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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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l^wiislh-IEIliDiriidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-Number 34
Miami. Florida. Friday. August 24, 1956
Price 20*
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JOINED BY LYRl CLARK VAN HYNING FOR BIG BIGOT'S BUST
>ional Hate Monger Attempts Meteoric Leap to Fame at National Convention in Chicago
Jo* McWilliams, former Christian
on* of the nation's most rabid pro-war
anti-Somitos, att*mpt*d to leap back into
at the scan* of th* Democratic National
it was roportod horo this wook.
12, Chicago hotels war* flooded with orange
Lxhorting all to com* and hear McWilliams,
"famed patriot and thrilling orator," explain th* "doc-
trine of race fulfillmentthe answer to the White man's
dilemma." McWiliams made his appearance as leader
of the "Chicago Committee for Reception of Nationalist
Observers at the Democratic National Convention," a
group meant to serve as a clearing house for extremist,
nationalist, and bigoted points of view in Chicago.
Despite th* handbills and all attempts at organization
dating back many months, the "Chicago Committee" fail-
ed completely to make any impression on the Demo-
cratic convention. McWilliams had apparently planned
on capitalizing on some major schism within the Demo-
cratic partyas occurred in 1948but lost his chance
Continued on Page 3 A
I's Stake In Suez Canal Emerges At London Conference
(JTA)Israel's stake in the Suez Canal
[into sharp focus here at the 22 nation
n the Suez Canal, despite the fact that
States and Britain are carefully avoiding
, of the fact that Israeli ships are not per-
gypt to pass the canal.
ckade against Israel was highlighted at
ice by the Foreign Ministers of France.
Zealand and Netherlands. They point-
tie Conference that Egypt is persistently
principle of freedom of passage through
mat by halting shipping to and from
ER TO KLUTZNICK
Israel, notwithstanding a United Nations Security*
Council resolution condemning such action as far
back as 1051.
All around the periphery of the Conference, the
Israel phase of the Suez Canal situation was also be-
ing discussed freely. At a press conference Tuesday,
Leonid F. Ilyichev, Soviet press attache, indicated
that the Soviet Government had no objections to
including Israel in the list of countries which Mos-
cow wants to participate in a new conference on the
Suez Canal issue.
* Mr. Ilyichev was asked why Is-
rael was excluded from the list of
nations to be invited to the second
conference which Moscow pro-
WHITE HOUSE RECOMMENDATIONS RIGID
I
Vows Action to Curb
Against U.S. Jews;
firms Sharp Senate Resolution
Republicons in Cool Call
For Mideast Peace Bid;
Fails on Arms to Israel
was, if anything, highlighted by an
JOHT. Pa. (JTA) Secretary of State Dulles this week
bi B'rith that the State Department will take "formal diplo-, j^SsSiili & Wcon-
W- in an effort to curb Arab nations from imposing discrimin- servativc rt The MonthIv Sur.
etions on American citzens of the JewiA faith j of Forej Affajrs issucd by sion
: Senate resolution last month, which called such discrimina- Conservative party's research
rpat.ble with American principles and demanded every d rtment> declared: "Egypt's
?"reasonable effort by the United bIockade of ,graeIi snjppingi or
States Government to seek equal shj ing of other nations ,<,
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) Dissatisfaction with the fact that the
poses, while other nations, which ; Republican Platform Committee failed to advocate the sale of American
have no direct interest in the Suez defensiVe arms to Israel in its tentative plan proposed to the Republican
Canal, have been included. To this National Convention was felt in the ranks of delegates here Wednesday,
the Soviet spokesman replied that However, it was taken for granted that the proposed platform on-Israel
the Soviet proposal can still be wouJd ^ adopted by the full convention.
amended when taken up for dis-, UnUke (ne Democratic National Convention, which did promise
cussion. | arms to Israel, the platform of the Republican Convention contains only
..' 5\ lnalI1Bn"s.n .l"ore,sn a pledge to "support the independence of Israel against armed aggres-
Minister Selwyn Lloyd is ignoring sion faut ayoids mention of fof the Jewish Statfi
the Israel phase of the Suez issue ....
Little impact was made on rigid recommendations already approved
by Secretary of State Dulles and the White House. The view of the
Administration is that the platform should stress "relaxation of ten-
between Arab states and Israel under Dulles' present policy. It
ITION
lodox Group
lorses Fight
linst Reform
nv (JTA) The annual
of the Poale Agudath
thodox labor organiza-
luded here with a resolu-
treatment abroad for its citizens
for Israel, not only denies the prin-
Continued on Page 2 A
"has afforded the Department of d ,e of navigational freedom but
State the opportunity to continue defjes a resoIution adopted by the
*?** tolpna on the Arab Unjted Natjons Security Council on I
the initiative of Britain, France and
states the sentiments of this coun-
try," Dulles declared in a letter to
Philip M. Klutznick, president of
B'nai B'rith.
The Sena'te resolution, the Secre-
tary added, has been circulated to
U.S. Missions in Arab states where
American representatives "have
been directed to take every ap-
propriate opportunity to emphasize
! upon religious party the principle of equality of all
tives in Parliament and Americans and to seek its compli-
America."
Pointing out that this resolution
Continued on Page 2A
KATUN RECOMMENDATION NIXED BY CONGRESS
WASHINGTON (JTA) Congress has turned down the State
Department request for spending approximately $3,500,000 in U.S.
funds now deposited in Israel for scientific and cultural projects in
the Jewish State. The request was originally submitted by Bernard
Kafzen, consultant on the use of local currencies acquired by the
United States in Israel under the information media guarantee pro-
gram. It would have benefited more than 40 Israeli institutions.
ATTORNEYS MUST PROVE THEIR CONTINUED ELIGIBILITY
ppal councils to continue
against the introduction
Judaism in Israel.
(resolutions called upon
srn Powers to use their
with Arab countries to
Is for Jews to the Wailing
[other Jewish Holy Places
lie hands of Arabs. The
appealed to Orthodox
ride of Israel to come and
Israel.
Ipam to Push
sn's Clearing
'IV (JTA) The Mapam
immittee has decided to
a public campaign to
alt'" Mordecai Oren, Ma-
?r imprisoned for five
the Czechoslovak authori-
larges of espionage and
(activities. One aspect of
aign will be the formation
ternational committee to
br Mr. Oren's name.
(he was released several
inued en Pege 9 A
ance by the Arab states."
The Secretary's enunciation of
present State Department policy
and his assurances that the foreign
service was "alert to the necessity
Continued on Page 11 A
Bonn Asks Check on Non-German Lawyers
MUUf KlVTZNrCK
. gets letter
BONN (JTA)Non-German attorneys and organi-
zations who have heretofore dealt with West Ger-
man indemnification agencies on behalf of individual
Nazi victims are being asked to show that, under the
newly amended Federal Indemnification Law, they
are still eligible to represent their clients.
Due to the more restrictive provisions of the new
Rev/sec/ Air Force Regulations
* Facilitate Sabbath Observance
NEW YORK (JTA) Revised
regulations issued by the U.S. Air
Force provide that the Jewish
Sabbath shall henceforth have
equal religious status for Jewish
servicemen as does Sunday for
their Christian comrades, it was
announced here. Commanding of-
ficers are directed, under the new
regulations, to excuse Jewish
men from duty on the Sabbath
upon request, subject to the same
military exigencies and require-
ments as to total duty time as
law, it is explained in an official circular now being
mailed out, indemnification agencies can in the fu-
ture accept applications, briefs, and correspondence
solely from lawyers presently admitted to practice
before the Garman bar, or from lawyers formerly
admitted to the German bar and who emigrated
because they were victims of Nazism.
The Indemnification Law specifically lists the
?United Restitution Organization,
which maintains offices in all ma-
jor countries of emigration and is
sponsored by the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims, as a group
entitled to act for indemnification
applicants. Other organizations,
provided they are not profit-mak-
ing, may be given authorization
from the German governmental in-
agencies to repre-
sent Nazi victims.
If power of attorney is granted
to an individual outside the above
categories, such power of attorney
will be recognized by the com-
petent indemnification agency only
when the service is rendered non-
professionally and not for profit.
Meanwhile, Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer met with Dr. Nahum
apply in the case of Sunday re-
ligious observance.
"This step marks the first time demnification
in which the military establish-
ment has effectively implement-
ed the policy of official'parity for
the Jewish Sabbath," the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions said in a statement. "Be-
sides its great moral value, the
ruling offers a major gain for
Jewish religious life in the serv-
ice. It will greatly facilitate Sab-
bath and Holiday observance by Goldmann last weekend here to dis-
Jewish personnel." I cuss restitution matters.





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Friday. August 24. 1956____________
LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editoi_____________\
Israel's Restraint in the Suez Crisis Can Teach a Lesson
-:..;- K""J during
been a rr.odel
Evei s.::r? N
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-rael has
cam-
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They Must Not Ferae,
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Dt.
s under
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:get
istice in
s.
A Special Kind of Injury
She :..-.-
"-:'" mtc :- -.on only
vecSra '
: convei i week.
"' A:"y bom -.
c-j:e- c: a Woshiaqk tad room. Bui ell
Americani workfe g ia BM preserve.dc of the
ce->r:: c: fly, r.c:,onRepubliccr.*
0M9 DMBOtmi r'.ice-know pffe cm :.-.:urv cf
unoth*
GMJCC's Nursery Schools
T-e DBtHiy scbook of (he Greater Miami
J*n* Community Orrier have been making
rcp.d progress and n^ te ^
** eve, .to :he, e^abu^men,
schools *e now prepax^ for ,
-'won They have eorastantry anned
- :-, ,he lnd;vidtla, chad ^^ ^
years of age a kind of develops thai bnnas
*- physical, social, eac^cl and menTl
capacities to the fore.
As every parent know., this age .pan on.
- aifcd ,, ;ne personalityTraa-^
testers. The GM)CC nursery schools are
--ng the. progreu. m hejpmg ^
ttv ^ Y nd *<***% to hurdle
the dehcale ospert, of this growth period.
plemented either by the UN or by the Big Three
Western Powers.
The Arab nations have been blatantly deny-
ing Israel; shippina access to the Suez since
that time and without even a peep objection
cr.ywhere.
Vissers seizure was the
,] repudiation of Secretary of State Dulles
toward the Arabs and the
Having
cons East
ignon of a W-
.voo Arab favor, Israel more
right-
land on ries and told
. as the London co: I ~on-
| with a
D the
hat Secretary Dulles failed to
London conference and has.
o'i Sir Anthony Eden, made
i s grievance during the
(the talks.
There is a lot that can be learned here- even
^nd far more powerful nations.
quality not often found in interna-
rlomacy. and Israel should be ap-
ed for it -especially by Mr. Dulles, who
is enough on the spot these days and who
could be even more so wei Israel's control
less admirable.
A Well-Earned Repudiation
II was good to note the spirit in which the
Democratic party platform committee last week
repudiated the position of the American Coun-
s fadedsm.
An ACI spokesman appearing before the
e, recommended to its attention the
pro-Israel a: ust be construed
as casting question on the loyalty of persons
-ich activity.
It remained for Rep. John W. McCormack.
ommittee. to teach the Council
spokesman a lesson in manners and American
Although this occurrence has a bright end-
ing. | emphasizes a dismal situation the nec-
essity for American Jews today to defend them-
selves against theu own at a time when unity
is so necessary.
^P^^CSto^Q^
i|iik/SJ8]) Ht\
A C00D ** fO* BOTH PAKTI15
DA AOUl:
The it j,
JO" have ,Ul,*JI
out for you i."1
carefully the,
PP*rs jc,^ -
Purported u i
""tic eonttitoT
the reroltirtf aperiaens of "journalism" (**
pal daily, which made a mockery of the rr
! r
The| were only little better than the revolting
. whi
the meaning of ob)ectivity and cheapen>d the fun
tlurinff the week
an i nee U .
by LEO MINDIIN
Publmhtd by
[ rk-aprned the fundamental principles of reoon^
II,.., .,- null- IiMU Kollor Id.. !..____,. '"I
Ism" published by Miami's principal daily which*?1-
the meaning of objectivity and cheapened th. i,.
of reportonal ethics.
I presume you also heard California Sen -
Ins key talk before the Republican National ( mventw
at San Francisco Monday. After even only a ^pertirJl
of Sen Knowland's appearance and of th. headline^Ll
surr >"ii will agree that the road ahead is hard Whata!
tend with during the coming month* is sol -^.(.,2
public, clear in its understanding of tssential i-suesbs
niadc drunk hy the heady breezes of political myth '
Know land's address is a far better example ofi
non than the editorially-loaded headline* which conthbial
it. His choice as a principal speaker in San Francmco m/
listed to test the integrity of popular "pinion ladfLj
lent iirnorance reiiardinR the recr! ; the FiihJ
Istratioa during the past three and one-hall years Tta
mi well is a key to the success of the corn i political J
Sin Knowland has been a principal | of t^
since the days of the Joe McCarthy fracas He wsjai
ttfay'i supporters when the Senate drew up iu.
Mr Fisenhower- if not by word at h | h\ ih(j
tpprmil tempered. I am sorry iniid
from Wisconsin.

HI IXTlMOi HIS PAKTTS DOOM-TAM
THIS IS the least of Sen. Knowland h the I
' PYesidenttsI efforts to amend the Mi i ran Walter H
1953 and another only last month whet aha
Sen Knowland who, among others, led th< ; ..vie for lb]
Aeain. it ..- Sen. Knowland who hell ls>|
1053 Relief Act and who gave support tc s.,, retin Dir|
of F-dwsrd torsi as administrator of th.n
When I'resident Eisenhower was forced by adrewi
ment quietly to call Mr. Dulles on the ear)
at ion" threats in the Matsu and Quemov verbal batik I
rnment and C'hoo En-Lai. it was Sen Knowland tail
headlines to .old further embarrassment to the nationii
position hy making egregious statements calculated furtlwi
Red China.
I could. Governor, go on and on. But I think this l|
illustrate the point. In brief what I am getting it s|
Knowland has fought his party's chief everj incholfcaj
that the suhstance of his address Monday before the!
tional Convention deliherstely represented him to be thec
supporter. There is no doubt he got away with the >
was precisely this that the Republican* aimed to do.
For in the successful carrying off of the duplicitybrj
the magnitude of the myth of Eienhow.
enshrouds like a cataract the eyeball of American realises
the successful carrying off of the dnplicitv. Sen.
adxanee his party's double talk even further
s
Homsrr is citaimiy mot am asm
^ITINC THE Administration's achie\eii.. Sen Kr>
^* osely declared that "Republicans do I belieitj
Socialism can equal this record." Suck I al of fatll
thai the opposition Democrat< Furt**j
mine campaign scene, ha heaped I Iar (redinimy
' ;> by declaring that he. for Id cont.nr
gaalM the adawMM of RmI China nto the I'"
one would not. of course, expect Sen Kr. viand toj
thsl lie i> one of the most highly paid membenslj
i lima lobby in Washington. Indeed, amplification |r
(lima question secerned ussseeessao in light of the '^^fj
nowhere as an iue in his sddressexcept I
was ..--in" and. therefore, what the opposition li
Nor could one expect the California legislator to be
ably honest in his disapproval of the Democratic National
attack on the Secretary of State at a time when Mr .am
attend a meeting 'that may well decide peace or *arsi
ahead The reference here. Governor, wss to the So
without, obviously, even s particle of recognition
deed, the entire Near East muddle, may be directly
Republican foreign policy.
Much of this. Governor, is a roundabout way ot
difficult road ahead and of sketching the e**n,!fL-
now and Novembervoter schiaophrenia that d,*^^f
from his party and an Administration from w"^|
ron will forgive me. s tedious method I have taken <-j
acceptance address at Chicago last Friday. -xvA
I suppose you were trying to tell Americans "v"v*3
genius ot New Deal philosophy Isy in social and ~JJ1
To a lesser extentand mindful of politasal nlgfP^B\
indicating that the intelligence of Fair Deal mT"J|
fending New Deal accomplishment againU a *"
move to dislodge it. ,
MO SPMOCMS Aft HAur NKfSSAfY
jx of yeur sddrssi
I SUPPOSE principally the crux of yeur address ei
that the New Deal Fair Deal is ne leaMsr a rtB*"-^i
that the achievements of the Roosevelt and Trssu*^ ^
now unquestionably integrsted into t ****.. ^g
structure of American society and that the ^"^T^
nce again to assume s preeminent pssstien inj" ^i
nations destiny, must look to other hortssna *~JL*j*t]
As a statement of ambition, it is. at course. "^(Sl
hoped for more "fightin' tslk." and U i this kin ^ ^
have beginning now. There must be n B,"| T**li
dresses to explain what a candidate sssssw. ,*d^T' ^
*ho presume, to an audience, should be *"j"? ^i
mtrUlle. up.^ the public's creduhty and V****
the value of the superficial nsechnjnks of intellec. j
I an aware of these thing.. Governor, hecau* ^
regular column. I am frequently accused of bernl ^
CsutlllMSd *+* A


ist 24. 1956
* eW#c#> rhsrPtm,n
Page 5 A
iters to the Editor
wish Floridian:
culli, wjis c (j u a 11 v enthusiastic,
! about William Kapell. Said he;
"There was intensity about William
, Kapell, an eager restlessness that
i passion for music that was fright- gripped his listeners ... He was
a poet and virtuoso at the early age ;
of 14."
Mr. Mindlin. I am sorry to say. is
entirely wrong in saying that my
nephew does not rank with the
m, in his Interesting ening. He could- sit at the piano
jl See It." this week hour after hour, oblivious to what
meeting he had in was going on around him. It was as
|r years ago with my if the sound of music created an
late concert pianist hypnotic spell about him. and
pell, who met a tragic whether it was sound made by him- truly great artists such as Hof~
Heath in a plane s.-lf or sound listened to made little man'n, Lhevine and Rachmaninoff,
cturned from a con- essential difference. When music Be surpassed Hofmann and Lhe-
tustralia. Mr. Mindlin was heard nothing else mattered, vine before he was 20 years old.
lie character and geni- Willy knew bettter than anyone of course. I dare not say that In-
to the detriment of else when he was at fault and equalled the great Russian.
readily admitted it. But when he j one noted music critic did com-
ent during the many was in top form and yet unjustly pare William Kapell with Rachma-
ifo gifted young men criticized, it pained and tortured ninoff himself, as well as with
Isk and art. Mr. Mind- him. I begged him again and again Horovit/ Claudia Cassidy, of The
his comprehensive to stop reading the reviews after Chicago Tribune, after hearing him
my nephew was tern- his concerts and to stop worrying jn Rachmaninoff's Third Piano
knd a "victim of idol- about what some envious critics Concerto, at Ravinia, wrote the
fdencies." That is true.' said about him. The really great following:
fiery temperament music critics had nothing but | "No one who heard it will forget
Je great dynamic pian- praise for the dazzling and fiery that performance. With it Kapell
pianist. And here is where I want moVed into the company of Horo-
[we called himhad a to take real exception to what Mr. vjtz and Rachmaninoff himself,
Mindlin wrote. "No critic worth his wno alone had conquered the cita-
salt," writes Leo Mindlin, "will say ^el of that strange concerto, which
today that William Kapell ranked is cneap uniess u is magnificent,
with the truly great pianists." I
Jewish Floridian:
My moved to see Hilary
great music
(view of my father's can mention many
ers in her July 20 book critics who considered him as one
of the very greatest pianists of our
CANTO* JACOB COlOf Affl
Gables Prepares
For High Holy Days
Coral Gables Jewish Center is
He forged the full splendor of the
score from his amazing equipment,
, ... T u preparing for High Holy Day serv-
of poetry and fire, of impishness ? "" ;- /L kJL vr
Monticello Adds
Staff Members
Congregation Monticello Park
Wednesday announced the addition
to its staff of Cantor Jacob Gold-
farb. Spiritual leader Rabbi Isaac
Lerer said Cantor Goldfarb will of-
ficiate at Mussaf services, assisted
by Oscar Petranka.
Meanwhile, air conditioning is in
the process of being installed at th<>
Center, Rabbi Lerer revealed, and
will be ready for use during the
High Holy Days beginning the eve-
ning of Sept. 5.
Tickets are available beginning
Monday evening between 7 and 9
p.m.
New additions to the Monticello
Park faculty have also been an-
nounced. Victor Israel, Lowell
Fisher and Cantor Goldfarb join
the religious school staff.
Mrs. Roslyn Seidel and Mrs.
Gladys Diamond are now on the
Sunday school staff, and Mrs.
Helen Brower, Mrs. Rebecca Kay
and Miss Martha Classman will
take up new duties at the Nursery
school.
I and blazing technique. He con-
she caught the spirit time. | jured its curious fragrance by coax-
|h understanding that I; Take, for instance. Robert Bagar, ing from the piano its loveliest
ideed to have this re- i brilliant critic and author of the sonKs -
I splendid book, "Concert Compan- j The aDOve by a nationally known
Bry much like to have ion." In the New York Evening old musjc critic bears out my con-
extra copies, so that I Telegram, March 24, 1944, he tention that Leo Mindlin has under-
jthem to a few people wrote: "Mr. Kapell is a sensa-|rated tne genius of William Kapell.
Ilreasure them as I do,
brother.
JSTINE WISE, POLISH
lew York City
ices to usher in the New Year.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Cantor
Irving Robinson and Robert Strass-
burg, music director, have chosen
for this year liturgical music to be
sung by an augmented choir of 12
voices.
Starting with the midnight serv-
lational President,
American Jewish
Congress
tional pianist. He has everything. | My nephew, as Mr. Mindlin ad- \ ice Saturday. Sept. 1. Rabbi Skop
prodigious technique, wonderful mjts achieved "a personal kind of [ will present a series of sermons for
gifts in producing all the tonal artistic victory" when he turned .each High Holy Day cycle,
hues and volumes, a legato that from the popular numbers the | unusual feature of the High Holy
spins like velvet." public acclaims to the classics |Days will be the Rosh Hashona and
Mr. Bagars co-Mthor of the which he loved % |Yom Kippur children's services,
Concert Companion," Loui Jn hjs Jast leUer tQ me hc wrote: with two.youth choirs drawn from
vtrs no,
1,000 Loan to United Appeal
rs Support of Eight Local Banks
/
**
i
"I am working on a divinely beau- the Sunday and Sabbath schools,
tiful Schubert sonata, and shall j First service for young people
play two Mozart concertos this year wju j^ presented on Rosh Hashona
in concert. The Schubert sonata afternoon at 3:30 p.m. by the Sun-
is absolutely transcendent in its ] day school choir. Second youth
purity and simplicity. And what a service for the congregation. Sab-
sad end had this noble genius!" i Dath and Hebrew schools will be
Poor Willy Shortly after, | performed by the Sabbath school
came his own tragic, violent end .. cnoir on Friday, Sept. 7, at 3:30
People who heard him will never ip_m#
forget his sensitve face, his won-j __*--------------------------
derful hands and his shock of un-1 ,
ruly black hair. He loved the pia- \M06tMig DUO rVednesoay
no. loved his music and loved the hBSt gummer meeting of Bikur
people he played to. He never
tired of giving encores, sometimes
as many as ten. He was a born arti-
ista very great artistand will
be long remembered by music lov-
ers the world over.
DR ABRAHAM WOLFSON
^OONO
Cholem Kosher Convalescent Home
of Greater Miami will take place at
Kneseth Israel Congregation on
Wednesday noon. Hostesses are
Mrs. Ida Moro, Mrs. Ray Benjamin
and Mrs. M. Eisenstein.
ner, treasurer of Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
adds his signature to Federation president Howard
Bh) on check to UJA for $550,000. Federation director
B. Rosenberg looks on.
loan of $550,000 to the
lish Appeal by eight lo-
kas been completed here
Greater Miami Jewish
K;ine, Federation presi-
Wednesday that "the
of a national drive by
Jewish Appeal to secure
from 100 American
es for support of urgent
programs in Israel.
Is of the UJA loan proj-
utilized to accelerate
>f its constituent agen-
-build Israel's economy,
th Africa refugees and
its democratic way of
the nation can go for-
sedom and peace," Kane
rner, treasurer of the
liami Jewish Federation,
Federation's apprecta-
committee spearheaded
4ax Orovitz and Leonard
Mch was instrumental in
lie important loan and
[finalize the negotiations.
gating banks in the new
include Bank of Dade
Sank of Miami Beach,
National Bank, Coral
IrM National Bank, First
[Bank of Miami. Mercan-
nal Bank, North Shore
Pan-American Bank of
was revealed by agency officials,
and appreciation was also express-
ed to the Dania Bank and the Mia-
mi National Bank "for their readi-
I ness to cooperate in thjs communi-
[ty project."
This is the second gigantic loan
project launched by Federation on
behalf of the L'JA in the past two
years. In 1954, a $750,000 loan was
negotiated through five local banks
to aid Israel's acute economic and
rehabilitation program.
The current $550,000 loan to the
UJA. shared by the eight commer-
cial banks of Greater Miami, will
be repaid by Federation over a pe-
riod of four years.
Hebrew Day Nursery Opened
By Agudath Israel Institute
A Hebrew day nursery for chil-
dren from three to five years will
be inaugurated at Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute starting Oct. 1,
spiritual leader. Rabbi Isaac Ever
said Wednesday.
According to Rabbi Ever, the
Hebrew day nursery "will also
solve a problem for working or
middle class people who are not in
a position to pay the price for such
schools. The fee will be very nom-
inal," he explained.
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ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY
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.JDATH ISRABL. 7W1 Carlyle
[OrthoeWx. RabW If* Svr.
1-10 p.m. Saturday :30 a.m.
Cult "f IHjatl In Our Jrwiah
iviu Kchenker will b.-
I KIlMlllOl.
*
SHE EMIS. 2343 Cor.l Way.

TH DAVID. 2425 SW 3rd ave.
trvative. Rbbl Yaakov Rosen-
Cantor William W. LipMM.
. i;. p.m. Srrnion: "Crime and
i,r nl." Saturilay 9 a.m.

TH EL. 500 SW 17th eve. Or-
. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
I Cantor Louis GartetiHeus.

TH EMETH. 12201 NW 7th
Conservative.
*
TH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
. Rabbi H. Lewis Rott-
I .-.iiunUy HM a.m.
[,, ill, Urllevlac Jew."
*
TH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
)rthodox. Rabbi Aria Backar.
i p m. S.itunlny KS0 a.m.
I .-11,| 1. ta and ln-

rH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava.
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
TH JACOB. 301-311 Washing
|ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
S a in
\\.. [ I "ii ."
I
IAL GABLES CENTER. 320
no ava. Libaral. Rabbi Morris
Cantor Irving Robinson.
1:4! i..ii: "Hook of
Boat of Ionian,

ItAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Max Shapiro. Cantor Sanv
-iberg.
m .if \v, >t \li-
ool. T'li'.'i Cfiral
not KaHh nut rav."

IGLER GRANADA. 50 NW
Conservative. Rabbi Loo
l> in S ifunlnv 9 a SB,
1 -i> "kiiik I iiiW'll fl Kill
itlon."
a
>REW ACADEMY. 918 6th
rthedox. Rabbi Alexander
Saturday a.m.
. r.n don." m n ha
-EAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
go way. Conservative. Hab-
it Rackovsky.
4ESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Homestead. Conservative.
Gerlz officiates.

[XYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
'tonroe st., Hollywood. Con-
ive. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

LLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv
Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
ah Heilbraun.

IELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
r. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
Halavsky. Cantor Samuel
W ii m. Saturday S:30 a.m.
"Weekii I'urtlun "

ESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
|Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Cantor Abraham Soil.
I' in Saturday :J0 a.m.
0:30 ji.iii.

JDERDALE EMANU-EL.
Andrews ava., Ft. Lauder-
Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Elul 17 5:58 pan.
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "The EUeaa*
iiixH of HfliKiciis i.iviim." Saturday
a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berolo Kelemer.
Friday (:M pin. Saturday It M a.m.
S.-iiiian: "Men ami Machine*."

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13430
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Honry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
New.
Friday Inl p.m.

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
m Saturdaj 8 IS e.m
Kai Mllivah Mi hard, Ron ol
'''ii Mi; r. Sermon: "\v,
ii."
*
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CBN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform.
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
i Ida | 10 p in ami > -i". a in. B*r-
mon: "what the Creator Expect* of
Man."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ben Grossberg.
I TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
' Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Friday S p.m. Saturday 9 am. S. r-
mon. "Weekly Portion."

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
I-11'la v 8:13 p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re-
form.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Wax man.
IVIilay S-16 p.m. Sinnon: "tevmlmlM
ami I'rarrfr-r-ft of lh,- HlRti Ho!v I >.
Salunluy 9 a.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantx.
Friday 1:10 p.m. Bermoo: "Return
to the Spiritual Home." Saturday :i
a.m. Hermon: "Betweea Two Nation-
al Convention!!."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
nil.iv t:it p.m. Saturday 1:10 a.m.
Sermon: "Tn* Jew It Cull
i" the Altar: .!...< ph .v,i<.n.
Mr. and Mr*. Robi rl Robin on: Jai kle,
il.iilKlH.r ,,f Mi. anil Mm. Joi-I I',,Inn
Beth Jacob Plans Talmud Curriculum
Beth Jacob Congregaton will
open registration Sept. 1 for a
school curriculum specializing in
Talmudic training.
Rabbi Tibor 8tern announced the
formation of the school Wednes-
day. Purpose of the curriculum, he
said, will be to offer Greater Miami
students the opportunity of con-
tinuing their studies without hav-
ing to leave the city for other
Yeshivoth.
All high school and college stu-
dents with previous training in
Talmud are eligible, Rabb Stem ex-
plained. To launch the school, a
course in Talmud will be offered
twice each week.
ORtN CLEARANCE S0VGHT
Continued from Page 1 A
months ago, Mr. Oren repudiated
a confession which he had signed
prior to the trial, conviction and
execution of Communist leader
Rudolf Slansky. He has since de-
manded that his reputation be
"rehabilitated," insisting that he
had never.done anything to harm
the Communist government of
Czechoslovakia.
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Anti-Israel Elements Get Severe Rubuke at Demos' Confab
W, wPport Israel and thai
Chic
ANTMsrael elements were
handed their severest rebuke
in American political history bj
the Democratic platform commit-
Anti-Zionists sought to use pub-
lic hearings ol the platform
mittee to disseminate
propaganda. A lit """-
duced alleging that U.S. support
rael was responsible for the
Suez debacle and Communist
penetration of the Arab world.
Testimony was given by P
dent clarence I.. Coleman, Jr of
the anti-Zionist "American Coun-
cil tor Judaism." and Alfred \1
Lilienthal, spokesman for a pro-
Arab front group.
Lilienthal wa s originally allo-
cated 10 minute- in which to tes-
tify it was the same amount of
time initii i to others. But
Lilienthal demanded 53 minutes.
I hairman 'John W Met ormack
informed Lilienthal that he would
ii chance to express
his views but would not be allow-
ed to "dictate" to the commitee
M (Cor mack, a Massachusetts
Democrat, is House Majority
Leader.
Whea Lilienthal finished
incitement for the abandonment
,. ,... ,..,., i dignified com-
mittee member arose He was
\. Bender, a delegate to the
convention from Porto Rico Ben-
iiez said that Port.. Rico
vote against anj such plai
proposed by Lilienthal He ex-
plained that Porto Rico bad the
"greatest admiration" for Israel
mittee members and the au-
dience applauded vigorously.
Lilienthal sought to replj by
shrieking that he himsell
\i th^ point McCormack
termed Lilienthal's injection of
religion in this w.,\ a- irrelevant
and un-American He indi-
cated he felt Lilienthal to be an
,,r who came to the conven-
tion with a "provocative intent"
Coleman. the other anti Israel
witness tried to raise i question
of dual loyalty of American Ji M -
and attempted to turn the Demo-
crats against Israel Chairman
Met i nn.uk a-k.'.i it the basis ol
Coleman's dual loyalty" premise
was correct The chairman indi-
cated he felt it completely con-
sistent with the American nation-
al interest that Americans
Israel----------
jg V ITff.t V SiULOU
Vigorous Battle for Reform Services
Jerusalem
NEVER -ince a Spanish '
proposed holding a bull
in Israel, have lhe country'* reli-
ready to
take up cudgel- for a caus .i- to-
son: holding Reform
i ;n Jerusalem.
Ii ted -ome time ago
wher Mi Ison Glueck, :
dent oi the Hebrew Union Col-
in Cincinnati, proposed set-
>! ot archaeology m
Jerusalem. A noted .int..
who like- to spend his tree time
rchaeologii treas ire hunts
.n the barn n vastness ol 'he
ped \. -' l'i : Glueck
wanted to set up an institute tor
hi- student- who would come
from the I S These students
would all be member- of the Re-
ie and a- such they
nt ''i hold service, in
the manner in which they were
accustomed.
The site selected for the school
is near the King David hotel, a
short distance from no-man's
land, and offering a panoramic
oi the brooding walla of the
Old City. Erecting the building
would help to relieve Jerusalem's
chronic unemployment situation
while adorning the capital with
another centre which would at-
tract world wide attention, espe-
cially m the light ol the great
amount ol archaeological work
ken here bj m
When the Jerusalem Municipal
Council which also -it- a- the Lo-
cal Town Planning ( ommission,
cone tn discuss granting a license
fur the building, it got cold let
and began a -en.- oi delaying
i The application wa- shut
tied back and forth No one dared
to bring it out in the open and
r propose t>> accept it or re-
ject it
The reason for this wa simple.
The Jerusalem Municipal Coun-
cil, headed by Mayor Gershon
'i. i- run by a coalition of re-
i- ami labor parties, both
about equally stn" i labor
parties, who were willii
prove the license, dared not .1 > so
against the strung objections of
the religious parti.-- who clearly
intimated that the) would
.-I- by quitting the coalition.
They received the outspoken and
unqualified support oi the two
Chiel Rabbis, Rabbi Herxo
bi Nissim, a- well a- the rank
and file oi all the religious par-
ties.
gun ive.
v., or David Lawrence of Pitta-
burgh, al....."the p'atform I
,ed that Lilienthal had
abandoned in- own people '"
mayor saw nothing wrong
Jewish interest in
In tact Lawrence expressed pn.le
in being an honorarj United Jew-
ish Appeal chairman and -oiling
Israel bond- In addition to ac
tivelv supporting the In-h inde-
pendence movement Lawrence
moved the committee bj recalling
,. plight of the refugee ship
Exodus*' and the suffering of
jewi because lhe> had no land
oi their own
Rep. John K. Mo- Jr. Califor-
nia Democrat, expressed displeas-
ure that Coleman took the con
mittee'l time Other Democrat-,
commenting after conclusion of
the bearing, accused Lilienthal
.| Coleman of sanctimonious
hypocrisj it wa- pointed out
that the anti-Zionist groups, like
the ACJ, Injected themaelves into
politics by publiclj congratulat-
ing Secretary of State Dulles and
President Eisenhower for policies
and moves welcomed by the anti-
Zionista. But when pro isia.-i or-
ganizations expressed themselves,
the issues oi 'political pressure"
and "loyalty" were raised
Anti Zionist activities b.re
backfired badly The ACJ was al-
read) on weak grounds because
oi the recent resignation of one
,,| it- founder-. Rabbi Irving t
Ri;, hen ol san Francisco The
group was further repudiated by
resolutions adopted by the three
i rabbinical groups ortho-
dox I onserv itive, and Helormed.
h all this did not detract lrom
Itatttt ol the ACJ, it came to
i bicago with it- statements -ur-
porting Republican foreign policy
in the Middle Last a matter of
public record
Adlai Stevenson's supporters
pointed to his statement that Wo
cannot meet Russian action in the
Middle East with inaction They
deliver the arm- ol war do !
with extraordinar] speed We
must counter just as quickly .
to restore an equitable balai
aim- strength which will restrain
aggressive military action .
ON THE
nil mi mi spun
TH/J IS "StAll. ThseaVe
let f
New Yarki PhiU*plikal Library. $3.75. **<
Subtitled "Palestine: Yesterday. Today and TomorrnwikJ
by Drs Huebener and Veaa is a quick tour through the land ofi
in.r. in terms of time than of area, but then there is a great ^3
time than area. Both men are eminently qualified to servt *.
11, \o.s is perhaps known to many readers as the present
of the executive council of the American Christian Pataw
mittee and author of "The Palestine Problem Today;- n,
has served as Consultant for the State Department in
Program in Occupied Germany, recently made an intensive $
of Drael, and is author of more textbooks than I have space t<7^
-ivteen. if you care to count.
Part of the book is devoted to ancient Israel and Paleitun
the Moslems, and forms a fast survey from the days of
through the mid-1800's. While the early part of this sectioni
turb those who find it difficult to think of the Bible in any ball
terms, others. I am sure, will be fascinated by the historical i
live put on the Pentateuch by this breezy, factual run througk ij
this process, sometimes called Higher Criticism (of the Baj
translating legends and symbolism back into their onginil I
ha- always served to heighten the validity of the Torah, riiatl
to weaken it.
There follows a chapter on the development of Zionism i
final attainment of the Jewish State. The author- are rather i
the British; they neglect to mention, for lastance, thai Jag]
the British gave up the Mandate, they went around and qutetlyi
all the surrounding Arab States, and that, far from their troastlj
"quickly removed from Palestine." they saunter. .1 lei>urel> i
th. North, waiting for the Arabs to move in from the South
however, inclusions of another nature which take the stag)
such omissions the little known story of Klierer Ben YrsskJ
example, who was largely responsible for making Hebrew ihel
..I Israel.
A discussion of modern Israel and her problems en-ue.1
book, aside from one or two small statements. ,. exceptioniM
and. indeed, praiseworthy of Israel. "It la evident, then, th
mall land displays a remarkable cultural activity in all
several of them far above the average of Western nations..
Christian, too. must rejoice that this land has been re-toredtol
ness must be glad that this people which h,.- -ullered sol
ably at the hands of the Gentiles has at last come into Us onj
for the Moslems, who share its blessings through the higheri'
ol living, it ought to be an example of what can l>e accomp
the entire Middle East "
The authors close with an excellent point in .li-cussm|l
that twice the West has tried to move Into the Fast, and i
repulsed, they note that "The Jew is a Semite. Judaism
the East I- not the Jew. with his long sojourn in the wi
contributions to Western civilization, in" the best position to al
mediator' Cannot Israel produce the synthesis oi Westerni
and Oriental philosophy, of European progress an.I Asiatic f
which i- so much needed in the Middle East?
An excellent trip, th.s little bookwell worth your us*
SAM L CAttSOX
Bigger Than Both of Us, Dag Wants to Tell United Hal
nmmitT a. u ft
U.S. Audiences to Meet Veit Harlan
Hollywood
IN the very near future. Ameri-
can movie audience- will en-
counter the cinematic creat
ol Veit Harlan. whose poisonous
dud Sue-- way back in 1340
helped to increase the pogrom at-
mo-phere of Germany and set the
stage to the ma-- extermination
of European Jewry.
Harlan s motion pictures were
banned by the Allied Military
Government immediately after
surrender, but. nonetheless, the
film director managed to creep
back into p r o d u c t i o n In the
meantime, all of his Nazi-made
pictures, with the exception ol
"Jud Suess," have been re-n .
ed
During my brief ttay in Berlin
early in 1955 no le~. than three
ol Harlan picture.. Die Gol-
dene Stadt." Gofangene de
hardascha" and "Sterne ueber
Colombo." made during World
_War II. were presented in the
Western sector of theTity. aH~of
them starring the director's wife,
the Swedish renegade Kri&tina
rbaum. She also appeared
prominently with Werner Krau--.
Ferdinand Marian and Heinrich
.- m "Jud Sues-; y deliber-
ate distortion of the Lion Peucht-
wanger novel made b) Terra
Films, then under direct sponsor-
ship of the German government
Veit Harlan. who started his
career as an actor, was a protege
of Leopold Jeaaner, the late .
stage director and manager ol the
Prussian State Theatre- before
Hitler ro-e to power Harlan
thanked hi- mentor by disposing
him as a Jew at the advent ot
Nazism In addition, he early-
showed hi- anti-Semitic fervour
bj -lapping a fellow actor, Fritz
Kortn.r. because the colleague
had dared to look at his wife, bet-
ter one of his wives, at that time
the actress Hilde Koerber.
Such is the film director Veit
Harlan whose pictures have been
purchased by a leading Holly-
wood company to be released in
this country with dubbed in Eng-
lish language dialogue.
I'nite.l Nations
CAST of Eden Sir Anthony, that is stands the
So./ Astride the big ditch stands Col Gamal
Adbel Nasser On the side stands Israel, too smart
to -a> I Told You So but meaningfully implying
Just that And in the middle stands the United
Nations Lor the Sue/ i- ., IN i--iie Let there hi
no mistake about that point It is lack of action at
the IN on the part of the Hi.: PoWtn or worse.
action- encOUl -s.r and bis Aral) I-eague
junta that spilled the canal almut the ears of a
Confused and confounded West
Every one here remendx-r- the Secuntv Coun-
cil's resolution of September, 1981, calling foi free
passage ol all through the Buei (anal, it
i- worth stopping I moment now to recall SOBM of
the details attendant upon that resolution Israel
had proposed the measure urael had complained
nst Egypt'i illegal blockade of laml-bound
shipping. But the re-option which Israel dialled
HOIUS SMOLAil
at the time, and which was passed by the<
did not restrict its "freedom oi passage
Israel only
It was sad here to watch SecretaryGeami
Hammarskjold treadinR the Sue: <",'73
tiously at the first press conference besssj
Nasser's explosive action. Questions weiti
Mr Hammarskjold. but the wen mm
an admission that, thus far. the ?'*'*?
the Suez issue away from the I >' JTJJ
specifically what he was doing withJW"J
Suez Canal issue, the Secretary-Genera
"We are still, as you know, at a er>
the development of this story < ,,reVl
of vrrv acute negotiations At thi- F* ,1
it would be premature for me to inter* j
What Mr Hammarskjold was -a>'n *
although his English usage rarely em|
American vernacularwas thi-: __w
alone; this is bigger than both ol u-
The Ups and Downs of Voting Tendencies Since Pres-lj
ADLAI Stevenson, when he was Democratic
candidate Ir President in 1952. told a cheering
Jewiah crowd In Boston that Jews make the best
'";" EXSCUJ 4.1 yean earlier Pre-iden
hear, hold over the Jews ,n half a century t
shift grew unusually large ,n 1932 and 93fi Jhf.n
Jews-parallelling the nation as a uh ,le T.^h
heavily lor Kranklin D. Roosevelt ^" ***
It reached the highest point in ljuo anH iq-.
jrtenM out of every 100 Jewn ^%%
Institute
Jewish
according to the American
Opinion, voted for Roosevelt
strength diminished slightly m ""-s-gj
combined Truman -Berkley vote was j
rote for F"*
in Jewish districts as the vn
lour years before. ^-tu
Jews voted heavily for Ivm0JH ,
n'
New York. Chicago and Boston
over the country. However. ,nerVfIlaei]
feet ion in the 182 Presidential r^^
portion of every element of tradi .
strength switched to Eiaenhower ^
75 percent of American Jer> rei
in 1952* .
A variety of studies offer no en* j
continued Democratic strength of
of the Eisenhower landslide


tqusl 24, 1956,
*JmlstinrMton
Paa> n #1

Lee Ad
:y Scheduled
iM. Lee, formerly vice
rl manager of the Mia-
f MacManua, John and
, national advertising
Ibloomfield Hills, Mich.,
the- Alfred I. duPont
ira occupied by that
ll. Lee will begin offer-
ding service in his own
lie also revealed that he
m additional office in
ini account. Lee-said, is
National Bank and
tiny, now celebrating Its
Irsary. Frozen Food Di*,
Jacksonville will also'
new agency for first
he said,
rated that he has re-
kn Personnel, national-
Chicago employment ,-,.,. 11K-
n simnlv department hlack and LAWRENCE p itck-
marketing specialists. ,,,, a pan American hi'sinkss
In ranidlv staff the larg- <",i'"i:'rr\rriKs b-.tj n.w 2nd
Id rapmiy sian wra wsraj Avt,nue Mjlim| n., ,,.,, ,.,. dU.
on short notice. HOW- solved by mutual coneent from and
otont Florida advertis- ,"'r ,h* ,6,M ''">' "f Aosust, l5.
elent riortaa aave u. A|| i||i||tH d||(, ^^ im| ,,,.v;,,,!..
receive first call, he by the u,m im,. rirm win be inumud
|and paid for by the remalnlnc partner,
JOrTS BLACK, who will continue to
.own in Florida since carry on the mid buali i the
,own in riuii fbrmer m.......I PAN IMKRK'AN
jh work with the Miami business dpporti-nitips
Miami Dailv News and; JOHN black and
Mla',' ,,"!' LAWRENCE I- PL'CKETT. .III.
station WQAM, Lee RARNBTT PELTZ
Attoi Tit-\ f-H i
it:;:' s \v Ith si.
|i)tp(i ihii icth day <>f Auftnt, ISM.
v i :u 1/7*14
KtnroN ui
LSGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO AM. To whom THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Wild CHS,
MORTON ROTHENBERO,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
I'llll.lP V. SALMON
MIAMI BEACH, FI.ORIDA
I. ERIC I7EEE.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
did on the Mh -lay of July, A.D. in".'..
l,i he Incoi |i provlalona of Chaptei MM, rlarlda Bta-
tuti THIRTY-SIX-MITY THIKTY-
TWO CORP., a corporation, with Its
principal place of business at- Miami
Beach, Dade c>nnt\, in tin- Btata of
n
..f
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROBERTS MI Sir CENTER, at 4943
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name ,.f
BANYAN BAR, at 1680 .Coral Way,
Baat Fourth Avenue. Hlaleah. Klorlda. | Miami, Ma., Intends to register aald
Inlenda to register said name with the name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I >adt- Court of Hade County, Morlda.
County, Florida.
HELEN MARIE ROSE,
Sole owner
I'.Win M. GONSHAK
Attol iii-v for Applicant
B/10-17-I4-31 ___________^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und.r the fictitious name of
rida, and whereaa the-atockhnlders PRAMB TECHNICAL INSTITUTE,
such corporation did on the 18th | at Miami, Klorlda. intends to register
daj or August, a,i> lnr.ti. cause to !" aud name with tba clerk of the dr-
ifted hi the office of the k< lit Court of Dade County, Florida
State of ti; stiit.- of Plorida. a i.'ou. I fiia.mi:, inc. (A Ha. Corp.)
sent of all the siockholrii 'he HARRY H TE1TELMAN
proviHlons of said Chapter fli, Florida. | Attorney for Afl'licant
Statutes, slibwlng the dissolution of :"! BNcajrne Bhlg.
LEGAL NOTICE
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that t lie
heretofore subsisting lie-
the undersigned. JOHN
kigan in 1942. first with
and Rvan. agency for
Ken with MacManus. ris-
years from part time
to an officer of the
largfd with the direc
mlti million dollar ad
Dow Chemical.
Vows Curb
ib Campagin
led from Paoa 1 A
K the riant* of Ameri-
Ihroughout the world"
Inert in a 700-word state-
|i;ii B'rith. Klutznick nre-
[statement to the B'nal
ninistrative committee.
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 323C2
RE ESTATE "I
I.A WREN! 'E Jl INES, I '' :. I
.NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
I NOTICE li hereby given thai I have
filed my final report and petition for
I Kinal I 'I- hai Ix of the
itfl oi LAWRENCE JONES, de-
ceased: and thai on the Mth da) of
Sept., l''". .11 apph lo the Honor-
able W I-' I'.I.WToN. County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
| of said final report and for final .!
i.iniL'e ai ExeVutrta of the eatata of
I NAWRENCE Jl i.VEH, tie. eased
Thin Wfh da> of August, l.VI
i.h.i.ii: m \c i< iNES Executrix
.- r \Nl.EY l' CAIDU4
; Attorn*) for Executrix
tie Bid*., Miami, Ma.
- '24-31 D 7-14
such corporation
Now. therefore, the Secretary' of
State does hereby qertlfy to Ibe fore-
going and that hi ed 'bat the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto set mv hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, tba
Capital, this the Sixteenth da) of
August, A 11. llM
It. A. liltAY. Secretary of State
f8EAL>)
S/24/58
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underatcned, deatrlni to encase In
business under the fictitious name of
uri.KSTHEAM REALTY, at :.::' N.E.
77th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerlt
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
r .la.
ERNEST W I.IKI'TKH, Sole Owner
A. c LOWERY
AH,,i n,x f,,r Aiipllcant
. :'i-:il y 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
s under the fictitious name of
RELIABLE RESERVATIONS \NI>
T< il'RS, ai I1S7 Mfth Street Miami
Beai h, 11 irlda, Irtti ndi to n
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I'ole County. Florida.
P. ESS IE RACHMAN
MBLVIN i RICH \i:i' Attorney
s'_'7 Lincoln ltd Miami llea, h, I'la
|/"4-1 '.'7-11
8 H'-i,--24-:il
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underahjited, dealrlns to em-
Dtiatneaa under the fictitious name of
RALEIGH HOTEL CIOAR BTAND,
at liaieich liot.i, 1777 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, Morlda. intend to reels
ter said name with the Cli-k of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Morlda
111 ['ill.I'll SCHBK,
Partner. !>''< Interest
SALLY BCHBR,
Partner. 7",'; Int. I
ItoHERT A. KANTKIL
Attorney for Rudolph Si her and
Bally Bcher
1/ 17-J1-31 9/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
njiav rruBotinrf at ramn ,np undersigned, desiring to engage In
n-aay meeiing ll camp liu,|n, under the rictlllou- name of
here. PKTROIJBl'M HOLDING COMPANY
01 Im i. al S48 raindis,,. Coral
ions abroad, and par- umlea, Florida, Intend to reglMex
name \v ilh the Cl.i k of the Circuit
Court of fside Countv. Klorlda.
JOSEPH KREPET7
RnHERT MANN, Sole Owners
Ki:SSI.ER A CARS
Attorneys for Aptdb-ants
17XJ W. Klagler Street
s/i'i-ni 9/7-14
I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE>
(he undersigned. desliinL- to ,iil--:ir, in
neas undi r Hie fictitious nan
KING CAKE SHOP DELICATES-
SEN, al 1SJ', S.W. Slh Street. lSt'l
s\v. Mh Street, ttU Weal Mailer,
1011 n \v 7th street. Miami, i-'i.....la.
Intend! to register said name with
k ol the Circuit i 'ourt of Hade
County Klorlda.
MILTON PIKARST (So.....wn.t)
EI'CE.NE IIKIMAN
Attorney for Applicant
rmi Seybold ItuildlKng
I/24-S1 9/7-14_______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iindei slmied, desiring to engage in
under the fictitliiUH name of
TROPICAL LAY HOTEL *. APTS.,
a! I'.id* Countv. Klorida. intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JADONA, inc., B..... Owners
MARX FARER
Attorney for Applicant
112 Congress Bldg.
8/17-24 :: I I 7 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi i'n.,1. desiring i" ensace in
business under the flctitloui n
CADILLAC QUALITY CLEANERS,
at r.:i* n. \\ :id Ave.. intend to reg-
ister said name uitii the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Had.- County, Florida.
HARRY SPRING,
FANNIE BPRlNO, Bole Owners
8 S-10-17-LM
PHILIP A. LANOtiFORD,
Sole i iwner
KESSLKR > CARS
Attornevs for Applicant
I7W \Y magler St.
s I7-J4-1 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,.f
M W TAVERN, al lat N VV 7th
Avenue. Miami. Ma., intends lo reais-
ald name with the Clerh of t*">
Circuit Court of Made County, l-'iorids.'
MARY CANN. Hplf Owner
KBSSI.ER A- CARS
Attnriiev*. for Apullsnnt
178S W. .Klagler St,
8/1T-24-31 t 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Ih> undersigned, desiring to engage In
fictitious name of
DANNY'S INFERNO, at 721 N. B. let"
Avenue. Miami, Florida
DANIEL PANITZ, Sob- owner
ki:ssi.i:k \ cars
Attorneys for Apollcant
IT81 W Flagler St.
8/17-24-31 9/7 _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
, ss under the fictitious name of
in KAN SPRAY HOTEL at 411" Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Reach. Honda,
Intends to leiilster said name wilh the
Clerh of the Circuit Court of Pade
countv. Florida.
sinskt HOTEL CORPORATION,
' ]". i la Corp.
JOSEPH PARDU
An,,i m x for Applicant
t?i Plaxa Riag.
x I"-17 -I
>se in the countries of
6rld, are under standing
to bear in mind the
of this matter to the
,hc United States," Dul-
Btement to B'nai B'rith,
Kbuted the restrictions
Tab Israel dispute. "In
tries where, as a result
sline conflict, the dis-
policies are of recent
siiid. "we have been
ke headway in obtaining
Jion or removal of regu-
practices discriminat-
American citizens."
Ided: "I assure you we
these efforts in other
lalnni; several lines, in-
Irmal diplomatic action,
ptipt to reduce tensions
of the Palestine hostili
raise standards of social
nt and human under-
let an- said that the State
Its efforts to curb Arab
linn against American
[ohxiously circumscribed
lamental principle that
stales have the right to
affairs in such manner
Mn to be in their own
uonal law and practtflc
(In fundamental right of
,n slate to determine
id under what conditions
enter its territory. In
i tii>. problem, then, we
to recognize that any
this country to force
on a foreign nation
[ ccinsidered intervention
italic affairs of that na-
therefore, greatly re-
ST f.ROS k> ,
PAYABLE QUAtTERLY
e
IrJSURED SAVINGS
FEDERAllY CHARTERED
INSTITUTIONS
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED TO
$10,000 BY U.S. GOVERNMENT
AGENCY
INSURED SAVINGS SERVICE
AINSLEY BUILDING
Flegler at First Ave.
MIAMI 32, FLA., PHONE 9-7976
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY r.IVEN Hint
the undersigned, de-ninii to enanKc in
business under the fictitious name of
BETTER RI'SINEFS PROMOTION,
at ::'.'! N W. 4th Street, intends 10
n-nlstcr said nam* with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dad* < ..unty.
K,"'ida- HAROLD MARTIN
RICHARD E. flERJJTEIN
Attnrncv for Harold Martin
8 17-J4-31 9/7 ____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
th undersiKned, dealrlnc to em
business under the flrtltlou- name .'
HOME Fl'RNITI'RE WAREHOIT8E,
nt 2M9 N. V7. 14th Street. Intends to
reflater snid name with the Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalsned, dealrlna tn ensase In
business under the flctlHoul name of i
KTTI'RKS BAR, at m N W Mth,
l. Miami, Florida, intends to iea-1
Is'er said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pade County. Florida
Ml:s EDNA H i "AKLEY,
s,,ie Owner
B \RNCTi' PELTZ
17SS s W Ith Street
Attorney for Applicant
8/3-10-;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT- COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 192959
AIU.INK CAROL FRIEDBERO,
,'lff.
vs.
LEON FRIEDRERi I I fendant.
TO LEON FRIEDBERO
:.'-::'.' \v Itnd st Brooklyn, N Y
Ton are hereby required to serve .t
ropy .,f on navel to the Bill of
Complaint for Dh..... on the nlantlffi
a.....nej and lo file Ihe oi urinal a-
;n Hi. office of the Clart of th
,|t Court on or before the 17th day
of September, \ O. IM otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint fot I'n on hi
tofore filed herein, win be taken as
confessed by vou.
lilted It Miami. Florida, this the
l'Ull daj I '"''
I' B LBATHFJRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit curt.
I r,,|e County. Florida
fClrenrt Pourt Real)
r \l c. GREEN, Deputy Clerk
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
id in Ik.
S 17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the under sinned, desirinfr to engage In
business under the fictitious name of 1
Till-: CORRAL, at 4fll> South State I
Rosd No. 7. Hollywood, Florida, In-1
tend* to register the said name with I
the Clerk of the Cireult Conrl of Dade
Countv, Florida.
I>ated nt Miami Reach. Florida, this
30th day of July, 19"
HAROLD .1 OREF.V
MICHAEL LENDINO
TI'RK' Al- NEW14 \\
Attornej for Aiipllcanta
8/3-10-17-24 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
of, business under the fictitious name !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the under -signed, de.ir'n" to .-image In
blislneiaa under the fl,-Hllou* name of
THE KANE COMPANY, at .S4J Sher-
idan Avenue. Miami Reaeh. Florida,
Intends to reclstei I id name with the.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C......U' n",'1", N-. HABER
RICHMOND g. OOLTsBTElN
Attornevs for Applicant
I Lincoln Road lluildliiR _
Miami Bench, Florid i
S/3-10-17-24
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^JspH/*** Rtrldkm
solicits your legal noHc.
W apprclai your
patronage and guarant**
accurate rrlc* at UgaJ
rateM .
Phone FR 4-4366
lor metsMnger Mrvic*
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida _
WILLIAM T Ki'Cll. Sole Owner
MILTON' A FRIEDM \ N
Attorney for Applicant
Kevbdld liblg.
8/17-24-31 >/T_____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna to encase '"
., niid.-i the fictitious name <
K \KI. RUM.IRS. al 777 N, W. T-'nd
Street. Miami. VTorldii. Intends to reg*
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pad.- County. Florida.
PHILIP K MAI'AN. Sole Owner
FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO
Attornevs for Applicant
:,ir, seybold Ride.
8/10-17-24-31__________________^__ _
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersli I '"-" '" '-"-"r' "
business under the fictitious name of
CORAL fl IBLE8 slim: KTORE, at
foil, e ,|e Ll "ll BlVd 'Tal
Intends lo realsti i name
Uith the Clerk o' the Circuit Court
""'"' '"""<1Vl:;"si'...'.NMAN
i:i:ii;i:l a TEITB1 man
.Mi. i tie] for Appllcanl
904 Blacayne Ruilding
R/lfl-17-24-31 _______
CENTRAL TIRE AM' BATTERY
Co., at 1.1S0O N. W. 7th Avenue, M l-
n<-i. Florida, Inteavdi to reaiater mild
name with the Clerk of the I
Court of Ii.ide Countv, Florida.
REAL OIL, INC. (A Ha. Corp.)
R/3-in-17-'-'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslirned, desiring to engage in
business under the fleiltlon mm.- of
LAV AMERICAN RCSINESS OP-
PORTFNITIES, at ""'''72 Northweet Ind
Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intend to reg-
ister Mtld name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Conrl of Dote County. Florida.
JOHN BL V'K. ope ha" li..... LAWRENCE P PUCKETT,
on,- half Int.-,
I' VRVETT I'EI.'i '/
17W Souilnves Ith St Miami. Florida
i. v 'i \],|,!i, ant -
s.J-|n-17-2t ____________^^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tO elitai:, in
business under the ftctltloua name of
TI'CKMAN ',. HI \- IT S'I'i'RE
18 Cintiss Parkway, Virginia |
ns, Morlda, intend* to n
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-,bnajneeis under Ihe 'n-tltbms name or
, t conn of Dade County. Florida. crTLKR RtOOE LIQITOR8 k% 2"I"I
EDWARD TL'CKMAN, owner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
register (the undersigned, desiring Jo engage in
\i \i:x m FABER
, At tornev for Applicant
I4IS Confess Bids,
8/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 192*25
I KATHLEEN HAC8KB, Plaintiff,
inn.ir w HAl'SER, Defendant
ORDER TO APPEAR
TIM' PHILIP W II Ll'SER
I nkiiown. Hie
to serve a copj of youf aflawer to a
inn ,,f Contplalnl 'or dlvon
Plaintiff's attornev Claude \1 I
l-iicler St Miami. Fla.. and
file the original with the i lei k of the
Circuit Coin t on or before the I
jf S.otember. AD IMS, or a default
Hill !., m. r.,1 against you
Dated this 30th day of July. A.D.
E. R. LKXTHKRM \N.
Clerk of Circuit Court
lly: WM W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
5-l-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE, is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, destrina '" eni
ss under the fictitious ru
I'llll.MAi: HARPWARE a.- HOME
Sl'PI'I.IKS, nt 14450 N W. 17th Ave-
nue. Int n,I to reatater said name rth
the cieik .,r Hi,- circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
PHILIP WALLII I
MEYER HARARI :"'.
SIDNEY EKRons. in
Allotn,-v for Applsranta
?ls Shoreland Kids-
S/3-10-17-:i
S Federal Highway. Perrlne, Florida,
Intends to resister said name with the
,,f ihe Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Mi Ids
El.< iltEN'ii: SCHWARTZ. Owner
t'3-10-17-24_________________ n-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the under I .siring tn engage n
inder the fictitious name of
SLEEP L V. at in H L 71 Bl
Miami, Florida. Intend! to reui
. w ith the i ->erk of the Cir-
ri of l 'a', i 'oiini v. I'a.i Ida.
SLEEP MART. INC
B> i President
An,-- Philip i etary
TALIANOFK A \\ M.I.ER
or Sli p Mart, Inc.,
S .1-10-17-21
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Green Stamps. Over one thousand other mer-
chants do too. They and we chose Merchants
Green Stamps for better, more valuable gifts.
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
Lock around as you shop. See the number end
KINDS of dealers and services giving Merchants
Green Stamps. You can get these stamps for just
about ANYTHING you buy. They are all first c!ass
dealers. Give your patronage to them.
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
Saving Merchants Green Stamps ONLY will out
Why be satisfied with little one. two. and three
book .terns of various trading stamp plans when
you can so easily qualify for REALLY MG gSt?
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and talk about
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w SOCIAL I IE I ItJe\wjisIbJBoinildliiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 24, 1956
Section B
Mr*. Dan Rusk in waited in Gotham Town for
the arrival of daughter Andrea on a plane from
Europe before returning to Miami Beach. .
While in New York, she was joined by another
daughter, Mrs. Sam Coolik, who had come up from
a North Carolina vacation before returning to Our
Town. .
ta had been touring the continent with friend Lois Feuer.
Ms to enroll at the University of Miami this month. But
I, will be the destination for Lois. .
[girls are Miami Beach High grads,
kllaneous shower last week honored bride-elect Medelyn
ie home of Miss Barbara Seitlin, 1819 SW 23rd st. .
groom-to-be is Stanley R. Rosenberg, and the couple
married Dec. 22. .
fcsses at the affair, in addition to Barbara, were Marcy
[and Marilyn Edelstein. .
inusually early shower was in anticipation of the girls'
[school and the fact that they won't be back in Miami until
ber holidayspractically on the eve of the wedding. .
lentally, Barbara will be maid of honor.
ling of showers: Wednesday noon was the date of a shower
Irsaillcs hotel in honor of Suzanne Greenbero. .
[Samuel Greenbergs, 620 Escobar, Coral Gables, are the
It's parents, and she'll be married to Howard Silverstein
H. 1 in the Eden Roc. .
Btsei at the lovely affair were Mrs. Nat Beckman, Mrs.
Scheer, Mrs. Maurice Lefcoe and Mrs. Michael Janowitz.
[guests were in attendance. .
lie, whose parents are the Al Silverstein*, is a UM law
ident.
We Go Again Dep't.: The Scheherazade room at the
1st week was the site of a pre-nuptial honoring Florence
whose marriage to Michael Clein is reported in "The
Society" columns this issue. .
jew bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anger-
[Lakeview dr., and hostesses at the affair were Mrs. Burton
Mrs. Jack Gaiter, sisters-in-law. .
is included Mrs. R. J. Clein, her mother-in-law, Mrs. A.
i, Mrs. N. Silver, Mrs. Raymond Foiner, Mrs. I. Klein, Mrs.
ronson, Mrs. Fred Beckman, Miss Nanci Stein, Miss Susan
I and Miss Linda Gartner.
>>>>S
js and Comings: Back from a Caribbean cruise are Mr.
I Charles Greenberg, 840 Michigan ave. Dr. and Mrs.
'ti i-*44 Pinptflgfrgft, tlflYg,^"" ""fjlai V ,ho Myrtle-
?l in Kingston. .Eugene LyonV of Blackstone Flower
fled New York to his itinerary before returnee* to Miami
a business convention in LA. Back from visiting their
line are the Walter Kovners, N. Bay rd. Jeffrey is at
Idroscoggin. High note is that Carol, their daughter,
Completed her summer stint at the Lear Camp. Herman
till in Californianow enjoying the concerts of the Los
hilharmonic. Herman had dinner with noted conduc-
[Solomon, following his appearance there last week. .
[there been talk about showers and pre-nuptials? Wonder
that thought arise?. Well, there was a lovely affair
Pgiers honoring Rhode Berman prior to her marriage to
ivitt-also reported in this issue. .
[bride is a University of Miami alumna and daughter of
Irs. AI Berman, 3739 Sheridan ave. .
It- included Mai Stein, Miss Darlene Berenstein, Mrs. Abra-
ir, Mrs. Grusmark, Mrs. H. Katzen, Mrs. Dan Franco, Miss
Elein, Miss Audrey Slotkin and Miss Rose Frankel, all of
attending were Miss Fannie Levitt, Elaine Levin, Mrs. Joe
nd Mrs. Zena Levin. Coming in from Savannah, Ga., was
Raskin. While Miss Neomie Levonson came from Holly-
[offer the bride-elect her congratulations.
Iting events are in the offing for Hilda and Murray Fried-
o leave Sept. 16 for Los Angelesthence for a world-
[tour. .
stop for Hilda and Murray is Hawaii. Thence to Japan,
fakivtan and other Far Eastern spotsreturning via the
European cities.
s on the Washington Federal Front: Mr. and Mrs. George
14400 Anderson rd., Coral Gables, soon to leave for a 3"^-
|p to Washington, D.C., and Gotham Town. Joining them
Iren Jane and Skipper. While the family's in New York,
will fly to Chicago for a U. S. Savings and Loan confab. .
|n ave.'s Joan Starr is on vacation and a visit with her fam-
sw York. Jean Gallat, 3425 Garden ave., is off to Bedford
| NY., with her parents, the Paul Gallat*, and sister Arlene...
Cuitav Freemans plan a Gotham Town holiday beginning
Freeman*, secretaries of Miami Beach Music & Art League,
attend the wedding of a grand-nephew and also the home-
I reception of her mother, Mrs. Gussie Epstein, who recently
from a trip to Israel and Europe.
>>
Danels, exec. VP of Citizens Federal, flies to Chicago this
' a construction lending clinic" at a loan association con-
khe Kdgewater Beach hotel. Citizens Federal assistant
tr and chief savings officer Harry C. Geleer has received
Ration certificate and/gold key signifying completion of a
" Mminar annually sponsored at Mercerburg Academy in
yania. .
Lillian G. Frumkes is back from New York, where she
the recent wedding of daughter Barbara Ann to Gilbert
in Hampshire House. .
ending the wedding with his mother was son Melvyn, a
rd. barrister and the bride's brother.
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Women's Division of Chamber of Commerce
of Surfside, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor
Islands discuss Golden Years party they
sponsored last week for some 200 residents.
Shown seated (left to right) are the Mesdames
Bea Andorn, Anne Schrock, Joseph Rodman,
Carrie Richmond and Rose Axelrod. Stand-
ing are the Mesdames Rhea Cashman Glad-
win, division president, Amie Brodie, Lillian
Smith, party chairman, Edythe Wolff, OUie
Witt and Jane Spier. Minnette Duckman, co-
chairman, is absent.
.....-.........
B'nai B'rith notables visit City of Hope during recent conven-
tion in Los Angeles. Shown in cobalt "bomb" room for cancer
therapy are (left to right) Louis Pearlman, Chicago; Mrs. Israel
Borne, Los Angeles; Mrs. Louis Pearlman, president, Inter-
national Order B'nai B'rith Women; Mrs. Rose Bertram, City
of Hope executive stdff; and Dr. Leo G. Rigler, radiologist.
Mrs. Borne and Mrs. Bertram are past presidents of B'nai
B'rith Grand Lodge District 4.
Miami Woman
Feted bv JWV
Mrs. Sam Sandier, senior vice
president and membership chair-
man of Norman Bruce Brown Aux-
iliary 174, Jewish War Veterans, at-
tended JWVs national convention,
last week in Milwaukee.
Having personaly obtained the
greatest number of new members
for the current year of any auxil-
iary in the United States, Mrs
Sandier was chosen "National
Queen for a Day" at the conven-
tion. Her awards included an in-
scribed plaque, all convention ex-
pepsea paid and numerous personal
gitty, including a gold wrist watch.
Mrs. Sandier was also honored
guest at the presidents' luncheon.
Women's League
Schedules Oct. 10
Southeast Branch of the National
Women's League, composed of the
combined Conservative sisterhoods
affiliated with the United Syna-
gogue of America, held its first
Branch meet in? of the new season
Aug. 12 at the Crown hotel.
New officers are president. Mrs.
Harold C. Rivkind. St. Petersburg;
founder honorary president. Mrs.
Irving Lehrman. Miami Beach: vice
presidents, Mrs. Kitten Kronsberg,
Charleston. 8.C., Mrs. Stanley Low,
Birmingham. Ala.. Mrs. Sol Singer,
Columbus, Ga., Miss Lillian Good-
man, Miami Beach.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Al
Yanchuck; recording secretary.
Mrs. Meyer Tennenbaum, Savan-
nah. Ga.: treasurer. Mrs. Harry
Roger*. Miami Beach; historian,
Mrs, Nat Cohen, Jacsonville; and
parliamentarian. Mrs. Leon Wein-
stein, Birmingham. Ala.
Miss Goodman has been chosen
area supervisor for Dade and
Broward counties. She revealed
this week that Sisterhood Orienta-
tion Day is scheduled for Oct. 10.
New Chapter Formed
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women
announce their formation for the
coming season. First meeting will
take place on Wednesday evening,
Aug. 29. at the home of Irene
Miller, 1643 SW 7th st.
*S. SAM SANDIH
'Dogpatch Picnic1 For Naomi Group
A "Dogpatch Picnic" is in order
for members and perspective mem-
bers of the Naomi group of Hadas-
sah on -Tuesday evening, Aug. 28.
Entertainment will be an ama-
teur night program, and refresh-
ments will be box snacks served on
the lawn at the home of Mrs. Rich-
ard Horwich, 731 San Juan dr..
Coral Gables.
Mrs. Leslie Blumberg is
charge.
in
Stephen Wise
Group Slates Affair
To launch its expanded activities
for a new season, Stephen Wi-e
chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, will hold a dinner and meet-
ing at Hickory House Tuesday eve-
ning.
Members of the steering commit-
tee are Mrs. R. Bagley, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Biolenki. Dr. E. Blasberg,
Mr. W. S. Brown. Mrs. P. H. Brum-
mer, Mrs. J. Caplan, Mrs. E. Eman-
uel, Mrs. C. Fruchtman, Dr. J. Gold-
berg, Mr. L. Hollander, Mrs. P.
Kaye, Mrs. I. Krivitzin, Mr. J. Linet,
Rev. and Mrs. M. Mager, Dr. H.
Needelman, Mrs. M. P. Salkoff, Mr.
J. Ser and Mr. R. Stone.
Chairman of the evening will be
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Coral Way
Jewish Center.


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3n tltclQcalm of Society
Halpryns Say Vows at Eden Roc
Vivs Diane Lee. daughter of Mrs. tiy stitched a.
Adeline Tencnbom. 16 Belle We. which fell irm Z?**i
formerly <>f Davenport, la., became waistline. **l
the bode ..I Dr. F.rne-t M. Halpryn. j
. f Mr and Mrs. Julius Halpryn. ^ 1^ Sj'
V"rk,y I to tiny lace C,?JJ
Rahbi Joseph Narot. of Temple seed pearls. ^**
braeL performed the ceremony. ( ^ b .
The bride*, father was the Lt. ,J-J1*" '^^1
Abraham Tenenbom, of Davenport. B,che|ors (| m
Wedding took place at the Eden of Mlamj and^ ^'^S
R(tc hotel on Sunday. Aug. 19 ,n E ,, ^^l
M |1 30 anv ceremony. Wedd.ng Mu ,,, rduca|JJ2Jj
breakfast followed. ______ u"al aoa*^
The bride wore a ballerina-length
imputed pure silk Pakistan and
Alencon lace princess line gown.,
The bodice, which had a high em-
pire waistline, was enhanced with
a yoke of imported Alencon lace.
The rounded neckline and short
sleeves W*r* trimmed with ap-
plique* of the Alencon lace. The
verj lull bouffant skirt of pure silk
was created by many gores and
Miss Washer Weds
Dr. Morton Getz

urns, moms uwr
MtS. AITHlt I0SAN
WIS. MOflTON KAUFMAN
Miss Rockaw's
Groom in Medical
intaiy Lace for Rhoda Berman
MtteSn hor **** f"n'
Bible Her SCflOOl at MODlIe
ice
ng i
Lehrman. I blue and white cai
: Mr. and
Ulen Bermai 731 Sberidaa an-.i B. I School and pre-
. Miami Beach -tends the Uaiverattj of Ml-
Far.nie Levitt, maid of I v^e i< president of Alpha F.p-
Li| iaa 9 am Phi and Alpha Lambda Delta
She is abo a member of Alpha
Carol Washer exchanged her
name for that of Mrs. Morton E. i
(let/ in Sunday services. Aug. 12.1
.-it the Algiers hotel. Rabbis Leon i
Kn.ni-h. Yaakov Rosenberg and.
jMax Shapiro officiated at the 5 pm. j
I double ring rites.
The bride is the daughter of the ^
David Washers. 1056 Lenox ave.
Dr Get? is the son of Mrs. Regina
Getx. 6901 Indian Creek dr.. and
Patricia Ann Rnekaw and the late Jacob M Getz.
Robert S Liebe^kmd were married fijven in marriage by her parents.'
. on Sunday. Aug. 19. at the Algiers ,ne bnde cnose gown 0f French
The bride i- a graduate Of Mi- h(r| Rahhl Irvini{ u-hrman offi- chanti||y lace over white taffeta
ciated at the 6 30 p m. candlelight stvM with 0ff-shoulder sweetheart
ceremony. neckline and edged with the acal-
The bride is the daughter of Mr. loped pattern of lace The under-1 was on the Honor Court ail
blue chiffon ballenna-
i cen -"rr,w' ca~"
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mis. imsi um
and Mrs Martin Rockaw. 4540 skirt of gathered nylon tulle
Pinetree dr. Miami Beach. The peeped from below.
bridegrooms parents are Mr and Her vejl of French illusion was
on the election board of tata
slty.
Dr. Halpryn received his J
DDS degrees at New York I
sity. He interned at Mar* I
I and the late F ". H 2810 vt\\ revive her Bachelors degree Lip.,on_ Br,desm?|d^ *'er* Miss white Bible topped by a cascade of !ui. New Orleans, andui
af Sigma Epsilon Delta aadl
Omega.
Best man was Dr. Hiliatl
Sigma Epsiloa scholarship honor- yrv LooM i.^beskind. Mobile. Ala fingertip-length and held by
' Yef.a an and leadership honorary and Maid of honor was Mlsa Harriet daintv beaded tiara She carried a
St Wh ive Mitaai. had a- haa _r. February
r The graduated from
S >ol and the l/mver-
.retary
Pi Lambda Phi and presently
1 ka atfriaag i '.oar of duty with the
be a an ac-
neck- c- : Weber.
n and L
wed
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The
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Judy Reder and Miss Susan Bass
Maxine Liebe-kind and Barbara
Ann Becker were junior brides-
C.arv I.iebevkind j. best
, orchids, carnations, tube roses and
'stephanotis.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jay
Wa>hcr and Mrs. Irving Leibman.
, Mrs Gerard Schainuck was matron VTfn. brother of the groom
and Frank Benck. Myron 1 .ev.ne> o( honor Miss Ann Broad kept the of honor was Mrs. Juhaa
and Dr Richard Litt were ushers
man

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n>n.
The bnde is
b the
F r her wedding the bride chre
| I chantilly lace and nyon
tulle, styled with fitted bodice tra-
p -"-hand lecve> and
Iheart neckline edged with ir-
bouffant skirt
...- u. accenti d wrh
panierN of lace A mat.
Ipiece h.
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of She gr
ami went I
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bools and _
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A receptna followed
- -. room o( tr-
hooeymooa u FVsnda the
be at home at 1< a
amaa. Hen- an* Mtami
Iru-^iai aote : the ceremoaag
* that Rabbi Shap.ro
af :he weddi&g of the br
guest book
Newlywed Mrs Geti graduated
from Miami Beach High, where she
am a member of National Honor
Society and Thespians She receiv-
ed a fouryear scholarship to the
University of Miami, graduating
rum laude with the AB degree. At
the I M -he was active in the Ring
theater and was secretary of Hillel.
She is j member of Alpha Lamb-
da Delta freshman honorary and
l Theta Mu national honorary.
Dr. GeU received his AB at
sister of the bride, Si
Ushers were David Blu
Harold Basch

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where he belonged to Ph,
rtheUniversttv S2? "fiS T^o "^ h" 1
tending Ala- "S^JT* 1L ******r*
Uege a. Birming- Z^r\\L\u "" m "
a member of Kappa Nu ^"J ?,, tSSfJ^
vv u ternmg at Jackson Memoruil Hos-
1 pital.
ARE YOU INTMS1BI
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Miss K< \" :: Mrs. Kaufm
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- sraUeped i.ia.J La Jw
Z** bhhi Alfred Warn, bie ? h^pSS
recepuon foUowed mg Ml ere, sat. Staler
eremoBT. headptece ... k en** j^^ ^
The bnde is the daaghter of Mr *< pearis md French imaHrted
zroocn U the son of Mr aad *>** lUwsaaa She earned her
Mrs. Joseph Kacima.. m SW 3rd ***''* *** *** wsute or-
Miami. :1_-
Bbel Kanfman. aster af Mr Kanfman arte^M -a-^.
the groom, acted as mad eg honor Vew Yart *~i J !1^ .J^01 "
"- Harvey lasgW friend f^am\S JL^Ll,Wvt
be groom, flew la from Mew m the Marm*C*L. iJ "* y**r'
to attend. Jmuor Hnwnl charge o **- the ten-year-old aimer of the "* ba bride. Km Cheryl Lee Kosiow ^Afler a wedmaag trap u ..
The bride wore aa aaUe-J*.**. 2^^*^** re**e SW
Companion WajHij
MATURE WOMAN to *
as companion to aaaWjr
Own room, t.levisKKi. *m
Imopint. salary. M"*!
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m. HAROLD RtISS
HUtS. MICHAtL clein
Emory University
j For Violet Konig,
Gerald Wernick
Rabbi Henry B. Wernick, 4001
Indian Creek dr., officiated at the
wedding of his son, Gerald Irwin,
to Violet Lois Konig. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Konig, 1610
Meridian ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi William Wernick, uncle of
the bridegroom, assisted during
the Sunday afternoon ceremony in
the Riverside Plaza hotel, New
York City.
For her wedding, Mrs. Wernick
selected a floor-length white gown
of nylon tulle and chantilly lace
with a sweep train. Her fingertip
illusion veil was attached to a
headband embroidered with seed
pearls and sequins.
She carried a white satin Bible
with white orchids and stephanotis.
The bride was married with her
mother's gold wedding band.
Miss Gloria May Konig was maid
of honor for her sister.
Samuel Bobo, of Tampa, Fla.,
was best man. Ushers were Wil-
liam Penzer, cousin of the bride;
Barry Weinberg, cousin of the
bridegroom; Nissan Wernick, cou-
sin of the bridegroom; and Bob
I Price, all of New York City.
A dinner and reception in the
l Riverside Plaza hotel followed the
ceremony.
1 After a wedding trip to New
(York, Havana and Miami Beach,
the couple will reside in Atlanta,
Ga., where the bridegroom attends
Emory University.
MRS. ERNEST NtULANDtR
Feit, Neulander
To Reside Here
Aug. 12 at the Sterling hotel, Miss
Dorothy Feit became the bride of
Robert L. Neulander. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan officiated.
Miss Feit is the daughter of Mrs.
Pauline Feit and the late Max Feit.
A native Miamian. Miss Feit at-
tended Miami Beach High School
and the University of Georgia,
where she pledged Delta Phi Epsi-
lon sorority.
Mr. Neulander is the son of Mrs.
Ben Stark. He attended schools
in New York and served with the
U.S. Navy for four years.
Attired in a full-length gown of
chantilly lace over net, the scooped
neckline embroidered with irides-
cent pearls and sequins, the bride
was attended by her sister, Mrs.
Saul H. Rose, of Deroit, who wore
a dress of pink lace.
Other attendants of the bride
were Mrs. Jack Feit, sister-in-law
of the bride, from Detroit, and Miss
Flora F. Eichner. Sidney Frund,
of New York, was best man.
The couple will reside at 1853
SW 9th st. upon return from their
honeymoon.
IS. JAN DwiO/S
MRS. CtRALD WUNKK
'man, Clein To Live in Miami
Judith Angerman and
pen Clein were married
Sunday. Rabbi Morton
Dlemnized the service in
hotel.
is daughter of Mr.
lerman Angerman, 575
Ir.. Miami Beach. Her
her in marriage. The
is the son of Mr. and
lin J. Clein. 2637 Fla-
Miami Beach.
|e carried a handkerchief
cousin and two sisters
their weddings. Her
Bite satin and lace was
pmpire lines.
ol illusion fell from a
crown of rhinestones and seed
pearls. She carried orchids on her
confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Burton Klein, the bride's
sister, of McKeesport, Pa., was ma-
tron of honor. She wore white lace
over pink with pink accessories
and carried deep pink sweetheart
roses.
Lt. Joseph Clein, of Cocoa, was
best man and Steven Clein, usher.
They are brothers of the bride-
groom. Jeffry Klein, the bride's
nephew, was ring bearer.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony. The newlyweds will
be at home at 2401 Coral Way af-
ter Sept. 1.
of Nassau For LeVine, Reiss
Mae LeVine and How-
ry Reiss were wed by
It Sunday at the Lucerne
(nil Beach. Rabbi Morris
Ii rmed the double ring
K is the daughter of Mr.
KVilliam LeVine. 2931 SW
iern Vows
.Irs. DuBois
[hi-Ik a Harberg, daughter
a, Pa., and Jan Ely Du-
< i Mrs. Norman DuBois,
^1 the late Mr. DuBois, ex-
it tiding vows Sunday af-
>t the Curtis Arboretum
Me. Rabbi Meir Lasker
W the ceremony.
id was given in marriage
lather. Mrs. Arnold Gert-
Bay rd., Miami Beach,
I the bridegroom, was ma-
jlonor and the only bridal
ridegroonVs" uncle, Theo-
DuBois, was best man.
sre Arnold Gertner, Allen
brother of the bride. Al-
tnstone, Mark Bernstein,
and Richard Kanter.
iBois will continue bis
[at Yale University law
fbre be is now a senior.
She wore a gown of chantilly lace
with Queen Anne collar, point-to-
hand sleeves and bouffant skirt ex-
tending to a chapel train. Her
three-tiered French illusion veil
was caught to a crown of lace and
seed pearls. She carried a white
Bible with white orchids and lilies-
of-the-valley.
Mrs. Rona Rosenblum was ma-
tron of honor.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. Reiss, 415
Malaga, Coral Gables. His brother,
Edward, attended him as best man.
Ronald LeVine. brother of the
bride, Stanley Rosenblum, Samuel
Leder, Michael Brusky, Myles Eat-
on and Dr. Harold Friedman were
ushers.
The couple will honeymoon in
Nassau.
Medallion Fetes
Louis Brandeis,
Capital Declares
WALTHAM, Mass. The US.
Senate and House of Representa-
tives prior to adjournment passed
separate bills authorizing the U.S.
Mint to strike a special medallion
commemorating the 100th anniver-
sary of the birth of the late Su-
preme Court Justice Louis Demb-
itz Brandeis.
The bill, HR 11000, was intro-
duced in the House by Majority
Leader W. McCormack (D.-Mass.)
Senate bill S 3784 was introduced
by Sen. John F. Kennedy (D.-Mass.)
and Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R-
Mass.).
In a telegram received here by
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of
Brandeis University, Cong. Mc-
Cormack said: "The Senate has just
passed the bill to strike the medals
in commemoration of the 100th an-
niversary of the birth of Justice
Brandeis. The President will have
the bill on his desk in a day or so."
Senators Saltonstall and Ken-
nedy sent similar wires.
Three thousand medals with suit-
able emblems, devices and inscrip-
tions to be determined by the
Secretary of the Treasury will be
struck with the costs defrayed by
Brandeis University. The bill states
the medals will be considered na-
tional medals. They will be dis-
tributed by the university as sou-
venirs of the Brandeis Centennial
Year.
MISS BARBARA GALE MISS ROSALYN RUSSAKOff MISS fAITH KRIVI7
Rings on Fingers; Bells in the Offing
Jrimokeff Dovidow
The engagement of their daugh-1
ter, Rosalyn Lee, is being announc-
ed here by Mr. and Mrs. David
Russakoff, 2960 SW 35th ave., Mi-
ami. -
The groom-to-be is Martin Saul
(Butch) Davidow. His parents are
the Irving Davidows, 1500 Collins
ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Russakoff is a senior at Mi-
ami Senior High. Her fiance .is
presently serving in the Army.

Cole-Brooks
On Nov. 24, Miss Barbara Gale
will become Philip A. Brooks. The
bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs.
Hannah Galewitz, 1525 Lenox ave.,
Miami Beach.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Brooks, 1036 Euclid
ave., Miami Beach.
. j
KrrWf-Marcas
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krivit. 7541
Hispanola ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Faith Leanore.
Groom-to-be is Gerald Lawrence
Marcus. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Marcus, 3445 Garden
ave., Miami Beach.
RABBI FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
EXPERIENCED, SPEAK ENGLISH AND
YIDDISH; also consider weekend posi-
tion throughout Hit yeor; Sunday
School, Bar Mitzva teacher, and all
services af a Rabbi. Call JE 4-4691.
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Walter, Berg
Betrothal Told
Announcement ia being made of
the engagement of Miss Peggy Wal-
ter daughter of Mrs. Phillip Wa-
ter and the late Mr. Walker, Mem-
phis. Tcnn to Leonard Berg, ><>n
f Mrs. Albert Berg. 850 Jefferson
| the la* Mr- Berg.
i I graduate of
MeB i High School.
i member of Alpha
rority and president of
,- of B'nai B nth
GirU Shi Mended Memphis state
( ollege and the University of Ten-
nessee at Knoxvilie, where she was
a member ol Alpha EpfilOB PW
sorority and Kappa Chi
She i- now an advisor to the
Rose Belz chapter of Bnai Brith
Girli
Mr. Berg graduated from Miami
Beach Senior Riga School Me at-
tended the University of Miami and
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi
social fraternity. Phi Kp-ilon Delta
national honorary pre-medical 10
ciety and Alpha Phi Omega nation
rvice fraternity
Presently, he 1- a senior at the
Series on
Fin* in

parliamentary
1 ed by the SouthVBJ
Bnai B'rith WoiaZiil
t the Crown Sj" I
evening. First wort-wT
titled "How tJjH
. Mrs. Harry Kerb,,. <
nouncesthataqUt.s1l0T^
period will follow the i
Calendar Boob]
Slated for DqJ
For the fourth coiue3
chapters and lodges of B*2
lfl cooperation with the l
Rxmal office of the .
tion League will prtSjJ
ADL Memorandum Caleak
Books to teachers of Da*
it was announced WedaJ
Mis Pnicuia J. Roaenftjl
tion director ot the F)iS
office.
The calendars which emM
list of national holiday afl
days have been acclaim*!
ers as an important aid in tal
}\ is Nathan and David nounced in a joint statement that their school activities witaj
DAVID tHtVf*
NATHAN SNfVEf
St. Louis Brothers Help fetabfeh
Cultural Community Center in Israel;
Will be Erected in 'Capital' of Negev
Viceroy Cigarettes
For Smoking Thrill
University of Tennessee school of Snf>vpr t\o brothers who are out- they were motivated to make this fijcting with religious booh
___i,.,. ii ha n'l'mluT i__ _:..:. a ..k.i.mikmnu- r-untrihniinn hv their "deeD con-' i
medicine, where he i* a member ^andine civic and philanthropic contribution by their "deep con
of Phi Delta EpaUoa medical fra- |Pa(|,.rs here, announced Wednes- cern for the people of Israel and
ternity and Ml recently elected d3V tna( tnoy would contribute their future growth, particularly in
to membership in Alpha Omega Sl6o,000 to the establishment of a the potentially abundant area of
Alpha, national honorary cholas- cu|turai anri community center in Negev."
Here's good news for all smok- tic society. tnr strategic I-raeli city of Beer- "Beersheba." they said, "is locat-
ors. Whether yo*J .mnke out of After hi< graduation in Septem- shpha Tnp shever (enter will be ed at the portal of the vast Negev
habit or to calm your nerve* or be- ber. he will intern at the l S Naval ,.rPctPrt hv the American Fund for area whose potential as an agricul-
brations.
Mrs. Karl Greenbergiti
of calendar distribution.
Of .- vmethmg to do. you will hospital in Chelsea. Mass.
increase your smoking pleasure if
j u try Viceroj Cigaretti
It is not at all surprising that
Viceroys are becoming increasingly
iar in the United States More
and more people are discovering
The couple are planning to be
married Sept 30 in Memphis.
Israeli on Staff
At Flagler Center
Israel Institutions in cooperation tural. industrial and mining center |
with the municipal government of is increasingly recognized. It is not:
Beersheba at all visionary to assume that.!
The announcement was made at within a short time. Beersheba will
a press conference at the Hotel develop as the metropolitan center
Warwick, when Israel Consul Max of Southern Israel."
Varon expressed the gratitude of Mrs. Serge Jarvis. an officer and;
his government to the Shevers "for, trustee of the American Fund, ex-
that Viceroys make their smoking
her tastier That Is Mrs. A. Reisman, chairman of the no( on]v thpjr (,(,n(.,.(IMlv als0 plained that the Center would be]
Vicei >ntain education committee of flagler |h(.,r pr(lfoUrut understanding of called the "Shever Community
the need which this (enter will ful- Center of Beersheba" in honor of
,l" .the Shevers and that the Fund
"We hope.' added \ aron. "with- -- ..
in the near future. U> restore th.s #"" l" bu,ld a number of CU,lur"'
region to the piwpurilj nd fertil- and community centers in the fron-!
ity which it enjoyed in ancient tier and immigrant areas of Israel.
times Beersheba dates back to
cause
many more Biters th.m any other Granada, announced Wednesday
cigarette Viceroj contains no less 1n"< registration m the Hebrew and
than 20.000 filters, twice as many Sunday schools will start on Sun-
Bltd will continue dail} from
ter i,i,,.r. .,:-, 7:30 to 0:30 pin except Sundays
made of pure cellulose soft, snow- Avi Kacbioff, of Israel, has boon
natural cellulose to make added to the Hebrew school tacul-
> : "ki Md rnore'v. "huh ,s needed b) Kabb.Leo ^ g^ Abratam. nod I rap-
Heun, spiritual lead, r of the t en-
ter.
-*W^WW
urable.
Ii smoking ven you all
the k trom it. i(
you re noi mpletelj
you
esent tin*
Spivacks Attend
District Confab
Mr and Mrs Harry Spivack, 035
leaving Pridaj
for Atlanta, (ia where they will
: T"u are ,,rn District con-
Vicer- ference oi Workmen1! I .rcle.
Mr 5| h ick is a member of the
you more Board of dire.
ITS Circle, treasurer o( tin
than yi.ur pp t\A
rand erected here
i ST. Brani
idly growing city is the capital and
gatewa) to (ha Negev, which in;
area, constitutes approximately
halt of Israel.
The Bhever brothers, who flew
I Kl-Al Airlines this
week to attend the cornerstone lav
ing ceremon) of the (enter, an-
anAppnneui-^AR.
6717-1056
North Dade Expects Record
Registration in All Branches
A record registration in all
branches ,,| the North hade Jewish
i school is expected
he fall term, Mrs
to I" l : e Sctaiffn irmra of
and treasurer ol 'be boat
ter ha- announced
----------------- Registration tor the Retev* and
Sunday school Will COMasn*
ys fn ui. to 5 pm
and on Sundaj mornings from id
I m to 12 p m
'"'i Hebrew activity pro-
gram- for s,x and seven year-olds
w.ii he one of in. innovations at
the school this year,
In the nnesf tradition^.
iHAMaUM^||
laecM frkt far I mm]
Sewe 50c t*$1.Maatfi|
N Charge lor Shochit, m.
Service or PluckiM
FREE DELIVERY ,
SHochat on Premise* 7 ml-M
OetHlNOVVFOtlOMII
Our Poultry ii alive **]
MeiHhv-
Dreteed and Cleaned I
under strict Rib
supervision
Taste Serman Juicy Plums I
Caponettes. Turkeys. Gm*,J
Yearlings
TMtrTE IS A OrFFERPefl
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Aaqitft ?4, 1956
AW/c* flrr'tlt.
Bago 7B
v

"inance Minister Levl Eshlcol (left) confers with Sidney
, city manager of the Greater Miami Committee for
it Israel Bonds, during Glazier's visit to Israel in July.
reported on his conferences with Eshkol and other
cing Israeli cabinet officials at Sunday's committee
in the Sterling hotel.
OBAL SHORTS
[WIRES FROM ISRAEL
IA (JT.MSixteen officers and men of the Inited State- dt>
HcGowan" joined.in a gesture of friendship here by donating
hrn' Magen David Adorn blood bank. The Navy men accepted
receipt" in the form of sandwiches, tea and cognac. Among
leiv (nnimodore H. W. Howard, commander of the Destroyer
land commander of the "McGowan," Captain R. Carter.
tSHEBA (JTA)A resident of Beersheba learned last week
|n you're dealing with customs officials, it's always better to
you're -till aheadeven if you think you're behind. The
Bter cane up when the resident got a gift from South America
lot cards. The customs duty was 7 Lsrael pounds. He thought
la little stiff, so he asked if they would not please reconsider
>r Finally he got his reply: "We regret to inform you that a
^as occured. The duty should have been 7.6 Israel pounds, not
Dunds. Please remit the difference."
YAM fJTA)Six life guards received an ovation here last
kr they had saved dozens of persons from drowning in unusual-
m- off Bat Yam. The six guards were on duty all day. and
(the persons they rescued required'treatment at the Magen
B anxiously watched a* guards came back time after time with
ly had rescued and greeted them with salvos of applause and
ering.
AMERICAN SCENE
[ROIT (JTA)A training course for Michigan Department of
pre inspectors to teach them kashruth criteria so that they
tocnize kashruth violations, is being conducted by the Council
nx Rabbis. This new development is a result of a series of
arranged by the Jewish Community Council of Detroit with
li-.m state Agriculture Department officials.
ANY, N.Y. (JTA)The right of a Jewish congregation of Sands
P. to use a $215,000 estate it had purchased for a synagogue
Id here by the Court of Appeals. New York State's highest
ie court, in a 6 to 1 decision, ruled that the village of Sands
kuburb of New York, might not construe municipal regulations
hi way ;is to interfere with Constitutional guarantees- of the
ireise and enjoyment of religious profession and worship."
"
IfttAf'Wrkr
IN COUNTY JUOOS8' COURT
DAOK COUNTY, FLORIDA
.. No- M746-A
UK: KHTATK OF
L'.S^iVJ0 ,J- i"'Hiii:i.\ii:i:. ..... ,i
NOTICE Or INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE U hereby given that wo
have riled uur flniil n-i-orl 1d petition
rui liiiiil Dlacbju-Ke an exeuuton of
Hi. ,i.,i. .,r ie !< \i K ; RICH-
IIK1.MKK, ,|ri-.hf.-iI; unit ilml on the
L'liM d.iy .,f September, !'.. will
apply to the Honnrabh- County JiHHMe
>i Dad* County, l lorlda, lot approval
i fimii report and f>ir final 'ii-
chance i
HORACE CJ, RJCHHK1MKH, rt.
This *?inl day ..f Aurunt,
ROKKRT I' ItlOIIHKIMJCIt,
ii. i:ii'ii\iti> i;i< 11111:imi:rt, ami
JlMAIU.I V STIKr
Wy CHAUI.IS \\ u JR..
As exrijutom i,| thirlwt WiU mill
Tmt.iiin-nt i.i 11,,1-ho* ; i:
heimr. >rV*>....l
Mrere, Heiman a Kaplan
Attorneys for Kxe<'Uttri
6734-11 9/7-14
TODAY'S ACREAGE
26,000 Acre$-S100 per Acrt
South of Belle Glade with Highway
27 Frontage.
1,056 Acres-$150 per Acre
. 1',4 milea on paved road and railroad
frontage. High pine land, elevation 2a
ft. South of Indian Town.
55)000 Acres$35 per Acre
N.W. of Panama City
Zoned 1-3 Lot
100x300 ft. Miami city water and >'w
er line thru property. Price 121.000.
DONNA BRADY
James G. Pace & Associates
"TNE HYING REALTORS"
310 |X 2nd Ave. Pfc. Ft 11626
FOR DEVELOPMENT
Approximately 47,000 Acres
between Vero Beach end
Lake Wales
20 miles Mi* and rivtr
frontage, 10 miles highway. Price $40
per Acre. Terms te accredited buyer.
J. W. SHRIGIEY, Realtor
IAKI WALES, FLORIDA
Tel. 2-4651
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY fJIVKN th;it
ih- undersigned, desiring to enffajr* to
liiKinndo unilor the fiilltiini name of
MBRCI'RY WINDOW ri.KAXINri
SERVICE, ill 1811 -X.K 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida. inti-nrlM to r#*KlMter
aid lUuAe with th.- ClerR of the Cir-
cuit Court of nail- '"i.uiitv. Florida
SIDNEY ROSENBERG, Sole Owner
S M-JI 9/7-14
2 4' 2 ACRE PIECES
High ond cleared, on saved read,
S2.750 each. Near St. lucie Canal and
State Highway 76.
NORMAN E. BUTLER
ItAlTOI
13030 N.W. 7th Avt. MU 1-1440
GOOD ACREAGE
1505 ACRE PASTURE $*S per Acre
1060 ACRES SAND $1 SO per Acre
1700 ACRES SAND $150 per *
These tracts adjoin Seaboard Railroad
and new highway. Just north of new
Pratt eV Whitney engine plant site in
Martin Co. Unlimited supply of water
and drainage from St. Lucie Canal
nearby. 29* down, balance 5 years.
3350 ACRES OF MUCK ON NtSHWAY 27
Ready for development. $100 per acre.
2B* down, balance 5 years.
11520 ACRES IN LEE COUNTY
6 miles from Oulf. $50 per acre. 40*.
down, balance 3 years.
Call BOB DOUTHIT with
THURMOND W. KNIGHT
Registered Real flfaft Broker
PHONE 7361 PAH0KEE, FLA.
Scbring Real
Estate
4,400 Acres Plus
OF GOOD RANCH LANS. Has good na-
tive pasture and produces good cattle.
Has some good timber, and timber
potential for the next 10 years is prob-
ably worth more than the price of the
land. Owner priced at $65 per acre,
owner says get offer. No Brokers
please. Principals only.
E. C. VanHoose Real Estate
CIRCLE THEATRE BLOC., SEBRING, FLA.
Phone EVergroen 5-1911
R. R. Frontage
Road Frontage
1300 FT. ON SEABOARD
7!2 ACRES IN ALL
LUTHER SPARKMAN, Reaffor
5375 Federal Hwy. Dania
Phone Hollywood 2-9717
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 is fenced and cress-fenced,
ha* numerous large wolf* far irriga-
tion put pases and considerable improv-
ed pita rage. This tract is largo
snough far a good-sized ranch opera-
tion or nice-sited development.
Price $300 per Acre
Cash or Terms of 29% Dawn
Balance 5 to 10 years at S% Interest
C. H. VVOOTEN REAL ESTATE
Bradenton, Fla. Ph. 2-1051
BUSINESS & HOME
Active Gas Station and
Track Stop
ON BUSY U.S. 1. Two balk tanks 7.150
capacity total. II* Dinette. Combina-
tion lunch counter, not active bat COM
bo opened at small cast.
s
Florida Highway Frontage
Approximately 580 Acres off
Land about t Miles Northeast
of Bradenton, Florida
With ever a mile of frontage en High-
way 301 and about one-half mile on a
secondary paved road in the rear. The
land is cleared or semi-cleared and it
is under fence, some improved pastur-
oge, Meal for dairy, small ranch or
development.
Price $330 per Acre
Cash or Terms of 29% Down
Balance in 5 Years at S% Interest
C. H. VVOOTEN REAL ESTATE
Bradenton, Fla. Ph. 2-1051
255 Acres
'HINGTON (JTA)The White House has nominated Edward
inn', a prominent Jew, as an alternate U.S. representative to
I Nations General Assembly. Mr. Greenbaum was^ special
to the Attorney General in 1938.
EUROPE'S CAPITALS
:KHOLM (JTA)Swedish Prime Minister Erlander and various
als of the Foreign Ministry attended a dinner given here re-
p" Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organ-
lid of the World Jewish Congress, on the eve of his departure
Earlier, Dr. Goldmann participated in a seminar called by
ihnavian Zionist Federation and delivered a public lecture.
NA (JTA)An Austrian Parliamentary committee has ac-
Irneasure designed to return to former Nazis "Aryaniied" prop-
Mi was taken from them after the liberation and given to its
Bwners. At the same time, the committee also apprived an ap-
M'"l jointly by the People's party and the Social Democrats,
pie Kovcrnment improve restitution legislation for victims of
Finally, the committee refused to review sentences passed on
Tlaus by People's Courts.
FT. MYERS AREA
APPROXIMATELY 1,000 ACRES
Long Waterfront '
Meal Canal Home Development
$195.00 PER ACRE
Your Broker or
RICHARDSON REALTY
1523 Fowler St. ED 4-9071
Fort Myers
IIS i JTA)Marcel Dassault, designer of the Mystere and Oura-
iKlilers, has bean awarded the Grand Cross of the French Legion
The award was conferred on the recommendation of the
fabinet. M Dassault, who kept his resistance name after the
'"ported to Buchenwald by the Vichy regime. At that time
' family name of Bloch,
SARAS0TA, FLORIDA
2,400 Acres
SI 10 nor acre. Goad tonsis. Per-
fect far S aero tracts or loss.
a
14 Unit Waterfront Apt.
Tap location, splendid return on
investment. $60,000 cash, long
term mortgage. Exclusive with:
JAMES S. SIMMONS
Reaffor
49 S. Pineapple Ave.
Ph. RlngKng 4-3171
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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 WIRE ... or SEE:
R. C. BURNS, Reg. Broker
116 WILLARD
P. 0. BOX 762, DEPT. B, COCOA, FLA.
THIS JUST IN .
[ Motel Site oh Ocean Front
> Fall Block, Read on 3 Sides, 250x575.
575,000-good terms.
W4 of Section 20-47-41 North
of Hillsboro Conal, and that
rart of Tracts 1, 6, 7, 11,
2, 13, SE of levee L40, E2
of Tract 2 and All Tracts
3, 4, 5 in Section 19-47-41,
Palm Beach County.
-ft Is Mile Frentaga on
Hillsboro Canal,
-ft Lowest Per Aero Price ii
Area at S350 Par Acre.
* 29% Will Handle,
-gi Goad Terms for Balance.
200 Acres
Located Fast Moving
CHARLOTTE COUNTY
TOTAL PRICE
$12,000 Cash
Brochure en Request
50 Acres
W2 of E2 of NW4 of NW4
of SW 4 in Section 25-49-41,
located an extension of Oak-
land Park Blvd., West on
Route 7.
660' of frontage on the Blvd.
which naw goes directly to the
ocean.
This Area Should Show Rapid
Appreciation.
Now 51,800 per acre.
29% will handle with good
terms available.
Brochure on request.
Contact Acreage
Department
JAckson 31411
Owf er Mgi.f
Exclusive with
Anaconda
; Realty Company
?303 EAST LAS 0LAS BLVD.
L
FT. LAUDERDALE
Gainesville
Acreage
1. BETWEEN NEW 6E PUNT ANO
GAINESVILE, 625 acres, S19S par acre.
2. 1,000 ACRES 2V, MILES EAST OF
OArNfSVIllE includes complete lake.
Over 1 mile of highway frontage.
$295 nor acre.
3. I'i MILES WEST OF GAINESVILLE
(the direction of the finest residential
growth) 200 acres with over j mile
rood frontage. $175 per aero.
CHECK NEW INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENTS OF OUR COUNTY. Bay acreage
before farther advances. Many other
outstanding tracts available. Phono or
write us naw.
M. M. PARRISH, Realtor
Gainesville Developers Since 191)
21 N.E. 1st ST. P.O. BOX 114
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Phone FR 2-8406
FORT MYERS on Lower Gulf Coast
midway between Tampa and Miami
has become a YEAR 'ROUND MECCA
for out-of-staters seeking a permanent
abiding place in this perfect clime.
Thousands of homes will be in demand
each year as the population increases.
Adioming the city this 040-acre tract
fronting over 2 miles along a popular
state road leading to te nearby fa-
mous fishing grounds offers an ideal
opportunity for developers of home-
sitrs 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 throe sites for three large beau-
tiful lakes. Entire tract available at
SQ50 an acre, 15 cosh and 10 years at
5*. interest release clauses arrang.n
FOR THE BEST in statewids LAND
investment* contact NATIVE DEAL-
ERS, the JFFFCOTT Realty Invest-
ments. 2400 First St.. Fort Vveri. Fl.
MARTIN COUNTY
Geod speculation or ranch acreage 4
miles from Clovarleaf. Plenty highway
frontage. 3, 6 or 12 sections, $110 to
$150 per aero.
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Excellent farm load Mjst east of It.
441 SO acres, S550 par acre.
See Acreage Specialist:
R0XIE THOMAS, Realtor
601 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY, POMPANO
Ph. Pompane 6972
Ermines and Smniuy for Appointment
KAY RNtrT-JA 4-2973, Ft. Laodtrdole
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New Purchase an Beach
,r Mark.Airh and George
Wurman. Miami and Waking-
ton bUMnt-mcn who recently pur-
rha^d the Lucerne hotel, an-
d Edna** that Uje, have
acqu.re.1 the Morton bold and
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|uare block txom 41*
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eight atones huh.
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for Mount Sinai i r-
Samuel Resnick loc
Youngster Mckes
Unusual Gift to
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Blag at the Lnivc-r-ity .,i Miami
DOrial bldg.
' ' slated for the home of Ed-
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with the Roth home Tuesday, Sept.
4. completing the schedule
Sunday school classes will be
held in the Memorial bldg. Hebrew
school classes sn -cheduled for
h Miami Bapti-t I hurch. High
Holy Da) services will be at Beau-
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