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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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eaders Appeal to Dulles for an 'Equitable' Solution
jed from Pge 1 A
interference by Arab
n the internal affairs of
ry A documented brief
he multiple infringe-
the rights of American
Lrab nations and an ex-
pdy including a series of
sive, long-range recom-
for solving Middle East
vere presented to Mr.
si emphasized the con-
American Jewish Com-
"long range equitable
insure peace, stability
ferity in the Middle East.
lie recognized that these
both by interested or-
and by the United
be thwarted by any
st country that refuses
He said that viola-
iternational agreements,
liose involving the free
any nation through the
clearly interprose such
lustein, honorary presi-
American Jewish Corn-
long conference at
the State Department with George
V. Allen, Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs, his
deputy secretary William M. Roun-
tree, and Raymond A. Hare in a
general review of the Middle East
situation, including the arms mat-
ter and the Suez Canal problem.
Mr. Rountree, will shortly succeed
Mr. Allen in his post; Mr. Hare is
succeeding Mr. Henry A. Byroade
as American Ambassador to Egypt.
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Solution to Fracas Awaited
Friday. AugustJ7, 1956__________
Jewish life. Only in Israel, he observed, can
there be Jewish dignity.
There are undoubtedly farjoo many critical
for "* tnZ
involved vraJT^l
WiniamKipeH^J
I*"* "bout mul^j
ing of n anTLP
sensitivity to the problem* of the creative per**,^. *
There was. of course, much piano playing. M J,,.
downright sweaty practice. "Willie." as hit close fr^^&A.,,,
Number 33 was youngyoung in ipirit. development and chirirL^l
sense. I suppoae. he was an iconoclast; much later unf
found myself a victim of his idol-smashing tendencies
.should have been prepared for It. I conld somehow not
To go from the cublime to the pedestrian m Will ^
n art world, if Artur Rubinstein and Eugene List Wm
ss
wag:
The fracas currently raging in Israel over the (h ing on in the Near East for American
r.oppsed American School of Archaeology at Jewg (Q no,ice g^ Gurion's intemperate re-
Jsruialem should raise many questions in the marks ,his week.
Pounding at the door of an ind.fferent Secre-
tary of State Dulles: still licking their wounds
inflicted bv a Henry Byroade dismissed from
his post in Egypt after the Suez Canal and Rus-
sian penetration damaqe have been done: beg^
aing during the past five days for a pro-Israel
Orthodox leaders in Israel vigorously oppose s(and a{ ,he r>mocratic National Convention
he synagogue. It is their belief that the Reform f-njcaa0- aatherinq their forces to do a simi-
f mm his tongue-lashing, why should I have felt my cast tiTwl
rnf Nonetheless, when news of his tragic death can*
minds of deliberately-thinking individuals.
The fracas arises from the fact that the school
would also house a Reform synaaoaue. The
entire project is under the ausDices cf the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
c on.
gue.
:ovemen! could be nothina but deleterious to
the citizens of the Jewish State. In addition.
many -: these lecders have been launching
ton si attacks against Reform
Jewry general]
We do nc: croco^e here to enter into a
in Chicago; gathering
lar job at the Republican Convention in San
Francisco next week; fighting off the slanderous
attacks of the American Council for Judaism
whose spokesmen, like a fifth column, ap-
peared several days aqo before the Democratic
platform committee 'o speak aqainst Israel and
evasion of the virtues of env of the maior ,0 jmDUgn the loyalty of Americans workinq in
behalf of Israel-all these and many other
tasks mav contribute to American Jewry's over-
looking Prime Minister Ben Gurion's observa-
tion that ours is a "split personality" and that
we have no Jewish dignity.
After all. first things do come first. Ben Gurion
oratory is not always in this category.
branches of Judaism: such a discussion rightly
il lecders everywhereeach
im representative of his branch and each
r ; intricacies of
: sblemi involved.
But the id school is an Ame-
In order to assert their own
ies these Israeli leaders by opposing the
school, have not hesitated to becloud the ties
- ist no. between many American Jews and the
Stats with which they ardently identify.
Mcs- imp however, is the fact that the
:-?s the rich' of all Israelis to
beliefs in accordance
;e conscience. This is a strange
locratic nation end an awe-
some cr.e for most American Jews who look
rd Israel fcr spiritual sustenance even as
they wage a never-ending fiqht at home to
maintain separation of government from religi-
ons practice.
Jerusalem Mayor Gerohon Agron Wednes-
on on the recuest of the
- :haeolo'- whether under the auspices of the Semi- P
and rightwinq membc I l

come to
The o
for many c'
long troubling the young state.
Prime Minister Does it Again
A Welcome Publication
Recently published here is a booklet entitled
"The Jewish Community of Miami Beach."
The publication was prepared by the Ameri-
can Jewish History Center of the Jewish
Theoloaical Seminary of America and is writ-
ten by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Joseph Rap-
pa port.
We welcome this booklet as the first step in
a project that should ultimately increase in
nary, other organizations or individuals.
Greater Miami is a rapidly expanding area.
The contribution of the Jewish community to
this expansion, ai -s the contribution of
Jews here to the general American COl
and to Jewry abroad is beyond question mas-
A history of this activity is not oi me
necessary. The recent Seminary publica-
tion should serve as a suitable incentive to
others for even more ambitious works in the
Way back at the end of 1951, and again future.
:g early 1952. Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion rocked the American Jewish community
w:th some pretty hefty attacks against Jews
ing outside of Israel.
To begin with, it was the peppery little Prime
ster who unfortunately labeled Zionism
bankrupt'' and who charged American Jewry
with a kind of disinterest in Israel that cynically
put to question the most energetic work of Jews
hew in behalf of the then infant nation.
If Ben Gurion's criticism could be put into a
nutshell i, was precisely this: that Jews outside
c Israel simply were not Jews.
A multitude of words and then ZOA president
R-bb.Irv.ng Miller's salve of "spiritual idenufi.
M in rebuttal set to rights some of the
angry arguments shooting back and forth
aaoss the Atlantic Ocean. Prime Minister Ben
Gur.on and the issue, although never truly set-
tled in the mind of the Israeli leader, became
quiescent.
Well, he's done it again. The Prime Minister
1.000 youths from 24 Western countries qath-
ered to Jerusalem for various summer-in Israel
-scutes and ,o!d them that Jews in coun.ne
outside of Israel surfer from a "split persW
"Only in Wl. he declared, can there be a ^ XX^J" ""*
my memories of many pleasant hours spent with him jcTS
their unpleasant aftermath, I could do no less than rtar^
thetically to the loss suffered by the aggregate of musical
No one of us is perfect. Nor was William Kapeli But
irr.it good fortune that his imperfections lay principally u
perament rather than in his art. What we had talked aba*
what we mocked together (I here confess to my own
a minor key by comparison with the level of his
what we cnticired together were all therefore, in retrwp
aspects of the larger "art vs. society" problem
,
a PAiNtui nociss or if rvAii/ArroM
I REMEMBER principally William Kapells fundamental
his willingness to own up to his artistic faults m accorda*
his iconoclasm. for example, he laid at the feet ol the late r* I
Koussevitsky's misplaced enthusiasms his musically adoleati
lem as an interpreter of the second-rate Aram Khatchatunai I
at Dr Koussevitsky's insistence, he once confess.-) to me. thai
played the Khatchatur.an Concerto to the limit of human roan
thus, incidentally, emerging as an internationally renovseJI
But he was essentially sincere enough to remark that the!
turian Concerto repelled him in his later years
I say 'later" justifiably: for Kapeli died m the infancy i\
thirties But he was then in the painful process of re-evata
musical developmentof disavowing the irresponsibly exre_
manticism of a Khatchaturian and of taking on the Irrmtijan
lenge involved in interpreting Mozart and Beethoven Ttuji
ation was not alone aesthetic. It also concerned his feeling i
artist and society. While the public st large applauds with |
irrepressible sentiment of late nineteenth century Russian
its Juvenile counterpart in the twentiethI obviously do...
include Prokofieff. Stravinsky or some of Shostakovitch-t k]
prone to meet w ith equal ferver the deceptive delicacy of 11
Flying in the face of the fame he had achieved as an ia_,
cf the former, he was willing to stake his new won reputation
latter. This to me was then, and remains today, perhaps tkM
achievement of William Kapells entire musical career It mil
sonal kind of artistic victory that put to painful question thei
of public acclaim in artistic matters.

riff TO DlVtlOf Hit AUTHITIC ICO
OR in reality, no critic worth his salt will s;i> today that'
Kapeli ranked with the truly great pianists li Rl
Issue album after album of Memorials in his honor, it i* not i
Wm at the side of a Hofmann. Lhevinne or Kachmaaw
rplolt the romantic existence which Kapeli obviouslyMfl
N this 11 meant to denigrate Kapeli' un
ean< to set into proper perspective thjt chusjj
B that brings to lijcht one artut all
'her.
All o( which puts mdn mind of a young sc 'I'M
Havid who now in North Miami with hisFreiAj
and whoso art app tern from that rare marriage oft
' rising the best in Mattel i talent tee
Ad suffered in France and Italy. He lust
Sir lein. was sponsored by the late, greal hunwnsU
Allen and is m Miami today with a mass of magnificent sculpts*!
unquenchable impulse to continue creating as long **l
ire can move those physical needs expen J a'1 meVj
David Newman is as old today as was William Kapeli "BJ
when I first met him. It would be glib hypothec indsjj
Hsl i-Mie to observe that Newman is a finer artist w*l
man interpreted the works of a musician; the other moldslsj
intellectual-emotional destiny out of the still uncreated "
of a developing awareness.
But one man. at what turned out to be the height of hm
s engaged in the fundamentally Immature process of pr*^
himself the limit of achievementa problem he should hi*"
long before in the light of his acclaim. The other. David"
requires no such personal proof. Unhampered by the ^
technical search, he is free to express, his aesthetic ego Hu
lie*, elsewhere.

KHsniy a crrr vmttovi a
yyHAT is the responsibility of society to the Ttlstl AJI
People will be quick to reply tbst there is none Con'eSFJ
impulse has been such that it divorces Uaelf from the an'*j7J
comrn. rce e, to he at opposite poles. And if commerce rw
"me out to make observation on the matter, it generall) m-
' n a touch of slovenly superioritythat all artists and
Believe the world owes them a living." ,
If the truth would be known, at least in our time. ?*
wno has divorced himself from commerce. UnquestiowW-
no compensation lor what he has not earned.
This stalemate would certainly be a serious enough
"' "he relations men entertain with one another W,
* be an honest one if it ended there Unfortunate. %
tor commerce waxes fat on the works of artista-w* ,]
TUst it no longer available to share In the fortune i i
,u^'.. ,WP<'n con"""ce and art is not only adm***
tuently profitable ran hardly be denied by even the most
of th? h- driVf hrre ,s not P>M 'or r*a,er ??ieata
.*,!? d""nrn" w tor ^" to an outmoded **
JJrciJlTh ',ndic, aoci9ty- m wKam K,pe" once^p5r
Jorcing the artut to sell himself in the cheapest market p*>
Continued on Page I A



! 17, 1956
J^lKtHrr^yn
Page 5 A
New Education Director Announces
Registration at Temple Emanu-EI
ing staff, there will be no late i Ribner is 34 years old and mar-
classes on the regular schedule. J ried to the former Rosalind Rein-
All children will be dismissed atiharth. The couple have two chil-
5:30 p.m.," Ribner said. Idren.
V
MAIL KIBNIK
Rabbi Irving Lehfman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, an-
nounced Wednesday that under
the direction of Israel Ribner, new
education director, registration
for Temple religious school will
commence on Aug. 20 for the
nursery and kindergarten classes
and on Aug. 26 for daily and Sun-
day classes.
'Dead Sea Scrolls' Reviewed
Book review of "The Dead Sea
Scrolls," by E. Powell Davis, was
given by Mr. G. S. Weight, of the
Miami Public Library, last week
at a meeting of Club Everglades,
Workmen's Cirle Branch 1050. 1545
SW 3rd st., Miam. Mrs. Max Green-
berg presided.
Nursery School Registration
is for Enrollment in 3 Branches
n for the Greater
Community Center
jls is currently going
he entire month of Au-
ICC's three branches:
Bch. 450 SW 16th ave.,
Wednesday of each
Branch. 1536 Bay rd.,
Thursday; and Flagler
ish Center, 50 NW 51
uorning of each week,
be only two registra-
September, Tuesday.
Wednesday, Sept. 6,
Official opening which
londay. Sept. 10, accord-
Maurice Grossman,
jl supervisor,
hrec morning session
tools, one at each
lition, there are two
sery school sessions,
tTown Branch and the
j Beach Branch,
bn is limited to ten
each age-level group
[guidance of a profes-
iry school teacher. Ac-
fa child is based on the
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child's age and readiness for this
experience. Priority will be given
to the first ten whose registration
has been completed in each age
group.
The program consists of outdoor
and indoor activities, arts and
crafts, block building, house keep-
ing and water play, creative and
dramatic play, music, story telling,
rhymes, dance, picnics and trips.
Programs celebrating American
and Jewish holidays are emphas-
ized.
"Each child is placed in a group
of ten peers of his own age but is
'given the opportunity for individ-
, ual growth at his own rate of abili-
| ty to grow physically, mentally, so-
cially and emotionally," Mrs. Gross-
man explained.
Ribner comes to Miami from
Congregation Emanu El, Mount
Vernon, N.Y., where he served as
director of education for ten years.
Prior to that time, he was assistant
director of the* Bureau of Jewish
Education in Akron, O. Ribner re-
ceived his Masters degree from
New York University and com-
pleted his residency toward a Doc-
tor of Philosophy degree there.
A graduate of the Teachers' In-
stitute of Yeshiva University, Rib-
ner has earned the Certificate of
Permanent Teacher and has a prin-
cipals license issued by the Board
of License of Jewish Education
Committee of New York. He is a
past president of the Metropoli-
tan Principals' Council of the
United Synagogue of America and
since 1952 has served on the exec-
utive committee of the Educators'
Assembly of the United Synagogue.
"All children enrolled in Temple
Emanu-EI's daily religious school
will receive six hours weekly of
intensive study, and by the addi-
tion of extra members to the teach-
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just 17, 1956
+Jewlstirk>rldlk*n
Page 7 A
resfaient Counselor Due Here
tond High Holy Day Appeal Meet
hamburger, prominent
Icounselor, will appear
in'.; hotel on Sunday,
[behalf of the State of
}lopment Bond Issue,
has been appointed
tl High Holy Day chair-
Israel Bond Organiza-
to make possible Ham-
kpearance, the report
Ihe Greater Miami com-
Jinally scheduled for
been shifted to Aug.
(man Jacob Sher an-
I'azier, city manager of
rael Bond office, will
lis just-concluded visit
(lazier is due to return
(the committee steps up
Uvity for the fall.
|ing also will get a pre-
new Szyk Haggadah,
[be presented to those
congregations making outstanding
efforts for the sale of Israel Bonds
during the High Holy Days.
Seymour B. Liebman, lay chair-
man of the High Holy Day commit-
tee here, said most Greater Miami
synagogues and temples already
have set the dates for their appeals.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg is rab-
binic chairman.
Born in Baltimore, Hamburger
received his education there. A
graduate of Johns Hopkins Univer-
sity and the Harvard School of
Business, he began Zionist activi-
ties in college. He has visited Israel
several times, and has also traveled
extensively throughout the world.
ADOLF HAMBUKGtK
Commercial Division of Development
Fund in Plans to Step Up Campaign

Kit of Bernard Simon,
York editor and
national director of A.
Headed by co chairmen Carl
Susskind and Leo Chaikin, 36 work-
ers of the commercial division of
the Mount Sinai Hospital develop-
ment fund have completed plans
for their part of the fund's cam-
paign to finance construction of a
new hospital, it was announced
Wednesday by Dan B. Ruskin, fund
chairman.
The commercial division, Ruskin
pointed out, "will be a potent force
in mobilizing the businessmen of
, the community in support of the
campaign for a Greater Mount
! Sinai hospital. By lending a hand
to the development fund campaign,
these business leaders are acting
in the finest tradition of communi-
ty responsibility."
Members of the commercial com-
mittee, in addition to co-chairmen
Susskind and Chaikin, are:
Joseph L. Ark in, Zachary F.
Bailey, George J. Bertman, David
Blumberg, Joseph Cohen, Edwin H.
Cole, Harry Diamond, Edward Dok-
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Feiner, Stanley H. Gettis, Jules
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Downgrading of Byroade Weakens Anti-Zionist ft
1311 AltY M1NRUN
C*rmon by ludwig Lewihn. 167 pp
ion Society of America. S2.75.
e last literary wee* Wek Dr Lad
. bis death a feu oBth. ago waa
. ,. .. I. .. .M mi thirteen short !"!
hi n
M *4ffD M M Mhl -*25* TKf ^ ,klico
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tori( appeared m German)
German publishers to I *';*
the print and lellim
jewiah publishing enterpris.
enry output of the beleaguered Jews I rd who I
., poet, critic and practicing lawyer, d I l,n"
i, | | ;,. ,i b] wa) "i the East ti \'
It was perhaps as Mr I ewisohn
brooding, poetic temper, his Jewiah attachment to I
earth, thai caused him to linger where he had many m.
,n the urbanized Jews." For the*
century village communities, rather than ol the urban assim.lal
,nd famous leholars And while the Polish Lithu
-htelelach arc well known to d even th
ui Jews, th.- i- perhaps the first wa haw """'
I. or kehillah.
"" -No one remembered and few knew thai in Germi ny.
liadbeen and had survived i shtetJ and an integrated holy community,
m Germany, loo, until as il were Ihe other day, (here m
strange J< wish i imn unil <" '" phOT rommu-
munitj which. ies, it- misers, its
n that it
live by C Law and fi
breach ol that Law
ttery Ticket
terpn I
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to-be and her whole mishpo. r "Thi Fish,"
expensive trout ite? by a stingy couple;
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ers about
I distai
r Lew isohn saj They are mi
.'. ol the i ct that ti iur spiritual, and
ad i i niy
RAVMR SCHWARTZ
v ahington
THE awa "x v
he ant. Oofirat
UKil i"f Judaism
nK th* little prestige It once
u ,hin I
.. d bj i
mm '" "'' direction of
m is little inclim
[or EC bum

,1-lon (.It teu
.nr has. however not been
. | .. realistic raeocni
; Unilj
: > policy m the Near East
i be indicated by the sale of
to Israel I i the now
n munition" to Egypt
bbi Irving
inguished
I the < '
w.,- noted in government eircles
Reichert asked the ACJ
-either lo rail halt to it- ol.
-Til. ; ,n('
welfare and legitimate asplra-
tions oi [artel and it- people .
or to dissolve "
\.....t extremism i- now such
S diplomat who served
,, hi has incurred of-
ficial displeasure He is Ambafr
Mdor u kCJ'i beat
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II.- also said Allen ha*
noti L'nited
rrnrr.ent which might prejudice
Egyptian nationality and prestige.
lire you that this note will
have no effect because we shall
.. to remo\ c its effect ... He
Mid that n> practical outcome
would emanate from this mesaage
and guaranteed this ."
Diplomatic sources report that
the "American official" was none
other than Ambassador Byroade.
I- this a true account of the be
hsvior of Byroade? The records
v|.w peculiar actions by Byroade
when he was Assistant Secretary
. t State lor Near Eastern Affairs.
He was then supposedly imple-
menting Secntary Dulles' "im-
partiality" policy toward Arabs
and Israelis alike.
In 1954 Byroade took Israel to
task in an address before an ACJ
convention in Philadelphia. Using
ihe anti Zionist forum provided
bj the ACJ, Byroade suggested
that Israel close the doors of the
Jewish national home to satisfy
the Arab League. He hinted at an
analogy belwaen Israel's treat-
ment of the Arabs and the Nazi
ssjan of Jews
Byroade apparently sees him
sell a- a sort of international
psychiatrist. He prescribed what
SAM L CARSON
Israel should
"fears- which
League and
which
based
do ti,
bessi
fptnoyn
does not
upon reality,
in the MitlfHe fL*
milting that Arab
did not vPrm "ba^':
ty." Byroade neve
ently felt that u*7
move these ha|iu,-i
Arab imagination by l
steps recommended a]
Arab minds The baa
istry of the State Dea
not indicite that
any degrees |B p^
In Byroades iralv^T
too "emot'unally nai
true that soom menfaJ
faith questioned the |
Byroade \ judgment
would seem, put thraj
"excitable" category.
The Byroade ACJ
visualized at a kcmj
which was held in Wt
Hec. 3. 1953. behind'
doors of the South I
Carlton hotel A vuua
ence was held in Sa|
about a month earlier i
roade met with in ACJJ
that city
A Writer's Study of City cf Lcs
ytfHAT
One Hundredth Anniversary of Birth of Louis Marshall
r-HE hundreth anniversary ol the birth of
Louis Marshall is bi rked now Not many
iwyers have their centennials observed unless
j turned into office holder- and stab
1 oiii- Mar-hall wa- a | itional law
v ho minht have been an ornament to the Supreme
' ourt, but : hi Id any publ
Justice Cardoso i Jew who was named to the
eme Ci Urt, once v .-hall that be had
II into a kind ol public instil i
Sometimes Mar-hall was dubbed "ihe Jewish
Pope." Israel Zangwill described Ami lews
is living under Mar-hall law
The worst thins I ever heard -aid ol Mar-hall
was that m private conversation he sometimes
ire like a trooper Perhaps that too a .- i good
point, emanating from that "moral indignation
often associated with the Hebrew prophets
v" d swearer like Mar-hall I
wonder how Marshall would have reacted to th
<* hen the oil oi Saudi Arabia re* hes int.. the St
Department to belie the idealistic traditions ol u
earlier Amen. I
Mai hall wat not afraid to stand up to the high-
W'hei R issia refused to hoi,or the passports
,; ^mericai Jewish citizens who desired to travel
in tins-ia (a lar leaser offense than Saudi Arabia's
refusal to have M] \,, ,-.,, .,,.,.,, Ml|(lll.r. Vi,lt
Marshall demanded that President Taft abro-
gate the treatj with Russia Taft refused but un-
'hl ;,:"1'' hip ol M.-r-hail and Jacob Schiff a
' waa waged and i ongreu revoked the treatv
Mar-hall and Schiff were in the forefront Of the
gh againal restrictions on Jewish immigraUon
J*w adtnJttad that the law weredtractad
the Lot Angeles Jew
like II'- has come to this
. x !: the w eat, this loud.
ash town between
the desert, in great
I new Aliyah. an
"in-migration" to a \at. n
th iroughlj \mcrican Promised
Land. V ho i be, where Ws he
what i- he likely lo
In i the Jew in Los
not a stranger. As
ut 30 immi-
iiice
n 'rega-
in 1869. within
th of H ice,
DaUj News ran
no!.raiding some of
local citizenry (or showing
ns of ant Semltlam "It is not
in a spirit of praise or pva.'gera-
" wrote (he earl) editorialist.
immend our eittacni "f
I aelitish extraction We com-
mend them for their general
In mess and personal probity ..
their studied isolation from the
prevalent vices of gambling.
lechery and inebriation, for their
individual and class benevolence
and for their courteous demean-
or "
Thus w, see that when movie
mogul- came tu l^is Angeles and
made Hollywood what it is today
tin> were the nouveau riche.
th v were the procma
town's latter day
at the i>e theyl
to r>i. v.-
more influential Tatl
lory in I i)
praise* orthy and
such '
Th'- r- a 11 tysj
(rasjB
', mots!
Judaii i
may
r. port thi
Kred
the:
r daU bi
the basal
intere theleal
The .1. in LA.-01
the Mass ,nk report-asl
newcon i M the tiwf
.ilmosll
. of the i ity's Jeai salt
their fcr
\ ears \l it nf In
had been part of
migration that kail
right after World'
1945 and 1948
grants were young I
able percentage of theall
at the time they irn*s|
were very large
New York and Chcag|
phia and Boston abe<
sizeable shares.
HKRRKRT G. MI FT
He makes Another Courageous
MtORMS SMOLAR
One Facet of Soviet Discrimination Against Jews Ignored
..........*. .-....^
But no Jewish organ- affect
to pay attention to an even more
of
by
Jewish groups in .he United States are com
plaining against the suppression of Jewi
culture in the Soviet Union
i/alion seems to pay alien
basic discrimination againal Jew- .til] prevalent i,
W Soviet t nion. Thia discrimination consists
Seating in all identity document- carried
rj Jew m the t ssi! thai the holder ii a Jew
The practice, which was abandoned after the fall
S in" an iT' T^ *? ^'^ ^^
- talm and has not been abolished since i, ha- the
enuty documents of Jews in Hitler German, and
in Naa-occupicd countries. Unlike the suppress)n
of Jewish culture, which affects only the Yiddi h
readme Jew. .. Soviet Union the
stamping passports and other identilv
every Jew
P'.Kl......f
docunient.
l^^'ntheie^plVyTerihev^J^10
l"'"""""- Jtwa, Mb th.2 V"
"-"> 'heonlvcou,,' l,1S"U,',1 '"'"n^Prae-
"v^hciiizenbash ,e ,' '" ;";'' he. every
Wa documenis "' ",,n,"> -'-mped on
DRODUCER Julian Blaustein.
who six years ago made
movie history with "Broken Ar-
row the first film to deal hon-
estly with the past of the Ameri-
can Indian, now comes forthwith
another courageous motion pic-
ture. Storm Center," thereby un-
leashing i stir of indignation in
censorship minded circles. The
still unreleased movie which was
previewed in Hollywood late in
July has been given a "special"
classification by the Catholic
" of Decency.
The story of 'Storm Center"
hows us how easily freedom cf
expression can be endangered
once one boo* i< banished from
Ihe library shelf. Just as the un-
challenged killing of one or a few
Innocanl Jews in Nazi Germany
led to the ultimate extermination
of European Jewry, the destruc-
tion of lner.ry works inevitably
wll end in loss of civil liber-
Blaustein. a Ham* believes in the po"j
ed word An
Communist, he M
modern world WW1
phies should be statq
fought with idea*,
burning the paP^
bad ideas are pnntc*.
Screen writers D
and Elick Mo"
theme to "So*
sold their timely;
Kramer, then
Columbia At on*
ford was interested Jj
lead, but **
afraid such a p-J^
ml,pnder-I.Kl bw1
,et to direct, but a1
The Lihrsrisr. *
origmall> t'"^"
iaed. It was *<
Blaustein read u
-Deree set *,
with his wnt*
"Storm i-entei


tqust 17, 1956
JrW
Page 11 A
Pro-Israel
Seems Sure
io Confab
ted from Paga 1 A
lf\ democratic institu-
fnstcr and support an
humanitarian program
KtlefMflt of the Arab
IV sluill work both in
[the IN to promote ne-
elween Israel and the
\o brins about an Arab-
set tlome^nt based on
pment.
[not condone any prac-
|jy government which
against the rights of
tizons on the ground of
Igion, and we witl op-
|reement which in any
l>ns or permits such
[id to Egypt
fithdrawn
ed from Psqe 1 A
ig the fiscal year 1958.
le time, he made it
current aid commit-
Egypt are "still in the
tontinuing to move."
commitments amount
00. Earlier, Secretary
Win Foster Dulles said
[London conference on
tana I failed, "economic
(might be brought to
,pt. but he did not ex-
jwhom this pressure
kreised.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIEPEPV fHVEN
the undersigned, rti kIi Ini! I i i n ige In
iiuxiiiwxH'uii'i. the rictitloui 11..1.....r
IIKTTER l:lSI\l>.> I'llnMiiTKiX.
: N W. (Hi Stiver. Inten
register Mid i....... nii the Clerk of
Ire i1 Court 'if l >) County,
Florida.
ll v I:' H. I > MARTIN
RICHARD B. OERSTEIN
Attornai for ii rold Martin
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, 1- id ring to eng
l.iislness under the flctltloui
K FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
,i *M N. IV. Sth Street, Intend* to
register Mild name with the clerk of
the riicult Court of li.ni.- County,
H-uida.
Wll MAM T. KOCH, Sole Ownei
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
f-eyboK BkiK.
i-si !>/:___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKIIKHV LIVEN that
I (he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
paleilii hotel cioar stand.
lit Raleigh Hotel. 1777 Collins A
Mi.nni Reach. Florida, Intend to regln-
ter wild haute with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
RUDOLPH 8CHER,
Partner, 85* rntereHt
RALLY BCHER.
Partner, 7"'. Intere.it
Rl 'i:i'l: r A. KANTBR
Attorney for Piidul|ih Seller and
Salty Bcher
S/17-M-31 fl/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 192959
ARMNK CAROL FRIEDBERG.
PUntlff,
vs.
NEON ERIEDRERG. Defendant.
TO LEON F1UEDHERO
2839 w. ISR4 St.. Brooklyn, N' Y
Y'>u are hereby required to serve '
copy ">f VOtir answer to the Hill "f
<'.inplaint for Divorce on the ptantlffa
attorney, nnd to file the original an-
m Hi.- office of the Clerk of Ole
I circuit Court on or before the 17th da}
of September, a.i> itM otherwise, the
i Hill of Complain) for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein. ui be tana ;i
i onfeed by you.
Dated at -Miami. Florida, this the
10th day ..f August. lr,r..
i: B LEATHERS! AN.
Clerk nf the Circuit Court.
I i.nie i 'ounty, Fim Ida
(Circuit Court Heal)
lu M C. QREEN, Deputy Clerk
.V17-14-31 8/7
>AL NOTICE
INDER FICTITIOUS
|AME LAW
HBRKBY GIVEN thai
kl, ii. "I, ing ti, engage In
T the fli tltloua name of
: \-i HOTEL APTS .
fcltv. Florida, intends t..
Ipiine with the Clerk of
i.ll t of I Mile i "i.unty,
bXA. INC Boh) Own. I'-
ll:
Applicant
Bid*.
%
IBIE QUARTERLY
on
IRED SAVINGS
Jally chartered
institutions
(count insured to
iy u.s. government
AGENCY
SAVINGS SERVICE
ISLEY BUILDING
|er at First Ave.
FLA., PHONE 9-7976
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CJIVEN that
the uinlerilKn.il deal ling to engage In
business undei the flctltloua name of
K SKI. I'llll.irs. at 777 N W. 7*nd
Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk i.f the
circuit court of Dad.- County, Florida
PHILIP K MADAN, s,,le owner
FRIEDMAN A, RHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
505 Beybold lU.lg.
S 10-17-24-31___________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS *
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
CORAL LAF.l.EN BHOE STORE, t
23W-2N Ponce de Leon Blvd .
OabhM, Intends to reglsi.i s.iid name
with the ci.ik of the circuit Court
of I Hide C.iunU Florida.
SAM I Si III :i N.MAN
BRiaEL ti:iti:i..ma.n
Attorney f..r Appliranl
hi Rlacayne Iiuiuiiug
1/10-17-M-il
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
oliclta your legal notic**.
W apprciat your
patronage and guarant**
accurate service at legal
BBSS
Phone FR 4-4366
for messenger service
TOGUST BROS Rv,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 192355
11 \NIKL SII.K and
iii: ii silk. Plalntlffa
Wll.l.l \\l i RICHARDSON and
HARAH A RICHARDSON,
I i-ii ini.mta
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
p i
Wll.LI \m .1 Rl HARDrk >N an I
8 A RAH \ RICHARDSON, his wife,
I.-nee unknown; and each and
any of the above named defendant*,
if living, and If dead, the unknown
hi i j. devlaeea, granteea, aaalgi
llenoi i, i redltoi -. 11 ual ..t hei
partlee or clalmanta claiming by,
through, or under or ugafhnt the
above named defendant!*, nnd all
partlea having or claiming to nav
any right, title-, oi Int.-. -I In the
following dest rll.i d property, situate
lying and being In I>al Coonty,
Florida, to it:
"/Ml of !,.t % exieid the Northwest-
erly 5 feet the: oof. said .', fool
h.ing more particularly riVwrlbed ait
that area .lying between the common
boundary line of i.tH ami I and
line that is parallel to and ", feet
Southeasterly of, measured at rlsht
aniil.s, to sild boundary lino, Block
mi, CENTRAL Miami part ac-
cording to the Plat thereof as re-
corded In Plat Hook 17 at page S of
the Public Reeinds of Dade County,
I'loilda; together with the Improve-
nunta situate thereon and the fur-
niture, furnishings, and flxturea con-
tained therein."
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tli.it a suit has been brought BCatnat
you in the Circuit Court for imde
County, Florida, In Chancery, by
DANIEL SILK and F.STELLE II
SILK, plaintiffs, for the purpose of
1 oi. .losing Mortgage on the above
described property, and you are here-
in required to nerve upon plaintiff's
attorney. A. C. I.oWERY. IM N \\
81st Terrnce, Miami 47. Florida, a
Copy of vour aimwer or other defense*
ami to file with the Clerk of s-ild Court
your written anawer or defenses on
or before the Slat rtav of August, ls'.R.
if you have anv. HEREIN EVIL NOT
OR .tflicMENT will, BE ENTER-
Ei> ahainst TOC Dated al Miami,
Dade County, Florida, thin 24th day
of July, 19r..
I B. LEATHEP.MAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Ii\ : \VM. \V. BTOCKINO.
fSRAl.> Deputy Ctorh
7 L'7 S/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IH HBRBHY OIVBN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
ss under the f let It lo la na
ROBEM i MHRU CENTER, al 1943
i:.i11 I'oui ih Aven !-. ii ilean, Fli
la to reglatar -..id name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Illil.KN MARIE Rl ISE,
DAVID M. OONKHAK
A' iop nej foi A ppllca nt
17 M-l
LEGAL NOTICE
^,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the lilidi gin i. di hiring to engage in
eaa i.nder the fleiltlous name ol
FRAME TECHNICAL INSTITUTE,
at Mi
with the Clerk of thl
c ill Court of Dailc County, Eh-rlda.
I- l:\MK, INC iA Iii. Corp.)
HARRY ll TEITELMAN
fwj for Au|Iii ant
5" I Pi i ay no riMg.
17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
busim the fictitious n i mi ol
OREAT SOUTHERN SALES at 143
Drexel Ave Miami Beach, Fla., In-
i.iiiis to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROY NEEDKLMAN, Hole Owner
7/27 b/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 192417
INEZ D CARDINEAU, Plaintiff.
VH
AUGUST HERMAN CARDINEAU,
Defendant
TO: AUGUST HERMAN
CARDINEAU
1*1-11 Proepecl st.
Flushing. I. I New York
You are required to nerve a copy
of vour answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on- the plaintiff's
ne) .uid to file the original an-
swer in the Office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 27th
Say August, A D. ItH: otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for 1m
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed hv vou.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
15th day of lulv. pre.
i: r. LEATHBRMAN,
Cleric of the Circuit Court,
Dude Countv. Florida
B] JOAN CorRNoYER
fClrcnlt Court S.-al) Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FTHBDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
|0n Beybold Building. Miami. Florida
7/27 S/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N A M r I A W
NOTICE 13 HEREBY OIVEN thst
the unde- siened. deslrln" to enTaee In
husl"es, under the rtetRlotlP name of
CAHtt.t.VC (I'VM.ITY CTJ1ANBR8,
I l&tf N W, 3rd Ave |ni<-ml to reg-
lter said name "Ith tKe Clerk of the
Circuit Cr...rt of rv.H,. County. Florida.
ii \ i.ov s'l'i'ivi;
pivs'ik BPRINO, Sole Owners
sn-lfi-17-24_________________^^^
NOTICE tlND^R FICTITIOUS
NAMF I AW
\i iTif P! IS HVRFRY niV'EN thnf
the undersigned, dealrtn* to en"are In
honlness .oiler th" flctltloua name of
'! S> 7. nt '" N R 79 Sfeet.
Mliml, KlorMn. Intends to register
MM mim rlfh the Clerk o' Cir-
cuit Court o' T>4 Countv. flnrlda.
SI.E'M- -M \ RT, INC
P. l>h|ll.> Wlal IV.-i Let
*ite- Phi'lii Reel s. 'larv
Ttl.MVOPP /- TA'AT T gfR
iio-nee for Sleep Mart, Inc.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desltlng to engage in
hitsincKM under the fictitious na'
E LA M I N 11 i i W RST A V EN I E
APARTMENTS at 1441 West Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to regls-
M name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, i'loilda
S A M BE MON
NORA SEMON, Owners
SHAPIRO A PRIED
Attorneys for Sam Semon
and Nora Semon
7 17 8/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
t he undei I, dead ing to i
rid.i the fictitious nan
BAH-Y \N LAP. al 1(8 I Cora!
Miami. Fla.. Inti ndti lo regl i
with the e'erk of th.- Circuit
of I lade i 'oiin: ., Florida.
PHILIP A LANGUPORD,
Sole i IV.
KESSLErt .'. i;.\l'S
At torn. I ludii ant
St.
84-31 "
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he urn I, deali Ing to engage in
r i t lou n me of
M vV TAVERN, al IMW N. VY. 7th
Av. ini-. Ml I Intends tor
with the Clerk of the
en.mi Court
M Nl-V CANN, S'file Owner
KESSI.EP. A 0 VPS
AMorneys for \pidnan4 HHJ
I'lurl.r St.
7___________|___________
~NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY fli'
i, i Igned, de: Irlng to ens
lumlness nnd.r the fictitious name of
DANNY'S INKi;P.N'i. al 721 N E 1st
Avenue, Miami, Florida.
DANIEL PANITZ, Sole Owner
ki:sslep. K HAPS
Attorney* for Applicant
):-: \V Klagler St.
> 17-24-31_J/7_ _____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Ls HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
ihEan SPRAY HOTEL., at 4130 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Reach, Florida,
register said name with the
Clerk f the <'ir.uit Court of Dade
" lunty, Fi%ida
SUNSET HOTEL r
A Florida c,
JOSEPH PARDO
Attoi ne) foi Applicant
421 Plaza Lldi^.
| 10-17-24-tl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY LIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagl in
business under the fictitious name of
ETTORE'S BAR, at t7M N. W. :>4th
Street, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. piorida.
MRS EDNA B. OAKLEY,
Sole I >w 1|,-|
BARNETT PBLTZ
1739 S. W. Xth Street
Attoi n.\ for AppUl ant
8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE CORRAL, at 100 South Bute
Road No. 7. Hollywood. Florida
to regmter the said name srlth
the I'l.i k of the ircull I !oui I ol D 6V
County, Florida.
Dated al Miami Beach, Florida, this
30th (lay of July,
ll Wtt i|.l> J. GREEN
MICHAEL I.ENDI.NO
TURK K- NEWMAN
A ttornej foi Applicants
8/3-10-17-24
i .PP. iRATIo.N,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 192525
KATHLEEN HAISER. Plaintiff.
vs.
PHILIP W IIAI'SEP. Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
TOW. PHILIP W HAI'SER, Resi-
Unknown, are hei ebj
\,- copy of vour answer, to S
Bui of Complain! for dlvon p on
Plaintiff's attorm-v Claud.- M Lain.-.
n3 E Plagler 81 Miami, Pla., and
file the original with the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 4th day
if < 3, oi :t default
gill be ill. red against vou
i ted 'ii Wtn day of duly. A.D.
E P.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: wm W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
I/B-10-17-I4
i In. i,l,i
The Board of Directors of
' Florid* Diversified
investments Corporation
One lands ,,4 wSdlag Miami ch 39, MeriSa
announces the tacfcion of the
Quarterly Dividend of Z1 ,<; pa?.
able in KOpk of the company
which \va* to have been paid on
Sept SO, 1956 to MiickliolJn- of
record at the doM of business on
September 21, 19J6. which was
originally declared on August 3,
1956.
Julius Jay Pfri mctteb.
Pre.tidcMt
\n if in compliance ifrith the requetl of the Florida
fOrporaltom
Securities Commission
NOTICE IINHSR F'TTITIOUS
NAMC I W
Vi .TTCS: TS TIpnPR
the undernle^ed des'^ln
l,...i., i n,.. 'i .oi.,os nnm of
ci'Tt.i-n |mim- li.ii'oPS. p' ?imi
t; (-..leml Hlvhwav, f'rln. V^rMa.
Intends *o reelv*"r .-.Id nn">e wit" Ibe
ci. ri. of Circuit Court of Dadfl
Conn'" I'""'1''1
nni"'\'i'P SCHWARTZ. Owner
S/S-1fl-17-?4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is herebt liven* that
the iinderrlstned, riesirinir to enn
businei i'ENTPAL TIRE AM' IIATTRRY
Co, al PISO0 N. \V. 7th Avenue. Mia-
iu4, Florida, Intend* to reelstet
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade Countv, Florida.
REAL OIL, INC. (A Ha. Corp )
S/J-10-17-24____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned. deslriiiK to cna-age In
buaineas under the fictitious name ol
TUCKMAN :.. 10 UP 8TORB. at
- Curtiaa Psrkwny, Viral nle
Cardens. Horlda. Intends to refflstei
said name with the Cl.rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of l>nde County. Florida
EDWARD TUCKMAN, Owner
MARX M PABER
Attorney for Ant>llcant
Kll Conjtreaii Bldg.
8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY LIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engac in
business under the fictitious nan
KALA HE MIAMI; K A LA -TEENS:
K \I.A JUNIORS at 247 N. W. 2.'th
Street, Miami. Florida. Intends lo res-
later said names itli the clerk of the
ii court of nude County, Florida.
K m.a OF MIAMI. INC Florida
'.a poi aUon, Bole I Nsner
v OIVEN tht THEODORE R NELSON
to enaee In Attorney for Applicant
in. Lincoln Roail llulldlng
7 17 K'.1-10-17
NOTICE liwnen FICTITIOUS
NA mc I aw
Vii-picc is: iit'i" i-v fHVEN
m^ o.iderslened dele!n" to en^aee In
hll.lnOM nt*er > n *
piv iMfi'irW TtfIN'FSS OP-
pnOT'l' vi'i'MN. n"? v-"ii,.i ?nd
venue M '' Intend to rea-
.1, |Ka Ci. I* if
Pirelli* i',...,-. t.r n'""e fniinn* I-*1
., o \- ii -|N- ,.-.. i.
I \\< .,- p prcKETT,
int"est.
i. > umnn1 pe* *r7
17^a 9o"lt-"eu ?ti at Miami, Fln'dds
ppMennta
0-17-24
NOTICE i'*" F"*TITI0US
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
the fictitious narm of
PHII.MAR HARDWARE A HOME
S1PP1.IES. ai W. 27th Ave-
r k oi.mi to resrlater said name wnh
the ci. rk of th. Court of Dade
nt>, Florida
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MEYER HARARI
SIDNEY ON
Attorney for Applicants
14 Shoi-eland Lldg.
10-17-J4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 38454-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
DORA M KAI.VELAC.E, Ii.-ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
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ceased late of Dade c.,unt\. Florida.
to the Hole raid.- County Judgl
Dade County, and fil- the Ban
offices in the County Courthouse
,:, Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant ai wora
to and presented as afores iUI ni
win he barred Bee Section 7S3.M of
the IM6 Probate Act
Data .lulv L't. a n It
BARNETT PBLTZ.
As Executor of the I.ast Will and
Testament of
UtiRA M KALVELAOE,
I leceased.
BARNETT Pi:i.TZ
Attorney for Executor
17 ".'i S \\ Ith St.. Miami, Florida
7 27 1/1-10-17______________________
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The Michael Miller*, 1601 Bay rd., have just re-
turned from Gotham Town, where on July 4, at
party was arranged at Tavern on ttie oreen in
Central Park by Mr. and Mrs. Allan Black, of
Stanhope, N.J. .
Purpose of the party was to celebrate the engage-
ment of the Black*' daughter, Joan, to Stuart
bride-elect is a graduate of Newton High School and
(School of Fine and Industrial Arts, where she specialized
its. Joan's now with a top insurance company. And Stuart
first student to start and graduate from South Beach Ele-
eceived his BS degree in Business Administration from
ersity of Florida. Incidentally, Stwarfs also served in the
and is presently a bank examiner with the FDIC. .
jdition to the betrothal party at Tavern Green, the Allan
Iter entertained for both families at their Stanhope home.
Birds Eye Products distributors. .
and Stuart plan to be married in Miami Beach next
a two-week vacation here, Rabbi and Mr*. Henry O.
and 15 month-old son Joel are back home in New London,
the former Dr. Estall* Siker, and they were visiting
its, Dr. and Mr*. Samuel S. Sikar, 1634 Biarritz dr. .
lostfl have also been receiving frequent letters from their
Ephraim S. Sikar, who is in England on an exchange pro-
in anaesthesiology. .
Pone-year exchange has given him, wife Eileen and their
Kathy and Jeff, a splendid opportunity of touring the
rian countries. But it hasn't been all play on their brief
am England, because Scandinavia meant much lecturing
Dr. Ephraim. .
poung Sikers will return to the United States Oct. 18 aboard
Elizabeth and reopen their Pittsburgh home.
|ds are receiving gleeful reports from Beach attorney
i, wife Joan and daughter Marilinda. .
a staying at the Beverly-Hilton in California for a
Vacation. Saturday, the Cohans plan to take a side trip
egas. .
pn for the occasion? Why, to attend the fifth wedding
ry celebration of Polly and Baron da Hirsch Meyer.
and Mrs. Morris Berick, of 4501 Royal Palm ave., are
kre nuptial luncheon Friday at the Algiers hotel in honor
ptrcia Ann Rokaw. .
tide-elect is the daughter of the Martin Rokaw*, 4540
dr., and she'll be married Sunday to Robert Liebeskind.
Bts are the Louis Liebeskinds. Mobile. Ala. .
Sg the many guests expected at the Algiers for the happy
pre Mrs. Sarah Cohen, Gary Liebeskind and Miss Maxine
dgrandmother, brother and sister of the groom-to-be. .
rs are Col. Henry Kaplan and Mrs. Rose Nierenberg, New
the Louis Maisels, Mobile; the Seymour Hendwergers,
the Henry Rochnens and Mrs. Harry Cohen, New York
and Mrs. Abbott Blank, ML Vernon. NY.'; Mrs. Fred
lliami; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M Lipton and Mr. and Mrs.
Parrs, Miami Beach.
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pty lifth wedding anniversary was marked Thursday. Aug.
r. and Mrs. Eugene Kratish, 2931 Prairie ave. They have
dents for the past 14 years and are formerly of Chicago. .
[Kratish celebration was marked by a dinner party for
|yall hosted by son Jack and his wife. Elise, and the
r.'s daughter Carol. .
Tire and Shipping in Miami is Eugene's main source of
(along with Jack who, incidentally, has been attending
iom at the University of Miami with Elise. .
is a Miami Beach High student.
its Here and There. Well known Miami artist Ethel
i creator of. the paintings now on exhibit at the Normandy
if Washington Federal. Ethel'* a semi-abstractionist
tously exhibited at the Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery
]IM. Also from Washington Federal: Assistant vice
Nathan C. Bobroff and Mrs. B., 5801 Riviera dr.. Coral
Ire proud parents of new arrival D'an Marve. Mr. and
kn Rose are now making their permanent home in Silver
Did She's the former Ann Clein, daughter of the A. B.
SO N\V 44th ave. Wtih them, of course, in their new
I are twin sons Ronny and Barry, whose father was recently
bd from service at Ft. Eustace, Va. Paternal grandpar-
(the Irving Roses, 2 S. Shore dr. .The Albert Seidens,
Ifco Alto Island, quietly celebrated "their 28th wedding
r>ry July 31. The Seidens are planning a trip to Nash-
in shortly to visit their children. ./
[Edwin Weintraub has left for Japan following his visit
pn had arrived in Miami Beach from Camp LeJeune in
prolina and stayed briefly with his parents, the Samuel
PJs, 4228 Alton rd. .
lentally. Sam's also a Marine, of sortshe's Cept. Samuel
pb, U.S. Merchant Marine (Ret.).
trd from Abroad: Judy Myers writes about Paris that
Bf enchantment hangs over it. and each visitor quickly
fcder its charm". Berte and Jack Topped, back in town,
fnds they had a wonderful time in Nassau. Bahamas, and
|e "typical tourists". Stamp-cancellation "Jerusalem''
by Sid Glazier, who beat his correspondence back to
) tell everybody "Israel is truly a land of miracles". .
I unfortunate robbery of her Palm Island house is sending
pirsch Pick off to Paris at the end of August for a new
il's family gave her a bon voyage party at the Eden Roc
night.
kugeno *. Rosenthal has passed his Florida dental boards.
[be associated with his dad. Dr. Albert E. RosenthaL in the
dentistry in their Venetian Causeway offices.
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Miami. Florida. Friday, August 17," 1956"
"Section B
AND THEY SAILED THE OCEAN BLUE ^SStSffL
The second in a series of mem-
bership affairs planned by the
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will be a "member-
bring-a-member" swim party and
barbecue at the home of Mrs. Im-
rich Eichenbaum, 9050 SW 62nd
ct, Wednesday evening. Aug. 22.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Irving Rie-
mer, membership vice president,
and Mrs. David Dubov, co-chair-
man.
Frederic R. Mann, cify representative and director of com-
merce of Philadelphia and chairman of board of American
Fund for Israel Institutions, sails for Europe with his wife and
daughters, Gail (left) and Gay (right), aboard S.S. Independ-
ence. While abroad, the Manns will visit Israel lo survey
progress of Fredric R. Mann auditorium of Tel Aviv Cultural
Centernew home of Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
B'nai B'rith Ladies
In Active Affairs
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women held a games
party at the Empress hotel Wed-
nesday evening.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Harold Siegal and Mrs. Alvin
Baumoehl.
North Dade chapter will hold its
monthly membership social at the
home of Mrs. Harry Friedman. 1455
NE 141st st., on Aug. 21. Mrs. Don-
ald Reiff is membership chairman.
North Dade chapter also plans a
- card party at Arthur Maisel's res-
taurant. 7960 Biscayne blvd., on
Tuesday, Aug. 28.
Mrs. Martin Epstein and Mrs.
Harry Furash are in charge of res-
ervations.
Baruch Zuckerman, veteran American Zionist leader, shown
in New York with Mrs. Zuckerman aboard Zim passenger liner
S.S. Israel prior to their departure for Israel last week.
Gables Sisterhood Opens Registration
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish (enter Wednesday an-
Surf side Site of
Informal Affair
Informal social evening for
Golden Agers was held this week
under the sponsorship of the
Women's Division of the Surfside-
Bal Harbour-Bay Harbor Chamber
of Commerce.
Co-chairmen of the event were
Mrs. Lillian Smith and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Duckman.
Site was the recreation hall at
510 96th st., Miami Beach. Mrs.
Rhea Cashman Gladwin is chair-
man of the Women's Division.
nounced completion of plans to
reopen its nursery kindergarten
school for the fifth year of opera-
tion on Sept. 10.
Office is now accepting registra-
tions from 9 a.m. until 12 noon,
weekdays, at 320 Palermo ave.
"There will be individual classes
for each age level from three
through kindergarten age staffed
by qualified experienced teachers,"
the announcement reveals.
Curriculum includes creative
arts and crafts, music, games, su-
pervised play and a Jewish orienta-
tion program centered around the
holidays.
Former Jewish
Floridian Editor
Gets Exec's Post
Appointment of Miss Rita Gross
man as executive secretary of the
National Finance Council of the
American' Zionist Committee for
Public Affairs was announced this
week by Lawrence G. Laskcy and
Josselyn M. Shore, national chair-
men of the Council.
The Committee lor Pubic Affairs
conducts public action, bearing
upon relations with governmental
authorities, with a view to main-
taining and improving friendship
and good will between the United
States and Israel. The National
Finance Council, composed of com-
munity leaders throughout the
country, is the Committee's fund-
raising arm.
From the establishment of the
State of Israel in 1948 until 1951.
Misj OfonuB served as assistant
to the director of information of
Israel's delegation to the United
Nations. She previously was asso-
ciated with the Jewish Agency in
a similar capacity during the IN
deliberations on the partition of
Palestine.
Miss Grossman was for two years
news editor of The Jewish
Floridian. She is the author of two
children's books
Miss Grossman is a cum laude
graduate of the University of Mia-
mi, where she was editor of the
"Hurricane," president of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority and a member
of Nu Kappa Tau. women's honora-
ry-society. She also holds a Mas-
tar's degree from the Medill School
of Journalism, Northwestern Uni-
versity, where she was named to
Delta Sigma Ph. women's national
journalism society.
Miss Grossman is the daughter
-of Mf. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman,
2952 SW 15th st., Miami.
Member Bruncheon Due
Aug. 23 at noon is the date for
the next "member bring a mem-
ber" bruncheon and card party of
the Miami Beach chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, at the home of Mrs.
Hannah Gale, 1525 Lenox ave.
Mrs. Max Davis is president of the
group, and Mrs. Esther Lerman is
membership chairman.


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powers and John Barrymore, as Miriam and David, in
[from "The Last Stop." new half-hour television drama
completed at Warner Brothers Studio in Burbank in
[of 1956 campaign of the nationwide United Jewish Ap-
("The Last Stop" will have its TV premiere on leading
throughout the country as a special UJA presentation
Jewish New Year.
the course.
Women's Council
To Offer Course
In Dramatic Art
Mrs. Howard Grove, president of
the Beach Division of the Greater
Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, announced Wed-
nesday, that registration la now
open for a drama course sponsored
annually by the group.
Sam Hirsch, who has been di-
recting the plays at the Roosevelt
Theatre during the summer, will
present the course at his studio,
315 W. 47th st.. starting Tuesday,
Oct. 9, for eight weeks.
Funds derived from the project
will be used for the scholarship I Joseph I. Sargon, president of
fund which Council sponsors at the Temple Beth Zion, Broolcline.
University of Miami. | Mass., is in Miami on a brief
Mrs. Jack Liebmann, of 8 Cen- visit. Saxgon. who is a lecturer
tury In., Belle Isle, is chairman of [and journalist, is active in com-

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New Group in Meeting
Newly formed Chai group of
Hadassah met Monday evening at
the home of Mrs. Gerald Goldstein,
800 NE 174th st., -North Miami
Beach.
Hold 'Pol Luck' Social
Amity 28 club of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
held a "pot luck" social Sun evening at the Center's Town
Branch.
munal affairs in Boston.
Workmen's Circle Southern District
Will Convene Aug. 25-28 in Atlanta
|e Emanu-El Men's club schedules a
Aug. 25 aboard S.S. Dreamboat.
light ride is here planned by, top row
right), Saul Genet, Harold Hirschfield
David Samelson, vice presidents, and
Michael Salmon, recording secretary. Bot-
tom row are Allen Goldberg, board chair-
man; Jules P. Channing, president; and Jo-
seph Abelow, vice president.
The 37th annual conference of
the Workmen's Circle Southern
District, comprising six states, will
take place in Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 29
to 28. according to Joseph Duntov,
District secretary.
Twenty-nine delegates and guests
from the Greater Miami area are
planning to attend the annual func-
tion.
Members from the three local
branches who, in addition to Dun-
tov, will go to the Atlanta confer-
ence are Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
secretary of the District; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Birabaum, Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Gold and Dr. and Mrs.
Isaac Unterman, all of Branch 892;
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Aronoff. repre-
senting the Y. L. Peretz School;
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goon, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Resnick, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Siegal, Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Whitehouse, of Branch 699; and
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiner, Eng-
lish speaking District secretary,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Auerbach, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs.
John Layton, Branch 1050.
"This year's conference is espe-
cially important," Duntov said
Wednesday, "since it marks 55
years of Workmen's Ciroe activi-
Beth Emeth Picks
Mrs. Blatter School
Board Chairman
Mrs. Stanley Clatter hsrs been
appointed chairman of the Beth
Emeth Congregation school board.
according to an announcement
Wednesday.
Registration for Beth Emeth re-
ligious and Sunday school, kinder-
garten and nursery opens Sunday,
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and will
continue Monday through Thurs-
day from 8 to 10:30 p.m. at 12201
NW 7th ave.
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'. Rear are Kenneth Schachter, Zena
Lorraine Meyers, Arnold Grant, Ruth
in and Harold Tokayer, choirmaster.
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Front are Russell Keusch, Sumner Garte,
Cantor Jacob Silverman, Larry Golden, Celia
Preuss and Jesse Blatt.
is in the Greater Miami Area
births at Mt. Sinai Hospi-
Ide the following:
fcter born to Dr. and Mrs.
[Schwartz Aug. 6.
Dm to Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
fctein Aug. 6.
her born to Rabbi and Mrs.
ibramowiU Aug. 4.
rn to Mr. and Mrs. CHf-
uss Aug. 3.
rn to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
lug. 2.
ker born to Mr. and Mrs.
iller Aug. 1.
urn to Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
tiwarU Aug. 1.
ker born to Mr. and Mrs.
/einstein Aug. 1.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Rosen Jury 28.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Somerstein July 28.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Manfred Marcus July 27.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Herb-
ert Horowitz July 23.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sleekier July 20.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Gordon July 20.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Solnick July 10.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Branston July 19.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Carter July 19.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Gross July 18.
'Mitzvah Game' Tuesday
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will hold a "Mitzvah
Game" Tuesday noon at the Monte
Carlo hotel.
ties in the United States''
Under discussion will come
methods of increasng membership,
particularly in the English-speak-
ing division, final action on Camp
Friendship located at Lake Chicka-
mauga near Chattanooga. Tenn.,
and the proposed Old Age Home in
Greater Miami.
National executive committee
will be represented by William
Stern, director of the English-
speaking division. Benjamin Tab-
achinsky, national campaign direc-
tor of the Jewish Labor Committee,
will speak on "Iron Curtain Jew-
ry." Sidor Belarsky, nationally-
known singer, will appear in a con-
cert arranged for the conference.
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NEW YORK A group of non-
.7( wish high school students from
the Middle West had a grand time
on their recent voyage from New-
York to Naples aboard the Israeli
liner Zion. judging from a letter
the group leader sent to a friend,
and which was sent to the Ameri-
can-Israeli Shipping Co. here
through the Birmingham Travel
Service, Birmingham, Mich., and
Lissone Lideman U.S.A. Inc., NY.
who had organized the trip.
The letter calls the ship "beauti-
ful," praises the crew and notes
"our'kids," all undergraduates at
Bloomfield Hi".h School, 'have had
a wonderful time." The writer of
the letter. Uh Jean Siterlitt, i-
member of the group that --ailed
aboard the SS Zion of the Zim Is-
raeli Navigation Co. last June 22
for a study tour of several Euro-
pean countries. By coincidence,
they had among their shipmates
college student members of the
Jewish Agency's Summer Institute
bound for a similar tour of Israel.
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rN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE
COtJNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. UB959
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Pan tiff,
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TO: I.KOS r"RJET>BERO
MM W. S2nd 81 Hi I lj n. V V
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copy "f your answer to the Rill '
Complain I for Divorce on the platitlif'*
attorney. fcnd In file the original kn-
awer in the office of the Flerli of the
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Of September, A D. |M4 Otherwise, tlie
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Dated at Miami, Florida, till* the
l"th day of An. '.
iHi:UMAN.
el. i k of th" Olri "It ran it,
I'.i.le County, Florida.
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URBKN, Deputy ClerK
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Teitels Announce
Rita'- Betrothal

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M*J. PAUL HIKSCHBIBGIK
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The couple will be ;,t h
the) return i:
:: trip to I
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MIS. AUIH WHNBHG
Nylon Tulle down
For Mis- Cordon
m became
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or Ivnor for her new
n law was Miss Florence
The I tor. Mr-
ide Shapiro, w;i- her n
of ho- in and Judj Shapiro
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man fur the |TOOfB WW
Ralph Hankin.
The blidt'l drew wa- -tvled in
white lace and nylon tulle over taf-
: made with a scoop scalloped
ne cap -U eves, luted bodice
and bouffant ballerina-length tulle
skirt.
Hi r elbow length veil was oi
scalloped lace falling from Juliet
crowii with teed pearii She car-
tamil) Bible with wo
chid : nanotii
Reception followed the ceremo-
the Colon) \ttor .1 two week
honeymoon on Miami Beach, the
home .ii 296
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Miamian to Live
In Baltimore
Miss Mvrna Leonard became the
bride ol Peter Arthur Rubelman
la> afternoon at the Rodolph
Sholom Synagogue in Tampa.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
;md Mr- Joseph C Wheeler. Tam-
pa The bridegroom i* the son of
Mr- Fa) Rubelman. 1612 Meridian
a\c Miami Beach
Rabbi Jerome Kestcnbaum per-
formed the double ring rites.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a gown of chant ll-
I) lace and tulle over satin, design-
it h a Bertha collar trimmed
nh sequins and pearls, and ta-
d sleeves with a cut-out pat-
tern <>f the lace. The bouffant skirt
of lace ended in a chapel train.
H< r three tiered fingertip veil of
illusion was held by a crown of
tulle, lace and seed pearls. She car-
., white Bible, with white
orchids
Hiai Dorothy Gardner. Tampa,
cousin of the bride, was maid of
honor
Attendants were Mrs. James
Wheeler -i-tcr in law of the bride.
Irwin I'l-ct/ky. and Miss Bar-
Ayala. all of Tampa.
Pamela Wheeler, niece of the
bride, was flower girl.
Jules Silverman, Ft Lauderdale.
be-i man. Groomsmen were
Baumann. Miami Beach. Joe
Berkowitt, Orlando, and Hal More-
land. St. Petersburg. I'shers were
James Wheeler, brother of the
bride Tampa, Joe Robert and
lea Cordon, cousins of the
bride from Tampa.
The re(. ption was held at the
gyni
The couple will honeymoon in
the Gull and reside in Baltimore,
Mil. after Sept. l.
er in the NatkM

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rtich i- .
now
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nouncer of Radj : wu.w in
Mi Britain, C inn
wedding date baa bean set
tor oct. H in Brooklyn, \ N
And These Bride-Elects Are Making Plans to Wed Soon
VIoUmam-HtHmam
The lb is
announce Mr ai Mrs Nat W.ldman. 9623 r
Broadview dr. Miami Beach
. Th' Hoffman He
! Mrs an, 2+49 Flan
pi Miami Beach
The October wedding.

Gtrtr-fr tmm
wB ; Harheti
elect's mo-'
Mae Can, ;.-.- dr Mami Beach
invelect is & and
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in* Mamp-
Sffiahorrff-Stfrn
Mr and Mr- Milton F Steinhardt. 1580 Stillwater
dr Miami Beach, this week revealed the engage-
ment o( their daughter. Joanne.
Her fiance i> Jtrone Howard Stern, and hes the
StlS. x y Mrv D"M s,ern-A,lan,,c BmA
be cupie both attended the 1/mversiK ( M,ami
No dU- ha- M >et been let lor the wedding.

AlkevmOlittr
The engagement of their ward, Uka Dorothl
"-,,- of to Ryhd.
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ms htlus wai^mam mim nmumn
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Miss Levy Weds
Mr. Garvin Kleber
Rarbara Sara Levy and
damn Kleber exchanged wedding
vows <>n Sunday. Aug 12 in a dou-
ble ring candlelight ceremony at
the Seville hotel.
Rabbi Morns Skop and Rabbi
Simon April officiated at the 3 p.m.
nuptial service They were assisted
bj Canton Irving Robinson and
Berte Keleaaar,
The bride i- the daughter of Mr.
and Mr- Henry Levy, 516 Gatalo-
l i.ibles The groom's
parents are Mr and Mrs Dave
Kleber. 1780 SW 12th at, Miami.
The bride wore a gown of im-
ported (hantilly lace over satin
i d in prince-- line, with a por-
trait neckline and traditional point -
to-hand sleeves. I>ace medallions
studded with seed pearls and ae-
skirt The bouffant skirt flowed
into a cathedral train.
Her three-tiered fingertip-length
pure ailk French illusion veil was
held by a crown of pearls and se-
quins She carried two white or-
chids and a cascade of lilies-of tbe-
valley on her white satin Bible.
The bride was assisted by the
groom sister, Mrs Jack Bernstein.
as matron of honor, and her brides-
"I I- were Lynn LeVine. Roberta
Avick. Mrs Robert Ingis and Ann
Atman.
Mr- Herbert Hirsch was in
charge of the guest book.
Beat man waa Arnold Levy,
brother of the bride. Ushers were
Jack Bernstein, Raymond Boniske.
Elmer oiiphant and F.dward Som-
Soloial was Sanford Of-
lowiti
x reception followed in the
Grand ballroom of the Seville ho-
' Following a honeymoon in
"Ph will reside in
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Garden Cerem
For Weinbergs
A garden ceremony I
of the brnl. mother all
Janet Springer and Altai
berg in marriage July ]
Morris Skop ..fficated.
The former Wsl Sana]
daughter ol Mrs. ^ .
11355 NE 9th ft. BirtTi
Mr. Weinberg the <|
Pearl Weinberg and r"
Weinberg ^
The bride was atteBdwa]
Fay Lyons Sherman Fist"
man Tne onoes wpkf1
Pomerance. was ring W*j
After an extended
the couple will resido
where Mr. Weinberg a *
of the medical illustriW*
tory at the Veteran* &
tion hospital in Coral
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hist 17, 1956
* Jewish nnrM$*mn
Page 5 B
Miss Irene Kestenbaum Weds Ellis
Rubin in Tuesday Evening Ceremony
ma. and mks. mis robin
Miss Irene M .Kr-stcnbaum and
Cilia Stuart Rubin exchanged vows
Tuesday avaniof in 6:30 p.m. ears-
monies at the home of the groom's j
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy
Goldstein, 125 SE 12th st.. Miami.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Beth David Synagogue, officiated
at the ceremony
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel L. Kestenbaum,
1950 SW 16th st. Mr. Rubin's par-
ents are the Lawrence Rubins, of
Ringhamton, N.Y.
Newlywed Mrs. Rubin chose a
white imported linen sheath dress
with empire waistline trimmed
with white satin bands and cen-
tered with a bow. Her headpiece
was a crown tiara of pearls and
French imported beads from which
fell a shoulder length veil of
French illusion.
She carried a white satin Bible
covered with white orchids and was
given in marriage by her father.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Howard C. Stein, the bride's best
friend. Also in attendance were
aunt of the groom Mrs. Goldstein
and Mrs. Natalie Weitzman, the
groom's cousin.
Mr. Goldstein was best man for
his nephew. Guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Allan Courtney, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Essner and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Rubin.
The former Miss Kestenbaum is
a Miami High School graduate and i
attended fhe University of Miami |
and Florida State University at |
Tallahassee, where she majored in j
journalism.
She was engaged by the Florida !
State Legislature and more recent-
ly employed by the Miami Daily
News.
Mr. Rubin is a graduate of Holy
Cross College and the University
of Miami law school. He is former
special assistant state attorney of
Dade county. In 1953, he was 10-
lected as one of five "outstanding
young men of Florida" by the Jun-
ior Jaycees and in 1954 was nom-
inated as one of ten "outstanding
young men in the United Stati-s
He is the author of "Combating
Communism" and has been prac-
ticing law in Miami since 1951.
A1/SS BETH KtLMAN
Miss Kelman Eyes February Rites
let urns to UM Orchestra Podium
Dubois as Violin Soloist Sunday
Beth Kelman will become Mrs.
Alan M. Schulberg in February,
1957.
The couple's betrothal is being
revealed here by the bride-elect's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H.
Kelman, 2645 SW 36th ave.
Bitter is returning to
of the University of
fler Symphony Orches-
an extensive vacation
he was guest conduc-
at the Brevard Music
lorth Carolina.
ftr will lead the orches-
th concert of the sum-
with concertmaster
is as violin soloist,
tra will be heard Sun-
at Miami Beach audi-
larche Sambre et Meu-
Romeo and Juliet,
ky: La Bamba di Vera
Nogara, Rafael Bal-
King and I"selec-
ts; and Scottish Suite,
Us will perform the In-
land Rondo Capriccioso,
Meditation from
kssenet; and Tombourin
treisler.
la native of Belgium,
[violin instruction at the
?la Campers
ice 'Wizard1
sceola, located in the
trth Carolina, under the
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
its second visiting day
ing the afternoon was
ction, 'The Wizard of
hi by campers under the
^1 Maxine Hart, senior at
ity of Miami.
as Dorothy was Patti
Scarecrow was Mike Ap-
roodman was Steve Mac-
the cowardly lion was
srkowitz.
in the cast were Joyce
lith Girls Pick
*a Schreidell
chreidell has been elect-
fnt of 'Nai "Rith, B'nai
is.
Ificers named at a recent
r> Esther Ehrens, vice
Arlene Roth, secretary;
bhwartz, treasurer; Bever-
K chaplain; Barbara Mill-
[tnother; and Minia Ichov-
t-r historian.
wll be installed at the
iht Inn, Coconut Grove,
Shirley Leitson and Minia
fere initiated at Miss
I's home this week.
age of four, under Caesar Thomp-
son. Graduating from the Royal
Conservatory of BnUMll at the age
of 13. he began his concert career
by touring Belgium.
Dubois first came to the United
States with his father, Adolphe
Dubois, who had been brought here
by Walter Damrosch with whom
the younger musician, himself,
later played. His American career
started with a recital at Carnegie
Hall in New York.
Coming directly from New York
to be concertmaster for the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony, he had
been at CBS in the same capacity
for 18 years. Before and during
that time, he held the same posi-
tion with NBC, the Chicago Opera
and the Metropolitan Opera.
IUGtN[ DUBOIS
Forrest, Ellen Silverman, Jan Du-
bin and Nancy Harris. Stage work-
ers were Bonnie Goldberg. Rhea
Pincus, Joan Colman and Paulette
Conn.
Staff assistants were Carol Meyer
and Mickey Mandler. A unicycle
act starring Jim Byrd climaxed the
play.
Leslie J. August
CEItriFKO PUIIIC ACCOUNTANT
ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL Of HIS OFFICES
frM
NO. 1 LINCOLN ROAD BUIIDING, MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
to
710 BISCAYNE BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone FR 4-0551
HOROWITZ- MARGARETEN
GEFILTE FISH
Women's Fete
Helps Hospital
"Having Fun" will be what Dade
chapter. National Children's Car-
diac Hospital, will do when they
give their barbecue and swim par-
ty, Saturday evening, Aug. 25, at
the Kingston hotel.
The party is sponsored by the
Dade chapter for the hospital lo-
cated at 4250 W. Flagler st. and
facilities take care of children suf-
fering from rheumatic fever.
President of the chapter is Mrs.
MarUn Sosna. Ways and Means
chairman is Mrs. Sydney Kupfcr-
berg.
Committee includes Mrs. Charles
Raab and Mrs. Wolfie Cohen, who
are in charge of arrangements,
with the assistance of Mrs. Herman
Halpern and Mrs. Gertrude Lachs,
Ticket chairmen.
Mr. Schulberg's parents are the
Nate Schulbergs. 331 SW 21st r Miss Kelman attended school^ in
Hartford, Conn., and graduated
from Miami High. She has been af-
filiated with Star chapter of B'nal
B'rith and Miami Unit of Junior
Hadas-ih
Her fiance attended schools hi
Chicago, III., graduated from Mia-
mi Senior High and is presently at
the University of Miami.
Mr. Schulberg is a member of
the Air Force R. O. T. C. He and
Miss Kelman were introduced by
mutual friends at a party.
Scottish Terrior Owners
Organize Miami Club
Ralph L. MacDonald has been
elected president of the newly-
formed Scottish Terrier Owners
and Breeders club.
Other officers named at the
club's organizational meeting Aug.
7 in Jerry's restaurant are Monroe
Reese, vice president; Louise Ells-
worth, secretary; and Samuel Hoi-
li-ter, treasurer.
Next meeting is scheduled for
Sept. 10. New members are in-
vited.
IT Til 1*111$ Of "OUR CRISP- (UNSAITEO) MATIORS
UNIVERSITY of MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY
JOHN BITTER, Conductor
EUGENE DUBOIS. Violinist
Sunday, August 19th, 8:30-Tickets 75c to $2.50
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Air Conditioned
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
r. U.S. pat. off.
MIAMI MIAMI KACN FT. lAUDEBDAL! WIST PALM BEACH
Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions
WEDDING
BANQUETS
WEDDING
ANNIVERSARIES
BAR MITZVAMS
frM 25 t 1,000
UNDEI
PEIS0NAL
MANAGEMENT
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WThe conereeation meet- on the
f,r*t and third Tnoi
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the building ir^i
While both Dade Heights and gations eventual''
Holy AnteN Episcopal will .Mare chapels n thT* N|
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Sephardic Group
Slate: Services
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Sen
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Samuel Peso. 1300 Mj
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# Southwest Jewish Center
6438 S W. 8th StToot T^phoo, ,*,
COHSeKVATlVE COHmEr.ATu^ m
Announces thejir flnrt High Hoh/ Day 8*,^
Commencing Wejrfi*ajday F>*Bing SeptenbJL
to fcv held iht ]
AIR<:0NDIT10IIED MASONIC TEMPlf
1065 S.W. 67th ATenue
Conducted bv
Rki Amaham Lrvn
- Laxaki LrH
Ticl. \ iiUNc Daily a m. 3 p.m
A tcjMinei peruiwmg to membership Hrbrcsv tnd tj ^
rr rhrerfullv in rued "^^T
Religious Educational Youth Social ActjJ
A VERT HAPPT HEALTHY PRO.SPFPors Vn
/-ROM OL'R SISTERHOOD A.\T>
''ditioml
IB En A*
High Holiday Services
AT Alt CONWDOWCD
Dade County Auditorium
woi w. HMU stun
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
mat
CANTOR SAMUEL GOMBERG
of CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Wake Reservations Now at Dde County Auditorium
or Phone HI 6-9230 MO 6-4470
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ni\Mi ii Kim v himhI
.4.W rOMHM.ATIOS
not s.w. iMi Avnrtf miami
ANNOUNCE* THAT
RAttl SIMON APRIL
WILL CONDUCT
High Holiday Serving
CANTOR BERELE KELEMER
ASSISTED BY A CHOIR OF CM r i w \ HEBFEV
SCHOOL BUYS, u li L CHANT
lYNOOR SERVICES || M i
Iffiee Open Daily and Evening* fi of He
may he made by callir
Congregation Beth El
and the
Miami Hebrew Academy
500 S.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI S MOST PfOGHSSIVl TfAMtON Al OfTHOOOX CONGfTGATIOS
VISIT Stt ATTfND
OUR NEWLY REDECORATED HOUSE OF WORSHIP
Enjoy the Inspiring Services iii Air-looted Comtor* and New Sett Seats
Hear Rabbi Dr. S. 7. Swirsky's Most Intpiring Sermtns
Enjoy the Melodious Voice of Cantor Louis Garfenhous
*ug rout Hsmtrions ro thi high moit oat $f ats soon >
REGISTER TOU* CHIlDtEN FOI THE TAtMUD TOtAH
. FOt THI All OAT ACA0EKIT
Wirtf 0rn Doily and l-ji t. ? -Tehrf W< F 3004
C0NGBE6ATI0N BETH El
wfshei its nmtfrs wnmipotn en4 )twrr in Greater Miami
A Vftr MAW HEAITHT, rtOIfirO0S KfW TfAff
So* M.ller President Sim,,, Seide, 1st Vice President
Jtel Zalit, Setrttary
Mai Naka*a> Financial Secretary Jocab Werblin 2nd Vk* President
A. P. tattaaerv Treosarer Joseph Knssel, 3rd Vice President
mm rts*c nsr
Wtethim h
f aWy $tir HIGH HOLY DAIS
in the Cao>4rta ieaatifal PJa.se of WanM*
4G1/D47N /SR4EL HEBREW INSTITUTE
7101 C.rlyle A.m.. Mm
Phone UN 4-SM4 Wwat N I
Caaatecf aaT ay:
Rtv. C-rrtor Uimwm Greenoerger
f mm tmtmmtt law -
JVpVrvfafVW aTf.
Rabbi Dr. Isooc Hlrsh Ever
faaaaHi aaaf imirHwmi leader
RaaaevartiaaM aai llaillld aattta H ohtam daily at the ilia j
r>rrhip ( ol 12 5.00 antillf B o
ti.lrt at li,- Synagogue auJitonuin upbeat
......iimain nd dignified V-
SflrCHOS SIRVKI SATOMAY, SCPTIMEI 111, It*
Vi'l R M>S <'R I'M i:!!TER ISfl^
IK1! MI:HRF\V SCHOOL and SI"NDAI REU
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A ipcoal '^! M a!
Marray (awahirt,
Agudth Israel Hebrew I
CAirrot uo kassim
PBHUP8 VOI .
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Victh Batoib (Coitgregatirin
16J5 S W. 3rd AVENUE MIAMI Fl0t0A
Miaasii Oldest Caier*afie Caafre9atia
cordially mntei yon to join our Congre-atwmal Family.
MEMUtSNIP .
Include- -at.fr,r.heH.ghH..l>DaT I.alK SabbaTh and f. tM
well .< Rel.giou- School education, eemeten m,tl[
tfUCIOOS SCHOOI .
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Tifereth Israel Northside C
6500 North Miami Avt.
PtOUOtY AHHOUHCti TMt SUCCISSFUl PtOCIfSS Of '
rMPU. AUWTOtlUM aaad MIMWOUS S(M
ManUI+tM High lloli'lnil *"
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tobbi AJxahdjiv. Herson
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taaaraeHaan aavy tw aaaata 4mm\j fraaa V: a.as.
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SarirbM Sarakat SaMedbay. Saaf-aiir l.t. ? _^fT
P. prayar ta*a, Talaeaiea dlaHwaatad H all weraahV**
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st 17, 1956
i^j^n^Htui
Page 7B

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Michael Spiegel Bar Mitzvah
Michael Spiegel, son of Mr. and, Ceremony will be at Beth Jacob
Mrs. Joseph L. Spiegel, will become Congregation. Rabbi Tibor Stern
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, wj|j officiate
Aug. 18.
Michael attends Miami Beach
Junior High School and is in the
eighth grade.
US H0L7ZMAN
lion to Fete
Holtzman
of Mr. and Mrs.
ian. 7765 Tatum Wa-
imi Beach, will cele-
litzvah during Satur-
lervices. Aug. 18, at
Hebrew Institute.
Ever will officiate
the topic "Faith
Individual and Na-
Arthur Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Michelson, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning, Aug. 18, at
| Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate at the
service in the main synagogue.
Reismans Reveal
Bar Mitzvah
Florida Highway Frontage
Approximately 5,400 Acres of
Land with about 4 Miles off
Frontage on Highway 301,
about 11 Miles from the city
of Bradenton, Florida
This tract If fenced and cross-fenced,
has numerous large wells far irriga-
tion purposes and considerable improv-
ed pasturage. TMs tract it large
enough for a good-sized ranch opera-
tion or a nice-siied development.
Price $300 per Acre
Cosh or Terms of 29% Down
lolance S to 10 years at 5% Interest
C. H. VVOOTEN REAL ESTATE
Bradenton, Fla. Ph. 2-1051
FOR DEVELOPMENT
Approximately 47,000 Acres
between Vero Beach and
Lake Wales
About 20 miles lake and river
frontage, 10 miles highway. Price $60
per Acre. Terms to accredited buyer.
J. W. SHRIGLEY, Realtor
LAKE WALES, FLORIDA
Tel. 2-4651
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G a i n e s v i 11 e
Acreage
1. BETWEEN NEW GE PLANT AND
GAINESVILE, 625 acres, SI 95 per acre.
2. 1,000 ACRES 2'2 MILES EAST OF
GAINESVILLE includes complete lake.
; Over 1 Mile of highway frontage.
$295 per acre.
.3. r2 MILES'WEST OF GAINESVILLE
(the direction ol the finest residential
I growth) 200 acres with over Vi mile
i road frontage. SI 75 per acre.
CHECK NEW INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENTS OF OUR COUNTY. Buy acreage
before further advances. Many other
outstanding tracts available. Phone or
writs as now.
M. M. PARRISH, Roaltor
Gainesville Developers Since 1911
21 N4. 1st ST. P.O. BOX 114
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Phone FR 2-8406
BREVARD
COUNTY
WHERE THINGS ARE POPPING. Two
miles State Road frontage with addi-
tional 2 miles Indian River frontage
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reisman, 288
NW 10<)th st.. announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son. Terence, on
tzvah is an. eighth', Saturday morning. Aug. 18, at
at Nautilus Junior North Dade Jewish Center.
(he graduation class Rabbi Henry Okolica. spiritual
ael religious school. ,eader wiu officiate and deliver
ill follow the cere
piaqogue.
inch Scheduled
dstein, president |
roup ( Hadassah.
IDced > brunch and !
Wednesday, Aug. 15.'
Ithe Sea Gull hotel.
kervationa was Mrs.
I chairman of the af-
ihway Frontage
rnton, Florida
the charge.
Terence is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Horace Mann High School
and has attended North Dade reli-
gious school for the past
years.
A dinner in his honor will be I
held Sunday evening at the Lincoln \
Manor.
BUSINESS I HOME
Active Gas Station and
Track Stop
ON BUSY U.S. 1. Two bull, tanks 7,1 SO
capacity total. LB* Dinette, Combina-
tion lunch counter, not active but can
be opened at small coot.
Only $10,500
AND THIS GOES WITH IT .
Purchaser has option to pick up pay-
ments on 1 BR, tile bath home on lot
50x150. Now rented, rent nearly
makes payments.
WRITE WIBE ... or SEE:
R. C. BURNS, Reg. Broker
116 WILLARD
P. 0. BOX 762, OEPT. B, COCOA, FLA.
GOOD ACREAGE
1505 ACBE PASTURE $85 per Acre
1060 ACRES SAND $150 per Acre
2700 ACRES SAND $150 par Acre
These traoti adjoin Seaboard Railroad
and new highway. Just north of new
Pratt A Whitney engine plant aite in
Martin Co. Unlimited supply of water
and drainage from St. Lucie Canal
nearby. 29% down, balance 5 years.
3350 ACRES OF MUCK ON HIGHWAY 27, XHShkHS p2fc"3 prog"res.. Price
1100 per acre. w4 ^ 2..; "dowil| ,,, 5 years.
No closing till December.
ALSO-40 acres with large lake, $250
per acre. Alsoyou can't pay till 195b
far IVj miles Indian River frontage.
LOUIS B. BILLS, Realtor
230 So. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach
Pb. TE 3-9621
29** down, balance 5 year*.
11520 ACRES IN LEE COUNTY
6 miles from Gulf. $60 per acre. 40
down, balance 3 years.
Call BOB DOUTKIT with
THURMOND W. KNIGHT
Registered Real Estate Broker
PHONE 7361 PAM0KEE, FLA.
WITH LAC00CHEE
RIVER FRONTAGE
ly 580 Acres Of 2,100 ACBES with over 4 miles of river
MtlfK Nnrth*>n.t frontage and l'i mile on main high-
' way. Completely fenced, 400 acres im-
proved pasture. Ideal for large ranch
or for development. Contact Jim Par-
rish, Associate, or
HERBERT GOLDMAN, Realtor
Robertson Bldg., Ocala, Fla.
Phone MArion 2-4976
THIS JUST IN .
Motel Site on Ocean Front
Full Block, Road on 3 Sides, 250x575.
four $75,000-good terms.
BEAUTIFUL RANCH
3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced
and planted in select grass and 12
milea of canal. Only 12 minutea drive
to Palm Beach.
$180 per Acre
Suitable for dairy farm, ranch or home
development. Purchase from original
owner. For complete data Phone:
FRonklin 3-9922
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INGRAHAM BLDG., MIAMI
of fronlaqe on High-
out one-half mile on a
road in the rear. The
or semi cleared and it
I some improved pastur
dairy, small ranch or
$330 per Acre
us of 29% Dawn -
(Yean at 5% laterest
TEN REAL ESTATE
[Fla. Ph. 2-1051
Best Buys in Acreage
UNPARALLELED LOCATION
Merritt
R. R. Frontage
Road Frontage
1300 FT. ON SEABOARD
VA ACRES IN ALL
LUTHER SPARKMAN, Realtor
5375 Federal Hwy. Dania
Phone Hollywood 2-9717
FORT MYERS on Lower Gulf Coast
midway between Tampa and Miami
has become a YEAR ROUND MECCA
for out-of-ttatera seeking a permanent
abiding place in this perfect clime.
Thousands of homes will be in demand
each year as 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 developera of home-
sites and housing projects. Included
within it at the intersection of three
j important roads is a prominent corner
i of 30 acres ideal for a shopping center
also three sites for three large beau-
I tiful lakes. Entire tract available at
$950 an acre. 1 5 cash and 10 years at
5". interest release clauses arranged.
FOR THE BEST in statewide LAND
i investments contact NATIVE DEAL-
| ERS. the JEFFCOTT Realty Invent-
ments, 2400 First St.. Fort Mvers, F'a.
Subdivision
FRONTAGE.
IYERS AREA
iTELY 1,000 ACRES
Waterfront
Home Development
PER ACRE
r Broker or
H)S0N REALTY
lr St. ED 4-9071
Myers
2 41/2 ACRE PIECES
High and cleared, on paved road,
$2,750 each. Near St. Lucie Canal and
State Highway 76.
NORMAN E. BUTLER
REALTOR
13030 N.W. 7th Ave. MU 1-1440
Island A1A
Orsind frontage. Face's
355
IS-
iTA, FLORIDA
)0 Acres
Good terms. Per-
e tracts or loss.
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faterfront Apt.
splendid return on
$60,000 cash, long
|e. Exclusive with;
S. SIMMONS
offer
[ineapple Ave.
|ling 4-3171
CAMP SITES
Located in Ocala National Forest
Hunting and Fishing
ting
$600
area,
acre
Deer
Priced at $500 each for
tracte while they last.
Acreage with Limerock
Tont and tons of commercial lime-
rock. 200 acres M mile highway
frontage, modern cottage for cit-
rus, farming or development 2 ,
miles from river. Price $250 per
acre.
Home, Grove and Lake Front
Completely furnished home2 car
garage apartment. 15 acres of fin-
est orange grove and several 100
feet of lake front. Price $65,000
Terms.
Deer Hunters and Fishe,rmea-this
is it: 20 Acres in Ocala
National Forest
Concrete block building with large
dining room, fireplace and kitchen,
2 concrete block cottages for sleep-'
ing deep well electricity
lake front excellent fishing and
deer hunting at your door. Price
$15,000.
Lake Front Home
On navigable lake- 105 feet lake
front, modern concrete block, all
conveniences. Price $27,500.
HERMAN T. DYKES, Realtor
Maim Office: Toveres, Florida
trench Office:
Meant Dora, Lake County, Florida
Phone Diamond 3-5111
Sieneral store and U.S. Post Office
ots. For other strategic Merritt
land properties:
Call 9-0107
VYilma Russa, Broker
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TODAY'S BEST BUYS
NEAR AIR BASE and BUILDING PROJECT
20 Acres on S.E. Corner
Tallahassee & Biscayne
$3500 per Acre
60 Duplex Lots only $1,000 ea.
Acreage Ntar Air Bass
Excellent Speculation luys
60 Acres Good Farmland
$500 per Acre with Terms
CALL 1151 1351 HOMESTEAD
MAMIE P. SMITH, Realtor
287 SO. KR0ME AVE.
TODAY'S ACREAGE
20,000 Acres-$100 per Acre
South of BeMe Glade with Highway
27 Frontage.
1,056 Acres-$150 per Acre
1' miles on paved road and railroad
frontage. High pine land, elevation 25
ft. South of Indian Town.
55,000 Acres-$35 per Acre
N.W. of Panama City
Zoned B 3 Lot
100x300 ft Miami city water-and ew
er line thru property. Price $28,000.
DONNA IRAOY
James G. Pace & Associates
"THE FlYINC REALTORS"
310 IX 2nd Ave. Ph. 13-1614
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W4 of Section 2047-41 North
of Hillsboro Canal, and that
part of Tracts 1, 6, 7, 11,
12, 13, SE of Levee 140, 12
of Tract 2 and All Tracts
3, 4, 5 in Section 14-47-41,
Palm Beach County.
MARTIN COUNTY
< Good speculation or ranch acreage 4
J! miles from Cloverleaf. Plenty highway
frontage. 3, 6 or 12 sections, $110 to
$150 per acre.
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Excellent farm land just east of Rt.
441 50 acres, $550 per acre.
See Acreage Specialist:
R0XIE THOMAS, Realtor
601 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY, P0MPAN0
Ph. Pompano 6972
Eveninsjs ea4 Sunday for Appaintmtnl
KAY KtUFF-JA 4-2*73, Ft. Lauderdale
There's Profit In
MERRITT ISLAND
For the best bays oa Merritt Island,
from $250 per acre up, call
RALPH T. FOlWEll
111 Olympia Bldg. 82-2031
* \'a Mil* Frontage an
Hillsboro Canal.
-* lowest Per Acre Price in
Area at $350 Per Acre.
* 24% Will Handle.
-p Good Terms for Balance.
Contact Acreage
Department
JAckson 3-1411
Day or Night
Exclusive with
Anaconda
I Realty Company j
A RIAL BARGAIN .
15 ACRES
3 MILES WEST Of GOULDS
. $890 per Acre Goad Terms
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160 Acres High Pine
2 MILES EXCELLENT ROAD
FRONTAGE
Ideai for Development
a
60 Acres High Pine Land
1320' FRONTAGE EVERGLADES
PARK ROAD
Corner property, 3300* total road
frontage, connecting city limits of
Florida City.
$2200 per Acre
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
16121 Federal Hwy., Pertine
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Phone 817-9015
> 303 EAST LAS 0LAS BLVD. <


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