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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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!l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|30-_Number 38
Miami. Florida, Friday. September 21. 1956
Price 20C
1*<
erly scholar at a market*frTJenleh>m scrutinizes the
Ffcitrus.', one of four species used to symbolize fertility
[Feast of Tabernacles. He'll bring his purchase to the
I (booth) hung with fruits and flowers as a reminder that
estors lived in flimsy huts during their desert wander-
enjoyed the Lord's protection.
Dulles to Push for Free Shipping
At 18-Nation Parley in London;
Eden Reviews Danger to Israel
LONDON (JTA)Secretary of State John Foster Dulles denied here this week that the United States
is spearheading a move to boycott the Suez Canal..
In London for an emergency 18-nation parley on means of counteracting the effects of Egypt Pr-i-
dent Carnal Nassers late July seizure of the canal. Dulles explained that an American offer of one-half
billion dollars to European nations from the Import-Export Bank was not designed tp assist Western ship-
ping to carry the financial burden of circumventing the Suez by traveling around the Cape of Good Hope.
m knowledge
SIGNIFICANCE OF SUCCOTH
Secretary Dulles said that the of-1
fer, made Monday prior to his de-1
parture for I.ondon, was intended
instead to give European nations
assistance in shifting a major share
of their oil purchases to the U.S. |
Meanwhile, prior to his arrival'
in London. Mr. Dulles issued a
statement in which he indicated
that he is determined to see to it
that Egypt should not have the un-*
fettered right to manage traffic
through the Suez Canal so as not to
discriminate against shipping
either to or from Israel.
The announcement, and Mr Dul-
les' flight to the British capital
city, came on the heels of Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Eden's reply
for the Government in the debate
over the Suez Canal issue which
closed here at week's end, which
warned that the danger to Israel
from Egypt will be greatly increas-
ed if Egyptian ruler Gamal Abdel
Nasser ir permitted to "have his
way" over the seizure of the Suez
Canal Company. But the Prime
'Minister refused to liscuss the mat-
|ter of British arms supplies to Is-
rael for self-defense.
"If Nasser is allowed to succeed
in the actions he has already be-
gun," said Sir Anthony, "I have no
doubt what he'll do and I do not
think the House does" He reminded
the House that Nasser had called
Israel a "stooge of imperialism" in
the same speech in which he an-
nounced the nationalization of the
Suez Cianal company
"That's what he called it," the
Prime Minister continued, "and do
Cape
Britain Denies Seeking Bases
LONDON (JTA)The foreign Office has denied reports from Arab
sources that Britain would use bases in Israel. A Foreign Office spokes-
man, commenting on the report published by the Middle East News
Agency and several Cairo Newspapers, said it was untrue. "There is no
agreement of any kind between Britain and Israel for the use of ba^ts
in Israel," he said.
JORDAN COMPLAINT CONFIRMED
American Water Expert Abducted
By Syrians as Dag Issues Warning
TEL AVIV (JTA)An American water expert, Herbert Mark, was
one of two civilians abducted by Syrian troops in the Lake Tiberias area
Monday, it was announced here. United Nations truce officials. ale
*by Israeli authorities, are negotiat-
ing the return of the two men.
ATTIWDl BLASTID
Religious Heads
Ignore Hearing
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
JTA
Plm Branch Used on tht Soccoth Holiday?
I Part of a Biblical command recorded in the Book of Leviticus
P* must take unto himself four species of vegetation on the
festival (Leviticus 3:40). One of these is the branch of a palm the Labor MP's really believe that
7 reasons have been offered for using the palm branch. i if Nasser has his way in this bus-
Midrashim compare it to the spine of a human being and see jiness of the canal, we, who have
^mbol of firmness and backbone which stands for tra-. undertaken obligations under the
>* ""el that it was chosen because its component parts are j Tripartite Declaration within and
and thus it indicates the closeness and unity that should outside the framework of the Unit-
Continued on Page 12 Continued on Pago 12
JLggg PROFESSIONAL NAZI WILHELM MEINBERG
man Anti-Semitic Party Reveals Plans
ICH (JTA) Ambitious plans for next year's Bundestag elections were announced by the anti-
wnun Reich party at its national convention held in Weisbaden and attended by more than
noli To800 8ucsU- Tne Germn Reich party, largest of the avowedly neo-Nazi political groups in
_poued 300.000 votes in the last Bundestag elections. It is represented in a number of state and
[foments,
invention
T.n Hec,ed wIhelm Meinberg. a professional Nazi, as the new leader of the party.
Kunstmann. a notorious*---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
in- *a- elected deputy
ter is considered by
" Reich Party" as Ger-
Dr.
JERUSALEM (JTA)Judge Eli-
yahu Man, president of the public
commission investigating the complaint
death of 55-year-old Pinhas Se-
galow during a Neturei Karta
demonstration Sept. 1, issued a
blast Wednesday against religious
leaders who "strengthen the
hand" of the ultra-Orthodox
group by refusing to testify be-
fore the commission. Other mem-
bers of the inquiry group refused
to associate themselves with j
Judge Man's statement.
Earlier, witnesses representing
the Histadrut and the left-wing |
Socialist Mapam testified that the
majority of Jerusalem residents'
were not Orthodox and that the
anti-Sabbath traffic demonstra-
tions sparked by the Neturei Kar-
ta sect were not representatives '
of Jerusalemites. I. Klebanoff. I
speaking for the Mapam, warned
that counter-demonstrations by
the anti-religious forces would
gain in momentum thus aggravat-
Continuod on P#o 2
---------------------------------------------*
An investigation established that
the car in which they were travel-
ling was fired on and halted on the
Western bank of the Jordan River
about 100 yards north of Lake Ti-
berias. The bullet riddled, burned
out hulk of the automobile was
found there.
United Nations officials Wednes-
day issued a report confirming
a
by Jordan that 10 Jor-
danians were killed in an Israeli
attack last Thursday evening on the
desert headquarters of the Arab
Legion at Gharandel. The report
stated that the UN observers visited
Gharandal and established that the
headquarters were reduced to a
mass of rubble and that many Jor-
danian military vehicles had been
destroyed. According to the i \
report, cartridge casings on the
scene bore Israeli markings.
(At the United Nations headquar-
ters in New York, UN Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold called
in the diplomatic representatives of
Israel and Jordan and handed them
a "note verbale" pointing to "the
serious- consequences involved."
GERSH0N AGR0N WILL BRING MESSAH FOR ISRAEL BONDS
W chief f state be-
w'eiiy succeeded Hitler
!of state alter ||lcr-s
sui-
fcbers jlnpd lhc viQ_
|S "* "Racis< <*-
f"'"'!,'Shortly there-
Ce h, ,."" 'r,>' '" 1929.
P. \ has been a profes-
P fcMing various h.gh
"J" 'h<> Nan apparatus.
also a member of the
"'"Wd on Pag* 6
Jerusalem's Mayor to be Miami Visitor
Gershon Agron, mayor of Jeru-
salem, and editor and publisher of
the world-famed Jerusalem Post,
will be principal speaker and
guest of honor at Temple Beth
s ho bun Oct. 9 for a congrega-
tional effort in behalf of State of
Israel Bonds.
Announcement of the function
was made by a steering commit-
tee headed by Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish Wednesday, president Ralph
Sixth chairman of the board Sid-
ney Ansin and Isidore Hecht.
Mayor Agron, who was educat-
ed at Temple University in Phila-
delphia and went to Palestine in
the early twenties to devote him-
self to the Zionist cause, has been
hailed by American. British and
Israeli statesmen, foreign corre-
spondents and authors not only as
one of the world's great newspa-
permen, but also as a leader of
public opinions, who has wielded
tremendous influence in the his-
tory of Palestine and Israel dur-
ing the past 30 years.
Since his election to the mayor-
alty in 1955. Mayor Agron has
played a vital role in the upbuild-
ing of industry and public hous-
Continuod on Pago 12
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and tha Jewiah Weakly. Memoer of tha Jawiah Taie-
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Volume 30 Number 38
Friday. September 21, 1956 _______
London Conference Faces Grim Alternatives- Grim Reality
The eyes of the entire world look toward
London today and the 18-nation conference
there on the Suez Canal crisis.
There is no way of knowing to what extent
these nations are impressed with the fact that
the diplomacy of the Western Powers is princi-
pally at the root of the crisis.
Eut the truth is that the continuing appease-
ment of Egypt President Nasser since his emer-
gence as the Cairo dictator caused him to grab
the Suez Canal late in July.
Teace is everywhere the principal aim of
humanity, and peace or war would not have
been the choice for Nasser to make had he not
been encouraged to full-blown dictatorial ambi-
ticr.s by an apathetic West-a West that saw
everything through rose-colored glasses so long
as its oil interests in the Near East were not
challenged.
Eut the peace demonstrations in London this
week, even as the 18 nations were convening
there, vitiated the purposes of the meeting be-
fore it started. For it told Nasser at the outset
that all manner of sacrifice will be made in
the name of peace.
This*is the eternal dilemma of the freedom-
lov.ng, peace-yearning West: that it is forever
prepared to go way out on a limb to preserve
accord and that it is forever in the process of
forgetting the unreliability of a dictator's prom-
ises.
The fact of the matter is that you simply can
net do business with dictators. If the 18-nation
conference in London today is finally impressed
w.th this truismas it has not been during the
pest few years then the peace or war alterna-
te left to them narrows down to a grim reality.
What the principal users of the Suez Canal
should remember is that tiny Israel, at tremen-
dous financial sacrifice to be sure, has man-
cged to survive despite the Egyptian blockade
net her shipping. There is little reason why
Europe's infinitely more powerful nations can
net survive, as well, if they enter into a total
boycott of the canal.
Such a plan would, of necessity, reguire
adherence to boycott, with no exceptions
lied, Western shipping represents some
p percent of the traffic through the
Suez Canal. Wuh its elimination. Nasser's
The 1957 CJA Chairman
announcement of this area's new
Combined Jewish Appeal chairman gives Mi-
high hope for a swift and successful 1957
CJA campaign.
John Serbin succeeds Sam J. Heiman, who
for the past two years was chairman of the
drive for funds supporting 55 local and national
Jewish agencies, as well as a number of over-
seas organizations and Israel.
Serbin's appointment will bring to the Greater
Miami campaign his boundless energies and
efficiency acumen developed over many years
as a successful businessman. Serbin will also
cany over to the chairmanship his devotion to
and understanding of Jewish causes.
Last year, Serbin headed the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Business and Professional Division,
involving the organization and direction of solic-
itation in nearly 50 trades and businesses
throughout Dade county's far-flung areas."
Under his supervision, innovations were de-
veloped which brought fresh community in-
terest in the humanitarian programs of CJA
and resulted in a record collection of some
S700.000 in his division.
The new chairman steps into the role vacated
by Heiman, who achieved a reputation for his
devotion to the Combined Jewish Appeal. Un-
der Heiman's guidance, CJA in 1956 raised
SI.525.000a figure which for the first time
topped Miami's 1948 total of SI.485,000 raised
at the time of the birth of Israel.
Serbin's succession to the CJA chairmanship
continues the infusion of new and vigorous
leadership to the Jewish community's most im-
portant fund raising effort. Miami congratu-
lates the new appointee and stands poised to
assist him in achieving higher goals than ever
before.
grab would become Nasser's bankruptcy.
Hot headed critics of this plan declare it to be
appeasement. But this i like shuttinq the bam
door after the theft of the horses. Charges of
appeasement are too late today; they should
have been made when Israel apoeared before
the Security Council to report blockade of its
shippina through the Suez and when the West
ignored Israel's report because the confluenc-
es of the blockade had no foreseeable effect
on the Big Three.
Nor is the West in a position to speak of aban-
doned principles -Egypt's arbitrary scrapping
of international treatv in the Constantinople
agreement of 1888. Principles, too, are gone
today becaue of our unprincipled actions of
yesterday. The West must piv the price for
its short-sighted diplomacy. Total boycott of
the canal seems the cheapest of all possible
prices and the most effective means of neutraliz-
ing ambitious but poverty-stricken dictator Nas-
ser who. like dictators of the oast, will tumble
when he can no lonaer fulfill the outrageous
promises of glory he has made.
With the Suez Canal trulv his own. one hun-
dred miles of the ditch bootless and untraveled.
Nasser may come to realize the enormity of
his deed.
The Meaning of Succoth
According to tradition, the ethrog represents
the heart of man. The lulav denotes his will.
These, in essence, are the symbols of the
Jewish festival of Succoth. which follows on tha
heels of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur and
which Jews throughout the world are celebrat-
ing today.
Succoth is both a Festival of Thanksgiving
and a period for historical remembrance. It
commemorates the wanderings of the ancient
Israelites in their journey to the Promised Land;
it also expresses Jewry's gratitude for deliver-
ance.
Thus, on Succoth. it is traditional for Jews to
erect a Succah an open booth decorated with
foliageto mark the temporary dwellings in
which they lived during their wanderings in
the wilderness.
But the ethrog and lulav jointly symbolize
the essential substance of Judaism through the
ages the Jew's spiritual belief and his indomi
table will to identify with his tradition in the
face of constant harrassment.
This union of the right to a personal con-
science and self-determination is the basic in-
gredient of all free men a union toward which
many people in the world today st.H aspire.
Succoth serves to remind us that Jews have
therefore been a free people since the dawn
of their history despite the afflictions they have
suffered in the name of Judaism.
th
M.M
lministrvi.,,1 popnBJjJ
llnB" ** ,.
and so do .CM
only nve JJ; jj*
struggle with the Russian,, who did bat^hl'"" m J
Korean disguise. u,a oa,,l(' Mind the t; !
Less than three year, after ih *
Soviet remams our .h enln tLT^T N
factor w.th which the West i^^E?E*L|
Alliance, when the world met Na7i r L ,he ^ of h?
*. he,,. iv.. 3S2Z?jSp
Appeasement" and "Quisling" have u
interesting to pedants of history, but w,,L If becon* of soc.o-mil.t.ry change. When the R ?n'ni!l"<4
reference point in an otherwise kaleido i V rea* to "'d
friendships and -when expediency ou7 W"**, J
terms, clearly are outmoded. For the ,'T'' J
if one exLs s. Is made of the stuff of etEc H "***
violation of principle; but the cynicism .hi, *"*'<.,
Soviet has taught us leaves us innumi hUr ",,ta"5
There can be no greater proof of ;^*
and Qu.shpgs have been dotting ,he v,, '''" ,hef '"UnaJ
since 1933-and too few 1^^^^ ,0*H
to make1 foreign policy a thing immun, fn, i" '^l
Presidential campaign, and the lack of s ,u,v^ofttt]
of us to this issue is apparently brineim. J '""hep-5
time when the President and Gov. SZenlr'T" his -
one another, the Secretary of State continues iVSE?8
little or no negative effect on A#Jr----- oU*-'(

HtN*r BY10ADI STIU M/UKHIS ON
|N THIS regard, some clarification should be mifc!?3
assertion that the Soviet threat is the ,,, "*
which the West has dealt since World XV2L?
factor-of necessity shorter in duration ,hf *LS
grading of American prestige brought about ny SX
ment and Quisling to which I have here general rZZ S
The Quisling ,s Henry A. Byroade, State Departm m cJ
and Jest Po.nter-withal the greatest person,,^
I S. Government annals in easily a decade It was V 13
as our ambassador to Egypt, set the stage for kLZ$
he Near East. It was Mr. Byroade. who a. our amlJSS
time and again urged Mr. Dulles to P|av tough Sbfl
Bvroad,g,wh aSSCr 'n, "^ "^ "f "lnu7J
ul Z mc Ur ambMMdor 0 Egypt, warned Nawraj"
iSoJrtr p ag*inst Egyp,ian tacucs and ^
It was Mr. Byroade. who as our ambassador to Err* J
ported by Mr. Dulles, made Nasser what he is todav Ttateil
dictator risen in the East, spawned on the downright ud i
anti-Semitism of an American ambassador soul TVbintrfl
Mr. Byroade. multiplied by the oil-hungrv v^ion of txi
ment colleagues, brought him who was unreasonable in MsL,
Jewish State to sell his nations best interest, down taenw.i,
Now. public opinion under a Democratic Adrmnisuifiit]
Alger Hiss to prison, damned Harry Dexter White after Imi
In our ojvn time. Mr Byroade marches on -. nt to South Ad
haps the diplomat's limbo: but still he i- a l.S imb
actions whitewashed and justified
a a
ONI THING UAOS TO ANOTHIK
yyHILE THIS example of State Depart ciencj busiW
mined our position in the Near I
"> .mother sellout Bandun Keu .11 the Bam
ferenxe except perhaps in the context II I then Prei
r'm ',! to the Arab brief agam-t I-:.. Ii partit^H
Bandung repre.sentod the tir-t rn<. \ Suit
tern iiatioru brougM together bj ll own imu
Witbenl Western rjire~entation Upshot ol the meei:'
announced intentions, was to afford the rommuniat cnusinafj
c irobered hy possible Bin Three rebuttal i pportumtyjit
the "neutrals" of their peaceful intentions and of a-frtiiiM
conflict between the communist and den (>ple>ai|
of sufficient magnitude to warrant a war between them
Even Hitler could not achieve the tactical advantage oil
ing his "minor" enemies-Holland. Belgium. NMV.
Poland among themand his wars with them..kWM
ceeded in sapping his energies to the point h"ere he ul
feared attempting an invasion of England But the Soviet 1
at Bandung did precisely this. In a possible mture cMlifjj
Russians, there is today little doubt that India. Pakistan. AfT
and the Arab countries, for example, will not side with the
But Mr. Dulles remained undaunted, engineered!^
Pact insteadthe North Tier agreement which presumably!
lies of the West and the "free" Near and Far Kat pePle> inj]
of communist invasion. Out of Bandung. Egypt's NasseremeTM
in his private quarrel with Syria and Saudi Arabia for "J
leadership of the Arab League. Mr. Dulles' manipulation oi w
dad agreement. Nassers objections notwithstanding. ""fl
in the direction of shaping the second characteristic
Departmentappeasement.
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N07HINC UMJHtO f*OM PAST IXPUffNCf
in*'
TOO KW mum fOR TOO MANY
THE DRASTIC jflajterioration of American prestige m*'o(!
1 may be traced retroactively to the Dulles ass^iW^i
helm In 195J. Frem his first "fact-finding' tour of m-
dawn of the Republican Administration to his clou**-^,
pronouncernants early this week. Mr. Dulles has nuw
pcasement the rise.nf the new dictator Nasser ajtfiP"
Appeasement'h*. marked every step of the *ar' fflt
Eisanhower recently making the only honest I'ron0BTr^-n
policy consideration in the area-oil. Mr Duller ^Tfii
objectively to com* to grips with the Israel Arab Tlyrj|'
scntod his only sincere (in)action in thi~ regard f,ITZjSr
"'>t hring objectivity to it'. In a positive sense. ""VJffl
ibis inaction a principal source of the Nasser '"*"[gJ
which the Egyptian dictator subsequently interpret
ment of his increasingly anti-Israel program nuHes*--
Whal neither Quisling Byroade nor ap|H-asrr ""Tjfal
a- the ultimate subsUtution of an anti-Western on*
m Continued en P*t '2



.September 21. 1956
JmUtnurkHain
PAGE 5
WjffAKINGJUi OCT. 14
Bridge to Collins Island Sets
ifage for Construction of New Sinai
f,r the new ultra-moderp timed with the Ihcr*aer1 Hospital
[Sinai hospital have progress- needs of our rapidly growing popu
1 ,',lu. blueprint stage with lation, as revealed toy recent Mir
Kniiing "i construction of a veys," Ruskin pointed out.
nnecting the main- Ruskin stated' that more th.in
(Miami Beach and 10-acre S2.215.000 of the more than $4.0 Waiiil site "I the new hos- 000 needed has already boen plrd.;-
ed, and this sum reflect- the re-
R Buskin chairman of the snonse of the hospital's trustees.
c,n hospital development the physicians and a few indivi-
fch li i- racing over four duals. Now. we look forward with
.dollars needed to tnnld and eonfiderfee to the snpporf of the
[,',. new 300-hed hospital. Public In raising the addition.,1
fednesda) that the bridge funds needed '
en the waj to In'Kinning of Leading the fund solicitation ef-
uciiuii o! the hospital. fort, in addition to Ruskin. are Max
Ll will be broken on Sun- Orovitz, president of the hospital;
,, 14. u was announced by Dr. S. Charles Werblow, chairman
of the doctors' division; Leonard r
kining of work on this latest Wien. Chairman, and Isadora ,
Vtothe hospital facilities Heeht. vice chairman of the initial I
Lr Miami is appropriately 'fts ^vision; Jacob Sher. chair-,
------! man of the newly-formed Founders
of Mount Sinai hospital; Carl Suss-
kind and Leo A. Chaikin. co-chair-
men of the commercial division;
and Aaron Kanner, chairman of
general solicitations.
"Clearing of Collins Island will
begin immediately upon comple-
tion of the new bridge in a few
leration Slates
riant Talks
titive committee of the
Miami Jewish Federation
bet Tuesdaj evening,
I the Algiers hotel.
^rtant item- on the agenda -n
P weeks," he said.
J. Gerald Lewis.
chairman of
Mount Sinai hospital building
a discussion and report on
fccted studj oJ Jewish ado- ;^cr^e briflw will
".""'"'.:...!?>n^!" long and approximately
and planning committee, said the
105 feet
30 feet
etaire-Ume study Federa- wjd wjfh 24.footwide> roa(J
d S"V" ^S? f5? and six-foot-wide sidewalks.
Leon Lowenstein, chairman of
the board of M. Lowenstein and
Sons, will receive the third an-
nual Joint Defense Appeal Hu-
man Rights Award, it was an-
nounced by Philip E. Hoffman,
chairman of the IDA National
Council. Presentation to the na-
tionally known textile leader
and philanthropist will take
place at the inaugural dinner of
the JDA fall campaign on Tues-
day, Oct. 9, in New York's Wal-
dorf-Astoria hotel.
---------------------------------1' >*
Meeting Due Tuesday
Meeting of Sunshine Rebekah
lodge 9 is scheduled Tuesday eve-
ning at 1828 Alton rd. Mrs. Rose
Yatchie will preside.
Coifing Purdue Alumni
Purdue alumni will join with
former residents of Lafayette, Ind.,
at a splash party Friday in the
Ocean Ranch hotel. Swimming will
be available from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.,
with a buffet supper at 7 p.m. fol-
lowed by dancing. Reservations for
the supper may be made through
Pat Davis.
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nships: anil campaign organ-
i for the 1957 Combined Jew-
bpeat.
sonday noon, Sept. 24, mem-
I the buduct cuinnuttee have
asked hy chairman Alvin Cas-
iconvene in the 1-Vdcration of-
discuss allocations to Mt.
ospitai.
Collins Island is adjacent to the
present hospital grounds at 4300
Alton rd.
"It seems apDropriate." Ruskin
stated, "that the dream of the
founders of Mount Sinai hospital
will at last be translated into real-
ity on this Wonderful Isle of
Dreams." Station WIOD. whose call
letters spell out these words, was
one of the first occupants of the
island.
Ruskin pointed out that the new
m A. Friedman has been ap-iMo"nl Sinai's unique plans are de-
mcmhcrship campaign signed to take the greatest advan-
n of the Town Branch, -age of the natural beauties of the
site. "All patient rooms will have
an imposing view of Biscaync Bay
or the Miami skyline," he said.
"This peaceful island setting is ex-
pected by medical men to be help-
ful to the recovery of patients."
L-dmc.. Heads
fmber Drive
pr Miami Jewish Community
ge Friedman's appointment
evealed here Wednesday by
>hip coordinator Bernard
Her.
Be Friedman is scheduled to
the Ft Lauderdak B'nai
lodge Tuesday evening at
e Emanu-EI, with Rabbi
i RariMin as host He is a na-
B'nai B'rith Youth commis-
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1 tablespoon pineapple syrup (from the same can)
2 tablespoons light brown sugar
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Friday, |
ctZJ,
MRS. STANLEY UtSUM
calm o
Candlelight Rites
Scene of Gandall,
Bresler Wedding
In a candlelight ceremony at the
Eden Roc hotel. Mid Jeannic Susan
Gandall became the bride of Stan-
It v Arthur Bresler on Sunday.
Sept. 16. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Gandall. 4710
Pfnetree dr. Miami Beach. The
groom's parents are Mr uid Mrs
William T. Bresler. Cfaica)
The bride wore a floor-length
wedding gown of nylon tulle ami
imported alencon lace, fashioned
with sculptured portrait neckline,
studded with paillettes and p<
chort sleeves and matching gaunt-
lets i he ver) bouffant -kin with
alencon appliques formed a very
graceful chapel tram. Her finger
tip-length veil of French illusion
was held on a matching lace bon-
net
v Judy Greenberg, of Dallas,
was maid ol honor, and Mrs Joseph
Rubin, San Antonio, acted ,,. ma-
tron of honor Bridesmaids were
Mis i i Barson and Lorraine
fra. They wore ballerina formats
ol nylon in a lovely shade of
ma:
The bride carried a white prayer
bo ik, decorated, with two white
orchids and a cascade ol thaelanop-
-- orchids.
William .1 Bresler was best man.
Ushers were Gabe Ash, Joseph Ru-
bin and Roger Gandall Hall Green-
berg was nn^tM'arer.
The bride attended the Iniver-
sit) ol Miami and belongs to Delta
Phi Epsilon The groom attends
Roosevelt University and belongs
to Alpha Epsilon PL
After a reception and dinner in
the lions Lisa room of the Eden
Roc, the couple left for an extended
honeymoon In Las Vegaa and Cali
forma They will make their home
in Chicago.
MKS. MKHAIL SIGAL
Her Sister Was Maid tfiW
After a honeymoon in Nassau Her uyl
Rudy Rindom and his bride of honor w **" Hi
Sept. 2. the former Abby-Joan Gold- mother /. nn
finger, are at home at 1340 SW 21st of honor L* u "**'
ter a "Opt u-Tj
Their wedding took pl.ee ln the MartJ'X*1"'*
Algiers hotel, where the wedding Mr RmdnJ"'.*- a*f
dinner and reception also were EIU Hma ^"^i
held. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan officiated ei, werp"";'?^
a< ,he rit" Kn-igle" ,J* *
The brtctr is the daughter of Mr. Block an,v
and Mrs. Bernard Robert Goldfing
er, 1750 71st St., Miami Beach
Honeymoon Was
In Haiti, Jamaica
Their honeymoon trip was to
Haiti and Jamaica. Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Jay Baum were married Aug.
29 in the Eden Roc hotel by Rabbi
Leon Kronish
The bride is the former Suzanne
Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Wolf. 5565 LaGorce dr., Miami
Beach. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Baum. 1634
Washington ave., Hollywood. Fla.
For the 12:30 p.m. ceremony, the
bride's sister, Arlene Wolf, was
maid of honor, and Morton Baum
served his brother as best man. The
wedding reception also was held in
the Eden Roc.

mks. nor KIMDOM
Seidman, Segal
In Temple Vows
Following a Daytona Beach wed-
ding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Louis Segal of Miami will make
their home in Gainesville at 1608
HW 2nd ave.
The couple was married at 5 p.m..
Aug. 26. in the study at Temple
Israel with Rabbi Joseph Narot of-
ficiating.
The bride is the former Sally-
Ann Seidman. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Seidman. 601 SW 20th
ave. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Segal. 535
Santander ave.. Coral Gables.
For the ceremony, the bride's
sister, Ruth Seidman, was maid of
honor. The bridegroom's brother.
Fred Segal, served as best man. A
reception was held in the Colum-
bus hotel.
M*S. Aim uar
UISS JOAN WUMAN
Law Student Miss
Freeman's Fiance

nounc-
' 'h' daughter,
I Bruci Pi i mutter,
Mrs Al Perlmutter,
new Pickwick hotel,
1 i ,: v. nd rbilt.
man graduated with
h nors from Miami Beach
Hih Scl.....I and as valedictorian
In dental hygiene school in New
Y< rk. She is now a hygienist on
th. Beach.
' r Perlmutter Is transferring
from Brooklyn law school to the
1 er-ity of Miami law school to
Ct I plete his last year.
1 he wedding will take place with-
in the next few months, upon Mrs.
Freeman's return from Europe.
Orthodox Ritual At Betrothal Fete
('hnXw!nn(!,"',ir ;ud ,rW'n ar> ***> fraternity. Future
sa7u;:;:>v:.;i:.n^g""H,;"ly owwd r f -*
The ^de-elect Is the daughter Her fiance graduated from New
su '.; -n J""": S,"""'r lM York Universit) with a BA degre!
" zz rd. The groom s parents are in 1889 and i,,,,..,.,,. ... v,.......
the <; rhristie
Island, N V
Rabbi Ya r Rosenl Beth
..,,i .-._____
in 1952 and University ol Miami
Long law school this .-car. receiving ins
law di grec cum laude Mr Christie
ise editor ol the Law Review,
Hanoi Ya i: enbet I Beth w* case editor of the Law Review
' will perform ''' sneral ol the student
m ceremonj at the engagi '""'-^ "'"' member ol Phi Alpha
menl part) honoring the couple in "''"^ '* fratermtj
the bud. 's hon I ,, ... Th ...____,
' p i
today, involves the breaking ol a __________
platter to symbolise the signing and T/"l~- i.
th. "engagement con- Kleill, bai'SOll
Miss Specter graduated from
ami Senior High School and ;
tended^tephens College at Colum- J and Mrs Material J. Kle.r
Ma.Uo She is currenUy enrolled 3040 Alton rd and Barry I B -
at the University ..i Ml.ni shl. son son Mr ,,, Mrs },""''
"'""- to Kappa Delts honor- Baraon. 2880 Ptoetree dr w,!,
nrried in the chapel ol Beth j,.,.
ivid < ongregation Aug. 21
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg per-
lormed he ceremony.
' engagement con-
Ml. Exchange Vows
Janice Ann Klein, daughter of
MISS ubby smovi
Spilove, Blank
Plan for January
Mr and Mrs Ilarrv BpUove.Vhil-1
adeiphia. Pa., announce tl
'' their daughter. Lib! i
Herbert M Bla, Mr I,,,,,
.mi
pilove i- a
Pierce
Bu ioi.
Senior
his undei
I
attending the
Penn
in June
He Is a member ,.f ,., K iN
PW fraternity at the Universkyol
Jd and vice chancellor of Gam
"-Omega Phi optometric !
mty at Penn State.
An engagement party will be giv-
en m the coupb-s honor Phila-
de phi. Sept 30 They are planning
a January wedd.ng. 8 i
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Miss Schoenberg,
Dr. Kaplan Make
Weddings Plans
Mlaa Muriel Schoenberg and Dr.
Edgar Carl Kaplan are engaged.
They're now making plans t ,r the
wedding, although no date has !
set yet
The in i.-.-led is the datfhter
"f Mr. and Mr*. Max Schoenberg.
I.
Her fi.nK. "| parents are Mr. and
Mi s Mark 0, Kaplan. 1729 SW 18th
ave. Miami.
Miss Schoenberg attended Hone
High School and the Rhode Island
Spital School of Practical Nurs-
ing at Providence. She belongs to
Ge*aJ Cables Young Adults and
Temple Israel Young Adults.
Dr. Kaplan is a graduate of A.P.I
School of Veterinary Medicine.
New York
For Miss
Miamian Myra Sacfcu
Paradeen Manor in Jietl
the site of her wedanjl
Lockowitz. 141 SWSMt
Robert Kingeroth pens
Sept. 1 ceremony.
The bride, daughter of ]
Mrs Robert V. SchockesJ
14th -t was given in
'her parent".
Her gown of silk i .
,tured long sleeves, mat i
'banded with rhantillylacei
broidered with iridesteat <
and purl- Her thr
.extended into ID
train
Her illusion veil nil
a headpiece of indesctatj
and sequins.
Shi' carried white
bin -,,! the valley on ai
to the bridegnnal
ternal grandfather.
Mi Samuel L
tron of honor. Muidrfl
Kile, n Lockowitl, lie I
sister
The hndegroon isttM
and Mrs. Irving LibsnHj
N.Y. Sol Hcich was bis 1
U/i ndy Sue Schorkw.th|
niece is flower pA-
Mr and Mr- Lockiwarl
-id. .,i 4240 SW 1*M
tinue their studies al *'
Mty of Miami.
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\lS ANDjTRAWBttRIES
:coth Calls for Eating of Fruit;
[ These Recipes Add Zest to Occasion
,REGINAFRISCHWASSER
bits are traditionally fine eat-
i, Succoth. whether they are
in the Succah or at gather-
narkiny this ancient Hebrew
hi. which follows so closely
iRo.-h Hashona and Yom Kip-
the woman inclined to pre-
fer family with added delight-
fcatiny marking the occasion,
. and rakes made with fruit
principal!* (ailed for. These
[been long-time favorites ev-
here:
Cinnamon D*tt Cak
lups fresh California dates
up boiling water
Lup shortening
lup sugar
fups sifted flour
tasponn salt
leaspotin cinnamon
It. -i1 '"n baking soda
leaspoon baking powder
Pit dates and slice thinly. Pour
boiling water over the dates and let
Strawberry Puff
*2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon cornstarch
2 eggs
1 cup milk
1 cup whipping cream
1 teaspoon vanilla
12 lady fingers
''4 cup strawberry preserves
Mix sugar, cornstarch and a few
UM Evening Division Proves Learning
Is Not a Monopoly of Young Students
That "learning is not a monopoly
of youth" will be proved again this
year by the thousands of Miamians
who annually enroll in evening
classes at the University of Miami.
This fall. 457 classes will be open
business administration, education,
arts and sciences, engineering, law
and music. The other 1,467 were
enrolled in non-credit courses.
For Miamians, classes are offered
at Koubek Center, 27th ave. and
to adults for evening study in to- g* 3rd st> at Miami Edison High
gree or industrial training pro-'
grams or in general education
rds Eye Adds
Pies, Juice
Fine Products
Iw on sale at Ini/en food coun-
|throughout the Greater Miami
ire Birds Eye frozen apple and
ir> Fruit Pies in a convenient
cunce sin
be this j| the perfect weekend
onsewives to partake of these
bed Bird- Eye products, since
introduction to Greater Mi-
|tnncidi'> with the celebration
oth.
iere is no hotter way to mark
Mh than with fruit and fruit
Koch a- these baked by Birds
fcirientally. added to Birds Eye's
Wei "t Iruit juices is a six-
' can of Frozen Concentrated
I Juice, made trom New York
wd Grapes. -ST.
stand until cool. Cream shorten- grains of salt. Beat eggs well
ing with sugar and add vanilla the milk and stir in dryTngredierT
frlr" *a,en .* Si "ourAdd vanilla, beat well and cook in
together with remaining dry ingre- a double boiler until mixture thick-
dients. Add alternately date mix- ens and coats a spoon. Chill and
ture to creamed mixtures, blending add to whipped cream and add va-
well. Turn into greased 9x9 inch "''I"' Split ,adv fingers in halves
pan and bake in a moderate ovcn and.a,-ran8e'" ^erbet glasses. Top
350Mor 45 minutes to one hour "^ ^^^ 8nd *arnish
with strawberry jam.
Beth Sholom Ladies Stress Membership
Mrs_ Sol S^Pine. president of :Seph Friedman, Harry Smith Stan-
S.sterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. ford Pierce. Norman Art in How-
revealed Sisterhoods first major ard E. Lessner, Neil Sen ?f Ben-
snrD tea on W *? T^**." lifter. Leonard Silverman
ship tea, on Wednesday afternoon | Performers were Mrs Norman
in the new Sisterhood lounge andArkin. Mrs. Michael Mersel Mrs
"irTHlwr k- c. fc*" R KaP|an" Mrs Nathan
Mrs. Harry W. Greenborg. Sister- Brenner, Mrs. Albert Shapiro and
hood vice president and member- Mrs. David Miller
ship chairman was in charge of Teddy Lane accompanied at the
the function. Mrs. Alexander Rob- piano.
bins. Stoterhood past president, | ----------------------.___________
served as hospitality chairman, and
Mrs. Norman J. Russ served as
chairman-of-the-day.
Trixie Levin, well-kown local the-' Jud-V Shapiro, daughter "of Rabbi
'and Mrs. David Shapiro, will be
courses of a cultural or recretional
nature.
At the University of Miami has
grown amazingly in the past 10
years, so has its evening division,
as comparative enrollment figures
illustrate.
Back in 1945, before the influx
of veterans which challenged uni-
versity administrators to expand
! facilities, 309 adults of an overall
[enrollment of 1,923 students were
'enrolled in evening classes.
Ten years laterSeptember, 1955
[4.635 of 12,145 students were en-
rolled in evening-only classes.
Expectations this year, according
to Dean of the Division, Dr. Dan
,Steinhoff, Jr., are that even more
members of the community will
take advantage oMhe educational
programs offered.
Since most evening students
\ work during the day, their average
'age is "over 30." Last year, 3.178 j
I were working towards degrees in j
School, 6100 NW 2nd ave., as well
as on the university campus.
MISS JUDY SHAPIRO
A Rabbi's Daughter Returns trom a Year Spent in Israel
atrical producer, prepared a spe-
cial skit for the occasion in *** .H^HnTw*^^ *
a fashion show by Harriet Stroke! Miss Shapiro, a junior at Bran-
was featured. Performers and deis University, spent the past year
models were members of Sister-1 'n ,ne State of Israel on a combin-
I ed work and study course for Zion-
jist youth leaders sponsored by the
Jewish Agency. "Israel, the Land
of Eternal Hope." will be the theme
of Miss Shapiro's talk.
Miss Shapiro attended school in
Madison, Wis., and later in Miami
Beach, before entering Brandeis
University. She was active in Sen-
ior Young Judaea in high school,
and in the summer of 1952, was
settlements, including a collective rael's link with the past, present
farm (Kibbutz) and a newly estab- 'and future, symbolizing the eternal
lushed immigrant village (Moshav).
Miss Shapiro returned to the
spirit of the Jewish people."
Rabbi Shapiro will officiate
at
were
hood and of Mr. and Mrs. Club.
Models were the Mesdames Jo-
Program to Feature
Succoth Festival
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president
of Miami Beach chapter, Mizrachi ......m iimum vm *** was
Women, has revealed that Ae chap- the recipient of a scholarship given
ter will hold a Succoth party Sun-! y the Zionist Youth Commission
day evening at Beth Jacob Syna- enabling her to visit Israel for
eight weeks.
When she entered Brandeis. she
States on Aug. 22, by way of Eur-1 the service. Cantor Yehudah L.
ope, where she visited Italy, Switz- Heilbraun and the Temple choir
jerland. France and England. wjii chant the liturgy. An Oneg
'During my year in Israel." Miss eu uu u .
! Shapiro said "I could not help Shabbat' '" honor f M,ss Shapu"0'
I but be impressed by the existence ^ follow the service._________
I of the Biblical sites and landmarks <^^^r^rJ^r^^.JJ.^^^s^s^USM^y^_Jf
' side-by-side with the 20th Cen- j rJflTIf F-
tury developments that mark mod-1
em Israel. Along side Megiddo, one. Businessmen & Housewives
!of King Solomon's trading centers,
stands a Kibbutz of the same name.
In the South, stands Beersheba I
itional Executive
rted by Congress
m chapter ol the American
- will open its new tig.
pnat a me.; ,, Wednesday
' iept. 2-. al Koubek Center,
1 su .mi.
N -''' r will he Mrs. Leon-
Irvine, national executive di-
r "f "'<' Women's Division of
Mress \ holiday program in
of the NeW year will be
fd by Mrs. Irving Quartin.
Jesses for the day will be
l^sepn Weisman and Mrs. Ben-
n Kamen.
gogue.
Rabbi Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob
spiritual leader, will be guest joined the Student Zionist Organ-
speaker. Cantor Maurice Mamches ization, and in her sophomore year,
will offer a musical program, high- \ was elected president of the Boston
lighting themes of the Succoth fes-;l>istrict. As a result of her leadcr-
tival. ship and participation in the move-
Chairman is Mrs. Edna Selis. as-'ment, Miss Shapiro was chosen by
sisted by Mrs. Ida Wessel, Mrs. | S.Z.O. and the Jewish Agency
Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Rose Lus-
where Abraham and Jacob both
lived for some time.
"Today it is the frontier center
of Israel. As one considers these
contrasts of ancient and modern
Israel, the realization comes of Is-
Wt need furniture, dishes, linen, cloth-
ing, etc. anything that can be resort.
Pleose bring it to or call the
Jewish Home For The Aged
Thrift Shop
5246 NX 2nd Avi.
Ph. PL 1 3949
Optn All Day Sunday
Miens Open Season
Hypnotist to Charm
N. Dade Sisterhood
Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish
Center will feature the "Dan j
Schmidt Comedy Show." mystic!
master of hypnotics, on Saturday
evening as one of its biggest events
of the season.
Mrs. Ralph Robin, program chair-
man, said Wednesday that "this is
Geor., r not a magic show or a lecture. It
i. chairman of hi dean comedy entertainment
is
with audience participation, com-
bining relaxation with laughter.
Schmidt presents a performance
that holds his audience on the edge
of "their seats during every minute
ptMHMfetrt, senior citizens
Fa,d With Temple Beth Sho-
Umnoun,,.. ita first open meet.
(****) noon, Sep.. 25, in
We banque, hall. The rune- he ITob .'he **
M the lorm of a lunch-1 Former president of the Penn-
'" which Rabbi Leon Kronish sv,van'a Psychological Research In-
N'ual leader of the conereea- s,i,ute- "Schm'dt ranks today as
. K one of the foremost exponents of
J 6uest of hypnotic sciences in America," Mrs.
to
spend a year in Israel on scholar-
ship. The curriculum included a
combination of study in Jerusalem,
field trips throughout the land, and
practical wort in the various set-
tlements.
She came in contact not only
with the native-born Israelis, but
also with the refugees who have
arrived in Israel in recent years.
In her work in the colonies, she
had occasion to spend some time
in the varied types of agricultural
Robins explained.
%
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* the home of
I*** a
SUNSHINE FASHIONS*
S '"" off.
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M|AMI 1CACH FT. lAUDMDAU WIST PAUd iUOl
Home Auxiliary
Gets Season Start
First meeting of the season of
the Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary to the Jewish Home for the
Aged will take place at the Algiers
hotel on Tuesday noon, Sept. 25.
Mrs. Sol Silverman will preside.
Invocation will be given by Mrs.
Benjamin Appel. honorary presi-
dent. The meeting is dedicated to
the Sidney Appel medical fund.
Mrs. Louil -M;ikovsky. program
chairman, will present the medical
staff of the Home in a panel dis-
cussion featurinj Maurice Pearl-
stein, executive director, as moder-
ator.
Question and answer period will
follow.
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Ethroq and Lulav Ingredients of Miami Succoft Services
Succoth is the Jewish festival being celebrated thS weekend an H.u.....v. ,Yol*L|4B*** ^. ft
ejr Miami-Special services are scheduled for Thursday and Friday.
Tradit.onal symbol of the fest.val is the Succah. or booth a temporary encloKd *?"**d
with flowers and other greenery to remind Jews of the dwellings in which the ane.ent Israelites
during their wanderings through the desert. ___ ..._._ '
AI>o symbolsof Succoth are the traditional ethrog-or citron-and lulav. moH popularl> akin to a palm
fr< nd.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
v*. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Kuccoth "ii--M,iiii.' Thurada) v SB
s..- in< n Sui i oth s% mbol nl
1'lllr .1 '1 Rod' pliOll I ml.II V 10
Sermon MT rn
-., irda)
bj Rabbi R i
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
CA'"""'~:tTING TMl
Tishri 16 6:29 p.m.
1--ii,i ii ,....' i:.. bhl I.. V
ftoekl Pol >"'"
vah leronv I ">'" I" '
J3r JHii
ar
James Krisel to
Be Bar Mitzvah
James Arthur, son of Mr., and
Mr- Jack H. Krisel. 2476 SW 20th
si will become Bar Mitzvah at
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th Beth David Congregation. Saturday.
st. Roform. Rabbi Joseph Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen
berg. Cantar.William W. Lipson.
- ,,., \\ -ilay
,.i RJrmon' "Tin- lilmo of
\ Thurad
iloi \-." Fi
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I bj Mi and Mra. Louli
PI Ida ,; M
it .- foi i hr t S:13 pAn Ber-
Pti< W ladom of Bolomoi 8 fou M
nrfju 9 n Ba r Mllsvi > i Idiy *
d ir," eon of Mr and Mi .!. Krl

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TEMPLE SINAI of Nprth Miami.
P. O. Box 478. North
form.

Sept 22. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
will conduct the service, assisted
by Cantor William W. Lipsoo.
James is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High, and
has been attending religious school
orth Miami. .lt,|ielh David for eight, years, I
Miami. *e*f ^|r. Mrt MA M. Gioaterg. aHlftl*
t.. ii
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
avo. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lthr- .
TEMPLE ZION.
St. Conservative.
Waxman.
r|V4Mtt
parents of the Bar Mitzvah. have
arrived from Israel for the occa-
sion
field. Cantor Abraham Soil.

K
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Louis Gartonhaus.
of Succoth Th
:i Si i Anal ch of thi Pi
. ,>n.-> Crowd Prid II p in
'"The Im-
n of j r I
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LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1801 S. Andrews ave., Ft. Lauder-
dale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Han-
son.
BETH EMETH.
ave. Conservative.
12201 NW 7th
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
rren.
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
i I
.1 Mi .-.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.'
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
i Ital S
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantz.
. ..
I'M. Sii" .iii and l h Ins
i;uii.i i. r nl i v H Eb
"Thank** > aa Nol B bai .
faturdaj I in
\\ til I Hit .ill! Wii'nl. I HIK
.. SVy 17th! The Ginsbergs have been resid-
Bfck ii a mg ,hero for the past seven vear"'
Kabo. Airroa ^^ Mf Ginsberg y le,der ^ *
ithe educational field and serves as
re-
u*is insa
. vice president of the world
nownvd "Slobotka Yeshiva."
Arriving from New York, are Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Steinraetz, Mrs.
Krisel s brother and sister-in-law,
Mr and Mrs Harry Heller, Mrs. [
Frieda Rubin, sister of Mr. Krisel,'
|and the Jack Shorsteins.
TORAH TEMPLE 1254 West The B"F Mi,rvah wiil ** honor-! Sistrrho.,,1 | Beth El Coupml
. IlrST iudai." |SS ed at a K.dd.sh wh.ch wi.l follow ^^^i
the service.
Sisterhood to Mi]
Beth El Couple
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Siorn. Cantor Maurice Mamches.








BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ave. Orthodox. Ribbi Arie Becker.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Reckov-
sky.

CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320
Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Siop. Cantor Irving Robinson.
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
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Abraham Cassel.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
d .- i
l.n
ilitj PhlUp
i. i rln
NORTH SHORE CENTER.
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Can'^r Edward Klein.
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International AZA
President Honored
A formal dance to honor George
Lefcoe, newly elected international
620 president of Aleph Zadik Aleph. of


1 Mluvah
..in! "
SOUTH DADE JEWISH
TER. S. Miami Community
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard.
M
M
1:. ii
tin B'nai B'nth Youth Or^aniza
tmn. was held Saturday at the
home of Mr. and M^ Ben BirrII.
1339 (oral Way.
George was elected at the annual
international convention held on
the campus of the 1 'niverMty of
Illinoi- The international organ- Gerald.
Rosenberg at a Succoth party
day evening in Beth El.
Mr. Rosenberg is treasurer(*
congregation Mrs. Rosenbtnjij
Sisterhood board member
Chairman of the affair is fti
Shmaryahu Swirsky. Mrs. SolftJ
ger is Sisterhood presidenL
The Rosenbergs came lo Mael
some seven years ago (roe lafl
more, where they were also j
members of the Jewish coaaafl
During the High Holy DajieU
Rosenberg officiated at im
prayers, offering hissemnsgajj
to Beth El.
son
Flagler Organizes
Theater Group
Flagler Granada Jewish Coe>j
nity Center has announwdtbrfej
mation of a (. ommunitv TasnJ
Group.
be dwddl

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Sam-
uel Gomberg.

PLAGLER -GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Heim.
-n. anaj i
i | .
.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
st. Orthodox. Rabbi A'exander
Gross.
i Thurada
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I'lfiuila of (Iloi v S.i vi. ... m
be Ii.nr. i I.) .,,,;,., Mori i- I
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I ui Ki.i.hi-n Pi Ida) :. I ,.
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Histadcut Hears Cabled Promise
HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS. 951 uJ?!? B'NAI SH0-OM. 2701
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab- -T '83rdlst Conservative. Cantor
rcu i/aiion consists of over 15000 mem- n^."k^^-"nioie a I 'I^,e group will be ditrMi
CE.N, l-rswith chapters ,n various parTs w,l^ iJr M^"^ T' JaCk L S*m' ^^ ^
-I the world, including Mexico and ^^ Mitzvah Saturday University school of dnni.
England morning at the orth Shore lew- casting fur the fir^t play ef
George ii now Mtending hart 'sh Center. Rabbi Mayer Abra- 1956-1957 season wts tf HM
mouth College and enrej u vice mwitt will oliiciate. Gerald ia ter on Mondae
preeidenl of the ephoinore class a student in the religious school i -The Curious Savage." ^j
cOUTHwF icvuk-u fCUItt I!' '" ,,:;;' ,'r,s"i,'n' "' ti>* Grrter of the Center and attends Nauti-,Fifth Season." "Lady intheDatfl
Mi?waTu 7i "NTER 1;""' BB^ """"" """ lus Junior High. I.nd "Kind U.h" will bePH
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab- Chapter of AZA. the Plorida region
b. Abraham Levitan. ;,n ;. -, George Wduatej) f,m Ifiaml
" '^rrnon S Z EL^'''' ,! '"'[' '" "^ *** Le^owoder spearheaded a .tary; Aaron l.iebman. as-dat^
Z^n c ^ :'ru '''U,] rro"n' ""*"* f Gre" Miami retary; Solomon Halpenn
Forensic League and Beta wrvic. Histradu. Committee which heard secretary
i, ,. la .special remirt hv thi> nnunin. i Sam Schachno. comptrow
He i- he son of Mr ami Mrs.
Maurice Lefcoe, 21211 SM 21-1 st M.^h
; J v pn-sLnted k(, lude Ur L ^ } z J^. lw ,,, j Berge*-J
l AfbSl Si. president-elect '"n- ^ *llU>n MU,er K,>Pkin,, ^
"' Diatrict 5. B'nai Brith, was
among gueata of honor, u well as
Mra George Baltuch. presidenl ol
Bnal Brith Wemeaa Council, and
Sidnej Efronion, Men'a Council
lent
1 p in.
sat u
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
H ..... 1 W
Mi and Mm V\llll,
.....Ir. 1, .
1 1 I",
Rabbi Kr. nl
llistradut Committee which heard secretarv"
pnal report by the organiza-1 Sam Schachno. con.
is new executive director, cob Rearsi.n. chairman
he Bernian .sers club committee; Dr. I l"
treasurer; Ben Mimnberg, secre- mittee
p in
Sil .ll.l.i.
bi Boris Rackovsky.
ii ..:.-. i-\. 1. ,. \\ ,.,!
V Th Hoi 1 ,. .1
'.' I ii x
! I Krldai
The VeB Hauvlei Holitia)
.
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th st.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., HollywooH. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Ma.'avsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
T
oth." -
Ben Grossberg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Ho"1 '' ,,,.1 wart/in. ,n
To Mark Simchas Torch
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iy, September 21. 1956

Students Wflt Air Americanism Views
All Miami area junior high and Box 7043 Lurilam Rra,.h
high schiol ..students-- arc eligible 36, Fla **' M,ami
to participate in an essay contest I A UnitnH :# n
.sponsored by the Gilbert J. Balkin'savings Bond w 11 be ore^T
lodge of B-nai BVlth in connection the JlnnE? I iden,' whUe ,ne
S..X* 7 Am^icanisIm P* ^hool which he or she aUcnds will
on National Holidays."
Deadline is Oct. 12, and all en-
tries should be submitted to Gil-
bert^ Balkin lodge 2079, P. o.
PAGE 1
T-
WiKon Friedman, Rep. Cliff Her-
rell and Judge Stanley Milledge.
George Talianoff, regional director
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, will act as master of
ceremonies at the dinner.
UOMAfO ViltH
Sen to Head
iai's Gift Division
in ft, Kuskm. chairman of the
Jit 9inai hospital development
I this week announced the ap-
Inuiit ot Leonard A. Wien, Mi-
[Beai-ri hotel owner and civic
fcr. in chairman of the fund's
gifts division, winch is rc-
Ejble for raising S2.000.000 of
bore than M.ooo.000 needed
|uil lllount Sinai hospital.
nen is ;i vice president and for-
Ureasurer >! Mount Sinai hos-
jand a governor of the Greater
ni Jewish Federation. He was
trnan of the Miami Beach divi-
[oi the Community Chest this
knting out that it was Wien
Inamcd and created the format
Mount Sinai annual Jubilee,
Ih raises funds to make up the
lilal- operating deficit. Ruskin
I ih.it "Wren's successful, dy-
c leadership of many import-
fcyic drives in the past augurs
fur fiw Access (it the initial
I division's efforts for the de-
bment fund.''
f/fuol leader Honored
uihwc-t Jewish Center and
hood will honor Rabbi and
Abraham Levitan at a recep-
ollowing Friday evening serv-
Hn charge ol arrangements for
Dneg Shahhal are Mrs. Benja-
Marks and Mrs. Djuretta
lodge Nov. 11, at the Biscayne Ter
race hotel.
Among community members who
have volunteered to serve as
judges for the contest are Judge
Program
Third in a series on "Evenings
With Yiddish Culture" was held
Tuesday at the Miami Beach Com-
munity Center.
Hy Rose, director of educational
programming for the Miami Beach
Recreation Department, was in
charge of arrangements.
Featured on the program was
"Avraham ReisinPeople's Poet,"
and subjects were "ReisinMan
and Writer," by Rose; "Reisin
Story-teller and Historian," by Ja-
cob Ix'stschinsky; "I and the
.World," "You Ask Me My Friend"
and "Mah Komash Malon," three
songs, by Jacob Fisjiman.
| Also "The Passport," by Mrs.
Clara Langsner; "To Late," by
Beryl Morrison; "Four Poems." by
I Mrs Manya Shubov; "It is Shak-
ing," by Max Astor; "Blessings of
,the Father," "On the Nile," "Ja-
cob's Dream" and "A Little Ham-
mer," four songs, by Frances Ber-
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Dick Gerstein Eves November Franchise to take Office
As his offtice stands today. the
State Attorney deals with charged
involving first degree murder,
kidnappins. supplying nar-
rotiee to miQora and similar mat-
ters. He i- also legal advisor to
the Grand Jury
But Dick Gerstein is looking for
ward to a constitutional amend-
ment on which Florida will
ii vote in November. "This
amendment is seeking to abolish
the office "I County Solicitor.
whose duties will be delegate I I i
the State Attorney. This will make
Durable to that in
i11-1 ahout every ether state In
. ifeet, it l nal:e th State At-
torney a districVattornev-i^a man
ble of trul) enforcing the
Gerstein i- the Democratic per-
ty's nominee for State Attorney
in th.> November general election.
"Of course. I hope the amend-
ment passes. It was offered to
Florida in 1952 and failed because
of the traditional battle hetween
the other counties and the Dade-
Broward area which alone voted
for it."
In thi*. Gerstein has the sup-
port <>f present County Solicitor
John IV Marsh. In 1952. when he
w.i- practicing law on Miami
Rnach. Gerstein became Marsh's
Beach campaign manager and lat-
i r was the only assistant on
Marsh's staff, continuously help-
ing m the prosecution ol cases in
criminal court.
*
A STRING OF RECORDS
Gerstein sees hmwlf "an eligi-
ble but not confirmed bachelor "
He lives with hi- mother. Ethel,
10 SM 20th si Miami, and
one of hi- hobbies i- music.
"Like most everyone else, I've
got the Hi-Fi bug. but I didn't
build the phonograph mysell
Vhen it comes to doing anything
myself, I'm dead. If I turn on the
"ii of my car. and the mot >r
fail- to turn over. I ve had It.
The youngest man ever to be
nominated for state Utornej in
Dade enmity aod with the highest
vote eve* eapturd In a ta
wide race throughout Florida.
to our
i o net tiveeflecl
cy.
|; was a ireel
me." he observes h ippily, 'that
this was no bar. and I feel it I
a splendid conunentarj on democ-
in action Gerstein i
i: mi ,< trad tionall) Ji wish '
Hishrti ry S item,
who -
live in the Antl ft
i h tein is pat
lent ol a B'nai B rith
and h" i- currently on the board
vernors of the i Miami
Jewish led.'ration and a member
ol 11 mple Israel.

THf WfW YIAK AM AD
Today, Gerstein practices law
at office- in the AJnalej Mdg. He
i- product of the University of
Miami law school and was what
student- respectfully call B. T. 0.
ihiK time operatori on campus. At
the (' of If, he wa- president four I
ol Phi Epsilon Pi, president
of the Interfraternity Council.'
Ii-ted in "Who.- \\ ho in American
Colleges and Universities' 1940
and 1947. -port- editor of the Hur-
ricane and sport- editor of Ibis
He received 'he BBA degree in
February, 1M7 and the I.I.B de-
t two yean later
in February, 195. Gerstein was
1 pre-ident of the Young
Democrat- of Florida, and he. of
course, count- himself a "Steven
-on man."
I rtainly. Steven-on- ap-
proach i- on a high level." he
Bays. I believe it i- a proper
characteristic of a candidate to
speak intelligentlyto elevate
the standard! of the people rather
than to cater to their negative in
-unit- Politic- must no be a
dirtj word A politician must not
object of suspicion.
"Politics and the politician
must represent lh highest stand-
ards ot American democracy
William Howard Taft ran
I | .,,..;-.., h. answered his op-
ponents' .barge- that be was too
. bj telling the voter- 'You
don't want a bricklayer ai vow
-i nator, do you?'
Gerstein's belief in a nut-hell
j \o one needs to be ashamed
to display hi- oce."
Thus, on the oecastoa of his
33rd birthday, Gerstein looks to
November for final justification
ol In- life's work until 'hi- point,
red tor the challenge ahead.
In hopes to till an office which
employs 22 assistants and 35 sec-
retaries.
it is a Mi w Year for Gerstein
filled with promise, another hirth-
i\.\\ that ha- marked a -ignilicant
period in hi- career.
Friday,
KKMAMD CUSTOM
Mfkwst Uo*dardi
Jerusalem's Mayor to be a Miami
Visitor With Israel Bond Message
The Significance of Succoth
In Terms of Symbols and History
Confinvrd from Pooa 4
I-rael a- well as amont'-t the component
exist among the neonle of
part- ot the human mind.
Other- are impressed with the fact that the -trons point of the palm
tree lie- in it- head and thi- indicates that the strongest factor in the
human being should be hi< head or his mind. Some compare the sev-
enty year life -pan of the average individual as stated by the Psalmist
fleeted in the seventy years vhich is the length of time needed by
the palm tree to reach it- full he.jht.
Why Ar Three Myrtle Twigs Tied to the Palm Branch?
The myrtle twig was selected a- one of the -pecie- because it- leaves
fold over in a harmonious appearance, again indicating the unit} that
Should exist among a people r in a family. Furthermore, the leaves
-eem to be evenly spaced a- it they were planned to give the impres.
sion of orderly arrangement, another requirement for a good .....(v
The requirement that there be three twig- of nnrtle i- -.,| to reflect
the three patriarch- of the Jewi-h people. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

Why are Two Willow Branches Tied to the Palm Branch?
The willow branch is considered representative of woridlint
contrast to the abstract in life. Since it has neither ta-te nor aroma ,t
seems of little permanent valuejust as the passing pleasure- of thi-
life which neither educate nor support society Vet the) are Decessan in
order to have a full life. Judai-m thus combine- all element- ol
well a- all element- of society.
ConfiuM**" from oe* I
Ing in Israel's capital city For-
merly director-general of infor-
mation for the Government of Is-
rael, hi- achievement- in public
service parallel a long career as
editor and puhli-her of a newspa-
per that ha- gained universal di-
tinction for it- accurate and un-
biased new- reporting.
In announcing the function.
Rabbi Kroni-h -aid "This i- a sig-
nal honor for Temple Beth Sho-
lom Mayor Agron is nn of Is-
rael's able-t representatives on
"Knowing the leadership role
Knowing the leadership role
which so many member- of our
congregation have played in Is-
rael Bond- since the first cam-
paign began in 1951, I am confi-
dent of complete succe-s."
Other members of the commit-
tee include Sol Pine. Irving Ber-
lin. Mrs Joseph Shawmut. How-
ard Miller. Murray Olmick. Wil-
liam Agranove, Jack Fi-hman. Dr.
Maurice Kovnat. Max WeitX, Mor-
ns Alpert. Mrs Aaron Newman.
Mrs Louis Kren-ky. Jack Abbott,
Sam Oritt. Milton Nussbaum,
Dulles Pusl
dipping into
International
Csasiassf ft*, ^M
ad Nation- and nm^J
tention to discharge tW
j* '" the same BflaStfjS
then a. we are bKiav.-jl
a few months ago'' Of,
Ho the MP's reallv ifcMJ
' has hi-way we a
a position to gn i'0 tri* l
rael ... we n do tooVJ]
We couIdiCt."
; When Hugh Oanaeij
|the Labor oppo-itioti (o,^
.vened however, to ask tt,k
of the concern ev.,r)KsJ.
rael. the British Over^l
tinued to refuse arms loin
Prime Minister replied, Ti
discussing trnuforbsd
cuing our own nitieaji
tions I am not preparedai
public statemest now |
.other matter."
Mr. Gaitskell, sumrnhfi
debate for the Oppositkm
again to the theme of jtajj
1-rael There was a danger,!
that Nasser might at I
Haunch an attack agaisat |
raelis "We cannot deoyt
what i- the right an-tir-l
is what the (rovernmratfcej
they -hould do what *>|
pres-ed them to do againi
allow Israel to purdssl
he added.
Labor Zionist
Mark Succoth
THE WEEK... US
Continued from Pag* 4
Picnic Scheduled
By County Chapter
Gordon Gouwens, president of
the Dade county chapter."Muscular
Dystrophy Assn ot America, an-
nounced Wednesday that all per-
sona in the count) suffering from
ular dystrophy, together with
their families are invited to picnic
with the Mt Sinai lodge 1(1 of IOOF
at Pit No 1 | randon Park. Sunday.
Bent 23, from 11 am. throughout
the daj
Irving Levin, lof.K chairman Of
the affair, and also I vice pre-i-
denl .if the Dade county chapter
____________ g" ,,K" "* hope every one ol
Inese '"dividual- win accept our
PPT IT "1u'"'"l"n ;in Vjl. L jheir compan1r,-h,p,,d Jure with
ULL || the pleasures of this outdoor
occasion."
John Serbin. James* Albert. Aaron
Oourshon, Wolfie Cohen, Barry
Cameron, George Sax, Milton
Steinhardt. Harry Simonhoff.
Samual Taran. Simon Wolff, Mor-
timer Wien. Nathan Waldhan.
Harry Orleans, Irving Rothman,
Dr. Harry Rimer. Burnett Roth.
Carl Susskind. William Yanowitz.
Milton Weiss. Harold Zinn. Dr.!
Mortimer D Abrashkin. Joseph L.!
Arkin. Joseph Ash. Leonard Barr.
George Cohen. Morris Cooper, I
David S Denner, Leon J. Ell. J. | Succoth celebration si
A. Cantor. Maurice Hertz. Ralph day evening at the AIpsQ
Lachman. Joseph LeVine, Jack Sponsor- are the Labor]
Muravhhick, Ben Rimer. Jack -emhly here and its ni I
Rosentbal. Fred Somerstein. Jack group-
Udell, Seymour Rubin. Charles Musical pnrtion of the|
Silvers, Bill Bornstein. Joseph feature- Henry Martd.1
Alter, Ben Frarkman and Alfred Mi- AnyuU Melicov at tkt|
Elliot. I Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Fifteen Greater Miami synago- leader of 'oral Way JnukC
gues and temples sold a record- will be principal speate.aM
breaking $140,000 iq State of Is- Morrison will be heard a i|
real Bonds during the High Holy of special readings. DrA.il
Days, chairman Jacob Sher an- ln. pre-ident of the Latel
nounced Wednesday. emhly, is chairman tftttf,
The ligure represents an in ,mng_________i
crease of approximately 50 perl ....
cent over 1955. Sher said The Openings Mill Mill*!
outstanding leadership o( Rabbi g,,,n David nursery i
Yaakov G. Rosenberg and Sey- ,s rupidly reaching if f<
mour B. Liebman and their High wfJ ,,nnounced I
Holy Days committee is reflected jncn. are -till openings hrj
in the results,'" the chairman as-
serted.
North Shore Jewish Center led
all other congregations in Dade
county for the second straight
year, and both Beth David and
Coral Gable- .Jewish Center went
over the $20,000 mark.
two children in the tkwl
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Classes meet every
morning from 9 a">Jf|
with a In lingual progratr
tion to .i regular nurstnT
Five year-olds are al '
for first grade througbn
readme-- program.
anti-Israel
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By virtue of the fact that one im-
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alternative to Mr. Dulles' taeit acceptance of the Suez blockade again-,
Israel shipping but Nasser's final seizure of the canal late last llv
Appeasers never believe they are subject to the ills currentlv
afflicting others. Mr. Dulles has learned nothing from the h, .
Valley. Memel. Danzig. Austria and C/e, ho-lovakia In Lond
to offer up new variants of the old appeasement formula. Mr Iiu'lle-
has no strange lands to sacrifice for the dictators wolfish aim,t,teL
only America's conscience.
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>| S. Shapoff Dies Here at 61;
Was Active in Jewish Community
Simon Shapoff. 61. of 318 cil. and served as a chairman for
rd.. a real <'*ta'e maniieTe l
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hear.--
died Saturday, Sept.
president of the South-
[vic League, Mr. Shapoff had
tcretarv and honorary vice
Lit of the Bureau of Jewish
...... ,*nn nf tlw Ml"
He was one of the or- Federation of Greater Miami.
on. in ......
i of the Uihor Zionist Coun-
LEON C GRANT
Lr-,,llin rtled >!'! II A
,i,, he rame
that group.
A World War I veteran, Mr.
Shapoff was a member of a num-
ber of other groups, Including the
South Florida Zionist Council, the
American Legion, the Farband.
Ben-Gurion branch, and the Jewish
t.ii
[nil I'"
Mr. Shapoff. who came Here from
Baltimore, is survived by his wife,
Sarah; two daughters, Mrs. Eleanor
S. Miller, Miami, and Mrs. Beatrice
Westin, New Haven. Conn.; and
three grandchildren.
Services were Monday in Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial in Mt
Sinai Cemetery.
, ,M"- SYLVIA LIFSCHITZ
RlveraMe-Baaeh Memorial Chapel
b. of _'ibj Blairltx dr., .I1...1 s^pt 14
MM, ith Newman-Oordon funeral
Home In charge of arran((em*ntH.
'.. .,, '8adOIE 8ILVERMAN
t 'r m .*"",' "' ,n* '*"! Horn.
ror ;h- Aged. OrnvenUIr wrvlcei were
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runeral Mom,..
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, Hteimnn. Alvin
Si 1 i Ice* an<1
.,1 Conn., with
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BENJAVIN HASS
NU ., real "-state
II, rame from
jn i:.|i, m n> \\ ed h\ bla
i'"'"1' ',,'''','',"; ,
ftneei "' "In Rubin, [era, Mrs lrene Sin-li-mian mid Mm
Frieda Oreenwald Hervlcea and burial
wt-i- in Chtcaito
MRS. BERTHA WINER
74. of MIS s' ith ave !>lr In Chlcaira mirvlrlna- are two diniFh-
brnthi1
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fa Sisterhood Plans
\vent of the Season
j big e\n! "I the year is
by the Sisterhood of Za-
Wi.th Center, with a dinner
Jtw put nn by its members,
(time and place are Sunday
I (Hi 7 ai the Center.
I Nathan Davidow is rhair-
BSted b) Mi Harry Marks,
|arranKemenls. and Mrs, Da-
ltickets, t nder the direc-
|Mr>. Bern.ml Miller, a sur-
hvue will be presented.
MRS. FRANCES SOLDINGER
51. of A" HW IKih at., ]i.-.l s.|.i r. \
widow, *li i-.iiue hwre I.' w-ais bko
77 ,*iS' SARAH STEINBERG
.7, of ntS gW :i4tb ate., died All*. :*
in Miami 8arvtc were held ..1 River-
-.','' ,"'' Mcmoilal ci,;,|.|. with ad-
ditional aarrlcaa ami bunai in New
cont. a member of the taraaHta Oen-
let she came here II reari aro rrnin
Montlcello, N v si. n mrvTved b!
ih.-i husband, Jullua; row eoni Ed-
ward Newman, Kawni.....aa 1 ., k< n v
erry Newman, Providence, R 1
Unit* Newman, Wayne, Mich., and
Qua Newman, Miami; and ten Brand-
'.'.{ -in' ['"- '"" K"'"'-I:""l'l''l,lr,.
. SAMUEL KLEINBERG
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i" an atUi k. Retired owner of a
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Mi HIM SIJ.AI.
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Writer Takes Exception to Orthodoxy's Position on I
HILARY M1XMJX
GUIDEPOSTS IN MODERN JUDAISM. An Analysis of Current Trends
in Jewish Thought. By Jacob B. Agus. 435 pp. Now York: Bloch
Publishing Company. $4.50.
r%R. JACOB B. AGUS, a leading Conservative Rabbi and spiritual
* leader of Baltimore's Congregation Beth El. adds to his already
impressive list of books and articles with the recent "Guideposta in
Modern Judaism." a volume "aimed to do no more than set up guide-
posts to help the intelligent reader find bis way in the resile and
variegated domain of contemporary Jewish though) "
Like all good indicators. Dr Agus' guideposta an' clear and lurid,
and do a meat deal more than merely point the way; they also act as
landmarks, showing the reader where lie i. in relation i" whence he
has come, and where he i~ going
Following a briei essay on the impact of tmeri ire on
Judaism, are three excellent treatises on the Orthodox, Reform and
Conservative movements, explanatory not only ol their practices, but
il the bedrock philosophy on which each i- built That each nr.
quite different attitudes and commitments to both the world and
Judaism is one of those quietly recognized [acts which fen congre-
gation members can discuss; it i- like being a Jew, easier to do than
to explain
The central portion of the book, on aspects of the Jewish cnmmu-
Is nt Jewish living, ends and mean- iii Jewish life in America,
and the future ol American Jew- displays most brilliant!} the reason-
ed and original thought winch Dr. Agus seems to bring to all ques-
tions ol Judaism Written before the establishment "I the state of
Israel, it i~ an answer to all divided-loyalty claim-, and to the whole
problem ol what has become i particular!) American "Diaspora."
"Is it morally right to base the welfare and dignit) "t American
.'wry upon the supposed good ol the new state" can it be soberly
ted that the prospect ol helping the new state financially and
politically offers American Jew- the on!) worthy goal for living on ai
Jews'* Or is it that the continued existence of American Jewry re-
quires no goals being compulsory and automatic?" Mr Agus eschews
ihe "myth ol a 'national will-to-live.' ;,- he does the "mission the-
ories our normal feeling rebels against the implication that,
while other groups exist intnn-ically in and tor themselves, the Jewish
people exist only by virtue of their supposed usefulness to the outside
world." Asserting that "the choice between digging in here 'in Amer-
ica' or preparing lor eventual flight must be decided by an act of
faith." Or Agui revivifies that faith for "faith in God is sterile if not
conceived in terms of faith in man."
The author's proof of God, based on Kin-tmian physics and fol-
lowing logically out ol a "field theory" o! polar relationships is surely
one ''t 'he most modern and Interesting theses developed, beside.
having the unique advantage ol combining an empirical basis with
reason it i- quite a- compelling a- any of the classical proofs of
which haw been ottered b) philosopher- tor centuries.
In guiding, m this collection ol Integrated essays, the waj to a
lightened approach to the mosl central problems ol
American Judaism, Dr Ami- elevates from confusion the nature ol the
Jewish spiritual tradition" and. looking to tin future, pre
el- in Mn most positive terms the "evolving worth ol Jewish
< Mstence."
Cincinnati
THIS member of a Reform con-
' gregation meaning me.
that is maybe should be feel-
ing hard hit in his religious con
scienee. and asking himself a lot
of troubled questions Is my Ju-
daism really worse than Chris-
tianity, as Chief Rabbi Herxog of
Israel says "a conversion to-
ward Christianity Am I. as Re-
form Jew. "only a goy and a rene-
gade a traitor to the Jewish
people, as another Israeli Rabbi
aays?
I'm being put on this religious
-pot you might say. on account
of some experiences my fello-
townsman, Dr. Nelson Glucck has
had to take in Jerusalem He is
the president of Hebrew Union
ge Jewish Institute of Kelf-
gion (Reform) of Cincinnati and
New York
Not that I>r C.lueck has been
trying to turn Israelis into Re-
formers, but only this He is ts-
Ublishing in Jerusalem a school
of archaeology a branch of
the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion. He an-
nounces that the students will
have Jewish religious worship in
the school, in the Reform style;
Kcepl that they will Ik- wearing
yarmelkes in deference to Ortho-
dox practice
Hut no' Orthdoxy in Jerusalem.
headed by Chief Hahhi Henog, is
all against that. Dr. C.lueck had
selected a site in Jerusalem on
which to build his new school,
and. in accordance with Jerusal-
em city laws, a building license
ha- to be granted for any new
structure (AJ is the law in all
the cities of the United State- as
well i
The Orthodox part of the Jeru-
salem city council felt it surely
would be a desecration of the Al-
mighty for them to permit the
construction of a building that
would contain Reform religious
services (.\en w,,n yarmelkes
Ofl. No. they proclaimed, no such
house shall rise up in Jerusalem
no house for praying to Cod
in the Reform way. They were
encouraged in this i.< the chief
llerzog ami other Jerusalem rab-
bis wl meed Reform a- a
drift to otb.r altars
(At this moment I am thinking
of some of our American suburbs
in which city councils have refus-
ed to grant building permits for
synagogues in their midst.)
But, instead of being troubled
in my Reform conscience lest.
as these rabbis say. Reform is a
renegade on the way to Christian-
ity. I herewith speak up to Chief
Rabbi Henog of Jerusalem.
My dear Rabbi llerzog: I be-
long to a Reform congregation
and think of myself as worthy a
Jew as you certainly are. True,
I don't wear my hat in the Reform
synagogue, since in Reform the
bared head is regarded as a hum-
hie obeisance to God. And. per-
haps. I don't eat altogether in ac-
cordance with the ritual fare.
since in Reform Judaim the idea
i- that God is served best by the
dmng of the spirit not by what
inters the stomach.
Mind you. sir. I am not at all
quarreling with the dietary laws
and observances of Orthodoxy; I
deeply respect your own dedica-
tion to those laws; I quarrel with
lid! |||
no mans reugion. ,
mother v.r,r, v<
come to the SlM
iT^hatjS^
me. u,n ^WbJ
Reform Judaism h, ^
"< n.y venera'titJ*
ngsof my 0Wn reU
respect the reig*
men e 2*
v" don't go along I
rs to their own J*
acknowledge their JS
Jo Pray in accorda^TS
JormsofthwrosmS,?
the same respect thai J
Mkof others foroaTJ
Howver. my dear FuJ
og. it rejoices me to
Jew- >-----
*s in Israel
Man)!
going along with yon^TJ
think of Israel as a free unto all
ways of wqi
even to Reform Juda,*
this I'm glad -Z
,i s (irip IJJjW. d
P-'rts Israel's ideals. Yo.ii
wouldn't care to keep on*
Bonds f,,r the benefit of,
row theocracy.
in icr;mm Newcomer Susan Strasburg Has Bright Future in Filmland
Hollywood
ijjEWCOMER Susan Stresbet been signed
* b> RKO Picture- [or a reported 175.000 to do
the lead in "SI -nick.'' with Hem I
her co-star Sidne> Lumet, son ol the Yiddish play-
wright, who ha- distinguished himself in television,
i- considered for the directing (bore his first m
Hollywood. Mis- Strasberg, daughter of famed the-
ater man Lee Strasberg loomed to stardom on the
-v portraying the tragic character ol Anne in
'The Diary of Anne Frank Prior to her Broadway
debut, she had only two featured movie role- to
her credit, the ill-fated picture "The Cobweb.' and
the most successful "Picnic ''
William Holden and Deborah Kerr's latest. The
Proud and Profane," which opened in 75 cities
throughout the month of August i- a war picture
with one setting of specific interest to us. Pro-
ducer William Perlberg focuses his cameras Ofl a
va-t American cemetery in Guadalcanal, whose
crosses are dominated by a Mogen David in the
JOXATHAX SHIIOH
round It i- a challenge to th..... wl
the J-w- with seeking cuhj jobs beck ol the
hues instead ol on the fighting front To empha-
be pmnt. the name "Private Goldberg" i-
mentioned b) the cemeterj caretaker
Director Melville si. ,,,| producer Jack
Rose, currenti> shooting "Beau James." the Jimmie
Walker screen bJograph) -tarring Hob Hope; were
unwittingly helped by th,- Democratic National
( onvention, A kej scene in the forthcoming movie
i- opposed to show Mayor Walker viewing news
nei footage m the late President Roosevelt at a
convention ,n the IMO'l But no such stock footage
could be found .Shavelaor, and Rose were unable
to -OK,- their problem until they saw Dore Schan -
Democratic convention picture televised from Chi-
cago last month In ,t, the, detected what thev
needed for their own movie. They now have asked
for permission to incorporate some shots showing
President RooaeveU at the rostrum.
Finding an Apartment in Jerusalem is a Difficult Matter
Jerusalem
WOU'VE BEEN offered a job in Israel, specifically
in Jerusalem. The working conditions and
contractfor five years and renewableare agree-
able; the pay, though far from what you are now
earning, is acceptable There is only one catch in
the proposalyou will have to find an apartment
by yourself.
If you were single, this would not be much of a
problem. But with your wife and two children
the eldest is just about to enter high schoolyou
are hesitant. Enough stories about the housing
shortage in Jerusalem, or any other place in Israel
for that matter, have percolated back to America
to make you unduly cautious.
YOB have heard and read about newcomers l.ving'
n tents canvas huts, lln huts, wooden huts -
together Z "^ ""^ COU,d ,hr"''
the minimum of
ilding boom.
heard and read much les^boul theTu, *"
fir hlh 8? S"' fr ,hp ra,e of "instruction
far behind requirements 8
lmTSLSSf"w'"face >ou when >- -
"dream But aoartm^ni Prob*hly remain a
housing shorUge' hevSJlllT?' *"' l **
w., outright pu^^^-'-- -
HUTU SIIIHOTY
We Say One Thing But We Do Aneks
Washington
THE United States Information
Agency has released a book-
let telling the success stories of
21 noted immigrants and aimed
at selling this country to persons
overseas.
"In quest of Freedom" is a neat
pamphlet replete with photos and
individual thumb-nail sketches of
of some of America's most famous
personalities who sought refuge
and opportunity in this country.
It is interesting to note that six
of the 21 figures included in the
Government pamphlet were of
Jewish origin: Dr. Albert Ein-
stein, physicist, humanitarian, in-
dividualist; Felix Frankfurter, As-
sociate Justice of the United
States Supreme Court, one of the
highest positions this, country- can
give a naturalized citizen; Joseph
Pulitzer, journalist and one of
America's greatest apostles of the
free press; Dr. Selman Waksman.
discoverer of the "wonder-drug."
Streptomycin: Samuel Gompers.
the influential figure in the Ma-
lory of the American labor move-
ment; anil Lotte Lehmann. the
world famous Gorman luder sing-
er
America extends a welcome
band to such immigrants, the
pamphlet preface reads The in-
formation agency emphasize* that
Ibis i- part of the traditional
American belief that^a dn*J
nation is built on inWwl
points, many enthusiasms.nfl
absorption of new natiotaM
and creeds "Americans katfl
ways felt that their nation gi|
strength from the diversity ifl
it. America is the ndehj
their coming."
"When they first set let il
this new land they spate su
many tongues, dressed in diid
ent ways, believed in a numterg
religions, practiced their i
tive customs, and etised Ml
livelihood in various wji" tp|
booklet -a>-
The poet Walt Whitmu.Mfl
the mid Nineteenth CeMtn.afjl
of America as "a nation of aM
nations" But critics of on |fjj
ent immigration laws bait |
ed out that the weWwt
our shores lias ben
snatched up to the dftriB*
the "huddled masse, ;
ant talent- who i-h toi
here and to our own
home and its prestige all
It appear- tha HI
released by the informalaaB
cy wallow- in the way-of Ik; 1
when it states that t** I
hand has been extended I
grants Is this wistful
or just propaganda for ^
consumption'
IIAKOU* r. RKHAUm
Reshevsky Has a Very Important
AMERICA'S greatest chess mas-
ter. Samuel Reshevsky
more informally known as Sammy
- will undertake one of the most
difficult tasks of his distinguished
chess career when he faces David
Bronstem of the Soviet Union in
a 24 game match in Russia in
December.
Although Sammy is undoubted-
ly, and without challenge, the
finest player of this complicated
game in the United States, he has
yet to win the world champion-
ship, held by another Jewish mas-
ter. Mikhail Botvinnik. Interna-
tional che&k championships are
nt easily arranged, and thus far
Reshevsky has had no opportunity
to face Botvinnik, except in iso-
lated tournaments, where they
met fleetingly (gsuallv with Resh-
evsky doing better than the Rus-
sian Jewt
At this time, however. Sammy
Reshevsky has a chance to elimi-
nate one of his major obstacles
to the crown: David Bronstem.
who. like Reshevsky and Botvin-
nik. is also Jewish When Bron-
stem challenged Botvinnik for the
world title, the match ended in
a deadlock, and when th*!
pens, the champion i*W"M
diadem. But at that time.
stein revealed himself to"'I
equal of. if not the supen^
Mikhail Botvinnik.
On Dec 1. ReshnskJ
mences a 24 game mat* 0
Bronstein, and the wiaMm
have the ins.de track ]ffl
with Botvinnik. VawlTW^l
the other great player*
who also drew in M
with Botvinnik. sho-
wings for his chance
When Sammy M"8^
only six years old. he esta*
himself as a chess QH
year earlier he hrf M"*
game from watchiWI f
play, and his percepwn of
moves was so keen that *
showed himself to bee
nary at the complei P
he started touring Poland.
8 he appeared m all
of the world. mazing
with the variety sad
of his game. i
Wnenhewa-onb-n"*-^,
to the United States.-^
he feft chess ma***


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F "fS- m!,':1.vin'I-..M.ack
*i\V.' SolV.MOE
_iel '"
fcinroln Road
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LEOaH. NOTICi
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PAGE 15
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
LBOAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. .,., NAME LAW
NOTIl I. is HEREBY GIVEN that
Uie urideralgned, deetrlng to eniui
h:S,'v"lH,!!l" flctftloui name
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.NO.moW (no ,T, t -',!'v '.Y,A ''.'-''" '" N V
OCORnB HOPKINS, Plaintiff """ l&teml A- if.lS!?'*** s'.....
va.
VIOLET
LEGAL NOTICE
In I th
f
TO:
nTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK IS HEItEHV (JIVEN that
l,\. Igiir.l, desiring to engage In
I,, Hi. fictitious namr of ,
TV BAR tiKILL ..I 542S N. W.
jf,,.,,.,. Mian I. Intend t.> reglater
Hum arith th. Clerk of th.- Circuit
,,( i >,,.!. Cn inly, Florida.
I.KON .1 DELSON
MICHAEL I'AVI.KiA
fcl.KR a (1 m:>
i, for Vpplli ante
|w Flagl<
la '-:-'___________
HOPKINS. Defendant.
suit for divorce
violet Hopkins
!! -Men. i triknown
Veil VIOLET HopKINS in,. I,,-r.-l.x
notified that a Mill ,,i Complaint for
Divorce has been fll.d against you,
and you are raqu red |q genre .1 cop)
of your A Rawer .,1 Pleading t,, the Bill
,,f Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor-
ney. URN KS.SKN, Ego,, lull Bey bold
Hldg.. Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the ''!!> of the (,'lrvglt Court
<.n or before 'he isth day of iictoba-i
mill If you fall to do so.Judrmerit by
ilofaitlt will |h- taken ..gainst >u for
the relief demanded In the Hill ,,f Coin-
1 >Ij t til
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Plot Ida. this 17th day of September,
A. D. IvM,
l: B l-lvM'IIKII.MAN,
Clark, in.ui Court,
. Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj 1.. A. f'I.EARE
am m* r*p,,,y CKrk-
Attorney for I'lalntlff.
Be) hold Hldg.
9/11-!8 10/3-12
name
Court
Fla
with
it Dade
ntenda t,, reatati. ,,i-i
the i'i.-,k <,f th.- Circuit
I ount). Plot Ida
JOVUM MANNrtEfl?Er,DER
ivYi......vYYI.V,""s"""-
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious

LEGAL NOTICE
notice under fictitious
Name law
NOTICE IK HEREBY tMVKN
in
.. num.- ft
NORMANDY MtlfiK' AND ART
CAMP, at 1021 Blariit* Drive, Miami .
Hea.h. Plorida, int.-ndn to retiater I Florida, Intandi to reclater raid
LoTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
hTI'K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
nii.l.'-iwvi 1 dealrlng to i-imafe In
I i,.r the fi, tni.his name of
Rk FTRNI1 RK KXCHANOtt at
[ .N.W -Mil \ '- .Miami. Flor-
niViiH I -'id name with
11. int Court of I>ade
pt>. PI-
RORRRT W \NIil.Kit
.HI.MS U KBB, Bole Ownera
I- : i-M-ll
SOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
11 that the
fcmhlii nun ba-
ll n.l.-i signed, l.i 11*18
J).\l!i. an 1 1:1 HEN l>. I'CltVIS.
ofon >n hualneaa aa
; H PIASTERIN<; II 10 S W Kth
\1 1 11 11.1 after the
I' ~
1.1 'I 11 v 1 lARO
ItlHEN 11 PLRVI8
ffEH K PACZIER, Atty.
J W KUnl. 1 -
I -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TUT is HEREBY OIVEN that
di all inr to 'image In
- ni'l.-i the fictltloua nain.- ..f
BETH UK Ci lit .,1 M31 HanllnK
Inue. HinfMil... Hade County. Flor-
IJtit.nits to resist, r -aid name with
[I'lerlt of the Circuit Court of I>ade
u-ii. n
. CLOSET BOrTIQl'B. INC.
H> MAB BALKAN, I're.ldent
-H-JI lU/j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IB HEREBY 11IVEN that
the underalgned, d.-siiini to .mk.-ik. in
hiixlncim under the flctltloUH nai......t
HH5CAYNB REALTY A 111 SINKS*
BROKERR: BIKCAYNE ItKAI/IY;
BISCATNE lit sinkss BftOKERB, at
ill B.W irh Avenue, intrada to re-
later sal.l name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of liade County, Florida
RICHARD LAWSON BALCH,
Sole Owner
KKSSI.FIt \ HARS-
Attomeye for AppHmnt
1711 w. Pkagier fit
/H-21-28 1" .',
im Nl?JlSf^BY PUBLICATION
kTJ aTuE-Eu-r:.,RCU,T COURT OF THE
5lLSRKTM JUD,CIAL CIRCUIT OF
?k?R,PA- IN ANO pOR DADE
fwSStJH- CHANCERV No." 193M
HEBBERT mii.i.kh. PlalnUff,
MARA .\ll[,l,l-:it. |...f,pdant.
TO: HARA MII.I.KH
ll FiiMt n.'.ih St.
Brooklyn, n.y.
You are required to aerVe a cony of
pour utawcr to the Bill of rompAmt
for iHvorce on the plaintiff's mtorn.-v
and to rile the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Cbui t
aald name with the clerk of th.- Clr-
, 111 Com, 1 of Hade County. Plorida.
I.EO IH'BERMAN, Hole Owner
9'7-14-L'l-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND OR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3S636
In It.: ESTATE OP
H.WiHY HITTN'KH. Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CrMlton and All Persona llav-
Inca Clalma or Demanda Agaln.st Bald
Batata:
You. Hnrl ea.-h of you, are hereby
notified and i..|iilr.-d to preaent any
clalma1 and demands which you. or
either 0/ you, may ha\e agalnai the
estate of (TARRY RITTNER, deceaaed
late of Miami Beach, Dude Count v.
Plorida, to the Hon. PRANK B. *'31 9/7-14-21
noWLINO, county Judg,. of Dade
Couniv. and file the same In his of-
fice In the County Courthouae In Dade
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tH
the iinderslcsned. d.-airing to eiiu.ig,- n
business under the fictltloua name
AHMIKAI, PRPIT SHIPPERS,
19100 Colllna Avenue, Miami Be*
na id'
on or l,.fro ik. 1K1. ", ," "''" '" "' the County Courthouae in Hail,.
A I I'TfiTthVrwuJh,y October, county, Plorida. within eight calendar
plaint for tiiwri u V '',"':, mnnjlia from the date of the first
hren im lV^rt h'1,-,"'''r'' '"r", publication hereof. Said claims or
hen in, will be taken aa confessed l.y demands to contain the legal address
l.,i..,i 11 \ii-,,, 1 __--- .li .l ,Be claimant and to he aworn to
Tthdav of s!r,'tii thl" '"' ""*' """'""d as aforesaid, or same
.tn ua> of sciit.nil.fr. llt.ih _.,., ,, ,,....,.gi <.... ^...,1..., ,., ... ,1...
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undei sin.-,l, d.-sniiiK to engage in
bualneaa under the fictltloua name ..1
NORMANDY SCHOOL, at 10:1 Blar-
rltx Drive, Miami 1:. it. Plorida,, in-
tends to r.gi-i.r mid naihe with the
Clerk ..f th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florid..
LEO 111 iikhman. s,.ie Ownei
l/7-U-n-tl
at Miami. Plorida. this the
September, l>5(
E. It. LEATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
_ By! Joan COCRNOYER,
(< ir.-ult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
.Name and Addresa of
Plaintiffs Soli, (tor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
1021 Reynold Building, Miami, Fla.
9/14-21-28 10/r,
Of the claimant and to be aworn to
and presented aa aforesaid, or aame
will be barred, Bee Section IM of the
I'.'.'M Probate Act.
Hat.- August ^:t, All. 19.",8.
I.II.I.IAN RITTNER.
As Executrix of the Daxt Will and
'I', lament of
HARRY RITTNER, Deceased
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney foe Executrix
S/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei slmi.-d. daallioa to engage In
business under the fictltloua name of
<; 4r II At TO PARTS it lllli, N W
7th Av.- Miami. Pla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ..f Dane Countv. Florida.
HARRY II (II IRDON
WII.I.IAM P. HINT
ow fieri
ROBERT BI.I'MTtKRO
Att.nn.-v for Harry H. Oordon
William 1- Hunt
9 -'i -:' in .",-1.'
NOTICE
NDER
AME
ELECTRICIAN
NUT WORK by Master Electrician
Boi> County. Bill DIAMOND
I Mill Eveninat UN 6-5474.
[Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stem
I 3)1 Washington Ave., M. B.
frhones: JE 8-2205 JE 1-1969
Offering
THE VERY BIST"
SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
Murray B. Pinks
Managing
r"~ tor
I00F LEAK?
CALL
***m CONN
m us repair it or apply
"* one. For fret
pnate phone:
"1 ACME
T^ SUPPLY
J3 CO.
rjf FR 9-5274
FR 3-6996
FICTITIOUS
LAW
NOTK'K IS HERRHT OIVEN that
the undetaiitne.l. dealrlna; to ennaire In
buainei*a under the fictlttrm* name of
srHAFKR'8 l.IQl'OR STORE, at 209
N.B. 79th Street, Miami. Florida. In-
tend to reg-later aald name with the
t'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Comity. Florida.
JACK R HCHAFKR
MARY O. SCHAFER. Sole Ownera
KESSI.ER A (JARS
Attorneya for Apnllcanta
1782 W. Klaaler St.
8/! 1/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDEel FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underafened. riealrlnc to <-ne;K>- In
bualneaa under the fl.-tltlona name "f
HRKNT\V(HI> APARTMENTS. at
7940 79:.n Abbott Avenue, Miami
l'..-a.-li. M,,il.la. Intenrt to reariater aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM A. FKI.I'MAN
I'EARI. FEI.DMAN
MARK SIIA'KRSTBIN. Attorney
42l> Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
s :n 9 7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 193543
CDARENCB LONO, Plaintiff
va. *
Ji'I.IA MAE LflJO, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T' .III.IA MAE IXIXII
Water Fftreel
Troy, Alabama
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Rill ..f Complaint for i>iv......-
'... been Pled acalnat you, and you
are hereby reQtitred to serve a copy "f
your anavar or otherwlae plead to the
Pill ..f Coinj.laint for Divorce on the
attorney f...'the plaintiff, AARON M
K INNER, tU Shor.lan.l Bulldlnc, Mi-
ami, Florida, and flh- the original of
euch anawei1 01 pleading in the ..ffice.-
..f the Clan of the Circuit Court in ".'"
and for Dade County, Florida, at Mi-
ami. Florida, on or hefure the Mh
day of October, IISI
if \.u fail t<. .i.i S4. jii.iuin.-nt by .1.'-
fault will I..- taken aaalnal I
the relief demanded In the BUI of
('..1111.1.ilnt for Oivoree.
DATED at Miami. Florida thti anth
day of July. 19.",.;.
K 11 I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of cir.uit Court
Dade County. Florida
BY: D. J KERN.
Deputy Clerk
AARON M KANNFR. Eaq.
Attorney for the Plaintiff
239 Shoreland Rldg.
Miami. Florida
9/7-1I-21-2S
with th.. Clerk of the Circuit Court u'-
Dade Countv, Kim Ida.
FLORIDA SOUVENIR
PRODUCTH CORP.
1 A Floridu Corp.)
R/.11 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE It) HEREBY QTVEN (hat
the uaderalcned, deslrina t.> engaere in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
AMAZON VENTURE8, at Box #1081,
Miami 7, Plot Ida, intend to
said name with th.- Clerk of the! _
cult Court .f Dad.- Coiintr, hlollila.
Richard wici.hv. Rartner
i.'icis TROOP, Partnbi
AltTlil R IfWERDtVOrF, Partner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalitn.-.l. bualneaa under the ftfltltloue name ij
CARNIVAL CLUB, at 143" N W. ll'rtn'
st.. Intenda to reaiater aald name wn'i
the clerk of the Circuit Court ol
' '..11 n 1 I- loi Ida
l: EC C. |n,.
by Qeorgc Cote, Prealdent
FeMx P Parade). Bec'y-Treaa.
HERBERT H. HUTNER
Ati..rn.\ foi .Applicant
IM M. ti.,|H,llian Itl.lfc-.. Miami
9/21-2* 10/5-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3164
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CredKori and All Peraoni Hav-
ItiK Clalma or D.-mandg Aaain-i Said
Batate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to preaent any
clalma and demanpa whi.-h you, or
either eatate of ROHARIO NAJERA. di
..1 late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable Cotmty Judrea of Ddde
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouae in
Dade County. Florida, within clcht
ral.-ndar months from the date Of th-
first publication hereof. Bald alalma
or demands t>. contain the lagwl ad-
t the claimant and to be iwufli
to and preaented aa aforeaal.l. or aame
I., barred. Bee Bectlon 711.16 of
the IMC Probate Act.
Date AiikusI 21. A I> 19.VI.
Mol ii:s I'o A NAJERA,
Aa Bxecutor of the Laat will ami
Testament of
Ros.xitio NAJERA, Deceaaed
A. c LOWERY
Attorn.-\ for Mod.st.. A. N.jvra
iv:.;, N \V list r. n are
Miami 47. Florida
1/11 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKItl-BY OIVEN that 1
the imdersivii.-d. d^*irlna* to enfra*.- In
bualneaa under the flctitlntu name of
MIAMI JEWELRY BXCHANOE at,
711 Dade Commonwealth BuHdlntj Ml
ami. Florida, Int.nils to r.uist.i' *.ii name with th. Clerk of th.- Cln
Court nt Dade Oowntv: Florida
Mi >B si.uvis
OR) IROE CHEREN
Attorney for Moe Sloyla
R07 olvmpU Iturldliif. Miami M, PlA.
9-7-II-2I-2S

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the iinderalned. deslrina to .-nt in.- i"
bualneaa unden, the fletltloiia name of
PDASTIc ORAVR MARKER CO. mot
Inc ), at 1 Northweat 7th Street. Mi-
anil. Florida. Intenda to reaiater aald
name with the clerk of the Cironit
Court of Dade County F'lorlda.
CLARA SNIDER
KOVNER A MANNHEIMBR
Attorney* for Clara Snider
8/11 9/7-14-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+ knist tttrkOan
oUclta roo* l4Kjal notict*.
W* apprriai yoar
patronage and auarant**
accurate) BirlOB at MeoaJ
lataa
Phone FR 4-4366
awrvlc*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1935*0
BEVERLY MURPHY. Plaintiff
RICHARD P. MURPHY. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD P. MURPHY
Minnetonka Road
Siv.rn. Maryland
YOU ARK HKRERY REQUIRED to
s.-iw a copy of your aner to the
Bill of Complaint In the above cauae
for divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneya,
and file the 01 Initial In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
befofe the Sth day of October. 19:..
otheiwlae aald Rill of Complaint will
be taken aa ronfeaaed by you.
Dated this 30tli day of Aucuat, 19-.
f: i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
B) li IAN ct URN( IYER
Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneya for Plaintiff
r.-.ii Reynold BuildlnK. Miami II, Pla.
1/7-14-11 -'-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 193*42
LET \ WOJCIK, Plaintiff,
JOHN 1 WOJCIK, Deft n [ant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JollN I. W< IJCIK
Whit, I'l.ims Road
you "are HERBBT NOTIFTED
thai a BUI "f Complaint for Dlvon -
Ins been ffled ajalnal you. and yon
ire heretjv required to -. 1 > OPS "'
your Anewer to the mil of Complaint
en the Plaotlfra attorney. Btanley D.
raid in ^"T Blecayne u.uiidina:. Miami,
Florida, and tn- the orlaHnal Anewer
In th, office ..f the Clerk of the
Court on or ia-f..r.. October J, !.. in
default of whi.-h the Bill of I pmplalnl
win be taken aa conf.-ss.-.l acainst > oil
DATBD, .Sept.-ml-i- 4. 1938.
" Circuit court
I lad.- Cnuno Florida
Uv JOAN COUBNOTEB,
D.-uty Clerk
9/7-14-11 -2 ^^^___^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-naaici- In
businesa under the fl.-tltlous name of
MIAMI MARRI.E AND TILE COM-
PANY, at :.901 8.W. Mh Terr.,,.. Mi
ami, intends to i.-gister said nam.- with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
M U ZANK. Sole iiwii.-i
9/21-2S 10/3-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 38672 B
In Re: ESTATE I >F
ARE KINZER, It a
ABRAHAM KINZEIt. I .,-,.:.....1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All cr.-.iiioi and All Pel aon 11 1
im; Clalma or Demanda Asalnat s.,i.|
Eatate:
You, and ea.-h of yon are hereby
notified and required to preaenl any
Clalmi and demands Which VOU,
either of you. mi bave .uainst the
if ABE KINZER, k a AURA-
HAM KINZER, deceaaed late ..f Dade
. 'ounty, l-'ioi Ida, t.. the Hono able
County Judaea Dade Counl 1
file the same in their office* In the
County Courthouae In i>...i. County,
F'lorlda, within .it;in calendar 1
fi.,1.1 the date of the first publ
hereof. Bald clalma or demanda t......
tain the legal a.idr.-ss of the claimant
and to be iworn t<> and preaented aa
aforeaald, <>! aame will be bn.....I,
:i-.- Sctlon 7:'.:; II ,.f the l>43 Pi
i'ii.- Beptembei ",. A.D. int.
BECK IE KINZER,
Aa Admimsii.hi i\ Cum Teal
mento Annexa <>f th.- Est.it.- -.?
ABE KINZER, .. k
ABRAHAM KIN/.KR. I .,-..-.,
RN(iLANDER A. TENDBICH
Attorney s at Law
311 Lincoln Road. Miami R.-arh, U .
Attorneya for Beckle Klmer
Administratrix Cum 'i'eatamento
Annexo
9/14-21-2S in I
IN COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 35B00.A
RE: F:STATE OF
WUI.F BEOEL, a k/a
Wt'l.F" c SEi;i:i. 1 k a
Wtil.F HBO EL .. k/a
WOLF C. SEOAL. a/k/a
\V. c BBOAL, a/k/a
WI'I.F C SIEOEL a/k/a
WOLF SIEOEL, a'k/a
WULP BIOEL. Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- li.-r.-ln given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
j Final Discharge as administrator of
the estate of WUI.F' 8EOBL, etc.,
.I.'ccas.-d; and that on the -'2nd d..\ ,-f
October, ISM, 1 arlll apply t.. the Hon-
orable Comity 411.lu.-s of Dade County.
Florida, for approval f aaid final ra-
port and for final dlacharge ai ad-
ministrator Of tile estate of WUI.F*
si '1: EL, etc .I.-. ... nod
Thli '-Hi da> of Beptembi 1.
c M'.l. W KIKGEL
\s Admlnlatrator of the aatata of
WUI.F SKCKI.. etc .1. ...-.,!.
MYERS. HEIMAN ,\ KAPLAN
\ 1 n- s f,,i Admlnlatrator
I 21-M 10/5-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3M47
In Re: ESTATE oh'
THF-ODORE CHAKOFF. also kn-u'ri
aa TOBIAS CHAKOF*P. Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit ore and All Person! H iv
lug Claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present ..nv
clalma and demanda which you. or
either of you. may have against lh
eatate of THEODORE CHAKOFP.alao
known aa TORIAS CHAKOFF', d<
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the Honor,.!.le County Judges .H.-
<'ounty. and file the name in their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. F'lnrida. within cishr
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said clalma
or demand- to contain the legal ."'-
f the claimant and t, be sworn
to and presented as aforeaald, 01
will ba barred, s.e Bectlon 711.18 ..f
the lf4S Probate Act.
Date sei.i.-iiii.e, it, a l>. ItH.
JOSEPH CHAKOFF,
A- Admlnlatrator ,.f the Estate ol
THE" !>" "RE ''li \K' .1 F k ..
TOBI vs ill Ak'i IFF, I -is.-.I
warrf:n > wepman
w bpm \n a wki'man
Rldg Miami It, Fla.
0 5-11
B)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRERY dlVEN that
the undei signed, desiring to engage In
bu-lnesa under the fictitious name of
NORMANDY P II R P A RATORT
si'HoOU at 1021 Btarrlta Drivi Ml
ami Beach. Florida. Int.-nda to regia-
ler aaid name with the < lark ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County, F lot Ida.
I.E"i HUBKRMAN, Sole Owner
1/7-14-11-tl ^^__
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVF7N that
the undei sinned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictltloua name of
F'RWCKS HoTKI. LOUNOB, at 19
N l-J Ird Street. Miami. Intenda to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
ANTHONY c MESfOTTI, Sole Owner
KKKHLER "iARS
Attorneys for Apthony "'. Menotll
172 W Flagler St
9/14-2I-2K 10/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underaigned, desiring
11. 1 the flctltloui name of
1:1:1:1: RARREL B v R. at 4400 N W
Kth Ave Miami. Fla intends to reg-
ister Haid name with the Clark Of t he
Circuit Cou'i ..f Hade County, Florida
OLADYH i.aurie "Sole Owner)
KESSI.ER a OARS, Attorneya
1781 West Hauler Street
At tornej v f,.i Applicant
9 H-21-28 10/3
NOTICE UNDER^ICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name ol
WBGO BALES, at 36oR N I* Miami
Court. Miami. Florida. Intenda to reg-
ister aald name with the t'lerk of the
Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida.
IRVINi; WEISMAN. Sole Owner
8 '31 9/7-14-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN
the undersigned, desiring to engagT. In
huslnesi under the fl" i' loui na
PBTROIjRUM HOLDINtl COMPANY
. \..t Inc I, .it >!.; Paradlso, 1 1
. lablaa, 1 '-" Ida, Intend to regtsti I
I h I ll ']! k Of tile
Court of Dade Countv, H.uiUa.
JOSEPH KREFETZ
I!" "BERT MANX. S
KESSI.ER A fl VMS
Utoi ni '.-I v -'"li.-.nits
I W I'laglel Street
- 7 14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE-IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned, dealrlna to engage in
hus|ne under the fictltloua name of
PLASTIC LAMPSHADES, at 18
No. thweat 7th Street, Miami. Fla.
Intends to register-said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CLARA BNIDER
KOVNER & MAN Ml ELMER
Attorneya for Clara Snider
8/11 9/7-14-21
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