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The Jewish Floridian ( July 16, 1954 )

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e\wiislbJEIIiDipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ,UME 28—Number 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS •hnston Optimistic In Report On Jordan River nesset Votes Against Move To 'Capture Jerusalem 9 President's Envoy Says Moslem Bloc, Israel to Accept Principle of International Partnership W SViL*.:^ .': %  <$ Ee up view of a desecrated tonab on the Mount of Olives t of Jerusalem. Jordanian Arabs destroyed more than half area last week, according to Mordecai R. Kidron, of the ^ei delegation at the United Nations. rp n I ron Protests to Hamnarskjold rabs Ruin Mount of Olives Burial Places Secretary-General Dag Hammar.skMid, concluded: "The gravity of these acts of deseration and vandalism is accenj tuated by the exceptional character of the place where they have been committed. For more than a thousand years the Jewish cemetery on the Mount of Olives has been one of the sites most cherishr ed and venerated in the religious sentiment and tradition of Jews throughout the world. Throughout the centuries pious Jews have journeyed te the Holy Land in order to ensure themselves a final resting-place on the Mount of Olives. "Interment or reinterment on ITED NATIONS (AJP) — In \\ Nari-like manner, the JorArabs have desecrated more b.ilf of the area of the ancient cemetery on the Mount of i east of Jerusalem. Late last night. Mordecai R. Kidron, permanent representative lei at the UN, submitted a let the United Nations inform be delegates that he has ren -1 KI Me information -from furnishing conclusive proof extent to which the destrucIrul spoliation of the cemetery proceeded." Kidron's letter was aecomby a number of photowhich showed "tonfbstones t'tely destroyed or removed h> me parts of the ground Bed*." The* 'letter also stated "seme of the missing. stones JM'd in the construction of a |a in Jericho. The remaining were overturned and brokIsraeli letter, addressed to >ndon Flays K rypt's Stand JON (JTA) —The British iment deplores the state' made by a highranking Ian Government official that [the British troops evacuate' IK-Z Canal ares Egypt would an opportunity to attack Isielwyn Lloyd. British Minister |te for Foreign Affairs; tld l>use of Commons this week.' tying to questions by Cman-. inwll,Laborite and former tr of Defense in the Labor tt, and by Conservative MP Amen. • Mr. Lloyd said that |-itement by Major Salem, a of the Egyptian ruling was very much to be deif it "were the view of the Ian Government." A moment Te removed any doubt that .•ntinued en Pa** 13 Continued on Po H WASHINGTON (JTA) — Ambassador Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's personal envoy, returned to Washington this week after a month of negotiations with Arab and Israeli leaders, with an optimistic outlook on the prospects of a program for water and power development in the Jordan River Valley. Ambassador Johnston informed President Eisenhower that Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Israel have accepted the principle of international sharing of the waters of the BULLETIN JERUSALEM (JTA) —An Israel Foreign Ministry spoke sman stressed that Ambassador Eric Johnston's earlier statement in "Washington on the prospects for conclusion of a regional water and power development plan for the Jordan River Valley must be regarded as reflecting the Ambassador's" personal views, not those of Israel. The spokesman added that as long as no agreement has been reached on the main principles of the project nothing definite can be laid down about Israel's agreement to any principle whatever, apart from a general positive attitude toward a regional water settlement and apartment from the settlement of Arab refugees in the neighboring countries. As for Mr. Johnston's statement concerning work on the Bnot Yaacov power station on the Jordan River, this too must be regarded as the Ambassador's personal views. It in no way expresses the view of the Israel Government, Jordan River and are prepared to cooperate with the United States in working out details of a mutually acceptable development program. President Eisenhower requested Mr. Johnston to return to the Near East to seek farther reconciliation because the findings of the recent trip were considered so promising. Mr. Johnston will go within the next few months. Progress made during negotiations just concluded, said Mr. Johnston, clearly indicated a desire to evolve a workable plan for economic development of the Jordan Valley despite outstanding ArabIsrael political issues. An early understanding of all aspects of such a plan is now a possibility, he declared. The plan involves the acceptance by the Arabs and Israel of the following principles, announced by Ambassador Johnston: Waters of the Jordan River system should be shared equitably by the four states in which they rise and flow. This principle was characterized as implicit in both the Arab and Israel plans. A neutral impartial authority should be created to supervise withdrawals of water from the river system in accordance with the division ultimately accepted by all parties. The precise nature of such an authority remains to be determined. (State Department sources said the authority might be a neutral group or a United Nations agency). Amelioration of the condition of the Arab refugees from Palestine should be a principal objective of the irrigation program for the Jordan Valley. Broad lines of understanding as to the total program should be reached at the earliest possible time, not only in the interests of the refugees but in the interests of economic progress and stability in the area. Storage of irrigation waters for the valley in Lake Tiberias "will be considered open-mindedly" by all parties, when progress in developing the valley inContinued on Paoo 14 Herut Proposal Downed; Ties With West are Urged JERUSALEM (JTA>—The Israel Parliament this week approved by a vote of 66 to 12 the stand taken by the Israel Government in the Jerusalem battle which raged for three days last week and in which the Israel Army was ordered to display restraint and cooperate with United Nations observers. A proposal presented by the extremist right-wing Herut deputies suggesting that Israel capture the Jordan-held part of Jerusalem in order to prevent further Arab attacks on the Israel section of the city was voted down by 70 to 8. A resolution introduced by the Communist deputies demanding the vi— of tha ancient cemetery on the Mount of Olives, where Jordanian Arabs last week desecrated more Zn hauThe Jmbs. This cemetery habeen cherished by Jews as a sacred site crated more for upward of 1.000 years. AJP riwto UN observers be driven out of Israel and rejection of the Western Powers' security plan for the ArabIsrael borders was defeated by a vote of 73 to 3. Pinchas Lavon, Israel's Defense Minister, rejected ace usations against the Western powers and against United Nations observers in Palestine, in the course of the date. Mr. Lavon said that what Israel had to do at this time was "not to cut off relations" with the Western Powers, but rather to "recapture their understanding and friendship." As for the UN observers, he declared: "It suffices for me if I know one observer who spent several years in a German concentration camp for saving Jews not to accuse all observers." Israel's policy today, Mr. Lavon said, "is the same as yesterday's— Continued on Pas* 14 Lebanese Say Israel is Guilty UNITED NATIONS (JTA>-In a letter to the Security Council, the Government of Lebanon has accused Israel of responsibility in last week's "small war" in Jerusalem between Jordan and Israel. The letter, which the Lebanese delegation asked be circulated among Security Council members, described the three-day exchange of shots as "yet another act of aggression which was perpetrated by the armed forces of Israel against the Holy City of Jerusalem." The Lebanese missive repeats the Arab version, which Israel has denied in a letter previously circulated. The Jordanians earlier charged the Jerusalem "war" as another example of Israel's and Zionism's "expanionist move to destroy all of the Arab peoples and to conquer their land."



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FRIDAY, JULY 16. 195 ^ictnrrkmr Won't Publish Honor Roll, Federation Reveals Greater Miami Jewish Federation Honor Roll and Yearbook published annually for the past eight years, will not be printed .n 19M. „ has been announced by Federat.on president Stanley C. M ^s I The Honor Roll contained the names of contributors of $10 or more, to the Comb.ned Jewish Appeal an d distributedto some ,.000 Je*.>H residents of Dade Countr last yeaf.! Decision to suspend publication 1 j„ pu or!tiing rearb*k* were to for 1964 at an •experiment" was interpret agency s >ervicev pay reached by the executive commit tribute to Federation contributors, tee of Federation at its first ofprovide volunteer workers with ficial meeting held June 22 in the campaign facts and a> an aid in i Shelborne Hotel. pledge-collection, Subject of yearbooks and Honor It wm fe!t bv tne executive cornRolls has received considerable mlttee that the same objectives jht by Federationar.d vvelcouid ^ ac hieved through intenfare groups throughout the counMv< V ear-round interpretation, by printing of facts folders, continIn a survey of 112 Jewish comue< puD i, ca tion of the Federation house organ and :es. conducted by the Council of Jewish Federations and Weifare Funds, it was found that 47 printed yearbooks and 65 citiedid not Greater Miami was also ;reluded in the nationwide study Objectives of these communities Masada Plans Dance Sunday Masada. Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will present i -Bayou Ball' on Sunday night. J jly 18 9 p.m.. at the Hotel Robert Richter. The dance will be based on the iamous New Orleans Bayou Ball. and the Raed for Masada's local and overe includethe Kfar Silver Children's Agricultural Training School which is to be opened in Israel this fall. Sam Soldinger is chairman of the ball and is being •f-d by Sybil Kaplan. Lillian Bams. Howard Stein. Stanly JQSOwitz. Selma Shenkman Ira Joseph ^nd Archie Goodw:r. a wider BBC OS local press, as well a> radio and television programAccording to recent reports, a number of other large cities which suspended publication of yearbookhave agreed, in -ubstance. with this solution of the problem jubaum Named Head Of year round community mterpreQf Maccabee Lodge tation. Mrs. Yaqoda Hostess Chow Mein *.xl Mah Jong wi| be the order of the day when the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. Ban B'rith Women, hold their China, card party at the Shangn U Re* taurant. 15 NE 3rd are., on We*, nesday. July 14. 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Burton Yagoda. 200 SW Sift will be hostess. — DAY WOIUKRS $5 & U and Far* lasts • Partara • thhwatam C.kree Maids-Fart Tim* ar F.U TIM hi M il e tUmm ACE EMPLOYMENT 117 N.Slit Ave. Ph. I.M7 *o Chare* to tnleyr -David Ben-Gurion. Isrcel's iormer Meyer Passow. general manager Corporation, enroute on the first over the recently opened Tel Aviv direct access to the Red Sea. Prime Minister, talks with of Israel Tourist Service run cf an LT-S^mptorcoach -Eilat load, which given DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELM RELIABLE DAV WOUKEUt A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 N. E. M* MTMt' PMM AL MKIDCNBERQ. Nephrosis Group to Present Medical Man Greater Miami Chapter of the National Nephrosis Foundation will present a member of the Dade County Medical Association in a of nephrosis on Friday. July 16. 1 p.m.. over station WTYJ The speaker, also a member of the chapters medical ad board will appear on the local television show, -Brunch With th n ,ht 1952 e from 844 the year before. It cost the hospital $266,538 to care for 1.266 free patients during the year. Cost of free patient care in 1952 was S254.521 The hospital s expanding activi ties hiked the year's operating defi cit to $272,484. about $62,000 more Most of the George Albaum has become the new chancellor commander of Maccabee Lodge No. 182. Knights of Pythias, after having been installed by Pnat District Deputy Grand Chancellor Adolph Rachline of the Florida Seventh District Other Maccabee Lodge officers installed were Ham Heater, vice chancellor. Sam Arias, prelate; Dave Collins, master of work\1 Roth, recording secretary. Phil Jacoby. financial secretary. Harry Tamarkin. treasurer: Bob Arias, %  aster at arm-. Ralph Robin, inner guard: and Lester Ciine. outer. guard. WOLO s laa cr sT Efpc r C0KTR01 FREE INSPECTION Judy." explaining the dread dithat attacks kidneys, usually without warning, causing disturbances in bodily functions. The chapter also plans a deficit was made up by a $114,581 grunt from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal, and $150,619 from the Jumeetb,lee and 0,ner hospital program* :ng at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, room 2A. on Monday evening. July 19. 830 p m. A report made by the planning committee of the or-, lanization will be given at that i.me Function of the local chapter is to raise funds for research and to: educate the community about nephrosis and the various courses the disease takes. S. aJ. Kmtlman & M. Rephu HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Waahingtoa Are. 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1H5AY. JULY 16. 1954 alendar Reform? -Confusion By ARTHUR LEWIS JTA [UNITED NATIONS — Besides Infusion over the calendar reform finch the Economic and Social nuncil is considering at its session Geneva now, there is bewilder%  m and a great deal of ignorance pout what it means. Orthodox fwry is very much opposed to it, lit for a while, the newspaper, Dbservatore Romano, gave the npression that the Roman Catho('hurch was in favor of it—so Inch so that the Vatican had to Irrect this and officially inform [e United Nations Secretariat thai [did not support the present proj[ what is this project? It is known the World. Calendar and is what described-as a perpetual calen^r In other words Friday would on the same day of the month ITV year. This is done by taking ray the week day name of the last of the year and calling it irld Day. Thus, 364 days are left and 364 [divisible by seven into 92 weeks. hi extra .dav of the leap year is rked on to June and called World |iy too. The World Calendar also vides the quarters equally (364 | divisible by four) and gives the st month of each quarter 31 days Id all the other months 30 days. iQuite obviously, the present caljar which is nearly 400 years as it was drawn up by Pope h-gory in the 16th century and is (nun as the Gregorian Calendar ves a lot to be desired. The iTld Calendar is an improvement has an appeal for those who the days of the year to be diSed up accurately, but it offends |iscrvations Open Camp Carlylc Vctivlties at Camp Carlyle, Henimville, N.C., are in full swing the 1054 season, according to announcement this week by • Jean Arnold, director-owner. firs. A-.. A. Hayden, girls' head unsellor.' and Mrs. Murry Grossin, camp mother, also reported tt sports and cultural activities Mu.iithe participation of many (eater Miami boys and girls. Leading teams are Sandra Barin. Mike Gold, Charles Arnold, Kwi Grossman, Gerald Albert, ve Purish, Sue Miller. David and Danny Ostrowsky. fradii umal Friday evening servare under the direction of Mrs. nien, with campers assisting. Irs. Arnold indicated that a pited number of reservations are I available from July 29 through Bust 26 Mrs. S. Siegel, of Miami ich. is in charge of information may be reached at 3-1308 beJuly 20. <& to Tie WWe Mi. 58-7111 M.UI ROOM MnaeoaasiiM! religions whose holy day is the seventh day. The effect of the World Calendar would be that the Sabbath, which now falls on a Saturday, would be one day out of sequence with each year because of the World Day, and two days out with each Leap Year because of the two World Days. Thus, if this calendar were to be adopted, the Sabbath, which, according to the Torah falls on the seventh day, would not necessarily be on Saturday but could fall on almost any day. This would affect religious Jews not only as far as their employment is concerned but also as far as the schooling of their children and even voting. There is no voting on Saturdays now but elections might be held on a week-day which coincided with the Sabbath under the new calendar. A way around this would be to Wise HadctMah Plans Local Summer Affairs A summer card party is scheduled by the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassab on Saturday evening, 8:30 p.m. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Sam Bryman and Mrs. Ben Alpern. Proceeds will be for Youth Aliyah. According to Mrs. Benjamin A. Gladwin. president, the group also plans a theater party at the Biltmore Playhouse on Wednesday evening, August 4, 8:30 p.m., when motion picture and TV star Vickie Cummings appears in the Sam Hirsch production of "Late Love." Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Murray Weil, with Mrs. Sanford Jacobson and Mrs. Alpern assisting. save up the extra day or days in the year, those World Days, and make a week out of them; thus, the average year would consist of 32 weeks while every sixth year or so would have 53 weeks. However, this "solution" would probably raise other problems, and there are no proponents of it. Of course, it would have been a great feather in the cap of those backing the World Calendar if the Roman Catholic Church had supported it. Apparently, the Vatican is not against calendar reform but is not taken with the present project. Without the backing of the Catholic Church, it would seem as if the World Calendar does not stand much chance of being adopted by the United Nations. It has to be considered by the Economic and Social Council before it is taken up by the General Assembly. Both the United Kingdom and the United States are opposed to it, largely because there is no great desire for calendar reform in any of these countries. About the only strong supporter of the World Calendar is India which is proposing its adoption. The reason for this is that there are 15 or 16 different calendars in India, none of them accurate. 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FRIDAY. JULY 16. 1954 +Jelst> fhrldFfori PAGE 5 Nazis to be Back in Uniform by End of 1954 By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON—Nazi war criminals may be back in uniform by l he end of 1954 as a by-product of the American plan for the remilitarization of West Germany. The Defense Department has solicited advice from Nazi Field Marshal Albert Kesselring who was convicted and imprisoned for slaughtering 400 innocent men and women near Rome. Kesselring is also giving the Bonn Government's military planning office his expert recommendations. He has been honored by the Commander of the U.S. Air Force in Germany by an invitation to see the latest jet air[ craft and other secret weapons, The 1 Air Force was apparently deeply I impressed by his cooperative attitude and the respect he pays to ITS. officers. on the same day in 1950 that lK>">se)ring was freed from serving la fraction of his sentence, he was [fleeted president of the newly-re|' >•! sa pernationalistic "Stal Ilii-lm"—a war veterans' organization which paved the way for Hit ]'• %  and the rearming of Germany K.T years ago. The reason the occu|l jiinn authorities gave for releas|ii Kesselring from prison was that he was "dying of cancer." inee then, he has enjoyed the best >t health and travels throughout i-rmany and Austria visiting cron|i and vigorously organizing the new "Wehrgeist I nder the rules of the European |> Sense Community (EDC), French • nsent is required before Germany may rearm. Because the ^rench sensed the nature of the proposed new German army, they withheld the necessary approval. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles advanced a German scheme to by-pass France. President Eisenhower accepted this formula and obtained agreement on it from Prime Minister Churchill. West Germany is prepared to mobilize a hardhitting army of 500,000 within the next two years. The "go ahead" signal may be received from Washington before he end of this summer. Preparations have been completed on paper. AH the National Defense Commission in Bonn has to do is press a button and the wheels of the new German military machine will start to turn. The plans call for 12 divisions, six of them infantry, four armored and two motorized, plus an air force of 1,500 planes and 80.000 men, and a 20,000 man navy. Even before the EDC treaty was approved by the Bonn Parliament, the most competent veterans of Hitler's service were drawing up blueprints. They worked closely with U.S. officers. This military planning office is called the National Defense Commission because West Germany is forbidden by the Allies to have a formal Defense Ministry until it is officially authorized to rearm. The commission's director is Theodor Blank. -His staff long ago completed detailed plans for new training grounds, barracks and airfields, and a system for selecting officers, recruiting non-commissioned officers and conscripting 18-year-olds. The first soldiers in uniform will be 100)000 volunteers who will form cadets and training units for the subsequent waves of Draftees. Over 115.000 have already volunsion over the decision in Washingteered including Stormtroopers ,on t0 restore Germany as top miiiwho are fiercely proud of their al-1 t ary power in w e st e rn Europe is >„,,.,,., „ u;.i„. TU shared by many Jews who survived legunce to Hitler. The new army Wor|d War „ t y hard (or Jews will provide a table of orgapization | to accept the idea that they are befor 40 generals, 250 colonels, 900 ing protected from harm by the lieutenant colonels, 2,000 majors, 6,300 captains and 12.300 lieutenants. Gen. Hasso Von Maneuffel, Nazi armored force expert and now a member of the West German Parliament, conceived the new plan. The Manteuffel plan would ignore France on the EDC issue and create a national German forces under complete German sovereignty. It envisages the evasion of EDC safeguards against resurgent German militarism. There would be no integration of troops and no common budget, as under EDC, and no effective guarantee against independent German military action. President Eisenhower has placed his hopes in German militarism as an effective bulwark against Communism despite his own experiences in two World Wars. He has adopted the Manteuffel plan—with slight modifications—and persuaded Churchill to do likewise. France was invaded by Germany three times in 70 years. The French are understandably reluctant to create another German menace and doubt Germany's integrity as a partner in the struggle against totalitarianism. French apprehenremobilization of a powerful force led by convicted Nazis and murderers like Kesselring. Card Party Due B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold a card party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday evening, July 21, 8 p.m., in the hotels dining room. Refreshments will be served. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Ethel Lackey, chairman, Mrs. Milton Yaffee and Mrs. Eva Taub. Sae or Phons Me NAT GANS 3 4S18 — 4-tttl L'""B" INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lift In* Co •07 Blacayna Bldg It W. Flagler St. [Winx Chapter. B'nai B'rith Girls, named alter the Carl Weinkle [iamily. celebrates its annual installation at the home ot Louis [Goldiinger. president, shown slicing the cake. Prom left to Fright are Barbara Faber. Phyllis Gottlieb. Miss Goldfinger and iCcrrolyn Lapkoff. 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)A. JULY 16. 1954 J~*i v — %  h e e anded at Washington and got a job in a s furnishing store, the business which Jews virtually ipoltaeoTxasring the later 19th century. For a year. veled on the road as a "drummer," which at least Hrfated.~the process of Americanization. Returning to ojd jotfc. ih^ Washington, he read the Congressional >rd in spare time, and improved his English by listenthe. numerous speaker in the National Capitol. |he natsoB celebrated its centennial at Fairmont Park, inlelphia with an exhibition of its progress. Among u*ny. exhibits of unrestricted free enterprise, the inion of an obscure Scotsman, one Alexander Graham | attracted) but slight attention until the visiting Em per r l Brazil acclaimed the marvel of hearing the human through a wire contraption. Scientists took notice. [fhe press hailed the new telephone as promising to the telegraph. fell's Invention was hardly more than a toy for the kement of youngsters listening to each other's voices jgh the walls of their homes. People with spare py bought the sets and strung wire into their neighbors' houses. Sound carried imperfectly and speech needed repeated shouting for the ear to distinguish words at the other end. Bells telephone was merely an extension of the telegraph principle; an electrically charged wire with receivers at each end. The telephone idea intrigued the store clerk and bookkeeper. But he knew little or nothing of science or electricity, his formal education having ended in high school. He did read, however, a book or two on physics. What possessed him to tackle the rudimentary telephone is a question for psychologists. With his little spending money he fitted up a crude apparatus in the bedroom of his boarding house and strung wires to the rooms of neighbors and friends. He rescued every moment of spare time to "tinker with his toy." Strange to relate, he stumbled upon the two apparati that made the telephone into a practical instrument for commercial use. Berliner discovered the microphone, with its loose diaphragm that receives and transmits the voice through a wire, detached from the receiver. This sensitive transmitter enables words of varying sound or intensity to register on the ear. He also discovered the use of the transformer to prevent the fading out of sound and retain its vibrations on an even keel. These two improvements assured the stability of Bell's embryonic telephone. Without Berliner's invention, radio would be inconceivable. The Stabilised Telephone The struggling Bell Telephone Company pioneered with renting out its imperfect equipment. Western Union, in 1878 the richest corporation in Africa, became aware of the vast potentialities in the new invention. This company utilized the patent of Thomas A. Edison, as his experimental telephone surpassed Bell's in efficiency. The Bell Telephone Company could not compete with a superior product backed by the huge capital of Western Union. But chance intervened. Bell's agent happened to run %  across the Berliner invention. Negotiations resulted in acquiring Berliner's patent. He was given an important post with the company, and the telephone began its triumphal encirclement of the globe. Thanks to Bell's invention and Berliner's supplements thereto, the American Telephone and Telegraph Company is now the largest corporation in the world. Berliner now turned his attention to the talking machine. Edison had established its feasibility when his half-baked experiment talked back "Mary had a little lamb." The Edison Company was selling phonographs which reproduced on soft wax cylinders the human voice fjt a mechanical nasal twang. Again Berliner outdid Edison. Discarding the cumbersome cylinder as impractical, he invented the flat disc, which propelled the reproducing stylus or needle in a groove of even depth and varying direction. This disc of a hardened rubber composition could be produced in mass and sold cheaply. The movable reproducer was a great improvement over Edison's fixed machine. The Berliner graphophone developed into the Victor Talking Machine with its masthead of a dog listening to "His master's voice." Victor records became a medium of culture and pleasure in every civilized language and sold the world over. The magnitude of the new industry may be deduced from the million dollar royalty paid to the heirs of Caruso in the years 1921-25 by the Victor Talking Machine Co. Public Benefactor For the rest of his life, Berliner worked continuously on new inventions. He made important experiments in helicopters and helped to perfect the lightweight revolving motor for airplanes. He discovered the use of tile for acoustics in auditoriums. Nor was public health neglected. A pioneer in Pasteurizing milk, he was a founder of the Society for the Prevention of Sickness in Washington and became president of the District of Columbia Tuberculosis Association. Finally he awoke to the needs of his own people. In his last years, he displayed interest in the Hebrew.'University and the rebuilding of Palestine. But standing aloof during a crucial period, he left no impress oft Jewish life, and consequently remained unknown. Biographer Wile stresses his German antecedents, but the Nazis ignored and forgot Emile Berliner. 1LIGI0US DIRECTORY >RTH SHORE JEWISH CENwill inaugurate a summer fs of late evening services on B> at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer kmowitz will preach on the sertopic: "Quest for Peace." An Shabbar will follow. Rabbi I Mrs. Abramowitx will act as to the community. Liturgical Ion of the service will be led |udge Theodore Nelson in the nee <.f Cantor Edward Klein. fees on Saturday morning are 15 a m. with Rabbi officiating Idiscussing the Portion of the kMORA JEWISH CENTER will i-rvices Friday at &30 p.m., Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiat%  rvices will he held at 9 a.m. May and Sunday. • • • )RTH DADE JEWISH CENluill hold Friday evening serv' 8 15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry ica officiating and preaching P e topic: "The Meaning of the th." Cantor Maurice Neu will pr the musical portions of the ly. with Lucille Moore directIhe choir. The Oneg Shabbat ling will be sponsored by Mr. Irs Henry Taylor, whose son, will become Bar Mitzvah IK Saturday morning services im. Daily services are at 7:30 Ind 7 p.m. Sunday services are i m. • • • 4PLE BETH SHOLOM will Friday evening services at I m with Rabin Leon Kronish Hng and preaching on the "The Fiftieth Yahrzeit of %  >r Hen!/' Saturday morning ees arf at 10:45 a.m. > • • *PLE ISRAEL of Miami will •'ndajr evening services at > with Dr. Jacob H. Kaptabbi wneritus, officiating. %-: • • ^AELITE^CENTER will hold eveningWrvices at 8:45 p.m. lay morning services are at %  n. Mincha will be at 6:45 %  followed by Shalos Seudos. • • r ESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAwill hold services Friday at 6:15 ftm. Guest Rabbi KapII Sair Antonio, Texas, will Bte Saturday morning at 8:30 [Mincb* services will be at 1 !" CanUr Abraham Seif will 'he fnisical portions of the f • • • IPLI tMANU-EL will hold evening services at 6 p.m. y morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and preach on the topic: Pop Conductors to Be Honored Here The three conductors of the summer pop concerts will be honored The Responsibilities We Owe" to j Saturday at a reception given by Our Country Cantor Philip BrumMr nd Mrs. J. R. CNeil for the mer will render the musical porj Symphony Club of the University tions of the liturgy. Daily services Miami. The party will be held in the garden of their home at 1285 NE 101 St.. from 4 to 6 p.m. Honor guests will be John Bitare in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 pan. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening ter mus,c dh-ector and regular services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday inductor of the symphony; Izler morning services are at 9 .m. Class So' 0 !" "guest conductor for three in Perek will be conducted by H. successive concerts beginning SunEisenberg at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is' aa yand M ,^^ A 0 fte at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos 1 conductor ot fhe-summer pops AuSeudos. Daily services are at 7:30 gu,t B a.m. and 7 p.m. J Hostesses assisting Mrs. I. Dansi • • | iel Shorell. social chairman of the BETH JACOB CONGREGATION "Symphony Club, will be the Meswill hold Fridav evening services dames Jay F. W. Pearson, wife of at 7 p.m. Saturday morning services the president of the university; are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Samuel Turk, | Monte Sehg, Horacio Aguirre, Alof New York, vice president of the bert Pick. Claude Renshaw, Jeffer Rabbinical Alliance of America and chairman of its placement committee, will be guest speakefT Minson Wynne, Franklyn H. Johnson and A. Judson Hill. Serving at the punch bowls will cha is at 7 p.m. and will be folbe Mrs. John Prosser. Mrs. ('. K lowed by Shalos Seudos, with Rab-1 Jackson and Mrs. Sydney Weinbi Turk discussing Portion. the Weekly MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday j series, evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. traub. A limited guest list will include officers of the club and friends of the conductors and the pop concert Beach Zionists Share Lincoln Road Offices Miami Beach Zionist District an nounces the opening of its new New Yiddish Hour To be Heard Locally Louis Gross, veteran of over 20 years of Yiddish broadcasting, will begin a new half-hour radio propram Sunday, 11 a.m., over station WMIE. According to Gross, the program office at 800 Lincoln rd.. :Sui e 17, scheduled for a full hour according to Fred '•* %  P !" }J n |' in the evening beginning NovemThe Distrtctnow shares fac I.* audj ties with Gilbert Rappaport, Flor ida state drrector of the Zionist Organization' of America. As agents for Scrip, the, local District will also handle sale of food certificates for Israel at the new office. -^ y- ence participation at the studio. Currently broadcasting over station WJMJ, Philadelphia, the news analyst and former journalist has been a resident there since 1910. Gross intends to continue his Philadelphia stint on tape in addition to the newly announced WMIE local schedule. To take the form of a cultural and literary program, the broadeast here will Include organizational participation gratis, Gross said this week. Joseph Birnbaum, long-time resident in this area and known in the radio field, will be announcer for the new program. Featured Sunday will he a 15minute news analysis and a discussion on the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Theodore Herzl, father of modern Zionism. Guest speaker will be Hon. Harold Shapiro. Mayer of Miami Beach. Signe Hasso to Star in New Hirsch Production at Biltmore Theatre The international comedy hit that made a star of Gertrude Lawrence has been selected as the next presentation of the Biltmore Playhouse. The play is "Candle-Light" and will star Signe Hasso. with William Langford heading the supporting cast. "Candle-Light," the play that delighted theater-goers in Paris, Vienna and London before settling down for a long run on Broadway with Miss Lawrence in her first non-musical role, will open at the Biltmore on Tuesday night and run for two weeks through August 3. Miss Hasso, who has been best known for her many starring motion picture roles, actually is recognized as "First Lady of the Theatre" in her native Sweden. The lovely foreign-born actress has played hundreds of roles at the Royal Theatre in Stockholm, where her first major success came at the age of 19 when she was chosen to play the titlerole in "Mary Queen of Scots." Her American movie career began in 1942, and she has been seen in "Assignment in Brittany." "Heaven Can Wait," The Crisis" and "Where There's Life," co-starring Bob Hope. On Broadway, Miss Hasso was seen in the starring role of "Edwina Black" and co-starred with Melvyn Douglas in "Glad Tidings." "Candle-Light," which deals with valets and parlour maids as urbane as their masters and mistresses, has been adapted from the Austrian of Siegfried Geyer by P. G. Wodehouse. creator of the famed gentleman's gentleman, Jeeves. The current Sam Hirsch production. Time of the Cuckoo," which stars Luther Adler and Claire Luce, will play through Sunday night with matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Signe Hasso Rabbi Turk to be Guest at Services Rabbi Samuel Turk, of New York, vice president of the Rabbinical Alliance of America and chairman of it* placement commit tee, will be guest speaker at the Sabbath morning-services of Congregation Beth Jacob. Rabbi Turk, ordained at the Mesifta Torah Vodaath, is a grad uate of the City College of New York, received the Master degree from New York University and is a candidate for a doctorate at Yeshiva University. Pioneer Women Plan Local Affairs Pioneer Women of Club II will entertain members and their friends on a moonlight cruise on the Yacht Seven Seas Saturday evening, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. publicity chairman, announces that the boat rule will start from Pier B in the City Yacht Basin. One of the activities of Pioneer Women's organizations is the rehabilitation of those children who have come to Israel from concentration camps. Proceeds from the boat ride will be used to support the Child Rescue program. A novel picnic-card party is planned by the Mesdames Dora Vilensky and Betty Schecter for Pioneer Women of Club I on Sunday, Julv 18, at noon on the private beach of the Strath Haven Hotel. Mrs. Louis Beckerman. president of Club I, has arranged a luncheon, card games and swimming for members and guests. Proceeds will aid in the program for the Moetzet Hapoalot. Israels counterpart of the American Pioneer Women, in their agricultural and vocational schools, day nurseries and kindergartens, nursing mother's home and their youth village, "Ain Karem," in Jerusalem.



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PAGE 8 *Je[sLI£^?== Patricia Anne Gillette Becomes Mrs. Walts; Chooses Nylon Tulle Gown In a 6:30 p.m. ceremony at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday, July 11. MisPatricia Anno Gillette, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jules Gillette. 4585 Nautilus et Miami Beach. bacaOM the bride of Harry Phillip Walts, MW of Mrs. Julius Kweskin. St. Louis, Mo. Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed the candlelight ceremony in a • room decorated entirely in pink ami white Bast man was Morne Walts. brother of the groom. Matron of honor was Mrs Kenneth Collins, of New York, sister of the bride Ushers Included Fred Grand Jean, ot SI 1 ouis. Marvin I.iober man. Lawrence Rubin and Henrj line, all of Lansing, Mich The bride selected a gown of cassanaar nylon tulle, basque bodice fashioned in %  V off-the-shouldar neckline delicately embroider : with sprinkling ol miniatifre jeweling Her bouffanl skirt of nxlon tulle over silk laffeta floated into a chapel train Her crown Of seed pearls and sequins was held with three tiers of French illusion The bride i> a graduate <>i IVnn Hull PreparatOT) SchiMl in i*hambprsburs;. Pa She attended the I invcrsily ot Miami, where >he u.is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma sororlQr Active in the Ballet Guild ,'t Greater Miami, she became wall known in the Miami area for her dancing on television She recently returned from the \orth where she san.c and danced in the Broadwa) and Chicago com •, \\ ish N^ ou Were Here Mr Walts loriginal!) from St He attended Washington L'niversitj During World II. he • instrument trsmin:; in tor in the Arm) Air Force He • ..., in I A reception and dinner followed Simonhoffs Reveal Klaine's Betrothal Mr and Mrs Sam Simonhoff an ement of their [I :er Elaine, to Mr Phillip T w. einstein. of Miami .:d:ed at Rryn Mar Col lege and at Cornell University. where she majored in art After gradual! .n from Cornell I %  : attended New York I'm taking a post graduate course in an v) i nsU in. til I Mr .M. -ated reived his academic training. from the l r:\crsitv of Miami. law, graduating Mr w, astern is associated with .- firm of Pepper and FairBarbara Greenfield Picks August 1o The en,ag..i,.„, o. their daushier Barbara. U announced ths w ,, k Mr snd Mrs Irving I Greenfield 4W Nautilus di H %  ; |n Beach T l„, brideelecf. fww • %  ar(l F Parkei son of he Morris Parkers, Guli Breeie Fta ^ Greenfield attended fh, Unlversit) ol Alabama fromil9M to 1952. where she Joined sigma IK nUg>AY, JTJLYIft iat t lit l i LewiS to Wed Joe Bernstein Here Mrs. Charles Stanley 7*5 Mrs. Harry P. Waffs at the Saxony After a honeymoon in Havana, the couple will he at home at 2715 Senate dr 1 si A1 perls to Sail for Europe August (5 Sailing on the SS l'v on August ti will be Mr and Mrs Morns Alpert. 3930 North Mer ave for a tour of the continent In Tans, the Alperts will N b\ their daughter and • Mr and Mrs Milton Nussbaum. who are now :n Europe Th: plan 1 spend the High Holy H Israel Mr\:pert. who is wi for her civic and > I ership ni. will N • at a luncheer the Algiers H •• members of the Hani v Group of Hada-founder and pi llarte see i will Teitch. Mrs Harry '. M Mrs Abe Robin* st.. announces the Delta ft : • "' %  • June, 195-i f the L'niversitj ol S Dell %  ml in K %  iritj is The couple | Miss Judith lewis Moonlight Cruise Slated By Emanuel-El Men A moonlight cruise will be held Sundaj b) th-t "crew" will he C.ilbort Balkin. Aaron Bookspan, Henrj Oovo, Leonard Coleman, Arthur DeGptZ, Marvin Kimmel, Dave K linger. Gersbon Miller. Edward Newman, Jo.! i Parlmutter, Mich. Salmon Hat rj Son,'. Morns ider, Alfred stone and Suni Swimmer engagement y, her daughter, Judy, to j nc BenT stein. Jr., son of Mr and Mrs i~ Bernstein. 5S9 North Bay rd The bride-elect is the dBught,, ] of Mr. Joel Lewis, 568 ( hurca v Woodmere, Long Island. N.y Miss Lewis a gradu-t. ol Miami' Beach High School, where sba u captain of cheerleaders Naw,. Honor Society and held office various student organi/. She attended the I'mversir/ 1 Florida, at Gainesville, where J_ made the Dean's List sh< a.s U ; a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi cial sorority. Mr. Bernstein is also a graduate" of Miami Beach High s^houL Te 5 attended the University ,,( HJ^J J and is a member of Pi Umbda Phi fraternity. At present, he i, ni ^^ the United States Am \ u> Ump Gordon, Ga. The cou| li are plnning a September wedding. Akflmflf NONFATTENING! u..wrDf UC10 US! JVO-.CAL TRIMS Y*r WAIST) THtlUS Year TAStH 2 I29* MOMfOST FREE! I*-PH. iMklUfMtfKtl f*rrnan4Mt*rrk"! Writ. S*M )oly 16. at 8 30 pm Miss fJbm ton I i ir. the rVser, Ska a is chairman QUALIFIED TEACHERS NURSERY and KINDERGARTEN WANTED fOt HALF-DAY SESSION %  COftAl GAMES JIWiSH CENTER NURSERY TO START SEPTEMBER. CALL NWS. COHEN. 4R-*t30. ——— GIRL New Resident Dunn cmaen>Rship of onjenial firi H f p\*ti m g ethw. Writt Miss D Bi 2*73 Miami II. YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION ol BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHfRS MIAMI BEACH j 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE |0pening Twes., July 20th TWO WEEKS CHUT Signe Hasso 'Candle-Light Ra ; %  II Rwmi t-.n f M. h* s tor l v '*+* %*t~—Ly ••> U.—; PM RtSCRVATTOaK HMfl If-9755 %  Offic* 0a*. i ia WTMOtE PUTMOUSE 151 ST %  > £ N• -c .5£E Ws N UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY SUWDAY EYEMWG, 8:30 P.M. IZLER SOLOMON GRNHt CgdRfWctfX JEANETTE La BIANCA •* MM im* 75c sa=.-:-^-:-SSv^-:-^-:'^:'SB'SSS-:-SS S !" Uf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties CATERING A (\<"x[>!ttt SeNo P.rrv Too Smill No Prty Too Lf£f Miami fAakdi ••51 If No Anti Call g4 :


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JULY 16. 1954 ~-JPWt^BtTtHt'm'mt\9t7 PAGE 9 |y. Rings New Bells For Nuptjals, Fiances Give Rings Libertarian Speaks Vows \Vi|h Mr. lard Davis; to Live in North Carolina [ Miriam Edith Liberman, of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac 1900 Liberty ave., Mich and Bernard Davis, son Tilhe Davis, Wilmington, kke their vows in the Corotm of the Empress Hotel ay. June 27. ink cahdlelight ceremony |ce under a floral wedding white and shellpink peodite chrysanthemums^ and path and palms. Rabbi Irvl.ehrmart officiated, and lirley Young sang "At %  and "Because." lan was Louis Goldfarb, lew were Frank Solomon Rosenblatt. r wedding gown, the bride white Dresden rose lace the skirt designed with khief hemline over accorded nylon tulle, the fitted accented' by pleated tulle ped with a matching lace bk't and finished with 'an collar, long tailored und tiny lace buttons, riple-tiered veil of French was heJrt in place by a nd. She carried a white i lal Bible centered with le hybrid orchids and show |h stephimotis. Her two sisre honor attendants. Mrs. Rosenblatt, who had come kron, Ohio, for the nupure a beige lace ballerina Itching accessories and Mrs. lolomon from Bay Heights, i pink organza ballerina Itching accessories, carried heartshaped fans eif rotes, showered with satin. Linda Solomon, i he bride, was flower girl, in white and pink organdy Ink shoes. She carried a nd pink maline basket with Hals. 1.1Herman chose cerulean jrl'ni lace with corded satin .uid Mrs. Davis, ashes of mlorad Jace. Both wore Irchid corsages, ireption and family dinner %  I the ceremony. White peoaby breath, shellpink carMrs. Bernard Davis sweetheart roses. AH floral de signs were executed by the Blackstone Flower Shops. Among out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liberman, aunt and uncle of the bride, and their family. Mrs. Mollie Kodish, aunt of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rosenblatt, sister and hrother-in-law of the bride, all from Akron, O. The bride is a graduate of Akron schools and attended the University of Miami. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. The groom is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and a World War n veteran. He saw service overseas as Captain with the U.S. Army. For her going away costume, the bride chose pink silk shantung with pink accessories and white double orchid corsage. Diane Kdelstein. Mr. Paul Cristal Married on Beach June 22 was the date of the wedding of two University of Miami students. Diane Edelstein and Paul Crist a I exchanged vows at the San Souci Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Betty Edelstein, 1350 Pennsylvania ave.. and the late Sidney Edelstein. Mr. Cristal's parents arc the David Cristals, of St. Louis, Mo. The former Miss Edelstein was given in marriage by her brother in-law. Don Stuart. His wife, Mrs. Stuart, was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Carole Hollender. Darlene Bern-tern and Arlene iiuchwald. The groom's father was best man. and groomsmen were Eddie Criktal, Frank Jacobs and Ralph Graff. Seating guests were Paul Rothman, Barry Brownstein, Dick Cohen. Bob Rcznikoff and Allan Pasternak. The bride attends the University of Miami and is vice president of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and a member of Kappa Delta educational honorary society. Mr. distal received his degree from the UM, where he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and Alpha Kappa Psi, national business fraternity. The couple honeymooned in Nassau. Miss Silverman Married With Mother's Wedding Hand; (iroom is I'M Graduate On the groom's parents, Upon completion of an extendpd fii ilk -candles decorated ed honeymoon trip by motoc, Mr. t r Udjiej The four-tiered I and Mrs. Davis will reside at 915 cake was accented by' Hawthorne Road, Wilmington. Yankel Says [s on June 27 Ada Ffankel met Philip Janavey at her sister's to Mr. .lanavty's Musln fame name. 'uplc were marrfJMl on June iKmpress Hotel, wfth RabpSkop. Cora! Games JewHtcr spiritual leader 1 offl' bride is the daughter of M/: rl...uis Frantel, 8800'NW Mr. Janavey is the sfln Ida Janavey, 223 Mendota id tae^iate Harry William [bride's only attendant was L. Janavey, her sister in est man was Merton E. WetIthe groom's brother-in-law. a honeymoon in Nassau Itour of Florida, the couple fcide at 5305 Biscaync blvd., Hieir new home is completed. |navey. ML an accountant for rtt Punrt Mrs. Paul Criifl WMrs. m tmmi • •WMINB J. FrecftlMMi Fruehtman, Green Plan for December Miss Priscilla June Fruehtman and Leonard Irving Green will be married in December. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Fruehtman. 1048 Lenox ave, Miami Beach, are announcing the bride-elect's betrothal to Mr. Green, who is the son of the Ben Greens, 771 SE 8th st. Hialeah. Miss Fruehtman has recently re turned from New York City, where she was associated with McGregor Sportswear. %  Her fiance served in the Air Force for six years and is at present operating a television and electric service. Barbara Sue Haas Receives Her Rigg Former Miami Beach High School student Barbara Sue Haas has received her ring from Jay Wander, of New York City. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Julius Haas and the late Mr. Haas. She and her mother have been living in New York while she attends New York University. Miss Haas will graduate from the school of design when she will set the date for the wedding. Mr. Wander, recently discharged from the Army, is completing his studies for an engineering degree. The bride-elect and her mother plan to visit Miami in the summer. I>i I.lrto Mrs. RanaM Ager Gurkev, Eichcnbaum Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gurkey, of 2472 SW 21st st.. Miami, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Anita E!len, to Bernard L. Eichenbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Eichenbaum, Philadelphia, Pa. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami and the University of Florida. She is a member of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women. Her fiance is a graduate of the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Delta Sigma. He served as a platoon leader with the 40th Infantry Division in Korea and is now attending the University of Miami Law School. The couple will be married on September 4th. Mill Barbara $. Haai 30th wedding anniversary, Sunday, July 4th, Miss Eleanor B. Silverman and Mr. Ronald Ager were married at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jack Silverman, 8200 Chase ave. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Drez Ager. 450 East Di Lido dr. The bride was given in marriage by h'T father. She wore a magnificent designer's gown of nylon tulle with an all-lace redingcoat of hand run alencon UK*. The gown was in princess lines with appliques of lace, having tiny French paillettes in iridescent coloring. These same appliques outlined the bodice at the neck line. The wide bouffant skirt of many layers of tulle had the same lace trimming. The redingcoat was of all lace with a snug fitting bodice and long sleeves and flowed into a cathedral train. The veil was made of matching paillettes with French illusion in fingertip length. The bride was married in her mother's gold wedding band. Miss Gail Linn was maid of honor. She was gowned in pink tulle, made with a fitted bodice and very full skirt of wide ruffled tiers. A matching cape covered her shoulders. The bridesmaids were Miss Sue Stahl. Miss Leslie Weisbrod and Miss Florence Boderman and Mrs. Carol Konhauzer. cousins of the bride. The bridesmaids were draases of sheer white organdy embroidered in pink, with pink taffeta underskirts giving the illusion of an entirely pink dress, which was in accord with the pink and white theme of the wedding. The attendants carried bouquets of pink and white carnations. Best man was Dr. Leonard M Si I verman. brother of the bride. The ushers were Scot Tinter, Paul Shiekman and Arnold Bergman and Martin Smith, cousins of the bride The bride will receive her BA degree from the University of Miami in Feb., 1955. She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. The bridegroom received his BS degree from the University of Miami. After a wedding trip to the Caribbean Islands, the couple will return fb Miami on July 25 and take up residence at Miami Beach. Lights Tell Arlene's Engagement to Mr. Lame S. Blasberg Mr. and Mrs. George Light. 4736 Pinetree dr., have announced the engagement of their daughter. Arlene i.ora. to Larrie Sanford Blasberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Blasberg 5915 La Gorce dr. Miss Light was graduated [mm Miami Beach High School and is a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Blasberg attended the University of Miami and is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He • is vice president of the Beach Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach. *L1 I.a licence-Victor Mttt Amltm I. 8ftr Miss Mendelson to be Bride in October Washington. D.C.. where they met on a picnic, is where Miss Sibyl Ann Mendelson and Kalman Shmu eli will be married. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Azriel Shmueli, 1610 Pennsylvania •., Mia^i Beach, and makes his home in Washington. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Mendelson, are Washington residents. The couple has set October 24 as the wedding date. The bride-elect attended George Washington University. Mr. Shmueli received his BS degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Miami in February. He was a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers and the Engineers Club. Luluenc< v Miss Arltnt L IfffJrf



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PAGE 10 Njfc**$*/fcr^^L TODAY, IULY B GLOBAL SHORTS -£* Arabs Attack Churchill's I Buenas Aires Jews Protest %  S Zionist Views Expressed Here Bombings of Synagogue nIllud11011 mi? v* k; LONDON tJTAJ The pro-Zion-; Bl BNUS MRUs JT.v k 1st position enunciated by British isn community lexers here called AT LAM u ,,.,, ,, wiMtn. i-hnr. !on the Chief of Police of Buenos (our year old Workmen s Cm The fiftyCircle, mga 01 ine uwraro JIBOKV)" and to demand action to apprehend ...„,. hnr( ... adopted stringent measures nere ra circumvent any infil Communist ration into its ranks The move, idopted in the Prime Minister Sir Winston Chur-1 on the Chief of Police of Buenos foU r year old omen.-, chill last week in Washington has' Aires to protest recent "tar bombwmch nas com batted Communism come under violent attack in the ings of the Liberated Synagogue ^^ (he RusMan Revolution. aress and radio of the Arab League and to demand action to apprehend u —,„ states In an EngUsh language the person.responsible and to probroadcast beamed to Europe, the tect the .synagogue agafnst further Damascus Radio said What is surattack. During the visit. Polk-. Inpnsing and irreconcilable is that spector-General Miguel t.amboa exj the two statements, the one calling pressed his personal abhorrence of for peace in the Middle East and such "barbarous behavior He, the other expressing support for' noted that such activities are in. Israel and Zionism, should appear direct opposition to President Juan in the same speech and should be Peron s policy uttered by such a reasonable lead( er of the" Western Bloc of nations — m. / %  *.• %  %  as Sir Winston Churchill." JK AWdlCOl tonterence — Closes m Paris, France Li.-., <.. A n r aam .r. Ul'rtii PARIS iJTA> — The internationHopes for Agreement Wrtti medica wldmBet o( tne Jpmt Austria on Payment Shattered Distribution committee closed VIENNA (JTA) — The Jewish here after hearing a report that („>„, 6M mc membership in the u.. >.•; th.> .in<"s health anri wp'far** nrtv at.—' -• f -*e e *> .* form of a pre imble to the organizations con | •titution. was primarily directd against the iow defunct International Work Order to prevent any of its former members from gainine mei delegation which has been negotithe JDCs health and welfare proWorkmen's Circle ating with the Austrian Govern gram had e stablis hed 41 hospitals This action wa> taken .it the clos ment for the entire month of June and instttutioAVin Israel and had ing ^ iswn hpre „ ( Ihe f OU r-dav an"000 persons in those in|u| m of he mde tne oId ceptable offer in settlement of Mitut.ons^ Dr.. Boris Phskin JDc fP h J** 0 *: of Ml3mi **"* %  .Mattered tabhshed by Malben included to, cnve m local cultural, educational t WI One of the victors in the second annual Bay Harbor Sun Festival" baby contest. Wendy Joy Alvin. 2'/j her gold cup to contest chairman Mrs. Ben Newman Wendy received first prize in her age group from Shi Broad (center). Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands. Her nv Mrs Jack Alvin. 7330 ByTon are., looks proudly on at rl The contest attracted some 300 entries from Dade and ard Counties. %  unii IIM WKr iiuir %  • %  <% %  %  ui —•<— -%  "---"— — me session nere ot tne rour-oay an.as* %  r> a Izler Solomon Jo be Guest Conductor At UM Pop Concert; La Bianca Will Germany, Israel Name Head Of Body on Reparations BONN iJTA' — Israel and West m n and women Germany have agreed to name Prof Georges Sausen Hall, well known Swiss expert on intemation al law. chairman of a arbitration commission to which tabhshed bv Malben included two,* c, i'TB hospitals, a TB rehabilitation' ,nd o^munal work and southern center, a home for ased tubercu district secretary for the circle, incenter, a home for aged tubercu •" lars, four institutions for the chroneluding Florida. Georgia. Texas. T Am. i-Ki \ KKimi tnil "T.*^M... icaliy ill and 14 homes for aged Louisiana Alabama and Tennes see was a delegate to the meeting. The preamble. unanimou-!y adopted by the Workmen's Circle, underscored Ma constant opposition • to all forms of totalitarianism whether Communist. Fascist orj Nan It then added "Commun:>thave not and will Jewish Centers Spend 14 three man Million h 1953, JWB Soys to which NEW YORK JTA — The c>mthey would refer any serious disbined expenditures of all Je putes involved in the implementa-, community centers and YMtion of the reparations pact sign YW'HAs reached a total of more not find a haven in our organna ed at Luxenburg two years ago. than $14,000,000 in 1963. the aation The Workmen s Circle will The pact provides that questions tional Jewish Welfare Board renot tolerate infiltration of Com-j ..rising out of the interpretation ported here. The JWB aLso reportmunists into its organization wheth-' or application of the agreement ed that almost half of the 550 000 individually or en blocshall be handled by a mixed Germembership of the centers and Officials of the circle emphasired P*?*! !" 1 %  *!*' *' *" v /" >* composed of boys and that all applicants would be careIT* ii J T^L deputes, prtj of 17 or below and that the full, screened "in a democratic they will be referred to a commis membership of girls and m %  *.ucmocrauc sion. one of whose members was higher than it has ever r to be named by each party and the Izler Solomon s phenomenal suclest conductor of the Uni\erMty of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra last year, brings him back to the podium at the Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday evening for a series of three appearances — July 18. 25 and August 1 — at the gay CM pop concerts. Mr Solomon comes here directly from Ravinia Park. 111., where he was engaged to conduct five concerts in six days. The past year has been a busy period for him, working with the MGM Chamber mm; chairman or umpire by agreement p/_ • — --B .. m _m between the two B nai B "*" President Calls For Battle Against Hatred MILWAUKEE JTA \ Leaders; Upsets Convictions ,,B /..,;.. IX T tred and A e RuComanmis Rumania Releases Zionist The adoption of the preamble •-ed fhe reading of a reprt :tr. the menace of new r.uences and tactics The repon warned that -he Oasthad embarked -. • •• -• ..... .... the :• called authorities have released wa x '"'• '' K itmick. ii by a m:\: 86th annual convent: ,d here The two wUlbe r. Mvilian courts. The ui Su al the H .ere re eased were namlng 0 ut that SnEnan %  man x ^ be, S u ^ YaSHLhS Thr,w^ P ho n J Xh P*"^ 1 "" J Comalthough car: Int Benven^ wT f% Z f ?** %  **" and bolHv Pport of the State of raane B ewveaist i. wife of World clever design of the Soviet I mon >"*! and of the bond c, .E*r„ '2L BU ,0 C,,un the faTor o( the Arab ** Kb %  • rele has taken ^ !?i !" T^L had i eC T""* d ,en S,ate$ by ,hu *<>nstrat.on of un P*Tchasiag ,.me SS^WO ear sentence, and attorney Jean friendliness to Jews bonds: -d partK,pSnT the Ljttman. who had been sentenced to 15 years imprisonment. Mrs. Weizmann Decorated By Brazilian President RIO DE JANEIRO ,JTA—Presi dent Gets. Vstfjaa has decorated lofcerites Absent from World Conqress of Aovdoth Israel •U'SALFM A TV I i t nngrnn of Orthadoi Jewoonsored bv Amssah an*i -a Weumann. widow of Iw^id 0^ar"#iam?mmll^ZL rsers fu^st President, with the i a s t week wiih th. -,„„ ^^ Branlun Crure.ro da Sol. ,n the 400 deTaTe! *r mT P huihest grade be Bnt time tr^ an d S 1 a Jew has receive! this decoratKm E^conSe^ in the history of Rnul Mrs Weiz ^-henni tob fcS L* 1 I Brazil ,n behalf **""" %  nn institute of Science T ^^ coming Tercentenary %  the Init ed States, which win arroive point P the oaUoasal role East European Jewry hiplaved m Araencan Jewish settlemOrchestra and making cordings. Featured as soloist %  ing will be Jeanette American coloratura will be heard in "Qoeesl Night" from the Magic Mozart. "Bell Song'' from Delibes. "The Shadow Song"! Dinorah by Meyerbeer. Daai'j Sholom Secunda and ThenyiJ in My Heart" by Man* Zocca. Mr. Solomon will conduct I orchestra in Overture to tat < Baron by Strauss. Sympaeay i 8 in B minor, the "U by Schubert, Polonaise and la 1 from Eucene Onegin by Ta sky. Minuet from LA Suite No. 2 by Bizet and tat | manian Rhapsody in A 1. op. 11 by Enesco Miss La Bianca comr study of tinging at nine age and piano at 10 At was soloist with the Buffalaj Orchestra and a year later' the Buffalo Philharmonic| phony Orchestra. At 15. she made AI rid in her debut as "Ro-ina" hi Barber of Seville at the Ron* I al Opera*House. with the cast] Italy's finest singers At 17. Miss La Bianca ft* first New York neciti at fan Hall At 18. siding 1 with the Cincinna'i v immer 1 era. MentaeM and W iunuu^ era consgwies. She has appts with the TV Opera 1 ameat,^ with UU Palmer in her TV Miss La Bianca knowthe lea roles of 14 operas ami has 11 coMeit repertoire she speatal sings in English. Italian French. n U^. Amvounces Economic Aid For Lebanon end Jordan •• .:\ rv Vdnuii strati has %  ..-. %  %  .. nnois Nomni H v< toe*J^ at Rehovoth US. brvoy Foresees Israel, Aral) Accord on Jordan NEW YORK JTA—There possibility of settling the ifiaswilt Condemns Syrian Shelling between israefan^Mxta oveTThe SvJS MLXL ?— — ^ week t SOJOOOSa) publie road deveJofaswu and s>W Jre Earlier this ^. k r ****.<—**. ,3--—.—i took place in 1933 in Marwnbad. Cxechoslovaku sV ys>*^ %  lit nooBCis KOSHW %  IATJ ,^,, M Diitr,btrt ^ HI GRADE fOOD CO. im N.W. 7th A-nuo Phona Presisitftt-s Advisor Soys Art* Blockade Mast be Hatted ciared here upon his return from a tw c trip to the Near East dvrwx which i, v he conferred with Israeli and Arab ^ WASHINGTON Arthur nnrms. GRADE v j "ArwSrnTL** PRODUCTS ured Israel for the ores,^ „t ."! ^^ ?"** **" they canU/'/ beJi policemen lost their. pVessnsnk trip to the Near East during whkh DM -H "^ %  "esnlastt Cuea heconferred with Israel, and Arab ^"J^Z? "L %  "* ^ leaders on A-^nc %  -. ^|eo^ ta^^p^,,^ ^ Dr advisof to %  Ba q>.ed CHILDREN NEED Hotnoqenaed Vitamin "0 rt M* %  WOKE S-S53T



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IY. JULY 16. 1954 • %  •*! st> .'krl/itr PAGEli Rosenfeld is led to Local ADL tcintmrnt of Miss Priscilla J. ifi'Id as educational assistant I Florida regional office of the „efamation League of B'nai hys been announced by Gil Balkin, Florida. ADL direct>rmer resident of lake Worth,' her parents reside, Miss ield is a graduate of Lake High School and the Uniof Miami. received her degree in the %  of education and was elected |mbership In Kappa Delta Pi, jial educational honor society. lite at the University of MiJMiss Rosonfeld was awarded clmlarship sponsored by the Beach B'nai B'rith Women's er. [her position, Miss Rosenfeld I coordinate the educational Irr program of the Florida efamation League. Anti-Defamation League is riucational arm of B'nai B'rith, nrld'soldest Jewish service ni/iition. and is dedicated to Umunation of biogtry, and the of good human relations. f Misi Priscilla J. t*srf#M FOR HIGH HOLY DAYS itoblishfd Congregation wants Bpable individual, Rotti ore rrr,-d, to lead Hiah Holy Day rrvices, strviaa '" eaaocity of piritual leadtr, directing reianslvt reading, a capable let•rer, etc. State ranwaaratiea. ealy j. F„ lax mi, Miami It. iurrs YOU TO IT 10 OTHER ICED TEA L'KETITliY! SODCUCIOUS60 REFRESHING! / .5* %  Phi Delta Epsilon To Install Officers Phi Delta Epsilon, national medical fraternity, will hold its annual installation and dinner dance on Saturday night in the Kismet Room of the Hotel Algiers. f. Highlight of the evening will be presentation of 25-year keys to Drs. Max Pepper, Maurice Edelman and Julius Pearson. The award signifies a quarter of a century devoted to the medical profession. Officers to be installed at the banquet, which will also commemorate the 50th jubilee anniversary of the national organization, are Drs. Leo Levin, president; William Wickman, yice president; Jesse O. Halpern, secretary; Richard Shapiro, treasurer. Drs. Stanley E. Schwartz, sergenat-at-arms; Maurice J. Rose, senator; Victor Kugel, alternate senator; and Maurice Zimmerman, historian. ,* I.^J, %  : Simon Wolf to Appear On Yiddish Hour Yiddish actor and playwright Simon Wolf will be guest artist on the Yiddish Classical Hour this Sunday and every Sunday thereafter, according to an announcement this week by Morris "fjakatir, the program's director. Wolf will aptiPf Im— %  epulat monologue written by Nasatir and entitled, "Simche Kochlefel." The program is heard over station WWPB from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Dr. Moss to Lecture Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami will meet Friday evening, July 16, at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ettinger, 3261 SW 18th st. Dr. Sidney Moss will continue to lecture on dynamic psychology. Membership Meeting General membership meeting of the North Shore Jewish Center will take place on Sunday evening. Jury 18, 8 p.m., in the Center's social hall. Refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood. Arrangements committee for the function, scheduled for 7 p.m., include Drs. Stanley Schwartz, Seymour Rubin and Chester Cassell. Bring Your Relatives to the United States Your Request is Serviced by Our 309 Offices Throughout 6 Continents PREPAID TRANSPORTATION BY AIR AND SEA Write or Call for hot Information AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY 1004 LINCOLN I0AD MIAMI BEACH, FIOMDA 53-7041 330 EAST FIAGUR STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA 3-3170 MIAMI Phone 1-7261 3075 North Miami Avenue POMPANO Phone 9493 FT. LAUDERDALE 1335 Northeast 26th Street Slop by and look us over t Our lumber Yards ore opon from 7:30 AM to 5 PM Mondays thro Fridays and from 7:30 AM to 12:30 PM on Saturdays. HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Concrete Building and Column Blocks • Control end Transit-Mixed Concrete • Concrete Aggregates • Concrete Joists e Dox System for Floors and / Roofs e Prestressed Beams • Precast Channel Slabs • Large Precast Wall \ Panels • Cement • Rock • Sand • Cement, Slump, Fire and Common Brick • Stepping Stones e Reinforcing Steel • Lumber e Millwork e Plastering Materials e Vermiculite Products • Roofing Materials e Builders' Hardware • Builders' Supplies c



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PAGE 12 tmijt thriduir .FRIDAY. JULY] Bible Shows Scientific Accuracy In Genesis Readi By D. BEN AHARON AJP The traditional Genesis account of creation has served U the greatest stumbling-block to Bib lical students when confronted with pointed question* posed by those who usually take great delight in ridiculing the Biblical record as being unscientific and contradictory to the findings of science. In the light of existing superficial translations the antagonists might have a ease, but certainly not on the basis of the original Hebrew text Even according to the existing texts, it can become clear to every reader that the "days (Yominu recorded in Gensis were not ordinary 24-hour days as reckoned by the present calendar basi I on the sun. but eonin' ing billion.of earth years. The first proof testifying to this tad lies in the simple WOTdl of th.' text itself The first 13 \erGenesis recount three undetermined "days" or eon> in which creation evolved out ol el Th fiM eon witnessed the manifestation of a cosmic -light, the second, a tinnament an and the third, the grouting of \ !•_ %  ration The Bible it:h, M three eonaabstract "days" in that each of the three phases doses ith the following indefinite term-. 'And it ww evening. and it was mor ning one day.' "A second day. and A third da\ This is very important The lack of the definite article points Obituaries Abend Unveiling i MRS ROSE ROSENBAUM I fth -M ; In a Miami hoapl • %  baa I • Mia Ing )!<-: %  I N'ral k Cti %  11 •' N| N I Albert. i*ln \l Miami. ThS I i* CTty for I JOSEPH MElSENMEIMER r .. \ ..'.,.. • %  MI Be I i Mll%  O Wlta s \ i •> Edw; r.l. ..' Ifri ARTHUR ASSL'R GERSTLE \ % • v .... i :• %  ...... .; ., %  %  %  M > DonaM Linn, tduci %  %  The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Has Abend, formerly of 1421 SW 13th It will take place Sunday. Jul) 18. 2 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro Mr Abend i< survived by his wifi v Bic one son. MornJ of Newark. N.'. two daughter-. MrEdward Levine and Mrs William Acker man. both of Miami: one br and one grandchild Arrangements %  re IP. charge of Thurmond Monu ment Company Friends and relaiked to attend VRS CAROL NE BROVLEs S> Turk l>i %  • i I SAMUEL LE\ \ %  %  i M Miami S .. i' la MRS ELIZABETH K KAMN Iu RALPH F. WAVNE %  Mi • r th* i \ f Mia Sty ^SN yT r*a Aabb! lea* oh E. Rackovrnk-y •45 Michigan Avenu* Miami Bt ch Pbona 5 359! M'ami Convalescent Home MRS PALL'NE ALE*.M M X LEO ALLEV D %  : %  %  v \ 33; S A tttK %  "..•< p.,,,, a la ,r,i t rrrtt Soec jiii.-g in Ca'e to .-E % %  iN c S=-c al D'ts St;• Cza-.tc r,vt .nd Mat =. %  % %  R BENJAMIN MILLER %  %  -• • <-s am %  MORR S LEESS %  • N H M N '• %  REBECCA ACKER M>V*N FRIED l-nt Saturdav \ nh burial in ; -. Paln.Und tahl..n*. iltr Kaifl njur*.l in th a...d.m and it tag in M Roaa; a .n in.l -••in* and f.-a H-I,n T —————__ i GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAl WORKS 14 S.W. t2mi 4VL Pfc. 4-S4*a Have 0 „r roof r* M ,r*d new; you w ..S*t' 0 new roof '**•• Sat pfacto'y Work oy Expnenced Man" listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program tree* rait fc—-T. WMIM, I] h I M fint i., km rt it liiteaia, aiNliaaca MM Jrwlsa Philaiaaktf NORMAM R. LYONS. News •UtOlO TUtf, Caaactlaa^ mi "•WUIla SPCCTOO to three undetermined penodth,'' '"' .... her I idiej bj which mankind reckonitprent 24-hour day. did not e\ •h .-on or "daft verse* 14-18 ittest ThuS k u |he sun and a rtewce what kind i I "days" wera Ihe first three and whal WM Ihe •it" mentioned in the first The answer is -miple Tho-e I|J could not be 24 h iu ,n ,h -un. since the -un :.not yet %  Uions or I th-light cited .... mam. I the fir-t eon Estowitz Unveiling The dedication ol .. monument 10 the memory of the lati Mtz. forme:. I 4313 Sher idan a\e will take place Sunday. July 18. 10 30 am. at Mt Nel i itz isun by hiwife Gertnuk Iwo daugh\ : %  %  : •.. ton: Dr Irvine • 1 LouiAlbert, both of • ..re in Thurmond Monument Friends ai v.end House Party Due Share) Chanter B'nai B'nth Young Women i bouse party al Ibl ." %  '• V moff. 1300 SW 16th ave i D Sun Jul) 18. 8 30 p m This, too. could never be a light such .is that which the sun gives forth on the earth: for fhe sun waa not there ire it The original "light." the hidden text reveals, was a cosmic light" absolutely independent of the run, which created a spheric vacuum within the totalilj of the infinite abyss (Tehoml thai con-iituted original "darkness" Ishe'ol abbadoni. This cosmic "Light." which might well be thp source of the cosmic ray which has baffled .••i!ialluded to in the books of Job and Proverbs in the ^:j paiiafj a r \ limit did He set for darkne— (I: 9) A fixed limit He compassed the face of waters unto the ultimate aim of light ness." (Job 26: lOi "When He iirdainei J over the face of Tehoaj (Proverbs 8: 27) Moreover, the Cenwi,, recording the succeajJ ment of life on earth in ferent from that held'h The Bible gives this 1. fishes —-Let the swarm with swarms of I atures." 2. Birds—"Let fowl flu eon) 3. Animals Let tii bring forth living crea tie and beasts." 4. Man—"Adam, ima.* eon) Markowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument in the memory of the late Rachel Markowitz. formerly of 130 JefferMiami Beach, will take • in Sunday. July 25. at 2 p.m.. on the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Part Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating Mrs Mar• itunriva I bj h -r husband. Louis; four tons, Abe. of Fort Laule and Harry, Nadore and Ben. of Miami: and two daughters. MrHam Fisher, Miami, and MrHerbert May. HoUyWOOd. Fla also leaves 13 grandchildren and 12 are.,grandchildren. Schonfeld Unv The dedication of a to the memory of the Schonfeld, formerly of If 11th Terrace, will take | day. July 18th at 10 30 a.n.f Jewish) Section ol the Park Cemetery with Kronish officiating Mr.: is survived by hiwi son Abe of Miami daughters, Mrs Ethel Coral Gables and Mrs. ter of Paasaic. N J ; also I ers, two sisters and six |_ dren. Mr. Schonfeld wasaj member of Congrei David. Arrangements art i) of Palmer's Mian.: Monu pany. Friends and asked to attend m In Response to Public Demand! SATl ". G1NSBURC The Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha and the I hesed She] Ernes Sisterhood COM' FcTr^! T^ CC *T ,ha1 ,he GREATER MIAMI IFV/ISH sfoptt M2. VVJGUST BROS Rvp ^? •*-vSvS?-y -""r„c:TJ;' y radu> ,a ""p !" ^••— -"szztzz ^:?.cr o,,a ttoao "* h aT, —** iM Public Mass Meeting Tuesday, J^ 27th, 8 pj*. •* El CongregotkH,, S90 S.W. 17H, ^ Mfc-rf Mf tISIiri THIS DATil



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t. JULY 16, 1954 Jewish nnrkHnn PAGE 13 ss Champion Plays Blindfold e you at iitit|r*eou! chess? Pretty ipd playing two sly and blindlie in that upper echelon circles, but at least one University student can to the distinction. junior David Levadi, of whose chess leaf. \ no l, especially when one con %  n't the board cdtoprises 64 \w\ there are 32 pieces on it the game's start, lors He it? David exist the ftat is possible only ,! two ways: the player has j-.iphicwitrd (David hasn't) Ivelops the faculty of perLo that h can "systemize El into a dynamic relationtjfold.cd. Dave has played j 20 u'.niH'.s of chess simLly. The, uruy limit on the li'i' games, he confides, is unt of wear and tear his Flays Egypt \rx Jewish State ftHnuecl from P9e> 1 clit Maj Salem's remarks I Ucti authorized. Exiling on Maj. Salem's re |i.,'. "wo could not fight in rth the British lurking \\xr backs," Mr. Lloyd said itent was "very reprehenlr Amery suggested that rr nt had created a situaina ed each day. David, whoi is rnajoring inpsychology at Branded, has written several term papers on the psychology involved in the game of cheat. All the tactics of war are reproduced on the, chess board, he asserts, adding that the game offers an excellent outlet for feelings of aggression. Captain of his hj^h school chess team, he won second place In a Chicago tournament lor high school students and 16th place in a national junior tournament.. He has •• %  forer Gets Honor at University oi Florida Henry D. Forer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer, 221 SW 24th ave.. has been appointed Commissioner of Finance in the student body president's cabinet at the I'ni versity of Florida summer session. Holding down the No. 2 spot in the cabinet. Forer is presently serving his second term as treasurer of Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity and is also treasurer of Tau Kappa Alpha honorary forensic fraternity. Earlier in the year, Forer acted as treasurer of the cancer fund drive on the University of Forida campus. Forer. a native born Miamian, is a junior working toward his degree in accounting in the School of Business Administration. On the Dean's List foe four semesters, he also holds membership in Phi Eta Sigma honorary scholastic fraternity, the Florida Men's Council and the Florida Debate Society, of which he is currently vice president. Memorial Program to Honor Dr. Herzl A Theodore Herzl memorial radio program, under the auspices of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will be presented on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Variety Hour, Station WMBM. Sunday, July 18, from 12 to 2 p.m. Rabbi Moses Meschcloff, president of the Council, will conduct the program which has been arranged by Sam Prosterman, radio chairman. Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and attorney Maurice Survis, chairman of the Zionist Council of South Florida, are scheduled guest speakers. The musical portion of the program will include selections by loci ;.nd nationally renowned cantors. TUTORING IN MATHEMATICS Call Marc Aronson at 64-1816 Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (in English) For Hoimof QHt SOUTJIWESf LITTIH SERVICE Mimeographing — Typing 2347 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-5532 CANTOR LEADER Avoilable for High Holidays. Young, •Hers traditional or conservative service. Capable sermons. Write: S. W., Box 297:, Miami It. David tevodi "dynamic relationship" played some of the world's finest dotn players, including a former world's champion and three United States champions. His games and annotations of games have been published in the nation's leading chess magazines. URANIUM STOCKS THE HEW SOURCE Of WEALTH Ml or write for free booklet Frank L. Edenfield & Co. (not Inc.) Investment Securities FIRST FED. BLDC. •340 N.E. 2nd AVE. 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14 HtfUrkMar Rabbi is Killed in Jerusalem JERUSALEM (JTA) — Major General Vagn Bennike, chief of the United Nations truce supervision organization, has presented to the governments of Israel and Jordan a 50-page report on the three-day Jerusalem "small war" which took place last week. The report was compiled by UN observers on each side of the Israel and Jordan frontiers. A copy of it was sent by Gen. Bennike also to UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold. who will decide whether to submit to the Security Council. The details of the report have not yet been made public. Meanwhile, last week's "small Arabs Desecrate Cemetery Site on Mount of Olives Continued from Page 1 the Mount of Olives has always been considered of the greatest honors which Jewish communities anywhere could accord to those to whose memory they wished to pay honor." the letter added. "The roster of those who lie buried there includes the names of many of the most celebrated Jewish Rabbis, teachers and leaders in addition to the ancient Hebrew prophets. The violation of the sanctity of the graves on the Mount of Olives is an offense against the memory of the dead, their families and descendants, and a gross affront to universal human feelings." There can be no doubt that this latest outrage on the part of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan will be followed up by some action here at the UN. Delegates are now awaiting a formal move by the Government of Israel. war" between Israel and Jordan in Jerusalem claimed another victim today when Rabbi Moshe Goldberg, wounded last week, died. Rabbi Goldberg, a delegates to the Agudas Israel World Congress from Paris, was buried after a funeral in which all delegates to the Congress participated. Rabbi Goldberg was eulogized by leading Orthodox sages of the world, including Israel Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog. In his eulogy. Rabbi Herzog called on world religious leaders not to be misled by the campaign of "lies and slander designed to make Israel's soldiers appear to have deliberately fired on the Holy Places" or by the charges that Israel planned to conquer the Old City of Jerusalem. He also called on Moslem religious leaders in the Arab states to join forces "to make our Arab cousins abandon the warpath and make a covenant of peace with Israel." The Israel Mogen Dovid Adorn protested to the International Red Cross Committee at Geneva against Jordanian attacks on Mogen Dovid's ambulances during last weeks battle. The organization sent photographs of damage caused to ambulances hit while going to the as sistance of wounded men and women in the new city of Jerusalem. Lt. Commander Elmo R. Hutchinson. USN. chairman of the Israel Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission, personally inspected the fortnightly Israeli convoy to Mr Scopus. The convoy, consisting ot an armored car and several automobiles as well as three truckloads of supplies, was not allowed to travel over the Arab Legion-controlled road as a convoy, but one car at a time. The first vehicle to go up. the armored car—accompanied by UN observers and Legionnaireswas stoned by Arabs as it went up the road and then returned. Radio Bagdad, heard here, said that the Jordan national guard had planned to conquer the Jewish positions on Mt. Scopus but it had lacked manpower. As a result, the national guard had launched a campaign for funds, to which only Iraq responded, with 150,000 dinrs. Johnston Optimistic In Report to Ike; Sees Cooperation Continued from Page 1 dicatcs the necessity of using the lake as a principal reservoir. Mr. Johnston indicated he made it clear to Israel that the I.itani River will not be included because the goal .inot regional development but "watershed development." He "verj cm Btructive" press conference. Mr Johnston said he felt that the water problem was so near solution that projects like Bnot Yaacov could wait. The position has been taken by him that Bnot Yaacov is a riparian issue and that the countries involved would have to agree to the resumption of work i He said the matter was before the United Nations Security Council and not a question with which he was immediately concerned because he sought achievement of a broader goal. Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR wife Tat Dtw of Jewish Commeatatert MORRIS NASATTR [VERT SUNDAY fre. •:30toll Mh listen To Our Guest Artist SIMON WMF Note* Yiddish Actor mt HafMftjbJ Registration on At GMJCC Camps Registration for the second period in the three-day camps sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewisb Community Center is nearly complete, as announced by Efraim H. Gale, executive director. The second four-week period which begins Monday, July 19, will feature special end-of-camp programs including carnivals, swimmi n meets, a Maccabiad, arts and crafts, a nature museum, a daily dip in the pool and an overall creative day camp program in a Jewish cultural setting. For information concerning the remaining few vacancies, parents may contact Town Branch, 460 SW 16th ave.. 82-2786. Israel Silver; Beach Branch, 1538 Bay rd.. 5 5319. Nisson Pearl; Fluler-Cranada. 50 NW 51st pi., 4 5480. Harry Shamis. During the past two weeks, special features at all three camps have included Independence Day celebrations, pirate hunts, watermelon feasts, treasure hunts, visit* to the Turkish goodwill ship, "Tarsus," and special arts and crafts projects as well as the usual swim in hotel pools. This week the camps will feature a program around brotherhood. A nature museum is in the process of development as part of the nature study program at Camp Ma-Ka Bee. The museum, which is the project of the boys' group call\. ed "The Samsonites." is under the supervision of counselors Ken Myers and Linda Mehler. Mrs. Alvin Horowitz is chairman of the Town Branch day camp. A special "Parent-Child Talent Show" is being worked on for Herut Proposal Western Ties 1% Continued from P,„ j we want peace and direct tions, but one needs two f OT !" ations." The Minister chariLj the Arabs had started a %c*ul anti-Jewish drive tempting to "drag m i^ tian world, especially the v* !" in their anti-Jewish campajn^ asserted his faith that the BS,< would not assist the planned c ish drive," and would v e th the Arab League's "rm-an int He warned of the "moril practical dangers of this dxh the danger to world peace, Raja, to Israel." Finally, he sumoedL by stating; "Israel's path is deal the road to peace. Simult we are ready for the our life, Independence aai] eignty." Fiehman to Speak Masada. Misnni Beach Adult Zionist District, willj Jacob Fishman, recently from Israel, as guest speaker j Its meeting on Thursday night, J 22, at 9 p.m. Masada now regularly fn the air coud Coral Room of the Hotel Plaza. Mr. Fishman will "The Youth of Israel." presentation during the first i of August. In addition to the above highlights, each camp has regular Shabbos ceremonies is servance of the Sabbath. Qeneral Repair on all Make Tracks aaa Cars Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecke Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting _J^ P1<-*-Up and Dallvary — Wrackar Sartln rh.*„ J-J244, 1-4452 is* $,*. It. M | Baron de Hirsch Meyer watches Mrs. Sarah Fulton receive the weekly Courtesy Award from Leo Eisenstein. chairman. Mrs. Fulton is a new account representative for the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association of which Mr. Meyer is President. Mrs. Fulton was nominated for the award by Mrs Fanny Levy, of Miami Beach, recently. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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IT. JULY 16. 1954 • JetristifkrAMtr PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICE ice UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW jrCE IS MKRKBT OIVEN that Iderstgned. desiring to engage In under the fU-tHU>un naiM of ,„ RESTAURANT, t 1 8.W. rrtt Miami, Florida. Intends to •itlil name with the Clerk of Jretltt Court of Dade Count). JAMES PAUL. 1/2-9.I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that the uniler-lgncd, desiring to engage In 1 business under the fictitious niimea of PARK TOCRS HIIII KAKK TOURS riCE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IlOA IN ANO FOR DADE 1TV IN CHANCERY, No. 1T0691 rrPiiRK A BARNES MC, DAVID nalntirr, KliMAKItSON MC HAVll;. Defendant SUIT FOR OIVORCE itli'HA|:lSi,N MC DAVID K I'lli Street • t Vork-t Itv. NY. u hercbv notified that Hill plain' tot I >l voice Bas MI L-alnst ywu. and >ou are rwjulrscrte .i cop) of your Answei or nK t „ (he Hill of Complaint on uTlnlirri. Attorney, CHARLES 11. ifijA'duJ/oSt liulldlnir. MIMIHI. i.nirfn.rhe original Answer [fling, in UitaTflca of the Clerk in. uit Court on or before the ;ifc "August, 1954. If vou fail M i Judgment l>y default will be 'against you .for the relief de,1 m the Hill of Complaint. nertee shall be published onre >uk Cor four consecutive m K JEWISH H.oRlKlAN. 1 .\M> ilKPKHKIi at Miami. I this. ?0.\tr.i. r-r.ntn r„ at jaia < ouins Ave., Miami Bearh, Kin., and 6K Una Ave., Miami Beach, Fin.. Intend to register aaid names vtltb Hie Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Katie Courttv. Florida. MEUII.IC COKl'i .RATION, Owners MILTON A FRIEDMAN Reynold Hint. 1/2-9-16-2:; LIGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170500 W11,1,1AM T. i;HKKN, Plaintiff. va. INKA C It KEN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T<> INKA OR KEN 4102 Walnut Street. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tou. IN DA ORB BN, are hereby notified that a Kill of Compkunl for Attorney for Applicant tttvofr-e ha* been filed agamst you, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 513 Notice Is hereby given that HAKRV SIMIIMUHF anil SAM 8IMONHOPP, Holder as assignee of Kveriiladea Drainage District Tax Hal. Numbeied Slii, dated the HI si day of May. A.K. 1949, has fllod anld Car tin. caii> In m) office, ami has made application (.alas deed to u*aue thereon In in • n lib l„u Said i '. %  : tifli-ate •mbrai es the following described property, situated In Dado County, F'loilda. to-wlt: All Fractional RoMon 12. Tovvnahlp 51 South. Bang* VJ Kjisl, containing 6(12.Kt Acres mm. less, located In Dade County, State of Horlda. The assessment or aald property under the Certificate issued was in the name of irons Land At. Kev Co., Kt Ala. I'nless said Certificate shall lie redeemed according to. taw. 4ax deed will issue thereon on the 21st day of July. A.D. 19*4 I>ated this 16th day Of June. A.D. B. R'l.KATHKRMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By N C. 8TKRRKTT, (Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk S/18-J3 — 7/1-9-16 and \oa are.required to serve a color of your Answer orPleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, SANFDRK M SWERKUN. Attorney at I.aw, Suite ."it". Seybold Kullding. Miami. Dade County. Hoi Ida, and file lire original Answer or Pleading In ihoffice at the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of August. 1954. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief deluauit'-d in tile Hill of Complaint. This notice ahjua i>published once each week for (our consecutive weeks In TIIK JEWISH 1-l.t.RIKIAN. DONE ANIi ORDERED .ii Miami, Horlda. this 801 h day of June, A D 1954. IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2*137 HE: ESTATE OP OERHHON AUOt'ST, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICK IN hereby given that we have filed our final re|,ort and petition for Klnal Discharge aa Co-exof the eatate of QERBHON AIIIIST, deceased; and that on the 2< day of July. 1,".4, will apply to the Honorable W. F Ht.ANTnV CouHty Juije of Dade County, Florida, for approval M Bald final report and for final discharge as Oo executors of the Estate of QERSHON AI'IJI'ST. deceased. This 22nd day of June. 14. s/ HARRY AlOCST 8/ I/JI'IS AI'CIST MAX R SILVER ami AKTIIi'B .1. AlVil'ST Attorneys for Co-exerutnrs !•-'-' Beybold ItiilltllnB. Miami iZ. Florida 7 -9-l LEGAL NOTICE V.. B. I.EATHKRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I"' ..I ._riCE TO CREDITORS -.6 COUNTY JUDGES' COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, (IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33094-A ESTATE OF H..< CESAN'NK KEI.8EY. Deceased editors and All Persons HaVila.nis or Demands Against Said n,i each of you, are hereby ,,nd n.iuired to present any ud demands which you. or %  vou. may have against the i \MKS CEZANNE KEI.SEV ,,l late of Warren CotuaUr. New to the Honorable County of Dude County, and file the In theh offices in the County •cuav i" ilu.dc County. Florida. I, n.lar months from rirat publication Ion ,nl claims or demanda to condream of the claimant In sworn Ul ad present..! as aid oi same will be barred. .1 me 29lh, A.D. lr.4. MARIA B KEI.SEY. As Ancillary Executrix of the last Will and Testament of I A MI•: s CEZANNE K K1. a E > Deceased. BL, Ol H.KSTKIN %  N for Maria B. Kelsey. .\. %  utrlx Dade Count v, hlorida. Itv WM. \\ STi ICKING (Clniiit Court Sealf" Keputy Clerk KAN1X.RK M. JrtKJfltlU.IN Attorney for IMamtlfT 547 SeybuM Building. Miami, Florida 7/2-9-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 170639 REA KEISER, Plaintiff. vs. E. DAVID KEISER. Kefendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: E. DAVID KKISEk 2601 Parkway Philadelphia, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Kivorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff a attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on of before the 9th rl.i\ of August. I9R4; otherwise, the allegatlona of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confess e d against you. Dated this 7th ilnv of July, 19:14. K. B. I.KATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court B) R II RICK, JR. (Seal) K. putv clerk (Seal) OEOROE J. TAI.IANOFF. B8Q. I i for Plaintiff 4JO Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. 7/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DOC'S BAR, at 731 N W ^nd Street. Miami, Dade 'County, Fla., Intend to register said name with the CJerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TBD PAWUK MABIORIE M PAVYLAK HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2518 W Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 7/2-9-16-23 NOYICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY i; IV EN that the undersigned; desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HARDINti COLONIAL AITS, at 3017 Harding Ave.. intend to register said nanie with the Clerk of the Circuit Coiilt of Dade County, Morlda. MuBBUi POSTER SYTA'TA POSTER OwnerTHEODORE It NELMON Attorney for Appll 7/2-9-16-23 COUNTY JUDGES" COURT JADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30S7SB I KST VIE OF %  ;KNK USE. IVceased ICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE KPPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE : %  E ihereby given that 1 have in final report and petition for | large as Ancillary ExecUl -i.ue of EUOENE PINE. V • "I that on the 10th day of I, ill apply to the HonorJudges of DaeVs County. |la t..r a pin ova I of said final rei.d for final dlsiharsfe as Anitrli of the eatate of • i'nie, deceased. -IKI day of July, 1954. JEAN FINE %  >N A FRIEDMAN iev for Ancillary Executrix — JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW n< E IS HjKBKHY (ilVEN that i-lKBed, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of SEE AMISEMKNT CO.. at sie I th St., Miami. Intend to rewlsid name with the Clerk of the Court of Dade County. Florida. IOSRPH KOOANOVSKY I'.ERNARD KotiANOVSKY ITON M. BEIOEI. |De> for Applicants f Fbtaler St. I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170S3S MARY E. SCHll.TZ. Plaintiff, ABTHUR JOSEPH SCHPI.T7. Defendant. SUIT FOR OIVORCE TO: ARTHPR JOSEPH SCHCL.TZ 294S Mathews Avenue Bronx. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Kivorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, and file the original Answer of Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day of August. 1954. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE ANK ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this "th day of July. A.D. E. B. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida By M. C. tiRKKN. (Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2518 West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla. 7/9.16-23.34) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IM.CCI.AS BAR. KOI'CI.AS SENDRIBS, at tiSS liouglas Road. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said myue with the Clerk of the Circuit CoTrt of D.ideaCouniv, Florida. NEAI. DOYLE HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant nil w Flagler si. Miami 7/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ih.fictitious name of WACKS SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, al srd N K. 163rd St., North Miami Beat h, Intends to register stild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Couaty. Florida. MAI-KICK .1 WACKS. Sole Owner El.I BRKOER Attornev for' Applicant |3i Lincoln ltd. 6/25 — 7/2-9-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RELIABLE AUTO TRANSPORTSERVICE, at 144o Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach. Horida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RELIABLE SERVICES. INC. a Florida corporation By; HAKKY HULTfcM.VN Piesident RICHARD 4 Ml'BorB / ne^f^ Corporation.; ,a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 170344 THOMAS OATTO, Plaintiff, vs. ALU E liATTi i. I 'efendanl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO AI.H'E OATTO 3768 M7lh Street Jackson Heights, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that BID "f Complaint for Divorce hasl been filed against you and you are hereby required lo serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complain! on plaintiff's attorney, HAROLD ROSEN, *"". Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer on the office of the clerk of the circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, on or before the 30th dy of July. 11,1. otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DATED this 21th day of June. 1954. E B. I.KATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court B) H H. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk 7/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CISTOM CLEANERS I.Al'NKKY, at ISIS N W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Morlda. JOSEPH OOLDEN. Sole Owner /25 — 7/3-9-16 3TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fJTHMC IS HEREBY OIVKN that |ii •!• r-lgned, desiring lo engage In under the fictitious name of |l Y s IIVEMLK FTRNITCRK ''Co Washington Ave.. Miami t iids lo register said name Ihi Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 inl\ El'-rlda EI.SA SORIN. Owner |'K SHAPIRO rRIEK f..i Applicant Kil |0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'I'K IS HEREBY OIVEN that 'b r-lgned. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of Hi. PRODUCTIONS, at 433 East '' %  Drive. Miami Beach. Florida. "to i. glater aald name with the the Circuit Court of Dade Florida HARK J STERN, Sole Owner -:-3i> NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 170467 ESTELLA KKNNARD. Plaintiff vs. JOE C DENNARD, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOE C. DENNARD, Residence Unknown You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN KSSKN. % %  2:1 Sevbold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of August, 1954. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th day of June. ISM. E. B. I.KATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By M. C. OKEBN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN 823. Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida 7/2-9-16-23 j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RELIABLE KMPLoYMKNT SERVICE, at 1440 Drexel Avenue. Mian Beach, Morlda. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade Count v. Florida. RELIABLE SERVICES. INC., a Florida cons >rat Ion By: HARRY HOLTZMAN. uient RICHARD A MfROFF Attorneys for Corporation /25 — 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 KINO'S KEPT STORE, at 14090 N.W 7th Av.-nne. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AKHLE SOLOMON, Sole Owner KES'SI.ER A OARS Attorneys for Applicant ITS.' W. Flagler St. / — 7/2-9-16 NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that fOTICE UNOER FICYITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that fi.'lerslgned, desiring to engage In % %  under the fictitious name of TAI'.KS. at 9 W. Flagler Street. Jii. Florida, intends to register %  name with the Clark of the Clr! of Dade County. Florida. „„5 IW AVN TRADINO CORP. '<' % %  : J TAI.IANOFF. ESQ. ey for PatHtoo,, intend to register said name with Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade •ounty, "..r.i>a il ]AM ^ mrp fi LEON SHIFF. Owners THEODORE NELSON Attorney for Applicants 7/9-14-23 30 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 3322B-AI In i:, ESTATE OF i:\Dl. f COHEN, a/k/a F.MIL ZOl.A COHEN. ,/"', KVII COHEN Deceased To AH Creditors and All Person. 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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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e\wiislbJEIIiDipidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,UME 28Number 29
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
hnston Optimistic In Report On Jordan River
nesset Votes Against Move To 'Capture Jerusalem9
President's Envoy Says Moslem Bloc, Israel to
Accept Principle of International Partnership

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Ee up view of a desecrated tonab on the Mount of Olives
t of Jerusalem. Jordanian Arabs destroyed more than half
area last week, according to Mordecai R. Kidron, of the
^ei delegation at the United Nations. rp n......
Iron Protests to Hamnarskjold
rabs Ruin Mount of
Olives Burial Places
, Secretary-General Dag Hammar.sk-
Mid, concluded:
"The gravity of these acts of
deseration and vandalism is accen-
j tuated by the exceptional charac-
ter of the place where they have
been committed. For more than a
thousand years the Jewish ceme-
tery on the Mount of Olives has
been one of the sites most cherish-
red and venerated in the religious
sentiment and tradition of Jews
throughout the world. Throughout
the centuries pious Jews have
journeyed te the Holy Land in or-
der to ensure themselves a final
resting-place on the Mount of
Olives.
"Interment or reinterment on
ITED NATIONS (AJP) In
\\ Nari-like manner, the Jor-
Arabs have desecrated more
b.ilf of the area of the ancient
cemetery on the Mount of
i east of Jerusalem. Late last
night. Mordecai R. Kidron,
permanent representative
lei at the UN, submitted a let
the United Nations inform
be delegates that he has re-
n -1 ki Me information -from
furnishing conclusive proof
extent to which the destruc-
Irul spoliation of the cemetery
proceeded."
Kidron's letter was aecom-
by a number of photo-
which showed "tonfbstones
t'tely destroyed or removed
h> me parts of the ground
Bed*." The* 'letter also stated
"seme of the missing. stones
JM'd in the construction of a
|a in Jericho. The remaining
were overturned and brok-
Israeli letter, addressed to
>ndon Flays K
rypt's Stand
JON (JTA) The British
iment deplores the state-
' made by a highranking
Ian Government official that
[the British troops evacuate'
ik-z Canal ares Egypt would
an opportunity to attack Is-
ielwyn Lloyd. British Minister
|te for Foreign Affairs; tld
l>use of Commons this week.'
tying to questions by Cman-.
inwll,- Laborite and former
tr of Defense in the Labor
tt, and by Conservative MP
Amen. Mr. Lloyd said that
|-itement by Major Salem, a
of the Egyptian ruling
was very much to be de-
if it "were the view of the
Ian Government." A moment
Te removed any doubt that
.ntinued en Pa** 13
Continued on Po H
WASHINGTON (JTA) Ambas-
sador Eric Johnston, President
Eisenhower's personal envoy, re-
turned to Washington this week
after a month of negotiations with
Arab and Israeli leaders, with an
optimistic outlook on the prospects
of a program for water and power
development in the Jordan River
Valley.
Ambassador Johnston informed
President Eisenhower that Syria,
Lebanon, Jordan and Israel have
accepted the principle of interna-
tional sharing of the waters of the
BULLETIN
JERUSALEM (JTA) An Israel
Foreign Ministry spoke sman
stressed that Ambassador Eric
Johnston's earlier statement in
"Washington on the prospects for
conclusion of a regional water and
power development plan for the
Jordan River Valley must be re-
garded as reflecting the Ambassa-
dor's" personal views, not those of
Israel.
The spokesman added that as
long as no agreement has been
reached on the main principles of
the project nothing definite can be
laid down about Israel's agreement
to any principle whatever, apart
from a general positive attitude to-
ward a regional water settlement
and apartment from the settlement
of Arab refugees in the neighbor-
ing countries.
As for Mr. Johnston's statement
concerning work on the Bnot Yaa-
cov power station on the Jordan
River, this too must be regarded as
the Ambassador's personal views.
It in no way expresses the view of
the Israel Government,
Jordan River and are prepared to
cooperate with the United States
in working out details of a mutu-
ally acceptable development pro-
gram. President Eisenhower re-
quested Mr. Johnston to return to
the Near East to seek farther
reconciliation because the findings
of the recent trip were considered
so promising. Mr. Johnston will go
within the next few months.
Progress made during negotia-
tions just concluded, said Mr.
Johnston, clearly indicated a desire
to evolve a workable plan for eco-
nomic development of the Jordan
Valley despite outstanding Arab-
Israel political issues. An early un-
derstanding of all aspects of such
a plan is now a possibility, he de-
clared. The plan involves the ac-
ceptance by the Arabs and Israel of
the following principles, announc-
ed by Ambassador Johnston:
Waters of the Jordan River
system should be shared equit-
ably by the four states in which
they rise and flow. This princi-
ple was characterized as implicit
in both the Arab and Israel
plans.
A neutral impartial authority
should be created to supervise
withdrawals of water from the
river system in accordance with
the division ultimately accepted
by all parties. The precise nat-
ure of such an authority remains
to be determined. (State Depart-
ment sources said the authority
might be a neutral group or a
United Nations agency).
Amelioration of the condition
of the Arab refugees from Pal-
estine should be a principal ob-
jective of the irrigation program
for the Jordan Valley.
Broad lines of understanding
as to the total program should be
reached at the earliest possible
time, not only in the interests of
the refugees but in the interests
of economic progress and stabil-
ity in the area.
Storage of irrigation waters
for the valley in Lake Tiberias
"will be considered open-mind-
edly" by all parties, when prog-
ress in developing the valley in-
Continued on Paoo 14
Herut Proposal Downed;
Ties With West are Urged
JERUSALEM (JTA>The Israel
Parliament this week approved by
a vote of 66 to 12 the stand taken
by the Israel Government in the
Jerusalem battle which raged for
three days last week and in which
the Israel Army was ordered to
display restraint and cooperate
with United Nations observers.
A proposal presented by the ex-
tremist right-wing Herut deputies
suggesting that Israel capture the
Jordan-held part of Jerusalem in
order to prevent further Arab at-
tacks on the Israel section of the
city was voted down by 70 to 8. A
resolution introduced by the Com-
munist deputies demanding the
vi of tha ancient cemetery on the Mount of Olives, where Jordanian Arabs last week dese-
crated more Zn hauThe Jmbs. This cemetery ha- been cherished by Jews as a sacred site
crated more
for upward of 1.000 years.
ajp riwto
UN observers be driven out of Is-
rael and rejection of the Western
Powers' security plan for the Arab-
Israel borders was defeated by a
vote of 73 to 3.
Pinchas Lavon, Israel's Defense
Minister, rejected ace usations
against the Western powers and
against United Nations observers
in Palestine, in the course of the
date. Mr. Lavon said that what Is-
rael had to do at this time was
"not to cut off relations" with the
Western Powers, but rather to "re-
capture their understanding and
friendship." As for the UN observ-
ers, he declared: "It suffices for
me if I know one observer who
spent several years in a German
concentration camp for saving Jews
not to accuse all observers."
Israel's policy today, Mr. Lavon
said, "is the same as yesterday's
Continued on Pas* 14
Lebanese Say
Israel is Guilty
UNITED NATIONS (JTA>-In a
letter to the Security Council, the
Government of Lebanon has accus-
ed Israel of responsibility in last
week's "small war" in Jerusalem
between Jordan and Israel.
The letter, which the Lebanese
delegation asked be circulated
among Security Council members,
described the three-day exchange
of shots as "yet another act of ag-
gression which was perpetrated by
the armed forces of Israel against
the Holy City of Jerusalem." The
Lebanese missive repeats the Arab
version, which Israel has denied in
a letter previously circulated.
The Jordanians earlier charged
the Jerusalem "war" as another
example of Israel's and Zionism's
"expanionist move to destroy all of
the Arab peoples and to conquer
their land."


FRIDAY, JULY 16. 195
^ictnrrkmr
Won't Publish Honor Roll, Federation Reveals
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Honor Roll and Yearbook pub-
lished annually for the past eight years, will not be printed .n 19M.
has been announced by Federat.on president Stanley C. M^s I
The Honor Roll contained the names of contributors of $10 or more,
to the Comb.ned Jewish Appeal and distributedto some ,.000 Je*.>H
residents of Dade Countr last yeaf.!
Decision to suspend publication 1 j puor!tiing rearb*k* were to
for 1964 at an experiment" was interpret agency s >ervicev pay
reached by the executive commit tribute to Federation contributors,
tee of Federation at its first of- provide volunteer workers with
ficial meeting held June 22 in the campaign facts and a> an aid in i
Shelborne Hotel. pledge-collection- ,
Subject of yearbooks and Honor It wm fe!t bv tne executive corn-
Rolls has received considerable mlttee that the same objectives
jht by Federation- ar.d vvel- couid ^ achieved through inten-
fare groups throughout the coun- Mv<. Vear-round interpretation, by
printing of facts folders, contin-
In a survey of 112 Jewish com- ue<, puDi,cation of the Federation
house organ and
:es. conducted by the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Wei-
fare Funds, it was found that 47
printed yearbooks and 65 citie-
did not Greater Miami was also
;reluded in the nationwide study
Objectives of these communities
Masada Plans
Dance Sunday
Masada. Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will present
i -Bayou Ball' on Sunday night.
J jly 18 9 p.m.. at the Hotel Robert
Richter.
The dance will be based on the
iamous New Orleans Bayou Ball.
and the Ra rent dance rage of New Orlean.-.
.ill be introduced at this affair.
Proceeds of the affair, according
: i Jerry Miller, president of the
young adult Zionist District, will
be u>ed for Masada's local and over-
The>e include- the Kfar Silver
Children's Agricultural Training
School which is to be opened in
Israel this fall. Sam Soldinger is
chairman of the ball and is being
f-d by Sybil Kaplan. Lillian
Bams. Howard Stein. Stanly JQSO-
witz. Selma Shenkman Ira Joseph
^nd Archie Goodw:r.
a wider BBC OS
local press, as well a> radio and
television program-
According to recent reports, a
number of other large cities which
suspended publication of year-
book- have agreed, in -ubstance.
with this solution of the problem jubaum Named Head
Of year round community mterpre- Qf Maccabee Lodge
tation.
Mrs. Yaqoda Hostess
Chow Mein *.xl Mah Jong wi|
be the order of the day when the
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. Ban
B'rith Women, hold their China,
card party at the Shangn U Re*
taurant. 15 NE 3rd are., on We*,
nesday. July 14. 8:30 p.m. Mrs.
Burton Yagoda. 200 SW Sift
will be hostess.


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National Nephrosis Foundation will
present a member of the Dade
County Medical Association in a
. of nephrosis on Friday.
July 16. 1 p.m.. over station WTYJ
The speaker, also a member of
the chapters medical ad
board will appear on the local
television show, -Brunch With th-n ,ht 1952 Annual Report
Published by
Mount Sinai
A general increase in all activ-
ities at Mount Sinai Hospital dur-
ing 1953 is reflected in the Miami
Beach institution's fourth annual
report, made
public by Max
Orovitz, hospital
president.
During the
year, the number
of patient days
rose to 6 4.146
from 57.535 in
1952. an 11 per
cent increase.
The total num-
ber of patients
from 8.922
to 7921
B;rths at Mount Sinai totaled
1.029 during 1953. an increa>e
from 844 the year before.
It cost the hospital $266,538 to
care for 1.266 free patients during
the year. Cost of free patient care
in 1952 was S254.521
The hospital s expanding activi
ties hiked the year's operating defi
cit to $272,484. about $62,000 more
Most of the

George Albaum has become the
new chancellor commander of Mac-
cabee Lodge No. 182. Knights of
Pythias, after having been installed
by Pnat District Deputy Grand
Chancellor Adolph Rachline of the
Florida Seventh District
Other Maccabee Lodge officers
installed were Ham Heater, vice
chancellor. Sam Arias, prelate;
Dave Collins, master of work- \1
Roth, recording secretary. Phil
Jacoby. financial secretary. Harry
Tamarkin. treasurer: Bob Arias,
aster at arm-. Ralph Robin, inner
guard: and Lester Ciine. outer.
guard.
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Judy." explaining the dread di-
that attacks kidneys, usually
without warning, causing disturb-
ances in bodily functions.
The chapter also plans a
deficit was made up by a $114,581
grunt from the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal, and $150,619 from the Ju-
meet- b,lee and 0,ner hospital program*
:ng at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel,
room 2A. on Monday evening. July
19. 830 p m. A report made by .
the planning committee of the or-,
lanization will be given at that
i.me
Function of the local chapter is
to raise funds for research and to:
educate the community about ne-
phrosis and the various courses the
disease takes.
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1H5AY. JULY 16. 1954
alendar Reform? -- Confusion
By ARTHUR LEWIS
JTA
[UNITED NATIONS Besides
Infusion over the calendar reform
finch the Economic and Social
nuncil is considering at its session
Geneva now, there is bewilder-
m and a great deal of ignorance
pout what it means. Orthodox
fwry is very much opposed to it,
lit for a while, the newspaper,
Dbservatore Romano, gave the
npression that the Roman Catho-
('hurch was in favor of itso
Inch so that the Vatican had to
Irrect this and officially inform
[e United Nations Secretariat thai
[did not support the present proj-
[ what is this project? It is known
the World. Calendar and is what
described-as a perpetual calen-
^r In other words Friday would
on the same day of the month
itv year. This is done by taking
ray the week day name of the last
of the year and calling it
irld Day.
Thus, 364 days are left and 364
[divisible by seven into 92 weeks.
hi extra .dav of the leap year is
rked on to June and called World
|iy too. The World Calendar also
vides the quarters equally (364
| divisible by four) and gives the
st month of each quarter 31 days
Id all the other months 30 days.
iQuite obviously, the present cal-
jar which is nearly 400 years
as it was drawn up by Pope
h-gory in the 16th century and is
(nun as the Gregorian Calendar
ves a lot to be desired. The
iTld Calendar is an improvement
has an appeal for those who
the days of the year to be di-
Sed up accurately, but it offends
|iscrvations Open
Camp Carlylc
Vctivlties at Camp Carlyle, Hen-
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the 1054 season, according to
announcement this week by
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firs. A-.. A. Hayden, girls' head
unsellor.' and Mrs. Murry Gross-
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tt sports and cultural activities
Mu.ii- the participation of many
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Leading teams are Sandra Bar-
in. Mike Gold, Charles Arnold,
Kwi Grossman, Gerald Albert,
ve Purish, Sue Miller. David
and Danny Ostrowsky.
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religions whose holy day is the
seventh day.
The effect of the World Calen-
dar would be that the Sabbath,
which now falls on a Saturday,
would be one day out of sequence
with each year because of the
World Day, and two days out with
each Leap Year because of the two
World Days. Thus, if this calendar
were to be adopted, the Sabbath,
' which, according to the Torah
falls on the seventh day, would not
necessarily be on Saturday but
could fall on almost any day. This
would affect religious Jews not
only as far as their employment is
concerned but also as far as the
schooling of their children and
even voting. There is no voting on
Saturdays now but elections might
be held on a week-day which coin-
cided with the Sabbath under the
new calendar.
A way around this would be to
Wise HadctMah Plans
Local Summer Affairs
A summer card party is schedul-
ed by the Stephen S. Wise Group
of Hadassab on Saturday evening,
8:30 p.m. at the Monte Carlo Ho-
tel. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Sam
Bryman and Mrs. Ben Alpern. Pro-
ceeds will be for Youth Aliyah.
According to Mrs. Benjamin A.
Gladwin. president, the group also
plans a theater party at the Bilt-
more Playhouse on Wednesday
evening, August 4, 8:30 p.m., when
motion picture and TV star Vickie
Cummings appears in the Sam
Hirsch production of "Late Love."
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Murray Weil, with Mrs. Sanford
Jacobson and Mrs. Alpern assist-
ing. ,
save up the extra day or days in
the year, those World Days, and
make a week out of them; thus, the
average year would consist of 32
weeks while every sixth year or so
would have 53 weeks. However,
this "solution" would probably
raise other problems, and there are
no proponents of it.
Of course, it would have been a
great feather in the cap of those
backing the World Calendar if the
Roman Catholic Church had sup-
ported it. Apparently, the Vatican
is not against calendar reform but
is not taken with the present proj-
ect. Without the backing of the
Catholic Church, it would seem as
if the World Calendar does not
stand much chance of being adopt-
ed by the United Nations. It has
to be considered by the Economic
and Social Council before it is tak-
en up by the General Assembly.
Both the United Kingdom and
the United States are opposed to it,
largely because there is no great
desire for calendar reform in any
of these countries. About the only
strong supporter of the World Cal-
endar is India which is proposing
its adoption. The reason for this is
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FRIDAY. JULY 16. 1954
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PAGE 5
Nazis to be Back in Uniform by End of 1954
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
WASHINGTONNazi war crim-
inals may be back in uniform by
l he end of 1954 as a by-product of
the American plan for the remili-
tarization of West Germany.
The Defense Department has
solicited advice from Nazi Field
Marshal Albert Kesselring who was
convicted and imprisoned for
slaughtering 400 innocent men and
women near Rome. Kesselring is
also giving the Bonn Government's
military planning office his expert
recommendations. He has been
honored by the Commander of the
U.S. Air Force in Germany by an
invitation to see the latest jet air-
[ craft and other secret weapons, The
1 Air Force was apparently deeply
I impressed by his cooperative at-
titude and the respect he pays to
ITS. officers.
on the same day in 1950 that
lK>">se)ring was freed from serving
la fraction of his sentence, he was
[fleeted president of the newly-re-
|' >! sa pernationalistic "Stal
Ilii-lm"a war veterans' organiza-
tion which paved the way for Hit
]' and the rearming of Germany
K.t years ago. The reason the occu-
|l jiinn authorities gave for releas-
|ii Kesselring from prison was
that he was "dying of cancer."
inee then, he has enjoyed the best
>t health and travels throughout
i-rmany and Austria visiting cron-
|i and vigorously organizing the
new "Wehrgeist "
I nder the rules of the European
|> Sense Community (EDC), French
nsent is required before Ger-
many may rearm. Because the
^rench sensed the nature of the
proposed new German army, they
withheld the necessary approval.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles advanced a German scheme
to by-pass France. President Eisen-
hower accepted this formula and
obtained agreement on it from
Prime Minister Churchill.
West Germany is prepared to
mobilize a hardhitting army of
500,000 within the next two years.
The "go ahead" signal may be re-
ceived from Washington before
he end of this summer. Prepara-
tions have been completed on pa-
per. AH the National Defense Com-
mission in Bonn has to do is press
a button and the wheels of the new
German military machine will start
to turn.
The plans call for 12 divisions,
six of them infantry, four armored
and two motorized, plus an air
force of 1,500 planes and 80.000
men, and a 20,000 man navy.
Even before the EDC treaty was
approved by the Bonn Parliament,
the most competent veterans of Hit-
ler's service were drawing up blue-
prints. They worked closely with
U.S. officers. This military plan-
ning office is called the National
Defense Commission because West
Germany is forbidden by the Allies
to have a formal Defense Ministry
until it is officially authorized to
rearm. The commission's director
is Theodor Blank. -His staff long
ago completed detailed plans for
new training grounds, barracks and
airfields, and a system for select-
ing officers, recruiting non-com-
missioned officers and conscript-
ing 18-year-olds.
The first soldiers in uniform
will be 100)000 volunteers who will
form cadets and training units for
the subsequent waves of Draftees.
Over 115.000 have already volun- sion over the decision in Washing-
teered including Stormtroopers ,on t0 restore Germany as top miii-
who are fiercely proud of their al-1tary power in western Europe is
>,,.,,., u;.i. tu shared by many Jews who survived
legunce to Hitler. The new army Wor|d War ,t y hard (or Jews
will provide a table of orgapization | to accept the idea that they are be-
for 40 generals, 250 colonels, 900 ing protected from harm by the
lieutenant colonels, 2,000 majors,
6,300 captains and 12.300 lieuten-
ants.
Gen. Hasso Von Maneuffel, Nazi
armored force expert and now a
member of the West German Par-
liament, conceived the new plan.
The Manteuffel plan would ignore
France on the EDC issue and cre-
ate a national German forces under
complete German sovereignty. It
envisages the evasion of EDC safe-
guards against resurgent German
militarism. There would be no in-
tegration of troops and no common
budget, as under EDC, and no ef-
fective guarantee against indepen-
dent German military action.
President Eisenhower has placed
his hopes in German militarism as
an effective bulwark against Com-
munism despite his own experi-
ences in two World Wars. He has
adopted the Manteuffel planwith
slight modificationsand persua-
ded Churchill to do likewise.
France was invaded by Germany
three times in 70 years. The French
are understandably reluctant to
create another German menace
and doubt Germany's integrity as
a partner in the struggle against
totalitarianism. French apprehen-
remobilization of a powerful force
led by convicted Nazis and murder-
ers like Kesselring.
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)A. JULY 16. 1954
J~*i PAGE?
merican Notables... Emile Berliner: The Jew of 1891
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Kerry JhreeeerPl celesta, constituting a serin entitled,
ticom Nofwltt, is otino ovklished Oy The Jewish fli,l,n
art oi # ttrctnttmmry celebrotion of Jewish itrtfcmrm Ja
IMfae* Sf*s.-Tfc. faWersJ
f"ame, like success, seems to depend on luck. For by
criterion of achievement, Emile Berliner should be a
ehold name in the company of Edison or Bell, Fulton
lorse. Yet he is virtually unknown, even among the
bated. Were his public relations faulty? Perhaps a
|ency to suppress his Jewish origins played down the
on to anonymity. His biography by Frederic William
carefully avoids the term Jewish, an absurd pre-
|ion, since the names of family and friends betray the
et.
Cmile Berliner was bom in Hanover during the skep-
i'i-a when German Jews affected Christianity, not out
wirtioni niit s evidence of sincere integration into
Fultural and social life of Germany. Emigrating in his
> v heeanded at Washington and got a job in a
s furnishing store, the business which Jews virtually
ipoltaeoTxasring the later 19th century. For a year.
veled on the road as a "drummer," which at least
Hrfated.~the process of Americanization. Returning to
ojd jotfc. ih^ Washington, he read the Congressional
>rd in spare time, and improved his English by listen-
the. numerous speaker in the National Capitol.
|he natsoB celebrated its centennial at Fairmont Park,
inlelphia with an exhibition of its progress. Among
u*ny. exhibits of unrestricted free enterprise, the in-
ion of an obscure Scotsman, one Alexander Graham
| attracted) but slight attention until the visiting Em per
rl Brazil acclaimed the marvel of hearing the human
through a wire contraption. Scientists took notice.
[fhe press hailed the new telephone as promising to
the telegraph.
fell's Invention was hardly more than a toy for the
kement of youngsters listening to each other's voices
jgh the walls of their homes. People with spare
py bought the sets and strung wire into their neigh-
bors' houses. Sound carried imperfectly and speech need-
ed repeated shouting for the ear to distinguish words at
the other end. Bells telephone was merely an extension
of the telegraph principle; an electrically charged wire
with receivers at each end.
The telephone idea intrigued the store clerk and book-
keeper. But he knew little or nothing of science or elec-
tricity, his formal education having ended in high school.
He did read, however, a book or two on physics. What
possessed him to tackle the rudimentary telephone is a
question for psychologists. With his little spending money
he fitted up a crude apparatus in the bedroom of his
boarding house and strung wires to the rooms of neigh-
bors and friends. He rescued every moment of spare time
to "tinker with his toy." Strange to relate, he stumbled
upon the two apparati that made the telephone into a
practical instrument for commercial use.
Berliner discovered the microphone, with its loose
diaphragm that receives and transmits the voice through
a wire, detached from the receiver. This sensitive trans-
mitter enables words of varying sound or intensity to
register on the ear. He also discovered the use of the
transformer to prevent the fading out of sound and retain
its vibrations on an even keel. These two improvements
assured the stability of Bell's embryonic telephone. With-
out Berliner's invention, radio would be inconceivable.
The Stabilised Telephone
The struggling Bell Telephone Company pioneered
with renting out its imperfect equipment. Western Union,
in 1878 the richest corporation in Africa, became aware
of the vast potentialities in the new invention. This com-
pany utilized the patent of Thomas A. Edison, as his ex-
perimental telephone surpassed Bell's in efficiency. The
Bell Telephone Company could not compete with a super-
ior product backed by the huge capital of Western Union.
But chance intervened. Bell's agent happened to run
across the Berliner invention. Negotiations resulted in
acquiring Berliner's patent. He was given an important
post with the company, and the telephone began its tri-
umphal encirclement of the globe. Thanks to Bell's in-
vention and Berliner's supplements thereto, the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company is now the largest
corporation in the world.
Berliner now turned his attention to the talking
machine. Edison had established its feasibility when his
half-baked experiment talked back "Mary had a little
lamb." The Edison Company was selling phonographs
which reproduced on soft wax cylinders the human voice
fjt a mechanical nasal twang.
Again Berliner outdid Edison. Discarding the cumber-
some cylinder as impractical, he invented the flat disc,
which propelled the reproducing stylus or needle in a
groove of even depth and varying direction. This disc of
a hardened rubber composition could be produced in mass
and sold cheaply. The movable reproducer was a great
improvement over Edison's fixed machine. The Berliner
graphophone developed into the Victor Talking Machine
with its masthead of a dog listening to "His master's
voice." Victor records became a medium of culture and
pleasure in every civilized language and sold the world
over. The magnitude of the new industry may be deduced
from the million dollar royalty paid to the heirs of Caruso
in the years 1921-25 by the Victor Talking Machine Co.
Public Benefactor
For the rest of his life, Berliner worked continuously
on new inventions. He made important experiments in
helicopters and helped to perfect the lightweight revolv-
ing motor for airplanes. He discovered the use of tile for
acoustics in auditoriums. Nor was public health neglected.
A pioneer in Pasteurizing milk, he was a founder of the
Society for the Prevention of Sickness in Washington and
became president of the District of Columbia Tubercu-
losis Association.
Finally he awoke to the needs of his own people. In
his last years, he displayed interest in the Hebrew.'Uni-
versity and the rebuilding of Palestine. But standing
aloof during a crucial period, he left no impress oft Jewish
life, and consequently remained unknown. Biographer
Wile stresses his German antecedents, but the Nazis ig-
nored and forgot Emile Berliner.
1LIGI0US DIRECTORY
>RTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
will inaugurate a summer
fs of late evening services on
b> at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer
kmowitz will preach on the ser-
topic: "Quest for Peace." An
Shabbar will follow. Rabbi
I Mrs. Abramowitx will act as
to the community. Liturgical
Ion of the service will be led
|udge Theodore Nelson in the
nee <.f Cantor Edward Klein.
fees on Saturday morning are
15 a m. with Rabbi officiating
Idiscussing the Portion of the
kMORA JEWISH CENTER will
i-rvices Friday at &30 p.m.,
Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiat-
rvices will he held at 9 a.m.
May and Sunday.

)RTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
luill hold Friday evening serv-
' 8 15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry
ica officiating and preaching
Pe topic: "The Meaning of the
th." Cantor Maurice Neu will
pr the musical portions of the
ly. with Lucille Moore direct-
Ihe choir. The Oneg Shabbat
ling will be sponsored by Mr.
Irs Henry Taylor, whose son,
will become Bar Mitzvah
IK Saturday morning services
im. Daily services are at 7:30
Ind 7 p.m. Sunday services are
i m.

4PLE BETH SHOLOM will
Friday evening services at
I m with Rabin Leon Kronish
Hng and preaching on the
"The Fiftieth Yahrzeit of
>r Hen!/' Saturday morning
ees arf at 10:45 a.m.
>
*PLE ISRAEL of Miami will
'ndajr evening services at
> with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
tabbi wneritus, officiating.
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^AELITE^CENTER will hold
eveningWrvices at 8:45 p.m.
lay morning services are at
n. Mincha will be at 6:45
followed by Shalos Seudos.

rESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
will hold services Friday
at 6:15 ftm. Guest Rabbi Kap-
II Sair Antonio, Texas, will
Bte Saturday morning at 8:30
[Mincb* services will be at
1 CanUr Abraham Seif will
'he fnisical portions of the
f.

IPLI tMANU-EL will hold
evening services at 6 p.m.
y morning services are at 9
a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate and preach on the topic:
Pop Conductors to
Be Honored Here
The three conductors of the sum-
mer pop concerts will be honored
The Responsibilities We Owe" to j Saturday at a reception given by
Our Country Cantor Philip Brum- Mr nd Mrs. J. R. CNeil for the
mer will render the musical por- j Symphony Club of the University
tions of the liturgy. Daily services Miami.
The party will be held in the gar-
den of their home at 1285 NE 101
St.. from 4 to 6 p.m.
Honor guests will be John Bit-
are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7
pan.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening ter- mus,c dh-ector and regular
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday inductor of the symphony; Izler
morning services are at 9 .m. Class So'0"- guest conductor for three
in Perek will be conducted by H. successive concerts beginning Sun-
Eisenberg at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is' aay- and M,^^ A"0' fte
at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos 1conductor ot fhe-summer pops Au-
Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 gu,t B
a.m. and 7 p.m. J Hostesses assisting Mrs. I. Dan-
si | iel Shorell. social chairman of the
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION "Symphony Club, will be the Mes-
will hold Fridav evening services dames Jay F. W. Pearson, wife of
at 7 p.m. Saturday morning services the president of the university;
are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Samuel Turk, | Monte Sehg, Horacio Aguirre, Al-
of New York, vice president of the bert Pick. Claude Renshaw, Jeffer
Rabbinical Alliance of America
and chairman of its placement com-
mittee, will be guest speakefT Min-
son Wynne, Franklyn H. Johnson
and A. Judson Hill.
Serving at the punch bowls will
cha is at 7 p.m. and will be fol- be Mrs. John Prosser. Mrs. ('. K
lowed by Shalos Seudos, with Rab-1 Jackson and Mrs. Sydney Wein-
bi Turk discussing
Portion.
the Weekly
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday j series,
evening services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
traub.
A limited guest list will include
officers of the club and friends of
the conductors and the pop concert
Beach Zionists Share
Lincoln Road Offices
Miami Beach Zionist District an
nounces the opening of its new
New Yiddish Hour
To be Heard Locally
Louis Gross, veteran of over 20
years of Yiddish broadcasting, will
begin a new half-hour radio pro-
pram Sunday, 11 a.m., over station
WMIE.
According to Gross, the program
office at 800 Lincoln rd.. :Sui e 17, scheduled for a full hour
according to Fred '* P}Jn|' in the evening beginning Novem-
The Distrtctnow shares fac I.- audj
ties with Gilbert Rappaport, Flor
ida state drrector of the Zionist
Organization' of America.
As agents for Scrip, the, local
District will also handle sale of
food certificates for Israel at the
new office. -^ y-
ence participation at the studio.
Currently broadcasting over sta-
tion WJMJ, Philadelphia, the news
analyst and former journalist has
been a resident there since 1910.
Gross intends to continue his Phila-
delphia stint on tape in addition
to the newly announced WMIE lo-
cal schedule.
To take the form of a cultural
and literary program, the broad-
east here will Include organiza-
tional participation gratis, Gross
said this week. .
Joseph Birnbaum, long-time res-
ident in this area and known in
the radio field, will be announcer
for the new program.
Featured Sunday will he a 15-
minute news analysis and a dis-
cussion on the 50th anniversary of
the death of Dr. Theodore Herzl,
father of modern Zionism. Guest
speaker will be Hon. Harold Sha-
piro. Mayer of Miami Beach.
Signe Hasso to Star in New Hirsch
Production at Biltmore Theatre
The international comedy hit
that made a star of Gertrude Lawr-
ence has been selected as the next
presentation of the Biltmore Play-
house. The play is "Candle-Light"
and will star Signe Hasso. with
William Langford heading the sup-
porting cast.
"Candle-Light," the play that de-
lighted theater-goers in Paris, Vi-
enna and London before settling
down for a long run on Broadway
with Miss Lawrence in her first
non-musical role, will open at the
Biltmore on Tuesday night and
run for two weeks through August
3.
Miss Hasso, who has been best
known for her many starring mo-
tion picture roles, actually is rec-
ognized as "First Lady of the The-
atre" in her native Sweden.
The lovely foreign-born actress
has played hundreds of roles at
the Royal Theatre in Stockholm,
where her first major success
came at the age of 19 when she
was chosen to play the titlerole
in "Mary Queen of Scots."
Her American movie career be-
gan in 1942, and she has been
seen in "Assignment in Brittany."
"Heaven Can Wait," The Crisis"
and "Where There's Life," co-star-
ring Bob Hope.
On Broadway, Miss Hasso was
seen in the starring role of "Ed-
wina Black" and co-starred with
Melvyn Douglas in "Glad Tidings."
"Candle-Light," which deals with
valets and parlour maids as urbane
as their masters and mistresses,
has been adapted from the
Austrian of Siegfried Geyer by P.
G. Wodehouse. creator of the fam-
ed gentleman's gentleman, Jeeves.
The current Sam Hirsch produc-
tion. Time of the Cuckoo," which
stars Luther Adler and Claire
Luce, will play through Sunday
night with matinees on Saturday
and Sunday.
Signe Hasso
Rabbi Turk to be
Guest at Services
Rabbi Samuel Turk, of New
York, vice president of the Rab-
binical Alliance of America and
chairman of it* placement commit
tee, will be guest speaker at the
Sabbath morning-services of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob.
Rabbi Turk, ordained at the
Mesifta Torah Vodaath, is a grad
uate of the City College of New
York, received the Master degree
from New York University and is
a candidate for a doctorate at Ye-
shiva University.
Pioneer Women
Plan Local Affairs
Pioneer Women of Club II will
entertain members and their
friends on a moonlight cruise on
the Yacht Seven Seas Saturday
evening, July 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. pub-
licity chairman, announces that the
boat rule will start from Pier B in
the City Yacht Basin.
One of the activities of Pioneer
Women's organizations is the re-
habilitation of those children who
have come to Israel from concen-
tration camps. Proceeds from the
boat ride will be used to support the
Child Rescue program.
A novel picnic-card party is
planned by the Mesdames Dora
Vilensky and Betty Schecter for
Pioneer Women of Club I on Sun-
day, Julv 18, at noon on the private
beach of the Strath Haven Hotel.
Mrs. Louis Beckerman. president
of Club I, has arranged a luncheon,
card games and swimming for
members and guests.
Proceeds will aid in the program
for the Moetzet Hapoalot. Israels
counterpart of the American Pion-
eer Women, in their agricultural
and vocational schools, day nurser-
ies and kindergartens, nursing
mother's home and their youth vil-
lage, "Ain Karem," in Jerusalem.


PAGE 8
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Patricia Anne Gillette Becomes Mrs.
Walts; Chooses Nylon Tulle Gown
In a 6:30 p.m. ceremony at the
Saxony Hotel on Sunday, July 11.
Mis- Patricia Anno Gillette, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. Jules Gillette.
4585 Nautilus et Miami Beach.
bacaOM the bride of Harry Phillip
Walts, MW of Mrs. Julius Kweskin.
St. Louis, Mo.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman perform-
ed the candlelight ceremony in a
room decorated entirely in pink
ami white
Bast man was Morne Walts.
brother of the groom. Matron of
honor was Mrs Kenneth Collins,
of New York, sister of the bride
Ushers Included Fred Grand
Jean, ot SI 1 ouis. Marvin I.iober
man. Lawrence Rubin and Henrj
line, all of Lansing, Mich
The bride selected a gown of
cassanaar nylon tulle, basque bo-
dice fashioned in V off-the-shoul-
dar neckline delicately embroider
, : with sprinkling ol miniatifre
jeweling Her bouffanl skirt of
nxlon tulle over silk laffeta floated
into a chapel train
Her crown Of seed pearls and
sequins was held with three tiers
of French illusion
The bride i> a graduate <>i IVnn
Hull PreparatOT) SchiMl in i*ham-
bprsburs;. Pa She attended the
I invcrsily ot Miami, where >he
u.is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
sororlQr Active in the Ballet Guild
,'t Greater Miami, she became wall
known in the Miami area for her
dancing on television
She recently returned from the
\orth where she san.c and danced
in the Broadwa) and Chicago com
- \\ ish n^ ou Were Here "
Mr Walts l- original!) from St
He attended Washington
L'niversitj During World II. he
instrument trsmin:; in
tor in the Arm) Air Force He
..., in I
A reception and dinner followed
-----------------------------------------------
Simonhoffs Reveal
Klaine's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs Sam Simonhoff an
ement of their
[I :er Elaine, to Mr Phillip T
w. einstein. of Miami
.:d:ed at Rryn Mar Col
lege and at Cornell University.
where she majored in art After
gradual! .n from Cornell I':
attended New York I'm
taking a post graduate
course in an
v) i nsU in. til I Mr
- .- M.
-ated
reived his academic training.
from the l r:\crsitv of Miami.
law, graduating
Mr w, astern is associated with
.- firm of Pepper and Fair-
Barbara Greenfield
Picks August 1o
The en,ag..i,., o. their daush-
ier Barbara. U announced ths
w,,k Mr snd Mrs Irving I
Greenfield 4W Nautilus di H
;|n" Beach .
Tl, brideelecf. fww
ar(l F Parkei son of he Morris
Parkers, Guli Breeie Fta
^ Greenfield attended fh,
Unlversit) ol Alabama fromil9M
to 1952. where she Joined sigma
IK
nUg>AY, JTJLYIft iatt
litli LewiS to Wed Joe Bernstein Here
Mrs. Charles Stanley 7*5
Mrs. Harry P. Waffs
at the Saxony After a honeymoon
in Havana, the couple will he at
home at 2715 Senate dr 1 si
A1 perls to Sail for
Europe August (5
Sailing on the SS l'v
on August ti will be Mr and Mrs
Morns Alpert. 3930 North Mer
ave for a tour of the continent
In Tans, the Alperts will N
b\ their daughter and
Mr and Mrs Milton Nussbaum. who
are now :n Europe Th: plan 1
spend the High Holy H
Israel
Mr- \:pert. who is wi
for her civic and > I
ership ni. will N
at a luncheer
the Algiers h
members of the Hani v
Group of Hada--
founder and pi
llarte see i will
Teitch. Mrs Harry '. M
Mrs Abe Robin*
st.. announces the
Delta ft : "' June,
195-i f the L'niversitj ol
S
Dell

ml in
K
iritj is
The couple |
Miss Judith lewis
Moonlight Cruise Slated
By Emanuel-El Men
A moonlight cruise will be held
Sundaj b) th<- Men's Club of Tem-
manu Kl. according to Allen
Goldberg president
boat, "The Seven
will leave from Pier 8. Mi
mi, al 8 no p m
Serving as members of the h<>-t
"crew" will he C.ilbort Balkin. Aar-
on Bookspan, Henrj Oovo, Leon-
ard Coleman, Arthur DeGptZ, Mar-
vin Kimmel, Dave K linger. Ger-
sbon Miller. Edward Newman, Jo-
.! i Parlmutter, Mich-
. Salmon Hat rj Son,'. Morns
ider, Alfred stone and Sun-
i Swimmer
engagement y,
her daughter, Judy, to jnc BenT
stein. Jr., son of Mr and Mrs i~
Bernstein. 5S9 North Bay rd
The bride-elect is the dBught,, ]
of Mr. Joel Lewis, 568 ( hurca ,v. '
Woodmere, Long Island. N.y
Miss Lewis a gradu-t. ol Miami'
Beach High School, where sba *u
captain of cheerleaders Naw,.
Honor Society and held office
various student organi/.
She attended the I'mversir/1
Florida, at Gainesville, where J_
made the Dean's List sh< a.s U;
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi !
cial sorority.
Mr. Bernstein is also a graduate"
of Miami Beach High s^houL Te 5
attended the University ,,( hj^j j
and is a member of Pi Umbda Phi
fraternity.
At present, he i- ,ni ^^
the United States Am \ u> Ump
Gordon, Ga. The cou| li are pln-
ning a September wedding.
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PAGE 9
|y. Rings New Bells For Nuptjals, Fiances Give Rings
Libertarian Speaks Vows \Vi|h Mr.
lard Davis; to Live in North Carolina
[ Miriam Edith Liberman,
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
1900 Liberty ave., Mi-
ch and Bernard Davis, son
Tilhe Davis, Wilmington,
kke their vows in the Coro-
tm of the Empress Hotel
ay. June 27.
ink cahdlelight ceremony
|ce under a floral wedding
white and shellpink peo-
dite chrysanthemums^ and
path and palms. Rabbi Irv-
l.ehrmart officiated, and
lirley Young sang "At
and "Because."
lan was Louis Goldfarb,
lew were Frank Solomon
Rosenblatt.
r wedding gown, the bride
white Dresden rose lace
the skirt designed with
khief hemline over accor-
ded nylon tulle, the fitted
accented' by pleated tulle
ped with a matching lace
bk't and finished with
'an collar, long tailored
und tiny lace buttons,
riple-tiered veil of French
was heJrt in place by a
nd. She carried a white
i lal Bible centered with
le hybrid orchids and show
|h stephimotis. Her two sis-
re honor attendants. Mrs.
Rosenblatt, who had come
kron, Ohio, for the nup-
ure a beige lace ballerina
Itching accessories and Mrs.
lolomon from Bay Heights,
i pink organza ballerina
Itching accessories,
carried heartshaped fans
eif rotes, showered with
satin. Linda Solomon,
i he bride, was flower girl,
in white and pink organdy
Ink shoes. She carried a
nd pink maline basket with
Hals.
1.1Herman chose cerulean
jrl'ni lace with corded satin
.uid Mrs. Davis, ashes of
mlorad Jace. Both wore
Irchid corsages,
ireption and family dinner
I the ceremony. White pe-
oaby breath, shellpink car-
Mrs. Bernard Davis
sweetheart roses. AH floral de
signs were executed by the Black-
stone Flower Shops.
Among out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liberman,
aunt and uncle of the bride, and
their family. Mrs. Mollie Kodish,
aunt of the bride, and Mr. and
Mrs. William Rosenblatt, sister
and hrother-in-law of the bride,
all from Akron, O.
The bride is a graduate of Akron
schools and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. She is a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
The groom is a graduate of the
University of North Carolina and
a World War n veteran. He saw
service overseas as Captain with
the U.S. Army.
For her going away costume, the
bride chose pink silk shantung
with pink accessories and white
double orchid corsage.
Diane Kdelstein.
Mr. Paul Cristal
Married on Beach
June 22 was the date of the wed-
ding of two University of Miami
students. Diane Edelstein and
Paul Crist a I exchanged vows at the
San Souci Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Betty Edelstein, 1350 Pennsyl-
vania ave.. and the late Sidney
Edelstein. Mr. Cristal's parents
arc the David Cristals, of St. Louis,
Mo.
The former Miss Edelstein was
given in marriage by her brother
in-law. Don Stuart. His wife, Mrs.
Stuart, was matron of honor for
her sister. Bridesmaids were Car-
ole Hollender. Darlene Bern-tern
and Arlene iiuchwald.
The groom's father was best
man. and groomsmen were Eddie
Criktal, Frank Jacobs and Ralph
Graff. Seating guests were Paul
Rothman, Barry Brownstein, Dick
Cohen. Bob Rcznikoff and Allan
Pasternak.
The bride attends the University
of Miami and is vice president of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and a
member of Kappa Delta education-
al honorary society.
Mr. distal received his degree
from the UM, where he was a mem-
ber of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and
Alpha Kappa Psi, national business
fraternity.
The couple honeymooned in
Nassau.
Miss Silverman Married With Mother's
Wedding Hand; (iroom is I'M Graduate
On the groom's parents,
Upon completion of an extend-
pd fii ilk -candles decorated ed honeymoon trip by motoc, Mr.
tr Udjiej The four-tiered I and Mrs. Davis will reside at 915
cake was accented by' Hawthorne Road, Wilmington.
Yankel Says
[s on June 27
Ada Ffankel met Philip
Janavey at her sister's
to Mr. .lanavty's Musln
fame name.
'uplc were marrfJMl on June
i- Kmpress Hotel, wfth Rab-
p- Skop. Cora! Games Jew-
Htcr spiritual leader1, offl'
bride is the daughter of M/:
r- l...uis Frantel, 8800'NW
Mr. Janavey is the sfln
Ida Janavey, 223 Mendota
id tae^iate Harry William
[bride's only attendant was
L. Janavey, her sister in
est man was Merton E. Wet-
Ithe groom's brother-in-law.
a honeymoon in Nassau
Itour of Florida, the couple
fcide at 5305 Biscaync blvd.,
Hieir new home is completed.
|navey. ml an accountant for
rtt Punrt '
Mrs. Paul Criifl
W-
Mrs.
m
tmmi
WmINb J. FrecftlMMi
Fruehtman, Green
Plan for December
Miss Priscilla June Fruehtman
and Leonard Irving Green will be
married in December.
Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. David
Fruehtman. 1048 Lenox ave, Mi-
ami Beach, are announcing the
bride-elect's betrothal to Mr.
Green, who is the son of the Ben
Greens, 771 SE 8th st. Hialeah.
Miss Fruehtman has recently re
turned from New York City, where
she was associated with McGregor
Sportswear.
Her fiance served in the Air
Force for six years and is at pres-
ent operating a television and
electric service.
Barbara Sue Haas
Receives Her Rigg
Former Miami Beach High
School student Barbara Sue Haas
has received her ring from Jay
Wander, of New York City.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mrs. Julius Haas and the late
Mr. Haas. She and her mother have
been living in New York while she
attends New York University.
Miss Haas will graduate from
the school of design when she will
set the date for the wedding.
Mr. Wander, recently discharged
from the Army, is completing his
studies for an engineering degree.
The bride-elect and her mother
plan to visit Miami in the sum-
mer.
I>i I.lrto
Mrs. RanaM Ager
Gurkev, Eichcnbaum
Betrothal Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gurkey, of
2472 SW 21st st.. Miami, announce
the betrothal of their daughter,
Anita E!len, to Bernard L. Eichen-
baum, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Eichenbaum, Philadelphia, Pa.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Miami
and the University of Florida. She
is a member of Sharet Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Alpha Delta Sigma.
He served as a platoon leader with
the 40th Infantry Division in Korea
and is now attending the Univer-
sity of Miami Law School.
The couple will be married on
September 4th.
Mill Barbara $. Haai
30th
wedding anniversary, Sunday, July
4th, Miss Eleanor B. Silverman and
Mr. Ronald Ager were married at
the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Jack Silverman, 8200
Chase ave. The groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Drez Ager. 450
East Di Lido dr.
The bride was given in marriage
by h'T father. She wore a magnifi-
cent designer's gown of nylon tulle
with an all-lace redingcoat of hand
run alencon UK*. The gown was in
princess lines with appliques of
lace, having tiny French paillettes
in iridescent coloring. These same
appliques outlined the bodice at
the neck line.
The wide bouffant skirt of many
layers of tulle had the same lace
trimming. The redingcoat was of
all lace with a snug fitting bodice
and long sleeves and flowed into a
cathedral train. The veil was made
of matching paillettes with French
illusion in fingertip length.
The bride was married in her
mother's gold wedding band. Miss
Gail Linn was maid of honor. She
was gowned in pink tulle, made
with a fitted bodice and very full
skirt of wide ruffled tiers. A match-
ing cape covered her shoulders.
The bridesmaids were Miss Sue
Stahl. Miss Leslie Weisbrod and
Miss Florence Boderman and Mrs.
Carol Konhauzer. cousins of the
bride. The bridesmaids were draas-
es of sheer white organdy embroid-
ered in pink, with pink taffeta un-
derskirts giving the illusion of an
entirely pink dress, which was in
accord with the pink and white
theme of the wedding.
The attendants carried bouquets
of pink and white carnations.
Best man was Dr. Leonard M Si I
verman. brother of the bride. The
ushers were Scot Tinter, Paul
Shiekman and Arnold Bergman and
Martin Smith, cousins of the bride
The bride will receive her BA
degree from the University of Mi-
ami in Feb., 1955. She is a mem-
ber of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
The bridegroom received his BS
degree from the University of Mi-
ami.
After a wedding trip to the Car-
ibbean Islands, the couple will re-
turn fb Miami on July 25 and take
up residence at Miami Beach.
Lights Tell Arlene's
Engagement to Mr.
Lame S. Blasberg
Mr. and Mrs. George Light. 4736
Pinetree dr., have announced the
engagement of their daughter. Ar-
lene i.ora. to Larrie Sanford Blas-
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Blasberg 5915 La Gorce dr.
Miss Light was graduated [mm
Miami Beach High School and is
a student at the University of Mi-
ami.
Mr. Blasberg attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and is a member
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He
is vice president of the Beach Me-
morial Chapel of Miami Beach.
. *L1
I.a licence-Victor
Mttt Amltm I. 8ftr
Miss Mendelson to be
Bride in October
Washington. D.C.. where they
met on a picnic, is where Miss Sibyl
Ann Mendelson and Kalman Shmu
eli will be married.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Azriel Shmueli, 1610 Pennsylvania
., Mia^i Beach, and makes his
home in Washington. Her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Mendelson,
are Washington residents.
The couple has set October 24 as
the wedding date.
The bride-elect attended George
Washington University.
Mr. Shmueli received his BS de-
gree in mechanical engineering
from the University of Miami in
February. He was a member of the
Society of Automotive Engineers
and the Engineers Club.
Luluenc< v
Miss Arltnt L IfffJrf


PAGE 10
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TODAY, IUly ,B
GLOBAL SHORTS -*
Arabs Attack Churchill's I Buenas Aires Jews Protest S
Zionist Views Expressed Here Bombings of Synagogue nIllud11011 mi?
v*
k;
LONDON tJTAJ The pro-Zion-; Bl BNUS MRUs JT.v k
1st position enunciated by British isn community lexers here called AT lam u
,,.,, ,, wiMtn. i-hnr. !on the Chief of Police of Buenos (our year old Workmen s
Cm The fifty-
Circle,
mga 01 ine uwraro jibokv)"
and to demand action to apprehend __...,. hnr( ...
adopted stringent measures nere ra
circumvent any
infil
Communist
ration into its
ranks
The move,
idopted in the
Prime Minister Sir Winston Chur-1 on the Chief of Police of Buenos foUr year old omen- .-,
chill last week in Washington has' Aires to protest recent "tar bomb- wmch nas combatted Communism
come under violent attack in the ings of the Liberated Synagogue ^^ (he RusMan Revolution.
aress and radio of the Arab League and to demand action to apprehend --------u,
states In an EngUsh language the person.- responsible and to pro-
broadcast beamed to Europe, the tect the .synagogue agafnst further
Damascus Radio said What is sur- attack. During the visit. Polk-. In-
pnsing and irreconcilable is that spector-General Miguel t.amboa ex- j
the two statements, the one calling pressed his personal abhorrence of
for peace in the Middle East and such "barbarous behavior He,
the other expressing support for' noted that such activities are in.
Israel and Zionism, should appear direct opposition to President Juan
in the same speech and should be Peron s policy
uttered by such a reasonable lead- ( -----------------------------
er of the" Western Bloc of nations m. /*.
as Sir Winston Churchill." JK AWdlCOl tonterence
------------------ Closes m Paris, France
Li.-., <.. Anraam.r. Ul'rtii PARIS iJTA> The internation-
Hopes for Agreement Wrtti medica, wldmBet o( tne Jpmt
Austria on Payment Shattered Distribution committee closed ,
VIENNA (JTA) The Jewish here after hearing a report that (>, 6Mmc membership in the
u.. >------.; th.> .in<"s health anri wp'far** nrtv at.' -- *f- -*-
e
e
*>

.*
form of a pre
imble to the or-
ganizations con |
titution. was
primarily direct-
d against the
iow defunct In-
ternational Work
Order to pre-
vent any of its former members
from gainine mei
delegation which has been negoti- the JDCs health and welfare pro- Workmen's Circle
ating with the Austrian Govern gram had established 41 hospitals This action wa> taken .it the clos
ment for the entire month of June and instttutioAVin Israel and had ing ^iswn hpre ( Ihe fOUr-dav an-
"000 persons in those in- |u| m of ,he mde tne oId.
ceptable offer in settlement of Mitut.ons^ Dr.. Boris Phskin JDc f claims agUUUl the Austrian Cov- mt^dical director in Israel, who de- fa ,ht, ^^ ,!Vkii? attended by
ernment for Jew.sh personal nd tailed the workof the jrx program ^ ^,-sentin8 mem.
communal property losses and for aiding tubercular, chronically N?rsh o( 7000
damage during the Nazi regime ill. crippled and aged in Israel. ,"',_' ,, n ,.
this week had its hopes all but reported that the institution- St- *>Ph J**0*: of Ml3mi **"*.
.Mattered tabhshed by Malben included to,cnve m local cultural, educational
t '
WI
One of the victors in the second annual Bay Harbor
Sun Festival" baby contest. Wendy Joy Alvin. 2'/j
her gold cup to contest chairman Mrs. Ben Newman
Wendy received first prize in her age group from Shi
Broad (center). Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands. Her nv
Mrs Jack Alvin. 7330 ByTon are., looks proudly on at rl
The contest attracted some 300 entries from Dade and-
ard Counties.

unii iim wk-riiuir <-" ui <- --"---"---------------- me session nere ot tne rour-oay an- .as* r> a .
Izler Solomon Jo be Guest Conductor
At UM Pop Concert; La Bianca Will
Germany, Israel Name Head
Of Body on Reparations
BONN iJTA' Israel and West m*n and women
Germany have agreed to name
Prof Georges Sausen Hall, well
known Swiss expert on intemation
al law. chairman of a
arbitration commission to which
tabhshed bv Malben included two,*c,i'-
TB hospitals, a TB rehabilitation',nd o^munal work and southern
center, a home for ased tubercu district secretary for the circle, in-
center, a home for aged tubercu "
lars, four institutions for the chron- eluding Florida. Georgia. Texas.
T Am. i-Ki \ KKimi tnil "T.*^M...
icaliy ill and 14 homes for aged Louisiana Alabama and Tennes
see was a delegate to the meeting.
The preamble. unanimou-!y
adopted by the Workmen's Circle,
underscored Ma constant opposition
to all forms of totalitarianism
whether Communist. Fascist orj
Nan It then added
"Commun:>t- have not and will
Jewish Centers Spend 14
three man Million h 1953, JWB Soys
. to which NEW YORK JTA The c>m-
they would refer any serious dis- bined expenditures of all Je
putes involved in the implementa-, community centers and YM-
tion of the reparations pact sign YW'HAs reached a total of more not find a haven in our organna
ed at Luxenburg two years ago. than $14,000,000 in 1963. the aa- tion The Workmen s Circle will
The pact provides that questions tional Jewish Welfare Board re- not tolerate infiltration of Com-j
..rising out of the interpretation ported here. The JWB aLso report- munists into its organization wheth-'
or application of the agreement ed that almost half of the 550 000 individually or en bloc-
shall be handled by a mixed Ger- membership of the centers and Officials of the circle emphasired
P*?*!1 *!*'*' *" v/" >* composed of boys and that all applicants would be care-
IT* ii J T^L deputes, prtj of 17 or below and that the full, screened "in a democratic
they will be referred to a commis membership of girls and m *.- ucmocrauc
sion. one of whose members was higher than it has ever r
to be named by each party and the
Izler Solomon s phenomenal suc-
lest conductor of the Uni-
\erMty of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra last year, brings
him back to the podium at the
Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday
evening for a series of three ap-
pearances July 18. 25 and Aug-
ust 1 at the gay CM pop con-
certs.
Mr Solomon comes here direct-
ly from Ravinia Park. 111., where
he was engaged to conduct five
concerts in six days. The past year
has been a busy period for him,
working with the MGM Chamber
mm;
chairman or umpire by agreement p/_ --- B__ .. m_m
between the two B nai B "*" President Calls
For Battle Against Hatred
MILWAUKEE JTA \
Leaders; Upsets Convictions
,,-B, /..,;.. IX. T. tred and
A e Ru- Comanmis
Rumania Releases Zionist
The adoption of the preamble
-ed fhe reading of a reprt
- :tr. the menace of new
r.uences and tactics
-
The repon warned that -he Oast-
had embarked
-. -- ..... ....
the
: called
authorities have released wa
' x '"' '' K itmick. ii
- by a m:\:
- 86th annual convent:
,d here The two wUlbe r.
Mvilian courts. The ui Su al the H
.ere re eased were nam- lng 0ut that
SnEnan man x ^ be,"S u^ '
YaSHLhS Thr,w^PhonJ Xh" P*"^1"" J Com- although car:
Int Benven^ wT f% Z f ?****" and bolHv Pport of the State of
raane Bewveaisti. wife of World clever design of the Soviet I mon >"*! and of the bond c,
.E*r '2LBU ,0 C,,un the faTor o( the Arab **Kb rele has taken ^
!?i T^Lhad ieCT""*d ,,en' S,ate$ by ,hu *<>nstrat.on of un P*Tchasiag ,.me SS^WO
ear sentence, and attorney Jean friendliness to Jews bonds: -d partK,pSnT the
Ljttman. who had been sentenced
to 15 years imprisonment.
Mrs. Weizmann Decorated
By Brazilian President
RIO DE JANEIRO ,JTAPresi
dent Gets. Vstfjaa has decorated
lofcerites Absent from World
Conqress of Aovdoth Israel
U'SALFM A TV I
. i t nngrnn of Orthadoi Jew-
oonsored bv Amssah an*i
-a Weumann. widow of I- w^id 0^ar"#iam?mmll^ZL
rsers fu^st President, with the iast week wiih th. -, ^^
Branlun Crure.ro da Sol. ,n the 400 deTaTe! *r mT P
huihest grade be Bnt time tr^ and S 1
a Jew has receive! this decoratKm E^conSe^
in the history of Rnul Mrs Weiz ^-henni tob fcS l*1
I Brazil ,n behalf **"""
nn institute of Science T ^^
coming Tercentenary the Init
ed States, which win arroive point-
P the oaUoasal role East
European Jewry hi- plaved m
Araencan Jewish settlem-
Orchestra and making
cordings.
Featured as soloist
ing will be Jeanette
American coloratura
will be heard in "Qoeesl
Night" from the Magic
Mozart. "Bell Song'' from
Delibes. "The Shadow Song"!
Dinorah by Meyerbeer. Daai'j
Sholom Secunda and ThenyiJ
in My Heart" by Man* Zocca.
Mr. Solomon will conduct I
orchestra in Overture to tat <
Baron by Strauss. Sympaeay i
8 in B minor, the "U
by Schubert, Polonaise and la1
from Eucene Onegin by Ta
sky. Minuet from LA
Suite No. 2 by Bizet and tat |
manian Rhapsody in A
1. op. 11 by Enesco
Miss La Bianca comr
study of tinging at nine
age and piano at 10 At
was soloist with the Buffalaj
Orchestra and a year later'
the Buffalo Philharmonic- |
phony Orchestra.
At 15. she made ai rid
in her debut as "Ro-ina" hi
Barber of Seville at the Ron* I
al Opera*House. with the cast]
Italy's finest singers
At 17. Miss La Bianca ft*
first New York neciti at fan
Hall At 18. si- ding 1
with the Cincinna'i v immer 1
era. MentaeM and W iunuu^
era consgwies. She has appts
with the TV Opera 1 ameat,^
with UU Palmer in her TV
Miss La Bianca know- the lea
roles of 14 operas ami has 11
coMeit repertoire she speatal
sings in English. Italian
French. n
U^. Amvounces Economic Aid
For Lebanon end Jordan
.:\ rv
Vdnuii strati has
' ..-.-.. .- ,
nnois Nomni

H v<
toe*J^
at Rehovoth
US. brvoy Foresees Israel,
Aral) Accord on Jordan
NEW YORK JTAThere
possibility of settling the ifiaswilt
Condemns Syrian Shelling
between israefan^Mxta oveTThe SvJS MlxL ? ^ '
week t SOJOOOSa)
publie road deveJofaswu and s>W
Jre Earlier this ^.k ,r
****.<**. ,3--.i
took place in 1933 in Marwn-
bad. Cxechoslovaku
sV
ys>*^
lit nooBCis
KOSHW
iatJ

,^,, M,. Diitr,btrt* ^ HI GRADE fOOD CO.
im N.W. 7th A-nuo Phona
Presisitftt-s Advisor Soys Art*
Blockade Mast be Hatted
ciared here upon his return from a twc
trip to the Near East dvrwx which i,v,
he conferred with Israeli and Arab ^
WASHINGTON
Arthur nnrms.
GRADE v
_ j "A-
rwSrnTL** PRODUCTS
ured Israel for the ores,^ t ."! ^^ ?"** **" they can-
U/'/
beJi policemen lost their. pVessnsnk
trip to the Near East during whkh dm -h "^ *. "esnlastt Cuea
heconferred with Israel, and Arab ^"J^Z? "L "* ^
leaders on A-^nc -. ^|eo^ ta^^p^,,^ ^
Dr
advisof to
Ba q>.ed
CHILDREN NEED
Hotnoqenaed Vitamin "0rt M*
WOKE S-S53T


IY. JULY 16. 1954
**! st> .'krl/itr
PAGEli
Rosenfeld is
led to Local ADL
tcintmrnt of Miss Priscilla J.
ifi'Id as educational assistant
I Florida regional office of the
efamation League of B'nai
hys been announced by Gil
Balkin, Florida. ADL direc-
t>rmer resident of lake Worth,'
her parents reside, Miss
ield is a graduate of Lake
High School and the Uni-
of Miami.
received her degree in the
of education and was elected
|mbership In Kappa Delta Pi,
jial educational honor society.
lite at the University of Mi-
JMiss Rosonfeld was awarded
clmlarship sponsored by the
Beach B'nai B'rith Women's
er.
[her position, Miss Rosenfeld
I coordinate the educational
Irr program of the Florida
efamation League.
Anti-Defamation League is
riucational arm of B'nai B'rith,
nrld's- oldest Jewish service
ni/iition. and is dedicated to
Umunation of biogtry, and the
' of good human relations.
f

Misi Priscilla J. t*srf#M
FOR HIGH
HOLY DAYS
itoblishfd Congregation wants
Bpable individual, Rotti ore
rrr,-d, to lead Hiah Holy Day
rrvices, strviaa '" eaaocity of
piritual leadtr, directing re-
ianslvt reading, a capable let-
rer, etc. State ranwaaratiea.
ealy j. F lax mi, Miami It.
iurrs you
TO IT
!
10 OTHER ICED TEA
L'KETITliY!
sodcucious-
60 refreshing!
/

.5*

Phi Delta Epsilon
To Install Officers
Phi Delta Epsilon, national med-
ical fraternity, will hold its annual
installation and dinner dance on
Saturday night in the Kismet Room
of the Hotel Algiers.
f. Highlight of the evening will be
presentation of 25-year keys to
Drs. Max Pepper, Maurice Edel-
man and Julius Pearson. The
award signifies a quarter of a cen-
tury devoted to the medical pro-
fession.
Officers to be installed at the
banquet, which will also commem-
orate the 50th jubilee anniversary
of the national organization, are
Drs. Leo Levin, president; William
Wickman, yice president; Jesse O.
Halpern, secretary; Richard Sha-
piro, treasurer.
Drs. Stanley E. Schwartz, ser-
genat-at-arms; Maurice J. Rose,
senator; Victor Kugel, alternate
senator; and Maurice Zimmerman,
historian.
,* i.^j, .:
Simon Wolf to Appear
On Yiddish Hour
Yiddish actor and playwright Si-
mon Wolf will be guest artist on
the Yiddish Classical Hour this
Sunday and every Sunday there-
after, according to an announce-
ment this week by Morris "fjakatir,
the program's director.
Wolf will aptiPf Imepulat
monologue written by Nasatir and
entitled, "Simche Kochlefel." The
program is heard over station
WWPB from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Dr. Moss to Lecture
Dynamic Psychological Society
of Greater Miami will meet Friday
evening, July 16, at the home of
I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ettinger, 3261
SW 18th st. Dr. Sidney Moss will
continue to lecture on dynamic
psychology.
Membership Meeting
General membership meeting of
the North Shore Jewish Center will
take place on Sunday evening. Jury
18, 8 p.m., in the Center's social
hall. Refreshments will be served
by the Sisterhood.
Arrangements committee for the
function, scheduled for 7 p.m., in-
clude Drs. Stanley Schwartz, Sey-
mour Rubin and Chester Cassell.
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tmijt thriduir
.FRIDAY. JULY]
Bible Shows Scientific Accuracy In Genesis Readi
By D. BEN AHARON
AJP
The traditional Genesis account
of creation has served U the
greatest stumbling-block to Bib
lical students when confronted
with pointed question* posed by
those who usually take great de-
light in ridiculing the Biblical
record as being unscientific and
contradictory to the findings of
science. In the light of existing
superficial translations the an-
tagonists might have a ease, but
certainly not on the basis of the
original Hebrew text
Even according to the existing
texts, it can become clear to
every reader that the "days
(Yominu recorded in Gensis were
not ordinary 24-hour days as
reckoned by the present calendar
basi I on the sun. but eon- in'
ing billion.- of earth years. The
first proof testifying to this tad
lies in the simple WOTdl of th.'
text itself The first 13 \er-
Genesis recount three undeter-
mined "days" or eon> in which
creation evolved out ol el
Th fiM eon witnessed the mani-
festation of a cosmic -light, the
second, a tinnament an
and the third, the grouting of
\ !_ ration
The Bible it- :h,'M'
three eon- a- abstract "days" in
that each of the three phases
doses ith the following indefin-
ite term-. 'And it ww evening.
and it was morning- one day.'
"A second day. and A third
da\ This is very important The
lack of the definite article points
Obituaries Abend Unveiling
i
MRS ROSE ROSENBAUM
I fth -- M
; In a Miami hoapl baa
I Mia
Ing )!<-: I N'ral k Cti
- 11 N|
N I
Albert. i*ln
\l Miami. Th-
S I i* CTty for I
"
JOSEPH MElSENMEIMER
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Ifri
ARTHUR ASSL'R GERSTLE
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M > DonaM Linn,
tduci -

The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Has
Abend, formerly of 1421 SW 13th
It will take place Sunday. Jul) 18.
2 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Max Shapiro Mr
Abend i< survived by his wifi v
Bic one son. Morn- J of Newark.
N.'. two daughter-. Mr- Edward
Levine and Mrs William Acker
man. both of Miami: one br
and one grandchild Arrangements
.re ip. charge of Thurmond Monu
ment Company Friends and rela-
iked to attend
VRS CAROL NE BROVLEs
S> Turk l>i
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I
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SAMUEL LE\ \
.
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Miami S
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MRS ELIZABETH K KAMN
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RALPH F. WAVNE
, .
Mi
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Sty ^sn yT r*a
Aabb! lea* oh E. Rackovrnk-y
45 Michigan Avenu*
Miami Bt ch
Pbona 5 359!
M'ami Convalescent Home
MRS PALL'NE ALE*.M
M
X LEO ALLEV D :
v \ 33; S A tttK "..- <
p.,,,, a la ,r,i t rrrtt
Soec jiii.-g in Ca'e to .-- E i-
N c S=-c al D'ts St- ; Cza-.tc
r,vt .nd Mat =- R

BENJAMIN MILLER

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nh burial in
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Paln.Und tahl..n*.
' iltr Kaifl
njur*.l in th a...d.m and
it tag in M
Roaa; a .n
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14 S.W. t2mi 4VL Pfc. 4-S4*a
Have ,0r roof r*M,r*d new; you
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Sat pfacto'y Work oy
Expnenced Man"
listen To
SCHACHTER'S
New Yiddish Program
tree*
rait
fc-T. WMIM, I] h I M
fint i., km rt
it liiteaia, aiNliaaca
Mm Jrwlsa Philaiaaktf
NORMAM R. LYONS. News
UtOlO TUtf, Caaactlaa^ mi
"WUIla SPCCTOO
to three undetermined penod-
th,- '' '"'
.... her I idiej bj
which mankind reckon- it- pr- -
ent 24-hour day. did not e\
h .-on or "daft
verse* 14-18 ittest Thu-
Sk u |he sun and
a rtewce
what kind i I "days" wera Ihe
first three and whal WM Ihe
it" mentioned in the first
The answer is -miple Tho-e
- i|j could not be 24
h iu ,n ,h'
-un. since the -un :.- not yet
Uions or
I
th- -light cited ..- ..
mam. I the fir-t eon
Estowitz Unveiling
The dedication ol .. monument
10 the memory of the lati
Mtz. forme:. I 4313 Sher
idan a\e will take place Sunday.
July 18. 10 30 am. at Mt Nel
i itz i- sun
by hi- wife Gertnuk Iwo daugh-
\ :
: .. ton: Dr Irvine
1 Loui- Albert, both of
..re in
Thurmond Monument
Friends ai
v.end
House Party Due
Share) Chanter B'nai B'nth
Young Women i bouse
party al Ibl ." V
moff. 1300 SW 16th ave i D Sun
Jul) 18. 8 30 p m
This, too. could never be a
light such .is that
which the sun gives forth on the
earth: for fhe sun waa not there
ire it The original "light."
the hidden text reveals, was a cos-
mic light" absolutely indepen-
dent of the run, which created a
spheric vacuum within the total-
ilj of the infinite abyss (Tehoml
thai con-iituted original "dark-
ness" Ishe'ol abbadoni.
This cosmic "Light." which
might well be thp source of the
cosmic ray which has baffled
.i!- i- alluded to in the
books of Job and Proverbs in the
^:j paiiafjar
\ limit did He set for dark-
ne (I: 9)
A fixed limit He compassed
the face of waters unto the
ultimate aim of light
ness." (Job 26: lOi
"When He iirdainei J
over the face of Tehoaj
(Proverbs 8: 27)
Moreover, the Cenwi,,
recording the succeajJ
ment of life on earth in
ferent from that held'h
The Bible gives this
1. fishes -Let the
swarm with swarms of I
atures."
2. Birds"Let fowl flu
eon)
3. Animals Let tii
bring forth living crea
tie and beasts."
4. Man"Adam, ima.*
eon)
Markowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
in the memory of the late Rachel
Markowitz. formerly of 130 Jeffer-
Miami Beach, will take
in Sunday. July 25. at 2 p.m..
on the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Part Cemetery, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating Mrs Mar-
i- tunriva I bj h -r husband.
Louis; four tons, Abe. of Fort Lau-
le and Harry, Nadore and
Ben. of Miami: and two daughters.
Mr- Ham Fisher, Miami, and
Mr- Herbert May. HoUyWOOd. Fla
also leaves 13 grandchildren
and 12 are.,- grandchildren.
Schonfeld Unv
The dedication of a
to the memory of the
Schonfeld, formerly of If
11th Terrace, will take |
day. July 18th at 10 30 a.n.f
Jewish) Section ol the
Park Cemetery with
Kronish officiating Mr.:
is survived by hi- wi
son Abe of Miami
daughters, Mrs Ethel
Coral Gables and Mrs.
ter of Paasaic. N J ; also I
ers, two sisters and six |_
dren. Mr. Schonfeld wasaj
member of Congrei
David. Arrangements art i)
of Palmer's Mian.: Monu
pany. Friends and
asked to attend
m In Response to Public Demand!

SATl ". G1NSBURC
The Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha
and the
I hesed She] Ernes Sisterhood
COM' FcTr^! T^CC*T ,ha1 ,he GREATER MIAMI IFV/ISH
sfoptt
M2.
VVJGUST BROS Rvp
^?
*-vSvS?-y
-""rc:TJ;'y.radu> ,a""- p^-
-"szztzz ^:?.cr o,,attoao"*haT, **,iM
Public Mass Meeting
Tuesday, J^ 27th, 8 pj*.
* El CongregotkH,, S90 S.W. 17H, ^ Mfc-rf
Mf* tISIiri THIS DATil


t. JULY 16, 1954
Jewish nnrkHnn
PAGE 13
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chess? Pretty
ipd playing two
sly and blind-
lie in that upper echelon
circles, but at least one
University student can
to the distinction.
junior David Levadi, of
whose chess leaf. \ no
l, especially when one con
n't the board cdtoprises 64
\w\ there are 32 pieces on
it the game's start,
lors He it? David ex-
ist the ftat is possible only
,! two ways: the player has
j-.iphicwitrd (David hasn't)
Ivelops the faculty of per-
Lo that h can "systemize
El into a dynamic relation-
tjfold.cd. Dave has played
j 20 u'.niH'.s of chess sim-
Lly. The, uruy limit on the
li'i' games, he confides, is
unt of wear and tear his
Flays Egypt
\rx Jewish State
ftHnuecl from P9e> 1
clit Maj Salem's remarks
I Ucti authorized.
Exiling on Maj. Salem's re
|i.,'. "wo could not fight in
rth the British lurking
\\xr backs," Mr. Lloyd said
itent was "very reprehen-
lr Amery suggested that
rr nt had created a situa-
ina |Ute wtm ERypt over the
|n British troops from the
reported from Beirut
II Maj. Salem had also
}ws conference that Egypt
dy to be the first Arab
an army in the field in
nt that the Israel-Jordan
(spreads. "We are not as
some Stay think." the
spokeamU asserted, "and
beady to give Israel a les-
ill not soon forget."
feet can take pacing between the
boards. The average movt, he re-
lates, takes hint but a lew
OBds. His opponent usually takes as
long as 5 minutes.
The Brandt-is student played 10
continuous, simultaneous games at
the I hkago Hobby Show in 1950,
stopping only to change opponents
anq losing rymjhiyJmK.of the 1,000
game.* he pla>ed each day.
David, whoi is rnajoring in- psy-
chology at Branded, has written
several term papers on the psy-
chology involved in the game of
cheat. All the tactics of war are
reproduced on the, chess board, he
asserts, adding that the game of-
fers an excellent outlet for feelings
of aggression.
Captain of his hj^h school chess
team, he won second place In a
Chicago tournament lor high school
students and 16th place in a na-
tional junior tournament.. He has

forer Gets Honor at
University oi Florida
Henry D. Forer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Forer, 221 SW 24th
ave.. has been appointed Commis-
sioner of Finance in the student
body president's cabinet at the I'ni
versity of Florida summer ses-
sion.
Holding down the No. 2 spot in
the cabinet. Forer is presently serv-
ing his second term as treasurer of
Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity
and is also treasurer of Tau Kappa
Alpha honorary forensic frater-
nity.
Earlier in the year, Forer acted
as treasurer of the cancer fund
drive on the University of Forida
campus.
Forer. a native born Miamian, is
a junior working toward his de-
gree in accounting in the School of
Business Administration. On the
Dean's List foe four semesters, he
also holds membership in Phi Eta
Sigma honorary scholastic frater-
nity, the Florida Men's Council
and the Florida Debate Society, of
which he is currently vice presi-
dent.
Memorial Program to
Honor Dr. Herzl
A Theodore Herzl memorial
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ish Variety Hour, Station WMBM.
Sunday, July 18, from 12 to 2 p.m.
Rabbi Moses Meschcloff, presi-
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ranged by Sam Prosterman, radio
chairman.
Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, execu-
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Jewish Federation, and attorney
Maurice Survis, chairman of the
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Rabbi is Killed in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) Major
General Vagn Bennike, chief of the
United Nations truce supervision
organization, has presented to the
governments of Israel and Jordan a
50-page report on the three-day
Jerusalem "small war" which took
place last week. The report was
compiled by UN observers on each
side of the Israel and Jordan fron-
tiers. A copy of it was sent by Gen.
Bennike also to UN Secretary-Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold. who will
decide whether to submit to the
Security Council. The details of the
report have not yet been made
public.
Meanwhile, last week's "small
Arabs Desecrate
Cemetery Site on
Mount of Olives
Continued from Page 1
the Mount of Olives has always
been considered of the greatest
honors which Jewish communities
anywhere could accord to those to
whose memory they wished to pay
honor." the letter added. "The ros-
ter of those who lie buried there
includes the names of many of the
most celebrated Jewish Rabbis,
teachers and leaders in addition to
the ancient Hebrew prophets. The
violation of the sanctity of the
graves on the Mount of Olives is
an offense against the memory of
the dead, their families and de-
scendants, and a gross affront to
universal human feelings."
There can be no doubt that this
latest outrage on the part of the
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan will
be followed up by some action here
at the UN. Delegates are now
awaiting a formal move by the
Government of Israel.
war" between Israel and Jordan in
Jerusalem claimed another victim
today when Rabbi Moshe Goldberg,
wounded last week, died. Rabbi
Goldberg, a delegates to the Agu-
das Israel World Congress from
Paris, was buried after a funeral
in which all delegates to the Con-
gress participated.
Rabbi Goldberg was eulogized
by leading Orthodox sages of the
world, including Israel Chief Rab-
bi Isaac Herzog. In his eulogy. Rab-
bi Herzog called on world relig-
ious leaders not to be misled by
the campaign of "lies and slander
designed to make Israel's soldiers
appear to have deliberately fired
on the Holy Places" or by the
charges that Israel planned to con-
quer the Old City of Jerusalem. He
also called on Moslem religious
leaders in the Arab states to join
forces "to make our Arab cousins
abandon the warpath and make a
covenant of peace with Israel."
The Israel Mogen Dovid Adorn
protested to the International Red
Cross Committee at Geneva against
Jordanian attacks on Mogen Dov-
id's ambulances during last weeks
battle. The organization sent pho-
tographs of damage caused to am-
bulances hit while going to the as
sistance of wounded men and wom-
en in the new city of Jerusalem.
Lt. Commander Elmo R. Hutch-
inson. USN. chairman of the Is-
rael Jordan Mixed Armistice Com-
mission, personally inspected the
fortnightly Israeli convoy to Mr
Scopus. The convoy, consisting ot
an armored car and several automo-
biles as well as three truckloads of
supplies, was not allowed to travel
over the Arab Legion-controlled
road as a convoy, but one car at a
time. The first vehicle to go up.
the armored caraccompanied by
UN observers and Legionnaires-
was stoned by Arabs as it went up
the road and then returned.
Radio Bagdad, heard here, said
that the Jordan national guard had
planned to conquer the Jewish po-
sitions on Mt. Scopus but it had
lacked manpower. As a result, the
national guard had launched a cam-
paign for funds, to which only Iraq
responded, with 150,000 dinrs.
Johnston Optimistic
In Report to Ike;
Sees Cooperation
Continued from Page 1
dicatcs the necessity of using the
lake as a principal reservoir.
Mr. Johnston indicated he made
it clear to Israel that the I.itani
River will not be included be-
cause the goal .i- not regional de-
velopment but "watershed develop-
ment." He his views on this a- indicated by
Premier Moshe Sharett > "verj cm
Btructive" press conference.
Mr Johnston said he felt that
the water problem was so near
solution that projects like Bnot
Yaacov could wait. The position
has been taken by him that Bnot
Yaacov is a riparian issue and that
the countries involved would have
to agree to the resumption of work i
He said the matter was before the
United Nations Security Council
and not a question with which he
was immediately concerned be-
cause he sought achievement of a
broader goal.
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isb Community Center is nearly
complete, as announced by Efraim
H. Gale, executive director.
The second four-week period
which begins Monday, July 19, will
feature special end-of-camp pro-
grams including carnivals, swim-
mi n meets, a Maccabiad, arts and
crafts, a nature museum, a daily
dip in the pool and an overall cre-
ative day camp program in a Jew-
ish cultural setting.
For information concerning the
remaining few vacancies, parents
may contact Town Branch, 460 SW
16th ave.. 82-2786. Israel Silver;
Beach Branch, 1538 Bay rd..
5 5319. Nisson Pearl; Fluler-Cra-
nada. 50 NW 51st pi., 4 5480. Harry
Shamis.
During the past two weeks, spe-
cial features at all three camps
have included Independence Day
celebrations, pirate hunts, water-
melon feasts, treasure hunts, visit*
to the Turkish goodwill ship, "Tar-
sus," and special arts and crafts
projects as well as the usual swim
in hotel pools.
This week the camps will fea-
ture a program around brother-
hood. A nature museum is in the
process of development as part of
the nature study program at Camp
Ma-Ka Bee. The museum, which is
the project of the boys' group call-\.
ed "The Samsonites." is under the
supervision of counselors Ken My-
ers and Linda Mehler. Mrs. Alvin
Horowitz is chairman of the Town
Branch day camp.
A special "Parent-Child Talent
Show" is being worked on for
Herut Proposal
Western Ties 1%
Continued from P, j
we want peace and direct
tions, but one needs two fOT
ations." The Minister chariLj
the Arabs had started a %c*ul
anti-Jewish drive .
tempting to "drag m i^
tian world, especially the v*
in their anti-Jewish campajn^
asserted his faith that the bS,<
would not assist the planned c
ish drive," and would ve th
the Arab League's "rm-an int
He warned of the "moril
practical dangers of this dxh
the danger to world peace, Raja,
to Israel." Finally, he sumoedL
by stating; "Israel's path is deal
the road to peace. Simult
we are ready for the
our life, Independence aai]
eignty."
Fiehman to Speak
Masada. Misnni Beach
Adult Zionist District, willj
Jacob Fishman, recently
from Israel, as guest speaker j
Its meeting on Thursday night, J
22, at 9 p.m. Masada now
regularly fn the air coud
Coral Room of the Hotel
Plaza. Mr. Fishman will
"The Youth of Israel."
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In addition to the above
highlights, each camp has
regular Shabbos ceremonies is
servance of the Sabbath.
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IT. JULY 16. 1954
JetristifkrAMtr
PAGE 15
LEGAL NOTICE
ice under fictitious
NAME LAW
jrCE IS MKRKBT OIVEN that
Iderstgned. desiring to engage In
under the fU-tHU>un naiM of
, RESTAURANT, t 1 8.W.
rrtt Miami, Florida. Intends to
itlil name with the Clerk of
Jretltt Court of Dade Count).
JAMES PAUL.
1/2-9.I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the uniler-lgncd, desiring to engage In
1 business under the fictitious niimea of
PARK TOCRS hiiiI KAKK TOURS *

riCE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IlOA IN ANO FOR DADE
1TV IN CHANCERY, No. 1T0691
rrPiiRK A BARNES MC, DAVID
nalntirr,
KliMAKItSON MC HAVll;.
Defendant
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
, itli'HA|:lSi,N MC DAVID
K I'lli Street
t Vork-t Itv. NY.
u. hercbv notified that Hill
plain' tot I >l voice Bas MI
L-alnst ywu. and >ou are rwjulr-
scrte .i cop) of your Answei or
nK t (he Hill of Complaint on
uTlnlirri. Attorney, CHARLES
11. ifijA'duJ/oSt liulldlnir. MImihI.
i.nirfn.- rhe original Answer
[fling, in Ui- taTflca of the Clerk
in. uit Court on or before the
;ifc "August, 1954. If vou fail
Mi Judgment l>y default will be
'against you .for the relief de-
,1 m the Hill of Complaint.
nertee shall be published onre
>uk Cor four consecutive m
K JEWISH H.oRlKlAN.
1 .\M> ilKPKHKIi at Miami.
I this. ?0 E R. DEATH BRM AN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Horlda.
Kr WM..W. STOCKING.
ri S( Deputy Clerk
KS I KK"H
, for Plaintiff
[ont Building. Miami, Florida
-3-Si)
>.\tr.i. r-r.ntn r at jaia < ouins
Ave., Miami Bearh, Kin., and 6k
Una Ave., Miami Beach, Fin.. Intend
to register aaid names vtltb Hie Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Katie Courttv.
Florida.
MEUII.IC COKl'i .RATION, Owners
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Reynold Hint.
1/2-9-16-2:;
LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170500
W11,1,1AM T. i;HKKN, Plaintiff.
va.
INKA C It KEN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T<> INKA OR KEN
4102 Walnut Street.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tou. IN DA ORB BN, are hereby
notified that a Kill of Compkunl for
Attorney for Applicant tttvofr-e ha* been filed agamst you,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 513
Notice Is hereby given that HAKRV
SIMiiMUHF anil SAM 8IMONHOPP,
Holder as assignee of Kveriiladea
Drainage District Tax Hal.
Numbeied Slii, dated the HI si day of
May. A.K. 1949, has fllod anld Car tin.
caii> In m) office, ami has made appli-
cation (.a- las deed to u*aue thereon In
in n lib lu Said i '.: tifli-ate
mbrai es the following described prop-
erty, situated In Dado County, F'loilda.
to-wlt:
All Fractional RoMon 12. Tovvn-
ahlp 51 South. Bang* VJ Kjisl,
containing 6(12.Kt Acres mm.
less, located In Dade County, State
of Horlda.
The assessment or aald property un-
der the Certificate issued was in the
name of irons Land At. Kev Co., Kt
Ala. I'nless said Certificate shall lie
redeemed according to. taw. 4ax deed
will issue thereon on the 21st day of
July. A.D. 19*4
I>ated this 16th day Of June. A.D.
B. R'l.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By N C. 8TKRRKTT,
(Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk
S/18-J3 7/1-9-16
and \oa are.required to serve a color
of your Answer or- Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, sanfdrk m swerkun.
Attorney at I.aw, Suite ."it". Seybold
Kullding. Miami. Dade County. Hoi
Ida, and file lire original Answer or
Pleading In ih- office at the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd day of August. 1954. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
luauit'-d in tile Hill of Complaint.
This notice ahjua i>- published once
each week for (our consecutive weeks
In TIIK JEWISH 1--l.t.RIKIAN.
DONE ANIi ORDERED .ii Miami,
Horlda. this 801 h day of June, A D
1954.
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2*137
HE: ESTATE OP
OERHHON AUOt'ST, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICK In hereby given that we
have filed our final re|,ort and petition
for Klnal Discharge aa Co-ex-
of the eatate of QERBHON aiiiist,
deceased; and that on the 2< day of
July. 1,".4, will apply to the Honorable
W. F Ht.ANTnV CouHty Juije of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
M Bald final report and for final dis-
charge as Oo executors of the Estate
of QERSHON AI'IJI'ST. deceased.
This 22nd day of June. 14.
s/ HARRY AlOCST
8/ I/JI'IS AI'CIST
MAX R SILVER ami
AKTIIi'B .1. AlVil'ST
Attorneys for Co-exerutnrs
!-'-' Beybold ItiilltllnB. Miami iZ. Florida
7 -9-l
LEGAL NOTICE
V.. B. I.EATHKRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I"'
..I
._riCE TO CREDITORS
-.6 COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
(IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33094-A
ESTATE OF
H..< CESAN'NK KEI.8EY.
Deceased
editors and All Persons HaV-
ila.nis or Demands Against Said
n,i each of you, are hereby
,,nd n.iuired to present any
ud demands which you. or
vou. may have against the
i \MKS CEZANNE KEI.SEV
,,l late of Warren CotuaUr. New
to the Honorable County
of Dude County, and file the
In theh offices in the County
cuav i" ilu.dc County. Florida.
I, n.lar months from
rirat publication Ion
,nl claims or demanda to con-
dream of the claimant
In sworn Ul ad present..! as
aid oi same will be barred.
.1 me 29lh, A.D. lr.4.
MARIA B KEI.SEY.
As Ancillary Executrix of the
last Will and Testament of
I a MI: s CEZANNE K K1. a E > .
Deceased.
BL, Ol H.KSTKIN
n for Maria B. Kelsey.
! .\. utrlx
Dade Count v, hlorida.
Itv WM. \\ STi ICKING
(Clniiit Court Sealf" Keputy Clerk
KAN1X.RK M. JrtKJfltlU.IN
Attorney for IMamtlfT
547 SeybuM Building. Miami, Florida
7/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 170639
REA KEISER, Plaintiff.
vs.
E. DAVID KEISER. Kefendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: E. DAVID KKISEk
2601 Parkway
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Kivorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer to the Bill of Complaint on Plain-
tiff a attorney, and file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on of before the 9th
rl.i\ of August. I9R4; otherwise, the
allegatlona of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 7th ilnv of July, 19:14.
K. B. I.KATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
B) R II RICK, JR.
(Seal) K. putv clerk (Seal)
OEOROE J. TAI.IANOFF. B8Q.
I i for Plaintiff
4JO Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
7/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DOC'S BAR, at 731 N W ^nd Street.
Miami, Dade 'County, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the CJerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TBD PAWUK
MABIORIE M PAVYLAK
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2518 W Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
7/2-9-16-23
NOYICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY i; IV EN that
the undersigned; desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HARDINti COLONIAL AITS, at 3017
Harding Ave.. intend to register said
nanie with the Clerk of the Circuit
Coiilt of Dade County, Morlda.
MuBBUi POSTER
SYTA'TA POSTER
Owner-
THEODORE It NELMON
Attorney for Appll
7/2-9-16-23
COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
JADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30S7SB
I KST VIE OF
;KNK USE. IVceased
Ice of intention to make
kpplication for final
discharge
' : E i- hereby given that 1 have
in final report and petition for
| large as Ancillary ExecU-
l -i.ue of EUOENE PINE.
V "I that on the 10th day of
I, ill apply to the Honor-
Judges of DaeVs County.
|la t..r a pin ova I of said final re-
i.d for final dlsiharsfe as An-
itrli of the eatate of
i'nie, deceased.
-ikI day of July, 1954.
JEAN FINE
>N A FRIEDMAN
iev for Ancillary Executrix

JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
n< E IS HjKBKHY (ilVEN that
i-lKBed, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
See amisemknt CO.. at sie
I th St., Miami. Intend to rewls-
id name with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County. Florida.
IOSRPH KOOANOVSKY
I'.ERNARD KotiANOVSKY
ITON M. BEIOEI.
|De> for Applicants
f Fbtaler St.
I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170S3S
MARY E. SCHll.TZ. Plaintiff,
ABTHUR JOSEPH SCHPI.T7.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
TO: ARTHPR JOSEPH SCHCL.TZ
294S Mathews Avenue
Bronx. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Kivorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M.
CAIN, and file the original Answer of
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
9th day of August. 1954. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE ANK ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this "th day of July. A.D.
E. B. I.KATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade Count v. Florida
By M. C. tiRKKN.
(Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2518 West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.
7/9.16-23.34)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IM.CCI.AS BAR. KOI'CI.AS SEN-
DRIBS, at tiSS liouglas Road. Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said myue
with the Clerk of the Circuit CoTrt
of D.ideaCouniv, Florida.
NEAI. DOYLE
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
nil w Flagler si. Miami
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ih.- fictitious name of
WACKS SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, al
srd N K. 163rd St., North Miami Beat h,
Intends to register stild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Couaty. Florida.
MAI-KICK .1 WACKS.
Sole Owner
El.I BRKOER
Attornev for' Applicant
|3i Lincoln ltd.
6/25 7/2-9-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RELIABLE AUTO TRANSPORT-
SERVICE, at 144o Drexel Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach. Horida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
RELIABLE SERVICES. INC.
a Florida corporation
By; HAKKY HULTfcM.VN
Piesident
RICHARD 4 Ml'BorB /
ne^f^ Corporation.; ,a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 170344
THOMAS OATTO, Plaintiff,
vs.
ALU E liATTi i. I 'efendanl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO AI.H'E OATTO
3768 M7lh Street
Jackson Heights, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that BID "f Complaint for Divorce hasl
been filed against you and you are
hereby required lo serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complain!
on plaintiff's attorney, Harold
ROSEN, *"". Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer on the office of the clerk of
the circuit Court. Dade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 30th dy of July.
11,1. otherwise said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED this 21th day of June. 1954.
E B. I.KATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
B) H H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CISTOM CLEANERS I.Al'NKKY,
at ISIS N W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County,
Morlda.
JOSEPH OOLDEN. Sole Owner
/25 7/3-9-16
3TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fJTHMC IS HEREBY OIVKN that
|ii r-lgned, desiring lo engage In
under the fictitious name of
|l Y s IIVEMLK FTRNITCRK
''Co Washington Ave.. Miami
t iids lo register said name
Ihi Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 inl\ El'-rlda
EI.SA SORIN. Owner
|'K SHAPIRO rRIEK
f..i Applicant
Kil
'
|0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'I'K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
' 'b r-lgned. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
Hi. PRODUCTIONS, at 433 East
'' Drive. Miami Beach. Florida.
"- to i. glater aald name with the
' the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida
' HARK J STERN, Sole Owner
-:-3i>
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 170467
ESTELLA KKNNARD. Plaintiff
vs.
JOE C DENNARD, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOE C. DENNARD,
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN KSSKN.
2:1 Sevbold Building. Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
day of August, 1954.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of June. ISM.
E. B. I.KATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By M. C. OKEBN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
823. Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
7/2-9-16-23 j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RELIABLE KMPLoYMKNT SERV-
ICE, at 1440 Drexel Avenue. Mian
Beach, Morlda. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l>ade Count v. Florida.
RELIABLE SERVICES. INC.,
a Florida cons >rat Ion
By: HARRY HOLTZMAN.
uient
RICHARD A MfROFF
Attorneys for Corporation
/25 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
KINO'S KEPT STORE, at 14090 N.W .
7th Av.-nne. Miami. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
AKHLE SOLOMON, Sole Owner
KES'SI.ER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
its.' W. Flagler St.
/ 7/2-9-16 __________
NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
fOTICE UNOER FICYITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
fi.'lerslgned, desiring to engage In
?*" under the fictitious name of
TAI'.KS. at 9 W. Flagler Street.
Jii. Florida, intends to register
name with the Clark of the Clr-
! of Dade County. Florida.
5IW"AVN* TRADINO CORP.
'<': J TAI.IANOFF. ESQ.
ey for PatHtoo,,
intend to register said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ounty, "..r.i>ail ]AM ^mrp fi
LEON SHIFF. Owners
THEODORE NELSON
Attorney for Applicants
7/9-14-23 30 ____________ '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 3322B-AI
In i:, ESTATE OF
i:\Dl. f COHEN,
a/k/a F.MIL ZOl.A COHEN.
,/"', KVII COHEN Deceased
To AH Creditors and All Person. Hay-
- ci,im or l>emands Against Said
E"i*u': and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to "resent any
claims and demands which you, or
either of m.u. may nave against the
estste of KMIL 7. COHEN deccased
late of l>ade County. Florida. U the
Honorable County Judges of lade
County, and file the same In meir
offices in the Count) t "",ri.h"'"""i.h!
IH.de Count*. Horlda. within eight
calendar month- from the date of the
Or......I.....atlnn hereof Kuld c alms
or demands to contain the M4TSIM-
dress of the iUlm.nl and to be sworn
... n.< |,rn-.l as aforeaabl. or same
SRa-5ff-?-.i- Last WU.
and Testament of
EMII. Z. COHFN. Deceajstd.
MAI.VIN KNOI.ANDER
Attornev for Executrix
7/ii-n-M i/
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 'LOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 170703
GENERAL MORTOAOE COMPANY,
a Florida corporation. Plaintiff.
LOl'Is'nROWN, et al.. I>efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: LOUI8 BROWN, also known as
LEWIS BROWN, end
ELIZABETH M. BROWN, his
wife, 19RS Bedgrwlck Avenue.
Bronx 53. New York.
If living, and If said named i>e-
fendants be dead, the heirs, de-
vlsees. legatees, creditor*, aa-
signees. llenors. and all parties
claiming by, through, under, or
against said named Defendants
who may be deceased, and any
and all persons having any right,
claim or interest through aald
ToPmARBn*lS8ffiB,T NOTIFIED
that a suit has been filed lUjf^gTg"
in the above at vied court to to*'
a mortgage, recorded MnrP
B.s.k 2475, Page 12, of '" '^^'u
Records of Dade Count)'."ort^ en-
cumbering the following
property, to-wlt: ...
Iiot 3. In Block ., of
LAWN, according to the rial
thereof recorded In Pla "."
9 at Page 3, of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Horida.
and vou are hereby required to serve
of your nnswer or otherjnVad-
NOYICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Klsi STREET LIQUORS, at 6050 Bis -
cavne Boulevard, intends to reglsier
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
norman r. Lyons'
Attorney for Applicant
7/2-9-16-23_____________^_
NOYICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CARS-A-POPPIN", at Miami Avenue
at" 79th St., Northeast, intend to regis-
ter said name ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
BENJAMIN ToPOL
JOHN TOPOL
MILDRED osTRoW
AARON M WANNER ,
Attornev for Cara-A-l oppin
7/16-23-30 8/6 ______________________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MHICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Of
AITti TRANSPORT Wl"
1440 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. ____ .
"^ RELIABLE SERVICES INC.
a Florida corporation
By: HARRY HOLTZMAN
President
RICHARD A MI-ROTF
Attornev s for Cor|oratlon
/25 7,'2-9-l____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMAPOLA FI-RN1T1-RB MAN! -
FACTI'RINC, CO. (not Incorporated),
at 1003 S W. 27th Avenue. Miami, Fla .
intends to register aald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SANFORK E. EMERMAN. Sole Owner
OOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
39 Beacni Boulevard, Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Registrant
7/2-9-16-23____________________________]
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170375
MARY FRANCES rWWMgj,^
QBOROE RACER NEBINC.ER.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: OEOROE RAOER NEBINC.ER
Post Office Box 211
R. D. 2, Carlisle. Pennsylvania
TnU are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Kivorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are required
... a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. EDWARD S
RESN1CK. 235 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
l>efore the 2nd day of August. 14.
If you faM to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the BUI of
Complain! .....
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-oRlDIAN.
DONE ANK ORDBRED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of June, A.D.
E B. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. BTOCKINO
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
7/2-9-14-23
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day of Jul.v..!; ,,EATHKRMAN.
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