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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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lie\wiyh-IEIliD!Pidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-Number 32
Miami. Florida, Friday. August 10. 1956
Price 20tf
lore raps tmn roR suottr-mmp 'always' sjAnnum
isalem Adopts 'Wait-and-See' Policy in Suez Fracas
(ALEM (JTA)Israel tat on Hi* sidelines this week, an interested spectator
ts being made in London, Parit and Washington to cope with the dangerous
situation that the Great Powers themselves had helped to create. The Israeli
[see" policy was reportedly outlined by Foreign Minister Golda Mair to a
lion of the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Security Committee.
lir is said to have told the deputies that Israel wi 11 not take the initiative in
and will be cautious in making sure that a race for strategic airfields in
precipitated. She is also reported to have expressed the opinion that there
>re receptive attitude in the West toward Israel's arms requests,
feerael Cabinet held a special meeting Monday under the chairmanship of
pvid Ben Gurion, devoted exclusively to the situation which has devalopad
of Egypt's seizure of the Suei Canal.)
After Mrs. Meir left the committee chamber she met with Peter Westlake, British
Charge d'Affaires, at his request. The meeting has raised a good deal-of speculation
here. One report had it that Mr. Westlake sounded out the Foreign Minister on whether
she would be willing to go to London for talks on the situation. The Israel Foreign
Ministry refused to comment on this report.
In London, the clanger to Israel posed by Egyptian President Nasser's constant
throats was raised in Commons as the House continued its debate on Egypt's seizure
of the Suez Canal. The question was raised by Labor leader Hugh Gaitskell who, at the
same time, urged that Britain's arms freeze on Egypt be extended also to Syria
and Lebanon.
Mr. Gaitskell insisted that Nasser had given "clear enough notice" of intention of
aggression against Israel and warned that the Suez seizure will constitute a greatly
increased threat to Isroei. He
warned that Brtain was obligated
under the Tripartite Declaration
of 1950 to go to the assistance of
either Israel or any Arab state if
it ware attacked.
Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden drew severe criticism from
Collins Assures Florida of No More Official
Conferences At Hotels Discriminating Against Jews
immunity leaders here and throughout
|pere this week assured by Gov. LeRoy
it official conventions of the State of
of other states meeting under Florida
11 never again be held at hotels which
against Jews in their admission policies,
lins' action came on the heels of the
WAS AN ANGEL
*- .*> -
if of Buchenwald Found
Iff to be Married-Avoided
Criminal Trial as 'Sick Man'
1BERG (JTA) Martin
the infamous "Beast of
raid" who killed nun-
Jews in the Buchenwald
ation camp, and was set
year on the basis of a
medical finding that he
jli- to stand trial," has
married after securing
nedical finding that enti-
nvms -
ri-Semitism
ins Ground
Ih French
j(JTA) Anti-Semitism is
[ground in France and
[increased concern in West
the European office of
fcrican Jewish Committee
here after completion of
of anti-Semitism in 12
[European countries. The
fas based on the opinions
community leaders
it Europe.
[electoral "campaign and
(it victory of the Poujade
at the French polls last
[have given definite impe-
Inti-Semitism in France."
[reported. There has been
pble increase" in unfavor-
frments about Jews, in the
on street walls of signs
Go Home" and in the
of the French anti-
He and anti-Semitic pe-f
publications with anti-
tendencies have, more-
tared in France in recent
report emphasizes.
Poujadists have not been
Jawed ea Page t
ties him to a lengthy "honey-
moon leave" from the veterans
hospital where he resides. Pro-
ceedings against him were quash-
ed in March of 1955. when Ger-
man physicians pronounced him
"physically unfit ,to stand trial."
As a first sergeant in the SS,
the former agricultural laborer
was for many years in charge of
the Buchenwald guardhouse. A
large number of Jews were his
victims. The files of the Bayreuth
District Attorney contain sworn
affidavits giving the names and
dates of 67 murders he commit-
ted within and 11 he prepetrated
outside the camp, as well as exact
data on several hundred assaults,
mostly against sick prisoners,
that resulted in death. Document-
ed instances of manslaughter and
aggravated assault are too numer-
ous to have been counted.
These crimes, testified to by
400 witnesses, are only a small
fraction of the killings Sommer
is believed guilty of. Memoirs by
fopner Buchenwald inmates, such
as Eugene Kogon's "The SS state,"
recount how his sadism stood out
even in the hell of the camp. He
is described as "so terrible that
Use Koch the 'Bitch of Bunchen-
wald' looks like an angel by com-
parison."
Southern Governors Conference on Nuclear Energy>
recently held at a top hotel in St. Petersburg.
The hotel has a long history of anti-Jewish discrimi-
nation.
The action of the Governor was revealed here
Wednesday by Nathan Perlmutter, executive direc-
tor of the Florida Anti-Defamation League.
+ In a letter to George J. Talianoff,
chairman of the Florida ADL re-
gional advisory board, the Gover-
nor's office in Tallahassee declared'
that Gov. Collins' staff attempted
to make arrangements for other
convention facilities following no-
tification by the League of the
unAmerican policy of the St. Pe-
tersburg hetej.
The imminent date of the South-
ern Governors Conference on Nu-
clear Energy, however, and inade-
quate facilities in the St. Peters-
burg area made a change in con-
vention sites impractical at that
Continue*' en Pee* 6
S ANTHONY COIN
. slip af
the House when ha made a state-
ment thet British policy in refer-
ence to the Suez Canal was "al-
ways" based on freedom of pas-
sage. He was interrupted by
shouts of "Israel" from the Labor
benches.
After an exchange between the
Prime Minister end Sidney Silver-
men,- Labor M.P., Sir Anthony ad-
mitted that his use of the word
"always" had not included con-
sideration of the Egyptian block-
ade of the Canal against Israeli
shipping. In the course of the
discussion. Sir Anthony insisted
that Israel's case was in another
category, because the current
Egyptian action would make the
future use of the canal solely de-
pendent of Egypt.
Mr. Silverman told him that if
Britain had held to the principle
Continue** an Pegs II
TRIPARTITE DECLARATION IS CRUX OF PIER'S VIEWPOINT
Won't Alter Policy
Feels Suez 'Unrelated'
on Arms;
to Controversy
HITLER, NASSER-HIRE I
JERUSALEM (WNS) Hit-
ler end Nasser met at the
Lydie airfield last week, but
don't let the story frighten
you. Albert HIHer was en
American Jew of German
origin, and Nasser wes Reu-
ben Nasser, a Jewish immi-
grant from Persia, who stood
shoulder to shoulder for in-
spection by customs officials
en their arrival.
LONDON (JTA)The British Government will not alter its arm policy in relation to Israel because the
nationalization of the Suez Canal is "not related" to the Israel-Arab question. Lord John Hope, Joint Foreign
Under Secretary, declared in Commons this week.
The question was raised by Sir Robert Boothby. Conservative, who asked whether in view of Egypt's
aggressive policy the Eden government would not consider its decision to allow Israel to purchase those
weapons it needs for defense.
Lord Hope replied that the British Government "policy on arms supplied to Middle East countries is
based on the Tripartite Declaration
which relates to the Arab-Israel
dispute. The government, there-
Ceatiiwed en Peg* 2
fire Wants Canal Open to All;
Lehman Says Dulles is at Fault
WASHINGTON (JTA)President Eisenhower this week made it
clear that it was the desire of the United States to insure unrestricted
use of the Suez Canal. He emphasized at his press conference that the
U.S. is faced with a great issue that might be important not only to
maritime nations but to the whole world.
Earlier, the U.S. Government invoked the Foreign Assets Control
Lawa measure adopted in World*------------------------------------------
SIN. NftlftT UNMAN
. vistel-eeckia' Delles
War 11against Egypt and placed
under temporary licensing controls
all assets in this country of the
Egyptian Government and the Suez
Canal company.
The measure was announced by
the Treasury Department follow-
ing a meeting between President
Eisenhower and Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles. Immediately
after the meeting Secretary Dulles
left by plane for London to parti-
cipate in discussions with the Brit-
ish and French Foreign Ministers.
The move would prevent the
Egyptian Government and the Suez
Canal companyunless they obtain
Treasury authorization in advance
from using money in U.S. bank
accounts or any other assets which
"they may be holding in this coun-
try. Controls will be applied im-
mediately by Federal Reserve Sys-
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Dishonesty Must Boomerang
-.-
he rvirent
Britain's er.r-
skeL. haa :u.c- _= -; *"-'
cct^rded Israel g Three
Suez CSioai d!>a1e'
Appearing in the He is*
Week. Prim* Ma
don GorernnM
hem Wexeaaad
:ers cf the Suez Canal
shipping oi 3l] :
:s:;e! ItraeJ
opposition bench and S
to re::ec:.
i was the e the 1
conspiracy v.\- ch sines NaSfl
..: of leisure MO rys ::: has Bads
r.o mention whatever :: Egypt'i :: n 309
blockcde oJ Israeli shipping.
Principally. H serred -: .:
tially dishonest policy r: the Vr. :es.
Greet Britain cr.d FrOQ lbs IgraeJ-Anxfc
fracas and to smpbastM
even in the name of ;;...:::. sxpedieacy
must inevitably boomer". 7
Showing kit true face to the world
Good News for Miami;
But Guard Should Stay
Up for More Progress
There's good news for Miami. A survey by
the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds this week reports that Miami's CIA ranks
No. 1 among the larger cities of the country and
Canada in percentage of pledge increases over
a two-year period.
According to the survey, of the 18 largest
c::;es polled, Miami leads the field with an in-
crease of more than 32 percent over 1954 And
smaularly significant is the fact that Miami's
iS5b achievement is 23 percent ahead of last
years figure ofSl.241.0C
The Combed Jew.sh Appeal :~;Sec SI 326.-
n the 1356 drive.
A : Miami is
tCmaf I e=s :s a
eerned as a
It
. re-
I in rekn
jew^n commui
Tz: -re CJFWF surrey shows other,
philan bropy here and abroad. When a a
inanity, still in the -roe. of :-. own ra*d~
pansion takes time out also to accept the re-
sponsibUitv of identifying with the need of
brothers elsewhere, it has reached an urques-
tioned status of maturity. unques-
The danger here, as Greater Miami Jewish
Federation officials wisely point ou^is com
fa3L2W tTZ*r ,ime for ^is area
Sa?^otdone.,S ^^ *"-*-R
Miami's local Jewish agencies each ~~
IITJ 2* ,hJ ^owi^ ^-emens ofS
burgeoning residents. As the Jewish population
mcreases. so increase its health weHare
leisure-ume and educational needs. SimUarlv
as the pages of current history unfold?7bL
comes ever-more manifest that our duties to ihL
There's good news here, of course But ftlU
flJK I M+* H m
A Solid Blow for Democracy
Gov. Collins has token constructive action in
cssur.ng the fact that there shall be no official
sanction to Florida hotels practicina discrimina-
tion against people on the basis of religion.
The Governor's office informed the Anti-
Defamation League this week that there will
never again be a repetition of the events sur-
rounding the recent Southern Governors Con-
ference on Nuclear Energy meeting in St
Petersburg.
This conference gathered in a hotel with a
long history of anti-Jewish discrimination, and
it was the Anti-Defamation League that inform-
ed him of the fact.
Although the information came to the Gover-
nor too late to do anything about rescheduling
the Nuclear Energy conference, Floridians are
now assured that it will never happen again.
means one more blow against the forces
of bigotryone more constructive move in the
of cieansing our democratic society of
manifestations of unAmericanism still blighting
Both Gov. Collins and the ADL are to be con-
gratulated for their cooperative effort in extend-
ing the frontiers of human dignity and mutual
self respect.
Simple Elements of Decency
Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell is current-
^spearheading a move to outlaw the Florida
The move is designed to blast from the books
the legal ground giving the Klan the right to
operate here.
According ,0 Florida law, the KKK is permit-
ted ,0 meet, hooded or otherwise, and toburn
crosses J i, des.res. on private property. Tm.
means tha, the Klan is in violation of the law
on y d :, gathers ln pubhcly.wned area,
Mayor Powell, move comes as a result of
whe e hid 7Zmq l tHe KKK ln W^"*
TtZf ^ d Klansmen called upon "all red
blooded Americans of P.otestantTelig'on't
come n agarnst xalled White people w

during the week I NT;
eemfntiibi, nl*
by HO MINOUN "/, d-iw. p^J
hands of thf, pj*
handled pistols, Roy Rogers or Gen Pattnn ,!,
chooses a symbol of the esteem of the American *.
Naguib out. the gift was again preacntrd t0 *]
Mr." Nasser received it courteously, indieataw ik-
indeed. burned his bridges behind himleaving no \1*
luti..nary eminence, not even the i: S -manufacturrtrf-
All of which seemed to Imply Washington^ need jar 1
tators to tote guns, and this might have bom hopefuih
Capitol Hill's cynical comment on Arab leadership diall
minded State Department show u others.
Dulles, former Ambassador Byroade and their ur.i
i,hA ^'.^^ser at hi* own imsmo. \\7,ai th,_v ^tualh n,
kiiuvkledKc of elementary Yiddish -nmre mific'ally
mg of the fact that the present Egyptian dictatorTnL
wet one." For. as recent events have indicated, Natasl
plomat, "-till wet behind the ears
But. as I say. the State Department liQiifleaajih; mi
own image. Lacking a sense of history, it rould tet iji
onl) and. at least in the beginning. Nasser showed ajaa*
thing but wet He had not ousted decadent, obet* Fai
lusted the revolution. There could be no greater tnbtbkl
m the eyes of an opportunistic abet net
In this regard, the Administration hastened to shut/
And showing respect precluded criticism or renam wfcsj
i.iilsCapcucLumed the need for it. That cnticiaa and
both necessary in the case of Nasser's relat ,r,. tj
creature of the I'nited Nations had been mamfe*|
beginning But moral impulse died on the altar of
American style, rugged individualism, once a charatta
people and now of their government.

out MOtAt ptmints mm rmmr aeeno *+
EGYPT time and again violated the letter of the lfltti
convention, which regulates the operati.m ol the!
refusing free access to Israeli shipping
Israel time and again called for United Nation* 1
to the convention violationas well as to the fact that 1
financially strangled through illegal technique, not mi
tion. and that the Egyptians were also ignoring, into tail
Armistice agreements of 1M9.
But why should the State Department. London *l
about such a trifling matter when none of these was 1
ed and when the object was to woo the renegade"' A Stan
press aped the ill-advised Dulles-Byroade-Hoover olirj
ser and helped bury our moral principles long dead bit
exposed.
While nothing had been good enough for Egypt {
Department was concerned, everything appeared too gtdl
In retrospect, the State Department's shamelessnep ij
American foreign policy in the Near East ean find a
the brutal and inhuman opportunism of British
the hey-day of the Empire.
To Egypt went Dulles. Byroade. Allen to pursue the 1
a dictator's friendship. Por. as with all dictators. Naerl
to show his insatiable hand and thus to emerge as "u>^
i went Mr Bernard Katzen.
HJBlKITr PMOrOCtAFMS WOtTN All TKf/I AIMS
IT IS significant that while the State Department
' Arab league nations with visits'by our top diplomaul
could do no better than send a professional Jew to hrr. U
advisor on "Jewish affairs" to the Republican National's
is no more than that. The apparent object ( his recall
ascertain the most beneficial way to spend IS lunoVal
variety of cultural projects. The sum. in international w*^
to a paltry several million.
The more immediate purpose was for Mr Katren.
Republican foreign policy apologist, to pose in WashinW
return with benign-looking Secretary of State l)ulle Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban "milis|hi'
as second-rate journalists frequently caption photograph
wm to indicate "achievement" and U.S. concern (or the)
Mr Khan may have been there In body but. certaiiuyJ>M
no approval in his eye. An American Jew might indeed.sj
victkms for several millions in penny-ante bail t
nl in turn, attempt to offer it to others in his role
the Republican National Committee.
Hut the Israel Ambassador suffered from no swn'
What was this sop in the face of hundreds of millions J
arms to Egypt and no armsnot almsfrom W**"^]
Katxen'i pathetic trip was meant to have any eilfC{*'T
the Administration may think we areit has since-*J'u
Nassers grab some ten days ago of the Suez canal. Aw
howl now'
What was sauce for the goose is certainly not ^'"J
No British troops moved, no battle cruisers steamed. ann-
war were made when Egypt denied Israeli shipping ^Jy
But the battle cry |s heard across the seas today; and str
responsible for the Nasser grab, appeared before the at
last Friday to explain the State Department P0^,,
blameless, pure and above the din of objection ve*J e-J
tional" allies. Dulles cooly concocted a tale of ,*JJJ
and Munich type appeasement that could elicit notttM
of revulsion even in the most cynical political obserm-
"OlATIO INCIOfMTS MAVf TNfft COMMKTMMfS
j^ND ALL the time. President Eisenhower P,a>pd^5
Boy Scout, nodding approval, anxious to d*"
landing It was qmte as if the right hand had no 1
a> 'f the Secretary of State were Chief ExecaWR^
us foreign policy which built Nasser into ~,
1 lu.mg Western leadership bears not even one *
"I Mr K.senhouer as a President of the United States ,
r,r there he is ,n the ring again-Band Ai.b f*JL
[he Republican National Committee picked Dr M"Jlaii
, V fhJ>rman of a medical-health commute.
"'nt s reeUclMH, Dr Hess is immediate past Prrsi*f
Cs-fnawd m r^f *


10, 1956
vJewlstincrkttan
PAGE 5
MU
Hi-A-i-
rs to the Editor
Returnees Slated To be Honored
\
lb Floridian: .
in's review of "Social Forces in the Middle East" in the
The Jewish Floridian came to my attention recently.
[see that Mrs. Mindlin found the book interesting and
>mplexities of the problems of the Middle East. It was
ig the papers, for they were so diverse, spotty and
>se Dulles has much opportunity to read, as Mrs.
i a pity, but what is even worse, I don't think he even
en to his advisors. Now that George Allen is leaving,
take his place. Naturally, I should like to but suppose
question because I have always been pro-American
rab, pro-oil companies, pro-Israeli or pro-some other
jgistered Republican, a Gentile and a professor of his-
ttth and studying the Middle East since I first lived
Id War II. I was an officer in the Department of State
>n editor one year of the Middle East Journalduring
Arabs thought I was a Zionist, and rabid Zionists
-Arab. That is what comes from being pro-American
be objective. Also, I have served with the Department
Civilian Reservist with G-2.
SYDNEY N. FISHER
Department of History
Ohio State University
Bikur C h o 1 e m Convalescent
Home of Greater Miami will hold
a midsummer card party Tuesday
noon in the Garden room of Wald-
man's Crown hotel.
Honored during the luncheon
portion of the program on the oc-
casion of their return from trips
North will be the Mesdames Helen
Hornstein, Fannie Turner, Fannie
Sirot and Ida Morrow.
Mrs. Morrow's trip included a
visit to her son and daughter-in-
law, Dr. J. Lloyd Morrow and Dr.
Laura Morrow, e^pssaic, N.J., noted
bratn specialists -and psychiatrists.
Honorary hostesses for the Tues-
day affair are Mrs. Hyman Roth
and Mrs. Kalrnan Shapiro.
.. Additional hostesses will be the
Mesdames Isidore Cohen, Vicki
Rose, Edward Elkin, Harry Ein-
hora and Jacob YVexler.
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$180 per Acre
Suitable for dairy farm, ranch or home
development. Purchase from original
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Ph. Pompano 4972
Evenings mmi Sundmy far Appointment
KAY KNEFF-JA 4-2973, Ft. Lauderdale
2 AVi ACRE PIECES
High and cleared!, an paved road,
$2,750 eoch. Near St. Locie Carnal and
State Highway 76.
NORMAN E. BUTLER
REALTOR
13030 N.W. 7th Ave.
Mil 1-1440
Acreage
Waterfront
643 ACRES with a mile of
bay frontage and % mile
of highway frontage. Close
in to Tampa. 80 waterfront
lots already dredged, deep
channel and boat basin.
Near popular golf course.
One of the last large tracts
on Tampa Bay, will make
fine development. $790
per acre, good terms. If
you are interested in this
type of property it is well
worth your investigation.
For these and many other
acreage bargains contact:
M. S. Hankins
BROKER
1008 Tampa St.
Tampa, Florida
Phone Tampa 2-2205
R. R. Frontage
Road Frontage
1300 FT. ON SEABOARD
7 LUTHER SPARKMAN, Realtor
5375 Federal Hwy. Dania
Phone Hollywood 2-9717
IP
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P
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A 0
BREVARD
COUNTY
WHERE THINGS ARE POPPING. Two
miles State Read frontage with oddi-
tianal 2 miles Indian River frontoge
directly hi the path of proaroii. Price
$44,000. 29% dawn, balemce 5 years.
No closing till December.
ALSO-40 acres with large lake, $250
per acre. Also-yoa caa't pay till 19S8
for 1", miles Indian River frontage.
LOUIS B. BILLS, Realtor
230 Sa. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach
Ph. TE 3-9621
E
NCH
FORT MYERS on Lower Oulf 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 640-acre tract
fronting over 2 miles 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 three
important roads is a prominent corner
of 30 acres ideal for a shopping center
also three sites for throe large beau-
tiful lakes. Entire, tract available at
S950 an acre. 1 5 cash and 10 years at
5*. interestrslease clauses arrange!.
FOR THE BEST in statewide LAND
investments contact NATIVE DEAL-
ERS, the JFFFCOTT Realty invest-
ments, 2400 First St.. Fort Myers, Fla.
Tract 52 thru 56 hi Section
27-50-40
CAMP SiTES
Located hi Ocala National Forest
Dear Hunting and Fishing area.
Priced at $600 each for 2'<4 aero
tracts while they last.
Acreage with limerock
Tone and tons of commercial lime*
rock. 200 acres >t mile highway
frontage, modern cottagefor eit-
rua, farming or development 2",
miles from rivor. Price $290 per
acre.
Home, Grove and lake Front
Completely furnished home2 car
garage apartment. IS acres of fin-
eat orange grove and several 100
feet of lake front. Price 5.000
Terms.
Boor Hanters and Fishermen-this
it 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 OKCellent fishing and
deer hunting at your door. Price
15,000.
lake Front Name
On navigable lake 108 feet lake
front, modern concrete block, all
conveniences. Price S27.B00.
HERMAN T. DYKES, Realtor
Main Office: Tovoros, Florida
Branch Office.
Meant Dora, Uho Coonty, Florida
Phone Diamond 3 Sill
1200 Acres Lake
Frontage
Nice High Pineland
Only $180 aer Aero
BREVARD
COUNTY
R. Co BURNS
116 Wiilard St.
Cocoa. Florida
SPECIALISTS IN
BREVARD COUNTY
PROPERTY
WE RAVE ANYTHING TOO
WANT, LARGE OR S*All
o Read Frontage
o Ocean Frontage
o Business Sites
Investment Properties
o Groves and Homes
Ph. Cocoa 474 or 3177
* V* mile frontage oa Griffin
Road, last wost of Daie.
-h Vi mil. training track.
-* 12 paddock concrete block
stables with 14 stalls, tack
room, food room and office.
* 5 BEDROOM
5 BATH
Home with
SWIMMING
POOL
gr. Many other improvements.
With Good Terms Available
Brochoro am R.gaesf
Contact Acreage
Department
JAckson 3-1411
Day or Night
Eiclosrre wlfh
Anaconda
WITH LAC00CHEE
RIVER FRONTAGE
2,100 ACRES with over 4 miles of rivor
frontage and V 2 mil. on main hiqb-
way. Completely fenced, 400 acres im-
proved pasture. Ideal for large ranch
or for development. Contact Jim Par-
risk, Associate, or
HERBERT GOLDMAN, Realtor
Robertson Bldg., Ocala, Fla.
Phone MArion 2-4976
There's Profit In
MERRITT ISLAND
For the boot boys on Merritt Island,
from $250 aer aero op, call
RALPH T. FOIWELL
B11 Olympio Bldg. 12 2031
Wyman Atkins
iNiroi
Doaliaf in low Price Acreage
12789 W. Dixie Hwy.
Ph. 89-1935 Pi 8-8332
Realty Company
303 EAST LAS 0LAS BLVD.!
i
FT. LAUDERDALE
i
A REAL BARGAIN r.
IS ACRES
3 MILES WEST OF GOULDS
SStO por Aero Good Terms
0
160 Acres High Pine
1 RULES EXCELLENT ROAD
FIONTAGE
Ideal for Development
o
60 Acres High Pine Land
1320* FRONTAGE EVERGLADES
PARK ROAD
Corner property, 3300' total rood
frontage, connecting city limits of
Florida City.
$2200 per Acre
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
1M21 Federal Hwy., Perrin.
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Phone 817-9015


..I
.Friday. A,
coiuns A0H0 no*m of mm ow wsrucrft
C.ctv rvin__
Gov. Collins wjj
time, the tatter to Talianoff ex-
plained .. j j
The Governor s office advised
Talianoff that Cor. Jam** Folaom.
of Alabama, had similarly com
municated his concern over the
St. Petersburg hotel as a site for
the official function.
Officers of the new Southwest Jewisn Center
are Norman Richman. education chauroan:
Jacob Koch, financicl secretary: Murray
Klein, vice president; Morris Harris, presi-
dent; Leonard Harris, education chairman.
Robert Richman. program chairman. Seated
are Mrs. D'uxettc Brooks Weiss, publicity;
Morris Brooks, ritual chairman; Rabbi Abra-
ham Levitan. spiritual leader; Abraham
Lechinsky. building chairman, and Louis
Goldm. treasurer.
of the Miami Beauty Academy to
ruit the Home at regular inter-
vals in order to give .the ladies a
shampoo and style their hair.
"I want you to know that yours
is not only a most practical gift
to the Home but also one that
will hsve tremendoui therapy
\alue." Abe Kurman. the agency's
president, thanked Hindi in a
letter here this week.
I feel so good about it" Hirsch
commented Wednesday, doing
something for the 'young ladies'.
I want to thank them for the won-
derful opportunity of being able
to give Its like someone just
presented me with something as
valuable as an oil well ."
Miami Beauty Supply Special st Makes Gift to Aged Home
* .__ He i- Albert Hirsch. of the
A prominent Miam:
'
philanthropic and re;.,
.ram.-. W -ed a
genen .- | fl to the Jea
M Aged that make- him feel
like someone
lit THE IB... AS1 SEE II
CctiBerf htm to?* t
can Medical Assn.. and his new office -eem- to cast grave doubt- on
he -'-called ethical pn og lo which physicians m-i-t the)
iractice their profession.
Many df them. unfortunatels. have been doing thi- since the re-
ordinfl of the most famous case of lleitis in medical hi-'
But the real tip-off lies here Pr Hess i- currently on an inspsK
ion tour of hospitals in Israel. Official State Department code, un-
doubtedly, is Operation "Ay-Aj k} Incidence of lleiti- in Israel.
lost of u-. however know better Perhaps Mr Katzen and the good
doctor met on their travel- somewhere along the waj
r\............................
MATZOH MEAL
fun...white... just right!
Ideal for breading" (hops,
cutlets, croquettes.
Grand for all recipes.
* D E F 0 M "THE MATZOH WITH T H t T jSIT
Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC
14 H.L 24tfc ST.. MIAMI 37, FLA. PHONE Ft J-4144
He 1- Albert Hirsch. of the
Royal Beauty Supply company.
dent of Temple I-rael M.-i -
club and on the lxard of the
National Federation of Temple
It all started this wa> ex-
Ilir-ch Sam Resnick. a
board member at the Home, ask-
ed me an hydraulic chair
for the Home's facilities
The chair was to be an addition
to the women residents' therapy
program
Well. I couldn't quite under-
stand what an hydraulic chair
would be doing in a therapy
pM>m So. I went up to the Home,
met executive director Maurice
rlstein and got the situation
clarified-"
The chair was to become the
nucleus tor beaut) treatment!
young ladies' a
shampoo and hairdo at regular
intervals could contribute more
to making them feel v.brant and
i than anything else in the
orld "
His entl Hirsch in-
font


1 n in ad-
dit i 1 hair, ;i
>ml>
led lip U
Hil sch's .ut to the
residt
In addition Hirvh has made
arrangements for staff member*

Excitingly lliWerent taste!
8 OZ
1 wm my mm"
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a>.
.CHEESE n
end be sore iff
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
"OMOCINfyrD
Vhmipj "\y Milk
TIL ft 4-2621
I vUing the Ujgue u*
i'*^**4 ver,v,Zh
, and gave his aar-
I would not be
type of situation.
Talianoff .j,d
"we have every reaiZ!
** tbe (;overaflr7ia
position paralleii tw,"
Datamation UafWk,
beteb and mslrtieii|
feoaive di-rrimlattsn
catering to the AatentaiJ
tUliacjaWl
NON-Wr
Jwealensi-
* DtUO
IBaWKWia'
I

NO FAT! mZ.mVmm,Ji"Z'^
1 m" Holland BnO
NO SALT' Bread mwt\
NO SUGAR! -t^TJiaj
Ask for thtm in your Food Market, Health rMsl
or Orvg Store
Holland Honey Cake Co. I
HOilAND. MKMICAN
Good Any Timi
o

ticinrn Msrumwmi or y;r
COASTLINE PROVISION CO,
iss sbcatw st., mum *
PHONES: ;t
MflMANPfAM


10, 1956
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PAGE 7
J
"I'll see you 'light*.-'.-' in the closing phrase on
Mr*. Morri* Aloart's letters to her friends. .
She chose Rochester. Minn., for her vacation, and
Anns will remain at the Kahlc-r hotel until Sept.
4. .
Morris will join her soon, and the couple are
both anticipating a conducted tour to Alaska. Mt.
incouver, the Canadian Rockies, Yellowstone and Jasper'
irks. '
Berqmans, 2390 Coral Way, return home Tuesday Callow-
,/
0(7,
oman s
"World
8
sftt!&vork
M ttf#Vat *for Essie to be close to Mr*. Nottio Wicnar,
who, until recently, has been critically ill. .
are now happy to hear that Nattia is recuperating.
>
lay* Ofcouneffs, 128 SW lflth ave., leave for New York Aug.
[days later, the Ofcounoffs arc scheduled to embark on the
Jestination Haifa. .
ffa will tske up residence in Tel Aviv and remain in
finitely.
Eisensteins were hosts last week to friends at cocktails
in the Veranda room of the Saxony hotel. .
, included the Baron do Hirsch Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
and Mrs. Sam Oinaeorg, Mrs. Loon Jacobs, the Samuel
and Mrs. Sam Lachman and the Sam Halman*. .
_ of the affair was a sort of bon voyage. For, on Tuesday,
sins left for New York, and this Monday, they embark on
[Amsterdam for Rotterdam, Holland, where ihe Ettenstein
n and Baroness F. N. Faith, are scheduled to meet them. .
stems' itinerary includes the Scandinavian countries and
[of Europe. They'll be abroad for two months.
[and Sidney Efronson have just moved from their former
)1 SW 81st ave., into their new hotne at 5930 SW 62nd pi.,
psident of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Men
Irney here. .
pr Beth Loron is two years old.
chwartx, 241 SW 3rd st. has returned home after spending
the hospital. A short vacation is in the offing. .
Ban Pokotilow is leaving for Passaic, N.J., where he will
en. Remainder of Ben's holiday will be spent in At-
Leavirjg for South Africa Friday on the SS African
\r%. Fay! Brownstoin. She's the daughter of the Henry
SW 2nd ter. Embarking point is New York, and in the
[Veldt, she'll be the guest of uncle Max Shapiro, owner of the
si in Springbok, Namaqualand. .
rgo Lubows, 115 W. 4th ct., saw half of Miami Beach in
on their recent holiday. .
is a Washington Federal exec. Both he and Mrs. G. are
lusicians and attended concerts of the Budapest String
He they were south of the border.
"Sloppy Joo'a" is the theme of a party Satur-
day night at Westview country club novel
tone for Westview's otherwise delightful
formality. Simple, easy-to-wear attire for
summer evenings marked tne gathering as
shown by the John Serbins (left) as they
share a table with Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Winter.
Local B'nai B'rith Chapters Schedule
Varied Programs -- Including Seminar
miami
'ERSITY of MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY
fCH HENDERSON ::..'...
M KNOWIES, Matte Sapraee AUL KKN0WIES, Ttnar
Sunday, August 12th
BEACH AUDITORIUM Air Conditioned
S*. M 1447/ m SW 1-49SS CmMIS'i Car* Sins PS. M 3-5123
Local B'nai B'rith chapters are
planning varied programs of activi-
ty in the near future.
On Monday noon, North Shore
chapter will sponsor a strawberry
festival at the Isle de Capri The
program will include cards and
mah jongg. Chairmen are Mrs. Sam
Belsky and Mrs. Louis Rolnick.
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter heard
Judge Milton Friedmart at a "mem-
ber-bring-a-member" coffee in the
Colony restaurant last week. In ad-
dition. Mrs. George Baltuch. presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida, also addressed the
groupas did Mrs. Bernard Broads,
Gilbert Balkin chapter president.
Mrs. Simon E. Lipsky, vice presi-
dent in charge of program, pre-
sented a skit. Records indicate the
enrollment of 4ft new members
during the program.
Coral Gables chapter is planning
a games evening Sept. fl at the :
home of Mrs. Max Ellis. 1851 SW i
19th st. Membership chairman is j
Mrs. Sol Torchon.
On Thursday, Aug. 16, from 10 l
I a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Monte Carlo
hotel. South Florida Council will
conduct a seminar on membership
! under the aegis of Mrs. Frank
Smulson. Mrs. Gerald Soltz and I
Mrs. Al Reich will bring messages!
and instructions from District 5.
Expecting to participate are the '
following chapters: Coral Gables,
Emma Lazarus, Eleanor Roosevelt,
Flamingo, Gilbert J. Balkin. Miami, I
Miami Beach. West Miami. North
Shore. North Dadc. Hollywood, Ft. j
Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
-4.
Federal Your Savings NOW EARN 01/O/
with INSURED SAFETY
par annum
,EPH AA. UPTON, I ^
"Ost of tea Natraars OMesf mm
CONVENIENT S NX First Ava. 140S N.W. Setb St.
OFFICES l*0l S.W. 8Hi St. o $7*7 N.W. 7th kf.
Our Resources Exceed 93 Million Dollars
FIRST MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE
Recent vacation in Mexico City meant Bas Mitzvah for Joyce>
Stern (standing left), daughter of Rabbi and Mm. Tiber Stern,
Beth Jacob Congregation spiritual leader. Shown with Joyce
at reception in fashionable Mexico City home of the rabbi's
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hanan are
(seated) Judy and Tiki Stern and (standing) Mrs. Stern and
daughter Rochelle.
MKS. LEOPOLD SCMWAtTZ
Moonlight Dance
To Include Swim.
Barbecue Agenda
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en will hold a moonlight swim-
dance and barbecue on Tuesday
night. Aug. 21. on the patio of the
Colonades hotel in Bal Harbour.
The party is being sponsored by
the scholarship committee of Conn*
I cil. headed by Mrs. Leopold
Schwartz. m
Swimming, followed by patio
dancing and a poolside buffet, will
be the order of events. "Guests are
welcome to appear in Bermuda
shorts or dance frocks, and parents
are encouraged to include their
teenagers to make it a delightful
family eveninsr," Mrs. Schwartt
.said Wednesday. ***
"Council's scholarship loan fund
to the University of Miami is in
serious need of replenishing, and
our hard working committee is
looking forward to a real turnout tn
fill the coffers for the coming
year," she added.
Ticket committee co chairmen
are Mrs. Harold Zeeman. for Mia-
mi, and Mrs. Jack Krause. Miami
Beach.
Others are Mrs. Sidney Lewis,
president of the Town division.
Mrs. Zachary Bailey, Mrs. David
Catsman. Mrs. Barney Hodes and
Mrs. Milton Margulis.


**H#iA/*/itf2C.

"AGE 8
3n *L WcaL of Society
Helen Liss Weds Perry Most
Helen Harriet I.i and Perry W
Moskovit/ were married In the
nehleau hotel Sunday Rahbi
Max Shapiro performed the cere-
mony
The hnde ia the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Lisa. 90
SW 27th rd. Given in marriage by
her father, she wore a pern de
soie gown with hand clipped alen
ron lace medallion*. The sleeves
were long and the flared skirt
ended in a chapel train.
Her pill box hat of matching lace
held a threetiered veil of French
Illation The bride carried a white
confirmation Bible and white an-
thunums.
Myrna Ftenson, cousin of the
bride, was maid of honor. Rachel
'*!
Greenberg, L, w7j
Helen Geringer aajj,
Susan B,ener waTJ
I maid.
Th brideumoB, k
Mr and Mrs Ren
villa. Tenn His
iwas beat man
Stanley Cot!r j-^.
blum and Harold r,nj2
ushers. Steve GenaJJ
J*~ Michael c^l
A reception was aau'j
Grand Ballroom of iuT1
bleau.
On their honevrnooa aJ,
will take Caribbean ^1
will make their hoaajjp
Va, where the groom *a,
army as a second
JMffS. AliitT ftAHtli
ms. uoro mm
B U Wl
aj5. JAMS COHAM
Ni
California Tour For the Frankeb Murray. Rattm
Toronto. Canada, will be the V-- June Tnoanpaoa am her p\r'J"|jino*P VOW
i Mr- 11 end m *-"^v l O
FrankeL Their place 01 brother-ia-law. M.-- >he:la Murray hecai
. .-.. .........
Frankei Tl look place
July 22 at the St Miami1 wta
Beach. Rabh.

jhr. 1 rmer
. -
:; 1
Tin-la*. Mi* Sheila Murray became the
brio- fSanl rd Lee Rattner at the
Recep ff hone Ai- "n -Saturday Aug. 4.
The Rah- I Abranwwitz officiated
trip ^ the 8Pm 1 jht ceremony
The bride, who 1- the daughter
1 Vr. of Mr and lin S Richard Murray.
- Arnels Will Live In New York City
^ Sui the M maid
: R
brother,
Mr- Jerome
: ter of the bride-
''r- Mori \rn.l. Robttl
late Mr. Arnel. Keuler and Clan Kestenbaiun
cousins of the bride, and Lois Her-
.1 lace
' 1 H< hi was a
" ". of illu-
white
Martin & .
Paul Kitto) and
...
iple will reside in New
Strapless Gown For Mrs. Coolan
ia
Wvnter- K
Mil. SAHfOKD KAJTHIK
nr woo Byron ave Miami Beach
with 7"- 1
, chantilb lace and nylon tulle over
utin
HuKh 11 Coplan was his broth 'ewe,ed crown h<"W h" tiered
at the best mar Thej an- th.....ns 2hJI *!!',f"1?1 3 ca>fade of
Mbood motel, then a seated din- of Mr and Mr- eZJ-r u *nd. ,,l"'sof "* v;,ll">-
ner a, th. D. Lido hotel beUnd u ""'" H" ma,d "' h"n"r Ju Th v-ij Lei^ni und Miami ,Ann Murrav. was gowned m iiw
the RudH-her. Dallas Tex. wss. 221 ZtM ave. Cora, H** a -* of p.nk tea ro.es.
FM her adding. A, cho^ a hles wak ^ ^J'H The groom, who U tno son of
-*" ~ of chantly lace o, ner honor,. ,e ^"^ ; g-J ^^^^^
MlI baal man Barton S Goldbera
iJI "S R-^ld Yaras. Urr.e
Blabberg. Sol Pad8en. Robert Mai
;.Kerhni>ona,d Murray and ^
Both the br.de and groom are
( asaoeiatad w,th the
Banker^ Life and Casualty ( 0
th.AfJ*Ka !!!W|Kto" ""l d,nn'- la
a-r Je Ruba'>- room of the AIK.er?
the couple lett f,,r k "'Kirrs.
ut'r '" lor ., honey m N-r "h and Havana Th.V
Miss Haas Weds Mr. Martin Stein
1 Myra Haas became the bride of 1 Mrs. Sid thai. rister-fcaJ
Martin Stein in a double ring cere- bride, wax matron of (mmm
monv Saturday at t:30 p.m. in Gardner, flower eirl. won
Flagler^.ranada Jewish CommunJ- carried a basket of rose
ty (enter Rabbi Leo Heim offl- Mr. Stein a^ked ha
[ciatad I Herman to be be^t man
The bride is the daughter of ,0,,, Mrs RfbN^
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Haas. 500 j-, ... a "
SW 64th ave. Her father gave her.f* *h st' and ,h *
in marriage. Sle,n
She chose a gown of French lace Roy Michele wa* ring
and tulle with a strapless bodice. A reception was he
long >leeved jacket with mandarin 'cent^
collar and tiered skirt. Asequinedi .,
tiara held her silk illusion finger-1 After h^eymoon
tip veil, and she carried white roses Cuba and tour of Florida,
and an orchid. I pie will live at 5780 SW 1
Lovitz, Frankei
Eye Dec. 16 Rites
Mist Monj LovUl and Mr Jason
A Frankei are engaged. The cou-
ple betrothal was announced at
an intimate family gathering in the
oi the bride-elect' parent*.
Mr and Mrs A S Ivitz. 1624
Micanop) ave.. Natoma Manor.
Wednaaday evening.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mr- Joseph Frankei. 3228 Aviation
ave., Coconut Grove, prominent
locally aj owner} of Jason's restau-
rant in Miami
The couple, who have known
each other for the past four yean.
plan to be married Dec. 16 in the
Seville hotel
Ifflai Lovftz attended Miami
High, graduated from the Norman-
dj School and went to the Univer-
i Florida She is now engaged
in modeling work with Charm
Model Agency
Her [lance will graduate from
the i niversit) of Miami next June.
with a major in insurance and
business management A member
"I Alpha F.psilon Pi. he plans to
enter law school after thaL
Miss Lovitx is formerly from
West Virginia, and Mr. Frankei
originally comes from New York.

miss mom tovru
' Mr and Mrs Milton Sanderson
have announced th< engagement of
their daughter. Mildred Frances.
to Mr Arnold Burton Olstein.
The groom-elects parenU are
r and Mrs Harry Obtain. 3021
N* 4th st Miami.
I The Sandersons reside in Little
Rock. Ark.
MUSS MMMf 0
Young Man, 25 Years of Age
*etine, quiet, $" wi'un t .
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ANNOUNCEMENTS |NVlTAfiO*S
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PAGE 9
snV
Werner-K&hn
HAIIB
:y Habib
tent Told
talph Habib, 325
I Beach, announce
)f their daughter,
Rosenbaum.
is the son of Mr.
[Rosenbaum, Leo-
attended Miami
)1 and the Univer-
sband attended
>my, Boston Col-
Ijthree years in the
president of Shaw
rill take place in
Women Voters
View UN, Loyalty
The UN and the Federal Loyalty-
Security program will be the two
topics discussed by members of the
League of Women Voters of Miami
Beach at their final two meetings
of a summer workshop series on
Tuesday mornings at 10.
After a two-week pause, now in
effect, the League will hold these
workshops on Aug. 21 and Aug. 28
at the home of Mrs. Julius Breitler,
3319 Alton rd.
A preview and summary of a
complete League course In United
Nations and its work will be given
at the Aug. 21 session by Mrs.
Louis Biderman, who is president
of the Miami Beach Branch of the
American Assn. for the United
Nations.
As other Leagues are studying
the topic nationally, the final sum-
mer session will introduce Miami
Beach League members to the laws
and practices of the Federal
Loyalty-Security program.
<2C*bout ^Our w5y
special
%
avorites
EASY TO MAKE SURPRISES
Apple Dumpling, Sweet Potato Pecan
Pie Trim Table for Summer Eating
Ladies Are Hostesses
Members of Coral Gables Auxil-
iary, Jewish War Veterans Post
243, were hostesses at the service-
men's recreation center, 10th st
and Ocean dr., Wednesday evening.
In charge was Mrs. Jennie Golub,
chairman.
-
[Parties
:arewell
iteins
farewell parties
kept the Philip
cayne Island, in
their sailing for
17 aboard the
tes.
y friends hosting
snheimers, Mrs.
Mrs. Faye Gold-
snd-off party took
fabond club, with
feeph Fleisher and
as co-hosts. Still
here found the
ed guests of Har-
New York, and
a group of neigh-
entertained the
ler party at Beef
int.
Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
and Mrs. Charles
. and Mrs. Charles
land Mrs. Leonard
IS- luncheon will
en's function with
I" of- Frances Wein-
e at the Fontaine*
Balkin Chapter
Schedules Events
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will sponsor a
moonlight cruise on the "Dream-
boat," leaving Pier 10, City Yacht
Basin, Aug. 18. There will be
dancing to continuous music, and
each lady will receive a rose cor-
sage.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mrs. Murray Skup and Mrs. Ed-
ward Baker.
The chapter will next meet at the
Merry-Go-Round restaurant,-1118 S.-
Dixie hwy, on Tuesday evening.
By REGINA FRISCHWASSER
Apple dumplings are always a
welcome addition to the table and
will bring great delight to the
otherwise light meals you are pre-
paring during these hot, summer
days.
Or try the recipe below for sweet
potato pecan pie. a central point
of interest for end-of the-meal time
in the evening.
Applt Dumplings
3 cups flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1 < teaspoon salt
'-.- cup shortening
3* cup milk
Sift and measure flour with bak-
ing powder and salt. Cut in the
shortening and add milk gradually.
Mix to form a fairly moist dough.
Knead lightly, divide the dough
into six pieces and roll each piece
one-fourth inch thick.
Peel, core and chop six cooking
apples. Add one cup sugar, tea-
spoon salt, 1 teaspoon cinnamon
and 2 tablespoons melted butter.
Place 2 teaspoons of mixture on 5-
inch circles of pastry. Prick several
times with a fork. Bake on a bak-
ing sheet in a hot oven 425 degs. F.
for 35 minutes. Serve with custard
sauce.
Sweet Potato Pecan
3 eggs separated
Pi*
Okouneifs to be Feted
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, president
of Dov chapter. Mizrachi Women,
announced this week a supper par-
ty to be held Sunday evening, at
Beth El Congregation in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Okouneff who
are sailing Aug. 22 for Israel.
Parent Programs Due at Branches
Colorful parent night i programs
will be the climatic events marking
the end of the summer day camp
season for the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, which has
served 550 boys and girls this sum-
mer at four different day camps
throughout Dade county.
Camp Kadimah, at the Flagler-
Granada Center, 50 NW 51st pi.,
will present its annual camp show
Mb is president of the
Her company, Brow-
Hd executive officer
^r important untili-
the South Flori-
Iwill visit England,
aany, Switzerland,
and expect to re-
de France on Oct.
Jumnae
tnday
li Alumnae Assn. of
n sorority will hold
poting on Monday
113. at the home of
sen berg, 6210 May-
Mes.
[the meeting will be
progress of the
lilding at the Uni-
kmi. Members will
pmage for a coming
lir.
Attends National
Veterans Confab
Mrs. Sylvia Sandier, senior vice
president of Norman Bruce Brown
Auxiliary 174, Wednesday night at-
tended the national Jewish War
Veterans convention in Milwaukee,
Wis., as a delegate of the auxiliary.
As membership chairman, Mrs.
Sandier also took part in the
"Queen for a Day" contest for hav-
ing obtained the largest number of
new members to JWVA in the
State of Florida.
Young Man, 34 and Single
NEW YORKER WISHES TO MAKE
MIAMI HIS FUTURE HOME AsVor-
tisinfl background, ixctlUnt char-
acter, never married, sincere, loyal,
feed look mo. ond 1M% boats!
with the world ond myself. Come
from lint Jewish family. Wishos
to moot yooiifl lady from wall estob-
liihed business parents who tan
kefa mo plan tht fatoro. Object
matrimony. Write Mr. W. S., lex
2973, Miami II, Florida.
Wednesday night, featuring an
"Old West" presentation by the
junior half of camp and a musical
production by the senior half, en-
titled "How to Get a Boy at Camp
Kadimah."
On Thursday night, campers at
Camp Sholom, Beach Branch, 1536
Bay rd., and at Camp Noar, North
Dade Jewish Center, 13630 W.
Dixie hwy., will present their pro-
grams for parents, relatives and
friends.
At the Beach Branch, there will
be selected skits representing the
best presentations of the various
camp groups throughout the sea-
son. Theme at the North Dade
show will be "Circus Trip to Is-
rael."
Companion to Midle Aged
Widow Wanted
SHARK LOVELY HOME. Drive car.
Long Vacations. Enchant* room anal
board, email compensation. Excellent
references required. Call for interview
HI S-4Sf1 or write D. D., P. O. Box
2973, Miami tS .
Day JJinlWlKI^
Do#eadehU
Domestic
Reliable
Workers
37 N.E. 5th St. PR. t-1401
AL MEIDENBERO. Owner
1 teaspoon cocoa
1 teasDoon.-.salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
}a cup pecan halves
Vi cup sugar firmly packed
Vi cup sherry wine
Ihi cups milk
Ve cup butter
1 unbaked pie shell chilled
lVi cups cooked riced sweet
potatoes
Beat egg yolks and add sugar,
cocoa, salt, cinnamon, stirring un-
til smooth and well blended. Add
sherry, and blend. Bring milk to a
boil, add butter and add slowly to
egg mixture, stirring constantly.
Add sweet potatoes end stir until
smooth. Beat egg whites until stiff
and fold into potato mixture care-
fully. Turn into pie shell and bake
in a hot oven 10 minutes. Reduce
the heat and sprinkle onto pie.
Continue baking 50 or 60 minutes
longer, or until a knife inserted
comes out
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to serve you
24 hours
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CKerr Featuring C^JjWMT*^
-Open and Operetta N.Rht w'U ? ^ ^^ ^.^
N. ,hr )nomP of the eighth concert CtatjJ
{ (be 19S6 POP *" wh(" in 1938 Henderson went on a
even., at,the ""J^*** X 55 ended m Hnltarn where

Sunday which ended -.
he began to launch his car.
. *,.t to work for the National
Bp.adca.tin* Companv and studied
conducting under Albert Coates.
M). iIm studied theory and har-
mony under Arnokl Schnenherg.
be
will m
ni'-no
4
m2
iTch with Young Israel Organization of ^PaAWlya
currently holdmg^J*eehJongjr^tmg_a^^^-----------
Dr. Eisendrcith to Share Temple
Israel Pulpit During High Holy Days
Dr Maur.ce N F-.sendrath. pre.- benhip. the reform congregation
ident 'of the Union of Amer.can will have simultaneous double *-
Hebrew Yoneregafons. return- h. It.lmnc teMftal
fng to Miami next month to *hare auditorium, a* weUas the tradi-
with Temple Israels Dr Joseph N t.onal Temple. Rabbis Een*th
Narot the High Holy Day eereiea* and Narot w.ll exchange pulp.t*
To accomodate the large mem- throughout the holiday*
On Rsh Ha*hona eve. Sept 5.
the two *pin'ial lender* will each
ch at 7 and 9:15 p m. They
will prices at 10
a m "he n< \t nwnririg The
dule will be followed on Vom
. Sent 14 and morninc.
, moon, children'-
\ i f Chicago, III. nr
Miami Beach H<>nv rtdrath attended | chool
Training ted m Pittsburgh. Pa. was graduated
Children emereed into the light of from the l'ni\er*ity of Cincinnati.
e organisation here some where he wa ted to I'hi Beta
three month* pa. and ua* untamed at the
Saturday (tern i mem- Hebrew Union College, where he
bership ti I the home of Mr- wai the recipient of Ihe Fleisher
lie Klein, 8448 Indian Creek Prta ed annually to the col-
dr., will -pur the programi of thii la) Hi*
ip which ha- ittracted atma main- issued Dr. Eisendrath
cal consideration the honorarj degree of Doctor oi
This on th< heels Divinity in lfM5, two yi er he
: raising n "me ten i director of the
in the form ol ;. l t'nion.
"' a1 'h'' h : M" I ompleting Its plan* for the doth
' "nan. I** i ble High Her* Da) services, Tenv
rd., during which up* 57.000 ,,;,. u, annoum
Paul Beck will again aid
Cantor J provid-
phony Oroheetn aPr**
:in.
n will
Lstj
,. Adrians Kno
and Paul Knowfc
Th, nh.-.ra will be heard in- currently he Is ^" "$
iJWture to La Vk r.mMcr.ne. ,wjth Steve Allen on the NBC-TV
Offenbach nora... Ruv.an Sailor* .-Tonight" program. U well as m
D^T^e^^^y^r '-' appearances on manjMof the
;V T^ Three Four Stmrmen: majl,r mu*,c and Panpl;^*. ..
CoTral Nocturne and Hoe Dm* -, certainly Is n***
from Rodeo (opeland: and Man -wlth pift* he has a flare for!
h?t!an Square Dance. Rose. sonority, a good ear. an assured,"New York Pops."
L.i Knowles will ring Softly as,beat and the power to communicate performance of Mare
in^ Mornmg Sun i.c: Romberg his distinct.ve intentions without; ..Mrbom
The iSaend" Grieg; "La Donna exploding on the podiunv Thus.
7Z1&&. *-... ** ^--sa-ssL-a *z
Knowles will be hea 1 emergeIKe of Skitch Henderson as
a serious conductor, when the lat-
ter mada his symphonic debut with
the New York Philharmonic
Symphony in the first season of the
*
Beach Affair Due
To Spur Home for
Retarded Children
Out of a drei!''
Adriana .
in "Strange Music." Grieg: tm
Love in Your Dear Eyes." Arnold
Volpe; "Chanson Boheme," from
Carmen, Bizet. ___
""Both soloists will combine their
talents to conclude the concert
with Ai Mostri Monto." from II
Trovatore. Verdi: TH See You
Again." from Bittersweet. Coward:
and Finale from Act IV of Carmen.
Bizet
Skitch Henderson, composer, con-
ductor and piani*t. is one of the
country's outstanding radio and
television personalities Though he
was born in Birmingham. England.
most of his boyhood wa* *pent in
the United Stab H lived in Mm
Besot Kansas and Oklahoma until
he :<* 15, at which time he Baoeadj
to < hfcago Hi* early musical
training came from a variety
ww*w*w->ww.
MORRIS
Ike Wants Suez
Canal Open to
All Nations' Ships
i
STMCTIY KMHH atlATJ u
PrlaM tti (ty
304 First St. M
Ph. It 4 tm
M^nw%
w
pn
.lUMuimJ
Splash Pariy Due
For Beth Emeth
Crrmd tnm Paft
tern hanks.
Bam Herbert H Lehman urged
the U S to u*e I'nited Nations ae-
make no change in its policy of
fuMng certain clasnes of modern
arm* to I*rael at Israels request
, i boo to meet the Suei Canal crisis.
The New York *enatoT criticised
the IS and the other Western
Puwen for being "so long dazzled
and deluded" by Egyptian Presi-
dent Naaaer whom he de>cribed as
a "would Ih' Napoleon He said: Three years ao Presi-
ation
build.
il comn
Harrj K i*
l Beach Home and Tra.
I for Retai i hildren Ex-
ecu- I member Mr* Ch
Alter Wednesday i xplained that
. ponsor ii
tabh*h a hont ^mi Beach for
retarded children, which will
a school for thesi
ster* who need special instruction-
al and institutional facilities if they
are to develop a* human l><
capable of adapting to the world
around them '
Mrs. Alter said I hope ever)
parent of a normal child will show
hi> or her gratitude by joining our
willing workers and make our
dream become a reality."
special musical pi ith
full choir*
At their regular monthly meet-
ing Wednesday, memiH-r* of B"th .
th Sisterhood discnaaed final dent Eisenhower sent to the chief
ciming annual of the Egyptian State, by the hand
of Secretary Dulles, the gift of a
gun. Todaj. Mr Nasser is hold-
ing that Min to the head-, of the
l rn Powers Ho i* pointing it
from the Sana I anal and at last we
Included in the evening will be are an.u**d "
swimmimi in the Olympic pool. ________ -------
games prizes, picnic supper
dancing under the stars in the
Ticket- and information maj !
i.e.! (roan Mr* Harold Sterling,
plan* for their
*pia*h party.
ne of tin* year's affair will be
the Suez motel. 18215 lollin* BVS
on Saturday, Aug. 18.
A HERITAG1
The momimm't ia ov|
term are a part o( ihr ntal
that i oun ti^^T
arnmncNtal lie* h* l_
preceding acncraiiem. Thel
at pM oa lo :. Iurt fti
ihoolil he ( ; -ich ill
and family hisio:;
Owr eascriencc ai
Craftsmen ami our aWfal
ni*h the boat in workmanship enure far
\> bast lo bt had,
OMMOtf At S Of
N. Abramt, Caawaf I
, DADE MONUMBffil
3241 S.W. 8th St I
PkHlfl
rman "1 the
Alan Kramer.
affair, and Mr*
Miami Sailor Given
'Red Carpet' of ZOA
House in Tel Aviv
In Dade Federal Your Sminas NOW EARN jyi
with INSURED SAFETY
perl*
Dade Federa
J'M'tu/; <
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"0m *f nto ttariw'i OfOetf cad Urterf
4S HJ. Hrso km. M|r,t*lfl
OffXB l01 $.W. St. 57V7 a.* ^
Our fttsowcts txt~4 93 /Hrflwi Offta
FIRST MORTGAGE MOWY AVAIUliE
TEX AVIV Israel-* largest civic
and cultural center played beat
this week to a Miami sailor at a'
special dinner and reception for '
crew members of the Destroyer SS
Putnam, a flagship, which docked
in Israel on a four-day goodwill
vi.it.
Warren H Bergere. of 2521
Inagua ave.. joined other members
of the Putnam crew as guests of
ZOA House. Preceding the dinner- --------------- a
reception to which ZOA House in- Semi-monthly swim party tDonnorPrl k m -u an.
vited local Lsraeli hostesses, the and chapter of Bnai Kxth'for^nH^ byJ^fti\ Shor lodge-
Miami seaman toured the House Horidioni hotel, is hooted Z Sft^c *"** ChUdr#n at xh*
established here by the Zionist Or- director. Left to itohnSTLn^sHf* ^n' htel "
oi America and Sog^ n9nt ^ Stoinman. Suiter Mary Leonard
CompJef. mi toimimk Uk *"
MIAMI TITU
i OkttactCt
as yi ah* op titli Mftvtcv m oaoi carf
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INS*
established
ganization
4 SHORELAJfD ARCADE
TELQ1*0*


August 1Q, 1936
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Contind Irem Page I
of "alwayo" and had fought in
Israol's behalf Britain'* position
now would be much stronger. The
Prima Minittar noted that tho last
Labor Govommont hod tafcan tha
question to tha Unitad Nations
and it had boon dooit with than.
*3V VZJW VT 1T3.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
f45 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI IEACH
Phone JE 1 3f 9$
[officials of Miami join day campers of
ter Miami Jewish Community Center
tch. Shown last week at guest table
watched program by boys and girls
imp Ma-Ka-Bee are (left to right) Com-
missioner B. E. Hearn. Mayor Randall Christ-
mas, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. GMJCC president.
Emanuel Tropp. assistant director, Abe Gold-
man, supervisor of the Citizens Bureau of the
CUy of Miami.
tment Group
sis New Plan
perative buying program
to ssve apartment house !
thousands of dollars an-j
been announced here by'
Sold, president of the Mla-
Apartment Assn.
rogram, with more than a
manufacturers of prod
ntial to apartment house
cooperating, originated
renovation and moderniza-
[the group's offices at 420
rd. to handle more ade-
the increased activities.
pes the cooperative pro-'
association also provides'
liners to Miami Beach a
tal service to ease what |
a difficult and tiresome
>r suitable quarters," Gold
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THE GREATER MIAMI
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REGISTER NOW FOR OUR
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wishes Iff members, worshippers and Jewry In Greater Miami
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Simon Seiden, 1st Vice-President
Joel Zalis, Secretary
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announces tho completion of its
New Air Conditioned Sanctuary
SEATING ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1000 PERSONS
preservations ore now being made lor
The High Holy Day Services
Contmencing Wednesday Evening, September 5th
Conducted by
RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN REV. GEORGE GOLDBERG
CANTOR JACOB SILVSRMAN ANO CHOIR
NEW MEMBERS FOR 1fl64-7 ARE NOW BEING WELCOMED
DELICIOUS, EDUCATWNAl and JOCIAt ACTIVITIES
laealar Services SUWnhsed Mae's Cmb
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Nabraw School Sandoy School Kindergarten
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SfAT KISUVATIOHS FOR TNI NWN HOIf OATS AND REGISTRATION FOR
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Catl Otlke All Day-Hi 6-54*9
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."
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To Worship "WHk the Help of G-d'
im 1 he
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Daring the High Holy Days .
Rosh HashenahSept. 6th and 7th
Yom Kippur-Sept. 15th
AN Services Cendacfed Under the Personal Supervision of
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Reservotiens Now Being Taken Phone UN 6 5226 UN 6-1206
A $25 MEMBERSHIP FEE ENTITLES HOLDER TO HIGH HOLT DATS
TICKET AND SAME SEAT All TEAR LONG
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In Our Completely Air Conditioned
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distributed to all worshippers
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distributed to all worshippers
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The Officers of
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801-311 WASMOIOTON AVENUE
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reserve* ieni are mem being taken for
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
IN BOTH STNAGOGUES C0M50RTABLT AW CONDITIONED
SEATING COMMITTEE
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Bernard Frank
Morris B. Frank
Morris K revet
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Marcie Liberman
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Roftator Yoor CWM ie Oor Hebrew and Sonday Scheol


Friday,
i
PAGE 12
Beth Raphael
Names Cantor
Beth Raphael Congregation Wed-
nesday announced the appointment
, | Cantor Nisei Uoatkemitt (?
High Holy Day service*
Cantor Mo.-hkowitz will
Rabbi Ane Becker, spiritual Infer
i : the congregation.
Castor Moshkowiti ha* bet
iiliated with synagogue* in Bogota,
mbia. for the pa-t two >ears
lie studied mu-ic in Budapest and
mi, associated with the Great
Synagogue in Londi four yean prior to hi- appoint-
ments in Bogota
Juliu Sapero. Bith Raphael
president, -.aid that Abesh Perl will
render the Shach
the High Holy Day- Our -%na-
ogue at 139 N'W 3rc ave i- re-
mod'-led and renovated and
h.i- a capacit) WO seats,
he explained.
According to Ralph Kri
retary. ticket- are now a\ailable
at Beth Raphael office-
Horowitz to be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Howard, ton of Mr and Mr-
Sidney Horowitz. 128 Washii
Miami Beach, will bi
h on Saturday mon
it Beth Jamb i
Rabbi T;br Stern will
with Cantor Maurn i '
nf the musical ; I the
liturgj
Howard attend- Miami !',
r High S< I i- in
eighth srade
I Coiiu .
Delegation at National Confab
RaJh K,,,ck. UIVJTN new-
plan, f accomPan> the Ptoljg
delegatu.n to U* Pemocratic Na
0 the
of Auf 1- ___
rtickand aWTVJ new* came-
raman mil rr-tru-t theil
5v to Florid, delega-. -P"
work telecast-
ing
WTV.i film- taken in I hi
.ill be flown back to Murm
uiv.i- news pro-
gram- ^_________
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CAMJoe win mosmiowiri
Picnic Scheduled Sunday
aholem lodge. B hai B r:th. will
p nic Sunday a' the rock shelter
I'ark The afla.r will
l*ture an old fashioned liar
begta at 11 a.m
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ment...of thrusting and
Parrying...
but, at Greater Miami's
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\J understanding loan
officers who'll give
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answers...
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JGIOUS DIRECTORY
ISKAEL.7l01Cerlyle
Refcbi Imm Iwr.
p.m. Xaturday 8:10 a.m.
Jier: Arthur Uoyil Pine.
'Hebrew TheoloiVHl Hem-
raco. Hernion: "The Hta-
'
MES. 2343 coral Way.

HVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
, Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
William W. Llpson.
p m. Saul Rabin, e jr, ami Nathan Nelrhner.
offViMte in abaanoa of
iboza*. Saturday a.m.
500 SW 17th afe. Or
kbbi. Shtnaryahu
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Elul 3, S716 6:13
?W^rn
K
>
(RAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Rabbi H. Lewis Rott-
Haturday I:JO a.m.
n Israel."

:OB. 301-311 Washing-
rthodox. Rabbi Tiber
I Maurice Memories.
tj.ni Saturday K:i' am.
ijliiwanl. non of Mr. anil
ssvorowlta. riecmon: "To
Bo. be Judged."

HASL. US' NW 3rd
Rabbi Arie Becker.
a.m. Saturday *:Su a.m.
fhe Cl'ratneNS of Little
CILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
fRabbi Joseph E. Reckov-
>ABLES CENTER. 330
I. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Irving Robinson.
Ho for the new year 8at-
a.m Sermon: "Weekly
.,Jinc of Ruth Ijoulne
Arnold Robert L*nds-
Klou of thi-lr a|i|iroachinu
GRANADA. 50 NW
trvative. Rabbi Lee
ftiturriay a.m. Ser-
in a Spiritual and lx.ui-
ACADEMY. tit 6th
Rabbi Alexander
i.m. Saturday a.m. Ber-
Bf Portion.' Mincha 6:30
MAMI SPRINGS. 951
>ay. Conservative. Rab-
ckovsky.

fEAD CENTER. 183 NE
stead. Conservative.
officiates.
I a
rOOD BETH SHOLEM.
St., Hollywood. Con-
Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

WOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
St., Hollywood. Conserv-
David Shapiro. Cantor
itbraun.
> a a
TE CENTER. 3198 SW
Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
fsky. Cantor Samuel
a
H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
i d e x Rabbi Jonah
ntor Abraham Self.
I p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
rr ti.itiiii it.'/.. Oottaaman,
Vi'hl\a and Hebron 1'iu-
armon: "Israel, Torah and
a
>ALE EMANU-EL.
drews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
dale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
son.
5 y i
MONTICELLO PAstfC 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Mday vi7l4\JJr,^j)U}l' '
^Jthfulnea
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave.' Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
h>lda) 6 :W p.m Maturday *jl0 a.m.
Sermon: '(lur Relation! With Clod
and Man."

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
Friday x r. p m, SatuMaJr 9:30 a.m.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitj. Cantor Edward Klein.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform.

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6431 SW Ith St. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Leviten.
Friday 8:30 p.m. RellK/iou* i-halrmnn
Morris llt-oak* will oftleiate In ab-
sence of Ra.bhl l.evitan. I.ouis QoMIn
will speak on: "Brotherk'sMt from
Laymu'l Vlew|Klt." Hnata at tmea;
Shabbat: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoist-
Ill honor of his parent*.
1
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leen
Kronish. Cantor Semuel Kelemer.
Friday 8:lS"pm. Saturday 10:i a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAl SHOLOM. 2701
NW 113rd ft. Conservative. Cantor
Ben Grossberg.
4
TEMPI.! EMANU.EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m.

TEMPLI SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Bex 871, North Miami. Re-
form.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
i
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glenti.
Prldnv 8 30 p.m. Sermon: "The SIkiiI-
flranre of t'hal" In Jewish Life."
Hosts at one*. Hhabbat: Mr. and Mrs
James Harris In honor of IXth annl-
Saturdav it a.m. Sermon:
"Tlie Rr*l of Justice Is Not Always
llalan.i d."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Caaael.
a a a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwiti. Centor Rudolph
Brill.
Temple Israel's
School Will Hold
Double Sessions
As a result of an anticipated
record enrollment. Temple Israel's
religious school committee Wed-
nesday announced that the school
will conduct two sessions during
the coming year, on Saturday and
Sunday mornings.
Under the direction of Cantor
Jacob Bornstein, the school is gen-
erally limited to children whose
parents are members of Temple
Israel. A staff of specially trained
professionals will teach students in
kindergarten through the confirrna-
tion classes, Cantor Bornstein ex-
plained.--------------------------------.
"Coming from all over the Greaf-
er Miami community, the religious
school pupils receive careful in-
struction in the areas of Jewish
I religious life, social studies, skills
and literature. Midweek Hebrew
'classes will also be conducted for
those students who wish to take
advantage of the courses," he ad-
jded.
Preceding actual enrollment, and
| throughout the school year, Cantor
[Bornstein and the faculty partici-
pate in special workshops.
Survlvlnir are hi* wife, Mary; son,
Grald. brother and two slaters. tierv-
k*e and burial were In New York,
with local arrangements by Gordon
Funeral Home.
CHARLES LEFKOVE
7S. of 2400 sW 4th ave.. retired local
ladies cloack and suit manufacturer,
died Auk. 4. He came here 21 years
aso from New York. Surviving are his
wife, Alice: a son, Abe: daughter, lira.
Rose Wexlcr: sister and five ersnd-
I'hlldren. Services were Aug. 3 in Gor-
don Funeral Home, with burial in jit.
Nebo Cemetery.
WILLIAM HINRY SHAPIRO
5, of S.'il HW 11th St.. died Aug. 3.
He formerly lived In New York and
was owuer of the Smoker's 1'aradlse
Cigar (More here. He was a member
of the Kiiia-hts of Pythias* and is sur-
vived by his wife. Fay; two daughter*.
Mrs. Sylvia Samuels and Mrs. Kst, II.
Wolf: three sisters, two brothers and
five grandchildren. Burial and sory-
Icea were In New York.

Rev. M. J. Cohen, %tid
Haa bean practicing in Washington 25
years. Approved by Washington City
Hospital and well-known physicians
aa a successful mohel. Rev. Cohen
guarantees satisfaction. Also a well-
known Bal Tfilah. 4364 Alton Road.
Rh. JE 4-2727.
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Marrey I. Plaits
Managing
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Orthodox Leader
Dies in Baltimore
Jacob Zalis, Miami visitor for
many years, died Saturday, July 29,
in Baltimore.
He came to the United States in
1898 and was a retired clothing
merchant.
Active in Jewish community af-
fairs, he helped raise funds for the
Talmudical Academy and was an
organizer of Mizrachi in Baltimore.
In addition, he held executive posi-
tions at Shaarei Zion, Shaarei
Tfilah and Tifereth Israel Anshe
Sfard Synagogues there.
Rabbi Samuel Rosenblatt, of
Beth Tfilah, eulogized Mr. Zalis as
"a Zaddik" in his address at grave-
side services. Other spiritual lead-
era present were Rabbis Hirsch
Heiman. Nathan Drazin, Israel Ta-
bak and Hirsch Diskind, of Beth
Yaakov School for Girls.
Also present were representa-
tives of numerous orthodox organ-
izations in Baltimore
Survivors include his wife, Bes-
sie: two daugKters, Mrs. Herbert
Fischler and Mrs. Rose Weber,
Baltimore; and five sons, Joe, Mia-
mi, William J.and Maurice, New
JYork, and Albert Van and Leon,
' Baltimore.
I Mr. Zalis also leaves a brother,
Samuel, Baltimore, and one sister,
Lena Corneas, Chicago.
-
MAX GOLDSCHLAQER
SO, of ill SW etnd it.. :i resident here
for five years, coming from New York,
died Aug. 4. He was a retired mana-
ger for I'nideiilial Life Insurance Co.
Ill
First Joint Affair
"Renew old friendships and
make new friends" will be the
theme of the eventa* when South
west Jewish Center holds its first
combined congregation and sister-
hood membership rally at the home
of Mrs. Djuretta Brooks-Weiss, 520
SW 62nd et. The evening of plan-
ned entertainment will include re-
freshments and Is slated Aug. 19.
|-1
levin Unveiling
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of the late
MOUIE LEVIN
formerly of
7525 Carlvi.e Avenue
Miami Beach
trill la\e place
Sunday. August 12th
I p.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Mrs. Levin is survived by two
sons, Norman M., of Cleveland,
-and Dr. Leo M.. Miami Beach;
and one daughter. Mrs. Ethel L
Sadowsky, also of Miami Beach.
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer. Thurmond
Monument Company is in charge
of arrangements. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
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Italian Jets Set Off Fireworks in Congressional Debate
Wa-h ..-.-
TALIAN-made j for
' Israel? This set off a Cor
sional political debi *
ed like a question of war or B
Rep Hugh Scott. Phiiade
Republican, told the press
20 that he and Rep l**1***
Curt,-. Boston Republican, had
talked with Secretary of State
Dulles about arr- for Israel
Scof *"*"
Dep '""
rael and that the Jewislj State
might be sold F-S4 jet fighters
now beira produced by tm
der an offshore procurement con-
tract with the United Sti
On the following day however,
and Italian Fore-
man in Rome said their nan
chance at ill" Italy wort
tighter- to brael Th<
Pre-s quote.: ti
man's comment? OB "
story.
Rep WUlian
Philadelphia Dem
to bons." the matter up on the
Boas* ilo. r Green charged
Scott was ittempti
Jewish eat Philadelphia
That he is the great cha
I-rael de-pi:e the I Oder
mill*
to
f the Be-
ew presideet.
^nhewer be ha* not
,e saeeJe t
Scon ha* headed a groap of
Bepuhhcan Coagessmer
h\e mif** to pis made '*
:, ... .--- :-
G^r. b a awnseer <** "***
!C Deinonet* ^*J,T
for Israel He saud that be aw*
colleagues
ON THE
8*
ad

Foreie- Affair-
.....HMrf bj *
. e Department a
ttrt^on arms for lrael K-rh
l^Hi-lh^eui^er^oodfrorn
there that there have ff f f^ff.!
^ no Jiajr of policy
tKL Ha. '<"
orr,,. tM the H had
< information on Italian jet
ph.es hot was aware that there
he an hfllt
Retemne to
UIVf#M.V
rHf AMflKAN IfW. A BMaW AMAirSfS. ly Be. .!*.
T.rk: Theeeer H.nl Fseweahee. $J.te.
"<*J
baMBtJi
<:T>cerei> mteresMd
rrr- '
**"rtot' M cond^and
:'h
A- a resent
Bn< to the press about
settir; jet fagbte-
ereec Mid he made cantac:
the SUte Depart***! He leare-

mtr eo there were ad-
anee t
bower aohej that they
thought hie) had prevented war
and sared the oil of the I
! wm advised the geoUe-
re concerned about the

-
icy they were told by the Secre-
ItXMIt Si IIW.tltTZ
Some Old Reflections on Getting Angry
:
be ji
-
The rabl re of
r retort thai
tools
:rom
for ii
'.' i
blood. Our blood
may be -:
:cnK Varkhar
-

Rabbi Varkhar i e b a a g i a |
has is aa iljaniatais of the
wisdom may help m earhss{
aacer It asertew has ay saua m the
fact that a
soaaity had

\ via man is more apt I
the

Reb I' \ am r n
speak ;..
mad'

nbtr things which hap-
..r. >ome ten
rweatj
can r
happ:
iavadi r
:: n tl
It
would not even deign to speak to
a cer.a." aar ta the comni-

One day. however, as the -
the object of r. a ere
the sasse state coach. Babhi
Baer called eaer to the aua and
asked hua to ,it by his side.
that Bahfat a^r t^> u), ^
with the aaac, hat he dee.-
leataa I aaked ana to
le h that 1 dtdat want to
to htafc at hii ire.
face
the 19M elec-
Havs said M !*-
. f e House.
for about 10 second
the Great
- vr and then had their
,r and ia*e
out suteir
tri aad he mailed out que?
tjonaacre- .- which he a>ked
consa-utec-.s if they approved of
icted
The major-
+id they dad not. "and a lot
_-.sered OTata H
the n
'hat
lates
\. I further un-
- H. thai mat-
. -. intere-t
May I furth' r
I mi row ar. I ahvaai
..mg arm?
iaiaad
heraeif I ha- thn mter-
Uoa coin-
hji the prtaa
report oaotiag him on Italian
hvarJ aai correct He
attacta Bte| that hi?
..n pent too
ime away from Waabia
Philadelphia may bo hat
| l.i l\ tlUt MM-h
qua I Un were .orrwhow absent
(rum the Baatt-GtaM debate
Gran toeaatd
Ml reaaonahiltthw by
running all over the country '
chairman of the (i ( P Na-
A- char | and
>r about
- and related matter-.
remain< d iiktot Pet Israel
a% graw ad To haawl
MMth.
ntinued to arrive
prepare
:: - But Irel pre
I
^shington
B
EN MALPERN'S book on "The American Jew1 whith |
tnbuted by the Jewish Agency for Palestine. )s joe^-yj
.urately subtitled 'A Zionist Analyst*." As Mr. HatpnTi
points out in his preface, "the views here expressed reprr
tude officially approved by any Zionist or other Jewish nria
It is an intensely personal analysis which the author Mfci
though it i* certainly no less valuable for being wroqilT
Halpern sensitivity rather than a collective ideology. tatasT
Zionisti are thinking as sharply and thoroughly as i$ Mr
there seems little need to worry about the "bankruptcy of i
or uselessness" charged since the birth of the State of l^T!
Mr Halpern subjects American society to a searchinm^
what price acceptance, what advantages accrue from a eenail
lessnesi of social stratification, and from a lack of urgeary tl
mfnmg what is to be the "ultimate American waj of Im> tu
Halpern does not fall into the usual pit of deciding that tan
fnnte of hate-mongers constitutes the moat real anti-Semium
i? he happily blind to the fact that America i. m her i_
n. dominated by the mentality of white. I'rototaBt i
class, native Americans," that this dominance is defined by to*}
and privileges of the older settlers," and that while "the'a,
Jews think of themselves as a third partner, together with Cm1
and Protestants, in the American Way of Life the oolr 1
I Me ith a real claim to being established in American
the American Protestant Way."
There are other matters connected with being a Jew in tt
especially if you accept Mr. Halpern s viaw of American taoeu
<>f these is the question of Exile. Zionists believe anti-i
ineradicable Thus, if a Zionist does not experience a
religion, then the Neo-Zionist attempt to defend the per
morality of the Diaspora leads to two possible alternative-
a merely conventional, unauthentic acceptance of Jewish
vh<.-e Mile function is then to hide the reality of Exile from!
ct-ptton. or to an experience of Exile reduced to nothing ass]
the Negro\ or the alienated Jewish intellectual's plight an i
without cultural significance or justification.''
The author believes that "If Jewish culture still has ani
ffer the world at large, it will be proved only in a pua|
Jewish social existence faces new. real, aenous problem*.
b uses, no one really doubts that il ii id
that this essential condition obtains The fact that any I
is. m a sense, self imposed, since the doors of Israel are
Zionist in an untenable position, since, as Henl believedf
alternative to Zionism is assimilation Mr Halpern seems, sn/
nd conscience, to be creating a raison d'etre for I
Zionism in the negative terms of its own destruction, since "tk|
. has now acquired a specific, pragmatic significance
Zionist resolve to overcome it."
The author's analysis is intellectually compelling, and r&4
tn many, so long as one retains the historical rigidity of tail
ol t! | think, however, that if one would deny the (
of the Exile, as it now pertains, answers other than those i
would he required. It may be rash to ray that Judanm a I
may he forced to maintain lUelf in more realistic terras uses*
>et the irony of this possibility is one which omtMeal
itself, and must be taken into future account
IN Til MI HOI 1
Dramatic Israel Stamp Wins Ul Non-Sectarian Awn.
HERBERT C. U'fT
Judy Hclliday Hakes Great Comeback
*~ *t
QUR
ta aMidstf, a
cosnebeck in
Cadillac- cinema ~*Trrmi of
the Broadway play by Gear.
Kaufman and Bow aid TVchman
which was sneak previewed in
wood a couple of weeks aco
Abe Burrows, in his screen play.
transposes the character of Laura
Partridge, created en the -tage by
Josephine Hull, to a mucn young-
er woman to fit the charming per-
lasantj of Miss Hoi Uj Hi
adds a bit of romar.tic :r.terest to
the comedy by marrying her off
to "Big Ed" MacKeever. the
\S ashington Dollar-a-Year man
The latter is portrayed by Paul
Douglas who co-starred with
Holliday in the original stage pro-
duction of Born Yesterday." but
was replaced for the movie mb>
sion. because be was sot the
nype."
The motion picture today un-
der araoh and depth of Carson
Eassat work, hot in take-o en
the laeaaaigaas of bag hmimn
nea ling. And it is a hou-
l_7a,tfc J**'r* as the
-":. -.::.- ... : -.-
*"' -' "------ S--^:wiT
ZT," ***** yM lady
waa oowa to earth aanettasas
-bo does telenor. coaaMernab
and fhrts on the ude The new
Km Partridge goes to the anneal
5*jjj" "**-' -* '
**** aboat otfker. salares!*hnt
>ho to ch a Mia. There h a
p* deal of eoanaon sens, be-
hmd Jndy-, oae-traea anad.
alath of the footage fer T>*
So:., GaM Gm J, ....' .
tal location at Xew York
Boekefeller Center, aad m Vak
lagaoa DC the abase ef K>p-
resentatives aad oa the steps of
the Seaate Beokuag. The sMemrs
ere fibaed at the Cetaanbu Ste-
^Hos^weod.
Washington
^N ISRAELI stamp, telhng the dramatic story of
seven years 0f independence, has won a non-
sectanan religious asard
The prue wincing commemorative postage stamp
depscti the emblem of the State of Israel with the
-even arms 0f it< Menorah lighted, svmbolizing the
Bs*eton of seven years of independence Against
LJ^7"nmX]y *"*" "fksT'.und two olive
branches symbolic of peace border the Menorah
niCB "*nMned with warm orange lighu. The
^Ti^"P-w>ub,1> ^hadwl d heautifully
.?**" *** lB* word "rt" both In bold
Srtrew mi m nr.,cht. clean English lettering.
air G Hamon of Tel Aviv the designer
f*?JZiL ^ c mten 'b0U, ^^ Arnold J.
* Geyl ^^oS^' Fr^nck L Schuman.
^hsked by kJ2i ..-^? 7 "l~nce Samuel JUst
"The CMmton of Religion on Stamp*
a predominately American group, will
sent an award to Israel for this P0*"**'.
has been chosen as having the best reagaas
based upon a Jewish theme. ,
Last year The Collectors of ReligioaMj
Society" decided to originate a series nr
the most inspiring religious designsobs
mg 11*55 Awards were to be given W'
Protestant, Jewish and Inter faith >e""V(
imately 500 members of the slams **
Nominations were open to every coun7
Not only did Israel walk away *
werd. but the Majority of tmDVT|i
the Jewish theme award were ""^TP
stamp was nominated for the Jewish i*t
arp Critique of Prof.
He goes to great length to chaJaWfP (
giwhty of Prof. Toynbee s work ir .
to prove iU bias and inaccuracies n*
Prof Toynbee's account of "rta'nn(Wd
ous events In the Jewish field and "
the British hiaturian has olMed ..-
he had at his disposal, thus pr^n'lj
-'-p Mibiect dX&^l
he had at his diaaeaal. thus Pt*Z
Picture Although the wbjert fJT
artillery." Mr. Sssnoel sifcxeeded
book which makes for lively "**"*,
provide a Uemendoui amount oi W
The exposition at Ftof. Teya*a
" and asM:
lit
I '
Jews in the _
Western ciriHsatioa ss saatained^
ter oi Velaaae VIII of his A sn


10, 1956
+Jmi*9> f*rrktlr>ri
PAGE 15
f Leader
Group
Recommendation of
Dggett, president of
is Assn. of Great-
LIGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
No. 192355
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring In 'in.iiu- In | CHANCERY.
business under the fictitious name of DANIEL SI I.K and
KARI, 1 H11.11 at 777 N. W. 72nd EHTEI.I.E II. SII.K. IMalnllffn
Steet._.MIami, Florida. Intend* to reg-
ister mid name with the Clerk of lht>
Circuit Conn of I >.tde County. Florida
Mil.IF K MAI'AN. Hula (rwru-i ;
LiOAL NOTICI
LEGAL NOTICK
FRIEDMAN A SMAI'IKti
II N. ChrtetaUs'Attarn.p tor Applicant
I .(>., S-yla.iii Bill).
S/10-I7-24-S1
City of Miami, Wed-
nted Hy, Morris
the United Nations
of Miami.
in process of form-
littee, purpose ef
organize activities
an of Miami on the
and its aims and to
for cisie, voter-
nationality groups
Mi a United Nations
United Nations
rough 27.
[the week will be a
program to be put
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTH'K Is IIKKKBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CORAL- OAHIjEK SHOE STORE, at
2128-21 Pon. e d. Leon Blvd.. Carat
Galiles, Inland* to register aaid name
wit* trie Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Hnrida.
HAM .1 HCHEINMAN
BEIOEL at TElTEIJiAW
Attorney for Applicant
904 Blacayae Building
/10-)7-e4-l
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tjiat
the uadci eigued. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HUBERT'S MV8IC t'KNTBK, at 443
East fourth Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida,
lit Park on Wednes- l" I -.i_ a e_ .* Clerk of tile Circuit Court of Dade
with Sen. Spessard county, Florida.
cipal speaker of tbe K*R! MAn"': llo8E-
Sole Owner
DAVID M OONKHAK
'Attorney for Applicant
)ismukes, professor /io-i7-24-3i
of Miami, will be
pharge of the pro-
rill be held on the
[he anniversary of
i n i Day. Prof. Dis-
chairman of the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK 18 HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FRAME TECHNICAL INSTITUTE,
at Miami, Florida, Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
nit of the United '"" Court of Hade County. Florida
nil oi me umieu. FRAME. INC. (A FU. Corp.)
here for the past .harry h. teitei.man
I Attorney for Applicant
"4 Blacayae lildg.
8/111-17-n-ai
vs.
wii.i.iam J rich iinsuN and
SARAH A. RICHARDSON,
Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ti >:
WILLIAM J. RICHARDSON and
sal ah A RICHARDSON, hla wife
residence unknown; and each and
any of the above named defendants,
If living, and if dead, the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
llenors, creditors, trustees, or other
parties or claimants claiming by,
through, or under or against the
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 County,
Florida, to wit:
"All of \jo\ 8 except the Northwest-
erly ." feet thereof, said 5 foot atrip
being more particularly described as
that area lying between the common
boundary line of I,nta S and 9 and a
line that la parallel to and feet
Southeasterly of, measured at right
angles, to said boundary line, Block
101, CENTRAL MIAMI PART ac-
cording to the Plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Book 17 at page 8 of
the Public Records of Dade 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 Dade
Countv. Florida, In Cwancery. by
DANIEL SILK and E8TELLE H
SILK, plaintiffs, for the purpose of
Foreclosing Mortgage on the above
described pro|>erty. and you are here-
NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SANDY'S, at 127 8.E. 1st Street. Mi-
ami. Florida. Intends to register aaid
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Fiorina.
MARY B? LEVEY
MARK 8ILVERSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln lid.. Miami Beach. Fla.
7/20-27 8/3-10
trved as a member
[ol directors of the
Assn. of Greater
[past five years. He
commander of the
srans of the United
knior vice command-
MY.UIisUt Post,
>reign Wars and a
Lindley DeGarmo
Legion.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dl'RALVA EXPRESS CO.. at 38lh St.
Annex Bldg. #1. MIA. Miami, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name with
Hie ilerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS A. RET
7/20-27 S/S-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 1S2525
KATHLEEN HAI'SHR. Plaintiff.
PHILIP W MAUSER, Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOU. PHILIP W. HA USER, Resi-
dence Unknown, are hereby required
to serve a copy of your answer to a
Bill of Complaint for divorce on
Plaintiff's attorney Claude M. Barnes,
223 E. Flagler St.. Miami, Fla.. and
file the original with the clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 4th day
>f September, A II lS'.fi. or a default
alll be entered against you.
Dated this 30th day of July. A.D.
Mis,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
8/1-16-I7-24 .__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PLAMINCO WEST AVENUE.
APARTMENTS at 1448 Weat Avenue,
Miami Beach. Florida, intend to regis-
ter aaid name With the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM SEMON
NORA SKMON, Owners
SHAPIRO FRIED
Attorneys for ham Semon
and Nora Semon
7/27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
by renui'red to" serve* 'tin plaintiff's' business under the fictitious name of
attorney. A. C. LOWERY, IMS N.W. BTTOKES BAR, at 278:.
NOTICE
>ER FICTITIOUS
IE LAW
KKRY GIVEN that
, debiting to engage In
|he fictitious name of
i HOTEL, at 413" Col-
Ilnnii Beach, Florida,
ler said name with the
iJnuit Court of Dade
TEL CORPORATION,
rp.
Meant

%
LE QUARTERLY
4M
SAVINGS
LY CHARTERED
riTUTIONS
INSURED TO
U.S. GOVERNMENT
AGENCY
iAVINGS SERVICE
LEY BUILDING
at First Air*.
FLA., PHONE 9 7976
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL Co.ME. GREETINGS:
Whereas, PAULINE BAM ST. Mia-
mi, Hoi iila B. M. PINCIIOT, Miami,
Florida. A. W. ItcKBNNON, Miami.
Florida did on the 24th day of April,
A.D. 19">1 cause to le Incoriiorated un-
der the provisions' of the genera! Cor-
poration law of the State of Florida:
PLATT REALTY CO., a corporation.
with Its principal place of business at
Miami Beach, iMde County in the
State of Plot Ida. and whereas the
proper officers of such corporation did
on the 1st .lay of August, A D !...
cause to be fllel In Hie office of the
Seeretarv of State of the State of
PI,rid... a duly authenticated resolu-
tion adopted Ml the stockholders un-
der the provisions of said Chapter SOS,
Florida Statutes, showing the dissolu-
tion of such c oi poi atlon.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
Slate does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with. ., ,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the rlrsl day of Au-
gust. A.D. 1!*"'S
R. A. CRAY. Secretary of State
(Seal)
8/Hi'M___________________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GREAT SOUTHERN SALES at 1463
Drexel Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla.. In-
tends to register aaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ROY NEEDKLMA.N. Bok Owner
8/3-10-lT
Mist Terrace, Miami 47. Florida, a
copy of vour answer or other defenses
and to file with the Clerk of said Coart
yonr written answer or defenses on
or before the .list rtav of Aueust, isr.fi.
If you have anv. HEREIN FAIL NOT
OR .H-TKIMENT WILL BE ENTER-
ED AGAINST VIII' Dated at Miami.
Dade Countv, Florida, this I4th day
of July, 195s.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of circuit Co"rt
Bv: WM W STOCKING.
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk
7/27 8/3-10-17
Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MRS. ET>NA U. OAKLET
Sole Owner
BARNETT PELTZ
1739 S. W. 8th Street
Attornev for Applicant
8/3-10-17-24
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+J**isl fkr/kfiar
solicits four lagal node**.
Wo approciato your
patronage xxad guarantsMi
ciccuroao sarvica at Urged
rates
Phono FR 4-4366
for maasangar aervlca
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND. FOR DADF.
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 192417
INEZ D. CARDINEAt'. Plaintiff,
AUGUST HERMAN CARD1NEAU.
Defendant
TO: AUGUST HERMAN
CARDINEAC
112-11 Prospect St.
Flushing. LI.. New York
You are required to serve a ropy
of vuir answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the nlsintlff's
attorney, and to file the original an-
swer In the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the ?7th
dav ef AUKiist. A.D.. 19.'.: otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed bv you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
25th day of .lulv. 19'fi
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Cle'rk of the Circuit Court.
Dade Countv Florida
Bv: JOAN OOURNOYER
fClrrnlt Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev for Plaintiff '
ini.i, S'rvhoid Building. Miami. Florida
7/27 .8/3-10-17_______________________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAM1- LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslrned. desiring to enrage In
business onder the fictitious nam- of'
CADILLAC OUM.ITY CLEANERS,
at IIS) N W. 3rd Ave.. Intend to ree-
lter ld nnme -lth t"e Clerk of the
Circuit Court of tva County. Florida.
-*ipbv ynpryr:.
PaMNIB SPRINO. Sole Owners
8/2-10-17-24______________ .
NOTICE lINnrR FICTITIOUS
M1MC IAW
NOTICE IS' HFRTT OIVEN that
the undertiened. destrlnr to en-ace In
houln**. under the fictitious name of
... i.-i.-i" v-7,. at M% N. E 79 S"-eet.
Miami. Florida, Intends to regler
.,,; I name |t" clerk o' '-" ""Ir-
Cttll On'rt nf D*d* Countv. Florida.
SI.F"-"P M,"T. INC.
Bv Phl"-> ^lai PresMent
*: "ii R--V. Secretary
TI.IAVOFF f- Wt'lPII
it,.rne' 'or Sleep Mart, Inc.
8/3-lf-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE CORRAL, at 400 South State
Read No. 7. Hollywood, Florida. In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach. Horlda. this
30th day of July. 19fi6.
HAROLD J GREEN
MICHAEL LENDINO
TURK NEWMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t*at
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL. TIRE AND BATTERY
CO., at 13800 N. W". 7th Avenue, Mia-
mi, Florida, inlands to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
REAL OIL. INC. (A FU. Corp.)
8/3-10-17-24 _____
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
MAME law
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PETRI'S POSITIVE PEST CONTROL
at 141 Aragoa Ave., Coral Gables, P. i
Box 426. Riverside Station. Miami.
Fla Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Datde County, Florida.
HENRY c PETRI. Sole Owner
MARLoW. SINNAMON and
MARUiV. Attorneys
804-S Longford Bldg.. Miami M. Fla.
XfVt-rt .8/3-10________________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 3*464 A
In Re: ESTATE OF
DORA M KALVELAOE, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of win, may have against the
estate of DORA M KANVEUUK, 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 Made County, FV.rlda. within eight
calendar months from the date of Hi--
fit st publication hereof. Said 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 733.18 of
the llti". Probate Act.
Date .lulv 14, A.D. 1956.
BARNETT PELTZ.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of
DORA M. KALVELAHK.
Deceased.
BARNETT PELTZ
Attornev for Executor
17:11' B.W. 8th St.. Miami, Florida .
7/27 S/rt-Hi-17____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAM! MARITIME SERVICE, at 209
Pacific Bldg.. Miami. Florida, Intend*
to register said name with the Clerk,
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ___.
EDUARDO DeAGUILERA
7/20-27 8/3-10 ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE RIVER LAUNDRY, at .14..
N. K. 8th ritreet. Miami, Florida, ln-
Id name with the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that trnd to register _
the undersigned, deslging to engage in i-lerh of the Circuit Court of Dade
business under the fictitious name oflcfcunty, Florida.
TI'CKMAN 5, 10 ft 1'P STORE, at Little River Service C
3SM-38 Curtlss Parkway. Virginia
Gardens. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD TI'CKMAN. Owner
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Applicant
1612 Congress BWg.
8/3-10-17-24 % ,
NOTICE HMrs>R F""TITIOUS
NAM' I *W
NOTICE 1Frn'r GIVEN that
the nnderolened. AV-'-'r,- to enae |ti
|>*lwee linger in* rillAne nnm* of
LpuTi.FR p"V5E i.ioi'ons. s *'!
Q federal Hl"wv Pe-rlne. f orb's
Intends o rngle'-r -|,l nsree with "he
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Coilll" F"wM
ST rvo-ENCE SCHWARTZ. Owner
H'l-lO-n-'l
The Board of Directors of
Florida Diversified
Investments Corporation
On. lincln lead us*nf attend Seech J. Reride)
has declared a
i Idi iila
of*V*%
payable in stock of the company
Payable on September 30th, 19S6 to
stockholders of record at the e\o*e
of business on September 21st, 1956
_ JULIUS JAY rsaLMUTTFJI.
Prtmdeml
rtitsirisD iMrtsrmitr owarvmrr in flokida
I ified
Uirrslin, nls
fOrponlion
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eagage la
business under the fictitious name of
Florida Corp.
ARONOVITZ A RON i
Attorneys for Applicant
748 Weybold Bldg.
7/20-27 8/3-10
orp.. a
Sol.- Owner
VITZ.
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ARTHUR'S REALTY CO, at Belve-
dere Hotel, 843 Euclid Avenue. Miami
Beach. Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Florida.
7/20-27 8/3-10
-NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unnei signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
Attorneys for Arthur's Realty Co.
./20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NOTICE IIMncR FICTITIOUS
Niur i AiV
VOTICK IS llf'"'"V CIVI-V It'll
the ""derslmed. 4'i*ii' to en-aee In
llllgl'iaas "n-e !** fl~tol~...- .o e
r> v IUtr>sN B1'INF9B OP-
lOPTfN-'T|i.'< '- y lvnnf Ml-iml. f elds In'ind to raw.
(.-tor a'd pme "-Ith h. ci^rl- K
Circuit ^"H of Dn-'e Coons*- -*i.rlda
I. His- i' KT oe h~i i-'.reit
I Mfi'ivii' P PI'CKKTT.
On. h int.'est.
r nx- i.-tt t|.*t !"/
1"1 Dnuihvoi th ot Miami, Florida
ln"i'- r Applicants
g't-10-17-24
NOTICE oMc,ep r-rTITIOUS
N>'" > W
Vivrifp t nfowwy div'V t'">'
the nn^.r-'^ned ^aslgtge to ennee In
hx.ln... ,.1.4^ th. *t"tlr|/,. ti.n*. of
t-mii; v ivo prtt. \ M.n 4ven'e \r.i ebutrh. t^^pM'.
Il4> to r~Tl-t. r>M met with !<
,;~r\, t th. Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florid,. ^^^
ptpnunvn /- c>' O^TEIN
Attorne' 'or A"t>"e-nt
i e.Uvo'n ^^r' "V-'MIng
h, Florida
iaAli S&JS&'li j^tf-w^iv <"**"* x,,OHT ... w,. me.)
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister aaid names with Ihe Clerk of the
Clicuit Court of Dade County. Klorida
KALA OF MIAMI. INC. a Klorida
Cor|Kiratlon, Sole Owner
THHOIH.RE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Building
7/27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of | business under the fictitious name of
at Ijingfoni Bldg Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register aaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. __
SHELDON EDWARDS.
Sole Owner
AI.V1N S CAWN
Attorney for Applicant
i IBS Lincoln Road Bldg.
7 L'7 K 3-10-17_______________________m
NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
PIIIUMAR HARDWAUE & HOME
sri'l'LlES. at 110 N W 27th Are-
nti.. Intend |o register said name with
th. il.rk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PHILIP WAI.I.P.I'.ltc. -.(r,
MEYER 1IARAR1 i0'<
SIDNEY EKRON'S. IN
Attorney for Applicants
I BMg.
2I Shoreland
8 .l'lu-17-24
NORTH DADE CITIES SERVICE at
l8th St and N.W. 27th Ave.. Miami.
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
HAROI.H MON1SE
MELV1N I MUROFP
Attornev for Aaeillcunt
927 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach. Fla.
7/27 8/3-lti-IT
. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATMON OWJTWMTS
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In South Florida
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