga^> In
business under the fictitious num.- of
EDWARDS EXPORT CO. (Not Inc.)
at l-angfonl Bldg Miami. Florida. In-
temls to register said name with the
clerk of tha circuit Court of D
County. Florida.
SHELDON EDWARDS.
Sole Owner
ALVIN 8. CAWN
Attornev for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
7/27 8/3-10-17_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring to engafte in
business under the ficlitio.is name of
NORTH DALE CITIES SERVICE it
168th St. and N W. 27th Ave. Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said aame
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD MoNl'SfcJ
MELV1N I. MI'BOFF
Attorney for Applicant
27 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fla.
7/27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaiie In
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEL BAR. at 3*32 N. W. 7th
Street. Miami. Fla.. Inlands to register
said nante with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dnde County, Florida.
ANTHONY C. MENOTTI.
(Hide owner)
KESSLER (JARS,
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 West Flagler St.
7/13-J0-27 /*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 191346 B
IH RE:
ADOPTION OF MINOR
CHILDREN. KNOWN AS
BARRY MICHAEL TFMAN and
DIANE JOY ITM \.\
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
TO: PHILIP Tl MAN
** North Marine Drive
Chicago. Illinois
You. PHILIP TIMAN, are hi
notified that a Petition for th. ,\-l
lion of the minor children. BARRY
MICHAEL TCMAN and DIANE JOY
TFMAN. has been filed b> GEOR IE
niEREN and HELEN D CHERF.N.
his wife, and you are required to serve
a 'copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the said Petition on the Petitioners'
Attorney, Robert GOLDEN, *7
Olympia Building. Miami 32. Florida,
and file the original Atiswer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before the I'.th.
day of August. l*."iB. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Petition
This notice shell be published on
each week for four cowaei utlve w*ekl
in THE JEWISH F1X1RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ".th day of July. 1936.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
Bj WM W STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric
RORERTGOLDEN
Attorney for Petitioners
SSI olvmpla Building, Miami 32, Fla.
7/18-20-27 8/3
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