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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 28, 1956

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 28, 1956

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01495

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY end THE JEWISH WEEKLV
ne 30Number 39^
Miami. Florida, Friday. September 28. 1956
Price 20*
[egration Iflttfe Intensifies Pressure On Southern Jews
)N INFLUENCED BY EGYPT
utf/ans Set to Sell Israel 24
ire Jet Fighters as Six Million
\al Unfolds With No U.S. Assist
IAWA UFA iCanadian Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent an-
: this week end that Canada would sell Israel 24 Canadian manu-!
) Sabre jet fiuhter planes. The planes are manufactured in Can-;
ne'er a license from North American Aircraft Compapy of the
d States and .ire powered by Canadian-built Orenda jet engines. I
[an expected to cost $6,000,000. 1
he United Slates had been
auxandu miua
. increasing insecurity
jhed about the proposed sale
ad raised no objections. The
ttwilUngness to sell Lsrael
[defensive arms have made
tics'- alhr- hesitant about de-
nt them to the Jewish State.
months ago Krance shipped
[34 Urstere IV jets, after the
hi'i given permission foe the
to be diverted from NATO
ba-r orders.
ii announcement. Prime Min-
(.St. Laurent declared that the
nnent't decision was "greatly
ted" by the fact that Egypt
eived a great number of jet
*r- and modern jet bombers
Jibe Soviet Union. He revealed
[Israel had given the Canadian
nrent assurances that the in-
Pt pse against aggresatoo.
Zionism and Communism
Linked to Court Ruling
By Klan, Council Heads
NEW YORK (JTA)A warning that increasing tension in the bitter
battle over school desegration in the Southern states will step up pres-
sure on Southern Jews was made to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency here
by a nationally known authority on racial and minority problems.
The nature of the two-fold dilemma the increasing use of anti-
Semitic hatemongering by well-known bigots involved in the fight for
white supremacy and the increasing
New Orleans ADL Refutes White Citizens
Council Charges of Communist Leanings
insecurity of Southern Jews caught
between local pressures and their
tradition and affiliations with na-
tional Jewish organizations was
described by Alexander F. Miller,
national community services direct-
, or of the B'nai B'rith Ant i Defama-
tion League.
NEW ORLEANS (JTA)Label A. Katz, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League Commit- USe of anti-Semitism in the current
tee of New Orleans, has categorically denied a statement made by Dr. Emmitt Irwin chairman of the Citizen's struggle, he noted that a number ot"
Council of New Orleans, that the "Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has been under very serious Southerners had begun to make use
criticism as a possible Sommunist front organization." Mr. Katz stated that Dr. Irwin's statement is an
absolute falsehood and untruth.
Dr. Irwin. in a letter to the Orleans perish school board, claimed that the Anti-Defamation League wasj n,sm and
distributing a booklet entitled "The Rabbit Brothers" in "certain, if not all public schools of the city.'
Dr. Irwin claimed the booklet "is*------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
very obviously intended for the; and its author y |isted in the Unit.
purpose of brainwashing the chil- ed states House o{ Representatives
dren along the lines of racial in-jUnArnerican Activities report on
tegration In his letter. Dr. Ir-1 Neo.Fa8ci.sts and hate organizations
win further stated that "the Anti-|in the United State Mr Katz said.
It is regrettable, but perhaps
of the bigot's equation of Judaism,
Communism almost
Camtimmtl on Paf* t
Ambassador Michael S. j Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
>'. who carried through the has been under very serious criti-
omh-long negotiation* here,' c'sm as a possible Communist front
|jhe -ale of the planes would organization."
Fa "healthy and stabilizing ef-
on :he tense Middle East situa-
Mr. Katz said that Dr. Trwin re-
portedly used as his source of in-
formation for his statement the
"Red Dictatorship." The publication
significant that Dr. Irwin in effect
has joined hands with these disre-
putable outfits in his almost iden-
tifical attack upon our agency."
Mr. Katz continued. "This
Continue** on foe* 2
BEN GURI0N BIRTHDAY TOP EVENT
jgjWJC SOURCE SAYS HE REFUSED TO SHAKE KESPONSIBIUTY
tulles Stand on Sale Declared 'Evasive'
PASTOTOTON (JTA)-A Canadian diplomatic
w here Wednesday expressed surprise that
" B being given by some to Secretary of State
irwter Dulles for Canada's agreement to sell 24
hler planes to Israel.
MN EXPLANATION' BLASTED
L/\?AI'KM 'JTA| ~~ Foreign Minister Golda Meir summoned
dne-ri """' suPervi9<>r Maj. Gen. LLM. Burns to her office
of Utth Pr"Ust ,he wanton WHing of three Israelis and the wound-
others when Jordanian troops in the Jerusalem area opened
party of several hundred people attending an archaeological
InT h Ramath RaeneI Mrs- Meir rejected Jordan's "preposterous
F 'hat a Jordanian soldier had suddenly gone beserk and fired a
f" Wn at the crowd.
the same time, the Foreign Ministry issued a statement charging
_______Caariawaa" m Page 13
^LI"L' ADVERSE EFFECT ON JEWS
This source indicated a view that the transaction
was made despite rather than because of Mr. Dulles'
attitude. Sec. Dulles' responses in discussions oL the
matter between the United States and Canada were
described as "evasive" and marked by a refusal "to
"ahare responsibility."
State Department press spokes-
man Lincoln White confirmed that
the United States was consulted by
the Canadian Government on its
decision to sell the jets to Israel.
Mr. White was asked if the United
States had any objection to the
Canadian-Israel jet transaction. He
replied that he was not aware of
any objection, but added it was not
clear in his own mind if the State
Department approved. The planes,
be said, were made under a U.S.
Israel Bond Conference Launches
45 Million Drive Through 1956
WASHINGTON (JTA)A campaign for the sale of $45,000,000 in
same State of Israel Bonds between now and the end of 1956 was launched
Sunday by 800 Jewish community leaders at the closing session of a
two-day Mobilization Conference for Israel. A highlight of the drive
will be Israel Bond events in 70 American communities in honor of the
70th birthday of Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. The birthday
will be celebrated on Oct. 16.
A total of $30,974,350 in Israel Bonds has been sold since the begin-
ning of the year, according to a report presented by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, to the con-
ference. The total of Israel bond*----------------
sales since the drive began in 1951
Continue a* on Pee* 5
'ermans Bid for No Nazi Army
Whi The Centr' Council of Jews in
*m ind mCnveyed lo t'nancellor Adenauer its
mugiviag. of a decision to accept former
ne* r Uf> l" 'he r*nk of "'"tenant colonel, into
K" man armed *<****
EZUl Ca"ed UP Pursun to the recent draft
* ear*. eXp*cted t0 under officers who
* Counci,. sin^ views, .onetime, with
special reference to the position of Jews resident in
Germany, have been expressed by some democratic
German papers and organizations.
The Munich "Seuddeutsche Zeitung. largest
daily in South Germany, in an editorial, terms it
"unthinkable that German Jews could be expected to
serve in any army permeated by high-ranking SS
officers. The FratAfurt "Nachtausgabe" recalls that,
ten years ago this month, the entire SS was declared
II
has now reached $247,552,700, the
report revealed. This year's sales
to date represent an increase of
approximately 40 percent over the
same period in 1955.
Israel Ambassador Abba Ehan
reported to the conference that
Israel has grown stronger militari-
ly. He reported that "in recent
months" the United States and
Israel "have drawn closer together,
both in our appraisal of Middle
Eastern events and in our estimate
Con fin nee" on Page II
0AV/D UM SUtfON
...HUT
- BULLETIN -
Israel Invaded
By Arab Legion
JERUSALEM Jordan's crack
Arab Legion invadod Israel
Wednesday at dawn. The invasion
was an apparent answer to Is-
rael's retaliatory raid Tuesday at
midnight during which some 50
Jordanian soldiers wore killed
near Hussan.
Arab Legion spokesmen an-
nounced oarly Wednesday that
150 Israelis and 31 Legionnaires
had boon killed. Reports indicat-
ed that heavy fighting was con-
tinuing as United Nations Sec-
retary General Dag Hammers*:-
(old called an emergency meeting
of the United States, Great Brit-
ain, France, Russia, Israel and
Jordan.
While it was apparent by late
Wednesday that the action is still
"only a raid," reliable sources
felt that an Israeli counter-attack
might well mean full-scale war.
The Israeli retaliatory move
was described bitterly Tuesday
night by an Israel Army spokes-
Ceetiawed on Page 10
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* /ml*tfkrkUor
wJenlsK Meridian
Publlehed every Friday line* 1tt7 b the Jewiih
Floridijn at 120 N. E Siath Street. Miami IS, Florida
Entered ai aacond-claai matter July 4. ItSO. at the Poat
Office of Miami, Fla.. undar the Act af March 3, 107.
The Jewnh Florittlan naa abaortxd the Jewlen Unity
nd the Jewiih Weakly. Member of the Jewlen Tela-
graphic Agency, Sevan Arta Feature Syndicate. World-
wide Newa Service, National Editerlal Aaaociation, Amer.
lean Aaaociation of EnoJuh. Jewnh Newapapera, Florida
Preea Aaaociation. ,
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones FR 4-1141 FR 4-8212
The Jewle* ftorl.llan doea not guarantee the Kaab-.
ruth of the merrhandiee during the week
an I see it .
by LEO MINDUN
I U I I C T
One Year MOO
ON RATES:
Two Yeare
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round tow.T.^N
th fellow.? S'*VV,
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Jews through the >**"
IRO rer,,un..,lW HH i 2
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. New Editor
Bond Dollars are a Sound Investment in Israel's Future
Tishri 23. 5717
Volume 30 Number 38
Friday. September 28. 1956 ______
The Israel Bond Organization officially kicked
off its drive at a national meeting in Washinq
ton last weekend. In conjunction with the kick-
off, the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee
launched the local bond campaign at the ad-
vent of the High Holy Days.
Israel Bonds are the heart of the Jewish
State's industrial development. Purchasers of
bonds do not give gifts to Israel; they are invest-
ing in Israel's future.
Since the launching of the first bond drive
back in 1951, American Jewry has poured forth
S247.552.700 into the lifeblood of Israel's econ-
omy. For 1956. the Miami Bond Committee has
set a one million dollar goal in purchases, some
S490.000 of which is already recorded.
Purchasers of Israel Bonds have the satisfac-
tion of knowing that they are participating di-
rectly in the upbuilding of the Jewish State. This
industrial development represents the ultimate
realization of the victory Israel gained on the
battlefield back in 1948. For. without such de-
velopment, the victory is hollow indeed.
For Israel to become a vital nation in the Near
East, her industrial promise must become an
operative fact. Already. Israel Bonds have
helped establish commercial enterprises in
chemical, mineral, automotive, medical and
household items. And Israel Bond dollars are
also playing a chief rle in the exciting oil dis-
coveries in the Negev during the past year and
a half.
The purchase of Israel Bonds tells the Jewish
State's neighbors that American Jewry does not
consider the task of the rebirth of Israel finished.
The Diplomacy of a Fist
The Canadian Government decision to sell
Israel 24 Saber Jet fighters will be welcomed by
all sober-thinking people acquainted with the
current Near East crisis.
Initial announcement of the decision indicat-
ed that the sale had been consummated with
toe full knowledge and consent of our own State
Department and Secretary Dulles.
But a high Canadian official now observes
that Mr. Dulles did not concur in the decision
at an indeed expressed great reluctance
over Canada s move.
After all of this time, when it should be ap-
parent to our Secretary of State that his foreiqn
policy in the Near East has been a total failure,
he is still attempting to straddle the fence and
Court Arab favor."
His many trips to London during the past
Jeeks in an effort to take the edge off the Suez
Canal blow-up were long ago charted by his
expediency. Now desperately trying to stem
i L ~b na,lon'ism which he originally
fanned. Mr. Dulles still isn't sure that the Cana-
dians were right.
All of which reminds us of the Dutch lad who
kept the waters of the Zuider Zee from flooding
K5r mY SrliC^ng hiS Stna11 ** into a h'e in
a dyke. Mr Dulles may have a fist as effective
E ? '" 'he'airY-tale; but it would seem to us
that he shouldnt object to others like the
Canadians who have more constructive meth-
ods for repairing damage in mind.
Meeting a Responsibility
Dade County Community Chest has radically
chanaed its campaign plans this year. Chest
officials have announced that the 1957 cam-
paign, unlike those of the past, will be held
during a hard-hitting two-week period starling
It is hoped that the streamlined drive will
bring 100 percent participation and rapid
achievement of the '57 qoal. which is scheduled
to be announced sometime in mid-October
Miami Jewry has consistently played an'ac-
tive role m Dade county's annual Red Feather
drive. Chest funds help to support some 25
local agencies and the USO, each of which
brightens the lives of residents of this commun-
ity in some significant way.
We are certain that the Jewish community
will again respond and fulfill its responsibility
in this humanitarian community-wide effort.
Bond purchases tell these aggressive neighbors
that American Jewry will not rest until Israel
can face the future on a sound economic and
industrial basis.
With Western foreign policy decreasingly
motivated by Israel's best interests during the
past few years. Israel Bond dollars represent
a reliable assurance that, come what may. the
Jewish State will meet with courage and success
the military threats and economic blockade
launched against her by the Arab world.
As the Greater Miami Committee for Israel
Bonds steps up its activities during the present
campaiqn. no con can afford not to participate
in the aims the campaign intends achieving.
The Force Behind Hadassah
The fact that the Greater Miami chapter of
Hadassah recently split up into two sections
one each to represent women of the Miami and
Miami Beach areas and that new Hadassah
groups cue being rapidly added to the organi-
zation here does more than reflect the growth of
our community.
Hadassah's local expansion is an example of
the organization's vast drawing power. Appeal-
ing to the creative imagination of women.
Hadassah draws to its ranks persons dedicated
to the future of Israel and willing to work toward
the realization of a flourishing Jewish State.
The Women's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica will soon be 45 years old. Back in 1912.
Henrietta Sxold. a great humanist of her time,
founded Hadassah with a handful of colleagues.
Today, after raising some $110,000,000 in behalf
of Israel and while currently in the process of
sponsoring a SI2.500,000 Medical Center near
Jerusalem. Hadassah numbers 300.000 members
throughout the United Stales. Canada and the
territories.
We have spoken often enough of Hadassah's
achievements in these columns. But it is suf-
ficiently noteworthy to repeat that this women's
organization has been principally responsible
tor conquering such dread diseases as malaria
trachoma and tuberculosis in Israel; that it has
taken the lead in arranging for Israeli physi-
cians, surgeons and nurses to study at top rank-
ing American universities; that here, within the
confines of our nation, it participates in general
cLT* AUr**akmr SUch as Community
Chest, Red Cross and Federation.
ulrl^2' "adssah was c"*d by the American
Heritage Foundation for its work, on a non-
political basis, in helping to bring out the vote.
ing the 1956 Presidential campaign. Throuqh
adTedenSir edUCa"0n Pr^ms" ^ludSg
aduh education courses. Hadassah strives to
nwL *mer,Can Jud*ni that blends the
glories of the past with the aspirations of a
democratic nations future
Hnrflf." ?* 8me 'he reasons ^nd Miami
cornmn H\Cn'LnUlng grW,h' The "' S
anti-Semite, he feel., would long .*!. hPouh lh< CT1
tr.d.t.on's common attack ,d ^ 2*'^ taJjij
If separting Jewish communities TrV.m he hi'rw H,
denng them bit by bit did not prove {^?T] 3
.that acting in utterly opposite fashion 2C?s"ul- this fenj*S
today's anti-Semite whaT^be?^""*'"* ^31
ancestors "Fight fire with fire." is SES T f ,h SS
By which he means to bring JeWS>,"'eplhbs*^'ion. *"*
or not. into one community otobimh r whrth the, J
each other with the furious abandon Zl^*****
Jewish identification since first they anr^ldi .warked I
What this fellow counts on is th.lwar, Bn,hf,*pS
purposes of cohesion in the fao.I"'"i0' "**.g
against itself would develop in the Zn Z ?0*M
emerge as downright aggression. ""With* hjjl
It certainly take a cynic to think nt anti-Semite", eternal dilemma 1 his fa"lu T, ^ ^.l
against the Jews. But it takes a part cularl d*h. i'"*,0" h"a
to bypass the failure in such a ESS a,Tte^?*
in the role of their own deceivers 'he JeW!-
Under ordinary circumstances, any decent hum.. ^
in the preservation of his prototype in 1"^'^
- be he even a Jew would hes^ate pu ( mhn**
,Ji But he that despite SmSSFLSSSB
enthusiastic supporters of the initial plan or not11 *" *
ly interested in the fate of Jews and indeed !r!n m
antipathies with regard to their +*Tj^2*
,,onaasna,agouS to this fellow, cyn.ca, Proper The^
'*fui**<
ihe Suez is important to me, too ." "** declaring
MB MOT CONFINID OOTSJM HIK MM j
THfs2'.TwhAT;T',o which here refcr h qu"- -*J
Israel which has. since its establishment, gathered withhii
T>ZT,7h're "L'h: neihborh^ of one and a 1SS
Jfe.fi/ V ^n0d f ,B-rt,rin. t"e State has had to i5
d.ff.cult situations not the least of which was an famsfaW,
ZlTeS fn'^W blowing its Declaration of id pend '
narrsse;;r*aetUgh *^ "" hnrabl> and Sr
..~?Ut heT baT.^tsen ar* no<- PPrently. confined ouLsidttka,
e?Z~ "" ^to^nt S"bbath obs*""nce riot, in Jeru^,.
SteJS VPr 5w pmonB con8r*8ted in a mob to stoee tktl
problem of Jewish orthodoxy as it relates to the Jewish setohr,
has been a smouldering one for several years It first trmttim
arly on the intentions! seen* with the orthodoxy's c.pturin? 7i
laws relating to mariage and divorce.
Prior to that time, and since then, there have been ronsti-ttan
of extremist grouo action against individuals, companies and indaAri
apparently guilty of violating Jewish religious law thumi^
he infant nation felt it necessary for her survival to work
the Sabbath included, in the factories and on the farm. 0
these tales, bracketing as they did orthodoxy first popular b. ,
was an extension of its powers over marriage and divorce to ua^rl
tioned authority in domestic court cases.
Whether ofte liket it or not, in terms of contemporary der...
philosophy, this represents an intrusion of religious opuk* i
temporal state hegemony. The American Jew. for example, hi-an
constant battle to maintain what is generally conceded beitvM
separation of church and state principle. Yet. he finds himself W'
in the untenable position of urging support for a nation whicJU
regards this principle so essential to the preservauos ef
freedom and minority rights.
a e e e
itta MHO on nmiHt Of MOM.IHn*VlMI0N
QRTHODOX SPOKESMEN in Israel argue that there can benU
Jewish State without a return to the letter of Jewish rrhtwelL
in every expression of that State including government. Tfceirajal
ents feel that a modern nation Jewish or otherwise mu.-t.iltl
to survive, meet the reality of practical considerations inberestf
everyday living today and that strict adherence to religions H1
secular operations is often detrimental to this aim. -
Between the millstones of these forces now lies maiirtdll
American Reform movement's current efforts to establish a archeology in Jerusalem. The school, under the auspices of the HW
I'nion College-Jewish Institute of Religion, intended to uiclaM
Reform synagogue for students on its grounds The arcl***"!
program, certainly an asset to Israel's accumulation of efccawj
centers, has been attacked and stymied by the or,h,ldn,)J"l
orthodox leaders indicating that the Reform movement repre- |
virtual betrayal of Jewish tradition. (This is a polite paraphra<,',^
of the more hideous charges.) ~
I have said nothing in the recent past about this wasteful U
ness on the part of some Israelis to saenfic enlightenment
progress for dogma. For I have been accused on earlier otc*?'0^J
perhaps rightly, of intruding upon the internal affairs of the Ik
State in the face of the fact that one of mv prevalent ar*ume"'\!ll
many American Jews active in Israel's behalf has often rested pnw* |
on thi inclination.
e a a a *
It CAM tmm HIM --AMC THIKI
gUT IT would seem to me that we are now turning lull ^^J3
announcement this week of the New York Committee for *-ii
<>f Religion in Israel hothead committees, like Top-yJ*" ^j
of the picketing of Jerusalem Mayor Oershon Agron'a arnwi
Sept 18. by Jewish youth "representing a crosvsectionof**
synagogues." If I am to consider inviolate the actions of iwk f
name of non-intervention, I am certainly entitled to react''
against the bigoted, undemocratic methods of these A
stem whom a Committee with all the pre-supp"^ re*^T_
mittee" by virtue of its self-assumed name believes to own
a symbol of everything holy and righteous |fl(.
Agron. brilliant publisher of The Jerusalem I',,!'' V"^-
Nraels stake in the Middle Kast today, has been inclmedw
expediently with the Hebrew Union Colleite's ^.pl.cjtion lor
Permit than do Ins ultra^rthodox colleagues For >>" cU,
Proud Committee release announces, the young <*wW"S'**
Picket s,g, declaring that "a foe of Torah is not elco-
CaeHiMOe) M f*f U


m
_ September 28, 1956
+Je*isti tkrUBan
PAGE 5
lomelown supporters and leaders of B'nai
frith Youth Organization greet international
ire9idenl of AZA. junior order of B'nai B'rith,
Ipon his home coming. George Lefcoe. sec-
ond from right, who won the highest office in
YLh. is the first youth from Florida to have
chieved this distinction. From left are Rich-
id Essen president of the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Youth Council; John Siegel, presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Girls of Florida; Ross
Sandier. AZA president of Florida; and Al
Capp, president of the Hurricanes AZA,
Lefcoe's home chapter. Lefcoe is a graduate
of Miami High School and is now a sopho-
more at Dartmouth College.
ies Stand en Canada Jet Sale Declared to be 'Evasive'
District Grand Lodge, State Assn.
Of B'nai B'rith Map New Campaigns
Monday evening, Oct. 1, is the tion League Commission: Burnett
date set for an area-wide meeting Roth, Miami Beach, ADL chairman;
on Miami Beach of District Grand Pallot. Armed Forces and Veteran*
Lodge No. 5. B'nai B'rith. Holly- committee chairman; Daniel Broad,
wood and Ft. Lauderdale will he Miami Beach, B'nai B'rith commit-
represented at the meeting, Julius tee for Israel; Harry-Schwartz. Mi-
Fisher, executive secretary of the ami. chairman of B'nai B'rith Worn-
District, revealed Wednesday. en's committee; Judge Friedman,
Fisher also announced that Nov. 4 member, B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
through Dec. 9 are the dati's for ization committee,
the Di>trict's annual membership Pallot. member, budget commit-
campaign, coinciding with B'nai tee; Theodore Wayne. Coral Gables,
B'rith's national drive. Goal for co-chairman, citizenship and a/fairs
District 5" is 4.000 new member* committee: David Sachs. Hialeah,
ana eight new lodges. -jmemhor, citizenship and affairs
E. Albert Pallot. Shotem lodge, 'committee; Stanlev Calden, Miami,
is president-elect of the district, member, constitution committee;
Executive board member is Judge Jerome Greene, Miami, member,
Milton A. Friedman, Sholem lodge. I fund raising committee; Sam Nei-
Other District 5 officers from berg, Miami, member, fund raising
the Miami area, serving through committee; Sidney Aronovitz, Mi-
June, 1957, include George J. Tal- ami. member, Hillel committee,
ianoff, Miami Beach. Anti-Defama-1 Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Miami
; Beach, member. Institutes on Ju-
daism and Adult Education commit-
tee; Wayne, co-chairman, member-
ship campaign cabinet; Jack Kirsch-
baum, Hialeah, membership cam-
paign cabinet; Schwartz, program
committee; Talianoff, state associa-
tions committee; Joseph A. Rayvis,
Miami Beach, testamentary commit-
A new extension supervisor has. tee.
been appointed by the Greater Mi-1 state association officers from
ami Jewish Community Center to,this area are Talianoff, president;
direct the youth program at the Greene, regional vice president;
North Dade Jewish Center this Gershon Miller, Miami Beach, sec-
year, retary; and Rayvis, treasurer.
She is Mrs. Dolores Pearl, youth
activity supervisor for the Greater j
Miami Jewish Community Center i
Youth Supervisor
At N. Dade Comes
From Town Branch
Cuit'mvti from Pojt I
erievi contract Therefore, he
laintd, the i uestion of direct
alappiv...! did not arise. Can-
did nn! need official U.S. ap-
an ally. Mr. Wh'te was asked about confirm or deny the implications
'the status of Israel's application ', contained in this question,
not under an for arms frbm ,he Unjted s(jrtes | Mr Eban was intervjewed at (he
He replied that there had been no State Department following a meet-
change on this matter. ing with William Rountree, Assist-
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban ant Secretary of State for Near
altoclu-.- tin deal, he pointed expressed Israel's gratification at Eastern Affairs. The purpose of his
j the sale by Canada of Sabre jet, call at the Department. Mr. Eban
sJced why Canada consulted the' P'anes to Israel. Asked if the trans-1 said, was a discussion of economic
on the ii'.u Iter. he said it was action might encourage the United and financial matters, including
ndJy gesture on the part of States to sell such arms to Israel, j Israel's pending application for an
Mr. Eban said he woald not like to Export-Import Bank loan.
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Town Branch two years, where she,
was responsible for the supervision
of leaders and activities on the
teenage and junior level.
Mrs. Pearl is a graduate of Brook-
lyn College and has had experience
in youth work and been associated
with a number of Jewish Centers in
the New York area.
She replaces Leonard Romney,
who is now attending Western Uni-
versity for the Doctors degree in
social work.
Assisting Mrs. Pearl in the youth
program will be Perry Alexander.
Yvette Cole. Irma Jane Gordon and
Irving Jacobson.
Over 100 teenagers registered at
the first meeting held Sept. 14,
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Invest in Israel Bonds
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Local Posts Attend JWY Tampa Meet
First quarterly meeting of the ered the McCarran-Walter Act, under the guidance of the youth
Council of Administration was held Arab-Israel conflict. Suez Canal dis- committee and chaired by Harry
by the Jewish War Veterans Sun- pute and the Bradley Report. 'Kessman.
day in Tampa. A large delegation
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local Jewish War Veterans Posts of
the Dade-Broward area attended.
Nat Gohey. of Hollywood. Com-
mander of the Department of Flor-
ida, presented to the meeting a re-
port on the actions taken on resolu-
SW. 8th St. (T.miami Trail) jtions at the Aug. 14 national JWV
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Powell Proclaims Sept. 30-0ct. 7 Hadassah Membership Week
Hon. D. Lee Powell. Mayor of Mi- day that "An all out effort will be dmafe*! tremendous membership
ami Beaeh. has proclaimed the made to enroll every Jewish woman increase since 1912 has been the
week of Sept. 30 to Oct. 7 as "Ha- in Hadassah This year marks Ha- chief factor in tbe effectiveness of
tlassah Membership Week." dassah's 45th vear of activitv in Is- the organization. "We mav well be
The slogan of Hadassah this year rae] ad the United States. In this proud." she added, "that *'" 1912.
U "Dont Do i, Yourself Cooper- f,f|h decade of Hadassah s endeav- I ^'^t/r e rJin
ate." A concentrated membership dassah. we now have more lean
drive will be launched during the ors- we fa" "e o ,he most cnl,cal 300.000 members in chapters
week. periods for our work." throughout every state of the coun-
ts. Joseph Shapiro, member-' falling for a determined effort to try. *" ** 'n Alaska and Puerto
hip coordinator of Miami Beach enroll every possible new member,
chapter of Hadassah, said Wednes
24]
HOROWITZ- MARGARI
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Mrs. Shapiro pointed out that Ha
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, membership coordinator of Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah, receives official proclamation
from Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell declaring Sept. 30 to Oct.
7 "Hadassah Membershio Week."
Hadassah Membership Week.'
Pledge Party, Rummage Sale Slated by Miami Chapter
Round Robin pledge part} will na galore .ire scheduled
sponsored by the Mi.mii chapter at the rummage sals sponsored by
. ericai lewish Congress at the chapter all daj Friday Oct 5
home ol Mrs. itni>ert Cole, at Stevens market, NW (Bad at. and
SW 21st ter. Wednesday noon,' 27th ave. Mr- Ann Heidenrich
Oct. 3. Dessert lunch will be served, 2711 SW 13th t is in charge of the
red bj cards and Man Jong. event
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Special awards have been pre-
pared. Mrs. Shapiro said, to be pre-
sented to those members who en-
roll ten or more members. To en-
sure the greatest efficiency in the
drive, a membership rally for the
workers was held at the Seville ho-
tel on Wednesday Mrs Sam Taran
was arrangements chairman. Guest
speaker was Mrs. Samuel Z. Sak-
nls, recent!) returned from a tour
of Israel Mrs Harold Wynn pre-
sented the Interesting procram
Mr> Oscar Sindell, president of
the Miami Beach chapter of lia-
dassah, ha~ urged even member
"to help assure a successful drive.
Ever) additional member trill give
itrength to our program ol aecur
in| the future ol Israel, and rein-
forcing t li -. bonds between Israel
and the i nited States "
Hadassah h.iv tor the p.i^t 4.r>
yi v carried on .i comprehensive
health :.n l mm ;,.i welfare pn
in Palestine and Israel, which cur-
rently include- a netwonk ol sewn
hospitala, community health cen-
ters, mother -and child health sta-
tions, vocational education schools
and work-Imp- for agricultural and
industrial training, as well as a
unique string ol 240 settlements
there young immigrants from all
parti ol the world are equipped for
healthy, productive lives in their
own homeland
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tyout ijour Special J-c
MD RM WfW WAY_
(five Holiday Mood Should Find
Itch in an Equally Festive Table
ctvorites
.breadcrumbs, potatoes sal), onlom,
RfGINA FRISCHWASSiR i pepp<.r and mushrooms. Mix this
Euve koUday mood is atlUi *^HWrr^*Hl a litt'o water II
thi> weekend, and a festive
LMffli
,-match is a -""' iflca for
iomeniaker. _
ate recast* for an in,-pre
- udditig fh^-
ft tff and
FED SHOULDER OF VIAL
shoulder of veal
p bread crumbs
p minced mushrooms
p fried onions
aspoon salt
aspoon pepper
p cook mashed potatoes
t up the eKK> well, add the
l BB Women
IVaried Affairs
il B'nai B'ritli Women's chap-
Eava leheduled a strenuous
}am of activities this week.
Ith principle meeting! sched-
| lay, the programs includ-
lluncheon fashion -how at noon
>Bisca; '' hotel under
nnnrhip of Coral Gables
,cr. Styles were by Milshire.
with Mr-. William Hechler
a- narrator.
aptcr members were models.
necessary. Remove the blade from
the meat and fill the space with
stuffing. Sew up the npemnu
dredtte tfur meat with flour.
,ith salt and paprikii. Ulati
eat irt-a-gjajased roaster, pour
a half cupwaTer-aijd cover it
. Roast it in a moderate oven,
allowing 35 minutes to the pound
fbr roasting.
1
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3
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IT MIAMI CHAPTER
lcana>ta tournamenl was
RICE PUDDING
cup rice
cup butter
cup sugar
teaspoon cinnamon
lemon
eggs
cup raisins -*
cups stewed prunes
cup crushed walnuts
Bring to a boil four cups water,
add rice and cook until it is soft,
then let it cool. Cream the butter
with sugar, add cinnamon, grated
lemon peel of one lemon and one
tablespoon lemon juice. Add the
well beaten eggs, raisins, stewed
prunes, nuts and riee. Mix it tho-
roughly and pour the mixture into
a well greased pudding dish. Bake
in a moderate ovfn one hour. Serve
the pudding with a wine sauce
poured over it.
Mrs. George D. Rossyn. na-
tional Hadassah leader, will
conduct a Leadership Insti-
tute Tuesday, Oct. 2. at the
Roney Plaza hotel. Mrs. Os-
car Sindell, Miami Beach
chapter of Hadassah presi-
dent, has announced. Ses-
sions are slated from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
Beth Sholom PTA
Inaugurates Season
PTA of the religious school of
Temple Beth Sholom opened its
season Saturday with a Sneeoth
luncheon for mothers and faculty
members.
Mrs. Marry A. Lack. PTA pra V
dent, welcomed some 100 mothers
and teacher- who were present and
introduced chairman of the func-
tion Mrs. Barry Cameron who. with
Mr- Howard A. Miller, chairman of
room mothers, addressed the group.
Kducational director Sydney J.
Greenberg and spiritual leader
Rahbi Lon Krom.-h were also
speakers.
Members of the cobirnitlee who
assisted1 Mrs. Cameron hicWHr- Mr*.'
Daniel Herman, co-chairman, Mrs.
Max Diener, Mrs. Eugene Weine,
Mrs. Albert L. Rosen, Mrs. Harry
W. Greenberg. Mrs. Sam Brody,
Mrs. Murray Miller, Mrs. Samuel
Oritt, Mrs. William Yanowitz. Mrs.
Norman J. Russ and Mrs. Irvin
Deutsch.
Next major function of the PTA
will be a donor luncheon for the
Library Fund Oct. 31, with Mrs.
Miller as chairman.
MKS. HAKKT LACK
Society Opens Season
First meeting of the season for
Deborah Tuberculosis Society is
scheduled Tuesday noon. Oct. 2. at
the Royal York hotel. Mrs. Eugene
Schwartz is president.
Political Themes For National Group
Opening Membership Meeting
Features AJCongress Exec
Town and Beach Divisions, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
will hold their first meetings of the
year Wednesday afternoon Oct. 3,
at Koubek Hall and the Algiers
hotel.
The Town program as planned by
chairmen Mrs. Meyer Baskin and
Mrs. Louis Easton will feature "Ike
or Adlai" as its program for legis-
lation.
give his version of The Tallaha--ee
Report.
President on the Beach is Mrs.
Howard Grove. Town president-is
Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Section presi-
dent is Mrs. Jean C. Lehman.
PALM BEACH COUNTY
85 Acres Industrial Site
Beach Winter Resident, Noted
Chicago Leader, Passes Away
CHICAGO Max Goldberg, not-
ed civic and philanthropic leader,
died here Saturday. Goldberg v.
a Miami Beach winterv resident,
staying at the Sterling hotel.
Goldberg was a founder of the
Hebrew Theologicpl College of I
cago and headed the school'- four
million dollar fund drive at the
time of his death.
Opening membership meeting of
held Louise-Brandeis chapter. American
|me Ol Mi- Bernard Sup-] Jewish Congress, was held Tuesday
,961 SW 58th a\e. Tuesday, noon at the Empress hotel.
.Art Jaffe. fund raising vice
Idem. \v. chairman of the af-
,. ... Approximately 20 miles southeast
(,ue-t speakers will be Joe Ea- IJ^Wam Pwaantly has
n, Democrat, in the Case tor- ^ raU/oad trackagCi ,>ro.
ton
Adlai," and Paul L. E. Heliiwcll,
Republican, in the "Case for Ik*"
Moderator will be Bill Baggs, Miami
Featured was a skit prepared by ; I)a''y News columnist.
|TH DADE CHAPTER
Stephen Wright, medical di-
prof Dade County Child Guid-
eline. Ma- jest -peaker at
Jular meeting Tuesday in North
I Jewish Center.
; Wright's address followed the
ler'' first business meeting of
tnew season. His topic was
Psychology, Past and Pres-
Mrs. J. H. Singer, program chair-
man. Mrs. Leonard Levine. national
executive director of the AJCon-
gress Women's Division, was guest
speaker.
ual Screening Test" Sept. 29, 9:30
a.m. until 4 p.m., at Hialeah Youth
Center. The screening is a public
service by local eye doctors.
The Beach meeting announces
chairman Mrs. Ben Lond will pre-
sent Rep. John B. Orr, Jr., in a
civil liberties program. Orr will

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Price $125,000.00
ARTHUR J. ALLEN, Realtor
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Phont Victor 4-9771
IAN0R ROOSEVELT CHAPTER [
hi- chapter has been holding.
ily orientation classes for the |
ose of learning more about
i B'rith. Recent class was Tues-
. at the home of Mrs. Norman
phsnt. 2221 SW 2nd ave., Miami.
wens Mrs. Jerome Rob-
past president, and Mrs.
far Bromley, organizational
President.
Sept. 30 Eleanor Roosevelt
Ker will hold its fall rummage
at Steven!, market, NW 62nd
" 1 27th ave. Chairmen for this
are Mrs Perry Altfield and
Bernard Smiles. Proceeds will
M to further the philanthrop-
fM B'nai B'rith.
JST1 *ALK'N CHAPTER
l^ert J. Balkin chapter held a
T m<*ting Wednesday at the
of president Mrs. Bernard
*. 2224 SW 82nd pi.

W CHAPTER
['ami Chapter will hold a mem-
f,p ,ea '" 'he CKalet room of
lucerne hotel on Tuesday noon.
f iLgram been arranged
l*s. David Hess and will in-
Pan address hy Nathan Perl-
fcrL.reglonal director of the
puetamation League
f scheduled is a short skit en-
Ibv via rystal Bal1" Present-
LL\luames A,bcrt Dubbin. E.
kT; H?rman Mm,* a"" Mrs.
Lliul Ram wi" b* soloist.
Hrtn h.Aplebaum. of Charm
isiir*'m present a
* *
*"*G0 CHAPTER
fami" chapter, B'nai B'rith
V'L'""""'" Hh Hialeah
' are sponsoring a "Vis
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PAGE 8
+Jmlstirk>r*Hon
Jj^Y- Sepn^,
rCeau
MRS. MATTHEW BICKIR
Candlelight Rites
For Diamonds
A candlelight wedding ;ii the Col-
ony restaurant Sept 2 united in
marriage Kdna Ruth Hutt and Fred
Irwin Diamond Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg performed the double ring
ceremonj
The bride is Che daughter ol Mr
and Mrs. David M Hntt, 6260 SW^
27th st., who gave her in marriage.!
The bridegroom i- the son <>i Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Diamond, 6299 SW
27th -t His brother-in-law Morris
attended him as best man.
The couple honeymooned in Nas-
sau. They will make their home in
Rome. N. V.
Former Teacher
Wed in Hollywood
\ tormi r Miami Edison Hi h
School teai her and her bridegroom
to make their home in Miami
Beach.
They an Mi nd Mrs Arthur
Wohlgerauth who were married
Sept. in the home ol Rabbi Sam
uel Lerer, ol Holly*.....I, Pis Thej
hone) mooned in Nassau
She i- the former Naomi Judith
Levinson, daughter of Mr and Mr-
Joseph Levinson, Hollywood
He is the BOn of Mr and Mrs
Adolph Wohlgemuth. 535 NE 2nd
ave.
eaim o
Miss Davis Weds
Matthew Becker
In Miami Rites
C.lenda Fay Davis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Davis, Uni-
versity City. Mo., and Matthew Kurt
Becker, son of Mr and Mrs Kdward
L Becker. 2290 SW 26th In.. Miami,
were married Saturday evening.
Sept. 22. at the home of tire bride-
groom's parents Rabbi Simon
April, assisted by Cantor Berele
Kelemer. officiated at the double
ring ceremony.
The bride wore a floor-length
gOWII of white alencon lace over ny-
lon net and taffeta The gown had
a fitted waist, long pointed sleeves,
and the illusion neckline was out-
lined in iridescent sequins Her fin-
gertip veil was attached to a crown
of the same alencon lace outlined in
sequins. -
She carried a bouquet of white
orchids and orange blossoms on the
white Bible ol the groom, which
had been presented to him by his
synagogue at his Bar Mitzvah
Miss It.i Myra Miicker, sister of
the groom. was maid Of honor. Mr.
Becker's father acted as bis begf
man
Glenda Is I graduate of Soldan
Blewetl High School, St. Louis, and
is now in her junior year at the
Jewish hospital school of nursing,
St i uii she has sung ith the
universit) choir of the postgraduate
division of the Washington Uni-
versit) school of music.
Clenda ha- skated in the "silver
skates" meets and taught figure
skating at the St Louis winter gar-
den She has also entered paintings
in local art contest-
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami senior high school and grad-
uated magna cum laude from the
University Ol Miami with a BS de-
gree in chemistry, which he com-
pleted m three yean He i- i mem-
ber of Phi Kappa Phi national
scholastic honor society, as well as
Phi Eta Sigma freshman scholastic:
honorary. Beta Beta Beta, biology j
honorary, Alpha Epsilon Delta, prc-i
med honorary, I'M chemistry hon-
and Alpha Sigma Upsiloo in-
terfraternal leadership honorarj
1!' Was awarded th-' national
- key b) Tau Bpsilon Phi,
and was also vice chancelor. Becker
i- currently attending Washii
t niversit) school ol medicine al st
Louis He a is recently awarded
our ol the Appleton-Centurj
1.....k prizes for scholastic achieve-
ment. He i- a member ol Phi Beta
l'i medical fraternitj and i- em
ployed by the division of clinical
itories of the Jewish hospital
of St. Louis,
The couple will reside at 4022A
I.aclede. St Louis, until they com
plete their respective scholastic
course-
Frumkes, Haroche
Live in New York
Back from a honeymoon in Cali-
fornia. Hawaii and Nevada, Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Haroche will, make
their home in New York City.
Mrs. Haroche is the former Bar-
bara Frumkes, daughter of Mrs.
Lillian Frumkes. 1200 Lenox ave.,
Miami Beach, and the late Irving
, Frumkes.
1 Mrs. Haroche is a graduate of the
: I.ear School and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and the American
Academy of Dramatic Arts in New
, York.
Mr Haroche. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Haroche. New York City, at-
tended Stuyvesant High School and
graduated from New York Univer-
sity, where he was a member of
Tau Beta Pi honorary engineers'
fraternity. He is a veteran of the
United States Navy.
For the past three years. Mrs.
Haroche had been an employee of
Liberty Travel Service of New
York and Philadelphia. Mr. Har-
oche is the owner of Liberty Travel
Service.
^ *
*- CliiiiT mtooi
urns, mo DIAMOND
MRS. ARTHUR WOHIGIMUTH
Brenner, Caplan
Exchange Vows
Beverly I.ynne Brenner became
the bride of Martin L. Caplan Sun-
I day in a ceremony performed by
Rabbi Leon Kronish in the Rose
room of the Fountainebleau hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Brenner, Shaker
Heights. O. was given in marriage
by her father.
She wore a ballerina lengMi gown
of powder blue dotted swiss with
puff sleeves, blue chignon cap and
veil and matching accessories. The
bride carried a bouquet of roses
and lilics-of the-valley.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ned Caplan. 4251 N. Bay
nl Miami Beach.
Mrs Mel Haber was soloist A
reception in the hotel followed the
ceremony.
The couple will take a wedding
trip to Acapulco. Tiajuana and Mex-
ico City. They will make their home
at 6495 Indian Creek dr., Miami
Beach.
-Cfl
MRS. MAITIH CUM
Rona Jov Sater Betrothal Told
MISS MARCtRY KOLMIR
Kolmer, Ruskin
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. Max Kolmer. New
York City and Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of her
daughter. Margery Ann. to Llovd L.
Ruskin, son of Mr and Mrs Dan
B Ruskin. 5480 N Bay rd Miami
Beach.
The bride-to-be attended the Fine
Arts School of the University of
Syracuse, where she pledged lota
sorority. She graduated from Leon-
ard School for Girls in New York
City.
Mr Ruskin graduated from Geor-
tilitary Academy. Vanderbill
I niw rsity, where he was member
of Alpha Bpsilon Pi soda] frater-
nity and the University ol Miami
law school, where he became a
member of Nu Beta Bpsilon legal
fraternity.
He is a member of the F.Ik M
sons. Shrine, Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce and the
Florida Bar Assn. He practices law
in Miami.
The wedding will take place
sometime in November.
Mr and Mr- Nathan Sater of
5300 La Gorce dr. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Rona Joj. to Ensfgn she!
don Jay Aberman son ol Mrs llar-
rj s Aberman, lfi Island ave Mi-
ami Beach, and the late Hmtj B.
Aberman.
Miss Satei luate ol Miami
Hleh Sen ml, where in was
selected junior coronation queen.
She attended the University of
Florida, and at the present time is
i sophon ore al the University of
Miami She i- a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi social sorority
The groom elect i- i graduate of
Miami Beach High Scho.,! where he
was president of the student coun-
cil. He received hi- Bachelors and
Hasten degrees in business admin-
istration from the University of Mi-
ami. His aociai fraternity "is zeta
Beta Tau At the present time, he
is stationed in Rj West. Kla.
No date has been let for the wed-
ding.
Lace, Taffeta
For Sept. 2 Bridej
Patricia Anne MonhoDa.
Ralph Gomolintky ewha
ding vows Sept. 2 at the H|
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. 1361!
Idy dr.. Normandy Isle, i
The bride, who lives al Ml]
28th st is the dauehtaM
and Mr< i larence MonholksJ
ard. Ky. She was given in i
by David Vender, a fnendil|
family.
The bride wore a dress tf I
cotton lace over taffeta
pire lines and a pink ffithfj
She carried a white Biblel"
with a white orchid, chilli
, lions and
Bemice Gnmolinskv, 'tfert^
J bridegroom, was maiH o( I
She won a dress of pink pssj
soie.
The IH1 the "M
Max Gomohnsky, 2500 SIl
at, and the late Mr.-. Goat
The wedding ring he art]
bride had belonged '
as had the engagement raf.
Hyman Markowitt untie rfj
bridegroom, was best nun.
The couple honeymoonedal
sau and make their home SJ
NE 28th st
MISS ROMA SATIR
Glyck, Marcus Plan Nov. Rites
Mr and Mrs Cilhert u ru _
m.USWatodav SM?.m PP" DelU Pi I,onor"ry *"
Murray M ,r< f Atlanta. C... fraternity, and of Emory University
rne bride-elect ti i graduate of school.
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Newlyweds Mr. and MrO
S. Giant/, returned &**
muda honeymoon Aug. "T
their home at 1800 SW W'
The bride is the '"rn*r*(
Rhoda Siegel. dM^'"".,]
Mrs bidor Siegel. BraiW"
N.J. .j
Her husband 'J* *%,
and Mrv IIcrshey <"*]
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Parents Reveal These Young Ladies Are Engaged
mKHBlMPOIIAD Beach. The couple plan an autumn of Mrs. Helen Zack, 1846 NW 18th
JT Sol Shepnick. 1025 wedding st. Miss Joseph's father is the
H opofh announce the Both Miss I-apoff and Mr Euster late Nathan Joseph.
u, f their daughter, attended the University of Miami. .
to. Richard Bemporad. The prospective groom also t- doun-gkuoi*
ton of the Knrico Bern- tended the University of Florida, is Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Dolin.
Lenox ave., Miami associated with his father in the Cleveland. O.. announce the be-
'da(e has been set for A. T. Euster^ Furniture Co and is trothal of their daughter. Ilene. to
e\ wedding.

BASH-WNBIKG
vn Dash, New York and
iidian ave. Miami Beach.
s the engagement of her
i Judith Maxine, to Elliott
ospective groom is the
r. and Mrs. Irving Fein-
serving in the Navy at present at
Norfolk, Va.

KAPlANKOSlNfflD
KAPLAN-MOSS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reynolds,
500 Giralda ave.. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagements of their
daughters, Joyce Carol and Audrey.
Joyce will become the bride of
Robert A. Cruder.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Cruder. 1925 Calais dr.
Miami Beach. The couple plans a
June wedding.

SCHUISStLBUDOWSKY
Judge and Mrs. Philip Schlisscl,
9132 Bay dr., Surfside, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
MISS ANITA KUBIN
MISS JUDITH DASH MISS HOPE SMPNICK
uv -.mi-iROl Pine Tree Marshall ftosenfeld, son of the Sam- Karen Sheila, to Benjamin Budow-
NX, anu m ue, jtoj^n^ds 3l0 sw 51st ct He sky s0|) Qf Mf and Mrs Max B(jd
ish received her education
J Park School for Girls,
T0f Miami and Finch Col-
linberg attended Cheshire
Seton Hall and Wharton
Finance and Commerce
diversity ol Pennsylvania.
uple will he married Dec.
Eden Roc hotel.

IUIIN SPfCIOR
Mn, Philip Rubin. 1001
tami Beach, announce the
fct of their daughter. An-
irvey Specter, son of Mr.
Sidney Spector, Perth
I.J.
rideelect attended the Uni-
Miami and has held sev-
niy title- Mr Spector at-
be University of Illinois.
UNPMKTM
Mr- Irving Lapoff, Pas-
, announce the engage-
[their daughter, Klayne, to
uster.
|the -on "I the A. T. Eus-
Pme Tree dr., Miami
is a membtr of the "Weekend War-
riors" of the Naval Air Reserve
at the Miami Marine Air Station.
Audrey is the fiancee of Alvin
Joel Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Moss, 2024 SW 20th st., Mi-
ami.

josfPN-wmroN
Mrs. Eve Joseph, 337 205th st.,
Miami Beach, announces the be-
trothal of her daughter. Barbara
Joan, to Gilbert Lee Winton, son
owsky, 1132 Euclid
Beach. A summer
planned.
ave., Miami
wedding is
POlOKOff -Glut*
The engagement of Marion Polo-
koff to Stanley Geller has been an-
nounced here by the parents of the
bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Eles Polo-
koff, 1997 50th ave.
Mr. Geller is the son of the Abra-
ham Gellers. Miami Beach. The
ouple plan a spring wedding.
MISS KOMN SCHUSSU
MISS UAYNt lAPOff
MISS IUNE DOLIN
Women's League Field Director to Launch Orientation Day
the Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah. She is recording secretary of
I the South Florida Zionist Council,
Mrs. Baruch I. Treiger, national'the New York School of Social| objectives of Conservative sister- a^i^am financial secretary of local
field director of the National Worn-1 Work. She has served in a profes- hoods. Mrs. Treiger will arrive irr Nationai Women's Committee of
en's League, will visit this com-
munity to present Sisterhood Orien-
tation Day to the combined Con-
servative sisterhoods of Dade and
Broward counties.
The institute will take place at
the Algiers hotel, from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. on Oct. 10.
Mrs. Treiger is an honor graduate!
of the University of Washington,
has held a graduate fellowship at
sional capacity on the staffs of vari-
ous child and family casework agen-
cies in the United States and Can-
Miami Beach with president of the Brandeis University and a past
Branch. Mrs. Harold Rivkind. of matron o{ tne 0rder of the Eastern
Star.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
n
j
St. Petersburg. All arrangements
ada and has done field work forj for the agenda are by Miss Lillian
Council of Social Agencies, USO Goodman, vice president of the1
Branch, who has been Branch Torah Julius Seligman, 1611 Lenox ave.
chairman, as well as Torah Fund'
chairman of Temple Emanu-El Sis j ROOM & BOARD
terhood. She was president for four jn k()sher Guest House on Miami
of the I. R. Goodman Hadassah Beach for elderly people, near
Traveler Aid and United Jewish
Appeal.
She is a Hadassah past president
of Portland, Ore., and Tacoma,
Wash., and the Northern New Jer-
sey Branch of the League, as wel
as a member of the National League group and is now vice president of Schul. reasonable rates. 1545 Eu
for the past ten years. I did Ave. JE
During her visit here, she will,
work with local leaders in carrying j
out their outlined programs and
conduct orientation on the aims and
Dr. and Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein have just returned
from a three-month motor and camera tour through |
Europe .
With the couple were their daughters, Anna
Marci* and Karens .
While on the continent. Dr. Fishbein attended
psychiatric clinics in Vienna, the Scandinavian
Belgium, Holland and France. Also on his agenda was a
| of the World Federation of Mental Health .
pic and art festivals,in the European countries were among
Wights of tin Fishbeins' trip.

Ihday luncheon honoring her mother. Mrs. Beatrice Wolff, 4300
kisjn ave., was tendered at the Algiers hotel Monday by Mrs.
rn, 5701 \ Hay rd. .
^t included the Mesdames Dennis Quittner, Rosa Rudman,
n, Lauri Hamburger, Ethel Pmkm, Marry Kornblum, Fanny
[Mm Kolker, Adolph David, Joseph Spevack, Frank Weiss mnd
iwdine Wien .
158and feel wonderful about it," was Baa's reply to the "Happy
songs all contrary to the tales about women who keep
ft a secret.
e 9
introduction by a cousin led to the engagement of Marion
. 197 NW 50th st., to Stanley Cellar .
[ormal announcement was made by her parents Sunday, Mr. and
i Polokoff, at an Algiers function .
i bride-elect's a recent Miami Senior High grad, was a member
wpna Omega. Spanish Honor Society and Student Council. Her
ion of the Abraham Gellers, Miami Beach, served with the Army
Ww in business here. ,
I
ftKirl* bowed in at Mt. Sinai Sept. 20 to make her parents
t"",Jlf ll>e Irving Firtols, 432 62nd st. Miami Beach .
W* Join- Leon, Maxine and Toby. Incidentally, Ruth's president
pw Academy Women.
*
I Leonard Leonard, 6400 Maynada, Coral Gables, will be hostess
'">' Oct. i! (o members of Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Assn-------
u*id Reifus will discuss her recent trip to Europe.
wdme's,. .
w*,,, -/a***, ihe home of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
u cat. of.
Pat. off.
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Council 'Workings'
Unfold on Oct. 8
A specially arranged one-day "In-
stitute" will be held by the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Miami Section, at the Community
Services bldg., 395 NW 1st st., Oct.
8.
This session, designed to offer a
generalized orientation to all serv-
ice volunteers, v.ill heyin at 9:30
a.m. and close at 3 p.m.. with anj
interval for lunch.
Following an overall presentation
of the national philosophies of
Council, by Mrs. Aaron Farr. the
local workings of a Section will be
clarified by presidents Mrs. Jean
C. Lehman. Mrs. Howard Grove and
Mrs. Sidney Lewis.
Speakers representinc commun-
ity agencies will include Tom Win-
terstien. executive director of Wel-
fare Planning Council: Dr. Benja-
min Rosenberg, executive director
of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; Mrs. Max Fassler, chairman of
Health Division. Welfare Planning
Council; and Albert Comanor, ex-
ecutive director, Jewish Family
Service.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, chairman
of the day, will discuss community
services available within Council
for volunteer participation. These
will be fully described in the fields
of service to the pre-school blind
child. Mrs Nathan Machtey; service
to foreign born. Mrs. Leo Alpert;
Braille transcribing. Mrs. Sol Co-
hen; Thrift Shop. Mrs. Aaron Kan-
ner; and Jewish Home for the
Aged, Senior Citizens. Mrs. Norman
Tatar.
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Frid
ay.
I
M/ami Delegates Heavily.
At Zionist Convention Netfl
Schafar
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
and Son Ettea Retainer, Demo- Kn" 3"wfT' "
c,a.,c candidate for Vice President, car I elch? n ^ i
*.......i!r*.
these members of Temple's "Perfect Circle,"
young married couples group. Mrs. Leon
Sirkin, Mrs. Norman Giller, chairman, Mrs.
Robert Peitzman. Mrs. Robert Marcus, Mrs.
Fred Goldberg and Mrs. Donald Michnoff.
Others not shown are Mrs. Ray Friedman,
Mrs. Mauri Edelman. Mrs. Marwin Cassell
and Mrs. Stanford Jacobs.
Nurse gives a happy baby his "just dessert" at a health
welfare station of Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel.
HMO is one of many projects sponsored by Hadassah chap-
ters in Miami and throughout the nation.

Miam] Hadassah Slates Information
Clinic at Beth David Congregation
An all-day "Information Clinic" Moser; wIIal education and
Will be held {or members of the Mi- Youth Alivah with Mesdames Scv-
ami chapter of Hadassah on Mon- mour Schulner and Gerald Sc.ltz as
day, Oct. 1. The clinic wilt V* d. WMlHlilll. and Ihe last dispen-
v.ded into dispensaries." with dif- sary" on fund raising protect! un
ferent specialists presiding over eac. | Homer Rievman. Lou Goldman
,J^tT^. i"T. m* uffairs Damel *** and >"" RBbta.
and the Lnited Nations, with Ues-, i)llrjm, ,h ,
dames Bernard Stevens. Kmanuel LSWtoafiK ^'"V"
Smith and Joel Belove in charge; ndVJi^f. ^ ,^OCedUre
programming for meetings, presidl ?. *~""t,?B- "nhd" >" ,"-
ed over by Mesdames B. .1. Wayne ^ .f > *,rth,u, 5**H
and William Hechier; membership '*L\ i d Jelev,s<,n a
under the direction of Jh^:^'^;'".to *
The workshop-type affair will be
hHd at Beth David Congregation
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Special Awards p*"*** e*iiS2Mta ds.
Mrs. Lester C. Sold, State He- S^iJSf uSF cScffi
partmen president of the Jewish man. Benjamin Fogei Sevmour
War Veterans Auxiliary, has re- Gordon. Bernard KramarskvTi7
turned from the National JWVA ham IrtZSfiuSZ?^ ylS
auxiliaries1. **"* ^ ^"^ Zn^* "* *"" ***
Attending the convention with cnriui ,,
Mrs. Soldz were Mrs Harold Ber- ,h P delegates from each of
man, president of the N. Miami anlJ?^ f",u?s comPr's'ne the
Beach auxiliary; Mrs. Billie Kern ,M'a; h p'" f HadaKh w'" at-!
president of Miami Beach auxiliary s^L ^Tk ^ IrW,n "
and Mrs. Nat Goby, president of K^toW I****? S-**
Broward County auxiliary. Than IflSS^SeT^9 "^
Also attending was Mrs. Sam
City of Hope Group
Slates Cancer Drive
Miami Beach chapter of the City
of Hope, whose president is Mrs
Bernard Goldfinger, will hold a
membership drive luncheon at the
Sea (lull hotel Del 2. noon 'Ihe al
fair is to be a ku koff for the Suzan
Ball Cancer Research Memorial
Fund
The City of Hope National Med-
ical and Research Center is a free
and non sectarian medical center
dedicated to patient eare. treat-
ment, research and medical educa-
tion in the catastrophic diseases
(aiuer. leukemia, tuberculosis and
heart disorders amenable to sur-
gery
" In its 48-year history of service
to the afflicted, the City of Hope
has never eharged lor service! ren-
dered, regardless ,,f the length of
staj or of the complicated program
el (are and treatment Involved."
Mr- Goldfinger said Wednesday
The Miami Beach Chapter is one of
over 350 auxiliaries throughout the
nation.
Mrs. Irving Rubin, chairman, and
Mr- Bernard Hoffman, co-chair-
man, announce that all new num-
bers, joining the group at this lunch-
con will In- guest, ,,f the chapter.
Mrs. Harry Strull, program chair-
man, has scheduled Vincent J. Toz-|
zo, guitarist and singer; Elliott .
BeLson. Southeast regional director
of the City of Hope, guest speaker;
and a color movie. That Others
May Live."
In charge of reservation! are
Mrs Aaron Tubin and Mrs. Arthur
Tubin
will address the 59th annual con-
vention of the Zionist Organization /
of America Oct. 4 to 7 in the May- |,u ',., ''~ric,; Arthur
Dower hotel. Washington. DC. .ril.,|'y "", ",'n- tel fl
To date, more than 1.200 dele- and A 2 ES? **
i at.- representing some 600 D.s Ma.,a Y,, ,1"'*
tricts in all parts of the countrv, ,rl(, J, "clA**
are expected to attend. Seymour B Z.o,,,-, M**-
liebman, of Miami, president of North Hi,.". An,"
|the eight-state Southeast region, rieds; and (?i Y
has announced that the largest sin- director of hi ^^
In addition to Liebman. who will on the corS?^
lead the Southeast delegation, oth- pol.ev and tea!"fi
ers attending from Greater Miami committee on buZ.
include Dr. and Mrs. Morris Good-1 On 4 n m man. Burnett Roth. Sam Friedman. Liebman will bTh^*
Joseph Alter. Benjamin Appel, and east region delesT?
"erbert R- Lini<*- Mi Beach at the MavfloWer ""
Zionist District; Abe Kasow. Irving The four-day vl
Saal. A. Arthur Pekelner. and Sol' given over .full
Collins. Miami Zionist District. tion on all major
Abe Hurewitz. Max Ftiedson, Zionist movement tata
Morris Simon and Dr. A. Kitten, da. as made pub,?*
Coral Gabies Zionist District; Abra-'dent Mortimer May. li-
the topics "will range fog
izational issues to du
fundamental problems^
ideology and progran.|n
front of the agenda lootuj
rent American attitude L,
rael and the Middle E]
present is. pui1Cy w
ter "
The convention willbtl
opened on Thursday eveian
4. with a keynote addresskj|
Abba Hillel Sliver, of
Abraham A Goodman, L.
Miami Beach, chairmanfd
inner committee, mil
the opening session.-fiy t(|
ville, Tenn and a winter i
of Miami Beach, will
pre-idential addre^ at that]
The Friday night i_.
be dedicated to thccenlnatrj
late Justice Louis I)
address of tribute
life and works of the late 1
Brandcis will be given by Dr.I
ham Sacher, president ol I
University Walt ham. Ml
SaoM, former Z0A pre>id*|
preside at this session.
Dr. Emanuel Neumana.t
of the national Z0A ex .
mittee and member ol tkH
Agency executive, will
C10IIGI MOMtM
George Brumlik
Opens Campaign
For Commission
George Brumlik. Republican nomi keynote address al us S
nee for Dade county commissioner, night session de\otedtonS
opened his campaign "l-r;"' nd z,oni>m To,',"
officially
Last week in District Five.
Brumlik won the nomination in
last Mays primary to represent his
party in November's general elec-
tion.
Brumlik. 61-year-old industrialist
and businessman of Miami Beach,
is entering local politics for the
morow
Rabbi Waxm-Vi
Condition "Mm
oHkubI
Florida Auxiliaries
Get Special Awards
Sandier, representing the Norman first Meeting of Year
Bruce Brown auxiliary, winner of *>. r. ,,
the national "Queen for a Day" eon- of SateSS SSSVESlZ
test revealed this week that the' fir,.'
Mrs. Sidney Horn, Norman Bruce moc,lns; "> the Dew year will take
Brown auxiliary, was elected Na- E^",,"?*,* ''.'', > '" ""ra
fonal Guard. IcS^S^^ M "'<"
Two Get Awards
At Annual Affair
"Outstanding Citizens Award"
went to Robert M Morgan and Mrs.
v I> Pearce in ceremonies Scot
20 at the McAllister hotel.
Awards were made by Joseph M
Upton, president of Dade Federal
Ssvtiiga and Loan Assn.. patron of
the annual function sponsored here
by Sholem lodge of B'nai Brith
Morgan is immediate past presi-
dent f ,he M.am.Dade County
( hamhiT of Commerce, and Mrs
Pearce was one of Florida's repre-
sentatives ,o the Whlte House *on
ference on Education.
In additign to these awards, a
posthumous citation was made to
he family of the late J Mark Wil-
cox. former U. S. congressman and
J leader in the development of Mi-
ami International Airport and Ever
glades National Park
<;<"' speaker at the function
OrtJlUU, scheduled for Bayfront'
J"* " """ "''n.ernationallyrenown^.l
';'"" "-' -M SPP, creator of Li'l
Abner.
Doctors Hospital
nesday listed the cMditsifJ
first time. In enouncing the open- i Alfrctdh *"2 t^l
ing of his campaign Brumiik ow!n ^ SS
promised "a fighting, energetic efladers au,mt
race.- ia
"I am encouraged by the support **** W"SL23|
and a.ssistance I have been receiv- sion- nose {ractu"^ a i(
-lu .t,-sisIdlll-c nave Deen receiv-,".....-------- .^nti
ing from members ef both the Dem- -his w *8S 3*eS
ocratic and RepubUcan parties." he "s,on w,",h ~'
group of teenagers.
Rachline Namedl
Firm Sales JH,
said. "Although I certainly' be"-1 rouP "*****
lieve in a two-party system. I am
also convinced that most people
vote for the man. My campaign
committee and I welcome support
from all quarters regardless of
party."
The Republican candidate has
been a resident of the Miami area
for 22 years He is president of the
SW
Dade Monument-. ',
V 8th st.. has announce*
lion to ,ts sales sU
Rachline, 3631
American Rubber Corporation. \ +*
manufacturer of floor covering, al-, *mi- .. h re jortlsl
though management of the firm is A "_'*,.,. ,s .ellksJ"^
now by his two sons, W.rren and >"" Rach' "^ d re.
Thomas Brumlik. in cnic aUun
From 1937 to 1048. Brumlik "v",es ^ ., HfSli
founded and operated a chain of! He is a memo" ^^
Parking garages, including the Du rael Northside i" *
Pont bldg. gwage. which he built of Its in 19. During World War II. nition. he*""Lm^
he org.iZed the Florida Rubber '
Corporation and built a plant in
Miami that was destroyed by fire
m lkH7.
member
i
. r
dition. he
the Grand Lodg*
ias.
I0RDAN INVADES ISRAEL
CmMm**1 Um fag* I
man with Hi* observation that 3*
Israelis had besn killed and 51
wounded "owing to Jordanian r
gratslon" during the past six
months.
rri"i Utt^H
line was active id i- ^
tion League of BW
Northern Ne J*
Unued his Bnai BJ
s.nce coming to *"
Rachline and ai> *
Urte, Hisieah; *ff
land, and Mrs. -
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J**iM*nt**Mmn
ians Bid for Ouster of Old Guard Nazis from Army
Continued from P 1
bi organization by verdict of the Interna-
Stan Tribunal, in good part due to the role
; in the million-fold murder of the Jewish
j west Berlin "Tagcsspiegel" writes in an
. .The voung people of Germany, inclined
Ljsm as'they are. and the Allied liaison of-
signed to a future joint headquarters, will
kfficult to draw distinctipns once they start
bemselves whether a given officer of the
. was a participant when the Warsaw ghetto
was liquidated, when women and children were shot
down in Oradour, when "living space' was conquered
in Russia or when Jews were gassed in Auschwitz."
The Munich "Club of Republican Publicists," a
group of anti-Nazi writers, newspapermen and radio
people, points out in a declaration of protest that
while not all SS enlisted men were volunteers. SS
officers affected.by the new government decision all
voluntarily and by conviction supported the most
radical measures against justice, human dignity and
religion. SS officers now admitted to the higher ranks
of the new German Army, who would soon become
commanding officers of battalions and regiments,
could then mould their troops in their own image.
PAGE 11
we have, moreover, every reason to l tion to make good the threats he
fear that it is his implacable inten-' never tires of uttering."
Bond Conference Launches 45 Million Drive for 1956
M
mm bar rav H*r
(here
lear
Di
Is
;trict
raeli
Cmtimmtd Irtm fm,t I
of the measures necessary for Is-
rael's strength and security."
The Ambassador stated that ef-
forts of Israel to obtain modern
arms "have not substantively
failed." He said: "Indeed, amongst
the transactions which have made
Israel stronger, one or two have
been publicly announced. We owe
appreciation to all the governments
whose action, authorization and in-
fluence have helped us to record
new accretions of our defensive
strength." He cited a May 8 state-
ment by Secretary of- States Dulles
expressing belief that "wide dis-
crepancies" in miliary strength be-
tween Israel and the Arab states
should be removed.
"This mutually accepted princi-
ple has dominated the discussions
between our two governments on
arms questions in recent months,
Mr. Eban declared. "From this com-
mon ground of principle we have
been able to achieve a measure of
fruitful cooperation and under-
standing."
Israel Finance Minister Leri
Eshkol told the conference that
Israel, because of the flow of Com-
munist arms shipments to the
Arabs, finds itself required to make
heavy deefnse expenditures which
"can have a dangerous effect on the
future of our economy." He empha-
sized that "the more we spend on
defense, the less we have for eco-
nomic development." He told the
conferees that "never before has
Israel needed the proceeds of the
bonds as urgently as today "
Rabbi Abba Hi'llel Silver told the
conference here that "there i- no
doubt in my mind that the present
Munich appeasement line, vis-a-vis
the dictator in EgyDf Mid the Arab
states generally, will have to be
abandoned before long.
Mayor dershon Agron of Jerusa-
lem told the conference, "we have
every reason to doubt the ability of
I the great powers to restrain our
I impetuous, petulant and enraged
neighbors, particularly the tryant
to the south. Colonel Nasser .
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Finegold, president of
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'night. Oct. 1. at the North
Jebh Center. I
speaker will be Meir Bar
.special representative of I
I government, who is now
ass country tour, discussing
Tent situation in the Middle
Us an outstanding; attorney
and a noted authority on
I Eastern affair- He has been
ent of Israel since 1924. He
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During World War II, he
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with the Israeli Army of
during the War of Inde-
Ke. I'pon his release from
[service in 1950, he became
Bent president of the Naval
Martial, and is now serving
lor with the Israel Reserves.
1952, he has been a niem-
toe national board of the
Ex-servicemen Assn., and
rated that organization at the
assembly of the World
I Congress in Geneva in 1953.
June he represented Is-
Khe World Veterans Conven-
ed in Brussels.
artist at the meeting will
Ml Berliner, also from Hai-
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Whs.
tn of the North Shore Zion-
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.Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk and
Pn Xuckerhraun, have ar-
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k-*UHI Shemini Afzereth, Simchas^tofalii Iff fogIfeWay'sr End
The Final two days of the Succoth festival P0ahana*4ttohah an beiM marked in Hou i
Worship Thursday and Fridaj throughout the Greater Miami area Shemini Atzercth highlights the Feast
of Conclusion. Yizkor Memorial services are Mhednied for Ttiiykdav morning Concurrent with this holiday
i- Sbnchas Torah, the joyous occasion o* the aoacluslon oi (he Torah, preparatory t" starting it af lin
the first portion .>i the Book oi <; nesii Simch Torah is i ted Thursdaj evening and Friday i
ituj with Hakofoth, or a Torah processional, participal in by ;iil congregants
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 78iH Cariyle
Frid
Qy.
)ar
JHu.
with
morn-
awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.


. Man

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ANSHE EV.ES. 2343 Coral Way.
BETH DAVID. 7625 SW 3rd awe.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen
berg. Cantor William W. Lioson.
)' Way 9 a n S'al ii VU-xai
I Mlnol I
ra R;M p.m. 8ei i i
tllble ii.-, ia,
- 'ii Bai Mlttwal J i i.n M
M >! Kb ha it ll ill
CANCmiCHTIHG TIME
Tishii 23 6:20 p.m.
4'
Homeer"
tl : I ., '

id in, mi tli
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th awe. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Louis Garfenhaus.
BETH EMETH.
awe. Conservative.
12201 NW 7th
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Roft-
man.
I Ida) -
Even 11
" ..... \ K< H.
..Ii Ki mi.Hi .

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
K lav ,
I
uii b) i: .
.
BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky.
.
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conserwative. Rab-
bi Boris Rackowsky.

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Bth St., Homestead. Conserwatiwe.
Morris Gerti officiates.
a
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con-
serwative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
CEN
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 630
75th st. Conservatiwe. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitt. Can*~r Edwarrl Klein.
r I IS a.m.
Ueaud hn ii..- MdM
Hlt*> i ii HI. g ul U and
.Inn l:*H *A

SOUTH DADE JEWISH
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard.
i Ida* l IS pm in the Merrtrk M.I* .
It) ul Miami rai pui Hertnon:
,.....- I ida. -1ii '

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
6438 SW 8th st. Conserwatiwe. Rab-
bi Abraham Lewitan.
i i Rateji dai
l Idult Bible laaa t 3" p m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase aw*. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
------------------------. .. .., ^www. StUtSOTIV- ------------- -... neuvi U*U
fiwe. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Kronish. Cantor Samuel KeUmer
Yehudah Heilbraun.
a a a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservatiwe. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malawsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
s
i'ii *
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Dawid Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
I'i Ida) I It p in s.itin,i.,\ in.4i
a a
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Canter
Ben Grossberg.

TEMPLE EM AN U-EL. 1701
Washington awe. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwing Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
I) :t in Rermoa bj RaM.I
1 Hnturdmy
.. hi Herman 'WeekI) p rtlon '
CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320
Palermo ave. Liberal. Ribbi Morris
Skop. Cantor Irwing Robinson.
' .
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Naret.
Cantor Jacob Bornstain.
P i "ii v laaUacsj
Anawet "
; 11-'Iixi.in ""an
LAUDERDALE EMANUEL.
1801 S. Andrews awe.. Ft. Lauder-
dale. Rerorm. Rabbi Marius Han-
son. *
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. J** **** **&.}**&. "" "' "~* "^ **
*bbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Sam- !*""V?* *?^ R,bW *' .
oel Gomberg. mon Apnl- c*n,or ***'a Kelemer
1
Rabbi
it*
Mitzvah Sq
Barry nl)Urd ^
Jewi,h Center. R,i,
*l officiate ''
Mr and Mrs. HerbaJTIj
'on. he ha, *,eM^
Kllglous school fT"
years.
A reeeption ,, j
honor Saturday e^J
on Normandy hk cLY
dude his grandrnwherj
Jacobs. Brooklyn, NY-
and uncle. Mr. and nil
Cohen. Philadelphia,^ ,
Beach Training StairJ{
December Dote fa,.
Planning far in a*
major fund raising nejf
Beach Training School I
ed children.
Executive board mnigi
Alter revealed WediHsi>|
organization will hold
dance Dec 25 eve
Quarter
Mrs Dora Koretsky.
has .ippointed Mrs. Md
chairman of the event
COMING TO ei
S3, 0' Hui 1
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Heim.


- itorrf its
llfl from it,. Pint Ui
5720 SW 17fh
Rabbi Alfred

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
TEMPLE ZION.
st. Conservative.
Waxman.
HVhlay ,rt ,, SMH.nl.>
Hold lien will of".
r Rabbi \\.,x

I hi ..I.-. i
man.
m exander W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor
Neu.
I'i W ,-i,i
Gross.
','! u
Mlnrlm i ;, ,, s.,, ,,,..,> .,

Anshe Ernes Plans New Sunday School
TIEERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Maurice Clanti.
Lj sermon
ah ..,i ihe
Work." s.i ,,.

Tin. .
In, ,.iii.
Anshe Emes Congregation, 2343
I oral Way. is making plans tur its
new Sunday school, scheduled to
begin activities Sept. 30.
Mrs Abraham Bloomstone. 2375
SW 22nd tor., school chairman, and
t.ve director Louts Bcfcwamman
wil meet with parenU and pros-
pective pupi|.s SundaP g| Ih< (
t-T tr a briefing session on the
cnooi I new programs
| In addition to Mrs Bloomstone.
KnX^'^w'Sd^
TORAH TEMPLE. 1JS4
awe. American Judaism.
Abraham Cassal.
Stephen, son oi Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Rons. 6931 Indian Creek
dr.. will become Bar Mittxvah
Saturday morning at North
Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate. Stephen is a student
in the religious school of the
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
JoM
.Voodway Of 75* Sf.,1
Okcv w -irofc, i
West
Rabb.
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P ans for Orthodox Jewry's part in thtf-fall
State of lsraei Bonds campaign are mapped
by (left to right) Philip Weiss. Ehiel Lesow-
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*w/ jnity Center Adds Mew Pros
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PAGE 13
n,ices of the Greater
5sh Community Center
ngthcncrl this year by
m of new professional
nnel according to an an-
^Wednesday by Efraim
Cecutive director.
staff members are Don-
, and Mrs Dolores Pearl.
Jewish Assn. of Neighborhood Cen-
ters in New York. She is married
to Nisson Pearl, a former Branch
supervisor with the agency, who is
now in private business in Miami.
Mr. LaBelle recently arrived in
Miami from St. Louis, Mo., after
serving for the past two years as a
professional group worker with the
GOLD A MIR MUTES TISSUE PAPER TALE
i
have born appointed Jewish Community Centers Assn.
kion supervisors for
-Belle will be devoting
time to the supervision
0n work program con-
GMJCC for residents at
, Home for the Aged. He
[activities of part time in-
land volunteer workers
National Council of Jew-
of that city.
M*S. PfAH
LmBULE
Jordan 'Explanation' of Attack on
Archeology Party Blasted by Israel
Continued from Pooe I
that the Jordan version of the attack contradicted the facts as revealed
by an investigation of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission.
Both Israeli and non-Israeli witnesses gave testimony to the MAC team
and said they had made out two machine guns firing, in addition to a
single rifle, the Foreign Ministry noted.
The shooting lasted at least 90 seconds, which is beyond the 20-round
capacity of a single Bren gun. it was pointed out. The number of casual-
ties also disproves the assertion that only one attacker was involved, the
Foreign Ministry said, expressing surprise that the UN truce organiza-
tion would give currency to this explanation.
A communique issued by United Nations true headquarters reported
that the seaior Jordan delegate to the Mixed Armistice Commission had
informed it: "One of our soldiers was suddenly taken by madness, seized
a Bren gun, and directed it at a group of people in the Ramath Rachel
settlement and started firing. He was arrested immediately and taken
to a hospital."
In her talk with Gen. Burns, Mrs. Meir emphasized that Israel
placed full responsibility on the Jordan Government and army command
which is responsible for both the discipline and mental state of its
have been extended to county and soldiers. She declared that confidential statements to Israeli representa-
neilof South Honda. I "e openeu ra me puuiic onwov. i. state 0fflcia|s prom nent business .; ,u ,u t ^ ., ,
> fives that the Jordan Government and army commanders were doing
everything possible to ensure quiet along the borders were incompatible
with a"f?a"gl witn overl inc'tement D>' Jordan authorities of enmity and war against
Pan-American Pageant Will Herald
163rd St. Shopping Center Opening
A pageant paying tribute to the
.'ational l mm 21 Pan American Union nations and JtSTSn'LS!! ,LaHtin/Vmer;can
whoh,,v, been cooper-((.anada wj|1 higW|ght ,he forma, "^wiM ^ .nv.ted._and a an-
is project. opening of Florida's biggest shop-
*W some ten ainerenx center, officials of the devel-
will represent his
Center, in North
Shop-
Dade. will
adian official
country.
Mayors of the local communities
surrounding the giant Center are
expected to attend .Also, invitations
renew sunn ....... --- pmg
land 15 volunteer leaders n, revealed this week
ErrssirVSi
onsored Jewish Young Png
.J.'o'.n'.iv' conduct- From inquiries they have been re- a^ocialTa'ders.'
.u .i,. v.,rih n irtp ceiving, Center officials said they* _,.
C2 "Si ,u ,oPar^expecta throng of at least lO.Oob! The opening rites will begin,
liter and Mmitin no i am r ... promptlv at 10
"on will be staffed this People will attend the colorful cer-
rs Pearl These nrograms emonies._____________^________^
|ubactivities on the junior
senior hiuh levels. Mrs.
, >0uth activities -upervis-
iTown Branch from 1953
[when -he also served as
[director for the summer
uate of Brooklyn College,
ad group work experience
Uanhattan Beach Jewish
|ty Center. Ocean Front
nmunity (enter and the
Pythians Will
Dedicate Site
raising ceremony to be conducted
by the Center's "theme girl," who
will be appropriately dressed in
flowing robes symbolizing the Sta-
tue of Liberty.
While American Legion and high
school bands play, the flags of all
the nations will be raised on 20-foot
high flagpoles. Each national ban-
Israel.
,
y
Ben Essen, local attorney and
civic leader, will be principal speak-
er when the Pythian building com- nor will be hoisted aloft by the girl
mittee dedicates its land on Sun- dressed in the costume of that coun-
>day. Ceremonies Nri 11 take place try, and the consul. ,
2 p.m. at NW 46th ave. and W.| Invited guests of the Center will
Flagler st. | watch from a special stand placed
A special program has been in the middle of the flower-and-
planned for the day under the flag-bedecked mall,
chairmanship of Abe Cutler. In- j Invocations wjU ^ offered by a
vited guests include Moyar Randall minjster a pries, and a rabbi tne,
N. Christmas; Adolph Rachline. spirjtual ,eaders characterizing the
Grand Inner Guard Grand Lodge, American idea| 0f religious free-1
Knights of Pythias; Mrs. Warren dom Speeches of dedication by sev-
Kinggard, Grand Chief Pythian
Sisters of Florida; and other dig
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Building plans are in progress
for an up-to-date lodge hall. Leon-
ard Glasser is architect. Murray
Friedberg. president of the 177
Building Corp., states that construc-
tion will start in the very near fu-
ture.
eral of the Shopping Center's lead-
ers will be made, and some of the
invited dignitaries will speak.
124 I 12*. SHOtElAND ARCADE
T lit PHONE FR 1-1 Ml
BfN fSSfN
Mark Simchas Torah
N
Simchas Torah was observed at
Beth Jacob Congregation this week
with Chassidic folk dances and
songs of Israel and Surope Choir
leader was Josh Rephun.
1 WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continue*! fram ft 4
p I>rael Ron.I dnves in principal U.S. cities he is scheduled
f?rin Miami Ocl 0 Mayor Agron is charged by the Committee
PWymg the official Chief Rabbinate of Israel" and. again, of
mining the existing authority of the traditional rabbis .
f'- will wreak havoc and chaos ..."
the very name of this group. Committee'for Freedom of
no Israel, states that it is again freedom of religion except
it"practice religion as some see it. This trend toward authori-
'pre-'-ion and promises of violence here, in conjunction with
Fevents in Israel, perhaps bears out that my cynical friend around
pon the right track for the anti-Semite's ultimate triumph. As
londer ordinary circumstances, his plan oughtn't be repeated
i in the nature of a warning that Jews are indeed, capable of
">ng manueiveg with the precision some of them bring to
fie manipulation.
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JfrlstncrkUar
UMLARY MtXDWJX
Brilliant Writer Maurice Samuei -Debunks Facile Fossil
THE PROFESSOR AND THE FOSSIL. By Maurice Samuel. Some Ob-
servations on Arnold J. Toynbee's "A Study of History." 268 pp.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $4.00.
dor the Impression thai poinl
has been made when it has actual-
ly been avoided In welter ol
words," and he i% *- some choice
British historian Arnold .1.
Toynbee. in Volume I of his mow I
ten-volume "A Study of History,"
called the Jews "fossilized relics
of societies now extinct.'* This
quotation, and a number oi oth-
ers, came in for sonic wide pub-
licity about .i year ago, whereupon
there arosp the usual confused
clamor from the outrages' i into whose sensitivity Prof Toyn-
bee had stuck Ins pen. it remained
tor Maurice Samuel, well-known
author, translator and i. etu
write thi- scathing and th<
critique "f Prof. Toynbee's work,
his scholarship, Ins objectivity,
and his integrity.
Mi Samuel attacks the confu-
sion-, prejudice-, and intellectual
distortions" in "A stud> of His.
torj" in three mam ways lie chal-
lenges, first of ail. the Intelligibil-
it) ol some area-, the "essential
meaninglessness of much of the
work the complete -ell obfu-
cation Toynbee's method is to
pa-- hack and l'.rth among contra-
dictory statements which he has
bedded down in a va-t array of
dazzling "facts Mr Samuel calls
thi- the 'Blurring or Dizzying Ef-
fect, which leaves the reader- un-
RAY MR fcOVKJV
example
Secondly, Mr Samuel chal-
lenges the fact-, not only those
which are present, but also the
complete suppression >'i thi
Ish spiritual and intellectual con-
tributions of the p.i-I 2
Thirdly, he disputes the "account
of certain eontempor;
events in the Jewish field," and
indicates "where he has on I
from thejecord matt rial winch he
had at in- disposal, and which in
'k helped to prepare, so th.it
a distorted pic-
ture "
thief among these recent
Arabs from Israel. Pro! Toyn-
bee's heinous prejudice floucrs
in full malice in statements like
this Thi' e\il deeds committed
by the Zionist Jews against the
Palestinian Arabs that were com-
parable to crimes committed
agahtst the Jews by the Nazis
BUI the N',171 ('entiles- fall u.i-
le-s tragic than the Zioni-t Jews'.
On the morrow of a persecution in
Europe the Jews' immediate
reaction to their own experience
was to become persecutors in
their turn."
Other historians have noted
what Mr. Samuel so beautifully
.Is. that Prof Toynbee has
a most unseholarly halxt. he
selects the instances winch will
nipporl his thesis, or he pre-ents
them in a way that suits him." Ap-
tlv the professor would rath-
er have his thesis become hkstorj
than histoq be his thc-is
Mr. S.i'iuiel does much more
than simply tear Toynhce apart
lie al-o restores a good part ot the
: cord which tin1 professor has
omitted, and discusses the nature
of the Jewish spirit, of its ethos
and techniques of survival. And
he offers a breath-taking and mag-
nificlent definition: "What then
I- the Jewish people? It is a con-
tinuing association of individuals
now some thirty-five hundred or
four thousand years old, working
out an experiment in the relation
-hip to Cod Judaism in Jewrv
is an experiment in time."
Mr. Samuel pointed out in a
letter to TIME Magazine (Sept
24) that "I am angry with Toyn-
bee because I believe (and think
I nave proved m my book) that
his views on Judaism and the
Jewish people are heavily tjnr.
tured with anti Scmitism. His
scholarship in the Jewish sad
some other fields does not move
me to anger but to derision As
far as this reader is concerned
.Mr Samuel, in a most OnfoasiMlke
manner, has more than proved his
point.
^y^x^j
*
MiLTO\ VMKBMAN
MMlKf JAS4J.
rtUck,,'
A Leading Force in This 'Good Office' Move is Anti-ls
Washington
ANTI ISRAEL elements are
attempting to bring about a
secret meeting between President
Eisenhower anil Adlai Stevenson
to take the Israel issue "out of
politics." The move is being made
for hi partisan agreement in the
name of national security with the
knowledge and tacit support of
Secretary of State Dulles.
A leading force in these be-
hindthe scenes activities is the
anti-Israel ''.National Committee
Egyptian Espionage in Switzerland Shows Interesting Facts
Geneva
|T ALL blew up over a story in the French news-
paper "Figaro Their Geneva corespondent Rene
Mossue splashed the front page with charge that
trie Egyptian Government wo- conducting what the
spj conscious Swiss would bluntly call "economic
t spionage "
Mossue went even further. He said that Kgvptian
nts had mad< exhaustive enquiries to find out
what holdings Egyptian Jew- had in Swiss banks
Recalling that such snooping w;,. rennm-cent of
Nazi activity Mossue c.,ii,,i for an end to tin- scur-
rilous violation of traditional Swiss hospitably and
demanded the culprits be brought to book
It took over a week for the Swiss Foreign office
in Bern to comment on the affair. It ,|| with
the kind ot prgon typical of diplomatic circle-
caught up m an embarrassing disclosure it refer-
red to -so called" report- -fought to the atten-
tion ol etc and found the pat answers Hut it
nut not an-wer Mossu's charges.
But not so the Sw,ss press With its usual pedan-
ic insistence for counting every tree in the wood
they began to snap a) the heels ot veteran reporter
Mossue, It wasi whispered: "He will he hauled over
the coals for this one."
JS n'!h a" ,h,> anxit',y '*' uww On M.....
story, not one correspondent or diplomat for that
^^.w*bteton.ilit.|ie.w.atth^tried
to do. fading this, was to belittle imd imk,(,(1
SON AT RAN' HHUMH __
brought even more to light in their attempts. Their
stone- ol cour-e carried the usual "reliable
source- tag and one would not have to look van
far in Bern to find the "leak."
What did actually come to light
I. Egyptian agents, later identified hv the Swiss
preas, did arrive in Switzerland to commit acts ,
tavor Ol a loreign state "
2 They did check on the flight of capital" from
Egypt in recent months This included checks on
Urea* and Armenian resident- in Egypt and Egyp-
tian nationals of the Jewish and Christian faith-'
3 They did not get any cooperation from Swiss
bankini circles who are prohibited hv law from
giving out information regarding its clients
4 The two agents were high ranking officers in
the Egyptian intelligence service and operated long
enough ,n Switzerland to submit reports back to
their headquarters on their work of economic peep-
holing here, H
s.oLd^nH aV,'VI"CS WaS :' '"M *+ h3S "'"
stoped, and will continue here and elsewhere Work
afort in Egypt to prepare a case" ai!;,,ns, ..,,.
lOfrt elements' when the f.me Is found opportune.
At the present time no more can be said about
Uus EgypUu probing Switzerland What can be
;;'< M -ha, official circles ,n the throc- J hi
debate on traditional Swiss neutrality do not want
th.s kind of thmg blown up out of all proporUon
for Security and Justice in the
Middle East This group includes
such personalities as Commander
Elmo Hutchison, former UN Arm-
istice Commissioner who sought
to blame Israel for Near East
tension. Its leading spokesman is
Alfred M. Lilienthal. who agitat-
ed against Israel at the recent Re-
publican and Democratic conven-
tions.
At a press conference last
month at San rrancisco, Lilien-
thal said that Sen. Ralph E. Flan-
ders. Vermont Republican, had
indicated agreement with Lilien-
thals objectives. Lilienthal claim-
ed Sen. Flanders favored Eisen-
how-Stcvenson talks after the con-
ventions for a bipartisan agree-
ment on the highest level to avoid
"catering to Zionist pressure
votes."
Questioned in Washington by
this reporter. Sen. Flanders said
he thought the idea of bi partisan
agreement was "a good one." He
said he thought this a correct
course of action and echoed Dul-
les' desire to eliminate Israel as a
matter for campaign debate.
While he thought an Eisenhower-
Stevenson meeting on Israel was
"the proper thing" and that he
was m sympathy with the idea,
he had not promised to be "a mov-
ing spirit-
Democratic leaders close to
Stevenson through it very unlikely
the Democratic nominee would
meet with the President on this
matter. It was pointed out that
RAYtB SCHWARTZ
Stevenson is fira|r(>1
favoring arms for B
l-i-cnhowerhasturtwll
assistance. The
form openly pM^J
Communist munitrans d
to the Arabs "by -ellai^
ing defensive weaponsa]
The Republican platfonai
advocate arms for krat
Lilienthal said at SaaI
that he was told by u_
bers of Congress that sa]
Zionist group should be |
that persons who fek i
succeeded in keeping,
Israel out of the GOP.I
He identified his uifi
Rep Frances Boltos,
publican member of fe]
Foreign Affairs Com
H. Alexander Smith,
Republican on the Senate]
Relations Committee;
Arthur V Wsttrim, Ititi
can.
The elements soc
alleged pro-Israel inlU.
domestic political affunl
attention to the injectii
propaganda into the I
and Republican
terial distributed by thi,
formation Center in ttall
to convention delegate 1
propaganda carrying taw
head of the "Egypt"*
. Washington. DC"
anti-Zionists apparently
consider thi- a foreign i
in U.S. domestic pjlipje *
*'
Simchas Torah Fete is Now Upon Us
Does Israel Really Gain Anything from Retaliatory Raids?
MRE RETALIATORY raid, worthwhile^""'1'"'
Does Israel gain anything by sending a puni-
tive force sweeping across the bonier to mete out
punishment to Arab villager- or an army or police
post which sen,- u headquarters for a
murderous infiltrators/ Should the Mosaic e lie
an eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth" be followed'
Or is he first link in an end.es, rhm ,,
and coun er-ra.d. each fostering the motive for he
n.-x until a never-ending action and reaction pre*
nes oT ,h" 7'T an" imh0,i,,t',l m ,ht' COnSCiOUS.
MM of the Israelis and Arabs?
Although these questions have beat) diseu-,,1
and red.scussed for year, ,n Israel, no dear do
sion has emerged.
For the first few yam following the 194fi War
of Independence. Israel followed a policy of strict
restraint, or, in other words, of turning the other
cheek. Infiltration continued
Then Israel, with the famed Kibva raid em-
barked on a series of punitive action- which caught
world headlines. Infiltration continued
Lately Israel has again adopted a policy of re-
straint. especially following the "cease f, agree-
ment reached by Mr. Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary
'""h d.aling gang- ,f ,' ?2 "n "l"PV'"ii
Ige. Condemnations by the r, v "2 p"-
:::;;;iis......."".....MIXES
st.il more pat! > m,V n,"r'' l'-""".v. ,nd
:r "'*'.......>-......" *kT&
The pacifists stata that avtntiuft. ,h w
come to their sensa. h( Arahs Wl"
^weentheAr,:,:::,-' j:,;'''/''''-''''''"'^'''-"
en oi mutual pr.....tritV .'":"' '" a KuUU"
reiving a helping hnh ,T ^ "?M Md
U,llk,n''''''.'me,V^n.r k '"r r'"*'- "
own accord.
M#E'VE had a lot of holiday or.
as Jews say. "Good Days." and
Sunchas Torah winds up the sea-
son. Holiday comes from holy
day. but the Jewish word is Yom
TO* or Good Day. Jews would call
Lincoln's birthday. Fourth of
July and those other days on
which the banks are closed Good
Days or Yom Tovim.
Certainly Simchas Torah is a
Good Day They tell the story of a
Jew in an Orthodox synagogue on
Yom Kippur. He kept looking at
the women's gallery, obviously
taken with some attractive wom-
an. A tallow Jew called him to
task. "It's'Yom Kippur. VM
know '
Whan I look in the women's
gall.ry," was the reply, "it feels
like Simchas Torah.
Sum ha* Torah is a day of high
Joy It's Jhe Day of the Rejoicing
of the law, or the Torah.
Jews asked the question. The
Torah was given on Sheviioth just
'"fore the beginning of summer.
Why should the day of the Rejoic-
[ng of the Law come a season
l"er? The aejoielng should be at
the time of the giving
In answer they told a parable
about a bridegroom. At his wed-
ding, he was contemplative and
1 and certainly not as joy-
ful a- the occasion would suggest.
lie was ai-kcd for the reason for
inxietv and he replied, T
cannot be joyful yd. IJ
know how the marriage"
out. When I have beeaM
little and find rhst it^
then I will rejoice." _
So the Jew delayed th]
ing" until he could find'
marriage with the To
success. Let no r---
come around on SisrhH
*Leet teetotaler and la"
people agitate, if ther-
year around, but Id
away on Simchas T-1
then to recite the btear
ed be He who creati
of the grape" and
Pnusaa
Ul UK s' "i-
who also created
It's a Mitzvah to be M
on Simchas Torah. Ri
dancing, for singing Jon
Thev tell the sloo '
Simchas Torah who.J"
spiffigated. went are** e
and ringing the >*
comes from the dust tf"'
dust he will return .
.M you find no n*j
ful verse to 'T'"'""V1
I,- not ehsarhm'J
If man had been mHI
and then turned l
would be -"I ,lU'
from the dust and e
dust and in between f-
Simchas Toral-1"^ ,
n.a-hke (drink) it'*"


1956
+ torts* nnrirU**
PAGE 15
fisher Will
. Tuesday
E-w executive secre-
CSbtriet Grand Lodge,
E will be guest speaker
JU mee.,nS of Mum.
C on Tuesday, president
Lengold announced
Lscnt will be AI fclkes.
Cembership chairman and
[Pallet presidentelect ot
Lstrict. Irving Schatzman
Uship chairman of the
le. ____
tionT/Meii's Clob
'vnday Brunch Swits
L. Rosen, president of the
,o of Temple Beth Sholom,
kneed the first in a serie.
, morning brunches, to be
fourth Sunday of each
Ibrunch will be Sunday.
l(or the purpose of meet-
fcmple's new Youth Activi-
ctor, Herbert Blocm. Also
is a message by Rabbi
iBaumgard. of the South
Mi (enter and director
fcti Florida Council f the
American Hebrew Con-
Club Holds Party
|D Brandeis Womens' club
[card parly Wednesday at
V hotel Mrs. Belle LaBost
tharce of the affair.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl'TICE IS HEHKIIV (1IVKN that
Ili- under signed, desiring to engage in
business iinili-r the r i. 1111.. i j name iif
A A A DISCOUNT A(!KS('T at 37 N.
E. tut Avenue, Miami, Intend I
later until mime wllh the <'
i ii. hi' Court of Da<1e County. Florida.
It W. AI'TK
LEO ACKERMAN
9/21-28 10/:.-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
rF)'"irHA'.';IVi-,','V "'"""">' name of
.to r.-g ft^ffS&^ta^^:
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business umlor the fi. titlc.u name of
COMMERCIAL ELECTRONICS t
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In _
business under the fictitious name of"
NoRMANDY Ml'BIC A NO ART
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
SHANTY MAK ft DRILL hi 3123 N. W
22nd Avenue, Miami, intend to register
.-.ud name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of l>ade^County. Florida.
LEON .1. OKI.si IN
MICHAEL PAVIJOA
KESSLER ft OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
ITS-' W. Flagler St.
9/21-28 10/S-1Z
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the limit-ruin tie.I. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious tniin.- of
MAR-SEA-CO SALES at 3(0 N. W.
71st Street, Miami, Fits id.i intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
ALEX 8. COHEN
PAG I SKA Its
MAKC.O C CI.ARK
A Joint Venture,
Sole Owners
TIIKolKiIlK It. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant*
I Lincoln Road Bldg.
928 10/5-12-19
mfvRA '-AiiS. AHorneV;-
I li*2 Went Flagler Street
Attorneys for Applicant
9/14-21-2H in/;,
IN
itaid name witli the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of iade County, Florida.
LEO 111'BE KM AN, Sole Owner
9/7-14-21-28
CE' UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEKKBY UIVEN that
|,
I name pi
Lvs RKVIKW COMPANY
I, ,. |l '..-... Ml.inn
pa. intends lu n glstei lid
Jth ih.- i Circuit
i.la
MAX I.EBOST
lAI N R08CH
(Of Applicant
. Rnd lll.li:
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
til IH HERKIIY OIVEN that
tJlfttifl. dealt inn to engage In
\ under the fictitious name of
MEREDITH hi : l S \V M
Iml, Intend! la :. glsti i -aid
nth thr rink .-f tii,. Circuit
I Dadr County, ki..i Ida
SYLVIA Al.T.MAN
l-IMJ
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
the under sinned, desiring to eriKiiKe In
buslm ss under the flctltloua name t.f
SUN-OLO PRODUCTS CO. (not ln< i
at lOi Not Ih.-ast 31th Sll.-et. Miami.
Florida Irilend l< reg1etei -aid name
with the Clerk of the Cfrcull Courl of
ii.le County, Florida.
, OEl >ROK U KOTLER
KENNETH CHAITMAN
KOVNBR A- MANNHEIMER
\i tome) fi i
RUN-OLO PRODUCTS CO (not Inc.)
' n i".B-ii-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
?JAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
the under signed, dealrlng to engage lo
bualneaa under the hi mi..us name "f
I. A HEADWEAR at 2010 N E 2nd
Am- Intend to register said name with
rh. I'l.ti, of the cm ult Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BEN LU8TI0
NATHAN AARON
9/28 10/1-12-19
NOJ'CE BY PUBLICATION
. J3SL CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
|, EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 193754
HERBERT MILLER. Plaintiff.
VK.
SARA MILLER. Defendant.
TO: SARA MILLER
4 East 93th St.
Brooklyn. N.Y.
You are required to serve a cony of
.your answer to the lt.ll of Complaint p r PlalHTERlf
for Divorce on the plaintiff', attorney, Jo,*., Stan* haX
and to file the original answer in the *,,',, ,'naent fn
Office of -he ci.-rk of the Cirruil Court ',""*.{. S"S2tJS
on or before the 13th day of Octolwr.
A.D. ISM); otherwise, the Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore fUed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
7th day of September. 1938.
K It I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: JOAN COIRNOYER.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
in?:: Seyl.old Hulldinir, Miami, Fla.
9/14-21-28 10/3
number 1205 Lincoln Bond. Room 221. CAMP, at 1(121 Hlanitz Drive. Miami
In the City of Miami Beach, Florida In-I Beach, Florida, intends to register
tends to register the said name ulth
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Haled at Miami lle.t, h. Hoi Ida thin
17th day of September. 1936.
MBLVIN POLLACK
Attorney for Firm:
NORMAN F SOLOMON
Attorney at l.uw
1203 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach 19, Fla.
9/21-2S in i.1|
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Hotlca is hereby Riven that the
partnership heretofore mihaistinR !-
lu. ,n us, the undersianed, IyOI'IS
HADARO an.l RI'IIEN 1>. PCRVlS.
heretofore carrying on huslneas as
H PliASTERlNfl. 2830 8.W. 19th
been dissolved by
>m and after the
olh day of September. 1938.
Mills HAHARO
RUMEN D. I'lRVIS
ALADER E PACZIER. Atty.
Rot W. Flajtler Rtreet
9/14-21-28 10/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 193543
CLARENCE LONG, Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |s HEREBY OtVBN that
the understated. deslrlnR to enRaae In
Oeniiiv clerU business under the fictitious name of
CLOSETS DE COR. at 9432 Hai.llnE
Avenue, Sin fslde. Dad* Countv. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
CLOSET nOFTIQCE. INC
By Mae BALKAN, Presldenl
9/14-21-28 10/5
NOTICE
TO
or
DEFEND
IN
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 194049
OEORflE HOPKIN8, Plaintiff
vs.
Vl< "LET IH IPKINB. D.-i.n bint.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fletltkius name of
MIAMI MARBLE AND TILE COM'
I'ANY. at 3901 S.W. 3th Terrace, Mi-
ami, Intends to register aaid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
If. I. ZANK. Sole Owner
9'21-28 10/3-12
JL'LIA MAE LfflO, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti : JULIA MAE LONG
Water SI
Tro). \lal
TOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill of Complaint for- Divorce
da | I..-.-n filed aualn-f yOU, and >oi|
are hereby required to serve copy of TO: VIOLET HOPKINS
your answer or otherwise plead to the I Residence I'nknown
Bill "f Complaint for Divorce on the] You VIOLET HOPKINS arc hereby
attorney for the plaintiff, AARON M. I notified that a Bill of Complaint for
KANNER. 2:::i Sh..r. land Building. Mi- Divorce has been filed against you.
ami. Florida, ami file the original of land you are required '" serve copy
sin h answer or pleadini in the office of your Anawei or Pleading to the inn
of Hi. Clark of the Circuit court in of complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor-
and for Dade Coiinlv. Florida, at Mi- tiev. BEN E88EN, Esq., 1014 Seybold
ami, Florida, on or before the nth Itldg., Miami. Florida and file the
day of October. 1936. |original AnjiWer oi Pleading in the
If vou fall to do BO Judgment hv do- .office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
fault will he taken against you for tin or In-fore the 19th day of October.
the relief demanded In the Bill BflltoS. If you fall to do ao. Judgment by
Complaint f..r Divorce. {default will be taken against you for
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 35880-A
RE: KSTATK OF
WII.F 8EOEL, a/k/a
Wl'l.F C SBHEL, a/k/a
WOLF BEOEL a/k/a
vvm.F c SEOAL. a/k/a
W. c. SFZCAL, a/k/a
WCLF'C B1EOEL, a/k/a
Wol.F BIBOBL, a'k/a
Wl'l.F' 8IOEL, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
F"Trjal Discharge as admlnlntrator of
the estate of Wl'l.F BBOEL, etc.,
d.....a-ed: and thai on the 22nd day of
October, ISftf, I will apply to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade County,
F"lori,i.i, for approval of said final re-
port and for- final discharge as ad-
mlnistrator of the estate of Wl'l.F
SKOEI., etc deceased.
This isth dav of September. 1931.
C MM. W HinOEL
As Administrator of the estate of
WILE SEiiEl.. .-r. deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN t KAPLAN
Alton Administrator
21-28 I" 3-1!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVl'N thai
the untlerslKiii-d. desiring to engage in
business under the fn litlous name of
VARIETY CLEANERS at 1209 17th
Street, Miami Heath Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAROIE MILLER
JACOB BEARMON
S/28 10/5-12-19-2*
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
t/E IS HEREBY cilVEN that
nhjeed, desiring to engage In
I under the fictitious name of
T.IMK MKATS at S1~i Harding
gal Beach intends to register
K* wit* the Clerk of the i'ii -
n: .if D...I. County, Florida.
Ji'SKlll M I ANNENBACM
Sole owner
'.'-l
N Dr. Tibor H. Stern
| Wtthington Ave., M. B.
MeftfMS JE1-1W9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
SIN STATF: TV SERVICE at 2173
83.W. 1st St., Miami intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dude County. Florida.
HAROLD KRAVITZ.
Sole Owner
9/28 ie'S-ir-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
':- inderalsned, desiring to engage In
- under rhe fictitious name of
CARNIVAL CLUB, al I4J0 N.W lltth
SI Intenda to reglstei said name with
the Clerk ol the Cin ull Coui i ..i n ide
County, Florida
R.E.0 Co., Inc.
by rjeorge Cote, President
F'elix P. Parada. S. I
HERBERT H. lli"i'Ni:i:
\ -..i nej for Applli aril
Ut Metropolitan Blrbj., Miami
t/tl-tl l" 3-12
ri eas.
DATED nt Miami. Florida this 30th
day
of Julv, 1938.
"e it i.f:\therm.\n.
Clerk of Circuit Couit
Dade Countv. Florida
P.V D .1. KERN.
Depotv Clerk
AARON M KANNER. Enq.
Attorney for the Plaintiff
239 Short land Itldg
Miami. Florida
9/7-14-21-28__________
Offering
only
THt VERY BST~
a SANITARIUM
' FACIimiS
Merrey B. Pinki
"*
Managing
nitor
HEALTH RESORT
OF LEAK?
\<*on emim
u$ 'Pair it or apply
W* one. For free
* phone:
ACME
SUPPIY
CO.
FR 9-5274
FR 3-6996
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKBKBT CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fletltloun name of
CHEAT Sol'THERN MoRTOAC.F:
COMPANY at I20K Ainaley llldg. in-
tend to register suid name with Hie
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID It. HDCHHERt;
RICHARD L KRAMER
/2 10/3-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 194233
OLORIA SI.EMIT. Plaintiff.
MARVIN si,f:mit. Defendant
To MARVIN SI.EMIT
1776 72nd Street
HrookB ri. New Yol k
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
In-, l.tt-n filed againnt you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer to the plaintiff's attOMM} ami
tile the original In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida, on or Before the 2 day of October, I9".U: otherwise the al-
legation* of such Bill will he taken as
onfeitsed hv vou.
DATED this 24th day of September,
l:-.h.
F3. B. I.EATHERMAN
Cleik of the Circuit Court
HY JOAN CiMRNiiYI.'i:
PAI.I.OT. SILVER Ml 1-l.oY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 i 'ongresa Building
Miami. Florida
9/2(1 10/3-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. f3SB0
BEVERLY MURPHY. Plaintiff
v.
RICHARD P MIFI'HY Defendsnt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD P. MURPHY
Mlnnetonka Road
Severn. Maryland _____^_ .
VOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your answer to the
Rill of Complaint In the above cause
for divorce on the Plaintiffs attorneys,
and file the original in the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 9th day of October. 19;S
otherwise said BUI of Complaint will
be liken as confessed by you.
D'l,dlhVTtriATHri^AN'
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) JOAN COl'RNOYER
Deputy Clerk
MYERS. HEIMAN g, KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
|M BeybeM Building. Miami 32. Fla.
9/7-14-21-28______________________
the relief demanded in the Bill of Corn- I JJ
plaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th daj of September,
A. D P.1.M*.
f:. b leatherman,
Clerk, Clrcut Covt,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Stall
By I. A. CLEARS
Deputy Clerk.
BEN lafBJBII
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Serhnld Bldg.
9/21-2S 10/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
the 'undertlgj.ed" deVi^g to^u^ge^n Count? Courthouse in Dade Count>.
tneunoeisigneu. nestling to engage in | i.i,ia. ,..i,hi i-k. ..-.i-,.,i... ,.,..n.h.
business under the fictitious name of
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 38672 B
In Re. F.STATF-. OF
ABE K INZER, a k a
ABRAHAM KINZER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and refluired 10 present sny
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of ABE KINV.F:R, a/k/a ABRA-
HAM KINZER. deceased late of Dade
County. Florida, to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offices in ths
. FLORD
NO. 193642
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
. 9-Jtmlst-JkrkUan
solicits four legal notfc**.
W apprclat your
patronag* and gurnunMs
accurate. BrvlcB at Ugal
rats* .
FR 4-4366
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
DA. IN CHANCERY.
LETA WOJCIK. Plaintiff.
JOHN J. WOJCIK Def.-nilant-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN .1 WOJCIK
If 2 White Plains Road
V. ,r''":"REN HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against vou. and > m
are hereto ,...,ui.e,l to serve a copy "J
: OOF Answer to the Bin of M>M
on the Plantlffs rnejr^I*yD.
t-.i.tin SH7 It stavne Building. Miami.
Florida, and Me" the oHslnJ Answer
BlSi'AYNF} REALTY & BUSINESS
BROKERS: BISCAYNE REALTY:
BISCAYNE BI'SINI-'.SS BROKERS, at
111 S.W. 12th Avenue, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Ctiurt of Dade County, Florida.
RICHABD LAWSON UALCH,
S kessi.f:r OARS
Attorneys for Aptillcant
17S2 W. Flagler St.
9/14-21-28 10/3_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
NORMANDT SCHOOL, at 1021 Blar-|
tin Drive. Miami Beach, Florida. In-
tends lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LEO III BERMAN. Sole Owner
9/7-H-21-2S_____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
tl .. H AI TO PARTS al I4S4I N W
7th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to reg-
l-ler said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida
HARRY H OORIHIN
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or-demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to he sworn to end presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 731.16 of the 1943 ITobate
Act.
Date September 5. A.D. 193.
BECKIB KINZER.
As Administratrix Cum Tests-
mentn Annexo of the Eatate of
ABE KINZER. a'k/a
ABRAHAM KINZER. IVeeased.
ENOLANDBR TENDRICH
Attorneys at Tmw
311 Lincoln Rond. Miami Beach. Fin.
Attorneys for Heckle Klnser
Administratrix Cum Testamento
Annexo
9/14-21-2S 10'3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3M47
In Re: ESTATE OF'
THEODORE CHAKOFF. also known
as TOBIAS CHAKOF'F. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nod All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eatate
Y. ii and each of you are hereby
notified and required to preaenl any
claim* and demanda which you, or
'either of vou. mav have against the
,te of THEODORE CHAKOFF/aiao
known as TOBIAS CHAKOF'F', deceas-
WB4*U* r- ow'nera 0 ,H,' ,,f D"d< County, Florida, to
the llonoiahle Counl\" Judges of Dade
9/7-14-21-:*
. v I>i '
Dade County, Fioiida
II, JOAN COIRNOYER.
DtfiUty Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ANTHONY C MEN'i'TTI. Sole Owner
K
ESSI.ER ft OARS
Attorneys
1
.792 W Flagler St.
9/14-21-2S 10/j
for Anthony C. Menottl
ROBERT PL' K >MBBR< I
Aii"ine\ for Harry H. (lordon
Wllilam F. Hunt
! |l-M 10/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAWS)
NOTICE IS HEREBY rTlVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
MIAMI JEWELRY EXCHANOE. at
711 Dade Commonwealth Building, Mi-
ami. Florida. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
MOB 8LOVI8
CEORO.K CIIKRKN
Attorney for Moe Saovla
6<>7 Olvmpla Building, Mlsml 22, Fla.
9,7-14-21-28
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Saiil claims
or demands to contnln the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presenied as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.1C of
the 1943 Probate A. r
Date September 12. A.D. 1936.
JOSEPH CHAKOFF,
As Administrator of the Estate of
thf:oimirf: chakoff1. a k a
TOBIAS CHAKOFF. Deceased
Rv: WARREN S WRPMAN
WE I-MAN WEI MAN
407 Blscayne Bldg.. Miami 32, Fla.
9/21-28 10/3-12
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