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

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

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

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University of Florida
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30Number 35
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 31. 1956
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Ben Gurion Warns No Peace Possible WMe
Egypt Blocks Israeli Right to Freedom of Seas
DAVID UN GUKION
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on Beats Back Two
Non-Confidence Moves
jtUSALEM (JTA)Mayor Gershon Agron beat back two attempts
Jerusalem Municipal Council this week to force his resignation
inter-attacked his former coalition partners now seeking his
formally declaring that he cannot cooperate with his two
Mayors, members of the Religious bloc.
own party, Mapai, immediately introduced a motion to elect a
uncil executive.
Hon-confidence motion introduced by the Herut members of the
?Council failed when the Religious
bloc failed to support it. The Reli-
gious bloc introduced its own non-
confidence motion but it failed
TEL AVIV (JTA)Moro than 1,200 delegates, representing 90,000 *
members of the Mapai potty, dominant element in the Israel Govern-
ment coalition, began intensive debate in their national convention
Tuesday on this country's security, political and economic situation
in the light of the grove report presented to the convention here by
Premier David Ben Gurion, leader of the party.
Mr. Ben Gurion declared that "our enemies threaten our very
physical existence, following Hitler's methods," but he warned that
"by the nature of things, it is impossible to achieve a final victory
which will ensure that there will not be a second, third or fourth
round, although we are certain of victory if a second round comes."
He said that Israel must make every effort to preserve peace. "All
impatient advice to start a preventive war is misleading," he declared.
"A war that was not forced upon us would net solve any of our prob-
-------------+ loms, even if it should end with
victory, since there is no certain-
ty that such war brings victory,
for there are great forces out-
side the Areb world who are lia-
ble to deploy their forces egainst
us."
Mr. Ben Gurion stressed that
"just as it is our duty to preserve
peace, it is also our duty to main-
tain a constant increasing mili-
tary preparedness, to improve
the training and equipment of
our defense forces to which the
utmost capacity and efforts of
the appropriate authorities have
been devoted with no little sue-
ELECTION YEAR TACTICS CONSIDERED
TO LtAVt
lorocco OK's
:it for Jews
An important section of the
prime minister's speech was de-
voted to the Suez Canal situation.
Mr. Ben Gurion reviewed the
history of the Egyptian blockade
Continued on Page 2 A
Saudi Arabia Extends Dhaharan
Base Rights to US. Indefinitely'
As Bar Against Jews Continues
WASHINGTON (JTA>The State Department revealed this week
an "informal agreement" has been reached with Saudi Arabia indefinite-
ly to extend the right of the U.S. to use the Dhaharan Airbase, even
though the formal lease expired early last month.
It is understood that the same conditions will apply until negotia-
tions to renew the five-year lease are completed. The Dhaharan airfield,
with facilities for 1,500 United States airmen, will continue to bar U.S.
Jewish servicemen from the base.
The State Department said that no formal diplomatic steps directed
at ending Arab discriminatory practices against American Jews have
been taken as yet to implement Secretary Dulles' recent pledge to seek
and end to Arab bias against U.S. citizens.
It is understood that no U.S. diplomatic action in this respect will
be taken until the Suez crisis is settled. It is also understood that the
State Department desired merely indefinitely to extend, rather than
renegotiate the lease, to avoid Congressional attacks in an election year
against acquiescing to Arab discrimination against American Jews.
Negotiations to renew the five-year old lease are now in their fourth
month. A 30-day extension of the agreement has expired. But King
Saud is reported to have extended indefinitelyalthough informally
the American right to operate and use the airfield until negotiations
are completed. American officials are reported confident that the lease
will be renewed, once monetary differences are worked out with the
Saudis.
when Herut refused to support it
Mayor Agron came under fire
from his Religious bloc partners in $AYS Hf D0DGiS FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES-EXCUSES ACTION
the coalition that rules the Council
when a majority, over the opposi-
tion of the Religious bloc, voted to
iBLANCA (JTA>-Thc Mor- gnmt a. building permit to the
|( urnment has agreed to School of Archaeology to be con-
the emigration of some jstructed here by the Hebrew
Moroccan Jews who have Union College-Institute of Religion,
in a transit camp near|The school will have provisions for
since early June, wheniReform xrfie9a in the school
tborities blocked their sched-
l< ii lure for Israel.
Id
lirst groups have already
Rep. Celler Hits Dulles on Arab Bias,
Non-lmplemention of Senate Resolution
library.
The Council postponed a vote on
: Mapai's non-confidence motion in
rocco for Israel, after weeks ;the two DeRUty Mayors, but voted
-(wing difficulties and suf- to opt three additional members to
in the overcrowded transit tne council executive: Dr. Jacoby,
a Progressive; Mrs. Ash be 1, of
?000 Jews who will be per- Wizo; and R. Kalentar. Hapoel
to leave this country had j Hamizrachi, who.refused to follow
the party in this issue and an-
rntinued on Page ISA 'nounced support of Mayor Agron.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep.
Emanuel Celler, of New York,
Wednesday accused Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles of not
only dodging the issue of alleged
Arab discrimination against Am-
erican Jews but also of exusing
Arab behavior.
itired Navy Man Sparks Council Attacks
CTGOMERY, Ala. (JTA)An attempt to arouse
wish sentiment in the South by charging that
*ws are responsible for the right to end segre-
wa made here by a retired admiral in an
VOTE TO EXTEND EDUCATION
Carolina Rabbis Urge Speedy
Enforcement of Integration Role
[II MINGTON, N.C. (JTA)A
luimn calling for "speedy
^mentation" in this state of
S. Supreme Court's desegre-
n decision was adopted at
[10th annual Educational and
ifcrship Institute of the North
ina Assn. of Rabbis held at
k Switzerland, near here.
i>e rabbinical group also voted
fries of measures to extend
Jewish education and to raise its
standards, including establish-
ment of a statewide Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Other resolutions called for es-
tablishment of a court of arbitra-
inflammatory speech before a White Citizens Coun-
cil rally.
The speaker, John G. Crommelin. who retired
from the Navy as a Rear Admiral in 1949 after a
-------------------+public reprimand, told the roaring
crowd that the anti-segregation
fight was sparked by (Justice)
"Felix Frankfurter, a Jew, Arthur
Spanger, a Zionist Jew, and Sen-
ator Herbert Lehman, a Marxist
Jew." The speaker did not identify
"Spanger" further.
"Don't.you know it's their kind
of people behind this whole mess?"
Crommelin shouted at his audience
of 300.
Pleading for retention of the
clause in the Alabama constitution
oa segregation, he exclaimed,
**We've got to keep this last fron-
tion to help settle congregational
and rabbinical disputes in the tier of the real Anglo-Saxon race-
state and reaffirmed support of. and if I am wrong, my name's Fink-
the "circuit-riding rabbi" project. I elstein."
In a statement issued by his
office, Rep. Celler said the Secre-
tary's pledge to take "formal
diplomatic action" to curb Arab
discrimination against American
Jews is "meaningless in the Arab
setting."
He said "standing alone, it will
not give equality to our citizenry
in those countries/'
Mr. Celler asserted that "in-
stead of implementing the Senate
resolution and the congressional
declaration, he dodges both. He
even offers excuses for these Ar-
ab outrages. One would think that
he was seeking to defend the
Arab action."
iMAHuti aunt
. oeaiegloss promise
Stevenson Floys GOP Plank
On Policy in Middle East
LIBERTYVILLE, 111. (JTA)
Adlai E. Stevenson, Democratic
presidential candidate, sharply
criticized the Republican party's
platform plank on the Middle
East prior to his leaving Monday
for the Southwest and the open-
ing of his campaign.
He asserted that "it ignores
the Suez crisis; it ignores the
smoldering fires of hatred and
mistrust that menace the peace
in the Middle East."
In an "analysis" of the Repub-
lican platform plank, made by
Gov. Stevenson and the Demo-
cratic National Committee, he ac-
cused the Republicans of incon-
sistency.
He said that "although the GOP
platform says that 'progress to-
Continued en Page 12 A
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Ben Gurion Warns No Peace Possible Without Free Passage
Continued from Pago 1 A
of Israel shipping and charged
that the United Nations had not
"lifted a finger" when Egypt re-
fused to obey the Security Coun-
cil's decision that Israel should
have freedom of passage through
the Suei Canal. He pointed out
that Egypt was still disregarding
this decision and was obstructing
passage of Israel ships and ships
of other nations sailing to or
from Israel ports.
Mr. Ben Gurion sharply critic-
iied British Prime Minister Sir
Anthony Eden for his handling
of the Suei Canal situation. Sir
Anthony, he said, had told the
22-nation conference in London
that he had not brought the na-
tionalization of the Suez Canal
Company to the United Nations
because Egypt had disobeyed the
Security Council's decision on
Israel shipping. "But," said Mr.
Ben Gurion, "he forgot ir.at he
himself had never attempted to
bring this violation by Egypt ei-
ther before the Security Council
or the United Nations General
Assembly, nor did he demand
compliance with the cur.ty
Jewish Organizations Urged to Shun
Campaigning During Upcoming CJA
Jewish organizations were ureed 'And a East, united, hard hill ing.
this week to refrain from engaging campaign, which does not draii on
in fund raising and other major for months, benefits all organiza-
programs during the heighi Of the lions, so that more time i- left for
Combined Jewish Appeal cam- other organizational projects and
paign. events."
In a communication from How- Unman, under WHOM direction
ard Kane. Federation president, the 1956 campaign achieved an all-1
and Sam J. Hciman. chairman of time record, pointed up the value
the CJA planning committee, of early planning of the united]
groups were asked, in the spirit of community campaign which serves
cooperation, to limit such activity 58 local, national and overseas
to .i minimum in the period Jan. i agencies, ai well as Israel Heiman
to Mar. 15, when the appeal is m warned th.it Miami's welfare needs
hill gear are mounting and that greater dc
The Federation family ol agen- mands will forthcoming from
cies, more than SO in number, Fully overseas agencies, national institu-l
appreciate.- the need for united el- Lions and Israel in the coming
fort to achieve maximum campaign year "We must -land ready to
results," Kane stated Wednesdaj exceed las! year's achievement- il ;
This singleness of purpose and we expect to guarantee continued |
eration have been Federation's welfare services to men. women
hallmark for more than ih years and children in our own communi-
II has resulted in more efficient ty." Heiman said
campaigns, better allocations to
i : arj agencies and sel a firm
forward pace in the growth and
- ol our Jewish community.
Council's decision. He did not
ven invite Israel to participate
in the London conference despite
the Egyptian dictator's announce-
ment that he would maintain
freedom of navigation for all ex-
cept Israel."
Mr. Ben Gurion declared that
even if international freedom of
navigation through the Suez Ca-
nal were effectively ensure, this
would not mean that Israel's
freedom of navigation would be
automatically assured. He point-
ed out that it was not only a ques-
tion of free passage of the Suez
Canal, but also of freedom of
navigation in the Red Sea and of
free access to Elat, Israel's outlet
to the East on the northernmost
tip of the Gulf of Akaba.
As long as Israel is not assured
of complete freedom of naviga-
tion on the Red Sea and Suez
Canal, he declared, then security
and peace will not be established
in the Middle East.
Turning to the overall political
situation, the Israel premier
stressed the need for unremitting
efforts for peace and understand-
ing with Israel's neighbors. He
expressed the belief that "this
peace, although it be delayed,
wll surely come, for it is a world
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The premier also called for ef-
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A Miami man ate dinner at the
home of an Arab during his re-
cent visit to the Near East. What
is more, the Arab had nothing but
prase for Israel.
This is a fact that can be veri-
fied by Sidney Glazier, city man-
ager of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Committee, who left aboard
an El Al stratoliner June 28 for
a tour through the Jewish State.
Glazier was picked by the na-
tional Bond organization to ac-
company five other managers
from key cities for the important
study tour.
While in Israel, they conferred
with the Government's top cab-
met ministers and did a lot of
traveling. But the dinner party
was singularly unique among all
of Glazier's experiences.
Haifa Mayor Abba Houshi was
host, but the affair was at the
home of Abdul Ra'ouf Karaman,
a well-to-do Arab who is proud to
be an Israeli and who owns a
large cigarette factory in Haifa.
"Before we arrived at the Arab's
homewhich was really a beau-
tiful placeMayor Houshi told us
to eat as much as we can," Glazier
said.
"Apparently, this is the great-
est compliment you can pay an
Arab when you visit him for din-
ner. Besides, it indicates breed-
ing."
Abdul Ra'ouf Karaman has six
sons all of whom, according to
Arab tradition, waited at the ta-
ble and used bare hands to rip
apart the roast lamb and chick-
ens they served to the 100 guests
present.
"In hi* welcoming talk to us,"
Glazier said, "Abdul explained
that he was happy to greet us as
American friends of Lsrael and to
express his appreciation to all
Israel Bond investors."
According to Glazier, Abdul
added that Israel is an example
of a nation where people of dif-
ferent cultures and nationalities
can live in peace. "Incidentally,"
Glazier said, "Abdul's sons served
in the Israel Army during the
War of Liberation."
Rounding out the list of nota-
bles at the dinner party was
Archbishop George Hakim, head
of the Greek Orthodox Church
for the Middle East.
During Glazier's travels through
Israel, he visited many kibbutzim.
"There is no feeling of emergency
anywhere," he said. ."Even in the
far-flung, sparsely populated bor-
der settlements, all I saw was a
kind of serenity that made me, an
American Jew, feel totally inade-
quate.
"We in America are worried
about Israel's future. But the-^e
people aren't. Without excile-
- merit, without heroic gestures,
they are methodically forging
their tomorrow. To this people,
this land of the Bible, this nation
of spiritually ancient but young
in spirit men and women, we can
do no less than offer* a helping
hand so that their work shall not
be in vain."
For Glazier, there is in Israel
a kind of "chemistry" amonginer
youth that can be found nowhere
else. "Whether in the cities, or
the towns and villagesor on the
farms and settlement sthis
'chemistry' is all about you. It is
the chemistry of Israel's certain
success."
Temporary Chairman Named
Southwest Jewish Center Men's
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given by Rabbi Abraham Levitan.
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Elul 24. 5716
Friday Augustjl. 1956
Number 35
A Call to ZOA Affiliation-A Call to ImfmWJg"
" The major branches of JudaismOrthodox.
Conservative. Liberal and Reform-this week
joined in a national move designed to urqe U.S.
Jewry to dentify itself with the Zionist Organi-
zation of America.
The Zionist Organization of America has a
long and respected history in the battle to es-
tablish a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Every-
one who recalls the 1948 United Nations debate
knows the stellar role the ZOA played at that
crucial time in Jewish history when the peoples
of the world, disturbed by the bestial inhumani-
ty of Nazi tyranny, affirmed the right of Israel
to be reborn.
Since that time, many of these peoples have
been less than concerned with the privation and
difficulties Israel has had to suffer; today, a
larae number of these peoples stand idly by
while the Jewish State's neighbors plot to de-
stroy her.
Among others, it is the new roll of the Zionist
Organization of America to make certain that
these plots shall not succeed and that Israel
shall survive. Once the undisputed spokesman
for a national Jewish homeland, the ZOA still
remains a symbol of American-Jewish identifi-
cation with Israel in the eyes of our government
leaders.
The unfortunate thing is that a host of A men-
can Jews no lonqer regard the Zroms. Organ.,
zation in the same light. For them, the fact of
Israel is an erroneous assurance of her un
questioned integrity as a nation among the
countries of the world. Thus, they have been
abandoning their affiliation with the ZOA OW-
tarn that its goal is now achieved and that it
has little future purpose.
Our government leaders observe carefully
this dwindling membership; and our govern-
ment leaders unfortunately deduce that this
dwindling is an indication of American Jewry s
decreasing concern with Israels destiny.
The move by the major branches of Judaism
comes on the eve of the most awesome Jewish
holiday, and it is a fitting time for Jews to re-
affirm their identification with the young Jewish
State- reborn in our time after 2,000 years in
exile- by showing their faith in an organization
that did so much to bring her into being.
A united voice of U. S. Jewry, spoken through
that Zionist movement to which the non-Jewish
community still looks as a barometer of our in-
terest in Israel, can do so much to stem the tide
and swerve the direction of American foreign
policy that has been operating during the past
few years to the detriment of Israels tomorrow.
CJA Maps its Campaign
Greater Miami Jewish Federation is now in
the process of planning its 1957 campaign.
CJA serves the needs of 55 local, national and
overseas aqencies. It also serves the principal
requirements of Israel in these troublesome
timestimes when the Jewish State must con-
tinue her immigration proarams. her industrial
development and maintain her national de-
fenses against Arab promises of a "second
round."
PaTt of the success of post Combined Appeal
campaiqns lies principally in the coordinated
effort Federation has developed with the larqe
number of Jewish organizations throughout the
Greater Miami area.
It stands to reason that unity of purpose
among them is a maior factor in determining
the amount of gifts CJA can receive. If other
organizations, with either local or national in-
terests, campaign for funds in their own behalf,
this clearly diminishes the reserves which the
Combined Jewish Appeal can tap for its bene-
ficiary agencies.
As the recognized planninq and fund raisinq
agency in our community and the citadel of
principal Jewish interest here and throughout
the nation, Federation therefore this week urged
other Miami organizations not to launch cam-
paigns of their own during the heiqht of the CJA
drive scheduled between next Jan. 1 and Mar.
15.
We are certain these oraanizations will heed
Federation's request, with the interest of Jewry,
here, throughout the nation and in Israel upper-
most in their minds.
LABOR DAY 1956
A Vital link in the Chain
The New Mt. Sinai Project
Mt. Sinai Hospital is currently in the final
stages of its planning for the new Mt. Sinai
scheduled to be erected shortly on Collins
Island adjacent to the medical institution's
present site.
The first step toward building the new hospi-
tal is already under way with the beginnina of
construction of a new bridge linkinq the main-
land with the ten-acre Collins Island site.
All Miami awaits the completion of the new
hospital. It will be a model to be emulated by
other medical centers throughout the South.
Mt. Sinai's progress since its organization
less than a decade aqo is already being noted
in hospital everywhere. A glance at its healing
and research achievements readily explains
this.
The community's spirit of support will be well
rewarded by the new Mt. Sinai project-re-
warded in the plaudits the hospital will bring
Miami for its medical development and the
feeling of security Miamians will have with
such an institution in its midst.
Synagogue Affiliation Drive
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. is cur-
rently launching its annual Synagogue Affilia-
tion Campaign. The local drive is in conjunction
with a similar movement going on throughout
the nation.
This is certainly an apt time of year for
Miamians to consider their synagogue affilia-
tion; the High Holy Days begin next Wednes-
day evening.
The synagogue is the esent.al spiritual center
of Jewish tradition. Within its hallowed con-
fines is found the pity core of what it means to
be a Jew. Families unaff.liated with a syna-
gogue thus separate themselves from the true
meaning of Judaism.
on?6 R.aHbbinica'Assn. has launched its Syna-
gogue Affiliation Campaign on the eve of Rash
Z* meanS f askin examine the.r attitude toward Jewish ,rad"'on
2d n,ny- ? \hey would hke us o co":
on ', K 8PradlC Iews" a,,en synagogue
on such occasions as Rosh Ha.hona.andX
Jewish consciousnesses p^Tl ^T'
activity. P0" of everyday
Joining a synaqoque of each family w
will enrich its Jewish ,, mily s choice
standing of cm2elffS. ""V* P-*
reflect the best ,n SX' "bo
"Cons <"h as a corners^ 5'*
during the wemh
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by LEO MINOUN
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Ml
KenerailvTAl
Hatred, like lovi taT*J
to human exr**,**
er taught to our y
ton. or else we .-"J
Love has been* LS
dollar industry, trading! if cheap motion pictures, cheipILj
and Madison ave. advertising that undertakes to sell ever
a box of rouge to a President of the United States.
But hatred need* no such romantic promotion. pfrna.
with which hatred feeda upon itself to spread like a nun*,
opposed to the obstruction loveeven the depressed kind*)
hucksters have for salefind* in achieving miniscule recorZla
indicting comment on humanity. m\M
Aware of this dilemma, our prophets. spiritual leader, J
,,( worship have eternally preached the doctrine f broth-la
Seemingly, all mankind accepts their preachment. Som^
have become overly realms In their submission to this hjAJ-J
eiliic.il principles The Crusade is an example of >urh ^S
men set mil on a course nf Moody war to murder th-ir Vot^S
name of love The Inquisition is another exampl. lHustrajJ
this anomaly abound.
our own time boasts of less egregious examples pf
but all destined for the same tragic end During thfa
years, religious chauvinists have been infiltrating our pubiieV
system to an increasing degree with the demand that public t
lion acquire an ethical format. In effect, narents ..-P saving(kgl
schools do not teach their children belief in reli inn andtlgT
among other things, contributes to the shocking advance p/J.
delinquency. In blaming the schools for their own failures, r3
being more hypocritical than ever. >
The hypocrisy would be manifest ennueh in trms of.
principle, per se. as well as in terms of the .pint of
democracy" parents often emplov for proof of their caurf.
o o o o a
TNf HYPOCISr Or flllCIOUi CHAUVINISM
JELIGIOUS PRINCIPLE as an abstract concept l .ynnnymu
* ethical practice In reality, religious principle means
assertion of a particular religion and has nothing whatever tofcJ
ethics. As short sighted as proponents of religious in^tructioa 1
schools may be. they are completely aware of thi-
The Declaration of Independence as the summation of pit
of the nation's Founding Fathers, does indeed rely heavily ejl
atmosphere of religious belief in the abstract. But the dortrajl
separation of church and state is equally a principle that vfcag
meant for this nation to incorporate into real practice.
The confusion of these phenomena is therefore a hvt
deception of religious chauvinists intent upon advancing their 1
vidual dogmas All of this has become particularly ludricooii
recent integration vs segregation battle where ostensibly, thetj
people urging infraction of the separation of church and stated
in the name of achieving a more universal acceptance of
love are waging vigorous warfare to maintain a s>stera that at]
excused by no religious philosophy propounded an\wher*oBl
The unfortunate thing here is that the public schools l
used as instruments for the furthering of malevolence Eaeai
unfortunate is the fact that adults have finally and fnghto
emerged ai keeperi of the bigot's filth. No Innwr it there nt
available to parents- to blame others for their petty or gross preyal
Tin v are clearly visible today in the process of distorting ttr^
sciences of our youth.
Wherever unified opposition to integration e\i-t>. it
itself in the threats, manifestos, absurd constitutional
and other evasive tactics of adult machination The juvenile I
quency,which unquestionably exists, but which n- .papers aal
tion picture- magnify beyond reasonable proportion (or persoulf
and to the detriment of solution, has nowhere taken -uch a posBJ
a e a
At$. MlYUl TAKtt ISSUl WITH TNI tfST
THE DELINQUENCY here is adult and not Juvenile Wbeni
have tended to be reasonable, their children have prmem
Ij capable of adjusting to integrationas was the case in Tei
this week t'nfnrtunately. reason does not always prevail. Tkel
count) school board is an example. Last Frida>. it look rUfWf
step to preserve segregation by implementing the new pupil f
ment law passed at the recent special Mtsion in Tallahassee.-
The law gives the individual counties the ruht to **
to schools taking into account sociological, psychological aaj
intangible social scientific factors." All this nauetffaj
intellectual gobbledygook means that the individual countiei
presumably enroll White and Negro children in separate scNSj
Only school board member Anna Brenner kfeyeri voted i
adoption of this state-endorsed procedure. I rememberers
at a meeting several years ago sponsored by the Jewish Ths
Seminary of America, which turned out to be a forum i<* *'
duction of religious instruction in the schools led by the H
former school board member James Noel.
When I objected to Noel's position, he asked we: '*w?*l
afraid of? Don't you believe in religion?" To this I eouMr*jJ
1 fear the history of your religion's practice against my Pj
As 1 vaguely recall, this waa supposed to be one of,h*** .
brotherly love affairs, which the Seminary often u.es do"H
means 0f raising funds. The rostrum was heavily P^'P1*0*, ,S
officials- but not one of them made an effort either to halt
t'n of Mr Noels attack or to come to my defense.
a o a o a
"n forutr is at am wajgr cw otwsr
QF THE two school board members present, Mrs Mcyeri JjJ]
iii> then as nowto bring back some honesty to iwjl
presumed to examine moral statesmanship. Mrs Helen
mamed -ile>tit. later explaining to me that she needed time w
nerself mrf, completely with the issues involved
Well. Mrs Vosloh was Friday among the board """""T^
' 'he implementation of the pupil assignment law. aaa i
this also speaks eloquently enough about the informal"* J
sh.- has u-en feeding in the matter of religion i">'ru
achoolt,
I am time and time again impelled to cry- '"" fjjf]
rj-> where religion is used to contaminate ta
*''eie it i- ignored to contaminate our youth Make no
'" future Integration is as inevitable as methods "
' 'ailure.
I'ut the way Which we accept integration is alt>.
Continued en Page H*


August 31. 195
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,e tiers to the Editor
The-Jewish Floridian:
i f ria.n ipi^A'v -*i.j Ar* ot the country, and among all of
,*... ^|^r.^rs SSJSr^SSr J""h
understanding between our South- ternal affairs of the country. Ap- ical indoctrination of the youth of
em Jewish communities and our j.parently it depends on which foot Israel.
Jewish communities in other parts is pinched.
The Zionist Organization of Am-
erica has felt that it was necessary
thoughful and per-,versy.
mocracy
which
mass
In a report give* .t the opening ^not S go'a.st tut J
quite closely with those of the Session, our chairman, Ber-
r Plenary Session, which nard H. Traaer, said in part:
L] a resolution on desegrega-| "Out of the desegregation con-
litprating support of the troversy have arisen consequences
ne Court decision, giving full that affect the welfare of the whole
tion to "the variations and Jewish community in the South
exities of the problem and These are consequences that Iras-
cibility and approach neces- cend the desegragation issue, per
or dealing with it sucessfully se, and thus transcend communitv
fferent localities," pointing relations in the narrow sense in
[at responsibility for resolu- which civil rights have come to be
found.
SAMUEL SPIEGLER
Director of Information
no criticism attached to the
Of
is
Far-
hand or other agencies supporting
the Histadrut in spite of the fact
that their funds do not go to bene-
SEYMOUR B LIEBMAN
President, Southeast Region
Zionist Organization of
America.
National Community Relations fit aI1 of Israeli but go on|y for
Talmud Study
Group in Festivity
Beth Israel Talmud study group
will be honored at a siyum celebra-
tion Saturday evening at Beth Is-
rael Synagogue.
Under the leadership of Rabbi
H. Louis Rottman, the group meets
every Tuesday and Thursday morn-
ing from 10:30 to 12 noon.
The affair which is jointly spon-
. sored by the Sisterhood and Men's
the ,sue is a nation., re- regarded as pecu.iarly within the S^BTfi^
ility. emphasizing that re- domain of community relations. the building to contain a synVgogue un,fled ^""t.on >-w ,n Israel and jt^JJStTSSnSSSZ^
for law is essential to the These are consequences that trans, to be built by the Reform Move- to abolish the former evil consist- at 1030 p m and will be followed
ation of our democratic sys- pervasive of organized Jewish liv- ment in America. Does not this at- ing of divisive education and polit
Advisory Council
New York City
Editor. Th< Jewish Floridian:
I read with interest the recent
editorial on your attitude concern-
highly partisan causes in Israel.
It should not be forgotten that it
was as a result of the efforts of the
General Zionist party in Israel and
the ZOA in America that a law was
adopted by the Kneseth to bring a
titude imply interference in the
internal affairs of Israel? It is true
that we want to see a Democratic
State in Lsrael which shall operate
for all the citizens and not to be
controlled by any one segment. The
ZOA believes, that in a true de-
mocracy, private capital shall have
the same rights as any other sector
of the country and not be con-
trolled by a labor union, the Hista-
(I calling upon all branches ing in our democratic society."
encies of government to use j The remarks of Prof. Rose are
authority and powers to quoted accurately in the JTA story
about orderly implementa- which you printed on Page One of State in Israel with the separation
f the Supreme Court order the same issue that carried the of Church and State. The Zionist
protection of the consti- editorial. This quotation, however. Organization of America has al-
rights and privileges of being taken from context, does not j ways wanted to see a Democratic
ran citizen-;. I by any means reflect the whole gist
commitment of the consti- of Dr. Rose's presentation, which
organizations of the NCRAC dealt with the issue of segregation
all that lies within our pow- in a broad historical and sociolog-
hclp in concert with other ical perspective.
{ding croups and organiza- Experience has demonstrated
0 make the transition re- quite conclusively Chat the fulmina-
by the United States Su- tions of anti-Semitic bigots cannot
Court 1 decision as harmoni- be effectively countered by rebut-
M as rapidly as possible," tal, and that almost any utterance!drut- or Dv one political party. Ma-
01 in the .lightest degree can be twisted by the peddlers of pai. which is dedicated to socialism,
cither "a chastisement of hate into a form useful to them for However, you and other people in
this country have criticized the
Jewisb concurred in overwhelmingly by .ZOA for attempting to express our
nilies by the struggle in the the constituent agencies, that the'opinions about insuring liberal de-
liver Die interpretation of interests of Jewish community mocracy and liberal capitalism as
preme Court decrees. relations as a whole are best served j American interference with the in-
hc contrary, those phases of y th taking of a clear-cut pnnci-,----------------------<--------------
nar) Session's deliberations P>ed position on the side of equali-
ealt with the problems of ty and freedom, and that it is with-
in the frame of reference of such
a principled stand that the real,
practical and very serious problems
of Jewish community relations
must be dealt with.
To this end, our constituent agen-
cies are agreed, it is most earnestly
to be hoped that there will be the
p.m.
by Selichot services at 12 a.m.
n Jewrj" or a lack of re- their evil purposes,
lor the very difficult prob-i It is the conviction of the NCRAC.!
[ for Southern Jewisb concurred in overwhelmingly by
Em .I. v i and Southern Jew-
bnimunitii-- were concerned
|I.i with efforts to under-
e whole social complexity
ditions that are affecting the
and relationships of Jewish
inities in the South. Far
being hostile or critical, the
ol the delegates was one largest possible communication and j
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tf elll Include Mrs Harold Saxe,
preaident <-f Temple Zion Sitter-
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president of West Miami B'nai
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[resident of the Ladies Auxiliary
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it 31. 1966
Jmritlinrrltfing!
P-y 7 A
Kl Consul Will
sear at Meets
I'Miami Area
Varon. Consul of the State
>ael in New York, and one of
country's dynamic statesmen,
appear at several meetings in
fl oi Israel Bonds during the
several days, according to
i Sher, chairman of the Great-
Kgmi committee.
Iron has been meeting with
Irs of the local community on
Importance of successful isales
->nds durin* the High Holy
f Sher said.
of his country's dynamic
*men. Varon is a former direc-
fof the Head Office of the
th National Fund in Jerusa-
Born in Germany in 1912. he
Id to Palestine permanently in
where he studied at Hebrew
prsity.
the outbreak of World War
volunteered for service in
British Army. As an officer of
Bewi>h Brigade, he saw action
j Middle East and Europe and
xipated in rescue operations
twish displaced persons from
bntraufci camps.
f llMfi, he was discharged as a
Ln and established the United
ptine Appeal in Switzerland.
1949 to 1953. he worked for
iewish National Fund and the
th Agency throughout Great
|in and Europe.
_on has established temporary
i- in the Israel Bonds office.
Washington ave. After the
Holy Days, he will return to
ost in New York.
ibbis to Discuss
|h Holy Days
Bevision station WCKT will
dule three special programs in
ection with the forthcoming
fh holidnv .
bi Irving l-ehrman. of Temple
pU-El, Rabbi Joseph Narot, of
Me Israel, and Rabbi Tibor
l. of Beth Jacob Congregation,
rator* of these featured 15-
telecasts, will deliver talks
The High Holy Days and Their
rung to the World." which will
lired Sept 9 and 10.
ibbi Narot will be moderator
be initial telecast Sunday, Sept.
|t 4 .'in p.m.. and on Monday.
K), it 10 p.m.. the program
under the guidance of Rab-
phrnian.
kbbi Stern will appear Sept. 9
1:45 p.m.
Community Education Norm Shows Gratifying Rise Since '51
Results of 1956 testing program ment on a grade level with that of The new Sunday School Code calls
;of the religious schools of Greater,the community and then evaluate for mandatory compliance for the
Miami were released by the Bureau the possible reasons for higher or .school year 1957-58. with licensing
of Jewish Education, according to lower norms of achievement,
announcement of Sol Goldman.
beginning this year.
The code of practice
sets Out
president. The marks of over 1.500 tM,?f" .aV> "V ay '! definite qualifications for Sunday
students from grade five through l?^" 5 ^hk Vh'^achers and a minimum sal-
'been sent to all Sunday school
teachers of the Jewish schools.
MAX VARON
Walsh School Gets
Special Approval
Walsh School of Business Science
has received a Certificate of. Ap-
proval for the teaching of Court
Reporting to students of Stenotype
and pen shorthand who desire to
become court reporters.
Approval is 'given by the Na-
tional Shorthand Reporters Assn..
a group of convention and court
reporters, and is issued only after
a very thorough investigation of
the facilities of the school, its staff,
methods of teaching, cirriculum
and standards. All standards of the
Assn. must be met before approval
is given.
Walsh School of Business Science
has been in operation in Miami
since 1927.
Jack W. Mallicoat. the only re-
porter who successfully passed the
Merit Test in reporting this year,
is a Walsh graduate now with the
circuit court of Dade county.
ten in the Sunday schools and grade
one through five in the afternoon
ho<)ls were tabulated to achieve
community norms in customs and
ceremonies, history and Hebrew.
The objectives of the testing pro-
gram were to gather sufficient
casts to establish county-wide
norms of achievement in Jewish re-
ligious schools, to compare these
norms of 1956 with the norms of
1951 and to measure the rate o f
achievement in Hebrew for the past
three years.
The community norms showed
improvement in customs and cere-
monies, with the Greater Miami
1956 median mark jumping 15
points above that of 1951. Achieve-
ment in history revealed gains of
five to ten points in grades five
through nine with a slight decrease
; in grade ten. Results in the Hebrew
, testing showed an improvement
.over last year's marks and the Mia-
mi community mean above that of
j the national mean established by
'the American Assn. for Jewish
Education, except in grade five.
Marks of the individual schools
I are the subject of a confidential
I report to each of the individual
! schools tested, so that each school
could compare its norms of achieve-
"This marks a milestone in Jewish
ary scale.
The Bureau is also attempting to
stimulate the recruitment of teach-
Temple Kmanu-EI will greet wor-
shippers prior to Selichot services
'Saturday evening at an "open
I house" in the Temple's new libra-
ry-
education in Greater Miami in the ers by special scholarship grants
attempt, to implement a code of to the University of Miami and by
practice for Sunday school teach- special courses to be held ;it the
ers," Goldman said. Miami joins Bureau's College of Jewish Studies
two other communities who have which will open on Oct. 24, accord-
completed such a code of practice, ing to Goldman.
Library to be Site Of Temple Function
The new circulating library was
recently planned by noted engineer
Jules P. Channing and designed by
Mrs. Emmie S. Hayes, head of tech-
nical processes at the Miami Pub-
lic Library.
According to Mrs. Joseph Abe-
low, wh > assisted in the purchasing
of books primarily devoted to Jew-
ish interest, regular library hours
will be announced at a later date.
The library was recently recon-
structed by. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen
Kayser, of the Jewish Theological
Seminary Museum, and is current-
ly open to the public on Sundays
from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mrs. Eve
Sermoneta is chief librarian.
Hialoah Police Assn. Holds
"Social Affairs on Saturdays
Hialeah Police Benevolent Assn.
will hold a show and dance Satur-
day evening at the Hialeah Munici-
j pal auditorium, 4800 Palm ave.
The function is open to men and
, women of all ages, Lt. David May-
i nard, Assn. president, said Wed-
nesday. They are held regularly
each Saturday evening at the audi-
torium.
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pa. n um ni e-mi
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j The Bank of Miami
: Beach's 1112 increase
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the fastest piwinj btak
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I ... and, that's only the
beginning for, in the
last tew weeks, these
figures have been
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... proof positive that
confidence, service,
:: neighborhness and
\.\ deposit imuiance
< phis quarterly regular
;' 2Sk% interest payments
- are just whet folks
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Registration in All Departments
Continues at North Shore Center
Registration for the North Shore w.ll include arts and crafts, ath-
Jewish Center religious school will Jetics. music, dramatics and danc
continue Sunday morning from 10 ing. kinderear-
am to 12 noon. Jerry Sussman. < A daily nurser> and kindergar
chairman of the religious school, ten will f^ff**9*?:
announced this week. Children will to 12 noon for children from three
be registered in the Hebrew and to five years of age.
Sunday school, daily nursery and This year. North Shore plans to
kindergarten. introduce a new kindergarten class
The Hebrew school, open to for children of five years of age
children from eight years of age. where they will receive bilingual
features the integrated religious instruction simultaneously with the
school program as recommended reading readiness program used
by the Conservative movement, nationally in kindergarten ClMfM.
Under this program, students at- Hours will be from 9 ajn. to 12
tend Hebrew classes three times noon. Monday through Friday,
weekly, and the Sunday school cur- i Transportation is provided to and
ricMlum is i ihcarpofatod in this'from the Center for all classes,
classes. The curriculum offers com- Religious school program is fmder
prehensive courses in Hebrew Ian- the direction of Jerome B. Gordon,
guage. customs and ceremonies education and executive director
and history integrated with syna- 0f the North Shore Jewish Center.
gogue services and home ceremo-
nies.
The Sunday school offers an in-
tegrated ten-year course of study
from kindergarten to confirmation.
Students receive not only formal
instruction in religion, history and
ethics, but also training in habits
or worship through periods of pray-
er on the Sabbath and holidays.
A double session program pro-
vides for the correlation and inte-
gration of extra-curricular activi-
ties during the school hours and
+jWist _5^5VAugutt3i,
Rabbi Lehrfield in Kneseth Israel
week.
r will tb,
education prog^
Rabbi David Lehrfield and Can tnuing through t
tor Abraham Seif will of f iciate Sherwin Staulx
during High Holy Day services at school's
Kneseth Israel Congregation. said
Louis Dublin, Kneseth Israel
president. Wednesday revealed the
appointment of Rabbi Lehrfield.
The spiritual leader is a graduate
cantor stir *a*bi ummiB
Banned Works Are listed
JOHANNESBERK (VYNS) A
' consolidated list of banned publica-
tions, just published in the Official
Gazette, includes the infamous for-
gery' "The Protocols of Zion.' the
"International Jew," pamphlets
published by the *nti Semitic Brit-
ish group called 'The Britons" and
a brochure called "The World's i
Enemies." a vile attack on Jews.
Troublesome Yovtln
JERUSALEM (WNg)
of the Hfbrew Theologteaf College dirfurbing'raVcTn*
of Chicago and Northwestern Urn-1 onstration put m ,
versity^e has lecUirod extensive- guiy when M*J
ly thxombout the United States on &UUlrtAng the pe~ *
Bihlicfel d Talmudic Ulerature. *,
Dublin also revealed Wednesday '1o u" water ho!* to-assat
that regi^ratidfcWK pupils in Kne- demonstration aimed
sctb Israels celbjitmsajbool is con- traffic on the Sahbath
Sabbat,!
P(^7
at
Zamcra Schools
End Registration
Lester Shapiro, chairman of the
Zamora religious schools, revealed
this week that registrations of new
pupils l- in full swing.
The schools will be supervised by
Rabbi B. Leon HurwitZ, who will
be assisted by Mrs B Wayne in the
Sunday school and Mrs Stuart
Wagner in the Hebrew school de-
partment.
"Sunday school will consist of
eight grades in addition to a Bar
Mitzvah and Confirmation cass,"
Shapiro said.
Cantor Leo Ulrich will be heard
at the Selichot mignight service
on Saturday. Sept 1. The Sister-
hood will act as host at the 10:30
cofte hour that will precede the
service. Rabbi Hurwitz will preach
on "Our Season of Faith."
Beth Raphael Congregation
IB
(Formerly Downtown Synagogue)
139 N.W. 3r" AVfftUf
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
lAttr AMI IECRER ttmkmlu
Spirit** Uedtr A1ESM rttt
' CANTOR NISON MOSHKOilTZ ( lonaon
Traditional Services, Respeashre Rsadlwn hi E*f lit*. In i f,
f*rybdy to ettewd Mm Mwss of ted, tickets are voilotlt for 3 aj]
dollon ptr st. Make year raaacvtoaat aaw. Office h.rj: fm\
a.m. to 10 a.m. and frees S p.m. to 10 p.m.
CAU FR 9 44v ar Ft 3-W07
MM Sapors, Preiidmt tola* Kricoo j
Philip M. Klutznick. president of B'nai B'rith. has announced
appointment of Judge Samuel A. Weiss (left), of Pittsburgh,
vice president of the Order, as chairman of its National Fund
Campaign Cabinet, and Harry Yudkoff. Detroit, co-chairman.
Judge Weiss succeeds another Pittsburgher in the post, Her-
man Fineberg.
The Officers, Directors and Faculty
of the
GREATER MIAMI HEBREW ACADEMY
Deeply Mourn the Sudden Passing of
Our Beloved Treasurer and founder
Mr. Samuel M. Grundwerg
May His TNtie and Children find Consolation
in His Self-Sacrifice, Devotion and loyalty
to the Hebrew Academy
and to the Ideals of Torafi Everywhere
The OFFICERS and TRUSTEES of
Beth Israel Congregation
711 West 40th Street Miami
Cordimllf forte raw to cftoaW a
Siyum Celebration
in fconor of the cowotortoa of a vetoaM of fat Jmlmui av fat
Beta Isroel Talmud Study Group
to m* JmW Setoraay, StpHmmn 1st, 10:30 p.m.
im ear atw aJr- REFRESHMENTS Will N SERVED
The Slichos Service will immediately follow ot
12:00 midnight (no so/icifofionsj
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR OUR DIGNIFIED
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
REGISTER TOUR CHILDREN IN OUR
MODERN ORTHODOX HEBREW and SUNDAY SCHOttl
For Information Call JE 8-1251
CANTOR IE0 URUCH
%
PAYABLE QUARTERLY
on
INSURED SAVINGS
FEDERALLY CHARTERED
INSTITUTIONS
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED TO
$10,000 BY U.S. GOVERNMENT
AGENCY
INSURED SAVINGS SERVICE
AINSLEY BUILDING
Flogler at First Avt.
MIAMI 32, FLA., PH. FR 9-7976
The Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami
wisfces fts affiliates and foe entire Jewish community
A HAPPY, HEAITHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
MAY Wl SUGGEST.
THAT YOU HONOR YOUR LIVING FRIENDS OR MEMORIALIZE YOUR
DEPARTED LOVED ONES BY PLANTING TREES IN
ISRAEL IN THEIR NAMES
A TREE PUNTED IN ISRAEL COSTS ONLY $1.50
Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami
600 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39, Florida
(Eitfronce on Ponnsy|yMia AtVj
Telephone: JE 8-6464
PERU Airs YOU .
are one of the many unaffiliated residents of Greater Mianli
one of the many new families now .streaming into our commusOj
Beth David Congregation
2*25 S.W. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mimmi't OMesf CumnnmJtf Cff ffioa
AHilintd with Varied SrsMM mi Aawkt
cordially invites you to join our Congregational Family.
Ml MtftSNT i. .
Includes seats for the High Holy Days, Dally, Sabbath and Ft.
Services as well as Religious School education, cemetery pmiH
and a variety of personal services including those of the
and Cantor.
Muwoes SCNOOt ...
I'ruvktoa an excellent educational program for rtUftOaj
Nursery and Kindergarten through Bar Mitxvah and O*
tionr Aarajf p make them well integrated Amerawo J<-
ACTIf'miS : .
FW the entire family include: Institute of Adult JewPJ^
Si>tthood, P.T.A., Men's Club. Young Married*, T/^M
gogue Youth and Young People's League, Cotillion a*
For Information, Please Call FR 1 479$
TO ALL OUR MEMBERS, THEIR FAMILIES AND TOW
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY; OUR BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
Yoakov 0. Roto.fctro, *..; William W. l-
We autmi moil corJi4l imiwtn'" to
/ruifi Community of OfMMf M4u i" >''*** -n
OPEN.HOUSE MELAVEH MALKAH" RECEPTION
SAM RIMY. SEPTEMBER lot. 10 I'M
followed by
seuchos service
Starting at i: oo midnight
STNACOeUI Aft CONtVTfOMO POt rOl CO**"1


August 31, 1956
J^JartsliFhrldriari
h David Starts
(nbership Drive
Bmpaifin having as its goal in-
pg the membership to 700
Jes at Beth David Congrega-
nts been inaugurated at the
pgue here.
Seitlin. chairman of the
>ign, Wednesday informed
Membership of the drive and
j them "to enroll more rela-
[friends and neighbors in or-
j guarantee to them the many
It* of Beth David."
.. than 50 new families have
the congregation "with the
\,l 700 families looming as a
ossibility," Seitlin said.
lelederaMfefA
in Dade Area
savings and loan associa-
in Dade county are rated
the nation's top 66 savings
Dan associations, according to
nouncement by Joseph M. Lip-
president of Dade Federal
Savings and
Loan Assn.
I.iptiin. who is
also a director
of the United
States Savings
and Loan
League, said
the ratings are
according to to-
tal dollars in
savings ac-
| UPTON counts.
at five of the leading savings
oan associations are located in
and a sixth in Broward coun-
dicatcs, he believes, that peo-
this area have considerable
|money. much of which they're
ng into -avings.
ptnn made his announcement
figures compiled as of June
the publication. "American
ler." Besides the Dade county
j Lipton points out. savings and
associations from Florida gen-
are heavily represented
Ig the nation's largest 69 sav-
land loan institutions.
I this group. Florida is repre-
Id by nine of its savings insti-
ik It is exceeded only by
Jornia with 13. Since Califor-
|is greater in inhabitants and
Lipton believes that Florida
per capita basis may possess
I f ree money in savings ac-
\i> than California,
eighth place nationally and
in Dade county is First Fed-
I Savings and Loan Assn., with
p 11 SI4ft.874.946. Second in
county and 29th nationally is
Federal Savings and Loan
I with savings of $83,347,598
Page 9 A
mo ?nt*J,*fenT o I Hiatfadrut in brad. The center, built in
honor of Morn* L. Schaver. prominent American Jewhih leader.
U aponeprrfa by the Detroit HUtadrut campaign.

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CONGREGATION
BETH-EL OF GREATER MIAMI
Cerdiolly invites yM |. aUt4 ,ur Yamim Noraim Services t. b held
t ear new kMHM ot 715 Washington Avenue, Miami Baach, Florida,
m Rash Weahh September 5 th mnI 6th, MH, and Yam Kiaaar
laatiaaaar 14th, 115*.
The services will a* officiated by Mir own wall known Ci $0di
Nehmias. Wi > uri VN will mi pread 1o attend these services at
well at wt art honored to resent them for you.
Sincerely hoping to >ee all of yon and to personally wish you a Happy
Raw Vaar. m.^-, c-jb^ irtn
THI CONGREGATION COMMITTEE
All WEIC0A1E
JOSEPH PARDO, President
fill ADMI7MNCI
liETH I Ml III < 0\4.MI. VI IO\
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES IN OUR MEW BUILDING
12200 N.W. 2nd Avenue North Miami f
SEATS MODERATELY PRICED
CANTO* IStAEl H1EAIEI 4 CNOft
Call MU | 0690 far Reservations J
SPECIAL SELICH0S SERVICES MIDNIGHT SEPT. 1st
'..
I Strike in force
AVIV (WNS) The bus
e in the country, begun a week
i 's in full force and there are
sent indications of its early
ement. The issue is over fair
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
ANNOUNCES
ITS HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES FOR
REFORM JEWISH WORSHIP
TWO SERVICES IN THE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM
AND NEW AUDITORIUM TO BE CONDUCTED
Y
DR. JOSEPH ft. NAftOT DR. MAURICE N. EISENDRATH
a*aai op timpli iomail
Cantoh Jacoo aonNOTiiN
AND Cmoih
PniOIOCNT. UNION OP AMCniCAN
HUM* CONGniOATIONO
CANron Paul lien and CHoin
/nfermafien about Temp/e Membership and High Holy Day otfendonce
at the Office:
137 N.E. 19th Street
PHONE FR *-17S7
Daily between 9 a.m. and 5 a.m.
Shabbos Coffee

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TEMPLE ZION
5720 S.W. 17th STREET
AffiKerfed a*a Mm UNITED STNAeoeUES OF AMERICA
r. MOCK MIST OF REO ROAD ON 17th STREET
s the completion of Hs
New Air Conditioned Sanctuary
SEATINC ACCOMMODATIONS FOft 1000 PERSONS
ffeserveffons ore now being made for
The High Holy Day Services
Commencing Wednesday Evening, September 5th
Conducted by
RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN REV. GEORGE GOLDBERG
CANTOR JACOB 8ILVERMAN AND CHOIR
NEW MEMBER* FOR 19&0-57 ARE NOW BEING WELCOMED
MlMMOtfS, EDUCATION*!. ed SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Rafale* Services Sisterhood Men i Club
United Syaaaayan Yeath Greaps lay Scoots
Hebrew School Snnda, School Kmderanrten
Affiliated with the Bureau of Jewleh Education }
Roaarvatieno for Boat* May Bo Made During the Day and Evening
411 Jtffl WELCOME
mall Charge for tome Reeervationa
VISIT OR GUI OFFICE: HO 1-0479 M0 6-4724
FOR RERVATION OR FURTHER INFORMATION
Torah Temple
If 54 Win AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
HIGH UOilII11 SERVICES
sf raw beautiful end air conditioned
lliliistus \u 10th STREET and ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Officiating:
CANTOR JOSEPH W. MAIEK RABBI ABRAHAM M. CASSEL
Mafca year reservations by calling JE B-10S2, 9 a.ns. to 5 p.m.
ar ia person at 1104 West Avenue. Miami Beach
ligh ri-olij Daij Oerviccs
AT
Dade County Auditorium
Completely Air Conditioned
FUGLER STREET ft 29th AVENUE
Schedule of Services
ROSH HASHONAH EVE- Wednesday, September 5th
ROSH HASH AN AH-----------Thursday, September 6th
a Evening Service
Friday, September 7th
-----Friday, September 14th
------Saturday, September 15th
FOR THE CHHDREN
Ages II months to S years, nursery facilities
KOI NIDRE EVE-
TOM KIPPUR------
6-:45
1:00
6:45 p.m.
1:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
1:00 a.m.
5 la 12 years Junior Services
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
'* AND
CANTOR SAMUEL GOMBERG
OF THE
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
AT
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
DAILY ft SUNDAY
11:00 A.M. to 5 P.M. 7:30 TO 10 P.M.
BOX OFFICE OPEN OVER LABOR DAY WEEKEND
Phone HI 6-9230 MO 6-4470
SLICHOS SERVICES
Only Midnight Service on Hebrew Calendar
11:30 pan. Saturday, Sept. 1, 1956
Miami Senior High School, 2450 S.W. 1st St.
A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO AMJL
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Executive Posts for Gordon at N. Shore
ntomi goidoh
Jerome B Cordon h** been Ap-
pointed executive and education
director of the North Shore Jewi-h
renter. Milton R. Mannbejmer.
president, announced here
The Mami educator came here
in 1948 and sened Beth
resa'ion ir -imilar capacities.
Be later *ent to
p'e Kmanu-KI for I Mfl
" fell Hebrew edu-
hanan
Th-*>l(ca! Seminary and was
cremated iron. Yeshh L'l
irttll like ift^ree of Bache.
He attended the Inr.
of Rochester Graduate School, ma-
joring in education and adm.:
tion. where he received a veconda-
ry education teacher certificate
Since his arriral in Miami
don has been active in leading edu-
cation. Zionist and -ncial programs
He wwl n member ot the*
Hebrew Teacher^ license commit
tee. executive committee sof the
Bureau of Jewish Education an.! '>n
the board- of the ZOA and Zioni-t
Youth "n He wa* one of
the organizer* >>f I'nited Synagogue
Youth in Miami, serving as its
South Florida director.
Imberman to Get Scouting Award
Ira S. Imberman will be pre-
I with the N'air Tamid Award
ite Friday night services of
Beth David Congregation.
Ira i- a member of Troup 89 at
Beth David and
earned the
award, the bisjfc-
et recognition
accorded Scout-,
a- d result of
> u c c e5 f u 11 y
: i an ex-
amination
o\ Rosenl
spiritual leader
of Beth !
jtion.
letter from Grace t", Toll) secre-
tary to the lated IY' >nklin
D, Roosevelt, commenting on the
achievement.
Ira plans to leave for V
in September in order to enroll at
.ah University, where h
been granted a full scholar-hip
Ope* Mify 430 :X> p.m.
940 -71st St., Miami Beach
NOMumr ran
Opposite th* Fafata
TAKE I BUS DIRECT TO US
Free I'.irking Air Conditioned
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$3.95 none higher
lor a HAPPY ROSH II \silO\ I
ami lor YOM H IP PI It IT'S
IDA
Rabbi Simon April, of Miami He
School an tatkn, and
Rabbi Morris H
Ira i- 14 years old anrl graduated
from the Hebrew Academy in 1955
He fir-t won recognition in Febraa-
1945, when he memorized the
Salute to the Flag and received a
arsenics
ii
$
Irvin <*orc!on
eni
Haroicl lonl
HOTU
ON JHl OCIAN AT lira JTfffT, AVAMJ OfACN
larvitM conducted by the wtll known
Cantor Rev. Abraham W. Kleinman
in our own atr conditioned Syneojue
also Cottring to the Public with
lath Hoshona Dinners
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
and
RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKT
Directors
ENJOY THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
with Ow Delicious Strictly Kosher Meats
Royal Hungarian tos Restaurant!
WEASI MAKE rout USUVATIOMS UftTI
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE
r-WWV.
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rth OH THE nff;.-. v
SUPERB DININC
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ORCHESTRA
nu/s
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UnMtr ff.Mi.k.l S.o*r,h,
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MIAMI
WOW AIK CONDfTIONEO
Extend To All Their Patrons
and Friends
Sincere Wishes For A
Very Happy and
Prosperous New Year
Our Catering Service
is available for
Weddings, Bar MHzvas,
Organization and Social
Functions
MAKE &E3ERVATIONS NOW B"Or
ROSH HASHANA & YOM KIPPUR
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES ON PMMISFS SEPT S.IS
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a luncheon for tm on banqwt
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I August St. 1956
+Jei Pao. 11 A
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Synagogue Affiliation Annual Campaign
Sponsored by
THE GREATER MIAMI RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
"Do Not Separate Thyself From The Congregation"-Hillel
JOIN A SYNAGOGUE NOWI
// will serve you as a meeting place for
Jewish activities wherein friendships
will be moulded and the family of
American Israel bo strengthened.
The Synagogue is tbo heart of all our social
rid communal activityJewish education,
hilanthropy and social welfare. All ideals
thick animate our service to our fellow men
ire derived from the teachings of the Syna-
gogue.
The Synagogue is the source of spiritual
energy which motivates all our Jewish ac-
tivity. These ideals of spiritual service trans-
lated into good works are inherited from the
fraditions of our fathers. To preserve these
ieais, we must hoop alive that institution
vhich alone cam impart to our children and
grandchildren the will to live as Sows.
At the eve of our How Year 5717 wo are
King this grim challenge:
01 the estimated 25,000 Jewish families
|fn ffc|l area, 15,000 an unaffHiatod.
In order to meet this challenge, the Groat-
ler Miami Rabbinical Association has sot
\cside the month of Ellul-the month in which
Iwe ore fo prepore ourselves spiritually for
\the Holy Seasonto call upon our people in
\the Greater Miami area to return to God and
\the Synagogue.
JOIN A TEMPLE NOW!
It will serve yon as a homo far religious
education.
SPORADIC JUDAISM
Are you a sporadic Jew? One who fre-
quents the Synagogue twice or three times
a year?
Are you a sporadic Jew? One who visits
the Temple or calls on the Rabbi only when
afflicted with personal problems?
The Synagogue was always a fortress to
the faithful Jew, and a rock in time of op-
pression. Think of the possible force tor
good that the Synagogue may wield when
oppression is not at its heels.
THE JEW AS A POSITIVE UNIT
The Synagogue is a positive element in
Jewish IHe. Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform Judaism are united in bringing to
tbo fore the groat teachings of our religion.
The Jew must become a positive force for
the happiness of himself and of his children.
YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
Some people argue, "I want to have my
children understand the meaning of Juda-
ism, bat I personally do not need it." You
need it \ust as much as your child. Parents
and children who walk together with the
spirit of the Synagogue, will stand together
with love and deeper affection.
Synagogue affiliation moans a happier
family life. Synagogue membership brings
a renewed IHe to the household by treating
a common interest.
* taomnm e^mamm Minium < Of*e*r
WHAT THE SYNAGOGUE CAN DO FOR
Synagogue membership will:
Enrich your religious life;
j
Enable you to participate and contribute
to the educational, cultural and social
life of your people;
Help you build the faith in God and belief
in our heritage which will serve as a
mainstay all through life;
Give a feeling of self-respect in that you
w'dl help support that institution which
serves you as it does all Jews, a service
which you may or may not be conscious
of receiving.
Give to the Synagogue the best you
have, and the host will come back to
you.
THE ETERNAL CALL
At this time when we ere preparing to
welcome the awesome days of Rosh Hashona
and Torn Kippur, imploring oar father in
Heaven to remember us in tbo Book of life,
we urge everyone:
INSCRIBE YOUR MEMBERSHIP WITH
THE SYNAGOGUE OF YOUR CHOICE!
The first stops to happiness are the
Synagogue steps/
Stop forward and join a
Synogogue NOW/
1
Rabbi Mayr Abramowitx. North Shore Jewish Canter
Rabbi Simon April. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation
Rabbi Horbort Baumgard. South Dad. Jewish Cantor
Rabbi Ario Becker. Both Raphael Congregation
Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Yeohira UnlYermity Field Director
Rabbi Abraham Caaaol. Toroh Temple
Rabbi Lows Carol. Torah Temple
Rabbi Abraham Herson. Tlfereth Israel Narthside Center
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit*. Zamora Jswish Center
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Temple Israel
Rabbi Minard Klein. Temple Beth ? of Hollywood
Rabbi Leon Kronlsh. Temple Beth Sholom
Rabbi bring Lohrman, Temple Emanu-El
Rabbi Isaac Lorec, Monncollo 9mk Congregation

Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Temple Both Sholom of Hollywood
Rabbi Morton Makrrsky. Israelite Cantor
Rabbi Joseph Ncaat Temple Israel
Rabbi Henry Okolica. North Dado Jewish Center
Rabbi Boris Rackorsky. Hktleah-Mlami Springs Jewish Center
Rabbi Joseph Rackorsky. Both TfUah Congregation
Rabbi Yaeikor Rosenborg. Beth Darid Congregation
Rabbi Darid Shapiro, Temple Sinai of Hollywood
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Coral Way Jewish Cantor
Rabbi Morris Shop. Coral Gables Jewish Cantor
Rabbi Tibor Stern, Both Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Both El Congregation
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Temple Zion





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DIAN JMfM Will
Gain from Research in Uranium
Florida, leadin? the South in lam, and discovery of practical
promoting atomic energy develop- method- of eoaratini electricity
ment. and Israel stand to benefit from atomic power, which he ex
mutually from research on how pects in "five years." Dean Weil
economically to utilize uranium in mm an industrial boom for South
phosphate rock, according to Dean Florida.
Joseph Weil of the University of -xhe future holds a tremendou-
Florida's engineering college. promise lor this area, and the time
Recently returned from a month is coming when South Florida will
in Israel advising the government industrialize." he predicted
on the states engineering school Kev (n ,nP expansion is tapping
and research and Industrial exnan- ur;imum in phosphate, one of Flor
sion. Dean Weil Wednesday cited i(jas greatest natural resource*,
common problems of the two gov- yach ,on of phosphate mined con
ernments while on a brief sojourn ,., .,, two-tenths of a pound ]
nere- of uranium, which could produce '
With the solution of the extrac- p,,w.pr equivalent to 900 tons of'
tion problem, also an Israel prob- coa| or h50l) b.,rr,.N ,,
LA^
Beth Sho!omfs New Sanctuary Being
Rushed to Completion for Holidays
The new Temple Beth Sholom on held in the main Sanctuarv and
41st st. and Chase ave. is being will be conducted by Rabbi Leon
rushed to completion so that it may Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kele-
he ready in time for worship dur mer "
ing the High Holy Days, according Rabbi Kronish is beginning his
to Ralph Spero. Beth gholom's 13th year of spiritual leadership at
Beth Sholom. during which time
the congregation has grown from
president.
"Our construction committee
under the chairmanship of Charles
Silvers, associate architect Herbert
20 families to 850. In addition to
Cantor Kelemcr. educational direc-
Israel also has phosphate re-
sources, though like Florida it is
scarce on fossil fuels. Further sim-
ilarities are found in the seared
for ml and the "pattern of indus-
trial development." the IF dean
declared
"Coordinated research and ex-
change of result- will therein M
mutually advantageous," Dean Weil
said.
"Three year- ago there w,i- noth-
ing but apathy in the state dm
atomic energy development. Todaj
Florida i- in the forefront among
From
Bfown & Williamson Tobacco Cora
Manufacturers of
Kool, Raleigh and Viceroy cigarette,
and other quality tobacco products
Best Wishes fop
a Happy & j
Prosperous New Year
5717
......." -"-*-\ iutv oiwinru nt"iit"l -...........vt| MHvuviMi uuw --
Mathes and builder Morris Burk. tor Sydney J Greenberg and execu- ,..?! JL oT tomic en*r
have worked closely an summer to live secretarj Belt] Malakoff. Tern- Ky, "'."' ,''-'" w''1'- "'"' ;'|s,' '''
make certain that the final touches i'!<' "<"' Sholom has a sti...... 24 ," ,"' ;'' en*lneerin| and In-
on the new Sanctuary will be com- '"" ;"1,1 P*rt-time teachers
pleted in time," Spero explained youth leader- tor its program of
! dustrial experiment station, which
he nays now doe- more work than
CROWM FENCf
Wednesday
The new Sanctuary will seal
1.800 people, and the Temple's eon
btantly growing membership will
be fully accommodated This year
children'- hour for young-
under the age ol 19 wiil take
place not only on Yom Kippur from
l to 2 p.m.. hut we shall also man
" special services for children
I 'in- age level on Rosh Hashona,
Sept. ti and 7, from 4 to 5 p.m.
"These special services lor chil-
ol oui religious school will be
educational
lies.
and recreational activi-
al
STEVENSON HITS G.O.P.
Continued from P.g. I A
all the oil,,.,- Southeastern univer-
sities combined
In Miami u/ednesda) with Mrs
Weil, the engineering dean was In
Israt I on request of the Israeli gov-
ernment three Weekl
He report- Israel- onl) engineer
: school, the Hebrew Institute ol
< Jii-I -ettlenient ol the
Arab-Lsraeli conflict was upset by Technology (Technion), winch
Soviet bloc sale of arm. to the "'lv''- financial help from
Arab countries,' it recommends '"'r "' s"l,ltl floridians,
no steps to redress the imbalance, quipped and has attracted
merelj says the bast hope for n"Ul1 European scientists
pence in Ihe Middle East lies in '"'"ll>
the l line.i Nations
re-
a mini
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some
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August 31. 1956,
MBBBbUm
ter Miami To Usher In Rosh Hashona With Services Wednesday Eve
ir:idrrs in Houses of Worship will enter their Dulniu nn w.^n..H.____i__.__. ...._._
bl leader in Houses of Worship will enter their pulpits on Wednesday evening Sept 5 to lead
egations in the opening prayers ushering in Rosh Hashonathe Hebrew New Year 5717
_. ^11 continue through Thursday and Friday. Sept. 6 and 7. with cantors and choirs rendering
Li portions of the ancient Rosh Hashona liturgy and spiritual leaders delivering MfUaZ 2
Jo the occasion. Reform congregations will observe the High Holiday with services on WedmVT
e and Thursday only.
Km TRtELP7MTc^,f|vUnit-CnCe W"' ** gPOkCn '" "TflgL^'P *"** ****** midnight.
Rjbbi Isaac Ever.
Si tin day *:30 a.m.
li.'mVimi: ii the Cronaroadn
adox.
.it tne <____
Kellchot Saturday
Solomon tirecnhcrg
l{..vh Mii.-htinM W'ednea-
rThiirrtJ a.m. Sermon:
L_ p.,iv. r for Life." Friday
I, confeealoa of sin
EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
LviD. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
ve. Rabbi Yaakov Roten-
|tor William VY. Lipson.
i.in s. mhoii: "Democracy
i,,i '. .i in Bar Miti-
r .,,ii ,,r Mi ii m.i Mra. Bert
1,'lp.i Sal irda> midnight.
>|,;,| -lilliill KlIO. k i Roatl
,. |i m Thiirndav
ill lo Live." Friday
i all of Hi.- iho-

tL 500 SW 17th ava. Or-
fabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
or Louis Gartenhaus.
p.m Ralurday life a.m.
midnight. H'.hIi
In |i in. Thura-
; "" inie a Soul "
- ,.ii The I'iiuii of
ullllon "
e
lEMETH. 12201 NW 7th
ervativa.
I ;. ill (Suesl -piiltual lender
Ik' Mnl) Ii.i\ acrvlcra: Rab-
in, i-.n. <>f \|.pl.i..n. Wla.
i Ralurday. Roah
I ,i n i. ;.i p in s.-i -
nml Tomorrow" Thurn-
iiii.'ti: "The Sanctuary
n Set......1: "The
1.1 1I1. Shofar."

jlSRAEL, 4000 Prairia ava.
Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
P m Saturday S:30 a.m.
rii. rii 1 1.1 life." Srllih.it
nnilnliln. Li I" preceded by
l.ni. \V..ln.- J.m. Thurda> s a.m. Scr-
Rhofar '"r.-ail'in" FYI-
ermon; "Tha Beacon of
JACOB, 301-311 Washing-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
ntor Maurice Mamches.
da) I in a.m.
I !..... 11 Sellchot
W .....n "Let Ua
I 1 '. dneada) Roah
Children to he'
Thuraday ,
p 111. Ker-
) 1 ... in "Ufa
and w ill Jewry Bvei
I RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
hodox. Rabbi Aria Backer.
Sam 1 :n a m.
1 .1'- Hall-
liUM) ran-
Roah Haahona
'I.....-lai v a ill
1 hllem -- <
I ......n. Tha

TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava.
' Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
lurtbi) v 30 a m.
itdntght. HNh
in 1. in. Thursv
m.. iih luiilil
na ~. 1 mona an
GABLES CENTER. 3M
ve. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
ntor Irving Robinson.
Ret 111011: "Detite-
1 Isaiah. i'h.
.. >l Saturday nM-
Roah Hashona 7:30
iai and FYlday :4* a.m.,
' on '"Hi daya i.> Rabbi

[L WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Sax Shapiro. Cantor Sam-
rg.
t Weal Miami llluh
'-'. Wh\ Sermon:
^ iN.inr?- Scll,l,i nil.l-
CANDUUGHTMG TMt
Elul 24 6:18 p.m.
' ...... _
i-i
1 Miami I Hah School,
rtnon: "Why Mrei
fhI' ll"*h Haahona' Wed-
'"' mi Moi> iia> ear*.
"inly auditorium
Da,
";l Krida, v M s.ini..,,,..
A '." iail ,.f ^.,uiw|f."

MR GRANADA. 50 NW
Conservative. Rabbi Lao
. i I ..... I'.nr
I; M, ..,, Hrl
I ".......1: "Weakly
I "t,Ihi mldnlchl
E iinii .u-''"-"l.n- 311 a in.
.;'..','.. 1.,; of
Her-
% "f
10 a llappj
'DON ROOFING AND
p MHAl WORKS
later
Mi-i.nria m.;
HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Grosa.
l-rlday p.m. Saiui.lnv ">' "Tha SlKliill.an, e ,.f Sellrhht "
S.-lli hot Saluida.v midnight. ".. nt..,
Morrla Kriu-hler will offi. iatc. U,,.|,
Haahona W.-dncaday 6 ii.m. Thuradni
S a.m. Sermon: A Vear Retro-
apeeL KrMay 1 a.m.
e e
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Boris Rackovsky.
I 1 i'1'i I 1". p.m. Saturday It a in Roah
Haahona Wedneada) S:l2nm, Thnra-
day S a.m. Sermon: "I'ravine: \.
ITeylnjr" Friday a in s,., ,,,
Th. Spiritual l.lKhl-A Hoi] Con-
fluRi-atioii
e e e
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
th at.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Carli officiates.
e a e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe sf., Hollywood. Con
sarvaiiva. Rabbi Samuel Lorer.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
203 Polk at., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
e e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Ma lav sky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Friday ann ,,m RiSorda'y v m a.m.
Sermon: 'W.-.-kly portion Hellchol
Saturday mldnuihl Barmen: "Prep
aratlon." Ronh Haahona \v.,in, tU]
Mi rnuradaj ; rw a.m. Sermon'
rhe Bhofar CaJI* Pridaj I 10 m
Sennoii: -The Tine.. Booha."
e e .
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
t: Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday i", p m Baturda] s M .1 m s'.-r-
"";" "i"n Bond With Eternltj
seilchoi Kalurda) mldnlcht. Wednea-
aajf Roah rtaahona u m. Thuraday
.in a m. Sermon: "Renewlna Our
11 I.If..." Friday ?::io a.m. Ser-
mi.n: Tha Man Wh., Lived in Tenta."
Thuraday g a.m. Sermon: "Making the
Moat of Our Vers." Friday S a.m.
Sermon: "The Might Goal, for L.lfe al
Ihe Mew Tear."
a e
MONTICELLO PARK. 144th at.
u%4 NE 11th eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
Friday till p.m. Sermon: "It la In
Hhmell Who Sele.-ts th Bond Which
Irav^U Llfe.^' Saturday > a.m. Bell-
hot Saturday mlrtnlaht. germnn:
Slanlflcaiice of Mellchot Servh-i -
Movie from larael lo be ahown enti-
tled "Man on a Bua." Faaah Haahoni.
Wednaaduy (:30 p.m. Thuraday S a.m.
Sermon: "Itebirth of Man In a New
World." Friday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Ideal
Parenthood That Createa the Meal
I'hlld."
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SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Borele Kelemer.
Friday 6:3l p.m. Saturday Km a in
Samoa: "sfaaaaaa to a Trouided
World." Sell, hot Saturday mldnisht.
Roafe HaaWham Wedneaday 6 R in
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This May be a Modern Worid But Slavery Piagaes
HILARY MI\DLI\
7 OiAtffS Of fHfOOOf NMZL TiuUwd Mited -4 wt* m >" **'*
by Mania L.-f-H..I 494 pp. New Yark: TW feat Press. S7M.
B m a itnfca of fortune that the man moo changed Zaonisr-
a philosophy of action rather than of dreaming and became the frr>er
of brad should have >tarted out as a playlight and journalist The
Diaries which he kept from the time he fir* conceived of tat> extra-
ordinary -olution to the Jewish problem !8S6 until he had Uatind
himself out working for it il904 are full of draautk denrraataoa.
excellent dialogue, and that mo-: :*s.ruung aspect of an. re-
I- seems clear from the DiarK the outset. Hen] hac
notion of the tremendous irr.p-r. tab .iea w. j>d havethat it would
lead him far from bjs 1 ace and emotion, and ante ttae
receiving rooms of nearly every" ruler or ;- n
that it would, in a few short month', become taa
and the director of hi* action. and that it would kill bra nine ?
later, two months after hi* 44th birth^a>
The inspired fa- of the true visae-nery dictated h.
and his own chronicles. It t to convey bow Herri, m has
Diaries, -bows him<*if t.. ha\e been boUi .r.id> and outside his des-
tiny In 1896 be wrote: A I sat on the platform 1 oderwer!
a curious experience I saw and heard my legend hemg made Yet
he worried c whether his plan vac rea!!> feasible or whether
he was "only making a joke of himself. In the moments of despair
which reveaied h:- ereat commitment, he would think about dropping
the whole thj:? or ^iwng the leadership to someone else.
In the arrogance of prophecy he could write "Whoever *
\r> prove nght within 30 year* must needs be considered crary for the
two week*.'" and At Basel I founded the Jewiti State If I vaid
ut loud today I would be greeted h> universal lauehter I'
ne will per
tartly fif: jtcr.
-to bein. her
- I -till lack the apt' '
and a voice which often qu;\ered in excitement
II tell the Pope that Terror
m were not precisely the best means for convei
ild n nptetely to I
i
" neither r.ic:'-n- I
;'' '; r did he conceal
m pew
as ao Jew
i wrote
i achie-.-
pervers* -
be zrcacu-
t editor Mar
by the ex
"*ut naw th -

Herz ter.

IN certain parts of the world.
rw4* what the IN calls
practices similar to s'avery'-
trues the world', ronsci-
efice In Saudi Arabia, there is
the susweie* that here may even
be market* for the sale of chattel
*hich are transported to
refeJB lands -Debt Bondag
torn aeon in a number of Arab
lands Serfdom "till exists in
man> of -he -tate* reoresenU
the Arab League Ship* prving
ttae Red Sea and the Persian Gulf
itt starves Many of them
are nc children In some
piac*"- BVta modern" world.
e raids are still stagedjust
as they were 250 years aro hy
traders who raided African vil-
'aee- far rwr'nr* to be shipped
- -v- F- \-h colo-
nies which later formed an Am-
erica* government of their mm
What ha a!l att
T.OV- trpronrtation of the Suez
Cana:' An internaoonal confer-
ence under way nght now at
- Nstassss Headquarters in
taxOfea show? the connection be-
tanma the Sue* and slavery
That Geneva conference wa*
railed many months ago Except
for Bnta.r. which had sponsored
a new In- il Treaty
acsar.-z nasesjaj in the I'nited Na-
oaH, nane of ttae bag powers paid
aaj attention to that conference
The t'r.ited Stales had an-
nounce.) iti "difference The
et I'nion had opposed Brit-
ain r. treaty proposal Saudi
Arabia, one of the chief sinners.
: ly stayed aloof Egypt, in an
tare Saudi Arabia's face,
led the ficht against Britain's pro-
P'lsal The new Republic of Su-
dan, a me the Arab
League, where slavery i* still
practice.! according to vme re-
had a attend the
H : n nee prutaahr* n
an effort to brazen things (.ut
Urael which has often denounced
i ; definii
commit ted to participation
1'p to three day- before the
a naaeUnt j> to open, only
11 o untri
represented I-rael
amone them Suddenly over a
lions of attend-
ance started p frf,m
other t \ e USA
changed it< mind. The Soviet
I'ruon did the same thing. It was
obvious that, in this fight between
Wetern morality ad Arab slave
practices, the powers had decided
to take a hand The West wanted
to se slavery a* a stick with
which to beat the Arab world.
The Soviet bloc, despite its pro-
fession of advanced liberalism on
a subject like slavery, wanted to
be sure that its Arab friends did
not get hurt too badly.
It is well known neit that Sau-
di Arabia is the world's last re-
mainipg center of slavery. Ore
of the clauses in the new treaty
proposed by Britain would brand
as 'piratical'" any ship caught
transporting slaves. And pointing
the finger directly at Saudi Ara-
bia, that clause designates the
sea areas where that rule should
operatea aone including the
Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.
The suspicion about the exist-
ence of slavery in Sudan was
pointed up here some months
ago. when the Sudan applied far
admission to membership in ttae
I'nited Nations (a phm since ap-
proved by the *.
:"-,^'
Press confer*,,* -
whether sintn J1
his country The ,n *
and comp|K.Ud_(*''
*"*'" t0 ,h': In oi
Sudan. -uVer> '
**> t,m* fo: he*-,
bout other paru of J,|
Israel's delegate,
Kban. brought Saudi,
\emens ,|lve ,
* once. Ust rnmoki
cunty Council Wj
"mply tired of heai
League spokesmen
vanced thinkers a7"
pointed up their I
recalling that pra
went out of mode a %\
worW in medieval oar,,
to vogue in some Anal
It is ironical that.
ttae Suez issue, tbt b_
have suddenly
sUvery i^ue as on <
ing. At least Israel's^
the issue has beendearL
right from the heginstav
Interesting Notes on American
BORIS MftflMff
Statistics Give a Disturbing View of Youth's Outlook Today
IS Jr young generation Jewi-h minded' A studv
conducted by B nai B nth among 200 ten ager's
all of them members of the B nai B'nth Youth
Organization-offers a very gloomy answer to this
question The youths. 120 boys and 80 girb. were
selected at random from a group of more than 2 000
adolescent members of the BBYO residing in an
area from Ohio to the Rocky Mountam-
They were questioned about their interest in nine
types of activities Interest in athletics turned out
to be first among boys and interest in Jewish con-
tent" activities turned out to be la-st. Among the
girls, social activities took first place in interea
while "Jewish content" activities was eighth, one
removed from the bottom. The definition
"Jewish content"
for
ras given as projects or activities
focused on developing Jewish consciousness. Jew-
HERBERT G. UFT
MtaMfcdlt, or pr.de in Jewish culture and I
^JZ" ri,ed ,he follo'n* sing books Wlth a Jewi>h theme, listening to JewLsh
music uagina Jewish folk songs, taking dates to a
T" '',$m',<* ^ C'rK ri,ed 'h^' follow.
l^tenrng to a lecture on Jewish custom. &?h
h^Lv 1 .w "rvat,v' a"d Onhodox Judaism
mTr?hh,,H,hW ^"P ^mH -* in hear-
m a rabbi discu*s ww phases of Jewish life .
taZZ T "Ld g,rh ^mpd -2^ ~S
terested than the older boys d g.rK Wlcl.
Pating in s,nagog.e or temple
AMERICAN Jews reading the
** newspapers, seeing televi-
sion, know something about the
way Jews figure on the American
scene. They know Mr. I-eh man is
the Senator from New York, that
Oregon has a Jewish IS Senator.
that L*wll Straus is head of the
Atomic Energy Commission and
so on. However, few American
Jen know much about the corre-
sponding scene in carry America.
Ask them, and the majority have
a vague impression that they have
heard that Columbus might have
l>een a Jew and there was a Haym
bob l'u' their knowledge al-
most stops there
To dispel this ignorance. I can
nmend Harry Simonhoffs
I pubhsh.-d Notable Jews ui
America His book is a compila-
tion of short biographies of Jew-
ish pioneers in America dunng
i he four ser>re and seven years"
' -n the founding of the Re-
public and the outbreak of the
war between the states.
V the time of the American
Revolution, there were only some
3.000 Jews in the 13 original
tiut the country's whole
population was only some three
millions. Three thousand in three
millions || vtiii small, but the
Jewish contribution cannot be
measured purely by the yardstick
of number*
There was Aaron Lopez of New-
port for instance. Dr. Ezra Styles.
president of Yale. caOaii
the most important
America L >pez owned,
more than 100 coastal
When we realize, a- emfi
of American history
significant part the Ni
Acts played in the
Revolution, we grass tail
tance.
The Jew vat imporUaU
he was out of the
most of the settlan TkrJ
can populated at ttae
homogeneous most If
Saxon, save for the bUdH
The Jews, on the other I
resented an exotic eleuatl
ing fresh ideas from >
of the world and havisji
tions in all parts of tat I
Thus, the Sephardic
rcKponsible for intr
tille soap making, whgfc]
brought with them frtal
and their connection!
persed Jew- m all parts<
world made them \alua*l
expansion of Amencai
trade.
The fact that the Jea'
religious nonconformist i
important. America is I
exemplar of religious
Yet it is wrong to thuik I
idea of religious liberty i
have to fight its way is /
We find Quakers
against in early
Baptists in colonial
HARQiM f RIB A LOW
Some Portraits in the World of
THE GREENBERG SAGA
FHmland Casts About tor Movies Based on Old Tradition
PEW motion pictures dealing with specific Jewish
in^.?T?. WCTe comP|etd during the past vear.
While there was a vogue in Biblical stories three
four years ago. 1956 dldn t ^ the %un of ^
1S' #Te d^m ;Queen of Babylon." a low-
budgeted film produced in Italy by Nat Wachs-
There was only one Biblical film of stature in
mem^Th 'k Ho,,>wood "" Ten Commlnd
e"**- St*! ,wo > of photography md
editmg has been completed in its musical coring
Sr*osn' dubbing. Made at a cost of over
beeu^rZwtCH ^^ PUS -"nwhUe^Is
neen previewed by Paramount in Salt Lake City
Joseph and his Brethren," long on the schedule
of Columbia executive Jerry Wald. again had to be
postponed when the producer, in a surprise move
EttZfJT his own.
ers who have at Ihnr I
basic record books of W
Yet I like to think J
berg's elevation to *.'
Fame as a tribate not i
strong Jewish boy wboi
self a baseball tan*"
spirit of Aroertct
final analysis, does
recognize sports ataW-
Bronx of immigrant It-regardlcs. of m
ligioo Sometunes.
ode,.. wh,ch ha. :n),z trrtmn 5 n",,,r*1
the novel by the late Trull t. COmmor "**
-urce material dJ:^.yT;rrS,heann ^ ^ *
only recently had tried h.m'sliVT script"re* Odels.
subject, this MtottetoiZT'1*'***1
Flowering Peach." lengend 7vT' !* "
One more Biblical fenlore *nd ,h<> Ark
has been announced U, Trodu^^mn Wd Sh<'b
>ear. with Arthur HorJbmw ^ "n Spa,n "
Jr,
now locati
hunting at the fberiar P, ""w ,oc">n
Mill has
UE was a husky awkward boy.
with powerful muscles strong
enough to propel a baas ball long
distances He fielded and had to
work many hours of overtime to
Pick up some of the tricks of
Paying baseball. He had an ob-
viously Jewish name and he came
from the
Parents.
Vet today. Hank Green berg is
in baseballs immortal Hall of
r*me He expressed it humbly
nd well himself when, in his lit-
speech at the ceremonies at
t ooperstown. he recalled his be-
wnmngs and paid tribute to the
I nited States for ttae tremendous
honor that had come his way
At this u me. one can expect the
sports journals to recall Green-
P*rgs feats, and to quote the St
T'Lrun*h<" h,t >n *
wtnch was beaten only by
and equalled by Jiaamy
Twentieth Centry-Fox
'The Greatest Story EveTToW." ^^ Fo" *Utu,ies ">w e
^he typawntera | Use
palled by the en**** J
snubs, of socalled
wUL But more ofua ""I
have a Greenberf_fW
makes up for the rest
TMiHACINGMAH
Every once A
fans write to ask > ,
coinparatiwly 'fVTlfl
in the "social *>*"*_
any. golf, tennis. P*
ing. etc The tatl
is eanerging in
m some of these
for smother day.


toust 31, 1956
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
nued from Peo '3 A
DADE CENTER. 13630
Ihwy. Conservative. Rabei
kolic
Canter Merke
, in Sermon: "The Holy
lh lUdldaye." Sellchot Bat-
nlKht Ibwh ""hiina Wcl-
|> urn Thursday 8:S0 a.m.
IV New Vear'a MfW<-."
' m Sermon: "The Holy
SHORE CENTER. 620
tonserv.tive. Rabbi Mayar
|ti. Cantor Edward Klein.
I ,n Saturday Si4r a.m.
k), Kenneth, son >f Mr. and
M Simon Sermon: 'Abund-
|i,.,iln> Sellchot Saturday
Sermon: "The Power of
Ui,i.li Hashona Wnlmi-
Tliuraday n.n, s.-r-
i:.in.....I>er." Friday
,,n: 'Faith Reborn."

DADE JEWISH CEN
I Miami Community Hall.
Rabbi Herbart M. Baunv
ual leader: Rahlil Benjamin Kraanow,
member of the field staff of lh I'nlon
of American Hebrew Congregations
Cueat Cantor: t'het Oale Sermon:
"New Year Resolves for a New Con-
Kteication Thursday a.m. Kermon
'The Call of the Hhoiar "
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
it. Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred
WumM.
Friday 11:30 p.m. Saturday % a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Composition of the Ulan
Holy Day Services." Sell, hoi Saturday
midnight (iueat Cantor: Jacob Silver-
man. Sermon: "In the Still of the
Night." Roah Haabona Wednesday
:S0 p.m. Thursday a.m. Kermon:
"The New TearThe New Man Frl-
tej > -am Hrrmon: "Approaching
Our Heavenly Father."
a
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15 A
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
s HEREBY CIVKN that
LEOAL NOTICE
..-" V ". "e.rr.ni uiykji mat NOTICF
o^r.d:r.H-'L'!".''-.A'"].r,'.'.' "*' l-'th. undersigned, desiring to engage
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HKKKItV CIVEN that
LEGAL NOTICE
RAM A. 1-K I.I.MAN
mark vEpWE2?
420 Lincoln Road. Miami lleach. Ha.
R/3I 9/7-14-21
TIF1RETH
Miami ay*.
ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Canter Albert
Clan*!.
Friday :30 p.m. Sermon: "New Re-
Hpollaibllltlee at the Till eahold of a
New Year." Saturday a.m. Bar Mlta-
Ivah: Michael Si.v.n. aim of Mr. and
.Mrs Victor Rerkowiti. Sermon:
'Flvalnating the Covenant of Sinai '
Sell,-hoi Saturday midnight Sermon
'Life's Sacred rurpoae." R.,_|i Hash
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTRE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictltlim. name of
SCHAKER'S I.IQIiilt BTORB, at IM
N.F7 7th Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register aaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County. Florida.
JACK H. self A PER
MARY C. SCHAFER. Sole Owners
KEKSI.ER DARK
Attorneys for Appllranta
17! W. Flagler St.
S/Jl S/714-t.l
Florida.
HELEN MARIE ROSE
Sole Owner
DAVID M. CUNSIIAK
Attorney for Applicant
H/l-l7-24-JI
hi'ii.'i
mi ii
S. r
|lll lh*
ursda>
Wednesday 8:11 p.m. R,J*-fti,*jrMi PJS: *<<"" "The
ii ai Hi.- I'ntveralt)
n "The Fear of flod
lleglnning f Wla-
, in "The Sab-
W<
r
ouistown It
fi i 'antor:
\',. York city.
Ol
ll It
Leon -
HWEST JEWISH CENTER
18th sf. Conservative. Rab-
im Levitan.
. s.......n "Belli h,.t "
i, hoi midnight
II.,-l, IM
SW S7lh
w. dni sday 10 p m
;,i .i.in s.-, -
! i.iji
Ti day" and
nf the Hhofar


Call of the Shofar The Votoe of th,
Jew." Thursday a.m. Sermon: "A
Sacred Day for the Universe."
e v e
TOR AH TEMPLE. 1254 Watt
awe. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
Roah Hashona Wednesday- fi.M p m.
Thursday and Friday s a.m., with'
H.iblil Cassel pi -caching sei inona on
both days. High Holy Day services |
scheduled for Hibiscus Maaonli audi-
torium. lh at, .mil Alton rd.
a e
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leen Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
y S:S0 p m S'aturda
Sellchot Katurd u
nddnlisht i in. st
4144 Cantoi Leo irli.h Sermon: "Oar
Heasoi < Faith Roah Haahona Wad-
a. Liberal. KaDDl Laon neada) t 10 p.m Tburadai : :: a.m
Cantor Samual Kalamer. *".....| ">'<' Mature Man" I
.i in s. i iii.,n "Th.. I'pllft... spr-
it."
BETH SHOLOM.
Liberal. Rabbi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND OR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN PROBATE. No 3aft3
In II. ESTATE I IK
HARRY RITTNER. De.eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Mav-
Inga Claims or Demanda AkmIiisI Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are herehv
notified and required to piesent any
clalma and demanda which von. ,,i
either of you. may have against the
estate of HARRY RITTNER. de.eased
late of Miami Beach, Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. frank h
dowlINO, County ,1,1,1k.- of Dada
County, and file the same In his of-
nea In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within elitht calendar
month! from the date of the flr-t
publication hereof. Said claims or
demanda t,, contain the leeal addreaa
of Hi,, clalmanl and t., be sworn t.,
and preaented at aforeaala, a -......
rill !' barred s., Section i:'n uLtw
IM1 Probate \. I
Date A usual IS, \ i> ll
I.II.I.ian RITTNER
As Executrix of the L.-i "/III and
went of
HARRY RITTNER,......I
MAX R SILVER
At tome) for Executrix
* .11 9/7-H-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
NOTICSi UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN thai
the iimlei -iKii.-.i, dealrlns to ensaae In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
FRAME TECHNICAL INSTITUTE,
at Miami. Florida, Intends t renlsler
aaid nania with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Da.le O.untv, Florida.
,..,. FRAME, inc. (A Fli. Corp.)
HARRY H TEITEI..MAN
Attorney for Applicant
904 Ills, aync Bids.
S/10-17-14-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnK to .mus,- In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
RALEIGH HOTEL CIGAR STAND
at RalelRh Hotel, 1777 Collins Avenue,
Miami Uea. h. Florida, intend to i.-a --
M name with the Cle-k of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- Conntv. Hoi Ida
Rl'DDLPH BCHBR,
Partner. :', Inter*
SAI.I.Y BCRBR,
^_ Partner. V,V. Interest
ROBERT A KANTKI!
Attorne) f,,r Rudolph Seller and
Sally Scher
I/17-I4-S1 /7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN that
the underalsnad, deaiiliiK to angave in
bualneas under the fictitious name ..(
TROPICAL HAY HOTEL 4 APTH
at Dad.- County, Florida, Intends to
reclater aaid name wiih the Clark of
th.- ciicuit Com i ..f Dada County.
Florida.
JADONA, INC Sola Ownara
M.\H\ FABBR
am,,i n,v i,,i Applicant
1812 C,MUI .SS llldg.
S 17-.')-.11 9/7
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualnaaa unjer the fictitious name of
IIANYAN BAR. at 1680 Coral Way,
Miami. Ha., Intends to register said
ii;,me with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP A. LANOGFORD.
Sole Owner
KHSSLER A GARS
Attorneya for Applicant
I7K! W. Flagler St.
S/17-N-S1 /7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
M W TAVERN, at 12304 N. W. 7th
Avenue, Miami. Ha., Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MARY CANN. Sole Owner
KESSIJtR GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1781 W Flagler St.
S/I7-24-J1 9/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tile fictitious name of
DANNY'S INFERNO, al TJ1 N. E. 1st
Avenue. Miami. Florida.
DANIEL PAN1TZ. Hole Owner
KESSLER A GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
ITS1 W. Flagler St.
a/17-24-31 : : *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,f
OCEAN SPRAY HOTEL it I1M Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida,
Intendi to regiater said name with the
Clark >.f the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
.-INSET HOTEL CORPORATION,
A Florida Corp.
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorne] for Applicant
421 Plaza llldg.
I I7-24-S1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealring to engage In


I a.m.
ii ,- hona v I p ">
the llleli Holy
it to III i Jl \\ 1
ng oi l:eii.\
i Ida) I r- a.m.
evtng What?"
I ad About
I. I"""
Ll B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
I t. Conservative. Cantor
ksberq.
LE EMANU-EL. 17*1
a a a
(on ave. Conservative.
ving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
th.
la) I am Ser-
rkl) I' Bellchol mid-
k'.irii.iv ii 'The Prap-
Ihe II, irl lt,.-h II.
|, in Thursday and
I in With R.ili-
iii a, hlng sertnoaa on
KE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
rm. Rabbi Joseph Naret.
cob Bornstein.
i: -ii Hashona Wed-
Dr, Narot to
:!,. Temple li. .Maurice
ii the new au.ll-
1 .. mi I irs Narot
iliaili in \ hange pulpn-

PLE SINAI of North Miami.
ox B78. North Miami. Re-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR- ,"l>i'"" under the flctltloua name of
IDA. IN PROBATE No 38164 ?,,.wLF2,.TREAM. RE.AI'2T: f< N
LEGAL NOTICE

I '.il pellters Hall,
R..-I1 ll.i-lio
iii p iii llueal spirit-
lorocco OK's
(it for Jews
ftinued from Page 1 A
r boaMs and other possps-
l hail tit-gun to move from
Iffur to i ,is,lilanca before
roctjan i.uihorities, on June
Mdowq Cadima, the Jewish
t'un arranging their emi-
Plact to which to re-
1 crowded int.. the transit
Pl waii.-d pcndjnf thfl wt,
negotiations for their re-
-'mircal the Canadian Jew-
li-ilosed that the
'^migration authorities
;. 'I' finite and detailt-H
i'wd with the
F"i "i ..ppluatioiis for ad-
'" Canada (rom Morocco
, ""* w,"th the Congress
Fwni'd to the Deputy Minis-
^qutst for immediate ac
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN that I
Hie undaralgnari, desiring ',. engage In
business under the flrtltioiis name ,,f
ADMIRAL 1 'Itl'IT SIIII'PEItS at
Islii.i c.ll.ns Avenue. Miami Beach,1
Pli i Ida, Intends t" i eglatei -al.l ,
with Hie Cl.ilc of the I'lreuit Curl ,.f
l nula Soiinl pTot Ida.
KI.DRIDA SPl'VKXIll
PRODI'i 'IS c. IRP
I A l-loiuU Corp.1
8/31 S/'-U-Zl
NOTICE UNOER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK la HKR>UJY CIVEN thai
I ha undendgnad, desirln* to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMAZON \ KNTCHEN, at Box atSMI,
Miami 7. Florida, intend to register
said name with the ''*'' of lUe Cli-
Mill Curl of I :..!.- County, F 1, ,11,1.1.
RH'HAKD WFI.I'Y. Partner
I .i his tik ip Partnei
ARTHI'R SWKItPl.iiFT, Partner
l/SI 9/7-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
jTo All Creditor* and All Peraona ll.iv-
, ing Clalma or Demands Again.-t Bald
le:
You. and each of \..n axe herein-
[notified an,i required to preaent anv
and demands which rou, or
either ..f you, ma) have against the
.-i,i, of ROKARIO NAJERA, deceas-
ed late of Da.le County, rloftda, to the
ible County Judgea ,,f Dada
County, and file ihe .nine In their
offtcea in the County Courthonaa in
County, Florida, within eight
calender months from the date of the
fr-t publication hereof. Bald clalma
or domanda to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to lie sworn
to and present*-,I as afnresaM.
ill he barred, s.. Beatlon I
the li:. Ci<,lale Act
Date August 81, AD. ISSd.
MODERTO A N x.iEl: \
Aa Kxecutor 6f the la.st Will and
Testament of
RMARIO NAJi:ilA. IH-. eased
A. c LOWKRT
Attorney f,,r Modesto A. Najera
\W N W 1st Tell
M ., ml IT. Florida
H/31 9/7-14-21
th siie.t. Miami, Florida, Intend*
lo reglstei laid name with the Clark
of the Clrcull Court <>f Dada County.
Florida
ERNEST W LIEDTKE, Sole Owner
A c l.iiUEItY
Am,,i ii.s for Applicant
24-31 : Til
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desli Inr to engage In
I.ii-iii.- mi,lei ihe fictitious name
ll,\STIC LAMPSHADES. at
Noi th went 7th Fitreet. Miami. Fla .
latanda lo reglatei aaid name with Ihe
clerk of the Circuit Caiui of Dada
County, Florida.
ci.ARA SNIDER
KdVNElt A.- M VNNHEIMK1!
Attorneya for Clara snider
S/JI 9/7-11-21
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN thai
the anderelgned, daidi Ing to engag
hu-lness under the fictitious nai......I |
RELIABLE RE8ERVATIONH AND
TOIRS, .-,t 11.17 Fifth Street. Miami I
Beach, Florida, intends t< ragiater
said name with the Clerk of the ii -
Cull Court of Dade County, Fli
IIKSSIE HACIIMAN
MELVIN I KICHAKT). Attorne)
121 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, F'la
s il-.il I
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IX HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersiKiind. .lealrlng: to eiiKMge in
hueiaeaa unites the fictitious name of
Ci'RAI. 0ABLE8 SIIhK BTORE, at
L'.ll'.; L'\ P.m. e de Leon Blvd COI il
oflOabiea, intends to regiater said name
S'wlth the Cleik of the Circuit Conn
of I '.ide Oount) Florida.
sam j. scheinman
heicei. tf:iti:;.m.\n
Attorney for Applicant
m.4 Blscayne lluiidiiiK
S/IH-IT-24-J1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEHEHY filVltN th:il
the undei sIkih-.I, deslrinr lo enaage in
business uuiler Hie flctitlpus n
RflYPTIAN CIIEMHAI. COMPANY
i not In, i. ,,i is Northwest 7th Street,
Miami, Fla.. intends to register sal.I
name with the Clerli of the Circuit
Cm | of Dade County. Florida
CI.ARA SNIDER
KliVXKR *. MANNHRIMER
Attorneys for Clnra Snider
/3i 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HHItEIIV CIVKN that
the undersigned, 'Wo nut to enKage in
business under Ihe fl, lltioiia name ,,(
PLASTIC OH U i: M IRKKR CO ,noi
,1 11 Northwest Ttli Sin.i. Ml
ami. Florida. Intends u, regjlster said
name with the Clerk of th. circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
.1.\n V RNIDER
KOVNRR A HANNHEIMER
fttornevs for Clara Sindi i
'31 9/7Al4-21
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 34746-A
RE ESTATE OF
HORACE <1 RJCHHEIMER, De. eased
NOTICK OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebt given that we
have filed our final report and isetitImi
for Final Dial hane as utors of
lale of HORACE tl RICH-
HRIMER, daeaaaed; and thai on the
L'lth day of Reptember, I9.1S. w< will
apply to the Honorable County Judge*
of Dade County, n.uJ.lM. foi approval
of said final report and t.,i final dis-
charge a- executors <>i the estate of
HORACE c RI.HIIEIMER de.
This 22nd day of AiiKii-t. ls:,6.
IIOHKKT c RICHHK1MER
II RICHARD MCHHEIMER, and
CHAI(l.i:s \\ SI'IEFEI.. JR.
B) cii.Md.F's w HTIEFEI. JR
As executors of the Ijist Will and
I .-l..m.iit of Horace O. Rich'
helmr. de,-easel
Myers. Heiman Kaplan
Attorneya for Execatora
S.24-31 9 7 II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Mil ICE IS HEREHY CIVEN that
the undei signed, dealring to engage in
business under the fictitious n
KINf! RAKE SHOP DF:I.1CATI-:s
BEN, al IMS s \v vth BUeeL ihi
s VT. Mli Sire.t. :,:', West Flagler,
Mil N W 7ili Street. Miami, Florida.
iut.-n.is t,, regiater aaid name with
ihe cink of the circuit Court of l>ade
Couniv. Florida.
MILTON I'IKARSKV (Sols (iwn.i)
El i;i:.\E HEIMAN
Attorney for Applicant
:,. Beybold liull.llng
Jl I i',-7-14 ____ ___ ___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBT CIVEN that
the undersigned, desirina* to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
BETTER RCHINBEH Itti iMiiTKl.V.
al 8M N W tih Street. Intends to
register said name with the Clark "f
the circuit Court of Dada County,
Florida.
HAH' LD MARTIN
RICH MID E. 0BR8TBIN
Attorney tor Harold Martin I
I/17-2I-M I 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 192959
ARLINB CARl >L FWEDBERO.
Plan tiff,
vs.
LEON FRIEDBERO, Defendant.
To: LEON PRlEDHERa
I W 12nd si Brooklyn, NY
l'- ^ n me heroby required to nerve a
copy "f \,,:r anewei to Ho- Hill of
Complainl for Divorce on the piantlfrs
attorney, and to file the erkfflnal an-
Ice of the i 'l.rk of the
Clrcull Court on or before the l7ih nay
of September, AD. ItSI otherwlae, the
Hill ,.f Complainl for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken aa
confessed ly you. /
Dated al Miami. Florida, this the
nnii daj of Aui
I B I. l:\THEIt.M\N.
i lei k of Ho Cln nit i Viurt.
I ,.i,le < 'mini v. Floi lit ,
(Circuit Court S.-.il)
By M c OREBN, Deputy clerk
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN
1023 Reybold Blilg.
X/I7-2I-31 9/7
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32362
III-: ESTATE "I
LAWRENCE JONHgL Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
I APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby ((Ivan that I have
file,| mi final report and petition for
, F'laal Discharge as Executrix" of the
I estate of LAWRENCE JUNES, d.--
ceaaed: and that on the iMh day of
I Kept, I US, will apply to the Honor-
'able W E BLANTON, County Judge
of I'ade cuntv. Florida, for approval
of said fin.,I report and for final dls-
cnarga as Exeeutru of ihe aatata <>f
LAWRENCE JONBB, deceased.
This iutl. (U) ,.f August,
I.II.I.IK M vi: JoN itris
ST WI.EY D. CAIDIN
Attorne) fot i u ,irlx
\.,7 Blacayna Bldg,, Miami. Ha.
s/:4-3r a/7-14
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVE.
ihe undersigned, desiring to engag* ,n
business undei ihe fi, tin.
HOME EIRNII'I III: W VREHOI >i:
V \\' .1 II,', lids to
r said name with the Clerk of
.I..- circuit cuit >,f Da.le County.
f lol oi..
\\ ii.1.1 \m T k> ii Sole i rwner
MILTON A ERII I'M \N
\II,.II.. I'll
-. thold IH.lK
II 17-;<
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW,
Mil ICE IS HERKB1 gtVEN thai
the undersigned, dealring W engage In
bualneaa undei the fictitious name of
K M:i. PHILIP*, at 777 N w 7Jn.l
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court "f Dade Couniv, Floods
Pllll.ll' K MAO AN, Sole owner
PRIEDMAN A RHAP1RO
urneys for Applicant
rVyimld Hide
S/l-17-4-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN that
the underaigned. dfMlrlng lo eiucage In
ss under the flctltloua name nl
I'ETROI.EIM IIOI.DINC COMPANY
i.Not Inc.); "t K4 I'Hiadiso. Coral
tlablea, Florida, intend t.....glater said
name uith the Clerk of the circuit
Curt of A lade County, Florida
. lOSKI'ii KltKKET/.
RoHERT MANN. S.Je Uxiw<
KESSLER A- CARS
Attorneys fw Applbuils
I I7S1 W F'laaler Street
v 11 :1 ''Til
NOTICE UNOER F.MJTITIOtlS
NAME LAW
NorUE IS HKRRRV fJIVSJN that
I neal, deeli Ing to ai gagi In
.. mi,1.1 the f', hi...... name of
u I:''." .- 'l.ES, at 30s N.E Mi,"
Miami, Flori'la. Intends to lea-
nt name with ll.,. Clara "f the
Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida
IRVTNll Wi:iSMAN. Sol.- Ownei
* :il /7-14.||
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice la hereby given that the
partnerahip heretofore -ui,si-,tinK be-
tu.'-n us, the uiiilersugiuid. JOHN
I'.I.Ai'K 'and LAWRENCE P I'l'.'K-
ETT, .lit. heretofore carryinaj on busi-
ness aa PAN AMERICAN HCSl NESst
OPPORTITNITIKS, lTI NW 2nd
A\.nu, Miami, Fla.. has been di--
solved by mutual consent from and
after th.. ISth day <{ August.
All debta do- owing and pavahle
ii\ tin- aaid iii* Mm win la- aaauined
and paid for i,\ the remaining partner,
.loHN BLACK, who will ..ntlnue In
,,,. the aaid l,uslness tinder the
f........i name ol PAN AMERICAN
BUSINESS OPPl IRTI'NITIES.
JOHN RLACK and
LAWRENCE I' pl'i'KETT, JR.
I'.ARNETT l'ELTB>
Attorn, -v f.'i F'irm
I7M .- W Mh st
l\ite.l ibu I'itli day of August, ISM.
S/J4-JI 7 Ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is herehy civf:n that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MERCI'RY WINIaiW CIJgANINH
SERVICE, at 1314 N.E. 2nd Avenue,
Miami. Florida, Intends to leglster
said name with the Clerk >,r the Cir-
, ml Court of Dad.- County, Florida
SIDNEY ROSKNRBKC., Sole owner
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"World
Either and Carl Wainkla left their Lakeview dr.
home last week on an extended European tour
aboard the S. S. Liberte. .
With the Weinklas were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
SMdar. Leave-taking of the couples was preceded
by a round of gay farewell parties climaxed by a
dinner affair at the St. Regis in New York, where
ii-Mime were surprised by the unexpected appearance of a
fof Miamians headed by the Carl' Svackinds and Herman
!<- two-month trip will include visits to France, Italy, Greece
Vet urn to Israel where Carl, prominent in the leadership of
nbined Jewish Appeal here, will confer with top government
[rl served as Federation president for two terms, and last
was chairman of the CJA initial gifts division. .
^nold has been for many years active in the Beach residents
and is a member of Federation's board of governors. .
Cidentally, in Paris, the Wainkla* and Seeders expect to meet
the Jack Camera, also on an extended tour of the continent.
t>>c
interesting dinner party took place last week aboard the
freighter Shoraron, docked in Miami harbor. Hosts were
I Mrs. Angel Ro*. .
Ivitcri guests included the Sam J. Heimena, Dr. and Mrs. Leon
in, Councilman and Mrs. Harold Spaet, the Charles Frucht-
ind Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. .
tiding the group through the Shomron were Capt. Melachi
th and Chief Engineer A. Frichr.
hem.' of her cousin was the site of a formal dinner party
Irs the birthday of Natalie Gottlaub. .
|rs. Sadye Kline played host Friday to guests William Wart-
r, the Arthur Kline* and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Murrayall of
sang Happy Birthday" lustily and wished Natalie "many
the Run: Helen and George Cheren are back in their
rd. home following their summer vacation in Henderson-
N.i With them were daughter Diane and son Barry. .
visitor has been a noted worker in the field of education,
[Deborah Hartman, for 35 years assistant to Baltimore's
puis CapUn, of the Board of Jewish Education there. Her
on in Miami included a brief stop to Cuba. Back from her
he trip to F.urope with news aplenty is Judy Myers, lovely
|tor ol Martha and Stanley Myers, Granada blvd. Friends
i George Wolperts are happy to learn that George is recuper-
Jat home following his heart attack. At the Monte Carlo
nel vacation la Roanoke, Va.'s Rabbi Morris Graff, well
lecturer and author of 'The Ayes Have it". .
peaking ol the Jack Camera, they were guests of honor at a
of whirlwind parties prior to their departure last week for
he earners, of 6455 Pinetree dr. circle, will board the S. S.
| pt. 7 lor an exciting tour of 17 countries. .
ack i- expected to renew his avid search for valuable oil paint-
^culpture and other objects d'art, of which he already has a
liable collection. On previous world girdling trips, the Carriers
lman> hours poking into out of the way places, museums and
llerii
ck, an officer of Miami National Bank, was feted by the board
I k. and the Al Harrises, of Bar Harbor, were
at a partj Saturday night. .
jit"* not i hese were the prelude for functions on Sunday
by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldman and Mr. and Mrs. Simon
'he Camers expect to be back in their lovely home Nov. 5.
Ml with all these exciting continental tours in the offinq,
Mrs. William Spielberg simply don't want to be left out in
pld .
r. Spielberg, as everyone knows, is a plastic surgeon in
Ijm Town, and he and Mrs. S. spend their winters in their beau-
JConil Gables home on Robbia. .
obahly. Doc's even more well knowp locally for his position
W violinist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra
K the orchestra's winter season. 1
Miyway. ihe Spielbergs leave Sept. 7.on a two-month tour of
pe and Israeland this will be their fourth trip to the Jewish
I where Dr. Spielberg has been invited to lecture and demon-
? reconstructive and plastc surgery of the head and neck and
P'o rninoplaaty at Affula Hospital. .
*hile there, they will stay at Kibhjytz Beth Alpha, situated at
Rl. Ml (;,|hoa. Since music,Mff course, is never forgotten,
pwlbergs will give a series of violin and piano sonta recitals
1 Amal Hatlsiboh and Nir David.
In ik **
P the Mailbox: "Believe it or not," writes Albert Hirsch, "but
pn an all, \P,.nsP trip here from Chicago." Postmark is Los
b tii Fr"m I-aS Vegas- B#r,# nd Ja T"ej X"H vacationing, having a wonderful time and relax-
[ *! were at i-.kes Peak last week. .
Bonk **
I ';'" '"si time, Rhode end George Sex, of the Saxony hotel,
mSimI and his wife have iv*n them a ,ovelv granddaughter,
". born in Chicago's Wesley Memorial.
net' I, ,*" L* Ci**"*i". 735 14lh pi., took off for Dublin,
FW.Irt.rn New York on the S. S. Amsterdam. .
u't!!"',",' wpnt a lettr from Miami ***** **y* L##
Ito.mr !!ns re,nUy elected Lord Mayorand. naturally, a
ur t,oid Coast city.
lore ansli L' "- <
IM, ,nd ^veis: The Mar win Caasels. Cleveland rd.. and neigh-
P v n ****** are bck from weekend in Havana
KibM!**? u",rk are C#rf* "* Horber King. 4383 N. Michigan...
kach ciulTjj 9024 D,ckM. were among guests tost week at
^lirMviytUEIliDipidlilaun
Miami, Florida. Friday, August 31, 1956
"Section B
Volunteer workers for the Greater Miami Com-
mittee. State of, Israel Bonds, display "Work-
ers for Israel" cards received at meeting held
in Sterling hotel. Session mapped plans for
sale of Bonds at Greater Miami synagogues
and temples during High Holy Days, with a
goal of $190,000 adopted. Workers include
(left to right) Stanley Silvern. Joe Mintzes,
Mrs. Joe Mintzes, Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mr3.
Miriam Press, Mrs. J. J. Berkowitz. Mrs. David
Denner, Morris Kish. Mrs. Fay Paul, Mis3
Molly Cohen, Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Mrs. Phil
Kaye, Mrs. Rose Gratz. Mrs. Abraham Kasow
and Miss Lillian Goodman.
Beth Sholom Ladies In Board Meeting
Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin and Mrs.
Wolfie Cohen will be hostesses Fri-
day at a luncheon slated for the
Rascal House for members of the
Mrs. Joseph Goyl has been
designated chairman of the an-
nual national board conference
of Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
through Training). The high-
level conference, which will be
held in Pittsburgh on Oct. 1
through 3, is a full meeting of
the national board at which
basic decisions and perspec-
tives will be adopted for the
organization's work in the forth-
coming year.
Hospital Auxiliary
Meets Friday
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, president,
Wednesday announced the first
full meeting of the board of direc-
tors of the Women's Auxiliary of
Mount Sinai hospital Friday morn-
ing in the Memorial room of the
hospital.
Plans for the season's work will
be presented, and additional chair-
men will be appointed. The attend-
ance of every member of the board
is important, Mrs. Eggnatz said.
board of directors of the Si-'er-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs.
Sol S. Pine is president.
This is the first meeting of the
board which was formally installed
last May. and plans and programs
for the coming season will 6e for-
mulated at this meeting, according
to Mrs. Pine. Both Mrs. Arkin and
Mrs. Cohen are former vice presi-
dents of the Sisterhood.
' Since this will be the year of
dedication of our new Temple,"
Mrs. Pine said, "our plans for Sis-
terhood will take on new meaning
and significance. I am delighted
that Mrs. Arkin and Mrs. Cohen
are taking the initiative in getting
our year off to an exciting start."
Meeting Slated by Roosevelt Temple
Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian
Sisters, will resume its regular
twice monthly meetings on TNI-
day, Sept. 4.
Due to the holiday, the meeting
night has been advanced to Tues-
Sinai Chief Nurse In Pensacola Talk
Over 500 practical nurses from
all over Florida heard an address
by Mrs. Carmen Ross, R.N., M.A.,
director of education at Mount Si-
nai hospital, at the Wednesday ses-
sion of the sixth annual convention
New Gift Boosts
Society To Goal
A check for $2,016 to the Dade
County Unit, American Cancer So-
ciety, from the Florists Assn. of
Greater Miami has boosted the so-
ciety's 1056 campign total over its
$100,000 goal.
Jointly. Victor Angus, president
of the Florists Assn., and Mrs.
Ruba Clements, chairman of the
seventh annual florist sponsored
Rose Ball, presented the check to
Elder Cornell, Jr.. cancer drive
chairman.
The cancer society's fund drive
total, including the florists' check
last week, stood at $101,950.17.
The florists' check to the fight
against cancer represents proceeds
of the organization's annual Rose
Bell, held in June in Bayfront
Park auditorium.
of the Licensed Practical Nurses
Assn. of Florida, held in Pensacola
this week.
Mrs. Ross spoke on "Modern
trends in Practical Nurse Educa-
tion" and demonstrated the use of
audio-visual aids in training of
practical nurses at the Mount Sinai
Hospital School of Practical Nurs-
ing.
She was accompanied by two stu-
dents representing the Mount Sinai
Hospital School. Mrs. Lillian Grant
and Miss Hazel Stowe.
day instead of Wednesday for this
date only. Meeting will be held at
8 p.m. in Dora August Hall, 500
SW 17th ave.
Mrs. Bernard Bram will present
plans for the group's annual donor
luncheon to be held Oct. 21 at the
Seville hotel.
Also on the program will be a
report by Mrs. Bernard Kaplan,
ways and means chairman, on the
Halloween card party scheduled for
Oct. 31, which will benefit the
group's various charities.
Mrs. Hy Barr, altruistic chair-
man, will discuss the distribution
of holiday ba.skets for needy fam-
ilies.
Women's CP Unit
To Study Projects
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy Assn. will meet on
Monday evening, Sept. 10, at the
Clinic. 1612 SW 1st st.
Service projects for the Clinic
for the coming year will be out-
lined by committee chairmen. Im-
mediate project of the Unit is the
making of button boards which are
used to teach handicapped children
how to open and close buttons,
hooks and eyes, snaps and zippers
used on different types of clothing.
'Back to School1
Dance Scheduled
With the theme "back to school,"
the last teen age dance before
school convenes is scheduled for
7:30 p.m. Saturday night at 95th
st. and Collins ave. in Surfside.
The block party, second of this
year for the area, is sponsored by
the Women's Division of the Surf-
side, Bay Harbor Island and Bal
Harbour Chamber of Commerce.
Mrs. Leonard' Oleck, chairman,
says the teen agers attending last
month numbered 500. The al fresco
dancing this time will be highlight-
ed with special events.
Assisting Mrs. Oleck are Mrs.
Lee Surloff, Mrs. Rose Rosenbaum,
Mrs. Olive Will, Mrs. Lillian Smith,
Mrs. Gertrude Fishman, Mrs. Frie-
da Levine and Mrs. Rhoda Glasser.
Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin is
chairman of the Women's Division.



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Mix the h.mey. water, brandy and bleached alm("*
peanut oil together. Beat the eggs-ov
until foamy. Gradually beat in sa or
Beat the eggs. oven (250 f l twL'
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For home-bakers, the tradition*!
gar and then the honey mixture
Add dry ingredients gradually, (to cool ln pan ,
Fold m slivered almonds. Pour then turn
Test
Traditional Honey Cake on Rosh Hashona signifies "sweet"
experience of the coming year.
FROM THE MANISCHEWITZ KITCHEN
Some Recipes for Two New Year
Dishes That Are Old-Time Favorites
Perhaps the greatest source ->f
vitality in the High Holidaj
servances stems from b dual source.
a linking of the past and the future
thai is inherent in our concept of
(he N( w Year.
Spiritually, we seek n i
the p;it and an inner search for
high new principles and ideals to
guide us towards a better future.
And in a mi
v.i supplement this search with ma-
terial symbols, surround it with
ind traditions that stress
the feeling of newness.
Even in the matter of dishes for
the holiday meals, where the choice
i- bo deeply in tradition, it is typ-
ical of the forward-looking mood
ni the New Year thai must women
' n; lit new v an.il urns of
the time he:!.,red. favorite holidi j
pes
With this 'ii mind, the Home
lit of The B.
Compai headed by
Edith is Stoffi r, n
home i
r ol tem|
litional Rosh Hashona dishes,
which add a bright and unii-ual
note of festive good eating to, the
High Holiday menu.
in.
ManischcwHi Model Kosher
Kitchen, where Was m..ii.-i create-
her recipes Another product M
the llanischewiti scientific home
kitchen which should win *"'"
welcome on the bolide) table i- the
"Yom Tov" i arrot Ring.
This dish i- doubly symbolic for,
the High Holidays The rtag shape
has kWg beeu traditional at this
mfy the hope for
New Near ol endless happiness: the
^ttttom of serving carrots, in one
'form o**enM*cr stems from the
Yiddish name for this vegetable.
which is "mchrcn." meaning to
increase*' or "to prosper* certain-
Iv a suitable wish for the year
| ahead
Yom Tov Carrot Rin*
1 can Manischewitz t'ondens-ed
Clear Chicken Soup
1 soup can water
1 lb. carrot-, -craped and sliced
1 large onion, sliced
1 U teaspoons -alt
'., teaspoon Mani-chewitz White
Pepper
3 eggs
cup Mani-chewit/. Mat7o Meal
Combine chicken -oup and water
and briny to a boil. Add carrots
and onion., cover tightly and cook
until tender Diain and save the
soup Pun e vegetabli -. using ei-
ther I food mill, medium -trainer
i r I blender. [II blendi i' il u-ed.
add a little of the soup to facilitate
eing i Add -alt and peppi I
add m.it/'i meal and
beat well, Gradually add the -oup
ii i bi it until sm.loth Mix this
with the pun ed vegetables
and pour into a well creased 5 cup
rint; mold Hake in a moderate
173 I for 4") minute- or un-
til firm. Turn out on a platter and
fill center with a cooked green
table.
-s
Traditional Honey Ck
3 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
'i teaspoon powdered clow
1 i teaspoon allspice
'- WinjOen cinnamon
1 teaspoon instant coffee
4 teaspoon salt
2 3 cup Manischewiiz Honey
1 i cup water
2 tablespoons brandy
2 table-noon- Hanischewib Pea-
nut Oil
3 .-. "
2 3 cup
'- cup blanched, slivered al-
monds
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Friday, August 3M956 ij^hi fhrkhnn
it Official Pledges Teaching Hebrew in Russian Schools
blOLM (JTA) -- A high
Tricial has pledged in writ-
; the Hebrew language
I taught to children in the
Uonls whenever ten par-
test such instruction, Prof.
, I Kat.sh. chairman of the
Eni of Hebrew Culture and
Education at New York University,
declared here Wednesday.
Dr. Katsh stopped here en route
from a nine-day visit to the USSR.
The promise to permit teaching of
Hebrew was given him in writing
by Alexander Arsenyev, deputy
minister of Education in the Rus-
sian Soviet Federated Socialist
Republic, largest republic in the
: Soviet Union. Mr. Arsenyev prom-
ised further. Dr. Katsh declared,
that, later, facilities will be estab-
lished in the Russian public schools
for further Hebrew studies in liter-
ature and history. According to
.the NYU professor, Hebrew has
not been taught in the Soviet
Union since 1947, except to care-
] fully selected specialists.
.negotiated an agreement, in the
Dr. Katsh reported also that he
i USSR, for the exchange between
! Russian scientific institutions and
those in other countries of micro-
film reproductions of Hebraica
manuscripts.
The New York educator said he
had found about 200 Jews in the
Moscow synagogue when he visited
it. He was told by Soviet authori-
ties that here are about 3,000,000
Jews living in the USSR now. Jews
to whom he spoke, in Yiddish, told
Dr. Kajsh, he reported, that condi-
tions "improved considerably" for
them after the death of Joseph
Stalin.
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Pagn 4B
Mitzvah
Reception to Fete
Arthur Ben Sher
Arthur Ben Shir will become
Suaarine Answer
To Baffle of Bulge'
The new fall and wirter fashion
AtTHUK SHU
Appelrouth Bar
Mitzvah Here
Panic!. ton : x,!- ludnfll vr*
pcln>uth. 1538 Jefferson avc. Mi
ami Beach ind Key Watt, will be-
come Bar M;'/vah Friday evening
I) morning al B'nai Zi
on Bj Kej \v
Rabbi Abraham Schwartz will of-
imiiui **v < ..- ......-- ------ ,
' Bar Mitzvah during Saturda\ morn ficiate. Daniel i* a student in tne
ina sen CM Sen< 1. at Beth Da\id religious school of Temple hmanu-
,,n D at Miami Beach and attend!
Rabhi Yaakov B >-. nhere will Miami Beach Junior I
officiate, with Cantor William I.ip-
oa officiating
Arthur I- the ton Of Mr and Mr-
Bert Sher. 76 Shore dr W Miami
He i- an eighth trade honor stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior
hoot, tjrijen he belongs fr the!
Bldeni ombqi 1. Arhur it a:- afire .a. im' verr or- I the deskn-
Srt.fiate of Beth D..vid reli.otr- er- stretse- the ncn< il -hta. s lender
sen- uraged. Milady.
Out-of'. the cere- when rou try ->n these new at]
Dj will include his uncle ar I w, rtner in our corner
aunt. Mr and Hn !' II Sher. and helping US fighl the battle of the
calo-
- NJ rie Uq actnally
and Mr- \ mar and conn
^ "i (without any
\ '> r artific:.
5ui > aitem alne
Seville hot Thrift I when a four-ounce I
khan 7i)
D '. ,- i mly
' i
and .nful is the eqimal-
.: of sugar \
v by drop from a
p bottle.
eal or fruit, m desaerta
king n greet yon nreet-
diets, it .sper-
harmless->afe for children
IIIM IMH
Icad' taking the -calorie
officiate Cantor Albert Giant* will *,,- wben vour sWWUooth geUi
V I o: 'h'- the h- i Vour life can be
^^ sweeter and >our figure neater
Michael is an eighth grade st < when >ou use this new concentrat-
at Horace Mann Jsjnhn Huh ed sweetjter. Sugarine is available
be excel? in baseball at food and drug stores every-
tball He is also .. member where -S T.
of the track and volleyball u
Th. re will be four generations
the Bar Mi!/\ah
We* York ^e ifj
pradtMther. Mrs. Hannah
ndaunt. Mrs
Sehi. grandpai
Mrs Sam.:,
I uncle, frwii
-
Hartmann Bar
Mitzvah Slated
MKHUL HASTMANN
Daniel Zvvitman
To Chant Mat tfr


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be

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Fish in All Sizes
Mother's Gefilte Fish, vacuum
packed in glass jars and read\
serve, will be available t..r
Holj Day, ln friur different
range from a ha;
' J*r '" inienl half-
meed In
Mother's 1
in
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Lear School Opens
23rd Year Sept. 10
Dtinu-
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Uuguat 31. 1956
Israel Will Extend Ticket Hour
L that many of Its mem-
l just arrived home from
J and have n )t made final
[attending High Holy Day
Temple Israel's office will
hii. Sunday and Monday.
lit is Labor Day weekend,
i will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"Newcomers to the community,
who wish to join the Reform con-
gregation before the New Year,
and those visitors who would like
to attend services at Temple Israel,
re urged to take advantage of
these special office hours," the
Temple announced Wednesday.
* Jewish fhrkMar
High Holy Day services at Tem-
ple Israel will be jointly conducted
by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot and Dr.
Maurice N. Eisendrath, president
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. Cantors Jacob Born-
stein and Paul Beck will be ac-
companied by two full choirs, with
services held simultaneously in the
Temple auditorium and the new
auditorium.
Page 5B
Teen Agers Name Ten American Jews
CHAMPAIGN, 111. (JTA>Three
hundred and fifty B'nai B'rith
youth Sunday named ten top Am-
erican Jews.
They selected Bernard M. Baruch,
the "elder statesman;" Irving Ber-
lin, song-writer; Eddie Cantor,
comedian; Supreme Court Justice
Felix Frankfurter; Oscar Hammer-
stein II, composer; Jascba Heifetz,
violinist; Philip M. Klutznick, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith; Sen. Herbert
H. Lehman; Prof. Robert Oppen-
heimer, physicist; and Dr. Jonas
Salk, discoverer of the anti-polio
vaccine.
At ROSH HASHANAH
For Every Day
and on the
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MAXWELL
HOUSE
means
JEWISH HOME HAPPIHESS
MAXWEl1
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that deep rich coffee aroma that gets the man of the house
out of bed... or the piping hot cup that tops off the Sabboth
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on earth pleases the Yiddishen Ta'am like Maxwell House.
5^ THAT GOOD-TO-THE-LAST-
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Vos \z Ains in Der Velt!



Pcae 6 B
+.lml*Hkrl4i3r
Native Beach Girl Exchanges Voi
Groom Begins Study for d^?
Waldman's Crown hotel was the in^ ^*
UBS. HintfT HIKSCHBMG
Hausman, Berber
Will Tour Europe

n Sal
laughti
Lru.s H --'; B9tti st.. be-
t the ridi
... ...
i* get :
al the wi the
e his'
A in the 51 Mr-
1 ra Laif her ft -
\ Laifer. be-t man. and Paul
r, u-her. uTd :heir wives flew
rr. Ne Vltk ur. I N< ,!,r- >
" with the '
First National Tr.,'.,-! Service in :
wood. Fla
' i -v.,,. yr- Ber-
-' sistei law of the
B
< En IE : performed the
Bernard Haosmai
lack ai
m of

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. Ihwood.
MIS. 6ILUKT SCMWAMTZ
Ring of Bride's
Grandmother in
Schwartz Rites
Mi-' Loii H 7ue,_'enthal became
Mrs i.ilberl Bl -.irt7 in 6
pm. i SuiKtajr. Aue 26.
in the Ruhaiyat roooi of the A
I ibbl bring l-ehrman offl
u-ing the told band of the
raadiDotber f>>r the I
The bride i- the daughter oi Mr
and Mr- Arthur Zweigenthal. I960
e dr The cnH>m parents
[rene !
ind Mi ". '.. n S< hu.irt/.
. 11
M Sandra
Milton Sadoff, th.- groom*!
partner, was hi- best man
Stew-
" rtii \>
Robert I
chael Gutman
Newtywed Mr- S -chool
.led the I n.\er-ity of
ii.
The groom attended the I'niver-
IVnn-vhania and graduated
from the t of Miami. He
was in service during World War
i- presently a partner in the
' I'\ firm of Sadoff & Schwartz.
The bride a> attired in a gown
of imported alencon lace over satin,
into a chapel train The
town featured a sweetheart neck-
line and a front panel of pleated
nylon tulle The headpiece via- a
heart-shaped tiara of sequins and
peartl on French illusion veil She
carried a cascade of white carna-
tion- and orchids
After a honeymoon trip through
the Carolina.- and Virginia, the cou-
ple will be at home at 2414 Coral
Way. Miami
Sunday. Aug. 26. ot* the mar-
riage of Mis- Diane Soni Woolfe
and Cecil I>aac Camber The couple
exchanged vows in a double ring
'ceremony at 1230 p.m.. with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs A. Ernest Woolfe. 4474
Sheridan ave.. Miami Beach. The
groom's parents are the Bernard
(ambers, of Haifa. Israel.
The bride, who is a native Beach-
ite and daughter of a pioneer fam-
ily, chose a traditional formal gown
of ivory bridal satin and imported fc
alencon lace with illusion neck- !
line, fitted bodice, long sleeves-to-
ur.t point and bouffant skirt of
nj Ion tulle over satin.
!! r Fn nch illusion vert fell from
a Queen Anne cloche ol satin, alen-
con lace and iridescent sequins.
She carried a cascade of orchids,
lanoti- and lily-of-the-valley.
She wort two gold ring guards be-
longing to her late maternal grand-
er. Mrs Louis Miller. Her on-
ly piece of jewelry was a .strand
oi pearls given her by the groom.
Her lace handkerchief was a gift
from her aunt. Mrs. Sol Leslie.
Matron of honor for her sister-
m law wa> Mrs. Tevey Woolfe.
Rachel Woolfe acted as maid of
honor for her s^ter. Bridesmaids
were Ann Broad. Margene Cherner
and Roslyn Miller. Mrs. Glenn
Smith. Jr.. was bridesmatron
Marcia Brotman. of Washington,
DC. kept the guest book.
* .
its. cfcu cum
Theodore Camber. Montreal, Can-
ada, acted as best man tor his
nephew. Ushers were Robert Gins-
burg. Tevey Woolfe. David Leslie
and Philip Weinstein.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, where she was
a member of National Honor So-
lAWttMCl STEM
Mi?? Green Weds
rvrence Stern

'anged 3 pm
on Sui
r. hotel.
New York Home
For Miss Klein
Mi-> Joan R Klein and Herbert
Hir-chberg exchanged vows in 2
p m ceremonies Aug 19 at the
Gold Manor. Brooklyn.. N Y.
The bnde is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Morris Klein. 1785 Mar-
seilles dr.. Miami Beach The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mr-
Jack Hirschberg. 141 16 71st rd
Flushing. N Y
Maid of honor for her -i-tc-r was
Klem The groom's
hberg u
maid ker and Am) I
Be-t man for 1. ther was
King
a- r.r:hearer. I -her- u
Jimrr.v 5, Mar
riety. She will get her
:Barnard College in Fiat!
February
The groom graduated
Gill Unversity ,t Montreal
ceived his Ma-ters degree n|
rine Sciences at the I'niw
I Miami. In September, hr j|
I work on a PhD degree it tkl
Iversity of Massachusetts.
MISS SHIILA MAKS71H
The ta i- the daughter Vin Klein. Norman I ...Hum ~
Makstein, Ber
| Betrothal Told.
Sheila Lenore Makstta I
Robert L. Bergen are engajst]
couple were honored at II
Sunday in the bride-elect's 1
Miss Makstein is the
of the Samuel Makstein*. 1
5th ave., Miami Her funeartj
ents are Mr. and Mrs S LI
15740 NE 4th ave N Musal
The bride-elect gradiiatsfj
Miami High Scl ol and will
her degree a- ..:. elementanj
er from the i nivenaH ol"
in February llr soruritv
Phi Epsilon
Mr. Bergen attended tatj
schools. At the r of K hel""
to Pi Lambda Phi fratermtjj
currently-t;>' MdinSasJT
Tex., with the Armed Fartal
I H Green b-
Ireen, 175' |
' b> M-~ maid
nd Mr-. Howard C.reen,
Miss >haron Stem, the gr
junior bridesmaid
The bridegroom, son of Mr and
-aul Stern. East Orange N J
is best man Jerry E|
Laufer -nd Norman Rie.lerman
The bride attended Miami Beach
t niversitj (,f Florida and
n School for Phy-ioans Aids
Vork A graduate medical
Beach Medical Laboratory
The groom attend. I New York
sch.-,|- and a. an Alpha Kp-ilon
ri at the I niverut) of Miami
r
-------- -*.,j ^p-K-iu -- > < ni>rr..i\ ol Via 11^
re Jacob Rol presently p. ,.,
Sexier and Bob Wellen, a firm in \. y ,rk g
The bride was gowned in a bal-
lerina length dres- of tulle and
chantilly lace A tiara of pearl-
equins held her fmgertip veil
^he carried a cascade bouii .
white orchids on a Bible.
The br.de is a graduate of I
High School and attended the Cm
U Crf Miami. Thegro,,,
architectural ai
dent at Georgia T.
.u L AlfU'r a IWlJJinWMI trip
through the Eastern |* eon-
plew.,1 make their home ,r.
ta. Ga.
Rwepti.m and dinner followed
the cere,on> |
'"ur f ,he ( at.sk.ll Moun-
1-1 30 84th rd K, (,urden- \y
lla< UsIoih-
i'lou i>r si,ops
Km y*.
21 liurs
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In the fiTtest tradition..
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D^e-d*U la> o 1Z lV 3
warkm >^ gggtxg Rabbi Dr. Tiber H. Stem
37 MX m St. ..,,! 31' ^^in^ef. Ava, M. B.
OU>-FA*HtOMEB ~
GEFILTE FISH
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Page 7B
I
I Candlelight Rites
Unite Couple Here
I At a candlelight ceremony in the
, Colony restaurant, (oral Way. Re-
nee Lynn Marks and Robert Letaw
, Be.skind were married Aug. 12.
Dr. Joseph Narot performed the
I double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daushter of Mr.
land Mrs. Tula Marks. 999 SW 24th
rd. The bridegroom is the son of
,Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beskind, 15120
RE 12th ave.. North Miami Beach.
Sandra Marks, sister of the bride,
I was maid of honor. Bernard Bes-
I kind, brother of the groom, was
best man.
A luncheon at the Colony follow-
ed the ceremony.
The couple will make their home
in California.
5Hr_
MRS. MUVIN MARCUS
MKS. fUD STUAKT
t
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MIS. ROBERT IISKMO
MKS. STEPHEN COIDINC
iple to Resume Studies at U of M
pith Rinnie Sniderman and
David Marcus, who met at
Jniversity of Miami, exchang-
dding vows Sunday at Temple
[Israel in Kokomo, Ind.
bride, daughter of Mr. and
(Joseph L. Marston. 945 SW
|\e wore a gown of chantilly
and peau de sole, trimmed
| iced pearls. Her skirt fell
pel train. A seed pearl
it held her fingertip illusion
Rhoda Carol Sniderman, the
bride's twin sister, was maid of
honor. Lee Myers, New York City,
was bridesmaid.
After a trip through the south,
the couple will make their home in
Coral Gables, where they will con-
tinue their studies at the univer-
sity.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Marcus, of Ko-
komo.
Lewises Will Live
In Gainesville
Ann Belle Grossman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Grossman
of Gainesville, became the bride
of Sidney Erwin Lewis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Lewis. 1223 SW 19th
ter., Miami, Sunday during a 5:30
p.m. ceremony.
Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum offi-
ciated. Ceremony was at the
Gainesville golf and country club.
Given in marriage by hr parents
the bride wore a white gown
of imported rosepoint lace, with a
tulle flounce. Her silk illusion veil
was attached to a crown of pearls
and sequins.
She carried a bouquet of purple
throated orchids surrounded by
white roses and lilies-of-the valley.
Her grandmother's wedding band
was used in the ceremony.,
Mrs. Frank Swibel, great aunt of
the bride from Brooklyn, NY., was
matron of honor. Mrs. Swibel was
also the matron of honor at the
bride's mother's wedding.
Miss Judy Lewis, sister of the
groom, was a bridesmaid.
Alfred Levin was best man. Ush-
ers were Charles B. Grossman,
brother of the bride. Alan Schiff,
Joe Lewis and Howard Kaplan, cou-
sin of the groom.
After a reception in the Gaines-
ville country club, the couple left
for a Nassau honeymoon. They will
reside at 612 NW 19th ave., Gaines-
ville.
uida Keys Trip For the Stuarts
1 11 iomony at the
bride's parents united
Linda Myra Ettinger
Stuarl Aug. 5. Rabbi Jo-
t performed the cere-
i- the daughter of Mr.
&lr Sidney Ettinger, 3281 SW
St
< harles Mutter was matron
l Mrs. Bert Stuart was
? "n.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Frank Solinsky, 1018 Euclid
ave., Miami Beach. His brother,
Bert, was best man.
Robert Charles Ettinger, brother
of the bride, was usher.
A reception at the Ettinger home
followed the ceremony.
After a wedding trip to the Flor-
ida Keys, the couple i* living in
Homestead.
ss Ellis Bride Of Mr. Golding
''>n Crown hotel. Mi- bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Susan Ellis, sister of the bride, was
junior maid of honor.
Bernard Ellis, cousin of the
bride, was best man.
A reception was held at the ho-
tel.
After a honeymoon in Cuba, the
couple will make their home at
6477 SW 9th st.
was the setting for the
' Sunday of Barbara Ellis
| i Holding. Rabbi Mor-
*"P performed the 6 p.m. cere-
br' lml Mrs David Ellis, 820 SW
l" lhl' bridegroom is the son
*l and Mrs, Seymour Golding,
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C52J folding, suter of the
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*on has been advanced to
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Feldans Say Vows In Tokyo July 3
Miss Sari Lynne Muldavin and
Lt. Albert Feldman were married
in Tokyo. Japan, July 3 by Maj.
Herman Dicker, chaplain of the
United States Army.
Reversing the usual procedure.
Sari traveled to Japan via Hawaii
to meet hergroom. He joined her
in Tokyo during leave from his
base in Korea, where he has been
stationed for the past year and a
half.
During the ceremony, the young
couple were serenaded by the U.S.
Army Band, and helicopters soared
overhead. They traveled through
Japan during their honeymoon,
visiting Hakone, Izu, Osaka, Kyota,
Nikko and Kawana.
Sari Lynne and Albert originally
met on campus at Ohio State Uni-
versity. The new Mrs. Feldman re-
ceived her BBS degree in June,
1954, was a member of Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority, president of the
Retailing club and was selected
"Miss Disc Jockey."
Lt. Feldman graduated from
Miami Senior High School and re-
ceived his BBS degree in June,
1954. He is a member of Tau Ep-
si Ion Phi fraternity, Phi Eta Sigma
I freshman honorary, Beta Gamma
Sigma business honorary and the
i Sphinx club, senior men's honora-
ry-
The young couple will return to
New York to make their home
; when Lt. Feldman's tour of duty is
finished in September. He will be
1 associated with Feldman Bros., Inc.,
| Empire State bldg.. New York.
Sari Lynne is the daughter of
Mrs. Mary Muldavin and the late)
Lester Muldavin, Kew Gardens, LI.
Lt. Feldman is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Feldman, 1444 SW,
17th ter., Miami.
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Organizational meetings of a QT-
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ileostomy have been in progress
' here for several weeks. Next meet-
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Monday evening. Sept. 10, at tha
! White Temple Methodist Church,
320 NE 2nd ave. Persons wishing
to join are invited to attend.
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GLOBAL SHORTS
HASHONA
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HASHES fROM THE NEAR EAST
ISTANBUL The Jewish Community Council of Istanbul has
ruled that the public announcement of donations to the Jewish com-
munity and other Jewish causes will no longer be made in synagogue
during the services. This practice, in effect for generation- made it
c mpulsorv for a member of the congregation to announced his dona-
tion when he was called up to the Torah to read a portion. I hi- led to
a torm of bidding for the riyht to read from the Tor..h. and the virtual
elimination of all but the richest member.- of tl, I *
the new system, no public announcement Ol will be nia.l.
will there be any bidding for honor- \ iptothel
he will hand a filled-out pledge card to the BSl
DAMASCUS (JTA> Firing squads in Danva-cus thi- areek 11
Syrians convicted of "spying for Israel." A government spokesman
announced the execution* He said a militar> tribunal imposed the
h sentence after finding the five guilt} :n>-
-ident Shukri Kuwalty confirmed the -enter.
LATEST WIRES PROM ISRAEL
WARSAW (WNS) President Alexander Zawad-ki. addressing
recently a plenary session oi the National Front iditors to
bat anti-Semitism and all manifestations ot discrimination against
..nal minorities in Poland. At the same time. President Zawadski
lashed out against 'certain element- which, he -aid. wi
Uganda against Jews and other national minorities in the COUntrj
LONDON JTA)Jews in Czechoslovakia have been asl
tribute to the memory of victim- of Nazi persecution at Tcrezin.
i i ol the most notorious of the axtennination and deportation camps.
Sunday. An appeal to Chechoslovakian Jews to thi- effect was
pu ii-hed in the "Vestnik." a monthly periodical issued b\ the Council
( i Jewish '(immunities in Bohemia and Moravia. Quoting the maga
the World Jewish Congress information department hen said that after
suncil i- joining with the central Council ol Jews
ovabia in it- effort to make Jews from all part- of the countrj take
;, r in this da) of rememl i
GENEVA JTA \ stud) ol the case histories of 100 young, adult
nals in Israel shows thai I rally illiterate, 72 did not
i | lete more than fn schooling, while no more than halt
ntry's language Hebrew Then
ere at the l'i ted Na1 ence on Prevention of
> e and Treatment lers bj Dr Z\ i llcrnum Israel Comtnis-
! that extreme poverty
tot behind the criminality of the sam-
'
DUSSELDORF Jl \ A final agreement on the division of pre-
ihimunal | the reestablished Jewish communi-
> in the Briti-h i f and the Jewish Trust ition,
lewish propertj in the Briti-h
Z be..... ratified bj tl more tl,
- it was concluded It similar agreement pert
will be ral the Fall.
OH THE AMERICAN SCENE
UNITED NATIONS ITA S.r tadrew Benjamin Cohen, com-
ler-in-cbii ; forces in thi i nda Protect Africa,
has 1 ted head of the Bt to the Tnisti pship
Jan. 1 The ement ol Sir \
British Delegation her.' Sir v
irious important po-t- in the Briti-h Colonial Office,
for the His
the Bnti-I : | tni
He is tl a number upon
him by the Briti-h Crown
CHICAGO ITA Dr Charles F Wilinsky, i ha-
ienl of the IMG Disto tishi
thi American Hospital Assn. Born m Warsaw, Poland, 74 \.
Dr. Wilinsky retired a- cxi Uaeetoi ol Boston's Beth Israel Hos-
pital in 1953 Hi bad sened u deput] commissioner ol the Boston
Health Department for 30 years, and is the onl) person ever to have
held the presidencies of both the American Hospital Assn and the
American Public Health A
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CHARLESTON, S.C. iJTAi Brith Sholom Beth Israel CoafMfaHon
dedicated a new synagogue here. Aug 30. on the 100th anniversary of
the existence of its old synagogue which was dedicated Aug. 30. 1856
Eriih Sholom is an Orthodox congregation.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (JTAi An unusual combination of fan
ui' m-t- joined together la-t week at the Massachusetts Federation of
Labor convention to win passage of a resolution, which scored the
Department for aequescence in a policy in utter violation
< i citizenship." The resolution, aimed at Arab discriminator) practices
agi net U.S. Jews, was drawn under the guidance ol the Jewish I
Committee.
HEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
JERUSALEM (JTA) An eight mile section of I-rael- -ecuntv
between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv is nearing completion \ party
of newspapermen was conducted about the project. The road an alter
nate to the highway which was shelled and overrun by Arab I
in ps during the War of Liberation, is set so far back that it cannot Ik-
brought under artillery fire from Jordan held territory It can onlv
be put out of commission by invasion and conquest. The route traverses
-. me of the wildest and most rugged terrain between the capital and
inc cOdSt.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Two inventions important to Israels economv
one to increase vastly the yield of oil from bitumine stones in the Dead
Sea area, the other to reduce greatly the cost of extracting precious
raatnesium from Dead Sea mineralswere announced here Thev have
been developed by Alexander Zarch.n. the engineer who fled i Soviet
forced-labor camp in 1951 and who. only a week ago, was announced
a* the inventor of a method for desalting water. One of Zarchins latest
inventions, according to the Lsrael Inventors Assn.. will y.eld as high as
25 percent oil from millions of tons of bitumine stones.
Understanding the Lunar
Calendar Explains Meaning
Of Our Holiday Observanct
By RABBI TIBOR STERN
Beth Jacob Congregation
ta/E us*. I'th the lunar and solar calendar for
" Official religious purposes The lunar calen-
- being used for the computation of the months
the -olar calendar i- Used for the computation
of th les It can be said that the lunar
calendar i- used for short term calculations and
the -olar calendar i- mad for long term calcula-
tion-
Fach day ha- 24 hour*. 12 hours day, and 12
hour- night even if the davlight and night time is
almost never equally divided, however officially
the> are divided mto two 12 hour periods.
Each hour has 1.080 -econds in contrast .with the
civil time table which divide- the hour into 60 min-
utes .>r fractions thereof, it can not be divided into
one sevenths, one eighths, and one ninths of an
hour, however if it is divided into 1.080 seconds it
can he divided into all fractions except into sev-
enths, and therefore we can derive to a more
accurate figure through our division of the hour.
A lunar month is the completion of a cycle, bv
which it circulates around the planets and it
finds itself in parallel with the sun: such circula-
tion takes 29 days, 12 hours, and 7M -econds This
cd period i- called a lunar month, and imme-
diatel) following this period the new moon appears
which is called the "moled"
\ lunar year of 12 month- which i- an ordinary
has 364 days, 8 hour-, and 87fi lenoadi
\ lunar leap year which has 13 month-, has 383
days, 21 hour- and fi!R seconds
An ordmarv -olar > i-ts of 363 days and
gi| BOUTS, and I -olar leap \c.ir l- 3t><; days and -A
hour- The difference between an ordinary lunar
and an ordinary v...r i- 10 days. 21
hour- and 2H4 -econds.
Bach 19 rear cycle is railed i "mstlnmr" that hi
i lunar i d it i- marked as the "mac h/or
Katan" the minor cycle Each 28 years is a solar
Cycle and that i- called a maeh/or Godol" the
r cycle The l'i ', ,,| ||. computation
'ear- i- arranged for the purpose that
the lunar and the to >h.iii correspond. If
we compute all the lunar years of each 1<) \,
which baa 12 ordinarj year- gad seven leap yi
we will have aseactl) the equal time as the li year
solar Mar- ol tin tame period, with a remaining
me horn- and 485 seconds more of the solar
The lunar leap years are the 3rd fith. 8th.
Uth. 14th. 17th and li*th > the cycle.
The Complete Months
IE have mentioned the exact lime of each lunar
nth which i< 20 days, 12 hours and 7 n
second-, however beeauaa we do not divide the
months m the middle of the da\. therefore we have
the following calculations We have complete
month-, an.l we have regulated months
The complete months are all 30 davs each the
".complete months are 29 day- ,. h In order to
compute the exact time of the months mto a lunar
0U1 calendar b based upon the following
structure
The month of Tishn is always complete the
month of Tebeth incomplete following the
month .UToMh one month U complete. ln othpr
not Tebeth Is incomplete. Bhval Is complete
r -.complete N.san complete, lyar incomplete.
Wl
S.van complete. Tamuzz incomplete Ab complete
Klu. incomplete ,n leap year. Adar 1, complete:
Adar 11. incomplete
Th,- Waves us two months. chesvan and K ,
oZ 7"s ""v ru,,h ** r.
complete >ear.h,ch,s35d.- ..,.,.., ,K
are incomplete, and sometime- they rr ?JS?
he-he an incomplete and Khdm complete
The computation of each vear ,i.,. .
SESSarSSSS
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mm ,,,. ,h, ,.,, a 7";
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If Rosh Hashona is on Saturday or ..
year can not be regular regardless ifTk,
year or not. Themonths of Chesvan and Kisl3
to be both complete or both incomplete'h3
Hashona is on Thursday, if it is a regular wH
the months of Chesvan and Ki-lev can n<*
complete, and if it is a leap year it can notWtkl
the same months shall be regular one compta.3
the other incomplete. It must be both 1*21
plete or both complete, and therefore the |Lg
leap year varies from 383 to 385 days.
Schedule of Months
sFHI new moon "Rosh Chodesh of each rts|
tive month can be only on the follovinn.
(We number the days instead of naming theai
Nisan on, 1-3-5-7.
Iyar on. 2-S-5-7.
Sivan on. 1-2-4-6.
Tamuz on. 1-3-5-6.
Ab on. 2-SV6-7.
Elul on. 1-2-4-6.
Tishri on, 2-3-5-7.
Chesvan on. 2-4-5-7.
Kislev on. 1-2-3-4-5-6.
' Tebeth on. 1-2-3-4-5.
Shevat on. 2-3 4-5-7.
Adar on. 7-2-4-6.
Adar 1 on. 2-4-5-7
Adar 11 on, 2-46-7.
The Jewish festivals are always observed i
one of the following days
Roh HashonaMonday. Tuesday, ThurtajJ
Saturday: not on 1-4-6.
Yom KippurMonday. Wednesday. Thordfl
Saturday; not on Sunday. Tue-da> Friday.
SuccothMonday. Tuesday. Thursday, Sail
not on Sunday. Wednesday, Friday.
PassoverSunday, Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday
not on Monday, Wednesday. Friday
Pentacost- Sunday. Mondav. Wednesday. Frist]
not on Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
Hoshana Rabbah Sunday. Monday, Wedwsslj
Friday, not on Tuesday. Thursday, S.iturdaj.
Punm Sunday. Tuesdav. Thur-day. Fridaj'isf
on Monday. Wednesday. Saturd.
fhanukacan not commence on Tuesday.
The fast of F.-ther can not be neither on Sass|;
Tueaday or Friday.
The fast of Tammuz and of Ab can not be
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
The 3rd day of the Omer (lag B'.imer) aillbj
always the same day as Purim.
The Solar Year
THE solar year has 365 day- and six *m
according to the Jewish calculation Acconttl.
to the Creek calculation it has only 365 day*
hours and 55 seconds. The solar year has f" |
periods as we call them "Tekufah" it has the T*
fah of Nisan. that is spring, the Tekufah of Taasl
which is summer, the Tekufah ol Tishri whics"
fall and the Tekufah of Tebeth which is ]
Each Tekufah has 91 days and 7". hours.
The Tekufah of Nisan occurs when the suol
the top of the Aries.
The Tekufah of Tamuss is when the sua |
the top of Cancer.
The Tekufah of Tishri is when the sun i*
top of IJbra.
The Tekufah of Tebeth is when the sun is*1
top of Capricornus.
The Jewiih religious new year begins in W
it ik then when we observe Rosh Hashona. r
the Jewish civil calender begins in Nisae
names of the months are of Babylonian on0*
names of Kislev and Shevat are mentiso
Zarharia* 17. 7-1. Nisan and Blul are
in Nehemiah 2 1. 4-16. The month- of Sivan.
and Adar are mentionefl in the Book of W*
names of the rest of the months arc only i
in the Talmud, however they must katt
origins adopted from neighboring countries
We follow the Jewish calendar for evJ
ous purpose also for religious docureaati
marriage licenses and drasece papers. Tb'
Israel haa adopted, the use of the lunar
s the official calendar for Israel


Friday, Auqut 31. 1956
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Rabbi Abraham Levitan (third from left),
spiritual leader, looks on as officers of new
Southwest Jewish Center cut cake at recent
celebration marking inauguration of the con-
Bieqation. Southwest Jewish Center has
| needs of Hille! Foundation work in
this period before the annual meet-
ing here at the Hillel Directors
I Conference.
"We should turn tn methods that
can only mean an interpretation of
CUfS of
an uncompromising commitment
to Jewish life," Mr. Shapiro declar-
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Fridy. Augm
31,
Day J. Apte, Prominent Community
Leader, Dies Suddenly in Miami
Day J. Apte, prominent local
figure and former business and
civic leader, passed away suddenly
early Wednesday morning.
Apte was born in Cincinnati. O .
and came to Florida when he was
four years old. At the time of his
death he was vice president of the
Peoples National Bank of North
Miami. He came to Miami in 1925
to make his home here and organ-
ized the Apte Bros. Brokera.
from which he retired in l!'4t>
He was president of the Dade
County Bey Scouts of America, one
of the founders of the Chamber of
Commerce and former president of
Temple Israel, Miami's Reform con-
gregation, for seven years. He serv-
ed as chairman oJ the Community
Chest budget committee, was one
of the founders of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewi>h Federation and -
as president of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau, now the Jewish Family
Service, for three years.
Mr. Apte was a memoer of the
Kiwanis. a 32nd degree Mason and
Shriner and was a national leader
Of the American Jewish Committee,
with which he was active for many-
years.
Sen ices were held Thur
Aug 30. from Temple I-rael. with
burial in the family |
land Cemetery, under the din
of the Cordon Funt I
Surviving are Mr Apte di
ter Mr Alice Rosenbaum, i I
pa: two 5, David and
Mark; and a brother, R W
widely-known Miami communal
Jeader.
Active pallbearers were i .irl Pi-
owaty, Leo Ackerman, C Edwin
Kettle. J Gerald Lewis Henr)
tter, ,lr I>r tack Kaufman.
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ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
;, ,,f kin Colllna are., retired pluiraber.
dtod Aui IS. A member of Work-
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urvlved b) hi. mlf, Row; a eon. Mor-
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iKid Fellow. Survlvlnii are hi- wife.
i Koaa. a aon, Meivtn: asd two dauah-
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la and a brntna* m. were
v Bg || In H Mi ""Hal
philanthropic and co-owner of the ]'*;;;' ) "l,h bur,al
Tides hotel. Miami Beach, died
MRS COLOIE SIEGEL
f '-., SW 4th at who .nine from
v. York '' rear* .u died Ane ?s.
I \.-.l hj .1 -..ii Ail.-1- h
i ., .i .:> i. \li Mil.
j-. | nd Ml I'm, It.,-, nfrld
.ii.l two areat-
areri \nr ?
i| ft with t. 11 r i.I
-. V
_______ JACK QERSON
WAX MINKOFF M. "I III" ssih t. Hay Harltor la-
landa, i ed \ imc II Kurmei ly of itil-
M ,aic.i. he waa a retired OWIMT "f a
, >. h n. hi men's retail talloilng bualneaa. Ilia
alfe I Hi. I. anil a am, Allan, anrvlve.
Harvlcea wera In t'hlraso under the
upervlalon of -Rlvaratda-Beach Ma-
in., i ial i "hapel.
Samuel Grundwerg
Passes Away at 72
Samuel M Grundwerg. noted
Monday in a local hospital. He *H .
72
MRS. BLANCHE MILLMAN
'. who >. i \ - cktaa, iluilrut World War I. died Aug.
Ii She came here from Hrookhn ;<
yeara >fi, and lived at IJ40 SW 7th at
She la aurvl\ri1 by a an. Krlc. and
threa atatara, h'ervkcea warn In Naw
York, Kith Gordon Funeral Homo In
ihiifr of linal arranementi>.
MISS ROSE BLUMBERQ
(7. of 41 K Klvo Alto ilr .ll.-.t Ana
IS. A brother. Maurice. nirvK-
srv H-ea were in i"hn a.. with Rlver-
alde-Beach Memorial Chapel In charge.
' '"hur. Jy
Rabbinical Hn|
Launches Drive
The local drive is p.^/
Uional effort by spiritual J
community leaders to h*lj
affiliated families join 7
of their choice.
Rabbi Abraham Herwa,
ereth Israel Nnrthsid. 0
been named hairman o( |W
campaign.
In ^ accepting the ap.
Rabbi Hersnn -aid Wa|s_
aim of the drive, on threw
High Holy Days, fa t0
people of the Creater L^
aa they prepare themsehw
tually for the Holy Seam
turn to God and the S
Grundwerg. horn in Poland.
rame lo the I'nited States at the
: thret IK *as widely knnwn
in the hotel indu-try and .
owner of hotels in Edgemere, L.I.
and Atlantic City, N .1
In 1896 he came to Miami Beach
and purchased the Tide-. Pricir to
hi arrival here, he was active in
the National Council of Young Is-
rael, New York City, and helped
organize th- Yeshiva of Flatbuah,
Yeataiav University and Union of
urthndnx Congregation, of Amer-
Herbert U. Feibeiman and Stanley icaall in New York City
C. M\er
Oxford School
Opens Registraton
A founder of the Hebrew Acad-
emy nine years ago. he was its
treasurer .ince it- fnUMIlhllatlll
He was also a board member of
GongKgatkMU Beth Tfilah. Beth
Jacob and Beth Israel. Miami
Beach.
He wa- widely known for his
philanthropic activities and for his
noteworthy contributions to Jew-
i-h education in America. Europe
and in Israel.
VRSaLAURA WOLF
v. hi ... fr.-i
. an iir.i. ilo-d Alia I'.
ad bi bet hoefcaind Rol,
\i Bertha Wetaa.
\ur !l In Rln
n..n id .
\ii.. i Memorial Park
M^RBFRT OIUS
t: ,,f issa m" -Tith .t ih.i .i...r'--
n Miami. Ana .'I,
ii. .. ;, realdenl '--r ,.^ ir corn-
s' I S'-r1 % Ina ire
Ktbel anH '- Hi
'
Miami Bea.h
FRANK FOOEL
"1 ,.f --, rMnetree ilr retfll rlothlna
v-ir Me .-a^e aieaa
t.. \.-ar- aWO fn.in Rriaalon, Ta Sur-
vixlne aic twn daurhl.". H'ai1\a and
-...I 1.n. ial were In
crani nawmewta by
Xea 'i K iro-ral II..me.
SAMUEL WILCHVK
74. "f 41 SW ICth ave died Aug. 14.
He came here JO yeara ago from Great
Nark. I.I and formerly operated a
diatom tailor ahop. With Mra. Wll-
chyk. who limla. he celebrated hla
Mrd wadding annlseraary on hla 74lh
birthday June 14. A daughter. Mra
Zada Wllllama. a "on. alx arandchll-
dren and three a-i eat -grandchildren
ur\ n.
EVIL MANOLOW
**. of ISA l.u, lid ae died July to He
waa a retired ate. I worker, having
.-line front llttaburgh. Hurvlvexa In-
.-hole hla wife, ftoee, and four aona.
Sam. Eugene, lxuila and Robert. Rerv-
Icei and burial were In I'ltt-burgh.
MARRY S JESTER
'.?. nf r.ai Shoie. NT uaaaenaer and
freight i.aenl f..r the l...n laland Rail-
road and winter \ ialtor here many
yeara. died unexpectedly Jwljr IS. Ha
i atrnl\ed by hi* wife. Helen. Her-
ii-e and burial were In Floral Park.
1.1.
Survivors are his wife. Pauline,
and two son.. Saul and Host t
ave. Miami Beach.
in the Navy, was
71
II
en>
MRS THFRFSA KLEIN
' dent for
, ,. .. \. .
-i train ai Plot -
BO. i rj ton
Mania
let
ralde-
, i I
'' i" i in Ml
-
Oxford School. 1204-54 West ave.
Miami Beach, announced Wedne*-
'ration of former and
new .tudent. has begun and will
ntinue until opening d.:
- Monday. Sept 10.
Dr Abraham M CasseL, director
ol the school, urged local parent* ,*<&, pMlr
'to have their children enrolled a- T ,
Bible in order that they Saul- an *-& '" '"' Navy, m mSSJL"?'",
be a..ured of a place at Oxford graduated lrom the School oi Bum
_____.., at been a i
ness of the t niversit) of Miami, u
and
Mla-iii
i wen kue R|v.
M,
Hoses .! local attorney and certi- '' ,n Mt N
MRS
' :
JACOB BERMAN
,,f h.s I'olllaa av#.. retired talbar
:ind winter vtaltor from New Tork.
died kntra Jul> IS.
MRS. ANNA COOPERSMITM
si, of 714 l-i t formerly of Sew
Tork. died July ;n Rl\ eralde- Reach
rtiApel, Waahlnaton ave,
waa in i harge of arrangemrnta.
MRS SARAH LEAH
of !04.". I'alala dr N'ormandy
STEN
. of :"(", Calal- dr. N'ormandy lale.
formerly of l*hl. aao. died July 10.
Rlvaratdt r. irh Memnrlal t"hai>el.
Nfirnan.lv lata, waa In charge of it-
rangementa.
when the fall .erne.ter
"The fame of our school has
reat bed ev<
in this country and in i
We have been
hundred, of inquiries and antici-
pate a capacity enrollment I
long. I then-tore urge mj own lo-
cal neighbor- and resident, t res
i.ter their children now -
out-of-town .tudents do not corn-
well as from the Flatbuah Yeshiva
il New York
(led public accountant. Is i rradu-
' the Cmver.it> of Miamj and
th.- Talmudic Academy ol Yeshiva
University in New York.
Funeral services were held at
BLANCHE RIVLFR
lent f'4
Sea
died Aug
1 '..,.. n
Ii
HARRY OLICKSTEIN
retlre.1 mortgaga broker, illi-.l here
Joll '. at the ago of 7( A long-time
realdenl of Ja. k...nvllle. he cann- here
eight yeara ago from I'hlcago and
lived at 317 Mendiau. fciral Oalilea
He waa a memlarr of Coral fiehlea
Jettleh Center anil la -urviv.d by four
aona. Including Hoy and l^-onaid. Mia-
mi, and JueepB, Jackaony Hie. a daugh-
ter, tirother. aliter and aeven grand-
i-hlldr. n Kervtrwa were In Ja< kaon-
vltle with Oordon Flineral Home In
i haig- ..( haul arrangementa.
pletely fill the limited number of Riverside-Beach Memorial Chanel ""*< ,ETHEL pect0r
openings on the Student rotter." Wa-hington ave. Tue.day
he >3'd-_________________________rnentwa. at Mt Nebo cemetery.
la nd
Israel Denies Report of Pipeline Talks
JERUSALEM (JTAi-The Israel Government has denied reports
from London that the government was participating ,n negotiation.
two
I ,. .. .
"h burial In 8ui of I
with foreign oil companies for the laying of
an oil pipeline between
Mr. rosf wachtel l
mart
V Bg 3
'
FRANK KOLNICK
U, ,.f i-.. Ck-en dr., i.-aldent of Hnd-
an. \ V 1..'.,-. ..unrig here IJ yeaia
ago, died JnU l He waa a retired
Ing are hla wife.
I.ena aon, Mai; thr.-e daughter*.
Mr- Sylvia Katatakjr. Mr. Hertrude
Fieri ml Mi. Kthel lialbnt S. r\ -
i.a were July M In Ito eralde- Iteach
al i'ia|..|. Waahlngton ave,
with l.u i a I in \V.|lawn Park.
'
Hill,
th
MAX SCHWARTZ
Wipanalg ave died Jnlv
" the VA hoapltal A retlir,'
trartor for New Tork iVntral Hall
roan, he moy.d here thiee year* ago
ami waa veteran of World War I
"', kehmged u, tha Odd FVIIowa.
and Amen. l.egl,.,, Sur-
J Ivlng are hla wlfi
THE VOICE OF THE MIAMIES
COMING 70
Radio Station WKAT. Sept. 3rd
FOR INFORMATION, PHONE FR 9-2172
awake
ti
1 i-
la.ieht-r |f{
"e-h Memorial
dr
tlon of
<"hai~-l
RIveraMw
Were Alia
and ..na, ,,r',,hA:
a o, SS^tLV^L
from ftira. V v" whn "
vaarlaa. thre, daughteia.
II grand-
Julv I* In
Ith burial In
MRS MINNIE BLUM
"he .a,'" w" '"" ""* J"'v l
York: IT ,' "'* V,"r" "" ,r,,m N*
Mr. Ma" iw'r- 'L' "V' rt"""-'
V v ,. *" Mr Hn Tufaro.
Km.f.T "arnaim. Un. FVancea
. .late, ,k *"i Mr" 8h,r,v Werner.
rhlMrl- h-"' '""'"'ra and
'-don Fimer.l ,.,, ,
* fnnet.
He .-.,;,, ,I\,lh;'. died July 1
"d a.. ^T TorV Vear. ago
>n.g**o, .l"'"!^ <* ?"> *vld
ra frhar.\nu i.'^'" *.
Mr. a u?,i. """"."i iwo afalera.
Says Wen is to llartt
FALLBIRC NY.(WNSf
Mordecai Kir-hblum, lutngslf]
ident of the Mi?rachi
of America, declared h(
conference ol the Gresafj
Yorfc> Mizrachi Council
international rrists
Egyptian nationalizatiao
Suet Canal could hare ksa]
vented by the West and
crisis was due to a We
of courting the Arab
disregarding Israel
"legal notki
NOTICE UNDER FlC
NAME LAW
VOTICH IS HIMKBT
the under.l. d-lng I
bualneaa un.'. r fU-tlff
1>AIiF: FtHM II l!K _
M7 N W :: i raoa. Mk
Ida. Inten.l i- ler mil I
the CTeik ,f ult Cdad
County. IT---
ri iri r u wtiijnt
Jll.lt KBR. **(
S/ll > 7-It .
cestTiricATF of com
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAVF AND W
AUTHOWiTV OF THE |T
OF tlORID* ,
rg M-t. Tti '"M THXW
KXTS Nil M.I ME. OUT
Whereaa.
L.EON KAP1 v _.
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P.KATltH i
MQBtjtl ,
mn 11 i
i rxioas..
\m\ii nr
IMIM4V
MUVI FU
, KBKRT,
MIAMI
'
taf_
-.- M
did on th.
rauae to I-
T.roy lali.n* >>t < '
tute. r k \n ';-_
tairatlon. l" "- l'""'."*,.-
bualneaa at ''*'.
the Wtate M *
on the Kth \''iU.|
cauae to I,.. I ,
(t.re.ary of '- "' _%
Plnrlda. i I' n.nl "' ""
holder, unde,
rhaotei <"' i
law thedl.-i .....'"*'
New Iheeel <*'
Rtate d.*- he'. J.i.fwal
J^Wren..-. ^
is; Sa
..f injnrtda
faiiltal. 'li-
nt TI-"
the t'"7
n i*.
. ii|.-'i e, ie
("HA t.|
S'Sl/SS
"To $ is W" I
Vialt our showroom
diaplay at 3253 S.W. ]
and 0"*
m#morial styl* aad
buih and installadbr'
CfCutaUnftn.
THURMOMj
JIIWIUrelBiT
TfcB M*- """-vl
JI53 S.W. Ith $'
iUHrts
P4V. C-wtWT


r Auomt 31. 1956
* !;/ r+>rS**+r>
fey of Jewish Job Hunters
Establishes Effect of FEPC Laws
Page? 11 B
I
rMrtmi
|w YORK (JTA) For the
successive year, a survey
[wish joh-scekcrs has shown
. fair employment practice
Lpparently have reduced rlis-
hatory questioning of appli-
i about their religion by both
oki- and commercial cm-
Lent agencies. Such qucs-
hj; la -nil widespread, how-
| -urviy. a report of which
feleased here covered the ex-
Incc "l 2.319 applicants regis-
al Jewish vocational serv-
kenciea in 15 cities in the
\(\ States and Canada during
lli 1056.
Ic report reveals that in U.S.
I nut covered by state or local
(mployment laws, 45 per cent
(i-c who had also registered
private employment agen-
Ihad leen asked about their
Inn In cities protected by
Employment Practices laws,
L 4.4 per cent had been asked
I questions at private employ-
, agencies.
nllar. but less -triklng differ-
were found in the case of
those who had applied direct to
employers. In cities without FEP.
17 per cent reported they had
been asked about their religion,
as compared with about BMs per
cent in FEP cities. The percenta-
ges are almost identical with
those found in a similar survey in
March 195S.
SCHWARTZ REPORTS SUPPORT
NEW YORK Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz, vice president of the
Israel Bond Organization, returned
from Mexico after a two-week vteit
during which he participated in
I the launching of the fall, 1956 cam-
I paign for Israel Bonds in that coun-
try. He said (hat "the enthusiastic
j response of the Mexican communi-
ty during the opening days of the
i campaign is an indication that this
(year's drive will produce outstand-
ing results in Israel bond sales.
The men and women with whom I
met are keenly aware of the diffi-
cult position in which Israel finds
herself as a result of continuing
tensions in the Middle East."
r4

ICLQ OOOO
\QQQQ
m A
BY HENRY LEONARD
SCHUlBftrOQL
on THE EASTViiPt
%H DECK
Nautical Judaism. rv
Orange I ounl >
ACREAGE:
4 MILES North of Route SO. 640 acre*
'/ improved, S postures, food toil,
SI 30 acre. Owner needs cosh. 24 miles
East of Orlando.
EAST just off Route SO, 610 acres.
Orange County's best small roach,
mostly highly Improved, 10 postures,
plenty of water, power, telephone,
pens, barns, ready now to sob-divide,
$137,500.
2 MILES East of Orlando city limits, 90
acres, $300 acre. Triple your money
here new.
OCEAN AND A1A
96 ACRES on Merritt Island crossed
by A1A. Near Guided Missile Base,
$125,000.
C. B. DAVIS, Realtor
770 E. Colonial, Ortaado, Flo., Ph. 7305
DR. SIMON LEAVES FOR U.S.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr. Ernst
Simon, professor of education at
the Hebrew University here, left
for the United States to serve at
the University of Judaism, at Los
Angeles.

r
"""i *m
it i*'
SUITS YOU
TO A "T"
HO OTHER ICED TEA
ukeTCTLEY!
80 delicious-
60 refreshing!
. TODAY'S BEST BUYS
NEAR AH BASE and BUILDING PROJECT
20 Acres on S.E. Comer
Tallahassee & Biscayne
$3500 per Acre
60 Duplex Lots only $1,000 ea.
Acreage Neor Air Base
Excellent Speculation lays
60 Acres Good Farmland
$500 per Acre with Terms
CALL 1151 1351 HOMESTEAD
MAMIE P. SMITH, Realtor
287 SO. KROME AVE.
FT. MYERS AREA
APPROXIMATELY 1,000 ACRES
Long Waterfront
Meal Canal Home Development
$195.00 PER ACRE
roar Broker er
RICHARDSON REALTY
1523 Fowler St. ED 4-9071
Fort Myers
of the huge electric generating centers of Israel. Located
Brusalem. the center supplies power to hundreds of indus-
enterprises in the area. Other generating equipment
kughoul the nation is helping Israel's industrial firms to
nuce more commodities, thus increasing the export poten-
and bringing more employment to the growing corps of
lied workers. As a result of this increased electric power,
lei since 1948. has been able to raise the number of produc-
factories and workshops from 6,000 to more than 20,000.
ring the same period, the number of factory workers has
HI from 72,000 to 120,000. Annual use of electric power
[industrial purposes has risen from 70,888,000 kilowatt-hours
nore than 193,000,000 hours.
Flo. Farms, Ranches, Groves
refully Selected Tract* for
hrafors. Developer*, Investor* J
Speculators from $50,000
to $5,000,000
I -. __r'"' C.itaiogue
, FLORIDA TRACTS:
IHARLOTTE 6.000 acres water-
1 OBEE. 4.320 acres high.
I thj, ,s in Florida's bread
I S200 per itr.
1 i>65 acres of grove land
I "iae of town. (200 per
at
acres
lEVY COUNTY. 1.000 acre.
[ EE area. 11.000
Rr)i.-n,.0?,,,Be $40 per cr-
[SCtOLA.. 45.000 acres with miles
Ear ZV "?? "^""ey frontage at
[merit r,p ,or b' de"
Mo's^S?0 '"" oood 'rm "*
I in. jiio per acres.
Np.Dv.; ssrTv- **< f
|e "^?NT- 12 7 "
TERMS ON ALL PROPERTIES
AY THWAITES, Realtor
Jrsodwoy, fort Myers, EQ 7-1101
240 ACRES
500 FT. LAKE FRONT
$28,500, Cosh Only
o
2300 ACRES
INCLUDING PRIVATE LAKE
$200 Per Acre
o
1900 ACRES
EXCELLENT MAIN ROAD

ARTHUR J. ALLEN
Riviera Beach, Fla.
VICTOR 4-9771
Guaranteed Kosher
Rabbi Jacob Cohen
Fort Myers
Opportunity!
700 ACRES NEAR CITY oad RIVER -
active center frontage ea important
boulevard. $910 per acre, 29% cat*
and balance 10 annual payments, fine
svbdfvision lite.
JEFFC0TT
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STREET
FORT MTERS, FLORIDA
GOOD ACREAGE
1505 ACM PASTURE $85 per Acre
10M ACRES SAND $1 SO per Acre
2700 ACRES SAND $1 SO per Acre
These tracts adjoin Seaboard Railroad
and new highway. Just north of new
Pratt \ Whitney engine plant site in
Martin Co. Unlimited supply of water
and drainage from St. Lueie Canal
nearby. 29*. down, balance 5 years.
3350 ACRES OF MUCK ON HIGHWAY 27
Ready for development. $100 per acre.
29". down, balance 5 years.
11520 ACRES IN LEE COUNTY
6 miles from Gulf. WO per acre. 40*.
down, balance 3 years.
Call BOB DOUTHIT with
THURMOND W. KNIGHT
Reeiifereri Real (state Broker
PHONE 7361 PAH0KEE, FLA.
Wyman Atkins
REALTOR
Deo/ino In Lew Price Acreage
12789 W. Dixie Hwy.
Ph. 891935 PL 8-8332
FOR DEVELOPMENT
Approximately 47,000. Acres
between Vero Beach and
Lake Wales
About 20 miles take ond river
Iron tone, 10 mile* highway Price $60
per Acre. Terms t* accredited buyer.
J. W. SHRIGLEY, Realtor
LAKE WALES, FLORIDA
Tel. 2-4451
For BEST BUYS in ACREAGE
in PALM BEACH COUNTY
LARGE TRACTS
SEE...
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INCRAHAM BLDG., MIAMI
FRanklin 3-9922
Scbring Heal
stale
4,400 Acres Plus
OF GOOD RANCH LAND. Ho* good na-
tive pasture and produces good cattle.
Mas tome good timber, and timber
potential for the next 10 years is prob-
ably worth more than the price ot the
land. Owner priced at $65 per acre,
owner **v* get otter. No Broker*
please. Principals only.
E. C. VanHoose Real Estate
CIRCLE THEATRE BLOC, SEBRING, FLA. !
Phone EVergreen 5-1911
BUSINESS & HOME
Active Gas Station and
Truck Stop
ON BUST U.S. 1. Two bulk tank* 7.1 SO
capacity total. IR' Dinette, Combina-
tion lunch counter, not active but can
be opened at small cost.
Only $10,500
AND THIS COtS WITH IT .
Purchaser has option to pick up pay-
ments on 1 BR, tile bath home on lot
SOxlSO. New rented, rent nearly
makes payment*.
WRITE WIRE ... or SEE:
R. C. BURNS, Reg. Broker
116 WILLARD
P. 0. BOX 762, DEPT. B, COCOA, FLA.
THIS HIST III .
Motel Site on Ocean Front
Foil Blick, Road on 3 Sides, 250x575.
S75,0O0-good terms.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW'
''INKY E.WOL

THE KINSEY CO.
MILLION DOLLAR SLEEPER. PALM BEACH COUNTY
25,000 ACRES WELL DRAINED LAND
Excellent Firm and Ranch Opportunity, Low Taxes. Has Unmatched
Prospects for Coming Year. This Tract WoiVt Last Long.
HENDRY COUNTY
MANY ACREAGE OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDING:
A 1,400 ACe RANCH, FINEBT IN FLORIDA Has Complete Ranch
Equipment. New B-Room Houee. P>angola Pasture Ready to be Stocked.
Can Carry Well Over 3.000 Head of Cattle Immediately. Low Price,
Excellent ^TermS Also 7.BO0 ACRES SAMF AREA, *0 Per Acre,
Railroad Fronts*, end Electric Power Available.
THE KINSEY Cd. P. M. KINSEY, Broker
451 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale Ph. JA 4-7481
see...
Rick Angle
For Good Buys in
Acreage
504 N.W. 8th AVE.
GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Phone Franklin 6-5316
or Melrose GR 5-2343
Gainesville
Acreage
1. BETWEEN NEW GE PLANT AND
CAINESVIIE, 625 acres, $195 per acre.
2. 1,000 ACRES 2 GAINESVILLE includes complete lake.
Over 1 mile af highway frontage.
$295 per aero.
3. Mtt.ES WEST OF GAINESVILLE
(the direction of the finest residential
growth) tO acres with over '2 mile
read frontage. $175 per acre. .
CHICK NEW INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENTS OF OUR COUNTY. Juy tcrtoge
before further odvances. Many other
outstanding tract* available. Phone or
write 0* now.
M. M. PARRISH, Realtor
Gainesville Developers Since 191T
21 N.E. l.t ST. P.O. BOX 114
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Phone FR 2 1406



Page 12 B
+ kv*isHk)ri(f&n
Welfare Official Reports Juvenile Problem in Israel Today
FALLBURG, N.Y. (JTA)Israel of Welfare, told the Greater New in recent years, causing vast envi-
York Mizrachi Council, meeting I romnen.al ehangea, t* tod
, that high school education i> not
here last weekend in conjunction ...........
'free in I>rael. are among the causes
with the Mizraehi national execu- :underlyinK Jim.nl|,. ilillllMIIII) in
is "plagued"' by a juvenile delin-
quency problem similar in many
ways to the one experienced in
American cities. Dr. I. Solomon tive committee.
Rosenberg. Israel Deputy Minister The great influx of immigrants
Israel, Dr Rosenberg declared.
However, he said, delinquency
develops more slowly in families
with strong religious background,
such as the Yemenite immigrants
whose "background is among the
most primitive and integration into
modern Israeli society most diffi-
cult."
Introduction of Reform Judaism
in Israel, the Welfjre
d.red. wh,|,i weak* %
religious traditions
the immgrantv -^ ,
feeling of d.fiertne,
would serve to teir
mA P*" Mcentuitio,
cultural. phwlca, ^ ^
differences h,ch .'
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RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
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MEANS
KOSHER
Rich, natural
Sunsweet
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- no sugar added
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