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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLV
30-Number 37
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 14, 1956
Price 20*
icurity Council Gets Israel Protest Against Suez Blockade
Ml KARTA SEEN SOURCE OF MOB VIOLENCE
iting in Jerusalem Scores One Death,
20 Injuries as 5,000 in Religion Protest
JERUSALEM (JTA)Two investigations got un-
Kay here late last week into the Sabbath-ob-
knce demonstration and resulting rioting on
rday which caused one death and at least 20
A special live man Government Inquiry Commis-
headed by Judge Eliahu Mani, opened its in-
Silence Policy Given Heave-Ho
In Letter Charging Egypt With
Disregard for International Law
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The Israel Government formally in-
formed the United Nations Security Council this week that Egypt is
continuing its blockade of Israel-bound shipping at the Suez Canal in
violation of the Constantinople Convention of 1888. in defiance of Se-
curity Council decisions and in disregard of a personal intervention by
the United Nations Secretary General. .
Israel thus broke a self-imposed policy of silence on the Suez Canal
question aimed at simplifying.;.------------------------------------------------
usimes duties IMMfDMTHY
imbined Jewish Appeal
Names Serbin Chairman
Of '57 Miami Campaign
I John Serbin. manufacturer of Serbin Fashions and local civic leader,
Ibeen appointed chairman of the 1957 Combined Jewish Appeal.
[Serbin'- appointment was this week announced by Howard Kane,
kident of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, following a unani-
p report of the 1957 CJA planning committee. The group urged a
moving, streamlined drive in 1957."
[lie succeeds Sam J. Heiman, twice-leader of the Dade county fund
1 which this year raised a rec- ___
vestigation by setting its term of reference, then
announced it woud start taking public testimony
later. This commission, which has been instructed by
the Cabinet to draw up recommendations for meas-
ures that might prevent a recurrence of such riot-
ing, is trying to find out (1) who started the Sab-
bath-observance demonstration; (2) who was respon- j matters by the five-nations commis-
*sible for a counter-demonstration; sion representing the London Suez TO HIT $300 MILLION
(3) what led to the death of Pinchas j conference, The diplomatic action
Segelov, 55, a member of the ex-(was taken .here as indication that
tremist Neturei Karta, who died!Israel had lost hope that the mari-
Saturday night, a few hours after'_________________________________
he was brought to the hospital fol-
lowing the two hours of violent
rioting.
The second probe is being con-
ducted by a committee composed
of Ministers of Interior, Posts,
Transport, and Labor. Israel Bar
Yehudah, Minister of the Interior,
and a member of the left-wing Ah-
dut Haovdah, is chairman of this
ministerial committee.
Far Ktlmled Story
See Page 2 A
time powers would be able to se-
cure any agreement with President
Nasser of Egypt to guarantee free-
dom of passage of the Canal.
The Israel protest, contained in
Egyptian Arms
Cache Exceeds
Past Estimates
S1.525.ixmi for 55 local, na-
al and overseas causes.
hi- ii the fir-t time in the 18-
history ol the Greater Miami
K-h Federationmajor agency
rh conducts the fund campaign
at the chairman has assumed
[duties so far in advance of the
kal drive opening. Tentative
for the CJA's traditional Ini-
[C.iit dinner has been set for
13 1957. according to the plan-
' group.
IM official action of the cam-
in chairman was appointment
IHcinian to head a campaign
mm and evaluation committee
prised ol top community lead-
this group will continue to
Pin right up to the eve of
(CJA kicUfi
Vhin headed the Combined
[I,h ^PPeal Bu-iness and Profes-
|s Division la-t year, involving
organization and direction of
[citation in nearly 50 trades and
?ne,-e- throughout the coun-
I tar-flung commercial areas.
Fnder his supervision and effi-
Pt handling innovations were
'oped which brought fresh
pjunity Interest in the humani-
Programs of the CJA and
" '" a word collection of
"00,000 in his division.
relative newcomer to the Mia-
Continued on P9. 5 A
a letter addressed to the President
The first charge probed by the o{ tne Security Council by Ambas-
Continued en
Page 5 A
Continued on Pag* 5 A
Police Detain Extreme Orthodox
Leaders to Ward Off New Riots
john sum
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rabbi
Amram Blau, leader of the ultra-
pious J"Jeturei Karta. and 12 of his
followers were held in police cus-
tody Saturday when police broke
up an attempted demonstration
against alleged Sabbath desecra-
tions. All of the detained Neturei
Karta demonstrators were releas-
ed at dusk, when the Sabbath was
over.
As a result of last week's riot,
when police dispersed 5,000 dem-
onstrators and one man died
while at least 20 others were in-
jured, 500 policemen, including
not only city forces but also fron-
tier police, were concentrated in
the city at dawn to halt any dem-
onstration that might be staged.
About 8 o'clock. Rabbi Blau and
a number of his followers started
congregating in the trouble areas
where last week's riot occurred.
Chief of Police Levy Ahrahamov
warned the group that they must
not cross from the sidewalks onto [
the strets. The demonstrators
LONDON (JTA) British news-
papers reported from Washington
Wednesday that Egyptian purchas-
es of heavy arms from the Commu-
nist countries already exceed $250.-
000.000 and may reach $300,000.-
000 under the impulsion of Egyp-
tian President Nasser's desire for
faster deliveries.
The Washington correspondent
of The Times remarked that
months ago Secretary of State
Dulles was speaking of "second-
hand arms" and of time needed to
[determine their potential effective-
ness." He marked that the as-c
ment "has never emerged, thouch
present reports talks of aircraft.
, tanks and artillery being among the
deliveries unloaded at Egyptian
ports by at loa-t one Communi-t
vessel weekly."
Reports from Cairo quoted Maj.
, brahim Tahawv. secretary general
were allowed to shout slogans and of ,he ..Liberation Rally "organiza-
hurl verbal insults at passing mo-,|on as te|Hng Liberation Army re.
torists. However, when they tried .. ., .. ,
to rush the police forces and ,hat "the s,ruS|e ***
block traffic. Rabbi Blau a n d us and imperialism will not be over
some of his followers were taken until we wipe out Israel from the
into custody. iface 0f the earth and establish an
According to Chief Ahrahamov. Arab state in its p|ace."
there have been 20 Sabbath dem-,
onstrations in Jerusalem this
year, 18 of them organized by the
Continued on Page 3 A
---------.--------------------.--------*
The report came on the heels of
Continued on Pag* 7 A
FORMER U.S. OFFICER HEADS EGYPT MARKSMEN TRAINING PROGRAM
German Manager Fires Jewish Employees in London Office
was reported here by Variety,
NEW YORK (JTA)Two Jew-
ish employees of the London sub-
sidiary of a German recording
company have been fired from
their jobs as a result of a ban on
Jewish personnel and artists im-
posed by a new manager who re-
cently arrived from Germany, it
here by
show business trade newspaper.
The report said the ban was im-
posed by Karl Buchweitz who, it
said, "according to reports, was
a former S.S. officer." The two
Continued on Pag* A
LONDON (JTA)The Cairo correspondent for the London Daily
Express has made known the startling fact that Egyptian President
Nasser's best riflemen are being trained by a retired American Colonel.
Fifty-five year old Col. Perry Swindler with a 30-year service record
is himself a world ranking marksmen.
When questioned by the correspondent about his activities Col.
Swindler said that he sees no harm*------------------------------------------------
in making Egyptian riflemen wise
in the ways of guerilla warfare al-
though "1 don't want war nor do my
Egyptian friends. But my training
^JOURNALISTS MISUNDERSTOOD1 CLEAR PURPOSES OF SOVIET POLITICS
Russian Chief Hits Warsaw Paper Baring Stalin Bigotry
[JEW YORK (JTA)-The War-
LT*,p,pw Volkstimme, Yid-
' language Communist organ
Po'nd, has been accused by
onid Ilytchev. chief press off.-
* of the Soviet Foreign Minis-
having printed "slander-
i nu-Sov,et" material when it
revealed that Jewish writers and
cultural leaders in the USSR had
suffered Jrom anti-Semitic per-
secutions during the Stalin re-
gime. The disclosures appeared in
Volkstimme last April
Ilytchev's "bitter, personal"
condemnation of the Volkstimme
was voiced in an interview in
Moscow with Tabitha Petran, cor-
respondent of the National Guard-
ian here.
Jewish cultural leaders and
writers did suffer persecutions,
Ilytchev admitted to Miss Petran,
but the motive was "not anti Semi-
tic." The Jewish persecutees suf-
fered merely as part of an overall
could prepare them for it." The
Colonel admitted that he "didn't
agree with British policy in the
Suez."
The interview took place at the
Government sponsored Egyptian
shooting club which is run by
Swindler. About his work, the
Colonel said that he was only doing
a job. Originally, he said, he had
been hired to coach the Egyptian
. shooting team for the forthcoming
drive against Soviet intellectuals, Me|bourn Olympics but, he "admit-
of many national origins, he main-i,^ u y now doubtfu| ,hat Egypt
tained. "We have corrected our
mistakes against Jews as against
other peoples," he told the cor-
respondent.
The press chief told Miss Pe-
Confinued on Pago 5 A
will send a team due to her finan-
cial problems.
Col. Swindler has been in the
Egyptian capital since last May. "I
like Egyptians. "They treat me well
and I have no complaints,"
r
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Pqgg 2 a

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Rosh Hashona Bond Purchases Hit
High Mark as Hew Appeals Mapped;
Two Congregations Net $20,090 Sales
Ik D U tl,..l...o aliaau ,.f ,,f llln lliuh llnlv H:l\ fi itl'.mittCP.
to a successful start this week
Two congregations, Torah Tem-
ple of Miami Beach and the Flagler-
Granada Jewish (enter, produced
Bora than S2U.IXN) in sales on the
first da\ of Rosh Hashona Jacob
Sher. 'chairman of the (Jreater Mi '"" n- <
ami (jommittee for State of Israel Congregation are amons the o
Bond*, said this represented an-in- congregation* whith will hold
spiring beginning of this most im peals
portant campaign."
Rabbi Yaakov (; Rosenberg and
Seymour B. I.iebman. co-chairmen
David. Kne-. .
ill.- Jewish Center, Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center Zamora
Jewish Center. Coral Wa| Jewish
(enter. Southwest Jewish Center,
Beth Tiilah Beth Raphai I Beth I"!
.mil the Miami Hebrew School and
the other
IP-
It*
^PljmberiJ
Film Sarits Resumes *ai." win be present
The fall series of films to be .Tnu's""a\' m Septemh*^
slmwri at the Miami Public Library. | her at l an(j 0 *
1 BLacayna blvd., resumed this!
week Ihis series. "Autumn PeatJ-
Yoik,
Panaqhia Back
In Haifa After
Egypt Seizure
HAIFA JTA The Israeli-char
i Greek vessel Panaehia re
turned '> thi norl Wednesday ri*h
; ,?fK) ion- of rement d>-
! t .? I--.-:'- ..Hi'hern port n(
'T h,-i\in" he.-n n
' Ihe Suez Canal
"
The 500 ton fn I
' t< '-led :i
tain and s<
' hd lier.ime in

treat-
The Captain. Kosl I
l f thi (real........eived
nv th( that he
wed 1 --t the
ith dio-ip" the en-
Ih period Mor were
the seamen or the Captain alii wed
to leave t|w uf| :in,| ,_,,, ^hore
-in n
' up ; (he ves-
to Flath Si
first stopped, the
liter wa! L>iv<>n pcrmi-Mon to
p.iss thrnueh but this was revoked
later althoush canal passage lee-
n id been paid The vessel was un.
der armed 2uard at all time.
Benjamin Lazius, New
appeaTfor Bond sa|,.- during Sue- chairman of the board ol the
coth. and Temple Beth Sholom will Benrus Watch Company and
make a special congregational fort in the next sever..! weeks named national chairman of
This i. the most complete par- ,he newly-formed JWB Associ-
ticipatior, in the Israel Bonds pro Q(es The WQS formed to
gram since(the |nceptionjol the i{J Qn QUXll ,h h
High Huh Da) appeal-. Slier -.ill r ., 7
which individuals across the
Israel Consul Max Varon will us h, subscnbe to ,WB.S
speak at < oral (...hie- Jewish ( en .
tid a, the Coral Waj Jewish P^P08*" an<* support its work.
("enter services in tie Dade count)
auditorium alter week ot in-
ten-n nee. with leader- of
the Greater Miami Jewish commu-
nity.
Varon was hoi red M
I by the Ortho
dox 53 nagogues of (
ol the He-
brew and Home i"i the
'
Malvin
Automobile
Group Installs
Miami Independent Automobile
held it- annual installa-
tion banquet and dai ee Saturda).
Mi..rtu Springs Villa-.
\ 1 ceded the
I ;.- chairman ..'id banquet ..! 6:49 p.m.
nder. justice of th.- mi Mayoi Randall Christmas
- (oastmaster
Varoi said Israel's export have
18 per cent during
'he past year and reviewed the
hi-tiirie oil strikes m th. \, _. >.
completion ol the Yarkon *
pipeline and the start of direct
' between I I Miami.
All of these events," Varon not-
ed "can he traced directly and cer-
tainly to ;, major degree from pro-
ceedl ol the Israel Bonds drive."'
The situation continues to be grave
on the economic front, however, he
said, with our balance of trade
worst tin- year than last because of
the need t<. stockpile certain mate-
rials "
\ n -aid All 1-rael awaits the
results ol the High Holy Dav- ap-
Tbaj ..re American Jewry's
troni-est bond with our nation"
u.i- installing
I. ill, outgoing pre-ident
of the \ i. -aid that mole
than :((<) persons attended the
lion.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 13-95
Counfy Commission Candidate
Will Address Golden Agers
Fari- Cowait. Democratic nom-
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Golden Age friendship club, of the
ter Miami .lewi-h Community
Terter. 4.">0 SW 16th ave Sunda]
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Monday, Sept. 17.
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September 14, 1956
+Je*MFk>ridia,ri
Hand Chapel, Sirkin Hall to be Dedicated at Emanu El
\\ priedland and Harry Sir-
r of Greater Miami's out-
Jreligious and civic leaders
[p.,., two decade*, will be
| on V :n Kippur with for-
tcation services of Fried-
lanol and Sirkin Hall at
Knanu-EL
rooms in Iho synagogue
were (k'licated to bear
jies "in ;ippreciation of the
Eldership they have played
planning and building of
Emanu El and in guiding
[iniiiilly expanding Temple
and i^ president of the
largest < "rwrvative con-
in the Smith. Sirkin. a
tident. recently was elect-
or/ lift) president,
and and Sirkin both scrv-
IreMilent of what was then
ni Beach Jewish Center,
ras located on 14th st., and
w.i- recalled to the top
^r it- move to its present
17th St and Washington
tnd now is national co-
nf the Jewish Theological
of America and has play-
ijor role in the national
il United Jewish Appeal
of Israel Bonds efforts,
as been a leader of the
iMiami Jewish Federation
ffiliated agencies since its
Bminary consecration was
day (\enin^ for members
bard of directors and their
pd for members of the
1 and Sirkin families, who
I to participate in the dedi-
plaques designating the
f the two rooms.
Ilninu Lehrman, spiritual
' Temple Kinanu-El. who
I the preliminary services.
lerican Jewrj today knows
[name- thai Samuel Fried-
1 Harry Sirkin. They are a
our ijon, to our
land to our country."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman (left) conducts preliminary consecration
service in the newly-dedicated Friedland Chapel of Temple
Emanu-El as Harry Sirkin, honorary life president, and Samuel
Friedland. president, look on. The Temple's social hall was
dedicated as Sirkin Hall. .
mm EXTREMISTS
^inutd from I-age 1 A
Karta. Mr Abrahamov
that the NYturei Karta
nsists ot only about 100
MO MAITHY NIW YIAK
"n'LBVC.0"n,ed ^ ,nv"< '"
.|P// ',ur' by Mkln8
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st in Israel Bonds
kit Friedberg jf 1-5314
Masada Slates Ninth Annual
Yom Kippur Ball Saturday
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will present
its ninth annual Yom Kippur Ball
on Saturday night, according to
Sam Soldinger. acting chairman of
the young adult district.
This year's affair will be held in
the Morocco room of the Casablan-
ca hotel. Dancing will start at 9
p.m. and will continue until 1 a.m.
Assisting Soldinger are Lillian
Baris, Edward Tescher, Marilyn
Sanders. Ruby Wallstein, Joe Mey-
ers, Marvin Shaberman and Gil
Rappaport. director of the South-
east ZOA region.
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Zimmerman Will
Chant at Anshe
Ernes Services
Morris Zimmerman will chant
High Holy Day services on Yom
Kippur Friday evening and Satur-
day af Anshe Ernes Congregation
2343 (oral Way.
Zimmerman, past vice president
Of the congregation, also chanted
| during Rosh Hashona.
His son. Dr. Jack Zimmerman, is
a noted Chicago physician, who re-
cently gave "doctor's orders"
against his fathers active liturgi-
cal rendition during the Higlr^foly
Days.
But Zimmerman, who performs
the service gratis, feels his duty to
the synagogue higher than to him-
self. A simiar situation existed last
1 year, when he disregarded his son's
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SUB8CRPT
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ON RATE!:
Two Years
TheRehimof the Panaghia and the Return to Principle
The Israel-chartered Greek vessel Panaghia
hae returned to Haifa after being refused pas-
saie through the Suez Canal.
n this were not violation enough of inter-
national treaty, the Panaghia was detained at
Suez by Egyptian authorities for a period of
14 weeks.
This will certainly have to be an issue in the
The Meaning of Yom Kippur
In synagoaues throughout the world, the
ancient Kol Nidrei chant will be heard Friday
eveninq. ushering in Yom Kippur, the last of
the High Holy Days.
From the humblest synaqogue to fhe most
ously-built, from the gatherinqs in the mel-
- of Morocco to those in tents dotting the
pioneer outposts of Israel, the chant will call
Jews everywhere to a spiritual stock-takina.
The universal, compelling force of Yom Kip-
pur is but a contemporary manifestation of its
erelong tradition. "Perhaps more than any
other Jewish holiday, the Day of Atonement
evokes a spirit of awe in the heart of every Jew.
In the chanting of "Uv-chen Tayn Pach-
decha." we implore: 'And put Thine awe on
all Thy creatures, that they may all form one
force to do Thy will.'' Here, the meaning of
Judaism asenres toward total identification with
ghest belief.
And, in this aspiration, all Jews recognize the
essential unity of their faith. In direct contrast,
there can be no areater tribute to the diqnity
of the individual Jew.
Yom Kippur. according to tradition, is the day
en which man's fate is seated for the year to
' But it is a further tribute to the Jew that
hia :aith transcends the irrevocable nature of
fete.
Thus does he pray, in continuinq recognition
of this fact. Thus does he fast to aain the
strength which follows it- the spiritual strenath
necessary for eternal identification with his
Brothers and his Maker.
It's a Two-Way Proposition
An interesting development over the paS,
year or so is the increasinq number of national-
ly-known institutions and organizations that
have been opening branch offices in the Greater
Miami area.
The Zionist Organization of America moved
ts Southeast region home quarters from Atlanta
to Miami Beach some twelve months ago
This move came on the heels of the establish-
ment here of campaign offices for Histadrut
Only recently. Yeshiva University of New York
announced that it has set up a field unit in the
Greater Miami area.
And now. the Jewish Theological Seminary
!'ArCa r^ ,h! American 'e^h Conaress
are also realizing their intentions of establishing
proaTams7 ** eX'enS'Ve na,'>de
All of which seems to indicate that Greater
Miami .s rapidly becoming one of the most
imoortant Jewish communities in our naL
The recognition this area is receiving does
not come without .ts attendant difficulties The
welcome newcomers will certainly cause the
.? ]FuTq QqenCy of Mia ^wry ,o
put on its thinking cap in the matter of corning
up with means of inteqrating them into our. co
hesive community -with the community's best
interests always of paramount importance.
Now that these important oraanizations have
come to Miami, there is little doubt others will
follow suit. Facile ways of coping with the
complexities of integration mu therefore be
m^edal rapidly and with firmness of pur-
pose. For the healthy qrowth of the Jewish -
and general-community depends upon the
viaor with which that qrowth is nurtured
But, in joininq this community, and in brina
jng to it the wealth of their programs, it is to be
hoped that these orqanizations will, in turn
recognize that the good of Miami as a whoie
depends m larae measure upon the way In
which the individual parts function for maxi-
mum and mutual cooperation.
There We Go Again -- Sorry
The poor Russians are being misunderstood
again, and everyone should pause for a mo-
ment of silence as a means of expressing apol-
ogy to them.
It seems that Soviet press officer Leonid
Ilytchev is anary at a Warsaw newspaper for
charqinq the Stalin reqime with havinq per-
secuted Jewish writers and cultural readers in
the USSR.
"Slanderous. anti-Soviet" nonsense, says
Ilytchev. But we recall the recent publication
of a long list of "lost" Jewish writers now ad-
mitted liquidated by the Russian government.
Ilytchev's "explanation" is that the writers
were the object of a drive against Soviet in-
tellectuals of many national originswhatever
that means.
If it means, as it probably does, that the Jews
of Russia are a "hard core," who do not easily
bend to the acceptance of mass opinion since
hat would mean blanketly giving up the iden-
indeed ^^ ^^ comPhmn<
But it is a compliment for which they have
paid a high price-as the passing of David
BergeQ.son. Itzhak Pfefier and countess other.
frome,;hLhif iS PriC6L ,ha' has e*eed
from he Jews since the dawn of their history.
n.Uk La hn d'Heren' '" Moscow'8 "IndiS
Hitler's Seeds Still Sprout
onAthi'Tie,in9,nT8 i,em ,hi *eek reports
on the dismissal of two Jewish employee? ot
the London subsidiary of a &~L Y 1
company ^ taerman recording
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Volume 30 Number 37
Friday. September 14. 1956
minds of the five-nation mission to Cairo, whose
proposal for internationalization of the canal
was rejected by President Nasser this week.
Early Wednesday. Britain and France issued
a joint declaration, calling for force to neutralize
Nasser's recent seizure of the international
waterway.
But what is in the hearts of the British and
French diplomats? Do they merely consider
their personal shippinq needs, or are they also
aware of the needs of other nations?
If the Panaqhia's experience has little mean-
ing for them, then they cannot successfully bat-
tle the illegal Nasser move with their own un-
ethical practices. Their and the other powers'
failure to enforce the 1951 Securily Council
ruling on the Suez Canal brouqht to the fore
by Israel's complaint against Egyptian block-
ade of Israeli vessels is at the root of the entire
problem today.
It is this kind of international immorality that
will be repeated should the Panaghia be ignor-
ed. It is this kind of immorality that must surely
fail again. The Western Powers can be suc-
cessful only* if they are doing battle for a
principle- freedom to use the Suez Canal for
all nations not for the illusive fact of their
immediate need.
.
15 01
"**. they,a ?* ^j
I'-lT^ing,0*
of Its manifestations. Under such cimimTan *Wklng to *
away in the onslaught of mob purposelos.no" Pnn*t
We do not have to look far for example" LM -
nature of communism, all of us put our^u" ^n'Z'n?,*il
croachment. That should have been enough 2,.?, guart J
of fear began to govern us. Rendering a sever- u, *Wt:fc!
lief in the right of free political wSol.^Te^**
of existence-er so we thought Actualh w,! ,C**-
dnving this insidious party underground .^ "H
power effectively to police it. the ****]
Worse, in addition to compromising one of n. k.
principle., we have created .precedent for son* fu>'._
infinitely more dangerous situation, as a result of uh?*!
siderably easier to legislate a second right ou hwhi'U
mechanism for such negative legislation r mwtt H
there is no telling to what extern may KM"^*
iiasa ****' ^tk.innnecStli*s
petuating his freedom. m ,he Within the context of this example it u *i. .l
traliration of communism was, inTtseff in uffic ^M
tile of fear. Put to question by the ie^rsot^^Si
the Constitutional grant accorded each American toil
incriminating himself. For. argued these |Sen how*!,
out communists when the courts did no. have theZer H
to wive evidence against themselves ieno..J
IfJDHS MAVl ALWAYS gffM AT (MM C4U
JHE FEARFUL thus began en masse to implore their ren
to legislate this basic principle of the Bill of JUaJL
Amendment-out of extstence. Opponent, of the mweSEaB
defenders of the integrity of the Con.stitnt,,,,, -weretEfl
suspect in the onslaught against Intelligence.
*-,.?T ma.y' f COurse' argue ,hat ,n" '* 1" mn
Hfth Amendment gave automatic immunitv to counties*
who today mock our democratic fastidiousness But we mi
II I free people for having insisted upon this fastidiousness.
not take poisonous doses to neutralize a stomach ache
Now. the turning of the tide against fear in this case to J
dent. It resulted from the cumulative effort of intelligent*1
principles against the corrosive actions of the fearful We M
far been fortunate, as a people, to find spokesmen in behalf da.
whenever the need for them arose. America's history i- dottefM
tales of their workfrom the Presidencv of Thomis JeffemiY
repealed the Alien and Sedition Acts, to the role of BostM
Joseph Welch, who broke the grip of Sen. Joseph McCarujli
control of Senate subcommittee procedure.
All of which is a roundabout way of sajing that a news,
i* sorely needed today for the purpose of defending anouei.
principles currently under attack. I refer here to the bubWajt
of fear now threatening to overwhelm and -weep away lnteikfaa]
a result of the Supreme Court ruling on Mgrtgatka.
It is particularly unfortunate that our public schools U,
figure so significantly in this ruling, for they are the centenai
the minds of our children are molded. Resisting the decuwl
point of violence in some sections of the country can do Ml
impress them with what their elders consider important drL
among peoples at a time when the Supreme Court- pirpail
minimize these differences by insisting on the legal right oil"
fully to participate in the guarantees of the Constitution.
e e >
IDUCATOti ADVIStD Of NUD fOK CINS0KSHIP
DUT IT i- even more unfortunate that our teachers and i
tive educators figure equally in the current battle. Bj
rely neither on schools nor teachers to protect this nitwn'i C
against the malice of their parents, to whom may we look!
A case in point is the 1956-37 Anti-Defamation League i
Memorandum book, which has been for the past several'.
tributed throughout the Dade county school system. In it-
its utilitarian function as a calendar, the book, through brief I
and illustrations, highlights the meaning of American demw-.,
simple terms and suggests by implication examples for putuaiiij
daily practice.
The current edition of the bookthe 1956-57 is the
secutlve editionwas approved for distribution by the snpt
of public instruction here several months ago. Immedutehjl
the scheduled date of distribution. Superintendent W. R
vised principals of Dade schools, upon receipt of the c
delete the pages containing references to resource material '
of democracy and Americanism pertaining to race.
The Anti-Defamation Leagut has since withdrawn ''-'r-^
in the distribution of the Calendar-Memorandum books Lw
members of ADL's Florida regional office met with n^fr^
the school board to acquaint them with the significance of a
relations tool and to implore them to forego their censorssf
project.
*
* SIMW HlATIOti MIPS CLAKIHCATI0U
TMI SCHOOL board is scheduled to clarify its decision"^|,
Presumably, its members have been taking into ^^"^i
ADL argument that the references to race were listed for ^ J
principal! and teachersnot for stdents-"and masnJuV,_lr
were available only upon the request of interested !*nMlJ*"JJ
not studentsthe uhcensored distribution was full) school concerns .
Certainly, this la a delicate situation, and the ^n* *d
limit in "explaining" the calendar's function because *r^.
in the schools, where it can do the most good: Uudi^ ^ |
I-eague will not be a party to the compromise of its V j
there must be. at least for me. a limit to ones sympathy '<* #
boards tactful" inclinations. ,.., -ootepH.
Tact for what? When educators see as a nee*11" ^y pit*]
'or children issues of race in relation to democr*o- -y^#<
severe question their professional fitness. For ,ne>. J'u,a?
they are succumbing to the fear on whose altar Pr,nC' ^i
fieed and that they are functioning by instinct rather u
Kence. _dind'
The attempt to censor the ADL bookor any book-- k
Pie relation to the recent attempt to compromised*
ment. Both are implements of the leaders of the rr.
which seeks to shackle men's minds.
But we will not be shackled; for we are free.


jy, September 14. 1956
knistnorMteri
Paqe 5 A
lilt
Assumes Chairmanship of Combined Jewish Appeal

[witinutd from Page 1 A
Serbin originally hails
Iceland. 0.. where he chalk-
,. 0f community service
l8ue, Ivdi-rntion drive,
c-hesl and other oases.
L here that, together with his
Er Lewis, they foupded the
pas hi o n a manufacturing
For ,,. ., are, the Fashion
unv ol New Vork I ity baa
,,, serbin'a with Its coveted
I Award.
1 i95i. "Serbin of Miami es-
lhi.ii its headquarters here. In
| to its local plant, the firm
I rj al Fayettevilfe, Tenn..
hnanenl showroom in New
1 City and outlets throughout
Irorld. including the South Pa-
a special luncheon meeting
Jhere in the r.dumbus hotel,
jn expressed his gratitude to
Campaign-planners group for
confidence and pledged his
devotion to the man-sized
\\\. is an honor and a privilege,
able to serve ray community
the people in it. as well as the
bigger Jewish community through-
lout our country and in Israel," Ser-
bin said. "And it is with deep
humility and gratefulness ttint I
shall undertake this task, for I
realize the historic responsibilities
which face Greater Miami Jewry in
the months ahead. To say we shall
meet the call for help from Israel,
North Africa and overseas; to prom-
ise we shall respond to tlv terrible
cries which face our people .lav by-
day; to give continued strength to
the welfare services in our own
city; these are guarantees we must
ail pledge now, because the needs
are greater than ever before .",
Serbin expects the 1957 CJA
drive to be "the shortest, swiftest
and most successful on record" in
view of long range and elaborate
advance preparations. A strong
push for volunteer education and
enrollment will be launched in the
coming months to bring the work-
ers' corps to a point of complete
readiness for the 1957 effort.
Serbin is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh law school
and was a practising attorney be-
fore entering the field of fashion
manufacturing. His major interest
iting in Jerusalem Scores One
Death as 5,000 in Demonstration
(Continued from Tap* 1 A
kterial committee seemed to
lort members of the Neuturei
i who had charged that trucks
being used on the Sabbath to
Sport workers. The regular
are not licensed to run on
ISabbath No licenses for such
[of truck- to carry passengers
he Sabbath had been issued, the
isterial committee established,
pe demonstration Saturday, the
violent ewer -taed here, be-
[ when about 150 elderly mem-
| of the Netarei Karta staged a
lie prayer meeting in the
lets on the western outskirts of
[city. Wearing prayer shawls,
prayed for Sabbath observ-
f. in protest against motorists
Bg their vehicles. At the same
f. a croud el youths threw up
' blocks an.l. allegedly, started
king motorists. Later, the youths
charged with having stoned
police and aiming missiles at pedes-
trians who were hat less or were
! smoking.
Police used truncheons and cm-
I ployed high-pressure water hose to
disperse the crowd which had
| grown to about 5,000. It was at the
i end of the rioting that Mr. Segelov
I was brought to the hospital. Seven
policemen were injured, and three
civilians, one a woman, were also
,treated for injuries. Among the re-
ligious demonstrators, at least 10
1 more were hurt.
Yesterday, when funeral serv-
iees were held for Mr. Segelov. the
croud of mourners numbered about
! 20,000. The government was repre-
sented at the services by Dr. Zorach
jWarhaftig, Deputy Minster of Re-
I minus Affairs. Members of the
Cabinet and some members of par-
liament also attended, as well as
I leaders of the Neturei Karta and of
the Mizrachi. Agudas Israel and
other religious parties.
in sports has continued from his
collegiate days, when he achieved
fame as a basketball star, to the
present day as sponsor of the
Serbin open golf tournament which
raises funds tor local charity.
-As a member of Westview coun-
try club, Serbin for two years di
rected uCJA attracted a huge galaxy of IS
golf greats |(1 participate in the
CJA pro am members tournament.
Hi is a vice president of Temple
Beth Sholom and was chairman of
their successful building fund
drive to cons-truct a unique and
modem edifice.
In Community Chest campaigns.
Serbin has served as a section
chairman in Division A and as co-
captain of the Wearing Apparel
Unit in 1956.
Serbin, his wife Georgian, and
their two sons, Jon and Lewis, re-
side at 4554 Adams ave., Miami
Beach.

. f
Fine deeds will be afoot at the Seville hotel. Saturday night.
Men's club of Temple Emanu-El, under the leadership of
president Jules P. Channing, is sponsoring the annual Yom
Kippur dance. Left to right are Allen Goldberg, board chair-
man; Channing; David Samelson, vice president; and Harold
Hirschfield, vice president.

reel Heaves Out Policy of Silence
In Note Charging Egypt Lawlessness
Continued from Pag* 1 A
pr Abba Khan, did not call for
I immediate action by the Coun-
Ibut reserved Israel's right to
Iher action. The letter was a
low-up to one of June 28 inform-
I the Council that Egypt had il-
ply held up transit of a Greek
fehter, the Pahnegia, bound
t> Haifa to Elath with a cargo
ement.
his weeks letter notified the
pncil that the ship had now been
N'ed to Haifa by the charterers,
hocused Egypt of "continuing
MM of international law and
|e persistent denial to the cap-
> and his crew of the elementary
Official Says
Soviet Mistreated
Continued from Pag* l A
tluth,t 'he Soviet government
fwid not make public any de-
"s about past persecutions, but
pould follow ,.s aim of reh.bili-
E~J V|ose wh had suffered un-
teon\ alsu msisted tht other
port, of discriminations against
p' *ere incorrect." and he de-
p that there were quotas for
e emPlo>ment of Jews in gov-
ernment work. He declared how-
f" ,hat Je*s. like members of
f r naonalities in the USSR,
P^t indicate their nationality
r>en applying for work, but in-
Ty that imphed no "diserimin-
facilities to which they are enti-
tled."
The vessel was held at Port Said
i since its interception on May 25.
j Ambassador Eban told the Se-
curity Council that "the Egyptian
has thus forced the vessel to aban-
don the exercise of its right to pass
through the Suez Canal. In so do-
ing, CoL Nasser has demonstrated
in most brazen fashion his utter
disregard for Egypt's obligations
under the Constantinople Conven-
tion of 1888. and for the explicit
ruling of the Security Council of
1 September 1951, at the very time
when he is seeking to persuade the
world that he if prepared to guar-
antee the freedom of shipping
through the Canal.
"The continued practice by
Egypt of measures which have been
explicitly condemned by the Se-
curity Council and.which are in
contravention of Article 1 of the
General Armistice Agreement be-
tween Egypt end Israel, has created
hew tensions which the Govern-
ment of Israel must view with the
utmost concern," he warned.
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Reform, Liberal Congregations Form
South Florida Council of UAHC Here
, .. ,,, ,i( (ho f\i>rt">-<"(1 ncfil for a more
Rcprescntat.vcs of eight Reforn Th func.
nn.l Liberal conKreSat,ons ,n he g*'.^ K1()rl(ta lounc
Greater Mann area gathered at the UOO OI ...... nrnl,rms
Dr. Eisendrath said that "the
UAHC I- lending RabW Baumgard
to this ;nea because of the unpre-
cedented growth of the Jewish
community and specifically be<\m-.e
K]
will be to coordnate the programs
nrida of the IAHC congregations already
noon to organize the South rinrnia .
n i ^.u, -,c Rihhi K''nh' Baumgard. who formerly
Principal speaker was Rabb Sch(>o|
Maurice Eisendrath. president of ,'r. .iu.v.*fii and
Hebrew "' Education in New ^ orK l ity, ana
who has served as an advisor on
Biscayne Terrace hotel Wednesday
American
which comprises
OUBhoul the continent o. Temple^ou.h will bring his
ffABBI HfRBfBT BAUMGARD
Dade Joins Nation
In Civil Defense
Week Observance
Dade count} joined with the re-t
: the nation in celebration I N
lional civic Defense Week Sept 0
through 15.
J N Lummus, Jr., direct* i
Civil Defense forces in this area.
announced that civic, social and
military or : parti-
ta tin- special week oi Civil
nit ion whirh i- de-
signed I" set forth the realistic COn-
cepl ster preparedness, in
' th ; nem) attack and nat-
ural disasters.
l.ummus stated t h a t Pre!
how i r would make radii
don appearances during the
u.t-k to issue appeals for
ation with local Civil De-
[i nse ii
inty-wide. ( D Week is being
celebrated by the holding Of I lead-
ership workshop, at which time the
overall Civil Defense picture and
.on will be explained, spe-
< ial Blood Hank drive, and the hold-
pen hou at Miami's Filter
the I'nion of
Congregation
52S Reform
tions through
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard was offi-
cially installed director of the
South Florida Council oi the
UAHC,
The occasion marked the day Ol
prayer for peace as proclaimed by
President Eisenhower
\ special prayer was read by
Rabbi Joseph Narot, spiritual lead-
er ol Temple Israel of Miami, old-
est Reform congregation in this
area Invocation was ottered by
Rabbi Icon Kronish, of Temple
Beth Sholom, only Liberal congre-
gation in Miami Beach Benediction
was offered bj Rabbi Morn- Skop,
Ii ol the Coral Cables Jewish
it nter pioneering Liberal i
ation in Coral Cables.
!;. pn l< I also at the meetine
vi ere Rabbi MariUI Ransom, lor
many years spiritual bead of Tern-
manuel in Ft Lauderdale and
Rabbi Irvins Cohen ol Temple Is-
rael, Wesl Palm Beach.
Three new Reform congregations
in their first year ol organization
ted Rabbi Minard
Klein is serving Temple Beth-El,
Holly*.....I. Rabin Benjamin Kras-
now lead- Temple Sinai of North
Miami Reach; and Rabin Herbert
Baumgard director of the Council.
i- serving the South Dade Jewish
Center,
special ability to bear on the adult
education and youth programs of
the I'nion congregations in this
area. Mr Fi-endralh concluded.
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Intend Holiday Greetings re All
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Gmtings To All
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tANI SURVEYOR
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Spember 14. 19K
jHt STILL BtARS
+Je*lst Ibraliin
Page 7 A
ier Happy Birthday' -- and at 33
Gerstein Faces a Hew Battle
it May Shape His Whole Career
.. ___ uirlViHav'" i *
a -Happy Birthday!'
ft e Gerstein last week.
C.t.'c. it was Wednesday.
j,c eve of the Jewish New
6ept 5, 1923. Dick Ger-
hed 33 Wednesday. Of
, h(. could be sure. It was
fnt "Happy Birthday
one he spent 12 years
the day.
farizxly Sept. 5 morning
^944. Gerstein left his G.I.
in wartime Podincton.
\ member of the 92nd
loup. Eighth Air Force,
t(\ through the predawn
lieline room prior to de-
Ion "TO Gel By." a B-17.
|7th mission over ravaged
(.enre told Gerstein and
fcher members in his crew
target was LudwigslMrmn,
.famous Flak Alley.
tr Gerstein listened at-
|v left with the others for
27 |i was his 21st birth-
] with a bit ol fortune, all
[would get through.
kstein did get through*
: steel entering his
fcmplc and careening out
his left jaw before the
ne. Flak Alley had given
birthil.iv present he would
he rest ol h- bl' Regain-
iciousness from the blow,
on his blood and unable
Ik. he signalled by hand
on information to a fellow
In. winch waa in turn relay-
pe pilot.
in England. Gerateln lay
pks in a military hospital,
! near deaih He emerged
Uninus a left eyeto rc-
Bie Distinguished Flying
JBu birthda) was again a
lant avent, for the presenta-
Is not made officially until
bears later, exactly on the
rsary of the day he had
wounded, this time on his
rthday. In addition to the
Jerstcin holds the Air Med-
IPresinVnti.tl Unit citation,
[Heart and ETO Medal with
feattle Stars
*
M6 CANDIDATE
ly, 33 years plus one week
nds on the brink
K career He ia the Demo-
(party's nominee for State
fc) and will run in Novem-
general election to seek to
the \utory he garnered
VuJk
RSTEIII
5ID5NT OF THE INTE&-
ITE^NITY COUNCIL
^PILSO PRESIDENT OF
[HI EPSiLONPl.
U*'" \^WSFEQmd
RICHARD GIRSWN
... at hero's age 21
from present State Attorney
George Brautigam. For him. it is
a New Year, indeed, filled with
much hope and high prospect.
May's showing at the polls
brought Gerstein 86.000 votes to
his opponent's 40,000. It was a
campaign marked by the current
office holder's battle on two
fronts: to become a successful in-
cumbent and to separate from his
record as State Attorney the nega-
tive impact of a Grand Jury re-
port in which he figured promi-
nently.
"Many people have been say-
ing," Gerstein explains easily,
"that my victory was due in large
measure to the people's protest
against my opponent's handling
of the Grand Jury report. But I
believe that my more than 2 to 1
showing indicates I would have
won in any case."
(NEXT WEEK: A Srrii* of Itrartfs.)
ARMS DELIVERIES SKY HIGH
Continued from Pag 1 A
the rising Suez Canal crisis. In
Washington, Secretary of State
Dulles expressed his "deep disap-
pointment" in Nasser's refusal
Tuesday to accept the proposals of
the five-nation peace mission to
Cairo and warned that rejection of
the proposals may lead to "incalcu-
able strife."
^PRESIDENT OF
I t^SlLON PI
|TEftNrrv FOR
*EE YEfu^s.
, iS A SECOND "
Iuoent.
T THEY THOUGHT OF HIM AT UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
... by Sn*|
e&Ach. HELD THE|
OFFICE OF JUNIOR
CLftSS PRESIDENT
IN 194S. ^
HE WAS LISTED IN
ftttEUKAN COLLEGE
WHO'S UJHO IN
194-6-47.
VOTE
SEPTEMBER 25
th
CITY OF MIAMI
SPECIAL BOND ELECTION
8-Point Capital Improvement Program
The City's progress is in your hands.
A vote of YES will be your "go ahead" signal
to your city officials.
HERE ARE THE 8 PROPOSED BOND ISSUES
You may cast your vote on all 8 proposals individually:
1. STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS 2,730,000
Funds would provide some of the storm sewers urgently
needed to eliminate flooded conditions which follow each
heavy downpour in many areas of the citv.
2. HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS ~~^
(residential areas).......". 3,030,0OO
Funds would be spent for widening and improving streets
i in Miami's residential areas...in re-macadamizing arte-
rial streets where needed...in rebuilding secondary and
feeder streets.. .and in acquiring necessary rights-of-way
3. TRAFFIC SIGNS, SIGNALS AND
CONTROL DEVICES.......50O,0OO
Funds would be used to launch a complete renovation of
the City's traffic signal system, based on radar control,
to eliminate traffic jams and improve traffic conditions.
4* CITY HALL.............3,550,00O
The proposed construction of a permanent City Hall will
concentrate city offices, now scattered all over town, in a
single building for more efficient, economical operation.
5. SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS 9,950,000
Funds would be spent for replacement and installation
of new sewer lines...for repairing and rebuilding all
existing sanitary sewer Pump Stations...and to extend
the sanitary sewer collection system into many City
of Miami septic tank areas.
6. FIRE FIGHTING FACILITIES.....*850,000
Funds would be spent for a new high-pressure Pumping
Station in the N.E. area to provide service for the Central
Business District and an expansion of the fire-fighting
system into additional congested areas to the north,
/. GARBAGE AND WASTE DISPOSAL
INCINERATOR.........1,100,000
Funds would be spent to raze the rundown, unsightly and
smelly incinerator in Coconut Grove and build in its place
a modern 300-ton unit to keep pace with Miami's srowth.
8. RECREATIONAL FACILITIES .... '1,100,000
Funds would be provided for much-needed recreational
facilities and improvements for city parks and play-
grounds ... and for the construction of a new municipal
golf course.
EIGHT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
to be voted on in the
Ar
SPECIAL BOND
LECTION
SEPTEMBER 25*
&/a
sC,
^M
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city ^n;

OP MIAMI
1980,
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Page 8 A
**/ North Shore Jewish Center sponsors High
Holiday youth services at Surt theatre.
Shown distributing Machzorim to teenage
worshippers is Jerome Gordon, education
director of the Center. Accepting High Holi-
day prayer books are ileft to right) Stuart
Fabric. Bob Rosenberg, Dave Rozen, Sue
Levine, Gary Friedman. Rulh Weinstein,
Robert Fabric and Roberta Sue Goldberg.
Services for Day of Atonement, Saturday,
Sept. 15, will be held at Biscayne elementary
school cafetorium by teenagers.
2^pmJ
f <&ftM;
%
mm****?"*
500 Teenagers 'Go to Movies' for Rosh Hashona Services
Five hundred .Jewi-h teenager:
and tweertagers vu'nt to the movies
on Rosh Hashona There .,- n i
double feature, no cartoon not
even popcorn The "movies" thi-
time consisted <>i the Ito-h H
youth services sponsored by the
North shore Jewish ("enter for the
youth of its Hebrew school and
the teenagers of the COmmui
Exemplifying community c
ation. the Surf Theatre ma
able its facilities to allow the North
Shore Jewish Center to ,pllT,,,r the
service With ;i special!) built Holy
Ark. pulpit and render- desk the
teenagers took over the High Hoh-
daj service, blowing the Shofar,
reading from the Torah, chin I
the familiar liohd.iv prayers and
tig specially prepared sermons
lor the occasion The entire service
w.i- conducted by the teenagers
who are affiliated with the Cen
ter's United Synagogue Youth
The same uroup will assemble in
the auditorium ol Bfscayne Elemen-
tal} School Saturday, where Yom
Kippur prayers will he recited
In order to emphasize that the
-chooi is not sponsoring the -,
ice the Center will pa) ;, "nominal
rental fee "
W Mayer Abramowitz, spirit-
ual leader ol the (enter, prepared
the teenagers lor these sen!<
rt Fabric officiated as iumor
rabbi while Mathev Zuckerbraun
Robert Holtzman and David :
nenbaum offici ited as junior can-
tors Robert Fabric Mew the Shofar
Herman Hohauser, a teenager
from Miami Beach High, summed
up the spirit ol these service-. (,ur
services captured not only the
spirit of the Holidays, but also
brought them down to our level
where we understood and
nized the importance of each of its
part- '
To All.. Greetings
"Smart Dresses Sold at Good Storo, Ev,ry*W
To All My friends and Acquaintances
On This Rosh Hashona May God
Grant Yoo and Yours long Life,
Health, Happiness, Peace and Success
Fans N. Cowart and Family
SHIRtLL FASHIONS
218 N.W. 25th Street
Miamj
Season's Greetings To All Our friends and Patrons
FOOD TOWN
formerly DUIANEYS
Fancy Fruits Vegetable! Frozen Foot's
Prim* Meats Fancy Groceries
PHONE JE 8-0351
411 W. 41 it Sfreet, Miami Beach
FREE DELIVERY
Greetings To Our Many friends
"SOON TO IE OPEN"
FLAMINGO HOTEL
0. C. "Tassajy" THOMPSON, Mar.
1500 Bay Rood Miami Bead., I
WESTEMX MEAT i O.. fJVC.
2122 N.W. 7th AVENUE
QJlMii home mm
G R E E T I N C $
MIAMI
titij.; IVSI lt\\< |
"""" inturen[t'0rnl'^ l"""1" "N,0N **m oi m
IANCF0RD BUILDING, MIAMI FR l.561S
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
A Happy New Year To All Our
friends end Potrens
KREBS STUDIO OF FURNITURE
AND ANTIQUES
321 N.I. 7fth STREET
Phone PL 4-4126
MT/|s
AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
PHONE FR f-1802
Greetings To Our Many Patrons and Frients
SOON IN OUt NEW HOME-MIAMI BRANCH
Fruehauf Trailer Co.
17301 N.W. 2nd Avenue PhoneNAl
KENNETH SMITH, Office Mgr.
Our Best Wishes To All Our frienii,
Patrons and Acquaintances
Shafer and Miller
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
1553 Sunsot Drive, South Miami Phone MO U
A VIKY HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
THE TALL GIRLS SHOP
AINSLEY BLDG.
SUITE 203
Phono FR 14)2*7
1
^JGUST BROS R>7
13 The flfSr'
si
Best Wishes for A Happy New Year To All
MERCURY MEDICAL CO.
1545 Alton Rd., Miomi Beach Ph tSMt
COAST TO COAST
ANTHONYS BARBER SHOP
2226 COLLINS AVENUE *** 5MOP
('"-rly SPORTSMAN) *"*""' ,UCM
TONY SASS0 and FAMILY
All Their Jewish friends A *ory Happy Hew Year
God Bless You All
H. L Robertson
PLUMBING, HEATINC mi GAS INSTALLATIONS
"Hfl COVeH GREATER AWAAW"
3148 S.W. 22nd Street mm
Phone HI 8-17*8
"IVI COVft GREATER MIAMI0 2
MIAMI, FIORIA J< ^
HARRY C SCHWEBW
AND ASSOCIATES UNO SURVEYOR
tsanasils Rafoi ftm* *"**
1 N.W. 2n AVENUE
PHONE PI M*4"


Lptember 14, 1956,
*Ja*UtncrlcUan
landing Citizen's Award- Will be Made Here Sept. 20
._ .._.., ii.it. he sent before SeDt 15 tn rtaH* *-** .._
Page 9 A
of
annual Dade county "Out-
[ Citizen's Award' will be
H Thursday rveninsf. Sept
tfrnnt Part auditorium,
led by Sholem lodge
Vih eigbl >l'ars aRO- '[*
now co-sponsored by
fcpeds Post of American
ha,!<> County Defense Coun-
_. Federation of Women's
Ejami Junior League. Elks.
Iwanis. ROA and all Great-
lodjoa of B'nai B'rith.
nard is civen here each
the outstanding man and
[r Dado county for civic, so-
Lice and community activ-
Vious recioients have in-
J. Jack Cleary. Jack Bell,
Uney Wrintrauh, Mrs. M.
al.' pr. Murray Saunders
I Riley Staats.
t:ng sponsor of the fune-
ho eishth consecutive year
jh M I.inton, president of
ftioral Saving! and Loan
Ir.fral chairman of the com-
I Sanford Swerdlin, Miami
I constituted orpaniza-
Iprrmittcd to nominate as
I nals as they feel are
lr( consideration for this
-.u rdlin expUrined Wed-
J'A letter explaining the
i r the nomination should
IV MANAGER FIRES
tS IN LONDON OFFICE
ptinued from Page 1 A
rmplnveo- were discharg-
bn posts in the puhlic reta-
in neh
hweitz came to London re-
to head the Hcliodor Rec-
Cc a subsidiary of the
pie Grammophon group.
i ri-patrh added that Buch-
I who has had only limited
ence in the recording in-
\, was sent to Britain by the
ns organization, which con-
leatsche Crammophon.
fHONE FR 4-2921
HN A. BAKER, Owwr
AKER'S
CARPET CLEANING CO.
|120 N.W. 25th St.
I MIAMI'S OtOf $r and LARGEST
(greetings from
II SUPER COLD Inc.
and
BY-TUTTLE. Inc.
SW. 1st STREET
None FR 3 7614
COMMERCIAL k
l>GIDAIRE PR0DUCT8

[HERITAGE...
ta*i| u~ if l?'5,orl and
Wiiu.,L wn,ch bil>d ui to
P^'Sd'^r "Memorial
^""btMin.1^ ,ll,y ,o/ur-
P*"**m! '" ma.eriaJ and
*****% "*'*>
I fc,,"',' C'"'"l Monooor
m MONUMENTS INC
41 SW- th St. *$.!
ph. HI 4-2018
be sent before Sept. 15 to Dade, Deadline for
County Outstanding Citiaen's | Monday. Sept. 17, SwerUlfr! ?ndicat
" unusual addition to this
Award, c/o Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Assn., 45 NE 1st ave.,
Miami."
Principal speaker at the Sept.
20 event will be noted satirist and
ed. An
year's program,
ne said, will be
musical numbers provided by a
grant from the trust fund of the
r^rniSLAnaCrt'.P^r a'*' Abner;recording industries and obtained
fame. Also participating will be ,k_..i. .
Sheriff Tom Kelly's Junior Depu-!throuRh the cP*rat""> f Local
ties under the leadership of War- 655, Arne"n, Federations of Mu-
vnM t" laa viflonc Fv ren C. Lee.
Participating members of the
committee for arrangements, in ad-
dition to Swerdlin. are Mrs. Lemly-
Godley; M. L. Clements, Dade Fed
.sicians. Frank Casciola, president.
A posthumous award, in recog-
nition of his activity as a pioneer
in the development of Miami Inter-
national Airport and Everglades
eral; Henry Hallam. Harvey Seeds1""10"" A,rpor, and Everglades
Post; Col. E. W. Liner, ROA: War-|p8riti Wl11 made ,0 the lte Rep.
C. Lee; and Stanley Caidin,' J- Mark Wilcox, United States Con-
ren
Sholem lodge.
gress.
(KiriNGS
MIVl WITH CAM USt SINCLAIR
VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES
370 N.E. 15th Stre.t Pho.e FR 4-9457 Miami, Florida
CROWN FENCE

3515 N.W. 51st STREET
greetings ro ali
ATLAS SHEET METAL WORKS, INC.
PHONE NE 4-3978
INDUSTRIAL
RESIDENTIAL
CHAIH UME WOOD CONCRETE
DOUBLE LOOT 4 DIAMOND LAWK WOE
ruiuhQ
MIAMI PL 7-4515
FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800
HOLLYWOOD 2-1752
Greetings
'WHERE TO GET THE*"

/
Season's Best Wishes To All
Sonken-Galambra Corp.
First in Extrusion Aluminum Billets
1890N.E. 142nd Street
North Miami, Florida
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
Marine Supplies Points and Varnishes Fishing Tackle
Nautical Charts Shipmate A Willis Bottled Gas

t
FREE PARKING and DELIVERY
139 S. Miami Avenue
Phone FR 1-6654
The Mei Yin Restaurant
Extends Holiday Greetings To All
SPECIALIZING IN CANTONESE DISHES
1660 Collins Avenue Phone JE 8-2166

To All. Holiday Greetings
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
REAL ESTATE
382 Miracle Milt, Coral Gables Ph. HI 3 5213
Greetings To Aff Ovr Patrons and Friends
Dave's Greyhound Supplies
19425 N.W. 37th Avenue
Phone NA1 3511

Our Best Wishes To All Our Friends, Patrons
and Acquaintances
SPECTOR and SONS
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
575 S.W. 22nd Avenue
Phone FR 9-1365
To All... Season's Best Wishes
JERRY ANNIS
YOUR COUNCILMAN CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI
KIAL 1ST ATI Mr All ITS UANCHtS
Best Wishes To Oar Many Friends and Acquaintances SuB$e# ^
SHELLEY TRACTOR &
EQUIPMENT CO.
Caterpillar
Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.
MIAMI KEY WEST
Ph. M0 6-0921

To All... Season's Greetings
Hoover Awning & Mfg. Co.
6921 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone PL 4-2667
Awnings Solariums Tarpaulins
Canopies Beach Cabanas Canvas Garages
Beoth and Garden Umbrellas lawn and Gordon Fornitnre
Canvas Paint Waterproofing
"We Mmk* Anything in Canvas"



+Jmnttk>ridltor
Friday,

THiLTON VMMKBMAN
Liberals Are Saddened by Sen. Lehman's Decision to Retire
H'
Washington
IERBERT H. Lehman I h
' onscience oi the Senate."
has made known he will not seek
another term.
His decision has elicited two re-
f lonses among liberals, They are
saddened to lose the courage and
power of the Senate's implacable
( lampion of civil rights and civil
rties. Rut they rejoice in
knowing that Lehman, at 78. will
asl enjoj some well desei ve I
Lehman brought fo public
. ffice the experience ol I busi-
nessman and the hear! oi a hu-
manitarian. A stanch Demor
he proved Immensely popular
with voters, four times gaining
governorship ol New York
SI te He was sent to the Sei
i \ a 1948 special election to till
ie seat of the late Robert F.
\ 'agner, who had redi jne I He
was reelected In 1950 to a full
term.
The pages of the Congressional
Record in recent years, were fill-
e I with blow-by-low accounts ol
hi- verbal battles in the cause "f
human welfare. Lehman spurns
the kind ol compromising that is
litional for 1110-1 older men.
i approach to legislation involv-
basic rights overrides any
1 siderations.
11 hman has stated quite frank-
] that "The tore.'- in 1 ongress
porting civil rights arc less
ous .itiil resolute today than
t ley have be< n in the past. This is
true among membt r
tj from North ol Mason-
Dixon line, as among members ol
the Republican part)
He i- Impatient with what he
. strong tendencj to
pui the tor another daj The banner must
be kept Inch." he has lid "and
the struggle relentlesslj pressed
The coal oi hum It) must
not be compromised "
The passion oi some ol his bat-
tles seems out ol Ith Leh-
man's otherwise quiet dignitj an 1
1 temper H< was one ol the
first to take the field against "Mi
Carthj ism He led the fight (or
fair immigration practices He
ii! relentlessly tor Israel,
ing such support clearlj consist-
ent with the national interest oi
the I nited Sti
'It 1- strangi," Li hman him-
sell has 11 mai ked to Julius 1
Edelstein, his young and willing
assistant, "but I reall) don't like
to get into fights 1 am peace lov-
and I lik.- to gel along with
everybod) But somehow 1 keep
into fights, one after an-
other.'
Lehman's willingness to tangle
with Mci arthj a rough-and-tum-
ble fighter whose bluster and
political acumen for l while
htened the Senate into meek-
ness were acts ol high political
integrity, coming as they did at
the peak ol McCarthy's popular-
ity. Many ol these were face-to-
battle-. Lehman 111"! Il
holding his own in the confroi
tions. In one such instance, Mc-
Carthy, during a violent speech
denounc-
, 1. imber ol government offi-
in nninT u. u it
Hcliywoodians in Distinguished Record
IJERE ..K -nine ol our Holly-
" woodians who have distin-
hed themselves since last
1 ,.-h Hashona:
Dore Si han n'< 1 ived In- 81-t
; ,rd during the year a hr"n7e
and silver medal given
h\ the National Conference
1 1 hri-tian- and Jews
Comedian Danny Kaye, recent-
a celebrated guest in Israel,
\ ..- the recipient oi the Human
at ions Award from the Joint
nse Appeal of the motion
1 lure industry fund raising com-
ol the AOL.
Louis 15 Mayer was named
' itizen of the Year'' by the
1 uardians of the Jewish Home
j ir the Aged,
Harry M. Warner who recently
resigned lrom the top -pot at
Warner Brother-, was honored In
in- Los Angele> chapter of Phi
1 mbda Kappa, national medical
fraternity) in recognition ol his
cervices to medical science.
Jack Benny was made honorary
c hairman of the National Assn.
tor Retarded hildren
Movie director Mervyn LeRoy
received the "Victoire" Trophy
following a national poll conduct-
ed by Film Francai-. leading
French English motion picture
journal
Tony Curtis, on the screen in
"Trapese." was named by the
George Washington (ar\er Memo-
rial Institute for it- second Award
of Merit given for outstanding
contribution to international
unity
Eddie Cantor received the Al
Jolson Memorial Medal from the
Veterans of Foreicn War- This
medal is presented annually to a
member of the theatrical prof< --
sum "whose activities in behall of
American Service Personnel ha-
not only distinguished the individ-
ual, but the entire profeion
Sinner Tony Martin received the
Humanitarian Award from the
1.0- Angeles chapter ol the Amer-
ican Medical (enter. Denver.
n \1t01 st r. nut \io\\ _
Cials a- Soviet -pic-, readme their
names from a document. Lehman
K( ognized that it vva- being read
out ol context He promptly chal-
McCarthj to read the
paper in ii- entirety.
words passed bark
;,,) forth 1 'he chamber un-
til McCarthy came up with a glib
otter to -how Lehman In- mate-
rial "at anv time Lehman
and held out lu-
hand Met erthj refused The ual-
lery, which hid solemnl) watched
the In p'av broke into VigOrOUl
IUSC lor Lehman
ii not her occasion, McCarthy
iaed l hman of 'Illegal a.....I
the ional mail Irani
privili |i lie objected ipeel
ficallj to the distribution of a
h which criticised severely
Mi< arthj and the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act With a
gratuitous reference to Lehman
a- one of the wealthiest men in
the Senate,'' McCarthy flung hint-
and allegations associating in- op*
nt with Communism
Sen Lehman ro-e and 'aid: "I
am jmmu to fight Mc('arthvi-m -o
long a- I have the -trench and I
am going to tight against the kind
oi immigration policy thai 1- -et
forth in the Immigration Act. and
1 -hall do so regardless Ol the Sen-
ator from Wisconsin."
For the next lew day-, the in-
coming mail at Lehman- office
-welled abnormally. There were
lett.r- v. t!, 1 ash, (beck-, even
I' ists 1 stamps. The letter writ-
er-, mistakenly believing that Me-
< arth) had blocked Lehman's
mailing privileges, were coming
to in- rescue
Herbert l.< hman 1- a New York-
er, born March 38. 1878. in Man-
haltan But the man who stands
a- the leader on civil rights is-
sues in the Senate can point, for
the benefit of his Southern col-
league-, to a Southern heritage of
hi- own. Hi- lather. Mavcr Leh-
man, an emigrant from C.ermany
in 1848, -ettled in Montgomery.
Alabama, to enter the cotton bus-
iness and become a respected
member of the community Dur-
ing the Civil War. at request o|
the Governor ol Alabama, he un-
dertook a mission of compassion
to ea-e the lot of Alabama -ol-
dier- hehl prisoners by the Yan-
kee-
Sportsmen Show More Sportsmanship
COME year- ago. the F.nglish-
Jewish jne devoted a good
deal of newspaper space to 1--
1 lei's international -ports pro-
; miand found it wanting.
One can remember when the
cer teams Israel sent to the
1 nited States were chosen on the
basis of "What political party
iocs the player belong to?" in-
stead of 'Who are our best play-
er-, regardless of party affilia-
tions?"
The results, when selection was
based on athletic ability only sec-
ondarily, were not unexpected. Is-
rael's teams were not of interna-
I onal caliberand Israel's status
M an international competitor
sufferedalong with Jews in the
various countries of the world
who watched the teams of Israel
take one beating after another.
Today, however, as Israel ma-
tures as a state, so is her athletic
Mature growing.
^mberjS
THE
;^Sfe
*Uii),
JOURNEY TO ISRAEL: A Pietori.l Guide
Z.ch.ry Server. With Foreword by the Ho t ***!
Keldin. 128 pp. New York: Monde
Th*W,|
xw.u.n. . Edition. $4.75; D. Lux. Art Edition, $1500.' Inc-
OMING OUT this Tuesday is Mondi
** "Who's Who in World Jewry
proximately 200 pictures gu
Publishers' (Dlltt.
Jewry photograph* ,our J*
uide the arn.-ha,r travel,-1
there is not the sound and smell of the land th'^"" "*'
has been captured again and again by some ti.p'no,'^'.*
"And ail is touched with beauty, the beautv of sky and ^
spaces, of bright waters, of the everlasting hill- "'write r1
of Marvland. who is also president of the America LraeT
End-paper maps and smaller sectional map-1 Eow*,L
allow the sight seer to remain oriented a- he "tours' ,k?'
while quotations from the Bible, Israeli poetry, and noted
Israelis often contribute a perspective in time which shi
fixed black-and-white image into the thousand fragment^
Here in the cobblestoned street- of Acre Richard the Un
knights ran with their swords bared; along thi- narrow d,L
street in Nazareth a young Jewish boy walked and dreamed^
live .lews whose ancestors suffered the destruction of UkTm
Beneath a view of Jerusalem from Mt Zion, looking out,
walls into the Jordan sector, is the ironic comment from Pah*!
"Behold, how good and how pleasant it 1- for hrethren told
gather in unity'" And between two picture- of a very old atZf
young immigrant arriving at Haifa is one of the m(lst poignati
in the Bible: ". And whence comest then what i- thy co
of what people art thou? and he said unto them: I am a I
(Jonah 1: 8.9)
One of the interesting things which the editors have ciwiJ
side by side the new and the aged aspects of I-rael. often 111
picture, as in the workmen drilling in King Solomon's copmi
or the telephone wires strung through the ancient town oT
once proudly owned by Cleopatra.

THE STUDENT'S GUIDE TO THE TALMUD. By Z. H. Chij*
lated from the Hebrew, Edited and Critically Annotated btJ
Shechter, M. A. 290 pp. Published in London by the E* |
West Library. Distributed in New York by Frtr, Stria]
Cud-hy, Inc. $7.00.
A brief word about Rabbi Zevi Hirsch Chaje's Student's!
** Through the Talmud." which, after standing a-"onei
landmarks jn Rabbinic scholarship." has now hem publishedicl
lor the first time since its appearance 1(K) w;irs ago, Rabbi J
Shachter, Rabbi of the Jewish community of Northern Ire
added explanatory notes for many of the text- quotat
biographical data on the Rabbi- and scholar- who are mentiostjl
Rabbi ("hajes. Of the author he writes 1 xpert explorers*!
vast sea id the Talmud that he was. he ha- greatly helped 1
to become familiar with the intricate character of the rules. 1
and canons of interpretations upon which the deduction of thtal
decisions rc-t-
This work, which deals with both the Haiarhah and the J
and Categories of the Oral Law, is designated mainly lor:
Fascinating as it is even to the non-scholar, it 1- set up in I
terms, rather than in the open philosophical sort of discu\sioa<
the peripatetic learner responds, and thus deserves more r
than the interested rather than the informed can bring to it
SAUL r tnso V
There is Much Penance to be Done at the United Nations
The finest example of this j.
the get of soccer game- plavi I
against the Russians, first in Mob
cow and then in Israel,
More than 80.000 per-,,,,, f:|i,.,|
the Dynamo Stadium in Mo.cow
to watch the powerful Rti-sian
team whip Israel 5-0. hut in spite
of the final score, the name ...
closer than the statistics indicate
Israel was so excited over the
match, that many of the new-spa
pers played it up very big. and
the Jerusalem Post published a
large picture and a long story on
Page One after the gameat a
time when the Suez crisis was
mounting and commended Is-
rael for her showing.
So did the Russians, who did
not expect such high quality play.
But when the return match was
played in Israel, then, and only
then, did the Russians realize how
much the Israelis had improved.
I'nited Nations
just AS you take the Shofar to blow it," said
our ancient Hebrew -ages, "renew your deeds
and do penance "
let the Shofar. then, sound loud and strong
through the chambers of the I'nited Nations
And through the chancelleries and the halls of
UM foreign ministries and in the oak panelled
rooms ol the Departments of State-let the ra
horn he blown For there is much of
l.e dune.
In Israel too, sound the Shofar Blow the alarm.
Let the rtaccato blasts roll from the hills of Judea
""' Ibey may he heard throughout the world.
t-r penance i- due. Here, at the I'nited Nations,
need 1- fell keenly
m s
penance to
l\.
' Iwael .-being sacrificed on the
;';"'"" i'"'"-cs here. a. well as in the capi-
tals oi the ma ior member states
Tn,r? intimate connection, in Jewish tra.
'''-' '-'-'.'.nhe Shida, and sacrifice The L of
JONATHAN SHIUHI
the horn of a ram was said, by some ol.our 1
to be connected with the fact that Father akw-
after he had been willing to sacrifice "'5J""7
in response to the Lord's demand, sacnfitt
instead.
And like that ram. Israel II being sacrift
and over again.
Israel has many "friends" here-but fe*W
When the Arab voices are raised in "*"',
soft tones of the Sovieteer- speak of "*'
for the Arab viewpoint-few here dare oppo*
combination.
They go to London and speak aboutt exp
lion of the Suez Canal by a minor Hitter
get that the Security Council Kselt nan
away back in 1951. in answer to an 1 r.
plaint, that Egypt- had been ordered to mm
canal open to everybody's shipping- .
So veil your countenance. Oh Nations, sd
the Shofar to your lips, and blow.
Israel Deciding Thorny Diet Question in Favor of
SHOULD OBSERVANT !, Jerusalem
servant 1 Ws Prevent non-ob-
servant Jews from eating pork'
'n reality, ,-rae. is deciding the question in f.vo,
of the religious Jews. The Kn^ f?&H
eluded the first reading of the y*Vjl|if-1,J
Law (Special Authorization) which 9^M
ual cities, towns and districts to ew ^
m line with their views. Undoubted- w
pass its second snd third readings in
when that body reconvenes thu W*.
Passing by-laws will become a nutter ^
dickering. For in no city or town are
Jews in the msjority. Therefore reUg*j ^
when they are members of coalition^ ^
make "deals" with other political paruw
passage of the bylaw.



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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl..,t
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under th- fictliloui name of
PEER BARREL BAR, Ml 1400 N W
I7ih AH'.. Miami, Fla.. Intend! t" re*
Inter said MUIM with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of ii i:i.\i.ys i.acrik (Role Own< i ,
KESSLER K CARS, Attorney!
n Weal ITagil r Si
At tome)i foi Applicant
9/14-21-M 1"
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO AM. T'> WHOM THESE I'RES-
K'NTS SIIAI.I. COMB, GREETINOS:
Whereas.
I.i,IIS HEIMAN
MIAMI. F'lj.RlPA
MAK'SAItKT fiol.DSTEIN
MIAMI. FI/.RIDA
MARIE R. KAZMAIEK.
MIAMI. F'MiRIDA
did on Ihe lth day of July. A.I). 1,
ciiun- to he Incorporated under the
provisions of the general corporation
law of the State of Florida: Hl'R-
OINDY RESTAURANT AM. BAR.
INC., a corporation, will. Its principal
place of business nt Miami Reach,
Dade County. In the State of Florida,
and whereaa the proper officer! of
such corporatloa .lid on the tth day
of September, All 19.".. cauae to be
filed in the office of the aecretar) ..f
Slate of the State of Florida, a duly
authenticated resolution adopted by
the stockholders under th.- provision*
of raid Chapter MS, Florida Statutea,
showing the dissolution f such oor-
p .ration.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify t,. the fore-
RolnR ami that lie la satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with.
IN' WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
here,into s,-t mi hand and have
afflx.il the Oreal Seal of the state
of Florida, at Tallahaaae. the
Capital, this the fourth ,lav of
September, ad II
l: a OKAY, Secretary of state
S/M/3S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that.
the undersigned, dl all Inn to engage In I
bualneai und< ,- the flc-tfi nui m........I
M iRMANDY SCI......,. al 1031 Blar-
i in I 'I h Miai ii li. .1, h, I"...i Ida, In-
tends to i.e.'. id name ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County. Flood.,
l.Ko HL'BERMAN, Sole Owner
7-H-J1-I8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undet tinned. ,|.-siting t.. ntUl in
;.;'!'..-; ,"'."' V.... pctltlou, name or
'.\i-iian CHEMICAL COMPANY
(not Inc.). at iv Northweil 7th Street,
Ml...ni. II:, |,,t.mis to mister said
'.""" "J"' he Clerk of the
I ourt of iia.ie County, Florida
KOtTNBR f MANN"fVE.RMAERN,DBR
Aitornevs for Clara Snider
* ;H '.'/7-14-2I
,M tmJ'oL^BV PUBLICATION
L, J.ZZ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLOB.Fr>NTH.i.UD,ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No I937M
HERBBRT MILLER, Hal.,7,if. 3 M
BAR ; MILLER, Defendant.
rOi BARA MILLER
4M Kast |Sth St
Brooklyn, n.y.
You are required t aerve copy of
Pour answer to the BUI of Complain!
ror Divorce 00 the plslntlffs attorney,
and to file the orltlnal anawer in the
office of the Cterk ..f the Ctreult Court
'" "r before the 1.1th da) of October
AD. l,h otherwise, the Hill ,,r Com
piamt for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will he taken :,s confess,-.I by
you.
Dated in Miami, Florida, this the
7th day of September, I9M
E. 1!. I.EATIIEUMAV.
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Hade County. Florida
Bys JOAN .1,1 RNoYC.It,
'Circuit Court Heal) Deputy clerk
Name and Address ,,f
I'lnintlf/H Solicitor:
MILTON A ERIEUMAN
I0M Seyhold riiilldliiR. Miami, Ha.
VI1-21-28 In ".
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY (JIVEN that
the undersign. I, deatiina to insaae in
bualneai under the fUtltloiis name of
NORMANDY MCSIC AND ART
'' Ml', at 1021 Rlarrlti Drive, Mil.....
I loil.la. Intends to realater
aid name with the'Clerk of the cir-
cuit .'..in t of i iade i 'ountj, Floi Ma
LEO Hl'BERMAN, Sole Ownei
I 7-14-21-tl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND OR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3S638
In It. ESTATE IF
ll.\l:i:\ ItlTTNEIt. H.....,-..1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All I'ernona llav-
i.iKs Clalmi or I .iilands Akaln.-t S.n.l
Batata
You. and enih of you. are hereby
notified and required to pioaant any
clalmi and denlands which you. or
eltfier of v.,n, may have nualnst the
estate of IIARKY RITTNER, deceaa.d
late of Miami Itea.-i,. [i.id,. Countv.
Florida, to the Hon. FRANK B.
DOWIjINO, Counlv .ludHe of Hade
County, an.l file the name in hla of-
fice in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within elRht calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of II,c claimant and to be sw'om to
.and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. Sec Section ISO of the
lim Probate Act.
Date AiiKUst 2.1. AD 19.16.
LILLIAN RITTNER.
As Executrix of the Ixist Will and
Testament of
HARRY RITTNER, Deceaaed
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Executrix
K/31 9/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the un.lcisivned. deelrliu t.< ei)4PMf< In
huslneai under the flctftloui na
DALE FTIRNITI'RE EXCHANGE, al
tW] N W 27th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to reffleter said name with
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County. Flo, Ida.
ROBERT WASP1.KR
Ifl.lt s WEBB, Sole Ownera
l/ll F/7-14-21
CTRICI AN
KM by Moster Electrician
County. Bill DIAMOND
II Evenings UN 6-5474.
p Ski r-Mr1 ann
Dr. Tibor H. Stern
Pshinglon Ave., M. B.
JE 8-2205 JEM 969
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undersltcned. desiring to enKAjte In
I bualneaa tinder the fictitious name of
Si'llAF'ER'H l.lyil'lt STORE, at !09
NE T'.th Street. Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida
JACK R. SCHAF'ER
MARY a 8CHAFER, Sole Owners
KESSLBR (1ARS
Attorney! for Applicanta
1781 W. Flaaler M
8/J1 9/7-U-tl__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslKtied. desiring to ni-n. In
business under the fictitious name of
0'fertng
only
THE VERY BEST"
I SANITARIUM
1 FACILITIES
**"oy B. Pinkt
Managing
n -tor
h
,E*LTM RESORT
F LEAK?
reP"ir it or apply
ne- For fro*
f,e phone:
ACME
SUPPLY
CO.
FR 9-5274
FR 3-6996
BRENTWOOH AI'AIITMKNTS, at
TD40 7!i", AhlM.it Avenue. Miami
Reach. Florida, Intend to reclatei said
name with the clerk of the Clroult
Court of I Mil-- County, Florida.
SAM A F'EI.I-MAN
PEARL FELDMAN
MARK BTLVER8TEIN, Attorney
42n Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Fla.
8/-11 9/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCIWY. No. 193M3
CLARENCE LOXO, I'lalntiff
vs.
JI'LIA MAE I. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T'i. Ill,IA MAE I.ONH
Water street
Troy. \l;il<
TO!' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .i Hill of i ouiplalnt for Dlvo
has been filed niraliiat you, and you
are hereby required to eerve oopi ol
your anawer *>i otherwiae plead to the
Rill of Complaint for t.lvorce on Ihe
for the plaint Iff, A A Rl IN M
KANNRR, 2J8 Bhnreland Building, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the orijrl
Burn answer ... pleading In th. off
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
.hi.I for Dade County, Florida, al Mi-
ami. Florida, on or before the 8th
day of October, 1 ",
If you fnl to fault will be taken acalnal you for
ihe relief demanded in the Rill of
Complaint for Divorce
I>ATEt> at Miami, Flo, ida this Jnth
day of July, liM.
R B LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
I lade I'lmnii. Plortoa
r.v ii .i ki:rn.
I >. ;.in v Clerk
\ VRON M K VNNER. Esq.
Attorna) for the i'lalntiff
tn Shoreland Rldg.
Miami, Florida
9/7-14-21-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. S8164
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Afalnat Said
Estate.
You, and each of you are hereby
notified ami required to preeent any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ROSA RIO NAJERa, deceaa-
ed late of iia.ie County, Florida, to the
j Honorable County Judgea of Dadi
'County, ami file the aame In their
offi. s ill Ihe Co,inly Com th.
| Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
i fir.-t publication hereof. Bald clalmi
or demanda t.. contain the legal ad-
| dress of the claimant and to I"
, to and presented sa aforesaid, ... van,.
\.:ll be haired. See Section >:;j.lii of
the I84S Probate Act
Date August n, A.D. I9M.
MODESTO A NAJERA,
As i:\e, ;i|,,r of the Last Will and
Testament of
ROSARIO NAJERA, I......ased
A C, LOWBRY
Attorney for Modesto A. N
:-. N W ski i :
Miami 17, Florida
8/31 8/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undet signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADMIRAL 1'lillT SHIPPERS, it
18100 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to regletet said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I.ude < 'on,it v. l-'lo, i,la.
EI.ORIKX SOUVENIR
PRODl'CTH CORP.
(A Floi Ida Corp.)
8/31 I 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualnesa under the fictitious name of
AMAZON V'ENTCRBB, at Box #1081,
Miami 7. Florida, Intend to i.
sa i.i nan., with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of iiiide County, Florida.
ItlciiARH WF:LDY, Partner
i.oris TROOP, Partner
ARTHUR SWBRpLOFF, Partner
8/11 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
r;t I.F-STKEAM REALTY, at 582 NE.
77th Street. Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
ERNEST W. LIEOTKE, Sole Owner
A C, l.oWERY
Attorney for Applicant
8/24-31 9-7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
REIJABLE RESERVATIONS AND
TOCRS. at 1137 Fifth Street, Miami
Beach, Florida, lnt.-n.is t.. register
Mid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dsde County, Florida,
BESSIE BACH MAN
MEi.viv i rich MM'. Attorney
Itl i.ii.....in Rd .Miami Beach, F'la-
1/14-31 1-7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1935*0
BEVERLY Ml'RPHY, Plaintiff
vs
RICHARD P, Mlltl'IIV. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD P. MIHI'IIY
Mlnnetnnka Road
Severn, Ma r\ land
YOTJ ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copv of >..,,, answer to the
Mill of Complaint in the above cause
for divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney!,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the sth day of October, IH*.
Otherwise said Hill Of Complaint will
he taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 80th day >.r August, !>.
E it LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk "f Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
B) Ji hn COI'RNOYER
Denim Clerk
MYEltS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ISO Seyhold Building, Miami 32, Fla.
9.7-M-.M M
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 3474C-A
RE: ESTATE OF"
HORACE O. RICHHE1MER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
led mil final report and petition
for Final Dischsrge as executors of
the estate of HOHACE O. P.I. II-
II KIM Ell. deceased, and that on the
24th day of September, IMC, we m
apply to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as executors of the estate of
HORACE o. kiciiiif:imf:r. de<
This 22nd day of August. ItSI
ItOllEltT C. RICHMEIMEP.
II RICHARD RICHHBIMER. and
CHARLES W BTIEFEL JR.
liy CHARLES W STIEF'l-i. JR..
As executors of the Ijtst Will and
Testament of Horace Q. Rich-
helmr, doee-ased.
Myers, Helrnan K- Kaplan
Attorney! for Bxacutora
8,24-31 9/7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tip- utid. i.- .. I deelrlng to en|
b'ulnei- i. .......f
KINO BAKE SHOP A DELICATES-
SEN, ai is"', s W 8th Btreel 181
S.W Ith Street, "! Weal Flagler,
:'.ii|v N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Florida,
In,el,.Is to i ...... with
' m nit en: t of i iade
Counfv Fiorlds
MILTON PIKAR8KY (Sole own.:)
EI'flENE HEIMAN
\ i rnei foi knnllcant
SMI Seybold Building
v L'i-:u :> 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the un.i. -i.i desiring to engage In
business under th< I til ua name of
PLASTIC LAMPSHADES, al 18
Northweil 7th Street, Miami. Fla.,
I Intends to reglatei aald aame wiiiith.-
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
Co mi). Florida.
I CLARA SNIDER
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Altornevs for Clam Snider
8/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the umh-rsig'licd. desiring to en:
business' iin.l.-r the fictitious name of
MIAMI JEWELRY EXCHANOE. nt
711 Dad,. Commonwealth Building. Mi-
ami. Florida, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Coint of Dade Countv, Florida
Mui: si.ovis
OBOROE ciieheN
Attornev for M..e Slovla
07 oh n,pia Building. Miami It, 111
I 7-18-23-30_______ _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
II.astic ORAVK MARKER CO. mot
Inc.). at 18 Northwest 7th Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
CLARA SNIDER
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneva for Clara Snider
8/81 8/7-14-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
ollclta four keqal not!
W appreciate) yonr
patronage and qunninW
accuratdi sgrrlc* at UgaJ
ratag .
Phone FR 4-4366
iar m*gDOwr ggrrlc*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORI-
DA. IN CHANCERY No. 193642
I.ETA WOJCIK, Plaintiff.
JOHN .1 WOJCIK, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To- JOHN .1 WOJCIK
i |8j \\ i, te Plain! Road
Bronx, N v. ..,.,.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai mil of Complaint f..r Divorce
has been filed agalnsl you, and you
a,e hereb) required to serve oopj oj
your Answer p, the Rill of Complaint
on the I'lannrr- attotn.-v, Stanley D.
Cal.lln 107 Blscayne Building. .Miami
Honda, and Rle the original Answer
ill tl.....Ri,C of theCI-.k of ',",."."
Court on or before October :>. Itsj, in
default of which the Pill of omplaint
||l he taken as conf-ssed against you
DATED, September I, l>j.
circcit cot f r
Oa.le "OUnt) F'lol Ida
Bv II IAN c lt.\oYi:i'.
11.| St) Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is Hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ^i-i me of
rf:ttf:r bcsinehs pitoMO'noN.
ai l"i| N W. Ith Str.ct. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _____.
HARol.D MARTIN
RICHARD i: OBRSTBIN
Attornev for Harold Martin
8/17-24-31 VI_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF'.UEKY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 32362
RE: ESTATE I IF
LAWRENCE JONES. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is h.r.by given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
I.-state f LAWRENCE JONF3S. de-
. .1 and that on the nth day of
I Sept 1958, will apply to the Honor-
able \V. F. HI.a.nton. countv Judge
of Dade Countv. Florida, foi approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the estate of
LAWRENCE J< INE8, dei
This tpth dav of August. ISM
LiLi.iE MAE Jones. Executrix
STANLEY D CAIDIN
Attornev for Executrix
si,7 Blscayne Bldg., Miami. Fla.
1. :'i-::i !> 7-11
Court of bade Countv, M.....la
Joseph kiikkktz
RoBF'.RT MANN. Sole owners
KESSLBR .< OARS
Attorn, vs for Applicants
Flagler str. |
S X4-S1 I 7-11
| 7-11 -I -'*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OJVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engsge In
business under the gotltlous ""'
NORMANDY PRE PA ATO K.
sclUKil. al I0J Btarrltl Dine. Mi-
ami iieach. Florida. Intend; to mfr
"er -aid nan., with the Cterk Ol 'he
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. H.....la
i'bo HL'BERMAN. Sole owner
9 7-14-21-18______________________________
NOTICa UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEItWHY lilVF.S thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busines! under the notltloua name Of
PKANCES HOTEL L"l NOE Si -
\ | -ill Street. Miami. '"* ''J
register said name with the >"''.'
the Circuit Conn of Pol- OOAWty,
\\:t'ho\'Y C MKNOTTI, Sole Owner
KESSI.EK & OARS
,ttorn4-a for Anthony C. Men.Ktl
172 W Flagler si
i/H-ii-n i" i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WBOO BALES. t 3608 NE Miami
Court, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit '".....l of Dade Countv. Florida.
IHVINi; WEJSMA.N. Sole Owner
8/31 9/7-14-21
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is herei.v given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting be-
tween us, the undersigned, JOHN
BLACK and LAWRENCE P. PI'CK-
l-ri'T. JR., heretofore carrying on bosl-
PAN AMERICAN HPSINESS
OPPORTCNITIE8, 1171 N.W. 2nd
Avenue. Miami, Fla has be.n di-
s.,lv. -.1 by mutual ensent from and
aft.r the 11th day of August.
All debts due. ..wing ami payable
by the said late firm will l* assumed
mil paid for l.v the remaining partner,
JollN BLACK Who will continue to
on the said business nude, the
former nan.....f PAN AMERICAN
Bl'SINFSS IPPI IRTI NITIE8.
JOHV PI. lllv" an I
LAWRENCE P. PUCKETT, JR.
BARNBTT pil.i'/.
ii. v foi F i 'n
I7J9 s W Ith st
Dnied this ith Say of August. ISM,
8 24-11 9 7-11 _______^^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MERCERY WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE, at 1311 N.E. 2nd Avenue.
I Miami. Florida, intends to register
'said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
I SIDNEY ROSENBERG, Sole owner
9,7-14
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Friday,
V.
THE FIRST TWO
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Merhants Green Stamp
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IN CORAL GABLES IN MIAMI BEACH
468 Biltmore Way 745-41st Street
HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., HOURS:
9:30 to 5:30; Fri. 9:30 to 9:00 in the evening Mon. thru Sot., 9:30 to 5:30
See the FREE GIFTS, you'll decide to save more Merchants Green Stamps!
You'll find at your favorite FOOD FAIR:
., FIL, SAT., SIPT. 13, 14,15
24
6 oz.
Bottle
Case
With your S5 order or more. Without, regular price.
COCA-COLA
plus deposit
U.S. CHOICE & GOOD MINNESOTA
MILK-FED
VEAL
RUMP OR LEG ROAST
49c
JEWEL
SHORTENING
EXTRA FANCY
FREESTONE
PLUMS
2 2 9
c
COUNTY FAIR
ICE CREAM
We reserve the right to limit
PINTS
C
quantities.


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A plant in whose base 25 silver dollars reposed
was presented to Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Waoelmuth tnis week as they ce'ebrated their 25th
wedding anniversary with dinner at the Algiers. .
Helping to mark the occasion were the Joseph R.
Ltvlntont and Mrs. Goldle Triton, of Hollywood. .
Also at the dinner party were Mrs. Mao Goldman,
id Mrs. William Cahan, 2471 SW 19th ter-------
asting in their presence, and with eyes mainly for each
ere Miss Naomi Ltvinson and fiance Arthur Wagolmuth,
brants' sn-
Bsrtelit's changed from the recent Bargtoilhas re-
Cambridge, where he's entering Harvard law school. .
"future barrister completed Harvard College magna cum
Jras elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received the Jamos
[Bennett prize for 1955-58. .
[was the best thesis on our country's domestic and foreign
IThe title ol Stan's opus: "Congress and the Executive."
i the son of Lensman and Mrs. Ralph Bartol (Bargtoil).
>,>>
to Dr. ind Mrs. Donald E. Kobhty, 5225 LaGorce dr., a
fday morning at Mt. Sinai hospital. .
Wm will be home in a few days to join his two and a
r.old sister. Keren. .
ay's proud mother is Mrs. Miriam Kobloy, 3929 Medidian
esident of Temple Israel Sisterhood.
jakine of anniversaries. A pair of couples celebrating
nd were feted at the Algiers several days ago by Mr. and
Miron of Miami Beach. .
tsts o( honor were S. Shore dr.'s Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levine
Shore dr.'s Harry Ltvins. .
v, that- nn typographical errorall good coincidence.
ines and Levins of S. Shore dr. also have the same address
ifor one digit50 and 150. .
jjdentally. lovely Jacqueline Levine attended the dinner
parents. .
I lendered by Brooklyn's Mr. and Mus. Martin Funk for the
Fritdjons, of Coral Gables, who marked their 23rd anniver-
jllit nd Sonny Greenbaum, also Gable itcs, were among the
(wishing "many more."
former Irtne Kestenbaum and her new husband, Ellis
j are back from their honeymoon following their Aug. 14
\g here. .
Rubins' new address is 2431 SW 27th st. but site of a
on in their honor Saturday evening will be the Colony
ant.
pnbers of the Gruber family. 1720 Bay dr., have been in
cess of returning and leaving for parta hither and yon
1 the pa-t few days. .
krbtrt Grubr returned from a trip to Mexico City, Acapulco
pvana. accompanied by his long-time friend. Roger Israel. .
I Sidney Gruber departed for Gotham Town with son Daniel
[on a rlotli.- shopping spree prior to Dan's entrance into
I freshman class. .
bt to be oatdone, Mrs. Gruber and Sandra Joy checked into
blonial Inn for two weeks.
was reported in this column recently. Polly and Baron do
Msytr passed up their annual trip abroad to mark their
redding anniversary In Las Vegas, where they were married. .
pen. off the Star bland couple went to Los Angeles and
herly-Hilton Rochester, Minn., is the next stop for Polly
iron, where he'll visit Mayo for a one-day check. They're
pd luck al the end of September.
><
mer Philadelphia!!! Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dubrow are a
,r"1' "" fierce i two so far as Miami Beach is concerned...
ol their ecstatic descriptions of the city, they have
pel their long-time friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Schrenk,
TinewiMid. Pa to come down for a year and lease a home on
'" Point. .
I it the end of that time, the Schranks are convinced Miami
[Mall they have been led to anticipate, they'll become perma-
fe-idcni. .
Mentalh. (h Dubrows' recent dinner at the Eden Roc
m many notables, principally Gotham Town's Milton Merkin
Lillian Roth's brother-in-law and Jack Block, as well as
F V. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smolin.
I >
Pji br Europe Sept. io on the S.S. Independence will be Mr.
km pi.r*y Mever< wh have been in Chicago and at their
IZ I Wl8" since ,eavin8 here. .
Li *?e,,n8 "broad, the Meyers will visit Italv, France.
p"l and Spain, re
tr.
turning to our shores at the beginning of
la Re^h "' 'hp B*ron Hir,eh Mayors, they bumped smack
^ wen-tte, traveling South, while they were on their way
ne'hlr"'!.??ek,r' 1524 Meridian ve.. had been in Gary, Ind.,
JL i cll"dren. She also spent some time with niece Mrs.
wwaw, 8.15 Fairway dr., at her summer cottage. Valhalla.
Lake, in Karabco, Wis.
^'reverl'r ^"^ M*yor Sh*rd Brod and Mrf- B have
krd\r.*d* Bp"nl ,he summ*r their Broadview dr. home.
W .. Ul thi" tney off for a month's tour of New
"''dentally, daughter Ann is teaching school this year.
N'ote '>
Wurnedn|,hhCuff Dep't" ''" Vomih. local musician.
Ns and Saxon Man<>r apartment following a visit with
M*r recent '" the North and EMi F"11* recovered
. Of 6490 DCye surery is **rs. Goldie Edelstoin. The Morton
of thi lnn', "* dr cir "^ toir vacation delayed by the
">eir Colonial Inn.
oman s
"World
itdbrMviyb-BlioiciidPiauo
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 14. 1956
Section B
Justly proud of new constitution and by-laws ratified by Per-
fect Circle, of Temple Emanu-El, are president Leon Sirkin and
wife Sally. Club comprises young married couples. Next
event is a dinner dance at Seville hotel Saturday night, Sept.
29. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Neilan Sweet, Mrs.
Rocky Pomerance and Mrs. Paul Jacobs.
Jerome B. Gordon, executive and educational director of
North Shore Jewish Center, and Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz. mem-
ber of the faculty, assist Eileen Karlson and Mark Nankin with
refreshments at religious school daily nursery and kinder-
garten reunion party held recently at the Center.
National Magazine
Of the Home for
Look magazine will feature in its
Sept. 18 issue a story on the Jew-
ish National Home for Asthmatic
Children at Denver, which is aided
in its work in Miami by four local
chapters, it was announced by Mrs.
Harold Solomon, president of the
Miami Council of President-.
JNHAC.
The National Home, a free, na-
tionwide and non-sectarian institu-
tion, is a "local child rescttf re-
source" since the Home's facilities
are open to all severely asthmatic
children from the Greater Miami
area. ,
The National Home provides free
treatment for all children between
the ages of 3 and 16 who suffer
from chronic intractable asthma.
Mrs. Solomon said that latest esU-
Lorber Chapter
Initiates Season
Lorber chapter of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren held its first luncheon meet-
ing of the 1956-57 year on Tues-
day at the Ocean Ranch motel.
Mrs. Herbert Wilensky, presi-
dent, presented a report on the re-
cent convention of the national or-
ganization held in Denver.
Mrs, Elyse Gladstone, oi uioset
Fantasy, Coral Gables, was guest
speaker. Mrs. Gladstone was first
president of the group when it was
founded eight years ago.
to Feature Work
Asthmatic Children
mates disclose over 2Vi million
children suffer from asthma, and
10 percent of this figure can be
classified as "chronic intractable
;ithmatics."
The local chapters, with a mem-
bership of more than 500. are de-
voted to a year-round effort in
helping to support the treatment
and research program of the Den-
ver asthmatic home for children.
They are the Greater Miami chap-
ter. Mrs. David Kames. president;
I-orber chapter, Mrs. Herbert
Wilensky, president; North Dade
chapter, Mrs. Samuel Baumel,
president; and Peshkin chapter,
Mrs. Maurice Parker, president.
Currently there are 13 Florida chil-
dren, nine from the Miami area,
Continued on Page 6B
Bay Harbor Seeks
Auxiliary to Jewish
Home for the Aged
Plans are currently in the offing
for the permanent organizing of a
Bay Harbor Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Proscctive members of the group
met recently on the grounds of the
Home as guests at a luncheon ad-
dressed by Mrs. Sol Silverman,
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary
president, and Mrs. David Phillips,
vice president.
Also guests at the luncheon were
Abe Kurman. Home president;
Maurice Pearlstein, executive di-
rector, and Arthur Kalish, staff
member.
The new auxiliary is being spear-
headed by Mrs. Larry Silverman.
Guests included Mrs. Albert Le-
vine, Mrs. Sig Reiser, Mrs. Lloyd
Jay and Mrs. George Green.
The group joins the Hollywood.
Fla.. Women's Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged as
"border area" organizations affil-
iate with the Home. The Hollywood
Auxiliary, Mrs. Stanley Beckerman,
president, will have its charter
meeting later in the fall.
Membership Week
Drive Mapped for
Unaffiliated Ladies
The week of Sept. 30 Oct. 6 has
been desicnated as Membership
Week for the 13 B'nai B'rith chap-
ters of South Florida now prepar-
ing for an intensive district-wide
membership canvass.
As part of the District No. 5 per-
son-to-person camnaicn, officially
scheduled to start Sept. 30, the
South Florida area chairman Mrs.
Frank Smulson has mapped out an
intensive drive for 500 new mem-
bers in this city. Mrs. Gerald Soltz.
second vice president of the dis-
trict, who is membership chairman
has called for the cooperation of all
B'nai B'rith women to organize a
number of membership teams for a
door-to-door mobilization.
The local campaign will start
with each of the membership chair-
men of the 13 chapters having a
breakfast in her home, at which
time volunteers will be given their
designated areas to canvass, and to
which they will return with their
results as soon as they have com-
pleted their area.
Prizes will be given to all women
who obtain ten or more new mem-
bers. There are several other
awards which will also be given.
This day will be known as B'nai
B'rith Membership Day.
Mrs. Smulson claims that some
30.000 Women in South Florida are
prospective members "and it is up
to the women of B'nai B'rith to join
forces and go out and get them to
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*Jm 1st fhrktton
Frida
y.
'.'i'-i
l ... dried muafctooni
1 mfaiMd onion
1 diced CWTOl
i parsnip
11 cup nrtnoti
Boil tli" meal and several lK>nrs
in water : with "no tea-
gpoon sail 1 hour Add washed
dried lim;i beans; dried mushroom
and (nek another how Add nine
diord carrot, parsnip
anil barley. Cook until barley in
i and serve

Baktd Chicken
1 9 lb. chicken
l cup bread crumb*
l teaspoon saM
l"">n popper
a i
(lean and disjoint the chicken
carefully. Boil uith enough salted
water
Low desired in the way of enjoyment. From the B. Manischewitz
Company comes this array, including a Borscht-Buttermilk
Shake and a Fishlet Chef's Salad. For your free copy of a
recipe booklet published by Manischewitz containing direc-
Ofl on how to prepare these and other specialties, write to
The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Fla.
HELPFUL HINT FOR PRE-FAST
The Final Heal Bef
Should Aim to
Sy REGINA FRISCHWASSER
be H 0j .
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IS with fish Try
pee1al recipe, aton
directions! ushroom an I barley
and baked chicken
ENTREE
Gofilte Fish
2 lb winter carp
2 lb yellow pike
1 lb. white fish
6 onions
1 -tale roll
2 teaspoons saM
2 well-heatep I
l teaspoon sugar
ips water
< lean and fillet the ti-h. &
MARRIAGE CUSTOMS
AND TRADITIONS
ore Your Fast
Fortify the Family

I chop
-I) with ons, l
: wati r and
:
d sugar i h ip
'he I j to the ( hop-
the fish
heads and .'* sliced onions m a
I an Poor In water and bring
-"n with 1 len-
to i boil With moistened hand
-alt Place the fish halls
into the pan, cover and cook 1*4
hours Add sliced carrots and cook
43 minutes longer Then remove
the fish to I platter Boil the tish
gravy down until 2 cups are left.
strain and pour into f;sh boat
to he served with the ti^h.
Mushroom and EUrloy Soup
2 lb. neck meat
2 qts. water
i teaspoons sail
1 cup dried lima beans

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feminine fair: V^Jn the [h Hadassah Chapter Eyes Official 'Membership Week'
membership room of the Fontainehleau hotel.
Beach chap-; Mrs. Milton
officers and
0 I,,,,. | : Mini
ah. is preparing a
"unusual events for "Ha-
Membership Week" which
Powell has proclaim-
[Sept 80 to Oct. 7
ftami Beach Hadassah
nil stress membership at
Ling* on Monday, Sept.
Hyman Lake, .lack Tobin, vice
Sirkin will install president.; Idilh Yadwin, finan-
board members, and eial Becretary; Bernard Firestone,
Rahbl Mayer Ahramowitz. spiritual membership secretary Ben Mar-
leader of North Shore Jewish On- goles, recording secretary Irvine
ter, will install-Mrs. Fred Jonas Fierston. treasurer; Sam' Malow
as president. corresponding secretary; and Ruth
Mrs. Jonas is a past president of Schumann, social secretary
the North Shore Jewish Center Sis- Board members are the Mes-
terhood and a past president of dames Milton Circle. Karl Coplon
the Henrietta S/.old group of Ha- Harvey Goodman, Robert Goodman!
dassah. She has served as vice Simon Gerber, Arnold Gottfried'
A SZOLD president of the women's auxiliary Sam Jacobson, Herman Kooperman",
arold Melnick, chairman:of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Harold Loen, Hony Lewis, Larry
nounces that there treasurer of Women's Auxiliary of I.ipkin. Micky Michaels Joseph Se
a' dessert coffee held
at noon, at the Seville
vkn based on membership | Also to be installed are the Mes- schauer. Ann Walkoff and Edward
ill,,! 1 as Easy as Pie." dames Harry Pearl. Herman Kasha. Weithorn.
presented. Mrs. Louis Bid-
ill In' speaker of the day.
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This group of Hadassah will hold
its installation brunch at the Al-
giers hotel on Monday, Sept 17.
11:30 a.m. Installing officer will
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on Mt. Sinai hospital and on the board dell, Larry Silverman, Isaac Sapir-I
/ille of governors of Federation. stein, Herman Ticktin, Alex War-
fcbring-a-member is the
pi the day, Sept. 17, when
Jership luncheon will be
[the home of Mrs. Ed Lass-
,JN. Bay rd at noon. Mrs.
Land> is president of the
ild its first
B'nai B'rith Ladies Map New Season
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of of that chapter for Tuesday. Sept.
B'nai B'rith Women held its first sity of Miami campus. Nat Perl-
business meeting of the fall season 17. at Hillel House on the Univer-
Wednesday night at the Alcazar mutter, of the Florida Regional
hotel. ADL office, will be guest speaker.
Following the regular business) Mrs. Sol Torchon, membership
meeting, a musical program hon-
ored the forthcoming celebration
of Succoth.
Mrs. George Baltuch,
president
m'on 'Monday f ^'nai,B',:j1th Wren's Council of
mi. kii South Honda, announced its first
chairman, reported on the "games
evening" Sept. 11 at the home of
Mrs. Max Ellis, 1851 SW 19th St.,
Miami.
IN S. WISE
[group will
& '" 'C SUZZSli S-tf *tC n^'season Sept! ** Kippur Donee
Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center will be hostess at a post
Yom Kippur dance Saturday eve-
|thip
Pi ram will he "Succoth
and S : This group
; for i iiional He-
i horal and dis-
| group Membership awards
j uted.

SENESCH
Jhec meeting is planned by
|Senesch group of Hadassah
eld at the Shclbourne hotel
I?. 1:15 p.m. Cantor Israel
[of Temple Kmanu-EI, will
j musical selections, accom-
[by Joseph Shriebman.
H. tlndlahr, noted food
>y. will he speaker. Subject
Spins: to Prevent Coronary
Disease." Lindlahv is the
of Kit and Reduce" and
Ve What You Eat."
a)
Id. brandeis
lining Fierston will be hos-
i the new Louis I). Brandeis
of Hadassah on Monday,
p noon, in the Rosewood
13.
Mrs. Sam Nieberg. president of
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Ga-
bles, announced the first meeting ning until midnight.
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speaker. Musical renditions will be
given by Miss Donna Makovsky.
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SHALOMA
Shaloma group of Hadassah will
open the season with a 1 p.m.
niember-bring-a-member tea at the
home of Mrs. Maurice Miller, 4542
Sheridan ave., Sept. 18.
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MR. and MSS. MILTON MUM
WILL MAKE SEVERAL-WEEK STAY
Beach Couple Leaving for Israel Tour
Mr and Mrs. Milton Miller, of Miami Reach, are le i Israel
week. They plan to remain lor several weeks to acquaint them
- with the current situation there,
Mr. Miller i- a member of the national board ol directors of the
1 Histadrul campaign and one <>i the I ol the Miami Hista-
mittee. He has served as treasurer ol the Miami group since 1
on. He is also a member of the boa tfernon ol the
: Jewish Federation and vi ideal ol the Jewish
rial Fund Council hi re.
rkera in civic organizations
Epsteins to Mark
Golden Anniversary
ph Epstein will
f man led life
- ; quet to be
' Romai :.m Gardi
" Y.
len annivi
el In n. Mr.

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Bi ach a~
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t home.
Beach Hadassah
Forms Council
For Presidents
One of thr most rxciting events
in the calendar of Miami Beach
ll.i unit to be known as the Presidents'
Council of Mum Beach chapter of
ah
At a coffee held at the home of
Hra Alexander Kogan. a group of
women composed of 36 past Ha-
il.i--.ih presidents, all of the Miami
Bench area, met to formulate plans
for the COmtaf MMOII
The mUf will act in an arivis-
OT) capacity, with the purpose of
guidance for the other Miami Beach
Hadassah groups and to give lead-
ership training courses to Hadas-
sah members, object being to de-
w-lop future presidents of the local
groupa
Mi- KogU is chairman of the
group Mr- .lack Davis is recording
secretary Mr- Sam Taran is cor-
responding secretary, and Mrs. Max
Dohrin is by-laws chairman.
Miami Beach is believed to be
the first community in the country
to inaugurate a group such as this
Mrs. Kogan said.
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. September 14. 1956
+MUbn*ri^r
_ Xperf Scheduled
factiv.i.^ are getting under
|,h the first meeting of North
Hunter, Women's American
Lich will be h>ld on Tuev
Ipt 18. at the home of Mrs.
fc'-mel 2(M0 Keystone blvd.,
Lm, Guest iperter will be
J Marry, noted cosmetician
arm consultant
Scheduled Tuesday
Lit on the $64,000 Ques-
tjH be the theme of a skit
lt,..i Tuesday afternoon, Sept.
Che Mgiers hotel. Orgentea-
Miaim Beach chapter Bnai
I Women Mi- Max Davis is
kit
Sisters Order
Is Member Tea
led Order of True Sisters.
[43. held a 'member-bring-a-
Lr" tea Wednesday noon in
pbaiyat room of the Algiers
krting at the meeting were
Nathan Covlton, general can-
Lirnian represented on the
live board of the American
Society, in a discussion of
beer mobile unit; Mrs. Joseph
_g, research for mentally re-
children; Mrs. Irving Mel-
lancer workroom at the Tut-
tel; and Mrs. Herbert Feldan,
raising.
kers were introduced by
Wilton Rappaport, co-chair-
fith Mrs, Abe Lefkove of the
activities.
Hadassah Groups
"Whatever Lola Wants." a hu-
morous skit, will be presented by
| the newly formed Chai group of
Hadassah at a membership tea in
] the North D a d e Jewish Center
Tuesday evening* Sept. 18.
Mrs. Arthur Helfman, program
chairman, will also present Mrs.
Murry Grossman, guest speaker.

Mrs. Abe Friedman will open her
home, 480 NW 91st st., El Portal.
Monday afternoon, Sept. 17, to the
Albert F.mstcin group of Hadassah.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a festival procession celebrating
Succoth.
Six Women wtll carry fruit has
kets and flowers, and a newly form-
ed choral group will make its first
appearance.
Mrs. Lawrence Krasnc will nar-
rate.

"Making Succoth a Memorable
Get Under Way
Holiday for Children" will be the
subject of a talk by Mrs. Benja-
min Fogel at the next meeting of
the Naomi group of Hadassah.
Mrs. Marshall Litvak will help
explain the religious symbols and
decorations used for the holiday.
The affair will take place at the
Musicians Hall, 303 Minorca ave.,
Coral Gables, on Monday evening.
Sept. 17.
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Jmist> fhrkltori
Ballerina Gown
Miss Pett's Choice
Miss Elizabeth Harriot Pett re-
reived the groom's erandmother's
wedding band when she was mar-
ried to Marvin Friedman on Sun-
day. Sept. 2. in 2 p.m. rites at the
Delano hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Philip Pett. 2391 SW 24th
ter, and she wore a ballerina-
Jength dress of chantilly lare and
tulle and carried a bouquet of ste-
phanotis and gardenias.
Her assistants, Mrs. II. Kuchin-
sky. matron of honor, and Carole
Freedland and Mvni Galnesboro,
bridesmaids, carried lull' and pink
carnations. Junior bridesmaid was
Karen I.efkowil/
The bridegroom i< the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Friedman, 121
SW 21-t rd.. and had as his best
man Gary Stallings. Morris Lefko-
' rid Arthur Roth were ushers.
Jackie Friedman was junior USl
The bridi
i and the l'niversit) of Miami.
and the groom is a scl.....-tu-
i at the L'niversit) of Chicago
the Di I-
ano hoti i left for a
trip to v h 5 iej will :
Matlin, Mastroff
Plan Dec. Rites
Mr and lira. Irving Matlin. 3116
SW 5th st. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Elinor, to
Marvin Mastroff. son of Mr. and
Mr- Samntl Mastroff. Philadelphia,
Pa
Mia Matlin attended Temple
University, where she studied ele-
mentary educa'ion.
She is a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High School and was active in
Little Women. Future Teachers of
America and Future Homemakers
n| \i'irr.
She WU president of Tau Alpha
Omega lororit)
Mr Mastroff i- connected with
the chain of Sun Ray Drug Stores
of Philadelphia and Miami.
The senior Mastroffs are visiting
the Maflina and will stay for the
engagement party Wedding plans
ing made for the last week
of December.
Brodskys Wed
In Georgia Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Joseh Brodsky are
at home at 1410 S W20th st., Miami,
following their Aug. 17 wedding in
Folkston. Ga.
The bride, the former Joyce
Koumjian, is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Koumjian, 10651 SW
65th ave.
Mr. Brodsky is the son of Mrs
Lena Brodsky. 1410 SW 20th st.
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Wish All Their Relatives
and friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE OF GREATER MIAMI
its Chairman. Mr. Ehiel Lesowoder
and Executive Director Moshe Berman
extend hearty greetings and best wishes to its
officers, members and to the Jewish Community at larae
whose devoted work helped build the greatest pioneerinq
force: the Histadrut in Israel
The pioneers and builders of
Histadrul everywhere are ful-
filling an historic task in the
oi Israel the beacon
II 'it ol the Middle Fast and
ol the Jewish people through-
out the world.
We are confident thai our
good friends in South Honda
will continue Its aid to the
Histadruth, now-more than
everin these times when
the need for defense il as
great as the need for con-
tinued progre-s
The State of Israel will always be a symbol of neap. nA
progress. and the histadrJ wi **
streng.h prov.ding its human resources^nd laa^gg!
Garbers at Home
After Honevmoon
H.....ytl.....nhtg at the Emerald
Beach hoti' in Nanan were Mr.
it I Mn Alan Jaj Garber, after
their wedding Sept 2 noon in the
ide room of the Algiers
for members of their immedi-
ate families
double ring ceremony was
performed bj Rabbi Morris Skop,
of 'he Coral Gable* Jewish Center.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs C. Lecerra, 881 W. 36th
st Hialeab, The groom*! parents
are Mr and Mrs. Morris Garber,
282R SW 7th ave.
The alter was hanked with palms
and basket! Ol pink and white ulnrl-
lolaa. Giant white mums and pink
roses formed the top of the canopy
Yvonne was given in marriage by
her father, Her bridal gown, hai-
lerina-length, was styled in a class,
ic silhouette of white slipper aatis
and Dresden white chantilly lace
The long-sleeved bodice was
sculptured to a Bateau neckline
which was outline,i m aelf-acsUopi
Of lace Her sweeping skirt fell in
a circular back. The veil oi silk
illusion case ided in tiers from a
coronet ol seed pearls and irides-
cent sequins, she carried white
Bible sh iwi red with orchids and
lilies ley,
Miss Gail Gale was the bride*i
maid of honor Donna Lecerra wai
flower girl for her sister. Best man
tor hia brothi r was Barry Garber
room's younger brother, Mar-I
mall Garber. was usher.
A luncheon in lhe~Srhehera/.le
room followed the ceremony Mrs
Garber attended schools in Ashe-
VlUe, N.C Her hushand is a grad-
"''; "I Miami Senior lli^h School
nd attended the University of Mi-
ami.
The couple are at home at 94 SW
^8th rd Miami.
MIS. JOUPH BK0DSKY
Ardmore
miS. CIIBIKT BAKDfHD
Annual Yarn Kippvr Dance
Annual Yom Killur dance of the
North Shore Sisterhood will be held
Saturday evening, Set. 13, at the
(enter.
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Jon-1 Home for gM
drn < the only j**|
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Pulrnunar}' cripptej,-J
"The function of m
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by supporting u* ^
,n nr,l'r 'hat tot* ml
may have ,he fhan^Tl
healthy hfe. TbelJJfif
exemplifies the proakTi
traditions f AmericISj
children-regard^ ,,"1
or color-are prov,^!
opportunity for rehisisT
treatment of their gm,j
Miss Su^We
Dental Studemj
In | double ring ran
mony on Sundav, SepT3
Algiers hotel. Miss eg,]
Suss daughter of Mr.^i
ney Si,... 120 Avilla rt,gl
les. became the bride it
Jay Bardfeld. sonnfMn.|j
fold. Yineland. X J, aiM
Jack Bardfeld.
Rabhi Yaakov Itaahni
ated. Decor of the r#J
pink and white.
Rest man was EdvmlJsi
brother of the bride. Ma>:(|
or was Elinor Bardfeld, i
the eroom.
t'vhors were Gilbert
Alan Sherman. Buddy I
Donald Matlin.
The bride il a craduaXlj
Senior High School aril
her decree at Testa* U
school of oral bypeie. *|
president of Beury toll Dm
The groom i a srasuKi
land High School, atteadeil
University and at preset il!
ior at Temple I'niveratr
dentistry. He was presidatj
sophomore class, a ssesSsj
pha Omega dental frU
a--iciate editor of the!
book.
The bride selected
silk with chapel trass, i
neckline and three-quaff]
sleeti
For something
bride wore a blue garters
to her former roommstl
Carchman, ol Nes Ua*l
The couple left foTSS*
honeymoon in Nasal* B
return, they will makef
porary home in Phili
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^^ ^ Ladies Have Rin*s and Plan Weddings
WM-601D Beach High School and will he a
The engagement of their riaugh- junior in the college of architec-
ter. Roberta Renee, to Harvey Shel- 'turc this fall at the U of F.
don Gold is announced by Mr. and
JANOW-GHSfNG
The engagement of their daugh-
Mrs. Samuel Figur, 510 NW 39th
ave., Miami.
The groom-elect is the son of 'er Aileen, is being announced "by
Mrs. Esther Gold, Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr- a"d Mrs. Sol Janow, of Jack-
and the late Mr. Irving Gold. ;sonville.
Miss Figur graduated from Miami' The groom-elect is Albert Ger-
Senior High School and is currently sinR- sor> of the Jack Gersings, 270
employed by Pan American. ;NW 108th st.
Her fiance graduated from the The eouple are planning a Dec.
University of Miami and will enter 23 wedding to take place in Jack-
Duke this fall to study for. the ,sonv',le-
PhD degree. The couple are plan- i
ning a Dec. 23 wedding.
MILBERGDICK
Medical Group Benefits
Mrs. Marshall Landy. president
Sharon Mi'fbVrg d Barry Jay.0' th.e ^borah f^,01 Mia
Dick are planning to be married "* ***" f **2*l21
in the winter. |nounced Wednesday that the group
The bride-elect's parents, Mr. and
ran a successful rummage sale at
R0SSB10CH
scmiAMMiru
The engagement of their daugh- Washington, D.C.'to Irwin "Rick
ter, Naomi Ruth, is revealed here Rlchman.'
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwam by Mr and Mrs- I'ouis Ross- 153 | He's the son of Mr. and Mrs.
5645 SW 5th ter. announce the W2? ave Mlami Beacn |Sidney Richman, 932 SW 14th ave ,
engagement of their daughter, Rose e ProsPec,lve groom is Alan Miami.
Sandra. ,J- Bloch, and he is the son of Mr.! The couple are both 1955 gradu-
The groom-elect is Emanuel Mev- a,l?d Mrs' Max Bloch' Rotk Wand, ates of the University of Miami.
Mrs. Sydney Milberg. 1871 SW 23rd ""* m/r!tct' nM27'h a.Vn J*
st., have announced the couple's Tuesday. Hadassah Medical Organ-
betrothal iization benefited from the proceeds
The groom-elect is the son of !of the sale'________________
Dr. and Mrs. Morris M. Dick, 3301
sw 18th st. Games Party Scheduled
Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
SISSEIMAN RKHMAN Northside Canter will hold a Chin-
Mrs. Lena Sisselman, Newark, ese luncheon and games party at
N.J., formerly of 1951 SW 17th the Center Tuesday morning. Funds
tor., has announced the engagement are for the Sunday school. Mrs.
of her daughter, Anita Marcia, Helen Bern is hostess.
er, 1518 Monza ave., Coral Gables.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Meyer. Brooklyn.
No date has been set for the
wedding.

JACKSON-WISE
Naomi Ava (Bobbi) Jackson and
Zolig O. Wise are planning their
wedding.
The couple's ene.-ioprnont is an-
nounced by the bride-elect's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Jack-
son. 880 W. 47th at, Miami Beach.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. O. Z. Wise. Orlando. Fla. She
graduated from the University of
Florida and is now a reporter for
the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Mr. Wise, also a University of j
Florida graduate, is in the con- {
struction business.
PRAGUEIARNCR
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Prague. 3690
SW 18th ter.. announce the betroth-
al of their daughter, Edith Ruth,
to Morton S. Larner.
He's the son of Mr. and Mrs H.
Swedroes Pledge
Vows on Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Swedroe
. .... a^e honeymooning in Nassau. Thev
The couple are planning to be ^SS^SrSSoTZ2S STEm?***""
married April 17. 1957. States in Washington.
MISS EDITH PRAGUE
MISS ROSE SCHWAM
MISS ROBERTA EIGUR
MISS GEE HOROWITZ
Births in
Greater Miami
Recent births in Mt. Sinai hos-
Larner, 1290 NE 101st st., Miami pital include the following:
Shores. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen
The couple attend Florida State Lerner Aug. 26.
University where Mr. Larner is a naul?hter ,*,, to Mr. and Mrs
member of Tau Epsilon Phi fra- Milton Col|ier Aug 26
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius
HOROWiriJiAU T>ne Au* 24
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Horowitz, .n .sons born Mr and Mrs-
1799 Bay dr., announce the engage- Dan,el Avery Aug" 23'
ment of their daughter. Gee. to' Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Jon Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snyder Aug. 23.
Edmund Hall. 334 W. 25th st Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Horowitz will be a sopho- Marvin Lieberstein Aug. 22.
more this fall at the University of Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Florida, where she is a member Elliott Pearl Aug. 21.
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray
was voted "Sweetheart'' of Alpha Nelson Aug. 19.
Epsilon Pi. her fiance's fraternity. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Mr. Hall is a graduate of Miami Greenfield Aug. 18.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Allen Aug. 16.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Bernkrant Aug. 15.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Goldstein Aug. 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Greenfield Aug. 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Bertram Levy Aug. 14.
for that
HARPER'S RAZAAR look...
Margery*- boftst! in extensive offering of original fashion! fof the really
original woman ... ai seen in Harper*! Baaaar and at imart
gatherings throughout the social world .
Originals from the hou*c of
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DEBONAIR, SAC0NY, KORET OF CALIFORNIA
EXCLUSIVE COCKTAIL DRESSES BY EMMA DOMB OF CALIFORNIA
EVERYTHING FOR THE BRIDE
SEE EVE MOORE OUR BRIDAL CONSULTANT
Margery's
DRESS AND BRIDAL SHOP
81 and 83 HOOK SQUARE, MIAMI SPRINGS PHONE TU 7-4051
A Happy New Year To All
THE 0HIY GEFILLTE FISH WITH
JHE BROTH ALREADY JELLED!
REDI-JELLED
GeftllteY^ix
JBBdy for instant serving
Breach
rib*
^a-WsS+'j
Imogine! You can serve it right from
*t jar-no waiting...no freeing...
"o ftjssl At your grocer now!
_^_CH & SONS, INC., New YofK. N. V.. larrmngdale. N. J, Toronto, Canada |
%
iirdine's,. .
j-*^, to^u^u the homo of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS*
r* u- t* ort
***l
- MIAMI BIACN n. LAUMIDAU WIST MUM MACi
"Wo Eiucott far
Successful Gracious
luin$"
SCHOOL
HAPPY NEW VIA* TO AU OUR
PARENTS AND MM
Nunery Through High School
75-foot Pool on Spacious,
Beautiful Campua
j 1010 WEST AVE. JE. 1-0606
IT'S HERE
NEW MODERN
SLENDERIZING
. SALON
If you're letting a itout, middle-aged figuro
tub you of lull the joy of living, shed thtc
unattractive pounds the pleasant Maudcr v*ayl
a WAV IIAUTY l_AN. Stauffer
Svitcm givea you weight Ion. inch lou in tho
nghe placet and potture beiuulicatmu. You
seed all three for real figure beauty. At tha
unit tune we firm and tighten your mun la.
mil trial. VISIT. Phone now for a
figure artalyut and courteay dcmoiuuauoa.
rOK A LOVtuH ODV
Stauffer
IYITIM<
Phone JE 1-6946
725 LINCOLN LANE
aOjoc.r I. lnra-hM't
MIAMI BEACH
Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions
< black*! one
f loivrr shops
to orvo you
21 hours
.hone JE M5*8
^OGUST BROS *>-./
^ Is thr BIST?
WEDDING
BAN0UETS
WEDDING
ANNIVERSARIES
BAR MITZVAHS
from 25 lo 1,000
HOTEL
UNDER
PERSONAL
MANAGEMENT
f
SAUL
HERMAN
on tkt Ocean at Lincoln Rooa*
FOR RESERVATIONS TELEFNOME JE 10411


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>L**i<*nr*Mar7
Friday
Mitzdk
New Convenience
For Acawtsit
ach Bank

Flf*.

thi Bank
hi Miami Beach baa been am
ed by D 1 i Palt| p'.-i.ient.
Hie bunk hat tatlalled ,i Todd
check printer, makins il p"iblel*
for ihe hank to iurm>h eheckl
ciMumrn-' namo printed nn them,
even uhile the BCCOUIll I- being
opened
Previously, penoi wantinj per
serialized cheeks had to u.nt .1
week, or longer, for checks to be
Richard Larry, son of Mrs. Raye returned from a printer
Rosen, celebrated his Bar Mitz- Penanaltoed ebaclu are a aafe-
vah at Temple Emanu-El on Sat-
urday morning. Sept. 8. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated. Rich-,
ard is an eighth grade student
at Miami Beach Junior High and IY- M9r-
attends Temple Emanu-El reli-
gious school.
Hirsch to Speak
At Sunday Meeting
Sam Hirsch. of the Sam Hirsch
School ol Drama, wffl he principal
speaker at a DMCtlni "' Singles
Limited Sunday erenini on the
Mc./.u- hotel ri
Hirsch, producer of the recent
..it Playhouse summer thea-
ter, will discus* "Tciines-t'e Wil-
liam- and Mi- Place in Dm Amer-
ican Tlir,/
Question and an-uor period will
Membership chairman is
Miss EdytlM Jiser.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT^
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Milton E. Thompson
row Hialeah Councilman
347 E. 4th STREET
\\ ernrr-Kahn
atjain^t bookkeeping errors
when hills are paid by mail, accord-
Powell.
"Sometimes I atajMtUTC is illcR-
lhle to everyone except the siuner
and his hanker." Powell said. "How-
ever, with a customer's name print-
ed on each check, firms receiving
the cheeks know exactly whom to
credit "
Undo i onnf v N <>\\ nrs Siippl v Co.
2SO0 N.W. 3fh STREIT
Phone NE 5 5361
READ A MAGAZINE TONIGHT
? 1
.
Stewart Roy. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Bakst. celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El on Saturday morning, Sept. 8.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ed. Stewart is an eighth grade
student of Miami Beach Junior
High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
NEW r4R GREETINGS
from
Henry Donner
of
BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS
17 N.E. 14th STREET
Phone FR 4-6405
TO ALL .
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
We Specialize In
Hotel Contracts
Custom Finishing
Sand Blasting
Tropical Refinishina
Dadc
Clef in is her*
4980 E. 10th LANE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Phone MU 8-4541
To Wish All Our Good Friends Special Cheer
Throughout A Happy Year
Elizabeth M. Anstine, Realtor
Jo Nell Bogen
ACREAGE and RESIDENTIAL SPECIALISTS
Tracts Anywhere in Staff ol Utiia
8975 N.E. 6th Avenue, Miami
Ph. PL 4-6644
Greetings To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances
Dade Printing & Stamp Works
Maaufacfarers of Superior Rubber Stamps,
Corporation Seals and Sumpliti
SINCERE BEST WISHES TO OUrT
MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
NEW PLANTATION RESTAUIU(
CHARCOA1 STEAKS, CHOPS, SEAFOOD, CHOKE WINES J
EAST HALLANDALE BEACH BOULEVAM
WOW GaWifream Rocetrotk
Phone Hollywood 2-0291
Dial Direct from Miami or Miami Beach FR Hid
Ta Our Many Friends and Acquaintances...
SEASON'S BEST rVISHfJ
Mmnim awtf Sidney Solo/ow
Fork Lifts Company, Inc.
2421 N.W. 27th Avenue
mtotni, MM
711 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone FR 4-5845
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Greetings
Cook & Pruitt, Inc.
MASONRT Fireplaces Patios Borhecu Pits
6849 Bird Rood (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. Mc h
Roy F. Woodruff
four Nioleoh Councilman
73 EAST 2nd STREET
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALL REALTY COMPANY
REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
251 N.W. 14th STREET
To All Greetings
Russell House Movers, Inc.
MOUSE MOVING mi RAISING Florida's Most Reliable Menu *"]
fsratfisbed T*)
Bath Frame sad Masonry Coastmctiea
7250 N.W. 1st Avenue, Miami 38, Flor*
24 Emerson Street, St. Petersburg, Floriei
TO ALL GREETINGS
Hialeah Lumber Company. Inc.
HIALEAH. FLA.
4931 EAST 10th AVENUE
Phone MU 1-3571
*
To Our Many Friends, Patrons
and Acquaintances j
SEASON'S BEST TO ALL
ANDAVE HOMES, Hj
439 W. 39th Place
Hialeah .
Phone TU 7-6151


r, September 14, 1956
OBiTUARMES
ic cCHNEIDEHMAN (Co.. died of a stroke Rapt. his
SSSi tte MttnTl dMit fcoma, N Ml.-IHgan ave He cam*
'id Sei'< '" in ""v:''-1''" I !"' I .years. ao lo Join the drug
1 ,, hi- M-year-oM wife rirn. headed by hi* hron.er Julius
nd, Lhou( three Originally from North Pork \v Va,
rm>m rntniR 'In- h.i.l li.cn u ..,*.. ,i._, .. .,. ..
the Ii.". "" '"""' .^........ .,... .-..,,1,, p.irK. w. Va..
,.:, from BM*$fJ ''"' '>" ni-rul.er of II,.. M
.-V 11 ,e.irs ago whan Ml i lodge mm.I shrine for more than a
,..." i,BW" hl"k "I""'"''- "f 1.1 r.uturv In addition to
',"; anaiigemenn were b) his brother, he la aurvlved l.v hi* wife
1 .h,i'l Minnie: a daughter. Mr.. Natalie Mil-
lie- IU'11 It.hKK UhAL.__ __ .
Wt\i. iit'.l I 'I' '*-
V.wlf.- Reim: iwo daughter*
r.n.l Rom "...... brothers.
ka.i-.- ami "" ",n J gept. l in
Llvrdon rm ral IL-ine, with
[ sur ,, [>avld '" i"' !'>'
LsephV~novack
V r| ., Internal in the
Jersey, CUT. with Rlversld. l:, .,,.,, M
mortal Chapel In charge of local ar-
rangements. r
DAVID GOLDMAN
?;' "I 11H& 2K ,!,,h *-. N" Mi." i
Heach, died Sept. 4. A retired Insur-
ance salesman, he leaves his wife
nd a son. Matthew Services
Bin hotel, died of II heart 'nrah. and n son. Matthew Sen-Ices
P.;,, Montl.-lln, NY Ills, *Ai.SWlf,* "' t'vr|Jde.B,Vh Me.
li and !' president of the burial In Mt. glneU .>meterv.
Ifuntn r Vlonflcello, one --------------
....... in .Kii Cutsklll niun BV^mi-..
iine.-t i
I.. SAM O'lliDRPlic
Cl2rte..ndi.H ,ir",h'r"- ",.ludlnK
I win, i ." Hel'Vices were Sept
HVMAN SATTLER
T Jl 0 r......,.,, .a".den, fr
70 All GREETINGS
fkaan FR 44024 FR 94434
N. A. WHITTENBURG
WHOLESALE AUTO FABRICS
1246 N.E. FIRST AVENUE
MUW, FIOWDA
Pacie 9B
HARRY GRALNICK
. press, r in a
He
. \. in ago and
f H .' ah; two
a nd Mr*
I

---------- o ..,-.,- III .> .-\
hurh.l In Isell... NT. local arrange
mraia by Rlveralde-feea. h M.,n...iai
.', "I "1? N': !:'"' N' Miami
ii. a dreascutter, Ii i.J ft "ni1 ,w" ,l,": i
i r, '''o1'"', '-,fr "'"' Ml* Harriet
L""5 -: ll were in
for*, "in. I... .1 ementa
' u l:' h M. I ,l,.-|,a|..-l.
|fi-RS. BERTHA KAY
; :. :. me from
-! i -i Sept. *. |
Wnrsteln im
Mi irtci .i' 'i
II rrj Kap-
..-.
M.
.'I. luirlal in
MARTHA S.TFRNLIEB
-A'. dli 1 Sept. T.
to from
bar bua-
\ id en s. r\ -
v ith ;: don'i
an ange-
BEN.'AVIN KARP
- lied s.'t.i
owner

N i wer.
..].:-. b]

('ORRiS J RUBIN
red i ..-
I l II.....
[ '" ntery.
OETER DERTEAPI
-
i
I
|heodore CHAKOFF
pi I
ii b*V.D 2 SKOLMCK
I .-i Be| I
1 -i Oordoti-;
I. I In Ml HI-
LIP L0UI8 KASDIN
f K.imI.ii Plug
A MOST HAM NEW YEAR TO ALL
MAICO HEARING SERVICE
Milton S. Molakoff
133 S.E. 1st AVENUE
Phene FR 3-0180
* If T I N G S
kimngi by Appointment
Phone TU 7-1450
* JOHN H. LEXOW
OPTOMETRIST
OMice Nowrs:
'=00 t. 5:30 p.m.
N%l 9:00 to 1:00 p.m.
[i CURTISS PARKWAY
f*W SPRINGS, FLORIDA
W* ROOFING AND
1T METAL WORKS
I"*.'?" r"a'red
Lr^'^nccd Men" *
"V CANS
Kj" Av'-"" c Polar,'
TO Ml MEETINGS
BAKER'S PHARMACY
Phone TU 8-9963
400 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
TO ALL GREETINGS
y
GEORGE DEEN
FINE HOMES and ESTATES
Telephone FR 9-4721
SHORELAND ARCADE
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
V'i.T'diirw-7'm.,ln* ,mm New York Anna Slegelman. Services
J ny, died ttept. i.. He was a ret r.-d I were In Hrooklvn Y wll
bar owner. Surviving are his wife ,,,'.",.
Ida: a broth*-, Meyer: and two si.-' ranKPI,u'n,M l,v Klveraide-
ter. Mrs. Yetta Altmun and Mrs morlaj Chapel. Klagler st.
and burial
th local ar-
Heach Me-
You'll keep
E.OW
when you switch to switches.
It's more economical to go
all-rtrclric in your kitchen
and laundry than to use a
combination of fuels!
See your
electric appliance dealer '
rlf ht away.
FLORIDA POWER A
LIGHT COMPANY
""*ro*,.;r>
. "WCOWWITT
" QU.B KM
CHEVROLET
PHONE
9-6441
1055 W.FLAGLER
Might Service
2300 N.W. 7tri AVE.
phone 64-2626
'D^ctf^Sf-
Ywyou
can shop around
for a new car, but,
LUBY SELLS
FOR LESS!.'
' See luby before
you sign for
any car I
GREETINGS
TONY'S BARBER SHOP
"Air Conditioned"
Francis A. Benedetto
President, City C'ouncl, Hialeah
2100 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
"Miami's Leading
Serving the Jewish
MIAMI'S ONI
AND ONLT
JEWISH
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
Memorial Dealers"
Cemntunify Sine* 1*26
GUARANTIED
FINEST QUALITY
MONUMENTS
AT LOWEST PRICES
IN MIAMI I
CATERING
t x ay siv el r
TO THE JEWISH
CLIENTELE
All Monument, Cmtem Mcdt
GRAVE MARKERS
HEADSTONES
FOOTSTONES
Only $35.00
Why Pay More? Buy far Less at Palmer's and Save I
! Otr Own Sbtpt Within 3 Days I
3277 79 SI SOUTHWEST 8th STREET
Next to Corner of 33rd Avenu*
PHONES: I HI 6-5922
3 HI 6-5921
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONORand DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS
yiOMtS

MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
-*>^'WWWWWW*\
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd st.
Phone MO 1-8201
e*WW>~e*WWWWV
Is
: l Courteous < {
i I Ettieient I!
? <
I > r Dignified Service ]
ii NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME H
> I formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL
Edward T.
Newman
Funeral Director

1333 DADE BOULEVARD
Phone JE 1-7677
MIAMI BEACH




Page 10 B
9-Jtmtstiik>rid/ten
Iltl*****]
Figures Show Pop
Series Drew 2,000
More Than in 1955
With mx out of Ion concerts com
plete sell-outs, the sixth season ol
tin- University <>l Miami Summer
Symphny Orchestra closed re-
cently.
Mrs. Marie Volpe, concert man-
said Wednesdaj thai th pop
rts tins year attracted 2 0 ,;|
more music lovers than last.
"It has been the mosl su
till season in the history of the
Mr- Vlope sail "Of par-
ticular note and importance vu
the increase in attendance ol the
3 mng people ami their apparent
. lit in the lighter program! "
According to Mrs. Volpe, Mor-
ton Gould, D'Artega Arthur Fied-
ler, skitch Henderson and Jesus
Maria Sanroma drew the 11
audiences during their tm'>i stints

Receipts for the ten concerts
amoui 18,656.75, and operat-
ing expense- were $42,948.32 Op-
i ng deficit i- S492.07.
"This shows thii orchestra per-
formances, even with sell out nous-
cannot be self-supporting." Mrs
Volpe noted. "Therefore, <> u r
th.ink- again _" OUl to the City ot
Mi.mi Beach Council lor their con-
i nuins support ol cur summer pop
sei ies
To Launch Season |*>n with a card
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Sept. 18 noon it ikl
Women will launch its 1956-57 sea-.Sylvia H,-U1. ,," "*
__ i 1790 SW i
U 0*r mmrny trhm4t in fhrUa W, f,iem( ,Mf J7
ar tk, w ta Co, ***
SOUTHEAST FLORIDA REGION, WOMEN'S AMERIfiy,
OrMiiatiM for t.h.bilit.tion Throu,h Tr.i,,i,
170^.^ST.?^^;^.y^
Southwest Group
Unites for Services
Southwest Jewish Center will
hold a po-t Vom Kippui
evening at thi I enter 6438
SW 8th -t.
The new h organized congi i
ombined forces t meel Hie
"i .m earlj lii-ii Hoi)
I1 \ service tin- year.
Thi' altar was presented to the
regation b) Morn-. Leonard,
am in and Beckie Harris An.
san iias Murr.iv Sparaga
Menoroth were donated l>* Mr
Mrs. Naomi Brandeis (center\ newly elected president of
Sunday School Teachers assn., consultinq with Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, in
reference to plans of Sunday school teachers seminar schedul-
ed to begin Oct. 15. Mrs. Doris D. Gorn, acting secretary
(right!, heads steering committee. Board of directors is now
being organized for Sunday School Teachers assn., con-
sisting of one delegate from each of religious schools of
Greater Miami.
and Mrs Charli Colemat
and Mr- Morris Curtis
Scroll ol Law was a gifl t" the
Center from Mr and Mrs Harr) Sisterhood and made b) Mr- Mor
Klein and Mi and Mrs Martin n- Brooks.
Flyer.
Altar curtain wa- donated by the
have a truly luxurious
wedding
fashion show
T
CRltriNCS TO All
Harry Zuckerman
IVANHOE CATERING
SERVICE
320 N.E. 5th STREET
Florida lloncl and Mortgage Co.
Mortgage Loans & Investments
II on sit Realty Co.. ln*.
Real Estate Property Management
IlouM-r Company. Inc.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
First National Bank Bldg.. Miami
Phone FR 3-2648
at the exciting new...
FiMms iktfNCt-
at asMj pricK!
Because of our matchless facilities.
. and experienced management
' and expertly trained staff, we can
tk serve any event for much less
than you could imagine!
, Yet you will enjoy all the glamour
and excitement of Miami Beach's
newest luxury hotel!
And rememberhere at the Seville
a luncheon foe ten or a banquet
I for over a thousand can be served
wrth (he same gracious ease1
>0* CttSaitBSSBN
CAIL CATERING
DEPARTMENT
ville-
:::::;.
Strictly Kothtr (oftriif
JEfferson 2-2511
I
OCEANFRONT. 29th TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BECH
FOR ADDED HIGH HOLIDAY ENJOYMENT
1BJJ 7-C0URSE DMtSS
US:
JE MM]
FREE PARKINS COLLINS AVE. AT 17th ST.. M'AM* Kit*
*WWW*WW
-*w-<\~
Mr. and Mrs. Barney B. Lee and Son
Miami Tile Distributors Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
Ceramic Flo,,, T le Tern u Machines and Supply
Architectural Glazed Clay Wall Tile Alabama Marble
cjcjMi- Willette Ch.na and Chrome Accessories
6454 N.E. 4th Avenue phone PL 1-7551
Social Gatherings
| of 4/1 Kinds
* parties
it weddings
f It luncheons v
ir receptions
f for enervations JE 6 6rM I
Season's Best Wishes To All .
FREDERICK'S MARKET INC.
"WHEW SHOPPING IS A PIEASURE"
645 N.W. 62nd Street
Phone PL 1-5651
Miami
ayony.
On The Ocean. 32nd to Mti Sis.
1
ENJOY WE HIGH HOLY DAYS
with Om Delicious Strictly Kosher Meoli
Royal Hungarian -wra Restaurant
puASf make row kisuvations luvr i
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
TH0NI I
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN CORDON
GORDON and PONT
ft MM Ma\ KOSHER CATlM
I S^J ^J im tr> f' to o caarpWi I
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI
Umit ta*kllca( Svperviiiea
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS -
PH0W1
COMPLETE
DINNERS
A
LARGE
VARIETY
OF ENTREES
TO CHOOSE FROM
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
"Try Our Famout
Whipoed Cr.am p>| j^
Open Daily 4:J0 1:M p.m.
940-71st St., Miami Beach
NORMANDY ISLE
Opposite the fountain
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Capiamber 14, 1956;:
Igtjajft n*r1ril*
lidrei Will Mark Ushering of Yom Ktppur in Synaqoques
,mo Tor, will "Pen with the traditional Kol Nidrei prayer. l"e hope' G mar
I K,pp'ur servicea arc scheduled to continue all day Saturday, marked in the morning by Yizkor the
Memorial to the Departed, and to conclude with Neilah at sundown. *izKQr, the
lATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cerlyle
hodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
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k EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Live. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
kntor William W\ Lipton.
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EL. 500 SW 17th avo. Or
[ Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
nlor Louis Gartenhaua.
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EMETH. 12201 NW 7th
pservativt.

| ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie awe.
Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
\ JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
fcmtor Maurice Mamches.
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hi
lirpth of i
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RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
phodox. Rabbi Arie Backer.
Sel
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Sermon:
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4?
CANDLWGHTING Jim
Tishri 9 6:25 p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
av. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
p in Harmon: "Recreation
With Oad." Satunfai 8 a.m. Hermon
'MuiiiiB iIh- Severe Deer**."
"on: "And the Dead
,n. ';" Al"'"" N'';'lh :' n "I S.r-
'""" "i'"-"t>ii.- Oatee^ol Heaven '
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
. TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard.
Friday 7 :u. ,,,. i Beaumont Hall ;,t
Th. i'!v"'~!'\, ,"' Ml""'- S'rmon
ihe Finger Point*." Saturday '.. r.
\i i' i u'",'T Wh" Wl" Have
Ml* Jack I.|,,,.I SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
6438 SW 8th it. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Leviten.
LAUDERDALi E M A N U E L ^iSm.n/ ^J^US
1801 S. Andrew* ave., Ft. Lauder- a a
dak*. Reform. Rabbi Mariut Han-
son.
... c"ase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101! SSSft C*"t0r S'mu*' K,,m"-
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si- '
mon April. Canter Berele Kelemer.
I-'i-iilay 6 p.m Saturday :.1(l a m Tla-
ki.r 11:45 ajri. Rabbi April uin offer
sermon* on i...tii daya.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Larer.
iiiiiay r, pin Barmon: "True Value*
c.r i.u.- btatuidaj I :i n.
"Stirring Mi.....nta ..f Recalling." Via-
'NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okotica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Baalc Queal Ions H.....faj I i
s.i men. "Making a i.u. ... Making a
Uvlnarp' flake* i p m .\, llah I p m

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ben Grossberg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
i "i.u 7 p.m Saturday I:M m, Ylx-
k..r ii a.in Rabbi I., hrman *III preach
at both m 11 I. ei anil chan) Neilah.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer c>ntor Jacob Bornstein.
. "STVT- Cin,or Ed*"rd KM* !a''':;,~h,;;.~;,a;;,;; ^v:,",'!, "&
non Th.- .*','''..y 6:4S ''..m: s,'rn>,n: "A Honor rlei \ Blaendrath, iirealdrnl of the
roC Atonement." Haturda} a.m. rtskoi I Union of American Hebrew rona
TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Ix. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
M. GABLES CENTER. 320
law, Liberal. Rabbi Morris
lintor Irving Robinson.
\... There
* > i Raturdaj I
Whal Happening In
II..ii M,\
1 \. .v v..i k
talk ..ii Urael's i
Bun. D. Memorial
I liv Mi nnd VJra Mai
,"'' Mi- k in lion -
(n Si irk and Loula
. III ..! he ile.l
/) of li. -. I..., Mr*
(]oodma*Y,
\\.is-.-1; and

kWAY JEWISH CENTER.
1m Shapiro. Cantor Sanv
pbtrg.
f inty ainll-
W iiikiii WHh
' i Vlakor I" 10
' S'rtlah! ll.m.
\*< .\ Fork
.* '*lk n" 'm- in n.
fLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
Conservative. Rabbi Lao
Th* Slrnlfl-
....i Reao-
TO All ... A MOST HAW NRV YtAK
BROTHERS I SISTERS-l*t me help you get estoblished ender eur American
Way ef life I Benefit by my experience I own the largest selection of
everything in Real Estate from Miami te Cocoa Tiny down payments
-N* payments when eet ef work or sick. I will accept your out of-stote
property in trade en Florida real estate.
tlona, WiH officiate with llnl.l.l Narnt.
Saturday n> a.m. an.I I :;n p.m. flskor
J:t.. p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re-
form.
1'i'ilav 7:1. p.m. a) Iftat t. nn.I N
>.iii are Oueai aplritual leader: l^ihi.i
ii.iijMinin Kraanow, member >.r the
' iff ..r the Colon o
Hebrew Congregation* Sermon: "Kol
Ni.h.-iOur Broken Vowa." Oueat
"am..1: chel OaJi. Haturda* in a m
s.i in..n- "How Much Can \\. i--..i -
|jve? choir under the direction ..r
Mi Walter WUnar.
a
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
iri.iav i; pin Sermon: "The Peglnnlna
nr Atonement." Batnrdaj a i n
1.....>' "Remeinbrance.'i Vizk.n li a.m,
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantz.
PVIday S:an p.m. Sermon: "Kol NIdrel
Melod) .if the day I a m Tlckoi 11 :M m Sermon:
Inner Sanctuary.." Neilah 1"
p.m Sermon: "Ka*r* t.. a Happier
Lire.

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

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
GREETINGS!
Fprguson
and
Mi'Corniic*k
Clinic
320 S.E. 1st Avenue
TO All GREETINGS
E. D. KEEFER
Real Estate Appraiser
and Consultant
530 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone JE 4-2616
TODAY'S BEST BUYS
NEAR AIR BASE and BUILDING PROJECT
20 Acres on S.E. Corner
Tallahassee & Biscayne
$3500 per Acre
60 Duplex Lots only $1,000 ea.
Acreage Near Air Base
Excellent Speculation Buys
60 Acres Good Farmland
$500 per Acre with Terms
CALL 11 SI 1351 HOMESTEAD
MAMIE P. SMITH, Realtor
287 SO. KROME AVE.
NAT J. GIE B
744 N.W. 29th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone NE 5 8241
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MW ACADEMY. 918 6th
^dox. Rabbi Alexander
, \niillri
THE KINSEY CO.
630 ACRES ON MERRITT ISLAND
East of TitusvilleS300 per Acre, Good Terms
HENDRY COUNTY
MANY ACREAGE OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDING:
A 1,400 ACRE RANCH, FINEST IN FLORID A-Hos Complete Ranch Equip-
ment, New 5-Reem House, Pangola Pasture Ready te be Stocked, Can
Carry Well Over 1,000 Head of Cattle Immediately, lew Price, Excellent
Terms. Also 7,500 ACRES SAME AREA, $60 Per Acre, Railroad Frontage
and Electric Power Available.
THE KINSEY CO. P. M. KINSEY, Broker
451 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale Ph. JA 4-7481
Fort Myers
Opportunity!
700 ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active center frontage on important
boulevard. $310 per acre, 29% cash
and balance 10 annual payments. Fine
subdivision site.
JEFFC0TT'
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STREET
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
BUSINESS & HOME
Active Gas Station and
Truck Stop
ON BUSY U.S. 1. Two bulk tanks 7,150
capacity total. IR' Dinette, Combina-
tion lunch counter, not active but can
be opened at small cost.
Only $10,500
AND THIS GOES WITH IT .
Purchaser has option to pick up pay-
ments on 1 BR, tile bath home on lot
50x150. Now rented, rent nearly
makes payments.
WRITE WIRE ... or SEE:
R. C. BURNS, Reg. Broker
116 WIUAR Ph. Cocoa 474
P. 0. BOX 762, DEPT. B, COCOA, FIA.
THIS JUST IN .
Motel Site on Ocean Front
Full Block, Road on 3 Sides, 250x575.
$75,000good terms.

Mnrrl*
H< mon
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L Vlakor
MAN-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
To!"?' Con"rvativ*. R.b-
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6STEAD CENTER. 183 NE
l^oStef0-------,8"-
1 .
JYVVood BETH SHOLEM.
r- "**bb, Samut| Ltr-r#
E. Mol|ywood. Consarv-
Sl-ITE Center. 3198 SW
iSS V,,vr R,bbi M""
I Canto r Samuel
::.i
OVER $100,000,000 IN RESOURCES
SAVE WITH STRENGTH AND EARN
"*
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MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
Savings and Loan Association -
HOME OP INSURED SAVINGS
1*J11 Waahlngton Ave. (Temporary Mal Offloe)
669 Waahlngton Ava. e 71 t nnd Harding Ave>.
260 Sunny tolas Blvd.
see...
Rick Angle
For Good Buys in
Acreage

504 N.W. 8th AVE.
GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Phone Franklin 6-5316
or Melrose GR 5-2343
Timber and
Mineral Lands
Foreign and
Domestic
Low as $10
Per Acre
ln^9ir J. R. McGEE
Ph. L0 4-8511
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
OCEAN AND A1A
9* ACRES an Merritt Island crossed
by A1A. Near Guided Missile Base,
|12S,0M.
C. B. DAVIS, Realtor
710 E. Colonial, Orlando, Fla., Ph. 7305
All Fla. Farms, Ranches, Groves
Carefully Selected Tracts for
Operators, Developers, Investors
or Speculators from $50,000
to $5,000,000
Free Catalogue
ALL FLORIDA TRACTS:
1. CHARLOTTE. .000 acre* water-
front, high land, ready. (350 per acre.
2. OKEECHOBEE. 4.320 acres high-
way frontage, thit it in Florida's bread
basket area. $200 per acre.
3. SEBRING. 66S acres of grove land
and muck at edge of town. |2O0 per
acre.
4. LEVY COUNTY. 1.000 acres at
26 per acre on good highway.
6 KISSIMMEE area. 11.000 acres
highway frontage $40 per acre.
, OSCEOLA. 45.000 acres with miles
of lake, river and highway frontage at
tO per acre. This is ripe for big de-
velopment.
7. LEE. 3 000 acres good farm land,
close in. $iio per acres.
. CITRUS COUNTY. 2.700 acres at
$100. rolling Citrus land
.HENDRY COUNTY. 4,200 acres at
$50 on paved road.
11. CLERMONT. 120 acres, 7 year old
grove, $90,000.
TIRMI ON ALL PROPERTIES
MURRAY THWAITES, Realtor
1535 Broadway, Fort Myers, ED 7-1101
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
Ill \m E.WOLFF
( (ytrxpoxiAj
SHOlLAN0'*CADt
240 ACRES
500 FT. LAKE FRONT
$28,500, Cosh Only
2300 ACRES
INCLUDING PRIVATE LAKE
$200 Per Acre
0
1900 ACRES
EXCELLENT MAIN ROAD
o
ARTHUR J. ALLEN, Realtor
Riviera Beach, Fla.
VICTOR 4-9771
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Women Have New Dilemma Since Change in Ui. Social Security Laws
The recent amendment* to the
Social Security Act became law
when President Eisenhower signed
the bill (HR-7225) on Wednesday
Aug. 1.
Widows, wives of retired work-
ers, dependent mothers and work-
in;.' women aged 62 to 64 may now
tile their claims (or monthly bene
However wives and working Thus, a wife who might be entitled ,or remained entitled to monthly
women w.ll if thev f.lc before at-1 to $54 30 at age 65 would receive checks.
taining age 65. suffer a reduction $40.70 monthly if she was but 62; | Widow* and dependent mothers
in the amount
will receive.
Wives" benefit
of benefits they
will be reduced
$45 30 at age 63: and $40 80 at age Jare the only ones who may file at
64 'age 62 or older without suffering a
If a wife filed at age 62 and be- reduction,
bv 25/36 of 1 per cent for each came entitled to $40 70 monthly. You must make your own deei-
1 month in advance of age 65 and she would continue to receive Ision as to whether it's worth more
working women 5/9 of 1 per cent. $40 70 a month as long as she lived to you to have the benefits now. at
reduced rat* .
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