The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH" WEEKLY
)LUME 28Number 30
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 23. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENI a
lusiness as Usual Bombardment Seen from Rooftops
Jerusalem's Residents Show Pluck Under A rab Siege
By NURA LASKY
JTA
JERUSALEM One doesn't
|now what made the Arab Le-
lionnaires, tucked safely behind
heir strategic Old City walls,
.in amok the last day of June
id the first two of July and
lump Israel's Jerusalem full of
*ad. Maybe they just wanted to
|nd out how the Jews would
ike it. If so, they certainly did
tnd out, for they learned the
btperience that backfires hurts,
the Jews didn't run; but they
lid.
To veteran Jerusalemites, it
kis a reminder of the big siege
|ver six years ago, and they said:
Then things were grimmer, re-
member? We aren't isolated
now." The inhabitants who came
to Israel afterwards and they
make up about half of the capi-
tal's population didn't panic,
since they weren't left alone. As
soon as the first rounds of
machinegtin fire "were hurled in-
to the densely populated fron-
tier districts, well tried mem-
bers of the Civil Defense, the po-
lice, first aid and Individual ci-
vilians rushed to their aid and
told the people to remain calm.
They led them to safe spots
in side streets or under stair-
cases. Not even the inhabitants
of the two big ma'barot just a
few dozen yards from the sou-
thern borders and indeed vulner-
able, ran away.
//
,.^::>
lajor General Moehe Dayan, Israel Army Chief of Staff,
[rives at Idlewild in New York City. Greeting him are (left
right) Col. Vivian Herzog. military attache to the Israel
ibassy in Washington; CoL D. H. Smith, U.S. Army, repre-
Inting the First Army; and Mordecai Kidron. deputy repre-
Intative of the Israel delegation at the United Nations. Gen-
ial Dayan will stay in the United State* for one month.
Biting American military instal'atloris
rabs Had it Better
General Dayan to Visit
U.S. Military Areas
Washington Major
keral Moshe Dayan, Chief of
f of the Israel Army, who is
on a visit to this country, paid
[official visit to. the Pentagon
fn he was received by Gen. Mat-
B. Ridgway. Chief of Staff of
[U.S. Army, and was a guest at a
cheon tendered by Gen. Charles
Mote, Vice Chief of Staff.
en. Dayan. accompanied by Ab-
gency Gets
(pedal Status
ERUSALEM (JTA>The Israel
linet met Monday to approve a
Tial status for the Jewish Agen-
pd its operations in Israel. The
fils of the agreement between
Jewish Agency and the Israel
lernme.nt were approved here
|he plenary session of the Agen-
| executive which is now meet-
I here.
coordinating board, composed
Jour government members and
members of the Jewish Agen-
Continutd en Page 13
bassador Abba Eban and Israel
Minister Plenipotentiary Reuven
Shiloah. also visited the State De-
partment and met with Assistant
Secretary of State Henry A. By-
rbade for 00 minutes. Asked later
by reporters whether he was in
Washington as an official guest of
the United' States Government,
Gen. Dayan said in effect that,
while the U.S. Government did not
take the initiative in inviting him
to America, It did grant his re-
quest to visit certain military in-
stallations.
He said be had asked permis-
sion to come and see these installa-
tions snd Army schools, and that
everything he asked in that con-
nection was granted. Asked if he
was satisfied with the reception he
received in Washington, the Gen-
eral replied: "Very much so."
(From Jerusalem it was report-
ed today that the Israel Govern-
ment informed Gen. Dayan as well
as the U.S. Government that the
Israel Chief of Staff will, during his
stay in the United States, pay for
all.his expenses, including for the
rooms at the military installations
Continued en Page II
The center of the city that first
night of the Arab orgy was about
the same as usual: movie houses
didn't interrupt their showings,
cafes remained open, buses plied
as always. Only ambulances,
their sirens howling at high
pitch, and trucks full of border
police, dashed to the danger
spots. That seemed the only dif-
ference, apart, of course, from
the noise of the bullets. We had
learned during the siege that the
more life remains normal, the
better for moraie, and the less
casualties.
Once more we stood in streets,
on rooftops and balconies, listen-
ing to the bullets swishing past
and the dull thuds of mortars,
and mumbled, "theirs theirs
. where are ours?" We know
the difference so well. And then,
with a sigh of relief, "Good .
ours." But that was some time
later. Nothing like this had hap-
pened in the past six years, and
some wondered whether the long
threatened Arab "second round"
had started.
As "then (during the big siege)
so now did people sit together
and tell of their miraculous es-
capes or how they had helped
others escape the bullets. "If I
hadn't met a friend on the stair-
case and greeted him, a sniper
would have gotten me," said a
senior Government official. A
few seconds before he left his
office near the King David H>-
tel, a bullet hit a shop window in
the block. The King David came
under bad fire jnd among the
damage was the big central
lounge window. The British and
French Ambassadors and the U.S.
Charge d'Affaires had a good
look at it as they came to Jeru-
salem to view the situation from
close range.
As the shooting began in Jeru-
salem, Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan
was having dinner with the mili-
tary attache of one of the We-t-
ern Embassies in Tel Aviv. His
unbelieving and troubled expres-
sion as he was called to the phone
Continued en Page 5
Israel Will Present View
To UN on Holy City 'War;'
Memorandum Hits Bennike
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israel
Government will, within a few
days, present a memorandum
to the United Nations Security
Council outlining the developments
of the three-day "small war" which
took place in Jerusalem early this
month, when Jordanians shelled
the Jewish part of the city from
their position on the walls of the
Old City.
In an announcement here this
week, the Israel Government said
that Ambassador Abba Eban, head
of the Israel delegation at the
United Nations, has been instruct-
ed to discuss the memorandum
with the chairman of the Security
Council and its members. The
memorandum will also deal with
the failure of the part of Maj- Gen.
Vagn Bennike, UN truce chief, to
fix the responsibility for the Jeru-
salem shooting.
Dr. Walter Eytan, director Gen-
eral of Israel's Ministry of For-
eign Affairs, Sunday received Gen.
Bennike and made to him the fol-
lowing statements on behalf of the
Israel Government:
"Not only the Government of
Israel, but all those anxious to see
peace prevail in this area, and
particularly in this ciry, must feel
profoundly disturbed by the in-
ability of the UN machinery to fix
responsibility for the wanton vio-
lation of peace in Jerusalem.
"The fact that a painstaking in-
vestigation carried out by UN ob-
servers failed to lead to eventual i demning Egypt for attacking an
identification and censure of the Israeli patrol on July in the Gaza
guilty party is liable to undermine
the moral authority of the UN and
serve as encouragement for further
violence. This is the second time
within the last four months that a
major outrage committed against
Israel is not brought home to its
perpetrators who thus escape in-
ternational condemnation and must
feel that their evil deeds can be
repeated with impunity."
Meanwhile, the Israel-Egyptian
Mixed Armistice Commission this
week-end adopted a resolution con-
area. At the same time, the Com-
mission also censured Israel for
crossing into Egyptian held terri-
tory in the Gaza sector of the bor-
der and attacking there the Egyp-
tian frontier post.
An Israeli soldier kidnapped by
Egyptian forces near Kissufim, in
the Gaza strip demilitarized zone.
last March, was returned to the
Israeli authorities this week-end.
His release had been ordered
months ago by the Israel-Egyptian
Mixed Armistice Commission.
Hanson Baldwin Warns
British Suez Exodus
May Heighten Tension
NEW YORK (JTA)Impending at Suez, undeterred by the moder-
British withdrawal from the Suez
Canal- will not only create another
vacuum in the Middle East, already
distinguished for its lack of power,
but may breed even more hostile
action against Israel by Arab
countries, Hanson W. Baldwin,
military expert of the New York
Times, warns today in an article
analyzing the projected British
evacuation of its Suez military
bases.
"With Egyptians in sole control
Republican Leader Langer
Criticizes Foreign Spending
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Re-
publican Administration's policy of
supporting Arab dictators was cri-
ticized here this week in a state-
ment on the U.S. Foreign Aid Pro-
gram issued by Senator William
Langer. chairman of the Senate
Judiciary Committee, who is him-
of the American President, Dwight
Eisenhower. Has not the world
seen the pictures, of this small-
time dictator brandishing this ab-
surd weapon?"
Pointing out that Egypt did not
lift a hand in its defense when
Rommel threw his legions at Cairo
self an outstanding Republican and Alexandria and that Egypt
leader.
Declaring that Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles "woos dicta-
tors," Sen. Langer said: "Consider
.the wholly ill-advised jaunt of Sec-
j retary Dulles, symbolized by his
was thrown back on its heels by
the untrained regiments of poorly
armed little Israel during the lat-
ter war for independence," Sen-
ator Langer asked: "can anyone
find in these ill-considered child-
presentation of a nickel-plated re-, ,jk(> Bclions any justtficatIon for
volver to the Egyptian strong- j faith in Mr. Dulles arid in the fu-
man, General Naguib, in the name I ture?"
ating presence of British troops,
the Israel-Arab friction, already at
fever point, may even burst the
bounds of the past." Mr. Baldwin
writes. "The thin red line of Em-
pire may have outlived its day. but
it will not be replaced in Suez
without a long period of Middle
Eastern instability and convul-
sions." he points out.
(In London, Major Amin Shak-
er, top aide to the Egyptian Prem-
ier, Col. Nasser, this week attempt-
ed to minimize the fear expressed
in some British circles that the
Egyptian Government would inter-
fere with international traffic
through the Suez Canal in the
event that she gets full sovereignty
over the area. Such fear is "un-
founded." Shaker said in a state-
ment to the press.)
At its meeting Monday, the Is-
rael Cabinet discussed a threat
voiced by some Egyptian officials
who said that the anticipated with-
drawal of the British troops from
the Suez area will enable Egypt to
resume war against Israel without
fear of British military interven-
tion.
Anticipated American aid to
Egypt, which will disturb the ex-
isting balance of power in the Mid-
dle East, was also discussed at
the Cabinet meeting. The dtSCOe-
sion centered around reports that
Continued *n Pave 10


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Alarm Voiced of Hate Sheets in Mails
by the taxpayers Devoting
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
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Goif said, "In view of the obvious paganda through tne mans. | Millenson did extensive rcsenrc
intent to reflect injuriously upon He said "the deep "" co""j behalf of Rep. Javits. While anxi-
WASfflNGTONTwo Congress-1 ,ne character of ,he individual cern of the country with (ongres- for a solutjoi Mr Millenson
men, a Democrat and a Republi-, named thjs card was neid t0 be Monal investigations of OWW" |n^. that it must be in accord
can, are so alarmed by the increas
ing mailing of anti-Semitic pro-
paganda that they are trying to
determine if the Government can
keep such agitation out of the
mails.
Rep. Samuel N. Friedel, Balti-
more Democrat, and Rep. Jacob K.
Javits. New York Republican, were
moved- to action by the rising tide
of hate tracts in the mails. Both
non-mailable under the provisions nism and sulm-rsi-m. and the pro- ^|(h cons(itutional principles,
of Section 36.4 (B), Postal Law*
and Regulations of 1948, U S Code,
and the Postmaster was so advis
tests against the excesses in Mth
investigations, appear to be giving
hatemongers and bigots the op-
portunity they have sought to
parade their (Propaganda)
ed."
Postal authorities indicated they
were aware of the recent increase Under lbs gm-c <>f participation in
in bulk mailings of anti-Jewish the anti-C'nmmuni>t struggle."
matter even before Rep. Friedel | Rep jav,ts submitted to the Post
called it to their attention. While office Department, through a
they could and did act in the case i House resolution of inquiry, cer-
are mindful, however, of constitu-i0f the Detroit postcard because of ,a]n sprclUc questions. They a-ked
tional guarantees protecting free-1 regulations pertaining specifically | about ,,,n particularly objection-
and aggression, should gsii
mitted to divert is so as to
cover for hate propaKandi|,
uted or transmitted ,hrou^
mails. To prevent such of the deeply anti-(ommuniZi
ings of the people by ufo
ists is an equally vital
internal security."
dom of the press and of speech.
A printed postcard arrived at
Rep. Friedel's office from a group
calling itself "Christian Political
Action." The postcard bore the
to postcards, there is nothing they
can do legally to restrict even the
basest racism from going out
through other classes of mail.
Even if the department could crack
headline: "Communism is Jewish.", down, the officials admit it is ques
It said: "Look what savage Judaism
has produced in Russia Jews
are stealthily foisting Commun-
ism on the Christian people of
America just as they forced it on
the Christian people of Russia."
Rep. Friedel sent the postcard
to the Postmaster General to de-
termine if it was lawfully mailable.
Because it originated in Detroit.
Mich., the Detroit Postmaster was
alsfe concerned. Postal authorities
studied the question very' care-
in Uv
tionable whether they would do so
because of constitutional freedoms
able publications which have
emerged throughout the country.
They included many previously
listed by major Jewish organiza-
tions a- defamatory
Associated with Rep. Javits on
this issue is his expert administra-
tive assistant. Rov H. Millenson.
permitting the widest range in ex- and s,udied -
pression of ideas.
However, in the case of pro-Corn-' 'he tactics by which anti-Semitic
munist propaganda, a sentiment I material enjoys and exploits mail-1
exists for bypassing the Bill of mg privileges indirectly financed!^
Rights in order to suppress Corn-
Mr Millenson feels protection
of free speech does not necessarily
mean that we should not define |
criminal libel for what it is. or that j
we should not prohibit the use of,
the mails in cases where incitement
to prejudice threatens the very
foundation of our society.
The Javits resolutions propose
that the Postmaster General pro-
vide the facts, and that an investi-
gation be conducted by the House
Committee on Post Office.
Rep Javits summed up the .situ-
ation in a statement to the House.
He said: The deep concern of the
country with internal security and
Communist infiltration, subversion,
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N Truce Machine
Apparently Stuck
PAGE 3
By ARTHUR LEWIS
JTA
TED. NATIONS There is
f;il;irm hare at the way in
thd United Natiqns Truce
ii-Kiii Organization in Pai-
f is avoiding its duties and re-
bilities. Now that the Secur-
uncil has demonstrated its
to deal with the Palestine
t, the truce supervision or-
tiun is the United Nations
Ion which the burden of
the armistice rests. But the
pn being asked here is wheth-
capabie of supporting this
[at least two occasions, the
I organization has been un
or unwilling to assess the
[for the most flagrant viola
sf the armistice agreements
I have resulted in death and
tied There is obviously some-
irong with the organization,
would seem to be suffering
he same "do nothing" mal-
ut grips the Security Coun-
months now, the Security
has had the Palestine dis-
its agenda but done noth-
But it. Whether it is the Sov-
or the vested interests of
[hood oi the North Shore
Center held its first
sership tea of the sea-
3n Wednesday at the
of Mrs. Ezra Feingold,
North Biscayne Point
Mrs. Jerry Sussman
[in charge of reserva-
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the Western Powers in the Middle
East- whatever the reason, it pre
fers not to deal with the issue but
to leave it in abeyance.
The fira time that the truce or-
ganization refused to make a judg-
ment was over the Scorpion Pass
massacre. Although the general
public in the United States and
elsewhere was quite sure in its
own mind that Jordanians shot up
the bus. the UN body did not have
enough proof to say who was guilty.
The tracks ended on the Jordan-
ian border, but that was not enough
circumstantial evidence for it.
However, this was not such a de-
reliction of duty as that which oc-
curred over the Jerusalem shoot-
ing incident. In that case. General
Bennike, the chief of staff of the
Truce Supervision Organization,
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have joined hands to promote more
local vacation business with the
slogan, "Your Best Vacation Value
is Close to Home at a Miami Beach
Motel."
Free weekends will be awarded
in 15 of the chain's South Florida
stores for the next six weeks to
acquaint local residents with the
vacation values being offered by
the association's members, motels
on the ocean between Haulover
Park and Golden Beach.
A total of 30 winners each week
will be guests at the motels and
will be given free supper snacks
at Pumpernik's. Contestants must
go to one of the Food Fair stores
in Coral Gables, Southwest Miami,
Northeast Miami or Hialeah and
guess the number of beans in a
large jar in a display showing the
motels in the store's meat depart-
ment.
The contestant each week who
comes closest to the number of
beans actually in the jar will re-
ceive a free weekend for two.
The motel group and the food
stores hope through this method
to make Joca! residents more con-
scious of (he inexpensive and en-
joyable vacations available here in
South Florida.
simply threw up his hands and
said that it was impossible to find
out who fired the first shot. He was
not able to do this despite the fact
that he had the inhabitants of a
whole city as witnesses.
There is a suspicion here that
this refusal to say who is to blame
is a matter of policy and not just
due to the fact that the organiza-
tion cannot find out who the cul-
prits are. General Bennike practi-
cally told the Mixed Artnistiee
Commission this when he an-
nunced that he could not tell who
had started the Jerusalem shoot-
ing. He suggested a new proce-
dure for the commission whereby
the usual condemnatory resolu-
tions would not be offered by eith-
er the Israeli or Jordanian dele-
gates.
Such an attitude on the part of
the head of the Truce Supervision
Organization is an extraordinary
one to say the least It is as if a
chief of police were to be taken to
the scene of the crime, shown the
body, and after viewing it, say that
he could not tell who had commit-
ted the murder and he did not in-
tend to find out.
The Truce Supervision Organiz-
ation can be compared with a police
force as its main function is to in-
vestigate any violations of the
armistice agreements and deter-
mine who is responsible for it.
In a way, the organization is the
guardian of the Palestine armis-
tice. There have been moves to
strengthen it, but they make little
sense, if it refuses to perform its
functions and does nothing like the
Security Council.
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Friday. July 23. 1954
Tammuz 22. 5714
Number 30
"Dteintoretii>da Diplomacy
Iraqi Chief of Staff Gen. Mohammed Arif
was recently decorated by the United States
with one of its highest military honors, the
Legion of Merit.
On the occasion of his visit to Washington
several weeks ago. General Arif was praised
by the Defense Department in an official cita-
tion. He was transported by specially reserved
:ary aircraft to various Armed Force _-
s'cllations.
In brief, our government and many o! its
:al spokesmen went out of their wc.
z-y him their respects. This came at a time
when the State Department announced that
Israel would get no more Foreign Cp3:a::or.s
funds dttring the current year. I: followed hard
or. the heels of our failure to speak up at the UN
in the matter of Nahc the Scorpion Pass
assacre.
Genercl Arif was entertained here even as
Washington revealed new loans to his cc
ns well cs to Jordan ar.d Other Arab states
cr.d when Moslem ihella were falling on Jem-
em.
John Foster Dulles, Henry Byroade and P:es.
dent Eisenhower ey can not u.-.ne:
stand the reason for continued unrest in the
Near East. They have gone so far as :c scy
that American Jewish opinion is prejud.
against the Administration whose primary con-
cern is disinterested peace.
General Mohammed Arif served with the
Nazis during World War II. Assured that Hitler
would win in Europe, he followed the lead of
ether Arab nations and supported the Faerie!
Axis however possible. General Arif's govern-
ment is in a period of suspended war with Is-
rael, having failed to sign any armistice agree-
ment. Perhcps some of these interacting ele-
ments can spell out for the Administration the
reason for current tensions in the Near East
and the part U.S. foreign policy plays in these
tensions.
Major Gen. Moshe Daycn. Chief of Staff
of the Israel Army, arrived in the United States
late lest week. He has been "granted" permis-
sion to visit certain military installations and
advised to travel by commercial airlines. Gen-
eral Dayan is to pay for his reservations and
accommodations wherever he goes. Our
concern for "disinterested peace" is certainly
net augmented by disinterested diplomacy.
GLAD TO KNOW YOU BETTIR
Author'lv I ndcriiiincd?
ON bajo M Gen. Vaan Bennike is
c harassed : day. No one
that he holds one o! tr.e meet c.fficult and .::.
rewarding positicns the irorid aace organise?
non has to fill.
Under these circustsr.ces. we can under-
stand that General Bennike should want td
maintain strict neutrality in the matter of at-
tempting to enforce the regulations of the 1948
armistice agreement between Israel and the
signatory Arab nations.
But the sort of decisions and prJrtually arbi-
trary rulings that have come from the Mixed
Armistice Commission in conjunction with him
leave much to be desjed. OrI>Bch occasion'
of a border violation Genercl Bennike has been
ben: on disbelieving Israel.
The Scorpion massacre resulted m one of
the most horrendous actions that have come
out of the Near East since the War of Libera-
tion. With the Arabs and Jews hung in a 1 to
1 vote, the General abstained on the basis of
"lack of evidence." despite the fact that the
massacre represented a clear cut Arab in-
fraction of the Israel border.
The United Nations truce chief last week
again failed to fix responsibility for the "Jeru-
salem war." giving the same reason. Dr. Wal-
ter Eytan. director general of Israel's Ministry
of Foreign Affairs, is right in saying that the
mobility of the UN to stay the Arabs from their
consistent violation of the armistice can only
undermine the moral authority of the world
peace organization
A Republican Speaks 1'p
A Republican leader this week spoke up,
criticizing the Administration's Foreign Aid
program. He is Senator William Longer, chair-
man of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Senator Longer started with first things first.
This practice of touching on fundamentals, it
seems to us. is unfortunately a thing of the past:
the march of contemporary history includes so
many swiftly changing international friend-
ships.
But the Senator pointedly reminded his col-
leagues that Egypt, for example, failed to come
to its own defense when Erwin Rommel march-
ed his legions on Cairo and Alexandria dur-
ing World War U. He also referred to the Is-
raeli rout of Egyptian forces when the Jewish
State fought for independence in 1948
In effect Senator Long, was Ae J^' t^^^^
State Department's dec. ~ J ^^to^the ^ oToTdTew^
papers he collects for this particular contnbu-
Mmm i the Time
An 11 -year-old youngster, of WUUamantic
Connecticut this week announced hi. annual
S25 gift to the local community s United Jew^h
Appeal campaign.
and other Arab nations in the campaign to con-
tain Communism. Our ostrich-like foreign poli-
cy involves seeing only what the Administra-
tion and its State Department hops to see; it
refuses to take into account the lessons of past
experience.
Senator Longer* criticism at least tempers
some of what he called the "ill-considered and
childlike actions" of our government in Near
Eastern affair.. It is to be hoped that his voice
will soon be joined by others.
What might g.ve u. all cauee ,0 op and
Uunk that philanthropy-rmnded Jackie Picket,
descend, from a long line of Irh families.
Our own Combined Jewish Appeal in MW
continues the clean-up phase ff .*
paagn. Those of u. who hav not yet fulfilled
heu pledge, may fmd this a mostor^nt
ume to help CJAs many noble cau*T^
SENATOR HERBERT LfHMAN OP NIW YORK deliver* .
, -, at .. meeting of Brandeis University Associates on commences,
iun. 12. in Waltham. Massachusetts On that occasion he"
couraaeoiisi) took the opportunity of criticizing the direction takni
Senate investing committee, and their obvious disregard fr (ne
rights of persons under interrogation At the beginning by impii^,
and subsequently by intention. Senator Lehman attacked his cmie,
from Wisconsin There is no longer time to be young, he told hisd
Remarking that the world was far from bright and that "the fo,
of fear and tyranny are rampant both within our land ami beyond\
shores, the Senator pointed to the forces of Communist imperil",
standing at the gates of global conquer
The reference to youth, as well as to the fact that time in .
entlv running out. had several implications. On the one hand the v,
erable legislator told the university associates that the exijeno^j
to contract the normal course of experience This m
the new Brandeis campus, but it must also hold true fort
he position of world leadership thrust uponi
demands unflinchingly acceptance whether it and
i to accept such responsibilities or not.
pri --.ire- resulting from rapid maturation .re ;,a
bj the CommunW threat oversea* arirj
problem with which Senator Lehman concerned himself. I"nnaai
i harvest of panic and hysteria i> being re.
I to the internal Red menace and thai Si I r
n the process of molding American (ear
langer of subversion at home obfuscate- a t.ir great?,
rnal aggress i>n According to Senator Lehman, the t
nate investigating committees and bj hi< njj
n Wisconsin, who appointed himself chairman of lh-Pa
ting Subcommittee, are mainly at fault
SUCH FORTHRIGHT CHALLENGE BROUGHT TO nundrhe!
Y rt iction on February' 2. 1954. when the Senate i
ere I tion authorizing an appropriation of $214,000 forthet
mittee emmenl Operations, of which McCarthy
rman the year before Senator Lehman joined a number of in
when he voted in favor of the appropriation For 11
I mdered about this move and several month- later .kedl

.....ic a few weeks ago. Senator Lehman wrote:'
i i in believing that I was motivated b> my
Igations, ii properly conducted, do tomeun
important part in the legislative procedure of the (
ef: > natty fu- treated a sharp distinction betweeeJB
#4ject,.e '! mitigating matters properly coming belH"p
ted th >se tactics employed by the man who heeds the inq
Traditionally the Seaat&aJDoks into many issues, for
of recommending suhsequefrf4egislation. The Committee
ment Operations is a duly constituted standing committee Its I
Irons are provided for in American law. and its Jemdiclion has I.
laid down yi the Congressioael Reorganization Act. "But." wrotej
ator Lehman. "I would not wish to confuse my attitude toward i
with my attitude toward general investigatory power.- Toi
hold all funds from a legally constituted committee fir the
would furnish grounds for a plausible claim that the exercisf. of]
proper functions had been sabotaged "

TO DENY THE REOU8ST FOR FUNDS made by SenatL
ould virtually mean usurpation o; power from the Upper
single legislator Indeed, the junior Senator from Wiscor "
bent on e-t-bli.shing a private tradition in that regard L.,
croachment upon the legitimate rights of the Baecutivea .
he earned as a medieval favor of seeming treat and cour.,
the recent Army hearingscalls for the "simplest remedy." _
to Senator Lehman, a show of some old-fashioned spunk":
part of the President This, he has thus far failed to manifestt.
Administration lagging behind except in the matter of forme
slogan- instead of policies and following in the wake of events f
than anticipating them.
The problem thus reduces itself to one which focuse- attentmf
a code of fair procedures that should be employed bv investigat
committees to assure maximum respect for irtdividual freedom
1948. the then chairman of the House Un-American Activities Cor"
tee told a protest,nH wtteemi The right, you have are the rigktst-
you by this committee We will determine what rights you nawl
, and what right, you haven't got
Without a set of rules. Sena(0r Lehman said, citizens can be I
poer.aed. harras>ed. abused, denounced and ruined. In addition, t
rtKnif%ewUe f rec,"*s* His arch political enemy. Republic^
^ann>. nas been making < .tensive use of a quotation from Abr*,
Lincoln to refute the need o. such a code. The remark MtriDUtidl
ne uvil War President emphasizes that if America is ever impe
ne danger will come from within rather than from without A- u.
~L? ifonsm< '*ilator continue, here to indulge in halfirufc1
macts himself even as he seeks historical vindication. Lincoln*'*'
> hid L*" *" *'l,h regard to vigilantism and not subverm*
edftor k^ ,0,^' raurder of Lovejoy. ""ding anU-sl-
htor killed in 1838 by Southern sympathizers at Alton. Illinois.
is JL!I!!f?R>ti SEiM$ AT TMi Nf ED for a code dS*4
[lU^l"^JVeT The L,nco, wniark referred to sometklal
Sw^roli-?^1*" ^ m*" the dbregard for to* f
.( tbT^ d'sfOSI,iwi ubstitute wild and furious passions,*l
gressLTaM J"d*m*f of "* courts That it fits the currrt
ESS rt^ni8-lTe P*'CT M we^ int.m. txecuttve and the courts is beyond doubt
bv SeM?rl|aift "** b**n lnc,MT>orated into S. Res 256 cod
natetv Jf ?? Md ,n,rod"ced to the Senate on June \V\
r ? erred 4 ^?,,0n; 4** ,hat of ***" "nd^s" ot Vl
_* me senate Rules Committee
Ro'^C^mnu^a>^,,iii,," t^elW ** unllkdf.J
mount to nVrl.am .^*dwi re f TbUiH
^Si^^S^Sn^^*- KnowUnd and Jenner arejj
"veto^resolu^^rmV^r^r^ ^ ^ ^1
fear !t V. ^ ""* of Uus: "> "fir deri" code is dee**!
fnmTLrT iubv*rs"*.* is not yet treaaooou. This paradox *
Prosen^^" reta,w > ConueenUt Patty. m,


)AY. JULY 23. 1954
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PAGE 5
erusalem Residents Show Pluck
Continued from Pooo 1
,ince jine surprise. He didn't finish
dinner. He hopped into his
;nui dashed to Jerusalem, SO
is away.
yhile on the second day of the
pi reports spoke of an Arab
exodus from the Old City,
Hsh Jerusalem looked almost
same as ever. Traffic to the
;i-'d suburbs was re-routed
ig protected side streets, and
inhabitants of the quarters
tting the 'Old City wall squat-
in the shady Russian Com-
od, occasionally seeding out
jts to see if all was quiet and
>nist Appreciation'
jram Scheduled Sunday
ii.nni Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
will sponsor a "Zionist Appre-
|i.m Program" on Sunday, July
lover radio station WWPB, ac-
ini it to Fred Jonas, president,
jommencing at 9:30 a.m., the
gram will feature music and
M talks by Philip V. Salmon,
ll attorney, and Judge Charles
tier, membership chairman.
jnas announced that the radio
gram will be one phase of a
ulened educational drive con-
|leH by the Zionist district to
jaiat the general public with
[aims and purposes of the Zion-
novement.
if they coujd return to their
homes. They didn't moan or feel
victimiied; with a feeling of im-
portance, each of them gave his
version of how-it had all started.
The sturdy 1 year-old who the
previous evening picked up the
stone which had landed close by
him and had sent it flying back
whence it came (up to the big wall)
felt like the hero of the day.
But in other parts of the coun-
try people were really upset. There
was a long delay on inter-urban
calls because so many were book-
ed, and some Tel Avivians "brav-
ed the fighting" and came up to
the capital to "rescue" children
of friends and relations. This re-
porter received six calls from Tel
Avivians mediately," but she doesn't know
of anybody who sought safety out-
side the city.
The Arab outcry of indignation
that Israeli bullets and mortars
fell in or near Holy Places is en-
tirely out of place, which is also
realized by neutral observers. Not
even Israel's antagonists expected
the Jews to let themselves be rain-
ed under by bullets and heavier
stuff without defending them-
selves; and how can one avoid hit-
ting anything precious in the Old
City which is so full of Holy Places.
If the three-day shooting was
meant as a dress rehearsal, it was
a bad failure, for though they had
the advantage of choosing their
own good time for the attack, as
well as the advantage of safe po-
sitions atop and behind the high
wall, the Jordanians' morale dUf
Integrated fast.
"It was yet another proof to
them that it doesn't pay to attack
us," said a high Israeli Foreign
Ministry official.
Rabbi Nearly Misses
Boat to Europe
Steamship officials showed an
amazingly unprecedented courtesy
to a Miami Rabbi last week when
they held up the sailing of the
Queen Mary for a half-hour.
Rabbi Louis Ari Cassel, dean of
Miami Beach's new Oxford School,
almost failed to sail when immi-
gration officials became suspicious
because of a misunderstanding and
refused to release his passport.
Kindly steamship officials did
something they almost never do
and held up the New York sailing
until the misunderstanding was
cleared up.
Rabbi Cassel will spend the rest
of the summer touring Europe and
Israel and conferring with leading
educators in order to bring back
with him the latest methods in time
for the fall opening of Oxford resi-
dent and day school at 1204 West
ave., on the bayfront in Miami
Beach.
Miami Junior Hadassah
Plans Swim Dance
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will hold a swim dance on Sunday,
July 25, 9 p.m., at the Di Lido Ho-
tel, according to Elaine Schwartz-
man, president.
Fund raising chairman Gforia
Antebi said that all proceeds will
be used for Junior Hadassah'*
joint Israeli projects, outstanding
of which is the children's village,
Meier Shefayah.
Member of the committee are
Ruthe Dixon. Zoe Star. Sandy Fro-
gel. Mariana Klibanow and Renee
Wexler.
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the "Yacht Seven Seas" Sunday,
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Johnston Mum on
Dispute With Syria
WASHINGTON (JTA) Ambas j
sador Eric Johnston today made it j
clear that, while interested in the
general development of the Jordan (
River waters for the benefit of'
Israel and the Arab countrir- he
is taking no stand on the Israel -
Syrian dispute over the diversion
of the Jordan waters at the Bnot
Yaacov bridge. The dispute is now
being handled by the United Na-
tions.
Many article.-.'' Ambassador
Johnston said in a statement, "have
appeared in newspapers and maga-
zines, both here and abroad, re-'
fleeting the fine public interest in |
these developments. Some of the,
things being said, however, are
Fwman Named Range Officer
Nathan Furman will act as
range officer for the 23rd time at,
the International Pistol Shoot to
be held in Teaneck. N.J.. on Aug-
ust 19. 20. 21 and 22. The meet
is sponsored by the New York Mir-
ror and the Teaneck Police. Fur-
man, an International Patrol Guard
for the Miami Beach Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, has
been in Miami for over three yean
He lives with hi- wife. May. in
Coral Gables.
highly speculative For example
I have just seen where 1 have been
quoted as agreeing that the waters
of the Jordan Rived must be used
(,nly with the Jordan basinwhich
happens to be incorrect.
While I cannot comment on all
these speculations, of course. I
would like to say that I made it
clear to both Arab and Israel ne-
gotiators that the Bnot Yaacov
question is receiving United Na-
tions consideration and is entirely
outside my competence I have
made no statement concerning it
except to explain just that.'"
Asked what he is now doing to
move forward with his proposals
for Jordan Valley development Mr
Johnston stated: "At present our
activity is largely in the technical
field. Our engineers are making
new analyses of the engineering
information on hand, and are col-
lecting new data for u>e when ne-
gotiations are renewed." He said
no definite time has been set for
his return to the Near Ea-t. but
made known he expects to return
within a few month-
geant alarms: Rabbi Boris Rackov
,kv. honorary chaplain; Abe Hor-
rowiU. 1 Samuels and Irvine
' Wacks. trustees.
Initiation of new members, de-j Commltlee ,n chsrge of the af-
dication and presentation of post {w |nc|udes Horrowitz. chairman,
colors to North Miami Beach Post f Lampert. Sheeter. Makran
Wmr Vetermm* f
Initiate Member*
skv. Seymour Miller, Norton Lett,
Irving Moss and Wacks.
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No 682 Jewish War Veterans of
the United States will be held on
Sunday evening. August 1st at
\7?7^Ts* iSS CheTm Kadiaha Will
"SL~ of new members w, Hdd Pofel.C Meeting
be conducted by state commander | Greater Miami (hevra Kadisna
Daniel Neal Heller Presentation of wl|| hold a public mass meeting
color* will be handled by the State on Tuesday evening, July 27, 8
Guard of Honor p.m at Beth El Congregation, ac-
ReDresentatives nf all veteran- cording to an announcement this
organization- of Greater Miami, as week by Nathan Ginsburg. presi-
udl a- citv official- of North Mi- dent.
Jewish cemetery- officials and
Greater Miami undertakers have
- FRIDAY. TUTY ]
. Kaeiaba has also institute |
|of weekly radio talks, .
and newspaper advertiiJ^J
cussing "the proper ftnj
of the deceased according ,
ish law."
dTii Beach, have been invited to at
tend the ceremonie-
na me cerrnionii-.-. oreaicr siiaou uuut, <-.> -..
Dr Morton H Zi-k. member of beeri invited to attend the func-
the Post, is donor of the colors. | tjon which will present outstand-
Rabbi Henry Okolica. of North jng )(K.a| leaders as guest speak-
Dade Jewish H-nter. and Rabbi Al-! ers Also invited to attend were
fred Waxman, state chaplain and congregation presidents and spir-
Mumi Jci-h Center spirit- j jtual leaders.
ual leader, will officiate j The organization recently launch-
Officers are Bernard holoff.! pd a program here to educate the
commander: Irving Steinberg^ sen-1 cofnmunity about the laws and
lor vice president: Daniel Sales. ntuals of la>( rj(es Ginsburg ex-
junior vice commander: Lester | ned
Eagle, adjutant: Marty Shachat.!F m^mm
judge advocate: Sidney Sheeter. In conjunction with its Sister-
ouartermaster; Ralph Lampert. hood. Chesed Shel Ernes. Revve
chaplain: Jules Makransky. ser- Goldberg, president, the Chevra
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f. JULY 23. 1954
-Jurist rkrkMcui
PAGE 7
te Life of Theodor Herzl: His
Personal Triumph and Tragedy
By JOSEF NIDAVA
AJP
r* N'VTK: Jewish organ-
*' ataeiiig .15 Thgpdor
Ktonixm, with
,,f ornw fblni i-unmMnsced
T JiHilt' ttenrt Committee
jrwlsh Agency and the Amerl-
Joidst Council have scheduled
ml-marlal meetings during tin-
i of November and December,
[id January. lS5. Following la
-I installment of a aeries ot
.t-al|ng with nome of tbe
.ntimnte phases of Herat's Mfe.
utiior recently shared top hon-
lh Juipt f"1" an of the 1!*"' Robert 8. afutvu.
ild Jewish Congroaa.)
pw minutes before dawn on
ly morning, the 14th of Au-
1949. the remains of Dr. The-
II'tzI and of his father and
lr were exhumed frum the
vault in the Doebling ceme-
[n Vienna. They were to be
lerred to Israel, in accord-
Jvith Dr. Herat's testament
he specific instructions of the
Government.
en we gathered round the
some 30 to 40 people at
we were overcome by a
|Y. almost mysterious feeling.
i.is pouring incessantly. In
loom we could" see crosses
td with the green shrubbery
ling around us, for the Doeb-
rtnetery was a place of eter-
(' for both Christians and
We were surrounded by a
[of Austrian police, who had
>vided by fne authorities
occasion. They aroused
unpleasant memories on ac-
lof their Nazi-like uniforms.
a depressing scene.
j perhaps we should have re-
After all. we were witnes-
hi- realization of a dear and
dream, the fulfillment of
wish of the leader. Even
I had been barred from enter-
Promised Land, not only
his life, but also after his
for "no man knoweth of
tpulchre* unto this day"
lose credulous enough to
pcted to "the very spot" at
Nebo by a Bedouin guide,
respect Providence had fa-
Herzl more than the first
(liberator.
Kling betore the open grave
Herzls I was struck by the
of this family's tragedy.
was not a single direct
ptlrnt of the Zionist leader.
id around me to find even
nt cousin through marriage,
LEGAL IfOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Or. Tatasto Narif
, ..."HI fanjtt That, 0 Jtrtiialtia"
secretary, who is now living in Tel i liceman and the American soldier
Aviv. At the age of 81, Dr. Schalit
is one of the last remaining dele-
gates to the First Zionist Congress.
We drank coffee at the very same
cafe which Herzl used to frequent
in his youth. But, of course, this
was not the Vienna of the last
decade of the ninettenth century.
Strauss waltzes were out of place
now and had given way to the mel-
ancholy tunes of Karas' zither. All
around us were the ruins of the
Second World War. The gay city
of bygone days had become a
piild discover none.* As in a
tragedy, the extinction of wrinkled and bitter^maid.
tmse had been complete.
pie evening of that day I
Uidor Schalit, Herzls first
in the jeep which patrolled the
streets of Vienna seemed to us
nothing but shadows; but Herzl
and his associates seemed very
real.
Dr. Schalit told me about Herri's
funeral on July 4, 1904. It was
a very hot day, yet thousands of
people, Jews and non-Jews alike,
paid their last tribute to the Zion-
ist leader. Herzl had requested a
"proletarian" funeral and forbade
his friends and followers to eulo-
gize him or to strew flowers upon
his coffin. Hundreds crowded
round the grave, mostly family re-
However, neither Dr. Schalit nor lations and intimate friends. His
I paid much attention to the pres-
ent that evening. The Soviet po-
|na Steiner to Play Mendelssohn
icerto; Solomon Guest Conductor
p.i Steiner will be soloist with
Diversity of Miami Summer
ny Orchestra on Sunday
, July 23, 8:30 p.m., at the
Beach Auditorium. The
oncert in the series will be
fcted by guest artist Izler
in, who makes his second
ance here in as many weeks.
Steiner will perform the
Concerto for Violin in E minor,
op. 64, by Felix Mendelssohn. The
three movements are marked Al-
legro molto appassionato, Andante
and Allegro molto vivace.
Mr. Salomon will conduct, the
orchestra in the overture to the
opera "Oberon," by Carl Maria von
Weber; Symphony No. 5V4, "A
Symphony for Fun," by the Amer-
ican composer Don Gillls; Elegy,
by Clarence Cameron White; and
Capriccio Italien, by Peter I.
Tschaikowsky.
Miss Steiner, a pupil of Efrem
mother stood erect and dignified
without shedding a tear. Herzls
wife, on the other hand, sobbed
continuously. His children stood
there too, bewildered.
The eldest, Pauline, was 14. and
her younger sister. Trade, eleven.
The son, Hans, who only a few
weeks before had celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah, intoned the Kaddish.
David Wolffsohn, Herzl's dearest
friend and successor to the Presi-
dency of the Zionist Organization,
took the oath of loyalty, and asked
Hans to repeat the words: "If I
forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my
right hand forget her cunning ."
Hans- oath would echo in his ears
till his last day on earth. Dr. Schal-
it told me.
I had not seen Dr. Schalit more
alert and vigorous than during the
telling of his story. But his mood
changed immediately when I ven-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171090
ll>A GREENSPON. Plaintiff.
SAMl'EL J. GREENSPON.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl): SAMUEL J. URKENHPON
asau wm ChioaD *ve,
I'troll. Mil In*.en
Vou notified that a Bill
of OMnblairft *r PI vorce has been
filed a*im ed to erVd I <>'i>y oi >our AIMOri or
Pleading to th,- Mill ,,( Complaini on
the plaintiff h Attorney, ROBERT M
BADER. :'"il Went Maslrr Kt Miami.
*""-. and file tin- oriiclnnl Answer or
reading In the office of th.- Clerk of
the Circuit Court .hi ..I befor. the tied
day of August, 1HH. If you fall to do
an. Judgment by default will be taken
anatnst you for the relief demanded
In the Mill of Complaint
Tola not lea shall Be published once
eek fiw four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN.
HONK AM' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tin.- Juth day of Julv, A.l>
E I! LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court,
I'.nle County. Horlda
By II. W PARTENH ELMER.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ROBERT M. BADER
2.1 s Wist Flagter Street. Miami. Ha.
Attornc) foi I'lalntlff
U v ,- 1..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrtna to engage In
bualiie.i under the fictitious name of
LITTLE FOLKS BTI'DIO, ai Dade
County, Kin. int.mis to leulster said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court <( I'ade County. Florida.
AI.VIN CLICK
7/23-30 N/8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMP I AW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, m-Miing to eu.age >n
business under the fictitious name of
CARS-A-POPPIN', at Miami Avenue
at 71'th St.. Northeast. Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of lha
Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
BENJAMIN TOPOL
JOHN TOPOL
MILDRED OBTROW
AARON If. KANNER
Attorney for Qars-A-Paonln'
7/16-23-30 3/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the I'i. niious name of
KEYS TAVERN, at S1U N W. 27th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend* to
register anid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ANDREW HOI.LENBECK
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2513 W. nagler St.. Miami. Pl.
7/23-30 8/3-13
/
w,n the Young Peoples award r {^children hjd not been taj
IS.57^ Phh",harmniC ^ t^ of therJathe?.,hHL 7.2
Philadelphia Orchestras. tense >s if hp memt to ^
The Naumburg foundation spon me for ing ,0 uncover a hidden
sored Miss Steiners highly sue- gecni
ccssful New York debut recital in ^ fact js ,hat the Zionist lead-
October. 1953 Among her concert crgnip seems ,0 have done its best
engagements have ix-en her ap ,over the j^t 50 years to envelop
pearances as soloist with the Phila- j t|)e trage{jy 0f the Herri family in
delphia Orchestra and the Nation- fl vejj o{ myStery Any mention
al. Baltimore and Chicago Sym-.j ;ne human aspect of the Herzl
phonies. ------------^~~~~
At her last concert appearance! HoteL Hosts were Mr. and Mrs.
story was considered taboo. Herzl
was known to the world at large
as the great Zionist leader, and
as a noted feuilletonist and play-
wright. But nobody seemed to
know much about Herzl the hus-
band and the father. Even his
most intimate friends shunned dis-
cussion of his private life.
Until a few years ago. there may
have been some justification for
maintaining this silence, out of
consideration for members of
Herzl's family. But today not a
single member of that family is
alive, and there is no question of
hurting the feelings of tbe living.
At the same lime, we do not wish
to deal in journalistic sensational-
ism, especially where the memory
of Herzl is concerned.
We are interested in bringing
to light facts without which a full
understanding of this great histor-
ic figure and those closest to him
would be impossible. Nor is Herzl
unique in this respect. How, for
instance, can Abraham Lincoln's
public life be properly evaluated
without taking into consideration
his almost constant feud with his
wife, Mary? Or can one under-
stand Napoleon without referring
to his relationship with Josephine?
Even our Midrash contains reflec-
tions concerning the part played
by Moses' wife in his efforts to
bring about the great revolution
of his day.
The time has therefore come to
faise the curtain somewhat on the
story oi the House of Herzl.
*M 0i... SHlmtf
on June 27. The Statesman.
Salem, Oregon, said "She capti-
vated her listeners with her mu-
sical maturity." 9
The violinist and Mr. Solomon
were honored Tuesday evening at
Alex van Straaten, of 2009 Collins
ave.. Miami Beach, Miss Steiner's
uncle and aunt. Notables in mu-
sic and news circles, as well as
intimate friends, were present at
a dinner party held in the Algiers, the function.
Youth Program Features
Mayor Shapiro as Guest
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro will be guest speaker on the
"Youth Views" program over radio
station WIOD on Saturday.
Faris Cowart, moderator, will
lead a discussion on the topic: "Do
Youth Contribute to Civic Better-
ment."
Panelists are Alberta Johnson,
Dorsey High School; Bill Renuart,
Miami Edison High School; Bob
Daly, Miami Edison High School;
and Joan Siegel, Miami Beach High
School.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH(
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 17007
KIONIE OI.MIS. Plaintiff,
vs.
HARRY OOLOEN and EVELYN
GOLDEN, huaband and wife, ROSA
rVRJOHT, a single woman. NATA-
LIE r*. EOHTER, a widow, and
l.ollSE V. MCAL. a widow.
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEED-
INGS TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST
INSTRUMENT
To:
HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN
COI.DKN. hindkand and wife. ROSA
ukii.iii, Mingle woman, NATA-
I.II-: P. FOSTER, a widow, ami
Lot ISI-: V. BCAL, a widow, and
all other persons inti-realed.
loo .re ..e.eby notified to appeal*
before Judge Orady Crawford, of the
gbova CoUTt, in hie Chambers at Hie
hade county Court Houae, in Miami.
Florida, al IO:0t) o'clock, A.M., on
10th day of September. IS'-t, and then
and there show came why the inntru-
DQent hereinafter described should not
be re-eatahllahed. The Petitioner,
El'ONIE OLMIS, seeks to re-eslaU
., .1 .... ii .. oat.- 34. 1946. made b) ILMlltY COI.DKN
ai.d EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and
wile, and ROSA WRIGHT, a single
woman, to the Petitioner aecurlng the
pai fft.nl of $1 "..ne i.Od In payments a*i
net fortli in aald note encumbering
tile following ill-scribed |iloii.M> in
Lade County, Hurida. lo*wlt;
The North urn t.-et oi i-ot and
the Went l.i feet of the North
10ft Ivet of |>,t V lilock 1.' ol
LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND
,., cording to the Plat thereof, re-
i ..... i i .h '..
46 of the Public Record, ot
1 -.ide COIiaty, i inrliia, ....-,li, r
with furniture and fixtures con-
tained th.iein, as per inventory
i riven,
which mortgage wan given to Recur*.
the lost note nought to be re-establish-
. .... Mi 11 corn-
ed in Mortgage Hook UJTi at page U1
of the Public Records of Dade County.
Horlda.
*.,. *-.ii..- "i- H' '........-.
tially alleges that the original ot said
note is not in me L'ubiuUJ o. im... i
............ ...... mot saio note
haa been lost or Inadvertently de-
stroyed; that Hairy Colden ami Eve-
lyn Colden. husband and wife. Rl
Wright, a single woman. Natalie r".
io... .. vwiiou. ami Louisa V. Seal,
a widow, .re or have been owners of
the real piopern !the only perwns known to the Pe-
tit lonei to be interested for or against
>ii. le-eslablisniiieiit of toe said note,
. ht the o.nv of the note souaht to
1... ,-n-e*ihllhed Is substantial and
zact copy of the original Inatrunu
...... r-H----. oinla. tins l'.'lli
day oi July. Ii4.
K I! I.KATI1KKMAN.
i lera ot tne < ircuii i ourt
Bv W.M. W BTOCKINO,
Daputj i
T ?:i-sn s/-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the'undersigned, desiring to engage in
business lUluw the ... n.luUk mm*'..*? of
HOLIDAY STUDIO, at Dad. County,
r- ui*n4> ?,. ^i,.*^r wnia nam.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt of
i ...e loumy, rlorlda.
ALVIN CLICK i
7/IS-30 8/J-1J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i business undei the fictitious name of
I A. B CANDY CO. iNiit Ini ). at
I Dade Count\. Fla Intends to register
' name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Com t of Dade County. Horlda.
ALBERT T. BALIN
7/J-S-U-M
AMENDED NOTICE BV
* PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165339
lOH.N BEItEY, Plaintiff,
AUGUSTA FRANCES BERET,
l'. '. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Th AUGUSTA FRANCES BEREY
RtMlda m i and Addi ess I'nkn i n
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divor-e has been
filed against you. and you are requii -
1 ...t to serve a copy of Your Answer
or Pleading to the Hill of Com pi
|on the plaintiffs Attorney. HENRY
M CAIN, 1511 Wc-t FlaKler Street.
Mi mil. Ha., and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading In the of floe of the
ii.ik of p''-n" r----- on h.-
fore the 24th day of August. 1(34. It
I......... t
will lie taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in Hie Bill ol om-
plalnt.
e*-l nnd shall he nuhllhed one.
each week for four consecutive weeks
o. .Hi. it." ISri Kl.oRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla lth day of July. A.D.
K It 1.F.ATHKRMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I>dc 1 omit' Horlda
Rv It ML HAWKINS
tClrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attornev for Plaintiff
I5JS West Flagler Stieet. Miami. Fla.
7/21-10 S/6-1J____________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171037
A I IK FHA/.IKIt. Plaintiff
\ a
EVA IK C/l KR, Defi ndant -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Kva Fraaler
West Halnltridge. Georgia
V. U AUK HEREBY RBQVIRED tn
serve a cop\ of v.mi answer i.. th.
Bill of 'omplaint In the above cause
for divorce, on the plaintiffs at'
nevs, and file the original In lh of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
on oi Itefnre the 22 day of Atsftiat,
IW>4. otherwise said BUI of Conmlamt
will be tak. iii'saed bv j
Dated this Kith iiav of July, is-.4.
E B I.F.ATHKRM \N
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County. I- loi M
By WM W STOCKING,
Dannty clerk '
MYERS. HK.IMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
IM BeyboM iiuiiiiiiiK, Migrtu 12, Fla.
7/J3-JD kVI-U
11>


FMDAY. IDLY 23
PAGE I
ScfaoenfcUi Feted
At Reception Hew
Xt and Mrs. fcilf
206 La Geree
mhHU at a
^JJi"fHr mk Mrv
SeboeaaekL at the Saw*? Helef '
jwJy 17 Some 1 ***
ed.
Mn SrhaeaieM the
Elaabeth *-ta7*tw?L*
feU the soa Mr *"
tvm TW en*?* are
the Inirersaty af C
*r<
Miss Stein Plans
June, 1955 Wedding
Mr and Mrs Loots Stein, erf
MM North Meridian are. Miami
. their daagbter. Cynara- to Rieb-
d S Pollack
The bnde-elect graduated from
SIMM Beach Hick School aad is
- w in her tenior rear at the L'ni-
rvt) 'I Florida- where she is
-ijonr.g in education.
Mist Stein u a Member of Alpha
: aabda Deha. freshman honorary
- caety and also beioags to the
Shiers Reveal
Jo Ann's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs Henry Shier, of
1236 SW 2lst ter.. Miami, miwwaare
the eatacemeat of their daugh-
ter Jo Ann Sooia. to Alfred A.
Lone Cotambus Ohm.
The hnde eteet received as an
encacement gift, a diamond nng
which has been in her nance's fam-
ily for many years
Jo Ana is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami She has been
teaching in Dade County for the
pant two years, where she is con
I -ture Teachers of America. netted with the Special Education
The too of Mrs Fa> Pollack. Department She is an active mem-'
29M SW 10th st. Miami, the fu-' ber of Junior Hadassah.
groom attended Irchnical j(r Long was graduated from'
Evergreen High School. Evergreen.
Ala. and attended Alabama
technic Institution He served
..verse*, with the armed fore-
three years He is now in business
in Cotambus
The wedding will take place Oc-
tober 24
*
1
7
Miss Schwartz and
Sir. Kupsind Wed
Miaauan Bertram T. Kupsmel
r trice Schu.,ru in
New York City on July 3. The
bode the daughter of Dr and
Mrs. Moms Schwartz, of that city
Mr Kopsmet I parents are the
Adotpk KnpsneU. of wSl NE 51st
H:gh School and griitnlrd from
-e University of Florida reeerr-
.-g the Bachelors degree m Archi-
nre.
H,^i member of Gargoyle, hon-
ary architectural fraternity. Pi
i ;mbda Phi social fraternity and
.- now associated with the office
'. M. Tony Sherman ban
The couple plan a June 1&55
-elding fallowing Miss Stein's
. aduation
Mrs. Imftm
California
hack
tember
The recent bride selected : Bti-
moo pink lace ballerina-length
fown HK ber reception ma'
shoe: and white orchid wnstlet
corsage
The bride's attendants were
Mrv Leonard Schwartz and Miss
Sefcaartt Bridesmaids includ-
ed the fcfieaei Manlyn Schwartz.
RtU Kane Rhoda Kane and Joyce
I Kane MiaHi Betty Weelf and Su-
I saa Kane were flower girls
Cpi Roy Kupsmel. Ft Kn-.x. Ky .
was hot man. for hi> brother.
L'shers included Dr. Irving Sch-
, aartz. Leonard Schwartz, Joshua
m Sep-'tokaUm and Jaslia Wialhrop
Ml
Sandier, Gold Bad
After HoneyiiHMin |
Stanley Melvin Gold has
h bride home to 1760 SW i
ave following a wedding trial
I New York. She Li the former <
Jean Sandier, daughter of Mr. i
\ Mrs. Fred A. Sandier 1758 SWl
ist.
Mr. Gold's parents are Mr
I Mrs. Mannce Gold, of Br
y^>
The wedding and receptioal
place on Jane 27 in the
Community Center of Bavotmt,)
The bride's stater. Mrs Rahftj
tei. was matron of honor
maids were Mrs. Norman Britf
other sister. Arlene Gold i
Elaine Sandier. Ann Sandier 1
junior bridesmaid
Miss Ruth Brotman Miami I
soprano, acted as soloist
Leonard Gold, of Brockton
best man for bis brother
included Ralph Fistel.
Gold and Fred Hirsrhhorn
Edward Fletcher the
I I III III MIIMI"!'
A graduate of Hunter College.
new.ywed Mrs Knpsmel is a teach wm *P*w. ring
er u the New Y..-rk City public
fiMJCC Council
Gives Tea in Gables
Sunday 2 p m at the home of
Aaa BarfctZ, 3710 Monserrate.
C .ra! Gables, members of Omega
- P Council sponsored by the
!Cato Miami Jewish Community
Latter gave a tea for the
'ficers of Phi Sigma Tau. Phi
I etta Tau Alpha Omega
A Tn Beta aLso GMJCC councils
Purpose of the tea was to promote
c ekrer relationship between them
Newly installed officers a]
C-rvega Delta Psi and hostesses for
t<- ware Broaa Oahea anal
vice president:
lirah Shop, vice president. Nancy
1 ebenthal and Lillian Rubin cor
. -.ponding secretaries. Bunm Rov
'.ng secretary
Sharree Zack. trea.-urer. Wanda
Steiabefg. assistant treasurer; Ar-
leaa Stiener. Sargent at arm- Fran
Jacobsons to Leave U>v Germany
Lila Lee Deehl became the bnde
of Stanley Zygmund Jacobson in a
ceremony on July 21 Rab-
bi Moms Skop officiated at the
Coral Gables Jewish CM
The bride is the daughter of Mr
Mrs Edward Mom- Deehl.
8001 North Bay shore dr
Mr Jacobson'- pareati are the
Arthur Jacobsons. of Winter Bar-
en. Fla.
Maid of honor was Miss Mary Jo
Rader Charlfs Jacobson acted as
bet man for his brother
Newlywed Mrs. Jacobvir KV
tended Miami Edison High School.
where she belonged to the H.r.vr
Society Hhe i- a 1953 graduate of
the University of Florida and ma-
jored in interior design At the U
of F she belonged to Gargoyle,
honorary architectural society
Mr Jacobson attended adkoat]
in Winterhaven. where he belong-
ed to the Honor Society and Stu
Finkle, Lieblin
Her husband u a graduate of | JmJh Ke\*eale(
Brown Lnaersity served in
World War U as an Army captain
and is now enrolled at Columbia
L'nirersrti School of Law
Mr. and Mrs. Paul P I
St. Louis, announce the
ment of their daughter. JudiflJ
to Martin E. Liebling. of
Miss Finkle attended Wa
Yelen Named Lhstnct ,ton lniversity at St Louis.i
Kniqhts oi Pythias Deputy sh* became a member of
* Delta Tau sorority
Attorney Irving kewrn. president
of ih<- West Miami town council
has bevn appointed district deputy
for the Knights of Pythias in Dade
<>nd Monroe counti-
Glen E. Hooker. Florida grand
chancellor will visit local Pvth
iaai on July 28 Among matters he **** Pl "d social fraternity i|
will di-cu-- here are the organiza-' Epsi'on Pbi.
twn highway safety campaign
and its child welfare work
Mr Liebling is the son fl
Clara Liebling. 1236 SW 22a*f
Miami. He is a graduate dj
I 'mversify t Miami and is I
senior at the Washington '
sity Schiwl of Medicine
His medical fraternity u
------------------------ ..... v, ulr ,,on.,, jcnin) jin-j 3iu- -. f.__i. .
Brenaer. pledge mistress: Marilyn dent Council He was ejaj a student ^^ *' r T""-
i-torian parliamentarian; at the University of Texa- joining |
Alpha Epsilon Pi. and the L'niver- i
sity of Florida He n currently a
corporal with the L'. S Army -ta
tioned in Bam berg Germany-
Braver to be Honored
Sam Braver will be Jsuaored
when Norman Bruar Brown JLuxil
lary No 174. Jewish War Veterans.
, holds its monthly meeting on Wed-
nesday. July 28 8 p.m. at the Re ,
publican Club. 1M7 West Flagler i baum. Mrs. Aaron Nt-wra
\ card party will follow at Mrs. J H Witt are in c
Fran,. 1700 SW 1st st. | arrangements
Moonlight Cruise Slo
Highlighting summer
of the Henl Group ot H
will be a moonlight crui>e oil
urday. July 24. at 8 p.m ThTJ
gram will include dancing
iie*hments aboard the Scv*H
Yacht, leaving from Pier ij
Yacht Basin. Mrs. Morris
' -.d Barbara
Kammerman. chap-
Women's Gym Resumes
Women \ gymnasium activities
a| the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
unity Center. Town Branch, re-
xmts tin Monday evening. July
:>. 8:30 pm Class and calisthen-
s. net activity and health club
ill continue each Monday eve-
I ng beginning at 8:30 p.m it is
A dinner followed the ceremony
at the Jamaica Inn on Key Bis-
cayne Out-of-town guests included .
Dr and Mrs. Seymour Deehl. the,
bride's brother, of Elizabeth. N J .
and Mr. and Mrs Philip Rosenberg,)
the groom's sister, of Winterhaven. [
After a trip through Florida, the '
couple will leave New York on Au-'
7Et*21t22Z H* SB.a. aS
lairman.
in Bam berg
Card Party Scheduled Wom Slate Party
B'r.ai B nth Women. North \
tore Chapter, win hold a card
; arty on Sunday. July 25. at 8
p m in the Biltmore Plaza Hotel. (
r> Sam Bryman and Mrs. Sol
Lerine are co-chairmen.
Dora Stein Sisterhood ->f the Is-
raelite Center will hold a card
party at the Center on Saturday
evening. July 24.
15
Meltzer Installed
ii
Weenie Roast Scheduled N'w nobl* Rrand of Moun' s,nai
ti -i____i v Lodge 10. Independent Order of ,
Temple Israel Young Adults will odd Fellows is Boris Meltzer 1835
P.!! IVedneXV1 ?"*?? SW Ist AU rentl> EwEd
'" 8\ m fh. t e1ven,ngJul>' by Irv Levin, district deputy grand i
ifil: J Iemple' a 1 Robert Kuperberg. president I vice grand. I
Staff conaultanbj and diacusaion leacW. o.,. j
am, area participants (shown abovinSludea
Terry King, acirnizustrative aecratorv iv,j r
Edward T. Graham. Mt. ZioTSrS'rh f
School laach, and chaiTn^ 2^
th* Teachers Watkahop in Human R**
CoJitge. St Augustine. Tha worksi ~
Anti-Defamation Laagua of B'nai B':
Giibwrt J. Bedkin. Florida ADL duector;
unty Council on Community Rakdioos
nd Edward Van Clawi. Shanandoo* Jvnicf]
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JULY, 1954
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PAGE 9
'ersonally Speaking

ind Mrs. Edward Scharcr,
st Hills. Long Island, N.Y.,
ing entertained by Mrs.
s parents. Rev. and Mrs.
Lehrer. 1553 SW 7th at.,
[on their two-week vacation
r # to to
and Mrs. Robert Trope, of
|99th st., formerly of West
each and Virginia, are now
it Miami Beach residents.
to -to -to
Padower, of 2270 SW 23rd
(ami. oil feted by 24 friends
18th birthday Sunday at
6n Park. The son of Mrs.
Padower, Philip is a Miami
High School graduate and
-NT the Illinois Institute of
)logy in September.
-to
bi and Mrs. Simon April, of
KW 11th st., have returned (
Iheir vacation in the North,.
they attended the gradua-
te their son, Samuel, from
(a University in New York.
le to Miami, they visited
ton-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Jrs Herbert Blumcnthal, Sa-
. Ga.
ft -to -to
and Mrs. Harry I. Surloff,
; here June 30, have re-
\: from a two-week wedding
t.d are at home at 7820 Byron
Iiami Beach. While North,
ouple visited Mr. Surloff's
Iter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Milton Zlotnik. of Pittsburgh,
Columbus, O., they were
of Mrs. Surloffs sister and
-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
to -to -to
fcationers at Edgewater Manor,
crsonville. N.C.. include Can-
id Mrs. Samuel Kelemer, Miss
Klein, Mr. and Mrs. P. Fried,
Jeannette Friedman, Mrs. D.
bt-rt and family and Mr. and
Nat Neederman and family.
i: tor -to
and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of
ISW 13th ct., left Monday to
|i ..it- children and grandchil-
[ln Cleveland Heights. While
Mr. Friedman will mark his
[ birthday.
ft -to
and Mrs. Myron Zeientz. of
kide. are on a three-week mo-
nur through Canada with their
liters, Susan and Judy.
ft ft
f. Bori.s Pritcher left Sunday
vacation trip, after appear-
>ih Claire Luce and Luther
in "Time of the Cuckoo" at
i.itmore Playhouse,
ft to
\ tinners at Osceola Lake Inn,
jiersonviUe. N.C., include Mr.
1 Niivy In truck's
Their Vacation
and Mrs. ktasi Meyers, of Dl
Island. Mmnai JJeach. are now
ti'.nine in Helsinki. Finland.
"ii tn thr.Jtaysian border,
layers this iw'tf'jrjirirtrd that
lad viewed a part of the Red
n an exhibition visit in Hel-
[t.e hammer and sickle proud-
i.es, but the people waiver in
insecurity." they said.
lording %M(. and Mrs. Mey-
jdeep resentment towards Ger-|
ky exists throughout the Scan-
h.nn countries. "Jews of gen-
|ins in residence were uproot-
Mjd sent to destruction during
I German invasion of Norway."
H' Helsinki community of half
jillion includes some 2.000 Jews.
fc Meyers, who is an attorney
and a member of the Dade
p'y School Board, will actively
f ipate in this year's eonven-
"f the International Women's
Association. She is president
|h;.t organization.
arkey and Israel are the next
on the couple's itinerary
>L'Eh Europe and the Near
and Mrs. Bennie Auerbach and
daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Jack A lion
and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sun-
shine, Mr. and Mrs. H. Navidor
Philip Siegel. Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Hill and son, Mrs. Ethel Cur-
son, Allen Curson, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Wenig and family, Mrs. H. It-
eld, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levine,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wasserman, Mr.
and Mrs. George Antine and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Newton J. Fassler
and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. Man
dell and son. Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Abraham and daughter, Judy, and
Mr. H. Steinberg.
to -to -to
Mark Balsam is visiting his fath-
er, Milton Balsam, of North Miami
Beach.
'Candle Light' is
Brisk Comedy
"Candle Light" and two of,
Broadway's scintillating stars I
Signe Hasso and WUUam Langford
opened at Miasai's Biltmore
Playhouse before a full house I
Tuesday night. The .play proves
to be another one of the entertain-
ing modern comedies producer'
Sam Hirsch has been presenting
in the current summer series.
The play is the seventh in the
current schedule. Miss Hasso is
delightful in the harlequinade of
mistaken identities, and makes the
most of the impish wit supplied by
P. G. Wodehouse. The comedy
lines seem to have been made for
the "First Lady of the Swedish
Theater." Langford is ideally suit-
ed for the brisk, light story. His
sophisticated interpretation is a
job of being delightfully entertain-
ing.
A three-act harlequinade about
how Prince Rudolf Haseldorf-
Schlobitten's valet falls in love
with a pretty voice over the tele-
phone, invites his charmer to his
master's first-floor apartment in
the belief that she is a baroness
and then puts off his livery and
becomes a Prince, the play has a
plot that is rife with wit.
The two theatrical stars are sup-
ported by a cast including season-
ed and well rehearsed players.
HUiei Girt* Aid
CMldrem9* If out*
Hillel. B'nai B'rith Girls, chap-
ter 297, came to the rescue of the
American Children's Home Friday
and Saturday.
The community service commit-
tee making the contacts and plans
with the Home included Joan Bier-
man, Roz Russakoff and Rena Halb-
stein.
The Home is moving to a new
location because of the recent fire
that completely destroyed the old
building. "The new location has
been vacant for a year and was in
need of a good cleaning," the com-
mittee trio explained.
Hillel. BBG arrived on the spot
and spent the day sweeping and
mopping floors, dusting, vacuum-
ing, making beds, putting the
clothes away and cleaning the
many books and bookcases.
Girls who participated are Paula
Sternfield, Roz Hirsch, Rena Halb-
stein. Ros Russakoff, Joan Hoi-
stein. Marsha Rose, Marsha Lazar,
Bonnie Mooney, Judy Weiss. Noney
Lesser, Helen Kessler, Louise Sred-
nick. Arlene Franzblau and Joan
Bierman.
Yiddish Program
A Yianisn program, conducted
by Louis Gross, will be heard Sun-
day morning, July 25. 11 a.m..
over station WMIE. Scheduled is
a discussion by Gross of the Indo
China peace talks and their rela-
tion to Arab-Israel tensions in the
Near East. Joseph Birnbaum, an
nouncer, will speak on the Por-
tion of the Week.
Cemetery Plan Revealed
Temple Sinai of Hollywood this
week announced that its board of
directors has concluded arrange-
ments for a plan with,regard to
purchasing plots in Mount Sinai
Cemetery. Chairman of" the com-
mittee is Hayy Stadler.
Rabbi to Speak
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
speak over station WWPB on Sun-
day morning. July 25, at 9:45 a.m.
His topic will be 'The Tongue of
Israel," commemorating the works
of two great Jewish leaders, Dr.
Theodo'r Herzl, founder of modern
Israel, and Cnaim Nachman Bia-
lik, Hebrew poet.
New Association
Dr. Ronald J. Mann this week
announced his association with Drs.
William K. Boros and Herman
Cohen for the practice of general
] medicine. Effective on August 1,
| the physicians will maintain of-
fices at Edison Center Medical
1 Clinic, 674 NW 62nd st., Miami.
Rabbi Invited to View
Reservists in Training
Rabbi Max Shapiro was this week
among 12 Greater Miami business-
men, clergymen, news executives
and civic leaders invited to fly
to Fort Jackson, S.C., for a look
at Miami reservists in summer
training.
Invitations were extended by Lt.
Gen. Alexander R. Boiling, com-
mander of the Third Army in At-
lanta. The Air Force plane leaves
Miami International Airport at 7
a.m. Friday and will return here
about 5 p.m. the next day.
The group will inspect training
in the Third Army Adjutant Gen-
eral's School being operated for
the third consecutive summer by
the staff of the Army Reserve
School in Miami.
John Behney, Eve Tellegan, Stick-
ler W. Pollock and Irv West all
turn in splendid performances.
The sixth play of the series,
"Time of the Cuckoo," closed a
two-week run Sunday night. Cur-
tain time at the Playhouse is 8:30
p.m.
far AN Oscsalaes
COiOt or
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Mrs. H. A. Phillips; Carole Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Goldberg; Claire Mager, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.
Morris Mager; and Delores Miriam Chernoft. daughter of Mr.
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FRIDAY. JULY
13
Exodus May Bring Unrest
,o,.,t ;.-. untrttn hihI Kii\|M n'"^ mgiwd contract! with Eon* eaJlhhl
,!, ,.,,., ,|.. ivm the evaeua ,,. ,|, a.hv.i > -I liiilit weapons
. i. ii.nivh unlit ii\ lorves ... i ii.Kiiiii.uiv uorlh Si.ftOO.WH), m-
from Bilbao. Spain, today that
Spanish arms manufacturers navr
ii Egypt eaiii-
-
lion o( ii>.' uuiivh mlltur) turn mmI mwtiUoM worth9M00.ww>t*
,,,, ,!.. Sue. area. UN l'M chnltng sexeral hundred 81 W
v, | will POWrtdM MAdtM MNM and Hi *** nd s00000
,M%, tMUtartbtn n rtjpwn stat-
\,ii.- \> Vwt riMM ivi'o.t.M Ml that mkb kown to km i
peate.lly stated its concern over
tali .t.v.iopm.ni to the Spanish
Foreign Ministry It h tg**
rtood. too, that the Imted States
p,.,,,lM. Detriment took up tn.
,..n.|- Wit* th- Spanish senor.il
Haft, ihe HMM report added'
In Istanbul, the Turkish 0M
ment is ot the opinion that Israel
, reality and that the Arab.
must accept the fact that Israel
has come to stay. It was indicated
there following a week-long con-
ference of Turkish diplomatic rep-
IMIllllrtlim "' Middle Ea*'">
countries
The conference, which was at-
tended bv President Djelal Bayar
f Turkev as well as by Premier
Adnan Menderes. heard reports
from Turkish envoys in the Arab
countries and in Israel and came
SOO,
to the conclusion that there.,
be no deviation from the i
neutrality between" lira4 _
Arab lands which has been''
lowed by Turkey since
the recognition of tht
state.
At the same time, the confe
recommended that Turkish
mats should make new effort."
bring Arab countries to closet
laboration with the Waat.
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LY. JULY 23. 1954
*Jewist> ftorkUnn
PAGE 11
ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
IETH JACOB CONGREGATION
III bold Friday evening services
6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
vices are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
111 be at 6:43 p.m., followed by
lalos Seudos. Rabbi Moses Mes-
eloff will discuss the Weekly
prtion. Daily services are at 7:30
m. and 6:45 and 7:10 p.m.
*
IMIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
3NGREGATION will hold Friday
ening services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
jay morning services are at 9
i. Rabbi Simon April will dis-
lss the Weekly Portion. A class
Ifishna is at 5:30 p.m., follow-
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
lily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
45 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONCRE-
TION Will hold services Friday
ight at 6:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Si
on Rubin, of New York City, will
ficiate Saturday morning at 8:30
in. There will be a Talmud class
nducted by Rabbi Rubin at 5:45
in Mincha is at 6:45 p.m. Maar-
will follow at 7:15 p.m. Cantor
Ibraham Seif will render the urn-
al portion of the service.

|BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
I hold Friday evening servioes
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
rrvices arc at 9 a.m. Class in
\
Perek will be conducted by H. Eis-
enberg at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at
6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 7 p.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TS* will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will preach on the
I sermon topic: "Rebirth of Lan-
I guages." An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. Services on Saturday morn-
ing will begin at 8:45 a.m., with
Rabbi Abramowitz officiating. His
| sermon topic will be the Portion
of the Law.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating and preaching on
the topic: "What Makes Herzl Im-
mortal." Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 10:45 a.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at
6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, Rabbi Emeritus, officiating.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Murray R.
Apfelbaum, president, officiating
and presenting the principal ad-
dress. Cantor Maurice Neu will
render the miiira' oortinns of liturgy, with the choir, under Lu-
cille Moore, assisting.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m.,
with Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiat-
ing. Services will be held at 9 a.m.
Saturday.
lalcolm B. McDonald, secre-
cy and director of adver-
tising and publicity of the
Tlorida Power & Light Co.,
las been elected vice presi-
dent of the utility. The 52-
rear-old executive will con-
in ue his advertising and pub-
licity duties while W. F. Blay-
Dck. former assistant to the
sident, takes over as sec-
etary. McDonald joined Flor-
ia Power & Light Co. in 1926
l a clerk in the sales de-
triment. He later served as
ecretary to \hm president.
Sen assistant to the president
secretarial the com-
any. In addRaW to placing
Idvertisements in publica-
lons throughoul Florida and
Pleasing news of (he com-
pany. McDonald is responsi-
lle for the editing of various
|mployee publications. He
nginated the well-known
Uogan "Stay Through May,"
hich is widely used in ad-
vertising to persuade winter
Jurists to prolong their Flor-
ia visit. McDonuld lives at
Durango st.. Coral
Jbles. with his wile and
o children.
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Eleanor Roosevelt Women
Schedule Barbecue Saturday
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will have an eve-
ning of daticing and swimming un-
der the stars at their barbecue
swim dance on Saturday evening,
July 24, 8:30 p.m., at the Sands
Hotel.
This will be the first fund rais-
ing affair of the new year, and
the money collected will be dis-
tributed among the following charr
itable organizations, of which B'nai
B'rith is sponsor:
Leo N. Levi Hospital, Anti-Defa-
mation League, Hillel Foundation
and B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion.
"Miss Unusual Bathing Suit"
will be selected at the barbecue.
Mrs. Harold L. Saxe, Mrs. Carl Rol-
nick and Mrs. Gordon Marmorstein
are chairmen of the affair.
Miss Steiner Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe's guest on her
Saturday broadcast over station
WKAT at 6:30 p.m., will be Diana
Steiner, violinist, who will be solo-
ist at the sixth pop concert Sunday
at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Program Launched for
Handicapped Placement
Announcement has been made
Jiere of the reappointment of Dr.
Paul L'nger and Dr. Scheffel
Wright as co-chairmen of a com-
mittee on Community service of
the Greater Miami Heart Associa-
tion by Dr. Morton M. Halpern,
president of the group.
The committee will give atten-
tion to an employment placement
program for persons handicapped
by cardiac diseases, according to
Dr. Halpern.
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JHUDAY, IULY ;
GLOBAL SHORTS
Danger of Near East Tension
Emphasized at Senate Hearing
WASHINGTON Henry A
Bvroadr, Assistant Secretary of
State)**- Nmr Eastern Affair-.
told the Senate Foreign Relation -
Committee that Arab-Israel tension
represents the greatest danger in
the Near East because "the secur
ity council of the United Nations,
much as we deplore the fact, will
be more and more ineffective on
helping on this problem." This was
revealed when the Senate commit-
tee published hearings on the For-
eign Aid Bill for the new fi-cal
year. Mr. Byroade said the one
place in the Near East where he
could not report progress was the
Arab-Israel region.
Report Draft of Arabs,
Christians Into Israeli Services
JERUSALEM (JTA) Moslems
and Christians living in Israel
comprising about 10 percent of the
country's population will be
drafted into the armed services
hereafter under the compulsory
service law. That was indicated
here when the Defense Ministry
issmd orders that recruiting be
begun in all Israeli communities
which until now had not been re-
quired to furnish their military'
service quotas. Under the new in-
structions, registrations for mili
tary service and medical examina-
tions are be carried through for all
males born between 1937 and 1943
New U.S. Ambassador to
Israel Sworn in by Dulles
I WASHINGTON tJTA > Edward
' B. Lawson. former U S Minister to
1 Iceland, was sworn in here a* new
! US Ambassador to Israel by Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dulles
who expressed confidence that Mr
Lawson will successfully discharge
his new duties Mr. Dulles empha-
sized that "a very special relation-
ship" exists with KnMi and that
"it is extremely important to main
, tain friendly understanding Am-
bassador Lawson replied that he
appreciate.- Mr. Dulles confidence.
Victims of Nazi Persecution
To Get Loans in Bavaria
MUNICH (JTA) Ba\aru hi
! sued implementation regulation-
1 governing the granting of loan- U>
those Nazi victims who, under the
Federal Indemnification Law. are
entitled to resume the occupations
in which they were engaged
to the onset of Nazi persecution
The regulations, which do not dif-
fer greatly from those introduced
many years ago by the late Dr. Phil-
ip Auerbach. make it possible for
Jews who formerly lived in Ger-
many as self-employed bu-
, men or professional people, and
who have now resettled there, to
apply for loan.- up to S7.000and
in exceptional cases up to $12.000
provided they have no funds them-
selves and cannot obtain any else
where.
Israel Becomes Member of
International Monetary Fund
WASHINGTON JJA K,se!
has formally become a member ol
the International Bank for Rccon
traction and Development and of
the International Monetary Fund.
The articles uf agreement
signed at a State Department cere
mntiv hv brad Ambassador Abba
Than in the pre-ence of official-
of United State- and Israel
ernment- Samuel Waugh. A--i-
tant Secretary of State for Eco-
nomic Affair-, represented the
United State- The State Depart-
ment acts a- repositor) for the
Bank and will keep the document
d.
Jewish Scholar Named
President of University
FRANKFURT JTA Pot the
third time in succe-ion. Frank-
furt University ha- bestowed the
:fice at it- disposal, the
rector-hip. upon a Jewish born
,r who returned to Ger
after a scientific career interrupted
b> the Nazi regime, but continued |
in exile Elected by hi- faculty col-
leagues to the rector-hip. or presi-
dency, of the University for the
forthcoming academic year M
Dr Fritz Neumark. a professor of
vie- ho Ii3- -penalized in
financial problems and belong- to
the Advisor) Councils of the Bonn |
and of Fi-
nance
Proceeds for Welfare
\ card party is planned by Good-
will Group of Greater Miami on
Tuesday. Jul> 27. 1 P-m at the
Kmghti "f IMhias Trail Lodge.
243 SW 8th -t Chairman of the
affair is Mr- Ben Johnson Hos
,U be the Mesdaracs Jen-
,. Wikhyi and Mildred Bobson
Proceeds are for the welfare work
i the organisation, according to
Mr- Jack Shapiro, president______
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Zionist Movements
Reestablished in Germany
DUSSELDORF iJTAi The Zi
onist movement was reestablished
in Germany last week with the
formal organization of a new Zion-
ist federation and the election nf
a three-man executive and a 17-
member national board at a con-
ference of German Jewish leaders
here. The new federation has the
support of the World Zionist Or-
ganization and will be affiliated
with the WZO Shekolim will be
sold by the German Zioni>t Organ-
ization and on that basis it will
be able to send delegates to the
forthcoming World Zionist Con-
gress.
Warsaw Ghetto Revolt to
Remain Permanent Memorial
NEW YORK JTA' The War
saw Ghetto revolt will remain a
permanent national memorial day
for Jews throughout the world,
the World Jewish Congress an-
nounced here, emphasizing that
Jew- in 39 countries thi- year com-
memorated the Warsaw Jewi-h up-
- again-t the German Army
during the Nazi occupation of
Poland. A survey to determine
hi m enduring is the memory of
that heroic Jewish saga was under
taken by the WJC under the direc
tion of Dr Isaac Schwarzbart. head
of its organization department
Knesset Speaker Denies
Contemplated Yiddish Law
NEW YORK 'WNSi Joseph
Sprinzak. Speaker of the Kne-.-et
in Israel, denied rumors of a re-
' port that bneJ'l supreme legi-la-
tive body was considering a bill
against Yiddish Mr Sprinzak
clarified the issue in a cable to
the I. L. Peretz Screiber Yerein.
Yiddish Writers I'mon. which pro-
tested against the reported action.
Sprinzak in the cable said he "re-
; gretted circulation of reports that
Knesset is contemplating a law
against Yiddish'' Parliament, he
said, merely consented to debate
"the problem of the uncontrolled
growth of foreign newspapers and
magazines, which creates a Babel
of languages in the land "
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In Response to Public Demand!
In response to the many letters and calls our organizations have received since
we started our program we are calling a
Public Mass Meetin3
Tuesday, July 27th, 8 p.m.
at the

Beth El Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
Chicago Scientist Dr. Schein
Discovers Atomic Particle
SEATTLE iJTAi Dr Marcel
Schein. a cosmic ray scientist at
the University of Chicago, last
weekend announced the discovery
of a new atomic particle with fan-
tastic energy and the ability to
turn matter into energy and then
turn that energy into another tvpe
of matter. Dr. Schein. who made
hi discovery while working on a
US. Naval research project, made
his announcement to the American
Physical Society here.
Jewish Congress Proposes
New System for Rights Poet
GENEVA i JTA i The World
Jewish Congre ha- -uggested to
the United Nations Economic and
Social Council that it adopt a new-
approach to the problem of guar-
anteeing human rights and free-
doms by substituting .,
individual international in>tru
ments, each limited to the eodifi-
eation of one or two -ptcific right.-,
rather than one or two all-embrac-
ing documents Dr. (. M If..
.speaking for the WJC, said that,
since an analw- of UN member-'
attitudes toward the draft cove ,
Inaata on human rights indicated!
, that there was no hope for adop-il
I tion of an all-embracing text by
I an adequate number 01 power-. th'
WJC felt that it must urge the
substitution of limited covenants
RG
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REVVE GOLDBERG
Prendenf
ID SniL Emes Sl-ll '
Release of Some Jewish
Rumanian Leaders Noted
LONDON (JTA)The Board of
Deputies of British Jews has noted
with interest and -with a certain
m^a-ure of relief" that the Ruman-
ian Government had released a
half-dozen Rumanian Jewish lead-
ers previously arrested and con-
victed of having had contact with
Jewish organizations abroad. The
Board also stated that it would
continue to "watch the situation
in the hope and expectation that
persons still imprisoned will be
xeleased soon."
American Company to Start
Drilling for Oil in Negev
NEW YORK (JTAV-Deep drill-
ing for oil in the State of Israel
will begin soon on acreage joint I v '
held between Pan Israel Oil Com-
pany. Inc.. and Mediterranean
Petroleum Corporation in Israel,
newly-formed corporations which
were recently admitted to trading
on the American Stock Exchange.
I it was announced here at a news
i conference. Both companies are
I under the leadership of William F.
Buckley, a veteran international
oil executive A total of 500.000
shares of common stock recently'
was placed on the American Stock
Exchange by Pan Israel and Med-
iterranean Petroleum, which is!
jointly holding a license covering'
the Kurnub structure in the Negev i
Desert.
The Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha
and the
Chesed Shel Emes Sisterhood
COMM^Y?^ f ??<*<> *> that the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
SvJSiS^^ P-phWt. and nawapep- \
^^evTlaa^^r^ "^ auidanc the C-aier
-~ts to Speak
^ZSr*7Jr?+ BabbU' C^^n Pr-id -
Jewish Und.rtak.rs.
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IY. JULY 23. 1954
-JewirtfikrHm
PAGE 13
|eral Dayan to
Military Areas
tinued from Peg* 1
ha>e'1he*fa reserved for
:layan's reception in Wash-
"nas been viewed in contrast
he more enthusiastic recent
| n tendered to the Iraqi
f Staff. Gen. Mohammed
iho served-on the Nazi side
World W"af n, when he
Jpttted rn prorNan aulrtary ac-
1941. Gen. Arif was decor-
h the U.S. Legion of Merit,
by the Defense Depart-
h an official citation, and
rted by military aircraft.
m received neither medal
ial commendation and was
to travel by commercial
B.
ilinncr tendered Gen. Day-
\mbassador Eban, Mr. By
clcomed the General and
id the hope that, apart
immediate objectives of
| to this country, his stay
uld help to indicate the
feelings of the American
Top diplomatic and mili-
ilitieS attended the din-
fish Agency Gets
rial Status
:-iHnoetl from Page 1
ported to implement the
..it which, will be signed on
f the Agency Jjy its co-
X n. Dr. Nahuin Goldmann
1 Locker. The plenary ses-
the Agency executive will
iiwrrow,. a day before the
^ hero of-fhe Zionist Actions
t he supreme Zionist
ttween, World Zionist Con-
y -nday's* session, the Jewish
xecutive decided to recom-
i the Actions Committee
next World Zionist Con-
h held next summer in Jeru-
The session discussed var-
i..ilgetary problems and the
f:on of cultural and agricul-
rk.
ich Federal
fs Officers,
iff Additions
taff members have been
: the list of officers of the
Beach Federal Savings and
ociation, according to Sam
|-cr. chief executive officers
i tiiry-treasurer. Increased
has necessitated the ad
nt of the following, he
Shurtz. vice president and
an officer; Myron H. Willi-
"ivtant vice president and
lier; A. L. Brown, assistant
r< Mdent and loan officer; Al-
r-lgie, assistant vice presi-
|r-<- North Shore Branch man-
nd Marcus O. Sarokin, as-
\ice president and South
I Branch manager.
12 joined the association in
kr.'l has been chief loan offi-
|r a number of years. Willi-
Vho has been cashier, started
I association in 1940. Elgie
> with the Miami Beach
f>- for 13 years. Sarokin as-
with the opening of the
Shore Branch in 1952. and
,n manager since that time.
mg the six months period
June 30, the Miami Beach
[ Savings and Loan Associa-
ported as being "the larg-
pancial institution in Miami
According to Becker, has-
I at a high peak "and the
J>id easy money policy na-
will make for greater ac-
1 Miami Beach Federal."
officers elected Tuecday
Ere with the present officers
Association: Baron deHirsch
President; Sam R. Becker,
|t"e vice president and sec
Mreasurer; Leonard L. Abess,
|rMdent; and W. George Ken-
p-ce president.
Crovitt to Head
Gables Zionist Group
Daniel Cravitt has been elected
president of the Coral' Gables Zi-
onist District.
Named vice presidents at the
recent election meeting were Abe
Hurewitz, Harold Shapiro and Har-
old Simon. -
Other officers are Meyer Fine,
financial secretary; Morey Ray-
man, recording secretary; Manuel
Barkin, treasurer; and Sidney
Sanders, corresponding secretary.
Board of directors include Oscar
Burstein, Max Friedson, Wilbur
Friedson, Mrs. Al Levick, Thag-
dore Rubel and Mrs. Morris Simon.
~T
Kimmel Gets Scholarship
Markowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Rachel
Markowitz, formerly of 130 Jeffer-
son ave., Miami Beach, will take
place on Sunday, July 25, at 2 p.m.,
on the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Mar-
kowitz is survived by her husband.
Louis; four sons, Abe, of Fort Lau-
derdale, and Harry, Isadore and
Ben. of Miami; arid twW daughters,
Mrs: Harry Fisher. Miami, and
Mrs. Herbert May, Hollywood, Fla.
She also leaves 13 grandchildren
and 12 great grandchildren. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
p.m., at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Mr. Levy is survived by his wife,
Anne; a son, Bertram A.; and a
daughter, Mrs. June B. Adler. He
also leaves one grandchild. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend. .
Arthur Kimmel, -ton of Mr and t ,. TT,-,:i:_
Mrs. Harry Kimmel. 3340 SW l^S LevY Unveiling
., has been awar^d a letlow>hijf I The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Levy, formerly of 849 West ave.,
will take place Sunday, July 25. 2
ed the Master of Art* decree last
June.
for a year's study at"HheLnivpfr1
sity of Aix-en-Preveaee, Franfi;
near Marseille
Kimmel received tf AB degftt
from the University, ,of Miami Ml
1953. He worked as graduate as-
sistant in the university's French
Department for a year and recelw-
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FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No, 1710M
MAX MKIH1EBOW and GT8HIE
Mi:i;i:i:..\v. hlM Wife, CI.,iiiilff,
A LICK si.Moxs JOHNSTON,
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scinding tht>-,*a,le liy yog to i.lnintii t-.
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Lots it, 1.1. 14 and IS and part*
of l.ota It, 17. IS and 19, all In
in k i of fMi.Ks srr.ni vi-
sit N at Moilello. I lot 1,1.,. l> inK
easterly of the raltrOM ami
westerly of IS hiMiwnyltri:
Tim;i:i 1114; WITH ah injlove-
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PONE AN1> ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tin- L'l.-t il.n of July. IH
i: II I.EATHERB1AN*,
Clerk. Circuit Court
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(Circuit Court Seal) lieputy
LEO BHEINER
KM Roper Huildlng, Miami. Flprldi
T/Z3-1U S/S-U
Mrs. Meyers Named
School board member and Mi-
ami Beach attorney Anna Brenner
Meyers has been named among 178
Greater Miami lawyers to stand-
ing committee posts of the Florida
Bar Association, according to an
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with Federal Judge John W. Hol-
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FRIDAY. JULY 23. 1$
/// SAMUEL SERBIN
Academy Expects
Peak Registration
Daniel Broad, chairman of the
board of admissions of the Hebrew
Academy, this week announced an
anticipated registration peak of ^'^I'.V,','.', V
a r i e s
M, of 110 Venetian W liJJJIri
ktrceet manufacture -r
,!:,.,! Jub I*- ;
Mt-rvi n. atatlon-
.lol.it aad L
board. in m
Broad said that in the past year
the average enrollment reached
approximately 225 students.
Also on the board of admissions
are Morris Cohen. Sol Goldman.
Sidney Rubinowitz and Samuel
Reinhard.
According to Rabbi Alexander
S Gross, principal, it was revealed
that with the completion of two
additional classrooms the admit-
tance of 50 more students will be
SIMON HARRIS
,-4. owner ol : u
. ,,,* fron, Philadelphia wfc.
a dBUKtiirr. Mrs RaBand >< i"j
11 *M..or and brothel
pwuldrtphta Th. b. ';
mitadelpMa fa
hj iiu- Batch MworlM I I
ABRAHAM DAAR
. muu broh died "'>
MS in hiS hon.r Mr iv.,.,r ,-... here
ir.ade possible to the kindergarten from N.-J
and the first two grades.
Rabbi Gross also said that ac-
cording to the applications receiv-
ed, the registration peak will be, mrs jcnnik miNTSMAM
reached before the opening day of
school.
Construction of two additional ,
classrooms, as well as the complete v
renovation of the entire building..,, ubuni R*a.-h. with >..
i> under the supervision of Nathan Steal Omatant.______
Ginsburg. chairman of the house samuei
committee.
i,h Bea7h Memorial handllna ar-
%m Waal *-< 'it^d Jul>
t Mr.. Kurtinun
di-nt tor :: vr and 1- aurvtr.
her hunaml. Samuel, wrll kn;
Ml
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N '.-i I luljr IS
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Miami. n .hint- of ai
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Loon Lake Site of
Tercentenary Fete
NEW YORK David S. Andron.
owner of the Loon Lake Hotel in .
-

a! ware in Sea
-\EL ABESOS
-
-
MRS E ANKER
-
3i- V =_=-:-:=
the Adirondacks and Miami Beach
resident, is linked with two tercen-
tenaries
In 1949. he received the Historic
Arts Award for his work. Author
of Liberty a film biography of
John Milton, the English poet, on
the occasion of the tercentenary of
lfiKon'9 historic "Tenure of Kings
and Magistrates" which was writ-
ten in 1649. Now in 1954. a pre-
view program committee ha*
scheduled a series of musical pro-
ductions and -
- Loon Lake Hotel during the
period of July 4-20 as a salute to |
Um American Jewish Tercentenan
An Independence Day Salute in-
augurated the Tercentenan cele-
bration which will, among other
events, preview enactment* of fa-
incidents in American Jew-
ish history portrayed by prominent
he theatre V
Bins such .i- a-
ind "Liberty in a Feather
Bed'" will express the themut.
the Tercentenary eel
Three Hundred Years in Tune,
a Broadway musical salute to the
lean Jewish Toreenti
created and produced by Maurice
Levine. current mriral director "I
the Broadway >ucce-~ "Kimet."
will also be presented This >p>.
cial musical production will be
sb n preliminary to a planned na-
tional tour to be held under the
.,--p;i.e> of the American Jewish
Tercentenary Committee which
will formally launch its program
observing the 300th anniversary of
the first Jewish settlement in
America in the fall.
N.l.i. Cemetery.
THEODORE CULKIS
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ARON WOTTITZ
.:,. contracti* dlad
K me her. eixht raarj a*u from
Cincinnati and a Maaun, Hi-
Rife Helen and a weler. m>i"
. I.,. baU Wedaaaaaj m the
Horn: Miami.
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St, vtaiua r..ii. New tar*. ad
- ,..> in a Miami Keacn hotel
rived by a brothar, M
,. had] mm* "art W
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1.-1 Monda] H' aa reatdeni
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hroth*n>. Indudln* Max. "f Miami.
Mn Baaina t hgai III-
irere hrM edneada>
PuBaral Honae, M
U.H-ll.ian l'.ok.
JOSEPH J. LERNER
daw Tort '
dav Hr araa "" < '>" loan*
,nr ,.. Lentef i hall ot !'-
,hcH irhlrh haa rtoraa la i-i"
Beach. Mr. Lerner
w, id thr l-ernrr -
I'ntH bij
Waih. h* .. caalnaaa of tt\r boa a
n li<
- Mmuat .>n.l Michael A
h. Mi
iMl.hi.i
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Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish man of the affair was Mr.
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PAGE 15
LEGAL NOTICi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iiTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
mlM Ik n< 'I, desiring to engage In
naa under the fictitious name of
[VIL ORNAMENTAL IRON
IrKB, t 2139 N.W. Miami Court.
Ind to register said name with the
j-k of the Circuit Court of Dade
Intv. Florida. ___
WIIJ.IAM SHIKF *
I.ICON SHIKE, Owner*
fcononi: nelson
prney (or Applicants
8-73-34)
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
[THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
)RIOA IN AND FOR DADE
JNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 1706*1
IATFORD A. BARNES Ml' DAVIIi
Plaintiff,
LEGAL NOTICI
-'-
YuoiiARDBON
MC
DAVID.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NET) RICHARDBON MC DAVID
1I0J E. J-'lh Street
New York City, N.Y.
u are hereby notified that a Hill
;nii>plalnt for Divorce has lietn
against yon, and you are reo,uir-
io nerve a ropy of >our Anaer or
ndliiK t<> <' KU1 of Complaint on
plaintiffs Attorney. CHARLES
UCH, IMC 6*0 I'ont HulldliiK. Miami.
rieV and file the original Answer
lending in the office of tin- Clerk
Ehe circuit Court on or before the
day of August. 184. If you fall
so. judgment by default will be
against you for the relief de-
Hied in the Bill of Complaint.
Is notice shall be published once
week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I iNK AND ORDERED at Miami,
rnla. tlila 2nd day of July. A.D.
E. R I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit court,
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. BTOCKINQ,
iiH Court Seal) l>eputy Clerk
RLE8 J. RICH
rney rojf I'lalntlff
du I'ont Building. Miami. Florida
m-m
ll<
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUOOES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
)RIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33094-A
ESTATE >E
k.MEB CEZANNE KKI.SKY.
Decojased
I.MI Creditors and All I'ersons Hav-
TClaims Of Demands Against Said
i iinl each of you. are Inr. l>>
i .1 and required to I....."Mil any
- and demands whieh >
ill you, may have against the
,.l JAMES CEZANNE KKI.SKY.
-ed late of W .men County, New
to the Honorable County
. nf Hole County, and file the
in their offices In the County
it house in Daile County, Kim Ida,
right calendar months from
I (I it.' of the first publication here-
Said claims or demands to con-
the legal address of Die I'laimant
:., be sworn to and presented as
eald, or same will lie haired.
i'e June fth. A D. 1W*.
UAIilA.ll. KKI.S-KY.
As Ancillary Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
JAMKS CEZANNE KKI.SKY.
Decessed.
MEL doi.nsTElN
|.ine> for Maria B. Kelse>.
lAnolUnm Executrix
116-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious names of
FARR TOl'RH and PARR TolRS ft
TRAVEL SERVICE. nl JJU colUim
Ave.. Miami Beaeh, tin., and R63K CoJ-
llns Ave., Miami Beach, Ma..
to register said names with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida.
v..MSUJJ'I(' i2R1"ORAT10N, Owners
sill. ION A FR1EDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Be/bold Uldg.
7/i--i-i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LEGAL NOTICI
FLORIDA
COUNTY.
MARY K.
vs.
ARTHUR
IN ANO FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No. 1706*3
Hi'HI'l.TZ, Plaintiff.
JOSEPH Si'HII.TZ.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ARTHUR Josi'.l'H HCHULTZ
IS46 Math, ws Avenue
Bronx, fit*- York
You are hereby notilled that a Hill
of Complaint for IMvnrce has been
filed against you, and yoji are re'tuir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorn, v. HENRY M.
CAIN, and die the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the-, clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
9th day of August. I'd If vou fall
to do so, judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill ol Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/DRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tola 7th day of July. A.D.
ItH
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dad,- County. Florida
By M. C. QRKKN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for I'lalntlff
Mil West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.
7/9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170S00
WILLIAM T. tiflEEN, Plaintiff.
IN HA UHEEN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< I I.NDA UltKKN
4102 Walnut Street.
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
You, INI >.\ UREEN, aie hereby
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to (he
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. MANFoRD M. SWEKDI.IN,
Attorney at Us, Suite .'.47. Sev hold
Building, Miami, I>ade County, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
Jnd day of August. 195*. If you fall
to do so. lodgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complain},
This notice shall he published once
each week foi four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH H-ORIIHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of June, A.D.
1*34.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
nerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Klorlda.
By WM. W. STOCK I NO
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
KANFi>RI> M. SWERDLlN
Attorney for Plaintiff
547 Ke.vlK>|d Building. Miami. Florida
7/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
|N COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ne. 3067SB
ESTATE OF
i'.KNE HNE. Deceased
riCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
TICE is hereby given that I have
ni) final report and petition for
I Discharge aa Ancillary Exeeu-
of the estate, of EUGENE FINE.
used; and that on the 10th day of
i>t. is:,!, will apply to the Honor-
County Judges of Dude County,
hda, for approval of said final re-
and for final discharge as An-
ry Executrix of the estate ol
c line, deceased.
his .ml day of July, 19r>4.
JEAN FINE
.TON A. I'KIEJVMAN
nej tor Ancillary Executrix
I l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' tli.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
II B II Co., st Ml S W. 22nd St.,
Miami. Fla., Intend to i >- I
name ith the Clerk of the Circuit of
Dade County. Florida.
MAX HAMBl'ROER
LA PR \ II \ Ml:TRUER
ROBERT SHELDON HAMBL'ROER
SIDNEY EFRON80.N
Attorne) for Applicants
TM Blacayna nidg.
7/l-23-SO 8/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DOC'S BAR, at 761 N.W, 62nd Btreet,
Miami, Dade County. Ha., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TED PAWLAK
MARJOR1E M. PAWLAK
HENRY M caIN
Attorney for Applicant
2518 W Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
7/2-9-16-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171008
KH1RLEY K. tiOl.HIN. Plaintiff
vs.
IRV1NO col.HIN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IRVING UOLDIN
<-<. I"at Ooldln
607 N. Spa Hiding
ls Angeles 36. Calif.
You aie hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against vou, and you are requir-
ed to serve ooKyof your An**.i or
'leading to the Bill of Complaint ,,n
.intlff's Attorney. ALFRED P
NKSBITT. 6749 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach. Florida, and file ehe original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 2?th If you fail to do so. Judgment in de-
fault will lie taken against you for
the relief demanded In th* Bill of
Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 19th day of July. A.D.
LEGAL NOTICE
I" i.NK
Plorida,
i: B I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ALFRED K NKSBITT
6749 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for llaintiff
7/23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DOL'OLAS BAB, DOUOLAH SI'N-
1'ltlES, at I&M IViuglas Road. Miami.
Florlilvi. intends to rOElstei said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
NBAL DOYLE
HENRY M. CAJN
Attornoy for Apidlcant
Mil W. nag lei SI Miami
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UN Dtp FICTITIOUS
namTIBaw
IoTICE IS HEREBY ] undersigned, desiring to engage In
ness under the fictitious name of
BEE VYirSK.MK.NT Co. at 516
6th St., 51 la ml, Intend to regis-
iid name with the Clerk of the
ni Court of Dade Oo Hit) Florida.
JOSEPH KOC.AN'oVsKT
BERNARD KOOANOVSKY
liTo.N M. BEK1K1.
a > for Applicants
Flagler Hi.
16-2J-80
|NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'TICK is HEREBY (1IVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
Iness under the flctllloiis name of
Nl'Y K .II'VENILE FI'RNITI ItK
1560 Washington Ave. Miami
eh. intends to register said name
the Cletk of the Circuit Court of
c,iniy. Florida
EI.SA SoRlN. Owner
PK'K. SHAPIRO ar TRIED
prneys for Applicant
Lincoln IU.
16-23-30
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No 3322S-AI
In Re: ESTATE OK
K.MII. 7. COHEN,
a/k/a EM1L Zol.A COHEN.
a'k/a EMIL COHEN. Deceased
To All fYedltoni and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of EMU. /. COHEN, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date July 12. A.D. 1954.
HILDA COHEN.
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
EMIL Z. COHEN. Deceased.
MA1.V1N KNHI.ANDKR
Attnrnev for Executrix
7/16-23-30 8/6________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 170843
ROBE LILLIAN MEYER, a.k.a.
ROSE MEYER. Plaintiff.
ABRAHAM NATHANIELJfKTER,
a.k.a. ABRAHAM N. MEYER.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ABIt All AM NATHANIEL
51 EVER, a.k.a.
ABRAHAM N. MEYER.
39 Falrmotint Street
Norwich. Connecticut _,,__,_
YOU AlfK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint For Divorce
and For Other Relief haa been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copv of >our Answer to the
Bill of Cinplaml f.a Divorce ad hor
other Relief on the Plnlntlfrs At-
torneys. (IENKT (SKNKT. 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and
file the original Answer in ih office
of the Clerk of the Circuit i our. on
or before the 17th day of August Ittt,
or a Decree Pro. Confesao will be
entered against you
DATED at .Miami Beach, Florida.
this >'ds^or.,,,,v.v,:.j4Ki!MAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
D> It. II. RICE. JR.
(Sesll Deputy
7/16-23-30 /
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"TKE IS HEREBY OIVB.N that
iiiderslgned. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
IT EL PRODICTIONS. at 413 East
ado Drive, Miami Beach. Florida.
ids to register said name wfth the
Ik of the circuit Court of Dalle
gity. Florida
IICIIARD J. STERN, Sole Owner
116-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
DTK e IK HEREBY OIVEN that
inderslgned, ikeslrlaa to engage In
*"HP>sr the fictitious name of
* ARD-h. ,t 9 W. Flagler Street.
Florida, Intends to register
name with the (Vk of the Clr-
<0,'r' of Ds3le Wunty. Florida.
Blue"
M-M-SO
' J^Honer ^'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 170457
KSTKI.I.A DENKARD, Plaintiff
vs.
JOE C. DENNARI), Defendant
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: JOE C. DENNARI),
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 cony of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN,
823 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clark of too
Circuit Court oo or befora the 2nd
day of August, 1954.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Mh day of June. 1954.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By M C. OREEN.
'Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
823 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
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
ABLE BUILDERS' RENTAL E4JIIP-
5IENT. at 5410 N.W. J4th Avenue.
Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of l>ade County. Florida.
JOSEPH RABIN
ALBERT KREEDMAN
?OLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
If Beacon Boulevard, Miami, Fla.
Attomoyi for Registrants
7/23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KI.NITA FASHIONS, at T\:, tf.tr,
CStk stre.t, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dads County, Florida
TAl'BES, INC.
KoVNER MANNHEIMER
Axtorneyg for Taubes, Inc.
X/6-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY- No. 17^544
THOMAS UATTO, Plaintiff,
vo.
ALICE OATTO, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ALICE OATTO
3768 97th Street
Jackson Heights, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT1F
that BUI of Complaint for Divorue lias
been filed against you and you
liei.bi i. quired to serve a copy of
your Answer to the BUI of Compl
attorney. HAROLD
n Road. Ml
Beach, Florida, and file the oiig I
Answer on the office of the Clerl of
the Circuit Court, Dade County. F -
Ida, on or before the 30th day of July.
1954. otherwise said Bill of Comp
will he taken as confessed by yoi
DATED this 24th day ol June, .1.
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
Clark of Circuit Com i
By: R. H. RICE, JR
Deputy Clerk
7/2-9-16-23
on plaintiff's at tor
ROSEN, U5 I.ln.olr
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engai;
business under the fictitious nsm
DAVID ELECTRIC, at S N W
St.. .Miami. Intends to register I
name with the Clerk of the Cll
Court of Dade Count > Florida
DAVID J ZA NO WILL
7/2V3/> '*-1
nuhbs unucs ra,inivU3
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
business under the fictitious name of
PRUDENTIAL Mo It TO AGE *
REALTY INVESTMENT CO.. at 4*
M K 1st Ave.. Intendg to regi
said name with the Clerk of the I
cult Court of Dade County, Floi
DAVID FRIEDMAN
7/23-10 8/6-13____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL. HARDWARE ; PAINT
CO., at 1815-15 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Mi
ami Shores. Fla.. Intends to
said name with the Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JERoME s BLONDER
MILTON FRIEDMAN
Attornoy for Applicant
Seibold Bldg.
7/23-30 8/6-13
Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FtOR'OA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170768
1MJNALD E. WH.SON. Plaintiff.
IJLI.IAN B, WII^N. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LILLIAN II WILSON.
Nipper sink Manor
ii.bm City. Wisconsin._____
TOU *aVe ftEREBT NOTIFIEr)
that a Complaint for Divorce, has Soon
filed against you. and you are BeTMJ
required to serve a copy of y<>ur
Answer to the Comntalnt on the
Plaintiffs attorney. MilLT<> N H.
RICHMOND, at Building. Miami <-'h'7?fhe Rice
file the origins answer In the office
W lie Cisft T the Clrcolt Court .
or btUe^Aug,- 1* 9*f-J$
9m. slleaaOoaai ef sgld rJJ*?M* wm
will b. Uken a. ?!#&*%<.
Clerk, Circuit Couf*
By* Ifi H. niOnJ. JR.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 170703
GENERAL MORTOAOE COMPANY,
a Florida corporation, Plaintiff,
vs.
I.IHIS BRoW.V, et si.. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To l.ol'is BROWN, also known as
LEWIS Bin iW.N. and
ELIZABETH M. BROWN, his
wife. 1983 Sedgewlck Avenue,
Bronx r,3. New York.
If living, and If said named D-
fendants be dead, the heirs, de-
visees, legstees, creditors, as-
signees, llenors, and all parties
claiming by, through, under, or
against said named Defendants
who may hie deceased, and any
and all persons having any right.
claim or Interest through said
named Defendants. __
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit haa been filed against you
In the above styled court to foreclose
a mortgage, rocorded In Mortgage
Rook 2475. Pag* 12. of the Public
Reoocdo of Dade County. Florida, en-
cumbering the following described
property, to-uit _______
I.o. S, In Block 7. of WEST
IAWN, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Putt Book
97' Page 3. of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida.
and you are hartby required to serve
a copv of vour answer or other plead-
ings on Plaintiffs Attorney. HENRY
M (IAIN, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before th* 16lh day of August
I9.-.4, otherwise, the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken as confessed
'DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8th
(toy of July, IMIj .. .,
. E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court
By: WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Mlg West Plaster Street
Mlsml. Fls.
7/16-23-30 /*________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
hi & U 1 A \A/
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under- the fictitious name of
AMAPOLA FURNITURE MANU-
FACTl'RINO CO. (not Incorporated),
at 1003 S.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Fla..
Intends to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SANFORD E. EMERMAN. Sole Owner
OOLDMAN A OOl.DSTKIN
39 Beacotn Boulevard. Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Registrant
7/2-9-16-23 ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the under-lKiied, desiring to engst:
business under the fictitious nani
C .- S REALTY I'll, .it numb.i
Michigan Avenue In the city of
anil Reach, Florida, Intend i" ref
the said name with the Clerk of Ci*
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
Dated at Miami Beach, Honda, this
r.th Day of July, l!> i
HYMA.N I'll M'.NER
SOLOMON BIEUEL
7/23-30 K/6-13________________________'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173375
MARY FRANCES NEBLNOER,
Plaint OBOROE EAGER NEBINGER,
Ilefei
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO OEORQE RAQER NEBl.NOI. I
lost Office Box 211
R. D. 2, Carlisle. I'eiinsvlvan
Vou are hereby notified that h '
of Complaint for Divorce lias been fil-
ed against you. and you are required
M serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
ihv plaintiff's Attorney. EDWARD B.
RESNICK. 235 Lincoln Road. Miml
Beach. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before Hie 2nd day of August, 19*4.
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PAGE 2 + t*.utnrrkfian FRIDAY, IULYW Alarm Voiced of Hate Sheets in Mails by the taxpayers Devoting By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA him Mr. research on .Stephen S. Wise. ThereforeMr. creased dream !" lent J*• P !" | > )f ((( ^ Vnt.oal problem. Goif said, "In view of the obvious paganda through tne mans. | Millenson did extensive rcsenrc intent to reflect injuriously upon He said "the deep ""• co ""j behalf of Rep. Javits. While anxiWASfflNGTON—Two Congress-1 ne character of ,h e individual cern of the country with (ongresfor a solutjo „ i Mr Millenson men, a Democrat and a Republi-, named thjs card was ne id t0 be M onal investigations of OWW" |n ^. that it must be in accord can, are so alarmed by the increas ing mailing of anti-Semitic propaganda that they are trying to determine if the Government can keep such agitation out of the mails. Rep. Samuel N. Friedel, Baltimore Democrat, and Rep. Jacob K. Javits. New York Republican, were movedto action by the rising tide of hate tracts in the mails. Both non-mailable under the provisions n ism and sulm-rsi-m. and the pro^ |(h cons( i tut ional principles, of Section 36.4 (B), Postal Law* and Regulations of 1948, U S Code, and the Postmaster was so advis tests against the excesses in Mth investigations, appear to be giving hatemongers and bigots the opportunity they have sought to parade their (Propaganda) ed." Postal authorities indicated they were aware of the recent increase Under lbs gm-c <>f participation in in bulk mailings of anti-Jewish the anti-C'nmmuni>t struggle." matter even before Rep. Friedel | Rep j av ,t s submitted to the Post called it to their attention. While office Department, through a they could and did act in the case i House resolution of inquiry, cerare mindful, however, of constitu-i 0 f the Detroit postcard because of a]n sprclUc questions. They a-ked tional guarantees protecting free-1 regulations pertaining specifically | about ,,, n particularly objectionand aggression, should gsii mitted to divert is so as to cover for hate prop aKandi| uted or transmitted hrou ^ mails. To prevent such < t *Z of the deeply anti-(ommuniZi ings of the people by ufo ists is an equally vital internal security." dom of the press and of speech. A printed postcard arrived at Rep. Friedel's office from a group calling itself "Christian Political Action." The postcard bore the to postcards, there is nothing they can do legally to restrict even the basest racism from going out through other classes of mail. Even if the department could crack headline: "Communism is Jewish.", down, the officials admit it is ques It said: "Look what savage Judaism has produced in Russia Jews are stealthily foisting Communism on the Christian people of America just as they forced it on the Christian people of Russia." Rep. Friedel sent the postcard to the Postmaster General to determine if it was lawfully mailable. Because it originated in Detroit. Mich., the Detroit Postmaster was alsfe concerned. Postal authorities studied the question very' carein Uv tionable whether they would do so because of constitutional freedoms able publications which have emerged throughout the country. They included many previously listed by major Jewish organizations adefamatory Associated with Rep. Javits on this issue is his expert administrative assistant. Rov H. Millenson. permitting the widest range in exand s udied pression of ideas. However, in the case of pro-Corn-' 'he tactics by which anti-Semitic munist propaganda, a sentiment I material enjoys and exploits mail-1 exists for bypassing the Bill of mg privileges indirectly financed!^ Rights in order to suppress CornMr Millenson feels protection of free speech does not necessarily mean that we should not define | criminal libel for what it is. or that j we should not prohibit the use of, the mails in cases where incitement to prejudice threatens the very foundation of our society. The Javits resolutions propose that the Postmaster General provide the facts, and that an investigation be conducted by the House Committee on Post Office. Rep Javits summed up the .situation in a statement to the House. He said: The deep concern of the country with internal security and Communist infiltration, subversion, DAY WORKERS I U .,< ,., Hetel MOMS • Perttrt Celered Ma l i s -fin Tie*"*" ThM hi Priv.tt n twm ACE EMPLOYMENT **• Chaeo to tT>lyi, DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC I RELIABLE DAY WORKIftjl A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE I7N. E AL H* Slr.et PhMM MEIDENBEBQ. 0*r! •VW^^>^>^<' munism. This was indicated when I legislation was recently introduced by Rep. Katherine St. George. New York Republican. The St. George bill would deny second and third class mailing privileges to Comgartt/itete PfST CONTROL 3 VENETIAN NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME (Ferawrty Deealas Wa n ing Us BIS) CONVALESCENTS — INVALID* — CHRONIC AGED REGISTERED NURSES — 24-HOUR NURSING CARE Spsfci.l Diets Strictly Ofceenred 1408 N.E. BAYSHOM PIACI ( %  etwees Veaetioa A MtArthur Ci TELEPHONE 9-7640 Mr. Bad Mrs. Nathan K. SeecUr, DirttUn | Abe McGregor Goff. Chief Solimunists mailing propaganda. Rep. r Q £ I Inp r*t Iko I> I 11.*,.... h,.n .. Si Cwft\T0ft V4 .... aHvispH and :.l.l. i) -_S %  !" St. George was advised and aided by the Post Office Department. Rep. Javits has introduced a number of bills, none of which has ever emerged from the committee. to curb the dissemination by mail of libels against religious and racial groups. It is Rep Javits' Mew that "our attention is being held by the effort to expose Comunists and subversives and root them out of key positions. While this is going on. the lunatic fringe on the Dr. William M. Schift. Miami, right wing is having a field day. INSPECTION citor ot the Post Office Department, reported to Rep. Friedel that "there is no postal law forbidding the mailing of matter directed against a particular race or religion, or religious group, per se." But the officials had noticed that the card defamed the late Rabbi Dentist Attends Training Course in Maryland ORKIN Call 2-1776 Mimbt, at S'noi frith has been chosen by the East Coast Dental Society to attend a government-sponsored training course at Olney, Md., on dental problems created by a possible atomic attack. He left Tuesday, spending three days at the Army facility, where experts will instruct dentists from all parts of the country Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, East Coast Society president, said Dr. Schiff will confer on his return with other members, with civil defense officials and members of the Dade County Medical Association on details of the training course. Under the cover of anti-Commun ism, it is transmitting a newly-inS. el. Freed ma %  & M. lOpliiin HEBREW BOOK ROBS 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth ^ts. H.braw RaUgfcMM Supplies Pee Irnapogue* and Use. 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PAGE 6 Johnston Mum on Dispute With Syria WASHINGTON (JTA) — Ambas j sador Eric Johnston today made it j clear that, while interested in the general development of the Jordan ( River waters for the benefit of Israel and the Arab countrirhe is taking no stand on the Israel Syrian dispute over the diversion of the Jordan waters at the Bnot Yaacov bridge. The dispute is now being handled by the United Nations. •Many article.-.'' Ambassador Johnston said in a statement, "have appeared in newspapers and magazines, both here and abroad, re-' fleeting the fine public interest in | these developments. Some of the, things being said, however, are Fwman Named Range Officer Nathan Furman will act as range officer for the 23rd time at, the International Pistol Shoot to be held in Teaneck. N.J.. on August 19. 20. 21 and 22. The meet is sponsored by the New York Mirror and the Teaneck Police. Furman, an International Patrol Guard for the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association, has been in Miami for over three yean He lives with hiwife. May. in Coral Gables. highly speculative For example I have just seen where 1 have been quoted as agreeing that the waters of the Jordan Rived must be used (,nly with the Jordan basin—which happens to be incorrect. %  While I cannot comment on all these speculations, of course. I would like to say that I made it clear to both Arab and Israel negotiators that the Bnot Yaacov question is receiving United Nations consideration and is entirely outside my competence I have made no statement concerning it except to explain just that.'" Asked what he is now doing to move forward with his proposals for Jordan Valley development Mr Johnston stated: "At present our activity is largely in the technical field. Our engineers are making new analyses of the engineering information on hand, and are collecting new data for u>e when negotiations are renewed." He said no definite time has been set for his return to the Near Ea-t. but made known he expects to return within a few monthgeant alarms: Rabbi Boris Rackov ,kv. honorary chaplain; Abe HorrowiU. 1 Samuels and Irvine Wacks. trustees. Initiation of new members, de-j Commltlee n chsrge of the afdication and presentation of post {w |nc | udes Horrowitz. chairman, colors to North Miami Beach Post f Lampert. Sheeter. Makran Wmr Vetermm* f Initiate Member* skv. Seymour Miller, Norton Lett, Irving Moss and Wacks. colors .-"•••• No 682 Jewish War Veterans of the United States will be held on Sunday evening. August 1st at \£7?7^Ts£* iSS CheTm Kadiaha Will "SL~ of new members w,„ Hdd Pofel.C Meeting be conducted by state commander | Greater Miami (hevra Kadisna Daniel Neal Heller Presentation of wl || hold a public mass meeting color* will be handled by the State on Tuesday evening, July 27, 8 Guard of Honor p.m at Beth El Congregation, acReDresentatives nf all veterancording to an announcement this organizationof Greater Miami, as week by Nathan Ginsburg. presiudl acitv officialof North Mident. Jewish cemetery officials and Greater Miami undertakers have FRIDAY. TUTY £ ] Kaeiaba has also institute | |of weekly radio talks, and newspaper advertiiJ^J cussing "the proper ftnj of the deceased according ish law." dTii Beach, have been invited to at tend the ceremoniena me cerrnionii-.-. oreaicr siiaou uuut, <-•.> •-.. Dr Morton H Zi-k. member of beeri invited to attend the functhe Post, is donor of the colors. | tj on which will present outstandRabbi Henry Okolica. of North jng )(K a | leaders as guest speakDade Jewish H-nter. and Rabbi Al-! ers Also invited to attend were fred Waxman, state chaplain and congregation presidents and spirMumi Jci-h Center spiritj jtual leaders. ual leader, will officiate j The organization recently launchOfficers are Bernard holoff.! pd a program here to educate the commander: Irving Steinberg^ sen-1 cofnmunity about the laws and lor vice president: Daniel Sales. ntuals of la>( rj(es Ginsburg ex junior vice commander: Lester | ned Eagle, adjutant: Marty Shachat.! F m ^ mm judge advocate: Sidney Sheeter. In conjunction with its Sisterouartermaster; Ralph Lampert. hood. Chesed Shel Ernes. Revve chaplain: Jules Makransky. serGoldberg, president, the Chevra NOW •BOA* i %  i• *•• Can All Tk toM T* *t *TTHOfT Glnln A Ouaoe. DOCTORS RECOMME* SUGARINE FOR DIABFT1CS. 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JULY, 1954 -Jmlst fhrkikm PAGE 9 'ersonally Speaking — ind Mrs. Edward Scharcr, st Hills. Long Island, N.Y., ing entertained by Mrs. •s parents. Rev. and Mrs. Lehrer. 1553 SW 7th at., [on their two-week vacation r # to to and Mrs. Robert Trope, of |99th st., formerly of West each and Virginia, are now it Miami Beach residents. to -to -to Padower, of 2270 SW 23rd (ami. oil feted by 24 friends 18th birthday Sunday at 6n Park. The son of Mrs. Padower, Philip is a Miami High School graduate and -NT the Illinois Institute of )logy in September. £ -to bi and Mrs. Simon April, of KW 11th st., have returned ( Iheir vacation in the North,. they attended the graduate their son, Samuel, from (a University in New York. le to Miami, they visited ton-in-law and daughter, Mr. Jrs Herbert Blumcnthal, Sa. Ga. ft -to -to and Mrs. Harry I. Surloff, ; here June 30, have re\: from a two-week wedding t.d are at home at 7820 Byron Iiami Beach. While North, ouple visited Mr. Surloff's Iter and son-in-law, Mr. and Milton Zlotnik. of Pittsburgh, Columbus, O., they were of Mrs. Surloffs sister and -in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben to -to -to fcationers at Edgewater Manor, crsonville. N.C.. include Canid Mrs. Samuel Kelemer, Miss Klein, Mr. and Mrs. P. Fried, Jeannette Friedman, Mrs. D. bt-rt and family and Mr. and Nat Neederman and family. i: tor -to and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of ISW 13th ct., left Monday to |i ..itchildren and grandchil[ln Cleveland Heights. While Mr. Friedman will mark his [ birthday. ft -to and Mrs. Myron Zeientz. of kide. are on a three-week monur through Canada with their liters, Susan and Judy. ft ft f. Bori.s Pritcher left Sunday vacation trip, after appear>ih Claire Luce and Luther in "Time of the Cuckoo" at i.itmore Playhouse, ft to \ tinners at Osceola Lake Inn, jiersonviUe. N.C., include Mr. 1 Niivy In truck's Their Vacation and Mrs. ktasi Meyers, of Dl Island. Mmnai JJeach. are now ti'.nine in Helsinki. Finland. "ii tn thr.Jtaysian border, layers this iw'tf'jrjirirtrd that lad viewed a part of the Red n an exhibition visit in Hel[t.e hammer and sickle proudi.es, but the people waiver in insecurity." they said. lording %M(. and Mrs. Meyjdeep resentment towards Ger-| ky exists throughout the Scanh.nn countries. "Jews of gen|ins in residence were uprootMjd sent to destruction during I German invasion of Norway." H' Helsinki community of half jillion includes some 2.000 Jews. fc Meyers, who is an attorney and a member of the Dade p'y School Board, will actively f ipate in this year's eonven"f the International Women's Association. She is president |h;.t organization. arkey and Israel are the next on the couple's itinerary >L'Eh Europe and the Near and Mrs. Bennie Auerbach and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Jack A lion and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sunshine, Mr. and Mrs. H. Navidor Philip Siegel. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hill and son, Mrs. Ethel Curson, Allen Curson, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Wenig and family, Mrs. H. Iteld, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Max Wasserman, Mr. and Mrs. George Antine and son, Mr. and Mrs. Newton J. Fassler and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. Man dell and son. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Abraham and daughter, Judy, and Mr. H. Steinberg. •to -to -to Mark Balsam is visiting his father, Milton Balsam, of North Miami Beach. 'Candle Light' is Brisk Comedy "Candle Light" and two of, Broadway's scintillating stars —I Signe Hasso and WUUam Langford — opened at Miasai's Biltmore Playhouse before a full house I Tuesday night. The .play proves to be another one of the entertaining modern comedies producer' Sam Hirsch has been presenting in the current summer series. The play is the seventh in the current schedule. Miss Hasso is delightful in the harlequinade of mistaken identities, and makes the most of the impish wit supplied by P. G. Wodehouse. 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The Home is moving to a new location because of the recent fire that completely destroyed the old building. "The new location has been vacant for a year and was in need of a good cleaning," the committee trio explained. Hillel. BBG arrived on the spot and spent the day sweeping and mopping floors, dusting, vacuuming, making beds, putting the clothes away and cleaning the many books and bookcases. Girls who participated are Paula Sternfield, Roz Hirsch, Rena Halbstein. Ros Russakoff, Joan Hoistein. Marsha Rose, Marsha Lazar, Bonnie Mooney, Judy Weiss. Noney Lesser, Helen Kessler, Louise Srednick. Arlene Franzblau and Joan Bierman. Yiddish Program A Yianisn program, conducted by Louis Gross, will be heard Sunday morning, July 25. 11 a.m.. over station WMIE. Scheduled is a discussion by Gross of the Indo China peace talks and their relation to Arab-Israel tensions in the Near East. Joseph Birnbaum, an nouncer, will speak on the Portion of the Week. Cemetery Plan Revealed Temple Sinai of Hollywood this week announced that its board of directors has concluded arrangements for a plan with,regard to purchasing plots in Mount Sinai Cemetery. Chairman of" the committee is Hayy Stadler. Rabbi to Speak Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will speak over station WWPB on Sunday morning. July 25, at 9:45 a.m. His topic will be 'The Tongue of Israel," commemorating the works of two great Jewish leaders, Dr. Theodo'r Herzl, founder of modern Israel, and Cnaim Nachman Bialik, Hebrew poet. New Association Dr. Ronald J. Mann this week announced his association with Drs. William K. Boros and Herman Cohen for the practice of general ] medicine. Effective on August 1, | the physicians will maintain offices at Edison Center Medical 1 Clinic, 674 NW 62nd st., Miami. Rabbi Invited to View Reservists in Training Rabbi Max Shapiro was this week among 12 Greater Miami businessmen, clergymen, news executives and civic leaders invited to fly to Fort Jackson, S.C., for a look at Miami reservists in summer training. Invitations were extended by Lt. Gen. Alexander R. Boiling, commander of the Third Army in Atlanta. The Air Force plane leaves Miami International Airport at 7 a.m. Friday and will return here about 5 p.m. the next day. The group will inspect training in the Third Army Adjutant General's School being operated for the third consecutive summer by the staff of the Army Reserve School in Miami. John Behney, Eve Tellegan, Stickler W. Pollock and Irv West all turn in splendid performances. The sixth play of the series, "Time of the Cuckoo," closed a two-week run Sunday night. 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LY. JULY 23. 1954 *Jewist> ftorkUnn PAGE 11 ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY IETH JACOB CONGREGATION III bold Friday evening services 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning vices are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha 111 be at 6:43 p.m., followed by lalos Seudos. Rabbi Moses Meseloff will discuss the Weekly prtion. Daily services are at 7:30 m. and 6:45 and 7:10 p.m. • • IMIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND 3NGREGATION will hold Friday ening services at 6:45 p.m. Satjay morning services are at 9 i. Rabbi Simon April will disl ss the Weekly Portion. A class Ifishna is at 5:30 p.m., followby Mincha and Shalos Seudos. lily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 45 p.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONCRETION Will hold services Friday ight at 6:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Si on Rubin, of New York City, will ficiate Saturday morning at 8:30 in. There will be a Talmud class nducted by Rabbi Rubin at 5:45 in Mincha is at 6:45 p.m. Maarwill follow at 7:15 p.m. Cantor Ibraham Seif will render the urnal portion of the service. • • • |BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION I hold Friday evening servioes 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning rrvices arc at 9 a.m. Class in \ Perek will be conducted by H. Eisenberg at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTS* will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will preach on the I sermon topic: "Rebirth of LanI guages." An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Services on Saturday morning will begin at 8:45 a.m., with Rabbi Abramowitz officiating. His | sermon topic will be the Portion of the Law. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and preaching on the topic: "What Makes Herzl Immortal." Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus, officiating. %  • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Murray R. Apfelbaum, president, officiating and presenting the principal address. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the miiira' oortinns of


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)AY. JULY 23. 1954 -JenlstiftcrAflor) PAGE 5 erusalem Residents Show Pluck Continued from Pooo 1 ,incenist Appreciation' jram Scheduled Sunday ii.nni Beach Israel Zionist Diswill sponsor a "Zionist Appre|i.m Program" on Sunday, July lover radio station WWPB, acini it to Fred Jonas, president, jommencing at 9:30 a.m., the gram will feature music and M talks by Philip V. Salmon, ll attorney, and Judge Charles tier, membership chairman. jnas announced that the radio gram will be one phase of a ulened educational drive con|leH by the Zionist district to jaiat the general public with [aims and purposes of the Zionnovement. if they coujd return to their homes. They didn't moan or feel victimiied; with a feeling of importance, each of them gave his version of how-it had all started. The sturdy 1 year-old who the previous evening picked up the stone which had landed close by him and had sent it flying back whence it came (up to the big wall) felt like the hero of the day. But in other parts of the country people were really upset. There was a long delay on inter-urban calls because so many were booked, and some Tel Avivians "braved the fighting" and came up to the capital to "rescue" children of friends and relations. This reporter received six calls from Tel Avivians


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IY, JULY 23, 1954 >J*H*J>t*r*+n N Truce Machine Apparently Stuck PAGE 3 By ARTHUR LEWIS JTA TED. NATIONS — There is f ;il;irm hare at the way in thd United Natiqns Truce ii-Kiii Organization in Paif is avoiding its duties and rebilities. Now that the Securuncil has demonstrated its to deal with the Palestine t, the truce supervision ortiun is the United Nations Ion which the burden of the armistice rests. But the pn being asked here is whethcapabie of supporting this [at least two occasions, the I organization has been un or unwilling to assess the [for the most flagrant viola sf the armistice agreements I have resulted in death and tied There is obviously someirong with the organization, would seem to be suffering he same "do nothing" malut grips the Security Counmonths now, the Security has had the Palestine disits agenda but done nothBut it. Whether it is the Sovor the vested interests of [hood oi the North Shore Center held its first sership tea of the sea3n Wednesday at the of Mrs. Ezra Feingold, North Biscayne Point Mrs. Jerry Sussman [in charge of reservacfc un. W>. 58-7M1 ttsuw •LUI ROOM l*"n>MM*fMil the Western Powers in the Middle Eastwhatever the reason, it pre fers not to deal with the issue but to leave it in abeyance. The fira time that the truce organization refused to make a judgment was over the Scorpion Pass massacre. Although the general public in the United States and elsewhere was quite sure in its own mind that Jordanians shot up the bus. the UN body did not have enough proof to say who was guilty. The tracks ended on the Jordanian border, but that was not enough circumstantial evidence for it. However, this was not such a dereliction of duty as that which occurred over the Jerusalem shooting incident. In that case. General Bennike, the chief of staff of the Truce Supervision Organization, Food Fair, Motels Award Vacations Food Fair Stores and the Greater Miami Beach Motel Association have joined hands to promote more local vacation business with the slogan, "Your Best Vacation Value is Close to Home at a Miami Beach Motel." Free weekends will be awarded in 15 of the chain's South Florida stores for the next six weeks to acquaint local residents with the vacation values being offered by the association's members, motels on the ocean between Haulover Park and Golden Beach. A total of 30 winners each week will be guests at the motels and will be given free supper snacks at Pumpernik's. Contestants must go to one of the Food Fair stores in Coral Gables, Southwest Miami, Northeast Miami or Hialeah and guess the number of beans in a large jar in a display showing the motels in the store's meat department. The contestant each week who comes closest to the number of beans actually in the jar will receive a free weekend for two. The motel group and the food stores hope through this method to make Joca! residents more conscious of (he inexpensive and enjoyable vacations available here in South Florida. simply threw up his hands and said that it was impossible to find out who fired the first shot. He was not able to do this despite the fact that he had the inhabitants of a whole city as witnesses. There is a suspicion here that this refusal to say who is to blame is a matter of policy and not just due to the fact that the organization cannot find out who the culprits are. General Bennike practically told the Mixed Artnistiee Commission this when he annunced that he could not tell who had started the Jerusalem shooting. He suggested a new procedure for the commission whereby the usual condemnatory resolutions would not be offered by either the Israeli or Jordanian delegates. Such an attitude on the part of the head of the Truce Supervision Organization is an extraordinary one to say the least It is as if a chief of police were to be taken to the scene of the crime, shown the body, and after viewing it, say that he could not tell who had committed the murder and he did not intend to find out. The Truce Supervision Organization can be compared with a police force as its main function is to investigate any violations of the armistice agreements and determine who is responsible for it. In a way, the organization is the guardian of the Palestine armistice. There have been moves to strengthen it, but they make little sense, if it refuses to perform its functions and does nothing like the Security Council. 6 Coffee Shop Popular Prices ITS SMART TO SEE THE m£A&0H4?|t7 iCVS IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 BISC BLVD 26th and Collins Compltltly Air Conditioned I0SIII RESTAURANT A DELICATESSEN A B hW s as t* f $ rh m u to Dining Pfassara Casstalete 7 Cssrss Dinners (fret Wis, Saltier and Kaishos) tram $1.50 DelicattiitH t# Tsfct HoitM 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY NAIL MIAMI BEACH Optn Daily 11 a.m. to t p.m. Saturday 5 p.m. to t p.m.


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PAGE 4 Published avery Friday sine* 1W7 by tha %  •''•" F rridian at 12C N. E $.Kth Street. Miami E-tired at second-class ma'ter July 4. 130. at tr. Poit C'flea-ot Miami. Fla.. undar tha Act of March X. lr The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish U ty a-d the Jewish Weekly. Member ot the J*' h ^e JGraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Wertd de Newa Service. National EditJrUI Association. Arner. :in Association ol English.Jewish Newspapers. Fienda F-ess Association. ^^^ >Awh!J&&&L= tfJenist fieriJi^n -** OPnCE and PLANT -120 N. L ff h ^ Tfileohones 2-1141 — 2-tKU FRIDAY. JULY )e During The Week .. .*• i s Telephone TbeJe^r the Kmth o( the man* By LIO MINDLIN s u One Year ft A T E S tV Tw. V.ar. *5X FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 8 LEO MINDLIN News Editox Friday. July 23. 1954 Tammuz 22. 5714 Number 30 "Dteintoretii>d a Diplomacy Iraqi Chief of Staff Gen. Mohammed Arif was recently decorated by the United States with one of its highest military honors, the Legion of Merit. On the occasion of his visit to Washington several weeks ago. General Arif was praised by the Defense Department in an official citation. He was transported by specially reserved :ary aircraft to various Armed Force _s'cllations. In brief, our government and many o! its :al spokesmen went out of their wc. z-y him their respects. This came at a time when the State Department announced that Israel would get no more Foreign Cp3:a::or.s funds dttring the current year. I: followed hard or. the heels of our failure to speak up at the UN in the matter of Nahc the Scorpion Pass — assacre. Genercl Arif was entertained here even as Washington revealed new loans to his cc ns well cs to Jordan ar.d Other Arab states cr.d when Moslem ihella were falling on Jemem. John Foster Dulles, Henry Byroade and P:es. dent Eisenhower ey can not u.-.ne: stand the reason for continued unrest in the Near East. They have gone so far as :c scy that American Jewish opinion is prejud. against the Administration whose primary concern is disinterested peace. General Mohammed Arif served with the Nazis during World War II. Assured that Hitler would win in Europe, he followed the lead of ether Arab nations and supported the Faerie! Axis however possible. General Arif's government is in a period of suspended war with Israel, having failed to sign any armistice agreement. Perhcps some of these interacting elements can spell out for the Administration the reason for current tensions in the Near East and the part U.S. foreign policy plays in these tensions. Major Gen. Moshe Daycn. Chief of Staff of the Israel Army, arrived in the United States late lest week. He has been "granted" permission to visit certain military installations and advised to travel by commercial airlines. General Dayan is to pay for his reservations and accommodations wherever he goes. Our concern for "disinterested peace" is certainly net augmented by disinterested diplomacy. GLAD TO KNOW YOU BETTIR Author'lv I ndcriiiincd? ON bajo M Gen. Vaan Bennike is c harassed : day. No one that he holds one o! tr.e meet c.fficult and .::. rewarding positicns the irorid aace organise? non has to fill. Under these circu—stsr.ces. we can understand that General Bennike should want td maintain strict neutrality in the matter of attempting to enforce the regulations of the 1948 armistice agreement between Israel and the signatory Arab nations. But the sort of decisions and prJrtually arbitrary rulings that have come from the Mixed Armistice Commission in conjunction with him leave much to be desjed. OrI>Bch occasion' of a border violation Genercl Bennike has been ben: on disbelieving Israel. The Scorpion massacre resulted m one of the most horrendous actions that have come out of the Near East since the War of Liberation. With the Arabs and Jews hung in a 1 to 1 vote, the General abstained on the basis of "lack of evidence." despite the fact that the massacre represented a clear cut Arab infraction of the Israel border. The United Nations truce chief last week again failed to fix responsibility for the "Jerusalem war." giving the same reason. Dr. Walter Eytan. director general of Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is right in saying that the mobility of the UN to stay the Arabs from their consistent violation of the armistice can only undermine the moral authority of the world peace organization A Republican Speaks 1'p A Republican leader this week spoke up, criticizing the Administration's Foreign Aid program. He is Senator William Longer, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Senator Longer started with first things first. This practice of touching on fundamentals, it seems to us. is unfortunately a thing of the past: the march of contemporary history includes so many swiftly changing international friendships. But the Senator pointedly reminded his colleagues that Egypt, for example, failed to come to its own defense when Erwin Rommel marched his legions on Cairo and Alexandria during World War U. He also referred to the Israeli rout of Egyptian forces when the Jewish State fought for independence in 1948 In effect Senator Long, was „ Ae J^' t^^^^ State Department's dec. ~ J ^^to^the ^ oToTdTew^ papers he collects for this particular contnbuMmm i the Time An 11 -year-old youngster, of WUUamantic Connecticut this week announced hi. annual S25 gift to the local community s United Jew^h Appeal campaign. and other Arab nations in the campaign to contain Co mm unis m Our ostrich-like foreign policy involves seeing only what the Administration and its State Department hops to see; it refuses to take into account the lessons of past experience. Senator Longer* criticism at least tempers some of what he called the "ill-considered and childlike actions" of our government in Near Eastern affair.. It is to be hoped that his voice will soon be joined by others. What might g.ve u. all cauee 0 op and Uunk that philanthropy-rmnded Jackie Picket, descend, from a long line of Irh families. Our own Combined Jewish Appeal in MW continues the clean-up phase ff .£*£ paagn. Those of u. who hav not yet fulfilled heu pledge, may fmd this a mostor^nt ume to help CJAs many noble cau*T^ SENATOR HERBERT LfHMAN OP NIW YORK deliver* -, at .. meeting of Brandeis University Associates on commences, iun. 12. in Waltham. Massachusetts On that occasion he" couraaeoiisi) took the opportunity of criticizing the direction takni Senate investing committee, and their obvious disregard f„ r (ne rights of persons under interrogation At the beginning by impii^, and subsequently by intention. Senator Lehman attacked his cmie, from Wisconsin There is no longer time to be young, he told hisd Remarking that the world was far from bright and that "the fo, of fear and tyranny are rampant both within our land ami beyond \ shores, the Senator pointed to the forces of Communist imperil", standing at the gates of global conquer The reference to youth, as well as to the fact that time in entlv running out. had several implications. On the one hand the v, erable legislator told the university associates that the exijeno^j to contract the normal course of experience This m the new Brandeis campus, but it must also hold true fort he position of world leadership thrust uponi • demands unflinchingly acceptance whether it an d i to accept such responsibilities or not. pri --.ireresulting from rapid maturation .re ;,a bj the CommunW threat oversea* arirj problem with which Senator Lehman concerned himself. I"nnaai i harvest of panic and hysteria i> being re. I to the internal Red menace and thai Si • I r n the process of molding American (ear langer of subversion at home obfuscatea t.ir great?, rnal aggress i>n According to Senator Lehman, the t nate investigating committees and bj hi< njj n Wisconsin, who appointed himself chairman of lh-Pa ting Subcommittee, are mainly at fault SUCH FORTHRIGHT CHALLENGE BROUGHT TO nundrhe! Y rt iction on February' 2. 1954. when the Senate i ere I tion authorizing an appropriation of $214,000 forthet mittee emmenl Operations, of which McCarthy rman the year before Senator Lehman joined a number of in when he voted in favor of the appropriation For 11 I •* mdered about this move and several monthlater .kedl %  ic a few weeks ago. Senator Lehman wrote:' i i in believing that I was motivated b> my Igations, ii properly conducted, do tomeun important part in the legislative procedure of the ( ef: ••!•• > % %  natty futreated a sharp distinction betwe eeJB #4ject,.e '•! mitigating matters properly coming belH"p ted th >se tactics employed by the man who heeds the inq Traditionally the Seaat&aJDoks into many issues, for of recommending suhsequefrf4egislation. The Committee ment Operations is a duly constituted standing committee Its I Irons are provided for in American law. and its Jemdiclion has I. laid down yi the Congressioael Reorganization Act. "But." wrotej ator Lehman. "I would not wish to confuse my attitude toward i with my attitude toward general investigatory power.Toi hold all funds from a legally constituted committee fir the would furnish grounds for a plausible claim that the exercisf. of] proper functions had been sabotaged • ••••• TO DENY THE REOU8ST FOR FUNDS made by SenatL •ould virtually mean usurpation o; power from the Upper single legislator Indeed, the junior Senator from Wiscor bent on e-t-bli.shing a private tradition in that regard L., croachment upon the legitimate rights of the Baecutive—a he earned as a medieval favor of seeming treat and cour., the recent Army hearings—calls for the "simplest remedy." to Senator Lehman, a show of some old-fashioned spunk": part of the President This, he has thus far failed to manifestt. Administration lagging behind except in the matter of forme sloganinstead of policies and following in the wake of events f than anticipating them. The problem thus reduces itself to one which focuseattentmf a code of fair procedures that should be employed bv investigat committees to assure maximum respect for irtdividual freedom 1948. the then chairman of the House Un-American Activities Cor" tee told a protest, nH wtteemi The right, you have are the rigktstyou by this committee We will determine what rights you nawl and what right, you haven't got %  Without a set of rules. Se na(0 r Lehman said, citizens can be I poer.aed. harras>ed. abused, denounced and ruined. In addition, t rtK n if %e w Ue f rec, "* s His arch political enemy. Republic^ ^ann>. nas been making < .tensive use of a quotation from Abr*, Lincoln to refute the need o. such a code. The remark MtriDUtidl ne uvil War President emphasizes that if America is ever impe ne danger will come from within rather than from without Au. ~L? if onsm < '*ilator continue, here to indulge in halfirufc 1 macts himself even as he seeks historical vindication. Lincoln*'*' > hid L*" *" *' l,h regard to vigilantism and not subverm* edftor k^ ,0 ,^' raurder of %  Lovejoy. ""ding anU-slhtor killed in 1838 by Southern sympathizers at Alton. Illinois. is JL!I!!f? R>ti SEiM$ !" AT TMi Nf ED for a code dS*4 [lU^l"^J VeT The L,nco, wniark referred to sometklal Sw^roli-?^ 1 *" ^ m *" the • dbregard for to* f .( tbT^ d s f OSI,iwi ubstitute wild and furious passions ,*l gressLTaM J d m *f of "* courts That it fits the currrt ESS rt^ni 8-lTe P *' CT M we ^ *• int.m.orated into S. Res 256 cod natetv ,£ Jf ?? Md ,n,rod "ced to the Senate on June \V\ r ? erred 4 ^?, 0n ; 4** ,hat of ***" nd ^ s ot Vl _* me senate Rules Committee Ro'^C^mnu^ a >^ ,,i i i, t ^ el W %  ** unllkd f.J mount to nVrl.am .^* !" dwi re f • TbU iH ^Si^^S^Sn^^*KnowUnd and Jenner arejj "veto^resolu^^rmV^r^r^ ^ ^ ^ 1 fear !t V. ^ ""* of Uus: "> "fir deri" code is dee**! fnmTLrT iubv rs "*.* is not yet treaaooou. This paradox Prosen^^" reta,w >• ConueenUt Patty. M,



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IY. JULY 23. 1954 -JewirtfikrHm PAGE 13 |eral Dayan to Military Areas tinued from Peg* 1 ha>e' 1 he*fa reserved for :layan's reception in Wash"nas been viewed in contrast he more enthusiastic recent | n tendered to the Iraqi f Staff. Gen. Mohammed iho served-on the Nazi side World W"af n, when he Jpttted rn prorNan aulrtary ac1941. Gen. Arif was decor•h the U.S. Legion of Merit, by the Defense Departh an official citation, and rted by military aircraft. m received neither medal ial commendation and was to travel by commercial B. ilinncr tendered Gen. Day\mbassador Eban, Mr. By clcomed the General and id the hope that, apart immediate objectives of | to this country, his stay uld help to indicate the feelings of the American Top diplomatic and miliilitieS attended the dinfish Agency Gets rial Status :-iHnoetl from Page 1 ported to implement the ..it which, will be signed on f the Agency Jjy its coX n. Dr. Nahuin Goldmann 1 Locker. The plenary sesthe Agency executive will iiwrrow,. a day before the ^ hero of-fhe Zionist Actions t he supreme Zionist ttween, World Zionist Cony -nday's* session, the Jewish xecutive decided to recomi the Actions Committee next World Zionist Conh held next summer in JeruThe session discussed vari..ilgetary problems and the f:on of cultural and agriculrk. ich Federal fs Officers, iff Additions •taff members have been : %  the list of officers of the Beach Federal Savings and ociation, according to Sam |-cr. chief executive officers i tiiry-treasurer. Increased has necessitated the ad %  n t of the following, he Shurtz. vice president and an officer; Myron H. Willi"ivtant vice president and •lier; A. L. Brown, assistant r< Mdent and loan officer; Alr-lgie, assistant vice presi| r -• with the Miami Beach f>for 13 years. Sarokin aswith the opening of the Shore Branch in 1952. and ,n manager since that time. mg the six months period June 30, the Miami Beach [ %  Savings and Loan Associa• ported as being "the largpancial institution in Miami According to Becker, hasI at a high peak "and the J>id easy money policy nawill make for greater ac1 Miami Beach Federal." officers elected Tuecday Ere with the present officers Association: Baron deHirsch President; Sam R. Becker, |t"e vice president and sec Mreasurer; Leonard L. Abess, |rMdent; and W. George Kenp-ce president. Crovitt to Head Gables Zionist Group Daniel Cravitt has been elected president of the Coral' Gables Zionist District. Named vice presidents at the recent election meeting were Abe Hurewitz, Harold Shapiro and Harold Simon. Other officers are Meyer Fine, financial secretary; Morey Rayman, recording secretary; Manuel Barkin, treasurer; and Sidney Sanders, corresponding secretary. Board of directors include Oscar Burstein, Max Friedson, Wilbur Friedson, Mrs. Al Levick, Thagdore Rubel and Mrs. Morris Simon. ~T Kimmel Gets Scholarship Markowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Rachel Markowitz, formerly of 130 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, will take place on Sunday, July 25, at 2 p.m., on the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Markowitz is survived by her husband. Louis; four sons, Abe, of Fort Lauderdale, and Harry, Isadore and Ben. of Miami; arid twW daughters, Mrs: Harry Fisher. Miami, and Mrs. Herbert May, Hollywood, Fla. She also leaves 13 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. p.m., at Mount Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Levy is survived by his wife, Anne; a son, Bertram A.; and a daughter, Mrs. June B. Adler. He also leaves one grandchild. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Arthur Kimmel, -ton of Mr and T ,.„„ TT,-,„:i:_— Mrs. Harry Kimmel. 3340 SW l^S Lev Y Unveiling ., has been awar^d a letlow>hijf I The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Levy, formerly of 849 West ave., will take place Sunday, July 25. 2 ed the Master of Art* decree last June. for a year's study at"HheLnivpfr 1 sity of Aix-en-Preveaee, Franfi; near Marseille Kimmel received t£f AB degftt from the University, ,of Miami Ml 1953. He worked as graduate assistant in the university's French Department for a year and recelwFOR RENT fi aadrasi mi efficiency N*t Mtr S n W m i M4 kt [*'• i. S.lifer, 1S21 J.W. .8. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COUftT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No, 1710M MAX MKIH1EBOW and GT8HIE Mi:i;i:i:..\v. hlM Wife, CI.,iiiilff, A LICK si.Moxs JOHNSTON, a hliiKlt\mm:in. 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Flprldi T/Z3-1U — S/S-U Mrs. Meyers Named School board member and Miami Beach attorney Anna Brenner Meyers has been named among 178 Greater Miami lawyers to standing committee posts of the Florida Bar Association, according to an announcement this week by Darrey A. Davis, president of the association. Mrs. Meyers will share with Federal Judge John W. Holland duties on the American citizenship committee. Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (in English) For Home or Gift SOUTHWHT IITTW SHTMCI Mimeofcaphiog — Typkift 2347 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-5532 URANIUM STOCKS THE NtW SOURCE Of WEALTH Call or writ* for free booklet Frank L. Edenfield & Co. (not Inc.) FUST FED. 1106. 1340 N.f. 2nd AVE. investment Securities PHONE 89-8692 NOTICe BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 17105S MlltlKI. K COOPER. Plaintiff ROBERT i:. 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Andron. owner of the Loon Lake Hotel in %  a! ware in Sea -\EL ABESOS MRS E ANKER 3i- V =_=-:-:= the Adirondacks and Miami Beach resident, is linked with two tercentenaries In 1949. he received the Historic Arts Award for his work. Author of Liberty a film biography of John Milton, the English poet, on the occasion of the tercentenary of lfiKon'9 historic "Tenure of Kings and Magistrates" which was written in 1649. Now in 1954. a preview program committee ha* scheduled a series of musical productions and Loon Lake Hotel during the period of July 4-20 as a salute to | UM American Jewish Tercentenan An Independence Day Salute inaugurated the Tercentenan celebration which will, among other events, preview enactment* of fa• incidents in American Jewish history portrayed by prominent he theatre V Bins such .iA• ind "Liberty in a Feather Bed'" will express the themut. the Tercentenary eel Three Hundred Years in Tune, a Broadway musical salute to the lean Jewish Toreenti created and produced by Maurice Levine. current %  mriral director "I the Broadway >ucce-~ "Kimet." will also be presented This >p>. cial musical production will be sb n preliminary to a planned national tour to be held under the .,--p;i.e> of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee which will formally launch its program observing the 300th anniversary of the first Jewish settlement in America in the fall. N.l.i. 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Wit. JtnfY 23. 1954 +J**istifk>rkMairi PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IITICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that mlM IK n< 'I, desiring to engage In %  naa under the fictitious name of [VIL ORNAMENTAL IRON IRKB, t 2139 N.W. Miami Court. Ind to register said name with the j-k of the Circuit Court of Dade Intv. Florida. WIIJ.IAM SHIKF I.ICON SHIKE, Owner* fcononi: NELSON prney (or Applicants 8-73-34) NOTICE BV PUBLICATION [THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF )RIOA IN AND FOR DADE JNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 1706*1 IATFORD A. BARNES Ml' DAVIIi Plaintiff, LEGAL NOTICI -'YuoiiARDBON MC DAVID. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE NET) RICHARDBON MC DAVID 1I0J E. J-'lh Street New York City, N.Y. u are hereby notified that a Hill ;nii>plalnt for Divorce has lietn against yon, and you are reo,uirio nerve a ropy of >our Anaer or ndliiK t<> < %  '• KU1 of Complaint on plaintiffs Attorney. CHARLES UCH, IMC 6*0 I'ont HulldliiK. Miami. rieV and file the original Answer lending in the office of tinClerk Ehe circuit Court on or before the day of August. 184. If you fall so. judgment by default will be against you for the relief deHied in the Bill of Complaint. Is notice shall be published once week for four consecutive weeks THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I iNK AND ORDERED at Miami, rnla. tlila 2nd day of July. A.D. E. R I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit court, Dade County. Florida By WM. W. BTOCKINQ, iiH Court Seal) l>eputy Clerk RLE8 J. RICH rney rojf I'lalntlff du I'ont Building. Miami. Florida M-M ll< NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUOOES' COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. )RIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33094-A ESTATE >E k.MEB CEZANNE KKI.SKY. Decojased I.MI Creditors and All I'ersons HavTClaims Of Demands Against Said i iinl each of you. are Inr. l>> i .1 and required to I "Mil any and demands whieh > %  ill you, may have against the ,.l JAMES CEZANNE KKI.SKY. -ed late of W .men County, New to the Honorable County nf Hole County, and file the in their offices In the County it house in Daile County, Kim Ida, right calendar months from I (I it.' of the first publication hereSaid claims or demands to conthe legal address of Die I'laimant :., be sworn to and presented as eald, or same will lie haired. i'e June fth. A D. 1W*. UAIilA.ll. KKI.S-KY. As Ancillary Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JAMKS CEZANNE KKI.SKY. Decessed. MEL doi.nsTElN |.ine> for Maria B. Kelse>. lAnolUnm Executrix 116-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business tinder the fictitious names of FARR TOl'RH and PARR TolRS ft TRAVEL SERVICE. nl JJU colUim Ave.. Miami Beaeh, tin., and R63K CoJllns Ave., Miami Beach, Ma.. to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. v.. M S U JJ' I( i2R1"ORAT10N, Owners sill. ION A FR1EDMAN Attorney for Applicant Be/bold Uldg. 7/i--i-i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LEGAL NOTICI FLORIDA COUNTY. MARY K. vs. ARTHUR IN ANO FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, No. 1706*3 Hi'HI'l.TZ, Plaintiff. JOSEPH Si'HII.TZ. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARTHUR Josi'.l'H HCHULTZ IS46 Math, ws Avenue Bronx, fit*York You are hereby notilled that a Hill of Complaint for IMvnrce has been filed against you, and yoji are re'tuired to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorn, v. HENRY M. CAIN, and die the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the-, clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day of August. I'd If vou fall to do so, judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill ol Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI/DRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tola 7th day of July. A.D. ItH E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dad,County. Florida By M. C. QRKKN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for I'lalntlff Mil West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla. 7/9-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170S00 WILLIAM T. tiflEEN, Plaintiff. IN HA UHEEN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< I I.NDA UltKKN 4102 Walnut Street. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania You, INI >.\ UREEN, aie hereby notified that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to (he Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. MANFoRD M. SWEKDI.IN, Attorney at Us, Suite .'.47. Sev hold Building, Miami, I>ade County, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Jnd day of August. 195*. If you fall to do so. lodgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complain}, This notice shall he published once each week foi four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH H-ORIIHAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of June, A.D. 1*34. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. nerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Klorlda. By WM. W. STOCK I NO (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk KANFi>RI> M. SWERDLlN Attorney for Plaintiff 547 Ke.vlK>|d Building. Miami. Florida 7/2-9-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE |N COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Ne. 3067SB ESTATE OF I'.KNE HNE. Deceased riCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE •TICE is hereby given that I have ni) final report and petition for I Discharge aa Ancillary Exeeuof the estate, of EUGENE FINE. used; and that on the 10th day of i>t. is:,!, will apply to the HonorCounty Judges of Dude County, hda, for approval of said final reand for final discharge as Anry Executrix of the estate ol c line, deceased. his .ml day of July, 19r>4. JEAN FINE .TON A. I'KIEJVMAN nej tor Ancillary Executrix I l • — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' tli.it the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of II B II Co., st Ml S W. 22nd St., Miami. Fla., Intend to i >• %  % %  I name ith the Clerk of the Circuit of Dade County. Florida. MAX HAMBl'ROER LA PR \ II \ Ml:TRUER ROBERT SHELDON HAMBL'ROER SIDNEY EFRON80.N Attorne) for Applicants TM Blacayna nidg. 7/l-23-SO — 8/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DOC'S BAR, at 761 N.W, 62nd Btreet, Miami, Dade County. Ha., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TED PAWLAK MARJOR1E M. PAWLAK HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2518 W Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 7/2-9-16-M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171008 KH1RLEY K. tiOl.HIN. Plaintiff vs. IRV1NO col.HIN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IRVING UOLDIN <•-<. I"at Ooldln 607 N. Spa Hiding ls Angeles 36. Calif. You aie hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against vou, and you are required to serve %  ooKyof your An**.i or %  'leading to the Bill of Complaint ,,n .intlff's Attorney. ALFRED P NKSBITT. 6749 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, and file ehe original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 2?th for Applicants Flagler Hi. 16-2J-80 |NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'TICK is HEREBY (1IVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In Iness under the flctllloiis name of Nl'Y K .II'VENILE FI'RNITI ItK 1560 Washington Ave. Miami eh. intends to register said name the Cletk of the Circuit Court of %  c,„i n iy. Florida EI.SA SoRlN. Owner PK'K. SHAPIRO ar TRIED prneys for Applicant Lincoln IU. 16-23-30 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No 3322S-AI In Re: ESTATE OK K.MII. 7. COHEN, a/k/a EM1L Zol.A COHEN. a'k/a EMIL COHEN. Deceased To All fYedltoni and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Vou, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou. may have against the estate of EMU. /. COHEN, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July 12. A.D. 1954. HILDA COHEN. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of EMIL Z. COHEN. Deceased. MA1.V1N KNHI.ANDKR Attnrnev for Executrix 7/16-23-30 — 8/6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 170843 ROBE LILLIAN MEYER, a.k.a. ROSE MEYER. Plaintiff. ABRAHAM NATHANIELJfKTER, a.k.a. ABRAHAM N. MEYER. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ABIt All AM NATHANIEL 51 EVER, a.k.a. ABRAHAM N. MEYER. 39 Falrmotint Street Norwich. Connecticut _,,__,_ YOU AlfK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint For Divorce and For Other Relief haa been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copv of >our Answer to the Bill of Cinplaml f.a Divorce ad hor other Relief on the Plnlntlfrs Attorneys. (IENKT (SKNKT. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer in ih office of the Clerk of the Circuit i our. on or before the 17th day of August Ittt, or a Decree Pro. Confesao will be entered against you DATED at .Miami Beach, Florida. this >'ds^or.,,,,v. v : .j4 Ki!MAN Clerk. Circuit Court D> It. II. RICE. JR. (Sesll Deputy 7/16-23-30 — •/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "TKE IS HEREBY OIVB.N that iiiderslgned. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of IT EL PRODICTIONS. at 413 East ado Drive, Miami Beach. Florida. ids to register said name wfth the Ik of the circuit Court of Dalle gity. Florida IICIIARD J. STERN, Sole Owner 116-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW DTK E IK HEREBY OIVEN that inderslgned, ikeslrlaa to engage In £*"HP>sr the fictitious name of ARD-H. t 9 W. Flagler Street. Florida, Intends to register name with the (Vk of the Clr<0, r of Ds3le Wunty. Florida. Blue" M-M-SO *• J^Honer !" ^' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 170457 KSTKI.I.A DENKARD, Plaintiff vs. JOE C. DENNARI), Defendant NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TO: JOE C. DENNARI), 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 cony of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, 823 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark of too Circuit Court oo or befora the 2nd day of August, 1954. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2Mh day of June. 1954. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By M C. OREEN. 'Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida 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 ABLE BUILDERS' RENTAL E4JIIP5IENT. at 5410 N.W. J4th Avenue. Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of l>ade County. Florida. JOSEPH RABIN ALBERT KREEDMAN %¡ OLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN If Beacon Boulevard, Miami, Fla. Attomoyi for Registrants 7/23-30 — 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KI.NITA FASHIONS, at T\:, tf.tr, CStk stre.t, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida TAl'BES, INC. KoVNER • MANNHEIMER Axtorneyg for Taubes, Inc. • — X/6-1S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERYNo. 17^544 THOMAS UATTO, Plaintiff, vo. ALICE OATTO, Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ALICE OATTO 3768 97th Street Jackson Heights, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOT1F that BUI of Complaint for Divorue lias been filed against you and you liei.bi i. quired to serve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of Compl attorney. HAROLD n Road. Ml Beach, Florida, and file the oiig I Answer on the office of the Clerl of the Circuit Court, Dade County. F %  Ida, on or before the 30th day of July. 1954. otherwise said Bill of Comp will he taken as confessed by yoi DATED this 24th day ol June, .1. i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clark of Circuit Com i By: R. H. RICE, JR Deputy Clerk 7/2-9-16-23 on plaintiff's at tor ROSEN, U5 I.ln.olr NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engai; business under the fictitious nsm DAVID ELECTRIC, at S N W St.. .Miami. Intends to register • I name with the Clerk of the Cll Court of Dade Count > Florida DAVID J ZA NO WILL 7/2V3/> — '*-1 nuhbs unucs ra,inivU3 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name of PRUDENTIAL Mo It TO AGE REALTY INVESTMENT CO.. at 4* M K 1st Ave.. Intendg to regi said name with the Clerk of the I cult Court of Dade County, Floi DAVID FRIEDMAN 7/23-10 — 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL. HARDWARE ; PAINT CO., at 1815-15 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Mi ami Shores. Fla.. Intends to said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JERoME s BLONDER MILTON FRIEDMAN Attornoy for Applicant Seibold Bldg. 7/23-30 — 8/6-13 Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FtOR'OA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170768 1MJNALD E. WH.SON. Plaintiff. IJLI.IAN B, WII^N. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LILLIAN II WILSON. Nipper sink Manor II.BM City. Wisconsin. TOU *AVE ftEREBT NOTIFIEr) that a Complaint for Divorce, has Soon filed against you. and you are BeTMJ required to serve a copy of y<>ur Answer to the Comntalnt on the Plaintiffs attorney. MilLT<> N H. 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FMDAY. IDLY 23 PAGE I ScfaoenfcUi Feted At Reception Hew XT and Mrs. fcilf •206 La Geree •mhHU at a ^JJi" f Hr mk Mrv SeboeaaekL at the Saw*? Helef jwJy 17 Some 1 %  *•** ed. Mn SrhaeaieM the Elaabeth *ta 7* t w ? L feU the soa •* Mr %  tvm TW en*?* are the Inirersaty af C *r< Miss Stein Plans June, 1955 Wedding Mr and Mrs Loots Stein, erf MM North Meridian are. Miami their daagbter. Cynarato Riebd S Pollack The bnde-elect graduated from SIMM Beach Hick School aad is w in her tenior rear at the L'ni%  rvt) 'I Floridawhere she is -ijonr.g in education. Mist Stein u a Member of Alpha : aabda Deha. freshman honorary caety and also beioags to the Shiers Reveal Jo Ann's Betrothal Mr and Mrs Henry Shier, of 1236 SW 2lst ter.. Miami, miwwa a re the eatacemeat of their daughter Jo Ann Sooia. to Alfred A. Lone Cotambus Ohm. The hnde eteet received as an encacement gift, a diamond nng which has been in her nance's family for many years Jo Ana is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and the University of Miami She has been teaching in Dade County for the pant two years, where she is con I -ture Teachers of America. netted with the Special Education The too of Mrs Fa> Pollack. Department She is an active mem-' 29M SW 10th st. Miami, the fu-' ber of Junior Hadassah. groom a tten d ed Irchnical j(r Long was graduated from' Evergreen High School. Evergreen. Ala. and attended Alabama technic Institution He served ..verse*, with the armed forethree years He is now in business in Cotambus The wedding will take place October 24 1 7 Miss Schwartz and Sir. Kupsind Wed Miaauan Bertram T. Kupsmel r trice Schu.,ru in New York City on July 3. The bode the daughter of Dr and Mrs. Moms Schwartz, of that city Mr Kopsmet I parents are the Adotpk KnpsneU. of wSl NE 51st H:gh School and griitnlrd from •-e University of Florida reeerr.-g the Bachelors degree m Archinre. H,^i member of Gargoyle, honary architectural fraternity. Pi i ; mbda Phi social fraternity and .now associated with the office '. M. Tony Sherman ban The couple plan a June 1&55 -elding fallowing Miss Stein's aduation Mrs. Imftm California hack tember The recent bride selected : Btimoo pink lace ballerina-length fown HK ber reception ma' shoe: and white orchid wnstlet corsage The bride's attendants were Mrv Leonard Schwartz and Miss Sefcaartt Bridesmaids included the fcfieaei Manlyn Schwartz. RtU Kane Rhoda Kane and Joyce I Kane MiaHi Betty Weelf and SuI saa Kane were flower girls Cpi Roy Kupsmel. Ft Kn-.x. Ky was hot man. for hi> brother. L'shers included Dr. Irving Sch, aartz. Leonard Schwartz, Joshua m Sep-' tokaUm and Jaslia Wialhrop Ml Sandier, Gold Bad After HoneyiiHMin | Stanley Melvin Gold has h bride home to 1760 SW i ave following a wedding trial I New York. She Li the former < Jean Sandier, daughter of Mr. i \ Mrs. Fred A. Sandier 1758 SWl ist. Mr. Gold's parents are Mr I Mrs. Mannce Gold, of Br y^> • The wedding and receptioal place on Jane 27 in the Community Center of Bavotmt,) The bride's stater. Mrs Rahftj tei. was matron of honor maids were Mrs. Norman Britf other sister. Arlene Gold i Elaine Sandier. Ann Sandier 1 junior bridesmaid Miss Ruth Brotman Miami I soprano, acted as soloist Leonard Gold, of Brockton best man for bis brother included Ralph Fistel. Gold and Fred Hirsrhhorn Edward Fletcher the I —I %  III III %  %  %  —M II M I" !' A graduate of Hunter College. new.ywed Mrs Knpsmel is a teach wm *P*w. ring er u the New Y..-rk City public fiMJCC Council Gives Tea in Gables Sunday 2 p m at the home of Aaa BarfctZ, 3710 Monserrate. C .ra! Gables, members of Omega • P Council sponsored by the !Cato Miami Jewish Community Latter gave a tea for the 'ficers of Phi Sigma Tau. Phi I etta Tau Alpha Omega %  A Tn Beta aLso GMJCC councils Purpose of the tea was to promote c ekrer relationship between them Newly installed officers a] C-rvega Delta Psi and hostesses for • t<- ware Broaa Oahea anal vice president: • lirah Shop, vice president. Nancy 1 ebenthal and Lillian Rubin cor •-.ponding secretaries. Bunm Rov '.ng secretary Sharree Zack. trea.-urer. Wanda Steiabefg. assistant treasurer; Arleaa Stiener. Sargent at armFran Jacobsons to Leave U>v Germany Lila Lee Deehl became the bnde of Stanley Zygmund Jacobson in a ceremony on July 21 Rabbi Moms Skop officiated at the Coral Gables Jewish CM The bride is the daughter of Mr Mrs Edward MomDeehl. 8001 North Bay shore dr Mr Jacobson'pareati are the Arthur Jacobsons. of Winter Baren. Fla. Maid of honor was Miss Mary Jo Rader Charlfs Jacobson acted as bet man for his brother Newlywed Mrs. Jacobvir KV tended Miami Edison High School. where she belonged to the H.r.vr Society Hhe ia 1953 graduate of the University of Florida and majored in interior design At the U of F she belonged to G arg oy l e, honorary architectural society Mr Jacobson attended adkoat] in Winterhaven. where he belonged to the Honor Society and Stu Finkle, Lieblin Her husband u a graduate of | J m Jh Ke\*eale( Brown Lnaersity served in World War U as an Army captain and is now enrolled at Columbia L'nirersrti School of Law Mr. and Mrs. Paul P I St. Louis, announce the ment of their daughter. JudiflJ to Martin E. Liebling. of Miss Finkle attended Wa Yelen Named Lhstnct t on lniv ersity at St Louis.i Kniqhts oi Pythias Deputy sh became a member of Delta Tau sorority Attorney Irving kewrn. president of ihnd Monroe countiGlen E. Hooker. Florida grand chancellor will visit local Pvth iaai on July 28 Among matters he **** Pl "d social fraternity i| will di-cu-here are the organiza-' Epsi'on Pbi. twn highway safety campaign and its child welfare work Mr Liebling is the son fl Clara Liebling. 1236 SW 22a*f Miami. He is a graduate dj I 'mversify t Miami and is I senior at the Washington sity Schiwl of Medicine His medical fraternity u „ — ..... „ v ulr ,, on .,, jcnin) jin-j 3iu %  -. f. i. Brenaer. pledge mistress: Marilyn dent Council He was ejaj a student ^^ *' r T ""i-torian parliamentarian; at the University of Texajoining | Alpha Epsilon Pi. and the L'niveri sity of Florida He n currently a corporal with the L'. S Army -ta tioned in Bam berg GermanyBraver to be Honored Sam Braver will be Jsuaored when Norman Bruar Brown JLuxil lary No 174. Jewish War Veterans. holds its monthly meeting on Wednesday. July 28 8 p.m. at the Re publican Club. 1M7 West Flagler i baum. Mrs. Aaron Nt-wra \ card party will follow at Mrs. J H Witt are in c Fran,. 1700 SW 1st st. | arrangements Moonlight Cruise Slo Highlighting summer of the Henl Group ot H will be a moonlight crui>e oil urday. July 24. at 8 p.m ThTJ gram will include dancing iie*hments aboard the Scv*H Yacht, leaving from Pier ij Yacht Basin. Mrs. Morris -.d Barbara Kammerman. chapWomen's Gym Resumes Women \ gymnasium activities a| the Greater Miami Jewish Com• unity Center. Town Branch, re• xmts tin Monday evening. July : %  >. 8:30 pm Class and calisthens. net activity and health club ill continue each Monday eveI ng beginning at 8:30 p.m it is A dinner followed the ceremony at the Jamaica Inn on Key Biscayne Out-of-town guests included Dr and Mrs. Seymour Deehl. the, bride's brother, of Elizabeth. N J and Mr. and Mrs Philip Rosenberg,) the groom's sister, of Winterhaven. [ After a trip through Florida, the couple will leave New York on Au-' 7Et*21£t22Z H* SB.a. aS lairman. in Bam berg Card Party Scheduled Wom Slate Party B'r.ai B nth Women. North \ • tore Chapter, win hold a card ; arty on Sunday. July 25. at 8 p m in the Biltmore Plaza Hotel. ( r> Sam Bryman and Mrs. Sol Lerine are co-chairmen. Dora Stein Sisterhood ->f the Israelite Center will hold a card party at the Center on Saturday evening. July 24. 15 Meltzer Installed ii Weenie Roast Scheduled N w nobl Rrand of Moun s,nai T !" I -i i v Lodge 10. Independent Order of Temple Israel Young Adults will odd Fellows is Boris Meltzer 1835 P.!! IVedneXV 1 ?"*?? SW Ist AU re ntl > EwEd '" 8 \ m fh. T e 1 ven,ng J ul >' by Irv Levin, district deputy grand i • ifil: J I emple a< T rd,n i master, was Bob McClosky lodge! 1 Robert Kuperberg. president I vice grand. I Staff conaultanbj and diacusaion leacW. o.,. J am, area participants (shown abovinSludea Terry King, acirnizustrative aecratorv iv,j r Edward T. Graham. Mt. ZioTSrS'rh f School laach, and chaiTn^ 2^ th* Teachers Watkahop in Human R** CoJitge. St Augustine. Tha worksi ~ Anti-Defamation Laagua of B'nai B': Giibwrt J. Bedkin. Florida ADL duector; unty Council on Community Rakdioos nd Edward Van Clawi. Shanandoo* Jvnicf] nty Intergroup Education



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ifewiytUEIIiDinidliiGun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH" WEEKLY )LUME 28—Number 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 23. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENI a lusiness as Usual — Bombardment Seen from Rooftops Jerusalem's Residents Show Pluck Under A rab Siege By NURA LASKY JTA JERUSALEM — One doesn't |now what made the Arab Lelionnaires, tucked safely behind heir strategic Old City walls, .in amok the last day of June id the first two of July and lump Israel's Jerusalem full of *ad. Maybe they just wanted to |nd out how the Jews would ike it. If so, they certainly did tnd out, for they learned the btperience that backfires hurts, the Jews didn't run; but they lid. To veteran Jerusalemites, it kis a reminder of the big siege |ver six years ago, and they said: Then things were grimmer, remember? We aren't isolated now." The inhabitants who came to Israel afterwards — and they make up about half of the capital's population — didn't panic, since they weren't left alone. As soon as the first rounds of machinegtin fire "were hurled into the densely populated frontier districts, well tried members of the Civil Defense, the police, first aid and Individual civilians rushed to their aid and told the people to remain calm. They led them to safe spots in side streets or under staircases. Not even the inhabitants of the two big ma'barot just a few dozen yards from the southern borders and indeed vulnerable, ran away. // ,.^ : :> lajor General Moehe Dayan, Israel Army Chief of Staff, [rives at Idlewild in New York City. Greeting him are (left right) Col. Vivian Herzog. military attache to the Israel ibassy in Washington; CoL D. H. Smith, U.S. Army, repreInting the First Army; and Mordecai Kidron. deputy repreIntative of the Israel delegation at the United Nations. Genial Dayan will stay in the United State* for one month. Biting American military instal'atloris rabs Had it Better General Dayan to Visit U.S. Military Areas WASHINGTON — Major keral Moshe Dayan, Chief of •f of the Israel Army, who is on a visit to this country, paid [official visit to. the Pentagon fn he was received by Gen. MatB. Ridgway. Chief of Staff of [U.S. Army, and was a guest at a cheon tendered by Gen. Charles Mote, Vice Chief of Staff. en. Dayan accompanied by Abgency Gets (pedal Status ERUSALEM (JTA>—The Israel linet met Monday to approve a Tial status for the Jewish Agenpd its operations in Israel. The fils of the agreement between Jewish Agency and the Israel lernme.nt were approved here |he plenary session of the Agen| executive which is now meetI here. coordinating board, composed Jour government members and members of the Jewish AgenContinutd en Page 13 bassador Abba Eban and Israel Minister Plenipotentiary Reuven Shiloah. also visited the State Department and met with Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byrbade for 00 minutes. Asked later by reporters whether he was in Washington as an official guest of the United' States Government, Gen. Dayan said in effect that, while the U.S. Government did not take the initiative in inviting him to America, It did grant his request to visit certain military installations. He said be had asked permission to come and see these installations snd Army schools, and that everything he asked in that connection was granted. Asked if he was satisfied with the reception he received in Washington, the General replied: "Very much so." (From Jerusalem it was reported today that the Israel Government informed Gen. Dayan as well as the U.S. Government that the Israel Chief of Staff will, during his stay in the United States, pay for all.his expenses, including for the rooms at the military installations Continued en Page II The center of the city that first night of the Arab orgy was about the same as usual: movie houses didn't interrupt their showings, cafes remained open, buses plied as always. Only ambulances, their sirens howling at high pitch, and trucks full of border police, dashed to the danger spots. That seemed the only difference, apart, of course, from the noise of the bullets. We had learned during the siege that the more life remains normal, the better for moraie, and the less casualties. Once more we stood in streets, on rooftops and balconies, listening to the bullets swishing past and the dull thuds of mortars, and mumbled, "theirs theirs where are ours?" We know the difference so well. And then, with a sigh of relief, "Good ours." But that was some time later. Nothing like this had happened in the past six years, and some wondered whether the long threatened Arab "second round" had started. As "then (during the big siege) so now did people sit together and tell of their miraculous escapes or how they had helped others escape the bullets. "If I hadn't met a friend on the staircase and greeted him, a sniper would have gotten me," said a senior Government official. A few seconds before he left his office near the King David H>tel, a bullet hit a shop window in the block. The King David came under bad fire jnd among the damage was the big central lounge window. The British and French Ambassadors and the U.S. Charge d'Affaires had a good look at it as they came to Jerusalem to view the situation from close range. As the shooting began in Jerusalem, Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan was having dinner with the military attache of one of the We-tern Embassies in Tel Aviv. His unbelieving and troubled expression as he was called to the phone Continued en Page 5 Israel Will Present View To UN on Holy City 'War;' Memorandum Hits Bennike JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Israel Government will, within a few days, present a memorandum to the United Nations Security Council outlining the developments of the three-day "small war" which took place in Jerusalem early this month, when Jordanians shelled the Jewish part of the city from their position on the walls of the Old City. In an announcement here this week, the Israel Government said that Ambassador Abba Eban, head of the Israel delegation at the United Nations, has been instructed to discuss the memorandum with the chairman of the Security Council and its members. The memorandum will also deal with the failure of the part of MajGen. Vagn Bennike, UN truce chief, to fix the responsibility for the Jerusalem shooting. Dr. Walter Eytan, director General of Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sunday received Gen. Bennike and made to him the following statements on behalf of the Israel Government: "Not only the Government of Israel, but all those anxious to see peace prevail in this area, and particularly in this ciry, must feel profoundly disturbed by the inability of the UN machinery to fix responsibility for the wanton violation of peace in Jerusalem. "The fact that a painstaking investigation carried out by UN observers failed to lead to eventual i demning Egypt for attacking an identification and censure of the Israeli patrol on July in the Gaza guilty party is liable to undermine the moral authority of the UN and serve as encouragement for further violence. This is the second time within the last four months that a major outrage committed against Israel is not brought home to its perpetrators who thus escape international condemnation and must feel that their evil deeds can be repeated with impunity." Meanwhile, the Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission this week-end adopted a resolution conarea. At the same time, the Commission also censured Israel for crossing into Egyptian held territory in the Gaza sector of the border and attacking there the Egyptian frontier post. An Israeli soldier kidnapped by Egyptian forces near Kissufim, in the Gaza strip demilitarized zone. last March, was returned to the Israeli authorities this week-end. His release had been ordered months ago by the Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission. Hanson Baldwin Warns British Suez Exodus May Heighten Tension NEW YORK (JTA)—Impending at Suez, undeterred by the moderBritish withdrawal from the Suez Canalwill not only create another vacuum in the Middle East, already distinguished for its lack of power, but may breed even more hostile action against Israel by Arab countries, Hanson W. Baldwin, military expert of the New York Times, warns today in an article analyzing the projected British evacuation of its Suez military bases. "With Egyptians in sole control Republican Leader Langer Criticizes Foreign Spending WASHINGTON (JTA)—The Republican Administration's policy of supporting Arab dictators was criticized here this week in a statement on the U.S. Foreign Aid Program issued by Senator William Langer. chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, who is himof the American President, Dwight Eisenhower. Has not the world seen the pictures, of this smalltime dictator brandishing this absurd weapon?" Pointing out that Egypt did not lift a hand in its defense when Rommel threw his legions at Cairo self an outstanding Republican and Alexandria and that Egypt leader. Declaring that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles "woos dictators," Sen. Langer said: "Consider .the wholly ill-advised jaunt of Secj retary Dulles, symbolized by his was thrown back on its heels by the untrained regiments of poorly armed little Israel during the latter war for independence," Senator Langer asked: "can anyone find in these ill-considered childpresentation of a nickel-plated re-, jk(> Bclions any justtficatIon for volver to the Egyptian strongj faith in Mr. Dulles arid in the fuman, General Naguib, in the name I ture?" ating presence of British troops, the Israel-Arab friction, already at fever point, may even burst the bounds of the past." Mr. Baldwin writes. "The thin red line of Empire may have outlived its day. but it will not be replaced in Suez without a long period of Middle Eastern instability and convulsions." he points out. (In London, Major Amin Shaker, top aide to the Egyptian Premier, Col. Nasser, this week attempted to minimize the fear expressed in some British circles that the Egyptian Government would interfere with international traffic through the Suez Canal in the event that she gets full sovereignty over the area. Such fear is "unfounded." Shaker said in a statement to the press.) At its meeting Monday, the Israel Cabinet discussed a threat voiced by some Egyptian officials who said that the anticipated withdrawal of the British troops from the Suez area will enable Egypt to resume war against Israel without fear of British military intervention. Anticipated American aid to Egypt, which will disturb the existing balance of power in the Middle East, was also discussed at the Cabinet meeting. The dtSCOesion centered around reports that Continued *n Pave 10



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f. JUL Y 23. 1954 -Jurist rkrkMcui PAGE 7 te Life of Theodor Herzl: His Personal Triumph and Tragedy By JOSEF NIDAVA AJP r* N'VTK: Jewish organ*' ataeiiig .15 Thgpdor Ktonixm, with •• ,,f ornw fblni i-unmMnsced T J i H ilt' ttenrt Committee jrwlsh Agency and the AmerlJoidst Council have scheduled ml-marlal meetings during tini of November and December, [id January. lS5. Following la -I installment of a aeries ot .t-al|ng with nome of tbe .ntimnte phases of Herat's Mfe. utiior recently shared top honlh Juipt f" 1 anvided by fne authorities occasion. They aroused unpleasant memories on aclof their Nazi-like uniforms. a depressing scene. j perhaps we should have reAfter all. we were witneshirealization of a dear and dream, the fulfillment of wish of the leader. Even I had been barred from enterPromised Land, not only his life, but also after his for "no man knoweth of tpulchre* unto this day" — lose credulous enough to pcted to "the very spot" at Nebo by a Bedouin guide, respect Providence had faHerzl more than the first (liberator. Kling betore the open grave Herzls I was struck by the of this family's tragedy. was not a single direct ptlrnt of the Zionist leader. id around me to find even nt cousin through marriage, LEGAL IfOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Or. Tatasto Narif ..."HI fanjtt That, 0 Jtrtiialtia" secretary, who is now living in Tel i liceman and the American soldier Aviv. At the age of 81, Dr. Schalit is one of the last remaining delegates to the First Zionist Congress. We drank coffee at the very same cafe which Herzl used to frequent in his youth. But, of course, this was not the Vienna of the last decade of the ninettenth century. Strauss waltzes were out of place now and had given way to the melancholy tunes of Karas' zither. All around us were the ruins of the Second World War. The gay city of bygone days had become a piild discover none.* As in a tragedy, the extinction of wrinkled and bitter^maid. tmse had been complete. pie evening of that day I Uidor Schalit, Herzls first in the jeep which patrolled the streets of Vienna seemed to us nothing but shadows; but Herzl and his associates seemed very real. Dr. Schalit told me about Herri's funeral on July 4, 1904. It was a very hot day, yet thousands of people, Jews and non-Jews alike, paid their last tribute to the Zionist leader. Herzl had requested a "proletarian" funeral and forbade his friends and followers to eulogize him or to strew flowers upon his coffin. Hundreds crowded round the grave, mostly family reHowever, neither Dr. Schalit nor lations and intimate friends. His I paid much attention to the present that evening. The Soviet po|na Steiner to Play Mendelssohn icerto; Solomon Guest Conductor p.i Steiner will be soloist with Diversity of Miami Summer ny Orchestra on Sunday July 23, 8:30 p.m., at the Beach Auditorium. The oncert in the series will be fcted by guest artist Izler in, who makes his second ance here in as many weeks. Steiner will perform the Concerto for Violin in E minor, op. 64, by Felix Mendelssohn. The three movements are marked Allegro molto appassionato, Andante and Allegro molto vivace. Mr. Salomon will conduct, the orchestra in the overture to the opera "Oberon," by Carl Maria von Weber; Symphony No. 5V4, "A Symphony for Fun," by the American composer Don Gillls; Elegy, by Clarence Cameron White; and Capriccio Italien, by Peter I. Tschaikowsky. Miss Steiner, a pupil of Efrem mother stood erect and dignified without shedding a tear. Herzls wife, on the other hand, sobbed continuously. His children stood there too, bewildered. The eldest, Pauline, was 14. and her younger sister. Trade, eleven. The son, Hans, who only a few weeks before had celebrated his Bar Mitzvah, intoned the Kaddish. David Wolffsohn, Herzl's dearest friend and successor to the Presidency of the Zionist Organization, took the oath of loyalty, and asked Hans to repeat the words: "If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning ." Hans oath would echo in his ears till his last day on earth. Dr. Schalit told me. I had not seen Dr. Schalit more alert and vigorous than during the telling of his story. But his mood changed immediately when I venNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171090 ll>A GREENSPON. Plaintiff. SAMl'EL J. GREENSPON. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl): SAMUEL J. URKENHPON asau wm ChioaD *ve, I'••troll. Mil In*. en Vou notified that a Bill of OMnblairft *r PI vorce has been filed a*im'i>y oi >our AIMOri or Pleading to th,Mill ,,( Complaini on the plaintiff H Attorney, ROBERT M BADER. :'"il Went Maslrr Kt Miami. *""•-. and file tinoriiclnnl Answer or reading In the office of th.Clerk of the Circuit Court .HI ..I befor. the tied day of August, 1HH. If you fall to do an. Judgment by default will be taken anatnst you for the relief demanded In the Mill of Complaint Tola not lea shall Be published once eek fiw four consecutive weeks ill THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN. HONK AM' ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tin.Juth day of Julv, A.l> E I! LEATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, I'.nle County. Horlda By II. W PARTENH ELMER. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ROBERT M. BADER 2.1 s Wist Flagter Street. Miami. Ha. Attornc) foi I'lalntlff U v •,1.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrtna to engage In bu aliie .i under the fictitious name of LITTLE FOLKS BTI'DIO, ai Dade County, Kin. int.mis to leulster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court <•( I'ade County. Florida. AI.VIN CLICK 7/23-30 — N/8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMP I AW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, m-Miing to eu.age >n business under the fictitious name of CARS-A-POPPIN', at Miami Avenue at 71'th St.. Northeast. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of lha Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. BENJAMIN TOPOL JOHN TOPOL MILDRED OBTROW AARON If. KANNER Attorney for Qars-A-Paonln' 7/16-23-30 — 3/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the I'i. niious name of KEYS TAVERN, at S1U N W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend* to register anid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ANDREW HOI.LENBECK HENRY M. CAIN • Attorney for Applicant 2513 W. nagler St.. Miami. Pl. 7/23-30 — 8/3-13 / w,n the Young Peoples award r {^children hjd not been taj IS.57^ P h h ", harm niC ^ t^ of therJathe?. h HL 7.2 Philadelphia Orchestras. tense >s if hp memt to ^ The Naumburg foundation spon me for ing 0 uncov e r a hidden sored Miss Steiners highly suegecni ccssful New York debut recital in ^ fact js hat the Zionist leadOctober. 1953 Among her concert crgnip seems 0 have done its best engagements have ix-en her ap o ver the j^t 50 years to envelop pearances as soloist with the Philaj t|)e trage{ jy 0 f the Herri family in delphia Orchestra and the Nationfl vej j o{ m y S t er y Any mention al. Baltimore and Chicago Sym-.j ;ne human aspect of the Herzl phonies. — ———^ ————~~~~ At her last concert appearance! HoteL Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. story was considered taboo. Herzl was known to the world at large as the great Zionist leader, and as a noted feuilletonist and playwright. But nobody seemed to know much about Herzl the husband and the father. Even his most intimate friends shunned discussion of his private life. Until a few years ago. there may have been some justification for maintaining this silence, out of consideration for members of Herzl's family. But today not a single member of that family is alive, and there is no question of hurting the feelings of tbe living. At the same lime, we do not wish to deal in journalistic sensationalism, especially where the memory of Herzl is concerned. We are interested in bringing to light facts without which a full understanding of this great historic figure and those closest to him would be impossible. Nor is Herzl unique in this respect. How, for instance, can Abraham Lincoln's public life be properly evaluated without taking into consideration his almost constant feud with his wife, Mary? Or — can one understand Napoleon without referring to his relationship with Josephine? Even our Midrash contains reflections concerning the part played by Moses' wife in his efforts to bring about the great revolution of his day. The time has therefore come to faise the curtain somewhat on the story oi the House of Herzl. *M 0i... SHlmtf on June 27. The Statesman. Salem, Oregon, said "She captivated her listeners with her musical maturity." 9 The violinist and Mr. Solomon were honored Tuesday evening at Alex van Straaten, of 2009 Collins ave.. Miami Beach, Miss Steiner's uncle and aunt. Notables in music and news circles, as well as intimate friends, were present at a dinner party held in the Algiers, the function. Youth Program Features Mayor Shapiro as Guest Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro will be guest speaker on the "Youth Views" program over radio station WIOD on Saturday. Faris Cowart, moderator, will lead a discussion on the topic: "Do Youth Contribute to Civic Betterment." Panelists are Alberta Johnson, Dorsey High School; Bill Renuart, Miami Edison High School; Bob Daly, Miami Edison High School; and Joan Siegel, Miami Beach High School. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH( ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 17007 KIONIE OI.MIS. Plaintiff, vs. HARRY OOLOEN and EVELYN GOLDEN, huaband and wife, ROSA rVRJOHT, a single woman. NATALIE r*. EOHTER, a widow, and l.ollSE V. MCAL. a widow. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDINGS TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST INSTRUMENT To: HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN COI.DKN. hindkand and wife. ROSA UKII.III, Mingle woman, NATAI.II-: P. FOSTER, a widow, ami Lot ISI-: V. BCAL, a widow, and all other persons inti-realed. loo .re ..e.eby notified to appeal* before Judge Orady Crawford, of the gbova CoUTt, in hie Chambers at Hie hade county Court Houae, in Miami. Florida, al IO:0t) o'clock, A.M., on 10th day of September. IS'-t, and then and there show came why the inntruDQent hereinafter described should not be re-eatahllahed. The Petitioner, El'ONIE OLMIS, seeks to re-eslaU ., .1 .... ii .. %  oat.- in Lade County, Hurida. lo*wlt; The North urn t.-et oi i-ot and the Went l.i feet of the North 10ft Ivet of |>,t V lilock 1.' ol LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND %  .,<•!. \ w a at-ni IIVISN N cording to the Plat thereof, rei i i .h '.. 46 of the Public Record, ot 1 -.ide COIiaty, i inrliia, ...„.-,li, r with furniture and fixtures contained th.iein, as per inventory i • • -•• riven, which mortgage wan given to Recur*. the lost note nought to be re-establish. ...„. Mi 11 corned in Mortgage Hook UJTi at page U1 of the Public Records of Dade County. Horlda. •*••.,. •*-.ii.."i H' • %  •-. tially alleges that the original ot said note is not in me L'ubiu UJ o. im... i ...... mot saio note haa been lost or Inadvertently destroyed; that Hairy Colden ami Evelyn Colden. husband and wife. Rl Wright, a single woman. Natalie r". io... .. vwiiou. ami Louisa V. Seal, a widow, .re or have been owners of the real piopern ii. le-eslablisniiieiit of toe said note, ht the o.nv of the note souaht to 1... ,-n-e*ihllhed Is substantial and •zact copy of the original Inatrunu ...... r-H %  •oinla. tins l'.'lli day oi July. Ii4. K I! I.KATI1KKMAN. i lera ot tne < ircuii i ourt Bv W.M. W BTOCKINO, Daputj i T ?:i-sn — s/-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the'undersigned, desiring to engage in business lUluw the ... n.luUk MM*'..*? of HOLIDAY STUDIO, at Dad. County, rUI*N4> &f ,. „^i,.*^ r wn ia nam. with the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt of i ...e loumy, rlorlda. ALVIN CLICK i 7/IS-30 — 8/J-1J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i business undei the fictitious name of I A. B CANDY CO. iNiit Ini ). at I Dade Count\. Fla Intends to register name with the Clerk of the Circuit Com t of Dade County. Horlda. ALBERT T. BALIN 7/J-S-U-M AMENDED NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165339 lOH.N BEItEY, Plaintiff, AUGUSTA FRANCES BERET, l'. '. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TH AUGUSTA FRANCES BEREY RtMlda m i and Addi ess I'nkn i n You are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divor-e has been filed against you. and you are requii 1 ...t to serve a copy of Your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Com pi |on the plaintiffs Attorney. HENRY M CAIN, 1511 Wc-t FlaKler Street. Mi mil. Ha., and file the original Answer or Pleading In the of floe of the ii.ik of ••*• p''-n" r• on h.fore the 24th day of August. 1(34. It I • %  t will lie taken against you for the relief demanded in Hie Bill ol • omplalnt. •e*-l nnd shall he nuhllhed one. each week for four consecutive weeks o. .Hi. it." ISri Kl.oRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla lth day of July. A.D. K It 1.F.ATHKRMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. I>dc 1 omit' Horlda Rv It ML HAWKINS tClrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attornev for Plaintiff I5JS West Flagler Stieet. Miami. Fla. 7/21-10 — S/6-1J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171037 A I IK FHA/.IKIt. Plaintiff \ a EVA IK C/l KR, Defi ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Kva Fraaler West Halnltridge. Georgia V. U AUK HEREBY RBQVIRED tn serve a cop\ of v.mi answer i.. th. Bill of 'omplaint In the above cause for divorce, on the plaintiffs at' nevs, and file the original In lh office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on oi Itefnre the 22 day of Atsftiat, IW>4. otherwise said BUI of Conmlamt will be tak. iii'saed bv j Dated this Kith iiav of July, is .4. E B I.F.ATHKRM \N Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County. Iloi M By WM W STOCKING, Dannty clerk MYERS. HK.IMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff IM BeyboM iiuiiiiiiiK, Migrtu 12, Fla. 7/J3-JD — kVI-U 11>



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PAGE 12 Imlst fkr*&*r_ JHUDAY, IULY ;• %  GLOBAL SHORTS Danger of Near East Tension Emphasized at Senate Hearing WASHINGTON —Henry A Bvroadr, Assistant Secretary of State)**Nmr Eastern Affair-. told the Senate Foreign Relation Committee that Arab-Israel tension represents the greatest danger in the Near East because "the secur ity council of the United Nations, much as we deplore the fact, will be more and more ineffective on helping on this problem." This was revealed when the Senate committee published hearings on the Foreign Aid Bill for the new fi-cal year. Mr. Byroade said the one place in the Near East where he could not report progress was the Arab-Israel region. Report Draft of Arabs, Christians Into Israeli Services JERUSALEM (JTA) — Moslems and Christians living in Israel— comprising about 10 percent of the country's population — will be drafted into the armed services hereafter under the compulsory service law. That was indicated here when the Defense Ministry issmd orders that recruiting be begun in all Israeli communities which until now had not been required to furnish their military' service quotas. Under the new instructions, registrations for mili tary service and medical examinations are be carried through for all males born between 1937 and 1943 New U.S. Ambassador to Israel Sworn in by Dulles I WASHINGTON tJTA > — Edward B. Lawson. former U S Minister to 1 Iceland, was sworn in here a* new US Ambassador to Israel by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles who expressed confidence that Mr Lawson will successfully discharge his new duties Mr. Dulles emphasized that "a very special relationship" exists with KnMi and that "it is extremely important to main tain friendly understanding Ambassador Lawson replied that he appreciate.Mr. Dulles confidence. Victims of Nazi Persecution To Get Loans in Bavaria MUNICH (JTA)— Ba\aru hi sued implementation regulation1 governing the granting of loanU> those Nazi victims who, under the Federal Indemnification Law. are entitled to resume the occupations in which they were engaged to the onset of Nazi persecution The regulations, which do not differ greatly from those introduced many years ago by the late Dr. Philip Auerbach. make it possible for Jews who formerly lived in Germany as self-employed bu, men or professional people, and who have now resettled there, to apply for loan.up to S7.000—and in exceptional cases up to $12.000— provided they have no funds themselves and cannot obtain any else where. Israel Becomes Member of International Monetary Fund WASHINGTON JJA K ,s !" e has formally become a member ol the International Bank for Rccon %  traction and Development and of the International Monetary Fund. The articles uf agreement signed at a State Department cere mntiv hv brad Ambassador Abba Than in the pre-ence of officialof United Stateand Israel ernmentSamuel Waugh. A--itant Secretary of State for Economic Affair-, represented the United StateThe State Department acts arepositor) for the Bank and will keep the document %  d. Jewish Scholar Named President of University FRANKFURT JTA Pot the third time in succe-ion. Frankfurt University habestowed the • :fice at itdisposal, the rector-hip. upon a Jewish born ,r who returned to Ger after a scientific career interrupted b> the Nazi regime, but continued | in exile Elected by hifaculty colleagues to the rector-hip. or presidency, of the University for the forthcoming academic year M Dr Fritz Neumark. a professor of vieho Ii3-penalized in financial problems and belongto the Advisor) Councils of the Bonn | and of Finance Proceeds for Welfare \ card party is planned by Goodwill Group of Greater Miami on Tuesday. Jul> 27. 1 P-m at the Kmghti "f IMhias Trail Lodge. 243 SW 8th -t Chairman of the affair is MrBen Johnson Hos ,U be the Mesdaracs Jen„,. Wikhyi and Mildred Bobson Proceeds are for the welfare work „i the organisation, according to MrJack Shapiro, president a^"%a*t Organization and on that basis it will be able to send delegates to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress. Warsaw Ghetto Revolt to Remain Permanent Memorial NEW YORK JTA' — The War saw Ghetto revolt will remain a permanent national memorial day for Jews throughout the world, the World Jewish Congress announced here, emphasizing that Jewin 39 countries thiyear commemorated the Warsaw Jewi-h upagain-t the German Army during the Nazi occupation of Poland. A survey to determine hi m enduring is the memory of that heroic Jewish saga was under taken by the WJC under the direc tion of Dr Isaac Schwarzbart. head of its organization department Knesset Speaker Denies Contemplated Yiddish Law NEW YORK 'WNSi — Joseph Sprinzak. Speaker of the Kne-.-et in Israel, denied rumors of a re' port that bneJ'l supreme legi-lative body was considering a bill against Yiddish Mr Sprinzak clarified the issue in a cable to the I. L. Peretz Screiber Yerein. Yiddish Writers I'mon. which protested against the reported action. Sprinzak in the cable said he "re; gretted circulation of reports that Knesset is contemplating a law against Yiddish'' Parliament, he said, merely consented to debate "the problem of the uncontrolled growth of foreign newspapers and magazines, which creates a Babel of languages in the land "-"-*-'-*-"* t "-'-'-"r — -' %  *• • a ^ • • •*BBABB# •* %  • % %  • ^ %  anaa"* ^aansss* In Response to Public Demand In response to the many letters and calls our organizations have received since we started our program we are calling a Public Mass Meetin3 Tuesday, July 27th, 8 p.m. at the Beth El Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami Chicago Scientist Dr. Schein Discovers Atomic Particle SEATTLE iJTAi — Dr Marcel Schein. a cosmic ray scientist at the University of Chicago, last weekend announced the discovery of a new atomic particle with fantastic energy and the ability to turn matter into energy and then turn that energy into another tvpe of matter. Dr. Schein. who made hi discovery while working on a US. Naval research project, made his announcement to the American Physical Society here. Jewish Congress Proposes New System for Rights Poet GENEVA i JTA i — The World Jewish Congre— ha-uggested to the United Nations Economic and Social Council that it adopt a newapproach to the problem of guaranteeing human rights and freedoms by substituting ., individual international in>tru ments, each limited to the eodifieation of one or two -ptcific right.-, rather than one or two all-embracing documents Dr. (. M If.. .speaking for the WJC, said that, since an analwof UN member-' attitudes toward the draft cove Inaata on human rights indicated! that there was no hope for adop-il I tion of an all-embracing text by I an adequate number 01 power-. th' WJC felt that it must urge the %  substitution of limited covenants RG if-.: ... REVVE GOLDBERG Prendenf ID SniL EMES Sl-ll Release of Some Jewish Rumanian Leaders Noted LONDON (JTA)—The Board of Deputies of British Jews has noted with interest and -with a certain m^a-ure of relief" that the Rumanian Government had released a half-dozen Rumanian Jewish leaders previously arrested and convicted of having had contact with Jewish organizations abroad. The Board also stated that it would continue to "watch the situation in the hope and expectation that persons still imprisoned will be xeleased soon." American Company to Start Drilling for Oil in Negev NEW YORK (JTAV-Deep drilling for oil in the State of Israel will begin soon on acreage joint I v held between Pan Israel Oil Company. Inc.. and Mediterranean Petroleum Corporation in Israel, newly-formed corporations which were recently admitted to trading on the American Stock Exchange. I it was announced here at a news i conference. Both companies are I under the leadership of William F. Buckley, a veteran international oil executive A total of 500.000 shares of common stock recently' was placed on the American Stock Exchange by Pan Israel and Mediterranean Petroleum, which is! jointly holding a license covering' the Kurnub structure in the Negev i Desert. The Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha and the Chesed Shel Emes Sisterhood COMM^Y !" ?^ f ??<*<> *> that the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH SvJSiS^^ P-phWt. and nawapep\ ^^evTlaa^^r^ "^ *• auidanc the C-aier -~TS to Speak ^£ZSr*7Jr?+ BabbU C ^^n Pr-id— Jewish Und.rtak.rs. %