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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THtTJEWBH WEEKLY
VOLUME 28Number 28
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
i4 Groups Oppose
\pian to Change
ICalendar Hit
\By Jews Here
NEW YORK (JTA)A memoran-
|um opposing the proposed plan
ur calendar reform, which is now
|ndrr discussion at the Geneva
.-ion of the United Nations Eco-
ionm and Social Council, was sub-
niilcd here to the United Nations
behalf of 64 national and cen-
tal Jewish organizations in the
mtetl States by the League for
jafegujnling the Fixity of the Sab-
lath.
Speaking in the name of Amer-
ban Jewry, the memorandum re-
quests the United Nations and its
gencies "not to recommend any
hange in the calendar involving
he device of a 'blank day, or any
ther device the effect of which
nuld be to interrupt the continu-
l> uf the week and thus destroy
hi' lixity of the Sabbath on its
efinite day in the week.'
In support of this request, facts
nd views are presented in the
bemorandum from which it be-
omes clear that the League is not
pposed to calendar reform in gen-
ral but only to such schemes as
delude a "blank day" provision
th a -ubsequent shifting of the
Bbhath to different days of the
leek.
The memorandum points out
pat if the plan for calendar re-
brm now under consideration by
be Economic and Social Council
tssion is adopted and the calen-
nr reform is inaugurated at the
nd of 19S6, as suggested, then
uesdav. the 1 of Jan., 1957, would
called Sunday. Wednesday
i>uld be called Monday, and the
|her days of the week would be
bitted in (he seme manner, so that
^r 52 weks in the year 1957, Jews
nd other Sabbatarians all over the
orld would be compelled to ob-
|nf their Sabbath on a so-called
hur-day. New change* would be
ade every year.
The memorandum emphasizes
bat the 365th daythe last day of
^57would not be counted among
days ol the week hi that year,
i>t would be called a "blank day"
"worldsday" or by some other
me The 1st of January 1958.
hich, according to the present
blendar. will fall on Wednesday,
Juld. in the proposed calendar,
called Sunday. And consequent-
ly 1958. every Sabbath would
I throughout that year on what
now call Wednesday. Thus the
Bbbath would fall on different
>ys of the wnek as yean ' I "The introduction of such a de-
Ice." the memorandum says,
rhich would make the Sabbath
in the new calendar on a dif-
ferent day of the week every year,
fill involve severe hardship*."
Big Three Envoys Meet to Check Jerusalem
Battle; Sharett Charges Wanton Violation
Israel Attends Mixed Meet
Following Long Boycott
Fatma, the daughter of Khalil, needs an identification card for
several reasons. One of the most important is that it shows she
is eligible for full medical care by Kupat Holim, an Israel sick
fund. Fatma is one of about 50,000 Arabs in Israel who are
now enjoying Kupat Holim medical insurance. This is the first
time in the history of the Middle East that so large a commu-
nity of Arabs have benefited from organized medicine.
JERUSALEM (JTA1 American.
British and French diplomatic en-
voys in Israel are meeting in
urgent session in Tel Aviv to con-
sider joint action on the most ser-
ious Arab-Israel border clash in
months which flared up last week
end in Jerusalem, resulting in one
Israeli dead and 23 wounded.
At the same time. Gen. Vagn
Bennike, United Nations truce
a press conference here, said that
Israel's participation in the Israel-
Jordan Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion is limited to the Jerusalem
flare-up. He added that Israel's fu-
ture action in relation to the MAC
would be governed by future de-
velopments.
The Premier stated that he had
consented to Israel's participation
in the meeting, after Gen. Bennike
i.if ,.n j V-----.-----. '" lne meeting, aner utn. Bennike
^^^^JTtSlS!S^\^v^ on him to request l>-
. I rael s presence at the meeting.
Mr. Sharett said that the Cabinet
the Israel-Jordan armistice
mission at which it was decided
that an immediate investigation be
started into the cause of the shoot-
ing. The shooting was started here
by Jordan's Arab Legion with a
barrage of mortars, automatic guns
and grenades from its positions on
the walls of the Old City into the
Jewish section of the city.
This meeting of the Israel-
Jordan Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion took place under the chair-
manship of Gen. Bennike, and it
was for the first time in several
months that Israel participated in
such a meeting. For the last few
months. Israel has been boycotting
the Israel-Jordan MAC meetings,
under the chairmanship of Lt. Com-
mander Elmo R. Hutchinson. U.S.
N., because of the refusal of the
commission to condemn Jordan for
the massacre of 11 Jews in the at-
tack on a bus at the Scorpion Pass,
in the Negev.
Israel Premier Moshe Sharett, at
Truce Observance Machinery
Under Fire; Tension is High
TEL AVTV (JTA) Israel was
waiting action this week by the
Syrian-Israeli Mixed Armistice
Commission on Israel's complaint
that Syrian troops on the shore of
Lake Kinneret had opened rifle
and Mortar fire on an Israeli patrol
boat, killing one Israeli police offi-
cer, wounding two seriously and
three others slightly. The Syrians
fired from the east bank of the
lake.
Meanwhile, the whole status of
the mixed armistice commissions
and of the United Nations truce ob-
servance machinery was under
scrutiny.
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
reported to a press conference this
week that the Israel Government
had not yet reached a decision on
the BriJ-h American-French pro-
posals for easing tension on the
Arab-Israel borders. He declined
to reveal the nature of the tripar-
tite proposals but confirmed that
they did not include recall of Gen.
Vagn Bennike, UN truce chief, nor
addition of British officers to the
truce staff.
He also denied reports that the
proposals called on Israel to pro-
vide a corridor in the Negev for
Arab passage. He told newsmen
that, without direct negotiations,
between Israel and Jordan, he did
not believe anything could be
achieved.
tosy Moscow Distributes Good Cheer
*ed Propaganda in UN Trash Baskets
L'NITED NATIONS (AJP)
'wice a month, the Soviet dele-
gation to the UN never fails to
|di.-tribute among UN newsmen a
j'ulky kit containing all forms
M releases and magazines pub-
lished in English
The heavy kit includes late
ropies of The New Times." a
*''kly journal; "News," a Sov-
t review of world events: 'Sov-
iet Weekly." and "Soviet Union."
<" latter jn the format of Life
magazine, but brought out in a
nuch more elaborate style with
'red pictures.
All these publications, which
are distributed from Moscow,
are issued by the millions in
some ten different languages. In
all of them, the U.S. is pictured
a* the main world villain while
the Soviets are the saviours and
. light of the world. Here is one
example of anti-American pro-
paganda. Says The New Times:"
The aggressive policies pur-
sued by influential U.S. circles
and their abettors have in the
post-war years created great
tension in international affairs.
Washington's policy in this pe-
riod consisted of attempts to
impose its will upon other na-
tions, to subjugate other states.
to establish the undivided su-
premacy of the American mono-
polies in all the continents of
the globe.
That policy runs counter to
the urge of all peoplesan urge
which grows more compelling as
time goes onfor sovereign and
independent statehood, for the
realisation of their national as-
pirations, and for the satisfac-
Centinuad en Pass 4 A
Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan, Chief
of Staff of the Israeli Army, wrote
to Gen. Bennike during the week,
charging that the UN official and
the truce organization had over-
reached its responsibilities under
the Israel-Jordan armistice agree-
ment and the functions assigned
the truce organization by the UN
Security Council.
Bannikt Pretests
Gen. Dayan's letter followed re-
ceipt of a protest from Gen. Ben-
nike that UN observers had been
mistreated and threatened by Is-
raeli officials who denied them
permission to investigate at Me
voot Betar the slaying of three Is-
raelis by a Jordanian force. Israel
is boycotting the Jordan-Israel mix-
ed commission.
An attempt by the truce organ-
ization to allay apprehension in Is-
rael that Gen. Bennike will attempt
to widen his powers and authori-
ties to the extent that they will in-
terfere with Israels sovereignty,
was made by Hamilton Fisher, UN
press officer.
In a statement to newsmen, Mr.
Fisher said that Gen. Bennike has
no intention of seeking an exten-
sion of the authority vested in him
by the UN Security Council. The
statement said thai Gen. Bennike
is determined to use his authority
whenever necessary, honing and
expecting that he will enjoy the
full cooperation of all parties. At
the same time. Gen. Bennike b
equally determined not to abuse
his authority to the detriment of
1 either party.
had been kept fully informed
of developments and would, if
the need arose, be ealled into ses-
sion. He also revealed that Israel
had fully informed the UN Secur-
ity Council of the situation and
had instructed its envoys in the
various world capitals to present
Israel's views on the matter to the
governments to which they were
accredited.
Speaking of the shooting. Mr.
Sharett dec lared: Jerusalem's
peace had been wantonly violated
when the Arab Legion opened fire
on Israel's capital along tbe entire
sector of the armistice lines with-
in the city. It was a deliberate at-
tack without the slightest provoca-
tion, obviously planned and cen-
trally directed."
There were many minor attacks
within recent weeks, he continued,
such as stone throwing from the
Arab lines into the New City,
which resulted in injury to a num-
ber of Jews and some property
damage. "This last attack," he
said, "resulted in a number of
casualties among the peaceful in-
habitants.
"In accordance with orders is-
sued to all outposts, the Israel
Army held its fire for some time.
Eventually, however, in tbe face of
increased and intensified Arab fire,
il became necessary for our forces
to react. When the UN approached
the Israel authorities for a cease-
fire, it was informed that fire had
not been opened by Israel and the
sooner the other side stopped fir-
ing the sooner complete calm would
be restored." Mr. Sharett reported.
"With UN mediation a ceasefire
was agreed to, but after a brief
Mil sniping from the wall by the
Arab Legion was resumed, and
toward morning there were further
victims," he said.


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PAGE 3 A
ionists Hit Arab Propaganda
By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
loNIST AFFAIRS: The Ameri-
[Zionist Committee for Public
Ijrs, -which is watching the
ption in Washington with re-
to Israel, and is attempting to
tcract pro-Arab propaganda
, is finding it difficult to
funds to cover its budget.
This is because contributions
he committee are not tax ex
and also because many peo-
don't know about the work ol
committee The committee
established a few months ago,
fr Louis Lipsky's chairman
after long and careful delib-
lons by leaders of all Zionist
|ps extending over a period of
nonths. .
(he political offshoot of the
Irican Zionist Council, but has
tse its funds independently as
parate agency carrying on lob-
and propaganda activities
irted by non-tax-exempt funds
[hi- i> in compliance with the
inii regulations that when a
mi or committee is established
nhbying and propaganda, it
register with the Congress
I it may not use tax-exempt
to meet its cost of opera-
. Such procedure is also
red by the Quakers, the labor
aizations and many other
American Zionist Commit-
annot apply to Jewish welfare
rations or the national Jew-
fr-,,nizations, and cannot even
for a subvention from the
rican Zionist Fund because
[are all tax-exempt ... It must
lor contributions from individ-
|who may not, in turn, deduct
contributions from income
. The initial response to the
in ice's appeal has not pro-
adequate funds, and leaders
of the Zionist movement in various
communities throughout the coun-
try are now urged to spur greater
financial support of the commit-
tee in order to make its work ef-
fective. .
They are told, that this is a cru-
cial year in Washington for Israel
and that important decisions are
in the making. Their attention
is being drawn to the fact that it
may later be difficult to challenge
and revise the trends in Washing-
ton which are unfavorable to Is-
rael, should they harden into fixed
policies. .
'Time of the Cuckoo' Opens at Biltmore;
Miss Luce, Luther Adler Vital, Exciting
The thoughtful comedy, "Time American woman, Leona Samish,
of the Cuckoo," all about an Amer-
ican woman who is introduced to
new levels of morality with regard
to love, opened at the Biltmore
Theater on Tuesday evening.
Producer director Sam Hirsch
brings to the Miami theater-going
audience another provocative dra-
matic vehicle. His choices thusfar
during the summer season seem
to have been admirable. Starring
in the play are Miss Claire Luce
and Luther Adler, both renowned
on stages in Europe and America.
In addition. Mr. Adler's roles
in motion pictures have brought
him thoughtful praise from critics.
"Time of the Cuckoo' posits the
problem of accepting with full
grace the value of a fleeting rela-
tionship, thus going against ac-
cepted standards of morality, or of
rejecting them in favor of a sort
of loneliness that breeds destruc-
tive virtue.
Mr. Adler projects his part ex-
ceedingly well, portraying the role
of the romantic Italian, Renato Zi-
Rossi, whose mores brook no di-
vorce and whose spirit seeks com-
munion with the impulsive instant.
There is little to say about his dra-
matic achievement that would not
be filled with praise. Mr. Adler
consumes the world of a stage
with the suggestive move of an
eyebrow or with the vague sweep
of a delicate hand.
Miss Luce's portrayal of the
on vacation and in search of ro-
mantic love confused by images of
marriage, is also praiseworthy and
exciting although at odd mo-
ments perhaps less even than Mr.
Adler's. Together, these two stars
fascinated the Tuesday night open-
ing audience, so that four curtain
calls were deservedly in order.
Others turning in fine jobs in
subsidiary roles are Boris Pritcher
as Eddie Yaeger, the American
artist who succeeds instantly as
a painter and then finds it diffi-
cult to compete with his achieve-
ment, and Maybelle Jala.vs as Mrs.
Mcllhenny, the typical dramatist's
view of a bourgeois tourist who
is really the sounding board of a
typical dramatist's classical hat-
reds.
Mr. Pritcher performs easily in
a sub-plot which has apparently
little relation to the comedy at
large and which therefore requires
noteworthy talent to maintain it
as an integrated function of the
production.
Rounding out the cast are Flor-
rie Loeb as Signora Fioria; Hilda
Brauner, June Yaeger; Pat Ack-
erman, Giovanna; Mr. Mcllhenny,
Eric Applewhite: Bruce, Pearlman,
Mauro; and Ivan Kivitt, Vito.
"Time of the Cuckoo" plays
through July 18, with matinees on
Saturday and Sunday. Signe Has-
so, motion picture star, will open
in "Candlelight" July 20.L.M.
Community National Bank
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
JUNE 30, 1954
LU
RESOURCES
ash and due from Banks ........ $1,907,853.79 [H Deposits
S. Gevernment obligations 1,108,725.68 Kjj Unearned income and
LIABILITIES
:*deral Reserve Bank stock
-oan and discounts _________
:urniturt and fixtures ______,
other liabilities
Accrued income and
other assets
Sinking site_______
19,500.00
MlMNJl H Cap"" ,und,:
M..77.13 I
22.S31.71
100,000.00
$5,017,985.09
||Q Surplus _______ 150,000
Undivided
Profits ____ 102,102.71
$4,256,038.36
9,844.02
752,102.71
$5,017,915.09
DIRECTORS
F. Lowry Wall Chairman ol the Board
Fred R. Baisden August Gelger Dan B. Ruskin Catchings Thawed
Carl W. Blackburn Robert C Graham Walter E. SchoH Bern Turchln
C L Clement* Dr. lurt Pelser Harold A. Stein Stanley F. Whitman
C L Clement*. Jr. Robert A. Peterson George B. Storer
51 Community National BankVf
f Bal H.rbeur
9700 Collins Avenue
Bal Harbour
Miami Beach
I Member F*0*r*J Reeerv* Syattm
M.mb.r Federal Deposit Ineuraeee Corporatlee,
Obituary
LOUIS EBER
70, formprly of 2jn sw ith ,-t paaa
.ii ;ijy on July I llr It survived i>>
hi* wif,-, Clara, and two norm. Victor
.mil Milton, of Miami Srvlcl| .-i>-
h.-lri Turoday, I p.m hi MIhimi River-
Biie Memorial Chapel. Interment fol-
lowed in .Mi sin.ii Cemetery, with
Rabbi Moaei Meechrloff iiMc-latlna.
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Reply J. F., Bex 2973, Miami IS.
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c< world V>s:-: end those
-. bt nurtured thai v.sion
:.:-.;.- -.he jer.ee..-ie ?- He:;! foresaw and
re pec. :c ever.
:>i w-.:h leology of
:-..< oie:-s *e :re Z.cr.>: moremen. re
:c.-' ------- ?c. .s :.-.:..Ir.-.er.' s.\ years ago by
.. :e:rc: err. prccic.et.cr. r? ctcnement ka
ir* -e-.c f ;sv:..*- .; c.s....-'..:..-.: cr :c do cry
c wr.. s were be-

he sened with the Office of Wi
r.e'.and in what was then Palestine. v^,an. lhc Federal Security AdministratorOscar R F.wiati
re h.s:c:,- doim as set forth in the Mvijor t0 Presidents M-oeM. Queio
.......fhe'enormity of the task in organizing the Tercen.ena
Bernstein .old the writer, might be understood when compared
tbe intricate and difficult situation faced by a national political ma
during a .'residential campaign. While the scope of the work, ca
ior constant liaison with leaders of state committees. i> about
the problems are vastly different. On the wall (
Mr BernstenVs desk in what was once the living room of tbe fn
th#^J, m Ma modern Israel apartment, hangs a large VS. map with hundreds of pins earmark
oi them have the local the Tercentenary Committees all over the country.
The i f these centers depend largely on what b fed th
from the Tercentenar) hub which air. Bernstein directs The y
I dynamic appearing Mr Bernstein is taking Ms job wn
\i II motto has always been "never to do a job unle- M is
and he certainly appears to be living up to his slogan. Ask
how he compares hi- present job with the many previous ones he I
held with such ureat distinct am. Mr Bernstein confessed that -thai
th.' hardest |ob I h..\' ever had in terms of work and pr t>lemJ
uilved. but he added, "it is more intriguing The Tercer.-n.rj I
captured the peoples imagination. The Jews ( America ke til
and .he Tercentenary is ..n exciting thing for them
N*w Advtntur*
th< Tercentenary Committee u composed of group- eat
; th. divergent viewpoints in American Jewish life. >uh a
the diametncally-oppo>ed positions taken by the An
Council of Judaism and the Zionist Organizations, the wnt-r inq
ol Mr Bernstein whether he had experienced any ideological
: views within the National Committee Tfce scope of the Tei
ry." he replied, rises above organizational credos The task,
fectir.s e\en Jew in America regardless of affiliation, is all-emh
and constitutes a new adventure in American Jewish life he
' While Committee members may hold different views, there frj
.reement. and that is to inform end enlighter Xme
the pan the Jew ish peoples as a whole have played in .tie buil
of the nation.
e dilferences of opinion may arise now and then he i
tinued. but these are only superficial and do net in the least mu
rr-eccc- the main objectives of tbe Tercentenary Here all the gn
lewTse -:-..- .x: rr Ser.j=-i c; -nd that i> making history." he issjihariwrt There
a: icoc. co as The h.stcrv recognition of something we all hold in common"
~* .r. r.:::.o: -cs Seer, included Dsep|aj|| Niad
The observance of the Tercentemary." Berasteu said *l
J,"i touches a deepfelt need of American Jews. It will give I
a new awareness of themselves, a sense of iatsOiiHir the
to '>' icar.s and as Jews among Jews." Considering the.
ne of the greatest historic events in Jewish life
mo to the reality of the creation of the State of Israel]
Bernstein made it clear .hat tbe nsiiUin of the Jew in Americas]
brought out. ran serve as the greatest weapon I
\ ne example, he cited the fact that the ><*:
t the Republic have always instated on the rip
s e cr* cerc.r :rc: ?T :
i c see ti cent ur.de: other
- rces. F* :..; djj 1 rrcy 1 was the
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rcrrecrc rer --f ;:x::_r.'v crte: two
thosma.i.- 1 taaU.
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!% W* "onsgnBT t*ror..cled
as a
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one
participate ir the military forces of the
ffort to defend themsehs
sreentenary will create an
Americans and that in itself
lul bulwark against
*' .-: -how ihe facts to the
ire trom an Amencaa
Biblical background." he
'! Tercentenar* is
N I "Kle full-time
as it
con
Jews need nofi
aab-Semiti.sm. he!
of enlu>hb
will serve all
that American J
1 tradition bawd

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Hi raises |0 the detiw
Paid fund raiMng staff
raised to percent of the
activities
should be." Mr
- staff be
3U. 1 _.
cmaaf ecrr rrai: ibesr,
sMh us tread Azaancox kwn
sacmt r* mc s^ecMJ coM-once a
rarariruzbatjc the ,! 1,,,. ^ ^^^ ^
ar natiar. Tie *w^r -,.*
na. anr arauryac ana aac aw
MMMl scaie arjjciuacec
mar. bsee atooic .e-,. e ^ ^..^
abat atbaiowrro^asxtntaheaattQy^
TV h%st important thing the
Bsesf Bemstcm cxmcluded "is
,h* (u on of tVs
iratSi-^"^=?55i
VH Baskets Full
, r"*i"d few., p.,,
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w^VjjMjMMfaJBi an-* -i .
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HDAY. JULY 9. 1964
^JewistncrkMur
PAGE 5 A
Personally Speaking
Liir*nce-VI'tm
Miss Mftmm Wmsttrmmn
Iiss Wasscrman
"icks September 5
Myrna Phyllis Wasserman and
ilun Joseph Lehman will be mar-
ried on September 5.
The couple's engagement has
keen announced here by the bride-
Meet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
L \ Wasserman. 2210 SW 17th st.,
Miami.
Mr. I-ehman, vice president of
Lehman Pipe and Plumbing Sup-
sly Co., Inc.. is the son of Mrs. Rae
Lehman. Montgomery. Ala., and
if late Samuel Lehman.
\|is Wasserman graduated from
y ..mi Senior High School and at-
rnded the Universities of Florida
ki.'I Miami. She was a member of
.la Alpha Pi sorority and Junior
Indassah.
Mr. Lehman attended Sidney
Lamer High School in Montgomery
(ml served with the U.S. Air Force
In- four years.
Miss MHh EM
let Tenor Gari Will
ippear at UM Pop
Concert Sunday
A last minute substitution brings
r*orld famed Metropolitan Opera
rimr Giulio Gari to the Miami
each Auditorium on Sunday eve-
ing as soloist with the University
Miami Summer Symphony Or-
tiestra.
Word received early this week
Mrs. Marie Volpe. concert man-
lier, indicated that Fague Spring-
i..n. originally scheduled to ap-
ear. will be unable to fulfill the
poointment made some six months
Eo,
Mrs Volpe indicated that Mr.
iiri is here on vacation and has
Misented to sing Sunday evening.
number of program changes are
eing made.
Mr. Gari will sing "De" miei
>llenti spirit!" from La Traviata
Guiseppi Verdi and "Walter's
n/e Song" from Die Meistersing-
by Richard Wagner.
I other arias to be rendered by
ft' Metropolitan tenor are "Che
Hida Manina" from La Boheme
Giacchomo Puccini, "Vesti la
|uhba" from Pagliacci by Ruggi-
Leoncavallo and the song "I
hve Life" by Mana-Zucca.
[John Bitter will be on the po-
jum for this fourth concert of
V summer season. He will direct
fe University of Miami Orchestra
the Overture to Hansel and
retel by Engelbert Humperdinck
^d Symphony No. 5. From the
pw World, by Anto Dvorak.
I Also scheduled for performance
Tc Greensleeves. traditional Eng-
Edelman, Rosenberg
Troth Revealed Here
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman,
90S Euclid ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Judith, to Marvin S. Ros-
enberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Rosenberg. Minneapolis, Minn.
Miss Edelman attended Miami
Beach schools since the first grade
and was also a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she was
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority and Kappa Pi honorary
art society.
She is past vice president of
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith and is currently em-
ployed by the law firm of Slbley
and Davis.
Mr. Rosenberg graduated from
the University of Minnesota, where
he was a member of Sigma Alpha
Mu fraternity. He is president of
Sun City Dairy Farms, Inc., of Hia-
leah.
The couple plan to be married
in September.
lish, arranged by Ralph Vaughn
Williams, and Pomp and Circum-
stance by Sir Edward Elgar.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman
left last week for a six-week vaca-
tion in California. They expect
to return here August 10.
to -to -to
Rev. and Mrs. Abraham Seif,
1011 Michigan ave., Miami Beach,
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Deborah Golda, on June 24, at
Mount Sinai Hospital. She joins
her 21 month old brother, Howard
Leon. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Feldman, 1619 Meridian
ave. Rev. Seif is affiliated with
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
to -to -to
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and son
Richard spent several days in New
York City, stopping at the Waldorf-
Astoria, before going to the Con-
cord in Kiamesh Lake, where they
will stay for a one-month vacation.
to -to -to
Vacationers at the Osceola Lake
Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., include
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fischler and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Sherman and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Cantor and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Dickler, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Strauss and daughter, Helena, Mr.
and Mrs. William Brown and chil-
dren, Joe Wolkowsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Sid Milberg and daughter. Sharon,
and son, Melvin, Mrs. H. Navidor,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hirschman and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Rubin.
to -to -to
Mrs. Norman A. Rossman and
I daughter Sally Jo, of 4455 Prairie
ave., Miami Beach, are leaving for
New York City on July 10 for a
three-week visit with relatives and
friends. Sally Jo, an alumna of the
University of Florida, is now en-
rolled at Davis Institute of Medical
Technology in Miami.
to -to -to
Rabbi Isaac L. Swift, of Aus-
tralia, will visit Miami Beach on
vacation from a series of lectures
in principal cities throughout the
United States. While here, he will
be entertained by Cantor and Mrs.
Philip H. Brummer,. of Temple
Emanu-EI.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rabeno-
wich, of 3025 SW 7th at., Miami,
have left on vacation for Iowa and
Wisconsin. They will return here
in time for the opening of school.
to -to -to
Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Sobel, of
21S1 SW 21st ter., were hosts on
July 4 at a dinner party in the
Sahara Hotel, honoring Mr. Sobel
on the occasion of his 50th birth-
day. Present was a group of close
to -to -to
friends.
Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn,
Hendersonville, N.C, are Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Platoff. 1435 West ave.;
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen. 301 Sarto
ave.; and Mr. and Mrs. S. Keith,
1382 SW 10th st.
to it -to
Mr. and Mrs. William Monroe
Kirschner, of Boston, Mass., are
visiting Mr. Kirschner's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kirschner, 2141
SW 14 ter., Miami. With them is
their daughter, Joyce Susan.
to ft -to
Miss Harriette Neuwirth. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neu-
wirth, Miami Beach, left on June
30 for Camp Carlyle in Henderson-
ville, N.C.
Miamians In Camp
Blue Star Vacations
Seventh summer camp season at
Camp Blue Star, Hendersonville,
N.C, opened recently.
Attending from Miami are Jona-
than Berman, Joan Bernstein, Del-
la Bernstein. Cynthia Bott, Susan
Freedman, Dick Green, Elinor
Grossman, Stuart Kutchins, Howard
Kay, Grances Lazarus, Laurence
Parnes, Sandra Rubenstein, Arthur
Sher, Kenneth Sher, Robert Wein
er and Jerry Brown.
Gail Grossberg, Teddy Gross-
berg, Jon Grossman, Tobi Gross-
man, Arlene Rosen, Kenneth Ro-
sen, Eileen Schlesser, Jay Schles-
ser, Leslie Fuchs, Terry Green-
house and Marilyn Bauman are
from Miami Beach.
Attending from Coral Gables are
Robert Cohen. George Gelb, Nor-
man Hauptman, Richard Litt. Su-
san Litt, Gary Rovin and Linda
Rovin.

Mrs. M fafchta
Sol Patchens to
Reside on Beach
M
Miss Gloria Linda Caicedo and
Sol Patchen were married by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish in Temple Beth
Sholom on June 17.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Sylvia Caicedo, 1625 Meridian ave.
Mr. Patchen's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Patchen, 821 Euclid
ave.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Patchen.
The couple spent there honey-
moon at the Sahara Hotel here and
will reside at 1101 Pennsylvania
ave.
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PAGE 6 A
+ L~i FRIDAY. JULY 8. las*

lamlvn Jov Kessler (liven In Marriage
*y FatherfChantilty Ciown is Floor-length
(
IK
Mrs. lllialt **stn
Ruth Jonas Becomes
Mrs. David Teitel
ta a candlelight ceremony at
pit BiMHHi Kl on Sunday. June
3t, 1 fin Miss Ruth Irene Jonas,
liter ot Mr end Mrs Benja-
J,mas. Ml S\V 48th axe ho
.. o the hnde al David Teitel. son
!r and Mrs Jacob Teitel. New
1 i ;:> ..- .i Miami Kabbi In-
'..ehrman officiated.
" .mi of honor was Helene Ben-
| Best man .i> Bernard T>tell
x ur Jonas, Charleston. Si'.
Seymour Stem Boston. Mass.
. .1 as ushers.
e bride selected an imported
. tillv lace waltz length (own
bridal Hthl tn a prince-- et-
fee*, vith nutted bodice and bouf-
skirt etidinc in ruffles of nv-
ulte.
I manalbin| borrowed. Mr-
.ir .'.'lias -:-ier in lau of the
.. lent Mrs Teitel her I
: French ilhtskni veil an
I ma .chins lace and
peei.- Ssm can i
v. .ami
S School and attended
. Florida
I groom u..- graduated from
N I trechl H .- Sd
\ i atu mtad Br
ed a decree in
aad I'nixer-
ed in the Una>
^tates N-\> i, r one and one-
years.
vM*it maatj were Miss
Benjamin. Mrs. William Ben
North Caraian; Mr. and
V Morton Benjamin. Jackson-
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Jonas,
kaaanm; Mr- .tan* flinaau
Minn. UM Minneapolis. and Mr. and Mrs.
V^-ffoUn aad daughter. Sauan.
nwwMa
er a receptaoa at Tragic
-*-EL the couple are honey
m* ib Lake Wales aad Star
S rs They i]| make their
e ta Augusta. Gn
e d*laag look place oa the
fc day of the bride's father.
Beach High School
Students Marrv
''""* the dale of the
!i of Miss Harriet HaudeUte
sad Lester CotMinyv Rath. Irvine
-maa ofticia-.cd al The cere-
held ta the Sans Sau.
r V daughter of Mr
Mrs Robert BeaatetHe. S -
st Her attendant a> Shorter
J> - hridegTOftnV* parts*., are
M aad MR Lep Caaadnj 4
' a H hs n an Alfred
at
i d IV
- as at Mi
of th* hotel tat-i
has braie are
Beach Rtrk
Miss Carolyn Joy Kessler and El-
liott Rosen were united in mar-
riage an Sunday in a 7:30 p m
ceremony al Hibiaeus Hall. Rabbi
Allied Waxman, West Miami Jew-
i-h Canttr spiritual tender, offi-
clated
The bride is the daughter oi Mr,
and Mrs. Joseph Kessler, 541 S\V
11th ter. Mr R >sen parent! are
the Nathan Rosens, ol Montgomery.
Ala.
Given in marriage bj her fath-
er, newlywed Mrs Rosen had as
her matron of honor Mi- Donald
Kessler, her sister in Ian A tl
t,T ill law ot the bridegroom, Mr-
Sol Rosen, ami her attendant Two
niece* of the bridegroom, Mnriene
ami Comlie Scherer, aetnd as
bridesmaids.
\\..r,er Rosen, of Montgomery, i
brother ol the bridegroom, wa- hi-
be-t man Ushering were Alan and
DonaM Kessler. brother- ot the
bride, and Sidne> Rosen, ot Mont-
gomery, and Sol Ro-en. Andalusia.
Ala brothers ol the bridegroom.
The brides gOWVJ w.i- ot chan-
till) lace pleated in I sunburst ef-
feet and floor length The bodice
featured dec tea pointed over the
wrist, and a stand-up collar topping
the illusion yoke I n o*l ..,, ,.
A cap of matching lace, trimmed M'fk'll MlVl'l mail
with lilies-ol-thexally. held her .1 *jL__{__ \I11IM..,V
lusion veil She carried a bouquet Mai I ICS MUI 1 l>
of white orehui ,e-oithe ^()Scn|)cro ()|1 Heat'll I
Mm. mmttui Naaasnff
valley
Alter a reception at Hi'
Hall, the couple left for a honey
moon tour ot Florida s west eoast
Thej will be at home at 2018 S\V
57th ave after July |]
Mm. Teitef
Mi-- Sydell Renee Silverman. I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nathan
Silverman. became the bride of
Murray Rosenberg at 6 p.m. on'
June 23 at the Sterling Hotel Rab
bi Isaac K\er and Cantor Kelemer
officiated. Mr. Rosenberg is the |
.-on ot Mrs Ida Rosenberg. 6>30
Indian Creek dr.. Miami Beach.
Entering on the arm ot her fath-j
i er. the bride chjoat .. sown of blue i
chantilly lace over -atin. tiny
jaseevea and bouffant baUertna-l
length skirt. The bridal veil wa-
{of French illusion attached to a
matching cloche. Her bouquet was
| oi white orchids on a white Bible ,'
Maid of honor ntfl Mrs Jean
Kamen- She wore a dusty root
' silk organu over taffeta gown
trimmed with mad penrii and
; rhine.-tone.s and carried a bouquet
of orchids cvrs.i
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gloria
stein Mr- K lain Sponder.
Mrs florence Spear and Mr- Hilda
Harry Baanaoerg brother oi the
1 bridegroom, wa- best man. and
u>her- w,rt Aaron Rosenberg, Ter-'
ry Snondet Mike Sponder and
Sheldon Kamens
the nuptials. Mr- Silverman
*^>re a pink aiencon lace dress,
with ahen flair falling to the hem
^f* white or
Sandy witl delicate pink and blue
floral print.
The hnde attended >ch,~.l- m
New York, where she studied pi-
and music theory
Foiiowmj the dinner at the
ling Hotel, the neailj nwli left on
their honeyajoon to the Bah
and Havana. I pon their return.
..pie will live in Miami
Out-of-town guest- were Mrs
Bess Berkowiu. Mr and Mrs D
' Denomiu. Mr aad Mrs J Horelett
1 Mrs Floreoce Spear. Mrs Aaron
' Mnaenber*. Mrs J*-k Kamens and
Mrs Clora Gladstein
Ina Renee Rattet, Lt. Alexander Breslau
Wed in Double Ring, Candlelight Ceremony
In a double ring candlelight 5
p in ceremony on Sunday. July 4,
,, the Delano Hotel. Miss Ina
Renee Rattet. daughter of Mr. and
Mr, ii Rattet. 1622 Pennsylvania
ave became the bride of Lt. Alex-
ander Clark Breslau son of Mr.
and Mrs Jerome Molasky. Holly-
Ma Rabbi Irving Lehrman
ofticiated
B,.st man was Fdward Silber-
Rtein, ol Hollywood. Evelyn Bern-
rtelO maternal aunt of the bride
from New Vori city, was maid of
honor.
Bride-maids were Eleanor Kru-
tel and Carole ( "hen. Alan Baum
and Arthur Siegel. of Holly wood.
acted as ushers.
Mis- Sail) l''-so Reynolds, inti-
mate friend of the bride, rendered
(no selections
The bride -elected rose point
of lace town over white bridal
satin, with long sleeves coming to
I wrist-point, Klizabethian collar.
fitted bodice and bouffant skirt ex-
tending into a cathedral train. Her
French Illusion fingertip veil was
attached to a Juliet cap of tulle
studded with pearl-
She carried three white orchids
on her confirmation Bible. Her
only piece of jewelry' was a strand
of pearls, gift of the groom.
For something borrowed, the
bride WM married with a gold
wedding band, heirloom of the
grooms family and belonging to
his maternal grandmother. The
tradition in the family has been
that all the children, grandchildren
and great grandchildren wear this
ring on their wedding day.
Mrs Rattet. mother of the bride,
selected a pale champagne color-
ed lace and net ankle-length gown.
with white orchid corsage.
Mr- Molasky wore a beige silk
taffeta ballerina length gown and
white orchid corsage.
A reception and dinner was held
at the Delano for both families
and friends Out-of town guests
included Mr- Jeremiah Vernon of
Philadelphia, and Mrs. Abe Biffer,
of Brooklyn, N.Y.
The bride is a graduate of Mi
ami Beach High School. She be-
longed to National Forensic
League, Thespians and attended
the lnivrp.it> of Miami.
The groom was graduated from
Miami Tech High School, attended
the L-niversit, ol Pennsylvania and j for ^^ rt g ^
received hi- commission at Ft.
Benning. C.a.. ollicer- candidate
Mrt. AleiMder C. BrasJav
Liaison Flight School, San Marcus.
Texas. The couple flew to Aca-
pulco. Mexico, and Mexico City and
will make their borne at San Mar-
cus.
Marvin Zalis Named
Adult League President
Marvin Zalis was named presi-
dent of the Young Adult League
of the Town Branch. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, on
Sunday at an installation banquet
held in the Fleetwood Hotel.
Abraham Rochstein, advisor, act*
ed as installing officer. Also na-1
ed were San ford Sussman. vice
president; Loretta Israel, record-
ing secretary; Eunice Cook aad
Sandy Green, corresponding see-
retaries: Helen Feldman. treasur-
er. Paul Weintraub, sergeant-at-
arms: and Mim Feldman. chaplah.
The group will meet Saturday
evening at the Center and encana
school
He has been accepted at Army
uled for Crandon Park. Also plai-
ned is a dance at the Center
Sunday evening.
$>Htaf KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
CATERING
A Cowf r-.f Sen >ct
No Parry T..., Small No Party Too Large
"< DatM Boulf\rd Miami Beach
Phone J-W93: It \o Antvcf Call 4-:07S
( ndVf Rjbhi'ocjl g..pfiri
)
fr^*55*S5*gS*Sg*ggas
Garden Tea on Beach
"roptcal Chapter of B nai B'rith
mea mill hold a garden mem-
bership te on July 13th. 8pm
the hoaae of Mrs trrsai I r*ta
*h ter.. Miami Beach
ill present a -,<>.
the votassa phase- al
B*ai Bhtk Mrs Barvr, Mich
aanaan is chairman.
^DurtJ
es
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SUNSHINE FASHIONS
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I
Miami Miami Beach ft Laudardaia Wont Palm Ba*b
A XimSWHG SUMW DRINK
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FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954
-JmlsiinerkMarj
PAGE 7 A
Brides Exchange Vows In Something Borrowed And Blue
Miss Ann n/amin
Ann's Grandparents,
Louis Benjamins,
|To See Her Ring
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Benjamin,
|]637 SW 10th st., are looking for-
hvard to seeing their granddaughter
[Ann this summer and taking a look
1.1 her engagement ring.
Ann's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
[( larence B. Benjamin, of New AI-
|bany, Ind., are announcing her en
gagement to Herbert S. LeVine, son
I Mr. and Mrs. Morris P. LeVine,
v.msas City, Mo.
The bride-elect, whose most re-
nt visit here with her grandpar-
i nt > and other relatives was in Jan-
uary, attended Stephens College,
Columbia, Mo.
The couple will be married in
"."ovember.
Mrs. Arnold I. Cerfnar
DuBois, Gertner on
Trip to Jamaica
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Erwin Gert-
ner visited Haiti and Jamaica on
their wedding trip. They were mar-
ried June 19 at the Roney Plaza
Hotel.
The bride is the former Annabel
DuBois, daughter of Mrs. Syd S.
DuboLs, 8040 Harding ave.. and the
late M. Norman DuBois. Her broth-
er, Jan Ely DuBois, gave her in
marriage.
Mr. Gertner is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Gertner, 1930 SW
21st st.
Mrs. Milton Margulis, tbe bride-
groom's sister, was matron of hon-
or. Other attendants were Rita
Spahn, sister of the bridegroom,
Diane Edelstein and Gloria Cap-
Ian. Janie Margulis, the bride-
groom's aiece, was flower girl.
Irwin Schwartz was best man.
Ushers were Joel Salzman, Allen
Marcus and Harvey Marbach.
Mrs. M*nk.ll Oran
Brothers Give Anita
Miller in Marriage
Her brothers Harry and David
Miller gave Miss Anita Miller in
marriage.
Anita and Marshall Channing
Oran were united in Coral Gables
Jewish Center June 9.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiated
at the double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Benjamin Miller. 620 SW 16th ave.
Her sister, Mrs. Rose Altman, Bar-
bados. B.W.I., was matron of hon-
or. Marlene Estelle Altman, niece
of the bride, was flower girl.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Sarah Oran. 3925 West Flagler
st. His best man was Jerry Mc-
Lecoy.
The" couple went to Cuba on their
wedding trip. When they return to
Miami tbey will live at 7270 SW
84th st. rd.
Warhaftigs Reveal Sheila Kay's Troth
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Sheila Kay Warhaftig and Mur-
ray Levranl are engaged. The
bride-elect is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Warhaftig. 1427 Mer-
idian ave.
The couple's betrothal was an-
nounced here at an open house giv-
en by the groom-elect's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levrant, 1340
Flamingo Way.
Both were graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School. Miss War-
haftig attended the University of
Florida.
Mr. Levrant was a student at the
University of Miami, served two
years in the U.S. Army and is now
completing his education.
No wedding date has been set.
The couple met when they were
guests at a mutual friend's wedding
party.
Mrs. Morten Smith
Westport Bites for
Miss Nancy Shagan
Miss Nancy Shagan became .Mrs.
Morton Alan Smith in Westport,
Conn., on July 2.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael J. Shagan, 1400
Lenox ave., Miami Beach, and
Westport.
The bridegroom is the son of the
late Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. Miami
Beach, and the late David Smith.
The Rev. Samuel Schwartz per-
formed the wedding ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. Her gown of tulle
and chantilly lace was made with
a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt.
Her tulle veil fell from a lace cap
trimmed with seed pearls.
Miss Joan Shagan was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Michael L.
Carlin, Westport, was best man.
A reception at the Westport
home of the bride's parents follow-
ed the ceremony. The couple are
students at Stanford University,
Cal.
Miss Sumdra Scftratcr
Schrager, Lang to
Wed Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving will be the wed-
ding day of Miss Sandra Schrager
and Morty Lang. The bride-elect
received her engagement ring at
a dinner party given recently by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Schrager. 300 Meridian ave.. Miami
Beach, at the Algiers Hotel.
Mr. Lang's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Moe Lang, 8811 Dickens ave.,
who also entertained recently, hon-
oring the engaged couple.
Mill Schrager attended Miami
Beach High School and graduated
from Whitefield School. She was
also a student at the University of
Miami.
Mr. Lang attended New York
schools and served in the Army.
He is in business in Miami.
Barrish Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrish, of
Hollywood, Fla., announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Gerald Ken-
neth, on Saturday morning, July
10, at Zamora Jewish Center. A
dinner honoring the Bar Mitzvah
will be held Saturday evening at
the Lincoln Manor.
Finberg, Becker
Bites in New York
Mrs. Samuel Finberg, of 24 West
55th st.. New York City, announces
the marriage of her daughter,
Bena. to Mr. Bernard Becker, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker,
615 West 47th st., Miami Beach,
on Thursday, June 10. at Temple
Rodolph Sholom, New York.
The bride is a graduate of
Friend's Select School and Mi-,- Ill-
man's School, of Philadelphia. Pa.
Mr. Becker is a graduate of
Whitefield School and attended the
University of Georgia. He is own-
er and operator of the Tangiers
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Zionist Gatherings
Firey in Retrospect
By DAVID SCHWARTZ Jg ** '" "" *
jtwish Telegraph* Agency Now what do **"
w^ f icome to the convention WT?
With the unopposed election ol t|m>v comf jmoni! other thrhfis.
MoMimor Ma) '- Waaldaal of <<<,, lu..;r ,,.. |e*dera \t the Mao-
ist convention just concluded, w
Sokolow slept on those same
sheets and WisoUky. .nd_ Green-
FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954
baum .nd Motzkin and a hundred
(1,n(.rs, but for you he>
dirty, eh?"
You see what I mean.
Eionist Organisation, the conven
lion which has Just ended appear.*
u> have ushered in something like
,,-.i ol good Ul" it we aiaj
bomn '>"" front h^ntnriean pu'
tic*] hiator] Caftaintj no man is
more beloved and a*ore rn&peeted
kg kmerican Bonista than the fen
IhHMn from TtianiiMi
Uontst conventions in the
been much of the nature ol
pugilistic events l one* know 1
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recalling
had an example of "hat good
speaking hy lendan cn do. There
is no underratms the power oi a
orator
But a delegate eojnna aHo w
hear luniself speak At one ,,u'
u nist Congresses one of
tin- delegates insisted that aa hour
lowed tor inm to sneak
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ih^^wiislUEIIiDipidliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954
SEC. B
B'nai B'rith Plans Institute of
Judaism August at Juno Beach
District Grand Lodge No. 5 and
Florida Federation of B'nai
H'nlh Lodges and Chapters will
present their first annual B'nai
B'rith Institute of Judaism in Flor-
ida at the Juno Ranch Motel, Juno
h. August 26 through 29.
Hume of the Institute will be:
Judaism in a Changing World."
Principal 'ecturers will be Lud-
Aig Lewisohn, novelist of inter-
al umal fame and Professor of
i mnparative Literature at Bran-
i !- Cniversity; Marvin Lowen-
Ihal, author, lecturer, traveler and
[historian; and Rabbi Irving Lehr-
iian, Temple Emanu-El of Miami
|Beach spiritual leader.
Tobiai Simon, local attorney, is
Lhairman of the Institue Commit-
llee Others are Milton Mannheim
| 'mirmen; Mrs. Jack R. Wein, co-
| hairman for women: and Louis Os-
;n-k\. Sr., president of District
11,rand Lodge No. 5.
The first B'nai B'rith institute
nr Judaism was held at Wildacres,
IJ it t U- Switzerland, North Carolina,
Ln 1948. Since that time. B'nai
I 'i Institutes have become na-
tionally known as centers of Jew-
sh learning in seminar form. They
|;.re dedicated to the study of the
i ni ire scope of Jewish learning
I I tradition. Lectures are con-
ducted in an informal manner by
.it-ianding Jewish scholars and
[Naders in America.
This is the first time that a B'nai
;. nth Institute for Judaism has
been held in the State of Florida.
' II is our hope to bring to the
c-ldents of Florida the learning
ln Institutes were designed to devel-
op." Simon explained. "The men
bid women who attend this Insti-
tute will be carrying on the tradi-
tion of our forefathers to whom
Itudy and close association with
|e.irncd leaders was a way of life."
The Juno Ranch Motel is located
I Juno Beach, Florida, approxi-
w
ffattt frWoa Ukrmmm
lurfwi'j Lewifkn
mately 15 miles north of West
Palm Beach, on U.S. Highway No.
1.
Opening session of the Institute
will be on Thursday, August 26, at
2 p.m., with registration and room
assignments. Evening services are
scheduled for 7:30 p.m., with an
introduction to the Institute at 8
p.m. At 8:30, Prof. Lewisohn will
deliver, the first lecture on "The
American Jew Character and
Destiny."
On Friday, at 9 a.m.. Dr. Lowen-
thal will speak on "Democracy and
the Jews." This will be followed
by an 11 a.m. talk, with Prof. Lew-
isohn discussing "The Jew and His
Religion." Following evening serv-
ices at 7:30 p.m., Rabbi Lehrman
will preach on the topic: "Prayer
and the Modern Age." An Oneg
Shabbat will conclude the service.
Sabbath services, August 28, will
be held from 9 to 11 a.m., with
Rabbi Lehrman officating and dis-
cussing the Weekly Portion. This
will be followed by the Institute's
fifth lecture. "The Uses of His-
tory," with Dr. Lowenthal as prin-
cipal speaker.
"Ethics of Our Fathers" will be
the main topic of discussion in a
discourse at 2 p.m. Evening serv-
ices are scheduled for 7:30 p.m.,
with Prof. Lewisohn speaking at 8
p.m. en the subject: "Galut Is
America Exile?"
"The Jew in the Modern World"
will be the topic of a talk by Dr.
Lowenthal on Sunday morning,
August 29, at 9 a.m. At 11 a.m.,
Prof. Lowenthal, Rabbi Lehrman
and Dr. Lowenthal will jointly par-
ticipate in a "Summation and
Evaluation."
Commencement, with presenta-
tion of awards and certificatas is
scheduled for 12:30 p.m. All lee-1
tures during the Institute will be
followed by group discussions
New editions and translations of
Lewisohn's novels continue to ap-
pear. He is a critic and literary
historian of equal standing. He
has been an editor on the "Nation"
and "The New Palestine." He has
also taught at various American
universities prior to accepting the
present Brandeis post.
Prof. Lewisohn has been a lead-
er of Jewish thought and inspirer
of the Jewish rebirth, both Zionist
and religious. From the publica
tion of his book "Israel" in 1925,
through the publication of 'The
American Jew: Character and Des-
tiny" in 1950, his voice has been
one of the outstanding of English
speaking Jewry.
Dr. Lowenthal is best known for
his book "The Jews of Germany:
A Story of Sixteen Centuries,"
which has received the acclaim of
outstanding critics and a host of
readers. It is an account of ihc
Jewish past in Germany, leading
up to the catastrophe of the Jewish
people throughout Europe.
In the course of spending ten
>ears abroad, Dr. Lowenthal has'
studied Jewish life and customs'
not only in most of the countries |
of Europe, but in North Africa, |
Palestine and the Near East.
He was born in Bradford. Pa.,
and was graduated from the Uni-
versities of Wisconsin and Har !
Continued an Pa*. 12 B
Highlight oi the annual meeting of the Jewish Publication So-
ciety held recently in Philadelphia was the presentation of the
Stephen Wise Award to the Society "for its distinguished con-
tribution to the dissemination of Jewish knowledge, through
the publication and distribution of books of enduring Jewish
value." Dr. Israel Goldstein, national president of the AJCon-
gress. presented the scroll to Judge Louis E. Levinthal. out-
going JPS president, and Edwin Wolf 2nd, incoming president.
U.S. Rabbis Plead for
Rumanian Condemnation
Dr. Weidberg Establishes
Brandeis Scholarship
WALTHAM The establish-
ment of the Joseph M. and Evelyn
R. Weidberg Scholarship Fund at
Brandeis University by the Miami
Beach community leader was an-
nounced here this week by Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, president of the
university.
The Weidberg Scholarship will
either be awarded as a full tuition
scholarship, or will be divided
among two or three students as
work scholarships.
Dr. Weidberg is founder of The
Oxford Academy, Pleasantville,
N.J. He and his wife reside at
3511 Flamingo dr., Miami Beach.
Six-year-old Brandeis University
is a co-educational liberal arts in-
stitution located on a 200 acre
campus near Boston. In the fall,
the university will number 900 un-
dergraduate students and will have
100 students in its Graduate School
of Arts and Sciences.
Scholarships are given to more
than one-third of the university's
student body, and $185,000 was dis-
bursed in scholarship funds during
tht past academic year.
Government Cables Eban Instructions
Israel Demands Peace Action at UN
JERUSALEM (JTAV-The Israel
>vernment confronted the United
lations Security Council last week
|ith another demand for action by
c world body to preserve peace
the Middle East.
| The government cabled instruc-
ts to Abba S. Eban. its delegate
the UN. to lodge a protest with
' Security Council over the latest
Tdr episode which resulted in
f< slaying of three Israelis by Jor-
in forces at Mevoot Betar last
i-K
1 on the basis of eye-wit-
r-s reports and the evidence of
podstains and tracks on the scene.
larged that the three men were
llled on Israel territory, after be-
ing* ambushed by Jordanian units,
and dragged over the frontier
where their bodies were mutilated.
The Jordan-Israel Mixed Armis-
tice Commission, on which Israel is
no longer represented, and which
is composed solely of the Jordan
members and the UN chairman,
condemned Israel in the incident,
charging that the Israel unit had
crossed into Jordan territory and
attacked Jordanians.
A UN spokesman here asserted
that the UN investigators had not
been able to find any indications
to support the claims that the men
had been ambushed on Israel terri-
tory and dragged over into Jor-
dan. The UN truce group here com-
plained that they had been denied
permission to enter Israel territory
at Mevoot Betar to conduct their
investigation.
fl"he commission decision was
criticized by Israeli spokesmen as
being at variance with the facts in
the case. The Israel Cabinet care-
fully studied the whole situation
before instructions were sent to the
Israeli mission at the United Na-
tions.
The Security Council this week
was still Neited" by Israel's for-
mer complaints against Jordan
complaints which have been pend-
ing for monthsbut the Council is
reluctant to take them up because
of the fear of a Soviet veto. *
PIKE. N.H. (JTA) Pleas for
American support of Israel and
condemnation of the mass arrest of
Jewish leaders by Rumania were
contained in a series of resolutions
adopted by the Central Conference
of American Rabbis at the conclu-
sion here last week of its 65th an-
nual convention.
Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner, of
Cleveland, was unanimously elec-
ted president of the Conference,
which is the organization of about
600 Reform rabbis. Dr. Israel Bet-
tan, Professor of Homelitics at the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, was elected vice
president.
The resolution on Israel propos-
ed three steps which the rabbis
feel would advance a "just and se-
cure peace between Israel and her
neighbors." The first was "recon
sideration by the State Department
of its announced intention of grant
ing arms-aid to Iraq, inasmuch as
Arab leaders have unceasingly af-
firmed their determination to de-
stroy Israel." Economic aid for the
entire Middle East was the next
measure suggested, and the third
was for the State Department to
"use" its good offices with the
United Nations to bring the Arab
states to a peace conference with
Israel.
The Soviet Government of Ru-
mania is castigated in another res-
olution "for Us ruthless persecution
Liebmaii Reelected
To ZOA Executive
Seymour B. Liebman, of Miami
Beach, attorney and Zionist leader,
has been reelected to the national
executive- of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America at the recent an-
nual convention held in the Wal-
dorf-Astoria Hotel. New York City
Liebman is vice president of the
Miami Beach-Israel Zionist Dis-
trict, chairman of the Administra-
tive council of the Southeastern
Region of the ZOA and has served
on the national executive for the
last three years. He was the first
Floridian ever to be elevated to
this office.
Liebman said that Florida dis-
tricts met jointly at the convention
and a $25,000 project in Kfar Sil-
ver was adopted. The $25,000 will
be allocated for a series of class-
rooms and dormitory at Kfar Sil-
ver, "which will become one of the
outstanding agricultural schools in
Israel."
Upon completion of the project,
a plaque will be dedicated in the
name of the Florida Federation of
ZOA Districts, and to it will be
appended the names of all districts
in Florida which fulfill their
quotas, Liebman explained.
of Jews." The measure also con-
tains praise for the State Depart
ment for its recent "stern rebuke
of the Rumanian government" anrl
^I'v- on to call upon the United
NatirThs to "take appropriate action
to haul Rumania before the bar of
justice ao that the Jewish popula
tion may be spared further persecu-
tion."
A statement praising the Su-
preme Court for its recent decision
outlawing segregation in the pub-
lic schools was endorsed by the
vast majority of the rabbis, al-
though some from the South ab
stained from voting. The resolu-
tion expressed the hope that se-
gregation would be "harmoniously''
abolished.
In a resolution jn anti-Zionist
religious schools, the convention
deplored the attempted creation of
a nation-wide system of so-called
"classic Reform" religious schools.
The delegates recommended that a
special committee of the CCAR be
appointed to study this situation
On the question of conversion of
non-Jews, the convention adopted
a resolution suggesting that the
executive board of the CCAR ex-
plore the matter further through
research and institutes.
In a resolution on Bible distribu-
tion, the convention applauded the
unanimous decision of the Supreme
Court of the State of New Jersey
in prohibiting the distribution of
the King James Version of the New
Testament in the public schools.
The delegates expressed gratifica-
tion over the appearance of the
Synagogue Council of America and
Continued on Pag. 12 B
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FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1934
PAGE IB -------------- g I
Point Four Program Helps Israel's Agriculture
&UlUmUU J-, 1 ......,. m,l.ion acre* of natural pas-
By NURA LASKY
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JEBl'SAl.KMThere is hardly a
fanatag settlement, a factory or a
Sovernment enterprise m lraol
which in one way or another h.i>
- ot benefited from United States
mic assistance. be it through
:he supp!> of imported materials.
lipajll iruidance. or help aitt
vvunterpirt funds' Israeli mon-
<> which pajn for certain types ot
American assistance and is used
far development pnajwt)
A veteran communal settlement
wants to extend its irrigated area
at Four"" releases the necrs
.-ary cash Ma'hara dwellers living
;n canvas or tin huts MSd home?
Poi: P1^
:ibs --.ructures The
Health Mmistrj acwfa mm
A space "Paaat K gets
-.hem The A Ministry
mtglei l*nd rt
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counterpart pea** mm .t>in.mer, tag -: "< Ul in development Pnvts. togeth- taM "vp.
,er wh the American expert* who couruerpart ^ ^ ( tne
Su.de >ome Ot thai They know the "*jg fnr bTtftiOi
big. modem teilding dwrn-trnm '."'t'^^ J totMled nearly ,
T,. Ml which is h-mw center-which have so rar -' ,
'of -Point Four" Thev also tow $18.000 000 and SJ1.000 0O0 laMM
1^^^ grants,n-aid which pound, "^ ^Jjffl
Congress altoM 1. bead each rwervoir ******* gTS'
vear. and they know that .. -.'^^11 dVv tnor .
'their foods and raw materials are : Ike country all day.
on a million acre* of natural pas
1 .and Nine different grasses.
I, i,n talk. th,n.n,;m. are
r'nu produced al tkf "*
Suitable for a particular part
f the country. I
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Continued on Page *B
REGULAR HOME SERVICE
Regular vieita te your+iom* are |G|
better and more eceXmilar v,.r
DRYWOOO TtMMiMs '
ERADICATED
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ante a o-
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paid with them And they all know
Bruce McPaniel. of Mam
Bruce McDaniel has been direct
the US Opaaationr Mission in
Israel ever since I S aid began to
flow, and now. after his term of
office had once been extended, he
: about to return to America.
Practically uujkadj to
g] jwrnlil agricultural expert ar.d
lawyer from Illinois for he is not a
desk man. and during his 30-month
Busaoa in Israel he has come to
every corner of the CM
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PAGE 3 B
GLOBAL SHORTS
Ethiopia Will Grant De Jure
Recognition; Develops Trade
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ethiopia
will shortly grant Israel de jure
recognition and will establish dip-
lomatic relations with the Jewish
State, it was learned here. It is
understood that the move is. being
made over the strenuous objec-
tions of the Arab states. Ethiopia
and Israel have developed a lively
trade in recent years, and the
Ethiopian Government owns con-
siderable real property in the new
city of Jerusalem.
Ribicoff Named by Democrats
For Connecticut Governorship
HARTFORD (JTA) Former
Rep. Abraham A. Ribicoff was
named by the State Democratic
convention here as its candidate
lor Governor of Connecticut .in the
coming elections. Rep. Ribicoff,
v. ho was nominated by acclamation,
urill oppose Gov. John Lodge, whom
the Republicans are renominating.
Rep. Ribicoff was elected to two
lernu in Congress in 1948 and
1950. In 1952, he was defeated in
. dose race for Senator, although
he led his ticket by some 100,000
rotes.
Communities in Bavaria to
Send Archives to Israel
NUREMBERG (JTA) Jewish
communal records and archives no
longer needed for current opera-
tions will be given to the Jewish
National Archives in Jerusalem, it
was decided at the annual confer-
ence of the Bavarian State Asso-
ciation of Jewish Communities. The
decision follows an appeal by Dr.
Alex Bein, deputy director of the
Zionist Central Archives, who re-
minded the delegates that they
could best perpetuate the memory
of Bavarian Jewry by making the
documents available to future Jew-
ish historians in Israel.
Kimball to Study Medicine at U of M
of Interfratcmity Council, Chris-
tian Association Council, varsity
tennis team and a member of Eta
Sigma Psi, honorary leadership so-
ciety.
He will resume his studies in the
fall at the University of Miami Med-
ical School.
San ford G. Kimball, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Kimball, 157 SE
12th st., recently completed his
pre -medical studies at Emory Uni-
versity, Georgia, where he received
the AB degree in biology.
While at Emory, Kimball was
vice president of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity. He was also a member
Membership Party
Membership party will be given
by the B'nai B'rith Women of
North Dade Chapter on Tuesday
evening, July 13, at 8 p.m., in the
home of Mrs. Joseph Morgan, pres-
ident. 315 NW 110th st. Mrs.
Charles Hinerser is membership
chairman.
1,000 U.S. Zionists Settled
(n Jewish State Since 194S
f'HIIADELPHIA (JTA) More
than 1.000 members of the Ameri-
can Labor Zionist movement have
immigrated to Israel since 1948
when the state was established, it
was reported here at the 29th na-
tional convention of the Labor Zi-
onist Organization of America. An-
other report noted that 1,000 mem-
bers of the Habonim youth move-
ment were presently attending La-
bor Zionist camps in this country
and Canada.
Jordan Valley Authority
Progress Reported at Confab
NEW YORK (JTA) The Jor-
dan Valley Authority project is
now being successfully implement-
ed by the Government of Israel
within the limits of the Jewish
State fully independent of other
plans that may be projected, it was
reported by Dr. Walter C. Lowder-
milk, noted American soil expert,
at a special session of the conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization of
America devoted to the activities
of the Jewish National Fund.
Dead Sea Scrolls "m Bible
Exhibit Net Shown Before
HAIFA (AJP) A portion of
[the Dead Sea scrolls, discovered
several years ago in the wilder
iness of Judaea and never previ-
ously exhibited or even photo
! I'raphed, has become the center
of attraction at a .Bible Exhibition
i which opened in this city in con
[junction with Israel's celebration
of Bible Week. The scrolls had
[been acquired for the Hebrew Uni-
versity by the late Professor E.
1 Sukenik. father of Yigael Yadin.
Iwho is currently visiting the Unit-
led States in behalf of the UJA.
|Berlin Protests Government's
^ward to Anti Semitic Actor
BONN (JTA) The Berlin Jew-
|'-h community and democratic or-
ganizations and leaders throughout
I'iermany have protested to Bonn
3'resident Theodor Heuss for the
Lwarding of a German medal to
pVerner Krauss, 70-year-old Gor-
I -.m actor who was notorious dur-
ing the Nazi regime for his anti
(Semitic portrayals of Jewish char-
acters The Berlin community not-
| had not changed.
Italian Minister Reports to
Senate on Middle East Tension
ROME (JTA) The Italian Gov-
trnment's concern over unrest in
[he Middle East was expressed in
|he Italian Senate by Attilio Puc-
rioni. Foreign Minister, during a
foreign policy debate. Mr. Piccione
lso expressed Italy's determina-
lion to strengthen her ties with
|he Arab countries and said that
be favored all moves aimed at
Mablishing peace in the area. He
Outlined the reasons for Italy's con-
tern for the Middle East and her
listoric position within it.
Resolutions in Congress Seek
To Curb Hate Literature
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep.
Jacob K. Javits has introduced two
resolutions in Congress in an at-
tempt to curb hate literature aim-
ed against religious and minority
groups. Anti-Semitic propaganda,
said Rep. Javits, "under the cover
of anti-Communism" is "transmit-
ting a newly increased stream of
violent hate propaganda through
the nails." One resolution asks
that the Postmaster General re-
port on the extent of such hate
mailings and recommend measures
to bar such matter from the mails.
Austria Assures Arabs Sfie
Wul Net ay Restitution
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Austrian Government has sent dip-
lomatic memoranda to Arab League
states confidentially advising the
Arabs that Austria has no inten-
tion of paying restitution to Israel,
it was learned here. The Syrian
Embassy has confirmed that Syria
has received such official advise
from Austria. The Austrians told
the Arabs they considered Austria
to have been an innocent victim
of the Nazis during World War II
and therefore in no way obligated
to Israel for claims arising from
the Nazi persecution of Jews.
Anti-Jewish Literature in
England Comes from U.S.
LONDON (JTA) Most, of the
anti-Semitic literature distributed
in England comes from the United
States, the conference of leaders
of Jewish communities throughout
the British Commonwealth was told
here this week. The report was
delivered at a conference devoted
to Jewish defense activities against
anti-Semitism. II was emphasized
that although the Fascist move-
ment in England is losing ground
1 to a "remarkable degree," vigil-
ance is still necessary.
S. Protests Saudi Arabian
)'l Transport Deal
k WASHINGTON (JTA) The
nited States has protested to Sau-
|i Arabia against an agreement un-
[er which the Arab State gave oil
ransportation concessions to Aris-
Mle Socrates Onassis. an Argen-
Ine operator of Greek origin, it
fas announced here this week.
Miassis is under indictment for an
Jleged conspiracy to defraud the
[nited States in deals for surplus
tartime tankers. '
Many Dutch Synagogues
Converted Into Churches
THE HAGUE (WNS) Because
the Jewish population of Holland
has shrunk so much since the war.
many synagogue buildings through-
out the country have of late years
been converted into churches, fac-
tories, bathhouses, museums and
meeting halls, it was reported this
week at the dedication of a new
synagogue in Rotterdam, the first
to be built since the war. Before
the war, the Jewish population of
Holland was 140,000; today it is
only 22.000.
Dade Center to Meat
North Dade Jewish Center will
hold a regular meeting on Wed-
nesday evening. July 14. at 8:15
p.m. A. Rachline will be guest
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FRIDAY. JULY
Full Text
..wing II In* full It of.
JUU 1. !-. from '
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I have the honor to draw the at
lention of the Security Council to
a flagrant violation of the Israel-
Jordan General Armistice Agree-
ment committed by the armed
forces of the Hashenite Jordan
Kingdom. This commenced last
30 June 1954. when elements
of the Arab Legion in the Old City
Now City in Israel
There was not the slightest pro-
vocation for this deliberate attack.
II waa obviously planned in ad-
,..ly directed
According to reports reo \ed at
the time oi writing, the Arab Le-
ir.e and the injurj I I
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The details as
an
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tbi Old Chj I '
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of Complaint to Security Council
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ders not to return the fire. and.
with the exception of isolated >hot-
fired in defense from police post>
directly exposed to Jordanian at
tack, no fire was returned for two
hours Eventually, however, as the
Arab firing continued to gain in
intensity and striking power, it be-
came necessary for Israel forces to
react The exchange of fire lasted
from 23:49 hours until 01 00 hours
on the following nior:
At 22:00 hours, machine gun fire
pened from the Augusta Vic-
HoapiUl in the Mount Sco-
pus demilitarized area on the He-
brew I'niverMty compound Thi>
fire was not returned
When the United N 'nice
Supervision Obsen .ched
the Israel authonties about a
fire they were mf mmed that the
had not beer, started b> Is-
- and that complete
would be restored as soon
ceased firing Thi
the mediati the x
I Qj representatives a ceas
n. but after a brief
! lull. the Old City
sumed and contin-
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The instructions for ensuring the
'cease-fire have been observed
meticulously on the Israel side
>nipmg continued from the Jor-
danian side after 18:30 hours and
has re>ulted in the wounding ot
three women, a boy and a girl Fur-
ther casualties have -inc.- been re-
ported.
Fire was ah directed by the
I Jordanian* on the United Nations
Observers in the Musrara Quarter
. the\ wen in carry-
tions and in
latin, the wounded from the
danger zone.
The*e latest attack- constitute a
De deliberate aet of repud II
bv the Jordan Government oi its
U its under the Armistice
rent It would seem that the
international
n flouting ol the
. nt in th.
.-.... the Goy-
mmit this
sturbance oi the
::.. which
world. n< -
Th.
have the honour to request
that this letter be made available
but I to the members of the Security
munc.l and be circulated among
all member! of the In.ted Nations.
PleaiC accept, etc.
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merican Notables ... Jonas Phillips: The Jew of 1788
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Harry Siminhoti't etlvmm, caatfifMf ina a larlai mtltM,
Amtrkm Notmklts, h Befef vt/fclishtW y Til* Jewish florMan
ht fmrl ffc* fercenfenarv ci/ciuarjan at Jawilft settlement fa
l Urn'red States.-The IrfifarsJ
nah Feibush, born in Rhenish Prussia three years later
|hn Georgfl"Washington, managed somehow to reach Lon-
on. Unaware that his paternal surname was the ghetto
legion of Phoebus Apollo, the Greek stm god of music
Ind poetry, he cast off all Judeo German handicaps by
fngiicizing into Jonas Phillips.
Jonas no doubt worked hard to make a living in the
knglish capital until meeting the ebullient Moses Lindo.
I'll.- loquacious, self-advertising promoter, expert of indigo
|nd cochineal, evidently painted a glowing picture of the
Limited opportunities in the lands beyond the western
I In fact, Lindo himself was contemplating a change
ro.Ti misty, fog-laden London to the cheerful, sunny atmos-
phere in South Carolina. But how could an impoverished
litn obtain passage across 3000 miles of oean? Quite
|i U Just sign a paper to serve Moses Lindo several
in for the passage, for food and clothes.
Thus like a gentleman of quality, Moses Lindo traveled
\ a footman on board the Charming Nancy. Master and
er. ..nt settled in Charleston, and Jonas worked faithfully.
bdging from a letter written years later by Lindo that
Iht said Jonas is trustworthy even to Gold untold." He
saved a neat sum. For at the termination of the in-
quire, he was able to travel a long stretch and start bus-
k> cm his own. One might question the necessity of go-
to fur away Albany, NY., an outpost of white civil iza-
n, when Charleston with its balmy climate and substan-
Jewish community offered as good if not better pros-
per-
Marrlafl*
:-. Albany. Jonas opened a store, became a Master Mason
lVlt lonely. After two years, he advertises his inten-
M) to leave and offers his "best Hyson green tea in- pound
canisters, wines, brandies, tea, raisins by the cask, Flor-
ence Oyl by the box, milk and butter, biscuits in the
cask" in exchange for "Beavers and deer skins, small furs,
etc." The following year he marries Rebecca, daughter of
the Hazan David Mendes Machado a.id Zipporah Nunes
Ribiero; a rise in the social ladder for Jonah son of Fei-
bush. since three years a free man of Albany
The marriage might offer a clew for his leaving Charles-
ton. The liberated servant of Moses Lindo could never hope
to be reeived by the snobbish Sephardim. But 1500 miles
removed in the wilds of New York made all the difference
for the ambitious Ashkenazi whose handsome face, accord-
ing to the old painting, is more typically Anglo-Saxon
than the features of Thomas Jefferson or John Hancoch.
This union was happy if 21 children in 23 years is any
indication of domestic felicity. It certainly assured his
place as an outstanding ancestor in Jewish annals of
early America. His grandsons, the quixotic editor and poli-
tician Mordicai M. Noah and the navaloffier "Commo-
dore" Uriah P. Levy, are among his numerous cdesendants.
Jewish and Christian.
As the family grew, business declined. It became harder
each day to do business against the British restrictions
that were driving the colonies to war. Jonas Phillips as-
signed his assets for the benefit of creditors and obtained
a court release as an insolvent debtor. Now his knowledge
and orthodoxy came in handy. The New York community
appointed him shochet and bodek (slaughterer and over-
sear of ritual meat) at a salary of 35 pounds a year. He"
held on four years, then tried business again. Following
the Hebrew maxim that a change of place is a change of
luck, he moved to Philadelphia.
This time he was successful. The coming war created
boom activities and scarce merchandise brought high
prices in the soaring market of the national capitol. In
contrast to other merchants with strong Tory leanings,
Jonas Phillips was a strong patriot. He signed the Non
Importation Agreement. Father to a brood of children,
merchant on the main street and 43 years old, he joined
the Philadelphia militia.
In Jewish affairs he took a leading part. His donation
of 145 pounds for the construction of a new synagogue was
second only to Haym Solomon's and larger than the con-
tribution of the far wealthier Gratz Brothers. Elected
president of Mikveh Israel Congregation, Phillips wrote a
letter inviting Gen. George Washington to the dedication
ceremony. The General was never strong for church go,-
ing, and his absence was neither a slight nor a surprise.
The legend, however, persists that George Washington wa?
present when Phillips' daughter Zipporah married Manuel
Noah, the future parents of the famous Mordicai M. Noah.
Constitutional Convention
Jonas Phillips impinges into Jewish history by reason
of a letter he wrote to the delegates assembled in Phila
delphia to formulate the Federal Constitution for a more
perfect Union. He sets out the Pennsylvania law requiring
of any one holding public office the oath that he believes
the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be given
by divine inspiration. He writes:
"It is well known among all the Citizens of the 13 United
States that the Jews have been true and faithful whigs,
and during the late Contest with England they have been
foremost in aiding and assisting the states with their lifes
and fortunes, they have supported the cause, have bravely
"fought and bled for liberty which they cannot enjoy.
Therefore if the honourable Convention shall in their
Wisdom think fit and alter the said oath and leave out the
words to vizand I do acknowledge the scripture of the
new testament to be given by divine inspirationthen
the Israelites will think themselves happy to live under a
government where all Religious societies are on an Equal
footing."
Jonas Phillips did not know that three weeks earlier the
Convention had already inserted into the new Constitution
a provision that no religious test shall ever be imposed as
a qualification to any office or public trust under the
United States. Another incident reveals his vigorous and
staunch Judaism. He was cited to appear in court on
Sabbath and testify as a witness. Jonas Phillips ignored
the summons and proudly paid the fine of ten pounds.
lanischewitz Borscht Adds Needed
ilance to Summer Meals Menu
|v. th all the increased knowledge
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i one thing, food experts have
[;. well established the fact
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\ well be lacking in certain spe-
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When the temperature soars
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EsH^nors Former Nazi Aide
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON The U S. Gov-
ernument. which awarded the;
Legion ol Merit to 344 American (
Jewish soldien during World War,
II more recently gave the same,
medal to an Arab general who,
foajW on the Nazi side and later
participated in aggression against
Israel in contempt of the I nited ,
Nations
He i> Maj Gen. Mohammed Ra-
\Xti Chiel of the Iraqi Army
General Stall The Legion of Merit
Degree ol Commander' was pin-'
ned on bia chest last month at
the Pentagon by Gen Matthew B
Ridgway, U S Army Chiel ol SUM.
rhe gesture mi approved bj the
White House It was linked b> the
siate Department with the de-
fense ol the vital resources of the
free world."'
Gen Aril was cited by the IS
Army in connection with the deco-
ration He was honored because
His outstanding leadership.
sound Judgment and exceptional
energy in the performance ol his
duties with the Iraqi Annj relied
nd tno
military service
\o Israeli soldier has been deco-
cited by the U S Army
Gen Yigdal Yadin. Chiel ol Stall
> i the Israel Arm) from IMS to
Shabandar was a guest of honor at
the region and cer,:;n> s=
departed from diplomatic enqueue
on other occasions by denouncing
American Jewry and queatientol
of
American
the loyalty
ish faith.
The occasion
Gen. Arif was
United State
Americans of Jew-
although the Iraqi
admitted it
democracy
Government openly
wants 1/.S. arms to kill Jews rather
than any potential SoMetinvad-r.
Prime Minisl r
one of the most violent
of
renewed warfare
was Jamali who
General Matthew
lidjway
, dees henors
for the award to
hi- arrival in the
I as a guest ol
Government to visit
Utions. He la here
arrangements to receive i
nit ions granted Iraq h
Department Israel
Mnnlar arms aid. The Israeli
pucaUPP has been
1962.
Iraq did more than any
Arab nation to aid
persecute its
Introduce
the
Army in-tal
to complete
e mil-
the Slate
applied for
-ince
iher
Nan-, to
Jewish inhabitants, to
anti-Jewish propagand
n the United States, and
an armistice with Israel
was -elected by Secrct.,i>
Dulles a> the first Arab Leaf
I member to receive free I
j Arif. who joined the
the Allies seemed on
Iraq.
Jamali is
exponent -
against Israel. <<
dispatched Gen. Arif
ton The same Jamali
son and should In- hanged
destruction
to
Washing-
said that
of Israel will be
The
nchiev
FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954
ed only by a strengthening of the
Arab stales."
A British Intelligence report re?
vealed pro-Nazism in Iraq. It said:
In 1937, Dr. r'adhil al Jamali. at
that time Director General of Edu
cation, visited Germany, where he
was accorded an official welcome
and lavishly entertained. On hw
return. Dr. Jamali (sent) an
Iraqi delegation to tfaejliit'emherg
rally of 1938 ... the Ministry of
Education wtrflted actively on be^
half of the Germans. .
tn avoid
Yet It
of State
Gen
Nazis when
the brink ol
ISSt, \ isited Washington at the
same time as the Iraqi general
Gen Arif fought against the Allies
in 1941 when the Iraqi Arm) un
der All el Gailani staged a pro-Nazi .... ....... __ fc ^
revolt On that occasion Gen \adin'<
dispatched Eiagannah men to join
the Allied cause There was I
medal for Gen. Arif The P
son wasn't Interested in Gen Ya-
din
Iraqi Ambassador Moussa Al
Rabbi Lehrman Announces Research on
History of Jews in Florida to be Made
ol Tern
ni Beach, has
eh "i". the
. : "... now
er the au-
the Antei lewish
: .".. :. The-
- "
(hi purpi -. I pul ishi
tl nistorj ol
.' I v- -
-.'.1 collect
and Jewish press references.
Jewish compuii

< Jewish communitj contained
M public n I town and
:t\ archives
rhe histor} of tin
Milwaukee.
V'lneland. NJ. and Southern
..r< being studied simul-
-
Dr .' seph Banna port stafl con-
[or the Aa
r\ Center w ill bl
with Rabbi Learsnaa or. the
Ct and Pro! \. v-
-. Columbia I niei d Pro-
-.
- ter wUI edit the
-
:".i search \ ncai In
- -.. -:, d at tl
'.
-

analysis
ic Centers
on the to
makes thi-
Arab League officer to be decorat-
ed with a t'.S. medal
Early in 1948. before the British
withdrawal from Palestine, "vol-
unteer" Iraqi force- Invaded the
mandated territory Gen Arif took
part in this and subsequent aggres-
sive actions against Palestinian
Jewry and the nation ol lsra< I He
hi- troop- were deleated bj
.lew i.-h courage
M ith the sohtan 0
, Iraq, all Arab League Mate- -
-nee agreement- Then
Iraq is still in an .
war with Israel Iraq 1- a Ml
niter of the an-. I ycotl
settle- .
ment. In 1949 and 1950 the Iraqi
joined in pogr l(
Iraq- Jews
Recent Congressional
Jed that Henr> A Byi
had considerable criticism to direct
against Israel But he praised the '>
;" of Iraq. Byroade, as As-
-.--ant Secretary oi r- Near
Eastern Affair-, knows Iraq's true
record.
Hundreds of Jew- still in
Iraqi concentration camp- About
125.000 Iraq Jew- escaped into Is-
-mee 1949 Th Depart-
ment views Iraq as a "bastion of
V*
&**/*/<#:
l^AM.DCOtr*
V CMt.Sf..^
rials in rn>th areas
re approach
nal level
dble
Studies I J wish
'
directed to the histor) of the
unity, a- well as to ref
erenci s to lot affairs cor.
-
ational periodicals.
spapers and "he for
Jewish press Much ol thi*
r.iy in na-
tional libraries and archives
I he Rabbi
"Th -.elude re
eh ir. record- bearing or. the
community located in the head
quarter offices of national Ji
.iblished legislative
and -v arui r- nee** ,t. y*
JWV Auxiliary Entertains
I the completl n Mormaa Bruce Brown Auxiliary
will be housed in the state library \-( 174. Jewish War Veterans, will
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The Am lewish Histor)
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evening with games and re
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UDAY. JULY 9. 1954
{Technical Assistance
In Perilous Situation
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PAGE 71
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Tla>grahic Agency
llMTED NATIONS The per-
ku> condition in which Technical
Lbtance finds hat\l is graphic
jy demonstrated in the sixth an-
kal report released here by the
Cures for Israel. Last year, the
Ichnical Assistance Board spent
50.742 in the Jewish State; this
lar. it is spending only $328.14;
Tiile next year it has only agreed
J expenditures so far of $122,170.
|Miml you, it may spend more
an that because the Board has
|i ininpleted its schedule for next
|ar. However, these figures, these
ctining amounts, do tell the story
(he financial difficulties it is
The number of experts which
I'n n ed Nations and its special-
Id agenclMthe Technical As-
|iaic Board confers them all
nt t<> I-rael last year amounted
to 38; the number they are sending
this year is down five to $3; the
number that they expect to tend '
year is -only 14. The fellowships ;
and scholarships provided Israelis
amounted to <2 last year; those ap-
proved this year are only 38; while
none is listed for next year.
Again, these statistics must not
be taken too literally, but they do
show the sort of chronic troubles
that technical assistance is having
here because of lack of funds.
Every year, projects have had to
be cut back simply because there
was not enough money for them,
and, of course, projects in Israel
have come in for their share of
paring.
Last year, the Board received re-
quests from underdeveloped coun-
tries for technical assistance which
would have cost some $43,000,000.
However, it only had a little over
half this amount, about $23,500,000
to spendand so it had to turn
down many of the requests.
This year, things are even worse
because the Technical Assistance
Board has decided that it must try
to set up a reserve out of its mea-
gre income. The trouble is that it
can never be sure what it will get
from year to year, as its funds de-
pend upon the voluntary pledges
of government, and yet it has reg-
ular fixed expenses. Thus, it must
have some money in the bank, and
it is intending to build up a work-
ing capital and reserve fund of
$12,000,000 during the next three
years.
Among the technical assistance
projects in Israel is the continua-
tion of the important water resourc-
es development scheme. A second
expert is helping in setting up a
Geo-Technical Institute out there
to study water seepage and the
building of reservoirs and*so on.
A pulp and paper expert is ad-
vising the Israeli government on
; of the new million the production of cellulose from lo-
I. r I'allazzio Nacionale de la cally available straw; he will also
give advice on the establishment
of a paper industry. A petroleum
geologist who was sent out by the
United Nations last year is con-
tinuing his work in the country.
Among other specialists aiding the
state are experts on metallurgy,
meteorology, productivity, voca-
tional training, milk processing,
agricultural economics, forestry
development and civil aviation.
One of the new projects in Is-
Irs. Youngermcm
lonored by Art
istitute, Cuba
Uyns M. Youngerman. well-
lotrn Miami Beach artist, has
en recently doubly honored by
Big one of the 100 painters whose
will be shown at the National
|ller Art Institute Exhibition to
held through July and August.
The exhibition was open to art-
lhrou'^hout the United States
territories and received 4.000
Irses Two hundred works in all
I hi- -hown 100 oils and 100
(r colors.
I., painting chosen was "The
m." awurded last year's Blue
I igure Fellowship prize.
I. Yuungerman is also one of
.rti-tx whose work the Cuban
k-rrnment selected to show at
Florida Vacations Discussed i nada Jewish Communitv Center on
Loyal Compton. public relations Thursday evening. July 15. 8:30
director of the Florida Clubs of P m. at the Center building. Mr.
the American Automobile Associ- Compton will address the group on
ation. will be guest speaker at the "Florida Vacation Land for
Women's Group of Flagler-Gra-1 Floridians."
lite The American Wing was
icated on July 4 in Havana.
Irs Youngerman attended the
li School of Art and while there
the Weir painting scholarship
English painting prize. She is
lurtime winner of the Beaux
national competition, receiv-
:. n honor diploma and Bachelor
lr.no Arts degree at Yale.
Lmong other honors, she was
led twice the Tiffany Foun-
|. n Fellowship, Paint and Clay
t portrait prize, Pan American
Iran prize, Alvord painting
tv. Blue Dome prize for figure
I Connecticut Academy
llrait prize. Soule Still Life
Blue Dome portrait prize
landscape award at the Lowe
IK r>.
I Youngerman is lasted in
|1)'i'n Who" and has exhibited at
Boston Museum of Art, Na-
lal Academy, New York City,
jr Arts Society, Norton Gal-
. Argent Galleries, Art Stu-
League, Anderson Galleries.
hencan Art Gallery. Morgan Me-
Irial, Pennsylvania Academy,
trj Atheneum. Lowe Galleries
others
South Shore Citizens Club meets at Blackstone Hotel to elect officers. Top row (left to right)
are Mrs. Frances Joseph. Harry Sir, Councilman Burnett Roth, Jack Woody, A. J. Kaplan,
Vice Mayor Harold Spaet and Mrs. Celia Walt. Seated are A. Bloom, Max D. Goldhagen.
Louis Shafkin, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Joseph Mintzes and Mrs. Gertrude Froman.
South Shore Club
Kiwis Ollieern
Mrs. Lena Mintzes was named
president for a second term of the
Souths ho re Citizens Club at a spe-
cial meeting held recently in the
Blackstone Hotel. A. J. Kaplan
acted as installing officer.
Other officers named are Louis
Shafkin. Celia Walt. Malvin Knin-
lander. Fred Arnold. M. D. Gold-
hagen. Jacob -P. Tarr, Jacob Mel-
niker and Harry Sir, vice presi-
dents; Pauline Thurston, financial
and recording secretary; Gertrude
Froman and Henrietta Grassman.
corresponding secretaries.
Joseph Dube. treasurer; Jacob
P. Tarr. publicity chairman; Mal-
vin Englander. legal advisor; Sam
Deutch and Harry Sir, ways and
means.
The club was formed four years
ago by a number of persons resid-
ing in South Miami Beach under
the leadership of Mrs. Mintzes. A
charter was granted in 1953. and
it now numbers some 500 mem-
bers.
m. Beyno m. rMSfmm
rael this year is the establishment
of a demonstration centre for the
stabilized earth construction tech-
nique which has been so success-
fully used in building cheap houses.
The intention is. according to the
sixth annual report, to set up a per-
manent building research center
in the Jewish, State.
Party ior Hebrew School
Sisterhood of Beth Israel Con-
gregation will hold a card party
and dance for the benefit of the
Hebrew school on Saturday night.
July 10. 9 p.m.. at the Sterling
Hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Rose
Friedman.
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FAGE 8 B
> L~utnrk&r
FRIDAY. JULY 9 u
Decline Among 'V Workers
NEW YORK (JTA)The Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Board has is-
sued a report stating that the criti-|
cal shortage of professional per-1
sonnel engaged by Jewish Com-
nmnity Centers and YMYWHA's;
worsened during the past year.!
The expansion and increased de-1
mand for Center and Y person-
nel in evidence since 1946 continu-;
eUV the report sad. "By the end1
>f 1953 the number of full-time
professional workers required to-
t.illed about 1.300 At that time;
more than 120 vacancies were on
record, compared to 77 at the end
ol 1952."
Reasons given for the growth of
the field outstripping the available
supply of manpower were the facts
that only a few more than 40 Jew-
ish students with an interest in
group work were being graduated
from schools of social work and
that competing attractions in the
busines- world and other profes-
sional settings are draining spe-
cialists such as health educators
and nursery school teachers "
In spite of the decreasing >up
ply of new workers, the report
points out. the placement of work-
ers in (.'eater jobs totaled 215 in
1953. the highest figure in more
than ten years While the demand
for workers was observed in all
categories, proportionately the
j greatest increase of vacancies was
'in the executive class. The need
! for superv!>,.r> lUff was also ac-
celerated Of significance too was
the growing demand by national
and other local Jewish organiza-
i tions tor personnel trained and ex-
perienced in group work
To attempt to meet the per-"
! nel shortage, the Centers and JWB
have explored imjn and IMUU "t
attracting young men and women
\ to Center work and have conduct
I ed a number ot projects such as a
: recruiting conference mil scholar
ship funds.
I. R. Goodman Group
Presents Skit; Slates
Meeting for July 15
I r Coodman Croup of Hadas-
sah held a membership tea at the
home ol Mrs Bertram Miller, 5493
North Bay rd on Tuesday eve-
ning. June 29
|UM Dorothy ParKer. member-
ship chairman, was in charge of
arrangements.
The program, under the direc-
tion of Miss Frances Lebon, in-
cluded a skit. "Its Kasy a- Pie.
performed by Mrs Sam (apian,
Miss Parker. Mrs Jack Wolf. Miss
Martha Kabrikant. Mi-- Kvelyn
Brown and Mrs Benjamin Rappa-
Pr' i
The newly organized choral
map, led by Mrs Alfred Karg.
presented a wrtoi "i I-'--"'1' M,"-
Participating in the singing
Mrs. Rose Goldner. Miss v-Jl'
Miss Frances Lebon. Mrs w0|
Miss Marguerite Marx and lflj
Ceil Rubin. I
A membership appeal by yijA
Alfred Karg. president of J
group, concluded the eveatnrJ
program.
Next meeting of the I. R Goodl
man C.rouo of Haduxsah will k.1
held on Thursday evening, juJ
io. at a: 15 p.m.. in Kneseth isrJI
Synagogue.
Boat Ride Scheduled
Dov Chapter, Mizrachi \V(,mer. I
will hold a boat ride on Sunda*f
July 11, at 4:30 p.m., from Pier
Miami, on the Seven Seas excurl
sion boat. Proceeds are for YoutJ
Aliyah. Chairman is Mrs Lou,,!
Block.
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our development is based upon not one but three
reasons Evidence of Security Convenience
...and a high degree of Personal Service lo our
member- and to the community we serve. If
jour savings are now placed elsewhere, ma\ we
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First Mortgage Loans............ .",.816.321.31
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Building Improvements and
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Savings Accounts ............. $7,421,511.47
Loan- in Process .............. 496,325 92
Other Liabilities................ ]g 6->9 15
Surplus and Reserves ......... 88 386 00
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UDAY. JULY 9. 19S4
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PAGE 9 B
Point Four Helps Israel
Continued from Page 2 B
Ind followed in the far north of
lie country, where the rocky hills
lotween Tiberias and Rosh Pinna
Ire being turned into an enormous
lattle and sheep breeding ranch
failed "Operation Cowboy"to be-
lome Israel's pilot project for meat
Induction. It will extend over an
|rea of more than 6,000 acres, main-
natural pasture but also irrig-
fblc lands by Lake Tiberias, which
nil be sown in fodder (grass from
he seed farm) to cover hay re-
luirements when there is no pas-
n
Cowboy won't be a fancy dude
unch," explained Albin Molohon,
roint Four's chief of the Agricul-
ural Division, who has made this
his pet project and is enjoying
himself watching it take shape.
"It'll be a training farm for cattle
raising, and despite the fact that
only students will operate it. it'll be
self-supporting two years after the
beginning of operations through
the sale of meat on the hoof. In the
beginning (in July) there will be
600 head of cattle and 2.000 sheep,
and neither will be used for any
but meat production. The calves
will get all the milk." The trainees
from settlements all over the coun-
trywill return to their respective
homes and set up similar breeding
ranches. This seems the fastest way
to make Israel self-supporting in
her meat requirements.
One could go on and on showing
Imanuel Goldttrich
ioldstrich Named
resident of Miami
each Optimists
|Miami Beach optimist Club held
19th annual installation of oi-
lers ceremonies at the Algiers
btc-l last week.
Iheiiiu Hi McCrae, governor of the
linli district, and Millord Green-
li- lii utenant governor, partici-
|i- 'i in installing Bmanuel Gold-
irh as president for the forth
Ining year.
Oscar Ruakin and Dr. Arthur
i wen Installed u visa
p-Hlent, and Lyle Fessler, char
member and past prmldant. has
rel irj treasurer!
,1 rd ol directors are N. Doug
III William K.irr. Howard M.
Inn, II.,n> Raskin and Alfred
nfone
Hack Woody was appointed ser-
linii al inns and Irving Mitel,
mediate past president, was
in- 'I chaplain.
Miami Beach optimist Club is
|part of Optimist International.
lanized marly 50 years ago in-
^nationally to develop optimism
|.i philosphy of life, to promote
"Use interest in good govern-
|in and civk affairs and to aid
|l encourage the development of
fill throughout the world.
Ilie local group, among it's many
pities lor boys, sponsors little
baseball, tennis tourna-
\ "II Clinks and cub scouts
Til" Club hold- ,i luncheon meet
Tuesday noon at the Sea
Hotel.
ivalcade of Turkey at
fney; Hospital Benefits
[he lavish Cavalcade of Turkev
['' brought 500 visiting digni-
f*s frm all strata of Turkish
1" South Florida for the last
[' ''ays to show what Turkey
complished with American
Winds up the visit with a re
IJion Friday night in the Roney
rdens. The affair is being
1 b> 'be Hon. Nuri Enn
I'1 "I the Turkish Information
Tee in this country, and Maurey
Ashmann. representing Variety
J'lrens Hospital here. Proceeds
the reception will go to the
Students Win Prizes
In FP&L Contest
Eighteen Dade CoUnty school
children won $240 in prizes in the
annual poster contest sponsored by
Florida Power & Light Co. to en-
courage observance of safety
among school children.
The 17 x 12 inch posters were
submitted to teachers without iden-
tification, and prizes were given to
winners in three categories.
First of the three themes was
"Play Safe Electrically." which
urged proper and safe handling of ,
kite- and model airplanes /]
"Street Lights. Your Silent Po-
licemen." w^s the second poster
theme which won a prize for Robert i
Bechter, Miami Beach Senior High '
School.
"Be Safe In School" was the |
third theme, and the winners were j
Carolyn Lapkoff, Miami Beach Sen-
ior High. Carl Johnson. Dorsey
High, and Sally Brando*. Miami
Beach Senior High.
This subject also won prilM for
Beth Daniel. Hialeah Junior High,
Ruth 1'ittman. Miami Jackson Jun
ior High, and Sabina Gross, Miami i
Beach Junior High.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
how American dollars and experts
are helping to change the face of
Israel. We could mention the new
road to the ruins of Capernaum at
the northern end of Lake Tiberias
which, though a small thing in it-
self, has filled a vital gap in the
development of the tourist trade, a
subject very close to Mr. McDan-
iel's heart; for he is convinced that
a vastly increased tourist trade is
possible with all that ancient beau-
ty of the Holy Land available, but
not fully tapped. We could mention
the Reading Power Station in Tel
Aviv which, with $4,600,000 grant-
in-aid money and over $5,000,000
counterpart funds has installed two
new 60,000 KW generating units,
vital in the country's electrification
program. We shall talk about them
some other time.
Should Mr. McDaniel ever ven-
ture back into this part of the
worldand Israelis sincerely hope
he willhe'll be surprised how far
Israel's facelifting, initiated in his
term of office, has gone. The ex-
pert and fellowship side of the Op-
erations cost very littlecompara-
tively. But they are of an indeli
ble permanence.
Dr. Narot to Speak
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Temple Is-
rael spiritual leader, will be guest
speaker on the radio program,
"Message of Israel," Sunday, July
11. 10 a.m.. over station WQAM.
Dr. Narot will speak on the topic,
"The Answer to Evil." The pro-
gram is sponsored weekly by the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
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A religious proclamation of the
Tercentenary was issued from the
steps of Congregation Shearith Is-
rael, founded in 1654 by the first
group of 23 Jews to settle in wnii
is now the United States.
The proclamation was signed by
Rabbi Simon G. Kramer, chairman
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president. Central Conference of
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ftSRgjSL
and Mrs. rn"* \ ..,.,
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
\ill hold Friday evening services at
6:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating. Jay
Schwartunan. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schwaruman. will become
Bar Mitzvah Mincha is at 6:45
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudo>.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Dr Jacob H Kaplan. Rab-
bi Emeritus, will officiate.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold services Friday
night at 6:15 p.m Guest Rabbi Sam-
Wl A. Turk. 0< Bronx. New York,
will officiate. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
:s at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Cantor Abraham Self will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
it 8:30 p.m Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi David
Shapiro will officiate Rev Hot
riechai Haalman will chant the mus-
.cal portions of the liturgy. Daily
-! rvfces are at 9 a m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6 p.m.. con-
ducted by Rev Rudolf E Brill
Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Sat-
urday. Gerald Kenneth Barrish.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barri>h.
d Hollywood, will become Bar
Mitzvah.
Obituaries
MORRIS KULOK
a retired clothier, died Job 1 at hi*-
hoi -. iw l~th .-<. Miami Beacti
RervioM *r>d burial u*k plaei
.iyn. N.T.. with Um I:
Miami BaacB l-*uii-:..: Horn* :. h.:*;.
of local Hiranrement* Mr Kuk-k. h"
cause fr.ni Me Torft tear* aaro.
had *- I w> th- Miami -e
f r lb. Ui .-- Hi luv.- ji
Isaniuel Kukk '. Miami i
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening ten
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry
Okolic officiating and preaching on
the topic: "Experiences at the
Bible School." Cantor Maurice Neu
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy, with the choir under
the direction of Lucille Moore as
Msting Saturday morning service-
will be at 9 a.m. Daily services are
at 7:30 am and 7 p.m
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m Saturday morning serv-
ice* are at 9 a.m. Class in Perek
will be conducted by H Eisenberg
at 5:30 p.m. Mincha i- at 6:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. Dail)
service- are ^i "30 am. and 7 p
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m
Saturday morning service- are .it
9 a.m.. when Rabbi Irving Lehman
will officiate. Cantor Philip Brutu-
rner will render the musical por-
tion- of the liturgy. Daily services
are in the chapel at 8 am and 7
p m
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30 p in.
Saturday morning services are at
| 8:30 am Arthur Pechersky. son ol
Mrs Lillian Pechersky, will become
Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Morton Italav-
sky will officiate and preach on
the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Mincha is
at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
815 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kron-
dci o June Wwhi >'7 k ,
ville on their waj lo Miami Beacf
;;,,; Mr and Mr. Ben Ve
Dr. chashi wu Mn Yemeni
father. .
Surviving are two ,ldi.in;.
,,..,,. Mrs Eleanor Halperij
.! Mrs Floreno Benaj Bertal
took place in New York
Dr. and Mr- Chasin were res.
dents ol Chicago, where he was S
department store executive and a
faculty member al i<.....evelt loi-
lege The) were frequenl visitors
to Miami Beach
On Summer Hours
Rabbi Mo-e- siesciieioil presi
dent ol the Jewish National Fund
ol Greater Miami, announced this
week that the JNF offices .it t**l
Lincoln rd. will operate on their
usual summer schedule during the
months of July and August, be-
twi en the hour- ol 10 a m and 2
p.m.
Shapiro Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
, ,h(. memorj of the late Beat*
Shapiro former!) ol 300 Meridian
avenue. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. July II.* 1:00 p.m.
.,, Ml Sinai Memorial Park (>me-
,, with Hal.bi Mses Mescheloff
offWatin. Mr- Shmplrj,in mint-
ed by five sons, including Alexan-
der Shapiro of Hollywood, Fla. and
I,,.,.pi, Shapiro ol Miami Beach;
,,l.,i rive daughters, including Rose
0f Miami Beach and Annie and
Pearl ol it Lauderdale. Arrange-
.nl- are In charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument r o m p any.
Friends snd relative- are asked to
attend.
Pullman Unveilino
The dedication of ,
to the memory of lhf 1
Pullman, formerly 0( 2tt|
Bay Road, will lak(! p,^'
July Uth at 12 noon ;
Memorial Park <>meterj.'
man is survived by his til
Arrangements are ,n J
Palmer's Miami Monunwl
pany. Friends and relj^
asked to attend
i-h officiating Subject ol the ser
mon is scheduled a- when itab
bi.- Meet Saturday morning serv-
ices are al 10:43 a m.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Fridaj evening services al
645 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 am Dail) services
are at 7:30 am and 6:45 p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m. Daily services arc at 7:30
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Stofsky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Susie
Stofsky, formerly of 2236 sw 21st
Terrace, will take place Sunday.
Jul) llth at 2 pm al Mt Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April
I officiating Mr- Stofsky i- surviv-
ed b) her husband Louis; a daugh
l.r. Mi- Anita Schwartz of Mi-
ami, i brother Nat Wemberg of
\, wark, N ai d four listen, Mrs.
Rose Rothman "f Miami, Mrs Edna
Brown, Miss S Buncbich and Mrs.
G Porman, all ol New York Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Mrs. Adolph
Dies at Age of jj
Mrs. Adolph Balsam. -]
Iyn. New York died raj
day. July 4. Mr- Balsa
She is survived by hcr|
and two sons. Harold. alMa
Iyn. and Milton. Xon,l
Beach, who flew North tri
the services and intenwgj
GUSTAVE KNOBELMAfc
:: sw ism si. d-i June n
In a k^*i hori-ilal A l--al resident f
# . Mr Ki,..l.*-ia^ri uaa a re-
lired dflicat'jsf-r Ht*- iih Hr
am* fr>.n; I'ni'-n X .' Puaalaaii ii,
lude Ml wife E-rtlL:
Irving, of Brookl>-n. and At* and
Kalpb. of l"ni..n lT..irv-.- and >-
'*" Utrvtw r-- hid in X-'-...-?
N .1 Itb local ..- i _. -i -
.1 linw
MRS. VETTA NORMAN
s of ::.<: sw r.\h -i. di i
'i Mr- Norman had
I n ... ) t yean
at Ira BrooUyn. x v
.d bj <-.li ''-.. : .. \....
n..hi. ,.f MorrmiU'Wi. \\' V and
a dauph-
l< Mrt nd^r-. ..( \
-' n iraad I
r. h.!d n th' M
' ';,.r-d..r. Funeral Hobm
I XI. Ni >
ISAOORE RAPPAPORT
- .
Porn \: a. di^d
*p4*) afiei .

H came l
I ;.a|rhi,nt-.
au> Kith H. I % a: t.i
.. Su- -
wvtne ,.rf i, ,n ,),.
N.J aad
a daurh-
lladrl-
* s pla. t
-
SA\DER GREENWALO
ST NE
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Saturda
ln.-lnd< ;.. ....
''
^ i and \ .t- -
. H mi -
?ale Ja.- :. |;
v. .
'' ald. all ..f Miami
" Rlrr-
Chapel, 1tl m- n.i..
*.rry.
MRS. JENNIE SHERMAN
- Nil ColMaa *., Miami Beat*
Saturday fen .-. hold at
Kierawi> Mcnaarlal <-hai'. : y ^ ,
eaeh, ith t.uiuil In Mt K*o Crm* -
Bnc -a II acllri
H.,nr...h Krnrarti Chapti of Hot
--. Ark. si,, bad brn a
ami B. i. oaatoc h*r*
BaJtianor* bsm kavca h^r bua-
.>ainiMl: a daurhir Mr.. Cln-
l. Karp; a t-.n. Mai jjm.
B.-man. all ,.f Miami Be* h
and thrt-* brother*.
MAX ZINKER
IS I'.th it.. Miami Baoek, a
of N. V -
ira aao. died Sundav
M. a retired \lv.r-
and lo dauch-
l-aura fravd. and Mr*
' l.-nr Nlan!
-* place in Xe
I*.'"1 ''ha|-l i-1
M-aml R*a.h in harje '. local IT.
ranjement.
JOSEPH GROSSMAN
I BW ', Mr., died Mondav
nduvted Tueaday in
n a I jneral Home f Miami, arith
burial In Star -I Iiavid "iniltlli x
ed ...mmeniat phot<*rapher. h-
Jrolt. .-jitivine *r* hi-, wtfa. '
t ndchildrei).
Swim Party Saturday
Sisterhood ol the West Miami
Jewish Center will -ponsor a swim-
ming parly at the Hotel Algiers
on Saturday. July 17. 8 p.m. The
proceeds will he used for the Re-
ligious School building. Mrs Louis
Richter i- chairman.
Iiilicrs if li
Memorials ftr til
irurt o mat;
Jewish Trade
BM t. w. na aisaj
Look for the 2-Sury'
Building
Thurmond Monu^
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OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
r 3. sonALLES
CajaJn an of the Board
THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR.
I*reide! I
EDUARDO MORALES
nrm \'i e PreaUaat
W. C PAYNE
\ ice President and Ca*h!r
J. M. GARCIA
vlc* Prealden:
E A. GERARD
Vica Precldent
G. D. FAHRKER
: npaManl
W. E. BOYD
^ I'" *; D. R. JACKSON
I -- ataai (Pra
JOHN L. HALL
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C. H. MelHTIRE
... ... | QaaMat and Auditor
H. HARRY DENHAM
FRANCES P. LYONS
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DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
J. L. CABASSA
Firat V.. Chabmar.
GUILLERMO CABRERA
i V rha ,T
THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR.
'""-- Raul
A. J. HARRIS
rr.id*nt. SSMntal M t.l.
CECIL P. HOLLAND
r"..... -Mia-.: ii. ..
KENNETH S. KEYES
asdrasu ol the Board.
Tn* pany
SHELBY P. LANGSTON
rraaident. Lantraton A Co, ]nc
lnauranra
EDUARDO MORALES
aaaaai of a.r,
__ J. A. BOIG
Pr.!dent. F.llatnar. Sucaj Prt
Aaaodatlon
GEORGE H. SALLEY
SALLEY. ROMAN SMITH
Attornayi
M-M. WEISS
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HERMAN H. WIRSHING
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RESOURCES
Cash .............................
Government Bonds
State. County and
Municipal Bonds .............
Other Bonds ................
Federal Reserve Bank Slock
Obligations Fully Guaranteed
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Loans and Discounts
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Business and Other Loans
Customers' Liability on
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Accruals and Other Aaaets
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Deposits ...............
Letters ol Credit ..
Accruals and Other Uabilin..
Capital (Common Stock)
Surplus. Undivided Profil.
and Reserve*
Total Capital Fund* ......
TOTAL UABILITIES
JUNE 30. 1952
S 6,713.894.45
7.370.969.05
3.552.289.30
306.792.05
34.050.00
JUNE 30. I9S3
S 8.170.456.23
9.934.779.31
3.511,359.05
97.500.00
36.000.00
1.718.669.50 14S0.4St.45 4.758.45
6.440.140.41
1.715.970.43
142.664.54
389.889.65
S28.38S.329.38
IABILITI
S26.719.916.98
142.664.54
43.367.35
750.000.00
729.380.51
1.479.390 Jl
$28,385 329.38
7.271.108.41
3.299.101.84
490.790.20
827.S04.34
S3S.489.757.83
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S33.299 223.53
490.790.20
121.650.89
7S0.000.0O
10.018.59
5.016.17S
4S6.717J]
850.940
S45.754.01C
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LEGAL NOTICB
tE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HKRKBY OIVEN thnl
_-iK II--.I. lrll1K I" engage In
liiii'l't Hi.' fi.tltloim name of
I HKSTAIRAN'T, Ht 1 B.W.
It. Miami. Horlda, Intend* lo
Kunl name with the Clark of
,11 Court of Dade County.
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MCE BV PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ith JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY. No. 1706*1
(IKI> A RARNKS Ml' DAVID
lUlntlff.
IIAKDSON Ml" DAVID.
Defenditnt.
IjUIT FOR DIVORCE
RICHARDSON MC DAVID
[i: ,ui sn Ml
Y..rk City. NY.
_ hereby notified that a Hill
klaint for Divorce haa been
||n*t you. and you are requir-
re .i oopy "t fOUT Anawel c.i
In Urn Hill of Complaint on
Imifi-. Attorney, CHARLES
Tiers .in Pom HutMing, Miami,
Inn.I file II.....rigltiHl Aflxwrr
|iut lii tin- office of the Clerk
rrull Court on or In-fore till
..! Aiikn-1. IM4). If >ou fail
Juduin.nl by default will l
j.iiiikI you for the relief de-
[in Hi. Mill of Complaint.
sh.ill lie pulillehed once
? k lor foill i oiiwiutlve nreekl
'.IKWISH M.tlRIDIAN.
\NH ORDERED at Miami.
tin. InJ day of July. A 11
i: I! I.I'.ATHKRMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underlined. dt buelneea under the rietitloiiH name ol
Si.,!,",l: S '""NT I'AOH BAR \ND
GRILL, mi 'it;-, n w nth Avenue, in-
tend* to reglater eela name with the
tlerk of Ihe Circuit Couit of |i.,,l,.
I OUDt) Klorlda.
HKNRT M. CA^""": "AV"'S"X
Attorney [or Applicant
l \V: Flutter W.-iAlimnl.'l-.Uli '
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C
ii.;i .-in
lade County, Morlda.
h WM, W BTOCKINQ,
Deputy Clerk
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. : i
iTICE TO CREDITORS
COUNTV JUDGES' COURT
)ADE COUNTY,
IBATE. No. 33094.A
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I Ihiii.iiiiIh AKalnnt S.ii.l
ti I oi.-k of you. are 11 r. -1. >
.....I to pn 'Hi an}
lid ilrio. nd> which > nu, "i
-i^ia -.;.' have egalnel tha
k, iVKo'-KSiNM: KKI.SKY.
[ ii i 'ountl Ni-iv
1 ', i... Honormbla Couno
^ county, and flla iii-
l*(Wetf nfflrei. in Ih, Count)
w ,m i ..oi. Count) '
leflflar montha from
*i-i publication here*
oi demand! io eon*
Te^i Ol J*e claimant
Ii. end prc-ni'.t
,. jVmll he l.ujjrH. .
Ili-A D.
w.fv i: KELHBT,
\ ,i. Iuii \ Kn-i ulrix of the
I .., \\ ill .. ii.l Testament ol
lAMKS CK8ANNE KKI.SKY.
I 1,-1 .I>f *Yor ^J.Hia it. Kalaay,
111 > Executrix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the unit, i-KlKiied, di-idiing t,, engagi In
bUMiiieaN under the fictitioiiH name of
BUBTER s BAR, .u :.::: w. Flagler
St., intenda to regiMer xald name with
Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Klorlda.
Ci.lFMilili K NELJJX iN
KEH8LER A.- HAItS
Attornaya for Applicant
17X2 \V. Hauler St.
6 It-U 7/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170500
WII.i.iam T. UREEN, Plaintiff,
\ i
IMiA UREEN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: INIia QREEN
1101 Walnut Street.
LEGAL NOTICE
I'lilkwlelaln.i, I'. niiaylMinlj i tW'A, bltlCKN. ail t)ereJy ijeeeaaeil, ajid that .hi .he lildh .l^ of
Hlitir.,i ,V,i A"UM .,' c,,,i,t for .Hiu. l;.t. ,li fmrih Ai Hofi.VTal.i.-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHKIIV OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlnir to enaage in
bualneaa under the fleHtioua li.line ,,f
KINO'S DEPT BTORB, at I4M1 N W
"th Avenue, Miami, Intenda to irififler
ait Id name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
AUKI.K SUI.ii.MoN, Sole Owner
k'KSSI.KIt & C.AItS
Attorney a for Applicant
17*2 W. KlaRlcr St.
/25 7/2-9-16
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Fil* 51(39
Notice ia hereby Riven that HARRY
BIMONHOFF and sa.M si.MoMlol-'l-.
lii.l.icr a- aaMgaae of Kverclndea
Drainage Dlatrlcl Tax Sale Certificate
Numbered 11U, dated the llal da) <
May, A.I). -1919, hua filed Bald Certifi-
cate in mi office, and lia- made appli-
cation r..r tax dead lo laaue thereon n
no ordance with law Bald Cei I
enii.i.i, ,- tii.. f,,ii,,n)K iies.-i Hie,i prop-
erty, iltuated in Dade Count)', Klorlda,
to-wll
All Kra. tional Beet Ion i:'. Town'
ahlp .: South. Rangf
. ontalnlng MI SI \. i ei tnon
leaa, located ," Dade County'. State
of Klorlda.
The aaaee :> un-
der the Certificate laaued was In tin-
name of lrana Als Cnleai m.i Certificate shall be
redeemed Brrordlnf to law., tux deed
will laaue thereon on the J^t da) ofi i
Jul^. Al. r-.i
Haled iln llh ilny of JOn-. A D
: i
R. ii. i.r<\THi:rlMAN',
Clerk 'if Cln-iiit >0r.
padc County. Borltla
v < BTKRRETT,
(Circuit Court Seal! DepuD
f, It-XS 7,J-^-16
JUNTY JUDQE' COURT
)E COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30671B
i: FTTE. I>eceaied
of intention to make
Plication for final
oibcharoe
-. hereb) given that I have
I filial i-ep-.rt and petition for
., Anclllarv Kxc, u-
, l ,-. ,.i KCOENB PINE,
. and that on the 10th day of
[r-.l. will apply to the Honor-
Inn Jmlfea of Dade County,
[ ipproval of auld final re-
ft, r final illscharge aa An-
1 itrix ,.f the dilate of
| -1. M .,-.,',1
i.i da) < July. 1954.
I KAN uni:
\ CltlKHM AN
t \n, .ii,n y Executrix
fee under fictitious
NAME LAW
l'i: IS HEREBY CIVKN that
rlgned, deatrln/J to engage In
t under th* flctltloua name of
Ii: AMI'SKMKXT CO., al il
0 Miami, intend to regla-
name with the Clerk of the
i.f 11 id.- County Kl"i Ida
I'lSKI'll KOOaNOVBKY
BERNARD KimjaNOVSKY
K M l'.l'.ic,i:i.
foi Applicant*
..Kiel St.
Ml
PCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,"i: is HEREBY OIVEN that
Irolgned. ileHltiiiB to engage In
I under the flctltloua name of
Is JCVENH.E Kl'RNITIKK
I Y*Hhliigton Ave Miami
|i.t, i,,1s to rwg|iter nald name
'I. rk of Hi.- i iicult Court of
luniy, Klorlda
K1.SA Si iltlN,-Owner
[ SHAPIRO t'lHKD
l tor Applicant
nin i:,i
I-:: i
|CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fi: IS IIKItKHY CIV EN thai
|ra|gned, dealring to engage In
under Ihe flctltloua name of
I'ltiHH ("IK.NS. al 45^ Kaat
[i'liv, Miami Beach, Horlda.
> i. Klstei aald name with the
, Ihe circuit Court of Dade
p-lnrlda
I MID J STKItN. Sole Owner
I
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
P IH IIKItKHY fHVBN that
Ir-lgn, ,|. ,1, Hirinc io engage In
I under Ihe fl< ntloua name of
IDS. (| I II. Klagler Street.
(Florida, uitenda to reglater
he with the Clerk of the Clr-
Irt ,,i Hade County. Klorlda.
VIMCAYNE TltADINfl CORP
J rAMANOKK, E8U.
f-r PettUoner
r *
Diwaie lui H.-i.ii. riled vRalnfil >ou.
and von ,.i i equlred In erve copy
of your Anawar or Pleading the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintlffa
Attorney, sankoiih m svvkkdun.
Attorney at Law, suit,- ,it. Beybold
HuUdlng, Miami, Hade County, Flor-
ida, and file the oi Igtnal AnSWei or
Pleading in Ihe office of the Clark Of
the Circuit Court on or before Una
2nd day of AuguM. IH4, If m.u tall
lo do BO, judgment b) default will lie
taken againat you foi Ihe t.-lief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
Thla notice ahall In- publlabad ..nee
each week fm- four conaecutlve areeka
In THE JEWISH 1-M iRII H AN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami,
Klorlda. thla 3uth day of June, AD.
Itif
E B. LBATH3CRMAN,
ci.rk. I'm nil Court,
Dade County, Klorlda.
Ill- WM. W. STIII'KIN'i
(Circuit CouH Seall Deput) Clerk
BANFORD M BWBRDL.IN
Attorney for Dlalnt Iff
:.47 Beybold Building, .Miami. Florida
7/2-9-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the unoeralgjned, dealring to ansnga In
InialneHH under the ficlltloui name ..(
Inns MAR, Ht 71 N.W 12nd Street,
Miami, Dade County, l-la intend to
reglater aald name with the clerk of
the Circuit COUrt "f llaile C.iliin,
Florida.
TED I'AWI.AK
MARJORIR M I'AWI.AK
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorne) i"i tpplleanl
IS18 \V Flaglei s- Miami. I
IN COUNTV JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2*055
RE: ESTATE OP
SIDNEY KEIH-ER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given thai i have
filed mi final report and petition for
Final Ins. hai-ge aa administrator c.t.a
u; K. l|DANir Dad.- County, Florida, for approval <^f
aaid final report and for final dis-
charge as administrator c.t.a. of the
Relate ol BIDNEY KE1KKER, deceaa
ed.
I'lii- I Hh dai of June. 1954.
ALBERT KEIPFER
TI.'RK NEWMAN
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Banna. Kla.
Attornaya for Administrator c.La.
by: Vivian 1.. s. Iieaff.-r
Of Counaal
I IS-2S t-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKItKHY OIVEN til
ihe underalgned, dealring to engag.
bualneaa under the flctltloua nan,.
RELI MU.i: A r T 0 TRANSPORT
SERVICE, at 14 in Drexel Avenue, M
ami Reach, Florida, intends t, ragl
aald name with th,. Clark of Ihe Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda
KEI.IAHl.E SERVICES, INC.
a Florida e.a poi-ai ion
,,. B) i o MIKX nuk.JY^Af
Prealdent
of frfTHl\m-* MCTWVKP' 'i.
Attornaya for Corporation
6/2.'. 7/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CUiCUiJ COURT -aa Th
JirOlCIALCIRCUIT I
Ism
JKANNETTE I'.KHl'.l.. jVjy*"'*1-
IN
ELEVENTH
FLORIDA
COUNTY. II
ALVIN BE4
\ s.
SUIT FOR OIV
TO: .IKANNETTK RED EL,
If Chadikon Stieet
Celeron. New York '
.IKANNKI*-JD BEOEL
Addreaa and realdence unknown
You are Juymhy juilifkd that a Bill
Of complaint for Divorce haa la-en fil-
ed againat you, and you are required
Pleading -tiling rfll TTf''i^iat!liWiV oft
the plaintlffa Attorney, HENRY M.
CAIN, and file the original Answer or
Pleading lit 4btioffl< >' tha Clerk of
the Cln-uH-4iEaYVnn or before th.- isth
day of July, lM. if you fall to do o.
Judgment by default will he taken
against v>n>-fon the relief demanded
in the Hill or Complaint.
Thla notice ahall I* published once
each week for four conaecutlve "oakl
In THE JEW1SI KlailtlDIAN. -1
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Klorida. thla 16th day of June. AD
IT B. LEATHfiRMAN,'
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. KlQrIdn
By w.M. W stockinc.
(Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Atli may for Plaintiff
151S Weal Mauler St., Miami. l"la.
. T/z-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN ih.it
rlie uaderelg-ned, dealring t. engage In
business under the flctltlouajiame >(
tt'STOM CLEANERS s I.YVMHIY.
.l.i:, N \V. lTUi Av.. Itlagnl, Intenda
to reglater said name wllh Ihi- Clerk
iY th.- Circuit Com t of Dade County,
Honda
JOSEPH GOLDEN, Bole Owner
y25 7,2-9-16

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170OS5
HELENA UBl'ZZO, Plaintiff,
\ a,
PHILIP l.lsr/./ii. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PHILIP LtSPZZO .. ,
Realilenee and Addreaa Unknown
PHILflP lisi V./.H
90 Taylor St reel
R. heater. New York
You are hereby notified that I mil
Of Complaint for Divorce has Meen
filed againat you. and you are
ed to aerve a ooaj of your Answer oi-
l-leading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M.
CAIN. 2ill Went Klagler St.. Miami.
Florida.- and file the original Anawer
or Pleading In the office of the Llerg
of the circuit Court on or before tha
Uth day of July. 19.4. If you fall to
do no. Judgment by default will be
taken againat you for th.- relief de-
manded in the Hill <>f Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Horlda. thla 16th day Of June, A.D.
'""' i: B. LEATIIER.MAN.
iTlerk, cii.uli c.ioYf.
Dade County. Horlda.
By WM. W. STlH'KIN.i.
'Circuit Pourt Seal) Deputy tleiK
HENRY M CAIN
Attorne) for Plaintiff
;.-,!* W.at Haak-r St.,
6/lx-W 7/I-
Miami, Ha.
NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOO*
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe underalgned. dealring to engage In
l.uaineaa under Ihe fl.t.tioua name of
SACNDER'S CROCERY. at MJ W.
Hagler HI Intenda to reglater aaln
name with the Clerk of Ihe Cmml
Court of lade County, P"'>rtdB- H
HOWARD A. BAUNDER8 .
KKNSLEH OARS
Attorney
/U-M
-f-Tttr
St.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned dealring to engage In
bualneaa undei Ih.- ficlltloui name of
DOl'GLAh BAR, DOUGLAS SI N-
IIRIICS, uj ., Road I
. regiatei Held name
with the Clark ..: the Circuit Court
of Dade Count]. i I. i
SEAL DOYLE
HENRY M CAIN
Attorne) for Applicant
251a W li.it.1. i SI Miami
7 J-'.i. I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage lg
bualneaa under the lictiiious name of
A. A H. CANDY CO i Not Inc.), at
Dade Counts. Pla., Intenda to reglater
said name with the Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Caunty, Florida.
. ALBERT T. HA 1.1 N
7/2-9-16-2J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 170657
EHTKI.I.A HKNNARD. Plaintiff
vs.
JOB C DBNNARD, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOE C HENNAItD.
Residence I'nknown
Yon are hereby notified that .. Bill
of complaint for dtooroa haa bean
filed againat you. and you are requir-
ed to aerve a copy of tour Answer ,,i
Pleading lo the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff'.- Attorney, BEN ESSEN,
'.M Seil.oiil Hullding. Miami. Klorida.
and file the original Anawei or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
CffCUit Court on or liefore the 2nd
day of August. INI
DONE AND uRDKKKD al Miami.
Klorida, this 2T>th da) of June, IW4,
e B. li:athkr.man,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
i i.i.i, i 'otintv. liei Ida.
B) M C GREEN,
(Cln-iiit Cntirt Seal) IH-puty clerk
BEN ESSEN
tl Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
7/2-9-16-2J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned. dealring to engage In
buaiaeaa undei the fictitious names of
PARR TOt'HS and KARK TOCI1S ;
TRAVEL SERVICE, at 2J16 Collins
Ave Miami Reach. Ha and Kti:;- Col-
Una Ave Miami I teach. Kla., intend
to reglater Mia name with the Clerk
of tlr Circuit Court of Dade County,
Horlda.
MERILIC cnRI'ORATIO.N. Ownera
MII.TDN A FRIKDMAN
Attame) for Applicant
s.o...1.1 Hhtg.
7.J-S-16-3J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under Ih, fi.-lltioua name of
DRVIETO CREATIONS, at 11 N W.
7th Street. Miami. Fla Intend I.....g-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court Of Dade 'oiinty. Klorlda.
REN VTii |.E\ I
I'BERTi i dtviETo
MYERS. II KIM AN A K VI'I.AN
Attorney! for Appllcanta
Sell-.1.1 Hldg
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26137
Hi: ESTATE ol
OERSHON AI'dl'ST. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE I- hereby given that we
have filed our final repoi t and petition
for Final Discharge as Co-eXecutora
of the estate of GBRRHON AUOCST,
,1. and that on the 26 day of
July. is-.4. win apply to ih<- Honorable
w P BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County. Horlda. for approval
Of -aid final report and for final dls-
riiarge aa Co-esaoutoca of the BaCate
Of OERSHON AI'IISI'. deceased.
Thia 22nd day of June. IH.'H.
a/ HARRY A COURT
i.i his AUOCST
M \\" It SILVER and
ARTHUR .1 \l rai'ST
Attorneys for Co-executore
Beybold Hull.ling. Ml.....I II, Florida
7 _' '.I -16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring lo engage In
buameea under ihe fictitious name of
Hist STREET UQI'ORB, at 6050 Bia-
i iouk vard lat< nai to register
wild name with the cl.rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Hoilda.
A. S CO.. INC
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney for Applicant
1/!-t-16-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thJtl
the underalgned, dealring t. engage In
bualneaa under th.* flctltloui name of
HARDINO COLONIAL \l"i'S ,n 8017
Hardfhg v-..-. Inland to rei.-i-.ter said
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Coui t of l ide i 'ounl i
MORRIS POSTER
SYI.\ I \ Pi I8TER
I Ol I.. I
THEl >DORE i: nki .-. iN
AMornei for Appll. .i

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 170344
THOMAS UATTii, Plaintiff,
\ s. *
ALICE GATTI', Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ALICE (lA'I'Ti i
:t7K 7th Street
Jaekaon Heights. New Y'ork
TOU ARE IIKItKHY NOTfPIKD
that Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you and you are
h.-i el.> let-nil.-.! to aerve a copy of
i,mi Anawer to ihe Hill of Complaint
on --plaintiff-, attorney, harold
ROSEN. 60S Llni-oln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file ih.- origin.I
Anawar on th.- offh.....f the clerk or
the Circuit Court, Dade County, Phi -
Ida. on or before the Sth da) -' July,
. .i. otherwlaa said Hill ..r complaint
will he taken as onfc-s.-.l b) you.
i IATED ibis -'iiii dai of June, I i
1-; I! i.i:a I MERMAN.
clerk of Circuit Court
B) : R II RICE, JR.
Deput) Clerk
T 2-S-16-23___________^______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th I
th,- underalgned, dealring to engage m
bualneaa under the flctltloua name ,-f
\MM't.l.A FURNITURE MANI -
KACTURlNU cii in.,t incorporated),
. N W nth A .euue, Miami, l-'i
Intend! to reglater said name
tii- Clerk of th.- circuit Court of l1
i'ount\. l-'i..i Mia
SANPORD E EMERMAN, Sol- Owl
GOLDMAN \- GOLDSTEIN
u om I loulevai d, Miami. Pla.
a t toi n.\ f,,r Regial i ant

notice under fictitious
Name law
\i ITICE I I1KRI !BY GIVEN thnl
tbi dnderalgflpd, dealring to engage in
buaCneafl tlndar the fletltloue name of
VVACKS SPRINKLER SYSTEMK, at
Hal, MiHl MSrd St NnrHT Miami I
Intenda to i-k.-i.' aald name with the
I ,. I, Ol III- II. nil I 'olll t of I Lull-
Couav, iVrula.
: ini'moE J. wacks,
le Owner
m.i*t*4ER
Attorn.-t foi Vpplicant
.;. Lincoln 1M.
7 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RELIABLE EMIM.iiYMENT SERV-
ICE, at inn Drexel Avenue, Miami
Hem-h. Florida. Intenda to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Hoilda
, RELIABLE SKRVICKS, INC.,
a Florida corporation
By: HARRY llol.TZMAN.
President
JtliHARD MCRol-P
Attorney! for Corporation
; _'.-, 7 '2-^-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, dealring to engage in
liuslness un.R-r ihe flctltloua nan ol
camera CORNER, a* i"- n I- Bnd
Avenue, Intend to reglater aald name
With the Clerk of Ihe circuit Court of
Dade County. Hoilda.
MAI KICK GRUB MR
ARTHUR H III 'N'l'INOTi iN
Ki:SST.KIt *. tl ML-
Attorhe) foi Appllcanta
1781 W. Plaglei m.
I u- t :-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th. underalgned, dealring to engage In
bualneaa undi i the fl< tltlou name of
\l in TRANSPORT SERVICE. %al
I44H Drexel Avenue. Miami I
1 lorida, Intenda to register aald name
with th.- Clark of th.- Circuit Court of
Dade Oouriu. H.....hi ,
RELIABLE SERVICES. I.Ni
a Klorida corporation
B) HARRY llnl.l'/.MAN
President
RICHARD A Ml ROEE
A
i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DD =
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170375
MARY I RANCEH NEBINUER,
Put ;
GEORGE RAOER SEBOJOBR,
Defen
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T.....: !: :i: I: tOER NEBLNGER
l. i| Jll
R. D. :'. Carliale, I', nno) Ivania
You are hereb) notified that U
,.f Complaint foi Dlvon haa ban
ed agakaal )ou, '"ii Iou are ieq
| A I,--A -I
Pli adlng t-. the BIH of 'ornplalnt on
Hi.- piaiiiitffs Attorney, edward k.
RESNICK, -''. Lincoln Road. Mm
Reach, Klorlda, and file the original
tnawer oi Pleading In the office f
th. Clark "f the cii. uii com t on _"'
before the lad da) of Auguat, 11*4
If you fail 10 do so. Judgment b) de-
fault will he taken against v ou tor
Ihe relief demanded in the Bill .-f
Complaint.
lids notice ihau be published or*
each w.ek for 'our conaecutlve weeas
in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
IXiNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia 2!>th day of June. A D,
E. It. LEA .HERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
lade County, Horlda
H\ WM W STOCKING
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Ctp k
7 .'-s-16-.'.t
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I JULY 9. 1954 ••Jew 1st Flcrfdllar) PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICB t E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HKRKBY OIVEN thnl _-iK II--.I. lrll1K I" engage In liiii'l't Hi.' fi.tltloim name of I HKSTAIRAN'T, Ht 1 B.W. It. Miami. Horlda, Intend* lo Kunl name with the Clark of ,11 Court of Dade County. .I.\\II:S I'.MI. SII.VBR ;--!* 1 |i %  MCE BV PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY. No. 1706*1 (IKI> A RARNKS Ml' DAVID lUlntlff. IIAKDSON Ml" DAVID. Defenditnt. IjUIT FOR DIVORCE RICHARDSON MC DAVID [i: ,ui sn Ml Y..rk City. NY. hereby notified that a Hill klaint for Divorce haa been ||n*t you. and you are requirre .i oopy "t fOUT Anawel c.i In Urn Hill of Complaint on Imifi-. Attorney, CHARLES Tiers .in Pom HutMing, Miami, Inn.I file II rigltiHl Aflxwrr |iut lii tinoffice of the Clerk rrull Court on or In-fore till ..! A IIK n-1. IM4). If >ou fail Juduin.nl by default will l J.IIIIKI you for the relief de[in Hi. Mill of Complaint. sh.ill lie pulillehed once % k lor foill i oiiwiutlve nreekl '.IKWISH M.tlRIDIAN. \NH ORDERED at Miami. tin. InJ day of July. A 11 i: I! I.I'.ATHKRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underlined. dt I to pn 'Hi an} lid ilrio. nd> which > nu, "i -i^ia -.;.•' have egalnel tha k, iVKo'-KSiNM: KKI.SKY. [ ii i 'ountl Ni-iv 1 ', i... Honormbla Couno ^ county, and flla iiil*(Wetf nfflrei. in Ih, Count) w— ,M i ..oi. Count) leflflar montha from *i-i publication here* oi demand! IO eon* %  Te^i Ol J*e claimant Ii. end prc-ni'.t ,. jVmll he l.ujjrH. Ili-A D. w.fv i: KELHBT, \ ,i. IUII \ Kn-i ulrix of the I .., • \\ ill .. ii.l Testament ol lAMKS CK8ANNE KKI.SKY. I 1,-1 .I>f Executrix NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the unit, i -KlKiied, di-idiing t,, engagi In bUMiiieaN under the fictitioiiH name of BUBTER s BAR, .u :.::: w. Flagler St., intenda to regiMer xald name with Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Klorlda. Ci.lFMilili K NELJJX iN KEH8LER A.HAItS Attornaya for Applicant 17X2 \V. Hauler St. 6 It-U — 7/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170500 WII.I.IAM T. UREEN, Plaintiff, \ i IMiA UREEN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: INIIA QREEN 1101 Walnut Street. LEGAL NOTICE I'lilkwlelaln.i, I'. niiaylMinlj i under the Certificate laaued was In tinname of lrana0r. padc County. Borltla v <• BTKRRETT, (Circuit Court Seal! DepuD f, It-XS 7,J-^-16 JUNTY JUDQE' COURT )E COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30671B i: FTTE. I>eceaied OF INTENTION TO MAKE PLICATION FOR FINAL OIBCHAROE -. hereb) given that I have I filial i-ep-.rt and petition for ., Anclllarv Kxc, u, l ,-. ,.i KCOENB PINE, and that on the 10th day of [r-.l. will apply to the HonorInn Jmlfea of Dade County, [ ipproval of auld final reft, r final illscharge aa An1 itrix ,.f the dilate of | -1. M • .,-.,',1 i.i da) % %  < July. 1954. I KAN UNI: \ CltlKHM AN • t \n, .ii,n y Executrix fee UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l'i: IS HEREBY CIVKN that %  rlgned, deatrln/J to engage In t under th* flctltloua name of Ii: AMI'SKMKXT CO., al il %  0 Miami, intend to regla%  name with the Clerk of the i.f 11 id.County Kl"i Ida I'lSKI'll KOOaNOVBKY BERNARD KIMJANOVSKY K M l'.l'.ic,i:i. foi Applicant* ..Kiel St. Ml PCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,"i: is HEREBY OIVEN that Irolgned. ileHltiiiB to engage In I under the flctltloua name of Is JCVENH.E Kl'RNITIKK I Y*Hhliigton Ave Miami |i.t, i,,1s to rwg|iter nald name %  'I. rk of Hi.i iicult Court of luniy, Klorlda K1.SA Si iltlN,-Owner [ SHAPIRO t'lHKD l tor Applicant nin i:,i I-:: i |CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fi: IS IIKItKHY CIV EN thai |ra|gned, dealring to engage In under Ihe flctltloua name of I'ltiHH ("IK.NS. al 45^ Kaat [i'liv, Miami Beach, Horlda. > i. Klstei aald name with the Ihe circuit Court of Dade p-lnrlda I MID J STKItN. Sole Owner I ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1 NAME LAW P IH IIKItKHY fHVBN that Ir-lgn, ,|. ,1, Hirinc io engage In I under Ihe fl< ntloua name of IDS. (| I II. Klagler Street. (Florida, uitenda to reglater he with the Clerk of the ClrIrt ,,i Hade County. Klorlda. VIMCAYNE TltADINfl CORP J rAMANOKK, E8U. f -r PettUoner r Diwaie lui H.-i.ii. riled vRalnfil >ou. and von ,.i .• i equlred In erve %  copy of your Anawar or Pleading %  • the Hill of Complaint on the plaintlffa Attorney, SANKOIIH M SVVKKDUN. Attorney at Law, suit,,IT. Beybold HuUdlng, Miami, Hade County, Florida, and file the oi Igtnal AnSWei or Pleading in Ihe office of the Clark Of the Circuit Court on or before Una 2nd day of AuguM. IH4, If M.U tall lo do BO, judgment b) default will lie taken againat you foi Ihe t.-lief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. Thla notice ahall Inpubllabad ..nee each week fmfour conaecutlve areeka In THE JEWISH 1-M iRII H AN DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami, Klorlda. thla 3uth day of June, AD. Itif E B. LBATH3CRMAN, ci.rk. I'm nil Court, Dade County, Klorlda. IllWM. W. STIII'KIN'i (Circuit CouH Seall Deput) Clerk BANFORD M BWBRDL.IN Attorney for Dlalnt Iff :.47 Beybold Building, .Miami. Florida 7/2-9-18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the unoeralgjned, dealring to ansnga In InialneHH under the ficlltloui name ..( Inns MAR, Ht 71 N.W 12nd Street, Miami, Dade County, l-la intend to reglater aald name with the clerk of the Circuit COUrt "f llaile C.iliin, Florida. TED I'AWI.AK MARJORIR M I'AWI.AK HENRY M. CAIN Attorne) i"i tpplleanl IS18 \V Flaglei s. Miami. I IN COUNTV JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 2*055 RE: ESTATE OP SIDNEY KEIH-ER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given thai i have filed mi final report and petition for Final Ins. hai-ge aa administrator c.t.a u; K. l|DANir' tha Clerk of the Cln-uH-4iEaYVnn or before th.isth day of July, lM. if you fall to do o. Judgment by default will he taken against v>n>-fon the relief demanded in the Hill or Complaint. Thla notice ahall I* published once each week for four conaecutlve "oakl In THE JEW1SI KlailtlDIAN. 1 DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Klorida. thla 16th day of June. AD IT B. LEATHfiRMAN,' Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. KlQrIdn By w.M. W STOCKINC. (Circuit Court Seall Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Atli may for Plaintiff 151S Weal Mauler St., Miami. l"la. — T/z-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW —NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN ih.it rlie uaderelg-ned, dealring t. engage In business under the flctltlouajiame >( t t'STOM CLEANERS s I.YVMHIY. .l.i:, N \V. lTUi Av.. Itlagnl, Intenda to reglater said name wllh IhiClerk iY th.Circuit Com t of Dade County, Honda JOSEPH GOLDEN, Bole Owner y25 — 7,2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170OS5 HELENA UBl'ZZO, Plaintiff, \ a, PHILIP l.lsr/./ii. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PHILIP LtSPZZO .. Realilenee and Addreaa Unknown PHILflP LISI V./.H 90 Taylor St reel R. heater. New York You are hereby notified that I mil Of Complaint for Divorce has Meen filed againat you. and you are ed to aerve a ooaj of your Answer oil-leading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN. 2ill Went Klagler St.. Miami. Florida.and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Llerg of the circuit Court on or before tha Uth day of July. 19.4. If you fall to do NO. Judgment by default will be taken againat you for th.relief demanded in the Hill <>f Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Horlda. thla 16th day Of June, A.D. '""' i: B. LEATIIER.MAN. iTlerk, cii.uli c.ioYf. Dade County. Horlda. By WM. W. STlH'KIN.i. 'Circuit Pourt Seal) Deputy tleiK HENRY M CAIN Attorne) for Plaintiff ;.-,!* W.at Haak-r St., 6/lx-W — 7/I- Miami, Ha. NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOO* NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe underalgned. dealring to engage In l.uaineaa under Ihe fl.t.tioua name of SACNDER'S CROCERY. at MJ W. Hagler HI Intenda to reglater aaln name with the Clerk of Ihe Cmml Court of lade County, P"'>rtdBH HOWARD A. BAUNDER8 KKNSLEH OARS Attorney /U-M -f-Tttr St. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned dealring to engage In bualneaa undei Ih.ficlltloui name of DOl'GLAh BAR, DOUGLAS SI NIIRIICS, %  • uj ., Road I • %  regiatei Held name with the Clark ..: the Circuit Court of Dade Count]. i I. i SEAL DOYLE HENRY M CAIN Attorne) for Applicant 251a W li.it.1. i SI Miami 7 J-'.i. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage lg bualneaa under the lictiiious name of A. A H. CANDY CO i Not Inc.), at Dade Counts. Pla., Intenda to reglater said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade Caunty, Florida. ALBERT T. HA 1.1 N 7/2-9-16-2J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 170657 EHTKI.I.A HKNNARD. Plaintiff vs. JOB C DBNNARD, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOE C HENNAItD. Residence I'nknown Yon are hereby notified that .. Bill of complaint for dtooroa haa bean filed againat you. and you are required to aerve a copy of tour Answer ,,i Pleading lo the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff'.Attorney, BEN ESSEN, '.M Seil.oiil Hullding. Miami. Klorida. and file the original Anawei or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the CffCUit Court on or liefore the 2nd day of August. INI DONE AND uRDKKKD al Miami. Klorida, this 2T>th da) of June, IW4, E B. LI:ATHKR.MAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, i i.i.i, i 'otintv liei Ida. B) M C GREEN, (Cln-iiit Cntirt Seal) IH-puty clerk BEN ESSEN tl Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida 7/2-9-16-2J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgned. dealring to engage In buaiaeaa undei the fictitious names of PARR TOt'HS and KARK TOCI1S ; TRAVEL SERVICE, at 2J16 Collins Ave Miami Reach. Ha and Kti:;ColUna Ave Miami I teach. Kla., intend to reglater Mia name with the Clerk of tlr Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda. MERILIC cnRI'ORATIO.N. Ownera MII.TDN A FRIKDMAN Attame) for Applicant s.o...1.1 Hhtg. 7.J-S-16-3J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa under Ih, fi. -lltioua name of DRVIETO CREATIONS, at 11 N W. 7th Street. Miami. Fla Intend I glater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade 'oiinty. Klorlda. REN VTii |.E\ I I'BERTi i %  dtviETo MYERS. II KIM AN A K VI'I.AN Attorney! for Appllcanta Sell-.1.1 Hldg IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 26137 Hi: ESTATE ol OERSHON AI'dl'ST. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ihereby given that we have filed our final repoi t and petition for Final Discharge as Co-eXecutora of the estate of GBRRHON AUOCST, ,1. and that on the 26 day of July. is-.4. win apply to ihDORE i: NKI .-. iN AMornei for Appll. .i %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 170344 THOMAS UATTii, Plaintiff, \ s. ALICE GATTI', Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ALICE (lA'I'Ti i :t7K 7th Street Jaekaon Heights. New Y'ork TOU ARE IIKItKHY NOTfPIKD that Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are h.-i el.> let-nil.-.! to aerve a copy of i,mi Anawer to ihe Hill of Complaint on --plaintiff-, attorney, HAROLD ROSEN. 60S Llni-oln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file ih.origin.I Anawar on th.offh f the clerk or the Circuit Court, Dade County, Phi Ida. on or before the Sth da) •-' July, %  .i. otherwlaa said Hill ..r complaint will he taken as onfc-s.-.l b) you. i IATED ibis -'iiii dai of June, I i 1-; I! I.I:A I MERMAN. clerk of Circuit Court B) : R II RICE, JR. Deput) Clerk T 2-S-16-23 _^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th I th,underalgned, dealring to engage m bualneaa under the flctltloua name ,-f \MM't.l.A FURNITURE MANI KACTURlNU cii in.,t incorporated), N W nth A .euue, Miami, l-'i Intend! to reglater said name %  tiiClerk of th.circuit Court of l 1 i 'ount\ l-'i..i Mia SANPORD E EMERMAN, SolOwl GOLDMAN \GOLDSTEIN u om I loulevai d, Miami. Pla. A t toi n.\ f,,r Regial i ant %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \I ITICE I %  I1KRI !BY GIVEN thnl tbi dnderalgflpd, dealring to engage in buaCneafl tlndar the fletltloue name of VVACKS SPRINKLER SYSTEMK, at Hal, MiHl MSrd St NnrHT Miami I Intenda to I-K.-I.' aald name with the I ,. I, Ol III' II. nil I 'olll t of I LullCouav, iVrula. • : ini'moE J. WACKS, le Owner m.i*t*4ER Attorn.-t foi Vpplicant .;. Lincoln 1M. 7 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN' that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RELIABLE EMIM.iiYMENT SERVICE, at inn Drexel Avenue, Miami Hem-h. Florida. Intenda to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoilda RELIABLE SKRVICKS, INC., a Florida corporation By: HARRY llol.TZMAN. President JtliHARD MCRol-P Attorney! for Corporation •; •_'.-, — 7 '2-^-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgned, dealring to engage in liuslness un.R-r ihe flctltloua nan • ol CAMERA CORNER, a* i"N IBnd Avenue, Intend to reglater aald name With the Clerk of Ihe circuit Court of Dade County. Hoilda. MAI KICK GRUB MR ARTHUR H III 'N'l'INOTi iN Ki:SST.KIt *.• tl MLAttorhe) %  foi Appllcanta 1781 W. Plaglei M. I u- — T :%  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th. underalgned, dealring to engage In bualneaa undi i the fl< tltlou name of \l in TRANSPORT SERVICE. % al I44H Drexel Avenue. Miami I 1 lorida, Intenda to register aald name with th.Clark of th.Circuit Court of Dade Oouriu. H hi RELIABLE SERVICES. I.Ni a Klorida corporation B) HARRY llnl.l'/.MAN President RICHARD A Ml ROEE A i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DD = COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170375 MARY I RANCEH NEBINUER, Put ; GEORGE RAOER SEBOJOBR, Defen SUIT FOR DIVORCE T : %  •!: :i: I: tOER NEBLNGER l. • • i| Jll R. D. :'. Carliale, I', nno) Ivania You are hereb) notified that .• U ,.f Complaint foi Dlvon •• haa ban ed agakaal )ou, '"ii Iou are ieq | A I,--A -I Pli adlng t-. the BIH of %  'ornplalnt on Hi.piaiiiitffs Attorney, EDWARD K. RESNICK, -'•'. Lincoln Road. MM Reach, Klorlda, and file the original tnawer oi Pleading In the office f th. Clark "f the cii. uii com t on _"' before the lad da) of Auguat, 11*4 If you fail 10 do so. Judgment b) default will he taken against v ou tor Ihe relief demanded in the Bill .-f Complaint. lids notice ihau be published or* each w.ek for 'our conaecutlve weeas in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN. IXiNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia 2!>th day of June. A D, E. It. LEA .HERMAN. Clerk. 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-jewistincrMfl PAGE 6 B EsH^nors Former Nazi Aide By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON The U S. Governument. which awarded the; Legion ol Merit to 344 American ( Jewish soldien during World War, II more recently gave the same, medal to an Arab general who, foajW on the Nazi side and later participated in aggression against Israel in contempt of the I nited Nations He i> Maj Gen. Mohammed Ra\Xti Chiel of the Iraqi Army General Stall The Legion of Merit Degree ol Commander' was pin-' ned on bia chest last month at the Pentagon by Gen Matthew B Ridgway, U S Army Chiel ol SUM. rhe gesture mi approved bj the White House It was linked b> the siate Department with the defense ol the vital resources of the free world."' Gen Aril was cited by the IS Army in connection with the decoration He was honored because His outstanding leadership. sound Judgment and exceptional energy in the performance ol his duties with the Iraqi Annj relied nd tno military service \o Israeli soldier has been decocited by the U S Army Gen Yigdal Yadin. Chiel ol Stall > i the Israel Arm) from IMS to Shabandar was a guest of honor at the region and cer, :; n> s= departed from diplomatic enqueue on other occasions by denouncing American Jewry and queatientol of American the loyalty ish faith. The occasion Gen. Arif was United State Americans of Jewalthough the Iraqi admitted it democracy Government openly wants 1/.S. arms to kill Jews rather th an any potential SoMetinvad-r. Prime Minisl r one of the most violent of renewed warfare was Jamali who General Matthew lidjway dees henors for the award to hiarrival in the I as a guest ol Government to visit Utions. He la here arrangements to receive i nit ions granted Iraq h Department Israel Mnnlar arms aid. The Israeli pucaUPP has been 1962. Iraq did more than any Arab nation to aid persecute its Introduce the Army in-tal to complete e milthe Slate applied for -ince iher Nan-, to Jewish inhabitants, to anti-Jewish propagand n the United States, and an armistice with Israel was -elected by Secrct.,i> Dulles a> the first Arab Leaf I member to receive free I j Arif. who joined the the Allies seemed on Iraq. %  Jamali is exponent against Israel. << dispatched Gen. Arif ton The same Jamali son and should Inhanged destruction to Washingsaid that of Israel will be The nchiev FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954 ed only by a strengthening of the Arab stales ." A British Intelligence report re? vealed pro-Nazism in Iraq. It said: •In 1937, Dr. r'adhil al Jamali. at that time Director General of Edu cation, visited Germany, where he was accorded an official welcome and lavishly entertained. On hw return. Dr. Jamali (sent) an Iraqi delegation to tfaejliit'emherg rally of 1938 ... the Ministry of Education wtrflted actively on be^ half of the Germans. tn avoid Yet It of State Gen Nazis when the brink ol ISSt, \ isited Washington at the same time as the Iraqi general Gen Arif fought against the Allies in 1941 when the Iraqi Arm) un der All el Gailani staged a pro-Nazi .... ....... __ fc ^ revolt On that occasion Gen \adin'< dispatched Eiagannah men to join the Allied cause There was I medal for Gen. Arif The P son wasn't Interested in Gen Yadin Iraqi Ambassador Moussa Al Rabbi Lehrman Announces Research on History of Jews in Florida to be Made %  ol Tern ni Beach, has eh "i". the .• : "... now er the authe Antei lewish : -• %  ."• %  .. :•. The' • %  (hi purpi -. I pul ishi tl nistorj ol .'• I v• %  %  -.'.1 collect and Jewish press references. Jewish compuii %  • %  %  < Jewish communitj contained M public n I town and :T\ archives rhe histor} of tin Milwaukee. V'lneland. NJ. and Southern ..r< being studied simulDr .' seph Banna port stafl con[or the Aa r\ Center w ill bl with Rabbi Learsnaa or. the Ct and Pro! \. v -. Columbia I niei d Pro-. ter wUI edit the :".i search %  • \— ncai In %  .. -:, d at tl '. -• %  analysis ic Centers on the to makes thiArab League officer to be decorated with a t'.S. medal Early in 1948. before the British withdrawal from Palestine, "volunteer" Iraqi forceInvaded the mandated territory Gen Arif took part in this and subsequent aggressive actions against Palestinian Jewry and the nation ol lsra< I He hitroopwere deleated bj .lew i.-h courage M ith the sohtan 0 Iraq, all Arab League Mate-nee agreementThen Iraq is still in an war with Israel Iraq 1a Ml niter of the an-. I ycotl settle. ment. In 1949 and 1950 the Iraqi joined in pogr l( IraqJews Recent Congressional Jed that Henr> A Byi had considerable criticism to direct against Israel But he praised the '> ;" of Iraq. Byroade, as As-.--ant Secretary oi rNear Eastern Affair-, knows Iraq's true record. Hundreds of Jewstill in Iraqi concentration campAbout 125.000 Iraq Jewescaped into Is-mee 1949 Th Department views Iraq as a "bastion of V* &**/*/<•#: l^AM.DCOtr* V CMt.Sf..^ rials in rn>th areas re approach nal level dble Studies I J wish %  directed to the histor) of the unity, awell as to ref erenci s to lot '• %  %  affairs cor. ational periodicals. spapers and "he for Jewish press Much ol thi* r.iy in national libraries and archives I he Rabbi "Th -.elude re eh ir. recordbearing or. the community located in the head quarter offices of national Ji .iblished legislative and v arui r nee** %  ,t. Y* %  • JWV Auxiliary Entertains I the completl n Mormaa Bruce Brown Auxiliary will be housed in the state library \( 174. Jewish War Veterans, will General Repair on Electric and ill Make Truck* and Acetylene Welding Can COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrr.-ka Rebuilt — Body Repalre and Palnllna (.-.„,.. 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JAY, JULY 9, 1954 SlmislirhrkHatn PAGE 3 A ionists Hit Arab Propaganda By BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Telegraphic Agency loNIST AFFAIRS: The Ameri[Zionist Committee for Public Ijrs, -which is watching the ption in Washington with reto Israel, and is attempting to tcract pro-Arab propaganda is finding it difficult to funds to cover its budget. This is because contributions he committee are not tax ex and also because many peodon't know about the work ol committee The committee established a few months ago, fr Louis Lipsky's chairman after long and careful deliblons by leaders of all Zionist |ps extending over a period of nonths. (he political offshoot of the Irican Zionist Council, but has tse its funds independently as parate agency carrying on loband propaganda activities irted by non-tax-exempt funds [hii> in compliance with the inii regulations that when a mi or committee is established nhbying and propaganda, it register with the Congress I it may not use tax-exempt to meet its cost of opera. Such procedure is also red by the Quakers, the labor aizations and many other American Zionist Commitannot apply to Jewish welfare rations or the national Jewf r-,,nizations, and cannot even for a subvention from the rican Zionist Fund because [are all tax-exempt ... It must lor contributions from individ|who may not, in turn, deduct contributions from income The initial response to the in ice's appeal has not proadequate funds, and leaders of the Zionist movement in various communities throughout the country are now urged to spur greater financial support of the committee in order to make its work effective. They are told, that this is a crucial year in Washington for Israel and that important decisions are in the making. Their attention is being drawn to the fact that it may later be difficult to challenge and revise the trends in Washington which are unfavorable to Israel, should they harden into fixed policies. 'Time of the Cuckoo' Opens at Biltmore; Miss Luce, Luther Adler Vital, Exciting The thoughtful comedy, "Time American woman, Leona Samish, of the Cuckoo," all about an American woman who is introduced to new levels of morality with regard to love, opened at the Biltmore Theater on Tuesday evening. Producer director Sam Hirsch brings to the Miami theater-going audience another provocative dramatic vehicle. His choices thusfar during the summer season seem to have been admirable. Starring in the play are Miss Claire Luce and Luther Adler, both renowned on stages in Europe and America. In addition. Mr. Adler's roles in motion pictures have brought him thoughtful praise from critics. "Time of the Cuckoo' posits the problem of accepting with full grace the value of a fleeting relationship, thus going against accepted standards of morality, or of rejecting them in favor of a sort of loneliness that breeds destructive virtue. Mr. Adler projects his part exceedingly well, portraying the role of the romantic Italian, Renato ZiRossi, whose mores brook no divorce and whose spirit seeks communion with the impulsive instant. There is little to say about his dramatic achievement that would not be filled with praise. Mr. Adler consumes the world of a stage with the suggestive move of an eyebrow or with the vague sweep of a delicate hand. Miss Luce's portrayal of the on vacation and in search of romantic love confused by images of marriage, is also praiseworthy and exciting — although at odd moments perhaps less even than Mr. Adler's. Together, these two stars fascinated the Tuesday night opening audience, so that four curtain calls were deservedly in order. Others turning in fine jobs in subsidiary roles are Boris Pritcher as Eddie Yaeger, the American artist who succeeds instantly as a painter and then finds it difficult to compete with his achievement, and Maybelle Jala.vs as Mrs. Mcllhenny, the typical dramatist's view of a bourgeois tourist who is really the sounding board of a typical dramatist's classical hatreds. Mr. Pritcher performs easily in a sub-plot which has apparently little relation to the comedy at large and which therefore requires noteworthy talent to maintain it as an integrated function of the production. Rounding out the cast are Florrie Loeb as Signora Fioria; Hilda Brauner, June Yaeger; Pat Ackerman, Giovanna; Mr. Mcllhenny, Eric Applewhite: Bruce, Pearlman, Mauro; and Ivan Kivitt, Vito. "Time of the Cuckoo" plays through July 18, with matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Signe Hasso, motion picture star, will open in "Candlelight" July 20.— L.M. Community National Bank STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30, 1954 LU RESOURCES ash and due from Banks $1,907,853.79 [H Deposits S. Gevernment obligations 1,108,725.68 Kjj Unearned income and LIABILITIES : *deral Reserve Bank stock — -oan and discounts : urniturt and fixtures other liabilities Accrued income and other assets Sinking site 19,500.00 MlMNJl H Cap "" ,und,: M..77.13 I 22.S31.71 100,000.00 $5,017,985.09 ||Q Surplus 150,000 Undivided Profits 102,102.71 $4,256,038.36 9,844.02 752,102.71 $5,017,915.09 DIRECTORS F. Lowry Wall — Chairman ol the Board Fred R. Baisden August Gelger Dan B. Ruskin Catchings Thawed Carl W. Blackburn Robert C Graham Walter E. SchoH Bern Turchln C L Clement* — Dr. lurt Pelser Harold A. Stein Stanley F. Whitman C L Clement*. Jr. Robert A. Peterson George B. 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rfllDAY, JULY 9, 1954 PAGE 3 B GLOBAL SHORTS Ethiopia Will Grant De Jure Recognition; Develops Trade JERUSALEM (JTA) — Ethiopia will shortly grant Israel de jure recognition and will establish diplomatic relations with the Jewish State, it was learned here. It is understood that the move is. being made over the strenuous objections of the Arab states. Ethiopia and Israel have developed a lively trade in recent years, and the Ethiopian Government owns considerable real property in the new city of Jerusalem. Ribicoff Named by Democrats For Connecticut Governorship HARTFORD (JTA) — Former Rep. Abraham A. Ribicoff was named by the State Democratic convention here as its candidate lor Governor of Connecticut .in the coming elections. Rep. Ribicoff, v. ho was nominated by acclamation, urill oppose Gov. John Lodge, whom the Republicans are renominating. Rep. Ribicoff was elected to two lernu in Congress in 1948 and 1950. In 1952, he was defeated in dose race for Senator, although he led his ticket by some 100,000 rotes. Communities in Bavaria to Send Archives to Israel NUREMBERG (JTA) — Jewish communal records and archives no longer needed for current operations will be given to the Jewish National Archives in Jerusalem, it was decided at the annual conference of the Bavarian State Association of Jewish Communities. The decision follows an appeal by Dr. Alex Bein, deputy director of the Zionist Central Archives, who reminded the delegates that they could best perpetuate the memory of Bavarian Jewry by making the documents available to future Jewish historians in Israel. Kimball to Study Medicine at U of M of Interfratcmity Council, Christian Association Council, varsity tennis team and a member of Eta Sigma Psi, honorary leadership society. He will resume his studies in the fall at the University of Miami Medical School. San ford G. Kimball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball, 157 SE 12th st., recently completed his pre -medical studies at Emory University, Georgia, where he received the AB degree in biology. While at Emory, Kimball was vice president of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He was also a member Membership Party Membership party will be given by the B'nai B'rith Women of North Dade Chapter on Tuesday evening, July 13, at 8 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Joseph Morgan, president. 315 NW 110th st. Mrs. Charles Hinerser is membership chairman. 1,000 U.S. Zionists Settled (n Jewish State Since 194S f'HIIADELPHIA (JTA) — More than 1.000 members of the American Labor Zionist movement have immigrated to Israel since 1948 when the state was established, it was reported here at the 29th national convention of the Labor Zionist Organization of America. Another report noted that 1,000 members of the Habonim youth movement were presently attending Labor Zionist camps in this country and Canada. Jordan Valley Authority Progress Reported at Confab NEW YORK (JTA) — The Jordan Valley Authority project is now being successfully implemented by the Government of Israel within the limits of the Jewish State fully independent of other plans that may be projected, it was reported by Dr. Walter C. Lowdermilk, noted American soil expert, at a special session of the convention of the Zionist Organization of America devoted to the activities of the Jewish National Fund. Dead Sea Scrolls "m Bible Exhibit Net Shown Before HAIFA (AJP) — A portion of [the Dead Sea scrolls, discovered several years ago in the wilder iness of Judaea and never previously exhibited or even photo I'raphed, has become the center of attraction at a .Bible Exhibition i which opened in this city in con [junction with Israel's celebration of Bible Week. The scrolls had [been acquired for the Hebrew University by the late Professor E. 1 Sukenik. father of Yigael Yadin. Iwho is currently visiting the Unitled States in behalf of the UJA. |Berlin Protests Government's ^ward to Anti Semitic Actor BONN (JTA) — The Berlin Jew|'-h community and democratic organizations and leaders throughout I'iermany have protested to Bonn 3'resident Theodor Heuss for the Lwarding of a German medal to pVerner Krauss, 70-year-old GorI -.m actor who was notorious during the Nazi regime for his anti (Semitic portrayals of Jewish characters The Berlin community not|


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FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954 b *JmMnorMlr%n PAGE SB merican Notables ... Jonas Phillips: The Jew of 1788 By HARRY SIMONHOFF Harry Siminhoti't etlvmm, caatfifMf ina a larlai mtltM, Amtrkm Notmklts, h Befef vt/fclishtW y Til* Jewish florMan ht fmrl •! ffc* fercenfenarv ci/ciuarjan at Jawilft settlement fa l Urn'red States.-The IrfifarsJ nah Feibush, born in Rhenish Prussia three years later |hn Georgfl"Washington, managed somehow to reach Lonon. Unaware that his paternal surname was the ghetto legion of Phoebus Apollo, the Greek stm god of music Ind poetry, he cast off all Judeo German handicaps by fngiicizing into Jonas Phillips. Jonas no doubt worked hard to make a living in the knglish capital until meeting the ebullient Moses Lindo. I'll.loquacious, self-advertising promoter, expert of indigo |nd cochineal, evidently painted a glowing picture of the Limited opportunities in the lands beyond the western I In fact, Lindo himself was contemplating a change ro.Ti misty, fog-laden London to the cheerful, sunny atmosphere in South Carolina. But how could an impoverished litn obtain passage across 3000 miles of oean? Quite |i U Just sign a paper to serve Moses Lindo several in for the passage, for food and clothes. Thus like a gentleman of quality, Moses Lindo traveled \ %  a footman on board the Charming Nancy. Master and er. ..nt settled in Charleston, and Jonas worked faithfully. bdging from a letter written years later by Lindo that Iht said Jonas is trustworthy even to Gold untold." He saved a neat sum. For at the termination of the inquire, he was able to travel a long stretch and start busk> cm his own. One might question the necessity of goto fur away Albany, NY., an outpost of white civil izan, when Charleston with its balmy climate and substanJewish community offered as good if not better prosperMarrlafl* :-. Albany. Jonas opened a store, became a Master Mason lVlt lonely. After two years, he advertises his intenM) to leave and offers his "best Hyson green tea inpound canisters, wines, brandies, tea, raisins by the cask, Florence Oyl by the box, milk and butter, biscuits in the cask" in exchange for "Beavers and deer skins, small furs, etc." The following year he marries Rebecca, daughter of the Hazan David Mendes Machado a.id Zipporah Nunes Ribiero; a rise in the social ladder for Jonah son of Feibush. since three years a free man of Albany The marriage might offer a clew for his leaving Charleston. The liberated servant of Moses Lindo could never hope to be reeived by the snobbish Sephardim. But 1500 miles removed in the wilds of New York made all the difference for the ambitious Ashkenazi whose handsome face, according to the old painting, is more typically Anglo-Saxon than the features of Thomas Jefferson or John Hancoch. This union was happy if 21 children in 23 years is any indication of domestic felicity. It certainly assured his place as an outstanding ancestor in Jewish annals of early America. His grandsons, the quixotic editor and politician Mordicai M. Noah and the navaloffier "Commodore" Uriah P. Levy, are among his numerous cdesendants. Jewish and Christian. As the family grew, business declined. It became harder each day to do business against the British restrictions that were driving the colonies to war. Jonas Phillips assigned his assets for the benefit of creditors and obtained a court release as an insolvent debtor. Now his knowledge and orthodoxy came in handy. The New York community appointed him shochet and bodek (slaughterer and oversear of ritual meat) at a salary of 35 pounds a year. He" held on four years, then tried business again. Following the Hebrew maxim that a change of place is a change of luck, he moved to Philadelphia. This time he was successful. The coming war created boom activities and scarce merchandise brought high prices in the soaring market of the national capitol. In contrast to other merchants with strong Tory leanings, Jonas Phillips was a strong patriot. He signed the Non Importation Agreement. Father to a brood of children, merchant on the main street and 43 years old, he joined the Philadelphia militia. In Jewish affairs he took a leading part. His donation of 145 pounds for the construction of a new synagogue was second only to Haym Solomon's and larger than the contribution of the far wealthier Gratz Brothers. Elected president of Mikveh Israel Congregation, Phillips wrote a letter inviting Gen. George Washington to the dedication ceremony. The General was never strong for church go,ing, and his absence was neither a slight nor a surprise. The legend, however, persists that George Washington wa? present when Phillips' daughter Zipporah married Manuel Noah, the future parents of the famous Mordicai M. Noah. Constitutional Convention Jonas Phillips impinges into Jewish history by reason of a letter he wrote to the delegates assembled in Phila delphia to formulate the Federal Constitution for a more perfect Union. He sets out the Pennsylvania law requiring of any one holding public office the oath that he believes the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be given by divine inspiration. He writes: "It is well known among all the Citizens of the 13 United States that the Jews have been true and faithful whigs, and during the late Contest with England they have been foremost in aiding and assisting the states with their lifes and fortunes, they have supported the cause, have bravely "fought and bled for liberty which they cannot enjoy. Therefore if the honourable Convention shall in their Wisdom think fit and alter the said oath and leave out the words to viz—and I do acknowledge the scripture of the new testament to be given by divine inspiration—then the Israelites will think themselves happy to live under a government where all Religious societies are on an Equal footing." Jonas Phillips did not know that three weeks earlier the Convention had already inserted into the new Constitution a provision that no religious test shall ever be imposed as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States. 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ih^^wiislUEIIiDipidliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954 SEC. B B'nai B'rith Plans Institute of Judaism August at Juno Beach District Grand Lodge No. 5 and Florida Federation of B'nai H'nlh Lodges and Chapters will present their first annual B'nai B'rith Institute of Judaism in Florida at the Juno Ranch Motel, Juno h. August 26 through 29. Hume of the Institute will be: Judaism in a Changing World." Principal 'ecturers will be LudAig Lewisohn, novelist of interal umal fame and Professor of i mnparative Literature at Brani % %  !Cniversity; Marvin LowenIhal, author, lecturer, traveler and [historian; and Rabbi Irving Lehriian, Temple Emanu-El of Miami |Beach spiritual leader. Tobiai Simon, local attorney, is Lhairman of the Institue Commitllee Others are Milton Mannheim |ears abroad, Dr. Lowenthal has' studied Jewish life and customs' not only in most of the countries | of Europe, but in North Africa, | Palestine and the Near East. He was born in Bradford. Pa., and was graduated from the Universities of Wisconsin and Har Continued an Pa*. 12 B Highlight oi the annual meeting of the Jewish Publication Society held recently in Philadelphia was the presentation of the Stephen Wise Award to the Society "for its distinguished contribution to the dissemination of Jewish knowledge, through the publication and distribution of books of enduring Jewish value." Dr. Israel Goldstein, national president of the AJCongress. presented the scroll to Judge Louis E. Levinthal. outgoing JPS president, and Edwin Wolf 2nd, incoming president. U.S. Rabbis Plead for Rumanian Condemnation Dr. Weidberg Establishes Brandeis Scholarship WALTHAM — The establishment of the Joseph M. and Evelyn R. Weidberg Scholarship Fund at Brandeis University by the Miami Beach community leader was announced here this week by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of the university. The Weidberg Scholarship will either be awarded as a full tuition scholarship, or will be divided among two or three students as work scholarships. Dr. Weidberg is founder of The Oxford Academy, Pleasantville, N.J. He and his wife reside at 3511 Flamingo dr., Miami Beach. Six-year-old Brandeis University is a co-educational liberal arts institution located on a 200 acre campus near Boston. In the fall, the university will number 900 undergraduate students and will have 100 students in its Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Scholarships are given to more than one-third of the university's student body, and $185,000 was disbursed in scholarship funds during tht past academic year. Government Cables Eban Instructions Israel Demands Peace Action at UN JERUSALEM (JTAV-The Israel >vernment confronted the United lations Security Council last week |ith another demand for action by c world body to preserve peace the Middle East. | The government cabled instructs to Abba S. Eban. its delegate the UN. to lodge a protest with •' Security Council over the latest Tdr episode which resulted in f< slaying of three Israelis by Jorin forces at Mevoot Betar last i-K 1 on the basis of eye-witr-s reports and the evidence of podstains and tracks on the scene. larged that the three men were llled on Israel territory, after being* ambushed by Jordanian units, and dragged over the frontier where their bodies were mutilated. The Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission, on which Israel is no longer represented, and which is composed solely of the Jordan members and the UN chairman, condemned Israel in the incident, charging that the Israel unit had crossed into Jordan territory and attacked Jordanians. A UN spokesman here asserted that the UN investigators had not been able to find any indications to support the claims that the men had been ambushed on Israel territory and dragged over into Jordan. The UN truce group here complained that they had been denied permission to enter Israel territory at Mevoot Betar to conduct their investigation. fl"he commission decision was criticized by Israeli spokesmen as being at variance with the facts in the case. The Israel Cabinet carefully studied the whole situation before instructions were sent to the Israeli mission at the United Nations. The Security Council this week was still %  Neited" by Israel's former complaints against Jordan— complaints which have been pending for months—but the Council is reluctant to take them up because of the fear of a Soviet veto. PIKE. N.H. (JTA) — Pleas for American support of Israel and condemnation of the mass arrest of Jewish leaders by Rumania were contained in a series of resolutions adopted by the Central Conference of American Rabbis at the conclusion here last week of its 65th annual convention. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner, of Cleveland, was unanimously elected president of the Conference, which is the organization of about 600 Reform rabbis. Dr. Israel Bettan, Professor of Homelitics at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, was elected vice president. The resolution on Israel proposed three steps which the rabbis feel would advance a "just and secure peace between Israel and her neighbors." The first was "recon sideration by the State Department of its announced intention of grant ing arms-aid to Iraq, inasmuch as Arab leaders have unceasingly affirmed their determination to destroy Israel." Economic aid for the entire Middle East was the next measure suggested, and the third was for the State Department to "use" its good offices with the United Nations to bring the Arab states to a peace conference with Israel. The Soviet Government of Rumania is castigated in another resolution "for Us ruthless persecution Liebmaii Reelected To ZOA Executive Seymour B. Liebman, of Miami Beach, attorney and Zionist leader, has been reelected to the national executiveof the Zionist Organization of America at the recent annual convention held in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. New York City Liebman is vice president of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District, chairman of the Administrative council of the Southeastern Region of the ZOA and has served on the national executive for the last three years. He was the first Floridian ever to be elevated to this office. Liebman said that Florida districts met jointly at the convention and a $25,000 project in Kfar Silver was adopted. The $25,000 will be allocated for a series of classrooms and dormitory at Kfar Silver, "which will become one of the outstanding agricultural schools in Israel." Upon completion of the project, a plaque will be dedicated in the name of the Florida Federation of ZOA Districts, and to it will be appended the names of all districts in Florida which fulfill their quotas, Liebman explained. of Jews." The measure also contains praise for the State Depart ment for its recent "stern rebuke of the Rumanian government" anrl ^I'von to call upon the United NatirThs to "take appropriate action to haul Rumania before the bar of justice ao that the Jewish popula tion may be spared further persecution." A statement praising the Supreme Court for its recent decision outlawing segregation in the public schools was endorsed by the vast majority of the rabbis, although some from the South ab stained from voting. The resolution expressed the hope that segregation would be "harmoniously'' abolished. In a resolution jn anti-Zionist religious schools, the convention deplored the attempted creation of a nation-wide system of so-called "classic Reform" religious schools. The delegates recommended that a special committee of the CCAR be appointed to study this situation On the question of conversion of non-Jews, the convention adopted a resolution suggesting that the executive board of the CCAR explore the matter further through research and institutes. In a resolution on Bible distribution, the convention applauded the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey in prohibiting the distribution of the King James Version of the New Testament in the public schools. The delegates expressed gratification over the appearance of the Synagogue Council of America and Continued on Pag. 12 B 1 f •wMI A V itymtur 8. iitkmmm



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i RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ftSRgjSL and Mrs. rn"* \ ..,.„, BETH JACOB CONGREGATION \ill hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Jay Schwartunan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwaruman. will become Bar Mitzvah Mincha is at 6:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudo>. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Dr Jacob H Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus, will officiate. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold services Friday night at 6:15 p.m Guest Rabbi SamWl A. Turk. 0< Bronx. New York, will officiate. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha :s at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Cantor Abraham Self will render the musical portions of the liturgy • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services it 8:30 p.m Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate Rev HOT riechai Haalman will chant the mus.cal portions of the liturgy. Daily -! rvfces are at 9 a m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 6 p.m.. conducted by Rev Rudolf E Brill Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday. Gerald Kenneth Barrish. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barri>h. d Hollywood, will become Bar Mitzvah. Obituaries MORRIS KULOK a retired clothier, died Job 1 at hi*hoi -. iw l~th .-<. Miami Beacti RervioM *r>d burial u*k plaei •.iyn. N.T.. with UM I: %  Miami BaacB l-*uii-:..: Horn* :. h.:*;. of local Hiranrement* Mr Kuk-k. h" cause fr.ni Me Torft tear* aaro. had *%  • %  I w> •••• • • thMiami -e f r lb. Ui -• • .-Hi luv.. JI Isaniuel Kukk • •'. Miami i NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening ten ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Okolic officiating and preaching on the topic: "Experiences at the Bible School." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir under the direction of Lucille Moore as Msting Saturday morning servicewill be at 9 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 am and 7 p.m BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m Saturday morning service* are at 9 a.m. Class in Perek will be conducted by H Eisenberg at 5:30 p.m. Mincha iat 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Dail) serviceare ^i "30 am. and 7 p TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m Saturday morning serviceare .it 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Irving Lehman will officiate. Cantor Philip Bruturner will render the musical portionof the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 am and 7 p m ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p in. Saturday morning services are at | 8:30 am Arthur Pechersky. son ol Mrs Lillian Pechersky, will become Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Morton Italavsky will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 815 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Krondc „i o„ June Wwhi >'7 k ville on their waj lo Miami Beacf ;;,,;„ Mr and Mr. Ben Ve Dr. chashi wu Mn Yemeni father. Surviving are two ,ldi.in;. ,,.„„„„.,,. Mrs Eleanor Halperij .„„! Mrs Floreno Benaj Bertal took place in New York Dr. and MrChasin were res. dents ol Chicago, where he was S department store executive and a faculty member al i< evelt LOIlege The) were frequenl visitors to Miami Beach On Summer Hours Rabbi Mo-esiesciieioil presi dent ol the Jewish National Fund ol Greater Miami, announced this week that the JNF offices .it t**l Lincoln rd. will operate on their usual summer schedule during the months of July and August, betwi en the hourol 10 a m and 2 p.m. Shapiro Unveiling The dedication of a monument ,„ h( m emorj of the late Beat* Shapiro former!) ol 300 Meridian avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. July II.* 1:00 p.m. .,, Ml Sinai Memorial Park (>me,,„ with Hal.bi Mses Mescheloff offWatin. MrShmplrj,in minted by five sons, including Alexander Shapiro of Hollywood, Fla. and I,,.,. pi, Shapiro ol Miami Beach; ,,l.,i rive daughters, including Rose 0 f Miami Beach and Annie and Pearl ol it Lauderdale. Arrange„„.nlare In charge of Palmer's Miami Monument r o m p any. Friends snd relativeare asked to attend. Pullman Unveilino The dedication of to the memory of lhf £1 Pullman, formerly 0 ( 2tt| Bay Road, will lak(! p ,^' July Uth at 12 noon ; Memorial Park <>meterj.' man is survived by his til Arrangements are n J Palmer's Miami Monunwl pany. Friends and relj^ asked to attend i-h officiating Subject ol the ser mon is scheduled awhen itab bi.Meet Saturday morning services are al 10:43 a m. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Fridaj evening services al 645 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a m Dail) services are at 7:30 am and 6:45 p.m. %  MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily services arc at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Stofsky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Susie Stofsky, formerly of 2236 sw 21st Terrace, will take place Sunday. Jul) llth at 2 pm al Mt Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April I officiating MrStofsky isurvived b) her husband Louis; a daugh l.r. MiAnita Schwartz of Miami, i brother Nat Wemberg of \, wark, N ai d four listen, Mrs. Rose Rothman "f Miami, Mrs Edna Brown, Miss S Buncbich and Mrs. G Porman, all ol New York Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Mrs. Adolph Dies at Age of jj Mrs. Adolph Balsam. -] Iyn. New York died raj day. July 4. MrBalsa • She is survived by hcr| and two sons. Harold. al M a Iyn. and Milton. Xon,l Beach, who flew North tri the services and intenwgj GUSTAVE KNOBELMAfc ::• % %  sw ism si. d-i June n In a k^*i hori-ilal A l--al resident f # . Mr Ki,..l.*-ia^ri uaa a relired dflicat'jsf-r Ht*IIH Hr %  am* fr>.n; I'ni'-n X .' Pu aalaai i II, • lude Ml wife E-rtlL: • Irving, of Brookl>-n. and At* and Kalpb. of l"ni..n lT..irv-.and %  >'*" Utrvtw r-hid in X-'-...% N .1 Itb local ... i _. -i • • .1 linw MRS. VETTA NORMAN s of ::.<: sw r.\h -i. di i 'i MrNorman had I • n ... )• %  t yean at Ira BrooUyn. x v .•d bj !• %  <-.li ''-.. : .. \.... n. .HI. ,.f MorrmiU'Wi. \\' V„ and a dauphl< Mrt nd^r-. ..( \ -' %  n iraad I • • r. h.!d n th' M ';,.r-d..r. Funeral HOBM %  I XI. Ni • > ISAOORE RAPPAPORT • %  %  %  % %  Porn %  •• \: a. di^d *p4*) afiei „ %  %  H came l I %  • %  ;.a|rhi,nt-. •au> • Kith H. I % %  •! a: t.i .. %  Suwvtne ,.r f i, n ,),. %  %  N.J aad a daurhlladrl* s pla. t %  SA\DER GREENWALO • ST NE %  • Saturda %  %  ln.-lnd< • ;.. .... %  '• ^ I and \ .t•. H mi %¡ ale Ja.:— % %  |; %  v. • .• '' •• ald. all ..f Miami RlrrChapel, 1tl MN.I.. *.rry. MRS. JENNIE SHERMAN %  • %  • Nil ColMaa %  ., Miami Beat* Saturday fen .-. hold at Kierawi> Mcnaarlal <-hai'. •: y ^ • eaeh, ith t.uiuil In Mt K*o Crm* Bnc -a II acllri H.,nr...h Krnrarti Chapti of Hot --. Ark. si,, bad brn a •• ami B. i. oaatoc h*r* BaJtianor* BSM kavca h^r bua.>ainiMl: a daurhir Mr.. Clnl. • Karp; a t-.n. Mai jjm. • B.-man. all ,.f Miami Be* h and thrt-* brother*. MAX ZINKER IS I'.th it.. Miami Baoek, a • • of N. V -• %  • ira aao. died Sundav M. %  • %  a retired \lv.rand lo dauchl-aura fravd. and Mr* % %  %  l.-nr Nlan! -* place in Xe I*.'" 1 ''ha|-l i-1 M-aml R*a.h in harje • %  '. local IT. ranjement. JOSEPH GROSSMAN I BW •', Mr., died Mondav •nduvted Tueaday in •n a I jneral Home „f Miami, arith burial In Star -I Iiavid "iniltlli x ed ...mmeniat phot<*rapher. hJrolt. .-JIT ivine *r* hi-, wtfa. t •ndchildrei). Swim Party Saturday Sisterhood ol the West Miami Jewish Center will -ponsor a swimming parly at the Hotel Algiers on Saturday. July 17. 8 p.m. The proceeds will he used for the Religious School building. Mrs Louis Richter ichairman. Iiilicrs if li Memorials ftr til irurt o mat; Jewish Trade %  BM t. w. na aisaj Look for the 2-Sury' Building Thurmond Monu^ MJUUCERS S40JMI CEMETERY PAN OFFICERS and DIRECTORS r 3. son ALLES CajaJn an of the Board THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR. I*reide! I EDUARDO MORALES nrm \'i e PreaUaat W. C PAYNE %  \ ice President and Ca*h!r J. M. GARCIA v lc* Prealden: E A. GERARD Vica Precldent G. D. FAHRKER %  : npaManl W. E. BOYD ^ I'" *;l Condition RESOURCES Cash Government Bonds State. County and Municipal Bonds Other Bonds Federal Reserve Bank Slock Obligations Fully Guaranteed by U.S. Government Loans and Discounts Fully Secured Business and Other Loans Customers' Liability on Letters ol Credit Accruals and Other Aaaets TOTAL RESOURCES Deposits Letters ol Credit .. Accruals and Other Uabilin.. Capital (Common Stock) Surplus. Undivided Profil. and Reserve* Total Capital Fund* ...... TOTAL UABILITIES JUNE 30. 1952 S 6,713.894.45 7.370.969.05 3.552.289.30 306.792.05 34.050.00 JUNE 30. I9S3 S 8.170.456.23 9.934.779.31 3.511,359.05 97.500.00 36.000.00 1.718.669.50 14S0.4St.45 4.758.45 6.440.140.41 1.715.970.43 142.664.54 389.889.65 S28.38S.329.38 I A B I L I T I S26.719.916.98 142.664.54 43.367.35 750.000.00 729.380.51 1.479.390 Jl $28,385 329.38 7.271.108.41 3.299.101.84 490.790.20 827.S04.34 S3S.489.757.83 ES S33.299 223.53 490.790.20 121.650.89 7S0.000.0O 10.018.59 5.016.17S 4S6.717J] 850.940 S45.754.01C motm 1.082.1S4J 1474X0111 _2.082.H SSS.4W.7S7JS S4S.754XH BANIWG HEART OF THE WESTERN HEKBPHERE 5€*Tinq th. Greator Miami AIM Connection, Throughout Latin America COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES •"crcial Loans • c ~ • Special ( heckine A. f*!*** VaulU • Commercial Bankinf n 8 Accounts, collection Department • roreln Department • CmmmnTSL rl.?* rt,nenl s vin ** AccounU Credit Department P ,„ Am ciurge Plan Member federal Roeervt Syateoj Member Fedewal Depoail Inauronce Corporation



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UDAY. JULY 9. 1954 {Technical Assistance In Perilous Situation + ltmt*t>n*r*m*r> PAGE 71 By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Tla>grahic Agency llMTED NATIONS — The perku> condition in which Technical Lbtance finds hat\l is graphic jy demonstrated in the sixth ankal report released here by the Cures for Israel. Last year, the Ichnical Assistance Board spent 50.742 in the Jewish State; this lar. it i s spending only $328.14; Tiile next year it has only agreed J expenditures so far of $122,170. |Miml you, it may spend more an that because the Board has |i ininpleted its schedule for next |ar. However, these figures, these ctining amounts, do tell the story (he financial difficulties it is The number of experts which I'n n ed Nations and its specialId agenclM—the Technical As|iaic Board confers them all— nt t<> I-rael last year amounted to 38; the number they are sending this year is down five to $3; the number that they expect to tend year is -only 14. The fellowships ; and scholarships provided Israelis amounted to <2 last year; those approved this year are only 38; while none is listed for next year. Again, these statistics must not be taken too literally, but they do show the sort of chronic troubles that technical assistance is having here because of lack of funds. Every year, projects have had to be cut back simply because there was not enough money for them, and, of course, projects in Israel have come in for their share of paring. Last year, the Board received requests from underdeveloped countries for technical assistance which would have cost some $43,000,000. However, it only had a little over half this amount, about $23,500,000 to spend—and so it had to turn down many of the requests. This year, things are even worse because the Technical Assistance Board has decided that it must try to set up a reserve out of its meagre income. The trouble is that it can never be sure what it will get from year to year, as its funds depend upon the voluntary pledges of government, and yet it has regular fixed expenses. Thus, it must have some money in the bank, and it is intending to build up a working capital and reserve fund of $12,000,000 during the next three years. Among the technical assistance projects in Israel is the continuation of the important water resources development scheme. A second expert is helping in setting up a Geo-Technical Institute out there to study water seepage and the building of reservoirs and*so on. A pulp and paper expert is advising the Israeli government on ; of the new million the production of cellulose from loI. r I'allazzio Nacionale de la cally available straw; he will also give advice on the establishment of a paper industry. A petroleum geologist who was sent out by the United Nations last year is continuing his work in the country. Among other specialists aiding the state are experts on metallurgy, meteorology, productivity, vocational training, milk processing, agricultural economics, forestry development and civil aviation. One of the new projects in IsIrs. Youngermcm lonored by Art istitute, Cuba Uyns M. Youngerman. welllotrn Miami Beach artist, has en recently doubly honored by Big one of the 100 painters whose will be shown at the National |ller Art Institute Exhibition to held through July and August. The exhibition was open to artlhrou'^hout the United States territories and received 4.000 Irses Two hundred works in all I hi-hown — 100 oils and 100 (r colors. I., painting chosen was "The • m." awurded last year's Blue I igure Fellowship prize. I. Yuungerman is also one of .rti-tx whose work the Cuban k-rrnment selected to show at Florida Vacations Discussed i nada Jewish Communitv Center on Loyal Compton. public relations Thursday evening. July 15. 8:30 director of the Florida Clubs of P m. at the Center building. Mr. the American Automobile AssociCompton will address the group on ation. will be guest speaker at the "Florida — Vacation Land for Women's Group of Flagler-Gra-1 Floridians." lite The American Wing was icated on July 4 in Havana. Irs Youngerman attended the li School of Art and while there the Weir painting scholarship English painting prize. She is lurtime winner of the Beaux national competition, receiv:. n honor diploma and Bachelor lr.no Arts degree at Yale. Lmong other honors, she was led twice the Tiffany Foun|. n Fellowship, Paint and Clay t portrait prize, Pan American Iran prize, Alvord painting tv. Blue Dome prize for figure I Connecticut Academy llrait prize. Soule Still Life Blue Dome portrait prize landscape award at the Lowe IK r>. I Youngerman is lasted in |1)'I'N Who" and has exhibited at Boston Museum of Art, Nalal Academy, New York City, jr Arts Society, Norton Gal. Argent Galleries, Art StuLeague, Anderson Galleries. hencan Art Gallery. Morgan MeIrial, Pennsylvania Academy, trj Atheneum. Lowe Galleries others South Shore Citizens Club meets at Blackstone Hotel to elect officers. Top row (left to right) are Mrs. Frances Joseph. Harry Sir, Councilman Burnett Roth, Jack Woody, A. J. Kaplan, Vice Mayor Harold Spaet and Mrs. Celia Walt. Seated are A. Bloom, Max D. Goldhagen. Louis Shafkin, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Joseph Mintzes and Mrs. Gertrude Froman. South Shore Club Kiwis Ollieern Mrs. Lena Mintzes was named president for a second term of the Souths ho re Citizens Club at a special meeting held recently in the Blackstone Hotel. A. J. Kaplan acted as installing officer. Other officers named are Louis Shafkin. Celia Walt. Malvin Kn inlander. Fred Arnold. M. D. Goldhagen. Jacob -P. Tarr, Jacob Melniker and Harry Sir, vice presidents; Pauline Thurston, financial and recording secretary; Gertrude Froman and Henrietta Grassman. corresponding secretaries. Joseph Dube. treasurer; Jacob P. Tarr. publicity chairman; Malvin Englander. legal advisor; Sam Deutch and Harry Sir, ways and means. The club was formed four years ago by a number of persons residing in South Miami Beach under the leadership of Mrs. Mintzes. A charter was granted in 1953. and it now numbers some 500 members. M. Beyno M. rMSfmm rael this year is the establishment of a demonstration centre for the stabilized earth construction technique which has been so successfully used in building cheap houses. The intention is. according to the sixth annual report, to set up a permanent building research center in the Jewish, State. Party ior Hebrew School Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation will hold a card party and dance for the benefit of the Hebrew school on Saturday night. July 10. 9 p.m.. at the Sterling Hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Rose Friedman. Spend y*r vacation ia the •hi* Ridoe Mews-tains The Horowitz Kosher inn 331 Tint Aa., W. 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SIMCHAH AN UNUSUAL JEWISH AMERICAN DAT CAMP FOR IOTS and GIRLS BETWEEN 4-12 YEARS is being conducted at the Floridian Hotel 540 WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH AaaAVo*aee>s Now Being Accepfed Writs m Phono Be 57B2 Of 5-oMI • Isrsjoli Dancing • Arts and Crafts • Snorts • Hot Loncbos Transportation Furnished • Pool on Premises • Fishing o V aif f lows Observed DIRECTORS: Moriorie Ent, Maicem P. Fwrman, Gertrude Fallkk and Sbashannah Specter



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PAGE 6 A + L~i ...i Miami Kabbi In'..ehrman officiated. .mi of honor was Helene Ben| Best man .i> Bernard T>tell x ur Jonas, Charleston. Si'. Seymour Stem Boston. Mass. .1 as ushers. e bride selected an imported tillv lace waltz length (own bridal Hthl tn a prince-etfee*, vith nutted bodice and boufskirt etidinc in ruffles of nv%  ulte. I manalbin| borrowed. Mr.ir .'.'lias -:-ier in lau of the .. lent Mrs Teitel her I : French ilhtskni veil an I ma .chins lace and peei.SSM can i v. .ami S School and attended Florida I groom u..graduated from N I trechl H .Sd \ i atu mtad Br %  ed a decree in aad I'nixered in the Una> ^tates N-\> i, r one and oneyears. •vM*it maatj were Miss Benjamin. Mrs. William Ben North Caraian; Mr. and V Morton Benjamin. JacksonMr. and Mrs Arthur Jonas, kaaanm; Mr.tan* flinaau Minn. UM Shorter J> -sen parent! are the Nathan Rosens, ol Montgomery. Ala. Given in marriage bj her father, newlywed Mrs Rosen had as her matron of honor MiDonald Kessler, her sister in Ian A tl t,T ill law ot the bridegroom, MrSol Rosen, ami her attendant Two niece* of the bridegroom, Mnriene ami Comlie Scherer, aetnd as bridesmaids. \\..r,er Rosen, of Montgomery, i brother ol the bridegroom, wahibe-t man Ushering were Alan and DonaM Kessler. brotherot the bride, and Sidne> Rosen, ot Montgomery, and Sol Ro-en. Andalusia. Ala brothers ol the bridegroom. The brides gOWVJ w.iot chantill) lace pleated in I sunburst effeet and floor length The bodice featured dec tea pointed over the wrist, and a stand-up collar topping the illusion yoke I n o*l ..,, ,. A cap of matching lace, trimmed M'fk'll MlVl'l mail with lilies-ol-thexally. held her .1 *jL__{__ \I 11IM .., V lusion veil She carried a bouquet Mai I ICS MUI 1 l> of white orehui ,e-oithe ^ ()Scn | )cr o ()|1 Heat'll I MM. mmttui Naaasnff valley Alter a reception at Hi' Hall, the couple left for a honey moon tour ot Florida s west eoast Thej will be at home at 2018 S\V 57th ave after July |] MM. ••, Teitef Mi-Sydell Renee Silverman. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nathan Silverman. became the bride of Murray Rosenberg at 6 p.m. on' June 23 at the Sterling Hotel Rab bi Isaac K\er and Cantor Kelemer officiated. Mr. Rosenberg is the | .-on ot Mrs Ida Rosenberg. 6>30 Indian Creek dr.. Miami Beach. Entering on the arm ot her fath-j i er. the bride chjoat .. sown of blue i chantilly lace over -atin. tiny jaseevea and bouffant baUertna-l length skirt. The bridal veil wa{ o f French illusion attached to a matching cloche. Her bouquet was | oi white orchids on a white Bible ,' Maid of honor ntfl Mrs Jean KamenShe wore a dusty root %  silk organu over taffeta gown trimmed with mad penrii and ; rhine.-tone.s and carried a bouquet of orchids cvrs.i Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gloria stein MrK lain Sponder. Mrs florence Spear and MrHilda Harry Baanaoerg brother oi the 1 bridegroom, wabest man. and u>herw,rt Aaron Rosenberg, Ter-' ry S non d et Mike Sponder and Sheldon Kamens the nuptials. MrSilverman *^>re a pink aiencon lace dress, with ahen flair falling to the hem ^f* white or Sandy witl delicate pink and blue floral print. The hnde attended >ch,~.lm New York, where she studied piand music theory Foiiowmj the dinner at the ling Hotel, the n e ai lj n wli left on their honeyajoon to the Bah and Havana. I pon their return. ..pie will live in Miami Out-of-town guestwere Mrs Bess Berkowiu. Mr and Mrs D Denomiu. Mr aad Mrs J Horelett 1 Mrs Floreoce Spear. Mrs Aaron Mnaenber*. Mrs J*-k Kamens an d Mrs Clora Gladstein Ina Renee Rattet, Lt. Alexander Breslau Wed in Double Ring, Candlelight Ceremony In a double ring candlelight 5 p in ceremony on Sunday. July 4, ,, the Delano Hotel. Miss Ina Renee Rattet. daughter of Mr. and Mr, ii Rattet. 1622 Pennsylvania ave became the bride of Lt. Alexander Clark Breslau son of Mr. and Mrs Jerome Molasky. HollyMa Rabbi Irving Lehrman ofticiated B,.st man was Fdward SilberRtein, ol Hollywood. Evelyn BernrtelO maternal aunt of the bride from New Vori city, was maid of honor. Bride-maids were Eleanor Krutel and Carole ( "hen. Alan Baum and Arthur Siegel. of Holly wood. acted as ushers. MisSail) l''-so Reynolds, intimate friend of the bride, rendered (no selections The bride -elected %  rose point of lace town over white bridal satin, with long sleeves coming to I wrist-point, Klizabethian collar. fitted bodice and bouffant skirt extending into a cathedral train. Her French Illusion fingertip veil was attached to a Juliet cap of tulle studded with pearlShe carried three white orchids on her confirmation Bible. Her only piece of jewelry' was a strand of pearls, gift of the groom. For something borrowed, the bride WM married with a gold wedding band, heirloom of the grooms family and belonging to his maternal grandmother. The tradition in the family has been that all the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren wear this ring on their wedding day. Mrs Rattet. mother of the bride, selected a pale champagne colored lace and net ankle-length gown. with white orchid corsage. MrMolasky wore a beige silk taffeta ballerina length gown and white orchid corsage. A reception and dinner was held at the Delano for both families and friends Out-of town guests included MrJeremiah Vernon of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Abe Biffer, of Brooklyn, N.Y. The bride is a graduate of Mi ami Beach High School. She belonged to National Forensic League, Thespians and attended the lnivrp.it> of Miami. The groom was graduated from Miami Tech High School, attended the L-niversit, ol Pennsylvania and j for ^^ rt „ g ^ received hicommission at Ft. Benning. C.a.. ollicercandidate Mrt. AleiMder C. BrasJav Liaison Flight School, San Marcus. Texas. The couple flew to Acapulco. Mexico, and Mexico City and will make their borne at San Marcus. Marvin Zalis Named Adult League President Marvin Zalis was named president of the Young Adult League of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Sunday at an installation banquet held in the Fleetwood Hotel. Abraham Rochstein, advisor, act* ed as installing officer. Also na-1 ed were San ford Sussman. vice president; Loretta Israel, recording secretary; Eunice Cook aad Sandy Green, corresponding seeretaries: Helen Feldman. treasurer. Paul Weintraub, sergeant-atarms: and Mim Feldman. chaplah. The group will meet Saturday evening at the Center and encana school He has been accepted at Army uled for Crandon Park. Also plained is a dance at the Center Sunday evening. $>Hta f KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets • Garden Parties CATERING A Cowf r-.f Sen >ct No Parry T..., Small No Party Too Large "< DatM Boulf\rd Miami Beach Phone J-W93: It \o Antvcf Call 4-:07S ( ndVf Rjbhi'ocjl g..p——firi ) fr^*55*S5*gS*Sg*ggas Garden Tea on Beach "roptcal Chapter of B nai B'rith mea mill hold a garden membership te on July 13th. 8pm the hoaae of Mrs trrsai I r*ta *h ter.. Miami Beach • ill present a -,<•„>. the votassa phaseal B*ai Bhtk Mrs Barvr, Mich aanaan is chairman. ^DurtJ es lh home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS *> %  •€ fa. pat 0 f f I Miami Miami Beach • ft Laudardaia • Wont Palm Ba*b A XimSWHG SUMW DRINK A NOUKISHMG FOOD.., MANISCHEWITZ borscht ;; 'AM CCACh



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HDAY. JULY 9. 1964 ^JewistncrkMur PAGE 5 A Personally Speaking Liir*nce-VI'tm Miss Mftmm Wmsttrmmn Iiss Wasscrman "icks September 5 Myrna Phyllis Wasserman and ilun Joseph Lehman will be married on September 5. The couple's engagement has keen announced here by the brideMeet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. SidL \ Wasserman. 2210 SW 17th st., Miami. Mr. I-ehman, vice president of Lehman Pipe and Plumbing Supsly Co., Inc.. is the son of Mrs. Rae Lehman. Montgomery. Ala., and if late Samuel Lehman. \|is Wasserman graduated from y ..mi Senior High School and atrnded the Universities of Florida ki.'I Miami. She was a member of .la Alpha Pi sorority and Junior Indassah. Mr. Lehman attended Sidney Lamer High School in Montgomery (ml served with the U.S. Air Force Infour years. Miss MHh EM let Tenor Gari Will ippear at UM Pop Concert Sunday A last minute substitution brings r*orld famed Metropolitan Opera rimr Giulio Gari to the Miami each Auditorium on Sunday eveing as soloist with the University Miami Summer Symphony Ortiestra. Word received early this week Mrs. Marie Volpe. concert manlier, indicated that Fague Springi..n. originally scheduled to apear. will be unable to fulfill the poointment made some six months Eo, Mrs Volpe indicated that Mr. iiri is here on vacation and has Misented to sing Sunday evening. number of program changes are eing made. Mr. Gari will sing "De" miei >llenti spirit!" from La Traviata Guiseppi Verdi and "Walter's n/e Song" from Die Meistersingby Richard Wagner. I other arias to be rendered by ft' Metropolitan tenor are "Che Hida Manina" from La Boheme Giacchomo Puccini, "Vesti la |uhba" from Pagliacci by RuggiLeoncavallo and the song "I hve Life" by Mana-Zucca. [John Bitter will be on the pojum for this fourth concert of V summer season. He will direct fe University of Miami Orchestra the Overture to Hansel and retel by Engelbert Humperdinck ^d Symphony No. 5. From the PW World, by Anto Dvorak. I Also scheduled for performance Tc Greensleeves. traditional EngEdelman, Rosenberg Troth Revealed Here Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman, 90S Euclid ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith, to Marvin S. Rosenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg. Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Edelman attended Miami Beach schools since the first grade and was also a student at the University of Miami, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and Kappa Pi honorary art society. She is past vice president of Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith and is currently employed by the law firm of Slbley and Davis. Mr. Rosenberg graduated from the University of Minnesota, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He is president of Sun City Dairy Farms, Inc., of Hialeah. The couple plan to be married in September. lish, arranged by Ralph Vaughn Williams, and Pomp and Circumstance by Sir Edward Elgar. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman left last week for a six-week vacation in California. They expect to return here August 10. •to -to -to Rev. and Mrs. Abraham Seif, 1011 Michigan ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of their daughter, Deborah Golda, on June 24, at Mount Sinai Hospital. She joins her 21 month old brother, Howard Leon. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Saul Feldman, 1619 Meridian ave. Rev. Seif is affiliated with Kneseth Israel Congregation. %  to -to -to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and son Richard spent several days in New York City, stopping at the WaldorfAstoria, before going to the Concord in Kiamesh Lake, where they will stay for a one-month vacation. •to -to -to Vacationers at the Osceola Lake Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., include Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fischler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sherman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cantor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dickler, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Strauss and daughter, Helena, Mr. and Mrs. William Brown and children, Joe Wolkowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Milberg and daughter. Sharon, and son, Melvin, Mrs. H. Navidor, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hirschman and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rubin. %  to -to -to Mrs. Norman A. Rossman and I daughter Sally Jo, of 4455 Prairie ave., Miami Beach, are leaving for New York City on July 10 for a three-week visit with relatives and friends. Sally Jo, an alumna of the University of Florida, is now enrolled at Davis Institute of Medical Technology in Miami. •to -to -to Rabbi Isaac L. Swift, of Australia, will visit Miami Beach on vacation from a series of lectures in principal cities throughout the United States. While here, he will be entertained by Cantor and Mrs. Philip H. Brummer,. of Temple Emanu-EI. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rabenowich, of 3025 SW 7th at., Miami, have left on vacation for Iowa and Wisconsin. They will return here in time for the opening of school. •to -to -to Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Sobel, of 21S1 SW 21st ter., were hosts on July 4 at a dinner party in the Sahara Hotel, honoring Mr. Sobel on the occasion of his 50th birthday. Present was a group of close •to -to -to friends. Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C, are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platoff. 1435 West ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen. 301 Sarto ave.; and Mr. and Mrs. S. Keith, 1382 SW 10th st. %  to it -to Mr. and Mrs. William Monroe Kirschner, of Boston, Mass., are visiting Mr. Kirschner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kirschner, 2141 SW 14 ter., Miami. With them is their daughter, Joyce Susan. %  to ft -to Miss Harriette Neuwirth. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neuwirth, Miami Beach, left on June 30 for Camp Carlyle in Hendersonville, N.C. Miamians In Camp Blue Star Vacations Seventh summer camp season at Camp Blue Star, Hendersonville, N.C, opened recently. Attending from Miami are Jonathan Berman, Joan Bernstein, Della Bernstein. Cynthia Bott, Susan Freedman, Dick Green, Elinor Grossman, Stuart Kutchins, Howard Kay, Grances Lazarus, Laurence Parnes, Sandra Rubenstein, Arthur Sher, Kenneth Sher, Robert Wein er and Jerry Brown. Gail Grossberg, Teddy Grossberg, Jon Grossman, Tobi Grossman, Arlene Rosen, Kenneth Rosen, Eileen Schlesser, Jay Schlesser, Leslie Fuchs, Terry Greenhouse and Marilyn Bauman are from Miami Beach. Attending from Coral Gables are Robert Cohen. George Gelb, Norman Hauptman, Richard Litt. Susan Litt, Gary Rovin and Linda Rovin. Mrs. M fafchta Sol Patchens to Reside on Beach M Miss Gloria Linda Caicedo and Sol Patchen were married by Rabbi Leon Kronish in Temple Beth Sholom on June 17. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Caicedo, 1625 Meridian ave. Mr. Patchen's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Patchen, 821 Euclid ave. A reception followed the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Patchen. The couple spent there honeymoon at the Sahara Hotel here and will reside at 1101 Pennsylvania ave. TUTORING IN MATHEMATICS Call Marc Aronson at 64-1816 Universal Jewish Encyclopedia Cm English) For Homo or Gift SOUTHWEST LETTER SERVICE Mimeographing Typing 2347 CORAL WAY PHONE 4 5532 S. J. Freedmai & HI. Ken hi BOOK II 417 W4hWt4 Xv*. etwaeo Fourth tad WWk C*TD "DTD Tiiiiiui s-eei? IWMI Ctsrrlftcatw



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1 in* UDAY. JULY 9. 19S4 + trlsl nrrk&tri PAGE 9 B Point Four Helps Israel Continued from Page 2 B Ind followed in the far north of lie country, where the rocky hills lotween Tiberias and Rosh Pinna Ire being turned into an enormous lattle and sheep breeding ranch— failed "Operation Cowboy"—to belome Israel's pilot project for meat Induction. It will extend over an |rea of more than 6,000 acres, mainnatural pasture but also irrigfblc lands by Lake Tiberias, which nil be sown in fodder (grass from he seed farm) to cover hay reluirements when there is no pasn Cowboy won't be a fancy dude unch," explained Albin Molohon, roint Four's chief of the Agriculural Division, who has made this his pet project and is enjoying himself watching it take shape. "It'll be a training farm for cattle raising, and despite the fact that only students will operate it. it'll be self-supporting two years after the beginning of operations through the sale of meat on the hoof. In the beginning (in July) there will be 600 head of cattle and 2.000 sheep, and neither will be used for any but meat production. The calves will get all the milk." The trainees from settlements all over the country—will return to their respective homes and set up similar breeding ranches. This seems the fastest way to make Israel self-supporting in her meat requirements. One could go on and on showing Imanuel Goldttrich ioldstrich Named resident of Miami each Optimists |Miami Beach optimist Club held 19th annual installation of oilers ceremonies at the Algiers btc-l last week. Iheiiiu Hi McCrae, governor of the linli district, and Millord Greenlilii utenant governor, partici|i'i in installing Bmanuel Goldirh as president for the forth Ining year. Oscar Ruakin and Dr. Arthur i wen Installed u visa p-Hlent, and Lyle Fessler, char member and past prmldant. has rel irj treasurer! ,1 rd ol directors are N. Doug III William K.irr. Howard M. Inn, II.,n> Raskin and Alfred nfone Hack Woody was appointed serlinii al inns and Irving Mitel, %  mediate past president, was in'I chaplain. Miami Beach optimist Club is |part of Optimist International. lanized marly 50 years ago in^nationally to develop optimism |.i philosphy of life, to promote "Use interest in good govern|in and civk affairs and to aid |l encourage the development of fill throughout the world. Ilie local group, among it's many pities lor boys, sponsors little baseball, tennis tourna\ "II Clinks and cub scouts Til" Club hold,i luncheon meet Tuesday noon at the Sea Hotel. ivalcade of Turkey at fney; Hospital Benefits [he lavish Cavalcade of Turkev ['•' brought 500 visiting dignif*s fr„m all strata of Turkish 1" South Florida for the last [' ''ays to show what Turkey complished with American Winds up the visit with a re IJion Friday night in the Roney %  rdens. The affair is being 1 b> 'be Hon. Nuri Enn I' 1 "I the Turkish Information Tee in this country, and Maurey Ashmann. representing Variety J'lrens Hospital here. Proceeds the reception will go to the Students Win Prizes In FP&L Contest Eighteen Dade CoUnty school children won $240 in prizes in the annual poster contest sponsored by Florida Power & Light Co. to encourage observance of safety among school children. The 17 x 12 inch posters were submitted to teachers without identification, and prizes were given to winners in three categories. First of the three themes was "Play Safe Electrically." which urged proper and safe handling of kiteand model airplanes /] "Street Lights. Your Silent Policemen." w^s the second poster theme which won a prize for Robert i Bechter, Miami Beach Senior High School. "Be Safe In School" was the | third theme, and the winners were j Carolyn Lapkoff, Miami Beach Senior High. Carl Johnson. Dorsey High, and Sally Brando*. Miami Beach Senior High. This subject also won prilM for Beth Daniel. Hialeah Junior High, Ruth 1'ittman. Miami Jackson Jun ior High, and Sabina Gross, Miami i Beach Junior High. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS how American dollars and experts are helping to change the face of Israel. We could mention the new road to the ruins of Capernaum at the northern end of Lake Tiberias which, though a small thing in itself, has filled a vital gap in the development of the tourist trade, a subject very close to Mr. McDaniel's heart; for he is convinced that a vastly increased tourist trade is possible with all that ancient beauty of the Holy Land available, but not fully tapped. We could mention the Reading Power Station in Tel Aviv which, with $4,600,000 grantin-aid money and over $5,000,000 counterpart funds has installed two new 60,000 KW generating units, vital in the country's electrification program. We shall talk about them some other time. Should Mr. McDaniel ever venture back into this part of the world—and Israelis sincerely hope he will—he'll be surprised how far Israel's facelifting, initiated in his term of office, has gone. The expert and fellowship side of the Operations cost very little—comparatively. But they are of an indeli ble permanence. Dr. Narot to Speak Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel spiritual leader, will be guest speaker on the radio program, "Message of Israel," Sunday, July 11. 10 a.m.. over station WQAM. Dr. Narot will speak on the topic, "The Answer to Evil." The program is sponsored weekly by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 414 S.W. 22nd AVi. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you wilt save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "MVwisli Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various features Produced and Directed by ^pomspo Mnrpi< lift j Rabbi Joeeoh E. Rackovwlrj MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phona 5-3595 Miami Convalescent Home LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone. J.Mj; and S-02TS Specializing in Care to the Elderly anc Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv ice Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi.Private Rooms. '£&?, Xv*yA !" K s ,>' tIMON StIDIN 503 S.W. 17th Ave. PK.ne 82 5480 Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON BAlANCfS UP TO '25,000.00 Compounded Semi-annually • Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st SAVINGS INSURfD UP TO 10 000 00 Complete Commercial Banking Services DRIVE-IN TELLERS BANK BY MAIL PAN AMERICAN BANK ill OF MIAMI Tercentenary to Be 'Thanksgiving 1 NEW YORK — The American Jewish Tercentenary, which begins in September and continues through May, 1955, Monday was proclaimed as a period of "thanksgiving, prayer, study and celebration," at special ceremonies at Congregation Shearith Israel here. A religious proclamation of the Tercentenary was issued from the steps of Congregation Shearith Israel, founded in 1654 by the first group of 23 Jews to settle in wnii is now the United States. The proclamation was signed by Rabbi Simon G. Kramer, chairman i of the Tercentenary Committee on Religious and Educational Participation; Dr. Barnett R. Brickner, president. Central Conference of American Rabbis; Rabbi Theodore L. Adams, president. Rabbinical Council of America; Rabbi Harry Halpern, president, Rabbinical Assembly of America. Max J. Etra. president. Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America: Charles Rosengarten, president, United Synagogue of America; Dr. Maurice N. Eisen%  drath. president. Union of Amerij can Hebrew Congregations; and i Dr. Norman Salit. president. Synagogue Council of America. ^PROOUCTS {JUNE ^/BUTTER MARGARINE vff&R. -gfcyrfs^ %  %  .. 8fo% ^Aeli^/ted f *A(enu)kieb fe ffiecfi/e tft/ic Anct* cAocte ( GouUn'ifvl Me finest


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FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954 -JmlsiinerkMarj PAGE 7 A Brides Exchange Vows In Something Borrowed And Blue Miss Ann %  •n/amin Ann's Grandparents, Louis Benjamins, |To See Her Ring Mr. and Mrs. Louis Benjamin, |]637 SW 10th st., are looking forhvard to seeing their granddaughter [Ann this summer and taking a look 1.1 her engagement ring. Ann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. [( larence B. Benjamin, of New AI|bany, Ind., are announcing her en gagement to Herbert S. LeVine, son I Mr. and Mrs. Morris P. LeVine, v.msas City, Mo. The bride-elect, whose most rent visit here with her grandpari nt > and other relatives was in January, attended Stephens College, Columbia, Mo. The couple will be married in "."ovember. Mrs. Arnold I. Cerfnar DuBois, Gertner on Trip to Jamaica Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Erwin Gertner visited Haiti and Jamaica on their wedding trip. They were married June 19 at the Roney Plaza Hotel. The bride is the former Annabel DuBois, daughter of Mrs. Syd S. DuboLs, 8040 Harding ave.. and the late M. Norman DuBois. Her brother, Jan Ely DuBois, gave her in marriage. Mr. Gertner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gertner, 1930 SW 21st st. Mrs. Milton Margulis, tbe bridegroom's sister, was matron of honor. Other attendants were Rita Spahn, sister of the bridegroom, Diane Edelstein and Gloria CapIan. Janie Margulis, the bridegroom's aiece, was flower girl. Irwin Schwartz was best man. Ushers were Joel Salzman, Allen Marcus and Harvey Marbach. Mrs. M*nk.ll Oran Brothers Give Anita Miller in Marriage Her brothers Harry and David Miller gave Miss Anita Miller in marriage. Anita and Marshall Channing Oran were united in Coral Gables Jewish Center June 9. Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Benjamin Miller. 620 SW 16th ave. Her sister, Mrs. Rose Altman, Barbados. B.W.I., was matron of honor. Marlene Estelle Altman, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Sarah Oran. 3925 West Flagler st. His best man was Jerry McLecoy. The" couple went to Cuba on their wedding trip. When they return to Miami tbey will live at 7270 SW 84th st. rd. Warhaftigs Reveal Sheila Kay's Troth Miss Sl-ilm WmrkmHif. *£wfa*' 350 Lincoln Road Mcnanina — Photse 5-5411 Entrance on Washington Arm. OCULISTS Prascripttona Filled Lanaaa and Tram— Duplicated Largo Solacfloa In Lortoat Stylos Far AN 30COLO*. -•* BLACK I WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY ftAROTIIL Sheila Kay Warhaftig and Murray Levranl are engaged. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Warhaftig. 1427 Meridian ave. The couple's betrothal was announced here at an open house given by the groom-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levrant, 1340 Flamingo Way. Both were graduated from Miami Beach High School. Miss Warhaftig attended the University of Florida. Mr. Levrant was a student at the University of Miami, served two years in the U.S. Army and is now completing his education. No wedding date has been set. The couple met when they were guests at a mutual friend's wedding party. Mrs. Morten Smith Westport Bites for Miss Nancy Shagan Miss Nancy Shagan became .Mrs. Morton Alan Smith in Westport, Conn., on July 2. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Shagan, 1400 Lenox ave., Miami Beach, and Westport. The bridegroom is the son of the late Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. Miami Beach, and the late David Smith. The Rev. Samuel Schwartz performed the wedding ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her gown of tulle and chantilly lace was made with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. Her tulle veil fell from a lace cap trimmed with seed pearls. Miss Joan Shagan was her sister's maid of honor. Michael L. Carlin, Westport, was best man. A reception at the Westport home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. The couple are students at Stanford University, Cal. Miss Sumdra Scftratcr Schrager, Lang to Wed Thanksgiving Thanksgiving will be the wedding day of Miss Sandra Schrager and Morty Lang. The bride-elect received her engagement ring at a dinner party given recently by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrager. 300 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach, at the Algiers Hotel. Mr. Lang's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Moe Lang, 8811 Dickens ave., who also entertained recently, honoring the engaged couple. Mill Schrager attended Miami Beach High School and graduated from Whitefield School. She was also a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Lang attended New York schools and served in the Army. He is in business in Miami. Barrish Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrish, of Hollywood, Fla., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Gerald Kenneth, on Saturday morning, July 10, at Zamora Jewish Center. A dinner honoring the Bar Mitzvah will be held Saturday evening at the Lincoln Manor. Finberg, Becker Bites in New York Mrs. Samuel Finberg, of 24 West 55th st.. New York City, announces the marriage of her daughter, Bena. to Mr. Bernard Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, 615 West 47th st., Miami Beach, on Thursday, June 10. at Temple Rodolph Sholom, New York. The bride is a graduate of Friend's Select School and Mi-,Illman's School, of Philadelphia. Pa. Mr. Becker is a graduate of Whitefield School and attended the University of Georgia. He is owner and operator of the Tangiers Motel. motive Soap Is Mildest! etter for Complexion Care THAN ANY LEADING TOILET SOAP... FLOATING SOAP...EVEN COLD CREAMS Skirt specialists mgreti milder clrarising is better for your complexion. Yes, a mild soap means less irritation more gentle cleansing softer, smoother slin. Palmolive brings you all these benefits because it's the mildest of them all. That's why no other leading soap or cold cream gels skin thoroughly clean as gently as Palmolive! 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PAGE 4 A FRIDAY, JULY 9 i*J jEssfsassus^ marr Act of Mart* ir ^j&rKx&Te&s&Zs 5 T.;.s u On* Vr Pr?M AJ >'•. %  FBED K. SH OCHET E ditoi ond P ubjathw Volume 28 ISTNQNDUN N ew s Editor ^JenistUcnJi^ ^ Slreet FFICE < SS5S2 2-114^2.8212 The Jawlaa norMlw >•• ruth t ..... n*rrtadW*_ advarl |C" MOO ~tT~n* T %  T I 0 N R Two V*r S5.O0 Friday. July 9. 1954 ^^ ^ Tammui 8. 5714 ,/; %  ..,:-' / D0JTT Sff 4WY SF4Tf OF BttfT I vpension l*rtbiVms ..-.-. rvt c: ; %  :;vr e recer.t Mn naaMhmMi MM* rom%  r are : OMMl .he** >...— a short T^BM! d ..* *:c ansi resides:* fcs r.v-e w.rressesi ;he crcwth : spcfvces*. rsf I aj :h* MM .-..errs the -* %  .-7>abo— :b* .5 ." .V %  v\ii awl As sMssdr %  r %  v .v ..\.-. .r s r ~ c r•raoa *r *v-ecv r'^s* a re—-..•* see—j %  *wsa A* kcqe ain a] .v.*)e i^rrs. vverSec OfMMM c-rs-rs* -eliasM pracnce **-$.: > %  -.. arccce.--. .%-. s. •""ase r-..-! %  are xsrw. rxeiA "ba^e com* ir carftaa'. v m a t Li VT andedMM -awnanu^ > h as v ransaaer *aroimcc thecr c* r rue wolal^ CMS. -% % %  mn rvijn: a: w s lib a : %  MM latHcus* David Bernstein and the Tercentenary CeIebration| Copyright AJP _., vnRK — Two simple four-room apartments on the first< rv brick building adjoining New York's renowned TwJ 0 „f.,c,. ervi %  JJ a ^ of 9Wf fMlMim# emplovt( ,^ WQ J ,,na rT'hlT undeTfour executives. David Bernstein, executive director! SSrt? SeS publicity; Heno" Schappercommun.ty relations; Sannan ? Dc-S-r. assistant executire director. What would ordinarily take a staff three times that size i, bei, mni'hed by these eleven efficient and energetic workers c<* VTJToSou to ..me. this small Tercentenary team has fully ente N | Se SalSc "piri. of .he historic and ...embracing tabor, en.ailedl £ preparation of the 300th anniversary of Jewuh settlement ,„ u,| D e land of promise Working hand in hand with this Tercentenary team of cour*. number) up l Memorial lr lr. Herri be held throughout the world wherever Jews :igcrte. I ta ^^u^^wafb^n m ES^S. on" An^n Jew^ hfe since the time of Columbus and W,h m ^ s.atelv bqure and black, luxuriant dred< of av and professional men and women. Rabbis anr hSa-OI a^d dress Dr. Herzl passed as a European rather than as a Jew whose exile, 3 roots nowhere. In the face of this fceU The historic task of organizing the Tercentenary machine placed in the hands of an experienced adn istein. son of the late Herman Bernstein, a Mr Bernstein's varied background former US. Minister. is a distinguished ::a\ h.crtus between h.mself and his broth ers, he •arly conceived the idea of a^aabcnal mytMe „ nP Among the many important posts he^has held was j Philippines. Duriag World War II. lewrv w.::-. which he fell hardly reInformation. .:se, but h.s Western colM A.-.S so intimately lden•d ?t Hertl Events of the decades •--• -c fv-wec she-wed this M be o sad ps:r^.-^\ ".,.! _.. s r:c--t-.s w.-o rouM hcrve bough. r.-.'-esv^e :-..-. Turkee at a fraction d sd nY HMOS iii'Mfciil in %  :;rftlerian bolocaust rj, .in 1904. ; ; -< r..s vs. >i But he had c< world V>s:: end those -. %  bt nurtured thai v.sion :•.:%  .;.-.he jer.ee..-ie ?He:;! foresaw and re pec. :c ever. :>i w-.:h leology of :-..< —oie:-s *e :re Z.cr.>: moremen. re :c.-' ------?c. .s :.-.:..Ir.-.er.' s.\ years ago by .. :e:rc: err. prccic—.et.cr. r? ctcnement ka ir* -e-.c f ;sv: •..*. % %  ; c.s. %  %  ..-'..:•..-.: cr :c do cry c wr.. s were be%  %  %  he sened with the Office of Wi •r.e'.and in what was then Palestine. v ^, an „, lhc Federal Security AdministratorOscar R F.wiati re h.s:c:,doim as set forth in the Mvijor t0 Presidents M-oeM. Queio fhe'enormity of the task in organizing the Tercen.ena Bernstein .old the writer, might be understood when compared tbe intricate and difficult situation faced by a national political ma during a .'residential campaign. While the scope of the work, ca ior constant liaison with leaders of state committees. i> about the problems are vastly different. On the wall ( Mr BernstenVs desk in what was once the living room of tbe fn th#^J, m Ma modern Israel apartment, hangs a large VS. map with hundreds of pins earmark oi them have the local the Tercentenary Committees all over the country. The i f these centers depend largely on what b fed th from the Tercentenar) hub which air. Bernstein directs The y I dynamic appearing Mr Bernstein is taking Ms job wn \i II motto has always been "never to do a job unleM is and he certainly appears to be living up to hi s slogan. Ask how he compares hipresent job with the many previous ones he I held with such ureat distinct am. Mr Bernstein confessed that -thai th.' hardest |ob I h..\' ever had — in terms of work and pr t>lemJ uilved. but he added, "it is more intriguing The Tercer.-n.rj I captured the peoples imagination. The Jews •( America ke til and .he Tercentenary is ..n exciting thing for them N*w Advtntur* th< Tercentenary Committee u composed of groupeat ; th. divergent viewpoints in American Jewish life. >uh a the diametncally-oppo>ed positions taken by the An Council of Judaism and the Zionist Organizations, the wnt-r inq ol Mr Bernstein whether he had experienced any ideological : views within the National Committee Tfce scope of the Tei ry." he replied, rises above organizational credos The task, fectir.s e\en Jew in America regardless of affiliation, is all-emh and constitutes a new adventure in American Jewish life he While Committee members may hold different views, there frj .reement. and that is to inform end enlighter Xme the pan the Jew ish peoples as a whole have played in .tie buil of the nation. e dilferences of opinion may arise now and then he i tinued. but these are only superficial and do net in the least mu rr-eccc* the main objectives of tbe Tercentenary Here all the gn lewTse -:-...x: rr Ser.j=-i c; -nd that i> making history." he issjihariwrt There a: icoc. co— — as The h.stcrv recognition of something we all hold in common" £ ~* .r. r .:::.o: -cs Seer, included Dsep|aj| | Nia d The observance of the Tercentemary." 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l^wiislfcUEII/Diriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THtTJEW BH WEEKLY VOLUME 28—Number 28 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS i 4 Groups Oppose \pian to Change ICalendar Hit \By Jews Here NEW YORK (JTA)—A memoran|um opposing the proposed plan ur calendar reform, which is now |ndrr discussion at the Geneva .-ion of the United Nations Ecoionm and Social Council, was subniilcd here to the United Nations behalf of 64 national and cental Jewish organizations in the mtetl States by the League for jafegujnling the Fixity of the Sablath. Speaking in the name of Amerban Jewry, the memorandum requests the United Nations and its gencies "not to recommend any hange in the calendar involving he device of a 'blank day, or any ther device the effect of which nuld be to interrupt the continul> uf the week and thus destroy hi' lixity of the Sabbath on its efinite day in the week.' In support of this request, facts nd views are presented in the bemorandum from which it beomes clear that the League is not pposed to calendar reform in genral but only to such schemes as delude a "blank day" provision th a -ubsequent shifting of the Bbhath to different days of the leek. The memorandum points out pat if the plan for calendar rebrm now under consideration by be Economic and Social Council tssion is adopted and the calennr reform is inaugurated at the nd of 19S6, as suggested, then uesdav. the 1 of Jan., 1957, would called Sunday. Wednesday i>uld be called Monday, and the |her days of the week would be bitted in (he seme manner, so that ^r 52 weks in the year 1957, Jews nd other Sabbatarians all over the orld would be compelled to ob|nf their Sabbath on a so-called hur-day. New change* would be ade every year. The memorandum emphasizes bat the 365th day—the last day of ^57—would not be counted among days ol the week hi that year, i>t would be called a "blank day" "worldsday" or by some other me The 1st of January 1958. hich, according to the present blendar. will fall on Wednesday, Juld. in the proposed calendar, called Sunday. And consequently 1958. every Sabbath would I throughout that year on what now call Wednesday. Thus the Bbbath would fall on different >ys of the wnek as yean '. I rael s presence at the meeting. Mr. Sharett said that the Cabinet the Israel-Jordan armistice mission at which it was decided that an immediate investigation be started into the cause of the shooting. The shooting was started here by Jordan's Arab Legion with a barrage of mortars, automatic guns and grenades from its positions on the walls of the Old City into the Jewish section of the city. This meeting of the IsraelJordan Mixed Armistice Commission took place under the chairmanship of Gen. Bennike, and it was for the first time in several months that Israel participated in such a meeting. For the last few months. Israel has been boycotting the Israel-Jordan MAC meetings, under the chairmanship of Lt. Commander Elmo R. Hutchinson. U.S. N., because of the refusal of the commission to condemn Jordan for the massacre of 11 Jews in the attack on a bus at the Scorpion Pass, in the Negev. Israel Premier Moshe Sharett, at Truce Observance Machinery Under Fire; Tension is High TEL AVTV (JTA) — Israel was %  waiting action this week by the Syrian-Israeli Mixed Armistice Commission on Israel's complaint that Syrian troops on the shore of Lake Kinneret had opened rifle and Mortar fire on an Israeli patrol boat, killing one Israeli police officer, wounding two seriously and three others slightly. The Syrians fired from the east bank of the lake. Meanwhile, the whole status of the mixed armistice commissions and of the United Nations truce observance machinery was under scrutiny. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett reported to a press conference this week that the Israel Government had not yet reached a decision on the BriJ-h American-French proposals for easing tension on the Arab-Israel borders. He declined to reveal the nature of the tripartite proposals but confirmed that they did not include recall of Gen. Vagn Bennike, UN truce chief, nor addition of British officers to the truce staff. He also denied reports that the proposals called on Israel to provide a corridor in the Negev for Arab passage. He told newsmen that, without direct negotiations, between Israel and Jordan, he did not believe anything could be achieved. tosy Moscow Distributes Good Cheer *ed Propaganda in UN Trash Baskets L'NITED NATIONS (AJP)— 'wice a month, the Soviet delegation to the UN never fails to |di.-tribute among UN newsmen a j'ulky kit containing all forms M releases and magazines published in English The heavy kit includes late ropies of The New Times." a *''kly journal; "News," a Sov• t review of world events: 'Soviet Weekly." and "Soviet Union." <" %  latter jn the format of Life magazine, but brought out in a nuch more elaborate style with 'red pictures. All these publications, which are distributed from Moscow, are issued by the millions in some ten different languages. In all of them, the U.S. is pictured a* the main world villain while the Soviets are the saviours and light of the world. Here is one example of anti-American propaganda. Says The New Times:" The aggressive policies pursued by influential U.S. circles and their abettors have in the post-war years created great tension in international affairs. Washington's policy in this period consisted of attempts to impose its will upon other nations, to subjugate other states. to establish the undivided supremacy of the American monopolies in all the continents of the globe. •That policy runs counter to the urge of all peoples—an urge which grows more compelling as time goes on—for sovereign and independent statehood, for the realisation of their national aspirations, and for the satisfacCentinuad en Pass 4 A Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan, Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, wrote to Gen. Bennike during the week, charging that the UN official and the truce organization had overreached its responsibilities under the Israel-Jordan armistice agreement and the functions assigned the truce organization by the UN Security Council. Bannikt Pretests Gen. Dayan's letter followed receipt of a protest from Gen. Bennike that UN observers had been mistreated and threatened by Israeli officials who denied them permission to investigate at Me voot Betar the slaying of three Israelis by a Jordanian force. Israel is boycotting the Jordan-Israel mixed commission. An attempt by the truce organization to allay apprehension in Israel that Gen. Bennike will attempt to widen his powers and authorities to the extent that they will interfere with Israels sovereignty, was made by Hamilton Fisher, UN press officer. In a statement to newsmen, Mr. Fisher said that Gen. Bennike has no intention of seeking an extension of the authority vested in him by the UN Security Council. The statement said thai Gen. Bennike is determined to use his authority whenever necessary, honing and expecting that he will enjoy the full cooperation of all parties. At the same time. Gen. Bennike b equally determined not to abuse his authority to the detriment of 1 either party. had been kept fully informed of developments and would, if the need arose, be ealled into session. He also revealed that Israel had fully informed the UN Security Council of the situation and had instructed its envoys in the various world capitals to present Israel's views on the matter to the governments to which they were accredited. Speaking of the shooting. Mr. Sharett dec lared: Jerusalem's peace had been wantonly violated when the Arab Legion opened fire on Israel's capital along tbe entire sector of the armistice lines within the city. It was a deliberate attack without the slightest provocation, obviously planned and centrally directed." There were many minor attacks within recent weeks, he continued, such as stone throwing from the Arab lines into the New City, which resulted in injury to a number of Jews and some property damage. "This last attack," he said, "resulted in a number of casualties among the peaceful inhabitants. "In accordance with orders issued to all outposts, the Israel Army held its fire for some time. Eventually, however, in tbe face of increased and intensified Arab fire, il became necessary for our forces to react. When the UN approached the Israel authorities for a ceasefire, it was informed that fire had not been opened by Israel and the sooner the other side stopped firing the sooner complete calm would be restored." Mr. Sharett reported. "With UN mediation a ceasefire was agreed to, but after a brief Mil sniping from the wall by the Arab Legion was resumed, and toward morning there were further victims," he said.



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PAGE 8 A Zionist Gatherings Firey in Retrospect By DAVID SCHWARTZ Jg • *•* '" •" % %  "" jtwish Telegraph* Agency Now what do *• %  % % %  *" w^ — f icome to the convention WT? With the unopposed election ol T|M>V comf jmoni! other thrhfis. MoMimor Ma) %  'Waaldaal of <•<<•,, lu ..; r ,,„.„. |e*dera \t the Maoist convention just concluded, w % %  Sokolow slept on those same sheets and WisoUky. .nd_ GreenFRIDAY. JULY 9. 1954 ba um .nd Motzkin and a hundred (1 n( rs but for you he> dirty, eh?" You see what I mean. Eionist Organisation, the conven lion which has Just ended appear.* u> have ushered in something like ,,-.i ol good •Ul" it we aiaj bomn •" '>•"" front h^ntnriean P U tic*] hiator] Caftaintj no man is more beloved and a*ore rn&peeted kg kmerican Bonista than the fen IhHMn from TtianiiMi Uontst conventions in the been much of the nature ol pugilistic events l one* know 1 Is [or the Demp •nil!, but he dl t,iu % %  ,.• then • ghting W -. s Lips) recalling had an example of "hat good speaking hy lendan cn do. There is no underratms the power oi a • orator But a delegate eojnna aHo w hear luniself speak At one ,,u u nist Congresses one of tindelegates insisted that aa hour lowed tor inm to sneak But What it >our theme'asked Nordau, -that >ou require aa much tune "Id but "1 must Sp Let us not laugh D to the convention to hi that with their wives the) ill a' l>t •" %  chance to being hushed up ers were taking pot others, ho are ana storekeepers, shots i -heir heart of I -r-red eral. thenis the en*m> mtt t0 he Rabbis or statesn Vh,\ Lahor Uonist have %  chance to oei their ddressing Nordau at a an audience rhese tl • not sued as M '.•• \ • • %  he suffers also. I r a stor> qr aa American Si What had been sent as d to a aburgV he 9 •" Sentaer \* a boardil v ... pprd, he C ; to the of the dirtvw -I Ihe bed I thej were b ef ore the ska •They are tea dart) beepway 1 i* A -.uroulenoe .-^,. ~ M TI -,, in the LaTCAL WOT lit verv the EMM • OY PUBLICATION Preside V ^Vsr' -*6E iwwdtil COCNT> s cM*NCcn> NJ ves; sew al ix.wer \ %  \r dc Ka v \ n a :h > .V ;.". _.J -.-. .:: neguauag •i*r wag TVor ?s the coos*.* f coarse K aot re he —PrrMtd {Nee a Vst caose is bKter thaa aHMae at nal Bat that ss a*t the he> of the story W< aVSv I thank, are a e o nv e n OM h er n gt if at We ^ry a greaag autiaw & as a groat cea> wnajghai t: V: S.-^ %S• %  ? reretend the Tea CVeamanauairs. And e t an ta w i d to be a coav N € ~ eaangaj and aeanb Ha Ibnk v -~t .-.-. .-.-.c -~i .11 j ^2 w b w ——cic\ iv..re : c. TO** vLS J*> aa aaxseM ^^ ^ N xr t ^o, theee au>w fertrcafc. Three ceav a y-oar at vtach nerj tarmvn JMSKTM A-V.-.-L.T. .*r r'^c^ • v-V'i s %  Jem aa she %  gdaaagj ahai the neaaty a lag T\> v*:r*i-. n >>sxr*i #.-}., -j %  2 r '* yci^ a ^< • ana to thus fi taaiii m aVrasbkrat "* -•.-! r.-.x— • -^^ ,-x<. M ^~i *;-c* ^ a>! ^> -—1 %  UaaM FEATURE SAVINGS GOOD THRU SAT. JUtY m WI OPEN LATE TO 9 P.M. RESERVE THE k.CHT TO LIMIT QUANTITItS LADY FAIR FAMILY WHITE ENRICHED LOAF n n r A f^ STILL K R h A 1J ONLY SUNSHINE SWEETS SUGAR LB. BAG 12 39 c c FYNE IAKE ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING CANADIAN ACE extra strong BEER 12-oz. CANS 79 U.S NO. 1 CALIFORNIA JUMBO 36 SIZE CANTALOUPES FOR 35 C BLUE RIBBON U.S CHOICE CHUCK ROAST LB. 35 c



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PAGE 2 B + ltml*tnrrkltor_ FRIDAY. JULY 9, 19 34 PAGE I B g I Point Four Program Helps Israel's Agriculture &UlUmUU J-, 1 .,„„. m ,l.ion acre* of natural pasBy NURA LASKY Jewish Telegraphic Agency JEBl'SAl.KM—There is hardly a fanatag settlement, a factory or a Sovernment enterprise m lraol which in one way or another h.i> ot benefited from United States mic assistance. be it through :he supp!> of imported materials. lipajll iruidance. or help aitt • vvunterpirt funds' —Israeli mon<> which pajn for certain types ot American assistance and is used far development pnajwt) A veteran communal settlement wants to extend its irrigated area at Four"" releases the necrs .-ary cash Ma'hara dwellers living ;n canvas or tin huts MSd home? • Poi: %  • P 1 ^ :i bs --.ructures The Health Mmistrj ac w fa mm •A space "Paaat K gets -.hem The A Ministry m t glei %  %  l*nd rt ka The la %  ;w.th additional scores of millions of half -•" %  "* tStfSt counterpart pea** mm .t>in.mer, tag -: %  "< %  ome Ot thai They know the !" !" j£g fnr bTtftiOi big. modem teilding dwrn-trnm '."'t'^^ J £ totMled nearly T,. Ml which is h-mw center w hich have so rar -' 'of -Point Four" Thev also tow $18.000 000 and SJ1.000 0O0 laMM 1^^^ grants,n-aid which pound, "^ ^Jjffl Congress altoM 1. bead each rwervoir ****** gTS vear. and they know that .. -.'^^11 dVv tnor 'their foods and raw materials are : Ike country all day. on a million acre* of natural pas 1 .and Nine different grasses. I, i,n talk. th,n.n,;m. are r'nu produced al tkf • %  •"* Suitable for a particular part „f the country. I lh ,,twa~thelirst|>h.i>o. liUMi Continued on Page *B REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular vieita te your+iom* are |G| better and more eceXmilar v,.r DRYWOOO TtMMiMs ERADICATED NYLON TINT /METHOD ante a on rerrfc,;,, paid with them And they all know Bruce McPaniel. of Mam Bruce McDaniel has been direct the US Opaaationr Mission in Israel ever since I S aid began to flow, and now. after his term of office had once been extended, he :• about to return to America. Practically uujkadj to g] jwrnlil agricultural expert ar.d lawyer from Illinois for he is not a desk man. and during his 30-month Busaoa in Israel he has come to every corner of the CM >t oatof-tke-anj %  r.e rwao-. %  tax N mineral tot building ; roe*" he asked rhe-. %  %  %  .. • Four %  S I %  cement prpe> being laid in nth. could rtatiftics be:, meaningful and •he various opera are interrelated became abundantlv clear when the group first vi>i;ed a 500-acre grata farm near Migdal Aaeavlon. Just north of the Gam atrip, where ind tka Agriculture m tyx.i cooperath produce the ingredients for the res*^. ae of Israel's close Lula Jones Mowers for All Occeiiens D I I I V f 1 • Cut flowers o Potted PleotS o Cerieeei o Funeral Desigas e Wedding* o Parties 1910 s.w. sth nan 2-5790 Phones 2-5384 Straight Wear Drywood or Sufetarr TRULY N0LEN. MIAMI 841 Biacayne B'vd 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH 1741 Alton R.j, 5-3444 •00 or ""hone Me NAT OANS S-4li — 4-frMl Lire INSURANCE NEED* Metropolitan UHe Ine Co, S07 •lacoyno %  Ids. 1t W. FlaQlee St. aart W Wall ": rccaaar :r Of -r T?: ccic bos r<--rfc.-rec rve;sc=.-e: d_-*-;: c: : ..-: ;^ ".are; S _c.-" Cc-~il r:e*3dea; aaafaari B ":* Wafi J? ; :-.-.-..-. r '•'. jj.si ;: wiaan be neoeiTec ?.: '-s i-i rc-.-r ;: -: Lc-s ic:**s i_-e; and S-;^* ;_:.-: aaca Pa hf*M tajan .%  ? w-3 mmmmt tc 1 .'.1 --:r-; -r. Fe-^er-. err. V 0 %  I! : .M ;; 5 Ff£ NOW Tool ru Drtaai VH TV U*J ?e Teal efoan orrrn^rT Oov a o O X \ Sairio DCXTORS RECCVVESD SUGARINE r: Asrr: rs. ; \;--r: 31 ~s AND LOU CaVLOIUl DIETS %  -" N • ,• .-.rs -Oi. Sia Bctbo..O y 75c AVAILA8LI AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE YOUR CWLO can \tm~n t PAtNT cad PLAY IN THE BAND! *m tfcts aWajfrrW mm tm*ti 9 mm and Art P> % %  *?">? — Scutes* — ." %  %  *% cae r=; C-aoaPoc* 4 ar ITr**ss at 35,, v Mstsir A Art 4 amp MOUHT HBO CEMETERY or ZatnncTjoif NORTON TIRE CO.'s EXPANSION SALE EASY TERMS $ 1 00 Gets You ROLLING Ail Credit Handled by. NORTON TIRE CO. Veu Are Not -Farmed Out te a Finance Company. •CM I U.S. Royal AIR-RIDE ..1-..:..:. Jst LINE 1st QUALITY • 100 : LttaJi BRAND NEW SIZE 640x15 670x15 710x15 760x15 800x15 820x15 n • • 22 70 23 80 255 31 70 33 IC tt€ 14.95 15.87 17.60 19.24 21.14 21.95 US! vatTnui 27.80 29 20 32.35 35 35 38.80 40.50 M taaaai: In | r la UM uu •ti 18.53 19.47 21.57 23.57 25.87 26.95 Buy Them Sts — Gcf a 4 Factory Froak U.S. ROYAL Dokaao Heavy D*ry TVBU FREE A Brand New U.S. ROYAL DELUXE TUBE Wrtfi Every Full-Cap Purchased During This Sale For The Sale Price Of The Tire Alone. U.S. ROYAL FULL-CAPS • IfMaT Uatl NIW • WIA* UKI Mw # 00AJUWTHD IfaTI r*fW 9x15. .. 7-. S7.93 7nn vie; c a cu 710x15, 760x15 700xl5. a ^ arr ..$ Ml 800xl5ccrcrirT.$l-Wt 820xl5y^rr-^..$lM§ M^-a^^itltM ... \ NORTON TIRE 1 I MIAMI 500 W. Filler MIAMI 8IACH Norton Pol lot Tirt Co. 1 454 AH — Rood MIAMI 4900 N.W. 7nfJ mw. NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7th AVCJ. SOUTH MIAMI-5930 SaMfti Ourit



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PAGE 4B y^istJhrmUL FRIDAY. JULY Full Text ..wing II In* full It of. • J U U 1. !-•. from •' „f i*r*l %  ..: lb. 8* Ian hotfired in defense from police post> directly exposed to Jordanian at tack, no fire was returned for two hours Eventually, however, as the Arab firing continued to gain in intensity and striking power, it became necessary for Israel forces to react The exchange of fire lasted from 23:49 hours until 01 00 hours on the following nior: At 22:00 hours, machine gun fire pened from the Augusta VicHoapiUl in the Mount Scopus demilitarized area on the Hebrew I'niverMty compound Thi> fire was not returned When the United N 'nice Supervision Obsen %  .ched the Israel authonties about a fire they were mf mmed that the %  had not beer, started b> Isand that complete would be restored as soon ceased firing Thi the mediati the x I Qj representatives a ceas n. but after a brief lull. the Old City sumed and contin08 3*' %  %  '%  :• I >54 caus%  %  •-. I did not ret I • 1994 111 : -ed The f of Staff oi S • • %  %  The instructions for ensuring the 'cease-fire have been observed meticulously on the Israel side >nipmg continued from the Jordanian side after 18:30 hours and has re>ulted in the wounding ot three women, a boy and a girl Further casualties have -inc.been reported. Fire was ah directed by the I Jordanian* on the United Nations Observers in the Musrara Quarter the\ wen in carrytions and in latin, the wounded from the danger zone. The*e latest attackconstitute a De deliberate aet of repud II bv the Jordan Government oi its U its under the Armistice •rent It would seem that the international n flouting ol the nt in th. .-.... the Goymmit this sturbance oi the : %  :.. which world. n< •' %  Th. have the honour to request that this letter be made available but I to the members of the Security munc.l and be circulated among all member! of the In.ted Nations. PleaiC accept, etc. M B KIDRON \cting Permanent Repn-M-nHtjvtj ot I-rael to the United Nation.*#% I I SUNRAt P4KK ^ HEALTH RESORT HOTE. SAN "*rtu o nr wMtirrwa MIAMI ri_CT>A 'J&fcy -" %  •%  U TV* UMH. iKTIXtnl Wlit l.c &f Ph. 58-7881 TtaffUUY ITS SMAITTO SEE THE %  HUE ROOM m 1 '_ A TJ£1 M • -IOO0M KOSNEt lESIiUltNT I •EllCATIl.1. 4 Un-fac (iK'irMt in 0IK/K< Pleasure CaMakeH7 C*WM DIMI Htt Wmt Seiner one Kn.shts from SI.SO Oelxatessca •• Tk Heatr 1141 WASHIhCTOW iVL OtrOSm CITT MALI MIAMI BEACH %  Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program II H 2 ... it MM first mmi ha. & This hatom MM Uwitk JManajtw NORMAN H, LYONS. N RJUrOU TBM CATERING DIVISION au mi units R 0 S E D ALE *ESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DIN.NG ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING W N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 97996 | WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Vlalt Our Farm at Bn4 f Blr* Rd. A S"im' Creeh TRIMS v..r WAISTI TNRIUSv..rTASU| JVO-CAL atsoiumr N0N-rjnEi! Aasotumr DCLHMOWI • £0LA.CIH • CttMSOOA •aiACKCNCinr FREE! UMM %  oeklat "eea racti far Fun and rltalth' Writ* iawtham B• v. •rfi, 3*01 M.W. SlTh >t.,Mlaral. /Scv%k*i> Coffee Shop 26th and Callint (Foaplete and 5be/Af/icrea $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-189J "In Our 20th Year of Community Service}" Dade Federal CAN HELP YOU WUH LOW COST, EASY MONTHIY PAYMENT HOME FINANCING to BUY, BUILD, REFINANCE, REPAIR or REMODEL Consult our friendly Home Loan Otnclala about your home financing problems NOW! THERE'S NO OBLIGATION I Dade Federal %  rO&lPH M HfTON. *opoilh Branch U W N W. 36th s.„„ Mo* Otnt* *i "llrt*. ta"0"" aa"< HOI S.W •* *•— RESOURCES EXCEIO 57 MILLION DOU>*S RESERVES EXCEED J^ MILLION DOLLARS



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FAGE 8 B > L~utnrk&r FRIDAY. JULY 9 u Decline Among 'V Workers NEW YORK (JTA)—The National Jewish Welfare Board has issued a report stating that the criti-| cal shortage of professional per-1 sonnel engaged by Jewish Comnmnity Centers and YMYWHA's; worsened during the past year.! The expansion and increased de-1 mand for Center and Y personnel in evidence since 1946 continu-; eUV the report sad. "By the end 1 >f 1953 the number of full-time professional workers required tot.illed about 1.300 At that time; more than 120 vacancies were on record, compared to 77 at the end ol 1952." Reasons given for the growth of the field outstripping the available supply of manpower were the facts that only a few more than 40 Jewish students with an interest in group work were being graduated from schools of social work and that competing attractions in the businesworld and other professional settings are draining specialists such as health educators and nursery school teachers In spite of the decreasing >up ply of new workers, the report points out. the placement of workers in (.'eater jobs totaled 215 in 1953. the highest figure in more than ten years While the demand for workers was observed in all categories, proportionately the j greatest increase of vacancies was 'in the executive class. The need for superv!>,.r> lUff was also accelerated Of significance too was the growing demand by national and other local Jewish organizai tions tor personnel trained and experienced in group work To attempt to meet the per-" nel shortage, the Centers and JWB have explored imjn and IMUU "t attracting young men and women \ to Center work and have conduct I ed a number ot projects such as a : recruiting conference mil scholar ship funds. I. R. Goodman Group Presents Skit; Slates Meeting for July 15 I R Coodman Croup of Hadassah held a membership tea at the home ol Mrs Bertram Miller, 5493 North Bay rd on Tuesday evening. June 29 |UM Dorothy ParKer. membership chairman, was in charge of arrangements. The program, under the direction of Miss Frances Lebon, included a skit. "Its Kasy aPie. performed by Mrs Sam (apian, Miss Parker. Mrs Jack Wolf. Miss Martha Kabrikant. Mi-Kvelyn Brown and Mrs Benjamin RappaP r •. i The newly organized choral map, led by Mrs Alfred Karg. presented a wrtoi "i I-'--"' 1 M, "Participating in the singing Mrs. Rose Goldner. Miss V-JL' Miss Frances Lebon. Mrs w 0 | Miss Marguerite Marx and lflj Ceil Rubin. I A membership appeal by yijA Alfred Karg. president of „J group, concluded the eveatnrJ program. Next meeting of the I. R Goodl man C.rouo of Haduxsah will k.1 held on Thursday evening, j u J IO. at a: 15 p.m.. in Kneseth isrJI Synagogue. Boat Ride Scheduled Dov Chapter, Mizrachi \V(,m er I will hold a boat ride on Sunda*f July 11, at 4:30 p.m., from Pier Miami, on the Seven Seas excurl sion boat. Proceeds are for YoutJ Aliyah. Chairman is Mrs Lou,,! Block. 8,024,852.54 IN BUT 18 MONTHS //L's is t£e fastest U7?craw? C^dA^t^s /ns'tltZotayn Crv t&e CAUSE When one Strings institution outstrips all others throughout the I'nited States in growth there must be a compelling reason. Indeed, in the cue of Washington Federal, we believe our members will agree that the unu-ual rate and substance of our development is based upon not one but three reasons — Evidence of Security Convenience ...and a high degree of Personal Service lo our memberand to the community we serve. If jour savings are now placed elsewhere, ma\ we \ou consider the main advantages which Washington Federal offers M>U — Progressive Service? for Progressive People 1. Liberal Dividends 2. Savings Injured (up to S 10.000 per account) 3. Convenient — 1244 Washington A\e. between City Hall and the Post Office 4. Save by Mail —No Postage Required 5. I dique Home Improvement Plan 6. Safe Depo-it Boxes at Lowest Cost in Florida 7. Payment of Electric and 9 15 Surplus and Reserves 88 386 00 Total Liabilities and Reserves *8.024,852.54 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Jack D. Cordon Arthur H. Courshon President Michael SteokknT MX President Ceorge W. Hirsch I'ue Prudent & Comptroller Chattel Silvers Secretary Ben Ciller I 1B> President Milton M. Gaynor Treasurer Jack R. Courshon Claude Pepper v WASHIN ASSOCIATION SAVING MTAMI BEACH 1244 WASHINOTONAVE. FEDERAL MEE PARKING



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J al .-i c: M Itl W XT n P < : rr n oi V JBM B'riYA Ptow /•* %  t J rffl m n i.m for bis "n* .,,.,,,,„„• He "Our '" r and Thvard. In his career U publicist lr]arv pcn( a l..?> which Carrie, nis ..|, Appeal ,.,„,,, Hl'tonetJ S-ieu-ty n a and writer, he has been the d.reef.mll) bistorj back "> A ,ra "? : Rabbi Lehrman i< i im-m ^ n e arty history tar of the Ztai* Bureau for the "The ****V**J*^ K U" B-binical Amblj Amer ^ |J|( irminit) oj H..r pntinj ine l e* „| :l in through Region: and „ editor K ffK %  %  ££ £ t^SS -The Ne totenutJOMl "iear A> h .. recent wort heist ., ,. Ih( LM lUMta. •* Book." %  ro IHu • • hon s Mlller a* inadcr r York ,„, ,Md rvn1 : %  rnanv. Dr Lvumthal is the auth v, SM I By," the Drst qui nl coeaprefiensivt rk m any Ian casting System program < juage on .lev. aurties in trains .idle Of! • man is %  rattaa \l \ ; presiRabbis Plead for Condemning Of Rumania Continued from P9 1 B \ u..,p.r pr.-,d., md .. spiritual Emanuah, M clair, S.J.. prior to tal er the Temple Emanu-EI pulpit. Al the time that Rabbi !-• hi med hiduties in Au( ti in. with >hip ol 290 onductcd sen 1415 Euclid ave In th< inc years, the membcr-h p h..Menria UwttlU' uel Proctor Davtd Goldfield and Sum %  he National O nunuoit] I Adris amid cunae In i J >' ,-eph R V. to 1.000 families '.he I'nder Rabbi Lehrman McCarthrism." UM rabbis -clared s ^ip. the c that ructure al 1701 Was ••-•••• jraged ave which has a l" lin r permitted I DdiacrimiB,. not only for local itely on one ar. den'.-, but also for the man) thou "B> itini sphere of sands ol tourists of Jewish : res % %  vacationing in and >r in Miami ng inevttaBeach, sly becolie to the Rabbi Lehrman wachosen in polio ted DM of 1947 b) the Greater M wish tivated Ft visit the DP camps either by pen pudges r psj and Israel as chopathic net-.their own. dethree representative ol thi M r ys the mat • mment community His report on the -.iidence of the plight of the Jewin Europt people" Israel brought him national rec On Liberal Judaism in Israel, nirjon Numerous communities -.he convention endorsed the hope throughout the South utilized hithat an indigenous liberal Jewish services in their fund raising el i emeni m oe estaousnea in ivru auu me uitditi .•uunn c ;-rael. ish Federation presented him with Friday thru Monday (July 912) WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE MORNING = ~ Z-SATLRDAV SUNDAY VC-.OA"7*C To**] T:1S 7:30 4S c ot •. :•: :•• %  • \ M T...• %  %  •;1. •• -.. % % %  • %  S.3C -..•!•• i %  £ 00 MS $:30 T • '.'. • %  r, f{rj M r • •0:00 I-. )...-10:15 10:30 •0:45 .%  • -• r *•. 'hi Tr*kl v.-oo y.. Bis p 1: T Llf Mi %  11:30 •'-s %  : .o:-.g :. t Cow •• 8 h F.-r T.>m. AFTERNOON -2fl I K* Col N f •J-15 Lert of i. •• %  2:30 W. •2*S i:0C t-r.u n VA.-.h Jua> 1:15 i 30 Art !.•.;.-•1:5 In : • %  I :) P-K Payoff J:1S 2:30 lack %  2:46 ot Air i 1 it c",..r N. % % % % % %  Life T"it*w \v. Tr>< R 1(1 l> A-.n'ocd Br • h \V. Judy %  .td \'.. %  %  % %  •• %  %  'V. .e T.. 1> A: r .-.I 1: i i\:,.!l Mr. iv.x GaMc Jackie s Houa aUfui roj Ara Thr Air •; b..n T Wt W Fthr Mr P^pra Arr-ai^jr Hour M**t T. )•..-%  : •• M~I7T ; '" • K'J Ta i> Asa .—i R>nli-k Hfi-t s'. : i. Sports € 00 Ti. ra u..,:hnnan 0 J^B K*war-'E V E NJ N G >• %  Be Ann'cod *:45 ••• %  i=£_ 7 00 ~ ~ f 7:3 ?:• I 51? '''-."'•use '.( .-•iai T*o K • :15 S:30 lohnnjl Vlarii To Be Ann'ced To l> A:n K1 Ju\*ini Jury To i> in J *' k "' I>.n Raner v.. najrtiaaa DNJ Uwarea |] R>ni.-k Rn.'i ; ."*) ,: "Co wmy Hour Burn.. A I Tal • I ilKTKitti Man l.'jj '* hu 1 Lo\e Lucy Mv FIT. Story '"• W-b 'ne j^_T". Co p; shjnif 'V M. Lin* -"-'v i:-.id.-"kT^nrrTTTNaTF^-^— —r-r '0:30 K.. .<•..r^ % v .„ ''. %  .•' '1 T..n 11:00 N.*,. ,„-,.,, pj~ — rh T. Y I... 8SS' 1 M vS^ -•fs -.irbo a : 12:15 i i refrigerators have iuoMmiC£m\ i SERVEL ALONE makes your ice "cubes" without using trays — and puts 'em in a basket -AUTOMATICALLY! U4K Why not start enjoyinf a new Servel Hj your kitchen now! En J0y completely carefree automatic defrostm!n."I* Separate (re er ""Pt. pent-door shelve.-every deluxe 'e.tr.pl, the great convemence of NO MESSY ICE TRAYS! ** |p > ou %  own the most modern, the most beautiful,,he ^! ^ automat.c refr, g er.to, „£>_ the "national new 1954 Srvel' S* it nowTrade ,n your old refriger*• -"PensiveTt ?JiS ei,y S HOW INEXPENSIVE IT IS PIUS EVERY DELUXE FEATUl YOU EVER WANTED! • lr§•, separate fraexer camp masst holds up to 80 lbs. of fro foods! • A utomertk sJafra** completely I freel •Adjustable skelves-effortlet* / changed! • %  uttar keaaar-full pound at temperature! • Par It iehr — — roomy, wide, •ent! • Tris-saver h—aM open* at au l "t T i r o n — <| ii|i T 10 fullr on the freezing ayoteen! • 3 opplloam 1st 1 -rofrigerator.ff ce-maker! TO OWN A NIW SERVEL TOOAY AT MIAMI BOTTLED GAS,' ONE OF THE SOUTHS OLDEST AND LARGEST DBTRIBUTO* 1Q 1 W. Flaqler Street Phone 34645 MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW HOMESTEAD BRANCH 800 N.W. 73rd Street Phono 844)671 COR. FLAGLER and XBOME